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l»roperry-Oir ‘•Xtuprore the Streets
l * lh ® Wc9t Bi *e
Fariu~iti e . fw Coasaltatlon Yes
terday Af ***
A meeting 0 S ° EB ovr7lhie property between
West fijrj ,rkB^and 6fiMrri avenue was
ieid ye6ter<r ternooa 111 the room s of the
X*ark Oomm^ n ' 0n Halsted street. A majority
Of the Bog l4 a nun iber of prominent oiti
zeiißof j2,^ stSlde were present at this meet
* I* 1 ?* the w as to consult in rela-
Con to of atreece.and sewers, grades,
viaduct 0 * eectlon in which they were
iaterer•
Ojj.clonofM, Bitt, Hon, S. B. Hayes took
the c ,r *
then stated the object of the meeting.
33} 0 qismiesionerB were anxious to do all they
Copntiut could not control the streets. They
speedy desired to get a good drive from the
city > each park. The Council and Board of
■Pub!o'W<i*s might be induced to do more than
theyhwt-' There was muou territory out there,
whim, Improved, could be greatly increased in
value 'No grade had yet been established, and
no sew 1 system agreed on, Grand avenue
been opened, and Lake street not
■wid€*fd.
M/. Bast asked if the Park Commissioners had
CDpeircd with the street railroads rclaure to ex
tiding their lines.
Mr.Oole had seen some who thought probably
Wadhon was the b«-st. elnoeit had n.»t been mao
adamized. They wanted a sewer put lu there,
but the Board of Public Works has no money,
and that put a damper on the whole thing.
Commissioners
wanted Pulton, Washington and Adams streets
widened to a hundred fert, and Grand avenue
opened. There were now received $300,000 from
tUe new territory, and notszo.cot had been snent
on it. It was due to it. The Commissioners had
®oamy means, ana wanted the people to help
hlr. Lombard coincided with Mr. Cole’s remark
as to the slight amount of money spent In the
fitreet wua in a worse oou
uitlon than if it had been open prairie. There
was not a road leaning from Chicago with more
teaming unit. Grand avenue wae also in a tor-
E° Ul « 0lt y iiodts. It was a shame
ttat $2,0c0 could not be st>ent on those two roads.
That at leaet they might fuice the city to do.
It was feuggeaied thatlt would be better to have
Waetirgtc-n erreet fixed up.
!t was further suggested by Mr. Crafts, that
nlaoison street be made a boulevard. The author
ities cf Cicero were willing to make it one to the
■Ssckif* 1168 ' leaving the centre lor railroad
Mr. Hayes thought tho West Side was at a dia*
.“V 0 * l ° 1118 exlenc 01 territory.
jLiiey could not concentrate on any one line. No
. cit J adapted forpopula*
ifaaitSJ of avenue. It was
wlv irr*« Eow WA *> to Prepare the
way icr a rapia development luete. They mast
. PljT l ® aca barmonize ?ha property-holders,
ana nave cordial co operation. Whatever was
ltL ? rijTo tbet property was a general
benefit to the city and the citizens. The true
nLft wee to opt-n avenues to get to tho parka.
Which loinifd a most admirable svetemof im
prcyenenTs. To utilize them, they must ba
n-feoe ac{e?s:ble; aid to do that, they mustget
Wi *F* The streets leading to the
parks must be avenues at least one hundred and
Dfiy ifti wide. The right ot way would cost,-he
tnougnt, a mere nominal sum. He intended lad
ing out eertets two hundred feet wide, and It
would pay him. xne widening 0 f Grand
avenue would also be profitable. Once
..the road. and the work
was half oone. Hi cuggested to the Park Com
missioners to complete melr boulevards, and
have a drive aU aiound the olty, from the North
to the Sontn Branch, it only a dirt road, and sec
out some trees. A viaduct should also be made
across the railroads. They should have a Com
mittee on each line to see what property-owners
would do. He was sure they con.d get the right ;
of way on Fulton and Washington streets. The \
Council was willing to do what it oonld. It had J
no money,: but. it would make special assess- ■
ments. *
Mr. Bust moved that the Board of Public J
Works be requested to submit to the Council or- j
dinances for opening Adams and Washington 5
street* to 150 feet, from California street to the i
park. *
Mr. Lombard thought tteyhad better have a 1
Committee on the subject, to report at another
meeting.
John Orawlordtbought that Committees should i
be appointed for each street, and that they \
should see which one could get the right of way. ;
and then support that one. • *'* 1
It was then moved by Mr. Millard that there i
be a Committee of nine, three representing eacn •
park, to devise a plan lor widening streets, etc. ;
It wasagreed to.
The Committee is composed of Messrs. Wm. J). ]
Kerfoot, A. B Kellogg, and David Kriegh, for *
the Central i’aik; Messrs. A. E. Wiliard, J. L. i
Lombard, and EC. Waller for Djaelaa Park, and „
Messrs. Henry Greenebanm. S. 6 Hayes, and C. 7,
B Gregory for Humboldt Park. i!
The Committee was also instructed to look i
after grades, sewers, and viaducts, i
Mr. Crawiord etated in reference to Twelfth t
street road that rhe ett zens of Cicero will- Z
in gto widen it to 150 feet, if the city did the same ~
to Southwestern avenue. °
Mr. Greenebaum wae not wary certain that J
they wuold succeed la getting a combined elTjrc, ,
ana there were many diiliou.UcB in the way of i'
subdivisions. He rcitrred to the dlllicul
ties which tte West Bide Park Com- :
missloners baa met with, aud stated ,
whatthey bad accomplished. Still they muse do f
a great oea:, beroru ihe property near the pares „
was worth at much ae on the South Bide Buule- «
yard. h
Mr. Millard displayed a list of the delinquents
on the ostfeetinenr for improving Ogden avenii)
Vnder the new law, ho ivever, mere would be no l:
seen trouble.
Mr. Grt enebaum said the Board were prepared f
to receive advances of mo&ey, without interest —
for which vouenirs would be given Wimsiff,ojo x
they cr u.d accomp ish a greai deal. *
Mr. Banyan said the B tard had got control of I'
the enb .ivnlons toouihor M^diron street, and had 1
got them all straight They had had a hard time *■
flghiir-g propers-owners -who wanted to make 7-
shallow lota. He was in favor of opening np *
Madison street from ine Park even to Western il
avenue. It they wanted to imxirove streets, the I,
property-owners could do it at naif whac it would
cott if me city did it in the old-rashloned way. ®!
Half me cost lay in the asseEsmenc. V;
Aid. Sht-rwooa said there woa.d be a diffijulty
about eewtrage. T tey never CiiUld dram the
city bj a one mll tax west of Western avenue. If
They must have a new Br^tem—a new main 11
sewer, coeting SICO ooc», which the fund would not
allow- Tue present s;. stem might be carried out i*.
a quarter of a milt only west of Western avenue, xl
H possible, the property-owners should advance ,
the money.
Mr. Gieenebaum thought they would have to a .
have a large sewer running noithand eouth on f;
Califon is street. IJ
wr. Hitt said the grade had not been estab- 83
llehed out there, and that was the first thing to
be done. 63
Aid. Bateham suggested that the Board peti
tion the Council to hare the grade at once estao
lished to the city limits.
The Board was requested to do so.
The meeting then »dj umed. F
The Committee will meet Thursday afternoon
fit 4.
THE SHAVERS.
Formation of a Journeymen Barbers’ Asso*
Clacton —They Declare Agalsat Sunday
Work.
An adjourned meeting of the Journeymen Bar
bers’ Association was held at Orpheus Hall, cor
ner of Lake and Peoria streets, last evening.
There were about fifty Members in attendance.
Mr. Bchwindt occupied the chair.
The committee appointed to wait on the bosses
reported that they had oalled on fifty-two bosses,
forty-six of whom signified their willingness to
close on Sundays, and the remaining six said
they would do so if the others did.
“Even the stubborn Delight,” the report read,
" would delight to do so.”
The report was accepted and placed on file.
An election lor officers then took place witn the
following result:
President— George Abrahams.
Vice President— G. E Schwindt.
Secretary— C. N. Wells.
Treasurer— Phillip Epstein.
Mr. Schwindt called attention to a paragraph
in Tuesday’s Tribune, where it was stated that
the object of the Association was not to be ab
solved from labor on the Sabbath, but to seonre
an advance in wages. This was entirely contra
ry to the objects of the society. He offered the
following resolution which was unanimously
adopted:
Whereas, Certain leading journals of tibia city
have stated in their daily issues that our work
was likely to prove unsuccessful, for the reason
that we do not ask a cessation from labor on the
Sabbath day, bm are only seeking to acquire for
enr services on said day extra pav, and that we
have no motive in our action based on princi
ples that recommend themselves to public favor,
and averring that every proprietor is against us
in onr efforts, and that •’ Sunday work ’* is almost
a necessity, and that the work will not be sus
pended ; and
Whereas, Such ill-timed, uujust, and untruth
ful statements are calculated, by their effect
upon the public mind, to prejudice our honest ef
forts to relieve ourselves rrom the burdens which
are unjust and unnecessary; therefore, be it |
Jtcsolxed, That we do aek to be relieved from
Work on the Sabbath day on moral grounds; that
we do not ask for extra pay for work on said
day; believing that we ate entitled to one day in
seven, In accordance with tbe law of morality
and civilization, we ask the ooontenanoe and sup
port cf the people of Chicago in onr behalf, and
tender our thanks to the many proprietors who
have signified their willingness to close on the
abbath day, folly believing that no real neces
sity exists, either as regards proprietors or the
public,for labor in onr vocation on a day that we
believe should be sacred to every one. in perfect
Immunity from labor and all secular pursuits.
After the transaction of some routine bnsiness
the Association adjourned.
THE LAW COURTS.
A Little Bankruptcy Matter Adjusted by
Judge Blodgett—Miscellaneous Legal Notea,
UNITED' STATES DISTRICT COURT.
In the matter of tbe bankruptcy of Moseley &
Daley, lately grocers of this city, on State street,
Messrs, Knowles, Birdeall & Co, came in to claim
a lien to the extent of 128 87, reciting that they
had obtained a judgment before D’ Wolf, Justice,
which had been duly executed to the extent of a
levy upon stock which was protected by the law.
It appeared in the case that judgment was ren
dered upon tbe 9th day of January, and that
upon the same day Birdeall, a member of the
firm, swore out an execution. The law providing
for this summary execution requires that the
party shall swear that the judgment is in danger
of being lost, unless the execution lean© forth
with. The partners of the petitioning firm
each swore that they had no knowledge of the
ocmmercial status of the now bankrupts when
they obtained thetr lien, at least one hoar before
proceedings in bankruptcy were commenced.
The assignee answered that a preference had
been taken. The Court (Blodgett) decided that
as the debt bad been long due, and the debtors
had cot paid even under threat of suit, there was
sufficient to throw the petitioners upon inquiry,
wherefore they were to be held chargeable with
notice of insolvency, as a result that the prayer
to pay them in 101 l or to sustain their lien should
be denied.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT.
There was yesterday argued before Judge
Blodgett a demurrer to a writ of sei. fa., issued
at tbe instance of the Kenosha A Rockford Bail
road Company. against Sheldon and Hannah M
Sperry, to foreclof e a mortgage upon same out of
town land. The Notary making his certificate to
the acknowledgment! omitted to append his seal.
The result was a doubt upon demurrer as to
Work.
whether this form of action would lie or the writ
be operative. After argument the matter was
held under advisement.
SUPERIOR COURT.
The Globe Insurance Company filed a bill
pgaimt A. W. Pease and A. H. Mills, by which a
perpetual Injunction is sought to prevent the
transfer of sixty shares of the capital stock of
the Company. It is alleged that defendants
freely represented the value of 9C lots in Hyde
Part, which, b*-ing mortgaged, represented the
cursideratlon of the sale of stock.
An action on the case was commenced by
Giorje B. Noyes and William D. Measlnger
BKt»itetthe Chicago & Northwestern Railway
Lomptny, the damages being laid at $3,003.
criminal court.
James Griffin, charged with highway robbery,
pe-rpetratca upon the person of Archibald Came
tod, pleaded guilty and was remanded.
SANITARY MATTERS.
Meeting of the Board or Health—Week*
>7 Mortality Btport— Decrease ta the
Deaih Bate—Ufanu and Aged Persona
the Principal Vlcfma-Thc Rendering
Uanse Nuisance—Betd Ss Sherwia’s Per
mu declared Forfeited for Violation of
the Ordinance.
Tae regular meeting of theßoardof Health took
place at Bp, m., yesterday, in the City Hall.
There were present Messrs. Jonnson, Hoard, Dr.
Shnltzer, the Mayor, and Superintendent Ranch.
The Mayor presided. The minutes of the pre
vious meeting were read and approved.
MORTALITY REPORT.
The Superintendent then submitted
his report for the past week, of
which the following is an abstract:
The decrease in the number of deaths compared
■with last week is great, taking into considera
tion the greater intensity of the temperature
over former weeks. There were 5 more deaths
by accident, 2 by cancer, Bby consumption, 2 by
diphtheria, 2 by enteritis, 2 by Inanition, 2 by
pneumonia, and 3 by small-pox, while there were
2 lees from brain diseases, 45 by oholera infan
tum, is by convulsions, and 4by sunstroke. In
fantile life and old age suffered less, with a slight
increase in the number of deaths of those from 5
io 20 years of age. The decrease in the mortality
of the sexes was nearly the same, while the
greatest decrease was among those born In this
city of American parentage, and the
greatest increase was among those
born elsewhere in tne United States.
