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DRIVEN OUT BY THE CZAR.
JtnlTM In New York of Women n«d>
lcn.l Htudouts from Zurich*
J'rom the AVio York Sun, July 28.
When Aloxnndor XI. of llusnlft published a
olcono Inat winter, recalling to domestic Ufo bis
strong-minded Russian daughters who woro pur
suing medical studioa in Zurich, tho dismayod
and indignant doughtors, moat of thorn, obeyed;
not from a zeal of filial obedience, but because
the Russian Oousul in Zurich, enforcing bis
Emperor’s command, obliged them to foavo.
9oino wont to Paris, and nro there finishing
••heir course of study; others woro scattered, -
lilro dead winter loaves, throughout Gormhny
and other parts of Europe. Tho majority, help
leas, returned to their atom mother-land, while
a few, a small but nroolona leaven, turned their
faces toward America. They have juet arrived,
and naturally the fitet light that brings them out
of the darkness of their recent disgrace comes
through a searching ray of tho Sun, in the shape
of a live reporter. Very interesting women they
are. and would bo an honor to any country, not
withstanding tho Czar thought host to take
them out of school and bade them oomo homo
ns bad or brainless children.
Tho story, as told by tho women students
themselves, is in brief tho following: About
ICO Russian women woro at Zurich studying
mathematics and medicine, when, l&sl
November, their Emporor published a ukase
that women In tho medical profession would re
ceive ho recognition above tho rank of midwife.
Later, a few months, Alexander 11. commanded
tho women studying at Zurich to oomo homo, as*
signing no reason. Tho students had suspicions
of causes, ,in somo degree related, and of tho
Governmental preliminary proceedings. They
believe that for about six months previous to the
midwife edict of last November, thoro had boon
a secret correspondence between tbo Russian
Minister of Public Instruction and tho Zurich
professors. That tbo Professors, notwithstand
ing their dislike to womon students in general,
and to Russians in particular, woro constrained
io answer him that somo of those Russian womon
would ho tho glory and pride of tholr country if
to finiah their studios; that they wore,
os students, very superior; that they overcame *
with unexpected facility the greatest difficulties
in tho medical scientific course, but all of no
£vall. The degrading edict of November was
-promulgated, and soon followed by recall io
XUißsla; an arbitrary power over individuals,
which In this country is, if not incredible, at
least incomprehensible.
These womon students, who are also accom
plished ladies, avow that the 160 womon who
were suddenly prohibited from tho scholastic
advantages of Zorich, woro totally proper,
decorous, in no manner unreasonable or objec
tionable by tho practice of occontrio theories;
that thoro had boon four students, four only,
and two years ogo, who did avow and recklessly
practice all tbo novel and extreme notions of
the Nihilists; that two of tho four woro taken
homo by tholr parents to Russia, tbo father
of one of them being a proprietor of vast
estates; and tho other' two woro forced away
by law on account of tholr debts; that many of.
these 150 would bavo boon graduated this spring.
They proudly instance among tbo Russian wo
men that Uavo already boon graduated from tho
Zurich Universities, tho Misses Sonsloff, Nadojda
Iwanownft Korostaowa, Gortoharowa. and many
others, as considered by Gorman scientific au
thorities so many modern wonders; and while
they scarcely blame tho natural reaction of
stringent power following tbo people's abuse of
liberties suddenly introduced by tho Crimean'
war, they regret what thoy consider a totally un
necessary edict, and which was personally a se
rious injury. Meanwhile those are accomplished
women—polyglots, artists, traveled, scientific,
nearly moneyless, able to do much, aud wanting
something to do.
Brigham Volins’ to Ills Wires*
Brigham Young is doing tho domestic lectur
ing himself just now. Hero is an extract from
one of bis Jittlo family talks: “I wish my
women to understand that what lam going to
gay is for them os well as others, and I wont
those who oro hero to toll their sisters; yes, all
tho women in tbo 'community. I am going to
give you from this time to tho Gth of October
next for reflection, that you may dotormino
whether you wish to stay with your husbands or
not, and then I am going to sot every woman at
liberty, and say to them now go your way. And
my wives bavo got to do one of two things,
either round up their shoulders to onduro iho
aflUcUons of this world, and live their religion,
—that Is, polygamy,—or they must leave j for 1
will not have them about !mo, I will go into
Heaven alono rather that to have scratch
ing and fighting about mo. I will sot all at
liberty. What, first wife, too ? Yes, I liberate
you ail. I want to go somewhere or do some
thing to got rid of tbo whiners.”
MARINE.
Port of Cliicnffo.
ARRIVED
Schr Dispatch, Sturgeon Bay, lumber.
Dark Naiad, Oconto, lumber.
Drop B, F. Wade, Tort Huron, sundries.
Drop City of London, Montreal, sundries,
Drop Chicago, Buffalo, coal,
Steam barge Monitor, South Haven, Un-b&tk,
Scow Sea-Bird, Grand Haven, lumber.
Schr Lone Star, Menominee,lumber.
Bargo K. E. lyeon, Menominee, lumber.
Barge Menckaune, Menominee, lumber.
Bargo E. U, UoWue.on, Menominee, lumber.
Tug Bismarck, Menominee, towing.
Scow William Bates, St. Joseph, wood.
Scow D. R. Or. on, Muskegon, tan-bark.
Bcbr Addle, Benton Harbor, lumber.
Bchr U. 8. Grant, Sturgeon Bay, tan-bark,
Schr Coral, Lincoln, lumber.
Drop City of Concord, Buffalo, coal,
Bcbr Clipper City, Muskegon, lumber.
Slmr John A. Dix. Ludlugton, towing.
Bargo Mary, Ludington. lumber.
Barge Horacbol, Ludlngton, lumber.
Bargo Mary McVca, Ford Rlvor, lumber. .
Bcbr Gom, South Haven, lumber.
l>rop H. E. Paine, Grand Haven, towing,
Bargo C. 0. D., Grand Haven, lumber.
Bargo Mary Amanda, Grand Haven, lumber.
Bargo Wiu. Burn, Grand Haven, lumber.
Bchr O. P. Johnson, Sangatuck, lumber.
Bcbr Lilly Gray. St. Paul’s Pier, lumber,
Bchr Idiot, Mualicgon, lumber.
Schr Monsoon, Muskegon, lumber. *
Scbr Lizzie Throop, Ludwig’s Pier, lumber.
Steam barge Chaa. Riotz, Manistee, lumber.
Barge Harmony, Manistee, lumber.
Bark E. O. L., Traverse Bay, wood.
Bchr Arrow, Holland, lumber.
Bclir J. P. ward, White Lake, lumber.
flchrE. G. Gray, Muskegon, lumber,
fltmr Corona, Bt. Joseph, sundries.
Schr Madina, Oswego, salt.
S. hr Louis Day, Oconto, lumber,
Bchr Amaranth, Buffalo, coal.
Schr Glpsey,-White Lake, lumber,
Bohr Ouyahoo, Grand Traverse, wood,
Bohr Hamilton, Owen’s Pier, telegraph poles
Bchr S. Bates, Menominee, lumber.
Bchr George Steele, Cleveland, coal.
Bchr D. O. Fort, Buffalo, coal.
Prop City of Detroit, Port Huron, salt.
Bargo Guiding Star, Bay 0115% ealt.
Bchr W. H. Hawkins, union Pier, wood.
Bcbr Kate Uincbman, Bhoboygau, lumber,
Bchr Orient, Oswego, coal.
Btmr Manitowoc. Two Rivers, sundries.
Scow M. N. Dunfiam, Pike’s Her, wood.
Bchr William Smith, Wooloys' Pier, tan bark.
Bchr Muskegon, Grand Haven, sundries.
Purge Annie Laura, Muskegon, lumber.
Bchr Four Brothers, Manistee, lumber.
Bohr John Tibbote, Muskegon, lumber.
Bchr 0. Ellon, Menominee, wood.
Prop Favorite, Menominee, lowing.
Barge Sonora, Menominee, lumber.
Barge T. J. Bronson, Menominee, lumber.
Barge E, Williams, Menominee, lumber.
Bcbr U. P. Baldwin, Oconto, lumber.
Bchr Australia, Green Bay, wood.
Prop Columbia, Montreal, salt.
Bchr Magdclona, Coral Her, wood.
Bchr A. Pluggor, Holland, wood.
Bchr Ella EUouwood, White Lake, lumber.
CLEARED July 29 and SO.
Bchr Hubbard, Buffalo, 10,600 bu wheat.
Bchr Miunio Blauaon, Buffalo, 34,000 bu corn.
Btmr Merchant, Buffalo, 38,000 bu com, 4,000 hrlt
Hour.
Schr Eralino, Buffalo, 18,000 bu wheat.
Bchr Minnie Williams, Buffalo. 20,000 bu corn.
Bchr Julia Willard, Buffalo, 4,1)00 bu oats, 378 bu corn,
100 brla dour.
Bcbr L. R. Shepard, Cedar River, 1 brl bacon, 91 brls
Hour.
Prop Toledo, Buffalo, 7,000 bu wheat, 8,500 bu corn, 90S
Hour.
Barge Harmony, Manistee, 100 bu oats.
Prop Ch. Riotz, Manistee, 600 bu oats.
mallT OLVAHAHCZB,
Brig Rosclue, Oswego, bu corn.
Stuir Graoito State, Otfdeusburgb, 0,03 d bu com, 200
bcls (tour, 8 brlu pork.
Stmr Muskegon, Grand Haven, sundries.
Prop O. J. Trucsdoll, Green Hoy, sundries.
Btm barge Monitor. South Haven, 700 bu oats, 6 brls
salt.
Prop Missouri, Duluth, 0 btls pork, 10 brls flour, S3
cattle.
PropD. W, Blanchard. Buffalo, 28.000 bu oats, 23,000
bu wheat, 2,000 brls flour, 60 bales brootneoru.
Lake Freights
Were active and (Inner. The demand was quite ur
gent for vesuris to load wheat, and On* market was firm
at 6)[email protected] Ibites to Oswego are quotable at for
corn, and for wheat. The thartera reported
were: To Buffalo Bchra Evallno and Hub
bard, wheat, at Oo; achr ti. T. Atwater,
whrat ‘on private terms; prop. Chicago,
corn, at OVI *wbr. Lewis Day, oats, at
To Now York, via Erie—Prop India, oats, through
rote. To Now England, via Ogdonsburgh—Prop City
of Concord, corn on through rates. To Oswego—ttchr
Orient, corn at lOtfo. To Klugatou-Schra W. H.
Phelps and Northumberland, uud two propellers not
named, wheat ou private terms. It waa understood
that several more vessels had been engaged for wheat,
Total capacity equal to 180,000 bu wheat, 80,000 corn,
and 60,000 bu oats, .
ItlUrellanooue.
The Buffalo CoumtreM AiivtrUmr wyi that loal
complaints ato made regarding tbo decision of the
Bonn) of Control (o cloio St; Mary’s Canal on tUo 18lh
of November, aud It Is understood, they arc about to
reconsider their action*
Tho barge J. IT. nutter discharged 03,013 bushels,
or 1,163 tons, of corn at Buffalo last Saturday, boating
tho Arabia some 01 tons,
' —A now tug—tho Rambler—la pronounced by her
Captain to bo no perfect that bo does not 100 whoro bo
could change her for abettor. '
—The Bnilautlno hM boon partially repaired and
taken to Buffalo,
—Capt, William Irving, of Hamilton. Ont., com
manding tbo schr Onhinre, bad bis bank broken on
Friday lant by tUa falling of the atay-sail boom. Ho la
paralyzed, but the physicians call bis caao hopeful,
i—The HcbrW. O. Grant, rcconlly rescued from tbo
oaalorn ehore of Lake Michigan, has bean thoroughly
rebuilt and will bo rondy fur sorvlco shortly.
