bqyd, BOOM 7, ITS mam
lLß!iScb-93 and 95 South Jcffereon-st.. between
*2l2sl^odMonroe. 12-room dwelling,, andlote IS*
jijdL-on ■ jn very centre ot city.
BUJaSS^iore and lot tconter): splendidbnsloeas lo
bow for 536 per month; sl,cxndown;
dwelling and lot onTVeat
near Horne; this is cheap.
octagon-front brtes dwelling, and lot
n»rrtsoQ*6i.. near Horne.
3W 100,0n » rtcfc dwelling over, not] lot, east
between Thirty-eighth and TUlrty
ircoU ° u
store, dwelling orer.and lot on Hadl
wc#t of Western-ar.
»>«t Adams su. house cost 53.000 to
f&Jtara«l 2W. lot $3,000; will take 5G.200 for all;
fc s *. betwtea Wood andPaullna-sid.; no bet*
loll *TcitM>rhoo<: In city.
Vanßuren-st. Is as nice brown-stone front
C®,"fVr there is m the city: fine barn: house has
finish; lot 25x125: south one block from
e 2ssaS *v • I will sell It at $5,300: look inside of It.
AM AUTHOUIZED TO SELL THE
i*s,Sfndlar.a*aT., near TMrty*nlntn-st,
near Forty flftb-K.
HinSsiaie-sl.. near Fifty-fourth.
j^too maw j. jj. KOFF, 14 Beaper Block.
-rr^u^MICHTG AN-AV. LOTS:
K°tfife«re«tfront, near Twenty-slxth-st.
elft front, near Thlrtlcth-st,
JSjSconitroi Thin t s-»=coml ; si,, cut front.
l?Seut fronu nc^TUr^^W.^
corner of Indlana-ar. and Thlrty-flfth-st.
SSytoJOHN X*. OLINGER, 56 Washlngton-st.,
EwmT. . __
s=rrgT7rZoßEyCH A N G E
TrEouonlndisna and Pralrie-avs., at Forty-third
hlclfpa rk*land. Washington Heights,
on railroad In Michigan.
n««ef and lots, Chattanooga, Tcnn. #
grove* and nlantatlons in Louisiana.
IJJJt house and fine grounds In Patnesrlllc, 0.
iSother jjroS.. 173 Madlson-st..
Real estate, loans, and commissions.
tvjr’^ALE— BY J. H. KEELER. 163 CLARK-ST.
jjodiaaa-av., fine framehouse, 10 rooms, and lot.
°urS-ri«e,‘ near Lincoln Park, pood 2-story and
teirmrat brick bouse. 10 rooms. ouR $3,000.
iiiinllton-ar., near Adams-sL. pood 2-story and
JStnt brick house, to rooms $4,000.
near CaUforuia-av.. fine frame bouse, 9
sod 2 lots: o bargain.
fvTu SALE “CHEAP--TWO* STORT HOUSE ON
r Boifendl-tt.. between Wentworth and Portland
-iso, desirable lots on BurimeU and Twenty
famib-sU.. alto fronts on Wentworth-ar. aLEX. BU
o»rner. etc.. 155 LaSalle-fit.. Room 18.
WILL PURCHASE NEW MAR
ble-froot bouse, 65! West Adams-st, sno per
fool »in purchase 49feet, south front, on NVarrcn-av.,
aev F»ttlln«-«. Inquire of JOHN A. BARTLETT,
Koama id Washlngton-st-
fvm a bargain, irw feet by sm
r feet (Jeep,tn>ndug north on W est Slsteenth-su and
C B.AQ. K-K-, aouth on highieenrii-st.. nearCen
tre-av * good for manufacturing purposes: terms easy.
Addrea V 31, Tribune office.
OK 8ALB”120X150 FEET. NORTHEAST CORNER
nf North Laitile and Grant-sts.. at a bargain; send
forprice. Address FJM. 657NouhClark-sL
F‘ BCALE-ATXSACRIFICE, 50 feet ON MICH-
Ina-av., between Fortieth and Forty-first sts.;
wc*t front; Bate an offer. Address D 3, Tribune office.
T^oirSALE-iT VALU ABLE RESIDENCE LOT ON
f sire, 60x100. J. H, GILBERT, 70
LaSalle-fit. _ .
TXm SALE—CHEAP—TWO-STORY AND CELLAR
X octagon stone frost houses on Wilcox-«t.; also
brick bouses on Moaroe-su, west of Caiupbell-av.:
iota on Bonroe-fet.. cheap. Call or ■ address
y j ElCflf lCßFlfth-av.. Room 8. <
TXm SALE—OB EXCHANGE—’TWO-STORY STORE
X drcifing and lot; clear. 743 West Twenty-sec-
rv)H BALE-TO BUILDERS—HAVE TWO LOTS ON
X kltdlwn-tf.; good location; want to sell one and
join in bonding immediately. LEONARD, 993 Mad
isoa-it. . '
IV)R SALE—I HAVE SOME VERY DESIRABLE
' mi estate for sale, both residence and business. at
Emlc prices. A. M. TRUESDELL & CO., 188 Dear
170 U SALK— VERY CHOICE AND CHEAP-WAR
* res**v.. east of Paulina-fit., fine 30-foot lot south
front, only sllo perfoot;Ogdcn-av..ncarJackson-st.,
25 or 50feet, fronting two street*.—make an offer;
S!*tll«m-tt., corner of Honore, store, pood invest
ment: Mad Hon-st.. bouse and lot, 25x125, only $2,500.
We can give parties having Fidelity bank books good
bargains and use-books. 1L OSBORN & SON, 123 La
FU SALE-PLEASANT 8-ROOM COTTAGE ON
Twmy-nlDih-*t.. near Wabash-av., in good
order, $40o; nays 20 per cent- E. C. WARE, 12
PR BALE-NORTH SIDE RESIDENCE—LARGE
brick house, with brick barn, spacious grounds,
ibade trees, etc.. clo»e to lake shore, cheap, and on
tuj terms, or part exchange. C. B. SAWYER, 94
LaSafie-n.. Room 39.
POP, SALE-218 FEET ON INDIANA AND 218 ON
X JTairie-avs., with house of 9 rooms and barn, be-
Iweea Fifty-first and Fifty-sccond-sts,, close to South
Park and Isdiana-av. horse cars. Apply on the prem
ises, or to IV. MORRILL, 124 Dearborn-fit,. Room 6.
IXm SALE—SOUIHWEST CORNER OF LAKE
. and Raleted-sis.,being 50 feet on Lake and UK) feet
callalsted; buildings ail rented. Aoplv to W. MUR
- RiLL. 124 De*rix>rn-su. Roomc.
FR BALE-HOUSKS AND LOTS IN CITY CHEAP
for cash, from $2,000 to $7,000 each. CHANDLER
A CO.. 202 LaSalle-fit.
FK SALE-A TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT
brick house on Mlcblgan-av., near Slxtccnth-st.,
»ith good 2-story brick barn; bouse has all modem ini
pwreencow and conveniences; §O,OOO cash. S. U.
KEBFOOT * CD.. 91 Dcarborn-eC
TTOR SALE-THREE LOTS CORNER FIFTIETH
X and Buttcrfleld-sie.; must sell; might trade; cot
tage 183 Ucbecca-st,, at a sacrifice. Non-resident, 70
F)B SAI.E-SO.ME SPLENDID SOUTH BRANCH
dock property; might trade part, or will lease ions
lennof years at low rental; charge nothing till spring;
a great bargain. GARNETT & THOMASSON, 176
Dear&ora-gc.; no stairs to climb.
FHi SALE-AT A BARGAIN—AN IMPROVED
comer on Madlson-st.. a single lot. and rents for 10
per cent net. POTWiN & CuBBY. 92 Washington-fit.
Fir sale-house and lot on wabash-av.,
ncarThlrty-flm-st.; make us an offer; bound to
fieffU. POTVi IN & CORBY. 93 WashtDgton-st.
For sale-at great bargain-nice io
room octacou-front brick. 416 South uaklcy-st.,
two block from two lines of horse cam. R. U. ROW
LAND. 26 Metropolitan Block.
pOH SALE—S3O PER FOOT—IT DOES SEEM LIKE
jl property on Indlann-av., between Forty-second and
Forry-ihird-ste., where street-cars pass In from, and
hanosomc trees and shrubbery are growing beautiful,
ought to bring S3O per foot; will sell 200 or 800 feet:
pen with money should look at this property before
haying. T. B. liOYD. Room?. 179 Madlson-st.
r ... Si/HL’RBX\ IS£I6JIj.SSTATfi ___
FOR SALI2—rHEREBY INVITE CORRESPOND
cnce from any once looking for an investment In one
of the most desirable homes in Cook County. Because of
tbe Inability of the owner to carry It lunger It must be
•old for what It will bring, an J probably SB,OOO to SI l, •
ÜB. according to amount of land taken, will buy it.
p&r; of which can remain on Interest. Address Bos
27, Englewood. ■
FKSALE-SIOO WILL CUV A BEAUTIFUL LOT
one block from depot, at Lagrange, 7 miles from
Chicago: §is down and $5 monthly; cheapest property
lanarkes. and shown free; abstract free; railroad fare
Mean. IRA BROWN. 142 LaSallc-su. Room 4.
P SMJ.-OU KEST-KIXE IS-BUOM HOUSE
Jnßinifialc; large grounds, barn, fruit trees, etc.
JjJWM apply to F. S. WENTWORTH, Hln*-
Foe sale-several choice evansto.v
rts.fiencefi.at prices ranging from $3,000 to $20,000.
•'-G. Hamilton, woMadison-at.
F)UBALE-THE ••DOSS’' SIOO LOTS AT CLYDE;
take tbe shine off all the other §too lots In the mar
ket; no snide about them; only miles out; adjacent
to depot; positively the l*est Investment for ftnall sav
igg»; shown free. D. W. STORKS, 94 Waglmigum-fit.
FOU CASH oTP oN TIME—
An elerant suburban lot at Knglewiod. on Fifty
hffith and Unlon-Kts. Address A BC, 133 Twenty-scc
For sale-oi: exchange-six five-acre
blocks northwest of limits. Incumbered, separate
ij or In blocks, at bargain. 63 Wells-st.
pOR SALE-FOUR ACRES NEAR STATION. $1,000;
x cottages and lots. S6OO and SBOO, monthly pay-
PCnta. EUMUNDG. STILES. U 3 Madison-st., Itoom 7.
Poi; SALE-iai i-ek' Acn?;-suo-.vcuE fai:m.
all uaccr fence and cultivation, miles from
wurWlouieln Chicago; coot! hounfci. barns, fences,
11 you want sioeU there Is plenty on the farm,
ini* is cerramij- cheap enough.
down—here is jOO-acrc farm near
napot in tvoodbury County. Iowa; j(w acres under
irV? * a “ Mow■; cood new frame dwelling, 7 room*,
•nuu llrsi-cla&a land; no belter land In lowa. Call
sWsecil. t. JJ. JWYD,
Ji Room 7. 179 Madißun-st.
