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HORSES and carriages.
*7Scti6n* SALES OF HORSES, CARRIAGES,
A sad harness ereu Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,
limenclnf at 10a. m., at WjsSTON A OO.’S Auction
SSs, Nos. 196 and 188 East Washington's!. Stock on
filSgtpriTst • sale.
utns given to teat all horses sold niidara war-
cxtalogvz or tvxsvxy'm balx:
Si^destsblishmcnt—Elegant dark bay Hambletonlao
_ftL 15k sands bich, 6 yean old. kind in all harness and
fSwsaddle. free from vice, not afraid of anythin*; extra
SUin'oud. high steppers, rery spirited and atjaah ae
g" '*one of tne most beautiful and attractive roadsters
bay draft hors#., 5,400 pounds, 16 hands
an A No. 1 (earn for general business; good and
Ss*|a all haroe-s. and warranted sound.
»i*r«as-ortn>pni of open aod top buggies, sidebar,
end spring of all styles and makes, and bat little
foml road or family horso. sound and kind; Is a
*2. and stylUb driver: ran ba driven by a lady or child,
sold only for want of u
*n #
038 clarence, circular glass iront, built by Crevster A
C S>, family phaeton*.
L, 6*e*«ed rockawayt, all as pood at new.
oaibtjconpo or carnage hone, 16 hand* high.6year*
-oVkiDd aod true la all ha nets free from nee. a very
fSttib aad fast nsrsicr: hat got endurance, /cart aoth-
E* aod 1* warranted sound.
4l«o a full ime of harness, singls and double, qpw nnd
P £Vn M aod deliveiy.wagona, ard a largo assortment of
*«her rcblrica, sad with tnese wa shall tell twenty-five
bones, of which a description will be given at time
auction sale commencing at IQ o'clock. "Weather
interfere*•" WESTON A CO., Auction Baaaar.
'P'nRST-CLASS road mTre, hau^sistjsrto
A Oteerrer, to exchange for sooond-hand piano, or will
pn M 75. Tribune office.
Y“BARGAIN-A GENTLE FAMILYIHORSF., WITH
A. hiri~* and phaum. for sale. At 372 Beldcn-av.
T GOOD ASSORTMENT OF CARRIAGES AND
J\ hoggy haraeaa. at low prices. $45 Wabaah-av. JOE
ISLE-
Ababgainofhoeses buggies AND harness
isoflerod tor cash—l po*er;u! 10-rear old work bone
fitlcra&j sort of roogh work; price. $63; 1 8-Joarold work
hotee, can haul 40 cwx, price. 8 £5; f 6-year oW fast buggy
Lone for 195. a 1-horse \ rock tor 850, and your choice of
i£ae boslae»> bnggioa for *56 each: 2 heavy «ota of single
[■mms fer<l3 per set, aod.lfin** nets of buggy harness
he (14 per act, at 371 West Filtocaih-sU. near Bine
jamjar.
*i FIRST-CLASS ROADSTER, WITH BUGGY AND
jy fai-msM, for sale choap. at 91 South Clark-st.
—"fIRST-CLASS NEW DEMOCRAT WAGON. PAT
cot wheels, one or two scats, very cheap. IS3 West
Vaflßarea-st. DUTTON 4 SON.
T'hobre FOB SALE. I.UC POUNDS. SUITABLE
A for any kind of Imriness. I will sell him cheap if
for to-day. 6C7 Maflieou-st,
’* T ’IoTNORT H DESPLAINES-ST,. FOB SALE
A chain for cash. one new top road wagon, one new
«n«baeor:also a good second-hand two-srated buggy;
pJVih exchange for °ld buggies- ROBERT SHAW.
A" T4SUOKBOB-ST.. CARRIAGES AT COST, BE
lore remora!. Will oat (tuumv stock at cost.
TTIII remove Ang. 90 to new building 218 Wabash-av..
bmjt expro'riy for the buFinoM.with carriage elevator one
fl}^qp rani anoea G. L. BKAtILEY.
A~T MARTIN’S HORSE AND CARRUGR BAZAAR,
SST tad 2‘J Stalest., sontb of Jackson, elegant phae
ton ooitenew. cost ££4). price 42i , 0, very one top buggy,
e<**t k 350, for SITS: good top and open buggiea, s3u U>
fUB; exprev* wagons rnd harness very cheap. Our regu
lar auction rate on Wednesday morning. _
AT AUCTION—MARTIN’S BAZA !R, NOR. 257 AND
859 Stats-st. Regular auction-sale on Wednesday
Homing of carriages, boggle*, harness, Ac.
6~MILLAR. A’l *196 EAS TWASHINGT'ON-ST.,
• will repairyunr carriages and buggies at prices that
will astonish yon.
A FIRST-CLASS SINGLE BUGGY AND ONK TWO
ssated. Uaonne second hand top buggy, lor talo
cbeap. luquiro at 453 North \Voll»-6t-
A6TONB TRUCK FOR SALK OR EXCHANGE
far horse or buggy. Call at Room S 2, 153 Dearbum-st.
A RARE BARGAIN-MUST BE SOLD-WORTH
lam warning, and effer a horse that trots
cvyiaso, fine looker, accustomed to city, any woman or
child can drive hnn wi U sift :y: also a new siae-bar
boggy, a v?qr rino new harnea*. Call a: Ttfl West Lake
st„ any hour, if yon mean business.
BrtT WORK HORSE IS THE CITY FOR 8100,
IJSG pound*: single or double; warranted. Have nu
ue for him. 160 West Mxmroe-vt.
Foe sale-a varletyofsquare box,top,
aod open beggioa, ode bam, with or without izn
proved patent springs, buggy poles. 1 Ptirtlaod cutter, S
grocery wag ms. socund-hmd top and open buggies: also,
carriage painting, nphoUtnring, and repairing at low
p.icr*. at HATHAWAY’S, 6uu nute-st.
F6b~ BALE-NEW” &quaee-box“top BUGGY
taken on debt, very cheap. 23 Ra&dulph-st., up
stairs.
FOB SALE-SEVERAL FINK SECOND-HAND
boggles, opm and top ;also, a good bor*c and harness,
ebfisp, at73l Slate-hi, HAVDE A O'BKLEN.
FR BALE-ONE LARGE AND ONR SMALL
truck wagon, ia good ccndieioQ. at V. BLATZ,
bnnch office comer Union and Krie-sts.
pOB SALE- -HORSE.BUGGY.AND HARNESS,BUS-
X 1 aoa-rig. laqalrctttl4a3Mato-.»t.
■nOK SALK—A SPLENDID NEW TOP BUGGY,
X phaeton style, at a bargain. Coll at Room 13 Lake*
rdsßanding.
FOB SALE—A DAFK BAY HORSE, RANDS
high, long heavy tail, coming 6 years, weight l.'tO,
Eafecily sound, steady, and reliable: an elegant coope
ise. sod good fur any aorvioa; will boy turn. ST,
139 Lake-st.
FOBSALR-OR exchange-a fine saddle
horse; has &U the gaits. Address D 73, Tribune of
fice.
E>oß SALE CHEAP HORSE AND BUGGY■
V Hose tint-class lor lady's and children’s use; i*
leoad. gentls, and a good traveler. Boe him at 139 or 157
Nona Clark-st-, up-stairs.
■pOB SALK—OR EXCHANGE FOR FURMTURK
-1 A good, young, and sound business bone, at 319
Sooth Paric-av.
t'DB.SALE-AT A BABGAI.V-A SERVICEABLE,
J medium-sized bone, and a gi-cd < pen bueine** barer:
•I*o a light scant: bone fit for ex; rass or grocery wagon,
i&d a very heavy draft marc, to be seen and told at 430
n en Pourteoatn-st.
rR RaLE-A SPLENDID tram op young
draft hones; no trading. IS3 North-av.
C»OB BALE-ONE OF THE MOST STYLTSH ROAD
I mares in the city, cheap; most have money. Address
C 57, Tribane odice.
DOR S4te_Mf THOROUGHBRED SADDLE-
L bone, Byears old; has all the taldlo gaits, gentle,
aamntod pertectly sound, and is oneof the handsomest
sad msst stylish none** in lbs W««u Would trade fora
sice carriage. ARTHUR C. DUCAT. 155 Labalto-su
POR SALE—HORSF. BUGGY. AND HARNESS
r price reasonable. HARVEY EDGERTuN, 37 four
teeath-et.
t'OB SALE-LIGHT TOP BUGGY. 2 HACK CAR
-1 risges. lignt spring wagon, and iron axle heavy
wagon. Call UP Dearboro-st., Room 7.
PB SALE-ON ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS, A
erocvma'cbod span of htq-ie*, sorrel and prav, €
lad 7 year* of age. weight 2,]uu. Ther can trot in to
gother: they arc as pood single as doable, are warranted
•oood.and aresold urno fault whatever, owner having
■p farther use for them. Alio, rockavray carriage, dm
blesad tingle barneys, whips, blankets, etc,, to be
or sepva'e. at half their value. Apply to
CBOOk, ceMrof 060 Walasb-ar.
pORB* j LK-~
-a*——oNK NICE YOU.SO BLACK HOI&E,
- waad a* a oar, kind and Koatic. fonnorij tio nrop-
A. S. Gaea, Ksq.; prie* £3OO. AOdreaa H 36,
rnoan# office.
FOK SALB-COAX t TEN BKOEJiK SQUAKE-
Put top buggy, cheap. ISBWcst Monroe-st,
Fob's a le-chea p-squ are“box~opesTbug-
P, «r* m«ko. a* good as new. C. J, CURSE A
W., wwi 1,118 West Madi-^n-st,
FJH SALE—NEARLY NEW SIDE-SPRING PAT
*nt-«neel buggy, f«ai. Also, wanted —hnrre in ex
it ays for painting, graining, etc. Room 6,117 Clark-st.
POE SALE-HORSE, TOP-BUGGY, AND HAR
i • firsKlaai rig; cheap for cash. Andress M 72,
Intone office.
POR BALE—CHEAP—A SPEEDY YOUNG HAM
a bieteuap mars, one of the most premising In the
I J.p. MARSH. 15 South Canal-st.
Paa SALE-UGHT SIDE-BAR ROAD-WAGON.
Pos^cSee^ox^^ 8 to P"^ c kS3’- Address R B,
Fossaix-topphaeton,bought of coax
A Tenbroefce. in good order, fur 8150 cash: also buggy
Mdfawnass. 7~a7 West Mooroe-st.
ia sale—very cheap for cash" phTpl
tonanadbuggies, at 99 West Lako*U
P°R SALE-AT METROPOLITAN CARRIAGE
*• "g*!. IS3 South Caaai-st., some nioo light grocery
?**"?*» second-hand phartou, and two-seated business
cheap.
POSSALE-SEV tKA L PINK HORSES, ONE PAIR
r - X “310 boarding burses wanted with
atleSaad L'OOutano.WM. BVKNKACO.
pOB SALE—A SORRkL MARIS, YOUNG AND
**®«ial»oaleafbertop buggy and bareeai, cheap
gtCMh. Call Sunday or Monday, No. 626Fulu«».ft,
SaLE—L'UtsT.NUT MARE, HARNESS AND
for exchange for g-nd real estate. Ad
fig* gtvihg location, etc., J. £. B„ Box 400, Poat-
yog BAX.K—one kkw opes, square box
z, ch?*D; nr I will take old tracer la part trade,
Rebocca-st.
ffOBg -LB-AYE tR-OLP BL'CK MARE. I.BW
i__ wimi, sound. will give on trial forslls; two-seated
wither cashtooe. in good order, at one half It*
spnnrtgrocorT wagon, rwd order, SAI Good
moat be sold to-day, price s3l. JC Harmon
FSS S AXJ K* Y OUSO. SOUND HORSE. SUIT
si^r7<J^*’.} A^lr -Alsoahand<omosmall saddle horse.
aYLO K<k HEaTH’c livm - . board Inc, and sale
F~*^_omierThirteenth-iL and Wabash-av.
