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PROCEEDINGS 



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MUNICIPAL YEAR 1893 AND 1894, 



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APRIL I7TH, 1893, TO APRIL 4TH, 1894, INCLUSIVE. 



CHICAGO 
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LIST OF 



^JVIAYORS, CITY CLERKS, CITY ATTORNEYS, CITY 



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TREASURERS AND ALDERMEN 



OF THE — 



CITY OF CHICAGO 



From its Incorporation March 4, 1837, to April 4, 1894. 



i§3r. 

Mayor— WM. B. OGDEN. 

City Clerk— I. N. ARNOLD, *GEO. DAVIS. 

City Attorney — N. B. JUDD. 

City Treasurer— HIRAM PEARSONS. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — I. C. Goodhue, Hiram Pearsons. 

Second Ward — Francis C. Sherman, Peter Bolles. 

Third Ward— John D. Caton. Entitled to one only until 1839. 

Fourth Ward — John S. C. Hogan, Asahel Pierce. 

Fifth Ward— Francis C. Taylor. Entitled to one only until 1839. 

Sixth Ward — Bernard Ward, Samuel Jackson. 

*I. N. Arnold resigned and George Davis was appointed to fill the vacancy in October, 1837. 



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MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



1§3§. 

Mayor— BUCKNER S. MORRIS. 
City Clerk— GEORGE DAVIS. 
City Attorney— N. B. JUDD. 
City Treasurer— HIRAM PEARSONS. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— Eli B. Williams, E. A. Haddock. 

Second Ward— J. S. C. Hogan, James Curtis. 

Third Ward— John D. Caton. Entitled to one only until 1839. 

Fourth Ward— Francis C. Taylor, Asahel Pierce. 

Fifth Ward— Henry L. Rucker. Entitled to one only until 1839. 

Sixth Ward— Geo. W. Dole, Grant Goodrich. 



1§39. 

Mayor— B. W. RAYMOND. 
City Clerk— WM. H. BRACKETT. 
City Attorney— SAMUEL L. SMITH. 
City Treasurer— GEO. W. DOLE. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Jas. A. Smith, Oliver H. Thompson. 
Second Ward— Eli S. Prescott, Clement C. Stose. 
Third Ward— Wm. H. Stow, Ira Miltimore. 
Fourth Ward— Asahel Pierce, John Murphy, Jr. 
Fifth Ward— H. L. Rucker, John C. Wilson. 
Sixth Ward— John H. Kinzie, B. S. Morris. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1§40. 

Mayor— ALEXANDER LOYD. 

City Clerk— THOMAS HOYNE. 

City Attorney— MARK SKINNER. 

City Treasurer— WALTER S. GURNEE, *N. H. BOLLES. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Julius Wadsworth, Orsemus Morrison. 
Second Ward — Augustus Garrett, James Carney. 
Third Ward — John Gage, Ira Miltimore. 
Fourth Ward— Seth Johnson, William O. Snell. 
Fifth Ward— H. L. Rucker, William Allen. 
Sixth Ward— Wm. B. Ogden, R. J. Hamilton. 



*W. S. Gurnee resig-ned, and N. H. BoJles was appointed to fill the vacancy in April. 



1§41. 

Mayor— F. C. SHERMAN. 
City Clerk— THOMAS HOYNE. 
City Attorney— GEO. MANIERRE. 
City Treasurer— N. H. BOLLES. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Chas. Follansbee, John Davlin. 
Second Ward — Peter Page, Jason McCord. 
Third Ward— Ira Miltimore, Wm. H. Stow. 
fourth Ward— Wm. Otis Snell, G. W. Rogers. 
Fifth Ward— H. L. Rucker, Samuel Grier. 
Sixth Ward— Geo. F. Foster, Jas. H. Howe. 



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MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



1843. 

Mayor— BENJAMIN W. RAYMOND, 
City Clerk— J. CURTIS. 
City Attorney— HENRY BROWN. 
City Treasurer— F. C. SHERMAN. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— N. B. Judd, John Calhoun. 
Second Ward— Caleb Morgan, Chas. McDonnell. 
Third Ward— Hamilton Barnes, Alson S. Sherman. 
Fourth Ward— Daniel Elston, Eben C. Chaloner. 
Fifth Ward— George Brady, Edward Carroll. 
Sixth Ward— Geo. O. Bryan, George W. Dole. 



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1§43. 

Mayor— AUGUSTUS GARRETT 

City Clerk— JAMES M. LOWE. 

City Attorney— GEO. MANIERRE, * HENRY BROWN, 

City Treasurer— W. S. GURNEE.- 



aldermen. 

First Ward— Hugh T. Dickey, Cyrenus Beers. 
Second Ward— Chas. Sauter, Jason McCord. 
Third Ward— Azel Peck, Chas. Taylor. 
Fourth Ward— John Murphy, Wm. S. Warner. 
Fifth Ward— John Cruver, Samuel Grier. 
Sixth Ward— J. Marback, Geo. W. Dole. 



♦Geo. Manierre resigned in July 1843 and Henry Brown was appointed to fill the vacancy; 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



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Mayor — 



li44 



\ ^AUGUSTUS GARRETT. 



] *ALSON S. SHERMAN. 
City Clerk— E. A. RUCKER. 
City Attorney— HENRY W. CLARKE. 
City Treasurer— \V. S. GURNEE. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward- -John P. Chapin, Asher Rossiter. 

Second Ward— Samuel W. Tallmadge, Wm. Wheeler. 

Third Ward— *Geo. Davis, *Ira Miltimore, ^Hamilton Barnes. 

Fourth Ward— *Jolin Murphy, Jr., *Jas. Poussard, *Asahel Pierce. 

Fifth Ward— *Thos. Brown, *Elihu Granger, ^Patrick Kain. 

Sixth Ward— B. S. Morris, Michael Diversey, fJames H. Rees. 

*The election of Mayor and Aldermen of the Third, Fourth and Fifth wards was contested 
and declared illegal. A new election was ordered for said oflBces, to be held April 2, 1844, at 
which time A. S. Sherman was elected Mayor, vice Aug. Garrett; Ira Miltimore and Hamilton 
Barnes, aldermen Third ward, vice Geo. Davis and Ira Miltimore; John Murphy, Jr., Asahel 
Pierce, Aldermen of the Fourth ward, vice John Murphy, Jr., and Jas. Poussard; and Thomas 
Brown, and Patrick Kain, Aldermen of the Fifth ward, vice Thomas Brown and Elihu Granger . 

t Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of B. S. Morris, 



1S45. 

Mayor— AUGUSTUS GARRETT. 

City Clerk— EDWARD A. RUCKER, *WM. S. BROWN. 

City Attorney— HENRY W. CLARKE. 

City Treasurer— WM. L. CHURCH. 



aldermen. 

First Ward — J. Young Scammon, Thomas Church. 
Second Ward— Robert P. Hamilton, Jas. H. Woodworth. 
Third Ward— Francis Edwards, Francis H. Taylor. 
Fourth Ward — Asahel Pierce, Thomas McDonough. 
Fifth Ward — EUhu Granger, Samuel Grier. 
Sixth Ward— Mahlon D. Ogden, Richard C. Ross. 



♦Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of E. A . Rucker. 



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MUNlCirAL OFFlOEK^s. 



1846. 

Mayor— JOHN P. CHAPIN. 

City Clerk— HENRY B. CLARKE. 

City Attorney— CHARLES H. LARRABEE. 

City Treasurer— WILLIAM L. CHURCH 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Geo. Manierre, Levi D. Boone. 
Second Ward— N. H. Bolles, Andrew Smith. 
Third Ward— Michael Kehoe, Jas. Curtiss. 
Fourth Ward— Henry Magee, Joseph Wilson. 
Fifth Ward— Samuel Grier, Elihu Granger. 
Sixth Ward-Richard C. Ross, Wm. M, Larrabee. 



i§4y. 

Mayor— JAMES CURTISS. 
City Clerk— HENRY B. CLARKE. 
- City Attorney— PATRICK BALLINGALL. 
City Treasurer— ANDREW GETZLER. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward-Jas. H. Woodworth, Peter L. Updike. 

Second Ward-Levi D. Boone, Isaac Speer. 

Third Ward-B. W. Raymond, J. Brinkerhoff . 

Fourth Ward-Robert F. Foss, Chas. McDonnell. 

Fifth Ward-Thomas James, John Sheriffs. 
Sixth Ward-Asahel Pierce, Henry Smith. 
Seventh Ward-Elihu Granger, Charles Sloan. 
Eighth Ward-Wm. B. Snowhook, James Lane. 
Ninth Ward-Wm. B. Ogden. MichapT McDonald. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



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1§4$. 

Mayor— JAMES H. WOODWORTH. 
City Clerk— SIDNEY ABELL. 
City Attorney— GILES SPRING. 
City Treasurer— WM. L. CHURCH. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— Edward Manierre, Peter L. Updyke. 
Second Ward— Henry L. Rucker, Isaac Speer. 
Third Ward— William Jones, J. Brinkerhoff. 
Fourth Ward— Robert H. Foss, Charles McDonnell. 
Fifth Ward — John C. Haines, Thomas James. 
Sixth Ward— Asahel Pierce, Henry Smith. 
Seventh Ward— Peter Turbot, Charles Sloan. 
Eighth Ward— William B. Herrick, James Lane, 
Ninth Ward— Samuel McKay, Michael McDonair;. 

l§49. 

Mayor— JAMES 11. WOODWORTH. 

City Clerk— SIDNEY ABELL. 

City Attorney— O. R. W. LULL. 

City Treasurer— AVILLIAM L. CHURCH. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Peter Page, R. C. Bristol, *James Carney. 

Second Ward — George W. Snow, H. L. Rucker. 

Third Ward — W. H. Adams, William Jones. 

Fourth Ward— A. G. Throop, R. H. Foss. 

Fifih Ward — E H. Chapin, John C. Haines, f A. S. Sherman. 

Sixth Ward — Daniel Richards, Asahel Pierce, :j:G. W. Wentwortli. 

Seventh Ward — George Brady, Peter Turbot, §Elihu Granger. 

Eighth Ward — H. R. Payson, William B. Herrick. 

Ninth Ward — F. C Hageman, Samuel McKay, **R. J. Hamilton. 



^Elected to fill vacancy caused by resisrnation of R. C. Bristol. 
tElected to fill vacancy caused by resig-nation of E. H. Chapin. 
$Elec^d to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Asahel Pierce 
§Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Peter Turbot. 
**Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel McKay, 



X , MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1850. 

Mayor— JAMES CURTISS. 
City Clerk— SIDNEY ABELL. 
City Attorney— HENRY H. CLARK. 
City Treasurer— EDWARD MANIERRE. 

ALDjEIIMEN. 

First Ward— Peter Page, James Carney, *A. Loyd. 

Second Ward— I. L. Milliken, Geo. W. Snow. 

Third Ward— S. J. Sherwood, W. H. Adams. 

Fourth Ward— R. H. Foss, A. G. Throop. 

Fifth Ward— John C. Haines, A. S. Sherman. j 

Sixth Ward— G. W. Wentworth, Daniel Richards, |E. G. Meek. I 

Seventh Ward— Elihu Granger, George Brady. 

Eighth Ward— John C. Dodge, Geo. F. Foster. 

Ninth Ward— R. J. Hamilton, F. C. Hageman. 



*E. B. Williams was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resig-nadon of James Carney as 
Alderman of the First Ward, instead of A. Loyd. Mr. Loyd was elected In June, 1850, to" the 
seat formerly held by George W. Snow as Alderman of the Second Ward. 

TElected to fill vacancy caused by the death of G. W. Wentworth. 

1851. 

Mayor— WALTER S. GURNEE. 
City Clerk— HENRY W. ZIMMERMAN. 
City Attorney— HENRY H. CLARK. 
City Treasurer— EDWARD MANIERRE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — John Sears, Jr., Peter Page. 
Second Ward— Hugh Maher, I. L. Milliken. 
Third Ward— Wm. Wheeler, S. J. Sherwood. 
Fourth Ward— A. G. Throop, R. H. Foss. 
Fifth Ward— J. L. James, John C. Haines. 

Sixth Ward- -i !?^^^^^^^^^^' ^t^'l^- Williams 
( f James M. Hannah, :j:Henry Smith. 

Seventh Ward— Chas. E. Moore, Elihu Granger. 

Eighth Ward— Robert Malcolm, John C. Dodge. 

Ninth Ward— F. C. Hageman, W. L. Newbury. 



* Declared ineligible to hold the office. 

t Elected to fill vacancy caused by ineligibility of Daniel Elston. 

% James M. Hannah resigned, and Henry Smith elected to fill vacancy. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. XI 

1§52. 

Mayor— WALTER S. GURNEE, 

City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN . 

City Attorney— ARNO VOSS. 

City Treasurer— EDWARD MANIERRE, 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Eli B. Williams, John Sears, Jr. 

Second Ward— I. L. Milliken, Hugh Maher. 

Third Ward— O. J Rose, W illiam Wheeler. 

Fourth Ward— Charles McDonnell, A. G. Throop. 

Fifth Ward— .fohn C. Haines, J. L. James. 

Sixth Ward— *Thomas B. Dwyer, *A. C. EUithorpe, Henry Smith 

Seventh Ward— Ezra Taylor, Charles E. Moore. 

Eighth Ward— Andrew J. Brown, Robert Malcol-a. 

Ninth Ward— John H. Kinzie, W. L. Newberry, fHenry A. Mitchell. 



*The election of A. C EUithorpe was contested by T. B. Dwyer. A new election was ordered 
and Dwyer was elected after EUithorpe had occupied the seat one month. 
tElected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of W. L. Newberry. 

1§53. 

Mayor— CHARLES M. GRAY. 

City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN. 

City Attorney— ARNO VOSS. 

City Treasurer— EDWARD MANIERRE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— A. D. Taylor, Eli B. Williams. 
Second Ward— John Evans, I. L. Milliken. 
Third Ward— J. H. Gray, O. J. Rose. 
• Fourth Ward— William Kennedy, Charles McDonnell. 
Fifth Ward— Willliam H. Scoville, John C. Haines. 
Sixth Ward— William Carpenter, Thomas B. Dwyer. 
Seventh Ward— Michael O'Neil, Ezra Taylor, *Maurice Evans. 
Eighth Ward— Francis A. Hoffman, Andrew J. Brown. 
Ninth Ward— Henry A. Mitchell, John H. Kinzie. 



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*Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ezra Taylor. 



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^^^ MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1§54. 

Mayor— IRA L. MILLIKEN. 

City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN. 

City Attorney— PATRICK BALLINGALL. 

City Treasurer— URIAH P. HARRIS. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Eli B. Williams, A. D. Taylor. 

Second Ward— L. D. Boone, John Evans. 

Third Ward— Wm. L. Church, J. H. Gray. 

Fourth Ward— J. C. Outhet, Wm. Kennedy, *Robt. H. Foss. 

Fifth Ward— J. D. Ward, Wm. H. ScoviUe. 

Sixth Ward— Wm. Wayman, Wm. Carpenter. 

Seventh Ward— EUhu Granger, Michael O'Neil. 

Eighth Ward— Wm. H. Stickney, Francis A. Hoffman. +B. W. Thomas. 

Mnth Ward— ^Morgan L. Keith, Henry A. Mitchell 



+i^°*^^ *° Ff ^'^cancy caused by death of Wm . Kennedy, 
T^leeted to fiJl vacancy caused by resignation of F. A. Holfmar 
?liesigned September 18 and re-elected September 28. 

1§55. 

Mayor— LEVI D. BOONE. 
City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN. 
City Attorney— J. A. THOMPSON. 
City Treasltier— WM. F. DeWOLF. 

ALDEKilEIsr, 

First Ward— Sylvester Sexton, Eli B. Williams, *James Long. 

Second Ward— R. M. Hough, Thomas Allen. 

Third Ward— Lorenzo Fletcher, Wm. L. Church. 

Fourth Ward— Wm. Colby, J. C. Outhet. 

Fifth Ward— C. N. Holden, J. D. W^ard. 

Sixth Ward— A. C. Ellithorpe, Wm. Wayman. 

Seventh Ward— James L. Howe, Elihu Granger. 

Eighth Ward— Samuel Ashton, Wm. H. Stickney, fStepheTi D. La Rub. 

Ninth Ward— Samuel McKay, Morgan L. Keith. 



^Elected to fill vacancy caused by resisnation of Eli B. Williams. 
tElected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Wm. H. Stickney 



MUNICIPAL OFFICEIiS. XIII 

1§56. 

Mayor— THOMAS DYER, 
City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN. 
City Attorney — J. L. MARSH. 
City Treasurer— O. J. ROSE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — James Long, Sylvester Sexton. 

Second Ward— Lucius A. Willard, Thomas Allen, *Oweu Kendall, 

Third Ward— Calvin De WoK, Lorenzo Fletcher. 

Fourth Ward— Samuel Myers, Wm. Colby. 

Fifth Ward— RusseU Green, C. N. Holden. 

Sixth Ward— Henry Greenbaum, A. C. Ellithorpe. 

Seventh Ward — John Dempsey, James L. Howe. 

Eighth Ward— S. D. La Rue, Sam'l Ashton, f Conrad L. Niehoff , 

Ninth Ward — Michael Diversey, Samuel McKay. 



* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resig-natlon of Thos. Allen, 
t Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ot S. Asiiton. 

1857. 

Mayor— JOHN WENTWORTH. 

City Clerk— H. KREISMAN. 

City Attorney— JOHN C. MILLER. 

City Treasurer— C. N. HOLDEN. 
aldermen. 
First Ward — Wm. Bross, James Long. 
Second Ward— O- Kendall, L. A. Willard, *Jacob Harris, 
Third Ward — Hiram Joy, Calvin De Wolf. 
Fourth Ward — J, M. Kennedy, Samuel Myers. 
Fifth Ward — Artemas (''arter, Russell Green. 
Sixth Ward — Geo. Sitts, Henry Greenbaum. 
Seventh Ward — John Dunlap, John Dempsey 
Eighth Ward — Christian Wahl, S. D. La Rue. 
Ninth Ward — Phihp Conley, Michael Diversey. 
Tenth Ward — Dennis Coughlin, J. Schmidt. 

♦Elected to fill vacancy causec. T:y resignation ^f L. A. Willard. 



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1§5§. 

Mayor— JOHN C. HAINES. 
City Clerk— H. KREISMANN. 
City Attorney— ELLIOTT ANTHONY. 
City Treasurer— ALONZO HARVEY. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— James Long, Wm. Bross. 

Second Ward— Chas. H. Abbott, O. Kendall, *Smith McCleve^ 

Third Ward— Levi J. North, Hiram Joy. 

Fourth Ward— Samuel Myers, J. M. Kennedy. * 

Fifth Ward— Jasper D. Ward, Artemas Carter. 

Sixth Ward— John Van Horn, Geo. Sitts. 

Seventh Ward— Henry Wendt, John Dunlap. 

Eighth Ward— Andrew Wright, Christian Wahl. 

Ninth Ward— Ben j. Carpenter, Philip Conley. 

Tenth Ward— Andrew Enzenbacher, Dennis CoughJin. 



♦Elected to flJl vacancy caused by resigrnation of O. Kendall. 

1859. 

Mayor— JOHN C. HAINES. 
City Clerk— H. KREISMANN. 
City Attorney— GEO. F. CROCKER. 
City Treasuber— ALONZO HARVEY 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — J. K. Botsford, James Long. 
Second Ward — Jacob Harris, Chas. H. Abbott. 
Third Ward — Fernando Jones, Levi J. North. 
Fourth Ward— J. M. Kennedy, Samuel Myers. 
Fifth Ward— L. B. Taft, Jasper D. Ward. 
Sixth Ward— C. A. Reno, John Van Horn. 
Seventh Ward— John Alston, Henry Wendt. 
Eighth Ward— C. Wahl, Andrew Wright. 
Ninth Ward— J. A. Huck, Benj. Carpenter. 
Tenth Ward — John Comiskey, Andrew Enzenbacher 



MUNICIPAL OEPICERS. XV 

1860. 

Mayor— JOHN WENTWOETH. 

City Clerk— ABRAHAM KOHN. 

City Attorney— JOHN LYLE KING. 

City Treasurer— ALONZO HARVEY, *CHAS. H. HUNT. 

ATiDEBMEK. 

First Ward— Wm. Colby, J. K. Botsford. 
Second Ward— Jas. M. Marshall, Jacob Harris. 
Third Ward— Hiram Joy, Fernando Jones. 
Fourth Ward— Samuel M^ers, I. M. Kennedy. 
Fifth Ward— Robert H. Foss, L. B. Taft. 
Sixth Ward— James W. Cobb, C. A. Reno. 
Seventh Ward— Gurden S. Hubbard, John Alston. 
Eighth Ward— Redmond Prindiville, C. Wahl. 
Ninth Ward— Gurden Perkins, J. A. Huck. 
Tenth Ward— Malcolm McDonald, John Comiskey. 



*A. Harvey resigned December 34, and 0. H. Hunt was appointed to fill the vacancy. 

1§61. 

Mayor— JULIAN S. RUMSEY, 
City Clerk— A. J. MARBLE. 
City Attorney— IRA W. BUEL. 
City Treasurer— W. H. RICE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— J. K. Botsford, Wm. Colby. 
Second Ward— J. Q. Hoyt, Jas. M. Marshal. 
Third Ward— A. D. Titsworth, Hiram Joy. 
Fourth Ward— Wm. Baragwanath, Samuel Myers. 
Fifth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Robert H. Foss. 
Sixth Ward— Ed. S. Salomon, Jas. W. Cobb. 
Seventh Ward— *Alonzo Harvey, Gurden S. Hubbard. 
Eighth Ward— W. G. White, Redmond Prindiville. ^ 
Ninth Ward— Robert Law, Gurden Perkins. 
Tenth Ward— John Comiskey, Malcolm McDonald. 



* At the election held Aprilie, 1861, 625 votes were cast for Andrew Harvey, 568forAlonzo 
Harvey, and 1,147 for John H. Peck. April 32, 1861, the Council declared Andrew Harvey 
elected. This vote was afterward reconsidered and Alonzo Harvey declared elected June it. 



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MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



Mayor— F. C. SHERMAN. 

City Clerk— A. J. MARBLE. 

City Attorney— GEORGE A. MEECH. 

City Treasurer— *F. H. CUTTING, WM. H. RICE 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— John T. Edwards, J. K. Botsford. 
Second Ward— Peter Shimp, J. Q. Hoyt. 
Third Ward— James A. Hahn^ A. D. Titsworth, 
Fourth Ward— Andrew Schall, WiUiam Baragwanath. 
Fifth Ward— WilKam A. Groves, C. C. P. Holden. 
Sixth Ward— Francis C. Brown, Ed. S. Salomon. 
Seventh Ward — James Conlan, Alonzo Harvey. 
Eighth Ward— Charles L. Woodman, W. G. White. 
Ninth Ward— William T. Shufeldt, Robert Law. 
Tenth Ward— Redmond Sheridan, John Comiskey. 



*F. H. Cutting- failed to qualify, and Wm. H. Rice, who was in possession of the office bav 
S^mi^ elected in 1861, filed a new bond, which was approved by the Common Council, Au^usf 



MUNICIPAL OFFlCEliy. 



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1§6S. 

Mayor— F. C. SHERMAN. 
City Clerk— H. W.ZIMMERMAN. 
City Attorney— FRANCIS ADAMS. 
City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 



ALDERMEN. . 

First Ward — James A. Hahn, Andrew Schall. 

Second Ward — A. D. Titsworth, Peter Shimp. 

Third Ward — ^Jas. H. Roberts, Stephen Barrett. 

Fourth Ward — Benj. E. Gallup, John T. Edwards. 

Fifth Ward — Constantine Kann, Mark Sheridan. 

Sixth Ward — David Walsh, Malcolm McDonald. 

Seventh Ward — James E. Abbott, John Comiskey. 

Eighth AVard — Richard Clark, Redmond Sheridan, *Franci8 J. UUbrich. 

Ninth Ward — Mancel Talcott, Francis C. Brown. 

Tenth Ward-George Himrod, C. C. P. Holden. 

Eleventh Ward — George Von Hollen, L. A. Bond. 

Twelfth Ward — William Gastfield, Chris. Casselman. 

Thirteenth Ward — John Armstrong, David Aleckner. 

Fourteenth Ward — Valentine Ruh, Anton Hottinger. 

Fifteenth Ward — Michael Sullivan, Jas. Conian. 

Sixteenth Ward— Wm. T. Shufeldt, C. L. Woodmao. 

tElected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of R. Sheridan. 



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MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



1§64. 

Mayor— F. C. SHERMAN. 
City Clerk— HENRY W. ZIMMERMAN. 
City Attorney— FRANCIS ADAMS. 
City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Geo. W. Gage, 6has. D. Peacock. 
Second Ward — Peter Shimp. A. D. Titsworth. 
Third Ward — Stephen Barrett, Jas. H. Roberts. 
Fourth Ward — Samuel McRoy, Benj. E. Gallup. 
Fifth Ward — Mark Sheridan, Constantine Kann. 
Sixth Ward— John Wallwork, David Walsh. 
Seventh Ward — Joseph Sherwin, John Comiskey. 
Eighth Ward — Patrick Rafferty, Richard Clark, 
Ninth Ward— Willard Woodman, Mancel Talcott. 
Tenth Ward— C. C P. Holden, Geo. Himrod. 
Eleventh Ward — Lester L. Bond, Geo. Von HoUen. 
Twelfth Ward— Nathaniel W. Huntley, William Gastfield. 
Thirteenth Ward — Mathias Franzen, John M. Armstrong. 
Fourteenth Ward — ^A. Hottinger, Valentine Ruh. 
Fifteenth Ward — Iver Lawson, Michl. Sullivan. 
Sixteenth Ward — Chas. L. Woodman, Jas. J. O'SuUivan. 



MUKICIFAL OEFICERS. 



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1865. 

Mayor— JOHN B RICE. 
City Clerk— ALBERT H. BODMAN. 
City Attorney— DANIEL D. DRISCOLL. 
City Treasurer— A. G. THROOP 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Joshua C. Knickerbocker, Geo. W. Gage. 
Second Ward — Wm. H. Carter, Peter Shimp. 
Third Ward — Chas. G. Wicker, Stephen Barrett. 
Fourth Ward— H. M. Willmarth, Samuel McRoy. 
Fifth Ward— Constantino Kann, Mark Sheridan. 
Sixth Ward— Thos. C. Hatch, John Wallwork. 
Seventh Ward— Avery Moore, Joseph Sherwin. 
Eighth Ward— M. L. Frisbee, Patrick Rafferty. 
Ninth Ward— Mancel Talcott, Willard Woodward. 
Tenth Ward— Ed. Bixby, C. C. P. Holden. 
Eleventh Ward— S. I. Russell, -Lester L. Bond. 
Twelfth Ward— Win. Gastfield, Nathaniel W. Huntley 
Thirteenth Ward— L. Proudfoot, Mathias Franzen. 
Fourteenth Ward— Valentine Ruh, A. Hottinger. 
Fifteenth Ward— Samuel Shackford, Tver Lawson. 
Sixteenth Ward— Robert Clark, Chas. L. Woodmauo 



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1§66. 



Mayor— JOHN B. RICE. 
City Clerk— A. H. BODMAN. 
City Attorney— D. D. DRISCOLL. 
City Treasurer— A. G. THROOP. 



aldermen. 

First Ward— William Cox, J. C. Knickerbocker. 

Second Ward— Calvin DeWolf , Wm. H. Carter, 

Third Ward— Stephen Barrett, Chas. G. Wicker. 

Fourth Ward— AUan C. Calkins, H. M. WUlmarth. 

Fifth Ward— M. Finucan, Constantine Kann. 

Sixth Ward— John Wallwork, Thomas C. Hatch. 

Seventh Ward— Max Schuler, Avery Moore. 

Eighth Ward— Patrick Rafferty, M. L. Frisbee. 

Ninth Ward— Willard Woodward, Mancel Talcott. 

Tenth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Ed. Bixby. 

Eleventh Ward— Henry Ackhoff , S. I. Russell. 

Twelfth Ward— Nathaniel W. Huntley, Wm. Gastfield. 

Thirteenth Ward— M. Franzen, L. Proudf oot. 

Fourteenth Ward— Robert Engel, ValRuh. 

Fifteenth Ward— Iver Lawson, Samuel Shackford. 

Sixteenth Ward— J. J. O'SuUivan, *Michael O'SuUivan, Robert Clark. 



♦Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of J. J. O'SuUivan 



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1S67. 

Mayor— JOHN B. RICE. 

City Clerk— A. H. BODMAN. 

City Attorney— HASBROUCK DAVIS. 

City Treasurer— WM. F. WENTWORTH. 



ALDERMEN. 

First "Ward — Joshua C. Knickerbocker, Wm. Cox. 

Second Ward — Arthur Dixon, Calvin DeWolf . 

Third Ward — Chas. G. Wicker, Stephen Barrett. 

Fourth Ward — Samuel McRoy, A. C. Calkins. 

Fifth Ward— John Raber, M. Finucan. 

Sixth Ward — David Walsh, John Walwork. 

Seventh Ward — John Macalister, Max Schuler. 

Eighth Ward — John Comiskey, Patrick Raff erty. 

Ninth Ward — John H. Carpenter, Willard Woodward. 

Tenth Ward— *E. Bixby, C. C. P. Holden. 

Eleventh Ward — S. I. Russell, Henry Ackhoff. 

Twelfth Ward — C. J. Casselman, Nathnaiel W. Huntley, f John Buehler. 

Thirteenth Ward — George T. Beebe, Mathias Franzen, 

Fourteenth Ward — Theo. Schintz, :{: Robert Engell. 

Fifteenth Ward — Samuel Shackf ord, Iver Lawson. 

Sixteenth Ward — George B. Mansur, M. O'Sullivan. 



*Edmond Bixby died December 5, 1867. 

tN. W. Huntley resigned May 27th and John Buehler elected to All vacancy. 

$R, Eng-ell resigned December 2, 1867. 



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1S6§. 

Mayor— JOHN B. RICE. 

City Clerk— A. H. BODMAN. 

City Attorney— HASBROUCK DAVIS„ 

City Treasurer— WM. F. WENTWORTH. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— Wm. Cox, Joshua Knickerbocker. 

Second Ward— P. M. Donnellan, Arthur Dixon. 

Third Ward-Stephen Barrett, *Jas. A. Hahn, Charles G. Wicker. 

Fourth Ward— A. C. Calkins, Samuel McRoy. 

Fifth Ward— Mark Sheridan, John Raber. 

Sixth Ward— Michael Keeley, David Walsh. 

Seventh Ward— Jas. H. Hildreth, John Macahster. 

Eighth Ward— Patrick Rafferty, John Comiskey. 

Ninth Ward— Willard Woodward, John H. Carpenter. 

Tenth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Alvin Salisbury. 

Eleventh Ward— B. F. Russell, S. I. Russell. 

Twelfth Ward— John Buehler, C. J. Casselman. ' 

Thirteenth Ward— K. G. Schmidt, Geo. T. Beebe. 

Fourteenth Ward— Louis A. Berger, Theo. Schintz. 

Fifteenth Ward— John Hertmg, Samuel Schackf ord. 

Sixteenth Ward— Edward Kehoe, Geo. B. Mansur. 



♦Stephen Barrett died May 21st, and James A. Hahn was elected to fill the vacancy. 



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l§69. 

By an act of the General Assembly, passed March 10, 1869, the city was divided 
into twenty wards, and the time for the city election changed from April to Novem- 
ber. The persons then in office were continued in their respective offices until the 
first Monday in December, 1869. 

Mayor— JOHN B. RICE. 

City Clerk— A. H. BODMAN. 

City Attorney— HASBROUCK DAVIS. 

City Treasurer— WM. F. WENTWORTH. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Wm. Cox, Joshua Knickerbocker. 
Second Ward — P. M. Donnellan, Arthur Dixon. 
Third Ward — Jas. A. Hahn, Charles G. Wicker. 
Fourth Ward — A. C. Calkins, Samuel McRoy. 
Fifth Ward — Mark Sheridan, John Raber. 
Sixth Ward — Michael Keeley, David Walsh. 
Seventh Ward — Jas. H. Hildreth, John Macalister. 
Eighth Ward — Patrick Rafferty, John Comiskey. 
Ninth Ward — Willard Woodward, John H. Carpenter. 
Tenth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Alvln Salisbury. 
Eleventh Ward— B. F. Russell, S. I. Russell. 
Twelfth Ward — John Buehler, C. J. Casselman. 
Thirteenth Ward— K. G. Schmidt, Geo. T. Beebe. 
Fourteenth Ward — Louis A. Berger, Theo. Schintz. 
Fifteenth Ward — John Herting, Sam.uel Schackford. 
Sixteenth Ward — Edward KeLoe, Geo. B. Mansur. 



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1§«9-1§70. 

Election in November, 1869. 

Mayor— R. B. MASON. 
City Clerk— CHARLES T. HOTCHKISS. 
City Attorney— ISRAEL N. STILES 
■ City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 



ALDERMEN. 

I First Ward — Richard Somers, William Cox. 

Second Ward — Arthur Dixon, P. M. Donnellan. 

Third Ward — Jos. A. Montgomery, Jas. A. Hahn. 

Fourth Ward— John H. McAvoy, A. C. Calkins. 

Fifth Ward — George S. Whitaker, Peter Daggy. 

Sixth Ward — Wm. Tracy, Mark Sheridon, ^Daniel Heenan 

Seventh Ward — Wm. Batterman, P. J. Hickey. 

Eighth Ward— Wm, S. Powell, Jas. H. Hildreth. 

Ninth Ward — Geo. Powell, John Comiskey. 

Tenth Ward— Thos. Wilce, C. C. P. Holden. 

Eleventh Ward — James Walsh, B. F. Russell. 

Twelfth Ward— Sam'l McCotter, Willard Woodward. 

Thirteenth Ward — Jas. L. Campbell, A. D. Robinson. 

Fourteenth Ward— P. B. Shiel, B. G. Gill. 

Fifteenth Ward — Jas. J. McGrath, John Buehler. 

Sixteenth Ward— Jas. D. Tyler, K. G. Schmidt. 

Seventeenth Ward — Theodore Schintz, Louis A. Berger. 

Eighteenth Ward — Thos. Carney, A. Bengley. » 

Nineteenth Ward — Jas, McCauley, John Herting. 

Twentieth Ward — M. A. Devine, Edward Kehoe. 

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Mayor— R. B. MASON. 
City Clerk— CH AS. T. HOTi;!HKISS. 
City Attorney— ISRAEL N- STILES. 
City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— John J. Knickerbocker, Richard Somers. 
Second Ward— Jos. E. Otis, Arthur Dixon. 
Third Ward— Daniel Coey, Jos. A. Montgomery. 
Fourth Ward— Harvey M. Thompson, John H. McAvoy. 
Fifth Ward— Peter Daggy, George S. Whitaker. 
Sixth Ward— Michael Schmitz, Wm. Tracey. 
Seventh Ward— P. J. Hickey, Wm. Batterman. 
Eighth Ward— Michael B. Bailey, Wm. S. Powell. 
Ninth Ward— Wm. B. Bateham, Geo. Powell. 
Tenth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Thos. Wilce. 

Eleventh Ward— Herman O. Glade, James Walsh. 

Twelfth Ward— Henry Witbeck, Samuel McCo.tter. 

Thirteenth Ward— S. S. Gardner, Jas. L. C^ampbell. 

Fourteenth Ward— B. G. GiU, P. B. Shiel. 

Fifteenth Ward— John Buehler, Jas. J. McGrath. 

Sixteenth Ward— K. G. Schmidt, Jas. D. Tyler. 

Seventeenth Ward— Louis Schaffner, Theodore Schintz. 

Eighteenth Ward— John McCaffrey, Thomas Carney. 

Nineteenth Ward— Wm. M. Clarke, James McCauley. 

Twentieth Ward— Gustavus A. Busse, M. A. Devine. 



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i§ri-i§72 



Election in November, 1871. 



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Mayor— JOSEPH MEDILL. 
City Clerk— CHAS. T. HOTCHKISS. 
City Attorney— ISRAEL N. STILES. 
City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Chauncey T. Bowen, John J. Knickerbocker. 
Second 'Ward— Arthur Dixon, Joseph E. Otis. 
Third Ward— John W. McGenniss, DaviJ Coey. 
Fourth Ward— John H. McAvoy, Harvey M. Thompson. 
Fifth Ward— R. B. Stone, Peter Daggy. 
Sixth Ward— Wm. Tracy, Michael Schmitz. 
Seventh Ward— Edward F. Cullerton, P. J. Hickey. 
Eighth Ward— Jeremiah Clowry, M. B. Bailey. 
Ninth Ward— Geo. Powell, Wm. B. Bateham. 
Tenth Ward.— Lester L. Bond, C. C. P. Holden. 
Eleventh Ward— Henry Sweet, H, O. Glade, *T. T Verdie: 
Twelfth Ward— Monroe Heath, Henry Witbeck. 
Thirteenth Ward— George W. Sherwood, S. S. Gardner. 
Fourteenth Ward— S. E. Cleveland, B. G. Gill. 
Fifteenth Ward— Jas. J. McGrath, John Buehler. 
Sixteenth Ward— Thos. Stout. K. G. Schmidt. 
Seventeenth Ward— Jacob Lengacher, Louis Schaffnei-. 
Eighteenth Ward— Thoa. Carney, John McCaflerey. 
Nineteenth Ward— Mahlen D. Ogden, Wm. M. Clark. 
Twentieth Ward— Chas. L. Woodman, G. A. Bussee. 



*H. O. Glade resigned January, 1872, and T. T. Verdier was elected to fill the vacancy, 



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Mayor— JOSEPH MEDILL. 
City Clerk— CH AS. T. HOTCHKISS. 
City Attorney— ISRAEL N. STILES. 
City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Wm. H. Richardson, Chauncey T. Bowen. 
Second Ward — Francis W. Warren, Arthur Dixon. 
Third Ward — David Coey, John W. McGenniss. 
Fourth Ward— Geo. H. Sidwell, John H. McAvoy. 
Fifth Ward— A. H. Pickering, R. B. Stone. 
Sixth Ward — Michael Schmitz, Wm. Tracey. 
Seventh Ward— P. McClory, E. F. Cullerton. 
Eighth Ward — M. B. Bailey, Jeremiah Clowry. 
Ninth Ward — James O'Brien, Geo. Powell. 

Tenth Ward— David W. Clark, Jr., L. L. Bond. 

Eleventh Ward — P. Kehoe, Henry Sweet. 

Twelfth Ward— A. F. Miner, Monroe Heath. 

Thirteenth Ward — Avery Moore, Geo. W. Sherwood. 

Fourteenth Ward — ^Bart Quirk, S. E. Cleveland. 

Fifteenth Ward— Nick. Eckhardt, Jas. J. McGrath. 

Sixteenth Ward— Peter Mahr, Thos. W. Stout. 

Seventeenth Ward — Louis Schaffner, Jacob Lengacher. 
' Eighteenth Ward — Thos. Cannon, Thos. Carney. 

Nineteenth Ward — Michael Brand, M. D. Ogden. 

Twentieth Ward — John T. Corcoran, C. L. Woodman. 



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1§73-1874. 

Mayor— HARVEY D. COLVIN. 
City Clerk— JOS. K. C. FORREST. 
City Attorney— EGBERT JAMIESON. 
City Treasurer— DANIEL O'HARA. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Thos. Foley, Wm. H. Richardson. 

Second Ward— Arthur Dixon, F. W. Warren. 

Third Ward— Wm. Fitzgerald, David Coey. 

Fourth Ward— Jesse Spaulding, Geo. H. Sidwell. 

Fifth Ward— R. B. Stone, A. II. Pickering. 

Sixth Ward— Philip Reidy, M. Schmitz. 

Seventh Ward— E. F. Cullerton, P. McClory. 

Eighth Ward— Jas. H. Hildreth, M. B. Bailey. 

Ninth Ward— Thos. H. Bailey, James O'Brien. 

Tenth Ward— C. L. Woodman, D. W. Clark, Jr. 

Eleventh Ward— Geo. E. White, P. Kehoe. 

Twelfth Ward— Monroe Heath, A. F. Miner. 

Thirteenth Ward— Jas. L. Campbell, Avery Moore. 

Fourteenth Ward— S. E. Cleveland, Bart Quirk. 

Fifteenth Ward— James J. McGiath, *M. Ryan, Nick. Eckhardt. 

Sixteenth Ward— Thompson W. Stout, Peter Mahr. 

Seventeenth Ward— Jacob Lengacher, Louis Schaffner. - 

Eighteenth Ward— David Murphy, Thomas Cannon. 

Nineteenth Ward— Thomas Lynch, Michael Brand. 

Twentieth Ward— Julius Jonas, John T. Corcoran. 



*J. J. McQr :th resigned June 33, and M. Ryan was elected to fill the vacancy. 



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1874— 1§'75 

Mayor— HARVEY D. GOLVIN. 
City Clerk— JOS. K. C. FORREST. 
City Attorney— EGBERT JAMIESON. 
City Treasurer— DANIEL O'HARA. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Wm. H. Richardson, Thos. I olej. 
Second Ward— F. W. Warren, A. Dixon. 
Third Ward— David Coey, Wm. Fitzgerald. 
Fourth Ward— Rensselaer Stone, Jesse Spaulding. 
Fifth Ward— Thos. C. Clarke, R. B. Stone. 
Sixth Ward— Fred Sommer, Philip Reidy. 
Seventh Ward— P. McClory, E. F. Cullerton. 
Eighth Ward— P. C. McDonald, Jas. H. Hildreth. 
Ninth Ward— James O'Brien, Thos. H. Bailey. 
Tenth Ward— D. W. Clark, Jr., C. L. W^oodman. 
Eleventh Ward— S. F. Gunderson, Geo. E. White. 
Twelfth Ward— A. N. Waterman, Monroe Heath. 
Thirteenth Ward— C. H. Case, Jas. L. Campbell. 

Fourteenth Ward— Bart Quirk, S. E. Cleveland. 
Fifteenth Ward— Nick. Eckardt, M. Ryan. 

Sixteenth Ward— Peter Mahr, Thompson W. Stout. 

Seventeenth Ward— Louis Schaffner, Jacob Lengacher. 

Eighteenth Ward— M. Sweeney, David Murphy. 

Nineteenth Ward— Wm. B. Dickinson, Thos Lynch. 

Twentieth Ward— John T. Corcoran, Julius Jonas. 



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1§76. 

Tlie City of Cliicago was organized under the general incorporation act in 
April, ISTo, and consequently no election was held in November, ISTo; but the per- 
sons then in office held over until May, ISTfi, Under the new law the city was di- 
vided into eighteen wards. 

Mayor— MONROE HEATH. *H. D. COLVIN, *THOMAS HOYNE. 
City Clerk— CASPAR BUTZ. 
City Attorney— R. S. TUTHILL. 
City Treasurer— CLINTON BRIGGS. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— John T. McAuley, D. K. Pearsons. 

Second Ward — Jacob Rosenberg Addison Ballard 

Third Ward — John L. Thompson, Wm. Aldrich. 

Fourth Ward— John W. Stewart, James H. Gilbert. 

Fifth Ward — Fred Sommer, Mark Sheridan. 

Sixth Ward- E. F. CuUerton, Fred Lodding, 

Seventh Ward — Jas. H. Hildreth, fChas. Tamow. Henry Kerber. 

Eighth Ward — Frank Lawler. James O'Brien. 

Ninth Ward— John M. Van Osdel, Jacob Beidler. 

Tenth Ward—Geo. E. White. Andrew F. Smith. 

Eleventh Ward— A. G. Thi'oop. J. G. Briggs. 

Twelfth Ward— Jas. T. Rawleigh, S. H. McCrea. 

Tliirteenth Ward- Wm. Wheeler. S. E. Cleveland. 

Fomteenth Ward — John Baumgarten, M. Ryan 

Fifteenth Ward- A. W. Waldo. Frank Niesen. 

Sixteenth Ward — Frank Linsenbarth. Jacob Lengacher. 

Seventeenth Ward — M. Sweeney, David Murphy. 

Eighteenth Ward — Jas. A. Kii'k, Jacob Boser. 



*NoTE.— The ordei- passed by the City Council, providing for an election for city officerL 
under the (new) general incorporation act. omitted all reference to the office of Mayor. Not- 
withstanding this omission, and the apparent absence of any authoritv. a popular vote was 
taken for Mayor at the election, and Thomas Hoyne received 33.064 votes," S19 scattering. 

The canvass of the returns being made to the Council, the vote given for Mayor was disre- 
garded; but the new Council, at its first meeting, decided to canvass the retiu-ns, and. having 
done so, declared Mr. Hoyne duly elected MRyor. 

Mr. Colvin, the incumbent, then declining to yield possession of his office on the plea that he 
was entitled to "hold over" under the law, a reference was had to the courts of law. resulting in 
the virtual failure of each of the contestants to sustain his position. 

In consequence, a special election for Mayor was ordered bv the Council, which was held 
-July 12. 1876. at which Monroe Heath was dulv elected. 

•*■ :has. Taroow was elected to fill a vacancy caused by the resigaatioa of J. H. Hildrett. 




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XXXI 



1§TT. 

Mayor— MONROE HEATH. 

City Clerk— CASPER AUTZ. 

City Attorney— R. S. TUTHILL. 

City Treasurer— CHAS. R. LARRABEE. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— D. K. Pearsons, John T. McAuley. 
Second Ward — Addison Ballard, Jacob Rosenberg. 
Third Ward — Eugene Cary, John L. Thompson. 
Fourth Ward — Jas. H. Gilbert, John W. Stewart. 
Fifth Ward— John D. TuUy, Fred Sommer. 
Sixth Ward— Fred Lodding, E. F. Cullerton. 
Seventh Ward — *Henry Kerber, Charles Tarnow. 
Eighth Ward — R. M. Oliver, Frank Lawler. 
Ninth Ward— Jacob Beidler, J. M. Van Osdel 
Tenth Ward— M. McNurney, Geo. E. White. 
Eleventh Ward— A. B. Cooke, A. G. Throop. 
Twelfth Ward— S. G. Seaton, James T. Rawleigh. 
Thirteenth Ward— H. P. Thompson, Wm. Wheeler. 
Fourteenth Ward — M. Ryan, John Baumgarten. 
Fifteenth Ward— Frank Niesen, A. W. Waldo. 
Sixteenth Ward — M. Schweisthal, F. Lins-3nbarth. 
Seventeenth Ward — Bernard Janssens, M. Sweeney. 
Eighteenth Ward— J. H. B. Daly, Jas. A. Kirk. 



*At the election held April 3, 1877, Jas. H. Hildreth received the greatest number of votes? 
cast, but was declared ineligible. The election was contested by John Riordan, who received the 
next greatest number oC votes. The contest was not determined during the year, and conse- 
quently Henry Kerber held the seat until April, 1878. 



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1880-18§1. 

Mayor— CARTER H. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— P. J. HOWARD. 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. GRINNELI;. 
City Treasurer— W. C. SEIPP. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, Swayne Wickersham. 
Second Ward— Addison Ballard, Patrick Sanders. 
Third Ward— John M. Clark, D. L. Shorey. 
Fourth Ward— A. Grannis, Wm. W. Watkins. 
Fifth Ward— M. McAuley, E. P. Burke. 
Sixth Ward— J. J. Altpeter, E. F. Cullerton. 
Seventh Ward— John Riordan, Jas. H. Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward— Thomas Purcell, Frank Lawler. 
Ninth Ward— James Peevey, John M. Smyth. 
Tenth Ward— M. McNurney, H. Schroeder. 
Eleventh Ward— Geo. B. Swift, Thos. N. Bond. 
Twelfth Ward— Joseph D. Everett, Alvin Hulbert. 
Thirteenth Ward— H. P. Thompson, O. M. Brady. 
Fourteenth Wa^-d— R. Lorenz, F. A. Stauber. 
Fifteenth Ward— Adam Meyer, Wm. S. Young, Jr. 
Sixteenth Ward— Christian Meier, Anton Imhof . 
Seventeenth Ward— Edward P. Barrett, John Murphy. 
Eighteenth Ward— W. G. McCormick, A. H. Burley. 




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M if OR— CARTER H. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— P. J. HOWARD. 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. ORINNELL. 
City Treasurer— RUDOLPH BRAND. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Swayne Wicker sham, Arthur Dixon. 
Second Ward — Patrick Sanders, Jas. T. Appleton. 
Third Ward— D. L. Shorey, O. B. Phelps. 
Fourth Ward— W. W. Watkins, O. D. Wetherell. 
Fifth Ward— Edward P. Burke, Henry F. Sheridan. 
Sixth Ward — Edward F. CuUerton, J. J. Altpeter. 
Seventh Ward — James H. Hildreth, John Riordan. 
Eighth Ward — Frank Lawler, Thomas Purcell. 
Ninth Ward — John M. Smyth, James Peevey. 
Tenth Ward — Henry Schroeder, Daniel Nelson. 
Eleventh Ward — Thomas N. Bond, Thaddeus Dean. 
Twelfth Ward— Alvin Hulbert, Jos. D. Everett. 
Thirteenth Ward — O. M. Brady, James M. Wanzer. 
Fourteenth Ward — Frank A. Stauber, Clemens Hirsch. 
Fifteenth Ward — Wm. S. Young, Jr. , Adam Meyer. 
Sixteenth Ward — Anton Imhof , Christian Meier. 
Seventeenth Ward — John Murphy, Edward P. Barrett, 
Eighteenth Ward— A. H. Burley, Frank M. Blair. 



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18§3— 1$S3 

Mayor— CARTER H. HARRISON 
City Clerk— P. J. HOWARD. 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. GRINNELL. 
City Treasurer— RUDOLPH BRAND. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, Swayne Wickersham. 

Second Ward— James T. Appleton. Patrick Sanders. 

Third Ward— D. L. Shorey, O. B. Phelps. 

Fourth Ward— O. D. W^ethereU, S. D. Foss. 

Fifth Ward— E. P. Burke, H. F. Sheridan. 

Sixth Ward— J. J. Altpeter, E. F. CuUerton. 

Seventh Ward— John Riordan, James H. Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward— Thomas PurceU, Frank Lawler 

Ninth Ward— James Peevey, M. Gaynor. 
Tenth Ward— Daniel Nelson, G. E. White. 

Eleventh Ward— Thaddeus Dean, T. N. Bond. 
Twelfth Ward— J. D. Everett, John Marder. 
Thirteenth Ward— J. M. Wanzer, J. E. Dalton 
Fourteenth Ward— Clemens Hirsch, M. Ryan. 
Fifteenth Ward— Adam Meyer, James M. Quinn. 
Sixteenth Ward— Christopher Meier, J. H. Colvin. 
Seventeenth Ward— E. P. Barrett, John Sweeney 
Eighteenth Ward— F. M. Blair, J. E. Geohegan. 



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1§S3-1§S4. 

Mayor— CARTER H. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— JOHN G. NEUMEISTER. 
Deputy City Clerk— CHAS. GASTFIELD. 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. GRINNELL. 
City Treasurer— JOHN M. DUNPHY. 



aldermen. 

First Ward — Arthur Dixon, Swayne Wickersham. 
Second Ward — Jas. T. Appleton, Patrick Sanders. 
Third Ward— D. L. Shorey, Frank FoUansbee. 
Fourth Ward— O. D. Wetherell, S. D. Foss. 
Fifth Ward— E. P. Burke, H. F. Sheridan. 
Sixth Ward— Chas. F. L. Doerner, E. F. Cullerton. 
Seventh Ward — John Riordan, Jas. H . Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward — Thomas Purcell, Frank Lawler. 
Ninth Ward — John Foley, M. Gaynor. 
Tenth Ward— James Walsh, G. E. White. 
Eleventh Ward— Samuel Simons, T. N. Bond. 
Twelfth Ward— Walter S. Hull, John Harder. 
Thirteenth Ward — John E. Dalton, John Lyke. 
Fourteenth Ward— M. Ryan, Franz Schack. 
Fifteenth Ward— James M. Quinn, Wm. Eisfeldt, Jr. 
Sixteenth Ward— J. H. Colvin, Henry Severin. 
Seventeenth Ward— John Sweeney, A. J. Sullivan. 
Eighteenth Ward— J. B. Geohegan, Wm R, Manierre. 



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1§S4-1§S5 

Mayor— CARTER 11. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— JOHN G. NEUMEISTER. 
Deputy City Clerk— CHAS. GASTFIELD 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. GRINNELL. 
City Treasurer— JOHN M. DUNPHY. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, W. P. Whelan. 
Second Ward— James T. Appleton, Patrick Sanders. 
Third Ward— Frank H. Follansbee, D. L. Shorey. 
Fourth Ward— O. D. Wetherell, Thos. C. Clarke. 
Fifth Ward— Henry F. Sheridan, E. P. Burke. 
Sixth Ward— C. F. L. Doerner, Edward F. CuUerton. 
Seventh Ward— John Riordan, J. H. Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward— Thomas Purcell, Frank Lawler. 
Ninth Ward— Wm. F. Mahoney, John Gaynor. 
Tenth Ward— James Walsh, M. McNurney. 
Eleventh Ward— Samuel Simons, Thomas N. Bond. 
Twelfth Ward-Walter S. Hull, J. L. Campbell. 
Thirteenth Ward-John W. Lyke, John E. Dalton. 
Fourteenth Ward— Franz Schack, Michael Ryan. 
Fifteenth Ward— Wm. Eisfeldt, Jr., Wm. Young, Jr. 
Sixteenth Ward— Henry Severin, John H. Colvin. 
Seventeenth Ward— A. J. Sullivan, John Sweeney. 
Eighteenth Ward— Wm. R. Manierre, John T. Noyes. 



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1§S5-1S§6. 

Mayor— CARTER H, HARRISON. 
City Clerk— C. HERMAN PLAUTZ. 
Deputy City Clerk— GEO. B. SWIFT. 
City Attorney— HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE 
City Treasurer— WM. M. DEVINE. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — W. P. Whelan, Arthur Dixon. 
Second Ward — Patrick Sanders, James T. Appleton, 
Third Ward— D. L. Shorey, Chas. W. Drew. 
Fourth Ward— Thos. C. Clarke, O. D. Wetherell. 
Fifth Ward— E. P. Burke, Henry F. Sheridan. 
Sixth Ward— E. F. CuUerton, C. F. L. Doerner. 
Seventh Ward — Jas. H. Hildreth, Joseph M. Weber. 
Eighth Ward — Frank Lawler, Redmond F. Sheridan. 
Ninth Ward — Wm. F. Mahony, John Gaynor. 
Tenth Ward — M. McNurney, Stephen P. Revere. 
Eleventh Ward — Thomas N. Bond, Samuel Simons. 
Twelfth Ward— J. L. Campbell, Walter S Hull. 
Thirteenth Ward — John E. Dalton*, John W. Lyke. 
Fourteenth Ward — Michael Ryan, Franz Schack. 
Fifteenth Ward— Wm. S. Young, Jr., Wm. Eisfeldt, Jr. 
Sixteenth Ward — John H. Colvin, Henry Severin. 
Seventeenth Ward — John Sweeney, John A. Linn. 
Eighteenth Ward — John T. Noyes, Wm, R. Manierre. 



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1§S6-1§S7. 

Mayor— CARTER H. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— C. HERMAN PLAUTZ. 
Deputy City Clerk— GEO. B. SWIFT. 
OiTY Attorney— HEMPSTEAD "WASHBURNE. 
City Treasurer— WM. M. DEVINE. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, W. P. Whelan. 
Second Ward— James T. Appleton, Geo. H. Mueller. 
Third Ward— Chas. W. Drew, David H. Gile. 
Fourth Ward— O. D. Wetherell, Thos. C'. Clarke. 
Fifth Ward— Henry F. Sheridan, Chas. HHlock. 
Sixth Ward— C. F. L. Doerner. E. F. Cullerton. 
Seventh Ward— Joseph M. Weber, Jas. H. Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward— Redmond F. Sheridan, Lawi-ence A. Yore. 
Ninth Ward— Wm. F. Mahoney, J. R. Wheeler. 
Tenth Ward— S. P. Revere, H. M. Deal. 
Eleventh Ward— Samuel Simons, Samuel Kerr, 
Twelfth Ward— Walter S. HuU, J. L. Campbell. 
Thirteenth Ward— John W. Lyke, James A. Landon. 
Fourteenth Ward— Franz Schack, Daniel W. Ryan. 
Fifteenth Ward— Wm. Eisfeldt, Jr., Joseph H. Ernst. 
Sixteenth Ward— Henry Severin, John H. Colvin. 
Seventeenth Ward— John A. Linn, Thos. J. Carney, Jr. 
Eighteenth Ward— Wm. R. Manierre, Jacob H. Tiedemann. 




MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



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188'y-l§§8. 

Mayor— JOHN A. ROCHE. 

City Clerk— D. W. NICKERSON. 

Deputy City Clerk— JAS. R. B. VAN CLEAVE, 

City Attorney— HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE, 

City Treasurer— C. HERMAN PLAUTZ. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— W. P. Whelan, Arthur Dixon. 

Second Ward— Geo. H. Mueller, James T. Appleton. 

Third Ward— David H. Gile, Jno. H. Hamhne. 

Fourth Ward— Thos. C. Clarke, O. D. Wetherell. 

Fifth Ward— Chas. Hillock, Edward D. Connor. 

Sixth Ward— E. F. CuUerton, Chas. A. Monear. 

Seventh Ward— Jas. H. Hildreth, Joseph M. Weber. 

Eighth Ward— Lawrence A. Yore, Redmond F. Sheridan 

Ninth Ward— J. R. Wheeler, Madison R. Harris. 

Tenth Ward- H. M. Deal, J. N. Mulvihill. 

Eleventh Ward— Samuel Kerr, J. J. Badenoch. 

Twelfth Ward— J. L. Campbell, Alexander White. 

Thirteenth Ward— James A. Landon, George McGregor. 

Fourteenth Ward— Daniel W. Ryan, John C. Horn. 

Fifteenth Ward— Joseph H. Ernst, Jno. Reich. 

Sixteenth Ward— John H. Colvin, Chas. Burmeister. 

Seventeenth Ward— Thos. J. Carney, Jr., John J. McCormick. 

Eighteenth Ward— Jacob H. Tiedemann, Wm. R. Manierre. 

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1§§$-I§i9. 

Mayor— JOHN A. ROCHE. 

City Clerk— D. W. NICKERSON. 

Deputy City Clerk— JAS. R. B. VAN CLEAVE. 

City Attorney— HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE. 

City Treasurer— C. HERMAN PLAUTZ. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, W. P. Whelan. 

Second Ward — James T. Appleton, John H. Hamline. 

Third Ward— O. D. WethereU, Anson Gorton. 

Fourth Ward — D. Harry Hammer, Thos. C. Clarke, *Jno. W. Hepburn. 

Fifth Ward — Edward D. Connor, Jno. S. Oehmen. 

Sixth Ward — George Emmerich, Edward P. Burke. 

Seventh Ward — Wm. J. Murphy, Wm. A. Love. 

Eighth Ward — Chas. A. Monear, Jos. M. Weber. 

Ninth Ward— Henry C. Bartels, E. F. Cullerton. 

Tenth Ward — Augustus W. Nohe, Simon Wallner. 

Eleventh Ward — John J. Badenoch, Walter M. Pond. 

Twelfth Ward — Alexander White, J. L. Campbell. 

Thirteenth Ward — George McGregor, James A. Landon. 

Fourteenth Ward — A. P. Johnson, Herman Weinhardt. 

Fifteenth Ward — John Doornbos, Michael F. Bowler. 

Sixteenth Ward — John C. Horn, August J. Kowalski. 

Seventeenth Ward — J. N. Mulvihill, Phillip Young. 

Eighteenth Ward — Madison R. Harris, Isaac Horner. 

Nineteenth Ward — Redmond F. Sheridan, John Powers. 

Twentieth Ward — George K. Rix, Otto Hage. 

Twenty-first Ward — John Reich, Joseph H. Ernst. 

Twenty-second Ward — Charles Burmeister, Tlios. D. Burke. 

Twenty-third Ward— John J. McCormick, Daniel R. O'Brien. 

Twenty-fourth Ward— Wm. R. Manierre, Jacob H. Tiedemann. 

* Elected November 6, 1888. to fill vacancy caused by death of Thos. C. Clarke. 



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1§§9— IS90 

Mayor— DEWITT C. CREGIER. 

City Clerk— FRANZ AMBERG. 

Deputy City Clerk— JAS. R. B. VAN CLEAVE. 

City Attorney— GEORGE F. SUGG. 

City Treasurer— BERNARD ROESING. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— W. P. Whelan, Arthur Dixon. 
Second Ward — Frank C. Vierling; John Summerfield. 
Third Ward — ^Anson Gorton, Laban B. Dixon. 
Fourth Ward — John W. Hepburn, Martin B. Madden. 
Fifth Ward— John S. Oehmen, Timothy C. Hickey. 
Sixth Ward— Edward P. Burke, Wm. J. O'Brien. 
Seventh Ward — Wm. A. Love, Wm. J. Murphy. 
Eighth Ward — Frank J. Dvorak, George P. Bunker. 
Ninth Ward— E. F. Cullerton, Joseph E. Bidwill. 
Tenth Ward — Simon Wahier, Thomas McEnemy. 
Eleventh Ward— Walter M. Pond. William D, Kent. 
Twelfth Ward— J. L. CampbeU, D. W. Mills. 
Thirteenth Ward — James A. Landon, John W Lyke. 
Fourteenth Ward — Herman Weinhardt, Philip Jackson. 
Fifteenth Ward — IVIicJiael F. Bowler, ^Michael Ryan. 
Sixteenth Ward — August J. Kowalski, John C. Horn. 
Seventeenth Ward — Phihp Young, J. N. Mulvihill. 
Eighteenth Ward — Isaac Horner, Madison R. Harris. 
Nineteenth Ward — John Powers, James McCann. 
Twentieth Ward— Otto Hage, Daniel Long. 
Twenty-first Ward— Joseph H. Ernst, John McGiUen. 
Twenty-second Ward — Thomas D. Burke, Edward Muelhoefer. 
Twenty-third Ward— Daniel R. O'Brien, John J. McCormick. 
Twenty-fourth Ward — Jacob H. Tiedemann, James S. Dunham. 



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1 §§9-1 990— Continued. 

aldermen. 

*Twenty-fifth Ward— F. M. Chapman, M. Keck. 
Twenty-sixth Ward — P. F. Haynes, Bernard F. Weber. 
Twenty-seventh Ward — Mathew J. Conway, David B. Fonda. 
Twenty-eighth Ward — Michael Lucas, Thomas Kelly. 
Twenty-ninth Ward — Patrick Noonan, Thomas Gahan. 
Thirtieth Ward — John F. Kenny, Joseph Pauly. 
Thirty-first Ward — Edwin J. Noble, George F. McKnight. 
Thirty-second Ward — WilKam E. Kerr, William C. Kinney. 
Thirth-third Ward — Chas. E. Jockisch, Patrick J. Gorman . 
Thirty-fourth Ward — James Chasey, John O'Neill. 



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*NOTE.— On June 29, 1889, elections were Held in the City of Chicago, the City of Lake Yie^ 
the Village of Jefferson, a portion of Cicero, the Town of Lake, and the Village of Hyde Park' 
which resulted in the annexation of the above city, towns and villages to the City of Chicago. ' 

Note.— On July 32, 1889, the City Council divided the annexed territory into wards, viz.: 
From the Twenty-fifth to Thirty-fourth Wards, both inclusive. 

Note.— On July 29, 1889, the City Council directed an election to be held September 10, 1889, 
for the election of two Aldermen for each of the newJy made wards, said Aldermen to hold ofSce 
until the city election to be held in April, 1890. Said election Wir^s held and the following Alder- 
men were elected: Twenty-fifth, Frank Chapman and Michael Keck; Twenty-sixth, Bernard P. 
Weber and Patricks. Haynes; Twenty-seventh. David B. Fonda and Mathew J. Conway; Twen- 
ty-eig;hth, Thomas Kelly and Michael Lucas; Twenty-ninth, Thomas Gahan and Patrick Noonan; 
Thirtieth, Joseph Pauly and John F.Kenny; Thirty-first, George P. McKnight and Edwin J. 
Noble; Thirty-second, William R. Kerr and William C. Kinney; Thirty-third, Patrick J. Gorman 
and Charles E. Jockisch; Thirty- fourth, John O'Neill and James Chasey, and they were inaugu- 
rated September 16, 1889, and assigned to the various Standing Committees of the City CounciL 




MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



XLV 



1§90— 1§91. 

Mayor— De WITT C. CREGIER. 

City Clerk— FRANZ AMBERG. 

Deputy City Clerk— JAMES R. B. VAN CLEAVE. 

City Attorney— GEORGE F. SUGG. 

City Treasurer— BERNARD ROESING. 

ALDERMEN. 



First Ward — Arthur Dixon, Nicholas A. Cremer. 
Second Ward — John Summerfield, Frank C. Vierling. 
Third Ward — Laban B. Dixon, Anson Gorton. 
Fourth Ward— Martin B. Madden, John W. Hepburn. 
Fifth Ward— Timothy C. Hickey, Charles Duer. 
Sixth Ward— William J. O'Brien, Edward P. Burke. 
Seventh Ward — William J. Murphy, John A. Cooke. 
Eighth Ward — George P. Banker, Frank J. Dvorak. 
Ninth Ward— Joseph E. Bidwill, E. F. Cullerton. 
Tenth Ward — Thomas McEnerny, William Schwerin. 
Eleventh Ward— Wilham D. Kent, Walter M. Pond. 
Twelfth Ward— D. W. Mills, Robert L. Martin. 
Thirteenth Ward— John W. Lyke, Salo W. Roth. 
Fourteenth Ward — Philip Jackson, James Keats. 
Fifteenth Ward— Michael Ryan, Michael F. Bowler. 
Sixteenth Ward — John C. Horn, John J. Dahlman. 
Seventeenth Ward— Jeremiah N. Mulvihill, Philip Young. 
Eighteenth Ward— Madison R. Harris, William F. Mahoney. 
JSTineteenth Ward — James McCann, John Powers. 
Twentieth Ward — Daniel Long, William Eisfeldt, Jr. 
Twenty-first Ward — John McGillen, Adam Meyer. 
Twenty-second Ward— Edward Muelhoefer, Julius Goldzier. 
Twenty-third Ward— John J. McCormick, Daniel R. O'Brien. 
Twenty-fourth Ward— James S. Dunham, James B. McAbee. 



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1 S 9 € - 1 §0 1— CONTI^XED. 



ALDERMEN. 



Twenty-fifth Ward— Frank E. Brookman, Austin O. Sexton. 
Twenty-sixth Ward— Marlow M. Goodale, Bernard F. Weber. 
Twenty-seventh Ward— Mathew J. Conway, David B. Fonda. 
Twenty-eighth Ward— Maurice R. Bortree, Thomas Kelly. 
Twenty-ninth Ward— Patrick Noonan, Thomas Gahan. 
Thirtieth Ward— Asa B. Kile, John F. Kenny. 
Thirty-first Ward— George F. McKnight, Edwin J. Noble. 
Thirty-second Ward— William R. Kerr, William C. Kinney 
Thirty-third Ward— Ernst Hummel, Patrick J. Gt)rman. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— John O'Neill, James Chasey. 



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1@91-1§92. 

Mayor— HEMPSTED WASHBURNE. 
City Clerk— JAMES R. B. VAN CLEAVE. 
Deputy City Clerk— ISAAC N. POWELL. 
City Attorney— JACOB J. KERN. 
City Treasurer— PETER KIOLBASSA. 

ALDERMEN. 



Pirst Ward — Nicholas A. Cremer, John R. Morris. 
Second Ward — Frank C. Vierling, John W. Woodard. 
Third Ward— L. B. Dixcn, Anson Gorton. 
Fourth Ward— Martin B. Madden, John W. Hepburn. 
Fifth Ward— Charles Duer, Patrick J. Wall. 
Sixth Ward— Edward P. Burke, Wm. J. O'Brien. 
Seventh Ward— John A. Cooke, Wm. J. Murphy. 
Eighth Ward— Frank J. Dvorak, Martin Morrison. 
Ninth Ward— E. F. CuUerton, Jos. E. Bidwill. 
Tenth Ward— William Schwerin, John F. Dorman. 
Eleventh Ward— Walter M. Pond, Wm. D. Kent. 
Twelfth Ward— Robert L. Martin, Daniel W. Mills. 
Thirteenth Ward— Salo W. Roth, Martin Knowles. 
Fourteenth Ward— James Keats, Philip Jackson. 
Fifteenth Ward— Michael F. Bowler, Harold Michaelsen. 
Sixteenth Ward— John J. Dahlman, Stanley H. Kunz. 
Seventeenth Ward— Philip Young, Stephen M. Gosselin. 
Eighteenth Ward— William F. Mahony, John J. Brennan. 
Nineteenth Ward — John Powers, Michael J. O'Brien. 
Twentieth Ward— William Eisfeldt, Jr., Wm. C. Pfister. 
Twenty-first Ward— Adam Meyer, John McGillen. 
Twenty-second Ward— Julius Goldzier, Edward Muelhoefer. 
Twenty-third Ward— Daniel R. O'Brien, fJohn J. McCormick, 
Twenty-fourth Ward— * James B. McAbee, Peter J. Biegler. 



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1§91-I892 — CONTINULD. 
ALDERMEN. 

Twenth-fifth Ward — Austin O. Sexton, Frank E. Brookman. 
Twenth-sixth Ward — Bernard F. Weber, Patrick F. Hayes. 
Twenty-seventh Ward — David B. Fonda, Mathew J. Conway. 
Twenty-eighth Ward— Thomas Kelly, Frank N. McCarthy. 
Twenty-ninth Ward — Thomas Gahan, Thomas Carey. 
Thirtieth Ward — John F. Kenny, Adam Rauen. 
Thirty-first Ward — Edwin J. Noble. Edwin Plowman. 
Thirty-second Ward — William C. Kinney, William R. Kerr. 
Thirty-third Ward — Patrick J, Gorman, Ernst Hummel. 
Thirty-fourth Ward — James Chasey, John O'Neill. 

NoTK.—* Alderman McAbee, 24th ward, died Feb. 10th, 1892. tAlderman John J- 
McCormick, 23d ward, died April 6th, 189-3. 



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1S92-1S93. 

Mayor— HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE, 

City Clerk— JAS. R. B. VAN CLEAVE. 

Deputy City Clerk— ISAAC N. POWELL. 

City Treasurer— PETER KIOLBASSA. 

City Attorney— * JACOB J. KERN — *GEORGE A. TRUDE. 

ALDERMEN. 



First Ward — John R. Morris, John J. Coughlin. 

Second Ward — John W. Woodard, Daniel J. Horan. 

Third Ward — L. B. Dixon, Edward Marrenner. 

Fourth Ward— Martin B. Madden, John W. Hepburn. 

Fifth Ward— Patrick J. Wall, John Vogt. 

Sixth Ward— Wm. J. O'Brien, Henry Stuckart. 

Seventh Ward — Wm. J. Murphy, John A. Cooke. 

Eighth Ward — Martin Morrison, William Loeffler. 

Ninth Ward— Joseph E. Bidwill, Frederick Rohde. 

Tenth Ward— John F. Dorman, Chas. C. Schumacher. 

Eleventh Ward— Wm. D. Kent, Geo. B. Swift. 

Twelfth Ward— Daniel W, Mills, Robert L. Martin. 

Thirteenth Ward — Martin Knowles, Charles F. Swigart. 

Fourteenth Ward— Phillip Jackson, James Keats. 

Fifteenth Ward — Harold Michaelson, James Reddick. 

Sixteenth Ward — Stanley H. Kunz, Peter J. EUert. 

Seventeenth Ward— Stephen M. Gosselin, Jeremiah N. Mulvihill. 

Eighteenth Ward— John J. Brennan, Wm. F. Mahony. 

Nineteenth Ward — Michael J. O'Brien, John Powers. 

Twentieth Ward— Wm. C. Pfister, Albert Potthoff. 

Twenty -first Ward— John McGillen, Joseph H. Ernst. 

Twenty- second Ward — Edward Muelhoefer, Arnold Tripp. 

Twenty-third Ward— John A. Larson, f . 

Twenty -fourth Ward— Peter J. Biegler, Lewis L. Wads worth. 



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1892-1893— CONTINUED. 
ALDERMEN, 

Twenty-fifth Ward — Frank E. Brookman, Austin O. Sexton. 
Twenty-sixth Ward — Patrick F. Haynes, Henry J. Lutter. • 
Twenty-seventh Ward — Mathew J. Conway, Frederick F. Haussen. 
Twenty-eighth Ward— Frank N. McCarthy, Daniel W. Ackerman. 
Twenty-ninth Ward — Thomas Carey, % Thomas Gahan. 
Thirtieth Ward — Adam Rauen, John F. Kenny. 
Thirty-first Ward— Edwin Plowman, Edwin J. Noble. 
Thirty-second Ward — Wm. R. Kerr, James R. Mann. 
Thirty-third Ward — Ernst Hummel, Cyrus H, Howell. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— John O'Neill, John A. Bartine. 

]SfoTE — * City Attorney Kern resigned November 21st, 1892, and Mr. Geo. A. Trade was appointed for 

the remainder of the term. 
t Alderman McCormick (23d ward) died April 6th, 1892, and the office remained vacant until 

the election of April, 1893. 
X Alderman Gahan (29th ward) resigned January 16th, 1893, and the office remained vacant until 

the ensuing April election of 1893. 



The Gity Gouneil of the City of Ghieago. 

FOR THE MUNICIPAL YEAR 1893-1894 



( ^CARTER H. HARRISON, 
Mayor, ■{ fGEORGE B. SWIFT, pro tern. 
( ijOHN P. HOPKINS. 

City Clerk, CHAS. D. GASTFIELD. 

Deputy City Clerk, JOHN G. NEUMEISTER. 
City Attorney, GEORGE A. TRUDE. 

City Treasurer, MICHAEL J. BRANSFIELD. 



First Ward. 



Second Ward 



Third Ward. 



Fourth Ward. 



Fifth Ward. 



Sixth Ward. 



Seventh Ward. 



Eighth Ward. 



Ninth Ward. 



Tenth Ward . 



Eleventh Ward. 



Twelfth Ward. 



Thirteenth Ward. 



Fourteenth Ward . 



ALDERMEN. 

j JOHN J. COUGHLIN, D 143 E. Madison Street 

I LOUIS I. EPSTEAN, R Ill Randolph Street 

DANIEL J. HORaN, R 169 E. Eighteenth Street 

MARTIN BEST, R 1429 Michigan Avenue 



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EDWARD MARRENNER, R 149 Michigan Avenue 

ELI SMITH, R 3147 Vernon Avenue 

JOHN W. HEPBURN, R 136 Washington Street 

MARTIN B. MADDEN, R : 319 Chamber of Commerce 

JOHN VOGT, R. 448 Twenty-sixth Street 

PATRICK J. WALL, D 605 Twenty-seventh Street 

J HENRY STUCKART, D 3519 Archer Avenue 

I THOMAS REED, D .3500 Main Street 

JOHN A. COOKE, R 624 S. Halsted Street 

WILLIAM J. O'NEILL, D 547 S. Halsted Street 

WILLIAM LOEFFLER, D .369 Johnson Street 

MARTIN MORRISON, D 14th St. and Blue Island Avenue 

FREDRICK ROHDE, D 278 Washburne Avenue 

JOSEPH E. BIDWILL, R 318 La Salle Street 

CHAS. C. SCHUMACHER, D. . 266 Blue Island Avenue 

JOHN F. DORM AN, D 971 Twenty-Second Street 

+GEORGE B. SWIFT.R 47 River Street 

WILLIAM D. KENT, R 260 S. Jefferson Street 



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j ROBERT L. MARTIN, R R. 5, 78 La Salle Street 

I JAMES L. CAMPBELL, R 639 Unity Building 

j CHAS. F. SWIGART, R 280 Park Avenue 

j MARTIN KNOWLES, D 337 Walnut Street 

j JAMES KEATS, R 225 W. Chicago Avenue 

I WM. L. KAMERLING, R 359 Gienwood Avenue 



305 N. Wells Street 
168 Oak Street 



Lll INDEX. 

Fifteenth Ward .. j JAMES REDDICK, R 143 Perry Avenue 

I MICHAEL RYAN/D 601 W. North Avenue 

Sixteenth Ward J PETER J. ELLERT, D Staats Zeitung Bnilding 

I STANLEY H. KUNZ, D 685 Noble Street 

Seventeenth Ward J J. N. MULVIHILL, D§ 118 Austin Avenue 

I STEPHEN M. GOSSELIN, D 513, 86 LaSalle Street 

Eighteenth Ward . j WM. P. MAHONY, D 56 S. State Street 

I JOHN J. BRENNAN, D 114 W. Madison Street 

Nineteenth Ward \ -^^^^ POWERS, D 170 E. Madison Street 

I THOMAS GALLAGHER, D 256 S. Halsted Street 

Twentieth Ward J ALBERT POTTHOFP, D 97 Willow Street 

I OTTO H AGE, R 185 Southport Avenue 

Twenty-first VTard J JOSEPH H. ERNST, D 271 E. North Avenue 

( JOHN McGILLEN, D 967 N. Halsted Street 

Twenty-second Ward (ARNOLD TRIPP, D 122 Randolph Street 

I EDWARD MUELHOEFER, R 112 Clybourn Avenue 

Twenty-third Ward i JOHN A. LARSON, R 

■ I WM. J. KELLY, D.. 

Twenty-fourth Ward i LEWIS L. WADSWORTH, R 252 Michigan Street 

jZARAC. PECK, R 238 E. Huron Street 

Twenty-flf th Ward i ^^STIN O. SEXTON, D R. 28, 163 Randolph Street 

"j ALBERT H. KLEINECKE,R .916 Racine Avenue 

Twenty-sixth Ward i HENRY J . LUTTER, D Cor. Perry and Wellington Streets 

I WILLIAM FINKLER,R.... 843 Perry Street 

Twenty-seventh Ward ■! FREDERICK F. H AUSSEN, R 15 W. Huron Street 

I MATHE W J. CON WAY, R R. 513, 86 La Salle Street 

Twenty-eighth Ward i DANIEL W. ACKERM AN, R R. 607 Chamber of Commerce 

I THOMAS SAYLE, R ! R. 607 Chamber of Commerce 

Twenty-ninth Ward i ROBERT MULCAHY, D .' 4335 Wentworth Avenue 

I THOS. CAREY, D 4304 W. Wood Street 

Thirtieth Ward i JOHN F. KENNY, D 5205 State Street 

I JOHN W. UTESCH, R 4836 S. Ashland Avenue 

Thirty-first Ward j EDWIN J. NOBLE, R R. 800, 334 Dearborn Street 

I JAMES L. FRANCIS, R R. 29, 78 Dearborn Street 

Thirty-second Ward i JAMES R. MANN, R R. 97, 175 Dearborn Street 

1 WILLIAM R.KERR, R 100 Washington Street 

Thirty-third Ward j CYRUS H. HOWELL, R Cheltenham P. O. 

"I GEORGE W. SHEPHERD, R 9151 Commercial Avenue 

Thirty-fourth Ward J JOHN A. BARTINE, R Roseland P. O. 

I JOHN O'NEILL, R 5900 Wabash Avenue 



*Mayor Harrison died Oct. 28, 1893. (Shot at his home by the Assassin Prenderft-ast.) 

+_Ald. Swift (Uth ward), elected Mayor pro-tem. by the City Council, Nov. 6, 1893. for the interim 
foUowmg the death of Mayor Harrison. 

tMayor Hopkins, elected at a special election held Dec. 19, 1893. 

§Ald. Mulvihill (irth ward) died (killed) Jan. 26th, 1894. 






STANOING GOMMITTRR© 

OF 

THE CITY COUNCIL 

FOR THE 

MUNICIPAL YEAR 1893-94. 

AS ADOPTED APRIL 17, 1893. 



Finance. 

Madden, Bidwill, Kerr, O'Neill (34th ward), Kent, Swigart, Horan, Martin, Keats, 

Wadsworth, McGillen, Powers, Carey. 

Judiciary. 
Mann, Swift, Hepburn, Campbell, Shepherd, Smith, Muelhoefer, Reddick, Cooke, 

Ernst, Sexton, Loeffler, Mahony. 

World's Fair. 

Kerr, Francis, Kent, O'Neill (34th ward), Hepburn, Campbell, Kleinecke, Marrenner, 

Howell, McGillen, Kenny, Schumacher, Sexton. 

Schools. 

Martin, Noble, Madden, Kamerling, Peck, Conway, Kerr, Hage, Sayle, Kenny. 

Gallagher, Tripp, Knowles. 

Railroads. 
Wadsworth, O'Neill (3Jth ward), Utesch, Shepherd. Finkler, Keats, Peck, Cooke, 

Larson, Epstean, Bohde, Ryan, Mulcahy. 

Fire and Water. • 

O'Neill (34th ward), Swigart, Ackerman, Marrenner, Haussen, Kleinecke, Hage, 
Bartine, Best, Lutter, Tripp, Coughlin, Brennan. 

Gas, Oil and Electric Lights. 
Bidwill, Wadsworth, Keats, Muelhoefer, Horan, Noble, Mann, Martin, Finkler, 

Gallagher, Powers, Sexton. 

Health and County Relations. 
Cooke, Bartine, Peck, Sayle, Shepherd, Haussen, Vogt, Ackerman, Epstean, Francis, 

Gosselin, O'NeiU (7th ward), Potthoff. 



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LIV INDEX. 

Public Buildings. 

Conway, Madden, Best, Kerr, Kent, Bidwill, Marrenner, Martin, Ackerman, Mor- 
rison, Lutter, Gallagher. 

Elections. 

Hepburn, Swift, Mann, Smith, Swigart, Campbell, Wadsworth, Bidwill, Reddick, 

Horan, Noble, Kleinecke, Muelhoefer. 

Streets and Alleys— South. 
Noble, Kerr, Epstean, Horan, Marrenner, Hepburn, Vogt, Reed, Carey, Utesch, 

Howell, Bartine, Ackerman. 

Streets and Alleys— West. 

Kent, Campbell, Cooke, Loeffler, Bidwill, Schumacher, Swigart, Keats, Reddick, 
Ellert, *Mulvihill, Mahony, Powers, Conway, Sayle. 

Streets and Alleys— North. 

Muelhoefer, Wadsworth, Hage, McGillen, Larson, Kleinecke, Finkler. 

Police. 

Reddick, Kent, Kamerling, Larson, Haussen, Francis, Utesch, Epstean, Finkler, 

Shepherd, Rohde, Wall, Kunz. 

Wharves and Public Grounds. 
Keats, Hepburn, Bartine, Swigart, Peck, Francis, Best, Cooke, Muelhoefer, Klein- 
ecke, Kenny, Gallagher, Brennan. 

Harbors and Bridges. 
Howell, Best, Francis, Kamerling, Vogt, Hage, Sayle, *Mulvihill, Coughlin, 

Knowles, Kunz. 

Markets. 
Vogt, Smith, Epstean, Kelly, Reed, Stuckart, O'Neill (7th ward), Dorman, Mulcahy, 

Ryan, Potthoff, Brennan, Wall. 

Wharfing Privileges. 

Swigart, Swift, Madden, Mann, Howell, Martin, Haussen, Best, Powders, Ryan, 

Coughlin, Carey, Mahony, Gosselin. 

Bridewell. 

Ackerman, Campbell, Madden, Swift, Larson, Conway, Ernst, Kamerling, Stuckart, 

Dorman, Kelly, Ellert, Morrison. 

License. 

Horan, Smith, Vogt, Reddick, Kamerling, Peck, Hage, Mann, Finkler, Rohde, 

* Howell, Ernst, Reed. 

Local Assessments. 
Bartine, Howell, Shepherd, ^Mulvihill, Stuckart, Wall, Morrison, Kunz, O'Neill (7th 

ward), Kelly, Potthoff, Mulcahy, Lutter. 

Printing. 
Marrenner, Bartine, Francis, Utesch, Sayle, Haussen, Larson, Tripp, Gosselin, 

Loeffler, Kenny, Schumacher, Knowles. 



*NoTE— Aid. Mulvihill, Seventeenth Ward, diM January 26, 1894. 



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EXPLANATORY, 



In the Index frequent abbreviations will be found, for the better understanding of 

which, the following explanation is given: 



Con. in Concurred in. 

Def Deferred. ^ 

Fin Committee on Finance. 

F. & W.. " " Fire and Water, 

G., O. & E. L " " Gas, Oil and Electric Lights. 

H &B " " Harbor and Bridges. 

H.&C.R '' '' Health and County Relations. 

Jud " " Judiciary. 

Local Assts " " Local Assessments. 

Pub Published. 

P. B Committee on Pub. Buildings. 

P. W Department of Public Works. 

R. R Committee on Railroads. 

Ref Referred. 

Recom Recommitted. 

Recon Reconsidered. 

S. & A., S. D. Committee on Streets and Alleys, South Division. 

S.&A.,N.D " " " '' " North 

S. &A.,W. D " " " " «' West 

Tabled Temp Tabled Temporarily. 

W. & P. G Committee on Wharves and Public Grounds 

Wharf. Priv Wharting Privileges. 



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Guide to Index, 



APPOINTMEN TS 

BOARD OP EDUCATION 

CITY CLERK 

CITY COLLECTOR 

CITY COMPTROLLER ! 

CITY COUNCIL 

CITY TREASURER 

COMMITTEE ON ELECTIONS '. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE 

COMMITTEE ON FIRE AND WATER 

COMMITTEE ON GAS, OIL AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS 

COMMITTEE ON HARBORS AND BRIDGES 

COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND COUNTY RELATIONS 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY. . . .-. 

COMMITTEE ON LICENSE 

COMMITTEE ON POLICE.... 

COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS 

COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS 

COMMITTEES, SELECT 

COMMITTE E ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, NORTH DIVISION 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, SOUTH DIVISION 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, WEST DIVISION 

COMMITTEE ON WHARVES AND PUBLIC GROUNDS 

COMMITTEE ON WORLD'S FAIR 

COUNCIL MEETINGS 

DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

DEPARTMENT OF LAW 

DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC WORKS 

DIRECTORS PUBLIC LIBRARY 

ELECTIONS 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF LAMP POSTS 

ESTIMATES, COST OF— MISCELLANEOUS 

ESTIMATES OF COST OP PRIVATE DRAINS 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF SEWERS 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF SIDEWALKS 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF STREET IMPROVEMENTS 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF WATER SERVICE AND WATER SUPPLY PIPES. 

INSPECTOR OF GAS 

INVITATIONS 

MAYOR 



MISCELLANEOUS 

OFFICIAL BONDS 

ORDERS— GENERAL 

ORDERS— LET CONTRACT 

ORDERS— STAYING 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL 

LAMP POSTS 

OPENING, WIDENING AND EXTENDING 

PRIVATE DRAINS 

REPE \LING 

SEWERS 

SIDEWALKS 

STREET IMPROVEMENTS 

VACATIONS 

WATER SERVICE AND WATER SUPPLY PIPES. 

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

REMONSTRANCES 

RESOLUTIONS 



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LXXX 

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LXXXII 

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LXXXIII 

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CIX 

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CLxxxm 

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CCIII 

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CCX VII 

CCXXXIII 

CCXXXV 

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INDRX. 



APPOINTMENTS. 



Abrahams, Geo., Bailiff Third District Police Cqurt ; Con. 

Ackerman, Wm. K., City Comptroller 

Asay, Wm. C, City Prosecutor 

Aschan, G. A., Clerk Ninth District Police Court 

Banyon, Horace, Clerk Third District Police Court 

Behrens, Theo., Bailiff Tenth District Police Court 

Board of Education, sundry members of 

Bradwell, Thos. B., Police Justice First District 

Brandecker, F. X. Jr., City Collector 

Brennan, Michl., Superintendent of Police 

Brosseau, Z. P., Director Public Library , . , 

Burke, Robt. E., Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Burke, Wm., Dog Poundkeeper 

Collins, Edward, Poundkeeper West Division 

Cunningham, A., Poundkeeper Eight District 

Custy, Louis M., Bailiff Fourth District Police Court 

Deiterich, Chas. F., Market Master Randolph Street Market 

Diener, T. C, Director Public Library 

Dohney, Michl., Bailiff First District Police Court 

Donovan, H. F., Inspector of Gas 

Dooley, Jas. C, Police Justice Second District 

Doyle, Jas. M., Police Justice Third District 

Duggan, Patrick, Bailiff Ninth District PoUce Court 1 

Dunn, Geo. M., Chief Clerk First District Police Court 

Eberhardt, Max, Police Justice Second District 

Eisendrath, Simeon B., Commissioner of Buildings 

Egan, Thos., BaiUff Eighth District PoUce Court 

Egan, Thos. C, Bailiff Hyde Park Police Court 

Emery, Thos., Poundkeeper, Jefferson , 

Finn, Timothy, Poundkeeper, South Side. , 

Foster, Geo. P„ Police Justice First District 

Glennon, E. T., Police Justice Sixth District 

Hafenberg, M., Bailiff First District Police Court 

Haskins, John F., Bailiff Seventh District Police Court (Hyde Park) 

Hennessy, J. J., Police Justice Eighth District 

Hughes, Patrick, Bailiff Fifth District Police Court 

Jones, H. J., Commissioner of Public Works 

Keane, M. J., Member of Board of Education 

Kohtz, Louis O, Member of School Board 

Kraus, Adolf, Corporation Counsel 

Littledale, Jno., Clerk Seventh District Police Court 

Lowman, Math., Clerk Sixth District Police Court. 

Mangier, Wm., Inspector of Oils 

Mendelsohn, Jac, Clerk First District Police Court 



Page. 

in 124 

1371 

43 
230 
124 
124 
700 
125 

43 
766 
552 

44 
425 
125 
333 
124 
230 
552 
124 

43 
125 
125 
231 
1946' 
125 
1566 
124 
1623 
284 
284 
125 
126 
124 
552 
126 
124 

42 

48 
1149 

42 
124 
124 

48 
124 



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INDEX. 



APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 

Page. 

Moody, Jiio. A., Deputy ComniLssioner of Public Works Con. in 49 

Moos, Bernhard, Director Public Library " 552 

Murphy, Morgan, Bailiflf yecoiid District Police Court " 134 

Novak, E. J., Clerk Second District Police Court " 426 

Nugent, Edwd., Poundkeeper, Englewood " 230 

O'Neill, Stephen, Clerk Eighth District Police Station " 332 

Porter, A. R., Police Justice Seventh District " 126 

Purtell, John, Poundkeeper, South Chicago " 552 

Quinn, Michael J. , Police Justice Seventh District " 126 

Reynolds, A. R., Commissioner of Health " 43 

Robbins, Noble T., Police Magistrate Tenth Precinct Police Court " 1868 

Roelle, E. J., Clerk Fifth District Police Court " 124 

Rubens, Harry, Corporation Counsel '' 1372 

Rynearson, Jas., Bailiff Seventh District Police Court " 124 

Schoffen, J. C, Clerk Tenth District Police Court " 124 

Schofield, Jos., Superintendent Street and AUey Cleaning " 1442 

Scully, Daniel, Police Justice Third District , " 125 

Severson, O. F., Police Justice Fourth District " 125 

Sheehan, Jno. F., Bailiff Sixth District Pohce Court " 124 

Sinnot, John F., Clerk Sixth District Police Court " 767 

Sloan, Chas., Poundkeeper, Grand Crossing " 231 

Smyth, Jno. C, Clerk Fourth District Police Court " 124 

Swenie, D. J., Fire Marshal " 42 

Todd, J. F., City Physician " 125 

Tommel, A., Poundkeeper, North Division " 124 

Toolen, A. J., Commissioner of Buildings " 48 

Vogel, Herman, Bailiff First District Pohce Court " 767 

Wallace, M. R. M., Police Justice Sixth District " 126 

Wetherell O. D., City Comptroller " 42 

White, C. J., Police Justice Fourth District " 231 

Worthy, John, Inspector House of Correction " 1252 



BOAKD OF EDUCATION. 