JOB SALE—TO STOCK
rr "H)ne-jiaif Inirrot In a farm In Missouri. situated
*Qree mile* from & railroad. The farm consist* of 2.sLmj
acres. 400 acres fcuct-d and improved, the balance pas
ture and timber land, with ruunfojr water. It is well
s ocked with shorthorn cattle, graded stock, nor-es
- j i°P** A poni mail wanted to purchase an Interest
•to tajic the management of the business. There la a
CnojUiouic with 8 rouins. larirc barn and sheds. Ice and
ailk house. Address “STOCK UAISEIi/' at the Trib
FORStLE-iM ACRES. ONE MILE FROM Maß
shall town. Iowa: finely Improved; price, SIOO per
•W; good buildings and frnlt; would take a residence
*®«fy;Jj«laacc on time and casb._E 48,
pOK EXCIIANGE—THE BEST "LOCAT
* m a)-acre fruit farm In Michigan; high ground.
*2*l slopes to lake; 1.500 peach trees. 7 years old; also
parts and blackberries; UK»k $1,300 from place last
Jtar; good croj* this; small house; take part trade;
Di uucc on lime. Address Box 107. St. Joseph, Mich.
i?OU SALK-A BEAUTIFUL FRUIT FARM AND
A summer retreat; worth $12,000; will sell for half
‘pat,for spot cosh. Addrcas r.-o. Box IC6. Benton
Ratuor. illch. •
FIR SALE—OR EXCHANGE—FARM UF 640
seres, for stock-raising: as good as can be obtained;
Mveaty miles from Chicago, In Indiana; bouse, sheds.
Jladmlll pump; also store, goods, house, lumber tw.a
Jam. hay press, scales, home; A No. 1; call and see;
want clear Cutcago property. M. X, LORD, 151 Ran-
F'R SALE-A FARM OF 160 ACRES OF LAND
«o Hancock County, la., or will trade for Kansas
ttM or city property. Apply to THOMAS K. JOB
-I>AN, art West FoJk-su
Fn SALE—IK VILLAGE OP SHELL BOCK, IA.
<oa li., c. R, £M. i- ID. good two-sfory wn
•nalot allow price, or will mule for hardware. J. 1).
shell Hock, la, ■ '
POR 6ALE-BY ,f.'n. KEELER. JG3 CLABK-ST.;
%, ■*o**cre fans, u miles nonbvftt of city,
80*acre farm In rmaskl County. lad., near county
*****wlih all crops. Mock, and tools, for clear house
*ad lot in West Dlrielan. .
400-acre farm. Kauc county. I1L; all good land; near
*«uon; only per acre for cash. _________
pO B SAL E—CIIE J>- 90 «Xc R E FARM, 13 JULES
jj , from Chicago and 2V4 miles from Washington
aelghtt Perot. on straight road. £ 67, Tribune office.
POK&ALE—IO ACRES BEAUTIFULLT LOCATED.
n» *crcs timber, loam soil, etc., near Jerseyviile,
Hh.Ci.AA. U. II.; *360 will buy It, 525 down and $5
monthiy. a bargain lor one wishing to start a small
Una * owner, 31* Lea viu-st.
WCOOLO SELL FOR ALL CASR.A
i? Rood neighborhood, worth from
inrt iJ. 52 J* owners who wish to sell would call
Borl t burcrs * *•*
WwSKSri 1 GOOITSTOCK FARM OP ABOUT
U l £i5 I 'S'ga&f a “° ( «.h.
vSt^ f a£g«gS
T »° A NICE BRICK HOUSE.IN
lnVn a^fi2!5 B f. l i > ? al!on ’^ rot ? h aUont $5,000, and pay
or tag jsa.^as?jsgfe B . A * w w ” ub
A NO. I MEATS AT THE LOWEST* - PRICES~TX
*be city at the Twelfth-si. packing-house, na.
.21, Mdi23EMtTwcmh- 5t ., W€KOtime“ *■
A No. X roast beef at 3 cents and 9 cents.
v2* \ B°rterhonw! steak at u cents.
A No. l sirloin st«aK at Jo cents
Vv2* \ ®?w*e*fcccf «S cents. 6 cents, and 7 cents.
a every kind In proportion.
A No. I customers save money by buying here.
A LADY DESIROUS OP GOING ROUND
or nnrfv if!nn/n° Dj!] , ,Jtc . to accompany b family
>< ? ang PeoWe-ftDlmr to Buffalo and return.
References given. Address D 5, Tribune office.
A SStfffrtiiiYKi HA^ lXe i. A COZT HOME DE-
Shi t iL e «^L lc 5 dsh l p of , 8 Hterary gentleman to
AOdSi office? otlierwlßo
Ti E Ji?,Hi9 C °CKROACHES. MOTHS, AND OTHER
am«n»fiSi D f^ terzn n . a ? ed b f contract (warranted!; ex
“Staglon-Jt.’ ‘°‘ d - UAKLEY - 1 83 E “t
CIAL NEWMAN **AT HOME” TO-DAY DAIT
_/_Cottage 1 first ton-gate on Green Day rual
n A PV9^— I WILL KOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
V, any debts contracted by Mrs. W. U. Loomis, alias
JACKSO\ W * Jackaoli * 111,84 * ora Loomis, W. W.
1470 SOUTH" DEAR
vy oom-st., still guarantees to kill cockroaches or no
money required. Address postal and he will call and
HAS ANYONE A LOW BUGGY UR PHAETON TO
rent for a nominal sum. to drive out with an In
vatiu three or four times per .week, one hour, about 6
p. m. ? Address or call at isfr Wubash-av.
T ADTES* FORMS FULLY DEVELOPED IN POUR
a '? c F ß . ; superfluous hair permanently removed
without Injury to the skin: freckles, moles, motn
patches, eruptions successfully treated; gray hair re
stored to Us Original color: hair blended; baldness re
lieved. A lady wishing toricarn a very profitable busl-
J.tl** requiring small capital call or address MRS.
BLANK, 253 M est Madlson-st.. third floor.
f BTTEItS. CIRCULARS, POSTALS. F.TC., WRlT
ten with the electric pen; 5.000 copies from one
.£• U . L i? 1103 cheaper than printing. Address
ELECTRIC, Tribune odiqe.
TITAMIK STEVENS AND HUSBAND - CARD
photos raphs for sale. WHITING’S Studio. 822
PLACEIi AND GULCH MINING-I WOULD LIKE
to show one or two parties Interested in mining
or raining machinery, a machine for separating free
gold from Its surroundings, as well as to concentrate
quartz (crushed), without the use of water. It is slm-
Pie, and cheap. K 33, Tribune office.
COMETiIING. NEW. NOVEL. AND BEAUTIFUL,
O Agents with a small amount of money can make
from $5 to sloa day. sisstate-at.
'PRAVELING SALESMEN THROUGH THE NORTH-
J west may, in addition, secure our samples on com
mission: ary goods, clothing, and notion men pre
ferred. Pari* Kid Glove Depot, 91 Staic-st.
T]TAHMIN£S-I SIIALL RETURN TO UTAH IN A
U few days, where 1 have been engaged in mining the
past seven years, and offer my services to examine per
sonally and give reliable reporta on mines and title, or
have the yearly assessment done required by law to
hold claims. References; li. F. Karnes, Commercial
National Bank: Philip Wadsworth. 208 Market-st.;
F. L. Cayurn & Sons, bankers, Joliet. LUCIAN P.
SANGER, Brevoort House, Chicago.
WANTED-A WELL TO RE DUG A BOUT 30 FEET
to rock, and about 20 through rock; want to let
job by the foot. Apply at the Northwestern Tannery,
at the terminus of Archer-av. street-cars.
txyANTEn-INFOUMATION OF A SCOTCHMAN
■ » named Andrew Kerr, who waa a muttnn-pio ba
ker at IST. West Harrlson-st.. Chicago. In 1545). Any
person knowing of his present address or of nU death
will confer a favor to his wife by addressing JAMES F.
QUICK, 232 West Tenth-fit., New York City. Western
papers please notice.
WANTED-A RESPECTABLE FAMILY TO
adopt a female child two weeks old. The mother
died one week ago and leu the father with a young
family of four children. The father will give an unre
served right. Address A. P. SODKRLING. 23 Tcmolc.
WANTED-LADT ROOM-MATE; REFERENCES.
Call at 513 Wabash-ar.
ANTED—A.N INTEIIKST IN A PROFITABLE
business In exchange for valuable city real estate.
Address H 49, Tribune office.
WANTED-TWO pJOUT BOYS ACCUSTOMED TO
m work. 15 South Canal-st„ third floor.
WANTED— TO PURCHASE SOME THEATRICAL
wardrobe; must be legitimate. Address £7,
\\T ANTED—A CHILD BY A HEALTHY YOUNG
> > wife who lias lost her twins last week; liberal
terms. Inquire at 222 Clybourn-av.. iolrear.
TTTANTED - A SMALL PLATFORM-SCALE.
>V State size and price. Must be abargan for cash.
Call or address WILSON, plumber, 119 Twenty-sec
WANTED— SECOND-HAND TELEGRAPH SOUND
cr and key for learner: must be cheap. Address,
giving price and where to be seen. F 93, Tribune.
ANTED—A GOOD SOLI->LHATHEU~fR UNK;
must be cheap. Address, stating size and price,
E 71, Tribune office.
WANTED-A SECOND-HAND DENTAL-ENGINE
of S. S. White make or Morisou’a old-style. Ad
dress or call at the office of Dr. J. S. MARSH, 242 Wa
WANTED— AN ELECTRIC PEN. ONE OF EDI
- Improved; must be in good order. Address,
giving price. T 53, Tribune office.
TXT"ANTED—FIRST-CLASS GOODS, NOVELTIES,
M or staples to sell on commission by a live travel
ing salesman, who pays his own expenses: can furnish
references: none but reliable party need reply. Ad
dress E 8, Tribune office.
W ANTED—SALOON FIXTURES, WITH UR WITH
out pool-table. Address P. FA-LLAUEE, 20
TXT HEN YOU WANT YOUR OUTHOUSES AND
»» catch-basins cleaned send postal-card to .IOSEPII
WOODVTLLK & Co., 728 Wes: Lake-st. Work done
satisfactorily, and cheaper than any other firm lu the
WANTED-A GOOD SCOTCH TERRIER-MUST
be cheap, clean, and a good rat-catcher. State
price, and address D 78, Tribune office.
WANTED —SOME WOOD CUTS MADE- AND
prlutlngdoue; will pay with a piano, organ, ora
first-class sewing machine. Address il 38. Tribune.
C*V/ WT—A RARE CHANCE TO LEARN A PLEAS
•'iUOant and protitable trade. la fruiiKKUoflOdayi!,
and nave Irom four to live years’ time. Address D 70.
PARTNER WANTEDyWITH $3,000 OR $4,000
ready cosh lu an cßfubUshcd wholesale millinery
house. Address, with full name and references, D7l.
PARTNER WANTED—GENTLEMAN WITH SO,OOO
to take partnership interest la and manage St.
Louts branch of our business (manufacturing staple
specialty for grocery trade; profits 200 percent whole
sale): thorough Investigation will convince nny one
that£33,ouo and upwards per year can safely be guar
anteed; references required. 12 South Clark-st., sec
P‘ ARTNEU WANTED—WITH 55.0C0, IN OPENING
a hardware bushit-ss in Kansas, where money can
be ranldiy made. Address C. T. BURDICK. Drawer
SO, Galena, Hi.
