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FOR EAGLE READERS.
News from All Parts of the World
Carefully Selected from the
Press Telegrams.
A Weekly Digest of the Most Important
Facts and Happenings for Busy
Readers.
Tuevlay night thirty num went out to
Wiitorworlt it'IIi No. ;'., .it Cleveland, to
Iicr'ui work on the tunnel toward crib No.
2, two tulle nearer shore. l'"lvo men
nront down the "tool shaft to hetfln 1Ik
rIiii;. At 8 o'clock there vn un cxplo
jIun of c". One lde wn blown out of
lu tteel huft mid water lioured in on
"the men, drowning them like ruts In n
tr.ip. The survivor had no method of
communicating with the whore and no tip
liaratu with which to wive life. They
"blow the crib whistle nil ulsht. but it
wm not till daylight that they attractcil
the nttentkm of a pacing tug. It N sup
Voed that the men digging truck n vein
of ga, which w;i Ignited by n spark
,tnade by n workman'. pick. Heavy Iron
girder and machinery weighing more
than a hundred ton were forced out of
the Hhaft by the explosion. The crib was
.wrecked. Death mut have been lntnn
tiineoit to the workmen In the tunnel,
for their comrades above heard no out
cry. MEETS DEATH ON TRAIN.
John Schmacksr, Before Dying, Say. H.
Wa. Robbed and Beaten,
llofore he died at the South Chicago
Hospital dohn Sehmacker, HI year old,
living at Herllnton, lud., told hU father,
who had been summoned to his bedside,
strange tale of being robbed and thrown
under the wheel of u Haltlmoro and
Ohio excursion train near Itrinon, Ind.,
.lie previous night. The boy told hi
father that two men had robbed him on
the platform of a car while he and Ida
couiln, Jacob, were palng from one car
in another and that, after robbing him
of 80 cent, all he had, they threw him
off the train. Then, the boy Maid, when
Jie attempted to clumber on again, they
kicked him In the head and hu fell be
neath the wheel.
RACE rORTHE PENNANT.
Games Lost and Won by the National and
American Leajue Clubs.
Following I the standing of the club
in the National I-cnuue: .
V. I.. W. L.
rittburg ...nil :t7Itotnn IS Til
Philadelphia JM I'J Cincinnati ...4(1 fill
St. l.oul....r.7 ir.New York... Ill) "
IJrooklyn ...fid -in Chicago ID
(Si
Standing In the American League uro
ns follow:
Chicago .
ltotou ...
Biilllmoro
Detroit ."I
V. !.. W.
..Ill 10 Philadelphia, ft'.'
, .CO III Cleveland ...I'J
, ,M CIWaNhlngton. II
17 Milwaukee ..It.'
ROB MAILS ON DIG SCALE.
Extensive Postofflc. Frauds In Okla
homa Disclosed,
rostofllce Inspector. brought to Kansas
City the other day the unclaimed booty
of long years of systematic mall robbery
In Oklahoma by star route carriers. Nino
of the men concerned In the robberies
have been sent to prison and much of
their plunder has been returned to its
owners. The unclaimed portion, tilling
live big mall sacks, has been sent to the
dead letter olllce. J. 1J. Robertson and
J, It. Ksicx hnvo had the mall currying
contracts on the two star routes out of
El Kcno since lb'JS. The families of
ltohcrtson nnd litsex were Intermarried
and their sons and sonsdn-law served a.
carriers. The routes covered 130 miles
and Hfty-two poitotllces. During tho
Christmas season few persons In the dis
trict supplied by tliec routes received
gift. They were taken out of the mall
by the wholesale, yet no complaint was
sent to tho department. Inspector Frank
Hccbo nnd Inspector .lames I. Slice neat,
among other test articles over the route,
a pair of red mitten, with Slice's name
Inside. The next day Stlco rodo on the
stage with the elder llobertsou nnd saw
pair of red mittens on the hands of
Albert Itobertson, who was to take the
mall from tho stage. That clew revealed
everything. Tho Inspectors beforo they
unit had secured tho conviction of two
Ksexes and seven Ilobertsons, recovered
f.'.'JOO worth of plunder nnd restored
nioit of it to tho owners.
FARMERS SHOT AT FROM AMBUSH.
Mysterious Clique Hiunts Forests of Wood
County, Ohio.
