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GREGG IS GUILTY.
Charley Read’s Eloquence Could
Not Save Him.
Tho Judge’, Instruction, Wore Too
Much for tho Jury.
Fanlfiluncnt Is by Imprisonment In
Penitentiary or Jull.
Tbe Amount of tho Embeulement
Fixed at $1,218,
The Gregg trial was resumed yesterday morn
ing before Judge Blodgett (n the United States,
Court, the closing arguments und the natural
interest attaching to Urn winding up of this
unusually interesting case attracting a large
attendance, which increased from llmo to time
as matters progressed.
MR. HERD
resumed hla closing argument at tho point
where he left oft the prcceditigday. As ho went
on, bo referred, among oilier things, to what he
called tho intense anxiety of Special Agent
Stuart to secure Gregg's imprisonment In the
I'enltODllary. This anxiety was shown, ho
said, in the fact that this man Stuart, not a Dis
trict Attorney or hie assistant, but a more out
sider, had been permitted to enter the Grand
Jury room and to examine witnesses. The fact
was that Stuan was trying to hang Grcgg’a
scalp about his holt where ho might flourish
it and sayi “See what 1 have achieved.”
Stuart's threatening language—that ho would
put McArthur and Gregg behind the bars wlthlu
thirty days. ’em; mid that he'd make
It so hot for ’em before they got through that
they’d wish they’d been In hell—waa confirma
tory of this bad, vengeful feeling on Stuart’s
part and, accordingly, that gentleman’s testi
mony should be received with several grains of
allowance. Mr. Reed warmly eulogized Gregg's
character, and claimed llialit was tho Jury’s
duty to consider his client’s testimony and
believe it, particularly tyhea It hadn’t been
proven to bo false, but had, on the other hand,
been fully corroborated. Judge Wilkinson ad
vised the story of tho defalcation to ho kept
quiet temporarily to the cud that the loss wight
be made good, and the thing bushed up and tlm
public'scandal avoided. To this end, Gregg
spoke to Sqoicrs and Palmer about it, and both
of those gentlemen agreed lliat tho thing to do
was to keep it quiet. Why didn’tthc Government
call them and interrogate them on this point If
there was the least pretense that Gregg had nut
told the truth! Mr. Reed proceeded to bring
out further points for the defense, commenting
on Miller’s first statement to Wilkinson, Stryker,
and Southgate, “lam.a defaulter”; on Mill
er’s running away to Canada und then putting
himself in the attitude of a vicarious sufferer
for Gregg and Golsen; ond on Stuart’s work
ing up of the Immunity business with Miller for
the purpose of catching Gregg in the trap, and
Standing well himself with the Department nc
Washington for his vigilance. The statute ou
which this indictment was brought, counsel con
tended, would, if applied literally,—as tho Gov
ernment was bent on anplvlng It,—make a man
guilty of embezzlement who exchanged money
order funds for legal-tender notes. There was
no evidence of embezzlement in this case, for
embezzlement must be secret und concealed, ami
no man ever gave his due-bill when he proposed
to embezzle money. All the evidence m the
case was lacthcst from the supposition of a
guilty mind.
In conclusion, Mr. Reed made an eloquent
plea fur bis client's acquittal, claiming that hy
such a verdict Justice und mercy would both bo
satisfied.
JUDOB BANOS,
hi closing for the Government, began bis argu
ment bv announcing the pronusltlon that em
bezzlement, aa to understood it, was purely a
statutory offense, ana not one at common law.
fie was proceeding to show Unit the terms “con
vert to his own uso and cmhezzlu ” were Inter
changeable, and that the Government was not
required to prove secrecy ami attempted con
cealment, when the Court interrupted him with
the statement that ho agreed with him hi this
position, and did not thiuk Unit the fact Unit
the pleader who drew the indictment had used
the words “convert to his own use and em
bezzle ” changed the condition of this case or
rendered It necessary to make out on offense of
embezzlement under what was termed the com
mon-law rule or the early English statutes,—
that Is, Uiat there should bo au clement of fraud
or secrecy In It.
Judge Bangs, continuing, wont on to say that
Gregg was the superior officer In thu money
order ofllco, and, no matter by what inter
mediate agencies be might,have taken the
funds, bo came within the clause of Uio statute.
Counsel hud endeavored to put an extreme case
when thev contended that a literal application
of the statute would muko a man guilty of em
bezzlement wbo exchanged the money-order
funds for other money.
. The Court remarked Uiat that wasn’t in the
case, and it would bo time enough to consider it
when anybody was indicted for such an offense.
[Smllee.Y
Judge Bangs went on to say that if lb ap
peared, beyond a reasonable doubt, that Gregg,
as Superintendent of thu Money-Order Depart
ment, knowingly and unlawiuiiy appropriated
the funds of that division to his own use, be was
guilty under the law, and there was no possible
explanation or escape. The alleged honesty of
Gregg was simply a figment of thu imagination.
Gregg, Miller, mid Gulsea wore “ hall fellows,
well met,” they were “cheek by Jowl,” ami
they rau at aa even pace along lu this dirt, this
muck ami scum that eventually ended lu the
robbery of the United Status of 815,0C0. The
whole case for thu defense was banco ou Uiese
allegations of honesty and good character.
'Without those lb hadn’t an Inch of platform on
which to stand, Hud Gregg been honest he
would have found out this defalcation lung pre
vious. Ho corrupted Miller Instead of sillier
having corrupted him. Judge Bungs referred to
Gregg's visit, with Golsen and .Miller, to the
house of ill-fume ou West Madison street,
and put this and other things by the
aide of those allegations of honestv
and character by Air. Reed. To send
auch a man to thu Penitentiary would be to
clean him out, and subject him to a wholesome
diet in the temperance hotel of the State. Mil
.ler was not pure and upright; men who turned
State’s evidence seldom wcVe; bat whatever
counsel had said with reference to him would
apply with threefold force Co Gregg. In con
clusion, Judge Bangs said that 40,000,000 of
American people demanded that this defendant
be ucall with according to the law and the Jus
tice of the case, regardless of mercy based on
tbu possession of good character, which existed
only in the figment of the brain,
JUDOB BLODGETT THEN DOLIVEHED 2119
OUMIOB.
From the foot that thu case itself Is the first
of Its kind that has over arisen here—Hie first
lu which anybody was ever accused of convert
ing to fits own use thu funds of the moncy
ordcroincc—these Important instructions are
given lu full.
This indictment Is found under Sec. 4,040 of
the Revised Statutes of the United Slates, which
Is one of the provisions of law regulating the
business of money-order Post-Offices. So much
of the section as U material totblscaso reads us
follows:
“Kvery Postmaster. Assistant Clerk, or other
person employed in or connected with the busi
ness or operations of any money-order office, who
converts tp his own use. In any way whatever, or
loans or deposits In any bank, except •» authorized
by line title, or exchanges fur other funds, any
portion of the money-order funds, shall be deemed
guilty of embezzlement: and any such person, as
well as every other person navlßlngor participat
ing therein, shall be punished, etc.: one any lad
jus to piy over or produce any money-order funds
Intrusted to such person shall he taken to be prima
W* 0 ? ,,t *once of embezzlement: and. upon the
uisi ofsof indictment against such person for an
embezzlement, it shall bo prims facia evidence
or a balance against him lu produce a transcript
ot the money-order account books of tho Sixth
Auditor."
The Indictment contain* three counts, all chars*
lug the defendant with converting to his own
too money.prdor fund* of llio Chicago Ton-
VKUce while defendant wua acting •• » dork In tho
Jloncy.Order Dcmmmcni of nuld l'oat*Ofllce. Sev
eral acta are made oileuees under th(* low; “Con*
jetting to hi* own uae," ••louuimf." ••depositing
•00*0*." “exchanging for other fund*." ftdoua
opt occomc neceaaary in th|a uiao to conalder what
kind of “deooaltmg In a bank,"or ••loaning." or
exchanging for other funds" would commute
Ah oacuie under tbla alatuto, as defeudaut la uot
charged with any net coming within or aouunl to ho
brought wltuin tlieao clauaes. The ofleuic bore
charged la that defenduut converted the money*
order fnnda to bta ow n uae. Ho 1* not charged
atm loaning, douoaltiug In o lank, or exchanging
lor other fund*.
. Tho word* of the alatuto by which thle oDenae la
oenned are «o clear tu to hardly require any ex*
poamoQ from the Court- Tuey have do occult or
technical meaning, and are to be given their
canal and common Interpretation. The pur*
poae of the law waa to prevent, aa far
M sayero penal enactment! will do so, the
persons who have tho handling of the money-order
funds In a I’oit-Offlco from Applying them to any
other me then that provliteil by law, and nny con*
Teuton of mich font!# to hie own mo. by
them to hla own purposes, Is n violation or tins
Jaw. Taking those funds for hi" own nee. P*yhi*
hi* debts with them, aopljliig them to meet his
own current expenses, are tml illustrations fir
wnat would bo converting inch fundi to hie own
use within the meaning of (ho law. An tilie act of
converting to his own use necessarily Implies an
Intent to use tho funds for other than their wijiti
mate purposes, no criminal intent other than wnat
la Implied In the act of converting
and It Is not necessary, under Ud«
the conversion shall amount to an embcr.mmcTit
at common law. And whether the dcfoT.aanthaa
In any way converted tho , n . | o no J^ dCP n( ,* un l2
of tho Post-Office to W* own . 080 , *5
mainly a question of tact, to d cl*m
hv voii from the testimony In the case, ills not
necessary that youabonld find that the exact sum
s""a " Vnr count orin. MS'EffVISr ".IS
converted to his own me by dofenrtaut, nor that
tho conversion took place at the specific time
named. It win bo sitWclcnl to make out the esse
If you shall And from the proof that at any time
within three years of the finding of nils indict*
tncni (which was the 7lh of November last) defend*
ant converted to his own use any specinc sum of
said money-order funds In the manner charged m
either of the counts. But you must be able from
the proof to Ox upon some certain anm so as to
state the amount of it, and be able to say
that each sum was so converted by defendant; or.
« the proof IttsUttea that several sums, which yon
can specify, were at dlllcrent times eo converted,
the reason for requiring a specific amount to bo
found by the lurr being that the flue Is to bo fixed
and llmlled by such finding. Nor Is it necessary
that the proof should specifically show that these
funds were the property of the United States. If
the proof satisfies yon that the funds taken were
money-order funds, that la sufficient to show the
title In the United Slates, as tho law makes all
money-order funds the money of the United
Bl fue*not necessary that I should recapitulate at
length Ibolcstlmony In the case. . .
