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LITERATURE IN BOSTON.
Something About Loo and
Shepard.
Their New Store—Books for Child
ren—Sumner’s Works.
Hocont Publications* by tbo Firm
—Their Sprlng-Wat.
Correspondence of" The Chicago Tribvne.
IJoston, April 9, 1874,
Loo A Shepard's change of base from “ di
rectly opposite tbo knob of tbo Old South door,”
as they used to define tholr position, to tho cor
ner of Franklin and Hawloy streets, is now com
pleted. Whether this withdrawal from Wash
ington street, ovon for so small a distance, will
diminish thoir retail business to any considera
ble extent, cannot bo known yot. It gives ono
accustomed to visit their former botllo-nockod
store, tho fooling of being in
A ROOK-PALACE
to go into their now, spacious rooms. Their old
store was so narrow and high that it soomod as
if a sea of books bad parted and piled up its
vast waves on either side, leaving but scanty
room for wayfaring literary Israelites to pass
through to tho wilderness of books that
lay beyond, and to tbo infinitesimal
bit of Promised . Land whore Leo ft
Shepard themselves might bo found.
For a week boforo Christmas, it used to bo
Jammed full of book-buyers, packed liko sar
dines, and only anxious to buy something, and
got out alive, with enough clothing loft to pro
toot them from arrost for indecent exposure.
Loo ft Shepard’s now store furnishes amplo
elbow-room, and is so light that it looks cheerful
even in tho darkest day. They throw no stones,
so oan afford to havo a glass-house. They do an
’immense jobbing-business in books, tho largest
In New England, and well nigh tho largest iu tho
country; but ono walking through tho stacks,
and pyramids, and ramparts, of books in thoir
atoro and basement, can hardly help wondering
whore all tho books go to, and whether Loo
ft Shepard, with thoir vast circulatory system,
will succeed in distributing all theso. Ask them
what they think about it, and they will remark,
“with a smile child-lilio and bland,” that this
stock may last two mouths. “ Ono generation
[of books] pnssoth away and another generation
oomoth” very rapidly, at Loo ft Shepard’s.
They aro hardly less active, and probably aro
moro widely known as publishers than as job
bers. Excluding tho Oorubill houses, that pour
out Sunday-school books with bewildering fe
cundity, Loo ft Shepard publish
MORE UOOKB YOU ROYS AND GIRLS
than any other American house, and—on tho
whole—books of good, wholesome character.
Exceptions may bo taken to somo of them as ap
pealing too strongly to tho vagabond instinct iu
007s, but tho percentage of salutary books in thoir
•v>Aonded list la unusually largo. “Oliver Op
tic’s ” stories number moro thau fifty, oud tbeir
circulation must bo over a million volumes. Vory
few. if any other, American author approach
anywhere near him iu this respoot. Loo ft Shep
ard publish for sovornl others of those most
favorably known to juvenile readers,—such as
Elijah Kellogg, Prof* DoAlillo, “ Bophio Alay"
(author of tho “ Pnuly" books); ami each now
story from any ono of those finds hosts of oagor
hands waiting for it. Besides theso, their cata
logue shows that neatly fifty other writers for
rouug folks aro indebted to Leo ft Shepard for
Ibcir passports to suoh largo or limited circula
tion as thoir books obtain.
h They do not confine themselves to juvenile
books, but publish many
BOGUS OF lIIQU EXCELLENCE, *
in various depanuioula of literature, Wondoll
Phillips' Lectures and Speeches, *• silver
tongued," oven in print; Dr. Hedge's Henson in
Uoligion, one of tbo broadest and most con
vincing statements over made of the function of
rationalism in matters of faith; Mrs. Ball's
books on different phases of tbo Woman ques
tion, and Lieut. Ball's -exhaustive treatise on
Alaska; tbo llcv. Itoborb Collyor’s noble and
warm-hearted volumes of sermons, which have
ibo least theology possible, and—to compensate—
in unmonso deal of humanity: Prof. Town
lond’s popular boobs, “ Credo," “ Sword and
Garment, “God-Man,” “Arena and Throne;"
Dr. Manning’s (pastor of tbo Old South} “ Half-
Truths and the Truth;” Willard Small's trans
lation of Do Goulauga'a admirable work: “Tbo
indent City," on tbo religions,
laws, and institutions of Greece
and Homo; Leigh Hunt’s delightful
“ Wishing-Cnp Papers," in which tbo scholar
ship. caluoiio sentiments, and exquisite literary
grace of Hunt are charmingly displayed; and
■ BiniNHll'fl WORKS,
of which nine volumes have now appeared. It
was originally supposed that ton volumes would
comprise his works, hut probably not loss than
fifteen will bo required. Unfortunately, thero
is now nothing to prevent completing the edi
tion ; while bo lived, ho was sure to ho constant
ly adding to tho fruits of his study and most
conscientious statesmanship. It is said that
Iteverdy Johnson read Sumner’s speeches with
the utmost care, to ouublo him to justify him
self for supporting Emancipation. It is easy to
holiovo it, far Sumner was probably tho most ex
haustive student of facts and principles that
Congress over had. Ho wont to tho ueart of
everything ho sought to mastor; and houco his
works are a wonderfully rich store-house, from
which statesmen and moralists will hereafter, for
long years to oomo, draw copiously.
Loo A Shepard publish American editions of
some excellent
EUROPEAN WORKS S
Dean Alford’s Greek Testament, and hla Now
Testament with Notes; tho Life of Humboldt,
prepared, in . honor of tho centenary of his
birth, by eminent Gorman writers; tho Memoirs
of Baron Stockmar; and Woodward A Cote’s
prodigious Encyclopedia of Chronology.
Since moving to their now store, they bavo
ioaued a now edition of three admirable
volumes by Thomas Bulfinoh on Tho
Ago of Fable,” “ Tho Ago of Chivalry,”
and ‘‘Legends of Charlemagne,” which gather,
in excellent form |for reading and for refer
ence, a multitude of traditions, myths, legends,
and veritable facts, relating to tho epochs Which
they illustrate. Among their hooks just ready
for the public are ‘‘Seven Daughters,” by
Amanda M. Douglas, who has gained a largo and
friendly circle of youthful readers of her
“ Kathlo ” stories, and of older ones by “ Sydnio
Adtiauco,” In Trust,” and other tales; and
“The Italian Girl,” by Mrs, Katherine Sedgwick
Washburn, who, when her name was Valerio,
wrote ‘‘lua” for Osgood’s Library of Novels.
She is a niece of the Alias Sedgwick, whoso writ
ings ore yet as charming to those familiar with
them as her memory is to the favored friends
who know her.
EEE A SHEPARD’S SPRING LIST
includes Sumner's “Prophetic Voices Concerning
America," •which will form iv volume of
between 200 and 000 pages, and will comprise
a vast amount of curious guesses and
happy vaticinations which can bo oa&ily
interpreted as referring to this country, oven
though the authors may never have dreamed of
America. Mr. O. H. Calvert, who published a
(aw years ago a book on the “Life and Works
of Goethe/ has collected a now volumo which
ho calls “ Brief Essays and Brevities." Mr. F.
H. Underwood, who was first editor of the At •
Idniio Monthly, and has since prepared qulto
popular Handbooks of English and American
Literature, is writing a story, “Lord of Him
self." Other books to bo expected from Loo &
Shepard are j “ For Better or Worse," by Mrs.
Corly (“Jennie Juno”), who announced it as
“abook for all women and some men," of
course moaning—though too courteous to say
it—some women and all men; “The Secret of
Ohriatlnnlty," by the Bov. S. B. Heubord ? and a
book of travel, “Beaton Paths," by Mrs. Ella M.
Thompson, of this city. Fnrn!.
iTl* Guizot’s Sorrows*
The Paris correspondent of tho London
Standard writes: “ A very painful incident, aris
ing out of M. Emllo Ollivior’a election, Is now
tho subject of conversation, and tho victim Is a
man who, with all his faults, enjoys the respect
ond good-will of every class of society and every
lection of politicians. After M. Guizot’s intor-
Coconco to prevent tho reading of M. Olllvior’a
panegyric of Napoleon 111., tho Imperialist pa
pers exclaimed against tho Ingratitude of tho
ronorable statesman, intimating that under M.
Olllvior’a ministry tho Emperor had paid tho
jebta of M. Guizot’s son. Pooplo generally sot
ibis down as a huso Invention; It now turns out
to Uavo boon founded on fact. The circumstance
*amo to the knowledge of fit. Guizot by more
accident. Only about a week ago his attention
was caught by a paragraph on this unpleasant
subject. He asked what It meant, and thou, to
bis Intense grief and sorrow, in his Alghty-third
veim the venerable ntatenuißU—whoßi whole Ufa
ha« peon oue o( hai'd work aud oowparaUva jpoy-
orty—-learned that one bearing hia name bad ac
cepted the bounty of a regime which he had
over dotiounood for Its political corruptness and
immorality. Tho blow wart a aovoro one, but M.
Guizot mot it like a man : ho realized some part
of hin property, and paid into tho hands of M.
Moequard, tho notary of tho Imperial family) a
mini of 83.500 franca, being tho amount with in
toroßt of tho Moan* mado to his son. M. Moe
quard roftißOd to roooivo it, and tlioroon M. Gui
zot placed it in tho Caiaso das Depots ot Con
eiguatious.”
LOCAL MISCELLANY.
AMUSEMENTS.
THE WOLFBOIIK MATINEES,
Mr. Carl Wolfsohn gavo tho first of bis Berios
of Beethoven recitals ou’ Saturday afternoon at
Standard Hall, with an audionco in attendance
much larger than was anticipated, and ono which
gave clpoo attention to Mr. Wolfsobu’o
loadings, and manifested a hearty spirit
of appreciation. Mr. Wolfsohn’s scliomo,
as has boon before announced, embraces thirty
out of tho thirty-oight sonatas for piano alone
which Beethoven wrote, including in his list tbo
well-known opus 20, tho “Los Adloux,” “Past
orale,” “Tempest,” “Eroica," “Spring,” “Con
cert,” “Patholiquo,” “Moonlight,” “Appas
sionato,” tho “Giant,” and tholast, opus 111. 110
will givo three of those every Saturday afternoon
uutil they ore finished, and thus will present tho
lovers of classical music with an opportunity of
hearing Beethoven’s piano works which they
havo uovor had before. The three given on last
Saturday afternoon woro tho P minor, op. 2, No.