Sale of two acres to C. & W. I. R. R. Co Finance 176 

Sale of Lots 7, 8, 9 and h). Block 5, Thompson's Sub. on Fairfield av., bet. Hirsch and 

Thompson sts Schools 1821 

, Sale of Lots 34 to 38, McChesney's Sub., cor. St. LaviTence and 63d sts " 2102 

School for the Blind, to purchase site at 19th st. and Douglas Park boul " 1898 

School building, Adams St., bet. Kedzie and Spaulding avs " 1898 

School building, Adams School, Institute pi. and Market St., for an addition to " 1898 

School building, Augusta st. site " 1196 

( " 426 

School building, Augusta st. near Noble st. -j n ^„o^ 

School building. Carter School, Wabash av. and 51st st., addition to " 51 

School building, Cornell School, Drexel av. and 75th St., addition to " 51 

School building, 56th and Morgan sts " 51 

School building, 46th and Page sts " 917 

School building, Garfield School, Page and 53d sts " 51 

School building, Grace st. and Shefi&eld av " 436 

School building, Henry St., bet. Loomis and Throop sts " 1898 

School building, Hermosa School, for addition to " 51 

School buUding, Hoffman av., site " 1196 

School building, Hoffman Avenue School, for erection of new building ^V 1044 

School buUding, Lincoln School, LaiTabee st. near Belden av., addition to " 51 

School building, Pacific School, lot Central Park and Armitage avs " 426 

School building, Point and Cornelia sts " 51 

School building, St. Lawrence av. and 66th St.. for an 8-x'oom instead of 4-room " 51 




INDEX. 



LXI 



BOARD OF EDUCATI0:N^— Continued. 

Page. 

School building, Taylor School, for additional story Schools 1252 

School building, Wolcott Street School (Ravenswood), addition to " 1454 

School building, Woodlawn School Building, for addition to " 1898 

School building, "Woodlawn Branch School, Hope av. near 64th st., addition to " 2102 

School site, Adams st., Block 2, Central Park, 2d Add " 556 

School site, Augusta St., west of Noble st .^ " 426 

School site, Brainard School site, Washburne av., to purchase addition to " 51 

School site. Block 2, Delemater's Sub., cor. Dickens and Keeney avs " 556 

School site, Henry St., bet. Throop and Loomis sts " 1336 

School site and building, cor. Jefferson and 120th sts " 126 

School site, Melville W. Fuller School, for addition to " 51 

School site, cor. Myrtle and Birch sts., to purchase " 675 

School site, Page St., Lots 1 to 10, Block 2, Schlessinger's Sub " 675 

School site, St. Lawrence av. and 66th St., request to exchange for site on Champlain av., 

bet. 65th and 66th sts " 1252 

School site. cor. St. Lawrence av. and 49th st " 1195 

School site. String st. near Loomis st " 1336 

School site, Thomas av. near Belmont av " 1336 

School site, cor. Washburne av. and Robey st " 1821 

School site, West Pullman Land Association deeds certain grounds and ask city to pur- 
chase adjoining lot, etc Con. in 773 

School site, Woodlawn Branch site, Hope av. near 64th St., for purchase of addition to Schools 2101 

Vacate alley in and open new alley near Pacific School " 426 



CITY CLERK. 

Biffar, F., complaint against Parmelee Omnibus Co., for overcharge t Filed 1298 

€ity Press Association, accepting ord. of April 10, 1893 Filed 11 

Chicago Relief and Aid Society, report of (36th annual) Filed 1156 

Cooney, P., petition for rebate on water service pipes Filed 1870 

Harrison, late Mayor, resolutions of sundry cities, in re Pub. 1124 

Invitation German Day, World's Fair, June 15, 1893 Accepted and Filed 423 

Invitation Mayor, Aldermen and City Officials to meet the new steamer, Christopher Columbus, 

etc Accepted 231 

Police, visiting chiefs, Geneneral Superintendent of Chicago requesting use of Council Chamber 

.Granted 175 

Railroad, Chicago North Shore Street Railroad Co., accepting ord. of April 5, 1893 Filed 11 

Kailroad, Jefferson Street Railroad Co., accepting ord. of April 5, 1893, bond, etc Filed 11 

Resolution of the Directors World's Columbian Exposition to the World's Fair Committee of Coun- 
cil, Chicago Day Pub. 1155 

Telephones, Chicago Twin Wire Long Distance Telephone Co., accepting ord. of April 10, 1893. Filed 11 
World's Fair, reunion of American cities, City of Ooshkosh, in re Filed 1044 



CITY COLLECTOR. 

Annual Report, 1893 Filed 1952 



CITY COMPTROLLER. 



Assessments equalized and tax levied in the various towns for years 1892 and 1893. 
Bonds, River Improvement bonds maturing July 1, 1893, to refund 



.Filed 2196 
..Fin. 51 



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LXII INDEX. 

CITY COMPTROLLER— Continued. 

Page. 

Bonds, River Improvement, ordinance for paying of Fin. 1044 

Bonds, Sewerage, River Improvement, Water, and Town of Lake Water bonds, in re., issue of 

refunding bonds Fin. 2269 

Chicago Day, World's Fair, in re., appropriation for Fin. 769 

City Printing, The Mail, bill for the special election notice of December 19, 1893 Fin. 1386 

City Printing, award of to The Dispatch Con. in 1952 

City Real Estate, submits ordinance for sale of Def. and Pub. 952 

City Real Estate, list of — not needed for city purposes Fin. 2105 

City Real Estate, Lot 44, McCreery's Sub., submitting order in re. sale of Fin. 2195 

Election expenses special election Dec. 19, 1893, order providing means for payment of Fin. 1516 

Election Commissioner's office, order providing for payment of employes Fin. 2529 

Estimates of expenses for 1894, city departments. Board of Education and Library Fin. 1632 

Engine House, near Robey st. and Milwaukee av., in re. purchase of site for. . . . -. Con. in 1568 

Engine House, site Robey St., between North and Wabansia avs., submits order authorizing pur- 
chase of Fin. 1952 

Engine House, site Robey st., between North and Wabansia avs., submits order in re Fin. 2195 

Gas bills, lighting public buildings, places, etc., statement in re., cost of, etc., for 1891-2-3 Filed 1819 

Gas, report of amount due the several companies, statements furnished by them, etc Filed 25 ^'O 

Gregory, S. S., claim in re. Lake Front cases, report of amounts paid him, etc Pub. and Def. 952 

House of Correction, reports for quarters ending Sept. '92, Dec. '92 and April 5th, '93 Filed 51 

Interest on city deposits, in re Pub. and Fin. 10 

Order authorizing him to pay sundry persons for work and material furnished the Election Com- 
missioners Fin. 1870 

Pay rolls, city employes, (see supplement to proceedings of January 29, 1894) Pub. and Filed 1633 

Pay rolls, month of January, 1894 Filed 2103 

Pay rolls, month of February, 1894, (see supplement, page 2380) Pub. and Filed 2270 

Police Station, at North and Oakley avs., in re. purchase of site for Fin. 1568 

Railroads, street railway companies', report of license paid by, for years 1883 to 1893, incls Filed 2102 

Railroads, Metropolitan "L" Co., communication in re. right of way through city property 

S. & A., W. D. 1294 

Report of receipts and expenditures. May, June and July, 1893 Pub. and Filed 769 

Report of receipts and expenditures for August, 1893 Pub. and Filed 1045 

Report of receipts and expenditures for September, 1893 Pub. and Filed 1248 

Report for the year 1893 Pub. and Fin. 1386 

Report of receipts and expenditures for January, 1894 Filed 1870 

Rogers Park, in re. contract bet. H. E. Keeler and the Village, for water supply, etc Fin. 33S 

Sundry expenses not provided for in the appropriation bill, order in re. . . , Fin. 520 

Tax levy 1893, submits ord. for Con. in 436 

Tax levy 1894, submits ord. for Con. in 2530 

Taxes, special assessments 1892 and prior years, item of $900,000, in re. city's portion of, amount 
collected, disposal of, etc Pub. and Filed 1632 



CITY TREASURER. 

Annual Report, 1893 • Pub. and Filed 1633 



CITY cou:n^cil. 



Committees, Standing Committees for 1893-4 Adopted 25 

Mulvlhill, J. N., Alderman Seventeenth ward, died January 26, 1894 1620 

Powell, Isaac N., elected Sergeant at Arms 26 

Swift, Geo. B. (Alderman Eleventh ward), elected Mayor pro tem. vice Harrison, deceased 1040 



INDEX. 



LXIII 



COMMITTEE ON ELECTION. 

Page. 

Annexation, Norwood Park, assigned to Twenty-seventh ward Con. in 1244 

Annexation, Rogers Park and West Ridge, on ord. in re. assigning to Twenty-sixth ward 

Def. and Pub. 403 

Burk vs. Reddick, contest Aldermanic, Fifteenth ward Con. in 369 

Dahlman vs. Ellert, contest Aldermanic, Sixteenth ward Con. in 369 

Kamerling, Alderman Fourteenth ward, in re. declaring the ofl&ce vacant Con. in 1244 

Marsh vs. Howell, contest aldermanic Con. in 369 

Marsh, C. C, suggest amendments to City Charter Con. in 369 

Mayor pro tern., resolution for appointment of Aid. McGillen Con. in 369 

Norwood Park (annexed to city), Election Commissioners in re Con. in 1?44 

■Obendorf vs. Mulvihill, contest Aldermanic, Seventeenth ward Con. in 369 

Rogers Park and West Ridge, on ord. assigning to Twenty-fifth ward Non-con. in 585 

Schaefer vs. Jackson, contest Aldermanic, Fourteenth ward Con. in 369 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. 

JDef. and Pub. 578 

Ahern, P., claim for loss of horse -j ^ . ggg 

^ ^ ^^o. .. X . • • ^* j Def. and Pub. 1018 

Anderson, Lars, refund of $34.41, account water service pipes, pet. tor •< . „„. 

Appropriation Bill, 1894 Def. and Pub. 1915 

Appropriation for repairs on improved streets, sidewalks, intersections, etc Def. and Pub. 991 

Appropriation for street and alley cleaning Def. and Pub. 991 

Ashfield, Hy., claim for refund of special assessments, on pet. for Con. in 580 

. ,, ^ , .,,.,. iDef. andPub. 852 

Bacteriological Laboratory m Health Department, on ord. to establish < ^ . „ .„ 

Barnes, Isabella, claim for personal injuries -l „ ' . ' ^_~ 

Bethke, Amelia, claim for loss of husband Con. in 499 

^. . ^ .X ^ , . . , 1 . . j Def. and Pub. 498 

Birtch, H. E., claim for broken carriage -< „ . .q„ 

Bolter & Son, claim for iron furnished South Chicago Police Station . 



Con. in 667 

Bonds, River Improvement Bonds, to refund Con. in 161 

Bonds, River Improvement, refunding bonds issued July 1, 1893, on ord. for Con. in 1114 

Def. and Pub. 1287 



Con. in. 



1329 



Con. in. 



857 



Bonds, Municipal and Water Bonds, due January 1, 1894, ord. for refunding of — 

Bonds, Sewerage, River Improvements, Water and Town of Lake Water Bonds, j -p. ^ d P 1 2,^69 

maturing July 1, 1894, on ord. for refunding of | 

Boyer, Fredk., claim for pay for improving Crawford av., etc Con. in 499 

Boyer, Fredk., claim for certain street improvements, on order to pay Con. in 901 

Bradley, Chas., for refund of money paid for building permits Def. and Pub. 2369 

Brauwer, Dora, claim for personal injuries Def. and Pub. 2566 

Bridge, Addison st., Department of Public Works, in re Filed 1318 

Bridge, Halsted st., on communication from Department of Public Works, in re. 
Engineer to examine 

Bridge, Kedzie av., across the north branch, estimate of cost of Con. in 2370 

_ . , .^ , ,,.,. , ■ ^- f ■ iDef. and Pub. 402 

Bridgeport Look, additional appropnation for, on reso. m re -^ . ^ _ 

Bruner, Mrs. J. W., for refund of unused license (peddler) Con. in 543 

Buck, Lottie M., claim for personal injuries •< ^ ' . " „_. 

^ Con. m 756 

Burke Bros., claim for sewer in W. 26th st Def. and Pub. 1018 

Burke Bros., claim in re. sewer in W. 22d st., report on, taken from file Re. Com. 1567 

Cameron, W. W., claim for Con. in 369 

CarroU, John, claim for injury to horse Con. in 403 



LXIV 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE ON FIKANCE-Coiitinued. 

Chicago River, danfferous condition of, etc., Department of Health, in re Con in^oi 

Chicaj?o River, South Fork, on petition for appropriation, in re., dredging of * 'con" in 2370 

Cu-cus Lake Front, communication from Mayor and order in re. (Forepaugh circus) . Def . and Pub 368 

City Attorney, request for additional help '.Def. and Pub.' 11 6 

City Offices, on order to close at 12 o'clock, M., Saturdays Con in 265 

City Printing, in re., bids for, sundry communications " "^Vf anri piih 14«^ 

City Printing, recommendation, in re .' /.V/.V.'.'.'.'.'. Non con in 1562 

City Real Estate, list of not needed for city purposes, with view of sale, etc. Con in 2566 

City Real Estate, Lot 44, McCreery's Sub. adjoining Engine House No. 47 (Jane st.), sale of .Con' in 2371 
City Treasurer, report of the Chairman of Finance Committee, in re., examination of the Treasur- 
er's bonds J. „ 

Closing City Departments May 18th, 1893, on resolution for. . ..*......,..,.'..... .'.•.'." " ^ ' ^ con\ 368 

Contingent expenses arising since the passage of the appropriation bill, on ord." in re! Def.' and Pub. 57g 

Council, adjournment for summer vacation, order in re J ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- 657 

_ ^ . ,, . . , /Con. in 724 

Crematories, Municipal Order League, petition for , _ (^^j^ j^ ^jg 

Crematories, Eagle crematory at World's Fair, report of D. P. W. in re. . . '. . . '. ". pued 124a 

Cunningham, Peter, claim for injuries to horse and buggy Con in 1018 

Cunningham, Peter, claim for injuries to horse and buggy, taken from file. . .....'.....'.'.'.".' Re-com 1238 

Cunningham, Peter, claim for injuries to horse and buggy Con. in 1243 

Davis, Benj., on order to pay him $25.00, taken from file J ^^^- ^^ 403. 

_ ,. ^ , .„ „ . / Reoom 910 

Demlmg, Jos., bill for sidewalks, crossings, etc ^ Con in 2566 

Department of Health, asking additional appropriation to guard against 'threatened 'epidemics 

Con. in 1240 

Dennison, F. A., claim for services in Prosecuting Attorney's office i ^®^- ^"^ ^"^- ^^^ 

] Con. in 943 

Dickey, Jennie A., claim for personal injuries j Def . and Pub. 265 

_, ^ , , . , . /Con. in........ 375 

Dog Catchers, m re. salaries W and Pub. 206 

Dog Catchers, salaries, order to pay C^^^ ^ 3^^ 

Electric lights at subways under 1. C. R. R., on order for ^ Con in 49» 

Electric lights, Garfield blvd, from State to 39th sts .'.'.'.".'!!!' Con in 2371 

Electric lights, Michigan ave., from 95th to 119th sts., on order to contract for'.'.'.'. .".Def and Pub 1241 
Electric lights, providing for laying conduits, cables, etc., by special assessment, Def. and Pub 1241 

the plant to be maintained by general taxation (ord. for) 1 con in 1330 

Elevators, City Hall, Department Public Works estimate of cost of two additional ....... Con in 1116 

Engle Sanitaiy Cremation Co., in re. disposal of garbage Con in 2566 

Farley, John W., claim for extra work on Madison st. system of sewers on remonstrance against 

Con. in 403 

Farley, John W., claim for pay in relation to Madison st. system of sewers -| ^^"- !^ ^^^ 

Farrell, Luck & Co., claim for $142.15 ^ °^" ^^n " ' " '•' ?3I 

j^arweii, j. V. & Co., claim for damage, account of bursting of water main Con. in 99^ 

Finkelstein, Jacob, claim for personal injuries \ ^^^- ^^d Pub. 901 

, . 1 , 1 Con. in 944 

Fire engine lot, Cottage Grove av., near 35th St., City Controller in re. ordinance for sale of .Con in 1613 

Fuermann Brewing Co., claim for refund of over pay on license Def. and Pub 2565 

Gall, C. C, refund of deposit for opening street, etc., on order for Con in 1556 

Galvin, James, claim for ^^^ .^ ^^^ 

Gammon, R. A., claim for refund of special assessment i ^®^- ^^^ ^^^- 85& 

^ , , „ / Con. in 944 

Garbage, removal of, on order to let contract for , . Con in 2370 

Garbage boxes, for ashes, metal, etc., on order providing for '.'..'.." ' . . . . * .' " ." ' .' "con. in 403: 

Garey, Michael, claim for extra help at Deering st. bridge J ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- 314 

I Con. in 37& 

Gregory, S. S., claim for services in re. Lake Front cases ■ i ^®^- ^^^ ^^^- 36ft 

'} Def 943 

Hagerstadt, Mrs., and Mrs. Hermanson, claim for personal injuries i ^^^- ^"^ ^"^ • ^*^^ 

] Con. in 374 

Healy, John, claim for personal injuries j I^^f. and Pub. 265 

Con. in 375 



INDEX. 



LXT 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Page. 

iDef. andPub. 403 
Heidrick, F. H., claim for loss of horse ; ' q^^^ j^ .^55 

JDef. and Pub. 1317 
Hennings, Catharine, claims for personal injuries ■^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

Herskowitz, M., claim for damages to horse and wagon Con. in 580 

Horst, Wm., on order to refund him $25 on account of peddler's license Con. in 857 

Honig, B., receiver South Park Ass'n, petition for rebate on saloon license Def. and Pub. 2222 

JDef. andPub. 1483 
Huyck, M. A., claim for personal injuries • -j ^^^^ ^^ jgg-^ 

. , ^. , ^ , Def. and Pub. 900 
Improvements, Loomis St., from Madison to Van Buren sts., frontmg Jefferson pk. < ^^^ ^^ ^^^g 

Interest on city deposits, in re. settlement of, majority and minority reports Def. and Pub. 204 

Interest on city deposits, resolution and order in re., majority report Con. in 328 

Interest on judgments againt city, ord. providing for payment of. Con. in 2566 

'Def, and Pub., 1188 

Con. in 1245 

Def. and Pub.. 1316 

Con. in 1436 

Def. and Pub.. 1612 

LCon. in 1942 

Def. and Pub.. 992 

Con. in 1077 

Johnson, Jac, order to refund him $210.87 paid on Warrant 16546 '. Con. in 902 

) Def. and Pub.. 855 
Kennedy, John, claim for refund of fine , -j ^^,^^ ^^ jggQ 

Def. and Pub.. 206 
Kowalski, Chas., claim for personal injuries -j ^^^ j^ 3^^ 



Jaxon, Honore J., claim for extra work on contract. 



Johnson, H. E., refund of fine, $27.00, order for. 



Kramer, Mrs. Agnes, claim for personal injuries. 



Def. and Pub.. 544 
Con. in 754 

Kuse, Dr. J., claim for services (see Reese) Con. in 1188 

Lamps, gas lamps, communication from Department Public Works, in re Con. in 658 

, , \ Def. and Pub., 401 

Lamp posts, Indiana av., from 51st st, to 55th St., on ord. for ^ ^^^ .^ ^g^ 

Lamps, Washington Heights, communication from John Lutter, in re Con. in 369 

Leonard, John, claim for pay for lumber in building torn down by Department Public Works, on 

order to pay Con. in 658 

\ Def. and Pub. 1482 
Libei-man, H,, claim for personal injuries , ^ ^^^ j^ jggj 

( Con. in 315 

Lyons, John, claim for sewer in Homan av. i Def. and Pub. 578 

^ i Con. in 756 

McKindley, D. W., lease of E. line of private alley running north from 24th st., on order for. .Con. in 499 

\ Def. and Pub. 543 
McMahon, John P., claim for personal injuries < ^^^ j^ gg^ 

Def. and Pub. 1115 
MoNulty, P. J., claim for interest in re. 12th st sewer -< ^^^ .^ j^gg 

Manufacturers' Building, World's Fair, Committee of 'World's Columbian Exposition, Real Estate 

Board and Citizen Committee, in re Con. in 1317 

\ Def. and Pub. 901 
Masterson, Mrs. Kate, claim on account death of her son < ^^^^ j^ g -^ 

Mazarakos, Jas., refund of fine, on pet. for Con. in 499 

Mercer, Robt., claim for personal injuries Con. in 499 

MiUer, Martha, claim for personal injuries ^ Con. in 500 

Monaghan, Jno., claim for license unused Con, in 7 '8 

Murphy, T. D., claim for extra pay Con. in 315 

Murphy, Mrs. Lizzie, claim for personal injuries Con. in 579 

\ Def. and Pub. 856 
Murphy, Daniel, claim for refund of special assessment -j p . qg~ 

Netcher, Charles, lease of Madison st. property, on petition, in re Con. in 264 

.,.,,. .. i Def. and Pub. 856 

O'Brien, M., claim for refund of money paid for unused building permit -{ ^ 2^32 



LXVI 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE-Continued. 

O'Brien, W. C, claim for personal injuries J I>ef . and Pub. 1482 

I Con. in 1.561 

O'Connor, John, claim for personal injuries J Def. and Pub. 544 

O'Donnell, Ed, claim in re. sewer in Yates av | Con. in ... 667 

Con. m 748 

O'Haven, E. F., claim for service as Milk Inspector, on order to pay i ^^^- ^"^ ^^^- ^^ 

] Con. in 1077 

O'Leary, P. , claim for extra pay account Archer av. bridge i ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- 314 

Pay rolls for extra men working for city before appropriation biU was passed, etc. . ^T. ^^Con' in 161 



Def. and Pub. 206 

T> n , Con. in 281 

fay roHs, sundry rolls, Water Department and Department Public Works etc J ^on. in 315 

■■■■ Con. in 376 

Def. and Pub. 543 

OOTl IT) ^ft'/' 

Pease, Dr. H. L., claim for services ^ ' V. "• -..oo 

Con. m 1188 

PhiUipson Decorative Co., rebate of amusement license J ^^^- and Pub. 657 

Police Officers, three days vacation to see World's Fair, on order for . ^ ^^^' ^'^ ron in oS 

Police Station, South Chicago, on order to let contract for steam heatmg, fixhig up grounds, etc. . . 

Prttof? M^^'f ' i'"^'- f ^\^f ^^^1^5^ ^^-^ ^^ ord;r"submSttedby Comptroller.'.Def .' and P^'u^ 16^ 

Prescott, Mrs. R., claim for rebate on special assessment Ton in 9.q-n 

Pumpmg Station, Harrison St., in re. furnaces !!.'!!!!!."!.".'.".'"" Con in S'^0 

Pumping Station, North ave., bet. Crawford and Kedzie aves i ^^^- ^^^ Pub. 365 

Pumping Works, new works for West Side, on order in re. appropriation for ^''''' '''' con'in 2371 

Public HaU, necessity for, etc., m re ^ ^I: 

Quimi, Agnes, claim for personal injuries ■■■.■.■.'.■.■.■;;;;;.■;;;.■;.■. Def; "and Pub"! 2369 

Quinn, W., pay for services at Madison Street Bridge, on petition for J ^®^- ^^^ ^^^- ^98 

Railroads, obstmction of streets; etc., Ust of. Department of Public Works on. m. . .^.^.^.^ ^086 

Railroads, track elevation, on resolution empowering the Mayor to employ engineer, in re. 

Redemption of properi:y sold in 1892, Warrant 130->7 (for W.'s. P.")! onorder for.'.'.'.'.'.'. .^. ' ^on^ta 992 

Reese, Dr. J., clahn for services (see Kuse) p, " . . j^^ 

Ring, Mrs. R.,claim for damage caused by leaking fire plug "•• ^ .....!'....... . Con in 902 

Rock, obstructing West Fork South Branch Chicago River, Mayor in re. removal of i ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

I Coil in ^T*? 

Rogers Park, on order to pay certain warrants ' " q^'^ '[^ qq^ 

Rompler, F., refunding $550.00, on order for j Def. and Pub. 317 

( Con. in 376 

Con. in 500 

Con. in 500 

Russell, Nana, claim for personal injuries j ^^^- and Pub. 717 

Ryan, Wm., claim for damage to property on account of opening of .55th st . . . . Con in 658 

Salaries of bridge keepers, S. Canal St., to appropriate for, for months of July, August, September 

October, November and December, 1893 ' j)ef. and Pub. 992 

Schultz, Fred, claim for pei-sonal injuries j I>ef. and Pub. 900 

/ Con. in 1076 

Secord, B. G., claim for damage to wagon J ^^f- and Pub. 578 

c 4. . ^ 1 Con. in 755 

sewers, county infirmary, to connect with sewer in Indng Park blvd, on order to permit. . . .Con. in 901 

Sidewalk Inspectors, claim for difference in pay J ^^^ • and Pub . 658 

/ Con. in 756 

Small-pox Hospital, Tenth ward, on petition for removal of Con in 2566 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. F., claim for personal injuries .Con! in 659 

Smith, Chas. W., claim for injuries to horse i ^^f- and Pub. 717 

1 Con. in 757 

Special assessment under Warrant No. 14469, claim of sundry persons for refund of money 

P^^^ «^ Def. and Pub. 855 



Ruddy Bros., claim for injury to hoi-se. . . . 
Rudolph, B., claim for damage to carriage. 



INDEX. 



LXVIl 



COMMITTEE ON PIN ANCE -Continued. 

Page. 

Special assessments, resolution to add 4 per cent, etc Con. in 1317 

Special election December 19tli, 1893, payment of judges and clerks, order for -( „ ' . ' ^q^„ 

Stankowski and Gorecki, order to pay them $25.00 each in re. forfeiture of bond, etc Con. in 1117 

Stronach, Wm., claim for injuries to his son Con. in 718 

Street cleaning, appropriation of $150,000 from fund " W," on order for Con. in 1556 

Stroh & Russell, claim for refund of fine Con. in 1116 

Svojse, Anna, claim for damage to property, Taylor st. viaduct. ' 



Con. in 375 

Taylor, Mrs. Emma, claim for personal injuries Con. in 659 

Third National Bank, pet. to cancel special assessment for 68th st sidewalk Con. in 1317 

Town of Lake Water Department, on reso. for additional help Con. in 499 

Tunnel, 68th st. pumping station to 99th st. and Cottage Grove av. on estimate of j Def. and Pub. 
cost of I Con. in 

J Def. and Pub. 
I Con. in 

J Def. and Pub. 
1 Con. in 



Tunnel, LaSalle St., D. P. W. in re. covering part of 

Tunnel, Lake View Tunnel, D. P. W. in re. stopping hole in bottom of. 



Viaduct over I. C. E. R. at 25th st., in re. garbage dumping Con. in 



362 
407 
402 
516 

579 
723 
204 

Viaduct, Michigan av., C. & E. I. R. R., D. P. W. in re. estimate for Com. Select, track elev. 1613 

WaiTant 14181, on order to refund money paid on Def. and Pub. 856 

Warrant 14469, to refund money paid on. Con. in 1121 

Water Electro Saline, process of purifying. Department of Health in re Con. in 902 

Water Mains, extension of, by the City, on ord. in re Con. in 658 

Water Palace, Lake Front, proposition of Mr. Hess and order to take it down Def. and Pub. 1317 

Water Service Pipes, Commercial av., order for paying by the city of special assessment for.. Con. in 1116 
Water Service Pipes, in re. the manner of assessing for, sundry communications from Dept. Public 

Works Def. and Pub. 1241 

Water Supply, Washington Heights, for additional Def. and Pub . 749 

Water Supply, Fourteenth and Fifteenth wards, report of City Engineer in re Con. in 2371 

Water Tax, 286 W. Harrison St., on order to refund \ ?^^" ^^^ ^^^' lit 

I Con. m 37o 

Water Tax, 299 Maxwell st., on order to rebate Con. in 857 

(Def. and Pub. 1286 

Water Tax, against West Chicago Park Board, on ord. to abate ■{ Def 1563 

(f. and W 1941 



Williams, J. W., refund of fine, on order for. 



j Def. and Pub. 579 
■)Con. in 723 

Def. and Pub. 1316 

Con. in 1437 

Wood worth, F. B., claim for damage to wagon and furniture ' Con. in 857 

World's Fair, order as to what the city is entitled to from proceeds of Def. and Pub. 1316 

Zupp, August, claim for personal injuries Con. in 659 



Winter, J. F., claim for refund, paid for permit and for water tax, in re. 



COMMITTEE ON FIKE AND WATER. 



Bartlett, Leroy, permit to erect frame building at 5547 Cottage Grove av., on order for Con. in 163 

Brick cottage on posts in certain districts, on order for Con. in 509 

Building, cor. Adams st. and Centre av., on order to tear down Con. in 749 

Building, rear of lot at 1054 Millard av., permit to move to front of lot, on order for Con. in 163 

Building Inspectors, in re. manner of appointments, on a resolution of sundry organizations 

Def. and Pub. 1019 

Building ordinance, to amend Sec. 1 of ord. of March 13, 1893 (in re. the removal of buildings), on 

ord. for Def. and Pub. 2022 

Building ordinance, on ord. amending Sees. 51 and 52, (in re. removal of buildings). . .Def. and Pub. 1486 

Building ordinance. Sec. 122, on ord. to amend Con. in 318 

Building ordinance, amending Sec. 231 Con. in 1487 



l^XVIII INDEX, 

COMMITTEE OX EIEE AND W ATER-Continued . 

Butler Street Founcliy and Iron Co., pennit to erect shed, on order for Con in 163 

Campbell, F., pennit to shingle brick cottage on Bremen st., on order for .Con in 1893 

Chicago Fire Underwriters, remonstrance against overhead electric traction wires. ........ !con in 2023 

Cleveland, S. E., & Co., permit to erect shed, on order for Con" j^ jgg 

Dake bakeiy, pennit to connect automatic sprinkler with water main, on order for! ....... Con in 163 

I>epartment of Water, to establish, on order for C^jj' i^^ jgg 

Dole, J. , permit for key to fire plug on Mead st. , on order for Con in 2130 

Drew, John, permit for frame building (addition to) at 2706 Union av., on order for. . .Def. and Pub 1287 

Eichendorf, Mr., permit for bay windows, on order for Con in 2023 

Eggette Coal Co., permit to erect shed. con in 544 

Electric Theatre Co, permit to erect building, on order for Con in 509 

Feinberg, Jacob, pennit to erect addition to buUdmg 122 South Desplaines St., on order for Con in 1893 

Forschler, Thos., permit to cover bam at 302 South Canal st., on order for Con in 164 

Fruit stand, near cor. Sedgwick st. and North ave., on petition and order for .... Con in 1189 

Gibon,H., permit for bay window Con;in2023 

Gotthelf , Jos., sheds on Stony Island ave, on order for pennit to erect Con in 509 

Groves, H. W., permit for boot-black stand, 193 La Salle st Con in 544 

Griefenhagen, E. A., permit to erect buUding at 553 Dearborn ave., order for .Con in 1188 

Grand Cloak Co., pennit for bay window at State and Adams sts., on order for Con in 2022 i 

Gunning, R. J., permit for lamp on Van Buren st. on order for Con in 2022 ' 

Hariev, Wm., permit for shed at Sixteenth st. and Sawyer ave., on order for. .......... ... Con in 509 

Harlev, Wm., pennit to erect shed n..r, i,. kaa 

TT , _,- . con. m 544 

Harlev, Wm., permit to erect frame barn, on order for Con. in 1189 

Hawley, H. L., pennit to erect building at 707-709 TrumbuU ave., onjorder for. ....'....*..*.*. ..Con in 163 

Keystone Lumber Co., permit to erect frame office, on order for. . .■ Def and Pub 749 

Kimball, W. W. & Co., permit for shed near Whipple st. and 27th st., on order for '. . . . Con in 162 

Kwiathowski, F., bay wmdow and tower at Webster and Clifton aves., order for pennit. . . .Con in 1485 
Kwiathowski, F., permit for bay window at Webster ave. and Clifton ave., order for permit. Con. in 1893 

Luettich, Fred, permit for bay window at 245 Webster ave., on order for Con. in 1893 

McLennon, permit to lay steam pipe across 31st st., on order for Con in 163 

Marrchke, A. , permit to erect building at 3629 Lincoln st., on order for .".".'.*.".'.' .* . .' . .Con in 1 62 

Metropolitan Tower Co., permit for tower at Stony Island av. and 57th St., on petition for. .Conl in 163 

Murwick, Chas., pennit for cottage at 3845 Union av., on order for permit Def. and Pub. 1288 

Ohler, Adolph, pennit to erect brick cottage at 3047 Lyman st., on order for Con. in 2022 

Poolos, John, permit for barber pole, on order for Con in 2023 

Prim, Maitin, permit to erect barn at 602 22d st., on order for '. '. . . . . . Con! in 163 

Railroad, A . T. & S. F. R. K. Co. , warehouse at foot of 17th st. , on petition for .... . . . .' . .' .' . . .' Con. in 1487 

Reynolds, G. E. & C. J., sheds at 57th st. and Washington av., on pet. and order for permit. Con. in 162 
Rmn, Mrs. J. L., permit for addition to buUding, 349 Oakwood blvd., on order for Con. in 162 

RoLff & Co., lumber yard, on petition and order for permit i ^®^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

„ , . ^ , ] Con. in 548 

bergott, Frank, pennit for addition to building at No. 20 Brigham st., on order for. Con. in 1893 

Shannon, J., permit to erect frame barn, order for Con. in 1188 

SiddaU, Frank, permit for building at 667-681 E. 43d St., on order for Con. in 162 

Smith, J. A. & Co., permit to lay pipe across Madison st., order for Con. in 2023 

Smith, J. A. & Co., permit for pipe across Madison, Union and Halsted sts., on order for. . . .Con. in 2023 

Smith, Simon, frame building at 3843 Lowe av., order for pennit to finish Def. and Pub. 1288 

Spaulding & Merrick, permit to erect canopy, on order for Con. in 1892 

Storm Doors, order for pei-mits .Con in 1188 

Suwalski, John, pennit to erect additional story to buUding, 415 Elston av., on order for. . .Con. in 162 
Thompson & Sweet, permit to erect theater pavilion at Cottage Grove av. and 61st st, on petition 

and order for Con. in 162 

Water, report m re. the amount used by and rates charged brewers, packers, etc. . . .Def. and Pub. 749 

Water Supply, Fourteenth and Fifteenth wards, report of City Engineer in re Con. in 2130 

Water Taxes, religious, charitable and educational institutions, on order exempting them from 

payment p^f ^^^ -p^^ ^im 

Water Taxes, West CTiicago Park Commissioners, on ordinance abating Con in 2130 

Waukesha Hygeia Mineral Spring Co., on ord. amending ord. of July 20, 1891, and Sept. 12, 1892. 

majority and minority report Def. and Pub 317 

Weiss, Leopold, pennit for addition to building at 1029 N. Oakley av., on order for Con. in 162 

World's Fair Waiting Room at foot of Van Buren st., on order for permit, majority and minority 

^^P^^^' Def. and Pub. 508 

Zimmer, E. J., permit to reconstruct building at 2620-2630 La Salle St., on order for Con. in 163 



INDEX. 



LXIX 



COMMITTEE OK GAS, OIL AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 

Page, 

Electric lights, bet. Halsted and Morgan sts., 71st and 75th sts., on pet. and order for. .Def. and Pub. 1490 

Electric lights, Mutual Electric Light and Power Co., on ord. for franchise Def. and Pub. 510 

Electric lights. Mutual Electric Light and Power Co., on ord. granting rights south of 47th st 

Non-con. in 585 

Electric lights. Mutual Electric Light and Power Co., on ord. for franchise Taken from file 1074 

Electric lights. Mutual Electric Light and Power Co., on ord. for franchise. (This is an error; see 

correct report, page 1557) • Def. and Pub. 148T 

Electric lights. Mutual Electric Light and Power Co., on ord. granting rights to Def. and Pub. 1557 

Electric lights, Mutual Electric Light and Power Co., on ord. gi-anting franchise Con. in 2249 

Electric lights. People's Light and Power Co., on Madison av., bet. 60th and 63rd sts., on pet. and 

order to rescind permit • Con. in 149.0 

Electric lights, Sparr & Weiss, permit to lay electric wires in Seventeenth ward, on j Def. and Pub.. 509 

ord. for } Con. in. 1075 

Electric lights, Shields av., bet. 53rd and 55th sts., on pet. and order for Con. in 1490 

Gas, gas companies to place stop cocks on outside of buildings, on communication from the Mayor 

in re Con. in 1490 

Gas, Watson, Henry, for franchise, ord. amended, (see Chicago Metropolitan Gas Co., page 1860). . . 

Con. in 1856 

Lamp posts, iron posts for gasoline lighting, on ord. in re Jud. 944 

Smeeth, E., permit to run electric wire across Lake st., order for Con. in 1490 

Turner, E. T., permit to string wire Def. and Pub. 318 

Wright, C. J., permit to lay pipe and electric wire across Adams and Dearborn sts., on order for. . . 

Con. in 1351 



COMMITTEE ON HARBORS AND BRIDGES. 

Bridge, Van Buren St., on resolution for single span bridge Def. and Pub. .546 

Bridge, Van Buren St., for double roadway bridge in connection with Metropolitan L. R. R., on 
resolution in re Con. in 584 



HEALTH AND COUNTY RELATIONS. 

Dead animals, removal at night only, on order for : • • Con. in 514 

Garbage, Sixth ward, to stop dumping of, to arrest drivers of scavenger wagons,' on order j Con. in 513 

in re | Con. in 514 

Privy vaults, construction and maintenance of, on ox'der for Con. in 514 

Rendering establishment, Robey st. and 35th st., petition for removal of Con. in 514 

Scavenger work, letting of contract for Department of Health, in re Con. in 514 

Sewer, purification of, proposition of the Antiseptic Sanitary Co. and ord., in re Pub. and Pin. 720 

Sweater system, Department of Health, in re Con. in 514 



COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY. 



Appropriation of money not raised by taxation, resolution in re Con. in 1617 

Bonds, Improvement bonds, to anticipate payment of special assessments, ordinance providing 

for (two ordinances). Def. and Pub. 2128, 2129 

Building Ordinance, order for opinion in re Con. in. 1617 

■a nA- ^ /.• A A- c ^- r,r> A^io j Def . and Pub. 2127 

Buildmg Ordinance, on ord. amendmg Sections 77 and 118 < ^ . ^^^ 

Bridges, closing of, on ord. amending Sec. 984, M. C. of 1881 (1493 of 1890), in re Con. in 173 

Chicago Teamster's Union No. 1, in re. employment of Union teamsters Con. in 208 



LXX 



INDEX. 



269 

720 
351 



858 
207 
407 
858 

171 

208 



COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY-Continued. 

Department of Public Works, on ordinance repealing ord. for establishing a Dept. of Street and 
Alley Cleaning.. ^^^ .^ g^g 

<^afe, agreement bet. the city and gas companies, on resolution in re. legality of, etc. .Def. and Pub 2129 
Horses and Vehicles, ordinance to prohibit standing on street in business district. . . .Def. and Pub. 1616 

Illinois Humane Society, special police for, on ord. in re \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

_ ' '" / Con. in 

Improvements, all where contracts are not signed, and let where assessments have been made to 

readvertise for r^ • 

Improvements, pubhc imp. Rogers Park and West Ridge, resolution in re., contract for. . . .Con in 
Improvements, Wabash ave., from 39th to 55th sts., D. P. W., in re., forfeiture of contract .. Con. in 1617 
Improvements, water pipes and drains where sewers are not in and all improvements that cannot 

be completed this year to withdraw order for collection, see page 803 .Con. in 858 

Inspector of Oils, on ordinance amending Article 1, Chapter 13, M. C. of 1881, j Def. and Pub 2125 

changing from fee to salaried office, regulating inspection, etc \ Con. in 2376 

Labor Agencies, pet. to abolish and opinion of Law Department, in re .Con. in 1889 

Lamp Posts, iron posts for gasoline lighting, on ord. repealing all ord: for Def. and Pub. 1018 

Laimdries, steam laundries, ordinance concerning the location of Con. in 

Licenses, ball galleries, courts, etc., on ord. in re J ^®^- ^^^ P^^^- 

T. J. „ /Non-con. in... 

Licenses, drivers of vehicles, ord. amending Article 12, M. C con. in 

Metal Bottle Stoppers, prohibiting second-hand and junk dealers from buying or seliing on ord 

in re ^ ^ . ' 

i/r-n T%- • • Con. in. 

jMilk Division, Health Dept., on ord. to amend'ord. of November 21, 1892 Con in 

Municipal Code, ord. amending Sec. 675 of Art. 3 (Prosecuting Atty.), authorizing compromise in 

certain cases Def . and Pub. 2130 

Northwestern Terra Cotta Co., water tanks, order for permit Con. in 1617 

Quarry Pits, 75th st. and Railroad av., on ord. to close ! !con. in 377 

Railroads, C. & N. W. E. R. tracks in alley south of Lots 2, 3, 6, 7, 10 and 11, etc., J Def. and Pub 

on order for removal and letter from Dept. Public Works 1 Con. in 

Railroads, elevation of tracks, removal of, where trespassing, etc., on order in re Con. in 

Railroads, elevation of tracks, order authorizing the Mayor to employ an engineer, in re. . . .Con. in 

Railroads, grade crossing, citizens of Thirtieth and Thirty-first wards, in re Con. in 

Railroads, steam railroads, to come to full stop at crossing, on ord. in re Con. in 

RaUroads, street car companies, on ord. to prohibit carrying more passengers than can be 

^ .^^^^Y Con. in 

Kailroads, to prohibit passengers from riding on foot boards and steps, etc Con. in 1019 

Railroads, unlawful occupancy of public streets, etc., on order for report in re., for removal 

^ of' etc ^^^ .^ ggg 

Kag Dealers, order for ord. to prohibit in residence districts Pub. and Con. in 1616 

Real Estate, Western Avenue M. E. Church gives to city for public street or highway Con. in 1190 

Rogers Park, impts. projected, on order for return of money already collected Def. and Pub. 659 

Saloons, Lake View, repeal of prohibiting ord., on pet. for Con. in 500 

Smoke Ordinance, amend Sec. 1652, M. C of 1881, on ord. for Con' in 

Special Assessments, pending in court, to Public Works for repealing ordinances Con. in 

Special Assessments, to amend Sec. 1053, M. C, on ord. repealing ord. of July 21, 1892, with sundry 

reports, etc Def. and Pub. 

Special Assessments, ord. to repeal ord. of July 21, 1892, amending Sec. 1053, M. C Con. in 

Sewer and Pumping Works, 83d st., etc., order Law Dept., to perfect appeal to Sup. Court, etc. 

Con. in 1617 

fepectatonum. Commissioner of Buildings in re. tearing down Con. in 1617 

Sunday Closing Ordinance, report in re Recom. 2149 

Sunday Closing of Stores, etc., on order in re Def. and Pub! 1890 

Unemployed, report, pet., order and resolution in re Def. and Pub. 1613 

Unemployed of the city, pet. and sundry orders and resolutions in re In part Con. in 1667 

Urinals, erection of for public, on order for Con. In 500 

Western Avenue M. E. Church, accepting from them certain real estate for public highway 

Def. and Pub. 857 

Worid's Fair, certain literature, etc., to turn over to the Chicago Public Library, order for Mayor 

to communicate in re.' Con. in 1617 



316 

587 
719 
720 
208 

208 

858 



280 
315 

500 
547 



INDEX. 



LXXI 



COMMITTEE ON LICENSE. 



Peddlers, defining and governing, on ord. for. 



Page. 
i Def . and Pub. 322? 



I Con. in 1495 

Peddlers, amending Sections 1, 2, 3, order of December 14, 1891, in re. license j Def. and Pub. 1855 
fee, etc, on ordinance for | Con, in 1894 



COMMITTEE ON POLICE. 

Dougherty, Jas., police officer, alleged misconduct of, Mr. A. D. Clinton in re Con. in 907 

Gambling, order to enforce ordinance in re Con. in 908' 

Greif 's Hall, trade and labor organizations in re. police raid Con. in 907' 

Police officers, three days' vacation to see "World's Fair, order for Def. and Pub. 907 

Police officers, order to grant ten days' vacation during the year Con. in 908 

Police officers, honorary, to be appointed during World's Fair Con. in 90T 

Police officers, discharged for drunkenness, on order not to re-instate Con. in 907 

Saloons and disreputable resorts in vicinity of Lake and Clark sts., communication from John 

Gerrity in re Def. and Pub. 907 



COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS. 



Improvement, Canal. St., from Fulton to Kedzie, on order for R. R. Cos. to improve. .Def. and Pub. 23rf 
C. & W. I. R. R. Co., for railway on Dearborn st. and 4th av., bet 12th and 15th sts., ord. for 

Def. and Pub. 99.5' 

C, M. & St. P. R. R., viaduct approach to Carroll av., permit to remove, to lay j Def. and Pub. 1847 

tracks, and to extend Wyman st., etc., on ord. for 1 Con. in 194:^ 

North Chicago St. R. R. Co., FuUerton av., bet. Clark st. and Milwaukee av., ord. for, Def. and Pub. 992 
North Chicago Electric Ry. Co., for franchise on Lincoln and Milwaukee avs., on j Def. and Pub. 1848> 

order for j Con. in 2034 

Star Coal Co., switch track across Blackhawk st., ord. for Con. in 903 

Tracks laid without authority, on ord. to prohibit use of steam as a motive power. .Def. and Pub. 2371 
West Chicago and North Chicago St. Ry. Cos. in re. change of motive power, j Def. and Pub. 237^ 

amending oi^d . of March 21, 1892 1 Considered 2574 



COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS. 



Board of Education, Mayor's nomination of sundiy members Non-con. in 700 

Everest, Nancy T., quit claim deed, on 6rder for Con. in 169 

School Building, Adams School, cor. Institute pi. and Market st i ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

I Con. in 2150 

School Building, Adams st., bet. Kedzie and Spaulding aves i ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^O 

I Con. in 2150 

School Building, Armour Street School, for addition to Con. in 171 

School Building, Augusta st. near Noble st ) Def. arid Piib. 1484 

r Con. in ,' 156^ 



156^ 

S3hoool Buikling, Carter S ^hool, for addition to \ ^^^- ^^^ P^^^- ^10 

Con. in 32& 



I 



LXXIl 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Page. 



School Building, Cornell School, for addition to \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

I Con. in 325 

School Building, Elston ave site, to erect Con. in 121 

School Building, Fifty-fourth Street School, for addition to Con. in 121 

School Building, 56th and Morgan sts., to erect i ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

I Con. in 324 

School Building, Fulton st. and California ave Con. in 170 

School Building, Garfield School, Page and 53rd sts., to erect \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^ 

|Con. m 325 

School Building, Grace st. and ShefBeld av \ ^^^- ^^^ "^^^^ ^^ 

I Con. in 668 

School Building, Henry st., bet. Throop and Loomis sts ■) ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

I Con. in 2149 

School Building, Hermosa School, for addition to \ ^^^- *° ^^^ 

I Con. in 325 

School Building, Hoffman av. site,' cost of proposed buUding ■! ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

I Con. in 1368 

School Building, Hoffman Avenue School, to tear down old building and erect new-l 

School Building, Lincoln School, Larrabee st., near Belden av., for addition to -< 

School Building, Pacific School lot, Central Park and Armitage av i ^^[- f^^ ^^^' 5?J 



Def. and Pub. 1318 
Con. in 1369 

Def. and Pub. 211 
Con. in 326 



School Building, corner Page st and 46th st 

School Building. Point st. and Cornelia st., to erect. 



■1 



Con. in 667 

Def. and Pub. 1019 
Con. in 1289 

Def. and Pub.. 212 

Con. in 326 

School Building, Sholto St., bet. Good and Better sts ) Con. in 170 

School Building, St. Lawrence av. and 66th st., for 8-room instead of 4-room bldg. •< ^^^' ^^^ ^^^" ^^^ 

I Con. m 324 

School Building, Taylor Street School ,for addition to i ^®^- ^^^ ■^^" ^^^^ 

j Con. in... 1367 

School Building, Vedder Street School, for addition to Con. in 171 

School Building, Washburn School, for addition to Con. in 121 

and Pub.. 1557 

.in 1666 



School Building, Wolcott Street School, for addition to. 



Jd^. 

' I Con. 



School Building, Woodlawn Scho ol, for addition to } ^®^- ^^^ ^"^- ' ^^^ 

^ Con. in 2150 



School Building, Woodlawn Branch, Hope av. near 64th st. 



■] 



Def. and Pub.. 2223 
Con. in 2378 



Sale of Lots on Fairfield av., bet. Hirsch and Thompson sts *.. . • -I "'^®^* .^^^ ^^^" ^^^^ 



....] 



Con. in 1941 



School Site, Adams st., Lots 23 to 33, Block 2, Central Park Second Addition i Def . and Pub. 660 

I Con. In 757 



School Site, Augusta st., near Noble st., to purchase. 



School Site, Brainard School, to purchase addition to . 



Def. and Piib. 581 

Re-com 849 

Def. and Pub. 902 

Con. in 944 

Re-com 508 

Con. in 582 



School Site, Brainard School, on Washburn av., to purchase two adjoining lots, to j Re-com 646 

take rep. from file "j con. in 859 

School Site, cor. of Desplaines and Eighty-ninth sts Con. in 170 

School Site, cor. of Dickens and Keeney avs .) ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

I Con. in 758 



School Site and Building, Evarts av. and 61st St., to purchase Con. in 121 

and Pub. 1485 
m 1562 



School Site, Henry st., bet. Throop and Loomis sts. 



J Def. a 
I Con. ii 






INDEX. 



LXXIli 



COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS -Continued. 

Page. 

School Site and Building at Jefferson and 120th sts., to purchase Def. and Pub. 213 

School Site and Building at Jefferson and 12Uth sts., proposition of West Pullman Land Associa- 
tion in re Con. in 327 

School Site, Melville W. Fuller School, to purchase adjoining lot Con. in 169 

School Site, Melville W. Fuller School, to purchase two additional lots Def. and Pub. 212 

School Site, Melville W. Fuller School, for addition to Con. in 326 

School Site, Mont Clare School, in re. exchange of site •< ^^-^o™ 213 

/ Con. in 582 

School Sit'e, Myrtle and Birch sts., to purchase J Re-com . '. '. . . '. . 910 

(Con. in....!!!'. 1243 

School Site, Page and 46th sts., to purchase Def. and Pub. 858 

School Site, Page and 46th sts., lots in Blk. 2, Schlesinger's Sub Con. in 910 

Schoyl Site, Potomac av., near Davis St., for sale of 4 ft. strip from '. Con. in 120 

School Site, St. Dawrence av. and 49th st i ^^^- ^"^ ^^^- 1319 

I Con. in 1368 

School Site, St. Lawrence av. and 66th St., to exchange for site on Farwell av. . . . . •< ^^^' ^^^ ^^^' ^^^^ 

/ Con. in 1437 

School Site, St. Lawrence av. and 63d st.. Lots 34 to 38, McChesney's Sub., on ord. for sale of 

Def. and Pub. 2566 

School Site, String st., near 18th st J ^®f- ^^^ P^^- ^484 

I Con. in 1562 

School Site, Thomas ave., near Belmont \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

I Con. in 1666 

School Site, Yon Humboldt School, to purchase adj. lots cor. Tolman av. and Hirsch st Con. in 171 

School Site, cor. Washburn av. and Robey st i ^®^- ^^^ ^^^- 1891 

I Con. in 1941 

School Site, Woodlawn Branch School, Hope av. near 64th st., addition to ^ ^^^" ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

( Con. in 2378 

School Site, for the blind, W. 19th St., fronting Douglas Park (Morton's Sub ) ... -! ^^^- ^^^ ^"^- ^^^ 

[Con. in 2150 

Vacate and open alley, Pacific School block (Village of Jefferson) '. Con. in 581 

Workshop, supply rooms, stables, etc.. Old High School lot, Monroe st. near j I^^f- and Pub. 580 

Halstedst 1 S^;^'"'^^- •^- k' .f I 

( Def. and Pub. 1357 



COMMITTEES -SELECT. 

Harrison, Carter H., late Mayor, resolution on death of Con. in 1139 

Nomenclature, partial report and resolution in re Con. in 1841 

Open Webster ave. (or Asylum pi.), from Elston ave to North Branch of River, ord. for Con. in 996 

Open Webster ave., on pet., ord. and sundry papers in re Con. in 996 

Railroad Track Elevation, Mayor's list of accidents Con. in 2230 

Railroad Track Elevation, L. S. & M. S. Rys., Col. Filers' report in re. elevation of Con. in 2230 

RaUroad Track Elevation, L. S. & M. S. and C, R. I. & P. Rys. on ord. in re. ele-J Def. and Pub. 2230 

nation of -j con. in 2313 

Railroads Unlawfully Occupying Streets, Highways, etc., report and resolution in re. Def. and Pub. 2148 
Railroads, Union Stock Yards and Transit Co., to remove tracks from sundry streets, on resolu- 
tion in re .'....Con. in 2379 

Rosenberg Fountain, acceptance of and resolution in re Con. in 1022 

Van aeave, Jas. R. B., Ex-City Clerk, on resolution of thanks, esteem, etc Con. in 496 



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LXXIV 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE OK STREETS AXD ALLEYS, NORTH DIVISION. 



Cudahy Packing Co., permit for conduit across North av., order for, vetoed, re-con. and re 
feired 



Page. 



Con. in 2224 



Drains, Commercial av., from Lincoln to Graceland avs., on repeal ord., vetoed, 
re-con. and referred 



Improvement, Cass st., from Michigan to Rush sts., on order for (cedar blocks). 



I- < 



l,jDef. and Pub. 2228 

. I Con. in 2311 

Drains, Paulina st., from Roscoe st. to Berteau ave., on repeal ord., vetoed, re- j Def. and Pub. 2227 

con. and referred. . . . ; "j Con. in 2311 

Gas Mains, Suburban Gas Co., on order to lay gas mains in all streets in 26th ward] Def. and Pub. 2031 

that are ordered improved i con. in 2378 

Grade, sundry streets, 64th, 6.5th, 66th, 67th, Perry and Otto sts., Pemberton and Farwell a^^s., on 

ord. for Def. and Pub. 663 

Halsted Street., from Evanston av. to north terminus, change name to Clarendon av., on pet. and 

order for Con. in 860 

Improvement, alleys bet. Belden and FuUerton avs, Sheffield av. and Osgood St., on pet. and ord. 

for repeal Con. in 2031 

Improvements, alleys, bet. Belden and FuUerton avs,, Seminary av and Osgood St., on petition and 

ord. for repeal. Con. in 2031 

Improvements, alleys v^arrants Nos. 17546, 17540 and 17369, on order staying Con. in 2031 

Improvements, alleys between Webster and Belden, Racine and Clifton avs., on petition and order 

for repeal Con. in 2031 

Improvement, alleys between Webster and Belden, j On repealing ordinance Con. in 2310 

Seminary and CUfton avs | Vetoed, Recon. and Ref Def. and Pub. 2227 

Improvement, alleys between Webster and Belden avs.. Seminary and Osgood st., on petition and 

ordinance for repeal Con. in 2031 

Improvement, Cassst., from Michigan to Rush sts. (asphalt), on repealing ordi-JDef. and Pub. 1490 

nance ) Non-con. in. . . 1854 

Def. and Pub. 1492 
Non-con. in. . . 1855 
Improvement, Commercial av., from Lincoln to Berteau avs., on repeal ordinance j Def. and Pub. 2225 

vetoed, recon. and referred | Con. in 2309 

Improvements. Dayton St., from Reese st. to North av., on repeal ord., vetoed, re- \ Def. and Pub. 2226 
con. and refeiTcd , . . . "| Con, in 2310 

Improvement, Erie st., from State st. to La Salle av., on ord. for repeal J Def . and Pub. 662 

I Con. m 758 

Improvement, Franklin St., from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., on repealing ord.. vetoed, re-con. and 

referred Con. in 2223 

Improvements, Grace st., from Clark st. to Lincoln av., on repeal ord., vetoed, re- j Def. and Pub. 2226 

con. and referred j Con. in 2329 

Improvements, Hoyne av., from Roscoe boul. to Belmont av., on repeal ord., j Def. and Pub. 2225 

vetoed, re-con. and referred | con. in 2308. 

Cedar blocks, on pet. and order for ord . . . Con. in 226 

Cedar blocks, on ord. for Con. in 226 

Asphalt, on order for repeal Def . and Pub . 226 

Asphalt, on order for repeal ord Con. in. 328 

Asphalt, recommitted, to let contract Def. and Pub. 404 

Asphalt, on order to let contract Con. in 548 

Cedar blocks, on ord. for Def. and Pub. 515 

Ord. for repeal Def. and Pub. 1328 

Improvements, Paulina St., from Lincoln to Berteau avs., on repeal ordinance, vetoed, recon- 
sidered and referred Def. and Pub. 2224 

Improvements, Paulina St., from Roscoe st. to Berteau av., on repeal ordinance, j Def . and Pub. 2225 

vetoed, reconsidered and referred 1 Con. in 2398 

Improvements, Racine av., from Belmont av. to Clark st., on petition and order not to repeal 

Def. and Pub. 860 

Improvements, Shefifleld av., from Weed st. to North av., on repeal ordinance, j Def . and Pub. 2224 

vetoed, reconsidered and referred 1 Con. in 2307 

Improvements, Stone st., from Goethe st. to Bank St., on repeal ordinance, vetoed, reconsidered 

and referred Con. in 2224 

Improvements, sundry streets in Twenty-sixth ward, on petition and order to stay. . .Def. and Pub. 860 

Improvements, Superior st., from Clark st. to east terminus Def. and Pub. 1491 

Open alley between Dearborn av. and (-tate j^t., from Schiller st. south, on petition and order for 
repeal Con. in 1617 



Improvements, La Salle av., from Chi- 
cago av. to Clark st 



p 



l^DEX. 



LXXV 



COMMITTEE ON STEEETS AND ALLEYS, NORTH DIVISION— Con'd. 

Page . 

Open Oakdale av., from Clark to Halsted sts \ ^^^- .^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

jCon. m 548 

Open Oakdale av., on order in re., which was vetoed, re-con. and referred Con. in 2223 

Railroad, Chicago North Shore Street Railway Co., for certain rights on N. Halsted st., on pet. 

and ord. for. .....; .Con. in 664 

Railroad, North Chicago Street Railroad Co., extension of cable lines, Corporation Counsel in re. 

power of the city to compel Pub. and Filed 371 

Railroad, North Chicago Street Railroad Co., Lake View citizens petition for extension of cable 

line Def. and Pub. 1493 

Railroad, North Chicago Street Railroad Co., railway on Southport av., bet. Clark st. and Cly- 

bourn av., and to connect the track on Halsted st. with track on Evanston av. . .Def. and Pub. 2373 
Railroad, North Side Electric Street Railway Co., on ord. granting franchise Def. and Pub. 2567 

Railroad, Northwestern Elevated Railway Co., on ord. granting franchise «! ??®^" ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

(Con. m 1357 

Rogers Road, from Ashbury ave. west, change name to Touhy ave., ord. for Con. in 1329 

Sewer, Hayas to Homan aves., and from Lake to Columbia aves. (Rogers Park), pet. and order for 

repeal Con. in 1490 

Sewer, Southport ave., from Hayes to Homan aves., repeal ord. vetoed, re-con. and referred. Con in 2224 

Sprinkling in Ravenswood, on order for Con. in 664 

Vacate alley bet. Halsted and Diversey st., Block 2, C. T. Sub., etc,, protest against.. Def. and Pub. 1328 
Water Service Pipes, Byron ave., from C. & N. W. Ry. to Robey st., on repeal ord- j Def. and Pub. 2229 

vetoed, re-con, and referred 1 Con. in 2313 

"Water Service Pipes, Commercial av., from Lincoln av. to Berteau av., on repeal J Def. and Pub. 2229 

ord., vetoed, re-con. and referred 1 Con. in 2312 

Water Service Pipes, Grace st., from Clark st. to Lincoln av., repeal ord., vetoed, j Def. and Pub. 2229 



re-con. and referred. 



l,JDef. 
. I Con. 



m 2312 

Water Service Pipes, Paulina St., from Roscoe st. to Berteau av., on repeal ord., j Def. and Pub. 2229 

vetoed, re-con. and referred "j con. in 2311 

Wickler, W. H., telephone poles, on order for permit Con. in 373 

Widen, Pine Grove av., on order for ord. repealing ord. of November 16, 1891 Def. and Pub. 1493 



COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, SOUTH DIVISION. 



Barrett, Geo. D., canopies at Goodall Building, order for permit Def. and Pub. 268 

Bridge, pontoon bridge at Van Buren st., order to erect Def. and Pub. 1665 

Building, southwest cor. La Salle and Washington sts., encroachment on alley Con. in 860 

Chicago Opera House, permit for banners, on order for Def. ancj Pub. 662 

Corey, Thomas T., to move frame church, protest against Con. in 662 

Dawson, R. A., bootblk. stand on Washington andRandolph sts., on order for permit.. Def. and Pub. 318 

Dowie, A. J., permit to erect frame tabernacle on 62d st., on order for Def. and Pub. 117 

Drains, Bishop st., from 49th st. to 63d st., on repeal ord Def. and Pub. 905 

Drains, Laflin st., from 49th st. to 63d st., on repeal ord Def. and Pub. 905 

Drains, Loomis St., from 55th to 63d sts., on repeal ord Def. and Pub. 904 

Drains, 70th St., from Wentworth av. to Halsted St., on repealing ord. Con. in 2303 

Improvements — 

Alleys bet. Ellis av. and Drexel blvd . , 42d and 43d sts., on repealing ord Con. in 2307 

Alleys bet. Indiana and Michigan avs., 30th and 31st sts., on pet. and order for repeal. .Con. in 514 
Alleys bet. 30th ct., Bryant, Vincennes and Rhodes avs., on pet. and order for repeal. . .Con. in 269 

Armour av., from 57th to 58th sts . , on stay order and pet Def. and Pub. 268 

Calumet av., from 21st to 26th sts., ord. for (asphalt) Con. in 1289 

Cottage Grove av., from 22nd to 26th sts., on ord. for Con. in 860 

Dearborn st., from Jackson to Polk sts., pet. to stay .Con. in 1289 

Dearborn st., from Monroe to Madison sts., pet. for repeal .' Con. in 1289 

Dearborn st., from Monroe to Madison sts., ord. repealing Con. in 1289 

Emerald av., pet. for cedar blocks instead of macadam Con. in 1289 

Fifty-first st., from Ashland av. to Wood st., order to stay Def. and Pub. 859 



LXXVl ' INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, SOUTH DIVISION-Coi.'d. 



Improvement s— Page . 

Forty-second pi., from Vincennes av. to St. Lawrence av., on repealing ord Con. in 2296 

Indiana av., from 12th st. to 13tli st., on pet. and order for Con. in 860 

Loomis St., from 47th st. to 63d St., ord. fo iTepeal Con. in 1289 

Market St., from Randolph st. to Madison St., on pet. for repeal Con. in 1288 

Praiiie av., from 22d to 25th st., ord. for (ashpalt) Con. in 1289 

Rhodes av., from 70th st. to 73d St., on repealing ord Con. in 2297 

Robey st., from Archer av. to 39th St., on stay order Def. and Pub. 321 

St. Lawrence av., from 63d st. to 73d St., on repealing ord Con. in 2296 

Seventieth st., from St. Lawrence av. to S. Park av., on repealing ord Con. in 2298 

Seventy-second st,, from Cottage Grove av. to S. Park av., on repealing ord Con. in 2297 

Seventy -third St., from Cottage Grove av. to S. Park av., on repealing ord Con. in 2298 

Sherman st,, pet. for cedar blocks instead of macadam Con. in 1289 

Shields av., from 43d st. to 45th St., on pet. to stay Con. in 1289 

Sixty-third st., from Went worth av. to Stewart av., on repealing ord Con. in 2297 

Sixty-fifth St., from State st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., on repealing ord Con. in 2295 

Streets between 69th and 71st sts., Woodlawn av. and I. C. R. R., on pet. and order to 

stay Def. and Pub. 1938 

South Park av., from 22d st. to 26th st., ord. for Con. in 860 

Springer av., from Ullman st. to Waterville ct., on petition and order to stay — Def. and Pub. 118 

State St., from 26th st. to 39th st., on order for Con. in. 514 

System of streets (Rhodes, Keefe, Anthony and South Park avs. and 69th st.) on repealing or- 
dinance Con. in 2306 

Thirty-sixth th St., from Halsted st. to Laurel St.. on stay order Def. and Pub. 321 

Thirty-eighth St., from Halsted st. to Laurel st., on stay order Def. and Pub. 214 

Twelfth St., from Michigan av. to I. C. R. R., by private contract, on pet. for permit — Con. in 118 

Union St., petition for cedar blocks instead of macadam Con. in 1289 

Vincennes av., from Anthony av. to 73d St., on repealing ordinance Con. in 2299 

Vincennes av., from 63d st. to S. Chicago av., on repealing ordinance Con. in 2299 

Vernon av,, from 69th to 73d sts., on repealing ordinance Con. in 2299 

Jenks, P. A., permit for extension of window front, on order for Def. and Pub. 2031 

Knickerbocker Ice Co. permit to haul ice, etc., on railroad tracks south of 61st st., J Def. and Pub. 320 

on ord. for ) Con. in 405 

Open alley (north and south), bet. 51st and 52d sts., May st. and Centre ave., on pet. and order for 

Con . in 1 853 

Open aUey in Lot 3, Block 22, C. T. Sub., etc., on report and ord. for Def. and Pub. 582 

Open aUey bet . South Park and Vernon aves . , and 29th and 30th sts . , on pet . for Con. in 

^ . , , „ (Def. and Pub. 

Open, alter and extend Archer ave. (C, M. & N. Ry. Co. to pay for), on ord. for. . < ^^^ .^ 

Open Armour ave., from Cloud ct. to 59th st. , on order for Con. in 

Open and widen 48th St., from Indiana ave. to Grand boul., on order to stay Def. and Pub. 

Open Indiana ave . , from 12th st . to 14th st . , Department Public Works in re Con . in 

Open Lowe ave., from 39th st. to 41st St., and change name to Sherman st., on pet. and order for 

Con. in 

Open Sherman st., from 54th st. to Garfield boul., on order for • .Con. in 

1 Con. in. 
Open Wabash ave . , from lG7th to 109th sts . , on order for repeal 



268 

320 
666 
321 
908 
269 



722 

268 

1938 

^ Con. in 2306 

Railroads— 

Andrus, II. N., and Jaques, N. P., permit for switch track Con. in 1938 

B. & O. R. R. Co., tracks across South Chicago av. and Harbor av., on ord. j Def. and Pub. 370 
for ] Con. in 406 

Calumet and Blue Island Avenue Railroad, permit to erect gate house at Sixty-eighth st. and 
Superior ave., on order for Def .and Pub. 117 

Chicago City Railway Co., on Clark St., from Archer ave. to Washiugtoh st. on ord. permit- 
ting electric power.- — Con. in 2023 

Chicago City Railway Co., conduit on 21st st., from State st. to Wabash ave., J Def. and Pub. 2028 
on ord .for | Com in 2123 

Chicago City Ry. Co., on 63d st„ from Cottage Grove av. to State st., pei-mit to j Def. and Pub. 2023 
use electric power, on pet. and ord. for | Con. in 2151 

Chicago City Ry. Co., railway on Wallace st., from 39th st. to Root st., animal j Def. and Pub. 2026 
or electric power, on pet. and ord. for / Con. in 21.53 



INDEX; 



LXXYII 



" 



COMMITTEE Ol!^ STREETS AND ALLEYS, SOUTH DIVISION-Con'd. 



Eailroads— Page. 

Chicago City R. R. Co., to operate by electricity on 22d, 26th, 31st, 39th, 57th, f 

69th and 79th sts.. Archer av., 38th, 43d, State, Root and Halsted sts.,JDef. and Pub. 2028 

Wentworth and Ashland avs., Hanover and Wallace sts. and Vincennes 1 Con. in 2156 

av., on pet. and ord. for [ 

C. & G. T. R. R., to build culvert at Lincoln st., on order for Def . and Pub. 584 

Chicago & Hammond Ry. Co. (street railway), franchise, on pet. and ord. for Con. in 216 

Chicago & Southwestern Electric Ry ., 95th st. , on pet. and ord. for.. Def. and Pub, 265 

Detroit Stove Works, switch track, on pet. and ord. for J Def . and Pub. 369 

(Con. in 909 

Edgeworth, Patrick, switch track in Stewart av., on ord. for \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

(Con. in 908 

Edgewood & Chicago Electric Street Ry. Co., communication from the Mayor j Def. and Pub. 81 
and amending ord. of April 10th, 1893 1 Con. in 164 

JDef. and Pub. 319 

I Con. in 404 

Hoven, J., switch track, on ord. for , , .Def. and Pub. 720 

Keeley Brewing Co., switch track, on order and ord. for permit < ' ^ ^^^- 215 

I Con. in 665 

McCuUoch, Ferd, et al., ord. extending franchise 10 years \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

I Con. in 1330 



Everett & Son, switch track, on ord. for. 



814 



Swedish Ceramic Mnfg. Co., switch track, on ord. for Con. in 405 

Union Stock Yards and Transit Co., switch track, to connect with Illinois Cen- j Def. and Pub. 

tral Railroad, on ord. for 1 Con. in 

Roadway, 51st st., from Wallace st. to Ashland av., on ord. for Con. in 370 

Roadway, 51st st., from Ashland av. to Wood st., on order to change Def. and Pub. 582 

Sidewalk, Calumet av., on order for ord Con. in 662 

Sidewalk, Cologne St., at intersection of Lock st. and Fuller St., order for Con. in 1289 

Sidewalk, Homan av., from 66th to 67th sts., on repealing ord Con. in 2305 

Sidewalk, Jeffery av., from 75th to 77th sts., on repealing ord Con. in 2304 

Sidewalk, La Salle st., bet. 55th st. and Cloud ct., on pet. against cement walk Con. in 722 

Sidewalk, Palmer av., from 67th to 71st sts., on repealing ord Con. in 2303 

Sidewalk, 72d st, from Yates to Railroad avs., north side Con. in 2305 

Sidewalk, 73rd St., from Yates to Bissell avs., north side, on repealing ord Con. in 2305 

Sidewalk, 63rd St., from Halsted st. to Ashland av., on repealing ord. Con. in 2304 

Sidewalk, Walnut st., from 84th to 87th sts., order to stay Con. in 662 

Sheds, wooden shed along I. C. R. R. , on order rescinding order for Con. in 118 

Somers, Henry, permit to erect fence around hand ball court at 38th and Butler sts., on order 

foj^ .Con. in 722 

Telephone, Chicago Telephone Co., permit to erect poles, string wires, etc., in Thirty-third ward 

on order for Def. and Pub. 118 

Telegraph poles. Seminary av., bet. Belmont and Noble avs., on order for ordinance. Def. and Pub. 404 

Vacate alley in Block 1, Taylor's 2d Add. to S. Chicago, on ordinance for \ ^®^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

I Con. m 374 

Vacate alley in Block 6, Drexel and Smith's Sub., on ordinance for \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

|Con. m 327 

Vacate alley in Block 8, first addition to Pullman, on petition and ordinance for. . •< ^^^' f"^^ ^^^- ^^ 



Con. ia. 



1023 



Vacate alley in Block 49, Chicago University Add . , on ordinance for \ 5®^' ^^^ ^^^ ' '''^^ 

I Con. in 1024 

Vacate alley north of 59th st., bet. School st. and Tracy av., on petition and or- J Def. and Pub. 661 

dinance for • j Con. in 1023 

Vacate alley in Jacob's Sub., Block 1 Norton's Sub Con. in 585 

Vacate alley bet Sub. Lots 4 and 6 Ogden's Sub. of Lot 1, Block 2, School Sec. Add., on petition 
and order for Con. in 216 

Vacate alley in Sub. Lot 63, School Trustees' Sub. 16, 37, 14, ord . for •< Reported .... 1666 

( Con. in '. 1893 

Vacate 18th st., part of, at junction with Calumet av j Def . and Pub . 1189 

I Re-com 2249 

Vacate 54th st., bet. Wallace and Sherman sts., extended oi'd. for Con in 128P 



LXXVlll 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, SOUTH DIVISION-Con'd. 

Page. 

Vacate 100th St., from Avenue L to Avenue M, part of, on ord. for Def. and Pub. S19 

Vacate and open 73d ct., and open alley in Blk. 11, Herron's Sub., on ord. amending. .Def. and Pub. 214 

Vacate Streets, part of, in E. H Frac'l Sec. 8, 37, 15, on ord. for Con. in 118 

Vacate Streets and Alleys in McChesney's World's Pair Sub., on ord. for. . Def. and Pub. 859 

Van Lovee, permit for fruit stand on Michigan av. near Madison st., on order for Con. in 514 

Viaduct, Halsted st. and Archer av., communication from Dept. P. W. and the Chicago Elevated 

Terminal Ry. Co. m re Con. in 6Q2 

Ward & Co., permit to erect banner, on pet. for Con. in 1190 

Warrant No. 17334, Wentworth av. sewer, order to stay coll Def. and Pub. 215 

Water Service Pipes- 
Clark av., from 91st st. to 95th St., on repealing ord Con. in 2302; 

Cloud ct., from 91st st. to C. & W. I. R. R., on repealing ord Con. in 2302 

Garwin St., from 91st st. to 95th St., on repealing ord Con. in 2301 

Gross av., from 91st st. to 95th St., on repealing ord Con. in 2301 

Laflin St., from 47th st. to 63d St., on repealing ord Con. in 906 

Loomis St., from 47th st. to 63d St., on repealing ord Def. and Pub. 905 

Paxton av., from 67th st. to 71st St., on repealing ord Con. in 2300 

Paxton av., from 71st st to 75th st., on repealing ord Con. in 2300 

Widen Indiana av . , from Garfield blvd . to 56th st . , on repealing ord Con .in 122 

Widen Michigan av. north of 63d st., through Sub. Lot 1 of Lot 10, Nash, Rankin j Def. and Pub. 583 
& Gray's Sub., on report and ord. for 1 Con. in 4244" 



i 



COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, WEST DIVISION. 



Alley bet. Sebor, Harrison, Desplalnes and Halsted sts., on pet. and order for ord. to make it a 

public alley Con. in 750 

Arnold, J. M., permit to construct coal chute in alley, rear of 34 and 36 W. Monroe \ Def. and Pub. 2147 

St., on ord. for "j Con. in 2378- 

Braun & Pitts, to construct coal vaults, on order for permit Con. in 377 

Bromann, C, H., withdrawing petition for Ogden Street Railway Co Con. in 322 

Canal st., from Lake to Pulton St., to rearrange railroad tracks, pave, etc., on order in re. .Con. in 225 
Creamery Package Manufacturing Co., pei-mit to lay wire west end Washington st. viaduct, on 

order for Con. in 1121 

Curbstones, to change specifications for, from lime-stone to sand -stone Con. in 751 

Espert, Michael, petition Lake Street "L" Road in re Con. in 322 

Improvements- 
Alley bet. Desplaines and Halsted, Mather and Polk sts., on pet. and order for repeal. .Con. in 751 

Alley bet. Pulton and Kinzie, and Leavitt and Irving pi., on stay order Con. in 225 

Avers av., bet. Kinzie st. and Chicago av., on stay order Con. in 906 

Colorado av., from Central Park av. to Douglas blvd., order to stay coll Def. and Pub. 906 

Filmore St., from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., on pet. and order for repeal Con. in 1940 

Flournoy st., from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av. , on order for repeal Con. in 1940 

Francisco st., from Chicago av. to Division st., on pet. and order for Con. in 1121 

Grenshaw st., from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., on order for repeal Con. in 1940' 

Harvard st., from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., on order for and ord. re- \ Def. and Pub. 1940 

pealing ") Con. in 2032 

Hoyne av. , from Washington to Jackson blvds. , on ord. repealing Con. in 1117 

Jackson st., from 40th to 46th sts., on ord. for Con. in 906 

Kedzie av., from 26th st. to the Chicago River, on order for repeal Con. in 1941 

Moore st., from Wood st. to Douglas Park blvd., order to let contract. Con. in 906 

Norman av., on pet. and order for Con. in 7'23 

Ohio St., from Springfield to Avers avs., on stay order Con. in 906 

Perry av., on order for repealing ord Con. in 1351 

Polk st . , from Douglas blvd . to Crawford av . , on repealing ord -, ^^ " ^}^'^ ^"'^ " ^ ^'^^ 

I Con. in 2082 

Rumsey st . , on pet . and order for, and remonstrance against Con . in 751 



INDEX. 



LXXIX: 



COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, WEST DIVISION-Con'd. 



Improvements— Page. 

Springfield ave., bet. Kinzie st. and Chicago av., on stay order Con. in 906 

Twenty-first St., from Johnson st. to Centre av., on pet. and order for repeal Con. in 723 

Van Buren st . . from Kedzie to Central Park avs . , on ord . for repeal Con . in 723 

Warren av:, from Leavitt st. to Pollock st., on ord. for repeal. Con. in 1351 

"Warren av., from Leavitt st. to Pollock st., on order for ord Con. in 1351 

Washburne av., bet. California and Washtenaw avs., on order to proceed with Con. in 1121 

Lamp Posts, Albany av., from 25th to 26th st. (oil lamps), on order staying Def . and Pub. 1120 

Open alley from Corwin pi. to Blue Island av. , on pet. and order for Con. in 1941 

Open alley bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., Kinzie st. to Austin av., on ord. for repeal Con. in 515 

jCon. in 1941 

Open Avers av., from 22d st. to Ogden av., on ord. for i ^^^ ^^ 2^^ 

Open Congress st., from Homan to Central Park avs., on pet. for repeal of ord Con. in 750 

Open Huron st., from Eockwell st. to W. 67th st Con. in 225 

Open Leavitt St., from Milwaukee av. to Wabansia av., on ord. for repeal Con. in 225 

Open Sacramento av. across C.«fcN.W.R.E • Con. in 546 

Open Polk st., bet. Centre av. and Loomis St., abutting on Vernon Park, pet. and j Def. and Pub. 1938 



2033 

906 
545 
664 
122 



216 
378 
408 
270 
1117 
1191 



ord. to turn over to West Park Commissioners ( Con. m 

JRailroads— 

C.,B. & Q. R. R. Co., safety gates at Washtenaw av., report of D. P. W. in re Con. in 

C.,B.&Q.R.R. Co., for railway on Union and Lumber sts., on pet. and j Def. and Pub. 

ord. for | Con. in 

C, B. & Q. R. R. Co., for tracks on Union and 22d st., on pet. and ord. for Re-com. 

Chicago General Street Railway Co., on Kedzie av., bet. 22d and 31st sts., on order for re- 
moval of con. m 1351 

fDef. and Pub. 

Chicago Midland Rapid Transit Co . , on ord . for franchise < Considered. . . . 

Icon, in 

Lake St. "L" Road, railroad on sundry streets, etc., on ord. for Con. in 

iDef. and Pub. 
Lake St. "L" Road, ord. amending ord. of May 15, 1893 -j j^Q^.^on. in. . . 

Milwaukee av., from Logan sq, to Belmont av., Department Public Works in re. the laying of 

tracks Con. m 1121 

. , , ^ ^ ^ JDef. and Pub. 1355 

Northwestern Yeast Co., switch track on Bloommgdale road, on ord. for K ^^^ ^^ ^^gg 

Ogden Street Railway Co., on ord. granting franchise Con. in 723 

Tracks on Union st. from 22d st. to Lumber st., on pet. and ord. for Con. in 322 

West Chicago Street Railroad Co., railway on Armitage ave., bet. California ave. and Kimball 
ave., ord. for Def. and Pub. 1352 

West Chicago Street Railroad Co., for railway on Harrison St., from Western j gon. JJJ- • • • y • • ^ 
to Kedzie aves., on ord for | Con! in 1351 

West and South Towns Street Railway Co., for railway on West 23d st Con. in 906 

Hoadway, Irving Park boul. , from Jefferson ave to North Branch Chicago River Def. and Pub. 1938 

Sidewalk, Jackson st., from Halsted to Canal sts., on pet. and order for — ; Con. in 544 

Sidewalk, Kedzie ave., bet. Lake st. and Chicago ave Con. in 1352 

Sidewalk, Leavitt st. , from Campbell Park to Flournoy st. , on order for Con. in 751 

Sidewalk, Milwaukee ave . , from Lake st . to Western ave . , on ord .for Con . in 225 

Sidewalk, Perry ave., on order for repealing ord Con. in 1351 

Sidewalk, 12th st . , bet . California and Albany aves . , on pet . for repeal Con . in 514 

Sidewalk space, Sibley St., from Macalister st. to Gilpin pi. (west side) Con. in 545 

Special assessment Nos. 14738, 15045, 15173 and 15339, on order to stay Def. and Pub. 225 

Street and alley cleaning, report of Superintendent in re Con. in 907 

Subway under railway tracks at Robey st . , for estimate of cost of Con . in 750 

Subway, Sacramento av., in re. turning over to the city (request of Mr. T. A. Griffin) Def. and Pub. 1119 

Vacate alley in Block 1, Douglas Park boul. Add. (Bohemian Land Assn), on ord. for Con. in 1121 

Vacate alley in Block 2, Jordan's Re-sub., on ord. for Def. and Pub. 1354 

Vacate alley in Fricke & Dose's Sub. of W. 10 acres, etc., 36, 40, 13, on ord. for Def. and Pub. 2147 

Vacate alley from 45th. to 46th st., west through Block 22, etc., on petition and J Jlf'^SdPub' 1120 

ord. for | Con. in 1331 

Vacate and open alley in Blocks 1, 2, 3 and 4, John Crawford's, et al., Sub. Sec. 27, 39, 13, on ord. 

for Con. in. 750 

l^acate and dedicating alley in Block 33, Irving Park, on order for ord Con. in 2147 



LXXX 



INDEX. 



« 



COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, WEST DIVISION-Con'd. 

Vacate and oi^en alley in Lull & Mayers' Sub. W. ^ Block l Cochran's Sub., etc., on ord. for 

-- ■ ; : • • ■ ■ •; Con. in 321 

Vacate and open alley m south part of Hamilton Sub. E. 1/2, N. W. J4, Sec. 35, 40, 13, on ord. for. 

,,.'■■■;•■■*: : Def . and Pub. 514 

Viaduct, Ogdenav., for completion of , on order in re Def. and Pub. 225 

Warrant 14181, order to refund money paid on ....'.'. ...... .Con in 1121 

Water main, Colorado av . , from 40th to 46th sts . , order for !!!..'."!........... Con . in 906 

Widen Van Buren st., from Homan av. to Cross st., on ord. for repeal -J ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- '^^ 

^ ,. , . „ I Con. in 758 

Zulmski, S., area-way m alley rear of 698 Dickson st., order for permit .Def . and Pub. 1939 

Zulinski, S., area-way in alley rear of 698 Dickson St., order for permit, vetoed and referred .. Con. in 1941 



COMMITTEE ON WHARVES AND PUBLIC GROUNDS. 

Boundary Lines on Lake and Kiver Fronts, com. to investigate and report on, on resolution for 

_ ; Def. and Pub. 119» 

Chicago Eiver, West Fork of the South Branch, to caU it Lawndale Branch, Chicago Elver, on 

order for ord Con. in m 

Hames, S. R., tents at 61st st. and Ellis av., in re. erection of Con. in 12a 

Henry Syndicate, on resolution for copy of agreement with World's Fair. Con. in 1329 

O'Brien, Michael J., pier at foot of 56th St., on order for permit .Def. and Pub. 22& 

Passenger Vessel Owners, pet. asking protection under city license Con. in 1329 

Silenographic and Optical Co., permit to erect telescopes on Lake Front, on pet. for Con. in 120 

Viaduct over I. C. R. R. at Monroe st., on ord. permitting steamship companies to erect. .Con. in 120 
World's Fan- Steamship Transfer Co . , permit to erect temporary shed or waiting J Def. and Pub 118 

room, on pet. for jcon. in 227 



COMMITTEE WORLD'S FAIR. 

Report on Condition of Buildings, protection against fire, etc 



.Def. and Pub. 718 



COUNCIL MEETINGS. 

Regular Meeting, April 17th, 1893 j 

Regular Meeting, April 24th, 1893 , * * " ' 47 

Regular Meeting, May 2d, 1893 123 

Regular Meeting, May 8th, 1893 [ , ] I75 

Regular Meeting, May 15th, 1893 ' 229 

Regular Meeting, May 22d, 1893 283. 

Regular Meeting, May 29th, 1893 '.".... 33J 

Regular Meeting, June 5th, 1893 ........ 381 

Regular Meeting, June 12th, 1893 , 419. 

Regular Meeting, June 19th, 1893 ' , " 435, 

Regular Meeting, June 26th, 1893 51^ 

Regular Meeting, July 5th, 1893 55I 

Regular Meeting, July 10th, 1893 539 

Adjourned Meeting, July 14th, 1893 59^ 

Regular Meeting, July 17th, 1893 ggg 

Regular Meeting, July 24th, 1893 673 

Regular Meeting, July 27th, 1893 725 

Regular Meeting, September 11th, 1893 761 

Regular Meeting, September 18th, 1893 817 



* 



INDEX. 



LXXXI 



COUNCIL MEETINGS— Continued. 

Page. 

Eegular Meeting, September 25th, 1893 863 

Regular Meeting, October 2d, 1893 911 

Regular Meeting, October 16th, 1893 947 

Regular Meeting, October 23d, 1893 999 

Special Meeting, October 31st, 1893 (October 80th) • 1027 

Special Meeting, November 4th, 1893 1031 

Adjourned Meeting, November 6th, 1893 1035, 1037 

Regular Meeting, November 6th, 1893 1039 

Adjourned Meeting, November 9th, 1893 1043 

Regular Meeting, November 13, 1893 1085 

Adjourned Meeting, November 16th, 1893 1123 

Regular Meeting, November 20th, 1893 1149 

Regular Meeting, November 27th, 1893 • 1193 

Regular Meeting, December 4th, 1893 • • • • 1247 

Regular Meeting, December llth, 1893 1251 

Regular Meeting, December 18th, 1893 • • 1^91 

Adjourned Meeting, December 22d, 1893 1293 

Regular Meeting, December 27th, 1893 1333 

Regular Meeting, January 3d, 1894 ^371 

Regular Meeting, January 8th, 1894 1441 

Regular Meeting, January 15th, 1894 1509 

Regular Meeting, January 22d, 1894 1565 

Special Meeting, January 27th, 1894 1019 

Regular Meeting, January 29th, 1894 (see also supplement— pay roU^; pages 1669 to 1813) 1621 

Regular Meeting, February 5th, 1894 1814 

Regular Meeting, February 14th, 1854 1864 

Regular Meeting, February 19th, 1894 1896 

Regular Meeting, February 26th, 1894 1946 

Adjourned Meeting, February 27th, 1894 2040 

Adjourned Meeting, February 28th, 1894 2042 

Adjourned Meeting, March 1st, 1894 2044 

Regular Meeting, March 5th, 1894 2068 

Regular Meeting, March 12th, 1894 2160 

Regular Meeting, March 19th, 1894 2254 

Regular Meeting, March 26th, 1894 (see suuplemeut— pay rolls, 2380) 2336 

Regular Meeting, April 2d, 1894 2496 

Adjourned Meeting, April 4th, 1894 2498 



DEPAETMENT OF BUILDINGS. 

Building at cor. Washington and La Salle sts., report in re. encroachment on alley (Calhoun pi), 

on order for • S.&A.,S.D. 726 

House Wrecking, Corumissioner suggests license for Dept. of Law 676 

Report for 1893 • Pub. and Filed 1393 

Spectatorium (Worlds Fair), on order preliminary to tearing down Jud. 772 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. 

Chicago River, South Branch, for increased removal of water To the Mayor and Fin. Com. 725 

Crematories, report on World's Fair crematories Fin. 952 

Crematories, garbage, report on the subject matter of Fin. 597 

Dead Animals, in re . removal of • J'-id . 2270 

Electro-Saline, process of purifying water, report on ^ Fin. 774 

Municipal Order League, to grant them use of Water Palace at Van Buren st. and Lake 
Front W. and P. G. 145 



LXXXII 



INDEX. 



DEPARTMENT OF LAW. 

Gas, Suburban Gas Co., in t-e . power of the Council to compel laying of mains, etc Jud 825 

Railroads, City vs. C. & N. W. R. R. Co., in re. status of pending litigation Filed 1156 

Railroad crossings in Twenty-ninth, Thirtieth and Thirty-first wards, submit order and ordinance 

m re . stationing uniformed police at principal crossings jud 600 

Railroads, North Chicago Street R. R. Co., report and order in re. use of steam or gas motor on 

Sheffield av ^^^ .^ ^^ 

Railroads, Southwest Chicago Rapid Transit Co., by mistake failed to accept ord.*, submits new 
ord., re-enacting, etc ^.^^ ^^ ^^ 

Railroads, West Chicago Street R. R. Co., in re. right of city to intervene in injunction suits. Filed 434 

Railroads, ordinance prohibiting children jumping on and off street cars Con in I24q 

Report from, April 15th, 1893 :! Pub 'and FUed 1333 

Sheds on sidewalk north side of FuUerton av . , east of Halsted st . , report in re . : Filed 726 

Slayton, Henry L., claim for payment of judgment pin 1298 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



.Filed 



676 
1953 

334 

1569 

52 

726 



Annual report for 1892 

Bridge, Diversey st . , report in re . status of , etc .Def. and Pub . 

Bridge, Halsted st. (south), for appointment of engineer to examine and report on. .Def. and Pub! 

Bridge at Kedzie av. across the north branch, estimate for Fin. 

Bridgeport lock, in re. insufficient appropriation for .File 

Bridgeport pumping works, report on .Pub. and FUed 

Curbstones, lime stone curb, inability of contractor to procure, submits order for sand stone in- 

.^ .f?^^- Con. in 459 

Drinking fountain presented to the city by Miss Anna A. Gordon Accepted 1085 

Elevator in City Hall, estimate of cost of two additional Fin 953 

Improvements- 
Calumet av., from 41st to 43d sts. (asphalt), report on condition of Pub. and Filed 382 

Canal St., from Fulton to Kinzie sts., by railroads occupying same, order in re R. R. 2197 

La SaUeav., from Chicago av. to Clark st., submitting bids for, etc S. & A.,N. D. 51 

List of, by wards which have been confirmed, and no contracts let Pub. and Filed 2340 

Loomis st . , from Madison to Van Buren sts . , in re . Jefferson Park front Fin . 382 

By special assessments, in re. passing orders for letting contracts, etc., by yea and nay vote. . 

Con. in 1635 



Sundry Streets, submitting order permitting use of sandstone instead of limestone curb 



557 
630 
286 
W 
in 1297 



•;••• S. & A., W. D., 

•Wabash av . , from 39th st . to 55th st . , on order to forfeit contract for Jud . 

Lisk, Peter, fruit stand at 63d and Halsted sts., in re. order for permit Pub. and Filed 

Open Leavitt St., from Milwaukee av. to Wabansia av S. & A., W. D. 

Open Sixtieth St., from State st. to Wentworth av., com. and repealing ord . in re Con. .. 

Pumping Station, Harrison St., in re. down draft furnaces, proposals for, etc Fin. 1569 

Pumping Station, between Kinzie and 12th sts. , Crawford av. and 48th st Fin. 1336 

Pumping Works, 68th st. station, to increase capacity of, for estimate of cost of Fin. 11 

Railroads — 

C, B. & Q. R. R., to erect safety gates at Washtenaw av S. & A., W. D. 777 

Chicago* South Side Rapid Transit Co., report why intersecting streets and alleys are not 
"^hted pil^^ 

C. & W. I. R. R., south of Polk St., by what right, etc Pub. and Filed. 

Elevated Roads, map showing all existing and proposed "L" roads. . .Com. Sel. on Track Ele. 

P., C, C. & St, L. R. R., to construct culverts at 79th st Filed 

Pennsylvania Co., tunnel under Adams st., at Canal st., letter from Supt. Law, in re. . . .Filed 1086 
Pennsylvania Co . and others, in re . obstructions of street Filed 1046 

North Chicago Electric Ry. Co., verification of frontage, on pet. for \ ^^^- ^"<^^R- 1^97 

) Pub. and Filed 1393 

Obstructing Public Streets, for list of, etc Fin. 954 

Sundry Railroads, why they have not complied with the order of July 5th, 1893, in re. electric 
lights at crossings Pub. and Filed 1249 



1197 
231 
460 
6 



INDEX. 



i XXXIll 



DEPAETMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS— Continued. 

