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CITY REAL ESTATE.
PuraTXrT'caT'otC
.1 for a lino now 2-clory mid bii»omont, projwed.trlck.
octagon*front dwelling, 23x43 foot, unusually well arrant*
o.rorydesirablelrnuto } No. M 23 Indlann-av, Price
9 Iv, (XVi.
A 2-»lory and basomont brlok homo, on Rbndo.av. noar
Thlrfy**ocon«i-at. This tiou-o In wnrlh fflS.ooo more than
tbo oilier hmtscs In this block. nnd will bo sold for *
small cosh payment. Prloo ».*
J VfS;.iio 0 . t " ,oon
. A . XC !L , h , od 2-storr and basomont brink
A Totyolinlon a-iilorr, liriok-bararaont homo dmdUnit
TW,u *™ ,jr •'««•«
A l\-*ipry cptlngp. on haltorflold, bolncon Twenty.
N °' sll,i “■«
A Md,■ tram, dnolllnj. SMH W.lnut.it, l n (100 order.
F
tfOUHALK-BY J. 11. KKELKR, 145 OLAIUC-ST.
*■ • IVlor and Uarrlaon-Bt., noar lloyne. 3-Btory bouses
and lots from $3,600 to S4,UWI. * -wory nausea
(loud 2-story and basomont briok houses to exchange for
Drsl-clnsa residence property. * ur
**** noMTh,rt J r - B oc°nd. fine cottage andlot,
I’eorla-Bt.. north of Harrison, 60x135, cast front,
Adam* and Jackson-stst, near Wood, several lino lota.
Adsms-st., near Oallfomla-av., ohoap lots.
Sixteenth and Ha«Unga-Bts., near Ashland-av., several
lots cheap.
Van Uuroa-at„ corner Francisco, 60x125; a bargain.
Indlaiia.av., near Thlrty-llfth-st., lota at SIOO per foot.
Hutterflcld-st., north of Thirtieth, 23x110.
Ttrouly-stith-st., near Butterfield, 40 foot at $65 per
foot.
OR SALE-OHKAP LOTS, NO CASH DOWN, ON
Burnside and Butterfleld-sts., near Forty-elghth-st.
A chance for workingmen to secure a home convenient to
the city. BALDWIN. WALKKRACO., No. 7 Hawley
Building, corner Dearborn and Madlaon-sts. ,
FOR SALE-NOW A WORD WITH PARTIES WHO
have small amounts of money to invest. Thero la no
better or safer place to put It than In Chicago lots. It
will then pay you more than 20 per com, and will neither
breakup nor run away. Wo navo lots \H miles inside
city limits, choice location, fors4so, $8(0, sßßo,' and S6OO,
bargains; all easy terms. Wo also have some choice lota
that we can sell to parties who will build, at from SI,OOO ,
to $1,280, without any money down. Sploudld neighbor*
hood. EDWIN A. RIPE A 00., 147 Randolph-st.
For sale-a b story and basement stone
front with all mudora Improvements, on Ellls-av,
Toozohango-Suburban lots In Mclroso and Ravens*
wood, and 14 building lots In St. Louts, finely situated;
also, farming lands in Wisconsin and Missouri. Address
F. li. FREAK, Ufl Kllta-av.
FOR SALK-GOOD LOTS UN TIIR FOLLOWING
street*: State, ItarnMdo, Battorflold, Arnold. Gari
baldi, Hanover, Butler, Wallace, Summer, Winter, Mur*
ray, and llalstod; also, on Wentworth. ShurtlolT. Port
land. and btewart-av*.: also, on Alexander,' Twenty
fourth, Twenty-sixth, Twenty-seventh, Twenty-eighth.
Napoleon, Twenty-ninth, Earl. Thirtieth, Haven, Thirty,
first. Thirty-second, Thirty-third, Tblrty-lltth, Thirty
sixth, Tblrfy-sovrnth, Fontaine, and Tbirty-olghth-ats.
Title porfeot. Warranty deeds. Avery small payment
down, fi years'tlhie, 6 per cent Interest. No agency busl*
hom. Apply to owner. ALBERT CRANK. Ufi Monroc-st.
F r
;jlOß3At,re-°. iN. W. OAn-SIIOP LOTS; A TRW
X 1 loft; tho last of n block can be boushl: £&no n.ioh:
PUmVi
7?ORSALE-AFIRST-CLASS BARGAIN IN TWO
A' two stone front houses, corner of Twenty-fifth and
JX",*od will soil; call and examine. F.
AN Bft CO. ( ICOLnSallo-st., basement, Bryan Block.
l?OR SALE-HOUSES AND LOTS AT ALL PRICES
pv. * a T ol c D i» ln •Wpwtiof the city by P. KVANS *
CO.. 160 Lahallo.it., basement, Bryan Block.
lAOIIBALK-OnRAPOITY LOTS FOR HOMES.
J.' 'Chlcago-av. lots, near Hoyno-st., SI,OOO.
Smicrior-st. lots, near lloyno, $360.
Ashlcy-st. lots, near Hojno, $760.
Woatern-av. lota, noarlndlana-st., SBSO.
hlghtoonth-st. lots, near Oakley, s6oo.
Harblnq and Olayton-st. lots, near Leavitt, 8760.
Thlrty-I rst-st. lots, near McCormick Factory, S6OO.
North Side lots, SBOO to $3,000. * .
Choice suburban residence lots, S2OO.
EDMUND G. STILES, 89 fl!adlson-at» t cor. Dearbonii
7? OR SALK—PARTIES WISHING TO PURCHASE
. np'Vp nixt-claas, two-story and basement, octacon
front brick houßO with all modern Improvomota, Includ
ing good brick bam, In the finest localfiy on South Side,
cheap and on long time. Call on XESLUR BROS.. 134
Clark-st., Rooms. ■ • ’
1?OR SALE—SS,66O. SI,OOO DOWN. BALANCE 4
A years. 12-room now dwolllug, south front, lot 35x126.
on Van Dnron-st., oast of lloyno. T. B. BOYD. ISO
West V> aahlngton-st.
|7OR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-FINK BUSINESS
A property in Woodstock, McHenry County: also, forty
acres good timber 1)4 miles from said city. Forpartlou-
Isrs call at 816 South Stato-st.
1?OR SALE-PRICE $6,000, TWO-STORY AND
. basement bouso, 26 feet of ground, 825 South Park
ay..near Twcnty-nlnth-st. Apply to owner, 113 South
Par!{-av., evening or morning.
For sale-octagon stone.front on west
Vnnßnron-st., near Anbland-av., cheap.
Two fine frame cottages on Park-av.: cottages now and
good location.
Two-story and basomont brick house on Tyler-st., cor
ner; SI,OOO cash, balance 1, 3, 3. 4, ami 6 years.
Two-story framo homo on Ashlcy-st.; ptlco $8,000;
terms, S6O per month without interest.
Parties socking homos will find It to their advantage to
call on ns.
t „ r u , F. EVANS * CO.,
ICO LaSallo-»t. (basomont), Bryan Block.
IBOR SALK—CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS ON
; Loomis, I-ntUn, West Jackson, Vnnßuren, Tyler.
Harrison, and Polk-sts., oast of Asliland-av., at bottom
prices, and on terms to suit purchasers. A. A. DEWEY.
15.1 Laaallo-st. ’
171011 SALE-CHEAP CITY LOTB-HOMK9 FOR
J- men of modprato moans, upon State, Arnold, Butter
field. Buddan, llanoror, Halsled, Emerald, and Daahl
oll, Twonty-sorontb, Thlrtr-thlrd. Thirty-fourth, Thirty
icronthf-Thlrty-nlntli, and Forty.fourlh-sli*. Also, upon
Arclior, V> putvrorth, Shurtloff, and Blanchard-ars. Small
payment a down, balanoo In 6 years, interest at 6 per cunt:
l ° U “ a ''™‘
F°- n
'if'u AL ?“ on a SB, two* good houses on
r- r n , od; easy terms; also 5 rooms
to ront. Call at 133 Park-ar.
JpORrSALK-BY HENRY J. GOODRICH. 126 DEAR.
Oakwood boulevard. 40x145 lot cast of Vlncennos-av.
Rtato-st-, 800x161 cornerSovontloih-st.
Flftb-ar., corner Monroo-st.. 68x82 feet,
fiaoros, two blocks from station, corner Sovontj-fint
»t. and Obarlos-av., Brookline.
PORSALE-PRAIRIE-AV.-SOMB OF THE MOST
desirable residences and vacant lots north of Twenty
l!!flsS , iK«'5.' Tlo ' , . fl < iUtos - 11 ■ W. THOMAS A BB
MBNT, 165 Madlaon-at.
TPOR SALE-CAN BE IMPROVED IF THE OWNER
JU should happen to be tho holder of tho lucky ticket la
l h °U ha Pybllo Library of Kentucky. Go
toWA PrSA COy Room 47, Metropolitan Block, corner
Randolph and LaSalle-ata. They will toll yon all about It.
FOR SALK - THIRTY-SECOND-ST.—TUB TWO*
stonr and basement brick No. 63 Thlrty-sccond-st .
cornor Vornon-av.; 46 feet frontage, cheap, and on forms
to suit. Possession can be obtained Immediately U do
aired. Apply to A. A. DEWEY, 155 LaSallo-st.
1W SALR-AT A SACRIFICE. 25 FEET ON THIR
f. ty-slxth-st.; half cash, balance I year at 6 per cent
deed and abstract to date. Addrosa
OWNER, Tribune office.
SALE-SEVERAL COTTAGES; SMALL PAY-
on monthly, payments. J. H.
F ol t . a? L K-BY HENRY P. GEORGE, REAL
A 1 estate Agent, 69 Olark-st. j
100 foot, Evans-av., corner Forty-thlrd-st., at a very
great bargain, on time.
n-S ,( i? 0 .£ rO P t dwelling bn one of tho avenues, north of
Thlrtioth-at.. complete, only SIO,OOO,
I rsmo house and lot, lo grove at south city limits, at a
sacrifice: must sell; only $3,600.
’ Cheap lots In the city, some S4OO each.
POR SALE—SIOO—ON EASYIPERMS-WE HAVE
* fo , w .2 f those beautifully-located lota loft, situated
inside of the old city limits, near Biroot cart and oranihns
lino, which must bo sold this month: title perfect: ab.
etract furnished each purchaser. Call and lot ns take
you to see them. A. G. STOREY * SON, 146 Sooth
Olark-at., Roomß.
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT 974 FULTON-ST.
an Fulton ® cash, balance to suit. Inquire at
F6r“SALK-A COTTAGE. HOUSE AND LOT. 293
South Jofferson-st. If vnu want s bargain call on tho
owner, D. O. GEARY, 74 West ftladlionst. Terms, one.
third cash; balance In one, two, and three years. Title
perfect.
■ROKBALO-1 OR2 LOTS ON INDIANA-A V., NORTH
X' of Thlrty-firet-at., on long time, without any pay
xnontdown. This li a good opportunity for a bulldop. at
firßt-ciflßs imnrnvnmenta find a ready sale In this vicinity
SPENCER U. PECK, 105 and 107 Wabwh-av . cornoro
Adams-st.
FORSALE-ANEW BRICK HOUSE, 10 ROOMS,
all modern Improvements, with brick ham, worth
ffO.ft'O, for $7,000, If taken at once. Yon who have been
looking for a bargain, this Is your chance to got it. Go
andsoolt. Partcaj>h, and partcan run for fuuryoars.
Call Monday or Wednesday, on K. EUGENE CAD
WELL, 69 Doarborn-at., Rooms 19 and 20.
For salr-80 acres at hinsdale. only a
•bort distance from depot ; high and beautiful ground.
cvvnSuCO, In Chlcaro wlllbu taken in part payment.