1; tbo A fiat major, op. 26; and tho E fiat ma
jor, op. 81, hotter known as tho “ Adieu, Ab
sence, and Return.” The first of thosd is tho
first of throe Included In op. 2, and written In
1700, during what is known as his first period,
and dedicated to Hadyn. As a matter of curi
osity wo givo tho full title as originally written
by Beethoven himself: (Troia senates pourlo
clavecin on piano-iorto, corapoaooa ot dcdicos a
Mr. Joseph Hadyn, Dodtcur on Musiquo, pat
Louis Von Beothovon). Liko most of tho son
atas from op. 2 to op. SO, it is hut little known
to concert-goers, and, wo might say, ovon to
pianists; and yet it has always boon a favorite with
students of Beothovon, and tho themes both of
tho adagio and allegro of No. 1 hovo boon adapted
to words, tho latter to Schiller's “ Sohnsacht.”
It was written at a time when Beothovon was a
devoted student both of Alozart and Hadyn, and
yet is marked by tho samo originality which
characterized his later works when ho struck out
into his own paths. The op. 20 Is much,, better
known to coucort-goors, principally from tho
soooml movement, tho Funeral March, which
owes its existence to Boothovou’s determination
to excel tbo march in Paor's opera of “ Achillea,”
which his friends had boon extolling. Tho op.
81, in which Beothovon departed from hia usual
custom, and gave to tho throe move
ments tho titles: tho Adiou, Absence, ami
Roturn. is also comparatively well known. Liko
all of Beethoven's sonatas, it has a moaning, mid
is osprossivo of deep fooling. Liko tho two
sonatas in op. 14, which represent
between a husband and wife, this represents a
dialogue of parting botwoon a lover and his mis
tress, tho meditation during absence and tho
joyful wolcomo of tho return. In tho recital of
those groat works, Mr. Wolfsohn displayed tho
results of tho mort careful and conscientious
study, a thorough appreciation of tho fooling of
tho music, and very decided skill of technique iu
making his effects so that tbo moaning of tho
music should bo apparent to his hearers.
Ho was rewarded tor his efforts
by tho sympathy of his audience,
and by their undivided attention. Hiss Has
kell sung two of Beethoven's minor songs,
“Wonno dor Wohmuth” and “Nouo Liobo,
Noucs Loboh,” which wore handsomely acknowl
edged by the audience, notwithstanding tho fact
that Aliss Haskell has yot much to loam and
some peculiarities of stylo to overcome boforo
sho can thoroughly master Beethoven's music.
Mr. Wolfsohn has commenced a groat work iu
tho recital of these sonatas, and ho should bo
richly rewarded for it. No other musician iu
this city, however competent ho may havo been,
has douo so much for music mid musical cul
ture, and it is all tho moro creditable to Air.
Wolfsohn that ho is doing it without tho expecta
tion of pecuniary gain.
musical nEcnmoK.
A musical reception by the pupils of Miss H.
Holman was given on Tuesday evening last at
the residence of Mr. A Gramns, 11D2 Indiana
avenue, and proved a genuine pleasure to those
who attended. The pupils were assisted by
Mrs. TV 33. Stacey (soprano), and also by
Messrs. Smith, Phillips, Clark, and Hubbard of
tbo Apollo Club.
TUB OLD FOLKS.
Caroline Rlchings and her old folks, os has
already been announced, give the first of their
entertainments at McCormick's Music Hall this
evening. This undaunted little woman has
tried her fortunes on tho dramatic, the con
cert, and tho operatic stage in Chicago,
and, if sho has not made her fortune, she lias at
least m&do fame ou all of them. Having ex
hausted all tho moans of fortune belonging to tho
present century, she has now gono bock a hun
dred years or so, and will come dotvn to us to
night from a former generation. Lot her have
a hearty welcome in remembrance of tho many
pleasant occasions which her name and abilities
have given to ns. Her name alone should till
McCormick’s Hall to overflowing. Tho pro
gramme is as follows:
TAUT L
1, Ancient Madrigals All tho Singers
In, 41 Since First I Saw Your Face."
H), 44 Now is tho Mouth of Maying."
2. Quintette—' 14 Wow Gentle Galea "
a. The Triton The Old Folks
4. 41 Old Folks at Borne " Margery Pluchwlfo
C. Apiece ou the 0rgan........ Ezekiel Overdo
C. 41 Sweet and Low ” The Singers
7. 44 Sweet Genevieve " Prudence Partridge
5. Male four part time.......... Tho men singers
n I Ancient, s. "Russia." A. B, 1700.
9 * 1 Modern, b. 4, 0h, Lord, how Manifold." A. D. 1870
PART n.
1, Vocal Symphony By Ambrose Thomas
1. Pastoral prelude. 2. Morning hymn. 3. Moun
tain uoug. i. Thunder Storm. 6. Villagers’
Dance...... Alt the Old Folks
2. Plano solo Pcrlgrluo Pouudkoys
i a fiintrlm? "Lrayon (Margery Plnchwifo.
3. A Singing .Lesson < Win the Fight LUHewlt
i. “ Oh, Dear, what can tho Matter ho .The Siugoni
5. “lixcelutor" Margery Pincbwife
0. “Barbara Allen" ..Win the Fight Littlewit
7. “ Good Night, Beloved ” Tuo Old Folks
8. 11 Quaker Courtship ” {gS!/St‘ PP '“
0. “ Auld Lang Syne ” Tho Blngera
PROTECTING REBECCA STREET.
Fotor Downey filed a bill in tbo Superior Coart
late Saturday afternoon for an Injunction
against tbo Chicago & Groat Western Railway
Company. Downey says that about two yeans
ago the Company, then called tho LaSalle &
Chicago Railroad Company, obtained permission
to bring its track into town, passing, including
other streets, on Rebecca street, on which Downey
has some bouses and lots. The conditions wore
that the Company should build a track from Chi
cago to LaSalle, and should pay for the land
taken in the city before it used tho same. The
two years will expire May C, 1874, yet no stops
were taken until a few days ago. Mo money has
boon paid, butDowueyallogoa that tho Company,
though having abandoned its road outside the
city, still intends to locate within, and will, he
fears, some night or Sunday within tho next
throo weeks, lay its track on Roboooa street.
This will damage bis property at least 25 per
cent, and render access thereto dangerous and
difficult. Ho therefore asks an injunction to
Erovont any such proceeding, at least until ho
as been recompensed for tho damages occa
sioned thereby.
THE TAYLOR-SIitITS-BIODAN CASE.
To the Editor of The Chicago Tribune:
Bm : Having read an incorrect account of an
unfortunate affair which took placo at tho resi
dence of 001. 8. T. Taylor, No. C4l Wabash av
enue, on tho evening of Wpdnoaday, April 8,
and, boing.au Inmate of said house, I fool that
justice to Hr. W. W. Taylor demands that a true,
and not perverted, version of tho case should bo
givou tho public, which is as follows :
Whilo engaged in taking tea wo woro startled
by a succession of thrilling shrieks of mortal
anguish, evidently proceeding from tho lips
of a woman. In a moment Hr. Taylor
rushed to tho second floor, and, In a ter
rified tone, demanded tho cause, but. falling to
elicit it, sped on to tho thirdj returning, as the
screams had ceased, and, in answer to my inter
rogation as to what was tho matter, replied
hastily. “ Nothing that 1 can find out." in a
very short time they became, if possible, oven
more piercing and alarming, upon which Mr.
Barringer and others exclaimed, “Wo cannot
stand this 1 some ouo is in groat distress ;" and
tho former, Mr. 8., requested the Doctor, who
was writing a proscription for a patient thou in
tho oftico, to accompany him, who reluctantly did
so. Upon their reaching Mrs. Blodan’o door, a
lady from an opposite room exclaimed, “A man
is killing that woman and Mrs. B. bogged that
they would take him out, saying ho would kill
her;—was trying to throw her from tho window,
which was at that time raised.
Mr. Barringer then asked Smith what it meant,
and Dr. Taylor repeated the question, saying it
vtm ft disgraceful proceeding. BmltU replied,
luoroisoly, n Nothing i" and, with au oath, utroyo
THE'CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1874.
to push Dr. Taylor down tho atairo, who ran
down and got his double-barreled shot-gun t but,
while gone. Smith concealed himself till tho
Dootorn friends disarmed him; then wont out,
as tho Doctor hod gone for tho police. Dr. Tay
lor, being a etrangor to both parties, know
nothing of any relation existing between Smith
and Mrs. lllodan; prior to this affair had never
soon Smith, and spoken hut few words with Airs.
It., who was about six weeks ago represented to
his father as a lady from Kentucky, of tho high
est respectability, who desired to rent a room,
wldoh sho did. In defending Airs. 11., Dr. Taylor
only did what any tmo gentleman would havo
felt it his duty to havo done: defended a lone,
unprotected woman, which his father, in accent
ing her ns a tenant, assumed tho responsibility
of doing. What man or woman in Chicago, or
olsowhoro, could or would condemn sucu an
act? llathor will not ono'aml all applaud it?
I hope, sir,.you will iueort this in your to-mor
row’s issue, and oblige, Justice.
Chicago, April 11,1874.
GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Aoadomy of Soionocs will meet at half
past 7 o’clock to-morrow evening In tho Library,
No. 263 Wabash avoimo.
Air. William Isenborg, formerly located in
Chicago In tho interest of ono of the largest
publishing houses, has received from his old
associates a chain worth about S2OO an a token
of good will, and retires from tho lists with
honors.
Mr. N. Gray Bartlett will looturo In tho Chris
tian Union froo course Ibis evening. Subject,
“Telegraphy, Its History and Theory," with ex
perimental illustrations.
Indications point to a very largo mid fnnhion
ablo audience to welcome Mr. John MoOullough
at tho Aoadomy of Alusio to-night. Vory many
oitizons who do not usually attend theatrical on
tortaiumouis aro taking an interest in this rising
young actor. Gen. Pull Sboridan has secured
Suite a number of.seats for Wednesday,—Rioho
eu niglit.
A mooting of the Town Board of South Chi
cago will bo hold at 4 o’clock Wednesday after
noon, for tbo purpose of winding up the unfin
ished business of tho old Board. Tho rocoutly
elected town oificors havo boon sworn in, and
tho books, papers, oto., will bo delivered to them
on tho day mentioned.
Thomas Lord, Clerk, and H. W. Smith.