' —Tbo steamer Ball mn on a pile at Bay Pity on Satur
day last, stove a hole la her bull, aud sunk.
—Tbo Detroit 3Vfbune records tbo unsuccessful at
tempt to lay tho telegraphic cable serous tbo Strolls to
Point 81. Ignsco. On taking soundings tbo bottom
woa found to bo so uneven aud rooky as to render tbo
•uccoss of the undertaking 100 hazardous amt uncer
tain of durability. Another point was eeloetod. when
it was discovered tbo cable on board wos too abort by
about one mile in length, Tho additional length will
bo manufactured and tbo cable laid.
: —lt Is said that tho Northern Transportation Oom
fiany am taking stops looking towards tbo building of
on or twelve barges, with a capacity of 18,000 bushels
each, for (be transportation of grain from this and
minor lake ports.
—Tbo Detroit IVtfiunesays: “By reference to tbo
arrivals end departures at Chicago, wo not unfroquont
ly find tbo names of some of tbo old-timora, which,
having sorvod out tholr allotted time in these parts,
oro taken to Lake Michigan, and Uvo tholr Uvea over
again. Tho old propeller City of Madison, built at
Buffalo, by Vandyke A North, Is onoof thcao veterans,
which, during her time, baa furnished the reporters
with & greater share of merino disasters than any other
steamer afloat."
—South Chicago lighthouse will beam upon tbo lake,
for tbo first timo, to-morrow.
—Speaking of. tbo harbor of refuge on Lake Huron,
tho Sanilac Jeffersonian says that tbo work has com
menced, and will bo prosecuted this season with all
dispatch, .Tho contractors oro on tbo ground, and
expect to have two cribs In this fall. Tbo cribs are to
bo made of Umber 1 fpot square, 06 feet long, aud
nearly 30 wide, bolted together with iron bolts, and
filled with eloDo. The work will bo pushed this season
Witb-vlgor.
—Vessels drawing 10>$ feet of water can enter Manis
tee harbor, and the channel will bo deepened to admit
of vessels entering that will draw 19 feet when loaded,
—Tho sebr Two Brothers, Oapt. Chesbolm, which
loft Oswego on tbo 26 tb for Port Hope, with coal, lost her
: jibboom guys, Jibboom, and mast-head In a puff of
wind 'Just outside of port. She was towed in safely.
—Tbo cause of tho trouble at Bar Point has boon dis
covered by Government surveyors to consist of a shoal,
about 100 foot In length and 200 feet in width, with 13
foot of water on it. Largo boulders were found in sev
eral places. Being now known, tbo obstructions can
-very likely bo removed without difficulty.
—A now three-masted schooner, (bo Four Brothers,
belonging to and named after the quartette who com
prise tbo shipping firm of Blotz Brothers, arrived in
town yesterday from Manistee, with a cargo of doaln.
Tbo vessel will bo measured this morning.
—Tho owner of (bo bark Lotus sent n ' message to
Mr. Bundy, asking him to ** soml him a man who
wont Jump overboard," a class of sailor which It Is to
bo bopod Is not scarce in port j that is to say. when
drowning supersedes tbo eccentricity, as it did In tbo
cabo tbs Lotus man complains of.
HORSES AMX> CARRIAGES.
A LARGE STOCK OF CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES
at reduced prices: also, a few aooond.haad buegloa:
27 and 29 South OUnton-at. H. B. HILL.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF CARRIAGES, PUAK
tons, buggies, oto., oto., at low prices; also eovoral
secondhand, at 837 Btsto-si. P. L. SMITH.
A NO. 1 TOP BUGGY, HORSE, AND HARNESS
for talc at a bargain, if taken at once. Owner loaves
for Europe ooxtMonday. Apply atlOO West Monrop.st.
A LL OP OHIOAGO SHOULD KNOW THAT THERE
JX. IsapUco whoro a man, woman, or child can buy or
aollaborso, buggy, wagon, orbanots, andnodocopllon;
it is 261 Btato-it. Sato stablas of horeos, bugstes, and
harness. BRADLEY A
TT»OR SALB-OR EXOHANQK-FOR BRICK. HORSE
J} and buggy; It is ono of tho bast horsoa in tho city for
business use: timeß minutes. MATSON LULL, 108 and
liDDoarborn-st.
TTIOR SALK-CHEAP—A PINE BAY tIORSB. DUO-
X* gy, and harness. MARTIN PRY, 1123 India tin-av.
For salb-or exchange for a light bug
gy—A flrst-oUsi uddlo-hono. Address A 18, Trtb
uqe office, .
IpOR SALK—LIGHT AND HEAVY EXPRESS AND
X 1 delivery wagons of all kind*, also several second-hand
buggloa, at 250 South Oanal-at.
TpOB SALE-CHEAP. GOOD TOP BUGGY, ALSO
X 1 a two-aoatod business wagon, nearly now. Room 13,
145 South Olark-st. WISNBR BROS.
TTUMANITY TO HORSES—NO FOOT NO HORSE.
XX No frog no foot*
Sato your horses,
Why tbo Goodonougb Horss-Shooand System hasboon
adopted by tbo largoet horse owners In all our “ largo
dries.”
Why It koops Bound foot sound.
Why It prevents and cures quarter cracks.
Why It stops interfering.
Why It prevents and euros contraction.
Why Itouroß andproTonta bruised hods or corns.
Why It strengthens boot knees.
Why It gives tbo horse his natural stop.
Why It cures and provonta drop sole or pomaced foot.
Why It provonta and oaros crooked ankles.
Why hones shod with this shoe do not ovorreacb or fluff
tbolrknoos.
Why bar or ronnd shoes aro not roqnlrod.
Why this shoo Is tho only perfect winter shoe ever used,
and all tender footed horses shod to go sound.
Apply to BUAYTON, KINO AGO., Agents and Horsc
sheers for tho Uoodonongh Shoe. 121 Mloblgan-av., Chi
cago, .
THRER-SPiUNG PHAETON TO EXCHANGE FOB
good business buggy at 66 East Adams-st.
TOP BUGGY. HORBE, AND HARNESS, QUARAN
toed a perfect family horse, at a great bargain. CnU
at 73 and 74 Doatborn-st.
......July 30.
TO nORHE-OWNBRS-ÜBB THE GOODBNOUOH
bono'Shoo; don’t have the frog and solo cutaway.
Boi* article of to-day, Inside this paper. HRAYTON,
KINO A BON. Agontaandllorso-Shoorß. 12lMlchlgau-av.
WANTFD-A GOOD YOUNG DRAFT-HORSE AT
Ti wood-yard, corner Jackson and Doaplaloos-sts.
WANTED-WORK FOR 3 GOOD TRAMS AND
trucks, also 2 teams and lutnbor-wagooa. Will work
cheap. Rotors to Noyes' Feed-Storo, corner Washington
and Oanal-Bts.
TJT ANTED—TEAMS TO HAUL COAL; STEADY
it work all winter. Will furnish wagons and carts.
Apply to MINER T. AMES A CO., cor. Kinzlo and
Gruon-st.. or 1 West Randoloh-st.
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST-ON RANDOLPH-ST. OARS, OANAL-ST.,
Xj or 4:45 p. m. train to Irvins Park, Monday. 2Stli,
lady's wallet containing sl3 nr sls. Finder suitably re
warded by leaving at HASKELL’S Trunk Store, under
Tribune office. _____
T OST—A POOR WOMAN LOST HER ENTIRE PER
XJ sonal property, a pocket-book wllh SB2O or $230,a1l she
S Diseased, between corner Clark and Harrison-sts. to I*l f
oontb, through Fourth-av. Tho tinder could do no bet
ter than to return It to 553 South Clark-st,
T OST-A WHITE FRENCH MALE DOG. REWARD
Xj will bo paid on delivering it at 705 Stato-st.
T OST-ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, ON
XJ iPrairio-av. or Slxteontb-st. or Wabaih-av. stage, be
tween Sixteenth and Twunty-tbird-sts., a black Isoo
capo. Finder will bo suitably rewarded by returning it to
£W PnMo~av,
T OST-YESTEBDAY AFTERNOON, ON MADISON*
XJ st., between Field A Loiter’# store and Halsted.jt., a
black silk fan, with shell chain attached. Please return
same to office of RHODES A BRADLEY, 1M Washington
st„ and bo rewarded
Found-on julyss, ists. on blub island-av.,
1 bunch of keys with safe-key attached. Tho owner
may have them by applying to JOHN JONES, Foreman,
corner of Polk and Olmton-su.
T?OUND-A POOKBTBOOK CONTAINING SMALL
J? sum of money, tickets, Ac. Owner oao have by apply*
ing at Tribune counting-room.
F“ OUND-A SMALL SUM OP MONEY. WHICH
the owner can have by proving property and paying ex
penses, KHVIN A. JOIINES, Attomoy-at-Law, Room
6, 183 Washlngtou-st.
17»Oft SALE—A LARGE LOT OF BLIOIITLY
X' damaged clothes, horse, scrub, and sboe brushes wilt
be nearly given away at 76 South Doatborn-at.
T?OR SALE-LOT OF SILVERWARE, A FLUTING
X* machine, and croquet sot, all new Junol, cheap for
cash. Address A 68, Tribune office.
TBOU SALE-A BARGAIN FOR A BUTCHER—
X 1 Butcher's racks and Ico-boxos: will bo sold cheap SI
taken within 0 days. Apply to 11. CHESTER. 4 West
Lako*BC.
T7IOR SALE-BLACK WALNUT OFFICE RAILING,
X* suitable for store or office, will bo sold cheap if taken
at once. D. B. FIBK A GO., corner Wabaab-ay, and
Wasliingtonit.
FOR SALK-BLACK WALNUT COUNTER AND
desk, 4 picture canvassing oases, and nice front office
for rent low. Room 16, 146 Mast Madlson-st.
FiR SALE-ONE OF TUB BEST MORNING PA
per routes la tho city, or would take a partner. Ad
dress U 71, Tribune office.
INSTRUCTION.
COTTAGE HILL SEMINARY ~ FOR . YOUNG
ladles, Poughkeepsie. N. Y. Muslo ana the fine
arte a specialty. Open* Sopt. 17. O. O. WETHBLL,
Principal and Proprietor.
TTIQHLAND MILITARY ACADEMY. WOUOKB
- Maas., flte boys and young men for common and
aoleutiuo pursuits. Its superior morits stated in circular.
C. B. METCALF, A. M., Superintendent.
*Vf MR. O. d» SILVA AND MRS. ALEX. BRAD.
iVi FORD'S (formerly Mr*. Ogdon Hoffman’s) English,
French, and Gorman Boarding and Day School for young
ladle* and children, 17 WoatTnlrty»elguth-Bt.» NowVork,
reopen* Boplombor M. Application* may bo utado at
above.
MRS. WM. O. BRYAN'S BOAIUHNa.SOIIOOLFpR
young ladle*. The fall term of Mr*. BRYAN’S
IJKEKSKILL MILITARY ACADEMY—PEEKSICH.L,
i?6f;gn s T O «bNALiS. 0 i;
M,, AsHoolato Principals. .
A SWEET, CLEAR. AND BEAUTIFUL TONE
J\. roaewooJ pianoforte, made by Stodart, Now York
City: an eiouUvnv Instrument. In perfect condition: must
bo sold. Price, with stool and cover, SUU, IluiUlunco,
7 Klghteonlh-st., near Pralrlo-av.
TTo"YOU WIBU TO BUY A GOOD FIANOFOU
i J i'JOtiloas than the regular price! If ao, it will pay
yon to call at 66V Patk-av. and oiantUa the Instruments.