It is conceded that for some time In the early
part of JB7JI to August, 1878. defendant wan Su
perintendent of tho Money-Order Division of the
Chicago Post-Office; that his duties gave him tho
supervision of the office, and made him the supe
rior officer of the division; that he was required to
make up and report daily the amount of cash re
ceived and Data out by his division, and to state
correctly the balance of cash on hand. Ills fur
ther conceded that about the 101 b of April last
defendant reported to the Postmoster that there
was a shortage In the cosh ol his division of tip*
wards of SU.OOO, but, at tho time of making
BUCb disclosure, claimed that the shortage was
the fault of Miller, tho cashier of his division.
The evidence upon which the Government relics
consists:
First, of the testimony of Edward A. Miller, the
cashier of the division from (tie time defendant
became Superintendent up to about the tßith of
March, 1878, and whose testimony tends to show
that money-order funds were, used by defendant
fur his own purposes, and the shortage in the cash
occasioned by such use was concealed by tho
method of paying the due-blllsgivon tho banks for
money-orders brought in for collection by the
banks. In this connection Miller also produces n
largo number of tickets or memoranda mado by
defendant for sums of mqney taken by defendant
from the cash of the office, and the genuineness of
these tickets 1 understand is admitted by the de
fendant. . . ,
The Government has also Introduced proof show
ing the course of business in the office and the
general control of defendant over such business.
Testimony lending to show that at the lime the
office was turned over from Gen. McArlhur lo Mr.
Palmer defendant made no Iheaccounta and turned
over the funds so as to conceal this deficiency that
then existed, and also that alter Miller left ami
uptotboJOth of April, about thirteen days, de
fendant continued to so keep the accounts as lo
conccsUho defalcation. Tills, with some testi
mony ns lo admissions or statements made by de
fendant, make up the proofs on which tho prose-
CU The defendant haa offered proof lending to show
that ho bad no knowledge of the shortace tintll It
was disclosed to him by Miller on the -list of
March; that Miller Is unworthy of belief, because
he has been contradicted on motcrnai points; and
evidence of previous good character.
As In all criminal cases the Government has the
laboring oar, the harden of proof Is on the prose*
If, from the proof In regard to the duties of tbo
defendant, and the course of business In the office,
you are satisfied that defendant had the control of
the funds and kept them In his custody, then the
fact that he Is unable to produce or par over all the
funds which were Intrusted to him Is prims facie
evidence of embezzlement acainst him, and the
burden of proof is on defendant to show that he
was not guilty of embezzling tne funds so in his
control.
So, too, If yoonro satisfied that defendant con*
verted to his own use or used about his own affairs
anrof the said funds, the fact that he obtained
them from the cashier or any other subordinate
would not relievo him from the guilt; provided, it
appears from the proof thot defendant took such
money from the money-order funds of the office
and knew to bo such.
Nor will too fact that at the time he took and
used such funds defendant Intended to return
them, that no treated the transaction as a loan to
himself from the funds of the Division, relieve
him from liability. Indeed, the offense, under
tho law, is complete as soon as the officer or dork
converts tbo funds to his own use, and a subse
quent repayment wonld not condone the offense or
legally relieve him from liability.
The law mokes you tho Judges of the weight to
be given to tho testimony and of tbo credibility of
tho witnesses.
Tho Government's case depends somewhat—lt Is
for yon to soy to vrbai ©item—on the testimony ot
tbo witness Miller, who, by hu own confession,
was a pattlceps crlmlnls with defendant, and who
adinltn that ho is testifying under some mrrectnont
with the officers of the Government, although the
terras of tho agreement are not disclosed.
It is frequently the ensu in the conduct of crimi
nal prosecutions that tho Government must use
this kind of testimony or allow offenders to go un
punished. The right to offer this kind of testimo
ny Is well established. Us weight la to bo left
wholly to the Jury. You aru to consider the testi
mony of this witness In* the light of tlmclrcuro
stances under which It is given. The testimony of
accomplices is always received with great caution,
and sbcmld be scrutinized anil weighed by you
with great care. And you should not roly on it un
supported unless It produces on your minds tho
fullest and most positive convictions of Its truth.
It Is prouer for you to seek for and consider cor
roborative facta on material points, but St is not
indispensably necessary that Dm testimony of an
accomplice should bo so corroborated provided the
evidence of the accomollcu nlnne produces on your
mlnda a clear conviction of Its truth.
Tho Important question for you to consider It,
has this witness told you the truth, so far as to
enable yon to safely follow and rely npon Ills
statements! Is his testimony corroborated on
material points by the tickets, the books kept in
the office bv himself, and tho testimony of other
witnesses, to such au extent as to make you feel
safe in relying upon itr Ami does the testimony,
when nil taken together, satisfy von beyond
reasonable doubt of defendant's guilt! Thcso are
all matters to be solved by you In tho light of tho
Br if°t*hc testimony satisfies you that Miller has
willfully sworn falsely. In regard to any material
matter, then you are at liberty to reject lits entire
testimony, Dot you are not obliged to do so. be
cause you may still believe that ho has told you the
truth In regard to tho main facts, and yet mis
aisled in regard to collateral or minor particulars.
The fact that there Is testimony in the case
satisfying you tiiat Miller has on other occasions
made different statement* of some of tbo facts in
regard to this case from what he has testified to be
fore you on tins trial, if you shall be so satisfied,
does not necessarily require you to disregard his
testimony, became he may have told you the truth
here, ana made false statements on tho occasions
testified to by the contradicting witnesses. So that
thin kind of testimony goes only to tho witness'
credibility, and it Is for you to weigh all the testi
mony. and determine wbetner the testimony of
this witness (Miller}, as given on tho trial, Im
presses you as truthful and reliable.
In regard to the evidence of tho former good
character of defendant! will only say that when
the proof on the part of tho Goueromenl leaves a
doubt us to the guilt of defendant, proof of former
good character comes in to revolve such doubt in
favor uf defendant. Uut proof of former good
character should have little weight when the evi
dence of guilt Is clear, because, as we all know,
flagrant offenses of this character have
often been commuted hr men whoso
characters had been Irreproachable up to the dis
closure of their defalcations. Indeed, from the
nature of defendant’s employment and duties, it
could hardly have been supposed that he would
have been appointed to or retained lu so responsi
ble a position had ho not borne a good character
for Integrity. ..
The question, then, which U become! your doty
to solve, from all the proof in tills case, when dis*
passionately and fairly considered, is, l)ld this de
fendant, while acting as duperlniendont of tbo
Money-Order Division of tbo Chicago Tost-Officc,
convert to his own use any of the money-order
funds of said office which were under his control as
such Superintendent! That Is, did be apply or use
for his own purposes any specific sum of such
money-order funds so that you can designate
aud identify the sum! As Xhavo already said, If
tho proof as to the mode of doing tho business and
the defendant's duties satisfies you that tbo de
fendant had (be control of tne money-order funds
of the Money-Order Division, then the foci that
defendant has failed to produce or pay overall
tho funds Intrusted to him is prime facie evidence
of embezzlement; and the burden is on defendant
to show by satlstacturir proof that be did not em
bezzle or convert suen funds to bis own use. If,
for all the prgof. you have any reasonable doubt of
defendant's guilt, be is entitled to the benefit of
such doubt, and you should acquithlm.
Tbo form of your verdict will bo goiltyornot
gulUy. II guilty, you will Mate lu your verdict ou
wnlcu count you find him guilty, and the amount
or sum of money converlaolo bis own use by de
fendant.
Judge Blodgett added, after furnishing the
Jury with the papers, that the first count ot the
Indictment appeared to be too general, and aucr
geated to Judge Bangs that he had better enter
a nolle pros. ~ .
Judge Bangs said bo would do so.
This jury thereupon retired to think over tbo
other two counts lu thu light of the Instructions
first given, and the Court took a recess till U
o’clock.
TUB SORT
were accorded free ratu:u ut tho Circuit Court
rouui ou tho same floor and proceeded alter the
fashion usual with such bodies to alteud to the
work in hand. From what was afterwards
learned, aoveral of them found It pretty hard to
da what au Irou-clod statute told them they
must do, and iox a thpe duty Mid
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mastery. As tho sequel proved, duty
triumphed. Tim Jury remained locked
up until a quarter to 3 o’clock, when a feeling
of goneness about the'pits of their Individual
stomachs warned them Unit lb was llmo to braco
no with lunch. Dcputy-Mprshal Jones, Judge
Blodgett's Bailiff, was speedily made aware of
what was wonted, and, under tlm Instructions
of tho Judge, led the arbiters ol Gregg’s Into In
a body over to Burke’s. Judging from Urn time
they were gone, tlm Irresistible conclusion was
Unit, Instead of partaking of a mere lunch, tlm
abundant resources of tlm establishment were
being drawn upon In thd preparation of a genu
ine. hearty dinner’' for twclva able
bodied men, good and true. They finally
returned, with a wcll-fcd appearance
visible everywhere about their exterior anato
my, and tlx* curious ones about the halls of the
rookery, pul lb down for certain that, having
braced un, they were In lor a good long “Bit.”
Indeed, tho general expectation was that they
had agreed to disagree, and that It was another
cose of n “hung” |ury. Charley Heed was Hit
ting about the bulling, and appeared to take
some stock in this nope, ami Gregg and Judge
Wilkinson paced to and fro In tlm sub-corridor
leading to Clerk Bradley’s office, Gregg’s de
meanor being cool and calm, as if
hc tl too, were figuring on a disagree
ment, and perhaps on acquittal,—for
nearly everybody conceded that, technically,
and according to the strictly literal interpre
tation of the law, he Was gu'lty, and even Ids
friends, It Is understood,had not concealed Irom
him the fact that U was a tight case, with the
chanrcs against him. But the already protract
ed session of the Jury, and lliclr apparent pre
parations to maku It more protracted, Imparted
a spark of hope which burned dimly for awhile,
only to he finally extinguished and snuffed out.
Thu fact of the matter was that, before going to
dinner, the jury had decided on
A VERPtCT OP OUII.TT,
and the only thing left them to do was to fix
the amount ol the embezzlement. To do this
they had those unpaid dim-bills and certain
other papers, the prospect of going through
which nml calculating their total on an empty
stoniack was too blood-curdling to receive a
moment’s consideration. After dinner, how
ever, tlicr sot about figuring It un,
und at a quarter past 4 preparations
were evidently making to go Into court »ud an
nounce the results. Judge Blodgett suspended
the case on trial—tho llurtimiu counterfeiting
case—lor the day, mid awaited the entrance of
the Jury. Tbev filed In at 4:20 o’clock, the
foreman holding a paper In ids band, widen bo
passed uu to Clerk Bradley. Gregg had
come in and dropped into the north end scat In
trout of the railing separating the Inner circle
ot the court-room from the remaining portion.
