Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune, May 25, 1873, Page 14

Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune dated May 25, 1873 Page 14
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14 TO RENT—HOUSES. TO RENT HOUSE NO. 455 WABASH-AV., 10 rooms. Apply on the promises Monday morning. A. H. HcLEAN, Real Estate Broker. Suburban* r RENT—FOR THE SEASON OR LONGER, ONE of tbe most pleasant and healthful residence* In the ioounty, near Hytfe Park Hotel, furnished or unfurnished. C. LTuNDERTTOOD, 99 Madlson-sU ' VpO RENT-NEW HO USE, 8 BOOMS, AT MAYWOOD, X with large comer lot. Cheap to responsible party. E. B. PEASE, 79 West Madison-st. TpO RENT-A NICE COZY COTTAGE OP 6 ROOMS X In the grove at Washington Heights, near the depot, for the summer. ISAAC R. HITT, 19 Major Block. fpO RENT—A PLEASANT FURNISHED RESI- X denoe at Highland Park: new. brick, neat bam, and grounds. Address or call from 2to6p. m. at Room 29, Tribune Building. TO RENT—A TWO-STORY COTTAGE MOST BEAU tifnlly located In shady grovo comer Woodland Park and Douglas Monument-plaoo, Cottage Grove; contains 12 rooms, besides closets and cellar, with gaa and hob and cold water In kitchen, and bath-room; steam and horse can only one square distant. Apply to L. W. VOLK, Michigan av., comer Van Buren-st. TO RENT—AT HINSDALE-HOUSE OF 10 LARGE rooms, in fine condition; ground in good order; fur nace and chandeliers in house. D. L. A G. W. FERRY, Room 14 Speed’s Block, 123 Dearborn-at. fpO RENT-AT OAK PARK-TWO-STORY HOUSE, X sear depot: large lot; cheap rent. KEELER, PLATT A Co., Real Estate Agents, 147 Randolph-st., over Fidelity Bank. TO RENT—2 VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS AT Riverside, with modem improvements, gaa, water, sewerage, and handsome grounds; rent very moderate. Apply to THOMAS W. BLaYNEY. 166 LaSalle-st. TO KENT—ROOMS* TO RENT-FINE DESK ROOM. APPLY TO B. B. RYAN A CO., Insurance Agents, 310 LaSalle-st. TO RENT—MICHIGAN-AV., FURNISHED ROOM without board, to one or two gentlemen. Apply at No. 286. TO RENT—ELEOANTLYFURNISHED ROOMS, BY the day, week, or month. 85 Dearbom-st,; charges reasonable. TO RENT—HANDSOMELY-FURNISHED ROOMS by the day, week, or month, at the ST. JULIEN, 151 and 153 Dearbom-st. Terms reasonable. fpO RENT-THREE ELEGANT UNFUENISHEI] X rooms for sleeping, S2O, sl6. and sl3 per month. See them. PR. CLARK. 107 West Randolph-st. TO RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OB without board. No. 153 West Indiana-st- TO RENT—BOOMS. INQUIRE IN BUILDING Fiith-av., RoomS. TO RENT-WOULD LIKE TWO GENTLEMEN TO occupy a nicely-furnished room on the first floor; hot and cold water in room; private family. Location on one of the avenues near Douglaa-place. Address 88, Trib une office. mo RENT-A FURNISHED FRONT BOOM AND A bedroom In a private family. Apply at 7 62 West Madison-st, TO RENT-PLEASANT ROOMS IN . BRIO] house 968 West Monroe-st. TO RENT—THE FIVE LOWER ROOMS OF 71 Artesian-av. TO RENT—AN UNFURNISHED FRONT BOOM; also chambers, at 400 West Van Buren-at. rjTO RENT—FIVE ROOMS AT 148 NORTH ADA-ST. TO RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED BOOMS AT 190 West Madison-st., near Halsted. \O”BENT-GENTLEMEN DESIRING FIRST-CLASS X rooms, without board, in a genteel, central location, with all the comforts of home, can secure the same by addressing D 4% Tribune office. T' O RENT-AT 864 MIOHIGAN-AV.. A FURNISHED room, without board, to a lady only. References ro* q aired. mo BEKT-AT 699 WABASH-AV., A BUTTE OP X furnished front rooms. Excellent day board next door. IPO RENT-KLEGANTLY FURNISHED FRONT X and backparlors, single or together, with or without board, at 179 west Washlngton-st, References required. TO RENT-ROOMS FURNISHED OB UNFUI ed, with or without board, a Bldridge-court. TO BENT—FIRST STORY OP HOUSE’ ON THlßTY seventh-st., between Wentworth-av. and Anold-tt: 7 rooms, $lB per month; also upper story of house next door, 6 rooms, at S2O per month. Apply at middle house In block. TO RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, AT REASON abIe rates, at 468 Wabasfa-av., np-stalrs. TO RENT—COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ROOMS with or without board, 669 West Washington-st., near the Park. TO RENT-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM AND bed-room, suitable for one or two gentlemen. Inquire at 877 Sedgwtok-st,, up stairs. rpO RENT—BY A LADY LIVING ALONE, FUR- X niched rooms, to gentlemen, or gentlemen and ladies; good location ;street-oara pass the door. Address Hl6, Tribune office. TO RENT—A SUITE OF UNFURNISHED .ROOMS, with or without board. Apply at 667 Monroe-et. Bef erenoes required. TO RENT—FROM JUNE I, THREE ROOMS ON second floor, suitable for housekeeping. Northeast comer Madison and Robey-et*. TO RENT-ELEGANT FRONT OR BACK PARLOR, unfurnished; also, a few rooms handsomely famished for voung gentlemen or gentlemen with wives. 876 Wa* bssn-av. rpO BENT—A FURNISHED BOOM FOR A SINGLE X gentleman. Apply on premises between 13 and 1, or after 5 o’clock, 866 West Harriaon-st. : * fpO BENT ONE FRONT PARLOR AND BED* X room nicely furnished at 195 West Jackson-st. comer Halsted. - TO RENT NORTHEAST CORNER PABK-AV. and Robey-at., 8 rooms and closets on first floor, suit* able for a email family to keep house; furniture for sale Sg, and cheap rent: a very desirable location and good Kfgbborhood, one block from streetcars which leave Hm four minutes. Possession at once. WAO RENT-A LARGE BASEMENT AT 187 SOUTH fX' Olark-st., cheap, if taken right away. Inquire at 186 South Clark-st. TO RENT-FRONT ROOM AND SLEEPING BOOM, furnished or unfurnished. .844 South P&rk-av. rpO RENT—TWO OR THREE FINE ROOMS, SUIT* X able for offices or dwelling, at 283 South Clark-st., near Pacific Hotel. mO RENT-A VERY PLEASANT BUTT OF ROOMS. X famished orunfamished, with or without board, ail modem conveniences; also bam to rent. Terms reason able. Apply to 367 West Harrison-sV rpO BENT-PLEASANT BOOMS. SINGLE OB EN - X suite, with or without board; delightful locality, view, 43 Twenty-fourth-gt. TO RENT-FOUR ROOMS. WEST QUINOY-ST.: 815 pot month; also S rooms, $17.50 per month.' 13 West Quincy-at,. near Desplaincs. • rRKNT— NICELY-FUENIBHED FRONT PAB lar; also, two vary noat staclo rooms at 68 and 810 a month, with or without board. SO3 Fulton-st., near May. TO BENT-6 NICE ROOMS OVER STORE 791 WEST Madison-st,, newly cal cl min od and painted. B. KEN NKDY, 145 CUrk-st-, Booms S6 and 27. rpO RENT-LOWER STORY (NEW) 5 WILCOX-ST., A near Westem-av. and West Madison-*!., six rooms, pantry, etc.; lake and cistern water; $25 ppr month. r RENT-A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM, FUR nished or nnfumlshed. 493 South Dearborn-*!. fpO RENT-TWO BLOCKS FROM RANDOLPH- X at. cars, (ho upper floor of basement cottage, 83 Cos littat.. 6 nice rooms, 2 closets, and battery. mO RENT-UNFURNISHED SLEEPING ROOMS, X for gentlemen only, in the building, &4 and 86 La- Balle-st. Inquire on premises. r RENT—NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH gas. closets, and privilege of bath; large front par lor and basement, at 472 Wabaah-av. mO RENT—WITH OB WITHOUT BOARD, 2 LARGE X well-famished rooms in modem styled house. Gall or addroe* 835 West Madison-st. TO RENT-A SUITE OF FRONT BOOHS, ALSO 3 X back rooms, all with water and gas. Apply at 53 South Curtis-st. mo RENT-TWO FURNISHED BOOMS. APPLY- X at 31 Sixteenth-st. mo RENT-TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED OR UN- X famished rooms at 391 West Randolph-st. rpO BENT—VERY HANDSOME FRONT PARLOR, X and two bedrooms, famished or nnfumlshed, as re quired, noarTwenty-second-*!., at 761 Michlgan-av. (TO RENT-FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS, WITH X modern improvements, to respectable parties only, with or without board, at S East Polk-st., near State. TO EEJiT-A WELL FURNISHED SLEEPING room, with use of parlor, to one or two young gentle men; terms reasonable. Apply 338 West Cblcago-av. mO RENT-SUITE OF 2 ROOMS FOR TWO OB X more gentlemen, in brick house with all modern Im grovementa. Addroe* S. V. CORNISH 180 Sonth ■TO BENT—AT M 8 jTDLTON-BT., two pleasant A unfurnished rooms, with or without board. T° PLEASANT fub- A niahed and unfurnished front rooms, References ro jalred. ■ „ TO OF FRONT ROOMS, FUrZ lushed or unfurnished; also a good bam with three Btaus. Apply at 138 Warren-ar. fpO RENT—VERT PLEASANT- ALCOVE FRONT A room, furnished, at 550 Michigan-av. • . rpo RENT-AT SI3.6OPER MONTH.'A a rooms, in the new building at the northwest comer of Arnold and Twenty-ninth-sts. Apply at the building between 10 and 11 o’clock in the forenoon. fpO RENT—A LARGE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM X —with a full view of the lake—suitable for 3 gentle men. Apply at S4 Indiana-av., comer Bighteentb-et. rpo KENT—A PLEASANT FURNISHED FRONT X room for one or two gentlemen; rent low. SI Prlco plaoe. ; rpO RENT-2 ELEGANT ROOMS. FURNISHED OR X unfurnished, in a first-class family; reference re quired. Apply at 638 West Monroe-st. fpO RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OB WITH- X outboard, at 4 Hubbard-court. : TO BENT-A NICE, FURNISHED FRONT BOOM suitable for gentleman and wife or two gentlemen, at a low rent. 226 West Washington-st., up stairs. , rpo RENT-ON FIRST FLOOR—FURNISHED X front parlor, and single room upstairs, or front base cent, at 160 West Adams-st. TO RENT-SECOND FLOOR OP 146 SOUTH OUN tpn-st., 4 rooms; $23 per mouth. Apply at 112# South defferson-st. TO RENT—WITH OB WITHOUT BOARD. PLEAS ant rooms, light and airy, at No. «7 West Madl •on-et. TO EETT-E URKISHED FRONT BOOM, AT BS3 West Madlzon-st. 10 RENT—4 ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR 61WILLIAM ■ at.. Siapermonth. Inquire at 838 West Van Buren-st. rpO BENT—TWO FRONT ROOMS. FURNISHED X or unfurnished, with or without board; also, a back parlor. unfurnished, Inquire atSTI Wabaah-ar. r RENT—FURNISHED FRONT BED-ROOM. TO a gentleman. Inquire at 264 West Hadisoa-st/ rpo RENT—A NICE FRONT CHAMBER, CLOSET X and bedroom, together or separate with board if desired: hot and cold water, batSTand closet on same floor. Very pleasant location. Price rea sonable. 