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* 3 ;ax. estate. DAVISON A WELCH, FOS i «i3iedcaJ«r» and brokers. l-C I.aSalle-91.: **l?%' *4, 11. 39. 13. This land is on Fifty-fifth. >W Danville t Vincennes Railroad, I*s r- old city limits, and will pay UK) per cent In See. 15, 88. 13. oaSlltJ-lhird-K. j® »crt* to Sec. f* 37, 13, on line of Illinois Hirer H&U **!*icrt* la Sec. —* 131 oa °*’ B - A Q- R -> adjoin jJCliJo-, M . nt lots oa Ilarrison-et-, near Aberdeen, gg mining lots oa Wcstera-av., near Twenty fnt* 1 * «nd Io*» on Gro T elp.nd Court, oa lone time or 1 “Sane lor unimproved i-n perty ihc'dcea-st., near Harrison. * lct, .ad blocks in Sec. 10, 33, 13, on corner of Madison SCBtrKBAN RE. MONTHLY PAYMENTS S NEW Fwtsccsasd I&U on Swann*st.,ncar 1 urty-seveatb-st. iwvttworlbav,, containing 4 rooms, closets, kitchen w *l' terT water in kitchen, wood and coal house, Ac. of moderate means wanting bouse should fail to Railroad accommodation* to city and return Apply W F. R. WILSON, 210 Wash £<c=^_— SALE— 2-STORY FRAME HOUSE, EAST on Linceln-rt., between Adams and Jackson; * "T.prtK.fn, hot and cold water, Ac.; dear of incuw- - _ COUNTRY REiLI. ESTATE. CHOICE ILLINOIS-FARMS, ff 0R -CONTAINING k, £w acres. i'rruGO IMPROVED RE a ESTATE WANTED. V;JIU£L MILK, of Kankakee City, ill., odors for uiTi well-known Jams*, located on the Illinois Central ja Kankakee and Irouuois Counties, State of liZtrie "it and Beftr tbe '‘Blagcs of Cbebam.3 and Clifton, P-rti touts of Chicago; anu-ng the number is the “Miik s Grove Farm,” end the tarms and vTWßm:** od ' 6: * ds ore coreiderrd the ricnest aud "Productive m me State, and is ill be suld at the moat rates, la farms and tracts, as follows: _ -t Tins.'’ adjuiiung the thriving village of Che ,.-5 Kankakee Comity, and c miaixiiagbluacrest has dwelling cousL.e,-two ucod barns and extensive sad cribs; young orchard uf tw bearing trees; ptars, small iruiUs, and shrubbery; has four hUisWßJis; rich blsck-ltuitu soil; well hedged into 4(J • ceida; can easily be divided into two or tuoro ceslred. Aus person wishing to retire from busl. ilTial Lcate ia the Immediate vicinity of a beautiful ilucc tavi n C LltXipopalatija. four churches, excellent iceooli. cumerous stores and other business i\~4, gzi having aii tho facilities 01 railroad and mails, '*Scjltlarm” a very plcaivaat and prutila- reeiticncc. Farm,*’ eltustcd one mile northofOhe t.-tft/iaKaskalu'j County, aud contains33oacres: large duelling houve; gjod and extensive out-build- anu lariity oreaard ol 7i»o bearing tr«*cs;other •Zl'id tvarlj ad kind', shrubbery, ic.; good wells for tiuatS »tock; well fenced and bcugod; a tightly, yleas - 1.. prMiQctive, and desirable farm, • 7 un«cam Creok Fami, ” located SM miles south of rtjiian-, and !>} miles aartb of tiia tno pretty village of faho:. cn the Illinois Central Railroad, in Iroquois i.mu. and contains 760 acre?; has two good houses,— tfatro-eloo’itfjeolheroueaad a ual/, iViblM,sheds, -jcrrc.9; line young orchard of 700 bearing trees ;abna ixit 0! small fruits, shrubbery, Ac.: supertur black sell watered and bodged, ana improved in tue best rri«: as exceiieut lunn, aud can be advantagooualy di ifnsco'iarv. •'WteslorFarm,” situated about i miles west of Clifton, Oounty r accl cuat-iaiiaß all under tbo t£7riuicultivation; good bouse, large barn, extensive £eii, cribs, and yards; well tunced and hedged: durable n;er; rich, rolling land; young orchard ol SoO trees', just hearing to bear cuoicairuit; small froiu and shrubbery; iifltlj location, protected on tbo wait and north by a luidiul grove of young forest trees: a lip-lop tarm, and I pue tor any one. b* saw proceed to mention the celebrated ** MILK’S GROVE FARM.’* ci tie farms and lands around it, to-wtt: This farm is loud la Milk's Gtovo Township, in Iroquois County, fsitoewt and south of Chebunse. and 7 miles uuno uS*«t of Clifton, and contains 1,480 acres: has a largo udesavenient farm-house; a blacksmith-shop; weign h-a md scales; a large barn, with basement; extensive otnsp-huuso and stables; cribs, and yardage for 1,200 attle; t*o large, well-grown orchards of £.OOO trees, tanng In abundance; grapes. cherries, and other tail Jroits: beautiful shrubbery; about 200 acres u woodland, consisting mostly of oak, hickory', li«k walnut, and some other varieties of timber; lino, r.cc, rolling land; there is a small lake here, some 40 ices in extent, which affords good water tho year round, trtides numerous wells and springs; one windmill for yaaipin* wster for stock; no better farming lands or iiocx-isna in the West, as all who have examined it will sliest; good crops of all kinds in all seasons; thor ough!} hedged and fenced, and easily accessible by roods oa etery »;de xud through it. It is oficrod at a great bar pda. t3T Any one wishing to purchase more land, to divide rlth txjnily, or friends, or a colony, or for stock* raising, I,WO acres adjoining can rcaciily be added to this Ct/bio Jarm. “Spring Fsna. 11 located about" miles west and south ofChcbiase, adjclning tho “Sink's Grove” farm on the eist. and contains 64U acres oi choice, rolling land; el«- (cu Two-i:ory farm-bouao; commodious bam 70x100 feat, apsble of holding UO tuns of hay, stabling 200 head of cxule, or sheltering 2,000 sheep; hne, choice bearingor etarx), c! Tul trees; email fruits sad shrubbery; ar*inclal Kre of forest trees; farm well improved; watered by a S springs and wells; fenced and hedged in the best cuasr: a most desirable and pleasant homestead. "Eumcano Farm,"alsoadjoining tho “Milk's Grove” 1 hra cn the east, and contains £*} acres; largo two-stnry 1 hna-heure; extensive stables, sheds, md cribs; weigh f ntlcs.xnd Wiud-mlli for watering slock; excellent orchard 1 sJl.uh bearing trees; small fruit, shrubbery, Ac.; well . j Irffed and fenced; nne, rolling land, under ftm-cltsa ■ I c;irortsaant; no better farm in the Western country. 1 "Hedge Farm.” on the southeast side of the “Milk’s Srtrsi ” larm, contains 3£o acres under good cultivation c4sell improved; has a nice ctory-and-a-half dwelling- Lft*e f gooa bam, cribs, etc., hue young orchard of tcO rra >u»t beginning to bear; plenty of small fruits, shrub ley, etc.: nrst-classsoil, durable water, well hedgedaud •seed; a favorite farm. Firm No. 9, adjoining tho north side ** Milk 1 # Grave* 1 ms. and contains 32u acres, under fine cultivation; large : «* 3-story fami-bouso-stables, cribs, etc.: well hedged ulfcncoa into 40 aero lots or holds; one well; a choice, j tniaiuvM farm. i finh No. 4, on eouthcastside “ Milk's Grove•• farm, .( catalniSXJacres, nnlicprorcdifirst-claaalaad, doepsoll, •;j tl well adapted to grains and grasses. "f isrma Nns.2l. Co, ho,and S.'.ot ICO acres each, adjacent id Rffie “Milk’s Gro\o ” farm: well improved ; high, rolling 4j Uoi; rich soil; good, new houses; stables and cribs; ■'j :;c-U hedged into 46-acre fields; good wells of water and he»r conveniences. These are excellent farms and can til fail to please. ■j Eimu Nos. J9, 22, 46, and 47, adjacent to “ Milk’s IJ Griie" item, and containing each ICO acres, partially improved; good houses reci-ntly built, stables, etc.; . : r.in, deep soil; good for all kinds of grasses and grains, ptrasalarly corn; never-failing wells of water; No. id "isSnuU and pawn, firms Nos. 31, 32, and 33, of IGO acres each, west tide of “Milk’s Grove'» farm ; unimproved; high, rolling jnir.s; very rich blue-grass lands, and admirably adapt ti to all kinds ol*grain. FsmisNos. G, 7, and S. of !&} acres each, unimproved; fetp. fertile soil, and well adapted te corn and grass; pn> meadow lands. k (arms containing SO acres each; choice, unimproved tii; well located; the best of soil; excellent for all bats of grasses and grain—corn in particular, firm No. containing 60‘acres: very rich, deep soil; tfccd and improved: without buildings, firm No. SU, containing 40 acres; splundid land for all nrh ul crops, but unimproved. Ths route ot tho La:ayelte, LaSallo A CUr.too Railroad Us boca twice surveyed tnroogh nearly the centre of Ltse lauds, during tho past year, and work la expected to teooamuQced cany in the coming spring and the road SttapkiM at no distant day; there being only 120 miles to laiki. When hnishod the road will connect with all the juaclpol railroads leading Ea<t and West, and North and >xth. Tho tewa-hoase at Alilk’s Grove is located upon tbe«« lands, near which it is also designed that a rail | raid dfput and ataxlon will be established in dno time. Wins abite farms and tracts, if not satisfactory in thelrpretcnt deicripiioa, wili be properly divided to suit Krchaun. The prices will ba governed by the quality, k-catioa, tnd Improvements. Abstracts furnished to all fuchucrttoshov Utlo perfect, or no sale. THKMh OF PAYMENT—One-quarter to one-half of tbs purchase money cub on delivery ot the deed: balance la yearly poymsms to salt purchaser, secured by trust deod on the premise*. EXCILaKUK-Oos hundred thousand dollars 1 worth of InproTed Chicago real estate will be taken in part p&y- SBflat lut the above lands. Onohne residence wanted, on Aichlgao, Indiana, or Prairio-av., between Twelfth and also. 30 or 40 cheap improved '•~hc*fo effj leu wanted, in exchange far a part of the ahose-uewribed small farm* and tracts. .Cf/fAGo Messrs. GEO. H. and T. F. Real Estate Dealers, Booms 3 and 4 , No. ÜBWadihJgtoD.st. For fertter particulars, address LEMUEL MILS, at taeotssc, iroquof? Coaaty, IU„ and ail inquiries will bo psaj'Ur answered, Persons vLitlng Chcbanso to ex *amt ttese farms and tracts will bo shown over them, u to/ ted«»ed, without expanse, rosjcseloa given either immediately after the sale or by *b« lit of March next. CHTRaycg. Hi.. MaichSL WB. SALE-IWO ACr.FS OF GOOD PRAIRIE , ,V? Pntnim enj Sullivan Counties, Mo., in good we »ei.