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SUBURBAN REAR ESTATE.
F'"'oBSALE-AT SOOTH EVAIfSTON, SEVERAL fine sow houses, with all tho modern improvements. Yeung married men, sow is your opportunity to secure a fjjt-ciM* home where you can ha to gas and water; a homo in every sense of the word as good as any on tho av enno, and a place noted tor its good society, both literary lied social, we will build houses to soil the tastes of tbo most fastidious. Our lots are largo and beautiful, and. «rb*n tho many improvements cow under contract are Mrtnaloted, will surely double la value. WARREN, ygiEXEY A CO., I£6 Dc&rbsrn-st., Honors Block. FORSALE-AT WASHINGTON HEIGHTS: Fir#acre* timbered ridge, for subdividing, one block frani d*mroy depot; price will insure purchaser 50 per Acnt profit in 1873. Also Z acres prairie. 2blocks from 2 depots. ' -Also 4 fine building sites, heavily timbered; each E3iC5 ft. neardepot. __ have lots In el! parts of Morgan Park and Washing ton Heights, and will furnish free transportation to par ti»* desiring to invest In this rapidly-growing suburb. Call before 9:30 any morning during the week, in time Ibt train* B. F. CLARKE A CO., torirau*. LU LaSaUo-st. T7OB SALE-SIO,BOG-A BEAUTIFUL PLACE AT _T Willow Springs, on the Altqn 4 St. Louis Railroad; acres, high ground, CO feet above the river, covered with a fine gtovo; good boose, bam, 4c.; -splendid view, >c The improvements alone are worth $5,000; only 3a ndl’o from depot; title perfect. This charming place is but «milcs beyond John Wentworth’s form, and is one of the roost attractive places within easy reach of tho city. For investment or residence, it is tho most desirable place that can be found, within less than an hour’s ride from the Chicago Depot. It is a rare bargain. Tbo timo is sot far distant when such high lands will be appreciated, cad will command four-fold their present valuation. J. WARREN, IB Chamber of Commerce. T7OR SALE-UN TIL MARCH 1. ON MONTHLY PAY- J} mentr, without interest-choice lots for $350, close to ration and Normal School, Ehglcwood; also, now 8-room house and 59-foot comer lot, only S&K) down. STORRS 4 WARE. 91Waahington-it. TpOR SALE-SUBURBAN— -60 acres in Sec. 5, 39, 13. 2<) acres at Hawttiorne. 10 acres ou South Park-ar. Boulevard. 6 acres on Eighty-sovcnth-st. Boulevard. Acre tracts on Stony Island-ar. and Soventy-first-et. Other tracts acre property. CHACE 4 ABELL, 484 Dcarborn-st. Honoro Block, v7iOR SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE' LOTS IN HYDE i 1 Psrk by CHACE 4 ABELL, ISlDearborn-st., Honors Block. ' 1 . FOR SALE-FINE HOUSE IN WOODLAND PARK will take house on West Side In part pamieat. CHACE 4 ABELL, 184 Dearbom-sU, Honoro Block. For sale-by g. D. BEEBE. U3 LA SALLE-ST.: Very choice acre property at Riverside and at Ken sington. _____ For sale-very cheap for cash, a lot in town of Cornell; size, 25x130. Address A 32, Tribune office. T7OR SALE-CHEAP, 51 ACRES LAND SUITABLE r f or subdivision oa Northwestern Railroad, S7O ncr tens. WHIPPLE .A MCWHORTER, 64 South Dea pioincs-st. * OR SALE-HALF-ACRE LOTS AT WASHINGTON Heights, $400; will take sash, doors, and blinds in payment. C. W. DEAN, 64 South Desplaiaes-st. XIOR SALE—AT NORMAL PARK, ENGLEWOOD, A Ji cottage of S rooms, 8 minutes’ walk from depot aud 6 ninnies’from Normal School; will bosoldchoap and oa easy terms. Any ono contemplating a retldcnce in the suburbs cannot do better than investigate this. Address Cl 9, Tribane office. For sale-washington heights—lo, u, and 120 acres in different parcels at Morgan Park and Washington Heights. ABA W.CLARKE, 120 LaSallo-st., Raomß, basement. • For sale-in winnetka. a beautiful new villa of ten large lino rooms nicely finished; 2 acres tine ground running to the lake shore, well, cistern, bam, shade, fruit trees, etc. A rare chance to sccuro a fine country home at a low price and easy terms. Inquire sf R. M. or J, S. HAMILTON, J9 Stalest., comer Washington. —OR SALE-RESIDENCE LOTS IN ENGLEWOOD; two cottages at Austin; Michigan fruit farm to ex change. J. ALATTESON, 69 LaSalle^st. FOR SALE—BARGAINS IN ACRE TRACTS: 20 acres on Elgin Railroad, 33, 40. 13. $1,200. 31 acres on Madison-st., 15, 39, 13. $1,200. 40 seres on 0., B. 4Q. Railroad, near Riverside. Ex change, 40 acres, 95. 40,13. $2,500. 5 acres on North Branch, near Rolling Mills. Cheap. 40 acres fronting boulevard, 18,38,14. $1,509. 8 acres northeast J4 25. 33, 14. Starr 4 Klein ins. $1,600. 80 acres Washington Heights. $509. STORKS 4 WARE, 94 Washlngton-st. Fob sale-splendid suburban property. at Irving Park, 4 corners. 200 feet front each, 165 foct deop, on easy terms. Would take iu part payment good bouso and lot in city. North Side preferred, or unim proved property. North Side, cast of Clark-sc. Above Sroperty Is la Block 18, two blocks from depot, has abun ant artesian well water; railroad faro 7 cents. Address OWNER, 205 East Kinzie-st. For salb-or exchange-for city prop erty, £1 acres, throe-fourths of a mile south of Nor mal School, with bouse; well improved, and all kinds of fruit trees; Bine Island dummy passes the promisosten times a day. Apply to P. J. DUNN, on tho premises, Bheridan-av. For sale—acre property on the c., b. 4 Q. B. R., near Lawndale at Hawthorne and Riverside, andboulevard fronts east of Douglas Park. Apply to G. B. HUBBARD, JR., 168 Washington-st. For sale—house and lot at Oakland. city limits, at a sacrifice, if taken this week. Eaty terms, and a bargain. Apply to ULRICK 4 BOND, 87 Pearborn-st., Basement- POE SALE-90 ACRES (30 ACRES GROVE), WITH buildings and Improvements that cost $15,000. 16 miles from Chicago and one mile from station on C., B- 4 D. R. 8., a very desirable place; part payment will be taken in city or suburban property. Apply to G. 5. HUBBARD, JR., 163 Washington-st. FOR SALE—3O OR 60 ACRES, SUITABLE FOR SUB dividing, IM miles from Irving Park, 1 mile, from (auction of Chicago. St. Paul 4 Northwestern Railroad, on easy terms; also 200 feet north of BBclewood. in the rrove, at $25 per foot, on easy terms. J, SOUERBRY, 122 LaSallo-st., Room 17. | For sale-austin and Norwood park cronertv in lots or blocks. Wo have aomo bargains. WILSON, PEIRCE A CO., Room 6. No. IS2 Clark-st. For sale-by ii. c. morey, 77 clark-st.-a 10 aero block in the delightful suburban town of buns - dale, on C., 8.4 Q.K. R. Good society, churches, schools, and accommodation trains at low fare. Price $4.000. ; TTOR SALE-OR RENT-AT HINSDALE. ON MOST j} favorable terms, farms, houses, and lots: houses from $1,500 to SIO,OOO. Address or inquire at Hinsdale, or at KH State-st. Q. J. STOUGH. FOR SALE—ATTENTION—£OxI2S FEET ENGLE wood, near Narmal School and depot, with particu larly well built nouse, 8 rooicMbosides bath-room, wash room, and fine cellar; must sell. Call Monday, if you don’t want to loss a bargain. Also, lots In Sqnth Chi ctgo. Washington Heights, and Jefferson. ». OTIA- WaY, 79 Daarbom-et, ' For sale-at Norwood park-new house of 8 rooms and lot 50x150 foot, near depat, on monthly payments of SSO, without interest. Also lots on monthly payments ol $25. F. M. FOX, Room 5, 159 LaSailc-st. • FOR SALE-VALUABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY In Hyde Park, handsomely situated, good house and plenty of ground; will bo sold low and on easy tonus lx applied for at once. Address Box 91, Hyde Park. Foe sale— io acres, seo. si, 40, is-, easy terms; rare chance for subdivision: tnroo railroad stations within 5 minutes’ walk; half a mile from city urn- IU; other sood property token in pirt oichanse for either ' whole or Kvif interest. ALEX. H. GUNN, 148 LaSalle. FOR SALE-NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE A nice now house, built as you want it, in the most de sirable locality at South Englewood. Longtime and easy payments. Seo A. F, NOBLE, Room 2, Tribune Budd ing. , POR SALE-HOUSES AND LOTS ADJACENT TO J? tho depot at South Euslowood. on monthly, quarter ly, aad yearly payment,. A. F. NOBLE, Room-, rrib tme Boflding. _____ F)R SALE-BY CASSETTE, SPRINGER A YOUNG, Real Estate and Financial Agents 151 Madi soa-st.: £6 acres fronting north on I-ifty-nfth-st. Bouie vsrd; will divide and sell parts; no greater bargain for. the future. * ' "DOR SALE-300 FEET ON GREENWOOD-AV., J? nearFifty-fiftb-st. Boulevard, east front; it Is good either for building or as an investment: in a natural mTe. Apply to Cassette. sprlng£r * young. Seal Estate Agents. 149 and 151 Madlaon-at. FOR SALE—E. L. CANFIELD, 60 LASALLE-St., Lake Forest residence property Improved and vacant. Those seeking suburban houses should visit this beautiful suburb. Austin lots near depot, churches, and school. Englewood lota near depot, church, and school; will bufld houses for those desiring It, In Soc. 22,39, 13, five acres. • ' For sale-at englewood, two acres, with cottage about }i of a mile from station: also lots K»tof Wallace EL, between FUty-tljlrd«nd lUty-fonrth cheap; and on easy terms. COBTHELL, U West Wataiugtoa-st. For sale-17** acres improved, at des plalnea; will make splendid subdivision • cheap and easy terms. MDIRHEAD A CORTHBLL, 122 West Washington-st. For sale -by pabker a stowe, room is, s. E. cor. iladison and Clark-sts., 72 lota in Chiftick’s Subdivision of N « of S Mof S K H N E H Seo. 18, SS. Kone sale N. W. of Englewood and miles from Stock i aids, near boulevard. One of the above firm will be at thwn Hall. Stock Yards.'on Saturdar, March 1, at2p. Hu, from whom purchasers may learn terms, otc. Owner resides on premises, and will show property. 'Also, acre property on Humboldt Boulevard, and 35 lota in Sherman's Audition to Holstein. on the most satisfactory terms. T?OR SALE CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS AT JD wholesale acre prices. 