PARTNER WANTED—EITHER SILENT OR ACT
ive, to buy a first-class drug stoic; caah required.
$3,009. Call at 525 West Twelfth-bt., o. ALPEUS, or
917 South Clark-st.
Partner wanted-with skuooto $20,000 in
wholesale com:nl. < *fiion business: goods sold to Job
bersonly. Address E 47, Tribune office.
Partner wanted—(a cook preferred) in
a well located coffce-hoijse; small capital required.
Lady Washington Coffee-House. Mouroe and CUrk-sts.
glen business South, buying for Ea&tern spinners
and European account; references exchanged; some
capital required. Address D fib. Tribune office.
Partner wan ikd-avitii sir.u to §250 to
travel through the West and Suuth and establish
agents for one of the best selling articles in the market.
Call Monday afternoon or address JJ. l(X> Jackson-st
coruer JelTcvoon. .
T)AUTNEU WANTED-A PARTY WITH §2,000 OR
X more to Join » practical confectioner In a wnoic
sale candy business. Address D-Hi. Tribune office.
FMiTNEB WANTED—A GENTLEMAN' TO As
sume the business management of a popular week
ly parcr; vrouid be expected 10 take a part Interest.
Address H Tribune othce.
PARTNER WANTED—GOOD FINANCIAL PaRTt
aer with a few thousand dollars, 10 keep books.etc.,
la legitimate business well cstabllftned. _E 54. Tribune.
1 7ABT-VEB WAN TEH —S 700 CASH FOB HALF IN-
J tcrest In a portion of my business; an honest young
man will find this a flue chance. Address E 65, Trlbuuc
PARTNER WANTED—"WITH MONET TO EXTEND
1 tlic sale of an article which Isa positive necessity in
every household;* a better chance for Investment per
has never existed; thorough investigation desired. E
7y, Tribune office.
\RTS'ER WANTED—WITH 53.000 IN AN OFFICE
business: good office man with references and capi
tal will find an unusual opportunity- E7J. Tribune.
TJaTt FS W ANTED -WIT 11 FROM SH.Oft) TO
JL SIC.OUO. to join an experienced
In the West; references exchanged. _ E Ij. Tribune.
\RTNER WANTED—GOOD BUSINESS MAN
with capital In grain commission business; well es
tablished. Address H 2-1, Tribune office.
I>AHTSEU WANTEI>-Wif il SMALL CAPITAL TO
X take one-half Interest In A I na»Tng business,
profits very large. Address I) 48, Tribune office,
iVaRI'NEU WANTED—IN MANUFACTURING
1 business, who has from SIOO to SI,OOO casu: busi
ness established; slate how much cash. 11 16, Jlriimnc.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH ABOUT $5,030, IN
an old established and reputable first-class vinegar
factory. In good running order, with a capacity of near
ly fifty barrels per day. object. Increasing facilities
for the manufacture of jtrape. sugtw, or euro vinegar
on a larcer scale. Address fc 30, Tribune office.
PARTNER WANTED—WITH S2OO CAPITAL, IN
a cash market; good location; Most bide; practical
butcher preferred- Address L 70. Tribunc
FOiT^aLE— LVTIIeL 6W FOOT BED. SCh— AM)
rod fecJ. in SUS owlw. mtU complete set of nan
aad ft inch chuck, for $l3O. To be deeaat l»oom 9, 13
South Caaal-fit. _
l?OR SALE—OXE 6 AND ONE 8 HORSE-POWER
Jl threshlnc cosine, second-hand, nearly saecmJ as
new; also new ones. Anci Iron Works, 14 South
nrANTED—FOU CASH—A GOOD 40-HOlv^
Wi pine and boiler but little used and.la pood repair;
ajfo mHI-pcarlup and two run of stone. Address TsO,
▼-i TINTED—A GOOD SECOND HAND ENGINE-
W lathe from 1C w2O Id. swing, with.ihort
Address or call at Chicago Chain W orks, 100 East ladl*
rTTASTBO-OSB SECOXD-HASD ESOi.no ...
\ > boiler from «to 10 howe-j-ower; also one crusher.
Address i£ 75, Tribune ofiicc.
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: SUNDAY. JULY 28, 1878— SIXTEEN PAGES,
rpo REXT—77 NORTH OAKLEi'-ST., BRICK, 8
first-class, with large yard and
865 West Adams, cottage. $25,
230 Marshfleld-ar., modem Improvements, S3O.
828 West Washlagton-st.. sls.
rpo BENT-526 AD AM S-ST.—TEN-BOOM UODSE,
X a]] conveniences, large lot, good %rn; nil 18 fine
order. SPEAR & DRIVER, ll6XaSalle-gt._
rpO RENT-FRAME HOUSE AND BARN, NO. 577
L West Adams-st.; furnace, bath, hot water; In per
fect order; rent $35 per menth. WALTER MAT
TOCKS. 40 Dearborn-st. '
rpo RENT-348 AND 350 MARSHFIELD-AV.. BY
-L W. U. LOOMIS, 87 Fifth-av. ____
TO KENT-SO. 867 JACKSON-ST., 822 ASD 82*
Adams-st., 26 and 28 Pratt-place, and 732 Con
gresvsc., •with other good residences onWett aide.
DUKSTAN & CO.. Koom 16, 150 Dearborn-st.
rIX) UENT-i-620 WEST CONGRESS-ST.. $27.50.
1. Nine-room octagon front. 636 West Conprees-n.,
$27.50. 24 y Htrmlia^e-av.. S3O. All in tlret-claas
repair. PATTERSON & HAWKINS. 06 Washington-
rpo BENT-7-ROOM COTTAGE *B6 WOOD-ST.,
X near iladUon. newly nalntcd. Anplv to LEAKY.
Fidelity Depository, from 11 to 12 o'clock.
rpO RENT-NEW MARBLE-FRONT DWELLING
X corner Van Buren and Aberdecn-sta.; 10 rooms.
S4O; also 26 and 28 Kagle-st,, s and 4 rooms, S 7 and SB,
rpo RENT—SO NORTH PEORIA-ST.-12-ROOM
X brick basement bouse, newly painted and calcl
mlned, between Lake and Fulton: will rent cheap to.
good tenants; would suit for two families. Door will
be open from 4 till 6 Sunday; go and see It. T. B.
BOYD. Room 7, 179 Madlson-su _
TO KENT-SPLENDID LARGE HOUSE 288 WEST
Washlngton-st.; also, beautiful rooms, large or
small. Inquire at 254 West Washlngton-st. MAC
rro RENT— THE TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT
X swell-front brick. No. 77 Oaklcy-ar., two squares
north from Lake-at. cars; in rooms, pantries, closeta,
bath, and water-closet: newly painted throughout.
Price low to responsible tenant. FRED S. KUET
&INGER, at Chicago Bakery Co., 196 South Clark-st.
TO RENT-THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT
brick bouses 228 Monroc-st- and 17Loornls-st.; low
rent to good tenant. FUSS BROS.. 43 South Clark-st.
rpo RENT—SIS—2sT WALNUT-ST.. NEAR LEAV-
X lit, six-room cottage, water-closet, sewer, etc..
Apply at Room 63,1)7 Clark-st-. between 12 and i, or
1006 Van Burcn-st, after? p. m.
rpo RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE CHEAP. AS
X parties are going out of city, suitable for boarding
or renting rooms; West Side. Address D 66. Tribune.
riXJRENT—SI2PER MONTH—3-STORY BRICK
X house 39 Harvarrf-flt.: sl2, 3-rtory brick 17 Greu
shnw-Bt.; sl2. 3-story brick 490 Westcru-av.; $lO,
store43s Western-av.; $7, 6 large rooms over same,
inquire at 385 Wcstcrn-av.
RENT—OR FOR SALE—<HS WEST ADAM3-ST.,
. 8-ruom house; has Datb-room. laundry, billiard
room, and cellar, furnace and gas fixtures. A. J.
MALOY, 121 LoSalle-st.
t|X) KENT—AT UNION PARK—THE TWO-STORY
X and basement 10-room brick 29 St. John’s-placo;
all modem conveniences. C.T.UOTCUKISS, 221 West
TO RENT—FIRST-CLASS LARGE T-WO-STORY
residence, with beautiful grounds, corner Centre
av. and Adams-at.: also 3-au>ry and basement residence
No. 149 Asbland-av., near Monroo-su •
rno KENT—U SOUTH SHELDON-ST., 11-BOOM
X bricir, cheap.
01 Jackson-si.. 10-room flame, S2O. _
F. C. VIEKLING. Itoom 5, 114 Dearbom-et.
rpO KENT—COTTAGE, 177 WALNUT-ST.. CHEAP.
X Apply at 156 Washington-fit., Room 35
fpO RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE ON WEST MON-
X roe-fit. Address F 53, Tribune office.
X 23 Sixteenth-fit., brick, 7 rooms, 93d
467 Mlchtgna-ar., S4O.
S 3 Fore*t-av.. with barn, 545,
475 Vernon-av., $35.
481 Vernou-ar.. furnished, SSO.
And other houses.
PATTERSON * HAWKINS.
rpO RENT—2-STORY AND BASEMENT HOUSE
X 265 Lake-av.; modern Improvements. Inquire at
house, 0r36 Dearborn-st., between 1 and 2 o’clock.
f|>o BENT—FRAME HOUSE NO. 030 MICHIGAN-
X av.; gas, furnace, hot water, and bath: In perfect
order: s3o per month. WALTER MATTOCKS. No. 40
TO RENT—MARBLE FRONT, 240 GROVEL AND
Park-av., between Thirtieth and Thlrty-first-sts.:
all complete; low rent; steam and horse cars. Call at
rPO RENT-468 MICHIGAN-AV., 3-STORY BRICK,
X 12 rooms; modern, and In flm-ctaas order. A. D.
HYDE, 126 D car L»ora_-st.,_l loom 10.
rpo RENT—II 27 PRAIRIE-A V.. 10-ROOM HOUSE,
X with all modern improvement*. B. W. THOMAS
& CO., 132 Lasolle-st.
'PO KENT—THE S-STOKY AND BASEMENT
X house 752 Mlchigan-av., In good repair, at low
rent. FARRINGTON & HACKNEY. 105 Washington.
'PO RENT—S6B MICH IG AN • A V.. NEAR SIX-
X teensb-st., partly furnished or unfurnished. mar
ble-front, J 5 rooms. Apply at house from 9to 4.
nPO RENT—ONLY $75 PER iIONTH, FROM SEP-
X tembcrtoMay, house of 12 rooms, completely fur
nished. north of Twenty-sixth-st. Address D 37, Trib
fPO RENT—A FURNISHED HOUSE ON LAKE-AV.
X for board of owners. D. IL CRANE, 231 East
ri'O RENT—S2O. 2-STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK
L 22 Thlrtv-elghth-st.: also. 10-rck»m house at Hyde
Park, $lO. MILES ALMY, 72 Washlngton-st.
TO "RENT—HOUSE AND LOT ON EGANDALE
av., between Forty-third and Forty-founh-sts.,
one block cast of Drexel bouierard. Inquire of C. J. L.