-wnned settlement. Also, Ifia acres in Harri py,u ]Ji la., only IW miles from station on N. W. B. and cheap for $5 per acre. Or will exchange si, or part inr stock of general merchandise or Chicago Prsptny. Gallic equity. CaUatMassasclt Honsof dar*. frsldirnß. M. MOORE, Chariton, la. pOE SALK_on EXCHAIIGn-FARMS-TTIt HAVE p ,* ‘>hllhtof splendid fsrtus within 20 or 60 miles of .Seme highly improved, some partly improved, «Q«aae m wild gras«, bnt rich, dry land, at from $25 to if?? ef , 6^ re » a °d vsriiag in size from to 320 acres. f**jiiwu.ca we will trade at cash price* for houses and m^?,?r.9 cap Caicavo, and awame Incumbrances. G. 1. WQEEFCO.. 123 LaSallo-st. pt® SALE-OE EICJ.afiE-T.M ACRES IN % County, 111., at from $3 to $25. C- * crcs la Bffingiiam County, XU., good prairie *Urem SSi o ii£per sere. ia ilaricn County, HI., at from $6 to $lO forms, 80 miiss south of Chicago, lon fa Sooth Englewood to exchange for horso and ygp* JOHN R. LEWIS, 43 East Van Buren-st. P°®S AIE -i VFHV DESIRABLE CODNTRy u r ~ ree ir,® BC *» brick, in the City of Waukegan, wither rrr** ifie above place I will cheap for cash or its NLTHeat. Inquire of E. M AKIERRE. ICM Pzairio-av. pCaSALE-Aon ACRES good farming lands •r « i?!,*hra»ka for §3 per acre. Title U. S. patent. ihG.JBANKIJN. LS Dearborn-st. POB sale-ok F.SCHANGB-S3O ACKKS IOWA I.ad! on lino of IS. tM. K, I!. WU! toB for nr forfncumb«red city or suburban prop- W. THOMAS A BEMENT, IS2 LaSalle-fit., PORSALI’-OB EXCHANGE—A FRUIT FARM OF fc?d^? erc5 * :^t ' Jotaph, Mich. Will take city or *u "ud nseuwo Incumbrance. B. W. - —A BBMENT, L 72 LiSatlo st., Room 5. POHSAIE-EEST, OR EXCHANGE-A GEXTLB AC.« »v Ipm ot 92 seres, well improved, half mile from ygfrMLca. J. K. ROWLEY. la 2 Dearbom-st. pOE SII.E-THE BEST STOCK FARM OF ISO tofc«TJ!? 13 Illinois with artesian water. For terms and address Room g, m n^,h n i-n..r. __ A SET,- 3-RUX lin.L. 3-KTO!IY,WITH Ida, ljr?J ,a 3Baeiit, at a bargain, with 25 acres of land. ru? M : XP. T Particulars address J. WOLFF, <8 —ykrk-st., Mutual Life office. PlSi'’. A . L ?- S . PECD I-\TOILS WAKTDfG EPLEXDID •tiLß?^2j ra ° tR *' faiths greatest State in America, for prices aad good title, may call cn BROWN tia;k. g t.. Room *B. P-OP- EXCHANGE TOR CITT HEM^v y, tiTh?. crc frcit farm at Geneva, 111, . IRA N. M Room 15. F'°L^-. i ‘ e -BY OWNER. W. J. DAVIS, 113 MAD irorwd. J”? tine U’Tn ir. lowa, thoroughly im- ol flan fruit-. bo,ill tract ''^w^S^u^ nth " asr ' IO "- rama noir ?°^ i f^ L Jvr SPL ? vurD FABM OP 2CO ACRES. J. a *-2 d oteberfa. la tils vicia •- —parent A tS, Tribune office. ‘'pStxS^i o ®. EXcH’NGH FOB CHICAGO Ate ten?/ fi? 116 . Jxra of 43 acres on the Kan* a, WlflfvT tm 1 *“fl 0 * from the City of WUming *&iZs Jtif “ fcc » beautiful country Kff ’ EMBuf luMLBS EGLEDEW. 132 Li 2 , T0 EXCHANGE-OVER 300 REAL ESTATE WANTED. WANTED-TO PURCHASE-HOUSE OF # TO 10 rooms, on leased lot* West Side, near Madison-st. Address, giving description, B T, Ro* city. \V r ANTED—COTTA GE AND LOT IN' a GOOD »i neighborhood. West or North Side; most ron to al ley, and barn preferred. Con pay one-third cash, balanoo in annual Daymen's, State price and whore propctiyls. Address ir6s, Tribune office. WANTKD-UOUSE ON LaSALLK-ST., NEAR CIII c«go-ov. f worth SI2,OCW to $15,000. Owners please call on STORKS A WaKE, 94 Wasuiugton-et, IV aNTED-COTPAGR OF 6 OR 8 ROOMS ON *) North Side, for a good paying tenant. J. S. GOULD A CO.. 119 Dearborn-st. WANTED— A HOUSE OF NOT LESS THAN 8 rooms, on South Side, orTtclnity of Hyde Park; to move from lot. T4, Tribune office. vy ANTIiD-HOUSES ON THE SOUTH AND WEST T» Sides for cash customers; haring calls every day Also, to lease, good tenant, a farm well crocked. LORD, BRIGHAM A CQ.. 13 Mcthudlsi Church Block. \\T ANTED—BRICK HOUSE AND LOT ON ADAMS ', or ilonroe-st. in exchange for. cheaper property. Will assume incumbrance. D. LEONAJU), iT9 liast Madiron-st. VVANTED-A HOUSE WORTH £9.000 TO 813.000, }t on South oreat Side, to Lo paid for in coed lots at Sooth Englewood, at a low price. i£. T. SDMWALT 1C sloajuo-s;. ' YUANTKD-TO PURCHASE, FOR CASH. I.OM I r acres of cnoap Indiana or lowa lands. Must be 81 or lets per acre. Will ask no qnnstions about the quality of jsiui, but must have a good title. Address O *9. Tnb un3od.ee. \y*xr- V--ED-A LOT BETWKIiN CIUCAGO-AV. AND . Divi.uon.it., on Larmboe, Sedgwick, or Markct-sts. Terms, Si,GUO to SMWcash. Apply at ta Sontb Canal-eu WA-NTKD—TO BUY A LOT~ON ADAMS, «oq, or Moaroe-sts., between Westem-ar. and Kobey. Must bo great bargain. Mention price and loca tion, or coailuiiiuo given. Owner address K €9. Trib* nun office. AyANTKD-COTTAGR and LOT, WEST side. »» $2,000 to *2.t(Xi. Will pay s3U)to SSOO down, bal ance is easy annual payment*; or Mould purchase vacant lut of party who could furnish acaaa to build. Adores* L2A, Tribune office. AyANTED-FOU CASH-ACK£ PROPERTY IN »» Hide Park, Lake, or Calumet: owners only neod apply, Dearborn-si., Room 11. WILLIAM HARTY. WANTED-REAL ESTATE—ENGLEWOOD LOTS and some cash for fine brick residence In Aurora. 111. MaXEY, EDWARDS A CO., Room 25, 152 La- Salle-st. AyANTED—TO BUY—A COTTAGE AND LOT it near cars, on small monthly payments, not in the neighborhood nf Bridgeport. Audreys, with (ad particu lars, 15, Tribune oinco. TATANTED—A HOUSE AND LOT ON THE AVE » r i*uo» south, and north of Thirty-ninth-st., worth about $15.0,1); will pay one-third cash. F. ii. BENTLEY A CO., 21 Reaper Block. A V r ANTED—A HOUSE AND LOT BY A PARTY 11 who has a good, permanent situation and can mako fair payment-', and give A 1 references, but without money to pay down. Any owner who would be willing to sell on above terms, if everything was aaiialactoiy, please address B 47, Tribune offico. WANTED -COTTAGE AND LOT NORTH OF Thirty-tifth-st. and east of State, worth about S4,OU»; will pay one-hail <v.sh, J. L. COUTIIELL, 12, 152 Darboru-st, AATANTED—FIRST-CLASS HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS 11 on avenue north of Twcmv-tiflU-at.; will nay all cash for bargain. J. L. COUTiiELL. Room u, 112 Dearborn-tt. WANTED —TO PURCHASE —4O OR 60 FEET, II with or without dwelling; must bo tomb of Twenty ninth-sr., north of Thirty-fifth, and cast of State; will give two lots In Hyde Park as first payment, balance In three yoars; prioo not to exceed fc5,000. Address H 97, Tribune office. WANTED-HOUSE, WITH SOT LESS TUAN 5 If aloeping-rooms, handy to stbam or street-can, worth from h4.CU) to $6,000 each. State exact location and lowest cash prico. Address K 47, Tribune office. WANTED—I TO fr-ROOM COTTAGE ON LAKE n chore south, or at Washington Heights. Stale terms. G9, Tribune office. WANTKD-TO PURCHASE, ON MONTHLY PAY -11 menu, house and Jot, or hoa.*e on leased lot. loca tkmcaatof Siate-st., price $3,000 to $6,1110, Email puy ment down. Give location, price. Ac. 1 moan business, and want to buy. Address H IS, Tribune office. WANTED-S OR 10 ACP.tS GOOD SUBURBAN II property, clear of incumbrance, for new «r-me dwelling on avenue. HENRY P, GEORGB, luG Fifth* av., comer Washlugton-et. \\T ANTED—IO, 30. 40, OR 60 ACRES IN JKFFER* 1 1 son, la Sees. 8, 10,16, 2'J. 22, 27, or2S: all cat-h- Own ers please call at 126 Dcathcra-st., Room 1L WILLIAM II ARTY. WANTED -FOR CASH, A SMALL. NEAT COT tsge, wi'h 4 to 6 rooms. near Lincoln Park, to be re moved. Inquireat No. £ North Wclir st. * FOR S-aXE. For rale-railroad tickets to a ll points at a discount: to Nr. Louis, £2 ott; New York. oft; Omaha and Kansas Uky cheap; others in proportion; tickets bought. W. F.XriIATI'ILLD, 77 Clark, basement. For salk-for dry goods store. 6 coun tore and shelving forfio-foctsiuio. 7libouthHalsted at., corner Kightdunth. For sale-cheap-a no. s hall’s safe ; good as new. Apply at Room 3, 127 LaSalie-at., or Room 14,165 Washington-sL FOR SALK—cheap, to be REMOVED LMMEDl atefy, storm-house, porch, door-stop*, and M foot of fence, inquire on tho ground, 4G9 Wes; Washington-st. For salb-fine shelvixgs, countek.desk. office-railing, and safe. Inquire at 547 State-at. FOR SALE-1 NEW BILLIARD TABLE, CHEAP. Inquire at &£ State-at. For sale-large burglar safe, very cheap. Rocm 6 Bryan Block. For sale-a black Newfoundland watch dog, 18 months old. Apply at 373 West Adams-st. rpon saliv-cheap-ic^all^s _ 6f~a“no~i I 1 oil furniture aaieh. Address H. j., Lake st., city. For sale-a full set patternmaker’s tools. 285 Eaat Divialon-at. I7IOR SALE—A LARGR DOUBLE BEAM FAIR -7 bunks’ scale, and a Forsyth’s scale and truck, and* fow'otner fixtaros of a feed‘store. Very cheap. Apply at 863 West Lake-st., near Leavitt. FOR* SALE—OR EXCHANGE FOR DRYGOODS, groceries, or horse and buggy, two 14 foot counters, two ll foot upright cases, walnut trimmed and painted white. Address, for onaweok, JAMES THORNE, Trib une office. EOR SALE-THE CONTROLLING INTEREST IN A good silver mine In Utah; also good silver mines and claims in Colorado, all cheap and on favorable tortus. JAMES H. HUGUMN, Real Estate Agent and Mine Broker, 97 Sonth Clark-st., Room 14. 170R SALE-A LARGE BOOK-CASE, CAN BE Jj- scon at Hand 13 Fifih-av. ■fTtOR SALE— NEARLY NEW. MaNRAL A URBAN 1‘ safe, combination lock, at half coxt. OSGUODA WILLIAMS, 63 South Canal-st. FOB SALE-a FINE BREECH-LOADING SHOT gun, nearly new, with two ruts of barrels. Price, $150; cost $250. inquire at No. 8 East Washlngton-st. pOR SALE—LAIT BOOKS-A STAND AND LOT OF lj text-books, latest ediiiuus. 14111 Indiana-av., or U 93, Tribune office. Fob sale - cheap a full-blood nett. foundland dog, la months old; well trained. Con be teen at No. 100 Hoyna-tE FOB SALE-CHEAP-SAFE, OFFICE DESK, AND letter press. Iho East Kimic-st. TJiOIt SALE-TO B BEMf VED, STORK X* building. Who takus it Apply oD. COLE A SUN, 133 West Madison-st. FOR SALE THE ENTIIiB FIXTURES op a merchant tailor shop, r Dy a party wishing to go East. Address E 33. Tribune omco. ipOR SAIjE—CHEAP IF TAKEN AT ONCB-PEW ' FI In Grace Church. Apply to JOHN MOliltlS, At torney at Law, IMDearborn-st. It»or SAiE-A large marion safe, good as 1 new, cost G. O. COOK £ CO.. £U and £3 Michigan-av. For sale-op, exciiange-the county and city nett o£ Peoria for the nso of the Boston Carpet Cleaning Machine. Inquire st 1013 iudlana-av. FOR hALB-A SODA WATER FOUNTAIN DRAW ing 1C syrups and 4 mineral waters; will tranc for small one, or horse and buggy. 