I'our well-dresed men have been wan
dering about through the wood nmj
Hwamps In the vicinity of itlxlng Sun,
Ohio, lately. They have nindu several
iiiiirlc regarding the tlnanclal standing
of vnrloiiK farmers, whether they bank
their money, and similar questions. They
all carry arm. Jacob SclmlU nnd two
other farmers warned them nwny, and a
Jlttle later were fired on from unibuh.
Burglars Rob Indiana Posto'trce.
The potolllce at Andrew. Ind., wa
robbed by burglars and $-70 In cnsh nnd
."5100 in postage stumps were taken, Tho
naft wa blown open by dynamite. The
robbers were discovered by two citizens,
oiu of whom was struck over the head
with the stock of a revolver by one of the
robbers. Further pursuit wa then ulian
lniied, the robber. escaping on u hand
o.i r.
Fire Kills Three Children.
The house of P. Ilyrno nt Ciirrie,
Minn., was completely consumed anil
three children are dead uud a fourth prob
ably dying from burn. The parent
were In the harvest Held nnd the origin
of the lire I unknown.
WILLIAM UaRKY CONVICTED.
Lit. Imprisonment for the North Dakota
Murderer.
William Harry, tho wenlthy Milton
IN. D.) farmer who tried to hang An
drew Mcllcm, his hired man, and then
stabbed him to death, has been found
guilty of murder lit the llrst degreo and
ordered sentenced to life Imprisonment at
Hldinarck. According to Harry's own
story hi unmarried sister had promised
to marry Mellem, but the lntter had jilt
ed her. Tho girl became Insane from
brooding over tTi'o mntter. On the day of
tho murder Harry went to tho barn
where .Mellem wa and told him that he
had ne to kill him. lie had a rope in
hi hands, nnd this ho placed around the
hired mail's lutk and tried to hang him.
Mellem Hindi' such n struggle that Harry
failed. Harry then pulled out hi watch
and told Mellem that he had but fite
nilniiti to llr Mellem knelt and pray
pit. At tiiu xplratloii of the allotted
tlm Unrr; stabbed him to death, Harry's
sister wa afterward taken to uu asy
lum, where she died.
Former Wh'te Cap l.ealer Shot.
Otto l'aiilkcnburg, onro known a tho
"White Cap leader of Perry County, for
which he served live years in the State
prison, was shot, it Is charged, by An
drew I. anion, near Hrnnchvllle, Ind. Tho
deed Is the reiiilt of an old feud.
SIXTY SCHOOL TEACHERS WED.
Couples En Route to Manila Stop at Hon
olula and Marry.
Sixty schoolteachers of tho 100 who
started from Sail Francisco on tho trans
port Thomas to take charge of the
hchools In tho Philippines were married
nt Honolulu. When they departed from
San FrancUco they were utter strangers,
but companionship across tho 1'aeltii'
brought about numerous lovo affairs. Tin.
captain of tho transport steeled his heart
against tho persistent lovers who desired
to be married on tho ocean. Ho would
permit no mnrriages on the boat. When
tho Thomas readied Honolulu a boat
was chartered ami thirty coupled went
ushoro and were married, ouo clergyman
olllchitlug at tho unliiuo ceremony. These
teachers were chosen from various nor
mal universities of tho country to take
up tho work of organizing the Philippine
schools. Their nciualntmico on thi
transport was of less than ten days' du
Firs In Council Bluff.
The freight she!, twenty-fho loaded
mid twenty-live empty freight cars, be
longing to tbu I'n. on Pacific Itallroad,
wore buniisl at the transfer depot of that
runp.iiiy in Council Hluffs, causing n
Ins estimated at nearly 100,000.
K'll?d by Hxphslon of Benzine.
Lightning struck a henrinc tank of the
Atlantic Ui'fltiing Company at Philadel
phia, exploding it. Six persons were
Jjlllod and twont.v-thrcfi missing.
Tornado Wrecks New City.
heavy wind and rain storm swept
through the town of Anudarko, Okla. All
the larger buildings In process of con
htruction were blown down, together with
ii I irgc number of tents ami smaller
Iioihcx. Two person wore killed and
many injured.
Fifteen Years for Bullion Rotter,
.lack Winters, who got nwny with
$:i-JO,(00 in gold bullion from the Selby
Miiclting work, at MartiiH'Z, Cal., und
iifterword confessed, was sentenced to
iiftoeu years at Folsom.
May Corner the Apple Crop.
It It reported that tho Armour of
Chicago are making an effort to corner
the npnUj crop of Maine, and that they
Jiavo set apart for that purposo a fund
of $.1,000,000 and hnvo agents traveling
through tho Stato making offers for the
entire crop.
