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THE OHIO-A.OO EAGLE.
I State Ontral CommlttaM.
alrmacW. II. Clark.
gcrtary T. N. Jamlon.
Treasurer-K. U. Keltb.
At Lim-Kdward II. Mortis, Chicago; lions
ten Rlnclcton, Dtcatur.
1 -.. T.K.Jaml on, Chicago
t iuat l. Monunan, Chicago
S Jamea II. linrkt, Chicago
Jame 1'caae, Chicago
W. H. Krailsr, Aurora
Oco.8. lloper, Itockford
I Tho. C. Pnlttrton, Ottawa
ff. ....... ... ... J. II. wllann. Iflrkmsn
10 1. C. Kdward, Peoria
11 W. II. llalnlln. Mteomb
a ....A. 1. Orout. Wlncheiter
I Lincoln Dubois, H rlngneld
W. R Calhoun, Decatur
11 Jamea II. Clark. Mat toon
1 A. It. Jone, lloblnson
IT ...,....D. M.Clark, Vandalla
U J. II. MtaMck, Kaat Ht. I.onla
1 Jamea H. .Martin. Halcm
It V. C. H. Hhea, Marlon
Chalrman-Dcloa 1. Phelps.
Rsctstary Theo. Nelnn.
TttMurft W. II. Urlntoa.
At Lars Dcloa I. 1'lielim, Monmouth: Bam
Ml B. Cbaae, Cblcajo; J. I. Mahony, Chicago:
Thoma Italian Cblcaxo: l C. II .ley. Jolttt;
Frank Plavell. Sit. Carmel: V. J. llroiterlck,
Kaat Ht. Loul.
1 'itm..V' I'in'ecker. Cblcajro
I William J. O'Hrltn, Chicago
...W. P. Mabonjr, Chicago
John P. O'Malltr, Chicago
'.!"-P' i' ."ogan. (Icneva
.....Chart Meman, Prerport
T.. C. C. Jobnion, Hterllng
Daniel llrcinn, Htrcator
t Kdwln Heard, Wataeka
M ....Prank J. uuinn. l'eorla
II J. W. Potter, Bock laland
U K. K.lllnnn.llttiBeld
U m. T. andener, Tajrlorvllle
Is Theodore Nelson, Chicago
IS...... , V. U. Ilrlnton, Tuscola
H W. K. Heck, Olney
H .....John II. Baker. Hnlllran
M I.nca IfelffenberaAr. Alton
1 Walter aton, Mt, Vernon
W. M, llarr, Carbondalo
Democratic Central rnmmlttec.
(CU and County)
Chairman John McOlllen.
Mcrttary Jatuea C. Htraln.
a. Michael Kenna
John P. Lelndecker..
sV John McCarthy ,
Kdward Fonnonby.. ,
2MB. Clark st
.1333 Michigan are
..a on Dearborn at
MIESHEIMER'S GREAT RECORD.
laterentls; Fact Cssceriiliiir the WU-
Kiswa CUcsrssh sat Rhlsa;
Fred Grlcshcimer In ono of Chica
go's prominent men, says Cloth and
Clothing, and one who deserves more
than ordinary mention. Born in
Baden. Germany, thlrty-iovcn years
ago, he came to America when u lad
and located In Chicago. Endowed
with that progressive spirit which Is
characteristic of successful men, ho
early directed his attention to tho In
terests of his chosen city of residence,
and after proving his success as a
merchant he entered tho political
Held, not for tho sake of tho glory of
office, but having at all times in view
the betterment of tho city at large
and particularly the Twenty-fourth
Ward. The Democratic party has
ever found Mr. Grleshelmcr a valu
able and useful member of that or
ganization. A Democratic conven
tion, city or county, for years past
has not been complete without the
presence of this young politician.
But be was needed in the higher coun
cils of his party and represented Cook
County In the national convention In
Cincinnati In 1880, and later was
elected by acclamation us u represen
tative of the Fourth Congressional
District to tho national convention
held in Chicago in June, 1802.
