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store»—Continued. „ v t c & CO., SUCCES TOKE>t-»* p Sampson & Co., Real K&tate and MTS to ,7, Ijsille-M., Nixon Block. Branch ..nson-sl. STOKKS-Flnc lofls. scc otieed;' "1". g , h noora, 111 Wahash-av.,novroccu ord. l!iinl.,! m S‘^] ln i co. Choice mona, Wabash-av., 1 ;-d O' v v“ no*' occupied hy Field. Leber i Co., Lar Madison;*” h ,. r orsepsralelv. Fine comer store £,I« reuiet- lope mrj, j r Bouse. 104 und 106 Mad en ei»‘ c P |ofl9 s'ixlTO feet. Second and third i. x-'t ~.., ~,. pi, state-st.. formerly occupied fojrr 1-r iinllsr store. Five-story and basement S!eras nf.rth*-ett vomer of Wabasn-av. and bjildlue occupied by iV.IV. Strong Fur idluis-«;’ “ Corner store on State-st.. opposite r.iture p| V e-story building. 38 Baadolph-it.; p.lmer Houttf ■ Firt ,. slor y fl od basement building on .-Hhele'Sior. r i |; a „j o jpii-i-t.; size 40x180 feet. 25 iraboti-"':-, four-story and basement bulld- Fxst dasbiugtou jjiram Sibley & Co. 128 Frank ing. EO f ?ir“ ! iery and basement building, DOiso feet. l!:i-ft-,. ?tatc-sL. for manufactory. 161 State and iiiemcnt. non- occupied by Clasp. Bro. dt store near Madison, second and third to- Si-ner VTasblngtoti-st. and It abaatl-av., opposite lofts corner’ « 12s Franklln-su. store and base y T. ate* „f choice stores on Madison, Clark, pitat- A nnie Wabash-av,, not advertised In Lake, state Uiijyt. iSsbltTH CLAHK-ST.. XEAU , r i i';Ptm.lrioJ. H.C. SCHISOKDER, southeast - —i>pVT—FIHST'CLASS retail store on f|X) ?sVor “i»;e*su, near Randolph. GEO. A. AwSGt;lt®l)“rbom-st. . - v.ttt-COMMISSION stokes ON -MABKET- Waslilncton and Randolph. D. F ci :I ul It>71t>7 lJfarlK)rn-sL TO STOCK-YARDS—STOKE 56 T/J-t innc will) fixtures, suitable for any business; a r ‘-ffi.Mc inwerr needed. 1430 South Ualstea-st. rices* rprv-r-THE ELEGANT OFFICE UNDERTEE nrat House, corner Like »nd Deu-born-iu. 6‘-‘> re3 ' 0, ‘ vriLLIAM H. WOOD. 31 DearbOfin-fit._ OFFICES IXTHE OTIS T°moct Las»He and Midlion-st*. X. L. OTIS, 142 As.llSt:. Room l._ •ISppvT-HiNDSOME SUITES OF ROOMS AND T°o®» T fo"dentl«t or doctor. L. BALDWIN, cor ijSs «nd Green-sts. -stotv’t— ROOMS AT 128 SOUTH CLARK-ST-, r r°iatt»Me lor "s' l ' mnnnfacturins or offlccl. D. G. Mi MU.™*.Boom L 126 south Clark-fit. F.G ANT OFFICES IN SUITES IN THE r | °S£kcn; liuildlne and location, occupied with the } tenants. In the city, rhyfilclanfi- Comer. pvmJsHEIL the photop-apher, 125 and I27sute-fiu_ rkvT-DESK-KOOM IN HANDSOMELY FUR- T°nUheii office- Apply at Room 1, 39 Madlson-fit.__ TtuTitF NT— FINEOFFICE WITH PRIVATE BANK. I 0 rinlu wfifili-room, and wat.tr-closet. ln Muon Building. 34 tv Apply there. Room is. desirable offices, single T.nd en suite, with end without vnnlu.for Inwyera. i.! Sifife tnCA Pht-slelana or dentists. In Dearborn VronttaE Sladlfion and Dearborn-ste. By W. SI cOCWcT. Room 14. rtvPuKVT—i’FFICKS WITH VAULTS. WATER, Iterate! on drst mm second floor?: one lars-c office, .-powiThtwo private offlecs. on Hrst floor, comer La- Ad.tn.-fit... oppoalte the Law Library and cJnrta Apply at 20i Laralle-et.,_bisemcnt. ;7- RF V T—FIN E, LARGE, WELL-LIGHTED Tfront ami tear offlccs. filnsle and cn suite. In Slone fi 81m5e.146 Ufidlson-tt.; rcntlow._Apply at Room 9. rpO REVT—TWO SUITES OF PLEASANT OFFICES T at 46 and 4S South Clark-fit., Room 14._ rrO~ RENT-OFFICES’ in HOWLAND BLOCK, l>caritom*st, rnfT*RENT—VERT DESIRABLE SUITE OJ OF- I fires, furnished (one front and two back),on Wash luciou-st., between LaSalle and FKth-av.; front south SShave all conveniences: rent s4oamomh; ppsses flaa clvcn anytime; front office well furnished, and juralSre will li 41, Trlbune._ fPO EENT—BY J. M. MARSHALL, REAL ESTATE 1 sad Housc-Renling Agency. H(wm ia 97 &outh n»rk-su—Elegant offices In >peeds Block, Kentucky SSI aad lsi 417 south Clark-st.: and also stores and dwelling-houses on the South, ‘West, and North Sides for rent. We have a large demand for dwelling-houses from $25 to $75 per month. Docks and Taras* TO RENT—COAL-TAKD, SIDE-TRACKS. BARN, etc..* No. 05 West Twelfth-st. ALFRED W. SaNSOME. 7 Union Building. ; rpo*KENT—LOTS ON NORTHEAST CORNER OF 1 Btadi and Mather-stt.. Jth tract, salt.- bit for coal or lumber yard. Apply to GEORGE c. WALKER, 13 Chamber of Commerce. rro RENT-DOCK CORNER’ FIFTB-AV. AND !_ polk-st., 2*) feet on river. 400 feet deep. H. A. GOODRICH, 78 Dearborn-st., Room 14. rpo RENT—DOCK AT TWENTY-SECOND-ST. 1 bridge, **ast of river; brick office, yard planked, and scales? WM. McKINDLEY. 181 Clark-st., Room 9. rpb~ NEAR GROVE-ST.-A j. good coal yard with sheds, bins, office, and side track, Apply to E. A. CUMMINGS & CO.. Agents, 134 LaSalle-su miscellaneous* rpORENT-BT JAMES EGAN. 19G EAST MADISON i ft. iwMadlson-st.—Photograhh gallery, 23 by 80 fen: one of the best locations on South Side; only one fight cf stairs: rent S6O. 64? Canal-s:.—Excellent saloon-stand cheap, with dwelling: placed In good order. •jTI West Lake-su— Frame dwelling 10 rooms; walls and ceilings painted In oil, woodwork grained, and large bam and sheds. FIX) BENT—TENANTS WANTED FOR FOUR AND 1 flre-suirv buildings on Canal, near Madison-pt., Imßt for wholesale purposes, adapted to any large busi ness: 4J.0 r 0 sanore lect floor room In each. Kent low, aodou longtime. P. W. GATES. 52Caaal-st. rBENT LARGE AND SMALL WELL llghted rooms for manufacturing, with power and elevators. 63 to 69 West Washlngton-st. TO RENT—ROOM WITH STEAM POWER SUITA bIe for bookbinding, printing. lithographing, or manufacturing. PITKIN & CRUVER, 119 Clark-st., la rear. rPO RENT—HALL AT 46 AND 48 SOUTH CLARK- X St,, with ante-rooms, unfurnished. Reasonable rent. Apply above numbers. W. & CANN. rro RENT-PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY—ONE OF 1 the best gallarle? In tbe city, with six rooms, cheap to a good party. Inquire at 739 South Halsted-at. TO RENT-ROOM IN REAR OF 43 AND 48 SOUTH Clark-st.. 35x36 feet; entrance on Couch-place. riX> RENT—A GOOITIfARILES~FROM 1 Coart-Houee, with or without cattle, stock, or Im plements: easy rent: none but good tenant need apply or that cannot secure the owner. Apply to P. LICH TENSTADT, 03 West Randolph st. f PO RENT-FINE FARM. NICE HOUSE. AND 1 bams fifty miles from city, two blocks from depot. No city farmer need apply. Muse be American. Ger man, or Welsh. Call at 105 Washlngton-st. Tuesday or Wednesday. L. HODGES. T° REST-TWO LARGE, WELL-LIGHTED LOFTS X at 139 South Canai-st- Suitable for wholesale business or manufacturing. Elevator and office In building. HX) RENT-SECOND, THIRD. AND FOURTH X floors of 232 and 234 East Randolph-st.. each 30x170, slooper mo. TURNER &BOSD. 102 Washlngton-st. MXHJENT—WITH P OAT l No. o CaJboun-nlace, In rear of No. 90 Washlngton st 1. V. COLBY r PU RENT-WEST SIDE-I HAVE LARGE LIST I‘of houses, stores, and flats for rent- EDWARD A. TRASK. 181 West Madlson-st. r» REM—BASEMENT 65 SOUTH CANAL*ST., together trlth engine, boiler, shafting. etc. These preenses are In fine condition, and adapted to the busi ness of a machinist or light manufacturing. Tenants nilng the iKwcr paj as much therefor as the rental once of the basement and cost of running the engine. Jw full particulars apply to S. P. 111CHAEDS, 188 East Jaciaon-sl, r; TO BEJiT-THE BASEMENT OEMS WEST M ADI •L foa*ht., flnlebed In irood stvle; solendid location; cneap. E. 8. HEATON & CO., *IU9 Deatt>orn-»t. r l 0 RENT—THE 4-STORT BUILDING 21 MIGHT- A cau*nv., suitable for small Uotel. Apply to H. W. CLIFIOUD, Room 30 Oth Block, 152 LaSalle-st. , T° KENT—BASEMENTS. OFFICE AST) HOHSK - keeplngrooms In bnildlncsins, uoi, 324, and nil Bontn (■lnrt-Et. Apply to JIALCOM McNEILL, All feonib Clark-st. r l’o RENT—LOFTS WITH POWER, 114 MONROE 4. at.; good light; and other lofis with power well netted, I-LOS) ON & CO., 155 LaSalle-st. r PO RENT—OR FOR SALE —A LARGE FRAME ... ;O V'.. "TH' barns and sheds, corner of Enplewood *’• and South Ilalsted-st.; also for sale, saloon fixtures and household famltiue. Inquire on the premises or OIL.xHa.NZ. No. 07 Hanover-st. 'J'O RENT—THEf AMERICAN HOUSE.NOS. 119 AND “ ‘-S'EastKluzle-st., near the Northwestern depot, oonialniDg4o rooms. Also the fnmltureforßale.be- P ar l° r - dining-room, kitchen, and bed-room Irin, Allln ?wxl order. Very cheap for cash, or 7*“ **** improved property and assume a small lacum- Good reason given for selling- Possession Pnnatoßce. Inquire at KNAUK BROS., corner of &muc and Clark sts. TO REST-SECOND FLOOR NO. llu LAKE-ST. i oo first floor. 'PO HUNT-LARGE HAHN IN ALLETNEAU COR jf.“pr£;atesuidTwentieth*st«.; will bold 25 bor&eat wa be rented cheap. Apply to GEO. MCUOLS, 146 iladUon-st.. Koom 9. - r RENT LARGE BRICK LITERY-STABLE. ♦7 tioiclagGO horses, and three floors for carriages. In iladp * iCe6,cenire toutll TO REXT-LARGE AND SMALL STDDIOS IK tnc-, 8 Building. Slate and Moaroe-sts.. £. S. _ Room 23 same building. 'l' 0 „. I :E!>'T-SALOOK AND FIXTURES NO. 276 .-*• Blue Island-av. r |'o J!i:XT_CHOICE LOFTS, SECOND. THIRD, AND Df . Coots, us and 120 Wabash-ar., with water W*. Apply to J. c. SAMPSON, Renting Agency, 171 basalle-su. Nixon Building. TO RENT-PART op SECOND AND FOURTH nacleßtuitog 111111(1 eltivator * 133 ilonroe ’ fiL • Tabcr- TO RKNT-320 ACRES OF PASTURE LAND, £_♦, etc., at SO4O per year, situated adja din..- 0 station. 2 J miles from city; suitable for cair>. uu m t H 3 UandolpU-st-,_Koom 17. IHJ EENT-OhEaP—SM~ALLToT ON RANDOLPH ith-su corner Llizabetb. Apply atSNortbEliza- TO./.EN- t _c.°oD plhmbei* and GAS-FlT tsmyZ* Jpnr chancing and repairing cheap, key rrSjgfgnndatWlLSON’S, llOTwenty-second-st. T° AND BASEMENT shu 40x100 feet, orcan be divided; suit* Ivnifv.^'ygoods op commission. 