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THE OHIOAOO BSAO-lLiHi.
tte Central Committer.
nuaa J.H. t'Utk.
lary t. . Jamison.
urer K. u. Kun.
At LiMM Kdwtrd II. Mottle. Chicago: Hone
T. X. JmlMn, Chicago
.June Ii. MoBMban, Chicago
James It. llnrke, Chicago
James Tease, Chicago
W. K. Frailer, Aurora
uco. 8. lloper, Hockford
1. 1. utiev, Mcrunir
Thou. C. Kulletton. Ottawa
J. II. Wilson. Hickman
I.C Edwards, l'corla
V. It. Halnllne. Macomb
A. 1. Urnut, Winchester
....Lincoln Dubois, SulnnflelU
.....1...W. K. Calhomi. Decatur
James 11. Clark. Mattoon
A. It. Jone, Koblnson
1. M. Clark. Vandalla
j. u. .McsicK. Kast Nt. l.oulrt
James rt. Martin. Salem
W. C. H. llbca, Marlon
Cbatrman Dclos I. I'hclps.
ecietary Thro. Nclsuu.
Treasurer V. II. Ilrlnton.
At . Itarite Delos I. t'heltis. Monmouth: Ham
Vet n. Chase. Cblraio: J. I'. Malumy. Cblcauo:
Tfcotnaa ualian. Chicago; 1'. u. II lev. .loliet;
Frank t'lavell. Mt. Carmel: W. J. llrodcrlck,
Mil Kt. Lout.
..John r. Lelenrtecker, Chicago
....William J, p.'hrleii, Cnic.go
...James J. Townsenil, Chicago
....John K. o'Malley, Chicago
D. .1. lloirau. itencva
Charles Simian, l'reeport
Daniel lleetian, xtreator
Kdwln Heard. Watseka
t. v. jonnson, sterling
a Iran J. yuiun. l'corla
U J. W. I'otter, llock Island
P ... E. V. Illnns, I'lttsfleld
M Wm. T. Vandener, Taylorvlllo
M Theodore Nelson, Chicago
M W, 11. Ilrlnton, Tuscola
M..., W. P. llcck, olncy
11 lohn II. Maker. Hullivin
W I.ucas I'fellTcuberitr. Alton
It... Walter Watson, Mr. Vernon
M. W. M. llsrr, Carboadalo
Democratic Centrul Committee.
. (Ctl and County)
Chairman John MvUlllen.
ecMtary Jatuos C. btraln.
I. Michael Kenna
John T. Lelndeckcr..
SMS. Clark rt
AM Mlckhran aw
. ,i (Hi Dearbura it
UHsEELZI (5 3rW VJeBeesssEIIZ-il
HON. GEORGE EDMANSON,
The Probable Democratio Nominee for Sheriff.
tics Interfere with business, no man
is Chicago has ever been morn ready
to respond to tho calls of his party
with time, means and enthusiasm.
He is one of the most agreeable
men that can be found In a day's
Journey, and has a wldo circle of ac
quaintances, but he is coen at his
best only by those who meet him at
nil pleasant home, ll l'lcasant street,
in the company of his svifo and only
child, a bright young lady years of
Martin flecker Is a man who has
never been known to resort to petty
trickery to gain trade, and Is Just as
well pleased to see his competitors In
business succeed as he Is to succeed
himself. This spirit, together with
his generous hoart, hotter known by
those who have had occasion to ask
and havo been the recipients of his
charity, is tho keynotu of tho success '
of Chicago's popular clothlnir iner-1
Aid. Khlert, of tho Twentieth
Ward, who was to alert In looking
out for trolley wires on Southport,
Fullerton, Webster, and (Jarlleld ave
nues, Is to 1.0 presented with a dia
mond star for his alert ne-s.
Mr. S. W. Itlderburg's boom for
the nomination of County Clerk ha
grown apace untlb ho is now far In
the lead and tho most formidable
candidate mentioned for tho place.