Railroads— • 

West Chicago St. R. R. Co. on Milwaukee av., from Logan sq. to Belmont av., report m re. . 
webn^mod,guot. XY S. & A., W. D. 1046 

WUson & Jackson, pet. to lay tracks for work on the Wentworth av. sewer, etc. .Pet. granted 1517 
Renort on order for list of improvements by wards where assessments have been confirmed and 
*^ , , , , Filed 1822 

no contracts let c o, a c t» iif^7 

Sewers, Woodlawn district, bad condition of, suggestions in re ., etc b . & A . , fe . -U • iiot 

Sidewalks, 91st and other streets (in the South Chicago fire district), in re. funds for Con. m 1389 

Special Assessment rolls, warrant numbers Pub. and Filed 52 

Special Assessment rolls filed in County Court April 28th, 1893 Pub. and Filed 127 

Special Assessment Warrants, list of, etc ••^^^- ^""J !}^^ T, 

Special Assessment rolls filed June term court PuId . and Filed 45d 

Special Assessment rolls filed June 30th, 1893 ^""^ ' ^""^ !l!, ^ Zt 

Special Assessment rolls filed July term court Pub. and Filed bbJ 

Special Assessment rolls filed September 1, 1893 Pub. and Filed 826 

Special Assessment rolls filed September term of court Pub . and Filed 86o 

Special Assessment rolls ^''^ ^""^ SI^? .^^! 

Special Assessment rolls filed in County Court, November 3, 1893 Pub. and Filed 104< 

Special Assessment rolls filed in County Court Pub . and Filed 1294 

Special Assessment rolls filed in court, January term, 1894 Pub. and Filed 1390 

Special Assessment rolls filed Pub. and Filed 1518 

Telephone Poles, Clark St., from Chicago av. to North av., on order for the removal of .774 

Tunnel under Adams st. near Canal st., report in re File 1000 

Tunnel under Adams st. near Canal st., by what authority, etc Pile 826 

Tunnel, Lake View Water Tunnel, report of all transactions in re Pub . and Filed 460 

Tunnel, La Salle st., in re., covering part of P|u. .33.3 

Tunnel, 68th st. station, to extend, for est. of cost of Piu. 11 

Tunnel, 68th St., report in re Pub- and Fin. 232 

Tunnel, 2-mile tunnels, est. cost of extending 3 miles further into the lake Pub. and Fin. 629 

Vacate alley (part of) in Block 1, Taylor's 2d Add. to S Chicago S. & A. S. D. 126 

Viaduct over C. & E. I. R. R., at Michigan av Piu- 1^37 

Viaduct, Ogden ave, report why the boulevard space is not improved Pub. and Filed 1568 

Viaduct, over I. C. R. R. at 25th st., for access to dumping grounds, etc Pin. 126 

Viaduct, 25th st. (temporary), to erect at 24th st instead Con. in 335 

Water Mains, Millard ave., order of May 2-M refers to ord. of May 16, 1892, that 10 cents per lineal 

foot be derived, or property owners advance money for Pin. 332 

Water Rates, report in re. manner of collection, comparative statement bet. brewers, packing 

houses, etc • F. & W. 383 

Water Supply, Fourteenth and Fifteenth wards, report in re Piled 19o3 

Water Supply, northwest portion of city Piled 1337 

Water Supply, northwest portion of city, report of City Engineer Piled 2197 

Water Supply, Washington Heights, inadequacy of and ask appropriation for Fin . 460 

Water Taxes, report of amount collected, cost of, etc Piled 1898 



DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Annual Report Pub. and Filed 427 



ELECTIONS. 



Hopkins, John P., Mayor, at a special election held December 19th, 1893 (vice Harrison, de- 
ceased) 

Powell, Isaac N., Sergeant-at-Arms of the Council Con. in 26 

Swift, Geo. B. (Aid. 11th ward), elected by the City Council Mayor pro tem. upon the death of 
Mayor Harrison 1040 



LXXXIV 



INDEX. 



ESTIMATE COST OF LAMP POSTS. 

Abbott ct, from Diversey st . to north terminus a nnrn..^/^Sfc' 

Albany av, from 22d St. to 26th St \\\ Approved 837 

Arjryle st, from Evanston to Winthrop av ' .. j274 

Armour av, from 25th to 26th sts ,' u JZ 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts .'.'.....'."," » 1066 

Avers av, from Ogden av. to 19th st • 1 ......!!!!........ 

Ballou st, from North av. to Armitage av., and connections " 934 

Barclay st, from Augusta to Division sts , " 934 

Bingham st, from Armitage road to Cornelia st u q„j 

Bond av, from 79th st to 81st st " iooq 

Bosw^orth av, from Grace av. to Roscoe st " 795 

Breslau st, from Hamburg to Ems sts " 300 

Bristol av, from Wentworth to Tracy aves *.'.'.. u g^ 

Buffalo av, from 88th to 90th sts .'...'.'.'.*.'.'.'.*.'."..,".'.'..'." " logg 

Bm-ling st, from Wrightvt^ood av. south 440 ft *..'...'.*..'. " 795 

Butler st, from 35th to 37th sts ..".*."..'.'.*.*.'..*.".'..".... " 838 

Byron st, from E. Ravenswood Park to Lincohi av ............[.. ' 299 

Cedar st, from School st. to Wentworth av. '.'.*.'...".'....'.*.'.'.'.'..'. '" 794 

Central Park av., fromNorthav. to Armitage av., and connections..'..*.'...'...'.*.* " 934 

Central Park av, from Ohio st. to Central Park blvd ' u 794 

Champlain av, from 66th st. to 67th st ....................,.....[.. " 1009 

Chester st, from Clyboum av. west. . , .............].[ " 1305 

Clarkson av, from Bloomingdale rd . to Cortland st '.'.........'.!!,'..'.!!!'.*. " 140 

Clinton av, from Wellington to Roscoe sts ........'.'..*...'.'.".,.. .' .' ' " 300 

Coblentz st, from Leavitt st. to Western av ," " ' " 187 

Colorado av, from 40th st. to Garfield blvd .......".'....'.'...' ' .' .' . . . . . . ' .' ." . .' " 971 

Cornelia st, from Milwaukee av. to Point st " 934 

Corneliast, from Racine av. to C. E. & L. S.R. R.... .'.'.'...'.'.....,..'.'..'.'.. " 838 

Cortland st, from Central Park to Kedzie avs . , and connections. '. '. '. '. '. . . . '. .....'... " 971 

Cottage Grove av, from 67th to 75th sts..... [ .. gO 

Drexel av, from 60th to 61st sts. " 1472 

Dudley st, from Armitage av. to Hervey st " 793 

East Ravenswood Park, from Lawrence av. north " 838 

Edge wood av, from Milwaukee av . to Humboldt Park blvd .....'.....'. . . . . . . . . . .' " 140 

Edson av, from Diversey st. to Lincoln av " 794 

Eighteenth st, from St. Louis av. to Trumbull av ..'.....'......*...* " 933 

Eighty-first st, from Bond to Ontario avs. .......................". " 1009 

Eighty-second st, from Edwards to Commercial avs " 1009 

Eighty-third st, from Commercial to Superior avs " IO66 

Eighty-fourth st, from Superior to Buffalo avs ...*..'.*.,'.*,'. . . . . . . , . . .' " io09 

Eighty-seventh st, from Commercial to Houston avs " I106 

Eighty-ninth st, from Exchange to Commercial avs .....*...' " 1105 

Ellen st, at western terminus _ _ .1 r,QK 

Ellis av, from 60th to 61st sts " 1471 

Erie av, from 90th to 92d sts ...................[.[.[..... " 1066 

Erie av, from 95th to 96th sts « .rma 

_ „ lOoo 

Evans av, from 66th to 67th sts » ^qqq 

Evanston av, from Argyle to North 59th sts " 1274 

Evergreen av, from Rockwell st to California av " 795 

Exchange av, from 89th to 92d sts " 1219 

Fair\aew av, from FuUerton to Diversey avs " 793 

Faye st, from East Ravenswood Park to Lincoln av .......*.....* " 299 

Fiftieth ct, from Forestville to Cottage Grove avs " 933 

Fifty-first st, from PauUna st to Ashland av " 1471 

Fifty-third st, from Lake av . to Cornell av . , and connections " 1472 

Fifty-sixth st, from Greenwood to Lexington avs .'...'.....'.' " 1471 

Fifty-seventh st, from Lake av. to Stony Island av " 1219 

Fifty-eighth st, from Stewart av. to Wright st '....,'..'..', " 300 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wallace st . to Stewart av . , boulevard heads " 796 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wright to Wallace sts '. " 1^7 

Ford av, from 78th to 79th sts !!!.!!!!!! " 10O8 

Forrest av, from FuUerton av. to Elston rd .....'..'.' " 794 

Fourteenth st, ftom Wood to Leayitt sts [,[[ •' 933 



Il?^DEX. 



Lxxxy 



ESTIMATE COST OF LAMP POSTS— Continued. 

Page, 

Fortieth st. (West), from Jackson to Hamson sts Approved 933 

Forty-fifth st, from Ellis to Vincennes avs " "^ 

Forty-fifth st, from Woodlawn to Viacennes avs . , and connections " 187 

Forty-sixth st, from Indiana to Prairie avs. " 1473 

Forty-sixth st, from Wentworth to Princeton avs " 180 

Forty-seventh ct, from Cottage Grove av. to east terminus " 300 

Forty-eighth st, from Halsted to Wallace sts " 1471 

Francisco st, from Division to Chicago av " 971 

Giddings st, from Leavitt to Robey sts " 837 

Green Bay av, from 89th st. to Harbor av " 1106 

Grenshaw st, from Kedzie to Spaulding avs " 795 

Hamburg st, from Breslau st. to Western av., connections " 300 

Hamlin av, from 16th st. to Ogden av " 933 

Hancock st, from North to Armitage avs " 793 

Harbor av, from Mackinaw av. to the Strand " 1180 

Harrison st, from Central Park to Matteson avs " 793 

Harvard st, from 63d to 67th sts " 80 

Hirsch st, from Leavitt st. to California av. , and connections " 187 

Homan av, from North av. to Armitage av., and connections " 971 

Homer st, from Eobey to Leavitt sts " 1^ 

Hough pi, from Archer av. to the river " 1305 

Houston av, from 87th to 93d sts. " 1180 

Hoyne av, from Belmont to Clyboum avs " 1274 

Huron st, from Western to Oakley avs " 933 

Huron st, from Western to Oakley avs., and connections " 1066 

Iowa st, from Hoyne av. to Robey st " 794 

Kedzie av, from 22d to 26th ats " 140 

Kedzie av, corner of VanBuren st " 796 

Kenmore av, from Grand av. north " 839 

Laflin st, from 47th to 49th sts " 1066 

Lake View av, from Diversey av. to St. James pi " 1274 

Lake View av, from Roslyn pi. to Arlington pi " 1274 

Langley av, from 66th to 67th sts " 1009 

Laughton av, from Hoyne to Oakley avs " 140 

Laughton st, from Western to California avs " 140 

Lam-el av, from Diversey av . to Humboldt blvd . , and connections - " 933 

Laurel av, from FuUerton av. to Humboldt blvd " 793 

Leavitt st, from North to Waubansia avs " 187 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts '* 299 

Lexington st, from Kedzie av. to Francisco st " 971 

Lill av, from Sheffield to Seminary avs " 299 

Lincoln av, from Addison st to Montrose blvd " 839 

Lincoln st, from Chicago av to Superior st " 795 

Linden av, from Diversey av. to Humboldt blvd " 933 

Linden av, from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd " 300 

Lowe av, from 33d to 35th sts " 838 

Lubeck st, from Robey st. to Western av • " 300 

Lyman av, from Sunnyside to Wilson avs " 1274 

McMullen ct, from May st . to Centre av " 187 

Madison av, from Lake av. to 59th st., and connections " 80 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton to Diversey avs " 794 

Maryland av, from 63d to 64th sts " 1219 

Mead st, from North to Armitage avs " 793 

Melrose st, from Ashland to Racine avs " 1274 

Melrose st, from Laurel av. to Elston Road " 796 

Mitchell av, from North av. to Bloomingdale Road " 300 

Montrose boul, from Robey to Leavitt sts " 1274 

Musprat st, from 31st st. south " 837 

Nebraska av, from Armitage av. to Palmer Square " 300 

Ninetieth st, from Green Bay av. to the Strand " 1105 

Ninetieth st, from Superior to Buffalo avs " 1066 

Ninety-first st, from Exchange to Green Bay avs " 1180 

Ninety-third st, from Commercial to Houston avs " 1105 



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ESTIMATE COST OF LAMP POSTS-Cont'iiued. 

Page. 

Ninety-fifth st, from Commercial to Erie avs Approved 1105 

Noble av, from Racine to Sheffield avs " 140 

Norman av, from North av. to Bloomingdale rd " 300 

Oak Place, from School st. to Belmont av » 833 

Ohio st, from Drake to Central Park avs «' 794 

One Hundred and Seventh st, from Michigan to Indiana avs " 22 

One Hundred and Seventh st, from State st. to Indiana av '' 22 

One Hundred and Eighth st, from Michigan to Indiana avs " 22 

One Hundred and Tenth st, from Michigan to Indiana avs " 22 

One Hundred and Fourteenth pi, from Butterfield st. to Indiana av " 22 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st, from Michigan to Indiana avs " 22 

Ontaria av, from 90th to 92d sts " 1066 

Pai-melee st, from Western to Hoyne avs " 933 

Parnell av, from 33d to 35th sts " 838 

Parnell av, from 37th to 39th sts " 838 

Paulina st, from Clybourn to Wrightwood avs " 1305 

PeiTy av, from Fullerton to Milwaukee avs " 796 

Perry st, from Graceland av. to Wellington st " 1^48 

Peterson st, from Hoyne av. to Eobey st " 794 

Point st, from Cornelia st. to Henry ct " 971 

Powell av, from Milwaukee av. to Powell pk " 793 

Powell pk, from Powell to Western avs " 9^4 

Uebecca st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av " 140 

Hockwell st, from Division to Augusta sts " 795 

Eoscoe st, from Eobey st. to Sheffield av " 1305 

St. Lawrence av, from 47th to 48th sts " 1009 

St. Louis ave, from 22d st. to Ogden av " 971 

Sacramento av, from Sacramento sq. to Kinzie st " 795 

Sawyer ave, from 22d to 24th sts " 9.34 

Seventeenth st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av " 934 

Seventieth ct, from C, R. I. & P. R. R. to Webster av " 793 

Seventy-second st, from Stony Island to Ellington avs " 795 

Seventy-third st, from Bond to Lake avs " 1009 

Seventy-third st, from Ellington to Bond avs " 80 

Seventy-fourth pi, from BisseU to Matteson avs " 793 

Seventy-fifth st, from BisseU to Railroad avs " 795 

Seventy-fifth st, from Lake to Railroad avs " 796 

Seventy-sixth st, cor. Railroad av. and Carlin av " 796 

Seventy-sixth st, from Lake to French avs " 1220 

Seventy-ninth st, from Duncan to Ford avs " 1009 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale road to Armitage av . , connections " 971 

Sherman st, from 69th to 71st sts " 796 

Seminary av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st " 1274 

Sixteenth st, from Kedzie to Albany avs " 971 

Sixty-ninth st, from Madison to Stony Island av " 794 

South Chicago av, from Exchange av. to Ninety-second st " 1105 

South Chicago av, from Ninety-second to Ninety-third sts " 1105 

Southport av, from Graceland to Belmont avs " 838 

Spaulding av, from Douglas Park boul. to Ogden av " 348 

Spaulding av, from Scott to Jackson sts " 300 

Spaulding av, from Twenty-second to Twenty-fourth sts '. " 795 

State st, from Cornelia st. to Armitage av " 794 

Strand, the, from Eighty-ninth st. to Harbor av " HOG 

Sunnyside av, from Leavitt to Robey sts " ia48 

Superior av, from Eighty-ninth to Ninety-second sts " 1105 

Superior av, from Lea\itt st. to Western av " 187 

Thirty-second st, from Dearborn st. to Railroad " 1429 

Thirty-third st, from La Salle st. to alley west of Wentwoith av " 1305 

Thirty-seventh pi, from Rhodes av. east " 9a3 

Thii-ty-eighth st, from Halsted st. to Stewart av " 837 

Trumbull av, from Harrison st. to Colorado av " 187 

Trumbull av, from Sixteenth to Twenty-second sts " 971 

TowTi ct, from North av . to south terminus " 838 



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ESTIMATE COST OF LAMP POSTS— Continued. 

Page, 

Turner av, from 22d to 24th sts Approved 795- 

Twenty-third st, from S. Park av. to railroad " 1273^ 

Union st, from State st. to Michigan av " 22 

Vincennes av, from 48th to 50th sts " lOi^S 

Wabansia av, from Central Park to Kedzie avs " 97a 

Wabash av, from 109th to 110th sts " 22r 

Ward st, from Diversey st. to Wrightwood av " 839 

Washtenaw av, from Chicago av. to Division st " 934 

, Washtenaw av, from Taylor st. to Lexington av " 793^ 

Waubim av, from Barry av. to Wellington st " 83S 

Werder st, from Rockwell st. to California av. , and connections " 300- 

Western av, from Belmont av. to the river " 1305 

Willis ct, from 13th st. to C. & N. P. R. R " isr 

Wilmot av, from Hoyne av. to Robey st " 794 

Wilson av, from Leavitt to Robey sts " 796 

Winthrop av, from Rosemont to Grand avs " 839 

Wolfram st, from Southport to Herndon avs " 83Sp 



ESTIMATES, COSTS OF — MISCELLANEOUS. 

Bridge at Kedzie av. across the North Branch, cost of File 2370' 

Electric lights, Superintendent city telegraph in re . , cost of in sundry streets in West Div Fin . 231 

Receiving wells, pumping works and discharge sewers, Mackinaw av., north of 83d st. . .Appi'oved 2358^ 

Sprinkling Indiana av., from 18th st. to 39th st " 2202 

Springling in Twenty-ninth ward " 1309' 

Sprinkling in Thirtieth ward " 1309' 

Sprinkhng in Thirty-first ward " 1309^ 

Sprinkling in Thirty-second ward " 1472 

Sprinkling in Thirty-fourth ward " 1429* 



ESTIMATE COST OF PRIVATE DRAINS. 



Adams st, from 40th to 46th sts., west Approved 154^ 

Addison st, from Lincoln to Ashland avs " 973? 

Anthony (Clement) av . to South Park av. ,* 1602: 

Atlantic st, from 39th to Root sts " 1875 

Augusta st, from Robey st. to California av " 1874 

Bernice av, from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R " 1348 

Brost av, from Evanston to Southport avs " 1473' 

Burling st, from Wrightwood av. south 418 feet , " 1348 

Byron st, from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R I " 1472 

Carpenter st, from 50th to 51st sts " 1601 

Champlain st, from Archer av. to 31st st " 80- 

Cologne st, from Quarry to Main sts " 187& 

Commercial st, from Graceland to Berteau avs " 1876' 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs " 97S 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs " 1876' 

Commercial st, from Paulina st. to TeiTa Cotta pi " 1874 

Douglas Park blvd, from Albany to Homan avs " 1276 

Douglas Park blvd, from Central Park av. to west terminus, west side " . 1276' 

Douglas Park blvd, from Colorada av. to 12th st, east side " 1277" 



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ESTIMATE COST OF PRIVATE DRAINS-Continued. 



Pasre. 



Doufflas Park blvd, from Madison st . to south terminus Approved 127( 



R. R. 



Dreyer st, from 47th to 51st sts. 

Duncan st, from Stewart av. to Wright st 

Eighty-ninth st, from South Chicago av. to I. C. 

Elk Grove av, from Armitage to Webster avs , 

Ems st, from Leavitt st. to Webster av 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts 

Exchange av, from Baltimore av. to 87th st 

Fair av, from 68th to 71st sts 

Faye st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R 

Fiftieth ct, from Cottage Grove to Vincennes avs 

Fifty-first st, from Ashland av. to Wood st 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs 

Fillmore st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd 

Flournoy st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd 

Forty-first pi, from 26th to 28th sts 

Forty-flrst st, from Halsted st. to Stewart av 

Forty-eighth st, from Morgan to Wood sts 

Forty -eighth st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards. 

Forty-ninth st, from Wallace to Halsted sts 

Francisco st, from Division st. to Chicago av 

Giddings st, from Robey to Leavitt sts 

Greenwood av, from Everett to Center sts 

Grenshaw st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd 

Hamburg st, from Robey st. to Western av 

Harvard st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd 

Haugan av, from Byron to Grace sts 

Hemdon st, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st 

Homan av, from Central Park blvd. to Lake st 

Hoyne av, from Cornelia to Addison sts 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe to Cornelia sts 

Humboldt av, from Western to California avs 

Iowa st, from Robey st . to Hoyne av 

Irving av, from Center to Everett sts 

Jackson st, from 40th to 46th sts. , west 

Justine st, from 49th to 53d sts 

Kinney av, from 71st to 73d sts 

Kosciusko st, from Robey to Leavitt sts 

Langley av, from 63d to 69th sts 

Laurel av, from Humboldt blvd. to Diversey st 

Leavitt st, from Archer to Bross avs 

Leavitt st, from Clybourn to Belmont avs 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts 

Lexington st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd 

Lexington av, from Francisco st. to Kedzie av 

Linden av, from Diversey st. to Humboldt blvd 

Logan st, from Wallace st. to U. S. Y. in Sec. 8, 38, 14. . . 

Lunt av, from Southport av. to Lake Michigan 

Matteson st, from Wallace st. to U. S. Y. R. R 

Monroe st, from 44th to 46th sts., west 

Montana st, from Racine av. to Surrey ct 

Newport av, from Sheffield av. to Racine av 

Oakdale av, from Southport av. to Perry st 

Park av, from Center to Everett sts 

Peoria st, from 59th to 63d sts 

Peterson st, from Robey st . to Hoyne av 

Prairie av, from 50th to 51st sts 

Polk st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd 

Rhodes av, from 67th st. to Keefe av , 

Rhodes av, from 70th to 73d sts 

St. Charles av, from Center to Everett sts 

St. Lawrence av, from 63d to 73d sts 

School st, from Lincoln av. to Clark st 



6 

1306 
1602 
1875 
1876 
1601 
1602 
80 
1875 
1874 
80 
1473 
348 
1473 
1306 
1106 
1874 
1875 
1473 
1473 
1347 
1473 
1874 
1542 
1876 
1306 
1473 
1601 
839 
1347 
188 
1347 
140 
1874 
1305 
1542 
973 _ 
1876 

1602 

1876 

1874 

1876 
188 

1306 
140 

1876 

1876 

1876 
80 

1010 

1602 

1473 

1473 

1874 
973 
188 

1277 

1306 

1601 

1542 

1874 

1542 

1875 



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ESTIMATE COST OF FEIVATE DRAINS— Continued. 

Page. 

School St, from Sheldon to Robey sts Approved 188 

Selwyn av, from Center to Everett sts " 1874 

Seminary av, from Eoscoe st. to Newport av " 1473 

Sheldon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st " 1873 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Armitage av " 1473 

Sherman st, from 39th to 43d sts " 1875 

Seventy-second st, from Cottage Grove to S. Park av " 1874 

Sixty-fifth st, from Langley to Champlain avs " 1875 

Sixty-ninth st, from Cottage Grove to S. Chicago avs " 1874 

Sixty -ninth ct, from Cottage Grove to S. Chicago avs " 1602 

South Park av, from 60th to 71st sts " 1875 

State st, from 68th to 71st sts " 1602 

Swan st, from Stewart av. to C, E. I. & P. R. E " 1876 

Thomas st, from Wood st. to Hoyne av " 1348 

Thirty-second st, from Halsted to Laurel sts " 1875 

Thirty-eighth st, from Gage to Lam-el sts " 348 

Thirty-eighth st, from Pierson st. to Kedzie av " 348 

Tracy av, from 43d to 45th sts " 1473 

TrumbuU av, from C, B. & Q. E. E. to 26th st " 1067 

Union av, from 59th to 61st sts " 1875 

Vernon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st " 1873 

Vernon av, from 69th to 73d sts '• 1602 

Vincennes av, from Anthony (Clement) av. to 73d st " 1602 

Vincennes av, from 63d st. to South Chicago av " 1602 

Wabash av, from 67th to 73d sts " 1542 

Ward st, from 35th to 36th sts " 1875 

Washburne av, from Lincoln to Eobey sts " 1348 

Washington av, from Center to Everett sts " 1874 

Wilcox av, from 40th to 46th sts., west " 80 

Wilson av, from Leavitt to Eobey sts ^ . " 1601 



ESTIMATE COST OF SEWERS. 

Aberdeen st, from .57th to 59th sts Approved, 1306 

Aberdeen st, from 65th to 67th sts " 2003 

Adams av, from 68th to 69th sts " 694 

Adams av, from 70th to 71st sts " 477 

Adams av, from 73d to 75th sts " 639 

AUey south of Garfield blvd, from Ashland av. to Loomis st " 1543 

AUey south of Garfield blvd, from Centre av. to Loomis st " 141 

AUey north of Garfield blvd, from Laflin to Loomis sts " 142 

AUey west of Grand blvd, from 44th to 43d sts " 2201 

Atlantic st, from Bristol to Goshen sts " 142 

Atlantic st, from 45th to Bristol sts " 142 

Avers av, from 22d st. to C, B. & Q. E. E " 738 

Avondale av, from Wallace to California avs " 641 

Bond av, from 71st to 75th sts " 2201 

Brackett st. and Michigan av " 694 

Brackett st. and Wabash av " 694 

( " 2002 

Bronson st, from Centre av. to Laflin st < .^ _ „ . 

Brooks av, from 73d to 75th sts " 476 

California av, from 35th st. to 645 feet north " 477 

Carpenter st, from 65th to 67th sts -. " 1307 

Central Park blvd, from Kedzie av. to 305 feet east of Albany av " 1276 

Central Park blvd, from St. Louis av. to Nichols st. , south side " 1276 

Central Park blvd, from St. Louis av. to 187 feet west of Kedzie av., north side " 1276 



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ESTIMATE COST OF SEVVERS-CoDtinued. 

Page. 

Champlain av, from 125 feet north of 36th st. to south line of 37th st Approved 639 

Chase ct, from Coulter st. south 312 feet '• 1307 

Colorado av, from Crawford av. to 306 feet northeast " 1.307 

Colorado av, from Dougrlas Park blvd. to Hamson st " 1307 

Colorado av, from Douglas Park blvd. to 105 east of Crawford av " 738 

Concord st, from Union av. to alley east of Morgan st " 2003 

Cottage Grove av, from 63d st. to alley south of 60th st " 885 

Crawford av, from Armitage to Fulleilon avs " 1067 

Craw^f ord av, from Division st. to Grand av " 1067 

Crawford av, from Diversey av. to 665 feet north of Can-oil av : " 694 

Crawford av, from North av. to alley north of Grand av. and east of Crawford av " 972 

Crawford av, from North av. to Armitage av " 1067 

Cregier av, from 73d to 74th sts " 2201 

Crescent pi, from Halsted st. to Evanston av " 1.543 

Cromwell st, from Fullerton to Milwaukee avs " 973 

Douglas Park blvd, across the blvd " 1276 

Douglas Park blvd, between 12th st. and alley north of Hanison st " 1276 

Dreyer st, from Grand Junction R. R. to alley north of Garfield blvd " 477 

Drummond av, from Augusta st. to alley north of Grand av " 1307 

East Ravenswood pk, from Addison st. to Graceland av " 1543 

Edbrooke pi, from Perry av. to alley west of Powell av " 639 

Eighty-eighth st, from Halsted st. to Beverly av " 476 

Erie av, from 92d st. to South Chicago av " 837 

Escanaba av, from 87th to 89th sts " 2201 

Evans av, from 75th st. to P. Ft. W. & C. R. R. right of way " 141 

Ewing av, from 180 feet southeast of Calumet River to 102d st " &40 

Fifteenth st, from Robey to Lincoln sts " 738 

Fiftieth st, from Ashland av. to Wood st , " 477 

Fifty-first st, from Ashland av. to Wood st " 477 

Fifty-fii-st st, fi-om Wood to Leavitt sts " 1307 

Fifty-third st, from Ashland av. to Wood st " 477 

Fifty-fourth st, from Ashland av. to Wood st " 477 

Fifty-sixth st, from Ashland to Centre avs " 2003 

Fifty-sixth st, from South Park av. to 150 east of Indiana av '* 639 

Fifty-seventh st, from Ashland av. to Loomis st " 1543 

Fifty-eighth st, from Ashland to Centre avs " 1542 

Floumoy st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs " 739 

Fourth av, from 95th to 97th sts " 1276 

Forty-first st (West), from Randolph st. to alley south of Park av " 1307 

Forty-fourth st, from Calumet av. to alley west of Grand blvd " 2201 

Forty-sixth st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs " 639 

Forty-seventh st, from Cottage Grove av. to alley west of Drexel blvd " 694 

Forty-eighth st, from Wood to Paulina sts " 639 

Forquer st, from Central Park to Lawmdale avs " 885 

Forest av, from Diversey st. to Franklin av " 694 

Forest av, from Webber av. (147 ft. nox-th of) to Devon av " 142 

Garden av, from California av. to Francisco st " 972 

Grace st, from Hemdon to Lewis sts " 142 

Grace st, from Lincoln to W. Ravenswood avs " 141 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Sheldon st " 142 

Green st, from 71st to 75th sts '. •' 2201 

Goodwin st, from Central Park to Homan avs " 972 

Gordon st, from Tracy to Stew^ai't avs " 641 

Hammond av, from Diversey st. to Logan sq " 972 

Harding av, from Lake to Kinzie sts " ' 1067 

Henry st, from Tolman av. east 132 feet > " 738 

Hemdon st, from BjTon to Grace sts " 1306 

Herndon st, from Diversey st. north 450 feet " 141 

Herndon st, from Waveland av. to Grace st " 142 

Herndon st, from Wrightwood av. north 510 feet, east side " 2003 

Herndon st, from Wrightwood av. north 510 feet, west side " 2003 

Homan av, from North av. to Dickey av " 885 

Houston av, from 87th to 88th sts " 142 



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ESTIMATE COST OF SEWERS— Continued. 

Page, 

Huck av, from Lawrence to Clay avs Approved 1543 

Humboldt av, from Augusta st. to Western av " 738 

Humboldt av, from Seymour co Rockwell sts / " 1306 

Huron st, from Washtenaw av. to Rockwell st " 1307 

Indiana st, from Avers to Springfield avs " 540 

Indiana st, from Crawford to Harding avs ■ " 540 

Indiana st, from Hamlin av. to alley east of Lawndale av " 640 

Irving Park blvd, from Graceland av. to North Branch of the river " 2003 

Jefferson av, from 68th to 69th sts " 694 

Jefferson av, from 70th to 71st sts " 475 

Justine st, from Grand Trunk Junction R. R. to 51st st " 477 

Justine st, from 51st to 53d sts , " 475 

Kedzie av, from I. & M. Canal to 8rth st .f " 540 

King pi, from 250 feet east of Blucher st. to" 16 feet east of the west line of Sault st " 1307 

Kinney av, from 71st st. to north terminus " 2003 

Lawrence av, from Garfield av. to Leavitt st " 1543 

Lexington st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs " 733 

Lexington av, from 61st st. to alley south of 60th st " 475 

Loomis st, from 50th st. to aUey north of 51st st " 477 

Loomis st, from 51st st. to alley north of Garfield blvd " 475 

Luella av, from 73d to 74th sts " 972 

Madison av, from 70th to 71st sts " 475 

Madison av, from 72d to 73d sts " 475 

Madison av, from 73d to 75th sts " 476 

May st, from 48th to 51st sts " ^ 1543 

May st, from 59th st. to alley south of Garfield blvd " 1306 

May st, from 73d to 75th sts " 640 

Meadow Lane, from 150 feet north of Webber av. to Devon av " 141 

Michigan av. and Brackett st " 694 

Michigan av, from 67th to Brackett sts " 694 

Montrose blvd, from North Branch of Chicago River to center line of Sec. 17,40, 13 " 640 

Morgan st, from 57th to 59th sts " 142 

Morgan st, from 71st to 73d sts " 641 

Morgan st, from 65th to 67th sts " 2003 

Nelson st, from Western av. to aUey west of Oakley av \ '' ^OUS 

Nichols st, from Central Park blvd. to Kinzie st " 1276 

Ninety-third st, from Superior av. to 25 feet east of Ontario av " i-067 

Ninety-fifth st, from Halsted st, to C, St. L. & P. R. R " 694 

Noble ct, from 74th to 75th sts ^. . . " 475 

Nutt av, from 71st to 73d st " 475 

Nutt av, from 73d to 75th sts " 475 

Ohio st, from Crawford to Harding avs " 733 

One Hundredth st, from Calumet River to 8th av " 640 

One Hundred and Third st, from Charles st. to Highland av " 640 

One Hundred and Eighteenth st, from-Halsted st, to Wentworth av " 2003 

Palmer av, from 73d to 75th sts " 2201 

Peoria st, from 53d st. to alley south of 54th st " 141 

Polk st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs " 739 

Poplar av, from Archer av, to 29th st " §85 

Praule av, from Garfield blvd to 115 feet south of 60th st " 141 

Ridgeway av, from Ohio to Kinzie st " 640 

Rhodes av, from 71st to 73d sts " 639 

Rhodes av, from 73d to 74th sts " 142 

Rockwell st, from Grand av, to Huron st " 1307 

Sacramento sq, from Nichols st, to Sacramento av, south side " 1276 

Sangamon st, from 66th to 67th sts " 475 

Seventy-first pi, from Nutt av, to B, & O. R. R " 475 

Seventy-first st, from Nutt av. to B, & O. R. R " 475 

Seventy-second pi, from I. C. R, R. to B. & O. R. R " 475 

Seventy-second st, from Nutt av. to B. & O. R. R " 475 

Seventy-third st, from Morgan to Bishop sts i " 640 

Seventy-fourth st, from Nutt av. to Noble Court " 475 

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ESTIMATE- COST OF SEWERS— Continued. 

Seventy-fourth st, ffoin Khodes av. to alley east Approv 

Seventy-fifth st, from Nutt av. to Noble et 

Seymour st, from Auf^usta st. to Humboldt av " 

Sheridan st, from Armitajje av. to Bloomiugdale rd " 

Sherman st, from 39th to 43d sts • 

Sixty-fifth ct, from Honore st. to 100 feet west of Wright st 

State st, from 68th to 75th sts -^ " 

Stewart av, fron Gordon st. to 45th st 

Stony Island av, from 71st to 73d sts,, east side " 

Sundry streets, 45th St., 12th St., 47th St.. Madison St., 48th St., Jefferson av., Grand av. J ^| 

and FuUerton av I 

Sundry streets, Mackmaw av., 83d St.. South Chicago av., Adams av., Anthony av., 77th 

St., Harvard av., 76th St., Honore St., 73d M., Transit st.,. 81st St., Yinceimes av., 79th 

St., Jeffrey av. and 85th st 

Superior av., from 92d to 93d sts ^ 

System of, in Augusta st., Harding av., Jan Huss av. and Avers av 

System of, in Farwell av., Evanston av. (or North Shore drive), Morse, Webber av. 

and Bryce av 

System of, in 43d, 45th, 46th, 47th, 48th, Winchester, Lincoln, Goodspeed and Wood sts. . 
System of, in 14th and 16th, sts., 40th pi., 41st st., 41st. pL, 42d St., 42d pi., 43d St., 43d pi. 

and 44th St., west 

System of, in Harding av., 14th St., 15th St., 16th St., Jan Huss av. and Avers av " 

System of, in Lav^mdale av., Ridgeway av., Hamlin av. and Cortland st 

System of, in North av., W. 40th pi., W. 41st St., McAuley av., W. 42d St., Tripp av., W. 

43d St., Cleveland av., W. 44th st.. Prince av. and Grand av 

System of, in North Shore av., Evanston av. (or Sheridan Drive), and Columbia av 

System of, in Robey, N. 59th, Pine, Walnut sts., Summerdale and Balmoral avs " 

System of, in Rockwell st.. Coulter st., Washtenaw- av., alley east of Southwestern blvd., 

Luther, Marvin and Blaine sts 

System of, in Rockwell St., SejTuour St., Cornelia st. and Iowa st 

System of, in Sheridan St., Mead st., Kimball av., Central Park av., Hamlin av., McLean 

av., Dickens av. and Humboldt av •■ 

System of, in 23d, 24th and 2.5th sts., Sawyer, Spaulding and Turner avs 

System of, in Woodla^m av., 71st St., 71st pi., 72d St., 72d pi 

Taylor st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs 

Thirty-third st. from Robey st. to C. & A. R. R ■. 

Thirty-sixth st, from Pearson to Kedzie aves . 

Thirty-seventh st, from Gage to Laurel sts 

Thirty-eighth st. from Pearson to Kedzie avs 

Twenty-fourth st,'from Crawford to Hamlin avs 

Twenty-fifth st, from Crawford to Hamlin avs 

Wabash av. and Brackett st 

Washburne av, from Robey to Lincoln sts 

Washtenaw av, from Grand av. to Superior st 

Waveland av, from Clarence av. to Olga st •, 

Wellington st, from Ashland av. to Wood st 

Wrightwood av, from Ashland to Southpori avs 

Wright st, from 44th to Layton sts 



Page. 

ed 142 

475 

738 

972 

1543 

1276 

2002 

2201 

641 

142 

348 
564 



2358 

1067 

972 

2201 
640 

141 
972 
972 

476 

2201 

640 

141 

885 

475 
641 
141 
730 
972 
477 
641 
476 
738 
738 
694 
1307 
1307 
142 
1306 
141 
142 



I 



ESTIMATE COST OE SIDEWALKS. 



Adams st, from Western av. to Rockwell st Approved 2002 

Albany av, fi'om 12th st. to Douglas Park av.. west side " 1658 

Armitage av, from Kedzie to Columbia avs " til9 

Armour av, from 47th st. to Garfield boul " 2359 

Armour av, from 16th to 22d sts " 1600 

Armour av, from 31st to 33d sts " 692 

Ashland av, from Fulton to Lake sts.. east side " 1901 

t 



r 



INDEX. 



XCIIl 



ESTIMATE COST OF SIDEWALKS-Continued. 

Page. 
Ashland av, from Leland to Lawrence avs Approved 1273 



Austin av, from Noble st. to Western av 

Avenue 'A," from 70th to 71st sts., west side 

Avenue "H," from 98th to 100th sts 

Avenue "J," from 95th st. to B. & O. R. R., east side '. 

Avenue '"K," from 105th to 106th sts., east side 

Avers av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Balmoral av, from Ashland av. to Clark st., north side 

Balmoral av, from East Ravenswood Park to Clark st 

Basil av, from North av. to Bloomingdale rd 

Belmont av, from Holcomb to Lawrence avs 

Belmont av, from Milwaukee to Central Park avs., north side 

Belmont av, from Tracy av. to 105th st., west side 

Bissell av, from 73d to 74th sts., east side 

Blanchard av, from 75th to 76th sts., east side 

Blanchard st, from Smith st. to C. & A. R. R., west side , 

Bond av, from 71st to 75th sts 

Bross av, from Oakley to Western avs 

Buckingham pi, from Halsted st. to Evanston av 

Buffalo av, from 88th to 89th sts., east side 

California av, from 39th st. to C. & A. R. R 

California av, from 39th to 47th sts 

Calumet av, from 37th to 38th sts., east side 

Calumet av, from 43d to 51st sts « 

Calumet av, from 51st to 55th sts 

■Carpenter st, from Madison st. to Washington blvd 

Center av, from Park to Kedzie avs., south side 

Chauncy av, from 78th to 82d sts 

Chicago av, from St. Louis av. to 40th St., west , 

Clark st, from Division st. to North av 

Clark st, from 115th to 117th sts., west side 

Clark st, from 12th to 22d sts., east side , 

Clifton st, from Delaware av. to W. 40th st 

Colfax av, from 86th to 87th sts 

Commercial av, from 97th to 98th sts. , west side , 

Congress st, from Loomis st to Ashland av 

Cornell av, from 51st to 53d sts 

Cortland st, from 48th pi. to 48th st 

Dearborn st, from 29th to 31st sts 

Dearborn st, from 46fh to 47th sts 

Dearborn st, from 53d st. to Garfield blvd 

De Kalb st, from Polk to Leavitt sts 

Delaware ave, from C, B. & Q. R. R. to Twenty-sixth st 

Dickens st, from Mead to Sheridan sts 

Diversey av, from Kedzie to Maplewood avs 

Drexel av, from 77th to 78th sts 

Duncan av, from 77th st. to Railroad av., west side 

Duncan Park, from Wallace to Stewart avs 

East Ravenswood Park, from Sunnyside av. to Cosgrove st. east side. 

Eddy St. from Clark st to Racine av., north side 

Edgar st, from North av. to Clybourne pi 

Edwards av, from Railroad av. to 69th st., east side 

Eighty-third st, from Commercial av. to L. S. & M. S. R. R 

Eighty-third st, from Ontario to Green Bay avs 

"Eighty-sixth st, from Buffalo to Green Bay avs., north side 

Eighty-nuath st, from The Strand to B. & R. R 

Ellis av, from Bowen av. to 42d st, east side 

Ellis av, from 51st to 55th sts 

Ellis av, from Oakwood blvd. to U. S. Y. R. R 

Elm st, from East Meridian to Charles sts., north side ; 

Elston av, from Blackhawk to Blanche sts., east side 

Elston av, from Jefferson to Forest Glen aves 

Elston av,*f rom North to Belmont avs * 



1272 
1470 
1105 
1105 
1105 
1600 
1658 
1657 
1656 
1346 
1599 
1598 
1597 
1539 
2559 
2002 
1600 
1658 
1105 
1429 
1428 

970 
1540 

970 

693 
1657 
1104 
1600 

970 
1219 
1599 
2358 
1105 
1104 
2002 
1597 
1542 
1469 
1597 

970 
2002 
1873 
1273 
1599 
1104 
1358 

837 
1598 
1540 
2357 
1104 
1180 
1541 
2358 
1542 
1597 
1598 
1597 
1540 
1272 
1429 
1541 



XCIV 



INDEX. 



ESTIMATE COST OF SIDEWALKS-Continued. 

Pa^e. 

Bvanston av, from Montrose blvd. to Graceland av Approved 1597 

Ewing pi, from Robey to Leavitt sts " <J92 

Fairfield av, from Hirsch st. to North av " 694 

Fairmont av, from 26th st. to Ogden av., west side. " 1873 

Fairview av, from FuUerton to Diversey avs " 1273 

Fiftieth st, from Hart to Blanchard avs, north side " 1657 

Fiftieth st, from State st. to Ai-mour av '• " 1429 

Fifty-first st, from Kedzie to Spaulding avs, north side " 1470 

Fifty-first st, from State st. to Grand blvd " 1429 

Fifty-first st, from State st. to Stewart av " 142& 

Fifty-third st, from East End to Drexel avs " 159& 

Fifty-fourth st, from Washington to Woodland avs " 694 

Fifty-fifth st, from Lake to Washington avs., north side " 737 

Fifty-fifth st, from Western to Kedzie avs " l^l^ 

Florence av, from 42d to 43d sts, west side • " 837 

Fourteenth st, from Leavitt to Lincoln sts " 1901 

Fortieth st, from Grand blvd. to Vincennes av., south side " 69a 

Fortieth st (west), from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 1873 

Forty-first st, from Grand blvd. to Vincennes av " 970 

Forty-third st, from Grand blvd. to Oakenwald av " 738. 

Forty-fourth st, from Cottage Grove av. to Drexel blvd, south side " 692 

Forty-fifth st, from Michigan to Wabash avs., south side " 69^ 

Forty-sixth st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs., east side " 837 

Forty-eighth Place (west), from Armitage av. to Cortland st., east side " 1308 

Forty-ninth st. (west), from Armitage av. to C, M. & St. P. R. R., east side " 1599 

Forty-ninth st, from Cottage Grove av. to Grand blvd " 69a 

Frazier st, from 59th to 63d sts " 1541 

George st, from Perry st. to Ashland av " 1272^ 

Gladys av, from 40th st. (West) to 40th pi " 1542 

Grand av, from C, M. & St. P. R. R. to Armitage av., north side " 1657 

Graves pi, from 63d to 65th sts., east side •,. " 692 

Grove st, from Prospect to Hilliard avs., south side " 836 

Halsted st, from Evanston av. to Montrose blvd.' " 737 

Halsted st, from 67th to 69th sts., east side ', 837 

Halsted st, from Wrightwood to Evanston avs " 1900 

Hamlin av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 1599 

Harding av, from Lake to Kinzie sts " 1471 

Harding av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av • • • " 1657 

Hazel st, from Buena av. to Sulzer st " 693 

HiUiard av, from 103d st. to C, St. L. & P. R. R., east side " 836 

Homan av, from Centre av. to Gardner st " 1541 

Homan av, from Madison to Harrison sts "' 1308 

Homan av, from 66th to 67th sts., west side " 153& 

Homan av, from 27th to 31st sts " 14'<J8 

Hough st, from Maple to Charles sts " 160O 

Houston av, from 96th to 98th sts " 837 

Hoyne av, from Archer av. to 39th st " 1541 

Hoyne av, from Division st. to North av " 970 

Hoyne av, from Lake st. to Chicago av " 1428 

Huck av, from Clay st. to Lawrence av " 1219 

Hudson av, from Western av. to Pan Handle tracks, south side " 1539 

Humboldt av, from North to Armitage avs " 1601 

Hunting av, from Everett st to C. & N. W. R. R • • • " 1657 

Huron St., from St. Louis av. to 40th st. (West) " 1600 

Indiana st, from 40th to 46th sts " 1273 

Indiana st, from Monticello av. to 40th st " 1541 

Irving Park blvd, from Western to Kedzie avs., north side " 1657 

Jackson av, from Clark st. to Forest av., north side " 1308 

Jackson av, (Northwest cor.) 55th st • " 1901 

Jackson st, from Canal to Halsted sts " 737 

Jackson st, from 41st to 42d sts., north side. " 1180 

Jane st, from Ashland av. to Wood st " 1273 

Jefferson st, from 100th to 103d sts., east side. "• 1539 



INDEX. 



XCV 



ESTIMATE CObT OF SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Pa^e. 

Jeffrey av, from 75th to 77th sts Approved 1470 

Joseph St, from Archer av. to Hickory st " 1428 

Justine st, from Garfield blvd. to 63d st " 1540 

Kedzie av, from 49th to 63d sts., east side " 1429 

Kedzie av, from North av. to Palmer av " 1598 

Kemper pi, from Orchard to Larrabee sts " 1309 

Kenwood av, from 48th to 49th st " 1470 

Laflin st, from Garfield blvd. to 63d st ". 1540 

LaSalle st., from 60th to 61st sts " 1541 

Lawndale av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 1599 

Lawrence av, from Clark st. to Ashland av., north side " 1273 

Lexington av, from 63d to 65th sts " 693 

Lexington st, from Rockwell st. to'Washtenaw av " 1538 

Lill av, from Sheffield to Racine avs " 1600 

Lincoln av, from Clay to Washington sts., south side " 1539 

Lincoln st, from Lake st. to Chicago av " 1429 

Lincoln st, from Lake to VanBuren sts " 2200 

Linden av, from Selwyn to Park avs., southwest side " 1471 

Lunn ct, from Western av. to west terminus " 1539 

Maple st, from Hough to 99th sts., west side " 1598 

Marquette av, from 87th st. to South Chicago av " 1541 

Matteson st, from Wallace to Wright sts., north side " 1600 

Mead st, from Chicago av. to Huron st., east side " 1273 

» Michigan av, from 100th to 103d sts., east side " 1427 

Monroe st, from Homan av. to Central Park blvd " 694 

Montana st, from Ashland av. to Perry st " 1272 

Montrose blvd, from Alexander av. to Halsted st " 2002 

Murray st, from 99th to 100th sts., west side " 1657 

Murray st, from 99th to 103d st., east side " 1470 

Murray st, from 101st to 103d st., west side " 1873 

Musprat st, from 31st to 34th sts " 1428 

Mrytle st, from 65th to 67th sts " 693 

Nichols st, from Kinzie st. to Central blvd " 1471 

Ninety-third st, from Stony Island to Luella avs " 1470 

Ninety-fifth st, from Ewing av. to 95th st. bl-idge " 837 

Ninety-fifth st, from Prairie to Vincennes avs., south side " 970 

Ninety-ninth st, from Oak to Wood sts., south side " 1538 

Nixon st, from Polk to Taylor sts " idll 

Noble st, from Blanche st. to North av., east side " 1272 

North Branch st, from Cherry av. to Division st " 1273 

N^orwood av, from Kedzie to Homan avs " 1273 

Nutt av, from 73d to 74th sts T " 1308 

Oak st, from 95th to 99th sts, east side " 1538 

Oakenwald av, from 42d to 43d sts ^ " 1470 

Oakley av, from 34th st. to Bross av " I6OO 

Oakwood av, from Hart to Sacramento avs " 1428 

Ogden av, from 44th to 46th sts " 1541 

Ohio st, from Paulina st. to Western av " 1600 

Ohio st, from St. Louis av. to 40th st., west " 1598 

One Hundred and First st, from Halsted st. to Vincennes av " 1428 

Page st, from 46th to 47th sts " 1541 

Palmer av. from 67th to 71st sts, east side " 1599 

Park av, from Everett st. to Irving Park blvd., east side •' 1308 

Park av, from 101st to 103d sts., west side " 1538 

Park av, from Paulina st. to Western av " 1272 

Paulina st, from Belmont av. to Dunning st " 1656 

Paulina st, from Clybourn av. to Diversey st " 1540 

Paulina st, from Lake st. to Chicago av " 1429 

Pearl st, from Washington to Maple avs, south side " 1539 

Powell av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs " 1597 

Prairie av, from 95th to 99th sts, west side " 970 

Prescott st, from Charles st. to Crawford av, south side " 1219 

Racine av, from Newport to Addison avs, east side. " 1272 



XCVI 



INDEX. 



ESTIMATE COST OF SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page. 
Ridgeland av, from North av. to C, M. & St. P. R. R Approved 1540 



Robey st, from Lake st. to Chicago avs 

St. Lawrence av, from 41st to 42d sts 

St. Lawrence av, from 47th to 51st sts., east side 

St. Lawrence av, from 71st to 72d sts., east side 

St. Louis av, from Kinzie st. to Washtenaw av, west side 

St. Louis av, from 27th to 31st sts 

Sacramento av. from Kinzie to Ohio sts 

Sacramento av, from 12th to Fillmore sts 

Sawyer av, from Ogden av. to 16th st 

Seventieth st, from State st. to Vincennes av 

Seventieth st, from Stony Island av. to Avenue "B" 

Seventy-first st, from Stony Island to Euclid avs » 

Seventy-first st, from Vincennes rd. to alley bet. Vincennes rd. and La Fayette av., S. S. 

Seventy-second st, from Yates to Railroad avs., north side 

Seventy-third st, from Bissell to Yates avs., south side 

Seventy-fourth st, from St. Lawrence av. to P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 

Seventy-fourth st, from Yates to Jeffrey avs., south side 

Seventy-eighth st, from Woodlawn to Nutt avs 

Sheffield av, from Belden to FuUerton avs 

Sheffield av, from Montrose blvd. to N. 59th st _ 

Shell av, from 71st to 75th st 

Sheridan av, from 83d to 87th sts 

Sixtieth ct, from Union av. to Halsted st 

Sixty-first st, from Stony Island av. to I. C. R. R 

Sixty-first st, from Wentworth to Princeton avs. , north side 

Sixty-third st, from Halsted st. to Ashland av 

Sixty-fourth st, from South Park to Vincennes avs 

Sixty-fourth st, from Woodlawn av. to I. C. R. R 

Sixty-fifth st, from Sheridan to Drexel avs 

Sixty-sixth st, from I. C. R. R. to Woodlawn av 

Sixty-eighth st, from Wentworth av. to State st 

Sixty-ninth st, from Prairie av. to State st 

Sixty -ninth st, from South Chicago to Cottage Grove avs 

Snell st, from Chicago av. south 100 feet, east side^ « 

South Chicago av, from 93d to 95th sts., northeast side 

Spaulding av, from Madison to Harrison sts., east side 

Paulding av, from Madison st. to Colorado av 

Spaulding av, from 26th to 31st sts 

Springfield av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av ■ 

Star av, from 63d st. to south terminus 

State st, from Burton pi. to North av . , west side 

State st, from 47th to 55th sts., west side : 

State st, from 111th to 115th sts 

Stevens st, from Jackson to Van Buren sts 

Stewart av, from Winneconna av. to 79th st., west side 

Stony Island av, from 56th to 67th sts., west side 

Storms av, from 75th to 76th sts. , east side 

Sulzer st, from Ashland av. to Robey st 

Summerdale av, from East Ravenswood Park to Clark st 

Sumner av, from 83d to 87th sts — '. 

Superior av, from 87th to 92d sts 

Taylor st, from California to Kedzie avs., south side 

Thirty-third st, from Halsted to Laurel sts., south side 

Thirty-fourth st, from Ashland av. to Paulina st 

Thirty -fourth st, from Hoyne to Western avs 

Thirty -fifth st, from South Branch of River to Archer av 

Thirty -fifth st, from Wabash av. to alley east of State st., south side 

Thirty-seventh st, from Grand blvd. to Vincennes av., south side 

Thirty-ninth st, fi'om Ashland av. to Wood st 

Thirty -ninth st, from Cottage Grove to Langley avs 

Thirty-ninth st, from Gi'and blvd. to Cottage Grove av., north side 

Thirty -ninth st, from Michigan av. to Grand blvd., south side 



1429 
1901 

970 
1471 
1538 
1541 
1873 

970 
1658 
2357 
1542 
1349 
1308 
1596 
1598 
1470 
1470 
1471 
1272 
1597 
1539 
1540 
1538^ 

970* 
1597 
1307 
1539 
1600 
1597 
1598 
1347 
1428 
1471 
1599- 
1470 
1657 
1308 
1542 
1601 
1598 
1596 
1428 
1428 
1600 
1598. 

693 
1539 
127^ 
1601 
1600 
1901 
1308 
1469 
1657 
1470 
1540 

692 
1656 
1540 
1658 

693 

693 



INDEX, 



XCVII 



ESTIMATE COST OF SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page . 

Trumbull av, from Central Park blvd to Ohio st Approved 1601 

Twenty-third st, from Armour to Wabash avs " 1656 

Twenty-fourth st, from State st. to Armour av " 1656 

Twenty-flfth st, from Delaware av. to W. 40th st " 2358 

Twenty-sixth st, fromState st. to Armour av., north side " 1599 

Twenty-seventh st, from Whipple st. to Sacramento av •> " 1540 

Twenty-eighth st, from Kedzie to Central Park avs " 1539 

Union av, from 39th to Snyder st. east side " 1429 

Union st, from 100th to lOlst sts, west side " 1470 

Van Buren st, from California to Kedzie avs " 1308 

Van Buren st, from Kedzie to Homan avs, north side " 1308 

Van Buren st, from Morgan to Sangamon sts, south side " 1873 

Vernon av, from Irving Park blvd. to north end Block 5, Baxter's Add " 1308 

Vernon av, from 34th to 35th sts . , west side " 693 

Vernon av, from 63d to 65th sts " 1471 

Vincennes av, from 35th st. to Waldlow pi. , west side " 969 

Vincennes av, from 72d to 74th sts., east side " 737 

Vincennes av, from 73d to 75th sts., west side " 738 

Vincennes av, from 74th to 75th sts., east side " 738 

Vincennes av, from 99th to Elm sts., west side " 1308 

Wabash av, from 12th to 22d sts " 2200 

Wabash av, from 35th to 39th sts " 2002 

Wabash av, from 47th to 48th sts., east side " 1429 

Wabash av, from 51st to 55th sts " 1597 

Wabash av, from 58th to 59th sts, west side " 693 

Wabash av, from 59th to 61st sts. " 1599 

Wabansia av, from Howard to Columbia avs, south side " 1272 

Wabansia av, from St. Paul R. R. to McAuley av " 1539 

Wall st, from 33d to 34th sts " 1601 

Walnut st, from East Ravenswood Park to Clark st " 1657 

Ward st, from Wrightwood av. to Dunning st " 1272 

Warner av, from C. & N. W. R. R. to Elston av., south side " 1219 

Warren av, from Western av. to Rockwell st " 969 

Waghburne av, from Lincoln to Robey sts " 2357 

Washington av, from Everett st. to Irving Park blvd, east side " 1219 

Washington blvd, from Western to California avs " 1104 

Washtenaw av, from North av. to Hirsch st ; " 969 

Webster av, from Clark st. to Lincoln av. " 1271 

Webster av, from 74th to 75th sts " 1657 

Wellington av, from Clark st. to Evanston av., north side " 969 

Wentworth av, from 47th to 63d sts " 1873 

Wentworth av, from 196th to 107th sts., east side " 1599 

Western av, from Chicago to North avs " 2357 

Western av, from Roscoe to Addison sts " 1539 

Western av, from 39th to 43d sts., west side " 2357 

Williams av, from Hamlin to Homan avs " 1273 

Willis st, from Holcomb to Crawford avs., south side " 1273 

Winchester av, from Polk to Harrison sts., east side " 1656 

Wood st, from Carroll to Chicago avs " 1428 

Wright st, from 56th to Fremont " 1219 

Wright st, from 39th to 43d sts., east side " 837 

Wright st, from Webster to Belmoral avs " 165G 

Wright st, from Wilson st. to Leland av " 1271 

Yale st, from 69th to 70th sts., east side " 692 

Yale st, from 70th to 71st sts., west side " 693 



ESTIMATE COST OF STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Alley from Albany to Kedzie avs., bet. Polk st. and Western av., curbing, grading and 

paving ; Approved 1596 

Alley from Archer av. to 20th st., bet. State and Dearborn sts., cxirbing, grading and 

paving " 933 



XCVllI INDEX. 

ESTIMATE COST OF STREET IMPROVEME^^TS-Continued. 

Page. 

Alley in Ashland Add. (N. E. and W.), curbing, grading and paving Approved 1468 

Alley from Ashland av. to Rumsey st., bet. Chicago av. and Clarinda St., curbing, grad- 
ing and paving '^ I4g8 

Alley from Austin av. to Indiana St., bet. Peoria and Sangamon sts., curbing, grading 

and parang " 1538 

Alley, Block 4, Walker & Armour's Add., curbing, grading and paving " 638 

Alley, Block 7, Union Park Second Add., curbing, grading and paving \ [[ ^^^^ 

Alley, Block 8 Vernon Park Add., curbing, grading and paving " 639 

Alley, S. Vi Block 12 C. T. Sub., W. V» W. V^ N. E. J4, 17,139, 14,'curbing, grading and paving " 1468 

Alley, Block 13, Union Park Second Add., curbing, grading and paving " 1103 

Alley, Block 17, C. T. Sub. W. H, 17, 39, 14, curbing, grading and paving " 250 

AUey, Block 24, C. T. Sub., 33, 40, 14, S. H, curbing, grading and paving " 1104 

Alley, Block 34, School Sec. Add., curbing, grading and paving " 638 

Alley fom Belden to Fullerton avs., bet. CUfton and Seminary avs., curbing, grading and 

paving " 1103 

Alley bet. Belden and Racine avs., Fullerton and Clifton avs., curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 638 

Alley bet. Bowen av. and 41st St., Grand blvd. and Vincennes av., curbing, grading and 

paving '« 139 

AUey between Berkley and Greenwood avs., 43d and 44th sts., curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 138 

Alley from California av. to C. & N. W. R. R., curbing, grading and paving " 1007 

Alley bet. Centre av. and Lytle St., Gilpin pi. and Arthington St., curbing, grading and 

paving. " 250 

Alleys bet. Claremont and Oakley avs., Van Buren and Harrison sts., curbing, grading 

and paving " 1595 

Alleys bet. Clark and Larrabee sts., Deming ct. and Frederick St., curbing, grading and 

paving «< 348 

Alleys bet. Clark st. and Hampden ct., Wrightwood av. and Deming ct., curbing, grading 

and paving. " jio3 

Alleys from Cleveland av. to Mohawk St., bet. North av. and Eugenie St., curbing, grad- 
ing and paving " 638 

Alleys bet. Clifton, Seminary, Belden and Webster avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1304 

Alleys bet. Congress and Harrison sts., Leavitt st. and Hoyne av., curbing, grading and 

paving " 1103 

Alleys "Geary st," from Delaware pi. to Chestnut St., curbing, grading and paving " 2001 

Alleys bet. Desplaines and Halsted sts.. Congress and Harrison sts., curbing, grading and 

paving '« 138 

Alleys from 18th to 19th sts., bet. State and Dearborn sts., curbing, grading and paving. . " 691 

Alleys bet. Ellis and Berkely avs.. 43d and 44th sts., curbing, grading and paving " 138 

Alleys from Eugenie to Menominee sts., bet. Cleveland av. and Hull St., curbing, grad- 

. ing and paving •' 792 

Alleys from Eugenie to Menominee sts., bet. Cleveland and Hudson avs., curbing, grad- 
ing and paving " 250 

Alleys from west line of Evanston av. to alley bet. Graceland av. and Edgcomb ct., 

curbing, grading and paving " 348 

Alleys from Evergreen to Fowler sts., bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., curbing, grading 

and paving " 1590 

Alleys from Ewing pi. to North av., bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., curbing, grading and 

paving " 1537 

Alleys bet. 50th St., Madison Park, Woodlawn and Madison avs., curbing, grading and 

paving " 1468 

Alleys from 40th to 41st sts., bet. State st. and Wabash av., curbing, grading and pa\ing " 138 

Alleys from 4«d to 43d sts., bet. Ellis av. and Drexel blvd., curbing, grading and paving. . " 1537 

Alleys from 42d to 43d sts., bet. Evans and Langley avs., curbing, grading and paving. . . " 638 

Alley bet. 44th and 45th sts.. Greenwood and Sidney avs., curbing, grading and paving. . '* 138 

Alley from 44th to 4.5th sts., bet. Sidney and Woodlawn avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1596 

Alley from Fowler to LeMoyne sts., bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., curbing, grading and 

paving " 1537 

Alley from Francisco st. to Sacramento av., bet. Lake and Walnut sts., curbing, grading 

and paving " 1103 

Alley from Francisco st. to Sacramento av., bet. Van Buren and Congress sts., curbing, 

grading and paving '• 63!) 



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Alley from Franklin to Sedgwick sts., bet. North av. and Starr St., curbing, grading and 

paving Approved 14 

Alley, first west of Franklin St., from WendeU to Oak sts., curbing, grading and paving. " 2200 

Alley bet. Gurley and Polk sts., Aberdeen and May sts., curbing, grading and paving — '* 1467 

Alley bet. Gurley and Polk sts., MiUer and Sholto sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1467 

Alley bet. Gurley and Polk sts., Morgan and Miller sts., curbing, grading and paving — " 1467 

AUey bet. Halsted and Dajiion sts., North av. and WUlow st. , curbing, grading and paving " 1007 

Alley bet. Halsted and Johnson sts., 21st and 22d sts., curbing, grading and paving " 534 

Alley bet. Halsted and Union sts., Evans ct. and 18th St., curbing, grading and paving. . . " 533 
Alley bet. Harding and Crawford avs.. Lake st. and Park av., curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 968 

AUey bet. Harrison and Gurley, Aberdeen and May sts., curbing, grading and paving — " 1537 
AUey bet. Harrison st. and Hubbard ct., Wabash and Michigan avs., curbing, grading 

and paving " 1102 

AUey bet. Harrison and Polk, Jefferson st. and Law av., curbing, grading and paving. . . " 639 
Alley bet. Harrison and Vernon Park pi.. Centre av. and Lytle St., curbing, grading and 

paving " 638 

Alley bet. HiUs and Wendell, Market and Sedgwick sts., curbing, grading and paving — " 1270 

Alley bet. Hoyne av., Leavitt St., Emerson av. and Ohio st., curbing, grading and paving. " 639 

AUey bet. Jane and Emily and Samuel and Wood sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1348 

Alley from Jefferson to Clinton sts., bet. WUson and MaxweU sts., curbing, grading and 

paving '. " 1104 

AUey bet. Johnson and Halsted sts., 18th and 19th sts., curbing, grading and paving — "' 1534 
AUey bet. Judd and Wilson and Clinton and Canal sts., curbing, grading and paving — " 638 
AUey from Kedzie to Homan avs., bet. Walnut and Fulton sts., curbing, filUng and pav- 
ing " 1656 

Alley bet. Lake st., Park av., Paulina st. and Ashland av., curbing, grading and pa\ang. . " 1103 
AUey from Leavitt st. to Oakley av., between Austin av. and Ferdinand St., curbing, 

grading and paving " 691 

AUey from Leavitt st. to Ogden av., bet. Harrison and Flournoy sts., curbing, fiUing and 

paving " 1596 

Alley from Leavitt st. to Oakley av., bet. Park av. and Washington blvd., curbing, grad- 
ing and paving " 1834 

Alley from LeMoyne st. to Ewing pL, bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., curbing, grading and 

paving " 1537 

Alley from Liberty to Maxwell sts., bet. Union and Halsted sts., curbing, grading and 

paving " 1467 

Alley from Lincoln to Robey sts., bet. Chicago av. and Superior St., curbing, grading and 

paving " 534 

AUey from Lincoln to Robey sts., bet. Erie and Huron sts., curbing, grading and pa\ing. . " 1538 
AUey from Lincoln st. to Winchester av., bet. VanBuren and Congress sts., curbing, grad- 
ing and paving " 1104 

AUey from Locust to Whiting sts., bet. Market and Sedgwick sts., curbing, grading and 

paving " 1468 

Alley bet. Madison and Washington sts., May and Ann sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1537 
AUey from Market to Franklin sts., bet. Huron and Erie sts., curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 638 

Alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., from Congress to Harrison sts., grading and 

paving " 968 

AUey bet. Michigan and Wabash avs. to 8 feet south from Hubbard ct., curbing, grad- 
ing and paving " 969 

Alley bet. MiUer and Sholto sts., Polk and Taylor sts . , curbing, gi*ading and paving " 1537 

Alley bet. Morgan and MiUer sts., Polk and Taylor sts. , curbing, grading and paving. . . " 1467 
Alley from 19th St. to Archer av., bet. State and Dearborn sts., curbing, grading and 

paving ♦' 1065 

Alley bet. North and Ashland avs., Keenan and Paulina sts ., curbing, flUing and grading " 1656 
Alley bet. North av., Lincoln st.. Elk Grove ct. and Dudley st., curbing, filling and pav- 
ing " 1656 

AUey from North to Wabansia avs., bet. Elk Grove ct. and Dudley St., curbing, grading 

and paving " 348 

Alley bet. Oak and Wendell sts. , Market and Franklin sts., curbing, grading and paving. " 250 

AUey from Oak to WendeU sts., bet. Market and Sedgwick sts., curbing, grading and 

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Alley from Oak to Wkiting sts., bet. Market and Sedgwick sts., curbing, grading and ^^^^' 

paving *"* * d 1467 

Alley from Ogden av. to Polk st„ bet. Winchester av. and" Robey st.' " curbing^ grading ^^'^''''^ 

pa^'"^ .:. u lOQ. 

Alley bet. Orchard and Larrabee sts., Belden av. and Kemper pi., curbing, grading and 

paving *' „ j^gg 

Alley from Osgood st. to Seminary av., bet. Webster and Belden avs., curbing grading 

and paving ^' * ^ ,, ^^^^ 

Alley bet. Paulina st. and Hermitage av., Jackson and Van Buren sts., curbing grading 

and paving _ * * ^ ,, ^^^^ 

Alley from east line of Paulina st. to east terminus, bet. Washington blvd. and Park ay 

curbing, grading and paving ' „ ^^^^ 

Alley from Paulina to Wood sts. , bet. Madison st. and Ogden av! ," curbing! grading' and 

paving ,, jggg 

Alley bet. Polk and E wing sts., Halsted st. and Blue Island av., curbing, grading and 

paving . 25(^ 

Alley from Polk to Taylor sts. , bet. Irving and Oakley avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1104 

Alley from Polk to Taylor sts., bet. Marshfield and Ashland avs., curbing, grading and 

paving .^. . jQQg 

Alleys from Robey st. to Winchester av., bet. Congress and Van Buren sts., curbing' 

filling and paving ' ,, ^^^ 

Alleys from St. Lawrence to Langleyavs., bet. 41st st. and Bowe'n av., curbing grading 

and paving ' ^ ,, ^^^ 

Alleys from Sacramento to Albany avs., bet. Lake and Walnut sts., curbing, grading and 

paving .. j^Qg 

Alleys from Samuel to Wood sts., bet. Jane and Division sts., curbing, grading and pav- 

A 11 ^^^^1 'l"c""- " 1468 

Alleys bet. Seminary av., Osgood st., Belden and FuUerton avs., curbing, grading and 

paving .. j3Q^ 

Alleys from 17th to 18th sts., bet. State and Dearborn sts., curbing, grading and paving. " 691 

Alleys bet. ShefBeld av. and Osgood St., Belden and Fullerton avs., Curbing, grading and 

paving „ j3Q^ 

Alleys bet. Shober st. and Wabansia av., North av. and Leavitt st., curbing, grading and 

paving ,. jjQg 

Alleys from Sibley st. to east terminus, bet. Harrison st. and Vernon Park pL, curbing 

graciing and paving n ., frno 

Alleys bet. Southport av. and High st., Fullerton and Belden avs., curbing, grading and 

paving 4t jQQg 

Alleys bet. Taylor and 12th sts., Brown and Morgan sts., curbing, grading and paving. . . " 1537 

Alleys bet. Taylor and 12th sts.. Centre av. and Lytic sts., curbing, grading and paving. . " 1537 

Alleys bet. Taylor and 12th sts., Johnson and Brown sts., curbing, grading and paving. . " 1537 

Alleys bet. Taylor and 12th sts., Lytle and Throop sts., curbing, grading and paving. .... " 1467 

AUeys from 31st to 33d sts., bet. Armour av. and La Salle st., curbing grading and paving " 836 

Alleys bet. 38th and 39th sts., Langley and Cottage Grove avs., curbing, grading and 

paving u 1103 

Alleys from 22d to 23d sts., bet. Cottage Grove and Prairie avs., curbing, grading and 

paving » 22Q(j 

Alleys bet. Vernon Park pi., ;Macahster pL, Centre av. and Lytle St., curbing, grading 

and paving u ^kq 

Alleysbet. Washington and Lake sts., California av. and Clarksonct., curbing, grading i " 1103 

paving _ i .. ^jg^ 

Alley from Washtenaw to California avs., bet. Harrison and Flournoy sts., curbing, grad- 

and paving u jggg 

Alley from Washtenaw to California avs., bet. Flournoy st. and Lexington av., curbing, 

grading and paving .* ^59^ 

Alley bet. Webster, Belden, Racine and Clifton avs., curbing grading and paving " 1065 

Alley bet. Webster av. and Clark st., Garfield av and Sedgwick st., curbing, grading and 

paving u ggg 

Alley bet. Webster av. and Orchard St., Grove ct. and Larrabee st., curbing, grading and 

paving - 63g 

Alley bet. Wendell and Hill sts., Market and Franklin sts., curbing, grading and paving.. " 250 

Alley bet. Willow st. and North av., Halsted and Burling sts., curbing, fiUing and paving " 2559 

Alley from Wood to Lincoln sts., between Polk and Taylor sts., curbing, grading and 

paving II j^^Qg 



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Aberdeen St., from 55th to 59th sts., curbing, filling and paving ; Approved 1304 

Adams St., from 40th to 46th sts., curbing, grading and paving j u jgjg 

Addison st., from Lincoln to Ashland avs., curbing, grading and paving " 637 

Albany ay., from Harrison to 12th sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1103 

Albany av., from 12th st. to Douglas blvd. , curbing, grading and paving " 121& 

Ann St., from Washington to Lake sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1102 

Anthony av., from South Park av. to 70th St., curbing, grading and macadamizing " , 1537 

Ashland av., from Lake to Indiana sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1873 

Ashland av., from Lawrence to Webster ave., curbing, grading and paving " 691 

Atlantic st., from 39th to Root sts., curbing, filling and paving - " 1469 

Atlantic st., from 47th to 55th sts. , curbing, filling and paving " 2559 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts., curbing, grading and macadamizing ■' 532 

.Augusta st, from Robey st. to California av., curbing, filling and paving " 1595 

Augusta st, from Western av. to Seymour st., curbing, filling and paving " 2559 

Avers av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., curbing, filling and paving " 53S 

Bernice av, from Robey st. to W. line of C. & N. W. R. R., curbing, grading and paving. " 836 

Better st, from Sholto to May sts., curbing, grading and paving " IOCS' 

Bishop st, from 51st to 55th sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1833 

Bissell St., from 39th to 43d sts., curbing, filling and paving " 533 

Bonney av, from Ogden av. to Douglas Park blvd., curbing, filling and paving " 249 

Brest av, from Evanston to Southport avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1271 

Burling st, from Wrightwood av. to 418 feet south, curbing, grading and paving " 691 

Byron av, from Humboldt blvd. to California av., curbing, filling and paving " 2200 

Calumet av, from 25th to 26th sts., curbing, grading and paving " 736 

Canal st, from Van Buren to Harrison sts., grading and paving " ,1102 

Carpenter st, from 50th to 51st sts. , curbing, filling and paving '* 1305 

Carpenter st, from 55th to 59th sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1348 

Cass st, from Michigan to Rush sts., curbing, filling and paving " 564 

Central Park av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd, curbing, grading and paving " 1271 

Champlain av, from Archer av. to 37th st., curbing, gi-ading and paving " 883 

Chestnut st, from La Salle av. to east line of Johnson, Roberts & Storrs' Addition, curb- 
ing, grading and paving " 836 

Clybourn av, from FuUerton to Ashland avs., curbing, grading and paving " 836 

Clybourn pi, from Chicago River to C. & N. W. R. R., curbing, grading and paving " 186 

Cologne st, from Main to Quarry sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1305 

Columbia av, from North to Humboldt avs., curbing, filling and paving " 1833 

Commercial av, from Lincoln to Berteau avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1270' 

Commercial st, from Addison st. to Lincoln av., curbing, grading and paving - " 2200 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs., cui'bing, grading and paving '* 637 

Congress st, from 5th av. to Franklin st., curbing, grading and paving " * 736' 

Conneaut av, from California to Hoffman avs., curbing, filling and paving " 1873 

Cottage Grove av, from 22d to 26th sts., curbing, grading and paving " 736 

Cottage Grove av, from 52d to 59th sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1467 

Crawford av, from Madison to Lake sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1271 

Cross st, from Lyman to 31st sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1469' 

Curtis st, from Lake to Madison sts., grading and paving " 1102 

Cypress st, from Kendall st. to Ogden av., curbing, grading and paving " 638 

Damon st, from Sholto to May sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1008 

Dayton st, from Rees st. to North av., curbing, filling and paving " 1348 

Dexter av, from Union av. to Lot 1, Assessors' Div., S. W. )4 Sec. 4, 38, 14, curbing, grad- 
ing and paving " 533 

Dearborn st, from Jackson to Polk sts., curbing, grading, and paving " 883 

Dearborn st, from Monroe to Madison sts. , curbing, grading and paving " 737 

Dickens av, from Humboldt blvd. to California av., curbing, filling and paving " 220O 

Diversey st, from North Branch of River to Kedzie av . , curbing, filling and paving • " 532 

Division st, from North Branch of River to Milwaukee av., grading and paving " 21 

Division st, from State st. to Lake Shore Drive, curbing, grading and paving " 737 

Dreyer st, from 47th to 51st st. curbing, filling and paving " 1469* 

Duncan Park, from Wallace st, to Stewart av., curbing, filling and uaving " 1305 

Dudley st, from Armitage av. to Hervey st., curbing, filling and paving " , 249 

Eighteenth st, from Western to California avs., curbing, filling and pa^sdng " 2002 

Eighty-ninth st. from South Chicago av. to I. C. R. R., curbing, filling and paving " 1595 

Elizabeth st, from Randolph to Lake sts., cui'bing, grading and paving " 792 



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ESTIMATE COST OF STREET IMPROVEMENTS-Cont'nued. 

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Ellis av, from 41st to 46th sts., curbing, grading and paving Approved 691 

Ellen st, from Lincoln st. to west terminus, curbing, grading and paving " 1466 

Elston av, from Belmont to Kedzie avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1536 

Elston av, from Divison st. to North av. , curbing, grading and paving " 79 

Elston av, from Milwaukee to North avs. , curbing, grading and paving " 1427 

Erie st, from Clarli to State sts., grading and paving " 1303 

Erie av, from 91st st to South Chicago av. , curbing, filling and paving \ 11 P 

( 533 

Esoanaba av, from Srth to 91st sts., curbing, filling and macadamizing " 347 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts., curbing, grading and paving " 159,5 

Earrell st, from Archer av. to 31st st., curbing, fiUing and paving i [[ ^^^ 

Faye st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R., curbing, grading and paving -j [[ '^^^ 

Ferdinand st, from Noble to Armour sts., curbing, grading and paving. " 1466 

Ferdinand st, from Wood to Lincoln sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1466 

Fiftieth ct, from Cottage Grove to St. Lawrence avs., curbing, grading and paving \ [[ ^^^ 

Fifty-second st, from Morgan st. to Centre av., curbing, filling and paving „ 1536 

Fifty-third st, from I. C. R. R. to Lake Michigan, curbing and macadamizing " 737 

Fifty-fourth st, from Drexel to Woodlawn avs, curbing, grading and macadamizing " 2200 

Fifty-seventh st, from Morgan st. to Ashland av., curbing, filling and paving " 1348 

Fifty-seventh st, from State to Halsted sts. , curbing, filling and paving " 691 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wentworth av. to railroad right of way in Stewart av., curbing, 

grading and paving " 533 

Fillmore st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving "• 1303 

Flournoy st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving " 1304 

Forty-first st, from Halsted st. to 469 ft. east of Wright st., curbing, filling and paving. . . " 1536 

Forty-first st, from Halsted to Wallace sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1270 

Forty-second pi, from Vincennes to St. Lawrence avs., curbing, grading and macadam- 
izing " 1469 

Forty-third st, from Ashland to Western avs, curbing, filling and paving " 637 

Forty-seventh st, from Cottage Grove av. to Drexel blvd., curbing, grading and paving. " 1834 

Forty-eighth st, from Wood to Halsted sts., curbing, filling and pa\ang " 1305 

Forty-eighth st, from Woodlawn to Madison avs. , curbing, grading and paving " 79 

Francisco st, from Chicago av. to Division St., curbing, filling and paiving \ ,, ^^^ 

Franklin st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., curbing, grading and paving " 1466 

Franklin st, from Van Buren to Harrison sts., curbing, grading and paving " 792 

Fulton st, from Desplaines to Halsted sts., grading and paving " 836 

biddings st, from Robey to Leavitt sts., curbing, filling and paving " 737 

Oladys av, from 40th to 46th sts. (west), curbing, grading and paving " 1304 

Gordon st, from Stewart to Wentworth avs, curbing, filling and paving " 1271 

{" 249 
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4ireenwooa av, irom cantornia to Hoffman avs., curbing, filling and paving " 1873 

Grenshaw st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving " 1303 

Harding av, from Kinzie to Lake sts., curbing, grading and paving " 637 

Harrison st, from Hoyne to Western avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1304 

Harvard st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving " 1304 

Herndon st, from Lincoln av. to Wellington st, curbing, grading and paving " 692 

Herndon st, from Roscoe st. to Belmont av., curbing, grading and paving " 1655 

Homer st, from Western to Washtenaw avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1271 

i " 21 

Houston av, from 87th to 93d sts. , curbing, filling and paving ■< ,, * 

j 1872 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe to Cornelia sts, curbing, grading and paving " 250 

806 

Humoomt av, trom western to California avs., curbing, filling and paving " 1536 

Humboldt st., from Armitage to Palmer avs., curbing, filling and paving " 2200 

Jglehart pi, from 27th st. to north terminus, curbing, grading and paving '• 583 

Indiana av, from 12th to 13th sts., curbing, grading and pa\ing " 1536 

Indiana st, from Clark to St. Clair sts., curbing, grading and paving " 638 



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ESTIMATE COST OF STEEET IMPROVEMENTS-Continued. 

Page, 

Illinois St, from St. Clair st. east 1,500 ft., curbing, grading and paving \ ^PP^^^^d 96^ 

I 1271 

liO^ 

institute pi, from Market st. to west terminus, curbing, grading and paving " 249^ 

Institute pi, from Wells st. to east terminus, curbing, filling and paving " 691 

Iowa st, from Lincoln to Robey sts., curbing, grading and paving " 146& 

Iowa st, from Robey st. to Hoyne av., curbing, grading and paving " 250 

Jackson av, from 53d to 54th sts., grading and macadamizing " 139 

Jackson st, from 40th st. to 46th pi., curbing, grading and paving " 1008 

Kedzie av, from Palmer pi. to North av., curbing, filling and paving " 1008 

Keefe av, from Rhodes to Anthony avs., curbing, grading and macadamizing " 1537 

Keeney av, from North to Humboldt avs., curbing, filling and paving " 1655 

Lake st, from Homan to Crawford avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1102^ 

Lake av, from 37th st. to Oakwood av., curbing, grading and paving " 21 

Langley av, from 63d to 69th sts. , curbing, grading and paving " 1595. 

LaSalle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st.. curbing, grading and paving } " 736 

/ " 88% 

LaSalle av, from Chicago av. to Division st., curbing, grading and paving " 1467 

LaSalle av, from Division to Clark sts., curbing, grading and paving \ W ^^^ 

LaSalle st, from Monroe to Madison sts., curbing, grading and paving " 691 

Laurel av, from FuUerton to Diversey avs., curbing, filling and paving " 187^ 

Leavitt st, from Archer to Bross avs., curbing, filling and paving " 933 

Leavitt st, from Clybourn to Belmont ays., curbing, filling and paving " 737' 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts., curbing, grading and paving " 249- 

Lexington st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving " 1304 

Lexington st, from Francisco St. to Kedzie av., curbing, grading and paving " 250' 

Linden av., from Humboldt blvd. to Diversey st., curbing, filling and paving " 1834 

Main st, from Archer av. to South Branch of River, grading and paving " 564 

Marianna st, from Southport to Lincoln avs., curbing, grading and paving " 34f? 

Market st, from Randolph to Madison sts., curbing, grading and paving " 736» 

Market st, from Van Buren St. to south terminus, curbing, grading, and paving " 96^ 

Mattison st, from Union Stock Yards & Transit Co. to Wallace st., curbing, filling and 

paving " 1835 

May st, from Lake to Washington sts., grading and paving " 1102 

Millard av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd., curbing, grading and paving " 12I8 

Milton av, from Oak to Division sts., grading and paving " 533, 

Milwaukee av, from Chicago to North avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1218 

Milwaukee av, from Crawford av. to Irving Park blvd., curbing, filling and paving " " 1834 

Milwaukee av, from Kedzie to Crawford avs., curbing, filling and paving " 348 

Milwaukee av, from Lake st. to Chicago av., curbing, grading and paving " 836 

Montana st, from Ashland av. to Perry st. , curbing, grading and paving. " 139 

Montana st, from Racine av. to Surrey ct. , curbing, grading and paving " 1065 

Morgan st, from 51 st to 54th sts., curbing, filling and paving " 79 

Morgan st, from Lake to Van Buren sts. , curbing, grading and paving " 969 

Mozart st, from Armitage to Palmer avs., curbing filling and paving " 2200- 

Myrtle av, from Milwaukee to Diversey avs., curbing, filling and paving " i87a 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Racine av., curbing, grading and paving " 692: 

Ninety-third st, from Harbor to South Chicago avs., curbing, grading and paving " 249 

Oakdale av, from Shef&eld av. to Herndon st., curbing, grading and paving " 250 

Oakley av, from 36th st. to Archer av., curbing, fining and paving " 790: 

Ohio st, from Avers to Springf^ld avs., curbing, filing and paving " 533 

Palmer av, from Palmer sq. to California av. , curbing, filling and paving " 220O' 

Parmelee st, from Hoyne to Western avs. , curbing, filling and paving " 533; 

Paulina st, from Lincoln av. t6 Addison st. , curbing, grading and paving " 220a 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs . , curbing, grading and paving " 1304 

Paulina st, from Roscoe st. to Berteau av. , curbing, grading and paving " 53a 

Pearl st, from Webster to Garfield avs . , curbing, grading and paving " 69^ 

Perry st, from Belmont av. to Wellington st. , curbing, grading and paving " 139- 

Perry st, from Fullerton av . to Montana st . , curbing, filling and paving " 564 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs . , curbing, filling and paving \ " ^"^ 

^ " 1872! 



CIV 



INDEX. 



ESTIMATE COST OF STREET IMPROVEME^TS-Continued. 

Peterson st, from Hoyne av . to Robey st . , curbing, filling and paving Approved 249 

Poe st, from Osgood st. to Maud av. , curbing, filing and paving " 12I8 

Polk st, from Douglas blvd . to Crawford av. , curbing, grading and paving •' 1303 

Prairie av, from 22d to 25tli sts . , curbing, grading and paving " 735 

Quincy st, from Franklin to Market sts . , curbing, grading and paving " 736 

Randolph st, from Halsted to Ann sts . , grading and paving " 835 

Randolph st, from Halsted to Ann sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1536 

Rebecca st, from Rockwell st. east 429 feet, curbing, filling and paving " i469 

Rhodes av, from 67th st. to Keefe av., curbing, grading and macadamizing •' 1537 

Rhodes av, from 70th to 73d sts . , curbing, grading and macadamizing " 1469 

Robey st, from Archer av. to 37th St., curbing, filling and paving " 1468 

Robey st, from Roscoe st. to Montrose blvd., curbing, grading and paving " 2002 

St. Elmo st, from Lincoln av. to Wood st., curbing, grading and paving " 1065 

St. Lawrence av, from 63d to 73d sts., curbing, filling and macadamizing " I595 

St. Louis av. from Madison st. to Colorado av., curbing, grading and paving < j, , 

1 969 

Sacramento av, f rom Kinzie st. to Sacramento sq., curbing, grading and paving " 249 

School st, from Clark st. to Lincoln av., curbing, grading and paving " 1008 

School st, from Gross Park av. to Robey st., curbing, grading and paving " 249 

Seminary av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st., curbing, grading and paving " 139 

Seminary av, from Diversey to Wellington sts., curbing, grading and paving " 736 

Seminary av, from Maud av. to Center St., curbing, grading and paving " 1180 

Seminary av, from Newport av. to Roscoe St., curbing, grading and paving " 883 

Seventeenth st, from Robey st. to Hoyne av., curbing, grading and paving " 638 

Seventieth st, from Perry to Vincennes avs., curbing, grading and macadamizing " 637 

Seventieth st, from St. Lawrence to South Park avs., curbing, filling and macadam- 
izing " 1656 

Seventieth st, from State st. to Indiana av., curbing, filling and macadamizing " 1834 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., curbing and macadamizing. . " 737 
Seventy-second st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., curbing, grading and mac- 
adamizing " 18.34 

Seventy-third st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., curbing, grading and paving. . " 1656 

Seventy-seventh st, from Stony Island to South Park avs., curbing, filling and paving. . . " 1595 

Seventy -ninth st, from Halsted st. to Western av., curbing, grading and macadamizing. . • " 637 

Shakespeare av, from Humboldt blvd. to California av., curbing, grading and paving. . . " 2200 

Shef&eld av, from Weed st. to North av., curbing, grading and paving < 

I 1595 

Sherman st, from Harrison to Polk sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1466 

Sherman st, from 39th to 4.3d sts., curbing, filling and pa\ing " 1469 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Armitage av., curbing, filling and paving " 1595 

Shields av, from 43d to 45th sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1305 

Short st, from Hickory st. to C. & A. R. R., curbing, gi-ading and paving " 1271 

Sixtieth st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., curbing, filling and macadamizing. . " 187 

Sixtieth st, from South Park av. to State st., curbing, filling and paving " 1595 

Sixty-third st, from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R.„ curbing, grading and paving. " 836 

Sixty-third st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1536 

Sixty-fourth st, from Woodlawn to Greenwood avs., curbing, grading and macadamizing " 1180 

Sixty-fifth st, from State st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., curbing, grading and macadamizing. . " 79 

Sixty-ninth st, from Anthony to South Park avs., curbing, grading and macadamizing. . " 1537 

( " 249 

South Chicago av, from South Park av. to 75th st., curbing, grading and. paving. •< ^^ 

I 1055 

South Park av, from 22d to 26th sts., curbing, grading and paving " 736 

South Park av, from 60th to 71st sts., curbing, grading and paving ^ " 1594 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd., curbing, filling and paving " 1271 

Spaulding av., from 22d to 24th sts., curbing, filling and macadamizing. " 248, 

Springfield av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., curbing, filling and paving , " 533 

Starr st, from Sedgwick st. to North Park av., curbing, grading and paving " 2559 

Stone st, from Goethe to Banks sts., curbing, grading and paving " 1467 

Stone st, from Goethe to Scott sts., grading and paving " 835 

Stony Island av, from Sixty-seventh to Seventy-ninth sts. (second assessment), curbing, 

grading and paving " 564 

Surrey ct, from Dunning st. to Fullerton av., curbing, grading and paving " 1102 

Swan st, from Stewart av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., curbing, filling and paving " 1271 



IN^DEX. 



CV 



ESTIMATE COST OF STREET IMPROVEMENTS-Continued. 



System of Streets in Fifteenth ward, curbing, grading and paving; 

System of Streets (i, e. May st, from 51st to 54th sts , etc.), curbing, filling and paving. . 
System of Streets (i. e. Matteson st., from Union Stock Yards and Transit Com- 
pany to Wallace st., curbing, filling and paving 

Terra Cotta pi, from Clyboum to Commercial avs, curbing, grading and paving 

Thirty-first st, from Cottage Grove to Lake avs , curbing, grading and pacing. .' 

Thirty-second st, from Halsted to Laurel sts., curbing, filling and paving 

Thirty-second st, from Halsted to Auburn sts , curbing, filling and paving 

Thirty-third st, from Ashland to Archer avs., curbing, grading and paving 

Thirty-fourth ct, from Laurel to Ullman sts., curbing, filling and paving 

Thirty-fifth st, from S. Park to Cottage Grove avs., curbing, grading and paving 

Thirty-sixth st, from Halsted to Butler sts., curbing, grading and filling 

Thirty-sixth st, from State st. to Armour av., curbing, grading and paving 

Thirty-eighth st, from Ashland av. to Lincoln St., curbing, filling and paving 

Thomas st, from Wood st. to Hoyne av. , curbing, filling and pa\ing * . 

Tripp av, from North to Humboldt avs. , curbing, grading and pa-ving , 

Troy st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., curbing, filling and paving ' " ' 

Troy st, from 22d to 26th sts. , curbing, filling and pa\ing [][ 

Turner av, from 2-2d to 24th sts . , curbing, filling and macadamizing ......' 

Twelfth St., from Michigan av. to C. & W. I. Ry., curbing, grading and pacing 

Twenty-first st, from Pan Handle R. R. to Douglas Park blvd., curbing, g-radino- and ( 
pavmg 7.... ") 

Twety-second st, from Centre av. to Ashland av, grading and paving ' . , 

Twenty-second st, from Centre av. to Canalport av., grading and paving ^ 

rnion av, from 59th to 61st st., curbing, filling and paving 

mica st, from Fillmore to 12th sts., curbing, grading and paving , * ' 

Van Buren st, from Wabash to Michigan avs., curbing, grading and pa\ing .., 

Vernon av, from 69th to 73d st., curbing, grading and macadamizing 

Vincennes av, from Anthony av. to 73d St., curbing, grading and macadamizing. ........ 

Vincennes av, from 63d st. to Chicago av., curbing, grading and macadamizing^ ......... 