53 East Kiuzie-at. 1?OR SALE —A GOOD NEWFOUNDLAD WATCIi- X 1 dog, for §25. Address H 29. Tribune office. 17»OE SALE—AT A BARGAIN—A SPLF.XDID WAL- X 1 nut bank counter and hxtures; nearly new; suitable for bank. Insurance, or other holiness. J. H, AVERY A CO., 143 Monroe-st. For sale-a fine arch to divide deug sterc, remple-room, etc.: al.io, ehelviag, counter, thow-caso. Call at 62 South Clark-st. For sale-new-milchcow, durhambreed, at 420 I'Mltoa-sL, between Ada and Sheldon. OR SALE-AN almost TABLE and fixtures for $175 cash, dirt cheap. Address D SI, Tribune office. For rale-desks -cylinder, cablnet. standing. The largest assortment at low ntices. be fore removing to our new score. A. H. ANDREWS £ CO.. ITOStafe-at. B-iOR SALE-OFFICE FITTING, OFFICE DESKS, office rollings, office chairs, etc. Good roods at moderate prfeos, ac factory, comer of Lake ana Jeder aon-sts. K. I>. MILLER. TPOR SALE-RAILROAD TICKETS TO ST. LOUIS. i 1 Kansas City, St. .Toeeph. Toronto, etc., Tory cheap. Tickets bought. 11. EINSTKIN, L< LaSallt.st. For sale-a handsome black walnut side-case?, suitable /or any bailors'*; co«t £U£); will be sold lor $373: a bargain, belling whole stock of trunks, bars, etc., at manufacturer's cost. 2W &tate-st. FOR SALE-TWO CLUSTER DIAMOND BINGS, for half ther value. H. H. HARRISON. 173 South Clark-st. For salr-w feet of shelving, counters and drawers to suit; also a good awning. Inquiro at 207 or 203 South Halsted-st. For sale-two billiard-tables, by p. MUR PHY, 44 «Jacluoa-*t., near Canal. Mill b*i scld cheap. FOR SALK—OR TRADE-AX ILLUSTRATED As trology in four parts. Ist. Explanation of Astrology, with table* foe beginners. 2d. Examples of tho science; how to foretell every Incident connected with yoar future life and fortune. 3d. Meteorological Astrulogy.;4th. Dis linction between It sad witchcraft; and witchcraft fully explained; la one large volume of over 1.100 paces. By E Sably, 11. D.. F. It. H. S., London, li 17. Only $f»0; ttor th §IOO. Address SEBLY, Tribune office. tttOß sale—a beautiful, young, full- Jp blooded Eequimaux dog. Ifeti West Madteon-st., third poor. __ T7«OK F AXE-PRINTING MAi*,. X- now; cost £63J; sold for half price. Tribune oCico. T?Oa SALE-1 COPPER GENERATOR, 3 FOTJN- A tains. fAn be bought cheap. Address PAUL HOWZS A CO., 34 Worth Oaaal-st., Chicago. riOR SALE—CHEAP—A BABY- V TTcst Aloe roc-st. 7TOBSALE-OR EXCHANGE—B M EVERGREENS, r 2to 5 feet; mostly Norway -pruce. Call or address ALFRED OSBORN, 161 LaSaaost., Room SL poa BALK—AT A BAKGAIN-A SODA-IVATER T nraanlnctorr complete. with »II Bpparattm. bottle, Ac., aad team., Adorers El. Trlboaa utlicq- X^OBSALE—CABPRNTERS’ TOOLS—TWO CHESTS P contaiaiag tail acta ot carpeif-ara’ tocia, to repaj aa 4a?c°-Apgiy to A. LIKENS. 27 Soath Canal-tt- FOR BALE-3 SHOW CASES, 1 AWNING. S tables, S kerosene chandeders, 4 ms 1 mens* drawer, and 1 pair of scale*, at ,20 Wabash-ar. LTDR" ij it U Ww i Jftckaoa-M. W AN «T ED _TL T0 »K»r-A GENTLEMAN AND fnL«.Jl)ft. witboi 5 t ? budre °- desire to rent a completely, farnished house of about eight or ten rooms, on South k «** J ron ? ay A* . Parties desirous of breaking-up blouse keeping can hnd a hrot-dass tenant who will taka’ office” 1 CSPB 01 CTCl T tb ine. by addressing MS4, Tribune WANTED-TO RENT-A FURNISHED HOUSBL »1 where a few hoarder* could be taken; would boarf owner for part ronU Addrca* 759 West Maoison-at., W ANl ]f iD — T0 RENT—I WANT A HOUSE OP 8 » ' lo U rooms, modern conveniences, located between oangamon. Kobcy, Washington end Van Bnroo-sts • will pay a year's rent in advance U the rout Is made low; small fraiy.ii ? cWWr»B. Address, giving location and price, Mo 4, Tribune office, • ■yy AJS'TKD- -TO RKNT-A HOUSE OF ABOUT 10 rooms* with modem Improvements, oa lot ec&arato from other buildings, good-sued jard, south of Eleb teeoth-at. and north oi Thirty-lint. Moderate rent, and no trouble about pay; house not for sale. Inouiro at northeast corner Canal and Efgbteemh-sls. WANTED-TO KENT-TWO TO SIX BOOMS, UN furnished,.soluble for dressmaking and light nouse keep; South Side. Address Dressmaker, Tribune office. WA-NTKD-TO BENT-FROM MAY Ist, SUIT OF furmsued tront moms, with good plain board, toe self end wife, in strictly private family on South Side, be tween Twenty-first and Thirtioth-st., east of State; price not to exocoa s<>o per month. References ezchaaged. Address .or 3 days BROWN E 51, Tribune office. \\T ANTED—TO RENT—BY TWO RESPONSIBLE »> tenant*, two bouses from May 1, on South Side, of 10 or 11 rooms. Best of references given. Propositions might be entertained for bouses on North Side, Apply Monday at No. 4 Hawley Building. WAVTKD— TO KENT-MAY 1, EV GENTLEMAN and wife, a amalkcottage or part of house, north of Twenty- second-et. and cast ot State, at a moderate rent. Address B 80. Tribune office. \\r ANTED—TO KENT—A MODERN BUILT HOUSE I* old or 9 rooms, between Twenty-second and Thir tieth-sis. Give location ami price. J. WARD ELLIS. Dentist, 209 Stale-st. Ay ANTED—TO RENT—A FAMILY OF 3 DESIRE It cue large or two medlum-sir-d unfurnished rooms, with a first-class family, wna board when in the city. Ad dress, with particulars, K 546 Mouroo-st. \,y ANTED—TO KENT—BY A FAMILY OF FOUR, 11 2 ladies au-d 2 gentlemen, two furnished rooms, with or without board, in a private family on Wabash or Mioh- Igan-ars., Thirteenth and Eighteenth -ste. Adurmy COJd- I-OUT, Iribuno office. WANTED— TO RENT—FROM MAY 1. HOUSE with modem improvements, about 8 rooms, in good location on South Side, south of Twcmy-secoud-et. and east of Butterfield. Andress H, 466 Buraaldo-et. Ay ANTED—TO KENT—FOR IMMEDIATE POS • I session, a pleasant cottage of ior 7 rooms, west ul UalsJcd-st. aud south ol Madison. Address J. McC., caro oil*. AV, Harvey, Twenty-soccnd-st. \\r ANTED—TO KENT—2 OR 3 ROOMS FOR STOR » I iag furniture and pictures, where th*y will be safe, and rats. etc., not at them; rooms noarTwenty-eecond st. Address c 2 Twenty-sfcond-st. W ANTED—TO RENT—S TO 8 ROOMS SUITABLE If for housekeeping between Lake, fioyno. Vanßuren, and Looinis-ata. Address E4, Tribune ottice. WANTKD-TO RENT—BY A GENTLEMAN AND If wife amedium-size, well-furnished bouse in good locality on North or Sooth Sido; do not object to suburbs; state location and prico in reply. Address A 15, Tribune. \\T ANTED-TO RENT—HOUSE NORTH OP TWEffl f I ty-nimh-Bt. and east of State, first-class with random Improvements, unlurnLbed. Would like owner to board. Satisfactory reference. A £3, Tribune office; WANTED—TO RENT—A COTTAGE OR MEDIUM* Tf size house on the South or West Side, ora suite©/ firet-cla*s rooms, untarnished. Address M 84, Tribune. U7 ANTED—TO RENT DESK-ROOM IN SOME good office. State location and price. J4, Tribune office. \\7 ANTED—TO RENT—BY A YOUNG MARRIED l» couple, Sor 4 rooms, between Fulton and Adams and Htlsted and AsLlaod-av. References unexception able. Address K 19, Tribune office. WANTED -TO KENT - A Vf GLL-FURNISIIED bouse on Michigan or Wabash-av., north of Twenty eecocd-st., where the family will board fur the rent, with ths privilege of taking two or throe hrst-clats boarders. Address S 50, Tribune office. WANT ED—TO RENT—A LADY, HAVING EXPE rionce, desires to take a bouse in a good locality, partly furnished, and board owners for rent, with the privilege of taking other boarders. Can give good refer ences. Address, for 3 days. B 25, Trlbhne office. WANTED— TO 11 ENT-EUKN IS 11ED. A LARGE bouse, modem style, first-class location; best of com and rent in advance. Address J 73, Tribune office. WANTED-TOREXT-BY ALADYLIVINO ALONE T » and renting furnished room;, from May 1, a bouso of Bor 10 rooms, on Wabasb-av., north of Twenty-second et., or well-located on crott>-utrce:, near tho avenues. Must be neat and In good repair, with modem improve menu. G 83, Tribune office. WANTKD-TO RENT-WELL LOCATED COT tages on Weal Side; have timi-class eustomara wait ing; can rent at once. Owners send description to G. W, MOULTON, 143 and 144 Dearboro-it,, Offiood. 11/ ANTED—TO RENT—A BARN. EAST OF ASH -11 laminar. , between Ufadlson ana LCK HART A bnAN, 70 WestLaku*st. WANTED—TO RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE AT IT moderate price, by gent and wife. Good care and prompt pay guaranteed. E 60, Tribune ofilco. WANTKD-TO RENT-BY A MARRIED COUPLE, a few nicely furnished rooms In a good location, euit ablo for light housekeeping. Address E SO, Tribune office. WANTKD-TO RKNT-MAT I, 3 OR 3 ROOMS FOR 1 » light housekeeping. No childron. References. Ad dreee, with particulars, D 99, Tribune office. \\T ANTED—TO RENT—A SMALL HOUSE OR FIVE »» or six rooms, partly or entirely famished, forhaueo keeping, in the violnity of U&icn or do Henan Pack; will rent for6 or 13 months: so children; good references furnished. Rent must be law, tut will he paid promptly, and best care taken of house and goods. Address, with full particulars, K 93, ’l rlbnno office. WANTED-TO RENT—CENTRALLY LOCATED— if a house or a floor of 13 or S) rooms. Address U 63, Tribune office. WAKTED-TO RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE IN »» or near Hyde Park or Kenwood, for 6 months from Mayl. Address, trim particulars, Kl3. Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT-BY MAY 1, THREE OR Jour rooms for light housekeeping, convenient to street-care. Small family, no children. Address J 37, Tribune office. 