85 lots yet for sale out of 144 W-footbtL which lam selling for $14,000; average price less than 9100 per lot: terms, s2s'cash, balance SlOper month. EDMUND G. STILES, 275 East Madison-st., Room 51. tjlOR SALE-NEW SOBDIVISION - LARKIN 4 r JENKS hare a now subdivision of 20 acres at the now Northwestern car-shops. These lots are 60x1.A. Those wishing choice comers In this new city should call soon. We will seU these lots, for a few daye. very low, for a vory small cash payment, balance on five years time. *v e ex pect to sell them all In thirty days. Office, southeast cor ner Clark and Madisou-sls., Room 1. ]?OR SALE—6-ACRE BLOCK-SOUTH ENGLE" I wood: easy terms. 20 acres at Washington Heights, cheap* crrxr Bargains, inside and outside property. E. 1. oUM WALT A CO., 163LaSaIle-<t., basement. 2_ POR SALEWA - NUMBER OF 6, 10. ■OR*° ACRE * acre tracts near and fronting Humboldt Park, nod on the lines of the Chicago A Pacino and 0., M. 4 bt. Railroads, suitable for subdivision. A. A L.S. PIERCE, , I*B De&rbom-st. '• pOB SALE —AT CORNELL. NEAR CORNELL a’Watch Factory, high and dry acre property, m blocks o* acres, very cheap; easy cash payment; balance i.-. 3. and 4 years, at 8 per cent, optional; good for subdi vision ; 1M trains a day to the city, carrying passengers to tteWest Side, Vanßurcn-st. and Grand Union Depots. additional particulars apply to G Abbfc.iiß, pHESGER A YOUNG, Real Estate Agents, 149 and 151 Madison-st. T?OR SALE-NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE A i? nice home In Hinsdale, oneMyterms. wtnpon high land before the flood comes. Houses §1,600, §3, two, HCOO, §5,000, and more. Inquire at Hinsdale, or fcM gtatfrtt. O. J. SXOUGH._ . Vos SALE-ON EASY PAYMENNTS OR WILL A exchange for Improved city property, farm of itu «?», B milee from city limits, near elation, fare 16 cent.: all under cultivation, nfew modem built house of 15 moms, large cellar. Two good bams and out-buildings, P®artngorchard, plentyof small fruit; alsostock, grain, farming implement!*, etc. Finest suburban home in Cook County. CORTffPI.T., 122 West Waahington-st. poa SAL E-WASHINGTON HEIGHTS—LOTS OR i .cro, cheap. Free faro for customers. Call at 9AO Lm. L. L. WILSON, Room 4, 22 LaSalle-at. R SALE-SPLENDID RESIDENCE AT WINET ka with 2>‘acres of ground well laid out with fruit grapes, etc.: this is abargain. For particulars, ap ply to EL F. ELDRED A CO., 155 Monroe st. • T?OR SALE-SOUTH EVANSTON LOTS^LOSETO P depot and public school: ndge lots and grove lots, 16 to3ofeet above the lake, with direct sewerage tothe h£c. «dxsls to $25 per front foot, on e*sj terms. CHAsK* ADAMS, SI Bryan Block, Chicago; T. F. WHEELER, wwi Block. Evans ton. SUBURBAN REAR ESTATE. FOB BALB—IO ACRES, SEIPP’S SUBDIVISION. 5,10, or 15 acres on Stony Island-av.. near Cornell. 15 or 36 acres near Stony Island and Sonth Chlcago-avs. 10, 15, or 80 acres at Sonth Englewood. 10acres on Halstod-st., near rlfty-fifth-st. Boulevard. 10 acres near Union Stock Yards, subdivided. 10 or 20 acres near new car-shops of O. A N. W. R. R. 3 or 6 acres at Hawthorne, very chepp. Bargains in acre property and lay near Brighton. Several pieces of acre property near Sonth Lynn. Houses, lots, and acre property at Hinsdale. Acre property and lots at Jefferson. D. L. A O. W. PERRY. IC6 LaSalle-st. T?ORSALR-EVASSTO.V AND SOUTH EVANSTON X 1 House and lease of ground for £750. New bouse and large lot, 83,000. New house and two lota, 84,u00. New house and fine lot, $7,000. CHAISE 4 ADaMS, 31 Bryan Block, Chicago. T. P. WHEELER, Lyons Block, Evanston. FOR SALE-LOTS AT HUMBOLDT PARK AT very low prices on monthly payments. B. F. CLARKE 4 CO., 122 LaSaUo-at. . T?OR SALE-ONLY $9 PER FOOT, 3tf MILE NORTH X 1 of north city limits; 31 lots at Maplewood; much loss than auction prices;. O. McDONNELL, 171 East Madi son-st. FOR SALE—6 ACRES. OR ANY PART, NEAR Central Park; Lako-st. runs through Centro. K. J. BRANDT, owner. No. 474 Wabash-av. For sale— io acres at- Washington Heights, subdivided Into two 5-acre blocks, at $260 Eeracro. Mcaah. A. G. STOREY 4 SON, 145 South lark-et., RoomS. ■ TO EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE-FOR REAL ESTATE, A STOCK of clothing hats, caps, and furnishing goods. 328 Stato-st. K. 4F. O EXCHANGE-A GOOD HOUSE AND GROUNDS at Hinsdale, in exchange for lot in city. O. J. STOUGH, 804 State-st. . TO EXCHANGE—A RARE CHANCE OFFERED TO those wishing to exchange real estate fora very de sirable stock of cloths, dry goods, and notions, now at Kenosha, Wis.; goods invoiced at cost price amount to $9, UOO: clean, nice stock, suitable lor immediate sale; owner has too much other business to manage store, and wishes to dispose of it at once. Call or address ULRICH 4 BOND, Agents, 511 Wabash-av., and 159 LaSalle-st. rpO~EXC IIAN G E—A MAN UF ACT U RING B UST- X ness for city property, a house, vacant lots, or house and lot. Value from to £3,000. Address X 40, Tribune office. TO EXCHANGE-VINE RESIDENCE AND SEVEN lots at Jefferson, and eleven grove lots near tho depot at Washington Heights, for unincumbered farm store or hotel la the country. Address S. O. SCOTHAN, No. 6 South Pooria.at., Chicago. .Apply Immediately. To exchange-stock: of best manufao ture of locks, exclusive sale. Will exchange part in terest to a business man, or hardware bouso, who will tako charge of business. Examine stock from 12 to 2, at 72 East Madison-gt., basement. - rpO EXCHANGE—A FINE PIECE OF CITY IM i. proved property for aero property, near the city. AN DREW PEARSON A CO., ItKJ South Water-st. TO EXCiIANGE^CHEAP, SUBURRAN LOTS FOR jewelry, watches, horses, or other good personal prop erty. Address, with particulars, li T6, Tribune otSce. TO“EXCU ANGE-160 ACRKSOF LANiri'NKANSASI and SI,OOO mortgage on a farm, for Improved city prop* ertv. Will assume small Incumbrance. CORTHELL, 123 West Washington-sl. rpO EXCHANGE-FOR CITY PROPERTY A LARGE X list of linelv improved farms, near Chicago, of ovory size and price to suit. C. MCDONNELL, 171 East Madi sou-st. TO EXCHANGE-FOR A FINE HOUSE AND grounds on.one of the avenues (r.outh), a good paying business property on the Wusr. Side. Owner does not wish the promisesadvertised. Foradditlonalparticulars, apply to CASSETTE, SPRINGER 4 YOUNG, 149 ond L>l Madhson-st. TO EXCHANGE—7SXISO FEET, WITH NEW BRICK buildings on State-st., near Thirty-second; want 100 or SOO feet on one of the avenues, east of State-st. CAS SETTE, SPKINGER4YOUNG, 149 apd 151 Madison-st. T” O EXCHANGE-TWO GOOD HOUSES. WITH lots, on Shurtleff-av., north of Thlrty-tirat-st. Want unimproved lota oast of State-st. CASSETTE, SPRING ER 4 YOUNG, 149 and 151 Madison-st. TO EXCHANGE-A FRAME HOUSE, WITH LARGE lot, on Twonty-socond-st., near Prairio-av., for mar ble front on onu of tho avenaacs; difference, if any, paid in cash. CASSETTE, SPRINGER 4 YOUNOTuSand 151 Madison-st. TO EXCHANGE-FOB IMPROVED CITY PROP erty a farm of 90 acres in Bonton County, Iowa: small house, fenced, and under cultivation; soar Vinton. CQRtHELL, at 122 West Washington-st. mO EXCHANGE—MY RESIDENCE IN CHICAGO X for residence in suburban or Interior town. For par ticulars address J. CADWALADER, 15 SllVor-st. TO EXCHANGE-REAL ESTATE UNINCUMBER od for hardware, cutlery, guns, pistols, and sporting goods, at 60 West Madison-st. TO EXCHANGE-GOOD LOTS NEAR HUMBOLDT Park for a house on West Side to remove before May 1. S. F. NORTON, Room 32, 156 Wasblngton-st. TO EXCHANGE-COTTAGE HOUSE 20x44, LOT 37* x 125 to 18-foot alley, throe blocks west of Lincoln Park entrance, for vacant lot on North Side worth about $4,000. Address B 92, Tribune office. TO EXCHANGE-NICE SUBURBAN HOUSE AND $1,500 cash for cottage and lot in Chicago. Address 0 34, Tribune office. . O EXCHANGE—A GROCERY STORE DOR-'O good business, cheap for part cash, balance trade. Most sell on account of sickness. J. M. BEVERLEY, 21 Oriental Bnildlng. ' ■ TO EXCHANGE-FOR TWO OR iTHREE DWELL- Ings worth SIB,OOO or $20,000, a choice business lot of 40 feoton Markot-st., near Randolph. C. M. DONNELL, 171 Easi Madison-st. TO EXCHANGE-TWO LOTS ON SOUTH CANAL st.. for bouse and lot worth about $12,009. _Assumo Incumbrance. WM. B. LANGLEY, 69 South Canal-st. TO EXCHANGE-FOR MARCHANDISE, HORSES and buggies jewelry, or furniture, a few .good lot* in Lemont close.to railroad, 25 miles from Chicago. Ad dress J. F., 62 Pacific-av. TO EXCHANGE-HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND buggy for strictly choice suburban realty. Address E 71, Tribune office. TO EXCHANGE-CITY REAL ESTATE, FARMS, acre property, and lots, with cash and merchandise, or vice versa. J. W, BROWN, 383 Wabash-av. TO EXCHANGE-FINE FRUIT FARM NEAR ST. Joe, Mich.. £0 acres, for large stock or grain farm, or a farm: and a6or 10 aero piece with a good house near some good town. Address T 43, Tribune office. TO EXCHANGE—FIRST MORTGAGE NOTES AND real estate for stock of goods. Address B 58, Tri bune office. WANTED-SAN DIEGO, SAN FRANCISCO LOTS, TT or California stock and merchandise in exchange for new 12-room cottage and lot. Address Xl 6. Tribune offieg. PARTNERS WANTED. PARTNER WANTED—IN AN ESTABLISHED AND paying business; a few thousand dollars and good business ability required. Call or addroas Room 3, 89 Madison-st. T>ARTNER WANTED-WITH SSOO TO TAKE HALF Jl interest in an old established produce commission business: first-class references given and required. Ad dress O 58, Tribune office. . PARTNER WANTED-WITH SIO,OOO TO TAKE AN Interest in a safe cash business of foaryoars* standing. Satisfactory reference given. Address Tl6, Tribune of fice. PARTNER WANTED-A GOOD CHANCE IS now offered for a partner with a capital of from $6,000 to SB,OOO, in a good paying and substantail manufactur ing business; one ofthe oldest established in the city. Apply personally to E. A. JOHNES, 166 West Monroe-st. PARTNER WANTED—S4O, COO—AN ACTIVE PART nor in New York, for tho lard oil pressing and refin ing factorage; domestic and export trade; facilities and acquaintance established; business of long standing; as sociating with equal capital, and to take place of retiring fiartner. Connections with a Western bouse preferred, tacking by ' 4 special” a good business man as above. None but principals noed address. Box 1313, New York. PARTNER WANTED-A EUROPEAN GARDNER and horticulturist of large experience desires to meet with a party, owner of suitable grounds in the city, and about $2,000 ready money to engage in the business of gardening, the culture of plantsaud of Cowers; advertiser thoroughly understands the building of green-house?, etc.; baa been employed here for some years, and can satisfy whoever reflects that large and snro profits will bo realized out of tho undertaking. Address K 97, Tribune offioe. ‘ PARTNER WANTED—BY A HOMOEOPATHIC PHY- Mclan; good references.