Ills face wore un interesting and slightly trou
bled look, but there was no quailing, even oiler
the verdict had bean announced. There was no
necessity to rap for silence, lor the room was
hushed and quiet as tho grave.
The Clerk held up the fateful scrap of paper
and read us follows:
Wo. tho Jury, And the defendant guilty In man
ner and form as charged In tho indictment,and find
the amount of the embezzlement lobe $1,218.
Tim Court broke the painful silence succeed*
u; the announcement of this stem decree ol
tie oy asking:
”8o say you all, gentlemen 1”
*• Yes, sir,” responded lire foreman.
“IF TUB COOItT PLEASE,”
said Mr. Reed, who had been standing nt the
side of the Clerk's desk, “I desire to cetera
motion for new trihl.”
“Motion for a new trial entered, 1 ’ responded
the Judge, mechanically. Then, addressing the
District-Attorney, Judge Bang*,’ he asked.
“What will you do?”
“1 desire,” said Judge Bangs, “to have the
defendant taken Into custody, or cuter into a
new recognizance.”
“ I don’t sec anv necessity for that," said Mr.
Bccd. “He Is under llrst-class bail.”
Judge Blodgett asked who bis bondsman was,
and Mr. Bccd replied that it was Hugh Temple
ton, whose responsibility was unquestionable.
Judge Blodgett said nu didn’t know anything
about Mr. Templetou personally, but tbu Dis
trict-Attorney mlgnt.
Mr. Reed remarked that Mr. Templeton was
worth from $50,000 to $75,000.
Judge Bangs said bo supposed the recogniz
ance was good from the day of the sentence.
Judge Blodgett said it was given from day to
day, and from term to term. This rccagnizanco
would be just as good as a now one.
After a moment's consultation with his as
sistant, Judge Bangs said he would let the mat
ter remain aa it was for the present.
Judge Blodgett thou adjourned court until
this morning, and Uic crowd slowly left the
room.
ORBOO
approached Mr. Reed, and a short, whispered
conversation took place. When it was con
cluded. the reporter ventured au Inquiry as to
what they thought of the finale. Gregg wasn’t
disposed to say anything beyond remarking
Unit it was “pretty rough,” nut the Instruc
tions of Court were against him, and, although
his counsel bad made a powerful effort to pull
him through, the result had gone against film.
Mr. Hoed had something to say, also, about
the sevcrftv of those instructions, and
Insisted Uiat* he was in earnest when ho made
Uic motion for a new trial. Qrcgg wentoff with
Judge Wilkinson, and Charley made bis prepa
rations to go down toßprlnutlcld in the evening.
When tiie motion for a new trial will bo
argued It is too early to say. If it Is overruled,
there will bo but one thing to do,— pass sentence
on the offender. It is optional with the Court
whether ho will send Gregg to the Jail or the
Penitentiary,—and the time Is any where between
six months and ten years.—with a fine which, in
this case, amounts to sl,2lß,—the amount em
bezzled. Inasmuch as Judge Blodgett sent the
whisky meu to Jail—and their offense was quite
ns bad as, if nut worse than, Gregg’s—it is
liardlv supposed that he will now turn around
mid send Gregg to the Penitentiary. Whether
anything will bo done in the war of attempting
to secure a pardon from the President, lu case
all else folia, remains to be seen.
WATERTOWN, WIS.
Special Dispatch In The Tribune.
Watbutowm, U'lb., April B.—'Tlio new City
Council came together lost evening, ami organ
ized the City Government lor the coming year,
selecting the following ofllccrs: Marshal,
Gcorco llenzo;'Clerk, Henry Biobcr; Attorney,
Charles 11. Gardner; Surveyor, A. Seifert;
Health Ofllcer, Dr. B. M.Wlgplnlon. The Moyor
and Junior Aldermen then presented their res
ignations, which were accepted, leaving the
following Aldermen to constitute a Board of
Street Commissioners for tlic government of
the city during the balance of the year: John
liabhetrgcr, First Ward; A. P. Miller, Second
Word; Thomas Baxter, Tnlrd Ward; Hit-hard
Jones, Fourth Ward; F. Hartwlg, Fifth Ward;
william Voss, Sixth Ward; Dsn Crowley, Bov
enth Wurth
TlttfTUl liv Ki: ÜBAWCH OFFII3KS*
FOICKRIt TO ACCOMMODATE OUll MJMKIIOUS
patron* throuL-liojttlio cltjr. wn liaro established
branch Offleee In the .Wh-rent Division*. « rtfkttjnUcd
below, whore advertisements will Ho taken for tlio sama
price a« chanted at Uio Main pfflee.and will bo received
iinti) n o'clock p. m. tiurluß the week, ami until o p. m.
U Booksellers ami Stationers, 123
Mr*VyvM)i;N’, Newsdealer, Stationer, etc., 1003
h’ ow » Depot, I
blue lilaml-av.. corner of HaUiod-il. _
11. c, UliUltlOK, Jeweler. Newsdealer, and Fancy
«ood». 720 Lako-it.. corner Lincoln.
iliSONAbt
In m» column, iHr/e lint* or Uu, 23 cents ptr
lernan. Kadi udilillonat hne, 10 ctnlt.
IJEItSOSAL— WILL TUB ATTOEKKV PEFENII
- ing Mr*. Dr. btorl In a dlvora*lauU a f#?,™? 111 * 1 *
•go pleaae tend lil> addrct* to I> 37, rrUitnie ofllcc?
(EUSONAL-IVyO. UAIIUEU: I’LKASE CALL 0]
itpiniiv'ai , m y -r V —1 i NOT UK*
P B cdn‘d untirrucidiy noonV Will l>o there Wedoea*
d«v and Thurwlay, uroo time. Wear bunch of vloleli.
archiuald it—u.
A*L— tn\F—TiMKi 11AVE JOST WItITThN
PTu? Ficaae meet me Saturday, a p. m*. endttua*
Atw* TUIK.
fARrtHtwAt.—WILL THE TOUNO LADV WHO
P K n?oml«d lo bi it ho Library Monday I ternooa
will be there. Addro.. QLV Tribune
A A. LKSTBH'B DOLLAU HAT IIOUdE. HW
A« lUDdoltm-it.-AII ihu ipriDß »tyle». $t i_ fineu,
>1.83 to >B, Uuillk hit, $3 »nti_* I 1 c»[>«. »60.t>0e.75c.
I boODIUCII. ATTOIINEV-AT-LAW.I JtDEAR*
A. bota-iL* Chicago. Advice freej U year* expe
rience.
r\UIKTUOMKFQU LADIES DURING
W mentia a doctor'* family. Frlvaioand coupdentUl.
Femalecomplaint* i ipeclaliy. Ho* M 3, Chicago.
Q o ar,f;s»
I’oit-OtUce. i_ __
WANTED-FOR CASH. A STOCK OF GOOD
VV cigar*. Call with lamplca at am horch*av., up*
'ANTED—TO UUV THREE FRAME HOUSES TO
wove. ItnoiaT. f.Ou South Clark*at.
ANTED-A BICYCLE, ADDRESS U 07, TBIU*
uno office.
Wanted— store now belling tub trade
to take a good llqe on cotumlwlon. AddreaaO
75, Tribune office.
I NsritUOTlONi.
N “f «■»
call at the Hotel Drum* luk- •
ASK PAID kOITpitiVATK UURAKIBB OH BIN*
«Te volume*. Buy boakaof aft kino* la any quaaU*
vy. CU AViN’S. corner «M i)e«b«a**u,,
led for
jn thU column. Ihrto ttntt or Un, zi ttntt per In
ttrtlon. Kaeh additional line, in eenli.
JpOll SALE—
D/ D. W. POTTKB,
.. no nc«rbo»n-»L
• j.noo-TtlrMftO I.imtlfT-ar., It Ulccn thin win*. . .
ia.5W-WIII pnrch«»n Ni»- a* IJnlon-tr., ni*»r bead of
Drexfl boulevard. i here are barttalnn. ant'
X hire ■e»ert> ll rtcairaVi{(j l bulUlfnK loti at bottom ftt*
nrei neaf aouth ett/limit* and el>«where.
I JOB SALK—X BARbAIB-4>iXiw» KHF.T. WITH W'
’ room home, brick cellar, furnace. hotand cold wi<
lev. bath. newer, anath front, on Forlr-tUtra-at.,
•£<«>. J. a. JohßßToy. Unom n. wcum-at.
AND LOTS ELIGIBLY LO
1’ cated. .. „, , . .
Vacant lots eligibly located...,
Acre property suitable lor subdivision.
Them nropertlea will be sold with a mail payment
down and balance on quarterly or semi-annual pay
mentai interest at 0 per cent.
They have been purchased bran Insurance company
through foreclosure aales, and will be Mild low on above
easy Plan of i>9Tinenl. K. A. WAUI-IHI.D,
1V Financial Aiteot. 133 Laballe-tt.
T?Ult SALK—S'i.WO. $Vs) OAHU. * BALANCE
I? monthly payment*, fl Portent bi'erest-Two-story
and biaeinont octagon brick house, tmmiowcn-av.,
near LnnKley-*v.. to room*, ga*. water, bath, eewen
near Cottage Grove car* and Dread boulevard: now va
cant and In nr«t*claaa onlert taken on mortgage. Ap
ply at iftfl Washlngion-st., Room at.
•Oil SA» K-A THHKK-MTOItY AND BASEMENT
1 atone front house In good repair on Pafk-ar., near
lion l*arg. Adilrea* G 03, Tribune office.
Foil BALE-ATT HAnOAiN. Til CLOSE AN KS
tato, the frame house and Uft-foullot No. itftlWa
baah-avt tft,ft«o ruti. for a few days only. T. LYMAN,
17Portland Block.
17011 RALE-tm RENT—SEVERAL mjKpBKD
I’ feet of dock property, fitted up complete with rail*
road track, older, and planking, for lumber business.
Forparllcularalnquireofliuo. P. DKltli;KSO.>,A«li
land-tv., aouthof Twcnty-second-au, or It. U.MASON,
401)carboro-»l. t
_
170 U HAL M- ROHM. 3-BTORY AND
r basement brick dwelling and lot as*la:*. ea*t front,
on l.'ariwntcr-at., between Madison and Washington.
House coat «i*,ooo to builds rent* imw to good tenant at
g.-gxi per year. Thla Is good luveatineiit. T-B. BUID,
Uoom7, 170 Madlsoo-sl. ____
1?0R SALK-H-RTimr MaRBLE-FRONT HOUSE,
r No. 749 Mlchtgan-avj price $13,f100. A. J.