II. M. Flakier Given Divorce.
Henry M. I'lagler, tho Standard OH
(millionaire, of I'.orlda. has been granted
'.a divorce from his wife, who Is insane.
'Mrs, Flagler hai been an Inmate of a pri
vate sanitarium near New York City for
.the last four years, and Is pronounced Incurable.
RIVERS ARE RACING TORRENTS.
Great Damage Done by Streams In Vol
leys ot Arizona.
Severe storms havo visited soiitlicn
ArUona almost dally for tho past ten
days, llallroads from Sonora and His
bee. connecting with tho Southern Pit
cltlc, arc paralyzed. A largo brldgo w.u
washed nwny near Falrbank on the Ari
zona and Now Mexico ltoad. A bod)
was seen floating down tho river follow'
ed by n buggy. A storm which wus al
most n cyclone visited Tncoii, tearing oil
several roofs and demolishing tho gai
works. All rivers aro raging torrents.
MOLINEUX CASE EXPENSIVE.
Bill tor Printing the Volumoof Testimony
lS7,61!0.
IMward It. Carroll, clerk of tho New
York Court of (leneral Session, has sent
to Compuoller Color a bill for $7,S20 fot
printing tho volume of testimony taken
at tho trial of ltoland H. Molluimx fot
tho killing of Mrs. Kuthcrlno J. Adams.
Tho bills for stenographic work and other
expense connected with tho trial far ex
ceed this expenso of tho mero printing of
tho records of tho case.
Slightly Hurt In r.unawav.
.-senator rairnaiiKs or l milium win
slightly injured In n runaway accident
In .Minneapolis. Tho Senator nnd Dis
trict Attorney H. (5. Kvuns wero out
riding when tho team started to run
awny, and both jumped from the car
riage, leaving tho driver to euro for the
horubs.
Peculiar Death at Qulncy,
Mrs. Wulo McCormlck, aged 70, died
nt Qulncy, 111., under peculiar clrcum
fctnnces. At a recent dinner bIio pricked
ono of hor fingers with a small chicken
bono nnd blood poisoning ensued. Pre
vious to that tho had enjoyed exceptional
health.
Fljhtlnf Near Colon.
A HrltUh steamer brought Hows to
Kingston of heavy fighting between gov
ernment troops and rebels near Colon.
Foreigners wcro lleolng to cicapo pro
scription. Phoenix Htalth Officers Alert.
Arizona has begun a campaign against
tuberculosis, which may finally result in
a strict quarantine against victims ot
pulmonary trouble. Tho city council ot
Phoenix paed ordinances Intended to
provide protection ngnltist Infection from
the thousands of health-seekers who
come to Arizona each year. The plans
submitted by tho health board call for
the providing of cuspidors or proper re
ceptacles on the street crossing nnd In
public park. Tho most Important meas
ure Is the fumigation ot rooms occupied
by Invalids.
LIFE SAVED bY A STrfAW MAT.
St. Louis Boy Falls from a Secontl-Stoiy
Window Upon a Pedestrian.
Frank Kucrz, tho lil-year-old on ot
Mr. nnd Mts. Joseph Kucrz, of St. Louis,
fell, head downward, from n second
story window of the Equitable Hulldlug,
111 fill! tatttnM'flll nli.il. ttt ..ma f..nf lirt.
v uiov-lllimi (IUUIII ItLtVVil ll'-'l "--
low, and escaped Injury, A large, broad
shouldered pedestrian and his straw hat
Interrupted tho boy's Involuntary tumble
and saved him from serious Injury. Tho
body landed on hi shoulder on top ot
the man's straw hat, crushing the hat
and momentarily stunning the man. The
lad slid on to tho sidewalk and was not
otcu bruised. Tho man whose straw
hat saved the boy's life ho not revealed
his Identity. Joseph Kucrz will gladly
buy him a new oiu If ho will come and
announce himself.
FIND BODY OF MISSINO BOY.
Brothers Who Disappeared Supposed to
Have Been Murdered by Old Miner,
Deadwood, S. D., nndvlclnlty arc ex
cited over the finding of a body near
town. W. II. Wnrd, an old miner, live
weeks ago seemed to take n great fancy
to three brothers, Lee, Kirk, and Hurley
Shepherd. He promised Harley, the
youngest, rich gifts. All threo boys uud
deuly disappeared. Hurley later return
ed, but tho others wcro not found.
