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CITY KEAE ESTATE.
T. D. BOYD. ROOM 7. 173 MADI-
K Ervand basement stoac-front block, and lot-Hx
P'SrfTdlnl: 4U9\ cast front, im Flfth-av.. halt block
; rent* now S4.U(-0 for wholesale husl
of i tenams. Building cost fOS.tK«J; lot. 534-
tlS.n'-liscaml iKjllrr, $:l.OO. Taxes, S--. 40: Insurance,
‘"S.'lwlll tell this whole properly tor 538.000 ami
t 7S>4<l dwelling and lot or business lot tor part Day
balance CM |t u you will look at this block
*aMO*!!er'fooi—2"lots 1-4x125 each, south front, on
.i.Kon-st.. between Robey and lloync; sscodownon
balance four ycara at S per cent. Property is
Fine piece of business property. lot 25rieo,
rents for Sl.ooo now, on IVabash-av.,
Pvtlorib of Twcnty-secoud-st,
SUM down— looxl6o feet, on corner ot
j!lcul7aa' aT * auil Ellty-thlrd-st, Will sell one lot or
MVant to sell D-room dwelling, bam, and lot2T»xi23.
fl^erhssbath, water, and gas. Just south of Thirty-
HSnd-st!, on Pralrlc-ay. This property will go at a
* s £rtfiec for all cash. We are going to sell this week.
want a good store, and Jot 25x125, on
TivS*£st. between Madison and Monroe? Will sell
a great bargain for cash,
ci sfx>-Si.COO down—l3-room 2-story and basement
k ->t dwelling, and lot 25x125, on Carpenter-sL, be
“•‘rtn Madison and NNashlngton, east front. House
Snot be built for $4.509 now. U’a a bargain.
eJ </jrv-An elegant brown-stone octagon-front brick
barn, and lot 23x130, south front, on West
liuren-su. near Ashland-av. House has every
IvTieraimprovement, and cost SIO,OOO to build five
iR-Taco. It is a grand bargain. You cannot fladauch
elsewhere.
s7 W. COB.
r V LaCIn. a fine lot with east light: G floe residences
be bullion this street, within 1 block, this spring.
Will be a neighborhood of brick and stone-front
>,oa*M. exclusively.
siifr-Aaains-si.. «. w. cor. Lincoln, either of 2 line
mTi. More fine houses have been built near this lately
thS In any neighborhood on the West Side.
‘jJ.fro-Jackson-st., near Lincoln, a fine corner with
p U^“ deaH HOUSES {EAST TERMS),
ci 250-Fark-av., large and complete house, hcantl
mnr finished; good barn; a bargain,
1 cifoo-Good city property in part pay. large house
in fine neighborhood, well rented to good tenants;
irner could occupy either of 8 fine 8-room flat*, in
raWb order; good barn.
*v fcO-i3°s bbunleff-ar., I block from Wentworth
,2 cars: good neighborhood; castfront. tasty cottage,
rtotiWe windows, beautifully grained; Is being putln
fn? order; worth to-day 52,50» cash: pood tenant
inching to star. Call for letter to see It. J. C. MA
SIL. b 3 Washington-* i,
VoITsaLE-THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, BE
r looking to an Eastern party, will be sold at about
Jwivbilf lw value, on terms to suit:
ti 50>— 3*siorj brick 12-room house, 778 Fulton-st.
.^,o—a-story brick, with all modem improve
ment?, 1022 West Adams-st,
ci ajo-Klae 2-story brick, 42i Irrlng-place.
J iW u_3.story marble-front, 651 West Adams-st.
e» 000-3-«ory brick. 422 south JciTerson-st.
cV marble-front, with all modern Im
cwveiccnts. M 39 ITairie-av,
ouo—Elegant marble-front, 1143 Mlchlgan-av.
ciO'>o-3 -story frame, with modem improvements,
TnlrtT-secona-sl.
inittlre of JOHN A, BARTLETT.
Room 23, 162 Washlogtou-st.
fv)R SALE—HOUSES—CHEAP—BY CHARLES P,
f SILYA, Room 4, 92 Washington-*!.
■ifiond 50Hamilion-av.
ij-rjl’ralrje-av.
370.372. 4t, <3, and 103 South Park-av.
46Tdirty-flr*i-st.
a brick bouses on Sixteenth-sl., near Paulina.
Isa2rralrle-av. 3 brick houses on Boweu-ar., very
cheap. 591 and 832 Calumet-av.
s marble fronts at Groveland Park. 2 houses at Al
ulae Square. All the above houses are brick or stone
trusts ami have modern improvements, so and 160
acres, improved, seven miles from Chicago, cheap and
t»sy terms. Buttcrfield-st.. near Thirty-third, 10
rooms, modem Improvements: a bargain.
rxm SALE—NOTICE PARTICULARLY—ADAM S
r gt.. fine location, octagon brick bouse. $5,000.
Monroc-st,, choice locality, 3lxif*J, only $l2O per
loot. Warren-av., choice, south front lot, near Union
Tart 39x125, only sllO per foot, one-quarter cash.
Leavlit-st., very nice brick house, S'-V-ioo. Mouroe
nearLaflln. only Sluo per foot. MadUon-st., cor
serttore, 10t25x125,55,(X0. MadUon-sL. 30feet,with
A 1 house, only $5,00- Jackson-st., a bargain. 1444
Butterfield-st., bouse and lot, cheap. 299 Walnut-sL,
fine frame, 30-foot lot; a sacrifice. Canal-at,. near
polk, only $75 per foot, H, OSBORN & SON, 128 La
£allc-st.
UOB SALE-EXCELLENT STONE-FRuNT RE6I-
J; dencc on corner Wen Washlngton-st., very cheap.
Fine stone-front on Ashland-av., $7,000.
Brick residence. 2 stories and cellar, lot 24x125, fine
location. West Side. $4,000.
Brick residence, fine location, West Side, $3,200.
Fine piece vacant Maduon-st, property near Ash
land-av.. great bargain.
Fine business building on ‘West Madlson-st. renting
for $4.0X1, very cheap. .
tVALLEU BROTHERS. 94 Washlngton-st.
For sale-20i north carpenter, $2. aw. 213
Green-su, $3,200. 9U7 Van Burcn. 5i, 700. 86
ftrk-nv., $5,000. 28 Ffg-sr.. $1,500. 358 West Mad-
Uca and lease only SSOO. 324 Ogden-av., SI,BOO. Two
hijusea, 552 West Washington, $5,000. Three houses
on Carrull-av., near Wood, only $4,000. Stone-fronts
opposite Vernon Park ouly 54.U00. Bargains In West
Suse property by D.P. NEWELL, 188 West Madison.
Fr sale-a bargain-two lots, NEAR COR
ner Webster and Semlnary-svs., $450 each. cash.
Address A 72, Tribune office.
1?0R SALE—OR RENT—A 28-ROOM HOTEL (OR
X will trade for furniture to furnish it). 163 dark
er., near Madison.
FOR SALE-CHEAP HOUSES ON BOWEN-AV.,
near Langley-ar., two-ftorj’and oasement bricks,
furnace, gas-fixtures, bath-room, etc. etc., s3,ouu and
$3,300; easy payments. H. C. MOREY, 95 Clark-st.
FOR SALE-MANUFACTURING SITE 3-400 FEET
corner C., A. & St, L. R. U. and Quarry-st.. with
Archer-av.front,-switch, etc.; 30a feet corner Forty
thlrd-su and Jl. S. R. K.: 100 feet on Wood-st. and
blip, SB.U*). H. C\ MOREY. 95 Clark-st.
FOR SALE-CHEAP RESIDENCE LOTS-50 FEET
Monroe-st. near Latlin; 50 feet Jackson-st. near
Laflla; 45/eet corner Adams and W'ood-sts.: 30 or CO
by iSofcei Adams-st. near Wood; 30 feet W’arren-av.
rear Robey; 30 feet Afbland-av. near Harrison-st., to
fvchMge for-house and lotf srone-ffdnt'feslUbnce
w asaington-st. near Elizabeth; will lake good lota for
eqafty. H. C. MURKY, U 5 Clark-st.
F?P. SALE-SPECIAL BARGAIN IN FIRST-CLASS
business property on.the best part of West HadUon
st paying 10 per cent; price, S4O.UOJ.
Also a store and lot on the best part of South Hoisted*
*t tors7.CT)i*; paying 12per cent.
Also a choice lot on Prairie-ar. for $1,500.
And a comer lot near Stock-Yards for $l5O. See ub
for bargains. EDWIN A. RICE & CO., Boom 6 Meth
odist cuurch Block.
1?OR SALE-TO BUILDERS AND CAPITALISTS—
Wc have for sale 240 feet, cast front, with a depth
of IJS feci to an alley in a good neighborhood, near
Lincoln Park, which can be purchased very low and on
easy terms. Dwellings on It would rent well. A good
piece of clear real estate will be taken ia part payment.
S.H. KEUFOOT & CO., 91 Dearborn-st.
For sale—at a great sacrifice—a fine
2-story and basement brick dwelling and 20t25z
lOGto alley: in central residence location; vicinity of
Water-Works, North Side. Address or call on owner.
Room 15, l34Madson-st.
FOP. SALE-AT A GREAT BARGAIN—A GOOD
10-room cottage on South Side, only $1,500. C.B.
WILSON, Room 11, IS Deafhorn-fct.
■DOR SALE-A LOT FRONTING EAST ON CENTRAL
-T Park. 25x175; a full abstract; s7oocash. H.MOUE,
531 Warren-av.
F)R SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR CLEAR LOTS—
Equity In nice West Side residence. J. JOHNSTON,
dr., UP Fifth-av.
■POU SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR FARM-ANICE
L cottage and lot on Wahash-ar., near Thlrtlcth-sc.
LUMLEY INGLEDEW. IU3 Washfogtoa-st.
For sale-fronts on wentwokth-av,.
near Twemy-fourth-st., from 23 to 123 feet; on
Twenty-fonnh and Boshnell-sts.. between Wentworth
andportland-avs., suitable for bnsincss or dwellings:
will loanm sums of SI,OOO and unwurds for improve
ments in locality. ALEX. BUKtL, owner, etc., 19
Rowland Block.
Fob sale-si,s-x>-G ond business lot on
Statc-st.. near Twenty-fourth; this la certainly very
cheap.
SoOieach—3 lots on. Taylor-st., between Wood and
Lmcoln-sts.; they arc 2451G0 feet, south front, and
within one block of Rush Medical College and street
caie; where can you get a good lot In centre of Chica
go for sju o but therev They are cheap at sl, coo.
T. B: BOYD.
Room 7. naMadison-st.
For sale-house and lot, fremont, near
Centrc-st. cars, cheap: cash or five years lime. M.
U. KLLLEY, 140 Madlson-st-
F)R SALE-MODERN 10-ROOM BRICK HOUSES,
$2,000. $3,000; others, SI,BOO. SI.GbO.SI.OOO, SBOO,
£7oj. JOHN F. EBERUaRT, fit Washlngton-st.^
tfOR SALK—FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS
A lots fronting on Thiny-fifth-st., Calumet and For
est-avs. Lot on Harrtson-st.. near Leavitt. cheap.
JAS.T. YOUNG. lasLaSalle-st., Room 1.
"POR SALE—S2,3OO TAKES IT—THE NEW TWO-
A story i3*room brick house at 156 Evergrecn-av.,
with lot 31x150. JOHN NELSON, 194 Mllwaukee-av.
FOR SALE—THE SOUTHEAST qorneu of for
est-av. and Thlrty-third-si.: et-lendld corner to
uaild on; 82x124 feet; we foreclosed on It, andean sell
cheap; longtime; low interest. JOHN C. LONG.
7i Washlngtou-feL
FU SALE—4OIXBO FEET OS MICHIGAN-AV/i
near Harm on-court; old-fashioned frame bouse
Removed off; omy $12,000, if sold before spring.
C. LONG, 72 Washlugton-st. .
poll SALE—TWO-STOUY AND BASEMENT
a brick, 416 South Oakley-av., near two line*Tiorse
cars, sewer, etc. Will he sold at a sacrifice. K. H.