AVP.KELL. 137 Dearnoru-au
17011 8 ALE—-TWOLofs COUNEIt'oF'MAPISON
X 1 and Franclsco-st. J. P. COATES, 93 Washington.
T7QU HALE-NEW‘STONE FRONT HOUSE AND
r lot. Wahaih-av., near Thltty-a*cond-at. Price,
|A,wu. part on long t|mo. THOMAS I>. SNYDER St
CO., 110 Monroo-at. __ ,
170 U SAL K— SF. V KIIA L VERY CHOICE RF.SI-
dencea on M«chlgtn-av., flril-claaa In every re
spect: elegant residence on t nluinei-av.i 3 brown
■lone front* on lndlnna-av. at 90.00" each, near !wen
ty-slith-au 11. A. HLtHCII. t<H WaahlDKiun-at.
SIJuVicBAN lIEAL ESTATE.
FOUSALB-VtOo'wiLL UUY A BEAUTIFUL LOT
one block from lioti-i at Lagrange. 7 miles from
cIiK-sbuj fin down and $1 monthly. cheapen property
In market, and shown front nlwtract free: railroad fare,
to cent*. UtA BROWN. Mil LaSalle «t-. Iloum 4.
FOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE-TWENTY ACHES
suitable for subdivision, la ths butdful suburbof
Mouat potest. Addtet* W 34. Tribune office,
r?OIl BALE-DKSIHAULR HOUSE AT HYDE PARK:
1 special sacrifice If taken atone: One lot; easy pay
ment*. U. A. ULIllCll»_OU Watlilnglon-tU
T7OR"bALK-IF YOU WAST'TJIE* CHEAPEST
I 1 nrit-t-.latt resilience in Oak Park, address M. C.
NILES, Hoorn 31 Meiropolltan Block.
17011 SALK—A NIUE RESIDENCE IN THE CRN
I’ tr« of Prospect Park: good house. orchard.isariJen.
etc., near the dm ou Post-Office. and church; very low.
B. F. JACOB}-. l>:» Washington-!!.
COUhXKV WEAXi JESYATfj;.
17011 BALK-$3.«»-ftO-ACRB FARM. ALL UNDER
X* culllvatloii. two miles west of depot ami twelve
miles south of Chicago, three miles west of Washington
Heights: the- land Is the best of farmland, and wot
noce sold for saw per acre. T. B. BOYD, Room 7. 170
Madlson-at.
171)11 HALE—CHEAP—FARM OF IfiO ACHES. BEST
I 1 uf land, 3 miles from Amboy. Leo Co.. III.: fine
Improvements. Itov. JAti. BREWER, Leo Center,Leo
Co.. 11l- -
TO ItENT-ltOhhEh.
rro RENT-283 PARK-AV.-U UOOMb, ALL MOD
-1 ern Imnrovcmcnu. furnace, km flxturca, cood
brick ham. Will renovate thoroughly. H. POTWIN,
03 Wasblokton-st.
ri'i) RKNT-fir. PER MONTH—3-STORY BRICE
I house, 40 Harrard-st.j ®l.\ 3-slory brick, isllpl
brook-st.! sl3, 3-story brick. 443 Irvlng-placc; 913.00.
2-swiry brick, 31 Oreiuhaw ru s sia o room collage,
3 Harvard-st.isA o lar.o room». 3)Harvard-si.: »s.'
n largo rooms. M 47 WcsiTaylor-at.tSls. 0-roomcot
tage. o Flllmbre-at.t «lft. 3-m»ry frame, iu rooma
iua West Taylor-st. t Sift. 10-room frame, 10 Harvanl
si. Inquire at 00ft South Wcstcrn av.
rPO RENT—S3O PER MONTH—3-STOUV 10-ROOM
X house lf»sCenire-av. Inquire
rpO RENT—HOUSE SOUTHtVEST ’COIINKU .M/Dl
-1 son aud Houorc-sia.. k pleasant rooms. cl*»el*.
etc., with barn. Sift. Addrcsa owner, JOliN B.
bUHTIWOOD. 70 Stnte-;U
’0 REST-SUMMER RESIDENCE IN HEART OK
. city, fronting defteraon Park, sumptuously furnish*
i. thoroughly built, ten roomst. I'fuinanWe roof,
nehed by ca«ratalra:lcool breeze In aaUrle*t wtatn
. exlenslvt; view, glorlou*
isieaalon glrcn April 80. J. L. MAOILL, Sfl Wasn
fPO KENT—S3o—THE TWO• STOIIY AND 13A8F.-
X tnent brick house. No. wi;> West Monroo-at., from
May I. Apply at atta Weal .Madison-si.
•0 RENT-A COMPLETELY FW»WBIIED COP
tage, 30 St. John'a place. OOUUKIDOL &
:OKbS. 25U WeilMadUon-at. ._
FOItIiKNT— MAY I. M 6 WERT ADAMS-RT., TWO
stury-hasetncni, suh-baii-nient, stone-front house,
with furnace, gas Dxtures, and good brick bun. •>. i •
BHARP, lOCißandolpb-sl.
rpo RENT—*3O—TO GOOD TENANT. PARLOR AND
L basement floor*, ua Wt»chc»tcr-av. 5 Marnuetn 1
flooring In basement! thorough order: very deslrasm
fno UENT-8-KJ PER MONTH—2T7 MARSIIISLLD
-1 *v.. tlrsl house north of Van Ruren-si. s
Improvements: good stables. Juqulj'u at I3J dearborn
lu. In bank.
riil) REST—HOUSE flftrt WEST ADAM-i-ST.— HUI
1 stories and baicmeni, with barn, fimtaco,
turn, etc. * NELSON MA6o.s\_7o D*^f ,,u r«-_l {uoni -•
rnn 1l R\T~;i- BT<lit Y AN!), BASEMENT STONE
T front,* U rooms. grained imp!
wStsßl?.
desired. Possession April L*.Very opportunity
for*party furnishing uoexcwlonnbm references. Ad
dress until Saturday, it 7.1 rlbune office-
rno KENT-MV 11. OSJIORN & BON. 1M LA-
fine octagon 10-room brick, Is
perfect order; gai-Oxtures, furnace, etc.. |3j pet
43lWe*tMonroe-»l.. near Throop. flrst-clus frame,
South Llncoln-st.. cost-front, good frame, *25.
Stun Walnut-at.. large, fine frame, ao-footlot, *33.
073 Adams-su, near Honor*. frame. *3.i.
rrO RENT—THE WHOLE OR PART OK BRICK 3-
1 siury and basement house, furnished for bouse
keeping.' south from. Inquire on premises, Ml West
Adama-«u
rpO KENT—O-UOOM COTTAGE. 103 WALNUT-«T.|
1. 7-room, JttflParK-nv.t 0 and a room flats. Mad-
Ison-lU D. LEONARD. UOH Madlsou-»t.
SoMitt fiiao.
fpo RENT—HOUSES 388, I«H>. 803 CALUMBT-AV.
1 Atid lSHMlcblgan-av. XIULLucK DUOS.. HO an
161 Slatu-»t.
fpO RENT—VERY LOW TO GOOD PARTY—ELI!-
1. gout 4-story marble-front home. .10(1 Mlchlgan-av.
Inquire of JOHN L. WOODCOCK,_MaUe!ooJlousa._
rpo'ITENT— *33PERMONTli—S-STORY MAUUI.K
--1 front house, HMPralrlo-av.j *3O. a-story marble
front UW Pralrte-ar. luqulro 183 DearDorn-iU, lu
bank- _____
rpo REST—IM TWENT>- YOUUTII-ST., 2-BTORV
1 and basement frame dwellings will be pul In good
order. Inquire at 1u74 WabnU-av. • __
rpO~RKNT-bN“*INniANA-AVT. NEAR THIRTY-
I second-it., 3-story and brick basemrnt house, east
front, U rooms, all modern Improvement!, lo flno
order. Apply at I4RJ lmHaoa-av. ■
fro" lIKNT-TRE 3-STOUY AND BASEMENT DUICK
X l(rjn Pratrle-av. t dlulng-room and kitchen furnt-
Hire audaome carpet! will bo rented with house If de
sired: poiscMldu any time afwr April 10. Apply on
premise!.
fro RENT—NOW VACANT-HOUSES 1143 MfCIII
-1 gsn-ov,, *30:813 West Van liuren-st.. 8»('i 17
North Pcorla-st.. and barn. 843: Ml and 633 Warren
av.. 8 rooms cacti. BtH*. 140 NVcit Lakt-*t., 83MUM
West Indiaua-sl.. * rooms. *lti: 143 North DeipUloes
si.. 14 rooms. *3O. UOODUIDUE 4 STORES. 33d
West Madtson-41.
rpO RENT—HOUSE 783 WAUASH-AV.. NEAR SIX*
I tcenlh-*t.. 0 room*. Apply loj. 11. MILLIGAN,
OUiearborn-«t M Room *.
rno RKNT-TRB "FINE 4-BTORV STONE-FRONT
X building No. ail WalNUh-av., near Tweßtli-ii. |
cheanto a good party only. luqulreof JACOB WEIL,
8J \voihlngton-*i.
»l>o RENT—4IS PER MONTH—ELEGANT MAUULK*
1 front home. IHD MUhlxan-av. All modern im
provement*. Inquire atlsJOearboru-aU, InJjauk.
fl'O REST—)3tt ASJM'VtI INDIANA-AV.. OCTA-
L eon atone front*, modern convenience*. furnace,
grained! *4u. 11. I'. (NULLS, Uoom 1 Crlliy & Blair
Building, Dearborn * Monroe-*!*.
rpb iVkNT-lIIUCK ROUSE, NINE ROOMS. BATH,
1 papered, and calclmlned, comer oj Indlana-av.
andTvreatr-nttU-it.; ISO per mouth. Apply at Boom
I‘j, iaa LaSalle-*!. _____
rro RE'S!'—BASEMENT COTTAGE HOUSE, TEN
L room*, all modem improvement*, choice location,
No. 1130 Indlana-av. Call outdoor al 113-’. JAMES
HOLLINGSWORTH. .
riiO HUNT-TWO TWO-STORY AND BASEMENT
I brick*. 10 room* each, modern improvement*,
barn. Mlchlgan-av., near fwcnty-olgUlU-it. i bed of
order. E. F.SMITII. mu Wabaih-ar.