SNYDER A LEE. l*i Nixon Building, northeast corner
Monrno and Laballe-sts.
SALE-TWO STONE FRONT ROUSES ON
±' Thlrty-fhlrd-flt.. near Cottage Orovo.aVi, now; 87,600
each; easy tonui. ISAAC R. IIITT A BRO., 1« La.
• Sallo-st.
For sale - nicp house and lot, ko hub.
bard-af., near Kllrabnth; bouse vacant. Apply to
•J-W. HAYS, 67 South Clark-at,, southeast corner Ran*
dolpo, Rooms B and 6.
For sale—house and lot no. jjm west
Randolphs. Apply to O. A. COOPER. 0 f Cooper
A Hlrmngan, Hatters and Furriers, ISO Clark-at.
l?OR R\LR—OOTTAQE, EAST FRONT, LOTMXI23,
J} 2tß Portland-av,, at a sacrifice for cash. HOLMES A
CO.. 71 Dearborn-st.
T?OR SALK-HY BOYD A WISNER, 6R DEARBORN
»L: 4;J and IB nerca In N. E. & 80c. 14, 39,13; a aao
rlfloo if sold this week.
*l?OR BALE-BV RUTD A WISHER. 85 DEARDORN-
J- "t.tOh Icago-ftv. lots, near Leavltt-st., S%M). Nino*
toonlhjHarblno-«t.). near WoMorn-av., lots, SUM.
sale-cheap.. MiainoX^A\~noßNrm
* f*fl7. f (m r lh.«t.. 47x161 ft. Apply to J. W. HAYS,
No. 07 South Olatlc-sl., southeast corner Randolph.
Rooms C and fi.
Foil HALE—AT A BARGAIN—HOUSE AND SIX
yonrjMoaio, on East Ad4tn*-flt., near LaSalle. Apuly
at Olla Block, Room 13. ’ * *
HALE—AT A BARGAIN FOR OASH—TIIR FINE
J' threo-atorrand baeomont marble front reeldonoo 1113
AVabssh'aT.. notwoon TwcntjMlflh and Twatiti-ililliMta.
This hiMisu 1< In enlnmlld condition. Pn«(h‘B«ron sivon at
ouoi>. WARREN, KEENEY A CO., IM Deirborn-et.
T?oT:/A'Li: r «i.p«) o'ahu WILL TAKE a 13.R00M
J.' borne, numbed Uvt Jimnsaieo 8-room uouie on earns
lot. IVo block* /rom Union Park. Rent oselly forSefl.
Karra •acrldo® for ready muuoy. TUUKSOBLL i
irnOWN. 1/5 Wcit Mudleon-et. *
X 1 ahlo lot with 2 timiioi, near MUwaukoo*ar. and Hal
etc/l-»t. Apply at 711 Fourth-*!. ■ H. 11. DAVIS.
T.Vofl KALK-KOil I.RBB THAN AUCTION PIUOI£
X' a lot on Wait Wa*hli)gton<st.. near Won
t-r/i-av., worth for $1,400. C. MCDONNELL, 167
Kjiat JU(lUon*Bt., Room lU.
ijioil BAI,j!-dn IIRNT-A NEW S-BTOBY AND
X' jiaßoment brick homo, octagon front; modern Jm
urovomanta. H3 Mnooln-at.. near Adami. Apply on
prom >mc». FMt MI NQ A WILBQW,
FOR fIALIt-OHRAP—ONK PIUST-OLAHfI MAH
bio front homo, on Pratrlo-av., IStft, all modora Im
firovemonta; 3 loiaon Wabaali ar.. 30 loti In the town of
>de Park; ono aoro on Mllwaukeo at., near tho toll
irato; one largo lot tn Austin, two Hooka from tho Town
Halt. Applj to tho owner, JOhItPII OAIIILL, 69 South
Ctark.it,
F* OR BALE-BPROIAL BARGAIN FOR OABII-M
feet oa Mlcb)g»n*»r., water, gaa, and aoworagoj
alio 80 fact on Otoiago Grove>av. Inquire Room 9, lw
.£M(Madiioa*«(. f U, 0. tiiVtiti,
CITY
BEAL ESTATE.
gnmpi
Trou halu—owNiiiifl mukt havis munrv aw
R « CPCB ««>»r l)o.tKl„i l^uk5 *3.000. MONEY “ 3*
iu fiflroi in o. >v. l( 800. 1. M. in•
no,,r lI, P •talloii 1 ,
16 ftorcfli nt fAwn<lftlo. on Ogdon.av.
o. w. Moulton, m Dcatbom-nt., bnico 9.
BAnOAINS-BM FI? IST ON
Biri ’ LK *
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
tpou SALE—OR TO RfiNT—l'l/KNtSHKD HOUSE,
A._ - 1 ?room«, fiM, acrosof around. In beat part of Lsko
i& re i fc J a ,f? B,o^ n .fl wv * >• TIIOMAH L. PAIIKICR,
Room 28 Oriental Building.
For sale-new house in whbaton, only
ono hour* rldo from Chicago, containingkitchen,
pantry, dmmg-rooin, doublo jurrlure, 6 bedrooms, collar,
woll and cistern s nlco location? only four minutes from
TpOll BALR-DKBPLAINKS 18 13 MILKS FROM
•*■., l e, | jr Hmltg, with good schools, 4 churches, flouring
?>m, planning.mill, 8 lintels, plenty of stores, and lIMXXJ
Inhabitants, i have » 7»room oottago and a lota at Dos.
plaices, SI,OOO, only 9300 cash and sl6 monthly for
balance. IRA UHOWN. 143 Room 4.
F OI L.5 A J$ “.KVANRTON-OnOVE LOTS, 9850,
Lop. Jb
POR BALMIOO WILL BUY A BEAUTIFUL LOT
nnnwM lJ m? o, j ?. 10 dow P« $6 • month until paid. IRA
BROWN. 142 LaSafle-it.. Room 4. OnlvSloit.
' oou IVI!3A
For bale-or exchange—at wilmettb. on
north lako shore, two wull.flnlshod modlum-alxod
uouses. convenient to depot? largo lot, sidewalk, fonco,
etc., all in good order. ’
on most favorable terms. O, D.
rAUn a 00., 68 Wasl»ngton»it.
Fon SALK-AT POUTH EVANSTON—THE BEST
and largest of Chicago's suburbs, several most excel
lent frame bouses, with 11 to lo rooms each, boaldoa bath*
room, closets, and good brick collars, high ceilings,
houses built in the host manner and after model plans.
ftfj l !?* ♦ .»*“f £ nd water, connections made with sowers
loading to the lako; tbo lois arc largo and the streets ore
wide, every house seta back 40 foet irom tho street lino.
Buy your home and save, your rent, as you never will have
a bolter opportunity to buy so good a homo on sucbo&sy
tenns. Wo have also somo elegant brick houses there,
KEENEY S l 'Ao , °V°iiA r ; ra °;.?. t ° nm - WAHREN.
OK SALE-SOUTH- ENGLEWOOD—LOTS ON
Vlnoonnos road, ilalatod and other stroota.
iialf-UCrOB.
A ores.
I‘iTO-aoro blooki.
GILBERT A OIVINB,
FOK SALK-JM CASH AMD SfO EVF.HY SIX
month! Hill njy for r. lot at Itrluii Park. X Tnllo from
IVILLIAM
R 1 95. S A L !H J . OR 10 ACRES NEAR THE OIIIOAOO
L A Pacific Railroad Station, very cheap. Will trade In
unencumbered inside property. Address X <B, Tribune
For sale—ata bargain—five acres at
Holghls. online of Danville ft Vincennes
ittllroad. A. Q. bTOttltY * BON, 146 South Clark-st."
Room 8. *
FOR v BALE—AT DESPLAINEB, NEAR DEPOT
- ifi acres, corner with young grovo, $360.
i aero Hue tor garden, S4OO.
R acres and small house on river, SO6O.
Largo lots close to stations and schools, S2OO.
. sloniouthlyoryoarly payments.
KDMUND G. STILES,
09 East Madlson-st., Room 7.
FOR SALK—4O ACRES 0 MILKS SOUTHWEST,
near now station, boamlfnl for subdivision. S6OO.
10 acres on Ksan-ar.. $2,000.
80 acres 20 miles on O. B. A Q. R. R.- at station, $l6O.
SO acres near station, south of Hydo Park, S6O.
aero*cmva corner and on river, Dasylalncs. 8360.
1 acre lots lino for garden or fruit. S4OO.
, EDMUND G. STILES,
W EastMndlaon-at., Room?.
TpOU SALE-WANTED, A CUSTOMER FOR 265
X foot of ground, original town of Maywood. at $lO par
loots W cash, balance one year} real vwlno, SSO per fool.
"oWHofrlßß* CO..
TfOR.S aLR—80 ACRES IN SEC. 8. 87, 13, HALF
im- P. Bt ?l lon;u,ual (« bargain). Aim.
lot 80x193 feet, in the grove near RuhorVi nlaco; beautiful
shrubbery; will sell at a sacrifice. J, SOUKRBRY. 122
Laballo-st., Room 17.
FOR SALK-FOR S3O PER ACRE, $1,200 CASH. I
°<« r, Wc . ( l no f < i??{ noroa R°2 d land and perfect
uiie, 32milos south ofCmoago, nnar 7'hornton, on Dan-
JiH? 4 Y J^9 onnc * Railroad. Nicholson Organ Factory,
63 Last ladl-ina-st.
1? OR . SALE-RESIDENCES AND VACANT LOTS
A at Waukegan. Lako Forest, Highland Park, Evans
o”kFar.D
FOR SALE—ENGLEWOOD—OIdOICIS LOTS ON
P J*2TO V. r ?Stpf.oA°x'T T I‘rigM «nd on easy terms. CAN
-I’iELD A MATTESON, 60 Laßallo-nt.
COUNTRY REAIii ESTATE.
A’ with largo lots, in Beloit, Wis. WUI sell on long
time, with small cash paj-monts, or on monthly
or quarterly poymants, or will exchange for Chi
cago Improved or unimproved pnoporfcy. Also, for sale or
exchange, 36(1 acres choloa lowa land. K. D. MURRAY,
603 Cottage Qrovo-av.
■CIOU SALE-OR PART EXCHANGE—(I-ACRE
«r dairy farm, with excellent buildings, fruit, etc.; ono
hour's rldo from Chicago. OLAPLIN BfioS. A CO., 131
i.&oalie.st.
TT'OR SALE—OR TRADE FOR HOUSE AND LOT—
m r£H mof Sf o«KS 60 milos from Chicago, Address A
63, Tribune office.
Pou SALKr-«IO ACRES SELECTED ILLINOIS
• fruit lands in tracts suitable for small tarme, situated
near railroads and bandy to market. Low prices and low
a oFuso.X I*6 lUnilil, ° r I " l| ’ t ° , °- Arol »“ B -
T7IOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE—FOR CITY PROP
-4 . a f ty ?l a i£?S kof F 00 * I ** *3X story brick block, 48
feet wnt by 100 foot deep, now occupied as a hotel and
stores on first floor. The aLovo property Is all occupied,
productive, and. unincumbered, situated In a flourishing
and beautiful city only ninety miles from Chicago. No
objection to assuming somo incumbrance or paying some
S. 0 3&- to « offoc L a f«do. Call on or address J. W. STO
KEY. Room 35. No. 81 and 86 LaSallo-st.
FOR SALE—I6O ACRES 60 MILES FROM CHICAGO,
one of tho best located improved farms In Illinois,
a* or sale or exchange for unincumbered city property pay
tilth at roDt * ’ A " droM MRS. BISHOP, 76 Twenty-
For salr-or exohanoe-for Illinois or
, . W S. isoma very choice prairie and tlrabur
i a ?svti2-T?, x *dJncont to completed railroad. 11. A.