It will lie a deserved promotion for
splendid services long and faithfully
xcr formed, ills nationality are uj
J. P. nelllr M138. Park are
F. W. Walker ttlKirand boulevard
Patrick Wblte :u in Indiana arc
M. Flannlgan CM Thirty-first st
James Daley aiol 8. ilalsted it
W.J. O'llrlen ,
John Cunningham .
,, .Anglo-Am. l'rov. Co., V. 8. lards
ritas. Mulbrandon Ml 8. Canal st
Wm. t'armody i.MK Ilalsted at
Win. Locffler 3 Nineteenth place
VAv, ard I'rlndevllle :i Margaret st
Thomas Cusack mi Fifteenth st
Wm. II. Dunn 1 W. Eleventh st
HughCurrsn 459 Hastings s:
John J. Cullerton ..i:wi Ogiknavc
Wm. Xngcnt M W. Itandolph at.
M. C. McDonald. cut Security building.
John Long., UM 8. Lincoln at
Thomas Mnlrooney VMl Conaresa st,
Patrick J. Donahue 4 tlroomst.
Deunls Consldlne laao Fulton st.
Josetih 8. Hchwab B7U N. Itoyne ave.
W. J. MeNamara .....:il7 N. Itobcy st.
8. 8. llrewcr 7J Humboldt Park blvd.
John Fltnlmmonn V78 N. Leavlttst.
Stanley II. Hunt uu Noblest.
lllchard Ctillcu 23 Keith st.
Hlchard Powers...... (UN. Peoria st.
Stephen M. (lossclln 1M N. (Irecn at.
John McAUen stci W. Madison t.
John J. llrennan..,. .,.,.13 8. Carpenter st,
Patrick McCarthy....;. 131 W. Harrison st.
Joseph llabcrkorn va Center arc.
Henry F. Donovan 'Mi Webster t.ve.
Tlinnisa llnnton .....T'J Clvlionrn ave.
.. X. Ilrandeckcr, Jr (Us Scdnwlckst.
lonn .Mcitiiien. im asninvion st.
John Wanlell 150 Cleveland ave.
James II. Farrell AD Dearborn st.
Thomas ,i. u Jisney vin rteaawick st
nil K. Huron st.
Fr.uk J. Murphy.
Wm. F. (Julnlan ,
John W. Lanehart
J. P. McKlroy
F.dward Williams ,
Thomas Carer ,
1 Illinois st.
... .101(1 Diverse)' st.
1047 Nelson st.
"tf Dearliorn st.
lull Carroll ave.
3iifl 8. Western ave.
,..4HH 8. Ilalsted st.
4ini Wood st.
. ..:m Dearborn at.
,..43w 8. Ilalsted st.
naniei r. w .cm.
.lohn Mhrehr mm Mlitv. ninth at.
KtcharilT. llanrahan 4Ui Kvansuvc.
Patrick Cummlnis ,..lMHtatost.
Thomas J. Donnelly. South Chicago.
Kdnard Marau.. South Chicago.
James Hyan tm Drexel ave.
Charles Corkery Kensington
narrincton, M. D. Mcintosh. narr neton
llloom. Abner J. Miller,
iiremcn. wm Moak
Calumet. Pctrr Klplcy
Cicero, James Orsbam,
.... Oak Park
unit for him and demand recognition
on the ticket It Is safe to predict
that the leaders dare not Ignore them,
consequently Mr. Rlderbu'g hu an
excellent chance of beln; the torn
Inec. Attorney Frank Itiddle Is a candi
date for tho Republican nomination
for County Jurtse.
It Is cone;ded by Republican lead
ers that Joseph E. Hldwlll, the pop
ular Alderman of tho Ninth Ward,
will bo given the nomination for one
of tho court clerkshlpi, cither Crim
inal or Probate.