Searching parties explored Ward's prem
ises. Ward acted strangely nnd then,
disappeared after being told ho would be
lynched If the boys' bodies wero found
on hi promises. A body supposed to bo
that of Kirk Shepherd was found burled
in Ward's potato patch.
RICHEST MAN OF IOWA DEAD.
Edwin Manning. Pioneer. Passes Away at
Keosauqua.
Edwin Manning, tho richest man In
Iown nnd for over half n century the
leading business man of tho Stntc, died
Friday aged 01 years nt hi homo tit
Keosuuqua. He left an estate estimated
nt from $.'1,000,000 to $5,000,000. Tho
story of the accumulation of this wealth
I practically the history of the Stato
from the days ot Hlnck Hawk to the
present. Mr. Manning wns of English
descent, nnd was born In South Coventry,
Conn., Feb. 8, 1810. Ho began llfo nt
Hethuny, Pa., ns n clerk In his uucle'a
store nt $10 a month.
Kurd Slaughter Armenians.
A dispatch from Constantinople says n
body of 100 Kurds has been raiding tho
Dainlzra district of Armenia nnd has de
stroyed twelve villages, leaving nothing
but smoking ruins. Only tho young girls
were spared. They were carried off to
tho harems. All the males wcro ruth
lessly butchered.
Patent Clork Discharged.
Edward V. Shcpard, of Massachusetts,
chief cleric ot tho patent olllce, was sum
marily dismissed nfter nu Investigation
by Commissioner of Patents Duel) nnd
other olllcials in connection with tho dis
appearance ot money contained in un
claimed registered letters returned to tho
otUco.
Bullion Thief Ploids Gulltv.
At Crockett, Cal., John Winters,
charge! with liming robbed the vault ot
the Selby Company of bullion exceeding
?1!SO,000 In value, had hi prellmluury ex
amination nnd pleaded guilty.
Invalid Die on a Train.
William Cherry, aged !!5 years, died
on a Santa Fo train between Topcka and
Kansas City. Ho was on hi way homo
from Itivcrslde, Cal., kliero he had spent
a year trying to regain his health.
Dangerous Kock Blown Up.
Arch Hock, In San Fraiiclsco Hay, wai
blown up by thirty tons of nitrogclntla.
Hocks mid debris were hurled 1,000 feot
in the ah- by the explosion and tunny
fish worn killed.
Mrs. Nation Slappid.
Eugene Foley, of Utlea, N. Y accord
ing to a dispatch, slapped Carrlo Na
tion's fuco on a Thousand Island steam
boat when she attempted to knock a ci
gar from his mouth.
Train and Trolley Car Collide.
Four persons wcro killed and many in
jured by n collision between a' trolley cal
ami n fast malt train at thu -17th street
crossing In Chicago,
Baldwin fxpidltlon Is Well.
A letter from a member ot tho Kald-
win polar expedition has been rocelvod
In Now York. According to tho writer,
every one was well and In good spirits.
Big Tobacco Plant Burned,
Tho J. Wright plant of the Continental
Tobacco Company was burned out at
Hlchnionil, V,
Illinois Politician Arrestoj.
Former Stato lusiiranco Commissioner
Van Cleave was arrested at Springfield,
charged with abstracting state papers.
THE MARKETS.
Chicago Cattle, common to prime,
S.'l.OO to .?,"i,ll,"i: hogs, shipping grades,
S.1.00 to ,(5.:i0j sheep, fair to choice, $11.00
to $1.00; wheat, No. 'J red, 70o to 71c;
corn, No. ', r7o to fiSt:; oats, No. L', iltic
to JISc; rye, No. L Ti7c to fiSe; butter,
choice creamery, ll); to tide; egg, flesh,
J:ic to Me; potatoes, now, $1,10 to 1.15
per htiidiel.
IndiaiuipnlU-Cattle, shipping, $11,00 to
W.7."ii hog, choice light, $1.00 to $.".03j
sheep, common to prime, $!I.IH) to $11.50;
wheat, No, 'J, title to 70c; coin, No. 2
white, Ole to il'.'c; oats, No. ". white, now,
II7e to JISc.
St. I.ouU-Cattle. $:i,'.T, to $5.S0; hogs,
$3.00 to $5.1)5; sheep, $:i.OO to $.'1.(15;
wheat, No. 'J, l!!le to 70e; com, No. 'J,
58c to 59c; oats, No. 1', tlilo to !17c; rye,
No. 'J, iL'e to I ilii-.
Clnclnnatl-Cattle, $:i,00 to $5.'J5j hogs.