Vincennes av, from 35th to 39th sts, curbing, grading and macadamizing .^ 

Wabash av, from 67th to 73d st., curbing, grading and macadamizing 

Waldo pi, from Desplaines to Halsted sts., curbing, grading and paving " ; ' 

Waldo pi, from Desplaines to Halsted sts, grading and paving ] [ 

Ward st, from Clybourn to FuUerton avs., curbing, fiUing and paving 

Ward st, from 35th to 36th sts., curbing, filling and paving 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollock sts, grading and paving ] 

Washburne av, from Lincoln to Robey sts, curbing, grading and paving ' i " " ] 

Washburne av, from Washtenaw to California avs., curbing, filling and pa\ing !!!!!! 

Webster av, from Evanston to Southport avs., curbing, grading and macadamizing ! ..... 

Wihnot av, from Hoyne av. to Robey st., curbing, grading and paving *!.!.".*! 

Wilcox av, from 40th to 46th st. (west), curbing, grading and paving .'.'..'.'.'.."" 

Wilson av, from Robey st. to Leavitt st., curbing, filling and paving " 

Woodside av, from Addison st. to Lincoln av., curbing, grading and paving 

Wrigbtwood av, from Southport av. to Clybourn avs., curbing, grading pavino-. ......... 



Page. 

Approved 534 

1595 

1595 

1838 

737 

139 

1469 

2357 

692 

248 

969 

836 

1466 

883 

1468 

691 

1536 

1218 

248 

1218 

691 
1066 

1008 

1008 

1833 

637 

691 

1536 

1469 

1469 

969 

1834 

9^ 

1303 

835 

1872 

637 

1270 

249 

347 

249 

139 

1872 

637 

250 



ESTIMATE COST OF WATER SERVICE AND WATER SUPPLY PIPES. 

Adams st, from 41st to 43d st, west Approved 88-^ 

Addison st, from Lincoln to Ashland avs ^t>i>iovea m5 

Albany av, from 26th to 27th sts " '^^^^ 

AUey east of East Ravenswood Park, from Balmoral to Claremont avs " -.SI 

Alley east of Western Avenue blvd., from 48th to 49th sts ^ ' J?!! 

Anthony av, from South Park av to 70th st '" ] 

Armour av, from Garfield blvd. to south terminus " f^ 

Ashland av, from Claremont to Balmoral avs «' ■, ! 

Augusta st, from Campbell av, to Rockwell st .'.'.'..'... '^ J^ 

Avers av, from 14th st. to 300 feet south of 15th st .; : 

697 



Tr 



CVl 



INDEX. 



ESTIMATE COST OF WATER SERVICE AND SUrPLY PIPES-Con'd. 

Papfe. 

Baxter st, from Wellington to Roscoe sts Approved 251 

BeiTiice av, from Robey st. to C. »fc N. W. R. R " 1309 

Bishop st, from 49th to 63d sts .". ., " 1472 

Bishop st, from 58th to 59th sts " 1543 

Bishop st, from 59th to 63d sts " 1543 

Bissell av, from 73d to 74th sts " 565 

Bond av, from Illinois av. to 81st st " 23 

Burling st, from Wrightwood av. south 418 feet " 1472 

Byron st, from Robey st. to C. & N. W, R. R " 1877 

Central Park blvd, from Central Park av. to Mead av., north side " 696 

Central Park blvd, from Kedzie av. to Albany av " 695 

Central Park blvd, from Kedzie av. to Sacramento sq., south side " 697 

Central Park blvd, from Kinzie st. to Indiana st., west side. " 697 

Central Park blvd, from Kinzie st. to Kedzie av., east and south side " 695 

Central Park blvd, from Monticello av. to Central Park av., north side " 695 

Central Park blvd, from Sacramento sq. north 1375 feet, west side " 697 

Charles st, from Hough st. to 103d st " 1547 

Clifton Park av, from Ogden av. to Douglas Park blvd *' 1546 

Clifton Park av, from 26th to 28th sts " 1545 

Clinton st, from 90th to 91st sts " 1543 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs " 1347 

Cooper st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1545 

Cornelia st, from Rockwell st. to Campbell av " • 884 

Crawford av, from Thorndyke to Grand avs " 884 

Dauphin av, from 87th st to 89th pi " 696 

Davis st, from 68d to 67th sts ,. " 1545 

Diversey av, from Humboldt to Maplewood avs " 565 

Diversey av, from Kedzie av. to Wallace st " 564 

Diversey av, from Western av. to North Branch of river " 564 

Diversey st, from Clyboum av. to North Branch of river " 884 

Douglas Park blvd, from Colorado av. to Albany av " 1067 

Douglas Park blvd, from Colorado av. to 12th st., west side " 1275 

Douglas Park blvd, from 175 ft. south of Harrison st. to Lawndale av. , east and north sides ' ' 1276 

Douglas Park blvd, from Lawndale to Turner avs. , south side " 1275 

Douglas Park blvd, from St. Louis av. east 375 feet, north side " 1275 

Douglas Park blvd, from Sawyer to Albany avs., south side " 1275 

Douglas Park blvd, from Sawyer av. to Troy St., north side " 1275 

Douglas Park blvd, from Turner to Sawyer avs., north side " 1275 

Douglas Park blvd, from Turner to Sawyer avs., south side " 1275 

Douglas Park blvd, from Troy st. to Albany av., north side " 1275 

Douglas Park blvd, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd., west and south sides " 1275 

Dreyer st, from 47th to 51st sts " 1877 

Drummond av, from Augusta to Linwood sts " 884 

Edwards av, from 82d to 83d sts " 22 

Eighteenth st, from California av. east 500 feet " 564 

Eighty-seventh pi, from South Park to Dauphin avs " 696 

Eighty-seventh st, from South Park to Dauphin avs , " 696 

Eighty -eighth pi, from Dauphin av. west 310 ft " 695 

Eighty-eighth pi, from South Park to Cottage Grove avs — " 695 

Eighty-eighth st, from Dauphin to Cottage Grove avs. .*. " 696 

Eighty-eighth st, from St. Lawi-ence to Cottage Grove avs " 565 

Eighty-eighth st, from South Park to St. Lawi'ence avs " 696 

Eighty -ninth pi, from South Park to Cottage Grove avs " 695 

Eighty-ninth pi, from Vincennes to South Park avs " 1274 

Eighty -ninth st, from Vincennes to Dauphin avs " 565 

Eighty-ninth st, from Vincennes to South Park avs " 695 

Ellis av, from 43d to 46th sts " 1877 

Escanaba av, from 87th to 91st sts " S48 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts , " 1472 

Evergreen av, from Kedzie av. to 375 ft. northeast " 1544 

Exchange av, from 87th st. to Baltimore av " 23 

Fay st, from Lincoln a v. to C. & N. W . R. R. . .' ' " 1877 

Fillmore st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd ' " 1472 



IXDEX. 



CVII 



ESTIMATE COST OF WATER SERVICE AND SUPPLY PIPES— Con'd. 

Page. 
Fletcher st, from 310 ft. west of Western to Forest avs Approved 885 

Fourteenth st, from Hamlin to Crawford avs " 696 

Forty-second st (West), from 28th st. to Pearl av " 884 

Forty-third st, from Ashland av. to Goodspeed st " 2353 

Forty-third st, from Goodspeed st. to Western av " 1275 

Forty-fifth ct, from State st. to west line of Clark st " 22 

Forty-eighth st, from Halsted st. to Ashland av " 1877 

Forty-ninth st, from alley east of Western av. blvd. to Oakley av " 1544 

Giddings st, from Robey to Leavitt sts " 1276 

Goodspeed st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1545 

Grenshaw st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd " 1472 

Grenshaw st, from 75 feet east of Spaulding av. to Homan av " 884 

Hamlin av, from 14th to 16th sts ^ " 695 

Hamlin av, from 16th st, to Douglas Park blvd " 564 

Hamlin av, from 26th to 31st sts " 565 

(Hamlin av, from Swift to 31st sts " 1274 

Homan av, from Kiazie st. to Central Park blvd " 1546 

Homan av, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd *• 1274 

Homan av, from 24th to 25th sts " 1545 

Houston av, from 87th to 93d sts., for re-assessment " 839 

Howard av, from North to Humboldt avs " 839 

Hoyne av, from 63d to 67th sts " 1544 

Huron st, from Leavitt st. to Western av " 2358 

Iowa st, from Lincoln st. to Hoyne av " 251 

Jamot st, from Robey to Leavitt sts " §39 

Jefferson av, from Monroe st. to 90 ft. south of Franklin st " 1547 

Jackson av, from 53d to 54th sts " igg 

Jackson st, from 43d to 46th sts " 2201 

Jan Huss av, from 14th to 16th sts " 696 

Juniata av, from 275 ft. south of 93d to 94th sts " 885 

Kedzie av, from Garden st. to Milwaukee av " 1543 

Keeney av, from North to Humboldt avs " 839 

Lawrence av, from Leavitt to Wright sts ". " 1347 

Leavitt st, from Addison st. to NeUie av " 884 

Leavitt st, from Clybourn to Belmont avs " 1347 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts " 840 

Lexington av, from Garfield blvd. to 40th st. (West) " I87 

Lill av, from Sheffield to Racine avs " 23 

Lincoln st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1545 

Luther st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av " 1545 

Maple st, from 99th st. to Tracy av " 1544 

Marshfield av, from 61st st. to south line of 63d st " 696 

Martin st, from Rockwell st. west 350 feet " 1545 

Meade st, from Fullerton av. to Milwaukee av " 1543 

Melrose st, from Oakley to Western avs " 1545 

Michigan av, from 68th to 71st sts •« 697 

Michigan av, from 99th st. to 150 feet north of 107th st * " 697 

Montana st, from Ashland av. to Perry st J ^^^ 

I " 830 

Montrose bvld, from Halsted st. east 500 feet " 23 

Moore st, from Washtenaw to Western avs " 884 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Racine av " 1347 

Ninetieth pi, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs '« 595 

Ninetieth pi, from 92d st. to 92d st. and Dauphin av • " 697 

Ninetieth st, from Langley to Cottage Grove avs " 555 

Ninetieth st, from Langley to Park avs " 095 

Ninety-first st, from Dauphin to South Park avs " 696 

Ninety-second pi, from St. Lawrence to Cottage Grove avs " 1544 

Ninety-second st, from St. Lawrence to Cottage Grove avs " 1544 

Ninety-third st, from C. & W. I. R. R. (Belt line) to Cottage Grove av ." " 1544 

Ninety-third st, from Harbor to Commercial avs " 840 

Oakley st, from 63d to 67th sts " I545 

One Hundred and Fourth (or Grove) st, from Church st. to Vincennes av " 1544 



CVIll INDEX. ■ 

ESTIMATE COST OF WATER SERVICE AND SUPPLY PIPES.— Con'd.l 

Page. 

Palatine st, from St. Louis av. east 285 feet Approved 1546 - 

Palmer av, from California to Humboldt avs " 23 

PeiTy st, from Belmont av. to Wellington st " 792 v 

Peterson st, from Robey st. to Hoyne av " 251 

Prairie av, from 55tli to 61st sts '* 140 

Eascher av, from Ashland av. to alley east of East Ravenswood Park " 1546 

Rhodes av, from 67th to Keef e sts '• 1472 

Rice pi, from 22d to Moore sts " 885 i 

Robey st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1545 . 

Rockwell st, from 40 feet south of Ogden av. south 375 ft " 697 

St. Louis av, from 26th to 28th sts " 1545 

Sacramento av, from C. & N. W. R. R. north 415 feet " 188 

Sacramento sq " 697 

School st, from Gross av. to Robey st " 1009 

Seeley st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1544 

Seeley av, from Wellington av. to George st " 88* ' 

Seminaiy av, from Roscoe st. to Newport av " 1347 

Seminary av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st " 1010 

Shakspeare st, from Calif omia av. to Humboldt blvd " 22 

Shennan st, from Root to 43d sts *' 1877 

Shields av, from 55th to 58th sts " 23 

Sixteenth st, from Crawford to Hamlin avs " 696 

Sixteenth st, from 42d to 43d sts " 1546 

Sixteenth st, from Hamlin St. to Homan av " 565 

Sixteenth st, from Turner to Kedzie avs " 565 ■ 

Sixty-fourth st, from State st. to Grove pi " 23 

South Chicago av, from 125 feet S. E. of 73d st. to 76th st " 696 

Spaulding av, from Ogden av. to 13st st " 564 

State st, from 112th to 113th sts " 884 

Swanst, from Stewart av. to CR.L & P. R.R ^. " 2003 ' 

Thirty-seventh st, from Archer av. to Robey st " 839 

Thirty-ninth st, from Ashland av. to blvd " 187 

Tripp av, from North av. to Hmnboldt " 840 ■ 

Troy st, from Kinzie St. to Central Park blvd " 884 

Troy st, from Ohio St. to Central Park blvd : " 88 j 

Twenty-third st. from Sawyer to Turner avs " 1546 

Union av, from 71st to 73d sts " 139 • 

VaU st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1545 • 

Ward st, from Webster to Clyboum avs " 1546 : 

Washburn av, from Lincoln to Robey sts " 1309 

Webster av, from Ashland av. to East Ravenswood Park " 1547 

Webster av, from Evanston to Southport avs " 792 

Western av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe blvd " 1347 

Western av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st " 885 

Western av, from 63d to 67th sts " 1545 ■ 

Wharton av, from 52d to 53d sts " 885 ' 

Wilcox av, from 40th to 46th sts., west '* 1009 

Winchester st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1545 

Wolfram st, from Peny st. to Ashland av " 793 • 

Wright st, from Claremont to Belmont avs " 1547 

Wrightwood av, from Southport to Clyboum avs " 839 

Yates av, from 71st to 75th sts '• 1275 ■ 



INSPECTOR OF GAS. 

Report for May, 1893 : Pub. and Filed 381 

Report for quarter ending May 31st, and for month of June, 1893 Pub. and Filed 552 

Report for September, 1893 Pub. and Filed 917 

Report for October, 1893 .' Pub. and Filed 1044 



I 



INDEX. 



CIX 



INSPECTOE OF GAS— Continued. 

Page. 

Report for quarter ending November 30th ^""^ ^""^ S!^^ l«oi 

i> ^ 1^^^ Tor,,nor.^r i8Qd Pub. and Filed 1821 

Report for January, 1894 

Report for February, 1894 ;."';""V^-^o,oo 

Report for quarter ending February 28, 1894 Pub. and Filed 2192 



IJS^yiTATIOKS. 



City of Oshkosh, in re. reunion of American cities at World's Fair 

Chemical Garbage Reduction Co., Council and city officers to inspect their crematory. . . . 

Accepted 



1044 



Chicago Typographical Union No. 26, excursion Lake Michigan 

Chicago Fire Cyclorama Co Accepted 

♦'Christopher Columbus," Mayor, Aldermen and city officials invited to meet 

steamer Accepted 

Cook County Democracy, tenth annual picnic Accepted 

German Day, World's Fair Accepted 

Irish Day, World's Fair • Accepted 

Polish Day, World's Fair Accepted 

United Irish Societies, to receive them March 17th Accepted 

World's Fair, City of Paris exhibit Accepted 

World's Fair, Irish Village, to visit, etc • • • -Accepted 

Yacht Club, to receive the Spanish caravells 



and Filed 

Filed 

and Filed 
the new 
and Filed 
and Filed 
and Filed 
and Filed 
and Filed 
and Filed 2211 
and Filed 286 
and Filed 286 
Com. Sel. 557 



497 
426 
951 

231 

426 
423 

890 
890 



Accidents at railroad crossings, etc. list of. 



i 



MAYOE. 

fCom. Sel 1442 

Com. Sel 1512 

Pub. and Sel 1566 

Filed 1621 

Pub. and Filed.... 1816 

Com. Sel 1870 

Filed 1898 

Com. Sel 1950 

Filed 2068 

iFiled 2337 

Accounts ofithe City, report in re Pub. and Fin. . 1337 

Annual Message (Mayors Washburne and Harrison) Pub. and Filed 27 

Appointing— 

Abrahams, Geo., Bailiff Third District Police Court Con. in 124 

" 1371 

" 43 

" 230 

" 124 

" 124 



Ackerman, Wm. K., City Comptroller 

Asay, Wm. C, City Prosecutor 

Aschan, G. A., Clerk Ninth District Police Court... . 
Banyon, Horace, Clerk Third District Police Court. 
Behrens, Theo., Bailiff Tenth District Police Court. 



Board of Education, sundry members of. 



(Schools 551 

^Deferred 672 

701 

125 



( Con. in 

Bradwell, Thos. B., Police Justice, First District Con. in 

Brandecker, F. X., Jr., City Collector 

Brennan, Michael, General Superintendent of Police 

Brosseau, Z. P., Director of Public Library " 

Biirke, Wm., Dog Pound Keeper — 

Burke, Robt. E., Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Collins, Edw., Poundkeeper West Division 



43 

766 
552 
425 
44 
125 



ex 



IXDEX. 



, . ,. MAYOR-Continued. 

Appointing— 

CunniiiKhani, A., I'oimdkeeper EiKhth District C^n 

Custy, Louis M. , Bailiff Four-th District Police Court ' 

Dieterich, Chas. V. , Mai-ket Master Randolph Street Market 

Dieiier T. C, Director of the Public Library .^ ....... ...... 

Dohney, Michael, Bailiff First District Police Court ........".....". 

Dooley, Jas C, Police Justice Second District 

Donovan, H. F., Inspector of Gas ' 

Doyle, Jas. M., Police Justice Third District 

DuKf,'an, Patrick, Bailiff Ninth District Police Court 

Dunn, Geo. M., Chief Clerk First District Police Court 

Eberhardt, Max, Police Justice Second District 

Eisendrath, Simeon B., Commissioner of Buildings | * ^ 

Egan, Thos. C, Bailiff Hyde Park Police Court " 

Egan, Thos., Bailiff Eighth District Police Court 

Emery, Thos., Poundkeeper Jefferson , 

Finn, Timothy, Poundkeeper South Side.. ."."....'.....'..'..'.,' 

Foster, Geo. P., Police Justice First District 

Glennon, E. T., Police Justice Sixth District 

Haskins, John F., Bailiff Seventh District Police Court (Hyde Park) 

Hennessy, J. J., Police Justice Eighth District " 

Haf enberg, Morris, Bailiff First District Police Court " 

Hughes, Patk. , Bailiff Fifth District Police Court .".'.'.".'.'".'.'.".'.'.'.".".'.'.' 

Jones, H. J., Commissioner of Public Works. " 

Keane, M. J., Member Board of Education 

Kersten, Geo. , Police Justice Fifth District 

Kohtz, Louis O., Member of School Board " 

Kraus, Adolf, Corporation Counsel " 

Littledale, John, Clerk Seventh District Police Court " 

Lowman, Mathew, Clerk Sixth District Police Court " 

Mangier, William, Inspector of Oils " 

Mendelsohn, Jacob, Clerk First District Police Court 

Moody, John A., Department Commissioner of Public Works ' .* " " 

Moos, Bernhard, Director of the Public Library " 

Murphy, Morgan, Bailiff Second District Police Court 

Novak, E. J. , Clerk Second District Police Court " 

Nugent, Edward, Poundkeeper, Englewood '' 

O'Neill, Stephen, Clerk Eighth District Police Station " 

Porter A. E., Police Justice Seventh District 

Porter, A. E., Justice of Tenth Precinct Police Court, removal of .Filed 

' Purtell, John, Poundkeeper South Chicago Con 

Quinn, Michael J., Police Justice Seventh District 

Eeynolds, Dr. A. E., Commissioner of Health 

Bobbins, Noble T, Police Magistrate Tenth Precinct Police Court 

Eoelle, E. I., Clerk Fifth District Police Court 

Eubens, Harry, Corporation Counsel 

Eynearson, Jas., Bailiff Seventh District Police Court 

Sohoffen, J. C, Clerk Tenth District Police Court ..............,...."..' 

Schofield, Joseph, Superintendent of Street and Alley Cleaning '.*.*.'.".".'.'.'. 

Scully, Danl., Police Justice Third District 

Sheehan, John F. , Bailiff Sixth District Police Court .'........ 

Sinnot, John F., Clerk Sixth District Police Court ............[....... 

Sloan, Chas., Poundkeeper Grand Crossing ...........,." 

Smyth, John C, Clerk Fourth District Police Court 

Severson, O. F., Police Justice Fourth District 

Swenie, D. J. , Fire Marshal 

Todd, Dr. J. F. , City Physician .........".*..............." 

Toolen, A. J., Commissioner of Buildings 

Tommel, F., Poundkeeper North Division ."..."."......'....""*" 

Vogel, Herman, Bailiff First District Police Court. 

Wallace, M. E. M., Police Justice Sixth District .'.'..'.'.'.'.'."...".' 

Wetherell, O. D., City Comptroller 

White, C. J., Police Justice Fourth District 

Worthy, John, Inspector House of Correction 



Page, 
in 333 
124 
230 
552 
124 
125 
43 
125 
231 
1946 
125 
1566 
1623 
124 
284 
284 
125 
126 
552 
126 
124 
124 
42 
48 
125 
1149 
42 
124 
124 
48 
124 
49 
552 
124 
426 
230 
333 
126 
1818 
552 
126 
42 
1868 
124 
1372 
124 
124 
1441 
125 
124 
767 
2£i 
124 
125 
42 
125 
48 
124 
76 
126 
42 
231 
1252 



m 



INDEX. CXI 

MAYOR— Continued. 

Page. 

Bacteriological Laboratory, in re. establishing of Fin. 595 

Bridge at Van Buren st., to remove center pier and construct bridge with single span 

Pub. and H. & B. 189 

Building Ordinance, bay windows, Fire Marshal in re ; Filed 2334 

"Chicago Day," World's Fair, resolution to imite President Cleveland Con. in 829 

Christopher Columbus descendents, visiting World's Fair, to tender freedom of city Con. in 49 

Doulton, Sir Henry, presenting to the city the terra cotta group "America" Accepted 959 

Electrical conductors, Prof. Barrett, Superintendent of City Telegraph, in re. danger of overhead 

wires, etc p^jh, §6 

Fines of certain Turks in the Persian Palace, World's Fair, for refund of the fines .......... Con. in 767 

Forepaugh's show, in re. permit for circus on Lake Front , . Fin 229 

Rear Admiral Gherardi, commanding the Columbus Review Fleet, in re. city entertaining visiting 

foreign officers, etc Fin. 123 

Harrison, Carter H., address to the Council Pul). 40 

Hopkins, Mayor Hopkins' address to the Council Pub. 1341 

Improvements, Public improvements, suggesting amendments to the order of January 15, 1894, re- 

quirmg pay for by special assessment, etc coii. in 1566 

Improvements, in re. repealing ordinances for and suggesting stay orders instead Filed 1897 

Infanta EulaUa of Spain, announcing visit of and to arrange for Con. in 286 

Inspector of Oils, in re. payment by fees, and submitting ordinance for fixed salary, duties of, etc. 

.Pub. and Jud. 1816 

International Sunday School Assn., in re. permit for building near World's Fair entrance. . . Con. in 50 
Manufacturers' Building, World's Fair, citizens' petition for removal to Lake Front. . .Wh. & P. G. 119 
Railroads- 
Chicago City Railway Co., in re. pending ordinances • Filed 2337 

Chicago City Railway Co., relating to ordinances of March 5, 1894, which were vetoed, recon- 
sidered and deferred March 12th ' 2499 

Chicago General Street Railway Co., Mr. Bonney, in re. fares, licenses of cars Jud. 2191 

Elevation of tracks, asking for an expert engineer, in re Jud. 595 

Elevation of tracks, report of Consulting Engineer, in re Com. Sel. 768 

Elevation of tracks, report of Consulting Engineer EUers, in re Pub. and Com. Sel. 913 

Elevation of, submits ordinance, in re. C, R. I. & P. and L. S. & M. S. Rys. .Pub. and Com. Sel. 2078 
L. S. & M. S. and C, R. I. & P. Rys., elevation of tracks, report of Engineer EUers in re. prop- 
osition of Com. Sel. 1293 

L. S. & M. S. and C, R. I. & P. Rys., elevation of tracks, suggesting amendments, etc., in re. 

proposed ordinance for Filed 2254 

Englewood & Chicago Electric Street Ry. Co., suggesting amendment to ord S. & A., S. D. 8 

Englewood & Chicago Street Ry. Co., to better protect city wires, etc.. Prof. Barrett, in re 

Law Dept. 817 

Englewood & Chicago Electrict Street Ry. Co., submitting ord. amending ord. of May 2, 1893. . 

Con. in 1888 

Jefferson St. Ry. Co., communication from Pub. and Filed. One 

Lake St, "L" Road, submits ordinance amending ord. of May 15, 1893 Con. in 284 

Northwestern "L" Co.. acceptance of ord. of Jan. 8, 1894, etc Pub. and Filed 1513 

Steam R. R. in re. elevation of— Committee appointed. (Aid. Kent added to Com. vice Swift 
resigned 1561) Con. in 285 

Unlawful occupancy of public streets, etc., appointment of Committee in re Filed 1623 

West Chicago St. R. R. Co., Cross Town Line, appointing Committee in re. (Aid. Horan 2d ward 
added) Con. in 283 

„ 1 ( 123, 283, 425, 551, 669, 674, 725, 761, 817, 863, 911, 947, 999, 

Releases Filed ■{ 1085, 1149, 1193, 1248, 1252, 1293, 1333, 1371, 1441, 1509, 

{ 1665, 1621, 1815, 1897, 1946, 2068, 2160, 2254, 2336, 2498. 
Relief Committee, Chicago Civic Association invites Committee of City Council to meet with them 

in re. relief for the poor. Committee appointed and com Filed 1251 

Relief for the poor, sundry communications, offers, etc Fin. 1251 

Rosenberg Fountain, presentation to the city, acceptance of, etc.. Committee appointed in re. 

• Com. Sel. 948 

Street Cleaning Department, in re. purchase of equipments without advertising for, etc Con. in 332 

Street Cleaning, by day labor in the several wards, etc., order in re Con. in 2258 

Street Lamp Repairs, expenditures during 1893, appointing Special Committee to investigate 1952 

Treasury Department, Washington, D. C, communication in re. disposal of Government Building, 

World's Fair Filed 1293 

Veto- 
Appropriation bill for 1894, certain items of Con. in 2167 

Aumingiato, V., permit for barber pole " 2499 



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INDEX. 



MAYOR— Continued. 

Veto— Page. 

Bolko, Christ, order permitting the erection of cottage at 453 Parmelee st Con. in 1193 

Bessler, E. W., order to finish office building at 820 12th st " 1568 

Bridge, pontoon bridge at Van Buren st., order for " 1512 

Building Ord., amending Sec. 77 and 118 and adding Sec. 233H (submits substitute or- 
dinance) " 2255 

Building on Lake Front used by one Hess for saloon, order for removal of " 674 

Burcky & Milan, order for banner at 111 Madison st " loOO 

Campbell, F., order for permit to shingle cottage on Bremen st " 1453 

Chicago Twin Wire Long Distance Telephone Co., order for Non-con. in 2 

Cudahy Packing Co., permit for conduit across North av., order for Con. in 1951 

2069 

823 

820 

912 

823 

764 

863 

1567 

519 

590 

1150 

2259 

1510 

1864 

1510 

1868 

2338 

1868 

822 

' 1869 

2338 

2338 

821 

2338 

' ■ 820 

823 

765 

948 

1622 

824 

763 

864 

762 

821 

763 

1622 

331 

552 

1385 

1385 

864 

824 

2257 

824 

2499 

762 

822 

763 

1950 

2097 

2166 



Dolan, John J., permit to extend show windows 

Drains in Albany av. from 22d to 26th sts., order to stay collection 

Drains in North 59th St., order to stay collection 

Drains in Lincoln st., from 35th to 39th sts., order stasdng collection for 

Drains in 16th st., from Central Park to Hamlin avs., order to stay collection 

Drains in West 16th st., order to stay collection for 

Drains in South Chicago av., from 87th to 92d sts., order staying collection for 

Eichendorf, Mr., permit for bay windows 

Electric lights, Korsell, C. F. P., permit to erect plant 

Electric lights, Korsell, C. F. P. order of July 5 for purchase 

Electric lights, Mutual Electric Light & Power Co., ord. granting franchise 

Electric lights, Mutual Electric Light & Power Co., ordinance granting franchise 

Feinberg, Jacob, order permit for addition to building 122 S. Desplaines st 

Gas, Chicago Metropolitan Gas Co., franchise ordinance of Feb. 5, 1894 

Gibam, H., permit for bay window 

Grand Cloak Co., permit for bay window, order for 

Grimbon & Co,, order for permit to pile lumber at 15th and Laflin sts 

Gunning, E. J., permit to extend lamp on Van Buren St., order for 

Improving alley bet. Van Buren and Harrison sts., Claremont and Western aves., 

order to stay call 

Imp. alley from Homan to Spaulding, bet. Monroe and Adams sts., order for repeal. . . 
Imp. alley bet. Congress and Harrison sts.. Centre avi and Throop St., order to stay. . . 

Imp. Warren av., from Leavitt to Pollock sts., order for repeal and order to stay 

Imp. alley bet. Warren av. and Washington St., Albany and Kedzie avs., order to stay 

coll 

Imp. alley from Oak to Whiting sts., bet. La Salle and Wells sts., repealing ord 

Imp. of Aberdeen st., stay collection for 

Imp. Aberdeen St., from 59th to 63d sts., order to stay collection 

Imp. Albany av., from 22d to 26th sts., repealing ord 

Imp. Baltimore av., from Commercial av. to 83d St., order staying collection 

Imp. Bemice av, from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R., order for repeal 

Imp. Carpenter st, from 59tli to 63d sts., order to stay collection 

Imp. Calumet av, from 21st to 26th sts. 

Imp. Clarkson av, from Bloomingdale rd. to Palmer av., order to stay collection 

Imp. Cottage Grove av, from 22d to 26th sts., asphalt 

Imp. Harrison st, from Kedzie to Crawford avs., order to stay collection 

Imp. Illinois av, from 32d to 33d sts., order staying collection for 

Imp. Kedzie av, from 2Gth st. to the Chicago River, order for repeal 

Imp. La Salle av, order to let contract (Chicago av. to Clark st.) 

Imp. La Salle av, asphalt 

Imp. La Salle av, from Division to Clark sts 

Imp. La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Division st * 

Imp. Lawndale av, from Ohio st. to Chicago av., order staying collection 

Imp. Linden av, order to stay collection 

Imp. Marianna st, from Southport to Lincoln avs., stay order 

Imp. Perry av, from Belmont to Graceland avs., order to stay collection 

Imp. Peterson st, from Robey st. to Hoyne av 

Imp. Prairie av, from 22d to 25th sts. , asphalt 

Imp. 60th st, from Halsted st. to Centre av., order to stay collection 

Imp. South Park av, from 22d to 26th sts 

Imp. Spaulding and Turner avs, from 22d to 24th sts., order for repealing ord 

Improvements, sundry repealing ordinances 

Improvements, sundry stay orders, in re 



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CXIIl 



yg^Q_ MAYOE— Continued. 

Imp. sundry streets and alleys, vetoing repealing ordinances Con In 

Imp. 36th St, from Halsted to Laurel sts., order to stay coUection '' 

Imp. 12th St, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., order to stay coUection ... '"" " 
Jaeschke, Paul, permit for bay window and shaft at 72 Center st., order for 

Jaxon, H. J., order to pay hun for extra work, etc 

Kvitek, Chas., permit for drug sign « 

Kwiathowski, F. , order permit for bay windows and tower . . . . . . .' . . . . . . . . . . .' .' .* .' [,,. * ' ' 

Lamp posts, Albany av, from 25th to 26th sts., order to stay collection 

Lamp posts, Boulevard Way, order to stay collection 

Lamp posts, Pine st, from Ashland av. to East Ravenswood Park* order stay coilection " 

Lamp posts, sundry streets, Thirty-third ward, for repeal 

Lamp posts on Winona st, order to stay collection for 

Leuttich, Predk., order permit for bay window 

Mccormick C. H., frame buUding at Oakley av. and 29th st., order for' permit " 

Manion, John, order permitting extension of store front at No. 7 Dearborn st 

Noot, J. C, permit for hat pole at 374 State st., order for 

Ohler, Adolph, permit to erect brick cottage, order for .*...'.'....'..'.'... 

Opening of 56th st, from Halsted to Wallace sts., repealing ord 

Opening of Oakdale av., ord. for " * ' " ,, 

Opening Wabash av, from 107th to 109th sts., order for repealing ord." 

Peddlers, ordinance regulating u 

Peddlers, ordinance amending ord. of December 14, 1891, (license fee) 

Poolos, John, permit for barber pole, order for 

^^' jSfy Ith, fo?^remSval°of .^^!^'.^.'.^'. .^:.^'.!°.^!'.^. 11; ^^^^^^ & 'Bond's Sub.',* order "of 
Railroads, Chicago Midland Rapid Transit Co., ord. granting franchise.' .............. 

Railroads, Chicago Midland Rapid Transit Co., ord. for franchise 

'^rttb^&fso?utfo„l^eu°."'*.".'.°. ^!^'.'T..^'. '"'^' ^'- ^^ Bioomingdaie ,. 

Railroads, North Chicago Electric Railway Co., ord. granting franchise ............ 

Railroads, North Chicago Electric, ord. granting franchise, March 5, 1894 

RaUroads, Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co. , ord. granting franchise ............... 

Railroads, Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co 

Reebie Bros., bus stand, Michigan av. near Jackson st., order for permit , .' " 

Repealing ordinances for sundry street improvements 

Rozakus, Peter, order for permit for fruit stand 

Sergot, Frank, permit to complete building No. 20 Brigham st .'..'.*.....*.*.".." 

Sewer, Clark st., order to stay collection 

Sewer, Homan av., from Ohio to Kinzie sts., order to stay coll 

Sewer and Pumping Works, 83d st., on order for Law Dept., to perfect appeal,' etc' ... 

Sewer in Ridge av., order to stay collection u 

Sidewalk on Hamlin av . , from 29th to 31st sts. , order staying the coUection ........ 

SidewaUc on Kedzie av., from Lake st. to Chicago av 

Smith, J. A., permit to lay 2-in. pipe across Madison, Union and Halsted sts., order for 

Smith, J., permit to lay pipe across Union and Halsted sts., order for 

Spaulding & Merrick, permit for canopy, 9 to 17 Rush st ..,.,.... " 

Sparr & Weiss, ord . permitting them to lay wires in Seventeenth ward .*.'.'' 

Sprinkling, Indiana av., from 18th to 39th sts ..'..*..*. " 

Telephones, Chicago Telephone Co., order for permit to erect poles, wires, etc. in 

LaKe view /^„„ • 

,-^ ^ . „ • Con. m 

Water mam, Portland av., order to stay coUection 

Water rates, rebates, exemptions, etc. (Y. M. C. A.), opinion of Corporation Counsel*, 

together with general ord. in re ' -p^^ 

Water service pipes in Addison st., from Lincoln av. to Baulina st., order staying col- 
lection ^ 

„. , . . . Con. m 

Water service pipes m CorneUa st., from Lincoln av. to Paulina st., order to stay col- 
lection _ I, 

Water service pipes in Green st., from 59th to 63d sts., order staying collection.' .* ." .* .' . . .* " 

Water service pipes in Oreen st., order to stay coUection .'....'... 

Water service pipes in Harrison st., from Kedzie to Crawford avs., order to stay* col- 
lection • -, 



Page. 
2097 
764 
824 
1194 
1454 
2499 
1509 



821 

864 
1512 

819 
1510 
1194 
2337 
1950 
1869 

765 
2069 
1511 
1511 
1897 
1869 

597 

7 

420 

1622 

1947 

2069 

2160 

1372 

1442 

819 

2097 

766 

1567 

822 

823 

419 

823 

912 

1195 

1869 

1951 

1567 

1150 

1815 

2257 
820 

1623 

948 

947 
764 
820 

823 



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CXI 7 INDEX. 

MAYOR— Continued. 

Veto— I'^S®- 

Water service pipes in Laflin st., from 61st to 63d sts., stay Warrant 17856. Con. in 2257 

Water service pipes in N. 59th St., order to stay collection " 820 

Water service pipes in Western av., order to stay collection " 821 

Waukesha Hygeia Mineral Spring Co., ord. of April 10, 1893 " 9 

Wright, C. J., order for permit to cross State st. at Adams st. with pipe for electric ^^ 

wires ^^^ 

World's Fair Literary documents, books, etc., order requesting that they be turned over to 

Public Library J"d. 999 

, , i Con. in 1568 

Zulinski, S., permit for area wav in rear of 698 Dickson st., order for ■< ,; ^ggj 



MISCELLAKEOUS. 



Building or shed on Lake Front, leased by ^^^ Mr. Hess for a saloon, for re- 1 ^^^^^^ ^^^ gge^ 648 

Carter H. Harrison Memorial Meeting, Nov. 16, 1893 1123 

Cincinnati Board of Legislation to visit Chicago, committee to receive them appointed 825 

City Clerk and other retiring City officers, to thank them, etc,, appointing committee in re 45 

Chicago Fire Underwriters' Association, protest against overhead electric wires F. & W. 1284 

City Press Association, accepting ord. of April 10, 1893 File H 

City printing awarded to the Dispatch 1952 

Committee on Wharfing Privileges— Keport on order permitting M. J. O'Brien to erect pier at 

56th st • Con. in 280 

Electrical conductors, danger of overhead wires, etc., Prof. Barrett in re Pub. 86 

Fines imposed on certain Turks in the Persian Palace, World's Fair, Comptroller to refund, etc. 

Fourteenth Ward citizens requesting that the seat of Aid. Kamerling be declared vacant . . Elections 825 

Garbage Crematories, Commissioner of Health requested to report, result of mvestigations, Con. in 577 

Garbage Crematories, Chicago Refuse Reduction Co., proposition in re Fin. 844 

House of Correction, Inspector's annual report for 1893 File 1872 

Improvements, order to readvertise for, where contracts have not been signed or let, under ord. 

of July 21, 1892 Jud. 650 

Kent Aid., W. D., appointed member of Special Committee on Track Elevation, vice Aid. Swift, 

resigned ^^^^ 

Mandamus against the City, Robinson, E. and Johanna, judgment for $25,000 assigned to Chauncy 

J. Blair, to include in appropriation for 1894 ; Pub. & Fin. 1474 

TVTflvor submitting a letter from Prof. Barrett, City Electrician, in re. better protection of electric 

wires, etc Law Dept. 818 

Minutes of last Council Meeting, in re. Mayor's nominations to Board of Education (correcting 



minutes) 



673 



Norwood Park, ord. assigning it to the Twenty-seventh ward Elections 1156 



Order- 



For report as to city's rights in the viaduct, pier, etc., at foot of Van Buren st., erected by 
World's Fair Passed 1315 

To request the Directors of World's Columbian Exposition to transfer to the Public Library 
certain books, library matter, etc Passed 1181 

To advertise for sale of lot near Cottage Grove av. and 35th st., late occupied by Engine Co. 
No. 19 Passed 1889 

In re. opening and improvement of Hamlin av. (sewers, water pipes, etc.), by private parties, 
and to refund them cost of catch basins, etc Fin. 1838 

For purchase of site for new pumping works and construction of tunnel ($500,000, from re- 
ceipts of Water Department), to provide for in appropriation bill of 1894 Fin. 1604 

ritv t)ropertv on Throop St., etc., for report by what authority the Comptroller accepts part 
payment, in re Passed 1316 

Regulating speed of electric cars on 35th st., near Brighton Park and Wallace Street Schools. . . 

Department Public Works to furnish material for intersections and repair of sidewalks in 

Thirtieth ward Passed 897 

To enforce ord. in re. throwing paper, etc., in public streets Passed 898 

To withdraw prayer for appeal in County Court in re. assessment No. 11700, N. E. J4, S. E. }i. 
Sec. 25, 39, 13 Passed 977 



INDEX. CXV 

MISCELLANEOUS-Continued. 

Order- Page. 

Stajang special assessment No. 16825 (Lot 12, Block 5) Passed 986 

For condemnation of ea,st 8 ft. of Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Whitington's Sub., etc P. W. 1011 

In re. purchase from the World's Fair additional pumping engines, electric light plant, etc.Fin. 1067 
For improvements and water ser^ace pipes, ordinance for water service pipes to be submitted 

when improvements are ordered and pipes not in Passed 841 

Permit to erect museum building in -Lincoln Park in connection with the Matthew Laflin Me- 
morial Passed 844 

To furnish materials for intersections and sidewalks in the Sixth ward Passed 851 

Engine Co. No. 19 Lot on Cottage Grove av. near 35th st., to advertise sale of, etc Passed 851 

To stay Docket No. 16524 Passed 1430 

To let contract for replacing sidewalks and crossings in burned district South Chicago . .Passed 1430 
To advertise and let contracts for street improvements where assessments have been con- 
firmed and warrants placed in hands of the collector Lost 1555 

Authorizing the Comptroller to rent basement at Van Buren st. in connection with pontoon 

bridge Passed 1555 

To prohibit the blocking by railroad trains the crossings at Stewart and Archer avs Passed 644 

To investigate and report on the foundation of new building being erected at La Salle and 

Washington sts., as to encroachment on Calhoun pL, etc 717 

For vacating premises cor. of Centre av. and Adams st. (scavenger wagons, horses, etc.), why . 

not obeyed Passed 741 

Department of Health to investigate and report on the Electro-Saline process of purifying 

water Passed 741 

Directing the Committee on Schools to examine and report on books, etc., of Board of Educa- 
tion Passed 573 

To arrest drivers of scavenger wagons for dumping garbage in Sixth ward i ' '.! ", 

I Filed 514 

For electric lights at subways under I. C. R. E Filed 499 

To discontinue use of property at Adams st. and Centre av. for storage of scavenger wagons, 

keeping horses, etc. (two orders) Passed 494 

For railroads to erect electric lights at crossings in Thirteenth ward Passed 491 

Committee on Streets and Alleys, N., to report on the ord. of the North Chicago Rapid Tran- 
sit Co., order lost and Committee granted further time .- 487 

For ord. to condemn west 17 feet of Sub. Lot 1 of Staple's Sub. of Lot 10 of Nash, Rankin & 

Gray's Sub S. and A., S. D. 478 

Dept. Public Works to contract with J. B. Smith & Co. for improvement of Lunt av. and Ridge 

av. (Roger's Park) Passed 357 

For list of streets, duplicated in name, for description, location, etc Passed 357 

That the Committee on Elections report plan for redistricting the city into wards Passed 355 

For maps showing all existing and proposed "L" roads Passed 353 

Military tournament, permit for banners and lamp posts (two orders) Passed 263 

To stop pumping of water from the 67th st. sewer upon territory bet. 67th and 70th sts., Madi- 
son and Stony Island avs Passed 144 

To light sundry streets in Fifth ward (Lowe av., 28th, 3 th, 32d, 33d sts., Parnell av. and But- 
ler st) Passed 191 

For committee to meet Philadelphia City Council having in charge the Liberty Bell (naming 

the committee) Passed 114 

To discontinue proceedings in re. City vs. Alsip Brick Co Passed 91 

That the several Railroads in Sixth ward place electric lights at all street crossings Passed 576 

For the several railroads crossing Joseph and Mary sts. to place gates and plank the crossing 

Passed 576 

Ordinance for receiving well and pumping works at 83d st. and Green Bay av., and for main 

sewer in sundry streets to connect therewith, to create drainage district, etc Passed 684 

Ordinance to regulate the sweeping of snow front of business places, for removal of, etc . . Passed 1279 

Ordinance for closing business places on Sunday Jud. 1435 

Ordinance assigning Rogers Park to Twenty-fifth ward and West Ridge to Twenty -sixth ward — 

Passed 586 

Ordmance assigning Rogers Park and West Ridge to Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth wards (two 

ordinances, see general ord., Rogers Park, etc.) — 256 

Ordinance, Western Avenue M. E. Church giving certain real estate to city for public street or 

highway Passed 1190 

Ordinance prohibiting children from jumping on and off street cars Passed 1249 

Order street car companies to remove snow from tracks Passed 1277 

Pay rolls for December, 1893 Pub. 1669 



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INDEX. 



MISCELL INEOUS Continued. 

Page. 

Pay rolls for Fobi uary, 1894 Pub. 2380 

Petition, receiver of Tliird National Bank to cancel assessment for sidewalk on 08th st Fin. 1010 

Petition and resolution for the removal and placing on Lake Front the Manufactures and Liberal 

Art buildings (World's Fair) W. & P. G. 1069 

Kailroads, order requesting report, plats, etc., from Col. Ellers, Consulting Engineer, in re 

obstructions of, encroachments upon, etc., public grounds,. etc Passed 1606 

Railroads, Northwestern "L" Co., acceptance of ord. of January 8, 1894 Pub. and Filed 1513 

Railroads, track elevation, report of Col. Ellers in re. L. S. & M. S. and C, R. I. & P. Pub. 1497 

Railroads, C. & W. I. R. R. Co., relating to alleged damage to their property at Dearborn Station, 

and in return for such damage asks permission to lay tracks on Dearborn St., 4th av., etc., 

Pub. and S. & A., S. D. 642 

Railroads, S. Chicago City Railway Co., to keep track and space clean Passed 567 

Railroads, Chicago North Shore Street Railroad Co., accepting ord. of April 5, 1893 Filed 11 

Railroads, Jefferson Street Railroad Co., accepting ord., filing bond, etc Filed 11 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Railroad, sundry injunction suits against Corporation Counsel, to 

report on Passed 398 

Resolution, Electric Light, Heat and Power, urging legislature to empower cities to furnish to 

citizens, etc Passed 353 

Resolution to abolish grade crossings and for removal of tracks laid without authority, especially 

Pennsylvania Co. and Western Indiana Co Passed 350 

Resolution and order in re. to the respective rights of the city and I. C. R. R. Co. to the fee in 

streets extended bet. Park Row and 50th st.. Law Dept. and D. P. W., to report on Passed 312 

Resolution in re. certain property bet. Halsted St., Sheffield, Belden and FuUerton avs. illegally 

exempted from taxation. Law Dept. to take steps in re Passed 573 

Resolution, streets in north division torn up by electric companies, to restore to proper condition 

Passed 743 

Resolution, money for entertainment of the Convention of American Federation of Labor. .Passed 1280 
Resolution, authorizing Finance Committee to appropriate money in hands of City Treasurer not 

raised by taxation Jud. 1252 

Street and Alley Cleaning Department, report of expenses, copy of pay-roll, etc Pub. & Ref. 605 

Street and Alley Cleaning Department, why order of June 26, calling for report, has not been com- 
plied with , Passed 569 

Street lamp repairs, expenditure of $90,092.86 in 1893, for committee to investigate and report in re. 

,Passed 1904 

Telephones, Chicago Twin Wire Long Distance Telephone Co., accepting ord. of Apxil 10, 1893, File 11 

Unemployed, committee petition for relief, etc Jud. \ 1^:1 

Water taxes, charitable, educational and religious institutions exempted from payment, list of, 
from May, 1893, to May, 1894 Pub, 2131 

Water supply, order for report as to whether higher pressure will give better supply of water 

Passed 487 

Water supply, 14th and 15th wards, report of City Engineer in re Fin. 2130 

World's Fair buildings, appointment of committee to examine and report on condition, and 
safety, etc 590 

World's Fair, cold storage building, burning of, loss of life, etc., City Council in re 579 



OFFICIAL BONDS. 



Ackerman, Wm. K., City Comptroller , Approved 1371 

Asay, Wm. C, City Prosecutor " 43 

JBransfleld, M. J., City Treasurer " 44 

Brandecker, F. X. Jr., City Collector. " 50 

Brennan, Miohl., Superintendent of Police " 766 

Burke, Robt. E., Sealer of Weights and Measures " 44 

Donovan, H. F., Inspector of Gas " 43 

Eisendrath, S. B., Commissioner of Buildings " 1566 

Gastfield, Chas. D., City Clerk " 44 

Hopkins, Jno. P., Mayor Filed 1337 



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OFFICIAL BO:N^DS-Continued. 



Jones, H. J., Commissioner of Public Works 

Kraus, Adolf, Corporation Counsel 

Mangier, Wm., Inspector of Oils 

Moody, Jno. A., Deputy Commissioner Public Works 

Eeynolds, Dr. A. R., Commissioner of Health. . , 

Rubens, Harry, Corporation Counsel 

Schofield, Jos., Superintendent of Street and Alley Cleaning. 

Swenie D. J., Fire Marshal 

Swift, Geo. B., Mayor pro tern 

Toolen, A. J., Commissioner of Buildings 

Trude, George A., City Attorney 

WethereU, O. D., City Comptroller 

Worthy, John, Inspector House of Correction 





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Academy of Music, permit to erect lamp posts at Madison and Halsted sts . . 

A. D. T. messenger call, to have placed in Council Chamber 

Adams Bros., permit for sign at 116 22d st 

Adams Bros., permit for sign at 172 22d st 

Ahem, P., claim for loss of horse 

Albero, Chas., permit to erect barber pole at 328 South State st 

Alley from Corwin pi. to Blue Island, for condemnation of S. & A., W. D. 

Alley bet. Sebor and Harrison sts., Desplaines and Halsted sts., to make pri- 
vate alley S. & A., W. D. 

Alsip Brick Co. vs. City, to discontinue proceedings in re 

Alsip Brick Co., to place fence around clay holes (rescinded 702) 

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American Eestaurant Co., permit for banner 



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Anderson Lars, refund paid on special assessment for water service pipes, 
etc 

Appointments to office under the city government, concerning the manner of 

Ashcroft, Mrs. H. A., pay for personal injuries Fin. 

Ashes, dumping of on 25th st.. Tenth ward, to discontinue 

Ashford, J. B., permit to connect with main sewer, cor. Ellis av. and 75 st. 

Ashly, Geo. W., permit for barber pole at 328 South Halsted st 

Assessments, equalized assessments various towns separately, for amount 
of 1891 and 1892 

Auditorium Co., permit to erect electric flags 



1238 
536 



Auminziata, V., permit to erect barber poles at sundry places 

Auminziata, V., permit to erect barber poles at 277^ Dearborn st Vetoed 

Badges containing the city seal, 25 additional to those under order of April 5 
Badges containing the city seal, to have additional made 



Baldwin, Chas., permit for banner at 125 5th av. 



Baldwin, Jos., permit for sign, front of 1222 Wabash av 

Barber pole, permit to stand at 372 State st 

Barnes, Isabella, claim for personal injuries 

Barre Sliding Kailroad Co., water pipe under Woodlawn av., north of 60th 

St., permit for. .' 

Barrett, Geo. D., permit to erect canopies, Goodall building, Cottage Grove 

and Bowen avs 

Bartlett, Leroy, permit to erect frame building at 5547 Cottage Grove av 

Bashful Eight Pleasure Club, permit for banner 

Bath House, First ward, to use Hygeia water, and fixing license at $50 

Bauman & Co., bay windows at 159 Clark st., permit to extend 

Beaumont, A. , permit for banners 

Behn, Mrs. W., permit to erect barber pole 

Bellested, Hy, permit for frame addition to building 1337 Hinman st 

Berry, J. M., permit for canopy at 82 S. Water st 

Bermingham, Mike, permit to raise cottage at 3456 Emerald av 

Berry, John M., permit to erect sign at lo39 State st 

Berry, John M., permit for swinging sign at 30 Van Buren st •. 

Berry, John M., permit for swinging sign at 9 Van Buren st 

Bessler, Edw., permit to finish office building at 820 12th st. (vetoed) 

Bneruse, John, permit to erect building 

Bill boards or fences, prohibiting erection of more than 8 feet high 

Birtch, H. E., claim for broken carriage 

Boalka, Frank, permit to erect brick cottage at 847 32d st 

Board of Education, Committee on Schools to examine and report on books, 

contracts, etc., of 

Boat at S. Halsted st. bridge, to run all night 

Bohemian American Pleasure Club, permit for banner 

Bolko, Christ, permit to erect cottage at 459 Parmelee st. (vetoed) 

Bolkow, C. F., permit to erect barn at 1009 20th st 

Bolter & Son, claim for iron work furnished S. Chicago police station 

Bookbinders' Union, permit for banner 

Bosk, M., permit for barber pole at 467H Clark st 

Boys' Reformatory and Manual Training School at the Bridewell, for report 

from the Board of Education, in re. progress 

Boyd, Jas. W., permit to erect addition to residence at 6526 Oglesby av 



849 



1111 
1180 

88 

89 

665 

852 



91 
394 

847 
1041 
1835 
2368 

2032 



1663 
1074 
1280 

1841 
739 
577 
641 



1013 



708 
1886 
534 
796 
1474 
577 
498 
757 

313 

480 



221 
848 

1474 
498 

1479 
575 

1277 
941 
974 
301 
190 

1554 
262 

2562 
586 
576 

573 
535 

2018 
1182 
645 
667 
1603 
1889 

847 
203 



2499 



2499 



163 



1568 



1194 



1568 



1194 



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Boyer, Fred, grading Crawford av., to pay him for Fin < 



Boyer, Fred, claim for pay for certain street improvements 

Boyer, Fred, permit to load manure on C, M. & St. P. E. E. cars at Morgan 
St. and Carroll av 

Boyle, Wm., permit to lay sidewalk in Calhoun pi 

Bridge at Addison av. over North Branch of the river 

Bridge at Belmont av. crossing of North Branch, for temporary foot use 

Bridge at Diversey st., for report of progess in re 

Bridge at Halsted st. (south), to keep police officers all night 

Bridge, Halsted st. (South), to put in service 

Bridge, Kedzie av., across the North Branch, for estimate of cost of and in- 
clude in next appropriation bill 

Bridge, Main st., to station police officer nights 

Bridge, Van Buren St., for temporary pontoon bridge 

Bridge, Van Buren st., for temporary pontoon bridge (vetoed) . .S. & A. S. D. 

Bridge, Van Buren st.. to repair west abutment 

Bridgeport Lock, additional appropriation for 

Bridgeport Pumping Works, for report as to number of pumps, capacity, 
how run, expense of, what change if any made, etc 

Bradley, Chas. H., building permit unused, to refund for Fin. 

Braun & Filts, permit to construct coal vaults in alley 

Brennan, W. F., permit for shed at 1034 Lawndale av 

Brunner, Mrs. J. W., to refund $lu paid for unused peddler license 

Buck, Lottie M., claim for personal injuries 

Budich, Commodore, permit for banner 

Buildings, temporary buildings in district bet. 55th and 67th sts.. Cottage 
Grove av. and Lake Michigan, to remove 

Buildings, cor. La Salle and Washington sts., permit to construct vault in 
aUey, to cancel old permit and issue new one S. & A., S. D. 

Buildings, cof. Lock and Cologne sts., permit to remain and improve 
streets, etc S. & A., S. D. 

Buildings, on Lake Front, permit to complete upon certain conditions 

Buildings, rear of lot at 1054 Millard av., permit to move to front of lot 

Buildings (wooden building), at 125 and 127 E. 56th st., for removal of 

Buildings, frame shanty at Van Buren st. Ogden av. and Honore St., for re- 
moval of 

Buildings, frame buildings on city lot at Adams st. and Centre j p ^ -vr- 
av., to be torn down ^ r-co vv. 

Building Inspectors, for appointment of 

Building Ordinance of March 13, 1893, was it repealed or modified by j Jud. 
order of June 5, 1893? I 

Burke, M. D., improving Southport av., to cancel contract 

Burcky & Milan, permit for banner 

Burcky & Milan, permit for banner (vetoed) amended 

Bureau of Street and AUey Cleaning, for report of expenditures, copy of 
pay-roll, etc 

Butler Bros., platform in rear of John Quincy Adams building 

Butler St. Foimdry and Iron Co., permit to erect shed 

Byrne, Mrs., to rebate water tax at 290 Maxwell st Fin. 

Byron st, from 48th to 52d sts., to grade it 

Bystedt, Mr., permit to erect bay window at 94 Oak st 

Caledonia Society, permit for banners 

Calhoun pi, to stop work in, by contractors erecting new building, etc 

Campbell, Freeman, permit to shingle 3 one-story buildings on Station st — 

Campbell, Freeman, permit to shingle cottages on Bremen st., vetoed F. & W. 

Canal st, bet. Lake and Fulton sts., to re-arrange railroad tracks, pave, etc. . 

Canopy over Congress st. at Auditorium entrance, as to right or permit to 
erect 



Caribine, Mrs., permit to erect frame building, cor. Archer av. and Joseph st 
Catch Basins, Fifteenth ward, in unpaved streets, to place iron gratings over 
Catch Basins, Humboldt blvd., bet. Milwaukee and Western avs., to put in 

order 

Cattle, lumpy jawed, for ord. in re. killing and disposing of 

Cearney, Pat, permit to erect brick cottage at 967 31st st 

Center st, bet. Clark st. and Evanston av., north of Wellington st., change 

name to Millie ct — 

Chicago Home for Incurables, to erect summer house, for permit 

Chicago Opera House, permit for banners. S. & A., S. D. 



356 

649 



1512 



301 



973 
941 



494 
1071 



496 



1454 



577 



377 
850 
543 
756 
160 

2^03 



1238 
1067 
1185 

485 
1885 

535 
2221 

1480 

851 

1474 



641 
755 

711 



901 



1512 



675 



2564 
978 



395 



163 



749 



808 

973 

1000 

540 

498 



1617 



535 
704 
258 
648 
739 
742 
1435 



163 



2108 
798 
304 

354 
1903 

8^7 

1479 
313 

641 



1893 
225 



1000 



1454 



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Chicago Pastry Cooks and C. C. Assn., permit for banner, 167 Madison st. . . . 

Chicago Elver, West Fork of the South Branch, to call it Lawndale Branch 
Chicago Eiver ^ 

Cigar Makers Union, permit for banners 

City Keal Estate, for list of, that may be sold 

CityEeal Estate, Lot 44, McCreery's Sub., adjoining Engine House 47, to 
advertise for sale pin 

City Morgue, Hurson Bros., 974 W. Lake st 

City Offices, to close them at noon Saturdays during World's Fair Fin. 

City Offices, to close at 4 P. M. during summer vacation of Council, at dis- 
cretion of Mayor 

City Press Assn., permits for conduits bet. W U. Tel. and newspaper offices. 

City Property, acquired from the Metropolitan "L" Co., Comptroller to sell, 
and purchase other property 

City Property, bridges, patrol boxes, etc., for advertising purposes. Comp- 
troller to advertise for bids for ^fud. 

Clary, John, permit to load manure on cars bet. 16th and Eebecca sts." 
Loomis St. and Ashland av H & C E 

Clay Holes, to enforce order of May 2, 1892, in refilling ." 

Cleveland, S. E. & Co., permit to erect shed 

Coda, D., building at Washtenaw av. and 12th St., for permit to erect 

Cohn, Jacob H., permit for show windows 

Cohn, Mrs., to pay her $1,000 for personal injuries Fin. 

Colfax av, from 65th st. to 67th st., change name to Vernon av 

Commonwealth Lodge, A. O. U. W., permit for banners -j 

Company E., Seventh Infantry, permit for banner 

Confederated Irish Societies, permit for banner i 

Connor, Freeman, cottages on Lill st., permit to complete 

Connors, John, to refund him $82.50 overcharge water rates Fin 

Council Chamber, to have A. D. T. messenger call placed in 

Council Chamber, Judge Brentano, permit to use for trial of city case 

County Democracy, permit for banner 

Court Brighton Park, I. O. F., permit for banners 

Court Crystal, 1. O. F., permit for banners 

Courts Eureka and Custer, I. O. F., permit for banners 

Court Lessing, I. O. F., permit for banners 

Court Liberty, I. O. F., permit for banners 

Court Logan, I. O. F., permit for banner 

Court St. Ignatius, Commandrv C O. F., permit for banners 

Court St. Joseph, I. O. F., permit for banner 

Courts Weidner and Harmony, I. O. F., permit for banner 

Coxe Bros. & Co., permit to erect coal chute at 2P46 Lock st 

Cozzi, A., barber pole, 180 E. Van Buren st., for permit , 

Creamery Package Co.. permit for insulated wire under Washington st 

bridge S.&A.,W.D. 

Crematories, matter of, to be referred to the Mayor and Finance Committee 

Fin. 

Crematories, referred whole matter to the Mayor, Finance Committee and 

Commissioner of Health 

Crematories, referred whole matter to the Mayor and Finance Committee 

with power to act 

Crematories, Chairman to communicate with Sanitary Engineer, World's 

Fair, as to cost, capacity and utility, etc 

Crematories, for employment of Sanitary Engineer to examine and report on 
Crew, Levick Co., permit to erect shed at Hawthorne a v. and Blackhawk st. 

Crossing, Archer av., from 39th st. to Kedzie av., for foot walks 

Crossing, California av., from 39th to 43d sts 

Crossing, Canal St., bet. Archer av. and 2-Zd. St., sundry railroads, to plank. . 

Crossing, Deering st,. sundry railroads, to station police officers 

Crossing, Forty-third St., from Western av., to Kedzie av., for foot walks. . . . 

Crossing, Joseph st., the several railroads to place sidewalks on 

Crossing, Kedzie av., from 39th to 43d sts., for foot walks 

Crossing, Sixty-fourth st. and Myrtle av., to lay stone crossing 

Crossing, Emerald av.. from 56th to 59th sts., to substitute stone for brick . . 
Crossing, Union av., from 56th to 59th sts., to substitute stone for brick. . . . 
Cudahy Packing Co., permit to lay underground conduit across North av. 

(vetoed 1951) S. & A., N. D. 1951 



1888 



190 
2019 



805 
265 

739 
263 

1349 



119 



2371 



1231 



397 



535 
264 



742 
1350 
2123 

710 

1836 

94 



846 
1072 

535 



1180 

211 »8 

577 

798 

1071 

488 

575 

307 

1602 

1478 

1113 

353 

496 

390 



163 



644 

802 



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2123 
21:i3 
1068 
1475 
21-.>3 
1278 
21:^3 
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2294 
2294 

1905 



1121 



577 



978 



2224 



1951 



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Taken from file. Fin. 

Curb Stones, lime stone curbs, inability to supply, permits contractors to 
substitute sand stone 

Curb Stones, to chans^e specifications from lime stone to sand stone 

Curb Wall, Canal st.,~from Van Buren st. to Harrison st., east side 

Custer Council, National Union, permit for banner 

Dahlgren, R. W., permit f< r bay windows 2752 N. Paiilina st 

Dake Bakery, permit to connect automatic sprinkler with water mains 

Danish Sharpshooters' Society, permit for banners 

Danish Veteran Association, permit for banners 

Davis, Ben., to pay him $25, to take from file and refer to Fin. 

Dawson, R. A., permit for boot black stand at City Hall S. and A., S. D. 

Day, Mrs. Alice, permit to erect addition to building 1513 Van Buren st 

Dead animals, for removal of at night 

Dead animals, in re. removal, free of charge 

Dearborn st, south of Jackson st, to remove mud, dirt, etc., from 

Decicco, John, permit for barber pole •■i89 S. Clark st 

Delaware Boat Club, permit for banner 

Delia st, change name to Polk st 

Dennison, F. A., pay in re. Prosecuting Attorney's office 

Department of Buildings, for list of appointees, vocation, etc 

Dewes, F. J., permit to erect shaft in building at 3031 Archer av 

Dickey, Jennie A., claim for personal injuries 

Disischer, Nicholas, peniiit to erect brick cottage at 1409 Harrison st 

Ditches, California av, from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd, to fill for pro- 
tection of water service pipes 

Ditches between 47th and 63d sts. crossing Robey st. sewer, to have opened 

Ditch, north side of Western av., to have cleaned 

Division av, from Linden to St. Charles avs., change name to Selwyn av — 

Dlouhy, Vincent, permit to connect with water main, 

Dog catchers' salaries, to pay '. 

Dole, J., 214 Sheridan st., to grant him a key to fire plug on Mead st. .F.&W. 

Dolan, John J., permit for bay windows S. W. cor. j S. and A., S. D. I 
Washington and Dearborn sts ( Vetoed f 

Dorman, John F., entrance to building 971 22d st., for permit 

Dorman, John F., permit to erect frame barn at 971 2 Jd st 

Drains in Adelaide ct, from Butler to Fairmont avs., for repeal 

Balmoral av, from Ashland av. to Clark st 

Bemice av, from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R., for repeal - -j 

Bishop st, from 49th to 63d sts., for repeal ] 



Bishop st, from 51st to 55th sts 

Byron st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R., for repeal 

Carpenter st, from 50th ct. to 51st st 

Clifton st, from 40th to 44th sts. , for repeal 

Cologne st, from Main to Fuller sts 

Commercial av, from Lincoln av. to Addison st 

Commercial av, from Lincoln to Graceland avs 

Commercial av, from Lincoln to Graceland avs., for repeal 

Delaware st, from C, B. & Q. R. R. to 26th st., for repeal 

Diversey av, from Milwaukee to Kedzie avs 

Douglas blvd, from Central Pai-k to Bonney avs.. South side 

Douglas blvd, from Colorado av. to Harrison st.. West side 

Douglass blvd, from Colorado av. to 12th st.. East side 

Douglas blvd, from Hamlin to Bonney avs.. South side, 

Douglas blvd, from Harrison to 12th sts.. West side 

Douglas blvd, from Homan to Albany avs 

Douglas blvd, from 12th st. to Hamhn av., West side 

Dreyer st, from 47th to 51st sts 

Elias st, from Archer av. to Lyman st - 

Fairmount av, from Ogden av. to 26th St., for repeal 

Fay St., from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R., for repeal. 

Fifty-first st, from Ashland av. to Wood st 

Fifty-second st, bet. Cottage Grove and Drexel avs, by private contract 
Fifty-eighth st, from Stewart to Wentworth avs 



713 

1238 
1238 



910 

146 



2016 
2069 



2359 



846 



399 



352 



703 

2206 

1608 

■JC07 

702 

1844 

1609 

22 6 

897 

703 

716 

147 

1608 

2292 

703 

2206 

850 

848 

848 

8?.0 

848 

85' 

850 

483 

222, 

703 

2206 

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145 



1018 
1243 



459 



1315 
113 



102 



647 



1555 
362 

797 
1842 



943 



891 
375 
803 

!014 
2363 

704 



400 
375 



2014 

303 
575 



751 



163 



403 
514 



477 



2130 



2069 



115 



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Drains in — 

Forest av, from Elston av. to Humboldt bird., to proceed 

Forquer st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs., for repeal 

Forquer st, from Central Park to Lawndale av, (Warrant 16246) for repeal 

Forty-first st. from 28th st. to C, B. & Q. R. R., for repeal 

Forty-second st, from 28th st. to C, B. &' Q. R. R., for repeal 

Forty-eiffhth st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards R. R 

Forty-ninth st, from Wallace to Halsted sts 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Clark st., for repeal 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Sheldon st., for repeal 

Greenwood av, from Everett to Center sts 

Haugan av, from Byi-on to Grace sts 

Hoyne av, from Belmont av. to Addison st 

Indiana av, from 51st to 55th sts 

Irving av, from Everet av. to Center st 

Justine st, from 49th to 53d sts 

Kellog av, from C, B. & Q. R. R. to 26th St., for repeal 

Kenmore av, from Lawrence av. to Montrose blvd 

-i^aflm st, from 49th to 63d sts., for repeal 

Lincoln av, from Sulzer st. to Church rd 

Logan st, from WaUace st. to Union Stock Yards railroad .'.'.'.' 

Loomis St. from 55th to 63d sts., for repeal 

Lunt av, from C. M. & St. P. R. R., east (Roger's Park) 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton to Diversey avs., to proceed 

Matteson st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards 

May st, from 58th to 59th sts., for repeal 

Montana st, from Ashland av. to PeiTy st 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Racine av 

North Fifty-ninth st. from Clark to Robey sts 

Oakdale av, from Southport av. to Peiry st 

Ogden av, from 40th to 43d sts,, for repeal 

Ogden av, from 40th to 46th sts., for repeal 

Park av, from Everet av. to Center st 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Gi-aceland avs 

Paulina st, from Webster av. to N. 59th st 

Pearl st, from 40th to 44th sts., for repeal 

Polk st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs., for repeal 

Poplar av, from 29th to 31st sts 





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Richmond av, from C, B. & Q. R. R. to -^eth st., for repeal. 

Rosebud st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Western av., for repeal 

St. Charles av, from Everet to Center sts 

Selwyn av, from Everet to Center sts 

Seventh av, from Ewing av. to Avenues J and K 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. Ry 

Sheldon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st ' 

Sherman st, from 39th to 43d sts 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Amiitage av. 

Sixty-seventh st, from Stony Island to Oglesby avs 

Sundry sts. in Twenty-sixth ward, for repeal 

Taylor st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs., for repeal 

Trumbull av, from C;olorado av. to Harrison st 

Twenty -fourth st, from Fairmont av. to 40th st., for repeal 

Twenty-fifth st, from 40th to 44th sts., for repeal 

Twenty-sixth st, from 40th to 44th sts., for repeal 

Twenty-sixth st, from Lawndale to Sacramento avs 

Vernon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st 

Washburne av, from Lincoln to Robey sts 

Washington av, from Everett to Center sts 

Wallace st, from 47th to 49th sts 

Webster av, from Clark to Robey sts ^ 

Wellington st, from Lincoln av. to Robey st 

Western av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe blvd 

Westminster av, from C, B. & Q,. R. R. to 26th st., for repeal 

Wolcott st, from Webster av. to N. 59th st 

Woodside av, from Addison to Cornelia sts 

Drainage District, bet. W. 45th and W. 48th sts., Madison -st. and Grand av.. 

W. 12th St., etc 

Drainage District, bet. 75th and 87th sts., Stewart av. and Lake Michigan. . . 



2017 

647 

2563 

2563 

897 

897 

184:3 

1012 

1432 

1 12 

1109 

2294 

1432 

7u2 

703 

744 

702 

1185 

897 

702 

1607 



1904 



897 

2006 

652 

308 

2122 

255 

811 

1222 

1433 

1608 

2122 

703 

2017 

192 

478 

542 

703 

304 

1432 

1432 

2359 

145 

1433 

201 

704 

2565 

983 

2017 

392 

703 

703 

2563 

2560 

1433 

713 

1433 

897 

2122 

255 

1882 

703 

2122 

147 

1282 
313 



1904 



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Drew, John, permit to erect frame addition at 2706 Union av F 

Dunne. Jolm E., permit to erect building at 172 Micliigan st 

Dunn & Dwyer, canopy at 167-9 Madison st., for permit 

Duplissis Jos., permit to erect bridge gate, to D. P. W. witli power to act. . . 

Eggette, Coal Co., permit to build shed F. & W. 

Eichendorf, Mr., pernlit for bay windows at 398 Washburne av., vetoed. . . j 

F. & W. 1 

Eight-hour Law, Street Cleaning Department to enforce 

Election Commissioner's Office, providing for payment of employes Fin 

Electric Lights in — 

Alley bet. Calhoun pi. and Madison st : 

Ashland av, from 55th to 63d sts S. & A., S. D. 

Ashland av, from 55th to 59th sts 

Avenue J (4th av.), from 95th to 105th sts 

Avenue K, from 95th to li'6th sts 

B. & O. R. R. Co., to erect 

Calhoun pi, bet. Clark and La Salle sts 

Calumet av. crossing of the Union Stock Yards Railroad 

Clark St. viaduct, to erect 

Depot, cor. 89th and Loomis sts 

Dexter av, bet. Wallace and Wright sts 

Edison Electric Light Co., wires on Wabash av., from Harrison st. to 
Hubbard ct., for permit S. & A., S. D. 

Cor. of 80th and Wright sts 

Cor. of 41st pi. and Sangamon st 

Cor of 81st St. and Lyons av 

Cor. of 81 st and Wright sts 

On 88th St. and Exchange av 

Elevated railroad, intersection of streets, etc., for ord. in re 

Cor. of Ewing av. and 99th sts 

Ewing av, from 94th to 99th sts 

Exchange av, from 95th st. to Notre Dame av 

Forty-second st. and Bissell av. (or Wright St.), at intersection of 

Forty-eighth st, from Halsted to Robey sts 

Cor. of 59th and Aberdeen sts : 

Garfield blvd, from State to 39th sts Fin. 

Bet. Halsted st., Center av., Madison and Polk sts., to purchase site for 
power station 

Cor. of Halsted and 79th sts 

Halsted st, from 119th to 122d sts 

Harrison st, from Paiilina st. to Kedzie av. , for estimate cost of 

Hyde Park Electric Light and Power Co. permit to construct manholes. 

Jefferson av. , West Pullman 

Kensington (34th ward) 

Kent, Wm., for permit to lay conduit across Calumet av., near 43d st., 
etc 

Kinzie st., at alley east of State st 

Korssell, C. F. P., permit to erect plant at 73d st. and Jefferson av. 
(vetoed) 

To contract for, lighting of ; 

Lowe av., West Pullman 

Madison St., at Rockwell st. crossing 

Madison st, from Western av. to 40th St., for estimate of cost of 

Michigan av, from 95th to 119th sts., to contract for Fin, 

Michigan av., at all street intersections, from 103d st. to Kensington av. . 

Monroe st. and Western av 

Ninety-third st, from Anthony to Stony Island avs 

Ogden av, from Madison to Taylor sts., for estimate of cost of 

. One Hundred and Eleventh St., at all street intersections bet. Michigan 
av. and C. E. I. R. R 

One Hundred and Fifteenth St., at all street intersections bet. Michigan 
av. and C. & E. I. R. R 

One Hundred and Nineteenth st, from Michigan av. to Halsted st 

One Hundred and Twentieth st, from Halsted to Butler sts 

Palmer av , to remove them to Commercial and Ewing avs 

Peoples' Light & Power Co., on Madison av., to rescind existing permit 
and issue a new one 

Peoples' Light and Power Co., to rescind existing permit. .G. O. & E. L. 

Root and Halsted sts - 



1239 



192 
1567 



2530 

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301 



1609 



1106 



698 



2360 



812 



198 
301 
974 



1554 
1279 



886 



1010 

1187 

1107 

116 

886 

841 

396 

814 

2292 



1186 
1187 
1186 
1186 
1481 
2014 



746 
1074 
1609 

146 
11' 7 



1837 
842 
2202 
92 
1481 
2202 
1430 

1548 
2292 

478 

91 

2202 

1662 

92 



1847 

849 

1481 

92 

1847 

1847 

2202 

2202 

841 

747 



544 



2023 



2371 



520 



1490 



1567 



520 



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Electric Lights in= "^ '"" '^"^ 

St. Charles Air Line R. E. crossing, why not erected 

Seventieth st. and Union av. (Winter st) 

Seventieth st. and Union av., remove to 72d and Peoria sts. ."..'.'."""" ' 

Seventy-first st. and Emerald av., at intersection of 

Seipp av, at 71st and 72d and 73d st. crossings, World's Fair to erect. . . . 

Seventy-second and Peoria sts 

Seventy-fifth st, from Stony Island av. to Halsted st '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

seventy-eighth st. and Emerald av 

Seventy-eighth and Halsted sts 

Seventy-ninth st. and Raih-oad av., I. C. R. R. to erect ".' 

Seventy-ninth and Sherman sts 

Shields av, from 43d to 45th sts g' o" &"e l' 

Shields av, bet. 53d and 55th sts 

Shields av, bet. 53d and 55th sts., to put in service '.'.'.'.'.'. 

Sixth ward, railroads to erect at all street crossings 

Sixth ward, railroad crossings, why order of July 15, 1893, not complied 

Sixtieth st. and ilnion av! ........................[. 

Sixty-third st. and Wentworth av '.'.'.'.'. 

Sixty-eighth st. and Emerald av., remove to 71st and Halsted sis..'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Sixty-eighth and Yale sts 

S. Chicago av, from 7.5th to 93d sts ." 

S. Chicago av, crossing sundry railroads, to erect " 

Stony Island av, from 63d to 65th sts 

Stony Island av, from 75th to 79th sts 

Subways under I. C. R. R .".'."..'.".'.""" 

Sullivan & Co., permit to cross sundry streets during World's Fair. . 

Sundry crossings of C. & W. I. R. R " . 

Superior av, from 87th to 89th sts [ 

Thirteenth ward railroad companies to erect at crossing 

Thirty-second ward. Comptroller to advertise for bids and report to 

rt^t- . 9*^"^^^ ^^® relative cost of lighting with electric light and gas 

Thirty-second ward, for estimate of cost of 

Transfer from 70th st. and Eggleston av. to cor. Stewart av. and South 
Normal Parkway 

Union av, bet. 47th and 55th sts., to remove and replace witli gas lamps! 

Union av (West Pullman) .... 

Van Buren st, from Hoyne to Kedzie avs., for estimate of cost of 

Viaduct, Clark st., north end 

■cii yates, Paxton, Jeffery & Oglesby avs. crossings I. C. R. R. Co., to erect.' 
■^ ifi^ ..^^f^*^^ ^^•' theater building on Stony Island av., bet. 62d and 

63d sts, for permit F and W 

Elevators, City Hall, for estimate cost of four additional .' 

Empire Theater Co., permit for banner 

Employment agencies, for report as to the right of the city to license, regu- 
late, etc 

Engine house site, Robey st.,' ijet.' North andVwaubaiasiaa^^ 

chase of ' pin. | 

Engine house site, near Robey st. and Milwaukee av., to purchase site for! . . 

±.ngme house site, Rogers Park, for company and equipment Fin 

i,ngine house site. West Ridge, for company and equipment Fin. 

Enright, Thos., permit to erect building rear of 1801 State st 

Everest, Nancy T., for quit claim deed 

Express employes, permit for banner 

Extend the existing 20-foot alley in E. Ka, Block 92, C. T. Sub. 17, 39, 14, etc. . 

Extend KroU st, from Moore to Coulter sts ! . . . 

Fahey, Timothy, permit to erect frame building at 3649 Emerald av 

iaik, Nick, permit to erect brick cottage at 112 Ambrose st 

taUem, Wm , claim for personal injuries Fin 

Parrell, John J„ permit for sign at 1-^05 Wabash av ! 

Farrell, Patrick, to annual contract for the improvement of Armour av 

^arreU Patrick, improvement of Wabash av , not to allow him for 

Farwell av, change name to Champlain av 

Femdberg, Jacob, permit to erect addition to building at 122 South Des- 

plames st, (vetoed) F. and W 

Felish, Jacob, permit to erect frame cottage at Homan av., near 29th st 

Fences across alley bet. lots 21, 22, 39 and 40 Rosenmerkle's Sub. lot 31, etc. . 

Fences m alley rear of No. 1545 Dunning st., for removal of 

Fences, wooden, cor. Clark st. and North av. , for removal of 



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1490 



57' 

656 
2005 
1431 

203 
1845 
1286 
2123 

898 
1431 
2564 



1549 
576 

1239 

936 

1351 

2004 

897 

1010 

1309 

203 

1010 



313 



1952 
2195 



256 
256 



1901 
495 



ri5 



1510 



1221 



542 
1108 
1187 

491 

349 

898 

2202 

986 

220--' 

92 

308 

202 



499 



797 
2451 

1477 



1568 



797 
169 
976 



976 
940 



534 
655 

1548 



509 



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977 
1283 
148' 

573 



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Fences on Taylor st, bet. Garfield blvd. and Springfield av., for removal of. . 

Fences on Lake shore bet. Belmont av. and Grace st., to erect for the con- 
venience of bathers 

Fergus, Geo. H., building on northeast comer Dearborn av. and Illinois st., 
permit to complete 

Fejreisen, P. L., awning at 210 State St., for permit to erect 

First Reformed Church, permit to erect sheds 

First Reformed Church, of Gano, permit to erect buildings ■ 

Finkelstein, Jacob, claim for personal injuries 

Fire alarm Idox, Coles av, 350 feet south of 78th st 

Fire alarm box, Desplaines and 103d st 

Fire alarm box, Ewing av, 650 feet south of 92d st. bridge 

Fire alarm box, 50th st. and Princeton av 

Fire alarm box, Halsted and 120th sts 

Fire alarm box, Loomis and 89th sts 

Fire alarm box, 78th and Sherman sts 

Fire alarm box, Weed st. and Smith av '. . 

Fire plug, Humboldt av, bet. Milwaukee and Western av 

Fire plug, 45th st, near Michigan av, on sidewalk to remove 

Flushing tanks for sewers, bet. 77th and 79th sts., Stewart av. and HaMed 

Forbe, Christ, claim for refund of fine Fin. 

Forepaugh's Show, Lake Front, for permit, etc Fin. 

Forschler, Thos., permit to cover barn at 302 S. Canal st 

Fountain, for public drinking, bet. Hart and Archer avs. and 38th st 

Fries, Geo., permit for bay windows, cor. Clifton and Center sts < 

Fruit Stand, cor. Sedgwick st. and North av., for removal of 

Fruit Stand, cor. Sedgwick st. and North av., for permit of F. & W. 

Fuermann Brg. Co., to refund them $23.29 overpaid on saloon license. . .Fin. 
Furber, H. J., permit to complete canopy at building. State and Washing- 
ton sts 



Gaelic Athletic Association, permit for banner. 



Gall, C. C, to refund him $5<^ deposit acct. opening street Fin. 

Gall, C. C, to refund him ^50 deposit acct. opening street 

Gall, C. C, to refund him $50 deposit acct. opening street Fin. 

Galvin, Jas., claim for 

Gambling, Thirty-fourth ward, to enforce ord. in re 



GammoUj R. A., to refund him money paid in error on special assessment 



Garey, Michael, claim for extra help, Deering st. bridge 

Garbage, removal of, to let contract for 

Garbage, Twenty -fourth ward, to stop dumping of on lake shore.. H. & C. R. 
Garbage, Thirty -second ward, to remove wooden boxes and provide means 

for removal of 

Garbage, to stop the dumping of on the north shore in front of North Side 

Water Works 



Garbage, to prohibit the dumping of in Sixth ward .^ \ 

Garbe, Rudolph, permit to erect cottage at Hinman st. and Western av 

Garfield Turn Verein, 673-7 Larrabee St., permit to erect lamps 

Gas- 
Agreement bet. the city and Gas companies in re. rates, etc 

Agreement bet. the city and Gas companies in re. rates, etc., for report 

from Law Dept. in re 

Agreement bet. the city and Gas companies in re. rates, etc., for report 

amt. money due the companies, etc 

Agreement bet. the city and Gas companies in re. rates, etc., for opin- 
ion from Law Dept., in re., withhold pay, etc 

Chicago Gas Light and Coke Co., to lay mains in 35th st. and 34th ct — 

Chicago Gas Light and Coke Co., to repair Cologne st 

Chicago Gas Light and Coke Co., respecting use of sidewalk while laying 

main in Archer av. 

Economic Gas Co., to replace pavements in sundry places in 2nd ward. . . 
Hyde Park Gas Co., request to lay mains and service pipes in 50th pi., 

bet. Cottage Grove and St. Lawrence avs ♦. 

Hyde Park Gas Co.. Indiana av., bet. 39th and 55th sts., not to tear up 
the street except upon petition of property owners 



1432 
230 



573 

980 



1434 



1608 



1012 



889 

706 

982 
362 

1278 
116 
944 

2004 
814 

2004 

1550 
747 
814 
987 
743 
354 
253 
814 



484 

65 

743 

396 

651 



264 

886 
887 
890 
894 



748 
900 
944 
376 



935 

487 



8 1 
1479 

1478 

1552 

2365 

213 

496 
715 

715 

577 

144 
202 



164 



1189 



1556 



908 



2370 



513 
514 



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INDEX. 



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Hyde Park Gas Co., mains in Indiana av., rescinding part of order of 
May 8, 1893 

Hyde Park Gas Co., to place lamps on posts on Forrestviile av." . .' '. .' .' .' .' .' .' 

Mutual Fuel Gas Co.. to prohibit emptying refuse into the 73d st. sewer. 

Keservon-s m Sixth ward, that no more permits be issued for 

Suburban Gas Co., to make house connections in improved streets 26th 
ward ' 

Suburban Gas Co., to lay mains in Bernice av .................'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.. . 

Suburban Gas Co., to lay mains and connections in Perry st., s'outhport 
and Mayf air avs, Bell Plaine and Catalpa sts 

SuburbanGasCo., to lay mains in Webster av., Wolcott st. and West 
Eavenswood Park 

Suburban Gas Co., Lake View Law Dept. to report if" they can be com- 
pelled to lay mains, etc 

Suburban Gas Co., requiring them to comply with terms of' "t'he'ord "of 

„ .October 29, 1884 (Lake View), in re. laying mains, etc Jud. 

Suburban Gas Co., to lay main in Hoyne av., from Belmont to Addison 
avs 



826 



Suburban Gas Co., to lay mains in 26th ward where iniprovemeiits are 
ordered 



Suburban Gas Co., to lay mains in 26th ward where iniprovements 'are 
ordered S. & A. N. D 

Suburan Gas Co., to lay mains in Graceland av., from Lincoln av! to W 
Ravenswood Park 

Suburban Gas Co., to lay mains in sundry streets in "2'6't'h' ward." .' .' ,' ," .* .' .' ." ." 
Vmcennes av, from 49th to 50th sts., for mains and service pipes 

CjrRS jMRinS — 

Bell Plaine av, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. E 

Blackhawk st, from Halsted st. to the river , 

Burlmg st, from Wrightwood av. south 418 ft. as per Lake View ord., 
January 5. 1885, and connections 

Clybourne pi, from Clybourne av. to the river 

Cuyler av. from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R 

Forrestviile av, from 48th to 49th sts 

North 59th st, from Clark to Robey sts., Suburban Gas Co. to lay 

Palmer st from Webster av. to N. 59th st.. Suburban Gas Co. to lay 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs 

Sixteenth st, from Kedzie to Albany avs 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd 

Sundry streets, Webster av., Pahner st., Wolcott st. and West Ravens- 
wood Park 

Twenty-sixth ward. Suburban Gas Co. to lay" mains' i'n 'streets 'that are 
ordered to be improved 

Warner av, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R R. 

Webster av, from Clark to Robey sts.. Suburban Gas Co. to lay ....;.".*.'! . 

Weed st, from Halsted st. to the river 

Woodside av, from Grace st. to Graceland av. Suburban Gas Co. to 'lay ! '. 

W olcott st, from Western av. to N. 59th St., Suburban Gas Co. to lay . . . . 

Gas supply pipes m Ashland av, from N. 59th st. to Balmoral av 

Gates, J. D., permit for lamp post 

Gegenheuner, E., permit to erect lamp post at 515 South Halsted si'....'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Geisler, R. permit to change basement window at 128 La Salle st 

Gibam, H., permit for bay window at Roscoe st. and Clifton av., (vetoed).. . . 

F & W 

Gibbons, Walter, claim ^ Fin" 

Gibson, John J., permit for building at 876 Bonney av .'.*.*.".'.'.'.'."".'.*.'.*.'.'.'.'.'.'. .... 
Goodale, M. M., building No. 509-511 Racine av., for permit in re 

Gorgen, Jacob, permit to erect brick cottage at 215 Coulter st \ 



1883 



198 



253 

1284 

313 

192 

255 
539 

571 

653 

809 



1285 
809 



1906 

21^2 

568 

1072 



103 



160 



706 

1072 

935 

2122 

2122 

258 

'849 



652 



103 



Gotthelf, Jos., sheds on Stony Island av., for permit to erect F. & W. 

Grade— 

From 87th to 95th sts., Harbor av. and Fort Wayne tracks. 

Fiftieth St. (West), from Irving Park blvd. south 800 feet 

Fifty-first St. (West), from Irving Park blvd. south 800 feet 

Forty-ninth st. (West), from Irving Park blvd. south 800 feet. 

Ir\'ing Park blvd., from Selwyn to St. Charles avs 

Milwaukee av, from Irving Park blvd. to N. W. R. R 

• Otto st, from Clark to Halsted sts., to change .' 

Sherman st, from 69th to 71st sts., to change 



1510 
1549 



391 



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1072 
2122 

•J364 
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391 
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308 

400 



704 
704 
704 



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Sundry streets (bet. llBth st., 123d st., Halsted st. and Wentworth av).. . . 

Webster av, bet. Elston av. and the river 

Wentworth av, from 123d to 127th sts 

Grand Cloak Co., permit for bay windows cor. State and Adams sts., vetoed 

F. & W. 

Grant, Robt., permit for banner 

Griefenhagen, R., to erect building at 553-55 Dearborn av ... . .■! .F & W 

Greisheimer, Fred., permit for banner, Halsted and Madison sts 

Grigsby, Ch., claim for loss of horse Fin 

Groves, H. W., pei-mit for boot black stand, 170 S. Clark st F. & W 

Groves, H. W., permit for boot black stand, 193 LaSalle st 

Grunbon & Co., permit to pile lumber, corner 15th st. and Laflin St., 

vetoed F. & W 

Gunning, R. J., permit to extend lamp on Van Buren st., vetoed F & W 

Gypsies, camping on Thirty-fifth st . , permit to remain 



1868 



HaaSi Mrs. Minnie, permit to raise cottage, etc., at 1114 Adams st ^ 

Hagerstadt & Hermanson, claim for personal injuries 

Hagenbeck Arena Co., permit for banner. 

Hahnemann Hospital, free use of water ' 

Hailing, J. H., permit for banner 

Hardin, John, permit to put in sewer and house drains in 5M st 

Harlev, W., permit to erect shed at 19th st. and Sawyer av 

Harlev, W., permit to erect shed at 19th st. and Spaulding av F. & W. 

Harlev, W^., permit to erect sheds F. & W 

Harlev, W., permit te erect shed at 16th st. and Sawyer av 

Harlev, W., permit to erect shed 

Harlev, W., permit to erect a frame barn at alley, Sawyer av and 21st st 



.F. & W. 



Harlev, W., permit to erect a frame barn •. 

Harmony, Social and Benevolent Club, permit for banner 

Hartig, John, permit to build cottage on posts 

Haskell, F., permit for barber pole at 1219 Wabash av , 

Hankel, R., permit to erect frame barn at No. 9 Willis ot 

Havermisk, W., permit for barber pole at 359H Clark st 

Hawley, H. L., permit to erect building at 707 and 709 Trumbull av 

Hayes, D. H., permit for canopy at 65 and 67 36th st 

Healey, John, claim for personal injuries 

Heger, Wm., permit for building at 1' '33 W. 13th st 

Heidrich, F. H., claim for loss of team 

Henderson, John, permit to rebuild and repair building at Rockwell st. and 

Cicero ct 

Hennig, Herman, West Twelfth Street Turner Hall, permit to build par- 
titions 

Hennings, Catherine, claim for personal injuries , 

Hess Elevator Co., scales in sidewalk space, permit to remove to roadway 

space 

Hess Elevator Co., to retain street scales in present position 

Hess, Fred W., permit for bay windows at Dewey ct. and Halsted st ; . . . 

Hess Water Palace, Lake Front, for removal of 

Higgins, J. J., to refund him amount paid for improvement Cologne st., in- 
tersection of Fuller and Lock sts Fin. 

Hineks, James, permit to build brick cottage at 3821 Lowe av 

Hoisting Engineers' Association, permit for banner 

Holden, J. H., permit for banner 

Holton, A. M., permit for barber pole 162 Harrison st. 

Hood, A. B., permit to use sprinkling hose between 8 A. M. and 6 P. M 

Hooker, Auer & Co., lumber yard. Auburn Park, permit for 

Hopson, Jos., permit to raise building at 1200 Indiana av. 

Horst, Wm., to refund him $25.00 paid for peddler license Fin. 

Horton, Enghsh & Co., permit to erect building on Loomis St., near West 

Chicago Street Railway tracks, on order for 

House numbers, Diversey pi. (Lewis st.), from Wrightwood av. to Diversey 

St., to re-number 

Hull st, from Eugenie to Menominee sts., bet. Hudson and Cleveland avs 

change name to St. Michaels pi , 

Hunter David, permit to erect building at 1486 Madison st 

Hurley, D. S., refund him $24.00 account of license Fin 

Hurson Bros., West Lake St., 974, Branch of City Morgue I 



1012 



1432 
264 



2338 
1868 



303 
391 



977 



941 



486 



2360 



94 
2004 



2358 



1835 
739 



1315 



742 



2290 

1834 

390 

1015 

1069 

374 

982 

975 

1240 

115 

262 



487 
644 

497 
645 

2287 



263 

375 

1016 

755 

647 

307 
1437 

262 

303 

982 

1184 



7 5 
981 

2287 
577 
494 
202 
497 



2022 



1188 



544 



2022 



509 
544 



1189 



1868 



2338 

1868 



163 



857 
164 



309 



848 



805 



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Huyck, M. A., claim for personal injuries 

Hygeia Water Co., to replace pavements in sundry places in Second ward. . 

