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CITY REAL ESTATE.
FOIt SALE-TO MItN OB' SMALL MKANH-OIIKAP
lot* In each of tho tliroo Divisions of Ilia oily, In tlio
BnmoaiAto vicinity of churches nml schools.
Lola fronting Roboyit., Just north of Division, atfrom
1000 to Q 1,000 osoh.
Loin on Montana and Dunnlng-sl*., and on Raolno and
Fullcrton-avs., at from SOOO to $1,600 each.
lAOlann Clybourn-plaoo, noar wood and Roboy-ats., at
trom S6UO to SBOO each. ' ’
Lota on Divlslon-st., near Roboy, at from $1,200 to
ILMuoaon.
Lot* on Fint-it., Inst west of Wostorn-av.. S6OO each.
pi on Uko..t., 630 foot deep, cnst of Central Park,
I > rk ‘ av * ftnJ Lsko-st., $lO to SCO per foots o&st
)l Laluornla-av,
Lot* °u Washlngton-st., east of Kodzlo-av., $1,875
Sto*i.w! k ..SS? w * r ””-"- no,c
rwtosßS raW,ord ' aVM op P° B^ Northwesterncar-shops,
° n noar Northwestern oar-shops, SI,OOO
“ nd K1 ' W”Blh
-1®,.^V ol,o '. Twunty-acoond and Ambroso.sts., In
i?So t?$I°loo Moh° nty 0t MoCorm tok , s reaper factory ;
p.X»°.i I v |&sX™'.^h. t ' To ”“ A,hl “ nil '"- and
MuMmcst of Ashland-av., and on
*t r soto. Thirty-third, Thirty fourth and
atfrom S7OO. to sl,Uoonnch.
r j*£j* |P f ?., aß t>lcl, Emerald, Lowe, Thirty-fourth and
rhlTty-Ufth-sts.; S7OO to $760 each.
on Halstod-st., onpostto Stook-Yarde, and on
Fom*Bovonth, lorty-olghthana Forly-ninth-sts., east of
Halslod; $460t0 SI,OOO each.
*i nX ? n l r . W nsS ty * fl y h * Kossuth and Twonty-sixlh-sts.:
SI,OOO to $1,200 each.
“d* dQ Jones ami Lancaitor-sfs,, woit of Ullman and
south of Thlrty-flrst-st.; S6OO to S7OO each.
. l£d* on rhroop-at., between Evans and Harblno, SI,BOO
to $1,400: on Twolff li-st., west of Robey, $1,300; on Lin*
coln-st., between Harrison and Polk, $1,3e0: and on
Jolmson-st., between Sixteenth and Wright, $l,lOO.
Apply to W. D. KERFOOT A CO.,
FOR SALE-GOOD LOTS ON THE FOLLOWING
strooU: Stalo, Burnrido, Iluttnrilold, Arnold, Garl
bnlat, Hanover, Butler, Wallace, Summer, Winter, Mur
ray, and llalstod: Abo, on Wentworth. SunrtloiT, Port
land. and Stowart-avs. s also, on Aloxandor. Twenty
fourth. Twenty-sixth, Twenty-Bovonth, Twenty-eighth,
Napoleon, Twenty-ninth, Earl, Thirtieth, Haven, Tnlrty
lint. Thirty-second, Thirty-third, Thirly-tifth, Thirty
sixth, Thlrty-sovcntb, Fontaine, and Thiriy-olglith-sts.
ntlo perfect. Warranty deeds. A very small payment
down, 6 years'time, 6 per cent Interest. No ngonoy busl
non. Apply to owner. ALBERT CRANE. 116 Monroo-st.
■DIOR SALE—S4OO—ON EASY TERMS-WE HAVE
A 1 a few of thoso bcautjfully-loeatod lots loft, situated
Inside of tho old city limits, noar street oars and omnibus
lino, which must bo sold this month; tltlo perfect; ab
stract furnished each purchaser. Gall and lot us take
you to sco them. A. O. STOREY A SON, 146 South
OUrk-et., Room 8.
FOR SALE-SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN CITY
nod non) propotty. Apply to Q. S. HUBBARD, Jr..
168 Waihlagton-at.
FOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE—IMPROVED LEABR
hoId property, centrally located, all rented. Terms,
$6,000 cash, $7,6U0 in tiro years, balanco in real estate..
Tbo boat bargain In tho city. Building now and drat*
oust. Address A 17, Tribune office.
FOR SAIJE-85.6ob“WILL PURCHASE THE NEW
brick houso No. 601 Tylor-st.; S3,UK) loss than cost.
Inqulro at 313 Asliland-av,
UOR SALE-COTTAGE IN THOROUGH REPAIR,
JP oast front, lot 23 or 60x125. No. 218 Portlancl-av.
Whole wortli, 84,600, or, witJi ims lot, $3,000. Will be
sold, 1C taken on or before Monday, at a discount of 25
por cent. 81,200 in about 3 years, balauca cash. for 60
0 years. balance cash, for 25 foot,
ROIiMtS A GO., 71 Dcaruorn*tit.
TPOR SALE-AT A SACRIFICE-25X105 FEET ON
X* Thirty-Uxth-Bt. No Incumhranoo and perfect title.
Half cash, balance onoyoar at 6 percent Interest. Ad*
dreso OWNER, Tribune office.
For salk-$27000. S6OO cash, will buy a
now cottage of 6 rooms, double parlors, 8 sleeping*
nioms, kitchen, pantry, closet, and a largo basomontuu*
finished, on Langloy-av., near Forty-mth-nt.: balanco
onvprj’oasyterras. A bargain at panic prices. J, S.
GOULD A CO.. 119 Doarborn-st.
TjtOß SALE—3-STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK
X residence, stono front, 13 looms, closets, and bath
rDom, entirely new, on North Side, with all modem ini
prvvemonts; $6,000 6-yoar Inoumbranco. Price, $9,300.
leal Incumbrance. Address M 67, Tribune ollico.
TP OR’ SALE—CHOICE LOTS ON LOOMIS, LAFLIN,
X West Jackson, Van Buren, Tylor, and ilarrison-sts.,
halt of Ashland*av., at bottom prices. A. A. DEWEY.
luC Labnlle-st.
FOR BALE—THAT BEAUTIFUL 2-STORY COT
tag®, 20l South Woort-st. A rare ohauoe to socuro
such a place; ono of tho pleasantest places ou tho West
bide. Apply In basement.
FDR SALE-AT A BAROAIN-6.R00M COTTAGE
and 10t451 Fourth-st., $1,600, half oasn, balanco S2OO
a year, or will soil tho houso and paid up loaao for fivo
yearn for SSOO.
TT'OR SALE-OR RENT-NEW TWO-STORY AND
X buomont brick dwelling, to rooms, all modern Im
provomonts. Inquire at 329 Fulton-st., of owner, A. E.
AUSTIN.
'[T'OR SALE—SO FRET NORTHWEST CORNER WA*
X 1 bnsh-ar. and Thlrty-thlrd-sl. 60 foot on South Park*
av., noar Thlrty-llrat-st. Tho abovo property will bo sold
cheap for part cash; want an oflor for oltlior. ALFRED
JAMES, southwest corner Madison and Clark-sts.
TDOR SALE-AT A GREAT SACUIFICE-A GOOD
X, houso and lot, finely located, noar street-ears. O. B.
WILSON, 188 Madlson-st., Room 4.
FOR SALE-RESIDENCESONWESTSIDE, FRAME
, and brick, ranging in prico from $6,000 to $16,000.
HENRY WALLER, JR., Room 4, 86 EastWashing
ton-ot.
TTIOR SALK—CHEAP—AND ON EASY TERMS, MY
JD rcaldonco, 256 Park-av. J. R. WHEELER. 126
CJark-st.
F~ OR SALE-WE ARE OFFERING GREAT BAR*
gains to parties wishing to engago in business in tbo
city, as wo have a largo list of real estate and business in
terests that must bo sold immodlatolv. Don't fall to look
atoarofiers. 70 EastMadison-st., RoomC. CHEESE
MAN & CO.
For sale-by goodiucgis a stokes, no west
Washington-at.;
2SW lots in iulobart's S. D. of o Jtf of bo H 8.1, T. S3, R.
13. M real oaluto, M on time.
Throe brick houses, swell fronts, with SO years* lease of
ground. onFultou-st.
Cottage and lot I&5 NorthOakloy-st.
442, 444, nnrl 446 Hubbard-st.
Rr n&oaad lot 133 North Carpontor-at., $3,000,
F
'OH SAIiE—AT YOUR OWN PRIOR—HAST FRONT
- lot on Wabaah-av., near Fiity third-at.; aacrifico. G.
W. MOULTON. 144 Doarborn-st., o(fieo£».
For sale-brick house and brick barn,
all modern Improvements; small payment down:
31.RWl lobb than Its vnlao. MCDONALD A CO., Room
id MoOormlok's Block, corner Doaibom-st.
TPOR SALE—A BARGAIN FOR SOME ONE, IN A
L* cottage and lot lo a choice neighborhood 5 will soil at
i urost flaqrlrioo, and take a lot an flratpaymout, EDWIN
A. RICK A E. EUGENE OADWELL, C 9 Dearborn.at.,
Rooms 19 and 20.
DOR SALE-WE HAVE SOME FINK LOTS NEAR
•' bouthwestarn-av., that wo can soil at bargains. No
money down to parties who will build. EDWIN A.
lIIOU A 12. EUGENE OADWELL. 69 Dearborn-sti
Rooms 19 anil 20.;
DOR SALE-20 LOTS 26 PP. WIDE, NEAR ROOK
c*r-*hpp«. Low Price and easy terms. J. W.
HEDBNBERG, 99 East Madlson-st., Room 4,
T?OR SALE-OR RENT-A HOUSE AND LOT ON
U Qulnn-st, on very easy terms. O. J. STOUOU, 72
md 74 Dcarborn-Bt.
DOR SALE—NO. 1326 PRAIRTE-AV., $7,600.
1? No. 637 Michlgnu-av., $18,1)0(1.
Holmes a cq., 71 Poarbom-Bt.
DOR SALE—AN ENTIRELY NEW RESIDENCE.
L finished with cas-plpoa, and but and cold water
nroughoot j very desirable, with largo grounds, at lUns
•ale, at a decided bargain. HOLMES A CO., 71 Dear
- irn-st.
l?On SALE- TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT OO*
. tngon brick bousv, No. 161 Tliirty-Hcvontb-st., or
has all modorn Improvement*, and Is
•<nreit at two.thinlfl IU value, for oaowook. 0. 0.
lIAYEII A CO., Ibtf East Aladlson-et.
.10*
.■JR SALE—CHEAP—IF CALLED FOR SOON.
store with 8 rooms, 6 closets, nod 3 years 1 toaae of
oand; good location for saloon and boordltj'Miouo. 86
comor of Carroll. Call at 100 Uoyno-st.
VOR' “SALE—AT A hARQTiN-BY GOLDEN’' A
tRGBUWATERS, 83 South Clark-tu, Room 16 :
ID acros In'Soc. 11, 85, 13. -10 acres in Bee. 18, SI3, 13.
10 acres in 800. S3, 39, 13. 10 cores in Bsc. 17, 3', It.
172# acres in Bee. 19, 39, 18. 163 acros In 800. ft, 30, 18.
.'ORSALE—I NEW BRICK HOUSES ONTHROOK
■ ' at.* or would exchange for good lots: 2 lino stone
ima, corner Wabash-av. and Twonty*llfth-et., a bar*
. In; browostoao fronton Calumot>av.; houses ouWa*
-*di .Michigan, Pralrio, Indiana, Calumet, aud South
.>rh<avd.. sumo at u sacrifice; 2-atory aud basement
.ick house on Tylor-st., corner, sl,wxi oaah, Imlanco 1,
s, L and 5 years; 3-story frame house, Park-av., near
■Dey-st.; 2 cottages on Park-ar; cottages nnd houses in
its of the West bldo; prices ranging from ST.’.flOO uii.
•<l im tonns toault iiurobasonj. F. EVANS A CO., 160
Sallo»at., basoment, Bryan Block.
OR BALE-BV J. 11. KEELER, 145 OLARK-ST.-
Waoash-av., near Pock-court, d rat-class marble
-at: good lot taken as first payment,
ndinns-sv., near Bixtoomnet., 3-slory brick house,
1 lot, $7,500, cheap; lot taken in pert payment.
•>Jpr-9t.. near Iloyno, two-story bouses, and lots, each
125, $2,500 to $11,51X1.