Cashier, of the BhormanlUouso. havo resigned
thoir respective positions, which they havo so
long and creditably filled, to tako charge of tho
Clifton House, at Ottawa, 111., which they havo
loosed for a number of years. Messrs. Lord ft
Smith are able and experienced hotel men, hav
ing boon connected for many years with several
of oar first-class* hostoirics,and they will un
doubtedly succeed in making tho Clifton, which
is tho finest hotel west of Chicago, second to
uuno in the Western country.
SUBURBAN NOTES,
HYDE PARK.
A regal;* * mooting of tho Trustoos of tho Vil
lage of Hyde Park wos hold Saturday afternoon.
All the members wore present except Mr. Doylo,
of South Chicago.
Bills woro ordered back approved and ordered
to bo paid as follows : llyclo Park Gas Co.,
lighting streets and hall, $311.01; Edward Bido
kotham, for nails, $1; Charolcy Bros, ft Co.i
lumber bill, $17.99 ; threo tlmo ami pay rolls on
improvements, $112.50. Total, $442.50.
Mr. Stioknoy, representing owners of property
on Park street, .asked and obtained leave to
make a statement in regard to tho urgent neces
sity of protecting that street from Lake Michi
gan. Tho storm of last wcok had washed away
six feet, and by tho Ist of Juno tho wholo street
would bo gone and their property endangered.
Various plans for protection were suggested;
piers, street piling, rook deposit, and tho placing
of tho park in tho care and charge of tho South
Park Commissioners. Tbo President was re
quested to confer with the Park Commissioners
on tho subject.
Ou motion of Air. Bonflold, it was
Jletolvcd, Thai no publio street In that part of tbo
village south of Sixty-sixth street bo macadamized
until tho samo boa boon properly sewered and supplied
with water-pipes.
Mr. Stobbings offered tbo following
fiefiolved, That In tbo judgment of (his Board a
main water-pipe should be laid on Fifty-flral tdrcol,
from Hyde Turk atomic to Slate street, thus making a
muln pipe on that street continuous both in llyde Park
and Lako, and that water-pipes on Michigan and Wa
bash avouuou should bo C laches diameter.
Referred to Oommittoo No. 5.
Petitions wore received from James M. Hill
and others, owners of property on Thirty-ninth
street, Forty-first street, State street, Michigan
avenue, Wabash avenue, Prairie avenue, Indiana
nvouuo, Oakwood avenue, Union avenue, South
Park aventio, Vincennes avenue, Langley avenue,
Cottage Grove avenno, Ellis avenue, and Lake
avenue, to adopt a general system of sewerage .
and water-pipes ns far south ami Including For
ty-first street. Referred to Committee No. 5.
From R. W. Bridge and others, for water
pipes on Cornell street; from D. A. Ul
rich and others, for water-pipes on Oak
street, Drexel and Greenwood avenues;
from Wallace Thompson Parsons and others,
for water-pipes on Michigan ami Indiana ave
nues, north of Fifty-ninth street; from XTul
burd & Co., for water-pipes on Michigan,
Wabash, and Indiana avenues, south of Fifty
ninth street; from 11. D. Lewis, owning 700 foot
front, for water-pipes, on Wabash, Michigan,
and Indiana avenues—all of which wore referred
to Oommittoo No. 5. From Francis Abel, saloon
keeper at 830 Cottage Grove avenue, complain
ing of his arrest on the 28th of September, 1878,
on a charge of selling liquor on Sunday, bis
visit to the police station and his deposit of $23
special bail, which ho had never called for, and
praying that sold amount may bo returned
to him. Referred to the Judiciary
Committee. From H. B. Bogao, wish
ing proceedings in condemnation of South
Park, Prairie, aud Calumet avenues suspended
in order to give time for owners of property to
plat aud dedicate the streets to public use. Re
ferred to Committee No. d.
From B. A. Ulhoh'ami others, for a sidewalk
ou west side of Greenwich avenue, between Oak
and Walnut streets. Referred to Oommittoo
No. 4.
11. B. Miller, Treasurer of Cook county, sent
in a communication stating that the law provides
that Town Collectors shaft make settlement for
town, school, and other taxes, ami tnko receipts
of tho proper ollicers for amount of taxes col
lected, less his commission, at tho time the set
tlement is made with tho Collector for State and
county taxes. Accompanying tho communica
tion was a statement from James U. Ely, Col
lector, of amount collected for 1878.
Amount collected, for State, county, and
school tax ~..510,014.20
Anio\mt collected for corporation (ax 0,000.03
Amouut collected for special assessment...,. 10,170.00
Collected on delinquent of 1870 % 10,10
Collected on delinquent of 1871..... 14.00
Collected on delinquent of 1872..;.. 327.48 355.33
Lees Colloctor'B salary 1,5011.00
Salary of Assistant 375.00
Cilice expenses 08.03
Copying delinquent list 8X7.05
Copying special aaecfisiuouta 70.20
Total $ 2.ar,7.n:i
Received for collection State and county tax.. 032.28
Balance duo village Treasury,
Bofonod to the Judiciary Committee.
The President called attention to the condition
of Forty-sovouth street, between Hyde Park
avenue and Droxol boulevard, and the repairs
needed. The matter was referred to tho Super
intendent.
O. E. Hoqaembourg presented his fifth sworn
estimate of >vater pipes furnished, tested, and
delivered according to his contract, vis: 3(10 foot
of Ifi-inoli, 2,233 foot of 14 inch, 2,818 foot of 12-
inch, and 330 feet of B-lnoh, amounting to
$32,010, lees 20 par cent reserved, or $0,022,
leaving $20,038, with requests that warrants bo
issued to him payable in water bonds for
amount. Beforrod to Committee No. 6.
Adjourned to Saturday.
A temperance mooting will be held tills even
ing at half-past ? o’clock, at tho First Presby
terian Ohuroh, Hydo Pork. Mrs. DoQoor will
speak only half an hour, after which a temper
ance society will bo formed.
LOMJtATID.
The Bov. Mr. Oaviuo has accepted & call from
the First Church.
Tho members of the Ladies' Union gave an
entertainment Friday evening, at tho church on
North Main street. The attendance was largo,
and tho ladies succeeded in giving perfect satis
faction.
A Laily’i Wardrobe in 1713*
Tho follftwing is a curious inventory of the
contents of a lady’s wardrobe In 1712, with the
price of each article: A smock of oambrlo hoi
land, throe and one-half ells, £2 2o ; Marseilles
quilted petticoat, three yards wide and ono yard
long, TO 3a t a hoop petticoat covered with tab,
£1 IBs ; a French or Italian silk quilted petti
coat, ono and oiio-quartor yards deep and six
yards wide, £lO j mantaau and petticoat of
French brocade, £7l; French point or Flanders
laced bond, rutiles, and tucker, £BO j English
stay, covered with tably, £Bj a French necklace,
3s i Flanders loco handkerchief, £lO l French
or Italian flowoxa lor tho hair, £2 l an Italian
fnn, £5! English Silk stockings, vCI, English
shoos, £2 10s i French ginllo, 15s 5 a cambric
pookolhaudkorohlof, 10a } I ronch khl gloves. 2s
(Id i black French Bilk ft-la-modo hood, ICs t
black French loco hood, £6 iCs; Froncli em
broidered knot and bosom knot, £2 2s ; French
garters, £1 6b j pockets of Marseilles quilting,
£1 5a .‘muff, £6 6a j sable tippet, £ls } lining
of Italian lutestring, £8 { thread stockings, 10a;
Turkey handkerchief, £G 6a ; a hat of Leghorn,
£lloa :ft boavor and feather for tho forest, £8;
a riding suit with embroidery of Paris, £47 10a ;
threo drosses for tbo masquerade, two from
Venice, £3O ; dross from Parfu of green velvet,
a la Sultanosso, sot with pearls and rubies, £123
16b.
An Incident ot the CUUclhurst I»ll
grlmngc.
London Conetpandence of the uVeio York Timet,
There was ono incident connected with tbo
folo at Cjilaolhurst which is worth recalling. In
tho tout near tho spot occupied by tho prince
was a very old woman, dressed in an antique
costume, and looking liko a peasant woman of
other days. As tho Princo began to road, elio
was greatly moved, “ That's so, my aon 1” sho
cried ; “ that’s tiuo, Monselgnour, every word
ofltl ,Tui?t listen to that!” And when tho
speech ended ulm swung her bonnet and cried
Vivo VEmpf.n ni'} Thou sho wanted to kiss tho
Princo, oud, when stopped, she pushed every
ono aside and said It was her right. “Lot mo
go,” sho said, “lamMmo. Lohou, dean of tho
women cf lea Hollos,” This was enough, ami
her rights woro immediately recognized. Bho
kissed tho Princo ami embraced tho Empress,
and was loudly applauded. Mine. Lobon is
now tho oldest huckster of tho Central Alarkols,
and tho doyenne of the association. On thu re
turn of Napoleon I. from Elba Bho was charged
with tho presentation of tho bouquet in tho
midst of tho demoiselles of tho Hullo, a tradi
tional ceremony ,vith this powerful corporation.
To-day oho ta the oldest living, and finds herself
nt tho head of a fortune orlwo millions. Sbo
owns threo houses in tho Ruo do Turbico. Bho
has always boliovod iu tho star of tho Napoleons,
.and called her sou Napoleon Lobou. After
tho fall of tho first Emporor. sho was greatly
interested in Napoleon 111., and visited
him several times when in oxile. When ho died
sho put ou mourning. It was Almo. Lobon who
organized tho famous ball of tbo Haller after tho
2d of December, or tbo coup d'elal , for which
5,000 invitations woro issued. Tho Emporor did
not como to tho ball, but-his representative em
braced her publicly on entering, ami took her
hand to open tho dancing. On tbo birth of Na
poleon IT. sho presented tbo traditional bouquet,
and claimed her right of kissing tho child when
baptized in May, 1856, in tho Church of Notre
Damo, a ceremony which I saw, and which I
shall novor forgot. Ono can now understand
why Almo. Lobon was warmly embraced when
her name was beard. Bho said that sbo boned
to present a bouquet to a eon of tho Princo, but
at any rate she should not tuink of dying before
she hud presented one with a kiss on his coro
nation.