$:.00 to $11.00; sheep, $:i,00 to ?bYJ5j
wheat, No. 'J, 7.'le to 71c: corn. No. 2
mixed. Il-V to lUc; oats, No. 1! mixed,
new, !I7i; to ,'ISe; r.e, No, , 5'-'e to Kle.
Detroit Cattle, $-J.50 to $5.'J.V, hog,
$3.00 to $5.75; sheep, .y.'XiO to $3.75;
wheat, No, '', io to 73c; corn, No. '',
yellow, 57c to 5Sej oats, No. i white,
,'ISo to 3!li-; rye, 5Ue to 57e.
Toledo -Wheat, No. 'J mixed, 7L'c to
73c; corn, No. y mixed. Ma to 511c: oats.
No. 1 mixed, 35e to 311c; ryo, No. '1, 57o
to 5Sc; clover seed, prime, $0.35.
Milwaukee Wheat, No. 2 northern,
70o to 71c; corn, No. 3, 57c to 58c;; oats,
No. ' white, 3So to 30c; rye, No. 1, 58c
to 50c; barley, No. 2, 01c to 05c; pork,
mess, $H,30.
HuffaloCattle, choice shipping steers,
$3.00 to $5.80; hogs, fair to prime, $3.00
to $0.'.'0; fcheep, fair to choice, $3.50 to
$3.80; lambs, commou to choice, $1,50 to
$5.05.
New Yoik-Cattle, $3.75 to $5,15; hogs,
$3.00 to $5,05; hhecp, $3.00 to $3.75;
wheat, No. 2 red, 75c to 70c; corn, No. 2,
01c to 02c; oats, No. 2 white, 12c to 13c;
butter, creamery, 18c to 20c; eggs, west
era, lie to 17c.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
of the DIME SAVINGS BANK
Having reeenlly bun appointed rteilver el tht Dim Savlnii link, In Iht Superior Court of Cook County, lo iuceMd Ralph Motealf, roeolvor, I havo m hanl a largo
mount of Root Estate, which I offer lor tale. I attach hereto a complete Hit ol this Real Estate, which I will tell for oath lo (ho highest purchaser, and will promptly close
p latH ef tingle lets or mero. Tho title to all of the property scheduled herewith It such that I can deliver a clear title and an order ol Court will be obtained confirming
Mte. This affords a rare opportunity for bargalnt, tho property being desirable, but It It eenslderod for the best Interests ol those represented to close the property out at
III present values. Offers ean be made by calling on mo, or submitting the tame In writing,
DWIN J. ZIMMIIt, Rejoejlver,
Room 513, Tho Woman's Temple, CHICAW.
Russell's Subdivision of the south half of the southeast frac
tional quarter of Section 8, Township 36 North, Range 15, east
of the 3d P. M.
Lots 33, (south half) si, 34, ac, 36, Block a. Lots in West
Hammond, Cook County, Illinois, 30x133, east front on
Douglas Avenue, between 153d and 153d streets.
Lots 33. 34, 35 36. 37. 38. 4. 4. 4. 55 Block Lots in
West Hammond, west front, 30x133 on Forsythe Avenue,
between 153d and 153d streets.
Lots 3, 37, 38, Block 3. Lots in West Hammond, 30x133.
cast front on Forsythe Avenue, between 153d and 153d .
streets.
Lots 31, 33, 33, 34. 35, 48, 49, 5, S3. S3. 54, 55, 59. , Block
3. Lots in West Hammond, 30x133. west fronton Ingra-
ham Avenue, between 153d and 153d streets.
Lots t6, 17, 18, 19, so, 31, 36, 37, 38, 39, 30, Block 4. Lots
in West Hammond, 30x133, east front on Ingraham Avenue,
between 153d and 153d streets.
Lots 44, 45, 46, 53, S3, 56, 57, south half of 58, Block 4. Lots
in West Hammond, 30x133, west front on Wcntworth Ave
nue, between 153d and 153d streets.
Lots 13, 14, 15, si, 33, Block 5. Lots in West Hammond,
30x133, ca5t fronton Ingraham Avenue, between 153d and
154th streets.
Lots 31, 33, 33, 34, 35, 36. 37, 38, 39, 4, 4 4, 43, 44, 45,
54, 55, 56, 57, 58 59, 6, Block 6. Lots in West Hammond.
30x133, west fronton Ingraham Avenue, between 153d and
154th streets. ,
Lots 50, 51, 53, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, Block 7. Lots in West
Hammond, 30x133, west front on Forsythe Avenue, be
tween 153d and 154th streets.