So more clever and warm-hearted
man ever more fully combined busi
ness with politics as a pastime, and
made and kept so many warm friends
and customers. While ho docs not
let politics Interfere with business,
no man in Chicago has ever been
rooro ready to respond to the calls
of his party with time, means, and
Mr. Grleshelmcr has been In Chi
cago twenty years, and at the corner
of Clark and Lako streets for nine
teen years, and for ten years tho ele
gant plate-Klass show windows of his
own store, stocked with the finest of
goods, hive proven a standing attrac
tion and advertisement. While the
store at the corner of Clark and Lako
is u model of Its kind spacious, woll
lighted, and tlttcd with all modern
appliances It Is more than dupli
cated by tho Immense new West Side
store of Fred Grlcshcimer & Co., at
the central corner of Halstcd and
Madison streets. Hero ovor .'100,000
square feet of storo room has been
tlttcd up nt an outlay of over $110,000.
In this typical Chicago business
house Mr. Grlesholrner's partner is
Joseph M. Carson, an active, experi
enced, and successful business man,
formerly of Kocheitcr, N. Y. These
houses both do the greatest business
of any similar concerns In America
for the sparo occupied.
Fred Grleshelmcr Is a member of
the Illinois State Central Democratic
.WISH. Park at
4. F. W. Walker! .7.'3M1 Grand Voufeva'rd"
ratncK White st w Indiana ave
I. M. Flannlgan WsThtrty-flrat at
Jans Dafty ioi H. Halated it
W. , O Brlen ,
Anglo-Am. l'ror. Co., V. 8. Tarda
T. Chat. Mulbrandon Ml 8. Canal at
Wm.Carmody ,mm H. Halstel at
. W m. Loeffler. 1 Nineteenth place
Kdward l'rlnderllle t:t Margaret at
It. Tbomae Cuaack w Fifteenth at
Wm.ll. Dunn 1 W. Kleventh at
10. HuthCnrran IW It anting at
John 4. Cullerton ..1W1 Ogdcnave
ii. mm. augeni.. ra w. iianaoipn at.
ai. v. .Mcuonaia. not Hecuritr building.
12. jonn bong,,
Ml H. Lincoln at
1SMJ Congreas at,
13. 1'atrlck J. Donahue
law f uiton at.
14. JoaephH. Hchwab STON. ltorneave.
W.J. McNamara :I17 N. llobevat.
IS. H. H. Urewer TV Humboldt t'ark bird.
John Fltlmmona v"h N. Leavltt at.
14. Htanley II. Hum., w Noble at.
litchard Unllen M Keith at.
IT. Illcbard Tower.. m N. l'eorla at.
Htephen M. (loaaelln 1 N. Oreen at.
18. JohnMcAllen sui W. Madlaonet.
John J. Hrennan IS H. Carpenter at.
ID. Patrick McCarthy 1st W. Ilarrlaon at.
Joaepb llaberkorn JSl Center ate.
30, Henry F. Donovan son Webater i ye.
Thomas llanton..., T2U Clybourn are.
21. F. X. Ilrandecker, Jr Ola Hcdawlckat.
JohnMcUltlen luo Waahlniton at.
33. John Wardell.... 154 Cleveland ave.
Jamea II. Farrell 6tt Dearborn at.
33. Thomaa J. O Malley K) Hedcwlck it.
nv r.. iiuron at.
Fr.nk J, Mnrpby.
Kuf eria Bum.
Wm. V. Unlnlan
343 llunh at.
lw llllnola at.
Ttt Dearborn at.
lull Carroll ave.
Mofl H. Wcatcrn aye.
34. Frank Ken
John W. Lanehart....,
n. Wm. Kennedy
M. J. v. MeKlroy
4:mi wood at.
.BT64 Dearborn at.
43W H. Halated at.
31. Daniel F. O'Neill.
John Hheehr nut) Hlxty-nlnth at.
93. Illcbaril T. llanrahan Vl Kvana ave.
Patrick Cunimlniia 4m Mate at.
33. Thomaa J. Donnelly. South Chicago.
Kdward Maran Houtb Chicago.
34. Jamea Ilyan 0338 Drexel ave.
Charlea Corkcry Kenalngton
Ilarrlnaton, M. B. Molntoah. Barr'niton
Bloom, Abner J. Miller.,.. ..Bloom
Bremen, Wm Moak Tltiley Park
Calumet, Peter Kluley ,. ltlvmlale
Cicero, Jamea tiranam Oak Park
S. J. P. Ret
MR. FRED GRIESHEIMER
Strongly Backed for Alderman of the Twenty-fourth Ward.