LOWLAND. 26 Metropolitan Block.
poll SALE-TWO FIXE RESIDENCES IX CHOICE
on avenue. South Side. FARRINGTON
a_HAtK-N£y. lOjWasbfnpton-st.
pOESXLE-I RAVE A BASEMENT COTTAGE
»>«, ?B d two houses and loU. nice location on
oh th v l Side; a first-class brick boose, with barn,
isi ™ D Kr°rth Side, near Lincoln Park, and a neat cot*
on a large and highly ornamental lot at
j-awnoa*®. I intend to sell these places on the present
♦*£». And win make payments to suit. D. W. ELD*
owner, 147 Uandolph-st.. Room 9.
POR SALR-AT A SACIUF.CE FOR CASII-OXE
good work horses, wagon, harness, and one
**f. bu kgyand harness; also my household furniture,
g><tber or separate. 4*3 South Unlon-st.
Wit SALE-CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!—THE FINE
„ *ot southeast corner Ogden-av. and Jaekson-sl.;
« o/£ oau '” s7 feet on Ogdcn-av., 16 feet ou Jackson
rwnG. f. 11 on Hermitage-a v. Cali and see plat. 11, A.
SUBORN. laSLaSallc-st.. Room 4.
"POi*.SALE—oil EACH A N GE—AT A GREAT BAR*
fr pin• 50by JcOfeet. North Scdgwlck-st.; brings at
year; must be sold at once. Address X
7* inbupe office.
pou BALE—WHO WANTS A BAUGAIX IX A
j. j am Ko i ng l 0 j cave me city and will sell
"O House and lot at a great sacrifice? House if) rooms
" fv 0 "? condition; cotm; and «ee lu JoUX O'BIUEN,
IVeatworth-av.
1?9/? £aLe - £ 0 BV 100 FEET. 'WITH BUILDINGS;
* l 18 u cbroep lot, fronting on two business streets,
by ico feet, with a three-story stone-front
the first floor a store. Both places are good
P ro P cr tv. As the owner is moving to Colo-
L? do * 5.® w . 11 * oat cheap. Apply to owner, 243
etatc-st.. Room 23.
POU SALK—4SYIGO FEET ON NORTHWEST COR-
Twn.?£°! Indiuua-av. and Thirty-fourth-st.; also 343
ou niug.it., large house and large lot; will sell cheap
Room 4. tCrm3 ’ Taus - FREEMAN. 120 Randolph-sU,
pOB sale—at a gkeat babgaix. the houses
JJ6antUlssoucUSaagamon*sc., ncarilou
front; small amount of money re*
qcured. Young &SBICEU. Boom 6 Bryan Block.
AND BASEMENT DWELL
ln«aaa*av.t aearTwentr-fourtb’Ct.' •
• }JJ if ct ®b MlcWgan-av., near El/bre . li-st.
corner TWrty-Bcveulli**t,
■niK&rS feet corner of Wallace and Twcnty-llfth-sta.,
suitable for manufacturing purposes. 1
Inquire of GEO. G.' KEWBDUT.
fOB --
;5_, SAI, .^r CHEAP --'- lot os sokthwest
ce “ dUaril '“ t ‘ 6t ’ 381132 Ad '
CITY HEAL ESTATE.
SOBSchIKER RESPECTFULI.T
fk r °* t^,c Public to the following
, whf r h Is to to sold on small payments.
ri nic 7 Interest: The fine business-block
m Flfth-av. Stone-lront
Michlcan-av. and J l:>4 Prairle-av.
llnck dwellings 857 Wabasb-av.; northeast corner
J>resel-boulcvard and Forty>«erenih-st.: 412 and *ll4
uarrou-av.; 8;« and G 29 West Adams-su: TOO West
«}2 ar ®^* st jt 107 and K*>Centre-iiv.; 306Park-av.;2ld.
7*,» « BUd 224 West Thlnecntb-st.; 399 and
401 bouUiLeayict-sL Frame dwellings 205. 810, 832.
1014, and 1066 Mlchlgmn-av.: 800, 831. 1004, and 1015
«alia«h-ar.: 244, 240, and 330 Calumct-ar.; 226 South
iJl rK*ar-; ISBryant-av.; 14 Egn:i-av.; southeast cor*
ncr Forty-scvcnth-st. and Vlncennes-av.: 141 Cottage
Grorc-av.; 978 to 956 South Dcarboro-st., and 1027
Soutlj Ucarborn-st.: 131 Superlor-aU; 332 Hubbard-st.:
mi IN arren-av.; 59 and 159 Walnut-sr-; no and 2**4
Pcspiaiues-Bt.; 117 and Hi) South Jeiferaou-ot.; 104
4Nest Adams-su; 920 and 048 West Washlngton-su; 259
Kwing-au; 70 Sc. JohnVplnce: 179 West Twclfth-st.;
114 and 110 Throop-st.; 97u and 974 West Lakc-st.
I rame dwellings with brick basements 1513 Forty-first
-Bt.; 518 and 520 Warrcn-av. Frame stores and dwell
ings 622 to 630 Cottage Grove-av.: 1433 Wentworth
av.j lojll West Madison-st,; 653, 055. and 657 Blue
JFJand-av. Fine residence at Harenawood and one at
Clarendon Hills.
Unimproved property In various parts of the city for
salt:, ami money loaned to Improve the same at B per
per com interest. Call on or address
• • K. A. WaBFIKD. 133 LaSalle*st
FOB SALK—AT A BARGAIN-HOUSE, LOT, AND
barn; only on a better street than any cast of
Centrc-av. JXP. NE WELL, IS3 Mudison-at.
FOB SALK BENT OB EXCHANGE —BRICK
building, 786 Lake-at. _
FOR SALE-BY GRIFFIN * DWIGHT. BEAL Es
tate Agents, 179 West Washington-st.: House and
lot cast of Halslcd and south of Twelfth. $-<OO. House
and lot on De Kalb-st.. SI,BOO. House and lot on West
Adanus/$2.000. Good building lots on Taylor and other
streets, S.’kWto sßooeach. We have somo rare bar
gains on our books. Cali and get a list.
SUBURBAN RE AU ESTATE,
I?OU SALE-FOU THE PURPOSE OF DISPOSING
; of some of my unimproved properly I will build to
suit as to style and manner of payments on the avenues
In the grove directly east of the depots: one of the most
desirable locations In the county. Apply to XL B.
LEWIS, Englewood.
IX) R SALE-DESIRABLE BRICK DWELLINGS
. and choice lota at summerdale (North Ravens
wood): lake water; 7c fare: cash customers morally
dealt with; oono others sought, R, GREER, 10G Mon
roe-st.
FOR SALK-RENT, OR EXCHANGE-HOUSES.
Jots and acres at Hinsdale: the highest and best
suburb of Chicago, o; J. STOUGH, 123 Dearborn-st.
T?OR SALK—OK EXCH ANGE—FINE RESIDENCE
X and grounds at Hyde Park, near depot. Address
H 33. Tribune office.
For sale-beautiful half-acre garden
'spot on Fffty-nlnrb-st. for $203; look at It. ED
WIN A-RICH & CO.. iu7 South Clark-st. • .
COUNTRY REAXi ESTATIic
For sale—phil sheridan very truly said,
“Thu gold Is in the Black Hills. '* 1 have been appoint*
cd agent, with full power to sell $250,000 worth of the
Sl,Oun.ooo capital stock of the “Ida Grey Mining
Company,” and ask simply to be heard by common*
sense men, and If the offer [a not a safe one. and there
is not a fortune In It, then all tne Indications of nature
are false. The Company has Prof. Carl c. Zeus, the
well-known Assistant state Geologist, of fifteen years*
standing in Michigan and Missouri, as its practical
head. He has devoted two years (being one of the
pioneers In the Black Hills) to a careful, rigid stud/
of the gold-bearing veins near Dead wood, and, with
several other hard-working, practical men, has secured
United Stales patent to twelve rich gold lodes lying
from 2to OMi miles from the city. The principal lode Is
the “American flag” lode, which Isacontlnuatlou of
the famous “ Faiherde Sm’et” mine, for which wealthy
Calhornlans paid Sl.uw.ooo cash last year, and which
is working at Immense profit, and has the finest bo*
stamp mill in the world.—so said by experts. I have the
assavs of this and all the other lodes, vaning from $s
to $75 per ton, and averaging sls. One choice piece of
quartz assayed over ss,txw to the ton, but do not claim
It represents tv fair average, yet It proves there is as
rich quartz In the lode as the world produces. There
arc no less than seven valuable water-powers on the
Company’s property, and some village property in Gar
den City. Everything is clearer incumbrance. What
1 am empowered to do Is to secure a 20-stamp mill,
which Is offered us by Frasier & Chalmers. H 5 Faiton
st„ Chicago, for SU.huo. and simply funds enough to
begin the work of milling, which In all cannot exceed
$25.000 to $30,000. I do not want a dollar advanced
until the party appoints an expert and goes with Prof.
Zeus and personally secs and tests every statement
made; then when he is totally convinced of Itsgeau-
Inc wealth, lam empowered to contract and deliver
the whole £250, uoo stock for the single conaitleraiion
of aiding the Company to a mill and a send-off, which
will enable them to secure the great wealth actually lu
sight. Remember it Is all free milling ore, and Prof.
Zeus guarantees It to be crushed and milled and the
gold nmlu bars for $3.50 per ton. Over too tops of
rich ore now out on the dump, ready for milling. All in
corporation papers, patents, maps and plats, assays,
specimens of ore. etc., are in my hands, and every de
tail desired I cau furnish to the absolute satisfaction of
any living, sensible man. All capable Judges know
chat Che gold-quartz veins of the Black Hills arc ex
ceedingly rich, and, while a day-laborer cannot go there
and by physical power extract the gold locked In the
Hills add come home a millionaire, yet all agrce'that a
moderate capital and practical mining knowledge arc
sufficient to secure many a fortune. This Is straight
“horse-sense.” and no Idle talk, and no man can ask
a more reasonable offer than 1 here make. All I want
Isa practical business-man.'or number of men. who
have the means, and, if they are not fully and absolutely
satisfied that u is a safe and InvitingtUid fur a fortune.
I will pay their railroad fare to the Hills and back.
The stock covers the whole twelve patents, mill-sites,
water-powers, village lots, timber, etc., and If you
will place yourself in correspondence with me, and
mean business, 1 will open to any good man a rare
chance to a fortune. For all further details address
J. E. BURTON. Geneva Lake, Wl*.
For sale-os exchange for city prop
erty—l 7 acres, with fruit, crapes, and good im
provements at Benton Harbor, Mich.: suitable for milk
farm, running water, good market: SI,OOO per year
ovbr living can be made. M. C. KELLEY, 146 Madison.
T?OR SALE—AT A SACRIFICE—IMPROVED FARMS
X in McHenry County, 111., SO. 150, and 240 acres.
Apply.to CHAS; S. WILSON, 34. Reaper Block, 07
Clark-st.
FOR SALE—S3,7OO. 17-ACRE FARM, ALL UNDER
fence and plow, good orchard, and 9-room two-story
framed dwelling: everything In good order, within 2
blocks of depot, iu Park Kldgfe. 12 miles from Court-
House in Chicago: this Is certainly a grand chance for
some one who wants a nice home In sight of Chicago;
$2.G00 down. T. 1L BOYD. Room 7. 179 Madlson-st.
For sale-or rent-a splendid business
house and lot in one of the finest towns in the
West; best location in town. Call on or address s.
GALLAtiIiEK, Lamed. Kansas.
T?OR SALE-A SMALL PARTLY IMPROVED FARM
X S 3 miles from Chicago, very cheap. Also 40 acres
worth Si.ooo for sale at Soso. 16J acres in Cass County,
la,, and 160 acres with timber, water, house, orchard,
team, wagon, cow, hogs, etc.. In Eastern Kansas for
$1,210. M. O. DOWD, 77 and 7i) Olark-st., main floor.
