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CITV REAL ESTATE.
T. B. BOYD. KOOSI T, ITS MADI « I?? business Woct 4-story stone Iront. -itiO'i. lot .■Vos In bemi ot city: n-ntsnow lor wholesale buil ,lSrbrM 000: 1 trill sell this so It will pay 10 percent. iVrontrant a sure Income, look at this. 1 ctconcr foot-Lot auxins, south front on Madlson *■l between Uoyne and Kobey-sts.; this will be sold on .|;iii nC bam. and 10t50x12.1. south front; house Is T^rJifet L aud has every modern Improvement; It was ago by one of the wealthiest citizens, and belli for a home; cost $2",i«.0 to build the house U Is built upon honor for a home: any one want* fSn ilwant house 10 live In will buy this. • fSut to t>eil a splendid 7-roora cottage, and lot 25x onJacUsen-bU, between Lincoln and Winchester ,v * this is a nice collage: 1 will sell it way down for e, cS*iW)-7 good new 6-room cottages, and lots 25x125, * Cmterlor-st,. near Wood; will sell for $2,000 each, SHiyi down, balance S2u per month until paid; these -«Teood home?, close to street-curs. iKAaOcacli—Slots, 24x160. south front on Tavlor-st., VAtffecn Wood and Llncoln-su., close To cars; built uo S around, and are certainly very cheap at $500; cannot Seeing to sell at once 9-room dwelling, barn, and iAt 25x125. on Pralrle-av.. near Thirty-second-fit.: SSnse ha* hot and cold water, bath, end gas; it will bs tola for less than $2. TOO. su «*)—Si.co flown, a splendid 13-room 2-story and lament brick dwelling, and lot 25x125, east irout on rtroeetcr-fit., between Madison and Monroe-sts.; It Is iiniednow to good tenant at S’Oi; can go to dinner JSWiwm coun-llouse in l hour. uoj will buy a first-class frame store, 27x80, 9- room dwelling over, aud lot 27x100, on Wells-fit., near Good frame store, dwelling over, and lot2ox tiiLfovth front, on Lake-st.. between Union and Hal e.rd-fts.: till* Is cheap. c, nuo-Lasy payments, firut-rate 8-room dwelling, tiam. and lot, on Buttcrfleld-st., between Twenty rimh and Thirtieth; house Is No. l. 54.(00. SI, WO down—A splendid 2-story and base ment brick dwelling, barn, and lot 22x181, cast front rmVemon-av.. nearThlrty-second-st,; mis house has modem Improvement. S2'per fool—looxl6o feet, comer Flfty-thlrd-st, and beautiful white-stone front, stone steps, mil lor, south Jront, on Monroe-st., near Lincoln. a fine stone-front dwelling on Washlngtou-st,, and Jiiu will lx* sold at a bargain; it Is within 1 block of Union Part* rpon sale-ry e. s. dreyer & co.. ns dear- X born-st.: The following property to be bought very cl wSSb southeast comer Illinois and Dearborn-av.,SBO, • Dearbom-av.,north of Huron: make offer. - *75x129 Dearoom-av., north of Goethe; cheap, 50x80. Dcarbora-av., with 2-story basement brick dwelling, cast front 25JKO, Dearbom-ar., 2-story basement frame, west Plne-st., fronting drive. Sl.noo, 50x52. southwest corner Clark and Schiller, very cheap 25. 40. or 50x150, cast front, Ct&rk, north of Goethe; rrai lutrgaln. near Lincoln Park; very cheap. 140x240. southwest corner Centre and Franklln-sts.; X sxlO&Nortb LaSalle.between Maple and Elm; make * jYots on 'Wisconsin, near Franklin; very cheap. southeast corner Menomonee and Wells. b«xHO. LaSalle, near Schiller. ca>t front. £3x125, with cottage, Lincoln, near Webster, $2,600. 4 cheap cottages and lots near Mohawk-st. 4 ou Hurlbuu between Wisconsin aud Sophia. 35xi12’-9 southeast comer Schiller and LaSalle. nonlteast comer LaSalle and North-av. H«jxl29, northwest comer Gootho and Siale-sts, 50x129, Sute-st.. north of Goethe. 2-story basement brick dwelling, within one block Irom entrance of Lincoln Park, $3,800. Elegant houses on Sedgwick-st., north of Centre. AHo other choice property on the North Side. IX)K SALE—SB3—JACKSON-ST., S. W. -CORNER i; Laflic. a fine lot with ea»t light; R fine residences will be bulb outhls street, •within 1 block, this spring ItJta neighborhood or brick nnd stone-front bouses,* exclusively. sso>-Adams-st., a. w.cor.Lincoln. 2 fine lots. More fine houses have been built near this property lately than In anv neighborhood on the West Side. SEOKh-Jackson-st,, n. w. cor. Honorc, a fine corner with south and east light. HOUSES (EASYTERMS). fL23O-rark*av., large and complete house, beauti fully UuUhcd; good barn; a bargain. <6. coo (Good city property in part pay)—Large house Inane nclghboibood. well rented to good tenants: owner could occupv either of 3 fine 8-room fiats. In superb order; gjjou barn. 5i,6n0—1305 almrtlcff-av., 1 block from Went worth av. cars; good neighborhood; cast front, tasty cottage, double windows, beautifully grained; Is being put In lice order; worth to-day 52.500 cash; good tenant wishing to star. Cal! for letter to see It. $4, (aa>— CJark-Ei., scar Lincoln Pork, fine octagon front brick; long time. sg,i(»-raulina-«L.. 2-story and basement brick, hath. etc. Long time and low interest. s2,3oo—Jackson-st.. No. 7**l. nice cottage, with wire screens, awnings, end double windows. J. C. MAGILL. 86 Washlngton-st. 170 U SALE-BY W. D. KERFOOT & CO., 92 EAST X Washlngton-st., choice residence sites on North tod Wesi tides; j l ox7o feet, corner Clark and Oak-sta. 02x150 feet on Dearboru-av.. near Chestnnt-st, 63x110 feet, southeasLCornerPine-si. andChlcago-ar. tis- : fronts three streets -4ifexKo feet, uonhwest corner State and Mlchl gan-sis. 50 1 125 feet, south front, Maple-rt., west of State, •luxionfcet, Ohlo-st., between Dearborn and State. ll.HHOfcct, southwest corner State and Scbllier-s!«. sßxiso feet, northeast corner Randolph and Ada-sts. loux>2s feet, northwest corner Ashland and Park avß.. overlooking Union Park -105x130 feet, southwest corner Washington and Eoync-sts. , 25xi2d feet on Washlngton-st., between Wood and Liucola. 2»xu>3 feet on Monroe-st., between Paulina and Wood. 50x;25fecton Jackson-st,. east of Robey. A largo list of residences, residence lota, and business property can always be seen at our office. F’ ORSALE-THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY. BE loauing to an Eastern party, will be sold at about occ-balfitsvaluc, on terms to suit: $4,5Uf-3.«ory brick 12-room house, 77SFulton-st. $2.200—3-story brick, with all modem improve ment*, J 022 West Adaras-ft. sl.6oo—Klnc2-story brick. 424lrv1ng-place. SS.noo—3-story marblu-frout, ur»i West Adams-st. 3-story brick. 422 south Jeffereoii-st. 54,500—3-story inarbie-frout, with all modem Im provements. 1450 Pralrle-av, s7,ooo—Elegant marble-front, 1143 Mlcblgan-av. s2,s'*o— 2-siory frame, with modem Improvements, 182 Thlrty-second-st, $2. Ou t—3-story brick. 9C6 West Polc-st. SIUO per foot, south front, Warreu-av., near Paulina st. Also wanted to purchase 3 good frame-houses, to move near Union Parle. Inquire of JOHN A. BARTLETT, Boom 23. 182 Washlngton-st. FOB SALE-HOUSES-BY C. P. SILVA, ROOM 4, NO. 02 Washlngton-st.; Cottage on Jackson-fit., near Winchester. 52,500. Cottage house on Winchcstcr-av., $2,5*0. Two-story and basement brick on Winchestcr-ar., 53. COO. Two-story and basement brick on Learltt-st.. 53,000. Two cottages,with basements,on lionorc-fit., Brooms each. $2,500. Tweniy-flve houses on South Side, from $1,500 to gP,Q*>esch. Examine my list before purchasing. 1/OR SALE—TO CAPITALISTS—I HAVEFOR SALE X $2,000, too worth of Improved business-property in all parts of the city; which will pay from 7 to 10 per cent Interest on Investment at present low rentals. Capitalists wishing to Invest In Chicago's first-class property should not wait too long, as prices in our good located property will go up in the next twelvemonths more than a great many persons will have an idea of. Inquire of JACOB WEIL. 93 Washlngton-st. IX) R SALE-BAUGAIN-FINE stone-front residence, parlors, dining-room, and kitchen on main floor; fine location, west of Union Park, $8,500; house conld not be built for the money. Fine stone-fronton comer on West Washlngton-st. for $a 000. Fine octagon stone-front, 12 rooms, best part of Ash laad-av., fors7,ooo. WALLER BROTHERS. 94 Washlngton-st. 1?OR SALE-WEST SIDE RESIDENCES: BRICK, . 2 stories and cellar, $4,000, Slone from, 2 stories and cellar, $3,750. Octagon front, brick. 2 stories and basement, $3,200. Brick. 2 stories and basement, $3,500. All in good localities. A large number of other residences, including some desirable frames, very cheap. WALLER BROTHERS. 94 Washlngton-st. t?OR SALK—THE TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT 1 stone swell-front house and lot. N 0.405 Forcst-av., near Thirty-seventh-st., cast front, at a bargain. PIERCE & oUTHET, Real Estate Brokers, 162 LaSalle* fit, (basement). . Fob sale-2-story and basement brick bouse; all modern Improvements; on one of the best residence streets on South Side. Addresß,for par ticulars, E 55. Tribune office. F)R SALE—9-ROOM HOUSE,2 LOTS,FINE ORDER, nice location, cheap for cash, or time If wanted. Address E CO, Tribune office. 17011 SALE—WE ARE ‘AUTHORIZED TO SELL A 1 number of fine houses on Mletilgan-av., east fronts, between Twenty-ninth and Thlrtleth-sts. They will be sold chean. This is an opportunity to get a home in a very desirable locality. YOUNG SPICER, Room G Bryan Block, J7u LaSalle-st. T7ORSALE-A LOT FRONTING EAST ON CENTRAL I? Park, 2-5x175; afullabslract; sssocash. H.MOUE, 531 Warren-av, For sale-ox east terms—house and lot. Fremont, near Centrc-st. care. I- rooms, cheap. 31. c. KELLEY, I J C Madlson-st, _ FOR SALE—AT A B.4HGAIN—ELEGANT FOUR" story marble front hou*c. with all modern improve ments. No. 213 Ashland-av. Inquire at northeast corner of Madison and Dearborn-sts. TOR SALE—2-STORY HOUSE AND LOT. 1318 South Ualsted-Bt.: SI.7U): wants S7OO ca.sh; bal ance can run. inquire at house, 0r334& Clark-st. FIMALMBr M ADI SO'N - ST, —FIN R IM proved corner, renting for 54.0 V. feet im proved, fine corner, east of Ashlaud-av., paying well. ‘Ofcet, with 2 good buildings, near Ashland-av., very cheap. Alaiec assortment of o’hcr pieces Improved aad vacant. WALLER BROTHERS. 04 _Wasbiugton. TfOB SALE—ONLY~S 12. PIECE OF BUST- A ness oropcnv paying over 15 per cent In these hard Lines: only ?4.