Clayton E. Crafts may not bo a
candidate for Congress In tho Second
District after all, thcuih It was cut
out especially for hlui. The Demo
crats havo not another plan in tho
dMrlct who would bo as suitable a
candldato a tho ex-Speaker. UN
withdrawal will bo a source of dis
couragement to them.
Ex-County ComiiiUlonor A. W.
Ilonner, who resides on tho North
Sloe, Is out for the nomination this
finest I'liclartitkliiv KOulil'slimeiit UVst
if Svw York.
An Kaoi.k reporter mot bl
hearted M. J. Costello, tho ex
detective (whom everybody knows),
th other day, and, by tho way, It's
only fair to M. J, In speaking tho
truth to Inform our readers that he
Is now conuccieU vKh the flbCdt
Cicero, C. E. Crafts IS Washington street
Kikorovc, II. Ilclste Desplalnea
Kvauston, D. P. O'Lcarv Kvanston
Kvanston. Franks. Peabody Kvanston
Hanover, II. P. schnltt Hartlett
Lemon'., oeo. A. Wclmer Lemont
Lemont, John W, McCarthy.... ,, .Lemont
1, eyelet), Thomas Care y Mannheim
Lyons, F. D. Cossltl, Jr La Orange
Lons, Frank J.Mooncy .....Lyons
Maine. J, II. Kraft.... Desplalnea
New Trier. Peter J. Ilucrtcr ...Wllmet.e
Nlles. Henry Harms Nlles Center
Northneld, Wm. Helmgarten Oakolen
irland, Chris Urosscnp Tlnley Park
Palatln,J. A. Hnrll'naine Palatine
Palos, P. J. O'Conncll Worth
Itlch. John Ahlensdorf Hlchton
lllverslde. Cornelius Snlllvan Tttvcrslde f
scnaunibcra, ii. r;. uuinueu Bcnaumucr
Thornton, James II. W'llson..,. Ilsrvy
Wbeellnir, diss, Hlgwalt....Arllngton Heights
Worth, II. 1). II binson Uluo Island
1. Henry Holder ...'.urn State st.
2. Thos. M. Coleman,,,..C'l8. Washtenaw av.
3. Clark K. Knife 33i W,8lxtytlfth st.
4. Mlchf.cl J. llutler 5131 Knieraldav.
A. James M. (julnlan twit) Michigan v,
i.. John K. Fltrgcrsld. 73 Cooper st.
T. Thomas J. McOrath lia Adams st.
ti. Wm. II. Joyce :iAnn 8. Ashland av,
11. Wm. F.duar llulldlng Dei t., City Hall
l.i. Joseph Kutlua o'.i S. May at.
13. M.J. Solon 7 W. lav lor st.
17. M. J. O'Donoghuo 2.M County llullillng.
in. James J. Flannliran 'MX W. Ohlost.
21. Frank Crlt tendon ci lieldenav;
J. h. Snlllvan "....3W Division st.
23. James A.nlnn 1B0 LaSalle av.
1. Jotn P. Itotfktn Pullman.
Wm. K. Crossette 3ltl Oroveland ave.
2. Henry llcraen 4.m 8. AsMand ave.
John J. Sloan l'.M W. Fifteenth at.
3. Henry Carroll ,.W4 8. Clarkst.
Wm. C. Asay. Law Dept., City Hall.
John O'llrlen 141 Liberty st.
A. T. Powers 317 Archer ave,
4. F.dward Hurley..,. IJrt Congress at,
James O'llrlen 332 W. Harrison st,
5. Oeoree McConncll 41 Spruce st.
John II. I.ambln. ...Water Office. City Hall.
& M. II. McAbco :m W. Monroo at.
Ilobert F.. Ilurke K) lleethoven place.
7. Michael Fltiitcrald ..Havelock.
Arthur Jordan 1030 Hrlar place.
ItepubllrMii County Central Committee.
Chairman-John M. Smyth.