* Address UOMCEOPATHIST, R 83, Tribune office. PARTNER WANTED—IN AN OLD-ESTABLISHED X drug store with a growing business; amount of capital required about $2,000, Address A 32, Tribune office. PARTNER WANTED-IN A FIRST-CLASS, WELL established wholesale bouse: a conservative business man with $30,000 can find a business in every way satisfac tory. Address Y 55, Tribune office. TJARTNER WANTED-BY A PARTY OF LIMITED X moans but possessed of a valuable connection in tho wholesale lumber and shingle commission business of the city, with a firm of moderate capital desirous of engaging in the business. Address, stating when and where an in terview may be had, E 66, Tribune office. •PARTNER WANTED—WITH S3OO IN AN ESTAB- I Jiahed grocery business. South Side; or, will sell. H. S- DIETRICH, Room 8, 77 West Madison-st- PARTNER WANTED—IN A WELL ESTABLISHED moat m.rket; half Interest for SIOO. For particulars, address on Monday, O 12, Tribune oflico. •DARTNER WANTED—WITH SI,OOO, TO JOIN THE X advertiser (who haa $1,000) to open a retail tea and coffee store. Address O 20, Tribune office. ARTNER WANTED—I WANT A PARTNER WITH goo to take a half interest In the safest and best business In Chicago for the capital invested. Call at 494 Wffbmiti.av., and investigate. ARTNER WANTED—WITH ABOUT 82.000, TO take an interest in safe and profitable manufacturing busimss. Address B 75, Tribune office* ■ PARTNER WANTED-OB BACKER, WITH 81,000 or *62 000, to put on the market an article on hand of great vakm; party furnishing means can control goods. O 81, Tribjno office. PARTNER WANTED—A PARTY WITH CASH CAP ital or available credit, as partner in a safe and profitable business South. References and business first-elass. Address D £5, Tribune office. ; PARTNER WANTED—IN MERCANTILE BUSl mss, with small capital. Must have references. Apply vfter to-day 157 Flfth-av., Room No. 4. Partner wanted-with ssoo capital, i:t a go<d paying legitimate business, that will pay 56,000 poraxmtm. Address G 61, Tribune office. PARTNER WANTED-EITHER SPECIAL OR geneal, with about §S,«M, for the fumltnra busi ness, in wdeh the advertiser has had 15 years’ successful experience but by loss from fire requires more capital. A Ircforon-cs given end required. Apply Monday at the office of S. f. WELLS, Honore Block, comer Dearborn and Monroests. ARTNEI WANTED—WITH A FEW THOUSAND dollars, h an old-esUblUhed and paying commission business. V. have an agency worth*?, 000 yearly; 1 gbt expenses, aacto the right party can offer a good opening. Address O 15,Tribano office. ; XIABTNERVaNTED—WITH $5,000 TO SIO,OOO, IN E . jobbing tid-, to oitond the bnrineM. Rtferenccs rivenmid requtsd. AddreM J. S. WILLIAMS, cart of Carrier 63, ARTNER WVNTED—WITS §BOO TO §I,OOO CAPI tal, to manuicture a new article paying from viwu to *SOO a month clefprofit. Address, with place of inter view, X Si. Tribue office. STB-fiTED OB STOLEN. CTRAYED-ON'HE 17TH INST.. A SMALL-SIZED O brown cow. wit a whito face. The finder will be lib erally rewarded by laving information as to her where abemts with C. H. «.cks, 860 West Lake-sl. CHAS. BONNER- CTRAYED-ON SATURDAY MORNING, THE 22D, Oi dark brown hon, blind of the right eye. U S on the loft shuulder, a blisto mark on the neck. Whoever will rotorn the same to Noloo Mather-st. will bo rewarded. THE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 18/3. TO RENT—HOUSES. TO RENT-BY W. H. SAMPSON A CO.. REAL Estate and Home-Renting Agency, 144 LaSalio-st.. Otis Clock : HOUSES-SOUTH DIVISION. 728 and 728 Wabasb-av., 2-atory trama Sense, 12 rooms, each from May I. 1873. 1262 Wabasb-av.. 9 rooms. Throe-story brick house on Wabash-av.; near Harm on court, 18 room*, from May 1, 1873. . 1446 and 1448 Pralrie-av.. 8 rooms. WEST DIVISION. ! Stores and dwellings above, 500, 562, and 564 West Mad- Ison-st. Two-story and basement brick house on Washingtdn ®t*j nearLlncoln-at., 13 rooms, completely furnished. xnrmshed hou:a on Peoria- it., near Adams. West Sholdon-st., 3-story and basement, 13 rooms, $63.33 por month. Two-story frame honso 12 South Cllnton-st. _ NORTH DIVISION. 329, 331, and 833 Chicago-av., new 2-story brick hoes' s. 11 rooms each. VS f H**llllnols-st.. stores, and dwellings above. 637 Webster-av., now house, U rooms. House and store 970 Clark-st. 390 Chicago-av.. new stone-front house, 11 rooms. 714, 716, and 718 North Franklia-sU, new houses, 1 11 rooms each. ’ Houses for salo and rent In all parts of the city. Apply W. H. SAMPSON A CO., 144 LaSmllo-st \UEr TO REST-AT THE GENERAL REAL ESTATE AND HeatingA tunc, of DREW A NEWBURV. Room. 8 and 9 Bryan Block: j , Eldridge-court, 8-story and basement marble front house of 14 rooms. ( I—o Wabaah-av., 2-story and basement house or 10 rooms. 1515 Wabash-av., 2-story house, Brooms. W7 Wentworth-ar,, house of 7 rooms. 114 North Paullna-st., cottage, 7 rooms. >a rd; ,s t., 2-story frame house of 14 rooms. JO L West Adams-st., 2-story frame house of 11 room i. 7 Flournoy-«t., cottage, 6 rooms. ’Two tenements of 12 rooms each In brick building coi uer of Beach and Harrlson-nts. 210 Sedgwick-at., house of 9 rooms. 743 Sedgwick-st., brick house, 11 rooms; barn. 424 Bullerton-av., 3-story and basomunt marble font house. 476 and 478 North LaSalle-st., 2-story and bason ent houses, with Mansard roofs. 26 rooms in building corner of North Wells and F ins dals-sta., suitable for a small hotel or boarding housn 16 rooms on the second and third floors of tho bull ing ho. 204 Waahingtou-st. 13 South Water-st., 26 rooms. Michigan-av., 2-story and basement house, i rom May 1, 1873. 735 and 737 Wabash-av,, from Mav 1, 1873. Also, good ground leases on Randolph and Lake sta. for a long term of years. TO RENT-A NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE.W barn; Michlgan-av., north of Slxteonth-st. Th« niture will bo sold cheap. OSCAR FIELD, 42 ar i Congress-Bt. rro KENT-A HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS ON PARK-. JL all modem Improvements; possession March 1; SIOO per month. Address Q 56, Tribune office. TO. RENT DESIRABLY-LOCATED HOUSES. North, South and West Sides, from S3O to $l5O pur month. M. CANFIELD, 150 LaSalls-st. 1 TO REN T—D WELLIK G, TWO-STORIES AND basement, IS7 Suporlor-at. None but tiret-class par ties need apply. Inquire of C. MARKUS, 195#, Mil wankoo-av. TO RENT-THE MAIN FLOOR OF A PLEASANT bouse, two squares from Union Park; water, gas. and closets, coal house, back and front entrance, and ball; terms, S3O per month; at home today. No. 90 North Aah lond-av. T" O RENT-ON WEST WASHINGTON-ST.-FlßST classhouse, 11 rooms, modem improvements; furni ture for sale, oil new, at a sacrifice. Address O 28, Tribune. TO RENT-TWO STONE FRONT HOUSES ON WestWashlagtou-st., connected; 30 rooms;full of good paying boarders; furniture forsale, if desired. Call at 314 West Washington-st. rPO RENT—AND FURTITURE FOR SALR-AN 1!- X room, 2-story aud basement house, well furnished ! every room). Furniture, beds, and bedding, carpets, ace curtains, etc, will bo sold at a bargain. Location very desirable, and root an object. For particulars and schedule of effects apply to H. J. GOODRICH, 368 Wa bash-av. TO RENT-A GOOD HOUSE, WITH BARN, wat<*. etc., south of Harrison-at., and near Hoyno. GILBERT 4 GIVINS, 58 LaSalle-st. TO RENT-COTTAGE. WEST SIDE, 7 ROOMS, $35 furniture complete, for a song. J. £. KIMBALL, Real Estate Agent, 126 Dcarborn-at. mO RENT-COTTAGE IN REAR OF2CS ABERDEEN X st., atSIQ per month. mO RENT-98 CORNELIA-ST., A SMALL REAR X cottage of 5 rooms at sl3 per month. TO RENT-COTTAGE, 713 HUBBARD-ST., WITH feet basement, above ground, cheap. Inquire of F. J. SMITH, 15 Methodist Church Block. TO RENT WABASH-AV. 2‘STORY FRAME house, 13 rooms, with or without furniture; bam and carriage bouse: No. 1029 Wabasb-av., corner Twenty third-st.; with largo lot. SNYDER 4 LEG, 14 Nixon building, northeast comer Monroe and LaSalle-sts. TO RENT-AD AMS-ST.