<iuo cash; must oe sold; who wants a bargain? Address Di‘3, Tribune ofilce. POR SALE—SOUTHEAST CORNER OF FOREST- A av, andThirtv-thlrd-st.. 124; good corner to baud on. JOHN C. LONG. 72 Washlngton-st, FOR SALE—if you want a good business Property, centrally located, well rented, cheap for cash, send your address lo ow*ner»and I will call on you, or send paitlculars If you mean business; no agents gamed. Address D 77, Tribune office. FOR SALE-SOME DESIRABLE 'HOUSES,AND lots on the avenues very low. LUMLKY INGLE PEN. 105 Washlngton-st. I?0U SALK-THREE CORNER LOTS ON WEST . Madißon-sL, with stores and dwellings above; also A No. l comer on West Lake-st., with three stores; and several choice lots cncap. LOVEJOY &WAT b.I3*S, Real-Estate and House-Renting Agency, 221 Tlest Madhoa-st. poU SAt,E—A CORNER LOT. WXICO FEET, A fronting on two business streets; buildings oil rent ed; as lam going to Culoxado. 1 will sell cheap. Apply to OWNER, 243Mate-bt„ Room 23. t'OR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, FINE LARGE A brick house, complete with all modern improve incuts, lot 33x100, on Wabash-av., corner lot; also a large store, centrally located, paving ID per cent: un improved property In all parts of the city. C. w. HER\EY, 142 Dearbom-st. POP, SALK—4OXI*O FEET ON* MICIHGAN-AV., A near Hanno i-court: old-fashioned frame house can be moved oif: only §12.000, If sold before spring. JOHN C. LONG. 72 Washington-st. FOi! SALE-OU EXCHANGE—SOXIOO FEET OS Sedgwlck-st: brings at present, SO>> a year; must j>e sold at once. Address D 52. Tribune office. For sale-coo west adams-st.. 2-story and basement octagon front brick dwelling and barn. 35x125. F. H. WATRISS. »9 and loi Washington^!. FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL BROWN STONE It ESI* dcncc In best part of Park-av.; elegantly frescoed, etc.; dining-room on parlor floor: front and back stairs, etc. Also fine brick bam. Price only SS,SUO. ». H. KEEEFOOT & CO., bl Dcarboru-si. CITY ItKAIi ESTATE. c ‘ : ' l! ' c¥tco - BUSINESS PKOPEHTY. purchaser 8 Muurol: ' s '- ■ a price to net the (pur brick buildings, £0 feet front, north* ™« s A < J orn< ; r Water and LaSalle-su., all well rented—splendid property. four-story stone front on Mndlson-st-, betwein ev?iu 0 t ni 1?“ well occupied, and rents for . 10 first-class tenants. Incumbrance can be as sumed. building on Clark, between Lake and South Water-sts., -JO feet front: well rented. v , DWELLINGS. iwo brick dwellings, three stories and basements, with all modern improvements and sub-cellars. Nos. 41 &nd4:( South Park-av., with fine lake view. A nice brick, two stories and basement, ten rooms, with modern Improvement*; No. 332 Calumct-av. A cottage on the rear of the lot, Three marble fronts, two stories and basements, ten rooms each, with furnaces, water, gas, etc., real gems, fronting on Grovclana Park, opposite the Uni versity. A brick cottage of six rooms, on Cottage Grove-av., just south of Groveland Park- In nice order and cheap. Six marble fronts, three stories suit basements, large and spacious, with modem Improvements, on Twenty flfih-sr., between South Park-av. and the lake, with a line lake view. Low price and easy terms. A brick dwelling, two stories and basement, octagon front, ou Lako-av. (cast front), near Tnirty-seveuth fit.. $2, sou; can run at 7 per cent. A three-story brown-stone front, on Park-av.; par lor, dining-room, and kitchen on first floor; everything first-class from top to bot.om. This is a very choice locality. Easy terms. Five warble-front dwellings on Dcarborn-av.. south of Chlcago-av,, three storks and basements, with all modern improvements: easy terms. Also, a large list of farms and farming lands, and building lots In choice localities. 170 R SALE—BY J. HENRY EOFF, 14 REAPER V Block: 25 feet fronting Llncoln-ar. and running through to Beldeu-av., si,ujo. Puron-st.. near Dearborn, 29x100. Ohio-fit., Market, 25 or SOtIOO, SSO. near Franklin, gSorOOxiO'). Lcdlana-av., near TUtrty-thlrd-st.. 25x125 feet. Mlchfgnn-av., nearThlrty-aecoml-st., 23 or 50 feet. 3 Monroe-fit., near Wood, two-story and baiemeut brick, with French roof. 24 feet, with barn. $5,500. Brick store, with Oat, on Cottage Grove-av.. corner Thlriy-seveutb-fit.: very desirable for store, and will be sold for value of the building. Octagon stone-front dwelling No. 520 Ca’.umet-av., cast front, near Thiny-second-st.; bouse U 22x45 feet, contains lo gooiUrooms, besides closets and bath room; brick barn: will uc sold cheaper than can be built at present prices. Two-story frame and brick cellar dwelling, with parlors, dining-room, and kitchen on main tluonsix 6l\cplng-rooms. bath-room, etc.. No. 4-2 Warren-av., for only 53,200, SSOO cash, and balance 5 years time at 8 per cent. yOU SALE-ELEGANT MARBLE-FRONT. BEST J. part Aehlaod-av.; very cheap. Brown-stone ou Park-av.: JUst elegant;-less than coat to build. ' it ■ Flue 2-story and basement brick on West Monroe. Also, some fine business property: two stores on 6tute-st.. one on South liulstcd, tUrceon West Madi son. one on Canal, etc. Nice lot on Pralrie-uv., $1,500. One on Flournoy, near Westcra-ar., S4OO. 200x185, on corner on Wabash. S2O per foot, One lot near Stoek-Yarda, sisa Splendid lots for $43. Seven acres Washington Heights, SSOO. . Five acres beautiful garden laud, near the limits, South, at a great bargain. Aud much more property. EDWIN A. RICE * CO.. Room G Methodist Church Block, 107 Clark-st. 170 R SALE NOTICE PARTICULARLY - Adams-st., fine octagon brick house, 55.000. Mooroe-sc., choice locality, 31x1*8, only $l2O per foot- Warren-av., choice, south front lot. near Union' Park. 30x125. only SIIO per foot, one-quarter cash. Leavitt-st., very nice brick house, 53,2h0. Monroe st., near Laflln, only SIOO per foot, iladlson-st., cor nerstore, 10t25x123.55,a0. Mudisoa-st.. 39feet,with A l house, only $5.0)0. Jackson-st., a baruam. 1444 Butlcrflcld-st., house and lot, cheap. 299 Walnut-st.. fine frame, 30-foot lot; a sacrifice. Cnnal-sc.. near Polk, only $75 per foot. 11. OSBORN &SON, 128 La- Sallc-fil. ‘ ‘ For sale—by w. d. kerfoot & co., jo east Washlngton-st.: Brick cottage*. 14-story, on stone foundations, with elate roofs, containing six rooms each, besides closets, and supplied with water and sewers; convenient to In* dlana-st. cars; on corner of Cblcago-av. and Robey-st. For Keys, apply on the premises. Also, Frame cottages. 114-story. contalningnineroome. etc. Convenient to the Mllwaukcc-ar. cars on Annitagc*nv. Any of these new cottages will be sold at cost price, on terras onc-filth cash, balance In such payments as will amount to,, a fair rent, and interest at a very low rate. I?OR SALE-BY 11. C. MOREY. 95 CLARK-ST.— . Lots on Jackson, near Lailln-st., south front. $75 per foot; 00x200, Aberdecn-st., near Congress, cast front, $75 per foot; 70xlSOfcct, Adams, near JeCcrson Park, with bouse, Sl0,<O), or. witli 50 feet, 6S.OCK); choice lots on Mourue-st., near Lafiln; lots east front. Lafitn-sc., near Jackson; 3lxlßJ. Adams-st.. near Wood, south front; 23 feci on Warren-av., near Hoyne-st.. sr»7,soper foot; 50 feet corner Monroe and Wlncbcstcr-av. IJOR SALE-BY H. C. MOREY, 95 CLARK-ST.—2 1 stone-front houses. Ashland-sv., near Adams, 3 rooms deep, lotsliu feet deep. S7,O(X); octagon stone front, Monroe-st.. near Lincoln, cheap; 100 Warren av., 3-story stone, all modem Improvements, brick bam. 40-foot lot; 133 South Pcorla-st., cottage and 30- foot lot. $3,990: 23p South Sangamon-st., good 2-story house, furnace. etc., $3,500; 95 Wlncncsier-av.. 2- story brick. S3.OX). A large list of houses and lots In all parts of the West Divislou. For sale—at a great bargain-all the buildings, nnd JotSOxS't on southwest comer of Canal and Monroc-sts.: this property is only two blocks from Field & Lciter’s jobbing bouse and opposite Alton & Chicago depot, where the new depot Is to built at once: wc will sell at a bargain. T. B. BOYD, Room 7, 179 Aladfson-st. • 1?0i: SALE-SPLENDID TWO-STORY AND BASE . meat stone front, with French ruof and barn, only S2O.UX), on Adams-st,« east of Ashland-av. Neat frame house and barn on Park-av. near park, cheap. Corner Sangamon and Monroc-sts.. S6OO. Bargains ali over the West Division. D. P. NEWELL, 188 West Madlsou-st. FOR SALE-SC.IXO-10-EOOM DWELLING, ALL modem Improvements, completely and nicely fur nished, and lot 25x125, south-iront on Monroe-st., be tween Morgan and Aberdeen-su., with furniture and everything for $0,009; U Is a bargain; call and examine It; Si. soy down, balance can run at 7 per cent. T. B. BOYD. Room 7. iTOMaolson-st. T?OU SALE—UHLICII TRACT ON STATE. DEAR- X born, Aruold-sts., and Wcntworth-av., from 50 to 500 feet. GEORGE M. HIGGINSON, Room 5, 114 Dearborn-st. FOR SALE—SSOO—NOW. HERE IS 12-ROOM TWO story nearlv-new frame dwelling; was built five rears aco; Ucost S 2, noo to build, and the lot is 50x125 feet; ills about 100 feet west of Stewart-av.* fronting north on Flltlelh-st.: house needs some little repairs; we loaned $l,O X) on ibis Property and took It six mouths ago on trust deed; It is close to Stock-Yards and only four blocks to Rock Island car-shops; I have complete abstract and perfect title; now, if you are looking for a great bargain, here it is for SSU) cash, house and both lots; go and sec It and come and buy It. T. B. BOYD, Rohm 7, 179 Mftdlson-st. 17OR SALK-AT LOW PRICES AND EASY TERMS I 1 —By JOHN W. MARSH & CO., IK Washington- $2.505— Two-story and basement brick houses 303 and 39'* South Lcavitt-bt, S2.o< >0- Two-story brick houses 9C5 and 971 West Polk-st. $4, erno—Thrcc-story brick house 151 Johnson-piacc. s4.soo—Two-story and basement brick house and brick barn 51 Lnngley-av.. comer, s4.u.io —Two-story and basement brick houses and barns 53, 55, ana 57 Laoglcy-ay« For sale—we have bargains in west Side houses, at SSOO and upwards. GRIFFIN & DWIGHT, comer Washington and llalstcd-sts. 1?OR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-GOOD FRAME 1 house on Morgan-sr. for good house and lot; will assume small Incumbrance. Inquire of W. D. ALLEN, florist, H 5 State-fit. r FOR SALE-OR TRADE—A TWO-STORY FRAME bouse of II rooms, two lots and barn; any one looking for agood home caunot do better than to look at this property: title good. Inquire on the premises. No. 101 North Western-ar, rxn: sale—at half values-residkncks X and choice residence lots, city and suburban ED MUND G. STILES. it) East Madlsou-st., Room 7. FOR SALE-BY n. C. MOREY, 9?» CLARK-ST.. 25 feet on Inulana-av.. cast front, nearThlrty-aecond st.. s*o per foot; 4*x190 feet on Wab;ish-uv., near Twenty-ulnlh-st,. SS.