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THE OHIOAQO EAQH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1 900.
of Our Establishment
aa alAfe mMt iaaartsasJa a Baaaaae
Beats and LawacbM
Clfart ani Tetacee
Reds and Reels
MfMH ami taMles
are Me fewest consistent
I vile eHNM
OhleaBe-letabllehaei I era
George W. Jackson, Inc.
Bridge?, Structural Steel, Machinery, Subways, Tunnels
and Heavy Foundations, Interlocking Steel Sheeting,
Steel Ribs and Lagging
Our Brldg and SimI Worln Co?rln an Art of 274,263 Squtr fat
Snd for our new InUrUchtng Sul Shitting CtUltg
and Sltal Rika and Listing CaUles
OFFICE: ' 175-179 W. Jackson Boulevard
WAREHOUSE: 178-190 Quincy Street
STEEL WORKS: ggI&sjL
of the deep waterway construction law
uud rapid work.
This lh Mirely a great country, when
a Poor man can fall for $10,000,000.
Tlit'ru n ro lucriNiHliiK Indications tlmt
China may liavo to U reformed from
the outsl(li, after all.
Sileutlxtit who Insist that UUsins
conveys germs hae not caused any
noteworthy hlunu i the mlstletoti mar
ket. Probably the most skillful operation
in Cnntro'rt case was IiIh own operation
for tho removal of himself from Vene
zuela. A Pittsburg girl who eJojM'd took her
mother along. This Ih what tho head
lino artist might call a "double trag
edy" for father.
Barring a boy from Yale on account
of marriage hecms llko an unwichsary
thrusting Into conflict of two forms of
the higher education.
Progressive Bonton has giun tho mi-pr-rstltloux
n Jolt by making thirteen
entrances and thirteen exits at tho
main station of Its new subway.
A Pullman official sajs It is tho self
ish who tip tho porter. Then It must
Iki the unselfish who pay him ?'!.' a
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MW JfJV fJl rftfJH
Hardware anal Taals
Mats and Cass
Incubators and Breeders
Jewelry aad fllvarwara
Nats and Salnaa
Pipes and Smokers' Artlclaa
Shirts, Cellars and Cats
Tents and Awnings
Trunks and Suit Cases
IIH the eeality of the erMele
KvCasMffJV MM wTVafl
month, one-half of which must go for
meals on tho road.
Another county lias Bono dry and
Kinperor William announces ho will
uovcr drink ngalu during tho remain
der of Ids llfo. Tho temiwrauco move
ment Is making somo mighty strides.
Homo of the prophets are predicting
that tho Atlantic will lie crossed by
balloon during the present year. If
John V. Gates can bo Induced to bet a
million on It the matter will be set
tled. An organization has been formed to
teach farmers' wives how to cook.
What farmers' wives would really like
to know Is how they can got rid of
about half of the cooking they havo to
That Connecticut man who adver
tised that ho would for .V) cents ro
eal a method of "getting rich quick"
is eligible for membership In tho Ana
nias Club. Ills answer to the people
who forwarded tho prlco demanded
for his recipe was "Work hard."
Socialist candidates for Congress re
ceived votes In 102 districts this year;
Prohibitionists In 102 districts. Tho
strength of tho two parties lies In tho
North and West, for tho South con
tributed only four candidates out of
tho total, two Prohibitionists and two
CORPORATION OF THE CITY,
MAYOR FRED A. BUSSR, ofllco Ttli
floor, 200 Randolph street.
PRIVATE SECRETARY, BERNARD
J. MULLANEY, 7th floor, 200 Ran
CORPORATION COUNSEL, ED
WARD J. BRUNDAGE, 0th floor, 200
CITY ATTORNEY, JOHN R, CAV
ERLY, 822. 110 Monroe street
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC
WORKS, JOHN J. HANBKRG, 7th
floor, 200 Randolph street.
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF
PUBLIC WORKS, PAUL RBDIB8KE,
COMPTROLLER, WALTER H.