-A LARGE FRAME HOUSE furnished complete: large lot, bam and carriage house; Adams-st.. near Asbland-av. SNYDER4 LEE. No. 14 Nixon’s building, northeast corner of Monroe ana LaSalle-sts. TO RENT-SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF building 47 North Clark-st., now occupied as a board ing house ; immediate possession given. Large basement. Inquire on the premises. TO RENT-HOUSE, BARN, AND LARGE LOT. NO. 1134 Michigan-av., corner Thlrtleth-at.; splendid chance to beginLousekeeping; now furniture fqrealeat a great reduction; if desired, will sell on long time, monthly payments, or exchange for merchandise or build- Ing material Call at honse. TO RENT—TO A PARTY WHO WILL BUY SI,OOO worth of furniture, the eight-room cottage No. 311 West Washlugton-sC.; rent s6j per mouth; lease until May, 1874; immediate possession. Apply at tho honse. mO RENT-A HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS, SUITABLE - X for a boarding-house, in good locality. Inquire at 166 West Adams-st. TO RENT-HOUSE OF NINE ROOMS IN GOOD neighborhood at S6O a month, possession given March 1. Stoves and gas fixtures for sale. Inquire on premises, 307 West Jackson-at. near Aberdeen. TO RENT-A TWO STORY COTTAGE- CONVEX lent to business, sl6 per month. CAHILL A GO'S., 1112 South Hulstod-st. TO RENT-HOUSE, 45 MINUTES’ RIDE. sl2; i rooms South Jefferaon-st., $10: 5 rooms, sls: farm. 160 acres, 15 miles out, with stock and utensils. EDMUND G. STILES, 275 East Madlson-st., Room 51. TO RENT-HOUSE, AND FURNITURE FOR SALE; greatest bargain in tho city; must be sold immediately. 251% Park-av. TO RENT-SMALL COTTAGE CORNER OF WOOD and Van Buren-sta. at slsper month. TO RENT-A BOARDING HOUSE OF 13 ROOMS, in good repair; water and gas; low rent to a good tenant. Inquire, with reference, at 600 State-st. L. r . HATHAWAY. TO RENT-NEW TWO-STORY HOUSE, 302 WAL nnt-st., water, bath-room, etc. MARTIN BROS. A CO., 128 and 130 LaSallo-at. TO RENT—A COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS. AND BARN If required, comer of Burling-st. ana Wobster-av., North Side, cheap. TO RENT-DWELLING l&l PORTLAND-AV., FIVE rooms, cheap. Dwelling 58North Sangamon-st., 7 rooms; newly pa pered. Cottage 62 North Sangamon-st., 7 rooms, newly fitted op. WILLIAM H. THOMPSON, 229 West Madlson-st. TO RENT—S7S—HOUSE, 11 ROOMS, NEAR UNION Park. Brick bouse, 11 rooms, near Lincoln Park, modem improvements, S3OO. R. G. GOODWILLIE, Notary Public, 333 West Madlson-st. TO RENT-THE FINE BUILDING 476 WABASH av., well adapted for a first-class boarding-house. Apply at the building, to PECKHAM A BROWN. TO RENT—TWO TENEMENTS. 6 ROOMS EACH, on North Side, near the street care. GRAHAM, PERRY A CO.. 166 LaSalle sU TO RENT—2-STORY AND BASEMENT HOUSE, comer Halsted-st. and Beldon av. CHAPMAN A BARBER, 90 LaSalle-st. __ TO RENT-ON THIRD-AV., TWO-STORY AND basement frame dwelling, with 9 large rooms and 6 closets, bathing room; gas in every room, and water an both floors. Inqoire at L. CLINE A SON, 8 Taylor-st. ItO RENT-UPPER PART OF DWELLING. NO. 628 . West Madlson-st., near Paulina. T. C. HILL, Hoorn 7, 175 LaSalle-st. mO RENT—AICOTTAGE OF:6, ANOTHER OF 5 X rooms, one block from horse cars: North Side: S2O and sl6. A. T. GALT, 77 South Dearbom-st., Room 11. TO RENT-HOUSE 134 SOUTH PARK-AV., II rooms. Applyat SIMONDS A CO.. 128 Clark-st. TO RENT-2 BROWN STONE FRONT DWELL lugs, three stories and basement, with brick barns. Nos. 314 and 816 North .LaSalle-st. Inquire at 220 North LaSalle-st., or Room 8, Rice's Building. TO RENT-LARGE NEW BOARDING-HOUSE, containing more than 40 rooms, at the northwest cor ner of Twenty-ninth and Arnold-sts. Apply, after 4p. m., at6l South Curtis-st., to J. G. HAMILTON. TO RENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE OP 8 ROOMS to a responsible party, at reasonable rates. Inquire at 154 Sophja-st. r RENT —FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED RESl denco, brown stone front, situated in Brooklyn. N. y No. 93 Second-place, between Court and Clinton-Rta.; famished complete; furniture all now. House contains 13 rooms, with all modem improvements; will sell the furniture or rent house without furniture, or will ex chance for a furnished bouse in Chicago. Apply to Wiki. H. SAMPSON A CO., 144 LaSalie-st., Otis Block. PpO RENT—FROM MAY 1, THB BEAUTIFUL RESI- X denceof William B. Pierce, Esn., at Kenwood Sta tlon: fine grounds; hsaso roomy .nd In P-rfect onhjr; rent moderate. Apply to >VM, n. oAjlraUi’l » w, IMLsSallmt.. Otl»Bliick. mo RENT-FLOORS OF 6 ROOMS EACH IN NEW i brick block on Lako-»t., between May and Ann. T. B. BOYD, lEO West Waablngton-at. - mo RENT-HODSE, 2-STORY AND BASEMENT. 10 JL rooms, modem improvements, marble mantels, wash bowl. hot and cold water, bath and closet, gas-hxturos, Ac. No. 273 Thirty-first-st. Just painted Inside and out. Inquire of owner at 27t Thirty-first-st. mo RENT-A BUILDING ON THE NORTHEAST i comer of Adams-st. and Hflh-av., being finished for a hotel: will be ready for occupancy May 1. Inquire of DREW 4 NEWBURY, Rooms 8 and 9 Bryan Block. T" O RENT-A TWO-STORY HOUSE. FURNISHED, on a leading avenue (South Side), near Thirty-second *t. Family of three persons would desire board. Prefer applicants having no children. Address O M, Tribune office. • - - mo RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE, THREE STORIES J. and baromant marble front, on Michigan-av., near EighMenth-.t.: wiU rent to private famllr only. Owner and family will board for rental Apply at 134 Mlchi gau-av. ! mo RENT—SPLENDID MARBLE FRONT. DWELL- I trig, 2X stories, U rooms, and all modem improve menu, closets and storeroom; first-class, f cago-av.: rent low to a good tenant, G. b. LACEY, 119 Dearborn-st, i mO RENT—HOUSES—4SI WABASH-AV., CORNER X of Eldridge-court, largo house and bam, hue loca tion. _ _ 8 South Groen-iL, |*^^|TcUMMINGS. 119 and 121 LaSalie-at. ffO RENT-12-ROOM HOUSE, ALL 1 provement*. furnished or unfurnished; ViesX. Side. Address Q 65. Tribune office. mo RENT-BOARDING HOUSE, AND FURNI -1 tore for sale, or will rent fumisaed. Address G 69, Tribune office. rpO RENT-A COTTAGE CONTAINING SIX ROOMS; X water in tbe kitchen; rent, $26. • Apply at 143 Aber deen-st., between Van Bmea and Tyler. SulmrbniL mO RENT-HOUSE AT PARKSEDE. CHACE A X ABELL. 1&4 Dearboro-»t,,*Honore Block. TAKEN tTP. (TIAKEN HP-ON FRIDAY. A SORREL HORSE X with ba on, at 1185 Indiana-av, •n. H« HOYT, TO RENT—ROOMS. mo RENT-BISHOP-COURT HOTEL, NO. 511 WEST X Madispn-st.— A few families can be accommodated with handsomely furnished suites of rooms at moderate rates. Also, aiaglo gentlemen. mO RENT-HANDSOMELY FURNISHED AND UN- X furnished rooms, by tho day week, or month, at tho ST. JULIGN, 151 and 153 Doarbom-sU Terms reasonable. T‘"o KENT WELDVURN IS HE D ROOMs7~ALL modern improvements, at 812, sls, $25, and S3O per month. 827 Pralrie-av., near Sixteenttt-st. TO RENT—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS AT 182 WEST Monroe-fit., 3 doors East of Haiatod. TO RENT-FINELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM; also cheap room, at 177 Clark-at., northeast corner Monroe. Inquire at Room 28. TO RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS, single or cn suite, on second floor northeast comer Clark and Mouroo-sta. Inquire at Room 21. TO RENT-LARGE FURNISHED HALL BED room, would do for two gentlemen; rent sll. 645 31ichigan-av. ■ TO RENT—THE SECOND FLOOR CONTAINING 10 rooms including bath room, at a low rato. Inquire at 175 West Adams-st. TO RENT-1453 INDIANA-AV, THREE NICE rooms. ■ aIO RENT-NO. 17 SOUTH ANN-ST TWO FUR . nlthod rooms, wither without board. TO RENT—3 ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR LIGHT housekeeping. Apply on the promises 59 Shurtloff-av., or to K. NICUELS, 205 Archer-av. TO KENT—TWO SUITES OF ROOMS, WELL FUR nished. with or without board. 709 Wabash-av. TO RENT-WELL FURNISHED SLEEPING APART meats; one of the best locations on South Side. Ad dress or call, 903 Wabash-av. TO RENT—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, FOR GEN tlemsn only, at 763 Wabash-av. TO RENT—TO GENTLEMEN. 2 LARGE, WELL fumisbedfroutrooins. gas, bath, hot water, and fire. 170 South Poorie-st. ' TO RENT—SINGLE ROOM WITH PRIVILEGE OP parlor, all fumiahed, warm, with gas and care; at 82 South Green-st. ■ mO RENT-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS X northeast cor. Randolph and Franklin-sta. Inquire at Room 1. TO RENT-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, FOR GEN Ueiunu, without board, large front room. Apply at 394 West Kandolph-st., near St.* Carollne’s-Conrt Hotel. TO RENT—2D FLOOR OFIBRICK HOUSE, 6 ROOSlS; now; modem improvements; west of Union Park. WHIPPLE 4 McWHORTEK, WSouth Desplalnes-st. 6~~rent~a pheasant. WELL-FURNLSHED room, gas and fire, to one or two gontlomon, at 97 South Saugamon-st. T”~ O RENT—FOUR ROOMS IN SECOND STORY IN tbo rear of 45 South Green-st., cheap. TO KENT-WELL FURNISHED BOOMS, SINGLE or double. 178 South Puoria-st. TO RENT—NEWLY-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM and alcove, nicely warmed and carod for; house mod ern improvements. 79 Twenty-sccoud-at. rpb~RENT-A VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED X large front room, with or without store, near Twenty second-st. Apply at 7CI Mlchlgan-av. TO RENT—3 ELEGANT ROOMS, FURNISHED, hot and cold water, and bath-room, on Pralrle-av, Would board gentleman and wife if satisfactory arrange ments could bo made. No other boarders. References given and required. Address V 13, Tribune office. TO RENT—THE SECOND FLOOR NO. 133 T\VENTV socond-st., between Wabash and Michlgan-avs. WM. M. BAKER, 368 Wabash-ar. niO RENT-TWO SINGLE FURNISHED ROOMS X for gentlemen. Location very desirable. 179 West Washington-st. TO RENT—WELL-FURNISHED ROOM, HEATED; has closets, hot and cold water; also front parlor; would board gentleman and wifo. 374 Michlgan-av. TO RENT-A NICE FRONT ROOM. FURNISHED, fire and gas, suitable for one or*two gentlemen, with out board; private family. Apply ot 128 West Adams-st. TO RENT—B3 TWENTY~SECOND-ST—A LARGE furnished or unfurnished room, suitable fur two per sons; references required. • mo KENT-GOOD ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING X at 335 West Jackson-st.. near Centre-ar., at S2O. Rooms not shown Sunday. ■ TO RENT-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping, at 80 Supcrior-sL, one block from Chicago-av. cars, cheap to a good tenant. Call on Mon day. TO RENT-A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PAB lor and bedroom; gas and tire if required. Address G 42, Tribune office. RENT-A FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE FOB . a single gentleman; private family. 