MEYER. 288 South Water-si.
rpO RENT—A NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE. 8
X rooms, on Michlgan-av., north of Fourteenth-si.
r pO RENT—A FIRST-CLASS MODERN IMPROVED
X house fronting the parte, corner Urcxei-boulevard
and Forty-flrst-st.; will rent for S2B to good party.
Two data on Stato-st., 5 rooms each, with water,
for $7 each. Apply at 208 South Clark-fit. 11. REIN
TO RENT-570 DIVISION-ST., A SPLENDID 12-
room brick, with all Improvements and In good
331 Dayrou-st.. flat of five rooms. §B.
Flats In building corner of llanuuund and Menom*
Inec-sts. F. C. ViERLING, Room 5. 11l Dearborn-sr.
rUO RENT—THE DESIRABLE TWO-STORY AND
X basement marble-trout house No. 208 Eric-at,,
newly painted and calcfmlned throughout. WALTER
rpO RENT—7-ROOM BRICK, ON BELDEN-AV.,
X near Park, or will rent In fiats. PORTER, 14
rpo UENT-221 DEARBORN-AY., MARBLE-FRONT
X house, 3-atory and basement; all modern conven
iences. WAI. 0. DU W, 8 Tribune Building.
tpo RENT-1151 WABASH-AV., THREE-STORY
X and basement marble-front $45
10 Kldrldgc-court, 3 story and basement dwelling. 43
876 Wahasn-av.. oleganl three-story and basement
brown-stone front In excellent repair
25 St. Jolm’s-piace, two-story and basement brick,
572 West Lake-st-, i wo-story and basement marble
front a 40
603 West Jacksou-st.. two-atory and basement
West Van Bureu-at., near Centre-av.. two houses., 3U
480 North LaSallc-st., 3-story and basement brick.. 40
353 Calumet-nv., two-story frame 13
Al*oalargc list of other houses in nil parts of the
City. Inquire of GEO. G. NEWBURY,
Rooms 8 and D Bryan Block.
rpO RENT—A lIAND3OMELT-FUKXISHF.D HOUSE
X In desirable location, surrounded by fine grounds,
witlilu IHe miles of City-Hall: only to responsible
private family. S. M, MILLARD, 84 LasaJlc-sc.,
N) RENT-A NICE BRICK HOUSK.GOOD ORDER.
X choice location, only $18; also the most elegant
fiats lu the city; every convenience; location unsur
passed; cheap, E. 8, HEATON A CO., 87 f lflh-av.
rpO RENT-FIRST-CLASS HOUSES. WELL LO-
X cated: unfurnished suites of rooms for housekeep
ing. FARRINU ION & HACKNEY. 105 Washlugton-st.
tpo RENT—I 62 FOREST-AV.
1 $39; marble-fronts, octagons, brick, and wood.and
flat* sl2 to S2O on South and West Side. M. N. LOUD.
'fO RENT-COTTAGE WITH CARPETS NOW ON
X floors; barn In the rear: at Kenwood: fire minutes’
walk from depot. Rent §ls per month to reliable par
ties. inquire at Room 11, Honorc Block.
tpORENT—THECHOICEST HOUSE WHICH CAN
X be rented in Evanston. All modern Improvements.
BEVERIDGE 6: DEWEY, 50 Dcnrborn-st,
VO REIYT— KOOiTIS,
rPO BENT—HANDSOMELY-FURNISHED SUITE
X of rooms with or without board to gentleman and
wife or single gents; private family. 61 South, Eliza
fpo REST - VERY PLEASANT FURNISHED
X room*. with or without board; references; could
accommodate one or two day boarders. 17 Laflin>tfi.
rrd ROOMS. WELL TAKEN
X care of, only Si per week, at 208 West Luke-st. J.
rpo RENT—A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
X room, suitable for gentleman and wife, or two
single cents, in a private house, one block from street
cats, West Side. Address H 43, Tribune office.
rpO KENT—4OB WEST WASHINOTON‘ST.-UNB
X handsomely furnished front suite of alcove rooms
and parlor tloor rooms; moderate terms.
rpO RENT—TWO W ELL FUI INIS UE D ROCE
1 octagon front bouse near Union i*ark.
1X47, Tribune office.
TO RENT-THREE ROOMS FURNISHED FOR
housekeeping, second floor front, $lO a month,
rpO KENT—24 BISHOP-COURT VERY HANDSOME
X furulsbed or unfurnished rooms; all modern con
'p6“ RENT-FURNISHED CHaMBER; HOT AND
X cold water. l4Throop-st., third house north of
rpo KENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRONT SUITE
X with private family; house bos all modern conven
iences; location first-class. 41 Sceky-av.
X with ad modem Improvements, for one or two gen
tlemen, at 436 West WaaUtngton-tt., west of Ado.
rpO RENT-CHEAP, A SUITE OF ROOMS. WITH
X ail improvements, use of kitchen, laundry, Ac., at
40 Latlin-st., one block from MauUon. Also a single
mom for a gentleman. ;
r|M> RENT-FIVE BOOMS AND FOUR CLOSETS
X at 349 Qubb&rd-st.
rjH> REXT—SUITE OF FRONT ROOMS FURNZfiH-
X ed for light housekeeping; also a suite of rooms on
parlor floor. Apply at 1M and 133 West Monroe-su
rro’ RENT-PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE SINGLE
X room, well furnished; all conveniences; one per
son. 41 south Carpenter-at.. near Washington.
rno KENT—3OS WESTJACKSON* ST. -F PUNISHED
X parlor and rooms tor light housekeeping.
r|*o BENT-PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM WITH
X all modem Improvements; private family* Slh
rpb RENT-A SUITE OF FRONT BOOMS-FUR*
X nUbed—aultable for two or three centa, Also one
ualurnUhed room. Apply 213 West iladison-st., first
: boor, up-stalrs.
Hat of tour rooms, $7.
rro RENT—43 ELIZABETH-ST. -F0 RNISHED
X front alcove room and unfurnished back parlor
suite. . '
RENT-ONE OR TWO ROOMS, FURNISHED
X or unfurnished, for light housekeeping. 469 West
Lake-at.. near Union Park.
npo KENT-FURNISHED COTTAGE AT 84 SOUTH
X Sangamoa-sL ■ '
rro RENT-BOOMS, ONE FURNISHED. $10; TWO
X or three unfurnished, $S and S 10; bath, etc. 234
West Washlngton-st, .
rpo RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, AND
X board If desired; terms moderate: also one front
parlor neatly furnished, for $8 per month, is South
rpO RENT-FURNISHED BOOMS. NO. 9 NORTH
X Throop-su • - •
npO RENT—SB. UPPER (AND DEBT) PART OF
X cottageß37 Indlana-su, four rooms, water, etc.:
cars pass door. Room 9. Honore Block.
rpO RENT-FRONT ALCOVE ROOM NICELY FUR-
X nlshed, hot and cold water, hath, and gas, back par
lor and bedroom. In genteel private family. Apply
at 51 South Elltabeth-st. ;
rpO RENT-123 AND 125 WEST MADISON-ST.—
X Furnished or unfurnished rooms to respectable
parties only; board If desired.
fpO RENT—2ir WEST WASHINGTON-ST.—FUR-
X nlshed front double and single rooms. $5. wsiOper
rpo RENT—6 ROOMS. 113 bOUTU LINCOLN-ST.,
X one door south of Madison. Apply to THOMAS
LYONS, 259 Madtson-St. .
rpo RENT—NICELY-FURNISHED FRONT, ROOM,
X with all modern Improvements. 52 I*lcrco-«t,
fro i;es t-t wo nicf.lt rmreisuED~?hoNT
X rooms with use of bath-room cheap. 64 Pearce
sU, near llalsted. .
rpo RENT-FURNISHED BACK PARLOR SUITE.
X sl2; also one large room. 624 Adams-st.
rpo RENT-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
X room with carpet. 8 Bouthoreen-st.
rpO RENT-FURNISHED SUITE, WITH OR WITH-
X out board, or for light housekeeping, with Im*
pfvements. Apply at 8 North EUzabetu-st.
TO BEST-NEWLY AND NICELY-FURNISHED
rooms with all modem improvements. 443 Mich
riM> BENT-PARLOR FLOOR CONSISTING OF
X four rooms, hot water and bath; suitable for light
housekeeping; $lO per month. 21 Forest-ar., near
rpO RENT-A NICELY FURNISHED SUITE OP
X rooms, with bath-room, cheap, to a permanent
tenant; also a single front room. 378 Wabash av.,
near ilarrlson-st. •
rpb RENT—CHEAP, FIVE UNFURNISHED ROOMS
X for housekeeping, or separately if desired; refer
ences exchanged. 800 Wabavh-av,
rpO RENT-232 WARASH-AV.. CORNER VAN
I Dureu. elegant rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board.
HpO RENT—S 2 PER WEEK, WELL LIGHTED.
X ventilated. and nicely furnished rooms, bath and
sitting rooms attached, to gentlemen only. 378 state.
fjuT FURNISHED, .CLEAN, COOL
x rooms, single or en suite: rent low. Apply at Room
3, 47 LaSalle-au
ritO RENT—ICy STATE-ST.. OPPOSITE GOS3AGK
X & Co.. light, airy, elegantly-furnished front rooms;
reasonable prices. ■
rpO RENT—ONE LARGE ALCOVE ROOM. UN*
X furnished; also one other largerooin; modem lm
?rovuments. Call or address 1128 Mlchlgan-avcorner
fl'O RENT—THREE OB FOUR UNFURNISHED
X rooms at tB7 Wabash-ar.
rpoltENT—24o jy ABASH • AV.. DESIRABLE RODMsT
X with or without furniture.
r\V KENT-TWO ROOMS"EN SUITE FOR ONE OR
X two gentlemen in BEAUVXRAGK, 134 Mlchlgan
av. Apply at Janitor's office.
'TO BENT—FURXISIIED FOR HOUSEKEEPING
X second floor of 54u Mlchlgan-av.
T* O RENT—KICELY~FUItN’LSIIEU RESIDENCE ON
Mlchlgan-av,, north of Elghtcenth-st, Address U*
Id. TTUmue office.
rpO RENT—FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED-
X Floor for housekeeping or lodging at 10 Feck*
court, corner Michigao-av. •
rPO RENT—TWO NEATLY-FUUNISHED PARLORS;
X also, two unfurnished rooms for housekeeping.
Terms reasonable. 458 Wabash-av.
rp6 RENT—PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS. NICELY
X furnished. cheap. 78 East Van Burea-st.
rpO RENT FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
X room to one or two gentlemen; location central;
on South Side. Address Fa I. Tribune office.
rpO RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS AT 40
X and4B Clark-au, very cheap. Room 15.
rpO RENT-BOOMS CORNER STATE- AND UAR-
X rlson-st. Apply to P. O'NEILL or Janitor.
r polt 1-fNT-F U RNTS H ED liOo MSTfO ENTLE-
X men only. Thompson House, 163 and IGS South
Clark-st., Offices. -
rpO BENT - PLEASANT FURNISHED FRONT
X room, marble front, 334 Mlchlgan-av.
rptfRENT-AT 1065 WABASH-AV— A FRONTAL-
X cove room nicely furnished to good parties.
fpb RENT—FOR ONE OR TWO MONTHS FIVE
X rooms, furnished for housekeeping, op llrst floor.