1 WANTED—TO RENT—A HOUSE WITH 13 TO 14 t v rooms, on South Sido. couth of Fourtcenth-st., oaet of Stato-st., or o& North Sido, wltdln five blocks of river, and eaat of Clark-st. Willing to pay a fair rent for tho right boose. Answer, stating tonus and locality, £ 19, Tribune office. WANTED— TO BENT—BY A RESPONSIBLE TEN anU a bonce with modora improvements, of 10 rooms, south of Kightoenth-st., north of Tweaty-nfth-st.. ana east of Stato-et. Address, or apply to 11. MANDI£L, Miohigan-ar. and Twontyse-conu-at, RKNT-A HOUSE OF 8 TO 10 V 1 rooms. Smith Side, east of Wabasb-ar., north of Twenty-ninth-st. Address, or apply to Fireside Friend office, 236 Wabash-av. TX/ - ANTED—TO RENT—WE HAVE INQUIRIES > V every day for houses to root in all parts of the city from S2O to SSO a month. GAGNE £ MOltlElt, 12 Metro politan Blocjc. TV ANTED—TO RENT-BY JUNE 8, A HOUSE OF if sto 9 rroma: one with bam preferred; location be. tvroen BaUted andlloyne, Harrison and Klnzia-ata. Ad drcea, stating terms In full, K. Tribane office. WANTED-TO BENT—A COITAGE WITH AT » r least 2 Heoplng-rootne, at a price sot to exceed par month. References and security given. Address 1C 39, Tribune office. T\/ANTED—TO RENT-BY TWO GENTLEMEN, A 1 1 nicely furnished elooping-rocm in a private family on North Side, east of Clark and south of Cuicago-av, Ad dross J. F, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-BY* A FAMILY OF 3, A furnished house near Union Park, or between Union Park and Sangaraoa-st. Address G £2, Tribune office. *\ V ANTED—TO KENT—BY A YOUNG GENTLEMAN * * ana wife(no children a smalt cottage or soite of rooms (furnished) in genteel neighborhood. To any parry leav ing tho city for the summer, and wishing house wcllcarrd for, would guarantee best of care* Good references. Ad dress C 74, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RUNT-ON WEST SIDE. BY A iv prompt-paying tenant, a nice, comfortable house of Bor9moms t with all ciodora improvements, rent not to exceed $m per month. Address K E E, Tribune office. WANTED— TO BENT-A SUITE OF THREE rooms in a business block down town, for sleeping rooms fur twu geutlamen. Address B 99, Tribune office. TTTANTED—TO RENT-A PURNISHED EODSB, »t and board owner, with privilege of keeping a few boarders now with me. References urst-olau. Address B 63, Tribune office. TV" ANTED -TO RENT -OR PURCHASE ON tt monthly payments, small house Tflth largo lot, in dedrable neighborhood an West Side. Address, with price and location, D 14, Tribune oibca. W A NTED—TO RENT—A LARGE. FIRST-CLASS VI famished house, east of Stale ana north of Twenty pecond-st. Would prefer to board owners. Address 83, Tribune office. 11rANTED—TO RENT-WEST OF MOROAN-ST., t f bowse 6to Ih rooms, good location, modem improve ments. by small family, prompt pay, first-class rotor encss, must be moderate. Address C £3, Tribune office. r\TANTIID-TO RENT-PART OF GOOD HOUSE, T» about 5 rooms, by Eastern family of four, on South Side, good location. Address C 9. Tribune tlflco. WANTED— TO RENT-COTTAHE-HOUSE, 6TO 10 rooms; roust be east of State, tenth of Twelfth, and north of Fifty-Crst-st*.; must have so*, water, %o Kent net to exceed $45 per month. Address BV 6, Trib une office. WAyTED-TO RENT-COTTAGE, OR THREE, ? I four, or more rooms, on or before May 1, convenient for housekeeping, br a young man and wife, Wes: Side preferred, best of rutcrcnccs given If required. Address giving location and terms, K 19. Tribune office. W ANTED-TO RENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE on the South Side, rest about $l,lOO, four iu fam ily, no children, would board the owner and family. Ap £ly to YOUNG A NEWBURY, Rooms 8 and 9 Bryan dock. WANTED— TO RENT—BT THE Ist OF MAY. A furnished boure or furnished rooms on the South Side. Address GAUBEKT A GROSS, IS2 Washington st.. Rooms IG and 17. TERIAL. NEARLY Address D ia, WANTED-TO KENT—A LARGE, WELL FUR nishcd houso on South Side. Hast be Would board owner, or par full rest. Address 0 SI, Tribune oflec. WANTED— TO RENT-COTTAGE NEAR POST-OP tice.east of State-st., between Twelfth and Congress, furnished or unfurnished. Address D 97, Tribune office. 1 \ rXNTKD^fd - REN^NSOCTOSIDE A GOOD V T nine-room house. JSCK2PE A CO., Room 2, S3 Wash* lngtoa-at. '-CARRIAGE, AT 40 WANTED-TO RENT—A NICE, CONVENIENT }\ cortege, or two-*;cry and, bs*ement, on Wester South Sloe. No. I tenant. Owners only. Address B 87, Tribune office. TV ANTED—TO BUNT—TWO FIRST-CLASS CON it nccting houses. laor Id rooms each, centrally loca ted, by a responsible tenant. Address 238 West Wash- Ingxon-st. tttantkd-xo bent-two ten-room houses IT south of-VadJson-a/.: femoral bounce from Bto 12 f«om« .tmrh ai(i«, uf Glsta-st. UItNSUAW 4LY, MAN, li! C,wbws-»-i BW»*- THE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: SUNDAY, 5, 1874. want; ’ED—TO RENT. • » class bonne, ta a drilrable Joeabt/ north of Ttr**n ffSm'ii IV’T? •Interna* Kl-wea, U required. W. o» WXLBKII, 31 i«tal TvTCiity.uitu*Bt. VVTANTED—TO RENT—BY A PROMPT PAYING Ad“? 4 H C^S°o4‘ M t ’ car W “' T "‘“ ioi - TyANTKD-fd RFN-T-ON THE” WEST smF Mi °°l la S°» with gas and water, for family of two’ office 47 4U ° r^*“Per moDtii * dross it 44; Xribtuw WANTED-TO RENT-BY A RESPONSIBLE TEN! » » ao., from May I. a roomy cotugo on West Side, in Brown bebool district; must ba nice location and hare f"v at Office of Keith riroa., 350 and LJ hast Madison-ot. : W ir~ :d—T( AN’ ' RENT -FURNISHED BOUBB BY * r mlitdie-Bgcu tentlcman and wifs; would board own er and three otncra only. Prefer avenues north of T»i»nfv. aoce.nd-Et. Address il 57, Tribune orticc. y^ANTKD-TO jA. j EBXT—LANDLORDS WHO HAVE rr Oona<»» to rent will find It to tbelr adrantaK® to not them la CAULFIELD’S Hx>us® Renting Aaaucr. Room 8» 145 Clark-at. WANTED-TO RENT—FURNISHED, OR P.\RT •' ly famished house; would board owner; privilege ol rc renting rooms. Ad dregs KB, 312 West Wasningtoasr. WANTED-TO RENT—A COTTAGE, OR 6 OB 7 r T rooms, for housekeeping; most be In good location. Address Hl9, Tribune office. \\T ANTED—TO RENT-BY A GENTLEMAN. WIFE. » T and small boy, three or four rooms for light house- Keeping, or would board with family or in neignborhood; must be near to stroot cars. Best of reference*. Address H 29, Tribuno office. \\T ANTED—TO RENT—HOUSES ON WEST SIDE; rr good tenants waiting. C. B. WILSON, 138 East Aladisvn-U.. Room 4. \\T ANTED-TO RENT-A SMALL HOUSE OR rr rooms on North Side, in respectable locality ;sls to sls per month. Address G 72, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-A HOUSE ARRANGED tor two families, iu good neighborhood, accessible to business centre; North Side praferred. Address or call on GRIDLEY A KLVSEL. 175 South Water-at. \\r ANTED—TO* RENT-TWO OR THREE FUR* n niched rooms suitable for housekeeping fnr young man and wife; North Side preferred. !•’. N. ATWOOD. 19 North Pcoria-st. V\T ANTED—TO RENT-THREE TO SIX ROOMS, • t pleasantly located, for llgat housekeeping. State location and rent. Address Gest, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-A HOUSE ON NORTE Side, south of Chlcago-av. and east of LaSalle-st,, with modern improvements; rent not to exceed S6O poi month. Address LLA, 144 East Lakc-st. TVTANTED—TO RENT—THE UNFURNISHED Paß * i lor floor of a first-class rosidenoo, or house of Bor 10 morns, convenient to a hotel orrestaurant. Must be north of Twenty-second and oast of Stato-sts. Address QUIGt), 1243 iadian*-av. Wantkd-to rent-may l one or two fur. nlsbed rooms on first or second floors In a private family for lady, gentleman, and two little girls, between hutcoulb and Tairty-hmt and oast of State-sts, Refer* ences given and required*. Address A. 143 State-at. \\T ANTED—TO RENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE OF » f 12 rootn«, and board the owner for rent, on the South or West Side, between tho river and Union park. In quire at 187 Sooth Clark-st., Room 6, on Monday. WANTED-TO RENT-FOUR OR FIVE ROOM! n for housekeeping on North Side, south of Chicago av. and cast of Clark-st., or on South Side, botweoi Twenty-second and Thirty-first and cast of State-st Rent from sls to $lB. Address M IS, Tribune office. TV* ANTED—TO RKNT—TIIREE OR FODU PLEAS- I r ant rooms suitable for light hnuseltoenius. Must bo pleasantly located, and rent low; no children. Address statlus location and terms D 3, Tribune otlioo. \\T ANTED—TO RENT-TWO OR THREE ROOMS, II north of Eighteonth-st, at .*ls or s2uamonth, to i good tenant. Aadrcsi.il 87, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-A SMALL COTTAGE. COM furtabiy furnished, went of WaLasb-av. end south of Sizteentb-et. Address M 45, Tribune olbco. WANTED— TO KENT—A COTTAGE WITH 5 OR. 6 rooms, in vicinity of Union Park. Send particulars end terms to B 17. Tribune onice. WANTED-TO RENT-HAST OF STATE-ST., near Jones or Haven Schools, a few rooms or mnali house, partly furnished, convenient for light hoasokjsp ing. Address, stating locality, etc., BADGER, 79 Jack son-st. WANTED-TO RENT-A LAW FIRM UP SEVERAL years’ practice la this city, dcslro to rent an office la a good locality, wuure thor c.v, pay rant, or part of it, by collecting rent* of ‘the bunding, or by performing other legal services. Best of references given. Addins* A £7, Tnbunc office. WANTED— TO RENT—A FIRST-CLASS FURNISH ed houso for a family of four; would hoard party owning bouse If desired. SNYDER A LKK, 15 NUuu Building, northeast corner Mnuruo &ud LaSaUe-sts. WANTED— TO RENT—3 OH 4 UNFURNISHED rooms, or part of a house, for light housekeeping. Rent not to exceed $25 per ra'inth. Locality, north of STteeatb-st., east of State preferred. If suitable, would rent (uroue year. No children. Address M 87, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-3 TO 6 MONTHS’ KENT IN M advance—Good house, 7to 10 rooms, modem im provements, no basement, south of Lake and cost of vV'cxnJ-ata. Address 1) 81, Tribuns office. WANTED-TO KENT-FOR A SMALL FAMILY it without children, a cottage, convenient to steam or street-cars. Kent moat bo reasonable. J 10, Tribune office. W RENT-HOUSE, FURNISHED OR " f unfurnished, on Wabash or MJchigaa-av. Ad dross, with fail particulars, M 68, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT—A COTTAGE OFTHREEOR If four rooms, with yard, for gentleman and wire. Ad dress .M 47, Tribune office. \\T ANTED—TO RENT—BY A PARTY WITHOUT it children, a cottage east of Union Park, and north of Twenty-hlih-st., rent not to exceed S3O par mouth. Persons answering state location and price. Addrees M 77, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-STORK AND BASEMENT ■» fora term of years, between Lake and Monroe, Franklin and MMs-sts. Apply to or address N, M. SIMuNDS, 36 Stato-sU WANTED-TO RENT—ON OR BEFORE MAY J, A first-close bfrase in thorough repair, containing 9 or 10 roofo", strutted cost of State, north of Tweaty-nftb, and south n( Chicago-av. Would prefer to rr* for a term of years. Family email and aii adults. Best of refer ences riven. Ba sure and give full particulars, and ad dress O 25, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT—BY TWO YOUNG MEN. A weU'lnrnishod room noar Washington and Sanga moa-sts. Addroes COD, Tribune office. I WANTED—TO RENT—FOR A SMALL FAMILY ir with no children, for six months or loader, a fur nished house of about 8 rooms, east of Wabuah-av. and north of Tweuty-tifth-st. Apply to SNYDER * LEE. Room 15 Nixon Building* northeast comer Monroe and LaSalle-sls. \\r ANTKD-TO BENT-A COTTAGE OR FLOOR OF • I sor 6 rooms, within one mile from the Court-H.