F 0* g ALB-Fiy E SAPOLE HOUSESAND SINGLE
Baylor a heath's hto.t, boarding,
- **** stable. Corner Tbirtecntb-st. sod Wabazh-ar.
p'9»B*LE-A beaut iful roadster, almost
ki " d and cratit. TAYLOR 4
uS5i,~L a “7EJ: boarding, and sale liable, comer Thir-
Wabaah ■ »v.
JA.LE-OSE PAIR ROADSTERS; FINE SIZE:
H** 8 rainnte« or better, together. AU**a
handsomely tr.>Lt*n. I'AYLuH A
uZ|^ boardlog. and aale stable, comer Tbir-
F°u 2A.W.* VERY KICK BLACK ROADSTER.
kd**li!r a £v ia ®b bi*b.L c,in trot la 3:10 or bet tor; any
Llm. TAYLOR 4 UIiATH'S liter/.
And «ala ttabls, eorosr Thirteenth-et. and Wa-
J Vj ®,*ALE_or EXCHANGE-FOR CITY REAL
rer/fine pair c»f boreeß, gentle. kind, and
r««r[y trot ust. Also a stylish Hamburg rockawaj,
JTi; boggy. »al«r. doable and single bar*
Owner leaving !bo dry, and mast make im
el ™*poanioa; *IU sail cbeap for cash, or in ex
™hr*y astnme small tnenrubraneo. Inanlro of
FAKKiCO., fcg Wa^gion-st.
F>Lsf}HT* tlsE KKW OPES CARRIAGE.
for top; I will exchznceit or oUmt »ork
_ Carriers *bop 74 Mxteeath-«L
PAT ADVA SCES, ONE SET LIGHT
turaat*. CoUwar&l Lou Baak, 171 booth
EXPRESS WAGON; CHEAP
Soots UtliMd-u.
F°LI*VF-*. f ?Rst-CLASS DRAFT HORSE, 1
F°?i HRF -E SETS COACH AND SEVER*'
cheap;or will trade tor
p— t)aCAK FIELD, igj sod Ifig Sicalttaer.
< &-S*if~CaEA p - H OREE AND WAGON.
-? I** 1 ** boot. .ontli CmtMl P.rt. J. MaHER,
s. p. wkight*b stable, »o
1, ***• * ood “OBd joan* work hone ; intLgbt,
t SJ&iTSr ®J?O0IB9 *W> 1 OPES BUG
*«£ K S’?#.- Califonji* *«*oo ,na
*■ «60Aa Flßii*. L 65 Lad IS6 i*.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
Fjr sale-at half price-a mambrino
mare, five rears old, Wi bands high, veuygentle, will
trot in 2:50: with side bar wagon. Address Jr. 8., Post
office box 856.
•POR SALE—A HANDSOME SMALL BAY SADDLE
L horse, six rears old, sound, for 50; a nearly open bug
gy and harness, very caoap for cash; call Monday. Rear
fetii SUte-st.
For sale-i light express wagon and
horse, Inquire at 723 State-st.
po?'
,i4S*LB-STYLISU YOUNG (BAY) fIORSK, FAST
and Tory nice baggy barge; a!sa top buggy gad bar*
llßOW?>.“fs«‘Flffh J a° r " m “'““S’- THUESDELL t
FOR SALE-CHEAP, OR WILL TRADE FOE FOE
niture, anna bugCTtnuro; aiaa a riding poor nod Urge
' tiui '"' A - Apply to V. C. DMlL
ii>G, 195 Wegt Wa3UtDgtoa«»t»
pOR fi;
..ALE-A GOOD SEBOND-HA.VDSTA.NmSG
top buggy and harness; bare no u*o and will sell
cheap. P. F. KCAXLAN, 230 West Wtahington-st.
port SALR—s FX O X DH' A X f X tfs I X~l >ASSEN-
J. cerrockawax; agrmd Victoria Jt Kimball jmnp-aoat;
also, two bar on* three-quarter size; all la perfect
onlf*r and cheap. PEMNOYEK k 00., 332 and SOI
Uabasb-ar.
TOOR SALE-ONE NEW TOP BUGGY AT COST.
A aod one top Loppy f.~r 8175 that cost 8400; new tops
put on at halt price. 374 West Lake-st.
C*OR SALE—A GOOD BUGGY ORSADDLE HORSE;
A 0 *<*P“-bugpy and top grocery wagon, cheap for cash.
Call to-day, 11 to 2, at 46 West Adams-st.
For sale-2 good horses, apply at « ar
bor-rlsee, near Carroli-av. and Sheldoa-at., or 1(X
Sooth Water-si.
For salf.-no. i skeleton wagon ; will
trade for top-buggy. 65 West Mouroo-st.
If OH FINE ROADSTERS. FAMILY SADDLE
a 1 hones and ponies, and a fast pair of Ethan Allens
caU at U 3 Micht*aa-ar. JC. C. ANTHONY 4 CO.
IT’ OR SALE-A HEAVY HORSE, SUITABLE FOR
1 dray or truck, for *l5O. worth (Gw, or will exchange
for a lighter horse. at 1 an j 3 North Clark-st.
HORSE FOR S ALE-A THORODOn-BRED ETHAN
Allen horse. 6 year* old, fine style, aod a first-class,
driving borae either double or single, can trot a mile in
2:15, has been handled but a few weeks, and will be sold
low. as the owner is abt-nt. leaving town. Can be seen at
K. t 5. DRAPERS Boston Stables, opposite Exposition
Building.
I HAVE SEVERAL GOOD SECOND-HAND OPEN
and top-bugglee, express and delivery-wagons. • H-1.
will be sold cheap, will exchange now for old boggles
at 173 ard 175 West Adams-st.
Mules for sale, singly or by the span.
cheap for cash; will warrant as represent^; have
sold lyo to the last ninety days. Inquire at' No. II Cham
ber of Commerce.
Must behold, 2 young and sound gen-
Roman's driving horses, can trot hotter than 3 min
utes: 1 superior saddle and driving horse, 1 aide-bar and
I end spring buggy, the property of a gentleman going to
{cave toe euy. Can be seen at Boston Stables. U 4 and 145
Michigan -av.
OJfK NEW PJIEA ro.V, I NEW SIDE BAR, S SET
“agio harness, 1 horse who cun trot right fast, and 2
good Mapping business horses for sale at 141 Twon y
third-st. Also u> exchange a Ponnoyer A Shav phaeton
for a sqoarc box top buggy.
CTABUNG ROOM—PARTIES DESIRING FIRST-
O class stable accommodation will improve opportuni
ties by calling at 417 West Harrison**!. nix horses can be
accommodated. THUS. HAYDEN.
r EXCHANGE-A SIDE-BAR ROAD WAGON
(SUvcrs), in perfect condition, for a heavier business
wagon. Inquire at 171 South Clark-st.
11/ ANTED—A HORSE AND LIGHT SPRING
* * pagan in exchange for a fine enbarbaa lot; will pay
'im''rente in cash If good rig. Inquire at 916 Slilwan-
Icee-av.
UNlb LEFT THE PONY AT 100 WEST MONEOE
v* st. four weeks ago?
r\7’ANTRD-POR CASH-HORSE. BUGGY OR
Tl barnesa. B 14. Tribune office.
WAKTED-TO~PURCII ASBXfJOODTWO-nORSE
truck. Apply to OBEENE, MCDONALD A CO.,
121 and 133 Bast Kiszic-st.
\\rAKrED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND BUSINESS
»? top-buggy; one with Concord springs preferred.
Apply at Room 16, 84 and 86 LaSalle-at.
WANTED-A GOOD STYLE HORSE, GOOD
stepper and yonag; roust be cheap for cash. Apply
at rear *34 P*rk-av., near Hoync.
W’ ANTED-A* GOOD DOUBLE HARNESS SUITA
bIe f»»r a light carriage or buggy. Address E S 3,
Tribune ottco.
\XTANTED—SOME GOOD HEFT MAKES. AT 224
' l Sootn Morgaa-st. Cheap for cash. I. SMITH.
WANTED— 10 TEAMS~AKD lITLABORERS/WITH
picks and sfaovels. early Monday morning at north
east comer Peoria and Congress-sts. A. MINOR.
\tf ANTED—FOR CASH-A GOOD SECOND-HAND
open boggy. Apply to GEO. E. CLOW. 8h Way
man-fit.
V\r ANTED-A rSiIALU GOOD STYLE MARE
• • from 6to 8 years old, that can step better than 3 min
utes. Address, giving age, price, and color, E So,
one office.
\\rANTED -PAIR CARRIAGE HORSES, BLACK
v? or bay, about 2.3 A) lbs, sound, gentle, and veil
matched. Address J 51, Tribune office.
WANTED-HORSE. BUGGY, AND HARNESS. OR
ei.hor. BROWN A RANDALL, Room?, 163 LaSalle.
\VT ANT KD—EXPRESS WAGON'aND HORSE7iN
»• exchange for desirable land. Apply at 94 LoSalle
■t., Room 14.
WANTED-A BUGGY HORSE FOR A PEW
n months or loss. Must bo cheap. Address BUILD
ER, Tribune office.
\\7 ANTED—GOOD SPAN OF MULES, WEIGHING
* » I.ICO to 1.200 p'lundn, well broke and reliable. Will
nay cash. Cal) on Monday or address J. L. HODGES, 65
West Washington-*!,
WANTED-TODO PLANING-MILL WORK FORA
good top-buggy. Address or call at 80 Main-st.
fiOS WILL BUY A fIOR«K BUTTABLE FOR A
«?OO dellve y wagon. Apply at 1077 SUte-tit.
\\r ANTED—A HORSE AND BUGGY IN EX
■ T change for good short-time paper or dnebill on fint
class printing house. Address C 62. Tribune office.
rif anted-a horse and buggy in ex
*» ebaagtf for advertising in a first-claas enmmnr/»i«i
paper. Address A 41. Tribune office.
\Y ANTED-A OuOD house and top buggy as
»* tint payment on cottage and lot, balance longtime
given. Addroaa Mrs. S, Tribune oifice.
1 SPAN MULES 7 YEARS OLD; 1 SPAN MULES
X well matched; for sale to-day only, at 629 Indiana-st..
West bide.
£4 00 BUY A GOOD HACK RIG. OR
VTUu would <rade carriage for landau, and pav dif
ference. Come and see the rig. BaSSETTSTABLES,
19 Harraoa-c^nrt.
TO EXCHANGE.
OUSINESS-A LADY HAS A FARM IN MISSOURI
XJ and would like ro exchange for saUabio business in
city orgood country town. Address G 5, Tribune othce.
COUNTY LANDS TO EXCHANGE FOR CITY
property. Inquire of J. M. PHELPS, at J. V. Far-*
well A Co.'a. corner Monroa aad Fraaklin-ste.
PXCHAN'GES-IF YOU WANT TO EXCHANGE
JLj farm*. lands. or any description of property. real, or
pergonal, get our Monthly Exchange Record (lo ceoU).
I‘fle only ».ne pnblisaod in the United Suing. THOMAS
A 00., UH C ark-st.
FOB EXCHANGE-SEVERAL FINE SUBURBAN
residences on lake f=boro for unimproved lands in the
West. Address A 65, Tribane office.
For exchange-large suburban kbsi
dencc; 8 acres in Hobart, no incumbrance, price
Jil2,(xjo; want residence nn avenue; might asenme. Cal)
Saturday or Monday. J.O.EARLK, Boom 37, 97 ClirkeU
FOtt EXCHANGE-2 STORY AND BASEMENT
brick house, loi and stable. 104 North LaSalle-aL, Sot
well improved farm in Wisconsin or Abolv on
promises to B. FLYNN.