For sale—for cash—farm 20 miles from
■Keokuk. lowa, 80 acres improved. J, L. OURTiS,
No. 190Dearbom-st.
FOR SALE-SOME OF THE BEST HARD-WOOD
land in Traverse Bay section, Mich., at bottom
S rices, 1.000 acres In all; make me an oiler. Address
; 22, Tribune office.
P'OR SALE—SPLENDID FARM OP 400 ACRES IN
Monroe County, Mo- Large 2-story frame bouse;
large orchard of all kinds of fruit ; finely fenced;
beautiful tract, and offered at the greatly reduced price
of iS6. OuO. Several smaller farras at great bargains.
B. U. ROWLAND. 26 Metropolitan Block.
I7OR RALE—BY J. H. KEELER, 103 CLARK-ST.:
; 60 acres 3 mil.** east of Lincoln. Neb.
120-acre farm cast of Houston, Tex.; new*house,
sheds, and stable, only s3cu. .
FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-FARM (IMPROVED)
of 40 acres near Lake Station. Ind.: only SI.HCO;
Sood.land, and cheap. D. P. NEWELL. 183 West
ladisuo-st.
KEAIi ESTATE WANTED.
WANTED-BY GRIFFIN & DWIGHT. REAL Es
tate Agents, corner Washington and Ilalsted-sts.
The care of real estate a specialty; renting and col
lecting: real estate bought and sold: taxes paid: loans
negotiated; correspondence with non-resident owners
solicited. References;—Home National Bank: Befdler
Lumber Co.: M. A. Hoync, of Culver. Page, Hoync &
Co.; P,;A. Uoyne; T. M. Avery.
WANTED— A TWO-STORY HOUSE, WITH LOT.
east of State-st., for $3.500 or less, upon easy
payments. Address Room G Bryan Block, !7o LaSalle.
WANT KD-TO ~BUY~CHEArFOnr CASH 20 TO GO
feet cast of Clark, south of Chicago-av., and
north of llllnols-st. Address Y4T, Tribune office.
TTTANTED—CHOICE CHICAGO EQUITIF.S LOW
VV for cash; must give particulars. Y 71, Tribune.
WANTED-A DWELLING-HOUSE IN GOOD
neighborhood; West Side preferred; must be a
bargain; price not to exceed SH,S«iO; must give price,
location, and full particulars to have attention. Ad
dress V GS. Tribune office.
WANTED— 50 FEET ON MICHIGAN-AV., BE
tweeu Thirty-first and Thlrty-flfth-sls. Address
Y 72, Tribune office.
Ttf ANTED—HOUSE AND LOT IN GOOD REST
>V dent locality for aboutS3.ooocash. Address T 9,
Tribune office.
WANTED-ON THE NORTH SIDE, WELL Lo
cated. a good brick house of two stories; must he
cheap for cash; give full particulars. Address Y” 34,
Tribune office.
TITANTRD-TO IUIV A FARM OF 20 TO ftO ACHES
M withinr*omiles of Chicago: give full description,
with best terms. Address V 36, Tribune office.
WANTED— TO BUT—A WELL-BUILT 2-STOUT
brick bouse situated bctwecn-ilulstcd and Robey,
Vaußurcn and Lakc-sts., worth about $4,000; will pay
part cash, part la pood clear lot; give description and
location if you want attention. Address J W, 271
Forguer-st.
AX , T ANTED—TO PDRCIIASB—A FARM SOME
>V place close to Chicago. Address A 24, Tribune.
WANTED— TO PURCHASE FOR GASH-SMALL
farm, choice land, well Improved, within I mile
of a town, schools, ami churches, and within 100 miles
of Chicago; give full description, location, and price.
Address for four days A 42. Tribune office.
WANTED-GOOD RESIDENCE LOTS 2"* OR fiO
feet south of Divlslon-st.. east of Wells-sL, for
cosh: slate location and lowest price. Address A 37.
Tribune office.
WANTED— THREE CHOICE PIECES OF IM
proved city property worth from Sa.uOO to Ss.u»K>
each: princloalaoulr need respond: muet he bargains.
CHARLES.!. HAINES & CO.. Fidelity Safe Deposit
ory. ' 143 Randolph-at.
WANTED— WE HAVE SEVERAL CUSTOMERS
for good residences worth $3,000 to $6,000. not
too far out. and a special inquiry for* a residence at
about $3,000 in Che neighborhood of Peoria ami Van
Bureu-sts. E. R. nORD&CO., Room C. 106Fiflh-av.
XX7 ANTED—FOR CASH—HOUSE AND LOT WORTH
»» $3,000 to $4,000, oa'Wcst or North Side, in good
locality. J. B. SHERWOOD. 70State-st.
WANTED— FOR ALL CASH-A HOUSE (NOT IN
block), on North Side; about s4.t<oo: givede
scrlpiiou. Address Y 92, Trloune office.
titanted-first-class property worth
• V $15,000. Will pay »ome cash and first-class malt
bouse doing a good business, as 1 wish to retire. Ad
dress A 40. Tribune office.
AIT - ANTED—A FIRST-CLASS TWO-STOUY AND
f > basement brick or scone-front dwelling, with
barn, and Jot not less than 25x125. House must he 25
feet front and all modern improvements. Will pay all
cash from $5, too to SsuiO. Will owners who want to
sell Please call? West Side preferred. T. B. Bo YD.
Boom 7,17 b Madlson-at.
CAST Oil- CLO'n22;\ii.
A CARD TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'
of Chicago—Don’t belraposed upon by parties mis
representing tne prices they payfor c-m-olt clothing.
WebuycoatsatSatoSlS. pants atSstoS6. overcoats
atr?slo£3ot‘Udlej*"dressca's6 to S3O; miscellaneous
goods and carpets ab highest prices. I’lsmo wanted.
Addrew or call In person. J. DEYOUNG. 398 State-st.
on;| STATE-ST. PATS THE HIGHEST CASH
o«7“at price for ladles’ and peats’ cast-ort clothing:
Orders bv'msll promptly attended to. Address AIK. or
ilitS. ANDREWS.
THE CHICAGO TKIBUIfE: SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1879-SIXTEEN PAGES.
TO iIEIVT—HOUSES#
West Side*
TO RENT—FURNISHED COTTAGE ON TIIIK
ty-tlrst-st S2O
Furnished house on Vernou-av., near Twenty
nlmh-st ". 35
Three-story and basement marble-front on Indlaua
av.. near Twenty-fourth-st
225 irermltaee-av., 8-room house. with barn 20
Parties having bouses to rent can find tenants by
leaving them ut my office, as there Is now a fair de
mand, GEO. G. NEWBURY,
•_ 164 LaSalle-st.
rPO RENT—STONE-FRONT RESIDEXCES-
X No. 35 Indlana-av.,.16 room*, barn, etc.
No. HfW Indlana-av., steam warmed,hardwood finish.
No. 092 Wabasb-av., furnaec. gas fixtures, etc., J l
rooms.
B. W. THOMAS & CO.. 132LaSalle-st.
r VO RENT—COTTAGE 902 WEST MADiS()N-ST., G
JL rooms, gas and water. B. NV. THOMAS & CO-.
132 LaSalle-st,
fPO RENT-695 WEST MUNROE-ST.. TWO-STORY
JL and basement brick home. In good condition.
GEORGE MILLS ROGERS, 81 Clark-3L, Room 32.
rj\o .BE
- . —NT-SJ2 PE It MONTH—FIXE Tn*o-STOR T
brick: houses, 424 Irriiiff-pJace and 13 FllJmore-st.;
Sh, second uoor 10 Ilarvaru-st.: Sli two-story frame.
30 Uarvard-su Inquire at au Westcru-av.
f PO RKNT-TIIE LOWER PARI' OK 770 CARROLL
av-. with good barn. $12.50 per month. C. B.
WILSON, Room 11, 05 Dcarborn-at.
rpO RE.NT-A PLEASANT HOUSE OFTEN BOOMS
L In the West Division; some carpets and furniture
for sale; possession given on or before March t. Apply
to C. K. BLACKALL. 71 Bandolph-St.
rpO BEST—A GOOD BOARDING-HOUSE IN GOOD
*. location on the West Side, near Van Buren-st.
cars. FARRINGTON & HACKNEY, 103 Washing
ton -st.
r pO RENT-HOUSE WITH 10 ROOMS. HOT AND
X cold water, with closets; rent to a good tenoaut
_Apply at 120 South Samramon-st.
TO RENT-TENEMENT OF SEVEN BOOMS
cheap to right party; reference required. Inquire
at 242 South Grcen-st.
r PO BENT—BY GRIFFIN & DWIGHT. HEAL ES
-1 tatc aud House Bentlng Agents. 170 West Wash
ihgton-st.—A well-furnished house, with all modern
Improvements, West Side, east of Asbland-av. Want
a small family; no boarders.
South Side*
TO RENT—FURN ISHED COTTAGE OF SIX ROOMS
on Thlrty-flrst-st,, by GEORGE G. NEWBURY.
1 04 LaSalle-st,
rpO RENT—S2S PER MONTH, FINE TWO-STORY
X and basement frame house, 182 Thlrty-second-st,
All modern Imnrovemcots.
r fO RENT—TWO STORY AND BASEMENT OCTA-
I. gon-front brick houses. In first-class order. No. 107
Khodes-av.: will be rented cheap. Inquire of 11. E.
CROSBY, atJ.V. Farwcll & Co.’s.
r pO RENT-NEW 10-ROOM HOUSE ON PRAIRIE
.I . aV., near ThJrty-nlnih-st...'alL.7uodorn improve
ments, with barn. S3O per month. GEO. A. SPUING
KB, 69 Dearbora-st.
r PO KENT-FURNISHED HOUSE NO, ICB2 WA
-1 baah-av., north of Thlrty-second*»t. No. mODcar
born-st. J. L. CURTIS.
r PO RENT—NO. *132 COTTAGE GKOVE-AV., NEAR
X Thlrty-flrst-st. B. W. THOMAS &JX)., 132 LnSallt^
RENT—THE3-STOUY AND BASEMENT BRICK
X building 433 Wabash-av., la rooms, with modern
improvements. Apply to D. HORTON. Room ll Reaper
Block.
fPO RENT-HOUSE CONTAINING ALI MODERN
1 Improvements and in good condition: partly fur
nished: on South Side avenue near Twcntv-slxth-st.;
owner will take rent In-board and allow a few desirable
boarders. Address A 06. Tribune ofilce.
TV or tli Side*
'po RENT-ON BKLDEN-AV., NORTH SIDE. FUR
-1 nlshcd bouse of nine rooms, yard attached, unit
May and after. Price low. Address X l«, Tribune.
'pO RENT-NICE io-ROOM BRICK HOUSE NEAR
1. Lincoln Park: all conveniences; good neighbor
hood; rent low, C. S. WALLER, 41 Clark-st., Room
rpO RENT-ELEGANT THREE-STORY AND BASE-
X mem marble front house with subcellar under
neath and barn In rear, 426 yorth Statc-st., with all
modern improvements. E. S. DREVER Sc CO., 98
Dearborn-st.
rpO RENT-RESPONSIBLE TENANT CAN RENT
X comuletcly furnished hrovrn stouc house. 13 rooms,
on Dearborn-av. reasonable. AddrcssA 13, Tribune.
miscellaneous*
TU RENT-HOUSES-BY E. A. CUMMINGS & CO.,
134 LaSalle-st., corner of Madison:
264 Ashland-av., stone front, 14 rooms, gas fixtures,
||26S Ashland-av., stoue-frontbrick,barn, furnace.etc.
64 Union Park-place, 2-story and basement stone
front, 9 rooms. $25.
138 Ashland-av., sear ilooroe-st., stone front, 14
rooms, barn, Ac.
SloCblcaco-av., ncarScate-at.. 3-story stone front,
finest location in the cltr. only SSO per month.
4and 0 Vlneennes-place, 2-story bricks, 10 rooms.
281 Vernon-av., 2-story and basement brick dwelling;
furnace, hot and cold water.
All tenants holding leases from this office expiring
May I, 1579. and who desire to retain possession of the
same pi cutises for another year, will please call at once.