617 Wabash-av. TO RENT-PLEASANT BOOMS. FURNISHED. FOR two gentlemen or man and wife. Inquire at 48 North Sangamon-st. TO RENT PLEASANT, NEATLY-FURNISHED front room, at No. 88 South Groen-st., near Madison, suitable for two gentlemen. Terms low. TO RENT-A FURNISHED FRONT SLEEPING room in cottage 253 West Washington-st.; 818 por month. • mb RENT-SECOND STORY OF A RESIDENCE, 6 X rooms, 3 closets, and collar, at $2& por month. 456 South Park-av. TO RENT-3 UNFURISHED FRONT ROOMS ON Madison-st., near Sherman Houso; one near corner Halatod-st. Apply 133 Madiaon-st., Room 5. TO RENT-SUITE OF ROOMS ON FIRST FLOOR, furnished or unfurnished, to respectable parties, wither without board. Also, single rooms on second floor. A few day boarders can be accommodated. TlHnnls ■t., sixth house east of Rnsh-st. TO RENT-ROOMS NEATLY FURNISHED FOR gentlemen, with gas and nso of bath, from $3.50 to $5.50 per week,»o7l Wabash-av. TO RENT—A FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR, suitable for an office, or Dontista* room. Apply at 636 Wabash-av. _ TO RENT—TWO YOUNG MEN OF RESPKCT abilitv can obtain two pleasant rooms where there are two other gentlemen; Are and gas. 80 West Van Bnren. TO RENT-ROOMS WITH MODERN IMPROVE* meats, at 540 Miehlgoa-av. r RENT—A SUITE OP TWO FRONT ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished. 69 Twentysecond*gt. mO RENT-FURNISHED BACK PARLOR SUITE, X with stove and fuel, and .use of bath-room; also large room snitablo for gentlemen, atß74 Inclana-av. TO RENT-7 NICE ROOMS OVER STORE AT 145 West Twelfth-st. No other rooms connect with the ball. E. MARKS, 199 West Lake-st. mO RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH FIRE, X gas, Ac. Use of piano, if desired. 143 Tfalrd-ar. TO RENT-SECOND FLOOR OF PRIVATE HOUSE, or will rent rooms en suite or singly. 720 Wabash-av. OR E NT—FURN ISHiTb ROOMS WITH FIRE, FOR gentlemen only, over 245 West Madison. TO RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOM, with all modern improvements, in small private fami ly. 330 West Wasblngton-st. References required. T’ “0 RENT - FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS. 85 Twenty-fonrth-st. TO RENT—A LARGE FRONT ROOM AND clothes-press, sl3 per month. Front hall bedroom, 89. Good size back, with clothes-press, $8; private family. 860 West Harrison-st. ' rpO RENT—NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS FOB X private parties. Address B 51, Tribune office. TO RENT-SUITE OF ROOMS. HANDSOMELY famished, for gentleman and wife; first-class. 6.0 Michlgan-av. TO RENT-A SINGLE ROOM, FURNISHED, 6EO - floor front, at 291 West Randolph-st. TO RENT-2 NEATLY-FURNISHED SLEEPING rooms, each suitable for two, or ainglo gentleman, at 633 Wabash-av. mO RENT-3 SMALL FURNISHED ROOMS. SUITA- X bio for light housekeeping, inquire at 271 West Ran* dolph-st., to-day. TO RENT-PLEASANT FRONT OR REAR ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, in second or third story, brick bnilding corner Randolph and Jcilorbon-sts. Hays Inside blinds and modern conveniences. First-class in all respects. No families with chlMron need apply. Room 40, No. 105 West Randolph-st. TO RENT-99 CORNELIA-ST., 1, 2, AND 3 GOOD rooms at $4, $6, and 88 per month. T~ O RENT-ON O’R BEFORE MARCH 1. AN EXCEL* lent suite of furnished rooms, suitable for man and wife or 4 single gentlemen. Inquire of janitor. Room 43, on the premises, Parker’s Bnilding, northeast corner Madison and Holsted-sts. TO RENT—A PLEASANT FRONT SUITE OF FUR nlshed rooms to a couple of gentleman who wish to bo permanent, without board, location central and good, on West Side, Address A 33, Tribune odice. PERSONAL. PERSONAL- IF MRS. Z. BARBARA, FORMERLY of St. Louis, will call at or send her address to 107 South Peoria-st., she can learn of something to her ad vantage. TJERSONAL-A YOUNG AMERICAN WIDOW, PRE- X possessing and accomplished, is desirous of becom ing acquainted with a gentleman of means, with a flaw to matrimony. Address MRS. B 68, Tribune office. PERSONAL-BELLE P. CLINTON. I HAVE WRlT ten several times. Why do you not answer? I bare only received one letter since 1 saw yon. Please write to same address. CHARLIE. TDERSONAL—WILL TIIB LADY THAT KECOO- X nizod friend, corner of Madison and Halatcd-sta., also Madison and Market, Friday, at 3 p. m., please send her address to H 66, Tribune office ? ■ "PERSONAL—NELL, DON’T KNOW THE ADDRESS,. X or would have written; you can sendlt to N. Address 1153, Tribune office. PERSONAL- WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO called at 145 South Jeftcrson-st., on Sunday, please call at 44 Westßandolph-st., np-stalrs? NETTIE. P' ERSONAL—THE GENTLEMAN THAT EXAM- Ined the * * Arabian blood" saddle pony on the corner of Wabaah-av. and Congress-st., will find it to his ad* vantage by addressing T 15, Tribune office. P ERSONAL—WILL THE YOUNG LADY WHO noticed gentleman on the train coming into the city, yesterday atternoon, ahd got oS at Park Station, address O 24, Tribune office? PERSONAL-GRANGER, DINE WITH ME TO- X morrow at the Sherman, and bring that diamond pin. R. H. EDMUNDS. PERSON Air—Mß. CHARLES HARTLEY: YOU will lind the receipt for those goods at GRANGER S, 128 Clark-st. PERSONAL NELTLE RECEIVED YOURS ALL right. Lotterla the post-office for you. C. PERSON AL-THE PARTY WHO WISHES TO rent the furnished room at West Madison-st. will please call, as It is now for rent. AGENTS WANTED. Agent wanted—to sell t. bourgoins WaterProof Polish. Nohnmbng. Call and see for yourself. T. BOURGOIN, comer of Washington and Clark-sts., Court House Square. Agents wanted-agents wanted-for the best selling articles out. Addroas Agents’Snpply'De pot, Detroit, Mich. Agents wanted-our canvassers are making $lO to S2O a day; we want a few more. CaJi at once and secure territory. J. S. BAKER A CO., 40 Walnnt-st. A GENTS WANTED-GOOD CANVASSERS ARE JXmakingslo to sl2 a day with my goods; every article Is as staple a* flour; samples free. C. M. LLNINGTON, 93 WestMonroe-st., Chicago. Agents wanted-for the city and coun try. Useful articles of ready sale, with large pronta. A. M. RICHARDSON, 170# South HaUted-st. WANTED-AGENTS TRAVELING FOR WHOLE sale houies on commission, to call at Nos. 230 and 232 South Canal-st. They will And a staple article that meets with ready tale. A good cemMtstoa. TO RENT—STQSES. OFTICES, &o. TO RENT—BY W. H. SAMPSON 4 CO., REAL F-»tato and Hoaia Renting Agency, 144 LaSalle-sC., Otis Block: - STORES. OFFICES, Ac. Four-story building. 111 and 113Lako-«t. Second, third and fourth floors over Hale, Ayer A Co., corner Mlchlgaa-ar. and Lake-st. Five story building 211 and 213 East Monroo-st, Very desirable store and basement, Nos. 144 and 146 East Lake-et. Stores and basements, 216 and 213 East Waahington-st -66 Lake-st., four-stow building. Choice offices comer LaSalle and Adams-sta. 23 and 35 East Randolphs. One-half of store and lofts S3 State-st. Second, third, and fourth floors, northwest corner Lake and Stato-sls. Storoand lofts, 53 East Madison-st. Stores and lofts, 351 and 353 Wabash-av. 114 Flfth-av., 4-ntory building. <5 and 47 East Jackson-st. Second third, and fourth floors, 146 South Clark-st. Lofts and basement, 146Stato-»t. W. H. SAMPSON A CO., 144 L&Sallo-st. mO RENT—FIRST-CLASS OFFICES IN THE NEW X marble front botldlng, northwest corner Monroe and Adams-st. Plans at oar office. W. H. SAMPSON A CO., Real Estate and Uouso Renting Agency, 144 La- Sallo-st., Otis Block, T* O RENT-DESIRABLE STORES. LOOTS, AND basements, on State-st., near Von Bnren. O. S. WALLF.K. 32U State-at., Room 8. TO RENT-159 FIFTH-AV., BETWEEN MADISON and Monroe-sts., basement, stores, and offices. BAIRD A SUANDREW. 181 East Madison-st. TO RENT-OR FOR SALE-A FACTORY 25x70, three story high, used for a furniture shop; engine and boil er now; the promises front throo streets. Apply at 293 Milwankee-av. 1 lO RENT—DESIRABLE OFFICES IN 143 MON . roo-st. Store and basement in 145 Monroo-st. Largo upper floor In 149 Monroo-st. AVERY, MILLER A RIGDON. 143 Monroe-et. rpO RENT-TWO CORNER OFFICES. EXCHANGE X Building, es insurance offices. Inquire at Room 43, Exchange Building. TO RENT—GHBAP-ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT power: also, stores and offices. Inquire at H. DIS STON A SONS' Saw Works, Lind Block, Randolph and Markot-sts. TO RENT-BASEMENT 60 FEET DEEP, 376 STATE st., well adapted f<>r trunk store, barber shop, or other business. J. L. DAVIS. 1" lOItENT-SfORK33XI67" FEET ON RANDOLPH st., near State-st 1 Offices with vaults! Large room, fourth floor! Store and basement with vaults! The latter in Foot Block. . L. C. P. FREER. Room 9, Southwest comer Clark and Monroe-ats. TO RENT— for wholesale tobacco and cigar business: immediate possession given. Apply to RICHARDS A GOOCH, 181 South Water-st. TO RENT—THE 2D, SD, AND 4TH FLOORS AND basement ofl2l South Clark-st., SOxSO, suitable for pristine offices: also thr.*o offices at 126 South Clark-st. D. G. HAMILTON 4 CO.. 126 South Clark-st, mO RENT-A COMFORTABLE WORKSHOP. 18x24 X feet, suitable for-a painter, or other light trade. Ap ply to FRASER, 49 Statc-st, TO RENT-A GOOD CARRIAGE FACTORY. IN qnire at 602 State-st. T~ O RENT-4 FINE LOFTS. 