«X); K.O feet on State-st., near Forty-seventn-st., cheap; 200 feet corner Michigan av. and Forty-seventh-au, at a bargain. Foil SALE—AT A GREAT BARGAIN-HOUSE 43 Honore-st., !»rlck. iwo-storvaud basement, modern Improvements, barn in rear. Call for one week at 459 Madlson-su. up-stairs, at dressmaking parlors. I7OR SALE-TWO STYLISH OCTAGON BRICK X houses. West Side, in fine order, $12.« 00; will take s;t,uXJingood lota, balance easy. PIERCE & WARE, 143 Laballc-st. _* l?Oli SALE-INDIANA-AV., CHOICE LOT NEAR X Thlny-thlrd-sl., SBO per foot; elegant sandstone residence, cheap: Forcst-av., marble iront, $3,50U. D. W. STORRS, 94 Washlngton-st. Foil SALE-SOUTH WATKR-ST.. BRICK STORES, nay is per cent on price; West Madlson-st,. several great bargains. D. W. STORRS, 94 __ IIOMkJ kCFECT OF X 1 ground, and rwo-siory. large brick house, and barn, on indiana-av., near Twcuueih-st.: also 2-story and basement, marble front optxjsitc, to settle an estate. A. W. WHEELER, 141 Lakc-sL T7OIC SALE—OR EXCHANGE—THIRTY-THREE A lots (dear) near Rcuncr Factory. 150 feet Micni gan-av., dear, for good house, South Slue. Clear lots on Woat Washington-M. for cottage ami lot. west Slue. Clear property lu Ottawa and Reßhshurg and cash, fur Improved here. .IAS. I* MAY. 93 washington-sc. T?OR SALIC—IO ROOM,* ALL MODERN". STONE- L front dwelling, ham, and lot. half a block west of Union Park on Washingion-st.: will be sold low for cash. T. B. BOYD. Room 7, 179 Madlson-st. I'OR SALE-FOUR LOTS FACING CENTRAL PARK V on Madlson-st., at a great bargain forcash. B. A. ULRICH. 9J Washlngton-st. UOI! SALE—TJIF. ELEGANT UKOWS-STOKE X; house, 853 lndlana-av. (lot t»0 feet front), built by N. S. Bouton; hardwood finish: heated by steam, and Is In good order. Also, the double brick house. 64-1 Mlchlgan-av., near Elghteenth-at.; lot uo feetfront; house heated with steam, and la good order. A. J. AVERELL. !27_Dearboni2.8t. _______ T7OR SALE-SEVERAL HOUSES ON THE AVE -1; nues. South. Some fine bargalus; one completely furnished. HENRY L. HILL. 140 Dearborn-st. T7OP.SALE-4SNinC FEET TO ALLEY ON NORTH- P wear corner of Indlana-nv. and Thlrty-fourth-st. THOS. FREEMAN. 120 Randolph-st.. Room 4. _ 17URSALE-A PIECE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY X forsls.KX)cash; nowrenlingat 10 per cent; will pay more. HENRY L. HILL, 140 Dearborn-st. T?OR SALE-TWO FIRST-CLASS DWELLINGS ON XT iPralrle-av. at pood bargain and favorable terms. FARRINGTON & HACKNEY, 103 Washlngton-st. T?OK SALE-SPLENDID BUILDING LOT. 100 FEET X l , square, on the southeast corner of West Twelfth ana Brown-sts., cheap, and on reasonable terms, or will trade for clear Improved property. Apply to GEORGE W. KREIGII, 532 Twenty-slxth-st., ortoP. J. EUSTACE, 420 West Twulfth-st. SVaVRUAX KEAJL ESTATE* . I7OR SALE—FOIt THE PURPOSE OF DISPOSING 1 of a portion of mv unimproved real estate I will build to suit as to style and manner of payment on the avenues hwthe grove directly cast of the depots; one of the finest locations In the county. Address or call on H. B. LEWIS, Englewood, Wabash-av., near SUty thlrd-st. For sale— you can buy houses at hins dalc, all ready to go Into, for Just what youaro throwing away in rent—and the very best lots, without a dollar, to Improve. 0. J- STOUGH, 123 Dearborn-st. OR SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR A GOOD FARM in Southern Michigan, a good house and largo grounds In Lake View. H. JACOBSON, Box 12, Quo, city. ; TJOB 15 only 254 miles out, 5 miles this side of LaGrange, «iO down, $5 per month; perfect title. Call and we will convince you that these lots are by far the cheap est In the market, D. W. STORK*, 01 Washington-at. THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE; SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1879-SIXTEEN PAGES. COUNTRY BEAU ESTATQ- I7OK SALE—OR EXCH ANGE—I.CoO ACRES OF valuable hardwood and black walnut timber land, underlaid with coal of best quality, lu Letcher Omm tv Kentucky; also. i,7.‘,0 acres of heavy timber land with an abundance of very best black walnut; the land Itself Is best quality for cultivation, and Is also under laid with Immense bodies of the very best quality of coal: lays on a navigable stream about thirty miles south of the Ohio uiver In Johnson County, Kentucky: ai50,309 feet east frontage near the lakeln South Chica go. Also 80 acres of splendid land within one and ahalf miles of the CUy of Fort’Scott, Kus. All the above valuable property Is entirely free and clear; also equity In one of the tlncst residence properties In this State, with seven acres of highly improved grounds, lu a suburb of Chicago. Would like to soil the above valuable property or would exchange for farms: would assume light Incumbrances. Address with full par ticulars I*. 11., 772 Cottage Grove-av. l?OI! SALE-OR EXCHANGE-BEAUTIFUL PLACE X at Benton Harbor. .Mich.. 17 acres, all kinds of fruit, good Hnnrovments, running water, adjoining city. Suitable for milk farm. Good market. M. C. KELLEY, 146 Mudisun-st. J7OR SALE-A GOOD*STCCK AND GRAIN FARM JL In Marlon Townshln,Lee County. Illinois—24oacres well fenced, good Improvements, good house and out building*. orchard, and four wells of water. Will sell on;reafiuiiAble terms. For further Information apply to GEO. KEITH. Box 343, Dixon, Lee County, Illinois. T?OR SALE-or*. RENT—I 33 ACRES, ALL FENCED, X 25 timber. H 5 under the plow, three miles from de pot; rent. Smo per year, half lu advance. BISHOP, Morris, Grundy County, 111. I?OR SALE—I GO TO NEBRASKA FEB. 1G FOR clients (and any others) to Investigate Nebraska lands, investigations and reports made cheap. WILL H. MOORE, 150 Dearborn-si. I?OR SALE—S2O-ACRE FINE IMPROVED FARM lu Wnyac County. ia., near railroad; 00 acres tim ber. balance all cultivated: good farm house and barn; first-class well at house; 10-acrc orchard: living stream of water; no better stock or grain farm In the State: »20 per acre; $2,40) cash, balance long time at 6 per conk Address O 30, Tribune oificc. , •f?OR SALE-OR EXCHANGE—SEVERAL FIRST- X class lowa and Kansas farms for cash, or exchange for good city property. Also a good hotel in a llourhm- Ing Western town. Also clear city residence to trade for business property. FARRINGTON & HACKNEY, 10 > Washlustou-st. TX)R SALE-CHEAP-OR exctiange-a fine 1. fitmt In Nebraska, and fine tract of unimproved lands in iowa. Call at Room 12 Metropolitan Block. yOU SALE-CUEAP-OU TRADE—A VERY, DK- X siraiile farm «f 320 acres in Iroauola county, 111. Inquire at Room 5, 177 South Clark-st. - FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE-ONE OF THE BEST Improved farms in Cook County, 1G miles from Chicago, 3 miles cast of Dcsplalnes. and 3 miles from Park Ridge, 13'»r.cn;3, all under fence and cultivation: M-room rramc building, flue lartre barn, and orchard; land the best (free anu clear); will take good business or residence property, clear, T. B. BOYD, Room 7, J73'Madison-sr. /' 170 R SALE— SPLENDID FARM OF 410 ACHES IN . ’ Monroe Cotmt.v. 510. Large 2-stary frame house; orchard of all kinds of fruit; finely fenced; beau tiful truer, and offered at the price of $6,000. Several smaller Janus at great bargains. R. 11. ROWLAND. 20 Metropolitan Block. T?OR SALE-FARM OF 100 ACRES IN McIIENRY X Comity, 111., os good laud as there Is In the county, lor $29 per acre. DEITZ. 163 Hnmlolph-st.. Room 60. REAIj estate wanted. TT/'ANTED—A HOUSE AND LOT IN GOOD CITY » location, and pay for it In lands or lets and cash. Andress, giving number and price, I)46,Tribune ottlce. Wasted-house lot. north side; will give ICO acres. Portage County, 'Wisconsin, worth $1,2(0, clear, aud will assume $1,020. 159 North Market-st. XVANTED—IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY FOR choice Illinois farm of 103 acres, near depot. Address with futl particulars D su, Iribune office. WANTED - IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY, dear, for choice Kansas land; also ss<>o to $3,000 to loan on city improved. KD S. ATKINSON, 139 Dearburn-st. WANTED-A NICE STORE IN GOOD BUSINESS, somewhere in Chicago, and lot; will pay SI, &At or $2.000 cash; this Is as high priced as we will go; owners call and see me. T. B. BOYD, Room 7, 179 Madlson-st, WANTED— A GOOD BUSINESS BUILDING IN A good business location; will pay s3,ooocaab. :\ good 12-room house and lot 23*>x345. at Riverside; might assume from Sl.ooo to $2,500 If location suited. Address for five days D 56, Tribune office. WANTKD-A SMALL HOUSE AND LOT IN EX \ > change for a complete German newspaper prim ing office worth si,Coj cash. Address Cb. Tribune, \T7ANTED-TO PURCHASE FOR CASIT-A SMALL «Y house or cottage and Jot on North or West Side. Address, for three days, D 21), Tribune office. WANTED-A GOOD 2-STORV AND BASEMENT house, from $ l,(*X) to SO,OO. In either division; slate location and lowest price. Address D m, Tribune, WANTED—THE BEST'HOUSE THAT CAN BE > \ bought for good piece ot property and $2,500 cash. Address J. L. DORSET!, 170 Wash!ugiou-tt, \\T ANTED WII.D LAND FOR A DESIRABLE 1 \ house and ground lu delightful' suburb, subject to moderate incumbrance. Address D CJ, Tribune. WA NTED—FOR (ALL CASH-A HOUSE (NOTIN block) on South side, about Si,Oou; give descrip tion. V 92. tribune office. WANTED— A COTTAGE AND LOT ON SOUTH Side; small payment down; balance monthly. Z 22, Tribune office. WANTED—A HOUSE AND LOT WORTH $2.50.1 • t on "West Side, for So acres of choice lowa land andcash- C. B. WILSON, Room 11. OSDcarborn-st. W’ ANT E1)-RE AL‘ ESTATE, “FOR* CASH-HOUSE nnd lot (store preferred) north of Twenty-second ami cast of Halsted-sts.; price not to exceed $4,C00. Address E 80. Tribune office. • V\7 ANTED—REAL ESTATE—FOR ALL CASH—IO. 1V room dwelling and lot south of Twcnty-second-st. between Sfatc-st. and Indlana-av. Give full particu lars. Address E 81, Tribune office. - XV ANTED—A SMALL HOUSE AND LOT, SOUTH \> Side, for nil cash: give description and price. Address F 13. Tribune office. WANTED-TO PURCHASE—2-STORY AND BASE incut brick or stone-front dwelling (no octagon front) on North Sides: boundaries, Indiana and La- SalJc-its.. Dearborn and NortU-avs. State location and terms. E 90, Tribune office. WASTEU-TO PURCHASE A DWELLING IX EV anstou; must be a bargain; or will rent a furnish ed house for the summer or year. Call on or address CHARLES NORTHUP. paffyJTelegrapb office, dcy. __ TITStKD-OWXEHS OF DESIRABLE CHICAGO Vi Duslncsaor residence property, Improved or un improved, who offer special inducements for Invest* mem, may address in strict confidence ETribune. XOUE.V West Side* rpo RENT-Sl2 PER MONTH—FIXE TWO-STORY I brick houses, 421 irvtng-placc and Ih FUlmore-st.: s*, second floor 10 Harvaru-st.; sl2 before .May I, and sls thereafter, two-story frame, 30 llarvard-ac. In quire at 355 Wcstcru-av. >po RENT—A DESIRABLE DWELLING, SUITA* X ble for either hoarding or lodging, in good location on West Side, near street-cura,u at a reasonable price. FARRINGTON & HACKNEY, 105 Washlngton-st. TO RENT—O'JS WEST MONROK-ST.'