Lots 39, 40, 41, Block 8. Lots in West Hammond, 30x133,
west front on Douglass Avenue, between 153d and 154th
streets.
Street's Addition to Downer's Grove, in DuPage County,
Illinois, being a Subdivision of 70 acres in the cast 93 rods of
the southeast quarter of Section 5, Township 38 North, Range
11, cast of the 3d P. M.
Lots 4, 5, is, 16, Block ti. Lots 30x133, on Highland Ave
nue, between Gocwey and Fairvicw avenues.
Lots 5, 6, 15, 16, Block is. Lots 30x133, on Prospect Avenue,
between Gocwey and Fairview avenues.
Street's Second Subdivision at East Grove, in DuPage County,
Illinois.
Lot 16, Block 3. Lot 50x150, on Fairview Avenue, between
Maple Avcnuo and Front street.
Jcrnbcrg's Subdivision of Blocks 3, 5, 0, 7, 8, 11, 13, 13, 14,
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 30, 31, 33, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, and Re-subdivision
of Block 4, of Rood & Weston's Addition to Morgan
Park, being a subdivision of the west half of the northeast
quarter, except the north 30 acres, and the cast half of the
northwest quarter, except the north so acres, of Section so,
Township 37 North, Range 14, cast of the 3d P. M.
Lots 1, s, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, is, 13, 14, si, Block 13.
Lots 35x135, in Morgan Park, cast front on Morgan Street,
between Meadow and Weston streets, near 115th Street
nnd P. C. C. & St. L. Ry.
Lots 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 30, 31, 33, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38,
39, 40, 41, 43, 43, in Block 13. Lots 35x135, in Morgan
Park, west front on Carpenter Street, between Meadow
and Weston streets.
Lots 3, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,
Block 15. Lots 35x135, in Morgan Park, cast front on
Aberdeen Street, between Meadow and Weston streets.
Lots 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 30, 3, 3, 33, 34, 35, 3, 37, 38, 39,
40, 41, 43, 43, in Block 15. Lots 35x135, in Morgan Park,
west front on May Street, between Meadow and Weston
streets.
Lot 4, Block 21. Lot 35x135, in Morgan Park, cast front on
Loomis Street, between Weston and Raymond streets.
Lots 6, 7, 8, is, Block 'si. Lots 26x132, in Morgan Park,
south front on Raymond Street, between Aberdeen and
Carpenter streets.
Lots 10, is, 13, 15, Block 33. Lots 36x133, in Morgan Park,
south front on Raymond Street, between Ada and Throop
streets.
Lots 16, 17, 18, Block 33. Lotsssxiss, in Morgan Park, west
front on Ada Street, between Weston and Raymond streets.
Lots 3, 4, Block 37. Lots 35x135, in Morgan Park, east front
on Carpenter Street, between Weston arid Raymond
streets.
Lots 1, s, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, is, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,
19, 20, Block 19. Lots 35x135, in Morgan Park, cast front
on Ada Street, between Meadow and Weston streets.
Lots 25, 36, 37, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39,
40, 41, 42, 43, 44, Block 19. Lots 35x125, in Morgan Park,
west front on Loomis Street, between Meadow and Weston
streets.
Briggs' Subdivision of part of Block rio, Canal Trustees' Sub
division of Section 37, Township 39 North, Range 14, east of
tho 3d P. M.
Lot 3. House and lot, east front on Michigan Avenue, No.
3504 Michigan Avenue.
Colvin's Subdivision of the southeast quarter of the northwest
quartt - of Section 36, Township 38 North, Range 13, cast of
the 3d P. M. .
Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, Block 1. Lots 34x135, north front
on 8 1 st Street, between Sioux and Chippewa avenues.
Lots 14, 15, Block 1. Lots 34x135, east front on Chippewa
Avenue, between 81st and 83d streets.
. Lots 28, 29, 30, Block 1. Lots 24x125, south front on 82d
Street, between Sioux and Chippewa avenues.
Lots 40, 41, Block 1. Lots 24x125, west front on Sioux
Avenue, between 8sd and 83d streets.
Lots 10, u, Block 2. Lots 24x125, north front on 81st
Street, between Sioux and Choctaw avenues.
Lot 14, Block 3. Lot 34x125, east front on Choctaw
Avcnuo, between 81st and 8sd streets.
Lots 26, 37, Block 3, Lqts 24x125, south front on 8sd
Street, between Choctaw and Custer streets.