WILSON, 0th floor, 200 Randolph
GBN'L. 8UPT. POLICE, GEORGE
M. 8HIPPY, 7th floor, 200 Randolph
F1RH MARSHAL, JAMES HORAN,
1st floor, 200 Randolph, street.
CITY COLLECTOR, ERNWST J.
MAOERSTADT, 1st floor, 70 Fifth
COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH, DR.
W. A. EVANS, Od floor, 210 Madison
COMMISSIONER OF BUILDINGS,
MURDOCK CAMPBELL, 3d floor, 82
INSPECTOR OF OILS, CHARLES
W. ANDREWS, 000, 07 Wabash ave
nue. GAS INSPECTOR, WILLIAM B.
BURKE, 3d floor, 70 Fifth avenue.
CITY SEALER, JOHN KJELLAND
ER, 0th floor, 110 Market street.
CITY ELECTRICIAN, WILLIAM
CARROLL, 4th floor, 70 Fifth avenue.
CITY PHYSICIAN, L. BLAKE
BALDWIN, 72 Madison street.
CITY CLERK, JOHN R. McCABE,
2d floor, 70 Fifth avenue.
CITY TREASURER, JOHN E.
TRAEGER, 2d floor, 70 Fifth avenue.
SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS,
MICHAEL J. DOHERTY, 7th floor, 200
WATER DEPARTMENT, WILLIAM
J. McCOURT, Supt, 1st floor, 80 La
BOARD OF CIVIL SERVICE COM
MISSIONERS, 4th floor, 200 Randolph
street President, Elton Lower; Sec
retary, Vernon L. Bean; Commission
era, Elton Lower,1 Michael L. McKlnley
and Hiram D. Fargo.
BOARD OF ELECTION COMMIS
SIONERS, bank floor, Itand-McNally
building. President, John O, Cannon;
Secretary, Thomas F. Judge ; Members,
Abel A. Bach, John G. Cannon, Thomas
F. Judgo; Chief Cleric, Isaac N. Pow
ell ; Attorney, Frank D. Ayres.
BOARD OF ' LOCAL IMPROVE
MENTS, 3d floor, 200 Randolph street.
Members, Cbauncey Dewey, II. S,
Dietrich, J. Mlnwcgen, C. A. V. Stand
lsh and Felix Nordcn.
CITY ARCHITECT, C. II. HER
MAN, 0th floor, 110 Randolph street.
All offices In county bull Mug.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS
SIONERS. President, William Bubso;
Superintendent Public Service, William
McLaren; Attorney, H. S. Duncombo;
Commissioners, William Busse, Louis
II. 'Mack, Joseph Carolan, Alfred Van
Stccnbcrg, August C. Boeber, Max
Blumcnfcld, Carl R. Chlntlblom, Joseph
M, Dennis, Joseph J. Ellas, Alfred G.
Lanlo, Walter Schrojda, William O.
Hartray, William J, Umbacb, Oscar
COUNTY COMPTROLLER AND
CLERK to Board of Commissioners:
Joseph F. Haas; Deputy Comptroller
James Monagban; Chief Clork, E. J.
BOARD OF REVIEW: President,
Roy O. West; Members, Roy O. West,
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JOHN M. 8MYTH,
Leading Merchant and Public-Spirited Citizen.
The CMr Council.
FRED A. BUSSE, Mayor.
JOHN R. McCABE, City Clerk.
1st Ward Michael Kcnna, D., 270
Clark street, Harrison 372. John J.
Cougblln, D., 125 La Salle street, Main
2d Ward Geo. F. Harding, Jr., R.,
10S Washington street, Main 3304.
Thomas J. Dixon, R., 200 0th avenue,
3d Ward Milton J. Foreman, R.,
Chi. T. & T. bldg., Central 771. Wm.
J. Prlngle, R., 723 184 La Salle street
Main 2466. '
4th Ward John W. McNeal, D., 2807
Archer avenue, Yarda 741. John A.