47x80, CORNER MADI eon-«t. and Flfth-ar. Inquire of A. A J. M. FRENCH. Room 13, Fbccnix Block. TO RENT-SECOND STORY OF LARGE BRICK barn, for mechanical uses. Rear of 447 Wabash-av. mo RENT—SPLENDIp STORE, 21x70, DOING A X trade of SIiS,COO per year, on reasonable terms. Ad dress H. N. TODD, Wenona, 111., or W. TODD. 141 South Sangamon-st. mO RENT - MARBLE-FRONT STORE UNDER X Bishop-Court Hotel, 90x24. 521 Madi&on-st. N. S. GROW. TO RENT-SHOP-ROOM FOR A PLUMBER. AP ply toCHAS. MATTHEWS, 75Doarborn-st. TO HENT-NO. 10C2 WEST MADISON-ST.. A NICE store. Inquire at the place. TO RENT-4-STdRY AND BASEMENT BUILDING on Calboun-place, in rear of 90 Washington-st.. for mechanical purposes, arranged for power. Also hand some offices at 90 Washington-st. W. D. KERFOQT X CO., 90 Washington-st. r> RENT-A LARGE OFFICE FOB PHYSICIAN OR dentist, and rooms for housekeeping. Apply at drag store. 826 Cottage Grove-av. T" O RENT-STORE, VERY CHEAP, AT 446 SOUTH Clark-st. TO RENT—STORE, DWELLING, AND BARN, ALL new with modern improvements, and furniture for sale, at 544 North Wells. TO RENT-FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD LOFT with gas fixtures and office complete, at 173 South Water-st. Inquire No. 71 Sooth Canal-nt., in the store. TO BENT-IN GOOD REPAIR AND.AT A LOW figuro, barn and carriage house and stabling for three horses. Address or call at 903 Wabash-av. TO RENT—OFFICES, LARGE AND SMALL, IN Nos. 85and£7Dcarbom-st., all heated and ventilated, by JOHN WILLIAMS, In basement. T‘ O RENT—BY D. COLE 4 SON, HOUSE RENTING agents, ISB West Madison. Photograph gallery and 6 rooms 89 South Halflted-st,, near Madison; also. In same building, 3or 4 splendid rooms for offices. , . IS rooms In new brick, suitable for 4 families cr a board log-house, at9s South Hals ted. 4 rooms corner Halated and Madison for offices only. TO RENT—THE STORE AND BASEMENT FOR merly occupied by Wcago, Kirtland 4 Ordway, cor ner of Monroe and Market*sts. This is one of the moat doairable locations In the city. and will be leased on favor able terms. Inqolre of HENRY W. KING 4 CO. TO RENT-STORES AND LOFTS ON MICHIGAN and Wabashavenues, State, Clark, Dearborn, and eroas-sts., from 20 to 50 feet wide, at redncad.renta. M. CANFIELD, 150 LaSallo-st. TO REST—THE LARGE STORE AND BASEMENT northeast corner Monroe and Markct-sts. Also, 2d, Sd, and 4tb floors. 50x90 feet, southeast corner Monroe and Market-sts. Rooms and stores in Masonic Block, car* ner Halstod and Randnlph-sts. Large stores on Ran* dolph-st., between Michigan and Wabaah-avt. Houses In all parts of tbo city. SNYDER A LEE, 14 Nixon Building, northeast corner Monroe and LaSaUe*sta. mO RENT-A SMALL BUILDING SUITABLE FOR X barber or shoemaker shop, at 223 West Lake-st.; rent 813.60. Also some rooms; rent $25. TO'RENT-OB FOR SALE-0 UR FACTORY, OOR ner West Washington and Joflerson-sts., with engine, boiler, dry kilns, and shafting; reasonable terms. Also, the most desirable salesroom, 120x60, corner Stato and Monroe-sta.* Inquire of A. H. ANDRKWS^i^CO ; __ FINANCIAL. A l PURCHASE MONEY WANTED. CURRY A CO., 7 Tribune building. C'LAIMS AGAINST INSOLVENT INSURANCE companies bought by E. WAKELEY A CO., Room 10, Morrison Block, 145 Sonth Clark-st. CASH HIGHEST PRICE FOR CLAIMS ON ALL insolvent insurance companies. UNDERWOOD A COMBS, Room 18,161 LaSaUe-st. CLAIMS— I WILL CASH THE CLAIMS OF THE bankrupt Insurance companies before orafter divi dend. J. N. WITHERELL, 150 Dearborn st.. Room 6. FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE—A NOTE FOR SSOO, duo in abont 15 mouths, with interest; will exchange for city property or piano, os lam leaving the city. Ad* dress R. LEONARD, Globe Theatre. ' FIRST MORTGAGE NOTES AND REAL ESTATE to trade for stock of goods. Address B 57, Tribune office. TNS'URANCE OLAIMS.IN ALL BANKRUPT COM* X panies cashed at highest rates. 11. 8. DIETRICH, Room 8, 77 Wfit Madlson-st. I WILL PAY 10 AND 5 PER CENT COMMISSIONS for $1,500 for 3or 5 years on a boose and lot. South Side, worth $3,000 cash; principalsonly address B 18, Tribune office. Loans negociated on Chicago real Es tate and Illinois farms, 7 to 10 per cent and commis sions. SI,OOO to $200,000. TAYLOR A BROOKS, 83 Clark-st. * ■ Money to loan-commercial and real estate paper bought and sold; loans negotiated. Room 5, southwest corner Clark and Monroe. 11. LQWY. *ONEY TO LOAN-IN SUMS 0F~55.000 ON IM proved city property. BAKER A WAIT, 150 Dear* bom-»t. ' Money to loan-in sums of $5,000, or amount to suit. .Secured and commercial paper bought, W. M. WLLLNER.I4 Otis Block.' Money to loan-fob Timprs or five years on inside property. ROBERT REID, 150 LaSallo-st. AfONEY TO LOAN ON CHICAGO REAL ESTATE, IVL by AYRES A EOFF, 11 Methodist Church Block. ONEY'Tb - LOAN — ON HOUSEHOLD FTJRNI tore, booses on leased ground, pianos, and other rood collaterals, at No. 136 South Clark-st., KoomL K. WINNE. Money* to loan in sums from $2,000 to SIO,OOO at 9 and lu per cent and commissions. G. S. LACEY, 119 Dearborn-it. Money to loan on household fuhni ture, houses, pianos, and other chattel security. E. ROGERS, 177 EastMadiaon-st., Room 9. Real estate mortgages bought, w. OITA WAY, Room 15, 79 Dearborn-st. TO LOAN-IN SUMS OF 85,000 AND UPWARD, on Improved property, at 9 pur cant : KnaJJ commis sions. RICHMOND A EISENHART, 133 East Madiaoa st.. Room 3. mo LOAN—SIOO ON A SINGLE STONE DIAMOND X pin or ring. Address U 41. Tribune office. ■ mo LOAN-MONEY ON CHICAGOREALESTATE, X or on farms In Illinois, within about 100 miles of Chi cago, in snms of $2,000 or loss. CEO. W..NEWCOMB, 771 West MsdUon-st. Office boors In the forenoon. WANTED—34,OOO FOR THREE OR FIVE YEARS, VV on inside real estate worth more than twice the amount. Address Tl3. Tribnne office. TT7E HAVE $5,000 TO BUY GOOD FIRST-CLASS VV mortgage paper with at a lair rate. BASH A SHAPLEx. R r > nm 6 Otis Block, comer LaSalle and Madi sou-eta. X-* A/m TO LOAN ON CHICAGO REAL ES- Si.UUU tate. by PECKHAM A BROWN, 475 Wa- basb-av. errv ATO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE. W. ui.OUU M. HOWLAND, 163 East Waahington-st., l£oom 34. . r.O A f\f\ TO LOAN FOR 60 OR 93 DAYS, ON SB &Z.4UU corodoaper. ALEXANDERS. PALMER, Jk., Rooms 16 and IT. M Waahtngtoa-st. aia n/\n TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS BECU- SiU.UUI/ ritles only, either In large or small amountsY H. D. TINGLEY, Room 54. Republic Life Building. SEWING MACHINES. FOR SALE-A DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE, as coed as new, price S2O; owner leaving city. Call at 63 HUaolfl-st., np-staira. JAMES TARBET. ROVER A BAKER’S SEWING MACHINES— General Office. 150 State-st., Branch Office. 973 Wa bash-av. Persons caving old Grover A Baker sewing ma chines are Invited to call and see the new Improvements and hear something to their advantage. SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICES OF J. N. WILKINS. 23 South Dosplaines-st., 167 Milwaukee av., and 105 Twenty-soeoad-st. Machines sold on easy monthly payments. S’ INOER OFFICE, 213 SOUTH HALSTED-ST., A. J. MELCHERT, Agent: machines sold on easy monthly payments, and rented: open evenings. MACHINER' FOR SALE-ONE NO. 4 BLISS A WILLIAMS treadle lover press. Inquire at 124 Mlcbigan-ay. OR SALE —ON EASY TERMS - ONE H. B. Smith's 86-inch re sawing machine, in perfect run ning order. Can be seen in operation at STEPHENS A fir.aßK’S Planing Mill, Archer-ar. and Quarry-it. TO RENT-ONE 25-HORSE POWER ENGINE AND boiler, with shon-rocm. Address H £3. Tribune ©flee. WANTED—TO RENT. TITANTED —TO RENT —A FIRST-CLASS REST* V r dence east of Wabash-av., and between Sixteenth and Twenty-iifth-st*.; most be nrst-class in every partic ular, with a good large bam. Address B, Carrier 11, glv- Ing terms. _________ WANTED-TO RENT-HOUSE OF 9 OB 10 ROOMS in Lake View; most be east of Evanston road and north Diversey-st., with bam. Address D 23. Tribune office. TTrANTED-TO RENT-A COTTAGE OP 4 OR 5 V T rooms in good location on South Side, east of Butter ficld-st*; rent not to exceed $35. Address il 24. Tribune office. T\rANTED—TO RENT-SINGLE ROOM. WITH OR T V without board, for gentleman. South bide, east of State-st., near Sixteenth. Address, with terms and lo cality, £ 61, Tribune office. TTTANTED-TO RENT-ROOMS. BY A FAMILY OF i r three adnlts, a small cottage or four unfurnished rooms suitable for housekeeping. Location muse be good, and not very distant from business centre. References given. Address, giving full particulars, X 67, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT—WITHIN ONE MILE OF Court House, three or four rooms suitable for house keeping, for man and wife only: not to exceed S3O per month. Address D 83, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-FOUR ROOMS OR A small cottage for housekeeping, at low rent and convenient to business, by a family of two. J. C. PAR KER, 41 Wabash-av. WANTED— TO RENT-FURNISHED SLEEPING room for single gentleman, between Twelfth and Twenty-second-»ls. Address, stating price and location, B 30, Tribuue office. WANTED-TO RENT-FOB MAY 1. HOUSE OF six or eight rooms; good tenant: small family; north of Twcnty-socond-st, south of Cblcago-av. Address ERWIN STANLEY, comer Twonty-second-st. andWa baah-av., stating location, terms, etc. TVTANTED-TO BENT-BARN WITHIN ONE Vt block of Douglas House, with room for man. £ 70, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-THREE OR FOUR ROOMS, or a cottage, suitable for housekeeping. Alan and wife only. Rent not over S2O. State location. O 14, Tribune office. TIT ANTED —TO RENT-A STABLE, CAPABLE OF >V holding 18 or 30 horses, located north of Twelfth-st. and cast of ILilsted-st. Inquire D, 329 Stato-st. WANTED-TO RENT-A SMALL FURNISHED house, with bam, on South Side, by a rosponilblo party. Will take possession any time. Address O 76, Tribune office. Wf ANTED—TO RENT—FIRST-CLASS TENANTS it . waiting; to be occupied May Istorbeforo;s good dwellings, modem Improvements, 8 to 15 rooms each t north ox Tweaiy-secona-st. and east of State. Also, < cottago*. 