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I ttata Oatral Commute. BtrVBLICAX. danaHcr Chlcaco. hatrmaa-J. H. Clark. eretary t. n. jamieton. raaartr t:. a. Kith. At Lartt-Edward II. Morris, Chicago; Hous M 8tnleton, Dtcatnr. District. i ) i ..jamieion, imcaco Jamts Ij. Monaaban, Chicago iames iii nunc, voicsko t ..larata rcase, cnicaao o. rraxitr. Aurora f J. P. Utley, burling Thos. C. Kullcrton, Ottawa 9.. ...a...... J. II. Wllann. fllikmati ueu. d. nopfr, uocaiora $ t.C. Edward!, l'eorla ....W. II. Halnlln. Macomh . ...A. 1'. Oront. Winchester Lincoln Dubois, rHrlntllt! W. P. Calhoun. Decatur ...James II. Clark. Mattoon ltIIIMllIMl a.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .......... ................... ..A. II. Jonii. Ilnhlnsnn 11 l. M. Clark, Vandatla U J. 11. McKlck. Kast Bt. Loula JamtsH. Martin. Halcm l W. C. 8. Rhea, Marlon demociutic. Headquarter Chicago. Chairman Dcloa 1. l'helpa. gectctarjr Tlito. Nelson. Treasurer V. II. Htinion. At Larue Delos 1'. rtielii. Monmouth: Pam el B. Chase. Ctiliaio: J. i: Mahony, Chicago: Tkomaa Uahan. Chicago: 1'. C. H.ler. Joliet: &S m nareii, ni. carmen w. j. urodcrlck. at 8t. Lanla. District. 1 John P. LeUnrteeker, Chicago t William J. O'hrien, Cnlcao W. ft Mahony, Cblcaio John ft O'Mallejr, Chicago 1. J. Moaran, Oeneva Cbarlea Meman, Free pott t C. C. Johnaon, merlin Daniel Ileetian, Ktrea tor Kdwln Heard, Watseka M ..Frank J. Onina l'eorla U J. V, Potter. Hock laland ft K. ft lllnn. I'itteneld U Wm, T. Vandener, Taylorvllle M .............Theodore Nelson, Chicago If...,. V. U, tlrlnton, Tuscola U V. ft Heck, olner IT John H. Daker, Hnlllran W t.ncaa lfeHIenberer. Alton Walter Watson, Ml. Vernon .. W, St. llarr, Carboadale Democratic Central Committee. . Clt and County) Chairman John McOlllen. Secretary-James C. strain. Ward. L Michael Kenna John P. Lelndeckcr. ft. JphnatcCarthjr Kdward Ponaonby,, 284 8. Clark st :vihtateat ISM Michigan aye 2.00 Dearborn at ulted udverscly to annexation, the total vote being: Against annexation 247 For annexation CO Morgan Park, therefore, docs not como Into tho city Just now. The subject of annexation will be voted on by Evans ton on April IT, when a reply will be made to tbo overtures for annexation contained In Chicago's vote Tuesday. ,, At the township election at Lemont the eltlreni' ticket won: Supervisor, Gcorgo A. Welmer; Assessor, William O'Neill; Collector, Joseph Frcllchow kl; Commissioner of Highway?, Al fred Roebuck; Town Clerk, Mathew J. New; Constable, Joseph Wro blewskl. Foituaster Hcslng has bad plans prepared showing what It would cost to establish a pneumatic tube surv tce In connection with the local postal service dcpirtment. The' pncnrautlc service proposed would connect the twelve carrier stations of Chicago with tho general office at Clark and Adams streets. The sta tions to bo connected by pneumatic tubes are as follows: Mudison Street, Cottage Grove, Hyde Park, Lake View, West Division, North Division, Northwest, South Division, South west, South Chicago, Stock Yards, and the Humboldt Park Stations. The distance to be covered by the tubes of the proposed system is about thirty-three and one-tonth miles, and the cost, it is estimated, would be !I80, 151. This estimate includes machines, wages, and everything else required. More than 170,000 feet of steel tubing would be used, costing t175,O00; and six HOO-horse power boilers would bo required to drive the carriers used In the tubes. Then there would bo compressed air and vacuum pumps, small steam boilers, and the appara tus for setting up the machinery. The aluminum carriers