Committee. He first bccunio Inter
ested in politics In 1875 und tho fol
lowing year was eloctod a delegate to
tho county convention. He has been
a regular delegate to tho State con
ventions slnco 1878, and to the city
and town conventions. He has been
a member of tho County Central Com
mlttco for many years, nnd is Presi
dent of his ward organization, having
defeated Boswell Hayes In the big
Palace Hotel meeting thrco years
ago. Ho has been u mcnibor of the
Iroquois Club since 1880 und of the
Cook County Democracy slnco Its or
ganization, and even before tho Cook
County Club was heard of ho went
to Cincinnati in 1880 as Commissary
Gcnoral of tho Seymour escort Mr.
Gricsholmor also has superior
and enviable social and so
ciety connections, being a mem
ber of the swell Germanla Club,
a life member of tho Personal Itights
League, a member of tho Altcnhelm
Association, of the German society
the Schwabenvercln. He Is also a
Freemason and n Knight of Pythias,
belonging to Convent Lodge, No. 520
and Cosmopolitan Lodge. All around,
Mr. Grlcsholtner is a most popular
man and has tho most promising
career of any of Chicago's energetic,
successful, and rising young mer
chants. Ho is ono or the most agrecablo
young men that can bo found In u
day's Journey and has a wide clrclo
of acquaintances, but ho Is seen at
his best only by thoso who meet him
In the company of his only child, a
bright llttlo daughter, Lillian. Ho
is then the happiest man on earth.
Tho Civic Federation Is sending
out Its voters' pledge-cards. Theso
cards contain the plcdgo on ono side,
Clearo. C V.. Orafta. .
.143 Waahlngton atreet
Klk drove. It. Halete Deanlalnea
Kvanaton, D. P. U'Leary,,.. Kvanaton
cvanaton. rranan.reauouy ,., Kvanaton
Hanover, It. P. Hcliulta Bartlett
Lemon'., Geo. A. Welmcr Lemont
Lemont, John V. McCarthy ...Lemont
I.eydcn, Thomaa Carey , Mannheim
Lyon, F. D. Coaaltl, Jr La Orange
Lyona, Frank J. Mooney .....Lyona
Maine, J. II. Kraft.... Deanlalnea
New Trier. Peter J. Hnertcr ..Wllmet.e
Nllen. Henry Harm Mica Center
ortnneid, wm. neimgarten
Orland, Chrla Uroaacup.,
I'aiaiin", j. a.
llnrll 'name lalatlne
Paloa, P. J. O'Connell Worth
Itlch, John Ahlenadorf Hlchton
Itlveralde, Cornellu Hnlllvan TUveralde
Hchaumbcrat, II. K. Unlndell Hchaumberg
Thornton, Jamea II, wllaon Harv-y
Wheeling, Cliaa, Rlgwalt.... Arlington Height
Worth, II. II. It b.naon Blue laland
1. Henry Oelder ....amHtatoat.
3. Tho. M. Coleman 0 o H. Waahtenaw av.
3. Clark K. Ilolfe. 3Sn W.HUtyflUh at.
4. Michael J. Butler M3l Kmeraldav.
5. Jamea M. Quintan noltt Michigan av.
n. JohnK. Fltrgerald W Cooper at.
7. ThomaaJ. McUrath 113 Adamaat.
it. Wm. II. Joyce ,.3Mxi H. Aahlandav.
11. Wm. Kdgar. Building Dept, City Hall
lit. Joaepli Kutlna T.l H. Hay at.
is. M.J. Holon 3TT W. Taylor at.
IT. M. J. O'Donoghne aw County Building.
lit. Jamea J. Flannlgan 341 W. Ohio at.
21. Frank Crlttendon 4uit Heldenav;
J. II. Hulllvan '".... 338 Dlvlalon at.
33. Jamea A. Qnlnn 1M Larlalle av.
I. John P. Hopklna Pullman.
wm. K. (,-roaaeue (iroveianu ave.
3. Henry Bergen 4.iu H. Aahlandav.
John J. Hloan 1:04 W. Fifteenth at.
3. Henry Carroll ......,.2i4 B. Clark at.
Wm. C. Aaay Law Dept., City Hall.
John O'Brien 141 Liberty at.
A. T.Power. 3UT Archer ave.
4. Kdward Hurley iw Congreaa at.
Jamea O'Hrltn.. 353 W. ilarrlaon at.
t. (leorge McConnell 43 Buruce t.
John II. Lambln.... Water Offlce. City Hall.
, M. B. McAbee n W. Monroe at.
Robert K, llnrke. ra Beethoven place.
7. Michael Fltigerald ..llavelook.
Arthur Jordan loso Briar place.
Kepubllran County Central Committee.
Chairman-John M. Hmyth.