Hydrant cor. 43d st and Langley av., for new one 

Hydrant at 950 Rebecca st., to remve from driveway and replace 4 feet east 

Ida st, change name to Flournoy st 

Illinois Resturaunt Co., permit to make opening to basement 75 and 71 

Randolph st , 

Improvement- 
Asphalt pavements, certain requirements to be incorporated in specifi 

cations and ordinance for 

D. P. W. not to send in ordinances for paving, etc., until underground 

improvements are provided for Jud. 

For list of (not already ordered) that should be re-advertised during 1894, 

Ordinances for payment by special assessment 

Permitting use of sand stone instead of lime stone for curbs. . S. & A.W.D. 
Re-advertised for where contracts are not signed or let and where as- 
sessments have been made. (Rescinded 798) Jud. 

For report of by wards where assessments are confirmed, amount of 

and whether ready for contract 

By special assessment, ordinances shall provide for 

Water pipes and drains where sewers are not in and all improvements 
that can not be completed this year to withdraw from collection. 

See page 803 

Where contracts have not been signed or let xmder ord. of July 21, 1892, 

to re-advertise for jud, 

Alley from Ada st. to Sheldon St., bet. Carroll av. and Arbor pi 

Alley bet. Adams st. and Wilcox av., Oakley and Western avs., to proceed 

Alley from Albany av. to Francisco St., bet. Lake and Walnut sts 

Alley bet. Albany av., Kedzie av., Polk and Lextagton sts For repeal 

Alley from Albany av. to Sacramento av., bet. Walnut and Lake sts. 

For repeal 

AUey from Albany av. to Whipple St., from Colorado av. to Jackson st. 
' Resc. order for repealing ord 



AUey bet. Ashland blvd. and Paulina St., Lake st. and Park av J. 

AUey bet. Ashland av. and Paulina st.. North av. and Keenon st 

AUey bet. Austin av. and Indiana, Halsted and Green sts . Resc. stay order 

AUey bet. Austin av. and Indiana, Sangamon and Peoria sts 

AUey rear of Belden av., bet. Larrabee and Orchard sts 

AUey bet. Belden av. and FuUerton av., Racine and Clifton avs 

For repeal. 

Alley bet. Belden av. and FuUerton av. , Shefifield av. and Halsted st 

AUey bet. Belden av. and FuUerton av., ShefiSeld av. and Osgood St., for 
repeal , 

AUey bet. Belden av. and FuUerton av., Seminary av. and Osgood st., for 
repeal 

Alley in block 2, D. S. Lees' Add. (Warrant 13,199).. for repeal 

Alley in block 4, Walker & Armour's Add., for repeal 

AUey bet. Brlgham and Julian sts., Lincoln and PauUna sts., for repeal.. . 

AUey from CampbeU av. to RockweU St., bet. Flournoy st. and Lexing- 
ton av. ,for repeal 

AUey from CampbeU av. to RockweU st., bet. Lexington av. and Polk 
St., for repeal 

AUey bet. CarroU av., St. John pi., Union Park pi. and Arbor st 

AUey, Carter H. Harrison's Add. to Chicago, ord. of July 11, 1892, war- 
rant 17495., for repeal 

AUey, Carter H. Harrison's Add. to Chicago, for repeal 

AUey bet. Chicago av. and Clarinda St., from Ashland av. to Rumsey st. . 

AUey bet. Clay, Center, BisseU and Osgood sts 

AUey from CUnton to Jefferson sts., between MaxweU and Wilson sts. . . 

AUey bet. CUnton and Jefferson, Taylor and De Koven sts 

AUey bet. Colorado av. and Jackson blvd., Whipple st. and Albany av., 
for repeal 

Alley bet. Colorado av. and Madison St., Albany av. and Gross Terrace, 
for repeal 

AUey bet. Congress and Harrison sts., CampbeU av. and Union pi., for 
repeal 

AUey bet. Congress and Harrison sts., Hoyne av. and Leavitt st 

AUey from Congress to Harrison sts., bet. Michigan and Wabash avs 



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650 



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399 



303 



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1886 

1279 



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577 
898 

1476 



973 
302 



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1548 



720 

1667 
1566 



858 



646 
741 
490 



488 
307 

2013 
257 

2013 

2013 

1839 

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1838 
2017 
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257 
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492 

261 

1886 
712 
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ORD'KRS— Continued. 



Improvement— ' " 

Alley bet. Congress and Harrison sts.. Western and Campbell avs., for 
repeal 

Alley bet. Congress and Van Bur en sts., Francisco and Sacramento avs ! 

Alley (south) between Congress and Van Buren sts., Robey st. and Win- 
chester av 

Alley bet. Congress and Van Buren sts., Throop stand Center av." for 
repeal 

Alley first north of Congress st., bet. Winchester av. and Liiicoin st." for 
repeal 

Alley from Cottage Grove to Prairie avs., bet. 22d and ksd'sis.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Alley bet. Desplaines and Halsted, Mather and Polk sts., for repeal 

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Alley bet. Division and Jane sts., from Samuel to Wood sts 

Alley bet. Drexel blvd. and Ellis av., from 42d to 43d sts 

Alley first east of Drexel blvd., north from 44th st. by private contract 

Alley bet. 18th and 19th sts., Turner and Spaulding avs., Block 13, for re 
peal 

Alley from 18th to 21st sts., bet. Halsted and Johnson sts.,' for repeal .'."! 

Alley bet. Elk Grove av. and Girard St., North and Waubansia avs., for 
repeal 

Alley from El-k Grove av. to North av., bet. Lincoln and Girard sts 

Alley bet. Ellis av. and Drexel blvd., 42d and 43d sts., for repeal. . . . 

Alley bet. Evans and Langley avs,. from 4--'d to 43d sts 

Alley from Evanston av. west bet. Graceland av. and Edgecomb ct., for 
repeal ; 

Alley bet. 5th av. and Franklin St., Charles pi. aiid Congress si..".'. '. '. '. '. '. '. 

Alley bet. 15th and Rebecca sts.. California and Washtenaw avs., for 
repeal 

Alley from 42d st. to 43d St., bet. Evans and Langley avs!,' not to let con- 
tract for 

Alley bet. 43d and 44th sts., Langley and Evans avs 

Alley from 44th to 45th sts. bet. Langley and Champlain avs, for repeal. . 

Alley bet. 50th st. and Madison Park, Woodlawn and Madison avs, for 
repeal 

Alley from 51st st and north 609 ft. bet. State and Dearborn" sts "(Warrant 
15604), for repeal 

Alley from 54th st to alley north of Garfield blvd. ..'.'.'.'...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.."" 

Alley bet. Franklin and Market sts., Oak and Wendell sts, east alley 

Alley bet. Fullerton. Belden, Racine and Clifton avs 

Alley from Halsted st. to Dayton st., bet. North av. and Willow st 

AUey bet. Halsted st and Emerald av, 42d and 43d sts, permit to complete 
without disturbing barn cor. said alley and 42d st 

Alley east side Halsted st., from Liberty st. north to alley 

Alley bet. Halsted st. and Willow St., Burling st. and North av 

Alley bet. Haipson st. and Campbell av., Congress st and Cicero ot., for 
repeal 

Alley bet. Harrison st. and Congress st., Halsted and Despiaines'sts 
scmdmg stay order .^ 

Alley bet. Harrison st. and Flournoy st., C. & N. W. R. R. "and Wash- 
tenaw av, for repeal 

Alley bet. Harrison st., from Flournoy st. to Leavitt"s"t.'an"d'6akl"e'y "av 

Alley bet. Harrison st. and Gurley st., May and Aberdeen sts., for repeal 

Alley bet. Harrison st. and Hubbard ct., Michigan and Wabash avs., for 
repeal 

Allev from Hermitage to Ogden avs, in Block 3, Astiiand "addition". '.'.'.'.'.'. 

AUey from Hirsch to Lemoyne sts., bet. Dania and Campbell avs., for re- 
peal . 

Alley from Hoffman to Maplewood avs, bet Fullerton and Greenwood "avs 

Alley from Homan to Spaulding avs,, bet. Monroe and Adams sts., for 
I'epeal vetoed 

Alley bet . Huron st . and Erie st. , Lincoln and Robey sts.........'.'.'.'.'.'.' 

Alley bet. Hoyne av. and Leavitt st., Ohio st and Emerson av 

Alley bet. Indiana av. and Michigan av., 30th and 31st st. , for repeal. . . . 

Alley between Indiana av. and Michigan av., from 24th to 25th sts . for 
peal .• ' 

Alley bet. ,Irving and Oakley avs. from Polk st to 104*ft north of* Taylor 
St., for repeal 

Alley bet. Jackson st. and Colorado av., Whipple st. and Aibanv av "for 
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1069 

806 
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260 



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Improvement- 
Alley bet. Jackson st. and Van Buren st., Nassau st. and Sacramento av, 

for repeal 

Alley bet. Judd st. and Wilson st., Clinton and Canal sts 

Alley bet. Kedzie and Albany avs, Walnut and Lake sts., to pave east 

and Vilest alleys only and to abate assessments for others in the block. 
Alley bet. Kedzie av. and Troy st., Colorado av. and Jackson st., for 

repeal 

Alley bet. Lake st, Washington blvd., California av. and Clarkson ct., for 

repeal 

Alley bet. Lake st, Washington blvd., Sacramento and Albany avs., for 

repeal 

Alley bet. Langley and Champlain avs., 44th and 45th sts., for repeal 

Alley bet. Langley and Cottage Grove avs, 38th and 39th sts 

Alley bet. Langley and Cottage Grove avs., 38th and 39th sts., for repeal 

Alley bet. Langley av, east 1st, north of 39th st. to its east terminus 

Alley bet. Larrabee st. and Gault pi, from Hobbie to Elm sts., for repeal 

Alley bet. Leavitt st. and Oakley av, Austin av, and Ferdinand st 

Alley from Leavitt st. to Oakley av. and Washington blvd. and Warren av 
Alley bet. Lexington and Polk sts, California av. and Francisco St., for 

repeal 

Alley bet. Lincoln av.. Wisconsin and Sedgwick sts., for repeal 

Alley bet. Lytle and Throop sts, Taylor and 12th sts., for repeal 

. Alley bet. Madison and Monroe sts.. Western and Campbell avs., re- 
scinding stay order 

Alley bet. Madison and Monroe sts., from Western av. to east line of 963 

Monroe St., for repeal 

Alley bet. Madison st. and Ogden pi, Paulina and Wood sts 

Alley bet. Madison st. and Warren av, Albany and Kedzie avs., for repeal 

Alley bet. Maud, Clybourn and Sheffield avs 

Alley bet. May, Aberdeen, Polk and Gurley sts., for repeal , 

Alley bet. Michigan and Indiana avs., 3jth and 31st sts., for repeal, 

S. & A. S. D 

Alley first west of Michigan av, from 110th pi. to 111th st. by private 

contract 

Alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., Congress and Harrison sts 

Alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., Harrison st. and Hubbard ct 

Alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., from Peck to Eldridge ct. 

Alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., 80 feet south of Hubbard ct 

Alley bet. Morgan, Miller, Polk and Taylor sts.. for repeal 

Alley bet. Monroe and Adams sts., Homan and Spaulding avs., for repeal 
Alley bet. Monroe st. and Wilcox av., Rockwell st. and California av., 

for repeal 

Alley bet. Nassau st. and Sacramento av., Jackson and Harrison sts., for 

repeal 

Alley bet. 19th and 21st sts., bet. Spaulding and Turner avs., forrepeal. . 
Alley North of North av., bet. Leavitt and Shober sts. and north to 

Wabansia av 

Alley bet. North av. and Sedgwick, Eugenia and Franklin sts 

Alleys from Oak to Hills St., bet. Franklin and Market sts., for repeal 

Alleys bet. Oak and Whiting sts., LaSalle av. and Wells st., for repeal. . . 
Alleys bet. Oakley and Claremont avs,. Congress and Van Buren sts., for 

repeal 

Alleys bet. Oakley and Irving avs., Polk and Taylor sts 

Alleys bet. Osgood St., Sheffield, Belden and Fullerton avs 

Alleys bet. Paulina and Hermitage, Harrison and York sts., for repeal. . 

Alleys bet. Paulina, Lincoln, Wood and Ohio sts 

Alleys from Polk to Damon sts., bet. Sholto and May sts., for repeal 

Alleys bet. Polk and Harvard sts., Washtenaw and California avs., for 

repeal 

Alleys bet. Polk and Lexington sts., California and Sacramento avs., for 

repeal 

Alleys from Polk to Taylor sts., bet. Marshfield and Ashland avs 

Alleys from Polk to York sts., bet. Paulina st. and Hermitage avs., for 

repeal 

Alleys first west of Prairie av., from 24th to 26th sts., for repeal 

Alleys bet. Racine and Clifton, Fullerton and Webster aves 

Alleys bet. Racine and Seminary avs., from Belden to Fullerton avs 

Alleys from Robey st. to Hoyne av., bet. Chicago av. and Rice st., pro- 
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356 



261 

1838 

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496 

1889 
302 
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193 

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851 
851 
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1838 

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1898 

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1886 
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Alleys bet. Robey St. and Hoyne av., Ewing pi. and Lemoyne St., for 
repeal 

Alleys bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., Lemoyne and Fowler stsVf or repeai 

Alleys bet. Robey st. and Winchester av. and Polk st 

Alleys from Root st. to 4-M St., bet. Halsted st. and Emerald av., to 
proceed without disturbing building 

Alleys bet. Rockwell st. Washtenaw av., Jackson and Owasco sts. (War- 
rant 16595) rescinding stay order 

Alleys bet. Sacramento av. and Francisco, Polk and Lexington sts., for 
repeal 

Alleys from Samuel to Wood sts., between Jane and division sts!, for 
repeal 

Alleys bet. Samuel and Wood sts., Jane and Emily sts ....[....[. 

Alleys bet. Seminary, Sheffield, Belden and Fullerton avs 

Alleys bet. Sidney, Lake and Woodlawn avs., from 44th to 55th sts 

Alleys bet. Southport av. and High st., Webster and Fullerton avs 

Alleys bet. Spaulding and Turner avs., from 19th to 20th sts., for repeal. 

Alleys bet. State, Dearborn and 19th sts. and Archer av., for repeal 

Alleys west of Stony Island av., from Jackson Park Terrace to 65th 
Terrace 

Alleys 230 feet west of Stony Island av., from Jackson Park Terrace to V 
65th Terrace, forrepeal. f 

Alleys bet. 25th and 26th sts., Cottage Grove and Calumet avs., forre- 
peal 

Alleys bet. Taylor, Dekoven, Halsted and Desplaines sts.. . .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Alleys bet. Troy st. and Kedzie av., from Filmore to l-2th 

Alleys from Trumbull to Homanavs., bet. Colorado av. and Van Buren 
St., for repeal 

Alleys between 12th, Taylor, Brown and Morgan sts 

Alleys from 21st to 22d sts., bet. Halsted and Johnson sts., for repeal 

Alleys bet. 24th and 25th sts., Cottage Grove and Prairie avs., for repeal 

Alleys bet. 25th and 26th sts.. State st. and Wabash av., for repeal 

Alleys bet. 30th ct. and Bryant, Vincennes and Rhodes av., for repeal. . . . 

Alleys first south of 31st St., from Prairie av. on the east to alley on the 
west 

Alleys bet. 35th st., Bryant, Vincennes a^d Rhodes av., forrepeal! !!!!!!! 

.,•••• S. & A., S. D. 

Alleys bet. 35th and 36th sts., Rhodes and Vernon avs 

Alleys bet. Union and Emerald avs., from 43d to Lay ton sts., to proceed. 

Alleysbetween Van Buren and Congress sts., Campbell av. and Cicero 
ct., for repeal 

Alleys bet. Van Buren and Congress sts., Winchester av. and Lincoln st. 

Alleys bet. Van Buren and Scott sts., Homan and Spaulding avs. , to with- 
draw from collection 

Alleys bet. Vincennes av., Elmwood pi., 36th and 37th sts 

Alley bet. Wabash and Michigan avs., from Harmon ct. south to con- 
form to part of alley already improved 

Alley bet. Wabash and Michigan avs., Hubbard ct., south 80 feet, for 
repeal 

Alley bet. Wabash av. and State st., from 95 feet north of 12th st. ..!!!!! 

Alley east of Wabash av., from 21st to 22d sts 

Alley bet. Walnut and Fulton sts., from Kedzie to Homan avs 

Alley bet. Warren av. and Madison st., C. & N. W. R. R. and Cahfornia 
av 

Alley, all alleys bet. Washington blvd. and Lake St., Cahfornia and Clark- 
son avs 

Alley bet. W^ashington blvd. and Park av., from Pauhna st. east! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 

Alley bet. Washington blvd. and Park av., Leavitt st. and Oakley av. . . . 

Alley bet. Washington, Randolph, Canal and Clinton sts., to proceed 
with .' 

Alley bet. Washtenaw and California avs., bet. 15th and Rebecca sts 

Alley from Washtenaw to California avs., bet. 15th and Rebecca sts., re- 
scinding order of Nov. 20, 1893 

Alley bet. Washtenaw and California avs., Flournoy and Harrison sts., 
for repeal 

Alley bet. Washtenaw and California avs., Lexington and Flournoy sts. 
(2 orders), for repeal , . 

Alley bet. Webster and Belden, Racine and Clifton avs., for repeal ! 

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1885 

491 



193 

1888 
490 
257 
202 
257 
1016 
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116 

478 

1114 
649 
304 

93 

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800 

390 

1901 



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2290 



301 



1603 



492 

492 



496 

191 

1277 
851 
264 
260 

711 



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646 
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1182 



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1886 



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Alley bet. Webster, Belden and Racine avs. and Osgood st 

Alley from Webster to Belden avs., bet. Seminary and Clifton avs 
repeal 

Alley bet. Webster, Belden, and Seminary avs. and Osgood st 

Alley bet. Webster, Belden and Seminary avs. and Osgood St., for repeal 

Alley bet. Webster, FuUerton, Clifton and Seminary avs 

Alley bet. Western and Campbell avs., Adams st. and Jackson blvd., re- 
scinding stay order 

Alley bet. Western and Campbell avs., Taylor and Harvard sts., for repeal 

Alley bet. Winchester av., Robey Congress and Van Buren sts., for repeal 

Alley bet. Wood and Girard sts., Elk Grove and North avs 

Alley from Wood to Lincoln sts., bet. Polk and Taylor sts 

Alley from Wood to Lincoln sts., bet. Polk and Taylor sts., for repeal. . . 

Alley bet. Wrightwood av.. Dunning ct., Clark st. and Hampden ct. by 
private contract 

Alley bet. York and Polk sts.. Hermitage av. and Paulina st., for repeal. 

Aberdeen st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th st., 5-year plan 

Aberdeen st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th st., for repeal 

Aberdeen st, from 59th to 63d sts., for repeal 

Aberdeen st, from 59th st. to 63d st. (Warrant 16833), for repeal 

Aberdeen st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th St., for repeal 

Aberdeen st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th st. (5-year plan) 

Ada st, from 55th st. to 63d st 

Adams st, from Canal st. to Halsted st., for repeal 

Adams st, from Canal st. to Halsted st., granite blocks 

Adams st, from 40th st. to 46th st. (West), for repeal 

Addison av, from Lincoln av. to Ashland av 

Albany av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd.. 

Albany av, from 12th st. to Harrison st 

Albany av, from 22nd st. to 26th st 

Albany av, from 22nd st. to 26th st., for repeal 

Albert st, from 18th st. to 19th st 

Alice pi, from Powell av. to Western av., to proceed with 

Ann st, from Madison st. to Lake st 

Anthony av, from South Park av. to 70th st 

Archer av, from 39th st. to Kedzie av., to repair 

Ashland av, from Archer av. to I. and M. Canal 

Ashland av, from Lake st. to Fulton st 

Ashland av, from Lake st. to Indiana st 

Ashland av, from Lawrence av. to Webster av. . ; 

Atlantic st, from Garfield blvd. to 58th st, for repeal 

Atlantic st. from Garfield blvd. to 58th st 

Atlantic st, from 39th to Root sts 

Atlantic st, from 47th to 55th sts 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 57th sts., for repeal 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts., for repeal 

Augusta st, from Robey st. to California av 

Augusta st, from Western av. to Seymour st 

Avers av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av. , for repeal 

Avers av., Springfield av. and Ohio st., rescinding order for repeal ord 



W. R. R. by private contract. 

W. R. R. for repeal 

W. R. R., for repeal (vetoed). . 
W. R. R. for repeal 



Ballou st, from North to Armitage avs, to proceed with. 

Balmoral av^ from Ashland av. to Clark st 

Balmoral av, from E. Ravenswood pk. to Ashland av 

Bernice av, from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R. 
Bernice av, from Robey st. to C. & N. 
Bernice av, from Robey st. to C. & N. 
Bernice av, from Robey st. to C. & N. 
Bernice av, from Robey st. to C. & N. 
Better st, from May st. to Sholto st. 

Better st, from May st. to Sholto st., for repeal 

Bishop st, from 47th st. to 63d at 

Bishop st, from 51st st. to 55th st 

Bissell av, from 44th st. to 46th st 

Bissell av (or Wright st), permit to use wooden instead of stone curb. 

Bosworth av, from Roscoe blvd. to Grace st., to proceed with 

Bryn Mawr av, from Clark st. to Evanston av 

Burling st, from Wrightwood av. south 418 feet 

Butler st, bet. 121st and 123d sts 



258 

1884 

257 

2013 

258 



93 

1435 

1070 

392 

1903 



492 

483 

483 

483 

702 

20:6 

2006 

1283 

488 

573 

811 

147 

J017 

889 

494 

494 

645 



846 
1430 



19 2 

261 
1435 
201 
114 
114 
539 
1609 
569 



490 

1605 

491 



2206 

1661 

255 



1608 



2006 
709 
1553 
1283 
1609 
539 



492 



256 



259 



812 



742 
539 

895 



309 



2365 

352 

1914 



1609 
983 



986 



1622 



1622 



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Byron av, from California av. to Humboldt blvd 

Byron st, from Robey st. to C. & N. W. E. R., by private contract 

Byron st, from Robey st. to C & N. W. R. R., for repeal 

Byron st, from West Ravenswood Park to Lincoln av., by private contract 

California av, from Belmont av. to Humboldt blvd 

Calhoun pi, from Clark to Dearborn sts 

Calumet av, from 5ilst to 26th sts 

Calumet av, from 36th to 37th sts . , permit for by private contract 

Calumet av, from 43d to 51st sts., for report as to condition of (asphalt). 

Canal st, from Fulton to Kinzie sts., for repeal 

Canal st, from Fulton to Kinzie sts., railroad companies to improve 

R. R. 

Canal st, from Lake st. to north terminus 

Canal st, bet. 119th and 123d sts 

Carpenter st, from 50th to 51st sts 

Carpenter st, from 50th to 51st sts., for repeal 

Carpenter st, from 55th to 59th sts., for repeal 

Carpenter st, from 59th to 63rd sts., for repeal 

Carpenter st, from 59th to 63rd sts., for repeal, (Wan ant 57,362) 

Carpenter st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th St., for repeal 
Carpenter st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th st. 
Carpenter st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th st. 
Carpenter st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th st 

C ass st, from Michigan to Rush sts 

Cass st, bet. Michigan and Rush sts., rescinding stay order 

Central Park av, from North to Armitage avs., to proceed with 

Central Park av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd 
Central Park av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd. 

Champlain av, from 60th to 61st sts 

Chestnut st, fi'om La Salle av. (W. line), to E. line Block 22, Johnson R. 

& S. Add 

Chestnut st, from La Salle av. to west terminus, by private contract 

Chestnut st, from La Salle av. to west terminus, for repeal 

Chicago av, from the river to Milwaukee av 

Claremont av, from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av 

Clark St., from North av. to Center st 

Clement av, from South Park av. to 70th st 

Clement av, from South Park av. to 73d st., for repeal 

Clifton av, from Wellington to Roscoe sts., to push 

Cologne st, Chicago Gas Light & Coke Co. , to repair 

Cologne st, from Main st. to east line Lot one 

Colorado av, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av., order of June 

6, 1892, for repeal 



(5-year plan) . 

(5-year plan) . 

, for repeal... 



for repeal . 



Commercial st., from Lincoln av. to Addison st I 



Commercial st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs. 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs., all improvements, for 

repeal 

Commercial st, from Paulina st . to Terra Cotta 

Congress st, bet. Loomis st. and Ashland av., to relay asphalt at expense 

of contractors 

Congress st, from 5th av. to Franklin St., for repeal 

Congress st, from Loomis st. to Ashland blvd., to relay asphalt 

Conneaut av, from Hoffman av. to California av 

Cooke st, from 55th st. to 63d st 

Cottage Grove av, from 22d st. to 26th st 

Cottage Grove av, from 51st st to 52d St., E side— by private contract. . . 

Cottage Grove av, from 51st st. to 59th st . , E side 

Cottage Grove av, from 59th st. to 71st st 

Cross st, from Lyman st. to 31 st st 

Curtis st, fi'om Madison st. to Lake st 

Cypress st, from Kendall st. to Ogden av 

Damon st. from May st to Sholto st 

Damon st, from May st . to Sholto st . , for repeal 

Dayton st, from Rees st . to North av. , for repeal 

Dearborn st, from Jackson st to Polk st 

Dearborn st, from Monroe to Madison. 



2197 



197 



1840 



197 
498 
644 



1014 



806 

1914 

897 

1880 

1880 

483 

702 

483 

483 

2006 

2006 

148 



850 
1476 
2565 

113 



309 



309 



2019 
311 



1071 
539 
895 



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1551 
806 
1661 
1841 
1187 
1878 



1888 

578 
147 
1608 
705 
148 

1608 
1551 



1664 



1477 

1283 

644 



401 

1547 

90 

846 
393 
7(i9 
1553 
1884 
362 
498 



1551 



744 
715 



1015 



91 



540 



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Improvement— 

Dekoven st, from Canal st. to R. R. tracks 

Dexter av, from Stewart to Union avs., rescinding stay order and to 

proceed 

Dickens av, from California av. to Humboldt blvd .......". . . . . . .' . 

Diversey av, from Kedzie to Milwaukee avs 

Diversey av, from Kedzie av. to the river, to proceed with -j 

Division st, from the Chicago River to Milwaukee av., to proceed with 

confirmation of assessment 

Division st, from North branch of river to Ashland av 

Division st, from State st. to Lake Shore Drive 

Duncan Park, from Halsted st, to Stewart av 

E. Ravenswood Park, from North 59th st. to Claremont av 



Eighteenth st, from Western to Cahf ornia avs . 



Eighty-ninth st, from So. Chicago av. to So. Chicago Branch I. C. R. R. ■ 

Eighty-ninth st, from So. Chicago av. to So. Chicago Branch I. C. R. R 
for repeal 

Ellen st, from Lincoln st. to western terminus 

Ellis av, from 41st to 46th sts. 

Ellis av, from 71st st. to So. Chicago av '. 

Elizabeth st, from Randolph to Lake sts 

Elizabeth st, from Randolph to Lake sts., for repeal 

Elston av, from Division st. to North av., to proceed with confirmation 
of assessment 

Elston av, from Milwaukee av. to North av 

Elston av, from North av. to Armitage av 

Elston av, from Snow st. to Belmont av., rescuiding stay order 

Emerald av, bet. 118th and 119th sts 

Emerald av, bet. 121st and 123d sts 

Englewood av, bet. Stewart av. and Wright st., to repair 

Erie st, from Clark to State sts 

Erie st, from La Salle av. to State St., to proceed with .'.".'.".' 

Erie st, from La Salle av. to State st, for repeal 

Evans av, to hold in abeyance orders for repealing ordinance 

Evans av, from 63d to 67th sts '. 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts. (ashpalt) for repeal 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts 

Fair av, from 68th st. to 71st st 

Fairview av, from FuUerton av. to blvd., to repeal old and for new 
ord. — 5-year plan 

Fairview av, from Fullerton av. to Diversey st., to proceed 

Fairview av, from Fullerton av. north, to withhold contract 

Fairview av, from Fullerton av. north, for repeal 

Faye st, from Lincoln st. to C. & N. W. R. R -j 

Faye st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R., by private contract . 

Ferdinand st, from Armour st. to Noble st 

Ferdinand st, from Armour st. to Noble St., for repeal 

Ferdinand st, from Wood st. to Lincoln st 

Fifth av, from 119th st. to 123d st 

Fifteenth st, from State st. to Dearborn st. , for repeal 

Fiftieth st, from Cottage Grove av. to St. Lawrence av. (5 year plan). . . 

Fiftieth st, from Cottage Grove av. to St. Lawrence av., for repeal 

Fifty-first st, from Ashland av. to Wood st., an additional 8 feet 

Fifty -first st, from A.shland av. to Wood st. , rescinding stav order 

Fifty-second st, from Drexel st. to Cottage Grove av., to proceed with. . . 

Fifty-second st, from Morgan st. to Center av., for repeal \ 

Fifty-third st, from Drexel av. to East End av 

Fifty-third st, from State st. to South Park av^, to proceed with 

Fifty-fourth ct, from LTnion to Halsted sts . , by private contract 

Fifty-fourth st, from TTnion to Halsted sts., by private contract 

Fifty-fourth st, from Di'exel to Woodlawn avs 

Fifty-seventh st, from Center to Ashland avs, for repeal 

Fifty eighth st, from Stewart to Wentworth avs 

Fifth-eighth st, from Wenthw^orth av. railroad right of way in Stewart 
av., to repeal order of May 8, 1893 



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197 
2206 



1236 

652 

310 

1661 

1316 

2017 

479 

899 

899 
393 
115 

1847 
3' '3 

1069 



1236 
710 



1914 
1914 



nil 



353 



187 
1878 
1221 
252 

304 



253 

255 
983 



849 

1886 

980 

1914 

301 

253 

253 

1549 



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1909 
2360 



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1844 

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for repeal. S.&A.W.D. 
for repeal. 



Improvement — 

Fillmore st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av. 

Fillmore st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av. 

Floumoy st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av 
Floumoy st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av. 
Floumoy st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av 
Forest av, from FuUerton av. to boulevard, to repeal old and for new 

ord., 5-year plan 

Forest av, from Fullerton av. north, to withhold contract 

Forest av, from Fullerton av. north, for repeal 

Forest av, from Fullerton to Western avs, to proceed 

Fortieth st. (West), from Lake st. to Madison st 

Forty-first st, from Halsted st. to Stewart av ; 

Forty-second pi, from Vincennes av. to St. Lawrence av 

Forty-second pi, from Vincennes av. to St. Lawrence av., for repeal 

Forty-second st, bet. Wallace and Halsted sts., by private contract 

Forty-seventh st, from Cottage Grove av. to Drexel blvd 

Forty-seventh st, from Halsted to State sts 

Forty-eighth st, from Halsted to Wood sts 

Forty-eighth st, from St. Lawrence to Cottage Grove avs 

Forty-eighth st, from St. Lawrence to Cottage Grove avs., to proceed. . . 

Forty-eighth st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards Railroad.. 

Forty-ninth st, from Grand blvd. to Cottage Grove av., to proceed with. 

Forty-ninth st, from Wallace to Halsted sts 

Fourteenth st, from Wood st. to Irving av. , for repeal 

Francisco st, from Division st. to Chicago av S. & A., W. D. 

Frankfort st, from Westei'n to Oakley avs 

Franklin st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Franklin st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., for repeal 

Franklin st. from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., rescinding stay order. 

Franklin st, from Van Buren to Harrison sts 

Fulton st, from Canal to Halsted sts 

Fulton st, from Desplaines to Halsted sts., for repeal 

Giddings st, from Robey to Leavitt sts 

Gladys av, from W. 40th st. to W . 46th pi 

Gordon st, from Stewart to Wentworth avs : 

Gordon st, from Stewart to Wentworth avs., for repeal ; . 

Grace st, from Division to Vedder sts 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Clark st., for repeal 

Greenwich st, from Robey to Leavitt sts., to ixse earth instead of cinders 

for back filling 

Greenwood av, from Center to Everett sts 

Greenwood av, from Hoffman to California avs ] 

Greenwood av, from Western to Hoffman avs., to repeal old and for new 
ord., 5-year plan 

Grenshaw st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av 

Grenshaw st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., for repeal f 

S. & A., W. D. > 

Grenshaw st, fromiSpauldlng to Homan avs., rescinding stay oi'der 

Grove pi, from 64th to 65th sts., for repeal 

Hamlin av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Hamlin av, from Lake to Kinzie sts. 

Hamlin av, from Madison to Lake sts ; 

Hamlin av, from 16th st. to Ogden av., to repeal ord. of Sept. 19, 1892 

Hamlin av, from Ogden av. to 16th st., to repeal repealing ord. of July 
24, 1893 and revive ord. of September 19, 1892 



1183 
1838 
1940 
1183 

1940 

304 

353 



754 
310 
935 
935 



Hancock ay, from North to Armitage avs., to proceed with. 
Harrison st, from Hoyne to Western avs 



Harvard st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd- 



Harvard st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av. (ashpalt), to repeal. . 
Harvard st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., for repeal. S. & A., W 

Herndon st, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st 

Herndon st, from Lincoln av. to Wellington st 

Herndon st, from Wellington st. to Lincoln av., for repeal , 

High st (or Avenue "N"), from 106th to 114th sts 



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94 



1838 



1838 



1221 
254 
145 



896 



896 
1887 

981 
2291 
1484 
1842 



362 

306 
1111 

397 
1108 

310 
1881 

103 
1843 



1838 



258 



1605 



483 



814 
815 



400 



2:^23 



1433 
394 

1477 

304 
1183 
1886 
1940 



813 
1279 
1183 
1183 

575 

1476 



261 

803 

888 

1183 

1662 



1281 
255 
843 

1912 



648 



355 



539 

895 



1121 



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Hoffman av, from Milwaukee av. to Diversey st., to proceed 

Homan av, from Central Park blvd. to Chicago av 

Homer st. from Western to Washtenaw^ avs 

Houston av, from 87th to 89th sts 

Houston av, from 87th to 89th sts., for repeal 

Humboldt av, from Westeni to California avs -j 

Huron st, from Leavitt st. to Western av 

HojTie av, from Archer av. to 31st st., to refund money paid for War- 
rant 17395 

Hoyne av, from Archer av. to 34th St., rescinding stay order and to pro- 
ceed with , 

HojTie av, from Clybourn to Belmont avs. , to proceed 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe blvd. to Belmont av., for repeal 

Hoyne av, from 17th to 18th sts. , for repeal 

Hoyne av, from 17th to 18th sts., for repeal 

Hoyne av, from Washington st. to Jackson blvd., asphalt 

Illtnois st, bet. Pine and St. Clair sts. , to set curb to correspond with bal- 
ance of street 

Illinois st, east of St. Clair St., permit the Chicago Dock and Canal Co. to 
Improve 

Indiana av, from 12th to 13th sts S. & A., S. D. 

Indiana st, from Clark to St. Clau- sts 

Indiana st, from Clark to St. Clau' sts., to repeal old ord. and for new ord.. 
asphalt 

Indiana st, bet. Clark and St. Clair sts., rescinding stay order 

Indiana st, from Clark st. to lake shore 

Indiana st, from St. Clair st. to east terminus 

Institute pi, from WeUs st. to east terminus 

Intersection of Michigan and St. Clair sts 

Iowa st, from Lincoln to Robey sts 



Irving av, from Everett to Centre avs - 



and 



Irving Park blvd, from Jefferson av. to North Branch of river 

Irving Park blvd, from Lincoln to Jefferson avs 

Jackson st, from 40th to 46th sts . (West) 

Jan Huss av, from Hanison to Taylor sts 

Johns pi, from Halsted st. to Bmiington tracks, for repeal 

Justine st, from 55th to o3d sts 

Kedzie av, from 22d to 26th sts., to cancel aU existing contracts 

readvertise for 

Kedzie av, from 22d to 26th sts., to withdraw judgment in re 

Kedzie av, from 26th st. to Chicago Eiver, for repeal, vetoed S. & A., 

W. D 

Keef e st, from Rhodes to Anthony avs 

Keef e av, from Rhodes to Clement avs 

Keefe av, from Rhodes to Clement avs., for repeal 

Keeney av, from North to Humboldt avs 

Kenmore av, from Lawi-ence av. to Montrose blvd 



Kimball av, from North to Armitage avs., to proceed with - 

Kimbark av, from 51st to 52d sts 

Kingsbury st, from from Erie to Illinois sts. , for repeal 

Laflm st, from 47th to 49th sts.. rescinding stay order (warrant 17001) — 

Laflin st, from 47th to 63d sts.. for repeal 

Lake st, from Homan av. to 40th st 

Langley av, from 63d to 67th sts 

Langley av, from 63d to 69th sts 

La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st. (wooden block). .S. & A., N.D. 
La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st. (asphalt), for repeal. S.& A., N.D. 
La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Division st 



La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Division st.^ coiTecting error in ap 
proval of estunate. January 8, 1894 

La Salle av, from Division to Clark sts 

La Salle av, from Division to Clark sts., correcting error in approval of 
estimate, Jamiary 8, 1894 

La Salle st, from Monroe to Madison sts 

Laughton st, rescinding stay order 

Laughton st, from Hoyne to California avs., to proceed with 



534 



2016 



143 
1431 
354 

890 
354 



1906 

1836 

1&37 

574 



148 

487 



1623 



103 
103 



2112 

708 

113 

198 

537 

131u 

14;33 

1433 

1310 

811 

888 

ias6 

1^83 



938 



847 



941' 

1476 

894 



572 
2112 



1071 



801 
940 



1603 
1430 

1187J 

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146 

744 



144 

652 



539 



1941 



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1283 

889 

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1184 



498 



190.1 



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391 



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Laughton st, from Western to California avs., to withdraw judgment 
in re , 



Laurel av, from Fullerton av. to Diversey st \ 

Lawndale av, from 31st st. to West Branch of the river, for repeal. . . . . . 

Layton st, from Halsted st. to Union av., without waiting for water 

mains 

Leavitt st, from Archer to Bross avs y.. 

Leavitt st, from Clybourn to Belmont avs 

Leavitt st, from North to Wabansia avs., to proceed 

Leavitt st, from North to Wabansia avs 

Leland av, from Pemberton st. to Sheridan rd 



Lexington st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd. 



Lexington st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd., for repeal 

^ ; • • • V S. «& A. W. D. 

Lexmgton av, from 60th to 61st sts., for repeal 

Lincoln av, from Montrose blvd. to Church rd 

Lincoln st, from 35th to 38th sts 

Linden av, from Humboldt blvd. to Elston av ...,,,. 

Logan st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards Railroad 

Loomis st, from Madison to Van Buren sts., to proceed with 

Loomis st, from Madison to Van Buren sts. (front of Jefferson Park), 

to proceed with 

Loomis st, from Madison to Van Buren sts., rescinding stay order' July 

24, 1893 

Loomis st, from 47th st. to Garfield blvd., sundry improvements, rescind- 
ing stay order 

Loomis st, from 47th st. to Garfield blvd* (cedar block) 

Loomis st, from 47th st. to Garfield blvd. (macadam), for repeal 

Loomis st, from 47th st. to Garfield blvd., rescinding the order of May 

29, for repeal ord. and for new ord 

Loomis st, from 47th to 63d sts., for repeal S. & A , S D 

Loomis st, from 55th to 6.3d sts 

Lowe av, bet. Diana and 123d sts 

Lubeck st. from Robey st. to Western av., rescinding stay order and to 

proceed 

Lunt av, from Ridge av. to Lake Michigan, to proceed in confirmation 

of assessment 

Madison st, from Colorado av., bet. Gross terrace and Sacramento av., 

for repeal , 

Main st, from Archer av. to South Branch of River 

Maple st, from Halsted st. to Union av., to push the improvement 

Maple wood av, from Fullerton to Diversey avs., to repeal old and for 

new ord., 5-year plan 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton to Diversey avs., to proceed 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton av. north, to withhold contract 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton av. north, for repeal 

Marianna st, from Lincoln to Southport avs., for repeal 



1838 



394 

1477 

262 



850 
147 



940 



703 



1605 
255 
803 
888 

1183 



702 



657 
1185 
1663 
1014 

896 



350 
350 



1283 
1914 



193 

89 



Market st, from Randolph to Madison sts 

Market st, from 7an Buren st. to south terminus 

Marshfield av, from 59th to 61st sts., for repeal , 

Mattison st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards 

Matteson st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards tracks, for repeal] 

May st, from Madison to Lake sts , . 

Mead st, from North to Armitage avs., to proceed ..\ 



Melrose st, from Racine av. to Robey st., to proceed at once 

Millard av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd 

Milton av, from Oak to Division sts., rescinding order of July 6, 1892, and 

to advertise for 

Milwaukee av, from Canal st. to Chicago av 

Milwaukee av, from Lake st. to Chicago av., 5 year plan 

Milwaukee av, from Lake st. to Chicago av., for repeal 

Monroe st, from 40th to 46th sts., rescmding stay order September 25th. 
Montana st, from Racine av. to Surry ct 



304 



1553 



261 

1077 

802 

254 



701 



1605 
1843 



1108 



3.53 
255 
653 
534 
362 
145 
896 
400 
1844 
846 



1605 

258 



850 



306 
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2112 



895 



539 
895 
744 



894 



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Moore st, from Wood st. to Douglas Park blvd., rescinding order to let 

contract 

Moore st, from Wood st. to Panhandle R. R., rescinding stay order 

Morgan st, bet. Lake and Van Buren sts \ 



Mozart st, from Armitage to Palmer avs 

Myrtle av, from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd., for repeal 

Myrtle av, from Milv^aukee av. to Diversey st 



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Myrtle av, from Milwaukee av. to Diversey st., for repeal 

Nelson st, rescinding stay order of March 6, 1893, Warrant 17310 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Racine 

Ninety-first st, from I. C. R. R. to South Park av., for repeal 

Ninety-third st, from Harbor to South Chicago avs., for repeal 

Noble av, from Ashland av. to Wood st 

Norman av , S. & A., W. D. 

North av, from North Branch of river to Milwaukee av 

North Fifty-ninth st, from Clark to Robey sts 

North Water and Pine sts., permit to J. S. Kirk & Co 

Ogden av, from Crawford av. to 42d st., for repeal 

Ogden av, from 22d to 42d sts., for repeal 

Ogden av, from 22d to 46th sts., for repeal 

Ohio st, from Avers to Springfield avs., for repeal 

Ohio st, from Kedzie to Avers avs 

Ohio st, from Kedzie av. to 40th st., rescinding order of April 10, 1893. . . 

One Hundred and Nineteenth st, from Michigan av. to Halsted st 

One Hundred and Nineteenth st, from Michigan av. to Halsted st., for re- 



peal. 



One Hundred and Twenty-second st, from Wentworth av. to Halsted st . . 

Page st, from 59th to 61st sts., for repeal *. 

Palmer av, from California av. to Humboldt blvd 

Park av, from Everet to Centre avs 

Park av, from Everet to Centre avs 

Park av, from Rockwell to Fall sts., railroads to pave or plank 

Parmelee st, from Hoyne to Western avs., for repeal 

Parnell (Jefferson) st, bet. 119th to 120th sts 

Parnell (Jefferson) st, bet. 121st to 123d sts 

Paulina st, from 59th to 61st sts., for repeal 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Addison avs \ 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Gi'aceland avs. (all improvements), for re- 



peal. 



Paulina st, from Webster av. to N. 59th st 

Paxton av, from 71st to 75th sts . , for repeal 

Pearl st, from Webster to Garfield avs -| 

Peau av, from Maud av. to Osgood st 

Peoria st, from 59th to 63d sts., to repeal old brd. and for new ord., 5 

year plan.. . — 

Peoria st, from 59th to 63d sts., for repeal 

Perry ay., for repeal 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs '. 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs., for repeal. .S. & A., W. D, 

Perry av, from Fullerton av. to Montana st 

Perry st, from Lincoln av. to Wellington st. , for repeal 

Peterson st. from Robey st. to Hoyne av., to proceed 

Poe av., see Peau , 



Polk st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd . 



Polk st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., asphalt, for repeal 

Polk st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., for repeal. .S. «fe A., W. D. 

Poplar av, from Archer av. to 29th st 

Portland av, from 119th to 123d sts 

Prairie av, from 22d to 25th sts., re-surface 

Prindiville st, from Milwaukee av. to Stave St., for repeal 

Quincy st, from Franklin to Mai*ket sts 



490 



709 
846 
197 
159 
394 
1477 
159 



308 
478 
657 
147 



1236 
2122 



811 

15.50 

896 

491 

1279 



1915 

1430 
1914 
145 
197 
1310 
1433 



648 



1838 



1069 

1914 

1914 

145 

147 

1608 

705 

148 

1608 
2122 
656 
158 
353 
982 

350 

482 

1351 

1434 



148 
571 



803 

888 

1183 

1662 



850 

1914 

643 

488 
498 



646 
391 



539 



1041 



159 



723 



848 



1014 



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Eacine av, from Belmont av. to Clark St., not to repeal S. & A. N 

Racine av, from C, M. & St. P. R. R. to Clark st., for repeal 

Randolph st., from Desplaines to Ann sts 

Randolph st, from Halsted to Ann sts 

Randolph st, from Halsted to Ann sts., for repeal 

Rascher av, from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av 

Rebecca st, from Rockwell st. east 429 feet, for repeal 

Rebecca st, from Rockwell st. to Panhandle Railroad 

Rebecca st, from Rockwell st. to Western av.. to proceed 

Rhodes av, from 70th to 73d sts 

Rhodes av, from 70th to 73d sts., for repeal 

Rhodes av, from 67th st. to Keefe av : \ 

Robey st, from Blue Island av. to Chicago River 

Roscoe st, from Racine to Shefifield avs., to push 

Rosenmerkle st, from Wallace to Wright sts 

Rumsey st, from Indiana to Ohio sts S. & A., W. D. 

St. Charles av, from Everett to Centre avs 

St. Charles av, from Center to Everett sts 

St. Elmo st, from Lincoln av. to Wood st 

St. Elmo st, from Lincoln av. to Wood st., for repeal 

St. Lawrence av, from 41st to 42d sts., to proceed with 

St. Lawrence av, from 63d to 73d sts 

St. Lawrence av, from 63d to 73d sts., for repeal 

St. Louis av, from Madison st. to Colorado av., for repeal 

St. Louis av, from Madison st. to Colorado av i 

School st, from Lincoln av. to Clark st , 

School st, from 39th to Root sts , 

Selwyn av, from Everett to Centre avs 

Selwyn av, from Center to Everett sts 

Seminary av, from Diversey av. to Wellington st 

Seminary av, from Maud av. to Center st 

Seminary av, from Roscoe st. to Newport av 

Seminary av, from Roscoe st. to Newport av., to proceed with 

Seventeenth st, from Hoyne av. to Robey st 

Seventeenth st, from Hoyne av. to Robey st., for repeal -I 

Seventieth ct, from Cottage Grove to South Chicago avs 

Seventieth ct, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., for repeal 

Seventieth ct, from Webster av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., for repeal 

Seventieth st, from C, R. I. & P. R, R. to Halsted street, to proceed 

with 

Seventieth st, from Indiana av. to State st 

Seventieth st, from Perry to Vincennes avs 

Seventieth st, from South Park av. to P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 

Seventieth st, from South Park av. to P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., for repeal . . 

Seventieth st, from State st. to Indiana av., for repeal 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av, to C, R. I. & P. R. R 

Seventy-first st, from Stewart av. to Wallace st., to proceed with 

Seventy-second st, from Cottage Grove to S. Park avs 

Seventy-second st, from Cottage Grove to S. Park avs., for repeal 

Seventy-third st, from Cottage Grove to S. Chicago av 

Seventy-third st, from Cottage Grove to S. Park avs., for repeal 

Seventy-fifth st, bet. Vincennes and Stewart avs., to proceed with 

Seventy-sixth st, from Stewart av. to Vincennes rd., to proceed with 

Seventy-ninth st, from Halsted st. to Western av 

Seventy-ninth st, from Halsted st. to Western av., for repeal 

Shakespeare av, from California av. to Humboldt blvd 

Shef&eld av, from Weed st. to North av 

Sheffield av, from Weed st. to North av., for repeal 

Sheldon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st 

Sheldon st, from Madison to . Washington sts 

Sheldon st, from Madison to Washington sts., ashpalt, for repeal 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Armitage av 

Sherman st, from Harrison to Polk sts 

Sherman st, from 39th to 43d sts i 

Shields av, from 43d to 45th sts., for repeal ~. 



392 



653 

1236 

649 

iin 

1661 
1903 
1113 



1878 
1187 
1430 
2220 



812 



1310 

1433 

937 

2122 



1187 

1878 

93 

354 

848 

809 

539 

1310 

1483 

255 

982 

708 



262 

801 

888 

1221 

1878 

1659 



i221 

350 

1221 

1878 

2358 

145 



1221 

1878 
1221 
1878 



202 

987 

197 

257 

1884 

1433 

1112 

1182 

704 

1240 

201 

539 

1881 



1837 
1220 



744 



400 



1661 



254 



254 



986 
898 



751 



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Short st, from C. & A 



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R. to Hickory st j 

Sixtieth st, from Ashland av. to Wood st., for repeal 

Sixtieth st, bet. Carpenter st. and Centre av 

Sixtieth st, from Cottage Grove to Woodlawn avs., to repair 

Sixtieth st, from State st. to South Park av 

Sixtieth st, from State st. to South Park av., for repeal 

Sixty-second st, from Stony Island av. to I. C. R. R., for repeal 

Sixty-third pi, from I. C. R. R. to Grace av 

Sixty -third st, from Ashland to Pittsfield av., for repeal 

Sixty -third st, from State st. to Cottage Grove av., not to apply for judg- 
ment in re 

Sixty-third st, from Stewart to Wentworth avs 

Sixty-third st, from Wentworth av. to C. , R. I . & P. R. R 

Sixty- third st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs., for repeal 

Sixty-fourth st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs 

Sixty-fourth st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., for repeal 

Sixty-fourth st, from Groves pi. to State st. , for repeal 

Sixty -fifth st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs 

Sixty -fifth st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., for repeal 

Sixty -fifth st, from State st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., for repeal 

Sixty-sevenrh st, from Stony Island to South Park avs 

Sixty-seventh st. from Stony Island to South Park avs., for repeal 

Sixty-eighth st, from Cottage Grove to Rhodes avs 

Sixty-eighth st, from Cottage Grove to Rhodes avs., for repeal 

Sixty-eighth st, from Indiana av. to State st 

Sixty-ninth st, from Clement to South Park avs 

Sixty-ninth st, from Clement to South Park avs., for repeal 

Sixty-ninth st, from Cottage Grove to South Chicago avs 

Sixty-ninth st, from Cottage Grove to South Chicago avs., for repeal 

Sixty-ninth st, from South Park to Anthony avs 

South Chicago av, from South Park av. to 75th st 

South Normal Parkway, from Wright st. to C, R. I. «fe P. R. R., to pro- 
ceed with 

South Park av, from 87th to 91st sts., for repeal 

South Park av, from 60th to 71st sts 

South Park av, from 22d to 26th sts 

South Park av, from 22d to 29th sts 

South Park av, from 22d to 29th sts., for repeal 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd., underground work 

Spaulding av, from 22d to 24th sts., vetoed, for repeal 

Springer av, from Laurel to Ulman sts., to proceed with 

Springer av, from Laurel st. to Waterville 

Springfield av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., for repeal 

Starr st, from Sedgwick st. to N. Park av 

State st, from 26th to 39th sts 

State st, from 68th to 71st sts 

Station st, (warrant 14815), for repeal 

Stave st, from Armitage to California avs 

Stone st, from Goethe to Banks sts 



Stone st, from Goethe to Banks sts., for repeal ] 

Stone st, from Scott to Goethe sts 

Streets bet. Stony Island av. and I. C. R. R., 71st and 73d sts., sewer con- 
tracts to replace macadam 

Sundry sts. in Fifteenth Ward, to hasten the improvement of 

Svmdry sts. in Fifteenth Ward, to push confirmation of assessments for. 

Sundry sts, Green, Peoria, Sangamon, 67th and 69th sts. (cedar blocks, 5 
year plan) 

Sundry sts. in Twenty-seventh Ward, rescinding order for, of Dec. 22d, 
1893 

Surry ct, from Fulllerton av. to Dunning st 

Swan st, from Stewart av. to C. R. I. & P. R. R 

Swan st, from Wentworth av. to west terminus, for repeal 

System of streets in Calumet Heights (Jeffrey av., etc.), for repeal 

System of streets in Fifteenth ward, for repeal 

System of streets bet. 69th and 71st sts., Woodlawn av, and I. C. R. R 
to proceed with 



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192 
145 



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1847 
145 



482 

540 

1880 

1221 

1878 

813 

1221 

1878 

1880 

990 

990 

1221 

1878 

1221 

1187 

1878 

1221 

1878 

1430 

1547 



842 
251 



479 



2124 

1187 
644 

2559 
497 
849 



1903 



145 



1068 

491 

1661 



350 

84' 

48i 

1148 

1884 

2210 

708 



2362 



895 
310 

1881 

1548 

648 



2290 
391 



2565 

742 
1070 



1951 



514 



1433 



1611 



1951 



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Improvement- 
System of streets in Thirtieth ward 

Terra Cotta st, from Clybourn av. to Commercial st. 
Thirty -second st, from Halsted to Auburn sts 



for repeal . 



Thirty-second st, from Halsted to Laurel sts -| 

Thirty-fourth st, from Halsted st. to Union av 

Thirty-fifth st, from South Park to Cottage Grove avs 

Thirty-fifth st, from east line of Lake av. to east line of Cottage Grove av 
Thirty-fifth st, from east line of South Park av. to west line of Cottage 

Grove av 

Thirty-sixth st, from Halsted to Butler sts ], '. 

Thirty-sixth st, from State st. to Armour av 

Thirty-seventh pi, on Lot 4, Block 3. Ellis' West Addition, by private 

contract 

Thirty-eighth st, from Halsted to Laurel sts 

Thomas st, from Wood st. to Hoyne av 

Throop st, from 55th to 63d sts 

Throop st, from 21st to 22d sts 

Town ct, from North av. to south terminus, to proceed with 

Tracy av, from 43d to 45th sts 

Troy st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Troy st, from 23d to 26th sts., 5-vear plan 

Troy st, from 22d to 26th sts., for repeal 

Troy st, from 22d to 26th sts., for repeal 

Trumbull av, bet. Kinzie st. and Chicago av., for repeal 

Trumbull av, from Douglas Park blvd. to 26th st 

Turner av, from 22d to 24th sts., for repeal Vetoed 

Twelfth st, from Michigan av. to Dearborn st 

Twentieth st, from State to Clark sts., for repeal 

Twenty-first st, from John st. to Centre av., for repeal S. & A., W. D 

Twenty-first st, from Clifton Park to Crawford avs., for repeal 

Twenty-first st, from Pan Handle Kailroad to the boulevard 

Twenty-first st, from Johnson st. to Centre av., for repeal 

Twenty-third st, from St. Louis to Central Park avs., for repeal 

Twenty-sixth st, from Hamlin to Crawford avs., for repeal 

Twenty-sixth st, from Hamlin to Crawford avs., rescinding stay order. . 

Twenty -sixth st, from Lawndale to Hamlin avs., to repeal 

Twenty-sixth ward, where contracts are let, to proceed with 

Twenty-ninth ward, where contracts were let, in 1892, to proceed with. . 

Union av, from 59th to 61st sts 

Union av, from 60th to Gunn sts., for repeal 

Utica st, from 12th to Fillmore sts 

Van Buren st, from Homan to Central Park avs., for repeal 

Van Buren st, from Kedzie to Central Park avs., rescinding stay order. . 

Van Buren st, from Wabash to Michigan avs 

Vernon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st 

Vernon av, from 69th to 73d sts 

Vernon av, from 69th to 73d sts., for repeal 



1555 

716 
715 
974 



160 

574 

1283 

1603 



261 



539 

491 
575 
575 
714 
979 
2110 
1903 
797 
534 

'262 
355 



Vincennes av, from Clement av. to 73d st, for repeal. 



Vincennes av, from 41st to 4.5th sts., for repeal 

Vincennes av, from 63d st. to S. Chicago av 

Vincennes av, from 63d st. to S. Chicago av., for repeal 

Vincennes av, from 35th to 36th st., to repeal ord. for asphalt and for 

new ord. for granite top dressing 

Wabash av, from 77th to 73d sts 



Waldo pi, from Desplaines to Halsteds ts., for repeal 

Wallace (Desplaines) st, bet. Diana and 123d sts 

Wallace st, from 47th to 49th sts 

Wallace st, bet. Humboldt blvd. and Belmont av., for repeal 

Ward st, from Clybourn av. to Fullertonav 

Ward av, from 35th to 36th sts 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollack sts., resurface 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollack sts., rescinding stay order of Sept. 11 . 
Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollock sts., crushed granite. S. & A., W. D. 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollock sts., sheet asphalt, for repeal 

„, S. & A., W. D. 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollack sts 



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936 

1'835 
715 

1017 

1017 



974 



191 



198 



1951 



1951 



723 



90 



1836 

'809 
483 



1010 

1010 

646 

160 



1662 



498 
1433 

1187 

1878 
1187 
1878 
898 
1187 
1878 



1221 
846 

1236 

1914 
896 
159 
103 

1480 
393 



1069 
1069 



978 



1351 



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Improvement — 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollock sts., for repeal 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollock sts., vetoed, for repeal 

Washburne av, from Lincoln to Robey sts 

Washburne av, bet. Washtenaw and California avs., to proceed 

S. &. A. W. D. 

Washburne av, from Washtenaw to California avs., to proceed with — 
Washburne av, bet. California and Washtenaw avs., to proceed with — 

Washington av, from Centre av. to Everett st 

Washington av, from Everett st. to Centre av 

Webster av, from Clark to Eobey sts 

Wendell av, from 83d st. to B. & O. R. E. tracks, rescinding stay order 

of May 15, 1893 

Wendell av, from 83d st. to B. & O. R. R. tracks, all improvements, for 

repeal 

Western av. from Belmont av. to Roscoe blvd 

Wilmot av, from Robey st. to Hoyne av., to proceed 

Wilson av, from Robey to Leavitt sts 

Winter (Union av.) st, from 71st to 73d sts 

Wolcott st, from Webster av. to N. 59th st 

Wood st, from 59th to 61st sts . , for repeal 



Woodside av, from Addison st. to Lincoln av 

Woodside av, bet. Lincoln and Graceland avs., for repeal 

Wright st, from E . Ravenswood Park to Ashland av 

Wright (Bissell st.) st, from 39th to 43d sts. 

Interest on City Deposits, in re. settlement with City Treasurer 

International Sunday School Association, permit for building near World's 

Fair entrance 

Irish Volunteers Society, permit for banners 

Irving Park, appropriation of $200 for maintainance of, to be used for repairs 

of the Artesian well. 



Jaeschke, Paul, permit to erect bay windows at 72 Center st ■{ vetoed 



Jaxon, Honore J., claim for extra work 

Jaxon, Honore J., claim for extra pay Fin. 

Jaxon, Honore J,, claim for extra work 

Jaxon, Hono7"e J., claim for extra work 

Jenks, P. A., permit to extend window front S. & A., S . D . 

John M. Palmer Club, for banner 

Johnson H. E., to refund him $27.00 fine Fin. 

Johnson, Jacob, to refund him amount paid on Warrant 16546, improving of 

Oak pi Fin. 

Johnson, Mrs., permit to repair building at 2504-6 Dearborn st.. 

Johnson, Wm. , permit to erect bridge gate 

Karnotz, Mrs. F., to refund her $8.91 Fin. 

Kanter & Son, permit to erect entrance to building at Canal and Maxwell sts 

Kelly, Rev. E. D., permit for banners 

Kendt, Chas., permit for area entrance at 1098 Leavitt st 

Kennedy, John, for refund of fine 

Keyser, W. H., permit for banners across Clark st., bet. Monroe and Adams 



2290 



1016 



1433 
1310 
2122 



1247 



1901 



801 

844 



1014 



sts 



Keystone Lumber Co., permit to erect frame building on Robey st., near 
Blue Island av F. & W. 

Kimball, W. W. & Co., permit for shed near Whipple and 27th sts 

Kirk, J. S. & Co., permit to improve N. Water st., adjacent to their property 

Klein Bros., permit for banner 

Knights of St. Patrick, permit for banner 

Koester, Chas., permit to erect lamp, front of 173 Clark st 

Koeppe, A. F., permit to erect lamp, front of 239 Randolph st 

Kohl, Jos., permit for barber pole 

Kohl & Middleton, permit for electric lamp, 150 Clark st. 

Korssell, C. F. P., permit for electric light plant at 73d st. and Jefferson av . . 

Kowalski, Chas., claim for personal injuries 

Kraemer, Mrs. A., claim for personal injuries 

Krell, John, permit to erect brick cottage 761 Lincoln st 

Kummer, J. M., to refund him $118.80 for improvement of Monroe st., War- 
rant 14944 

Kvitok, Chas., permit for druggist sign at 612 Throop st., vetoed 



575 



713 



841 
1882 



1350 
311 

2122 
145 
145 
843 

1479 

1661 
201 



851 



1112 



698 



1014 



328 

50 
2006 

744 
1184 



1236 
1245 



1436 
1942 
2019 
1903 

1077 



301 



•■'62 

709 

S55 

1330 

578 



2338 



2338 



1121 



1194 



902 



1194 



124^ 



162 



1041 
1278 
488 
264 
362 
1240. 
534 
478 
374 
754 
495 



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C^iion^YS fV^toed.'.F.&W 

Labron, Henry, peraiit to construct bay window at Morgan and Ohio sts 

Laflin, Math., memorial in Lincoln Park, for permit to erect museum build- 
ing, etc 

Lake Front, in re. disposition and improvement of, Law Dept., to report in re 
Lake Front, the city's rights, status of. Law Dept. and D. P. W. to investi- 
gate and report in re., also as to encroachments by railways and others 

■Lakeside Restaurant, permit for decorated lamp at Adams and Clark sts 

Lake st., from Paulina st. to Homan av., to have cleaned 

Lake View Water Works, to run pumps to fullest capacity. 

La Morris, Albert, permit to erect platform on Clinton st.. bet. Madison 

and Monroe sts , 

Lamps — 

Abbott ct, north of Diversey St., to put in service 

Albany av, from 22d to 26th sts., to put in service ] 

Anthony av, bet. Stony Island and Cornell avs., to light them 

Ashland av, from N. 59th st. to Balmoral av., to put in service 

Balmoral av, from Clark st. to E. Ravenswood Park, to put in service. . . 

Barclay st, between Division st. and Chicago av., to put gas lamps in 
service 

Bosworth av, from Roscoe to Grace sts., to put in service 

Byron st, from C. & N. W. R. R. to Lincoln av., to put in service 

Byron st, (Twenty-sixth Ward), to put in service 

California av, from FuUerton av. to Humboldt blvd. (gas lamps), for re- 
peal 

California av, from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd. (gasoline) 

Central Park av, bet. Division st. and North av. (gasoline) 

Champlain av, from Archer av. to 37th st. (gasoline) 

Cham plain av, from 49th to 50th sts., to put in service 

Congress st, from Kedzie to Homan avs., to put in service 

Cornell av, from Anthony av. to 82d st., to light them 

Crawford av, from Everett st. to Milwaukee av 

Dobson av, from 71 st st. to South Chicago av., to put in service 

Dresden av, from Belmont to Centre avs . , gasoline 

Drexel av, from 53d to 55th sts., to put in service 

Drexel av, from 71st st. to South Chicago av. , to put in service 

East Ravenswood Park, from N. 59th st. to Balmoral av., to put in serv- 
ice 

Eggleston av, bet. 69th and 71st sts. , to light them 

E^gleston av, bet. 74th and 75th sts 

Eighteenth st, gas lamps, to put in service 

Eighty-second st, from Stony Island to Cornell avs., to put in service. . . 

Ellis av, from 71st st. to South Chicago av. , to put in service 

Emerald av, from 67th to 69th sts . , to put in service 

Emerald av, from 71st to 73d sts . , for boulevard globes 

Evangelical Lutheran Church, Dreyer and 51st sts 

Everett av, from 55th to 56th sts . , to put in service 

Evergreen av, from Rockwell st . to California av 

Ewing pi, bet . Robey and Leavitt sts . , boulevard lamps 

Fay st, Twenty-sixth ward, to put in service — 

Fifty-sixth st, bet. Halsted and Peoria sts., to put in service 

Fifty-eighth st, from Stewart av. to Wallace st., for boulevard heads. . . 

Forty-first st, east of Lake av . , to put in service 

Forty-eighth st, (West) bet. Wabansia and Grand avs 

Forty-ninth st, from Ashland av. to Dreyer st., to put in service 

Francisco st, bet. Division st. and Chicago av., to put gas lamps in service 

Garfield blvd., from Halsted to Morgan sts., to put in service 

George st., from Southport av. to Perry st 

Graceland av. Twenty-sixth ward, to put in service 

Grant pi, bet. 69th and 70th st., to put in service 

Greenwood av, from 71 st st. to South Chicago av., to put in service 

Grenshaw st, from Kedzie to Spaulding avs., blvd. lamps. G., O. & E. L. 

Gross st, bet . School and Paulina sts . , to erect and light at once 

Hamlin av, bet. Ogden av. , and 16th st . , to put in service , 

Harding st, cor. Prescott st 

Harding st, one block east of Syracuse st 

Harrison st, bet Central Park and Crawford avs. , to light them 



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1510 



2561 



1071 



1072 



1880 



654 



1485 



537 

844 
1668 

2288 
498 
537 
652 

538 

1109 
1182 
2290 
1074 
811 
810 

2016 

811 
811 

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1237 
981 

1239 
312 
355 

1074 



1220 
985 
349 

1220 

810 
2202 
2564 
1603 
1074 
1220 
2005 



1549 

568 
2291 
574 
485 
842 



144 

1282 

842 

2016 

201 

982 

485 

1284 

1220 



1608 
1603 
1222 
1222 
1315 



1893 



1510 



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INDEX. 



ORDEKS— Continued. 



Lamps- 
Harrison St, from Sacramento to Albany avs . , to place and put in service 

Homan av, from Colorado av. to Harrison st., to put in service 

Homan av. from 22d to 24tli sts., to put in service 

Howard st, bet. 95th and 97th sts., kerosene 

Hoyne av, bet. Belmont and Clybourn avs., to put in service 

Humboldt blvd, from Western to California avs., to put in service 
Humboldt blvd, from Western av. to Logan sq., to put in service. . . . 

Kedzie av, from 22d to 26th sts., to put in sei-vice 

Kenwood av, from Railroad to Crawford avs., gasoline 

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Laflin st, bet. 47th and 49th sts., to put in service i 

La Salle st, cor. 59th st., to repair and light, 

Lexington av, between Albany and Central Park avs., boulevard lamps. 

Lmcoln av, from Addison st. to Montrose blvd . , to put in service 

Lincoln av. Twenty-sixth ward, to put in service 

Lincoln st, from Blue Island av. to 12th st. , to put in service 

Logan av, near No. 9714 (Washington Heights) 

Lowe av, from 33d to 35th sts., to put in service 

Lowe av, 33d to 39th sts., to put in service \ 

Lyman st, from Sulzer st. to Lawrence av. , to put in service 

Main st, from Archer av. to the river, to put in service 

Main st, from Archer av. to 31st st., to put in service i 

Maple st, from Halsted st. to Union av., to place on posts already 

erected and put in service 

Melrose av, bet. Homan and Central Park avs., gasoline 

Melrose av, from Southport to Ashland avs 

Michigan ter, east of Lake av., to put in service 

Milton pi, gasoline. 

Mission Church, Whiting st., cor. Market st 

Montrose blvd, to put in service i 

Musprat st. from 31st to 34th sts., to put in service 

North 59th st., from Clark st. to E. Ravenswood Park, to put in service 

Oakdale av. from Southport av. to Perry st 

Oakley av, from Blue Island av. to 18th st., to put in service 

O'Brien av, from Wabansia to Grand avs., gasohne 

Page st, from 47th to 49th sts. (gasoline) 

Park pi, bet. Wood st. and Prospect av. (gasoline) 



Parnell av, from 33d to 39th sts,, to put in service 

Perry st, from Graceland to Wellington avs., to put in service , 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs., to put in service , 

Perry st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs., to put in service 

Pine st, from Clark st. to E. Ravenswood pk., to put in service 

Poplar av, from 29th to 31 st sts. (gasoline) 

Pratt av. North, Southport, and Maple avs. (oil) 

Railroad av, from Kedzie to Kenwood avs. (gasoline) 

Rhodes av, from 71st st. to S. Chicago av., to put in service 

Rogers pk, D. P. W. to have erected 

Roscoe st, from Robey st. to Racine av.. to put in service 

Roscoe st, from Sheffield av. to Robey st., to put in service 

St. Joseph's Church, Hill and Market sts 

St. Louis av. gas lamps, to put in service 

St. Peter's Church, 1737 Belmont av 

St. Phillip's Church, Champlain st 

Sacramento av, at subway under the C. & N. W. R. R , to light them. 

Sangamon st, from 63d to 65th sts., to light them 

Sangamon st, from 77th to 79th sts., to light them 

Sangamon st, from 59th to 60th sts., to light them 



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School st, bet. Robey st. and Gross av., to light them 

Seminary av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st., to light them 

Seventy-second st, from S. Chicago av. to I C. R. R., to light them. 
Seventy-third st. from S. Chicago av. to I. C. R R., to light them. . . 
Seventy-eighth st, from Halsted to Sangamon sts., to light them. . . . 



2367 



492 
355 
1182 
1549 
1660 
938 
2111 
1182 
1185 
1221 
1610 
2204 
1186 



811 
485 
495 

2123 
799 
715 
740 
811 

1113 
576 
850 

1108 

984 

1282 

144 

1223 

487 

984 

1608 

976 

810 

983 

495 

!282 

654 

1010 

715 

740 

1282 

981 

2111 

811 

810 

1068 

1608 

1185 

l-.'20 

706 

811 

1109 

894 

1603 

.?364 

1239 

574 

842 

842 

1107 

2208 

166" 

2112 

1220 

1220 

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Lamps — 

Shell av, from 71st st. to S. Chicago av., to light them . . 
Sherman st, from 55th to 59th sts., to light them . . 

Sherman st, bet. 69th and 71st sts., to light them 

Sixteenth st, from Kedzie to Albany avs., to light them.' . .' '. 

Sixty-third st, from Halsted to Sangamon sts., to light them 

Sixty-sixth ct, from Stewart av. to Wright st., to put in service 



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Sixty-seventh st, from Stony Island to Oglesby avs., boulevard lamps 

Sixty- mnth st, from South Park av. to State st 

South av, bet. East Eavenswood Park and Clark st 

South Chicago av, from 61st to 71st sts 

South Park av, from 60th to 6ist sts 

Southport av, from Belmont to Graceland avs.. to put in service'^ 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd 

Spaulding av, from 22d to 24th sts., to put m service .....".' 

Springfield av, from Augusta st. to Chicago av. , gasoline 

Stony Island av, bet. South Chicago and Anthony avs. to put in serv- 
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Sullivan ct, from Lyman to 31st sts 

Summerdale av, from Clark street to East Eavenswood Park, to put in 
service 



Sundry streets in Twenty-sixth ward, gasoline '.'.'.'. 

Sundry streets in Fifth ward, Lowe av., 28th, 30th, 32d and 33d sts.,' Par- 

nell av. and Butler st. , to put in service 

Sundry streets in Twenty-seventh ward, gasohne 

Sundry streets in Twenty-seventh ward, kerosene, all of, change to gaso' 



Sundry streets in Thirty-first ward, to change location'of .' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.[ '. '. '. '. ' 

Sundry streets in Thirty-third ward, to put in service, three orders 

Sunnyside av, to put in service 

Thirty-seventh pi, to put in service '.'. 

Thirty-eighth st, from Halsted Laurel sts., to put in service.' .' .' .' .' .' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 

Thomas st, from Hoyne av. to Leavitt st 

Troy st, from 22d to 26th sts., to put in service 

Trumbull av, from Colorado av. to Van Buren st., to place and put'iii 
service 

Trumbull av, from Ogden av. to 2-id"st.', 'to 'pu't'i'ri 'sendee .' .' '. .' .' .' .' .' .' '. .' .' ." .' .' .' .' 

Trumbull av, from 22d to 16th sts., to put in service 

Turner av, bet. 22d and 26th sts. , to put m service 

Twelfth St. and Ogden av., to put in service 

Twelfth st, from Ogden to Ashland avs., to put in service 

Twenty-third st, from St. Louis to Kedzie avs., to put in service 
Twenty-eighth st, from Stewart av. to Halsted st., to put in service. . . 

Twenty-ninth st, from Halsted to Main sts., gasoline 

Lnionav, from 47th to 55th sts., to remove electric lights and replace 

with gas lamps 

Union av, bet. 60th and 61st sts., to place on posts already 'erected, and 

put m service 

Union av, from 69th to 71st sts , to put in service .........'.'.'.'. 

Union av, from 71st to 73d sts., to put in service 

United Presbyterian Church, on Leland av 

Vincennes road, from 7 1 st to 74th sts . , to put in service '.'.'. 

Walnut st, from Clark st. to East Eavenswood Park, to put in service 
Washtenaw av, bet. Division st. and Chicago av., to put gas lamps in 

service 

Wellington st, from Southport av. to Perry st......... '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Western av, from Belmont av. to Chicago Eiver, to put in service . " " 

Whitmg st, cor. Market st 

Wilson av, bet. Leavitt and Eobey st§., gas .".','.".'.',' 

Wilson av, from Leavitt to Eobey sts., to put in service 

U^ilson av, from Pemberton av. to Sheridan road, gasoline " " 

Woodlawn av, bet. 71st st. and S. Chicago av., to put in service. . . 

Wolfram st, from Southport av. to Perry st 

Wright st, from N. 59th st. to Balmoral av., to put in service, .' ." .'.'.'.'"" 

Wright st, bet. 75th and 76th sts., to put in service 

Wright st, from Sulzer st. to Lawrence av., to put in service .','.. 



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1017 



1220 
1107 

987 
1554 
1010 
1186 

842 
2565 
12i0 
1227 
1220 
1220 

744 

1182 
981 . 

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810 
1223 

191 
1222 

1480 
842 
2031 
894 
496 
576 , 
2367 , 
1182 , 

492 , 
1603 . 
1603 . 
1182 . 

160 . 
2-^90 . 
2290 . 

887 . 
2221 . 

986 . 

1108 . 
2005 . 
1481 . 
1223 . 



202 



810 

2016 

983 

2562 

487 

1072 

1661 

1185 

1220 

982 

811 

1221 

811 



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Addison st. and Gross av 

Addison and Robey sts 

Addison and Wolcott sts 

Adams st, from 46th to 48th sts., for estimate 

Adams st, from 46th to 48th sts 

Adams st, from 74th to 75th sts 

Albany av, from 25th to 26th sts., for repeal 

Alley north of Chestnut St., from Dearborn east 

Atlantic st, from 47th to 55th sts 

Atlantic st, from 47th to 55th sts 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts 

Avenue L, from 103d to 106th sts 

Balmoral av, from Ashland av. to Clark st. (and connections) 

Ballou av, from McLean to Mentmore avs., north side 

Belle Plaine av, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R 

Belle Plaine av, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R. (and connections) 

Birch st, from Robey to Kendall sts 

Bond av, from 79th to 81st sts 

Buffalo av, from 88th to 90th sts., for repeal 

Buffalo av, from 90th to 91st sts 

Butler st, from 35th to 37th sts. ■ 

California av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe blvd 

California av, from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd. (gasoline) \ 

Calumet av, from 67th to 71st sts 

Center st, bet Franklin and Madison sts. (Montrose) 

Charlotte st, from 40th to 42d sts., south side 

Champlain av, from Archer av. to 37th st 

Chicago Lawn 

Clarkdale 

Clinton st, bet. 119th and 121st sts 

Clybourn av. and Schicks pi, change from gasoline to gas. 

Clybourn av, cor. Uhland st ". 

Colorado av, bet. Central Park av. and Douglas blvd 

Colorado av, from 42d to 48th sts 

Commercial st, from Graceland to Berteau avs 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs., and connections 

Commercial st, from North av. to Clybourn pi., for repeal 

Cuyler av, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R 

Cuyler av, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R., and connections 

Daley st, from 35th to 36th sts., west side 

Daley st, from 35th to 36th sts., east side 

De Kalb st, from Floumoy to Leavitt sts 

Delamater pi, from Bloomingdale rd. to Armitage av 

Dobson av, from 71st st. to S. Chicago av 

Dobson av, from 77th to 79th sts . , 

Douglas st, cor. Hunting av 

Drexel av, from 71st st. to S. Chicago av 

Duncan av, from 79th to 80th sts 

Edson av, from Lincoln av. to Diversey st 

Eighty-first st, from Ontario to Bond avs 

Eighty -second st, from Edwards to Commercial avs 

Eighty-third st, from Commercial to Railroad avs 

Eighty -third st, from Commercial to Superior avs 

Eighty-ninth st, from Commercial to Exchange avs 

Ellen st, at west terminus 

Ellis av, from 71st st. to South Chicago av 

Ellis av, from 74th to 75th sts 

Elston av, from Francisco to Roscoe sts 

Emanuel Church, Sedgwick and Hobbie sts 

Emerald av, bet. 51st and 52d sts., for repeal 

Emerald av, bet. 119th and 121st sts 

Erie av, from 90th to 92d sts., for repeal 

Erie av, from 93d st. to South Chicago av 

Evans av, from 68th to 69th sts 

Evergreen st, from Rockwell st. to California av 

Exchange av, from 89th to 92d sts., for repeal 

Fiftieth st, from Ashland av. to Page st 

Fiftieth st, from Cottage Grove to Vincennes avs 



985 
1073 
1106 

800 

113 
2293 
2v;93 

897 
2359 
2206 

843 
1072 
2206 

888 

815 
1481 
1879 

192 

259 
1014 
1070 

478 



896 
356 



203 



809 

1608 

2291 

1072 

2206 

1480 

1550 

393 

843 

990 

1106 



309 
309 
309 



2364 



481 
481 



807 
1315 

939 
1550 



2563 



990 
1847 
308 
815 
815 
815 
934 
815 
393 
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1106 
254 



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Fifty-fourth st, from Drexel to Woodlawn avs 

Fifty-eighth st, from Halsted to Wallace sts .' .' 

Ford av, from 78th to 79th sts 

Forestville av, bet. 48th and 49th sts 

Forty-first st. (West), from Madison to Adams sts .'.'.'.'.'." .' 

Forty-fifth pi. (West), from Harrison st. to Colorado av 

Forty-seventh st. (West), from Adams to Harrison sts., for estimate" ' 
Forty-seventh st. (West), from Adams to Harrison sts. . . '''"'"'^^''- " " 

Forty-seventh st. (West), from Madison to Adams sts . . 

Forty-eighth st. (West), from Lake st. to Chicago av. (Warrant 10385)', 'for 

Forty-eighth s't, from 's't'.' Lawrence to 'ch'anipiain' avs'. '.".'.'.'.'.'. 

Forth-nmth st, from Grand blvd. to Cottage Grove av 

Foundling Home, on Wood st 

Gates, J. D., permit to erect 



George st, bet. Perry and Southport avs., gasoline 

Graceland av, bet. Robey st. and C. & N. W. R. R., for repeal. 
Graceland av^ from C. & N. W. R. R. to Western av.,:gasoline ... " 
Green Bay av, from 89th st. to Harbor av., for repeal 

Greenwood av, from 71st st. to South Chicago av . . . . ! ! 

Grenshaw st, from Kedzie to Spaulding avs 

Halsted st, bet. 119th and 123d sts., east side '. 

Hamhn av, from 16th st. to Ogden av 

Hancock st, from McLean to Humboldt avs '. 

Herndon st, from Wright wood to Lincoln avs 

Houston st, cor. Howard av. 

Houston st, from 87th to 93d sts 

Houston av, bet. 133d and 134th sts 

Hunting av, at No. 2557 

Hunting av, bet. Irving Park blvd. and C."&' N."w.* R." R ' .' ! 

Indiana av, from 67th to 71st sts 

Indiana av, bet. 134th and 135th sts 

Jefferson av, bet. 119th and 121st sts 

Joseph st, from Kedzie to Central Park avs 

Kedzie av, from North av. to Palmer sq. 

Kedzie av, cor. Van Buren st 

Keefe av, at crossing of L. S. & M. S. and P., Ft.' W.'&' 'c.' R ' R 

Kenmore av, from Lawrence av. to Montrose blvd 

Kimball av, from Armitage to Fullerton avs 

Laflin st, from 47th to 49th sts 

Lakeside av, (or Sheridan rd) from Sheffield av. to Ha'lsted st.' .'.'.'.' 

Larrabee st, at No. 673, etc., Garfield Turn Verein, permit to erect! '. '. '. 

Langley av, from 68th to 69th sts 

Lawndale av, from Ogden av. to 12th st 

Lawndale av, from 12th st. to Ogden av., to remove from side'w'a'lk siD'a'ce 

and place next to curb 

Leavitt st, from Montrose blvd. to Sunnyside 'a'v. .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".' 

Lincoln st, from Chicago av. to Superior st 

Lincoln st, from Chicago av. to Thomas st 

Lombard st, from Irvuig Park to Montrose blvds 

Lowe av, from 33d to 37th sts 

Lowe av, bet. 119th and 121st sts 

Lyman ay, from Lawrence av. to Sulzer st., for repeal '.'.'.'. 

Maryland av, from 63d to 64th sts 

Mathew st, from Ogden av. to Wood st " 

Mead st, from Armitage to Fullerton avs 

Mead st, from Ohio st. to Central Park blvd * ' ' ' ' 

Melrose av, from Elston av. to Laurel st 

Michigan av, bet. 134 and 135th sts 

Mitchell pk 

Monroe st, from Kedzie to Central Park avs .' .' .'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.*.' 

Monroe st, from 46th to 48th sts 

Monroe st, from 46th to 48th sts., for estimate '.'.'. 

Myrtle av, cor. 64th st 

Nelson st, from Clybourn to Western avs. (gaso'line) .'!.'!!.'.'.'.' 

Nineteenth pi, from Johnson to Brown sts 

Nineteenth st, from California to Kedzie avs 



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2294 

815 
1284 



985 

1073 

570 

539 

841 

841 

1183 



1882 



1487 
990 
492 
203 
977 

1907 



1550 
1550 



796 

538 

1350 



1185 



1912 
1481 
1912 



844 



47'8 
313 
203 

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398 
647 
478 
744 

1480 
812 

2562 



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391 



2563 
1432 



1479 



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393 
259 

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397 

1010 

1183 

1480 

1903 

254 

313 



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1073 

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Ninetieth st, from Green Bay av. to The Strand, for repeal 

Ninetieth st, from Superior st. to Buffalo av., for repeal 

Ninety-first st, from Exchange to Green Bay avs., for repeal 

Ninety -third st 

Ninety-fifth st, from Commercial to Erie avs 

Noble av, bet. Clybourn and Western avs., gasoline 

North av, from Monticello to Grand avs . , connections, for repeal 

North 59th st, from Clark to Robey sts 

North 59th st, from Lincoln to Kedzie avs 

North 59th st, bet. Eobey and Palmer sts., gasoline 

Nutt av, from 80th to 81st sts 

Oakdale av, bet. Leavitt st. and Oakley av., gasoline 

Oakdale av, bet. Perry st. and Southport av., gasoline 

Oakdale av, from Southport av. to Perry st 

Oak Grove av, from Clark st. to Eacine av 

One Hundred and First st. (cor. of) and Washington av 

Ontario av, from 81st to 83d sts 

Ontario av, from 90th to 92d sts., for repeal 

Our st, bet. Short st. and depot in Jefferson Park 

Page st, from 47th to 51st sts 

Page st, from 50th to 51st sts 

Parnell av, cor. of 134th st 

Parnell av, from 35th to 37th sts 

Paulina st, from Clybourn av. to Diversey st. (gas lamps) 

Paulina st, from 47th to 51st sts 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs. (and connections) 

Paulina st, from Webster av. to N. 59th st 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to FuUerton avs 

Perry st, 100 feet north of Belmont av. (for St. Luce church) 

Perry st, from Diversey st. to Graceland av. (and connections) 

Pine Grove av. from Belmont av. south, to put in service 

Powell av, from Milwaukee to FuUerton avs., change from common to 

boulevard lamps 

Powell av, bet. Milwaukee av. and Powell Park pi 

Powell Park, from Powell av. to east terminus 

Prairie av, from 67th to 71st sts 

Rhodes av, from 60th to 61st sts 

Rhodes av, from 71st st. to South Chicago av , 

Robey st, bet. Diversey av. and George st., gasoline 

Robey st, south of N. 59th St., gasoline 

Rockwell st, from Division to Augusta sts 



Rockwell st, from Madison to Jackson sts. 



R. 



Roscoe st, from Lincoln to Sheffield avs., and connections. 

Rowley and Washington avs, cor. of 

St. James st, bet. Washington st. and Lawrence av 

St. Lawrence av, from 46th to 48th sts 

' St. Luce Church building. Perry st 

Sacramento av, bet. Carroll av. and Kinzie st 

Sacramento av, from Kinzie st. to Sacramento sq 

Sangamon st, from 59th to 60th sts 

Sedgwick st. No. 349, front of Hebrew church 

Seventy-first st, from Euclid to Jeffrey avs 

Seventy -first st, from Stony Island to Euclid avs 

Seventy-second st, from South Chicago av. to I. C. R. 

Seventy-third st, from Bond to Lake avs 

Seventy-third st, from South Chicago av. to I. C. R. R. 

Seventy-fourth st, from Bissell to Mattison avs 

Seventy-fourth st, from Bond to Coles avs 

Seventy-sixth pi, from 77th to 79th sts 

Southwest cor. 76th st. and Carlin av 

Northwest cor 76th st. and Railroad av 

Seventy-sixth st, from Stony Island to Madison avs. . . 

Seventy -ninth st, from Duncan to Ford avs 

Shell av, from 71st st. to South Chicago av 

Sheridan st, from Armitage to FuUerton avs 

Sherman st, from 55th to 59th sts 

Sherman st, from 69th to 71st sts 



2006 

2122 

811 



1482 

1481 

1481 

542 

815 



1106 



538 
1434 



1847 

1481 

811 



1432 
1912 
192 



1608 

2122 

353 



1185 



259 
1112 
478 
401 
990 



490 

939 
1662 

1185 



841 
808 
260 
260 
1844 



1846 

815 

990 

815 

990 

1847 

1846 

1106 

541 

541 

1106 

815 

990 

1480 

1844 

254 



984 



1281 



984 
1350 



1107 



146 



571 
146 



937 
538 



354 



984 
1281 



1107 

1072 



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Lamp Posts — 

Sixteenth st. and Wabash av., and 16th and State sts., permit Military 

Tournament to erect 

Sixty-seventh st, from State st. to South Park av 

Sixty-eighth st, from Cottage Grove to Khodes avs 

Sixty-eighth st, from Cottage Grove to S. Chicago avs 

Sixty-eighth st, from State st. to S. Park av 

Sixty-ninth pi, from Stony Island to Madison avs 

Sixty-ninth st, from Cottage Grove to Langley avs, north side 

Sixty-ninth st, from State st. to S. Park av 

South Chicago av, from 92d st. to Exchange av 

South Park av, at crossing of L. S. & M. S. and P., Ft. W. & C. E. K 

South Park av, from 60th to 61st sts 

South Park av, from 67th to 71st sts 

Spaulding av, from Ogden av. to 12th st., for repeal 

Spaulding av, from 38th to 39th sts 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd 

Springfield av, bet. Chicago av. and Augusta st 

Stanley terrace, from Jackson to Van Buren sts 

State st, from 69th to 71st sts 

Stewart av, bet. Franklin and Madison sts 

Stewart av, bet. 119th and 123d sts 

Stony Island av 

Sullivan ct, from Lyman to 31st sts., gasoline 

Sulzer st, from Kobey to Leavitt sts., to put in service 

Sulzer St. (Montrose blvd.), from Robey to Leavitt sts., connections 

Sundry streets. Twenty-sixth ward -I 

Sundry streets. Thirty-third ward 

Sundry streets, Thirty-third ward, for repeal, vetoed G., O. & E. L. 

Sundry streets, Thirty-fourth ward 

Sundry streets, Warrants 10305, 10385 and 10386, for repeal 

Sunnyside av, from Robey to Leavitt sts., to put in service 

Sunnyside av, from Robey to Leavitt sts., connections 

Sunnyside av, from Robey to Leavitt sts., for repeal 

Superior av, from 89th to 92d sts., for repeal 

Tripp av, from North to Humboldt avs 

Troy st, from 12th to Fillmore sts 

Trumbull av, from Colorado av. to Harrison st 

Twelfth st, at No. 1559 

Uhland st, at No. 58 (gasoline) 

Union (Winter st.) st, from 'Zlst to 73d sts. (boulevard lamps) 

Union (Winter st.) st, from 71st to 73d sts., for repeal 

Vincennes rd, bet. Grove st. and Tracey av 

Vincennes av, from 39th to 47th sts., for repeal 

Vincennes av, from 48th to 50th sts 

Vincennes av, from 60th to 61st sts 

Wabash av, from 67th to 71st sts 

Warner av, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R 

Warner av, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R., and connections 

Washtenaw av, from 22d to 26th sts. (two orders) 

Webster av, from Clark to Robey sts 

Wellington st, bet. Leavitt st. and Oakley av. (gasoline) 



1512 



478 

1187 

478 

478 

251 

401 

478 

815 

478 

401 

478 

1837 

1550 

1^38 

848 

92 

349 



203 
542 



899 



Wellington st, from Southport av. to Perry st. 

Western av, from 26th st. to I. & M. Canal 

Williams st, from Blanchard st. to Grant av. . . 
Willis st, at No. 1367 



Wilson av, bet. Robey and Leavitt sts 

Wolcott st, from Webster av. to N. 59th st 

Wolfram st, bet. Southport av. and Perry st 

Wood st, from 47th to 51st sts 

Wood st, from 49th to 50th sts., gasoline 

Wood st, from 49th to 51st sts 

Woodside av, bet. Grace st. and Graceland av., and connections. 

Wright st, from Sulzer st. to Lawi'ence av., for repeal 

Lannagan, Tim, permit to erect frame building at 3051 Poplar av 



900 
2006 



264 



1072 



1113 
1108 
1223 

485 
486 



539 

1481 

398 

91 

261 



540 

540 



1879 
841 
401 
478 

1072 

2206 
977 

2122 



538 
1350 
1016 
1609 



2122 



2364 
397 



1108 
1223 



1349 
1841 



987 



984 



2563 

352 

1072 



1512 



895 
1350 

146 
1880 
1909 
2203 



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Laundry, Mozart St., No. 75. Health Dept., investigate, etc 

Laws and Ordinances, to revise, compile and prepare for publication . 
Lawson, Frisby Lumber Co., lumber yard, cor. W. Ravenswood Park 

Leland av., by what authority, to stop, etc. (3 orders) 

Lefevre, G. J., permit for barber pole, 70 Harrison st 

Leonard, John, claim for lumber in buildings torn down by D. P. W 

'Liberty Bell," for committee to meet Philadelphia City Council having the 

bell in charge " 

License fees of street car companies, for report on number'of cars', amount 

received, etc 

Liebman, H., claim for personal injuries 

Lighting certain streets south of 39th St., for statement of cost of gas 'and 

electric light respectively 

Lill, Geo., permit to erect brick ofBce at Clybourn av. and Chester sis.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Lmerseen, F., permit to erect cottage at 1776 35th ct .• . 

