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tf-ffEI OHIOAOO S3-A.GH.iB3. AjJj 3 fw"?yV i-1 m aevria, ' -' JUDICIARY OF Gd GOUT. 9MWWMMMpMNAMAA SiaM'Waiaiaj00Ssaiga0iaae Superior Court Judge fOfc & OAXY.OMtf JlfltM. JONAS HUTCHINSON. HENRY It. SKEFAXO. WILLIAM O. EWINA THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. ' FREEMAN. 7AUES GdOOIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. JOHN A. LINN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judge. li. F. TULEY, Chlti JUlUott. A. N. 'WATERMAN. ft. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER, EDMUND W. BURKE. THOMAS O.' WINDES. SLBRtDOE HANEOT. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. A. HORTON. JOHN A. COOKE, Clerk. OHAS. O. NEELY. . County Court JUDOE ORRIN ft. CARTER CLERK. PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court JUDOE C. C KOHL8AAT CLERK ...,., A. O. COOPER SHERIFF v. JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY CHARLES S. DENEEN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAOERSTADT. LEABISG MEMBERS OF TEE BAR i I wi. a MM, Attorney at Law, Suite 119 Hartford Building Telephone Express 672. OHIO AGO. - , . ILL,. JOHN R. FMER, Attorney at Law. MW YOSJC LVI MflLMNC fittSrsSSSte.-. Chioaga ANDREW J. RY AH, ATTORNEY Ml CtotKLtft AT UI, 616-618-620 Reaper Block, IWapfcOM Mala 4994, CHICAQO. N. M. PLOTKE, Attorney and Counselor, mm II, II l Clark It, ChtMfe. tki ii isa, m amlaas Ave. Mstiry Pysllo. D.L MORRILL Attorney iiiCOUHSILORlTLir. 1210 Titls and Trust Bld., 1H WASHINGTON ST. CHAS. H.CRAWFORD Attorney and Counselor at Law, 1220 cnamber or Commerce Bid,, CJTICAQO. WBbrnaaav amdae, MsjMC.tna Prentiss.Hall&Grega Attorneys at Law, 114415 Flrat National Bank Bldf Tl.ph.n M.ln S4M. ARMAND F. TEEFY. Attorney at Law, M6LA0ALLI8T.. tiU MLM1. OHIOAOO. KICKHAM SCANUM. urnrn aw iiUmjrf link, cunit IWighona Miami. i JUDSOH F. eOlHG. Attorney it Lai. 019 Title and Trust Building. 100 Washington ttrt. Telephone Stain U703. .v. imma. asm r.Bi usm1 LAW OFPIOK or RUNYAN & RUNYAN WWtshlnftonSt. Reams SI SB. Tel. Main aril. HUM I TITK. Attorney t Ceralor, 78 and 79 Dearborn Street UnHy utMlffc, tM. Main M7. JEMfiEESr. GRAFTS I STEVENS. Attorneys and Counselors AST LAW. nr.Tuirmtiiksxeiiuiiiic TlkWMONI MAIN Ifta, Henry M. Coburn ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law Room 44, 92 La Sail it. Cor. WuhlugtoD and La fells Ski. Tatepkaaa Mala 4197. & Attorneys at taw, Suite e BDWARD T. CLINNON, MA.TM IN OHANOIRY OIROUtTOOURT. T.l.ph.n. M. SMS. John T.Richards, ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law. ROOM 81, I DEARBORN ST. Telephone Main B808. OCelapbon Main UOS. Attorney at Law... Suit 704 and 705 "THE OXFORD." I La Salli Stmt. McFaaon Glennon WlMp' UHUS klKl'IIHl UMHK SMNMTIN IMKM. BanrBsfcw. BeMailklett aetr. RUBEN5 & MOTT, Attorneys and Counselors CtRNRATION LAW A IPICIALTY. CHICA99t miiiCMT, imni.cnT, mpiumini, HIRil E CODY i S0M3, Attorney! at Xj&Wo 44 TO 4 RIAMftJ HOOK, Tt. MM. M dark Street. CHICAM. ROBERT S. ILES, Attiner ai aiuelir it Law, iNuuian, . enoAM. C. Porter Johnson General Attorney. United States Branch London Quarantee and Accident Co., Ltd. CHICAQO, - - ILLINOIS. Luther Laflin Mill t La Salle 5t. .CHtCAO F.MeeleHeMstassal. M0RDECAI A GADSDEN, ATTORNEY AX LA1V a, 40 m 4LT Bros mu, CHARLESTON, . O. .J.BiKSBaaaa. L.J.Baki: jvuvs