-ure; North S.do preferred: email family; rent mt»' bo reason* able; willing to pay 3 months in auvauco. Address L fcj, Tribune office. \VT ANT ED —TO KENT-16 TO 20 ROOMS ON »T ' Sou'h Side, north of Foartoontb-st., In a good loca tion. Aadrcsa A 23, Tribune office. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND-A HORSE AT 473 WEST MADISON-ST. Owner can have the eome by proving property and pay lay charges. T OST-THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, AN 1J old portrait. Send word where I can come and not if, and pay for trouble. W. A. BARTON, 12Sj Wa bash-av. LOST-ON the corner of STATE AND WASll ingtan-efs., a pocket-book and memorandum contain* ins receipts ai d other valuable papers of so uso to any one battue owner. Librral reward for return the same to AIR. O’RlELEY'Bgrocery-store.corner Y&nßurcu and Franklin-st*. LOST-APRIL 1. A GOLD PEN, WITH IVORY handle. In a black c.%*e. The liadcr will bo well re- warded byrciurning to Alias MINNIE BURK, ItJ West Randolptt-at. LOST-FROM CORNER OP BLUE ISLAND-AV. and Taylor-st. a satchel containing time books and various papers; ilu reward will be paid and so questions asknd if the papers aud books aro returned to C. J. JONES, 620 Hubbard-st- T OST—FRIDAY, NEAR CORNER STATE AND X.J Twenty*fifth-sts, and to Wentworth-tv., a mink cape. Finder return It to 357 Uurnsido-st., and receive reward. Lost-a bundle op abstracts, deeds, and notes relating to property belonging to John Rncksor. Anybody returning samo to 173 \\ right-st. will bo suitably rewarded. LOST-A LIBERAL REWARD WILL BE PAID for the return of the articles stolen from house No. 15 North Sansatsoa-st-., on Thursday afternoon. No questions asked. Apply at No. 45 Lake-at., to W. G. FULLER. T OST—A BLACK POCKKTBOOK; BtOTO 870; THE JJ man soon picking it up will return to Tribune othca and save trouble. LOST-IN A COTTAGE GROYR CAR OR Be tween State and Dearborn-Me., on Randolph, a gold locket containing a miniature of an old lady. Return to 98 Randolph-st. or 23 Cottage-place and ho rewarded 82. LOST-WEDNEKDAY afternoon, one CAMF.O ear-drop, either In tho vicinity of Madison or Wa*h ingtnn-sts., on State, or In an Indlana-av. car- The find er will be rewarded by leaving the same at the office of the Methodist Book Concern, 57 Wushington-st. LOST-OB STOLEN-ON A MADISON-ST. CAR, going west, Thursday evening, between 6 and 7 o’clock, a small leather portcmonnaie, much worn, con taining $lO in bills, a gold pen, a key, and numerous memoranda of no value to any one bat the owner. A suitable reward will be given for the return of the portc motmaio and papers. S. Jd. LEAL, 117 and 119 SUta-st, LO ST -BE T W KiiN WASHINGTON-A V. AND MAl>- ison-st,, on Leavitt, or Leavitt and on Mad ison, a redo of money, one two 83, and balance orjes and twos, amount $35 to S3B; liberal reward. Address O 99, Tribune office. LOST— WEDNESDAY EVENING-A LONG BROWN carl, on Twclith-at.. between Newberry and Bine laland-ars. The finder will bs liberally rewarded by re turning it to 24 Newborry-av. Lost-velvet cloak trimmed with lace. March 26; reward given by returning earns to 729 North Wolle-sU T OST-A MINK COLLAR, AT OR NEAR THE ST. JJ James Hotel; the tinder will be suitably rawarded by leaving it at the ST. JAMES. Lost-a pair of cold kyk-olasses, be* tween 238 Morgan and 211 Halsied-sts. Please r-»- tarn to former number and receive reward. LOsT-ON MARCH 27, AN ENVELOPE CONTAIN log notes and other papers. A liberal toward will be paid for their delivery to undersigned. JAS. B. BRADFORD, 170 Fast Monroe-st., up s;ain. Taken up march a, and advertised March 24 and March 23 in tho Tribune, a brindle cow. ears clipped, hall of tall off. The owner can have her by paying charges to HENRY JERMICK, 797 Madi son-at. Q1 f) REWARD - LOST-A NEWFOUNDLAND Oj AJ dog, on tho evening of fho 3>lh of March, from P. MURPHY’S saloon, 44 West Jackson-st., near CanaL C? 1 A REWARD-LOST. ON MONDAY EVENING. V-iW March 33, attheM. O. R R. depot foot ofLake-st., a small black-nnd-tan dog, short foie legs, broad chest, and pointed, erect out oars, very quick and active; an swers ia the name of Jack; has small round bald spot on hind leg. Address G 12, Tribune ohicq. SEWING MACHINES, A GOOD RINGER SEWING MACHINE FOR GASH, or would take gents'fnraialung goods In excharge, address 1197, Tribune olfice. A BRAN NEW WHEELER A WILSON, LATEST improved, family tewing machine, now feed, im* provemonts and attachments complete, cabinet case, cost £3O, for salo st *45. No. 643 Michigan-av. ONE IMPROVED SINGER, ONE HOWE, AND TWO Grover A Baker machines, iato Improved, in perfect order, for .«ale below half price. 125 Clark-st,, Koom— _ 7DCRSONS WISHING TO EXCHANGE ANY" KIND _L of machine* for tfao New Wheeler 4 Wiir on, please address H 35, THbuno office. SINGER OFFICE OF A. J. MELCHEP.T, 215 SOUTH Halsxed-si., City Agent. Machines sold on monthly payments, rented, and repaired. Open evenings. SINGER • SEWING-MACHINES - PRINCIPAL OF fice. 11l State-st. Machines sold on monthly payments, or 10 per cent discount for cash. TVANTRD— B Y~ HOTG U K IN, PALMER A CO, 137 u and 139 State-st., one Grover A Baker Sewing-Ma chine. WANTED-TSE ADDRESS OF EVERY ONE WHO r T waots a sewing mar bins: to all tb«*e who answer this Ad - ■o re: TO EXCHAN GE. A KO. 1 GOLD WATCH. WALTHASL P, sTbXSt jP-.rainomeue, to todo lor a hugsj. CHAPE*, HI C.A9t Mil(UjOD-St* T\Rl7O-STORE WANTED—CITY OR COUNTRY, £i«J°£*? odauburb4nloUM ‘ l c&3h - Address DRUG GIST, Tribune cCico. HOUSE, BARN, AND TEN 1J acre* of land in tne City of Paxton, for city property; wm assums some Incumbrance. Cali cm C. G. BREED, from 1 to 4, Dr. Fowler's office. pkpJANT 8-STORY. M AIUSLE-FRONT HOUSE, ®ni Side lot. oniaenmbered; wortii SIC.CWL STORES A WARE, 94 Washlngton-st. I,'qß EXOHANOB-A LOT OS WKST WASHING m ' or * lot or house and lot on North Side. »ou:h of Cblcago-av., eastof Wells-st.: will nay difference. It any, in cash. WM. JONES, 96 and 93 E*xt Kinric^t. TTOR EXCHANGE-A $30,000 FARM, WOULDTAKE X sß.oooof inside or outside property. A £6.t00 farm, want, good house and lot, worth SAiJCO orsKi,'XO; both dear. Address la writing, li. T. bUiIWALT. 143 Monroo-st. * 1?OR EXCHANGE—TWO IMPROTED FARMS, ONE X of sco and one of 160 acre# and timber; will sell singly or together; hare artesian well, orchards, Ac., do, • gpleaaid stock fanns. H. M. SEAVEY, IW Lake-st. JJ'OR EIOHA.NGE-ETHAN ALLEN, TROTTING X stallion. Tor sale or exchange for rirst claw real est v«, fiyeanJold, very gentle, and faat;tobostTm*tCHAKLE3 N Aua Arcade Court stable tor one week, from lu to 4. Ji'ORKXCHANGE-ASPAN of young horses. X* will <ucbangs for lumber, tncrcoamllse, or real estate. C. C. MERKICH, BCS Indiana-av. r>OR EXCHANGE-OR sale-two octagon X swell-front 2-story and basement brick houses on Langloy-av., between ThtrLy-olgUia and Thirty-nintb-sfs., substantially built sod handsomely finished; all modern improvements, lb rooms, with gas, hot and coldwatcrin ail deeping rooms; stationary laundry-tubs; sewer on street lu be paved in the spring. Inquire at Room 24, 125 South CUrk-st.. or of J. M l WOOl>, No. eO Laoglcy-ar. For exoiianoe-or salb-tbe elegant doublo-rcsldeucc No. 80 Lsugley-av., 4-story brick house of 19 rooms. This is one of the best built and fin ished houses in the city; rootns all large; main story ha* iMicd very elegantly in bard wood; house feet; lot 125 foot deep to alloy; billiard-room, croquet-ground, aud every necessary to tir»t-claes house. The above for silo or exchange for first-class unimproved. Inquire at Room 2i, 125 bouth Clark-su, or of J, M. WOOD, No. td Lang loy-av. Good city lots to exchange for a first class piano. LUMLEY INGLEDEW, i£> LaSallo bc.. Room li. • t have a good pair of large Bay horses X which 1 wish ut cxchauge for a smaller psir or single ouo. Must be a nue stopper. Will pay tout cash. Call at roar of Lod WabasU-av. T WILL EXCHANGE A FINE RESIDENCE IN A X flouritbir^'owa ia loir* f.*r a-bouseand Jot ia Chicago. AJst) » brie- sturs ia muo pUco. A small incumbrance will bo a*mcied, or cash payment made. No one who does not mean business nood apply. Alho, fixtures for ft «win drug stoto wanted.Address 3 B O, 765 Wabaab-ar. WA:rj _ T6”t HA nu * , T-- I WAS- 1 TO TRADE A LIBRARY FOR A GOOD i buggy. F 79, Tribune office. T WANT A COTTAGE A NT) LOT, WORTH $6,000 TO X S7,(XJO, on bouth Sid*; will give soma money and doer prupeny st Washinjf.&n ileigbis. i£. X. SUM WALT, 143 Mouroo-at. T WILL EXCHANGE A NEW RANGE, OR FOR- X once, or an order tor dsntbtry, for cloth or merchant tailoring. A 77, Tribune office. fp6 EXCHANGE—BY HOI S KINS A CO., 112 DEA- R born-st.: $4,fcXJ 122-aero improved farm, near Mexico, Mo. SB,*SU, 250-acre larm, Sudslia, Mo. 5.0, Un’, L.U sera iaxiu, 2»5 milos £rum city. Sod-acre farm, CiayCa.. Ilf. SAOuO, 80-acre farm, DuWiUCo., ill. i'-',£w, 40-acro farm, adjoining rice town. s7,<lkj, 40-ccrw frui-, farm at(Nirbundale, RL 56,500, 8-acrc fruit farm. St. Jo, Mien. TOWN PROPERTY. 