Link, Herman, permit to build frame addition at 3442 Emerald av 

Liska, Peter, permit for fruit stand at 63d and Halsted sts 

Livery stable at 211 and 213 Evanston av., to stop work on 

Lone Star Pleasure Club, permit for banner 

Lonergan, John, permit to construct basement entrance at 165 Plymouth 'pi 

Long, John D., permit for banner 

Looney, Dennis, permit to erect brick cottage at 3324 Charlton si. .'.'.'.'.'.' ".' 
Lot near Cottage Grove av. and 35th St., formerly occupied by Engine Co 

No. 19, to advertise for sale 

Luettich, Fred, permit for bay window at 245 Webster av. . i ;; '; ' ' W "V." "cCVtV 
T 1 1 » 1 ^ , „ ( Vetoed, F.&VV. 

Lumber yard. Auburn Park, for permit 

Lyceum theater ushers, permit for banner 

Lyons Bros., permit to unload crockery, etc on Moore st 

TMcChesney av, change name to Rhodes av 

McCormick, C. H., permit to maintain barbed wire fence at Rockwell and 

Parmelee sts 

McCormick, C. H., permit to erect frame building at 'oak'le'y av.' 'and 29th' st' 

(to remove in 90 days) 

McCormick, C. H., permit to erect frame building at Oakley av.' a'nd'29th's't." 

vetoed ' 

McCormick, C . H . , permit to erect frame building at Oakley av'.'an'd '2'9't'h' st! '. 

McGee, C. J. , permit for bay windows at Adams st. and Western av 

McKindley, D. M., for lease of east line of private alley running north from 

24th st 



1510 



McLaughhn, J. H., permit for lamp rear of 2110 Dearborn st 

McMahon, John P . , claim for personal injuries 

McNulty, P. J., to pay him interest account of delayed collection for "w. 
12th St. sewer ;^ 

Mackin, Thos., Revere House, permit to change smoke stack from'slieetiron 
to hollow tile 

Maher, Chas. E.. jtermit to erect brick cottages on posts, on Floiir'noy st'.*, 
west of Kedzie av 

Mailer st, change name to Harvard st 

Manasse, L., 86 Madison st., permit for thermometer pole .'.'...'.'.'.' 

Manholes, Hyde Park district, Hyde Park Electric Light and Power Co., per- 
mit to construct 

Manion. John, permit to extend store front at 7 Dearborn st '.'.'.'.".'. '. '. ". . 

Manion, John, permit to extend store front at 7 Dearborn st., vetoed, re-con. 
F. & W. 

Maps, for skeleton maps showing all existing and proposed "L" roads 

Marcy, Geo., permit for barber pole, 363 State st 

Marine Association, permit for bay windows at 152-4 Lake st 

Marks, Louis, permit for sign at 177 22d st -j 

Marlowe Theatre, 63d st. and Stewart av. , permit for sign i 

Marschke, Aug., permit to erect building at 3629 Lincoln st F. & W. 

Masterson, Mrs. Kate, to pay her, account of death of her son 

Matthews, Mrs. J. L., permit for bay windows at 25 S. California av 

Mayor of the City, declaring vacancy, account of death of Mayor Harrison. 

Meaney, Mrs. Kate, permit to erect brick cottage at 3201 Pox st 

Memorial Meeting of the City Council, Nov. 16, 1893, death of Mayor Harri 
son, to have printed 10,000 copies 



1188 



233^ 



9(1 



304 
1113 

984 
642 



658 



114 

1901 
1561 

1548 
846 

1182 
715 
144 
894 
850 

1114 

2108 
850 

1889 
1479 



20i 
2112 

1281 



1182 
1182 



1893 



1510 



1194 



399 



1238 
1315 



1194 



264 
667 

1495 
487 
537 

1889 

1481 

2288 



499 



353 

498 

578 

89 

263 

254 

311 

89 

944 

1015 

1032 

40 

1183 



2337 



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Merion, Jas., lamp post cor. 90th st. and Ontario av., permit to erect. 
Meyer, Chas. G. M„ permit to erect building at 14th and Wood sts. . . . 



Meyer & Co., to refund them $66.74 paid on account of rendering establish- 
ment, license not used Fin. 

Military Tournament, permit for banners '. 

Mitchell, E., permit to erect bay windows 

Monarch Lodge, A. O. U. W., permit for banners 

Monoghan, John, to refund him account unused license 

Montrose blvd, west of Western av., change name to W. Montrose blvd 

Muinter, Mrs. Lizzie, permit for bay window southwest corner Johnson and 
Grace sts 

Mullen, John, permit to erect bay windows at 75.3 W. 14th st 

Mundstock, Christ, permit for bay windows at 150 Bissell st 

Murdough, J. W., permit to repair biiilding at 334-336 Wabash av 

Murphy, Daniel, claim for refund of special assessment, to pay 

Murwick, Chas., permit to erect cottage at 3845 Union av F. & W. 

National Athletic Assn., permit for banners 

Neeley, A. E., permit to erect cupalo on grain elevator at 2260 Grove st 

Neu, Gustav, permit to load manure on Chicago & Northwestern Eailroad 
cars 



Neumann, Anton, permit to remove building from Van Buren and Halsted 
sts. to Eookwell and 35th sts 

Newman, Nels, permit for lamps over entrance at 120 E. Chicago av 

Niool, Frank F., permit to erect brick cottage on Talman av., bet. 13th st. 
and Washburne av 



Noot, J. C, permit for hat pole at 374 State st -{ Vetoed 



Northern Michigan Transportation Co., permit to erect addition to ware- 
house -, 



1113 



1239 



539 



( permit to place water tank under ground. Jud 

Northwestern Terra Gotta Co. < permit to place iron tank under ground 

( permit for water tank 

Nuisance at Adams st. and Centre av., scavenger wagons, etc., to abate 

Nuisance, Central Pumping Station, Harrison st., to abate 

Nuisance, Hine Bros.' rendering establishment. Archer av. and QuaiTy st., 

to abate 

Nuisance, in block bet. Van Buren and Bowery sts., Morgan st. and Metro- 
politan "L" E. E., dumping ground for refuse matter, etc 

Oakley av., bet. Washington blvd. and Kinzie st., to clean 

O'Brien, M., refund money paid for building permit not used 

O'Brien, Michael J., permit to build pier at foot of 56th st. . . . . . .Wharf Priv. 

O'Brien, Walter C, claim for personal injuries 

Obstructions, etc., alley bet. Clark st.. Dearborn av. and North av. (Plaza 

flats), to remove, etc 

Obstructions— 

Ashland av., trees on sidewalks, to remove 

Bronson st, bet. Loomis and Troop sts,. to remove 

Carroll av., near Halsted st., for removal of 

Cottage Grove av, near 50th st., for removal of 

Cottage Grove av, bet. 61st and 63d sts 

Crossing at Stewart and Archer avs., to prohibit blocking by trains 

Fortieth st, from State st. to Prairie av., sidewalk on south side, to 
remove 

Kedzie av, bet. Montrose blvd. and Lawrence av., for removal of 

LaSalle st., at intersection of 63d st., to remove 

Prairie av, east side, south of 45th st. , to remove 

Prairie av, south of 6lst st., to remove 

Washburne av, bet. Talman av. and Eockwell st., to remove 

O'Connor, John, claim for personal injuries 

O'Donnell, Ed., sewer in Yates av., to issue him voucher in re. error, etc 



Oehler, Adolph, permit to erect brick cottage at 3047 

Lyman st ] vetoed.... F. & W. 

O'Grady, Jos., permit to excavate alley in rear of Block i. Lot 3, BushiielY's 
Add 



O'Haven, E. T., Milk Inspector, to pay him for services Fin. 



485 



144 



1869 



805 



313 

645 
713 



263 

973 
941 
749 



653 
941 
1236 
161 
998 



303 

851 

1069 

801 
22U7 

940 
1901 



2019 
396 



539 



494 
649 

887 

2561 
711 

2032 
281 

1561 

2008 

842 
1011 

981 

400 
1547 

64-1 

841 

1480 

540 

312 

144 

1016 

667 

748 

74(1 

1835 



894 
1077 



1950 



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Throop St, at 49th st, across railroad tracks 

Vernon av, from 43d to 44th sts 

Wabash av, from 63d to 67th sts 

Wabash av, from 107th to 109th sts., for repeal '...'. 

Wabash av, from 107th to 109th sts., for repeal, vetoed, re-con. "and 
S. & A., S. D 

Wabash av, from 107th to lOOth sts., for repeal! ..........'. 

Wallace st, across I. C. K. R ' 

Webster av, from the river to Elstonav., Law Dept. to proceed with iii re 
condemnation proceedings, order of October 16, 1893 

Wellington st, from Hoyne av. to Wood st 

Wentworth av, from Blue Island rd. to Calumet River '.... 

Open and extend alley bet. Sacramento av. and Francisco st., Lexington and 

Flournoy sts 

Open or extension of Asylum pi. (or Webster av.), to take 'ail papers" "in re". 

from file and refer to S. & A., N. & W. D 

Open and extend 74th st. across right of way of C. & W. "l". R.'r 'and Wa- 
bash Ry 

Open and extend 75th st. across right of way of Pan Handle" R." B.. ....'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Open and extend Webster av. (Asylum pi.), from northeast line of Elston av. 

to the river 

Open and grade 54th st, from Montrose blvd. to Ir'v'i'ng'park blvd! 

Open and grade HefPron st, from Wood to Drew sts 

Open and grade Montrose blvd . , from Sampson to Austin avs '..'.'.. 

Open and widen Sacramento av, from 22d to 24th sts., for repeal 

Open and widen 74th st, from Jeffrey to Stony Island avs 

Orient Co., 178 Wabash av., permit for sign 

Orient Co., 178 Wabash av., to revoke permit given them '.'.'.'. 

Orzechowski, A., revoke permit to remove building 

Pahn, Albert, permit for fruit stand foot of La Salle st 

Palmer, Potter, permit to construct basement entrance at 177 Wabash av. . 

Park Gate Hotel, permit for awnings 

Parks & Co., permit for canopy, front of 175 S. Halsted st '.\'.\'.'.'.'.'.'. . 

Patrick, Mary A., permit to erect a basement entrance at 258 Madisonst. . . . 

Patrol box, cor. Augusta and Noble sts 

Patrol box, cor. Lincoln and Ellen sts 

Patrol box at N. Edgewater Station in the 25th ward '.'.'.. 

Patrol box, cor. Smith av. and Weed st 

Pavements (asphalt), certain conditions to be observed in all ordinances" and 

specifications for 

Pay rolls, city employes, to prepare and pay before the "4th 'of July." .' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
Pay rolls, for payment of extra men employed before the appropriation bill 

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567 

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Pay rolls, extra men in D. P. W. and Water Dept., etc. 



Pay rolls, city rolls, for copy of 

Peabody Lodge (A. O. U. W.), permit for banner 

Peale, R. S., permit to erect building at Monroe st., Ogden av. and Ashland 
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1837 
987 



704 
"398 



Peanut stand, Michigan av., bet. Madison st. and alley south, for permit. . . 

Peaterson, John, permit to erect brick cottage at 26 Christiana av 

Pedgrift, John, permit to erect area way at 1149 Diversey av 

Phillipson Decorative Co., for rebate of amusement license 

Pier, foot of 56th St., permit to erect 

Pilgrim Temple Baptist Church, permit to erect building, cor. North av. and 

Leavitt st 

Pirof alo, F., for permit for barber pole, cor. Clark and Harrison sts . . .' ." .' .' ." ." ." 

Plumbers, ordinance of Nov. 30, 1891, relating to 

Poles, telegraph and telephone poles lying on Madison av., bet. 49th and 53d 

sts., to remove 

Police, Committee on Police to investigate alleged 'ni'isoonduct 'of " Officer 

James Dougherty 

Police Alarm Box at Addison st. and Ashland av. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' . . . . .... 

Police Alarm Box at Addison st. and Southport av., to put in service 

Police Alarm Box at Clybourn av. and Wellington st . . 

Police Alarm Box cor. Robey st. and Roscoe blvd 



1889 
2368 
■i()08 

649 
2559 

542 

488 
1278 

490 
1553 
1227 

743 

302 

534 

161 

281 

315 

377 

587 

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Police Court, Kensington, to establish Police 

Police and Fire Alarm Boxes, Archer av. and Paulina st 

Police and Fire Alafm Boxes, Hickory and Logan sts 

Police and Fire Alarm Boxes, 31st st. and Poplar av 

Police Justices, Seventh District, providing pay for 

( Polic6 

Police Officers, for 3 days vacation to visit World's Fair •< ...[.....[.... .Fin. 



Police Officers, to grant them 10 days vacation during the year 

Police Officers, discharged for drunkenness, not to reinstate 

Police Station, the armory at Harrison st. and Pacific av., for est. of cost of 
new station , 

Police Station, Central Detail, for selection of site for and erection' of sta- 
tion, etc 

Police Station at North and Oakley avs., for purchase of site for... .'.'.".'.Fin. 

Police Station, South Chicago, to advertise for bids for heating apparatus 
and for improving grounds Fin. 

Polish Catholic Union, permit for triumphal arches 

Poolos, John, permit for barber pole at Han-ison st. j 4; • ; ■•■-, 'r^'VWr' 

and Custom House pi i Vetoed F. & W. 



Pottgether & Son, permit to erect gate in alley bet. Belmont and Melrose 

sts., near C, M. & St. P. fences 

Pounds, dog pound, West Side, (in Tenth and Twelfth wards), to remove. . . 

H. & C. R. 

Pratt, S. G., thanks of the City Council for his programme "Chicago Day," 

at World's Fair , 

Prim, Martin, p6rmit to erect barn at 602 22d st 

Prospect av, from Ridge rd. to the lake shore, change name to "Touhey av" 

Pulsifer, E. F., permit to excavate alley S. & A., S. D . 

Pumping Station, Indiana av„ bet. 99th st. and Calumet River 

Pumping Station, bet. Kinzie and 12th sts., Crawford av. and 48th st., for 

plans, estimate, etc 

Pumping Station, for report as to whether higher pressure will give better 

supply, etc 

Pumping Works, Bridgeport, for report as to number of pumps, capacity, 

expenses of, what changes made, if any, etc 

Pumping Works, Lake View water works, to run them to full capacity 

Pumping Works, new works for West Side, to provide $500,000 in appropria- 
tion of 1894 

Pumping Works and Tunnel West Side, to provide $500,000 for in appropria- 
tion bill of 1894 Fin. 

Pusey, Dr. C. M., 75th st. and Drexel av., permit to connect sewer at nortli 

side of 75th st 

Quinn, Jas S., permit to erect brick cottage cor. Harrison and 39th sts 

Quinn, W., claim for services at the Madison st. bridge 

Railroads- 
Alley south of Lots 2, 3, 6, 7, 10 and 11, Turner and Bond's Sub., bet. 
Oakley and Western avs., to remove, vetoed, 597 S. & A., W. D. 

Ashton, Frank, switch track across Joseph st., for permit. .S. & A., S. D. 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad crossings in the Sixth ward, to 
plank and keep in repair 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, permit to erect warehouse on 
dock line, foot of 17th st F. & W. 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, to place safety gates at Church pi. 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and Chicago & Grand Trunk Railways, to 
open Throop st. at 49th st 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and Chicago, Madison & Northern Rail- 
ways, to eiect fence from Halsted st. east 

Barre Sliding Railway Company, permit to lay water pipe under Wood- 
lawn av., near 64th st 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, to place guards, gates and electric 
light at 71st St., 71st pi. and 72d st. crossings 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, to erect electric lights at sundry 
crossings 

Belt Railway, to place gates and watchmen at Stony Island a v. crossing. 

Calumet Electric Street Railway Co., permit for swi€ch track at 75th st. 

Chicago & Alton Railroad, crossings in Sixth ward, to plank and keep in 
repair 



2202 



650 

843 



1568 
698 



1869 



92 



1602 



1604 



645 
302 



976 



1286 



2289 

2289 

0289 

481 



902 
908 
907 



797 
797 



710 
1834 



1869 



2023 



571 



991 



163 



1015 

487 

711 
652 



2371 



1878 
393 
586 



587 



597 



597 



1436 



1436 
145 
263 
313 

1847 

116 
1285 

842 

:436 



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Eailroads— „ , ^ ^ ^i , i ' . 

Chicago & Alton Eailroad, to erect safety gates at Church pi. crossing. . 
Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Railroad Company, to place gates at 

Washtenaw av. crossing S. & A., W. D. 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, in Tenth ward, not to obstruct 

streets by keeping down gates unnecessarily . • 

Chicago City Railway Company, to furnish transfers at State and 47th 

sts., and at Halsted and 47th sts., for ordinance Law Dept. 

Chicago General Street Railway Company, tracks on Kedzie av, bet. 22d 

and 31st sts., for removal of .- • • • • — • • • • • 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Railroad, to build culvert at Lincoln street 

crossing •.• --S- & A., S.D. 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Railroad, place flagman at Paulina street cross- 
ing 

Chicago, Madison & Northern Railroad, crossings in Sixth v^ard, to plank 

and keep in repair — • • 

Chicago, Madison & Northern Railroad, to erect safety'gates at Church 

place crossing 

Chicago, Milwaukee ^ St. Paul Railroad- 
To erect gates at Robey st. and Blooniingdale road crossing, vetoed. 

To plank and place culverts at Madison street crossing 

Dickey av. and Prince St., to take down fence and construct crossings 

Homan av. crossing, at Grand av., to set back fence to permit laying 
of sidewalks 

To lay sidewalk on Geraldine av • 

To erect gates at sundry street crossings 

To station uniformed police at sundry street crossings 

To erect gates and watch house at Humboldt blvd. and Blooming 
dale road • • 

To erect gates at N. 59th st ■ 

To plank roadway at Central Park av 

To put in crossing and plank right-of-way at Delamater pi. and 
Bloomingdale av 

To open Cortland st. across its right-of-way 

To place safety gates at Armitage av 

To build sidewalk at Racine av. and Roscoe St., Newport av. and 

Cornelia st. crossings 

Chicago & Northern Pacific Railroad tracks in alley south of Lots 2, 3, 6, 

7, 10 and 11, Turner & Bond's Sub., etc., vetoed, 597 

Chicago & Northern Pacific Railroad, shanty on Raleigh ct., for removal 

of 

Chicago & Northwestern Railroad — 

To place safety gates at Western av. crossing (Wisconsin Div.) 

To erect gates at Hoffman and Diversey av. crossings 

To lay sidewalk at Selwyn av. (Irving Park) 

To take down fence and open Madison st. across their Evanston Cir- 
cle road 

To extend sidewalks from Western to Kedzie avs., across their Wis- 
consin Division 

To remove fence on north half of Graceland av 



777 



1283 



483 



To erect gates at Washington blvd. crossings j 

Versus The City, for status of the litigation between 

Fullerton av. crossing, to station flagmen 

To plank or pave between their tracks on Park av., from Rockwell 

to Fall sts ■• 

To lay sidewalk across Humboldt av 

Crossing Homan av, to take down fence and plank right of way 

In re. liabihty for part costs of improving Kinzie st, from Paulina st. 

to Oakley av 

Tracks on alley south of Lots 2 to 11, Turner and Bond's Re-sub., 

etc., for removal of S. »& A., W. D . 

To place gates at Hoffman av. crossing 

(Wisconsin Division) from Western to Kedzie avs., to plank all 

crossings 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific and Lake Shore and Michigan South- 
ern Railways, to remove fence at 3§d st., and to place gates and 

flagmen • • 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad, to place gatemen at all 
crossings , 



1436 
713 
645 



1549 

1436 

1436 

1605 
398 
394 

394 

485 

1109 

1109 

1071 

1281 
981 

895 
895 
895 



1351 



1622 



1663 



1434 

587 
740 

102 

489 
484 

484 

573 

571 

1069 

1071 

1015 

259 

848 
811 
654 

1839 



1605 
197 



2559 
1017 



597 



1622 



597 



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Kailroads — 

Chicago, Eook Island and Pacific Railroad, to place gates and watchmen 

at Stony Island av. crossing 

Chicago and South Side Rapid Transit Co., for report why they do not 

light street and alley intersections 

Chicago and Southwest Rapid Transit Co., permit to lay a temporary 

switch track to connect with their barns '. 

Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad- 
To erect station at 61st and Wallace sts R. R. 

To erect and maintain station at 63d and Wallace sts 

To place electric lights at sundry crossings 

To erect gates and electric lights at 51st and Wallace sts 

Crossing at Canal St., bet. Archer av. and 22d st., the several railroads to 

plank 

Crossing at Deering st., to station police officer at 

Crossing at Main st. near Cologne st., to remove 

Electric cars on 35th st., in vicinity of Brighton Park and Wallace Street 

Schools, regulating speed of 

Elevation of Tracks, for removal of tracks, etc., D. P. W. to investigate 

and report on 

Elevation of Tracks, authorizing the Mayor to employ an engineer in re. 
Encroachments upon public grounds, etc., request for report, plat, etc., 

from Col. Ellers, Consulting Engineer 

Gas Motors, etc., in North Division, to dissolve injunction against 

Illinois Central Railroad Company — 

To erect electric lights at Yates, Paxton, Jeffrey and Oglesby avs. 

crossings 

■ To provide suitable means of ingress and egress at their Van Buren 
Street Station 

Permit to repair walks from Van Buren Street Station 

To erect electric light at 79th st. and Railroad av 

Occupying Randolph st., east of Central av., by what right ? 

Tracks on Linden av., for removal of 

Indiana Belt Railroad, to lay crossing at Mailer or Polk sts 

Joseph and Mary sts. crossings, to erect gates and plank crossings 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago 

Railroads, to place electric lights at 67th st. and Park av., and 68th 

St. and Park Manor crossings 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad Company, to place gatemen 

at all crossings 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad Company, switch track on 

63d St., and on State st. south of 63d st., for removal of 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago, 

to lay sidewalk across Stony Island av 

Lee Stone Co., Fitchburg Elevator Co. and Thompson Stone Co., switch 

tracks across 37th ct., 38th st. and 38th ct., for removal of 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company, to place culvert at 

91st st 

North Chicago Rapid Transit Company, ord. for franchise ordering Com- 
mittee on S. & A., N. D. to report. Committee granted further time 

and order lost 

North Chicago Street Railroad, using gas motor on Sheffield av. , by 

what authority, etc 

North Chicago Street Railroad Company, requesting the Mayor to secure 

better service 

North Chicago Street Railroad, on Sheffield av., to prohibit use of steam 

or gas motor 

North Chicago Street Railroad Company, on Webster av., Halsted st., 

FuUerton and Racine avs., to lower tracks to street grade and for 

smaller slot between tracks 

Northern Pacific Railroad Co., to place sidewalk at 50th st. crossing. . . 
Northern Pacific Railroad Company, to put crossing and sidewalk at 50th 

ct. in proper condition 

Northern Pacific or Wisconsin Central Railroad tracks on Crawford av. , 

to revoke permit for 

Northern Pacific or Wisconsin Central Railroad, obstructing streets, lo- 
cation of, etc., for list of 

Pan Handle Railroad, to construct culverts in 79th st 

Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad, to construct cul- 
verts at 79th st 



1107 



1285 

1114 

745 



1185 
1108 
1186 

1068 

1475 

850 

1316 

719 
720 

1606 

844 



202 

1284 
1309 
1431 
1603 
2295 
1660 
576 



478 
1017 
2202 

840 
1475 
2202 



538 
653 
600 

709 
1549 

1549 

985 

938 
745 



487 



776 



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ORDERS— Contmwed. 







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Railroads— 

Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad, to put crossing and 

sidewalk at 50th ct. in proper condition 

Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad, to place sidewalk at 

50th St. crossing 

Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Company, to plank 

or pave between tracks on Park av., from Rockwell to Fall sts 

Pennsylvania Company and others trespassing on public property, for 

report in re 

Pennsylvania Company and others crossing 51st St., for ejectment from 

and removal of tracks 

Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad, to plank crossing at 63d st 
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad, for report as to how many 

tracks between 47th and 60th sts., and Stewart av. and State St., and 

for removal of, etc 

Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad, switch track on Exchange 

av. crossing, bet. 92d and 93d sts., for removal of 

Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago and Lake Shore & Michigan Southern 

Railroad, to place gates and lights at 71st st. crossing 

St. Charles Air Line Railroad, electric lights at sundry crossings, why 

not erected 

South Chicago City Railway Company, to keep its tracks and space clean, 

etc 

Speed of Trains, to enforce ordinance in re 

Street Cars, for report of the number owned and operated by the vari- 
ous street railway companies 

Street Car Companies, to remove snow from tracks 

Sundry Railroad Crossings, Joseph St., to put sidewalk crossings 

Sundry Railroads, to erect electric lights at South Chicago av. crossing. 
Tracks on Ashland av, bet. Chicago & Alton Railroad and 32d st., for 

removal of 

Tracks on Ashland av, bet. Chicago & Alton Railroad and 32d St., for 

removal of, repealing 

Tracks on Kedzie av, Chicago General Street Railway and West & South 

Towns Street Railway Company, for removal of 

Tracks on Kedzie av, bet. 22d and 26th sts., for removal of . S. & A., W. D. 

Tracks on Main st, for removal of 

Tucker, W. F. et al., switch track crossing Egan av., Halsted st., 

Gage and Tucker sts., for removal of 

Union Stock Yards & Transit Company, east side State st., for investiga- 
tion and report as to how much, if any, upon public street, etc 

Union Stock Yards and Transfer Co., to place electric light and flagman 

at Calumet av 

Union Stock Yards and Transfer Co., to prohibit them laying tracks east 

of State st 



Unlawfully occupying streets, etc., for investigation and report on. 
West Chicago Street Railroad Co— 



For better service on Centre av. and on 21st st 

On Colorado av, to operate or forfeit franchise 

On Milwaukee av, from Logan sq. to Belmont av., for report as to j 

whether the road will be constructed ) 

Request for transfer cars on Western av, from from C, B. & Q. R. R 

to 26th St., etc 

For better service in A. M. and P. M., Mayor requested to confer with 

in re 

Injunction against, for report from Law Department in re 

To remove snow from sundry streets 

West and Sovith Towns Street Railway Co., to remove fence from 22d 

St., and to operate cars to Crawford av 

West and South Towns Street Railway Co., to run cars on 22d st. until 

11 o'clock P. M 

Wisconsin Central Railroad tracks on Crawford av.,to revoke permit for 

Rappaport, I. B., permit for sign at 3910 State st 

Rag Dealers, in residence districts, for ord. to prohibit Jud. 

Redemptorist Fathers, permit to tunnel alley bet. their school houses 

Redemption of property sold in 1892, Warrant 13027 (water service pipes), 

57th st Fin. 

Re-districting the city, Committee on Elections, to report plan for 



1113 



937 



842 



1549 
1549 



1013 

1431 
540 



1659 

2t24 

251 

577 

567 
851 

2107 
1277 
1278 
1309 



2220 
1016 



1113 

1349 

312 

841 

898 
719 
807 

858 

1837 

91 

985 

1108 

2560 

536 
398 

1884 

646 

2110 

985 

1011 



SO-; 



355 



1610 



992 



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Reebie Bros., peraiit for bus stand, Michigan av. near Jackson st., vetoed, 

to Mayor and Chief of Police 

Reger, John, permit for bay window at cor. Woodside and Lincoln avs 

Reo, John B., permit for barber pole 

Reynolds, G. E. & C. J., peiTQit for office building and temporary sheds at 

57th St. and Washington av F. & W. 

Rinn, Mrs. J. L., permit for addition to building 349 Oakwood blvd 

Rio Bros., refund on account of license Fin. 

Roadbed in— 

Carroll av, from 40th to 46th sts 

Erie av, from 91st st. to S. Chicago av 

Fortieth st (West), from Lake to 12th sts 

Forty-first st, from Madison to Kinzie sts 

Forty-second st, from Madison to Kinzie sts 

Forty-third st, from Madison to Kinzie sts 

Forty-fourth st, from Madison to Kinzie sts 

Forty -fifth st, from Madison to Kinzie sts '. 

Lyman av, from Montrose blvd. to Lawrence av 

Melrose st 

Melrose st, from C, M. & St. P. R. R. to Racine av 

Melrose st, from Lincoln to Western avs., make it 38 instead of 30 feet. . 

Roscoe st, from Ashland to Racine avs 

Surry ct, from FuUerton av. to Dunning st • 

Ward av, from 35th to 36th sts 

Wood st 

Wood st, from Diversey to Lincoln avs., to change it 

Wright st, from Montrose blvd. to Lawi'ence av 

Roadway on- 
Archer av, from Western av. to 39th st 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts. 

Balmoral av, from E. Ravenswood pk. to Ashland av. (and Park way) . . 

Claremont av, from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av. (and Park 
way) 

Chfton av, from Wellington st. to Roscoe blvd 

Conneaut av, from Hoffman to California avs 

East Ravenswood Park, from N. 59th st. to Ashland av. (and Park w^ay) . 

Elston av, from Belmont av. to city limits 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts 

Farrell st, from Archer av. to Lyman st 

Farrell st, from Lot 1, Keely's Subdivision, to 31st st 

Farrell st, from Lyman st. to Lot 1, Keely's Subdivision, etc 

Fifty -first st, fi'om Ashland av. to Wood st., to change to 46 feet 

S. & A., S. D. 

Fifty-fourth st, from Drexel to Woodlawn avs 

Fifty -eighth st, from Wentworth av. to Halsted st 

Fillmore st, from Kedzie to Crawford avs 

Forty-first st, bet. Ellis and Lake avs 

Francisco st, from Division st. to Chicago av 

Grand av, from Chicago av. to Division st 

Greenwood av, from Center to Everett sts 

Greenwood av, from Hoffman to California avs 

Hamlin av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

j'ving av, from Everett to Centre avs ] 

Irving Park blvd, from Jefferson av. to the river 

Irving Park blvd, from Jefferson av. to the river (for repeal Sec. 5, ord. 

of Jan. 8, 1894) , S. & A., W. D. 

Irving Park blvd, from Jefferson av. to the river (30 feet) . . S. & A., W. D. 

Irving Park blvd, from Lincoln to Jefferson avs 

Kimball av, from North to Armitage avs 

Lake st, from 40th to 48th sts 

Langley av, from 63d to 69th sts , 

Laurel av, from FuUerton av. to Diversey st 

Layton st, from Halsted st. to Union av 

May st, from Wrightwood av. to Diversey st 

Millard av, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd 

Myrtle av, from Milwaukee av. to Diversey st : 

Ohio st, from Kedzie to Avers av 

Park av, from Crawford av. to Belt Line av. (W. 46th st.) 



819 



117 
1434 



483 



1550 
1550 



484 
899 
896 
484 
484 
484 
■484 
484 
809 
895 
485 



485 
895 
1480 
895 
653 
810 

350 

897 

1660 

1660 
113 

1477 

1660 
201 

1221 
576 
578 
576 



1431 
2294 
1349 



981 
889 
1433 
147 
1279 
1310 
1433 
1433 



1310 

2292 

201 

1221 

1477 

843 

396 

2018 

147 

1279 

2359 



797 
653 
488 



744 



162 
162 



746 



819 



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Koadway on— 

Park av, from Everett to Center avs \ 

Perry st, from Grace st. to Graceland av 

Rascher av, from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av., and Parkway. 

Robey st, from Belmont to Clybourn avs 

Rockwell st, from Division st. to Chicago av 

Roscoe st, bet. Sheffield and Racine avs 

St. Charles av, from Center to Everett sts \ 



Selwyn av, from Center to Everett sts 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R. . . 

Seventy-second st, from Yates st. to Bond av 

Seventy -fifth st, from Stewart to Vincennes av 

Sibley st, from Macalister to Gilpin pi 

Sixty-seventh st, bet. Stony Island and South Park avs 

Sixty-seventh st, why ord. for is not reported 

Sheldon av, from lining Park blvd. to Everett st 

Sherman st, from 56th to 59th sts 

Sherman st, from 67th to 69th sts 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd 

Sundry sts, 27th ward, rescinding order for of Dec. 22, 1893. 

Thirty-third, from Halsted to Laurel sts 

Thirty-eighth st, from Archer to Kedzie avs 

Tripp av, from North to Humboldt avs 



Trumbull av, from Douglas Park blvd. to 86th st. 
Vernon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st. 



Washington av, from Center to Everett sts -j 

Wellington st, from Wood st. to Clybourn av 

Wright st, from E. Ravenswood Park to Ashland av. (and Parkway) — 
Rock excavation, West Fork South Branch Chicago River, providing for — 

Roessler, H., permit for bay window at 93 Sigel st 

Rogers Park, improvement of, to audit accounts and return money, etc. Jud. 
Rogers Road, from Ashbury av. west, change name to Tuohy av. S.&A.,N.D. 
Rogers Road, from Ashbury av. to east line of Town of Niles, change name 

to Tuohy av 

Rolff & Co., permit for lumber yard F. & W . 

Rompler, F., to refund him $550, account water service pipes in Robey st., 

deposit for Fin. 

Rooney, John, permit for brick cottage at 1535 35th ct 

Rosenfeldt, L., permit for cloak sign ; . 

Rosaia, G., permit to erect barber pole 68 Van Buren st 

Rose Lodge, A. O. U. W., permit for banner \ 



Rosenberg, N., permit for sign at 3910 State st 

Rozakus, Peter, permit for truit stand at 12th st. viaduct, vetoed 

Runners and Agents of Hotels, to prohibit them soliciting on trains entering 

the city 

Russell, Nana, claim for personal injuries 

Russincio, A., permit for barber pole 

Sacktlan, Hy., permit to erect frame barn 

Saines, F. B., permit to erect barber pole at 3500 Indiana av 

Salaries city employes for September, 1893, to be paid not later than Oct. 7 . 
Salaries city employes, to pay 75 per cent, under schedule of 1893 until ap 

propriation of 1894 be made 

Sanitary work in buildings, to enforce ord. of Nov. 30, 1891, in re 

Scagleoiar, E. , permit to erect barber pole at 5 S. Clark st 

Schlitz, Vincent, permit to erect shop on posts at 3205 Laurel st 

School Building at— 

Adams School, cor. Institute pi. and Market st., for addition to 

Adams st, bet. Kedzie and Spaulding avs 

Armour Street School, for addition to 

Carter School, Wabash av. and 51 st st., for addition to 

Cornell School, Drexel av. and 75th St., for addition to 

Elston av. site, to erect 

Evarts dv. and 61st st., to erect 



577 
894 



116 
191 



1310 

1433 

705 

1660 

1350 

1279 

308 

1310 

1433 

1310 

1433 

1909 

2564 

1548 

700 

392 

899 



1433 
936 
569 

849 



798 
350 
146 
1844 
2110 
1433 
1310 
1433 
1350 
1660 



936 



900 



1433 



377 
807 



548 

376 

976 
714 
71 
536 
846 
1017 
717 

852 
757 
644 
575 
2221 
887 

1475 

1908 

886 

644 

2150 
2150 
171 
325 
326 
121 
121 



901 



766 



766 



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School Building at — 

Fifty-fourth Street School, for addition to 

Fifty-fifth and Morgan sts 

Forty-sixth and Page sts. (cor.) 

Fulton St. and California av 

Garfield School site, Page and 53d sts. 

Grace st. and Sheffield av 

Hermosa School, for addition to 

Henry st, bet. Throop and Loomis sts 

Lincoln School, Larrabee st., near Belden av., for addition to 

Pacific School lot, at Central Park and Armitage avs 

Cor. Point and Cornelia sts 

St. Lawrence av. and 66th st., for 8 instead of 4 room building 

Sholto st, bet. Good and Better sts 

Vedder Street School, for addition to 

Washburne Scool, 14th, near Union sts., for addition to 

Wolcott Street School (Ravenswood), addition to 

Woodlawn School, for addition to 

Woodlawn Branch School, Hope av., near 64th st., for addition to 

School Site at — 

Adams st. (West), Block 2, Central Park 2d Addition 

Augusta st, near Noble st 

Desplaines and 89th sts, to purchase 

Dickens ^jUd Keeney avs. (cor.) 

Evarts av. and 6tst st, to purchase 

Fairfield av, bet. Hirsch and Thompson sts., for sale of 

Henry st, bet. Throop and Loomis sts 

Lots in Block 2, Schlesinger's Sub. (Page st.) 

Melville W. Fuller School, to purchase adjoining lot 

Melville W. Fuller School, for addition to 

School for the Blind, W. 19th St., fronting on Douglas Pk. (Morton's Sub.) 

String st, near 18th st 

Thomas av, near Belmont av 

Von Humboldt School, to purchase adjoining lot, cor. Talman av. and 
Hirsch st 

Washburne av. and Robey st 

Woodlawn Branch School, Hope av. near 64th st., for addition to 

School site and building, cor. Jefferson and 120th sts., to accept offer of W. 

Pullman Land Association and erect building 

Schultz, Fred, permit to erect brick cottage on Moore st 

Schultz, Fredk., claim for personal injuries 

Schumacher, F., permit to erect vestibule door at 146 Madison st 

Schwengel, Theo., permit to erect lamp post at 747 Wells st 

Scottish Assembly of Chicago, permit for banners ] 

Secord, B. C, claim for damage to wagon 

Seifert, Rud., permit for bay window 

Sergot, Frank, permit to complete addition to building, vetoed 

Re-con. and F. & W . 

Sewer in — 

Alley bet. Adams st. and Jackson blvd., Oakley and Western avs 

Alley from 46th to 47th sts., bet. Grand blvd. and Calumet av 

Alley south of 55th st, from Loomis st. to Ashland av., for repeal 

Alley, first west of Stewart av., from 59th to 60th sts .* \ 

Alley south of blvd. to 59th st 

Aberdeen st, from 56th to 57th sts 

Aberdeen st, from 57th to 59th sts \ 



Aberdeen st, from 65th to 66th sts 

Aberdeen st, from 65th to 67th sts 

Augusta st, from Campbell av. to Rockwell st , 

Avenue "J" (4th Avenue), from 95th to 97th sts. . . . 

Balmoral av, from Ashland av. to Clark st 

Bissell av, from Layton to 47th sts ■ 

Bissell av. and 75th st., for sewer to connect with. 

Bonaparte st, from Fake to Arch sts 

Bond av, from 71st to 75th sts 

Bronson st, from Center av. to Laflin st 



1567 



1610 

1844 

2123 

2204 

897 

311 

812 

897 

1010 

349 

259 

657 

2206 

540 



798 
1068 
1659 

812 



121 

325 

1290 

171 

325 

668 

325 

2149 

326 

668 

326 

324 

170 

171 

122 

1666 

2150 

2378 

758 

944 

170 

758 

121 

1941 

1562 

910 

170 

326 

2150 

1562 

1666 

171 
1941 

2378 

327 

575 
1076 

161 
1012 

537 
1477 

755 
1114 

1553 

978 



1893 



1567 



1106 



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Sewer ipL— 'ill 

' Bueiia av, tol extend into the lake 

Buena av, outlet at lake shore, to put in order before cold weather 

Butler (Clinton) st, from 121st to 123d sts 

California av, from I. & M. canal to the river 

Canal st, from 121st to 123d sts 

Carpenter st, from 65th to 67th sts 

Center av, from 70th to 75th sts 

Champlain st, from 32d to 33d sts 

Chase ct, from Blue Island av. to Coulter st 

Cologne st, from Fuller to Short sts 

Concord st, from Morgan st. to Union av 

Coi-nelia st, from Campbell av. to Eockwell st 

Cornelia st, from Western av. to Seymour st 

County Infirmary, to connect with sewer in Irving Park blvd Fin. 

County Infirmary, to connect with the sewer in Irving Park blvd., per- 
mit already given 

Crawford av, from Grand to Thorndyke avs 

Cromwell st, from Milwaukee to FuUerton avs 

Cross st, from Harrison St. to alley south of Colorado av., ord. of Oct. 
19, 1891, for repeal 

Cross st, from 31st to Lyman sts 

Dayton st, from Eastman st. to North av 

Douglas blvd, from Colorado av. to 12th st., east side 

Douglas blvd, from Colorado av. to Harrison st., west side 

Douglas blvd, from Hamlin to Bonney avs 

Douglas blvd, from 12th st. to Hamlin av., west side 

Drummond av. from Augusta st. to Linwood pi 

East Ravenswood Park, from alley south of Church rd. to alley north of 
Ridge av., for repeal 

East Ravenswood Park, from Graceland av. to Byron st 

Edbrooke pi, from Perry to Powell avs., to proceed with 



645 



1913 
575 

1913 
349 

2006 
798 
977 
716 
897 
259 



894 
1184 



711 



901 



Eighty-third st. Law Dept. to perfect appeal, etc., vetoed, 419. 



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Eighty -third st, etc.. Law Department to perfect appeal to Superior 

Coui't, etc 

Elias st, from Archer av. to Lyman st 

Emerald av, from 118th to 119th sts 

Emerald av, from 121st to 123d sts 

Fair (Oglesby) av, from 70th to 71st sts 

Fairview av, from Diversey av. to the railroad, to proceed with 

Farwell av, from 60th to 63d sts 

Farwell av, from 60th to 67th sts., for repeal — 

Fifth av, bet. 119th and 123d sts 

Fifty-first st, from Wood st. to P., C. & St. L. R. R 

Fifty-second st, bet. Cottage Grove and Drexel avs., by private contract. 

Fifty-second st, from Halsted to Morgan sts 

Fifty-fourth st, from Drexel to Woodlawn avs 

Fifty-sixth st, foot of. to extend to outer breakwater 

Fifty-seventh st, fi'om Ashland to Centre avs., for repeal 

Fifty-eighth st, from Centre to Ashland avs., for repeal 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wentworth av. to Halsted st 

Fletcher st, from Wood st. to east terminus 

Forest av, from Diversey to Elston avs., to proceed with -j 

Fortieth st. (West) and Madison st. system, to rebate 

Forty-first st, (West) from north side of Randolph st. to alley south of 
Park av , • 

Forty-third st, from Wentworth av. to Rock Island tracks 

Forty-fifth st. (West), 12th st., 47th St., Madison St., 48th st. and Grand 
av.. Drainage District 

Forty-sixth, 47th and 48th sts. (West), for repeal 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Clark st., for repeal 

Green st, from 71st to 75th sts 

Greenwood av, from Center to Everett sts. . , 

Hamlin av, from North to Grand avs 

Hamlin av, bet. 26th and 28th sts., for repeal • • • 

Hayes to Homan and from Lake to Columbia avs. (Rogers Park), for re- 
peal • 



420 



259 
53' 

574 
798 
103 
848 
848 
850 
85n 
393 

810 
2292 



259 
401 



420 



1617 



2221 

1914 

1914 

746 



1220 
1220 
1913 
1011 



115 



311 
1431 

815 
1844 
1844 
2293 

1843 



353 
2015 
1310 



703 
896 

1282 

310 

1843 

1845 

1433 

393 

645 

1490 



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ORDERS— Continued. 



Sewer in— 

Herndon st, from Byron av. to Grace st . 







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Herndon st, from Diversey north 450 feet, east side, for repeal 

Herndon st, from Wrightwood av. to Marianna st 

Homan av, from Belmont to Avondale avs 

Homan av, from North to Dickey avs 

Hope av, from 63d to 67th sts ,,, 

Hoyne av, from 33d st. to Bross av ,..*.... 

Humboldt av, from Western av. to Kockwell st 

Indiana av, for repeal 

Indiana av, from 90th st. to Calumet River 

Iowa st, from Campbell av. to Rockwell st 

Irving av, from Center to Everett sts 

Kedzie av, emptying into the I. & M. Canal, Law Dept. to report 

rights of the city in re 

Kenmore av, from Lawrence av. to Montrose blvd 

King pi, from Blucher st. east 

Kinney av, from 69th to 71st sts 

Lawrence av, from Huck av. to Leavitt st 

Lowe av, from Diana to n9th sts 

Lowe av, from 121st to 123d sts 

Luella av, from 73d to 74th sts 

May st, from 48th to 51st sts 

May st, from 55th to 59th sts 

Marshfield av. from 69th to 7Ist sts.. for repeal 

Melrose st, from Homan to Brunswick avs 

Milwaukee av, bet. Irving Park and Montrose blvd., for repeal 

Montrose blvd, from 50 feet west of Leavitt st. to Western av 

Morgan st, from 65th to 67th sts 

Nelson st, from Clybourn to Western avs 

Ninety-fifth st. (or Drainage District), to proceed 

North Fifty-ninth st, from Lincoln av. to river 

One Hundred and Third st, from Avenue "L" to 6th av 

One Hundred and Twenty-second st. from Stewart av. to Halsted st. 

Page st, from 47th to 49th sts 

Park av, from Center to Everett sts 

Parnell (Jefferson) st, from 121st to 123d sts 

Paulina st, from Belmont av. to Fletcher st 

Peoria st, from 66th to 67th sts 

Portland av, from 119th to 123d sts 

Powell av, at Nos. Ill to 113, property-owners to put in at once 

Ravenswood av, from Lincoln to Graceland avs 

St. Charles av, from Center to Everett sts 

Sangamon st, from 72d to 73d sts 

Selwyn av, from Center to Everett sts 

Selwyn av, from Linden av. to Montrose blvd 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. «fe P. Ry 

Seventy-first st, from Morgan to Bishop sts 

Seventy-fourth pi, from Bissell to Matteson avs 

Sheldon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Armitage av 

Sherman st, from 39th to 43d sts 



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Sixty-fifth ct, from Wright to Honore sts 

Sixty-seventh st, from Stony Island av. to I. C. R. R 

Southwest blvd, from 24th to Marvin sts 

State st, from 68th to 73d sts 

Stewart av, from 73d to 74th sts 

Stony Island av, from 73d to 75th sts., both sides 

Superior av, from 92d to 93d sts 

Sundry sewers Twenty-seventh ward, to proceed with 

System of, in Rogers Park 

System of, in Rogers Park, bet, C, M. & St. P. R. R., Hayes av., Lunt 
av. and Lake Michigan S. & A., N. D 

System of, in 27th and 28th sts., for repeal 

System of, bet. 39th and 63d sts., Oakley and Johnston avs.. Superin- 
tendent of Sewers to submit plan for 

System of, bet. 47th and 63d sts., Ashland av. and Wood st 

System of in. W. 48th st., Drainage District 



1012 



1012 

485 
810 
654 
756 

2565 
263 
890 

1286 

1286 
259 

1433 



744 
708 
899 
895 
1914 
914 
541 
897 
936 
481 
653 
654 
1.551 
1309 
983 



I480( 
2359 
1914 
145 
1433 
1913 
1843 
1 107i 
1913 



742 



1547 



201 
1433 

482 
1433 

704 

145 
2006 

698 
1433 

7<'4 

201 
570 

569 

2565 

495 

349 

700 

1187 



652 



645 



702 
310 



742 



542 

398 



484 



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System of,' in 56th, 57th and 58th sts., Justine, Laflin, Bishop, Loomis, 
Ada, Throop and Cook sts., and in alley south of blvd., from Loomis 
St. to Ashland av 

System of, bet. 59th and 63d sts., Centre and Ashland avs 

System of, bet. Wood st. and Oakley av., 49th and 55th sts 

Thirty-seventh st, from Gage to Laurel sts -j 

Thirty-eighth ct, from Ashland av. to Paulina st 

Troy st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Trumbull av, from Ohio st. to C. & N. W. R. R 

Truro st, from Albany to Kedzie avs • 

Twenty-fourth st, from Crawford to Hamlin avs., for repeal 

Twenty-fifth st, from Crawford to Hamlin avs., for repeal 

Twenty-sixth st, from Bonney to Hamlin avs 

Twenty-sixth ward, Warrant 17268, to resume work on 

Union av, from 118th to 119th sts •. 

Union av, from 121st to 123d sts • 

Vernon av, from Everett st. to the north Ime of Baxter's Sub., to pro- 
ceed with 

Vernon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st 

Wallace (Desplaines) st, from Diana to 119th sts 

Wallace (Desplaines) st, from 123d to 121st sts 

Wallace st, from 69th to 71st sts., for repeal 

Warner av. from Chicago River to 48th st, (west), for repeal. ■■■••• 

Warner av, from North Branch of River to 48th st., resc]#idmg order of 

1 July 24, 1893. .......;.;..... 

Warner av, from North Branch of River to Jefferson av 

Washburne av, from Lincoln to Robey sts 

Washington av, from Center to Everett sts 

Wellington st, from Ashland av. to Wood st. 

Western av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe blvd 

Shannon, John, permit to erect frame barn at Rockwell st. and Washtenaw 



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Shannon, J.; permit to erect frame barn at Moore st. and Washtenaw ay. . . . 
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897 
812 
160 
192 

1068 
491 

1604 
495 

1887 

1887 
303 



1914 
1914 



810 



539 



1433 
1914 
1913 
2005 
704 



Sheds, wooden sheds along I. C. R. R., rescinding order for. ................ 

Sheds, wooden sheds on sidewalk on FuUerton av. east of Halsted st., by 

what authority • 

Sheeler, H., permit to erect cottage 

Siddall, Frank, permit for building at 667-681 East 43d st 

Sidewalks — ^ , 

All after May 1st, 1893, by special taxation Jud . 

Adams st, from Throop to Paulina sts 

Adams st, from Western av. to Rockwell st 

Adams st, from Western to Sacramento avs 

Albany av, from Washington to Lake sts — 

Allen av, from Milwaukee to Homan avs 

Archer av, from Clark to State sts 

Archer av, from Hart av. to 39th St., north side 

Armour av, from 16th to 22d sts 

Ashland av, from 55th to 63d sts., rescinding stay order 

Austin av, from Diversey to FuUerton avs., south side 

Austin av, from Noble st. to Western av • • • • 

Austin av, from Paulina st. to Western av 

Avers av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Balmoral av, from Ashland av. to Clark st., north side 

Balmoral av, from E. Ravenswood pk. to Clark st., south side — 

Belle Plaine av, from Ashland av. to E. Ravenswood pk 

Belmont av, from Milwaukee to Central Park avs., south side 

Belmont av, from Milwaukee to Kedzie avs 

Belmont av, from Tracy av. to south side 105th st. , west side 

Bennett av, from 72d to 75th sts., for repeal 

Benzo st, from Elston av. to Lister st 

Birchell st, from Diversey av. to Humboldt blvd 

Blanchard av, from Smith av. to C. & A. tracks, west side 

Blanchard av, from 35th to 39th sts • 

Bloomingdale rd, from Humboldt blvd. to Kedzie av 

Blue Island av. and Hope st 

Bonfield st, from Hickory st. to C. & A. R. R., east side 



977 



90 



1480 
713 

1433 
653 

1882 



1016 
393 
491 
91 
254 
887 

1073 



895 



850 



1188 
118 



571 
1069 



162 



1073 



895 
574 
711 
491 
653 
653 

1012 
254 
255 
350 
541 
981 
981 
654 

1072 
259 
649 
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Bonney av, from 2Gth to 29th sts 

Bremen st, from Mjrtle to Cromwell sts., to proceed with 

Bross av, from Oakley to Western avs 

Butler st, from 33d to 35th sts 

Butler st, from 33d to 35th sts. (14 foot), for repeal 

Butler st, from 33d to 35th sts. (6 foot) 

Butler st, from 36th to 37th sts., east side 

Butler (Clinton) st, from 121st to 123d sts 

California av, from Belmont av. to Melrose st 

California av, from 39th to 47th sts., for repeal 

Calumet av. from 51st to 55th sts 

Calumet av, from 51st to 55th sts., for cement walk, and to repeal ord. 

for granolithic 

Calumet av, from P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. to 68th St., east side.,. , 

Canal st, from Lake to Van Buren sts 

Canal st, from 121st to 123d sts 

Canal -st, at southeast corner of 17th st \ 

Caroline st, from Grand blvd. to Vincennes av 

Carroll av, from Ada st. to Ashland av 

Carroll av, from Ada st. to St. Johns pi 

Carpenter st, from 89th to 91st sts 

Carpenter st, from Vincennes av. to 90th st 

Centre av, from 103d to 107th sts., east side, for repeal 

Center st, from Park av. to Washington St., north side 

Champlain av, from 42d to 43d sts. 

Champlain av, from 42d to 43d sts. , to place to grade 

Chicago av, from California to Grand avs., north side 

Chicago av, from Clark st. to the lake 

Chicago av, from St. Louis av. to 40th st 

Claremont av, from Harrison to Van Buren sts 

Clark st, from Chicago av. to Division st 

Clark st, from 12th to 22d sts., east side 

Clifton st, from Delaware av. to 40th st 

Clifton av, from Diversey av. to Boulevard, to proceed with 

Clinton st, from Lake to Van Buren sts 

Cologne st, at intersection of Lock and Fuller sts 

Cologne st, from Main to Fuller sts 

Columbia av, from Armitage to Humboldt avs 

Commercial st, bet. Clybourn place and Bloomingdale road., to lay from 

curb 

Congress Park, from Van Buren to Harrison sts 

Congress st, from California av.. to Francisco St., to raise to grade 

Congress st., from Wabash av. to alley east, south side 

Congress st, from Washtenaw to California avs., establish line of 

Courtlaud st, from Robey st. to Oakley av., to bring to grade . 

Cortland st, from Tripp to Keeney avs., south side 

Cottage Grove av, as to Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block 4, Cleaverville, to abate 

assessment 

Cottage Grove av, from 22d to 26th sts 

Cottage Grove avs, from 22d to 26th sts., for repeal 

Coulter st, from Hoyne av. to Robey st .• 

Crawford av, from 15th to 16th sts., west side . . : 

Cross st, from Lyman to 31st sts 

Cross st, from Lyman to 31st sts. (6-foot), for repeal 

Curtis st, from Madison to Lake sts • • • • • • 

Cvirtis av, from 106th to 1 lOth sts , • 

Cypress st, from Kendall st. to Ogden av 

Daley st, from 35th to 36th sts. , east side 

Daley st, from 35th to 36th sts., west side 

Davis st, from 63d to 67th sts 

Dearborn st, from 12th to 26th sts 

Dearborn st, from 12th to 26th sts . , for repeal 

Dearborn st, bet. 37th and 38th sts., remove to curb line 

Dearborn st, from 47th to 50th sts ; ■ ■ 

Dearborn st, bet. 47th and 50th sts., for repeal. 

Dearborn st, from 49th to 50th sts ■ 



977 



89 

976 

1239 

1239 

976 

1914 

1550 

1881 

115 

311 

1385 

846 

1914 

1836 

1887 

841 

939 

977 

2294 

2294 

701 

485 

698 



1070 
708 
491 
802 
708 
886 
896 



2015 



976 
811 



1476 



647 
1012 



1477 



312 



258 



354 



261 
389 
390 



710 



815 



886 

2222 

1016 

703 

740 

1181 

1181 

806 

697 

888 

1550 

1480 

745 

886 

1835 

2559 

1011 

2564 

350 



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Dearborn st, from 53d. to 55th sts., for repeal of ord. for removal to curb 

line 

Dearborn st, from 53d st. to Garfield blvd., rescinding order of Sept. 19, 

189.i, for placing to curb line 

Dearborn st, from 54th st. to Garfield blvd., by private contract 

Dearborn av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Dearborn av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., for repeal 

Delaware av, from C, B. & Q. E. R. to 26th st 

Desplaines st, from Monroe to Lake sts 

Desplaines st, from 100th to 101 st sts., west side 

Desplaines st, from 100 to 103d sts., east side 

Desplaines st, from 102d to 103d sts., except front of Lots 9 and 10, Blk. 43 

Diversey av, from Maplewood depot to Kedzie av 

Division st, from Ashland to California avs 

Division st, from Ashland to Drummond avs., for repeal 

Dreyer st, from 53d to 55th sts 

Duncan av, from Eailroad av. to 77th st. . .-w 

East Ravenswood Park, from N. 59th st. to Webster av 

East Ravenswood Park, from Webster to Balmoral avs 

Eberhart av, from 58th ct, to 59th st 

Edgar st, from North av. to Clybourn pi 

Eighteenth st, from Clark to State sts 

Eighteenth st, from State st. to Calumet av 

Eighty -third st, from Central av. west, etc., north side 

Eighty-sixth st, from Buffalo to Greenbay avs., north side 

Eighty-eighth st, from I. C. R. R. tracks to South Chicago av., annulling 

stay order 

Elgin st, bet. Purple st. and Stewart av., raise to grade. 

Elgin st, from Purple st. to Stewart av., property owners to erect at once 

Elizabeth av, from 79th to 80th sts., west side 

Elm st, from Vincennes av. to E. Meridian st., north side, for repeal 

Elm St. (105th St.), from Vincennes rd. to E. Meridian st 

Elston av, from Bradley to Sloane sts 

Elston av, from Forest Glen av. to Carpenter Bridge rd., north side, for 

repeal 

Elston av, from Snow st. to Diversey av 

Emerald av, bet. 118th and 119th sts 

Emerald av, bet. P., C. & St. L. R. R. and 123d st 

Escanaba av, from 93d to 95th sts 

Euclid av, from 73d to 74th sts., for repeal 

Eugenie and Menominee sts., Sedgwick st. and Hudson av., bet. 

Evans av, from 44th to 45th sts 

Everett st, bet. Greenwood and Lexington avs., for repeal 

Evergreen av, from Milwaukee av. to Park st 

Everett st, bet. Woodlawn and Greenwood avs, why repeal ord. is not 

reported 

Evdng av, from 100th to 106th sts. 

Ewing av, from 101st to 102d sts 

Ewing pi, from Robey to Leavitt sts. (7-foot) 

Ewing pi, from Robey to Leavitt sts., for repeal 

Ewing pi. from Robey to Leavitt sts., for repeal (6-foot) 

Exchange av. crossing, from S. Chicago av. to Anthony av 

Fairmount av. from 26th st. to Ogden av., west side 

Fall st, from Lake st. to Warren av., east side 

Fifth av, from 119th to 123d sts 

Fifteenth st, from State to Clark sts 

Fifteenth st, from State to Clark sts, for repeal 

Fiftieth st, from Cottage Grove to Drexel avs 

Fiftieth st, from Western to Blanchard avs 

Fifty-first st, from Blanchard to Kedzie avs 

Fifty-first st, from Grand blvd, to Cottage Grove av., for repeal 

Fifty-first st, from Homan to Genesee avs., north side 

Fifty-first st, from Kedzie to Spaulding avs., north side 

Fifty-first st, from Wallace st. to Ashland av 

Fifty-third st, from Drexel to East End avs 

Fiftv-third st, from East End to Drexel avs 

Fifty -third st, from Halsted to Wallace sts 

Fifty-third st, from Lexington to Drexel avs 

Fifty-fourth pi, from Lake to Jefferson avs 



654 



708 
1551 
896 
846 
253 
253 
253 
353 



260 
482 
840 

2122 
6.53 
702 

1112 
534 
886 

1659 
987 



1659 
701 
311 

1315 

396 

573 

1914 

1914 

2004 

987 

650 

698 

313 

260 



744 
569 



1662 



698 
390 

577 



1187 
746 
260 

1070 
260 

2004 
896 
742 

1915 
886 

1835 
252 
812 
145 

1548 
145 
145 

1010 

2360 
115 

1011 
700 

1221 



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Fif ty-f ourth st, from Ellis to Woodlawn avs 

Fifty-fifth St, from Lake to Washington avs., north side, for repeal. 
Fifty-sixth st, from Kedzie av. to C. & G. T. R. R., for repeal 

Fifty-seventh st, from State st. to Went worth av 



Fifty-eighth ct, from Eberhart to Central Park avs 

Fifty-ninth st, from Ashland av. to State st 

Fifty-ninth st, from Halsted st. to Centre av 

Fillmore st, from California to Kedzie avs., to raise to grade 

Filhnore st, from Kedzie to California avs., to raise to grade 

Fisk st, from Springfield av. to Musprat st 

Flournoy st, from Francisco st. to Sacramento av., to raise to grade 

Forrestville av, from 45th to 46th sts 

Fortieth st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Fortieth st (West), from Colorado to Lexington avs 

Fortieth st (West), from 16th to 18th sts., west side 

Fortieth st, from Lake av. to Michigan ter., south side, permit owner to 

place at curb line instead of lot line 

Fortieth st (West), from Lake to Randolph sts 

Fortieth st, from Prairie av. to alley bet. Prairie and Calumet avs., south 

side 

Forty-first st, from Grand blvd. to Vincennes av 

Forty-first st (West), from Ogden av. to C, B. & Q. R. R., west side 

Forty-first st (West), from 26th to Pearl sts., east side 

Forty-first st (West), from 26th st. to alley bet. Pearl and 25th sts., west 

side 

Forty-second pi, from Vincennes to St. Lawrence avs 

Forty-second st, from Michigan av. to State st 

Forty-second st (West), from 26th st. to alley bet. Pearl and 26th sts., 

west side 

Forty -third st (West), from Jackson to Gladys sts 

Forty-third st, from State st. to Grand blvd., to place to grade 

Forty-fourth st, from Langley to Champlain avs 

Forty -fifth st, from Michigan av. to Grand blvd., to proceed with 

Forty-seventh st, from State st. to Grand blvd., to place to grade 

Forty-eighth st (West), from Madison to Jackson sts 

Forty-ninth st, bet. Cottage Grove and St. Lawrence avs., permit to lay 

to curb 

Forty -ninth st, from Vincennes av. to Grand blvd., permit to lay at 

curb line 

Fourteenth st, from Lincoln to Leavitt sts. . . ; 

Fourteenth st, from State st. to Wabash av 

Francisco st, from Madison to Kinzie sts 

Fullerton av, from C. & N. W. R. R. to Milwaukee av., to bring to grade 

Fulton st, from Kedzie av. to Central Park blvd., for repeal 

Fulton st, from Sheldon st. to Ashland av 

Garfield av, from Lawrence av. to Clay st 

George st, bet. Ashland av. and Perry st., for repeal 

Gladys av. east to alley 

Grace st, from Ashland av. to Clark st 

Grace st, from Clark to Hemdon sts., north side 

Grace st, from Clark st. to Southport av 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Clark st., south side, for repeal 

Graceland av, from Perry to Clark sts, south side 

Grant av, from 39th st. to C. & A. tracks 

Grant av, from Wabansia av. north 250 feet, west side 

Grant pi, from Huok av. to Robey st 

Greenwich st, from Robey to Leavitt sts., to bring to grade 

Greenwood av, from Everett to Douglas sts. , east side 

Grenshaw st, from Kedzie to Spaulding avs 

Gross st, from Edwards to Eastman sts., west side 

Haines ct, from Lyman st. to Archer av 

Hamlin av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Harding av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Harmon ct, from Wabash to Michigan avs., to raise to grade 

Harrison st, from W. 40th to W. 43d sts., south side 

Harrison st, from 41st to 42d sts., north side 

Harrison st, bet. Kedzie and Spaulding avs., to raise to grade 

Harvard st, from California av. to Francisco st., to raise to grade 



1431 
1107 

570 
1432 
1550 

702 
1011 

936 



646 
1068 
1349 
1221 

491 
1350 

896 



1844 

841 
698 
201 
703 

703 
5^361 
2294 

896 
936 



935 
'763 



495 
361 
939 



491 
261 
397 

1608 
812 

1012 
844 
843 

1433 
705 
843 

1550 
397 



2563 
2561 
843 
976 
491 
491 



2563 
1011 



647 



481 



312 



699 
312 



656 
1074 



648 



710 



1067 



2218 
1183 



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Harvard st, from California to Kedzie avs., to raise to gi'ade 

Harvard st, from California to Kedzie avs., to raise to gi'ade 

Harvard st, from 75th st. to 133 feet south of 74th st 

Hastings st, from Lincoln to Eobey sts 

Hickory st, from Main to Cologne sts 

Hickory st, from Main to Cologne sts., (6-foot), for repeal 

Hickory st, from Main to Cologne sts. , (14-foot) 

Hoffman av, from Maplewood depot to Elston av 

Hoffman av, from Milwaukee to Diversey avs., to place to gi'ade 

Homan av, from Centre to Gardner avs 

Homan av, from 66th to 67th sts., for repeal 

Houston av, from 82d to 83d sts 

Hoyne av, from IVIilwaukee to Armitage avs., to bi-ing to grade 

Hoyne av, from Wabansia to Armitage avs., to repeal ord. for cement 
walk and new ord. for wooden 



Huck av, fi'om Lawrence av. to Clay st < 

Himiboldt av, across C. & N. W. R. E 

Humboldt av, fi'om Columbia av. to new railroad tracks, north side 

Humboldt st. from North to Armitage avs 

Hunting av, from Ii-ving Park blvd. to C. & N. W. R. R., west side 

Hunting av, from Lot 34, Block 4. to C. & N. W. R. R 

Hm'on st, from St. Louis av. to 40th st 

Indiana av, from 12th to 26th sts 

Indiana av, from 13th to 26th sts., cement, for repeal 

Indiana av, from 62d to 63d sts 

Indiana av, from 67th to 69th sts 

Indiana av, from 69th to 71st sts., west side 

Indiana av, from 103d st. to Calumet River 

Indiana st, fi'om Paulina st. to Western av 

Indiana st, from St. Louis av. to 4' 'th st 

Iowa st, from RockweU st. to Washtenaw av 

Irvmg Park blvd, from Western to Kedzie avs., north side 

Jackson av, from Clark st. to Forest a v. (Rogers Park) 

Jackson st, from Halsted to Canal sts. S. & A., W. D 

Jackson st, from Halsted to Canal sts 

James av. from Laiu-el to Benson sts 

Jefferson st, from Lake to Van Buren sts 

Jefferson st, from 100th to 101st sts., west side 

Jefferson st, from lOCth to 103d sts., east side : 

Jeffrey av, from 75th to 77th sts., for repeal 

Kedzie av, from Archer av. to 49th St., west side 

Kedzie av, from Elston to Warner avs., east side 

Kedzie av. from 47th to 51st sts., east side 

Kedzie av, from 49th to 63d sts., east side, for repeal 

Kedzie av, from Lake st. to Chicago av 

Kedzie av, from Madison st. to Chicago av 

Kedzie av, from 19th st. to C, B. & Q. R. R 

Kedzie av, from North av. to Palmer square 

Kenmore av, from Lawrence av. to Montrose blvd 

Kimbark av, from 51st to 52d sts., east side - 

Kimbark av, from 54th to 55th sts 

Kimbark av, from 100 feet south of 55th st. to 57th st 

Kimball av, from Fullerton to Humboldt avs 

Lake st, from Hamlin av. to 40th st 

La Salle av, from Di'sision to Clark sts 

La Salle st, from 55th st. to Cloud ct., for repeal 

La Salle st, from 55th st. to south teraiinus 

La Lalle st, from 60th to filst sts., for repeal 

La Salle st, bet. Washington and Randolph sts.. east side, to put in repair 

Laurel av, from Belmont av. to Montrose st., west side 

Lawndale av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

La\\Tidale av, from 26th to 28th sts 

Lawrence av, from Clark st. to Ashland av., north side 

LawTence av. from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R. tracks 

Lea\itt st, from Campbell Park to Flouraoy st. (concrete) 

Leavitt st, from Campbell Park to Flouraoy st 

Leavitt st, from Campbell Park to Flournoy St., to take from file and to 
S. & A., W. D 



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304 



647 



1221 

718 

576' 

1068 

1068 

353 



It 70 



254 

I88O; 
987 



394 

397 

1072 



710 



811 



2206 
489 

2363 
843 
491 
886 

2108 
990 

1285 

1285 
816 
889 
491 

2367 
811 
808 



698 



544 

1017 

846 

253 

253 

1911 

1186 

1223 

1186 

1909 

1112 

939 

1069 

485 

744 

115 

2294 

1547 

1223 

647 

487 

655 

1011 

2204 



1550 
491 

1837 
705 
810 



1664 



574 
751 






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Leland av. from Sheridan Eoad to Pemberton st 

Lexington av. between Albany and Central Park avs., to establish at curb 
Lexington av, from 66th to 67th sts., east side 

Lill av, from Sheffield to Eacine avs -J 

Lime st, from Archer av. to 27th st 

Lincoln av. from Berteau av. to Montrose blvd 

Lincoln av. from Clay st. to Washington av.. west side, for repeal 

Lincoln st. from 49th to 50th sts.. east side 

Lincoln st. from Lake to Tan Bnren sts 

Linden av, from Selwyn to Park avs.. west side 

Logan St. fi'om C. & A. E. E. to Hickoiy st 

Logan av. fi-om S7th to 90th sts.. for repeal 

Loomis st, from Madison to Van Buren sts.. to withhold warrants to 

contractoi*s until walks are properly laid 

Loomis St. from Van Buren to Polk sts". 

Loomis St. from Van Bm-en to Polk sts.. cement, for repeal 

Loomis St. from Van Bm-en to Polk sts., plank 

Lowe av, bet. Diana and 119th sts 

Lowe av, from 121st st. to P. C. & St. L. E. E 

McAlpine st. from S5th st. to Bross av. 

McLean av. from W. 4Sth st. to C. & N. W. E. E 

Mackinaw av, fi-om S7th to 9-2d sts.. for repeal 

Madison st, fi-om Paulina to Eockwell sts 

Madison av. from 60th to 6M sts 

Main st. fi-om Archer av. to the river 

Maple St. from Halsted st. to TTnion av. , north side 

Maplewood av. from Fulleiton av. to Hiunboldt blvd 

Mather st. from Halsted to Desplaines sts 

Milwaukee av, from Depot st. to > . 59th St., east side 

Milwaukee av. from Elderkin to Clark sts.. northeast side 

Milwaukee av. from Logan sq. to Jefferson av ' 

Milwaukee av, from Maynard st. to Carpenter road 

Monroe st, bet. Albany and Kedzle avs 

Monroe st, from Kedzle to Homan avs 

Monroe st. bet. Kedzie and Homan avs.. for repeal 

Montrose blvd. from Alexander av. to Halsted st 

Morgan st, east side i 

Morgan st, from Lake to Van Bm-en sts 

Musprat st. from 3lst to 34th sts 

Murray st, from 99th to inoth sts., for repeal 

MuiTay St. bet. sundry points 

Myrtle' av, fi'om Elm st. to alley north side of street (Norwood Park) — 

Xelson St. from Paulina st. to Ashland av.. north side 

ZSTineteenth st. from Clark to State sts 

Ninety-first st . and streets crossing same, recently destroyed by fire, to 

replace them 

Xinety-second st, from B. & O. E. E. to Ewing av 

Ninety-third st. from Stony Island to Luella avs 

Ninety-seventh St. from Ewing av. east to the lake, for repeal 

Ninetv-eighth st. from Ewing av. east to the lake, north side, for repeal. 
Ninety-ninth st, from Walden station (C, E. I. & P. E. E.) to Forest av. . 

Nixon St. fi-om Polk to Taylor sts 

Noble av, from Ashland av. to Paulina st.. south side 

Noith av. and Clark st. northwest comer, to repair 

North Fiftv-ninth st. from Evanston av. to Magnolia St.. south side 

Nutt av, from 73d to 74th sts ^ 

Oakenwald av. from 42d to 4M sts • 

Oakenwald ave. bet. 42d and 43d sts., west side, to place to grade 

Oaklev av. from 34th st. to Bross av 

Oakley av, fi-om 63d to 67th sts 

Ogden av. fi-om Albany to Homan avs 

Oglesby av. from 67th "to 71st sts. . east side, for repeal 

Ohio St. from Center av. to Paulina st 

Ohio St. from 48th to 50th sts., noith side 

Ohio St. fi'om Paulina St. to Western av 

Ohio St. from St. Louis av. to 40th st 

One Hundred and Fifth st, from Belmont to Armida avs., south side 



2562 

2367 

565 

309 

572 

1068 

1012 

1907 

145 

574 

254 

1068 

202 



1016 

2367 

2367 

1914 

1914 

2109 

^63 

144 

1554 

1847. 

976 

1108 

2111 

742 

1432 

1222 

310 

201 

304 

355 

1838 

^5 

649 

806 

1017 

746 

253 

2206 

147 

886 



1187 
202 

252 j 
252 
202 
646 

147 



3081 
144 
697; 
311 



303 



899 



103 



312 



89 

745! 
2368 . 

541 . 

575!. 
^63|. 

491 . 

4911. 

350 . 



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One Hundred and Sixth st, from Highland av. to 106th St., north side 

One Hundred and Seventh st, from Michigan av. to I. C. R. R 

One Hundred and Eleventh st. from Michigan av. to State St., south side 

Ontario st, from W. 52d to Lydiard st., south side 

Palmer av, from 67th to 71st sts., for repeal 

Park av, from Center to Willis sts., west side 

Park av, from W. 48th to 52d sts 

Park av, from Montrose blvd. to Elston av., east side 

Park av, from Montrose blvd. to Elston av., west side 

Park av, from Montrose blvd. to Elston av 

Park av, from Montrose blvd. to Elston av., for repeal 

Park av, from 22d to 26th sts., south side 

Park av, from 101st to 103d sts., west side 

Parnell (Jefferson) st, from 121st to 123d sts 

Paulina st, from Belmont to Clyboum avs., for repeal 

Paulina st, from Belmont av. to Dunning st 

Paulina st, from 49th to 50th sts , 

Paulina st, from Madison to Indiana sts 

Paulina st, from Noble av. to Nelson St., east side 

Pearl st, from Delaware av. to 40th st 

Pearson st, from Rush st. to Lake Michigan, to proceed with 

Pearson st, from Rush st. to east terminus, north side, to proceed 

Pearson st, from State st. to east terminus, rescind stay order 

Peoria st, from Madison to Lake sts 

Perry av, for repeal 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs., for repeal. . .S. & A., W. D. 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs. 

Phinney av, from Jackson to Van Buren sts 

Polk st, from California to Kedzie avs., to raise to grade 

Polk st, from Sibley to Loomis sts 

Portland av, from 119th to 123d sts 

Powell av, bet. Milwaukee and FuUerton avs., to lay it 18 inches from 

lot line 

Powell av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs., to complete 

Prairie av, bet. 38th and 39th sts., east side, by private contract 

Prairie av, bet. 40th and 42d sts., east side, to place to grade 

Prairie av, from 67th to 69th sts., west side 

Prescott st, from Crawford to Irving avs., south side, for repeal 

Prescott st, from Crawford to St. Charles avs., south side, for repeal — 

Prescott st, from Syracuse av., one block east 

Prescott st, from St. Charles st. to railroad tracks, south side 

Prescott st, from Syracuse av. one block east, south side, for repeal 

Prescott st, from Syracuse av. one block east, north side 

Railroad st, from Farewell to Pratt avs. (Rogers Park) 

Randolph st, from the river to Halsted st 

Ranpolph st, from the river to Halsted St.. rescinding stay order of 

October 3, 1892 

Rice st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av ■] 



Ridgeland av, from North av. to C, M. & St. P. R. R 

Ridgeland av, from North av. to C, M. & St. P. R. R., for repeal. . 

Ridgeway av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

Robey st, from Graceland to Belle Plaine aves 

Roscoe st, from Clark to Halsted st., south side, to place to grade. 

Roscoe st, from Sheffield av. to Perry st 

Rumsey st, from Ohio to Indiana sts 

St. Clair st, from Michigan to Illinois sts 

St. Johns pi, from Lake st. to Arbour pi 

St. Lawrence av, from 47th to 51st sts., east side 

Sacramento av, from 12th to Fillmore sts. rescinding stay order. . 
Sacramento av, from 12th to Fillmore sts., to proceed with. 



Sacramento av, from Van Buren to Congress sts., to raise to grade 

Sangamon st, west side 

Sangamon st, from Madison to Van Buren sts 

Sangamon st, from 65th to 66th sts 

Seeley av, from first alley south of Madison st. to Adams st., for repeal 
Seeley av, from Madison to Van Buren sts 



648 



350 
542 

1547 

2292 

1846 
895 

2292 
985 
254 

2206 
654 
717 
253 

1914 
652 
485 

1108 
646 
147 
896 



806 
1351 



1434 

1554 

304 

355 

1915 



1285 
1433' 
1882 
811 
2563 
1222 



485 
649 



1885 
2367 

146 
1844 

491 
11U9 



1109 
575 
807 
575 
115 

1431 



649 
806 
2362 
492 
713 



808 
937 
937 



259 

1553 

390 

312 



1222 



no 



982 



712 
849 
889 
261 



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Seeley av, from Madison to Van Buren sts., for repeal 

Seipp av, from 69th to 71st sts., west side 

Seipp av, east side of, to abate assessment and not build the walk, bet. 
73d and 75th sts 

Seminary av, from Maud av. to Center st 

Seventeenth st, from Canal st. to alley east, south side 

Seventeenth st, from Clark to State sts 

Seventeenth st, from Robey to Wood sts • 

Seventieth st, from Stony Island av. to I. C. R. R 

Seventieth st, from Vincennes av. to State st 

Seventy-first st, from Bond av. to east terminus, south side, for repeal . . 

Seventy-first st, from Jeffrey to Yates avs., north side, for repeal 

Seventy-first st, from Vincennes to La Fayette avs., south side 

Seventy-second st, from Yates to Railroad avs., south side 

Seventy-second st, from Yates to Railroad avs., north side, for repeal. . . 

Seventy-third st, from Bissell st. to Railroad av., south side 

Seventy-third st, from Brooks st. to Stony Island av 

Seventy-third st, from Jeffrey to Railroad avs., to proceed with 

Seventy-third st, from Seipp to Jeffrey avs., north side, to forfeit con- 
tract for 

Seventy-third st, from Yates av. to Bissell av., south side, for repeal '.!'. '. 

Seventy-third st, from Yates av. east 374 feet, north side ; 

Seventy-fourth st, to abate the assessment for and not build walk on 
north sid.e, bet. Yates and Oglesby avs 

Seventy-fifth st, from Railroad av. to Bond av 

Seventy-fifth st, from Railroad av. to Lake av 

Seventy-eighth st, from Greenwood to Cottage Grove avs., approved. . . . 

Seventy-mnth st, from Bond av. to Cheltenham beach, north side 

Seventy-nmth st, bet. Wright and Sherman sts., to place to grade 

Seventy-ninth st, front of Lots 20 and 21, bet. Weight st. and C, R. I. & 
P. R. R 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Armitage av ..!!.!..... . . . . . 

Sherman st, from 67th to 69th sts., west side 

Sibley st, from Macalister pi. to Gilpin pi 

Sixteenth st, from State to Clark sts 

Sixteenth st, from State st. to Prairie av 

Sixty-first st, from I. C. R. R. to Stony Island av •{ 

Sixty-first st, from Wentworth av. to alley west, south side 

Sixty-first st, from Wentworth to Princeton avs., north side 

Sixty-third st, from Halsted st. to Ashland av., for repeal 

Sixty-fourth st, from Western av. to Leavitt st 

Sixty-fifth ct, from Wright to Honore sts 

Sixty-fifth St. (S. E. cor.) and Cottage Grove av 

Sixty-fifth st, from Western av. to Leavitt st 

Sixty-sixth st, from I. C. R. R. to Woodlawn av 

Sixty-sixth st, from Western av . to Leavitt st 

Sixty-sixth st, from Woodlawn to Dauphin avs 

Sixty-seventh st, cor. Rhodes av 

Sixty-seventh st, from State st..to Wabash av., place to grade 

Sixty-seventh st, from Western av. to Leavitt st 

Sixty-eighth st, from Cottage Grove av. to alley west of Evans av., north 
side 

Sixty-eighth st, from South Park to Calumet avs., north side 

Sixty-eighth st, from Wright to Wallace sts., permit to place to curb 

Smith av, from Pearson to Kedzie avs., north side 

South Chicago, from 77th to 79th sts., south side 

South Chicago av, from 81st to 87th sts 

South Chicago av, from 93d to 95th sts., northeast side 

South Normal Park way, from Wright st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., Stew- 
art av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., and from southeast cor. Normal 
School grounds to C, R. I. & P. depot 

South Park av, from 22d to 26th sts 

South Park av, from 32d to 35th sts 

South Park av, from 74th to 75th sts 

Southport av, from Graceland av. to Otto st : 

Southport av, from Lunt to Prospect avs., east side 

Spaulding av, from Madison to Harrison sts., east side 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd ■. 



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1659 
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1 1547 
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482 

2364 

569 

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12358 

1283 
482 

1880 
745 
569 

2004 
745 
479 
745 
565 
478 

1187 
745 

1430 

1285 



654 

2124 

1846 

202 



145 
886 

1239 
542 

1109 
401 
848 
849 



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Spring: st, from State st. to Wentworth av — 
Springfield av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago ay. 

State st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av 

State st, from 12th to 26th sts 

State st, from 51st to 53d sts., west side 

State st, from 56th to 58th sts 

Stevens st, from Jackson to Van Buren sts. . . 



Stewart av, from "Washington to Madison sts 

Stony Island av, L. S. & M. S. and P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., to lay across 

their right of way 

Stony Island av, from P. & Ft. W. R. R. to Anthony av., east side 

Stony Island av, from 67th to 68th sts., east side 

Stony Island av, from 67th so 68th sts., for repeal 

Stony Island av, from 67th to 79th sts 

Stony Island av, from 77th to 79th sts., west side 

Stone st, from Goethe to Banks sts 

Stone st, from Scott to Goethe sts 

SuUivan ct, from Lyman to 31st sts 

Summerdale av. from East Ravenswood Park to Clark st 

Sundry streets in Thirty-first ward 

Superior av. from 85th to 86th sts., west side 

Superior av, from 90th to 92d sts., to build (in place of one burned) 

Talman av, from North av. to Hirsch st 

Taylor st, from California to Kedzie avs., south side, for repeal 

Thirteenth st, from Wabash av. to alley east, south side 

Thirteenth st, from Indiana av. to State st 

Thirtieth ward, to proceed with where ordered 

Thirty-second st, from Clark st. to Portland av., (6-foot) 

Thirty-second st, from Clark st. to Portland av., (6-foot), for repeal 

Thirty-second st, from Clark st. to Portland av., (8-foot) 

Thirty-second st, from Robey to Wood sts 

Thirty-second st, from UUman to Wall sts 

Thirty-third st, from Halsted to Laurel sts., south side 

Thirty-third st, from Stewart av. to Wallace st 

Thirty-fourth ct, from Halsted to Laurel sts 

Thirty-fourth st, from Hoyne to Western avs 

Thirty-fourth st, from Rhodes to South Park avs 

Thirty-fifth st, from Archer to Western avs 

Thirty-fifth st, from South Branch of river to Archer av. to accept as 14 

feet all walks 6 feet wide and over 

Thirty-fifth st, from Western to California avs., south side 

Thirty-sixth st, from Halsted to Laurel sts 

Thirty -sixth pi, from Vincennes to Rhodes avs., north side 

Thirty -sixth st, from Vincennes to Rhodes avs., for repeal 

Thirty-seventh st, from west line of Cottage Grove av. to east line of first 

alley west 

Thirty-seventh st, from 90 feet east of Cottage Grove av. to I. €. R. R., 

north side 

Thirty-seventh st, from Grand blvd. to Vincennes av., south side 

Thirty -seventh st, from Lake av. to I. C. R. R., south- side 

Thirty-seventh st, from Lake av. to east terminus, to proceed with 

Thirty-seventh st, from Vernon to Vincennes av., north side 

Thirty-eighth st, from Ashland av. to Paulina st 

Thirty-eighth st, from Hart to Kedzie av 

Thirty-eighth st, southwest cor. of Union av 

Thirty-ninth st. from Halsted st. to Stewart av., north side 

Thirty-ninth st, from Langley to Cottage Grove av., south side 

Thirty-ninth st, bet. Prairie and Calumet avs., north side, by private 

contract 

Thomas av, from Humboldt blvd. to Milwaukee av 

Thomas st, from Western to California avs 

Trov st, from 12th st to Boulevardway 

Troy st, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd 

Troy st, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd., for repeal 

Troy st, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd., amend ord. of Sept: 18, so 

as to place at lot instead of curb line 

Trumbull av, from Central Park blvd. to Ohio st 

Trumbull av, from Huron to Indiana sts 



644 

491 

708 

643 

1432 

1011 

354 

491 

1072 



2124 

541 

1187 

541 

2124 

1184 

1071 

715 

653 

1073 

899 

1610 

1553 

2291 

88 

886 



1835 

2108 

2108 

1603 

263 

192 

263 

798 

263 

2108 

2109 



840 



1283 



896 
798 
496 
797 

975 

263 
496 
263 



496 

2220 

1108 

1835 

976 

480 



1435 
889 
801 
940 
940 

940 

197 

1604 



976 



1555 



390 



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Sidewalks- 
Turner st, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd 

Twelfth st, from 44th st. to P . , C. & St. L. K. E., south side 

Twelfth st, from Hall to Albany avs., north side 

Twelfth st, from Troy st. to Central Park av. , to raise to grade 

Twentieth st, from State to Clark sts 

Twentieth st, from State st. to I. C. K. R 

Twenty-first st, from State st. to I. C. R. R 

Twenty-first st, from State st. to I. C. R. R., cement, for repeal 

Twenty-first st, from Clark to State sts 

Twenty-second st, bet. Albany av. and Troy st 

Twenty-second st, from Albany av. to Troy st., west side, rescinding 

order for 

Twenty -second st, from State to Clark sts 

Twenty-third st, from Armour to Wabash avs 

Twenty-fourth st, from Fairmount av. to 40th st 

Twenty -fourth st, from Fairmount av. to 40th st, for repeal 

Twenty-fourth st, cor. Indiana av., to put in order 

Twenty-fourth st, from South Park av. to State st 

Twenty-fourth st, from State st. to Armour av 

Twenty-fourth st. bet. Whipple st. and Southwest blvd 

Twenty -fifth st, from Delaware av. to 40th st 

Twenty-fifth st, from South Park av. to State st 

Twenty-fifth st, from State st. to Armour av 

Twenty-sixth st, from S. Park av. to State St., north side 

Twenty-sixth st, from State street to Armour av., north side 

Twenty-sixth st, from Western to Sacramento avs 

Twenty-ninth st, from Michigan av. to the lake 

Union av, from 60th to 61st sts., west side 

Union av, from 63d to 67th sts., to place to curb 

Union av, bet. 118th and 119th sts 

Union av, bet. 121st and 123d sts 

Union st, bet. sundry points 

Vail st, from 63d to 67th sts 

Van Buren st, from Morgan to Sangamon sts 

Wabash av, from 12th to 22d sts 

Wabash av, from 35th to 39th sts 



Wabash av, from 47th to 48th sts \ IrprocSd wS^" " .' .' .' .' [ 



Wabash av, bet. 51st and 55th sts 

Wabash av, bet. 69th and 70th sts 

Walden Park way, from 95th to 99th sts., west side 

Wall st, from 31st to 34th sts 

Wall st, from 500 ft. south of 33d st 

Wall st, from 33d to 34th sts 

Wallace (Desplaines) st, from Diana to 119th sts 

Wallace st, from 84th to 87th sts., for repeal 

Wallace (Desplaines) st, from 121st to 123d sts 

Wallace st, from 79th to 81sts., to place to grade 

Wallace st, from 63d to Chestnut sts., west side 

Walnut st, from East Ravenswood Park to Clark st 

Walnut st, from 95th to 99th sts 

Ward av, from 35th to 36th sts., west side 

Washburn av, from Lincoln st. to Robey st 

Washington st, from Canal to Halsted sts 

Washington st, from Canal to Halsted sts., rescinding stay order of Oct 
3, 1892 

Washington st. (under control of Park Commissioners), to repeal War 
rant 14191 

Washtenaw av, from 22d st. to Burlington rd., east side 

Webster av. from Lincoln to Western av 

Webster st, from North Ravenswood Park to Western av 

Wentworth av, from 45th to 47th sts 

Wentworth av, from 119th to 123d sts., west side 

Western av, Chicago to North avs 

Western av, from Fulton st. to Park av 

Western and Kedzie avs, across C. & N. W. R. R. right of way, Wiscon- 
sin Division, between 

Western av, from Madison to Harrison sts 

Western av, from 63d to b7th sts., east side 



1435 
811 

888 
646 
887 
886 
886 

2108 
887 

1663 



886 
2368 
896 
886 
886 
886 
886 
495 
941 
1108 



887 

886 

896 

1282 



1914 
1914 
253 
745 
649 
301 
716 



311 

1309 

1481 

1017 

2109 

90 

1914 

746 

1914 

701 

702 

653 

1481 

1550 

713 

649 



1837 
1881 
1882 
1659 
1915 
889 
848 

573 

1349 

745 



1837 



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709 
570 



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Sidewalks- 
Western av, from 33d st. to Illinois and Michigan Canal, west side 

Winchester av, from 49th to 50th sts., east and west sides, (two orders). 

AVinchester av, from Polk st. to Harrison st 

Wood st, from Madison st. to Ogden av 

Woodlawm av, from 60th to 67th sts., to proceed -vyith collection of 
assessments 

Woodlawn av, from 66th to 67th sts., west side ^ 

Wright st, from 71st to 72d sts., west side 

Wright st, from Webster to Balmoral av 

Yates av, from 71st to 75th sts., east side, for repeal 

Sidewalk Inspectors, claim for difference in pay 

Sidewalks and Intersections in Thirtieth ward, Department Public Works to 

furnish materials for repairs, etc 

Sidewalks and Intersections, cor. Washtenaw av. and Polk st 

Sidewalk Space, alley from Gilpin pi. to Polk St., bet. Sibley and J east side. 

Loomis sts. 1 west side 

Sidewalk Space, 41st st., bet. Ellis and Lake avs 

Sidewalk Space, Park av., from Crawford to Belt Line avs., for repeal 

Sidewalk Space, Poe St., from Osgood st. to Maud av 

Sidewalk Space, Polk st., from Sibley to Loomis sts 

Sidewalk Space, Sibley st., from Macalister pi. to Gilpin pi., west side 

Sidewalk Space, Spaulding av., fi'om Congress to Van Buren sts.. west side. 
Sippach, Gottleib, permit for bay window, cor. Eoscoe st. and Clifton av. . . 
Slayton, H. L., special assessment, to refund him $81.70 on account of. .Fin. 

Small Pox Hospital, for removal farther west Fin. 

Smeeth, E., permit for electric wire G., O. & E. L. 

Smith, C. W., claim for injuries to horse 

Smith, F., permit to erect brick cottage at Trumbull av. and 28th st 

Smith, J, A., permit to lay pipe across Madison St., at No. 142 F. & W. 

Smith, J. A., permit to lay 2-inch pipe across Madison, Union and Halsted sts 

Smith, J. A., permit to lay pipe across Madison St., vetoed 1869 F. & W. 

Smith, J. A., permit to lay pipe across Madison st., vetoed 1951, S.&A.,W.D. 

Smith, J. A., permit to lay pipe across Madison st 

Smith, Simon, permit to finish frame building at 3843 Lowe av F. & W. 

Smith (fe Thiesen, permit to erect building at 208 26th st 

Smoke Nuisance, at ice factory on Loomis st., to abate 

Smoke Nuisance, Plaza Flats, cor. North av. and Clark st., to abate 

Snell st, bet. Huron st. and Chicago av., change name to Ada st. . .Com. Sel. 
Somers. Henry, permit to erect fence around Handball ct., at 38th and But- 
ler sts. .. .". S. & A., S. D 

Spaulding Bros., permit to remove sign 

Spaulding Bros., permit for banner 

Spaulding Co., permit to eiect telephone poles on Wolcott st 

Spaulding & Merrick, permit to erect sign canopy 

Spaulding & Merrick, vetoed, 1567 ; F. & W. 

Spaulding & Merrick 

Spangler, John, permit for barber pole 

Sparr & Weiss,to extend electric wires in.l7th ward, for permit, G.. O. & E. L. 
Special Assessment, to withdraw from collection where sewer and water 

mains are not in and where work can not be done this season, etc. . Jud. 
Special Assessment, for improvements where water pipes have not been put 

in and when assessments have been assessed or collected, for report of 

Special Assessment No. 16505, to proceed with ■ 

Special Election, Dec. 19, 1893, to pay judges, clei-ks, etc 

Spectatorium, World's Fair, to tear down, with report from the Dept. of! 

Building .Jud. 773 

Spectatorium, World's Fair, for tearing down and removal of 

Sprague, Warner & Co., permit to erect temporary shed ; — 

Sprinkling— 

Armitage av 

Ashland av., from Graceland av. to Sulzer st. 

Berteau av, from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av 

Cosgrove av, from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av 

Bet. 55th and 63d sts.. State st. and Cottage Grove av 

Bet. 55th and 67th sts., Cottage Grove and Stony Island avs 

In Ravenswood, for ordinance 

Sundry sts. 26th ward 

Twenty-ninth ward, to cancel contract unless contractors comply "with 
ord. , referred with power to act , 



703 
201 
537 
648 



565 
700 
653 
540 



392 
1112 



2359 

1607 

392 

392 

491 



2565 



756 

897 
1183 



746 



486 



757 
714 



1840 



2288 
576 



1567 



197 

803 



1904 



89 

494 

2008 



2019 

2368 

571 

1552 



488 



841 

740 

1856 



1660 
310 
2206 
2206 
1220 
1220 



2206 
483 



674 
198 



1490! 



