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THE courts.
c.iii Trying to Show that Ar
tl,Ur Stern Was Insane.
ffoit Perk Oommlialonera Feel the
* Heecl of a Little Hero Money.
Olrl Who Claim, She Was Forced
* lolu a lllslastornl Marriage.
accord Of Judgments, Now Suite,
A Criminal Oases, Etc.
AUTIIUIt STEUN.
ThPflftbdu)' *>f the Stem murder trial was
. .hort at the noon adjournment by one of tbo
f u ‘ " r fa nk Drown, mkluif tu bo temporarily
J ...nJ owing to the deulb yesterday morning
Tin i«i«wr»liflaw. Tbo testimony of tbo
.„;x«pi examined during tbo foronoou was
r. m entirely eonllned to tbo bolsterm/up of
otra of insanity urged by tbo defense,
umrn's father, a rospcctuble-luoklng man,
w illed tbruiigb nn interpreter to (be grout
.ware Which bud come over his non In
S imst fevt years. H« itovor knew him
drink excessively, but thought that bo
mordlnato smoker. Ho corroborated tbo
iMtimnny given on tbo previous day by bis sons
mum and Charles, regarding Arthur’s morose
•ml melancholy actions, of bis frequent com.
piibiii about pains In bln bead, and an to bis
.tMUffOdoings and nayltigs. Mrs. Atnolla Btern,
* 1f ..,r Arthur's brotnor Krnst, instilled tn nub*
I! tbo kauio luois, as also did Miss Orth,
ffffl of Die family, .1. li. Taylor ami wile.
JJJhhViK uml inllinnie acquaintances of the
fflir and IRita Frlnke. a butcher living at No.
IhiiiuV Island avenue, who was intimately uc
mi,ilntca wlin the accused. ....
tub substance of tbo hater's testimony
somewhat ridiculous. He one day
net Arthur nppuronily In a maudlin
Simp of Intoxication, and acting in
ffipd nnd peculiar manner on tbo street, and
?.twlhini where ho whs going. Arthur looked
*, him nllbiiugb hi* knew him well, and telling
himiaifo (o the gentleman with the herns. piHA
fnrk and cloven feet jumped aboard a passing
»rretenr. The other wiinesses were men with
Cnd beside whom Stern had worked, notably Mr.
iipr will! the drygoods linn of nmrles Uossngo
x c’i, ond Mr. Canon now whuu.;a. toutnnt
t’n” wlih whom the accused had worked for
lamenting like three years. Micro was dls*
rhnriHid from the latter's employ because of.hls
riifed quil iibl'iircnilv irresponsible manner, and
fiirparclrsness and InuMenilon tn business. This
tcttitnoiiy was somewhat damaged by tbo Stale's
Atiurncv asking If It was not a fact that tbo
witnctihad after Stern's discharge written a
lutrer to Mrs. Stern asking her to induce him to
n,me back and promlso bettor behavior; to
fdiiclilnierrogutory the witness mode prompt
iiUrmflllve answer.
'Tbo case wilt again bo taken up at 10 o'clock
this morning. ‘
I’KTITION FOR MANDAMUS.
' a petition was lllod yontcrday in tho Superior
Courtbyfl. H. McCroa, John Hremwk, WlHuvd
tfoodanl, Emil Wllkcn, George ttnblfs, J. Frank
Uwrcncc, Moses W. Carter, taxpayers in Ibo
J'own of West ClilciKo. tbo West Chicago
Park Commissioners, and L. L. Mills, Stale’s-
Attorn?)’, against Tbo County Clerk, U. F. C.
Klokke, to compel blm to extend ti tax. They
tar that on ,lJo Wb of July Inst tbo Wust China
ta Park Commissioners adopted a roaoliillon
that It was necessary to lory ami eolleut for
West Park purposes n lax of 'Mi mills on tbo
doimrof taxable property In tbo town of West
Oblciiffu. A copy of tbo rosoluuun was sent to
lie West Town authorities, ami on tho Uih of
Aujfiwt they levied a park tux of :i',i mills, mid
ecriinod ibo same to tbe County Clerk. Tbo
TfliustlOD of tbo West Town property by tbo As
icMurwas fSC,KW,II7U, which was raised by tbo
guto Hoard of KiitializaUon to Tbo
tbunty Clerk, wnusu duty It Is to extend tbo
uses at tbo rate hxod by tbo town authori
ties on ' tbo valuation ns assessed
lr tbe State Hoard, fans slimmed
bis Intention to extend all but tbo park taxon
tbe equalized valuation, but .tho latter bo will
onlr extend on tbo Assessor’s valuation of $Ji-
Mum. This Invidious dlstlnetlon will nmko a
diflercDco of About sU!,duu to tuu Commlsstim
m, and they charge that he bus no power to ex
tern! tbo (intcroot luxes on any but tbo equalized
valuation, uud nsk that be may be compelled by
i mandamus to levy tbo park tux occordbig to
thrir Mown of right.
The Cnimlv-Attorney at onco (lied n general
demurrer, nod tho argument will probably bo
bail us eoutv adjudge Jameson can. give tbo
Memory timo.to bear 1C
f'* FBOEtWIL-GUAND JURY.
• Tho venire for it grand Jury.ln tho United
State* District Court wits rettirnbd yesterday by
tbo Marshal, tbo following peraons buying boon
iftutl and appearing: John 11, Hca, Henry
I'affer. Henry Heart, U. D. Wytnnn, J. Warren
Uugen, Adam H. Olos, George WuiC, Lucius
Linl.C. A. Luke, F. W. Purtrliigo, Owen Hnrke,
>1.1.. I'incy, Luke Teuplo, Hrastus Garcolott, M.
J. Humell. Uwen McCarthy. Iloliert H. liitt,
H. Oleavolaod. dulm T, |»ov«ry, Orlaudu
C. HiHcknnm, W. .1. Wallace, und Rdwtml Don
icbue. Judge IModgc.t appointed John H. Hca
foreman, charged the jury in n few brief non-
Wntcs, and set them to cuotr room. Tbo eases to
eoma befmu them uru ooiupurutlvoly few und of
Hide Importance, and they will probabiv only
t* In lesjlou a few days.
] A PROVOKING ACCIDENT.
‘JuUae Bmlth was obliged to adjourn court
jedonlay rattier abruptly on account of n vault
Jour. It Beams that the combination lock on
|be ilnor of tbo vault wboro tbo Dies woro kept
rot out of order ana could not be uxod. A lock*
itnltb was summoned, but bo could not limko It
»ork, and court was adjourned. A bole was
Ui«n drilled through Ibu door, and tbo lock will
wMirukcn tu piece*. Wbut added to tbo voxu*
tlmi was tbuttbo Judge bad only ordered tbo
ski to bo put In tbo vault on Monday.
A CRANK SENT TO ELGIN.
JohnC, Neol, tbo madman who wont atonjf
Clark street, from Harrison to Polk street, ouo
August shouting no less than live
men, ami failing to kill it policeman only bo*
tauio hlibullota gave out, was yesterday ar*
faijuedln the Criminal Court bofuru Judge
Tuley. There being ample evidence of blB In*
•«n!iy ho waa ordered to bo sent to the lußitno
Mylum at Elgin. Three of bis victims who have
*rwvpred—Wolf, Flynn, and Johnson, tbo col*
presentln court and testified,
n will bo remnnbored that not long ago Neal
wu tried for lasnulty In tbo County Court, but
*oibo criminal feature of tbo case bn was
i.°w ? n OUUI * insane, although the ovldouco ub
!w, ‘x materially the sumo as that
yesterday. Judge Tuley, lit making
JMcnier fur the eontlnomunl of Neal la tbo
hi k U ? f ! Dr ,ho Insane ut Hlglu, remarked: •* Un*
•nil. ,l herutod by some ulltor Judge." The
• uniinri remembered tbo Huberts cubo and uu*
Bi-mooa tbo remark.
TDK CRIMINAL COURT.
*° 'l'ulcy’g branch of tbo Criminal Court
Pderday j u im jtollly pleaded guilty to litr
wh» Benlonoud to twunty*uluo daya In
»r!^. UIUy Ju,ls Loi, ‘ l HoboUwwi tried by llio
Bvi1 lor pcllt isrcony, and was awarded a Blm*
Jbbnquluu and Mlehoul Crmvlcy
flu-.. * ,y ''Jury for tbo Imrglury of iludßou
tar North Clark struct, and, be*
Hihi... WulUy, woro sentenced 10 two years
imi Deultoulliiry. itieburd Neeley Is un
toDiiVvLJL ~V, ubuit* <oment of |JU cash from bis
W°yers, ciuytou & aroy, Baloonkcopori.
a. „ . divorces.
k Snaliu tiled a bill yesterday against
husiand, Chnrlca T. timlth, cbnrglug him
j “ oVcr flvo years’ desertion, and asking for a
1 vT 8 * 0 * dlvft rco.
. ilhelm Frunzman asked fur a divorce from
;LiMu e l. lw . t,ran, ' In * ln on ,bo B»tuo ground.
H* • «uwcn charges tlmt on ttio S3d uIU
»Uhv» ni trough Uio ceremony of marriage
Wuw w A. Unwen before Justice Hudson,
>u . v H r .* fuvo her consent; that Row-
Horn Vh? i“ lo k,u *»trr u »d one F. A. Cobb, to
kltu- in?i ,?„**,• ®»gagcd, forced her to marry
*™>nu.hJ„ Bl ? w repudiated tbo marriage us
liatclT '...“.".‘L 8 Oce. tibe also left blm liutuo
,u wm»trm i» t ”“ rr l«ke bus never been cun*
dio ttln i ~B ho therefore asks tbut she may bo
toi-miml? rt * umo °er maiden name of Llillu M.
ranted n deorooof
•>ll oo tha “ Marshall from l.urlmlu Mar
desertion, uud to Nellie
Mmeiiy, w ■ ltJuron S. Norton on the ground
1,10,1 »locroo to Trluo I.y.
Attica. Ju “ u **• Lyauut on tko around of do-
I" COURT.
* , i , cttf 1 r«i te i of Moorebouse, deceaiod,
Wu e«oor B hm!i l,lmU . oo wero granted loCatb
w^boUl * Uluk ‘ r bOPd «»» «fiOdm
o>*H,.p„ B , rATl!: C °UUTB.
1 "HI “ a Fr ‘ t,l ‘ E.Wirn.m, boptn
,or 15,00(1 Uolforil,
-touJAadmlnlatintrlx ot m«
tn aculmil V a,muM «»* deceased, com-
R* Nufth*^ 1 * treepag* against tbo Cblca
*^, l *<ldsDJSK^ ~ro lJr °ad Company, claiming
AisoolttUon began a sUU
Wale, the late Man-
PJjWI "*«wo Wbecler, laying-damages at
' f °*«*ina Abraham Waamman tiled L D.
Goodman for tI.OOU. J. Krldel med the aumo
defendant for a llko nmoitut.
Til 13 CAUL.
.Itrnm; Drummond—ln fhutiihera.