1?OR BALE—ONE NEEDHAM A SONS’ ORGAN. IN
D perfect order. Coitus sUWowhlf taken to-day.
Apply at 1123 indlaaa-av.
IBOIfBALK-ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS. IW NEW
.1' piano*, mst-olast In ovary respect, J. BAUER A
CO.; 820 Wahish-av., and Palmer's Grand Hotol. _
Tilbil BALK-SEVERAL BUdONU-lland pianos:
X.’ nearly now, and warrautod perfect for u number of
years, atfcHl Wabasb-av. .
TVVORCJKS-LKOALLY OBTAINED—FEE AFTER
J./ dourau. Ho.qd.l .TOld.d. NUlo Tu.r.' jiragtlc. id
tfcg Qguru o( OtUOMO. Addicut.U.tiuriW-
FOR SALE.
MUSICAL.
DIVORCES.
*niJE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: THURSDAY, .HJLT 31, 18*3.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-10 LOTS ON EOAN-AV., CORNER OF
StOVTftTt. • ,
SS foot oa L&ngiQjr-AT., botwoou Forty-second and Forty,
third-sts.
136x160, corner of Forty-eighth-st. and Konwoocl-cotirt.
160 foot on Konwood-cnurl, between Forty-seventh and
Forty.ofghlh-stt., within nno block «f Kenwood Station.
49x1110, Kimbmk-av., between Flftt-tlxth and Fifty
eovnnth-tta.
;60xlfJ0on Indlana-av., between FRiy-thlrd and Fitly
fourth-su,
10 bile on Wo»lern-fiv., neat Laughton-st.
SO lots on ItAUßhimi and Marvin-am., near Woßtorn-av.
10 lots on Soooud and KrJe-sts., between Bonbon and
Noble,
• 60x170 on Mlohlgan-ftv,, -with flnt-elaaa bouse.
26x11(1, with 3-aiory frame house, on FoUrth-av., be
tween Harrison and I’olk-Rls.
10 lots on Kgnn-ar., corner Stewart.
60x131 on Indlana-av., between Thirty-third and Thirty,
fourth-sta. „ , WING A FARMN,
85 East Waihlngtnii-nt., Hoinu 4.
inou rale—good Tinf roriiTowiNn
X 1 strools: State, Burnside, Buttorflold, Arnold, Onrl
baldl, Hanover, llotlor, Wallace, Hummer, Winter, Mur
ray, and llalstod; also on Wentworth, Hlmrtlolf. Portland
and Htowart-evs; also on Alexander, Twenty-fourth,
Twcnly-flUtb, Twenty-seventh, Twenty-eighth, Napoleon,
Twenty-ninth, Karl, Thirtieth, Haven, Tiility-firat.Tiilr.
ty-aooood, Thlrty.thlrd, Thirty-fifth, Thirty-sixth, Thirty
seventh. Fontaine, aud Thirty •olßhth-sfs. Titlo perfect.
Warranty deeds. A very small payment down, live years
time. Oner cent interest. No agoncy business. Apply to
owner, ALBERT PRANK, lleTMonroo.tt.
TITOR SALK SANG A MON-ST.—2-STORV FRAME
X' bonsn. No. 19 North Sangamon-st.: lot 40x135. BNY
DBU A I.KU, 14 Nixon Building, northeast corner Mon
roo and LaSallo-sts.
THOR SALE CHEAP, AND ON VERY EASY
X 1 forms, botino and lot 60x176 foot. Micblcau-nv., com
mending an unobstructed view of Uiolako. Apply to J.
8. GOULD, 119 Doarbnrn-st.
TpOll SALE—AT A BARGAIN-LOTS ON WEST-
X' orn-ftv., Polk, Taylor. Twolftli-sts., umi Campbell
av. Parlies wishing to build, no money required down,
and, ff dosfred, will furnish n part of tho money to Jmilrl.
Inquire of GEORGE OaDWELL, on promises, or, at 185
Booth Oiark-st., In bank.
TBOll SALE—AT A GREAT BARGAIN. ON MONTH
i?. ly payments, now house, Oroora#,onTaylor-st., near
Campboll-av. Inquire at 166 South Olnrk-st., io bank.
IjiOß SALK—A FINE RESIDENCE LOTON NORTH
■ LaSallo-st., southwest corner of Chestnut, one block
north of Ohtoago-av., 40x112 foot raoro or loss loan alloy.
Apply to owner. WM. H. BRUNS. 102 Milwaukee*?.
FOR BALR-A NEW COTTAGE AND LOT; nine
rooms, throe closets, pantry, water. All fors2,Boo;
$1,600 cash, balance to suit. Inquire nt 1091 Japkeon-st.
FOR SALE—S4OO—ONLY THIS WEEK. DRBIRA
bIc lots In the city, eonvoniont to business, for SIOO.
Wo have only 90 out of 200 loft. A. O. STOREY A BON,
145 Oierk-st., Room 8.
For sale-asuland-av., near harrt6on
at., woat front, 80x160 foot. SNYDER A LKK, U
Nixon’s Building, nortboaat corner Mouroo and La-
Saho-sts. ■ •
For near o. an. w, oar-suops,
insidoolty limits: cheap ood on easy terms and long
time; froorldotomomUo* by cart or carriage. PULN
NEY A LOMBARD, 163 LaSallo
F“~‘OR SALB-LAKR-BT., NEAR KF.nZIF.-AV., <OO
foot, south front, by 170 deep. Ottered cheap for few
daye. H. K. WELL 3. 188 Doarbom-aU
THOR SALR-OR F.XOHANOR-IS6 FRET ON OOT-
J? taflo Orovo-av. by 120 foot on Woodland Park. This is
a choice propocty. Tormt very oosy. Dauglaa cloud s&t-
Isflod.
Five houses and lots on Thirty-sovonth-st. at a bargain,
togolhororalngly. B. IS. WELLS,
■ No. las Deatbovn-at.
THOR BALR—OR EXOHANOE-BAKGAIN-TWO-
J? story frame houno, east front, on Wabnsh-av., near
lHahlooQth.it.; lot 25x191. ULRICH A ROND, 87 Dear
born-st. .
F~ OR SALE—33I«XIBO FT ON INDIANA-AV., BB
tween Sixteenth and ttlgbtoonth.sts; price, $2.70 por
foot cash, 11 aold this week. Tho price named In S7O pot
foot loss (ban the real valuo of tho lot. MATSON HILL,
108 and 110 Doarbom«Bt.
Tit OR BALK-OHEA.P HOUSES—HOUSE AND LOT
X* on Aloxandor-st., near Wootworth-av., with bam,
$3,000.
« House and lot on ShurUott-av., south of Thirty-fifth-it.,
on monthly payments.
llouso and lot on Bwlng-st., and barn.
Sbouioa on Thlrt/-iecond-at., oast of Wabaih-av.. 10
Toorni, $9,500. ULRIQII A BOND, 87 Doarbornst.
■pOR SALK—PARK-AV.—TWO-STORY BABBMRNT
X 1 brick house, mono front, on Park-av., between Wood
and Paco-sto. Modern Improvement*. Very cheap.
BNYDKKA LEE, 14 NUon Building, northeast corner
Monroo and LaSalto-sta.
li*Oß SALE—A GREAT BAROAIN-76 FKRT BY IGO
on tbo uorthoait corner o! Doattlaa.placo and Cain*
mot-av., looking down on tbo groat South Park Boule
vard. Tide lot can bo bought for $225 por foot, on easy
tonne, for only a few days. Inquire of JACOB WEIL
A CO., northwoit comer of Madiion andDoarbom-sts.
TROR SALK-10 LOTS ON WESTERN-AV.. NEAR
X' Laugbloo-st.
20 lota on Laughton*st., near IVostcm-av.
in lota on Campball-et., near Mooro.
Tho above lota aro nosr McCormick's Reaper Factory,
and will bo sold on easy paymonta.
WINOAFARLIN,
SSHastWaabington-Bt., Room 4.
TpOR HALE-800 PRAIBIB-AV., .75x178, 2-StORY
X 1 and basement brick bonao with Mansard roof. A,
J. GALLOWAY a BON, southwest corner fitato and
Madlson-sts.
F” OR SALE—INDIANA.AV.—FIVE LOTH, 127*125
foot, northeast corner Thlrty-aovonth-sf. and In
diana-av. SNYDER A LEE. 14 Nison's Building, north
oast comer Monroo and LaSalle-sta.
For sale-fine lots on indiana-av., nbar
Uouahvs-plaoe <IBO foot doop); only SUW por foot.
J. H. KEELER, HSUlark-st., comer Madison.
For sale-house and lease, cheap, go
and boo it, 193 Twooty-stxth-st. Want an offer. L.
WIUTNKY, MBLaßallo-st., basement.
TPOR BALR -WB HAVE TUB FOLLOWING
X 1 houses and lots for sale, which will pay those wishing
to buy to look at bolero buying:
Tylor-st., near Robey, Jo rooms, water, gas, marble
mantels, and bath-room; st,Buo, part payment may run
4M years.
llubbard-at., soar Paulina, 0 rooms, water, oto.;
$3,050. nno-tblrd cash-
DiXON A MITOHBLL, 147 Randolph-st., Room 9.
T?OR SALE -DOCK PROPKUTV-200 FT. ON HAL-
J? Btodst.' by 425 to North HraticU Cana). CAN
FIELD & MATTKSON, GO LnSatlo-st.
TflOR SALE—TiII RTY-SEVENTII-ST.. 143X100 FT..
J? uniithwast corner of Stunton-av. CANFIELD A
MATTKSON. 60 LaSalle-st.
TTtOR SALE-CHEAP, G AND 10 YEARS’ TIME, 8
X 1 per cents choice llydo Park property, uuar lake. J.
H. BISSELL, owner, 45 Bryan Block.
T?OUS ALE—LOTS IN _ WiSNER’S MILWAUKEE.
X 1 av. Addition, corner Dlvorsoy-et., near depot, arte*
slnnwoll, public school, park, nod boulevard, and omni
bus Hue: title perfect; prices low; longtime; ground
high: streets made and ornamented vrlthtroea; improving
rapidly. Call nt our office and take a froo ride to see these
lois. WIBNBR BROS., Room 12. VlftSouth Olark-st.
COUNTRY BEAL ESTATE.
T?OR BALE—2,2OO ACRES BRAOH AND MAPLE
X’ land 2 miles from Halley’s Harbor, Door County,
Wls.. at $3.50 per aero; tltlo porfootj taxes nit paid; one
fourth cash, balance on time. D. E. WELLS, Indian
apolis, Ind.
For sale—one of tub best improved
farms in Konoiha County, Wisconsin, located 6 miles
from Kenosha and CO miles from Chicago, on tho lino of
tho Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway, containing
490 acres. A good 3-story brick house and other necessa
ry outhouses on tho promises; also a chocio factory, it
having heretofore been used as a dairy and stock farm,
for cither of which it is admirably adapted. For terms,
etc., apply to R. W. HYMAN, JR., Room 11, 155 La-
Hallo-st.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WANTED - LOTS ON SOUTH WESTERN OR
IT Ugdon-avi, Owners of BUch wUhlug to Roll are ro
queried to call nt our office. OSBORN £ SKIILMAN,
128 South Ohvrk-Ht.
FINANCIAL
Loans of scoo to si,ooo, 6 to 12 months; swo
for 3U days, or real oslsto mortgages lif»ught;alßO
loans on collaterals, pianos, or houses on leasehold: dia*
moods wanted. W. OTTAWAY, 79 Dearborn-at-
Money to loan on diamonds, watches.
bonds, oto.. at LAUNDEU’S private office, 120
Itandolpb-Bt., near Clerk. Established, 1651.