JACKSON, lMLsb>lle-»t.. basement.
For sale-or exchange-for improved
1 Property, ths llnost farm In Wolionry County
tonly 50rnilos from Chicago) for grain or stock; over 800
acres; 270 acres under cultivation and pasture, balance in
heavy timbers with elegant bouse and buildings; must
lM l^. w AiLV u oa cauih basts. Price, *22,000. Address
V 74, Tribune offico. or Box 181. Woodstock. 111.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
■WANTED—WE WANT A BRICK HOUSE OR
T» stone front house on Wabash, Michigan, Prairie.
Calumet, orPark-av., north of Twonty-oigutb-st.: price
from SB,OOO to $13,000. Wo have $7,000 cash, but must be
a bargain. Webavethe cash. Panics wanting the money
womo than the houae, apply to F. EVANS A CO., 160
.LaSsllo-st., basement Bryan Block.
WANTED-FOR CUSTOMERS, HOUSE AND LOT
to W.HMiM.O on. worth from
So,ooo to $8,000; will nay somo cash and good unimproved
lots in tho city. EDWIN A. RICE * CO., llf Ran.
dolph-st.
HOUSES ON SOUTH.
™V N * r oA ftt si\£ oß^ Sellers pleaso call. SIP
PLB A CO., 171 East Madlaon-st., Room 11.
WANTED -A FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE IN
/ §9 ot ii Division, with largo Jot. worth
from $26,000 to $40,000. in exchange for Improved manu
WANTED-A RESIDENCE IN OR NEAR TO THE
city,
urance. D. K. CARTER. Room 6. 157 Wasbiogton-st.
WANTED -TWO LOTS SOUTH OP VAN BOREN
at., and west of Ogdoa-av. J. W. FAY, 123 La-
BAIIO-St.
TUANTED-COrrAGE LOT AS FIRST PAYMENT
TT on bouse and lot In good location. Send full par
tlculata to W. K. THOMAS, 173 KustMooroo-st.
ANTED—HOUSE OR COTTAGE AND LOT
worth $6,060 to SB,OCXI; will'pay SSOO oath, assume
incumbraupo and pay equity of $5,000, In 46 lots In Sted
man's Subdivision, fronting on Filty-fiftb-sU boolovard
atd Arohor-av.. between Danville A Vlnconnos and Bolt
Railroad. Apply to GILMORE A GO., 76 East Madison,
at.. Room 1.
W A «ra D "^..P OUSB .) v .9 IITH FROM niwo to
~ ow * 1 j P*l a money, aasumo locum
branoo, remainder in lino boulevard lota. Q, Tribune
W a NTED-TO PURCHASE A GOOD HOUSE OR
**«• ? D dlet. Wllpav part cash and the bal.
balance In «al estate. WM. B, HAYES, 163 La-Sallo.
at., Room 63. .
WA NTED-A GOOD HOUSE AND LOT ‘WORTH
T, $6,(00 to SIO.UOU on Milwaukee Railroad, or south of
oily, for unlnoumbered lots on Madison or Monroo-sts.,
near Oakley. U. W. THOMAS A BEMKNT, 165 Mad
lson.it.
WANTF.D-A NICK BASEMENT COTTAGE AND
¥T lot between Randolph and Van Huron. Oroonand
f„ m sa.l»ll) to «6,000 i (tood oast pajinant.
niA?*Madlaon-at., Room 1. Address N 88,
Tribune olHoa. . '
WANTED-RKAL ESTATE—ANY PARTY HAV
ins for sale unimproved real estate. In or near the
city, and will take Impart payment ft apnn of lino horses,
barnoai, and an open light, aurlnff wagon, can find a
buyer by calling on O. W. KNOX, Room S3, Otis Block,
Laoalle-bt. - ■ '
BUSINESS CHANCES.
ANY PAUTY WISHING TO EXCHANGE CASH
A nttd rntl estate, amount $12,000, to become. cltborao.
tiro or tiloiit. Interested la ouu of tbo most uroJiublo bud.
nonie* in Obloauo: a thorough bualncra man to tram] Mini
juako oalot to übuloulo trado preferred j mil have liberal
salary. Addrota, with real utnio, KBl, Tribune ottluo.
A HOOD HUfIINKSSPOITA~dAiriNK’KSIAKRIi , 6R
•fV an l , J ~1. l!* i !® rop ftn* mIo i urnall capital required. Ad
drota A 13, Tribune office.
A
LAKOEKEW HOUSE AND GROUND-LEASE FOR
- *alu at half Ita wottb, suitable for nncklng-butHo or
iy mrno bunlnei*; novr mod for Hour ami load; all will
.•°aaiillahlo taring if taken lu throe days. Uall at
UMaud 1070 SUtomt.
AaoOD-PAYINO WUJ.INKItY AND NOTION
siorc, on Woet blilo, for ttlo on e*ij toms, Inquire
Hi iM ami IfiSHoiuh OUrk.at.
<iONKSt7 KNRIIdRTIa YOUNO MAN WITH
- 8600 mo just now secure a half Interest lu a small
xCoaniboAt Ami prutiia of mlntur's tour tlirouyh tbo Sun-
South (tAdlOif, eto» { ImrmtJnent will treble itsolf*
Address V 73, Trlliuno otllcs,
A BARpAIN'FOB AN^Sk“wITU~SM*u7oapP
hi.lLs.T, Ka* ,rult * -Klandld
N JIONI
A W HAMbaoMK übuo-stouk ron h*i,b.
UEniloN
A SOUTH BIUE DUUO-STORH FOU SALK, DOING
-ti » bHiJnoM in tbwa panto tlmna of i$M porday. UItR
UON A PAKKUU,_RooDt SO, 163 WaahlngUm.it,
A BTOOK OtMIARD BTOVK^pfpINQ
JX. for late cheap; alio bone for $33, PKTKRSON. 86
North 01ark.it,, Room B>tf.
ABAROAfN-ONK OP TUB BRBT HABOONS IN
Chicago, with rtiturosaml Icaie, for eMos will tako
part trade i muatbeiold, LINO A HOLMES, nilMadl
THE CHICAGO DAILY TumtKE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER a. 1«73,
busine:
IS3 CHANCES.
AMANUP'AOTuTIINQniUJBINRsirT^TAUIjItinRn
slnco 1670, machinery and all tho Implement* hojimjr*
ing inlt In good ordor; alto furniture) of B rooms for sain
at a groat aaotliloo j a bargain for any ono. Address At
41, . rllnmo office.
A MICnOIIANT TAILOBINQ ICBTAIIUBHMRNT
on ouo of Uig boat business streets on fkmMi aido /or
ajvlo; nice stock of fall ami winter goods, Address K2O.
irlnuno omoo, '
A WKLL-PAYINO RESTAURANT AND OOFFJSK
lioiisontid in Blooplng.room* for snlo. fttagroatßaod.
i' 2M u » kosujd thin woukj very low rontjßcqd support
and nioo Jhnrnn /nr <<no or two fAinllfen; Tory easy tonus,
Vloom°7 oUll ‘ lißl ’‘ A,AN 4 ot> ** 70 Kait Madlsoti-sl",
A RAniJ OIIANOL TO BUY A FULL BTOOIC OF
I ..Ulitnrws; three years' lease| ciuhaUiro,
rinlng llrßl-olnas l)U«lnp3B. Good reasons for aollinu It!
For farther Intolllgonoo call at COS MltoholUt. •
W»A£ ol »n'i , ' I J ,KO^ I) katino-houbb
A-fIS? £ AWSUSUSSJIi £ B Sj%S
f«to d ' Writi Cl’ura I|f , Vi 0 “ tlon- m tor ruM oi.
ia{o - »nto in earn otTrUmuoofflooto Mllß.
A KSTABLISIIF.|f BUBiNESB~NOW PAY-
A ?IS?H, V A? IET . Y 9? DESIRABLE business
in loan not°n« S ostato for calo and to exchange,
ID loan olllco, 124 Doarborn-st,, Room SU. P. SABADY.
A SJtAiJ* f£9°. K 9 WAJIDWARICwitIi RtORB
fixtures, for snlo cheap. AVIII take roat estate in nart
Payment. HOBART A iUrKER?IB NorthC^abst.
A »?PP D CHANCE FOR D GOOD MECHANICS ob
n -? ln .°i a " mou w K h ■ m » M capital. For particulars In
quire at saloon, northwest corner of Thirtieth and Bud
oan-sta., for a days.
nOARDINO-HOUSB FOR SALE-143 WEST ADAMfT
Rent $65 ro ° mB * mo, Hj* ao »*thly or weekly payraonla.
nonfeotionkuyTtwo doors of a school.
305 wiT.ti'f.Vrg.t. °° ,0r “ ,1,n «- “
pONFEOTIONERY, DOING GOOD BUSINESS,
yy for salo or exchange. Apply nt 033 Madlion-st.
pARRIAOK PAINTING BUS'INKsTfOR SALB
\J Inquire at 140U Stato-st. on Monday.
pHEAP ROOM TO RENT FOR-A FIRST-CLASS
clgarsfAnd. In onoof the finest sample rooms it? tho
° n rrom,, “*> j - «•
CIGAR STORK, NO. Csf. STATE-ST” FOR SALE
cheap; 4 rooms? rent, $25 per month.
Omr DRUG STORE FOR SALK. WELL 81TU
iite'i, doing a good bn«lno*w. Addrow 0 83. Tribune.
T\RUG STORE FOR RALE IN A THRIVING TOWN
AHH??.?! M i "mnMKBn Paul Railway, ia MlQUoaota.
Cro ‘ 0 °- Io "*’ " lonD -
Drug store-for sale-one op tub hand
somostpharmacloa in the South Division, location ox
ooUont, builnoMDrodtabloand growlne, with lonir and
ohoap leato. Address X 83. Tribune oflico. “
EXTRA BUSINESS OIIANOK-TIIE ADVERTISER
A«) , T?v\ ,l . d, . ,kol ?t meo fi 4 l ,v ? n,4n thßt hM from 41,000
w 42,100 to Invent la a Hrat-claaa oyator-hou*o s will nut In
Bilk# amount. Borlatorvlow, addrou GEORGE BOND.
Trlbuno oUlco, ’
IHOR BALR-BY AUCTION. ON WEDNESDAY.
' Nov. 6, a meat tsarkot, 298 West Twolfth-st.. with all
jno natures, lmlngs, marble slabs, horse, wagon and
burnous, by TIIO.MAIJ A CO., 49 South Ciark-st., under
chattel mortgage.
IBIRST-OLASS CIGAR STAND ON A PRINCIPAL
U street, for sale. Address K 81. Tribune olUco.
DRUG STORE, SITUATED ON
4, best corners In the city, for sale. Address
B. BURNHAM A SON, 63oad 61 Uko-st.
Flour and feud store with brick build
ing, long lonso of lot, or will trade for good secured
paper or real estate. Inquire at stores 825 West. Liko-et
TTIPWELL'S , OYSTER HOUSE, 273 WEST
-LI Twelftb-st., near Tumor Hall, for sale.
TTOTEL, on SOUTH SIDE, HAVING A LARGE
K3O Tribune for salo, orjoxchango. Address
TII'ORSE-SHOEING SHOP ON MEUIDIA-V-ST, FOR
•if sale, doing a gcod business; reason for soiling, sick
ness. Inqnlro 168 west Randolph i>t., up-stalrs.
TF YOU ARE SENSIBLE AND WANT TO DOUBLE
A your money la a legitimate transaction, addroas KW,
•Tribune nUlco.
Good will or grocery and liquor store
with a good stock of groceries and Hqurur, and horso
and wagon, for sale. For particulars Inquire at tho corner
of Wentworth and Eagan-nvs.