JtMifiK Hmhmikit—tJouerul Imulro**,
Avpbm.atb Court— Muttons,
.luiifiß Gary—Amlst" Judge Anthony, No
onto on trial.
.litikir Hmith—No preliminary rail. Trial mil
4,4 W, 4.601,4,618, 4.630. 4.631, 4,630, 4,630,4,6:18,4,618,
4,6.60. No case on trial.
JuIKIR Wtf.l.lAMDON—AßSlSlfl.lllUtffJ Smith. No.
4,443. Thompson va. Donohue, on trial.
.IL'IXIK ANTHONY—I7O, 4811, 6’il, 611 111 500. No
cuso on trial.
Jmmu Jameson—JOJi, 11, 13, 16. No oano on
bearing.
•Idixik Uoop.rh—First call 001 to 060. Inclusive.
Trial call 607, 6'JB, and 001 to 060. lukliklvu. No
case ou trial.
.Hnim; MtmAN-131. ID7. 108. 146. 161. 160. 167,
168. mu, 103. liwt, 134, 106, 107. No. 161, Wbltlakvr
vs. Nye, on trial.
.Hums. Hawks—l7o, |BJ. 181, 183,183. No. 173,
DaihgerbiT va. llroiman. fin trial.
.IruUK HAUNit.M—t’onieitcil mailers.
JutaiK liOOMis—Set eases Nos. SUM and 306, and
Nns. U?.l, 350.38], 383, 383, 381, 380, IW„ 388, 38'J, aud
3W.
.urnnMKNTH.
SitpEiuonCount—.lt/'puKGary P. P. Glllolt
et ul. vs. Fred D. De Dotard, f833.3d.
Ji/imjbHmith—C. C. Thompson el al. vs. War
ren A. Wells, $3,138.30.
.luiiob Anthony—M, C. Llghtncr et ai. vs.
David Power, $1,111.69.
Jimnr. Wii.mamson—Drooklyn Wotch*Cnso
Company vs. Joseph Uedorer. $366.8(1.—1(. I*.
Ulchmond et al. vs. same, fact,40.—.1.1). Lincoln
et id. vs. same. f'tUHi).—T. 11. Ilugsiox vs. same,
$316,74.—'T. F. Arnold ut al. vs. same. $3111.73.
Lewis Vaughan et al. vs. name, $363.66.
C'litciriTt’mmr—.lifiHJß Uoukrs— Haver Derr
vs. Conrad Itoirnmmi; verdloi, s:m.
Juitm: Mohan—Fred A. Mcnguot at. vs. City
of Chieagn, $3,000.
TJiinuNE miAycn offices.
MOUTH DIVISION.
lIRNRV J. HKCKWITIL DruusHt, 3601 Cottuao
Orove-av,, conuir Thlrty-UttU-ii.
.1,4. 1L HIM.'IS, lliioKSOilers und MUittonors, 131
THenty'secoinDst.
.lUDso.N 8. .lACOHUH. Druihtlat. JOI7 Indlaim-nr.,
eornurTlilrty-llriit-it.
11. VV. IIUCHJIAN, Drutfßlit. cornerTblrlr-arsl mid
Utntc-al*.
U. tf. HOW A CO., corner Oakwood boulevard aud
Cettaito UroTO-itr., Oukland.
\VksT DIVISION.
FRANK MyUAIH, Druggiat, West Mndlion-fib,
corner Curlli.
USCHUKiRRII, Druggist, 4if West I.nko-st, cor
ner of Sheldon.
K. A. DUUKIIL Druggist, 803 Mouth Ilalstcd-sL.
corner Caniilliori-av.
It. K. KHAKT,Druggist.Oß Wcat Alndison-sb, cor
ner Duullmi.
JA.MKS.M. KIRKLKV4 CO.. Druggists, HI Mouth
I tula cd-st..tmt nur of Adams.
.MILLS’ I’UAItMAUV. J. W. YV AIN WRIGHT, !,1J
West .Mu«llsen-su, corner Ugdon-uv.
TII.SONML'HMR.V, Dnigglsl.3t.i Dine Islund-ar.,
corner of 'l'wullih-Ht.
H.C.HKHltlClv.Jowolcr. Newsdealer, ond Fancy
Goods. 730 l.uko-su. uorner Lincoln.
AUGUST JACOIISON. Druggist. Iff North Ilulstod
, si., corner Inuiuim.
NORTH D.IVIHION.
1* IIUUMNOII AM X CO., Druggists, 44* North
Clark-st.. curnor Illvtaion.
K. .M. WII.I.IAMH A CU., Dnuulsla,b*j Lnrraboo-au,
corner (innlold-KT.
J.OUIHW. 11, NEICHK, Priming and Advertising
Agent, Mowi und Stationery Depot, 435 K. Dlvlsloit-su
iiVint i’.vu'k*.
uooimicil Q. now, Druggist, Uyae Park-av. and
Kilty-third-at.
V.N'ocinvuun.
ENGLEWOOD BVK OKKICK, corner Wentworth
or. undCheslnul-at.
GEORGE W. MLTit. ilooksollcr, Ulalloncr, und
Newsdealer-
t.AKK view.
C. y. WELLS. Pom-omco, and Druggist, KvunstotP
nv.. near Divon-ey-st.
LOST AND FOUND.
IpOUND-LKKT IN ()I)1 1STOI tIC A LOUT
’ n year since, n pneloigu containing so voml Freneh
medical works. Owner i-ua have same by provliat
aroporty and puylmt tor this advertisement. SKbKA
A hTUAUT. Ji .Mli(lt«Oii-it.
LUST— I) UAC KI * KT, ON .MADISUN-ST..
between Ada and .Marsott the nmler will bo lib-
lally rewarded by louvlim It
T OST-ON KIIIUAV, NOV. 11. LAIU2K
black .Nowloniulluml dun. A rewanl of (Id will
be puld upon bis return to American Express oillcu.
Mynruysl. '
StTiAVKD— KIIOM SOUTH PAUIC-AV.
and Tlilrlr-fmirth-su. n dark hay innro, with rub
uer-lrimmcd Imrness, |.’>>4 hands hlgn. T years old. A
sidmblo reward will bo paid for hor roitirn to JAK
.Mr.MAHIi.S. Polk-si. und Flflh-uv.
HOUSES AND CAJtIUAGES.
caYnoTuTuk
on iiccdiint of 111-liesllh, will sell tho entire con
ton is of his pnvatu stable. .Vo. .1 EuslThlrteonlh-st.,
between Mlehltmn and Indluim-avs.. Including tno
J cry hundsomu mid siylisb trottlnu stallion Almont
r.. sired by A Imont, the great slro of trotters, onm
the celebrated trotting nmre Hell itrundon. by Volan
tour, sonui Itysdyk's Wniiiblvioulan.JAliiiinii.lr. is 8
years old, PI Imnds high, weighs I.AMiMinnds, has tlno
stylo und ueUntv. good twins wild nmsule. W a huml
tome buv w ith black polills, mn- munu-iuid mil. is a
puifeci uoi-se hi every wuyt any child oan dnve alms'
lie tears nothlngi he trotted live hunts last •iimuiur
InaiW.eiHl. •.'•.ill. 2:UI. and I’diMb ut which time owner
Vnldkl.’AJU furbhni he Is warranted sound and kind,
and liijo will buy him. lio took lirsipremium ut coun
ty (ulr. .
Also tho beautiful (rutting horso American Unyi Is
il years old. Jit* lianas liUti, enn out-stylo.and mil
trot any uentlomun’s rouo-horse In this city without
uny training, or condition, or any excuses! he Isu
trotternt anrilmui when ho breaks he gains. He
trotted In the mittliinu lust summer, beating a hold of
six bones, which were considered the fastest mud
burses In Chicago. Ito pul In it hunt In 3:3444. lie Is
warranted to slum‘lvZ.'nir tn> sale, itu was sited bv
Volunioor, the ilroof.bt. .lullon. dam by Itysdyk's
llnmblutoufan. Amm-leuit Uoy cost (I,3UJ last April
In Kuimickyt will ptko *(JI for him now, und show
ttio time named. Will also give guarantee as to
soundness, e.e. Will give purchaser satisfactory
reasons for bolng compelled to oiler him so tow, und
will give a Satisfactory trial.
Also, u good, young, sound, family, rend, or business
horse, PI Imnds high, weighs I,mu (annuls, has tlowiug
mime, and lull to ilia ground! can show » minutest
thM will buy hint! he Is worth Mai.
Ali>o. flue buggies, mini wagons, lino harncM, rebus,
blankets. mi ulnumit white Ducky .Mountain hear
robe fnrliS. coal Hit hint winters un oxtm light truck
sulky ni your own prlcu.
MUibluUxtures. store. etc., etc.
AGENTREMAN IS COMPERRED TO
aull at any sncilllco thu well-known trotting
tioiro lauly K.t 1% hands. rich bay, « year* old hist
spring. and will bu warranted In every particular: will
gtvo parebusor thirty days’ trial, and to encourage
Immediate aide will aull tiorfor t%i>. Hho waa aired
by Voting Allen, ho by uld Kthnn AUou. dam a Mor*
pun mare. Hlio can trot three houtn any tlmu wltliuni
handling bettor than that). Was raised at Whlio
Jllvor Junction, Vi., unO la unu of thu boat catted
nmroa In llio country. - Also vury line pair of black
bear robua nnd aut or Dunacoub harness at ouartor
value. 1-tUtl Wulmsh-av. ■
AT JOHN MITCHELL'S, IDO EAST
xjl Wuslilngton-si.—Horses of nil kind*, carriages,
buggies, and harness. new and suouud'liHiiil. utlow
prices: or will exchange. Cash advance* made.
17*OR SALE—ONE FINE CARRIAGE
J toniii, uml three good single driver*. Call ut 1U&
nnd HIT KUANK TItUIIKU..
Horses. wiNTEREi)--A'r ikiwner’s
Uruvu.- Tuti years’ elty references. Horses
with corn*, guurior emcks, or cuntiuiited feet, etc.,
treated ut sninll cbiirgo bv ex]>eilumvd vetorimirr
who I* In charge of UieMuble. I*olll postal to KItKD
M, WOODS, Duwner’s Drove, or ho Duurbori>**u
ir WANirTd iiuy'K'iu CAsn'sbMß
X big. heavy horses to take West: 1 don’t cure If
they uru unsound, but they must be cheap: state
weight, lowest price, and where 1 can sou them: 1
want he trial. Address K&l, Tribune ulllctn
QLEIGJIS—A FINE STOCK OF ARR
O stylos ut wholesale uud retail, I. 8. TOWKJI X
into., mi Bmitli Clhium-at.
rpHB RARGES'i' ST()t3K OF NEW AND
X sncond-huiid linrnoss In Chlcngoi also n line lot
of wolf and butfulu robes, blankets, willin', etc., will
basold at any reasonable utfer. 11, C. WAI.KKIt,
jUiundilM btute-sL
\I7"ANTEI)-A YOUNG, J.ARGE, AND
VV lively burse, worth from lISJ to rwucuili. All.,
150 Dourborn*sU. Itooui in,
WANTED-A MAN TO CLEAN HAR
> V nos* nnd drive extra. Also hosttor. At
Wnbush-uv. ■
l\ilt TJNJMtSjrANTiW,_
PARTNER WANTED-TO <«0 WEST
and open a (Ust-cluis grocery or general store,
(iood references given amt .required. Address I* P,
Tribune omco.