It is obeeivable that certain diseases are less
p:evalent, and that there Is an increase intho
causes of death, plainly showing that there was
lets of sn epidemic tendency than the previous
wt ek. The highest death rate was in the Seventh
Ward, the lowest in the Third Ward, with a
marked decrease In public Institutions. Viewing
the conditions by which we are surrounded, the
great heat and light rainfall that we have had
lor the last month, it Is surprising that the death
rate is not higher; and unless there is a towering
of tho temperature, and a greater rainfall, we
must expect a continuation of the present high
rates of mortality, and all unite with the Board
in removing all probable causes of disease, and
Ibe avoidance of all excesses.
There is a slight decrease in the number of
smail-pox Infected houses reported; and, as
usual, the greatest number were infected by Im
migrants. In other instances, the infection was
the result of neglect of vaccination.
It was stated that the rainfall since January
had been 14.21 rnobes, whereas it should have
been at least 20 inches. Taking the last year and
this together, the rainfall is nearly 15 Inches less
than usual, and, aoooroing to what has hereto
fore obtained in the estimation of the amount of
rainfall, there will soon be an abundance of that
element to refresh the earth.
The number of deaths for the week ending July
15 was 307; the nativities were: Chicago (of na
tive blrtb), 50; Chicago (of foreign birth), 162;
United States (other parts of), 85; Denmark. 2 ;
England, 6; Germany, 27 ; France, 1; Holland,
4; Ireland, 9; Norway, 3 ; Poland, 1; Scotland,
3 ; Sweden, 7; Bohemia, X; Canada, 2; un
known, S.
The ages of deceased were; Under one year,
181; one year to two years, 32; two years to
three, 19; three years to four, 3; four years to
five,7 ; five years to ten, 11; ten years to.twenty.
6; twenty years to thirty, 17; thirty years to
forty, 18; forty years to fifty, 10; fifty years to
sixty, 6; sixty years to seventy, 0; seventy years
to eighty, 2; eighty years to ninety, 2.
Mates, 166; frmales, 141.
THE RENDERING NUISANCE.
The Superintendent reported that, with the
limited means at command, everything possible
bad been dune to abate the nuisances, and pro
mote the sanitary condition of the oity, the
necessity for redoubled efforts being manifest In
the increased death-rate of the previous week.
The Board has exercised constant vigilance.
There has been a daily inspection of cue city
rendering establishment?, and muoh has bean ac
complished Still, portions of tbe oity are ntgUcly
by the noxious exhalations of these
establishments. The oansts are various, but first
and foremost is tbeinoreaee of the slaughtering
01 hogs as will be seen from the following state- i
mem: Bogs slaughtered for tbetwo weeks ending
July 32. 1872. 36,315 ; Ju’y 12, 1871, 12,665 ; July !•*,
1870,4,963; July 12 18i»9. 4 030 ; July 12,1538, 2,739. i
It is at once seen that the increase of the
elbughterieg of hogs is almost three times as
great as last year, nine times as great as two
years ago, and seventeen limes greater than in 1
1868. Last winter there were 237,119 more hogs
packed than during the previous year, and, as a
consequence, causing a greater amount of offal
to be cbied lor, which, owing to the intense heat
prevailing for the last month, has caused a
greatly increasrd noxious circulation, from this
eonree. The Boiler Inspector had examined the
condensing apparatus of the rendering houses,
and found detects In nearly all. Suits have been
breught p gainst offVnders, in some Instances, of
the regulailcus touching offensive rendering es
tablishments.
Tbe following resolutions were summarily
adopted* and a certified copy of the same author
ized to be sent to tbe firm of Eeld, Sherwin A* Co :
Aeio/rtd. Thar, the permit heretofore given to
Belli, Bntiwin & Co., to u r e and carry on an es
tablishment for the slaughtering of animals and
tbe rendering of rallow or grease, at Archer ave
nue, in Ogoen Slip, in the City of Chicago, be
tween the first day of April and the day of
October. 1872, be and the same is hereby declared
forfeited, through a violation of sections one,
two, and three, of the rules aid regulations for
tho proper carrying on of establishments for the
slaughtering of animals and rendering of tallew
or grease, between the dates aforesaid, In said
City of Chicago.
Dr. Johnson moved,agreeable to the request of
the Sanitary Superintendent, that the Corpora
tion Counsel be requested to prepare au
ordinance] forbidding rendering within the olty
limits, and that the Common Council be request
ed to pass toe same. He also moved that the
Board of Publio Works be requested to take
t fit dive measures, as soon as practicable, to
abate or remove the nuisances from Ogden Slip,
and further to make assessments for defraying
the expenses thereof, as directed by Sections 28
and Si, of Chapter 8, of the revised ordinances.
Some routine business followed, and the Board
effected an adjournment.
CUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Ffrsl meeting of ibc New Board of Ednca
tlon—OXt. King Elected President—Ap*
pointment of Officer* and Committee*.
The new Board of Education, held its inaugu
ral session last evening, in its rooms on West
Madison street* The following membsrs were
present}: King, Calkins, Btone, Bonfleld, Goggin*
Reynolds, Bishop, Wiloe, Wells, Ronnlon, Hes
sing, Trussing, Bhelden, Blchburg, and Ham
bleton.
The meeting was called to order by Mr. King,
and on Mr. Stone’s motion, Mr. Bunnion was
elected temporary Chairman.
Mr. Rlohburg moved to go into an election for
President, which was adopted.
Mr. Biohburg nominated Mr. King, and Mr.
Stone put up Mr. Hambleton.
On a ballot being had, Mr. King received 10
votes and Mr. Hambleton 4, and Mr. King was
declared elected.
On motion of Mr. Bunnion, Mr J. L. Pickard
was elected Secretary of the Board.
On motion of Mr Bunnion, the rules of the old
Board were adopted temporarily as the rules of
the new organization.
On motion of Mr. Sheldon, Mr. Pickard was
elected Superintendent of Public Schools.
On motion of Mr. Bnunion, Mr. Hambleton
ws« elected Vice President of the Board.
On Mr. Stone’s motion, Mr. F Hanford was
elected Assistant Superintendent of Schools.
On the motion or Mr. Bunnion, Mr. James
ward was appointed Building and Supply Agent.
Mr. Btmfleid made a motion to abolish the
clnce. but his motion was not seconded.
On notion of Mr. Bichburg, Hr. Johnson was
appointed Clerk of me Board.
On nation of Mr. Calkins, C. C. Chase was ap
pointed School Agent.
On motion of Mr. Calkins, Mary Hardinge was
appointed Assistant Clerk.
On Mr. stone’s motion John A. Guilford was
appointed Messenger of the Board.
On motloa of Mr. Calkins, the salaries of all
the efacers of the Board will remain the same as
already allowed.
On motion Mr. Pickard was granted a leave of
absence until September.
President King appointed Messrs. Shelden,
Calkins. and Wells as Committee on Buildings and
Grounds. Finance and Auditing Committee,
Hrmbletcn, Bishop, and Btone.
The Building and Supply Agent reported that
Pearhon Street Primary and Franklin Schools
will be ready for occupancy on the first of Sep
tember. and the Ogden school on the first of Ooto
pfcf- He also directed the attention of the Board
to the appropriation for the different new school
buildlngemade by the Council.
Od motion of Mr. Reynolds the Board ad
journed until Thursday evening.
Washington Heights.
MfEsrs Clarke, Lajton & Co., the well-known
real estate dealeis of this city, intend selling, on
the 20lh of July, seven hundred and forty large
lots at Washington Heights, lying between Hoi
sted street and the Vincennes road, two of the
most important thoroughfares leading into the
city. The ground is a fertile prairie, admirably
adapted for suburban homes. Three railroads
pass immediately by it, and a depot is already
ercote din the centre of th a south hundred acres,
JEPS , -s slol fc er at the nortll end,
which will cost $2,000. This is the most admir
able opportunity ever offtred to laboring men
or meebantoe of procuring & pleasant home at a
price which, in the city, womi scarcely bay him
a small lot. The location i* healthy; and the
conveniences lor reaching th% city excellent. The
terms of sale are moderate, and free transporta
tion and refreshment provided j or attending
the sale. There will certainly he a great nmwrt
thfre of pprsoufl aeßlring to ses^ohesplnd
ocmXorcable homes. ’
Carl Zerrahn
Will lead the ohorns ol the National Normal Mu
sical Institute, at the Chicago University, iu the
following nrogramms. till August 15 : Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday evenings, at a, the new
oratorio of Ell; Tuesday and Thursday after
noons. at 4, selections from Mendelerohn’A fnnr
part songs and the •‘ Messiah.’’ NotSSSVimUI
in the way of ohorns singing has ever been heard
in Chicago. The public are Invited, either aa
audience or performers. Tickets for the whole
coarse, $5: single admissions, 25 ots, to he had at
the University, and at George P. Root & Bone’
No. 760 Wabash avenue. u *
A Ifew Bsmh American Railroad.
How to reach the pea coast with speed and
eaee enough to make a market for their mer
obanfUse has long agitated the capitalists
and merchants of Bollviaand Central Brazil
On the west they are out off from the nar
row strip of Bolivian sea coast by the high
and almost impassable wall of the Sierras
over which the journey with goods is so long
it and dangerous that it ia unprofitable. On
88 the east the Amazon and its tributaries offer
themselves as thoroughfares to the sea, but
LU ?ere again commerce meets with an obstacle
a in the shape of rapids, which for a distance
le of more than two hundred miles render navi*
or gation almost impossible, except for short
ta stretches, where small boats can by dint of
e much labor navigate, though iu many
10 places portages similar to those of
it l he rl ™ rB of Canada mnst
y he made. By the commeroial treaty nego
y tinted between Brazil and Bolivia, a tine 1 mo
o£ railroad will be built between the Madeira
and Mamore Ilivera, avoiding the falls, strik
'» the former stream at the highest point of
vllT UoD > ? a L nt Antonio, below the rapids!
J? 11 . 1 shorten travel from this conn
try tq-Bolivia and the western coast of South
America greatly. The present rente to
Bolivia is by sea around Cape Horn, and a
f bo ?£ ee - nt t° an y of the inland towns of
" aof«So?- tr / 19 , hvemonths in reaching its
’ rooJi I ?, a S°n , . W , lll£ , e hy the contemplated rail
• vlt 1 * SP * a ' ie ' )at one month from New
e * a- 6 Hfiportance of the line eftunot ba
overestimated, and both the Brazilian and
“ Bolivian Governments will press the inter*
f pxise vigorously to completion.
t The Bankrupt Sale of Dry Goods
. It is announced that the great auction sale of
• dry goods, by J. B. Chambers, at No. 97 South
. Deeplainea street, will positively be brought to a
- close this evening. Persons having goods re
maining In the store must call and get them at
onto. Three sales to-day, morning, afternoon.
and evening. *
Cod Liver OH,
Hazard & Caswell's Cod Liver Oil la the best.
BUSniESI HOTIC3S.
♦iS2”««3VS?S mI “* # i he peer of hair prepara
“B * dressing for the lialr, and
peculiarly adapted to its various conditions.
fcolfl by au oJSSlitf r ‘ BUU ' B BxoelBlor MeOlclae.
Dunes the beutea term, the liver frequently
itB •‘Ccretluna vitiated. iaauolnj?
biiona disease; for which use Effervescing Crab
Orchard Halts. F E. BUIREA CO.. ClnoUinati: O.
For sale by all Druggists. w.
Native Pearl venna Porcelain. Dentlat’a
waiela a poor substitute lor Nature’s. Let those
who so believe, use the fcozodont, which, if dally ao*
illfd, will prevent all necessity for.false teeth by '
.keeping the real ones sound and healthy.
Founded on a Hock I—The dUnppolnted ad
venturers who have from time to time attempted to
run their worthless potions against Drake’s Plan
tation Bnißßs, vow that they cannot undeistand
what foundation there Is for its amazing popularity. <
The explanation Is simple enough. The reputation of •
the world-renowned tonic la founded upon a rock, the
Book of Experience. All Us ingredients are pure
and wholesome. How. then, could tricksters and
cheats expect to rival It with compounds of cheap
drugs and refuse liquor, or with liquorless trash In a :
state of acetous fermentation I Of course the charla
tans have come to grief Their little game has failed.