would be fitted up with leather pockets for the reception of mall. Of these 2,500 would be required at the beginning, though the number would increase Indefinitely as the service proceeded. To guard against possible trouble oc casioned by accidents additional pumps and additional boilers are pro vided for in the estimates. A branch power system would beestabllshhd at the Hyde Park station, which will 8Mn be located on Fifty-fifth street. Eleven branch lines would be built, being altogether something like eight miles long. Machinery would bo In use at the Hyde Park station, and in case the machinery at the general station should fail in any re spect the service could be continued at Hyde Park. On the main line, going and returning, J, 000,000 let t.rs "could bo carried by the alumi num carriers every twenty-four hours. A statistical table prepared shows that with branch lines Included a total of 4,. 'ion, r.oo letters could be transmitted through the tubes every day. This exceeds In an enormous a. J.P.Rellir MSB. Park are n. McNeill ......... ......... I. ft W. Walker 3811 Grand bouleTard Patrick White 3m Indian 1 ave . M. Flannlgan cm Thirty-first st Jame Daley ..aioieVHalsttdat 6, W, J. O'Urlcn ,. JohnCunnlncbam ,. , ...lAniln-Am. l'ror. Co., U. 8. Yard T, Cha. Mnlbrandon Ml 8. Canal at Wm.Carmody .km 8. Ilalatedat g. Wm. Loefltcr , , a Nineteenth place Kdward l'rlnde rlllc 4 Margaret at 9. Thomas Cnsack tw Fifteenth at Wm.lt. Dunn 1 W. Eleventh at 10. Uriah Cumin 469 Hastings at John J. Cullerton ..ISM Ogdenave 11. Wm. Nugent.. (MW. Itandolph at. M. C. McDonald. cot Hccurity building. 12. John Long Ml H. Lincoln at Thomaa Mnlrooney 1M3 Congress at, 13. Patrick J. Donahue .4 llroom it. Dennla Conaldlne iwfl Fulton at, 14. Joseph 8. Kchwab d79 N. Hoyne ave. W.J. MeNamaM ,..i..:il7 N, Hobeyst. 15. 8. 8. Hrewtr 7H Humboldt Park bird. John Flttslmmons l" N. Leavltt at. 1. .Ktanley II. Koni cm Noble at. HIChard Cnllfn ..M Keith at. IT. Klchard Power.., (SN. Peoria st. Htephen M. Uosaclln m N. Oreenat. It). JohuMoAllen sou W. Madison st. John J. llrennin 11 8. Carpenter st. IV. Patrick McCarthy 1SI W. Harrison at. Joseph Ilaberaorn 282 Center ave. 20. Henry F. Donovan sol Webster e. Thomas Han ton. . . , , 7?J Clybourn ave. 21. F. X. llrandecker, Jr C48 Hedgwlckat, JohnMcUlllen too Washington t. 22. John Wardtll..,. 1M Cleveland ave. JaineaH. Farrell. to Dearborn at. 23. Thomas J. o Malfey vio Sedgwick at. Michael Ilnihca llvE. Huron at. 21. Martin Heavy tUsHuahet. Fr.nkJ. Sturpby. ai Illinois st. 38. Kugena8ugg Itio Dlversey at. Wm. F. (julnlan Edgewater 20. FrnkKeri lo7 Nelson at. John W. Lanehart TV Dearborn at. 27. Wm. Kennedy Avondale Tbos. Caasln Irving Park 2. .J. P. McKlroy lot 1 Carroll ave.' Kdward Wllllama SW0 8. Western ave. 9V. Thomaatiahan 43W 8. Hatated st. Thomaa Carey 4.KII Woodat. 30. Maurice Morlarty STSS Dearborn at, Thomas Uyrne .....4300 8. Ilalatedat. 31. Daniel F. O'ltelll .Auburn Park JobnHheebr ow Hlxty-nlnth at. 32. Richard T. Hanrahan 4a; Kvanaave. Patrick Cummtmi 4m State at. 33. Thomaa J. Donnelly. South Chicago. Kdward Marau South Chicago. 