POB EXCHANGE—3no OB suo FEET OF BEST
L largo lota at Irving Park, for house and lot, and will
nay some money, or assume. Address .one week, D 19,
Tribune office.
For exchange-several improved farms
and suburban lots; also improved country prooerty;
■nreracee stock and mortgage* for city improved. M. B.
DERRICK, 123 Clark-st.
I HAVE A FARM I WISH TO EXCHANGE FOR
I auction goods for country trade, dry goods,
coots and shoes, and notions. Address £ 20, Tribune
office.
T RAVE UNINCUMBERED LANDS IN ILLINOIS
X <r Nebraska to exchange for cott&go: vroold assume
Incumbrance. J. N. WiTHIiHKLL, 156 Washington*
at., Hoorn 1, basement.
T Wl< b EXCHANGE TWO GOOD SUBURBAN
1 lota and some ca*h tor good coal team and wagon.
Call Monday. M. V. HQGaN. l£B East Washing ton-it.,
basement.
7 will give equity in housrtand lot icso
X Indiaaa-ar., $3,0J0, for dear suburban lota. Ad
dress OWNER, No. 5 Honoro Block.
TO EXCHANGE—I WANT RESIDENCE LOTS,
clear, north of Twenty-second-at. (say 50 foot) for
Ida feet on Forty-third-*t., near Langley; $2,000 incum
brance. JOSEPH. S. JOHNSTON, Architect, 90and 2L
No. 144 Dearbom-at
TO EXCHANGE-JO ACRES NEAR WASHINGTON
_ Heights, near depot and car-shop* of 0., D. A V.
Railroad. Good chance for subdivision. Will exchange
for clear house and lot and aoxno Apply to K7o.
DICKY Kit, 72 Dearborn-et,
rpO EXCHANGE-TOR HORSES—HEAVY WAGONS
X and coal-bozos, or either separate. No. 12 Armour-si,
TO EXCH ANGE-tIOUSE AND HALF-ACRE LOT.
in a thriving town, near Chicago, worth BL&U. for
SSWI cish; balance for stock of Kroceriae or other good
business. Cali or address 47 Floonioy-et,
TO EXCHASGE-LAR£S, FINE HOUSE AND
grounds at Hyde Path tor good farm near Chicago.
C. WaLTKH BROWN, Room 1, southeastcorner Clark
and Washiagton-sts.
rpO EXCHANGE-FOB RESIDENCE IN CITY,
X Englewood, or Evanston, a piece of acre-property in
suburbs, beautifully located for gardening purposes, be
tween two railroads. R. KENNEDY, 123 Dearbom-st.,
Room 10.
TO EXCHANGE-80 ACRES GOOD PRAIRIE
land in laportc County, tod.: 40 acres fruit land,
near St. Joe, Mich.: tome suburban lota 5 miles from
Court-Uoaretallclcarof incumbrance. R. KENNEDY.
Room 10. 123 Dearborn-st.
TO EXCHANGE-TWO ELEGANT RESIDENCES,
with Urge, highly-improved around*, clear, in town
noar Chicago, (or city or firtt-ds«s suburban property;
also (arm (or -Wort Side house: Minnesota lands and
(own. Improved, for city or chojro suburban. C. WAL
TER BKOWN, Boom 1, southeast corner Clark and
Washlnrton-ata. ■
TO EXCHANGE —FOR CLEAR FARMS, OR
lands, or good suburban; $7.5f10 worth of personal
property, and a large factory In a town near Chicago. B.
B. FERGUSON. Room li Otis Block. 153 LaSaUe-at.
mQ EXCHANGE HAT FOB SECOND-HAND
JL boggy and two cheap work-horsea. Addresa H €B,
Tribune office.
mt) EXCHANGE-EQUITY OF tS.OUO IN TWO OCTA
-1 goo brick bouses with deep lots In first-clsa*luo.vion
on South Side: want suburban home, clear, or with slight
Incumbrance, or city or suburban lots, clear. Address E
14, Tribuue office.
TO EXCHANGE - STYLISH RESIDENCES AT
Higbwnod. Wirnetka. and Highland Park /or wild
land* or lota. Greatest indaooments to parties wishing
homesteads. MEARSACqgI 100 Washlngton-it.
rpo EXCHANGE-SI ACRES OF LAND NEAR KM-
X poria, Kaa., for huase la Chicago on leased lot or
other good property. H. W. SWINBURN, 10U? West
Yaa Buren-st-
TO EXCHANGE-HOUSE AND LOT AND SDBtTBB
an lots, clear, for good clear lands in Eastern Kansas
J 18, Tribono office.
TO EXCHANGE—<O ACRES OF FINE PRAIRIE
land near town, cleat. What can you offer? 199 Jklad
ison-et.. Room 9.
TO EXCHANGE-A GOOD LEATHER-TOP BUGGY
cod harness for a lot in Englewood, Evanston, or
Washlnnion Heights, clear of lacmabaance. by CULK,
MOoHER, BealEaUae Ageate,- U 8 TV tot
Aladleon-at.
THE CHIC AGO TRIBUNE: SUNDAY AUGUST 8, 1875.-SIXTEEN PAGES.
TO EXCHANGE.
TO EXCHANGE—IS I UN MAUK.ET-ST., NEAR
X Adams; want suburban land. A 2->lory and basement
brick boa so on Winchcster-av. incumborod for 53,600;
want lowa land for equity. 10 acres at Hinsdale for sale
▼onr cheap and on lung time. A great bargain can bo
had in the purchase of *i) acrc-i at Homewood with a little
money. F. A. WEaGK, 65 Washingtoo-si., 2.
rpO EXCHANGE-WHAT HAVE YOU FOR FOUR
J. clear .'.out h Cnicago lota. Cali or address KNUR. 803
North Oskleyat. •
r IX> EXCHA NO E—l*K- ACRE IMPROVED FARM IN
A Crawiord County; suburban lots at Park Ridge, High
land Park, Hyde Park, and a nice cottage on Jessed Jot
(7 years to ran) on Fultoiwt., for city or suburban prop
erty, fint-claas drog-jtore, brick, lumber, or carpenter
work. Room 51 Eioaango Building.
TO EXCHANGS-FOR A FARM. A CORNER LOT
ob WetftTwi-alj-fourib-irt., SOjISs; ao ißcurabranc©;
title perfect. Call on or addrona A- A. MOORHEAD,
Sol West Fuaruxmta-ec., comor Tbroop.
*TO EXCHANGE—AT OAK PARK. A BEAUTIFUL
1 residenceHnd grounds worth S7.(LO; will take Chicago
Improved. or Kelt for cavU and time at a dreadful sacrifice.
Address £6, Tribune odica.
rpO EXCHANGfi-FOR IMPROVED CITY PROP*
X erfy, 3&t feet on Ogden-ar., ccrner of Harmon-ft-,
noar toe now County Hospital building. Address 293 West
Taylor.tt.
TO EXCHANGE—ONE TO POUR TWO-STORY
and basement brick bouses on West Monroo-aU, for
lands. GKO. C. KaNDaLL. Room 7. 168 LaSalle at.
TO EXCHANGE-STOCK OF GROCERIES AND
clear real estate for house on West Side clear. Call or
add;ea» T. JUBB, 190 Madison-st., city.
TO EXCHANGK-WHAT have you got to Ex
change for improved farm in Wisconsin, clear f Ad
dress Owner. G 24, Tribune office.
fpo exchange-wanted a good horse and
X bog?y for gold watch and chain and good suburban
lot*. Address O 91. Tribune office.
TO EXCRANGE—TO TA 1 LOTUS-GOOD LOT AND
cash for 4160 to 8300 worth of custom-made clothing.
Address O, iioom 11.1U* Dcarboro-st.
rEXCHANGB-A SPLENDID RESIDENCE AND
grounds at Englewood: want equity in clear farm or
food suburban Iota; rare chance. STORES 4 WARE,
t Washington.it.
TO EXC H ANG R -WI IT) LANDS FOR CHICAGO
property. M 4C. Room 11, 109 Dearborn-st.
r EXCHANGE-160 ACRES OF GOOD FARMING
land in Jefferson County, Nebraska, for a stock of
goods, drags and s'atiunery preferred ; would trade for
other goods: have houses, stores, and lota la the thriving
village of Byron, Ogle County, 111., terminus of the Sec
ond Division of the C. 4 P. Railroad. Apply personally
to GEO. W. BROCK, First National Bank Building, or
by letter to WIL M. ODLLN 4 SON. Byron, Ogle
Count/, 111.
TO EXCHANGE-HOUSE AND THREE LOTS, IN
Hyde Park, for team of horses, wagons otc, D. D.
BABCOCK. Room 3, 97 Clark-st.
TO EXCHANGE-BRICK HOUSE AND LARGE
lo', for small farm in Illinois, near station. D. D.
BABCOCK. Room 3. 97 Olark-at.
rpO EXCHANGE—LOT BURNT DISTRICT, SOUTU
X side, for vacant corner lot on West Vanßareu oi Har
riaon-sts. Call 308 West Harrison-at. JOHN DOWNEY.
fyO EXCHANGE—FOR COTTAGE and lot, the
X best paving bakery. 'confectionery, and Ice cream
parlors on West
Room o, 159 LaSallc-st.
TO EXCHANGE - SEVERAL GOOD BRICK
houses on Bowen-av.. with modem improvements;
will tako small farms or other good property. KIRK B.
NEWELL, Room 1A !>4 Waahjogtoa-st,
rPO EXCHANGE-dw CLEAR LOTS AT ENGLE.
X; wood, with 825,000 cash, fora choice piece of basi
nets property on the Booth Side. STORES ± WAKE,
94 W asuiQgton-st.
'PO EXCHANGE-AT A BARGAIN-NEW BRICK
X blocks of store* and dwellings on AroUor-av. aodTwen
ty-thlrd-st., with ail modern improvements; will pay good
rentals; can sell the abovo in one pared or separately,
making trades of from $5.(Xw to $50.«d0. Will lake dear
country properly at fair values. KIRK B. NEWELL,
Room 23, 91 Washington-*!.
TO EXCHANGE-5 ACRES IN SEC. 6, 39, 14. FOR
vacant lots on North Side inside city limits. Address
F, 94 Dearborn-st., -Room 4. Will pay some cash.
r EXCHANGE-STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A
hardware store for pianos or cash. Apply to or ad
dress PRaNKLYNn, fta) West Van Buron-at.
rpo~EX CRAN GE- FO kTaFARMTC LEAR LOTS. OR
J personal property, a valuable business worth $15,-
0 0 for $11.(XX): must sell, as I am obliged to leave town.
Address AJH, 159 Park-av.
rpO EXCHANOK-WHAT have you GOT? I
X have got everything. Come and see mo; yon can
via. Address r 89, Tribune office.
TO EXCHANGE—TEA3I, WAGON, AND HARNESS
for brick. Inquire at 69 Ewlng-st., near CanaL
rno sxcHANGte-aao acrks patent title
X laud in Sontb Missouri for rood bneinesa
hones, baggies, pianos, or bruinosa. Make mo an offer.
Address II 46, Tribune office.
TO KXCHANGR-STOCK OF GOODS AND RE3l
dance In inland town, for Oiicago improved. Dairy
farm for lands. City and suburban for f<L-m and lands.
J. W. FINNEY. 81 Clark st.
'pO EXCHANGE-COTTAGE AND LOT IN GOOD
X locatiuo, worth 53.00 n, and good lots in Washington
Heights, equity in all about $5.5.0; will taVo wild land in
southwest of tins State. Apply' to F, 421 South Clark-st.,
in saloon.