1003 lndlaua-av. s*3 per month to rcsponslole par
rpO RENT-LARGE PLEASANT ROOMS FURNISH-
X cd or unfurnished, with or without board. 006
rpo RENT— i RONT ALCOVE ROOM FOR GKNTLE-
X mao In private family; reference required. 740
r\'6 liENf COOL. AIRY ROOMS FOR GENTS AND
X wives, without chll lrcn, or single gents, furnished
or unfurnished, except carpets. 748 Mlchlgan-av.
rpo RENT-PLEASANT UNFURNISHED ROOMS
JL at 41 Peck-court. One alcove room.
T""0 RENT—I (LAN
or cn suite, rooms, hot and cold water; references
cheap to right ponies.
rpo RENT—I 64 MADISON-ST. (DE FOREST
X House), nicely furnished rooms by the day, week,
or moatu; one first-class (rout room; prices reasonable.
rpo RENT—AN ELEGANTLY-FURNISHED FRONT
X room on second floor. 41 SoutiiX&Salle-st,
rpO RENT—BOG NORTH CLAKR-ST.. ELEGANTLY-
X furnished rooms with or without board.
rpo RENT-A NICELY • FURNISHED LARGE
X room; also, a single room, at 220 Ohlo-su
rpo RENT—NICELY-FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS
X suitable for two gentlemen, with or without board.
No. 12Ruah-sc., secondfloor. .
rpO RENT—4 'ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEP-
X Ing; couple without children preferred; also rooms
with board. 232 Mlchlgan-st.
tpo RENT—HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT
X rooms, second floor; private family; finest locality
on North Side. 29GOhto-st.
rpo RENT—A PLEASANT SUITE OF FURNISHED
X rooms, south front. In private family; reference
required. 243 East Ohlo-st.
'pO RENT—FURNISHED I‘rtOKT ROOM AND
L bedtooin oil,on Ucarborn*av. t neor Erle-st,; private
family. E 100, Tribune office. .
rpO RENT-A LARGE FURNISHED FRONT AL-
X cove room; hot and cold water. 200Erlc-at.,ncar
rpo RENT - VERY PLEASANT FURNISHED
X rooms in private family. No. 31 Plne-st.
rpo RENT—ROOMS AND APARTMENTS-BY E. A.
X GUMMINGS & CO.. l34LuSulle-st.:
234 LaSalle-at., opposite Grand Pacific Hotel, one
verv pleasant front suite of four rooms.
2lOCiark-st., In Porter Block, one suite six rooms.
210 Statc-st., suites of two rooms; flue location.
243 Statc-st., suites of two rooms in the elegant To*
bev Building, southeast corner Jackson-st.
242 Statc-st., second floor, large, pleasant rooms.
45and47Thlrd-av., suites of three rooms each. $lO.
u»8 Thlnl-av.. one suite of five rooms. Sis.
411 and 413 State-sl.. one suite of two rooms.
32 West Wasblngton-st.. suite of three rooms, front,
two-stcry brick building, only sl9.
V'cst Randolph-st., five rooms, sl4.
897 B'ost Lake-st., suite of eix rooms.
rpO RENT-A LADY LIVING ALONE. DESIROUS
X of reducing her expenses, will rent parlor and bed
room, both artistically furnished, ton party of gentle
men for $25 per month: location eminently respecta
ble. Address H 2S, Tribune office.
T'~'o RENT-TIIE ENTIRE FIVE-STORY BUILDING
. No. ICS South Clark-st., between Madison and Mon
roe: best place In the city for a small European hotel;
parties without mcansneed not apply. Inquire at Room
4 limes Building.
rp6 RENT—BY A LADY, CHOICE FURNISHED
X rooms; quiet location. D 20, Tribune office.
rpO RENT-TO GENTLEMEN, HANDSOME AL-
X cove room, delightful location: private family.with
or without board. Address D 84, Tribune office.
rpO RENT-FINEST LOCATION IN -THE CITY.
X a pleasant alcove room and two others; private
family; references exchanged. E GO, Tribune office.
f TO RENT—TO QUIET COUPLE. LARGE ELE-
X pantly-furnished front room with alcove off; large
clothes closet, bath roomou same floor; vac of piano;
l>oard for lady only. Address E 92, Tribune office.
rpo TIENT—FEAT OF SIX ROOMS AT NO. 230
X West MadUou-st.. with Improvements for house
keeping. Rent low. IVM. 11. THOMPSON, 229 West
'VO RENT—A NEW 0-ROOM FLAT, WITH ALL
1 modern Improvements; Washlngtoa-st.. corner of
Orecn-o't. 1L W. THOMAS & CO.. 132 LaeaJle.st.
OF FIVE ROOMS, WITH COS*
X vcnlcnces; Sls a mouth; near Jefferson Park. 413
MM) KENT-CHEAP—U3O SOUTH IIALSTKD-ST.,
X one of the coziest Sara In the city. Newly calcl
ralncd and all the modem conveniences. Apply to
V. S. BOGGS, lUState-st.
rro RENT-FLAT OF 5 ROOMS. 252 THIRTY-
X flr*t-Rt., near Mlchlgau-av. F. W. SPRINGER,
132 Lasalle-st. .
TO KENT-ONE Ui*PER FLAT, FITE BOOHS.
two lower floors, eight rooms. In three-story swell
front house, with all modem conveniences, and newly
calclmlned and painted. Apply ac 460 North Clark-st.,
or top. E. STANLEY, Room 9. »9 and 101 Washing
fpO RENT-FLATS IN 178 AND 184 EAST OHIO*
X st.. freshly calclmlned; six room* each, i*eslde
bathroom. A. T. GALT, 7i> Dearbom-st.. Room 2.
rpo RENT-FLATS OF 3 AND 4 ROOMS FOR LIGHT
L housekeeping; pleasant view. Apply at Room 21
Ewing Block. North Clark-st.
TO BENT-FURNISHED FLAT TO A COUPLE OR
widow, where the rent would be paid (n board of
two children. Apply at Room 30 Merchants’ Building.
TO SENT—STORES, OFFICES* Ac*
TO RENT-STORE 353 STATE-BT., NORTH OF
Harrlson-su; good size and cheap. C. S. WAL
LER, 41 Qark-au. Room 11.
> RENT—FINEST STORE OX WEST MADISON
at.. with basement. Also, bam almost opposite
In-st. E. S. HEATON A CO.. 87 Flfthrar.
rpo BENT-STORES—647 WEST MADISON-ST.,
X store and basement, i 25, - 642 West Van Buren-st..
cool location for hardware and plomblnz. $23. other
stores to rent. PATTERSON A HAWKINS, 08 Wash
r PO RENT—THE STORE NO,’ 650 WABASH-AV,,
A 30x150, with barn 30x30r choice locationfor
Grocery store. FARRINGTON & BACKSET- 105
npO RENT—THE STORE NO. 128 FBANKLIN-
X st., three doors from Madison: water elevator; at
low rent. FARRINGTON A HACKS ET, 105 ’Wash
r l'o REST—A HALF-FROST OF A WELL-LOCA-
X tea store. 427 North clarfe-st,, opposite North Chl
cago Hallway ocice. Rent cheap.
TO IRES'!—STORE AND LOFTS NO. 174 EAST
Randolph-sc.. together or separately: size 33x185;
elevator, etc.; very desirable for heavy business. An
plyto.J. C. SAMPSON & CO.. 144 LoSaJIe-at.
TO REST—STORE 151 AND 153 FIFTH-AV., WITH
basement and large upper room, cheap. GAR
RETT <& THOMASSON, 17« Dearborn-st.
TO HENT-EXTIUE BUILDING 46. AND SEO
ond. third. and fourth floors 122 East Lstce-st.,
sod the following on South Clark-si.: stores 128, 201.
222. and 220: altso offices and housekeeping rooms, ad*
ply to MALCOM NcNEILL, 224 South Clark-st.
rprT'RENT* -- ’
l—one ■wishing to rent one-half
a of a Kootl stand In the bustness centre, tn connec
tion with the cigar trade, can learn of such br address
ing F 68, Tribune office.
T° RENT—FRONT PART OF FINE BASE-
X meat office ou Washlngton-at., between Clark
and Dearborn; real estate anti loan broker preferred.
Address jAMttRSON. A CO.. East Washington-su
TO KENT—PART OF OFFICE. NEWLY-FUU
nfalied. with desk and fixtures; the moat desirable
location on South Watcr-st, Address D 11. Tribune.
r ro rent-desk room or rear office at
X very low rent. ls3LaSalJc-it.
fPO RENT—ONE-HALF OFFICE 00 SOUTH CLARK-
X at. Immediate possession given. Inquire at 57
r PO RENT-DESK ROOM WITH DESK IN LIGHT.
X handsomely-furnished office with vault, only $3
per month. K. E. RYAN A-CO.. 210 LaSallc-st. cor
per Adams (basement).
TO RENT-SECOND FLOOR NO. IC9 STATE-ST.,
1 size 20x90; just the place for dressmaking; or any
light manufacturing; rent cheap. Apply at Room 9.
TO RENT—A LARGE BARN. 'WITH LIVING
rooms over It, near Twenty-fiih-st. and Pralrle-av.
B. W. THOMAS AGO.. lft> LaSalle-tt.
>pO.RENT-LAKQE BRICK BARN ON MERIDIAN-
X st.. In rear of 128 West Washlngton-st; has 18
stalls, and entire floor for carriages; runt low to good
tenant. I). P. NEWELL, 188 West Madison, at.
TO RENT—FIRST-CLASS MARKET. 840 WEST
L Madlson-st.. all furnished, only S2O per month.
Key at 838.
' IX) RENT—VARIETIES THEATRE IN A PKOSPER-
X ousclty. located on two Eastern trunk railways;
population 30.000; splendid opportunity: no competi
tion. Apply at Room 21 Ewing Block. North Clars-st.
T' O REST—A FURNISHED FRONT”ROOM, WITH
hath, to one or two gentlemen. Cheap to good par*
ties. F 73, Tribune office.
HX) RENT—NEWLY-FURNISHED ROOM FOR
X gentleman and wife; board for lady. Address F
87, Tribune office.
WASTTED TO BENT.
TIT ANTED—TO RENT—BTTWO ADULTS. ON THF.
*r North Side cast of Clark-st., four or five good
rooms with all modem Improvements, within ten min
mes* walk of A. ,T. Stewart 4: Co.’s. D 35, Tribune.
IX7ANTED—TO RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE ON
h South Side: small family; no children; Satis
factory references. Address, with particulars, D 33.
\X7 ANTED—TO BENT—ABOUT FIVE NICE ROOMS
* * or small house, unfurnished, for couple without
children; south of Thlrtleth-st. preferred. D 10, Trib
X\T ANTED—TO RENT-SEVEN OR EIGHT FIRST
_f t class unfurnished rooms; business centre; South
Address I) 33. Tribune office. Immediately.
WANTED-TO RENT-SMALL COTTAGE, WITH
’ barn, ingood locality: rent not to exceed sls per
month. 00, Tribune office.
\\T ANTEE-TO RENT-DESK ROOM IN LASALLE-
V* it. office, by broker, where bookkeeping, writ
ing, or other services could be rendered for rent. Beal
references. Address E 32. Tribune office.