'-•uria-at., between Tyler and Harrison, 60x126.
uroop-st., corner Tylor, 73x125.
an Uuron-st., corner Sacramento, 60x126, SI,BOO,
•*»u llurcu-st., wontofSacramento, 23i1(i0, SBSO.
■ ».;trren*av., near Stauion-ut., 34x12(5, aI.GCO.
t dams or Jackson-ms., neap Wood, desirable lots,
idiana-av., near Tblrty-lifth-st., lots at SIOO pur foot.
Mofllold-at.. north of Thirtieth, 33x110. $1,260.
OR SALE-VERY OHKAP-THREE**BTATETstT
lotß.botwcou Thirty-eighth and Thlrly-uluth-sls.,oabt
ut, separate or together; must bo sold within 6 days:
.• wanted; tho boot offer will take them; now Isjrour
■/ to nmko money: tho party must sell. Apply to J. A.
■ kN, Attorney, 185 East Wnshlngtou-st.
■JR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT NO. 818 WALNUT*
«t. l i iwt-ola»B2-slory frumo house, 10 rooms, closets,
-pipes, marblo mantels; nearly now bouse, in hrH
' condition; lot 86x130 foot to nlloy. Will be sold
‘P- A raro chanoo to oocuro a homo or as an Invest-
I- Applyjm_tbo promises.
• >R HALE—IIOUSE 649 WEST MONROT-ST..NINE
rooms, m good repair, and largo barn; cost to build
aaino if Awe, find they wilt bo given to anyone who will
tuoi two bits the buildings stand on at the lowest price
>oy In said block on easy conns. Apply on promises.
»R HALE-DESIRABLE HESIDENCIE AND BUSI
■'I 111 Bupovlor-st., near
iii«l to fibW; only 4100 cash, balanoo Syearsor month
.yrnonts. BOYD A WIHNEIt. 85 Dearburu-st.
>R SALE-A NEW 2-STORY AND BASEMENT
uriok house, with 10t24x120 to Rood alley; price only
o, on easy tonus; now is your tlmo fur a bargain.
ibBELL 8R0.5., 131 Mudlson-st.. utfrk!
■li SALE-COO CHOICE RURI DENOE LOTS ON
Munroo. Wllunx, Adams, Van Huron, Congrats, and
.Uon-sis. Thoso lots have tho hydrant water, sldo
.i, and uru convoniont to schools, churches, and
>-cara, and will bo sold on very easy terms to those
wish to build; some vory lino hart-sins for cash. Ap
,t 131 Madisoa-st., corner of Clark. CAMPBELL
RSALE-WLOTSONOODEN-AV. BOULEVARD!
votwoon Woslorn-av. and Twolfth-sl. These lots
on tho Boulevard, which Is 150 foot wide, aud are 25
achtoatromlolloy! therontouo hotter lots in tho
•c for Investment. Wo bavo alto Quo residence low
ik-byandThlrtoonth-sts. for sale vory cheap and ou
inns. Apply at 131 Madlson-at., corner of Clark.
, DU ELL BROS.
t &ALE-MAbIBON.BT.-26X180 FEET, WITH
iprovumonts, near LaSalle. CANFIELD A MAT
■ N, 80
: HATE-IMPROVED AND VACANT RU3l
icoSDdbu»lm, ’'»|irnpcr*r In nil imrlt of tho city
.blubs. CANFIELD A MATTEBON, ty USallo-at.
HALK-OUEAP-LOTH WITHIN 2M MILES
•uthwost from Court-Houso. and outafdo of hro
on Uastlngs, Fourtoeutb, Henry, Fifteenth, Ro
und Slxtoonth'Sts., between Awhlaud-sv, aud
,t. Price, S7OO to 1900. JAMES STINSON,
1, 74 LaSallo-sI.
LOTS ON MADISON,
m Daroh, and Twomh ats., snd Wtitem-aT. |
u kAd ‘“ t “ ,L *
CITY REAL ESTATE.
I POII SALE—BY T. B. BOYD, 180 WEST WASH
j -nii*** ton-si, t St.tM, SI,OOO down, Imlnnco 4 years,
irrs 1 . 2 -"'”? Lit MilffiS, unitli Ironl.on Vim
Iturau-Bt.. caaiof lloyno, Pmnosrion now. id,COO, 13-
,u „ ol .T ,ut . ordftr, water, .to.; lot 24x160;
«5 in.i Q ' »o«r Lqavltf-st. A bargain.
c . n,l fK?• '’wn. and lot 25x126, south tront,
nl fl, i K n i n,|| il'.between Lincoln and Rufmy.
cOauKlvoaplcndld bargain. In houses all through tho
•i c™ n ,°XFY suburban loth.
5i ** ,li 1 ifj 0 Harrlsou-st., between Loomis
and I.BlUn. st,(ilo, 25x125 foot, lot on ICrlo-st., between
Wood and Lincoln. $2,600. 25x123, on Van Hureunml
Ilnijoro-ata., Bouth front, S6OO down, balance 4years.
SIOO each; 20(1 lota, 26x125, fronting on Woilorn-av.,
f t *'°J ,, '’? OTonl * ,,Bt * • wHI lake half In real estate.
T.l&pcaoh; 4o lets In 2 blocks of dopot at Washington
Heights. Partlos wishing to soil city real estate plosso
loovo description In my offleo.
i?OR SALE - EXTRAORDINARY LEASE ON
JLVStoto-st. of 28x44 toot, lust north of ttio comer of Ran*
dolpli-st.. oast front. Tuts remarkable lease runs 99
years, without reappraisals, on the following toms: Only
$1,2u0 per year for throe and ono-half yo.irs, and sl, 800 per
year thereafter until expiration of full (arm. Privil
ege nf purohaiio at a fixed price embodied In losbo.
3pis lease, tho only one of tho kind to bo had, will bo sold
at a moderate bonus If taken at once. For absolute cer
tainty, no property could bo more dosirnblo than such a
louse; $6,0(0 orsß,ooo would bo sutlioiont to Improve tho
lot (which hno parly walls on throo sides) nnd render It
permanently productive. Tho location will always bo
moßt desirable. Tho lot Is tho onlyono with an oast front
onStnto*Bt., north of Madison. Thoso who dnslrn to so
euro tho boit thlngof tho kind In tho city, and something
that will always pay handsomely, should make nnrly ap
plication to tho undersigned. J. ESAIAS WARREN, 16
Uhambor of Commerce.
FOR SALE—3 GREAT BARGAINS, FOR ONLY 8
days. 60 feet on tho southeast comer of Thlrty-aoo
oml-st. and Calumct-av., and 60 foot on tho northeast
comer of Thlrty-thlr»l-at. nnd Oaluraot*av, Price $95 per
foot, $3,600 cash and $6,000 in ono year.
65 feet by 100 on tho northwest comer of Douglas Pisco
and South Park-nv.. looking down tho groat South Park
or uomovard, ono of tho host prospective comers In tho
city. Price low, as tho owner needs money.
76 feet on tho northeast corner of Thirty-flflhiit. and
Cftlumot-oy. Very low if taken soon. Inquire of JACOB
WEIL A 00., northwest corner of Dearborn and Madl
■nn-siß.
TPOR SALR-OR EXCHANGE—4O FEET ON OAK-
A wood Boulevard: vorycholoo property; beautiful
grove lot. HENRY J. GOODRICH, lii Doarbom-st.
FOR SALE—2-STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK
house, with modern improvements and good barn, on
Alonroe-st.; wilt bo sold for SI,OOO less than Its value; not
much cash required; must bo sold within the next 60
days. Apply at 708 West Monroo-st.
For sale-a 2-story frame mouse, store
front. 20x48 feet, cheap for cash; $400; can bo moved,
orhavo lease ot ground from year to year. Inquire of
owners on promises, 255 West Randolph-st., np-Btnlrs.
For sale-a bargain-modern brick
house on South Side; only $2,600 cash, balance to
suit. CHARLES PI<A.TT, Room 10, 167 Madlson it.
For sale-cheap, no cash down, lots on
Burnside and Butiorfiold-nts., noar rorty.olghth;
convenient to cltv; terms to suit parties wishing to Im
prove. BALDWIN, WALKER A CO., 7 Uawloy
Blook, corner Dearborn and MsdLson*aU.
HIOR SALE-ONK OF THOSE FINE 2-STORY
X' and bAsemont ootagan front brick houeo?, with
good brick born, on Forost-av., near Tblrty-tlrst-at; tin*
cst locality in Chicago: will soil at a bargain and on lung
tlmn. (Jail and boo us before buying. ICKSLEH BROS.,
124 Clark-st., Room 5.
T7OR SALK—AT A GREAT BARGAIN. 13 LOTS ON
X* Sampson-st,, northonst comer 0/Ixiomls; tltlo per
fect. Apply to JOHN GUNZKNUAUSER, 161 East
Randolph. &t.
FOR SALK-fi-AORB BLOOK AT CLYDE. NEAR
two depots, on tbo Chicago, Burlington A Quincy
Railroad. Choice Investment. BTOURO A WARE, 04
WasblngtoD-st.
FORI A L K—GREAT ' BARGAIN—LOOM IS-BT.,
near Madison, east front, No. 16, houso and 40k! feet
front. S. K. WELI.H, 183 Doarborn-st.
IPOR SALE-CHEAP CITY LOTS-HOMRS FOB
' men of moderate moans, upon State, Arnold. Butter*
bold, Kmidau. Hanoror, Hals tod, Emerald. Dnshlcll,
Twenty-seventh, Thirty-third, Thirty-fourth, Thirty
sovonth, Thirty-ninth, and Forty.fuurth-ats. Also, upon
Arohor, Wentworth, Bhurtlotl, and Blanoburd-avs.
Small paymonts down, balance in 6 years, Interest at 6
por cent; title perfect: full warranty deeds. Apply to
tho owner. HENRY W. OHIPMAN, 163 Mnnroo-st.
FOB SALE-ONE NEW 3-STORY AND BASEMENT
brick and Ashley atone front roildonco, 13 rooms, be
sides closets, beautifully finished: all modem Improve
ments; coal vault under sidewalk; splendid location:
$4.25(1 will secure it if sold by Tuesday. CALKINS A
REM3IN. 169 LaSallo-st.
FOR SALK—CHOICE BUSINESS LOTS ON SOUTH*
westorn-av.; cheap and on easy terms. Apply to
CAMPBELL BROS., 131 Madlsonst., comer Clark.
For salr-at a bargain-a desirable b*
ronin coitaco, Oathariuo-ot., near Contro-av. BASH
A SIIAPLEY, Room 6 Otis Block, comer LaSalle and
Madison*sta.
TBOR SALE-EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS-
X' Ileuses and lots for $5,600, SO,IOO, SB,OOO, SIO,OOO,
SII,OOO. $12,000. $16,000, $25,000. at 124 Doarborn-st.,
Room 22. P. SADAIiY,
For sale-cheap city lots for homes.
Ohicago-ar. lots, near Hoyno-ut., SI,OOO.
Snnorlor-Bt. lota, noarHoyno, $760.
Ashloy-st. lota, noarHoyno, $750.
Wo3tarn*av. lots, near Indiana-st., SBSO.
E<ghtconth*st. lots, near Oakley, $650.
Harblno and Clnytcm-st. lots, noar Loavltt, 8760.
Thlrty-first-at, lots, near McCormick Factory, S6OO.
North Side jots, SBOO to $2,000.
Choice. 1 suburban residence lots, S2OO.
EDMUND G. STILUS, 09Mndlsoa-et,, cot. Dearborn.
17>Olt SALE-OR EXCHANGE-200 FEET GOOD
suburban property, for houso and lot in city. Ad
drossQ9o, Trlnuno ollico.
IftOfT S~VLIiV-On LEASE—LOW—TWO FIRST-CLASS
' now bmiSL-s, on Fnlton*st., corner of Wood. Rooms
to rout. Call at 133 Park-av.
OR SALE-NEW HOUSE AND LOT NO. 25
Union-av.: 9rooms: brick basement; marble mantels;
10t265200. Will soil cheap, or oxchango lor vacant lot.
Apply at bnlldtng,
For sale— sl, goo, half cash, will nuY a
hrlok house, 10 rooms, all modern Improvements,
and lot ia cood nelßhhorhood, oa South Side, if taken
this wook. House alouocost mom than tho price askod.
Address POO, Tribune olEco.
For sale-one or two lots on Indiana
av., north of Thlrtv-firsl-st., on long time, without
any payment down. This Is a (rood opportunity for a
builder, as lint-class Improvements find a roadvaalo in
Ibis vicinity. SPENCER H. PECK, 103 and 197 Wabash
av., corner of Adnms-at.