Money advanced at lassen’s loan op
lico 1 late JACOBS A C0.,0n diamonds, watched and
other valuables: 177 Clark-st.. ooroorof Monroo, Room 5.
ONE SUM OF $5,000 TO LOAN AT W FEU CENT,
on Inside eooimty, S. CURRY A CO.
T>UROHABE MONEY MORTGAGES WANTED-S.
X QUERY A CO.. oTribune Building.
"WANTED—TO BURROW s‘lo,ooo FOR 6 YEARS ON
11 insldo Improved property; principal# only need apply
at Room 10. No. 83 South Clark-et.
ClQnn TO LOAN FOR 6 OH 13 MONTHS,
OOUU op good security, M. J, DUNNE, Attorney,
Room 10. 99 Madlaon-st,
nnn T0 LOAN for five years on
first-class insldo improved oily property.
SNYDER 4 LEE, 14 Nixon Building, northeast corner
Monroe cod LaSallo-its,
oi n nnn and $7,600, at 9 per cent inter
«4>Xl/»v/UU oat, to loan U or 6 years on Insldo Im
proved property. Inquire of JACOB WEIL A CO., north
west corner Dearborn and Madisou-ats.
<£i n hnn TO loan-in one on two loans,
*S)XU«UI/l/ for throe orflvo years, interest at It) per
cont, on Inside property only. WAITE 4 CLARKE, 69
Bryan Uloclc.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TSOOKS OPENED AND CLOSED, COMPLICATED
XJ accounts oxaminod and adjusted; posting, oto.,
promptly attended to, by WERE, 145 Flfth-av,
ASH
oellanoous goods of any kind, by sending a letter to I.
QBLDER, Loan Office, BG4 Stato-st.
Night soil rejioved on short notice by
Amt-olau scavenger; good job or no pay; charge*
reasonable. I). OLINNEN, euro F. O. ViERLING,
Iloom l§, 120 Dearhorn-at.
XTOTIOIC 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL NOT
Xv pay any debts contracted by my late partner, O. F,
Harris. P. BINDER, Fainter, 66D Btato-st, Ujilcogo,
July SO, 1873. *
Tub partnership heretofore existing
under the namo and stylo or linn of Binder A Harris
(iialntors) Is this day dissolved. I*. BINDER, Chicago,
July Stf, JW3. '
WANTED-TO PUROIIABU—A POINTER HUNT.
Ing dog. One with white and brown spots preferred.
Answer by mall where such an animal can bo soon.
SAMUEL W. SMITH, 80and83Fllih.av,
ANTED—TWO PIRST’OLXsS TICKETS FROM
Chicago (o SanFranolioo. Address THOMAS
RMITU, U1 West Madlsott-ttl,, or call from fl to 8 p. m.
for 9 days. ■
VITANTED-A BOARDING-STABLE, CENTRALLY
vf located. Any parties having a Urut-oUuatnbh) of
this kind for tale can hoar of a oaali customer by address-
Ing A It!. Tribune nthco.
AGENTS WANTED.
A CENTS WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN OF BN
(urprlso and businott sagacity will do well to examine
our inducements. Those with amall cash capital arc mak.
lug $1(1 to S2O » day (some have made $&l) la our easy
nionov-ronkliig business. Sample worth Mo sent free.
MERRILL A CO., M Wo»t Lako-st.
MACHINERY.
IpOU BAUt-OUKAP-ONR AGRICULTURAL P.N
--’ glue und holler on wheels. Apply to JOHN DAVIS
A CO., I'-fl Michigan-*!.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
DR. MATHEW AND MADAM MAYNARD, BUHL
uuss and medical medium*, lufi West MmlUunst.
T" lIE CELEBRATED OII’SY PALMIST IB IN TOWN
again. IloowatilSouthClark-at., upatalri. Fsosl.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
FIR SAI.K-I.OTB toilf.s FBRT IN OLVIIOUIiN'S
Addition (o Kavoniwood, front S6OO (o fglsxj each on
easy tonus. ,
Tills locution la unsurpassed for noailhlulnoss, beauty,
nnd accessibility, nnd no bolter opportunity ovists fortlin
Investment!)!aimallnmountolmnnoy than U hero pro*
aonloil, . ...
Kioollont school and church privileges, good soclotjr,
quick, otieali, ntid freahout communication with (lie city,
mid the boat kind ofbullding soil nro tbs features which
have given thin property prominence.
The demand la active nnd prices must soon advance;
tltlo unusually good. Printed abstract, plat and nil In*
formation furnished upon application to
JIOHKUT tmiCKlt, 81 LnSallost., Room 2.
POR BALI!—SUBURBAN REAL R&TATU—A DE
eirnblo dwelling house of 8 moms, and a good collar,
for sale at Kavonswnnd; lot 143x163 footonaobnlcncmnnr.
Apply to UUBICItT GREER, 81 LaSnllo-st.. Room 3. _
171 OH SALE-60 OR 75Plii5TOPA Oil 01 OB CO RN E R
J.' in Ravonswood for solo clionp for cash. Apply to
ROBERT GllltlCß, 81 USnllojt., Room_2.
TBOlt BALK—LOTS AT j IAPLBWOOP. ONLY FOUR
X* miles from tho Uourt-Uousn; commutation fare,
cent* 5 largo frontage on Humboldt boulevard. Fullerton
and Woilorn-avs. $ sidewalks have boon laid nnd trees sot
outonlbo entire properly. Parlies locking for homos
would do well to visit Maplewood before purchasing.
Price of lots from 8400 to ifOWl. WING A FARLIN, %
East Madlsun-st., Room 4.
TP OH SALK—A RARE CHANGE TO HIIOURE A
X' homoon 18 years*'Umo. I will soil W choice lots lu
North Evanston (not In any addition), within 3 blocks of
(bo depot, church, school, stores, oto., to men who will
build, at my lowest price, with no payment in 10 year*,
but. Interest paid annually iu advance at 8 par oont. I
will also sell ohouscs at low Uruvob, ono-imh cash, bnl
auco fn 10 years villi Ojmr cent Interest. Von that want
homos call at Room 8. 163 Monroo-sl., from 3 to r>, or at
tiny hour at my olHoo la Kvanstoo: free ride to examine
property. 0. E. BROWNE.
1?OU BALK-AUK YOULOOKING FOR A OHOICK
1 location for a borne, nnd one where there Is sure to ho
tv handoomo profit on the Investment f Wo will sell a for/
Jots at Scut), Jiranstoo, where wo have rich so)), thorough
drainage, sewur to tho lake, hue, largo trees, and slue*
walks all laid, at onflolngly-low rates 5 also s largo S-story
frame house In complete order, newly painted, papered,
etc. Lot 60x1f.0, and largo barn, for 98, WO. ifyou with
tbo nbovo cmno at once and go with us to tbo ground.
OSBORN A HKILLMAN, 128 Booth Ulark-st.
FOU SALK-NOUV/bODPARK—BLOCKS OR LOTS
at low prices, or wilt exebango. Ravonswood, Bovornl
hundred foot cheap. Uouth Ernnsloa, somo choice lota.
8. I!. WBLLS, 163 Poarbom-st.
For sale - krnwood- several choice
building sites on Forty-seventh and Forty*nlnth-rts.,
no Woadtawn, Lake, Madison, nod Waiblngton-nvs., as
low on nuychnlco property can ho had at this dclighitul
suburb. Now, iu tmd*siimmer. Is the time to secure a
residence lot. . Property that Is dull and slow sale now at
reduced figures, will bo active and advance from 10 to 16
per cent by the middle of September. One corner ol 76
loot, near station, ntoenorllico. JOHN AI. WAITE, 183
Uoarbotn-st.
F' ■ OB SXIB-LOTS, nr,OOKB OB aobes AT MON
troßo at low prices and good forms, 80 acres between
Harrison and Twelfth*sts. doalloa IB; 4u acres adjoining
plat of Norwwd 5 M acres near Brighton, .very low; 6 acres
on Wcatorn-av. All the nbovo arc bargains and Hrst-class
property. ItEA A COATES, 148 Waaulngton st,
Fob ralk-at a baroain-by’ golden 'i
FRKSUWATERS, 83 South Olark-st., Room 16:
40acrosluSoo, 11, 88, 13. 46acresInBco. Ifi, I'D, 13.
1(1 acres In Soo. L 2.,1», 13. 10 acres In Hco. 17. 33, 14.
a aoroi lu Sco. I, 3H, 13. 872>$ acres la
FOB SALE—SEVERAL PWR PLACES AT ItYDB
Parle, near lake anil depot; offered cheap. Choice
building silos on principal etrooU of Hyde Park, Oak
land, and Kenwood, and flue grounds covered with or
namental trees at Egandalu. near park and boulevard,
ULRIOU & BOND, 87 Doarborn-st. .
TROR SALE—AT NORTH EVANSTON, BEAUTIFUL
A.' gtovn lots, 60x100 ft, 6 blocko from the depot, for
? 500, one-fourth cash, or in monthly payments. oAM’L
'QLKEY, HILaSaUe-st., haaomoot. .
For sale—at parksidr, on Illinois ckn
teal Railroad. 8 tulles from Court-House, 85 minutes’
rldo, lots on Madison and Llndon-avs., within ono block
of depot. Trees have boon planted, streets graded. Six.
toon trains dally furnish easy access to and from tho city.
This property Is within tbroo blocks of the South Pork.
Price of lots from S4OO to S6OO, and will bo told on easy
payments. WING A PAULIN, 85 East Woshlngton-st.,
Room 4.'
Fob bale-nkw cottage, s rooms, and 5
acres good dry, Improved Inna, balf rcllo from depot
at Hobart, on Fort Wnyno Kallroad, Chicago 83 miles;
prlco $625; cash 8100: balance $lO monthly; no agency
business; J. O. KARLB, owner. Office days, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. Room 8,163 Monroo-st.
FOB SALE—ROGERS' PARK-HEADQUARTERS
in Chicago removed to ollico of Isaac B. Hitt
A Dro,, No. 19 Major Block, corner of LaSalle and
Madison-sts. At Ungers’Park call on Andrew Jackson,
Postmaster, or P. Warner, Local A cent. At Evanston,
call on A. IS. Jackson, oOlco near Depot, or at olHeo of
Alfred L. Sowell, Editor of Evanston Indot,
All accommodation trains, oxcopt Kenosha trains, stop
at Rogers’Park. A. B. JACKSON,
Trnsloo of Bogota* Park Company.
For bale-A'Larqg list op choice bubur.
ban real estate Is advertised in tho Evanston Index.
Don’t buy for homos or Investments until you hsvo scon
that paper, showing some lino chances. Address, with
stamp, INDEX, Evanston, Cook Co,, 111.
Fir sale-su oottagks and 3-story houses
at Englewood, on easy terms. Apply to TILLOTSON
BROS., 2*3 andgr4 Stato-st.
IDOR SALE-20 ACRES LYING NEAR DEPOT AT
. Park Rldgo, snltnhlo for Immediate subdivision. Prlco
low, tonne easy. Addrosa A 60, Tribune office.
Ij>Oß SALE—ENOLBWOOD—LOTS'dN BIXTY-SEO
ond and Blxty.tUird*st., near Wallace. CANFIELD
A MATTESON. CO Laflallo-Bt.