4 to 8 rooms each, north of Twenty-siztb-st. and oast of Third-ar. G. S. LACEY, 119 Dearbom-st. WANTED-TO RENT-A SMALL COTTAGE OR three pleasant rooms, convenient to cars: rent cot to exceed $lB por month. Address B, 624 West Laka-st WANTED— TO RENT-A FIRST-CLASS FUB niahed bouse, by a family who would like to board owner for rent, if desired: first-class reference* given and required. Address U 40, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT-FOR MY OWN OCCUPAN cy. a bouse of about 12 rooms, either famished or unfurnished, on the South Side. GEO. H. KOZET. 414 Wabash-ftT. WANTED—TO RENT-ONE OR TWO UNFUR- V V nlshed rooms In house with a respectable private fam ily. Address, with terms and location, X 27, Tribnoe office. TTT ANTED—TO RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE FOR n small family, on South Side, near Twoifth-st. Ad dress A. H- ANDREWS A CO., 17U State-st. WANTED —TO RENT —ABOUT IST OF MAY next, a house of 10 or 13 rooms, with modern improve ments: rent from S4O to S6O per month. Also a bouse with furnished rooms, suitable for a boarding house. BAIRD A SHANDREW, 131 East Madison-st. TO"ANTED —TO RENT —BEFORE THE IST OF Vi May. a cottage of about 7or 8 rooms. Including bath, also small barn. The advertiser is responsible, ana would take It any time before the above date. LH, 602 State-st. WANTED-TO RENT—FURNISHED ROOM OR rooms, for doctor’s office. West Side, prominent street, gas and fire: terms must be reasonable. Address, with price, X 45, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-ONE FLOOR OF SOME building on North Clark-st.. near Turner Hall, fin ished for photograph gallery to suit tenant. Address J. C. MANN; 638 Wabash-av. WANTED— TO RENT —A COTTAGE ON THE South Side, east of State-st. and north of Sixteenth Address H 61, Tribune office. YTTANTED-TO RENT-A HOUSE OF ABOUT TEN V T rooms. South or West Side, not to exceed SSO per month. Address Dl 4, Tribune office. ■ftrANTED—TO RENT-BY AN AMERICAN FAM- V 1 ily, without children, by the Ist of April, on the South Side, east of State-st., preferred, a cottage or house of six or eight rooms, between Harrison and Thirty firs t-ets. Address D 49, Tribnoe office. WANTED-TO RENT-A STABLE IN GOOD Lo cation, which will accommodate from 30 to 40 horses. Rent not to exceed 575 por month. Address T 88, Tribnoe office. TT/*ANTED—TO RENT—THREE OB FOUR ROOMS V V for housekeeping, or a cottage of five or six rooms. Rent must be reasonable. No objections to baying some furniture. If cheap. Address Dl 3, Tribune office, for one week. WANTED-TO RENT-A FURNISHED FRONT room for gentleman and wife in private family. On South Side, near Eigbteenth-et. Address Y 45, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-SOME GOOD OFFICE rooms, near Chamber Commerce; also, some good cottages, and first-class bouses; havegood tenants that will take them at fair rental. SNYDERA LEE, 14 Nixon Building, northeast corner Monroe and LaSalle-sts. WANTED-TO RENT-A HOUSE, OR PART OP A house of about eight rooms, in good repair, north of Tblrtloth-st., South bide, by a good tenant. Addreos stating rent, etc., X 84, Tribnoe office. T\TANTED—TO BENT—A 6OR 7 ROOM COTTAGE; V V good location and in good repair, with -water and gas; will pay all it is worth. R. S., Control Hotel. WANTED— TO RENT-A COMPLETELY FURNISH ed bonce, in the South or West Divisions, 12 to 15 rooms; all the modern Improvements. Apply to W. EL SAMPSON A CO., 144 LaSalle-st., Oils Block. WANTED-TO RENT-PLEASANT SINGLE ROOM, without board; private family preferred. Address H 45, Tribune office. WTANTED—TO BENT—A ROOM ON SECOND v V door, shout 25x60, suitable for light wholesale busi ness. Location cast of Wolls-st., north of Vanßoren. south of river. Address, stating size, location, and price. D. NEEDHAM. wWabuh-ar. T\rANTED —TO RENT-A SMALL HOUSE. OR IT the upper or lower part of a bouse famished com plete for noaso-keoptng, by a married party, for ono month; price no object if place salts. Address H 77, Tribune office. • WANTED-TO RENT-FOUR ROOMS SUITABLE for housekeeping, or small cottage; good neighbor hood. Address BM, Tribune. TITANTED-TO RENT—BY A FAMILY OF THREE Vi adults, an elegantly famished boose of 12 or 15 rooms; house roast contain all modem improvements; will not object to boarding owners if without children. Best city references given and required. Address B 53, Tribune. • _ WANTED— TO RENT-HOUSE, OR PART OF A hoase, suitable for hoosekceplog, by man, wife, and ohild; child 2}6_ years old. Address, stating terms and location, XlB, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT—FURNISHED ROOM FOR gentleman and lady, with board for lady: or 2or 3 unfurnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping; most bo on the South Side, south of Twenty-sccond-st. Ad dress P. O. Box 113. W* ANTED—TO RENT-NORTH SIDE, EAST OF Wclls-st.. house of Bto 9 moms, with water, rent sls to SSO. from May 1. Also on North or West Side, a cot tage of S rooms, water, rent S2O to $25, Ist to Isth May. Address H. P. DALY, care J. V. Farwell A Co. TVTANTED-TO RENT-A SUITABLE BUILDING V r for a livery stable that will accommodate from 80 to 100 horses, located in the district bounded by Adams, Lake, Franklin, and Wabash. Address AL, office of S. F. Cooper, attorney-at-law. Boom 4, northeast comer of LaSalle and Madison-sts. T\7ANTED—TO RENT—A GOOD HOUSE OF 14 1 1 rooms, north of Twentr-second-st. and east of Wa bash-av. AVERY, MILLER A RIG DON, 143 Monroo-st. ANTED-TO RENT—SMALL~COTTAGE, OB 3 rooms suitable for housekeeping: no children; state location and price. Address O 17, Tribune office. WANTED— ONE EXPERIENCED HOOPSKDIT maker and 10 hands on ladies’ undergarment*; only those who worked before for * shop wanted. Bring sam ples and reference to 255 West MsdUoast. WANTED TO RENT ONE FURNISHED room for gentleman and wife, and one for single gentleman, with or without board, on Monroe or Wash ington-it*., between Hoisted and Sheldon. Address X 17. Tribune office. LOST AND FOUND, A LADY LEFT HER MUFF AT 16 NORTH CLARK st., last Monday. If the will call for it and pay charges, she may hare it, E. HERBERT, LOST— FRIDAY EVENING, 6 O’CLOCK, IN AN Archer-av. car. a pocketbook, containing two rings and the address of the owner. The finder will be suitably rewarded. Address MISS S. E. McNALLY, No. 228 Archer-av., or BURLEY A TYRRELL, 274, 276, and 278 Waba&h-av. ■ LOST-FEB. 19, WHILE INSPECTING NEW residences on Oak-st. and Chicago-av.. a breast pin, a gold cross on a background. Tho finder will be rewarded by leaving it at Dr. HOOPER'S drug store Clark-st., near Eric, or 439 Beldon-av. _ LOST-A GENTLEMAN’S FUR COLLAR, ALASXA seal, near confer Washington and Dearborn Frida/, 21st inst. Return to T. WIGHT, Boo* *I» Rice Bnllding, 77 Doarbora-st. So reward. LOST-FEB. 11, ON MADISON-ST. CAR, GOLD band bracelet, black enamel, owner's -namf inside. The finder will bo liberally rewarded npon returning same to owner in THOMAS GOODMAN’S Insurant Agency, No. 188 Madlaoa-st., corner Wells. T OST-BLACK POCKET-BOOK, I J m., going from Kingsbory’s store, on Ixke-st., oat Wood, up Park-ar. Tho finder will be snt&bly rewarded by leaving the same at 280 Park-av. LOST-A SMALL PONY FROM 412iOUTH CLARK st., with harness on; 85 for her rrfnm. Lost-on Wednesday, fjom 149 south Pooria-ct.. ayoong black and Ani terrier dog; white spot os cheat. Finder will be rewg’ded on returning It to T. A. SANGSTER. 61 South Cand-it. LOST-A LADY’S FUR COD*4R, ON MICHIGAN av., near SUteentb-st. Re*pd will be given for re turn to 786 Wabash-av., corner o l*teentn-st. Foond-a mdff, in a-south side cab. can bo fonnd at 374 Alicbigar &T * *>* describing and paying for this notice. TCIOUND-A POCKETBOOK IN A WIST SIDE r itreot car: contAbed a imall amount of money and card, with nam# B. FTAIUn. Owner can bar, .amo by prortng property and MJloe for Uiß adrertleoment. Call at northwest comer Buren amnwarjgt : st£ :^___— ~ MUSICAL. APIANO-OF SCPEBTOB ACTION TO BENT. AP- ife TTeet Waiblottoo .t. TiTiimm BENT AND FOB SALE. DO NOT P «at to m enrol the city. WM. E. PBOSSEB, OS Wabiah-ar.. near Thirteen th-it. , mBE NICHOLSON ORGAN IS UNEQtJALED IN 1 arorytbln* that makae a fimt-claaa Imtrnment: price. gD to 89001 Alanolactory and aalaaroom, 63 £aat Indi* tIS-SV. ■irrANTED-FOR CASH, A FIRST-CLASS PIANO, VY new or second-hand; state price and name of tho manufacturer. Address Dl 6, Tribnne office. -nfHY PAY 8500 FOR a'PIANO. WHEN YOU CAN VY buy a first-class new instrnment for 8375? Xam selling new pianos slsßleu Che.usual ptlca at 231 Parlt avTTwest fikia. HORSES AND CARRIAGES. A KIND, YOUNG HOESE, TOP BUGGY. HARNESS. 4c., 4c., only 3150: the owner Is sick and has no nsa for it. Call to-day (Sunday) at No. B.Taylor-st., near State. Boom 1. ' - A PAIR OF MATCH HORSES. SUITABLE FOR light driving or business; cheap. Address O S3. Tribune office. Auction Wednesdays and Saturdays 6& horses, one hack, carriages, wagons, harness; good stabling for boarders; money-advanced on goods left in my charge. 431 State-st. Q. BRIGGS. _ ___ Auction -next Tuesday, at io a. m.—a lino lot of hones, some good. Lot of lumber, wagons, harness, etc. Bring In your stock. If yon want 1$ told. No charge, if not sold. At new bricx bam. 3« West Twelfth-st. W. A. RUSSELL 4 CO. FOB SALE-3 PAIRS MATCHED HORSES, SUTT able for light delivery or express purposes. Car load work horses. Also, a few stalls for steady boarders. WHEELER 4 COOK, 140 Mlchigan-ar., comer Moa* roe-st. , FLETCHER A LAZEAR A CHENEY, MANUFAC turers and dealers in light carriages—Factory, cor* ner Sad gwick and Divislon-sts.; Salesroom. 