PARTNER WANTED WITH S‘J,SOO
vusli, to trike an Interest In miinuructiirlng bust
ness. Thu guodsnianntucturud Imvo mi Imimnllulu
denmnd und sold lo inanufneiiirm und vrhulu»ulu
dealers only.' Uoort security pi vun tlmt ft pruNt of nut
lons ihsii’.i/por cent pur month itnurniituoil. fanner
answering mun liuvu good references. For porsuiml
Interview only, address 31 U>, Tribune olllco.
TDAIITKKIt WASTED—A I’ERSON
I having »4,UUcnn lunrli of u favorublu epportuii-
Kv to Invest in n legitimate und largely paying busi
ness by addressing J 0 I. Trlbuno onlru. None but
those bating the money and meaning business need
reply. -
\X>ANTEI)-I'AUTXEK WITH SA,OUO
VV or bMOJ In imnmfucturlng biulness nicely es
tablished! one comimiunt to tuku clmruo of Intoks
and act us salfsinun la boot und shoe (rude. Address
M SI, TTlbunu olllco.
CLAIHVOYANTS'
A""' LL iIKCOMMEND JIUS. EUANKS, l«U
West JdudUoiiHit.. best advisor on love, murrlugo
family, or business troubles. Fuus, in corns to iL
TV/THSr”UUALMKUS, VAPOU iIATUS
XYX und mugello troatuiuuU lif West Washing
ton-st.
its. SILVEUSTON, NATUKAL
clairvoyant, Uunoe. tost, business! sitting und
muguutlu uwutiuwatUully. WBouth tircun-st.. ujcstulis.
r piIE~NOTED DAUGUTEU OK ItlllXE-
X land. Miss Catherine, thu Ueruuu giantess and
celebrated aiaguetlu huulor and clairvoyant! the onlv
reliable business adviser in thu cltyi lulls pest, pres
ent. und futures cun be consuhudut IS) South Clark
st.. Uuout 13.
STORAGE.
IIICAGO STOUAOE COMKANV.IiwTO
AUUandolph-st.. have the finest wuroruoms uud
pest Includes In the city lor storing furniture, piuuus,
uiembandU*. etc. fu>w rates. Advuucos made.
STOUAUE KOU KUILNITUJIE, liUOGIES,
etc., cheapest and best In city advances at low
rates. tiKOUIIK I'AfUtt. luSaud fdi Wost Monroe.
hrufUASl HNG-.MACIUNE STORAGE
X and reshkpment wanted! soma good huusutn
Ctncago (one sogualntod with ogrtculturul-luiplumunt
buslDesspreferrudi to receive, store, and forward
thrashers, anglues, and repairs. J tv, Tribune otticu.
THE CHICAGO TKIISLUNK: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1881— TWELVE PAGES.
CITY REAL ESTATE,
U<m SALK-BY CHAH. CJiKAVEU &
,lj SON*.
2 stores on South Watnr-sl.
H .lores mi i.Uhll-SI.
1 store mi .M'iiinii'.«L
A splendid comeron Vuu Hiiron-sU
*3 stores mi Slate-si.
4 dwelling-houses nn Ellls-av.
■J dwelling-houses nn l.uke-uv.
*Jdw<*Hlng-ti"ii«us nn Thirty-sc venth-iU
•J dwclllng-honscs on Abllhe-sunare.
I dwelhng-hotisH on Kills Park.
3 dwelling-houses nn Viiu-ennes-nr.
3 dwell'tig-honsca on Johnum-pluco.
3 dwelling-houses nn Kunn-itr.
‘(dwelling-houses nn Korilethsl.
I house, with Inrun lot. nn Dakwond-aY.
I house nn Vcrimn-nv.
hsplcndld In run corners on Oukwood-av.
JMi font, unimproved, nn Kllli-nv,
2.56 lent, unimproved, on Ltike-av.
Nil ioH, unimproved. mi Mlohluan-av,
4HJ feet, unimproved. nn Wniiush-nv.
:ijj rent in rent nn WulMsh-nr.. iw year*,
ftw lent nn the boulevards.
Lot* nn several streets in Hyde Dark.
'nit* slopes urn from ftl.lUJ to 11/AI.UUUoACb.
The houses from U.Vpmo lII.UU.
Some nr llmm great bargains. full at ourodlcH,
Bin! examine for yourselves.
'iTIOR SAM:-
X Miciiiguti-av.: ncarTwoniy-Mrat-st.. alone, swell
front, with iiteiixiint niitlnnkt well built ny nwnnr.
who sells nil account of removal from fhlnijo.
Mlchlgan-av.. stnnu I rout, iiciirTwclllli-sl., II.VUUI.
.Mlchlgan-av., stone, ne.trTwentv-nlnUi si..
Michigan-ar.. near Twoniy-Uilrd-si.,;t4xlsu feet, ru
runt.
Mtchlgnn-iiv., corner Kiln-si. incur Thirty-sis th), till
xls* tuet, east und south frnntsi bargain.
I’ralrle-nv., nunr Twenty-slxth-su, irnml frnme
linuannn brick hu«i*tiioiilt largo. deep lots cheap and
nn very favorable terms.
Douglu.i-nr. i Thlriy-rlftM*sl.ii, corner of Vornon-nv..
hrii-K uml stnmi limi-e, the twn.stnry brick burn, bus
water, uni. sewer, cnathiniin's room, ate., chonu.
I'ulumci-iiv.. nitnr Twenty-Uilrd-si., brick uml stone
home mid burn In eomplule order.
South I’nik-uv.. corner Twcnty-tblrd-st., 60x166
feel, vacant, Desirable nnd cheap.
Twcnty-HUhst. near the hike, largo stoiio-front
bruise, very cheap.
Wnbaih-av., near Slxteenth-su, house nnd lot that
will noun be business property.
Druxel-benlevurd, corner of Oakwond. Wxlii'ifeul.
Business cornur. Ilurunln.
Oukwooil-nr., corner Kllls-nv., 3D)xbl6 foeL
Apply to 11, .M. SHMtWODD .7 Dourborn-st.
incm SAMS-lU* K. S. UUEVKIIdcCO.,
■ 8n Winhtntflon-st.!
i/ixbP. niiriheuil eornar Cnlumct-ov. nnd Thirty*
lirtli-Pl. See us nnd iiniko nn offer.
I.vitivi,,(intpr Axtor urd Ooetho-il*., near Lake
SJinriMlrlvui n biinmln.
< u’ltllii, corner lHmrborn«av. and Erle-sU
illxlNi. (*ijrner Ocnrlmrn-ttv. mid DlvHlon-st. This
li tlm iiiii'ti nirnur on »i>arb<irn*nv.
Hi.xlW, enrttor MuilUnn-st. mm Ail)land-uv.
I7xltli. toriiiT Norib t'lork und Iliifon-iiH.
- corner North Clark mid Wlicuniln'His,
Nixl.VJ, firintr lliiiMtuil. MllwaukeoMiV., und indl*
nnii-st, imrlly Htibrervil.
a* feet, improved, corner North Clark und Olilo-it*.
UixbU, Imprurud, vurtier of Mouth Wntur-st. und
MleUlsiin-nv.
VUix-in. corner Mndlion-H. nnd Central Park.
6»xl.’iU, corner North Mule and Goutlie*Hls,
\TOH SALE-BY ELLIOTT & CLARK:
X VY f KSI' IM AI >ISi IN - ST.:
*43,UXI-Twn 2-story frumo buildings, lot 48x135: flno
location.
(3U.Wd-l-i>tiiry nnd basement store building, Hals
above, &ix7U: lot 3.1x13.5: rents for 13.30.
(I3.URi-3-stery frame store, brick bnrnj lot 36x300.
HU.lkb-3-storv and basement innrble front store und
lintF, Ui tlrst-clnss onion rented (or tl.llii.
KVCO-3-slory tirlck more und lluiv'DriMi lul 20x IZ>(
sniilli fiontt now rented lit I.VJ,
15,500—3-slorr frame house and lot. icixbA This lot la
worth Ino tnomuv. KLLIOTT & CI.AIIK.
20 lllock, northwest curnor of Itundolph
und l.ariulle-sts. ___________________
F~" OU*SALE—BYMATSON HIM,, ROOM
l (iraniil* Work. Ni>, IU Dearborn-sv.:
KOUU lIIUAVN-STOMt-FItONT UKsJDE.NTKS.
Two In vicinity of Twentv-socond-at. and two In
vicinity of Thlrty-tlm-st. Three Imve dining-room
and klicbon mi parlor Hour. Prices aro respectively
IIWWI. fis,nki, ((s.uNt. and HAlrtl.
Also other houses on South Side not generally
kiiuwii to bo for sale.
17011 SALE—‘J-STORY-HOUSE, WITH
JU lot. Fourth-av., nuur llarrlson-st.
Tno-storv house, with lot, Ktnto-st., nonr Forty
sixth.
10 loin, South Duurborn-sU, near l-orly-fourth.
IU lots stitte-pt., near Flllv-thlnl.
40x1111 Kliniinrk-uv.. near rlfly-fonrth-st.
4U lots. llolfumn and Fullerton-uvs.. lour miles from
Courl-llniHe. outside Urn limits, occcsslblo hy horso
und sterna can. rtJOOto Mill per lot. ;
Bo' W qshlnuimi-M.
Irion samc-hv ioomott & claiik
} IVi.JJViA orU neros nl Union tCoek-Ynrds.wUh
private street and rlutit to conneei with the tmeks of
the Union Stork-turd X Transit Coionuny. Tills
property Is south of und adjoining the A Morion I’uck-
Inu'llotisv. KLLIUTT ACI.AItK.
CU Alutropulltnn lllovk. northwest corner of llundolph
ana i.iisuhn-sis.
170 K SAMS— HY MATSON lIILL.UOU.M
J I Urunnls lllock. 115 Deurborn-nt.:
HANDSOME STO.NK-FHUNTiKMJjiE-lrooms doop,
in vory desirable nelghborhooil. on one of
the avenues south of Twuntr-necond-at.,
lot 87x1*5 rout to alley. House hits recently
been put In perfect order, und tho purchaser
will have no money to spend in repairs or
decorations. dj/MIL A bunmln.
FOU SAMC-S-TiO CASH WIM, HUY LOT
35x135. smith front. Uth lot west of Idncoln-st. on
OUln-sl., 1 block from Imllitna-sU curs. If this Is not
cheap, then nmlnng Is. I'erfoct Hilo. T. 11. 1IUV1).
Itomn 7. ITU Mudlson-sl.
Uion SALK—TI IK M-STOIiY - BRICK
jU building 5,7,4nd U .North Clark-su. bolonglua to
u non-resident nltu Is anxious to sell! It cun bo
bought at a ureal bargain. I’rlnclpals apply to J. G.