Serntary-J. II. II. Van Cleave.
l"j! n. B. Van Cleave.Tltle.fc Trust nulldlnu
2 John J. Horan, :i Calhoun placo
a.. ..Perry A. Huil,ai7 Opera House HullillnK
4..... ...James H.Uilbert.Sherin'sOmce
A E. J. Majcrstadt. 21.M Archer t
7 J. A. Cooke. Ml 8. Ilalsted st
n Joseph P. Walsh. 503 Morgan at
V. . ,C. W. Woodman. Madison and Ilalsted tta
livery and undertaking establishment
wnst of New York. Tho firm is
Ilurscn Brot. & Costcllo (Incor
porated), with two elegant largo
stores located at 074 to 078 West
Lako street, and 1300 West. Madison.
Tako M. .1. Costcllo, associated with
the two brothers P. J. and M. J.
HuHcn, who aro well an1 favorably
known on tho West Sldo and
throughout tho city, they make
a strong team, and thoy have tho
cream of tho. West Sldo buslnoss.
They carry tho largest and best stock
of goods In their lino in tho city.
Connected with their stores they
own tho finest livery and boarding
stables In Chicago, and tho convey
ances they turn out to funerals aro
the talk of tho Wot Side. Mr. Cos
tcllo and I'. J. Ilurscn look after tho
Lako street storo, und tho great es
tablishment on West Madison street,
which is certainly tho finest and
best equipped undertaking storo
west Pi Now York, is In, charge of
genial M. .). Ilurscn, who Is making
a great record for himself in the
West End, and there certainly is no
place centrally located in tho heart
of tho city that can compare with
Ilurscn liros. & Costello's plant ut
i:U() West Madison street.
Their Afternoon Off.
Lord & Thomas, tho- newspaper
advertisers, are out with this card:
j It does make ono dull to work al
jwajs, play never. That's as true
I a"out grown-up John as it is about
1 schoolboy Jack.
I So, during this sunny summer
I weather, we're going to devote fivo
I and one-half week days to toll tho
other half-day to taking things easy.
I 'Twlxt May 1 and Sept. I wo shall
1 shut down our desks atl o'clock every
Saturday afternoon and go strolling,
fishing, visiting -jnywhere so it's
, away from the otllco.
I Monday morning will find us men
tally and physically Invigorated full
, of new Ideas. Ily tho way, did you
' over got tho bonetlt of our advertls
1 lug Ideas? We'ro tho leading but
1 then wo started out to tell you about
our '-afternoon off," so you wouldn't
como around when wore out that's
A MHioKSTioN that seems to mo It
consideration lias boon mado by a
New York man. Ho mijs very tru y
that tho J-cent postago stump Is imt
precisely a thing or beauty and tl .it
al iiio-i t any design that might bo sub
stituted for It would havo to bo ic
garded ai an liiinrovemont. Ills Idea
Is to engrave upon the stamp that Is
moit commonly used of all tho Issues
a lniiilaturo representation of tho
United States Hug, tho htar und
stripes. TucMj are somo of his argu
ment'.: "The bright colors of tho
ling on every letter that went about
tho country would bo a pleasure to
tho eyo and a rovlvlllcrof patriotism,
while tho stamp would bo an edu
cator, for there uro thousands of
right respectable Intelligent people
lu tl'ls country to-day who couldh't
10 J as. A. Fleming. 10M Vf. isth st
11 ....A. K, Doremus, 271 S. Paulina st
li ,. Y. C. Farnum, 79 Dearborn at
13 u. A. Campbell, Cham, Com, ll'ld'o;
14 Fred L. Wllk. Union Trust Company
13 ,...,..F. Smith. Maplewood
1A !..!. H. Dimes, Ashland Dlock
17 F.dward J. Dwyer, 121 Randolph
id John M. Smyth, ISO V. Madison
IV C.Mamcr. Government Ilulldlnit
20 Eugene Neuter, 1M Mlchlcaa st
21 c. li. Erby, 354 Lincoln av
22 o. A. Busse. S04 N.Clark at
21 J, a, Linn, 14 Clyboum av
24 J. W. 0. Rhode, Inter Ocean Hulldln
23 L. J. Smith. C41 Rlalto llnlldlna;
20 J. A. Flshlelgh.ft Wabash av
27 Henry WnllT, County Clerk's Office
t ..C. 8. Illake, "The Temple"
21 J.J. McCarthy, 4402 Emerald av
30 AH ted Anderson , 512S Went worth av
hi ,..U. 8. Iks. mis. Clarkst
2 W. It. Kerr. Ill Dearborn st
w . ik. nrrr. 11.1 ucsiuuiu m
H. McCloud. M147 Cornell av
John symons. 7404 LaoRleyav
John Humphrey, n Madison at
,.... J. Short, is Dearborn st
David Ollphant, ITS Monroe st
...inomas neat, uespiainea
M. Ileynolda, Palatine
1 Htaov W. o-nod. 1KI Itandolph at
j J. A. Chllds, Evanston
Mrpulillcau City Central Committee.