O. LITI. A. J. & L. J. BAMBERGER Atfnqra aaat Cwrattlwa. eMHCkeetaettt, aHILADII.IHiX CMMMTIM Ml MMMIR0UL UW. zttfoa'mm&ttisr CHAS. O. BLACK, ATTORNEY. CartaratlM and CtmiMitlal Law. Hew Tfk isfjp wriMwf i EDWIN S.CRAIC Attorney at Law, ar.rwHpLAa DiTTaaiiBeu aa ufUMto, wnviiani rm SlaiGgfrms CtrterpIiMes ft Kellou. ATTOtKBYS a COUNSBUMtS AT LAW. MSreeiwayaei SWaHtt., Elbert H. Gary, LAWYER, Suite 857,858,859,881 THE B00IE1I OHIOAGO. Tlphn Harrison St. RISIDINOI, 7SS Walnut t. FrederickS.Baird ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 1007-0 TIUTONIO aLDQ, 178 Washington St. WI. KJtIN 44S0. OHIOAOO. JOHNC. KINQ, ALF'DH.flROIS 497 W. Congrtu It. 33 Inilua Ave. KING & GROSS, 1 -AT- No. 87 E. Washington Street. Telephone Main 1929. HANKW.VOUNO. FRANK E. NAKCEL. THOMAS B.B.IRAN.BV. loans, laM & Braiy, Attorneys at Law, 736 TO 730 REAPER BUT, Clark and Waiulogton Btrwti. TIUPHONI MAIN 1071. At. C. Mcintosh. Attorney and Oounselor at Law. Suit. 31-33, 85 Washington St, Telephone Main 3711, CHICAGO. Mal4emi Barrlnarto. WAXAaaa.flBTaa. FaaosjuolLlcaLLos. WAttB v. nn.M aKmdAtm NIW YORK AIMS CODDSR Pultllu BpcaklnR Agreed with Him. Mr. C. V. Kndclliro Cooke, a nicin bcr of tho British Parliament, tells In tho EnRllsh Illustrated Magazine the story of an experience that was more amusing In tho telling that In the ex periencing. He was to speak at an evening meeting In a country town, and was first to dine with two elderly ladles of tho place. Not until ho was dressing for dinner did he discover that his servant had neglected to pack his waistcoat. There was no gentleman In the house hold of whom he could borrow, but the butler, a stout man, had a spare waist coat, which, though not a match for tho rest of his clothing, was near enough to pass muster. But, alast the waistcoat was a mile too big. He found a sympathetic housemaid who took up a large pleat at the back of the waistcoat, and fastened It se curely with pins. Dinner over, the party drovo to tho meeting, where tho parliamentary candidate was to raako tho principal speech. The candidate had been speaking ten minutes, and had .warmed to his work, when sud denly he felt a pin give way, and then another and another. Slowly the bor rowed garment expanded, until Its wearer appeared In all tho capacious bulk of tho truo owner. Luckily the main body of the audi ence did not perceive tho change, bat a distressing titter was heart among tho ladles In front. The best coritnent camo from it gentleman who greeted the speaker after the meeting. "Public speaking evidently agrees with you, sir," ho said, In a compli mentary tone, "for when you sat down you were twlco the man you were when you rose." Heady Derision. Balsac tells of a counselor who had a great fondness for sentences of death. The president of the tribunal with which he was connected having asked bis opinion on a case which had Jnst been concluded, he started suddenly from sleep and said that the man should have his head cut off. "But." aid the president, "the question Is aboat a meadow." "Then let It bt mown!" CHARLES B. PAVLICEK, Attorney at Law. Telephone Main ao6. SUJES 720-22 REAPER BLOCK, 06 AND 07 8. CLARK 8T. (1K01UIK It. I'KCK. .TOIIX S. MII.LKH. MKnniTT srAiin. w, ' FECK, MILLER & STARR, Counselors at Lav. Ollcu S13-1S Imliack lillliii, BEAIBORN ST., 8.W. COL JACKSON, Tm.KI'IIONK.MtS. CHICAGO. John Mayo Paukb. l a McDonald. KOBKRTiOX l'ALMKB. palmer, Mcdonald & PALM, Attorneys at Law, IISMI Cklcafe Stock Exchaife Bulldiaf Tatephona Mala 1381. MFeniw Cooper, riaster in Chancery. Suite 52,53, 54 Merchants' Bldf., ea LA SALLE STRUT. 