—Senator Boutwell’s illness, according to tho
Boston Gazette, causes serious anxiety to his
friends. Tbo trouble is mainly with his head,
which is in such a condition as to render reading
or writing to any extent impossible.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
FOlt SALK-FINE FARM 7 MILKS FROM CITY
limits, close to railroads and on publio road, contains
100 acres (mid loss), 1U acres woodland, balance highly*
Improved; good buildings. Price, $176 nod loss per acre,
ua very o:.sy terms. Also groat variety ot other Innns, by
J. O. HUSZAGH, » Knat Madtaoa-Bt..
For bale-lots on btatk-st. and vin
oennes-av., nt Knglovrood, for only Qftoo oach; term*
easy; pUlownlk right to tbo depot; only four biuoks away;
abstract furnished for each lot: don’t miss tills chance;
onlyafawlnftatthatprlco. lUOIS A OADWKLL, Rooms
19 and 20, 71 Dparhorn-st.
T7IOR SALE-ACRE PROPERTY-S « 8 W if OP
i.’ 800. 6. 36, 15. on M. U. H. It., and near Bhcluuld.
HAMILTON it ULUIIM. l!>0 Sooth Qlark-st.
For bale-5 acres fronting east on
Btonoy island-av., bolwcoa Seventy-third and Seventy,
fourth-sis. BN YORK & LKU, 14 Nixon’s Uulldiug.
northeast comer Monroo and LaSalle-ata.
For salb-in kvanston and north bvans.
ton, houses and cottages of from 5U> 10 rooms, at
prices ranalup from $1,200 to $7,500, at bettor bargains
and upon bettor terms than any commission man or small
dealer oan atford to giro. Lumbar, brick, furniture, and
carpeting will bo taken for real estate, broo ride to viow
prouorty. Call from 2to C o'clock. O. E. BROWNE,
Room i. 118 Montoo-sU
IBOR SALE -40 ACRES AT WASHINGTON
X* Heights, on (ho rldgo; terms to suit. SNYDER A
LEE. 14 Nixon's Bulidiug, northeast cornor Monroo and
Latjallo-eta.
IBOR SALE—AT EVANSTON-I HAVE BKVEKAL
X) houses and lots situated near lake shore, the pleasant
oat part of Evanston, cheap and on easy terms; also sev
eral houses to rent: also great bargains in cheap lots and
ohoico building lots. Call or address J. K. FOWLER,
opposite depot, Evanston, 111.
IpOU BALE—AT UINSDALK-I AM READY TO
1 soil on bettor terms and prices than anybody, tho best
suburban property of Chicago—houses, lots, or noros.
Call from ID to 1 at 73 and 74 Doarborn-at. O. J.STOUGH.
For salk-in winnktka, new house, s
rooms, papered throughout: on large grove loi over
looking lake; well, cistern, collar, etc. Tonus easy, to
Buit. Innulre of R. M. GRAVES, Winnotka. 111.
For salk-makr rents buy a home-six
good bouses at Englewood, 4 eplondld houses at Smith
Evanston, on monthly payments by owner*. TILLOT
SON BROS.. 272 and 274 State-at.
FOR SALB-IN EVANSTON—COTTAGE AND LOT
blocks from depot; good location, treesand ehrubs
on ground. 146 South Wator-st., Room 9.
PGR SALE—AT HINSDALE—AT A BARGAIN ON
easy terms, a noat Gothic house, with lower, olght
Tory pleasant rooms, bosldo basement, and live largo
closets, halls, porches, wolland clatorn, on a largo lino
lot near tho depot. Alan a nice little place, all complete,
furgl.UOO. O. J. STQUGII, ?3 Doarbora-st.
Edit SALE-AT ENGLEWOOD—IM SPLENDID
lots near tho depot and Normal School, cheap and
on easy terms. SPOFFORD, BYRNE A DR ARE, Room
4, 14a Olark-at., Room 1 Morooey’s Block, Englowood.
FOUSALE— AT EVANSTON—CHOICE BUILDING
lots 3 to 3 block* from depot, on tho ridge, with largo
trees. WHIPPLE A CASTLE, 116 Monroo-st. and 200
LaSailo-st.
I'bOß SALE-AT EVANSTON-CHEAP LOTS OR
} blocks; algo aero property at great bargains if taken
ntoiico, WHIPPLE A CASTLE, 110 Mouroo-SU or 200
LoSatlo-st.
I~BOR SALE-AT EVANSTON—AN ELEGANT RKSI
. donee on (ho Woat Ridge, containing 13 rooms, cast
front, modsrnlmprovoments. stable, and Una ground*;
cation very dosirablo: will bo sold under value, on easy
hub, II taken suuu. 0. D. PAUL A CO., 81 Waehlug
loU-LC.
IBOR SALE-AT KVANSTON-A VERY CHOICE
. dwelling of ID rooms, on Churoh-st., near Orhigton
av,: fine location and convenient to station: a bargain.
Q» D. PAUL A CO., 63 Wasblngtoa-et.
IBORSALB—AT WILMETTE AND ROGERS PARK
1’ Several commodious two-otory frame houses, with
brick basements, convenient to station, schools, chmcli
cs, oto,; tortus easy. One or two nil) bo sold on mouthly
payment*, II desired. O. D. PAUL A CO., 63 Vfashlng
ton-et.
lilOR HALB-AT NORTH AND SOUTH EVANSTON
’ —Some very dcdrablo booses, cheap, ami on easy
tonus. 0. D. PAUL A CO., 08 Wnshtngtomst.
]7>OU SALE-8 YEARS’ TIME-01101015 HYDE
' Park lota. ucarSonth Park; also, lots near car-shops.
J. U. BISSELL, 45 Bryan Block.
FOR BALE—A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE AND 60 FEET
of land, wear tho Hyde Park Hotel, for about what
the house coat. Other beautiful residences at Hyde Park
and Kenwood very cheap. Apply to BARKER A
WAIT, Ho Doarborn-«t.
170R SALE—IO ACRES ON STONY ISLAND
L 1 Boulevard, near South Chicago, on S years’ Um \at 8
per cent; will soil ID or SO acres, TltOS. A. HILL,
Owner. 123 Doatborn-at.
FOR SALK-10 ACRES IN SEC. 17. 40, 13, INJEF
forion, at a bargain, by O. FISHER, 1136 Mil
yaukoo-av.
FOR SALE-HOUSES AND LOTH IN OAK PARK
and Austin. Small paymenU down. HOLLBY A
ALLEN, Room3l, Metropolitan Block. ~
1 noiI.BALK-WKST HIDE AOUK-PHOPEUTY—
' Near Contra! Park ami Northwestern Car-Simps, ilx
6-aoroblocks and4n aoros In a body; very low. PUIiINO
TON 4 SCRANTON, 270 and SITU South Wator-at.
T7IOR SALK-AT RAVKNSWOOD DESIRABLE
I* bonso ami 163x142 ft.. $5,600; easy forma. North
Rarnoswood—Lots,nearly opposite my rcsldcmou, sl2 per
foot; Tory choice. ROBERT GREER, 2M Mndtson-st.
TTtOR BALK-FINK LAUGH HOUSE AT WOOD.
1* lawn, one block from tho depot and near (bo park,
large lot aud stable, SB,OOO, oasy torms.
House and lotoornor of Forty-fiflh-st. and Uvans ar,,
with good barn, $3,000. ULRICH 4 BOND, 811 Door*
luirnsl.
$'J,035.!25
.$19,905.61
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
TVT ANTED—FROM 60 TO 160 AORKB, NEAR RAIL
YV road, within fifteen miles of tho city. U. I'.
WANTED —WR HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR
modluru'pricod homes on tho West Hide, Owners
will plcaso leave doaoripthm with HOLLEY 4 ALLEN.
Room 21 Motropnlilnn llluok.
TO EXCHANGE.
T WANT TO KXOIIANOK FOUR LOTS IN THE
X Tillagoof Jefferson.aud cash, for good luton South
Shlo, or homo andlot. Will assume sowo inuumbraucu.
Addreaa O, 61U Oottago Orovoav.
fjVo EXCHANGE—COTTAGE AND GROVE I AITS
X at donut south for (arms or other property. L. A.
GILBERT 4 CO., ilug Laballo-sL, basement.
rno IcxaiiANGK-IMPIioVKD' OITyT'ROPEUTY
X for Improved or unimproved proporty at Riverside.
U. K. HUBBARD, dll., Real Estate Agent, 168 Wash*
lugUm-st.
WANTED— A HOUSE—(TO OCCUPY IMMEDIATE*
ly) of tea nr muru rooms, in exchange for s3,ttK) lot
and bam aud cash; prico of house aud lot, SII,OOO to
$0,000; do Inuumbrauoe. Address FRANK, Tribune
olllco.
PERSONAL.
I NFORMATION WANTED-MRS. DOWNER,HERB
X doulruss, Is wantod to attend Gcorgo A. UollU, Black
berry, 111., who Is worse. Any ono knowing whore Mrs.
Downer la will confer a furor by sending iiur address to
tho ahuvo, or by lotting her knowof this ndvorHsemont.
INSTRUCTION.
A GERMAN YOUNG LADY WISHES TO GIVE
private lessons to American ladles who want to learn
the Qormau language. Pluaso address A! 60. Tribune
oil I cm
LOST AND lOUND.
T OKT-m.ADK HSOUIMAUX DOO i HAD ON
XJ whop loft, chain cellar, blno leather lining. Finder
will )>• liberally uvratdld by rouumug same Ur U>« siabl#
bo. Luauts-st.
CITY HEAIi ESTATE.
ijior halr-iiy j, f. pirrson, in drarhoun.
JL 1 at., Room 6i Rudders and contractors take notice—
Hpeolal bargain ollorod In n lolllUKxSaa feet, oastfront,on
Throop, Just south of Van Huron-at. [ small cash payment
If Immediately Improved; not bo favorable on opportunity
for building cheaply will Bonn occur si la ottered this
•prlng. 001 l and gotTiartlodlam. .
45 acres Hoc. 19,217. 18. corners on ttin Calumet River.
40 auras 800. 21, 37, 13, on 0., D. A V. It. It.
40 acres 800. 16, no, M, near the Northwestern oar-simps.
Also residences on the avenues south, Mid in the West
And North Divisions. aI from $3,000 to #116,000, Suburban
residences and lot* chenp, and on lon* Mtuo; also busi
ness nropnrty. Improved and unimproved, nt prices mi
usually tow; alto o«clnn*oi ottered In all kinds of real oa
lAlo. Please examine my Hat before purchasing.
won BAMS-riNl£ NEW LAUOIi HUIOK UICBI
- donee, water, gas, every convenience, Rood barn,
oto,, lot 100x160, comer Kgandslo-av.and Ohoatnnt-it.,ln
Ugamlal*, near BoutU Park and lloulorardi easy terms.
lirick residence on Uroonwood-nv., near Uak-st., all
modem Improvomonte, octagon front, with lot 76x104. to
Alloy, $14,000; owner will take tamo cheaper properly,
clear.