HA.H.’I/roN.llw Washmgtun-st. _ ■
IjlOU SALE—FOU MAXUFACTUmNd
JLj pnnmses, lltork 5. Pryor’s Sub., fronting Went
wurth-uv., and extending back to M. H. It- It. truck)
also crossed by tho “ V' to atock-Vurdi tmek.
MEAD A COW.
F)R SARE-TWO-STORY AM) HASE
inunt brick building oil Wont Bide. containing
tarea Huts, renting for price ft,ftu. .
K, 81.0880. N & CO., 170 l.tt Salle-st.
T7OR SALE—OHIO-ST., NEAR DKAK
JIJ born-nv., thruu-story uml buseiuoni ootngon
trout brick house. K. HLOSMIN A Co*
FOR SARE-OOX’J-W FEET ON RAKE*
nv.. lust north of Uukwook*uv. Ono of the tlncst
tuts m that vicinity: at a bargain.
' MKAD fc COK,
ItU l.a Bullo-sU
*ll*oll SARK—MAUIIRE FRONT BLOCK
Jj uf huuitus. paying 10 per coni not, A. PATTKU
fcO.N, HU l.u Bulle-st., Ituuni l>.
170KSALE-0N INDIANA-AV., NORTH
Jj of Thirty-nlnth-sl.. ugond M-ronm biick house
uml lot. with nirmtcu and cu* tlxiuruai H.UJU. h. A.
UUAtIU A CO.. U 6 Wnshlligtotl-st.
■IJIOR SARK— DEARRORN-AV., NEAR
Jj t.outhe-at., octagon stuno-front lonise. 11 rooms
duept brick barn. >l. HI.OSsO.S x CO., ISU lai tiullo-st.
17IOR SAI.E—RAUOE UIUCK JUJjTAUNO
} on North darkest., paying Hi per moil on fU,UD.
JIHNHY WAi.i'Klt .111., 10* Deurborn-sl,
T3IOR SARK-ON NORTH CRARK-ST..
Jj smith of Chlcugomv., desirable corner, with
stone-front bulldlmr. remaining three stores.
K. BI.UPJb IN A CO., ITU l.a Ballo-st.
ITUUI SALK—U lIONORE-ST.—-’-STORY
j und bnsuuumt brick: loliaxlij. MKAD A Coli,
HU l.u Bullosa
TT'OR SARK—I!KI FEET ON WASHING-
Jj tun buuluvurd, ouil uf ('ullfernluoiv.. ut u bar*
gulii. lIKNUV WAl.l.Kll .lit..
Uff ueurborii'St.
For sare-uo acres jus'r west 01
the Hloi-k*Vnnl*! u line truot for subdlvlibm
vury cheap. MKAD i L'UK. I« Jot sullo-st.
17*0 R SARE-A FINE STONE-FRONT
} residence on Purk-uv., near Unbm Parki Olbilw
ui Truniont Ulilgu, In Bou. I*. ;w, 14. , .
iloth piece* owned by u nun-resident, nnd ho Is
anxious to sell,
HKNUV WAl.l.Kll JU.. 107 Dearborn-si.
1710 R SARE-VAN RUREK*ST., NEAR
Jj Aslilund-uv.. stonu-fnint liuiihu, with brick burn.
K. HI.UBBQN X t:o.. KUl.nßullu-si.
T7*OR SARE—MICIIIGAN-AY.—5 STONE
Jj front und brick houses. tIi.UW to In the
nulghUirhood ofTwunty-nlmii-s.. und Mlclilgun-av.t
marble trout und 25 lb. near Ttilrluenth-st.. ut sIAiUI:
und brick, good residence and let. at MWUU: brick
house and & ft., near ■l l wuntyllilrd*su, 11. A.
UIdUCII. Itooni 7, UU Donrhurn-st.
'I2IOUSALK-AJIAIIGAIN I 80XW0, HAST
X front, on Cmml-st., between Van Huron unit lliir
mun. eiftuL inquire of JACUII WKII. * CO., ol
lluurborn-sl.
■CIOII SALE-lW FEET OX CALUMET
JO uv., noupThlrtyfourin-st.. east fronts will di
vide It It wished. MliAl) X COK.
UU l.u Hulla-st,
I7MJR SALK-NO. tUM INDiANA-AV..
X two-story und busumonl brick house. uoinplutu
mtivery detail! rents ut pil; brink barn. Irmi tunee.
■time sidewalk, me., mu.l lot 23x101 loot! SNWU, Ap
ply only to K. A. ItUAUii X CO.. Ui Washlngton-si.
I*oll SALE—S7,OOO—JKMW WAUASU-AV.,
I» a-*i,)ry basement und attic mono-front uotuuon,
tu rooms, modern Improvements! also 2-slory bnuk
burn, all In excellent repair.
Ot&o-No. iobnuUi baiiguuiun-»t.| cheap.
ll.tuo~.No. ww f mlrlo-av., 2-siory und busoment, 10
rooms, nlcoly IlnlsUodj Iramo burnt a bnnmln.
f.VAVIti X KMOT,
lluoins & und d UurJeo block, uu Uuudolpb.lt.
Tjiou”SALE-O?T\VEST MADISOX-ST.,
1? near Ann. 4S foul, with building, pnylug 10 jior
cunt nut. Also other brick und stone-front stores uu
Mudlsuu and dtulu-sts. U. tiLUtidO.v & I’ll..
UU 1m tiulle-rtt.__
•f?l)U SALE—HOOD FIIAME HOUSE,
Jj with very wide lot, in good locution. West dliioj
M.uU)> ngruul bunjslu. llls.NUt WAI.I.UU Jit., U)t
iJuttroorn-sP
SALE-A GOOD ikSTOItV FIIAME
JU house, dm rate barn, und int3dxlhifoot,ualu
eluna-avM nearTwenty-ninta-st.i fauiu.
F. A. UUACjIi X CO., UiWusblnglon-sU
ITUm SALE—SJ-STOUY AND EASEMENT
X brick on Vlticennus-av., nour TbhtysuvonUi/st.t
vuryebeap. MBADACUC, 111) Ua tiullu-st.
T7IOU SALE-HJO KiioNT (COU-
X tier of alluy and extending toO , 11. AQ. It. U.)
on Nowberry-uv., uovered with fruiuu houses Aus.
sit to Hi. renllna now at about II.UJU itur annuiut cun
•bo bought lor Ilium. F, A. UUAUU X CO., U> Wash-
Ingtcu-sb
■CIOU SALE—IOOXISONOUTIIKASTCOU-
X norduiuton and Osk-avs., and only one block
from tilxth Presbyterian Churchi a nnu lot for lm
prcvotmml. MKADACOb.
TTtOK SALE-STO FEET OX AItGUEU-AV.
X by 4t» feet on Quurry-st., with a two-story brick
uulldlug Usxlm foot, now used as a futvkiug bouse.
r. A. UltAUtl X CO., id Wssmugton st.
TTtOU SALE—tMJ NORTH FRANKLIN
X su—Now S-story and buseuiwnt brick, ft loom*
now rented at faun lotHxiaii wilt not taper cent on
price siksd. MtiAU A CCgilW Laballe-su
SUJWIiIiAN HEAL ESTA TK,
TT'nll SA iiK—IIVI IK I’Allk—.7)x iwi AN I)
JU Hothic tionru. m*nf Mfly-fourtli-st., **n Wnihlna*
ton-riv., rt.TOi .'Hf lie rt..<oia frame limiiu nod burn, on
Kn-ibirlck-iilm.x*. nunr nfiy-llilnl-su, ulro brick
IboiM* uiid .if M., pamu locadiy. %*,’*))•, mot, mi Mmt*
••oii.i*v., imitr Klfir-thlnb-1., H»|u*r foot) f«> feet,cor*
her > Hty.«ixlh*«t. und Wosiilnglim*r»., #«>. »nin*r
Myrto I'urk Mini Kenwootl pr«»portr. (alucres In sec*.
8, :w, 16, ticitr Hammond, ilxi pur nerr, qr wlll »*iil half
uunmofirti;**. .. >l. A. UMtlLIf,
Doom i. lit) Denrborn-st.
JU man. A Imautlful wtUutc *if 6 guml-*l*«il rtioun.
with oellnr. J*ist ffiiiahed, on tmellumlrcit mid KH
icoiiHi-hL. rii-ur Hlmor liieli (tround. excellent drain-
Min*. WIN be sold, with two lota, tl very moderate
brk-e. Terms, omi-mth cash, balance on lona time.
THOMAS SOANLAN. at tV. D. KnrfyolA Co.’s, 10
Wailiinirtnn-sl,, or 17. T. lIHOUKKIKI.D. Kenslnkton.
VOirsAlsK-CUKAI* irOTS IX LAKE
X View, within two blocks of l.lncoln-tiv. can*, und
In ttood ni'laliburliiMid. .
Alsu some very desirable nnd cheap Inis..with sow.
t*r nnd water, near the lake und u short distance'from
Ktn*4*| (>nra. .MiI'ONNKLL 11ROS.,
___ Room Ik W and ldl Wmnliurtiin-st.
lilOU SALK -LOT AXJ)* BLOCK IX
X renih Cltlcneo. Von can secure bnraalns ny pur
cliaslmt How. Tit lea perfect. D. St'l A VLQIt. _
OLKXGOK—ITcn'.SON THE
X almrour laike .Michigan,B) fee: übovo lake, at
IIUJ each, on ('■ nmntlily puynmnwi vo<xi schools,
churches, und cheap railroad faro* will allow lota free
anydur. IRA HltoWN. 143 la* Salient- lluotai.
IjUIU SALK—4U ACHES ON BELT UAH*-
X road ut lliu crossing of the Grand Trunk.
lU4.NRV VYAl.Lhll JR.,
■,i lu7 Deurborn-st.
mSA L Mi \t K wEST
X of (be cltr limits, ul ii burgnltft
HKNUY WALLER JKjIUT PaarbornoU.
IjIOU SALK—AT LA OILAXOK. SEVEN
X inllix from f'lneaite. beautiful residence lota ut
l-A (76. orlini! near hold: H i down, umlfe monUilyt
nflcr tlibnmntb tbev will ho 130.; Lots shown true,
IRA HltoWN. 113 Lu
r iiH)IL "sale —BY li. o: MOBKY, bT»
X Wasblnutoii.aL. five acres-on Slde-it., near
Korty-scvcnth-it.i will mibdlvblotlo good ad van luge,
nnd win be sold nt u decided bargain if sold ut once.
by order of n mnwcsMunt. f
IJMm''sA'i*E-Ii.O(W SQUA'BK FEET OF
X lend nt Downer’s Grutd lor WO. IK) down, KRKD
.M. Wouus. IW) Duarborn-st-
ITrTb' SALE— BBICK ANT) FBAMK.
X houses, near Oakland. forUau. K1..3U. (i.UH. fO.un.
undM..V<l. Lots nn Hewen. and Korly*
thlnl-si-., (;n und HU per foot, til F. 11KAD. Wilujur
Rlork. j
•UV/iFS,\I,K-m OU 8# AtlllßS A SNOUT
X distance nortliwe-t from Dulliimn. nnd rlosu to
dcjmi mi Weslern Indiana U. It. ■ IIKNItV WALLER
J It.. 107 Dcurborn-st. ■
|jMYBSALI:-35iA(:BES ON I’BINCTPAL
X street* near city llmitat nn excellent Invustmont.