For bale bnolkwood-a well-built
frame house of ton rooms In a desirable location, on
easy terms. CANFIELD A 51ATTKSON. GO LaSallo-st.
BOARDING AND LODGING*
West Side.
Oft ABERDEEN-ST.-NEAR MADISON. FUR
JJ\j nlsbod rooms, wllhboattl; bouse lint-clast, wllb
modern Improvements. _
7 r SOUTH PEORIA-ST.-A NEATLY FURNISHED
Ik) room for gentleman and wife, and room for four
single goats; also a tow day boarders At $4 pot week.
QQ SOUTH BANOAWONST —TO RENT—A PLEA -
OV ant, fumlsbod room, with or without board.
O WEST WASHINGTON.ST. - WIDELY
XOO furnished rooms with or without board:
terms reasonable; day board $4.60 per week.
Qf\7 WARREN-AV.-TWO OR TURKU SINGLE
Ov 1 gentlemen can obtain pleasant rooms amt board;
onu room suitable for two who ato willing to room to*
eothor.
Q,l (i WEST MONUOE-ST.—PLEASANT FUR-
O iU nlshod front room for gont and wifo or two gents
In n private family; a pleasant and cheerful homo guar
ant oodat modoiato r&to.
QQC WEST RANDOLPILST.—BOARD IN A PRI*
OijyJ vato family with largo room nicely furnished,
suitable for gentleman and wifo; also single room.
A hn WEST AvaSHINGTON-BT.—TWO FTJRNISII*
‘xUVi od rooms, one largo and ono small, to rent with
board.
AQO SOUTH DKARBORN-ST. (BURNSIDE),
*JU near Twenty-nlnth-st.—Alirtt-ratcplaco to boards
good table, modern Improvements, ohoorful society, and
every hotel and homo comfort, with surprisingly low
prices.
AO WEST MADIRON-ST.-TWOPLEASANT FUR*
U tJU nlshod siugle rooms for gentlemen or Indies, with
good, woll-oookcd, clean hoard, quiet, safe, orderly homo
place, very reasonable; only a few boarders kept; dinner
at o’clock.
Sonth Sldo*
1 Q EAST HAimiSON-ST. - ROOMS TO RENT,
it/ furnished, with hoard, forgontlomonand tholrwlvcs
or single gontlemon.
A Q HUBBARD.COURT—FURNISHED ROOMS,
T:t/ with or without board; day boarders acootomo*
dated.
9QT MIOniOAN-AV.-ONR SUITE OF ROOMS
ZjOX temporarily, and ono permanently, with board.
OQ7 WIOUIOAN.AV.-PLEASANTROOMS FOR
ijui gont and wifo or gentlemen. _
kr\a WABASH.AV.-A VERY DESIRABLE SUITE
t/UU of front rooms, handsomely furnished, to rent,
with board: hot and cold water; also rooms, pleasant
double or single. References required.
(\(\rj WABABH-AV.—FIRST-OLASB ROOMS WITH
Uul first*claaa board; the boat of city references given
and required.
097 WABASn.AV,— DESIRABLE ROOMS, EN
u£i% suite or single; table tirst-ofass 5 day boarders 00*
comraodatod.
1 H7 A WABABH-AV.-A BUTTE OF UNFURNISH.
11/ I i cd front rooms, with large closet attached; also
largo front parlor, carpeted; with or without hoard.
A PRIVATE FAMILY. CENTRALLY 1.0-oatod
oatod on Wabash-av., having some nice spare
rooms, on sulto and single, would ront thorn to good par
ties, with good family board, at very reasonable rates;
also, a good barn to ront. Address A 86, Tribune
offleo.
North Side.
19ft NORTH DrARBORN-ST.-FURNISHUD OR
Xx,U unfurnished rooms, except carpets, with first*
class table board; house modem Improvements, pleasant.
ly located, near centre of business, and toms reasonable.
Country*
T>USINHBS MEN OF CHICAGO CAN FIND FIRST.
X> class board and accommodations on very reasonable
terms at Oak Park. Ills. Address A 44, Tribune office.
BOARD WANTED.
TIGARD—FIRST-CLASS, SECOND-STORY FRONT
Jj room and two others, connecting desirable; South
Hide; references required, Address, with particular*. A
49. Tribune ollloe. 1 *
TO EXCHANGE.
IROR HALJC—OII EXCHANGE—IN FART, TEN
: ooroslulho choice locality of South Evanston, with
a fine house and Imiirorainoata, and suitable lor immvdf
ate subdivision, lor a city homo In thu North or Houth Di
vision: city property must bo north of Thlrty-Hrst-st, ami
oast ol State. and south of Division, and worth from SB. •
poo to 810,1)00. Address IZ, Commercial National Dana,
Chicago.
mo EXOHA NOE-A WELL IMPROVED FARM OF
X 216 acres In Illinois for Chicago real estate. Address
E. R. CARD, 70 Houth Morgan-st-
atO EXCHANGE—NORWOOD PARK—III.OOKB OR
. lota at rcasonablo prices, for improvod unluoutnborod
property in tho city or country towns. 8. U. WELLS, 188
Doarborn-st,
ritO EXCHANGE—FOR INSIDE IMPROVED PROP-
X orUr, auoatly-mtod drug store; invoice $3,000. Ad
dress A M. Tribune oilico.
fTO EXOUANOE-OR SALE-WOOLEN FACTORY,
X tho whom or part; nrat-olau machinery, in good loca
tion. This is a rar* chance for business. A bargain will
b« in trart for other property. J.
W. HKDENRKRG, 99 East Slodison at., Room 4.
niO MXOHANQU-A OOOITxLLHioiTI'ARM. 80
X miles from city, all under cultivation. Would add
TO EXCHANGE—FOR CITY PROPERTY, IM
provod or vacant, a farm of 260 aoros, 86 mlloa from
olty: line brick liuuao and ethur tlrst-oluai improvements;
adjoining a railroad town of B,ooorumple. This is an ele
gant homo. Prion $20.0U0. WM, GARNETT, IS3
Muuroo-st., Room a.
mioiiioanav., AT
X Tweiity-eighth-st., for a good house aud let worth
$10.000: will, pay sumo e&sh and assume encumbrance. D.
J l . IIEaD. ltd IdtHallp al., basement.
a~ib~~Rxa n a is - a “ieoTaluca
. near Lawrence, Has.. furproperty inornearOhloago.
AdiUcaa A <ll, Trllmuo othoo.
rno icxfiSiANnu-Two‘ oir’jfoitu iilooks at
X Park Ulduo fur Unproved city property. Address A
78, Tribune oilico.
IPO EXCHANGE—SSOO,OOO WORTH OF FIRST-CLASS
X properly, consisting of grain farms, stock farms, fruit
farms In country, and well-located suburban lets near
Chicago; will give a good trade for a stock nf merebao
disc, it. KENNEDY, 146 Clark st., Rooms 28 and 27.
fpO RXCHANOE-A PATENT RIOirKIfOU COOK
X County, CsUgtMLaSaUo-at., Room a,
TO RENT-HOUSES.
rro RENT—TWO-STORY BRAN NRW BUILDING
J. Gill i)urnsldo*st., good location, water. and gaat root
rilO RENT-VERY LOW, IN MAYWOOD, NBW
X modern house, 13 moms, good atone collar, olstom
and well, near the depot, Jtt mlmifoi from Wnlls*sf.,
hourly trains. GEO. V. KIMBALL, 46 West Waablng
tnn st. , Room 6.
f|lo nloNl'-TWO HTORYFRAMR, 10 ROOMS sOOOD
.1. repair: Nos. 9-1, 2d, and2Btm Thlrly*sov!tnlh*Bt.. nonr
Kllls-nv. Rent ronsunahlo. 8. K. WELLB, 163 Dear*
borii sl. After 6p. in., 61 Vlnoonnos*ftv.
fvti KICNT-A IH flTimy COTTAGE, CJONTAININO
J. B rooiuij water; eft) West Twelfth's!., corner Ashland*
nv. Rent, tj*o. Apply to B. B. MEETER, 209 Samp*
eotvst.
qiORKNT-AND FURNITUREFOR SALE—A FIRST*
X claso bciardlng-houßo, ?3rt.532, ond 23! Ontftrlo-st.,
near Clarendon House. SNYDER ft LICK. 15 Nixon
Biimhug, northeast ooruoe Motiroo and LaSalfo-sts.
f|lO‘ "UENT—A* VIRSYaLASa RESIDENCE ON
X Mlchlgan-av., nonr Harmon.enurt. For particulars,
Inquire nt No. IHJ LaHnllo-st. MONTGOSIKItY A WA*
TKRMAN, Attorneys.
TO RUNT-A DK9IRAULR BRICK RESIDENCE IN
excellent repair, No. 70 Honoro-st. Furniture for
sale, If desired. OIIAS. U. UOLMIiH A CO.. 71 Dear'
burn-st.
fPO RF.NT-BY QOODRIDOB A STORES,-HOUSE
J. Attontu, 111) West Washliigton ri —A furnished cot
tage, Grooms, audhnm, on Washlugum-av, Rent, tglu.
rno RENT-HOUSE ~OF 10 ROOMS. IJATII.UOOMT
X nmj walor-clnoof, £fl Twcuty-fifth-it. Inquire of
THOMAS McMII.LAN, IP nnd 21 North JolXorsoii-st.
riio RENT—HOUSE* AND FURNITURE, WITH
X wood and coal} owners would board. 644 llubbard-st.
rjio
X omont of 7 rooms, hnaoinout, do.; roforoncoi re
quited. Inquire at 6W FultomsU
rno RENT—FOR BOARD OF TITRRR PERSONS—
X' A nicely furnished house, It) rooms, to nnml), pleasant
laniily. 18 Wlncboßtor-ttV., nonr Aladiautt*sU
fnb RKNT—IIANDHOMICr.Y-FINJSHKD DOUIJLI?
X houso, with all modoni luiprovomonts, No. 80 Lang-
Icy-av., near Fills Park; horse nnd etunm oars, and boule
vards; owuot'a family to board with tenant. ApplyntTO
Jgtuglcy*aT.
fiiO RKNT-NIUK SMVICN-ROOM HOUSE 82 SOUTH
X I’Aullmv.flf... near Aladisuu; 11 1 Ahorduon-st., 10 rooms
nnd good barn; upper nnd lower rooms at 46 South Croon*
st. For terms call at CIS Monruo-st.
rno RENT—TWO-STORY FRAMIC DWELLING AND
X barn, No. &C 8 West Jncßson*st. B. P. SVALKBU,
173 littßallo at.
filO RENT-A SIX.ROOAI OOTTAOE NOW EMPTY.
X Apply at tbo premises, Ulfi Wost Lnko-st.
fnO*RENT—FURNISIIED HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS:
X all mndnrn liuprovcmonta; rent low. Xnqutro ac
houso 10l>3 Indlana-av.
r RIiNT—FOR TWO AIONTHS—FURNISHED
house, 8 rooms; /Jrst-clas* location. Address U 70,
Tribune ollico.
»PbBRNT-COTTAOE ON DUMMY ROAD, NEAR
X Harry.ftv.: Imlf aero of ground, trees, and shrubbery.
J. 11. BISSELL. 45 Bryan fllock.
Suburban.
rro RENT—AT WINNETKA, MILWAUKEE R. R.,
A 40 minutes' rlac, nice newly painted houro, 10 rooms,
barn, Ac.; C acres of garden and grove; 4 blocks from
depot; bcautllul place; only $lO per month. Call at 78
Doarborn-st., Itomu 31.
r RENT—HOTEL, NEW AND COMMODIOUS (30
rooms). Tho boat Investment for a man who ban got
$1,600 to furnish it, as there in no boarding bottsa of any
(iccoinil in town, but over 000 students, inquire of 11.