TC'OR SALE—OHRAP—NICR TWO-STORY HOUSE
X* and lot, situated ntWi Huhbnrd-st., near Elizabeth.
Apply to.T. W. HAYS, 67S outli Clark-st., southeast cor*
nor Randolph.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
For sale-at south evanston-the best
and largest of Chicago's suburbs, several most excel*
lent frnmo Houses, with Bto 111 rooms each, bolides bath
room, closets, and good brick cellars, high ceilings,
houses built in the best manner and after model plans,
arranged for gas and water, connections made with sowers
leading to tho lake; the lots uro largo andtbo strootenro
wldo; ovary honuo sets back 40 foot from tho street lino.
Huy your homo and eavo your rent, as you never will havo
a better opportunity to buy bo good a liotno on such easy
terms. Wo have oleo sumo elegant brick houson there,
which wo will soil on very easy terms. WARREN,
KEENEY A CO., UP Doarborn-st. *
FOR BALE-ANY ONE THINKING OF INVESTING
In llrst-clnss residence property at Englewood, should
call and Ictus showlilm our $320 lots, two blocks from
station, which wn r.ro selling on onsy toms. O. U.
GUtFFIN, 13d Madlson-st., corner Clark.
F‘~ OR HAVE
for sale lots in this beautiful suburb, situated on all
tho leading streets, (rom S2OO tosloo each, ou such terms
as will 'suit purchasers.
Wo won Id uo happy to see purchasers who are desirous
of making investments, no wo fool certain that there Is no
safer or surer place then Month Englewood to Invest in.
'NVo have also acm property in panto suburb.
T7OR SALE—COTTAGE AT ENGLEWOOD, NEAR
L’ railroad, and cottage near Rook Island cnr*wurks; the
cheapest residences at the nrico in (ho market: easy
terms. Abo, best farming lands in all tho Western Staton;
prices low, and tornr*easy: scud for lists, giving county
and State wanted. W. J. BARNEY, No. lift East Itan
dulph-st.
i?OR SALE—CHEAP—MICHIGAN* AV., CORNER
r Fiffy-fourth-H., 47x101. Apply to J. W. HAYS, 07
South Clark-st., southeast corner Randolph.
POR*SALE— 800X100 ON BTATE-ST., ENGLEWOOD,
for sl2 per foot sn rare chanoo for some ouo. EDWIN
A. KICK * K. EUGENE OADWELL, 0U Dcarborn-at.,
Rooms lit and 20.
F“ OR SALE—A FEW VERY CHOICE RESIDENCE
Inis at Englewood, at a bargain and on easy toms,
near depots, school*, and ohurohns, mid In tho very eon
troof improvements. SPOFFORO & BYRNE, Owners,
i43Clark*st., Room-1.
For sale-ou rent-at a great bargain,
atltlmidalo, a nlco 7-room house, with largo lot,
fruit irons, water: near depot, church, and school. 0. J.
STOUGII, 72 ana 71 Doarborn-st.
IjloYl SALE-DKBPLAINES IS 13 MILES FROM
. city Ihhlts, with tried schools, 4 ohurulun, (louring
mill, pluuiu{r*mlU, 3 hotels, ploity of stores, and 1,000 in
habitants. J have a 7-rouin cottngo nnd 2 loti at Dos*
plalnos, SI,OOO, only S2OO eash and sls monthly for bal
ance. Also, a tor/ loti loft at $100; only $lO down nnd
ssnmontn untilpaid, I have a fow choice grovo lots loft at
Evanston, ifh'id, only $25 dawn, $5 monthly payments.
IRA BROWN, Ihi LaSalle.at., Room 4.
TTtOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROP-
V urty or a atnoit of goods, u a*J story brick block, 48
foot front by 100 foet deep, now occupied ns a hotel and
rturns on first door, Tho aboro property Is all occupied,
productive, and unincumbered, situated In n nourishing
and beautiful oily only ninety miles from Chicago. No
objection to assuming soiuo inuumbration or paying some
caoh to offoota trade. Gallon or tuidrosa J. W. STOREY,
Room 23, No, 81 and 8(5 LaSnllo-st.
1' pOII aALK-URN’T-OR EXCHANGE-A FIRST
-1 class homo wltli two acres of land, near depot, one
of tho boat In Highland Park. Will sell same for small
cash payment, balance lone tlrao. low rate of interest,a
good bargain for same one. Apply to W. A. JAMES, 275
outh CanaUt.
FOR SALE-BY R. FORREST, AUSTIN; COTTAGE
of six rooms, nearly now, lot 8.1x150, on easy tonus.
Also a fow more of those desirable roddeucu lota at panic
prices.
FOR BAI.E-AT NORTH EVANBTON-CmOfCE
lots, ICSx 160. fors2«i, lit monthly or onuu*l payments.
WM. P. THAYER, 144 I-aSivllu-at.
F»R SALK —ACRE PROPERTY IN AMOUNTS
from 5 to 40 acres, at a ureal sacrifice if applied for
soon. HTEUMAN, POPE ii CO,, "0 East Maukon-st.
TjVOK HALE—AT DESPLAINES, NEAR DEPOT—4Jtf
i.' acres, corner, with young grove, $350.
lauro, lino for Harden, s4uo.
5 acres and small homo on river, SB.IO, $11) monthly.
Largo lots clnsu to (.tationt nnd suliouls, s2uo,
410 monthly nr yearly pnymoma.
KD.MU.ND G. S'i'llil'.B, W East Mmlison-st., Room 7.
FOR SALE-40 ACHES, 8 MU.es SOUTHT-RST!
near now station, beautiful for uubdtviiion, SSOO.
80 acres, 20 miles im U. B. & O. R. it., at station, $l5O.
20 uom near station, south oflljclo Park, SSO.
AVi acres grove, corner and cm rlvor, Dcipbtlncs, SBSO,
Lauro lots, liuolor guidon or fruit, S4OO.
6 acres ou Twouty-tnomitl and Ilnyim-Ms.. cheap.
EDMUND G. &TILKS, K' Rail Madlion-st., Room 7.
FOR HALE—the best IN COOK COUNTY—who
Mitntsubumo lu Uydo Park) No paymnnt dawn 1/
you huihl; tonns oauy. OALKINH A ItEMHEN, 159
Ladallo-et. Loans iienotlutod.
IpOR^ALE—BOULEVARD J.O I’M IN SOUTH ENGLE
-1 wood; a now railroad Is Just completed to South Ohl
cugo, whuro lumber can bo purchased cheaper than In thu
city, and tho Bull Hallway is to pans through boro itlvlnir
20 dally trains. Terms uu lota, $lO cath. and stu uvoiy
throe months. HENRY W. BROOKS, I'A LnHalle-t.
liiou SALE—KNOLEWOOD-FUAME HOUHE, 10
X' rooiDi, with 50' font Inti aond luoattuu; on easy terms,
UANFIELD .t MATTEBQN7 GO LaSnllo-at.
TjIOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE—I,2OO FEET AT MON-
I' tnuo. afioso than usual price; choice Kansas tsads
for aorou or Improved onburbnu; 200 to 400 lots lu ralltosd
town In Houtht-rn Kanius for Httburban. wM, AN
DREWS. 152 La3alle-it., Room 11. *
r' RBALH-LDXB ATHOUTII ENOLPAVOOD, WEST
of tho trselc, adjoining lllll'i Hubdiviiloo, forsl7s
THE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1873,
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALK—ENGLEWOOD LOTS ON SIXTY-SEO
ond ami Hlxty-thlrd-sls., noar depot*. church, nnd
school: cheap, and easy tonus. OANEIELD A MAT
TK_HJL)N,_CO LaSalle-at. _
Jnoii BALE-OR EXfMIANGE-FOR O’ifY PROPER*
1 ty.avory oholcn country place, within IGmlloscif
tho city, nnd accessible by railway, Tho ground la part
woodland and part rollluß ridge land, with extra nioo
dwoUhißdiouno, barn, Ao. Apply to Q. H, HUBBARD,
Jr.. Real Estate ARont, 168 Washlngton-st.
For’sale-or rent-i will sell GOOD NEW
houses at North Evanston of from 6 to 10 rooms at
low ilwures for ton annual payments, or with nothing hut
interest paid annually in advance; or I wilt rent till next
May (for cash in advance) for half price; nr I will Iradn
houses or lots at cash figures fur a stock of drygoods*
groceries, hardware, boot* nnd shoos, or clothing. Call
at my ofllooln Evanston, or from 2to B at 163 Monroe*
st. O. E. BROWNE.
TBOU HALE—WASHINGTON HEIGHTS-CHEAP
A' lot*, SIOO each; no money down, monthly pnyrooutn;
bolter than any savings bank. Call at Room 8, No. 77
West Mndlson-at. Open Saturday evenings.
F“ OR SALE—EVANSTON—CHOICE RESIDENCE
lots, 33x180 foot, frontlngjonwldo avenues, for $260 to
$460, Including shade-trees and sidewalks: tonus easy,
monthly or annual payments. COMMONS A BEST. 112
Laballo-st.
For sale-at oak park and ridoeland
l qroo llrst-ctaia realdonoos on onsy terms, nnd sovoral
vow desirable vacant lots. JAS, W. SCOVILLE, 110
West Washlngton-Bt.
For sale-in cottage grove, a beauti
ful nowhouaoand largotnt; house at cost, and tho lot
thrown In; down from $3,600 to $2,000. Panic boat out of
sight. J. 8. GOULD A CO., 119 Doatborn-st.
IHOH BALE-IBX ACRES, UNDER GULTIA fA
tlon, lino grove, oumfariabio luiuso and nut-houso*,
very line well and clstorn, sHi mlio from a beautiful lake,
2k> mllos from tho llouriahlng town of Barrington. 82
miles from Chicago, on tho O. AN. W. R. 11,; terms
easy. Inquire of Al. u. McINTOSH, Barrington, 111.
TTIOII SALE-HENRY J. GOODRIOH, AGENT FOR
A 1 thoßaloof thoso choice lots ot Normal, noar the
Normal School, (Englewood), In L. W. Book's Subdlvls
lon; prlco S4OO to SMO each. Otllco 125 Dcarborn-st.
FOR SALK—3 NEW COTTAGES, EAST FRONT,
noar Brighton House: SSIW oauh:s2ofl cash: sl6
per month; good water. STOURSAWAkE, 94 Washing
ton-st.^
FOR SALE—STYLISH NEW HOUSE AT ENGLE
wood, two blocks from Normal School; easy terms,
monthly payments. STORKS A WARE, 91 Washing
tou-st.
IBOR SALE-COTTAGE GROVE, FORTY-FOURTH-
A' st.; 60 or 60 loot onnt front at a prlco yon can maka SO
Bor cent by spring. Toms to suit. CHAS. STARK,
ox 33, Hyde Park.
FOR SALE—KENWOOD—6O OR 100 FEET EAST
front ono-half block south of Kenwood Station, Hydo
Pnrk-av., at a groat sncrlllco If taken at once. Terns to
suit. OHAB. STARK, Box 32. Hydo Park.
•nOR SALK-S3O PER ACRE WILL BUY 80 ACRES
X* good land In 85, SO, It. near Thornton, Cook County:
tltlo porfoot. NICHOLSON Organ Factory, 63 East
Indiann-st.
F" OR SALE—I HAVE A FEW SPLENDID BARGAINS
in aoroH ami cbcAp loin near Laivadalo. Q. W. MOUL*
TON, 144 Donrborn-st., Ollioo 0.
F" OR SALE-105 ACRES 25 MILKS FROM CHICAGO 5
8700, all cash: worth 42,000. TJIO best bargain fu the
Wost. J. It. WHEELER, 126 Clark-st.
■LIQR BALB—ENGLEWOOD—LOTS ON SIXTY-SHO
JD ond and Slxty-thlrd-sts., near depots, church, and
schools: prlcolow; terms to suit. CANFIELD A MAT*
TESOW, 60 LaSnUo*st.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
For salk-on long time, or exchange
for uhoico city proporty-80 acres of soloct frnltor
farming land, partly improved, adjoining thu Village of
Mlllburg, G and 7 miles from tbo dooks and depots ofiion
ton Harbor and St. Joseph, Mich. This property is clear.
No objections to assuming a small incumbrance. ScoG.
S. SUNDKRCOOK, 87 Dearborn-st., or J. H. LEE, St.
Joseph, Mich.