Chairman M, 11. Madden.
Secretary O.. J. Chott.
I.".! C. A. Wathlcr.nWFIfthav
2 8. A. Douglas, 7 Dearborn st
3 .M. II. Olbson, 243 Prairie av
4 M. 0. Maddon, Cham. Com. llnlldlna;
S O.K. Smith. 2132 Archer av
n James Murphy, Oov't Dulldln
7 J. II. Cavanagh, aw 8. Ilalsted st
h , J.J. Hanks. 737a Mavat
v II. c Uartcls. city Collector's office
10 (lus Nohe, iwi W, 12th st
11 Ocorge II. Swift. M Washington st
12 W. E. Clark, 1st Nat. Hank llnildlne
U Louis Mack, Ml W. Indiana at
It W.C. F.gecrt, 7K4 8hoberet
73 J. A. Lsmmcrs, loci N. Ltavltt at
13 J. M. Horn. 33 Ayers court
17 J. II, Ilurke, Iki N. Carpenter at
IS George lieri, 2W W. Jackson at
lv Q.J. chott
30 ...W. Elsfeldt. 173 Southport av
21 II, C. Farwell.S07Aahlandlllock
21.,.,. ....Fredilusse, Hccorder's oltlce
23 John llymtcn, 140 Sedgwick st
24 '.,E. C.llambtrgcr, 61) N.Clark st
23 Charles Flnkler. care 0. A N. W. K'y
so H. A. Dupuy. 1SJ2 N. Asbland av
27 ...,T. C. 8chult. County Cletk's office
2H John MoKenna. Opera House Illock
20 It. O. Shutter, 410 Emerald av
311 ,.C. 8. Dencen, IStLakeat
31 T.J. Eulette, 230 Adams st
32 Geo. W. Crawford. 7ii Dearborn st
33 J, J. Ilunberg, Winnipeg lilock
at J. L. Woods, Iloseland
put a flag togothcr if furnished with
tho material. I know whereof I
speak, for I have seen It tried.
However, this is away over -and
above politics, and there should Lo
an Immediate and intelligent move
ment towatd tho powers that bo for
a postago stamp that will not only
carry tho letter intrusted to Its trans
porting influence, but carry ns well
tho incssago of freedom and union
which is written ull over tho Hag."
Of course the change would lessen
tho prominence, so to speak, of tho
lato Ocorgo Washington, but ho
could bo substituted for ono of tho
gentlemen whoso visages adorn
stamps of other denominations. His
present brickdust physiognomy is
certainly not delightful to icsthetes.
Tho Hag would bo very much bettor
from their standpoint, und, indeed,
from almost every standpoint. Slnco
tho Columbian stamps were intro
duced a the country has been edu
cated away from Mr. Washington as
"Wiikn I was in America," says a
writer In tho Nineteenth Century, "I
was touched by tho sacrltlclal life of
a mother. Girls do-not always marry
early there. They liko a good time,
and their mothers cannot bear to
part from them, say from If. to 25.