Becretary J. 11. B. Van Cleave.
1...J. R. B. Van Cteave.Tltle Trnat Building
a John J. lloran.3 Calhoun Place
a Perry A. Ilull.MT Opera Houee Building
4 ...Jamea II. oflbert, UherllfaOfttca
s B. J. Maaeratadt, 3133 Archer a
6 J. A. Hogan, 33d and LoomlaaM
7 ...!......"... J. A. Cooke. 3i H. Halated rt
B Joaepb P. Walab.ousMorga
V. . .C. W. woodman. Madlaon and Halated Ita
with tho Civic Federation organiza
tion on tho other, und a coupon with
the name, ward and precinct of tho
voter. The pledge-card is to bo kept
by the votor, while tho coupon is to
bo mailed to the Secretary of each
ACKERMAN WILL BE RE-ELEQTED.
Twenty-eighth Ward Alderman Finds Favor
with Republican Politicians.
Friends of D. W. Ackerman, the
retiring Alderman of tho Twenty-
eighth Ward, aro working hard for
J. Iluxton,of tho City Central Com
mittee, Is strong for Ackerman, and
says that tho people want him re
elected. Samuel Haigh has known him ten
years and is working hurd for his
Dr. Edward T. Pope says ho is an
oxcellont man nnd an Al Alderman.
O. P. Llnstrotn says he Is tho best
man they havo got in tho council.
Huns Norland will mako strong
ofTorts to nomlnuto Ackerman.
Thomas ltunkln thinks ho is tho
right man, for ho has been not only
faithful but has shown his ability to
properly ropresent his ward.
J, Bolston thinks ho has made tho
right kind of nn Alderman and has
rendered faithful and Intelligent
service, nnd Is tho strongest man in
lames Byrnes declares himself
strong for Ackorman, and says he Is
doing all In his power to secuio his
Charles BJurn will support him
first, last nnd all tho time.
W. Bohr says Ackerman Is tho
strongest and best candidate.
J, W. Davis is solid for Ackerman,
because, said ho, we want an Alder
10 fat). A. Fleming , ion W. 13th tt
11 A. F. Doremua, 271 B. Paulina at
12 r. v. rarnnm, to vearoornat
13 D. A. Campbell, Cham. Com. B'ld'g
14 Fred L. Wllk, Union Truat Company
is , i"j..jF. Smith. Maple wood
14 II. Hlmea, Aahland Block
IT Edward J. Dwyer, 121 Randolph
la John M. Hmyth, ISO W Madlaon
iw C. Mamer. Government Building
30 Kugene Neuter, 141 Michigan at
21 C. K. Krby, 384 Lincoln av
22 0. A. Bnaae, S04 N.Clark at
23 J. A. Linn, 14 Clybourn av
24 J, W. C. Rhode, Inter Ocean Building
25 L. J. Smith. 442 Illalto Budding-
24 J. A. Flablelgb, Wabaan av
27 Henry Wnlff, County Clerk' Ofllca
28 ....0.8. Blake. "The Temple"
23 J. J. MoCarthy, 4102 Emerald ar
0 Alfred Anderaon, A138 Wentworth ay
31 ...R. 8. Ilea, 110 8. Clark at
33 w.R. Kerr. 113 Dearborn at
33 , H. McCloud, 814T Cornell av
si JohnHymona, 7u4 Laagley av
. .John Humphrey, w Madlaon at
,...r. J. niion, tat uearoornat
David Ollpbant, ITS Monro at
Tuomaa neat, ueapiaines
M. Reynolda, Palatine
l Btacv W. Ofgood, 143 Randolph at
I J. A. Child, Kvanaton
Kepubllran City Central Commlttea.
Chairman M. II. Madden.
Hecretary O,. J. Chott.