271 Wert Jactson-st. - - - • -• . mo BENT-A FURNISHED EAST FRONT ROOM X to a single gent or ladies. Apply on Monday. 40 Caas-st. TO RENT—FOUR OB FIVE FURNISHED BOOMS in Van Buren Block, suitable for hnpM>y»p«n r f or a small family. Call at 4£ West Van Buren-st. fpO RENT-FURNISHED BOOM FOB GENTLE + aia* XmtoftUQßVflrt TO RENT—ROOMS. TO RRNT-S LARGS AND 2 SMALL FURNISHED rooms, to gentlemen. 41S West Madison-it. mO RENT-AT 854 FULTON-ST., ONE LARGE - X front room, elegantly furnished, for one or two gentle men; private entrance. First-class board, if desired. TO RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED AND VERY DE* . alrablo rooms to rent, (or gentleman and wife and single gentlemen. House with all the modem improve ment* at 603 Wabash-av. TO RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS TO GENTLEMEN, at 40 East Harrlson-st. Apply at bouse, or CHAPIN BROS., 214 and 215 East Maoison-et. TO RENT—FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHE] rooms at 177 Twenty-Brstrst, TO RENT—ROOMS. ALSO SLEEPING-ROOMS for gentlemen, at £2B Wabash-av. TO RENT-VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS, OVER, looking the lake, famished or unfurnished. S3 Twwenty-flfth-st. mO RENT - A LARGE NEATLY-FURNISHED X room. 1059 Indlana-ar., comer Twooty-thlrd-st. rpO RENT—A SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED BED. X room to single gentlemen at reasonable rent. 107414 Wabash-av. TO RENT—PLEASANT LOCATION-A SINGLE OR suite of rooms, first floor, gas, ±o., without furniture. Gall for two days at 864 West Jacksou-st. TO RENT-FIVE OR SIX ROOMS FOR EOUSE keeping. pleasantly situated. 537 Washlagton-av. mORENT-THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS X of 56 West Madison-st., suitable for boarding-house. Will be rented cheap to a responsible party. Also, baso ment of said building to rent. Apply on premises. TO RENT-CHEAP, TO A QUIET FAMILY, FOUR rooms, with closets, in a good neighborhood. In quire at 1816 Btate-st., near Twenty-ninth. r RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. WITHOUT board. In a private family; bath, water, and gag. 124 Throop-st. TO RENT-ONE FRONT ROOM, WITH ALCOVE also one back room, separate or together. 40 Wal nut-si. TO RENT-TWO SINGLE BOOMS FOR SINGLE gentlemen only, with or without board. Apply at 66 Twenty-first-st. east of Indlana-av. TO BENT-DESIRABLE ROOMS. AT 753 MIOHI gan-av.; for permanent lodgers only. TO RENT-ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM with water and oloset, sl6 per month. 181 West Mon* roe-st. IO HENt—WITH OS WITHOUT BOARD, FRONT . rooms at 874 Michlgan-av. TO RENT-WEST BIDB-WITHOUT BOARD. A large room, pleasantly located, convenient to bozse car*; vary reasonable to thg right party. Address H 83, Tribune office. TO RENT—FROM S TO 4 NICE, LARGE FUR- Bistaod rooms, for single gentlemen: or lor light housekeeping for two. Inquire Monday, 679 West Mad lson-st. TO BENT—WITHOUT BOARD, FURNISHED rooms for gentlemen only. 10 Peck-court, comer Miohigan-av. TO RENT-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. FOR ONE or two gentlemen. 258 West Randolph-st. TO BENT SLEEPING BOOMS LARGE AND well lighted, from 88 to sls per month. Apply to H. O. STONE, Boom 9, 146, East Madlson-st. ■ TO KENT-SIX DESIRABLE ROOMS. PANTRY, and closet*, with water, just oalclmlncd. two doors from street oars. Apply on premises, 193 South Wood-st. TO RENT-VERY PLEASANT, NEWLY AND elegantly famished front parlor and bedroom, suit*-. ble for gentleman and wife; sl6 a month. 735 Lake-st. TO RENT—A FURNISHED ROOM IN A PRIVATE bouse to one or two single gentlemen or man and wife. Call at 114 south Groon-st.. TO RENT-A VERY LARGE AND PLEASANT east front room nicely famished, with oloset and nso of bath-room, in private American family. Day board very convenient. Inquire at 159 South Paallaa-st. TO RENT—ROOMS A MAN AND WIFE CAN find three splendid rooms for light housekeeping in a first-class house, with every modem convenience, oy iu qulring at 710 West Monroe street. TO RENT—A NICE BOOM TO ONE OR TWO NEAT and quiet gentlemen. 118 South Peoria-st. 6 SHNT—EBASOIfABLE TO A GOOD TENANT— Nice rooms suitable for a gentleman and wife. 21 Cottage Grove-av., near Twenty-aocond-at. TO RENT—FRONT ROOM WITH ALCOVE, FUR nished or unfurnished; hot and cold water, and bath-room attached. 26 Marshfleld-av. TO RENT-A HANDSOMELY-FURNISHED FRONT room at 834 Wabash-av., comer Congreee-st. Apply to-day on premises, or Monday at 391 State-st. TO RENT-VERB HANDSOME SUITE OFUNFUB niahed rooms on first flor. 628 West Washington-st. TO RENT-FOUR NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS, with bathroom, closet, and gas, to single gentlemen, at 203 North Dearborn-st, ______ TO BENT—A COUPLE OF PLEASANT FRONT rooms, with or without board. 414 Cottage Grove-av. TO RENT—ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH lame closet* and bathroom* for gentlemen only. 192 West Madtson-at., third floor. TO RENT—FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED ROOMS; 169 West Madison-st-, Room 6. Mrs. F. H. THOMP SON. _ TO RENT—£I4 WEST ADAMS-ST. front rooms. - TO RENT—A NICE FURNISHED ROOM WITH closet. Apply at 86 Brown-st. TO RENT—ELEGANT, LARGE, AIRY SUITES, AND tingle rooms, unfurnished, for light housekeeping or lodging; respectable parties only, with references, need apply. No. §6O Wabash-av., Hoogh Block. ; TO RENT—ONE FURNISHED AND TWO UNFUR nished rooms at 347 West Washington-st. Inquire on tho premises. TO RENT—A LARGE FURNISHED FRONT BOOM, suitable for a *inglo gentleman; also, two rooms in rear, partly furnished, for housekeeping, at £67 West Madison-st., up-staire. TO RENT—A PLEASANT SUITE UNFURNISHED front room*. 139 Weet Washington-et. TO BENT—A FRONT SLEEPING ROOM WITH home privileges. Address H SI, Tribune office. mO BENT—NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS. 178 X South Peoria-Efc. TO BENT-IN A GOOD LOCATION, NO. 636 Wabash-av., two bed-rooms, with or without furniture; also two front parlor* with library room. Inquire at above number. TO BENT— SOUSE AND LARGE LOT, WITH good bam. on Walnut-et., all modem Improvements. .GEORGE D.PEASE, 79 West Madison-st. TO RENT—ELEGANTLY-FURNISHED ROOMS, single and on suite, for gentlemen; also good brlok bam with all conveniences. 642 Wabash-av. TO RENT-NICE FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR, suitable for 2 or 4 gentlemen, with gas, wardrobe, and every convenience; also, a front room tor two gentlemen; terms reasonable. Apply at 219 West Adame-* t., comer of Peoria. T~O RENT-A SUITE OF ROOMS, EITHER FUR nlsbed or unfurnished, with or without board; a de lightful locality, and all .first-class conveniences. 131 Sontfa Peoria-st., ooraor Adams. mO BENT-FOB TWO QUIET GENTLEMEN, A X pleasant furnished room, with closet, gas, and water; good neighborhood. 311 West Jackson-st. TO RENT-BOOMS RICHLY FURNISHED, SINGLE or en suite, for families or single gentlemen; every thing new, and prirateTamily; no boarders. At 529 W» bash-av. TO RENT—FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS WITH ■ or without board. Apply at No. 173 East Van Buron-st., comer Flfth-av. mO RENT-ON DEABBOBN-ST—SEVERAL SUITES X of 4 and 6 rooms each, suitable (or a family without children. E. F. An AMR 4 C0.,-comor Madison and Stato-sta. TO RENT-FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED rooms to ladies or gentlemen at reasonable rates, by the month, at 559 Stato-at. TO BENT-IN STRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY, nicely furnished rooms, with gas and good closets; first-class location. 440 Jackson-st. (TO RENT—323 WEST RANDOLPH-ST., CORNER X Curtis, a largo and well-famished front bedroom, suitable for two gentlemen. Terms reasonable. TO RENT —AN ELEGANT FRONT SUITE OF rooms, bath-room attached: also front parlor; also ■cottage thoroughly carpeted, which is for sale, or will rent at reasonable price. South Side, two doors from Twenty-fifth-et, and Cottage Grovo-av. Apply at 881 Wabash-av. TO RENT—A FURNISHED OB UNFURNISHED room to one or two gentlemen, cheap; can be seen Sun day. Inquire at 688 State-st. mo RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OB WTTH- X out board; also, an unfurnished front parlor, at 19 North Sangamon-st. TO BENT-A NICELY FURNISHED ROOMSUITA abIe for gentleman and wife or two single gentlemen, at 199 West Indiana-*t.; gas and bath-room on tho prom* Ises. TO RENT—A LARGE FRONT FURNISHED ROOU for gentleman and wife, without board, or suitable for office purposes, at 84 West lladison-et. TO RENT-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. SUIT n able lor gentleman and lady or two single gentlemen. 75 Fourteen ta-st. r RENT—A NICE FURNISHED ROOM, 6UlT able for two ladles. 66 West Madlson-st. Call to* day. , TO RENT-TWO NICE FRONT UNFURNISHED rooms, at 814)4 WeatLake-st. TO RENT-ELEGANT ROOMS, FURNISHED OR unfurnished, Ashland Block, opposite Sherman House, inquire at Room 81. Elevator in ine building. TO RENT-TWO PLEASANT FRONT ROOMS, UN* famished, single or en suite, with or without board: oath-room, hot and cold water. 