For sale —or exchange —a well-im*
provod farm of 292 acres; has boon sold for $7,600;
will sell for $5,0U0 on long time, or oxchango for mor
chaudlso or furniture, chattels, or Improved Chicago prop
erty. Have also acme property in oltlTown of llydo Park,
and secured notes on real estate, for exchange. OS*
GOOD A WILLIAMS, 03 South OauaUt.
For salk-or bxchanqk-a finely im*
proved farm of 100 acres, in Champaign County, 111.
C. O. THAYER A CO., 186 East Madlaon-st.
Ilfdil SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY RRSI
, ‘ donee property—A first-class fruit farm in Colas
County, HI.; splendid Improvements on tbo same. Pho
tographs of some, of the improvements, can bo seen at
our office. O. O. THAYER A CO., 186 feast Madlsun-st.
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN, NEAR KANKAKEE,
111., nno of tbo tinost farms in tho county, 2SO acres,
good buildings, and fruits of all kinds; wifi take other
property for ono*third its value. Address L. COMP
TON, 79 Doarborn-st.
•CIOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-GOOD BUSINESS
X' property in Woodstock, MoUoury County; also 40
noroe timber IM miles from said city. For particulars
call at 818 South Stato-st.
F“ OR SALE-OR EXCHANGE—FOR IMPROVED
city property, tho finest farm in Mcllonry Countv
(only 60 miles from Chicago) for grain or stock; over S«0
acres; 270 aoras under cultivation and pasture, balanco in
heavy timber; with elegant bouse and buildings; must
aud will bn sold an cash basis. Price, $22,000. Address
Box 181, Woodstock, HI.
POR SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR PART IN IL
llnolslands, I,Booaerosol tho finest land in Grundy
County, lowa, partly improved, with a good mlll-ilto and
grove, and on tho lino of a railroad now being built. Ono
of tho host opportunities for a colony with moans to Im
prove that has over hoonofiorod. Cnuld bo Increased to
8,000 acres if required. Owner would profor to soil half*
Interest to a party having capital. Railroad station to bo
located ou tho tract. Prico and further details to bo
learned from W. J. BARNEY, IS3 East Randolpb-at.
POR 3ALK-OR PART EXCHANGE-FARM OF 100
aoros, in Fox Rivor Valley; land Is cxcollonf, with
living stroam; $4,600. OLAFLIN BROS. A CO.. 131
LaSallo-sL
F'oß SALE-HOTF.L PROPERTY IN FLOURISH*
fnc town, worth $6,000. part pay In real estate.
OLAFLIN BhOS. & CO.. 131 LaSallo-st.
FOR SALE-01l EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROP*
orty—'Two houses in Beloit, Wis. Alsu, 360 acres of
lowa land. IC._D. MURRAY, 002 Cottogo Qrovo-av.
FOR SALK—I,24O ACRES SELECTED ILLINOIS
fruit lands, In tracts suitable for amall farms, situated
near railroads and handy to market. Low prices and tow
Interest to those who will settle or Improve. Apply to
GIBSON A 110SMER. 116 Randolph-st;
FOR SALE—or exchange for city proper.
ty— A lirst-olass farm, consisting of 200 acres, umlor
a blub statouf cultivation, situated la Mullcmy County,
two miles from oouuly Boat. Apply to owner, P. AUS
TIN,. IS2 North Unlon-st.
HEAL ESTATE WANTED.
W’ANTED-TO buy a small house and lot.
iu a good neighborhood, for cash, not to ozucou
$3,600. Tliosoonly offering a decided bargain need an*
swor. Address, by letter only, to P. S. SCiiLICUT
KHULL, 261 and 253 Wabash-av.
WAN’fED-TO PURCHASE—A HOUSE AND LOT
> i worth $S,boO, oast of Llncoln-at., and between Van
Bnrcnnnd Lake; will pay one-third cash, balance Ingllt
odgo, short date paper. Address D 80, Tribune office.
WANTED-ON NORTH SIDE, EAST OF CLARK
et.nud south of CUieago-av., lot about 100 foot front.
Send description, price, and terms by mail to BALD
WIN, WALKER A CO., 7 Hawley Building, corner
Dearborn and Mudlsou-Bts.
W~ ANTED 2 THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
marble front bouses on avenue south of Twenty-
Bccond-st.; good brick house on West Side, milncumbor
ed, and cash as first payment. R00m26. Major Block.
WANTED— A LOT NEAR BUTTERFIELD AND
m Stnto-sts. and north of Forly-aovonth: also, about
ABhland-av. and Twelfth-at. Address PM,Tribune office.
WANTKD-I HAVE $5,000 OASiITO INVEST FOR
an Eastern party; persons having choice suburban or
city property, ami who are willing to soil at a great bar*
pain, Bond description and lowest oath prlco at onco to 11
V 3, Tribune othco.
WANTED-SMALL PLACE FROM 0 TO 10 ACRES,
>i nnd comfortable house, within 10 milos of Court*
House, at lowest riguroa. Address M 97, Trlbuuo oUlco.
WANTED— A GOOD HOUSE AND LOT IN THE
oliy, worth from SIO,OOO to $12,000; a now homo and
South Sluo preferred. Will pay $6,000 cosh and balance
In good (docks; havetho cash in band, hut tho house must
bo a bargain and tmlucumborcd. Address, statlogloca*
tiou. priou, and whore Interview can bo had with owner,
<i £2, Tribuno office. ■
\\t ANTED—A GOOD LOT ON PARK OR WARREN
ff av., Washington or Monroo*st. s half cash will bo
paid. 0. It. WILSON, 168 Mcdlson-st.t Room -I.
WANTIiD-SUDURBAN ACRES WITHIN 16 MILES
H . of tho city for thriving raanulaoturlng business;
involco SIOO.OOO. Address Q Id, Tribune oliico.
WANTED - FARMS . AND SUBURBAN REAL
ostato fur cash and trade bargains. Con address,
with location and terms, M 46, Tribuno olUco.
AND LOT IN OAK PARK,
Austin, or Evanston worth about $4,000: and nemo
cash for cued unimproved lots In city. Address P 87,
Tribuno oilioo.
WONTED-LOT 40 OR 60 FEET FRONT, BETWEEN
Vi Ashlund-av., Oakley, Lake, and Adama-sts.: lease
for short term, with privilege of purohaso; or will buy, If
no money U required down, wish to build brick dwelling
this tall. Address M 80, Tribuno otHco.
MUSICAL.
AN ELEGANT PIANO FOP. SALE FOR $223, ONLY
half price. AUoagrand piano, suitable for a eon*
cert-hall; for salo or to rout. B. M aU/.Y, 78 South U&l*
stod-st.
D" O YOU WISH TO BUY A PIANO. CHEAP? IF
so, ttwlU pay youlo call upon J. H, WOLCOTT, 251
Pork-av.. who Is selling an elegant now pluuo with carved
logs for S3OO, just half price.
FORThALE-A SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN, fi
nmiis. for s!>*>. ah (juud as now. Cost $145. lunulro
nt 878 West Van Hurou-st.
EOR SALR-A 7-OCT AVE NEW ROSEWOOD PIANO
on Installments, or vory cheap for cash purchaser.
Please call at t>3 South Ulark-st., Bhorman Houso.
In OR HALB-A CONSIDERABLE NUMBER OF
: platma. nearly now. by llrat-class makers, belonging
to parties leaving tho city, aru now olforcd at very low
prices. Call nml Inspect at JULIUS BAUER A CO.’B
muhlo store, munrun and Ktato-sts. (Pulmor House).
N” KW PIANOS FROM $250 ’AND
Now York makera; fully warranted. WM. It.
PROSSER A CO., 271BUto_-.it., near Van Burim-st.
P“ IANOS FOR SALE ANT) TO RENT. REPAIR
lug nml tuning, at the Chicago Plano Paotory, 259
East Randolph-st., near bridge, by J. PRESTON.
rftO RENT—AND FOR HALE-PIANOS AND OR
i. »ant. Wo tunko routing a specialty. WM. R.
PROSSER & CO. i 274 Htato-st.. near Van Huron.
rilillC NICHOLSON IB THE CHEAPEST FIRST
J. class organ in tho market; price 450 and upwards.
Manufactory and Hahmoum 03 East Xndlana-st,
liTAHTED—A LADY TO PLAY THE GUITAR;
* T none but a first-class performer need apply. Apply
Bss Wabath-av., Monday, between 9 ami 4 u’oluok.
WANTED-PIANU-WILL PAY SIOO ON FIRST
VV class Jewelry house, a now sowing raarhloo, balance
u> •,*'iiy payments. Address, for 3days, R 78, Tribune
AGENTS WANTED.
A GENTS WANTED—HAMPLE3 FREE, OU $1.70
ii. worth of 6 artlolca sent tor SO cents, aud $lO u day
guaranteed good agents. Parties that want a pleasant
winter business should sender call upon MERRILL di
00., 164 East Itandolph-st.
Agents wanted-to sell an article that
pays 100 per coat. Bulls In ovury houso; also uouuty
and city rights for sale- Room 19, Me South Clark-st.
\ OEN’IK M'ANTED-TO TAKE ORDERS FOR
ii. PAY/. A NT'S Automatic Tsblu Leal Sup Dorter; cun
mako from dll to ijiijwr dayi moohnulcs well adapted.
Cull at 177 East
DIVORCES.
SIVOUOES LICOALI.Y OUTAINED. FBH AITBII
.‘i!s3oi teas.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
SontU Siclo-
K PARK-ROW-ONK FRONT SINGLE ROOM
O with board.
*1 a ELDRIDGK OOURT-A NIOKLY-FURNIRHUD
.LU hack room, with board, suitable for three or four
Sontlomon; ono single room; day hoarders nocommo
atail.
*1 O ELDRIDUE COURT-ROOMS TO RENT, KN
J. 4 suite or ilnglo, tvUU board. All modorn Improve
mnnts.
17 ELDRIDOR-COURT—A SUITE OF FRONT
XI rooms handsomely furnished; suitable for two or
[our gonta ; also single rooms, will bo rented very cheap.
Host of references given.
IQ EIibRiDUE-CduUT DESIRABLE FRONT
XD suite, also single rooms, to rent, with board,
“I Q EAST llAßliisl)N-BiV-I , 'URNIBI IED ROOMS
\.U nnd ono unfurnished, to rent, with (Irst-olass board.
Terms low.
9‘> TWKNTY-FU'TH-ST. (PALACE-PLAOR)—
At) Ilnudaomo rooms with board tor fninlllcs or gentle
men: house now, rooms largo, with marble mantels; even
ing dinners; lunohos for gentlemen Included.
yfl FAST MONROKST., ROOM 86—one fur-
XX nlshcd room to rent; also two boarders wanted,
i P\ HOOTITIHMRk.BTr^T^\VCTOR THRRIFBENT
tel/ tlomon can got day board In private family; third
floor; references required.
/fO HUBBARD-COURT- ROOMS AND BOARD
Tv for gentlemen ami tbclrwivou or slngio gontlomou.
Accommodation for day boarders,
fell BOARD?
O\J with rooms furnished and unfurnished, slngio or ou
anile: house has all modorn Improvements. Day board
ers accommodated. Roforoncoa exchanged.
TO AND 76 EAST MONROK-ST., ENTRANCE
O Myers' Opora Unuio—Furnlshod rooms, with board
bythodiir. week, nr month. Transient gnosis acoommo
dated st Si.CO and $2.
n A TWENTY-FOURTH-RT. -TO RENT—WITH
1 \X board, flnoly furnlshod room, boat and water, to
gentleman and wito or two young men.
QA TWENTY-SKCOND-ST.-TO RENT-ROOMS,
OT with board, anitablo for gcntlomon, at prices to suit
tho times. Also, day boarders wonted.
Q7 EAST HARRIRON-ST.-TWO NICELY FUR-
V I nlahed rooms with board; also day board,
n C FOURTII-ST., NEAR MILWAUKIiE-AV.-A
XXUniccly furnished front room to rent for ono or two
gentlemen.
11Q EIOHTERNTH-BT.—BOARD FOR ONE OR
XX V two gontlomon; largo room, nicely furnlshod; prl
vato family.
i TWENTY-FIRST-ST.-ROOMS TO RENT,
XifXfarnlshod or unfurnished. Day-boarders wanted.
iKQ EAST MONROE-ST., ROOM S-WANTED
XcJO I.COO people to call dally at and boo a complete re
gistry of all tbo principal boardlna-boutos In the city, fur
nlshod and unfurnished rooms. Free of charge.