v. a. watnier, sea nrtn av
8. A. Donglaa, TV Dearborn at
..M. II. oibaon, 3343 Prairie ar
M. B. Madden, Cham. Com. Building
0. 8. Bmlth, 2132 Archer av
.Jam Murphy, oov't Building
.J. B. Cavanagb, S30 8. Halete
i b. nainea at
..... ....... W. tf. JIMUKV. 101 D. MMT
.11. C. Bartela. city Collector offlce
.J.J. Hank. 73-b. May
10 On Nohe, 10S3 W. 12th at
11 .Oeorge II. Hwlft, at Waahlngton at
12 W. K. Clark.iat Nat. Bank Building
13 Loul Mack, 834 W. Indiana it
14 W. C. Kggert. W4 8hoberet
is J. A. I.ammer. luol N. Leavltt at
16 J. M. Horn. S3 Ayera court
17 J. II. Burke, mi N, Carpenter at
18 Oeorge Ben, 3W W. Jackson it
iv ..,.....,... Q.J. chott
30 .W. Klifeldt. 17s Hontbport av
31 It. C. Farwell. NT Albland Block
32 Kred Bnaae. Recorder's offlce
33 John Bygren, 140 8edgwlck at
31 E. C.Hamberger.OVNTCIarkat
29 Charlea Kinkier, care 0. N. W. R'y
2 a. A. Dupuy, 1S32 N. Aahland av
37 T. C. Bchulta. County Clerk's offlce
2S John MoKenna, Opera Houa Block
20 R.O. Bhutter, 4S10 Kmeraldav
30 UC. 8, Deneen, iMl.akoat
31 T. J. Kulett. iw Adams at
32 ...Oeo. W. Crawford. 73 Dearborn at
33 J. J. Hunberg, Winnipeg Block
34 J. Ii. Wooda, HoMland
man who can look out for our in
terest J. W. Williams will support him If
he is nominated.
Otto Frogner hopes that ho will
sccuro the nomination, for he Is tho
John Kelly Quote mo assaying
that Ackerman is honest and has
shown that ho has tho ability to do
good service for his ward. I am for
Joseph Butler ITou can consider
mo strong for Ackerman. Ho is the
strongest man wo can nominate.
F. X. Sauve, President of the
French-American Club of thlrty-nlno
mombers, says that the club is solid
Mr. Frnnk W. Hobard, the owner
of the great storugo warehouse at
Winchester and Ogdcn avenues, can
bo tho Democratic nomlneo for Al
derman in tho Twelfth. Mr. Hebard
Is deservedly popular, and would be
u strong candidate, but ho declines
to allow the uso of his nunio, as his
business would not allow tho time
tho duties of tho otllco would
consume. Mr. Willis Juckson cannot
securo the Indorsement of tho Demo
crats as It was rumored ho might us
it Is more than likely that Mr. Wm.
H. O'Heurne, tho real estate man,
will accept tho nomination. Mr. He
bard is for him and Thos. Fitzgerald
and other leading Warwlcks want
him nominated. On tho Republican
tide Duncanson, Colt and Kahler
have their war paint on; and so tho
Jacoii Hkakton, of Warren, Ind.,
Is a sensible man and a philosopher.
Doing uwakened by burglars In tho
dead vast and middle of tho night
Mr. Henston did not begin flopping
nround grabbing for his rovolvcr und
yelling for tho police. On tho con
trary, ho reached under his pillow,
produced his money somo Sl,fl00
handed it to tho housebreakers, turn
ed over in bod and slept until morn
ing. This is tho cxorclso of common
sense. If Mr. Houston had resisted,
if ho had raised u huo and cry, ho
would probably havo lost not only
his money but his life. As it is, ho
sustained no injury, ho had a good
night's sleep, and there Is every rea
son to bollovo that professional cour
tesy will lead tho thieved, when thoy
discover tho occupation of thoir vic
tim, to return tho monoy. Mr.
Heaston Is a horso dealer.
164-166 Madison St,,
IN THE TWELFTH,
W. II. Colt In n Kcil Hot t'niiillilutc.
Wm. II. Colt wns born In Brooklyn,
X, Y., In 18r0, moved to Tennessee
In 1800 nntl wns within thoConfeilcr
nto lines until Memphis was cap
tured. Ho was educated at Enst
hampton, Mass., and at Yalo. Took
great Interest hi Republican politics
in tho South during tho reconstruc
tion period and was a member of tho
Legislature when only 21 years old,
being the youngest member and gain
Ing the reputation of doing more for
his district than any other tnember.
On his voto depended once tho elec
tion of a United States Senator. Ho
came to Chicago in 1870, settling In
tho Twelfth Ward, and commenced
to manufacture paints, corner of Kin
zlc and Dearborn, remaining there
until six years ago, when ho erected
that fine building at X'l and 35 West
Washington street He Is President
of Colt & Co., one of the largest paint
houses In Chicago, employing on the
road fifteen travelers. Ho Is a
true-blue American of the first
water. His ancestors coming to
this country from the north
of Wales In 1702, settling in Connecti
cut. The family furnished heroes
for tho wars of 1776, 1812, and 1801
General Colt, of Norwich, Conn., in
the last war. Hin. Anthony Ames,
his uncle, 70 years of ago and still
young, is President of tho Board of
Education of tho State of Connecti
cut. Colt's blood strain is Welsh,
Scotch, and Irish, thoroughly Amer
icanized for 102 years in America.