221 Klnzle-sL ODELL, yj Times Building. booms to quiet par- Ijcsoniy. Address c *7. Tribune office. WAXXED TO RETT. TVTAKTED-TO RENT—DESIRABLE HOUSE ON »i * Side, and board owners for rent and priv- Sx®*oiher_ bjarders. AddressC 63, Tribune WANT£D-io RENT-OFPRIVAtirFAMILY, A ■uiieofnlce unfurnished rooms east of Ashland* TrtoMeV^u 0^11 * Addresa ’ BLatllls terms, etc., C WKENT—WITH SOME RESPONSI jj. I . t , Die / J JBiir. ahouseon Mlchlpan-ar., fronting Lake .. -iddrci* CjT. Tribune office. • WAStEiilfo BEST-MAT J, THREE OB FOUR ™' a! ‘satiable for honsekecplne, west of Hnlstcd- Trio a iU€oEire atllson * uortllof Harrison. AddrcfisC2i, W^“TEU—TO*REST— SHITE OF UyFURN’ISHE I ! V 0 „J W1 “S : between Robcv and Western-av., Late sui “oaroc; references. Address a 222, XrUtaae office. ■WANTED WAKTED-TO rent-a small - neatlvTw^ nLsued cottage la the city or suburbs; tent not to exceed S2O per month. Address YO, Tribune office. \\l ANTED-TO nHST-PAUT OF HODSE: BASE * • mem and first floor preferred: convenient to street cars. In desirable neighborhood. Will require and give entirely satisfactory references. Address CASHIER, ire and IS3 l'lfth-av. WANTED— TO RENT—HOUSES, COTTAGES, stores, and lofts In all parts of the city. The de mand Is very great. PIERCE &OUTHET. Real Estate, Renting, and Collecting Agency, lfi2 LaSalle-st.' \\7 ANTED—TO RENT—A GENTLEMAN AND * > wife, tno children, desire to rent rooms the Ist «f May for light housekeeping, near good boarding-house. Z «4, Tribune office. \T7AKT£D-TO RENT—TWO ADULTS WANT .V t part of house and board owners. References. Address Y 62. Tribune office. TIT ANTED—TO RENT—A SMALL. FURNISHED » house In good location for a small family. Ad dress. stating full particulars, A 06, Tribune office. WANTED—TO RENT-GENTLEMAN AND’WIFE. » V with son k years of age, wish to rent a furnished bouse and board owner for rent, or will take charge of bouse fur tbe summer; unquestionable references given; South Side preferred. AdduressK. Tribune. )> three or four nice rooms convenient for light housekeeping between Ashland and Hoyne-avs., and .VadUon and Fultou-sta. References, and prompt pay. Address A 78, Tribune office. - \\T ANTI'D —TO ~ KENT-FROM MAY 1, AN OF t v flee* room (about 20x20), ou second or third flour, near elevator ana vault: north of Madison and east of dearborn preferred. WUOV & CO.« 85 Madlson-st. WANTED— TO KENT—I ORS ROOMS FOR HOCSE kecplog. by a young American couule: north of Twenty-second-st. and cost of State preferred. A 27, Tribune office. W' ANTED-TO RENT—MAT 1, 10-UOOM HOUSE. all modem conveniences; must be first-class; hot and cold water, furnace, and gas-flxtures; cither West or North Side. Give full particulars. Address A 21, Tribune office, ' WANTED— TO RENT—BY GENTLEMAN AND wife, with child of 2 years, a nice flat of 5 or 6 rooms, or part of house with above number of rooms; South or North Side. Best ot references. Address A 20, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-HOUSE OF 8 TO 10 ROOMS, »V with gas, water, and barn, not to exceed S3O per month, between Ashland and Western-avs., Lake and Van Buren-sts.; give description, location, aud price. S. H. HARRINGTON, 32 West Wathlngton-sL WANTED-TO RENT— I WISH NICELY FUR .mshed house of 0 rooms; rent not to exceed S4O pepmohthj-reilable party, private family. Address Y 03, Tribune office.» ; WANTED-TO RENT—IF YOU WISH TO FIND * A I tenants for yOur houses, stores, flats, etc., go to the oldest agency In the city. Our facilities are unsurpassed. We give our patrons the advantages of two offices for one renting fee. WM. 11. SAMPSON, J. C. SAMPSON &CO., 238 West Madlson-st. 171 LaSslle-st. TXT ANTED—TO RENT-COTTAGE OR FLAT OF 4 \* or 5 room*; North Side; first-class tenants; no children. Address Y 63. Tribune office. TXT ANTED—TO RENT—FEW2BOOMS FOR LIGHT W housekeeping, by couple without children: must be within 10 minutes’ walk of Post-Office. V 25, Trib une office. WANTED-TO RENT—BY A FIRST-CLASS TEN ant, a 2-story house, with barn; must be In per fect order, and situated nonhof Twenty-secofld-st, and east of Ashlaud-av. Address Y 61, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RRNT-A FKST-CLASS COTTAGE, or fiat of Gto 8 rooms; a good tenant: no small children: with all modem Improvements: North Side preferred. Address, stating price and location, Z 60, Tribune office. YTTANTED—TO RENT—PART OF UNFURNISHED i ? brick house with Improvements, West Side, by adults. Address B 87, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT—FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR, no children, a furnished house for five or six months: best of references as to care of premises: tent must be moderate- Address C 7. Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE OF seven to ten rooms, between Eighteenth and Thlrtv-flrst-sts.. east of State. A. D. HYDE, 120 Dearborn-st., Room 10. TT7ANTED-YO RENT—HOUSES AND COTTAGES > V in good locations, as I have a long list of good paying tenants who want to rent of me. A. D. -HYDE, 126 Dearborn-st., Room 10. TT7ANTED—TO RENT—BY GENTLEMAN AND VV wife, one large .-leove room or sitting and bed room, unfurnished except carpets; South Side: state price. Address B 63. Tribune office. T\7ANTED-T0 RENT-RESIDENCE WITH BARN 4 V and 50-foot lot, near city limits. South Side, In good neighborhood, for oue or more year*, rent not over s6oo a year. Address C 4. Tribune office. TIT ANTED—TO RENT-4 OR 5 ROOMS. BY FAMI VV ly (4 adults), east of Wclls-st. and south of Divis ion, or in neighborhood of Vaußuren-st, cars. Address A 7, Tribune office. TTTANTED-TO KENT—A COMFORTABLE HOUSE iV ofßor 10 rooms. In a good neighborhood: name lowest- terms to a prompt-paying tenant. Address, with description and location, Y 17, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT—HOUSE. GOOD LOCATION, 10 or more rooms, suitable for boarders or room era. Address ZS 3. Tribune office. TTr ANTED—TO RENT—HOUSE OF 6OR 8 ROOMS, VV south front, between Twentieth and Thirty-first, and Wabash and South Park-avs.; rent not to exceed $35, Address A «7, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT—FROM MAY 1. FOR Busi ness office, three connecting rooms, with good south or east light.between Adams. Lake, LaSalle, and Wabash: rent not to exceed SSOO per annum. Address A 83, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT-4 OR 5 ROOMS SUITABLE for housekeeping: no children:.within 15 min utes’ walk of business centre: state full particulars. G 25, Tribune office. ‘ TCTANTED—TO RENT—ON SOUTH SIDE. NORTH VV of Twenty-fifth-st., small house for self and wife; will pay SSOO per year; must be in first-class condition and neighborhood. Address, giving location, G 23, Tribune office. ; ; TTTANTED—TO RENT—BY A FAMILY OF VV adults, a9or 10 room modern house; handy to street or steam cars; 'with parlor carpet*, kitchen and dining-room furniture; reutpayablc In advance month ly, and must bo moderate. Address G 7, Tribune. txt AKTED-TO RENT-3 FLATS OF 5 OR G ROOMS V V on North Side, south of Dlvlslon-st.; rent not to exceed 525 each; pay In advance. Address G 1, Trib une office. ' WJ ANTED—TO RENT-A PARLOR FLOOR, OK VV <to 6 rooms. In the district bounded by Adams-st. and Ashland. Part and ’VVestern-avs.; gentleman and wife. Address 139 Part-av. . WANTED— TO RENT—AN 8 ORIO-ROOM HOUSE on the South Side, north of Thlrty-flfth-st., with pood barn, for myself. Address GEORGE G. NEWBURY, 164 LaSalle-st. TTrANTED—TO RENT-A HOUSE S3O TO $lO PER VV month; South Side, north of Twcntv-scconcl st.. east of State. Apply to PIERCE & WARE, 143 LaSalle-st. • WANTED— TO RENT—HOUSE WITH SIX OR more rooms. In vicinity* of South Pane, with good garden and barn; If suited, will keep for term of years. Address C 3, Tribune office. TI7ANTED—TO RENT—I HAVE GOOD APPLI VV cants for houses. J. H. EOFF. 14 Reaper Block. - TIT ANTED—‘TO RENT— FIRST-CLASSFURNISHED VV room on Park-row. lake front, or Mlchlgan-av. to Slxtecutb-sL will be permanent. If suited. Refer ences exchanged. Address B 34. Tribune office. \T> ANTED—TO RENT—FUR SELF AM) WIFE VV only, part of bouse suitable for housekeeping, with a similar family: careful and dealt able tenant; South side, north of Twenty-flfth-st.. east of State, or good location on North Side. Address Cl. Tribune. TT? - ANTED—TO KENT—WELL*FDKXISUEDISOO.NI 'V between Indiana and ErSe-sts., North Side; pri vate family preferred; young gentleman, single; refer ences given and required. C 2, Tribune oflice. ITr ANTED—TO RENT—A ROOM ON THE NORTH W Side, east of Clark-st. and south of Ontario. Address B 35, Tribune office. TT7ANTED-TO RENT— A ROOM OX THE SOUTH VV side, east of stote-st. and north of Twenty-sec ond. Address B 20. Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT-FURNISHED ROOM FOR single gent; North or South Side: low figure for prompt pay. Address, giving particulars, B 21. Trib une office. ' TtTaNTED —TO RENT-A SMALL BRICK OR VV .tone front house, or a flrst-elnss flat. In a Rood locality, for a small family. Address, giving descrip tion and terms to a reliable party. C 36. t ribune oillce. TT7ANTED-TO RUNT —A BRICK OR STONE VV front hou-c portly furnished, or part of a largo house or ilrst-class flat, by a desirable tenant. Address C 45, Trlbnae olfiee. . ITTANTED-TO KENT—A RESIDENT CLEKOV VV man desires completely-furnished house, vicinity Union or .leflersou Park, W. 11-■ preferred: give prices and full descrtnUOD._Address C 70. Tribune oillce. W~AVTED— TO RENT-A GOOD S-ROOM HOUSE, near Lincoln Park or any other good location on North S?de:bes?of tenants. Address, with fnllpartlcu lars, rent, etc l! _CT7, Tribune office, TtT ANTFD TO RSXT—TWO TOtTKG LADIES, W a pleasant furnished room, In Tlcinlty of Twen ty-second-st.: best of references. Address H. 1-3 Tweuty-eesond-st, •,17 AVTED —TO KENT FUKNI6HEO HOUSE, W South Side, ■where owners board forrent; or can furnish ten-room house under same conditions. Ad dress Z4U, Tribune office. _ WavtFl)— TO RENT —LAST WEEK IN APRIL, by a family of four adults, a house with ten or more rooms* must Iroat souther cast; perfect plumblnp, Jen^not-to exceed S-sr,. navahle monthly In advance. Address, wit U rirUcllariJCjft). Trlbuncj>rßce_. XxrANTED-TO RENT—TEN-ROOM HuUSK OR 4 Wor 5 rooms suitable for light housekeeping. In pri TQte dwelling- on the North or West Side. Address, stating terms, C 91. Tribune ofllce. TO RENT—SUITE OF FURNISHED OU W unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping for self and wife. Address Gh9. Tribune ofllce. __ -*IT ANTifn-TO liF.NT—BV TWO LADIES. JUR- W nlahcd room with loca tion. Address, stating lowest terms, li 3-, 1 ribuae. — WT vTED —TO KENT— B Y A LADY—AX XJ3TUR ubbeJ room on the South Side; must be private family; front room prefci#:d; references, etc. 13 Tribune office.. - TTiNTwrcij to lIKNT—A FURNISHfcII HOUSE OF AV about six or seven rooms east of State: will purchase furniture If oeslraDic: prompt tenant; fine location required. Address C 1-. Tribune office. \T t a\TFD—TO RENT—COTTAGE OR FLAT OP 8 W or? rooms, wlfliin two miles G 37 rent not to exceed $lB per month. Address Gd 7, inn uae odlce. ;—: TTTA'CTrD—TO RENT—ON NORTH SIDE, SOUTH W A of Lincoln Park, house of Bor 10 family of adults; rent under S4O. ail. Tribune omce. W VNTEp—TO RENT—PART OF , A ROUSE, * about seven rooms. 20 mlnntcs rlue Jgjj* Court-House: win pay sl.. to »*} a *? rat SAnm exchanged. Inquire at 7U Laaalle-fit., Room i <• top floor. HAVE APPLICATIONS desirable tenants for houses In the West D'rlilon at irom SiO to SSO. and some higher prlceu- Owners desiring to rent please leave memoranda of their houses, fl. C. MOULT, 9j Clark-st. —. ,-7■. vTFn—TO 'RENT—A FURNISHED HOUSE. Wrcnf he peld in board, with privilege of other boarders. G 15, Tribune office. - Bide, between Twentieth end Twenty-clght-at*<* east of Slate. G 22, Tribune office. YTTANTED—TO KENT—WEST SIDE—BT FOUR W aduliA the upper or lower nlsbed; permanent if suited Address B Tribune* _ TIT WTI'TI—TO RPVT—THE LOWER PART OF A W'S unfurnished lor .mall Sido, . Ohlcayo*av .east of Ciarlt-et. Address t> is iit Mtiutrit* THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE; SUNDAY. APRIL 6. IH79—SIXTEEN PAGES WANTED TO RENT. WAKTED-TO RENT-r, OK 6 DOOMS FOR housekeeping. Address A 60, Tribune office. . WTaNTRD-TO RENT-ON Til E~ SOUTH SIDE. A comfortable cottage of from 3to 6 rooms, to -bo paid for In ilrst-class painting and calclmlnlug, Ad* dress Z 63. Tribune office. TTTANTED-TORENT—:HOUSE OF NOT LESS ' » than seven rooms. In good location, east of Wosi cra-av., West Side, or north of Twentv-fifth-st., South Side; rent not to exceed $25 per mouth to Nov. 1. Ad dress, with particulars, A HO, Tribune office. TTf ANTED—TO RENT—A LADY. OCCUPIED VV during the day. wishes two furnished rooms (S.- D.) convenient , the business portion of the city. Ad dress. with which must be moderate, A is, Tribune office. WAKTED-TO RENT-FAMILY OF TWO WANT a small house In good location, from Thirty-fifth et. to Hyde Part Address A 3. Tribune office. \xrANTED-TO RENT—MAY.I, COTTAGE.SMALL vV boiuc, or flat, for couple without children; West Side, between Ashland-av., Peoria st.,Carro)l-ttv.,and Van Burcn-st.; modern Improvements; state rent and particulars. Address A l. Tribune office. TT7ANTED—'TO RENT—A 'GOOD TWO-STORY V> house on the South Side, between Twelfth and Tweniy-slxth-sta., east of Wabash-ar. Address Z 82, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT—FOUP. OR FIVE Con venient rooms; first-class tenant; no children: give locution and lowest price paid In advance. Ad dress A 66, Tribune office. ' \"\r ANTED—TO RENT-FOR MAY 1, BY A GKN \* tleman and wife (without children), a convenient flat of &or G rooms, on the North Side; rent not to ex* cecd $25 per month. Address,-with description. -Y &7, Tribune ofllce. ; ' ’WANTED—TO RENT—A COTTAGE OF SOK 6 rooms, by a young couple with one child; Uest Side preferred; must be In (rood location and rent rea eonablc. Address Y 53, Tribune office. ■\T7 ANTED-TO RENT—FROM MAY 1, A HOUSE W or cottage of 7 roams and bath-room, near Lin coln Park: rent not to exceed S2O. Address T 57, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-BT GENTLEMAN AND wife, oueor two furnished rooms, with use of bam (West Sldej; rent not over sls. Y 65, Tribune. WANTED-TO RENT-LARGE. NICELY FUR- Dished house. North or South Side. Y 66. Tribune. WANTED—ITOIfENT^FROjri!AY 1 TOIfENT^FROjri!AY 1 TO OCT, 1, \\ a furnished house with five bedrooms. In sub urbs, within no hour’s ride from the city, at a moderate rent, to a responsible party. AddresaZul, Tribune. WANTED-TO BEnT-FURNISHED~RCTOMS FOR three aaulis, west - of Union Park. Address Z 74, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT—AHOUSE IN THE WEST Division, from $25 to $35 per month. Apply at Room 7, 233 West Madlson-st. WANTED-TO RENT—BY GENTLEMAN AND wife, pan of a small house with refined people, or boardlu strict!* private family; South Side; will furnish. Address Y 73, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT-DY TWO GENTLEMEN, one front room furnished or unfurnished, on West Side; near Union or Jefferson Park. Address Z 61. Tribune office. ■ WANTED— TO RENT—LARGE, FIRST-CLASS house in first-class neighborhood, on North or South Side,-by strictly private family. Y 2, Trlbuac._ TTT ANTED—TO RENT—A FLAT OF FROM 4 TO 6 • V rooms, first-class and centrally located; no chil dren; references if required. Address G FC» lud East Madlson-st. WANTED— TO RENT—3 ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, between Lake and .Jackaou. and Robey and Asbland-av. Address Z. 92, Tribune office. __ WANTED— TO RENT—2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, with or without board, between Ashland-av., Bober. Jackson, and Monroe-sta.; references exchanged. 148 South Wood-st. YY7ANTKD-TO RENT FURNISHED HOUSE. VV wlthiu 20 minutes* walk of Madison and Wabash* ar.. by family of three adults. Address Z 81, Tribune. WANTED-TO RENT—A NICE FLAT, WITH yard, convenient to business. Address, stating rent (low to prompt tenant), D 71, Tribune office. TTTANTED—TORENT—IN FIRST-CLASS LOCAL!- »V ty. house of 15 or more rooms, where party will hoard for part rent. G3J, Tribune office. _ WANTED— TO KENT—FOUR ROOMS, PLEASANT- Iy located on West Side; small family; rent not to exceed SO. B 70, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-WEST OF HALSTED AND sontn of Madlson-su, two or tlirec furnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping, near good day board. B 58, Tribune office. YTT’ANTED—TO RENT—BY A SMALL FAMILY. ON VV the North Sldc.a house containing about 12 rooms: possession before Mayl preferred; rent not to exceed sr»o per month: best of references given. Address, stating exact location, B 70. Tribune office. YT7ANTED—TO RENT-ONE OK TWO ROOMS W between Twenty-fifth and Thlrty-second-sts., cast of State. Address A 83; Tribune office. WANTED-TO KENT—BY A GENTLEMAN AND wife, two nicely furnished rooms for very light housekeeping; private family; south of alxtccnth-sL Address B 63, Tribune office. VY7ANTED—TO RENT—LARGE, LIGHT UPPER VV room for manufacturing (with or without power), with steam or water elevator and office room below. Address B 60, Tribune office. - _ WANTED— TO KENT—HOUSE. WITH MODER ate rent: will nay promptly: small family of adults; location east of Larrabee-su Address A 84. Tribune office. ; . WANTED— TO RENT—TWO OR THREE FUR nished or nnfurnlshed rooms, without stoves, convenient for light housekeeping, on the south Side, south of Slxteeiuh-st,: elderly couple; no children. Address G P H, 82 Twentleth-st. ; TSTANTED— I TO RENT—BY A MONTHLY NURSE, VV a room on South Side for light housekeeping. Ad dress A 03. Tribune office. __ YTT ANTED—TO RENT—A GOOD HOUSE OF VV about ten rooms, south of Dlvislon-st.: rent not to exceed SSO per month, payable In advance. Address G 2, Tribune office. m TTTAKTED—TO RENT—FROM MAf I, SMA.LL VV cottage, or five unfurnished rooms, In cood loca tion on Sooth Side, by man and wife. Address Bifl, Tribune office. TXT ANTED—TO RENT—ROOMS FOR ITOUaE- W keeping In Brown School district, east of Robey and south of Lake-st.; will pay sls per month. Ad dressee, Tribune office. \T7ANTED-T0 RENT-A SEVEN TO NINE ROOM VV house, west of Ashland-av. and between Luke and Van Buren-sM. State price and location. Address B 48, Tribune office. ; WANTED -TO RENT —AS IMPROVED FARM; give description and price; will buy If suited. H. KING. 012 West Van Durcn-st., Cnlcago. TT7ANTED—TO RENT-FURNISUED ROOMS FOR VV gentleman, wife, and daughter; one large room and two bedrooms; within three squares of restaurants on West Madison, near Aberdeen or Throop-at. Ad dress C 76, Tribune office. WANTED - TO RENT - FOUR OR FIVE RQOMS W for light housekeeping,for which wc will give the use of a lot of furniture, carpets, pas-flxtures. etc. South Side, east of Statc-sU. and north of Twenty second, preferred. AodressC3B. Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT—BY A SMALL FAMILY, A suite of rooms i furnished or unfurnished with board; first-class locality and reference required. Ad dress C 44, Tribune office. WT ANTED—'TO RENT-SMALL HOUSE FOR FA.M --VV ilyof five adults, on South Side or some suburban town; prefer furnlalicd. Address C 72. Tribune office. FOR SALL. T?OR SALE-BUTCHERS, CALL AND EXAMINE X 7 our portable fixtures and Ice-houses before fitting up. Tools and machinery of all kinds, MATUESON & CO., 78 West Van Duren-EU E*or sale-billiard table IN good RE pair, cheap for cash. Apply at 248 South Ashland- For sale-cheap-complete soda appah . BIHB made by Puffer «fc Hart ilanf c Co. S. KERR, Room 23, 152 LoSalle-sc. • FOR SALE-CHEAP—A FIRST-CLASS BABY CAR rlage, In use one season. Address Y 74, Tribune office. For sale-a board of trade membership. Address A 2. Tribune office. T?OR SALE-A NEW GENERATOR AND FOUR i? fountains. suitable for druggist's use; cheap. Ad dress C C. Tribune office. IPOU SAIT-:—CHEAP—BLACK SPANISH CHICK : ESS. 347 Fulton-it. ■ TPOB SALE-COW WITH CALF. BARN REAR OF IT 105 clark-st. ; FOP. SALE-CHEAP-FIRST-CLASS BARBER shop (In hotel) with baths, holler, tanks, etc., or will put with It clear Insldo lots, and exchange for good house nod lot. HAMMOND. -41 LaSalle-st. For rale-at half its value-entire furniture of a first-class barber-shop. Address A 32, Tribune office- • , T7OR SALK—SODA FOUNTAIN. 8 SIRUPS AND 2 1. minerals, at drug store. No. 56 West Randolph-st. T/OU SALE—GUN. DOUBLE-BARREL, BREECH r loading, snap-action, rebounding locks; 12-bore; byWoodlulU London: Incase, with all cartridge ma chinery complete. Address Z 6fi. Tribune office. V,’6ii SALE-TO PEDDLERS AND COUNTRY r trailers, a small stock of cheap dress Eoncisi nl«o some shawls will be told at SO ccuts on the dollar. Cull at 16.) sute-st. For sale-board of trade membership. 'cheap If taken at once. A G*?. Tribune oiflce. FOR SALE—CUOIGE FRESn COWa ALWAYS ON hand. BKAINERD. northwest corner Forty* elghth-st. and Woodlawn-av. FOR SALE—STEP-LADDERS. ALL SIZES; FIVE feet, $!. six feet. $1.2.’»; the best made. 134 Mich- Igan-st., between Clark and LaSalle. For sale-ciicap-an elegant io-sirup soda fountain. 3 draught tubes; In perfect order. 189 Wabash-ar. For sale-board of trade membership ticket. B 33. Tribune office. T7OR SALE-SMALL BRICK BUILDING TO BE f removed. Call at once. Price reasonable. 60 East Randolph-st. ' Fob sale-the entire fixtures, in store 243 West Madlson-su; also store to rent. F'or sale-a lot of SCROLL-SAWS, at so cent* per gross. A. \V. WHEELER. 141 Lake-n. FOR SALE-TWO GOOD BILLIARD-TABLES, complete: one S6O: also one 15-ball pool table, good as nevr. 229 Flftb-av. TPOItSALE—CHEAP—FIN EB. W. COUNTER. CASE. P and partition, suitable for any business. Call any time at 10S4 West Polk-st. . • F “OR SALE—AN ELECTRICPEN, GOOD ASKEW, or will exchange for good desk, clothing, or mer chandise. Address G - r >2. Tribune office. CAST U fF CiiOTH I AG. T~CkSiTtO THE LADIES and' GF.NTLEMIi.Nr A of Chicago—Don't be Imposed upon by parties mls rpriresenlinglbe prices they pay for cast-oil clothing. vvChnrcoatis at S 6 to SIS. pants at 5-*. to S 3, overcoats •t «fito SJO* ladles' dresses $G to S3J; miscellaneous rnZiis and carpets at highest prices. Pianos wanted. iodwaKSS3 In personal. DE YOUNG,3OB Statc-st. —-Tf AND "gents who' have’ traded with the original A. Andrews. 322 State-si., n-.noffieConsre«- know that he rays the highest cash cast-off clothing, order* by rnlu nromotlv attended to. Business strictly coufluen- Uai. Pl ?neoriginal A. ANDREWS. proprietor, 322 State-st.* opposite : T i" r.\sß PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTHING, A L rai& tic tc. Ladies attended by Mrs. J. Gelder. iddrST OELDEK. 38i State-st. _______ '1 it rASFI PAID FOR LADIES* AND GRNTLE- clothing, carpets, and bedding. Call S46alalti-at. PATB W T b* L' &CO.. SOLICITORS OF PAT- Sti 70Lassie-*.. Chicago. 111. Prompt atten tion given toill Salters relating to the patent bust nesa. » rISUVESSCHAiVCES. A TTENTIOV B \RBKRS—FOR S^LE—THE NICEST A little shop in tbs vlttrs ilolng « very good business, find rent only SR) a month; everything neat find new This Is it rare chance fora young man to make a good living andbc his own boss. I moan to sell and want an nlTer for cash. For particulars, apply on the premises, without'writer Thirty-arfit and State-sts. v t PATFn r "for salk-now bring OPER- A nied m,I worked upon royalty In this city, paying to onimtoffmTn $25 to'sso nor day 11l health and the climate compels the owner of this patent toaell it. Protlt to the manufacturer Bio to nip oercenL Ad dress for an Interview, etc., A is. Tribune office. A VALUABLE PATENT FOI, BALK—TO FURNI - ture chair, and children » furniture manufactur er*. andothers-I haven flrst-clnaa patent that I will sell Cheap; nothing like It In the market Fur particu lars address S. C. McGILL, 21P 'Nalnut-at.. Chicago. .1 4 FIRST-CLASS BRICK STORE, CENTRALLY LO- A catcd, the oldest grocery stand In Evanston. 111., to rent: good opening for cheao cash grocery store. Also, the oldest furniture stand In Village of Evanston; store flret°oli« hrlk ccnlrallv locathiC and fioltnole for any kind of business, F. 11. i , o\\ L«*B, Lxanstou, 111. A MAN WITH $3,C00 CAN STEP INTO A MAN- A ufactunng business already established, owner hav ing to leave the city. Address C uh. Tribune office, V~M \N WITH $2,000 CAN CONTROL A FIRST- A class manufacturing business, with trade estab lished; investigate, o uO, Trump e office. _i 7“TOBACCd.' CIGAR, AND STATIONERY STORE A fur sale cheao. Northwest corner of Cottage Grove-av. and Thirty-flfth-st. _ iSaRGAIN-I WANT S2OO CASH AND CLEAR Jj real estate for small stock groceries and One fix tures. horse, wagon. Ac. Call at 320 Ogdcu-av. for bargain. Must be week; Business of immense value—has no equal or competition; will clear s*.ooo on each $l.‘X)O In vested first year; a sure thing and no risk; a thorough Investigation will orove It beyond question; none but a live business man with cash capital need apply. 36 Clark-st.. Room 5. ... /~tOLORADI>—A FIITST-CLASS DRUG-STORE AND L/bulldlng for sale lu the most promlilug mining camp In Colorado, destined to be as large as Leadviile. valua ble discoveries having recently been made. This store Is doing a large-business, and tain the most desirable location In the city. A portion of the building rents for $ 100 per month. Address 15. Trtoune office. riTGAR store. first-class location, prof- L/'liable and well-established trade, of nearly 10 f years’ sumdlng;_hiyeatlgate. Address G 33. Tribune. wish to sell my stock of dry goods and store fix tures at a bargain. unoneof the best thoroughfares In Chicago; store 25x65 feet, with good living rooms, at a low rent; this la a good opening for a live person; capital required not large; satisfactory reasons for sell ing. Address B 86. Tribune office. DRUGSTORE FOR SALE—GOOD STOCK AND Fix ture*: established trade. Allocation. Address Y 60, Tribune office. ' I7OH SALE—SMALL STOCK OF GROCERIES, r horse, wagon, and fixtures. Will sell all together orseparateat half their value. 346 West Madlsua-st. 17011 SALE-THE GROCERY STORE AT 318 WEST 1; Harlson-su, on account of other For sale-tiif. stock and fixtures, with three rears* lease, of a grocery store and saloon In a good locality; a good store ami small r nt; will bo sold cheap for cash. 127 Brown-su. corner Maxwell. T7OR SALE-FIRST-CLASS BAKERY AND, COF- I 4 fee-house on South Side,.flow In operation; fine opportunity for a good man; elegant light store; large basement: plenty of room to do o first-class Ice-cream business: "best locality In the city; can have possession at once; will sell cheap; object, leaving the city. Ad dress B 26, Tribune office. FOR SALK—I HAVE A CHOICE GROCERY IN one of the best corners In the city doing an all-casn trade of about $l. lOO a week; good reasons for selling. Address A DA Tribune office. , ■ For sale-livery, boarding, and sale stable with building, horses, carriages, buggies, harness, and all fixtures requisite; have a ffirat-ciass trade, and am doing a good, paving business, hut am going West. MITCHELL. 838 Lake-st. FOR SALE-A PAYING BUSINESS; WILL TAKE half cash, balance real estate, or would take part ner with $2,000. Auswer lu real name. Address G 16. Tribune office. " ' 1?OR SALE—CORNER SALOON AND FIXTURES, license, and everything In complete running order. Address B 45, Tribune office. , ___ T.-iQR SALE-GROCERY STORE IN FINEST LOCA i? tlon on West Side; first-class established trade, nice stock and fixtures. Any one having $2, 500 cash can secure a fine business. Going West. Address A 77, Tribune office. ■ ■nOIfSALE-OR RENT-A SUMMER-BKSORT X hotel, furnished complete, near Chicago, will sell cheap, mostly on time, or will rent to good experienced party who has some means. Good barn and several acres of ground go with It, or not. It has an estab lished reputation and a large summer business. No billiards or liquor allowed. Address, with references, A 1), Tribune office. 