E. A. CUMMINGS & CO-, 134LaSallc-st.
rpu KENT—TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT HOUSE;
X good neighborhood; low* rent. Will sell or trade
furniture for vacant lot: furniture fim-claw; good op
portunity for one desiring to go to housekeeping. In
qulre at 40 South Canni-su. up-stalrs.
Suburban*
rpO RENT-SALE, OR EXCHANGE FOR CHICAGO
A property, block ot two brick stores nearly new, 2Jx
SO feet each,finely finished with elegant hall over both.
This property is located In the Town of Delavan, 30
miles southwest of Bloomington, at the Junction of the
C.. A. & St. L. and P.. L. Sc D. Railroads, being one of
the most fertile and prosperous sections of Illinois.
Will rent very cheap to a responsible party who will
put In a good stock. AddressC. W. GREENE. 314 Erie.
r ro rent—at kenwood—furnished house,
X 12 rooms, modern conveniences; barn with horse
and carriage; pleasant grounds with trees; beautiful
view of lake. Address with full name Ya. Tribune.
rpO KENT—OK FOll SALE ON EAST TERMS —A
X house of 8 rooms, large lot. at Hyde Park. Kent
$lO. A. GOODRICH. 1*24 Dearborn-si.
TO RENT-FLATS,
"West Side*
TO RENT—TWO-STORY HOUSE AND BARN. 1184
West Adama-gt sls. M. C. BALDWIN i CO..
78 Dearhorn-st.
rpO "RENT—FLAT OF 8 FINE ROOMS, GROUND
t floor, $8 per inohth. No. 275 Wcstcrn-av., half
block from Van Bureu-st. cars.
South Side*
rpO RENT— SIN-ROOM FLATS AT 322 STATE-ST.
X W. WALLER. 41 Ciark-st., Room 11.
rpo RENT—AT 23 EAST HARRISON-ST., TWO
J. nicciy-fumUhed front rooms, with all modern con
veniences.
rpo REST-FLATS FOR HOUSEKEEPING AT 297
JL Wabash-av., modem improvements, lowrent,con
vcnicat location. F. A. STEVENS, 31 Dearborn-ct.
jVortU Siae*
TO BENT-2 BEAUTIFUL 7-UOOM FLATS, WITH
all modern improvements. 116 North Clark-at.
SliscoUaneecsi
rpO RENT—CHOICE FLATS 2. 4, AND 6 ROOMS,
JL West and South Sides. D. W. STORKS 94 Wash-
Ington-st.
70 RENT-ROOMS*
*Vcs»t Sidoi
rpo RENT-ROOMS IN THE BEST LOCATIONS
1 on the West Side, furnished or unfurnished, cn
suite or single, to reliable people only. No charge to
tenants.
ROOM-RENTING AND BOARDING EXCHANGE,
ROOM S TRIBUNE BUILDING.
rpo RENT—ROOM—WELL-FURNISHED, WARMED
X —for two persons. All first-class. 41 Carpenter
si., near Washington.
rpo RENT-TWO FRONT ROOMS, NICELY FUR-
X nlshcd, to one or two gentlemen. In a strictly prl
vate family of two. Price Sio. 150 West Twclfth-st.
rpo RENT-SUITE OF 3 FRONT ROOMS SUITA-
X ble for housekeeping, with bath-room, ho: water,
etc. 541 West Madlson-st.
rpo RENT-FOUR ROOMS ON THE SECOND AND
X six on third floors. 087 Madlson-st. Sealey, Fidel
ity Depository,_betweeniljiudl2.
rpo RENT-153 SOUTH GREEN-ST., BETWEEN
X Adams and Jackson—Nicely furnished rooms, with
modem conveniences.
rpO RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, WELL TAKEN
X care of. only Si per week. Apply to JOHN DAVIS,
208 West Lakc-st. .
TO RENT—PARLOR FLOOR, 5 ROOMS, IN GOOD
order. 159 Ccutre-av.
fpO RENT—FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, WITH OR
X wlthoutbbard, to two gentlemen. 231 West Wash
lngton-si. *
rpo RENT—NICELY* FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
X at 12 South Anu-sr.
TO RENT—22J OGDEN-AV.-A NICELY FUR
nlshed Trout chamber U? gentlemen; use of bath
room: hoc aud cold water and gas: unquestionable ref
erences required. Can sec room Sunday afternoon.
rpO KENT—AT 420 WEST MADISON-ST., NORTH-
X cast corner of Tbroop. d or 3 rooms suitable for
housekeeping, with bath, hot and cold water; first fiat
front rooms.
/’po’RENT—IC OGDEN*AV.. PARLOR FLOOR AND
X suite of other rooms, all handsomely furnished;
modern conveniences, bath, water, gas, etc.
rpo'ItENT—NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
X every convenience, MadUoa-si.,near Bishop-court.
Address i> ILTriouneottlee. J
rpo RENT—LARGE FRONT PARLOR, SUITABLE
X for gentleman and wife or two gentlemen. 135
West Mouroe-sc.
Soutii Side*
TO BENT-ROOMS IN THE BEST LOCATIONS
on the South Side, furnished or unfurnished, en
suite or single, to reliable people ouly. No charge to
tenants.’ -
ROOM-RENTING AND BOARDING EXCHANGE.
ROOM 3 TRIBUNE BUILDING.
rpOBEXT—SI.SO PER WEEK—NICELY FURNISH*
X ed rooms to gentlemen only; transient gentlemen
taken t free warm sitting-room attached. 37t> State-st.
rpo BENT-FURNISHED FRONT ALCOVE ROOM
i on Mlchigan-av.. in private family; references re
quired. Address Y 57, Tribune office.
rpo BENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOB
X sleeping and housekeeping. 454 Wabash-av.
TO RENT-441 MICHIGAN-AV.-NICE, FURNISH
ed bed-room, suitable for one or two young men;
hot and cold water: references exchanged.
rpo RENT—37 TWENTY-FIfTH-ST., ON PARLOR
X floon-Fdur rooms, furnished complete for house
keeping '
rpo BENT—FRONT ROOM. NICELY FURNISHED.
X. for two gentlemen or gentleman and wife, at 375
State-st. ' •
rpo KENT—IU> STATE-ST.—WARM. COMFORT-
X. able rooms; rates. $2 and $3 per week. -
rpo BENT-A PLEASANT. UNFURNISHED ROOM
X on Wabash-av., near Twelfth-st.; cheap to a lady
or gentleman wlUi guod'refercnces. B 38. Tribune.
rj»Q RENT—CHEAP—FURNISHED • ROOMS WITH
I or without board. Apply at Boom 5, No. lay
Fraakiin-st., or ar the Irving Mouse. '
TO REXT-fUUXISUED UOOMS AT 41 SOUTH
ClarJc-st., opposite Sherman House.
rpO RENT-VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS, FUR*
1 nlshed and unfurnished. Apply at Room 15, 4S and
4a South Clark-*!., adjoining Shennan House.
TO RENT-BOOMS CORNER STATE AND UAR
rlson-sts. Apply to I*. O NEILL, or Janitor.
TO KENT—A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SUITE
of front rooms. So. 43 Ease Van Buren-et., be*
tween State-at. and Wabasb-ar. Inquire at Flat 1.
rpo RENT-*NICHLYFDBNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE
JL or en suite: rent low.' 193 East Washington-st.,
Room 21.'
TO RENT—ROOITSS#
SoutU Side—Continued*
TO RENT—No. 21 F-AST HARRISON-ST,—A FEW
newly-furnished rooms, en suite or slDglc-$1.50,
$2.00, and S:t3o per week.
'PO RENT—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS-604 WA-
L hash-ar.: one a second-floor rear room with private
bath-room, hot and cold water; the other a third
floor room, ncwlv painted and papered.
f pO RENT-WELL-FUIINISIIED ROOMS, FRONT
X and back, at 1024 Pralrle-av., near Twenty-second
st., to good parties only.
rpO RENT TWELVE FURNISHED ROOMS.
X Furniture for sale If desired. No. 410 South State.
n ’O'beXT— 17 "east iiabrison-st.— nicely
-1 furnished soath-front room or suite of rooms.
f pO RENT-278~ MICHIGAN-AV.. NIC ELY FU B -
X nUbcdlameandsinallrooms.siDgleorcnsuite; also
largcfront parlor unfurnished.
fpO RENT-A LARGE ALCOVR ROOM AT 119
x Twenty-tlrst-st., between Wabash and Mlchl
gan-avs.
TO' RENT—SIX BOOMS AND CLOSETS AT 1044
rpO RENT— A LARGE. NICELY-
X furnished room; private family. 472 Wabaah-ar.
Pfortli Side*
TO RENT—ROOMS IN THE BEST LOCATIONS
on the North Side, furnished or unfurnished, en
suite and single, to reliable people only. No charge to
tenants.
ROOM-RENTING AND BOARDING EXCHANGE,
ROOM 3 TRIBUNK BUILDING.
rpO RENT—FOR sib-A LIGHT, DRY. SIX-ROOM
X basement flat; bath, closet, bowl, &c.; near Lin
coln-av. cars: rooms at $4 to sl2 per month. CHAB.
N. HALE. 153 Bandolph-st.
TO BENT-176 NORTH FRANKUN-ST., SECOND
and third floors, 6 rooms, sls; also small barn, rear
117 Iml(aua-at.. S 3. J. H. THOMPSON. 32 Republic
Life Building.
TO RENT—2'tfJ ERIE-ST., IN A PRIVATE
a furnished room suitable for one or two gentle
men ; references required.
rpORF.NT-271 ONTARIO-ST.—PRIVATE FAMILY
X having front alcove, nicely furnished, would like
to rent to pleasant party; references exchanged.
rpO BENT—AT D 1 DEARBOUN-ST.-A LARGE
x front room, with gas and closet.
rpO BENT—TWO FRONT BOOMS IN A FINE OC-
X tagon stone-frout, with ufc of bath, with or with
outboard, in private family, near park. Norm Side;
prefer a couple, il ati. Tribune office.
rpO RENT—277 EAST' INDIAN A-ST.-NICELY
1 furnished rooms, with beat and gas, at reasonable
•rates. , _
nf»o BENT-GO DEARBORN-AV.—A HANDSOME-
L Jy-furnlihed extension room on parlor floor; grate,
hot amt cold water, closet, etc. Also double room on
second floor, with same conveniences, and single room.
T~ OI^ENT—2S7 EAST!NDTANA-ST.—NICELY-FDR
nishen alcove room, suitable for two or tbreo
gentlemen.
rPO RENT—NICELTF ORNISHED FRONT PARLOR
A for sleeping room; also rooms on second floor.
Private family. No. 107
fPO RENT—A SUITE OF TWO NICE FRONT
I r«ome furnished for $lO per month. Coll at iso
Superior-st,. pear La Salle.
ITlisceliaueous.
TO RENT—ROOMS AND APAUTMENTS-BY E. A.
CUMMINGS & CO., 134 LaSalle-st..corner Madison:
231 LaSnlle-st., very pleasant suite of 4 rooms oppo*
site Grand Pacific.
Corner Adams and Ctark'Sts.. Porter Block, elegant
suites of 2 and 3 rooms just finished.
243Stute-st., elegant suites in Tobey Building.
242 Stute-st.. second floor, large Pleasant room.
4n and 47 Thlrd-av., one suite, three rooms, $4.
411 aud-ll3State*st., suites of two and three rooms.
7C3jtf Wahash-av., near Slxteenth-st., second floor.
2i»7 to3ol West Randolph-st., very pleasant; flats of
5 rooms sl3 and sls.
507 to 515 West Aladisoa-st., very fine rooms, tingle
or en suite.
201 West Madisou-sr., corner Carpenter, In marble
front, suite of four rooms.
242 South Morgan-sc., rooms fa second story, bath,
759 West Madlson-st., twp front rooms, closets, $7.
194 Mthvaukee-ar.. stone-front, second floor, six
rooms. sl6.
737 to 745 West Mad Don-st., stone front, corner Lin
coln , very pleasant flats of 7 rooms each, bath, etc.