S. K. G ROSS A Co., ty liourburn-sf.. Room 3.
IJH)U SALIC—OU BENT—AT VABK
X Rhlge, d-r.ioiii eottnufl. wltb two lots, Cakjs easy
imnii'inti; rent. I*. 161 Unndolph-st.. Room 3
ViWXTIt VItEAL ESTATE, .
T?o7fsALl^
X elieati-'K>3 acres on 1. C. It. It., h'. iiillch south of
I'Ulcnun. 3 tulles frbm Irwin; sol) Is rich sandy inain:
has good bii-story biiiiso: old uiVhiird, panturns, etc.
I’rlco pci- ucre. A.MiURWH 4 HUKHA.NS. No. iirf
Wnslilngton-st.
HEAL ESTATE WASTED.
WANTED-T 0 mJY A FIRST-CLASS
house on North Mule south of Klm-st., mid
oust of Chirk or liunrborh-ar., preferred. Address
N It. Tribune 'illicit.
i'XftMitfUislX.
Aguldsmid, loan office, i»» east
• M»dlfcon-st. (licenced). Established IridS. Utn
uiuml broker and bullion dealer. Cash j«Ud lor old
Buld and silver, diamonds. punrK oth., ole. Colorado
much, tuiy; l.unnier-st.. Denver.
AN\ AMOUNTS LOANED ON FUR
nlturc. pianos. nmehlnory.cte., without remov
al. mid other collaterals. Union reu»omibie. Itust
jhmm nirlctiy private. lift WwshhiKton-su. Kooips
IP mid ai.
Any amount loaned on furni
ture, pliiuon. etc., without removal, mid other
hei-urltlesat low rates. I.VJ llearhurn-dt.. Itooni 4.
Any amount to loan on furni
lure and plunoa without removal, til Umidolph
cu. itoom l.
ANY AMOUNTS TO JjOAN ON FUR
nltiire without removal, planus und other ituod
securities. ?J iJcurborn-wt.. ituoms U and <.
Advances on warehouse re
cclpls und unvthlntt. of vuluut lowest mice,
ori AWAV, Pit flarli-nt,. ItoomHU. Cull >U n. m. to 3.
Advances ox dlvmonds, dun us,
watches. etc., nt low rates. I). I.AUM-EU,
itooina 6 and il. I'AJ Itandulph-sU Established lt&»
Any amount to loan on furnl
turn mid pianos without removal, und nil pood
securities, at lowest rates. Ui lieurburn-su. Itoom 11.
I7UDUUTV MOWITn
Aj , HtormMJ AdViincus
out roiuuvul. or oumiods in ni
(AUK, LUA.X, AND
sun furnlturt!. elc., wlili*
minuo. b. Van Huron.
TJfIGIIKST I’UICE PAID FOK STATU
■I * buvtinr* nod Fidelity Hank book*. and Seutidl*
-finttarr ffaiionat Hank cuiilOoKie*. Tua holmes,
General Hrokor, M Waslilmaoti-su ■
TV/fONKY TO LOAN QN FUKNITUUE,
Xll. pianos. etc., without removal, mid on collator*
ula. ÜbOttUK I*A HU Y. Ijs ana Ml West Mouruu-st.
Money to loan at CURRENT
meson real estate. It. W. It YM AN. Jit., ACO,
serlMiriML
T\/TONEY TO LOAN ON CHICAGO
XVJL real estate in sums or fUXM to Ildl.UW.
lIBNIIV WAUJvII Jit.,
IVTOUTGAGE LOANS -MADE AND
XvJL ilrst mortgages bought on Improved city prop*
die and llllmilii farms. KIMUAI.U \OSBACU.,
Trlbunu lliillunig.
IDEAL ESTATE LOANS IN SUMS OF
JLV fS.iuland upward* aid percent not upon Ini*
proved city property. J.YMAN K J ACKtiUN, M Don*
land Block.
WONTED-ALL PEOPLE WHO WISH
V V to barrow money on city real estate at lowest
rule* to cull on us, UUfcB.NKUAUiIBO.S4, TJ Dear*
born»st-
wr e loan money on city heal
W estate ut lowest rates. I’KTKKSuN A UAV, lift
Kast lUiidolph»*t.
(\(\(\TO LOAN,CHICAGO MONEY
<pV)U«UVJV» iii auiu* of (1,1 m) and upwards,
from 1 to 0 your*, ut ll pur com. on improved properly
In Cook Conntyi no delay. 1.1.W18 A KNUl'l', Uooms
aiuidll Honlen IHnek. ir.i Itundolpli-Ht.
no usic no LJiJJ/JJJJJ.
TKOU PAiiLOU'’jTEl% FOK
I; the new iloimreli, the Umpire. and the A draw’s
folding buds go to the hmplre I'urlor Bedstead Co.,
:«| and ilst West Mudlsjii-su TliOy arc " lleiidguar*
tors lor Folding Heds.” see them. .
IpOK SALK-AT A KAKGAIN—ONE
J range. tour tallies, lut of glass and crockery
ware, and full set kitchen menslls suitable for u
small tirst*class restaurant or familyi nearly new,
Imvlmt been used but a few weeks. Address], MU,
Trlbunu oßlee.
TOU JIN ITUKK, CA KI’KTS, STUVJSS, ETC.
Jj • AT J.UW CASH I'UICKSi
on ea»r iwymenu*.
blilvmlnl >tovk. KttlriK'uUnif.
Upon cvoiiloh*.
3. \V. &i. 11. HTOVI V.
IJIOR SALK—THK FURNITURK AND
Jj carpel* complete ol n foiir*room tints will bo auld
uiu barttatn It lukun m once. i'i3HoUu«kk-«u
IjiORSALK-STOVH. A RASK-lIKATKR.
JU In uuud condition. jmiolru at xubuntii Hamm*
>nv>n-»t.
HOYAL RANOKS. (USING SUN
rnnuua. Kverr oiiesiuaranleud. Aakyourdoal*
er. Mudu by_U. H. Foundry Co.. UUu 100 iirfo-au_
X ttti mid Wu>t Madlixm-X., sell all klmla of
liuuaeliold pnoda on monthly imyment* at low prlcua.
MUSICAL
SKf or MA*
P chimiry for the manufacture and repair of till
funds or musical Instruments, in good order, nt a bur*
gain. I. UI. Tribune uHicu.
HALLKT, VIANGS
n.1v.8 ii.o.
W. W. KIMUAI.I. MONTII J?W | fX\. U KNa«
KMI.’HSON
W, W. KlMllAl.l/B,
Corner Blatu and Adam*.
PIANOS.
STOUV & CAM! 1
riA.NUd St OUOANB.
I*tsild 190 BTATK-ST,
'IMIEI’UVULAU li/11M
X KI.MHAM< OIK AN.
New design of i a..Miu.toui i . i|AUjt
Corner Mato and Adams-sls.
T7OSK & SONS IMANOS—in’IIUIIITS,
V squares! fully warranlodi-usmbllshed Kilt low
piluesi •IDnnmtUli. ADAM nil Alii'. Sid W, Madison.
a a i:\ts it . 1 xtjs o.
Traim’s^wffiir^rir'aDraeriris
X\. thu city, good payi permanent contract. Ad*
UrnssJ 61. Tribune üßicc.
AGENTS WANTED—LIDEUAL All*
rwngeuiunls made wltu agents for Uffinsuruiice
on ahepiMid Homan's plant same us tlrednsuranco,
at oeioul eununi oust. W. 11. M.I.S, lluom I Now
land Uluek, cornur Uearborn and Monrou*sts.
a (Tents wanted-evidence riio-
X3l dueedatolllcoor by wall that energetic men
u.ear tIMu Per week w.lh our auudsun sutajl cap*
lial. Call uiidinvostlgatu or send stamp litr upon.
MHltltll.l, A 1.0., Iff aud W North Clark-st.. Chicago.
JXSTUUVTJOy.
170 CUtTN-SAMWI7i^YZBI'K
teueber of elocution and dramaPe an. Uvonlng
class meets Tuesday, at *. Initrucllun jrflvale and lu
classes. Hoorn b) Cuulret Maslu*Mal>. .
TJUIVATK INSTUUCTION (UVEN IN
X uatlieuiuvlcs, laiiguavvm and all brunches taught
ui schools and college courses. Address triti,'tribune.
AlTo 111,1)1.1Kif'rO MAKK AHUANOK
TT menu to learn a few hngtlsb brauettss with
some married lady at ber home by a lady. Address i
Irt. 'tribune uince.
tor /:y'r~irorrsics.
North side.
TO UKNT-O.VLV TO I’A I LTV WHO
will buy furiilturo. ;i-»tory nnd buemont brick
owpiiiitii, iieuriyopiioiiie nmm entrance to Lincoln
Piirki rontonlyllJ pur month. J. 4J. ,M. GAMHI.K,
46 DentbmiviL
rpo UKN T-FIK.ST-CLA.SS STOXfS-
X front honso corner of Wlicunilicrt and North
Fnrk-nr. SCOTT ft GAGK. No. 41 South Clark.
rpo UKN'r-TWO-HTOUV AND HASH-
X meet ten room brick bouse, lK*nutlfi)lly for*
nishrd! modern Improrements* owner would board
If agreeable* Htato and Clnrk-ft., cars within one
block of house. Kor particulars cult at Dm house. UM
ltnyton-st.
Wkst Side.
rpo UKXT-WT.ST SIOK-TWO-STOUY
X frame ilwnlMnß] 13 rooms: modern Improve,
inentsi largo lot tn feet front: with barm No, ID
Tbroop-si.. Mortbeusl corner Wcat Harrison. Apply
to.I. A.LAI. GAMIII.K.4I Dcarborn-sk. Uooni.V
rpo UKX'r-N. W. L'OILNKII ADAMS ST.
X. nnd Western-nv., house li mums, bath. etc. Lot,
b»i*|6o feet. Stable, etc. Kverything complete. 11.
I'OTWIN, I'M Waslnnylun-st.
SOUTH SIDE.
rpo KENT—DOS INDIAXA-AV., FOim*
X teen rooms, In good order: rerv desirable; now
vacant. C. 11. SaWY r;lt.
lid Hcartorn-st.
SUBURBAN.
rpo JtKN-N.I{OOM COTTAGE HOUSE,
X deep lot. with good barn: Igtngtey-ar.. between
Korly-tlfih und Korty-slxlh-sts. Addrnsa K CO. 'J'rlb*
une ufflc.
South Side.
rpo BENT—ELEGANT 7-BOOM FLATS
J. In brand new buildings 3U3J Mlchl«nn-«v,i alt
coiiventvnces: (60und l.i.i. J. lIAMHLKTON, A,
Clurk-sl.. Room 13.