. TWO-STORY and basement brick house, in good condition. GEO. MILLS ROGERS, 81 Ciftrk-at., Room 32. rpo REST—BRICK HOUSE. 2-STOUV AND BASK* X ment, swell front, modern improvements, corner, south front. West 5\ asbingtou-st., cheap rent; will discount till May 1. Furniture complete for sale at a low figure. Address D 03, Tribune office. M'U KO'f-W« WEST MADISON-ST. -A BRICK L basement cottage. Inquire at IK4 East Randolph* St., orSSS West Monroc-st. 'PO KENT— S3O PER MONTH. 12-ROOM 2-STORY 1 dwelling, every modern Improvement, and barn. 237 Canipbcll-av.. one block from street cars; key ut my office. T. B. BOYD. Room 7, 179 Madison-st. rpo KENT— FROM MARCH I, A DESIRABLE 1 brick, swell-front. 10-room house, with modern Improvements, hath, hot ami cold water, etc. Carpels, eomti furniture, and a cabinet of geological specimen* for sale at a-bargain. Applvon premises, 3UO West Jackson-st. C. R. bLacKALL. rpo ‘BENT-BRICK COTTAGE, FIVE ROOMST i. with two-story barn. 230 West. Taylor-st. Apply at 133 LaSalle-ac. 'f. K. COURTNEY. rPO RENT—WK HAVE A LARGE LIST OP HOUSES 1 at from $lO to 575 per month rent. Also a line furutslied house on West Mouroe-st. GRIFFIN DWIGHT, corner Washington and Hiilsted-sts. rj'6’"RENT~TnAT' VERY PLEASANT 7-ROOM L cottage No. 902 West Madlson-st.: water, gas, etc. B. W. THOMAS & CO.. 132 Laballc-st. rpo RENT—TWO-STORY HOUSE AND BARN, NO. I ll*4 West Adains-st., sls. M. C. BALDWIN & CO., 78 Dearborn-si.. Room l. - rpO RENT—TO A GOOD TENANT. COTTAGE, 702 X West Madison-st,. with modem improvements. Apply at C 92 West Madison-st. • rpo RENT—TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT X house, 122 South Sangamon-st. Low to a good tenant. rpo RENT—A HANDSOMELY-FURNISHED HOUSE 1. of 9 room?, hoc and cold water,and all modern con veniences, on Park-av., In exchange tor hoard for iady and two children. References required. Address R 25, Tribune office. South Side* rpo RENT—THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT JL marble-front dwellings on Twenty-sccond-sr., be tween Calumet and South i'ark-avs.; throe-story ami ba-ement brick, furnished or unfurnished: 404 South Clark-st., boot and shoe store, with fixtures; otHces corner of Randolph and LaSallc-sts.: No. 1 Forty-first sc., dwelling. 13 rooms. Jullft GUNZENIIAUSER, 151 Randolph-st., Room I.* rpo RENT-BRICK BASEMENT, TWO-STOUY X dwelling. No. 1431 lndlana-av. Apply at Room 2, 14(5 Madlson-si. ■ rpo RENT-NEW 10-RoOM HOUSE, PRAIRIE-AV, X ami Thlrty-nlnth-st.. all modern Improvements. GEO. A, SPRINGER, UJ Dearborn-at. rpo RENT-FINE STONE-FRONT HOUSE OX IN- X . dlana-av., between Thirty-first ana Thirty-fifth sts.; possession at once or Ist March. Address E 26, Tribune ofilce. • rpo RENT—THAT VERY PLEASANT 11-ROOM A octagon stone-front house No. 002 Wabash-av.; furnace, gas fixtures, etc. B, W. THOMAS ic CO., 132 LaSallc-st: rpo RENT—CHEAP—I6S3 PRAIRIE-AY., 2-STOP.Y X and basement si one-front dwelling, containing all modern improvements. ADOLPH LOEB & BRO,, 120 and 131 LaSalle-st. rpo RENT-HOUSES ON AVENUES AND SOUTH X Doarborn-st.. sl2 to $25. M. N. LORD, 151 Ran - dolph-st. , . rpo RENT—THE LARGE RESIDENCE NO. I PARK X. Row. Inquire at Room 2, 03 Dearhora-st. Korth Side* TO RENT-NICK 10-ROOM BRICK HOUSE NEAR Lincoln Park; all conveniences: good neighbor hood : rent low. C. S. WALLER. 41 Clark-sL, Room 11. rpo REST—FURNISHED HOUSE. 365 BELDEN-AV., X North Side, 3 rooms, gas, bath-room, parlors; hall freshly papered. : rpOBENT-AND FURNITURE FOR SALK-A MAR JL ble front, in best location on North side, com pletely furnished; will sell at a great bargain for cash. Po«-e<sIon given between this and May l; rent low; a rare chance tor newly married couple or new begin ners. Address C 12, Tribune office. • fro REST— ELEGAXTIA FURNISHED HOUSE IJT -I lDe most desirable location on Nouh Side. If you Irish something flrst-clnss In every particular call on T. U. IVATIiIaS, bfl and 101 H ashlnglon-si. ri'O KENT— A’WELL-FCRXISnED RESIDENCE ON i Dearhorn-av., near Krle-st.. to a private family only. Two adults and child 3 years old would board or keep rooms, as suited tenant. Address D 66. Tribune. rpo RENT—ELEGANT HOUSE, THREE STORIES, X basement, and sub-cellar, and large barn, on North State street, north of Division, Inquire of £, S. DREYER& CO., OS Dearborn-st. rPO BENT—2I PINE-ST.—CHEAP. BACK AND J. fiout parlor, furnished. NorthSide—Coutinuca. 'T'OKENT-7-!;OOjI BIIICK HOUSE ON BELDEK 1. uv., ucnr Mnculn Bark: cellar: nobasemeat. M. PollTEtl, M Graat place* 'IX) KENT—THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT 12- X room house for boarding or dwelling-house, near corner of Chicago and Uearbom-avs. rpu RENT—HOUSES—BY 12. CUMMINGS & CO., X 134 LaSahe-st.. cornerof Madison: 264 Ashland-av., stone front. H rooms, gas fixtures. 268 Ashland-av., stone-front brick.barn, furnace,etc. 274 Park-av.. 12 rooms, gas fixtures, bath, etc. 44 Ladin-st.. 3-stor/ and basement dwelling, with barn. las-Ashland-av., near Monrocrst., stone front, 14 rooms, bam, Ac. 3io Chlcairo-av., nearStatc-sL. 3-story stone front, finest location In the city, only SSO per mouth. .4 aud ti Vlucennes-plucc. 2-story bricks. io rooms. 281 Vcrnon-av.. 2-story and basement brick dwelling; furnace, hot and cold water. All tenants holding leases from this office expiring May l, ls7i). and who desire to retain possession of the same premises for another year, will please call at once. E. A. CUMMINGS A* CO., 134 LaSalic-sr. fVO RENT—BY JOHN W. MARSH & CO., 04 WASH i Ington-st. . » WEST SIDE—3O3 and 397 South Lcavltt-st., 2-story and basement bricks. 462 South Paullna-st./i-story and basement brick. wW West llarrlfion-st., 2-story frame. SOUTH SlDE—lsl.lehnson-|>lace, 3-story brick and celmr. 2 aud 5 Lungley-lcrrace (Fony-secoud-st., Hyde Park). 2-storv, and basement, and sub-cellar: stone fronts. 42>w Langley-av., Hyde Park, 2-story and basement brick. Three elegant flats In the new stone-front building, situated ou the northwest corner of Cottage Grove-av. and Thlrty-elghtn-st. fro REST-FIRST-CLASS DWELLINGS IN DE- X slrablc locations at reasonable rates; aDo unfur nished snUoa of moms for light housekeeping, FAR KINGTON & HACKNEY, 105 Bashingtou-*r. rpO RENT—A FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED HOUSE X to a man and wife, or a widow without children. There are enough boarders lu the bouse to pay ex penses that will stay If the house Is properly kept. Ad dress F 18, Tribune ofllce- • rpo RENT-EIGHT NEW BUILDINGS; BRICK. X Inquire at buildings corner Western and Park-avs. GEORGE DEUIHBH. Rooms to rent corner Twenty flfih-»t. and Portlaud-av. Inquire of WM. FERGU SUN, 415'Twcnty-litth-st. Suburban* fro RENT-A HOUSE AND EIGHT ACRES OP L cultivated laud at Washington Heights, close by depot on Rock Island Railroad. JAS. K. PUTNAM, 25 Portland Block. _ fPO RENT-FARMS OF 40 TO 160 ACRES AT X Hinsdale; irood buildings, flrst-class land; $3 per acre. O. J. STOUGII. 123 Dcarborn-st. 'PO RENT-CHEAP-A GOOD TEN-P.OOM HOUSE, X barn, and large orchard, with ten acres of ground; fine scenery: only half-hour ride from the city. At PICK'S, l4sTweuty-secoud-*t. West Side* TO RENT-CHOICE FLATS ON WEST MADISON st., corner of Paulina. All bright and clean. Ready by Wednesday. D. W. &TORUS, 94 Washlagton-st. . Soutti Side* fro RENT-FLATS FOR HOUSEKEEPING IN ST. X Albans, 291 and 297 Wabash*av, Modem Improve ments; low rent. F. A. STEVENS, 31 Dcarborn-st. TO RENT—ROOMS IN THE BEST LOCATIONS ou the North Side, furnished or unfurnished, cn suite aud single, to reliable people only. No charge to tenants. ROOM-RENTING AND BOARDING EXCHANGE, ROOM 3 TRIBUNE BUILDING. fpO RENT—DESIRABLE UNFURNISHED ROOMS X nils North Throop-st., near Mudiaop; no house keeping. rpO RENT—I 33 SOUTH GREEN-ST.. BETWEEN X Adams and Jackson—Nlcelv-furulabed rooms, with modem conveniences. rpO RENT —I*o MADISON-ST.—4 UNFURNISHED i. rooms In Jefferson Park Hotel, for light houiekecp ing. Apply in office. rpo RENT—I3O WEST MADISON-ST., UPPER X floor, for S l2 per month, a nicely furnished room, large closet, hot and cold water, and use of bath-room. rpo RENT— 2I2 SOOTH PEORIA-ST.—NICELY X furnished rooms, suitable for man and wife or two gents; bath, hoc and cold water, on same floor; acces sion to all atreet-cars, rpo RENT-X'PLEASANTLY FURNISHED FRONT X room, suitable for one or two gentlemen. Inquire at 372 West Washington-fit, rpO RENT—A FROST ALCOVE SUITE AND ONE X lame side room, furnished. In a private family; flrst-ciass location; modern Improvements; WestWasn- Ingtou-st., near Throop, Address D 31, Tribune office, rpo RENT—A WELL-FURNISHED DOUBLE ROOM X for gentlemen in private family. 41 Carucocer-st., near Wa.