462 West Randolph-st, rpo RENT—ONE SUITE OF NEATLY FURNISHED A rooms, in Norton's Block; modem conveniences. Terms reasonable. Apply to 233 West Vui»inyw«t rpO RENT—WEST FRONT ALCOVE ROOM WITH A Urge prw, bath-room attached, two doors north of Woodruff House, 944 Wabash-a v. fpO REST-ROOMS-FURNISHED" OR TJNFUrI uififaed, for lodging rooms, at 119 South Dearbom-et.. iioozn 6. * rEENT-ONE FRONT BOOM. FURNISHED OR fllr ®“bod. for oneer two gentlemen, orgentlom&n or "I l * lo * l * board. Inquire at b 77 South xialsted-rt.. in rear. r i KENT - FURNISHED BOOMS AND BOOMS for offices. No. 43 Clintou-st. mO RENT A NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM, A suitable for one or two gentlemen; rent, 816 per month. Apply to-day at 193 West Madison-st., 3d floor. rpO BENT—ONE FRONT ROOM, FIRST FLOOR. X sl2; also one sleeping room. £B. 154 West Wash ington-st. TO BENT-AT 188 WEST WASHINGTON-ST., A front parlor and other famished rooms. fpO RENT-BOOMS FURNISHED OB UNFUB- X nished, single or en suite, €59 State-st. TO RENT—PLEASANT FURNISHED BOOMS, ONE for lady, at 185 West Washington-st. __ r RENT—B ROOMS OP A COTTAGE, WITH clothes press and pantry, at 270Centre-ar.. Please inquire In the roar. - rpO RENT—FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED X sleeping rooms, at 171 South Halsted-st., near Jack eon. - ' mO KENT—B UNION-AV., NEAR COTTAGE GROVE X and Fortloth-st., front rooms, furnished or unfumiah cd; splendid location. ' ‘ fpO RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUITE OF X rooms on first floor; will furnish gas and attendance. No. 1063# Wabash-av., between Twenty-third and Twen ty-fourth-sts. TO RENT—HANDSOMELY FURNISHED AND unfurnished rooms, en suite and single, with best table In city, at 746 and 743 Mlchigan-ar. Box oxen oca given and THE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1873. TO KENT—ROOMS. TO RENT-SMALL FRONT BOOM, FURNISHED. Call between 10 and Ua. m., at2lß West Randolph. > RENT—TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR without board. Apply Monday. 113 South Green-st. TO RENT— UNFURNISHFJ) ROOMS, CONVEN lent for light housekeeping; also, famished rooms, at 177 Clark-st., comer Monroe. Inquire at Boom 36. fpO BENT—A LARGE FRONT BED-ROOM, FUR. JL nisbod, in a private family: rent moderate; suitable for quo or two gentlemen. o<i II at 230 Fulton-at. TO RENT ELEGANTLY-FURNISHED ROOMS, en suite or single. Apply at 403 Michlgan-av. TO RENT-ROOMS, FURNISHED OR UNFUB niahed, at 235 WoatWashington-st. TO RENT —SUITE OP FRONT ROOMS AND double parlor; also room. Apply at 834 West Randolph-st, TO RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WIT] or without board, at No. 11l S oath Jofforson-st. » - TO RENT—THE UPPER PART OF A NEW TWO ■toiy house, 794 West Tyler-st., five rooms, closets, etc. Apply at 636 West Lake-et., in basement. TO RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH OB WITH out board, with use of bath, at IS Bast Harrison-et. . TO RENT-A FURNISHED ROOM, 83 SANGAMON st. Call Monday. • TO RENT—FURNISHED BOOM AT 190 SOUTH Halsted-at. TO KENT—STORES. OFFICES. r RENT-STORES AND OFFICES BY J. M. MAR SHALL A CO., Rooms 9 and 10 Reaper Block, 97 South Clark-st. and 103 W’ashington-st.: 46 Lako-st. £3 and 64 Lako-et. 66 and 58 Lake-st. 59 and 61 L&ko-st. 168 and 188)4 South Ol&rk-st. 195. 197. 201. 209, and 2U South Clark-st., Kentucky Block, sear Pacific Hotel. 70 and 73 East Randolph-st. 46 East Van Buren-st. 138 and 40 Wabash-av. (single or double.) 334, 330, 828, 333, and 834 Wabash-av. 80 and 83 Adams-et. 344 Wabash-av.. entire building. 819 and 915 South Stato-st. , 23 and 25 Bast Randolph-st., 2d story. 563 South Clark-st. Offices in Reaper, Speed's, McCormick’s, and Kentucky Blocks; also at 117,128, ISO. 183, and 185 South Clark-st. Apply to J, M. MARSHALL A CO., Rooms 9 and 10 Reaper Block, 97 South Clark-st. and TO RENT—STORES—BY D. COLE A SON, 188 WEST Madlaon-st.: 8 good stores and rooms over them, 115,117 and IXB West Talcb at., splendid location for commission business. Largo store 829 West Madison-st, Corner store 813 West Madison. Splendid store and basement. 189 West Madlson-st. 188 West Madlson-st. 73 and 78 South Halsted, near Madlson-st. 821 West Randolph-sfc. £7 South Orcen-st., near Madison. 123 West Washington-st., with rooms in rear, 859 X West Lake-st.. with rooms in roar. Large store, opposite Carponter-et., on Madison, just the location for furniture or carpet store, and what wo need. Several good basements on Madison-ci., to rent cheap. Stores rented and rents collected. TO BENT—BTOBES-80 FEET FRONT BY 183 FEET deep, on Randolph-st., between Clark and Dearborn, to be improved. Will build stores 90, 40, 60, or 80 feet front, and finish to suit tenant*. Apply to O. M. UPDIKB. comer Taylor-st. and Paoifio-sv. rpO BENT-STORE. 25X110, WITH BASEMENT, X under Bigelow House, opposite Woodruff Hotel; rent. 81.500. S stores, with basement*, comer Hinsdale and Wolls-at*.; rent of stores, SSO and 840; basements, $35 S3O per month. Fine business offices in building southeast comer Clark and Eandolph-sts.: also, store, basement, and offices, and 3 tenement*, 141Aaams-st. 60 lot* at South Englewood, S blocks from dopot,lsl9S per lot; 40 sere* at Irving Park, situated In the a. w. quarter of the a. o. quarter. Sec. 10, 4Q. 13; 10, 30. or 30 sores in s. e. quarter of s. e. quarter Sec. 17, 40,13. To exchange—Hotel at Glllman, block and half from j’nnction of throe railroads: also, 11 beautiful grove lot* at Washington Heights, on Prospect* av., close to depot. 830 acres choice Kansas lands, about 4 miles from depot and town of Lincoln. BENNETT A SANFORD, Room 4, Tribune Building. TO RENT-STORE NO. S3 SOUTH HALSTKD-ST.; also 6large rooms, and a email tenement. Inquire on the premises. TO RENT-TWO ELEGANT OFFICES ON FIRST floor, with vault*, and suites of pleasant, well-lighted offices in second and third stories ot building Nos. 46 and 48 South Clark-st., next to Shenaau House. Inquire W. 8. CARVER. Boom No. 4, 48 South Clark-«t. TO RENT-A SPLENDID OPENING FOB A HOTEL —the four-story and basement stone-front building, situated on the comer of North Wells and Michlgan-sta., 60 feet front on Wells-st. and 106 feet on Ulchigan-et. Apply to JACOBS A FISCHER, No. 66 North Wells-st. TO RENT-A SMALL AND VERY DESIRABLE furnished office with vaults and closets; rent exceed- Ingfr low to a desirable party. HENRY W. CHIFMAN, 150 Monroe-st., Room 2. ' TO RENT—SCO FEET OF DOCK-FRONT, WITH largo lot, southwest corner of Monroe andMarkct-st*. Apply to GKO. F. HARDING, 151 Monroo-st., or A. J. SAWYER, 154 LaSallq-st. TO RENT-ONE OF THE BEST BUSINESS COR nara In tho city. Call at 454 Mtchigsu-av. mCTRENT-SECOND. THIRD. AND FOURTH 3TO- X ries of 170 South Clark-st., with good light, power, and independent hoistway. O. w. FIERCE, la! Madison. TO RENT—PLEASANT FRONT OFFICE, OR DESK room In furnished office. Inquire at 142 LaSaUoaU, Room 43, TO RENT-ROOMS OVER DRUG STORE. A GOOD opening for a doctor. Apply at 658 Milwankee-av. T!) RENT-ROOM WITH POWER; BASEMENT and store-room. Apply to A. V. PITTS A CO,, 11 South Jefferson-st. TO RENT-STORE 692 WABASH-AV., NOW Oc cupied by O'Brien’s Art Emporium. This Is the best, lighted and handsomest store In tbo city; rent low. TO RENT-STORE NO. 366 WEST MADISON-ST.. with shelves, counter, and gas-fixtures: basement If desired; will rout cheap to a good tenant. Inquire at 566 West Madison-st, up-stair*. TO BENT-STORE 25x60; 299 SOUTH OLARK-ST., cheap. Apply in the store. TO RENT-TWO STORES ON CLYBOURN-AV.— One with four rooms in rear; other with counter and shelving; S2O. A. T. GALT, 77 Dearborn-si., Room 11. TO BENT-STORE IN THE MAULTON HOUSE Block, suitable (or dry goods, grocery, or clothing business. Also, a basement under tho same, suitable (or a lager beer saloon or commission business. Inquire at Mamton House, corner Market and Kinxlo-st*. ■ TO RENT-STORE 40 NO. RaNDOLPH-ST.. 25X100, 4 stories and basement, finished in the host manner. Apply to the WESTERN NEWS COMPANY, 42and 44 Randolph-st. • TO BENT—AT 47 LA SALLE-ST.. CORNER OF AL ley, large offleo, well lighted, on first floor, for 825 per month. Two offices in front on second floor for 830. Wif. H. CONDON, Room 2, 47 LaSalle-st. IJO RENT-A BARN AT NO. 163 WAERKN-AV. TO RENT-ROOMS WITH STEAM-POWER. IN quire on premises, comer of Van Buren and Fkank lin-sts. TO RENT—ONLY SSO FOB A FINE, LARGE STORE on West Lako-fit., near Lincoln; best location for busi ness on tho street. TBUESDELL A BROWN, 175 West Madison-st. TO RENT—THE LARGE STORE NO. 19 SOUTH Cansl-st., lately occupied by Spencer H. Peck, Car pet Dealer; is a good location and can be easily fitted for manufacturing purposes. Apply at Pock's Carpet House, corner Wabash-av. and Adoms-st. TO RENT-FIRST. SECOND, AND THIRD LOFTS, No. 40 South Water-st., with elevator/ Inquire on premises. TO RENT-GOOD BOOM, FIT FOR OFFICE OB any other business. W. A. BUSSELL, 243 West Twclftn-st. TO RENT—FINE STORE CORNER OF THlßTY ninth-st. and Indiana-av.: cheap. Call and see. TO RENT-PART OF STORE 119 EAST RANDOLPH st., desirable location for light business; also desk room. Apply at store. TO BENT—STORE ON MILWAUKEE AV. STORE on Kinzie-st.; also a cottage. Apply at 534 West Ran dolph-st. . rro RENT-A SMALL STORK AND THREE ROOMS X overhead. No. 168 North Dotplainos-st.; price S2O. Inquire at 166 West Jackson-st. TO RENT-ONE-HALF OP