SOUTH SIDE.
rpo BEX T—SUITE OK ELEGANT
X. moms suitable for u bachelor, or man und wife.
In MoVlcker’s Theiitro linllding. Those lire very de
sinibte onurters. and will bo runted low. Address 1.
61 It. Tribune ulllco. .
rpd* BENT-A LABGE KBtIXT AXli
X buck room, bath-room on same door, furnished
or unfurnished. Rest of ruferencus given und re
quired, .stil Vinconiies-nv.
rpo BENT-A UESIUABLE FRONT
X room in a private famlivi nil comferUt close to
I'ost-UrtiiM. Address J ’>l, 'J'rlbunu olltce.
rpo Ylevi^Tcely~i^bxisiied
X rooms, one parlor riieni with bay window, also
one alcove room, with nil modern conveniences, cor
ner Twentysecond-sl. nnd South I'ark-av.
rpo BENT—FIBST • CI.ASS BOOMS,
X nandsomoly furnlsbod. 74 und *6 Adnms-it.
rpo B ViTb NIS Ii K D BfTo.M.S COM-
X pletc, for housekeeping. 1631 Wubasli-uv.
rp(7~BENT-FUBXISHEI)-BACK FAB-
X lor und budnmni. No. IW7 Wnbash-nv.
North sxdr.
rpo BENT-ONE OB TWO VEUY DE-
X slrablu furnished large front rooms, heated, hut
und cold water, gas. und buth. 3V*7Uhlo-»t. corner of
Cus».| ■
rpo BENT FUJJNJSUED BOOM TO
X gentlemen: private fni-llr. 317 Nortii Mtutc-sU
rpO RENT-ELEGANT ROOM FOR
JL two uuntleinen or hulled, with usn of sllUmr
rnonii liouiml. pus, bath and homo comforts. lt»i
North J.a thilie-st.. up-stairs.
rpo RENT—TWO NICELY FURNISHED
JL front room*. Call at it Wnshhutton-place.
rno RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
X rooms tor pontlouicn or lltflu huusekcenlmt at
Ut OhUi'BU
West Side.
rpO 1I ENT—B IO WAS 111 N( »TON-ST., COR-
X tier tinkler, eottaec in tlno order*. ttli. 11. C.
MoUinvn. Washlruttori-st.
rpu’inONT-.riM.EASAN'I’ FURNISHED
X room, with hoi and cold water. Apply at No, 117
e*t Admnn-m.
TO JtEST—S I'OKES, OJ'EiiJES, *Cc
Stores.
rpo RENT-STOKE AND RASEMENT
X In block northwest corner Mlclilpnn-av. und
’rulriy-llrat-sL L. J. ItAMHI.KTO.N, Uo (.'lurk-tb,
Itoom pi.
rpo RENT-PART OF A STORE, AND
X fixtures for sale If desired. Apply nt ltd Dear
born-st. Kent EH
OFFICES.
rpo RENT-ROOM FOU TWO DESKS
X nlttl.MadUon-st.l no bettor or convenient loea
ttun tn the city. Rent reasonable.
MISOELDANEOUb.
rpo RENT-JW AND 40 MICIIIGAN-ST.,
X wlthatoum.
rno UKNT—S-STOUY BIUCK UAKN, NO.
JL Mleliik’an-ur.
jrANTKV—TO HUNT.
WANTKD-TO KENT-KY A YOUNG
married couple, <um or two unfurnished mom*
in a respectable private fitmlljr; mum be in tlto neigh
borhood of Green and .Mudlaori*sla. Address J 60,
Tribune onice.
WANTKD-TO KENT —DY 3 HELD
abluyounit gentlemen, two nk-u connecting
rooms In private family residing on or about Mluhl*
gim-uv., tiurlli of Twetfih-st. Address J Ui. Tribune.
WANTED— TO KENT-KY KESKECT
nbIe young gentleman, nicely furnished mum
nt uncoi must bo in vloiu vicinity of Vim Huron, .Mor
gan, atm AborUecn-st*. Addresa J Cl, Trlbunu uftico.
WANTKD-TO KENT—KV .MAN AND
wife for light housekeeping ttiruv unfurnlsliod
rooms, uxcojit u* to enroot*, convenient to Ttilny
ilrst, Thlm-llllh. or Thirlyiilnih*st. depot, oust of
Couture tirovo. Address U M 41. Tribune oihco.
WANTED -TO KENT-A SMALL
vV - llakcry anywhere wltliiii tiro to ton miles of
tlioclly. Addros* IIAKKU, OA West Monroe-st.
WANTED— 'I*o KENT—KY A GENTLE*
man uud wife,‘J handsomely furnished rooms,
on soi’iihd door, with or without board. North 81do,
oust of CluiVbU Addre** M <9. Tribune ußtee.
WANTED-TO KENT—FROM JAN. 1
or li, small store In wholesale dimrlclt Ilrst or
second Hour. Mute locution and terms. Address J
49, Tribune oßlue.
WANTED -TO KENT-ON SOUTH
tHdo, north of Thlrtloiti-st. uud cast of Wn*
eusli-BV.. a small house, tint, or apart mem* of six or
seven room*, suitable tor housekeeping. by it gentle*
man and alio accustomed to the best society of the
tions, and rent. Deferences exchanged if desired.
1* 11. Tribune oßlee.
WANTKD-TO KENT—I*AUT OF OF-
Uce, or deskToom. on loike-sl., between Htuto
and Market, by the renreseniatlve of un Knstern
inunnfnelory. Address M 77, Tribune oßlee.
IWSJXKSS CUAXCES.
Bake i i v," n a'i * lk ase!
best street restaurant, a fortune, fur sale to the
rbdit man. Address .M 81. Tribune oilice.
T7IOR SALK— «O.WX)-UALK OU ALL
Ij down, nil the hirmiuro und fixture* In a wind
liulul of Hi with Hue (dunot ttita
homo la on comur, and In the very heart of (ho bust*
ties* In rincatfo.
Ut'Hl IH *
fMkO-Unu ot (ho beat imylntf ruml houaca around
CliicHifot willaell (dune. liltlhmMnbtoa, bur and iu»
tore*: nil Ihu lurnltme cointilvie lor H.UU: over two
year* lenaui lhl« homo p«ya, over fl.Ull |>«r months
them I* no butter chanceottered fcirayoumniiani it
In the hex und lineal house of the kind In the county.
Cull at once. T. 11. IIOVO. Uonni 7. IIP .tladlaon-at.
*m)U SALK—A FLOURISHING’ IJUSI*
I' nuia—honaubuld Knud*, aluhlu and fancy trued*,
iuillona, novelties eie.-on one of (lie nrlnultml
atreutit In ihla eliy, t:o«i«l loiailuo, low rum, every
tlilntf autlatuctory: n Uoeldudlv stood chaneo for one
with aiimll tui'Uul! owner obllued to return to Klorl
du on account of poor healtli. Addruaa 1* ID, Tribune.
I7IUK SAhE-OUTO UKNT-OS CLAUK*
Ij »u, between Madison and VVmdiliigloii.onu of Dm
best stand* in iliu city tor saloon uml rvsiunnuit.wlth
line sutures complete,»« thntitcun bo opened nl
onre: nxiuresnlunn comfViM. Applyul once. M.
MvXKIJ,U Hoorna. ‘£U Noiilb Clark-st.
liiou «ALE - lIAItDWAHE STOCK.
Jj splendid assortment. itud stove*! no bettor loon*
Hons doing nlee hnslnuiss will Invoice about £i.iMl.
Address 1, iU. Trluuno ortico.
IjIOU SAJiK-UHOCKUY STOCK. NOT
1' larges t heup lease and splendid lucutton; Rood
climu't. Address I. id. Tribune otlico. _
1 "70 ii SAL E—N(V I* lON COMMISSION
j business! Rood aivounlai well established. Ad*
Urus* J 4S, Tribune ollleu.
SALK—A CLEAN. WELL*A.SSUUT*
AJ ed stock of iicnorul merchandise in u Rood town
lot miles l rum Chicago, on the I. c. si. It., doing n
wood husldes*. A (litre** UKI Nul.ltd iilioa., I.osuiil,
lA&alluCojiniy. 111.
mb' MAN UK ACT UIIK KS AND HUSI*
I iiOM-uiun.—ltocu Kails, lIL. located atthpjuno*
doit of thu C.. U. Ag„ C. A Nv w.J and U. U.. 1. A Bu
I* Hallways, Is tbu largest manuucturlng town of iti
age In tiiu nest. end oners unusual advantages to
manufacturers of utmost any commodity. It bas a
lanto uud enduring waterpower, which, when fully
developed, will support u city of cUiul inhabitant*.
Its railwuy fatlllllo* mo No. 1 in every respect.
Improved waterpower lor sale lit lame or small
quantities at low ngurua mid on easy terms. Also,
room ana tKtwur to rent lor largo or small business,
In new brick building, very low.
livery possible encouragement Is offered to maau*
fstiurwr* mid others to locate here. . ~
rijd,(U> worth of unimproved wulurtiowor ana uoa
will ho donated to lurrtlus Improving (lie same.
Address A. I*. bMITII, Kuca Kail*. 111.
Helen lu thu management of the t*» U« «y. U. It.
Company, Chicago. Hi __
-IITANTED-KO U AN ai.U-ESTAD-
W llshcd house la New York tin notions and iuucy
drygoudst two experienced salesmen lu Iravel In
Colorado, New Mexico. Utah. Idaho, and Dakota.
Address 11 \v F. ore terrier No. IM.
u*ik nnn VvTll duhciiase a man
ufaeturliur hiulness tlmt will i«y
|.|i.UJJt4)|od.lU)youfly! ihoarllelu is In universal use,
Is staple lu thu grocery, hardware, and bonsorluriilsh-
Ing trade, and.ituliig proteoiea by four patents. I* a
tuonupolyi this unusual uflerls made because the
owner Is sick and must retire from ail business, vull
particulars bv addressing J iH ’l'flbuno orocQ;
TO UXCHANGK
rro“EX€IiAN«R-A'B!C
Xlna ttr»l*cluss manufacturing lown for a good
farm or eliy property. VVIII pay differeuco If any in
t-usb. I.KWIB 4 K.sin-j', llootus b and (1 Uonlen
Uluck.WUouaolpb-st.
WANTED—MALK HKLP,
BOOKKEEPERS- CLERICS. Ac.
WANTKD-A HOY, i:i TO Iff YEARS
TV old.to make himself useful In nn nßlrut
mint write b good hand, be correct In figures. end
give (rood references. it M. Tribune otrice.
W/’ANTED—A 110 VTO TEND A CIGAR
TV store. Mint hnvn stood references. and sumo
knowledge of cho business. Pall at la; Month f.'lark.
wANT K I) PHONOGRAPHER—A
TV ynuntfninnt nun preferred who hM a knowl
edge of bookkeeping and can make himself useful In
nn uftlcw. AdilreMJ 7U. Tribune office.
WANTED-A NO. I COLLECTOR,
TV and he must be ft good ones flood chance for
rlflhl party, J. W. FJKItOK. Itt Itandolph-st., Koums
1 and if.