\\T ANTED—TO RENT—FOR A GENTLEMAN.
> T furnished room with bath-room: North Bide pre
ferred. Address K 29. Tribune office. 1
WANTED-TO RENT—A MODESTLY FURNISH ED
house, for two or three months or longer, by a
perfectly responsible partv; rent not to exceeds2oa
month; south or West Side preferred; best o| refer
ences. Address D 10. Tribune office.
WANTED-TO RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS;
location first-class; rent low. Addres« fc 57.
WANTED— TO RENT-4 OB 5 UNFURNISHED
rooms, south of Thirty-first and cast of State
eta.. by young married couple; no children; references
exchanged. HILL. C- 4k if. W. R. IL, Union Stock-
TIT ANTED—TO BENT-BASEMENT COTTAGE OR
" 2-storv house of about 0 rooms, with all
modem improvements; must be In good location and
first-class order. Address, giving fall particulars, D
65. Tribune office.
WANTKD-TO UENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE OK
* t flat of 6or 8 rooms by a careful and prompt-pay
ing tenant. Address, giving description and location
of premises and lowest rent, D 68. Tribune office.
TIf ANTED—TO KENT-HOUSE PARTLY FUR
* » nlshed; will board owner for rent with privilege
of keeping a few select boarders. Address 554 West
WANTED —TO RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE,
central location, for board of owner. Address
I) 48, Tribune office.
TUAMED-TO RENT-BY A PROMPT-PAYING
V> tenant, a medium-sized house In good location
convenient to business, il flu. Tribune office.
WASTED— TO KENT—LARGE TRUST ALCOVE
and small room or suite of rooms in good neighbor'
hood, or suite of parlors; North or South side. Address
E 12, Tribune oQlce.
WANTED— TO RENT—A HOUSE OP BTO 10
rooms; It must bo In thorough repair, hare mod
ern conveniences, and be in a good neighborhood; rent
not to exceed S3O per month. Address, with full de
scription and location of house, n so. Tribune oitice.
Wf ANTED—TO RENT-THREE OR FOUR UNFUR
VV nished rooms suitable for light housekeeping:
must be first or second door: state location, conven
iences, and price. 1122, Tribune ofllce.
WANTED— TO RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
man and wife. North Side, east of Wells-sc.: give
price, etc. Address U 23. Tribune office.
WANTED-TO RENT-A GENTLEMAN DESIRES
a room cheap; near Clark and Madlsoo-sts; pri
vate family preferred. Address 1133. Tribune oilicc.
\tT ANTED—TO RENT-A COTTAGE. OR FIRST
it or second door of brick house; must contain sis
or seven rooms; will lease for a term of yean if rent Is
reasonable. Address H 9, Tribune office.
’ITT'ANTED—TO RENT—BY AN A I PROMPT PAT
VV ins tenant cottage or fiat of six robins near Lin
coln Park. Address, stating terms. E 33, Tribune.
\\T ANTED —TO RENT FULLY FURNISHED
V> house, small, ready by let September; must be
strictly fird-claas; North Side preferred. Address,
statins lowest rent, E so. Tribune office.
\V 7 ANTED—TO RENT-HOUSE. ONE WITHOUT
VV basement preferred. In an interesting and lively
part of the city; must be on South Side. Address E
94. Tribune office. _
WANTED—TO RENT-A SMALL FURNISHED
VV house In Hyde Park or Kenwood for three or six
months by a neat and careful couple. Address F 93.
ITT ANTED —TO RENT—THREE FURNISHED
VV rooms fur housekeeping: rent not to exceed sls
er month. Address F 97. Tribune office.
ANTED—TO RENT-ONE OR TWO UNFUR-
V » nlshed rooms; South Side preferred; rent not to
exceed SO. Address JES. 232 Wabash-av.
WANTED-TO KENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE
containing 0 or 7 rooms; rent about $23 per
month; South or North Side. Address Z 34, Tribune.
tIfANTKD—TO RENT-SMALL, FURNISHED
VV house south of Twcuty founb-st. and west of
Calumet-av. Address Zl. Tribune office.
WANTED— TO RENT—BY GENTS, TWO ROOMS,
bath; walk of two blocks. Address u 13, Tribune
AT T ANT ED —TO RENT—BY D. P. NEWELL, ISS
VV West Madtson-st., a store for a New York cloth
house, on East Madlson-at.. or on Clark-gU near Madi
son. Owners will please answer.
"WANTED-10 REST —NEAT, CLEAN ROOMS
VV forfamlly of four. Prompt pay. Must be cheap
andnearcars. AddressFs9, Tribune office.
TXrANTED—TO RENT—A SMALL HOUSE OR
VV cottage on North Side, three blocks cast or west
of Clark-st.; rent not to exceed $29. Address F 55,
A CHANCE FOR MEMBERS OF MASONIC OR ODD
r\ Fellows Fraternity; a business that requires but
little capital: capable, energetic men can make SIOO to
S3OO a month; something new and Important to every
member of the Order, indorsed by highest authority.
CARSON &CO., 150 Dcarborn-at.
A BABB CHANCE FOR ANY ONE WANTING A
J\. cash market, doing a good trade, -with horse,
wagon, and fixtures complete. Three years'lease of a
two-story house, at SIS per month. Will be sold at
half Its value, as the party wants to leave the city In
quire of O'MALLET BROTHERS. 86 West Jackaon-st.
AGUOd MAN' WITH SBOO C AN BUT A HALF
Interest In a good and paring boarding stable.
Expenses light. Address E 7C. Tribune office.
T>USINRSS“WANTED-HAVB FROM $2,000 TO
I) $3,000 and my-eervices to Invent In some safe legi
timate business. Give full particulars. Address H 6,
Blacksmith shop and tools for sals
cheap; situated at Whisky Point, 7 miles from Chi
cago. Apply to J. J. HICKS, 107 Fulton-st.
Druggists— for sale-tub fixtures and
furniture of a city drug store. Including show
cases. furniture, bottles, and marble slabs; may be pur
chased very low by a cash customer. Address V 62,
170 R SALE—A GROCERY AND TEA HOUSE DO-
X lug a strictly cash trade of SIOO per day. Capital
required, about 51,5f)0. Best stand In city to make
money. Best reasons for selling. Address 077, Trib
une office. - _
IPO R S ALE—A FIRST-CLASS FLOUR AND FEED
X score, with best location. Inquire at 241 Thirty
flrst-et. - ..
f7OR SALE-A GROCERY STORE IN A FUST-
E class location, now doing a largo trade; good fresh
stock; will give a bargain for cash. Satisfactory rca
oas for selling. AddreSs D 67. Trifanne office.
■POP. SALE-DRUG STORE-FIRST-CLASS IN ALL
X respects; doing a good business. A bargain for
cash, particulars by addressing E3B, Tribnne office.
For sale-tub exclusive agency op a
big money-making article of merit In all towns
where coal pas Is used. Address K 41, Tribune office.
For sale-bakery, confectionery, ice
cream, cigars, tobacco, etc.; living rooms. Cheap
rent. West Madlson-st, Address E 43. Tribune office.
F~OH SALE-AMATEUR PRINTING . OEFICE—
Most complete In city. Address DB. Tribune office,
F~OR - *'saLE—OR EXCHANGER-GOOD STOCK
of crockery, glassware, groceries, notions and fix
tures, Invoicing about $2,500, in One location for trade;
South Side. Cash or part clear real estate. L. J.
CLARKE, 188 Madlson-sc.
Fob sale—at a baboais-a okocert a>T)
provision store doing a large and paying business;
located on one of the best business streets in toe c»r.
Good reason for selling. Capital required about *3 AOO.
Only those haring the cash need apply. Investigation
courted. Address T 65. Tribune office.
FOB SALE—CHEAP—PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY;
best location on the West Side. Address T 61,
POR SALE—AK OLD ESTABLISHED ANT) P.EPC-
X taolefirst-clau rlnecar factory. In good mnnlnn
order, with a capacity of nearly fifty barrel* per day, or
• partner for same In order to Increase facilities. Ad
dress E 31, Tribune office.
I?0R STORK IN GOOD LOCATION,
i South Side, obtre-a paying business; wIU be sold at
a bargain. AddmaK es. Tribune office. ;
For sale—cheap—or to exchange for
Unincumbered city property—A complete and well*
established bakery In miming order Address E DO,
Tribune office. • .
■POR SALE-A SOAP FACTORY, WITH LATEST
X Improvements for making both toilet ant! laundry
soaps; iraae well established and remunerative: reason
fbr selling, proprietor’s Ul-bealtb. Adams fi 9i Trib
li’Oß SALE-FUIWITRUE, LEASE, GOOD-WILL,
; . centrally-locateil block, over 20 rooms, all occu
pied by respectable, good-paying tenants. E 93, Trib
une office. •
t’Or. SALE-DBUO STORE, SPLESDID 'BOOM,
L good stock. good trade, and excellent location:
brick block. Chesterton, Ind. H. GREEN.
FOR SALE—A WELL-ESTABLISHED-A>D PAY-
Ing retail business; central location; part taken in
clear real estate. Address U 11, Tribune office.
For sale—cheap-restaurast doing good
business; good opportunity to right party. Apply
at 176 South Water-st.
1?OR SALE—SSO WILL BUT A GOOD LAUNDRY
. If taken Monday. 427 West Madtson-st.
P)R SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST PHOTOGRAPH
galleries in the city; all on first floor; doing a good
business: a good chance for a man with a little money.
G. W. COOPER. 159 LaSalle-sc, Room.U
Fob sale-or trade—a good, safe manu
facturlng business for cash, or house and lot, unin
cumbered. In or near city. Address E 53. Tribune.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST-PAYING SA
looos on the South Side: sells about 35 to 40 kegs of
peer a week. Address F 100, Tribune office.
FOR SALE-A SPLENDID CIGAR AND TOBACCO
route, with a fine rig and peddler’s license, cheap
for cash. Address P 00, Tribune office.
T?OR SALE-LUNCH-CAR 53DEAHBORN-ST., DO-
X lng good business; , must be sold; come and moke
FOR SALE-A VALUABLE PATENT JUST ISSUED.
Address H 37. Tribune office.
FOR BALE—ELEGANTLY-FURNISHED SALOON
forslGs. Must be sold. Give your best cash offer.
Call at Room 12. 87 Madlson-st,
H’~ ORSESHOER OR BLACKSMITH WITH SMALL
means can buy or exchange for nicest place In
town, with or •without tools or stock. 59 Tbird-av.
r WANT MAN WITH LICENSE TO SELL GOODS
Xon street. Pays $8 to $lO per day. Call Monday at
1401 State st.
F* YOU ARE LOOKING FOU BUSINESS AND
have a few bqndrcd dollars to Invest you con find
something that will bear Investigation at bS Kan*
I HAVE A CORNER STORE TO KENT FOR THE
drug business; a good opening. F. W. SPRINGER,
232 LaSalle sc.
■\TANUFACTtJRING INTEREST. PROTECTED BY
iU. patent, for sale; capital required. SiOOu to
SU.OOQ; will bear Investigation. Address Dl2, Tribune
■VTOTIOXS AND CANDY STORK FOR SALE
-lv cheap. Having other business most sell. 275
'PUB EMPIRE FLOUKING-MILL. ON SOUTHEAST
JL corner of Sixteenth-si. and Wentworth-av,. three
run of stone. In perfect running order, to rent for one
or a term of years. WALTER MATTOCKS, 40 Dear
rpO RENT-AND FOR SALE—THE AXXELL
X House, the best second-class hotel in Milwaukee,
and centrally situated, la offered for rent to parties who
are willing to buy the furniture, upon suitable terms.