Their contempt for the sagacity of the community
has teen fitly punished Meanwhile Plantation bit- *
TERS seems to be In a fair way of eventually auperaed- 3
ing every other medical preparation lr eluded In tho •
class to which it belongs In every State and Terri
tory of the Union it Is, to-day, the accepted specific ;
for nervous debility, drapepsla* fever and ague, rhea- i
maiism, and all the ailments involving a deficiency of .
vital power. j
IDBDBBAB REAX. ESTATE. i
TjlOß SALE—WE ARE SELLING LOTS ON ]
the Chicago «fc Book Island Railroad, near depit, i
at Sontli Englewood, at $425 each, onlysio cash and 3
$lO per month ; four dummy trains each way daily: c
fit st tram reaches city at quarter before 7 o’clock. i
Choice lots at Cornell Watch works, near depot, at
from S3CO to §350 cash; $5O rer lot cash; balance 1
monthly payments, if desired: accessible by four J
railroads ; fourteen regular trains each way dolly; *
the most raplply Improving property in the market. 1
Lots on Genesee and Armltage-avs, near Milwau- 2
ket *av, s miles from old Court Hon-ie. at from $250 to I
$4OO each; highest ground around the olty; title per* i
feet; abstract saved; only $5O cash. FRANCIS W. 1
COREY <fe CO.. UP LaSalle st, c
fjtOß SALE—AT RIVERSIDE—I HAVE TWO ■
’ blocks of very choice lots, situated in the grove 1
of heavy timber in the centre of Riverside; for sale J
op vtry easy terms Applv during forenoon to Dr. I
G D. BEEBE, Room. 12, northwest corner Market 1
and Madlson*Bta. ;
fjlOR SALE—A SPLENDID BARGAIN FOR J
- cash In a large tract of suburban property, having J
depot, sidewalks, trees, and several good bouses, i
school, ttc ; retalllngat from 200 to 300 per cent above
cnBt; rate chaxce. Address ono weekN S7, Tribune t
cfllce. l
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71 OR SALE— ICOxISO FEET, EAST FRONT. or* “
■ Adama-BC. Hyde P«rlr. sear .depot, for $3,500, on h
easytorroa. JOB. -B CHANDLER, 339 Wabaah av, t;
TIOR SALE-40 ACRES VERY CHEAP—NEAR -
,• Irwin Park & St Paul Railroad; want an offer. I
Also 5 to 10 acres in same section to exchange fora J
house worth about $6,000. Also PO acres adjoining a
Maplewood—a great bargain; none better to sub- v
divide. M. A. LAWRENCE & CO., 56 W. Madison-st. b
aIOR^BALE—BY H. J. ARNOLD. 1W SOUTH -
Clark st r ISO feet on South Park, east front: 150 1
fc on Cabinet; 160 It on Prairie ; 150 feet on Indiana, J
av.. all situated nnith of Fifty-elghth st; IS ft on x
Woodland av.. ai d S3 ft on Cottage Grove, north of fc
MxtytMid-at. All this property Is fiist-clsss and a ei
bar* aln. Acre property lor sale E
jIOB BALE—ONLY $lO DOWN, $5 MONTHLY -
. ' till paid for—Desirable lots at Washington I
B eights, high and dry, with trees on them? 1,000 feet ,
from three depots; $l5O to $250; train reaches city i!
before 7 a. m., leaves after 6 p. m.; largo number **
«1 ready pall at 9 a m. and go and see them. *
IKUESDELL& BROWN, 175 West Madlson-st. |
70R SALE—BLOCK 7, OR BLOCK 22 [ONLY S
one], Sec. 33, T 39, R. i-1, east; 20 acres each, and ei
nearly 1r the centre of Sonta Chicago Such proper- v
ty as this is not found in the market every day, gen- 1
tiouen. E. H. CUMMINGS. 100 Hast Bandolph at. p,
708 SALE—POUR NEAT HOUSES OF EIGHT
. . rooms, and lot each, at Oakland Jnear steam and •*
lurse cars, at $3,500 each ; easy terms, or will trade 1
• oe /or lot on ImlUmH-av. U2.RIOH A BOND, 511 N
Waba h av.
J*OR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT AT HYDE »
Park, $2 203; one for $4 500 near depot, and several j
fine houses with largo grounds : also ohoice building *
lots c2O to *75 per fool; some fine lake shore proper, ai
ty, and 100x150 feet, corner lot at Woodlawn. UL- -
RICH A BOND. 511 Wabash av. |
‘ 70R SALF-80 ACRES IN 36. S3, 14 SOUTH- Z
. . east of Cornell. $100,006 Very easy payments. T
WM. GaBNETT. 869 Wabaah-av. > |
TIOR BALE— A CHOICE 20-ACRE TRACT, GOOD -
J- high dry ground, west of Cornell. Isoffered very T
cheap. H. J. GOODRICH, 363 Wabash av. I
■ 7OR SALE- £0 ACRES IN SECTION 19. SOUTH-
. ? west of Englewood, and near South Lynne sta- I
tion. The owner must have money, WARREN. X
KEENEY A CO., 381 Wabash av. m
■ 71 OK SALE—NORWOOD PARK —SEVERAL -
. J blocks, lots, and houses and lots, or exchange, at T
very low prices: no safer place to Invest. S. E. X
WELLS 45 Hnbbard-court. w
COUNTRY BEAT, ESTATE.
Fob sale—the splendid residence
and grounds of Wm M Tollman, in the city of
Janesville, Wia., containing 13 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 stone cor.
nets; two fronts and elegant portico on each; 51x100
feet; 3 stories and basement: contains 27 rooms and
all modem Improvements. Beautiful carriage house
and stable of straw colored brick, with every conve.
nience. Buildings erected in 1855-6 and’7; coat,
{42,000 gold; same grounds and buildings would now
cost {70,0r0 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 bnsi*
ness, and 48 acres of choice land, 160 rods from the
dwelling, containing tho best bonding sites in the
city. Abont to go abroad, the owner will sell very
low: one-fourth sash and residue on long time. Ap
ply to CLARKE. LAYTON & CO. 376 Statist,, Chi
c*go, where full descriptive pamphlets may be ob
tained, or address the owner, WIL £l, TALLMAN,
Janesville, Wis«
Forsale-ob fxchange-a beautiful
farm of 2CO acres, well Improved, in Chamber’s
Island, In Green Bay, Wls , one of the most healthy
and lovely (pots in tho Northwest; will exchange for
citj or suburban property. Apply to A. J &J. W.
COOPER, southwest corner Market and Monroe-sts.
OB SALE-OR EXCHANGE—3O-ACRE FRUIT
farm at 8t Joseph, Mich ; one of the best paying
and most desirable peach farms In Michigan. Will
exchange for good olty or suburban property and put
cash with It. Apply to A. J. & J W. COOPER, south*
west comer Market and Monroe-sts.
OB SALE—OB EXCHANGE-SMALL OR
chard, near Contralto, HL Has a good orop of
peaches Apply to E. PROCTOB. 109 Mllwankee-av.
MISCELLANEOUS,
CASH PAID FOB CAST-OFF CLOTHING AND
miscellaneous goods of any kind, by sending a
letter to I. GELDEB, 864 State-st.
Front gallery seats for french
Band Concerts, east and west sides; best loca
tlon in the bouse. O 31, Tribune office.
LD BOOKS—CASH PAID FOR OLD BOOKS
and libraries. Call or address CHAPIN'S
CHEAP BOOK STORE. 50 East Harrison-st.
ANTED - 250 FOB PHOTOGRAPHS O P MART
Secor, the girl so foully murdered in Mercer
Co., Ohio. Address FISH <fc MORE, Decatur, Adams
Co, Ind.
WANTED— WATCHES OF ALL DESCRIP,
tions. diamonds, old gold, silver, pistols, and all
goods of value. Cash paid outright, or money loaned,
at BARTLETT’S, 2(3 East Madlson-st.
ANTED—A NEWFOUNDLAND DOG. AD
dress a 15, Tribune office, stallngprioe and age,
and where It can be seen.
WANTED— TO SELL—TERRITORY FOB A
good Patent Bight, by an experienced party.
Address PATENT, Lndlow, HL
\* ANTED—I WANT TO INVEST {7OO IN SOME
V» business- Address F 84,-Tribono office.
TItTANTED—A PARTNEH-(LADY OR GENTLE-
Yf man) to open a cigar and news-stand; $3OO to
S5OO capital required. Address, giving particulars,
MAUD. G 45. Tribune Office.
SEWING MACHINES*
A {66 WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MA
chine 10r536. Inquire, lor two days, at 245 Lot
tnge Grove-av.
FIRST-CLASS SEWING MACHINES SOLD ON
monthly payments. Machine supplies for sale, 127
Eighteenth-st.
INGER SEWING MACHINES—OFFICE OF
NICHOLS * PEARSON, 144 Bomb Halsted-et.
Machines sold or rented on easy monthly payments,
and sewing given when desired.
EW3NG MACHINE NEEDLES—FOB THE
most complete asanrtmcnt. larcest Htock ana low.
est prices, call on, oraddretS, O. M. LININGTON.63
West Monrce-st, Chicago.
TX7BFBLEB& WILSON SEWING MACHINES,
W the new improved, sold oriented on easy month
ly payments. Work given if desired. BURNHAM
dt FLANNERY. Main office City Agents, 333 West
Madleor-at; branch, 960 Wabash-av.
TE7ELD SEWING MACHINE OFFICE, NO. 117
YY South Halsted-st—Machines sold on monthly
payments. Work given for .all machines. Machines
repaired.
FINANCIAIu
ANT INSURANCE CLAIMS OR BALANCES,
after dividend, cashed at highest price. Auo
money to loan, by J. N. WITHE KELL, 369 Wa
bash-av.
AUNDER’S LOAN OFFICK.IEO TWENTY-SEC
ond-st., corner Wabash-av., Boom 2. Money to
loan on diamonds, watches. &o. EBtablished. I 8&4.
LIPMAN’S MONEY LOAN OFFICE, 27 WEST
Madlson-st.
ONEYTO LOAN ON CITY BEAL ESTATE,
$5 000 to $50,000 at 9 per cent; smaller sums to
suit; houses on leased ground and Illinois farms. B.
GROSSMaN, Boom 11.151 Monroe-st.
mo LOAN MONEY ON IMPROVED CITY
I and suburban property* SHELDON *?R
MAK. an Nixon's Building. LaPalleand Monroe sts._
EDUOATIOIAL
REMPFR HALL, KENOSHA, W13., A FlRST
class school for girls and young ladies. 51 miles
north of Chicago. Bt.Rer.wa E. Armltago, D D.,
Visitor; Rev. Geo. M. Everhart, D. D., Beotor. Soho
laetio year begins Wednesday, September U.
r ANTED—WATCHES
ffHE CHICAGO TRtBtTKE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. IbT2.
la ~ , ; CITY BEAI. ESTATE. . ,
It !7 OR SALE—BY JAMES VA. BUTLER, REAL
i A - . Estate Agent, 13 Otis Block, corner LaSalle
to andMadison-sca;-'
36 Marble front house on Mlchlgatf-av, east front,
1- near Thlrteenth-st, three stories and English base
rf- ment. with all modern Improvements, in perfect con
f oit:on. brick bam, lot 26x177. -
Fine large residence on Wabash-av. near Twelfth
y et. lot 25x174, to alley, now rented for fa,sooper year:
)f title perfect, terms easy. .
it 3-SXI33 and 25x66 feet on Clark-at, near Twenty-seo
,u ond.
>• 25x150 feet on North Dearborn, between Elm and
16 Maple eta. west front.
.« stx 150 feet on West Jackson-st, near Honoro. with
house of one and a half stories, containing 10 rooms.
51x115 feet on Maple, between Dearborn and State
»f Sts,
3, *6x125 feet cn Indiana av, sou’heast corner of Thir
. ty fourth et.
v 25x125 feet on Forest-av, near Thirty fourth st
a soxioo feet on Deaibom st, southeast corner of Su
-0 perirr.
a Ten (10) acres on Stony Island-av and Seventy
f fourth-st J
1 JO 1-4 acres on Slxteenth-st and o!ty limits.
a 6 710 acres on Asbland-av andSeventy-thlrd-st 1
v SALE—BY B. O. COLE <t CO., 163 WEST
’ X* Washington-st:
a Good hunae, lotBoxll6 ft, 102 North Carpenter-st.
1 Myiick-av., 2 etory house, lot 50ri77 ft, No. 64 North
Caipeiiler-st ,
Two dwellings, lot 41x100, comer Randolph and
Ada eta. *
Cottage and lotsBB West Indiana-st.
Mat hie front house 241 Warren-av.
75x150 ft on Ciarence-st, corner of Grant; only
£ 60x126 ft on Wiloox-st.jost west of railroad.
1 on PJairie-av , between Thirty second and
Thlrty-tblrd-sts. 45x160 ft on Thirty-ntnth'et, near
% Vincennes av; sno per foot. 60x125, North Halated
. ft., south of Sophia, east front. S acres at Lawndale,
t 63.000 per aero. 10 acres on Thirty-first st. sonthwest
SS?»slif?t welL CaU “ above, or to WRIGHT &
t 1 i RRELL.
For sale— Michigan av.. southeast
comer Forty-elghth et, 2to ft; $73 per foot.
Indiana av., southwest corner Forty-eighth-st., 100
ft; 165 per foot.
Wabash-av., southeast corner Thirty-foorth-at, 261
> ft: $l4O per foot.
Indiana-av., southeast corner Fifty-third st, 155 ft;
$7O per foot
Vircennosav., southeast comer Bowen-av., 53
ft; $llO per foot.
, Bowen av. near Cottage Grove, 125 ft; $45 per foot
i ®outh Park Boulevard, near Thirty-seventh-st, 132
x2PB ft; $230 per foot
Sonth Park Boulevard southeast comer Oakwood
Boulevard, 162x150 ft; $2OO por foot.
Also, a large amount of other very choice and de
sirable property. J. ekaiah WaRkBN,
4lBMiohigan.av ,nearThlrteentb-at.