1.1.000, nice 14-room bouse. Paxton. 111. i3,£uo, splendid cottage, 9 rooms. Pax ion. .•*7,000, S store*; rented for 4'i:iW per year. »4.SOU, store, (building 100 feet long), well rented, £S,OUU, nico residence at Pekin, 111. Cl TV AND SUBURBAN. SL4CO, doable brick house, twu-story - All improvements, at lillis Park. S7,‘AO, two bouses on Sainpaos-st. and Aahland-av. $5, MO. nice house, larga lit, at Illasdalo. 55.000, rood 2-story cotcsga at Jefforsoa. 45, £t(», k-aiory and basement, 12 rooms, all modern im provements, on Twunty-umrth-st, city. All above farms to exchange (or merchandise or sub urban proporty. Cityprvpeity for farms; tows property lor suburban. Call and investigate. TO EXCHANGE—FOR BUSINESS BLOCK—RES I- X denco on West Wavhiugton-st., lUOfeetoo State-st., audhd acres near Clarendon Uiils: ail unincumbered; will pat in from $12,100 to $20,(V0 cash. F. A. BRAGG A Co., 146 Dearborn-et. rpO EXCHANGE—FOUR LOTS NEAR HUMBOLDT X Park as partial payment for building material; bal ance cash. Address G 75. Trtbane office. TO KXCHANGK-COSY 7-ROOM COTTAGE, LOT, X and barn, near Thirtieth-**.,water, gaa, and sower, for caih, suburban or oily lota, nico express rig, and baggy. Address G £9, Trlbnao office. rpO EXCHANGE-CHOICE SUBURBAN LOTS, X with a trifling incumbrance, for a stock of groceries in good locality lor business. Address 11 IS, 'Tribune •O EXCHANGE—2B-YEAR LEASEHOLD, RENTED for jSH.tVd per annum. Will toko stock of hardware. A. BKaUG A CO., I4G Dearborn-st. fPO EXCHANGE—A WELL-LOCATED LOT, 30X130, L for h<.use aud lot; will pay difference in cash* Ad dress K 23, Tribune otrico. T p 6~ EXCHANG2^O~NKW HOUSES AND LOTS IN X gued American neighborhood on North Bido for build ing lots on West bide: value $7,700, incumbrance S3,7US; in 5 years. Address K f*S Tribune office. fPO EXCHANGE FIRST-CLASS RBSIDENCB X propony, clear, njarblo fronts, JB,OOO, sK.oo®, or $25,(C0. for good building lots, clear, a. B. BOWLKS, 15-1 Wasiungnaa-st. fPO FXCH ANGR-75 HEAD OF THOROUGHBRED X cows and lino improved farm 8 miles from Topeka, Kau,, all fenerd aud cultivated, fur a house and lot in city. WORK A MILLER, 171 East Madisoa-st. T\r AN t ED—to exchange-lots or trees Tr tor lumbar or homes. Call at No. 38 West Wash- Inytoa-et. 17' OR i'XCH \NGE-$13,000 SUBURBAN PROPERTY i; tor a gred improved toriu wiuiln 50 miles of Chicago. I>. Ilit.Vßr SlihllJON. ICS tt'ashigjUjQ-at., Room 3. rro EXCHANGE-GOOD LOTS* FREEIjF XNCUSU X bracce, for a good horse and top buggy. Addrsai K 91, Tribune office. rro EXCHANGE—A LOT AT SOUTH ENGLEWOOD, X will take furniture or a new organ ia part pay. Ad* dress W G X>, 795 Archcr-ar. rpo EXCHANGE—THE EQUITY AMOUNTING TO X about ,* 15,000 in several new brick dwellings inside city limits, south; will bo ottered for tv good improve dun incumbered farm within 7b miles of Chicago. Addiesa Y 27, Tribune office. rro EXCHANGE-WHISKY, PORT AND SHERRY X wine in bond lirr inside lots or acre property near this city. Address H 13, Tribune office. rpo EXCHANGE LOT AT CORNELL NEAR X Watch-Factory for North Side propjrty east of Clark ft.; will I'sumo incumbrance or pay some cash. T. B. VANWYCK. Room 2 Oils Block. rpO EXCHANGE—A FRUIT FARM OF 123 ACRES X near Benton Harbor, Mich., for boots, shoes, cloth ins, orgood city property. Address A 65, Tribune office. r pb EXCHANGE—SOME FIRST-CLASS INSIDE X lots (Humboldt Park) fur a .stock of groceries. Ad dicts OWNER, 5C6 Michigan-ov. TO EXCHANGE-NICE RESIDENCE AND ONE acre of ground, on a good street in Englewood, for 10 to 33 acres not over 1 mile from depot on one of the North western Koada. S. W* KRQFF, 145 LaSal!e*»t. rpo EXCHANGE-A FARM NEAR PAXTON, ILL.. X and some suburban bus for inside property. Address or call at drug store, 2C2 SUto-st. rpo EXCHANGE— IS 2 ACRES SOUTH AND NEAR X Blue Gland. between Iwn railroads; tiaeiy located for subdivision; will take residence, farm, or other good pronerry. LAWRENCE A MOFFETT, agents for own er, 181 East Madison-at, TO EXCHANGE-7, COO ACRES NEAR THE UAN nibai A St. Joseph Railroad, in Chariton Coonty, Mis souri, unincumbered; rained at sl-iu,ouo; improvements valued at 415,(00; orchards, plow, meadow, prairie, and timber lands; brick dwelling, cost 47,000i1hr00 tenement houses; frame barn, with stone basement. Will ex change the whole or parts, assume incumbrance and pay ca*>h. Improved city property preferred. WM. D. FAL.MfcH, l-dsLaijalle.se. TO EXCHANGE—FOUR OCTAGON BRICK DWEL lings, large lots, tine location, on South Side; for vacant lot* and cash. C. 3. BURDfCK, 71 Dearbom-at. rro~exon ange-ndus ks and choice grovb X lots at depot in South Englewood to exchange lor farms or other property- L. A. GILBERT A CO., 2ul LsSdlle-at,, basement. rpO EXCHANGE-ONE FINE IMPROVED FARM X near Topeka, Kansas, and four la Illinois, to exchange for city improved or good suburban- L. A. GILBERTI CO., 2W Lagalle-st., basement. rpUADE OR SALE-NEW COTTAGE LEASE—FOR X toam and wagon in part, with privileged buying lot. 352 Boulield-st., comer Thirty-hrst. rpo EXCHANGE—23 LVDIANAAV.. EAST X front, near Twcnty-third-st., unincumbered, for 50 feet, east front, north of Thirty-tifth-st. and eaa» of Ws basb-av.. and pay dlderonco. JAMES is. GOODMAN A CO., 73Dearborn-st. rj’O EXCHANGE—WANTED TO RENT FOR A J. year from May 1 a cottage, or room* suitable for housekeeping, la exchange for oil painting*. Addre«* or apply at Room 7 Art Institute Building, corner Michigan* av. aud Van Bhron-at. fpO EXCHANGE-HOUSE .AND LOT ON HUBBARD- X st., near Elizabeth. Will exchange for unimproved city real estate. 155 Waeblsglon-st., Room S3. Mb EXCRANGE—A FARM. ISO ACRES, CARROLL X County, Mo., near DoWitf. (would assume 51.(XX) incumbrance and pay *1,0«!0 cash) for city property; im proved preferred. PHiNNEV A LOMBARD, 133 La- Salle-st. rp6 EXCHANGE—I2O FEET ON WEST WASHING- X ton-st., south fr-jat, near U'estnrn-av.. for stock of teaser fancy groceries STORES A WARE, 34 Wash ington-st. rpo EXCHANGE-FROM I.COO TO P,CK» ACRES A Georgia pine lands tor farms. lands, city or suburban improved or unimproved property. Will assume lacum braaco. J. F. LATSHAw, 79 Dearfcom-st., Room 13. T~ o ‘£xcnXN(;i:-TwbVsToii.Y Asa eßiik.nt brick north of Thirty'*eveiitb-at., east oi Vm cennos-av., for cash and nninentubered city or suborban property. L. H. WOUDIN, 169 Clark-st.. basement. TO EXCHANGE-I,ooo* ACRES OF CHOICE selected land In one of the best counties in lowa and money for a good stock of merchandise. Address C 49, Tribune oftco. r EXCHANGE-IMPROVED BUSINESS PROP erty in the burnt district, on the South Side, for an incumbered real estate worth £40,000. Address D 34, Tribune oificc. r EXCHANGE-SOME GOOD CITY PROPERTY for farm within 1< U miles from Chicago; al«o splendid farm* to excbanca for city and other good property. BRIGHAM AbTEVKNS, 13Methodist Church Block. r EXCHANOE-A FINE FARM OF 39 ACRES, clear of incumbrance, for furniture for tea-room house, new or second-hand, If in good condition. J. H. AVERY A CO., 143 Monrve-st. TO EXCHANGE—4rO ACRES WELL LOCATED farming land®, 7u miles south of Chicago. J. K. WHEELER A CO., Room 2, R6 Clark-st. TO EXCHANGE-A SUBURBAN LOT FOB DRY goeds. Addre.-s D 73, Tribune office* 1~0 EXCHANGE—ELEGANT RESIDENCES ON Goutn bide: semo cash wanted. Valuable productive city property tor acres. Splendid fane in McHenry County, with fine improvements and large Income, for gale. HENDERSON A FREAK, US Dearborn-st. TO EXCHANGE-SUBURBAN LOTS FOB SOUND horses. Apply to D. W. MITCHELL, Hootn I Ash land Block. TO EXCHANGE-AN IMPROVED FARM OF 123 acres, nice house and buildings, in Wisconsin, for a house and lot is Chicago; olio an order for $1,400 to be taken la two* at wholesale current rale* and delivered in Chicago from a first-class nursery; will *aks a little cash and balance in lota, suburban. THOMAS A CO., 61 heath CUrk-et. TO EXI Tp ESC A A '£. G ACHES DT THE VHL3IING- I ton cod'fleM, near Bt»hJtroo<l and near the nswllll. noia River Railroad; an immense lorttme in this Uad in the near/ature ; want a food residence or well-looted lots on booth Side in exchange; wfll aasmoo «™»>r in* enmbraaeq. DAVIS 4 PIKE, USDoarbam-st. TO /f-XCHANGH-GOOD SUBURBAN LOTS FOR. lam her. A. J. MARKS. Room 1, M Washlngton-bt. TO EXCHANGE—6O FEET IRON~P£XCING"fob X lumber. Room I, SB Waibington-st. mo exchange-finr oil paintings foe X real estate, ARTIST*. Tribune office. TO EXCHANGE-ACRES- A XD LOTS AT WASH ington Heights for city property. C. C. THAYER A CO.. leg Bast M*dLoa*st. H'O ttXCHANGE-WE HAVE SOME GOOD REAL X catato exchanges. CANFIELD 4 iiATIESON, fio LsbilJe-st. TO EXCHANGE—A VERY LARGE AND COM pleto steam sawmill. In pet feet order, containing two gangs, one double-circular, and all accessory machinery, and fixiore*, moated on the Ooio Kiver. in South em uliaola. a *hort distance belotr (he months ol tho U’a boh. Lomberland, end Tennessee Riven; cost SiH.CuO three years ego, will bo sold at a great sacrifice for money and good Northern property. PUTNA4I 4 NEWELL, W_\£ashington-at., Room U. rro EXCHANGE-HOUSE AND LOT VALUED AT X S3,U«forboaje and lot wonh &N«i aS.UTJ; same cash, asiuroe balance. Address JMB. Room IS, &4 and £a LaSalle-st. fj’O EXCHA. ,aANGE--COTT.AGB AND LOT"OJT west •f- t-ldo; ralne, 53,000; incumbrance, SI,SW, on long upie ; WfTnld exchange oa half and pay balance ti caaa f<)r building brick nou*e and burn. Address W, St, CbsrJci JioUrJ, It South clark-at. rj’O. EX „ ---CHANGE LOTS 20x135. WASHINGTON Heights, for plaoo or rony and phaeton, Also t weary ftern equityLOtu> far amucumbercd prop* *rty. LLNQ 4- HOUtKii, Bladison-st. rpq EXCHANGE—UOUSK AND LOT, UNINCDM wfTPHT hJ°i “dtahlo for aabdirlsfoa. J. IL » fIKKLEa 4 CO.. Room 2, IDi Clark-st. r P° .EXCHANGE-PATENT CASE ELGIN GOLD X Address GEORGE, Tntmae odice. To EXCHANGE-A 2-STORY AND BASEMENT brick bouse, nearThirry-cighth-at., for suburban p^,p . ert T ; ®<J Q lrr. A 