He enjoys the confidence of the
paint trado to a remarkable degree,
his word being as good as his
bond. Such leading Democrats as
B. F. and Kivers McNeill, Tom Kler
nan (tho successful champion of
State Senator Salomon), Miko Glea
son, Ed Shawcross, and Eugene Sulli
van aro his outspoken friends. There
is talk now of making no nomination
against Colt. A good feature about
Colt is he Is a square little fellow,
close to the boys, and easily ap
proached. People In this part of the country
are accustomed to regard California
as a rather untamed community. Wo
think of ber as our frontier, und do
not expect her to glvo us lessons in
tho administration of Justice. There
fore wo aro not a little surprised by
California's wonderfully prompt and
praiseworthy trentment of Chris
Evans, tho train robbor and bandit.
Evans was captured Monday, Tues
day ho was brought Into court, con
victed, sentenced to Stato's prison
for life, his motion for a new trial
was denied, and Wednesday night he
was behind tho penitentiary bars. Cal
ifornia has given U3 an examplo of
tho manner in which socloty ought
to proceed with Its enemies when
they aro in Its power. Tho young
civilization rebukos tho old, und
proves that It is, if not tho better, at
least tho more desirable.
PllOKKSHOH EDWAHI) OllTON, tho
geologist, in a speech before tho Ohio
Institute of Mining Engineers, stated
that wero tho demand for coal 25,
000,000 tons u year It would tako
1,000 years to exhaust Ohio's known
coal field. This is 14,000,000 tons In
excess of last year's outputand there
aro coal lands in tho Stato as yet not
NOBLE T. BOBBINS
Justice oi Peace,
Itesldence, 0139 Exchange Av.
JOHN M. MOORE,
Justice oi Peace,
3008 State St.
TKLKl'IIONE, OAKLAND, 840.
Residence 1013 Dearborn Btreet.
CREAM OF MALT.
and 170-181 Lake St.
JAMES M. DOYLE,
Justice of the Peace,
192 West Madison Street,
Residence, 803 8. Wood St., Chicago, III.
Polios Magistrate Cesplalnes St.
151 South dark Straat.
M. A. LA BUT,
Justice of the Peace.
lit West Maallsss) Urstt,
Comet uaiated Btreet.
Risioixci Ml Mltwanksa Avanua,
Corner Will Btrsef,
LEGAL DOCUMENTS DRAWN.
Justice of the Peace,
5325 Lake Avenue.
Myie Park, Chlcags.
BtMataies, 187 WMtOawa Tsrraee.
4HM fmsrala) Av.
J. J. HEMESSY.
. Notary Public
4147 . Hatstwd St.
J. J. O'TOOLE,
Justice of toe Peace,
(TOWN OK LAKE.)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
3904 State Street, , CHICAGO.
Car. OarteM Bonlsvard and Center Areas.
C. J. WHITNEY,
Justice of the Peace,
and Notary Pnblio.
458 LINCOLN AV.
Ilealdence, 1STI LIU Avenue.
Ornca, Town Bali
nealdenoe too North Central Are., Auatln, III.
Collecttona attended to. Chattel mortgaxea
OM F. Severson,
79 West Madison St.,
K. B. Cor. Jorfonom.
.. DANIEL SCULLY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
145 West Madison Street
Bms 4, B &6, 125
Rooms 1 and
132 So. Clark Street,
Rttidtnct), ; Bryant ATawsaW
l R. PORTER
Corntr nd ttrtat aatl
HTDB PAJUC (OMIOAOOV
Chattel Mortgage Acknowledged.
Rwil.Ho. 124 Clark Street, Cllcanv
3817 Michigan Avenua
Court Room, 534 Uncoil At., fi?
lUatiMM, C04 UatMla At.
(Tl. Laka Tlw SO.) CHICAOa
Justice oi Peace,
230 03d Strt.
Police Justice, Englewood,
f KJ UVWKJI
Justice of the Peace.
OFFICE, 402 LINCOLN AVE.
Residence, lSOl'Wrlghtwood At
Xmlu 'nOT aO.VaaTs)
Clark Stmt, GUlcimo.
2, 57 H. Clark S t