A BRICK STORE SlT uato In tho most desirable part of the North Sldo. Address, stating stylo of business, 089, Tribane office. TO RENT—A BARN NEAR EIGHTEBNTH-ST.. and Indiana-av.; part payment taken in core *nn keeping of a horse. Apply at BS3 Indlana-av. mO RENT-STORE AND TWO BASEMENTS, NO. X 259 South Clark-st., between Jackson and Van Baran ets. Inquire on the premises of JAMES MATHEWS, from 9 to U and 2 to 4. fpO BENT-CHOICE OFFICES FRONTING; LA- X Salle and Adams-ste*; rear office* (finely finished) at f250 to S4DO per annum. R. 6CHLOESSBB, 2XO La*, slie-st., office comer basement. fpO BENT—A LARGE BARN WITH THREE STALLS X and room for three wagons. Apply at 126 Warren-ar. TO RENT-FRUIT STAND, BEST LOCATION ON West Side. Trade well established. No. 274 Wert Madison-st. • mo RENT—A SAMPLE ROOM: GOOD LOCATION: A cheap to good tenant. JACOB 0. MAGILL, 81 ana £3 South Clark-st. TO RENT—THIRD FLOOR OF BUILDING SOUTH west comer State and Monroe-sts., size fiftrlSO, with etc am elevator. Apply to WM. H. SAMPSON AGO., 144 LaSalle-st., Otis block. . - • TO RENT-STORE AND BASEMENT 14 AND 15 East ifadltou-st., size £BxB6. Apply to WM. H. SAMPSON & CO., 144 LaSalle-st., Otis Block. TO RENT-VERY DESIRABLE STORE AND BABE ment, No. 81 East Washington-st., near Held, Letter A Co. Apply to WM.H. SAMPSON A CO., 144 LaSalle* st.. Otis Block. - rpO RENT-GOOD STORE, NORTHWEST CORNER X of Union and Lake-sts. • Apply to WM. H. SAMP SON A CO., 144 LaSaUe-at., Oti» Block. r RENT-AT 200 AND 202 EAST MADISON-ST., second floor room 40x35, with ose of elevator; terms reasonable. - Also fins office room came floor, front. Also store and basement, 45x185, of atone and Iron front building, 211 and 213 East Monroe-it.; steam elevator; wide alley. Apply at 207 and 209 Bast Moaroe-st. TO BENT-TWO STORES, 22x55, MADISON-ST., near Westom-av., barn, Ao., S4O each. B. G. GOOD WILL IE, 134 South darkest. fpO RENT-DESK BOOM IN FRONT OFFICE 184 X South Olark-st. R. O. GOODWILLEB, 134 South Glark-st. rpO RENT—VERY CHEAP—AN ELEGANT, LARGE **■ _ light, suitable for any business. Apply onpremises, 77 Dearbom-et. rpO RENT—HOTEL, FURNISHED, 20 MILES PROM thornty» pio-nio grounds, boating, fishing, hunting: p”^ 1 Boris **** * rent 5 35 montE. Address m° RENT-STORE ISB WEST MADISON-ST., NBAR BSuttCtak-tl’ A ®» I 3’ to 'WALKEB, th» dothlorf ITS fpO RENT-THE SECOND FLOOR OP NO. 66 LAST rpb RENT-STORE 238 FlfcTH-AV, GOOD LOOA store. Apply on the premises. l^ TO RENT—STORE AND DWELLING 288 FIFTH ar.: good location for hardware, bakery," or- grocery ■tore. Apply on premises. Rent, 8135 par month. * a basement. 40x70. suitable for a beer or billiard-ball* northeast comer Flrth-av. and Adams-st. Apply on the premises. rpO RENT—BASEMENT—WITH USE OP OFFICE X on first floor. Apply to H- F. COLE 4 GO., 93 South _ 'to rent—STORES. OFFICES, &o. TO RENT-BY W. H. SAMPSON A 00., REAL Estate and Eon ting Agency, 144 LaSalle-st, OUa Block: STORES, OFFICES, LOFTS, AND BASEMENTS, " Very desirable offices southwest corner Dearborn and Bandolph-sts. Basement 149 East Monroe-st., 85x80, very desirable for barber shop. • Second floor 160 State-st., 22x180. Basement ITS South Olaik-et., 90x65; will rent for-sa loon. Four upper floors of the elegant marble-front bonding 185 and 1« Wabaab-avf < Very choioe offices In the Dore Building, northwest oms nor of State and Modison-sts.; plans at onr office. Throo upper floors of the French Building, southwest corner of fluth-av. and Madlson-st. Good store fourth door south from the southwest corner of State and Adams-sts., sl,soopor year. Largo lofts southeast corner of State and Lakc-sta., size 84x100, with seeazn elevator. Basement 176 and 178 Adams-st., 46x100. Second, third, and fourth floors, 66 East Lake-st. Good offices southeast comer of Clark and Monroe-sts. Lofts 81 East Lake-st., 82x160. Stores 921, 985, and 927 Btate-»t. Store and basement 146 East Lake-st., $3,000 per year. Stores 316 and 217 East Bandolph-et. A large list of stores for rent in all parts of the city. Houses rented and rents collected. A good store northwest corner Lake andUnlon-sts. A large Use of stores for rout In all parts of the city. Rents collected. W. H. SAMPSON A CO.. - 144 LsS&Ue-st., Otis Block. TO BENT-A LARGE FRONT OFFICE IN 173 West M*fllf"n-st. Inquire of STOOPS A BLAIR. -« • TO RENT-A GOOD BARN SITUATED NEAR Donglos-plaoo : will be rented to a responsible party cheap. Address H 78, Tribune office. TO BENT-FIBST-OLASS STORE IN 8-STOBY brick building 1390 State-st. Apply 169 Archer-av. WANTED—TO RENT. TTTANTED—TO BENT-A MARRILD LADY, WITH Yv one child, wishes to taka charge charge of furnished house daring summer months; reasonable rent; will give reference. Address, with particulars, Z 86, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-CONVENIENT TENEMENT TV of sor 6 rooms In an American neighborhood, near cars; rent abont $25; no basement. Address HlB, Trib une office. TXTANTED—TO BENT—4 OB 6 ROOMS FOR HOUBE- T T keeping on West Side. Address Z 83, Tribune office. WANTED— TO BENT-3 TO 5 BOOMS FOB HOUSE keeping, by a family of two, within the burnt dis trict preferred. Address, stating terms, do., JHV, 83 EastXake-st. TXT ANTED—TO RENT-BY A GENTLEMAN WITH TV small family, a boose (famished) at Evanston. Ad dress, stating location and price. V 68, Tribano office. WANTED-TO BENT-BY A FAMILY WITHOUT IT children, a house and barn. State size, location, and terms. Address H 41, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT-HOUSE, 7TO 10 BOOMS; modern improvements; no basement; In good locali. ty; on West or Sooth Side. Address Y 41, Tribune office. WANTED— TO RENT—THE SECOND AND THIRD or third and fourth floors of first-class block, near business centre of South Side, suitable for sleeping rooms ; rent secured; references. Address D 85, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-9 OR 8 ROOMS FOE FAMILY of two, not further than Lincoln Park on the North, nor Union on West Side. Write or call at HH, SI West Polk-st. . * WANTED-TO BENT-A GENTLEMAN AND wife, with no children, wish to take charge of a fur nished house for the summer months; will pay small rent In addition to taking excellent care of house; will give good reference. Address, with particulars, H 60, Trib une office. "TXT ANTED—TO RENT—FURNISHED BOOM, WITH VT alcove, for two gentlemen; Sooth Side preferred. Address H D. Room S4 Reaper Block. WANTED-TO RENT—BY A RESPONSIBLE i T tenant, a furnished house In good locality on South Side, or in a pleasant suburban town. Address, with Items and location, H 61, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT-HOUSE OP ABOUT 8 it rooms In good location; modern improvements; will take lease for term of years If price salt*. Address, stat- Ing terms and location, H, 202 East Madison-st. TITANTED—TO RENT—A GOOD-SIZED HOUSE, VT suitable for a boarding-house, north of Twenty* seoond-st. Call immediately at 935 Stalest. WANTED-TO RENT-BY A WIDOW AND BON. ' absent through the day. one room, bedroom, ana closet, suitable for nousekeeping, South or West Side; rent most be ressonsblo, Y at. Tribune office. r WANTED-TO RENT-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE having abundance of furniture, will join a gontool family in the rent of a house. N 97, Tribune office. WANTED -TO RENT-8 OR 4 ROOMS SUITABLE for housekeeping for man, wife, and infant; within 10 minutes* walk of Madison and Robey-sts.; rent not to exceed 815. Address K 2, Tribune office. T\T AN TED—TO RENT-A GENTLEMAN AND Y T wife would like the care of a house for some party who will be absent during tho summer mouths: refer cnees unexceptionable. Address H7l, Tribune office. WANTED—TO RENT-BY A GENTLEMAN AND Vf wife, two nnfumlahed rooms suitable for light house keeping, between Lake and Vanburen and Aberdeen and Canal-ata. Address PF R, Tribune office. WANTED-TO RENT—A HOUSE WITH 7OR 9 rooms by an American family in a good location; state price and Iccatlon. Address E 45. Tribune office. TXT"ANTED—TO RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS FOB V T housekeeping by man and wife, on South hide, not to exceed $25 per month. Address E 99, Tribune office. HORSES ANB CARRIAGES. And we have had : another slashing ■ week's sale of bones at prices ranging from SCO to SBOO. The special demand at present Is for drivers, trot ters, and eoachers. Will have on Monday about 100 to choose from, and room and sale for 100 more. We will sell, do soli, and are bound to sell, snd-the man or woman who don't mean business need not bother ns. Satisfied and mads happy many a family during the past wock by soiling their horses, boggles, and wagons, at good, fair prices, and will do it again. Have an unlimited demand for second-hand buggies. Sale stables "of horses and boggles, 261 and 263 Siate-et. BRADLEY^A WILLS. Astable, with capacity for bo horses, to rent on Defn]alno*-«t., opposite Hsj Market. Apply to T. F. ROONEY, 65 South Cllaton-st., up-ataira. A SMALL PONT, 6 TEARS OLD. FOR S6O CASH, or will trade; also an English concertina, 83 keys, ana mahogany case; cheap. Walnnt-st. Any gentlemen having young horses that they would Uko trained to single and double har ness and saddle, by a responsible party, apply at 231 West Harrison-st. All those hobby things on wheels abb from 165 West Waahlngton-st. Our stock embraces every variety. Rf tt.t.a r APARSONS. A GENTLEMAN GOING TO EUROPE WILL SELL horses, carriage, and buggy, double and single har ness, cheap, if applied.for soon. Address O 63, Tribune office. Avert fine black mare, buggy, and harness for sale at