1708 SALE-A FINE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. I? all on ground floor: location flue; business $4.000 a year; 1 will give some man a good chance; part down, rest on long time. G. W. COOPER, 159 Laballe-st., Room 1. . _____ For sale—one milk route, inquire at 397 West Madlson-st. For "sale—meat-market doing splendid business. Address C 29. Tribune office. For sale—or'will trade fob improved city real estate, clear, a fine stock of groceries, fixtures, horse and wagon, and bar in good locality and doing a good business. Address C 20, i’rlbano office. FOR SALE—OR TRADE—MIILINEUY, J)I4ESe»- moklng, and notion store. Work plenty, sickness the caus»*. Address C 96, Tribune office. FOB SALE-STRICKLASb’SjBIPJ) STOKE, 212 Wed Madlsou-st. F~ IRST-CLASS CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY AND repository for sale, or will lease to a good party and sell tools, etc. Address C 42, FOR SALE —AN OLD-ESTABLIfcHED DRUG store; full stock of poods and good trade. Inquire at A. HOFFMAN, 247 Lftke-at.,Tl a. in. T?OR SALE GROCERY—U 7 WEST MADISON- X 1 lit.; for cash only. T7OU SALE-CHEAP-STOCK AND FIXTURES I? of confectionery store and dlnlnit-roomtEopd loca tion; satisfactory reasons for selling. (ML West Madl sjn-st. ' TOR SALE—STUCK AND FIXTURES OF MILLIX* Jc cry store, on account of sickness; will sell stock at 50 cents on the dollar. South statc-at. TOR SALK—THE LEASE AND ENTIRE FURNi r turc, natures, etc., of a 15-room house..well filled with lodgers; can realize SIOO per month oyer the rental; owuers compelled to po East. Apply at 1< l La- Salle-sc., Room 15. ' I7OR SALE—A LAUNDRY, IN GOOD RUNNING i. 1 order, at 551 West Madlson-st. TPOII SALE—CHEAP—A 15 KSTA UR A NT. COM- X* plete running order; a bargain If taken at once. Call at Room GO. 07 South Olark-st. T?OK SALE—TO GROCERS—A GOOD STAND ON T Madlson-st.. near Halsted; trade well established. A 20. Tribune office. rpOR SALE—CHEAP—THE LITTLE CIGAR AND t* news depot; stock and fixtures all complete; all for $l5O. Apply at FO3 Cottage Grovc-av. T?OR SALE—THE STOCK, FIXTURES. AND GOOD- X? will of one of the best paying hardware stores in tbocliT* stock all A No. l; established it years, doing U MCDONALD, 1461 State^ T?UR KENT—A GOOD COAL-YARD ON ARCHER p n r near Grovc-st., with office, scales, and side track, all complete. Apply to E. A. CUMMINGS (6 CO., agents. 184 LaSalle-st. T^OITsALE—GOOD PAYINGDRUG-STORR ON THE J? West Side (established 1«6<), "“r 4?A h °WMn n 7 ness of the owner. Inquire of A. IIUNI. with Fuller & Fuller. _ T7OH SALE—TO PLUMBERS DESIROUS OF starting In business ou South Side, a good chance. Address Y 3, Tribune office. . T7OR SALE-LUNCH-CAR. INQUIRE AT 340 1 state-st. ; 77 OiTSALE—A S*1.0!)0 STOCK OF HARDWARE, t with tinners’tools; mustsell; make mo an offer, DEITZ, 72 Metropolitan Block. T7OK SALE—STOCK. FIXTURES, HORSES AND wagons, etc , of a first-class grocery store; good corner; South Side; SSOO cash; balance easy payments. B 64, Tribune office. ; T?OR SALE—CHEAP FOR CASH—A RARE CHANCE lor a good shoemaker to buy a custom boot and shoe-store, with custom trade. Address A 9o» Tribune office. TX)R SALE-A BAKERY WITH GOOD OVEN AND r nice fixtures; fu runnlni irilcr; Ice-cream parlor connected. Address BM. Tribune offlee. UOUSALE—LUMBER TARA-GOOD TRADE. GOOD A 1 location; stock,S ».000. Have other Interests. Box 40. Altoua, Knox County. DL ttaVE”sTioo TO S2.MO TO PUT INTO SOME 11 Rve. naylug business References given and re quired. Address with real name, etc., \ 01, Tribune. TJOTEiTfoR SALE— HATCH HOUSE, 93 KINZIK- H it.; fixtures, furniture,’and Interest. Apply on the premises. • ; T OFSIRR TO OUT AIK A SITUATION', IN CON -1 ridmtlonof irhlfih f wl!lloi«iifron»*l,ooowsi.suu; have had good buniaeff *xwrlences unquestionable security for money required; reference eachantui. A 7'A Tribune olfice. . T DESIUF. TO SELL HALF INTEREST IN THE 1 best paylnc restaurant In CU cngo, now do ns a busl i<ncd ijf ncr day. all cash. a practical I,ook pre ferreJ; c.Csb G 34. Tribune office. : i ava'n’lva party with $3,000 TO SIO,OOO. I with which at least 50 per cent can bo made before next. January: b islncss safe and legitimate. Hon solicited by parties meaning business. Address A S 3, Tribune office. TEWFLRY AND WATCH-REPAIRING STORE, J %l r.oo to $2,000 stuck. large run of work* on one of [he feadlnff busTneas streets. Address B 72. tribune. On account of sickness in family, will ‘sen a Splendidly located lumber business in a city of r> af>innablianSs largest manufactories of any place IrTtfmcountry; 11 surrountied by a tine farming country. Address Drawer 13G6. South bend, Jnd. . TO I>rrrsiCTANS-52.7u0(51,5r0 DOWN. BALANCE nt! Mmol will mtv* very desirable house and lot. horse ft!.d°!carHaeti office-furniture, and well established nracnce of physician In a flourishing city of >•> 000 Inhabitants not 100 utiles from Chicago. Last for aellhig. ° For further particulars address M D, Lake Shore s 1 l*cping• cnrjjlUce._Cu rpIlE RIGHT KIND OF A MAN WITH SUFFICIENT I innmn-r-in »<enr of an opportunity where he can tdnc.Uln a nood-paylni: business, well established: the Seat olwedbknown cl:y reference will be slvcn at the proper time; none but flrst-class men need answer. Address G 30. Tribune office. rnir ago ENTERPRISE GOLD & SILYER X Mining Company, Sun Juan. Col., offer a limited number of Shares of working capital S 2"». .Send for prospectus. L. b. HUNT, bccretary. 110 Dearborn-st, - mn RFVT A FIRST-CL STEAM FLOUR-MILL i situated about 140 miles from Chicago In a A* 1 . 13 wheat-growing district, on Une of railroad, etc. Ad dress Z F 7, Tribune office rno TEACHERS A LADT GOING TO EUIiOPE T win sell ner school on the South side at a bargain. Address c 5, Tribune otlice. 'T'UE HOTEL AND BOABDWO-HODSE KNOWS AS 1 the I'nnlch House, corner i*andolDh*su ana rutn A. for »aie cbeaplorCMb or, city real estate. Inqulr. on premises. UT'\nTED-A NO. 1 MAN. A BUSINESS GENTLE* »V‘man. worth Sl.ojo to $2.000.10 luicr. ested in and travel tor an cstapHabed koujp-ln'eaa gallon Invited. Inferences required. Address E. r. CO., care Carrier 3. city. WASTED-A BUSINESS MAN, WITH SOME CAP* ItaL to take half Interest m new toj patent, w. P. SHANNON, lfX> Monfuc»jt. ;Tr WANTED— \ PAUTT WITH CAPITAL TO FVa nish stock to manufacture a drst-clau stapU* ar* tide, wltn option to purchase an Interest or withdraw at stipulated time. Address YB % Tribune office. SECUUB AM, IMTERE.-jT IS AM •ibOUU established paying business. Address A ei. Tribune office. BUSINESS CHANCES. TOBACCO. CIGAR, CANDY •U)lOU trade; money-making; old established cor ncrstorc; stock complete; going away. 394 Mllwau kee-av. ■ U£Qt\n CASH WILL BUY STOCK, FIXTURES, t&OUU and lease of cents’ furnishing store on West Side: everythin* first-class: will Invoice more than Sl.OOiflctual cash value. Address C 7t». Tribune office. tei-fu iTrf O'SCdwTO LOAN to A RELIABLE «S)i.UUI/ firm wno will give situation at falrsala ry. Reference given. Address Y 7S, Tribune otfice. oon nnn cash will buy half inter *£)-£U.UuU cstin one of the best distilleries in the West; capacity. 1,000 bushels dally; cattle barns feed- Imr i.UXi head; agents need not reply; positively no trade. DISTILLER, Tribane otfice. HORSES A.\D CARHIAGES ATR-VDESM AnCgl VING UP BUSINESS OX Ac count of having 111-health, will sell his two horses:- one Is an extra fine brown horse, 6 years old. isv* bands high, with a full flowing mane and tall; he Is an extra fine family or road-horse; Is warranted to trot m 3 minutes, and will stand any place without being h.tch ed. and Is not afraid of steam-cars; one very fine work horse; he is of the same age and color and very chunky built, and Is In floe working condition, and I will al.ow seven days*, trial of either of them, and will sell them together or separate, very reasonable for cash, as I have cot nothing fof them to do. Apply at the barn In the alley-way In rear of 433 Wabaab-av. They are war ranted sound, kind, and gentle. A BANKRUPT STOCK OF CARRIAGES. SHIPPED Jjl from New York to Cedar Rapids, la,, consisting of l cxtcnslon-top carriage. 3 jump-scats. 3 phaetons, l sidebar top-buggy, i light road-wagon. I open end* spring busrgv, t platform spring-wagon. 1 two seat side spring Concord buggy, 3 sets of single harness, i set of double harness: all are first-class, and will be sold at a great sacrifice, and must he sold this week. To be teen at U)i» Hast Jackson-si. Cal! and examine stock if you wane a great bargain, as lam bound to close them out this week. \ TTKNTION—WE WILL SELL FIRST-CLASS NEW /V side-bar and end-spring buggies and phaetons, top and open silvery op express wagons, at great bargains. Call at 715 Wabash-ar. A BARGAIN! LIVERY STOCK. 13 HORSES AND mares; 2 verv speedy roadsters, 5*5 each: 20 open and top boggles. Giving up business. Must be sold. Call at4l9 Blue Island-av., In saloon near viaduct. A FINE BROWN DRIVING HORSE, WILL BEAT 2:50, 7 years old, perfectly gentle; also a nearly new top buggy of good make, together with a rubber trlmmed harness: the above belongs to a gentleman leaving the cltv, and will be sold cheap, together or separate, ntS9l South liulsted-st. ALIGHT YACHt-TOP BUGGY FOB $75. A De cided bargain. See It at K) Stnte-st. A BARGAIN—IS DRAFT AND DRIVING HORSES, weight from 90 to 1,300; price from $35 to $135: any trial given: 12 buggies. 9 wagons, 2 carriages, and harness, at 19 Blue Island-av. __!__■ FORSALE— 13 HORSES.*KiT FOR ALL USE. WAR ranted sound; one week’s trial given; all kinds of carriages, coupes, phaetons, jump-seats, side-bar, top aud open buggies; large assortment of new and sec ond-hand grocery wagons, all kinds of harness, new and second-hand blankets, robes, whips: horses and wagons to let cheap by the day or week; money ad vanced; will sell on monthly payments or exchange. Come aud see the largest assortment of any house in Chicago, and the cheapest. H. C. WALKER, 249 Statc-st. FOR SALE—I 3 HORSES AND MARES FIT FUR nil purposes: weigh from POO to 1.300 pounds. Also wagon nnd harness and 2-seated carriage. The above Sroperty at a great bargain, as I need money. I6u West acksoa-at.. near corner of Ualsted. FOP. SALE-GOOD OPEN BUGGY; WOULD TRADE for good work horse. 