-hlnuiom . rpo RENT—3I SOUTH F.UZABETH-ST., WITHOUT X board, nicety furnished back parlor and bedroom, together or separate; rent low. rpo RENT—A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT AL- I cove room to two lu good dadrable neighborhood on 'West Side, near street-cars. In a private family. Address A SI. Tribune office. f | ■'OR KN T—A PA RT MEN TS OF FOUR ROOMS IN X new brick building, corner Polk and Morgan-sts.; rent from $7 to $8 per mouth. Inquire ar 202 Centre-a v. rpO~I»ENT— FIRST-CiTaSS~ FURNISHED”ROOMS. X DYBALL, liia West Madlson-sr. rpO RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS IN PRIVATE X family at 120 South Sangamon-st. TO RENT-ROOMS IN THE BEST LOCATIONS ou the South Side, furnished or unfurnished, cn bul*c or single, to reliable people only. No charge to tenants. ROOM-RENTING AND BOARDING EXCHANGE. ROOM 3 TRIBUNE'BUILDING. rpO RENT-FURNISHED FROST ROOM AT 01 X Dearborn-st.; gad and closets; also a few cheap rooms. ‘ rpO RENT—AT f —l EAST HARRISON-ST., TWO X nicely-furnished front rooms, with all modern con veniences. fpO RENT FURNISHED 337 WABASU-AV.. X large front room, or two rooms. rpO KENT-THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR X housekeeping. 807 Wabash-av. j rpo RENT—FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING,THREE X rooms In second story, front, State-st., near Van Buren-st., sl4 per month. C. S. WALLER, 41 Clark sc.. Room u. ■MOUSES. rpO RENT—NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH X hot and cold water at most reasonable rates. No. 1132 Indlana-av. rpo KENT—DESIRABLE FURNISHED ROOMS X with or without board. 45 Peck-court. rpO RENT-TWO”FURNISHED ROOMS-GO 4 WA- X bash-av.; oue a second-floor rear room with private bath-room, hot and cold water: the other a third-floor room, newly painted and papered. rpo RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS ON WABASH- X av,, nearSlxteenth-st. Address EC, Tribune. rpo RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED* ROOMS FOR X housekeeping on Wabash-av., near Twelfth-st., cheap to good parties. Address F 42, Tribune office, rpo X wished, ycry cheap. at 73 East Van Buren-st. rpO RENT-SUITE ROOMS FURNISHED ALL COM- X plctc for housekeeping with every convenience; private family. 633 Wabash-uv. rpo RENT-ROOMS CORNER STATE AND HAR- X rlson-sts. Apply to J*. O'NEIL or Janitor. rpo RKNT-BEAUtTfuI ROOMS, FURNISHED OR X unfurnished, most desirable location In the city. Apply at Room 15, 46aad4SClark-»t., adjolufng Sher man House. rp6 UENT-278 MICfIIGAN-AV.—NICEEY FUR- X ntshed large or small rooms; single or en suite; also unfurnished room.-*. • rpo RENT-TWO NEATLY-FURNISHED FRONT X rooms at U 8 Twcnty-sccond-st. _ rpo UENT-C35 WABASH-AV.. DESIRABLE ROOMT X furnished or unfurnished. _ TO RENT-A VERY DESIRABLE FRONT SUITE of rooms, suitable for two gentlemen, northeast corner State mid Van Buren-stn.. Flat No. 3. RENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ALCOVE X room; pleasant home; private family. 878 Wuhash-iiv. rpo RENT-ELEGANT?URNISHGD FRONT ROOM. X second floor; also day-boarders wanted. 731 Wa basb-av, • ■ rpo RENT—WELL-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM X single, and suites front and back at Walton House, 34 am! 3U Waahlngiou-at._MKS. HIXON. rpo RENT—CHEAP—FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH 1 or without hoard. Apply at Room 5. No. lou Frank- Hn-st., or at the Irving House. ■ rpo RENT-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS IN X suites or single at 233 Wabash-av. Inquire Room 8. rpo KENT—FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS, SOUTH- X era exposure, single or cn suite, to gentlemen only. Call at CO East Kaudolph-st., third floor. rpO KENT-17 EAST HARRISON-ST ~‘~NICELY X furnished south front room or suite of rooms. ri'Q OF TWO ROOMS. PARLOR 1 floor, furnished or unfurnished; private family; Washfngton-st., few blocks east ot Union Park. Address K 2U, Tribune office. rpo RENT-NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS. AT 140 X East Madlson-at.; very reasonable rales. Room is. rpo RENT—A FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE FUR X gentleman or lady. 70 Twemy-accond-at. rpO RENT-10 EAST SIXTEENTH-ST.—ELEGANT -1 ly-furni«hcd south front alcove room. and back par lor; all modern Improvements. .rpO REXf-A XICEI.V-yDBXISIIEU ROOM IX A 1 private family, with heat and hot water. Inquire atßlo Wabasb-av. MO RENT-ROOMS FURNISHED OR UNFUR- X nlshed, - with or without board; bi-g tlocatfou on South Side; also, good barn. Address F_77, JYlbune. _ rpO RENT—I 6 hLtHHDGE-COURT, A FRONT X room, nicely furnished, without board. rpO RENT—NICETV-FURNISHED ROOMS, CHEAP X to permanent tenants. SO cents to $1 per day. 11)3 East Washlngton-su, Room Hi. rpo RENT-250 MICHIGAN-AV., TEN MINUTES’ X walk from Madlson-st.—Handsomely furnished rooms. Avltb or without board; prices reasonable. rpo REST-ON SOUTH SIDE-FURNISHED OIC I unfurnished rooms or whole bouse; If whole house, board owners. F 10, Tribune oillce. rpo RENT—TO GENTLEMAN. A LARGE. NICELY- X furnished room; private family. 472 Wabaah-av. rpO RENT-ROOMS IN THE BEST LOCATIONS 1 on the West Side, furnished or unfurnished, en suite or single, to reliable people only. No charge to UUOM-UKNTIN'G AXD BOARDIXG EXCUAKGE, ROOM 3 TRIBUNE BUILDING. f pO RENT—2OB ERIE-ST.—IN A PRIVATE FAM -1 lly, a furnished room suitable for one or two gen tlemen; references required. fpO RENT—A HANDSOME FURNISHED FRONT L room, to gentlemen only, atupoHludlana-sc., near Rush. ■ rpO RENT-TWO OR THREE FURNISHED FRONT X rooms, with stove and dishes, all complete for housekeeping. 224 North Clark-at. fpO RENT-LARGE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM X on third floor. 223 Ohlo.st. rpo RENT-ONE ELEGANTLY FURNISHED X front room, with large cluset. bath, hot and cold water. Apply at 250 East Indlana-sR miscellaneous TO RENT—NICELY tUUMSHED ROOMS COM- Piece for housekeeping, also single room. C 7, Tribuue office. . . TO KENT—HOUSES* miscellaneous. TO KtRVX—CXATS, TOBEXT-ROOMS. West Side* South. Side* North Side* TO KENT—BOOMS. JlHsccllaneous Continued. TO BENT-ROOMS AND APABTMENTS-BT E. A. CUMMINGS A CO., 134 LaSalle-st..corner Madison: *i3t LaSalle-st., very pleasant suite of 4 rooms, oppo site Grand Pacific. _ _ Corner Adams and Clark-sts., Porter Block, decant suites of 2 aud 3 rooms just tiulshed. 243 State-st., elegant suites m Tobey Building. 242 Siate-st., second door. large pleasant room. 45 and 47TlilrJ-av., suite, three rooms. 411 and4!3Statc-st.. suites of tbrecrooms. 7631$ Wabash-av., near tilxtcenth-st-. second floor. 2i)7 to 301 West Randolph-fit., very pleasant: data of 5 rooms sl3 at;dSls. &0710515 West Madlson-st, very fine rooms, stogie or cn suite. 242 Soutu Morgan-st, rooms in second story, hath, etc. 104 Milwnakce-ar., stone-front, second floor, six rooms. Sl6. 7:f7 to 745 West Madlson-st., stone front, corner Lin coln. very pleasant dais of 7 rooms each. bath. etc. £O7 to 515 West Madlion-st.. formerly Bishop Court Hotel, large due dining-room. Alltcnauts holding leases from this office expiring Muy I, 1879. and who desire to retain possession of the same premises for auothcr year, will please call at once. K. A. CUMMINGS «fc CO.. 134 LaSalle-st. OFFICES, &c. Stores* JpO BF.NT-STOBES, BY E. A. CUMMINGS & CO., 1 134 LaSalle-st., corner Madison: 233>outh Water-st., large store, fine location for commission bouse. 234 and 236 LaSalle-st., opposite Grand Pacific Hotel, two good stores. 47Ttiird-ar., near Van Buren-st., brickslore. sls. 66 West Washlngton-st., brlckstore, very cheap. 307J$ West Lake-st.. store near ElUabctU-st., cheap. 741 West MaUlson-st. T corner Lincoln, elegant store In marble front block. SO West Lake-st, near Clinton, with rooms above. 759 West Madlson-st., near Wluchester-av., neat store. All tenants holding leases from this office expiring May I, 1879. and who wish to retain possession of the same premises for another year, will please call at once. K. A. CUMMINGS & CO., 134 LaSalle-st rpO RENT-42 AND 44 LAKE-ST., 5 STORIES. 45X X 135 feet: water elevator. 239 and 241 Lake-st., 5 stories. 40x180 feet; steam power and steam heating; skvllght. 130 and 132 Wabush-av., store and basement, 45x150 feet. 114 Monroc-st., second and fourth floors; also, base ment, 22HjXlG() lect; good light. Several stores on State-st.; also, stores, lofts, offices, and basements In all parts of the imalness centre. *PO BEST-STORE 19 LAKE-ST., 170x34 FEET. 5- 1 story and basement, steam elevator, steam heat, cheap rent. Apply at Room 4 Reaper Block. rpO RENT-STORE, 68 AND 70 WABASH-AV-, X front Wabash-av. and Dearborn Park, 43x180, WM. U. WOOD, 31 Dearbom-av. rpo RENT—STORE 267 SOUTH CLARK-ST.; GOOD X location for clothing or grocery. D. HORTON, Room ll Reaper Block. • r PO RENT—THE STORE NOS. 120 AN D 122 FRANK -1 lin-ac.; near Madison, with water elevator, at rea sonable rent from May i. Also, store No. 126 Franklin at., three doors from Madison; water elevator; from Feb. 10. FARRINGTON HACKNEY, 103 Waahing ton-st. rpO RENT—DOUBLE STORE.. 36 AND 28 RIVEU- X st. I.l*. COATES, 05 Washlugtou-st. rpo RENT—ONE-HALF STORE ON SOUTH WA- X ter-flt., a most desirable location for business. D 87, Tribune olUce. 'po RENT-STORE FOR CIGAR AND NEWSPAPER I. depot, on Madlson-sc., near Lincoln: will sell fix tures, or rent with ilxturcs. Wc also have stores to rent on Indiana, Halsicd. Madison. Lake, and Canal sts.. and Mllwaukco-av. GRIFFIN & DWIGHT, cor ner Washington and Halstcd-sts. rpo RENT-STORE 272 EAST MADISON-ST.. SIOO L per month. Apply on premises. ■ rpo” RENT— STATE-S 7 fTi~NEAR ADAMS, 4-STORY X stone front store. Wabash-av., 3 line lofts, with elevator, and shipping room on first floor. West Mad lson-st., No. 1 market, tine fixture*, only sl3 per month. D. W. SToURS, 84 Washington-fit. rpO RENT—FROM MAY l-TUE ELEGANT STORE I northeast corner of Clark and Monrou-sta. Also, other stoics near corner. Apply Room 3. above store. rp6 RENT-ENTIRE'BUILDINGNo. 