TO EXCHANGE—FOR PERSONAL OR CHICAGO
property, 30 acres within 10 rods of depot, in town of
3,000 inhabitants, 50 miles west of Chicago. Can bo rc
s-ibdivided aod 50 small bouses can bo add at once. Good
chaoco for a builder. Address AM. Tribune office.
TO EXCHANGE—BI 3 ACRES AT WEST MAYWOOD
depot (Melrose): small incumbrance; cho'oe proper
ty; want oily improved, and will assume srasll fncum
braneo or farm land. L. L. WiX£ON, 154 Washington
st.. basement.
TO EXCHANGE-2-STORY AND BASEMENT
brick bouse, only BL7Dolncumbrance; want SAUcasb,
and balance clear lots.
443 acres of lowa land for clear lots.
114 feet on Lincoin-av., first block, fet farm.'
9* lots In South Chicago for residence.
160 acres in Michigan fruit bob for lots.
J. S. WOLFE. 199 Madison-rt.
TO EXCHANGE—4O ACRES OF LAND, CLEAR, IN
Wisconsin, for a plnno and furniture, or organ. C. B.
HACKNEY, 50 Otis Block :
TO LANDS IN WlSCON
.sin* clear, for city improved, rood loaaehold, or a
Kt>wk of merchamiuw. Call on or address PHILLIPS,
Boom 30, 152Laballe-st.
rpO EXOHaNGK-FOR A GOOD FARM, GROCERY
X stock sad fix ton**, 100 iota at Sooth Chicago, and 7
lots on \\e»t Side; 7$ feet on Four h-av. for land near
Chicago: house, and lot 175x230,at Western Spring*, and
4 lo's near R. I. shops, clear, for house. B. F. HHAn,
96 Washington-st.
TO EXCHANGE-HOUSE AND LOT ON BLUE
lalanctav. for groceries or teas. Address J£ 92. Trib
une office.
TO EXCHANGE-CITY AND SUBURBAN. PROP
orty for farms or landi; mineral and timber lands for
other property. J. M. BBVERLKY & CO., Broken and
Mining Engineers, Room 7, 67 Washing* on-af.
TO EXCHANGE—FOR CLEAR IMPROVED OR
nnimorovod property on Sooth or West Side, will
exchange Improved Slato-at, property near Thirtecnth
st., 40 feet iron'. moderately iqcambered, and fully
rented. A- B. WILCOX, 232 LaSallo-at., Roam 5.
TO EXCHANGE—CHICAGO PROPERTY FOR
farm in lona. CLAFLLN BROS. A CO., northeast
ornor Lakoand LaSallo»»ts.
"> EXOANGE-^ 0
rro BXOANGK—OR SELL—A NICE COTTAGE ON
X leased ground, for lots or h&tue and lot
near city. Address G 60. Tdbone othco.
TO EICHANOE-A FIRST-CLASS FLOUR MILL
in a thriving town near Springfield, HI., .clear; title
Serfcct; want good first-class properly. Call at Boom 1
ouma! Building. ,
r PO EXC aA NG E—GOOD KANSES LANDS WELL
I. located. In Butler C-mnty. 800 seres ia one tract,
1,600 acre* lu another; will take Improved city properly,
well rented, anl assume some incumbrances. T. F.
ANDREWS, 102 Washiogtoa-gt.
TO EXCHANGE—IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY
for unimproved city lota. B 29, Tribune office.
TO EXCHAXGE-A FIRST-CLASS BRICK HOUSE
for unimproved city property. J 54, Tribune office.
TO EXCHANGE- FOR~UNIMPROVED CITY
lots, a first-class marble-front residence on South
Side, G 78, Tribune office.
TO EXCHANGE—HOUSE AND LOT IN THIS CITY
and farm in Iroquois County, no incumbrances; will
exchange cl her uoo or both for stocks of drygoods, or
boots and shoes, suitable for a country store. T. TT
ANDREW'S,_lD2\Vashington-st.
rpO EXCHANGE—PAINT r '
, hXOi... JINO OR GItAIXIN’O FOR
jl dry goods, groceries, or sowing-machine. G SI.
Tribune office.
a'O EXCHANGE—IOWA AND MISSOURI LANDS
and improved property la a town in Central IIUqoU
for merchandise or dwelling in Chicago. Address A 43.
Tribune office.
TO EXCHANGE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS
at Irving Park for horses or other available property.
They will bo shown free, for they must be seen to bo ap
preciated. This Uan investment. MM. 121 Randolph
»t.. KoomS.
TO EXCHANGE - BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE,
with block of ground, situated at Winnetka; price
89,000, clear. Call at 78 Dearborn-si., Room 21.
TO EXCHANGE-STEAM MILT,, ADJACENT TO
railroad station, near city, soluble for most any kind
of mnnniactnring: 86,600, clear. Call at 78 Dearborn
st.. Room 21,
TO EXCHANGE-ELEGANT MARBLE-FRONT,
north of Twenty-second-sc, near lake ahoro. worth
BSO.OJO, for place of loss value north of Twonty-ufth-sL
B. A. 6'LRIUU. 87 Do«bom<t-
TO EXCHANGE-AN ELEGANTLY-IMPROVED
Western farm for rood city property or clear Babur ban
acres. Address L 61, Tribane office.
TO EXCHANGE—MARBLE-FRONT BUILDING,
near new Otutom-HotJßc, well rented, for residence
property; unimproved preferred. Address KS9. Tribune
office.
TO EXCHANGE—WE INVITE THE ATTENTION
of parties haring property to exchange to examine
our new bulletin boards, on which will bo found all de
scriptions of property, including city, country, and West
ern lands. HOLMES & 00., Taaad 74 Do arbom-st.
\\T ANTED—A CLEAN STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
t » groceries or hardware (city or country), from $ 6.000
to SSrWO. for choice suburban lota (clear) and cash. Ad
dress C 9, Tribune office.
WANTED-A HOUSE AND LOT IN EXCHANGE
for good ebort'timo paper or drst-claas merchan
dise. Address 82, Tribune office.
TIT ANTED—HORSES IN EXCHANGE FOR PLAN-
T» jag e>r wawlaff atOoodffillle. WagnerA Hotaler’s
placing mill and box tactory, 44 and 46 Blackwall-sU
TirANTED-AN IMPROVED FARM IN EXCHANGE
»* for a new W-room brick house. MILLARD k
DECKER, 159 LaSUlle-sU *
TIT ANTED—A GOOD RESIDENCE IN’ THE CITY
»» for other property: will assume incumbrance. D
K. CARTER. 157 frasbingumst. i/.
office.
.NTED -TO EXCHANGE - DOG CART OR
park'wagoa for top-boggy. Addnus G 32, Tribune
WJlnted-to EXCHANGE-CASH AND GOOD
' * unincumbered Coicago real estate for $12,000 worth
of merchandise suitable for country trade. Addresa by
mail Room 87 Briggs Qooa*.
w^B^gag&jg 3Bo " FOE wßmsn »-
WANTED— TO EXCHANGE-SOME GOOD IM
prored city property. Jlcbtly Incmnbotrd, for coun-w
try property or naizoprored lota. J. O. MwCORD 86
Wasblogtoo-aU ’
TITANTRD-TO EXCHANGE—4 LOTS. WELL LO
1T rated at \> ashingtoa Heights. for new first-class
household furniture. Address «TM Tribune office.
\V r ANTED—COTTAGE IN CITY; WOULD ACCEPT
» r light Incumbrance; la exchange /or Cornell lot and
Wertern lands, no Incombrance. Address A 69, Tribono
office. •
ar ANTED—OKE OK TWO GOOD" HORSES AND
VI bogg> io exchange fop Eranston property. iidrau
J»£TEHULSEN, Lsta3alle-«t., TLoaa i
W ILL EXCHANGE LOTS AT HINSDALE FORDE
suable city property* O, J. fiTOUGH, Uo Dpar
born-st. ' " ‘ *
TO EXCHANGE.
X\T AKXSD—TO KXOHANGR-SOMB GOOD SUB-
Vv urban lota for good, sound, kind horse and tup
bnasi: horse not to be over 7years old, weight about 1.160.
Apply to CHARLES MILLER, 142 LaSallo-st., Reom4.
WANTED-AN IMPROVED FARM IN ILLINOIS
- -worth 825,«I0 to SM.fIOO, for which I will give first
class residence property in and near Chicago. Address
OWNEH, No. 5 Honoro Block. -
ANTED-DHUO STOCK - AND FIXTURES FOR
eity lota, clear. ADVERTISER, Room 53,150 Dear
born-st.
\IT ANTED—LIVERY STOCK FOR GROCERIES
Vt and clear l»t«. Address J 95, Tribune office.
ANTEd“COTTAGE ON WEST SIDE. CLEAR,
for groceries and o car lota one-half mile from ci*y
Ilmlta; will give some money. Address L JUBB, 190
Maditoo-sc. '
WANTED-TO KXCHaNGK-A RNE. LARGE,
iron safe, which eost 6550. or a lot in South Chicago,
fora good, young, gentiohorse, business buggy, aud har
tota. Apply at 693 Sonth HaUted-at
C*TfWInTTwORTH OF RAILROAD STOCK TO
O-l-U.v/Uv/ exchange for real estate. W, B. LANG
LEY. 172 South Clark-st. ■
FOR SALL.
FOR SALE—a membership ticket to the
Chicago Board of Trada. Addrosa H 11, Tribune
office.
FOR SALE-GHEAP-A NEW COFFEE, OR PKA
nnt roaster tor one-fourth cost. Also, two nice dry
§ooda counters, a lot of gas-fixtures, ice-boxes, and other
onto aod store furniture too numerous to mention, to be
closed out at once very cheap at 133 North Clark-st.
For sale-a fine pointer dog. thorough
ly broken; 625 caab.__J. SLATTERY, 890 Archer-av.
F~or in shelvingTcoun!
ten, show-cases, lor dry goods store at I(X> West Madl
son-st., or will trade for pony and phaeton.
F“ OR SAiJE—CHEAP—IB FEET BLACKWALNI
office-railing. Apply at 184 Clark-st., Room 7.
For sale-a fine coat and vest, made
too small, will bo sold lor half price: suitable
toe a slim young mao. Address LB7, Tribune office.
For salk-chkap-elegant black walnu
wardrobe, lotof fine gas fixtures, and small stock c
human hair. 4G South Desplainee-et., up-stain.
’OR SALE -Am FINE YACHT. CHEAP FOE
cash, by P. PETERSEN. 340 West CbieagQ.qv.
I7IOR SALE—CHEAP—HOUSE AND SIX YEARS*
‘ lease: good locality; ground rent only S3O a year;
boose built for moving. Coll and examine, at 831 Fatten
»t., near Leavitt.
For sale-cheap-a n months old pointer
dog, not trained, strong limbed, don color, highly
bred. Apply at 268 and 27U Madjaon-st. .
UUIR SALE~4fI POUNDS LONG PRIMER. 8 FONTS
X 1 job type, coses, otc.; $25 cash. JANITOR, Room
35,116 Monroe-sL
F~ OR SALE-4 FINE COACH DOGS, 2 MONTHS
old, at W Seeloy-av. Call evening.
FOR SALK-A VALUABLE COLLECTION OF FINK
oil pointings in now gold frames at a bargain Room
9 Dora Block norUiwoet comer State and Madison*ts.,
Chicago.
For sale-two metal show-oases, store.
fixtures, and furniture, at 234 West Twoifth-st.
pOII SALE-MEMBERSHIP CHICAGO BOARD OF
A 1 Trade. Stale the beat price yon will give. Address
O 66, Tribune office.