207 to 515 West Mad Don-at., formerly Bishop Court
Hotel, large fine dining-room.
All holding leases from this office expiring
May l. 1.470, and who desire to retain noMcsslon of the
same premises for another year, will please call at once.
K. A. CUMMINGS & CO., 134 LaSalle.gt.
fpO RENT-WITH OK WITHOUTBOARD-A FRONT
X alcove room in a private family, living in a good
neighborhood. Terms reasonable. Address A 88,
Tribune otlice.
tpO RENT—TO QUIET TRANSIENTS, HANDSOME-
X ly furnished rooms; central: $1 per day. Address
B 29, Tribune office..
rp ORENT—A HANDSOME ALCOVE FRONT ROOM”
X furnished, with hot and cold water, gas, fire, etc.,
use of barn. Would give board if parties desired.
Everything homelike. Address A 18. Tribune office.^
J-OREXT-STOBES, OFFICES, Ac.
Stores*
TO RENT-STORES. BY E. A. CUMMINGS & CO.,
134 LnSallo-au, corner Madison:
233 South Watcr-st., large store, floe location for
commission bouse.
2.H and 238 LoSailc-st., opposite Grand Pacific Hotel,
two good stores.
47 Thlrd-av.. near Van Buren-s£, brlckstore. sls.
8C West Wai'hlngton-at.. brlckstore, very cheap.
163 North Haistcd-st., good store very reasonable.
597& West Lake-st.. store near Ellznoelh-st., cheap.
741 West Madisou-st., corner Lincoln, elegant store
in marble front block.
56 West Lake-st., uear Clinton, with rooms above.
AU tenants holding leases from tills office expiring
May l, 1879. and who wish to retain possession of the
same premises for another year, will please call at once.
E. A. CUMMINGS CO., 134 LaSulle-st.
'PO RENT-A DESIUABIA' LOCATED STORE, IN
X a live business city ndar Chicago. Address M,
Tribune office.
r PO RENT-STORE, 08 sA ND 70 WABASH-AV.,
X front Wabash-av. and Dearborn Parle, 48x180.
WM, 11. WOOD, 31 Dcarbom-av.
rpO REST—DOUBLE STOKE. HR AND 38 RIVER-
X st. i. P, COATES, or» Vr&shlngtpn-su
rj'O KENr—TENANTS - WANTK DFO 1Z FOUR AND
X five-story buildings on.. Canal, .near Madlson-st..
built for wholesale purposes, adapted to any large busi
ness; 40.0u0 square feet dour room in each. Kent low.
and ou long time. P. W. GATES, 53 Canal-st.
rfO RENT-STORE NORTHEAST CORKER OF MON-
X roe and Clark-sts. from May 1. Also other stores
near comer. Apply at Room r> above store.
TO RENT-STORE WITH LIGHT DRY BASE
ment. No. 511 West MaUlsou-at. A. GOODRICH.
134 Dearborn-st. * V
fPO RENT-STORE, AND FIXTURES FOR SALE
X cheap: the best location la city for recall dry goods.
Address A GO, Tribune ollice.
KENT—STORES NOS. 120 AND 123 FRANKLIN
i st.; choice location for wholesale trade; uossession
May i. Also, No. 13U Frauklin-st., three doors from
Madison; water elevator sin both. FARRINGTON &
IIACKSEV. 105 Washlugtun-st,
T»0 RENT-SOUTH WATER-ST.. ONE-HALF OR
I. all of one of the largest and best stores on south tide
of the aired, oetyveca LaSalle and State, from Feb. 1,
at very low price. Address Y 73, Tribune otllce.
rPO RENT-STORE ON STATE-ST., NEAR MADI-
X son. vrlth free use of entire fixtures, from March l
toOct. 1. Address A7B, Tribune ollice.
rpo RENT—JOG STATE-ST.. NICE FLAT OF 4
X rooms. 503 State-st., fine little store cheap.
575 state-st., large brick store and basement.
577 State-st., store suitable for dry-goods, etc.
Apply at 133 Last Twclfth-st.
Offices*
rpo KENT-A WELL-FURNISHED FRONT OFFICE
X oa Washlngton-at., between Laßnlle and FlftU-av.,
south side of street; will sell furniture cheap: posses
sion any time this month or on Ist of March: rent low,
and lease can be had from May I for a year; the loca
tion U very desirable for a gram commission business.
Address A 3d. Tribune ofllec.
q'6 RENT—THE ELEGANT OFFICE UNDER TRE-
J. mont House, corner Lake and Dearborn-sis.
No. 33 Dearborn-st.
Store Noa. 68 and 70 Wabash-av.
WILLIAM 11. WOOD, 31 Dearboan-at.
TK) RENT-SUITABLE FUR DOCTOR OR DENTIST
X —Ufllces in 63 Raudolph-st. S. R. HAVEN, Room
10, 131 Clark-st.
Docks and Taras*
TO RENT—A DOCK dIOXAW OK SOUTH BRANCH
at C., A. & St. L. K. R. bridge. Apply at 771 Ar
cher- av.
r rO RENT—THE DOCK CORNER FIFTH-AV. AND
X Polk-st.; 300 feet on river by 4ix> feet dect. H. A.
GOODRICH, 78 Dearborn-st.. Room ».
miscellaneous*
'HO RENT-57 AND 53 WEST WATER-ST., BE-
X tween Madison aud Washington, new building,
rooms for manufacturing purposes, with or without
power, $lO aud upward; 33 aud 33 Randolph-st., 3d
lloor, with or without power. E, A. CUMMINGS &
Co.. 134 LaSalle-at., cornerof Madison. ~ •
rpO UENT-CHEAP-GRAIN WAREHOUSE OF
X * 10,000 bushels capacity, with tools lor cleaning
wheat or barley. Address X i7,_TrlbuneJoflice.
'PO RENT-FARMS OF 40 TO J»» ACRES AT KINS
-1 dale, 16 miles from CUlcapu, Just right for dairy
business, to S 3 per acre, O. J. STOUGii, 123 Dear
bor«-st. '
rpO~RENT-SMALI, SUBURBAN FARM, PLEAS-
X ant location near station: suitable for yegetaoloa,
dairy, or poultry tarm. Address X 5. Tribune office.
rpo REKT-SSo'MICIIIQAN-AV.. 3-sfoHV and
X basement, 15 rooms; store and basement 26 1 South
Water-st.; G-room tenement’-•Jo Lake-st.; 3 ami 5 room
tenements comer Menomonee and Hammond-sts. a.
D. HYDE, I2fl Dcarbom-st., itoom 10.
rpO KENT—CORNER BASEMENT, FURNISHED
X with pool-tabic and other fixtures, cheap to a good
party. D. I*. NEWELL. I*B West Madlsou-st.
rpo KENT-GOOD FARM. Gu ACRES.? MILESOUT;
X gdoa nouse, barn, crib.' well, cistern, and orchard;
JgdOu. INGERSOLL. 275 West Monruc-st.
rpo RENT-ENTIRE BUILDING AG EAST LAKE-
X st.« and stores, basement*, office and huusekee'ptuic
rooms on South Clark-sU Apply to MALCUM Mc-
NEILu. 224 South Clark-St. ' '
rpO KENT—A 28-ROOM HOTEL. LOCATED AT'l6B
X Clark-st., near Madison: would trade for furniture
to furbish it. Call at RW Clark-st.»
rpo KENT—I HAVE AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
X trout room, with piano, will rent reasonably to
quiet parties any afternoon or evening. Address il 15,
Tribune office: ■ "
Wantkd-to”rent-bV"a lady-furnished
room, wltuout board, on car ronte. north of
Twenty-second-st. Best references. X 32, Tribune.
WAN TED- TO RENT—A BARN THAT WILL
bold four horses, with room over for man. Also
furnished or unfurnished room* in house, with or with
out board. between Twelfth and Thlrty-alnth-sts. X
36, Tribune office.
WANTED— TO RENT-BY A GENTLEMAN AND
wife, three or four unfurnished rooms for house
keeping on the West Side, west of Hoisted and ease of
Aberdecen-st.. and south of Madison; rent to be mod
erate. Address X 41. Tribune otfice.
\\T ANTED-TO RENT-THREE OR FOUR FUR
* » nlshed or unfurnished rooms suitable for light
housekeeping. West Side.' Give location and rent. Ad
dress V IH, Tribune odice.
W ANTED -TO RENT COMPLETELY FUK
nished house. Will pay three rears in advance in
good real estate. Send full particulars. Y 65, Tribune.
\X7ANTED —TO RENT FURNISHED HOUSE
* V (April lor sooner) by small careful family.’ ‘Would
board owners. Best references. Give particulars. Ad
dress Y 2b, Tribune office. ■ . :
TTrANTED -TO BENT-ON SOUTH SIDE—BY
> » a prompc-paviug and careful tenant, a small
house or cottage. Address Y 44. Tribune office.
W ANTED-TO RENT-PARLOR WITH THREE
rooms unfurnished. Address ’ Y 75; Tribune."
TVAXTED TQ REXT*
TtTASTEO —TORRENT-A SMALL HOUSE OP.
, *V cottage, with bath-room, between Thirty-fifth
and Thiny-nlnih*sts., Vlncennes-av. and the lake.
Immediate possession desired. Address X 27, Tribune.
WANTED— TO RENT-BV GENTLEMAN AND
wife, suite of two nicely furnished rooms, with
or without board: must be Aral-class in every respect.
A cu. Tribune office.
WANTED-TO KENT-FLAT OF 5 OR 6 ROOMS
on North Side: not to pay over sl-. Address A
71, Tribune office.
\\T ANTED—TO RENT—SUITE OF FURNISHED
* t rooms In business pare of city; one to be used for
doctor’s office and the other for private office and bed*
rooin.Address A C 3, Tribune office.
\TTANTED-TO RENT-A SMALL COMFORTABLE
»T room, neatly furnished; first-class private family,
side, vicinity of Clark or State-ats. Address A
20. Tribune ottlce.
WANTED— TO BENT-A STORE ON MADISON
st., between Centrc-av. andllalsted-st.. suitable
for millinery business; would like possession by the Ist
of March. Address 357 'West Taylor-st.
WANTED-TO RENT—BY A YOUNG COUPLE
without children a suite of unfurnished rooms,
with modern improvements, In good neighborhood;
must be reasonable; prompt nay. Address A 97. Trib
une office.
X\T ANTED—TO RENT-BV A YOUNG MAN. PER
» r mancntly, a furnished front room In or near the
business part of tbc city, heated, also hot and cold wa
ter and bath. Address A 59, Tribune office.
Ty ANTED—TO RENT-BV A PRIVATE FAMILY
V » until July l, a wcll-furntsbed 10 or 12 room house
In good residence locality; North Side preferred. Ad
dress, with terms and all particulars, A 74. Tribune.
\ST ANTED—TO RENT—A FURNISHED HOUSEON
** South Side; must be very cheap. Address A
100, Tribune office.
WANTED-TO RENT-HOUSES ON SOUTH AND
North Sides; our apnlfcatlon-book U full of first
class applications. PIERCE & WARE, 143 LaSalle-*t.
WANTED— TO RENT-BV A LADV AND DAUGH
ter, 3 or 4 unfurnished rooms for light house
keeping near Lincoln Park or east of WclTs-st, Ad
dress. stating location and rent. A 90. Tribune office.
WANTED-TO RENT-ON*SOUTH SIDE. A SUITE
of furnished or unfurnished rooms from small
private family for gentleman and wife; board also, if
agreeable: between Park-row and Van Buren-st. pre
ferred; best of references. Address 1130. Trldune.
\\T ANTED—TO HENT-COTTAGE, ON THE WEST
VV side. In good neighborhood; rent not to exceed
$10; small family; references. Address Y 74, Tribune.
Ty ANTED—TO RENT—BY A GENTLEMAN AND
v > his wife, a furnished room on the North Side,
either with or without board. Address, giving full par
ticulars and prices, Y so, Tribanc office.
WANTED— TO KENT-2, 3, OR 4 ROOMS. FUR
nlsbed for light housekeeping: must be cheap *
state particulars. Address B 47, Tribune office.