1 88 WASHINGTON STRIKT. TIUFHONI, . MAIN 482. I II. FAIRBANKS, LAWYER, Rooms 6o, 6i, 6a and. 63 Illinois Bank Building, 116 Dearborn Street. TELEPHONE 10 MAIN. Benjamin F. Ricbolson Attorney at Law, No.79 CLARK STREET GHICAGO. . TekskoM 97l. WING, CHADBODRNE & LEACH, ftyrneys and pounselors at Law, 705-708 Security Bldf,, CHICAQO. COUNTESS WALOtWSll. Oae American Woman flanplty Wed ded to a Forelan Nobleman. Few American women have been se successful In their alliance with foreign noblemen as the Countess Waldersee, who was Miss Mary Esther Lee, of New York. The Countess' husband la the director of the German army Is the successor of Von Moltke, In fact, and the Countess herself Is the person al friend and adviser of the German emperor and his wife. Her Influence la Imperial politics Is therefore as great as that of any one person other than the Emperor himself. Even Bismarck helped himself out of power by being hostile to tho American woman and Mffi0jyffff mmWs. COtmTKSS WALTJIRVSE. her plans. The father of the Countess waa a New York grocer, who retired and Mt only a small fortune to hie widow. Mrs. Lee went to Stuttgart to llv. and educate her children. There ah. mat and married a German diplo mat, Baron Waechter, afterward am-! basaador to France. In 1804 her daugh ter, Mary Esther, married Prince Fred erick of Schleswlg-Holsteln, who saw her by accident In a hotel. The prince waa Immensely rich and 70. Mia Lee waa poor and 27. On the wedding hip to Palestine she persuaded him to make over to her his entlro fortune. Ho did so and died six months later. Not long afterward the widowed princess waa married to Count Waldersee, then a rising soldier. Prince WSllam married a grand niece of Prince Frederick, Au gusta Victoria. That young woman was ungainly and awkward, but under the spell of the fair and tactful Ameri can sho soon becamo one of the most polished women In Europe. The tol Hon given her by the Countess, and Its quick results, charmed the prince, who was soon to become Emperor. When William ascended to tho throne, when Bismarck fell, and when the young war lord was his own master, he heaped honor after honor on the Walderseea. The Countess Is now 06 years old. The husband. In cose of a German war, would be the master of the German army. BOSTON'S 800IAL QUKKN. Conxreaamaa Bpraa-ae'a Wire I. Worth Ovar 930,000,000. Mrs. Charles F. Sprague, wlf. of Congressman Sprague, of Boston, will be a notable figure in Washington so ciety. Sho is the leader of the best society In Boston, and that Is saying a great deal. Sho la tho richest young matron in tho city of wealth. Her grandfather, William F. Weed, of Phil adelphia, left ber a forruno of $10, 000,000, which has increased. Mrs. Spraguo it a very handsome blonde. Blio has a regal air, and hor naturally distinguished appearance is enhanced by tho ezqulslto taste she displays In Mas. cuato,ks r. spraoux. btr gowns. Hor dresses, from tae faultlessly fitting tailor-made walktag gowns sho wears In tho street to tae gorgeous creations In which she Is garbed In society, are at once the ad miration and the despair of her friends. Mrs. Sprague