OB SALE—OAKWOOi) BOULEVARD—BEAU
tiiuI lots on this now boulevard (100 f-et wide), be.
tween Vlnconnes-av and South Park Boulevard, only
JFUO per foot, on easy terms, or $9O per foot cash. Tnis
is 50 per cent below the market value of this proper
ty 'iheie can bo no better investment south of the
no one else on this new thoroughfare, connect
l>gtbe two great North and Sonth Boulevards, will
-sell at anything like the above price Those who wish
a bargain munt act with promptness. Title perfect.
Abstract Just brought down to ve«y recent date. J.
ESAJas WARREN, 418 Michlgan-ar., near Thir
teenth st.
OR SALE—PABK-AV. CHOICE LOT 33x120,
near Boyne-st, only $3OO down, balance, 5 years
if purchasers builds. R. G. GOODWILLIB, 133
West Marti* oa-st
OR BALE—SI,SOO LoWN WILL SECURE THIS
choice Parkav. comer lot 23x120, with brick house
Best bargain on the avenue. R. G. GOODWILLIB.
133 West madlaon-st.
OR SALE—WONDERFUL BARGAINS—LOTS
on Erlo-at, between Lincoln and Robey, only $9OO.
easy terms. Decide at onoo. B. Q. GOODWILLIE.
133 West Madison-fit. I
OB SALE—WORKMEN HERE 18~ YOUR
chance Lots on Chlcago-av., (100) feet from Lea- I
vltt. $6OO. This week. R. G. GOODVILLB, IJj West
Madison at. j
OB SALE—S2SO DOWN. DON’T CROWD FOR I
this fine lot on Vanßnren-st, Just outside fire
limits. Balance long time. B. G. GOODWILLIB. ]
133 West Madiaon-bt. * ;
OR SALE— LEASE. 90 YEARS '
without revaluation. 28x44. Just north of Ran
dolph-st, east f :ont 5 Terms, $1,200 per year lor three 1
years, and $1,600 per year for balance of term. Price
of lease, $5,0*0; the best bargain of the hind in mar- ■
ket. J. EBAIaB WARREN, 418 Mlohlgan av. 1
FOB SALK—LOTS—S4OO AND SSOO—SMALL PAY- 1
ment down and easy terms. Lots fronting Lear- •
itt, Oakley, and Western av.. Just outside of the fire 1
limits ana inside old city llmns.on the highest ground <
about the city. Street cars and omnibus line within i
two blocks; other improvements are being rapidly 1
made. Call at onr office and let ns take yon to see f
them free of charge, office open until 9 o’clock every
evening. STOREY, ALLEN & CO., 126 West Wash- ]
ington-st. 1
)R SALE—SOXIBS ON WABASH-AV.*, BE- :
tween Thirty eighth and Thirty nlnth-sts., at $9O
per foot J. H. KEELER, 255 Halsted et, cor. Har
risen.
OR SALE-ON PRAIRIE AV., NEAR THIR’- *
ty-st cond-st., lot 30x1«5. east front. J, H. KEEL- I
EB, &6 Halated-st., cor. Harrison. . I
E OR SALE-CHEAP LOTS—CHEAP LQTS-ON #
mouthy payments, and Just outride of the fire
limits situated on West Van Ruren and Jackson sta, 1
on and west of Callfomla-av. accessible by Madls'>n 1
iuid Van Bnren.Bt. cars. Price torn fCOO toSSOO pur '
lot, in monthly payments, to suit. For further pit*
tlculars. inquire at the office of .the Conch Subdivis }
ion, 301 West Madlson-st
OB SAXE—CORNER OF TWO BOULEVARDS. «
152Jx150 to an 18 foot alley, S E cor South Park f
and Oukwood Boulevards a splendid corner for in
vestment. Price, $2OO per foot. Easy terras, rule J
beyond question. J. EaAIAS WARREN, 418 Michl f
gan av.
OR SALE—OaKWOOD BOULEVARD, S. W.
corner Vlncennes-av. and Oakwool boulevard, 165 T
x 213 to an IB foot alley. This is one of the most beau
tiful lets south of the city limits Title perfect; Ub- T
oral terms ; will be sold cheap if taken at once J. ;
ESaIaS WARREN, 418 Michigan av., near Thir*
teerthst.
L'l-KOoi.k-WAIIASH-AV . aUaMS, 46X ■
A 171, house and hue lot shade trees, nice surround- “
Inga near i-treet ears, ?2,2c0 New luuie and lot
s2tl)o, WHITNEY* «fc CO., 123 West Waahington-st. .
SALE—WEST LAKE-VP., EKamE COT-
r tage house and lot. No 795 Lake-st, near Hoyne
SNY'I>ER & LEE. No. 14 Nixon’s Buildings, north- a
east corner of Monroe and LaSaile-sts. 2
170K HALE—PAKK-AV. aMJ ROBEY*, LOT6OX
124 feet, southwest corner of Park av. und Ro f
bey-st. SNY’DKK* LKE. No. 11 Nixon’s Buildings. *1
northea t corner of Monroe and LaSallo-ala- .
OR SALE—EGAN AV —lO LOTS ON EUAN
av., near B alHied at. SNY’DEK «fe Li-.E. No 14 li
Kixnj.’o Building, northeast corner of Monroe and °
LaSalle-atfi. t<
OK SALE—HALSTEDST—I2 LLTS-NORTH- -
east corner of Balsted and Centre-fits. SNY'DKR 1
4 LEE, No 14 Nixon’s Building, noi theaat comer of
Monrro and La'ralle-sts. ei
OR SALE—A NEW TWO-STORY* iIuUKE AND fi
lot, No 123 Walnut st. Apply on premises. -
t|u»R sale— oakley'-st— no. 133, large
JC house and large lot, good location, near Pulton-st; o;
price low. 8. E. WELLS. 45 Uubba;d-court. a:
FOR SALE—CHOICE ACRE PROPERIW. IN *
the Sonth and West Divisions, near city limits, v
very cheap. GEORGE V. BYRD, 385 Wabash av. ’
SALE—THE CHEAPEST BRICK HODSE T
’in Chicago; only $7,500 l«r an east frott, with all *. B
modem Improvements. GKO. H. HESS, southeast 1
comer LaSalle and Monroe-sls, .
FOR BALE—NICE FRAME HOUSE ON CALU- '
met-nv. and Twentj-third an. with long lease, 6 . (
worth «70 per month; can be hart at*a bargain. GEO. _
H. B KbS. sourbeaet corner LaSalle and Monroe sts. 1
SALE—I64XI64 FE.E.T ON SOUTHWEST
J? corner of Khodes-av. and Thlrty-third-st, at a bar- *!
gain. JOS. B. CHANDLER. 564 Wahafih-av. £
SALE-NEW COTTAGES PoIiSALE ON 5
X* years time, monthly payments. Interest six par -
cent. Water onpremises, and convenient to cars on ,
Thlrty secocd st, east of Wallace st. Apply to FRED /
P. FIbILEB, N0.70 Canal-stJ
OR SALE—4O7 SECOND ST.A PRETTIf COT- B
tage, 7 rooms, bam, etc, for $3(O to $3OO down,
balance in monthly payments. M. C. SPAULDING.
836 West Madison. ni
Tj'Oß SALE NEAR GLOBE PHEATRE, C
J? splendid lease and fnrnture of house, on Das-
plalnes-et; $5OO will take It this week, R. U. GOOD- A
WILLIE, 133 West Madleon-st. £
For sale—io acres at cottage grove,
near Cornell Station. SNVDBR <fc LEE. No. 14
Nixon’s Building, northeast comer of Monroe ana
L&Salle-sts.
OR SALE—CHEAP, 4 ACRES OR 4S LOTS j
on State st, between Fifty-sixth and Fifty sey- j
enth- Inquire on premises.
I JOB SALE —ON WKBT ADAMS ST, 1 LOT,
1 31 000, 2 Boulevard lot |5O per foot front. OLAF- S
LIN BROS, 131 LaSalle-st.
OR SALE—I OFFER MY LOT ON DOUGLAS
pIace for 3750—1250 cash, balance in one, two and 1
three years, at 8 per cent. J. £*. GOULD. 354 Wa* ■
baeh-ar.
OR SALE—TWO-STORY HOUSE, 16 BOOMS. I
lot 2-5 feet front, with alley In rear, water and j
sowers, 566 South Jtffersonst. <
OB SALE—NEW SIX-BOOM COTTAGE AND
lot2sxl23,onTwenty-elghth-st,; 32.000,5500ca5h, j
CULVER & HOVJtY, 109 West Washington at, I
OB SALE-10, 20 OK 40 AGUES ON SIXTY- !
third-st., near Wcstero-av., Tremont Gardens, and
Eouih Lynne, at a groat bargain, for cash. Apply to j
A. J. <t J. W. COOPER, southwest corner Market and t
Monroe-ste. 1
OR BALE—2OOxI7O FT. EAST FRONT, ON WA
bash-av., being 100 ft south of Forty ttrst-st.; the J
hestprt uerty in the market atthe price, WARREN, c
KEENEY & CO., 381 Wabaah-av. o
FOB SALK—I344 prairie-av., house and =
lot 26x175, sear Thlitletb-st; 38,000.
Vacant lot, 104x200, northwest comer Thlrtieth-st.
and Prairle-av. **
Several vacant lots on Indiana and Wabaehavs.,
near Thirty-fifth-st i
ULRICH & BOND. 511 Wabaah-av. £
■ .''OR bALE-20 ACHES IN kJH W i SEC 22, S9 ~
J? 13, Irontlng Riverside Boulevard. Easy terms, I
and ciieap. Apple to a. DORATHY, 173 Monroe-st, v
Bryan Block. t
OB SALE-CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY, 1
30x198, south side of Madlcon-st. near LaSalle, at t
a bargain. Apply to A. J J. W. COOPER, south- ,
weet comer Market and Monroe sis. “
OR BALE—A GREAT BIG BARGAIN FOR S
cash this day only; 24 feet on Clark-et, west front. £;
near Van Bnren-at, and near Pacific Hotel and Gov
ernment building, J. HENRY WEIL, southwest u
corner State and Harrison sts. r,
OR SALE—THIS IS THE LAST WEEK YOU J
can buy an 11-room brlok house on a tot worth £
fully §2,£00 for from 16.0C0 to 35,600; only |5OO down.
J a. st'QVEL, 76 Madison at.
Fob bale-4 lots on north halsted st, *
between Ee’den and Webster-avs, SI 250 per lot; I
easy terms Apply to A. DORATHY, 173 Monrve et, 3
Btyau Block. C)
— ...... ci
For sale—cheap lots on state and -
Bnmside-sts. Wentworth. Egan andShnrtleff- 1
BARBER & RIKDLE, corner *
Twenty-ninth and State sta.
OR SALE—OR EXCHANGE—4O ACRES ON 1
the southwest side, will sell at a great sacrifice 3
for cash, or exchange for good Inside business or 01
dwelling property. Apply to a. J. <fc J. W. COOPER, 01
southwest corner Market and Monroe-ata.
, . - i —-. -I— . A
Fob sale—several good houses in -
Evanston, with all modem Improvements; 1
houses new ; also good lots that will make money. 3
WARREN, KEENEY <fe CO,, 331 Wabash av.
FOB SALE-23 ACRES FRONTING ON GRAND- =
av. and Chlcsgo-av, and near Humbolt Park.
DREW & NEWBU RY, Booms 8 and 9. Bryan Block.
BEAL ESTATE WANTED. J
WJtTANTED— REAL ESTATE—I HAVE CUS- te
t» timers for six good houses and lots near Union 01
Park, ranging in prices from f3,000 to §7,000. E. H. --
CUMMINQt*. No 100 Eastßandolph-st. jj
MACHINERY. J
AMES’ ENGINES, POET ABLE 3 TO 40 HORSE
power; threshing, 8 and 10-horse; circular saw- i,
mills. Forsmon’s grinding mills, com-shellers, belt
lug, «fco. COLLINS EATON, 70 South Canal st. Jj
B BANDY’S STATIONARY AND PORTABLE II
engines, circular saw-mills, boilers, shingle m»-
cbines and saws. Western Branch office, 53 South
Canal-st. F. W. NORTHROP, Agent.
BACON’S HOISTING ENGINES AND ELEVA- »
tors for builders and contractors. J. G. MER- I
RIMAN, General Western Agent, 56 South Canal*st.
ANTED-TO SELL ONE -FULL SET OF £!
woollen machinery, all In good turning order, V
nearly new; will he sold on easy terms and lor one- z
half its value. Inquire of DALLY & YEISLEY, 1
Woodbine, lowa. fll
WHITESBOKO IRON WORKS ENGINES =
from J borso power upwards, steam and power
pumping machinery, boiler feeders, fire pumps, hose, -
£c. J G- MERRiMAN, General Western Agent, t
66 South Canal-st. J
SI
FOB6ALE— TEN COBD BUBBLE STONE $3 |
per cord under market value if taken tills day. J
Inquire at MAN DEL BROS, oornor Mlchigau-av w
nd Tweuty-Boc.)mi-at. [ 21
Bunsne ka 1
MACHINERY.