99ft LaSALLE-ST., cornerquinoy, in base.
4—jU moub—A fow more day boarders can bo accom
modated.
ob'pTmiohioan.av.-elkgant large front
*iUU alcove rooms, furnished or unfurnished, for fam
ily or four contlomon; aido room for two-
9Q9 MIOIIIOAN*AV. A LARGE SUITE OP
mjiDJj handsumoly-furnlshod front rooms to ront, with
board.
9Q A MICHIGAN AV.-A tSUITE OP PLEASANT
4CX furnished rooms, together or separate, with
board; references required.
9QC MICHIOAN-AV.—TO RENT, WITH BOARD,
4Uis largo handsomely furnished back room, with
grate; also, front room, same description solso, tronthnll
room, with closet, thoroughly furnished; only fow board
ers ; references oxchunged.
9Oft MldlllGAN-AV.—SUITE OP FRONT ROOMS,
4UU tarnished or unfumishod. Family table. Refer
ences reunited,
Q1 9 WEST WASHINOTON-ST.-A SUITE OP
OX4 rooms, finely furnished; also, two other rooms
for single gentlomon; good board; all Improvements;
prices ronBonablo; day boarders taken; $6.
Q9ft OALUMKT-AV.-TO RENT, WITH BOARD.
04U (ront room, with small bed-room; also, parlor
bed-room.
Q/f/f MICHIGAN-AV. PLEASANT ROOMS
O± X with board; bouao newly furnished; all modern
improvements, 'forms reasonable.
QQft WABASH-AV. - BOARDERS WANTED;
OOU room and board $8 per week; day board $4.60.
QQK WABASH AV.-ELEGANTROOMSTO RENT,
OOu furnished or unfurnished, with or without board.
QQO MIOHIGAN-AV.-TO RENT—A LARGE
OOP front parlor, with bathroom attached.
A Q/L MICEIGAN-AV.-FURNISHED ROOM TO
TOT rout, with board, between Thirteenth and Pour*
toentb-sta.
A Q1 WABARII-AV., SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
xOX lildrldgo-coutt—Uandsomoly-tnrnlsbud rooms,
with board; houso first-class In every rospoct.
AQQ WABASH-AV. - FURNISHED FRONT
xW rooms, with hot and cold water, eto., with
board; references exchanged.
/LQQ SOUTH DEAUBORN-ST. (BURNSIDE),
xOu near Twenty-ninth—A splendid place to board.
Excellent table and duo rooms, at positively only half
of price charged a year ago.
Cl 9 WABASH-AV.-DESIRABLE furnished
OX4 rooms ond board, for families or gentlemen; re
ferences.
Cl ft WABASH-AV.—ROOMS COMFORTABLY
OXO furnished, with good board, at reasonable rates.
Also brick barn to ront.
CQ9 WABASH-AV.—A SUITE OF FRONT ROOMS,
004 hot ami cold water, unfurnished, ozcoptcarpots;
also, otherdoslrablorooms; roforonccs.
COft MIOHIOAN-AV.—BOARD WITH PLEASANT
OOU rooms for two young tnon, In a small family; will
bon pleasant home fortho coming winter; host city re
foroncos given and required.
C ,J Q WABASH-AV.—LARGE, PLEASANT ROOM,
OttO suitable for gentleman and wife, with board.
Terms moderate.
Cftft WABASH-AV—PLEASANT ROOMS, FUR
tJOW nlshcd and unfurnished, with board; also, duy
boardors accommodated, at $3 per week; references re
qulrod.
C/*ft MIOHIOAN-AV.-ONE LARGE ROOM AND
QUO ono single room, furnished, witli board.
CQ7 WABASH-AV.—TO RENT, WITH BOARD.
OO I a saito of rooms, together or single; also, a largo
back room, suitable for two gentlemen.
ft A A WABASH-AV.—GENTLEMEN AND WIVES.
UUX or single gentlemen, can procure first-class board
and ploasnnt furnished rooms; a few day boarders can bo
accommodated; references exchanged. Gall Monday,
after 9 a. m.
n’t £ STATB-ST.—FIRST-GLASS BOARD FORGEN
VJJLO tlomon, $3 to $5.60 per week; day board, $4, with
use of sitting-room.
hnk WABASH-AV.-ONE FRONT ALCOVE
OOu room to rant, with board.
7 Ift AND 743 MICUIG AN-AV. - DESIRABLE
I ttU rooms, furnished or unfurnished, with board;
convenient to cars and omnibus lines, lioforouco.
7CI WABASH-AV.—ROOMS EN SUITE OR SIN
-lOX gly, with good table. Day-boarders accommo
dated.
7fti MIOUIOAN-AV. A FEW BOARDERS
I OX wanted: ploasnnt rooms, now furniture, largo par
lor, with use of piano; all modern coavonloncea. Day
boarders accommodated.
7ftT MDOUIGAN-AV. - NEW AND ELEGANT
{ OX furniture, pleasant parlor, with use of piano;
day-boardavs accommodated; ail modern conveniences.
77.1 M3CIHOAN-AV.—DESIRABLE SUITE OF
I I rt furnlsbod front rooms to rent with board; also
single room; bouse bas modern Improvements s prices
reasonable,
m WABASH-AV.—TO REST. ONE ROOM,
newly and nicely furnished; will board man and
wife or two gontlomun fur sl6 per week; light und firo
will also bo furnished; bouso with all modern Improve
moots; private family.
QOQ WABASH-AV.—TO RENT—A PLEASANT
alcovo room, furnlsbod or unfurnished, suitable
for gantiumanaud wife or gentlemen; prices modoruto.
Day boarders wanted.
09/1 WABASH-AV.—TO RENT, WITH BOARD,
x a very pleasant and handsomely furnished front
room, for gentleman and wife, or two gontiomen.
qcc WABASH- AV.—NICELY FURNISHED
OeJJ rooms, with or without board; bath-room, hot
and cold water. Private family.
Qft/i COTTAGE GROVE-AV.. NEAR OAKLAND
ODx av.—Nicely furnished rooms, private family, and
moderate terms; convenient to steam or horse-cars.
On 1 WABASH-AV.—PLEASANT FURNISHED
OIX or unfurnished rooms to rent, with or without
board.
QQO INDIANA-AV.—LARGE FRONT AND BACK
OOiJ room, with board, second tloor. Table boarders
accommodated.
QOrr INDIANA-AV.—A PLEASANT FRONT AL
OO I covo room to rent, with board, suitable for gen
tlumun and wife, or three single gontiomen. Two or throe
table boarders can bo accommodated. Only roliablo peo
ple need apply- MRS. SIBLEY.
a WABASH-AV.-A PRIVATE FAMILY will
y*XO roniu suite of furnished rooms, with tiro, gas,
imd bath, with or without breakfast nud Sunday dinner.
(\rtiy INDIANA-AV.—FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
ij I I with hot mid cold water, grata and cloaots, on
second floor, for gentleman end wife or two gentlemen.
Also, furnished room for uau or two gentleman, with
hoard. .
I'non WABASH-AV. (FLORENCE PLAOE)-
XUCU Pleasant furnished rooms, with llrst-oluns
board. Rooms tor 3 gontlemou, with hoard. Everything
llrat-olass. Day boarders wanted.
1 A,*? A MIOHIGAN-AV.-TO RENT, WITH BOARD,
XUOU furnished or unfurnished, osulto of very pleas
ant roams, In prlvatn family.
i'ako anoiiiGAN-AV. - handsome front
XUO.J room to ront, furnished or unfurnished, with
board, in private family.
T AOP WABASH - AV. NICELY FURNISHED
XUOO wtt-hout board.
ITVO7 INDIANA-AV., . BETWEEN TWENTY.
XUO 1 third and Twenty-founb-ats.—Furnisbod room,
with board, for gentleman undwifo, or two single gontlo
mon. Terms ransonabio.
11 nKPRAIRIE AV.-TO RENT-PLEASANT PAR-
XiUO lora,J/jthJjourd.
1100 INDIANA-AV.—FRONT ROOM, NICELY
HZo furnished, to ront, with board. Also, slnulo
room* Toms roaHooablo to permanent parties; rotor,
uncos rouulrod. _
1170 WABASH-AV.-A SPLENDID SUITE OF
XX 1 0 rooms on flratiloor, wlihiumrd.
1 1 nr* PR AIHIE-A V. —T V» 0 PLEASANT FUR
LItVU wished rooms, vinclo oronHulto, toreot, with
board; privato family- Roteronco.
linQ PUAIUIE-AV.-FOU GENTLEMAN AND
LXyO wlfo; pleasant location s cholooroom; modoru
conveniences t good board. Uail to-day or to-morrow.
1O ,\ h INDIANA.AV.-ONR ELEGANTLY FUR.
nhhod front room, suitable for a married
couple, also two single rooms for gentlemen, to rout,
with board.
l»o7r* INDIANA-AV.—A PLEASANT FRONT
Xo 1 O room, with board, for two parsons, Marblo
mantel and grato. Furnished or unfurnished.
fTtrn PRAIRIR AV., FIRST FLOOR-TWO LA.
X'xOU dloswlthlng to occupy one room and board oan
bo noeomnnulated.
MOELY FURNISHEDROOM, IN A STRICTLY
private family, on one of the avommi, near Twenty,
moond-st., to runt, with board; house has all modern Im
provements. Addross H. caro of Carrier B, Station D.
A “CHOICE SUITE OF ROOMS ON MICHIGAN.AV.
J\. to rent, with private table. Apply at 8 EJaridge
court. .
DAY BOARDERS WANTED IN THE VICINITY OF
Uightuonlh-at., at 35 par week. Address M 06.
Tribuou otlloj.
nOOD ROOMS AND, BOARD ON MIOHIOAN-AV.,
lx Routing lake. Terms very moderate, Address
g BO. Tribune ojlloO.
f ADIBS AND'GENTLEMEN WANTED TO BAT AT
Xj tuu fiome Dming-lioomo, lit ▲dauuLet.s at |i pit
week.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
South Sirto*-Contlimo(L
■VTIOIIIOtAN-AV.—TWO F.LEQANTLYFURNISHED
I'i .roniim on first lloor to rout, with board, »J2o(t nor
month for two persons. Address P CT>, Trlbuno otllcos.
NEAR LANGLEY AND TIIIUTV-KinHTH-ST.vI
Very nice nnlto of unfurnished front rooms, with
Hoard for two, In email family. Address II 20, Tribune
ulllco.
aouTirHiDiTNrXi^^^
. AJdooly furnished room to rout, with board, to man
ana wlfnor two single gentlemen, in a urlvnto family ;
references required. Address "HOME," oaro Onrrlor
West Side.
q SOUTH. MAY-ST.-ROOMS RNBUITE OR RTN-
J/ Rio, will: ilrst-olasa board, forfatnilios or single non*
tlomon; torma roasunablo.
1 A SOUTH OREKN-ST—BOARDING AND LODO
.Iv Ing and day board.
*1 O NORTH OURTIH-ST.—PLEASANT FURNISH
i*J, ml rooms, with board, in small family, for throe
Rontlomon.; also, day-board for two.
1 O SOUTH OREF.N-BT,—NICELY FURNISHED
XO rooms, with Rood board; also a fow lady boarder*
accommodated.
X/j BISHOP-OOURT-TO RENT. WITH BOARD. A
i: second-story suite of front rooms, oltlior forulshod
or unfurnished. Also room for two gentlemen.
*|7» i ABIitRbRKN.St. - FURNISHED' aND UN
XU2 farnilihod rooms, with board. References ex
changed,
17 LOOMIS-ST.-VEKY DESIRABLE DOUBLE
J. I ana single front rooms, with board; also, room-mato
for Boiitlonmn. Modern Improvements.
1 q NomTi PKbiiiA-sT.-irmat.oLAss board
id and trooms at prices ranging from 8-I.COto SC.liO; a
party of (1 coming tosotbor can cob good accommodations
tor tsß, uso of plana and batb-romu.
i q ABEUDEEN-ST.-A SUITE OP FURNISHED
X<J frontiooms. also a south room, to rent with board,
on Tory reasonable terras.
I Q NORTH ORKEN.ST.-FURNISHED FRONT
Xu room, boated bysloam, to two gontlmnon.
OH NORTH SANG A MON-ST.—PLEASANT FRONT
<aU room, caa and Arc, for Rent and wife, slnglo cen
tlemon, or with board.
6n ABERI)ERN-ST.—BOARDERS CAN BE AC
OU onmodntod with furnished rooms: also lodging
rooms at reasonable rates; permanent for the winter.