TXT ANTED—TO RENT-2 OR 3 ROOMS, FUR
vv nlahcd or unfurnished; parlor floor preferred;
North bide. Address A 7, Tribune office.
WANTKD-TO KENT—ORMIGHT PURCHASE, AN
established railroad eating-house. Address A 6.
Tribune office.
WANTED-TO RENT-A HOUSE OP MEDIUM
slxe. near Union Park, by a family of three adults.
One furnished or partly furnished preferred. Address
A 8, Tribune office.
WANTED-TO RENT-AT ONCE. 13 bUITESOP
rooms for housekeeping for responsible tenants:
must be convenient and reasonable. ROOM-RESTING
AND BOARDING EXCHANGE, Rooms Tribune
Building.
WANTED-TO RENT-BY A MOTHER AND
daughter, a house, completely furnished, for the
purpose of taking a few flrst-class hoarders: would like
to hoard owner: good care taken of the premises; firat
clasß_credentlalsfurn!aued._Addreas Z7 t Tribune office.
W'ANTED— TO RENT—BETWEEN NOW AND MAY
1,.a small house, cottage, or flat In a good neigh
borhood, furnished or unfurnished. Address A 89,
Tribune office.
W ANTED—TO RENT—A HOUSE OF EIGHT OR
more rooms with dining-room and kitchen on par
lor floor. Posscssioa, March or April. Location north
of Cenirc-st-, and east of Halsted-st. Address A 49.
Tribune office.
WANTF.D— TO RENT—ON SOUTH SIDE—A FLAT
of five or six rooms for light housekeeping. Ad
dress, giving location and price. Y 51, Tribune office.
WANTED-TO RENT—ON NORTH SIDE-FOUR
or five unfurnished rooms. Terms must be rea
sonable. Kent Invariably paid in advance. Address Y
53, Tribune office.
WANTED-TO KENT-A COTTAGE NEAR VAN
Buren-st. State price and place. References
given. Address B 20, Tribune office.
WANTED— TORRENT—BY TWO YOUNG GENTLE
men an alcove room or double room, with small
room off, nicely furnished, and In a private family;
North bide preferred. Address B 18, Tribune office.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A NO. 1 MEATS AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN
the city at the Twdfth-st. Packing-House. Nos.
119 t 121, and 123 East Twelfth-st., just west of State.
A No.l pork sausage, our make 5 cents
A No. I sirloin steak lu cents
A No. I porterhouse steak n cents
A No. l pork chops and roasts 5 cents
A No. I sugar-cured hams. scents
A No. 1 pigs’ feet, cleaned, per dozen 25 cents
Also on hand a full stock of salt pork, bacon, smoked
shoulders, hocks, pork and beef teuderloln*. etc.
F. 0. VIEHLING & CO.,
tia, 121, and 123 East Twelfth-st,
AT HEADQUARTERS, ABASH-AV., IS THE
place to get tiic Parisian knife-plaiting made In the
most apnroyed styles.
A FARMER HAS A SPAN OF HORSES, 2,500,
for $l4O. In rear qf grocery, 523 Webash-ar.
A HANDSOME FAMILY MARE 6 YEARS OLD.
sound, well-bred, and clever la all harness: trial
and guarantee given by responsible party; price $l5O.
Call at 42 Uaimou-court.
AMPLIFICATEUR, OR FORM-DEVELOPER-DO
not be Induced to use anything else when you can
get the genuine article from MRS. BERNARD, 118
North Clark-si., up-stalra. ■ . -
A QUIET HOME FOR LADIES DURING CON
hnement; terms moderate. Coll ou MRS, ROUSE.
368WcscLake-sL, near Sangamon.
A GOODRICH, ATT 0U N E Y-AT-LAW, 134 DEAR
• bom-aL, Chicago. Advice free. Fourteen years*
experience. •
Amarus is the greatest remedy of the
ago la constipation and dyspepsia. Try It. For
sale by all druggists.
A' THOROUGH GENTLEMAN WISHES TO MAKE
the acquaintance of a young lady or widow of re
finement and education. Address A 17. Tribune ollice.
CASH SS,OCo'(MdRE OB LESS) FOB STOCK OF
woolen cashmeres and tailors’ trimmings. The
Tailor and Cutter John. 436 West Madlson-st.
CLOSING-OUT SALE—PAPER BAGS, BUTTER
plate, oerry plates, paper, scales, and ollice fixtures,
desks, safes, etc.; rare bargains. 38 and 40 LaSalle-st.
C‘ ISDEHS FOR* FILLING GIVEN AWAY AT IRON
PIPE WOKKS,_cornerof Canal and Monroe-sts.
Dressmakers wishingto leausTto cut
artistically by “Taylor’s System ” will find an ex
perienced teacher at 330 Thlrty-flrst-st;
Fine laundry work at the neptune.
Nos. 618 and 630 Wabash-av.; office 310 South
Clark-st. Collars. 3c; culls, 4c per pair; shirts, lUu
each.
T HAVE $75 IN BOARD DUE ME AT A STRICT-
X ly first-class private hoarding-house near Union
Park, ou Washmgtou-st.; will bell in lump or by the
week. Address at once, as I leave the city the Ist, X
03, Tribune ollice.
JOB LOT OF HARDWARE—
-10) dozen hatchets at...
&00 dozen tack-hammer* at
An A l lack-hammer at.
Two-loot rules at.
Revolvers, 7-shot
.SI. 03 per doz.
. 40 per Uoz.
. GO per doz.
. l.ioperdoz.
OTieAcb.
v At K. J. LEHMAS.VS.
THKFAiK,
Corner State and Adams-sts.
Send for catalogue.
J" OB LOTS OF ALL KINDS OF GOODS FOR THE
5 and 10 cent counter, at
£. J. LEHMANN,
**TUE FAIR,"
CORNER STATE AND ADAMS-ST 3.
SEND FOR OUR NEW CATALOGUE.
Lumber wanted-a few car-loads of 3-
Inch oak plank, log-run, from butt logs. Inquire
at 16 South JelTerson-st.
IVi ANUF ACTURING PROPERTY, CENTRALLY
ITX located; railroad switch and dock. X 30. Tribune.
TVOTICE’IS*HEREBY GIVEN THAT i SHALL. ON
Xa Monday, Feb. 10. 1573, at 13 o’clock noon, at the
north door, on Adauu-at., nearest to LaSalle-st., of
the Court-House, situated on the southeast corner of
Adams and LasaUe-sts., in the City of Chicago, sell at
public auction, for cash, all my interest In audio all
accounts, bill* receivable, etc., due the late firm of
Gerard A Gateau, a list of which can be seen at my of
fice. ADOLF 11EILE, Receiver, 130 Dearborn-st.,
Room IS.
Quiet home for ladies during confine
mentt doctor in constant attendance; strictly con
fidential and private. Box UISI, Chicago.
SMOKE JEFFERS’ ORIGINAL BRONCHIAL ClGA
rettos for the cure and prevention of catarrh, asth
ma, bronchitis, and consumption.
rpO MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS—!
X wish to represent spine responsible house Id the
sale of their goods through Texan or Colorado, on com
mission or salar}’: experienced salesman; first-class ref
erences furnished. DSO. Tribune office.
'POBESOID CHEAP. A NEW, REAL JAPANESE
X dresaluir-gowa; outride silk, dark olive: inside
crimson; handsome present for gentleman. Cad at 167
Dearbora-av.
PUE QUICKEST WAY TO OBTAIN A CURE FOR
I constipation and dyspepsia i? to take a few doses of
Amarus. It cures as if by magic.
if ANTED—GOOD-SIZED DRESS-COATS FOR
kY cash. WAUD&Co., 203 State-at.
WANTED— IF GEORGE W. CROCKER AND A.
Kurtz, of Chicago, address C. B. A., Tribune of
fice, they yill hear from an old friend.
\XfANTED—A BABY TO BOARD WITH WET
VV nurse; terms cheap. 1322 State-st.
tTf ANTED—BOARD OF TRADE MEMBERSHIP
W Address, stating price, B 17. Tribune office.
ANTED—SHIFTING-SEAT COVEISED BUGGY;
> V must.be good, for cash. II ID, Tribune office.
AXfASIIING-MACHINE3. WRINGING-MACHINES;
W ■ starchlng-machines, collar-Ironlng-machlnes,
shirt-ironlng-machinc*. calandenng-mjichiacs, for sale
byG. M.il. MUNGER&CO.. C6B Wabash-av. Send
for catalogue. '
WANTED-Bx a cigar SALESMAN, AN ADDl
tlonal line of goods on commission fur Missouri.
Kansas, and Colorado.' Address A 33, Tribune office.
WANTED-BOARD OF TRADE TICKET; NAME
lowest price. A 75. Tribune ofilcc. '
rr~ CENTS A DOZEN FOR LAUNDRY. AND WORK
f O first-class. Good Samaritan Society. 173 East
Randolph-st. ' _ _
OFFICE FUKNITUBL.
FOll SALE-ONE LARGE SAFE. CHEAP. APPLY
at 14 and IQ MadUou-st. THOMAS & CO.
Wanted -second-hand or new fire
proof safe. 30x20x15. Address Drawer 67. Elgin.
ANTED-A SMALL SEC<)ND-HAND~SAFErIK
quire of GEO. G. NEWBURY. 164 LaSalle-it.
:TANTED-ABOUT 30 FEET BLACK WALNUT
r partition wits glass, IRA HOLMES, S 3 Waihiog-
WANTED-FIKE-PROOP SAFE, LARGE SIZE;
describe and give price. B 4 j. Tribune office.
WU.L SELL UPRIGHT WALNUT SHOW-CASE
/orslso. cost to order $350. Most more 1c this
week. Call at store t)4 State-at.
WANTED-CLOTH TOP TABLES FOB BEAL
estate office, two each four to six feet long; one
eight-day calendar clock: one six-foot step-ladder: one
swivel desk-chair: one high dess stool; all the above
Bat must 'be good and-dirt* cheap.' GRIFFIN &
DWIGHT, 179 West Washlngxon-at. - -
BOABDIM6 ASD
3 Sn^l?lUt B y IL V^* oS ~ ai *® LIABLE PEOPLB
at InY£MV*S‘.“ clthcr *n nrl»»te families
or in me peat uoarmns'lioiwea, can jrcl free informa*
CHAVOK AVD BOARDING EX-
UlAauE, Room a Tribune Building.
*1 T ARK*AV.—WITH BOARD, A SUI T E OF
XO furnished room* for gentleman and
wife or two single gentlemen. * “
99. SOUTH AD A-ST.—NICELY FURNISHED
rooms to rent, with good board; gas, hath, bo
and cola water. m **
9fv OGDE.V-AV.. OPPOSITE PARK—FDKNISHKD
•JD alcove room, heated, with first-claw board, very
reasonable; gentlemen. S4.SQ per week.
ATI ASHLAND-AV.. FRONTING PARK-LARGE
Jtl front and back parlor, furnlsued, with good
board: also, single front room; references.
*j"6 SOUTHCARPENTER-ST.-VERY PLEASANT
xO rooms with hot and cold water to rent with
board at moderate rates.
o*l SOUTH MORGAN-ST,—NICELY FURNISHED
QX rooms, with board, grate fire, and all modern Im
provements.
QQ CENTRE-AV.-A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
VO for two gentlemen, all modern conveniences, at
S 5 each.
19H NORTH SHELDON-ST.— A PLEASANT HOME
X£\J for young men. and gentlemen and their wives;
also flrst-class table-board.
m “"SOUTH SANGAMON-ST.-A DESIRABLE
furnished single room, with board; modern
conveniences.
99/L SOUTH MOHGAN-ST., CORNER CONGRESS
nCrx. —Board and comfortable furnished room; every
convenience; terms low.
9QI WEST MONROE-ST.—TO KENT. WITH
ZiOX board, a pleasantalngle room, With closet; hot
and cold water In room; terms low.