Rlchert, D., 2603 South Halstcd street
0th Ward Alex. J. Burke, R., 3020
South Marshflcld avenue. William J.
McKcmin, It., 3837 Archer avenue.
0th Ward Linn II. Young, It., 1121
Ft Dearborn bldg., Central 400. Ar
thur B. McCold, It., 810 122 Mouroo
street, Central 707.
7th Ward Frank I. Bennett, R., 818
Chamber of Commerce, Main 4014.
Bernard W. Snow, It., 1448 Marquctto
bldg., Central 1872.
8th Ward P. II. Moynlhnn, R., 710
02d place, -Bouth Chicago 403. John II.
Jones, R., 0113 Commercial avenue,
South Chicago 402.
0th Ward Dennis J. Egan, D., 830
Chicago Opera House bHc., Main 4730.
Henry L. Flck, D 38 West 12th street,
10th Ward Thomas F. Scully, D.,
100 Washburuo avenue, Canal 2070.
Rudolph Hurt, D., 037 Bluo Island
11th Ward E. F. Cullerton, D., 011
07 Clark street, Central 0300. Otto J.
Novak, R., 012 South Robey street,
12th Ward Michael Zlmmer, D.,
1047 West 21st place, Caual 720. Jo
seph Z. Uhllr, R., 814 07 Clark street,
13th Ward Arthur W. Fulton, R.,
1103 Ashland blk., Central 4308. James
E. Evans, R., 301 South Campbell are
uuc, Seeley 4440.
14th Ward James II. Lawlcy, R.,
051 West .Chicago avenue, Humboldt'
7043. Chas. J. Lucas, R., 013 Fulton
street, Ogden 6224. '
10th Ward Herman F. Krugcr, D.,
110 North Mozart, Humboldt 400. Al
bert W. Bellfuss, R., 448 Milwaukee
avenue, Monroe 3.10.
10th Ward Stanley II. Kunz, D.,
0S5 Noblo street, Monroo 2000. Frank
W. Kornlcskl, D 701, 132 Clark street,
17th. Ward Lewis D. Sitts, R., 440
Grand nvcmio, Monroo 4355. WJllhun
E. Dover, D., 50, 70 La Snllo street,
IStli Ward John J. Brennan, D., 180
West Madison street. Michael C. Con-
Fred W. Upham, Florus D. Meacham:
Chief Clerk, Frank A. Vogler.
BOARD OF ASSESSORS: Presl
dent, Adam Wolf; Secretary, William
II. Weber; Chief Clerk, William Kings
ley; members of the board, Adam
Wolf, William II. Weber, A. W. Mil
ler, Walter E. Schmidt and Oscar
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION:
President, Christopher F. Hnf nor ; Sec
retary, Charles D. Gnstflcld; members,
Charles D, Gastfleld, C. F. Hafnor, ami
Charles F. Mason.
STRA8SIIEIM; Assistant Sheriff,
Henry Spears; Chief Deputy, Charles
COUNTY CLERK: JOSEPH F.
HAAS; Chief Deputy, Frank L. Fas-deloup.
Ion, D 381 West Madison street, Mon
10th Ward Jolm Powers, D., 70
Macallster place, Monroe 1215. James
B. Bowler, D., 400 West Taylor street,
20th Ward John P. Stewart, R., 120
Adams street, Harrison 2111. Nicholas
R. Finn, D., 818 Reaper blk., Central
21st Ward Francis W. Taylor, R.,
247 Monudnock bldg., Harrison 203.
Charles M. Foell, R., 803 Atwood bldg.,
22d Ward Arthur Josetti, R 220
East North avenue, Lincoln 1310. B. F.
Clettenberg, R., 101 La Salle street,
23d Ward Jacob A. Hey, R., 024
North Halstcd street Lincoln 042. Fred
A. Britten, It., 1010, 740 Dearborn, Cen
24th Ward Albert Hahne, R., 781
Clybourn avenue, Lincoln 2100. Her
man G. Redwanz, R., 113 Fullerton
avenue, Lincoln 1410.