Meat-market for sale, with first-class
trade, good nalghborhood on West Madlsmi-st. If
sold soon will give bargain, as tho owner hen ntlior bust
ness which renders It Impossible to atloud to the market
this winter. Far jcrtloularo address X 81, Tribouo of
lico.
UST BE SOLD ON ACCOUNT OF CHANGE IN
business, one of tho best dining. rootas in tho cltr,
nonr tho Northwostum Donot. Will sell for cash. 210
boutb Watcr-at., corner of Flfth-av.
VrACIUNRRY AND FIXTURES OP A FIRST
i»A class bakery for sale, or would rent fiio bakery, with
furniture, cheap to good partied. THOMAS WALL, cor.
llulslud and Adamants.
TSTEWS DEPOT. BOOK, AND VARIETY STORE
A> for Bale, 127 South Canal-st»
PERSONS WITH CAPITAL OR RICAL ESTATE
seeking Imninnss advised of approvuol o»i)ortunUioß.
UF.RRUfi ft PARKKH, Room 26. 162 Wartilngton-et.
PAWN BROKER'S ESTABLISHMENT HAVING
$3.C00 of good pawns on band, boa ring 10 per cent
interest per month, for sale; customers Ap
plyatll? Clark-at., itoom 6.
RARE OPPORTUNITY—STOCK OP PICTURES,
engravings, ami chromes, all handsomely frame'!,
ton-foot panolod walnut counter, end good showcase,
for sale, with nrivllogn of cloak room lor oou month. Ad
ply to E. PHIPPS, au West Wadilngton-at.
OTOCK BOOTH AND SHOES, DRY GOODS,
O clnlblne, prooorlos, or any urallablo kind of goods,
from $l,lOO to $20,100, for which luill oxcbnugu cithei
Chicago or country real osUto, and might put anme
money with it If stock wag desirable. Address R 22,
Tribuno olfico, Chicago.
SALOON AND FIXTJfth>LFOR SALE. APPLY ON
the promises, 161 Anhlond-av., corner Indlana-wt., or
at 283 bast Randolph-st.
SPLENDID MILLINERY STORK WITH NEW
stock of goods, worth S>,SCO, will bo iwiS for $70(1 cash,
owing to severe sicknes*. t’m owner leaving Mils wee k for
Denver, Oul. THOMAS ,v. CO., 48 South Clavk-al.
fTHE “MARBLE PILLAR, "ONE OP
1 Monln-romas In the city, ontho rnmorof Ls3>-Uo
and Randnlph-ets., two doors west of Hooloy’a Thoi.tro,
for snli*, on account of my health had change of busio ess.
ALBERT MICIIKLSON, proprietor, 155 East Randolph.
The finest saloon stand on state^-tT
cornor of Sixteenth, for sale cheap.
THU LEASE, roBtffTmiETANirFIXTURES OF
one of tho largest hotels In the West, for sale, now
doing a good.payingbusinesß: Hboral terms will be glron.
I'or full particulars apply, to CHAPMAN X HARDER, 00
LaSalle-st.
rpilU FURNITURE, FIXTURES, ETC., OF A RAIL*
X, road hntol, situated In ono of tho most (lourlnhiog
towns within too miles of Chicago, about IS trains dally for
meats. Sold on account of 111 health of present ownor.
Address K 86, Tribune office.
fpo BUILDERS—ANY ONE WHO WOULD I,IKE
X to go West, and can command from $3,000 >o SIO,OOO
can learn the particulars of a splendid opportunity for
business by calling at 46 South Olark-st., in basement,
any day uoxt wock.
rpHE STOCK, FIXTURES, AND FURNITURE OF A
X first-class confectionery and restaurant fir sale s will
•ell on inventory 1/desired, as tlm owner goes East to
spend tho winter. Inquire at 547 West Madlaon-st.
rpilß BEST SMALL DRY GOODS STORK IN THE
L city for ealo; doing a business of ovor $20,000 por an
numsmoßtleave tho city tho reason for selling; terms
easy. Address Q3l, Tribune nillco.
rpO HOTEL MEN—THE FURNITURE AND FIX-
X lures of tho St. Charles Hotel, 46 and 48 South Dos
plalnos-Kl., for salo at a bargain, and hotel to rent; If not
sold by Thursday next, it will bo sold at auction.
rpO AN ACTIVE MAN 1 WILL SELL AN INTER-
X cst in a good paying, legitimate buslniss; capital re
quired. S6OO to S2.CCO. Addrosa W 43, Tribune office.
WANTED— A PURCHASER FORTH li UNDIVIDED
half intorost In a valuable pa ont; $20,0(0 profit made
In two years. For particulars, address X 36, Tribune office.
WE WILL SELL A LEGITIMATE BUSINESS,
paying SIO,OOO yearly, for $1,500, Including fixtures.
bi’ONK A SKINNER, 146 Clark-st., Room 26.
WE HAVE SOME GREAT BARGAINS IN BUST
ness to offor. Don’t fall to call ou OH EEBEMAN
X CO., 706 Madlaon-st., Room 6.
<£l non WTi.L BUY A RETIRING PARTNER’S
jPX.I/UW ImlMntcrust in a lang-establlahod cash
bunincßS, paying a clear profit of ssw per month. Stock
on band for amount asked. This Is a raro nhauco and
will boar Investigation. Cash only need call at 123 La
ballc-st., Room2l.
Clin MHO oAfiu ONLY WILL BUY A HALF
•|JXk/« UUu interest In a highly genteel cash manufac
turing business, paying n clear profit of SIO,OOO por an
num. Huslne<s is tlrel-olats In every respect. Stock on
hand, from $12,t0 $15,060, and froo from incumbrance.
Apply at Room 21. 122 Lafiallo-st.
TO EXCHANGE]
TT’OR EXCHANGE—IMPROVED BUSINESS AND
-L’ residence property lu Lincoln, Nob., for a
Mock of dry good:, etc. Address, or apply to .1? K.
ROUGKRh, lifcl LaSallo-st.. (Room 9), corner Mndlsou.
r EXCHANGE—FOR CITY _ PUOPKRTY-TWO
first-class fruit-farms, that will not their cost lu
it years. I’rlco, 814,000 and $20,P00. Will nay Homo cash,
and assume incumbranoos. Address 13ox Is, L’obilon, 111.
rKXCHANGE-TWO RLEGTN“r~SILirDUEfiSES
poMroly now (largo size), cost SCOO, for furniture.
Apply 177 o>ark-»t., Room 5.
niQ EXCHANGE-NICK COTTAGE AND 3 ACRES
JL of boautltul gardening, Cook County, for merchen
dlzo or vacant lots. U. KENNEDY, H5 Olark-st.,
Rooms M and 37.
rPO EXCHANGE-FARM OF 160 ACRES, IN MASON
i7,..H5! , . , . , !S r ; ? l«ta.or auburban property. R,
KENNEDY, 145 Olark-at., Rooms26and27.
fjlO EXOHANOIO—OII 10~A(V(f LOTS Inhi sieroiian-
J. (Use or horses. A Ho, 2H.UXI acro« oholco tclcclod
Texas louda; tlllo perfect. 11. A. JACKSON, 1M La-
Salle-at., bttsomeut.
rKXCUANQIi— A SMALL P.MIM OP M AORKS,
only to mile* from Ohienno. Will c lohaupo for hoitne
P*jy 9LOOO onbLi dim.i-.mce, BROWN 4
HORION, Real I£»Uto Agontu, 160 Dearborn*#!.
r PO AGUES
i near the oliy. U. A. JAOKBON, 1W LaSillo-.t.,
uasoiuoni. '
fpo rexa
III ANOK-HOUBK AND LOT IN MoOUKOim,
J •ocurfld pjiiinr. ftinl cash, for homo and lot In GUI*
oaco; a billiard table. a Miorso oottpo, a tmttliifbuiray.
1 upon buses, I cbainhor-fot, 4 bodatoadr. for lira*olu«i
kS.T Ad^.3'% r c.m ll. 1 ’ °* B| ‘'
TO KXOUaNUK—A LOT ON SOUTH" HIDK, IN
burnt district, worth *5,000 cash. as first nayraontou
Ja-rimin brick houto. wltli of. »m Houtlt Kluo. worth
SIO,OOO or 513.000. WtiIVTON OULVRII, lloomTAloOo*
polUaa ulook.
To RxoiiANnH—a ebon huilThnq" wtTnrii
$300,0001 Inoumhraucc, fclbO.WO! will taka sdmrban
arro property for dliforunoo. D. OOLU A SUN, U3 West
Mt(U<oa*st.
fpi) EXCHANGE—LOT, 55 FISKTIJY IQI. FRONT
i. IwgoulJiiarhnrii.at, and Third*?,.to cxchanro for.
toiidouoo._U. U, HOLMKH A CU., 71 Warboru’at.
fro, KXCIIANOIi
X bwonout brick bouao, now, with beautiful anmL
atono front, on Hauth bids. fn»« of incumbrance Now
brick barn ou promiaea. Will (nilo for i% little oaali and
balance in good building lota. I’Hca aiu (u*.m
WttTUEBKLC PUTNAM a CO., Rooii oi’w®
luglou-at.
'OHANr"
rro KXOh. r fiClK —AKOUT SIO,OOO WOUTII OP
1 olxiloo, un njprofeil. unlnmimborod lot* Hi Woodlawn
/or houiu and lot im Wuba»U.av M norttiof T«uuty m*ot»ud.
at, twill Bsaumn inoimibrauoo for dilToroaoo. 18 ouu ta
«S,IOO.IIOLMIiHJ CO., 71 Doarborn‘it. f ' 1
rpo EXCHANGE—BY HOT,MBS 4
X bom-Bt.—l'lnUolftsi toald«uoo,wUh largo groundi, at
JUtudalo, (or «liy property. * 1 •*
.1.... TO
qio KxoiiANon-Ifir/sV btooic ano'obain vaum
i7,IP Jiff ’ l,orn llllnoiK fi»r city property or aoenrod pnpur,
W>.. n Dc.tbiirii'.l.
! r j’6 lixaViANbii-Kbii A liousn and lot on
x some of Urn fiouth Hide avenues. lots between West
;rn n»cnuo and Humboldt Park. J. H. GILBERT. 68
LaSallo-at.
TO EXCHANGE—ACRE PROPERTY NEAR
ftnaLiwood for Imiirovod city property. GILD KHT A
uiVIWb, 68KaHallo-st. .
TO EXCHANGE—SUBURBAN LOT 0 MILE!
l from Court.House for good horse, wagon, and liar
at 670 West MndDou-at. ’
TO liXCIIANOK—A I'INK HOUSE AND LOT
near Jefferson Park for goad house and tot In Indi
anapolis. AI to, good hunao and lot. on Hublmrd-st. for
6i,»0dI lot on West bliio. SIMMONS A CARTER, 187
lark'tt.
r EXCHANGE-REAL ESTATE FOR MERCHAN.
dieoaultablo for country trade, adapted more par*
ticuiarly to lumber and mining districts. Addroaa w S3,
Tribune otHoo. .
TO EXCHANGE—WELL LOCATED SUBURBAN
X lota for houses on leased ground .or other personal
property, or real estate. Inoumbranbo* Assumed and
cash furnished. TUUESDULL A BROWN. 176 West
Madlaon-st.
TO EXCHANGE-WELL LOCATED REAL ESTATE
X . for building material, carpenter or xnaaon work.
TRUKBDELL A BROWN, 176 West Madlaon-st.
TO EXCHANGE-REAL ESTATE FOR A BTOOIC
X of groceries; also, stock of hardware to taado for
real oaUto. W. W. WATSON, SOil LaSalle-st. •
r’ EXCHANGE—CHOICE SUBURBAN LOTS FOR
goods.’
6-aoro block* for Inside improved.