34. James Ryan eztisDrexel ave. Cbarlea Corkery Kensington Town. Harrington, M. D. Mcintosh. Darr'ngton Uloom, Abner J. Miller. ... ..Dloom Hremen, Wm Moak Tlnley Park Calumet, Peter Klpley Hlverdale Cicero, Jamea Urahara Oak Park degree tho transmission of letters under the existing system. Letters could be written In one part of Chi cago and sent to another, and an an swer received within an hour. The wagon service would be abolished al most entirely, and pneumatic tubes could be connected with railroad depots for the reception of malls as they arrived on trains. Base-ball Item: When Mortimer J. Scanlan catno to bat In the last Inning hs found tbrco bases filled by Al Hotmann, Frank Kllcrane and Johnnie lilnlak, tho latter having taken tlrst on balls; Scanlan seized the bat determinedly, and drovo the sphere over the loft Hold fence, bring ing In nil thrco and making a home run himself amid tremendous ap plause from the bleaching boards. Tho physicians of Samuel D. Ray mond said last night that Mr. Ray mond was resting easy and was im proving as rapidly as could be ex pected. "You can't loso me, Mortimer," Is the new song that echoes o'er the West Division since the snow fell on Jimmy Monaghan, Tuesday. The Judges or tho Circuit Court held a meeting Wednetday nftcrnoon In Judge Wlndot' room regarding tho appointment of two South Park Com missioners. Judges Hanecy and Smith were asmrcd that If the Re publican Judges attonded tho meet lng no advantage should be taken by tho Democratic Judges owing to the absence of Judg j Horton. Tho six Republican Judges In tho city and the seven Democrats attended. Judge Tuley said no arrangement had yot been made, but it was expected an amicnble agreement would be reached at a meeting to be held on Saturday at 2 p. m. It Is noted that an unusually large number of now Aldermen will enter the Council twenty of them: Ji-lrl. Ballard, Martin, Shiilchi, Engle, Watson, Kahler, Lammers, Ktanwood, UC'imniir, Ehlert, thwMrmlm'f, Currier, Kchermann, t'hhikr. Chapman, llutler, llloudiif, Merehant, Chadwlck. Democrats In ilnlic. From general results It seems that Arnold Tripp didn't have as suro a thing In the Twenty-second Ward as he supposed ho had. From tlio handsome showing made in the West Town by Mortimer J. Scanlan or.o might Infer that it's bet ter to have the City Baso Ball Leaguo "wld" you than "agin" you. a Mr. S. W. Rldorburg, of County Clerk Wulff's otllcc, Is very much talked of Just now for tho Republi can nomination for County Clerk this Cicero, O. E. Orafti 102 Washington street ElkOrove, II. Ilalat Desplalnea Kvanaton, D, P. O'Leary Kvanston Kvanston. Franks. 1'eabody Kvanston Hanover, II. P. HchuIU Dartlett Lemon., oeo. A. Welmer i Lemon t Lemont, John W. McCarthy ...Lemont Leyden, Thorn a Carer Mannheim Lyon, F. D. coisltt, Jr La Orange Lyon, Frank J. Mooney .....Lyon Maine, J. II. Kraft.,,. Desplalnea New Trier, Peter J, Huerter ...Wllmet.e Nile. Henry Harm Nile Center Northfleld. Wm. Helmgarten Oakoien Orland, Chrla Uroeacup Tlnley Park Palatln, J. A. Until game., Palitlne Palo, P. J. O'Connell Worth Rich. John Ahlemdorf Illchton Riverside. Cornelius Sullivan Klverstde Schaumbcrg, II. E. Onlndell Schaumbenr Thornton, James II. Wilson , Hat v y Wheeling, Cha. 8lgwalt.... Arlington Heights Worth, II. U. 11 b.nson Utue Island Hcnatorlal District. 1. Henry Odder ....wm State st. 2. Thos. M. Coleman on 8. Washtenaw av. s. Clark K. Rolfe. 33 W. Sixty-fifth st. 4. Michael J. llutler Mii Emerald av. s. James M. tjulntan aoio Michigan av. . John K. Flttgerald va Cooper st. T. Thomas J. McUrath 113 Adam st. v. Wm. H. Joyce ...hsoii 8. Ashland av. 11, Wm. Edgar. lluilding Dert. City Hall 13. Joseph hutina 07:; K May at. in. M. J. Solon 'ill W. Tavlor at. 17. M. J. O'Donoghue sad County Building. in. James J. Flannlgan ait W. Ohio at. 21. Frank Crlttendon toil tlelden av; J. II. Sullivan ""....aw Division st. 98. Jamea A. gulnn lULaSalleav. Congressional District. 1. John P. Hopkln Pullman. Wm. E. Crossett sua Ororeland are. X Henry llergen. 