Ctiolco building lot, 100x160, In Kgandalo, northwest
cornorCliosliiut-st. anil llroonwood-av., with tine over*
greens; liberal terms ollcrod to party who will build.
_ ULUIUII AjJU.NU. BO Dearborn-st.
WOR BALR-AN RLRGANT URBIDItNCK WITH 84
X 1 foot of ground, on corner of West Washington ami
Woort-Bts. A groat, bargain.
_ A hrst-claes marble-trout house on Pralrlo-ar.* near
Twonttotb-st.
. A nlco mothlo-front bouso on Walmab>av., near Twenty
third-st.
A llrat-olftss marble-front bonte on Wabash-tv., bo
twoon Thirteenth and Pourtoonlh-Rta,
Also Bcvornl other llrst-class and'very desirable resi
dences, eligibly located, at prices ranging from $16,000 to
&60,1'00. A. J. AViiIUiLL, 180 Dearborn-st., llouoro
llluck.
TiH)R R A I,IS—COT TAG R AND LOT, C0X126, NO. 835
X' Madlnun-at. ; store and lot, 'JBxIUO, No. 2tK» West Modi*
son-it. 5 huuso and let, 60 feel, corner Nebraska and
l>ooinls;house and lot, 2*ll youth Oakley; store nnd lot3lo
Oudon-av. ;brtok, No. SIl Park-sv.; house and lot 213
Park-av.; lot 60x125, Peoria, north of Jackson; house and
lot, 60 foot, No. 411 Park-av.; cottage and lot, 80 feet, 343
Park-av.; House and lot, 60 feet, No. 86 Park-av.; brick
171 Bsuth Peorla-st. Lot 86x135, Madison cast of Oallfor
nla-av.; ClUli'*, Monroe cast of Callforola-av., cheap. 1).
COLK i SON, 188 West Atadlson-st.
1" pOll SALIS—PAfIK-AV.—ON MONTHLY PAY
-1 monls. Wo aro building ton 7-room cottages on Park
av., Jnnt oast of Central Park, which wo will sell on very
avorablo terms. These houses are built In tho mostsub
stantlal manner, and will bo ready for occupancy May I.
t'all and examine plans at our office. 11. O. BTONIS,
Uoom 8, 14d liast Mndlaou-st.
IpOll RALK—COTTAGE AND UHI3AP LHASK, AT
1 313 South Dcarborn-et., cornpr Twonty-ltfth.
FOR SALK—LOT, 24xlW frkt to alley. on
West Ilarrlson-sl., bolwnon Hoyneand Loavilt.chnap,
on Inng time, at Room 4, 145 Knst Monroo-st. WILBON.
OR~BALK/—AT 1 A BARGAIN-LOTS ON WRS'iV
orn-av,, Lexington. Polk, Taylor, and Oampboll-nv,
Partlos wisfibi* to build, no money required down. Might
furnish a little to parties If required. Inquire at 135 South
Ulatk-st.. in bank.
F*' OR BALE—3-STOUY AND BASEMENT MARULE
front house, with brick burn, No. 837 Imllaua-av.,
$14,000, on easy terms. Furniture will bo cold with tho
bouse, If desired. Apply to Oil AB. L, JENKS, oornor
West Twoniysoound and Flsk-sla.
tpOR SALE-AT A GREAT BARGAIN ON MONTH-
Iy payment*. (1 now cottages located on Polk am]
Taylor-sta. near Westcrn-av. inquire at No. 135 South
CUrk-Bt., <n bank.
IROU BALE—MANUFACTURING LOTfl-H* ACRES
■ northwest cornorof Thirty-nlnth-st. ami Stowart-av.;
nomanny ronulrod from parties who wish to improve im
mediately. BNYDER4 LEK. 11 Nixon’s Building,north
east oornor Monroo and LaSalls-bts.
TTtQR BALK—TWO FIRST-CLASS NEW HOUSES ON
I 1 Oak-AV.j brick, octagon front, 12 rooms; easy terms.
E. LKlt, 195 Oalumot-av.
■ijidii BALE—A FINE 3-HTORY AND BASEMENT,
X marble-front dwelling, good locality,bandy to business
portion of Chicago; elegantly furnished; will noli furnish
ed or unfurnished ut a bargain, on long time, if desired.
Call or address tho owner, 12. It, GAIU), 15 North ,UlJa
ton-st. .
For salb-uousk and lot and barn by
tlio owner. No, 431 South Doarbom-sU Imiutrofion
tlio promises.
ijtQR SALE—DREXUL BOULBVARD-183 BY 185
X’ northwest corner of Urcxol-honlovnrd and Unlou-av.
•SNYDER A LICE, No. U Nixon Bulldldg, northeast cor
ner of Monroo and LaSalle-sla.
1?0R BALK—BY TUB OWNER, A NEW HOUSE
• and lot on Monroo-st., 25 foot oast of Francisco nud
tho Harry Point-road j house contains 9 rooms, painted
throo cents, and grained all through parlor Btory. Price
only $2,800. inquire at H3t West Adami-st.
For bale—wxisi on wabash-av., near
Thirty-tlrst-st., oast front, at a bargain. Apply to tho
owner at o7 Btato-st. D. B. COVERT.
I'nOß SALH-OR TRADE-FIVE 2-STORY BRICK
' brick buildings, corner Jcilotson mid DoKovon-nts.
will bo finished by Aprii 20. HARVEY T. WEEKS,
100 Fifth-nr.
IROR SALE-CHOICE ACHE PROPERTY BAST OF
} Central Park. WHIPPLE A CASTLE, 116 Monroo
st. or £OO LnSallo-st.
B'OR balb-or rent-tub thrkb-story and
basement artificial-stone-front dwelling, 808 North In
diana-st. A complete, woll-bnllt structure. with all
modern improvomouis. G. B. HUBBARD, IKJ East Wash
ngton-Bt.
For salk-cottagk and 10t443 arnold-st.,
near Twonty-nightb-st.: SI,7W); SIOO cash, balance to
suit, M. 0. BALDWIN A CO.. M LaSalle-at., Room 22.
For sale-or exchange—octagon-front
brick houro, 3 atorlo*, basement, and attic, all modern
Improvements, good brick barn. 1 block from cars, 2
blocks from tho beautiful Uncoln Park, good view of tho
lakalrom (ho front window. Very desirable. ‘•RICE A
OADWeLL, 71 Doarborn-at., Rooms 19 and 20.
For balk-2 beautiful lots for si.oto
each, !i cash, balance (1,12, 18. Sl.and 38 months. This
is a ohanco for those who wish to build Insload of paying
rent, RICE A OADWELL, 71 Doarbota-sfc., Rooms 18
and 20.
1“pOR SALE—OLTNTON-BT.—MXIGO FEET, WEST
J front, on Ulintou-st,, near Harrison. SNYDER A
LEE, No. 14 Nlxou Building, northeast corner of Monroo
and LaSallo-ats.
won SALB-WK OFFER A CHOICE PIECE OF
X' dock property at Arohor>ar. and Uruve.st. onllbor.il
termstorwlllcxohanßOfar good business or aero prop
(■rty: no Incumbrance. D, COLE A SON, 183 West
Madlsim-st.
IPOR SALK—BY OWNER, 23 FEET ON CORNER
' Wabasb-av. and Flfty.thlrd-Bt. Will bo sold, if taken
tills week, for 81,600, must have money. This la a bar
gain aoldom met with. Address U 94, Tribuno office.
IPOR BALR-WK OFFER «) ACHES FRONTING
)• Contml Park, and running from Madlaou to Harri
hon-at., subdivided into blocks uf 6?i acroa each, at low
ligutcs and on easy terms. D. OULU A HON, Ileal Es
tolo Agent. 133 West Madlson-st.
TP OR HALE—RESIDENCE ON WEST HIDE. GO-
X' logon front, 2-story and basement brick. Excellent
location. Cheap. HENRY WALLER, JR., 88 Wash-
Ington-st., Room 4. .
TPOR SALE—3IOX2OB FEET. SOUTHWEST CORNER
X* of Thlrty-flrst-st. anil Cottago Oruve-av., with lm
nmvomouta, routing fur 54.&0; terms very ouey. SNY
DER A LEE. 14 Nixon Building, northeast corner Mon
roo and LaSalle-ats.
BUSINESS CHANGES.
A SPLENDID GROCERY. WITH A GOOD MEAT-
Ji-iiurkot,doing n very good Imßnosa.for sale; reason fur
Hulling, chance of business. Inquire at 174 South JolTer-
Bon-hl., corner Juckiuu.
AN ICK-CRE’aM SALOON FOR .SALE, OIIKAP;
must bo sold. Call soon. 7CU Rouen llalsted-at.
A retail drug store for SALE CHEAP; a
good bargtln. Address U SI, Tribune oflloo.
"a - first-class board!na- house~for sale,
JX. situated in tlio beat part of Dio city, with 40 niums,
nicely furnished, with now carpets and beds. Kent rua
f,unable, Inquire of GEORGE FLISHMANN, 856 aud
803 South llalatod-st.
A GERMAN PRIVATE BOARDING-HOUSE FOR
sale cheap, on accouutof'salUm! to Germany. Cheap
rent, and loose as wanted. No. Eslt West Twolitii-st.
IMJSVnKSS FOR SALE IN DRY-GOODS ANDGRO-
Jj eerie*. Rent very low. Stock from 64,00b to s4,ftlXl;
can bo reduced to cult. Aram opportunity. Cash oua
toimironly. Apply at S3 Madlsuu-bt., Room 4. M. H.
REYNOLDS.
Dental office for raleoiieap-in one of
tho must pleasant cities In Central Illinois: good
practice: no competition: St. Louis prices; no bonus
asked. Inquire Immediately of Dr. FRENCH, Grlggs
villo, 111.
] Excellent ohance-a live man with
U brains and a few bundled dollars can hnvo an Interest
lu or buy the whole of an all cash retail business estab
lished aud making money. Address D, 3SO Stale st.