Lota at Kenwood for acres.
blno suburban property for furniture.
fine farm near llofolt, >VI«., for Improved,
Fine farm In Ford County for Improved.
Acres on the 0., D. A V. It. It. for house and lot.
JAMES R. MAY. 1M Madlaon-st., Rooml.
TO EXCHANGE-IO ACRES AT WASHINGTON
Heights, free tram Incumbrance. WM. A. TRAVIS,
Room 16 Bryan Block.
r EXCHANGE—A GOOD 10-ROOM HOUSE IN
olty for a house and lot. worth $6,000 In a good sub
urban town; good lots on West Side (clear) tor bouse
andjot: lino brown stone front house for good lots. WIL
SON, Room 4, 183 East Madlson-st.
r EXCHANGE-LOTS, BLOCKS, AND ACRE
property, well located and in Immediate vicinity of
flrst-rato Improvements, la ons of the most enterprising
suburbs of Chicago, for city real estate or other property.
Address V 80, Tribune office.
r EXCHANGE-HOUSES AND LOTS IN CHICAGO
and suburbs for farms and cash; also beautiful farm
or 136 acres In Geneva for olty residence s will please any
one. 11. A. JACKSON, 1M LaSalle.st., basement.
rpb EXORANOK—BO ACRES OF LAND TO TRADE
X for ft lot In tho city or outside. CHAPIN, 314 East
Madlaon-at.
TO EXCHANGE—IOO ACRES GOOD UNIMPROVED
laud in Ontario County, N. Y., for house and lot In
any good town west, or would oxohanco for land in Illi
nois or lowa. Addrcaa O. W. BRIGGS, 67 South Ourtl*.
T' O EXOHANGE-FOR IMPROVED PROPERTY,
an lntare«t!wortb $30,000 la tho beat suburban prop*
arty adjoining Chicago, For particular*, address K gI.
Tribune office.
rm exchanoe-we have some good im-
X pro?od msldo prontrty to exchange for aero tracts,
oily or auburba, EDWIN A. RICE A CO., 147 Run.
dofph-st. '
TO EXCHANGE—VALUABLE IMPROVRD REAL
oataio, on West Side, for real eatato In Uoaton or vi
cinity. OLAFLIN BROS. A CO., 181 LaSallo at.
r EXCHANGE—IMPROVED FARMS AND LARGE
tracts of oholco unimproved farming land* Id lowa
nnd Nebraska—uulnoumborod—for cottages, oast of
Hjato-at. preferred, and unimproved property in any part
of the city. Will pay dilforonco In cash and assume
l Inoumliraiicoß. WILSON * FUANKLIN. Hoorn
10, 126Doarborn*st.
fjO sB EXOUAN r
-..~w«ANQES—SOUTH SIDE LOTS, NOTES,
fBI.OOp mortgage, and QI.COO mortgages duo In six
months, for farms, city property, stock of Roods, hows
and hußßios. nJauns, furniture, Ac.,.40. Address SHIP
MAN, 1030 WAbash-AT. 1
rEXOIIANGE-A FIRST-CLASS NEW “ DO
mostlo" sowing machlao for lurnltnro. Addroto W
ta, iribuno office. •
r EXCHANGE-CARPENTER WORK FOR MBR.
c V.Vl fc . t i!' l ? r * n *f* or Hue roady-mado clothing. Ad
aroaa W 71, Tribune office. •
T° ’i^HANOK-LARGE FARM, 1,395 ACRES, 1
i. mtlo front on box RlvorJ will exchange for goods,
business. Ac- Also 100-ft, lot. West Sid*, for gonda.
library, so. SIDNEY W» SEA. Room 6, 157 Otark*st.
r' KXpHANGE-ALM'oST NEW SINGER SEWING
mnchinoandaomofurnllnro, for gold watcher small
Bcio. I. Q., wj West VanUuron-at.
rtlO EXOIIANG E—WEST SIDE SUBURBAN LOTS
± and lUst-clflßs wild lands for jowolry or diamonds. Ad
dress Room -17 Merchants 1 Hotel.
W ANTKD—TO RXOIIANOIS—TFIK FASTEST P.\o
- Insr liorjo In IlUnoU for unlnoumbcrod real estate.
Audrain J, Box »?, P. U.
\\f ANTKD—TO KXOHANOIS-A LOT IN AUSTIN,'
„*» balance cash, for painting. Addro&a JKNKINS.
1 woaty-iooond and Lafllii.nta. *
WANTED— TO EXCHANGE FOR
morchnntJHc.fi,oooAcroaofland, Mmlloa fromChl
«cagO|, nearrailroad. Addroaa if 96, Tribune office.
W -ANTED—TO EXCIIAKGE-Sf.,OCO "WORTH OF
old and now hooks for a business In Cbioaso or Cbl
cubo real esUto, Block of books lu Grand Uaylds, Mlcb.
■Address LB3, Trlbuno otllop, for ton days.
\V ANTED—IN EXCHANGE—A GOOD BKCOND
.hand llQorlTig machine for doalrablo suburban lota.
Address U 31, Tribune 011100.
WANTED-COTTAOR AND EOT IN EXCHANGE
T? r »A"t«Sli , JrPr an . 1 -2 f SJ ! . VO . r 3 r desirable ami unincumbered.
11. KENNEDY, 145 Clark -at., Rooms 26 and 37.
WANTED-A DItUQ-STORE IN A GOOD LOOA
»r tlon fop go->d nniaoimhorod roal estate and some
money. Address K 87, Trlbutio oillco.
WANTED— TO EXCHANGE—GOOD LOTS FORA,
saloon; the lots omul to cash, and the saloon must
tio in ft good location. THOMAS A CO.. 46 SouthClark-sl.
\\rANTED-*!I,2M-DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FURS?
»f boots and shoos, clothing, carpets, furniture, jew
elry, silverware, groceries, liquors, or tobacco, In ex
change ior a fine lake shore rosldonce lot, £sxloß feel,
worth fit*'. PAUL W. AIOWHORTEU A CO., Room
83 Rentier Block.
W ANTED—HOUSE AND LOT, CITY OB SUBUR
»T ban, Inoxohaiuo for £OS feet in original town of May.
wood, at panla prices. No Incumbrauoe. Address N 33.
Tnbuno otHce.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE—FINE TROTTING
HPf?? *M* « r »a-ymont on inside lot, and dlilorcnco
in cash. Call at ipu 1 wonty-eocond-st.
WE havk ouioago and subdkban heal
estate, nnu-olasi real estate securities, and horso
and wagon, wo will trade for a stock of drugs, groceries,
or any kind of «ond morchandUo. Call at W North Clark.
St., RoomPjtf. MATHibON A CO.
WANI’KD-TO EXCHANGE-FOUR LOTS SOUTH
pt \Wr SAft rk .fc r a iiSPf hO P 9 4011 Buggy. Address
u. ii. WILSON. 187 and I6S) South Clark-st., Room SO, on
Monday next only. '
WANTED— TO EXCHANGE-SOFT AND SOME
haid coal for 4, two feet of 2-inoh green pine plank,
second or third grade; also for 1,6.11 feet of fonciug,green,
eoooud or third grade. Address O 10, Tribune omco.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE—A GOOD LOT IN
'w."M^v R fl 0 lr T 5 luo . !82 . ( ? l '. for P Qstoin * ,u » doc l o tßlng.
it. oHivNSTON, fl& South Italsted-st.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE—A FINE LIBRARY
nirautMOM r° r ?°,, at lS i Buggy, or olUior separately.
OHAIMN. 21-1 hast Madlsun-st.
FINANCIAL.
WALKER 4 CO. HAVE FUNDS IN
±J hand lor mirohaso of short tlmo secured notes. No.
7 Hawley Building, corner Dearborn and Madlson-sU.
IPOB SALE—S2,OOI) PURCHASE MONEY MORT
* nW I . Im *f purchase money already paid,
n. liUOUUIOU, Attoniuyat law, 124 Doarborn-at.
/■'ALARMS AGAINST HOME. KNICKERBOCKER,
V “orraanla. and.other bankrupt insurance compa
nies cashed by J. N, WITHKUELL, IW Doarboru-at,.
Room 15.
DATE YOUII FORTUNE FROM THIS DAY BY
calling on WA PTh A CO., at Room 47, Metropolitan
uiock, corner Lnballoaud Randolph-sts., whore all tutor
maUon In regard to the mtllion ami a half given away by
tne Public Library of Kentucky can be obtained. ** 9
r/JANS ON BONDS, WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS,
ote 43 b ‘' n “ tt ani
IBIiUAL CASH ADVANCES MADEON WATCHES,
J jowolry, »“** other collaterals. All business strictly
mfidonilal. Address V 73, Tribune oilico.J
MONKYTO LOAN—IN SMALL SUMS ON SHORT
uorD tfmeby M, MT THOMAS, Room 12, No. 72 Dear-
AT T . 9 LOAN-SS,(XJO AND UPW ARDS. PAR-
XvJ. ties desiring attention will givo lull description of
property. Address F 81. Tribune office. v
Money to loan diamonds, watches.
bonds, pic., at private office. Lhl ilutt
uoipfa-si., near Clark. Established IBM. *
Vf ONKY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
ItJj houses, pianos, mid other good cuattol and cullat-
HUUlaiS ' H» l£..t ufSHKr.
VCONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES^
b* p }' l i? l, i®«? : s curi . ~1,1‘ .* “ ,,(1 luuns negotiated,
by 0. TUNMULUyb, 125 South Ulark-st., Room 2.
ViONEV TO LOAN—WE HAVE A FEW SMALL
»?» n!Il l ?k, 0 oan 00 Purchase moauy mortgages, bond*.
mOK°A < iV» U iJi t fi aKC i l . ftU(l « l, *d.
Bunk. A * llIC “ * t0 ‘* !47 Rsudolph-st., over Fidelity
'HO LOAN—SB,OOO IN SMALL AMOITNVR TTlIi
01ft!K. tlffi °- OKOUGIi *MAsEItSS gJ°S
rrANTED-OOOp PURCHASE MONEY NOTES.
U ° X ***’ uauUng panics, security, and
\\ rANTED000 SECURED BY FIRST MORT*
oontlmuTOHt 1 andt> , v? r r p3rl . y * fwr onoor two years, 111 per
■mo& t0 »• **•
VV V,W!‘ 5 ' ) J?~ !tl 9“ ou l r Or. S Oita
W A^sS*lTSS^iSPA,|^,A * i “* l smori.
Gate’s;
iV ANtED-TO PURCHASE A~l''H\V HUNDRED
nL^'SSiSIl I'* 1 '* 0Bla "*. W. KIV6? igsavs
VXfANTKD—BUOO ON VALUABLE ENGLEWOOD
1 wlu ‘’“ y 10 aua Adlii;., Ti “WibSS
F o * l ONE OR TWO YEARS AT
»r 1U par coni on home and lot worth four HmM rim
amount. Address W. Sl WalSut-st.
ISII’KOVED
'SSSS^^ssst-J*
S2 000
55.000 fO*N *t N ' M>NO TIME.
w »
CiQ nnn.ON HAND to loan on improved
10 00f) ?N oahii ooixatbiials
ftflO 00(1 .'™?|'F II P ON Oiyy nUALKBTATB
EOAKDiNG AND LODGING,
_ South
BKr,nninap.c;oußT_nnuM;i hh suits and
HoiiOotMoii W 1 * ,lrßt * ola,a * ’’card, fur InmlUo. or ilnglo
I/i ELiiinnoprCouiiT—a niorlyloirnisiird
XU room with board, hot and cold wafer; alio, tin trio
doted f ° r ° n ° ° r tWO tfoatlomon. Day boarders aooommo-
1 O HIXTHKNTII.ST."- A ' LAKOK, FURNISHED
proTOnsm». P “ r ° r ' r ° nl ’ ” b ”" rdp a" modern lm-
TO ELDUIDOK-OOUHT—IELItiIANT -ROOMS TO
XZi rent, nltliorwlihoutJjoajtl, at living rates.