3tj 8. Ashland ave. John J. Sloan KM W. Fifteenth st. 5. Henry Carroll ........204 8. Clark at. Wm. C. Aaay. Law Dept., City Halt. John O'llrlen 141 Liberty at. A. T. Power.. si Archer ave. t. Edward-Hurley lit? Congress t., Jamea O'Urltn.... 332 W. Hatrlaonat.- (. Oeorge McConnell 4a Spruce st. John It. Lambin.... Water Office. City Hall. ft. M. II. McAbee an W.Monro at. Robert K. Iiurko ca Ucethoyen place. T. Michael Flttgerald ..Havelock. Arthur Jordan lo Briar place. Republican County Central Committee. Chairman-John M. Smyth. Berretary-J. R. B. Van Cleave. I..j! R. B. Van Cteave.Tltle Trut Building 2 John J. Koran, h Calhoun place a Perry A. Huil.HT Opera Hone Bnlldlng 4 ...Jamea If. Oilbert, BberlR'a Ofllo E. J. Ma.eretadt. 2132 Archr a 7 J. A. Cooke. Ml 8. Halated at 8...., ....JoaephlNWalb.oo.ngorgaaj V. . .0. W. woodman, Madlaon and Ualated at fall. Mr. Rtderburg has tho support of almost all of the laboring organi zations, and as the Swedes should be recognized, no stronger person could bo named by his party. Notwithstanding tho Independent candidacy of one Manterre, a dis gruntled sorehead, popular Thomas H. Currier was elected to tho C6un ell from the Twenty-fourth Ward by a handsome plurality. Mr. Currier will make an ablo and useful mem ber. Tho popular ex-County Commis sioner, Jas. A. O'Connell, Is to be congratulated upon his ablo manage ment of the West Town campaign. As chairman of the Democratic Cam paign Committee, assisted by John A. Mullen and Tom Coleman, who acted as secretaries, ho accom plished great work for tho election 'of tho entire ticket. Mr. P. II. Rice, tho well-known brewer and multxter, Is prominently mentioned as a candidate for County Treasurer. w u Messrs. W. C. Roeblo & Bro., pro prietors of tho great storago ware house corner of Sheffield and Wright wood avenues, are well known to tho general public. They commenced In a small way, but their business has grown to ono of the largest in their line In tho West. At present they are erecting another largo building on their premises, and also have nearly completed thrco of tho largest "moving vans" used In this country. Watch for them, as thoy will be out In a few days, Capt. John A. Sedgwick, of 108 Howe street, is prominently men tioned as a Republican candidate for Clerk of the Probato Court. Capt. Sedgwick Is a brother of Dr. S. P. Sedgwick, deceased, who resided at Wheaton, and who as a Republican leader In Du Page County formerly acted as chief lieutenant in that county for Gen. John A. Logan. Cupt. Seagwick is able and popular, and would prove a strong candidate. Uownr Cliotttn of Old on Days, In Holland tho dower chost onco formed a part of every brldo's equip ment. Less portablo, but mora sightly than the "Saratoga"- trunk, It fulflllod Its purpose with graco and dignity, passing down as an heirloom from fen eration to generation. Tho modern chest 1b an ousy thing to socuro, but theso tho uotodato girl holds in dis dain: her cheat must bo roully antique, of carved oak, of Kncllsh or Flomlsh 1 make, or olaboratoly inlaid with mm- quetono oi colored woods and dutou or Initialled with flgurea und characters eloquent of other times and manners. Thoro are very few of tho gonulno old fashioned "dower chests" to bo fcoon on this sldo of tho Atlantic. Ono of them , In this city Is a very masslvo atTalr, weighing tovoral hundred pounds. j Buffalo Commercial. I A pneumatic tubo Is In uso between i the Purls und Ilorlln postotllcos, und thlrty-flvo minutes uftor a letter Is I mailed In ono city It Is dollverod In tho other. 10 Ja. A. Fleming. 