But when they marry, they put on
heavier chains than nny English
mother doe, whoso lovo expresses it
self differently. American devotion
to tho children Is a religion. Tho
husband never dreams of demurring
to wife and family quitting him for
months at a tlmo, and sending him
to live at his club, If tho babies'
health or entertainment seems to call
for It. Tho mother nurses them In
sickness, gives up her likes and dis
likes, her accomplishments, her
amusements, her husband, keeps up
or drops a elrclo at tho bidding of
tho irresponsible small things; she Is
never divided from her young ones,
sometimes not night or day, till thoy
are well on In their teens; she Is
nurse-maid, governess, s'ster, all in
ono, and it wears her out sometimes
injures them this long subjection.
In England, wo used to have a'slinl
lar subjection; but It was of tho child
to tho mother. English mothers do
not think they ought to rank second
in their own house, except to their
husbands, and husbands aro not al
ways uwaro how much of self-abnegation
that Involves; tho wlfj her
self Imidly known. Sho writes lor
him, Intrlu'tics lor him, gives up bur
music, gives up her painting, her
reading; she cannot do all, and lui.-.-band
and house mut como llrb.
AT AIM'Vr (SFROCrEFR-Vr,
1C1-1CG aiaOIsou St.,
When (ho has brouuht up all the chll
tlroti, shu thinks her toll may he
lightened. The Rlrls can tnko sonic
or the honsckccplng, thcloys cm lift
the strain on tho family purse."
Few of the people who read or talk
about artificial Irrigation in tho Uni
ted States have any Idea of the great
value which the Introduction of tho
process has (riven to lands In Austra
lia. In 1881) one company contracted
with tho Victorian Government to
expend $609,000 In live years on Irri
gation works for the development of
a rich hut arid tract of land. In four
years tho company has expended
tnoro than douhlo that sum. At a
plitco called Mlldura there arc ,000
people, 1 7,000 acres of 1'nntl havo
been sold, and 10,000 arc under cul
tivation. Mojtof tho settlers tako
tho land on tlmo payments at from
tioo to $ir0 per acre and pay for tho
water In addition. Thcso valuations
arc far In execs of any figures named
for artificially Irrigated hinds in this
country) but If they can be realized
In Australia tho Improvement of land
to bo sold at Agues high by compari
son with thosopald for ordinary farm
lands ought to l.o posslblo here. Un
doubtedly the tlmo Is coming when
the systematic distribution of water
to tho thirsty soil In sufficient but
not excessive quantity, and Just at
tho times when it will do most good,
win no rcsortca to extensively, oven
outside of the arid regions, because
of tho vastly superior results over
those obtained by ordinary haphazard
methods of cultivation.
Scotch homo rule makes progress.
Tho adoption by tho llrltlsh Com
mons of Sir George Trcvelyan's reso
lution providing for the reference of
all purely Scottish measures to 11 com
mittee consisting of tho seventy-two
Scotch and II f teen English members
Is 11 long step forward. It was fol
lowed up by .the Introduction of tho
local government bill for Scotland,
which, as soon as It has passed tho
second reading, will bo referred to,
this committee of eighty-seven , for
report. The report will doubtless bo
adopted. The full Hotiso will thus
bo taved tho wearisome committee
debates, and the Scotch members will
trim and shnps tho measures to suit
themselves. Tho Tories bitterly op
posed Trcvelyan's resolution, becauso
they fully understand that if Scottish
measures aro to bo referred to a com
mittee of Scotch members, Irish
measures must from the very logic of
things bo referred to the Irish mem
bers, who uro more radical even than
tho Scotch members, and who now
stand eighty-four Liberals to nine
teen Tories. What chanco would tho
Irish Tory landlords stand If an Irish
commlttco should havo tho shaping
of tin Irish land bill, for Instunce?