4g'IAKE-ST.': X also stores, basements, offices, and housekeeping rooms on South CJark-st. Apply to MALCOIM Mc- NEIL, 221 South Ciark-st. Offices* TO RENT—THE ELEGANT OFFICE UNDER TRE mont House, corner Lake and Dearborn-su. No. au Dearborn-st. Store Nos. G S and 70 Wabash-av. WILLIAM U. WOOD, 31 Dearboan-st. rpO RENT-FURNISHED FRONT OFFICE OR DESK X room, with vault, water, etc. Apply at Room 6, 230 Dcarborn-st. rpo REM—A SMALL OFFICE ON THE GROUND X floor ncartho corner Lake andState-sts.; suitable for brokers dealing In tobacco, tea, coffee, groceries. etc.. Apply at 86 LaSalle-sc., Room 24. OocKa and Yarns. TO RENT—A DOCK 410X550 ON SOUTH BRANCH at C.. A. & Sc. L. R. R. bridge. Apply at 771 Archer-av. ' Miscellaneous. rpo RENT—TENANTS WANTED FOR FOUR AND X fire-story buildings on Canal, near Madison-si., built lor wnolesalc purposes, adapted to any large Busi ness; 40.0(0 square feci floor room lu each. Kent low, aau on logg time. P. W. GATES, 52 Cauul-st. rpo RENT—TiI BEST, STOCK AND DAIRY FARM X In Cook County, ib miles from Chicago; everything about It com lete; living water, etc. Tor particulars apply to R. W. RATUBoUNE, IbU East Washington fit., Room 8. rpo RENT—FARM—UX) ACRES HAY AND2O ACRES X of plow laud; 12 miles out; rich laud. C.W.DEAN, C 8 Market-sc. rpO RENT— S 7 AND 50 WEST WATER-ST., BE- X tween Madison and Washington, new building, rooms for manufacturing purposes, with or without power, 510 and upward. E. A. CUMMINGS & CO., 134 LaSalle-st., corner of Madison. rpo RENT-Sls PER MONTH, BASEMENT ON X northwest corner Van Bureu and Sherman-sts.; has fixtures for a saloon In It. rpO KENT-SMALL SUBURBAN FARM SUITABLE X for dairy or vegetables: good orchard: good house. K 70, Tribune office. rpO RENT-CORNER BASEMENT. WITH POOL- X table and fixtures; cheap to a good tenant. D. I’. NEWELL,TSB West Madlson^st. WANTED TTO KENT. WANTED—TO RENT—AT ONCE. 11 bUITES OF if rooms for housekeeping and several cottages, furnished and unfurnished,for A No. 1 tenants. ROOM* RENTING AND BOARDING EXCHANGE, ROOM 3 TRIBUNE BUILDING. man and wife, no children, a small furnlsncd house or a suite of well-furnished rooms complete in all its appointments, for housekeeping; closets and bath-room connecting; booth bide. Address, giving particulars, MoM. X'ost-Uffice Box 70, City. x XT ANTED—TO RENT-ON THE SOUTH SIDE, it light basement, with small office on street level, for laundry purposes. State terms. Address E 82, Tribune office. . WANTED— TO RENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED rooms by two gentlemen within twenty-five min utes’ walk of Tremout House. F 23. Irlbune office. WANTED— TO RENT—TWO ROOMS BY GENTLE man and wife, thirty minutes’ walk from Trib une Building. F 20, Tribune office. fir ANTED TO RENT LANDLORDS HAVING I* houses.stores. fiats, or rooms fonrciu this spring to dhil and have them listed early on our reutmg-book; also any real estate you have for sale or exchange. Me have every facility to rent or sell property to ad vantage. LOVEJOV & WATKINS* Real-Estate and House-Renting Agency. 221 West Madlson-st. WANTED— TO RENT—A HOUSE SUITaBLI Lo cated and not over twenty minutes’ ride from Statc-st.; will take long lease If location and amount of rent Is satisfactory; references given; North or South Side preferred. Address B 67. Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-A COMPLETELY-FUR uished room for two younc gentlemen, near busi ness centre; North Side preferred. In answers she Kind enough to slate terms and all necessary Informa tion. Address Du. Tribune office. _ Wr ANTED—TO KENT—A FLAT OK I*LOOK UN VV furnished, sto 7 rooms, with oath and closet, on South or North Side; must be first-class location. Ad dress D 12, Tribune office. WTNTEU-TO RENT—UPPER FLOOR OP HOUSE, South Side, east of SCstCe-st.; must be cheap. Address, with price ami particulars, D 13. 1 rllmue. WANTED-TO RENT—BY MAN AND WIFE. NO children, a nicely-furnished cottage or house of 6or 7 rooms, on North or south Side; must have mod ern linpiovemeiits.and be convenient to cars. Address D 4, Tribune office. , W ANTED—TO RENT—FOUR OR FIVE ROOMS furnished complete for housekeeping; please state price and location. D 25, Irlbune olilee. TXT ANTED—TO KENT— 3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED iV rooms on West Side, between Madison and huUon, Wood and Hoyne-sis. D 04. Tribune. O T f/D—TO*’R*E Nf A F URN I SI! EI) HOUSE IN good location, good size, and with modern Im provements. Address C 13,_Trlbuue ofllce. X\T ANTED—'TO ~RENT—A SMALL, FURNISHED W house, south of Thlrtecuth-at. and cast of state. Address D US. Tribune office. ; ti 7 ANTED—TO RENT-A LARGE, ELEGANTLY W furnished, souih or cast front, or suite of rooms. In vicinity of Ashland and Park-avs.. with or without board, for hujhaud and wife, h 41. Tribune oillce. small store, with VV ‘living rooms above, in a good business location; reut not to exceed $25 per monih. I) :td,Tribune office. ITTANTED—TO RENT—FROM ABOUT MAT 1. BT VV a retailer with an established business, store on Uamlolnli. Madison. South Water, or State or Clurk sts north ot Madison. Address. with location ami terms. II w. Tribune office. \\ 7 ANTKD —TO RENT—A SLEEPING-ROOM AND VV breakfast on Sundays by a gentleman; he wishes such accommodation In a strictly private family resid in'- either oi»cb«lte or near the la<e; satisfactory refer ence given. Address D 23, *1 ribuouoillce. VV prompt-paying tenant a dwelling having about 10 rooms, with English basement or cellar, located Jo vicinity of Langley-av. ana Thlrty-ficventh-st. Ad dress UOJohnson-place. ; VV of TUlrtlerb-st.. a house of 9or 10 rooms, partly or unfurnJsbeu. by 3 growu persons; prompt pay. Ad dress Z 27, Tribune otllce. TIfVNTKD-TO RENT-BEFORE OR BY THE IST VV * of Mar. a six or seven-room house, east of Clark and north of Ontario preferred. EDWARD P, De W OLF, Klnzic-SL W"ANTED-TO RENT-UPPER FLOOR OF HOUSE, south or cost front, west of Union Park or there abouts; rent must be reasonable. Rulcrcncos. Address for three days D. 3CH Park-av. —7 ANTED-TO RENT-IMM ediately, two gunny furnished rooms for a gentleman and wife- prompt ray; will be permanent if suited; West Side. Address FBI. Tribune office. TNTED-TO KENT—A FURNISHED HOUSE IN the country, or suburban town, with large grounds, with privilege of buylnglf suited; rent paid in advance. Address E 21. Tribune otllce. . «7ANTED—TO RENT-A FURNISHED ROOM, \t hot and cold water, within two squares of the Clarendon Hotel, by a gentleman. E 58. Tribuue oillce. WANTED-TO RENT-ONE OR TWO ROOMSr suitable for offices, second floor, location central, with vault; steam heated preferred; will be permanent If suited: give location and rent. Address Chicago P.- 0. Box 417. \\7ANTED— TO RENT—ROOM 25X00 OR LARGER, V V with power (8 to 10 11. P.). Address £ BG, Trib une office. WANTED-TO RENT-FOUR OR FIVE UNFUR nlshed rooms In good location, private house only, fora young couple; North Side preferred. Address A. &CHUEPFLIN. Shobcr & Carttuevllitt Llth. Co., city. WASTED TO RENT. W^' TI S D ~T“ RENT—I UOOMS. FURNISHED vV- k °£. u . n<u . rnte1 *' 4 -Ifeht bous'Cceplng. South or Side, east of Mate-su Address, stating price, location, etc.. 1- 37. Trltmae office. \V£^ T ?P**’T°. HAVE A LARGE DE cot.t,a = e3 \and dwellings ln;sll parts of the Uiy. Kents collected, estates managed, and loans negotiated. WM. U. THOMPSON, 329 West Madlsou-at. W ‘V 1 EI ?-TO RENT-FOUR ROOMS FOR LIGHT >V housekeeping by a quiet family of three adults, on one of the avenues north of Twenty-sccond-at. Ad dress fr 30, Tribune office. WAMaD— TO REN r—FURNISHED ROOM FOR gentleman and lady, board for lady, on Wabash or Mlchlgan-av.. north of Twelfth-sti: no references asked, none glypn. Address E CB, Tribune office. \\7 ANTED—TO RENT-A ROOM ON FIRST FLOOR >V orapartof a store for a light mrmufaccurlnff busi ness: must be situated on Statc-st.,north of Adams and south of Randolph. Address £4, Tribune office. 'TtT'ANTED—TO RENT-A SMALL COTTAGE OR t> flat of rooms, furnished complete for house keeping; rent, about S3O per month. Three adults: no children. Address F 21, Tribune office. W- ANTED—TO RENT—BY A LADY, ON SOUTH Side, a house completely furnished, for the pur pose of taking a few first-class boarders, where owucr will take rent In hoard. Address, giving full particu- Jars. K hd. Tribune office. WANTED—TO RENT—AN UNFURNISHED ROOM on South Side, north of Adama-st,; would pay several months’rent In advance; best references. Ad dress E l«. Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT—DT A YOUNG COUPLE without children, four or five unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping, on South Side, north of Twenty second-sc., castof State; must be reasonable; prompt pay. Address F 93. Tribune office. WANTED-TU RENT-A DESIRABLE HOUSE having from 10 to 12 rooms, and situated cast of Clark and north of Ohlo-ars.; drst-class tenant. BEV ERIDGE & DEWEY. 