"UTANTED-RY MANDKL PROS., 121
y V and lit Stain-st, two or three part 01-wrappor*
who hnvu had retail dry-goods experience. Apply at
once to Htiperitrtemlent.
WANTED-ROV K» OR 1H YEA US OLD
In roili-estate ottlce. DOCTOR H. PLACE, 147
l.n Salle-st., basement. .
W” ‘ anted-a'S*odng man w oiTw
rears old as assistant In a druir-storut oue with
l_or a years' csperlence. 671 West Madlsun-sU
W~ ANTED—A PACKER; ONE WHO
can pack stationer* and druggists' sundries
and mark well preferred. I* M. 'l'ribnnn nfltce.
■\XTANTED-A SMART. ACTIVE, IN-
T V indigent boy for general office work In whole
sale house! rne with some experience preferred.
Address, staling age, with reference. I**, Tribune.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN AC-
Uiuitnlcd In city and experienced In selling to
book-stores nnd news-dealers. Address N 3, Trib
une m«c«.
WANT ED-AN ACTIVE ROY TO ACT
as office messenger In It. It. onicci salary. WJ
IHtrumnth. Address, in own handwriting, NI, Trib
une office. ■ _
WANTED-MEN OK GOOD ADDRESS.
Cit West Madlsun-SU V. M. UILUE X CO.,
publishers.
WANTED STENOGRAPHER FOR
correspondence, and when not thus employed
to take up othar office writing. Prefer one to use
type-writer. State salary expected nnd reference*.
Pi'niiHiiimt position. Address Manufacturers.
Drawer 5. Kreepori. HI.
*IXTANTED—YOUNG MAN WITH EX
VV perionce n* saleiinuu In our curtain depart
ment: good chance for advancement for rlflhl man.
Address K 60. Tribune office.
WANTED-A RELIABLE OFFICE
boy, Jjf* |H roar* old. Must be a good pen
man. ItXS'NKV A t.MI.K. USMnUlion-st.
Trader.
WANTED-CIOAR MAKERS CAN
tlnd steady employment at the following prices:
Clear sued. (?: seed nnd Havana. Ilu to 112 per millc,
ICI) AECHKKMA.NN A CO.. Milwaukee. Wls.
TIT A NTED—A COMPETENT AND EX-
T V pcrlenced brnss-niolder. Apply nt noon to
day at (loom 1. 125 Dearboru-st.
WANTED-WOOD TUUNEUON ENDS
for curtain polos. SAMMONS. CLAUIC A CO.,
Clark and Twelfth-sl*.
WANTED - 2 FIRST-CLASS J3ooK
blnders. hlnnk and nmgnilne forwarders; nmio
but ezuerlencen bands need apply. Address nt once,
wttli required wattes. 11. (». KAKAI.L A CO., <3d and
<22 Kant Wator-st.. Milwaukee. Wla. •
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED CARD
er to lake cimnte of room. Address, with ref
erences. Hanover Manufacturing Co.. Hanover, 111.
WANTED— DAIRYMAN WITH FAM
lly to do dairy work. I’ermanenl situation.
Address Oil. U. 11. HuTrs*. i.onl*lnna. Mo.
AITANTED—PLASTERERS TO TAKE
TT contract to plaster tire buildings at I.* <• range,
Tunics from city, at once. Apply to UAUNKUA
HL'TI.KIt. llixiiii 4,142 U rinllo-st.
TITANTED-A FIRST-CLASS ELECTRO
YV typer finisher: wages fl'l per week. Totho right
limn HTimim’iii employment. Address, with refer
ence. 11. I*. I’KI.OL'UE A SON. 7 Hank Mine. Haiti
more.
COACHMEN, TEAMSTERS.
WAMTED-A GOOD MAN TO TAKE
euro of four horses and work around bouse;
wages ||,t per iiinnili and board. Address nt unco JII,
Tribune oUH o. ■
WANTED— CARRIAGE AND BUGGY
washer, ilrst-clusa or do nut apply. 151 and 45>l
htitie-sL
Employment Aoknciep.
WANTED-.V)O RAI BROAD LABORERS
fordinereiit flutes; witgesfl.*.! to fi: (roe fare;
7U wood-choppers. 2UJ tie-makers. ;«l for the South
ern Stales at fJ per day. with cheap fare. For par
t.eulurs iitll on CHUIM’I'IAN A CU.. TO South Water
at., and p» South Canul-st.
VirANTED—ALL THE LABORERS I
VV can gel tort'. AN. W. Co. In lowa.* Michigan,
and Wisconsin, <1.55 to 12 per day; IDU for Minnesota;
fiuu fare: .Vo for Missouri and Tennesson; cheap
fare. AtJ.ll. HI’KIUIKCK’S.2I Westliundolph-st.
MIBOELLANROUa.
\irANTED—AS TRAVELING SALES-
Y V limn, an energetic young man. well acquainted
min the buyers for the bust rutail houses In the large
towiißul Minnesota, lewn. and Wisconsin. Chsmo
t»r must ho A I. and must posses* a thorough knuwl
edge of laces, embroideries, and handkerchiefs. No
aceond-elass applications will bo entertained. Ad
dress, with returencea. staling whcio the parly has
bail b:ajirevloose.iperlnnre In lice*, ultv. iIIhNEY A
TllMl'luNS,
W~ANTED— VARNlsff SALESSLVN BY
New York linn to sell carriage rarniabes In
tlie Wests engagement from Jun. I; statu experience,
territory traveled, and salary expected; nil coinmunl
cation* strictly tunlldoiuial. Address J ftk Tribune.
WANTED CANVASSERS FOR OUR
Princess Nnedlo Casket, Just from-Europe:
goods niijtiu Hiid ami in sight; also a general agunt
wanted! circulars and toms Irco. London Noodle
Company. Now Motllurd, Mas*.
\\TANTKD-A TRAVELING MAN TO
Y Y soil oysters in llio country: onu that Is Bulling
to the cracker or confectionery trade preferred. Ad*
dims I* 'i. Tribune oftico.
WANTED- A MAN AS COOK FOR SA*
loon. Apply at ltd Mlchlgan-av.
AXTANTED—. r » GOOD BOYS CAN GET
YV steady employment by applying Immediately
at i-tA Mlchlgan-av? 11. K. liUCKI.K.N A CO.
'VXT'ANTED—SALESMEN IN THIS AND
YV every city using gas-light. HAMILTON A CO.,
6b Madlson-sU. Chicago.
attan’Fed-wa’ueiiouse foreman
YV capable of receiving. marking, and shipping
goods uml managing warehouse Inlmrors: must write
good hand aim llguro correctly. Satisfactory refer*
eneus required. Address I* I,*. Tribune ofllce.
‘\ITANTKD A BOY TO DELIVER
YV hats. One who lives on the North dido pro*
furred. .MHi*. WIL.H. band U Central Music-Hall.
"\ITANTEI»—ONE WAITER FOR EX
YV obunuo Restaurant, Union Block-Yards. In
quire yt JOHN STEPHENS.
WANTED-AN energetic person
YV to Introduce a tlm*ctass art work. Salary or
commission to the proporparty. MUUNKt & SMAU'i',
liaciark-st.
HOAIIDINO AND LODGING..
SOUTH SIDE.
-t(\ ELDBIDGE-COUUT—FAMILY AND
XVI single rooms, with board.
1 QQft WABASII-AV.-A JEWISH FAM-
J vJOVI ny have pluasnnt furnished or unfur
nished rooms to runt with or without board.
North side.
rr NORTH CLARK-ST.-BOARIV WITH
I room. fILSD to f>l per week, with use of planus fur*
nished rooms. to it per week.
HOTELS.
TYOARD AND ROOM AT THE OLD
J j reliable Massusull Itouse for the winter at (A to
fT per week, t*. d. MUNSON. Proprietor.
TTASTINGS HOUSE. 10 TO Sd EAST
fil Aduiio-st.— Iheusanlly furnished room with
board from la.W to fill pur weeks table board W per
week. Meal tickets sold,
OT. JAMES HOTEL. ll« TO I£S FIFTH-
O a».—ft pur day. Tid* popular bntul la now opun
|..r tlm rovupuun of buaruuraiur tliu Hlnturut ruu
■niiublu ratva. TnMo Iwmrdur* named.
HT. LAWUENCE EUUOPEAN HOTEL.
74 und T<l Adama-at, near tiloto—Don't pur liluli
p.iwawlnm lucent* and 1 1 aovure* flm»cla«* roinna.
iNDSOU KUUOI'EAN HOTEL. Tltfo
uno lllnck—la tbu laruual und bunt Kurupuua
I'oiei In tin) city, hurliitf lifl mum*, runuimt iroui Tjo
to W pur <lnr. iiovordlnp In louatluo. Tbomaun* rua
tauraiil iiiiiloriumin. riAMUKI. UUKoSI'K.S. I'rou.
JtOAJtD WANTED.
BOAUD-1N A I'UIVATE FAMILY IN
Kvunaioii nr aumii luwn aitnili of Uuolito l»v u
Lontleniun.Mlle.two viilldron uudur S yeura.und mi ran;
two or ilirvo bvu-nmuia und u preferred;
util lurniali In part If nui'o**ary. flood tublu board
ii-cjnUtlo. AOdiota •• JlAimollD," (irand I’ueltlo
lluiol, Clilnum.
Boaud-a gentleman engaged
In bualnuaa dnnmrilio duydualrua u furntalied
ion id. wtili breakiual und anpi'or. In aimiu private
family wliero tlieru uro no mbur boartluras Anrllt
blUo tirulurred. Tim bunt of rulurunvua will be ulven.
Addruaa 11 7b Trlblino ulUce.
AIIU4 UH II 111 ■ MMimw _____
B“' UAUD-AM) A J'I.KASANT, WK1.1.-
hvotud rnnm In a ruilnud private family by nn
uldurly yuniloniun. Heal of rufuruncu. btulu full
l>ur(lctilura. J ill. Trlbunu olllcu.
TSoAIH>-AND BOOM WANTED BY
jL> wltn private family nu Snnli
or tiouth aliloi" to in uilmilua'walk from *5.. 11. AQ.
uttlue. lllplinat rufurem-e»._ Aiidruaa .S 4,'tribune.
OAThT-AND BOOM, FIBST-CLASS,
fiirynonuiimn, In prlvuto fumllT. Houttt Hldii
nvur bualnuaa centre. Addruaa l , n, Trlbunu oftlcu.
YjOAliD-HOsiE IN I'UIVATE FAM
II |iy by ynunif nmn un Uuurd of Trudol would pay
your In advance. lleatnf raiuruiicoulvoti. Addruaa
imuKKll. Tflbimu iiWre.
i’-iOAUD-A YOUNG MAN WOULD
X> Uko board In # private family. Uuforoncua. Ad
ureaaPi, Tribune oulvo.
BOAlTri-l’lOh 81NULB UK NT IN iIK
Ilmul family, North ur booth HIUu. coovonlenl
tubuilnuwifumra. Unlurtiacm. U ID, TrlUuuo.