Lots 6, 7, 8, Block 4. Lots 24x125, north front on 81st
Street, between Custer and Washington streets.
Lot 28, Block 4. Lots 24x125, south front on 82d Street, be-
tween Custar and Washington streets.
Lots 37, 38, 39, 40, Block 4. Lots 34x125, west front on
Washington Street, between 81st and 8 2d streets.
Lots 5, 9, Block 5. Lots 24x135, north front on 83d Street,
between Washington and Custar streets.
Lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 24. a5, Block 5. Lots 24x125, east front
on Custar Street, between 8sd and 83d streets.
Lots 40, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, Block 5. Lots 24x125, west front
on Washington Street, between 83d and 83d streets.
Lots 37, 38, 39, 5, Block 6. Lots 34x125, west front on
Custar Street, between 82d and 83d streets.
Lot 29, 30, 33, Block 7. Lots 2X135, south front on 83d
Street, between Custar street and Choctaw avenue.
Lots 37i 38, 39, 49, 5, Block 7. Lots 34x135, west fronton
Choctaw Avenue, between 83d and 83d streets.
Lots :, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, Block 8. Lots 34x135, north
front on 83d Street, between Sioux and Chipewa avenues.
Lots 13, 13, 16, 17, 22, 23, Block 8. Lots 24x135, east front
on Chipewa Avenue, between 8sd and 83d streets,
Lots 29, 30, 31, 3, 33, 34, Block 8. Lots 24x135, south front
on 83d Street, between Sioux and Chipewa avenues.
M. M, Brown's Addition to Harvey, northeast quarter of
tho northwest quarter of Section ao, Township 36 North, Range
14, east of tho 3d P. M.
Lot 3, Block 3. Lots 35x136, north front on 159th street, be
tween Park and Lexington avenues.
Lots 19, 37, south one-half 26, Block 3. Lots 35x136, east
front on Park avenue, between 159th and 160th streets.
Lots 38, 39, 36, 37, 43, Block 5. Lots 35x136, west front on
Loomis Street, between 160th and 161st streets.
Lots 15, 16, 17, Block 7. Lots 35x136, south fronton 160th
Place, between I. C. R. R. nnd Turlington Avenue.
Lot 16, Block 13 in B. F. Jacobs' Subdivision of Blocks
is and 13 of the Circuit Court Commissioners' Partition of the
northeast quarter of the northwest quarter, and the northwest
quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 31, Township 38
North, Range 15, cast of the 3d P. M.
Lot in Cheltenham, '35x134, west front on Reynolds Avenue,
between 80th and 81st streets.
South 55 feet of Lot 8, Block 4, in D. Mcintosh's Subdivision
of the east half of the north two-thirds of Lot 3, in Wakcman's
Subdivision of the south half of the southeast quarter of Section
t3, Township 39 North, Range 13, east of 3d P. M.
Lot 35x55, west front, near P., C. C. & St. L. R'y, between
Washington Boulevard and Warren Avenue.
Sub-lot 4, Lombard's Subdivision of the north part of Lot 13
of Assessor's Division of Block 1 of Administratrix of R. J.
Hamilton Estate Subdivision, in the east half of the northwest
quarter of Section 18, Township 39 North, Range 14, cast of
3d,P. M.
Building No. 833 West Madison Street. Lot 30.83 x 80.
Jcrnbcrg's Addition to Blue Island, being a Subdivision of
the cast half of the northeast quarter of Section 35, Township
37 North, Range 13, cast of the 3d P. M.
Lot 35, Block 9. Lot 35x135, in Blue Island, west front on
Hanson avenue, between is 1st and i3sd streets.
In Elsdon, John G. Earle's Subdivision, west half of the
northeast quarter of the southwest quarter; also west half of
the east half of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter;
and also west 134 feet, west half of the cast half of the north
cast quarter of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter
of Section 11, Township 38 North, Range 13, east of 3d P. M.
Lot 1, Block 3. House and lot in Elsdon, lot 33x109, south
east corner 51st street and Millard avenue.
Lot 13, Block 3. Lot 35x135, in Elsden, west front on Bon
ncy avenue, between. 51st and 53d streets.
Lot 4, Henry Beck's Central Park Addition to Chicago, a
Subdivision of the south 100 feet of the north 350 feet of the
west 5 acres, lying north of Lake street, of the southeast quar
ter of Section 11, Township 39 North, Range 13, cast of 3d
P.M.
. Lot 35x100, west front on Central Park avenue, between
Lake street and C. & N. W. Ry.