59 Dcarborn-st. WANTED-TO RENT OR BUY—A SMALL GRAIN warehouse or elevator In a good lowa town; must be good location. Address X 21, Tribune office._ ANTED^TORENT—A SMALL HOUSE OR FLAT In a good neighborhood, anytime before the Ist of May. Address £ 49, Tribune office. , WANTED-TO KENT—BETWEEN NOW AND THE Ist of May, a completely furnished small bouse or flat la desirable location. Address I) 54. Tribune. WANTED-TO RENT-FURNISHED ROOM—A gentleman of means wishes a furnished room or suite of rooms; widow preferred. Address, with par ticulars, KSB, Tribune office. s ' WANTED-TO RENT-BY GENTLEMAN AND wife, three or four rooms furnished for light housekeeping. North or South Side. Address, stating rent, E 97, Tribune oflice ! TX7ANTED—TO RENT-A 7 TO 10-ROOM DWELL 1V mu. In good condition and neighborhood; must be cheap; pay prompt; state price. F 22, Tribune. BUSINESS CHANCES* A RELIABLE ESTABLISHED BUSINESS CAN BE secured by & competent man without bonus: over S4OO profit last mouth: Si.ooo to $1,200 cash will carry Block and secure the exclusive control In Chicago that will pay S 3, 000 per annum if properly managed. Full Information and particulars by addressing K 23. Trib une ofilce. A NO. 1 DINING-ROOM AND KITCHEN IN THE most desirable location, having a large patronage from the leading business bouses, besides regular hoarders, amounting to $75 to SIOO per week; rent low. Address F 60, Tribune office. A SMALL HOTEL TO 7 RENT FURNISHED; adapted for boarders; no bar: party must have SSCO to Sl,Quo cash. Apply at Room 34 Major Block. ANY GENTLEMAN DESIRING TO INVEST 315,000 to $25,003 In a manufacturing enterprise, first class. and promising large profits, (address £ 67. Trib une office. AN EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY IN an Eastern city. Address F 75. Tribune office. A WELL-ESTABLISHED, FIRST-CLASS DRESS making business, and furniture complete for housekeeping, to be sold at a bargain, at lid South Jef(er»ou*sc. For sale-at a bargain-stock of milli nerv and fixtures, together or separately. Apply at 243 West Madlson-st. FOR SALE—THE LEASE AND ENTIRE FURNl turc of a 15-room house, within a few minutes' walk of Madlson-st.; rooms can be sublet forSlbOover lease: owner compelled to go East. Apply at 171 La- Saile-sc., Room 15. I7OU SALE-STOCK OF GROCERIES. AND STOKE JL to rent, cheap: 288 Ilubbard-st., corner Rucker. GEO. P. BAY, lbß Randolph-at. TyOR SALE—S3,BOO—BRICK BANK BUILDING: X; safes, vaults, and everything complete fur doing a banking business: lot 25X125: building cost S-LOO.i; business pays s3,oCoperycarlneomc; over $20,000 on deposit now; will sell building, business, and good-will for $3,800; in one of the best towns and counties In Iowa: bad health cause of sale. T. B. BOTH, Room 7, 17d Madlson-st. ITOR SALE—64O ACRES FIRST-CLASS WHEAT U land, can seed every foot, 200 rcailv for seed this spring; 12 horses, 5 breeding sows, l TucConnlck self binder. No. l wheatfor seed, wagons, plows, and har rows to run 200 acres. Land corners on the railroad, or within 50 feet. I am-no farmer: live 150 miles from the land. Address T. W. WILSON, Bank of Minneap olis, Minnesota. - FOR SALE-BAKING POWDER ESTABLISHMENT, with stock, fixtures, trade, and formulas for the manufacture of D. s. Thompson’s matchless and several other brands of the purest and best baking powders in tho world. Call at 51 East Harrlsoa-sc. on D. S. THOMPSON, original proprietor of Dr. Price’s cream baking-powder. T7OR SALE-COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES X. and fixtures: cash only, o West Madlson-st. F“OirSALE-AT YANKTON, DAK.. A STOCK of hardware, stoves, etc., with well established business. A fine opportunity for a party having S3.(MX) or 5i,003 cash, and wanting a good Investment. For particulars apply to Chicago as Erie fctovc Co., or MAUKLEY, ALLINC &CO.. Chicago. FOR SALE —AT AN IMMENSE SACRIFICE —A large first-class brewery, near Chicago, consisting of brewery, ore wing apparatus, malt-house, ice-houses, stables, etc. Everything complete for carrying on the brewing business. A rare chauce for u bargain. Apply to JOHN N. HILLS. 175 LaSalle-sc. SALE—THE STOCK* FIXTURES, HORSES, Jl and wagons of a wholesale oyster and flsh bouse; will Inventory snout Si. son. A good opening for an energetic man. Address F 19, Tribune office. FOR SALK-ONE OF THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED bakeries in the city, guodshop andwacon trade, with good ovens, and everything In perfect order. A rare chance for the right man, as the owner is retiring from busl- ness. Address E 64. Tribune office. .. FOR SALE-DRUG STORE OK GOOD STREET; must bo sold at a sacrifice. 106 Flfth-ar., Room 9. W. M.SCRIVEN. ' 1?OU SALE—CHEAP—THE STOCK AND FIXTURES . of a pood paying notion store, with two living rooms at back.known as the Cave, 183 South Ualstcd-at. Own er leaving the city. UOR'"SALE-MILLINERY STORE, STOCK, AND r elegant fixtures; good locality and trade established; also dressmaking connected: good reasons tor selling. Address for one week, F 45, Tribune office. TOOR SALE-LAUNDRY AT 94 SOUTH DEAR r born-st. Good reasons for selling. lAOR SALE-RESTAURANT DOING A GOOD CASH r business: evcrvthlng complete ana new; under personal management trade could be doubled; owner has another business. Apply at toi West Washington-at For sale-one of the finest fitted up saloons in the city; no one need answer unless they mean business and have money. Andress Ftw. Trib une ofilce. ' 1708 SALE—THE LEASE AND FURNITURE OF A V 50-room hotel. Inquire of BEAN & CuOKK, At torneys, Room is, 94 Dearbom-st. f7oti SALE-SGOO BUYS A BANKRUPT STOKE IN I 1 a central location, doing a good business: poor health requires a change. Address F 27, Tribune otiicc. T7olt SALK-A VALUABLE PRINTING-OFFICE, T well stocked with new body-type and a large assort ment of job letter, and all the office-furniture required fora lirsi-clxsa book and job otUccfis for sale cheat). Best location In the city. 36 Reaper Block. FOR SALK-SELECT SCHOOL—RARE CHANCE for lady with small capital; owner leaving the city. Address F 7, Tribune oilice. T7OR SALE-AN tJWjGANTLY FURNISHED SAM i. pie-room wltn poOPTanle, cheap. Address U. K.l care Carrier-No. 2, West Division, city. For' sale— or~exchange—for city real estate—A small liotcl In a live town In Colorado, with ftrat-cla-s reputation ami an estanUshcd profitable business. F2s Tribune office. UOR SALE-A WELL-PAYING PAINT AND OIL I? store, in best location, on account of sickness. In quire of N ATHAN DAVIS,_Bi2 fctftle-at. TJOB SALE—STEAM LAUNDRY-DOING GOOD £ business and in good location; good reasons for sell jlng. Call Tuesday at HO South Dcspiulncs-st. 170 R sale-hardware, stove, and tin'busi jj ness: old established trade. Will sell whole or part. Address Drawer 21, Genesco, lit. l?0i: SALE —SHOEMAKERS—A GOOD PAYING X' ahoe-snopcheap for cash; must sell on Monday; owner leaving city; corner -Madison and May-sta. For ''sale—well established ♦produce business on South Water-st.; reasons for Felling, have gone into the grain trade. Address!) OLTribnne. T7OR SALE-A NICE STOCK OF HARDWARE AND X stoves in a nourishing town In Northern Illinois. r.O miles fioin Chic; gj. For particulars address (JUAS. U. COLLINS, Rto.n 1, No. I*4 Dcarborn-st. IJOli SALK-LIVERY. HOARDING. AND SALS X. stable, doing a good business; all rigs firsc-cla--s; will sett cheap, as 1 am going to leave the city: will fake some trade or notes for uart payment; everything clear. Apply to Wit 11. 171 South Ularfe-st. F ’OR-SALE-OR TRADE-RECEIPT AND TRADE mark of Hercules Glue: It Is one of the finest arti cles manufactured in this country; profits iso to 2CO percent; reasons for selling, am In need of money. Address D SO, Tribune office. SALE—OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPER . tv—A stock of fancy dry goods and notions; $6,000 to. SB.OOP. Adress G. 1 rloutie office. IXHtSALE— A FIRST-CLASS SALOON; EVERY . thing In good order and doing well: have two busi nesses. and cannot give the proper l attention. Apply at South Halsted-st. FORSALE-A FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY Busi ness. long established, and In central location: (a good financial condition; terms part cash. D 22, Trib une office. FOR SALE—A NICE CLEAN STOCK OF READY mndc clothing in good location (city) and doing a good business. The sale Is made to satisfy a retiring partner's Interest. One of the firm win remain in the business with a suitable partner If desired. Amount required to buy ail about $6,500. No real estate or other trade will be taken. Ills not that kind of a stock. Ad dress, for ten days, D 24, Trlouae olllce. For sale—tzie best located market on West Madison-st.: established 4 years; doing a Eoodaate trade; will sell cheap for cash. Address H Ail- IN, OSI West Polk-st. • GtROCERY STOCK FOR SALE IN STERLING, r III.: 7,f-(W Inhabitants; cash trade Si.aoo per month; will sell half or whole Interest. Address Box 650, Sterling. 11L _ _ HAVING TWO BUSINESSES. AND NOT BEING able to attend to both properly, will sell one-half or one right out to a party wining to devote their whole lime. To party with cash will give full Investigation. E 20, Tribune office . __ AUDWAP.E STORE-DUST LOCATION IN' THE city, AddressH, 13 Boone Block. T HAVE A TTKLL-FITTED STORE WITH TOBAC- X co, cigars, fancy ifoods-and covs,for*ale very cheap for cash: must be sold immediately. Address for three days, VO, Tribune o/ficc. f~HAVE A NICE CLEAN $5,000 STOCK OF GOODS, X mostly groceries. NVanta good man with S-,.»U0 to Join me and go to Colorado. E 90, Tribune office. rpHREE MILLION DOLLARS* WORTH OF MARL L Just discovered In a Southern state. A valuable fertilizer for the Impoverished land of the Sooth. A rare chance and lance profit for theinvestment of cap- Ital to pat it on the market. For particulars address MARL, X\-0. Box 207, ChlcaQg* 111. BUSINESS CHANCES. ONE-THIRD INTEREST IX CUE AT NEW YORK Museum for traveling season of 1879. For full par* tlculars suUrcss Manager Great New York Museum, Buchanan. Mich, rrHE Interest of a retiring partner in a JL stove and hardware business; well established and located: this will bear the closest examination. Address F 47, Tribune cilice. rpO AN ENERGETIC MAN WITH SI,OOO A RARE t chance Is offered In an established business which pays largely. The fullest particulars given to a sulta nle.man; reference required. Call at 132 State-st., Room 4. TVAXTED—A PARTY WITH FROM S*JOOTOSnM » V to act as Treasurer of an old established uell- Rlnglng and Concert company. To tae right one will give one-half' interest and a bill of sals of ontvhal* the stock. Call or address MANAGER, Massasolt House, li to 12 o’clock Sunday and Monday. WANTED—A CASIPoFFiiR FOR A COMPLETE » • photograph gallery, located In business part of Chicago; must sell soon, os owner has arranged to go to Colorado. Address F it. Tribune office. W ANTED-A JGOOD. RELIABLE MAN TO TAKE » > a third or half Interest In on established aud prosperous manufacturing business: stock on hand; only a few hundred required to Increase the business. Call and Investigate, Flfth-av. V\7ANTED—AN ENTERPRISING BUSINESS MAN »> wnh not less than sl'»,wu toS-UOOUIa cash or securities to take retiring partner's place In a wholesale 'notion trade already established. Address, for four days, A H B,care of u. R. Keith & Co., Chicago, stating ■where interview can be had. WfANTED-AN experienced mercantile . *.. “fffbey niaa with capital, as managing partner In Chicago office. Address F 73, Tribune office. WILL'SELL MT THREE-YEARS* ESTABLI SHSD cigar, tobacco, fancy goods, stationery, andcantlv store. Invoicing S9OO, for snso cash, as I ahall enter other larger business; two rooms attached. 