For further particulars apply Jn person or address
“Axtell House,” Milwaukee.
TO RENT-AT S3O PER MONTH-HOUSE 44
Sberman-st., opposite Rock Island Uallroaa Depot,
furniture for sale, suitable for saloon, restaurant, and
hotel; cheap to good party. Apply at office of Atlantic
rPHB BEST CASH OFFER GETS WITHIN ONE
X week for drug-store, stock, and fixtures, corner
Thirty-seventh aud-H»iated-aus.: al©u my fine horse
and buggy. S. K. Harris. 127 LaSalie-st.
WANTED— GOOD TAILOR TO OPEN BUSINESS,
2.200 inhabitants; no opposition, chance for
cabinetmaker also. Call 130 Dcarboni-sL, KouinT.
WONDERFUL INVENTION—6O UNERRING MU
sic lessons by 60 Infallible teacners teaching
thoroughbass upon on entirely nfw pUn, so simply and
plainly that any slogcr con Inetantiy play the richest
chorus la accompaniments to any song or instrument.
Send for circulars. Music Rooms, hOuState-st.
WANTED-A BUSINESS MAN TO TAKE PHlLA
delphla, Boston, or Sc. Louts branch of an otlice
business. Good references and SI,OOO required. £73,
VI?ANTED—A LIVE MAN WITH $2,000 OR $3,000
it to engage in a light manufacturing enterprise
where entire Investment can be made the first year.
Call Monday at 21l State-st.
ITTE SHALL PAY OUR WHOLE ATTENTION TO
V? our wholesale department after Sept. I. and
wish a party to take oar retail business In Bazar Pat
terns, at 253 West Madison at. C. A. VOSBURGH
WANTED-AN EFFICIENT-SALESMAN WITH
SSOO to take an interest In a lucrative commercial
business In a Southwestern State. Call or address G,
155 LaSalle-st., basement. Chicago,
WILL PURCHASE ONE OP THE FINEST
01 O laundries In the city; big reasons. Call and see
Sunday or Monday at 50C South atate-at.
wocn BUTS A HALF INTEREST IN A VALU
able and useful Invention; a good chance to
make money. Address D 70, Tribune office.
A BIG CHANCE-WANTED. A LADY
OOUL/. wlths3Co to run a notion store, doing a
good business. Address K 30, Tribune office.
IDS State-st., 61. 63. 65, and 07 Adama-rt.
Rogers’ silver-plated knives. 51.65 a set,
Four-bottle costers. 45 cents, or 54.25 a dozen.
Hatchets. 35 cents, or S 3 per dozen.
Tack-hammers, idc. or 75 cents a dozen.
IB inch parasols, 10 cents, to close out at cost.
Job lot monkey-wrenches. SO cents on the dollar.
Fans at less than auction prices.
Kid gloves, 45c, or 55 a dozen.
Shoe-brushes, JO cents, or 51 a dozen.
Oil-stoves at your own price.
Collars. lOcentsa box. SQperM.
Lunch-baskets, 35c. $3.35 a dozen.
Revolver*, goodseveu-shot, SI- IS-
Genuine Meerschaum pipes. 50 cents on the dollar.
Knives and forks. 50 cents a set.
Shoe-Fly rocking-horses, 65 cents each.
Croauet. 50 cents a set— half price.
AT E. J. LEHMANN'S,
198 State-st., 61. 63. 63, and 67 Adsms-st.
Send for circular.
For' sale—cheap for cash, ok on PAitr
payment, or to exchange for any kind of household
goods, the following articles:
One elegant Knabc square grand piano, new Novem
One elegant ladles’ parlor desk.
One elegant Eastlake style bookcase.
One walnut, and gilt easel.
One new single side-bar open buggy, and harness.
For sale-two transferuarle season
tickets for the swimming school, with and without
Instruction, for Sin and 57; cost S2O and 515. Ad
dress 1) 15. Tribune office.
For sale—6 fine oil paintings, one fjne
water color. 230 pieces of china; will sell cheap.
Address D 44. Tribune place.
For sale-6 choice milch cows cheap, on
account of sickness. 133 Park-av.
TOR SALE-ONE POOL TABLE AND 4 BILLARD
1/ tables, complete. wlth-fixtures for billiard hall, in
good order: will take horse and buggy in trade, or will
sell part. Address D 31. Tribune oilke.
TOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS MILCH COW AND
X; calf, also grocer wagon and two seated pleasure
wagon and pole. 7U Forty-lblrd-at., Stock-Yard*, i*.
TOR SALE-FOUR TON SCALE. CHEAP FOR
X 1 cash, or will exchange for hard coal. Address or
call on A. O. ASHLEY. SbLasalte-st.
FOR SALE—THE BEST WATCH-DOG IN THE
city (Newfoundland); price.B3s. 208 West Lake-st.
t'OR SALE-A SMALL COLLECTION OF COINS,
cheap. F. C. TREFUY. 519 Cottage Grove-av.
For sale-call Monday forenoon at 70
Adams-st. and buy the fixtures, shelving, and
counters of grocery at your own orlce. ROBINSON
&CO. _ ,
J7OB SALE-CHEAP-A FLAX UiiKAK AN D
. picker. Address or call on H. A. AUELMAN.
Palatine, Cook County, 111. '
FOll SALE—OK TRADE—IRISH SETTER DOGS 3
months old, at 786 West Congrcss aL, for gun or
revolver, etc. '
J?OR SALE—BILLIARD AND POOL-TABLE—S7T>
’ Two sets of Ivory frail*, amt everything complete;
rntmbesolrL A. M. TRUESDELL & CO., 16S Dear
FOR SALE CINDERS CHEAP—ABOUT 200 LOADS
at our factory. Bridgeport. WAUL BROTHERS,
40 South Frankiin-st. .
For sale-1 rooster, 3 hens, thohougu
brcdtmfl Cochins, tor $10; great bargain. Mrs.
BRIGGS, Forty-fifth-sc.. near Evao§-av.
FUR SALEWA BARGAIN-GROCERY FIXTURES,
counters, sugar-bins. tee-box. coffee-mill, scales,
etc.; also lot of drygoods counters. 23a North Wells.
rpOR SALEs-A LOT OF SHELVING. COUNTERS.
JJ tables, etc., suitable for crockery and glassware.
Apply at 208 North Wella-at.
For sale—a no. i fresh milch cow. and
an elegant set of harness, never been used. Rear
of 435 Mlchlgan-av. ;
1?OR SALE - CHEAP FINE NEWFOUNDLAND
! watch-dog. W.H.PKEK, 112 Pcaroorn-st.. Room 2.
SALE—GOOD SALOON COUNTER AND
JU back, cables, etc.; also medium 3-barrcl Ice-box,
sl2. 227 Fifth-ay.
FOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE-SMALL OFFICE
grindstone, heavy table, sign boards, steam fitters,
blacksmith's and hortsshocr's tools and materlaL and
other property. 53 Tblrd-ar.
For sale-cueap-s-foot showcase, g-foot
paneled counter, refrigerator. 2 tables 6 feet long,
and small lot of household goods, all used but a short
time and good as new. 840 booth Halsted-st.
EOli SALEWA COLLECTION OF RARE CURIOSI
tics. coins, ami minerals, at Chicago Medical and
Surgical Institute, 1&8 South Halsted-st.
P)R SALE-A GREAT BARGAIN—A LAMB
knitting-machine complete; largest size. PAKKi,
272 East Madlson-st. ■
All kinds of new machines from $25 up;
old machines at your own price: we repair ail
kinds; we keep pans for every machine. 412 West
MadLsoa-st. Open erealega. J. C. SPENCER.
Bur the GENUINE SINGER machines: ex*
changed and rented; good m adduct from S 3 to
S2O. Singer office. 228 booth Halsced-sfc.
For sale—a wilson sewing-machine
nearly new. cheap for cash. 178 North Clark-su,
Rooms, fourth floor.
LOT OF NICE'siNGER, DOMESTIC. WHEELER *
Wilson, and other machines belowhalr price, and
warranted. Loan office. 125 Clark-tt.. Room 2. -
OIN GSR, HOWE. WILSON. DAVIS. AND AMfcKI-
O can sewing-machines st SS, f 10, osd3l& each, and
warranted, at THOMPSON’S. aa» south Halstcd-st.
YXT ANTED—IMPROVED WHEELER A WILSON.
W singer, or Wardwcll machine, cheap for cash.
Address D 39, Tribune office.
SAUS—AT A GREAT BARG ADC, OH WILL
" ~ ice, the Garden City Greenhouses, 519 and
JOB LOTS AT
E. .1. LEHMANN’S,
HOUSES ASD CABRIAG
A WIDOW LADT WILL HAVE HER ENTIRE
establishment sold, consisting of 2 very fast and
nonoiptne bones; one Is 5 yean of age, and the otber 1*
f • wahotany bay and a chestnut; they
sf2i» baa 4* bUh. and they are without a spot or a
ana tbo moat timid person can drive either of
iu '* u bd any place without being hitched;
Wnand top boggy and harness: also «a«
b T9 w u worfc horse; he Is 7 years of
separate, as the own-
If requited a trUl of a iun ullaVeii.
~A carnages, nearly new; all kinds of top boggles,
road-wagons, phaetons, made by the best matters*
scarcely soHed. and win be sold U le» price
to pay charges and storage; one very floe saddle-horse;
one very handsome pony and harness, tale for lair to
£r« T ?L top ». de l lTerjr wl * ron; top express-wagda. Hones
to let by the day or wees; money advanced, will sell ou
monthly payments, or .exchange, Como and look for
yourselves, and we the largest assortment In Chicago,
and be convinced that yoa can boy cheaper than any
place In Chicago. H. C. WALKER. 249 and 25 1 State.
GEXTLEMAX LEAVT ~
A -- ’JA.V LE A VIMSTIIKCITV HILLSELL
bis road turnout, consisting of the beautiful bar
mare Lady ColJduat, Krsdrfc*s Hambletoolan!
dama Uolddust.mare. Uuly Oolddnsc Is 6years old
next spring. IS$4 bands; trotted on Uosbea trade wtea
4 years old in 2:46. Can beat 2:40 now, and warranted
sound and bind, fears nothin*. Also cnd-sprtnu full
scat,top buggy, harness, lan-robe. whip. etc., all
complete; would sell seoarato and low. Call at 44 St.
John’s place, between Carrull-ar. and Fulton-n.