No wonder tho Tones stand aghast.
Du. Ciiaui.es Foihikh, who Is a
member of tho Itochcstcr, N. Y.,
Pathological Society, as well as of a
church of that city, found upon ex
amining, tho dregs of 11 communion
cup enough microbes to communicate
twenty dlffcront kinds of dlsoaso, and
upon this showing, two thousand
small glass cups havo been purchased
for Individual uso in that church.
t FREE EXCURSION
TO I'KHitlH, I.OH AM1KI.KS
AND NAN IHKdO, CAL.
Hen J. W. Nance of renin, Mvcrslde
County, Cal la tlie owner of a lame
tr.ct ol laud at I'errln. all level and
aiiiontli; water umler iirenaurc; depot In
renter of tract. To settle mitlio country
lie lias autln rlied nn to oner l.iui acie
of Ida land i.t r an acre and iay each
imrcliaier'a expenaea to California ont
of tlrt paymeut.
tllvca 111 acres free to the excursion
limy, to be awarded aa It ileslirnates,
Mr. Name will In at our oltlce until ex
cursion leaves for California, about
INfERNATIONAL HOME&TEID CO.,
1101 Bcrnrlty llulldlng, Cblcao, 111.
FEED W. ROGERS,
Justice oi Peace.
1113 West North Av.. Chicago.
lle.ldence, 800 Mentmora Av.
4825 Kmarald Av.
J. J. HENNESSY,
Justice of the Peace
4147 I. Hatatad St.
Bfctck Yard l'olloe Court,
NOBLE T. EOBBINS,
Justice of Peace,
Itcbldcnco, 01!)!f ExcliniiKO Av.
BREAD. CREAM OF MALT.
and UD-lSl Lake St.
JAMES M. SOYLE.
ice of i) .Peace,
192 West Madison Street,
Residence, 203 8. Wood St., Chicago, III.
Police Magistrate Cesplaines St.
Justice of Peace,
230 63d Street.
Police Justice, Englowood.
M. A. LA BUT,
Justice of tie Peace.
18 Wert MavtliMa Itreet,
Comer Ualsted Street.
BMDIXCf 61 Milwaukee Avenue.
Corner Will Street.
LEGAL DOCUMENTS DRAWN.
Mice of the Peace,
5325 Lake Avenue.
Hyde Park. ChIcak.
MMtice, S87 Wetilawa Terrace.
J. J. O'TOOLE, '-
MM of the Peace,
(TOWN OP LAKE.)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
3004 State Street, CHICAGO."
Car. Oarfleld Bouletard and Center Avenue.
C. J. WHITNEY,
Mice of the Peace.
and Notary Public.
4S8 LINCOLN AV.
Residence, 1&71 LIU Avenue.
OrricB, Town Hall.
Itealdenee os North Central Ave., Anatln, III.
Collections attended to. Cliattel mortgages
79 West Madison St.,
K. S. Cor. Jefferson.
Olaf F. Seversoi,
(COUNSELOR AT LAW),
Justice of the Peace.
146 AND 148 WEST MADISON ST.,
Suite S07, ' - Oliioeigo.
Ex-Police Magistrate at Peplelne Itreet Ijatlon.
. DANIEL SCULLY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
145 West Madison "Street
GEO. P. FOSTER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Beoms 4 5 & 6. 125 aait Slrael, CMcaep.
Justice of the Peace,
Rooms 1 and 2, 57 S, Clark St.
132 So. Clark Street,
Residence, 67 Bryant Arena.
A. R. PORTER,
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MAitl'lN IL M. WALLACE,
i the Peace.
Room l, Ho, 124 Clark Street, Clilcaii
3817 Michigan Avenue.
Court Room, 534 Lincoln At,, ftR?
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OFFICE, 4G2 LINCOLN AVE.
Residence, 1B01 Wriohtwood Are.
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