630 Statelet. For sale-at fisher & taylor*s, thib tccnth-st- and Wabaah-av.. the noted trotting and turf mare Kittle Stratton; record. blemished In both eyes, pure galted, wears no boots, color black, handsome as a doll: can trot to her record single, and can beat it to the pole; 15J$ hands; nobody’s dust taken when she Is given her head. She is In our hands to he sold, and will be sold cheap. ___ I?OR SALE-AT FISHER A TAYLOR’S, CORNER . Thlrtcenth-st, and Wabash-av., a be-mtltul small bay pole team, with big style and nice movement, sound, and safe drivers, and both good saddlers. For sale-cue ap-vehy nice rig for pleas ure or easiness; horse sound and kind: good bar-, ness, bnggy (Wlllets’ make) but little used; a good sized pony, phaeton, and harness, for lady to drive or ride; one very small pony for boy to ride or drive, price S 00; one coupe horse; three very fine saddle horses, from Kentucky, all the gates; Ipriccs $175 to S3OO. No. SS Twenty-sccond-at. FOR SALK—A FAST PACING HOUSE—YOUNG, sound, and gentle. Want eony-phaeton or light top buggy In part payment. C 85, Tribune office. 170 R SALE-A FIRST-CLASS SECOND-HAND t 1 square box-ton buggy, cheap for cash: no trade. Inquire of LOOMIS at freight depot, northwest corner Union and Carroll.sts. For sale-a first-class horse and ped dltng wagon at a bargain. Call at 257 Sonth Clark. E" OR SALE-.VLAUGE HORSE. WEIGHING ABOUT 1,600; sound, and well broken In single or double harness, at 11 Adoms-st. T?OR SALE—CHEAP—2 FINE FRENCH MARES. 3 r farm marcs, l fine carriage team. 1 coupe horse; no buggies and phaetons, and all kinds of harness. 70 South Canal-st. For sale-one lightdouble TRUCK; light enough for one horse: used less than three months. Inquire of S. A. WEST & CO. comer LaSalle and Oluo-sts. ■ Fob sale-best familt horse is town. For particulars apply to CARL C. MOELLER, 178 Washington-at. ■ For sale— cheap—a fine large black coupe horse; will drive single or double. Inquire at 91 South Park-av._ ; F)R SALESLADY’S RIG—GENTLE HORSE, BUG gv, phaeton, and harness, all complete, cheap; also fine road horse, can trot In 2:50 sure; and one cheap horse, good worker. MITCHELL’S, 838 West Lake-st. FOR ‘SALE-3 GOOD DRIVING HORSES, ONE couoe horse, and two top buggies at 407 Tv eat iladl son-st. . For sale—house, phaeton. harness, blan ket, robe. etc. Horse safe for lady; f-—‘ takes the lot. LOOMIS' Laundry. i«3 West Monroe-st. For sale-one heavy SINGLE TRUCK; also, heavy draft horse and staple harness, cheap. Apply sia Warrcn-av. 170 R SALE-A DAPPLE GRAY SADDLE HORSE, ; 0 years old. 149 South Canal-st. ; T7OU SALE-FOR THREE DAYS, AT TVOODRUFP A Hotel Stable, corner Twenty-flrst-st. and Wabaah av., span larpe roan horses, fine carriage team, with* out fault or blemish. For sat7b-lady or invalids equipage for Sun, sorrel horse, phaeton, newly painted, harness, whip, etc.. In pood order, and the cheapest outfit In the city; want of use reason for selling. In-, quire at 038 West Washtagton-st. For sale-cheap-a coupe rockaway (suitable for four) and fine horse and harness, in pood order; this Is a bargain for any one wanting such a rip. Call at 121 Loomis-sc., near Van Buren, Sunday and Monday. ___ For sale-at less than half cost-hand some family carriage adapted for one or two horses; also a speedy small Ethan Allen trotter. Southeast cor ner Sixteenth and Dcarboru-sts. TOR SALE—A GOOD YOUNG BAY HORSE-GOOD 1/ double andalngle; safe for lady to drive In any part of the city. Will exchange for agood piano. Address G 41, Trlbune'offlce. TOR SALE-ELEGANT GLASS-FRONT ROCKA- F wav: almost new. May be seen at BOHANNON s, 58 West Madlson-st. Forsale-tiir best road HORSE in the city; color sorrel; he Is 7 years old: l»M hands high: can trot better than 2:40; very handsome; war ranted sound; can be driven by a lady: will sell cheat) for cash, or trade for good business horse. Apply at 1121 Indlana-av. T?OR SALE-HANDSOME fGAITED) SADDLE t* hor-e, six different gaits: dark bay. black points: 16J$ hands high. A 10. Tribune office. T7OR SALE—I 3 HORSES, 13 MARES. SUITABLE r for general use or shipping, at from $25 to S9O. 42 Hnrraon-court. - FOR SALE-11 CHEAP HORSES AND MARES; one mare with foal, one gentleman s driving horse, two handsome ponies. 747 West Madlson-st. 770 R SALE-A VERT FINE ROAD HORSE. Ju speedy and sound. Will exchange for a fine gray coupe horse. Address B 37, Tribune office. T7OR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS SECOND-HAND TOP n delivery-wagon; also good express harness, with borae. or separate. LITTLE'S barn, rear 19f. Clark-st. rsnß SALE—A FIRST-CLASS TURNOUT—DARK- F bay mare, young, sound, kind, and all right. Can trot in 2:40. Top buggy, nearly new. with good har ness. separate or togetnei; also a two-seated carriage. LITTLE’S barn, rear 195 Clark-st. . ™RSALB-ONE LABOR PLATFORM WAGON; L 1 also wagon with large box. suitable for hauling grain or baled hay. LIT f LB'S barn, rear UiS Clarh-st. F7jiTSALE-IJr hear OF ISO WEST MONROE gt,» large stock of horses, and two mules: weight. 2. MX); on mules, 8r>0; two saddle ponies; trial given with every one. • iroii sale-ciieaf-one large O>tNTByS. r with seats on ton; wont an oiler. F. W. CAMP BELL, 170 Madlaon-st., Room 3. _ ™ SALE-AT' A VERT LOW PR/OE-EXTEN JT slon-top carriage: nearly new, MITCHELL, 83S West Lake-st. rx>R SALK—VERT CHEAP FOR CASH-A GOOD p hnek* newly repaired and In first-class condition; come and makean offer: no me for It. Call at 217 Eaat liandalph-at., grocery. t^orT”sale—a fine dexter spring ROAD. t ffjon, cheap, at LITTLE’S stable, rear li» Clark-at. : Tinp~qArr_pH -\ETON AT A BARGAIN—A NEW F York Central Park phaeton, but little nsed. that cost S6CX>. made by Woods Bros, ~“ , ,ef ,^„w ,j lt t <Se tec that none other should be made like It. li for wiie at private barn In ilia rear of »•« Pralrlc between Twcnty-flrst and Twenty-second-ats., at a great sacn /-100 D EXPRESS HARNESS $10: 4 QUOD SINGLE ( t harnesses. SS, $7, $lO. and $25; l road 1 side spring; 1 trotting sulky. #ll new. bold to pay advances. Rear of 83 Twenty-second-at. • /~iOOU DRIVING and business horses for (t sale from S3O no; trial given; call early; they j.O fjiat 170 West Madlson-st-, up-stalrs._ /vARRIaGES. PHaETONS, AND BUGGIES. ALL RAVE AT BRENNAN’S BARN. COR. TtVELFTII I inti Desnlalnes-sts., 12 bend of horses and mares, amonn them one span of chunky horses. 2.000 pounds, nrlccsyo: one span of sore-footed mares for farm us-, £nd other*, nrlce from $2/1 to s*». Call to-day or Mon day; must sell to pay for keeping. 213 West Twelfth. ONE CAR-LOAD OF HORSES JUST FROM FARM- Inston. lIL. conslstlns of heavy draft horses, one ■»*nn of carriage-horses, four single drivers, six horses TVQ. M’CONNELL, 249 andr.l State. —PKVOVEr. * CO.. 390 TO 398 WABASII-AV., now have In stock a full line of their celebrated •ide-iprlnc business bnttitles. the acknowledged stand ardfor general excellence and style. Hie demand for these wagons exceeds that of any vehicle ever put on the market, and resnlu solely from Its merits. Alio show a line of our unequaled elliptic-spring Plano and issasiffi 010 "- LA " - COOPE BOCKAWAY3, PARIS VICTORIAS, TINE GLASS LANDAUS, ri ** LONDON BROUGHAMS, BERLIN CABRIOLETS. Prices reduced to correspond with the times. Second-hand phaeton and square-box top buggy, patent wheels, sound and serviceable, sooeacu. Parties having fink matched pairs of horses, stogie drivers. saddlers. or coupes, are In* viicd to correspond with T. T. Furlong, at Fisher A Taylor's. Thlrteenth-st. and Wabash-av., giving a fall ana accurate description, aze, size, color, Boeedt»cnnd nesa. and style, with their peculiar traits of character, with the lowest cash price of such stock at your place of residence.’ ' ' WANTED— A GOOD BUSINESS HORSE IK Ex change for a splendid new piano. Address F 45, Tribune office. HORSES A.VO CAKHIAGES. \\T ANTED—TWO GOOD SKCON'D-UASD CAR > » rlases. Address M. BYRNE. Palmer House, ror two days. WANTED— A, GENTLE. STYLISH BUGGY AND saddle horse, afraid of nothing, lit for a lady* o drire. Address, with particular* ami price. Y SD.Trio* one office. WANTED— TO EXCHANGE—A SOUND. LIGHT bar horse, weighing about 1,3(0 pound*. for & large black or chestnut, weighing not less than 1,450 pound}, to be used In a furniture wagon; must be steady, and not afraid of can. Apply to JOSEPH BKCK.ER, 217 and 219 Staie-st. WANTED-FAST PACER, SOUND AND KIND. »V over 15 hands, under 9 years. Address, with de scription and price, B 73. Tribune office. WANTED— A TOP BUGGY (NEW OR USED) FOR shelf hardware at New Yoric cost, or less. D. H. WELLS, 675 Lake-at.- IV ANTED - FOR CASH DELIVERY-WAGON; ,Vf state price. A 92, Tribune office. WANTED-A RUBBER-MOUNTED SINGLE HAR ness. also a gentleman's riding-saddle; must bo first Quality, and bur Utile u*ed: cheap for cash. GEORGE BRAUN, 11 East Adama-st.i TXrANTED-A SIDEBAR, SQUARE-BOX, LEATH* V V er-cop buggy; must be but little used, and cheap for cash. Address, stating price and maker’s name, G 32, Tribune office. • w, ANTED-EXTENSION TOPCARRIAGE.CHEAP Vt forca,h. W. H. JACOBS, Room 05 Metropoli tan Block. WANTED-FOR CAbH-TOP-BUGGT FOR ROAD use ami single set of harness by first-class maker. State price. C 80, Tribune office_. \T7EHAVK JUST RECEIVED TWO CAR-LOADS VV of horses, mares, and mules; 2 pair of mules weigh 2, 7«0 pounds a span: also, some good Clysdalc chunks, welching from 1.200 to 1.5u0 pounds. We have also got some nice business horses, some good chunky farm-mares. Trial given with all stock. Call at 420 Fourteeath-at., corner of Blue Island-av. O’HERN BROS. WANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND PUAETON bupey. with leather top: must be a good oue. and cheap. Andress, naming price, for three days, B 23, Tribune office. #\ttantf.d-a plain full rubber-trimmed VV light tingle banters, rooes. blanket, whip, etc.; must be first-class. Address C 92. Tribune office. WANTED-A “T” CART, TWO-SEATED OPEN, or a half-ion carriage. Give lowest cash price. Address Z 12, Tribune office. ; 2 LAUNDRY WAGON HORSES. YOUNG AND sound. S6O and 580; 3 young and sound horses, $43, SOS. and S6O; ! doctor’s mare, safe fur lady, very stylish; 1 l. ID* horse, city broke; all sound, SBO. U Cottage Grove-av. ’ I CHEAP WORK-HORSES, FROM 1.150 TO 1.300 t: pounds: six other horses fit for all use. Ten sets farm harness, nearly new; seven sets express harness: four arts buggy harness; all arc first-clat*. and must be sold this week and pay advances. H. C. WALKER. 