MKLDRiDqi!*coyßT double~and
alnslojjtlth board, at reasonable prloos.
irr TWENTY.niXTII.&t.-TWO OBNTLEMKNi
XI prlrato family j dlunoratOp, m. '
1 n 19. AND St EAST IIARUIBON-ST. FURNISH.
X I edrooma to rout, with board, with tho corafortaol
a home, gas and bro Included. ooraiortsoi
Ift .»h? H . ll)G1 V C( . JUUT -Aj FRONT and back
XU suite, also a tingle room, with board.
IQ CONpRKSS.Sf,. BETWEEN WABASH AND
Xt/ SHohJgan-nvs., and near Michigan**?, Hotel Rio-
4ft #IiVH! ,AIID r GGI . : l RT “ F i RBT -cLABa board
4.7 SOUTH LASALLE-ST.— 2O TO 80 DAY BOARDS
I, or* at olty restaurant wanted t first-class moalaat
Tory low ilgurea. Day board ®I.CO and 80 per week.
7ft r? KABT MONROE-ST., ENTRANCE
if 'Q, ■ Homo—Furnished rooms, with hoard
74- T WKNTVr.SI£°bND.RT.-PAnLOn TO nitNT
I TT with board, fora goutlomanand wife, and rooms
° r d * 1 ' bo * nl ” t,
84* TWENTY-SKCOND-ST.—FURNISHED ROOMS
Otc to rent with board. Also day boarders wanted.
109 THIRp.AV.-A LARGE
suitable for a man ami wife or four gentlemen!
Alio, one single room. Day-boarders accommodated at
reasonable rates. v
TIQ COTTAGE GROVE-AV.-TO RENT, WITH
XXO fc«W| front parlors also, largo slooplng-ronm
off; back parlor, heated wilh furnace and grate; will bo
rentodjnngly or together; Tory low price* fir the winter.
1 ftQ COTTAGE GROVE*AV.—3 GENTLEMEN
X*JU pan bo accommodated with pleasant rooms and
board; also a few day boarders,
mTWKNTY-THIRD-ST.— FURNISHED ROOM
lo rent, with board, cheap, to two gentlemen,
m SOUTH OLARK-ST.. THIRD FLOOR-ROOM
for throe or four gentlemen, with board; also day
boarders accommodated.
BUUNSIDE-ST.—BOARD FOR TWO OR
three yoang men, with Accommodation of barn.
9ft#? miohigan-av.-uandsome front al
f*\JtJoova room, .furnjshrd or unfurnished. for family or
4 gentlemen, A few tablo boarders taken.
MIOIIIGAN-AV.-ONK OR TWO PLRABANT
furnished rooma to rent with board at moderate
9OK MICHIGAN-AV,—LARGE WELL-FURNIBH.
©d back parlor, with board for two. In a doliobt*
ful location, on modorato term*.
QJ.A . CALUMKT-AV.—SUITE OF PLEASANT
OXtc front rooma, with board,
A. SUOHIGAN.Ay.-PLEASANT ROOMS.WITH
DXi board: homo baa all modern improvements:
nowly furnished; terms roatonablo.
qcn MICHIGAN-A V.-l-HUNT ROOM WITHAL
*JU\J oovonnd adjolnlDß room, also two linata room*,
iccoua itory, with board. X)ny-btiardora accommodated.
Q'ifi WABASILAV.-DBBIRABLB FURNISHED
O I U rooma to rent, Trllh board. Flrat-clasi tablo
. board at $6 per week.
OQC WABASU-AV.—RLEGANT ROOMS. SINGLE
yj?^. , op on-iulto, furnlahod or unfurnlshoa, with or
without board.
QQft MIOHIOAN-AV.—A HANDSOME, LARGE,
OcfU funilahod front room to rent, with board, «ulta
bio lop gentleman ami Indy or two gontlomons references
required. *
A MIOHIGAN-AV.—NICELY FURNISHED
jTtJ JC front room to rent with board.
zthit MICHIGAN - AV. - FURNISHED FRONT
-litJ jlr room with hrst-class board to two gontlomon.
A(X\ WABASH-AV,—FURNISHED ROOMS, SlN
*±yX glooronaulto, with board, tor gontlomon and
their wires or gentlemen, References oxohanged.
A an 1 MICUIGAN-AV.-TWO pleasant rooms
I ElO rout, with good board. Terms reasonable.
Aft! WABASH-AV., SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
•tOJ. Eldridso Court—Handsomely furnished fnmt
room, aulinblo for BPntlomnn nutl wife. Also, board lor
tiutflo contiomon. Homo tirat-clma Id nvory rosjioct.
itq’O wIiT/Laii.AV.-piJttSWBDon“ impuTT
JLC/v/ nlshod room to root trim board.
4Q4 \VABASTI~AV
.*ABASTLAV.—TWO LARGE, HANDSOME
-y X parlora to root, with board: roforonoo* re
quired.
4.QQ SOUTH DEARBORN. ST. (RDUNBIDM),
ntfirTwonly-nlntli—A nlco, choorlul ho’
Ipl. Limumkoprio™ for the winter at £'• por oon;. below
those w;ho pay high roots, and wo shall keep full, if at
half prices. ’
499 > v
.»ABA SlI-AV.—FRONT ALCOVE ROOM
•?-- - furnished, with'boards J*oubr and (ablo tint*
clBMa and prices rauderato; day~Joardor« aocommodhtod:
references exchanged.
50?
- AiSAHtfAV. - 3 NIOELY-FUUNISHBD
jt ” .f O , »o rent. Kofcroncoa glron and rouulrod.
Hoard, if dotslred.
A VKUV DKHIU>'H}LG SUITE
uy U of front rooms, handsomely furnlshoflv to rent,
mtu hnord, for gentleman and »lfo; also, too eluslo
rooms for gentlemen.
0 JVABASH-AV.-A LARGE UNFURNISHED
V-*-y front room (except carpets) to rent: with board.
A puly at Wo Wabash-av. Hotoronoiis required.
KOO WABASH-AV.—A SUITE OF FRONT ROOMS,
water, unfurnished, except carpets:
also, other doslrabtn vooms; references.
KQfi WABASH-AV.—HOARDERS CAN BR AC
*JO\J commodatod with good board and pleasant
rooms at $S per week.
£win wabasu-av.—a laugh room, with
tJ Xu gas. closet, pie,; also a rtngle room, suitable
for two or throo gentlemen, who nreiir tho comforts of a
home to stylo and bad rations. Terms reasonable.
WABASH-AVT—LARGE ALCOVE ROOM,
furnUhodoruuturnluhcd, also single room, with
548
board.
WABASH-AV,—PRIVATE FAMILY, HOME
UUU comforts for boarders.
KAA WABASH-AV.—DESIRABLE ROOMS, FUR
yUy nlihed nr unfurnished with board. Also, day
boarders accommodated. References required.
RQQ WABASH-AV.. NEAR TWELFTH-ST-
U'JLJ Furnished and unfurnlohcd rooms with board. A
low day boarders can bo accommodated.
, WABASH-AV.—UNFURNISHED FRONT
UUG alcoTo room to rent, with board.
7ZA MIOIIIG AN-AV.—ONE LARGE FURNISHED
* room, with board; also, single room.
l 7'7A MIOIIIGAN-AV. SUITE FURNISHED
I lir front rooms, with board; also single room.
Prices reasonable.
Q9 J WABASH-AV.-A VERY DESIRABLE AND
k-Li* r handsomely furnished front suite of rooms to
Cfttt 1,0 ronto< * BoparoioU'if desired.
CQfi MIOIUGAN-AV., BETWEEN TWENTY
CHU third and Twonty-fourtb-sts.—Furnished or un
furnished rooms, with board; house with all modern hn>
provomonts.
WABASH-AV.—NICE SUITE OF ROOMS,
furnished; hot and cold water; bath-room:
board.
Qft/I OOTTAQtt GROVE-AV., NEAR OAKLAND
LJUI: —Handsomely furnished rooms, private family,
hrst-olass table, moderate terms, convenient to steam or
borsn-oara.
QQO INDIANA-AV.-LARQR FRONT AND BACK
LjU& room to rent, with board. Table boarders ae
■ coramodatod.
OQ7: INDIANA-AV -A FRONT ALCOVE ROOM.
CO I well furuisbod and pleasant, to rent, with board,
hot and cold water, etc.; uonr Elghteenth-st. Only to
llable people need apply. Two nr three table-boarders
can buacooroniodntoil. MRS. SIBLEY.
QOC AND 1137 WAB AS H- AV. - A FRONT SUITE OF
040 rooms, suitablo for two or four gentlemen. Other
nioely furnished rooms, slnglo or double. Table ilrat
claaa. Dayboardors accommodated.
QQft INDIANA-AV.—DESIRABLE ROOMS, WITH
t»Ol> modem convonloucoi, laruishsd or unfurnished,
with board.
WABASH-AV. (FLORENCE PLACE)—
ihuW One pluacant furnished room on lint lloor,
jvlth flrst-cjasi board: everything ilrst-class. Day
boarders wanted.
YnbO PRAIRIE-AV. A STRICTLY PRIVATE
A WOO family will accommodate an agreeable gcntlo
raan and wife with a suite of pleasant rooms and hoard,
.or two slnglo gentlemen.
in™ MIOHIUAN-AV. -TO KENT, WITH
iWUu beard, a suite of rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, lo a small private family.
Iflfil WABABH.AV—A pleasant front
XUUX room, with board; alto, a few day boarders
taken.
1 H7/L WABAfiH-AV.-TO RENT, A HANDSOME
IU itt ly furnished room, with board. Reference re
quired.
17tO/» WABASH-AV.-A LARGE FURNISHED
iuOUrcom, with or without board.
T/\QQ WABASH-AV.-FRONT ALCOVE ROOM.
XWOOAIfcQ other rooms with board. Terms moderate.
OQ INDTANA-AV.-T6"RENT WITH HOARD,
.Zip front room on second floor; also, small room.
11R1 WABASH AV. - PLEASANT ROOMS,
XX JX single or on suite, with board,
ff7^WA‘iWiILAV"-AFLNE^SUITE OF ROOMST
XX i O with hoard.
1 nr* PUAIUIK-AV.-ONK OR two pleasant
LXJL) rooms to rout with board; sulUblo lor alnnle
outlomoo, or gumlomou and wives. Private family,
loforuncui,
11 hQ"PRAIRIE.AV.-ONR OHOIOR SUITE OF
XX JO front rooms; best of board; modern conven
lenocs. Call to-day.
1 0/Ifi"PHA I HIE-A V.-FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board: front lulloi hot and cold water la
I bo moms.
T OA 7 INDIANA-AV.-TWO ELKQANTLV FUR
XLrh I nlblicil moms for marrb'd couplet ;ulse two single
rooms for gentleman, to rent with hoard., •
■Q/I *Q* BrATK*ST.-fWO RRSPKOTARLE YOUNG
ladles want ’d to board In a private English
imlly, whore they can liqvo a good home.
N UNFUUNJBHED ROOM WITH HOARD
J\. for a gentleman end wife, or two single gentle
men. House has all modern Improvements gas, hot and
cold water In every room. Also, four day boarders want
ed. Inquire at lira! wont of Wabash-av. on Thirty*
tocond-st.
IPLLI3-AV.-A NICELY FUUNISIIKD SOUTH
'j room to rout with board, In a privet* family, for the
winter; references required. Addrosi HOME, cure of
.Carrier No. 1.