LtOR SALE—CHEAP—A VERY FINE COUNTER,
J? two wail-casos, and now Indian figure; cost $325; will
sell for $176, Inquire at T 4 East Maduon-st.
For sale-to laundrymen-chrap-tro'
collar machine. Eureka Laundry, 535 Wabaih-av.
FOR SALE—CHEAP—A THOROUGHBRED BEX
ter dog. Apply at 3<’2 West Adams-st.
FOR6 ALE-ONE LARGE OUT-DOOR SHOW-CASE
and 3 counter cases, to be sold at a sacrifice. Call at
96 Aberdoen-BC.
For sale-the attention of shirt or
clothing manufacturers to sewing m&cbinory fixtures
lor six machines, where power is used. Fixtures en
tirely now. Can bo bought at a bargain. Address S. M.,
Tribune office,
sale-two new first-class desks.
X' cheap. Room I Journal Building.
TTtOR SALK-A LOTOF EBONY-HANDLE. NICK EL
1 cased table knives, $2.50 per set, worth $7. A- W.
WHEELER, 66 Lake-st., up-stairs.
FOR SALE-3 PUREBRED WATER SPANIEL
pups. 6 month* old; also a lot of splendid canary
birds. 464 Twcntjr-slxth-at.
l?OR SALE-CHEA P FOR CASH-TWO BEST
X' carom billiard-tables, fixtures complete, good as
now. 3 40 BuCcerheid-sC.
T7IOR SAI.E-I.CCO DOZEN PAIRS BUTTS AND 10,000
J? pounds str, p hinges cheap also door springs and
knobs. A. W. WHEELER, £6 Lake-st., up-stairs.
For dress suit at
WALSH'S, clothier, comer of West Madison and
Aberdcen-sts.
For sale-a good chance for parties
going to housekeeping. The furniture of fivo
rooms, wrtb or without piano, will be sold at a groat sao
riuoo if taken at ones, os‘ owners are going to leave tho
city. Call at 730 Wabash-av.
For sale-a DENTIST DUE-BILL, FIRST-CLASS;
also gas-fixtures, opera-glasses, talking parrot, paint
ings, ebromoa. jewelry,etc., at 215 State-st., second floor.
For sale-fine shelving for liquors in
bottle*. Call at 39 lUvcr-st.
li’Oß SALE—A BUYER WANTED FOR A FINE
I? room show cm which S3OO a month can be made. L 62,
Tribune office.
Fob sale-two new firs'l-class brekoh
loading gnus, at less than oust tc importer: price.
Sl6oanda&W. Apply at 864 West Midlson-et.
IpOR SALE-LEASE, BUTTABUS FOR RESTaU
’ rant or small hotel. Apply on premises, 55 South la*
S&Ho-st.
For sale—one is-ball pooltablb and one
billiard-table, complete. Inquire So. 818 South Clark
at., of C. C. OTTO.
For sale—a fine doublebuirel English
twit gun, or will exchange for a nlco cutter. In
quire 9 South Clark-at.
For sale-oakley’S bed-big and cock
roach Exterminator; warranted: contracts taken;
article sold; toll Instructions tree. AKltttTß OAKLEY,
fltO iState-su 1
FOR S ALE-A VERY FINK 4-INOS ASTRONOM
leal telescope, cPeap. Cash bnjen only need apply.
Address B 81, Tribune office.
For salk-2 tborough-bre> newfound
land paps. & weeks old, large size. Call before 3p.
m. or during the week. 4&i West Madism-sL
T7OR SALE—A LARGE WALMT STANDING
J. office desk cheap, at the Sheriff’sale of boots and
shoes, 179 Woet Madrson-st.
FOR'SaLE-A REAL ENGLISH-JAB, WITH A
complete set of harness. Inquire at '6 South Market.
MUSICAL.
Attention of purchasers is requested
to the splendid bargains la new an! eJogsnt piano
fortes wo are now offering, being the «tire stock nf a
first-claM dealer purchased at assignee's tale in the City
of New York, embracing instruments of nany celebrated
manufactures, Including F. C. Llghto, Niw York; Meyer
A Sous. Philadelphia; Steinmetz A Co,, low York; New
ton A Co., New York, and others—all »arranted for 5
year*. Packing and shipping attended b. Prices. $225
to $250. MARTIN’S, .residence No. 63 Wabash-av.
Elegant rosewood case 7 octavo nprigft piano, $l5O ;
hand orao rosewood case 7 ofctave piano,perfect order.
SBS. MARTIN’S, residence 673 Wabash-tT
A YOUNG LADY (GERMAN NATIVI), WHO HAS
taught music successfully for some yarn in the city,
wishes a situation as piano teacher al »me private or
boarding school. Good references. Addess A 73. Tri
bune office.
A GOOD PIANO TO BENT CHEAP. 3ALL AT 130
South Poona-st.
A NEW - FIRST-CLASS PIaNO FORS7S: RETAIL
price. $500; this is a bargain. Call at once. No. 16
Aorta Cimton-st.
A LADY COMPETENT TO TEACH PIANO OR
cabinet organ, wishes scholars. Partioiar attention
given to the theory of music and young schosrt. Address
by postal 934 West Lake-st, Terms, 60 cens a lesson, or
sl3 per Quarter. ’
A FULL SIZED ROSEWOOD PIANO FOR ONLY
S9O. or rout aame for $4 per month, 3CCWarren-av.
Best and cheapest—tub scholson
cabinet organ: price, S3O and upward: molo-'ftle and
retail at factory. NICHOLSON ORGAN JO., €3 Bast
Indiaua-st.
•SALE-ELEGANT ORGANS AT M)DERATB
rices; also. wdl exchange one lor a rood borso.
western Organ Company, 363 State-st.
FOtt RENT—CHEaP TO RESPONSIBIi! PARTY
a splendid plaao. Address AW. Trlbumoffice.
pOR FIRST-CLASS PIANOS CALL .T O. A.
J 7 OEROLD’S Piano Factory. 190 Clark-st.jaear Mon
rpe-at. A good 5-octave tnolodoon for sale or tireat cheap.
Toning and repairing promptly attended to.
I?OR SALE-OE EXCHANGE- WESTCUSS, NEW
"NJO fo ORGAN, SJIOO; 7-OCTAVK tPRIGHT
Xi Piano. $100; and «-octave equate piano, $). Pianos
to rout at $5. DeWITT, 166 Stato-tt.
PtANO FUR SALE-APPLY AT GARDNFS HOUSE
office ; owner leaving the city. Cheap r t6. cash, or
naif down.
PURCHASERS. RENTERS, SOUOITOiS, UN
jf* fairly treated by a piano firm, will benefit 30 public
& A * at tokStos*
PIANOS FOR SALE AND TO RENT, ABJURING
*i , Cldcaeo Piaao factory, 16 State*
rPO KBNT-AND FOE SALE-PIANOS AID OE
EUtoT; ni«°AdS^WM.E.PEO3ER.2IS
TXTANTED--A GOOD PIANIST: ONE WJO CAN
reforonce. and wl study
KortS^rp^o^s;”*^- AdtaM p - 5“ *•
W A wl?Tn,?fc EXOHAKOE-A FINE ,’ORSE.
-° r ,ln ’ U:l “‘ “ prlih pi“o
175 GOOD PIANO-A BA.DAIN;
»!<-* tnnat be sold; leaving the city. 953Ststet.
Sl7s’lS??h? ALE ?* EAP TO PAY ADVvNCES
11110 "*°ctave. roand-coter pia
no-forte. carved legs, at Loan Office. 27 West Ma«son-«t.
Q9n() B m VS „ A first-class new iano
AddiS. J a. x"htt 0 °e mo,ltilj7 or «d‘=h«i>-
sewing machines.
A ASSORTMENT OF M A CHINS7)F
all kinds, including one new Sinter coat It itrr
*fnr 4 Gibbs, good as ae,* cost
l^lf 0 L 835 H 0a^i fa . 11 c&Unet ± Wilsa late
aIT/nl^ro*raSt^^>' 0 ’ * ur * otiier machine* twlow,
CO wliS.U-^ Qatodt >tUK °‘ P - i
A CHOICE COLLECTION OF NEW AND ffßTT
ted sewing machines at prices to suit all. \g are
For sale-threb latk p*mt> v ciMfop« .
3 Medium*, 1 Hoi j a WhJii? 7W
! ?/° v ® r I Wilson, ud 1 Weed, a bj« *A OO WABASH-AV. - NEWLY FURNiaHKD
T^m2. U up-alairt CC ** Px7ftto 1-0411 Office, US Clajchju. j room*with board: also, day-board.
o*d!r M^?Sy?g«F0 SING EH. IN- GOOD OK- 468 ° B
Sp trHi 1m°o! i. 70 WABASB-AV A FKW PLKASA.VT TUB
elww-bf man, touy p» * U ***** n<imt wtth board; tablefint-ctm.
perbaltdozen. «3 Madieoo-et.. Singer office /jr-- WABASH-AV.-A HANDSOME SIIITB OP
MACHIKE-KEAIILY roams with board; hot and cold water.
# LYdiw^ W vi Ce Jf2i Swteaftablo, - A NICELY FURNISHED
-■ -f Vt a yil"*”* No. sot Michigan-ar. ; 'iOl parlor with board for two or throe gentlemen.
OINGEE OFFICE OF a. J, AIELCHERT, 2u3 WEST room for single gentleman.
on month- jm MICHIGAN-AV.-FUEMSHED BOOM WITH
- Ry? ,Pr ■ eiohaagsd. and repaired. TCvX board: alto a room-mate wanted* Acconunoda-
W' A rev E t: E I?-wiP A5 ?- :r on fortable-boardera. . ‘
«adC^BaiCaiiSi!^ ,sato *»W*m*ch*a«. Apply -Cl a WABASH-AV.-PbBAfiAITT BOOHS; MOD-
Kiu.winiMuw, -jUiO orate price*, and good board. . .
BOARDING AND LODGING.
„ v West Vldo.
fi SOUTH PEORIA-ST.-BOARDERS WASTED;
V front room« to rant, unfurnished.
7 pESfRE-AV—'JO RENT. WITH OR WITHOUT
. Urge front room, with closet, furnished or un
‘^Tror^i!^ Parlor and bed-room; all modern
1 2 SOUTH SA-NGAMON-ST.—PLEASANT, NICK
i with board, for two; also
room for one lady with board.
14- GR'bbN-ST.—TO RKNT-NEWLY PA
tlufk tre£ltol°t- r01 “'- Wkl ‘ bOMd -
prkasakt, nice, furnished
*r°ht room wi>h tirst-clua board.
1 Q NORTH, SANGAMON-ST BOAItDINO IS A
wo?k; P b«sto tor ladiefl or K° to $5 per
0«) ABEKDEEN-ST.—HALF BLOCK FROM JIADI.
,. 80a ® cars - Most attractive rooms and accom
raooetiona for a few married couples, or yonne bouu or
lad.w. at very moderate forms; all
tloncentral; retired and homo-like•’houan
and rooms cosy and inviUug. • nouae
90 ABEKDEKN-ST. - NICELY * FURNISHED
rooms, with firet-class board, for married cou&loa
oryonng people; location, house, and surroundings most
innilng: a 1 modern comforts; one nice room reryiow to
two young ladies; only half bl&ck from Madi soa-st, cam?
OQ ABERDEEN.ST.—ROOMS RINOLfT OR EN
suite. Day boarders taken. Terms rery reasona-
on ABEUDEEN-ST.-COMFORTABLYPDRNISHRD
ww room* with board, on suite or single. Good table
Day board.
4.7 S°V T ? asijland-av.. opposite union
ti: i Fark—Board with pleaaant room, front or back.hot
and cold water.