.■ romra-Hotraia.
|L mo BENT- COMPLETELY FURBISHED BBIOK
la J. honseof ten rooms, till October 1 or May L Ap-
ply on the premises, 17 Honore-at.
al rp.o rent—large two-stoby house, no.
eN a 43Z West Jackson at. Apply to WM. ME
GLADE, No. 236 South Water-st. np stairs.
y. fFO RENT-ONE OF THE FINEST RESI
’ A- deocesoaWest Side, nnfnmlshed, soltable for
, first claec boarding bonne. Will sell any part of fnr
titnr© wanted, and hoard with party renting, if
sgrteahle. Address K 50. Tribnne oflicA
. mo BEKT-BY H. J ARNOLD. 124 SOOTH
« A Clmk-st—a six-room cottage, 3i bleaks from
*. Lake st, on Western-av.
»•
TO RENT—A BASEMENT COTTAGE OP
8 rooms, in good repair, on Seymour-st. Apply
at 301 west Randolph-st.
O RENT-GOOD CHANCE FOB A SMALL
American family; new cottage of 4 rooms, and
board the lady owner. Apply at 19 Kendah-sL, be
tween Taylor and Polk, on the Southwest Plank
Road,
O RENT—A COMPLETELY FURNISHED
house. Inquire at 833 Waoaahav. Also good
k stable to rent.
fi'O RENT—CcTTAGtC HOUSE 113 SOUTH LIN.
i X coln-st.; will rent furnlnhed or aril furniture.
Poasesalon August Ist. DREW & NEWBURY.
I Rcoms 8 and 9 Bryan Block
FOR SaIe—BEAUTIFUL NEW VILLA AT
Englewood 7 rooms, hard and soft water, and 50
r it corner lot $2,800, also choice lota close testation and
eohool, moathly.payments. STORKS & WARE. 373
[ Wabash-av. •
• 179? bale.—watch factory and lake
x chore choice tracts of 1 to 5 acres In lino of lm*
: provementfi-good land—l-4 cash. STORES *
: WARE. 373 YVabash-av.
OR SALE—KENWOOD—CHOICEST LOT 0>
the shore, 150x460. covered with trees, gas; rnac
?. Ga . l^.^ e<l J tjeet alao 105x160 $75 per ft. STORKS &
j^Aiiß^373_Wahaßh-av.
TO RENT—ROOMS.
T lO , nt-oke half of two-story
r . e . £ ? { ,' en ? e ’ suitable for small family. In
quire at 452 Wabash av.
TP RENT—FURNISHED SLEEPING BOOM.
tor one or two Inquire at 167 West Jacbaon at.
qio RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. AT22 ARER-
IbeaT 6611 Bt * ® Q ll a l , l e lor single gentlemen or fam
mo RENT-TWO NICELY-FURNISHED FRONT
ntiEV I .°“ ttS I rent loir. UO9, corner
ot Thirty-first and State-sts.
fjlO RENT-FIVE NEAT FURNISHED ROOMS.
X smtable for housekeeping. 862 Divialon st.; oars
pass the door.
IYO RENT—FOR HOUSEKEEPING, 5 ROOMS
. on Stolto near Polk. $25; 3 or 4 rooms, Halsted-st.
near Twelfth. siB and $25 : 2 rooms and barber shop
on Halsltd at, $26. B G. GOODWILLIB, 133 West
Mauisop-st. *
O RENT—TWO NICE UNFURNISHED
rooms on first fioor at 165 West Washlngton-at.
Apply at Room 3.
110 RENT—TWO ROOMS In FRONT ON THE
lower floor, 110 Carroll-st. Inquire from 9 to 10
to day
O RENT—ICJ WEST LAEK-ST—VERY LARGE,
nice rooms low to good tenants. Apply to a.
KIDDER, Central European House, 46 and -13 Sonth
Dfe*plalnes-fct.
lO BENT—AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
very cheap, of a room and closet, suitable for
house! cepxng, at 243 Weat Madlaon-et, up two lllghts.
TO BENT-A LARGE ROOM, PURNISHE*D. I
and convenient to day board. 374 Mtchigau-av.
O BENT —ONE BLOCK FROM TWENTY
second-st., a large furnished room, with alcove
gas, elotet, Ac. Apply at 178 Twenty-third at.
rjlO RENT—PLEASANT BOOMS FOR GEN-
X tlemen can now bo had at the Westminster
European Hotel, 871 Wabash av. ]
mo RENT-ONE FURNISHED FRONT BOOM •
X for a single gentleman, at 29 sixteenth at.
O RENT—A FL’RNIsHED SLEEPING ROOM.
also a furnished front parlor, at 84 Morgan-at
O RENT—ROOMS—FURNISH EDJEOOM, COOL 1
and pleasaot. suitable for two gents; brick build
ing 190 West Madlson-st.. near Hoisted,
O BENT—THREE OR FOUR BOOMS—UN- £
furnished, or famished complete for honsekeen- I
Ing, to a respectable couple who will hoard four or *
more persons. Apply early, at 879 West Lake-at. B
o BENT—A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, 1
suitable for two gentlemen; also single rooms.
House brick, containing modern Improvements. 411
TO RENT—STORES, OFFICES, fto, 1
7¥IO^IJEABE I
X North Branch, 200 feet river front, well located ;
lor coal or lumber. Inquire at office east end Erlo-at. '
bridge. GRAVES & uO.
■ n
f|lo BENT—FIRST-CLASS BBIOK STORE, 22XS0. ;
X Injthe railroad town of Nashua, Chickasaw Co.. ’
lowa. Address C. X G REELEY, Nashua, lowa.
■ .. ; * o
TO JIENT—A DESIRABLE OFFICE FOB A :
physician. Apply at 209 Blue Island-av. 1
O RENT— STORE 191 MA3N-ST., CORNER OF :
Ljnnan one block from Arcber-av. street cars,with
couriers and shelving, with barxu
mO RENT-STORE NO. 5S WEST RANDOLPH- *
X st; or lease for sale. Inquire at same number. f
O BENT—STORK NO. 212 WEST MADISON- f
st. Apply to THOMAS E. RYAN, 22 North i
Canal st. f
O BENT—TWO NEW STORES. $2O AND $10; i
North Side; large enough for family in rear. A.
T GALT, 77 Dearborn-st., Room 11.
mo BEKT-BARBEB’S SHOP AND 2 ROOMS J
X on the first floor and 4 rooms on second floor in \
501 Sourii llalsttd-st.
WANTED—TO .RENT.
TITANTED—TO RENT-A SMALL HALL OR I
it large room, for school pun>«i»es. State terms t
and location. P 49 Tribune office. •
\KI ANT* D-TO RENT—STORR SUITABLE POR
TT a cigar stand on the West Side; rent must be 1
reafOlfhble Address, with lull particulars. T 50
liibnno office. ’
VJP ANTED TO RENT —FOR SUMMER i
Tt months, a good hou*o, forclstert, and ground*, v
in some quiet town not over 2o mlloa from Chicago
any party nanßg michaplaco can rent to a responsible 1
tenant, at a liberal rental. Address E 56, Trlonue
office. w
ANTED—TO RENT—A HOUSE OR PART OP 5J
house containing 5 or 6 rooms; r.ntnottoex
eefd *3O per mouth; bitunto between Lake and Mon- 1
roe Clinunand May-sts. Address R 41, Tribune of
fice. b
V|? AN 1 ED—TO RKNT-A HOUnB OF FROM E
tt 7 to 8 rooms,-within 4 or (J blocks of the corner
of Sargj,mo;i and Adams fits . by apromptpaylug ten- 1
am, wnbont chfidrou. Apply to aDamjs & MUR*
RAY, 143 West Madison st
ANTKL—TO RENT—A HODSE OP ABOUT 10 U
rcoms. on South bide, east of State-st, south of -
Twenty-thJid «t, and north of Thlrtieth-st.; can sat- \
Isfy about responsibility to pay iboreut. Call or ad- J
diessN. B. 0., corner Canal and Eighteentb-ste.
WANTED— TO KENT—TWO UNFURNISHED fr
rooms, by two adult person?, on either avenue, jo
south of Twenty-second st. Private family preferred, m
Add’ e?s K 25, Tribune Branch office. ol
W AMJLIi-'IU RAN T-IiALJf OF FIRST- FLOUR
T T of a store, for our pickle business (no mauuUc
luring), on South Water or Riv*r-bta. S. DiNGEB 1
Bl«». 127M’Chlgan-av. _]
AGENTS WANTED,
Agents wanted—profitable employ
mert.—We wlalx' to employ gentlemen and la
dies to solicit orders tor the celebrated Improved
Buck ere Shuttle hewing Machine. Stitch auke on
both sides. It will stitch, hem, fell, tnck, cord, bind,
biald. gather, and rnffie.—and sew frem the finest
nainsook to beaver overcoatings and leather. For
further particulars address W. A. HENDERSON &
CO.. Cleveland. Ohio, or St. Louis. Mo.
GENTS WANTED—FOR THE STRUGGLE OF
’72. A grand chance. Nothing ever offered
like It before. A novelty in political and popular
literature. Agents address Union Publishing Co.,
Ibs Twenty-second-st, Chicago,
GENTS WANTED—FOR THBCITY. ON THE
b-'Pt first-class family sewing machine in the mar
ket. Good Inducements to good men. Call between
8 and 10 a. m. and 12 and 2 p. m., at 150 State-at.
GENT WANTED—A STEADY AND BELIA
tie man to sell several fast selling photographs.
Gallon J. SMITH. 546 Canalst.l
AGENTS WAN TED —FOR TJH E COPPER CABLE
Lightning Bod Company, In rear of 1045 Wa
bash-av.
GENTS WANTED—FOR |THE COUNTRY TO
sell and trade low priced lands and lots. We
offer great Inducements to any man wanting to make
money fast. Send for circulars, P 63 Tribune
office.
Agents wanted—to sell to private
families In Chicago, the new letter and paper
box, needed at every bouse. Commission 3ux) per
box. T, C. LAMB. 127 West Washington-at.
A gems wanted—tukek first class
apprtsof experience and ability, with references;
no other need apply. MARTIN «fe JAKES, Room 13.
122 Olark-st-
Agents wanted—i want some parties
to sell cheap lots at private sale—family gro
cery men or other persons. Address S 60, Tribune
ofilce
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AN ELEGANT PIANO WILL BK SOLD AT A
sacrifice for cash, at No. ITS Twenty-thlrd-st,
near State-st,
ORGANS AND MEiODEONS TUNED AND
repaired at the Cabinet Organ Factory, 63 East
Imllana-st.
IA NOS AND ORGANS TO BENT. SECOND
hand Instruments at bargains, from $lOO to 3276. at
W. W. RIMBALL’S, corner of Wabash-av and Thir
teenth-eta.
MITH AMERICAN ORGANS IN 44 DIFFER,
cut styles, for parlors- lodges, halls, churches, etc,
w. w. KIMBALL, comer Wabash-av and Thir
HE HALLETT. DAVIS & CO ARK
found only at W. W. KIMBALL’S, Wabaah-av.
and TMrtfcnth-at
FOR SALE.
FOB SALE—2O,OOO FEET * INCH BLACK WAL
nut lumber. For all kinds hard wood lumber,
call on or address OGLESHEE & MATTINGLY,
corner Canal and Eighteenth fits , Chloago.
OR SALK—ROGERS BROS. A 1 PLATSD
ipoona and forks.4.B.and 12. Job lot; will sell
cheap. WM. A. W. WHEELER. 315 State st-
FOB SALE—IN BOND, ABOUT 80 GALLONS OP
Scotch malt whiskey U per cent, and 34 gallons
old still Scotch maltwhlskey2s per cent; also 2 quarter
casks of Otard’s fine pale cognac 16 per cent. Bids
are Invited for cash. Samples sent. Must be sold.
Address N 99, Tribune Branch office.
FOB sale—at a bargain, an entirely
new soda water apparatus. Call at 185 North Hal
stFd-at.. In grocery.
OIAIRVOTAHTS.
DR. MATHEW AND MADAM MAYNARD CAN
tell of business, Journeys, marriages, law salts,
absent friends, lost or stolen property; can positively
tell the truth about anything you may wish to know;
cures all diseases or no pay. 169 West Madison st.
BB M SMITH, BUSINESS CLAIRVOYANT,
853 Wabssh-av.
Madam IDELL, THE CELEBRATED FE
malephyslclas and astrologtst, Is now perman
ently located In Chicago. fchehas noequalin herpro
fession In telling the post, fpresent, and future. Her
advice In regard to business is Invaluable Call and
be convinced of her groat power. Satisfaction gnar
snteed or no pay. By mail inclose $2 and'stamp, with
exact age and name. Address or call on MADAM
IDFLL. No-150 West Washlngton-nt.
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE,
T^^EXCHAKGE^ONE^C^B^MOBE^SCr^ feet lots.
In Irving Park. Any person can secure a
splendid home having any kind of good trade to give
na. Cal and submit your (offers. T. O. LAMB, 127
West Washington-at.
ANTED *— TO EXCHANGE CARRIAGE
* work or real estate for carpenters work. Apply
at 44 Pacillo-av
board wajheb^
Board— a gentleman and wife and
single gent, deslie a home during summer
months in some private family living in the country
not over 20 miles from Chicago. Address E 56, Tribune
ofilce.