2-story frame on Peor!a-st.. will trade lor brick bouse, west of Aeliland-av.. ami a*- • tnn.jm incujnbracco. ItESSHAW i LYMA.N. L 3 pcarbora-st.. Boom S. rjO EXCHA. ACRES, IMPROVED, JUST Railroad. Will sell. YOUSU * ROWLEY, liS Dear- Lora-st. rro KXCHANOE-BY J. L- COHTHELL, EOOM 13, x loi Dearfaorn-»t.; Unincumbered business property, worth sl3,uio, for residence of 12 rooms, near ThirtietD st.; wiilasaumo incumbrance. Also, S-etory house and lot on booth Side, paved avenue, for unincumbered lets on West Side. Improved North Side comer for farm, clear el incumbrance, or good lowa lauds.; rro kxcttaitoe-or sale-houses and lots, A timber lands in Michigan, suburban lota, lowa farms, for «! j property, assume some Incumbrance. CHAS. Si. UALK, 146 Madison-st. TO KXCFLANGE--l:t)B MERCHANDISE OR LOT with small or no incumbrance, a SI,OUO Mexican bund, payable In IbU. bearimf 7 per cent interest, gold. Apply to X. VT. WARD, 47 LaSalie*st., Room 8. fpO K JXCHANOE-FOR UNINCUMBERED PROP* erty only, loy foot on MickUtan-aT.. between Forty nest and Pnrty.secou<t-at».; St feot on Oak-st., between tvelband LaSalle; 2W) feet splendidly located at Knglo wood; octagon marble-front No. ~*t Langiey-*7, Inaoiru of owner, L R. LAWRENCE. U6 Fiith4v. TO EXCHANGE-20J ACRES CHOICE LAND IN lowa, for dry goods, clothing, or groceries: price, 52,509. Addrcp* M M 6. QrixmeU. la. rpo exchange-a wood-yard-stock on X band, teams, and everything complete, doing a good baafness. Call at 47 LaSalie-gt., Room 6. TO EXCILVNGB-IN3LDE IMPROVED PROPERTY. Lringing good rental, for suburban iuis or Western lands and cash. C. B. WILSON, lbß East MadUon-st.'. Rcom 4. rrO EXCHANGE—IIY EQUITY IN HOUSE AND J. lot SaC South Doarborn-st,, corner Thirty-ninth, for horse and buggy personal property. J. W. GOULD. 2a Kjver-st. TTNINCUMBERED MAYWOOD PROPERTY AND ,y cash, to exchange for drug store In city or country. KIMBALL a CO., 11 Mcthouivt Church Block. WANTED— PROPERTY IN OMAHA. NEB.. OR vicinity, for3-etory and basement house on Michigan ar., unincumbered. W, 1L VAN OKNUM. Room 13 Otis Block. W ’ANTED- BUSINESS PROPERTY, RENTED, worth S3O, OOP. for acres at Brighton, on Archcr-av., choice. W. H. VAN OKNUM. Room 13 Otis Block. W ANTED-TO EXCHANGE-CALCIMINING FOE gent’s clothing. Addrofa L9s> Tribune office. TIT ANTED—TO EXCHANGE-d OCTAVK PIANOS, »» Bi-cton-xnade, fur a bevel bllliard-tablo. 21 East Klnrie-sy WANTED— TO EXCHANGE—HOUSE AND LOT and some cash for stock of <lrugs. THOMAS HUGH RICKETTS. 122 LaScße-at. 1 . Chicago. WANTED -TO EXCHANGE - FIRST-CLASS graining for door and window wire screens. Ad dress K 43, Trihone office. WANTED— FARMS AND OTHER CLEAR PROP eny. Tboae wishing to exchange for choice subur ban lota and aesume a light incumbrance on long tim« address D 83, Tribune otfico. WB HAVE FOR EXCHANE 19,000 ACRES OF choice land in North Central lowa. Well-Improved farm la RicoCoonry, Minn.; 160 acres choice meadow and farming land In Steele Ccnnty, Minn.; distillery and 10 acres of land in Chy ot Unuenberg, Xa_ Selected lands inMlnoari, Arkan«a«, and Oeorigia. Dwelling lota in oidTownet Hyde Park, and no*ci secured on real estate, for merchandise of any kind. City pmjkorty, homes on leasehold, or ether property. Paycash difference- OS GOOD ± WILLIAMS, 63 Sooth Caaal-tt. WANTBD-A GOOD DOUBLE-SEATED ROCK r» away flfght> for one horse. in exchange fur fancy groceries. Inquireof W. P. CURTIS, Room IS. 1&3 East ilsdfcoq-fci. TtrAXTED-TO EXCHANGE—GOOD, WELULO tt cxtsd vabarbsn lots fcr an Interest la soma good hnslao**. Address A 73, Tribune office. W’ ANTED—A LIGHT EXPRESS WAGON’, OB BOX bnggr, and harass*, in exchange for suburban lot*, or part money and part- trado. Address G i-y, Tribuuo office. W ’ANTED—A S3! ALL WELL-IMPROVED FARM, within SO mile* of Chicago, for unincumbered acre property n-ar tao Brighton linuso. GEO. H. A T. F. ANDREWS, No. Its Wasblngton-st, \Y-ANTED—TO EXCHANGE-FOR CITY OR SUB i “ urban lot* or improved property of lirat-class; would assume mail incumbrance.—the only lim-clasa hotel in city c.f 3,000 within 60 miles of Chicago. Price §7,3iX); will rent for §<wo; now occupied. Address C Co, Tribune office. \yANTED—TO F.XCIIANGE—A PLEASANT COT ii tage and lot near Union Park: will take spaa of horses and buggy or good piano aa part payment, balance long time; or will take unimproved lot ae part payment. RluK. Room 19, 71 Dcarborn-it. WANTED-ATICKRTTOBOSTONTO EXCHANGE for thigh lot in Graceland ; alao on exchange fjc a patent worth having. U*9 I.eSallo--st. MISCELLANEOUS. A N EXQUISITE-FITTING GLOVE, OR AN ELE- J\. goat anapo, and hundreds of other phrases to tbht effect, are used daily by ladies and gentlemen coifing kid gloves tittod to their hands at the Parts GloioDepo:, 103 State-at, Abb you a sufferer from, catarrht i was for nearly 25 years, and after expending over $1,200 la vain, cured myself three yearn ago by my own remedy, and hare cured hundreds oe«id*a bythesarno at cnsßcuvt. Pm* trial given to all who bring tnis no'lco to my office, UO West Uandnlph-st., this afternoon or any day this week. DR. O. R- SYKES. Any one in the wrapping-paper and paper-bag busf&-*s wishing to dispose of the same will Pads cash purchaser by addressing K <9, Tribuno office. A YOUNG MAN WHO WRITES A GOOD HAND, is quick and accurate at figures, and du-irca tirst class lessons la a lumber office for moderate pay, may ad dress G 56, Tribune office. A UIDDLK-AGEDzGENTLEMAN DESIROUS OF securing a neat, quiet home, may join ons in taking 4 or 5 rooms, or cottage, by addressing HOME, City P O. Refereaces cie hanged. A RESPECTABLE WOMAN WOULD LIKE TO get a child to wet nurse at her own house. Coll at 43 Bisssl-st., in the rear. AN ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN DR KI EES TO PUR chase an Interest is an established business. None but first-claea parties, with undoubted references, need answer. Address, with full axphuuLiana. GRANT, Box 2WI, Philadelphia, P. O. Aiso-acrb homestead andtwotown lots free to each member of our colony. No irrigation; railway fare nuiy §18; rasmhershlp only $26. For circular call on H. B. STEVENS, ICJ ilaaison-it. . BUILDERS’ AND MANUFACTURERS’ Ex change, 204 and 2C5 3fadlson-9t. Membership invited. B*OOK3 OPENED, CLOSED. WmTOttTljprASD balanced. Conaplicitod account* adjusted. Wnrlc requiring an expert solicited. DIXON A CO., 145 La- BaaJo-sc., b&somoat. TKJOKS OPENED AND CLOSED, "CO.’IPLICATED J y accounts adjusted; work roquiria? anexjwrt solicited. WEBB A TUCKER, Room 16, 188 Ka»t Msdisco-st, CLOTHES- WKINGEttS OF ALL KINDS REPAIR-. eJ; new rolls. $2 each; JfS.frfl a pair; new wringer*, $5 and £6. At 11. S. TIIAYER’S, 35 'Vest Washington. /TOAL P-EDUCIif^BFST LACKAWANNA COAL \J $9, delivered this week, to cloaa oat stack. Address B 23, Tribuaa olfica. COAL REDUCED—BEST LACK AWAIT? A COAL delivered this Keck. lot $9. Address B 6, Tribune o:Ece. CASH PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTHING A.VD miscellaneous goods of any kind, byaaaduig a latter to L GELDEIi, Loan Othuo, c£tStato*st. COAL— THE VERY BEST ILLINOIS COAL AT ii.lQ delivered. $4 in yard; corner Tweaty-ntath and Clark* ats. C. SHKA- CASH PAID FOR OLD NEWSPAPERS, pamphlets, old befits, ran?, metals, and bottle*, at Pc.TTIBON£’S, 2ed, 2 SB, and 2MI Filth-av. ; goods called for froo of charge in *U parts of the city. Dli. _ SYKES’ ~SURE FOR CATARRH, CAN BE found at moaSof onr druggists. I' pMERSON’3 CUP AND FILE FOB OFFICE PA- J pen, and Emerson’* biudor for mule and all peri* odical*; the former for basinet* moo, fh? latter forever* body. Gold lettering neatly and promptly done. JNO. R. BARRETT A CO., bookbinder?,Siale-st, F' BATHERS'”RENOVATED BY STEAM. SO. 90 Sirteenth-ft. Good boots an'd shoes, very cheap, a large lot of footed boots and repaired boots and shoes, of aU sizes, left with os from before March. 1, 1£74, will ba sold after to-day. Here’s your chance to get good boot* cheap. BILLINGS, the Parchl't, 145 State-«t. I WANT EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT DR. JOHN PHILLIPS has a very large assortment of Bra zilian Pebble Spectacle* for sal*, waioh ha sotts by in spection of tac eye. Autnor of two works-Swrgery on the Eye. and Use and Abase of Spectacles. 120 Foorto-ar, ADIRS AnsHINOTHELATESTIMPROVKMRNTS *n drees-culting will dow.'ll to ciamina tho Rxctßlor and Self-Fitting Chart, 430 Waba*h-*v. T a DDES WHO T A K 3 THKIR OLD HAIR TO MRS. Jj Thompson, 215 West MarFsoa-st., to have made over into the now styles and pretty carls poSi, and braids, yon can rely u>a setting tee tame back. Ladies buying hair switches, puffs. curls, etc., should not fall to eaamtae ottrpriccs aua goods before purch»«ing. Retail and wholesale, 224 Stale st. F. CAHN A CO., Importer cf Human tizir. CURTAINS DUNS UP AT US WABASn^CvT T OOMIS’ LACK LAUNDRY. 195. IS3 AND 1» XJ West Monroe-st. Locos of ail k\ -.ds done neatly. Curtains a spcclalltj. Laundry work ov ,di klodscalird for and delivered to all part* of the city saberbe. H. K. LOOMIS A JUSTIN LOOMIS, Proprietors. Mrs. UR?-, THOMAS. LADIES* PHYSICIAN, M 6 South HalsUd-gt. :CHANGE, PERSONS DRSIRInTTbUILDINGS OF ANY JTrVB onixo erected, cxll at the Builders’ and.Manafactn. rcra Exchange. No. Madison-au PARTIES ABOUT TO PURc'haSETRUNKS VAX isc*. or satchels wanted to know that they can save 43 per cent by baying at SJI Stato-st.; soiling out at cost- no humbug. pRBPAEK FOR SPRING TRADE—ENVKLOPKS J. furufiiusd by tba ihousiaii,. address'd to person* la »ny <*UMofbu«iccM, ia aajr State. R~tca reaaoaable. Address 43 Major block. pA&TIES HAVING DWELLINGS TO RENT. -L lease descriptions at caco wltixN. G. FRAXKT.rv, 120 Psarbora-su PiUVATE DETECTIVE—PARTIES DESIRtNQ tbo serriosaof a private detective of ability and ex perience on sbadowinc. tracing, etc., may address, la confidence, P. O. pox No. Is 3, Chicago. p KMOVEO—NATHAN DAVIS, TO NO. Sid SOUTH -Lb otato-at,. under Burlington Hall, where you can bojr E. lints, oils, glasa, varnishes. brushes, t-tc., cheap as any onse m the city: also pissed windovF-«ash. Glaring done D * Vii?