SIOO leu thin real value; SSOO cash will secure It. Address N5, Tribune office. A HEAVY SQUARE BOX BUGGY FOR SALE cheap, or exchange for a three-quarter seated buggy. Apply at 1363 Stato-et, . Alaeoe and fine assortment of vjo tori as, panel and curtain jockawayt, phaetons, slide and lamp seat boggles, do., at 837 State-st. P. L. SMITH. A DOCTOR’S PHAETON FOB SALE CHEAP, COB ner Thirty-ninth and State-sta. AT 353, 865 AND 357 WEST HANDOLPH-ST. CAN be found clarences, landaus, coupes, phaetons, bug gios, etc., at manufacturers’ prices. G» L. BRADLKx. A CHOICE LOT OF CARRIAGES, TOP AND OPEN buggies, pooyphaetons, delivery wagons for eaie at cost. BMWabaah-av. J. H. OARSON? Basket phaeton fob sale, or would ex obnnge for top buggy; also, horse, Goan A Toußcoeko top buggy (nearly now), and harness, for SBSO, U taken im mediately; also, single buggy harness for sls, at BAS’ BETA’S Boarding Stables, 19 and 21 Harmon-court. QALIFORNXA BUGGIES AT 813 STATK-ST. Fob salb-ohkap-a span of nice ponies, suitable for ladies to drive, and a nice Bockaway bug gy with It, ono of the best rigs in the city. Owner going to Europe. Address H9, Tribune office. FOESALE-ANO. 1 FAMILY HORSE, 7 YEARS’ old. Call at 739 Moaroo-»t. to-day, between 9 and a. Fob sale-two thoroughbred saddle hones, trained to different gaits; also, a matched pair of ponies. CHITTENDEN, roar ox 1060 Wabash-av. For sale-cheap-light delivery wagon, covered; but little used. Address Fl2l, Newberry-av. EOR SALB—A GOOD HORSE AND CARRIAGE, cheap for cash; warranted in every respect. Also, a good business boggy. H lOQ, Tribune office. FOR SALE—BEST ROADSTER IN CHICAGO. CAN step inside throe minutes, full-bloodod Black Hawk; also 8-year old dark bay horse, good stylo. Square box, top buggy made by Fry, Albany; patent wheel, etc.; 2- bone high eeat 4-spring wagon, will carry 4 tons; one single express wagon; double and single heavy harness ;e one buggy harness: ono lumber wagon. Will exchange for real estate. CHAS. BALDWIN, 660 West Indiana.. Fob sale—an elegant pass carriage. pair of to and, gentle, sorrel mams, and harness, all complete; an elegant family rig. the property of a party having no further use for them. Apply, from 9to 10 a. m.. Boom 0, Bice A Jackson building, corner of West Randolph and Jagoraon-aU. FOB SALE-FINE DRIVING STOCK-ONE PAIR fine bred brown mares. 6 years old; seven head of nice single hones. Tho above stook are said by those who have seen them to be the finest lot of horses brought to Chicago this season, and will be sold for what they are worth. They can be seen, for a few days, at Dwight A Raney’s stables, 145 and H< South S&ngamon-it. JOHN P. HUBBELL. FOR SALE—SEPARATE OB TOGETHER, ONE two-seated boggy, new harness, and good horse. A great bargain given. Address Z 94, Tribune office. • For sale-cheap—a nice, good-stepping buggy hone; also, a cheap farm wagon to sell or cx chonge lor a lighter one at 45 South Ann-st. • F)R SALE-CHEAP-A FIRST-GLASS HORSE, wagon, and harness, suitable for a delivery or express team; have no more use lor 1-. Call at 48 North Hal sted-st. For sale-eockaway and double har ness in good order, on 6 months’ credit. Can be seen at WHEDE A COOK’S stable, comer Mosroe-st. and Miohlgan-av. SALE-A HANDSOME BAY PONY. PKB- X foctly gentle. Also, a span of largo mules. Apply southeast corner Fulton and Deaptaiaes-its. THOR BALE—BI2S—A GOOD SECOND-HAND TOP buggy at DWIGHT A RANEY’S Stable, 153 Sanga mon-st. ; ; FOR SALE-CHEAP-A TEAM 07 GOOD. SOUND horses, 8 years oldj weights 2.900. Suitable for any heavy work. Apply at 150 North Desplaiaes-sU Reason for selling, leaving tho city. FOB SALE-CHEAP—ONE TWO SEATED FAMILY carriage, half extension top, suitable for one or two horses. Also light pair double harness. Inquire' at 77 South Morgan-st. . . . TR OR SALE-HORSE, OPEN BUGGY, AND HAR- X ness. 2 top buggies and 1 open buggy very cheap. OSCAR FIELD, 43and44Coagress-st. FOR SALE—A GOOD BUSINESS WAGON FOR 8125, used only 6 mouths; also express acd business wagons on band, and to order. G. T. STONEHAM, 44 Bldridgo-eourt. ; For sale-2 horses fit for express,- i s spring business buggy, 13-soated buggy, 1 light snide iprtng boggy, 1 open buggy. 822 TBOR SALE-OR TRADE FOR A GOOD HORSE, A’ a top buggy, nearly new. Call at 897 Loo mis-st., corner Hastings. i Fob salb-or exchange good open buggy and new harness. Will sell cheap or exchange for lot. DAVIS A PIKE, 135 Dearbom-at. For sale-one vert nice coupe rook away, nearly new; several new No. 1 buggies, single lalso two business rigs, complete, at WHEELER A COOK’S Stables, 149 iUchigan-aT., HzaKJteaaftrt. _ * HORSES AND CARRIAGES. FOB SALE—A GOOD SADDLE PONT AT 478 Sonth Ealsted-st. • '•• • - i ■CILBTOHEB, LAZBAB a CHENEY, MANUFACTURE, J} era of fine top and open buggies, road and business wagons, Ac., factory corner Sedgwick andDivirion-sts.,! , salesroom 825 State-st.; a fall lino on band for sale at low : prices. . . FOB SALE-A GOOD SULKY; also a good barber’s chair, cheap. Inquire of 0. H. WIBNEB, 700 West Monroo-st. T?On SALE—THE CHEAPEST CANVAS-TOP X* - light business wagon in the city at JAS. MAX* "WELL’S, Twenty-third -at., between Michigan and Indla na-avs. TTIQR SALK—A LEATHER SHIFTING, TOP BUG JDv gy, used 1 year; price $175. .Apply to GEBBKB, WILSON A CO., corner FVaaklln and Qoiney-sts. "HI OB SALB-A BLOODED MARE 5 TEAKS OLD: J 1 ’ must be sold; a good stopper. (3 minutes), or will trade for a good oxproaa horse. H 71, Tribune office. • FOB BALE-A NICE BUGGY OB RIDINO-HOBSE: will sell cheap for want of nso. W. L. PRICE, 42d "West Tayloret. CIOB SALE-ONE STYLISH. WELL-BUILT HORSE. X* coming 6 yean old; coal-black, and weighing about thirteen hundred: or will trade for a lighter, desirable buggy-horse. ALLEN A BARTLETT, 443 to 451 West Van Baren-it. THOR SALE-CHEAP —LIGHT, STYLISH TOP- X 1 buggy (Brown make). Can be seen In rear of 348 Oalumet-ar. FOE SALE-3 SINGLE-SEATED ROAD-WAGONS, very fine and light; 1 two-soated top-carriage; light and heavy grocery and express wagons; also, a few fine light top-buggies of my own make, at a great bargain for the next ten days at HATHAWAY’S, 6Qu Stato-at. "IjVOE SALB-A DESIRABLE CHESTNUT MARE.ISM X* ‘ hands high, well broke, can trot in 4 minutes, very stylish, fit for a lady to drive: the owner is obliged to have money before Wednesday. Apply at 668 State-st. ' Fob sale black horse a years old, weight LOGO lbs, sound, good style, cheap. Inquire at 403 West Erio-et., up stairs., in rear. Fob sale-or trade-a handsome 4-year, old small Canadian mare, dapple bay, warranted in every respect: to trade for a larger horse. WILSON, 229 South State-si. Call to-day. " ; TBOB SALE - A GENTLE, QUIOK-STKPPINQ X 1 horse, at 633 West Washlngtoo-st. TBOR SALE-CHE AP-THE NICEST HORSE IN THE X 1 city fora lady; buggy and harness. A 5-year old Hamiltonian colt, at b&m In roar of 1060 Waboah-av. Fob sale-or exchange fob a good horse, a new baggy. Apply at 354 West Polk-et. EOR SALK-ONE BLACK 16 BANDS FINE CAB rlsge hoise:ono clover bay, $130; one "White pony. ANTHONY, 17 Sixtocnth-st. Foe salb-at kw twknty-second-st. one - covered express wagon, new. Goan A Tenbroeke make. FOB SALE—A CARRIAGE. WILL SELL FOR cash or exchange lor roal estate. Inquire at 164 East Van Buron-st. * Fob sale-a young horse, weighs 1,300 lbs, works double or single, sound, and kind: also buggy hone, 6 years old, black, good stepper, sound, and kind; bo driven by a lady. Apply at 231 and 233 West Madison-st. For sale—a nearly new, very stylish, built-to-order, first-class phaoton: cost $426: price Q9DO if taken at once. Winona Llveiy Stables, Mozxroo st., between Wabash and Michigan-av. FOB SALE-ONE HEAVY LUMBER TEAM, WITH harness and wsgon; also two black hones, a good match for a carriage. Inquire at 148 Klngsbory-st., North Bran oh, - FOR SALE-OHEAP-ONE HORSE, BUGGY, AND harness; also, ons fine gray bone. 6 years old- E. ROGERB, 177 East Madison-st., Room 9. • FOB SALE-CHEAP-HORSE. TOP BUGGY, AND harness, ail complete; buggy and harness nearly new; horse good stepper. Inquire at 710 State-et. TTIOB SALE-A SPLENDID HORSE AND FAMILY J? carriage; horse 6 years old, Bound and kind? carriage one seat or two; will bs sold cheap; owner no use for them. Inquire at 89 Madison-st., Boom 8. \ SALE—FIRST-CLASS DRIVING HORSE, J* young, and gives promise of speed. Apply at Office 18, No. 164 Washfiigton-st. L N. ASH A CO. ; Fob sale-a good top-buggy, run only one season, just aa good as new, low phaeton stylo, just the thing lor pleasure driving; price, only SKO. Call Monday morning at 908 Michigan-av., near Twenty flftb-st. • For sale—a goodnotionpeddlebwaqon, for one or two horses; also horso and harness. Apply 800 Hnbbard-at., In the stable. . For sale-a good horse, buggy, and hae noee. cheap. Inqoixe at 11? Fifth-av., up stairs. For sale-one two-seated light busi ness wagon t several open and top second-hand bug gios; also some nrst-claee light and nesvy buggies of our own make. HAYDE A O ’BRIEN, 731 SUte-st,, Chi cago. For sale-a light, yacht body, open buo gy, nearly now. Inquire at Grand Central Stables, on Fourteenth-»t- r between Wabash and Mlchigan-avs. FOR SALE-CHEAP—THREE TWO-SEATED CAB risges, one rockaway carriage, and one two-seated open democrat wagon. Can be seen at Wren’s Stable, Twenty .sixth-tt. and Cottage Grove-av. FOR SALE-CHEAP-DUMP-CARTS, AND HAR ness to match: team harness, wagon harness, dray harness, and all kinds of harness, at Government Goods Depot, 195 and 197 Bast Lake-st. . For sale-ob exchange-one first-olass family horse, * ‘jump seat” buggy, and harness, or ox change for city or outside real estate. Apply or address T, 43 wabash-av. For sale-dump-carts, and harness to match, at Government Goods Depot, ISS end 197 East Lake-st. ' FOR SALE—GENTLEMAN’S ROAD MARE,YOUNG and sound; can trot in SO or better. In rear 158 West Honroo-st, FOR SALE-A GRAY MARE, 8 YEARS, WEIGHT 1,100, good and true, suitable for work or express, cheap; also, a set of harness, nearly new, cheap. Q& Butterficld-st. - • For sale —cheap—a new side-saddle, bridle, etc., complete; has been used bat once. In quire at 404 Michlgaa-sv. . I HAVE FOR SALE ONE NEW WAGON, SUITABLE for tho furniture business, or peddler’s wagon, which I will sell cheap. SS9 Sooth Canu-st. *1 HAVE FOR SALE LIGHT AND HEAVY EX JL press and delivery wagons of all kinds, at 268 South Canal-st. IHAVB FOB SALE ONE NEW, LIGHT, ROAD buggy, with top; also, one second-hand open buggy, at 261 South Canal-st. I WANT A HORSE, BUGGY, AND HARNESS. AND pay for them with furniture or first-class board. Ad dress or call 659 Waahlngton-ar., second floor. ~ TF YOU WANT A GOOD HARNESS COME AND JL soe mo at 4© Btatc-st. J. A. ISLE. I WANT A GOOD BUGGY IN EXCHANGE FOR A lot in South Englewood. Inquire or address Singer Office, 315 South Halsted-st. ■ JR. B BOOKMAN. 