CARD—WANTED A FURNISHED BOOM
with board, In a Jewish famiy, for man and
wife. Address, with name ftml number, Y C 3, Tribune I
Branch office. |
WANTED—MAM HELP,
Bookkeepers, Clerks, &o<
‘WANTED—A PERMANENT AND ADVANC
* » ing position will be given to a young man is to
>o years of age, who wxi ea a first rate hand and has
some knowledge o( bookkeeping. One living at home
prefer:ed Address stating salary expected, refer
; fences, Ac, k 23, Tribune office.
WANTED—A CLEBK IN A STATIONEBY
V store, with references. Address X 22, Tribune
once.
WARTED-AN EXPERIENCED LAW CLERK,
ff or else a lawyer competent to take charge o{
conn practice, to whom an interest In hnaiuess might
he given. Address X 40, Tribune office, giving same
ann relerence. Confidential, if desired,
Trades*
■WANTED-TINNEBB AND CORNICE MAX
eis? to competent men the heat of wages paid.
Apply to No. 2i9 West Taylor-st. Chicago Cornice
V orka.
ANTED-IMMEDIATELY—AT WASHING
ton Foundry, 19 am) 21 North Jefferson-st. 4 good
pattern makers 80-LUES, PYaYT «s cO.
ANTE!—FIRST-CLASS GALVANIZED IRON
cornice men at Zinc Ornamental Works. 164
Chlcago-av.
ANTED—2 BUTCHERS AT PEOPLES MAR.
ket, corner Lake and Leavett.
ANTED—A GOOD PRACTICAL MEAT-ODT
tor. No. 6 Davls-st one block west terminus
Randolph-st. cars on West Lake-at.
AfcTED—A GOOD SASH AND BLIND
. maker. Inquire at MCDOUGAL & McKIN-
LaY’S planing mill, Nos. 42 and 44 North Sangamon
st. near Lake.
ANTED—A FEW FIRST CLASS GALVAN
izediron cornice workmen; none other need
apply. P. J EMERY & BROTHER, 95 and %7 South
Desplalnes-st.
ANTED—MARRIED PROTESTANT PLAB
- and tnder. who wishes to own a home in
suburban town, to figure on plans, at U34 Mich*
igsn-av.. at li oo’ook-
W AN'J ED—2 FIRST CLASS BI.AUKSiIITHa’
vf helpers; steady work and good wages; at 454
Flfth-av., near Polk st.
TICTANTED—TWO FIRST-CLASS BUTCHERS TO
T T work fn a market; to the right men wages will
not be an object. Apply 623 West Lake-at
ANTED—A BLACKSMITH HELPER AT
carriage factory, 621 West Madison st
ANTED—6 FIRST-CLASS HARNESS MAK
ers Immediately. Apply to R. COLLIN, 133
•rwenty-Becond-st
ANTED—2 GOOD BDTL’BEhS AT PROPt.V’a
market, comer Lake and Leavltt-st atissa^sg|
TTCTANTSD—SOME FIRST CLaSS VEST AND
Pants Ircnere, and 4 lady ironers, at
314 West Randolph. Also a German girl to do general
housework. a
ANTED-A CARRIAGE HELPER IN REAR
of 620 Washlngton-av.
ANTED—A FEW MORE FIRST-CLASS GAIZ
vanlztd iron-cornlce men at Zino Ornamental
works, 164 Chicago av.
ANTED-BNAP AND CAKE BAKER. MUST
. have full practical knowledge of the buslnesa.
Apply at 189 West Randolph st
ANTED—A GOOD CARRIAGE TRIMMER,
one ihat wants a steadj Job and good pay. at 243
WestT»elfth-at W. A. RUoSELL.* Vy
WANTED-A GOOD CARRIAGE IRONER’S
» f helper at liS Mlchlgan-av., this morning.
ANTED-MEN 'JO WORK ON STOCK AT !
CBOSSUaN <ft CO.’S Livery, Boarding, and
Kale Stables. 414,416 and 418 Randolph st.
Coachmen, Teamsters, &o,
WANTED— A FIRST-CLASS TEAMSTER, AT
factory corner Elngabury and lllinoie-aL
YTTANTED—A COACHMAN WHO UNDER. 1
▼ f stands the care of horses, «tc. A colored man
P k 6l t * Cal { thia monilll S at 10 o’ oloc h, at 51 West
Miscellaneous*
WANTED-TRaDE and family sales*
men. here and everywhere. Goods Indlspensa*
pie. No hnmbng. I Oc 81 West Adams-at.
ANTED—FOR THE CITY, A FEW MEN TO
take hold of the heat and most popular family
ana manufacturing sewing machine now r-efore the
public. Recent improvements not to oe excelled hr
any other sewing machine. The beat of Inducements
and uncanvaaaed territory to the right men. Call be*
twe en 8 and 10 a. m, and 12 and 2 p. m.. on A. STONE.
150 btate-st.
WANTED-A, smart colored boy as
J * brush boy in the Transit House Barber shop,
union Stock Y aids.
ANTED—MEN TO SELL GOODS BY SAMPLE.
Those acquainted with the paper collar trade
preferred. Call at 205 Mlohlgan-av. np stairs, from 9
to 12 a. m. * *
ANTED—B FIRST-CLASS CANVASSERS FOB
advertisements,' at 65 Exchange Building, cor
ner Clark and Washington sta. between l and 2 p.m.
ANTED—A GOOD JaNITOB IN A BANK.
References required. Address O 59. Tribune
omcct
ANTED—EMPLOYMENT GIVEN TO IMEN
apdboya. Apply at 2U Westßandolph-at.
TOANTED—THIS DAY, 500 RAILROAD LA*
» * borers for Detroit & Bay City Railroad ; wages,
pperday; board,s4 perwetk; fare free. Also suo
lor Jackton, Lansing «k Saginaw Railroad, at $2 25*
far* - and board furnished to the worn. Also i.ooo to
go to Lake Superior; same terms; 200 to work in saw
mills at $23 to $33 per month and board : 60 for farm*,
brickyards, etc. Apply to CHRISTIAN & DING,
101 south Canal-st., up stairs. *
TOT ANTED—S FOR CITY; 200 MORE TBAOK
if layers, spikers and laborers fur North Pacific,
wages $3; 200 *ood railroad men for Northwestern
y> lacont-in, aed 100 for Streator, Illinois ; wages from
12 to 12.50; no charges to go to the work; leave to
day ; sawmill and farm hauls. AN CELL & COAK.
ER, 21 W eol Randolph-st.
WANTED-THIS DAY, 3 BRICK MOULDERS
ff in sand; wages, $3 to $4 per day. AlsoiOiabor*
era, from 52 to $2 50 per day. Also man and wife to
board the men ; everything furnished, addiv to
cHRIbiIAN <fc BING, 101 feoaiucaaal-st. lv y
ANTED—A MAN TO WORK ON A FARM,
ff one that understands building. Inquire of A.
H. ALLEN, 131 Milwaukec-av.
TOTANTED-MEN LOOKING FOR EMPLOY*
ff ment to call on KIMDaLL & CO.. i 69 West
Wadi|°u-Bt. Business legitimate. Pays better than
ANTED—TO LEAVE SURE TO-DIY, 200
more men for the Menomonee Railroad. High
wages. Free fare and no fees: also 10 sawmill hands
to go to-night by steamboat. Wages |ss per month.
59 vv«st Baidoiph. <3 We.tKlnzie st.
ANTED—LARGE BOY, 14 TO 16 YEaR 3 OLD,
to work In stove shop, or deliver goods. Must
oe good dejlverer and take care of good horse at a ore.
P* 1 * 61118 be ’well recommended.
EbMAY’S bedding store. 2(7 West Madiaon-st.
anted-600 railroad ladorers for
diflerent loads Wages from $2 to $2 25 per day;
jueo, 50 sawmill hands, >Vagea $35 per month and
board; tree fare. Appy early at 35 West Washlng
lon-ot,. Room 1. °
ANT* D—l 000 MEN IMaEDTATnf.v to
woikon (he Northwestern Railroad- Wages
frem to $2 25 per day. Plenty station work at from
20 lo 30 cents per yard ; board, f»per week. Entirely
free fare acd no olflee fee. Good chance to get a steady
Job and »uie pay. Agent leaves tonight with the
men. bo bring your baggage without delay to our
olllco, No 20North Canal-st, where sou can get full
Information of A, EuHLER.
ANTED—FOUR GOOD FARM HAND3-MEN
that have been used to haying; none others
need apply at GAGE’S Prairie Garden, two miles
couth ut the Brighton Boose
ANT ED—2OO LABOREBS FOR THE WlS
consln Central North Pacific Railroad. Wages
$2 2o to $2 60 per day, company pay. Aiso, 25 farm
bands, $25 to e-’0 per month and board. 15 sawmill
hands. ©26 to $35 and beard. 20 teams, $4 50 per day.
15 quarrymeu, $2 25 per day. 25 men for brickyard,
$2 25. Smoulders, $3 per day. Apply to BNE»-.L «fc
bUAW, 28 West Madfoon-st., and 23 West Randolph
st.. only agents for above named work.
T\7 ANTED—A GOOD COLORED BOY OR GIRL
ff todoiltchen workln a boarding house: bestof
wages* 761 Wabash av.
\JC AKIED—A FEW FARM HANDS. 12 MILES
.oVn, lll country; good wages. Call for PYNE,
123 West Washiigton-st.. up stairs.
ANTED—A BOY. 16 OB 18 YEARS nm TO
run a boiler in a bathing establishment; one
that has had experience. Apply at southeast corner
ot'l'wenty-second-st. and Mfoblgan*ay.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
West Side.
20 ANN-ST-A lakge PEONTKOOM
V with board for gentleman and wile or two single
gentlemen. Location firstclass and no other hoard
-4-5 ANN-fcT.—LADIES AND GENTS
. , 11 j a Pl°dflant and social home, with good
table board. Terms reasonable. “
4-fi ST.-BOABDEBS WANT
ed- Board 34.50 per week.
AU. AORTH MAk-SI.—NJCRLY FURNISHED
front parlor, for gentleman and lady or two
single genuemen, with board. House and furniture
new and first-class; low price to prompt pay.
KQ WEST RANDOLPH-ST.-UP ONE FLIGHT
00 of stairs—Day boarders wanted.
*7 ft PEOBIA-ST.—NICE, LARGE, AIRY
week, claBB toar< l» only §5 50 per
QQ ASHLAND-AV—A PLBaSANT HOME IN
. . ». a mall family, for two gentlemen. Boom well
J Paik Cd; tenns reaa o ia We: half block from Ualon
1 A A SOUTH PEORIA ST.—THREE GENTLE
men can obtain good board and pleasant front
room, gas and bath.
1 WEST ADAMS-ST. FURNISHED
LG" rooms.with board, for gentlemen or gentle
men and wives-
QQ/£ WEBTADAMS-ST.—CAN ACCOMMODATE
OtIU persons wanting board with nicely furnished
rooms ; first-class table; private family.
QQft WEST BANDOLPH-hT-BOaRD, IN A
OUU private family, with large front room, for
uE-lied, suitable lor two persons.
A ft fT-'WEST JACKSON-bT.—PIiEASANT FUlt
-tu t Dished rooms with good board, one block
frem s~ rcet cars and park.
WEST MADISON ST—A GENTLEMAN
Gv I andwlfe.or two single gentlemen can get
good board and pleasant rooms In a private family
where there are but few boarders.
£*OQ WEST AD AMS-ST.. NEAR UNION PARK
vAu —Elegantsulteaol lurnlehedanduafamish
ed rooms with board; house new, modern, and aur
rounded by lino grounds This is one of the finest lo
eationa and best accommodations on the West fflde.
So nth Side*
*J Q ELDRIDGE COURT—A NICE SUITE OF
L O rooms, together or singly, with first class table.
Reference required.
OOTWENTY-SIXTH-ST TWO FURNISHED
AJ AJ rooms with board, ono large front room and
one parlor bedroom.
OQff MICH IG AN- AV—P L£ ASAN T FRONT
A/otF room, with board, for two gentleman, at
moderate terms.
Q/l A . MIOHIQAN-AV. 3 LARGE NICELY
rooms, one single room, with board,
lor gentlemen or gentleman wife* Terms reas
onable.
A QQ BUBNBIDE-ST. (NOW DEARBORN)
tk:C/t7 near Twenty-ninth and State sis—Pleasant
loom** with first class board at lowest rates. Every
’convenience of hotel with freedom of home combined.
Kin WABABH-AV.-A SUITA OF DE3IBA
ULv ble and handsomely (furnished rooms, with
board; also singlerooms. Apply at 506 Wabash av.
Q WABASH-AV—A LARGE, WELL-FURN
lahed room vrlth an alcove, to rent, with
board ; alto room for two gentlemen.
£4lO WABaSH-AV.—A NICELY FURNISH
-o"vcd front room, withboard. Also, a single
room. References exchanged.
WABAtiH-AV. A LAKGE ROUBLE
yUrt room, with board. Only wanting
lirsi-clacs accommodations need apply. Evening dm
ners. Refeience required.
ttKl WABASH-AV—HANDSOMELY FILtL
I tP JL nishtd front suite, for gentleman and wife
withboard. Hot and cod water In room. Accom
modations strictly first class.
1 QA£ PRAIRIE-AV-TO BENT-LARGE.
IiIUU handsome rooms, withboard for two een‘
tic men. Also, small room for 1 or 2 gentlemen. 6
I iaLUMET’AV. NEAR TWENTY FOURTH-
Country.