907 WEST JACKSON-ST.-TWO FINE FOR
utl i ntshed rooms for a couple of gentlemen. and
one single room, with board at low rates, la a private
family.
n WEST VAN BDREN-ST.-BOARD AND NEW
OJILf lr furnished rooms; first-class table; cars pass
the door; terms to suit the times.
QQ£» WEST WASHIXGTO.V-ST-—A SUITE OF
OOU rooms, furnished or unfurnished, with first
class table; also one single room. References required.
D/f 1 WASH IXGTON - ST. -TWO FRONT ROOMS,
0 xJ- together or single: one single* with hoard.
Q7l WEST TWELFTH-ST.—A FEW GENTLEMEN
0 1 L can be accommodated with good board In a
pleasant neighborhood. Terms moderate.
WEST WASHINGTON-ST.-TWO PARLORS
OIU on dining-room floor: also, square and single
rooms.
A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT SUITE,
with every modern Improvement, finest locality,
convenient to business: terms, sl2 per week. Address
X 26, Trlbone othce.
A NICELY FURNISHED SINGLE ROOM. ‘WITH
board, for single gent or lady, on Throop-st.: best
neighborhood In city. Address W 58. Tribune office.
riOOD HOME CAN BE OBTAINED FOR LADIES
vX during their pregnancy and confinement by ad
dressing MRS. J. M. RYNE. WeatSJde Post-Office.
rpWO NICK YOUNG LADIES CAN OBTAIN FIRST
1. class board and furnished room on Washlngton-st-.
near Union Park. Address Y 56, Tribune office.
Sontb Side*
2 EAST TWELFTH-ST.—GENTLEMEN AND
wife can find a very pleasant home; no other board
ers; room with a lake view; all modern improvements;
sl2 per week.
3 TRIBUNE BUILDING—RELIABLE PEOPLE
wanting first-class board either In private families
or the best boarding-houses, can get free Information
at the ROOM-RENTIS’G AND BOARDING EX
CHANGE. ROOM 3 TRIBUNE BUILDING.
1 X TWENTY-SF.COND-'ST.-NicELY FURNISHED
J.O rooms, with board; fine location.
I £ SIXTEENTH-ST.. NEAR PRAIRIE-AV.-ELR-
Iu gantry furnished back parlor and south front al
cove room, with or without board; all modern con
veniences.
I Q SIXTEENTH-ST.—PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH
dO first-class board. References exchanged.
Of) SIXTEENTH-ST.. BETWEEN PRAIRIE AND
£i\f Indlana-ars. rooms, south front, and
back parlor, furnished or unfurnished, with board.
/IQ PECK-COURT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
TfxJ with board, at reasonable terms.
TOTWENTY-FOUBTH‘ST.,NEAR CALUMET-AV,
—South alcove, with board; single room.
1A a STATR-ST.-VERY PLEASANT. WARM,
ITU and well furnished rooms Co rent cheap for Che
winter, with or without board.
m CALUMET-AV.,CORNER TWENTY-FOURTH
st.—Two desirable rooms to rent, with first
class board.
OC£* MTCHIGAN-AV.. 10 MINUTES’ WALK TO
Madlsou-st.— Handsomely furnished rooms,
with or withont board; prices very reasonable.
OQI MICIIIGAN-AV.-single rooms suita
£jO 1 ble for single gentlemen, aqd one comfortably
furnished suite: also vacancies for a few table board
ers: flrA-clasa table; 6 o’clock dinner; references re
quired.
AIR MICHIGAN-AY.-PARTIES WISHING ONE
TIU or two Pleasant furnished rooms with board
can be accommodated; references exchanged.
AJ7 A WABASU-AV.-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
JtJ \J with board; suitable for two gentlemen.
MICHIGAN-AV.-BOARD AND ROOM FOR
x I 02-gents: reasonable rates; references exchanged.
Aft! WAR ASH-AV.—FURNISHEDROOMS. WITH
IU L or without board, for young gentlemen: day
boarders taken.
CQI WABASH-AV.-A PLEASANT FRONT
uOi room furnished or unfurnished, with board.
Xf*Q MICHIGAN-AV.—BOARD WITH FUBNISH
tiUO ed rooms. In suites if desired. Reference
given and required.
SOU WABASU-AV. NICELY FURNISHED
tlOc/ rooms, with or without board, at moderate
prices, •
AT ft WABASH-AV.—PLEASANT FURNISHED
L>XU rooms, with superior board: references ex
changed. ~
f*7Q WABASH-AV.—A LARGE, DESIRABLE
LMo front room, furnished, with board. Refer
ences exchanged.
7QQ WABASH-AV.-DESIRABLE ROOMS AND
»OO boara $4 and $5 per week; gentlemen only.
QCQ INDIAN A-AV. —TO RENT - SUITE OF
OtJO rooms, second floor, with board.
QQQ WABASH-AV.-DESIRABLB ROOMS. WITH
t/t/O board; references.
TfiAO WAB AS H-A V. PLEA SANT ROOMS, WITH
ivIJJ board: second flior. References..
1 i 170 WABASH - AV. - FURNISHED ROOMS
J.U i u with board.
inftl WABASH-AV.-PLEAS ANT FRONT
XUpJL rooms, single or en suite, with good, board,
at reasonable rates. References exchanged.- :
1 1 91 PRAIRIE-AV.-FINELY FURNISHED AL
iiiji cove room to let, with or without* board;
strictly private. "■
1
HIt)UU ed op unfurnished east-front room, orsulte,
with board; private family: very moderate terms;
barn.
TUICIIIGAN-AV.-FURNISHED FRONT BOOM,
JJJL with small room connecting, to rent, with board;
pleasant location; references exchanged. Address Al 2,
Tribune office.
ON AVENUE-SOUTH SIDE-TO RENT-HAND
somcly furnished apartments on parlor floor. In
cluding excellent board, with American fami-
Address Yl2, Tribune office.
rnWENTY-NINTH-ST.. NEAR PRAIRIE-AV.—PRI-
I {rate family, for 2 young ladles employed during
day; references. Address A 93. Tribune office.
WANTED-FOUU YOUNG MEN TO ROOM AND
board In private family.' 'Mfchigan-av., between
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-flfth-au. Terms low. Ad
dress A 26, Tribune.
North Side.
3- TRIBUNE BUILDING—RELIABLE PEOPLE
Wanting first-class board, cither in private faniiilea
or In the best boarding-houses, can get free informa
tion at Urn ROOM-RENTING AND BOARDING EX
CHANGE; Room 3 Tribune Building.
lOy WHITB-ST.. CORNER WELLS-A PLEAS
X—(O ant room for one or two respectable people,
with board, 54 per week each; ’bus and cars pass the
door.
IkQ DRARBORN-AV.—TO RENT. A .LARGE
XtJO furnished room suitable for two gentlemen,
with or without boardl"
OT7” ILLINOIS-ST. FIRST - CLASS BOARD.
JjL4 with room*. SttoS.l per'week; five minutes’
walk from State ami Madlsonrsis.
9 19 NORTH LASALLE-ST.--NICE FURNISHED
rooms.'with or without board.
O ten ONTARIU-ST. -JA LARGE PLEASANT
AiULf room,with board.
9QTt OHIO-ST.—TWO PLEASANT BOOMS, WITH
board.
O~rr EAST OUIO-ST.—TWO NICELT-FUBNISU-
JjOU cd suites of rooms, with board. *
Oft ~ HAST INDIANA-ST.—NICELY FURNISHED
Ai yU rooms to rent, with or without board.
QAQ EAST INDIAN A-ST.—HANDSOME FRONT
OUO nlcoye room, all modem Improvements; good
table. Terms reasonable.
ON NORTH SIDE, T>VO COUPLES OH FOUR
gentlemen can find a pleasant home with good
board by addressing Y 70, Tribune office.
HOtGlS*
Avenue house, wauash-av. and twenty
second-si.—Two suites and a few single rooms,
wither without board; special rates to prompt, respect*
able people; houso elegantly furnished, and patronized
by first-class people only.
Atlantic hotell corner of van burbn
and Shcrman-sts.—Wanted—Regular boarders;
$5 to S 7 per week; day b card 53.50 per week; furnish
ed rooms $2 per week andupwards.
Clare.nce uouse-ioo well furnished
rooms-Nos. 351. a 53, 355, and 337 State-st.. four
blocks south of the palmer House.‘ Boardand room,
per day. 51.50 to $2; per week, S 3 to Sio. Also fur
bished rooms to rent without board.
TTASTINGS HOUSE, 16 AND 18EAST ADAMS-ST.—
ILX well-furnished rooms, with board, from Sstos7
j per week; day-board. $4 per week.
Hotel Brunswick, corner wabash-av.
and Congresa-st., J. W. CAMERON. Prop.—
Elegant south-front rooms for families, with board,
from sls to S2O per week; single rooms, from $7.50 to
sd. See us before locating elsewhere. •
TRYING HOUSE-318 WASmNGTON-ST.-51.35
X to Si.SO per day; reduced rates by the week. Table
and rooms unsurpassed. Tabic board. S3.so. Call.
ATEVADA HOTEL, MS AND iso WABASIf-AV.,
a> ucar Monroe-st.—Good rooms and hoard, si. $1.25,
Sl.SOperday; a liberal reduction to weekly boasters.
Sands house, corner wacasii-av. and
Madlsoh-st.—Permanent board at very low rates.
Transient, $3.00 per day. Day board S 3. Come and see.
MTIOMPSON’S EUROPEAN HOTEL. 10 AND 12
i Madlson-st., Chicago. L. S. THOMPSON. Mana
per—Good rooms, and board If desired: you wilt save
money by going to THOMPSON’S.
WINDSOR HOUSE. 173 STATE-ST., RIGHT Op
posite Palmer House—Nice, comfortable, warm
rooms, with board.ss to ST per week. Transients, $1.50
per day. ' _____ ’
WESTMINSTER HOTEL. AMERICAN PLAN,
W JU9 State-st.—Rooms ouletand well kept; rates,
SI.SO and $2 per day. according to location of room.
3lrs. S. K. SCHMIDT. Proprietress. '
miscellaneous*
AN ORDER FOR ROOM, MEALS. AND FIRES AT
a first-class hotel for one person for one month for
sale at a targe discount for cash. Address B 2d.Tribune.
board wanted.
Board— a young man wishes day board
In private family, on'West Waihlngtonrst.l "and
has a fine Steinway umight piano to rent as part pay for
same. A 61, Tribune office, "
BOARD \TANTEO.
BOARD-roU A FAMILY'OF FIVE IN A PRIVATE
family, at alow price; South Side preferred. H
24. ‘tribune office. .
BOARD-EY GENTLEMAN' AND WIFE IN PHl
vale family wttliiu twenty minute* wal* from
Lake aniState-sts. Address, stating terms, U 31. Trio*
une office. __
PVOARD-WTTH SEPARATE KOOSK BY TWO
> young men. os South Side between Twenty-fifth
and Thlrty-thlrd-sts. on or east of Wabash-ar.; table
and accommodations must be flnt-clua. 11 id Tribune.
Board— "with suite of pleasant rooms for
self and wife, on the North Side, south of North
av.; refert-ncc* exchanged. Address, with particulars,
T 35, Tribune office.
T>OARD-AND ROOM WANTED BT YOUNG LADY
JL> oa South side, north of Twcoty-second-st- A 3&
Tribune office.
T)oard—and room nr a single gentle-
A-> man. famished or not, with breakfast; south of
Donglas*placc, east of boulevard. Address A US, Trib
une office.
■pOARD-FOR GENTLEMAN AND*WIFE. TNI*RT~
-*/*ate famlly.Southor WestSlde;goodlocation; house
with all modem Imnrovcraents. front room, hot and
waf * r - nicely furnished, and good table-board;
win pay s6(l to s6.*; pur month; the best of references
eiven._ a 79. Tribune office.
pOARD-AND ROb\l~BT A YOUNG LADY.
Xr„.-; ort « Side preferred, east of Clark-st.. south
at reasonable terms. References ci
changed. Address A id. Tribune office.
Ti°*isPr B . r Mt7SI^ r TEACHER.'
required, would be taken as
full or part payment. X IS, Tribune office.