190 TWENTY-SECOND-ST., • has lor new ana second-hand buggies, phaetons, express wagons, horse and harness. Horses, buggies, and carriages, to let at all times; SO new Concords tor prices lower than ever. XTEW LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE. COB XN ner Wabaah-av. and Twent y-third-st. Good accom modations for boarders. Orders for carriages promptly attended to. PASTURAGE— BXCELLENTFEED, WATER, AND shade near city. 0. H. BECKWITH A SONS. PHAETON BUGGY FOB SALE CHEAP. APPLY at 207 and 209 East Monroe-it. _ PASTURAGE AT DOWNER’S GROVE-300 ACRES, good water, lots of shade, personal attention given to lame, crippled, and fancy horses; 76 cents per week; horses brought out and returned. 1 refer to H. G. Pow ers, Union National Bank;- O. H. Morse, Fair bank, Morse & Co.: Gon. A. C. Ducat, 165 LaSalle-st.; LL O ree ill oaf, Chicago. Leave orders with any of these gen tlemen. or address FRED M. WOODS, Downer's Grove, 111. The trotting stallion “heart of oak” will covor a limited number of mares at CHITTEN DEN’S stable, rear of 1060 Wabaah-av. npHB PLACE TO GET FIRST-CLASS LIVERY IS 1 at WHEELER A COOK’S Stables, 140 Michigan-**., corner Monroo-at. ' _ _ ANTED—A HORSE AND BUGGY OR LIGHT express wagon for 3 or 4 hours each morning, to de llver papers with. Address V 65, Tribune office. TfTANTKD-A GOOD BUGGY HORSE, SOUND, YY good stepper, weightng9soto 1,100 pounds; cheap for cash. Apply to JAS- W. ELLSWORTH, 1 West Bandolph-at. ' •YTTANTED-A SECOND-HAND BASKET OB BODY VY phffiton in good order; must bo cheap for cash. In quire, or address, 31 North Canal-st. WANTED— A HORSE WITH OR WITHOUT CAE riage, to be used in collecting in tho city only for a few weeks or months. Any one having the same notin use will please state if they will allow them to be used as a compensation for their keeping, and if not naming how nmen they will charge per month for their use. Ad dreu 841, Tribune office. Wanted— a good driving horse. call ax 175 West Adams-at- TCT ANTED—HORSE, WAGON, AND HARNESS VY for cash: will buy hone separate: must be a bargain. BECK, IS3 Dearborn-st., Boom 13. • TTfANTED—A SOUND. YOUNG HORSE OF GOOD YV gait, and gentio; also, a top boggy. JOS. B. CHANDLER, Room 5 Honoro Block, comer Dearborn and Monroe-staJ ■ • TXTANTED-A GOOD SECOND-HAND TOP BUGGY, YV in exchange for a diamond ring. Address H 82, Tribune office. • TS7ANTED—A HORSE AND BUGGY, OB LIGHT YY express wagon, for 3or 4 hours oaoh morning, to liver papers with. Address V 66, Tribune office. WANTED— A GOOD SECOND-HAND EXPRESS wagon, medium weight. Gall, with wagon, at 436 West Madison-st. ' WANTED—SECOND-HAND BASKET PONY Yv phaeton: must be ingood condition, and a bargain. Exhibit at WflUFlELD’odrug ctere. corner Eighteenth and State-sts., on Monday, from 8 to 11 a. m. - WANTED CARRIAGE, —A LIGHT THBEE scated covered rockaway or carriage: one that haa been used but not injured. Inquire at GERBERTA JARRETTS, comer of Franklin and Qnincy-sta. . TTTANTED -SIX GOOD TEAMS, - SUITABLE FOB VY railroad work. Apply 69 West Randolph-st., Room 2. S. MATHISON, Contractor. TTTANTED—A GOOD HORSE AND HARNESS Yv suitable fora buggy; must be kind: cheap forcash: or will trade a good lot for a good rig. BOXLVIN A CO., <8 South Clark-st.. Boom 7. ■ WE HAVE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ABOUT fifteen more boarding bones, at the Northwestern Stables, No. 2SO and 262 Michigan-*’., near Rush. Terms reasonable. WANTED— A LADY’S PHAETON CHEAP FOR or would trade a Lady Elgin, with fine gold cases, for same. Address Y 50, Tribune office. WILL SELL OR TRADE. A SMALL, ELEGANT bay zuaro, weight about 80% light road wagon and harness, for fast trotting mare or gelding. Address H SO, Tribune office. WISH TO BUY HORSE, TOP BUGGY, AND EAR cess; a good rig: horse large and good stepper, for which a good price will be paid in diamonds. Address or call at 6 and % Wabash-av., upstairs. . WANTED-A PONY, WEIGHT, ABOUT 800 OR 900 tbs; quiet, sound,' and good for saddlo or phzeton. I want to put la tho trades 8100 gold watch. Pony must be handsome. Send address, or apply to GLADE, 117 South Franklin-at, ClC*i\ WILL BUT a SET OP DOUBLE CARRIAGE «pUv/ harness, never been used. Cost, SICO. Who wants them? N 97, Tribune office. fq CA WILL BUY HORSE, OPEN BUGGY. HAR auU nets, Ac., if taken this week. Address H B,’ rihuna office. £1 rre WILL BUY GOOD HORSE. BUGGY, AND W-L i O haewu. 387 Wqrt Moaroc*t. Call iaatatgtqly. _ 4 *•* - BUSINESS CHANCES. A first-class book store foe sale inthb flourishing town of Dixon, UL, 93 miles west of Chi cago, on the Northwestern Railroad: a good stand well assorted with books, stationery, walJ-paper, ten, fancy goods, do.; will be sold at private sale; capital required $5,000; most be sold In the next 10 dan; reasons for soiling good. Dixon is tho county seat of Lee County; popula tion about 6,000, and is destined to be an important manufacturing town; terms cash. For farther inform** tion, address or call on REYNARD BROS., Dixon, 111* A PRIVATE SCHOOL FOE SALE. ADDRESS H 63, Tribune office. A DRUG STORE, "WITH GOOD ESTABLISHED trade, for sale. To a party meaning business a good opportunity will be giroa. Address E 64, Tribune office. A SMALL HOTEL. KNOWN AS THE DEPOT House, 106 West W ater-st., opposite the Milwaukee 4‘N. W, R. R. Depot, for sale, with lease, license, and barn In the roar. Apply on the premises. JOHN HAN KXGAN. A LADY OP GOOD ADDRESS, WITH READY cash of 81,000, can buy lease anil furniture of an established business phero a for to no can be made; a big chance to the right party; am obliged to quit business on acoonnt of ill-haalth. Apply at 876 South State-st. A TOBACCO, CIGAR, NOTION. CANDY. AND stationery store, with fixtures of store for sale, and .three rooms to rent, only $35 per month, on one of the best streets In the city. Good reasons for selling. Those that can pay down 9600 can have a bargain, and no others need apply to, or address, H 3, Tribune office, stating full name and where an interview can be bad. A NO. 1 SALOON IN A FIRST-CLASS LOCATION, doing good business, for sale; reason for selling,going into otherbusiness. Call Monday at SO West MadXaon-st. J. jg*. REESE, proprietor. A TOBACCO ROUTE WITH HORSE, WAGON, harness, and jars for sale; the route baa been es tablished nearly two years. Inquire at 167 East Adama-st. A SPLENDID OPENING FOR A BATH-ROOM OR ■ trunk business. Apply to PEKIN TEA COM PANY. S7B State-st. A GOOD SALOON ON THE NORTH SIDE, FTRST elass location, doing a good business, cheap for cash. Apply to THOMAS MCGOVERN, with Swain, Barnard A Co., 43 and 45 SUte-st. A VALUABLE PATENT FOB A STATE OB TWO for sale, or will give a man of means an Interest for use of money. Address Y 49, Tribune office. AUGHT MANUFACTURING BUSINESS IN THE line of grocers 1 sundries lor sale, with a trade es tablished, where a small cspltol of $2,000 or $3,000 wIU bo required. Tho advertiser would retain an interest if de sirable. Adddess B 82, Tribune office. Abash and door factory for sale; best location in the city, with all new and first-class ma chtoery, with cheap rent. Address Z 41, Tribune office. AN OPEN FRUIT STAND WITH GOOD STOCK for sale. 340 State-st., doing a fine trade. APAEIY WITH SUqCO OB 61.600 CAN WALK IN to a paying billiard ball on public thoroughfare; for gala. Inquire of M. BEVERLEY, 21, 123 LaSalle-st. A LARGE BILLIARD BALL, AT A BARGAIN, for sale—{Very well adapted fora concert saloon), together with a hue fitted np saloon in tho best business location on West Hadlson-et.: this business can be bought also without billiards and stock. For particulars, inquire of B. J. NOCKIN, 75 South Dearboro-st. A WELL-FURNISHED CUSTOM BOOT AND ■hoc business for sale, on account of retimmentfrozn business. Call and see on the promises, 123 West MadU son-st. A SAMPLE-ROOM FOB SALE, ONE OF THE BEST locations on the South Side, near tho Court-House, fit for wholesale or retail trade: good largo basement, • with stock or without. H77 Tribune office. A BOARDING-HOUSE, IN CONNECTION WITH A good-paring saloon, (or sale cheap for cash; can ac commodate is boarders: rent reasonable, with long lease. Inquire of O. F. REUICK, 170 East Adams-st., Room 14, Attorney at Law. ■ A GROCERY. WITH STOCK AND FIXTURES, for sole. A bargain if token at once. Apply at 415 South Clark-st. A BAKERY, CONFECTIONERY, AND NEWS depot, doing a first-rate business, on Loke-st., (or sale. Splendid chance for a restaurant. The. best of reasons for selling. Inquire at 753 Fuitqu-et. ■ NICE LITTLE STATIONERY STORE TO BE •old Immediately for S3OO cash, really worth S4OO. Rent only sl3. Apply at southwest comer State and Jockson-sto. A SALOON ON HALSTED-ST. FOR SALE cheap: best location; satisfactory reasons for sell ing: cheap rent; $476 if taken this week. D. S. ING HAM, 64 South Deeplainos-gt. ■ AN .OLD ESTABLISHED MANUFACTURING •business, with largo trade, in a good location In this city, for sale. Cosh required from $5,000 to $S,000; easy terms for balance, or would tako for part real oetato in ex change, if preferred. Would sell an interest to on active businessman. Reason for soiling: bad health. Address II 80, Tribane office. A CARRIAGE FACTORY IN THE COUNTRY, FOR sols; A good opportunity for a practical man with moderate means. Inquire at 143 Statc-st. TJOARDING-HOUSE AND SALOON FOR SALE— X) 15 bedrooms, on North Wells-st,; will be sold cheap for cash. Apply to 6. J. NOOKIN, 75 South Dearhorn-st. TJUILDING, FIXTURES. AND STOCK OF BTA JJ tlonery, cigars, and tobacco. Splendid location. Everything-tn imrfoct trim. Sale on account of ill-health. $4,000 to $6,00) cosh required. 