™U TWO GENTLEMEN AT $7 PER WEEK,
X 1 lire and fan Included, « omufintibly furnished room
In a desirable locality, north of Tweuty-ililh-st., conven
ient to street cars and ’bus linos. rauill) of two: no other
boarders t table lirst-cla**. Breakfast and 6 o’clock, din
ner. References furnished and required. Address H,
Tribune otlioo.
inobD BOARD AND FURNISHED ROOMS (CON.
IT nooting), kont warm, fer four young gents; B o’clock
dinners; reasonable pricei Prairlo-av.. south Twculy
alzth-st. Address, with pforouooi, K 80, Tribune oiUce.
VfiahlOAN.AV. mtTWHKN i'OimfKKNTUAIiD
ivi bisteenth-sta.— I Two single gentleman can ho ac
ooimuudated wl'h tlrst-olass beard and lodging In » house
with a pleasant family. W iW, Tribune ollloe.
NORTH OF THIRTBENTH-ST., BAST OF STATE,
handsomely furnished anartmcmewllh board, to 1
or I young ladies AoiirosaUM, TeJbune ofllce>
BOARDING AMD I-ODGING.
, JBottth Side—Continued.
pARTIOUI.AU NOTIOR-PIUWONfI WITn GOOD
•?.»««« m”?? roti ll to nbtMa Ixmrd In a tUDcrlor loon*
t!m n «°t n «V' wlth, i n V*. mlnut ®*’ walk o7 Wuhhlng-
J w*S2. U J«I5 r i , .^£ ro P Uno rooms (and.moils a*.
Mn «nlonthoun). by aJdro„lng
WAnAßii-Ay. t south OI^TWEN
... iLThiin ,n. S nn Hn «i»bofotUt»l home, wlrh a lady
TrllmnooSlco. 1 1 b ' mu *tofthoUmo. Addroi* M Bflf
Side.
68OUT11 proria-st.—board, with roomr
.iion! U ° * or Biratlompn ftnti wiroa or ilnglo geatlo*
CENTRE-AV.--I*URNIBUKD FRONT ROOMS TO
rout ohoap, with board, two door» from Madlaon-at.
I 9 north ouiiTia.st.—a plkahant ottr!
nlsbod front room with board, in a small family for
two gentleman; alio, day board for two. «muy lor
19 s’? 11 ’' 11 sanoamon-st.-nioely — mm.
jjj“ nl,ho ' 1 > roon ” 10 rent ' ' ,lth Torn. nun.
i o SOUTH QHBEK.BT._NIOELT PUnNISIIKD
cto.bg;a‘
14- 5, I |?i I 2, P '£?.V IlT — TO HKNT WITH HOARD, A
r^.., BU,U) v ,ront roo®". nnfurnlshod ozoopt carnet
andstovo; alio, vacanolna for gontlertion. v *'*
Ifi WALNUT-fiT.-A FAMILY CAN BE ACCOM*
i7«n.» mo^ VTlt , li n*°o room*, first-class board, In now
house, at reasonable torroi; facing Union Faik.
19 resi E ,SR, K F N- S T --™ RNISli5b t . hooms TO
iX’mvcZnir r “’ oD * b, °
51 S^l^l ES JSIt^ aOOD R °AHP
54 bo?rdTi t nr| b iL K l L .^?- fiT - “ KOOMS WITH
fift ’'PI'BABAKT FRONT ROOMS
UU hot and cold w»ty, good board t altoday bSSj 18 *
SOUTH MOROAN-ST., BETWEEN MAninnv
and Monroo—Day and wA* boarf'? Ml°1 8 . 0W
7 SOUTIt LINCOLN -ST.—FIIUNT STJITK nv
jl Ujooond floor, with board. BUirß 0«
77 BANOAMON^aT.—TO UK NT WITTT
j % board, K bodroom for a Blngle goatlomin. WITn
Q/f' SOUTH PAULINA-ST.—A LARGE SQUARE
bo»d
R7 WT 11 aiiBIIN-BT., NEAR MADISON,—TWO
Oi front rooms, en suite or single, with board. >VU
QQ SOUTH SANG AMON-ST.—FURNISHED" ROOM
S?XatoSl^ oO> ° F n maiTied 00UI>l8 - wllh bSS?
RQ BANOAMON-ST.—A PLEASANT PUR.
tosmi"%SffiSf. wMII flro * ault4bl ® f "t*ogonUemon,
Q3 B yHJi II ? R W I . lB ° N - ST v l nkar madison
« ,bc j room, » w * tb tiwt-ol»*j board fop
Sio winter* omo * nd ,ocoro * comfortable homo for
105 SOUTH JEFFERSON-ST., SOUTHWEST COR.
•'^' l , roo, i'urnlsTiod rooms with or with*
out board. sorfl boarders can bo accommodated with
105 SOUTII BANGAMON-ST. FURNISHED
twVPeag.’n' B rJ| fot * ■‘“l “2 «
I‘KOIUA.S r _SINGLH FRONT ROOM,
oio tn “ boar( *' * ftß ' hath-room, heated by famacoj
m SOUTH JEEI-ijltSON-ST.-GOOD BOARD
and accommodations.
UQ WEST JAOKSON-ST.-AN UNFURNISHED
1 * r °nt room and bed-room, withorwltnoutboardt
a tow boardora can ba acoomuiouatod with single rooms.
SOUTH SAMOA MON.ST.-TWO LADIES OR
hoi.d^S 1 S °“ n obt * ta £ood
117 agar mg ° M 10 kekt
m SOUTH BANGAMON-ST.—PLBABANT FUR
ulßbod room to rent with board, snltablo for two*
ilSoT°o°n°ird°.V. dl, * U “ blll loo,tl °“l roleronce, n‘.
1 34- 'Y AnRK ‘ N AV ** CORNER WOOD-ST.—VERY
{ r v£ n s&^
°° lr “• W«*
135 S°hb^ E ° 5iA - s T- FtJRN ' s,lliD moms,
151 sangamon-st.-neatly forl
U.mo^TlS“.m?oPro b rt." 1, m “ rrlod “ d
1/vt NORTH PEORIA-ST.-NIOE FURNISHED
-C rooms, with good board, $1; day board, $3.
155 A WJJST WASHINGTON-KT. SPLENDID
i*- U V*i. r ‘W» wth boat di 56 to $9 par wook. Da»
oor^luwa'town^ 0 ™ b,ooun * m& do with those taking dim
1 R3
and wife nfur aßbod, grate, oto.; very desirable for goat
Ififi WALNUT.ST., HEAR LINCOLN-TWO QEft:
p*?^. 0 t °° J b “ M * ad * rcom -
177 A! J' D WEST WASHINQTON-ST.—PLEAS
i * I i A ? I Nt WO, L f llrn! *bod rooms, single or double*
board doslrablo; houses modem and control to business*
1.91 SpUTII JI°Rq A N.S T .- 1 ] i OAII D AND WELL
i i? burnished room f.jr two simdo gentlemen, or two
ladles employed durian the day. Terms Tory reasonable.
IQO ''EST madison-st.-nratly furnish.
“ ‘’oplDß-i-Domt, with uio of sitting-room,
with board; either ladyor gentleman; 810 per weak; third
IQ 4- PAHK-AV,. OORNKHROBEY-ST.-l LARGE
u. 1 ? m VI * ro room f° r front and wife, or 3in
s?;c.S. rßi I “r'-urfertT.to,
IQK WEST WASHIXGTONTsT. -TO
«« v ? ry <Jo*lrnblo front parlor, furnished oruufut.
otafaod; algo other rooms; brat-class board.
IQQ WEST WASIIINOTON-ST.-A LARQR,“rT?r
in? furnished front room, with or without I* n Hjil
nIU bo rented low to a permanent party, ,■ 'fleed,
901 WEST WASHINGTON-BT.~FUR T /futn?n
11 rooma . f 2 r *lnßloß«ntlomoa, withboard/it/.1.!,?.
sii!f. r,c “- A ‘°" d ” fc “ td “ r * “» br '^/ommS:
904 FU P9*h S T.^ A - FURNISHED "room TQ
with board, orasuiUjofroemafopiiSnnH.?
tnau and lady; no other boarders. ,In * f° r ft Rootle-
onq WEST WASHraaTON-ST—'p LEAB AN T
day boLfdora? 9 90d gQO(1 oatdl Can accommoi?. A .?,J
216 n ”
tlcman anJ »u» or two umllnmcn -S!*„£?. r go °'
009 WEST MONIIOE-ST.-LAIIQB AND filNarw
ALA rooms, suitable fop two w ftroeSoaUamoß
«con.modatiou. with board To?&ffi'ySSlSSS&
QOQ WEST MONROK-ST.-BOAUD AND ROOSI
ririu for Roatloroan and wlfa or slnglo oontlomon*
brick bouse, modern improvements. good location. m ° a ’
Obn WEST WASHINQTON-ST.— ONKFHONTAND
ono back-room, nicely-furnlshed, with
suitable for gentleman and wlfo or two gentlemen. boarU *
9QI SOUTH SANOAMON-ST.—A NICELY FUR
-1 . i)i ao » l ) ? , J or wil bedroom, with closet,
gut. and tiro, with breakfast and tot, in a striotlj nrivata
roaiQnablQ| I rofo^nc^s i raq^rod/ Qr tWQ B ° mlomen ?
WEST WASHINGTON-ST. —HOARD, WITH
400 .front or an aulto, | 0 nrh»to family.
SOUTH DESPLAINUS.ST, HOARDERS
gj{p Rnrftah folks. Oal 7 a faw boarder?
9fi9 WARUEN-AV.—TO RENT WITH BOARD,
a largo room ulooly furniahod; front and sido
071 WEST .TAOKSON-ST.-WANTED TWO OR
Jilk 00 5 1o ° ? ulot scntlomon boardor*. Good
homo, with modern Improvements. Prices low for tho
•OMmtnodatlons, Neighborhood tlp*top, and handy to
O7C WEST MONRO K*BT.—VERY PLEASANT
° toom » to ront Urat-clan board. 1
9QO }'' E ? T ,WASHINOTON-ST.—FURNISHED
000 WEST HARRISON'-fiT.—A LARQR FRONT
!” ~w «>om amt bedroom unfurnished, with board.
?4()Q moroan st.-man and wife or two
““ fl ° d * pl “"” 1 r °“ m " lth
307 WAnnEN-AV.. west side—a pleasant
Em Si^'toWAS;" 1 ln * prl '.“° “»
312 INGT( ?- V ' ST -'T, Ba . dk pahlok
rfflfb.!?g «> “°° J r °° m ‘ A
WEST WARHINOTON-ST. ~ PLEASANT
Hrt I rot l t V> om fjdcore), with board) fjpgontlomau
and wlfo or tlnglo gcntlomoa.
QOQ OKBT WASUINGTON-RT.-AN ALCOVE
(JOO room, unfurnished, with llr»t-olu»s board. Also:
ono equate room.
QJ. 9 'VI'.STWASHtnarON-KT.-LAIUiK NEWty
furulehod room to rent, with good board.
QQfj 'VKSTTvaRHING 1)f - kuz:
T-•b3to»at« Ttvo KontiJinoncan bo accommodated:
~ ~ A^DOLPiT-WT’
OOCIWIsf-IuADOMMI-ST.-TO RENT. WITH
jJt/ inboard, a very pleasant loutli front room for a (am*
ll>' or coutlcmci); also cmo Hindu room.
Q/fQ !'■ u I /PON. ST m j NISIIE D FRONT PAH-
OxO lor to rant, with board; also, U welMuraisbod
rooms and bon/d. .
QJ.<L wm monr()T:'.rt““neau abkrdken-
Ot. X A plpisant roum. tumlshod, with board, ton
primo (imilly, whoro tbs comfort.of a homo c*u bo
Buourod at a moderate rate.
Q/t ft wk/t washington st.-skveual uk'
OXU ilronlo rooms, with lirtbcitti board.