25th Ward Wlnffeld P. Dunn, R.,
420 La 8allo street, Harrison 7230.
Chns. M. Thomson, Iud., N. Y. Life
bldg., Central 5003.
20th Ward William F. Llpps, R.,
522, 35 Randolph street Central 0777.
Peter Relubcrg, D., 3405 North Robey
street, Edgewatcr 07.
27th Ward Henry J. Slewert, R.,
1331 Armltago avenue, Humboldt 1370.
James F. Clancy, It., 1577 North Troy
street, Humboldt 4107.
28th Ward F. D. Connery, D., 1023
North Washtenaw avenue, Humboldt
0887. Wm. H. Blcncoe, R. 838 Hum
boldt boulevard, Humboldt 0103.
20th Ward John Downey, D., 0043
South Hermitage avenue, Yards 4837.
John Golomblewskl, R., 1810 West
48th street, Yards 4810.
30th Ward Michael Mclnerney, D
4541 Lowo avenue, Yards 2053. John
Burns, It., 0438 Union avenue, Yards
31st Ward Patrick J. O'Connell, D.,
0058 Normal avenue, Wentworth 4508.
William J. Roberts, R 0044 Peoria
street, Wentworth 4400.
32d Ward Albert J. Fisher, R., 208
100 La Sallo street, Ceutral 1003. Ho
mer B. Tlnsman, R., 007 84 La Salle,
33d Ward William C. Hunt, R., 1244
Otth street, Burnsldo 324. Ernest
Blhl, It., 11038 South Halstcd street,
West Pullman 2172.
31th Ward Joseph F. Kohout, D.,
010 Chicago Opera House bldg., Main
3810. Patrick J. Nolau, D., 1070 West
Madison street, Kedzlo 313.
35th Ward Frank L. Race, R., 0710
Ontario street, Austin 1102. Chas. J.
Forsberg, R., 2583 West Superior
street, Austin 4042.
William II, Brown, Sergcant-at-Arms.
RECORDER OF DEEDS: ABEL
DAVIS; Chief Deputy, John V. Clin
nln ; Chief Clerk, Leopold A. Dunne.
REGISTRAR OF TITLES: (Torrens
System): ABEL DAVIS; Exnmlnors,
Charles G. Little, Charles T. Farson;
Deputy, John P. Carney ; Advisory Ex
aminer, John S. Miller.
COUNTY TREASURER: JOHN R.
THOMPSON ; Assistant Treasurer, Ed
ward J, Werner; Chief Clerk, K. E.
CORONER: PETER M. HOFFMAN;
Chief Deputy, David R. Jones; Phy
sician, Dr. Warren H. Hunter; Assist
ant Physicians, Dr. II. G. W. Rein
hardt, and Dr. Otto W. Lewke.
COUNTY SURVEYOR: II. I EM
ERSON. JURY COMMISSIONERS; William
A, Amberg, John J, Holland and James
A. McLane;'Clerk, Roawell H. Mason,
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old, mining was discountenanced be
cause It was believed that demons came
out of boles In the ground; but the
new China, grown wiser, perceives flint
tho only appearances are the beneficent
sprites of wealth and prosperity.
The general express business of tho
country Is controlled by six companies,
although the Bureau of tho Census re
ports thirty-four such companies In op
eration. This Is largely owing to tho
fact tbat the six big companies are all
that do business in more than ten
States. Nineteen companies do busi
ness In one Stato only. Tho companies
opernto on friendly terms with the rail
roads, and agree to chargo at least 50
per cent more than the freight rato on
all articles. Indeed, tho railways are
part owners of somo of tbe Independ
ent express companies. This partner
ship arrangement may ultimately re
sult In tho absorption of the express
companies by tho railroads themselves
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