369 West Madison-st. Billiard and sample room doing a cash business, situated on Madison-st.. for sale. Reason for rolling: proprietor is leaving the city. Gall or address F. HOWARD, 83 Wilson-at. Confectionery and news depot for sale. Cause of sals, sickness. 393 West Lake-st. CIGAR STORE IN GOOD LOCATION, FOR SALE. Address in full name. E 46, Tribune office. Dressmaking and pattern business fob sale cheap; good reasons. 258 West Madison-st., up-stairs. . FOR A PERSON HAVING SMALL CAPITAL TO join tho subscriber in the manufacture of specialities, paying large profits and having ready sals; will bear in vestigation. Address H £6,- Tribune office. 1 Fixtures and tools of meat market fob sale. Corner store to rent cheap. Apply at SOO Woet Harriaon-st. Great bargain, with lease of dwell. lag, ■» desirable meat market and packing house fnr solo. Good location. Dally sales largo. Inquire of H. UNDERWOOD A SON, 25 Market-st.. n ROCERY FOR SALE—THE OLDEST AND BEST vX family grocery on tbo South Sido, between Twenty* second .fit. and Hyde Park. Business, 850,000 a year. Has a fine lot of paying customers. No bonus asked. Parties . are going into the manufacturing business. Ad dross V 3d, Tribune office. Grocery store and boarding-house fob sale cheap. Apply at 214 North Halsted.ft* Good manufacturing business for sale or exchange for Chicago property: goods as staple as Hour: will sell, and take the goods of factory in pay. ment; also good sewing-machine for sale; work given for pay. Inquire at 814 State-st. . TTOTEL FOR SALE—A HOTEL AND BOARDING ■O, ’ house, consisting of 24 rooms, well famished, and full of steady boarders; rent cheap, and location first* class; close to railroad station. For sale at a bargain; reason for selling owner leaving tho oity. Address H 58, Tribune office. JOB PRINTING OFFICE—THE PROPRIETOR OF a small bnt prosperous job printing office, desirous of enlarging facilities, will dispose of a half or third interest to an acceptable party who has SI,OOO to $2,000 capital, and is competent to manage either the mechanical or business department; or would consolidate with another establish* znont having steam-power and cylinder presses; unexcep tionable references given and required, and the strictest investigation invited. Address H 40, Tribune office. T AUNDBY FOR SALE. IN COMPLETE RUNNING Jj order, in best location on West Side,, doing a good paying business. Will be sold cheap for cash. Health of tbo proprietor cause of sale. Call at CRESCENT LAUNDRY, 274 West Lake-st. Lease and furniture of a first-class betel, in oca of the best locations in Chicago, for sale: house doing a first-class business. Apply to WM. H. SAMPSON A CO., 144LaSsUe-»t., Otis Block. Large brick factory for manufactur lug hubs, spokes, felloes, and woodwork generally, with a logo amount of tools and machinery, good engine and boiler, belting all new, with a largo trade, for aale; and this can be bought at a bargain; satisfactory reasons for selling. For further particulars Inquire of H. F. ELDRED & CO., 155 Monroe-st. Laundry and fixtures in good locality for sale cheap: most sell; going East. Apply on promises, 119 West Adams-st., corner of Desplalnes. T AUNDRY IN GOOD LOCALITY DOING A GOOD JU business, foe sale cheap. 11l health of proprietor cause of selling. Apply at 343 Booth Clark-st. ■ TV TEAT-MARKET FOB BENT, CHEAP. AND FTT- IrJL tnrcs for sale. 433 West Hnobard-st. Meat, vegetable, and poultry market, one of the best on the West Side, doing a business of 250.000 per year; good reasons for selling. Address K 5, xribano office. * ONE OP THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT markets on Madiaon-at. for sale at a bargain; has not changed bands for 7years; have a loose for four years longer at a low rent. The market is located at 490 West Madiaon-at. Apply to the owner, ALBERT LONGLEY, at the Massasoit House. ' ONE OF THE BEST I.OOATED PHOTOGRAPH cilleries Is the City of Chicago for sale cheap, or woofd eell one-half Interest to a practical man* Address B. D. HELM, Tribane office. ■ ONE-HALF INTEREST IN A PRINTING OFFICE for sale; $2. GOO, cash. One-half Interest in the best-paying, business In Chi cago, $1,600. SUMMERVILLE A COUSINS, 178 Stale st., Room 12. _ Rare change for a druggist-tee well known and loutt-establishad Northwestern Homcc patbia Pharmacy, No. 619 Wabaah-av., comprising the entire stock, fixtures and building, will be sold pursuant to an order of the County Court, fay the undersigned as the Administratrix of the estate of O. M. Von Schlelben. Parti as wishing to bid on the same, will please send seal ed proposals to S. F. Hanchett, Deputy Sheriff, at the County Court (Old Court-House), by tbo 15th day of June, 1873: such proposition must contain terms of purchase, whether for cash, or part, on time, and what security, also name and address of the bidderr. Mark envelope ** Bid on Pharmacy, 1 * 619 Wabash-av. AUGUSTA VON SCHLEIBEN. Administratrix. SMALL CIGAR AND NEWS STORE DOING A good business, for sale. Satisfactory reasons given for selling out. Apply at £s?s North WeUs-st. SAMPLE ROOM IN FIRST-CLASS LOCATION FOR sale, taking $1,2C0 per month over the bar. big profits; rent only B*o per month. A man witk SSTO can got possession If taken on Monday. BOILVXN A CO., 48 South Clark-st., Room 7. QTBAM FLOURING MILL FOR SALE CHEAP. HAS O 7 run of stone, new engine of ample power in good or der; la La a town of 9,000 people; good local trade; ship ping facilities, two Eastern railroads and Mississippi River. Terms easy. Address or call on F. L. UNDER WOOD, Muscatine, lowa. . SALOON AND FIXTURES FOR SALE CHEAP. OR. will sell fixtures without the liquors if called for at once. 267 North Market-at. SALOON AND BOARDING-HOUSE FOR SALE; 13 rooms, all well fitted up, with two Tears’ lease, and only 860 rent. Twenty good paying boarders in the house. Muatbo sold, on account of sickness. Call for throe days. Inquire at 807 South Clark-st. ' SHOE SHOP AND DWELLING (COTTAGE), WITH lease for 6 years, rental S6O a yew, for sale, cheap; will rent for 800 a month. Inquire at 239 Walnut-st. Twklbth-st. bus line offertheir route, with stock, tors&ie, with or without bam; will rent barn to ths tamo, if wanted; reason for selling: sickness. Aypl/toW. A. RUSSELL, Agent, SO West Twelfth*!. mHB SOAPMAATJFACTETaniG establishsibnt J. formerly known as the “Lakeside Chemical Works," for sale. Complete In all its appointments. A rare chance for those wishing to engage in the soap-making basinets. on a moderate or extensive scale. Apply to or addreseu. A. McINTYHg, 634 Westlndlsna-et* rpHE EIGHT KIND OP A MAN, HAVING A FEW X thousand dollars, can eot a third interest in an es tablished and legitimate business,at once secure andipro .fitable; jaako jour own appointments by addressing HH» Tribune offlee. mHE BEST LEGITIMATE MANUFACTURING SCSI -1 neu in Chicago for sals; will tales cart pay In real es tate. Apply at Bradley’s Bank, S3 Exchange-place, near Board oi Trade* BUSINESS CHANCES. mo GRAD.' DEAIjBES—EOR X. (jlovator- with engine ana eyaryconTanience for rtrr. see and grain business- st Ashton Station, on C, A J? w7 B. R., or will exchange fiar snbnrban' or dty proDekr JOHlf 8. BUCHAKAM, J59 LaSalle-sL, Boon, HYBICIAN3-S7OO WILL BUY AN OFFICE PHAgT ties paying SCOO a month. Medicines and fnrnit&m fixtures of nte rooms included. Best of reasons tar «.n tog. Addrcas WB, Triboao office. - Stock of groceries akd liqcors, fTf tore, foraale, license miinlnE ononir, *IOO. to lesso: locality eood. Apply, who mosni6oia»rS owner, 129 Sampson-st. Cause, otfaar busings. SMALL FURNISHING ffBDBE DOING A GOOD business, fixtures, email stodi:, and two years’ sale. Cause, poor health. Rooms suitable 'for-hotjj*, keeping in rear of store. For particulars address V 45, Tribune office. WAATED-A PARTY TO BBffili.ODT SBVEHaE inTontions on shares for tbw exhibition. Address Box 94, P. 0., Chicago. A fortoosw. - . • * WE HATE OSE OR TWO BARB CHANCES FOB men to make a fortune •wlthsmai. buxtnen flrahalMa. STOKE 4 SKIKNEB, .119 Damboui-ct.. Room 5. __ J « ANTED TO SELL ON ACOOV™"?,. 0 Y ; Hi, health, one half interest in an established good pay. tog business; S6OO required. Onii* thosw ®aj give good references need address H 45, Tribune ftatbg where an Interview can be bad. - - Oinn CASH.