4.0 SOUTH ANN ST.-FRONT ALCOVE ROOM.
7TO handsomely furnished, with first-class board; also
single rooms. Kcft*nr-icm exchanged.
4.8 NORTH MAV-ST. --HAS JUST CHANGED
ai P“ s ‘ Private family hare two pleasant rooms,
and would like two or tbreo genu; use of bach, wlthpriFl
letre and comfort of home; only $5 per week.
4-ft BETWEEN MADISON AND
■XVJ Washington—Largo rooms, first-class board, brick
house, all improvements; price, sl3 tor conplo. Refer
ences.
40 ASHUaND-AV.. opposite union park-
Y Pleasant rooms to rent with board to gontloman
ana wife, or single gentleman; reference* exchanged.
50 R( )F7' ,[ may-st.-apleasst front room
k/\J with board, to a couple; convenient to Madlson-st
51 ASIILAND-AV.-ROOMS AKD~BOAED~f6S
<-* x gentleman; also day boarders. ’
51 CARPE.NTEB-ST.—FIRST-CLASS
Vf furnished rooms, v Ith board, for gentlemen and
their wives or siaglo gentlemen, on reasonable terms: all
modern improvement*. *
CO SOUTH CURTuTsT.-TO RENT. WITH BOARD
UO nicely-furnished room, hot awl cold wolor. furnace
neat in season; cheap, il permanent.
CO SOUTH GKBKN-ST.—THEBE ARK SOME
nice rooms lor ringlo gentlemen at $5 and SR, with
board. House newly furnished, throughout. Day board
ers wanted.
7 0 Y|- ST VAN BUREN-ST.. CORNER CLINTON—
I U A few good boardetm can find board and oleaaant
rooms at $4.60 per week. W IV
79. SOUfUHArifKDST., CORNER MADISON—
• Regular board, SX&O per week; day board- 13.60*
meals, to cents. '
RS iIORGAK.ST.-A FURNISHED ROOM
with hot and cold water, suitable /or married conplo
or two gouts, to rent with board.
mDESPLAINES-BT.. NEAR MONROE—WANT
ed, a few boarder* in a private family: also fur
nisbod rooms to rent. ’
m SOUTH SANGAMON-ST.—T WO LARGE PLEA
sant rooms (single or en suite, furnished or an
dS“b?o LSa"?. “ bolrd; modm «'*»»:
S £H. T u H PpORIA-ST.-FURNiSHED BOOMS
PC with board at $6 and $6 per week.
1 SOUTH HALSTED-ST. FURNISHED
X XtX rooms, with first-class board- Day boarder* ac
commodated. womwx* w
1 4-Q S 9^ T F SANG AMON-ST —TWO LARGE FDR-
XrtU nlsbod rooms, with or without board.
SOOTH GREEN-ST—BOARD, WITH A
pleasant room for two gentlemen.
WEST MONROB-ST.-TWO GENTLEMEN
can hare a nice room with good board at above
number, -terms will be mada rare {f t^v oa
once.
I QO WEST WASHINGTON-ST.-AN U.NFURNiSM
±VO ed front parlor, also a large famished room, to
rent, with board.
om WEST WASHINGTON.ST.—TO RENT. WJTH
board, in a private family, pleasant rooms (two
front), second floor: also thirdfioor. Bouse and location
first-class. References.
Oi ft FULTON-ST., CORNER PEORIA, IN THE
-uIU bnck boose—Several nicely furnished rooms, with’
good board; for married or single folks; also several un
furnished rooms with or without board.
ft WEST WASHINGTON-ST. FURNISHED
■ U rooms with board. $a per week.
997 SOUTH ROBEY-ST.—BOAR]
I niahed rooms at reasonable rates.
99Q WEST MONRO E-ST.—ROOMS FURNISHED
O or unfurnished with first-class board.
9Q/) v ' £iiT WASHINGTON-ST.--NICELY FUR
£jO’J nfahed rooms, single and cn suite, with board.
Day-boarders accommodated.
9/f ft SOUTH GRERN-ST. - PLEASANT AND
*yTU well-famisbad rooms to rent with board. Terms
reasonable.
Oft Q WEST RANDOLPH-ST.
rooms, with or without, board.
977 WEST JACKSON-ST.—TWO NICELY-FDB
-u I t nished rooms with board.
9Qft FULTON-ST—LARGE ROOM NEWLY FUR
£jU\J trisbed to man and wife, or gentlemen, with
board. In private f«miip
OHO FULTON-ST.—TWO CHOICE ROOMS WITH
first-class board. Fine location for young men.
QHA 'VEST MADISON-ST.—NICE BOOMS AND
tH/U board. Terms, $5 per month.
OOQ WESTMADISON.ST—FtjRNIaHED ROOMS
o£tu with board: day boarders wanted; board in ex
change for furniture.
QQ'/I Wi-ST WaSHINGTON-ST.-FRONT AND
OPT back parlors, also front alcove, with board.
QQQ WEST WASHINGTON-ST.-AN ALCOVE
OOQ and one square room with first-class board. Ref.
oronoos required.
OftJ_ WEST RA NDOLPHST.-PLEABANT ROOMS
UUx for married couples or single persons; 35 to $6;
unfurnished parlor. 610; location good; day board $4.
OQO WEST WaSHINGTON-ST.—SINGLE ROOMS
00-i with board; suitable for gentlemen. Terms mod
erate.
QQQ WEST MONROE-ST—FURNISHED OR UN
OO-/ furnished rooms to rent with board.
Ano WEST MONROE-ST.-PLEASANT FUR
‘*O nishod room wjth board in private American
family: a cheerful home guaranteed to good party: terms
reasonable; location first-class.
A OQ WESTMONROE-ST.-PLEASANT ROOM FOR
TTXi U two persons, overlooking Jeffecsou Park, with
board.
AC* A WEST ADAMS-ST., OPPOSITE JEFKER
TUT son Park—Three connected unfurnished rooms
on pari or-floor, hot and coll. water, closet*, etc., also
nicely furnished large room, with board; new hoaso.
At* A .WEST RANDOLPfI-ST.—TO RENT, WITH
iUi good board, nicely-furnished rooms and two or
throe uafuruished room*; also, a front basement suitable
for a physician. -
Near union park-two laboringmencan
find a permanent home in aprivate family, with first
class board, by addressing L 6, Tribune office.
WEST MONROE-ST.-A NICELY FURNISHED
front alcove suite to rout with board: family con
sisting of three only; bouse with all modern improve
ments ; location unexceptionable. Call at 30 North Canal.
South Side*.
1C TWENTY-SBCOND-ST.-TERY desirable
XlI rooms to rent, furuished and unfurnished, with
first-class board; location delightful.
*1 7 HARMON-COURT—FURNISHED OB UNFUE-
X I nished rooms to rent, with board.
AND 45 EAST MONROE-ST., OPPOSITE
Palmer House—Now. dean single rooms, plentiful
$5 to $7 per week; table board, $4. English house.
43
table.
’east hARRISON-ST.-F URSISHED ROOMS
to rent, with or without board. Day board also.
44
72
"twexty-second-st.-a suite of fur
nlshod rooms, with board, la private family.
Q 7 AND 89 SOUTH CLaRK-ST -GOOD BOARD
O I from $4 to $8 per week, with use of plena.
Vojf —LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
room, with or without board. Terms very reason*
able.
IPQ CALUMET-AV— I TWO FURISHKD FRONT
XDt/ rooms, with or without board, suitable for two
gents, or gent and wife ; references.
IQvl AND 186 STATK-BT..OVER NUTTING'S C.O.
XO'x D. Store—Floe single, doable, end sleeve rooms,
newly famished, with flnt-class board. Transient and
day board era. •’
OCQ SOUTH CLARK-ST .-PRIVATE BOARDING
£*JtJ house— si por week: day-board, $3.50.
nnz MICHIGAN-AV .-FRONT ALCOVE ROOM
and front parlor famished, with board tot fami
lies. AUo rooms for single persona. .
-j 7 Q AHCHIGAN-AV.-HaNDSOMELY-FURNISH-
U« O ed front rooms, with board. Day-boarders
ranted.
OHO MICHIOAN-AV.-TO RENT, WITH BOARD,
a handsomely farnlabod suite of front rooms;
also, smaller room.
OQK michigan-av.-nicely furnished
AOu front room lo rent with board; also room on sec
ond floor at very moderate price. Reference required.
07 A MICHIGAN-AV—THE SECOND FLOOR,
Oil* consisting of fonr rooms, furnished or tsnfnr
nished, to rent, with board.
Oil MICHIOAN-AV.-ONE HANDSOME FRONT
OIJL suite and two single rooms, to man and wife or
sisglo gentlemen. First-class table.
Q 1 QI~~STATH-ST., THIRD FLOOR, PRIVATE
o*xo2 family—One fint-clawi furnished room and
board for two gentlemen; also a few day boarders.
Orn MICHIQAN-AV.—ROOMS TO HUNT. WITH
OJU board. ’ '
On A STATE-ST., UP-STAIBS—REFITTED BF
O 1 jt new parties—Pleasant rooms, with board, for
ladies and gsntlciuen. Terms. 34. W and 35per week:
day-board, 34. Also a, pleasant suite, of unfurnished
Q7Q MIOHIOAN-AV—FRONT AND BACK PAR-
O I O lor to rent with board; also other desirable room*;
table board.
QOK SOUTH STATE-ST.-TO RENT- PLrfASANT
OOt> furnished rooms with board at from $4.00 to 85.00
per week, with use ef pleasant parlor.
A 1 A MIOHIGAN-AV.-A MCE ROOM, FUB
*±i"r nished or unfurnished, with board; references
exchanged. Few day-boarder* can be accommodated.
tV.-Fj
BOARDING AND DODGING.
Sooth Side—Continued*
£O9 WABISH-AV.-BOARD. WITH OR WITH.
vU-J put rooms, for gentleman or married couple*;
very desirable location; sico house and good tables.
£QX WABASH-A V.—PLEASANT FURNISHED
Uyd front room, with or without board; large closet
hut and cold water; prirate family;
£QQ WaBASH-AV. - LARGE FRONT ROOM.
UUO nicely famished, with board; hoc and cold water
in room. References exchanged.
7J.7 WABASII-AV. - PLEASANT FURNISHED
I a I room, with er without board; also one single
room. Reference required.
.MICHIGAN-AV. DESIRAALR ROOMS.
• v” furnished or unfurnished, with good board, at
reasonable rates.
7r 1 AND 753 WABASH-AV.—PLEASANT ROOMS
I OJ, with board, furuiahod or unfurnished. Refer,
eaces exchanged.
7QQ WABASH-AT., NEAR SIXTEENTH-ST,--2
I t/v rooms, one single and one double, containing all
modern caaveuiaacea, with first-class board.
OflJ_ WABASH-AV.-AVERY DESIRABLE SUITE
ui/*tr of front rooms, famished orunfarnished; table
board next homo counseling. References.
OA7 WABASH-AV.-A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
CV I with board for two: terms reasonable.
££9 inoiana-av.-to rent, with board.
pleasant furnished rooms; havo running water:
good closets.
Q7l WABASH-AV.-A NICE LARGE FRONT
« . 1 ro ? m an » two amail ones, single or en suite, with
nrst-claas board; fine location.
SIQ.I ISDUXa-AV.. NEAR KIQHTEESTH.ST.-
io rent—A nice furnished room, with riest-ciata
board, to one gentlemen. Cars pass tbs door.
,9QQ WABASH-AV., NEAR
m .°, 7“ tapmsemonts. A parlor on tbs first
ol f-^ 7 fa f uU bed. suitable for a gentleman and
an wife, or two geuts, with board, at reasonable terms.