OQ PARK*AV.—BEAUTIFUL ALCOVE ROOM,
OO octagon front, for rout, with board. Roforonodo
required.
Jn NORTH OARPENTER-ST.-BOARD for gen.
*XX tlonmn and wife or single gentlemen, In a private
family; no other boarders.
ATT SOUTH 11ALSTED-ST.—PLEASANT FRONT
I room for Sor 3 gentlemen, with board. Terms
moderate.
A QNORTH MAY-ST.-FOUR LADIES OR GENTLE
tt(J nnm will find a home, Iceland llghls Included, for
So and ftfi.DO nor week; nono but respectable and rospon
idblo parties uood apply, ,
Kft SOUTH -MAY-ST,-TO RENT-WITII BOARD,
O\J a nicely-furnished front room.
Cl NORTH OAURENTER-BT,—GOOD BOARD, $6
OX per week; also, rooms to rent.
KK PRICE PLAOK-VEUY PLEASANT ROOMS TO
OO rent, with or without board, furnished or unfur
nnhed; quo trout purlor for gont and wife.
7A north: sangamonTst.-fURNISHED
.1 v rooms, with board, in a small private boarding,
house, from S4.SO to $5. References given.
79 SOUTH MORGAN-ST.. BETWEEN MADISON
I and Manroo—Nicely-furnished doublo and single
rooms, with board.
79 WEST VAN BURKN-ST. - FURNISHED
4 4 rooms to rent and boarders wanted.
7ft THROOP-ST.—FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT
1 U with board.
77 SOUTH BANQAMON-ST-, THREE DOORS
I I from-Madison—A nice bedroom, with good board,
for single gentleman. A fow day boarders wanted.
on WEST
OU tag, throe slnglo and ono doublo furnished bed
rooms, with board.
QQ SOUTH PKORIA-ST., NEAR MADISON-FUR
OO nlshod rooms, with board; for contlomon only.
Q/l SOUTH P AOLTn A^9Tr-BCARD AND ROOMS
O X for four geutlcmon, or married couples.
Q-( SOUTH MOROAN-ST.-TWO FURNISHED
O X front rooms, with board, 87 per week.
QK SOUTH MORQAN.ST., NEAR MADISON-ONE
OO largo front room to ront with board, furnished or
unfurnished, ozoopt carpet; houso has all modern lm
provomciits.
Qft PEORIA-BT.--A FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT,
fjyJ with board; 2or 3 table boarders wanted.
QO SOUTH JEFFERSON-ST., NEAR MADISON—
•JO nicely furnished rooms with first-class board for
gsntlomun; day board 84 porwook; come and soouro a
nice place at once.
I*l C JOIINSON-ST.—TWO GENTLE,MEN CAN GET
XiU a comfortable, warm room, with board, whore
thuro arc no other hoarders. Call this evening.
TIC NORTH PAULINA-ST.-PLEASANT FUR
XXt/ nlshod room for ono or two gontlomoo, with board
If required.
m SOUTH SANOAMON-ST.-A LARGE PLEAS-
not room with board.
mWALNUT-ST., NEAR WOOD, ONE BLOCK
from stroet-cara—Pleasant front rooms to rent,
with first-class board, for gontlomoo and wives or slnglo
gentlemen.
1i Q L SOUTH OREEN-ST. - FRONT PARLOR,
XXU handsomely furnished: also room suitable for two
goutlemou, with board; modem improvements. Terms
very modorato.
m SOUTH SANOAMON-ST.—DESIRABLE ROOM
(suitable for two), with board; modern conven
iences, pleasant location; references exchanged. Call
Monday.
1 QQ WEST MONROU-ST.—NF.WLY-FURNISHED
JLOO And pleasant room?, with board. Torms $5 per
week. Day-boarders accommodated.
*1 OC SOUTH PEORIA-ST.—FURNISHED ROOMS,
lOU with or without board.
107 SOUTH HALSTED-ST.-A LARGE FRONT
i*J I room with bodroom, nicely furnished, to private
family, to rant; will board parties if required.
1 QQ CAN
J.OL7 bo supplied with lodging, breakfast, and ft o'clock
dinner. Price from tSS.Ctito $4 per week, breakfast from
fltoß. Supper from 4to 7. Dayboard, SB.
1 A Pi TH BUREN AND
XxtJ Tvlor—Two front furnlsbod rooms, for man and
wife without children, or three gentlemen; private fnm
lly; brick bouse, with furnace, bath-room, Ac. Rofor
oaeoa required.
1 kC\ WEST ADAMSST—FURNISHED FRONT
XtXW parlor to rent for gentleman and wife, or four
young gentleman, with board; also one bod-room.
m SOUTH SANG AM ON-ST.—LARGE, COMMO
dious room for a married goutlomaa 5 also a few
single gontiomen; day board $4.
*1 CD WEST INDIANA-ST.-A FEW BOARDERS
iuu cau find pleasant rooms and board. Also day
boarders wanted.
1 PiPX WEST WASHINGTON-ST.—FIRST OP ALL
XtXtJ call at Leo Bros, and examine their nlceiy-fur
nlshcd and warm rooms, with board. Toms from $6 to
SO per week. Day board. $4.00.
1 Cft WERT BIONROE-ST.-A FURNISHED FRONT
XUU chamber, for goats, or goutlomaa and wife, with
lirat-oiaaa board.
I£Q WAURKN-AV.—A SUITE OP FRONT
xOu rooms, furnished or unfurnished, with board.
Also, single room, warmed.
1 ftQ WARREN-AV.—BOARDERS WANTED-A
XUO largo front parlor, with closet,unfurnished; a suite
of furnished rooms, two olosots, bath-room.
mWEST WASHINGTON-ST.-PLEASANT FUR-
nUlicd room to rent, with board.
179 NORTH MORGAN-ST.-PLEASANT FRONT
X I chamber, with largo oiothes-pross, gas, Inside
blinds, Ac., furnished new, marble-top chamber sot,
tapestry, carnet, Ac., for gentleman and wife; terms sl3
per week. This la no boarding-house.
mWEST JAOKSON-ST.—FINE FRONT ROOM,
with hoard und fire, for gentleman and wife, or
single gentlemen. Terms very moderate.
AND 179 WEST WASHINGTON-ST.-TO
rent, will: board, ono single and ouo nicety fur
nlrhod largo room.
IQI PARIC-AV.—AN ELEGANT SUITE OFFRONT
XOX rooms, with board, In a private family.
IQT SOUTH MORGAN-ST.—A VERY PLEASANT
XOX oast front room to rent to two single gontiomen;
alio, middle room cheap to nice, quiet, and permanent
boarders. Private family.
167 WEST MADISON-ST.—BOARD AT PANIC
XO 1 prices. Good rooms, with board, for 100 persons,
at st, sd. and $7 per week. Day-board. S4.CO.
l'Q7 WEST TAYLOK-ST.-A SMALL FRONT PAR
XO I lor and bedroom, furnished, with or without board,
cheap.
909 WEST 11ARRISON-ST.—LARGE FRONT
£O4 room and bodroom ntf, unfurnished, wlthgoad
board, for two, at sl3 per week, private family.
t)f\Q WEST WASUINGTON-ST.-ROOMS, FUR.
ZUp nlshod or iinfurnlbhod, with board.
mi WEST WASH INOTON-ST,—THREE GEN*
ZLL tlomonand uno lady can bo accommodated with
rooms and board.
of 7» WEST WASHINGTON-ST.-A FURNISHED
Zi.\J room in a pleasant homo, with good hoard for a
single gentleman.
ofn FULTO.V-ST, CORNER PEORIA-TWO PUR.
<£XO nlsluul rooms with good board can boobtainod, in
brick honno, with nil modern'lmprovements; for married
or single conllemun.
90Q WEST LAKE-ST. -FURNISHED ROOMS
ZZu fur two or threogontlunvm.
OQQ sou r mtm icf: n■ s r. -a" few good board.
ZOOura for the winter. Tonna reasonable.
O ao a nicely.
ZOZ furnished room, with fvuittaml uluo viow.
iryf i w'i^vT~jXui:s6nYiT. -no o d rooms and
Z 1 X board for gnuilonian and wife or two gontlomon,
Id privntu family, uncap ;lmusa with modern impruvmouta.
Q7 n w'( R1 u:N- AV. VERY PLEASANT SUITE
Z I i) of south front rooms, with ilrat-oluss board, iu
private family, one block from Madison.st. cars.
Q7Q WEST RANDOLPIi-ST.—WANTED, AS
Z I *J boarders for tlio vvinrnr, two gentlemen in u pri
vate! family, whoro thoro aro no other boarders. First,
ulass auuoiumodation.
onn WEST WASIIINOTON-ST.—THREE ROOMS,
furnished or unfurnished, soparutaly
or together, with board. Rooms pleasant and in uico
order.
007 FULTON-ST.—HOARDING—A WKLL-FUR.
ZtJ I Dished suit-a of front rooms, with good board*
cheap, ____________
q/vo FULTON-ST.-NEWLY-FURNIHIIKD FRONT
o\>Z room, with or without tlrit-ulasi board.
Qnh WEST MONROE-ST.-DESTrAULE SUITE
UU«J of front rooms to rent, with board, unfurnished;
alio single room.
Q1 O WEST RANDOLPiI.ST,—FURNISHED OR
•jXO unliuulshed rooms, with beard. Day-boarders
can bo accommodated also.
QOQ WEST SIADISON.RT.. OPPOSITE ABRR.
OZu decn—Rooms (urulshod or unfurnished; liouso
warm and comfortable; terms reasonable. Day hoard
BUU.
OOK WEST WABIIINQTO.N.ST.-FURNISHED
OOiJ room to ront, with board, suitable lor slnglu gen.
tinman,
66t> WEST ADAMS-ST.-BOARD WITH A LARGE
OuO room, nloolyfurniihvd; alsonulngloroom; first
class tabb.
007 SOUTH MORGAN-ST.—WITH OR WITHOUT
OO t board, a nloo InrnUhod front .parlor, with bed*
room, closet, andbath-roomofl. suitable for geutleman
and wlfo or throe gentlemen, half-block from street-oars,
private family.
QQQ WEST TWELFTH-BT—IN A NEW HOUSE,
OOd boarding and lodging SL6O per week, and day.
board 38,60 pel week. JfurnUned rooms with ot wiUiout
BOARDING AND LODGING.
West Side—Gontixmed.
*IA ft Xnp\T MONROE-ST., NEAR ABEHDKKN
p .1:0 . Pleasant lurnlnhed room, with board, lor one or
two gents; pleasant homo guaranteed at moderate price.
*i7lfi'W’ w AS HM^bN.HT7-h66Mßrwrru
pxO Jlret-olaaii board, fop single gentlemen or gen
tlemen and (heir wives.
Q/V7 WEST JAOKSONIRT.-hARGIfi and smallT
Op I furnished and unfurnished, rooms and board, at
moderate prices.
QTfl ■WKHT MADIB”ON^Tj—ydUII7uKNThI2MRN
p I U can llnd pleasant furnished rooms, with tint-olose
board. Terms reasonable.
OQ7*’WK«T iIANbbLPII.RT.-A LARGE FRONT
O*J I room and two small rooms, with board ; houao
bath-room, hot ami cold water.
/( hOWKStMONUbE-STV-fO ItKNT. BY A PUL
-But? vale family, nlcoly furnished room with flro. cat.
water; Ao.
A HQ. 'Y KBT MADIKON-STV-IIACK PARLOR AND
off, with gas and water, auttablo for gen
tleman and wife or single gentlemen; also front parlor
fronting south, and nlhor rooms, with good board.
A 01 WEST VAN imu'ENIHT.—PLEASANIMIOOMS
tt'O.L to runt, furniihod or unfurnished, with board, at
very low terms.
A WEST VAN BUREN-BT.-A WIDOW LADY
.tel x occupying cottage, will take a counlo of gentle
mon, or a gentleman and wife, to board for the winter.
Aft (1 WEST WAS 111N 01WLST. - A fTVRGE
•tyw, front, room, second lloor, unfurnlihod, and back
parlor, fumlsliod or unfurnished, with beard.
A.RA. WKH T . UANDOt;PiI7ST. - PLEASANT
J.vJ Jc rooms, with good board.
KG K WEST MADISON-ST.. SHARP'S BLOOK-1
tyv/p largo and handsome front suite of rooms: also
smaller suites and single rooms, with board, at
reasonable prices.