(EASY TERMS! WILL BOV BOOT, tftJLU v herb, and news store; 227 West Randolph-st. at aa BUYS A HALF-INTEREST IN A PACTra S)J.Uv manufacturing business. 43 Canal-si., pass rtonn WILL BUY A SALOON AND BOARD; tog-house, close to a depot; fixtures and fox. nitoxo complete, room for 40 boarders. Address D Tribune office- CM Ann WILL BUY A HALF INTEREST ET A 2>l,UUu well established cash business, paying halt, tuat amount monthly. 127 South Clarke-st., Rcom S& » Qi prnn CASH WILL BUY A RETAIL OAWff besisess to this city, with rooms for house keeping overbore fornlshod. Address D, Carrier 3d. , <ZJI £AA WILL BUY A FIRST-CLASS CIGAR. «pJL,UuU store with sample-room attached. Both ms well stocked, including 12 well famished rooms suitable, for boarding-house, being situated in good locality with very cheap rent: Mtlsfactory reason given for selling out er will nouso and lot on business street. Inqulf* at 83 West Randolph-at.. Cigar Store. OO AAA WILL BUY HALF INTEREST IN A, Ut/U good paying hotel. If you want a nod. business call at once at tho Powell House, corner wn. waukeo and Western-avs. TO EXCHANGE* Fob exoeianqb—for real estate, stocks* or merchandise of any description: Forms in Wia conala. lowa, ana Illinois, $50,000. g4,000 stock q/ merchandise, all staple goods. 82,000 worth at gold watches and jewelry. 31,200 worthof b'ocs from a nursery at wholesale contot goods and store, SIO,OOO. Railway stationhots!, 40 rooms, doing a fine business.' First-class custom mill, with hones, wagons, etc., A CO., 43 South OUrk st, Room 7. TO EXCHANGED A FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS AND location, consisting of stationery, notions, Ac., Urge store, with Ice cream parlor* in rear, rent only effiper month, near Union Park. Inquire of LAWRENCE & MOFFETT, 131 Madison. O EXCHANGE—FOR AN IMPROVED FARM OP 100 or SCO acres within 75 milea cl Chicago, 10 lota with ImproTomenta near Central Pork, fronting on Lake, Pork ar. and Washington-st. Inquire on the premises, of ad dress O. WELLS. 1305 West iAke-at., Chicago. - r EXCHANGE—FARM IN THE STATE OP NEW York, 3 miles north of Syracuse (city of 60,000); best 100-acre farm in county. Price, 825,000. Will exchange for Chicago property, and pay or assume SIO,OOO. Wu. GARNETT A CO., 153Monioe-»t., Boom 3. .■ mo EXCHANGE HARNESS OR WORK FOR X clothing or groceries. Address AK, care of Letter Carrier No. 62. _ TO EXCHANGE—TWELVE GOOD FARMS 13 Blinds and Indiana. Nebraska, Wisconsin, Kansas, and lowa lands for city or suburban property. Will pay cash and assume Incumbrance. SHANNON A TBZPPR Reaper Block, basement. rEXCHANGE-FOR LEASE AND FORNITCBB of good boarding bouse or other property, acoUagfr and lot C5x120, plonty of fruit and good water, in a beau tiful town in Wisconsin. Regular Qua of steamboats and railroad. Bargain. Address EIOO, Tribune office. rpO EXCHANGE—IMPROVED FARM OF 85a. X acres, near a thriving town in Wisconsin, on Chicago, ' Milwaukee A SC. Paul Railroad, also store and warehouse, and residences in said town foamorchandiso.and if neces sary will pay part cash. Address 15 30, Tribune office. TO EXCHANGE—FARM OF 80 ACRES IN Wis consin and 1,230 acres iu 3Us* ourl, for household furni ture or other convertible merchandise. Apply to J, D. VEEDENBURGH, Northwestern Show Oaae Manufac turing Company, 59 and 61 South Canal-st. r EXCHANGE-FARM OF-235 ACRES; 15 ACRES timber, 10 acre apple orchard, 3 springs, wells, large house of 14 rooms, near Danbv. DuPago County, SOaQe* from Chicago. F. J. WEIDINGEB A GO., Ik&l Estate Agents, Room 51 Metropolitan Block, northwest comer Randolph and LaSalle-st. ‘ TO EXCHANGE INSIDE AND CHOICE SUB urban property in equity to amount of i 30,000, for one or more farms, or village or residence property. Also, $5,000, secured paper, as first payment on 10 acres suita ble for subdivision. J< S. WOLFE, 119 Dearbom*st. TO EXCHANGE-FOB LOTS-A NEW 9-ROOM bouse and lot, good location. West Division, noon Aohland-av. and vanßnren-rt. cars: immediate posses sion. JACOB O. MAGILL. 81 and 83 South Clark-st^ TO EXCHANGE-FOB BUILDING LOTS—A NEW. brick residence; location and finish first-class. JACOB C. MAGILL, 81 ad 83 Snath Ctetk-rt. TO EXCHANGE—EVANSTON—A FINE COEKZS, 78x180. four block, from depot, on the ridge, and mr the residences of J. H. Kedxie and H. B. Huiy—» wish to exchange this or South Evanston lota for lumber. OSBORN A SKILLMAN, 138 South Clark-sU - > TO EXCHANGE—FOB UNIMPROVED CUT property, boo** No. 93d Fudton-it,, with comer lot* Address H 50, Trtbnao office. mo EXCHANGE—4 OB 8 DOTS "SOUTH SIDB X suburban” for lot, or cottago and lot, not over $2,000* Address N 6, Tribune office. TO EXCHANGE—IN PAET-FIRSTCLASS MILK, farm, 315 acres, within 2 % miles of the city of Elgin, with TO cows, all necessary farming implements, for A rwl- £ dence in this city worth from 81Q.UC0 to 820,000; farm par* .■ w now about SSOO per month. Call at Boom 12, ItfScath cSrk-st. - •• • ) mo BXCHANGE-I have a nice lot WHICH 1 X will trade for furniture, jewelry.or horse and carnage. Call and 800 me. STONE, U9 Dearbom-at., Boom 4. r> wyfTETANftK —A FINE SQO-ACRE STOCK-FARM, i 3 hours ride from here; on station; manmictaring | town: water-power; for other property. 183 comer Deabom. » TO EXCHANGE—DEAEBORN-ST, NEAB_JACK. I son, for a house and lot. L. L. WILSON, Room 4, i : , 123 LaSallo-st. J £v TO EXCHANGE—A FINE-TONED PIANO FORA f stock of domestic and imported cigar*. Inquire SWi- r day next, at 12 o’clock, at 37l Buttercold-st. • ' < TO EXCHANGE —lO R CHICAGO PBOPEBIT, >■ eleven portable grist mills, boat in the market, chs*?- EASTMAN, 3 Arcade-court. - O EXCHANGE—IB YEARS’ LEASE, OF 55S feet, comer Hoisted and Wojmond-sts., for noise baggy or suburban lota, T. B. BOYD, 180 West Wash* lngton-st. TO EXCHANGE-LOT ON COTTAGE-PLACE, BE tween Thirty-first and Thlrty-scpond-sta.. east boat, p for bouse and lot worth SJ, UOO or_85,000; will paydilto enco in cash. T. B. BOYD, 180 West Waahington-sf. O EXCHANGE—32O-ACRE FARSI, WELL ,l 5 proved, in Illinois, for suburban residence or tots, ■will givo bargain- T. B. BOYD, ISO Wet WaiSlri ton-st. • - r TO EXCHANGE—SEVERAL GOOD FARMS, city property or outside lots. ALSO Cottage and lot* for acre property. Hyde Park lota, for good cottage on leased lot. By GEO. W. REED s to.* 1U LaSalle-at.. basemeit. rrO EXCHAIfOE-A FARM OF 180 ACRES ON TEH t. 1 MUsUsippi River, nesr Boonorille, Cooper Comitr. | AVir.,' for property In Cook Count,. ID. AddreMUE, ; Tribune office. O EXCHANGE—BO ACRES MILES SBOMTBJI v Court-House, subdivided into block* of 5 acres «*a. b located on a railroad and near a depot. Can trade raecr \ more blocks, to suit, for dwellings or Improved btutaew property. Tblsia a rare chance to obtain aero pregntf t . that Is bound to doable within the year. PHXLPOT * HONORE, 157 Waahington-st., Rooms 6 and 7. - •• i TO EXOHANGE-860,000 BUSINESS PBOPBK for acres. ' * 917,000 business property for acres. 530,000, resldenco an MlehLraa-aT for acres. 917,000, residence at Hyde Park for acres. gOOO, good residence lots for bouses. -- WO, fire acres as first payment far boose. v .._ 000, acn» property for improved business propanT* re* (free from incumbrance) for good farm. ~ Three lots and cash for bouse and lot. • . j Suburban lots for farms. Good borne and lot. West Side, for vacant lot. , r Good lot in burnt district for bouse and lot. rr 110 feet st Council Bluff* for Chicago property. SON 4 MONTGOMERY, Room It Pels Block. TO EXCHANGE-FIRST-CLASS BRICK log for brick or lumber. 0. P. McKaY, 13 ilonroo-st. ; i - TtrANTED—TO EXCHANGE—REAL ESTAE PAT; IT lag a good interest on prices asked and H stock of merchandise from $5,000 to 520,000. Ad 22, Tribune ogee. -*• "WT ANTED—TO EXCHANGE—A GOOD MHSIH* vT trotting horse, open or top buggy wantwiCaj"*' class merchant tailoring. Address V 70. Triboasofflo*: XITANTED-TOTRADE fob a stock op dk? If goods, notions, clothing, furnishing and shoes, and furniture, 8 farms in Mason all under a good state of cnltlration, near mart** railroad-one farm of 115 acres, one of 344 acres. soar j_ of 335 acres. Also a fine new dwelling house and the Oily of Peoria, DU, with ail modem top*««®eS The titles are perfect. All worth 850,000 cash* trade part or all. Address Box 1442; Peoria. DU —j "I XT ANTED—TO EXCHANGE-GOOD Vf lots neat toe city for good common or brick, stone, lumber, stock of groceries, buggy, harness horse, or cash. W. K* East Adams-st. " liT WANTED-TO EXCHANGE-WATCHES, ry, or diamonds, from first-class house, ft* light, shifting-top, square-box baggy, new or net-rtf ofbeetmanufacture. AddressHfrU-trifa mao °^—r WANTED —TO EXCHANGE-BO ABD-JJt household furniture. Address K 96, Trlbnne^^^ -TITANTKD-A HALF-MILLION BRICK V V change for a brick house and lot on SoutbsM*i give a good bargain. Address H. 32, Tribute WANTED-TO EXCHANGE CUT STONgJJj brickwork for a second-hand top buggy. 36. Tribune office. .VOYAKXS. ness and medical mediums, IJS WeitMadiwu**- - ADAJIB PAEIE, THE f 10«. S3. to9p. m. (Sand*y» Fee 50 cents. 2C9 West Madlscu-st., Boom 45_app« Madam milsom, ci^rvdwot, to 176 West Madison-flt. Consultation to— BS. A. Q. WOOD, FOKMKBLT f> jag, cialcTOT&at and nuignctlo phjtici*!!* j- M&dleoa-Bt. KS. T. J. LEWIS. REIJABLE UUlußTO*'- and business medium. 69 West Msdl* o9, H3. E. M. TEED. PHYSICAL, p nen mpdlnm. 405 We*t M*di*on-iU evening &nd 6Tgry atop log tal* wooK* 83. BUTT. andbodaess madjxan; alw phjileal • I,nii SiSgutU ZtopUiact-tf* £«•* s*- „t I t *3 I 'i * >

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