KAUITMANN, Evanston, 111.
HIO RENT—A FURNISHED HOUSE. WITH PLEAB~
X ant grounds, at Lake Forest, 111., for a short time.
Address M A M, 633 Wahnsh-av. ■
TO RENT—ROOMS,
mo RENT—BS4 WABASH-AV., ONE ELEGANTLY
X furnished suite of rooms, with or without board. Will
root singly U desired.
ITO RENT-B ROOMS AT 133 WEST JAOKSON-ST.,
X with water in kitchen, 830 a month. Call on or ad
dress JAMKB 11. LOMAX, 11 aud ID Charlcs-placo, bo
twcon Harrison and Van Buron-sts., near Flfth-av,
T" O RENT—A LARGE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
sultahlo for ono or two gentlemen, atUo East lilnzio
st., corner Kingsbury, second Hour.
r RENT-TWO ROOMS VERY HANDSOMELY
furnished, suitable, ono for two. and tho other for
single gentleman, in a lino private house containing all
modem Improvements; terms moderate. Apply 870
Wubash-av., near Harrlsoa st.
rpO RENT—4-ROOM SUITES IN NEW HOUSE sl4 TO
X $lO pormrmlh;3 front basement rooms sl3; paved
street and omnibus lino. 803 West Indlana-st.
r RENT—TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
over 384 and 38t> West Madison, inquire of HAGAR,
SM West Madlson-st.
TcTIIENT— UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOB HOUSE
keeping at I*BB Wont Monroo-st.; rent reasonable;
possession Immediately.
fpO RENT—WELL-FUBNISHED FRONT ROOM
X for ono or two Kontlonieu; htlck house. 41 South
QarpatUqr-at.. near Washington.
r RENT—A NICE FRONT ROOM FURNISHED,
also ono largo front room, furnished or unfurnished,
at low prlco. Apply at 497 Wust Madlmm-st.
TO RENT—FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
X rooms at 18 Aherduen-st.
FpO RENT-SIX NiOELY FURNISHED ROOMS:
X good barn on placo; part of root fa board. Call at Co
Plorco-st.
mORENT-A SINGLE FRONT ROOM, WITH USB
. X of bathroom, In a small private family. fiSSUtoontb
st., near tho lake.
rpO RENT-MOSTKLKGANTBOOMS IN THE CITY,
X furnished or unfurnished, Ashland Block, opposite
the Sherman. Elevator in building. Inquire at B.C.
PARKS, Boom 81.
TpO BENT-FURNISHED SECOND AND THIRD-
X atory front rooms; very desirable. 473 Wnbash-av.
nib RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS, Wifli OR'Svi'Tli
1. out board, to man and wife, or single gentlemen;
terms low. 164 West Waablngtoa-st.
rilO RKNT-IIANOaOMKLY FURNISHED ROOMS
X overlooking tbo lako ami Exposition grounds; trau
elonta accommodated. 10 and 12 Mndlsou.st., Room 43.
TO RENT-3 LARGE ROOMS. QAS FIXTURES,
water, otc,, second floor 319 South darkest. In
qulro Room 11, up-stairs: low rent.
f’iVo KENT—LODGING ROOMS: EVERYTHING
X now anti well furnished. Northeast corner State ami
Monroo-ate., entrance Moaroo-st., opposite I'almor
llotul. MRS. IIIXON.
fPO RENT-NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE ONE
x of those elegantly furnished rooms at Ilonoro Slock;
rooms boated by steam; olovnlor running in a low days.
Apply ut Room 36.
T' O UICNT—SUri'E OP THREE OR FIVE ROOMS,
lurnlahod for housekeeping, In oxouUont order, very
convenient und pleasant. 735 Lako-st., second floor.
mO~REST-NIC ELY ROOM, ONE
x largo and ono single room. 146 East Maduon-st.,
Room 23.
fHO RENT—THREE ROOMS; WATER, SINK, AND
X wood-shod, rear 31 South Sangamon-st. Apply at bl>
Sangamon-sL
fPO RENT-SEVERAL SUITES OF ROOMS (FOUR
X each) on South Hide, near business centre: 416 and
S2O. E. F. ADAMS A DO., 7t) Mndlson~st.
fj)o RENT-THE UPPER FLOOR OF 720 WABASH*
X av,; live rooms, with closets, gas, and bath; rent, S4O
per month, in advance.
mO RUNT—PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS, FURNISH-
X ed or unfurnished, with Sunday board, lluo Indiana
av., north of 'lVonty-lourlh-at.
fPO RENT-TWO PLEASANT SLEEPING ROOMS,
X $8 oorinonth; also largo front room. BU2 Fulton-st.,
near May.
rnQ RENT— LARGE, ELEGANTLY-FURNISHED
X rooms, by day. week, or month, at ST. ELMO 65 and
67 Doarhorn-nt. Oharges roasonnlilo.
TO RENT—STORES, OFFICES, &o.
Stores*
r RENT-THREE STORES ON SOUTH CLARK,
st., corner uf Van Huron, fa Paolllo Blockj also. 2d
aloeplng rooms on third tlnor; cheap, inquire of JACOB
WEIL i CO.’, corner Madiaoßand Doarbom-sts.
r RENT—A STORE WEST END OF LAKE-HT.
bridge. Apply to R. CHESTER, No. 4 West
Lako-st.
rro RENT—CHEAP— A NEAT CORNER BRICK
X store, with good basement, and two tloora above, 7fi
Wort Washlngton-st., northwest enrnor of Joßorson-st.
Apply to MARSHALL & DICKINSON,Room No. 10 Otia
Block, soutliwoat corner of Madison and LaSaUo-stSj
nV6 RENT-LOW, TO GOOD TENANT. STORE FIT*
X ted up for moat market and grocery. Apply at 800
West llarrlson.flt. _
Offices,
rpO RENT-FINE OFFICE AT 78 DBARBORN-BT.,
X Room 21. Only $lO per mouth.
rro RENT— A PART OF ONE OF THE BEST REAL
X estate offices In the city, including use of maps and
vaults. Apply to CIIAB, B. HOLMES i CO., 71 Dear
borivrt.
rUO RENT-A NEAT LITTLE FRONT OFFICE,
X centrally located; rontlnw; desk, counter, etc., lor
sale, if wanted. Room 9, 146 East Madhon-st.
WANTED-TO RKNT-NKAT FRONT OFFICE.
VT with 3to 4 rooms suitable lor housekeeping, in bunf
rings part of city; nothing high-priced, Address A 62,
Tribune otHco.
Misoollanooßs.
TO LEABE-A LARGE FARM IN MINNESOTA, 150
seres lu cultivation, rich soil, adjoining lake, town,
and depot; very liberal tonus; Him two.story house.
•Largo moans not necessary. Address J 13 H, Tribune
oilico. ___ ___
fro RENT—SECOND FLOOR. GOOD LIGHT ON
X side aud in front, corner of alloy, aullable fur jobbing
business. Apply, on lint lloor, toUKUHINQ A CO., 48
Ktjvto-at.
WANTED-TO RENT.
TITANTED-TO RENT—HOUSE—7 OR 8 ROOMS,
YY wostot Union Park, north of Harrison.st.. for one
to throo years, from August 16, by A 1 tenant,'small family.
Slate location anil best terms, A 08 Trllmuo olheo.
WANTED - TO' RENT—A FURNISHED HOUSE
YY South Sldo, or Us suburbs, fur a few weeks, allow
rate, by a small ibrat-olas* family; no children; best of
rofi'roncou; good euro taken. Address AD, car© of Lot
tar Carrier 48.
AATANTED-TO RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE RV
Y1 guntlomftn aud wife on 0110 of tlio avotmos, of Yi nr 16
rooms, and all modem improvements s would lifao to
board owners, with privilege of taking a tow other board
ora. Addcesn A 69, Tribune otHco.
WANTED-TO RENT-A SINGLE LODGING
VT room, unfurnished; must bo in burnt district, and
rcasonablo. Address Z'ODUNK, a^UntouHtopkYonhn
RENT-TWO ROOMS, FURNISHED
VV or unfuruluhtd, formnn and wife and ainglo gnnt;
West Side; without board. Address I) 8, Tribune oibon.
SEWING MACHINES.
Arran new wheeler a Wilson improved
Family Sewing Machine, now uuder-food. latest Im
provement*. Goodrich luck-marker, ie.-; cabinet case,
eoflliiOb; price $lO. Residence, 1 Etghtocnth-at.
ROVER A RAKER’S SEWING MACHINES—
VX General OtHco, 160 Stnto-at. l R ran eh Ollloe, 1*72 Via
bnsh-av. Persons having eld Orovor A Raker sowing mu
chines arc hivlled localUudsoo tho new Improvements
and hoar something to their advantage.
OINGKR OFFIOE~t)F A. J. MEI.UIIEIIT, 216 SOUTH
vj HaUted-st. Machines said uu monthly payments and
runted. Open uvuulngs.
ritO EXOUANGE-A LADY WOULD LIKE TO KX-
X change un improvod Hlugor sowing muehino for
board. Addrosa U6, Tribune uthco.
Wheeler a wilhon sewing-machines, the
new improved, sold or routed on ms/uwiitlily iwy
monls, DURNUAai A FL/ i’NEUY, City Agent*, ouico
lUSUUit. }
WANTED--MALE HELP.
BooliJceoDom. Clnrlu, £to.
"XKT ANTED—A SMART. ACTIVE HOY, IN A. DOWN
m. townofflcs, on# who can oomo well recommended.
Address, stating salair wanted, in handwriting ofappli
cant, A w, Tribune office-
WANTBU-AN EXPERIENCED BUY (JOODB
salesman and stookkoopor. Nona bat A No. 1 bsnda
need apply at 867 Blue Islami-av»
WANTED— A RESPONSIBLE MAN FOR COL
looting, Ac.; ono familiar with tho Iron plnoand
pump (ratio preferred; reforenoot required. Addrosa
IKON FIFE, Carrier No. 0.
‘IX7’ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS ACCURATE BILL-
Tt olork In a wholesale groom? bouse; experience pre
ferred | salary small tint year. Address A GO. Trllmno
office.
\\T ANTED—A YOUNG MAN AS GENERAL CLERK
TT wbo will loan Ids employers 8&00 for thronmonths.
An Englishman or Canadian proferrod. Only those hav
ing the cash, and willing to loan* need apply. Situation
desirable and permanent; salary liberal. Address A 63,
Tribune olttce.
Trades,
WfANTED-AT THE HOSPITAL FOR INSANE,
Tt Elgin, III.: SO good atono-masons, 16good brick
layers, 6 good carpenters. Chicago wages. Boarding
convenient and cheap. Apply at tho works.
"UTANTED ~ dNB FIRBT-OLABB CARRIAGE
T T blacksmith and two helpers Immediately: steady job
&ud good wages to tbo right man. WILDER, ELY A
CO.. Morrison, HI.
WANTED-A GOODMAN TO RUN 8 ABH STICKER.
~ call at FULLAM A CO.'S., corner Lumber and
•iwolftb-sla.
\VANTED—IMSIRDIATELY, 6 GOOD OARPEN
t » ten to goto North Evanston who wish to Invest In
V..»- a WlyiSof Ibfilt pay toward* tho same, balance
kVuily^ 0 118 “ 10 CMh thelr Mrvlces. THOMAS
PAPER-RULER. AT 244 ILLINOIS-
TATANTKD A FIRST-CLASS SEWED BOOT
cfLi".,.u r A t2a6S to i town la lowa, Apply toO.