249 State-st. 6 HORSES FOB SALK—PRICE.FROM $25 TO sls; ivro wncons. Apply Sunday or Monday rear or coal office. fli2 E!gbtcentb-»t. . FINANCIAL. ACCODNTS IN FIDELITY, STATE, AND GER man savings bants bought: highest price paid; money to loan on life-insurance policies: farm loans at low rates a specialty. DANIEL ETER, 92 Washing ton-su • AN’ INVESTMENT PAYING I 0 PER CENT NET la offered for sale, being a desirably located dwell logonlndlana-ar. ‘fors2,2oo. J. H.EOFF, HReaper Block. ANY AMOUNT TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND pianos without removal. 151 Randolph-st., Room 4. A PRIVATE PARTY WILL LOAN ON FURNI tore without removal, pianos, or other valuables: reduced rates: no describe security. Z 37, Tribune office. : Any sum-350 to ssoo-loaned on furni ture, pianos, etc.. G. H. WALKER, Room 5, 184 Dearborn-st.. Howland Block. A CCOUNTS IN FIDELIf Y AND OTHER BROKEN J\ banks bought; scrip receivable for 1878 taxes for sale at a discount. E, S. HUNT, 86 Washlogton-sc. A PRIVATE PARTY WILL MAKE A FEW LOANS j\ on household furniture, pianos, etc., without re moval, at low rates to good parties. C4g, Tribune. ALL SAVINGS-BANK BOOKS. ’RECEIVERS* certificates, county orders, and city scrip bought and sold, and loans negotiated, by IRA HOLMES, General Broker. 33 Washmgtou-st. ALADY’wILL LOAN a FAIR SUM ON A HORSE and buggy for the summer, and nse it with the greatest care. S. KERR, Room 22, 152 LaSalle-st. A S2-~. SSO. SIOO. ETC., LOANED ON FUR • nlture, pianos (withoutremoval); goods stored on any other good security. 184 Dearborn. Room 9. Advances made on diamonds, watches, bonds, etc., at LAUNDERS’ private office, 120 Ran dolph-at,,near Clark. Rooms 5 and 6. Established 1354, A” NY AMOUNTS^TO~LOAN ONFURNITURE, pianos, etc., without removal, and other good collaterals. W. N. ALLEY, W Dearborn-st., RoomQ. ANY AMOUNTS TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PJT • anou etc., without removal, at lowest rates. C. B. WILSON, 95 Dearborn-st., Room 11. ANY AMOUNTS LOANED ON FURNITURE AND pianos without removal: also on other good se curities. 152 Dearborn-st.. Boom 13. ' Al COMMERCIAL PAPER, NOTES WITH Col laterals. mortgages, and other securities bought and sold. ISAAC GREENEBAUM A CO.. IIP Fitth-av. r\ASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD AND SILVER L/ Money to loan on watches, diamonds, and valuables of every description at GOLDSMIU’S Loan and Bullion Office (lice nsed). 09 East Madlson-st. Established I3tfs. CASH PAID FOR ENDOWMENT POLICIES IN solvent life-insurance companies. D.W. SUTHER LAND, Room 5, 95 Clark-st. . Davis & walker. 142 drarborn-st.. have money to loan on Improved city real estate In sums from *SUO to $ 10,003. Go applications for farm loan wanted. FOR MONET TO INVEST IN MINING ADDRESS G 31, Tribune office. Fidelity and state savings bank-books wanted to close up a trade; look around, and then bring your hooks here and get more. CHICAGO LO.AN CO., 172 Washlngton-sL, corner Flfth-av. T HAVE GOT A $2,350 STATE SAVINGS BANK J. book which I will sell at a reasonable figure; what Is your best offer? A iff). Tribune office. ; T CANS. LARGE OR SMALL, MADE ON FURNI JU turc, pianos, bonds, mortgages, etc.; reasonable rates. 56 Reaper Block, No. 95 South Clark-st. Money to loan on real estate at * per cent. Endowment Insurance and mortgages want ed. M.C. BALDWIN & CO., 73 Dearborn-at.,Koom 1. tvToney"TO~LO AN ON furniture, pianos. ill machinery, and other good securities. 190 Dear born-st. K. WIN ME. \T ONEY TO LOANIN LARGE OR SMALL SUMSON 111 household or other goods: current rates. FIDELI -ITY STORAGE COMPANY. 78, 78. and 80 Van Buren. Monet to loan on furniture andmer chandlse of every description at 10 per cent per annnm. Storage rates lowest In the city. J. C. «tr. PARRY, 160 West Monroc-st. ; MONKY'TO'IOAN ON WATCHES. DIAMONDS. Jewelry. fumttnrc. machinery, and other good collaterals. J. J. OWEN. 84 LaSalle-st., Room 24. ONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. GRIFFIN & DWIGHT, northeast corner Washington and Halated-sts. ; 1 cent; $2,500, SI,OOO, and ?:i.OOO at 7 and 8 per cent. JOHN C. LONG, 72 Washlngton-st. ITT ANTED—TO'BORROW $425 ON A I COLLATES VV al worth $975, for two months, at living rate of Interest. B 30, Tribune office. Wanted— S2,wxi for two tears, good se curity and reliable parties; best of reference given. HENRY J. GOODRICH. 52 Major Block. WANTED-FROM" SOME "PRIVATE PARTY, A Joan of Si,sou to $2,000; will pay 10 per tent In terest; security, a farm of 640 acres about 50 mile* southeast of Chicago. Address C 83. Tribune office. T\rANTED-sl,ooo BOR 3 OR 5 TEARS; NO COM- W mission. Address, stating Interest, W. C. M., 620 Larrabee-st. MONET TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT I un real estate, W. 11. WILLNER, 123 LaSatle-st., Room l. ui» i nnn 22,000, $3,000 to loan on city tu)l.UuU. Improved, 7 per cent; no commission. N. MONROE, 142 Dearborn-st., Room 15. S-> /W in AND $1,700 TO LOAN ON IMPROVED property: Sdoo A 1 farm mortgage for sale at a great discount: want 850* pn acres at Central Park; also want s3,W**onSOfcet with brick Improvements on Peorla-st. GRIFFIN «fc DWIGHT, corner Washington and Halsted-ats. /mn OR LESS SUMS TO LOAN ON IM -354. UuU proved city property at 7 and 8 per cent. M' J. DURAND. Attorney, 99 Modlson-at., Ro omlO. d>l/l /W WI TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE IN 3&JLU.UUU sums of $ I.too and upwards at lowest fates. RUFUS C. HALL, 80 Dcarborn-st. ; Sin nh< I PUBCHASE-MONEY MORTGAGES. 35XU.UUl/ S6OO to SI,OOO each, 3 and 5 years to run; 6 per cent Interest, payable annually; fair dis count will be made. J. M. OLIVER, Room 38, 97 Clark-st. __ AnATOLOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS 5&.40.UUU and city Improved, at« percent inter* eat. W. P. DICKINSON. U 9 and 101 Washlutcton-at. c* £7\ aatT~to loan in sums to 'suit on <S)OL/.' JUUclty property and farms at lowest rates. PETERSON & BAY. 168 Handolph-st. MACHINERY. For sale-cueap-several traveling en glues, all la the best working order. Address IL H. SCOVILL‘3, No. 52 Canal-st.. CLlcapo; or AI H. DKLAMATER, No. 211 Franklin ar., Cleveland. Ohio. F*OrT SALE—CHEAP—A GRAVES POWER* SOLE cuttlntr machine, nearly near: also 15 or 20 dies with followers, block. etc., complete. 262 Flfth-ar. I7OR SALE—CHEAP—A NILES TOOL WORKS 9- J? foot boring aua turning mill, with Independent boring attaonment; also a new 15-horse-powcr uorlgbt boiler. Address B 92. Tribune office. FOR SALE—IO*HORSE BUCKETS PORTABLE engine and boiler; been used about one year* will be sold'for less than half the price of new. UAi « PRENTICE, 37 South Canal-st. \1 TASTED-A SMALL POWER OR FOOT LATHE VV and tools for brass and Job work; slate price and particulars: must be cheap; cash. Address B 74, Irib une office. SEWING .HACIEINES, ILL KINDS OF SECOND-HAND SEWINO- A machine, at *5 toSIO each, and warranted; new family blngera. Howe, Weed, Domes! c machines. at CJOcach, at THOMPSON'S. 297 South llalated-at. XTEW SINGER, *2O; ALL KINDS OF SECOND IN hand f rom S sto *10; we reualr all kind,. J. c. SPENCER, 412 West Madlaoa-at. CINGER~>FFiCK, 22S SOOTH HALSTED-ST. O Geauiae Sinners at a large dlacoaat for cash. chines exchanged and rented, Second-band machines cheap. I\TANTED—FEW MORE LADIES TO BOT THE VV. singer, and take tewing to delivered am! called for. and Dcit prices paid, singer office. 255 West Madlaon-st. IOEDICAL* LACH, Proprietor. For lale by all dealer,. to ladies —a radical, painless, \ iidloiedy cure for pile, or. hemorrhoid, lu every 4rm.“ Itbout ! he uae of the knlfeucauatlc. nitric acid, or figtfore the old painful and dangerous remedies: dot ffomten to thirty day, required to effect a care, and natlen ”cmf attend to their usual unties ail of the time. succeaaful. Teatlmonlalagiven from thore I ffive2a7?d! Mrs. Dr. E. CHICHESTER, Boom X 2, wabash-AT. ISGSLLANEOUS* An article contributed to the abbeiter Zcltung of March 30, by some malicious ignoramus, does the firm of Ellcl. Daozlger & Co. and their, cm? ployes gross Injustice. It states that they reduced the wages of beam-hands front $8.50 to $3 per week. Tho reduction, lu fact, was from S& to S-.5i». The other 'statements,— as to Jeugth of time required to learn the trade of a beam-hand, the personal business career and standing of Mr. tlleL and other rubbish contained tu the spiteful letter referred to. 1* of the same character, —wholly false and without foundation. The editor of the Arbelter Zeitung has published a denial of these statements, subscribed by the hands employed by tho firm. Our object In publishing this denial Is to offset any unfavorable Impression which the article lr. Ques tion may hare made upon the minds of the English* speaking Herman friends of the firm. We print this card in the Tribune for theirbenefi: and information, as well a« for the sake of truth and Justice. THOMAS CUKCOKAN, President Tanners’ aud Curriers Union. T~v67l meats attre LOWEST PRICES.IN Till A city at the Twelfth-st. Packing-House, Nos. no, 121 aud IJ3 Twelfth-st.. just west of Stale. A No. I vcal-chops 10 cents, and cutlets. A No. i mutton chops and roasts x No. I sirloin steak A No. 1 pork-chops andmasta...... A No. 1 Soused Pis** feet 123 pounds)... Call and examine. Meats delivered. . w»..Baftwaiuw c VIEULING A CO., Packers. III*. 