2023 



1869 
1951 



722 



1893 



664 



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Twenty-ninth ward 

Thirtieth ward 

Thirty-first ward 

Thirty -second ward, by special assessment 

Stand at Van Bui-en st. viaduct, comptroller to lease ground for,S.&A.,W.D. 
Standard Oil Co., poles and wires along Belt E. R. south from 95th st., by 

what authority 

Standard Theatre, permit for banner 

Stankowski, Jos. and Gorecki, Jos., to refund them fine Fin. 

Star of the West Legion Select Knights, permit for banner \ 

Stock, L., permit for bay window 

Stone, L. W., building at 4447 State st., permit to erect 

Stony Island Hotel, to erect porch, for permit 

Storm doors, for permit for F. & W. 

Strabl, John, permit to erect cottage on posts at 3.521 Vermont av 

Street Cars, license fee, for report of number of cars, amount collected, etc. 

Streets duplicated in name, for list descriptive and location of 

■Street Cleaning, appropriating $150,00u from "Fund W" for 

Street Cleaning, improved streets, 6th ward 

Street Cleaning, by day labor, in several wards (vetoed, 2258) 

Street and alley cleaning. Department, for report why the order of June 
26th has not been complied with 

Street lamp repairs, for committee to investigate and report in re. expendi- 
ture of $90,092.86 in 1893 

Stroh & Rosell, -to refund fine Fin. 

Subway, under railroads at Robey St., bet. Hastings and 18th sts., for esti- 
mate of cost of, etc S. & A., W. D. 

Sullivan st., change name to Blencker pi 

Suwalski, John, permit to erect additional story to building, 415 Elston av. . 

Svojse, Anna, claim for damage account Taylor st. viaduct 

Taxes, amounts levied on the various towns separately, for years 1891 and 
1892 

Taxes, due for special assessments for the year 1892 and prior years, for re- 
port in re. the item of $900,000, etc 

Teghtmeyer, N. O., to refund him money paid on unused building permit . . Fin. 

Telegraph Poles, Clark st., south of Noi'th av., resolution, for removal of . . . 

Telegraph Poles, Crawford av., from Chicago to North avs., to remove 

Telegraph Poles, Seminary av., bet. Belmont and Noble avs. . .S. & A., N. D. 

Telegraph and Telephone Poles on Madison av., to remove 

Telephones— 
_ Chicago Telephone Co., poles and wires erected without authority, for 

report on 

Chicago Telephone Co., permit to erect on Balmoral av. and in alley 

west of Magnolia av., etc 

Chicago Telephone Co., permit to erect poles, wires, etc. in Lake View, 

_ vetoed, amended .' Re-con. 

Chicago Telephone Co., permit to erect poles on east side Seminary av., 

bet. Belmont and Noble avs 

Chicago Telephone Co., on Stony Island av., from 67th to 79th sts., to re- 

_ move and replace poles 

Chicago Telephone Co., permit to erect poles on Wolcott st., south of 
Graceland av 

Telephone poles in alleys in 26th ward, permit W. H. Weckler to erect 

S. & A., N. D. 

Telephone poles. Seminary av., bet. Belmont and Noble avs., permit Chi- 
cago Telephone Co. to erect 

Telephone poles, Wolcott st., permit Spaulding Co. to erect 

Temple Social Club, permit for banner .■ 

Terra Cotta Pleasure Club, permit for banner 

Thacker Bros., permit to use space under State st. viaduct — S. & A., N. D. 

Thoen, Otis & Olsen, permit for banner 

Thomas, T. C, permit to remove church and dwelling 

Thompson & Sweet, permit for theatre pavillion at Cottage Grove av. and 
61st st F. & W. 

Thompson, Chas. H., permit to erect theatre building ■ 

Towner st., change name to Polk st 

Traeger, Mrs. Chas.. permit to remove barn from 6820 Honore st. to rear of 
lots at 672, 673 Morgan st 



2291 



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106-; 



973 
714 



349 
'308 



201 



894 



117 



1222 
1222 
1221 

898 



1432 



396 



307 
1841 



1280 

1904 
802 
349 
349 

1188 
644 

1901 
357 



390 

222 i 

569 
1904 



751 



375 

1841 
1548 



573 

484 



144 

699 
220' 

2258 
486 
699 
808 



486 

571 

1111 

1836 



2366 
251 



251 



482 



1117 



1556 



2258 



1116 



162 



162 



2258 



2258 



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Trees, 25th ward, to discontinue cutting down 

Trees, 26th w^rd business sti'eets, to repeal ord. for removal of 

Trees, 48th st. near Greenwood av., not to cut down 

Truro st., from Kedzie to Albany avs. , change name to "Carlisle pi" 

Tunnel- 
Under Adams st. bridge near Canal st., for report in re. order of Sept 

Under Adams st. near Canal st., to close \ 

Lake View water tunnel, as to condition of, liability of contractors, etc 

Lake View water tunnel, to stop hole in bottom of 

La Salle st, for covering part of 

Sixty-eighth st, for reports in re. from City Comptroller and D. P. W. (2 

orders) 

Two mile tunnels to extend three miles further into the lake, for esti 

mate of cost of and report from Finance Committee in re. status of 

water fund 
Water tunnel from 68th st. pumping works to 99th st. and Cottage Grove 

av., in re. extension of 

Water tunnel for west and northwest part of City, to have borings made, 

etc., and report results 

Unemployed, tailors, permit for banner 

Uniformed Eank C. O. F., No. 15, permit for banner 

Union Labor League, permit for banners ] 

LTnited Irish Societies, permit for banners 

Urinals, for erection of for public, from Com. Jud. to Fin 

Vacate — 

Alley bet. 56th and 58th sts., Dearborn and State sts S. & A., S. D. 

Alley bet. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in Block 7, Tracy's Sub., etc 

Alley bet. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in Block 7, Tracy's Sub., etc., rescinding 
order for ordinance 

Alley bet. Sub. Lots 4 and 6 Ogden's Sub. Lot 1, Block 2, School Sec. Add] 

Alley, part of, in Wadworth Addition to Woodlawn. Sec. 13, 38, 14 

Streets, parts of, South Chicago, Taylor's first Addition and Colehour's 
Subdivision (Ironworker's Addition) S. & A., S. D. 

Streets and alleys in A. B. McChesney's World's Fair Sub. .S. & A., S. D. 

Vacate and Dedicate, aUey in Block 33, Irving Park 

Vacate and Open alley in Block 2, Dunning's Subdivision, etc \ 

Vacate and Open alley in Block 33, Irving Park S. & A. , W. D 1 1907 

Valentine-MueUer Packing Co., permit to excavate alley rear of 502 and 504 

Lan'abee st 

Van Buren, B., permit to erect awning at 1249 Madison st 

Van Lovee, permit for fruit stand on Michigan av., near Madison st 

Vasso, F., permit for barber pole at 54 Polk st 

Vernon Park Lodge, 381 A.O. U. W., permit for banner < 

Viaduct — 

Over I. C. R. R. at 25th St., in re. garbage dumping 

Ogden av, to complete the approaches to and pave the roadway 

S. & A., W. D. 

Ogden av, for report why the boulevard way is not improved, what 
rights the city has in re., etc 

Michigan av. and C. & E. I . R. R 

Twenty -fifth st (temporary), to change to 5i4th st. instead 

Pier, etc., foot of Van Buren St., erected by World's Fair, for report as| 

to the city's rights in re 

Walhalla Stamm., JJ. O. R. M.. permit for banner 

Ward, A. Montgomeiy, permit to construct sewer to connect with sewer at 

Bissell av. and 75th st 

Warrant — 

No. 4150, Imp. of Station st., to refund 

No. 13196, Imp. Byron av., to refund 

No. 14181, to refund money paid on 

No. 14191, sidewalk on West Washington st., under control of Park 
Commissioners, to repeal 

No. 14469, to refund money paid on 

No. 14733, W. 40th and Madison sts. sewer system, to rebate 

No. 14835, to refund all money paid on 



401 
313 



160 



No. 15250, opening of 54th St., to refund. 



571 
ii82 



706 

'815 



800 



657 



981 
806 
1014 
395 
723 
517 

1285 



536 

407 

2367 
2015 
2015 

1883 

2108 

709 



976 



216 



2147 
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1286 



650 



498 
1478 
2015 

204 



1476 



335 

1315 
1479 

1106 

711 

489 
1121 

570 
1122 
1310 
1112 

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No. 15260, Imp. W. 26th St., rescinding stay order 

No. 15273, rescinding stay order 

No. 16967, W. S. pipes in Polk St., rescinding stay of coll 

No. 17001, Imp. Laflin st., rescinding stay order 

No. 17168, to abate assessment as to Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block 4, Cleaverville 

No. 17263, opening of Congress St., rescinding stay order of April 10 

No. 17263, opening of Congress st., rescinding stay of coll 

No. 17310, Imp. Nelson St., rescinding stay order 

No. 17367, water mains in Loomis St., to refund 

No. 17395, improvement of Hoyne av., from Archer av. to 31st st., to 
refund money paid on 

Nos. 17400 and 17530, Imp. 51st st., rescinding stay of 

No. 17423, Imp. 63d St., not to apply for judgment in re 

No. 144804, opening 91st st., rescind stay order and proceed 

Warrants, Rogers Park, City Comptroller to pay Pin . 

Warwick, Chas., permit to erect cottage at 3843 Lowe av 

Water, Washington Heights, extravagant use of 

Water Main in — 

Adams st, from 40th to 43d sts. (West) 

Adams st, from W. 43d to 40th sts 

Albany av, from Huron to Ohio sts 

Alley, first, east of East Ravenswood Park, Twenty-sixth ward 

Argyle st, bet. Clark st. and Evanston av 

Ashland av, from 59th to 63d sts 

Ashland av. Twenty-sixth ward 

Aubert av 

Augusta st, from Campbell av. to Rockwell st 

Baxter st, Belmont av. and Wellington st., take out 4-in. and put in 6-in 

Berteau av 

Bonney av, from 12th to 18th sts 

Byron st, from Western to Wehrheimer avs 

Between junction of 49th st. and Oakley av., in alley, and to 44th st — 

Center st, from Graceland av. to south terminus 

Charles st, from Tracy av. to Hough st 

Clifton av, from Diversey st. to Humboldt blvd 

Clifton Park av, from Ogden av. to 12th st 

Clifton Park av, from 26th to 28th sts 

Clinton st, from 90th to 91st sts 

Colorado av, from 40th to 46th sts S. & A., W. D. 

Cornelia st, from Campbell av. to Rockwell st 

Cosgrove av 

Crawford av, from Grand av. to Thorndyke av 

Crawford and Lexington avs. to 39th st 

Diversey st, from Clybourn av. to the River 

Diversey st, from Clybourn av. to the River, for repeal 

Diversey st, from Kedzie av. to Milwaukee av 

Douglas blvd, from Colorado to Albany avs 

Drummond av, from Augusta st. to Linwood pi 

Evergreen av, from Kedzie av. to Diversey av 

Fifty-fourth st, from Woodlawn to Drexel avs 

Fifty-seventh st, from Centre to Ashland avs 

Fortieth pi, from North av. south 289 feet 



Forty-second st (west), from Pearl to 28th sts 

Grace st., from Southport av. to Clark St., for repeal 

Grace st, from West Ravenswood Park to Robey st 

Grace st, from West Leavitt st. to Chicago River 

Grenshaw st, from Spaulding to Homan avs 

Grove st. (104th), from Vincennes av. to Church st 

Hamlin av, from 26th to 28th sts 

Hammond av, 300 feet south bet. Franklin and Diversey sts. 

Hammond av, 300 feet from dead end south 

Harvard st, bet. 88th and 89th sts 

Haynes av, from Western to Wehrheimer avs 

Hilliard av, from 104th to l(i7th sts 

Homan av, from Kinzie st. to Central Park blvd 

Homan av, from Kinzie to Ohio sts 

Homan av, from 24th to 28th sts 

Humboldt blvd, from Forest to Western avs 



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350 

2205 

304 

983 



655 

983 

1907 

260 



1907 
536 
653 
812 
809 
842 
259 
800 
1016 
1107 



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1907 

259 
91 

255 
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1882 

848 

393 

981 
1431 

702 



399 
654 
1843 
1072 
652 
304 
898 
977 



987 

653 

2362 

889 



977 



1863 

1279 

1662 

2363 

815 

160 

803 

539 

813 

941 
2005 

479 
1879 



1278 
745 



1434 



1434 



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710 



805 
489 



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Humboldt blvd, from Western to Milwaukee avs. 
Iowa st, from Campbell av. to Eockwell st 

Iowa st, from Kockwell st. to Washtenaw av 



Irving av, bet. Everett and Centre avs 

Irving Park blvd, from Jeif erson to Harding avs 

Irving Park blvd, bet. Lincoln and Jefferson avs 

Jackson st, from 40th to 46th sts. (West) 

Jefferson av, from Franklin to Monroe sts < 

Kedzie av, from 45th to 47th sts 

Kedzie av, from Milwaukee to Belmont avs 

Kedzie av, from North av. to Beach st 

Laurel st, to 400 feet north of Franklin st., connecting with Linden av. 

Leavitt st, from Addison av. to Weller st 

Linden av, from C. & N. W. R. R. north 400 feet 

Logan av, from Logan square to Kimball av 

Loomis st, from 90th to 95th sts. 

Luther st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av 

Lutz av 



Maple st, from 99th st. to Tracy av 

Mara st, from Addison av. to Weller st 

Martin st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av . . . ; 

Meade st, from FuUerton to Milwaukee avs 

Melrose st, from Oakley to Western avs 

Millard av, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd 

Millard av, from 360 feet south of 12th st. to 50 feet south of 13th st 

Moore st, from Washtenaw to Western avs 

Moore st, from Western to Oakley avs 

Monroe st, from 46th st. east, to connect with water main 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Racine av., to substitute 6-inch for 4-inch. 

Ninety-second st, from Cottage Grove to St. Lawrence avs 

Ninety-third pi, from Cottage Grove to St. Lawrence avs 

Ninety-third st, from Cottage Grove to St. Lawrence avs 

North 59th st, from a point west of Lincoln av. to Central Park av 

One Hundred and Third st, from Michigan to Wentworth avs 

One Hundred and Twelfth pi, from State st. to Portland av 

One Hundred and Thirteenth st, from State st. to Portland av 

One Hundred and Nineteenth st, bet. Michigan av. and Halsted st 

Palatine st, from Homan to St. Louis avs 

Park av, bet. Everett and Centre avs 

Portland av, from 114th to 115th sts 

Pullman av, from Archer av. to 47th st 

Rascher av 

Rice pi, from 22d to Moore sts , 



Rice st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av ■] 

Roberts st, from Milwaukee av. to terminus 

St. Charles av, bet. Everett and Centre avs ■. . 

St. Louis av, from 26th to 28th sts 

Sawyer av, from 26th to 29th sts 

School st, from Oak pi. to Sheffield av 

Seeley av, from George to Wellington sts 

Selwyn av, bet. Everett and Centre avs 

Seminary av, from Wellington st. to Noble av., to remove 4-inch and put 

in 6-inch 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. Ry 

Sixteenth st, from 42d to 44th sts 

Sixty-fourth st, from Woodlawn av. to I. C. R. R., for repeal 

Southport av, bet. School and Roscoe sts., to lower 

Southwestern blvd, from 22d to 24th sts 

Spaulding av, from Ogden av. to 12th st 

Spaulding av, from 13th st. to the boulevard 

Spaulding av, from 13th st. south 300 feet 

State st, from 112th pi. to 113th st 

Sundry streets, 27th ward, rescinding order for, of Dec. 22, 1893 

Sundry streets, 31st ward 

Troy st, from Kinzie to Ohio sts 

Trumbull av, from 22d to 25th sts 

Truro st, from Albany to Kedzie avs 







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2291 
2367 
1310 
1433 
1310 
1060 
1072 



981 
354 



255 



981 

2294 

977 

1907 

898 

255 

977 

981 

810 

1836 



.977 
575 
936 



990 

990 

990 

2006 

1847 

401 

401 

1915 

1016 

1310 



983 

355 

2291 

2367 

895 

1310 

977 

714 



309 
1310 



145 

812 
816 



193 
'977 



251 



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304 
575 
395 



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Water Mains in — 

Twenty-third st, from Kedzie to Lawndale avs. 

Twenty-third st, from Sawyer to Turner avs 

Ward st, from Webster to Clybourn avs 

Washburne av, from Lincoln to Eobey sts 

Washington av, from Everett to Center sts 







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Webster av, from Ashland av. to East Eavenswood Park -j 

Webster av, from Belmont to Graceland avs 

Webster av, bet. 88th and 89th sts 

Western av, from Belmont av. to Eoscoe blvd 

Western av, from Montrose blvd. to Berteau av 

Wilcox av, from 43d to 46th sis 

Wolcott st, from Archer av. to 47th st 

Wright st, Twenty-sixth ward 

Yale st, bel. 88th and 89th sts 

Water Pipes — 

To be laid connecting with main extended from Lake View water works 

Baxter st, from Belmont av. to Eoscoe St., to remove 4-inch and put in 
6-inch pipes 

Butler (Clinton) st, from north line of 121st to 123d sts '. ". 

Canal st, from north line of tilst to 123d sts 

Clifton av, from Belmont av. to Eoscoe st., to remove 4-inch and put in 
6-inch pipes 

Emerald av. bet. 118th and 119th sts 

Emerald av, bet. west line of 121st and 123d sts 

Fifth av, from 119th to 123d sts 

Lowe av, from Diana to 119th sts 

Lowe av, from north line of 121st st. to 123d st 

Ohio st, from Meade to Homan, from St. Louis to Drake, from Lawndale 
to Avers, from Springfield to Harding 

Portland av, from 120th to 123d sts 

Sixty-sixth ct, bet. Stewart av. and Wright st., to lower it 

Union av, from 118th to 119th sts 

Union av. from north line of 121st st. to 123d st 

Wallace (Desplaines) st, from Diana to 119th sts 

Wallace (Desplaines) st, from north line of 121st st to 123d st 

Water Eates, collection of, for report in re., manner of, comparative state- 
ment for six breweries and same number packing houses 

Water Eates, Pullman Palace Car Co., to terminate contract between the 

Pullman Palace Car Co. and late Village of Hyde Park 

Water Service and Water Supply Pipes in— 

Adams st, from W. 40th to 46th sts 

Adelaide ct, from Butler to Fairmount avs., for repeal 

Alley, first, east of East Eavenswood Park, from N. 59th to Walnut sts. . 

Balmoral av, from Ashland av. to Clark st 

Bernice av, from Eobey st. to C. & N. W. E. E., for repeal 

Bishop st, from 51st to 55th sts 

Brost av, from Southport to Evanston avs 

Byron av, from C. & N. W. E. E. to Eobey St., for repeal 

Byron st, from Eobey st. to C. & N. W. E. E., for repeal j 

Carlin av, from 79th to 81st sts 

Carpenter st, from 50th to 51st sts < 

Carrol] av, from 40th to 46th sts 

Centre av, from Wabash to 75th sts., to rebate assessment 

Central Park av, from Chicago to North avs., for repeal 

Central Park av, from Lake to Ohio sts., for repeal 

Central Park blvd. from Central Park to Meade avs 

Charlton av, from Grand av. to Devon st. (Church rd.), for repeal 

Clifton st, from 40th to 44th sts., for repeal 

Commercial av, city to pay special assessment for 

Commercial st, from Lincoln av. to Addison st., for repeal 

Commercial st, from Lincoln av. to Addison St., to pay special assess- 
ment out of Water Fund Fin. 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs 

Cook st, from 55th to 57th sts 

Cottage Grove av, bet. 75th and Burnside, D. P. W. to protect them. Fin. 
Dauphin ay, from 87th to 93d sts., for repeal 



495 
977, 
8461 

1435! 

1310 

1433 
705 
810 
65-i 
987 
309 

1907 
936 



983 

987 



1913 
1913 



1913 
1913 
1913 
1913 
1913 

166S 
1913 



812 



1553 
744 



744 



984 



1106 



1913 
1913 
1913 
1913 



700 



2205 

703 

22 6 

2206 

2007 

1609 

937 

1882 

2007 

2563 

1610 

897 

201 



259 
629 



813 



1839 . 

94'. 

1015 . 

652 . 

703 . 



936 



1608 
2294 



478 



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Water Ser\ice and Water Supply Pipes in— 

Delaware av, from C, B. & Q. E. E. to 26th St., for repeal 

Diversey av, from Milwaukee to Kedzie avs 

Diversev av, from North Branch of river to Kedzie av., to proceed 

Douglas' blvd, from Colorado to Albany avs 

Drever st, from 47th to 51st sts 

Duncan av. from asd st. to B. & O. E. E. tracks, for repeal 

Eightv-seventh pi, from Dauphin to South Park avs., for repeal 

Eightv-seventh st. from Dauphin to South Park avs., for repeal 

Eighty-eighth pi, from Dauphin to South Park avs., for repeal 

Eightv-eighth st, from Dauphin to South Park avs., for repeal 

Eighty-ninth pi. from Dauphin to South Park avs., for repeal 

Eightv-ninth st, from Dauphin to South Park avs.. for repeal 

Euchd av, from Grand av. to Devon st. (Church rd.). for repeal 

Evanston av, from Grand av. to Devon st. (Church rd.), for repeal 

Ewing av, from 92d to l(X)th sts., for repeal 

Ewing av, from 9.5th to 98th sts.. for repeal 

Fairmount av, from Ogden av. to C, B. & Q. Ey., for repeal 

Fairmount av. from Ogden av. to 26th St.. for repeal 

Fave St. from Lincoln av. to C. & X W. E. E., for repeal 

Fiftieth ct. from Cottage Grove to St. Lawi-ence avs • 

Fiftv-first St. from Wood St. to Western av 

Fiftv-f ourth st. from Woodlawn to Drexel avs 

Fifty-eighth st, from Stewart to Wentworth avs 

Fifty-eighth st. from Wentworth av. to Halsted st 

Fischer av, from Grand av. to Devon st. (Church rd.), for repeal 

For(iuer st. from Central Park to Lawndale avs.. Warrant 16962, for 

repeal 

Forquer st. from Central Park to Lawndale avs., for repeal 

Fortv-second st. from C. B. & Q. Ey., to 28th St.. for repeal 

Fortieth st. (West), from Ogden av. to 26th St.. for repeal 

Fortieth st. (West), from 22nd to 28th sts., for repeal 

Fortieth st. (West), (Crawford av.). from 24th to 28th sts., for repeal 

Forty-fourth st, (Eichmond av.), from C, B. & Q. E. E. to 26th St., for 

repeal 

Fortv-eighth st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards E. E 

Forty-ninth st. from Wallace to Halsted sts • — 

Genesee av. for repeal 

Grace st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. E. E 

Grace st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. E. E., for repeal 

Grace st. from Southport av. to Clark st., for repeal 

Greenwood av. from Everett to Center sts • 

Grenshaw st. from Kedzie to Spaulding avs 

Gross av. from Otto to School sts 

Grove pi, from 64th to 65th sts.. for repeal 

Halsted st. from 69th to 79th sts., to protect them 

Hamlin av. from North to Grand avs.. for repeal 

Humboldt blvd. from Western av. to Logan Square, to proceed with 

Indiana av. from 51st to 55th sts 

Irving av. from Everett to Center sts 

Irving av. from 13th to 14th sts., for repeal ., 

Jacksoti st, from 40th to 46th sts. (west) 

Jeffrey av, bet. 72d and 73d sts., to rebate assessments on certain lots 

Juniata av, from 93d to 94th sts 

Justine st, from 49th to 53d sts 

Kedzie av. from North av. to Beach st 

Kellogg av, from C. B. & Q. E. E. to 26th St., for repeal 

Kenmore av, from LawTcnce av. to Montrose blvd 

Lafflin st. from 47th to 63d sts. for repeal 

Langlev av. from 87th to 91st sts., for repeal •■•:•• 

Lawndale av, from Harrison to Taylor sts. (Warrant 16254 and 16960), for 

repeal (2 orders) 

LawTence st, from Leavitt to Wright sts 

Lincoln a v. (Lexington av.) Hyde Park, for repeal 

Lincoln av. from Sulzer st. to Church rd 

Logan St. from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards Eailroad 

Loomis st, from 47th to 63d sts.. for repeal 

Luella av, from 91st st. to C. & W. I. E. E., for repeal 

■ . • Marianna st, from Southport av. to Ward St., for repeal 



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483 

841 

478 

478 

478 

478 

478 

478 

652 

652; 

252 

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811 

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703 

2206 
202 

1011 

1431 
145 

2293 
652 

647 

2017 

2563 

811 

896 

1550 

703 

897 

897 

646 

1882 

2i'07 

1843 

1432 

2561 

1882 

813 



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490; 



2294 
1432 
1555 

1844 



401 
702 
490 
703 
744 
702 
478 



147 
816 
1185 
897 
702 
934 
485 



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Matteson st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards Railroad. 

Michigan av, from 99th to 107th sts. for repeal 

Millard av, from 12th st. to Ogden av., for repeal 

Montana st, from Ashland av. to Perry st . 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Racine av. . .' ! ,' 

Ninetieth pi., from Dauphin to South Park av„ for repeal •••••••• 

Ninetieth st, from Dauphin to South Park avs, for repeal.' '. 

Ninety-first st, from Dauphin to South Park avs., for repeal . 

Ninety-first st, from I. C. R. R. to South Park av , for repeal' 

Ninety-first st, from Juniata to Jeffrey avs 

North Fifty-ninth st, from Clark to Robey sts '.'. 

Ogden av, from 42d to 46th sts., for repeal. . . 

Ogden av, from 42d to 43d sts., for repeal .... 

Oglesby av, from 68th to 7Ist sts., also 69th to 71st 'sts.,* for repeai! '.'.'.'.'. 

Park av, from Everett to Center sts icyccti 

Paxton av. from 67th to 75th sts., for repeal.' ."."*." 

?«S^^ a""' ?'''^ IH ^^ 72d sts., to proceed in re. as'sessmerit 'for! ! ! .' .' ! ! 
Paxton av, from 71 st to 75th sts., for repeal . . 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Graceland avs 

Paulina st, from Webster av. to N. 59th st 

Pearl st, from. 40th to 44th sts., for repeal 

Peoria st, from 51st to 55th sts 

Pine st, from Ashland av. to East Ravenswood p'ark '.'.".*.■.' 

Polk st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs., for repeal. . .'.['.['.'.V.'.'.'.'.. 
Polk st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., rescinding stay order 

S^?ll^^,' ^"""^^ f^^ t« ^- & W. I. R. R., for repeal ^ ^ 

St. Charles av, from Everett to Center sts 

Sangamon st, from 53d st. north 3(i0 feet . '. . . 

Selwyn av, from Everett to Center sts ! 

Seventy-first st, from Wallace to Halsted sts. for repeal'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Seventy-ninth st, from Duncan to Carlin avs 

Sheldon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st .' 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Ai-mitage av 

Shermanst, from 39th to 43d sts... 

Sixteenth st, from 43d to 44th sts. (Wes't). . .'.'.'. 

Sixteenth st, from Hamlin to Homan avs., for repeal.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.['.'.". 

Sixty-third st, from Ashland to Pittsfield avs., for repeal .'.'." 

Sixty-fourth st, from Grove pi. to State st.. for repeal 

Sixty-seventh st from Stony Island to Oglesby avs 

South Park ay, from 87th to 91st sts. , for repeal ......... 

^?}]li Normal parkway, from C, R. I. P. Ry. to Wright st. . '.'.'.'.'.'. 

Ke^ffX'eStelstX ""■ ^' '■ ^ ^- ^- ^- '''''^ ^^•' ''' ''^'^'■ 

State st, from 112th to 113th sts., for repeal.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.['.'. 

Sundry streets m ,33d ward, for repeal. 

^SL^f.f +i,-^5°l^P°^^^^ P^^^ to Lawndale avs. , for repeal." ." .' .' .' .' .' '. .' .' .' .' .' .' 
Twenty-third st, from Sawyer to Turner avs. . . ! 

^^f^^^l^l^u^^ ^h ^^o™ Fairmount av. to 40th st., for repeal. ...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Twenty-fifth st, from 40th to 44th sts.. for repeal. 

Twenty-sixth st, from 40th to 44th sts., for repeal 

Vernon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st 

Vincennes av, from 87th to 91st sts., for repeal 

Wallace st, from 47th to 49th sts 

Washburne av, from Lincoln to Robey sts. ..'.'.'.*..'.'.'.!'. *. 

Washington av, from Everett to Center sts .' 

Waveland av from Clark st to Evanston av ! 

Webster av, from Clark to Robey sts 

Wendell av, from 79th to 81st sts 

Western av, from Roscoe blvd. to Graceland av. 



Westminster av, from C, B. &' Q. R. R. to 26th st.', 'for 'repeal! 
M^harton av, from 51st to 53d sts 



^ olcott st, from Webster av. to N. 59th st. . 

\\'00dside av, from Addison to Cornelia sts. 

VV oodside av, from Roscoe to Cornelia sts. . 

w } if t^'' '^^ ^^^t to ^^th sts., for repeal.". 

Greenwood av, from Center to Everett sts. . 

Irvmg av, from Center to Everett sts 

Park av, from Center to Everett sts 



897 

1482 

494 

652 

308 

478 

478 

478 

816 

698 

2122 

896 

811 

541 

1432 

1911 



656 
1608 
2122 

703 



2206 

2017 

1662 

1431 

1432 

1432 

1432 

202 

1610 

1432 

704 

201 

1881 

801 

114 

813 

2565 

478 

897 

813 

540 

1482 

542 

2017 

940 

703 

703 

2563 

1432 

478 

897 

713 

1432 

2292 

2122 

1610 

1551 

703 

311 

2122 

147 

147 

899 

1433 
1433 
1433 



656 



813 






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ORDERS— Continued. 







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Water Stubs— 

St. Charles av, from Center to Everett sts 

Selwyn av, from Center to Everett sts 

Sheldon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st 

Vernon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st 

Washington av, from Center to Everett sts 

Water Supply, North Division, for report in re 

Water Supply, Wicker Pk District (14th and 15th wards), for relief of, cost, etc 

Water Tax— 

286 W. Harrison st, to rebate : • • 

290 Maxwell st. Miss Byrne, to rebate . , Fm. 

357 W, 13th st, to rebate Fm. 

For 1893, including meter assessments, for total cost of, etc 

Water Works Building, Lake View, contractor to complete it 

Weber & Pf eif er, permit for bay window, 1 11 Dearborn st 

Weiss, Leopold, permit for addition to building 1029 N. Oakley av 

Wickler, W. H., telephone poles, for permit to erect 

Widen Alley, Joseph st. (west side), from alley north of Archer av. to C. & 

A. K. R 

Widen Clark st, from Wrightwood av. to Diversey st 

Widen Farrell st, from Archer av. to Lyman st., for repeal 

Widen Pine Grove av., for repeal S. & A., N. D. 

Widen Twenty-fifth st, bet. St. Louis and Homan avs.. for repeal 

Widen Woodlawn av. from Lake av. to 45th st.. for repeal 

Wilder, J., frame shed, 1039 Leavitt St., for permit to erect 

Wilke, Mrs. C, permit to raise frame house at 682 W. 2Uth st 

Williams, J. W., refund of fine Fin. 

Wilmersdorf, B,, permit to change store front, 262 State st 

Winndheim, J. C, permit to erect brick cottage at 116 Hamlin av 

Winter, J. F. , to refund him money paid for permit, etc 

Woodbine Hotel, 60th st„ near Princeton av., to withhold permit for use as 

sanitarium or hospital • • 

Woodbine Hotel, 60th St., near Princeton ave., repeahng order of February 

5th, vnthholding permit for repairs, etc H. & C. R. 

World's Fair, opening May 1st, City Clerk to arrange for conveyances, etc., 

for Council • — ,••••,•• i* • 

World's Fair, to erect electric lights on Seipp av. atVlst, 72d and 73d sts. 

crossings ;••,•.•/ 

World's Fair, request them to transfer to the Pubhc Library certain hterary 

matter, books, etc • • • • • •. :••••••: — ; 

World's Fair Encampment Co., permit for temporary building at 71st st. and 

Bond av 

World's Fair Transportation Co., permit for banner 

World's Fair Waiting Room, foot of Van Buren st, permit to eriect. .F. & W. 

Wright, C. J. permit to lay pipe for electrical wires G. O. & E. L. 

Wriffht, C. J., cross State st. with pipe, electric wires at Adams st 

° . ; ' (Vetoed, 912) S. & A., S. D. 

Zaremba, E., permit to erect an electric gate at Rush st. bridge 

Ziegfeld, Dr., awning front of Battery "D", for permit 

Zimmer, E. J., permit to reconstruct building, 2620-2630 La Salle st 

Zimmer, E. J., permit to reconstruct building, 83 Spring st 

Zulinski, S., permit to maintain area way in alley rear of 698 Dickson st 

S. & A., W. D. 

Zulinski, S., permit to maintain area way in alley rear of 698 Dickson st 

Zulinski, S., permit to maintain area in alley rear of 698 Dickson st., vetoed 

1568, re-con. and S. & A., W. D • • 

Zulinski, S., permit to maintain area way m alley rear of 698 Dickson st 

Zulinski, S., permit for area way in alley rear of 698 Dickson st Filed 

Zulinski, S., permit for area way rear of 698 Dickson st., vetoed 1951, re-con. 

and filed 



496 

713 



1281 



535 



1433 
1433 
1433 
1433 
1433 



89 
1843 
1^39 



1182 
568 



1279 
2016 

376 
535 



1841 

255 

1040 



373 



•i2M 



362 

641 

912 



1350 



1568 



303 
940 
7-<?4 
264 
801 
1437 

1844 



103 

203 

1181 

113 
301 



857 



162 



739 



1617 



1351 



652, 
301 



163 



497 



912 



1553 
1904 



1568 



1941 
1951 



1951 



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CLXXXUl 



ORDERS— LET CONTRACT. 

Page. 

{ ...Fin. 397 

Bridge, Diversey st •< 8u9 

( Passed 1 23 

€ity Hall, for cleaning, painting, etc " 746 

Drains — 

Adams st, from W. 40th to 46th sts " 2205 

Douglas blvd., from Garfield blvd. to Douglas Park " 1837 

East Eavenswood Park, system " 1660 

Edgewater av, from Milwaukee av. to Humboldt blvd , " 354 

Fiftieth ct, from Cottage Grove to St. Lawrence avs " 935 

Forest av, from Humboldt blvd. to Elston av " 2366 

Harrison st, from Kedzie to Crawford avs " 355 

Houston av, from 87th to 89th sts " 698 

Maplewood av, from FuUerton to Diversey avs " 2366 

Milwaukee av, from Crawford to Jefferson avs " 310 

Sixty -sixth ct, from Stewart av. to Wright st " 350 

Thirty-sixth st, from Western to Kedzie avs " 484 

Tripp av, from NOrth to Humboldt avs " 704 

Trumbull av, from Harrison st. to Colorado av " 393 

Washtenaw av, fi-om Lexington av. to W. C. R. E " 261 

Wilcox av, from 40th to 46th sts " 811 

Electric Lights, for lighting of " 91 

Electric Lights, Madison st. at Eockwell st. crossing. " 1662 

Improvements — 

Alley bet. Arbor pi. and Carroll av., St. John's and Union Park pi " 91 

Alley bet. Ashland blvd., Paulina st., Park av. and Lake st " 1016 

Alley bet. Carroll av. and Fulton st., Ashland av. and St. John's pi " 261 

Alley bet. Carroll av,, St. John's pi., Union Park pi. and Arbor pi ". " 2367 

Alley bet. Center St., Garfield, Webster and Eacine avs " 743 

Alley bet. Congress and Harrison sts., Western and^ Campbell avs " 193 

Alley bet. Congress and Hamson sts., Wabash and Michigan avs " 361 

Alley bet. Gr^n and Halsted sts., Indiana st. and Austin av " 742 

Alley bet. 40th and 51st sts.. State st. and Wabash av " 2005 

Alley bet. Halsted and Green sts., Indiana st. to Austin av " 258 

Alley bet. Leavitt st. and Oakley av.. Madison and Monroe sts " 491 

Allev bet. Lincoln and Newton sts., from Augusta st. to alley north of Iowa st " 1839 

Alley bet. Lincoln and Eobey sts., Fulton and Walnut sts " 159 

Alley bet. Madison and Monroe sts.. Western and Campbell avs " 1183 

AUey from Polk to Harrison sts., bet. Jefferson and Law avs " 2005 

Alley bet. Rockwell st. and Washtenaw av., Jackson and Owasco sts.. Warrant 16595. " 2290 

Alley bet. Eush, Pine, Huron and Superior sts ' " 1434 

Alley bet. Sacramento av. Whipple St., Jackson and Van Buren sts " 304 

AUey, sundry parts of city " 2221 

Alley, first west of Wabash av, bet. 21st and 22d sts " 2221 

Alley bet. Wilcox, Monroe and Francisco sts., Colorado and Sacramento avs " 2005 

Alley from Willow to Clay sts., bet. Bissell st. and Shefl&eld av " 538 

Alley from Wood to Lincoln sts., bet. Lake and Walnut sts " 159 

Adams st„ from 40th to 46th sts. (West) " 1844 

Albany av, from Harrison to 12th sts " 393 

Albany av, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd " 1887 

Armour av, from 47th to 55th sts., to annul the contract with Farrell and readvertise. " 655 

Armour av, from Garfield blvd. to south terminus " 2293 

Atlantic st, bet. 47th st. and Garfield blvd " 2363 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts " 700 

Avenue N, from 114th to 117th sts ^-j !! jq^^ 

Avenue N, change oi'der so to read "a continuation of High av" " 1187 

Baltimore av, from Commercial av. to 87th st " 934 

Benton pi, from State st. to Michigan av " 361 

Bonney av, from 26th to 29 sts " 356 

Bond av, from 81st st. to Illinois av *■ 2124 

Brown st, from Henry st. to W. C. E. R '• 800 

Brown st., from Henry st. to C. & N. P. E. R " 2289 

Burling st. from Wrightwood av. south 418 feet " 706 



CLXXXIV 



INDEX. 



ORDERS-LET CONTRACT. 

Improvements— Page. 

Clybourn pi, from Ashland av. to the river Passed 489 



Clyboum pi., from Clybourn av. to the river. 

Cornelia st, from Wood st. to Southport av 

Cypress st, from Kendall st. to Ogden av 

Dearborn st, from Garfield blvd. to south terminus. 

Dearborn st, from Monroe to Madison sts 

Diversey av, from Kedzie av. to the river 

Edson av, from Lincoln av. to Diversey st 

Elias st, from Lymaft st. to Archer av 

Emerald av, from 56th to 59th sts 



Fairview av, from Fullerton av. to Diversey st. 

Farrell st, from Archer av. to 31st st 

Forest av, from Fullerton to Elston avs 

Forty-fourth st, from Elhs to Greenv^ood avs. . 



\ 



Fox st, bet. 31st and Waterville sts., and cancel stay order 

Fullerton av, from Southport av. to the river " 

^Garbage, for removal of J Fin 

1 Filed... 

Garfield av, from Racine av. to Herndon st Passed. 

High av, a continuation of ' " 



Homan av, from Lake st. to Central Park blvd. 

Houston av, from 122d to 130th sts 

Hoyne av, from Belmont to Clybourn avs 



I 



650 

705 

939 

2292 

1018 

1662 

808 

2289 

1011 

2211 

2217 

90 

1017 

1183 

1661 

253 

2560 

650 

1659 
2370 

538 

1187 

711 
1315' 

656 
1074 

147 

361 

2228 

2205 

797 

329 

332 



Hubbard ct, repeaUng stay order of Nov. 21, 1892 

Indiana av, from 12th to 13th sts " 

Jackson st, from 40th to 46th sts., all underground work , " 

Lake av, from 35th to 37th sts " 

La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st. (see conditions) ^ " 

La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st., asphalt -j I^^^^f ^^^' ^- & A., N. D., re-con., re-com 

I ir^asseci 548 

La Salle av, fwith asphalt Vetoed, re-con. and to S. & A., N. D. 552 

La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st Passed 708 

La Salle st, from Monroe to Madison sts " ioi8 

Leavitt st, from North to Wabansia avs " 938 

Lime st, from Archer av. to 27th st " 798 

Lunt av (Roger's Park), from Lake Michigan to west terminus, to contract with J. B. 
Smith & Co., for 

Main st, from Archer av. to Chicago River ' 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton. to Diversey avs •] ! 

Marianna st, from Southport to Lincoln avs .* ' 

Market st, from Ktnzie st. to Chicago av ^ 

Market st, from Randolph to Madison sts ' 

Marshfield av, from 34th to 37th sts ' 

May st, from 54th to 59th sts 

Millard av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd ' 



357 
851 

1183 

1661 

1883 

39& 

973 

799 

2123 

2220 

894 

310 

1550 

1636 

936 

2562 

356 

575 

714 
906 

Moore st, from Wood st. to Western av Passed. 391 

Morgan st, from 15th st. to W. C. R. R " 800 

Ogden av. Viaduct " 495 

Ohio st, from Market st. to Kingsbury st " 198 



Milton av, from Oak to Division sts., rescinding order of July 6, 1892 and D. P. W. to 
advertise for 

Milwaukee av, from Crawford to Jefferson avs 

Milwaukee av, from Crawford to Kedzie avs. (see the order) 

Milwaukee av, from Kedzie to Crawford avs 

Monroe st, from 40th st. to 46 st 

Montana st, from Racine av. to Surrey ct 

Moore st, from Wood st. to Douglas Park blvd -I 



Moore st, from Wood st. to Douglas Park blvd -j l^'-i^^q'^' 



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INDEX. 



CLXXXV 



. ORDEES-LET (^ONTRACT. 

Improvements— Page. 

One Hundred and Seventieth st, from Avenue N to Eussell av -j ^^??^d j^^| 

One Hundred and Twenty-second st, from Kussell av. to Houston av -j ^ jq^^ 

Poplar av, from 29th st. to 31st st " 193 

Quincy st, bet. Market and Franklin sts., by private contract " 2368 

Ridge av, (Rogers Park), from Pratt st. to north terminus, to contract with J. B. 

Smith & Co., for " 357 

Eussell av, from 117th to 122nd sts -j \\ jq^^ 

Seminary av, from Roscoe st. to Newport av i' 1842 

Seminary av, from Maud av. to Center st " 103 

Seminary av, from Maud av. to Center st., private contract " 890 

Seventieth st, from Stony Island av., to I. C. R. R " 2358 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R " 2564 

Sherman av, from 56th to69th sts •' 798 

Short st, from C. & A. R. R. to Hickory st -j !! ^220 

Sixty-seventh st, from Southport to Stony Island avs " 816 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd " 2290 

Springer av, bet. Laurel and Waterville sts., and cancel stay order '\ 2559 

Stony Island av, from 67th to 79th sts " 252 

Surrey ct, from Fullerton av. to Dunning st " 2562 

i ^ ^ 1 R11 

System of streets, bet. 69th and 71st sts., Woodlawn av. and I. C. R. R < a jggg 

887 

Thirty-second st, from Ullman to Benson sts ■< " 2005 

I " 2560 

Thirty-third ct, from Halsted to Laurel sts *' 2110 

Thirty-third st, from Ashland to Archef avs " 2109 

Thirty-fourth st, from Halsted to Union sts " 2560 

Thirty-sixth st, from Western to Kedzie avs " 1222 

r " 193 

I '• 1069 

Twenty-second st, from Centre to Ashland avs i t; jg^g 

[ " 1636 

Twenty-second st, from Canalport av. to Brown st *. " 1887 

( '• 192 

Twenty-second st, from Canalport to Centre avs ■{ " 1068 

I " 1278 

Twenty-sixth st, from Sacramento to Lawndale avs " 2219 

Union av, from 56th to 59th sts " 1011 

Van Buren st, from Wabash to Michigan avs " 1018 

Woodlawn av, from 60th to 67th sts " 2565 

Where assessments have been confirmed and warrants in hands of the collector, all Lost 1555 

Lamp Posts, Harrison st, from Central Park to Crawford avs Passed 355 

Oil Lamps, for lighting of " 91 

( " 748 

Police Station, South Chicago, for steam heating, fixing up grounds, etc ] u ggg 

Pumping Station, North av., to connect with main on either Crawford or Eedzie avs. .... " 408 

Sewer in — 

Brackett st, from 67th st. to north terminus (two orders) " 1610 

Brackett st, from 67th st. to north terminus " 1877 

Champlain st, from 36th to 37th sts ■ • • . '' 496 

Douglas blvd, from Garfield Park to Douglas Park " 1837 

Erie av, from 92d st. to South Chicago av " 1106 

Farwell av, from 63d to 67th sts " 2125 

Forest av, in " 1882 

Forest av, from Elston av. to Diversey st " 2291 

Forest av, from Weber to Devon avs • • " 705 

Forty-eighth st, from Paulina to Wood sts " 2293 

Fourth or Avenue "J", from 95th to 97th sts " 2004 

George st, from Perry st. to Southport av " 148 

George st, from Southport av. to Perry st — " 201 

Graceland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts. .'. " 309 

i ^' 1fi10 

Hartwell av, from 67th st. to north terminus j i* jg^y 



m 



CLXXXVl 



INDEX. 



ORDERS— LET CONTRACT. 

Sewer in— ' Page. 

Homan av, from Central Park blvd. to Ohio st Passed 159 

Houston av, from 87th to 89th sts ; " 698 

Indiana av, from 63d st. north 770 feet " 2004 

McChesney av, from 63d to 67th sts " 1635 

McChesney av, from 63d to 67th sts., sub main in " 1658 

Madison av, from 72d to 73d sts ; " 2359 

Madison av, from 73d to 75th sts " 2124 

May st, from 59th st. to Garfield blvd «' 2293 

Meadow lane " 1882 

Meadow lane, from Weber to Devon avs " 705 

Michigan av, from 67th to Brackett sts " 1877 

Michigan av, from 67th st. to north terminus \ .^ ]^^ 

Michigan av, from 77th to Brackett sts " 1610 

Nutt av, from 71st to 73d sts " 2359 

One Hundredth st, from 8th av. to the river " 1911 

Poplar av, from Archer av, to 29th st " 887 

Prairie av, from 67th st. to 515 feet north of 61st st " 2004 

Racine av, from Addison to Clark sts " 486 

Rhodes av, from 73d to 74th sts., Warrant 178U9 " 1908 

Seventy-first pi, from Nutt av. to B. & O. R. R " 2359 

Seventy-first st, from Nutt av. to B. & O. R. R " 2359 

Seventy-second pi, from Nutt av. to B. & O. R. R " 2359 

Seventy-second st, from Nutt av. to B. & O. R. R • " 2359 

Seventy-fourth st, from Rhodes av. east. , Warrant 17809 " 1908 

Sixty-third st, from Prairie av. to State st v. " 2004 

South Park av, from 72d to 75th sts. (Warrant 17388) " 1908 

Spaulding av, from 22d to 26th sts • " 2219 

Sundry sewers in the Twenty-seventh ward, to proceed with " 398 

System of, in Clark st, Waveland av., Racine and Oak Grove avs " 199 

System of , in 43d, 45th, 46th, 47th, 48th sts, Winchester av., Lincoln, Goodspeed and 

Wood sts " 146 

System of, bet. 43d and 48th sts.. Wood and Robey sts " 2563 

System of, bet. North av. and Hirsch st., 40th and 44th sts " 1907 

System of, in East Ravens wood Park, Ashland av., Summerdale av. Walnut st.. Pine 

St., Center St., North st., N. 59th st., Balmoral av., Claremont av. and Wright sts. . " 983 

System of, in Sheridan av., Meade st., Kimball, Central Park, Hamlin, McLean, Dick- 
ens and Humboldt avs » " 1635 

Thirty-sixth St., from Pierson st. to Kedzie av, " 2205 

Thirty-seventh st, from Gage to Laurel sts " 2289 

Turner av, from 22d to 26th sts " 2219 

Wabash av, from 67th st. to north terminus " 1610 

Wabash av. and Brackett st., from 67th st. to north terminus " 1878 

Waveland av, from Racine av. to alley east " 486 

Wentworth av, from Calumet River to 87th st. " 253 

Wentworth av, from 127th st. to Calumet River " 1659 

Wentworth av, south far as assessment has been confirmed " 987 

Sidewalks- 
Armour av, from 47th to 55th sts " 2204 

Ashland av, from Leland to Lawrence avs " 1660 

Avenue "H," from 98th to 100th sts " 1846 

Avenue "J," from 105th to 106th sts " 1846 

Avenue "K," from 105th to 106th sts " 1846 

Buffalo av, from 88th to 99th sts " 1846 

Butler st, from 35th to 37th sts " 192 

Calhoun pi, from Dearborn st., 40 ft. west. " 1017 

Chauncey av, from 78th to 82nd sts " 1911 

Clark st, from Chestnut to Oak sts., west side " 2292 

Clark st, from Division st. to North av. . < u 2oio 

Clark st, from 115th to 117th sts " 1911 

Clifton av, bet. Center st. and Fullerton av •. " 538 

. Colfaxav, from 86th to 87th sts " 1911 

Commercial av, from 86th to 87th sts ^ — '. " 1846 



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INDEX. CLXXXVII 

OEDERS— LET CONTRACT. 

Sidewalks— Page . 

Commercial av, from 97tli to 98th sts Passed 1846 

Commercial av, from South Chicago av. to 92d st " 1911 

Congress st, from Loomis to Ashland av " 713 

Cottage Grove av, from 62d to 63d sts " 1912 

Coulter st, from Hoyne av. to Eobey st " 2110 

Dearborn st, from 47th to 55th sts " 2204 

Dickens av, from Sheridan av. to Meade st " 1660 

Douglas Monument Park, in alley adjoining on the west Fin. 644 

Drexel av, from 77th to 78th sts. Passed 1846 

Edwards av, from Eailroad av. to 79th st " 1911 

Egandale (or Ellis) av, from 67th to 79th sts " 1881 

Eightieth st, from Keynolds to Railroad avs ', 1881 

Eighty-third st, from Commercial av. to L. S. & M. S. E. R " 1911 

Eighty-fifth st, from Ontario to Superior avs " 1911 

Ellis av, from P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. to 75th st " 1912 

Evanston av, from Montrose hlvd. to Graoeland av " 2364 

Exchange av, from 99th to 100th sts " 1911 

Fifty-third st, from C, R. I. & P. R. R. to alley west " 1909 



'f! 



Florence av, from 42d to 43d sts " 1909 jji 

Forty-sixth st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs ' " 1909 j- 

Forty-seventh st, from Grand to Drexel blvds " 699 | 

Graceland av, from Lincoln st. to "Western av " 1881 | 

Graves pi, from Cottage Grove av. to 33d st " 2108 

Grove st, from Prospect to Hillard sts " 1845 

Halsted st, from 67th to 69th sts " 1845 

Hazel st, from Sulzer st. to Buena av " 2364 

Hilliard av, from 103d st. to C, St. L. & P. R. R " 1912 

Houston av, from 96th to 98th sts " 1846 

Jackson st, from 41st to 42d sts " 1908 

Jane st, from Ashland av. to Wood st " 2111 

Jeffrey av, from 75th to 77th sts " 1911 

La Salle st, from 60th to 61st sts " 1909 

Lawndale av, from Huron to Indiana sts " 1881 

Lexington aV, from 63d to 65th sts " 1913 

Lowe av, from 33d to 37th sts " 193 

Maple st, from 99th to Hough sts " 1912 

Monroe st, from Homan to Central Paak avs " 2017 

Moore st, from Western to California avs. . . '. t' 1476 

Myrtle ct, from Prospect av. to Wood st " 1881 

Ninety-fifth st, from Ewing av. to 95th st. bridge " 1846 

Ninety-fifth st, from Prairie to Vincennes avs *' 1845 

Ninety-fifth st, from Prairie to Vincennes avs., south side " 1881 

Ninety-ninth st, from Oak st. to Prospect av " 1912 

Norwood av, from Kedzie to Homan avs " 2111 

North av, from Hoyne to Milwaukee avs., south side " 1840 

North Branch st, from Division st. to Cherry av " 2008 

One Hundred and First st, from Halsted st. to Vincennes av " 1912 

Park av, from Everett st. to Irving Park blvd " 1907 

Park av, from Paulina st. to Western av " 2017 

Parnell av, from 35th to 37th sts " 192 

Prairie av, from 95th to 99th sts., west side j 4i j^j 

Prescott st, from Crawford av. to St. Charles av., south side " 2563 

Prescott st, from St. Charles to Crawford avs " 1660 

Robey st, from Washington blvd. to Taylor st " . 1881 

Saci'amento av, from 12th to Fillmore sts " 392 

St. Lawrence av, from 71st to 77th sts " 1912 

Seventieth st, from Stony Island to Seipp avs " 1912 

Seventy-fourth st, from Yates to Jeffery avs " 1912 

Seventy-seventh st, from Chauncey to Woodlawn avs " 1912 

Seventy-eighth st, from Nutt st. to Woodlawn av " 1912 

Sheffield av, from Belden to FuUerton avs " ' 2008 

Shell av, from 71st to 75th sts " 1912 



CLXXXVllI INDEX. 

ORDERS-LET CONTRACT. 

Sidewalks— Page. 

Sheridan av, from 83d to 87th sts Passed 1912 

Sixty-fourth st, from South Park to Vincennes avs " 1912 

Sixty-ninth st, from St. Lawrence to Cottage Grove avs " 1912 

Sixty-ninth st, from Prairie av. to State st. " 1912 

Sixty-ninth st, from S. Chicago to Cottage Grove avs " 1912 

State st, from 111th to 115th sts " 1912 

Stewart av, from 55th to 57th sts " 1910 

Stony Island av, from 56th to 67th sts " 1912 

Storms av, from 75th to 76th sts " 1912 

Summer st, from 83d to 87th sts " 1912 

Thirty-ninth st, from Grand hlvd. to Cottage Grove av " 2019 

Twenty-sixth st, from Western to Sacramento avs " 2219 

Union st, from 39th to Snyder sts " 1909 

Van Buren st, from Sangamon to Morgan sts " 2561 

Vernon av, from 34th to 35th sts " 2019 

Vernon av, from 63d to 65th sts " 1912 

Vincennes av, from 74th to 75th sts., east side " 1881 

Vincennes av (rd.), from 74th to 75th sts., west side " 1910 

Vincennes av (rd.), from 72d to 74th sts., east side " 1910 

Vincennes av (rd.), from 73d to 75th sts., west side \ ,1 |§?q 

Waubansia av, from Columbia to Howard avs " 1660 

Walnut st, from Paulina st. to Western av " 537 

Warren av, from Western av. to Rockwell st " 2017 

Washington av, from California to Western avs " 1660 

Webster av, from 74th to 75th sts. " 1910 

Wellington st, from Evanston av. to Clark st , " 2007 

Williams av, from Hamlin to Homan avs '* 2111 

Willis st, from Holcomb to Crawford avs " 1660 

Wood st, from Lake st. to Carroll av " 537 

Woodlawn av, from 60th to 67th sts " 2565 

Wright st, from 39th to 43d sts " 1909 

Wright st, from 47th to 55th sts , " 1881 

Sidewalk and crossing in 91st and other sts. in burned district So. Chicago, for replacing. " 1430 

Special assessment No. 16505 " 800 

Sprinkling in Thirty-second ward " 2295 

Water Mains- 
Douglas blvd, from Garfield to Douglas Parks " 1837 

Diversey av, from Maplewood av. to Humboldt blvd " 2111 

Eighty-eighth st, from St. Lawrence to Cottage Grove avs " 990 

Eighty-ninth st, from Vincennes to Dauphin avs " 990 

Ninetieth st, from St. Lawrence to Cottage Grove avs. " 990 

Water Service and Water Supply Pipes — 

Bonney av, from 26th to 29th sts '. " 303 

Douglas blvd, from Garfield to Douglas Parks " 1837 

Harrison st, from Kedzie to Crawford avs " 355 

Houston av, from 87th to 89th sts " 698 

Kinney av, from 72d st. to south 300 feet " 542 

Milwaukee av, from Crawford to Jefferson avs " 310 

Tripp av, from North to Humboldt avs " 704 

Washington blvd, from 40th to 52d sts " 484 

Waveland av, from Clark st. to Evanston av " 2365 

f '^' 936 

Wilcox av, from 40th to 46th sts i II J222 

L " 2205 



ORDERS— STAYING. 

Drains— 

Albany av, from 22d to 26th sts., stay coll Vetoed re-con. , file 823 

Bishop st, from 49th to 63d sts Passed 2099 

Central Park av, stay coll " 392 



INDEX. 



CLXXXIX 



ORDEKS— STAYING. 

Drains— Page. 

Columbia av, from North to Armitage avs., stay coll 'Passedl2364 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs " 1281 

Commercial av, from Lincoln to Graceland avs , " 2099 

Drexel blvd, from 47tli to 48tli sts " 935 

Drexel blvd, from 50th to 5}st sts " 935 

Exchange av, from 87th st. to Baltimoi-e av " 746 

Giddings st, from Robey to Leavitt sts ". 1883 

Hamlin av (Warrant 13831), stay coll '. " 303 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe blvd. to Belmont av ^ " 148 

Indiana st, from Monticello av to 40th st " 260 

Kedzie av, from 26th st. to Chicago River " 940 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts " 1882 

Lincoln st, from 35th to 39th st " 887 

Lincoln st, from 35th to 39th sts Vetoed re-con., lost 912 

Long John st, from Archer av to 39th st Passed 799 

Loomis st, from 47th st. to Garfield blvd., stay coll " 483 

. North Fifty-ninth st, from Clark st. to Southport av., stay coll ] Vetoed, ■re-coA'.,* filed 820 

Oakdale av, from Perry st. to Southport av Passed 2006 

2099 

843 

1479 

1887 

1843 

799 

2099 

823 

740 

764 

864 

840 

351 

799 

483 

983 

799 

198 

804 

2111 

2111 

939 

741 

1435 

1886 

1841 

2100 

2100 



Paulina st, from Roscoe st. to Berteau av " 

Pine st, stay collection " 

Pine st, from Clark st. to East Ravenswood Park " 

Poplar av, from Archer av. to to 29th st '. " 

Racine av, from Roscoe blvd. to Clark st " 

Robey st, from Archer av. to 39th st " 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to Halsted st 

Sixteenth st, from Central Park to Hamlin avs., stay coll Vetoed, re-con., filed 

Sixteenth st, stay coll Passed 

Sixteenth st, stay coll Vetoed, re-con., lost 

South Chicago av, from 87th to 92d sts Vetoed, re-con. 

Stony Island av, from 87th to 92d sts., stay coll Passed. 

Sundry Streets, Twenty-eighth ward 

Thirty-sixth st, from Western Avenue blvd. to Oakley av " 

Throop st, from 55th to 63d sts " 

Woodside av, bet. Roscoe blvd. and Cornelia st " 

Yorktown st, from 33d st. to Bross av •. " 

Improvements- 
Alley bet, Aberdeen st.. Center av., Tilden av. and Congress st " 

Alley bet. Adams, Jackson and Rockwell sts. and Washtenaw av " 

Alley bet. Adams and Monroe sts., Spaulding and Homan avs., stay coll. 

Alley bet. Adams st., Wilcox av., Rockwell st. and California av., stay coll " 

Alley, north and south, bet. Adams st. and Wilcox av., stay coll 

Alley bet. Ada, Sheldon, Randolph and Lake sts " 

AUey bet. Ashland, Paulina and Lake sts. and Park av " 

Alley bet. Austin av. and Ferdinand st. from Leavitt st. to Oakley av 

Alley bet. Belden, Fullerton, Osgood and Seminary avs. . . : " 

Alley in Block 2, D. S. Lee's Add 

AUey in Block 4, D. S. Lee's Add. 

Alley in Block 26, Ogden's Add., stay coll 

Alley in Block 8, D. S. Lee's Add 

Alley in Block 11, D. S. Lee's Add 



" 2100 

" 2100 

Alley bet. Blue Island av. and Peoria, Harrison and Gurley sts -j y^Qed re-con ' "filed 2167 

AUey bet. California av. and Francisco, Polk and Lexington sts Passed. 2100 



Alley bet. Campbell and Artesian avs., Fulton and Kinzie sts j 

Alley bet. Campbell and Artesian avs., Fulton st. and raUroad tracks 

AUey bet. Carroll av. and Fulton St., Ann and Elizabeth sts 

Alley from Clay to Center sts., bet. Sheffield av. and Bissell St., stay coll 

AUey bet. Congress and Harrison sts., Campbell av. and Union pi 

AUey bet. Congress and Harrison sts., Western and CampbeU avs., stay coll. 



260 
1903 
1903 

307 
2100 

804 

AUey bet. Congress and Harrison sts.. Center av. and Throop sts -I ylloed re-con filed 2338 

Alley bet. Congress and Harrison sts., from Cicero ct. to Union *pl ' Passed. 804 

AUey bet. 18th and 22d, Halsted and Johnson sts '• 976 



cxc 



INDEX. 



ORDERS-STAYma. 

Improvements— Page. 

Alley bet. 11th and Taylor sts., Blue Island av. and Sholto st Passed 258 

Alley bet. Elk Grove and Dudley sts., North and Wabansia avs " 649 

Alley bet. Ellis and Berkley avs., from 43d to 44th sts " 656 

Alley bet. Ellis av. and Drexel blvd., from 42d to 43d sts, stay assessment " 1845 

Alley bet. Ellis av. and Drexel blvd., from 42d to 43d sts " 2100 

Alley from Evanston av. west, bet. Graceland av. and Edgecomb ct " 572 

Alley bet. 41st st. and Bovi^en av., Vincennes av. and Grand blvd " 2124 

Alley from 42d to 43d sts., bet. Evans and Langley avs., stay contract " 1879 

Alley from 43d to 44th sts., bet. Grand blvd. and Calumet av " 1911 

Alley from 44th to 45th sts., bet. Sidney and Woodlawn avs., stay assessment " ,1879 

Alley bet. 49th and 50th sts,, Ellis av. and Drexel blvd " 481 

Alleys bet . Francisco st. and Sacramento av . , Polk and Lexington sts " 2100 

Alleys bet. Fremont and Bissell sts., Belden and Webster avs '• 2112 

Alleys from Fulton to Kinzie sts., bet. Leavitt st. and Irving pi \ u 925 

Alleys bet. Fulton, Walnut, Lincoln and Eobey sts " 805 

Alleys bet. Garfield av., Grove ct., Larrabee and Orchard sts " 1607 

Alleys bet. Garfield and Webster avs., Sheffield av. and Osgood st " 2008 

Alleys bet. Grand blvd. and Vincennes av., Bowen av. and 41st st " 656 

Alleys bet. Greenwood and Berkeley avs., 43d and 44th sts , '• 746 

Alleys bet. Halsted and Desplaines sts.. Bunker and De Koven sts " 198 

Alleys bet. Halsted and Union sts., Evans ct. and 18th st " 800 

Alleys bet. Harrison and Congress sts., from Halsted to Desplaines sts " 846 

Alleys bet. Harrison, Gurley, May and Aberdeen sts " 2201 

Alleys bet. Holt av. and Dickson st., Blanche st. and North av., stay coll " 537 

Alleys bet. Indiana st. and Austin av., Wood and Lincoln sts " 1886 

Alleys bet. Jackson blvd., and Owasco St., Eockwellst. and Washtenaw av., stay coll. " 804 

Alleys bet. Johnson st . and Newberry av. , Henry and 14th sts " 576 

Alleys bet. Kedzie and Albany avs., Polk and Lexington sts " 2100 

Alleys bet. Kedzie and Homan avs., Madison st. and Warren av " 2101 

Alleys bet. Kinzie and Fulton sts. , Diller st. and Western av - " 574 

Alley bet. Kinzie and Fulton sts., Irving pi. and LeaAdtt st " 1839 

Alley bet. Lake and Fulton sts. , Campbell, and Artesian avs " 1903 

Alley bet. Lake and Eandolph, Sheldon and Ada sts " 1016 

( *' 1477 

Alley bet, Lake and Walnut sts., Francisco st. and Sacramento av < n jgQg 

Alley bet. Lake st. and Washington blvd., California av. and Clarkson ct " 2100 

Alley bet. Leavitt st. and Irving av., Adams st. and Jackson blvd — " 492 

Alley bet. Langley and Champlain avs., 44th and 45th sts " 480 

( " 1889 

Alley bet. Langley and Cottage Grove avs., 38th and 39th sts < u jjqq 

Alley bet. Larrabee st. and Lincoln av., Webster and Belden avs " 2112 

Alley bet. Lytle st. and Centre av., Taylor and 12th sts " 1884 

Alley bet. Madison and Monroe sts., Leavitt st. and Hoyne av " 193 

Alley bet. Madison st. and Warren av., from Albany to Kedzie avs " 804 

Alley bet. Madison st. and Warren av., Rockwell st. and California av " 2367 

Alley bet. Maplewood av. and Eockwell St., Lake and Fulton sts " 491 

Alley bet. May and Aberdeen sts., Polk and Gurley sts " 2100 

Alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., Harrison st. and Hubbard ct " 1474 

Alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., from Hubbard ct. south 80 feet " 2288 

Alley bet. Michigan and Kinzie sts., from Clark st. to Dearborn av " 113 

Alley, first west of Michigan av., from 110th to 111 sts " 2202 

Alley from Noble st. to C. & N. W. R. E., bet. Ingraham and Blackhawk sts., stay coll " 537 

Alley bet. North av., Bloomingdale Koad, Elk Grove av. and Dudley st " 1884 

Alley bet. North av. and Keenon st., Paulina st. and Ashland av , " 2217 

Alley bet. North av. and Starr st., Sedgwick and Franklin sts '' 1884 

Alley bet. North and Wabansia avs., Elk Grove and Girard sts " 806 

I " 1840 

Alley bet. North and Wabansia avs., Leavitt and Shober sts i n. g^j 

Alley bet. Oakley and Claremont avs., Van Buren and Harrison sts " 2100 

Alley bet. Ogden av.. Van Buren st., Hermitage av. and Jackson st " 2110 

Alley from Orchard to Larrabe sts. , between Kemper pi. and Belden av " 1280 

Alley bet. Eobey and Lincoln, Huron and Erie sts " 1903 

Alley bet. Eockwell and Washtenaw, Flournoy and Lexington sts " 2100 



INDEX. CXCI 

ORDERS— STAYmG. 

Improvements — Page, 

Alley bet. Rush and State sts., Walton pi. and Oak st Passed 198 

Alley bet. Samuel, Jane, Wood and Division sts " 2100 

Alley from Scott st. to north terminus bet. Stone and Astor sts " 158 

Alley bet. Seminary av. and Osgood st. from Belden to Fullerton avs " 1280 

Alley bet. Shober st. and Wabansia av., North av. and Leavitt st S. & A. W. D. 1477 

Alley bet. Sholto, Aberdeen, Gurley and Polk sts -I ?r^?^®4 •:■■■ ^014 

( Vetoed, re-con. filed. 2167 

Alley bet. Sholto, Aberdeen, Taylor and Damon sts Passed. 1884 

Alley bet. Spaulding and Turner avs., 19th and 21st sts., stay coll " 740 

Alley bet. State and Dearborn sts., from 49th to 51st sts ', " 4S2 

Alley bet. Taylor and Damon sts.. May and Aberdeen sts " 19S 

Alley bet. Taylor and Damon sts. , Sholto and Aberdeen sts " 19S 

Alley bet. Taylor and Polk, Miller and Sholto sts " 258 

Alley bet. Taylor and 12th sts.. Center av. and May st .> .' " igg 

Alley from 31st to 33d sts., on the east and west sides of L. S. & M. S. R. R " 1114 

Alley bet. 25th and 26th sts.. State st. and Wabash av •' 2100 

Alley under Docket numbers 17369, 17540 and 17545 S. & A., N. D. 1883 

Alley under Warrant numbers 17546, 17540 and 17369 File 2031 

Alley bet. Union Park pi. and Fulton st.. Lake st and St. Johns pi ^ Passed 741 

Alley bet. Van Buren and Congress sts. , Aberdeen st. and Center av " 395 

Alley bet. Van Buren and Congress sts., Ashland av. and Laflin sts " 646' 

Alley bet. Van Buren and Harrison sts., Irving and Oakley avs " 804 

Alley bet. Van Buren and Harrison sts.. Claremont and Western avs \ lt^!^^4 a;-- ^'^ 

I Vetoed, re-con., filed 82^ 

Alley bet. Warren av. and Washington St., Albany and Kedzie avs Vetoed, re-con., filed 821 

Alley bet. Washtenaw and California avs, Harrison and Flournoy sts Passed 2100 

Alley bet. Washtenaw and California avs,, Lexington and Flournoy sts " 210O 

Alley from Webster to Fullerton avs., bet. Southport and High sts " 128O 

Alleys bet. Webster, Seminary, Belden and Clifton avs " 21OO 

Alleys bet. Western and Artesian avs.. Lake and Fulton sts " 1903. 

Alleys bet. Western and Campbell avs., Flournoy and Lexington sts " 2219 

Alleys bet. Western and Campbell avs., Polk and Harvard sts " 2218 

Alleys bet. Western and Campbell avs., Polk and Lexington sts " 2213 

Alleys bet. Western av. and Diller sts., Fulton and Kinzie sts " 260 

Alleys bet. Wood and Lincoln, Polk and Taylor sts " 210O 

Alleys bet. Wood and Samuel sts., from Jane to Emily sts " jggg 

All improvements which will not be completed during the year, to stay coll " 84& 

Aberdeen st, stay coll i ^r^f^^^ • • • • • 808- 

( Vetoed, re-con., filed 820 

Aberdeen st, from 55th to 59th sts Passed 48^ 

Aberdeen st, from 57th to 59th sts " jgSO 

Aberdeen st, from 59th to 63d sts., stay coll -I ?r^f ^^ • • • • : 813 

I Vetoed, re-con., filed 823 

Anthony av, from South Park av. to 70th st Passed 2101 

Armour av, from 55th to 58th sts " 2294 

Ashland av, from 59th to 63d sts " 2204 

Atlantic st, from 39th to Root sts " J881 

Augusta st, from Robey st. to California av " j^oi^ 

Avers av, bet. Chicago av. and Ohio st S. & A., W. D. 8O5 

Avers av, bet. Kinzie st. and Chicago av Filed 906 

Baltimore av, from Commercial av. to 83d st Passed 934 

Baltimore av, from Commercial av. to 83d st., stay coll Vetoed, Re-con., Lost 948- 

Carpenter st, from 50th to 51st sts Passed 2101 

Carpenter st, from 55th to 59th sts i '' 482r 

1 " 2101 

Carpenter st, from 59th to 63d sts \ ?.^!^®^ • • • • ; 813 

I Vetoed, re-con., filed 824 

Cass st, from Michigan to Rush sts Passed 844 

Cedar st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs \ Z^T^^' •^•,- • ; ^^'^^ 

„ . ' ..^, ^ „,. ^ (Vetoed, re-con., filed 2167 
Center av, from 14th to 22d sts. ^ Passed 262 

Champlain st, from Archer av. to 37th st. .-. '. " J435. 

Chicago av, from California to Crawford avs " g05 

Chicago av, from California to Crawford avs. , stay coll " §0^ 

Clarkson av, from Bloomingdale rd. to Palmer av \ ?r^?^® ^ : • • • 847 

I Vetoed,^re-con., lost 865' 



CXCII INDEX. 

ORDERS-STAYING. 

Improvements— Page* 

Cologne st, from Main to Quarry sts Passed 1888 

Cologne st, from Main to Quarry sts., to stay coll " 1902 

Colorado av, from Central Park av. to Douglas blvd j P f "d' ^' ''^' 803 

Colorado av, from Central Park av. to Garfield blvd., stay coll " 804 

Colorado av, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av " 647 

Commercial st., from Lincoln to Berteau avs } ^- . '^•■' ^' ^' J.9.^ 

Congress st, from Homan av. to Central Park av., stay coll Passed 493 

Cornelia st, frota Clark st. to Eacine av., stay coll " 396 

Cornelia st, from Wood st. to Southport av., to stay coll -j p^f^-j ' Z?f 

Cottage Grove av, from 71st to 75tli sts., stay coll Passed 1351 

Cross st, from Lyman to 31sts " 1835 

Dayton st, from Eastman st. to North av " 743 

Dayton st, from Rees st. to North av " 2101 

Dearborn st, from Madison to Harrison sts., stay coll .' " 1277 

Dickson st, from North av. to Bloomingdale rd " 489 

Division st, from State st. to lake shore •' 1072 

Duncan Park, from Wright to Wallace sts " 1881 

Edbrooke pi, from Western to Powell avs " 648 

Ellis av, from 41st to 46th sts " 815 

Elston av, from Milwaukee to North avs " 1477 

Elston av, from Snow st. to Belmont av " 806 

Emerald av, from 56th to 59th sts " 654 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts " 2101 

Exchange av, from 87th st. to Baltimore av " 747 

Fairview av, from Fullerton av. north " 258 

Faye st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R i '.! ^^^ 

Ferdinand st, from Noble to Armour sts " 2101 

Fifty-first ct, from Halsted to Morgan sts " 2204 

Fifty-first st, from Ashland av. to Wood st -j pafs^d''.^.' ^l 655 

Fifty-second st, from Drexel to Cottage Grove avs Passed 746 

Fifty-second st, from Morgan st. to Center av " 2101 

Fifty-seventh st, from Morgan st. to Center av " 1880 

Fifty-seventh st, from Morgan st. to Ashland av " 2101 

Fillmore av, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av < „ 

Floumoy st, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av < j, 

Fourteenth st, from Wood st. to Irving av. " 2101 

Forty-first st, from Halsted st. to P., F. W. & C. R. R '• 2363 

Forty-second pi, from Vincennes to St. Lavsrence avs -j u gj^j 

Forty-sixth st, from Union to Stewart avs " 2123 

Forty-seventh st, from Halsted to Stewart avs " 703 

Forty-eighth st, from Cottage Grove to St. Lawrence avs " 568 

Forty-eighth st, from Madison to Woodlawn avs " 481 

Forest av, from Fullerton av., north " 258 

Fox st, from 31st to Waterville sts " 391 

Frankfort st, from Hoyne av. to Leavitt st " 1840 

Frankfort st, from Robey to Leavitt sts " 2016 

Franklin st, from Jackson St., south, curb walls " 1474 

Franklin st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av : " 2101 

Franklin st, from Van Buren to Harrrison sts " 2107 

Grace st, from Clark st. to Lincoln av " 2101 

Grace st, from Clark st. to Southport av = " 705 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Ravenswood Park S. & A„ N. D. 706 

Grand av, stay coll Passed 809 

Giddings st, from Robey to Leavitt sts .t. " 1882 

Gordon st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs " 2101 

Greenwich st, stav coll " 646 

Grenshaw st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av \ » 2101 



648 
2101 

648 
2101 



INDEX. 



CXClll 



ORDERS-STAYING. 

Improvements— Page. 

Grenshaw st, from Spaulding to Homan avs Passed 304 

Hamlin av, sundry improvements, stay colls " 392 

Harrison st, from Kedzie to Cravpford avs \ ^^?^®^ ••,••; ^^^ 

j Vetoed, re-con., filed 821 

Homan av, from Central Park blvd. to Lake st Passed 

Homan av, from Kinzie to Ohio sts " 

Hoyne av, from Archer av. to 34th st., cindering " 

Hoyne av, from Archer av. to 34th sts., stay coll " 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe blvd. to Belmont av i 1' 

Hoyne av, from 17th to 18th sts •, i )' 

Illinois av, from 32d to 33d sts., stay coll " 

Illinois st, from 3--2d to 33d sts Vetoed, re-con., lost 

Indiana st, from Clark to St. Clair sts Passed 

Johns pi, from Halsted st. to C, B. & Q. R. R , i 

Kedzie av, from North av. to Augusta st " 

Keefe av, from Rhodes to Anthony avs. " 

Kinney av, from 71st to 73d sts : " 

Kinzie st, from Paulina st. to Oakley av " 

Lake st, from Homan av. to 40th st., stay coll " 

Langley av, from 63d st. to 69th st. " 

Laurel av, from Fullerton av to Diversey av " 

Lawndale av, from Ohio st. to Chicago av., stay coll \ ?r^?^®4 j*, • •; 

* ' "^ ( Vetoed, re-con. and lost 

Leavitt st, from Archer av. to Bross av Passed 2221 

Leavitt st, from Clybourn av. to Belmont av " 983 

Lexington st, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av " 648 

Leland st, from Robey st. to Leavitt st \ lt^f^®*J '.;,• -^-i' '^ l^.^l 

I Vetoed, re-con. and filed 2167 

Lincoln av, from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd Passed 806 

Lincoln st, from 35th st. to 39th st i " 799 

Linden av., to stay coU , Vetoed, re-con. and filed 824 

Loomis st, from 47th st. to Garfield blvd Passed 146 

Loomis st, from 47th st. to 49th st " 813 

Loomis st, from Van Buren st. to Madison st., stay coll •' 713 

Lubeck st, from Robey st. to Western av " 847 

Lunt av, from West Ridge to the lake shore " 808 

Madison st, from W. 40th to 46 sts., stay coll " 2123 

Madison st, from W. 40th to 46th sts., stay coll Vetoed, re-con. and filed 2166 

Madison st, from W. 40th to 46th sts Passed 2122 

Madison st, from W. 40th to W. 46th sts Vetoed, re-con. and filed 2167 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton av. north Passed 258 

Marianna st, from Southport to Lincoln avs " 2206 

Marianna st, from Southport to Lincoln avs Vetoed, re-con., S. & A., N. D. 2257 

Market st, from Madison to Randolph sts., stay coll Passed 1277 

Mathew st, from Ogden av. to Wood St., stay coll " 646 

Mattison st, from Wallace st. to U. S. Y. R. R. tracks, stay coll S. & A., S. D. 2204 

Milv^aukee av, from Chicago to North avs., granite blocks Passed 1349 



805 
980 
799 

887 

148 
2101 

1836 
2101 

740 

763 

844 

1836 
2101 

574 
2101 

542 
1839 

304 
2101 

489 

848 
864 



Milwaukee av, from Lake st. to Chicago av 

Mitchell av. from North av. to Bloomingdale rd., stay coll 

Morgan st, from 57th to 63d sts 

Moore st, from Pan Handle R. R. to Boulevard 

Moore st, from Pan Handle R. R. to Southwest blvd., stay contract for 

Moore st, from Wood st. to Pan Handle R. R 

Ninety -first st, from Cottage Grove to S . Park avs 

Ninety-third st, from Harbor to S. Chicago avs '. 

Oakdale av, from Perry st. to Southport av 

Oakley av, from Archer av. to 36th st 

Ogden av, from 22d st. to Crawford av., stay coll 



1071 
649 

1107 
356 
495 
356 
816 
657 

2006 

1113 



" .802 

Ohio st, from Springfield to Avers avs i Filed ' ^ ^ QOfi 

Oak st, from Larrabee st. to Hawthorne av , Passed 807 

Parmelee st, from Hoyne to Western avs ; " 940 



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IXDEX. 



ORDERS-STAYING. 

Improvements— Page, 

Paxton av, from 75th to 79th sts Passed 567 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs j S & A N f) 210? 

Paulina st, from Koscoe st. to Berteau av Passed 2100 

Pearl st, bet. Garfield and Webster avs " 982 

Perry st, from Belmont to Graceland avs., stay coll " 810 

Perry av, from Belmont to Graceland avs, stay coll Vetoed, re-con. and filed 824 

( Passed 711 

Peterson st, from Eobey st. to Hoyne av ■< Passed 2366 

( Vetoed, re-con. and S. & A., W. D. 2499 

Polk st, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av Passed 648 

Poplar av, from Archer av. to 29th st " 1603 

Racine av, from Roscoe blvd. to Clark st " 1843 

Rebecca st, from Rockwell st. east 429 feet " 2101 

Rhodes av, from 67th st. to Keefe av " 2101 

Rhodes av, from 70th to 73d sts -. " 2100 

Robey st, from Archer av. to 37th st " 1888 

Robey st, from Archer av. to 39th st S. & A., S. D. 89 

St. Lawrence av, from 63d to 73d sts Passed 2101 

School st, from Clark st. to Racine av '" 1661 

Seminary av, from Wellington to Diversey sts " 982 

Seventieth st., from St. Lawrence to South Park avs " 2100 

Seventy-first st., from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., stay coll " 117 

Seventy second st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs " 2101 

Seventy-third st. from Cottage Grove to South Park avs " 2101 

Seventy-fourth st, from Yates to Bond avs " 542 

( " 1841 

Sheffield av., from Weed st. to North av -j ^ ij^J 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale Road to Armitage av " 1907 

Shields av, from 43d to 45th sts " 2101 

Short st, stay coll " 1888 

Short st, from Hickory st. to C. & A. R. R., stay coll \ !! 2221 

Sixtieth st, from Halsted st. to Center av, stay coll " 813 

Sixtieth st, from Halsted st. to Center av Vetoed, re-con., filed. 822 

Sixty-first st, from Halsted st. to Center av Passed. 2204 

Sixty -third st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs " 2100 

Sixty-fifth st, from State St. to C, R. L & P. R. R " 2100 

Sixty-fifth ct, from Stewart av. to Honore st., stay coll " 655 

Sixty-ninth st, from South Park av. to Anthony av " 2101 

South Park av, from 87th to 91st sts " 816 

Southport av, stay coll " 844 

Spaulding av, from 22d to 24th sts., stay coll -j „ ^1 

Springfield av, bet. Chicago av. and Ohio st S. & A., W. D. 805 

Springfield av, bet. Kinzie st. and Chicago av Filed 906 

Springer av, from Laurel to Watervllle sts Passed 390 

State st, from 26th to 29th sts '. \ PaSed" ^* ^' 301 

Station st, from Leavitt st. to Western av Passed 197 

Streets bet. 69th and 71st sts., Woodlawn av. and I. C. R. R S. «fc A., S. D. 1847 

Sundry streets, 33d ward. Gross Sub Passed 840 

Swan st, from Stewart av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R " 2100 

System of Streets, Fifteenth ward " 806 

Talman av, from Lake st. to C. & N. W. R. R " 1839 

Taylor st, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av " 648 

Thirty-second st, from Halsted to Laurel sts " 1836 

Thirty-second st, from Ullman to Benson sts " 2109 

Thirty-third st, from Archer to Oakley avs., stay coll " 302 

Thirty-third st, from Archer av. to I. & M. Canal ., " 799 

Thirty-third st, from Ashland av. to Paulina st " 715 

Thirty-sixth st, from Halsted to Laurel sts .*. S. & A., S. D. 89 

Thirty-sixth st, from Halsted to Butler sts Passed. 715 

Thirty-sixth st, from Halsted to Laurel sts. , stay coll Vetoed, re-con. and lost 764 

Thirty-sixth st, from Western to Kedzie avs Passed 812 



INDEX. 



CXCV 



Improvements- 



ORD ERS— ST A YING; 



Page. 



Thirty-sixth st, from Western Avenue blvd. to Oaklev av i Passed 799 

I " 1836 



Thirty-seventh st, from Halsted to Laurel sts., 

Thirty-seventh ct, from Halsted to Laurel sts. , 
Thirty-eighth st, from Ashland to Western avs 



stay coll. 



S. D. 



161 
390 

1836 

1068 

89 



Thirty-eighth st, from Halsted to Laurel sts. , stay coU j S. & A „,. 

,.,.,, (Passed 160 

Thirty-ninth st. (West), from Harrison to 12th sts Passed 648 

Thomas st. bet. Wood and Leavitt sts., all improvements .'..*.*.'.'.'.*.*.' " 

Throop st, from 21st to 22d sts " 

Trumbull av, stay coll «t 

Trumbull av, from Central Park blvd. to Ohio st. , stay coll " 

Trumbull av, Kinzie to Chicago avs [ n 

Turner av, from 22d to 24th sts., stay coU j " 



Twelfth st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av.. stay coll. 



940 
714 
654 
2101 
2101 
2101 
2108 



1885 

391 

197 

159 

" 260 

j " 2017 

I " 2018 

j Passed 804 

( Vetoed, re-con. and filed 824 

Twelfth st, from Michigan to Wabash avs Passed 2222 

Twelfth st. Warrant 8586 ...,....'..". 

Twenty-sixth st, from Hamlin to Crawford avs " 

Union av, from 56th to 59th sts * " .. 

Vernon av, from 69th to 73d sts ' * ;i 

Vincennes av, from Anthony av. to 73d sts *' 

Vincennes av, from 63d st. to South Chicago av «' 

Vmcennes av, from 35th to 39th sts , i Passed „^„^ 

( Vetoed, re-con. and filed 2167 

Wallace av, from Humboldt blvd. to Belmont av Passed 489 

Ward st, from Clybourn to FuUerton avs " jjg^ 

Ward st, from Diversey st. to Wrightwood av., stay coll " " 309 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollock sts J Passed! .........'.'.'.'.'.'.[.'. 2290 

( Vetoed, re-con. and iaied 2338 

Weed st, from Clybourn av. to the river Passed 743 

Wendell av, from 83d st. to B. & O. E. K. tracks * « 

Wright st, from 39th to 43d sts ...'/, '< 

Wrightwood av, from Southport to Clybourn avs " 

Yates av, from 71st to 75th sts « 

Lamp Posts — 

Albany av, from 25th to 26th sts. , stay coll ■] Vetoed', re-con*. ," fl'l'ed 822 

(Passed '. 940 

Passed... v.. v.". ".','.*...' 801 
Vetoed, re-con., flie'd 821 
California av, from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd., gas Passed 1014 

486 
890 

1885 
253 
253 

1109 
843 
864 



252 
812 
809 
115 



lost 



Eastwood av, from Halsted st. to Sheffield av., stay coll " 

Elston av, from Snow st. to Belmont av 

Fairfield av, from North av. to Hirsch st., and connections 

Forty-fifth st, bet. Ellis and Vincennes avs 

Forty-fifth st, bet. Woodlawn and Vincennes av 

George st, from Southport to Kacine avs 

Pine st, stay coll 

Pine st, from Ashland av, to E. Eavenswood Park Vetoed, re-con, 

Vincennes av, from 39th to 47th sts Passed 2099 

Winona st, stay coll " gQg 

Winona st, from Clark st. to Evanston av., stay coll Vetoed, re-con., filed 819 

Open — 

Alley in Block 5, Cleaverville Passed 2361 

Alley in Block 7, Stave and Klemen's Sub '« §99 

Alley bet. 45th st. and 45th ct., Armour av. and Dearborn st., stay coll " 1908 

Alley bet. 45th and 46th sts., Wentworth av. and Clark st S. «fc A. S. D. 2368 

Alley bet. 70th and 71st sts., Wentworth av. and Tale st Passed 1549 

Alley from Talman to Washtenaw avs., bet. 15th st. and Ogden av., stay coll. " 714 

Congress st, from Homan to Central Park avs., stay coll " ij'4j 

Lake View av, stay coll " ^1^2 



CXCVl 



INDEX. 



ORDERS— STAYING. 



Open 



Page. 



Ninety-first st, from State to Canal sts Passed 936 



One Hundred and Third st, from Avenue "M" to the river. 

Parnell av, from 103d to l04th sts 

Sixtieth st, from State st. to Wentworth av 

Seventy -fourth pi, from Jeffrey av. east. Stave & Klemen's Sub., Block 7. . . 

Wabash av, from 107th to 109th sts 

Washtenaw av, from Harrison st. to Washingrton blvd., stay coll. one year. 

Open and extend Fall st, from Warren av. to Madison st., stay coll 

Open and extend Lake View av, from St. James pi. to Fullerton av., stay coll. 

Open and widen Forty-eicrhth st, from Cottage Grove av. to Grand blvd 

Open and widen Forty-eighth st, from Indiana av. to Grand blvd. 



698 

" 1431 

" 813 

" 401 

" 2100 

" 712 

" 805 

" 1551 

...... " 541 

S. & A., S. D. 815 



Open and widen Sacramento av, from 22d to 26th sts Passed 2100 



572 



2099 
255 
147 
570 
147 
115 

2220 
255 
809 



Open and widen Sheffield av, from N. 59th st. to 550 feet north of Ardmore av 

Sewer in— . .,-,-, 

Alley south of 55th st, from Loomis st. to Ashland av 

Ashland av, from Balmoral to Claremont avs., stay coll 

Ashland av, from North 59th st. to Balmoral av., stay coll 

Atlantic st, from 45th to Bristol sts 

Balmoral av, from Ashland av. to East Kavenswood Park, stay coll 

Bennett av, from 72d to 73d sts 

Chase ct, from Blue Island av. to Coulter st., stay coll 

Claremont av, from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av., stay coll 

Clark st, stay coll :••••} Vetoed, re-con., filed 822 

Clark st, from 91st to 95th sts Passed 2100 

Cloud ct, from 91st st. to C. & WM. E. R •• • '' 2100 

Commercial av, from Lincoln to Berteau aves " 2100 

. .r,^^n i S- & A., S. D. 1878 

Cottage Grove av, Warrant 17069 ) Passed 1912 

Cromwell st Passed 1904 

East Eavenswood Park, stay coll 

East Eavenswood Park, from alley south of Church rd. to alley north of Eidge av. 

East Eavenswood Park, from Balmoral to Claremont avs., stay coll 

East Eavenswood Park, from N. 59th st. to Balmoral av., stay coll 

Fifty-seventh st 

Fifty-seventh st, from Center to Ashland avs 

Fifty-eighth st, from Center to Ashland avs r • • • 

Forty-second st (west), from C, B. & Q, E. E. to 28th st. (sewer drains) 

Goodwin st, from Central Park to Homan avs 

Garwin st, from 91st to 96th sts 

Grace st, from Clark st, to Lincoln av 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Clark st 

Gross av, from 91st to 95th sts 

Harding av, from Lake to Kinzie sts 

Haugan av, from Addison to Byron sts 

c Passed 804 

Homan av, from Ohio to Kinzie sts . , to stay coll j yetoed",' re-con.',' filed 823 

Luella av, from 73d to 74th sts Passed 1911 

May st, from 73d to 75th sts 

Paulina st, from Eoscoe st. to Berteau av 

Paxton av, from 67th to 71st sts 

Paxton av, from 71st to 75th sts 

Paxton av, from 73d to 75th sts 

Pine st, from Ashland av. to E. Eavenswood Park, to stay coll 

Eailroad av, from 71st to 73d sts 

Eascher av, from E. Eavenswood Park to Ashland av 

Ehine st 

^ ^ ^ . . n (Passed 810 

Eidge av, from Peterson to Grant avs., to stay coll -j yetoed, re-con., filed 823 

Southport av. (Eogers Park), stay coll Passed 652 

Southport av, from Hayes to Homan avs • "' 2100 

Stewart av, from Gordon to 45th sts " 14^2 

Summerdale av, from Ashland av. to E. Eavenswood Park, to stay coll " 147 

Twenty-fourth st, from Crawford to Hamlm avs -j " gjoo 



810 

255 

147 

1880 

2099 

2100 

1609 

2018 

2100 

2100 

705 

2100 

1886 

705 



2203 

2100 

2100 

2100 

656 

147 

115 

255 

1904 



INDEX. CXCVII 

ORDERS-STAYING. 

Sewer in— Page. 