J. W. Marten's Subdivision of the east half of the northeast
quarter of the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter of
Section 18, Township 37 North, Range 14, cast of 3d P. M.
Lots 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 30, 31, 33. Lots 50x133, in Mor
gan Park, west frout on Irving Avenue, between 105th
and 106th streets.
Lots 1 to 43, Block 3, in Hanson Park, a subdivision of the
southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 35, Town
ship 37 North, Range 13, cast of 3d P. M.
Block in Blue Island, between isist Street and isist Place
and Grand and Ogdcn avenues.
Lots 48, 49, Block 44, in Iron Workers' Addition to South
Chicago, a subdivision of the south fractional half of Section 8,
Township 37 North, Rango 15, cast of 3d P. M.
Lots in Colchour, 111., 35x175, west front on Indiana Boule
vard, between 105th and 106th streets.
M. M. Brown's Addition to Harvey, northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter, Section so, Township 36, Range 14.
Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, Block 4. Lots 35x136, north front on
159th street, between Loomis street nnd Lexington
avenue.
Lots is, 16, 18, 19, Block 4. Lots 35x136, cast front on
Lexington avenue, between 159th and 160th streets.
Lots 39, 31, 33, 34. 35. 36, 37, 38, 39, 4, 4 Block 4. Lots
35x136, west fronton Loomis Street, between 160th and
161st streets.
Lots i, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 19, Block 5. Lots 35x136,
east front on Lexington Avenue, between 160th and 161st
streets.
Lots 37, 30, 31, 33, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48,
Block, 5. Lots 35x136, west front on Loomis Street,
between 160th and i6ist streets.
Lots 1, 3, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Block 9, Lots 135x136, east front
on Turlington Avenue, between 160th Place and 161st
Street.
Lots 16, 17, 18, 19, 33, 34, Block 9. Lots 35x136', west front
on Turlington Avenue, between 160th Place and 161st
Street.
Lot 10, Ada Wellington's Subdivision of 1.80 acres north,
and adjoining south 50 rods (cast of C, R. I. & P. R. R.) of
the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 9,
Township 38 North, Rango 14, east of the 3d P. M. No. 4943
Dearborn Street.
Lots 18 and 19, in Block 2, Western Springs Re-subdivision
of part of East Hinsdale of Subdivision of the east half of Sec
tion 6, Township 38 North, Range 13, east of the 3d P. M., to
gether with parts of Sections 31 and 3s, Township 39 North,
Range is, east of the 3d P, M., lying south ot Chicago and
Napervlllo highway and west of the cast line of Section 6,
Township 38 North, Range is.
Lots 35 to 48, in Block 5, in Egerton Adams' Subdivision of
the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 15,
Township 38 North, Range 13, east of the 3d P. M.
Lots 6 and 7, in Block 9, East Hinsdale Subdivision of Sec
tion 6, Township 38, Range is. The north 38 feet of the cast
145 feet of Lot 6, and south 38 feet of the east 145 feet of Lot 7.
L. E. Crandall's Oak Lawn Subdivision of the west half of
the southwest quarter, and part of the cast half of tho south
' west quarter of Section 4, Township 37 North, Rango 13 cast
of the 3d P. M.
Lots 1, 3, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, is, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,
Block 10. Lots 25x125, east front on West 55th street,
between 93d and 93d streets.
Lots 25, 36, 37, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39i
40, 41, 43, 43, 44, 45, 45, 47, 48, Block 10. Lots 35x135.
west front on West 55th street, between 93d and 93d
streets.
Lots 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 4, 4 4, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47,
48, in Block is. Lots 35x135, west front on West 54th
place, between 93d and 93d streets.
In Jcrnbcrg's Subdivision of Blocks 13 and 13 of Street's
Subdivision of the east half of the southwest quarter of Section
17, Township 37 North, Range 14 east of the 3d P. M.
Lots 33, 34, Block 13. Lots 35x134, north front on 109th (ot
Stoner) Court, between Ada Street and Centre Avenue,
Lots 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 43, 43, 44, Block ia, Lots
35x134, Bouth front on zioth Street, between Ada Street
and Centre Avonue,
Lots 1, 3, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, Block 13. Lots 35x134, north front
on 110th Street, between Ada Street arid Centre Avenue.
Lots 38, 39, 30, 31, 33, 33, 36, 37, 38, 43, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47.
48, Block 13. Lots 35x114, south front on 110th Court (or
Spencer Place), between Ada. Street and Centre Avenue, '
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