TOB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE-SMALL,
0 complete, nearly now, and well-located. Terms easy
to good parties. Andreas F 11, Tribune otllco,
MHUrVEUY - RKH'I’AURANTYN CHICAGO
X ter sale, connected with A No. 1 harand billiard-tables;
Is located on n prominent comer of Olnrk-st., in tho very
mart of tho bualuoos centre: Is paying excellently; doelro
to leave Die city, and Will sell very reasonably. Cali, for
lullpartloulani, atPJEust AladUou-st., Room 13. J. Q.
UUizAUD.
WILL BUY HALF INTEREST IN Ifil.flOO
■pUUVJ stock and business, paying a clear protit of if SCD
|ior month. __!43 LaSnllo.gt., Ronm 29.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
South Siao.
1 nn THIRD-AV., NEAR HAURISONST.-BRIOK
iuu hnuae; hoard for ladles or gentlemen at $4 to #S.CO
porwook, with übo of piano; day board SI.
West Side*
QKQWKST LAKK-ST.-FURNISFIED ROOMS IN
0«J0 now brick building, with board, suitable fo# ono,
two, three, orumr; price from $6 to $8 per week.
ohn WEST WASIUNGTON-ST.—NICELY FOIL
OOU nlshod front room, with tirst-olass board.
North Sitlo
no WHITINQ-ST., CORNER OF WELLS—ONE
4 O furnished room, with or without board, loroao or
two gentlemen in a small family.
Countrv.
GOOD BOARD AND PLEASANT ROOMS IN
pleasant suburb, near Chicago 4 Milwaukee Rail,
road; fare 7 cents; terms moderate. Address A 66, 'Trib
une olllco.
BOARD WANTED.
BOARD-RV a YOUNO GENTLEMAN, WHO IS
tired of hotels and boarding-houses, a room and board
with a private family; would idea to bo near Twenty.sue.
ond-sl., on ono of tho arounos: pleasant aeclety and homo
comforts preferred to atylos will pay a liberal prico aud
take dinners down town. Will gfvo (ho bust of reference.
Address 1111, Trllmpo otfloo.
FOR SALE.
IBOR HALE-BODA FOUNTAIN—t DORR'S COT.
X 1 tago fountain, Tonnossue and Italian marblo. with
copper gonoralorand two 15-gatlon fcnutalns; oust. com.
IB oil HALE-A LAHOK FIRE AND BURGLAR
X' .proof safe with combination looks, snltabio for a
bank or jowulry-slore. very ohoap. inquire of Pralrio
biato Loan and. Trust Omppcuiy, HO West WashlngUm^
TO LEASE.
rjlO LEASE—LUMBER-YARD, NORTH-AV., DI-
X rooflj north and adjoining Waldo 4 Waters' lumber
yard, 107 foot on river by 2yo. or by 600 foot to Hawthorne
av. Chicago 4 I'aelllo Railroad runs through tho tract
Inquire at Room 43 Exchange Building.
rpO t LEASE- uTiKAP —a ' NUMBER OF FINK
A bulldhißlotsluat outside tho lire limits. A. li.
GUILD, d It., fkl arid 83 Desrhorn-st., lUninia 10and 13.
HOUSEHOihi GOODS.
WANTED-HOUSKHOLD FURNITURE, EITHER
now or second-hand, utllou furniture, planus, sowing
maohlnos, or any otld lids of good* or muroiiaudisu. Call
and see ns before selling. OSIiUUi) 4 WILLIAMS, «U
South Uauai-H.
TO RENT-HOUSES.
1m nRNT-nounßß-so4 south qreen.-bt.
, 171 West Vanlluron-st., unataira.
487, 77-1, 7Mnnd 788 Welt Jaoksou-*t.
H7 Hoyno-st,
89 llnyno-st.
P't Hnyne-st.
WS Wnll Madison-«t,
Wi and 387 Well Lako-Bt. . •
m Wmt Hnbtmrd-st. ?
123 West Taylor-st.
ihj, a 2ft, 3ix, aw, »32 nnd ml Wabaah-nT.
K«, ClB am) W7 Miohl«nn-av.
lift! and 1169 Mlohlgan-av.
l»i, Jutland 167 Kotirlh-av.
H3Thlrd-av„ lOrooaii, newly painted and papered i
cheap rent.
Second floor 006. 068, 874 and 376 Bonlh Olark-st.. 8
rootun each.
438 South Clark-at.
Apply to J. M. MARSHALL,
ileal Kitato and Renting Agency, 97 South OlntM-st.
No.eafimHANT.
X nv., 8-atory and basement marble-front homo, with all
modern hnprovomonta and largo brick barn: will bo
ahown to appUcanla. Tor torma apply to OIIAS, L.
JENKB, corner of West Twenty-seooua and Flsk-sls.
rim RENT-OHEAP-NOS. 218, 318, AND2I7 N'OUTH
XSlato-st., two-story and basements, brick, with nil mod*
era Improromonls,containing ten rooms each, with yards.
Plana and drawings of tho sumo oau bo awn at my oflloo.
KI.I.IOTT ANTHONY, Wo. 77 Dcarborn-st.
Fno RKNT-THK FIVE NRW STONE-FRONT TWO-
X story and basement dwellings on Pralrlo-av.. corner
Thlrty-suoiind-sU These houses are unusually well-built,
contain furnaces, marble mantels, hot nml cold water,
bath-tubs, wstcr.olosots, coal-vaults, laundry-tubs, and
every modern improvement. Rent $?0 to donirahlo par
ties. M. O. BALDWIN 4 GO., 61 and 8(1 LaSallo-it.,
Room 21.
nib RUNT—TiII? 8-STOUY AND BASEMENT MAR-
X blo-front houses No. 470 and 473 Wabmh-av. Apply
to O. LUNT, Room 8, Mothodtat Üburoti Block,
f PO UKNT-ISSO-O-ROOM COTTAGE IN TUBGROVE
X on Noblo-av., north of oily limits, 8 blacks from
horso-cars. Apply at 135 South Clark-st., Room 11.
rpo RENT—MAY - 1, TO A~PmaT.OI.AfIS TENANT,
•L cheap, the charming marble-front resldenoe, No. 787
Wabash-av. E. 11. OUAIMINUB. No. lU3 Knst Randolph.
TIO RENT—IIOUKIS NO. &1 'i’WENTY-SKGO'ND.HT.,
. .'JS? ‘iTiJ o i* ,( J Wftn tß of a dentist or Jihj-alolan,
itAUlClill 4 WAIT, ICO Dourborn-at.
rilO RISNT-3 FLOORS, 10 ROOMS, WITH WATER
X and gas on both floors, over Pokln Ton Company's
store, 876Stato-st. AUo basement9l*96, with good en
trances front and ro&r.
fpO RENT—FIRST-GLASS BOARDING-HOUSE—
X Tho now 4-stnry marblo front building, senthnost
corner of North Clark and Onlarlo-ata,, containing 88
rooms, with modern improvomonta. Intiufra of tho owner,
MRS. VON.ULAKES, No. 180 North Glark-st.
rpo RRNT-dbTTAOR BRVKN ROOMS; STORK
X (or druggist; store with fixtures and four rooms; nine
r.mm and six-room houses. Ingulro of owner,
Indlnna-av., noarcornorof Twonty-thlrd-sf.
a 10 HUNT—HOUSES M TWHNTY-SRCOND-ST.
. and IHI4 Pralrio-ar., each containing 13 room#, with
modern Improvements; and honsoof 0 rooms in roar of
I*l9 SUto-tt, Inqulio at lain PnUrlo-ftT,
r RENT-HOUSE AND HAHN, WITH LAROK
grounds, £BB Thirty-llrst-nt., bolwoea Michigan and
Wabash-avs. Inquire at h7U Wabaah-av.
rIIENT— ]?nOM MAY 1, TliS THREE-STORY
brick building with basement, No. 28 Smith Uanal
«t. Apply to U. E. HOLMES. C 9 South Ollnton-st.
fpo RENT—FIVE S-STORYi 6, 7 AND~B ROOM
X hnuson near the comer of Waahlngton-av. andiJa
coln-sU logalroof OWNER, 671 comor house.
110 RENT HOUSE NO. 88’ OAIC-AV., NEAR
. Douglas-plaooand Viheonnoa-road, on a ftb-font lot;
has 11 clueolB: lino grass-plot; aocosslbloby Cottage Orovo
horse-can and Hyde Park trains. Rent, $65 nor mouth.
Inquire nt the hardware store, Nos, &Band6ti’Lako-at-
EDWIN HUNT.
rpo RENT—TWO-BTORY FRAME HOUSE, 1133
X Mlchlyan-av., In good repair; has It) rooms, with
closets, olo.; bath-room, gas, water, and all modem Im
provements: location unsurpassed for resident purposes;
price very, low. Apply to J. M. MARSHALL, Real-
EsUto ilrokor andJtoallng Agency, 97 South Clark-st.
fpbliEKT-friirifiLKOA
X av., containing 10 rooms with ail modem Improve
ments; Is healed by steam throughout; largo lot amt good
barn: rentroasonablo to rcspoiisibln party. J. M. MAR
SHALL, Uoal-Eitato Broker and Routing AgonL 07
South Clark-st.
fpO KENT—3-STOHY AND FRENCH ROOF BRICK
X bouse, ISOTwonty-flfth-st.. wit h nil modern Improve*
ments. J. HENRY i JACOB WEIL, 144 and 146 Dear
born-st.
rpo RENT-133 OAKLEV-ST., NEAR FULTON. H
X rooms, two-etery frame, In good repair; arranged for
two families If doetrod; S6O per month. S. E. WELLS,
JSSDuarbornit.
f| O^RKNT—HOUSES NOS. 24 AND 80 THIRTY-
X sovonlb-st., near Lako-av., 10 rooms, two-story
frames; each would accommodate two families: rent vary
low. 8. IC. WELLS, 188 Doarborn-wt.
rPO REST—THE TWO-HTORY AND BASEMENT
X brick dwelling No. l! 3 Hnron-st., near UaHallo. runt
reasonable to a good tenant. Apply to JAMES FROST,
Clarendon House, from U to 2 p. m.
fPO RENT—2BLOCKS WEST”OF LINCOLN PARK,
X now 2-story aud basement brick dwellings of 11 rooms
each, bath-rooms, marblo mantel#, oto.; rent, sls. A.
A., LATUROP, Room 24, 83 LaSatle-st,
rpO RENT-NOS. 17 AND 19 HONORE-ST., TWO-
X story and basement brick honsoa, furnaces and gas
fixtures in each house, and brick barns in roar: half block
south of Madlson-st. oars and ntsgon. Rout, SBO and S9O
par month. JNO. O. ROGERS, City Hall.