Morib Stao.
rpO RENT—FIRST-CLASS imiCK HOUSE AND
X barn, all nmdemlmprovenienl*. 3M Omo-M.. u»t
eatl of Hue. auulh trout, Inquire of D, F, DEXTER,
2d Chamber of Commerce.
rpO RENT—3-BTORY DWELLING. 830 NORTH LA-
X Btllo-*!. t furnace atid laundry la baaementi din ng
room and kitchen on tint tloor* Apply to E, BUR
LING. so South Clark;*U__
H'O RENT—UONBK364 INDIANA-6T., IS ROOMS,
1 near Slalc-du alio, flaw on Ohio and North Clark'-
da., 6 room* each. A. t.oALT. T<) Dearborn, Room A
Ino RENT—llbilSK m dearborn-ay., south"
X ca*t corner of oblo-it., with iSroomat modem im
proveuieuU aud plcaaaut locailoo. Inquire ou preut
lici; .
rfb RENT-HOUSE 11 27.'. ONTARIO BT., NEAR
1 Bluet toroouia, all convenience*, excellent loca
tion, C. H, MULLIKEN. uO Wa*hlußtun-«L. only.
rpo"lrbnt—iißN'i’ sfilacb in cify'ydß the
I prtcet 843 nurllug-*t.. near Lincoln Fark. IS rooma,
eaitlrout. large yard, wimmer.Uouae, good barn, fur
.... ■•».nature*, iu good order, one or more year*.
llull«Vaulp h•»t..l loom 4. itIQS. FREEMAN. 9
170UHALE-IN THE REAUTIFOL CITYOPWAO-
L* kpgun. from isio * re*ldouce*i lever*) very hno
locatiuua and beautiful honiDa, with largo ground*,
fruit, etc., ou very favorable lermA Come up tad ace
them, neveral hou»c* to rent. Apply to 0. £ LIN
COLN, Uc*l E*l*to Agent
rroUkSt-AT EVAhdTOH-FIRST-CLAfIS KLKV-
X en-room brick hou»e. In choice location, five min
ule*' walk from depot. Haa hot and cold water, path
roow. ga*. furnace, carrlagu houae* etc. m
BLANuaARU, aUEouta Waitr-*L
lb ESTATE
jn this column, ihrte linn or u»i, 5
striu>n. Koch iirfdtiinnal tlnr. >0 ernu.
SabnrbfVtt—Continued*
TO HRKT— HOUSES AND COTTAOKB IN AUSTIN
tl low icnl. I«KVK«II>UK 4 DKWKV. 95 Dear-
uf.n't—nouflKH in nohtii and west f.v
--1 initon. wllli two to four •ere* of land. »l Ifl*'*"|-
Yfiii mu it bargain. never befurn Offered. fIUVRiI*
]DOE * DKWKV, 9*. Dcarborn-tU
r'l’O RKST-HOUSKS. Funsiaiißn AND UNFIin-
I nUhed (n Kvanttoa. coma elegant planet, amt
CEVEIMDOfc * DEWEY, 05
Uearburn-it.
, ro lIKST SOUTH EVANSTON-KtRST-CLASR
K N TILLOTHON, Tlllolion Block. Englewood.
TO HF.VT-AN F.LKOANTLY PUUN»ItBI> nntCK
V ho«»B at Kenwood, cheap. Apply to F. IIATHE
WAY. ssciark-it.. Hoom i.
fi-u UKNT—OSWASHiNtIfoN IJKKIIITB. COHNEII
I °We.tern.aV. a...t Trtcyav.. 40 acre* and law
lioatei C. HodkeFi place. A. I. Cool hit, l->2 Dear
itorn-M., Hoorn 3.
To liKNT COTTAOR 9 BOOMS —AT HYPE
L I’arKt largo loti tent, BH>* A. OOODIUCII. Ut
Dearborn-tc.
TQ HF-NT-sumi uf tiibke booms IK Con.
L nrr of Helper Dloclc. tcct.na floor, over North*
wettern NHtional Hanlct alto other noim In Heaper
lllock and McCormick Hli>ck. and atom 1» Lakc-au
Apply at Hoorn 4 Heaper Block-
f«H> HUNT—FUHN'iSHEO UOOil AT M DEAB*
1 born-«t. Apply at Hoorn «.
Tu«cN'r-sxonEß,ofncEs,jcc.
TO BENT—SECOND FLOOU OF BUILDINO. 48XJW.
1 comer Handoltdt-il. «nd ieafm>rn ratk. Mnli
Itkhted. I,ow rent. OHIFFIK * DWIOIII, corner
IVaililoKtun and ilaliied.au. ________
TO BENT—THK Kl.kflANT I.IOIIT BTOIIR NO. »
i Wa*htnston-ia.. four ilorlea and baaement. with
entraoce from the broad alley ; to be rented alUoaetner.
lor nice buatana only. 'V. LYMAN, n Portland UtocL.
rpo HEST-RTOIIK,7IASEMKNT.'AND STABLE 1W
1 North Well.-.t.s alio Wroornt for hotel or hoard
ing-home at Ht3'4 North WeH»-»l. For j.arlhmlan In
quire of MEAIUh ftAIKS 4 South balt-ruL
»l'o‘ HKST-m ’ AI>AMS.ST..*bITOSIfK. NEW
I ront-otnee, itore and Payment, one or both: new
building: fuur.iJe window.: Irou .hullert. flneloca
tluut cheap. MK,\D A COK. I4M LaSalle-tl. __
TO HBNT—BTOHK COBNKU MADISON AKP BON
-1 ore: Hilt .tore will bo pul In nr.t-cl.aa order. with
new plate-alati front; building will be painted, etc.
JOHN U. sIIKUWOUD, 70 fttale-il.
Dearb:
Hlfll-lt. _ .
•, v RTORB. WXTQ FEKT. IK
1 Thompson lilock. on \Ve«l oppotlle
Carton fc I'irles ImMneu centre of ttie We«t bide; pleto
klam front, and nilUMo fur any nm*cU»» nui ueu;
|MiU«j|on *l oticc. WILLIAM U. THUMPttUS, UOJ
Wc«tiladl»oo*»l.
tro RBNT-STORIf AND BASEMENT OS EAST
1 aide of Clark***.. near Monroe**!. ALBERT
WIBN EIL imDcarbonwt. _
fpo KENT—STOKES—NO. 3.ISOUTII MAUKBT*BT.,
J. concrete basement floor and No. 23 and 27. 3o«W,
whole or half. C.McI>UNN_KLU3I'J Weal U»ndolBh*»l.
rr(TuENT-KOSMISSIt»x‘ttTORKB'ON . MAIIKkT-
L at., between Wellington and Kaadolph-u.
TO RENT—TUB 4*STOUV AN D " BASEMENT
brick bullJlngflO Weal Lake-et. Posaculon May I.
liOODKIDOB A bTOKKtt. 3AU We*t.Madlaon-»l.
fi'O KENT-HALF OF FIRST-CLASS STORE ON
I South Waier-it.. north front, near Clark. O .0.
Tribune ofleo.
Offices*
fro RENT-SEVERAL OFFICES IN FULLERTON
x Block. M Dearboro-ai. Apply nt Room 4.
iTllßcollaneoue*
TO REST-ROOM WITH STEAM POWER SUITA
tie for bookbinding. .printing, litbographlnf. oi
martifacturlng. PITKIS <E CRUVEK, lit) Clar***t..
in/ear. '
(Vest Side*
To'uent-3 rooms for storage, to Bl
eared for by owner of house. Audmautw. inn*
one otlluc._ .
W avenuea north of Thlnyflrat-n. Call to-day.
D. W. STORKS. M Wa»lilngtou*at.. Itoom 15. .
ANTED—TO RERT-Rr, GENT "AND WIFE,
■ulieof 4 or S unlurnuned room* on South Hde.
within :w minutes* ride from hnslm-n*centre nr humor
ati'tin earn statu tonus. Addrea* for flve days, UkL
Tribune olflee.
ffubarbaxu
xo nEirr-not«p.9«
South Side*
Stores*
'O UENT-STQHK tan SOUTH WATKIUBT. Al’*
rty to MOKTIMEK & TAl'PKlt, Itoom 2, 87 MTuh*
trton • it.
URST-STOUK SO. 64t WEST MAIHSOS-BT..
»Hh l(f{tit dry bueineut. A. OOODBICII, 124
IHTkENT-STOKES AND LOFT*. SOS. 274 AND
L 370 Madlaon-il.. third door wcatol Market! will he
■it In nice order and rented low to Rood tenant. 11. L.
lOitr'.V, hiClatlt-it.
WASTED TO UEM*
If ANTED—TO RENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE OP
V 7to H room* any where on, Bouth» side; money
vaya ready In advance Addre*» W, Room 3 Com*
-rclal Hotels
WANTED— TO RENT-ON SOUTH BIDE. UK*
tween Twelfth and Slxiccnth-»i«.. three or four
unfurnished room* for light housekeeping by gentle
man and wife without children. Addrc*» D 3, i nbuiie.
to”"rent— a ptiltsJSll ED room on
V> North sldo below cnicngo-av.,near LJark-tU Ad*
VirANTED-TO KENT —A THOROUGHLY RB*
» sponsiiilo gentleman dcalrca eompletclyfnrnlahed
houact wcnblda preferred. Address D l,’._Trlbune._
U7ANTED-TO RF.NT-HY, GKNTLBMA'n AND
\ \ W |fe. nnall house or flat of oor 7 room*, with all
modern Improvement*; must In* In flr«t*cja« order nnd
In good neighborhood! name lowest term* toprumot*
paying tenant. Address Kivi Wllcox-uv.
W'asted--t« rent—south bidV:. east or
stale-Bt.. small brick bouse In g»wd repair, per
fect sewerage. Address E 83. Tribune office.
r\7 aj7tkd—to rent-two sinole gentle
st men wwn two nicely furnishedrooms, perma
nently: desire to locate at onco: South Side preferreds
references exchanged. Address I) 17. Tribune otHea. _
AUJiIIOALi
ATTENTION-WE will close OUT TUB POL
lowh g lot of very flue organs, regardless of cost:
One new 3-stop organ ...» -»•'
tmu new 7-stop '
One new N-stupotKßU • •• ,
One new u-stop organ
One new 13-stop organ <
One new H-ston organ I
One new lU-itop organ i<
Mon, innoumon. -.mjl-d MDBia
ini and HO SUto-if.
Attention-pianos tuned rou *1.23 (in ad
ranco). tJ . , .
Planus repaired, polished, etc.
Piano, moved. of MnfllC|
ItH and UMtilsto-st.
A TTENTION—PIANOS *123. *l3O. *173. *2OO.
A Largest slock In city. Every Instrument warrant
ed tiro years. REED'b Temple of Music, UU and lU3
bt»tc-st. .
"ITTTENTION -T« RENT - NEW ROSEWOOD
A planus: rent-money applied If purchased. REED’S
Temple of Music, UU btnte-st.