10M W. lh tt 11 A; F. Doremus, -m S. Paulina it 12 u F. C, Farnnm, T9 Dearborn t 13 D. A. Campbell, Cham. Com. B'ldg 14 FredL. Wllk, Union Trust Company u vtrtf.- 8mlihvM,?J,J!00S Id u...I. H Hlmet, Ashland Block 17 Edward J. Dwyer.urBaiidolpti 18 John M. Smyth, 1W W.MadHon lv C.Mamer. Government Building 20 Eugene Neuter, lei Michigan si 21 .C E, .Krby, 2M Lincoln av J O. A. Buss, tot N.Clark at zi ,. J. A. Linn, 14 Clybonrn av 24 J. W. C. Rhode, Inter Ocean Bui ding 25 L. J. Smith, (42 Rlalto lluilding 20 ,. J. A. Flablelgh, Wabash av 27 Henry Wnlff. county Clerk's Offlc 28 ....C. 8. Make, "The Temple" i J.J. McCarthy, 4101 Emerald av ao Alfred Anderson, MM Wentworth av :u U.R. 8. He, no 8. Clark at :ti W. H. Kerr, 113 Dearborn st 3J , 8. McCloud, 8147 Cornell av 34 John Symon. 7404 Laagtey av COUXTMf towns. .. .. 1 John Humphrey, 89 Madison it a ....F.J. Short, 114 Dearborn at 3 David Ollphant, 178 Monroe at 4 Thoma Keats, .Desplalnea 6 M. Reynold, Palatine . i Staov W. Osgood, 183 Raadolpb at 0 1j. A.Chllds,:ranaton Mepubllrau City Central Committee). Chairman M. D. Madden. Becretary-y. J. Chott, Ward. 1 C.A.Welhler.sMFlftbav 9 P. A. Donglas, TV Dearborn at 3 ,.M. If. Olbson, 3M3 Prairie av 4 M. B. Madden. Cnam. Com. Building 8 C. 8. Smith, 9132 Anker av n Jamea Murphy, Oov't Building 7 J. D.Cavanagk.swaHalstedsi 8 ,....,. J. J. Bank. 717 8. May t 9 II. C. Bartela. city Collector'a office 10 Ou Nohe, ine-i w. 1Mb st 11 oeorge D. Swift, a Washington st 13 W. E. Clark, 1st Nat. Bank Building 13 taWiMMk.M4.W.lAUaaat I W.C. Egrert,;7M'Mobwat in i. a. iiammers. iodi n. Lieaviu at 10 J. M. Horn. S3 Ayera court 17 J. II. Burke, lav N. Carpenter at 18 Ueorgr Ben, 29 W. Jaokioa at IV , ,,..,...,.,.. ....... .Q.J. chott ao ,..w. Klafeldt. 178 Southport a v 21 IL C. Farwell. M7 Aahland Block 21 .Fred Busse. Recorder'a office iyvJ?'"l,,, ",lDs'KI"'s, 21 ,.E. C. Hambener, tvN.Clatk it 28 Cbarlea Flnkler. care 0. N. W. R'y 2ft M..S. A. Dupuy. 132 N. Aahland ar 27 T. C. Behalf. County Clerk'a office 24 John McKenna, Opera House Block 29 R.O. Shutter, MloEmeraldav 30 UC. S, Deneea, 184 Lake at 31 .T. J. Mulette, M Adam t 31 Oeo. W. Crawford. To Dearborn t 33 J. J. Hunberg, Winnipeg Block 34 J. L. Woods, Rolaud 23 .jonn uygren, its HeagwicK it A LILLIPUTIAN STRUCTURE. A Unlldlng In New York the Width of Which la Only .14 Inches. There is a houio in Now York? the ox t to mo width of which is only 111 Inches. It li botweoh Not). 1U2 and 104 With street. Its pxUtonco Is tho result ol accident, tho' surveyor of tho ad joining lot leaving a Vacancy of about thrco Icot which tho owner usod by erecting this lllllnuttan atrueturo. A tenant was found In the poreon of Otto Werner, who for some years kept a grocery store thoro an J lived on tho floors above. Ho did a good business, but In tho uourso of time becoming too portly to get in anl out of tho front door, gavo up tho houso and romoved to Now Jorney. Slnco thon no ono small enough could bo found who was willing to leaso tho houso at any price, unJ to it has boon turned over to tho dairyman next door, who has out an cntrunes Into It from his store. Tho proporty is entered on tho tax-collector's book, and has to bear Its share of tho city's burden just llko the moit palatial houses in tho metropolis. . . Dying or Conauinptlon. Roports from St. Potorsburgsay that thoro Is now llttlo hopo that tho Grand Duko Goorgo, second son of tho Czar, will over get well. Tho Prlnco 'hrw bojn in the Caucasus for savorul years In a vain search for rollof from pul monary trouble. Ho sponds thoro ai much time as possible in tho open air, taking long wulks In tho plno forests and living tho lifo of