TO RENT—THREE FIRST-CLASS HOUSES? WITH
all modern improvements on the North Side, in a
good location; ton minute*’ walk from oontro of bulnosa;
at reduced rates. Plans and drawings atmyolßco. E.
ANTHONY. 77 Doatbom-st.
fpO RENT—FIRST-CLASS HOUSE OF 11 ROOMS;
J all modern Improvements, No. 63 Wapansoh-av. Price
JAlnor month. Apply to Du. CHAMBERLIN, No. 1399
Indfana-av.. near Tulrty-firat-st.
fp6 RKNT-TWO-STORY HOUSE, 415 WEST JACK-
X soa-et., 8 rooms, closets, gas. water, barn, double
lot and uloo neighborhood* $46. Also 3-atory houso, No.
12 Irving I’lnoo, 9 rooms, nlos neighborhood. Very cheap
at $35. D. K. FISK. C Otla Block.
SnburDan.
r HUNT—AT RIVERSIDE—A NEW TWO-STORY
house, about 10 rooms, modern Improvements. Will
rent cheap to a good party. 1). W. THOMAS A BE
MI'.NT, 132 LaHallo-st.. Room 6.
TO RENT—ROOM2J.
HIO RENT-IN THOMPSON’S BLOCK- SUITES OF
A fi rooms; modern improvements, light and airy,
suitable for housekeeping: rent cheap to right parties:
nn first ami second floors. tVM. U. THOMPSON,
West Msdison-st.
a* 10 UKNT-16 ROOMS IN THE NEW MARBLE
building No. 109 Went Madison-st.; Urst-olass order.
D. COLE A SON, 163 West Madison-st.
fpO RENT—FURNISH ED ROOAIB OVER THE NEW
X York Store, 284 and 386 West Madi«ou-st.; b»wt of ref.
orouccs roauirod. Imiulro of P. F. RYAN, In the store.
rnolufNT-VEUY DESIRABLE AND iVIdCQANTLY-
A furnished rooms to bo runted to gontlomon only, at 85
Dearborns!., Room M; charges roaaonablo.
fPO RENT—II2G MICiIiOAN-AV., 11 ROOMS, ALL
J modern improvements; large brick bam. Apply at 12U
LaSalla-st., of owner. W. S. BABCOCK.
T” 6 RENT-SIX ROOMS IN FIRST-CLASS ORDER,
only $25; No. 7.V2 West Madison-st. D. COLE i
SON, West Madison-st. .
fPO RENT—NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS. KINOS-
X bury Block, Raudoiph-st., near Clark. inquire at
Room No. l!U.
TO RENT-STORES, OmOE3, &o
Store*,-
rRF.NT— STORE, 191 WEST MADISON-ST.,NEAR
HuUtod. A I location. D. COLE 4 SON, lUSWeat
Madisou-bt.
f’|iO RENT—STORK—249 LAKE.ST.; ALSO LARGE
X lofta lu Garrett Building. Apply to O, LUNT,
Room 8 Methodist Churoh Bluek.
nib RENT—THIS STORES 148 AND 160 SOUTH
X Wator-st., comer of Clark. This la tho best buisluo.a
stand lu Chicago. Poesossloa given Immediately. Apply
to RUE BROS., 3 and 4 Wabash-av.
FpO RENT-STORE NO. 13 STATE-ST., NEAR
X South Water. SAMUEL GEHU, No. 10 Tribuuo
Building.
•hlO RENT-STORE NO. 4M WABASH-AV.; RENT
X ohoap to tho right party. Callou JONH G. ASULE
MAN, Jeweler, 199 Stato-st.
IDO RENT-4-STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK
X stars No. ill Flllh-nr.. between Washington and
Madison-ets. Also S tint-class 3-story, basement snd
sub-collar brick dwellings Nos. tl ami Ifi Twenty-second,
st. Apply to JOHN GUNZENUAUSER, No. 161 East
Randolph-st.
rno RENT—FROM MAY 1, A LARGE FIRST-
X class store, with basement on suite, 328 West Madison
st., corner of Aberdeen. Apply to Dr. N. S. BARNES,
Room 2, 338 West Madison-st.
rilo RENT-TWO FINK NEW STORKS, 33 AND 23
X foot/rout, Ogdon-nv. and Van Hnron at.; also C-room
dwellings, every convenience, over stores; moderate
routs. G. F. WORK A OU., ISSLatiallo-st.
Offices.
rl RENT—OFFICES SUITABLE FOR BROKERS,
lawyers, railroad aud attior corporations, in Fullerton
Block, 94 Doarborn-et. A few still vacant which will lio
rented at moderate rates. A tire-proof vault with each
suite. Apply at Room 4, in tho building.
rIIENT— OFFICES IN THOMPSON'S lILOOK ON
West Madlson-st., nullable for dentists, or doctors,
or any light business. WM. 11. THOMPSON, 22U West
MadUcu-st.
JrliaoolJnTioonß.
TORENT-WITII STEAM-POWER AND STEAM,
elevator; second and third Hours, -HlxlM. Impure at
1 lAltitlS' Sflfo Manufactory, S3 ami 26 East Randolph-st.
rpo RKNT-WITH OR WITHOUT POWER, PART
X of Card's marble front block, Nos. IQ, 17, 19, nml'il
North Cliuton*st., between Lakuaud llaudolph. Tho boat
manufacturing building in Chicago and thn cheapest
roue. Inquire at E. U. GAUD'S otlice, 15 North Clinton.
rpO RKNT-THF. THREE UPPER WELL
I lighted building, 50x70, iu roarnf Methodist Church
lilook, suitubln fur ILkIiC moolmnloal or manufacturing.
Apply (a O. LUNT, Room 3 Methodist Clmrcli lilook.
fpO U E NT— It AS E M ENT 2ix7o. IN THOMPSON’S
X IJliiok, West Modlson-st,, suitable fora clumber or
any light Inislnoss, and routuhoap. WM. 11. TUOMP
BUN, 2J9 West Madlaon-at.
fpO UENT-A iIKIUK B’l’Alll.E, WITH ROOM FOR
X 85 burses and wagons. Inquire at 3CU and int .Stato-st.
WANTED—TO RENT.
WANTED— TO RENT—A BKCOND FLOOR FOR A
light jobbing business, on Hfalo-st.r between Monroe
and Randolph: rout nut to exceed $1,600 per annum: bust
of rolormicos. Address iIOURKU, Trlbuuo ollioo.
W" ANTED—TO;RENT—FURNISHED COTTAGE OR
■mull house for U months from May 1, mi somo one of
tboavouuosoii tho sonlti sldoi will pay from $76 tu SIOO
per month. Inquire of L, A. Gi-LUEIvi 1 A OU., JWU La.
Hallo-st. .
WANTED-TO UENT-A FARM OF NOT LESS
than 40 acres within 10 mile* of tbu CuurMlouie.
Must bo landed lu and a cottage on. A GERMAN, W
Illinois.ok
WANTED-TO RENT A GOOD-SiZED, WELL*
furnished house (with bnrn) for tho snmiuor. Hub*
urlis prnforrod, Addrosa PERKINB liABB, No. 9
llonore lilook.
AA'XfTTKU-TO RENT—A FIUST-CLABS FUR.
VV nished huuso. Would board owner. Family cun
slats of four, no children. References required and
plvi-Uj I.ULJ’rllmueortltfo.
MACHINERY.
l?OU HALE-A FIFTBKN-HOnfiK POUTAULU KN-
U .-{no u ( Gatos A Co.'s Chicago make, nearly now, U.
il.
U7m HAVE ON HAND A. LARGE STOCK OF
W Stationary oiutlnes and boilers, planers ami match
ore, sash, dour, and blind machinery, engine lathes. Iron
planers, drills, chucks, steam pumps, tho Universal
Woodworker, leather ami rubber, belting, hose. Iren
“aiA d (’ni^iiY u * 0 ll l Ai7ui“Amull.HU
(JUMPANY. 38audioBuuthCwal-sl., Uliiexeo.
WANTED—MALE HELP.
Dooldroonora. Clorlta, Etc.
TIT ANT ED A TRAVELING SALESMAN lIY A'
ir wholesale liquor lioubo. ioono who can command
a good trade and como well recommended a good salary
ami permanent situation ato olTorod. Addrcaa K6. Trl*
bnno otlloo.
W‘ ANTED—A STEADY YOUNG MAN OP SI’KIUT
integrity to go West : must understand bookkonp-
Ing thoroughly, and bn willing to mako Itlmaulf nllmrwloa
UNuful, ,’J'u on acceptable person good wages will bo paid.
Address, In handwriting of applicant, M, oaroUanlci
Nu. 1.
Tranon.
XVANTKD-A GOOD BARBER—STEADY WORK
VV tongondmnn, Gall at GUST. K.VEGHT'S, noulli*
oast corner Madlson-aU and Fllth-av., butwuouhlund 18
o'clock.
Employment Asonclos.
WANTED-TO LEAVE AT BA. M., 10 OARPRN.
M tors and 80 laborers for railroad In Indians; oxpuns
e« 81.60 to the work. Sure pay mid steady work.
CHRISTIAN A DING. 1 Booth Ulark-st.. Room 1.
, MinooUtinoons.
TATANTED—PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT. WORK
' ’ t for everybody, Good wages. Permanent employ.
’PI. Meuami women wanted. Pall particulars free.
*'&">■« w. A. UIiNUIiUaON 4 UO., Olotoloud, 0..
or St. Louis, Mo,
WANTKD-OFPIOH ASSISTANT. MALR OR FK
• > malo; situation permanent to right party; must lx
*W lWor . l, O f ' canablo, and willing to work. Applicant!
address In own handwriting. “TILTON," Tribune ntllco,
stating ago, business (luallfloationa, and orporioiicof
lowest wages for which would engage jot ih-st si* months,
and references, which mnat bo tint-class,
WANTEU-A FEW ABLEHOLioiTORfI FOR GITV
Tt and country. JAMES SUTTON 4 CO., 93 Madu
son-st.
WANTED-A GOOD MAN WITH «6CO OAHU GAN
have a salaried position worth S2B por week; money
won scoured. Addreia K 17, Trlbuno olDoo.