13GAUD-A LAW •STUDENT WILL
Jj tmy 16 for broakfuitt. auiipor, mid room on bomb
Side, mil bolurr Twanly»*«ronth*at.. or wort of Wa
buth-at. Atuwor ImmaiUatalT. o M td,^mbung i __
_ jrqit SALE^
iSbU BALK—I,OOO ~BETS OF~WAGON
JD fttlloea. alma WH. Jlrtf#. and WSU, of,tlueat auaS
liy u( oak. ilollTorod on board vara at VVbUuikor. \Vi#•
bash U. it,Giulia* iroui Uatrult. AddroM VVAMLU
K, UAiU'JJIiLL, *4 J«tf«r»uU'ttT.. UoirvlU WlcU.
lk iielv
350ME8TI0C ,
WANTED-WOMAN COOK KOR THE
eonnlryi mint undurstmd moate, vegetables,
nmi pnstrv. forn small hotel of fiuruomsi state terms.
References ru-pilrcd. 11 10, Tribune tnilcO.
TITANTED-A GERMAN Glhli WHO
TV can speak English for general houseworks
must Imi neat and willing. Apply at 31 Vernon Park
place, wirnwf Lytlc-st.
WANTED-A ÜBLIARLK (HUH TO DO
TV cooking and general housework. Please apply
at No. Ml Wclla-sL Reference required.
WANTEJ)~A THOROUGHLY COMPE
VV tent waller, girl or man, at 17U Plnc-st., with
references,
WANTED- younggirl for house.
TV work in n small family! no washing lo be done.
Cttllfttau HctUllwr-st.
Nurses.
WANTED— A WET-NURSE. APPLY
to Dll. 11. A. JOUNSu.V, No. 4 tflztoeoia-st..
between n and It a. in.
I/aundressm.
WANTED - A WOMAN TO TAKE
washing and Ironing out of the house, and do is
few Hours' housuwork tn the morning. Call at I*l
Pouth t’lnrk-st. In clear store. •
SIT IT A rroxs—MAUiu
Bookkeepers. Clerks. *o.
(SITUATION WANTED-A .MAN OK .15,
kj married, and of the best of habits, cun give ref
erences for honesty and Integrity, Just moved Into
the city, wishes steady employment In wholesale gro
cery house as helper or itny other honorable work, ut
fair wages, (’all or address for one week. J. Vf, c„
till West (ndl.inn-st.
SITUATION WANTED-RV A YOUNG
O man of 33. single, as bookkeeper or salesman, who
Is not afraid but willing is» work. Address J. C. A.,
igtsj Pnnne-nv.
SIT UATION WANTED—JNTELLI
gent and strong man. employed In a wholesale
house, desires to change situations writes n fair
hand and Is n reliable worker. References from
present employers. Address M 74. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS CLERK IN
k} grneory-store. or otherwise. Klm-elasi refer
once. Address PI. Tribune oßloc.
SITUATION TO Sum'll
Wntor-sC merchants—Vuung man with 7 years*
experience in butter, cheese, and flour trades. Can
bring good business connection to a shipper. Address
P 3. Tribune office.
TRADES.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A PROOF
KJ render of man/ years’ experience; can devote
forenoon* to proof-reading. to compiling, or to cor
recting and punctuating book and other Mb. for (lie
press. Address l*a, Tribune otllce.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A THOR
uiiuli printer and experienced proof-reader capu
pm of tilling any poaltlun. Address K bd, Tribune.
OOACUMEN. TEAMSTERS. <KC.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD
reliable girl to do housework In a small private
family. Flease call at r.i Waller-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A NO. I
tO cmwhnmn rally competent In every nvspectt ben
city references. Address Jm. Trlbuno otllce.
Miscellaneous.
SITUATION WANTED-DV A YOUNG
man IA years old to work for hi* board and go to
school and make blmaolf generally useful. J 72,
Trlbuno otllce. •
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FlßST
cluss colored butler; la well known In (he city.
Cun give good references. First-class waxes wanted.
Address 1U.7 Ninth »tnte-st told number).
SITUATION WANTED-BY A UELIA
k/ ble .Swedish man to work In n wholesale ware
house or something else respectable. J tw. Tribune.
SITUATIONS—FKMALK,
Domestics.
SITUATION WaNTED-AS SECOND
O ttlrl In iirlvnte family, or willing to do light house
work. I'lcaso call at 2ui Fast Huron-st.
WIfUATION\S TWO EX
IT/ purloiaoit girls, In a boardlng-houso. Call nt did
West FiUloii-sU
bmj.vrioNs wanted-by two
O llm girls. one ns cook, thu other ns second, lu
pnvnlc lumlir. Call at .llhi Mtnto-at.
SITUATION WiVNTED-AS COOK OR
k/ laundress, or to do general work In private family.
2>2:» Vernun-av. ■
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO
girls, one ns cook and one as second girl. In re
spectable prlrate family. City reference*. Address
Itij Ttiwnsund-sU
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN AilEßl
cnti clrl. to do cooking or second work, Refer
ences. |i>Ji Wahaali-av. ■
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY TWO SIS-
O ten, for cooking nnd second work: private taml
ly. References given. aaa Sburtllff-ar.
SITUATIONS WANTED —FOR 2 NICE
O Swedish girls and others for second work and
sewing; nisi) 2 llrvl-ulnss cookn and girt for general
hunsuwork. Host city references. MUM.TIiOMHUN,
2i'.SCottußO<irovo-av.
(SITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPE-
O tent girl ns a waitress and second work. liestot
reference. Call at HIM KtUh-av.
(SITUATION WANTED-BV A GOOD
O girl torgeneral housework. Call at lift Twenty
imith-sU . •
(SITUATION WANTED—BY A COM PE-
O tont girl lodocbambor*work. lillM South Dear
boni-st. •
SITUATION WANTED-IN CITY OR
country hv a woman with good reference* as
cook; washing and Ironing. Address lUM Archar-av.
SITUATION WANTED-BY KKSPKCT
uhIu girl In private family: good cook, washer,
and ironor. References. Address northwest corner
Knrty*fourUi«sU and tit. l.awrencu-av. •
(SITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPE-
O tout girl as cook In u private tamlljr. ileforunce
given. Call ntßl Thirtoonth-st.
SITUATIONS WANTED-BY ‘i GOOD
O girl*. <mu ns cook and the other for second work.
Rest of referuneus. Please vail atmi Imllunu-st.
SITUATION WANTED-FOR GENEII
aI housework In a small private family, i'leuse
call at Ml and Hi West Madlson-sl.. Iloom 1L •
S’ItUATION
girl In a small private family fur general house*
work. Address IIP Hobor-sU
SITUATION WANTED-BY A FlßST
class cook In a private family, Rest of city ref*
oronco. Call at Vim lluttorflold-st.. In the rear.
(SITUATION WANTED-BY A STRONG
O Swedish girl to do general bouiuworkur cook.
Itufcrences. Ill>2 Cotinge (Jrovu-av.
SITUATION WANTED—IN AMERICAN
lamllv to do housework! understands hnrdutlea
well. Apply at 1W North Market-su North dido pre
ferred. ■ •
(SITUATION WANTED—BY' EXPERI
fj priced cook. luumlroM, or general homework. aO
West Van Uuron-st.. up-stulrs: call two days.
(SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK BY
kj competent Scotch woman. Itofercnoea. Call at
au West Van Huren-st., side entrance up-stalrs.
SITUATION YV ANTED—BY A RE-
O spuotablo girl from Rostnn as chambermaid or
second girl. Call at fit North Krunklln-st.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COLOR*
od woman as first-class cook In bonrdhig-buusu
or private family. Address I. m Tribune olllco.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A GIRL
to cook or do general housework, 130 South Jef*
terson-st.
DRESSMAKERS.
SITUATION WANTED-A STYLISH
dressmaker, llrst-chw* Otter and draper, would
like a few more engagements in private families.
City reference given and satisfaction gtiurvnleed.
•gC»a Htalu-st. _
nuusbs.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPfi
tout womans von toko full vhnrtfo nr on Infant, up
uniat lu auunmi wnrk In on Aniorlvan Juiuliy. Uty
rulurmivua. Adnroaafll Wuat Jaekaun-at. two day*.
LAUNDBEBBEB.
ITUATION WANTED—UV A WOMAN
I an laumlrena. Cull at No. WIU Waboah-av.
MIBOELLAKBOU4.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A YOUNG
O wlduw lii any ruapuctnblu bualnuiii confection*
nrr or bakery mi rioutli Bldo profurrud. AddruaaJ Ul,
Tnbunu i'HU'Q.
iUISUKLLANEO CS.
YOUNG MAN, AGED m. WITH Iff
ynnra’ retail niimrlonce In tbu lavo, umbroldurr,
unu nuliun tnidu. wtili vapltui ullmmudluW command,
oealru* ulthur to Join an eatabllaliod iwriy or bi|» out
snuiu bualnuaai a inlUdlu oluan tnidu nit a iHipiilur
WualHduatreot protorrodi bare excellent reference*.
Adilrvaa J ud. Tribune ulUco. _________
A GENTLEMAN HAS SftO.OOO WHICH
_fV. liu duatrun to tnvual In aomu well oatabllnbod
Cuainuaa. Addrow N 6, Tribune ulUvu, alollini kuiduf
bualnuaa. __
1 VI. M'CIIKS.NKY’S, NKW lIUSSIAX
I J balba. ot tliu I'iihimr llouae, uro tln> beat la tnu
Wuat. wltlt price rmluced from <Uu6Uuunta.
Red cloveu, the oiieat iii.oou-
I’urlHur. HuadquarUiratin itooin_u.
WSxrfeu-WksonH , AWpcrkfi
W wliti catarrh. cold*, or hMilacho J% *»]*'«
tholr ilruiitiiau for a tt-cunt bottle iif lomlwya
tinuuiuliua Himlf. Formula with uucli bottlo.
IftOKIiKWAUH-WE WIW.I’AY THE
übuvo reward for aureate of Jfhcmuatlaui or
Neuratuln wo runmil euro. \Vo can rollnrw any cu*«
of iMiuuhorla or Crouw liiatamly. *1 ho
Army ana Navy Liniment will rullovo i*ln ana aura*
nvuaua remove any unnatural ttruwtliot k'JJjeo'r
tuurclo on man or, buaau I'rlco fl |*«r bottle- V\ o will
r "‘"i'iii'‘v JSWfm.lSISffaT COMI'ANV. , .
I’trvutar containing valuable Information goea with
ouch buttle.
61 Waba»b«aT.. Ohlauto.
rjsjtsoyAL.
PEIISONaL-U. E. T. (»)! GIVE ME A.
' tuuil onu and let me uuuu win. Hero you
lontutum Mra-b.f N Km. Aodruwf^TrUmua.
PEIUaONAij —•' I) VEUV IMj-pK
taut to u» both Umt you tall mo bow to uJUr*»«
youbyjuttU ornpiuiliiHiitrfVlew. ULUBOU UUONV sj
’pEiiSONAL-WILGIAM i •J.N'U--AJi 1M-
I uirutnt loiter fur you Int’hlwuio
Vou ciio Mfeiy cull or tend tor u. ic. w. it.
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