338 State-et, For sale-a very handsome dappled. Grey oonpe borso. Apply In rear 619 West Adama-st. FOR SALE-LIGHT AND HEAVY DELIVERY AND express wagons of all kinds at SgjSonth Canal-st. FOR SALE-1 DOCTOR’S PHAETON; I OPEN CAL tfomia buggy, and 3 business horses, very cheap.. OSCAR FIELD, 43 and 44 Congrcss-st. FOR SALE-SEVERAL WORK HORSES, DOUBLE and single harness, and express wagon; also, goc<X open business buggy. 68 West Monroe-st. FOR SALE-ONE HORS?', 6 YEARS OLD. IS bands high. 1,100 pounds, can trot in 3; a splendid family horse; will sell cheap. Call at 16 South Clark-st. SALE-A CAR LOAD OF DRAFT HORSES, -I 1 and a car load of large mules, at WALKER’Q sto« ble, northwest comer Indiana-av. and Thirty-third-st. FOR SALE-sl£o-A GOOD BUGGY-HQBSEJ trots ata lively pace, but no pretenco of uauaoaa speed; Is a perfectly sound, reliable. servicoabla young horse; not afraid of the cars. Apply at 933 Indl* ana-av., comer Twontieth-st. FOR SALE-LIGHT EXPRESS WAGON-HORSB and harness for 9165. Also heavy express rig, cheats for cash. Call at S3 Blue Island-av. JOHN McOA.RTYV; 770R SALfPnORSRIBUGGY. AND HARNESS; V X 1 good business rig. Apply to T. O. APFELD, Green*, beam’s Bank, 76 Futb-av. FOR SALE—CHEAP—A GOOD SECOND-HAND 1 Concord baggy. Apply to FRASER, 49 Stato-st. T7ORSALE-OAR LOAD BUSINESS AND BUGCS? J? horses; two fast ones and some very toppy lookers! also, 3 second-hand buggies and 8 sots harness; very cheap. Bam in alley rear of No. 4£l West Twelfth-et. irtOß SALE—LIGHT DELIVERY WAGON IN GOOI JP order, cheap. Inquire at 1417 State-st. For sale-a fine black Morgan horse, a years old: a lady ran drive him. For tele for want oi use. Inquire of GILBERT A GIVINS, 58 LaSalle-at. iji'Oß SALE-FIRST-CLASS NEW SQUARE BOX- I? top buggy, S3OO cash (worth $100) or will take as higts as SI,OOO In real estate,- and-pay difference. J, HENRxi EOFF, U Methodist Church Block. I" HAVE CASH CUSTOMERS FOR 15 HORSES, ALZ| grades: Wand 88 Jackvm-st., between State and Dear*, bom. M. G. BRADLEY. TVTANTKD-PQNY AND PHAETON-PONY MUST? V V be kind and gentle, and phaeton in good order. Ad dress G J, 278 South Wator-st. \\r ANTED—A GOOD ONE-HORSE SPRING TRUCK* V V Call at No. 5 Hnbbard-st. WANTED-COOD HORSE. BUGGY, AND KARe ness in exchange for good piano, or will sell plana cheap: or will buy if cheap. Call on or address T.'E. STACY, Sheriff’a office. WANTED-A GOOD HORSE, BUGGY, AND HABj nets; complete rig: must be a good one, andcheaff for cash. Address QlB, Tribonooffico. WEDNESDAY’S AUCTION SALE, BYW. A. BUT TERS A CO., will embrace a large variety of city. Western and Eastern made buggies, and doable and sin gle harness. Do not fail to go to the sale; you 'can boy* good goods at a great bargain. WANTED— A LIGHT ONE-HORSE WAGON FOl hauling lumber, Bto 9 Monday. W. F. HAIR, 4 Central Union Block. WANTED— NICE HORSE AND BOGGY WORTH from S4OO to SSOO, part cash, balance real estate. Address A D. Box 358. TXTi.It TED-A GOOD OPEN BOGGY IN EX* Vt change fora fine young mare, sound and kind, Q. B. GRIFFIN, 133 Madison-st., corner Clark. IND LIGHT TOP BUGGY^ W bat little used. Mast bo first-class manufacture, and worth the money. Will pay cash. Address 8., car* of Frye, Warner A Kelley, Union Stock Yards. WANTED-HORSE AND BUGGY TO EXCHANGE for a lot In the most promising suburb of Chicago; ar good bargain will be given. B. GRANGER- Room 14, 92 Wabash-ar. FOR SAIiE. TTtOR SALE-34 TEA CANS, 7 COFFEE TUBS’ X 1 cheap, together or separate. D. COLE A SON, 18a West Madison-st. OR SALE-GOOD 2-STORY FRAME BUILDING 2Ux4O ft., centrally located, with lease. This Is a bar gain. For terms and particulars address D 64, Tribune office. TjIORSALE-TWOORTHREE GOOD FIRE-PROOH JD safes, cheap, at No. 53 Fifth-ar., near Randolph-st,. Fob sale-diamond rings, solitaire an S cluster. Walcfaes and new chain at a great sacrifice. Fire and burglar-proof bank safe, sl*ooo- W. OTTA WAY, 79 Dearborn-si. POR SALE SECOND-HAND from 200 to 1,000 diameters, at DR. JOHN PHIL LIPS'. Optician and Oculist. Don't forget the place, I2ft Fourtn-av., a few doors sooth of Hsrrison-st. Spectacle* salted by inspection to the eye. For sale—a frame barn, 20x40 feet. lo* cated on the corner of Foreat-av. and Thlrty-thlra-st» Apply on premises from 6 to 8 p. m., or at Room 4 Ex change Building, Stock Yards, any time before 8 p. m. For sale-one of reedy’s patent eleva/- tort; cost 830, will tell for $175. Address L 80 Trlb*. Uno office. FOR SALE—MEDIUM-SIZED SAFE, OFFICE desk, office or parlor store, sewing machine, engiatij. boiler, and smoke-stacki 68 West Momoe-st. FOR SALE —ONE UPRIGHT SHOW-CASE., length. 8 % feot; height, 3 feet; silver mounted. Oaa' counter show-case, length, 9 feet. 879 West Modison-st, For sale-a soldier’s discharge en* titling the holder to ICO acres of Government land.l Address C&6, Tribune office. For sale-yoke oxen, well broke, good condition, cheap. Inquire WALKER, OAKLEY A CO,, 229 East Lake-st. OR ators, ice-boxes, round tables, chair*, desk, Suitable for rostanrant. Basement 871 Wabash-ar. For salb-a steam canal-boat, fuh* capacity, stone deck, inporfcct running order; sura to moke money in sand. GEO. P. BAY, 30 Kacker-st. For salb-a diamond ring, first water, weighing two carats. X 44, Tribune office. FOB SATE - A THOROUGHBRED ENGIdSHf pointer, well trained, kind, and handsome, 1 yeag old; price $25. Call at 194 Cottage Grovo-av. FOR SALE-BILLIARD TABLE, NEARLY Con be soon at 102 Third-av. TTIOR SALE-A HERRING’S SAFE, AT LOW PRICE., J? Inquire at 672 West Lake-st. FOR SALE-ONE 12-FT COUNTER AND SHELVw log; all new, cost S6O; for sls. At 402 West Erie-st. FOR SALE-THREE GOOD SAMPLE TRUNKS, suitable for notions; also stock of stationery and no* lions very cheap. Room 4 Garrett Block, comer Lak» and Market. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. CALL AT 61* JT.Lakeit., for 4 days only. Wo will sell the entire cou-.- tents of two brick dwellings, consisting of velvet, Englistv body-brussels, tapestry, and three-ply carpets, marble* top and walnut chamber setts, 1 book-case and empires boastoad combined, cost $75; marble-top tables, bed*.' springs, and bedding, extra large live geese feather pH—. lows: also parlor, dining, sitting and chamber room fur niture, ana kitchen utetuiis; also oilTpalntings, and steel engravings; one elegant rosewood melodeon*' and many articles too numerous to mention, cost oven SI,OOO, and will be sold cheap for cosh—parties loavinflg the city. These goods will he delivered to any part of tha city fro* of charge. HODGES A CO., Salesmen, ware* rooms 613 Lake-st., between Ashland-av. and Panllgo-st.' PARLOR SUITES* mattresses, Ac., ns instalments at cash prices. EM* PIRE PARLOR BEDSTEAD CO., 852 -West Modi* son-«t. FOR SALE—FURNITURE OF 12 ROOMS, AT Al bargain for carb.and house to rent. Address A. D., P. O. Box 358. • For sale-thk first-class furniture con* fin the fine suite of rooms 447 Wabash-av.; the furniture is all now, and in A No. 1 order; also 60 yards o< tapestry Bnuiels that bos only been used 6 weeks. Ap ply at toe slxvo number until 6p. in. Monday. N. B.—* No second-hand dealers need apply. Fob s/lk—household goods-i will buy forcoxh. to any amount, or will und yon cash par, chasers, for a commission. Address 1. J., 961 Wa. bssh-aw FOPSALE-AN ELEGANT BEDROOM SET OS niroltare, bodv Brussels carpets, lace curtains, cor* nice*, bedding, and stove, at a great bargain. If taken af on«e- Apply after 12 o'clock, 1236 Prairle-av,, ne&a Tventy-sixth-st. JUST RECEIVED-WE HAVE ORDERS TO Dlß poso of three residences; all first-class furniture r parties desiring each will call at HODGES 4 CO,, 813 West Lake-st.; any one desiring to have their fornitnr* disposed of in this way can have them appraised, froe of charge, and sold to cash easterners: also, parties goln* to housekeeping or wanting to fnanlah hotels, boardlne. booses, or rooms, will save money by leaving their order* or addressing IIODG ES 4 CO,, 613 west Laia-ft. P. 3.—• Warerooms between Paulina and Ashland-av.; all order* promptly attended to. Lease and furniture of a first-clas^ home for sale; suitable for boarding purposes: every-, thing in good shape; will be sold at a bargain. ANDREW PEARSON 4 CO., 150 South Water-«t. PARTIES HAVING SOME EASY CHAIRS. CENTRA table, and bed lounge. In good condition, for saltg cheap, may find a pore baser by addressing E fio, Triban* office. I REMEMBER THE LARGE SALK OF CENTRED b fnrnltnro, at 68 Park-av., Monday, 10 o’clock sharp*/ Seo auction column. • . WANT ED-ANY ONE HAVING A LARGE RANCH for sale can find a customer by inquiring beforw Monday noon of G H H, 93 North Clark-st. WANTED-TO BUY. CHEAP FOB CASH, A STOCK! of household furniture. Apply at 199 LaSalle-st.*. Tuesday. eo/vrr— THE EMPIRE PARLOR BEDSTEAXa I surpasses all. Seven styles. Adapted to par lor, library, dining-room, and office. An elegant pleca of furniture, convertible ius-'antly Into a perfect bedj Saves room; saves rent! fold on instalments of SlO t* month. EMPIRE PARLOR BEDSTEAD CO., aM Madlaon-et. IGMATERIAL. build: Fob sale— vebvcheap— 9Xls,9xn, axis. 10x12. and luxli new-slued .sab, Iminlri a M Dland.ar. “ FOB3ALE-A/ SEASONABLE PBICE3, CEBtT* fled coplea 0/ original ab«txacla In Shennan'aSoVn Sec. 3, 39, 13; Fnivonity Sub’n, EobeiUon’» Sns f L Lower South fork, and Shalden 4 Parker's 33, 39, IS. Bonn 1. -B7 Vabaeh-ar. , FOB SALt-3»,WJO RED PRESSED BRllftThn pap lor cash See aamploat ELLIOTT Dvr/ocr,, r?c CO., 119 Learbom-tt., Room 9. gf™OLDS * IS3S « nmai9 11