1029 wK IG iw’ AV --TWO pleasant rooms
ith board f o r ReaUeman and wife or two gen
ii 1 1 LARGE FRONT BOOM
board, fa private family. Moderate terms.
1151 - LARGE AND SMALL
XXc/i front room, with board, in family of adult*.
Desirable house and locality. Term* satisfactory.
kk FINKD amkrioan PR l-
AV rate family will accept eight young gentlemen to
. a el Bl . vo l . he ™ *il tho of a refined modern
home, $6, b«it of references required. Address with
name. M log, Tribune office, w, “
Worth Side.
76 SSt R 52,^ K - ST - FDBSBHED BOOMS TO
1 fJ7 NORTH DEARBORN-ST.-ONE SINGLE AND
X\J I one double room to root, with board. References
exchanged.
NORTH DEARBORS-ST.-ROOMS TO RE.Tr'
wltn board. Day-boarders accommodated.
mAND "iS6 MICHICAN-ST.. NEAR CLARK-
Boarders can bo accommodated with well for
ced. well ventilated room*, (rood table, bath-room, hot
and cold water; two In a room. $5 each.
017 ILLINOIS-ST. A DESIRABLE FRONT
fV room, woll furnished, with good board: also
single room. Terms reasonable.
991 OXTAUIp-ST., EAST OP CLARK-DOUBLE
and sjnjrle rooms, with board.
9Q4. board and
rooms on salt* for man and wife or two gentle-
9CC EAST LNDIaNA-ST.—NICKLY-t'TrUNISHF.D
.*-,VV xroot alcove room to rent, also large backroom:
table boanlora accommodated: 6o'clock dinners- refflr
eace roqoirod. *
V.IQ OHJO-ST.-BOARD WITH PLEASANT
room fur a gentleman and wife: also room for
eingla gentleman.
94.4. NORTH LASALLE-ST.-A FINE ROOM uR
—smie of room*, with board, in prirsta family, for
two young gents or young conplo.
INDIAWA-ST.—TWO DESIRABLE
TU roams, 'with tint~clus board. Referencesei*
changed.
EAST INDIANA-ST.—TWO LARGE PLEAS
*dOQ ant rooms to rent, with board.
9 east lndYana.st.—xicely-fuiixished
w»J_t rooms to rcac. with pood board.
9£CT CORNER STATE AND INDIANA-STS—Ona
U turuUnod room, with hoard; day boardora accom
modaiod.
907 hurox-st.~nickly furnished front
I and bade room, with board, m a private family.
970 SUPERIOR-ST. BOARX>7~
mJ k \J clans acftommodatloos, la a private family.
97*1 EAST INDIAWA-ST.—LARGE AND SINGLE
Aj I J. rooma, fttnuihed oy nnfaraiahod, with board.
OQft east rUJNOIS-bT.—XICELY-FURX IS HELD
Zj'JKJ room, with or without beard; aiy> room for a
yoogg lady.
Qftl EAST OHIO-ST—LARGE UNFURNISHED
OUI room: also finely famished room; all with board
bra t-olas§ and moderate terms.
A LARGE FRONT ROOM AND ALCOVE. FUR
niibed or unfurnished: bouse now; near business;
but few other boarders; references required. D gs, Trib
uoe office;
AND FUR-
Hotels
•Tn AND 72 EAST RANDOLH-ST DUCHARMB
I\J House.—Single or doable rooms, with board. Day
board, $6.
inn NORTH LASALLR-ST., HENRY KLEINE’3
XUU Private Hotel—First-class board, with pleasant
rooms, at $6 per week. Day-board, 84.60. Meals. 25 cU.
ATHOL HOUSE, 167 NORTH CLARK-ST.-6KV
ecal uloely famished rooms to rent with board.
Alsounfurnished rooms, vita or without board. Tran
slenta accommodated at sl;Su per day.
FURNISHED
BROWN'S HOTEL, 376 STATE-ST.-NICELY FTJR
nisbod; everything coamleto, rooms single or on suite,
from $6 to $7 per week ; table board $4; centre of bosi
loss.
Deforest house, corner clark and
Erie-sta.—Nicely furnished rooms with first-class
board for married couples and single gents. House, loca
tion, and sorroundlngs pleasant; all modem comforts;
terms reasonable.
•VTEVADA HOTEL, us AND 1 50 WaBASD-AV.—
-L> Good board and room, 37 per week; 2in a room, $6
per week.
Rochester house. 259 south clark-st.-m
day-board, $3.50; nearly opposite J’aciilc
ST. CHARLES HOTEL, 15 AND 17 SOUTH CLARK
st., formerly Conley’s St. Charles. Newly famished
and thoroughly renovated. American and European
plana Transients, $2 per day, or rooms 75con(spor
day. Liberal deductions made to parties rooming by
the week or. month. .All desirable rooms. Restaurant
connected. *
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO GENTS
wishing board in a social family, with rooms famished
or oartly furnished, modern improvements, and delight
fully located, may addrosaM€l, Tribune office.
Elegant large rooms to rent with
excellent board; house now. Parties wishing a per
manent homo solicited. Address E 58, Tribune office.
Large front room, unfurnished, with
hot and cold water, marble mantel, and grate, to
rent with board to gentleman and wifo or two gentlemen.
K 39, Tribune office.
BOARD WANTED.
Board-foe a small family with a pri
ratn family who hare more room than they need and
duriro to lessen the expense of housekeeping.
A! 13, Tribune.
T>OARD-BYTWO YOUNG LADIES. BOARD WITH
dJ famished room and use of piano. Address, airing
terms, Mbs M., 533 West Lake-st.
Board-in private family by a young
couple. State price and accommodations. D S 3.
Tribune office. L .
Board-in private family within walk
ing distance of State and Jacksoo-sta.; must be good
and low price. K 51, Tribune office.
T>OARD—BY TWO YOUNG LADIES IN A PRIVATE
JJ family; will be absent during the day. West Side
preferred. Address K 58, Tribune office.
BOARD-BY A YOUNG WIDOW LADY WHO
wishes board and room: private family preferred;
object, pleasant homo more than stylo. Address B 94,
Tribune office.
BOARD-BY A YOUNG LADY WITHIN 15 MlN
ntes’ walk of Metropolitan Block: references given;
state terms. Address H 37. Tribune office.
BOARD^AN D ROOM BY'a^FOUNG GENTLEMAN
in a private family; German or American preferred;
on the North Side: terms must be low; will be permanent
if soiled. Address CJ Id, Tribune office.
BOARD-AND ROOMS. OR ROOMS FURNISHED
or unfurnished, except carpets, near good day board,
for self and wife, in strictly private family on North Side,
south Cbicago-ar., east Ciark-st., or on Miebigan-av.,
north Twolfth-st. Object, a permanent home for a sear.
Address D 90. Tribune office.
X OARD—FIRST-CLASS, FOR MAN, WIFE, FEVB
x> children, and nurse, where there are no outer
boarders. Address D 43, Tribune office.
Board-in private family for self and
wife. West Side prefarre i, Want neat, quiet placo
at reasonable price. Call or address B„ 194 Sooth
Water-st.
DOARD —BY GENT AND WIFE WITH A
U small family; bat few or no boarders; suite of rooms,
hot and cola water, well famished; permanent; prompt
pay; South Side, north of Twenty-elghth-st. A. 24, Trio
quo office.
TDOARD— FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, WITH
JD uafurnisbed front rooms In a modem house on So :rh
Side, north of Twenty-sccond-iL Table and accommo
dations most bo first-class; references riven and required:
siat j terms. Address 0 46, Tribune office.
Board-on west side by a young okntle
maa, with nicely-furnished room. In a private family
where there aru no other boarders; everytning most bo
first-class. Address D 17, Tribuneoffice.
A YOUNG MAN. COMFORTABLE
room sod good board, near Western-av. MaJi
son-st.; private family preferred. Addreas, with fall
particulars, E 88, Tribune office.
TJOARD—FOR SELF AND WIFE, BACK ROOM
X) preferred, and must have exclusive use of a good
barn. Address B 13. Tribune office.
BOAKD-AFTER SEPT. 20, BETWEEN PARK ROW
andTwonty-Blxth-«t..eod east of .State, 3 or 4rooms
lor a family of 4adults; will furnish a part; most be
first-class. AddreashA 92. Tribune office.
*RO ARD- PERMANENT BOARD FOR SELF. WIFE,
JLi and child. In a strictly private and respectable fam
ily ; references given and required; boarding-house
keepers need not reply. Address O 14, Tribune emoe.
B' OARD-BT A YOUNG MAN, ROOM AND BOARD
in a private family, east of Lnloo Park and north of
Kandoloh-st,; terms must be moderate. Address £5,
Tribune office.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
a WONDER—THE CELEBRATED OYPS Y PALM-
A ist. She can be consulted st &6 Mil wank ee-av.; fso 8L
CIO SEE THE SEVENTH DAUGHTER, THE WON
r der of the world in telling the past, present, and
future, Satisfaction given or no pay ; caa bo seen Sua
davs also. Sn. IM North Cartf*-Bt., third door from ladi
ana-st. MRS. M. A. TEHHUNB.
Know thy destiny-madam London.
world-renowned English natural clairvoyant and
*<trolosist. gives never-falling information on all affairs
of life. No-148 South Hahted-st.
M’ ADAM MILSOM NATURAL CLAIRVOYANT.TO
ladies only. No. Harmon-court, between State
(t and Wabasbnav. •
RS. BUTT, NATURAL CLAIRVOYANT. TEST,
and bus luma medium, has removed to 69 West Had-
Ison-st.
OF PHYSICAL MANIFESTATIONS TO-
at 188 West Madlsoo-st-, Room A Admission 60
cent*. __
TBB QUEEN OP SPIRITS—THK GREAT TRANGB
basin*** medium. State
Miscellaneous-
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1 wtU giro free trial to all who will bring this notion to my
office. 169 East Madbon-st. Or. O. R. SYKKS. Open
week-days from Ba. m. till 7 p. m.. Sunday 3 till 4. By
mall, send lOcenta for full information. Cutthia out.
All persons afflicted with kidney or
bladder complaint, come and be cured tbs* woek free
of charge. The past week we cured two out of four cases.
Names of parties cured in city can be bad at residence
396 West Lake-st. T. F. HAY.
A YOUNG LADY, WRITING A GOOD HAND,
wishes ro obtain copying to be done at homo. Ad
dress L 77, Tribune office.
A RTISTS. AND AMATEURS. WHO WILL LEND
xv their assistance to the benefit concert in aid of the
Floating Hospital, will pleaan call, or sddro*s, North*
western Conservatory of Music. 243 Wabaah-ar. MRS,
M. L CUMMINGS, Principal.
A LADY OP REFINEMENT, ACCUSTOMED TO
traveling, would take entire charge of au invalid.
Address D "4, Tribune office.
A YOUNG MAN WISHES LESSONS IN BOXING
and athletic exercises. Address J 62, Tribnoe office.
A TRAVELING SALESMAN WISHES TO ADD
tome light articio to his samples to sell the trad*
throughout the State* In the stationary line. Address O
61, Tribune office.
Advertisers who desire to reach coun.
try readers can do so in tho be«t and cheapest manner
by using one or more sections of Kellogg's Grost News
paper Lists. Apply to A. N. KELLOGG. 79 Jackaon-st.
Ant one having a “knighttemplar jbw
el ” for sale cheap, rasy find a customer by sending
nrlce to H 10. Tribune office.
An interest in a fire INSURANCE AGENCY
toinactive party. Address 867, Tribune office.
All good cast-off clothing bought at
the highest price, by JONAS A. DRELS.MA. 3ST
South CUrk-st. Notice by mall promptly attended to.
A LL CASH PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTHING
A and miscellaneous goods of any kind by sending a lot*
ter to JONAS G ELDER. 528 State n.