BOOLLAUD, IW West JaoVaoD-st., ya to 2 p. to.
WANTED— A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE WOOD
workman; none other need apply. IIS West Adam*.
WANTED— PAINTER AND HARDWOOD FINIBU
or. 163 Wostora-av.
T\7 ANTED-OARPENTERS AT 83WEST MADISON
ry st., at? o’clock this morning. Bring tools,
Coachmen, Teamsters. &o,
WANTED-TWO STEADY MEN TO DRIVE BRICK
team*. Apply at Llvory Stable, 21Q Blue Islaod-av.
Employment Afronoios.
WANTED— 1,000 STATION MEN TO WORK THE
wholo season, on tbo Wisconsin Oomral Railroad;
Company work: no contractors s money sure; falrnrico*
Said. Apply atatovona Point, Wli., to WM. A. HAVEN,
hlof Englnoor, or at end of track to WM. R. HAVEN,
Awlstaot Chief Engineer,
TITANTED—JO SAWMILL HANDS AT $25 TO 935
rr nor month and boards froo taro. 69 and 76 West
UlUKlOlph-Bt.
WANTED—6OO RAILROAD LABORERS FOR WIS
* * comln, Michigan, and Indiana; wages, 92; free
faro. Also sawmill hand*, farm hood*, eto. Apply to
CHRISTIAN d BING, 1 South Clark-sl., or 101 South
Canal-at.
\l7 ANTED—BOO LABORERS AND CHOPPERS;
Vr wages, $9 and 2.25 pur day; 800 station men, Stu to
80 conta per yard; ail for tbo Wisconsin Central Railroad:
Company work; no contractor and no money required for
faro or office. Apply to C. V. HNKLL, Company's
Agent, 269 Kaat Raodolph-at., Und Block.
WANTED-goo MORE RAILROAD MEN FOR THE
tt Wisconsin Genital. Company work end euro pay;
wages from &2 to $2.25 per day; station work 20 to 80 cents
pot ywd. AjiplyatWWest Randolph*!., Room 4. O.
TVTANTED-100 RAILROAD LABORERS FOR ll.Ll
nols and Wisconsin; company work; ontlroly free
faro. Also sawmill bands. Apply at 374 South Wator-st.
E. F. SHAW.
\\r ANTED—IOO MEN TO WORK ON RAILROAD,
if sawmill, and farm. Mon for tunnel, $2.40 a day. 275
East Madlson-st., Room 16. ’
Miscellaneous.
TrTANTED—MEN—BIGGEST CHANCE EVER OP-
Vr fared to make money. A farmer cleared $63 last
week. One young man mado $27 In throe days, abnvo
alloxpenaoi. If you want to make money, don't fall to
call at-SO East Madlson-st., Room 6. _____
WANTED— AT ROOM 9, I&QDEARBORN ST.. MEN,
farmora preferred, to earn 876 per week in tho oouu
try. 1. 8. RICHARDSON A 00.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN WHO CAN WRITE
short-hand rapidly and furnish copy. Address, with
terms and reference, A 89, Tribune ogjco.
TytTANTED—THREE GOOD FARM HANDS. ALSO,
VY man and wife, without children. Wife to do house
work and man work In garden and on farm. Call to-day
between II and 19 a. in. A. N. HART, Room 8, Sid
Washlngton-st. ■
WANTED— MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS FORA
new article. Call In forenoon, at 84 Sooth Clinton
st. , Room IS.
WANTED— HOTEL PORTERS. APPLY AT ST,
Caroline's Court Hotel, with references.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN; MUST BE GOOD
Vt milker, gardener, and driver; wages moderate;
steady work. Apply at Room IP, 97 South Olark-st.
WANTED— FOUR MORE EXPERIENCED CAN
vaaiors for tbo city; will pay half salary and good
commission; also, two Scandinavians: b"*t ohanoo in city
for men out of employment. 109 North Wolli at.
WANTED-2fißOYfi-OANMAKRS9A DAY. Ap
ply at 12 Holbrook-st., Wostom-av., near Taylor-st.
Bring 60 cents.
WANTED— MEN TO TRAVEL AND SELL OUR
now goods; pay Initnenso profits. E. D. WEBSTER
A CO., 276 East Madlson-st.,Room 14.
WANTED— WIDE AWAKE MEN LOOKING FOR
business to call on or address WASHBURN BROS.,
84 North Canabat.
WANTED—-FEMALE HELP.
Domestics*
TyANTED—A SECOND GIRL. A SWEDE Oft
Yr Norwegian who am spoak English. (05 Weit
Lako-st.
T\TANTED—A GOOD GIRD TO DO GENERAL
1 V housework la n small private family. Apply at house,
llW# South Uoboy-M. ’
WANTED-GOOD DINING-ROOM GIRL, AT 120
South Holstcd-st.
WANTED— A GOOD COOK, TO GO ON THE
South Hide, for boarding-house. Good wages. Ap
ply At Room 6, 167 Washlngton-at., after 1 o'clock.
WANTED-A GOOD COOK, WASHER, AND
if Ironor in n small family. Good wages to a competent
girl. Roferonuo required. Apply at 819 Park-av.
TITANTED—IMMEDIATELY, ONE GOOD GIRL TO
VV do general liousowork. Mast bo a good washer and
Ironor. Good wages will bo paid. Apply at 4JJ6 West
Madlson-st.
WANTED— IMMEDIATELY, 8 GIRLS, I FOR
general liousowork, and one for second work, at 633
West Adamsst. Answer for 3 days.
TXTANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
¥T house ock; must bo good washer and ironor, not
under 18years of ago. 743 West Wasbington-at.
TITANTIiD-A SMART GIRL TO COOK, WASH,
tv and Iron. Applyatß4 Abordooo-st.
WANTiiD-ONK FIRST.OLASS PASTRY COOK
and one firat-olatssecaud-oook at Ogdon House, cor
ner Franklin and Washington-sts.
WANTKD-A GOOD KITCHEN GIRL: MUST UN
derstand cooking. Wages $0 per week. Northeast
corner Tyler and Paulina-sia.
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work In a private family of sit. Apply at 352 Park-av.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRLTO COOK, WASH, AND
iron lor small family. Apply at 83 tfUtoenlh-st.
\\T ANTED—A HARD-WORKING GIRL TO WASH
YY and rornb; extra good wages wtU bo paid. Apply to
Boom 84, 83 South Olari-st.
Soamstroßsos-
WANTED-THREB BEWINO-QIRLS, AT 63 DIX-
V V ou st., West Division.
Nurses.
WANTED—NURSE GIRL; ONE NOT OVER 18
VV years of ago preferred. Inquire at 887 lndlana-ar.
WANTED-A HEALTHY WET-NURSE. APPLY
at No. 48fl North LaSallo-st., or to Dr. 8. P. HED
GES, No. 916 North Olark-st., from B to 10 a.m.,and from
4 to op. m.
Honaoltooperß*
•WANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER IN WIDOWER'S
VV family, 3 children; none but those having a thorough
knowledge of children and housekeeping need apply.
Call Thursday morning early. 869 Division-si., up-stain.
ANTED—A nOUSEKEEPiaU-'OR A WIDOWER*;
German preferred. Apply at 1000 Stats-st.
Lann drosses.
WANTED-A FIRBT-OLAB3 LAUNDRY GIRL IN
VV restaurant 95 South Halstod-st. Rest of wages
paid.
WANTRIk-LAUNDRY WASHERS—IMMEDIATE-
Iy, at Jiurdiok Houso,oor.Wabaah-av. and Adannat.
Employment Agencies.
TTTANTED HERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN
Vr girls for private families, totals, andlaundrlos, city
•ml country, at WJMllwaokoo-av.
WANTKD-COOKB. beoond, and girls for
> > general housework la private famllloa. Miss BAR*
TON|S_otßco, 883 Btato-at., cntraooo oo Eighteenth-st.
WANTKD-80MK GOOD BO ANDIN AVIA n'GIRLB
for city and country. Wo have totno excellent girls
for ibo city. iW Wab&ah-av.
WANTED— I A 1 LAUNDRESS, 3 DINING-ROOM
girls for the country. And good girls for general
housework in city, at Star Olnco, ISo WosfcMonroo st,
Miscellaneous*
TTTANTED—TWO YOUNG LADIES, IN A GOOD
Vt buslnuks. Call at 0000, In forenoon, at 34 South Clin
ton-st., Room S».i.
PARTNERS WANTED.
PARTNER WANTED—I WANT A GOOD OFFIOK
man, with SI,OOO cash, to take ono*balf of the best
business In Chicago. Address A 28, Tribune offioo.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH S6OO CASH, IN A
X gontoo), established .business, paving nearly that
amount monthly. 125 South Olark-st., Room 88.
■PARTNER WANTED—I WANT A. PARTNER
X with $9,600 and upward, to take a baiLlnteioat in a
thoroughly established, legitimate business that pays
largely, wUhmilck tales. Take tho trouble to examine.
Call or address tt J, 803 West Madlson-at.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH SIOO. IN A LIGHT
X and pleasant business that will bear investigation, UVfi
East Madison-st., Room 10.
PARTNER WANTED-A MEDICAL MAN TO HELP
X run an infirmary In Missouri; small capital required.
Address t) 66, Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED—IN A GOOD PAYING HE-
X tall all-cash store, established two years. A live man
with 181*00 and good character can investigate. Address
A 0, Trlbuuo office, one week.
PERSONAL,
TNFORMATION WANTED—OF ALEXANDER All-
A cblbald NoJJson, native of Glasgow, tfootlam), bis
whereabouts being entirely unknown to hla parents, who
aro sustaining much grief and anxiety regarding bis safe
ty. Thu lout Information obtained of blm was about tho
middle of 1871. At that time ho was in Chicago, but has
nut since boon hoard of. Any person knowing anything
of tho said A. A. Nollson would confuragreat favor on
ills parents by sending information to A. EMIT!!, 877
titato-st., Chicago.
PERSONAL—IF PUEDB. STEWARD. ARCHITECT.
X will luavo hla address at Ml West Madlson-st. be will
hear of something to bis advantage.
PERSONAL-808 LOWE, WRITE TO VOUR
X mend, Eddie U. Addicts Erie, Pa,
SITUATIONS WANTED "MALE.
Boolikooporit* Clorlis. &o.
DITUATION WANTED-BY A RELIABLE MIDDLE
p agod man of (rood business ability* In cliy nr conntty.
Sent of recommendation* as to character ami capacity.
AddrcM A 8 F, Trlbuoo olHeo. _
HriUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPRIUBNORD
p young Oornian clerk. Moderate salary. float of ref*
f rennet. AddrostUW, Tribune ofliec. ~
OITUATION TV ANTED—IN A HOTEL 1Y A MAN
p who baa had years’ oxpnrloncoaml understands Mm
business thoroughly, to talco (bo poriilun of olurk, nlnw
ard. or charge of dining-room; can give the bost ol refer
ence, Address API, Tribune office.
SITUATIONS WANTED—DUUOOLSTB IN WANT
of clerks oat; bn supplied,, as wo have on onrrenlslry
a number of coinnotent young men who sneak Kngnab and
Gorman. Apply at Mcl’ilEUBON A CO.’S, 163 washing
ten-st.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNO MAN WITH
p good references, as collector, shipping clerk or o'W’r
wise. Satisfaction or no pny. Address A 48, Trlbimn
office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNO MAN IN
tho drug trado; a good dispenser, isiyunrs’oxjiortonuo-
Address A 45, Tribune oiilco. __
SITUATION WANTKD-IJY A ITUST-CILAHS Ac
countant to tako charge of books ol nccuunt, *>r any
Cushion that may odor, lias bnd tonyoars* exporlimoe hi
anada, throo of which ina prominent bouk. Address A
M, Trthuno 011100.