"T CUICKKUINO PIANO, LITTLE USED. AND
A very line, all modern Improvements, owner must
•ell. Can be (ecu at RliED'a Temple of Music, lot
and 19U state-st. >
C MUCKERING UPRIGHT PIANOS.
/ bonictliluK very new.
tone as clear, sweet, and powerful as a concert grand.
Repeating action of lightning quickness.
Warranted to stand In luno perfectly. . . _ ,
Rasa new patent desk—the only convenient music
tou.,.mu»ao.ujrgi.y!K».,LE HF
ini and 108 Btate-st.
Great haroains- a
UllliAT UA“QAI!,3. , D . nu . Dmsol<
3D-UAND PIANOS.
JD-lIAND ORGANS.
all-UAKU UKUASS-! 0R UONTn , v PAYMENTS.
UASU. OKMUNTm-yj-AHSKSTS,
Comer State and Adama-su
ANTED A FIRST-CLASS* SECOND-HAND
hiclnway piano, one not having huxn used more
than one year; for r!Jh._Address 0 Ml. Tribune office.
C*l£l’l WILL BUY AN ELEGANT ROSEWOOD
t!i)10U planoforie. rich curved leg! and lyre: style,
LuuUXIV. K- T. MARTIN. 2Q6and3(l7State-st.
'e'INA^C’IAIA.
TnY AMOUNT TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND
A plouol Without ri)UIOT»J. l»l RaUdolph-il.,
Room 4. .
*A DVANCKB MADE «>N DIAMONDS. WATCHES,
A bond* etc., at LAUNDERS' private office,lap Rao
dolphr»ur»t*r tlark._Roo«v* * audd. KuanlUaed
'* NY AMOUNTS TO 'LOAN ON FURNITUReT
A piano*. etc., without nmoval. nod oilier good
colliursli. W. N. ALLEY. 184 Dearborn-*!.. llwmi).
TnV AMOUNTS TO LOAN ON FURNITURE, Fl-
A anot, etc.. without removal, al lowett rate*. 0.
B. WILSON. Hi Dearborn-*!.. RoomH. _____
CAbil I'AIU FOR OLD OOLO AND SILVER'
Money to to*n on watche*. diamond*, and vauianle*
ofevcryaMcOpUon at tIOLOSIIIO'S
OHlco(ricca*ed). W ba«l Madlton-H. E*tabU*hed 1883.
T*o'anß*'mai)k~on” fuksit u»b. .iMASOS. etc.,
1 1 wiliiout removal, or on other good •ecumie*. tfii
Dearburu-u.. Uoom is, .
Vf'ONKV f(T LOAN ON FURNM'URr. AND MBU
]>I cliandlio of every deicrlptlon at to per cent.per
annum. tttoraeoratca lowottin theclvy. J. C. SO.
I‘AKitY, 100 Wen Munroc-il. .
riiO LOAN-ON HEAL ESTATE. «!.«» TO •AttUOM
A moat favorable term*! no coinmltaloui. RUFUS
C. HALL. Aliy., so
r IHJ LOAN-*IOKJuVoIt THREE OR FIVE YEARS,
I BMOvecnti on improved Inßde properly. GOOD
lliutiLTA STORES. 350 Wctt M*dl»Olf »■
VITANTEII-»io7i*W. THAT WILL FAY 10 FEU
iV ceutand working lulercit. If dcitrcd, ln*afe In
vcalment. For partlculara apply »‘ Hoorn 1 Uawloy
Building. .
565. boo JS ffiftWASf i-. AMOS - A| -
Sio.ooo wiiffiSip,
tier cent Inlerett, payacle annually > fair dlttoMl will
Kade/ i. 5L OUVEII. Room/?.
tMJX AITfVTO LOAN ON JMFROVED FARMS
andcu» improved, atupercent Inter-
Ml W F. UICiUNBON, Mi aud tot Waablugton-al,
PARTIS E imVAJI lED^
INTEREST
In a valuable patentj ready to commence work at
nncei tUMxrtent van be made ou the amount lu
?S.M*d yearL AddrcuOfil. Tribuneomce.
,I>AiITNKU WASTED—TO BTAUT A GKNEUAL
1 cJmwi**l<m bualneu. idling butler.egg*.and Hour!
1 have a good pajlug il Oh, irlbune.
TiAUTNKir'WANTED-WITIfSIOO OR ii'g’tO
jutn me iu a light bu*lue*«t large profit*. Ak TON
HOUaK. 75Mo»roe-*t. :
I^OiTbALE— CUEAF—SEVERAL TRAVttUNO KN
< glne*. all lu (be Be*l working order. Addrcae H.
11 bCOVILLC. No. 63 Canal-il., Chicago} or A. U.
DELAMATBIL No. SU FraukiUt av.,Clov jlaad, Ohio.
fn Ihlt column, three lint* or let*, 31 ctnii pet <n
tertltn. Pack additional tint, in cents.
ftookkooDcri* Clerk** &c*
ittanted-a noy ardut in years of aor
Vr toaddre** circular*; m«i»l lip a pood penman;
war?*, fl per week. Aildreu. In own handwriting, D
4, Tribune office.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED
atate aalary expected. Z 111. Tribune office.
Iraaei*
WANIBD-A GOOD HARNESRMAKKR, ONtl
W who ran work nl carriage-trimming end repair*;
a good and needy joo forme right man. c. 11. can-
YON, Englewood.
WANTED - WOOD-ENGRAVERS . AND ONE
draualitnnan. Call Tlmraday afternoon at 4(1
Madl*oD-»i., up-atalrr. D. C. COi>K.
WANTED— TWENTY 0000 PRACTICAL PAINT'
era. A only atnew building corner of Dearborn*
av. and Clicnnut'it.
WANTED-a'goOD PATTERN*.'! AKER FOR
locomotive and car-work. Apply nt U> H. Roll
jnp (Ruck Co.‘a Wurkf, lluyne-at., aoutli of Ultie
WANTED— A PERSON To hUPEIttNTKMI A
In.Ucry factory! one thoroughly arnualnted with
operating circular knlttlng-inHChlnc* and al*w keeoloir
them In urder. AUdrc**. giving reference*, O 7H,
Tribune office.
WANTED—TWO FIUST-CLAish COAT MAKERS
VV fortbe country. Appiyat FIELD. lII.NKDJCT
& CO.'S.
WANTED— THREE EXPERIENCED CVUNDKII
preu feeder*, at 1). A. CASIIMAVa printing;
office, til Mcmroc-*t.
W/*thd-immediatki7y-two GOOD STITCH*
an to wont ou boon amlihoa*. at Not. luantf in
Firth-ar.
TirANTED-ddbirCALcIMINEItH AND PAINT
>Y «ri. 3d» htate-tt.. or W«i>i Tlilriy-Or»l - iu
COKKKVAHaCKUS.
ANTED—EKW* IbRST*CI.ASi CAiITNETMAKi
W en. A. II- ANDREWS A CO., Mavber-il., be
ween Rallied and DraplaiMe**ita. __
WANTED— TWO CORDON PRESS FEEDERS AT
CLANCY’S, a Dei»rbufn*ai.
iVANTKD-s'OK 4 ODOD PAINTER*'aVD'cAL*
>Y clmlneracan Olidateadyemploymentbr applying
at lO> Randolph-*'.. Room* 9 and i». IIAIIUV AI.LK.s.
WANTED— A MAN HANDY WITH CARPENTER'S
tool* wlio tia« them to ilu do a job, GARDEN
TEA COMPANY, llJßandolpti-at.
-Coachmen* Teamiten*. Ac*
WANTED— A YOUNG .MAN TAKE CARKOF ONE
boneanddo vliutc*; mim tes a guud driver - ,
ware* *ll a inuiitlii reference* lndU|>ca*able. Addrcu
Ebl, Tribune office.
Klliccllanroui,
WANTED-MEN* TO HUM. NEW NOVELTIF.S.
it chromos, stationery, and noMonsi prlcra the low*
eat. American Novelty to., l"« State**:.
Wantku-mbn and^women'in citV and
iv country lowua to cell tea* to lamllrcnstom: atnali
capital. GARDEN TKA CO.. IU East Raodolph-at. _
WrANTKD-OSR RtLRSMAN >OI! EACH
*> salary *75 to gum per tnuntii ami emuiim. ..LO4
BELLE MANF. CO.. wuark-st., Chicago.
IT T A NTH H -ALA UFIIO MKl' To“lft
W oo office worx. Address, In own htniwVV*njr.
0 07, Tribune office. ■ A
\\J ANTED—TWO’. STEADY
>V waalt window*. Apply at Mnttesoa L
vVrAKTED-nust~cLA»a casva'meii? fok
Vv lilukcrai’hr of Bayard Taylor. ANDREWS A
DORMAN, «j l/carboro*»i, _ _ /
class man pr/grussivo pay and cyilck'PramuGou. 1* ,J »
Tribune unite. J
WAN TIiI>—TRAVELING SALESMEN TO KVIHV
they can obtain n »eat.,Wcc business warranting
ei.fwopc/ycar ami exrwnifA samples Adnrcas
L. J. ANUKKsQN. UO l.»yleot._, UJkaito.
XTrAj/TFD-A MAN WITH fj O till
VV fiviaud bom un/wagou to manufocturu ami
atil swltw grown: tavcatiguilon solicited; do nut
apply uolei*you' tiavo t/u money and businessability.
Auiircul) it), rribuneidUce. _
WANTJBJ
Domestic.*
ITTANTEP—A GOOD GERMAN 01KI. FOR OKN*
\\ eral tipnsewbrk for n amnll family, at Ul Six*
:eath*st. • _
IVANTED-OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
? i at s<l Waboslfsr.
WANTRD-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOO.sj?
*V work in asmall family, isji lndlaua-av. Ftooch.
German, or Swl*< !
[if ANTED—AT V£Ul WARASH-AV.. GERMAN OR
VV Norwegian inn for general houtewotK. To a
ompetent girl w ill pay H. Muu Have reference*.
;\7XNthV-A oooirffiuL immediately to do
VV homework at liw hidlaua-ai. t one not
frald to woi k. salary per week.
tTTANTEG-A Flßst-CLASS’sERVANT UUIL AT
V? 527 >V«*t Wa-'hlnglou-il.
W’ANTED-TWO GIRLS: ONE TO COOK, WASIL
and lrou( one for second work: most bo German,
Norwegian, or swede. -HU Wabash-av.
WANfED-A mill. FOR GENERAL HOUSE*
IT work In small family, mo Mlchlgan»av.
W"ANTED-A GOOD fIJUL TO DO CUAMDP.R
work at M South Carpeutcr-st.
tT7ANTED-A GOOD COOK; MUST HE GOOD FOR
iV orders: German preferred. 141 East Madison*
st.. In cafe. •
\\7ANTED—FIRST*CLABB COOK AND LAUN
\V dress May Itugo to Evans kin. Call at 11*0 ii a*
bailt*av. .