WANTHD-MKN TO SELL NEW ARTICLES; PAY
Tt #3sto|looweekly; oulHtsM to MB, American Nov*
olty Company, 113 Kaat Madt«on-it., Room 23.
WANTED— YOUNG MEN WISHING A PRAOTIO.
al and prcdUnblo business, call for parllouUrs on
w. H, HhNE, Merchants’Hotel. Nohumbug. Gallaud
boo; only slu capital raqnlrod.
WANTED—FEMALE HELP.
Domosticfi.
TITANTBD—A GERMAN, WELSH OR NORWR.
TT clan girl to do general housework In small family.
Adply at 113 Park-ay,
WANTED— A MIDDLE-AGED OH ELDERLY
coloicd woraantodo goncral housework for small
family, liuiulfa at 40 Uotlago Grove-av.
OTANTED-A GOOD WASHER AND IUONKR,
TT also a good ohanibonnald, to go to tho Eufilowood
Hotel. Apply at the grocery sUfro corner of Madison and
Dosplalnoa-au., between 10 and II n. m.
Laundresses.
T\rANTED—TWO GOOD SHIU'iMRONRRS TO 00
M to Milwaukee. Inquire at 681 ,SucoDd*#t., Comoro!
llayno. Call party.
Enrplormont Aconcios.
W ANTED - GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN
Kiris for private families, hotels, laundries, city
r.nd country, at MRS. DUSKE’S olHco, tl) Milnaa*
kou-av.
Miscellaneous.
WANTED-IN THE COUNTRY, AN UNMARRIED
f I lady, mlddloagod, lu a family of two persona, te
live aud make it her homo with them for bor clothes and
board. Address P. RINEHART, Chobmiso, lU.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE,
Bookkeonors. Glories* &o.
SITUATION WANTED—IJY A CO.MPHTRNT ROOK
kooporor oorrospondont; 16 years' oxporionco; best
of references; speaks English, Gorman, French, and
Italian; Is wllllugjto work cucap. Address L, BGoStato-sL
SITUATION WANTED^bVTco'iIPKTKWBOOK
keeper—grain and commission proforred-who Is
quick and accurate: city roforonco. Addressß, caro
Eggleston. Kcanoss A Co., City.
Ollsoollanoom-
SITUATION WANTED—AS FARMER; UNDER-
U stands tno business; speaks Gormau and English.
Adure«»J7o, Irlhuno oiEco.
SITUATIONS WANTED—i'EM/VLH
Domestics.
SITUATION WANTUD-BY A YOUNG. STRONG
O German girl, Can't speak English; could do general
housework, 1711 Chlcago-av.
OITUATION WANTED—BY A RE PO.NSIBU
O Norwegian girl In a private family to do second-work.
Call or address 63 WeatOhlo-at., second floor.
SITUATION W^TIHSZaNYONI?“IN WANT OF J
kj good Gorman girl for second-work or general house
ITP.E.7, “L 5 . B>ucl l family, can hoar of one by addrcsslni
SITUATION, frlbuno omco.
Honsekoooors.
SITUATION WANTED-A LADY WISHES POSL
ttun as housekeeper In a tlrst-classhutol. Best of rcl
oronoa as to character, capability, and rolinomont. Ad
dross HOUSEKEEPER, caro of Harvey Parker, Esq.,
rarkur House, Uoston. •
Employment Acenolos.
QITUATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES IN WANT 01
kj good Hoandinavlan aud Gorman help cun be supplied
at Mrs. DUaKE’S oltlco, 80 Alllvraukoo-av.
MlßbollonoOTt*.
SITUATION WANTED—ON A STEAMBOAT BY A
O Swede lady as cook, nr second-work. Call oradirosi
1U West Lakn-tt., laundry.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TSOOKS OPENED AND CLOSED, COMPLICATED
Jj oouminta adjusted; work requiring an export solicit
od. WEBB A TUCKER. Room 18, 188 East Madlson-st,
OLD BOOKS ANO MAUAZINES-CASU PAID FOR
law, medical, and private libraries; goad hooka will
bring good prices. Call or address UHAPIN BUGS., 211
aod did East Madison-st.
PARTIES HAVING HOUSES Oil STORES TO
A rent on tho West Sido will llnd it to their advantagi
to leave a list at my office, as I havennumbsrof Hrsi
class tenants wanting some from May 1. (WoitlSldl
property a specialty). WM. H. THOMPSON, 229 Wast
Mndlaon-et.
rilO, DENTISTS— OAS AND nULOHOFUHM NO
J longer necessary. Tooth can bo extraclod without
pain or loss of conciousnoss by using Campbell's Luo.il
Anaesthetic. Address S. It. JONES, P. O. Box SC3.
riIUK HIGHEST PRIOR PAID FOR OAST-OFB
A olotblug by JONAS A. DRIELSMA,D97 SoUUi Clark
st. Orders by mail promptly attended to.
\V ANTED—TENTS—ANY ONE HAVING ANY
J » wall-tonU, now or second-hand, largo or small, can
find a purchaser at Nos. 196 and 197 East Lako-at., us
stairs. .
WANTED— EVERY ONE TO KNOW THEY CAN
got good single rooms at 60 cents per day at tho Louis
llouso, West Uamlolph-at.
WANTED-TO SUPPLY MY CATALOGUE TO ALL
who may want cheap bedding plants. Call dr address
euGAR SANDERS, i)j Dearhoru-st.
WANTED-A SECOND-HAND SODA FOUNTAIN,
□lce onoand in good condition; Matthew's proforrou
Address, with kind, price, etc., WHARTON CO.,
Coldwnter, Mich.
jfINANCIAX.
CLAIMS AGAINST HOME, GERMANIA, AND
other bankrupt Insurance companies cashed by
J* N. WITHEHELL, ICU Dearboru-st., Uoomtl.
\f ON BY TOTOANO N~I Hi PRO VED”oItY PROP-
J»X ortylnsumsof $3,100 and upwards. Apply at tho
UNION TRUST CO., ills South Clark-bt.
\1 ONEY ON HAND TO LOAN, IN SUMS OP s2.oito
l>i to (6.000, on city real estate. J. HENRY EOFF,
74 \Vas hiugton-st.
Money to loan on diamonds, watches,
boudi*, ole., at LAUNDER’S private office, 130 Rau*
doiph-at., near Clark. Established lbJ>l.
Money to loan at 9 per gent on city
real estate. BARKER X WAIT, I.MJ Dcarbora-st.
Yatantei)—F6ii6”Mb - Nrii^}33,nGobiN^W6~BTiibK
11 liou'ej worth SB,GVO, each of which are now lucum
bored for &J f 6(iil each. Will pay liberal percentage. Ad
dress M It, Tribune office.
(J»9 nOrV*' o LOAN FOR 5 YEARS, ATIO PER
Oii/.WUW cent and commission. Real estate security.
Room 2tl Reaper Block.
an n nnn balto commission house;
«PXV/*l/UW wanting eapiiat to handle Inoioa-I.it
business, would take silent or nolivo partner: buslmrsls
safe, light expenses, A 1 rofeiouco. N T W, 81 Nofih
Uhorty-at.t.BaUlmiire.
. HOHSES AND CARRIAGES,
A GREAT BARGAIN IN TOP AND OPEN BUG.
glus, light road-wagons, sldo-bars and end-springs,
top and open, at UUandllH East Washlngtou-Bt., second
Hour; oioslng.oul a tiuo stock nt cost.
F“ bn goou - ybuNa"nousi:s and a
now o*proßß_wßgon. Apply at lU3 North Deaplalncs.
jjibu bale-parties wishing bargains in
X 1 cheap drivers, workers, and trailers, can bo suited
at M. U. WILUUH'S, HH Mioldgan-av.
NOW RECEIVING. A LARGE STOCK OP FlßST
class carriages and bugglos, which 1 otlor at low
prices. 211 South Cllatou-st., near Waahluglon. 11. 11.
HILL.
WANTED-TWO CAR-LOADS CHEAP HORSES
fur farm usd. Prefer mares. Will not object to Idem.
Ixhos. Call, from (I to 1 o'clock, and &to 7, at Wright’*
Stable. corner Statu and Klurlc-sta. O. U, INGALLS.
PARTNERS WANTED.
"PARTNER WANTED—A SMART KNEROKTICMAN
X with cash, to join tliu advertiser in n business es
tablished Byears: goods aro staple, soil at sight, ana
profits large. Addroa# F ft), Tribune ulllou.
IJARTNER WANTED-WITH SSOO IN A WELL-
X established cash business, paying nearly that amount
monthly. Address FH, Trlbuuoothce.
PAUTNER'WANTKD— I AM MANUFACTURING A
■tuple article, paving a handsome profit, ready oath
sale, demand tmtlmiled, and want a partner to assist In
sales. Property now and in ounmloto working order, and
wholly free ufluoumbranoo. Half interest. 13,000. lie
for to one of our National Hunks wnoro I have kept my
account fur 10 yosrs. Address E fi. Trlbuuo o:iiu t. •
MUSICAL.
IHOR HALF.—NEW AND RECOND-HAND PIANOSi
1 two Chlukcrhigs, S2OO, S3OO. PROBBER Jt CD., 871
Blate-st., near Van Huron.
PIANOS lO RENT. FROM TO $7 A MONTH.
Homing a specialty, WM. It. PROSSER i CD.,
2H Htatc-st.. near Van Huron.
AGENTS WANTED.
Agents wanted—something new-fkom $5
to sls por day easily maile by energetic njonls. For
parlloulars, address F, P. ALLEN A CO., P. O. liox 2d,
Itochoator, N, Y. ’
A HUNTS WANTKU-TO (UNVASh FOR A ITIH.
J.\ llcatlon devoted to homo Interests. and ooftlaining a
vast amount of useful, instructive, and lutureZUng mat
tor. liberal comnimiKsious paid; salary tf preierrud.
Apply to U. P. CIOIILD, U-'tl Wuhash-av., after 4 p. ni.
SEWING MACHINES.
r\NE IMPROVED HINOER, ONE HOWE. ANDTWO
\J Uravor A Raker machines, Into Improved, in perfect
order, forsalobelow half price, la Ulark-st., Room 2.
J. MELOUERT72I6 SOUTH
P HalsioJ-st.. City Agent. Machines sold on moulhli
payments, routed, amlrupßli'od,' Open evenings.
CINQ™, OF,
P floo, 111 bialtf.st. Alunhluus sold ou monthly nanoem*,
or 111 per ceut discount for cash. *-»
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