a mountalneor. For a timo ho scorned to bo benofltod by tho modo of lifo, but lator his strength began to fall. About a yoar ago It was announced that ho had fallen in lovo with a beautiful young Russian girl of un anolent but poor family, who was employed in tho tele graph Htatlon in tho vlllago whoro ho had his rosldenco, and that tho Czar and Ciarlno, believing that ho could not llvo long, hud consented to their marriage. Groat regret is folt in Russia over tho young man's hopoloss condition, as up to the time of his Ill ness ho was more popular than tho Czarovltch. Tho Now CiiIiioko Minister. Yang Yu, tho now Chinese Minister at Washington, hus quickly mado him self folt as a porsonago of importanco at tho capital. His legation is tho only diplomatic establishment that Hies its national Hug ut all times to distinguish it from other domiciles, and tho Minister's equipages outshino thoso of all his diplomatic colleagues In elegant correctness. Tho Minister is rapidly acquiring English, und his wlfo has her English toucher as well. Mrs. Yang returns tho calls of diplo mats lumilles, ami tho quaint llttlo flguro In gorgeous attire, flowored headdress, and threo-lnch shoos bright ens many legation drawing-rooms and dinner tablo. Horses. The most valuublo horso to a user of horsos is tho ono that will do him tho groatost amount of work at tho least expense. Such a horso may bo a dl mlnutlvo pony, a speedy trotter, a gon orul purpose horso or a ponderous draft horso, all dopondlng upon tho require mont of tho ownor. A.SK FOR jrr anv 164-166 Madison St , WWLm THE THUNDERBOLT OF LAW. (Continued from flrH pnsro.) lctt & Co., was brought back from New York by Mooney & Bolnnd operators, and Is now in nll await ing trial. The recent Tothcroh scandal brought prominently beforo public notlco tho clever detective work of this agency. Tho faithless minister, who for many months had hoodwinked both congregation and projbytcry whllo carrying on a scandalous intrigue with a widow, was at length brought to bay by Mr. Sutherland and forced to make con fession of his guilt Mr. Sutherland has often been commended for his successful work by Judges of the Federal and State courts, law officials and business men throughout this and foreign countries. In personal appearance Mr. Suth erland Is a man who would attract attention among a multitude. Over six' feet In height, well-proportioned, of magnificent physique, with dork hair and beard, a penetrating yet kind eye looks out upon one with commanding yet winning force. That he Is very popular among his friends, nnd that ho enjoys tho es teem of all his acquaintances, is tho natural outcome of such characteris tics as Mr. Sutherland Is known to possess. Success is written on every pago of the history of the Mooney & Roland agency, and The Eaolk gladly com mends It and Its genial and gentle manly manager to the public of the West Pablo or tho Adaptable I'laywrlirtit. Once upon a time a moroso tragedian, distinguished mainly for his elaborate regard of htmself. discovered that his hearers considered his Hamlot hilari ous and his Lear grotosauoly robust. "Miserable coquotto!" ho cried to the faithless nrovldenco about to desert him, "what a calamity 1" "Nay, replied that pcrvono entity, "not a calamity an opportunity." As flexible as tho lady was ambiguous, tho star In tlmo adjusted himself to tho BUirirostlon, and by morbid execu tion and grownomo omphaits waxed ro-J nowncu ana rien in tno uomain oi uur losquo and extravaganza. .Moral it s a wiso irog thai Knows Its own hollow. Llpplncott's Magazine The Telephone for