is a superb hostess. Her, great wealth enablos her to have Just what sho desires when she entertains,' and In these little enterprises she Is ably assisted by Mr. Sprague, who Is a man of good Judgment, fine taste and pleasant manners. Mrs. Sprague Is, as has been noted, tho leader of Boston's 400, to which position she made ber way over Mrs. "Jack" Gardner, who bad ruled queen of the bub for several years. Mrs, Gardner did not give up ber throne without a struggle, but har, rival was younger, handsomer and more winsome, and finally captured such hearts as were nocessary to make her the queen. Tho Spraguoe bare taken possession of Levi P. Morton's magnificent Washington home. Aa Old Alligator Terrapin. Somo of tho antiquities of this coun try which find their way into museums are rivaled In age by a living creature at the Zoo. It is an alligator terrapin, or Mississippi snapper, whose ISO pounds of substance have been accumu lated In a lifetime of five centuries or more. At least, that Is what the sci entists calculate, and they say that there la no reason to doubt that It was paddling around aa a little turtle la the Mississippi wbea De Soto flret gased ipon that river. Blnks-The doctor advises short, olck runs several times a dayr ut be says the exercise will do e no good unless It baa aa objeot Jinks-Bay a straw bat Yoa'n aave (leaty of abort aalek rune theewHanasa oaaeata ' Pat'a Kconomy. Pnt went to the clerk of the court and obtained a license to marry. In thrco weeks ho appeared there ngnln. "Slmrol" he said, "1 haven't used the license ycr give mo tho wan time." "Well?" "An I ax ye to tnko out the nnmo of Mary Flynn and put In Katie O'Conner In tho pins of it." The clerk explained that this would be Impossible; nothing but a new li censes would be In order. "Bo tho powers, then," said Tat, "I'm In more trouble than lvcr. I only court ed Katie to save mo money on tho license." Three (lender. Tenclier How many genders arc there? Child Three. Masculine, feminine and bloomer. Illustrated Bits. "SBBBBaBl HENRY BONNEFOI, Justice of the Peace 594 SHEFFIELD AVENUE, S RESIDENCE, 1383. North Halsted St., fflff Police Magistrate Sheffield Av. Police Court. NOTARY PUBLIC. Telephone Lake View 35. NOTARY PUILIC. Q. W. HOTALING, Justice of the Peace 3900 STATE STREET. Englewood Office, 6311 Wentworth Ave. Residence, 140 Sixty-fifth Street. All Buslne Intrusted Promptly Attended To. JOHN RICHARDSON, Justice of the Peace 125 South Clark Street. HARRISON STREET POLICE MAGISTRATE. Rssldsnos, 3122 South Park Avanua. A. V. LEE, Mice of the Peace, 3909 Cottage Grove Av. , Rasldenoe, 5440 Oornall Ave. Xetidence, 4518 Sherman Street. J. J. HENNESSY, Justice of the Peace AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Police magistrate Stock Tarda Police Court. 4139 SOUTH HALSTED STREET. M. A. LA BUY, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, 186 Witt Madison St., cor. Halsted. Residence, 581 Milwaukee Ave. LEGAL DOCUMENTS DRAWW. RATOALL1 Justice of 125 SOUTH WM. T. HALL, (POLICE MAGISTRATE,) Justice of the Peace. atotldtnoti 3519 Calumet Ave. Courtroom, J 28 3. Clark St. Telephone) GEORGE KERSTEN, Justice of the Peace, Bmus 1 and 2, 571 Oat 81 OLAF F. SEYEBSOR, Justice of the Peace HfMtf 141 Wilt Mii-lstitSt Tol. Oakland 171 Telephone Tarda the Fiace CLARK ST. Main 8904. WBR, i m ( I'M "ttututfeiti -,MV,