394 .Mil waukce-av., desirable corner. Have made money there. 4 WILL LOAN SI.OOO TO $2,000 TO RESPONSIBLE commission or real estate Arm that will give situa tion at fair salary. Address with real name E »7. Trib une office. WANTED-AN ENTERPRISING BUSINESS MAN with 52,000 cash to engage In a manufacturing bus iness In Chicago. This is no bubble, but an established, business with good pro2ts. Address for two days C 11, Tribune office. \\7ANTED—ONE OR TWO EXPERIENCED BUSI - ness men with $15,00 leach, to secure controlling Interest in one of the most prolltablo manufacturing enterprises, machinery patented, articles staple, com mands unlimited sale in this country and Europe, per cent, guaranteed on investment. Only those mean ing business need adurcss D 98, Tribune office. BRICK BUILDING. FIX *3<JUU turcs. lease, and good will of boarding-stable, with fifteen boarder#, In solendld’lacatlou; have other business. Address F 09, Tribune office. (£ X(\(\ CASH AND BALANCE IN CLEAR PROP tS)«JUU crty will buy stock of groceries and fixtures worth $1,500 to 52.0D0. Must be sold. No speculators need apply. Address E 37, Tribune ottlce. C2l nnn CASH to CARRY STUCK, and a tiDi.UL/U reliable business man to manage, cau secure exclusive control of a legitimate established business In this city that Is paying large rrodia and will bear tho closest Investigation. Address D 43, Tribune office. HORSES AXO CARRIAGES* A bargain seldom offered—i will sell my two work horses for less than half their value, as I have no further use for thefn; they are 6 and T years old, and weigh about iCno rounds: they are the 1 finest pair of work horses In tho city for any business. I will warrant them perfectly sound and kind, and true workers, and will give a satisfactory trial cf either of ♦them; horse jockeys not wanted. APMv at bam, rear of house 5T»7 Mlcbigan-av.. corner Barltugtoa crossing. A GOOD CLARENCE CARRIAGE A G-SEAT family rockuway, 4-scat coupe rockaway. a good coupb, a top phaeton, all second- naod and In good or der, very low for cash. See them at )S5 and i«7 Wa bash-av. KEAN LINES. AG )OD FAMILY HORSE, TOP-BUGGY, AND Harness. SI 15: a good business horse, $Gi;; a goad workhorse, $35; several good road horses. E. JL BULKELEi’. 59U West Lake-st. A PRIVATE PARTY HAS A VERY ELEGANT carriage team, good single drfvcr.and cheap woric horse to sen very low for cash. No. 170 West Madison st,. up-atairs. • T7OR SALE-HONEST JOHN, A TROTTING HORSE, i? an clezant gentleman’s driving horse, perfectly safe for ladies and children, bay In color.welgns sound, and 8 years oi l. Can be scon at Farrar’s stable. onThirtv-flrst-sc., near OearoornA Worth SSsO—will sell for $3tX). If you want a splendid horse don’t fall to see him. For sale—new and second-h and buggies and express wagons._cl:eap,jit_ 175 West Atlams-ac. Flm sale-low-3”FiNfT~drivers, i fast horse. 1 fine coupe horse. :to buggies and phaetons, all kinds of harnesses, at 70 South Caual-st- FOR SALE—O HORSES AND MARES. KIT FOR all uses; also two-seated buggy, cheap. Sal) Wcue Eighteenth-st., comer Blue Islaud-av. / FOR SALE-13 HEAVY DRAFT AND DRIVING horses: ul?o one matched team cf black mare*, ono In foal; price from $35 1 > SuX>; also three wagons, bug gies, and harness, rear 23 Rlue island-av. FORSALE-I NkW top'DELIVERY WAGON; 3 new light 3-Kprlng wagons; I new upon buggy;, L Eccond-bami milk-wagon, TO Thlrty-flfiU-»v., lu tbo rear. .S. WHITEU.UR. ' 170 IL SALE-ONE OR TEAM OP HORSES. 2.200 , pounds, warranted sound; a trial given; two wagons and harness. Apply to-day or Mouda/ oefom 10 o’clock at 610 Eightceulh-st. FOR SALE—YOUNG, SOUND HORSE, SOU: TWO buggies, 1 harness; must be sold at some price, owner leaving city. _U Cottage Grovc-av. E’OR 'ixl.K-I-.Xi TIiOTTEn. C.OUU DVHSES3 hor?c, good road wagon, half rubber-trimmed har ness, all taken fur dent: must be sold at some price. Call at ll Cottage Grovcruv. ■ ~ For sale-cheap for cash—afinf.iiorsk and phaeton, nearly new, at KDGEUTON’S livery, Foarteeuth-a;. and Mlchlgan-av. AND BUSINESS J? horses; any trial given. 587 West Elghteecth-st., 10 bouses west of Blue Islund-av. FOR SALE-LESS THAN COST-FINE NEW END spring square box top buggy; now la your time. Call at 315 West Taylur-st, . . FOP. SALE-ONE HORSE, 6 YEARS OLD, WEIGHS 1.400 pounds; also one matched team, sorrels. 21,00 pounas; one pair of marcs, 2.ux> pounds: muscoo sold, ns owner Is leaving the city, inquire at 14J Thirteenth-place. FOR' SALE—AT A BARGAIN—LIVERY STOCK. 13 horses and mares, fit for wagon or buggy or for farm use; prices from $23 to SSo; carriage?, buggies, harness etc.; must be sold. Call in saloon, 4lj Blua Islaad-av.. near viaduct. ' FORSALE-GUEATBARGAINS OFFERED IN’ ALL kinds of new and secondhand buggies, phaetons, tup and open delivery wagons: also palming and repairing cheap at No. 713 Wabash-av. - '• 1?OR SALE-TWO STIFF TRUCKS, TWO 2-HUttt£' . spring-trucks, nearly new, my own make; onel horse spring-truck, one lop grocery-wagoa, ncarir new; three coal-carts at half what they are worth; o.o> farm-cart; my own make. Apply to P. HICKS, l«/ 7 Fultou-sc. ; T7OR SALE-A LARGE. STYLISH, YOUNG HORSE. I? Excellent under saddle. Or will apply towards i\ good business rig entire. Mornings, at iso Warreo-av. For sale—a good three-spring truck, with horse anti harness, for $230; cash, S2U;; bal ance in small payments; the buyer has got steady wurlc with the team. 222 West Lake-st. I ’OR SALE-5 FIRST-CLASS HORSE* SUITABLE . for business wagons or family use. 1.050 to i,23U. 5 toTvcarsold: they arc all sound, good color?, first-raio drivers, single ami double, well broke to city, and as represented In every particular; to be sold reasonably. Apply at 522 Wabash-av*. j . I7OR SALE—A LARGE TWO-HORSE PLATFORM snriijg truck. Apply at LITTLE'S barn, rear of i:»5 South Clark-st. I?OR SALE—A NEARLY NEW THREE-SPRING . democrat wacon. patent wheel*, wltii pole and shafts; a bargain. PARRY, 272 East Madlso;i-.st. 170 R SALE-A NICE AND STYLISH OPEN CAR- E? rlajsc, buggy', sleigh, humeSL and two good black horses at reasonable figures. Apply at lUH Indl una-av. PR SALE—FIVE WORK BOUSES AND MARES cheap for cash; nrlce ranging trom $29 to S 0»; aho wagons and harnesses: must heaold asl leave town. South Umun-sc. For sale-one or two good business horse*, also one good draft horse, in exchange for good buggy horse. - Uaru rear of lus Ciark-su E?OR SALE—CHEAP—A FIRST-CLASS GENTLE* 1 man's rig.—horse, barneys, slae-bar top-wugun; horse is not afraid of cuts is 7 yearn uM. and can trot In 2:43 or better. Can )>e seen at 79 Dcftrborn-st. XTKN AND OLD BUGGIES SOLD ON COMUlo slon. Repairing In al; tranche* ;• axle set half price. 150 West Jaeksun-sc. MILLAR. PENNOYER & CO., «fV» Til 398 WAR \SH- \V-. manufacturers of fine carriages, now have on ex hibition a choice selection <U fashionable carriage** aL-o our aide-spring business buggies, the standard for general excellence; and a line of our unequaied ellip tic-spring piano and low-front pleasure wiigoas: tho Abbot Downing Co.'s Concord express wagons and trucks, all finished in the moat perfect manner, and ct prices to correspond with the times. We also have a general assortment of flrst-ehus second-hand buggies and carriages, light rockaways, express wagons. etc., etc., that will be closed out at bargains. An Inspection solicited. • . rpO EXCHANGE—ONE 1.400 POUND HOUSE FOR X one weighing about 1.050 pounds. EMPIRE PAR LOR BEDbI’eAD CO.. 3*3 west Mudlson-at. WE JUST RECEIVED ONE CAR-LOAD OF W horses from tiie country to-day and one pair or mutes, weight 2.40 J pounds: horses ail sizes and ail ’-.rice*, and trial given vvicli every horse before you p.i/ a dollar on them, so yod will find It to your advaatauo to call and see the stock at 420 West Fourteenth-at., half block east of Blue Islaad-av. O'HLR.n BROS. WANTED-AN A >O. 1 TWO-SSATEU EXTKN \V slot! top carriage, lu exchange for a lop-bugay nearly new and cash: mast i»e *oc»d and cheap. Cad a:, with carriage, 43 East Jacksou-su _ W ANTED—A GOOD SOUND YOUNG TEAM OF mares; innst weigh 1. Wu to i.2t<i pounds, and bo clieap for cash. Give nrlce and where they can bo seen. Address C 7. Tribune otfice. IX7ANTKD-S-A NICE COUPE ROCKAWAY FOR A VV city or suburban lot worth S3OO. Address D 47, Trlbnne office. • WANTED —A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE TEAM II weighing about i.ok» each; Jet black preferred; orblackand white, not overßyears oi l. inquire at UAVILL'S sample-room, corner Founh-av. and liar rlson-st. Top buggy to excuange for light delivery wagon. WANTED-TO TRADE SOME FIRST-CLASS CAR IT rlages. buggies, etc,, new and second-hand, fot good horses. Audreys F.% Tribune office. WANTED-CHEAP FOR CASH. A LIGHT SIDE- I V bar top buggy, good maker and la good order. C 19, Tribune othec. ■ VCf ANTED—FOR CASH—A GOOD SECOND-HAND I V side-bar top buggy; also good second-hand light single harness; don't want any old traps. C I.Trlouae. \ ttaNTED^sTiIFffN ; G~SEAT COVERED lIUCOVT > V must be good, fur cash. It U), Trlbnne office. VC7ANTED-A YOUNG DRAFT-HORSE; MUST »> ‘be sound, and weigh about 1,20 a Apply about noon at 159 North Maruet-at- VTTANTED—GOOD SQUARE-BOX TOP-BUGGY. IV with or without top; prefer side springs; wou.d exchange anopen side-bar and cash, or new parlor fur niture. Eastman wilkins, 290 south WANTED —A GOOD SECOND-HAND TOP IV buggy m exchange for good business horse. Ad dress F ua, Tribune office. WANTED-TO BUY-SEVERAL GOOD CAR rlage horses. CUOSSMAN &CO. v 4IQ West Kan dolph-st. 7 HOUSES FOB SALE; ONE LARGE BAY HORSIC I 553; two lame horses. SBS each; one small hors - $•13: two acu of slfigle harness, $d $7 each. 74T Madßoa-st, . 15