121. and KKt East Twelfth's: THOROUGHLY COMPETENT BUSINESS MAN, with large acquaintance and $5,000. desire-* to .n* vest that amount with active services In some lectt.* mate builuess, wholesale or retail, that will will stand full investigation: no communications noticed unless real name, nature of business, etc., etc., is Blyea; to* objection to leaving Chicago. Address ZKJ, irioune._ A LL THE NE W SCRAP* BOOK aNOPOTTERY PlC tures. decalcomante. modern plates, and Easier cards, etc., at PIERCE'S, 75 Madlaon-st.. Room it. Pottery at greatly reduced prices.* A SHIRT OF WAMSUTTA MUSLIN, 3-PLY. ALL linen bosom, best workmanship, made to order, warranted to tit. 6 (or 56; sample sent anywhere. Ad* dress A 92, Tribune otfice. ' A LAWYER; ADVICE FREE; WILL GAIN YOU something or charge nothing: private matters confidential: money loaned on anything. C 5. Tribune. GENTLEMAN* IN THE BOOT AND BHOE trade wants a line of gents* furnishing goods to sell on commission. Address Box 488, Mishawaka, Ind. A.” LESTER’T'" DOLLAR'IIAT~HOUSE. ICO • RaodolpD-st. All the spring stylet. Si; finest $1.25 to $2; best silk bat, $3 and $4; caps. 25c.50c.75c. ALI 7 WANT’ THE” PARISIANS KHIFR-PLalT log. made at headquarters, 843 Wabash-ar. it Is the boss. We collect and deliver free of charge. All persons' having' roofs'that' leak can have them repaired by .1. WILKES FORD A CO., Roofers, 153 and 155 West Washlngtoa-it. Bogs, cockroaches, and moths extermd nated oy contract (warranted). Exterminators for sale. Call or address A. OAKLEY, 189 East Washing* ton-sL _________ /CONSIGNMENTS OF GOODS. NOVELTIES. OR patents cold on commission.- Address W, A. CTIA>LBEKLIN* 107 Washlngton-av., South Minne apolis, Minn. /CASH PAID FOB ALL KINDS OF RAGS. OLD w papers, book*, metals, and bottles, at PETTI* BONE’S. 194 LaSallc-sc. D1 SSOLUTION-THE PARTNERSHIP HEHETO fure existing under the firm name of Davis & Dun* can Is to-day dissolved by mutual consent. L. D. Davis, who will continue the business. Is authorized to collect all outstanding debts, and will settle ail liabili ties L, I>. DAVIS, Chicago, April 2, 1879. It- B. DUNCAN. DR. F. BROOKS—OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. 124 West Madlson-st. Invalids can be accommodated with pleasant rooms and board If desired. Fine portraits copied from all kinds of pictures by Ten Eyck & Co., celebrated artists. Soliciting agents wanted. W. L. WHIPPLE. 58 Washingion-it. Fine Parisian knife plaiting done at 74 Twenvy-aecond-at. IRON WORKS WANTEI> BY AN EXPERIENCED J. Superintendent; would purchase entire or part, or would lease fur a term of yean. Address with full particulars C. S. PERRIN. Darlington, Lafayette County. Wls. . I WANT A MAN WITH $2,000 OR $3,000 TO take a half-interest In a good. legitimate business; none but personal Interview noticed. Address G 13, Tribune office. I WANT TO BUY ABOUT 200 COMMON WOOD chairs, palmed ornot, forabalL h late price. Ad dress G 2b, Tribune office. * Ladies— we will thoroughly cleanse your carpets at your houses with our new hand machine beater; It beats steam, and will not rip your carpets. Leave orders at Room 13 Exchange Building. 211 Llncoln-av., or 15 Sooth Canal-st. LADIES’ FORMSFULLY DEVELOPED IN A SHORT time; superfluous hair permanency removed; flesh worms, motb-natches. eruptions successfully treated. MME. KETCHAM. 75 Madtson-st., Room 50. Elevator. MR. JOHNSON (FORMERLY BOOKKEEPER . with Held. Letter & Co.), public accountant and copyist, 88 LaSalle-st. PARTIES HAVING BOARD OF TRADE MEMBER shIp for sale call Monday morning at Room 31 Metropolitan Block. Quiet home for ladies during confine ment In a doctor’s lamllv. Private and confidential. Female complaints a specialty. Box 363, Chicago, Quiet home for ladies during confine* meat: private and confidential. Box 20, City Post-Office. Rare chance-to restaurant men.house keepers. and others—Bankrupt stock of crockery, flower-pots, etc., atyourowu price; must be sold Mon day. R. SAMUEL. 647 West Madlson-sL. SAM ABRAHAMS WILL PAY THE HIGHEST prices for old coats and vests, pants, dresses, boots, shoes, etc. Address or coll at 102)4Van Burcn-sL, cast of Clark-st. SHOWMEN ATTENTION—A GREAT ATTRAC tIon, which cost over $3,000. la to be sold to pay a small loan, at 184 Dearborn-st.. Room 0. WANTED— TO BUY A MILK-ROUTE. THREE TO five cans; state price and location. AddressT 8, Tribune office. WANTED-A line of goods or a specialty \V to travel with on commission and sell to.onslness men; have had experience as traveling salesman and canvasser: can furnish satisfactory reference. A duress B 78, Tribune office. TI7ANTED—A LARGE CEDAR CHEST, CHEAP FOR VV cash. Address Y DJ. Tribune office. ANTED PORTABLE RANGE; MUST BJ cheap. Address A 14, Tribune office. WANTED-FOB CASH, ENGINEER’S OR SCR veyor's transit; state price and makers name. Address Al 7, Tribune office. ANTED—A RETAIL DRUG-STORE, WELL Lo cated. Address B 39, Tribune office. TIT ANTED—TO KNOW ADDRESS OF WILLIAM •\V Can tie, late from Ahcrtlllery. Monmouthshire, South Wales (England). Send address to E. B, MA THEWS, Youngstown. 0. . WANTED-TO LKT CONTRACT FOR SMALL JOB brick-work. WHITNEY, 238 Slate-st. t tttaNTED— A. SECOND-HAND LAWN-MOWER; W must be in good running order. Call or leave, word at 114 West Madlson-st., up-stairs, where It can be seen. . T\r ANTED— SECOND-HAND 4-4 CAMERA AND \> box: also small furnisher. Address Drawer 7L Oconto, Wla. ; TT T ANTED-ORCHESTRA AND BRASS BAND. 5 V> pieces. Call to-day at Boom 1, top floor, 119 North Clark-st. _ WANTED— 4 10-GALLON COPPER ()B IRON fountains, cheap, for cash. A 73. Tribune. ANTED-ASTKICTLY FIRST-CLASS PATENT ed article, novelty or farming Implement; will introduce it at my own expense. Address, with full particulars, A 43, Tribune office. _ ATTAN’TED—A STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, VV with fixtures, for which I wlllpay cash and Im proved city property, well located oh South Side. Ad dress Z9O, Trlbuneofflcc. ; WANTED- A FIRST-CLASS FIELD-CLASS cheap for cash. Address Y 81, Tribune office. WANTED —A FIRST-CLASS 4OR J- POCKET billiard-table. Sby 4 orO by 4M. with ball* cue* etc., complete; cash. Address Bsd« Tribune office. WANTED— BT AN ELDERLT Ok NTLEMAN AND wife, the care of a home from May until -cmem her, In the city or guburba. Addreaa It si, Tribuae. rrr CENTS A DOZEN FOR LAUNDRY ANDWORK I O first-class. GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY, 173 East Kandolpb-st. ' . Oh/1 TONS OF GOOD ICE. 73 CENTS PER TON; t/iJly good chance for men looking for business. Address Y 58. Tribune office. . iTBUCTION. A FARINI RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT • his new term of vocal Instructions has Just com menced: a few more pupil* for private lessons cun oa accepted by making application at once. €!«*•» m, from 2to 4 In class, are given on reasonable terms. Specialty made of operatic, concert, and stage Insttnc turn. Residence, 409 West Madtson-st. 4 RT OF CORRECT READING, WRITING, AND A spelling In EngllSh simplified and made ani easy task to students. Foreigners carefully ta *knsßah articulation. Class or private instruction day and evening. Ten years’ experience. „ ___ Prof. FOWLER.. 143 East Monroe-st. HM. DICKSON! . . . . Gives Instructioniln . ELOCUTION! AND DRAMATIC ART At Lyon & Hcaly’s. 12 m. dally. M suP£R. ELOCUTIONIST, 477 WEST WASH • In*gton-sL—Private and class Instructions dorlnjt summer, bend for circular. residences. Address Btfs, Irlbune office. TTIOLIN VIOLINCKLLO. PIANO. THOR* BASS, V etcf’F. HOLLANDS. Grangcr-at. * VTPn TO LEARN BHORT-IIAND; PITMAN W A ?vltem7 teacher muit reside near Jefferson Park; slate terms, and address O. 197 State-su • _ TvrTvTPiJ-^TEACHEItS—SEPTEMBERPOSITIONS W ToSliit.Missouri College; lady for French, Herman oalntlug: professor of Commercial branches: Professors ofMuslc, Principal for Academy of national reputation. Teachers desiring autumn engagements should send stamp for circulars. Central School Agency. 514 Plne-st.. St. Louis, Mo. Wanted -lessons in gersian from a ladr teacher at the home of Che pupil. Miut bo moderate lu price. Address, with terms, A 48, Trib une A MONTH EACH-PIANO AND VOCAL > lessons by competent lady teachers. Rooms 9 &nd 1U Farwell Hall, 143 Maduon-st. Terms in ad- Tance. : CLAIIIVOVAIOTS. A TEST—NO IMPOSITION—LOOK HERE—THB greatest independent business and medical clair voyant U MliS. PORTER.born with anatural gift. Sha has been tested by some of the great nobility of Europe and America. Tells you the name of the one you will marry: that of her visitor: aluo,deceased,and friends in full; shows likenesses; has that great French secret for such as love and speedy marriages: cures all diseases; aha succeeds where all others fall. Fees,soc and 51. Parties residing out of the city can consult MRS. PORTER by letter, inclosing a lock of hair. sl, and stamp. Office 652 wabaah-av.. near Thirteeoth-st. No gents. CIONSULT MADAME GLARE, CELEBRATED NAT / oral clairvoyant and reliable charm worker; gents, 50 ccnia; ladles, 25 cents. HO West Polk-st. For a correct reading of the past. present, and future, go to M. A. QENKVIA, 370 West Lake-st. C'SO SEE THE WONDER OP THE WORLD IN 7 telling past, present, and fuenre. Satisfaction or no pay. 23U llubbanl-st. Mine. THRHUNE. , MME. MILSOM. NATURAL CLAIKVOTANT, 924 SUte-st.. near Archer-ar. Established 1863. . HP ELLS PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTUREFEeT3 1 cents: hoars dally, Ba. xn. to 9p. m. 239 West iiadbiou-BU 15 .124 c .10 c .iu .a .SI.CO