Diver. Tho tolophono is now used by dcop water dlvors. A rccnlvorand transmit ter combined Is affixed to the lnsldo of tho holmot near tho diver's car. Uy a slight turn of his head ho can speak into tho telcphono and ho can hoar readily from It at all times. Its valuo In dcop-ioa work, for reporting prog ress or receiving instructions, Ts clear. Formerly tno only communi cation was by a system of pulls at a cord. HFREE EXCURSION TO i-Eimm, LOH AXQKI.KII AND fait Ulltno. CAL, Hon. J. W. Nance of I'eirls, Illvr rslde County. Ca'., la tho owner of a large tr.ct ol land at 1'errls. all level and smootti! water under pressure; depot In center of tract. To settle uiitlie country he has authorised na to oiler l.'(i acie of tils land at tii an acre and pay each purchaser' expense to California out oi nrsi piymem. I Olve lu acres free to the excursion pirty, to Im awarded a It dcilanatcv. , Mr. Nance will b at our office until ex cursion leave for California, about 1 April T. 1 INTERNATIONAL HOMESTEAD CO.. 1 1101 Eecurlty lluilding, Chicago, III. FRED W. B08ER8, Justice ol Peace. NOTARY PUBLIC. 1113 West North Av., Chloag o. Ilrsldencr, 300 Mentmore Av. ftasldanoen Telephone), 4eas Emerald Av. Taraaoaa, J. J. HENNESSY. Justice of the Peace AND Notary Pnblio . 4147 t. Halated St. POLICE MAGISTRATE. f!Hf f! A CM Btook Yard Police Court. IHIIiAWU PETER CALDWELL, Justice of Peace, 230 63d Stmt. Police Justice, Englewood. NOBLE T. EOBBINS, Justice of Peace, SOUTH CHICAGO. Residence, 0131) Exchange At. Police Magistrate. VIENNA. NEW ENGLAND, COUNTY FAIR. DADDY DOLLAR. BREAD. CREAM OF MALT. SFocrEFRr, -OR- and 179-181 Lake St. JAMES M. BOYLE, Justice of the Peace, 192 West Madison Street, Residence, 203 S. Wood St., Chicaoo, III. Police Magistrate Desplalnea St. Police Court. Justice of the Peace, ISI South Clark atraat. M. A. LA BUT, Justice of tie Peace. lit Watt Madlaoa ItrtMt, Corner tialtUd Strati. BBHOXXCl-aai Mllwankaa Avaaaa, CoratfWIIIBtrMt, LEGAL DOCUMENTS DRAWN. M.J.QUINN, JnsticeoftliePeace, 5325 Lake Avenue. Itjie Park, Chicago, lUsMeaee, f 87 WeetHawa Terrae. J. J. O'TOOLE, Justice of toe Peace, (TOWN OP LAKE.) ATTOBXEY AT LAW, 3004 State Street, CHICAGO. BaiDBKCI. Cor. Oart.ld Bonlsiard aad Ctattr Avtaa. G. J. WHITNEY, Justice of the Peace, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and Notary Pnblio. 458 LINCOLN AV. Residence, 1ATI LIU Avenue. Motait Public. Omci, Town Hall. WM. AMERSON. PoliceMagistrate ncsldnee-oa Ko'rtb Central Ave., Austin, lit Collection attended to. Chattel mortirsita acknowledged. -Etooxxil, 79 West Madison St, N. S. Cor. Jtriteraom. m BRADWELL Olaf F. Sevefson, Jarvis Blume, (COUNSELOR AT LAW), Justice of the Peace. 146 AND 148 WEST MADISON ST., Sviite 207, - Oliioago. DANIEL SCULLY, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, 145 West Madison Street GEO. P. FOSTER, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, BNIU 5 &6, 125 GkUt Stmt, CDiCaCO. Telsphons 4S4S. GEORGE KERSTEN, Justice of the Peace, Rooms 1 and 2, 57 H, Clark St IT.WM Justice of tbe Peace. COURT ROOM, 132 So. Clark Street OHIOAQO. Reildenca, ; Bryant AttatM, 1 R. PORTER, Corntr 33d ftrttt a4 Lake Avtnttt, KTDE FAME (CHICAOO). Chattel Mortar Acknowledged. MARTIN R M. WALUCB, Justice oi the Peace. Bni 1, Ho. 124 Clarlc Street, CUcao. RESIDENCE, 3817 Michigan Avenue. MORITZ KAUFMAN Justice Ol... ...the Peace. NOTARY PUBLIC Court Boon, 534 Lincoln At., 2&v? lUaMteae, M4 tlala At. ' (TL Laha View 10.) CHICAe v.s. Justice of tho Peace. OFFICE, 402 LINCOLN AVE. Residence, 1601 Wrlghtwood A.V TELEPHONE: Xaaalc TTleB-OT atO.VB Police Mamstraie