* ratea » satisfaction guaranteed. NATHAN QOF.D-I HAVE SOLD MY SPHIN'ICLING-TUBS » j lo .'*” 1 J* Brady. and «bo will do tho sprinltUmr that I did last year west of Union Park. l\ P. WRIGHT. COLDIBU3 AJiD SAILORS SKCURirYOUR H0i!& kJ atead Without coin* to % land and he profited. Call or gcud stamp to L. P. SWIFT, Room 56 Ashland Block. L.VU>'DRY, 201 WKST LA KrTsT -FAmlt v ,•»- , ladioa 3L2> perdoren. tetoda ox laundry work done and warranted firat-claee. fJO^BUILDER 1 - ”” -jEES-WASTED-J cottages built, f- «Li pay part ca*b aad balance ia real estate. Ad dress Room 7, 80 Lx Saile-st. rro HOU3E-MOVERS—BIDS WASTED FROM RE ± eponalblaoartltfs for moTiaslioriso la city, Addlt at Room 1, 185 Waahlogtoa-it. S. BOWK*. WANTED— $10,000 OX CHATTEL MORTG\OK: security worth four times thj amount. Address Jr 33, Tribune office. \V ANTED—C ARPENTERS WHO DESIRE HOMES. ' » aod, for steady w«rk, are willmc to tafea part pay In lota at South Eoalawood or Murzaa Park. E. I BRAINERD, Kootaf;. la Clark st. I WASTED-AST AOS.VTOKSALESMAS TRAVEL if ingia the country, who desires to Increase his la* corns bv soliciting consignments for a sirs*-class com nsissl m house, may address M 73, Tribune office. WaNTED-TENTS-ANY ONE HAVING ANY » T wall-tents, new or second-hand, large or smill, can find a purchaser at Nos. liK> and 137 East Loke-at.. an stair*. WANTED-MASON-WORK OF ALL KINDS; WILL I » rake brick, lumber, pianos in payment, or part real estate on large job. Address J 13, Tribune office. W” ANTE D - PLAIN SE WIN G~T6 DO IN EX change for dresses ora thawL Address E 74. Trib une office. Iy ANTED—TO PURCHASE—A SUITE OF OFFICE 11 furniture, desk, carpet, chairs, Ac., at 116 Mon* roc-rt., basement. E. II; CASTLE. \V ANTED—TO BUY-A DRUG-STORE IN CITY J T or country; state capital reached and address F 33, Tribune oilico. W 'ANTED—A NICE YOUNG MAN FOR ROOM- mate; terms very easy. Call at lc6 West Monroo-st. WANTED— A GOOD PARTY TO RUN A SU hurhan hotel; will furnish rarne If necessary; extraor dinary inducements to the right person- Address Mount Forest Land Co., 106 Ftfth-ar. \r’ANTED-2-W HEELED VELOCIPEDE. STATS J * lowest cash price and particulars. Address D 35, Tnbane office. W ANTEJD-.$10.0(X) WORTH OF CLOTHING. GF.N --'» tlemen or ladles having any cast off clothing, can obtain the highest cash price fur them by calling or ad dressing L, DeYOUNG a GO., 595 State-sU, under Wood’s Hotel. All ordsra proxuptly attended to. I VTANTED—A YOUNG GIRL WISHES TO LEARN > » how to write. Terms must bo moderate. Address G 45, Tribune office. WANTED— DItESS.IIAKERS DESIRING A FlßST class system of cutting to call and tost the merits of Cornwell’s Self-Fitting Dress Caart, now on exhibition at the Chart and Pattern Rooms, southeast comer of State and Adams-sts. WILLETT CORNWELL. WANTED-TO PURCHASE 2 UPRIGHT WAL. I • ant and plate glass showcases for plated ware* Apdlx to A. LIKENS, 37 South Cana 1-st. \\t ANTED—WILL TAKE CONTRACTS ANDTAKB v > suburban lots as part payment for buildings coating $2,000 and upward. Audrey 11, Tribune office. . WANTED —A SECOND-HAND SAFE, AT JW »V i iftb-av. WANTED-A SHARK IN A VESSEL FOR WHICH * * I will give city and suburban real estate as first pax meat, balance cash onUmo. Address JAMES LIUDIE, northwest corner of Twenty-sixth-st. and Po.-tlaad-av. UOTCUKLS, PALMER A CO. 131 < ' and 139 Stats-st., a plaUni show-cab j; also, mirror. W ANTFD-lu,lvn BAUUFIU TO USE THE PREP »I 1 amtlons mads expmuly for the! ruse at the laboratun of wairNEY brothers, no. ii North cuatoa-st. Cue&pcst place ;a the city to got supplies. wanted - a good double office-desk, Vf cheap for eaab, atltDEast Washington-st., itaon 13. B. F. SWAN. \\T ANTED—TO BUY-A SALOON-LICENSE. AD • f d l'cas J 53, Tribune office. \y ANTED—TO BuV-A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY. >7 in good location, with an cstablisued trade. Ad dress 111»5, Tribune office. \\7 ANTED-L',ooo MEN AND MUiIEN TO USB if Whitney Brothers’ blood puriiior; a sure cure for spring headaches, loss of appetite, and a dyspeptic stomach. Labroatory of WHITNEY BROTHERS. 21 North dintea-st. WANTED— CARRIAGB REPAIRING AND PAINT lug; will pay part cash and balance in a good lot. THOSIAS A CO., 51 South Clark-st. WANIKD-A BaBY PER.VMBULATOR, OP GOOE style and m good condition; price must be zander* ato. Audresa H2, Tnbune office. WANT£D-fa PLTEC U AtTIi-A GOOD NET OF F/X --tores suitable for the boot and shoe business. Ad dress L 63, Tribune office. OXC.— UNION PARK EXPRESS -—/•J will call at your door, take trunk to and from depot, Ac., for 25 cents. Furniture carciolJy moved in suitabU wagons at lowest panto rates. Leave orders. Good wag ons all hours. Office: sfri West Madiaoa-aU Put adver tisoment in your pocket. QinO FoR EVERY FELON MY W%NDP,RFUI U>L\JU salve canuot cure In 24 hours; penetrates to the bone, draws tbs poi«oa virus from old sores, cancers, ab secies, itch, sere eyes, buaiens, Ac. Bax, fiCc. Dr. DiJ MUTT, lowest Madisuo-st. \ YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A FEW MUSIC -A scholars. Will tcacn them at home or go out. lit- 1 of refcrcnct-s given. Terms, §lt) for IS lessons. Address L. car a of Carrier 20. West Division. * OENTS-YOUNG men TO QUALIFY FOR RAIL .fi. road stations. Good permanent pnsi’iuns wn-n com petent. Address METROPOLITAN TELEGRAPH, Detroit, Mich. A COMPETENT YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A few pupil* ourhe piano. Call or addroas, C 37, Do puystcr-st. Best of rulorecce given. A YOUNG LADY WISHES A FEW MORE PUPILS for piano; especial atumtionpaid to young beginners. Terms very reasonable. H bf». Tribune office. BILLIARDS-A GENTLEMAN AMATEUR, RE eently from New York, and considered cna of the Last, will giro private lessons. One hundred per cent improvement guaranteed In day*. Prime Now York and Chicago rttiacaocea. Addressforidays 035, Tribuno. OXING AUADKMYi ROOM~SoT~NOBTHEAS'I comer Clark and Monroo-its. Sparring sclcndhcaliy taughu 1 WILL HKCEIVK A FKW MORK PUPILS AT Mt X Select School. No. 1179 State-at.; tour»ugh In struction in tiis cumuicn and higher English branches. Music, French, oud German, iffiy ami evening session. Term* /valuable. MILS, JL IJ. AUSTIN, PriacipaJ, MxsaM. Hussey, AeaUuot; Mias M. Makantz, Teacher of Music and the Languages. INSTifUCTI O}T~OS lTi£ ORGAN GIVEN TO A X limited number of pupils. Jyvsoaa ar« given on latgi tirst-class church organ. Address ORGANIST, 1&7 Wat But-at. Lessons gives is french a sd Spanish by a competent In'-lrucu-r. Particular attention p-iid to conversation. Single Icstciaa, $1; la classes* BO cents. A 5, Tribune ohice. MiwT'crockeii’s school will open* afku fi at kid West Jacksja-st. Instruction la French, music, aud eawis^. PA RKNTSO R*OTHERS WISHING THE SERVICES ot an experienced jouiijr lad/ teacher, to gi*e lessons on pisn'j 4c., at rc-urtroces If do-lrecl, ana ac most reason* able terms, please address or call at £1 Aberdeen-u. SITUATION WANTED—BY A ROHAN CATHOLIC male teacher. F 33, Tribune o£ca. COUTH BIDK MUSIC SCIJOOb; VKKY BKS* 0 piano and vocal collar* in tb* city at £7 « term: •end lor circular. Address K33, Tribune o;£ce. TUE FOURTH TERM OF THE Wh'bT SU)K~ 1 dercartcn, 51 and 53 South Sbcldon-st., trill ccmmeac* Monday. April 13. W a ?3F d -”” A.. . ..u—A FRKNCH NL*TI.S£RY GOVKR.VHS.H. Coll pi Soil Mirlxigaa av. rPO LEASE-LUMBER-YARD. NORTH-AV., DI- X recti/ north and adjoining Waldo A Waters 1 lumber yard. 107 reel oo river by Om, or by sVxi feet to Hawthorno av. Chicago A Paciiic Railroad runs through tne tract Jaqai.-oat Room 43 Each-rag? HclJdfag. TO LEASE—I(O FEET OF DOCK NEXT YARD south of Dericksoa’s, on L&flio, south of Twenty aecoad-st., all planked and foaauafloa ta. Apply at ALLEN A BAItT LETT’S Planing Mill, 443 to 401 VVe*t > aa liuren-st. rro lease-dock at Bridgeport, opposite X liongb’s Elevator, formerly occupied by Great East era Uanroad Company, 9uo feet on river and slip, or a iy be rested in parcel*; side track from Chicago A Alton R. H. ; cars (applied at reasonable rates by contract w:;jj railroad company. Apply to E. BRAINAItD. U»5 Waea ington-st.. R00m36, or to WILLIAM RIPLEY, 23dSouth Watcr-st. TO LEASE-DOCK 270 FEET RIVER-FRONT BY 210 feet deep, with raiJrcud-track in Uho yard ; at West Ttfen-y-accond-st. bridge. JOHN McCONNELL, Room L Ibo Adams-st. rro LEASE—FRO 51 MA Y I, 1 FIE STONE-YARD ON X northwest corner Eiltb-ar, and CharJeanlac-v, dot occupied by H. Berber. W. M. WILLS Eit, LA i ■- S&ilc-at. TO LEASE-75X11* FEET CORNER ONTARIO AND North Stato-n.: lot on Ohio near M&rket-st.; lot on Lake-st. near La-Salb; lot on Sberman-st. near Van Bu res. AH the above will be leased far- lonj tens* at i pur cent on low valuation*. k\ A. BRAGG A CO.. 145 Dcarbom-st. TO LEASE—ON EASY TERMS FOR A TERM OF years, lot on .Tw«atv-«lrth-»i.; also, i loU on Erie \KSSi‘ , L“ d Hw “- Awlt * F - “• _ MISCEI*I*ANZO MISS J. A. HARRISGTURNITIJK EC 6V tn cat and made; carriijo-linioc and wladow drapery rrado to order, also fancy aofvrlltom. Orders through mail promptly attended to at UO N'orti TSTOTICE—TO ALL PARTIES HAVING LOTS TC J-i nil on South or West hide ol city- I have sovera thousand loads of choice black dirt which I will de’lru fcr a mere trifle, as I make excavating a soecialty. Lean jotrt orders in Builders’ Exchange, 2i4 East Moolvm-st., 7>. or at IS Hnboard-st- D. H. FLAVIN. Con tractor. ■NTOTICE-THE BRANCH OFFICE OF THE BOS *"0 Laundry, 49 Eldridge-coart. will be rurnuvoc Monday* lo Stato-st., near Thirteenth, ot ISTOTICK - ALL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS tho &m of -McCarthy a hutchings, 2^tTh^«^ a ‘i ces,ate:6l ' l3:at e-5t.. Will do well to pro eent the same (or payment before the 2uth of April. O t Th£?t,? KSKS CHEAP^IIF-FORE REiIOVINC u - OLR~°™0 L R~°™ A , XD MACAZINES-CASH PAID FOS W law, medical, and nmato libraries:,good books wil CJJ BB °s- ■!< INSTRUCTION. TO LEAS£. 15 ’5.