DULLOCK PRESS WANTED-DIRHGT PALM
JJ er House.
■DKDBUGS AND COCKROACHES COMPLETELY
AJ exterminated by contract, warranted, or article sold
with fuliiastrucUans. ARTHUR OAKLEY, &o State-st.
T)DGS-iF YOUR ROOMS OR HOUSES H AVBBEdT
JJ bugs. cookroaobes,ormoth«. address A. JR COMAN.
U7O South Doarborn-tt.
TAOGS-1 HAVE TWO THOROUGHBRED NEW
found land paps 3 month* old, for sale. F. HAR
RINGTON, lltj Michigan-ay.
t?AMTLY WASHING AND IRONING IS DONE IN
X the Good Samaritan Laundry for 75 cents a dozen.
Address orders to Room 10, 171 and 173 East Raadolph-st.
GO SEE THE * * HKBOUS ” SOFT-CO AL FURNACE
in operation at A. M. SEABLB3'. 149 Lake-st.
TTEAKINO RESTORED! GREAT INVENTION!
mea - Add,oM
Highest price paid ln cash for old gold
and silver of any description laasars made!- OHI
CAGO REFINING COMPANx. 15* Fifth-a^
SPEND a FEW MONTHS IN COL-
Xorado I would do collecting or other business for Chica
go parties. Roieronco given. Address K 25, Tribune of
neo.
Ladies desirous of being taught mr. s. t.
Taylors system of dreaa-cuttinif and flltimr. bja
thoroughly competent teacher, will pleaae sand thirtr ad
art 1 ”-of can upon in. on or before the 23d Inst. OLM
STED A CO., A«ent*forS. X. Taylor, 50 and Q Kadi
aon-st., Chicago.
*C(
JONFIDENTIAL MESSAGES AND
smaH parcels d<?UT*re«l to al] part* of the citr for 3£o
lij & l iimi. s ,uti J ,lro S. Otlieo in Miller's Cheap Bookstore*
102 East Madisoa-st.
OXK OR MORE MECHANICS DESIROUS OF MAK-
I?g "????? wUldowoll to call at ASHBY A STEW
ai<T S, M&disou-»f.. West Side. Monday moralr* at
10 oclock. Carpcntgn specially desired.
PARTIES CAS lIAVK PICTURE OR ROOM
mowing farnwnca and put op for 7 cents dlt f'-nt by
dropping postal card. C. M. DTMXICK, 40 Unm-stT 7
Repairs fob mo\ es made in troy, al*
bany. Buffalo. CleroUti'l, St Louis. Quincy Oncln.
naff, etc., at SO3 Wejt Twolftb-tt umm
CCHWEU'EH'S COWEE AVD LUNCH HOUSE
kJ madison-st., near LaSalle. sign- Rfnthw
Coffre. Tea, Chocolate. Milk.
Omelets, Fried and .Scrambled Ema.
Bam and Enp, Pork and Hruu,
Gobi Beef. Veal, Tongue, Ham*
an* for oerrons or bilkms,
eonsnmpUrc cr dyspeptic DTraoua,
the whblownie, noarisalixa
Cracked Wheat!
the friend of tbo healthy and tbs patient.
AUo lllco and link. Mu«h and MUk.
Oatmeal Porrldce, Klee Marmalade, etc.
g AYE, MpXET~BT* GBTOXG vX'—
„ .--»rTIN’G YOUft BOOTS
~f patcaod o; tne Odrtcol Champion Pntchi*t, Itf Stale
st. Repairing a specialty. Tty a«. and be ooorfncud.
IFE-ANY PERSON HAVING A SMaLL-SIZ*
•are at a low price, wifi address B, Chicago p. O.J
STONE-CUTTERS— STRIKE IN CLEVELAND, 0.,
not settled. Keep away.
The great french discovert-how faml
lies can Uvo tojpjtber bapnllyr h- * either sox may
fascinate and fain tbo love and ajfocti.wi of any person
they choose. The oeJobrated French Pellets or Loro
Drops will be sent to any address for $ 1 per box with fell
direction. Addres* MAD AMR A. LxROT. P. O. BoP
288. Chicago, UK *
TO THE LADIES—ONE OF THB BEST ASI>
cheapest bair restoratives. 45c a plot; no tmmbtin. 1
have need it fr.r 3 year*. *rd fcaovr tSat it keeps the »cali>
clean and bair soft. Wfli send n-cipo. with fall direo>
lions, for £oc. Sira. L. K.. SI Cornella-et., Chicago.
rpO MANAGERS OF THE.
IATRES—A. LARGE AS
— nrtment of costcmps for (mriernooierarU!* for «*lt
cheap by calling soon at No. 50 Uuion-st., near Madison,
.»* adrertidnsr solicitor; liberal pax for same. Pleaae
address G 33, Tribune otSes.
\\7 ANTED—A GOOD S AFE; WILL GIVE A GOOD
V> trade. W. B. LANGLEY. 172 South Clark-si!
WANTED— A GOOD FAMILY TO TAKE A LIT.
tlo girl, 8 year* old, to bring up as tbelr own, or for
pay. as wo may agroe; of good family. Intelligent, aod
good-looking. Addroea A 31. Tribune office.
WANTED-A MODERATE INTEREST XN AN ES
tahlished manufacturing bo-iaess, byamlddh-ag-d
man of largo experience. Tbovery be*t references for.
nisbod. Want no fexporiments. L IS, Tribune office.
TV" ANTED—TO BUY—A BOARDINO-HOUSK: THE
If best of pay for a good boarding m» )nriyh.»-K*w«<i
Address C 45. Tribune office.
rir ANTED^PAINTERS TO SRR CALLOW'S GRATi,
» * ing plates, in operation at 176 West Madison-**. «t
8 o’clock every morning, and Monday evenings from 1 to 9.
W. S. DILLON. General Agent.
LICENSE. 333 WEST RAN-
TIT ANTED—TO ADOPT A LITTLE GIRL 13 OB 13
* v years old to eo In the country in a family of
man and wife. Aadrusa 305 Rash-st.
TV ANTED—A LITTLE GIRL TO ADOPT. FROM 3
* » to 4 years old. by parties In good circumstance who
have lost their children; most be ol very un«*xi'>)ptioaani4
parentage. Referonoos required. Address L all. Trihtms
office.
[VANTED-A GOOD WATCH-DOG: WILL PAY
tT $lO. Apply to-day (Sunday) at 1396 Pmlrh^av.
rrranted—fire-proop safe in exchange
f I for suburbia' property or secured paper- C J.
TAYLOR, Sal Wabasb-av., or 88 Madisoa-st.
"ANTED-TBUNK FOR CASH. CALL AT 839
Carroll-av.
TVaNTED-A money produclno scheme.
»» I wdl furnish the money if you w;!l furnLh the
brains. Address, with particulars, J $7, Tribune otSoa.
WANTKD-A MANUFACTURER TO OCCUPY A
* f loft 46x180 and ricam power, on Caaal-sl.: will rive
one year’s credit for rent, or take an Interest with tha
rights. DAVISON 4 WELCH, 1-U LaSalle-st.
WANT EO—UEH RBRSHIP IN CHICAGO BOARD
of Trade. Address, stating price, J 81, Tribune.
~\\r ANTED—AN EXOSLSIOR LAWN MOWER,SRC.
* r end-band; must bo in good order and cheap. Ad
dress D 69, Tribune office.
WANTED— -TO BUY OUT A BOARDING-HOUS3
where there are Bor 10 permanent boarders and •
long lease; those who do not want Co sell need not an
swer. Address F 25, Tribune office. '
WANTED-A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF MER
chandise worth $5,000 Co $3,1X0. E. L. CAN.
r iCLD, 57 LaSallo-st,
WANTICD-TIXE PARTIES TUATTOOKTUKBABY
for adoption from 1966 South Dear born -it. to rotnrn
It and save trouble.
\\T ANTED—A {HOME FOR A BOY 4 YEARS OLD
f" where there are no other children; country pre
ferred, Address D 49, Tribune office.
T\f ANTED-TO DO ALL KLNDS OF PAINTING OR
| * graioing; will take pare payment is coals, genu’
clothes, shoes, etc. Address H 5, Tribune offloe.
TTTANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO KNOW THAT
i v I do not furnish sny goods to agents; only the
“Agent#’ Guide.” 10 cents a year prepaid; nr>«hl?g free.
JAMES P. SCOTT. 69 Dearborn-si. _
twanted-i will pay cash for small
if stock of cigars and fixtures onWestSlde; moat bo goed
stead. F 9, Tribune office.
WANTED A FULL-BRED BLACK- AND-TAN
Tv dor- Small one preferred, A liberal pries will So
paid. Address F 88. Tpbnoe office.
WANTED-TO PUKCUA.se A SECOND-HAND
warer elevator, to raise from 1.000 to LSWlta.fora
store 30 feet in height (including basement). Bids to fur
nish a now one will also bo received. Price must b*» low.
If farther particulars are wanted, address WATER ELK
VATOR. U Metropolitan Block.
WANTKD-A RAT AND TAN SLUT, NOT TO
weigh over 8 lbs. Address Sri Calamct-av,
0,1 HOURS TO CURE ACUTE RHEUMATISM
aod lumbago. Testimonial*. 90 West Lak.»at.
BOOiAS.
A BARGAIN IX BOOK^ ALL OUR STOCK HAS
been marked down; it win nay you to drop hi sad sea
bow we are selling boos*, bend for gur catalogue. OKA
PIS’BROS., ItitMt Madisoq-gt.
Anew Webster’s dictionary, $3; good
second-hand one. 37; Haydya’s Dictionary of Date*,
and Smith's Classical Dictionary, both new. at 13.50
GILBERT. US booth Clsrk-st.
WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY. 85 PAID. GOOD
X 1 prices for good books. GILBERT'S. 155 Sopth
Clark-vt.
/"i OOD NOTE PAPER, 100 A QUIRE; S QUIRKS,
U 450; the very l»«t,l5c; 5 quires, 80c; envelopes, 5*
t h Cl«ri£lt DPC *' 40c;1 ’ lXl0 ' SLSO - OILBERT^
W ANTED—A.RESPONSIBLEBUILOERTO BUT!
Tv six brick bouses. Pay tw'vthirds cash; oso-tbl
real estate. Apply at Boom 26 Morrisonßlocll comer
Clark sad Madisonats.
W I ICON’S ANATOMY, WILSON_ON
of the shin. Seanzoal’s Dtwaves o« Females, Hooper's
Dictionary, Cooper's Surgical Dictionary, Fuwne's Caem-
Istre, Carpenter's Phriioltwy, United States Dispensatory,
and many other good medical works, ac an
count from regular prices. GILBERT'S, 16 Socth
Clsvk-st.
MEDICAL.
DB. J. B. 3f AtLHR, FRENCH hairffaf^x"/LV
sistaot of Dr. SUhel, the first oculist In Psiir bat
just arrived in this city. Be treats all eye ard ear*dis
eases and practloos the ope ration of the cataract and
others, and whole sight not entirely lost is maed the
destructive cause of whatever nature forever annihilated.
Office hours 9 toi2 and 3to 5, 196 Clark*!. Poor gratia.
MRS. C. THOMAS. M. D., LADIES* PHYSICIAN
id South Halsted-st. Patient* can obtain rooms
and treatment.
DIVORCES.
TYTVORCES LEGALLY OBTAINED FOR CAUSE.
Id T l,°a ; " d ° C ™ U Aaina P -
kIVOROSS-LHOALLY OBTAINED, HOT FRATTIw
" ulsutly. Fee ifisr deeree. Tea jssire* nruOMm
tooarta of Chicago. Address Pact-Otto* BoSmS/
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