CrHORRAN BOARD.—A PEW MGEE SUMMER
jjonraey can bo acoommoaattd at the winneua
Mu4aakef«“i?ai H “ u ' 16 mUM Wy.oa
WANTED—FEMALE HELP.
Dorns.tlo>. .
3- TTT.AJ-TED—OTEL TO COOK, WASH, AND TBOS
j) TT at 1213 Prairie ay.
\i ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS COOK. ALSO, A
. VI girl to do general housework. Apply at 11 Booth
r * S?«- don-et.
r- TT7ANTED—A GOOD COPE. WAHTTKR, A Vri
q VT ironer. Apply *4 644 Mlchigan-av.
Wanted— a good german girl, for
general housework, 20 North Carpenter, hot
f Lake and Randolph.
* TS7ANTED-I STARC HER. ILAUIES’CLOTHES
a VT irontr, 1 shirt ironer, at Jefferson Park Laun
dry. 434 West Madison.
\yANTED—AT MBS. B ATESMO PEOKOOURT,
it cook and laundress, for families in city. Evans
ston. Highland Park, and Harlem; good wages.
3 TOANTED-I WILL PaY $4 A WEEK TO -4
"T, ko°d girl to do general hourework. Mustoome
well recommended. Apply at 60S West Adams st..
j near Hoyne-st.
TFiNTkD-GIRL POR GENERAL HOU-StC
i f J*' w ’ ork * .S 0 wages. Cali immediately at 283
I wamn-av. third house west of Hoyne.
■W a NTED-A YOUNG PROTESTANT GIRL,
Jv r A. 11 e .?E d B , eat » lo care of a baby 3 months
old. CaU, with references, at 1031 Wabaah-av.
W ANTED-A COMPETENT SECOND GIRL
1 roe-st ° r * tmall A PP!y to No. 533 West Mon-
Wda‘ S T™rAnJl o ag°av° 0K - CAIX rOBaTWO
V)yANTED—AN OLD LALY TO DO HOUSE-
w f ws r « It*# bavo references. Inquire of Mrs.
rLYfta, 51 bholto at.
WANTED - TWO GIRLS FOR GENERAL
housework in a private family, at 107 Loomis-st.
AKTED-A competent COOK. good
■w-ges paid. Inquire at 340 West Washing-
AN T£ D-IM ME DIATELY-A GIRL PJR
general housework in a private family. Liberal
wages to a good girl. 294 Warren ay.
ANTED—TWO GOOD GERMAN GIRLS. ONE
for second work, and the other for cookfng.
SuSS* ; ™ !SOa 13 “■'*«
ANTED-2GIRLS FOR GENERAL HOUSE
nai-at 01 * S ° od wageB B ivQa - A PPIJ at 59 North Ca-
ANTED NURSE GIRL, GERMAN OR
Swede preferred. Apply, for 3 days, at 153 Ellis
av., Cottage uro<e.
ANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR ORNTI!R«r.
housework; must understand, washing and plain
cooking; email family; good wages. 743 West waah
ington-st.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBE
f f work in small family. CaU at 349 Calumet av.
near Twenty nluth-at.
XT’ANTED— a GIBL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
Tf work in a family of three. Apply at 1073 Wa
bash av.
W AI *TED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
tt hop* ework In a family of six. Good wages and
no boardeis. CaU at 463 Fulton st. near sheldoo.
TENANTED—A NURSE GIRL AT 1333 WABASH
tt av. Must he one that has had experience.
ANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work at 192 West Twelfth-st.
T^ANTED— A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
tt work, washing, and irenlng. In Lake View; liber
al wages to one bnoglng good recommendations. Ap
ply to GREEIt «fe AYER, 62 Soutli Canalst. 1 ]
ANTED—A FIRST CLASS COOK IN A PRI- 1
aaeffitm at. famU7 * Apply for two days at 62 North j
XXTANTED—A GOOD GIRL TO COOK, WASH 1
T f and iron for a smaU private family, at 1064 Wa- i
basb-av,
TENANTED—A WOMAN COOK AT TFTW. CAT.T. \
TV foralaßestaurant, 83 South Canal st. {
ANTED—A GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK FOR |
two; none but a good washer and Ironer need 1
apply. 213 West Randolph at. *
TENANTED—A GIRL TO DO GENERAL WORK |
tt in a small famUy, at 76North Sangamon-st. |
TUANTED-A GOOD COMPETENT GIRL FOR
tt general housework at 841 West Adams at. j
W ANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK IN r .
t» a smaU family ; must be a good 000k, washer, :
and Ironer, and come well recommended: liberal !
wages. 910 Mlchlgan-av. *
ANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOB G ENERAL 1
housework; mnj*t be good cook, ironer and wash*
er. Apply to-day. 1224 wabaah-av. \
ANTED—A GOOD GIRL TO DO GENERAL J
housework is family of three: good waxes will ,
be paid 745 West Jackson st. * <
ANTED-A SECOND GIRL, AND TO TAKE
care of a young chUd. Call at 397 Mlohlgan-av., ,
near Thirteenth-st. *
ANTED—A YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE Carp: t
ofchUdren. Apply at 705 Wabaah-av. 7
ANTED COOK, CHAMBERMAID, TWO ►
laundresses, and kitchen girl for housework: i
f° r aU kinds of houaeworkl ‘
Mia. THOMPSON, loop State at.
WAKTED-A GIRL TO DO SECOND WORK; 1
must bring good recommendations. Apply from '
9 to 12 o’clock at 5u3 Mlchigan-av. 1
ANTED—A GIRL TO DO SECOND WORK AT 1
72 West Lake at., up stairs. I
TET ANTED—ALL THE GOOD, COMPETENT '
J T girls In Chicago to come to our office once, and
they will always come hereafter, to procure situations '
a*» cool s, dining room, pastry, laundry, and kitchen
girls, cooks, etc , for hotels.restaurants, and private 1
houses. Hundreds of orders constantly en hand • (
highest wages paid to competent help. Girls wasted J
fiom the countrv. fcq AB EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
126 West Monroe-st.
ANTED-TWO GOOD GIRLS THAT UNDER- .
stand the hairbnslnesa thoroughly; no others J
needapply. Cailat3f2l West Madison-st. *
Seamstresses* (
YTTANTED—A GOOD OPERATOR. WITH MA- >
▼ t eMne, to work on underwear, at 127 East 1
Elghteenth-bt :
W ANTEt»—BIX GOOD SHIRT MAKERS AND k
two button-hole makers, at 413 Stats-st. Steady 1
work at d geod wages. F. F. MONGER <fc CO. f
WANTED— WOMEN OR GIKLS TO WORKON q
pants, coats, and vesta, at 211 Michigan-av., ;
south of Van Bcren-st. (
Housekeepers* j
TYTANTED—A LADY' UNDER 30 TEAR 3 OLD •
TT to act as htusekeeper for gent and wife, in a
nelchiiorlng city; have a permanent home. D 93.
Tribune offlcA
Miscellaneous. 1
TTTANTED-TWO LADIES’ CLOTHES AND K
tt live good shirt irouers. Applyat HOME LAUN- «
DRY, 633 btate-st. ®
TXT ANTED—HELP FOB VESSELS, BOATS, *
tt city and coamry. The highest wages wIU be **
paid. Inte-ligence Office, 50 Shermaa-st. near Harri- 2
son. -
InTED-A WET NURSE. APPLY AT 832 J
West Mogroe-at. tt
BUSINESS CHANCES,
A WATERMILL, WITH A DWELLING HOUSE
xx and 32 acrea of land, for sale cheap. The
mill buildlngjof stone, 3 stories high; two run of
burs; machinery complete and perfect; a ao’Jd
atnne dam ; water the year round ; In one of the beat
wheat growing sections of the fc tate; one mile from
B, R. station. now doing a good custom
and retail trade. 050. Hi WINN, Wheat
land, lowa
GOOD BARGAIN —A BOARDING HOUSE
wllh 11 beds, with saloon attached, and all fixtures
and all stock, with lease at low rent; goodreasoa for
selling. Inquire at 170 Booth Deaplainea.
AN OLD ESTABLISHED MANUFACTURING
business that will pay a net profit of $6,000 per
year, for sale orient. Inquire in rear of6l4Hub
bar d-st.
FIRST-CLASS BOOT AND SHOE STOCK
for sale in Rochester, Olmstead County, Minne
sota. First-class store and trade, in a thriving and
pleasant city of some four thousand inhabitants. In
one of the best counties In the State. The only rea
son for selling Is. wo wish to go into the wholesale
trade. Address Box 1328. Rochester, Minn.
PARTY WHO OWNS A HALF INTEREST
in a boot and shoe business near Chicago, desires
to sell it The trade Is a good one, and the parties re
spectable. Address Q SS, Tribune office, with name
of applicant.
FIRST-CLASS STuVE, TIN, AND HARD
ware store, on the North Side, for sale. A rare
chance for any body that wants to go into the hard
ware business. For particulars, address HARD
WARE, 141 Milwaukee-av., Chicago.
REWERY FOB SALE, SITUATED AT NAPBR
vllle, ill., on a lot 150x150; stune building, 75x125,
2} stories, with vaults and 2 ice houses : coat $18,000;
will be sold for $6 000; contains machinery, pomps,
and hose ; 2 hollers, 60 brls and 10 brls; also, beer
cooler, eto. Terms,J cash; balance 2 years, with
Bj>er cent interest. Inquire Of KNAUBB BROS.. 55
North Clark at.
EST BASEMENT SALOON ON SOUTH SIDE
for sale; fixtures and 3} years cheap lease : only
S2,CCO Plenty of business. R. Q. GOOD WILLIE. 133
WestMadlson-st.
ifIONFECTIONERY NO. 70 aOTTTTT TTAT.STFJV
st, adjoining the Academy of Mnato, for sale.
OWLIN’S DININGROOM FOTt RAT.W
particulars call at No. 102 West Lake-at.
OB BALE OR RENT—HOTEL WITH 100
rooms, well furnished: bar, billiard room, Ac.
Address HOTEL 254 East Water-st, Milwaukee.
AUNDBY FOR SALE—WELL RfiTAßMfiggn
and doing a good business. Address O 38, Trib
une Branch office.
EAT MARKET, FIXTURES, ICEHOUSE,
horse and wagon, eto on State-at—BARBER &
BIEDLE, corner Twenty-ninth and State.
T> ARE CHANCE FORA LIVE BUSINESS MAN
-Ll» —For sale a stock of all kinds of goods usually
kept In a country store Will sell or rent building—
coi stotlDg of a large store, residence rooms, and good
•ollar. $l,OOO down : time on balance. Thostoiehas
thetradeof the whole county. Reasons for selUng,
sickness of the family. Address DAVID STONE.
Aurora. Hamilton County, Nebraska.
SMALL LA UNDAY FOR SALE CHEAP—SOUTH
Sl<*e. good location and business Good reasons
lor selling. Address P 70, Tribune Branch office.
HE BOOKSTORE AND NEWS DEPOT IN
the Post Office Building at Conncil Bluffs, lowa,
for sale. Has a well established trade ranging from
olo.cco to $20,000 per annum. Bent moderate. Satis
factory reasons given for selling. Amount of stock
on band $4,500; terms, $2,500 cash, balance in 1 and 2
years. For further particulars apply to Western
News Company. Chicago, 111., or address the propria.
tor. J. F. GOULDEN, Council Blnffa, lowa.
HE STOCK, LEASE, AND FIXTURES OF A
fancy goods store for sale cheap. Located on one
of the beat streets In the city. Will be sold cheap.
Address U 85, Tribune office.
Cl Art CASH WILL PURCHASE A * INTER
v Vest in a good paying business, in which asv
oral thousand con be made this season. Have $4OO
worth of goods on hand. T. C. LAMB, 127 West
Washington st.
i&QAft WILL PURCHASE THE GOODWILL.
fOUV lease, and stock of a nice profitable busi
ness, suitable for lady and gent, T. O. LAMB. 127
West Washlngton-at-
CiQrtft "WILL PURCHASE A LAUNDRY
tJJJOv/vJ whioh cost SaOO, doing a splendid business.
It must be sold. The owner cannot possibly attend
to It. T. C. LAMB, 127 West Washington st.
WKAA MY HALF INTEREST IN LIGHT.
CUtIUI/* genteel, cash jobbing business, and $lOOO
stock, clearing s.'oo monthly.- established; no risk : no
honns asked 96 West Washington at-, Hoom 4, ’
WILL PURCHASE A i INTEBESTIN
uDt/vv/ a good office business; established for is
year#, and paying from $3OO to $l,OOO per month. Also,
hiclndir gdeed for 2SO acres of good land, with perfect
t}- e l maat leav ® the city.- T. C. lamb, 137
W eat Waehington-st.
«7AA WILL BUY ONE OF THE BEST LOCA-
V • vv ted laundries In the city. Good reasons
.or gelling. T C LAMB, 127 Woat Washington at.
*2l nn AAA capital wanted, in a ma
chine (Iron) Manufacturing busi
ness, which is already lestabllshed on a large basis,
and capable of increase. Yields good margin of pro
fit, and Is located in a large citv in New York State.
Address “MANUFACTURER,” P. O. Box 5057, New
York
DIVORCES. _____
Divorces wiYho'utnewspapbr notice.