OK7 WEST JACKSON-ST.-LARGE AND SM ALL
OOt furnlshod or uijfuini.-hud room*, tiuclo and on
Bulto, and a<>ud board, utmodorato prices: modern cod*
Toulonoes. v ' VM
Qft(V*WARRp.AV,-TORMENT. ONE LAKQIS,'
OuU front, alcova room, with olosot. nufurnUhids
al»o one (urnlßhod mom, with or without board, pUaa
antlyjooatud,
/iftn . WI!9T WAsiiiNbfoy.w. -a. labor
X*UW front room (un stairs), Ui.ftnUhod. and back
parlor furnished or 11 n furuishod, with board.
wAanmoTON.
,; I : 'AV, ~ )VKIiL-PUHNISHF.I>
.U l. pliant room, with good board to gmitlomiio
•»i»l wlfo who doalro tho comfort# of a homo. LooaUus'
unuxcoiitioitablo. Jwo ainuros north of Union Parity
4- (\ 4- OKKTRH-AV.-TO WrumT.
UU J : Uhnd room* with two clout*, wUh boatd if
wuntodshriek bo ding. Also, room* wlm brtard A.il
drewAJW, Ttlhuno olljco. _ ' N ‘ UDara ' Aa
4.fri WBST MADIHUN'ST. —,IIIFFSUSON PARK
Ay l Hniwo-Nloo i>jwi*aiu, room# far coutleAuau and
lady. with board ;tyUu for ulmlo nootlumau. U ' ,WAWM m,m
WKaTMADISON.ST., ftilAUP'a"' HLOOK—
-0 VU. tar«o furnUhed front ;oodu with board. *
K(\f\
Park—A aulto ol front ropmi fnroat, fiimuhod
or imfurnUliod, aUa.n furnished room for oonflaraim and
uffu, or tvro allula BontloAioa,' with rirßt.oisTbuarri
E?SB« * U W “ a ° ra Uul ’ fuT,, “ euU 1 »ttrnmi(UDgVTw
BOAKDING ADtn^gnqffn]
Wont Side—Ooutinnoil.
598 2SgSr^A^.'^T.-ir l iSS.?,su TO»"*n
tlon doilrablcr, tionrvlronc can. board. Doe*
604
®U LfiOAOT toont
board, $4. Itnarrtliiw aiij jodnlng. tffl ltUotlt board. Day
olnur riHJtn. 1 now btlok; moilotn ImprovomV'si “ d
Ji*, '„ : nf room, for oontlomßn mid wl^-.i.0
•loklo room for float lotnnn, cllhor fn^-Tiiw-i oao * ar ßO
. WICST-ADAMS-ST.-FUIIffIsHED nnnMH
Sono Stto°fc,.ri?ra°* ri '- privlll ° '*mV^“ho™i2™
79Q WEST LAKK-BT, LA It ojj. FtfilNlHirinT
S&pfflsassssa
R43 WK!iT WAmitNOTOMTsT.-TWO niriMTr g"
OxO mon can bo accommodi .tod with T i
lag. Torma reasonable. wu wlt “ board and lodg.
882 ouS’i " W S " A WEEK SB.
" lntor - A America.
ON WEST MOWnOR.BT.TA FtmNißmm Troovm
room to rent, with bean J in I 1 / D .. FRO . N ?
droiaQ 80, Tribune offloo. ’ IU a p " vato atn llr. Ad«
gfiassiisi
ooUgonroom. Adilnm W «i°T,!Bi l ,‘!.°?«™° l,^l ‘ lM '"
W“«, .S !NTLB H MAI ?
prlvato family, llotiw SmsT™^„* f°° d Übl ® ia •
Adtlrow, for odo woclc. W 38, Ttibqgo ™c” PrOTOmenta *
North Side.
44; OASa-HT.-UOAUDKIiS WANTED]
is^iP^ss
■".lpSiwlSiiig
112 ™° I ) T u‘,ooT?»“& H L~I^ ROE , ,™RNISMED
dan tablo. P«ior, for two gentlemen. Pint-
04.Q BETWEEN —STVTR ivn
-294 i,f«j!° 7s ' ST ; _Pl,g:i “ A - NT moms w ; .fir
. U » HK-5r...-
l» undor ratlro now eol * tl ° f jon. TSUhotsl
ND HALSTED.
In attendance In the dlning-mims. ap; co,orocl waiter*
SOUTH HALSTED.
SL Rnducoa rates to railroad rm* to $7; day board,
JaaJa L ODM
& »aiitMi?“SlfhKi,j‘ K s 1,8 riFMI-AV., ELE.
teat, per day. Day boartl / reasonable rates. Trans
■— - 4rt *» .>6 per week.
B°«™d Ed, ? ®itu.-fIV IK vSc WILL PAT FOBfc
Bjasyshr" l "** r ;Sbii;i^s? u rdJ";. D {fsi:
Js°£S 7 J WANTED.
•B n"od l&dywantsV RHSPKCTABMS, MIDDLE
can iTmt the oomfcy 'Winl In a private family, wbnro Bbo
PRAY. ii* t Office ° MP? AddroM MR3 * H*
IB furnished rov 1 9Fi!n I<I “'!AN AND WIFE, TWO
Plano doelrod, P ina uosrdin a private family; uso of
forms, £' id, TtP •oforonccs oiohangod. Address, station
- - * jitns nmco. ■
lB?Uo R DURING
forts o( ahv nn^J'J 00 !?* ft?if bofl rd Sundays, with com-
Roforeaeo* / ~^' 00 ?s’i tb ojrj.b of TwonHoth-at.
VVTVTV.-fT- - >ron - Address M&, Tribune office.
Jj tloiws „'««X9Hi NO, UNIiIARRIKD' LRG\L GEN
bod room) ' lim ft,rn *«»hcd rooms (library nod
rate fan/ with alcove, and board, In a small prl
wanted' North or South Side. No response*
occpmr j^^inn?inV. v ,l lo brother boarders, norwhoro
andyi t2oV«™fi^«sHl5 ou, i dinB * , J r ? no J ; .. Tn<)Bt lawitln*
craUy AfhKX. °f? or * Fo r s,,cb ,B willlni: to ray lib
■anVotfJce “ * aUI,u * “««bor of family, MB9, prlb.
NICE ROOM, GOOD BOARD, WITH
’fcclnlty^of P lw^.nS n a (1 ’t by lad ya«J daughter, In the
weekly wm E? ,! 1 } Sonilnarr. 81,000 a year payable
their ni£ml D «° p H d for . rtlo rlßnt plnoo. Parlies owning
tneir prora taps preferred. Actilrois K 83, Tribune office.
B°w»f?TuS^i FOR GENTLEMAN AND
bo coon VW in * ,e Accommodations must
office?” 4nd enable. Address Q 20, Tribune
TIOARU—BY A YOUNG OOUPLK IN A PLEASANT
“Would i ,ut a good homo wanted.
Side lh S, A® handy to stoam-train, or West
Trl“uno Juice. ‘ required. Address A
B°ffi,7SJl ,!l, ! N a5 DPI . t . I X ATIS FAMILY, with:
wlshlufl'tnf/!i,^h k ? 0 *« W i oaC M »dlson-Bt., by a younglady
ZleetoPd*a I “p’SSni? ln ,P ar T \lament. RotortoProf.
MVidbffA. 11 ’ I>. Sloan, andntbora. Ad.
UNFURNISHED FRONT ROOM, OR
ilv DrofnrrnH \T( for »®lf, wlfo, and child : private fnm
offlce. d * Addrets ’ iUtin « terms, Ji) XI, Tribun*
ftOARD-IN VICINITY OF DODGLAS-PLACE. FOR
Vnmns‘r.r W l fo ’ two daughters, immediately;
annmrnlirKl* C tofcr /* <I L , 'T 0 « ooJ «>oms 00 SltltO 5 Wan#
liondiy”. b “ ro ““ n “ b1 "-
B°i. r ;?r wANTf LR ~ A FIRST-CLASS boarding
SmA Addr “ s wll “
B9^I?-; 0N Y IJ ST. SIDE, PLEASANT LOOALl
fhrnf.l.«?t f , u f, r } lB t lod o,r unfurnished, andoaoamall
MnM »nT S /J vltll . bo i ird * * or . Bomloman. wife, and
Kftfl * 1 Bl ° 80mIum! «»* Address k 37,
TDOARO-ANDFUUNISHKD ROOM, TfOn oisntlr'
Adr^^^fi/ irlr4to family ' Soutb m °-
■ROARD-BY A YOUNG MAN OF EXCELLENT
d A!i?ui l . a , ft ? a ,i ßoC i ul qualities. Room must bs
88, Tr&ime oihM. Uuff torras ana accommodation*. V.
‘DUARD —FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE IN
S^”wWteMa h e s do * 111 ® 7 pcr ' Took “° h -
TDOARD— FOR TUB WINTER. Vli MAN AN' .
N ® rtks .Wo» Bonth of Oldcago-av. Want *i
pleasant bump. Address. 0.73. Tribono oUico. *
TJOAUD—FOR MAN AND WIND. CONVNN
W. <S? Tribun.S&. Il "" rc “ c ' 3 cxclunwd. ' A.j"™*
ROOM-WITH BREAKPA
L tea. by alnglo tfoutloman, In nurlvuto far .ir_ l
bldo, AdJrogi. aiming price. W. 37, Tribun- j oilfco° OUtl *
BOARD-AKD IfIRKT-CLASS ACCO.V
lor wont mul vrlio, for tbo wlnturj do
on Woit bldo. References oicUtngcd. a«i 0
Tribuna oUioo. fc * , Addrcaa ft j£
: A HD—IN APHIVaWw
JAKO—IN A PRIVATE FABIILT 7w
fordrouumkin*. Addro«\VO. Aiif* liXCiIAAQH
——' * noooo otticc.
Trlbuoa oHico. • ■t*Un« tonne, Q <2,
B°J 5Sr,S£. A XSS£g . L t, A '£' v , HO kx^ctsto
W 6J. TribonooMea. * ,liutf prlco haA Pa .tloulaw.
B iif sfa sm aiXfam:
required, Prico inust.bo snw' rn r L'J OI, “• Stylonot
.t.lluii|i t lco,K-a. uibnM “1110 ” renc “' Ai '
llko fltdblo room for Lome . oa ,Vo * t Sifl ° • w ould
•17^1’rlbunVomoo! ' AdtJruas * staling terms. W
BUUAIU) FOR
ot 'rtiontv wcSi l <l-j"J* ol.t’ „T w\ Ml*'!
?f •.1 •* »» Vu am*t. * Uo^o^Bnco,
* ww'
■l>}s%szu? tt ° nm -“- v ««s“»“
,KM * N and wiimi
to butduoss, and toriiiMuiy <.oV?io * l 0,, ii 114U i lc *
?*_i r ''^ l 'Ao l oifioo^ 0 * a,t 01 buk] -> t - Ad*
7i o^“fn^ IN&^;®,^s^NT“PUnNißnE 1 N &^;®,^s^NT“PUnNißnES _ Soo^
M£ii (s mot. Tr‘.bA n t „^ffiSo n,>t *° “•
Bnuib’Vval?j';t. All ‘ l ‘' tlJ ' '’Hdlcnus, OOj'lMfsslON.'iSj
—information wanted.
in'm® 1 AwarfTKdtew &is
1 WAHTBD-OP'oTbrsfAVo - PAR.
pehso:
nn.
MATHIMOI
M A iK?5,tt L Ti, A vounq mkn ooinq TO
ol rood ncdu.iatiiuoo of a j oiui* uomao
him a i?m . *A Ud .ft I'dacliiUtj. wbu oau accuiujuuy
aoVilo In tho abovo Htntoi rofonmoo*
aUunoud AddroMtfW, IVlbuuo oSiw.

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