ALL INTENDING PURCHASERS OP PHAETONS
wishing to consult thetrown interests should ex*
amine the very popular and celebrated Parsons *
Neville Chicago Phaeton; nothing in the market ap*
proachlng them la beauty of dntsb. ease of motion,
comfort, or durability; as proof of above assertion
they are copied by carriage-maters generally through
out the country. Buy no other until you have seen
ours; grade first-class: price the lowest. Office and
manufactory. 298 to SOI Wsbasb-av. -
A LEATHER-TOP VERT CHEAP; SPAN
of ponies, no handsomer (n the city: either is
suitable for lady or boy to ride or drive; will give any
trial; Ithree-sprlogt express wagon, good order, lor
onc-founb what It Is worth. msoaribaldi-at, near
A ll excellent 6-skat family bockawav,
■a a a tine Clarence, a good leather landau, and a coupe
letle, an of them second-hand and in fine order; very
low for cash. would exchange carriages, Inaulre at
Nos. 185 and 187 W&baah-av.
At A BARGAIN-TOP-BUGGT (COAN & TEN
broese make); also, three other top and five open
buggies, four set of single and two set double harness,
all second-hand; also, the largest lot new work to be
f/und in the city. BUSHNCLI A CO.’S, 190 and 19S
AN UNUSUALLY SPEEDY SADDLE PONY FOR
ladies or clildren; very gentle: will be sold cheap.
Address C. MURRAY. Hyde Park.
A BAROAIN-FOR WANT OF USB, 3 HEAVY
■A work-hones and 4 light buggy-horses, from S3O ;o
S7O; must be sold to close business’, at 371 West Fit
teentb-at, block east of Blue Island-ay.
AN ELEGANT TOP-BUGGYr WILLETTS MAKeT
for sale at PAYNE’S Stable, cheap.
Avery stylish saddle-mare: drives
gentle single. Five years old. 220 Treaty-see*
At a bargain-new and second-hand
top-ougglcs. road-wagons, and dcllrery-wagona.
Call at 7 IS Wabosh-ar.
Bargain—saoo cash will buy one of the
best family marcs, buggy, harness, blankets, etc.,
complete. If taken before Aug. 1. Address AD, P. -O.
Box 353, City.
Fill SALE-HORSE. WaGON. AND HARNESS,
and peddler's license. $33. 120 Thirteenth-Place.
1?0R SALE-PHAETON. SHIFTING SEAT. TOP
; fancy; half price. 383 Carroll-st.
FOB SALE-CHEAP-l SECOND-HAND EXPRESS
waeon, 2 one-horse spring trucks, 2 crooked reach
two-eorse trucks, 1 medium-size two-horse spring
truck. Apply to P. HICKS. 107 Fulton-st.
■OOR SALE—A VERY NICE ROAD HORSE. CAN
X trot In three minutes, 5 years old; also harness ami
square-box tup-buggy; togethcror separate. Addrcs
F 57, Tribune office.
T?OR SALE-A~BAY MARE, CHEAP FOR CASH;
X warranted kind and gentle for lady or children to
drive: owner no farther ase for her. Inquire at 200
North CJark-at.. P. DINAN’S livery stable.
I?OR SALE—A GOOD PHAETON. VERY CHEAP.
■ Apply at Fones* Livery. Lake and Llncoln-sts.
F;RSALE-A TOP BUSINESS WAGON AND HAR-
Dcss, all m pood order; must be sold. 507 North
FIR SALE-ONE SPAN OF MULES, WELL
matched, weighing 1.200 and good workers: one
3-sprlng express-wagon. 463 West Madiaon-st.
pORSALE-A SOUND AND GOOD DRIVING FAM-
X ily or business horse, and light two-seated exteaston
tou carriage and harness: also a buggy-pole; all in good
order. Apply at 3 East Washlngtou-st., or stablea. 41
and 43 Fourteemb-sL
For sale-some cheap second-hand and
new road wagons and buggies. 731 State-st. E*
For sale very cheap-a good, sound
work horse. Call at 225 Maxwell-st.
For sale-a small lot (u> of brand new
farm wagons, alt complete: owner gone out of
business. Also nice 4-year-old horse, top buggy, and
harness cheap. 66 Blue Uland-av.
FOR SALE—ALL KINDS OF LIGHT CARRIAGES,
Jump-scats, etc.; (op and open delfvery-wacons.
Repairing and painting, for cash and monthly payments.
C. J. HULL, corner Archer-ar. and Twenty-founh-st.
1?OR SALE-CHEAP-GENTLEMAN’S ROAD-
X hone, bnugy. and harness. Can show *4O gait on the
road; 15J* hands; all sound. Also, saddle-horse. iSd
good aa new. Also, two work horses. Applv to
JAMES LATHROP. Twenty-afxth-*t. and Calumet-av.
For sale-coupe rockawat, almost' as
good as new. very cheap. 142 West Madlsoa-aC.
For sale-cheap, "a go6d“dodble’wagon,
with coal box. in good repair. Inquire at coal
dock, west end of Lake-st. bridge.
For sale—fine new business, square
box, end-spring, open buggy: one new tup, light,
3-sprlng delivery wagon. 315 WestTayior-st.
FOR S ALE—AHANUSOM KS. 154
hands high, well broke to city use: can croc togeth
erm 3 minutes; bare trotted better single; auy eeutle*
man wishing a good team for a coach or the road should
sec them; they win be sold for what they are worth,
with or without the harness. For further particulars
address Box 58, City P. Q. .
For sale—cheap—a side bar BaGcr-ix
qulreofC. J. L. MEYER. North Pier, foot of
For salr-cheap-a good sound horse
about 17 bands, 8 yean old. F. C. TREFRY, 513
FOR SALE CHEAP - TOP-BUGOT. LOOMIS,
laundry. 193 and ids West Monroe-st.
For sale-cheap-a breast-collar. Dou
ble harness, a single harness, also a square-box
end-spring Co an A Tenbroeke top-buggy. Rear 430
West Waabington-at. ■
T7OR SALE-CHEAP—3 HORSES AND CARRIAGE
TOR SALE—A FINeTXARC£. BLACK FAMILY*
tl; carriage-horse, handsome, sound, kind, and a good
traveler; also a hue. light 2-j-eaied extension top• car
riage very cheap. 7b iUndolph-st. '■ ~
I,'OK'SALE—A HANDSOME BAY MARE. SOUND,
i? kind, and fast; also buggy, cutter, single and
double harness, etc. Address E 13. Tribune otflee.
For sale-beautiful team of well
matched light homes, sound and kind; no better
roadsters in city; can be driven by lady- Apply as
Aldlne Square Stables. ■ '
For sale-new end spring leather top
buggv. worth S3ou; built for own use; must sell,
230 West Lake-st.
Fob sale-a vert handsome bay horse,
15.4 baud* high. 6 years old. sound, and can ba
driven by a lady; or will trade fur a horse of less value
ora JJghi top buggy. 1131 Indlana-av.
1?or: sale-extenhion-top carriage, cost
. SOOO. will sell for S2OO. See 1C EAGLE PAINT'
ING CO., 47 and 49 Jackson-st. ■
170 K SALE-LIGHT' STYLISIL FIRST-CLASS
. New York top buggy, nearly new. for $100; will
trade for light two-seat democrat. Can be »cun at
Jtooui 0, 13 South Caaai-st. •
1?OR SALE-OPENBUGGY, FAIR ORDER, PRICE
: 530. Inqulfcat No. 30 North CHnton-st.
FOR SALE-A rFiIiST-CLASS FAMILY MARK,
kind and gentle. Corner Wallace and Forty-ilUrd
sta., Stock-Yards. ’
F"OR SALE-A PINE SADDLE-HORSE, OF GOOD
Missouri stock, single foot or canter: can trot la 3
mluutes to wagon. Noun but those wanting a good
horse need answer. Address E 34, Tribune office. ’
For salb-a fine side-saddle, good as
new. cost $45; will sell cheap as I have no further
use for It. Address A- C. HAM, corner Thirty-eighth
and Tnckcr-Ms. •
r'IOOD OPEN BUGGY. PATENT WHEELS, LAZY*
J back: two sew harness, and self-sharpening hay*
cutter. WM. BYRNE. 142 Cootro-st. •
7 | ORSE FOR SALE FOB WANT OF USE-A MOB
-11 gan breed bay pony, sound, kind, and not afraid
of cay thing, inquire atibS^ludlson-st.
Hahn* ess of every description for sale
at &*5 Wabaah-av. .
T WILL UUT A BUGGT AND QUIET HORSE IP.
X on reasonable term*, or will give a Pome excellent
pasturage for light usu. Address J. McOKt'KK, lU
T WANTTO SELL OUT; GOING AWAY MONDAY
X morning—One mule, weighs 1.29 a; and one horse*
cheap fur cash, at in» iiearj-aL. .
MUST BE SOLD TO PAY ADVANCES—THREE
ItX phaetons, from $75 to $123; U top and2-M»ted
buggies, and lames* oi all hinds, at 70south Caual-*t i
ONE TOP BUGGY. NEARLY NEW. IN GOOD
running order, fOO. Inquire of T. O’CONNOR,
corner State and 'fhirtieih-sts. •
TROTTING STALLION YOUNG RED EYE.
L sired by U«l Eye. he by Boston; full Pedigree oa
application:color, mahogany bar. black polita. fifteen
and a halt high, weight t.ixw lb*; la neneciiy sound,
kind, -and gentle Jo or out of aiablc; is a/nudof noth*
log. Six weeks from first tune harnessed trotted a foil
mile la 2:30; not a better bred horse in Illinois;
broken to harness in February.
The sfailfon Dyke (see Wallace Register), 18 hands,
dark bar, black point*, weight 1. 100; in road condition;
12 years old. kind, fearless, and gentle; no puller;
wean no boots: eligible to the 2:43 class; trotted over
eo heats la 1873 In 2:32 or better fur second money: las
since been used for stock purposes; has no blemishes.
Will sell either or both on long time Tor approved note.
Will exchange for market or team horses, a speedy
team of mares or geldings, for Jewelry, diamonds, fur
niture. or inside Chicago reality: If not Improved must
be clear; or lova. Kansas, or Nebraska lands. Address
lor one week DW. Tribune office. - •
Vl/ASTED—COVERED THREE-SPUING WAGON,
v v medium weight, to carry l.eoo pounds. Call or
address, with lowest price, 36 St; Johns-place.
\TTANTED-A GOOD MRDICINE WAGON. SUTT
> v able tor selling from on the streets: also a sound
pair of horses. WALKER Manofactnrtng Company.
YVANTED-TO BUY-A GOOD HOUSE OB TEAM
Yv for work. Apply at Northwestern Tannery, near,
Union Bolllng-Mllu, on tooth side of canal. -
WAXTED-A WHITE FAMILY HORSE; BOUND
aadgeatle: weight- 1.2 t» U> i.3W):age 6. to 8
years. Address D 25, Tribune ogee.
\TTANTED—PONY AND PHAETON: WILL GIVE
*Y piano and money, for a good rig. Address Box. lUS,
Highland Park. UU .
TITANTED—ONE OK TWO GOOD HEAVY HORSES
v » to use by responsible party on farm for their keep
ing or will exchange road wagon, express, harness, and
manufacturing sewing-machine, or will pay low cash
price; give correct description, and bow yon will trade-
Address il 23, Tribune - .
TITaNTED-HORSK AND CARRIAGE FOB LIGHT
v f business drtvlngfor Re keeping; give the of
references. Address sHU Tribune office. - ■
WANTED— A - * FIIiST~CLASSLIGHT~FniUaTtlKa'
wagon for single hone. Address E SS% Tribune.
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