All law business done. NEWELL PRATT, State
aud United States Attorney. 404 South Clark-st.
DI FORCES LEGALLY OBTAINED WITHOUT
unnecessary process. Fee after decree. Scandals
avoided Address P. Q.. Chicago. IIL
IVOR.OEJO LEGALLY OBTAINED ; FEE AJ
ter decree; scandal avoided; cine years' pwg
tine in thfl rrnirteof CThlftam- AddrA2g_Fj_g_^2L222l:
PERSONAL.
PERSONAL— IF N. LAMB WILL GALL A"l’
Tribune office he will find a letter ‘waitingtor
him,
SITUATIONS WAXIO-IULESI'
Olttki* **-
QITAUTION WANTED—BY A YOUNG LAW
*p yerinafirst-olass law or real estate office. Ad
areas U 79. Tribune office.
situation wanted—bv a young man as
porter ia anv kind of baaiaes*. Best
oi atyrefereno«a given. Address 170 W. Randolph.
Cc&ohaesi Toaoxstera. &o«
SITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPHDJVT
and sober your g Swede as coachman
is wall poatei in the city, and ca^c?m»wa?fpS.‘^ ;
menied. Address Q«, Tribune office * Weil rocom *
SITUATION WAN7ED-AS COACHMAN BY a -
man, who can give undoubted refarnna.
to honesty, sobriety and capability. CaU ollSdnS!
WILLIAM, private stable, rear of 433 Mic Wgaa-av 4l
ITUATION WANTED—AS COACH MAN BY A
youth of high moral character: careful driver
miUa well. Address ALBERT DALTON. 130 Bura
side-st.
ITUATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN BY A
No. 1 raon. of staid, temperance habits; the best
of city references. Address C 44 Branch Tribune
cilice.
Miscellaneous.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAR
ried man, Scandinavian, as laborer in a packing,
house or other wholesale establishment: is sober ami
Industrious, and desires permanent employment. Ad.
dress U 74, Tribune office. u
ITUATION WANTED—BY A MIDDI E-AGBD
Englishman to tale care of horse and cow, aud
work round ihe house, or to attend an elderly gentle
man or invalid : and wife to take some part In or out
of the house; town or country. Can give proofs of
respectability. Address for three days O 73, Tribuno
office.
SITUATION WANTED—EITHER IN THE
O wholesale or retail drug business, by a young
man who has studied medicine for three years. The
best of references given. Address A, care William
x onng <fc Co., Boom 15, Chamber Commeree,Chicago.
ITUATION WANTED—IN BOOT AND SHOE
boose for lowa and Missouri trade. Can bring a
good trade. Address X 70. Tribune office
ITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN IN
any kind of a wholesale house as a packer or per-
U r i. Eas the beat of city references. Please afldresd
H 60, Tribune office.
QITUATION WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCE
O edbar-tenrter- AddressH. A. BBEDE. No. 214.
est Waanlngton-st-. elty.
SITUATION WAKTED-A RELIABLE M vN.
p woo has been connected with a large company as
travelling agent In selling goods, appointing areata,
making collections, etc., would like to make an on.
gagement, either to travel or remain in the city. Ad.
dress 063 Branch Tribune office.
’ SmrATIOHS WANTED—PEMAI*
( Domestics.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLB
O girl to do kitchen work and sowing in a private
• family. Call lor two days at 7u O’Brien-at. V
ITUATION WANTED—TO COOK, WASH, AND
iron in a tlrst-class family. Good reference. An
ply at 144 DeKoveu-ar.
WANTED-FOR AN ORPHAN
O girl 17 years old, where she can learn to do house
work and become generaUy useful. Wages not so
much an object as a home with good influences Ad
drees for one week, T 30, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD COOK.
O washer, and ironer. In a private family. Bofor
ences If reqnlred. Apply at 143 Sectmd-at.
ITUATION WANTED—BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman in a small private family as cook
and laundress Good reference. At Mrs. DAff-
SON’S. 71 Cottage Grove av.
(QITUATION WANTED—TO DO DINING ROOM
kj work In a tirst-class private boardinghouse. Ad
dress N 36, Tribune Branch office.
ITUATION WANTED—AS COOK AND SEC
OLdgirh, City references. Call at 152 Nineteenth
s'
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL AS COOK
in a private family and help to Iron. CallatSSi
Twenty ilfth-at.
SITUATION WANTED—A WELL EDUCATED
girl wishes a place in a nice family, where she coa
make herself very useful around the house. A good
home in preference to high wages. Address-fit 23.
Tribune Branch office. *
-ITUATION WANTED—FUR SIX Nu. ICHAlif
barmaids; also2oother giriai want good situa
tions. 126 West Menroe-St. STAR EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE.
Seamstresses*
QITUATION WANTED—BY A GERMAN GIRL
Oto sew in private family. Apply at 25d Twen.tr
flrst-st.
QITUATION WANTED—BY’A YOUNG LaDT.
O to do liana sewing in a private family or dressmak
ing establishment. Address BK, 602 state at.
Housekeepers*
QITUATION WANTED —BY A COMPETENT
O American lady as housekeeper; no obleciionta
the country. Address W 77. Tribune office.
SITUATION YOUNG WIDOW.
stranger In the city, as housekeeper for a widower
ortodo light work in a small family. AddreotK?*.
Tribune office. J a
SITUATION WANTED-ASHOUesEKEEPSRBY
an American lady, of 20. who fully understands
ner business, or would accept a position as operator
or saleslady in a sewing machine office. Unexcep
tionable references given and required. Address V ft
Tribune office.
Miscellaneous.
Situation wanted—by a young lady
from the country, as clerk in a store, insuranao
office, or as copyist. Address B 36, Tribune office.
ITUATION WANTED—BY A Y’OUNG LADY
as clerk or cashier, or as dressmaker ; no obj«c-
Uons to country. Address O S3, Branch Tribune office.
ITUATION WANTED—AS SALESLADY OR
governess, by an American lady of large basi
nets experience, who is fully competent to All any
position where capacity, integrity and experience
aie required, first class references given and re*
quired. Address Y' 53. Tribune office, fora days.
ITUATION WANTED—BY AN AMERICAN
lady, to take charge of a widower’s family, o' as
cumpauicn for an invalid. Address Mrs. HELEN N ,
Box 29, Monroe, Mich.
LOST AND FOUND.
ST—ABOUT 2P. M.. TUESDAY, ON ABEB
deeU’Mt., between Jackson and Madison-sts. or on
a street car from Aberdeen at to State st, or between.
State-flt acd the Chicago. Burlington & Quincy de
pot, a lady’s wallet containlrgis? and some postage
ttamps a liberal reward will bi paid to the parry
leaving the same with J. L. HATHAWAY, corner of
Randolph and Market sts.
OST-TWO PARCELS ON MALISON-ST CAR,
Monday, July 19. The gentleman who was seen
t« pick them up will confer a favor upon the owner
If he will return them to 512 Waba«h-av.
OST-MONDAY fSVENING. NEAR OB AT
Michigan Avenue Baptist! Church, a gold bind
bracelet The finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving it at 45 Peck-court L. a. TRKAK.
V REPUBuIU LIFE
XJ Building and the Union National Bank, a certi
ficate for ten shares of the Republic Life Insurance
Company’s BMck, isaned to H. H. Hurt. July is i*r>
The finder win confer a favor by leaving-the same at
the Bepubllo Life office, 157 and ls9TinSslTfi-nt',
08 T—A LARGE POINTER DOG, WHITE,
with liver-colored spots, one round spot on loin
about two hnd half inches la diameter. Return th*
dog to 1184 Indiana av., and gee reward,
OST..DAEK BROWN HORSE, HIGH HEAD!
wjU formed, 15J hands high. 12 years old, comet
01 left fore foot corked, lower half of mane rubbed ofL
A reward awaits his retain to 703 West Van Buren-at,
'OUND—A LADY’S SHAWL—ON THE TRAIN
j , Ir 9 m Bvanston. Sunday afternoon, Jmy 1/,
wnlch the owner can haqe by proving property and
paaing for advertisement.- Nc. 114 North Curtis at.
S£S^??r O H,, T ? a .. KIGaT OF JULY M. ebojc
my stable at the looks, one mare mule, a dun color.
H tands high, a, lltuo sweeoiwl oi
the right shoulder; the hair is off the sweenled ahoul
der. Any person returning the said mule will receive
the above reward. P. H. JOYCE, comer of Ash
land-av. and Canal Locks.
Q7RAYBD-A BROWN HORSE. HAS HAIR
O off in several places about the head and fore parts
from bruises received on the cars. Finder will re
ceive a reward by returning to the second house
south of Twenty-ninth at., ion Berdan-st The horse
weighs about LO5O, has no shoes on, has two scars on
his forehead. P.McCORMIOK.
TRAYED OR STOLEN—ONE BQRRBL yißg,
6 yean old, white star in forehead, light mane
and tail, free stepper. One small bay mare. 6 years
old, white hind leet. and some white oc front feet,
star in forehead, andbranded on near shoulder. * Any
inf 01 matlon will be suitably rewarded. Address L.
D. OWEN, 976 North Clark at., Chicago.
HfIAKEN UP—AT THE BRIGHTON HOUSE,
JL one pair of sorrel horses, July 12. One horao has
bad eyes. J. L bak«. "
Q*| A (REWARD—STRAYED OR STOLEN, A
vJ-v bright bay mare. 7 or 8 years old, is knee
sprung, mane and tail white and red. white feet, star
In forehead and stripe in face, B. O’ROURKE.24 Ga
ribadi-Et.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES,
A FINE STOCK OF PHAETONS, JUMP-SEATS,
basket phaetons. Concords, business wagons, top
and open buggies, and light carriages of every de
scription at 1 S- TOWER & BROS., manufacturer*
and dealers, 105 Sonth Clinton st, near Madison.
AND STILL THEY COME—ANOTHER LOT
of those new phaetons, two seated carriages,
piano hox buggies, open buggies, and bnsinaes wag
on# of every description 01 our own manufacture,
and the beat of all is. we are selling at lower prices
than ever. FLETCHER, LsZEAR <fc CHENEY,
148 Michigan-av. *
OR SALE—HORSE, HARNESS, AND EX
press wagon. Horae 7 yoar old. $175 gets them
all. Apply at 203_La5a116-sc, South side.
OB SALE—VERY PINE YOUNG HORSE,NEW
harness, and good second-hand top baggy, cheap
for cash. Address Z 95. Tribune Branch omoe.
OR SALE-CHEAP—TEAM. HARNESS. AND
wagon. Can he seen at 175 West Adams-at.
OR SALE-CHEAP—OR EXCHANGE—ONE
10 and one 14 passenger omnibus, second-band.
W. MACKELWEE, 265 West Lake-st., in rear of
blacksmith shop.
OR SALTS CHEAP—BRICK YARD DUMP
Carta with harness to march. Just the thing
for Brick Yard men. GOVERNMENT GOODS DE
POT 195 and 197 Lake st.
OR SALK—AT A BARGAIN, 4 GOOD COAL
carts. GaORGEW. BOHANON, 53 aud6o
Madlson-st |
OB SALE-AT PATRICK’S-AVENUK BTA
hies, <62 and 764 Mlchlgan-av, 2 heavy draught
weighing i,SCO lbs. each, and they are sound
and kind.
TKTANTED—A SPAN OF MATCHED PONIBE
"I for a lady to drive and ride Give description
and pi ice. Addrees W. E. S„ Circuit Cierk'e office.
■\JsT ANTED—A HORSE AND B )Y TO HOIST
fv materials on the building corner Wabash av ami
South Water-ala.
TVaNTED-AS 'FIRST PAYMENT ON COT
it tage and lot. a good horse, or horse aud buggy.
at placing mill. 524 and 526 State-gt.
PARTNERS WANTED,
PARTNER WANTED—IN THE REAL ESTATE
commission business ; one thoroughly acquaint
ed wlih the business preferred. Address Y 89, Trib
une Branch office.
ARTNER WANTED—an INTEREST IN A
good real estate firm, or to help parties In selling
their subdivision, a ddreaa w as. Tribune office.
ARTNER WANTED—BY AN OLD-E3TAB-
Ilshed fruit commlaslon house, a partner will*
from $2,000 to $o,C00; an active, energetic man can
secure a good business and control his own capital*
Address K 27, care Chicago Trlbnne Company.
ARTNER WANTED—WITH CAPITAL, TO
manufacture an article that will pay 500 per osut
and meet quick sale. Address, or call on D. HOUR
GKQIB. ia Park-av.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
T' /V^EEMPIRE^OMBINATION > PARLOR #
stead occupies only one-quarter the space of an
ordinary bedhead, ami Is an elegant piece of furni
ture, convertible Instantly Into a perfect bed. Four
stylos, adapted to parlor, dining room, library, and
office. The old bachelor's single bedstead now ready.
Sold on Installments of $lO monthly. EMPIRE pah-
LORE El STEAD CO., »52 West Madlson-at.
T AA VARIETIES OF CHAIRS; ALSO BED-
X.vr V steads, bureaus, commodes, mattresses, eto ,
at manufacturers’ lowest prices, it is f>r yourJutec*
est to examine before buying. EMPIRE PARLOR
BEDSTEAD CO., 333 West Madlsoa-at.
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