Trades.
SITUATION WANTED-A8 ENGINEER—BY A
flrst-olais engineer and machinist. Address EN
GINEER. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—BY AN A NO. 1 (JAR
rlago-trlmmer; 20 years’oxporlnoo! Inland city pre
ferred'. I* a man of family; bost of rvforouuos go von. Ad
dross ri. M. HOUTUWIOte. OrlggsvUlo, Piko Co.. 111.
Conolimon, Teamsters. flso,
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY MAN AND WIFE IN
P a private family, bo ns coachman, she as cook nr
laundress; No. 1 city reference. Address M 1, Trihuua
011100.
SITUATION WANTED—AB COACHMAN, DV ONli
that understands tho business nud nut alrald ol
work- Adilrona AM, Tribune office. __
OITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG MARRIED
P man (Danish) as coachman; good oily reference. Ad
dross A 47, Tribune otltoe.
MlsooUquooub.
QTTUATION WANTED—AS WATCHMAN OR JAN-
P Itur lu soma building by a man who hat for several
year* been a *.uard in tho Joliet prison. Tho host refer
eaoea cau bo given. Inquire at Room 4 Staata Eoltuug
Building, corner Wasblogtoa-at. and Ftfth-av.
SITUATION WANTED—TO ADVERTISERS—A
p young man who commence* about the mlddlo of Au
gust a thorough and extended canvass of tho larger towns
ondcltlos throughout tho country, wauld like to plnoon
portion of his tlmo each day at tho disposal of pnrtloa
wishing'advertisements distributed, or any work uf like
nature dono. Bost of references; moilorato termsscnubl
arrange tonics of travel to suit. Address TRAVELER,
P. O. Hox IM7
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE
Domestics.
QITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG GIRL TO
O do aooond work or light housework; Boat of references.
Apply 103 JufloraonTgt., coraor Moaroo.
QITUATION WANTED—AB FIRST-GLASS COOK,
O washer, and Ironor, or to do general housework. Boat
of references. Apply at iOlThlrd-av., basement.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GIRL, TO DO SEC
end work In a respectable family. Inquire 250 Twenty*
tocond-st..
QITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG GIRL, TO
Odo second work or to assist In general housework. Am
ply 181 East Elghtcontliat.
SITUATION WANTED—IN PRIVATE FAMILY BY
a flrat-olass girl to do cooking and housework where
no wasblngla dono. Address A 67, Tribuno office.
SITUATIONS WANTED—BY 9 GERMAN GIRLS, I
as cook and the other &a second girl, tn an American
family. No. 77 Mohawk-st., up stairs.
SITUATION WANTED —BY A FIRST-CLASS
Swedish **3 l State-
S~ ITUATIONB WANTED-BY 3 CAPABLE GIRLS
for cook or laundress, and also a girl lor chamber
work. Apply at 10 Pock-court, near Michlgan-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL fo'DO RKO
ond-work, and plain sowing. It required. Apply
Thursday morning, at 840 South Olark-st.
S" ITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO SISTERS, ONE
to dokitohonwork and tbo other second work in a pri
vate family. Apply, forenoon, 731 West Monroo-st.
QITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT
O second girl, nr general housework, la a private fam-
By. Call Thursday, at 91 Buttorliold-st.
QITUATIONB WANTED-BY TWO NORWEGIAN
O girls to do general housework or laundry work. Cal)
to-morrow, 021 North Carpontor-st. g
QITUATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN WITH A
O llltlo girl to do general housework In a small family.
No objections to tbo country. Address, for 2 days, UC 9,
Tribune office.
Sonnistrossou.
QITUATION WANTED—ANY PERSON WISHING
O to engage the service* ol ft lady for a short time, who
In both a flrst-olnau dressmaker and seamstress, can hoar
of one by calling on or addressing SEAMSTRESS, 47
South Ann-st. Can furnish own machine, and terms very
reasonable. *
NUTSOS.
QITUATION WANTED-BY A GERMAN LADY, AS
O nurso or traveling companion to an Invalid. Is willing
to mako herself generally useful, or to take care of chil
dren. Country preferred. Address K 39, Tribuno office.
SITUATION WANTED-TO TRAVEL”
am n good housekeeper, and will take such n pnsltlou,
Can furnish reference*. Addrcsa A 62, Tribune offico.
Honsolroooors.
SITUATION WANTHO-BY AN INTELLIGENT
and oxporloncod widow Indy a position ns lumsukoopci
or companion and seamstress to an Invalid lady. Nnnb
jcotlon to travel. Call or address B.SSt. t 209 Wostom-av.
SITUATION WANTED-AS HOUSEKBEPER-BY
O a respectable Swedish woman. Apply or address L
0. 891 Bodgwlok-at.
Employment Asonoioa,
QITUATIONB WANTED-FOR GOOD GIRLS OP ALL
O natlonalltfcs, at STAR Employment Office, Dtf'Wost
Monrou-st.
Mlsoollanoons-
SITUATION WANTED—BY A WIDOW LADY IN
■omo respectable family or widower's family; refer
ences exchanged. IDO South Poorla-at.
QITUATION WANTED —A LADY LATELY AR-
O rived from Canada wishes a position In a private
family, to teach in French and English; tonus moderate.
Would do plain sowing during loisurn hours. No objec
tion to country.. Address KM, 01 West Van Duron-st.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
A LODGING HOUSE IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR
sale. A tinn Dontrallooaiion. oontalnins HUrouma,
with A woll-ofltablfuliod bualnoss. For further information
and particulars nddrcsuU. G. MOXLEY, Real Estate,
No. 838 fllontgomory-st., San Francisco, Cal.
A RESTAURANT AND COFFER HOUSE ON
West Side for.sale; doing good business; cheap rant.
FornarticulATß and reasons tor aoUlna Inquire of 8.,].
NOCKIN, 76 South Dcnrboru-st,, Real Estate Agent and
Notary Public.
A VINEGAR FACTORY FOR SALE; THE ONLY
•ri-factorylu a city that has over SU.UOU inhabitants and
six railroads. Address A 71, Tribune office.
A RESTAURANT AND U SLEEPING-ROOMS
(furnished), cigar and fruit stand, suitable forsiagla
manor lady, for sale; also furniture; store doing cash
business of *sloo per day: all cheap. 375 East MadUuu-s t. ,
Room 45. BUMMERS A CO.
Avery handsojiely equipped sample
room female, (n tbo very best location, South Side,
having numerous first-class permanent patrons, and doing
an ezoellont business, rent low. For cause of soiling and
full particulars of this unparalleled opportunity cal) at
office of J.G. ItUHZAGiI, 98 Madtsoa-at., Room 13. .
A FURNITURE STORE, WITH GOOD STOCK
and doing a good business for sale cheap, or will ex
change for house and lot on North or West Slue. Oa lah
OOQDWILLW3 Mill. MOhlo-st.
ANIOKLY LOCATED OOFFF.B HOUSE AND
and dining-room, near depot, for saloor oxchango,
doing a good business. Parties üblluod to loato tho oUy»
Call soon. I. 8. RICHARDSON, ICO Doarburn-st.r
Booms 8 and 9.
A HALF INTEREST IN A WELL ESTABLISHED
and very profitable office bußtnoss for tale; sgftiO
capital requited. Address A til, Tribune office.
AratfiociiY btoue, with stock and fix
turos, horse and wagon, for sato at a bargain.
Cause for selling, aiukuoss in the family. Call at or ad*
dress 6SO West ludlana-it.
T\BUG STORK FOR SALE-SALES AVERAGE $lO
U ft day; will inventory about $4,000; will soil at a bar
gain, as 1 am bound to sell: best reasons given. Addrostf
proprietor, B. VAN jiURBN, Lumont, ifl.
■TtOU SALE—OR EXOHANGK-A GOOD DISTIL*
X 1 lory of 700 bushels capacity, witli all machinery: a bar
gain will ho given. For particulars and plans apply to
REA A COATES, lf*B WastilngUm-st.:
TpOtt A YOUNQ MAN WITH #n.MO TO S4.«W. A
.P well established business in Elgin; will pay S2.WO ti
year. None but cash customers wanted. Andrew I. O.
Box 803, Elgin, 18.
JOB CREAM SALOON - WEST SIDE - DOING!
X first-class business, foe sale. Address U2. Irlbuuu
otlloo. .
TF YOU WANT TO SELL OUT OR GO INTO THOR
-1 Itablo business oomo oud see mo. I have «oiuo oxctN
font obaneoson baud. j. O. 21US3AGH, Room !J, Jtl
East Madlson-st.
T IVBRYSTABLK CLEARING $1,200 PER MONTH
1 1 for sale or oxobaugoi-S cash, ami M will exchange
for property. Address O 31, Trlbuuo offioo.
NO OTHER CHANGE LIKE ITI—WANTED A
raau who will invest SI,SOU cash,ami act ns Treasurer,
In a limt-olas# concert troupe. Thu lady artiste ranks, lit
both Europe and America, as one of the hrlglmat star* ti\
tho profession. A personal interview can bo nail with tho
Manager, for throu days, at Cooley's, 73 and 74 Duarburn.
jißlNTlNd^FFibßTDbiwr”oobD^iusiNEssT*
X for sale, for SI,BOO cash or approved paper, LOUIA
LLOYD A CO., Pi Dearborn-st.
bALOON FOR HALE, WITH FIXTURES AND
O furniture. Inaultu at CGI Olark-st. lluiuo to rent at
81 South llalstod si.
CTOOK. FIXTURES. AND BIIOW-OAKKS OF A.
O drst-clasa hair store for sate; has a largo trade <m(ah*.
llahodj no bonus roi)Ulml; will sell cheapfor cash, bturn
for rent: also furniture of six rooms fortalo cheap. Cali
at 858 West MadUun-st.
rplllfi BOSTON CARPET-CLEANING WORKS, 41
X and 40 West Adams-st., togntbor with boiler, en
gine, horse, wagon*, harness. o&Tpot-clwvmnjf mtioiunr.*
with patout for tho Htato of HUimla, fur bale, with 0 yo.rru'
luasu of building, very cheap rent; everything in run
ning order; good obanco forabuulnosaman. Reason for,
soiling, party going East: or will tako nartrinr (bat will
attend to tho business. A. N. UANKIhbON,
lIfiTTIAVB SOME SPLENDID BUSINESS
>V obanooß, requiring from SRO to $20,000, for sale.
Will givu good tradus in city property tor farms. 7U
East Madlson-st,, Room 0. CftEESEMAN A (JO.
<bi nnn will buy a drug
JJ>X, I store in Ihocity, locality first-class; two*
rage sales sl2purday. Address Kl, Tribune ollioo.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
CTRAYED OR BTQLEN-FUOM WICKER'S PARK.
O dark brown horse, black wane amt tail, white sprit ms
back, left front log ami right bind log white, Id bami-i
high, 1.(WO pounds weight. Persons returning said lu-rim
to 51. 11. HANNON, corner, lloyno and LaMoj no-sts.,
will be well rewarded.
STRAYED OR STOLEN—FROM FULLERTON**
pasturo, a brown bgrsu, about 7 jours old, wulght iIKJ
pounds, loti hind (uetabavu the hoof white to tho ankle,
right hind foot also white spotted, right fore foot splluk,
below the knee, on tho hack several white spots. A nu*
oral reward will bo paid to the reooveror by CAMEL#
BLAME. 743 Ulibouruo-ar,
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