VfTANTED—A GOOD UtRI. TO COOK AND AS
>> »lit tn general houacwurk. Inquire at 7J Centre
ay., near Adaim.
milliners*
WAKTED-.V FIUSI'-CI.ASS MILLINER. A ORIl*
\\ mau vtetettfid. Apply at ass Mllwaukec-at.. from
8 to li o. in. _____
SCKIDBtrCSRCf*
WASTED— Fills! -CLASS DItKSSMAKGR. MME.
IJtatNAKU. UO Sort It ClarlviL
nunck.
WANTED —AN KXi'KItIhNCKD IMIOTBBTAST
woman to iwalat tn iliu euro of two emtOn-n:
jpnst be bandy with her needle nmlwllllui:. w|ibflr»t
clanrefcn.-ucei! may go East lor Uiu Mimiocrs the
aitnatlon la deilratnu ami pleasant. Adrift** O Ul>
Tribune oniec. _
tVANTED-A GIRL TO TAKEVAHK OK CHIT
IT areaav-soQentre-av. Mu»t be r*at and tidy.
SlousoKccpora*
\TTANTED—HOUSEKEKFKU, NOT . UVCU rtf>.
y\ goori-looktntr and intelligent, by a widower of bri;
acood botnet no family. I) 3. Tribune otllco.
Employment Ascnciust*
VITANTED—FIUBT-CLASS lilllLS FOR KITCHEN
VV anUaecund work In private familea. boats, and
ve»»e!*t alio u good dresimaker. Call at )ln. i*.
ilElss. an? sute-»t.
mivccllauoous*
TXT ANTED—A «IKL TO I’liKsS IN DYE-HOUSE.
» T Gall rfti’Ol Weal Maulaon-at.
ISO Alt DING AND LOl|«lHCi'
North Sloe.
7 NORTH CLAUK-BT.. FOURTH DOOR FROM THE
4bridge— First-classbairrttil <I to *0 per week. WllU
use of piano; day board BJ-&Q- ___
QKC OHIO-ST.-A \KUV PLEASANT 80UTII
OOP front room, with board.
West Side*
A Q SOUTH CAItPENTKR-BT.—VERY PLEASANT
‘lO room*, with but ami cold water, to rent with
board.
taotoi*
pLAUKNCE HOUSE. CORNER STATE ANIMIAR-
O rison-su-. live block* »outh of the Palmer Homo—
-100 rooms: board and room per day, ii.tio lu per
week, trout *8 to $10; also, furnished rooms rented
I?NCfLIHH HOUSE, at EAST WASHINGTON-ST.
AL Single warm rooms.fl.cu to fii.no Per week. Twen
ty-one mcal-tlckers. s3,w». 'lranslcnis. $l per day.
WINDSOR HOUSE. 17* STATE-sT..
>Y poslte Palmer House-Room and hoard « to *7
per week: transleut. Sl.friperdayt day-board. St.
MlMcolianoutia
XXTB ARE THE AGENTS FOR A LARGE KUM*
W Per of first-flats boardimt-honses. and for many
private families who will not advertise. Reliable peo
ple wilt save lime, trouble. nnd*illsanpolnjnient. and
get full Information free of eliurue, by cullliigimus.
ROD.M-RKNTJNG ANH iIOARHI.SU EXCHANGE,
Room 8 Tribune Dulidimr.
Country*
OAK PARK-GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS. WITI
Iward. 11l a desirable location In a small prlvat
family. Address Rot at. Oak Park.
UOAItU WAITED.
T>OAUD—THE DRM AND KUOM THE URHT CLASH
1> 0 f iiennlc (iiiutily bu»ln«*a-inen) lor iim*cla»e
board and room* I* Increwlug overy day. ami we cannot
tueiily tho demand from iTm place* now on hand.
Thoto warning boarder* or roomer* *liouhl rail on «• ut
oner. Private famine# can leave deicrlptlonaot their
accommodation* with ua In confidence, with the ft**
aurauri) that lliry will be iliown only to tuch a* they
draire to accommodate. We will call when requeued.
ItollaUla people only. Deference* required. DOOM
HUNTING AND HOARDING EXCHANGE, Uoom 3
Tribune llulldlmr. *
BOAUD-WUULD UKR a GOOD HOME HUI MV
Iltlle girl, a year* ami 8 month* of age. wllhaomn
good-natured woman on the North ‘tildes pay by the
W«ok._ Addrcw THOMAS UOXUVAK. Ai l.urrabee.
ijn aT<U-K< )if fJEN ILK MA S' AND WIFE. Ttfu
1) unfuruUhed room*, with or near good board, wrat
of Union Park, convenient to Madtaoa-»t. cart. An
drew U., SM WMhluglou-u. .
UOAUb—AND*?UiIKWURU IIOOMS Ftljl OKN*
15 tlentan, wife, and lures children (jlltlo g rU) on
North or south Side In pleasant neighborhood. Ad*
drew l> 8. Tribune office. . _
“ TOE XrtIANG
VoiTBXCIUNUK-l HAVE A I’AYlStt FEINTING
A 4 online**. located down town t «UI bear clow In
veatlgallont will exchange for home aud lot. u. tv.
POTTEII. iiol>earbotu.»i. -
fT’O EXCIIANOK-KOll STOCK l>F GfIUDS-FAItM,
1M) acre*, half cleared, with home. “« 1 It mi to..
In Grand Htpld*. Wl*. inquire of JACOII FRANKS,
23 Wen lUndolph-il. .
fPO EXCHANGE-atO ACRES uf land in NK*
L breika for a itock of grocerle*. Addrm 1) ),
r,v» EXCHANGE—EIGHT X.DTS NKAU NUUMAL
J. Sohooh no Incumbraxico, for mercbandlie. D ad.
Tribune ofllce. __
iff ANTED— I TO KXCIIANOB HOUSE AND LOT IN
\V country forjflefcti»D.dl»e*_Adilrca* p 2 1 ., Tribune.,
lostasp youND,
Lost— a gold and i’Lati
otiroiu. J. W« S* Liberal
Uooma, W4i-*S*Ue-»c.
T OST-IN‘TUB PALMER HOU9B. YKSTKUDAV
J. 4 tuoroluir, ■ red morocco pooled book, filled wlili
uotcoaod iiaporoof uo u*o to »ay one but tUo owner.
Tito miJcr will plcwe leave wlili clerk of Cbo Itolcl.eud
receive reword.
JL' ft: tLO T IDIA Cj
'Thh OABU VaIP ruTrCA&T'jIFK CLOXIUm
A c*ri>«U, etc. Ladle* attended bjr Ure. J. Udder.
Addre** J.ufcl.UKlt, aed
7 uVll PAlir FOU CAbt-OFF CLUTHINO ATI.
U OKLUKK’S, 6U4atai«**U Order* by moll prompt*
ly attended to.
SITUATIONS WAITED-IMUBi
In thu column, three Unet or leu. 23 cents pet Iv
tertlon. K<teS ad'tlllonnt line , to «nti,
Rookkcoscm* (U3orlc*« dtc«/ ■
SITUATION WANTED—AS CI.KRR. ST/WARD,
or mmucer In a fim*cjaMclub. lint*?, tt mmmei
rcaon, and a partner wuh money. AddrcarA. LARA*
MRK, ChlcagoPoat-Offine. /
Oil WAT ION WASTED—RY A YOUNG MAN o/
O at, experienced rn office work, In A wholesale on
grain O 02, Tribune office. ;
CitOATION'WASTKD-IN X COUNTRY STORE'
O hare eight yean* experience, ami apeak uemu
nml Kiixtlaht have good reference. Addrcas Da,,mb'
une office.
CJITUATION WANTED—IN WIIOI.EBALK OR COM
O miMlon homo to learn the btulnew, by yonnr mat
of TJt Hilary no objccti reference and ifccurlty given,
AddreM D C, Tribune office. f
cituation’wanted-as assistant door.
O keeper op clerk by a young niaii.aßed 18. JWfer»
cncca furnlihed. OYi>. Trlbuno office.
Trane** /
SITUATIONS WANTED-Wy TWO COLORED MEIJ
O m cook* (one la nicai. rfie othpr paltry), In city or
country. licit of city reference. Addrei* D xe, T rib
unu office, . ■ .
Coachmen* Tcam*tor*« dkc*
OITWATIOA WA.STKD-nV A YOUNG MAN
n (Hwcdc) in prlrote family a* eoncliman ana to «c
general work about tbc placet good reference given.
Addict* O no, Trlbuuu office. .
CITI-ATION WANTRD-TIY A YOU'NO*MAN AS
O cuacbman or tianlur; beat city reference. I* »«,
Tribune office. _ .
SITUATION WANTED-AS %CIIMAN W <
* j prlvntc family bra man (Danoj Willi Orit-cltua cm
reference*. AdJnß* D to. Tribune office. - -
I ' c -_
Domeatlca* 1
Houtlt hide. Adorci* GMj rlbtino uiUee- -
i!* ITIT 4TIOV VVASTF.D—RV ACoSIPKTBNTIOUNO
«1,1 «q ,I,*, making atul general huuaework In a prl*
enk furmah tbo beat city reference. 1 leate
cad at 4h;j
. Vrrir vrinsf WANTED—RY A GOOD. BTRADy
S l tfiri a* risk or icneral aervant In a pnvata fomllyj
MCM.C.H .tJKC-UIMSU-.*. _
U.'ITIJATIOM — WANTKD—'TO COOK. WASH, AND
b lto«. XSilrou <1». Trlhuno one.
t'lTtlATiltS WANTF.D-UY A YOUNG GIRL TO DO
S‘hoo-eworklnn amall family, call Wednesday at
iu2nnnjrer*ac, lathe rear.
oitiiatrVx WANrkif-nv a good girl to
hcooic vMb. and Iron. Call for two dayiat
oir6’ATlON”WASl'i:i)-l»Y A NRAT. TIDY. GOOD
N,.ifl to do general homework; good references given.
Call *1 Pu(k*at.
o'lfrATlDS WANTED-AS FIRST-CLASS COOIC
& meat or paatrr: hotel, boarding-boutn, or reitaur
ant. C»U un or audre** COOK, W«bw»n*av.
UITUAHO.i WAKTED-ay A CANAIHAN GIRL
ft fiw second work: capabilities unsurpassed; refer*
cure corruboralivet ifoud call* n* Tnrea*
|/clll*ll.
<*ITI»ATION WANTED —BY GOOD IIRLIAIILK
ft girl io do general homework In ssmalt private
family: good reference!. |s:h> DearboVti-it.