Kftft WASIIINOTON-ST.-A SUITE OF UNFUR
VJ mshed rooms with board. Also, a pleasant room
lor gentleman and wife, or two single gentlemen. Cheap
if taken Immediately.
f\A A WI ? S , T madison-st.-pleasant room
ami board for one or two young men or married
couple. Terms reasonable.
/SQT-i adams-st.-nice rooms and,
Ot/\J choice board in pleasant locality, house has all
modern Improvements, at very reasonable price; also sta
ble room.
flo4 AO AMB-aT.,ONF { BLOCK WEST OF UNION
y Y Bark—l wo dcslrublo front suites of roomc, on
first and second Hoots, with hoard. ’
f»qq WEST ADAMS-ST.-FinST-OLASS BOARD,
UOO rooms, location, etc. Now brick; near Unlou
ftQJ. WEST MONROE BT.-A SPLENDID SUITE
Uu xof rooms for gentleman and wife. Also, ono
Urge room fur single ladioa or gentlemen, with board.
One block west of Ashland-av.
ftjl WEST MONROE-ST.-FURNISHED FRONT
UTIM. room and oloact, with board for, two, ou rea
sonable term*.
701 WEST MONRO E-ST—TWO FRONT ROOMS,
I UJL for Rontloman and wife or two Routlomon.
71Q WEST VAN
IXV Biilt of rooms, south front, toront, with board.
(Jail Monday.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR TWO LADIES
can linu a pleasant homo for tbo winter on a pleasant
streot, near Union Park; no children, no other boarders:
terms reasonable; roforonoos exchanged. Address R6B.
Tribune otlico.
Large parlor to rent with board? also
tbroo rooms, simile or on suite, Inn private family, on
the.Most aide; references exchanged. Addrois Mrs.
M 8, West Side Font Olllco.
TWO YOUNG MEN THAT WOULD like a good
homo in a private family, neighborhood Doaplalnos
and Harrlflon-itg., may address B 83, Tribune office.
TWO GENTLEMEN CAN OBTAIN BOARD AND A
nicely-furnished room for tbo winter, in a private
family, on Curlis-at., near Washington. Roforonoos ex
changed. Address II 63, Tribune oillce.
WEST SIDE. EAST OF*UNION PARK-BOARD
and good accommodations for tbo winter for gent
and wife; desirable location. Address M 68, Tribune
office.
North Side.
QK AND 97 NORTH OLARK-RT.-YOU OAN FIND
*J*J nice furnished or unfurnished rooms, with board;
prices very low.
m* NORTH OLARK-ST., CORNER INDIANA—
HENRY KLGINE’S llrst-olass European board-
Ing-houio; room fur a fow moro gentlemen boarders.
Terms $6 and $7 per week; day board $1.60. _____
1 ftC NORTH DEARBORN-ST.-AN UNFURNISIL
iuy ad and furnished room to rent, with first-olass
board, location very desirable. Roforoacos required. A
low day boarders accommodated.
m NORTH DEARBORN-ST., CORNER OHIO-
Ono furnished room with board.
i 9ft NORTH DEARBORN-ST. - FURNISHED
lijy ami unfurnished rooms, suitable for gentlemen
and ladles, with table board.
*|QQ SUPERIOR-ST.—GENTLEMAN AND WIFE
ICO or two gentlemen.
917 ILLINOIS-ST.-A LARGE FRONT ROOM,
I suitable for a family; also single front room.
91 Q ILLINOIS-ST. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
4XV double or single, with or without board.
99K OHIO-ST.-A FRONT ROOM WITH ALCOVE,
£i£iO suitable fur gentleman aud wife; also room for
two gontlomon, with board; a few table boarders can be
accommodated.
9Q9 ONTARIO-ST.—HANDSOME ROOMS, FUR*
nishod or unfurnished, every convonienco; first
class table board.
9QQ SUPERIOR-ST.—FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
tiuOV for two gontlomon, with board.
OSn INDIANA-BT., BETWEEN” STATE; AND
AUU Dearborn—Furnished and unfurnished rooms,
with board.
Q£Q BAST indiana-st.-two large front
OUj rooms, nicely furnished, with board.
OIIIOAGO-AV., NEAR PINE-ST. - FURNISHED
rooms In lirst-olnss liousu to rent with board. Ad*
dross H2(3, Ttlbunoolllco.
FjIINISHRD ROOMS TO RENT WITH BOARD;
and day-board, convenient to all down-town business,
at tho southeast enmorof State and Klnzlo-sta. Wright's
bnildlng, second floor, Stato-at. onlranco.
Good rooms and board in a private
family of tbroo adults, on Bcldon-av., for two couple,
nt 312 per week: references given and required. Address
TIU. Tribune otDeo.
•VTORTHWEST CORNER 1 ; NORTH WELLS AND
AN Uinsdalo-sts., brick bnildlng—Pleasant front rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Good board; low rates; Amor*
jean family.
Hotels.
ATLANTIC HOTEL, VAN BUREN AND SIIRR-
A mau-stH,. opposite Rock Island Depot—Elegant
rooms; good board at roasonabio rates; transient, $2.60
per day; flrst-claistn every particular.
(’"IENTRAL HOTEL, MARKET-ST., BETWEEN
J Madison and Washington—Good rooms and first-class
board at roasonabio rates. Day hoard $G per week. Tran
sient $2.60 par day. A passenger elevator constantly run*
ning.
JOHNSTONE HOUSE. CORNER MADISON AND
Dosplalnos-st.—Light and cosy rooms, with board, $6
and upwards; commutation tickets, $4.
LORNB HOUSE—2=O FHTH-AV., SOUTHWEST
corner of Van Buron-st.-—Good board, clean rooms,
spring beds, at $5 por wook. Day boarders wanted.
PARKER HOUSE, MADISON AND HALSTED-
X sts.—Board reduced to panic prices. Good house,
good table, and good roams, with board, at 35, 36, ami
#7 pur work. Day-board reduced to $1.60. E. 11, MO
ZART, Manager.
Sands house, ho and ÜBFlFtii.av.-elkgant
rooms with board, at rcasonablo rates. Transient $2
per day. Day board, $5 por week.
riIUE GAULT-A FEW FIRST-CLASS BOARDERS
X can be accommodated at this hotel.
WHEELER HOUSE, CORNER OF JACKSON AND
Vv Dourbnrn*s(s.; board $5 por weak; transient slpor
day; meals6ocents; lodgings6Ucents.
Country-
■ROARDING-YOUNO MARRIED COUPLE,WIDOW,
X> nr lady expecting conllnemeni, can have a com for ta
ble homo and good board cheap, In a private family, at
Irving Park, a miles out, faro 7 cents. Address M 66.
Tribune office.
flJTifloolionoous.
T)OAUDLN r O—sl6 PER WEEK PAYS THE BOARD
XI for two persons, Including a sulto of furnished rooms
and closets, on tho first floor; heated and koptln order;
convenient for (central) Chicago business men. Address
0 06, Tribune oflicu.
PURNISIISD ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN AND
X' lady, with board for lady. Address.Q 49, Tribune
office.
T HAVE A LARGE PLEASANT FRONT ROOM TO
X rent, with board, to n gentleman and wife; also, two
hack rooms to gentlemen. A reasonable price and tho
best of board guaranteed. Address M 66, Tribune office.
Ladies in delicate health, wanting a
nice quiet boarding placo for the whiter, address Q
46, Tribune office.
T* WO INTELLIGENT GENTLEMEN OF GOOD
habits, wishing a nloo quint privato boarding place—
tlio comforts of lioinu with privilege of aoolal family olrolo
—address Q W, Tribune oilico.
rpwo GRNTLBMIfiN CAN FIND A PLEASANT SUITE
.* of furnished room*, with tirst-oiass board, In an
American family of two, nt $7 a week, tiro and gas Inolud
od. Address III! 11, Tribune oflico.
BOARD WANTED.
BOARD-A GENTLEMAN WISHES BOAR!) ON
the North Kido for hlmnelf and wife. Hu wlllglvo
and require tlio host roiorciicci. Address, giving name,
ooatluii, and terms, T 35, Tribune oflico.
TJOARD —by a gentleman, wife, and
X) uauuhturof 7, Pleasant roam, with board; WostSUlo
preferred, east of union Parkana north of Ramlolph-st.
Address M 63, Tribune oilico.
•DOARD-A gentleman wishes board in a
J-> privato family, in vicinity of Union Park; good ref*
eroncea. Address, giving name, location, and terms, O
W, Tribune office.
I'JOARD—AND SINGLE ROOM, BAST OF STATE.
X) at. and south of Sixteenth, by iv young lady; room
must bo heated; retoroncua given, Address T 17, Trib.
Uno otlloo.
BOARD-FOR THREE ADULTS, GENTLEMAN,
wife, and non, in a privato family, on o»o of tbo ave
nues, A good prloo will bo paid lor llrst-olass accommo
dation*. Uofurcucca (given and required, Address M
El, Tribuno oilico.
BOARD-FOR SELF AND WIFE ON SOUTH SIDR
(no objection to CottagoGrovo or Oakland): state
tormu. Address P 27, Tribune oilico.
B‘ 'oatid-for'gentlkman, wife, and child,
in private family nu South (lido; terms must bo rea*
soaablo. Address U 8t», Tribune oilico.
BOARD-NIUEI.Y FURNISHED FRONT ROOM OR
Bidtu of ruoms, with board, fur a lady, oast of Statu
sad north of Twoniy-soound-sta.; terms must bo roasona
bio. Address (ilk), Tribuno oilico.
BOAUD-BY‘a YOUNG L*ADY~rEAOHER, NEAR
Union Park. Addrctiu K 2il, Tribuno otilcu.
B‘ OARD-AND FURNISTIED~RO6SriN - PUIVAfFj
family fur man and wife during winter; will pay Alii
a week; location not morn lhau 10 blocks from Po.t-Oflloo.
Address AIF, Tribuno otllco; reference furnished,
T)OARU-FOR A GENTLEMAN', WIFE, GUILD.
X) ami servant: must be in n privato family, In a good
location, and with tint-elans table. Address, giving lo
cation, price, etc.. It 13, Tribuno oilico.
BOARD-FOR SELF. WIFE, AND BABY, AT COT*
tago Grovo or Oakland, in a privato family; statu
tonus and accommodations, Address H 17, Tribune
011100,
T)OARD—PERMANENT BOARD, ROOM, AND
X> bod-room for gent, wife, and soui South Side pro.
AddroiSj stating terms which must be moderate,
•nOAUD— A YOUNG LaDYDESIRKH BOARD FOR
BOARD WANTED.
pOAUD-TN VIttVATB FAMILY.' NOUTH BTDic!
.L> for gentleman ami wife, wiihsoUa of uafiirnl>brl
trout rooms. Address, giving location, team, oto.. X ifl.
Tribune utllco.
Board -on the west sinr,-- FuriNisniS
room and board for gnnlloman an.l wife, in a private
family. Cloud roforcncca given. Address fl-u, Trlbua*
ofticn,
i>OARD—PLEASANT ROOMS, WIfirBOAUDTIS
Xj strictly private family of culture, by guut and wife.
H4S, Tribuno office.
noAiin -nv a young man of oood cuauau.
.1.) tor. In n jirlvato family on South Side castufStato*
at. References If desired. Is not pai lloularas to meals,
Addrusr. stating_in!c». O, Tribune ofllce.
FINANCIAL.
Baldwin, walker * 00. have funds in
hand for purchase of notes having short Urns to run,
socurod by roal estate. No. 7 Hawley Building, corner
Dearborn and Mndison-sts.
rtLALMH AGAINST HOME, KNICKERBOCKER.
ami Gnrmanln Insurance Compatlcs cashed by J, N.
WETILKRULL, ILO Dearborn-st., Room 11.
IA X PORITITION STOCK-l HAVE FIVE SHARKS
’J Exposition stock for sale. QUO. FORRESTER,
Room 49 Metropolitan Block.
FbUSALK-PIIUnTIAHiS MONTIS NOTES FROM
tfiltl.lKK) to $20,00(1, socurod on ual estate, worths
limes ihutr value: liberal discount. fcTEDMAN, POPS
& CO., ?ti East Madleon-st.
Foil SALE-COOK COUNTS’, BONDS. GEOIIQI,
SAW IN, Rooms 111 and 21 Exchange Building, corner 1
ot Washington and Clark-sts.
MONEY, TO LOAN-ON HOUSEHOLD FDBNIJ
turo, lionsos, pianos, and other good chattel so*
curlty. K. ROGERS, 177 East Madlion-st.. Room 9.
VrONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES,;
?m,My l , o^7f}!l .? b !° securities, and loans negotiated,*
byO. TONNIOLII’F, 1258outh Clark-st., Uooma.
MSHIiX T ,° LO . A . N ,P.?i„niAMONDS,
ivi. bonds, etc,, at LaUNDER'S private office. 120 Ran*
dolph-st., near Clark. Established IbM.
MSKS’nwWP nn E S? AT . I L I SEOUniTIES. M. O.
BALDWIN A CO., &l and 86 LsSallo-st.. Room 24.
Money roloan on real estate, or will
purchase mortgage securities. F. W. VOUNO. K.
It. cor. Madison anil i.aSallo nli.
"\if ONKY TO LOAN—ON COLLATERAL Oft REAX*
4?J. estate sootirlty, in sums of S6OO to SI,OOO. Address
lu 9*. Tribimo oflico.
rpd LOAN-A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS ON
X short time. Address, giving psrtlealars as to yuut
soonrity and amount wanted, M til, Tribune office.
mo LOAN-sl,ooo. FOR 90 DAYS ON UNDOUBTED
JL collatorals. Address P. O. Box lr>, CUy.
110 LOAN-SSO,WQ SSIO.OCO, SB,OOO, AND $3,000; 00
. days'tlmo, on roal-oatato security anil first mor»
gage paper. HAIR A CO., 17* LaSalle-at.
rpo LOAN—A FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS OH
w t°H'» ??o r /V ,1 i? I,nto * In amounts of SSOO and upward.
IMCASK, ReaperMlook, 9701a.-k.Bt.
TO, r.bAN-$3.000.3 1,700. OR SMALLER SUMS,
rf-vr 39 anti 90 dam on tlrst-olnsi oollatorals. J. W.
FAY. Loan Brokor. 133 LaSallo-st.
WANTED—SB,OOO ON INSIDE REAL ESTATE,
b T n « liuprorod; blbo, a real estate note oa
sl, »60. duo in one year, for sale, at it liberal discount on
Improvod property. Address 13£ d Mlcblgan-av.
tATANTED PURCHASE SIONKY MORTGAGES
-jL ,5 V° 1o » bout Blx tnonths. MOREY A MAGILL.
77 Clark-Bt.
WANTED-WB have applicants for loans
Ti/*ANTED-A LOAN OF $5,000 OR 810.000 FORFIVB
arßonflr " t ' o,OßS Improved property. Address K
G3, Tribune office.
WANTED— $25, COO IN ONE OR TWO SUMS. FOR 3
yearn or longer, on first-class rati estate security in
Bt, Paul, Minn., worth at least three times the amount
of the loan, ami rapidly Increasing In value. Will par 10
per cent Interest, and SI,OOO crnimil<slou. to principal#
only. Address by letter, MP3. Trlbcno office.
WANTED-MONEY IN EXCHANGE FOR GOOD
T T city property at nanlonrioes. J ddross whore an la»
tervlow cau bo had, M 83. Tribune otico.
T\T ANTED—S6OO FORlib — bXYB~A'f 3 PER CENT
l» pormontb, onproporty, cash vsluo three limes that
amount; none but principals need apply. Address Q Id,
Tribune office.
TWANTED—A LOAN OP SI,UCO ON GOOD, FIRST*
IT class security, for one or mure yoara; or, wlllglroa
wan who can loan abdvo amount a rteady situation and
security fur bis money. Address Q 69, Trlbuuo otlico.
WANTED— TO LOAN—S6,OOO ON "GO6*bITEXLK£
tatu security. Address F 90, Tribune office, naming
security and rate allowed.
WANTED— $2,000; SAFE AND PROFITABLE; NO
risk; will guarantee $3,000 in 6 mouths; state when
an interview cau bo had. Addrota Q 20, Tribune olllco.
WANTED - FIRST-GLASS FUROHASB-MONES
TT notes; no brukorage. Address Q 23, Tribune office,
giving full particulars aud best lorum.
WANTED— $1,600, r THREE YEARS ON INSIDE
properly, worths4,COO. Clear, porloctlitlo. Ad
dross, stating commission, S7l, Tribune office.
T\7 ANTED—IMMEDIATELY, go.uoo. SATISFAOT(>
it rysecurity can bo given. 23 no? cent will be paid.
Capitalists please address 11-19, Tribune office,
T\7ANTRD-S3.TuXFOR ONlXfb THREE YEARS,
TT on improved Inside property—now ronta for $1,01)1
per year; will give small commission. Also, $4,100, fori
or 3 yours, on unimproved real estate worth three (lines
that, amount; this la “gilt edge"; abstract* ready.
CALKINS & REMSEN. 169 LsSadle-st. '
WANTED-A TIME LOAN OF «i|,COOON GOOD IN
TT side city property, for which a liberal offer Is made.
O. H. WHITTLESEY, 9 Major Blocl;, 149 LaSallo-st.
WANTED-TO SELL TWO NO*TES, £6O) EACH,
T T secured by trust deed on Improved Chicago proport)
worth $3,000; will pay 2 per cent ooumilsslon; abstract
complete. CASH, Trlbuuo office.
T\7ANTED-SI,BOO ON SECOND MORTGAGE FORfl
TT mouths on improvod property; good margin; will
pay well for It. Address F 89, Tribune office.
C? 1 WANTED IMMEDIATELY ON GOOD
tDX.fJWUcIty real citato. Abstract to date, Addrota
POO, Tribune office.
q* nnfl T0 sw*«i WANTED for six oh
•pu.UuU twolvn months. Absolute security. Largs
interest and commisviou. Principals only, address A
BANKER, Tribune 011100.
non TO LOAN IN SMALL SUMS, ON SHOUT
<P*J. U v/Utlmo, to persons who can gisenmplo security.
JOHN CALVIN WALLIS. Attorney, ,t> Dcarhoru-st.
Q1 A non CASH IN HAND, to loan for a
vJ.u*vvU term of years, at 10 per cent iulurostand
commission. Applicant and scouri.y mint bo "gill
edge." Address, for flirno days, 211 77. Tribune office.
LOST AWa rOL'NB.
FOUND-A BAY HOUSE, ON THE 6TII OP NO
vombor. Tho owner can have by proving preportJ
and pajlng charges. THOMAS FITZGERALD, 4(1
Pulk-at., south of Central Park.
Found-one small dun .mark, which
tho owner can have by proving sumo and paying
charges. P. FLEMING, 16 Fullor-st.
TPOUND-A HORSE, WHIOII OWNER CAN HAVE
J} by paying oxpontos. No 046 Archcr-nv.
T~OST^MONDAY~NIGHT. NOV.' !,~FROM FARM
Jjon Blue Island road and Calumet Blvor, between Hal.
sted-st. and Groat Eastern Railroad, n small dark bay
colt. Just weaned, between 6 and V months old: no
marks, Also, a black homo. A liberal reward will be
paid for return of colt or horso. JOHN Q. SHORT*
ALL.
LOST-A GOOD REWARD WILL BE PAID FOII
tbo return of green parrot, lost on Friday from 331
South Halslcd-st.
LOST-BLACK-AND-TAN TERRIER ON.MONDAY
last, answers to the nanus of Jack. A suitable toward
wilt bo given by GUILDS & PRINCE, Bankers, 17S
LuSallo-st.
Lost— on Tuesday, nov. 4, a blaok house,
about I.COO lbs, hmo mi fore-foot. Any person ro*
turning tho same to MoKECJHUM. KIRKWOOD 4
TOWERS, Allport-at., noor Twenty-second, will bo ro*
warded.
T OST-310 REWARD FOR THE RETURN OF A
Jj pointer dog, half brown, half gray, brass collar, to
46 East Vanßuron-at., Room 2.
LOST-ON MONDAY LAST, A BUNCH OF KEYS
curing, with owner's name. Fluder will bo suitably
rewarded by leaving same at gato-offloe of Union Stock.
Yards, or Itlfld Stato-st.
T OST-IP THE PERSON 'WHO SNATCHED THU
XJ papers from tho lady’s hand on Friday evening will re
turn them to2i:i West Madlaon-st., how Hi bo rewarded,
and no questions asked.
Lost-in the exposition building, tours*
day evening, gold bracelet. Tho Under will bo ro<
warded by leaving it at oil ht-nte-at. L. Id. G.
LOST-A LARGE YELLOW ENVELOPE CON*
mining papers and prumlasory noros. Tho tinder will
bo rewarded by leaving it at 40 and 4d Rlvor-st.
LOST-THURSDAY EVENING, IN THE EXPOSL
J Hon Building, a lady’s fur collar (mink). A liberal
reward will bo paid by leaviuir thu same at COGSWELL,
WEBER 4 CO.'S, 1(15 Stato-at.
1 OST-A POCKET-BOOK CONTAINING SUM OF
Jj money, two keys, r.ndsomo papers. Return same to
80 South Pooria-st., and keep tho mouoy.
T OST-OX HaVdOLPH-ST. OAR 2.), BETWEEN
Jj Lincoln and Robey, on Luke, pocket-book containing
money, Finder will bo rewarded by leaving it at 739 Worn
Laku-st.
LOST-ON WABASH-AV., NEAR SIXTEENTH-ST..
a russct-lunthor vali«o, with owner’s name on racial
pinto. A fair reward will be paid (or its return, with con.
toots, to 003 Prnirlo-av.
Lost-out op buggy, north of six.
tounth-st., on Wab«sh-av.. about 6 o'clock Saturday
evening. 2 green boxes, coutulmugS ladles' trlmmod hats.
Tlio tlmior will bo suitably rewarded by returning to
KEITH BROS.
LORT-ON PRAIUIH-AV., YESTERDAY, A
black luce veil. Suitable reward for return to 1104
Bounu-av.
LOST-A GOLD WATCH, ON OR NEAR TWENTY,
soooml-ut. A liberal reward will bo paid fur it at the
Avonuo House, curnurTwonly-bocond-at. and Wabiuu-av.
d^^ l^'Y; rSLA^ , D~LrKVIHiTION’D (NO. 3) FOR
SSOO. A liberal rmvard will bo paid for its return to
UEdIIGEW. IHTTINOEK, 100 Doarborn-i.t.
QTUAVBD OR STOLEN—ON SUNDAY EVENING,
kj Nut.‘l, from 372 Olybuurn-av., a bay Horae, buggy,
and harness; horso bad a bienclt on lolt ride, uut shod on
bind feet; plain open buggy, wooden dash-board. A sun
ablorowtrii will bo pajd it roturued to Clark-at.
QTUAYED-FUOil IVn r ERSIDK ON THE AFTER*
Ououuuf Friday (last soon hi tbo vicinity of Harlem), a
blsok-and-tnn iomnlo torrler don. with oars closely crop,
pod. Tbo Tallin of the animal will be bud on her dollvory
nttbo donut in Uivorsido, or at tbo oQloo of Cm Evening
Post, 98 Dearborn-st.
S“‘TO*LEN“TiIURSI)AY EVENING, ABOUT 7 P, M„
a light bay horse, with star in forehead, acd two bind
feet wbiio: was hitched to top bugirv, and stood In front
of Mechanics' National Bank. A liberal reward will bo
paid for tbo rucovory of tbo same by ,T. S. TUSHO, Cashier
of Mechanics’ National Hank, northwest corner Lake and
LnHallo-ot*.
QTUAYKD—FROM CORNER ROBEY AND INDD
O nua-stm, on Friday evening last, a sorrel mare, with
burnuss. Addrou V. iCOHF, corner Rubey and Indiana.
brOLKN-A 80UAUK.IIOX BUGGY, PATENT
O wheels, silver mounted, painted black with gilt atripo*.
name u! (he maker ou back bar, VoUz i Brass. Chicago,
111. A toward of AW will bn paid for its return to 2(5 Won
PoIU-st, ROBEUTBRANDHUBEU.
OQ nuWAilD*-I.o'ST ON'KiNEIE.ST., BETWEEN
iti * Ul * fcxH’nday evening, a small bluo
black cloth oapo. Ploasu return to Hatch House and ru>
colve reward.
BUILDING MATERIAL.
UIOR SALK—ENGLISH CEMENT-100 BARRELS
X Portland, to close account, In lot* to suit, at 8(1.35 Par
barrel. JOHN WATSON. Room 39 Metropolitan block.
TBOll HALK-lOOM. RED PUKHRKD BRICK, HOUAL
cun Major Block, Room 34.
TpOn SALK-A LAIIGK LOT Of BASH WHIM HI
ffilMSlJt”* ' B ““’ *»*« o«U* par (mud, u nfiobl

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