T^ o m.Sfc^R, Fl^^HKD ROOM' Bv studentT
second-sc. Address. Mating term*. X 37. Tribune.
T{ O 'V; D ~ r , ,TlS| t OAV-BOAHD IN’ PART EX~
J? r * *l? w pl»no; win dve ew terms oa
balance. Addrey II l.JTrlbiicc offlce.
TJOARD-A VD TORN'ISIIRD ROOM OK WEST SIDIC
tlob Sfprice^fe'?^T 1 r n l b‘" n d c^ e eL ,U “ ,oCa ’
E°>
-KD-ijf private family ox west sidk.
sx TObSSoSS?. 0 ’ ’ ,mlcWllU J ' mot <**■ B
T>OARD—Ojf THE SOUTH SIDE BY A GENTLE*
man and wife: location and accommodations muse
be flm-claaa. Address B 3/). Tribune office.
Board— for todvo lady in strictly pru
yatc family, la city or suburban town. Reference
required. Address B 35. Tribune office.
BOARD— IN A PRIVATE BOARDING-HOUSE.FOR
man and wife, within four or live blocks of Adams
and Dearborn-sts. Address CF H, 203 South Dearborn*
st.. In drug store.
HOKSES AND CARRIAGES.
A GENTLEMAN GIVING UP "BUSINESS WH.t,
sell his two workhorses cheep, one a very hand
some dark sorrel. 8 years old. welch* 1,2.50 pounds,
flowing mane and tall, stylish driver, and a good
worker; the other is a bay. 7 years old. chunky built,
weighs 1.200 pounds. Is an excellent worker: both arts
warranted perfectly sound and kind: they must he seen
to be appreciated. Apply at barn In r*ar of house s.vr
Mfchlgitu-av.. corner Burlington crossing. N. B.—No
horse Jockeys wanted: a trial given.
A PAIR OF 5-TEAR-OLD MULES. WEIGHT 1.800
lbs.i one pair of chunky bay mares, cheap for
cash. 218 Twenty-feconJ-«c.
All kinds of new top-buggies and
phaetons, one second-hand side-spring top-buggy;
also repairing and painting cheap. At 715 Wabash-av.
/TAURIAGES, BUGGIES, AND EXPRESS WAGONS
repaired at bottom figures; axle sec at half price
while walttog. 150 Jackson-st. MILLAR. •
/“lOUPELETTE ONLY IS USB GO DAYS. AS GOOD
\j as new. cost a 1.200. will tc soul at great sacrifice.
Also one coupe. 11. C. WALKKtt. 241) and 251 Statc-st.
For salk-a very fins span of straw
berrv bay work-horses. 7 years of age; they aro
Just as .eooa workers In single harness as they are la
double: they are la fine condition, and without spot or
blemish; they are chunky built, and weigh at least
2. t00 pounds: and one good gray horse. 6 years of age:
he works well In single or double harness, and weighs
1.200 pounds. They are. all three, warranted, and a
trial of seven days given. Also a double-platform
truck, and a single one. with double end single har
ness. They will be sold, together or separate, at one
thin) of their value. as they have been taken for debt,
and they stand at expense, as I have nothing for them
to do. Inquire at the Lara la the rear of 430 Wabash
ar.. in the alley.
For sale-at union stock-yards sale
Stables. 40 head of Norman and Clydesdale horses,
weighing from 1,200 to 1.700. These horses ara
good ages, good colors.and first-class workers. For tha
next six . weeks. I will receive from one to three car
loads a week, consisting of roadsters, business, and
draught horses. Parties In search of good, sound
country horses please give me a call. THOMAS
EVERS. Union Stock-Varda.
For sale-a complete gentleman’s rig,
horse, harness, and Willett’s aide-bar too wagon:
hotels a dark brown. M hands high. 7 years old. and
ptrfsctly sound and perfectly broken to city use. not
afraid of cars, and will be sold for less than the horse Is
worth. Can be aeon at 7i» Dearborn-st.
FOR SALR—LOW-ONE of THE BEST TROTTING
and family horses In America; so
licited at once; gentle, young, and sound. Die. WM.
HORNE. Janesville, Wls.
FORSALK-AT FISHER * TAYLOR’S STABLE,
corner Thirteenth-si. and Wabaih-av., a car-load
of horse* Just arrived from Newton, Iowa: also a
large mule, and will b® sold cheap; among them ora
some good coal-cart horses.
For sale—two or three good business
horses accustomed to the city; will be sold nt rea
sonable prices as we have no further use for them. i>,
D. MALLORY & CO.. 114 West Ranilo'.ph-st.
rH)R SALE-VERY LOW FOR CASH. ONE 1.5001.8
F horse, young and sound: I fine team: 3 fine Huglo
horses, 1 fine trotter. Gold Dust, well bred: 30 buggies
and phaetons, and all kinds of harness. At 70 South
Canalst.
For sale-for want op use. a pair op
st*ilsh bay carriage horses. Address 'A 45, Tribune.
F)R SALE—CHEAP, OVER FORTY HURBES AND
mares, consisting of draft, driving, and ccucral
business horses. At MARKS & MILbEU’S stables, 81,
63. and 85 North WelU st.
I? OR SAL F.—3o HEAD OF GOOD HEAVY DRAFT
and business horses; prices to suit the times, ami
satisfactory trial given. We mean business. (Jail and
see us. 420 West Fourteenth's;., half block east o*.
Blue Islond-av. P. &J, O’HERN.
I?OR SALE—CHEAP-ONE FIRST-CLASS KNU
; sprlngsiuare-box leather-top baggy, and good s,*6
single buggy harness; both good ai new. ITS East
Mad Don-st., Room 9. ■
For sale-cheap—two second-hand two
horse spring trucks, my own make; I light one
horse spring truck, nearly new; a two-howe express
wagon, good as new: a first-class top grocery-wagoa
(bos been used only tbreo months), at half Its cost;
3 good coal-carts, at half their worth. Apply to P.
HICKS, 107 Fultoo-sL
FOR SALE—I 3 DRAUGHT AND DRIVING HORSFS;
also one team of matched black mores,one in fo, r «;
price, from $25 ro SAR 5 wagons. 4 buggies, and har
nesses. In rear of 2J Blue Islaml-ar.
FOR SALE-AT AS VCRIPICB, LIVERY STOCK OF
H horses and mares, fit for wagon, buggy, or farm
use; prices from 525 to 575: a handsome driving or
riding pony S4O; one large mare weighing 1.350 pounds
only §7O; carriages, haggles, harness. Must be closed
out. Call at 410 Blue lsland-av., iu saloon.
For SALK-a solid-built busisess-uorses.
3 and B years old: weigh hi)'<o and 1,200; ore war
ranted sound and kind; to be sold reasonably. Apply
at 532 Wabaah-av.
FOR SALE—THREE-SPRING wagon, SINGLE
harness, nearly new: also a batcher’s outfit, com
plete. 1243 btaie-st- •
TTOKSES OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE AT YOUR
n own prices; territory of the bast patent Inexist
ence to trade for horses; any man can make from S2O
to S2OO per day. 170 West Madtaoa-gt.. up-stairs.
Horses bought, sold, and exchanged at
599 West T.akc-st. Several cheap ones on hand
now. E. 11. BULKELEY.
TTORSES WINTERED 1G MILES FROM THE CITY;
Xi warm barns, with clay doors: gentlemen's rond
and carriage horses a spec!altyVt.vme hay and grain;
prices to suit the times. Address H. C. JUIDDAUGH.
Clarendon Hills,
OWNER LEAVES THE CITY THIS WEEK AND
will take the best oiler for pair of roadsters, top
buggy, road wagon, cutter, robes, etc., etc.. Address
A 23, Tribune office.
TO OSHKOSH—
We bare made arrangements to move our Carriage
Works from Chicago to Oshkosh, Wig.. where, with
, increased faci-itles for manufacturing, we shall con
tinue to sell better work at lower prices than any other
house in Che United States.
A large stock of phaetons and buggfc* on hand,
which we wish to sell very to make room fur
spring goods.
Send for prices.
PARSONS. NEVILLE & CO..
Oshkosh.
TXTANTED—A YOUNG. SOUND, AND KIND TEAM;
»T - weight not less than 2,onii pounds; will give la
exchange nO acres of choice unimproved land In Wis
consin. not one rod of It waUe. 50 acres ready forth®
plovf; a full abstract. H. MORE. 53 1 Warmi-av.
WANTED— A HW, BUGGY, AND HARNESS
for occasional use by a genth-mna living In a
suburban town:' would loan a small amount on the rig.
Address H 45. Tribune office.
TfjTANTED—A GOODSECOND-HAND SINGLE EX
IT pres* harness; must be In first-class order, bat
chesp. Address, statlng'price. X 2, Tribune otUce.
WANTED— A LIGHT EXPRESS OR COVERED
grocery wagon. with good horse. Address or call
on BOND, 90 West Washlagton-at.
WANTED— A SMALL PHAETON IN GOOD OR
dec; must be cheap. Also harness for a small
pony. Address A CR, Tribune office. __ '
ITTANTED -A GOODSIZKb MARK FOR FARM
» t purposes Jn exchange for cigars. Apply at cigar
store corner Randolph and Dearborn-sts. i I
iifANTED-A ONK-HOKSITsPRING TRUCK AND
IV express harness, second-hand. Y 55. Tribune.
WANT TO itUTA SECOND-HAND COUPKLET;
must he nearly new. Address U 49. Tribune.
WANTED— A STRONG BUSINESS PHAETON,
either new or not much used; must be low for
cash. 112 Arcber-av.. city.
Vf 7ANTED—A YOUNG, STYLISH, HEAVY DRAFT
f t horse, cheap for cash; also, a first-class 2-hopsa
truck In exchange for a flrjt-clns* wagon. Apply at
SPRINGER’S Iron Yard. 52 to 6-» South Cllnton-st.
3UACSIIXERY *
FOR SALE—2OJSTATION ARY AND 4 PORTABLE
steam engines. 30 boilers, 10 tanks. 2*urfaccra. t
Daniels planer, 3 Irun planers. 10 Iron lathes. 3 wood
turning lathes, punches, drills, centering machines. 3
trip-hammers. Also, a large assortment of general
machinery and too 1 *; I.OOu pulleys from 4 inches to 3
feet diameter; 50 balance-wheel*, from ;?•; to jo,< Oj
pounds. A job lot of files, augers, sod chisels. A lot
of grind-stones with frames. S 3 each. WARUEX
SPRINGER. 53to6aSouthCllnton-st.
For sale-cheap, one 8-uor.se-powsrsta
tlonary engine. Can be seen running at WEIR Jb
CRAIG’S, 337 Stewart-av.. corner of Archer-av.
FOR SALK—STATIONARY ENGINE. MXaT INCH-'
cs, or wilt trade for a larger one and pay difference.
GEORGE TV. STRAIGHT, 771 South Canal-sc.
ONE STATIONARY ENGINE AND BOILER. 35-
horsepower: oaeiM. one id, ones, oncti. second
hand: one 25. one a. new; planer and matcher, mold
ing machine teaoner. double shaper, scroll saw. iroa
saw table, and a lot of molding knlrcx. all second
hand. and very cheap. Chicago Steam-Engine Works,
southeast corner Michigan and Fraaklla-su.
"PRINTERS’ SUPPLIES—NEW AND SBCOND-
X hand Job presses, paper cutters bought, sold, or
exchanged; agents for the National Monitor Prlaclng-
Frcss and National Paoer-Cutter. Call and see us.
GOODWILLIfc, WYMAN & CO.. 153 MonroerSt.
'ANTED—BIDS FOR OUTSIDE IRON STAIR-
W._ArofißSOi\ 2« Heary-st. -
WANTED— FOR CASH, AT LOW FIGURES. ONB
power freight elevator: second hand. If In
order. Address 512 Archer-av. ■ -
WASTED-TO PURCIIASK A GO OP. TO HORSE
oower tabular boiler: mast be good iafl not mucS
atea, irttii large floes. Address itj Archer-.,., ciij.
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