CITUATIojTWANTED—UY AC O Ml * E T ENTYooVC
O in a tlrst-clois family; beat of rclcrcucea, u i*,
Tribune oUltc. _
OITIMTION WANTKD-nr A OllUTfo DO COOK*
0 lug. washing. ana Ironing In a private family! good
reference If needed. Call at H7U Sliurtlcfl-nr., near
1 hlrty*flr*t*ai.
CITUATIOS WANTED—DV AN AMERICAN WOM*
Oan housekeeper. »eam*tres*. light homework, or
any position of truat. Call at l.vj Eighteenth. tip-stalra.
SITUATION WANTED—FOR A GOOD GERMAN
O cook and laundress. or will do general housework In
a nice family i tunerlor reference*. M 5
SITUATION WASTED-AS FI lib f• CLA SS 'c 00 1C
O tna private family! bc»i of references from last
place. Call at Ifi2lilgiucenth-*t,,fup-italri. ______
Situation wanted -by" a ‘ first-class
cook In a private family. Apply at istuSouth State.
OITUATIGN WANTED—FOR OF.VKUA,ii lUIUBK*
O work or second work in private family: oest of ref*
ereuect. Call at IM Eighteenth**:., np-stalr*.
Emplorinent Ajrcnclcs*
CITHATIONS WANTED—FAMILIES IN NEED OP
Oiiouil Scandinavian or German female help canba
supplied at O. UUSKE’a office, ui-iMllwaukee-av.
CITUATIONB WANTED—MRS. WHITTAKER HAS
ft a good el at* of girls on ham): families tn want of
help carefully sultcu. ‘JM Norm UarK-st.
Situations wanted-in south ltucago >ok
eiKKleook or ttcnernl homework. Call atr>l East
Van llureo-Kt. Have Plenty of good help., MRS. DAL*
KA.M's office.
llouselcccpcrs«
SITUATION WANTKD—FOR A YOUNO LADY OP
OcxiHirlcuco as nousekeuper. companion for an In*
valid, or truieroes* tor young children. Hofcr to Dr.
H. W. JONES. -tOSoutu Ada-st., Chicago.
itUscciiauccuPs
CMTUATION WANTED—COPYING TO DO DY A
* ooung lady upon n typewriters hvi her own inochloa
and ohargea rewonabhc would take a position In a
wholesale house or lawyer’s office: writes letters freely
from dictation. Address OHJ, Tribune office.
CITUATIOS WASTED—DY YOUNG LADY TO
O attend store, labeling, raekins small wares.- etc. |
might give tlrst moiilb. Audreu o 100. t ribune office.
CITUATIOS WANTED—IN OFFICE OR STORE I»Y
Oau intelligent young lady. Address MAUD LANE,
City Tost-intlec.
ISOUSEMOIiP COOPS*
1 ITESTIOS UOCSKKEEPkUiiI
'.V *uuv;tn:utuUlio roon notnforuUi.
Miivlll IwrulsU a tudul weii~ - '•*
f W will furnish a room handsomely. .
s7,*» will fiimlin a room elcß»ntlf. *
SKiO will furnish a room mairnlnccntiy.
sir*>* will limilslt your cottaßU liaiidsotncif.
sitX) will furnish your cottaier clef aiuly.
faixj will furnish your bouse lu cowl a(>le.
sMxiwlll furnish four home lowrand style,
f;to buys a com! cbninbcr set.
$M bun a marble-top chamber tec.
sl.k buys A Hue drcsslnK-caw! set.
pju buys a handsome dressnm-case.
si". buva Ail decant dres*liiß-raiO.
Sun bnyaa nice parlor suit.
$lO buys a handsome parlor suit,
fno iiiiy» a handsome plush stilt,
buys An dream parloraull.
:i.'i cent* a yd. Iniys an lintraln carpet,
no cents a yil. tmvs a liamliomn carpet.
7.*>centau)d. bnyaunnll wool incralo,
H 5 com* n yd. buys n tafmry “*pei.
nr, rents a yd. buys im clcßaut tapestry carpet.
$1 a yd. nu) • a apiundld tapestry carpet.
$7 buys a Roodlounwc.
sld buys n iundsomu lounge.
»«lniTiiAbttudsoniocajycb«lr. . .
Ain bun a Kuod 4‘Hb. bnlr mattress, best tlclc*
sl'j buys a Rood cook-ilovc.
s|.'>bmasßu(>d ronue.
sro buys an elegant range. , .
All winds of household Roods on Installments orxof \
cash at price* lower than the lowest. .
House funilabed ihroußhont at a day • notice.
Kaay term* ami aouaru dtidluK.
One new piano, cheap. onliiiulltnenu.
One second-hand Plano at a bargain. „
EMPIKE I»AULOIt WKDSThAI) COMPACT,
:au auilaH.i Wcat Mullion-at.
V FACT-TIIK ITNIOS FURNITURE COMPANT,
j\ fiOhWesi Madlsumst.. will a ftua claw of goods, ;
everything In the liousekooplng line, on monthly pay*
menu tail at low price*. I* 9S Iribimc office. _ ____ I
T?0|l BALE-A~' 8M AiTl7 OUOD SFOONMVhAN!) '
1’ cooking itovo and furniture. Inquire mu Twen*
ty-BCCODd-»t.
cSax will iiuy a handsomewalnut far*
00*1 tor suit. covered with row silk: payable
In case. balance 410 per tuuuib. MARTIN b. .105 and
l’H7 Statc-st.
Q7 r will liny a splendid walnut cram
04el ber srt, payable sls cnh, and balance $lO per
tnontti. MARTIN'S. 005 aud'Al? titnte-at.
AM’ OS'if l"(IOKIN«"?0It’'A' PAy Iso MEAT
J\. market, am) a'sn a largo wagon-route. with first*
class trade: Hie business requires two men to run It.and
I; will pay Hiom well: 1 will sell at abnrealu, asl wish
to leave die city this month. Call at 73 West Adams-su
A rIIVKICIA,:.- CAN SEUUIIE A IIUOIIJIIAOTIOB
1\ by renting or buying the property of a physician
near tbe city. Address 1)». Tribune otllcc.
/UILOUAim-A FIRST-CLASS IlllUG-STORt. AND
Ldmlldlng for sale In tbe mod promls ng mining camp
In Colorado, destined to be os large as I.eadUsJe. valua*
Ido discoveries having recently been made. * }'}*' mom
is doing a large bustucss, and is In Hie
location In tno city. A t>orllon of tbe building rvtiu
for slUi per month. Adilreu_W‘.Trliiunu oIHIo.
STOCK anWixturks. WITH
1; j rears'lease, of a grocery store and saloon in •
good locality, amt a good store: siiulirent: ' T * ll . l,B
sold cheap for cash. l»7 Urown , st.. turner Maxwell.
1?0U SALE-lIF.sT^MEAT MARKET djt WEST
bide, splendid busluess. Dun. frlbuno olllcc..
l-»OIt“HAI.E-uNK OF" THE " REBTI QROCRRVr
1? stands on West aide, small stock. Out, frthune.
I'OK SAI.K-TIP-VOl- OIIUUI'IKV STUCK IN UI'.ST
1? 1 lucatltv lu cityt liave oilier builneaa; great bargain
forcwh. D tl.TrUumoomce.
O hotel lliie-l.ocallon the bo*t In cltyi alwore fulli
lhsa wiu lw found on airlci lovntlgatlou to be tno bait
opportunity ever offered s • vjjuocaati, balance on tlmoi
gltU lame. DVV Trlhuno ofllce. .
I>t*TAU»ANT FOIt SALE--BaTAUMbHEI> 3
iijririi dolus mtewy trader through winter *nou
awrVki laraelyliicreateJ lo »untmcrt thla will aland
tlielullMt liirr*ll«ailoat price, $2,000, with good Icaao.
Addrcaa 1) a« r Tribune office.
rro TEACHERS—A I.AIU GOING TO MJIIOI Jt
1 will »ejl her »?hool on the South bids at a bargain.
Addrew ti 80. Tribune ulHce. .
iIftIISKSANDCAnniACEII.
T NO. 1 VI(»RSIt.TouW.'ANb7iAtINKBB WANT*
A cd In eachanuo for line sold watch and chain, and
diamond cluilerrli»g._ Alii. Tribune
I/oil HALK-T'VO HOUHRB—THEY ARR TO DR
I 1 »old very reaiuuahlf.aatho owner I* giving uu bu»l*
uc«*on account of lll*health. Duo I* a dirk t>ay g«M*
lug, o yean of ago. 15 hand* high, full '« auo
and cau go out any day and trot a mils In Hues minute*}
he I*tin excellent hone fora Journey, and will Hand
any place without being hltchedi olady can drive bln
with perfect wlum al»n a inara of the lame co or and
age. In flue working condition, weigh* 1,130 i pund*.
work* a* well In tingle a* double hnrnea*. I will allow
a good latUfaciory trial of twenty day* with either of
them. Apply at the liable lu rear of residence, M
Michlgau-av.
1?Olt SALB-TWO GOOD HUSINESS DU DIVING
1' hone*, accuitnmed to the city t one W*
pret* wagon, bill Jltllo utedt will bo *old at rewooahls
ptUaa a* we have no ute for them. D. D. MALLORY
A CO., IU Wen Unndolph-K. _ .
Vhui~HA|Tr -.OUEAI* A COUPE JIOCKAIVAY
I 4 and Hue borta and harpew, •« K?®'* f
or eei>aratu. Title 1* » bargain, tall at IJI J.oowU it.,
near Vanllureu. ..
R . iV—jv" fiECOND-nAND END SPHINd
I 4 inuare-hoi top buggy. rtr*t*cl»*a condition, cheat*
for ca»h. Imiulroof I.UOMIB. at freight dupotnortU*
wc»tcurn*rlmlouandO»rr2ihUi^ r^_=!^====
reward pais
A ncclalir tor furniture eud bon»a good*. AiO to JW
lieailolplr-M. l.o»vcit_rau».
afoltAOK COMPANY, 7«l. It*. AND BO
I 4 Veil ilumi*»t. i viiablUhed 1874 s permanent
%ai tcUtl'lc; fur furniture and j»jcrcJt»adUo._Aimucefc
LVruKAOK KOll FL’UNITOUK. MEHCIIAKDIbB,
S buitflo*; aic. s cliuftiHJil end )*•( In cUys advance*a|
ii» o. c. per annum. J. C. A G._PAUUV. led W. Monroe,
u DILDING BUXEI»AL«
n'OlT^S^Airii—U<^ooo' r WtlOlCf AIT*
X 4 ply at jtaom a> Oil* illuolL (0 W
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