Twenty-fifth st, from Crawford to Hamlin avs \ Massed 1887 

Twenty-sixth st, from 40th to 46th sts., sewer drains " 1609 

Walnut st, from A shland av. to E. Ravenswood Park, stay coll " 147 

Wentworth av, stay coll., Warrant 17334 J S. & A., S. D. 114 

" I Passed 745 

Wright st, from Balmoral to Claremont avs., stay coll Passed 255 

Sidewalk on— 

Bennett av, from 72d to 75th sts " 115 

California av, from 39th to 47th sts " 2100 

Calumet av, from 43d to 51st sts., stay assessment " 1879 

Carpenter st, from Madison to Washington sts. , stone " 2291 

Clark st, from Division st. to North av Filed. . . 158 

Dearborn st, from 12th to 26th sts Passed 2100 

Eighty-fifth st, from Commercial to Juniata av., Warrant No. 15974, •' 479 

Eighty-eighth st, from South Chicago av. to I. C. R. R " 543 

Ellis Park, from 36th to 37th sts " 716 

Elm st, bet. E. Meridian and Charles sts,, north side, stay coll " 400 

Elston av. Warrant 17613 " 1340 

Fifteenth st, from State to Clark sts " 2100 

Fifty-first st, from State st. to Grand blvd., stay assessment " 1879 

Fifty-third st, from East End to Drexel avs., stay assessment. No. 17769 " 1879 

Fortieth st. (West) (Crawford av.), from 31st to 33d sts.. Warrant 813 " 399 

Forty-fourth st, from Michigan av. to Grand blvd " 540 

Forty-seventh st, from Grand to Drexel blvds., north side *' 115 

Forty-seventh st, from State st. to Grand blvd " 2361 

Forty-eighth st, from Cottage Grove to St. Lawrence avs " 568 

Forty-eighth st, from State st. to Indiana av " 935 

Fulton st, from Kedzie to Central Park avs " §48 

George st, from Perry st. to Ashland av " 1350 

Hamlin av, from 29th to 31st sts \ Passsed, 888 

( Vetoed, re-con., lost 912 

Homan av, from 66th to 67th sts Passed 2100 

Hoyne av, from Wabansia to Armitage avs " 197 

Indiana st, from 45th to 46th sts. (west) " 1430 

Jackson st, from Canal to Halsted sts " 807 

Jeffrey av, from 75th to 77th sts " 2IOO 

Justine st, from 55th to 63d sts , " 2204 

Kedzie av, from 49th to 63d sts., east side " 2100 

Kedzie av, from North av. to Palmer square " 1907 

Kinzie st, from Wells to State sts. to stay coll " 113 

Lincoln av, from Clay st. to Washington av., west side " 2IOO 

Monroe st, from Kedzie to Homan avs -I l[ A^ 

Morgan st, from Lake to Van Buren sts " 2366 

Murray st, bet. 99th and 103d sts., east side -; , " 569 

Murray st, from 99th to 100th sts " 2362 

North av, from Robey st. to California av " 573 

Oglesby av, from 73d to 75th sts " 115 

Palmer av, from 67th to 71st sts " 2100 

Pearson st, from State to Rush sts . , stone walk, south side " 257 

Peoria st, from Lake to Madison sts " 2366 

Prescott st, from Crawford to St. Charles avs. , south side " 21OO 

Ridgeland av, from North av. to C, M. & St. P. Ry " 2100 

St. Lawrence av, from 41st to 42d sts " 568 

St. Lawrence av, from 47th to 51st sts., east side " 1074 

Sacramento av, from 12th to Fillmore sts " 92 

Sangamon st, from Lake to Van Buren sts., stone " 2291 

Seventy-second st., from Yates to Railroad avs " 2IOO 

Seventy-third st, from Jeffrey to Yates avs., north side " 568 

Seventy-third st, from Yates to Bissell avs., north side " 2100 

Seventy-third st, from Seipp to Jeffrey avs., north side | I', ^^^ 

Seventy-fourth st, bet. Yates and Jeffrey avs " 1543 



CXCVIll INDEX. 

ORDERS-STAYING. 

Sidewalk on— Page' 

Sheridan av, from 12th to Fillmore sts Passed 92 

2204 

2100 

539 

797 

739 

536 

536 

2006 

1879 

1879 



Sixty-third st, from Centre to Ashland avs 

Sixty-third St, from Halsted to Ashland avs 

Streets bet. W. 46th and W. 48th sts., from Chicago av. to Division st 

Thirty -fifth st, bet. South Park and Cottage Grove avs 

Thirty -ninth st, from Lake av. to east terminus ' 

Twenty -fourth st, from Hamlin to Ci-awfoi'd avs., north side, stay coll 

Twenty-fifth st, from Hamlin to Crawford avs., north side, stay coll 

Wabansia av, from C, M. & St. P. K. E. to McAuley av 

Wabash av, from 47th to 48th sts., east side, stay assessment 

Wabash av, from 51st to 55th sts., stay assessments 

Walnut st, bet. 84th and 87th sts., west side | filfd^'' ^" ^" 662 

Woodlavni av, stay coll Passed 116 

Yates av, from 71st to 75th sts " 115 

Special Assessments, Nos. 14738, 15045, 15173 and 15339 S. & A., W. D. 114 

Special Assessments, No. 16825, Lot 12, Block 5 Passed 986 

Special Assessments, Nos. 17724 and 17730 " 1847 

Warrants — 

No. 813, sidewalk on Crawford av Passed 399 

No. 4150, improving Station st " 197 

No. 8586, improving 12th st " 940 

No. 8819, sidewalk on North av. " 574 

No. 11925, improving Colorado av " 803 

No. 12130, water service pipes, Hamlin av " 392 

No. 12130, water service pipes, 26th st " 714 

No. 12413, improving Ogden av " 802 

No. 12724 " 392 

No. 12768, improving Kedzie av *' 574 

No. 12902, improving Frankfort st. ..........;.......... < 

No. 12925, open Lake View av \ 

Fo. 13209, improving Aberdeen st " 808 

No. 13401 " nil 

Nos. 13473, 13570, 14381, 14396, 14836, 15576, 16776 and 14298 " 645 

No. 13712, water service pipes, Yates av " lie^ 

No. 13779, water service pipes, W. Van Buren st " . 803 

No. 13831, drains in Hamlin av. " 30a 

No. 13857, improving Hamlin av • " 392 

No. 13978, opening and widening Sheffield av " 572 

No. 14079, water service pipes, Oglesby av " 542 

Nos. 14297, 15518, 16173 and 16721 " 802 

No. 143927, opening of Parnell av " 1431 

No. 14402, sidewalk, 73d st., Seipp to Jeffrey avs , " 568 

No. 14477 " 808 

No. 14593, water service pipes, Duncan av " 349 

Nos. 14738, 15045, 15173 and 15339 " 399 

No. 14765, improving Yates av " 115 

No. 144804, opening of 91st st " 936 

No. 14854, improving Trumbull av -j >< ^g^ 

No. 14858, sewer, Clark st " 809 

No. 14858, sewer, Clark st Voted, re-con. and filed " 822 

No. 14887, water service pipes, Hamlin av " 392 

No. 14918, drains, Kedzie av " 940 

Nos. 14923 and 15040, drains, Drexel Boul " 935 

No. 14975, improving Grand av " 809 

No. 15013, improving alley in Block 26, Ogden's Add " 846 

No. 15058, water service pipes, Homan av " 805 

Nos. 15077 and 17236, improving South Park av ." 816 

No. 15078, water service pipes, Palmer av " 116 

Nos. 15090, 15091, 15092, 15093, 15100 and 15426 " 483 

No. 15228, water service pipes in Melrose st " 706 



1840 
201& 

572 
1551 



INDEX. 



CXOiX 



ORDERS— STAYING. 



Warrants- 
No. 15251 
No. 15256, 
No. 15261 
No. 15273, 
No. 15279 
No. 15289 
No. 15291 
No. 15299 
No. 15335 
No. 15342, 
No. 15351 
No. 15396, 
No. 15480 
No. 15508 
No. 15517 
No. 15518, 
No. 15571 
No. 15675 
No. 15636 
No. 15646 
No. 15650. 
No. 15656 
No. 15661 
No. 15718 
No. 15780, 
No. 15814 
No. 15864 
No. 15875 
No. 15881 
No. 15905 
No. 15907 
No. 15915 
No. 15928, 
No. 15974 
No. 15978 
No. 15994, 
No. 15997 
No. 16002, 
No. 16003 

No. 16031 

No. 16121 
No. 16128 

No. 16173. 

No. 16227, 
No. 16228 
No. 16261 
No. 16263 
No. 16428 
No. 16439, 
No. 16463 
No. 16517 

No. 16524 



open alley in Block 7, Stave & Klemens' Sub 

open alley bet. Talman and "Washtenaw avs., 15tli st. and Ogden av. 

improving alley bet. North and Wabansia avs 

improving Elston av 

sidewalk on Bennett av 

Improving Kinney av 

improving 48th st 

sidewalk 48th st 

sidewalk, 88th st 

water service pipes, Central Park av 

water service pipes, Kedzie av 

improving Lubeck st 

water service pipes in Claremont av 

improving Mathew st 

improving 60th st 

drains, W 16th st 



improving Clarkson av ^ . . . 

improving 52d st 

water ser\'ice pipes in Pine st 

water service pipes, Hoyne av., Kosooe to Belmont 

water service pipes, Clifton Park av 

water service pipes in Hamlin av 

sidewalks on steets bet W 46th and 48th sts from Chicago av to Division st . 

water service pipes, 119th st 

improving Lincoln av 

sewer, Bennett av 

lamp posts on Eastwood av 

improving Mitchell av 

water service pipes in Ambrose st 

water service pipes, Peoria st 

water service pipes, 52d ct 

drains, Central Park av 

sidewalk, Commercial av 

sidewalk, 73d St., Jeffrey to Yates avs 

improving Wendell av 

sidewalks, Oglesby av 

sidewalk. 25th st 

sidewalk, 24th st 



lamp posts on Boulevard way. 



and 17067, water service pipes, 61st st. 
sidewalk, Woodlawn av — 



lamp posts on Albany av 

improving alley bet. Western and Campbell avs., Lexington and Polk sts. .. 
improving alley bet. Western and Campbell avs., Floumoy and Lexington sts 

water service pipes in Lexington st 

water service pipes in Langley av • — 

improving alley bet. Madison and Monroe sts., Leavitt st. and Hoyne av — 

sidewalk, Hamlin av ; • • 

improving State §t 

improving Hoyne av • 



No. 16527, improving Cottage Grove av. 



No. 16528 

No. 16531, sewer and water service pipes in Grace st. 

No. 16532, improving W. Harrison st 

No. 16540, improving Perry st 

No. 16657, drains, Hamlin av 

No. 16557, opening 74th pi 





Page. 


Passed 899 


fcb 


714 


(.1 


806 


t( 


806 


(( 


115 


li 


542 


a 


. 568 


46 


568 


(( 


542 


a 


392 


kl 


801 


(( 


847 


H 


810 


^^ 


646 


n 


813 


t( 


740 


a 


802 


a 


847 


a 


746 


i(. 


843 


a 


148 


;( 


645 


(( 


645 


u 


539 


11 


203 


41 


806 


i(. 


115 


it 


486 


(I 


649 


4b 


714 


(4 


813 


41 


746 


44 


392 


<t 


479 


44 


568 


4( 


252 


(4 


115 


<4 


536 


44 


536 


44 


801 


44 


940 


44 


747 


<4 


116 


^ 4 4 


801 


44 


940 


44 


2219 


<4 


2219 


" 


803 


44 


541 


44 


193 


44 


888 


44 


.301 


44 


1836 


<4 


1106 


44 


1430 


44 


1351 


44 


1482 


(4 


802 


44 


705 


44 


803 


(4' 


810 


44 


392 


(4 


401 



IP 



CO INDEX. 

ORDERS-STAYIISrG. 

"Warrants— Page. 

No. 16559 Passed 806 

No. 16578, water service pipes in W. Harrison st " 803 

No. 16582, water service pipes in Lawrence av " 844 

No. 16596, improving Lawrence av '* 844 

No. 16597, improving Hoyne av., from Roscoe st. to Belmont av ' " 148 

No. 16598, water service pipe, Yates av " 542 

No. 16601, water service pipe, W. 40th st " 849 

No. 16606, improving Greenwich st " 646 

No. 16636, sidewalk, Yates av .*. " ng 

No. 16649, sewer. East Ravenswood Park .■ \ " ^^^ 

] " 810 

No. 16687, improving Wrightwood av " 809 

No. 16696, improving Peterson st \ ^^^^^^ 2366 

I Vetoed, re-con. and S. & A., W. D. 2499 

No. 16706, improving of Evanston av. bet. Graceland av. and Edgecomb ct Passed. 572 

No. 16733, drains in Leland av " 1882 

No. 16753, lamp posts. Pine st " 843 

No. 16774, improving system of streets in Fifteenth Ward " 806 

No. 16782, lamp posts, Winona st., stay coll " 808 

No. 16833, improving Carpenter st «' 813 

No. 16834, improving Warren av " 2290 

No. 16838, drains, N. 59th st " 808 

No. 16870, drains, Hoyne av., Roscoe to Belmont " 148 

No. 16879, water service pipes. Green st -< ' 

{ 813 

No. 16906, improving and water pipe in 91st st " 81& 

No. 16959, water service pipes in Lexington st , " 803 

No. 16967, W. Polk st " 803 

No. 16976, sewer in 25th st " 1887 

No. 16977, sewer in 24th st " 1887 

No. 16978, water service pipes in Cornelia st " 937 

No. 17001, improving Leavitt st " 983 

Nos. 17003 and 17004, improving Seminary av " 982^ 

No. 17005, improving Marianna st " 113 

No. 17005, improving Fay st " 983 

No. 17006, improving Giddings st " 1882 

No. 17046, drains in Pine st " 843 

No. 17063, water servic^ pipes. North 59th st \ ^^^^^^^ ^^.^^^^ ^j^^ 808 

No. 17063, water service in Leland av : Passed 1882 

No. 17069, sewer in Cottage Grove av ■{ |- J A- ^- ^- J^JI 

No. 17072, water mains, Fletcher st Passed 1605 

No. 17092, improving Milwaukee av " 1071 

No. 17122, sidewalk, 48th st •' 935 

No. 17189, sewer in Goodwin st " 2018 

No. 17214, improving alley bet. Madison and Warren, Rockwell st. and California av. . . " 2367 

Nos. 17216, 17311 and 17321, improvements on 65th ct " 655 

No. 17224, water service pipes " 803 

No. 17240. improving alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs. , Harrison st. and Hubbard ct, " 1474 

No. 17247, improving alley bet. Langley and Cottage Grove avs., 38th and 39th sts " 1889 

No. 17248, unproving alley bet. Ashland av. and Paulina st.. Lake st. and Park av " 1435 

•No. 17250, improving alley bet. North and Waubansia avs., Leavitt and Shober sts " 2111 

No. 17250, sewer in Railroad av " 115 

No. 17252 " 808 

No. 17256 " 80O 

No, 17263, open Congress st " 741 

No. 17268, sewers, sundry streets in Twenty-sixth ward '* 147 

No. 17280, open and widen 48th st " 541 

No. 17283, sidewalk, Indiana st " 1480 

No. 17293, water service pipes, Ambrose st •' 714 

No. 17334, sewer, Wentworth av J S. & A., S. D. 114 

I Passed 745 

No. 17346, sidewalk on 44th st Passed 540 



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Warrants- ^^f^' 

No. 17349, water service pipes in Giddings st I'assea i»»^ 

No. 17362,, improving Carpenter st "^ ^}^ 

No. 17365, improving Southport av ^^ °^ 

No. 17368. water service pipes in Addison av 

No. 17399, improving 36th st '' ^J^ 

No. 17400, improving 51st st ^^ ^^^ 

No. 17405, sewer, Chase ct. from Blue Island av. to Coulter st ^^ '^'^'^^ 

No. 17415, drains, Throop st \[ "^^ 

No. 17439, improving alleys bet . Belden, Fullerton, Osgood and Seminary avs ^^ 1»41 

No. 17448, improving alley bet. 43d and 44th sts.. Grand blvd. and Calumet av. '' 1911 

' No. 17470, improving 46th st '' ^^^ 

No. 17492 (Docket No.) ' ' ' " ^^ ^^"^ 

No. 17503, drains in Woodside av ^^ ^^ 

No. 17540, sewer, Homan av *' °^^ 

No. 17556, improving Talman av ^^ ^^^ 

No. 17563, drains in Giddings st ^^ ^°° 

No. 17599, water service pipes in Throop st 

No. 17613, sidewalk on Elston av ''^ ^^^ 

No. 17640, improving Cedar st • • • • [^ ™ 

No. 17659, opening alley in Block 5, CleaverviUe ^^ ;^l 

No. 17720, improving Sheffield av ^^ J°^J 

No, 17760, improving alley west of Michigan av. , from 110th to 111th sts ^^ '«'*0<5 

No. 17851, improving Homan av • " ^^^ 

I Passed aMo 

No. 17856, water service pipes in Laflin st j Vetoed, re-con. and S . & A . , S . D . 2257 

No. 17819, water service pipes in Bond av •. • • • -Passed. 2359 

No. 17833, Improving Turner av 

No. 17906, improving alley bet. North av., Bloomingdale Koad, Elk Grove av. and 

Dudley st ••• [[ ^^ 

No. 18064, improving alley bet. Kinzie and Fulton sts., Irving pi. and Leavitt st ^^ lo^y 

No. 18066, improving Marianna st *^"^ 

NO. 18115 I ^l 

Nos. 18136 and 18457, improving 61st st ■**"* 

No 18217, improving alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., from Hubbard ct. south 

80 feet ;; ^ff^ 

No . 18299, improving aUeys bet. Fremont and BisseU sts . , Belden ann Webster avs ... . ^^ ^ii« 

Water mains, Fletcher st. west of Western av " ^^^^ 

j Passed 816 

Water mains, Portland av., from 114th to 115th sts., stay coll i Vetoed, recon . and filed. 820 

Water Service and Water Supply Pipes— 

J Passed 937 

Addison st, Lincoln av. to Paulina st -j yetoed, re-con. and lost 948 

Ambrose st, from Oakley to Western avs., stay coll Passed 714 

Bishop st ;; i|^ 

Bond av, from Illinois av. to 81st st ^^ ^"^^ 

Byron av, from C. N. W. R. R. to Robey st ^^ ^1°^ 

Central Park av, from Ohio to Lake sts • ^^ ^^ 

Central Park av, stay coll ^^ J'^ 

Central Park av, from Chicago to North avs ^^ ^1^0 

Claremont av, from East Ravenswood Paik to Clarkst " 810 

CUfton Park av, from Ogden to Douglas avs., stay ord. for '| 645 

Colxmibia av, from North to Armitage avs., stay coll |^ 2363 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Bertean avs • " l^^l 

J Passed 937 

Cornelia st, from Lincoln av. to Paulina St., stay coll -j yetoed, re-con., lost 948 

Diversey st, from Kedzie av. to the river Passed 806 

Duncan av, from 83d st. to B. & O. R. R ''^ ^^9 

Ellis av, from 43d to 46th sts., stay ord. for " 1879 

Exchange av, from 87th st. to Baltimore av ''^ '7'^'^ 

Fifty-second ct, from Cottage Grove a v. to '^'^ '^46 

Fortieth st. (West), from 24th to 28th sts., stay coll '| 849 

Forty-second st, from C, B. & Q. R. R. to 28th st 'I 1609 

Giddings st, from Robey to Leavitt sts • • • " 1882 



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ORDERS- STAYIXG. 

Water Service and Water Supply Pipes— p 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Clark st Passed 705 

r Passed 744 

Green st. from 59th to &3d sts J Vetoed, re-con., lost 764 

I Passed 813 

^ ,. , LVetoed, re-con., lost 820 

Hamlin av, bet. Ogden av. and 12tli st., stay coU Passed 714 

Hamlin av, from 26th to 31st sts., stay coll •' ^45 



Harrison st, from Kedzie to Crawford avs. 



i Passed 803 

.^ , 1 Vetoed, re-con., filed 822 

Homan av, from Central Park to Washington blvd Passed 805 

HojTie av, from Eoscoe blvd. to Belmont av ,', ^^ j^^ 

Jackson st, from 46th to 47th sts '......"......". " ion 

Ked2de av, from 26th st. to Chicago Eiver, stay coU «* 801 

Laflin st, from 61st to 63d sts \ Massed 2203 

I Vetoed, re-con., S.& A., S. D. 2257 

Langley av, from 49th to 51st sts Passed 541 

•■ 1882 

■ " 803 

» ( 799 
1 2109 



Leiand av from Robey to Leavitt sts 

Lexington st from Central Park to Lawndale aves 

Lincoln st fi-om 35th to 39th sts 

Loomis St. from 47th to 63d sts 

McAlpine st. from 35th st. to Bross av ' » 

Meh'ose st. from Oakley to Western aves " 

Moore st. from Pan Handle R. R. to boulevard stay coll 

Moore st. from Wood st. to Pan Handle R. R. stay coll 

Xinety-fifth st. from Calumet River to Torrance av " 

Xorth 59th st. stay coU j Passed 

/ Vetoed, re-con., filed 

Oakdale av. from PeiTy st. to Southport av Passed 

Oglesby av. from 6Sth to 71st sts ,' «» 

One-hundred and nineteenth st. bet. Michigan av. and Halsted St.. stay coll 

One-hundred and nineteenth st. from Michigan av. to Halsted st ". " 

Palmer av. from 71st to 73d sts ' //, 

Pine St.. stay coll ^ 

Pine St. from Clark st. to East Ravenswood Park 

Polk St. from Douglas boul. to Crawford av " 

Racine av. from Roscoe blvd. to Clark st 

Robey st, from 36th to 39th sts ' '. '« 

Sixty-first st. from State st. to Cottage Grove av " 

Stony Island av, from 87th to 92d sts.. stay coll " 

Sundry streets in Twenty-eighth ward " 

Thirty-thnd st, from Ashland av. to Wood St., stay coll " 

Thuty-sisth st, from Western av. blvd. to Oakley av " 

Thirty-ninth st, from Ashland to Western avs 

Throop St. from 53d to 63d sts ".',*.'.'.*.• " 

Van Buren st. from Homan to Central Park avs " 

Vmcennes rd, from 69th to 71st sts.. and abate assessment for " 

Vincennes rd, from 74th to 79th sts., and to abate assessment for 

Wall st, from .33d st. to 34th ct «« 

Western av, from Fullerton to Belmont avs J Passed. 

I Vetoed, re-con., filed 

Yates av. from 71st to 75th sts J Parsed 

I " 

Yorktown st, from .3.5th st. to Bross av 

Water taxes, 1278 Kedzie av.. to stay coll -pm. 

Widen Woodlawn av. , from Lake av. to 45th st Passed 



145 
799 

706 
356 
356 

2124 
808 
820 

2006 
542 
203 
568 
116 
&43 

1479 
803 

1843 
535 
747 
840 
351 
799 
799 
799 

2294 
803 
400 
400 
90 
806 
821 

115 
542 

715 

801 
540 



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Alley bet. Eugenie and Menominee sts., Sedgwick st. and Hudson av., 

change name to Eugenia ct 

Annexation, Norwood Park, to asssign it to the 27th ward Elections 

Annexation, Rogers Park and West Ridge, for assignment to 25th and '-JBth 
wards 

Appropriation Bill, 1893,] (j- — ^^ ;;;;;;;; ;;;;;^^- ^^•^•—^;^-^^^^^^ 

Appropriation for Dept. of Health, additional, to guard against threatened 

epidemic, etc. 

Arnold, J. M., permit for vault or coal chute in alley, rear of 34 and 36* W. 

Monroe st S. & A., W. D. 

Bacteriological Laboratory in Health Dept., to establish 

Ponds— River improvement bonds maturing July 1, 1893, for refund of. .Fin. 

River improvement bonds issued July 1, 1893, providing payment of .Fin 

Sewerage, river improvement, water and Town of Lake water bonds 
for refunding bonds maturing July 1, 1894 .Fin. 

Improvement bonds, to anticipate, second and succeeding payments ( 
for special assessments, prescribing the method, manner and form < 
of, etc. (two ordinances) { 

Municipal and water bonds due January 1, 1894 Fin. 

Municipal and water bonds due January 1, 1894, for refunding of 

Brick cottages on posts, permitting erection of F. & W 

Bridges, closing of, amending Sec. 984, Municipal Code of 1881 (1493 of 1890). 

Buildings on posts, brick buildings may be so erected F, & W. 

Building Ordinance — 

Amending Sec. 51 of ord. of March 13, 1893 (removal of bldgs.). . .F. & W. 

Amending Sees. 51 and 52, ord. of March 13, 1893 F. & W. 

Amending Sees. 77 and 118 Jud 

Amending Sees. 77 and 118, and adding Sec. 233^. Vetoed. ^^256 

Amending Sec. 77 and adding Sec. 233i^, substitute ord. Def. and Pub. 2256 

Amending Sees. 77 and 118 as passed March 12, 1894 

Amending Sec. 122 of the ord. of March 13, 1893 F. & W. 

Amending Sec. 231 F. & W. 

Amending ord. of March 13, 1893 Jud. 

City Council- 
Adjournment for summer vacation Fin. 

Amending ord. of July 24 in re. vacation, fixing September 11th, instead 
of 18th 

Fixing regular meeting for May 2d 

Fixing regular meeting for July 5th 

Fixingregular meeting for July 27, 1893 

Fixing regular meeting for Oct. 16, 1893, instead of Oct. 9, 1893. 

Fixing regular meeting for Dec. 27, 1893 

Fixing regular meeting for Jan. 3, 1894 

Fixing regular meeting for Wednesday, Feb . 14, 1894 

City Treasurer, fixing salary 

Colfax av, from 65th to 69th sts., change name to Vernon av 

Cross st, bet. Colorado av. and Harrison st., change name to St. Louis av 

Dawson, Martin, permit to excavate under alley, 1520 S. State st 

Dedication, public alley. Lot 4, Block 18, School Sec. Add 

Department of Public Works, to create division of, for street and alley 

cleaning, amending ord. of March 13, 1893 

Department of Water, to establish 

Drainage Disctrict, Thirty-fourth ward, Mackinaw av . , 83d., etc 

Drainage and Sewerage District, 105th, 107th, 111th, 113th and 115th sts 

Election for Mayor, Dec. 19, 1893, to succeed Mayor Harrison (deceased) 

Electric Lights- 
Atkinson, G. W. and Boleyn & Co., for franchise on North av., Sedg- 
wick st., etc G., O. & E. L. 

Climax Electric Light Co., for franchise bet. 87th st., Stony Island av. 
and southern city limits G., O. & E. L. 

Conduits, cables, etc., to be paid by special assessment, the plant to be 
maintained by general taxation 

Corssell, C. P. P..for franchise during World's Fair \ y^;^ and amended 

Miller, Robert C, for franchise G., O. & E. L. 

Mutual Electric Light and Power i ^^^^^ g^^ ^^^ -^- eonsideredVi625 
CO., trancmse | ygtoed, 1150 



1156 



403 
1916 



1904 



51 
1045 

2269 



1196 



303 



303 

1840 
1436 

1477 



160 

805 

2561 

535 



1661 
1221 



2291 
114 



2147 

852 



2370 

2128 
2129 



1092 
1^:44 

586 
2045 
2169 

1240 

2379 
942 
161 

1114 



1287 



2021 
1486 
2127 



65^ 



1241 



510 



1329 



172 



2248 



2339 



724 

741 

47 

535 

675 

935 

1292 

1340 

1839 



1268 
1238 
1436 
1166 

357 



1578 
1829 
1032 



1330 
566 
593 



1080 



509 



509 



318 
1487 



92 



163 



585 
1150 



2169 



2256 



593 
1150 



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Electric Lights— 

■^"^^PnwP^ro^lor frSisr"^^ (^^^i- Published on page 1487 is an error) 
rower CO., tor trancnise. . . | yg^oed and amended, 2.59 

Sparr & Weiss, permit to lay electric wire in 17th ward Yetoed, 1150 

Fair av. (33d ward), formerly Oglesby av., name changed May 8, 1893 

Farwell av, from 63d to 69th sts., change name to Champlain av 

Fire engine lot on Cottage Grove av. near 35th st., for sale of 

Fire limits, 28th ward, for extension of 

Garbage, from hotels, restaurants, etc., for removal of 

Garbage boxes for ashes, metal, providing for 

Gas, Chicago Metropolitan Gas Co., for franchise Vetoed 1864 

Gas, City & County Gas Co., for franchise Pub. and G., O. & E. L. 

Gas, Mutual Fuel Gas Co., for franchise Pub. and G., O. & E. L. 

Gas, Watson, Henry, for franchise, amend to read "Chicago Metropolitan 

Gas Co." See pages 1856-1860. 
Grade— 

Atlantic st, at intersection of 57th st 

Bishop st, at intersection of 52d and 53d sts 

Claremont av, at intersection of Berteau av 

Claremont av, at intersection of Belle Plaine av 

Cologne st, at 100 feet each east and west of Short st 

Columbia av, at Intersection of Dickens and Humboldt avs 

Conneaut av, at intersection of Laurel and Linden avs 

Crawford av, from 13th to 19th sts 

Diversey st, at intersection of river 

Diversey st, at intersection of Oakley av 

Eighty-eight st, at sundry intersections 

Eighty-seventh st, at simdry intersections 

Eighty-ninth st, at sundry intersections 

Elston av, at sundry intersections 

Erie av, from 91st st. to South Chicago av. (sundry intersections) 

Fifteenth st, (west) at sundry intersections 

Fiftieth st, at a pomt 300 feet west of Halsted st 

Fifty-ninth st, at intersection of Dearborn st 

Fourteenth st. (west) at sundry intersections 

Forty-third st, at sundry intersections 

Fullerton av, at intersection with Surry ct., to change 

Harbor av, at sundry intersections 

Houston av, at sundry intersections 

Jackson av, at sundry intersections 

Johnston st, at a point 114 feet north of 22d st 

Justine st, at intersection of 49th st 

Justine st, at intersection of 48th st , 

Keeney av, at intersection of Dickens av. and Humboldt av 

Morgan st, at intersection of C. C. K. R 

Morgan st, at intersection of 60th st 

Morgan st, at intersection of 58th st 

Mossprat st, see Musprat st 

Musprat st, south of Springer st 

Ninetieth st, at sundry intersections 

Ninety-first st, at sundry intersections 

Ninety-second st, at sundry intersections 

Ninety-third st, at sundry intersections 

Oakley av, at intersection of Belle Plaine ave 

Oakley av, at intersection of Berteau av ^ 

Oglesby av, at sundry intersections 

Ontario av, intersecting 92 st (130 feet north and south of) 

One-Hundred and Nineteenth st, at sundry intersections 

Otto st, at west line of Halsted st 

Palmer av, at intersection of 68th st 

Pemberton av, at sundry intersections 

Perry st, at sundry intersection 

Raleigh ct, at north line of railroad right of way 

Raleigh ct, 72 feet south of 13th st 

Seventieth st, at intersection of Halsted st. Emerald av and Union av. . . 

Sherman st, at sundry intersections 

Sixteenth st, (west) at sundry intersections 

Sixteenth st. at intersection of Laflin, Loomis, Ashland, Paulina and 
Wood sts 



1152 1487 
1557 



891 
2211 



2-250 



509 



2259 

1075 

185 

1267 



1282 
716 



1860 



1613 



403 

1868 



1150 



1150 



184 

1829 

688 

688 

1205 

1829 

1829 

78 

341 

341 

1006 

1005 

1006 

1205 

833 

340 

529 

529 

340 

529 

1551 

1006 

688 

1205 

184 

184 

184 

1829 

1205 

529 

1205 

1005 

1005 

1006 

1006 

1U06 

1006 

688 

688 

473 

1007 

21 

687 

473 

688 

687 

529 

529 

473 

473 

340 

636 



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Sixty-seventh st. at intersection of Sheridan av 

Sixty-seventh st, at intsrsection of Woodlawn av 

Sixty-seventh st, at intersection of Oglesby av * 

South Chicago av. at sundry intersections 

South Chicago av. at intersection of Commercial av 

Strand, The, at sundry intersections 

Sundry streets, St. Lawrence, Vincennes, Anthony, Vernon, Ehodes and 
South Park avs., 72d, 73d, 69th, 68th, Centre av., Keeney av., 12th st., 
etc 

Sundry streets, 64th, 65th, 66th, 67th, Perry and Otto sts., Pemberton and 
Farw^ell avs 

Sundry streets in 16th w^ard, etc S. & A., N. D. 

Sundry streets (Washington, Vernon, Sheldon avs., etc.) Def. & P. 2553. 

Superior st, at intersection of Washtenavr av 

Superior st, at intersection of Eockwell st 

Superior st, at intersection of Seymour st 

Superior st, 100 feet west of Oakley av 

Superior st, midway between Western and Oakley avs 

The Strand, at sundry intersections 

Thirteenth st, (west) at sundry intersections 

Thirty-first st, at intersection of W. 40th pi. and at W. 40th st 

Tripp av, at sundry intersections 

Wabash av, at intersection of 68th st 

Wentworth av, at sundry intersections 

Willis ct, at north line of railroad right-of-way 

Willis ct, 75 feet south of 13th st 

Yates av, at intersection of 68th and 69th sts 

Hess, Geo. H., building for waiting room at foot of Van Buren st. (from F. 

& W. Com.) 

Horses and vehicles standing on the streets in the business district, to pro- 
hibit 



Hull st, from Eugenia to Menominee sts, change name to "St. Michael's pi." 

Elinois Humane Society, to detail police for 

Inspector of OUs, changing from fee to salaried oflBce, regulating inspection, 
etc Pub. & Jud. 

Interests on judgments against the city, providing for payment of Fin. 

Knickerbocker Ice Co., permit to haul ice, etc., in railroad cars, for World's 
Fair S. & A., S. D. 

Laundries, steam laundries on residence streets, m re. location of Jud. 

License, ball galleries or courts, providing for Jud . 

License, drivers of vehicles, amending Art. 12, M. C. of 1881 Jud. 

McChesney av, from 63d to 67th sts., change name to Rhodes av 

Metal Bottle Stoppers, to prohibit second-hand and jimk dealers from buy- 
ing or selling 

MUk Division, Health Department, amending ord. of November 21, 1892 

Municipal Code, amending Sec. 675, Art. 3, Prosecuting Attorney aiithorizing 
compromise in certain cases (considered, 2249) Jud. 

Oglesby av, from 67th st. to south terminus (Thirty-third ward), change 
name to Fair av 

Otto st, bet. Halsted and Clark sts., change name to Buckingham pi 

Pay Rolls, city employes, to publish 

Peddlars, regulating, fixing license fee, etc \ ^^^^^ isn,' License 



Peddlars, amending Sees. 1, 2 and 3, ord. of J V^f Aa^i* ifto-^ 

December 14, 1891, Ucense fee, etc ") Sen from file and •ficeiSe; 

Peddlars, shouting or calling out on the streets, to prohibit Jud. 

Polk st, abutting on Vernon Park, to turn over to West Park Commissioners 
, S. & A., W. D . 

Privy vaidts, construction and maintenance of 

Prospect av, change name to Touhy av 

Pumping works, 83d st. and Green Bay av., receiving well, sewers In sundry 
streets, and to create Drainage District (Thirty-fourth ward) 

Pumping works and receiving weU, S. E. cor. of Indiana av. and 117th st 

Pumping works and receiving weU, sewer, etc. (Thirty-fourth ward), Mack- 
inaw av., 83d St., etc 

Quarry pits, 75th st. and Railroad av., to close 

Railroads — 

Andrews & Jaques, permit for switch track in Stewart av. S. & A., S. D. 



387 



1817 
2367 

251 

356 

94 

88 



1906 



90 
1511 



1902 
1497 

1841 



1186 



663 



508 
1616 



207 
2125 



320 
207 



2130 



322 
1853 



184 

184 

185 

21 

1006 

1007 



1532 



1005 

1005 

1005 

1005 

1005 

1007 

340 

1005 

473 

1205 

528 

529 

529 

473 



1534 
269 

2376 



405 



1206 

172 



185 

244 

1284 

1496 



1989 



1894 



2033 



881 

684 
1828 

1578 
377 



2566 



858 
407 
858 



208 



1897 



514 



1938 



15111511 



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ity on sundry horse car lines 



On 63d st, from Cottage Grove av. 
State st -. 



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Chicago, Milwaukee and 






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Kailroads — 

Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad, tracks across S. Chicago and Harbor avs., 

for permit S. & A., S. D. 

Burton Stock Car Company, permit to lay tracks across 47th st., east of 

Morgan st S. & A., S. D. 

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, tracks on Union and on 22d sts 

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, permit for tracks on Union and Lum- 
ber sts S. & A., W. D. 

Chicago City RaUway Company — 

Railway on Halsted st., from 69th st. to Summit av., and Summit 

av. to 87th st 

For railway on Wallace st., J S. & A., S. D • 

from 39th to Root sts 1 Vetoed, re-con., amended, deferred 

S. & A., S. D 

Vetoed, re-con. and deferred, 2166 
Amended 2524 

btate St. to waoasn av | Amended, 2522 

^ tPub. andS. & A., S. D.... 

< Vetoed and deferred 

■ ( Amended -. . 

Permit for electric motor on Clark st. from Archer av. to intersection 

of "Washington and Clark sts S. & A., S. D. 

Chicago Elevated Rapid Transit Railway Company, for franchise 

Pub. and S. & A., N. D. 

Chicago and Hammond Railway Company, for street railway 

Chicago, Midland Rapid Transit Company .- Vetoed, 8 

Chicago, Midland Rapid Transit Company, for J considered, %t'.\^.\ ^ 

•• (Vetoed, 422, '" 

St. Paul Railroad, permit to " 

remove viaduct approach at Carroll av. and Halsted 

St. for tracks on Carroll av. to extend Wayman st. 
Chicago North Division Elevated Railroad Company, for franchise 

Pub. and S . & A. , N. D 

Chicago North Shore Street Railway Co., for certain rights on N. Hal- 
sted st 

Chicago North Side Elevated Railroad Company, for franchise 

Pub. and S. & A., S. D 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, and Lake Shore & Michigan Southern 

Railway's elevation of tracks Pub. and Com. Sel. 

Chicago and Southwestern Electric Railway Company on 95th St., for 

franchise 

Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad Com-1 

pany for tracks on Dearborn st., 4th av., (Pub. and S. & A., S. D 

etc., in return for damage done them by [ R. R 

construction of lake tunnel' J 

Cicero and Proviso Street Railway Company, granting rights to 

S. & A., W. D . 

Detroit Stove Works, for switch track S. & A., S. D 

Edgeworth Pat'k, switch track in Stewart av 

Englewood and Chicago Electric Street Railway Company, amending 

ord. of April 10, 1893 .S, & A., S. D . 

Englewood and Chicago Electric Street Railway Company, amending 

ord. of May 2, 1893 

Everett & Son, for switch track S. & A., S. D 

Goodwillie, R. J., switch track to connect with the C, B. & Q. R. R 

S. & A.. W. D 

Grand Central Railway Company, franchise for "L" road. .S. & A., N. D 

Hoven, J., Permit for switch track. S. & A., S. D. 

I. C. R. R., turnstiles declared a nusance for abatement of 

Jefferson Street Railway Company, amending ord. of April 5, as to time 

limit etc 

Keeley Brewing Company, for switch track 

Lake Street "L" Road, noi'thwest, west and southwest 

Lake Street "L" Road, amending ordinance of May 15, 1893 

Lake Street "L" Road, amending sec. 1 of ord of May 15, 1893.S.&A.W.D. 
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific 

Railway Companies, for elevation of tracks Pub. & Com. select. 



313 

1283 



495 



986 
"986 



1901 
"988 



976 
1310 



94 



nil 



2112 



148 
2080 



643 
941 



2292 
302 



203 

1603 
257 
655 



1071 
2079 



370 



545 



2026 



2029 

2028 



217 



1847 



2230 
266 



995 



369 
661 

81 
'319 



721 



215 



1117 
2230 



406 



664 



2572 
2153 
2527 
2157 



2524 
2125 



2522 
2151 



2520 



409 



1944 



9317 



909 
908 

164 

189 
404 



1277 

2 

665 
273 

284 
1237 

2317 



2023 



216 



422 



664 



1191 



2166 
2166 



2166 
2166 



422 
1950 



1237 



122 



1950 



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Railroads — 

McCuUoch, Fred, et al, tracks across Main and Deering sts near Cologne 
St, extending franchise 10 years S. & A., S. D. 

North Chicago Electric Eailway Company, for i fj^^' ^P^ ^;^^^^^W^A^^ 
Ey. on Lmcoln av and Milwaukee ave ...A ^^^^^J ^^J amended. . 

( Vetoed and amended. . 
North Chicago Rapid Transit Company, for franchise. Pub. & S.& A.,S.D 
North Chicago Street Railroad Company— 

For Railway on FuUerton av. from Clark st. to Milwaukee av. .R. R. 
To extend its cable line from near Dewey Court to Graceland av. . . . 
On Clark st. and Evanston av, bet. Dewey ct. and Graceland av. ; on 
Graceland av., bet. Evanston and Ashland avs, and on South- 
port av, bet. Clark st and Clybourn av S. & A., N. D. 

For Railway on Southport av, bet. Clark st. and Clybourn av. and to 

connect track on Halsted st with track on Evanston av 

Pub. & S. & A., N. D. 

North Side Electric Street Railway Company, granting franchise 

Pub. & S. & A., N. D. 

Northwestern Elevated Railroad, for fran- J P^J-^ & fnd\med''ed''lb72: ! 

■ ■ ( Vetoed and amended 

Northwestern Yeast Company, for switch track on Bloomingdale Road. 

S. & A., W. D. 

Ogden Street Railway Company, for franchise 

Perrin & Company, switch track across Loomis st, bet. 45th and 46th sts. 

S. & A., S. D. 

Railroad and street car companies, to pay salaries of police at crossing, 

etc Jud. 

Steam railroads, to come to full stop at crossing 

Street car company, in the matter of piling snow in front of business 

places, removal of, etc 

Street car company, more passengers than can be seated, to prohibit, Jud. 
Street car companies, prohibiting children from jumping on and off cars 
Street car companies, prohibiting passengers standing on the steps, foot- 
board, etc Jud. 

Street car comp-anies, prohibiting the use of steam on engines or motive 

power on all tracks laid without authority R. R. 

Star Coal Co., permit for side track at Hawthorne av R. R. 

Southwest Chicago Rapid Transit Co., re-enacting ord. of March 20, 1893 

Swedish Ceramic Mfg. Co., for switch track 

Tracks laid without authority, prohibiting use of steam as motive power 

R. R 

Tracks on Ashland av. bet. Chicago & Alton R. R. and 32d st., repealing 

order for removal of 

Railroad, Union st. from 22d to Lumber sts . .» 

Union Stock Yards & Transit Co., for switch track to connect with 

I. C. R. R 

Union Stock Yards track east of State, in re. length of trains. . . Jud. 

West Chicago and North Chicago Street Railroad Companies, amending 

ord. of March 21, 1892, in re. motive power (considered, 2574) R.R. 

West Chicago Street Railroad Company, for railway on Armitage av., 

bet. California and Kimball avs S. & A., W. D. 

West Chicago Street Railroad Company, for railway' on Harrison st., 

bet. Western and Kedzie avs S. & A., W. D. 

West and South Towns Street Railway Companies, for railway on 23d 

St., from Homan to Lawndale avs S. & A., W. D. 

Wilson & Jackson, permit for track for work on the Wentworth av. 

sewer 

Real estate. Western Av. M. E. Church gives to city for public street or 

highway 

Receiving well and pumping station, S. E.cor. of Indiana av. and 117th st. . . 

Rhodes av, from 71st to 74th sts., change name to "Lexington av." 

Roadway- 
Adams st, from Crawford av. to West 46th st 

Albany av, from Douglas Park blvd. to 12th st 

Archer av, from Western av. to 39th st 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts 

Central Park av, from Douglas Park blvd. to 12th st 

Clifton av, from Wellington st. to Roscoe blvd 

Conneaut av, from Hoffman to California avs 



1288 
1223 



103 
305 



2206 



•2267 

2009 
1228 



1236 



1480 
1901 



537 



709 

2202 
709 



1288 
1848 



992 
1493 



2373 

2567 
1320 



1355 



1331 
2035 
2073 
2161 



1359 
1377 
1444 

1438 



1279 
1249 



2202 



699 

1112 

1112 

648 

262 



2371 



722 



2372 
1352 



2371 
903 
436 
406 



2220 



751 



1517 

1190 

1828 
1206 

1065 

1065 
474 
928 

1064 
245 

1533 



2073 
2161 



1374 
1444 



723 



208 



858 
1019 



322 



814 



1351, 
906 



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Crawford av, (West 40th st) from Lake to IStli st. 
Elston av, from Belmont av. to west city limits. . . 

Emerald av, from 55tli to 59th sts 

Bscanaba av, from 87th to 91st sts 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts. . , 

Fairview av, from Fullerton to North av 

Fillmore st, from Kedzie to Crawford avs 



Fiftv-first st, from "Wallace st. to Ashland av. 

' ( S. «& A., S. D 

Fifty-fourth st, from Drexel blvd. to Woodlawn av. . . 

Fifty-seventh st. from Wallace st. to Ashland av 

Flournoy st, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av 

Forest av, from Fullerton to North avs 

Grand av, from Chicago av. to Division st 

Greenwood av, from Centre av, to Everett st 

Greenwood av, from Hoffman to California avs 

Harvard st, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av 

Homan av, from Colorado av. to Harrison st 

Indiana av, from 12th to 13th sts 

Irving av, from Center to Everett sts 

Irving Park blvd, from Jefferson av. to the river, 30 feet. .S. & A., W. D. 

Jan Huss st, from Harrison to Taylor sts. . 

Kedzie av, from North av. to Palmer square 

Lake st, from Crawford av. to 48th st 

Langley av, from 63d to 69th sts 

Laurel av, from Fullerton av. to Diversey st 

Leavitt st, from North to Wabansia avs 

Lexington st, from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton av. to north terminus 

May st, from Wrightwood av. to Diversey st 

Melrose st, from Lincoln st. to Western av 

Myrtle av, from Milwaukee av. to Diversey st 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Eacine av 

Ohio st, from Kedzie to Avers avs 

Park av, from Center st. to Everett av 

Polk St. from Douglas Park blvd. to Crawford av 

Eockwell st, from Division st. to Chicago av 

Eoscoe st, from Sheffield to Eacine avs 

Eoscoe st, from Ashland to Eacine avs 

Seventy-fifth st, from Stewart to Vincennes avs 

Sibley st, from Macalister to Gilpin pis 

Sixty-seventh st, from Stony Island to S . Park avs 

Sherman st, from 56th to 59th sts 

South Park av, from 60th to 71st sts 

Thirty-eighth st, from Archer to Kedzie avs 

Tripp av, from North to Humboldt avs 

Union av, from 56th to 59th sts 

Vernon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett av 

Ward av, from 35th to 36th sts 

Washington av, from Center av. to Everett st 

Wood st, from Melrose to Eoscoe sts. • — 

Eodgers Park and West Eidge, to assign them to the 25th and 26th wards. . . 

Pub. and elections 

Rogers Parkand West Eidge assigning to the 2.5th and 26th wards respect- 



ively. 



Eogers Eoad, from Asberry av. to east line Town of Niles, change name to 

Touhy av • • • • 

Sale of real estate, engine house in south tier of Oakenwald — 

Saloons, permits for concerts License 

School site. Lots 34 to 38,McChesney Subdivision, cor. St. Lawrence av. and 

63d St. for • • • ••••.• 

School st, from Clark st. to Evanston av., to change name to Aldine av. . . . 

School site, Fairfield av. bet. Hirsch and Thompson sts., for sale of Fm 

Sewers, to purify, etc., making appropriation for and ^t a. r^ -o 

proposition from the Antiseptic Sanitary Co., m re .H. & L. E 

Sheridan rd, from north terminus of Lake Shore Drive to north hne 59th st. 

to turn over to Lincoln Park Commissioners 

Sidewalk grade, Halsted st . from 63d to 64th sts . , west side 



254 



1550 



1938 



256 



641 



2016 
356 



929 
245 

1609 
245 

1266 
245 

1464 
245 
310 



1464 

20 

1065 

245 

1464 

1464 

1533 

1065 

474 

965 

1464 

1464 

1065 

245 

245 

1266 

1533 

245 

1065 

244 

474 

930 

1533 

474 

1464 

1464 

1065 

1534 

474 

929 

745 

474 

134 

930 

1204 

474 

244 

1609 

1464 

1534 

1464 

929 



370 



952 



2567 



568 
965 



688 



199 
655 



1329 



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Sidewalk space- 
Alley from Polk st, to Gilpin pi. bet. Sibley and Loomis sts, east side \ 

Flournoy st, from Leavitt st. to Oakley av, south side 

Flournoy st, from Lieavitt st. to Oakley av., north side 

Polk st, from Sibley to Loomis sts 

Sibley st, from Macalister to Gilpin pis., west side 

Wood st, from Melrose to Koscoe sts 

Smith, J. A., permit to lay pipe across Madison st. at 142, and 

across Union and Halsted sts S. & A., W. B.2211 

Smoke ordinance, amending Section 1652, Municipal Code of 1881 

South Park ct, bet. Midway Plaisance and 60th st., change name to Wash- 
ington av Def. and P. 

Special assessments, for issue of bonds to anticipate deferred instalments, 

etc Jud. 

Special assessment dedlinquent, city collector, to report list of to County 

Treasurer 

Sprinkling Indiana av. from 18th to 39th sts 

Sprinkling Twenty-ninety ward 

Sprinkling Thirtieth ward 

Sprinkling Thirty-first ward 

Sprinkling Thirty-second ward 

Sprinkling Thiry-f ourth ward 

Street from Cottage Grove av. to South Chicago av. bet. 69th and 70th sts, 

to name it 70th ct Def. and P. 

Street and Alley Cleaning, amending order of March 13, 1893, establishing a 

division of, etc Jud. 

Street Cleaning Department, amending ord. of March 13, 1893 



2553 
574 



Sunday closing, stores, etc ] Ssidered 2i49 

Subway, Sacramento av, acceptance of same by city 

Tax levy, 1893 

Tax levy, 1894 

Telephones, Chicago Twin Wire Long Distance Telephone Co., ord. for, 

vetoed, page 3 

Telephones, telephone poles, Clark st., from Chicago to North avs., for 

removal of 

Telephones, Western Telephone Constructing Co., granting franchise 

G., O. & E. L. 

Truro st, from Albany to Kedzie avs., change name to Carlisle pi 

Turnstiles along I. C. E. R. declared a nuisance, for abatement of, etc 

Viaduct, Monroe st., over I. C. R. R., permit steamship companies to erect. . 

Water mains, extension of, to be made by the city Fin. 

Water rates, relating to exemption from, etc Pub. 

Water rates, years 1893-'94, establishing 

Water tax. West Chicago Parks, providing for rebate -j ^\ %^^^' 

Waukesha Hygeia Mineral Spring Co., amending ord., vetoed, page 10 

Waukesha Hygeia Mineral Spring Co., amending ord. of July 20, 1891 and 

September 12, 1892 Pub. and F. & W. 

Western Av. M. E. Church, to accept certain real estate from, to be used by 

city for public street, etc Jud. 



2553 

482 



1435 



1556 



489 
1627 



1249 
1942 



143 
536 



474 
1166 
978 
1041 
475 
545 
930 



1891 



1119 



1286 



317 

857 



2109 
1663 
1266 
1266 
1266 
1266 
1302 



208 



357 



436 
2530; 



3 .... 
776 . . . . 



1267 
1277 



120 
658 



290 i 



2130 
10 



2149 



10 



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INDEX. 



ORDINANCES — LAMP POSTS. 

Page . 

Abbott ct, from Biversey st. to north terminus Passed 791 

Albany av, from 2-2d to 26th sts •' 472 

Argyle st, from Evanston to Winthrop avs " 1202 

Armour av, from 25th to 26th sts " 789 

Ashland av, from North 59th st. to Lawrence av " 1574 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts •' 1002 

Avers av, from Ogden av. to 19th st " 925 

Ballou st, from North av. to Armitage av., and connections " 876 

Barclay st, fi'om Augusta to Division sts " 877 

Bingham st, from Armitage rd. to Cornelia st *' 926 

Bond av, from 79th to 81st sts " 1163 

Bosworth av, from Grace av. to Eoscoe st " 560 

Breslau st, from Hamburg to Ems sts " 182 

Bristol av, from Wentworth to Tracy avs " 17 

Buffalo av, from 88th to 90th sts " 1002 

Burling st, from Wrightwood av. south 440 feet " 527 

Burling st, from Wrightwood av. south 500 feet " 1527 

Butler st, from 35th to 37th sts "' 789 

Byron st, from East Kavenswood Park to Lincoln av " 237 

Cedar st, from School st. to Wentworth av " 470 

Central Park av, from North to Armitage avs. , and connections " 876 

Central Park av, from Ohio st. to Central Park blvd " 470 

Central Park blvd, from Kedzie to Sheridan avs • " 134 

Champlain av, from Archer av. to 37th st " 528 

Champlain av, from 66th to 67th sts " 962 

Chester st, from Clybourn av. west " 1260 

Clarkson av, from Bloomingdale rd. to Cortland st " 76 

Clinton av, from Wellington to Eoscoe sts " 183 

Coblentz st, from Leavitt st. to Western av " 135 

Colorado av, from Douglas Park blvd. to 105 feet east of Crawford av " 682 

Colorado av. from 40th st. to Garfield blvd " 926 

CorneUa st, from Milwaukee av. to Point st " 877 

Cornelia st, from Racine av. to C, E. & L. S. R. R " 789 

Cornelia st, from Wilton av. to Rokeby st " 1527 

Cortland st, from Central Park to Kedzie avs. , and connections " 926 

CQttage Grove av, from 67th to 75th sts " 17 

Drexel av, from 60th to 61st sts " 1408 

Dudley st, from Armitage av. to Hervey st " 338 

East Ravenswood Park, from Lawrence av. north " 791 

Edgewood av, from Milwaukee av. to Humboldt blvd " 75 

Edison st, from Diversey st. to Lincoln av " 470 

Eighteenth st, from St. Louis to Trumbull avs " 878 

Eighty-first st, from Bond to Ontario avs. " 961 

Eighty-second st, from Edwards to Commercial avs " 962 

Eighty-third st, from Commercial to Superior avs " 1003 

Eighty-fourth st, from Superior to Buffalo avs " 962 

Eighty-seventh st, from Commercial to Houston avs " 1060 

Eighty-ninth st, from Exchange to Ci)mmercial avs " 1060 

Ellen st, at western terminus , " 560 

Ellis av, from 41st to 45th sts., and connections " 1461 

Ellis av, from' 60th to 61st sts " 1525 

Emerald av, from 69th to 7lst sts " 1527 

Emerald av, from 71st to 73d sts " 1527 

Erie av, from 9nth to 92d sts " 1003 

Erie av, from 95th to 96th sts " 1003 

Evans av, from 66th to 67th sts " 960 

Evanston av, from Argyle to N. 59th sts " 1201 

Evanston av, from Lake to Norwood avs " 1260 

Evergreen av, from Rockwell st. to California av ,' 559 

Exchange av, from 89th to 92d sts " 1162 

Fairview av, from Fullerton to Diversey avs " 338 

Fiftieth ct, from Forestville to Cottage Grove avs " 878 

Fiftieth st, from Madison to Lake avs '* 1461 



l^DEX. CGXI 

ordina:n^ces - lamp posts. 

Page. 

Fiftieth st, from Prairie to Calumet avs Passed 1528 

Fiftieth st, from Woocllawn av. to Drexel blvd " 1451 

Fiftieth st, from Woodlawn to Madison avs " 14gj 

Fifty-first st, from Ashland av. to Throop st '« 1542 

Fifty-first st, from Paulina st. to Ashland av " I409 

Fifty-first st, from Throop to Halsted sts ^ jg43 

Fifty-third st, from Lake to Cornell avs., and connections " 1409 

Fifty-sixth st, from Greenwood to Lexington avs " 1409 

Fifty-sixth st, from Lake to Stony Island avs " 14gQ 

Fifty-seventh st. from Lake to Stony Island avs «' jig2 

Fifty-eighth st, from Stevpart to Wentworth avs " jg43 

Fifty-eighth st, from Stewart av. to Wright st " 133 

Fiftv-eighth st, from Wallace st. to Stewart avs. Cooulevard heads) " 734 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wright to Wallace sts " j3g 

Fifty-ninth st, from L. S. & M. S. K. E. to State st ,'.."' » ig4;i 

Fifty-ninth st, from Princeton av. to C, R. I. & P. E. R " ig4j 

Fifty-ninth st, from Rosalie ct. to Stony Island av " I4g0 

Ford av, from 78th to 79th sts 41 ggj 

Forest av, from Fullerton av. to Elston rd (>• 4«-| 

Fourteenth st, from Wood to Leavitt sts n g«Q 

Fortieth st. (West), from Jackson to Harrison sts «» g-j-g 

Forty-fourth st, from Sidney ct. to Lake av ^ jg«4 

Forty-fifth st, from Ellis to Vincennes avs k -iw 

Forty-fifth st, from Woodlawn to Vincennes avs., and connections " 13g 

Forty-sixth st, from Indiana to Racine avs u J4Q9 

Forty-sixth st, from Wentworth to Princeton avs «' j^ 

Forty-seventh ct, from Cottage Grove av. to east terminus " jgg 

Forty-eighth st, from Halsted to Wallace sts ^<. J4Q9 

Francisco st, from Division st. to Chicago av .* gg^, 

Giddings st, from Leavitt to Eobey sts ^ r^g^ 

Glen Lake av, from Winthrop to Evanston avs " 1 «>02 

Glen Lake av, from Winthrop to Kenmore avs * " J526 

Graceland av, from East Eavenswood Park to Clark st •' ig43 

Green street, from 59th to 61st sts n 2g4-. 

Green Bay av, from 89th st. to Harbor av »» jQgj 

Grenshaw st, from Kedzie to Spaulding avs " kqq 

Hamburg st, from Breslau st. to Western av '< jg3 

Hamlin av, from 16th st. to Ogden av u g«« 

Hancock st, from North to Armitage avs., and connections " 339 

Harbor av, from Mackinaw av. to The Strand " 2091 

Harrison st, from Central Park to Crawford avs ; , . " 236 

Harvard st. from 63d to 67th sts u jr. 

Harvard st, from 73d to 74th sts i<. ^^qq 

Hirsch st, from Leavitt st. to California av., and connections " ^35 

Homan av, from North to Armitage avs., and connections " 927 

Homer st, from Eobey to Leavitt sts a ^.^ 

Hough pi, from Archer av. to river »c J259 

Houston av, from 87th to 93d sts \ , ^ ^ jggi 

Hoyne av, from Belmont to Clyboum avs " J201 

Huron st, from Western to Oakley avs J " 878 

I " 1004 

Indiana av, from 51st to 55th sts n «g^ 

lone pi, from Grand blvd. to Vincennes av »* j5«2 

Iowa st, from Hoyne av. to Eobey st «i 4/j/j 

Jamot st, from Leavitt to Eobey sts n j526 

Jefferson av, from 50th to 57th sts i<. jgge 

Kedzie av, from 22d to 26th sts u wg 

Kedzie av, cor. Van Buren st , ». ^34 

Kenmore av, from Grand av. north *<■ ^90 

Kimbark ay, from 47th to 49th sts ** j52g 

Laflin st, from 47th to 49th sts u 1qq2 

Lake View av, from Diversey av. to St. James pi «' j202 

Lake View av, from Roslyn pi. to Arlington pi '« j202 



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I^^DEX. 



ORDINANCES -LAMP POSTS. 

Page. 

Lakewood av, from Bryn Mawr av. to N. 59th st Passed 1201 

Lancaster gate, from Pine Grove av. to Lake Michigan " 1572 

Langley av, from 66th to 67th sts " 961 

Laughton av, from Hoyne to Oakley avs " 76 

Laughton st, from Western to California avs " 75 

Laurel av; from Diversey av. to Humboldt blvd , and connections " 876 

Laurel av, from FuUerton av. to Humboldt blvd., and connections " 339 

Leavitt st, from North to Waubansia aves " 135 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts " 237 

Lexington av, from 54th to 55th sts " 1528 

Lexington st, from Kedzie av. to Francisco st " 926 

Lincoln av, from Addison st. to Montrose blvd " 790 

Lincoln st, from Chicago av. to Superior st " 527 

Linden av, from Diversey av. to Humboldt blvd " 878 

Linden av, from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd " 181 

Lill av, from Sheflfleld to Seminary avs " 198 

Lowe av, from 33d to 35th sts " 790 

Lubeck st, from Robey st. to Western av " 183 

Lyman av, from Sunnyside to Wilson avs " 1202 

McMuilen ct, from May st. to Centre av " 135 

Madison av, from Lake av. to 59th St., and connections " 17 

Madison av, from 68th to 69th sts " 1526 

Main st, from Archer av. to Chicago River " 1525 

Maple st, from Wallace to Wright sts " 1641 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton to Diversey avs " 471 

Maryland av, from 63d to 64th sts " 1163 

Mead st, from North to Armitage avs., and connections " 339 

Melrose st, from Ashland to Racine avs " 1203 

Melrose st, from Laurel av. to Elston rd " 634 

Mitchell av, from North av. to Bloomingdale rd " 182 

Montrose blvd, from Robey to Leavitt sts \. *' 1202 

Morgan st, from 59th to eSd sts " 1641 

Musprat st, from 31st st. south " 791 

Nebraska av, from Armitage av. to Palmer sq " 183 

Ninetieth st, from Green Bay av. to The Strand " 1060 

Ninetieth st, from Superior to Buffalo avs " 1003 

Ninety-first st, from Exchange to Green Bay avs " 1091 

Ninety-third st, from Commercial to Houston avs " 1060 

Ninety-fifth st, from Commercial to Erie avs " 1059 

Noble av, from Racine to Sheffield avs " 76 

Norman av, from North av. to Bloomingdale road "* 182 

North Fifty-ninth st, from Sheridan to Ashland avs " 1574 

Norwood av, from Southport to Evanston avs " 1642 

Oak pi, from School st. to Belmont av " 792 

Ohio st, from Drake to Central Park avs " 339 

Ontario av, from 90th to 92d sts " 1003 

Orchard st, from Lake av. to Oakenwald st " 1574 

Page st, from E. Ravenswood Park to Lincoln av " 237 

Parmelee st, from Western to Hoyne avs " 878 

Parnell av, from 33d to 35th sts • " 790 

Parnell av, from 37th to 39th sts " 789 

Paulina st, from Clybourn to Wrightwood avs *' 1260 

Peoria st, from 59th to 63d sts " 1826 

i " 472 

Perry av, from Fullerton to Milwaukee avs -j '« 532 

Perry st, from Graceland av. to Wellington st " 1260 

Peterson st, from Hoyne av. to Robey st " 471 

Pine Grove av, from Belmont av., south 370 feet " 1572 

Pine st. from Oak to Pearson sts • • • " 1528 

Point st, from Cornelia st, to Henry ct " 927 

Powell av, from Milwaukee av. to Powell Park " 297 

Powell Park, from Powell to Western avs " 876 

Racine av, from Lawrence to Sulzer avs., eastside " 1641 



INDEX. CCXllI 

ORDNANCES -LAMP POSTS. 

Eebecca st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av Passed 76 

Rockwell st, from Division to Augusta sts •» g-g 

Rosooe st, from Robey st. to Sheffield av u jqrq 

Rosenmerkel st, from Wallace to Wright sts '« jook 

Rosenmerkel st, from Wright st. to P., Ft. W. & C. R. R, . . .- " jgSS 

St. Lawrence av, from 47th to 48th sts ii ogj 

St. Louis av, from 22d st. to Ogden av u , gog 

Sacramento av, from Carroll av. to Sacramento sq «« 298 

Sacramento av, from Sacramento sq. to Kinzie st u ^04 

Sangamon st, from 59th to 60th sts u jj^ok 

Sawyer av, from 22d to 24th sts n s,„», 

School st, from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R ] *< jg„o 

Seminary av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st ' '. -.ooi 

Seminary av, from Center st. to Maud av [ t. jk^-o 

Seventieth ct, from C, R. I. & P. R. R. to Webster av. [ ^ 4«a 

Seventieth st, from Linden to Stony Island avs n •jg.o 

Seventeenth st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av. * ' " or-» 

Seventy-first st, from Emerald av. to Wallace st. ** jcok 

Seventy-first st, from Stony Island to Euclid avs.. ] n jggQ 

Seventy-second st, from Perry av. to State st * >■>. j .gj 

Seventy-second st, from Stony Island to Ellington avs .' «i Kog 

Seventy-third st, from Bond to Lake avs [ « gg. 

Seventy-fourth pi, from Bissell to Matteson avs ] w gps 

Seventy-fifth st, from Bissell to Railroad avs \ n kor 

Seventy-fifth st, from Cottage Grove av. to I. C. R. R. ] ] i.<. jg^Q 

Seventy-fifth st, from Lake to Railroad avs *_ ' «i g„c 

Seventy-sixth st, from Lake to French avs »t j jg„ 

Seventy-sixth st, cor. Railroad and Carlin avs n -,04 

Seventy-sixth st, from Sangamon to Halsted sts [ u ^^^^ 

Seventy-ninth st, from Duncan to Ford avs u ggg 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Armitage av., connections «• 921-' 

Sherman st, from 55th to 59th sts 4; j„26 

Sherman st, from 69th to 71st sts u gog 

Sixteenth st, from Kedzie to Albany avs »< ggr, 

Sixtieth st, from Wentworth av. to Wallace st , «« -,005 

Sixty-first pi, from Madison to Washington avs » j5^3 

Sixty-third st, from Halsted st. to Union av. <« . j525 

Sixty-third st, from Madison to Hope avs u jg~. 

Sixty-fourth st, from Greenwood to Lexingtonavs '» J5^3 

Sixty-fifth st, from Champlain to Cottage Grove avs " jg43 

Sixty-sixth st, from Oglesby to Star avs » j5^3 

Sixty -sixth st, from Perry to La Fayette avs " J525 

Sixty-seventh st, from Honore to State sts '^ jg24 

Sixty-ninth st, from Madison to Stony Island avs •' ^>^q 

South Chicago av, from Exchange av. to 92d st " jQgQ 

South Chicago av, from 92d to 93d sts '4 jQgg 

Southport av, from Graceland to Belmont avs " >^q2 

Spaulding av, from Douglas Park blvd. to Ogden av " 297 

Spaulding av, from Scott to Jacksqn sts «• jg2 

Spaulding av, from 22d to 24th sts » g35 

State st, from Cornelia st. to Armitage av " 472 

Stony Island av, from 63d st. to Jackson Park terrace '<■ jg2g 

Stony Island av, from 67th to 71st sts » 15^2 

Strand (The), from 89th st. to Harbor av '« jQgg 

Sunnyside av, from Leavitt to Robey sts '« J261 

Superior av, from 89th to 92d sts .•. • '« jQgQ 

Superior st, from Leavitt st. to Western av '« J34 

Taylor st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av " jq02 

Thirty-second st, from Dearborn st. to railroad " J344 

Thirty-third st, from La Salle st. to alley west of Wentworth av " 1259 

Thirty-seventh st, from Rhodes av. east " §3^ 

Thirty-eighth st, from Halsted st. to Stewart av " *vgj 

Thirty-eighth st, from Laurel to Halsted sts '«: jg^g 



CCXIV 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— LAMP POSTS. 

Page . 

Town ct, from North av. to south terminus Passed 791 

Ti'umbull av, from Harrison st. to Colorado av " 135 

Trumbull av, from 16th to 22d sts " 926 

Turner av, from 22d to 24th sts " 634 

Twenty -third st, from South Park av. to railroad " 1201 

Union av, from 71st to 73d sts ■< u jcgi 

Vincennes av, from 39th to 47th sts " 1642 

Vincennes av, from 48th to 50th sts •' 962 

Wabansia av, from Central Park to Kedzie avs " 927 

Ward st, from Diversey st. to Wrightwood av " 788 

Washtenaw av, from Chicago av. to Division st " 876 

Washtenaw av, from Taylor st. to Lexington av " 339 

Waubun av, from Barry av. to Wellington st " 789 

Werder st, from Kockwell st. to California av., and connections " 237 

Western av, from Belmont av. to river " 1259 

Wharton av, from 54th pi. to 55th st " 1642 

Wharton av, from 60th to 67th sts " 1642 

WiUis ct, from 13th st. to C. & N. P. R. R " 135 

Wilmot av, from Hoyne av. to Robey st " 471 

Wilson av, from Leavitt to Robey sts " 635 

Winthrop av, from Rosemont to Grand avs '* 788 

Wolfram st, from Southport to Herndon avs " 790 

Wright st, from 71st to 72d sts " 1826 



ORDINANCES— OPENING, WIDENING AND EXTENDING. 

Open — 

AUey, Lot 3, Block 22, C. T. Sub., Sec. 29, 39, 14 S. «fe A., W. D. 387 

Alley, north from Locust st. bet. Milton av. and Townsend st Passed 1062 

Alley in Lot 3, Block 22, C. T. Sub Reported 582 

Alley, south of Floumoy st. to alley bet. Francisco st. and Sacramento av Passed 77 

AUey bet. 46th and Bristol sts. from Atlantic st. to alley in Block 9, etc " 881 

AUey from Francisco st. to Sacramento av. between Flournoy and Lexington sts " 1532 

AUey from Robey st. to Hoyne av. bet. Kinzie st. and Austin av., for repeal S. & A., W. D 304 

Alley bet. St. Lawrence and Champlain avs . , 43d and 44th sts Passed 472 

Alley from SchUler st. to connect with alley from Goethe st , etc •' 1281 

Alley bet. 75 and 76th sts,. Bond and Coles avs " 77 

Alley bet. 75th and 76th sts.. Bond and Coles avs. (and repealing former ordinance) ... '' 964 

Alley bet. 29th and 30th sts., S. Park and Vernon avs " 685 

AUey bet. Washington st. and Warren av., Campbell av. and Rockwell st " 184 

AUey bet. Washtenaw av. and Rockwell st. , Adams and Jackson sts " '340 

Adams st, from Crawford av, to west line of Garfield Park " 195 

Adams av. across L. S. & M. S. and P., F. W. & C. R. R., right of way " 76 

Armour av. from 58th to 59th sts " 636 

Asylum pi. (Webster av.), from Elston av. to North Branch of river " 528 

Avers av, from 22d st. to Ogden av " 1648 

fRe-con. and re-com., S. & A., W. D. 1837 

^^^ ^ ^ ^ , ] Filed 1941 

Avers av, from 22d st. to Ogden av t m i £ ^i j n^^c, 

Avcio «,»,.& 1 rjig^jjgj^ from file and re-com 2018 

I Filed 2148 

Calumet av, bet. 55th and 63d sts ^^ Passed 77 

Curtis st, from 107th to 110th sts " 636 

Eighty-first st, from Wenthworth av. to State st " 833 

Eighty-third st. across L. S. & M. S. and P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. rights of way " 77 

Eighth-seventh st. across L. S. & M. S. and P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. rights of way " 77 

Forty-seventh st. (West), from Jackson to Harrison sts " 685 

Girard st. across C. & N. W. R. R " 928 

Gladys av, from Crawford av. to west line of Garfield Pai'k " 195 



IlVDEX. 



ccxv 



ORDIISrANCES-OPENING, WIDEJl^^ING AND EXTENDING. 

Open— Page. 

Grand av, from Western to Dodge avs Passed 928 

Hoyne av, from 37th to 39th sts " 1579 

Kroll st, from 25th st. to alley northeast in Block 3, Keaper Addition " 832 

Leavitt st, from 37th to 39th sts " 1579 

Lincoln st, from 34th st. to Archer av " 1648 

Monroe st, from Crawford av. to west line of Garfield Park " 193 

Musprat st, through Block 13, and Tracy's Sub., Block 14, etc " 472 

■ Musprat st, from 35th to 37th sts " 852 

Oakdale av, from Clark to Halsted sts " 255 

Oakdale av, from Clark to Halsted sts Eeported 373 

Oakdale av, from Clark to Halsted sts Passed 549 

Oakdale av, from Halsted to Clark sts " 2007 

Oakdale av, from Halsted to Clark sts .Vetoed, re-con. and S. & A., N. D. 2069 

Oakdale av, from Halsted to Clark sts. .(Vetoed, re-con. and referred to S. & A., N. D.), P. "W. 2223 

Oakenwald av, bet. 41st and 42d sts Passed 244 

Oakley av. from 37th st. to39thst , •' 1578 

One Hundred and Fifth st, from Indiana av. to east line of I. C. R. K Def. and Pub. 2553 

One Hundred and Seventh st, from Indiana av. to east line of I. C. R. E Def. and Pub. 2553 

One Hundred and Thirteenth st, from Indiana av. to east line of I. C. E. R Def. and Pub. 2553 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st, from Indiana av. to east line of I. C. R. R Def. and Pub. 2553 

One Hundred and Seventeenth st, from Clark to State sts Passed 1464 

One Hundred and Seventeenth st, from Desplaines to Wallace sts " 1531 

- One Hundred and Thirtieth st, from Indiana av. to Calumet River " 1648 

Eobey st, from 37th to 39th sts " 1578 

Sacramento av, across C. & ISK W. R, R File 546 

Sangamon st, from 65th to 66th sts Passed 2362 

Seventy-seventh st, from Palmer to French avs " 832 

Sherman st, from 54th to 55th sts " 563 

Sixtieth st, from State st. to Wentworth av " 1463 

South Park av, from 55th to 56th sts " 686 

Thirty-seventh st, from Laurel st. to South Fork of South Branch Chicago River " 832 

Van Buren st, from Crawford av. to west line of Garfield Park " 196 

Vernon av, from 43d to 44th sts " 685 

Webster av. (petition and sundry papers in re.) • FUed. 996 

Webster av. (or Asylum pL), from Elston av. to Chicago River S. & A., N. & W. D. 710 

Webster av. (or Asylum pL), from Elston av. to the North Branch of River Passed 996 

Wentworth av, from Blue Island rd. to Calumet River " 833 

Wilcox st, from Crawford av. to west line of Garfield Park " 194 

Wood st, from 74th to 75th sts • " 1004 

Open, alter and extend Archer av Reported 320 

Open, alter and extend Archer av. (C, M. & N. R. R. Co. to pay for lands taken) Passed 066 

Open and widen 85th st, from Stewart to Bissell avs " 881 

Open and widen Huron st, 67 feet west of Rockwell st " 636 

Open and widen 74th st, from Jeffrey to Stony Island avs " 1532 

Open and widen State st. from 95th st. to Calumet River Def. & Pub. 2553 

Widen Armour av, north of 50th st Passed 1531 

Widen Michigan av, north from 63d st. through Lot 1 of Block 10, Nash, Rankin & Gray's j Rep 583 

Sub., etc ( Passed. 1244 



ORDINANCES-PRIVATE DRAINS- 



Adams st, from 40th to 46th sts. (West) Passed 1463 

Addison st, from Lincoln to Ashland avs " 685 

Ambrpse st, from Oakley to Western avs " 297 

Anthony (Clement) av, from S. Park av. to 70th st " 1530 

Atlantic st, from 39th to Root sts " 1577 

Augusta st, from Robey st. to California av " 1645 



CCXVl 



INDEX. 



ORDLN-ANCES-PEIVATE DRAINS. 

Bemice av, from Kobey St. to C. i N. W. R. R ; Passed 1301 

Brost ar, from Eranston to Southport avs .. j^^^ 

Burling St, from Wrightwood a V. south 41 S feet -^ 1302 

BjTon St. from Robey St. to C. i N. W. R. R - 1410 

Carpenter st, from 50th to 51st sis , .. ,..-^ 

Champlain av. from Archer av. to .?rth St " jg 

Cologne St. from Quarry to Main sts .. -.^^ 

Commercial st, from Graeeland to Berteau avs -• j^- 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Graeeland avs j ' 6S5 

< '• i5rs 

Commercial st, from Paulina st. to Terra Cotta pL •• j^^ 

Douglas Park blvd, from Albany to Homan avs •• io(q 

Douglas Park blvd. from Central Park av. to west terminus, south side •• lici 

Douglas Park blvd. from Colorado av. to 12th st., east side ■' lofe 

Itouglas Park blvd, from Madison st. to south terminus, west side 10,-4 

Dreyer st. from 47th to .31st sts •' logo 

Duncan st, frbm Stewart av. to Wright st : '• i^3q 

Eighty-ninth st, from South Chic-ago av. to L C. R. R •• 1^45 

Elk Grove av, from Armitage av. to (Webster av . ) Asylum pi • • 1575 

Ems st, from Leavitt st. to Western av - 152^ 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts - j53q 

Exchange av. from Baltimore av. to STth st " Ig 

Fair av. from 68th to 71st sts - « j^^ 

Fayest, from Lincoln av. to C. A: X. W. B. B •• 1^45 

Fiftieth et, from Cottage Grove to Tmcennes avs •• jg 

Fifty-first st, from Ashland ar. to Wood st •• 142^.3 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs •' o^ 

Rllmore st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd " 1411 

Floumoy st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd •• lo^j 

Forty-first st, from Halsted st. to Stewart av •• ig^ 

Forty-first pL from 26th to 2Sth sts •• jq^ 

Forty-first st CFairmount av.>. from 26th to 28th sts •• ago 

Forty-eighth st, from Morgan to Wood sts '• ig^g 

Forty-eighth st. from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards, Sec 8, 38, 14 •' 1411 

Forty-ninth st, from Wallace to Halsted sts 1411 

Francisco st, from Division st. to Chicago av • ■ 1:^44 

Giddings st, from Roby to Leavitt sts " 1410 

Gladys av, from 4«jth st. to 45th pi •• 14^^ 

Greenwood av, from Everen st, to Centre av •• 1^1^ 

Grenshaw st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd " 146S. 

Hamburg st, from Roby st. to Western av -' 1575 

Harvard st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd -^ 126^ 

Haugan av, from Byron to Grace sts •' 1410 

Hemdon st, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st •• 1530 

Homan av. from Central Park blvd. to Lake st •♦ 782 

Hoyne av, from Comeha to Addison sts •• 1301 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe to Cornelia sts " 134 

Humboldt av. from Western to California avs '• 1314 

Iowa st, from Roby st. to Hoyne av j •* 75 

Irving av, from Center to Everett sts '• 1544 

Jackson st, from 40th to 46th " 1261 

Justine st, from 4&th to 53d sts " 1465 

Kinney av, from 71st to 73d sts " 684 

Kosciusko st, from Robey to Leavitt sts •■ 1575 

Langley av, from 63d to 69th sts •• 1531 

Laurel av, from Humboldt blvd. to Diversey st • 1575 

Leavitt st, from Archer av. to Bross st •* i645 

Leavitt st, from Clyboum to Belmont avs •• 1647 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts '• 134 

Lexington st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd • 1288 

Lexington st, from Francisco st. to Kedide av '• 75 

Linden av. from Diversey st. to Humboldt blvd '■ 1577 

Logan st, from Wallace st. to Union Stock Yards, Sec. 8, 38, 14 ** 1575 



INDEX. 



CCXYll 



ORDINANCES — PRIVATE DRAINS. 

Lunt av, from Southport av. to Lake Michigan 

Liint Eoe, from Southport av. to Lake Michigan .' 

Matteson st, from Wallace st. to TJ. S. & R. R 

Monroe st, from 44th to 45th sts 

Montana st, from Racine av. to Surry ct 

Newport av, from Sheffield to Racine avs 

Oakdale av, from Southport av. to Perry st 

Park av, from Center to Everett sts 

Peoria st, from 59th to 63d sts 

Peterson st, from Robey st. to Hoyne av 

Polk st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd 

Prairie av, from 50th to 51st sts 

Rhodes av, from 67th st. to Keefe av 

Rhodes av, from 70th to 73d sts 

St. CTiarles av, from Center to Everett sts 

St. Lawrence av, from 63d to 73d sts 

School st, from Liacoln av. to Clark st 

School st, from Sheldon to Robey sts 

Selwyn av, from Center to Everett sts 

Seminary av, from Roscoe st. to Newport av - 

Seventy-second st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs : 

Sheldon av, from Irving Park blvd. to Everett st 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale rd. to Armitage av 

Sherman st, from 39th to 43d sts 

Sixty-fifth st, from Langley to Champlain avs 

Sixty-ninth ct, from Cottage Grove to South Chicago avs 

Sixty-ninth st, from Cottage Grove to South Chicago avs 

South Park av, from 60th to 71st sts. • 

State st, from 68th to 71st sts 

Swan st, from Stewart av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R 

Thirty-second st, from Halsted to Laurel sts 

Thirty-eighth st, from Gage to Laurel sts 

Thirty-eighth st, from Pierson st. to Kedzie av 

Thomas st, from Wood st. to Hoyne av 

Tracy st, from 43d to 45th sts 

TrumbuU av, from C, B. & Q. R. R. to 26th st ■) 

Twenty-first st, from Pan Handle Railroad to Boulevard 

Union av, from 59th to 61st sts 

YemoH av, from JrYing Park blvd. to Everett st 

Vernon av, from 69th to 73d sts 

Vincennes av, from Anthony (Clement) av. to 73d st 

Vincennes av, from 63d st. to S. Chicago av 

Wabash av, from 67th to 73d sts 

Ward st, from 35th to 36th sts • 

Washbume av, from Lincoln to Robey sts 

Washington av, from Everett to Center sts 

Wilcox av, from 40th to 46th sts., west ■ 

Wilson av, from Leavitt to Robey sts 



Page. 

Passed 1647 

1577 

18 

964 

1529 

1411 

1410 

1644 

684 

134 

1261 

1203 

1529 

1463 

1646 

1462 

1575 

134 

1645 

1410 

1576 

1646 

1412 

1576 

1645 

1529 

1575 

1575 

1530 

1577 

1577 

236 

297 

1300 

1411 

831 
1004 
1301 

1575 

1647 

1531 

1531 

1528 

1462 

1577 

1301 

1644 

18 

1529 



ORDINANCES— REPEALING. 

Avenue "K," extension of, from 95th st. to Ewing av Passed.. 253 

Building ord., amending Sec. 64, ord. of March 13, 1893 F. & W. 2365 

Improvements- 
Alley bet. Aberdeen st. and Centre ave., Tilden av. and Congress st Passed.. 1649 

, fPassed 1960 

. _^ ^ Vetoed 2097 

Alley bet. Albany and Kedzie avs., Polk and Lexmgton sts -i j^^^^^j^ 2099 

LS. &A., W. D. 2101 



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CCXVIII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES -REPEALING. 

Improvements — Paee 

Alley from Albany to Sacramento avs., bet. Walnut and Lake sts Passed 1584 

Alley bet. Arthington st. and Gilpin pi., Centre av. and Lytle st '• 121-^ 

fFiled 2031 

Alley bet. Belden and Fullerton avs., Seminary av. and Osgood st i Def . & Pub.. . . 2199 

[Passed 2281 

fFUed 2031 

Alley bet. Belden and Fullerton avs., Sheffield av. and Osgood st \ Def. and Pub.. 2198 

[Passed 2279 

r Def. and Pub.. 1899 

.„ . , , [Passed 1993 

Alley m Block 2, D. S. Lee's Addition ^ Vetoed 2097 

j Re-con 2099 

U. & A., W. D. 2101 
fPassed 1960 

Alley in Block 4, D. S. Lee's Addition J Vetoed. ....... 2097 

I Re-con 2099 

LS. & A., W.D. 2101 
Alley north and south, W. 3^, Block 6, Union Park, Second Addition Passed 1649 

fPassed 1959 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., W. D. 2101 

rPassed 1959 

AUey, Block 11, D. S. Lee's Addition \ Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

is. «fe A., W. D. 2101 
AUey bet. Brigham and McReynolds, Wood and Paulina sts Passed 1213 

fPassed 1957 

AUey bet. California av. and Francisco st., Polk and Lexington sts -(^ etoed 2097 

■ Re-con 2099 



AUey, Block 8, D. S. Lee's Addition. 



.S. & A., W. D. 2101 

AUey bet, CampbeU av. and Cicero ct., Congress and Harrison sts Passed 531 

AUey bet. CampbeU av. and RockweU st., Flournoy and Lexington sts " 531 

AUey bet. CampbeU av. and RockweU St., Han-ison and Flournoy sts " 78 

AUey bet. CampbeU av. and RockweU st., Lexington and Polk sts " 5.3O 

AUey bet. CampbeU av. and RockweU st., Polk and Harvard sts " 93 

AUey bet. CarroU av. and FiUton st., Sheldon and Ada sts " 1424 

fPassed 1960 

AUey bet. Congress and Harrison sts., CampbeU av. and Union pi J ^ etoed 2097 

I Re-con 2099 

LS. & A., W. D. 2101 

AUey bet. Cross st. and Trumbiill av.. Van Buren st. and Colorado av Passed 345 

Alley bet. Desplaines and Halsted, Mather and Polk sts ; . . . " 1210 

AUey bet. Elk Grove and Wabansia avs., North av. and Girard st " 966 

I' Passed 1961 

I Vetoed 2097 

AlUey bet. EUis av. and Drexel blvd., 42d and 43d sts -1 Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 

Passed 2307 

Alley bet. Evanston av. and West ct,, Graceland av. and Edgecomb et !^ Passed 1213 

AUey bet. Fiftieth st. , Madison Park, Woodlawn and Madison avs •' 1650 

fPassed 1957 

! Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., W. D. 2101 

Alley bet. Harding and Crawford avs.. Lake st. and Park av Passed 1588 

AUey bet. Harrison and Flournoy sts. , RockweU st. and Washtenaw av " 1585 

Ccef. & Pub... 1899 

I Passed 1991 

Alley bet. Harrison and Gurley, May and Aberdeen sts -{ Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., W. D. 2101 
Alley bet. Harrison and Gurley, Sholto and Aberdeen sts .' Passed 937 



AUey bet. Francisco st. and Sacramento av., Polk and Lexington sts -i 



INDEX. 



CCXIX 



Alley bet. Lake st. and "Washington blvd., Saci'amento and Albany avs. 



Alley bet. Langley and Cottage Grove avs,, 38tli and 39th sts. 



Alley bet. Lincoln st. and "Winchester av., Van Buren and Congress sts. 



ORDINANCES— repeali:n^g. 

Improvements — Page . 

Alley bet. Harrison st. and Hubbard ct., Michigan and "Wabash avs Passed 1587 

Alley from Hirsch to Le Moyne sts., bet. Dania and Campbell avs " 835 

Alley bet. Hoyne and Leavitt, Harrison and Congress sts " 1588 

Alley from Hubbard ct., south 80 feet, bet. Michigan and "Wabash avs " 1584 

Alley bet. Irving and Oakley avs., Polk and Taylor sts " 1585 

Alley bet. Jackson and Van Buren sts., Nassau st. and Sacramento av " 493 

^Def. and Pub. 1899 

Passed 1990 

Alley bet. Kedzie and Homan avs., Madison st. and Warren av -! Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., W. D. 2101 

AlUey bet. Kedzie and Spaulding avs., Madison and Monroe sts Passed 346 

Alley bet. Lake st. and Park av., Kedzie and Homan avs " 345 

"Def. and Pub. 1899 

Passed 1993 

Alley bet. Lake and Washington sts., California av. and Clarkson ct ■{ Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., W. D. 2101 

J Def. and Pub. 1899 

I Passed 1991 

Passed 1963 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D.. 2101 

J Passed 1465 

(Passed 1589 

Alley bet. Lytle, Throop, Taylor and 12th sts Passed 1587 

Alley bet. Madison and Monroe sts., Leavitt st. and Hoyne av " 712 

Alley bet. Madison st. and Warren av., Albany and Kedzie avs " 1650 

'Def. and Pub.. 1899 

Passed 1992 

Alley bet. May, Aberdeen, Polk and Gurley sts ■{ Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., W.D. 2101 

Alley bet. Morgan and Miller, Polk and Taylor sts Passed 1586 

Alley bet. Monroe st. and Wilcox av., California av. and Rockwell st " 248 

Alley from 19th st. to Archer av., bet. State and Dearborn sts " 1584 

Alley from 19th to 21st sts., bet. Spaulding and Turner avs " 1214 

f Def. and Pub 2198 

Alley from Oak to "Whiting sts., bet. La Salle av. and "Wells st \ Passed 2280 

I Vetoed, re-con. and filed 2338" 

fPassed 1958 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

,S. & A., W.D. * 2101 

Alley bet. Osgood st. and Seminary av., "Webster and Belden avs .S. & A., N. D. 1884 

,„ , ^ Def. and Pub. 2199 
Alley bet. Paulina st. and Hermitage avs., Harrison and York sts < Passed 2278 

Alley bet. Paulina st. and Hermitage av., York and Polk sts Passed 834 

Alley bet. Polk and Harvard sts., "Washtenaw and California avs " 1587 

Alley (south) from Robey st. to Winchester av., bet. Congress and Van Buren sts. ... . " 1586 

Def. and Pub.. 1899 

Passed 1992 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., W. D. 2101 

Alley from Rush to Pine sts., bet . Indiana and Illinois sts Passed 834 

Passed 1959 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., "W.D. 2101 

Alley bet. Seminary av. and Osgood st., Belden and FuUerton avs S. & A., N. D. 1884 

Alley bet. Seminary and Racine, Lill and Wright wood avs Passed 1213 



Alley bet. Oakley and Claremont avs.. Van Buren and Harrison sts. 



Alley bet. Rockwell st. and Washtenaw av., Flournoy and Lexington sts. 



Alley bet, Samuel and "Wood, Jane and Division sts. 



itf 



^<l 



ccxx 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES-REPEALING. 

Improvements — 

Alley bet. Sheffield av. and Osgood st., Belden and Pullerton avs 

Alley bet. Sholto, May, Better and Damon sts 

Alley bet. Sholto, May, Good and Better sts 

Alley bet. Sholto, May, Polk and Good sts 

Alley bet. 24th and 25th sts. , Prairie and Indiana avs 



Alley bet. 25th and 26th sts., State st. and Wabash av. 



Alley bet. Union pi., Cicero ct.. Congress and Harrison sts 

Alley bet. Van Buren and Congress sts., Campbell av. and Cicero ct. 
Alley bet. Van Buren-and Congress sts., Laflin st. and Ashland av. . . . 

Alley bet. Van Buren and Harrison sts., Irving and Oakley avs 

Alley bet. Washington st. and Warren av., Homan and Kedzie avs. . . 



Alley bet. Washtenaw^ and California avs., Plournoy and Harrison sts. 



Alley bet. Washtenaw and CaUfornia avs., Plournoy and Lexington sts. 



Alley bet. W^ebster, Belden, Eacine and Clifton avs. 



Alley bet. Webster, Belden, Seminary and Clifton avs. 



Page. 

.S. & A.,N. D. 1884 

Passed 1211 

" 1211 

" 1211 

" 1424 

Passed 1958 

Vetoed 2097 

Ke-con 2099 

S. &A.. S. D.. 2101 
Passed 939 

" 712 

" 1093 

" 888 

" 346 

'Passed 1956 

Vetoed 2097 

I Re-con 2099 

[s. & A., W. D. 2101 

fPassed 1961 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., W. D. 2101 
J Def . and Pub. 2199 

I Passed 2280 

fFiled 2031 

Alley bet. Webster and Belden avs., Seminary av. and Osgood st i Def. and Pub. 2198 

[Passed 2279 

r Passed 1962 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A.,N. D. 2101 
Reported 2227 

iPassed 2310 

Passed 14'i5 

" 1425 

" 532 

" 1426 

Passed 1956 

Vetoed 2097 

j Re-con 2099 

Is. &A., W.D.2101 
J Def. and Pub. 2199 

(Passed 2227 

Passed 966 

690 

, re-con. and lost 765 

[Passed 1970 

Vetoed 2097 

- Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 

Passed 2307 

Passed 200 

Passed 1583 

Passed 1975 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., S. D.. 2101 

r Passed 1974 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D.. 2101 

Def. and Pub.. 2199 

^Passed 2276 



Alley from Wendell to Hill sts., bet. Franklin and Market sts. . , 
AUey from Wendell to Oak sts., bet. Franklin and Market sts. . 
AUey bet. Western and Campbell avs.. Harvard and Taylor sts. 
Alley bet. Wisconsin st., Sedgwick st. and Lincoln av 



AUey bet. Wood, Lincoln, Polk and Taylor sts. 



Aberdeen st, from 55th to 59th sts. . . 
Adams st,from Canal to Halsted sts. 
Albany av, from 22d to 26th st 



j Passed 
1 Vetoed 



Anthony av, from South Park av. to 70th st. 



Ashland av, from Lawrence to Webster avs., macadam. 
Better st, from Sholto to May sts 



Carpenter st, from 50th to 51st sts. 



Carpenter st, from 55th to 59th sts. 



INDEX. 



CCXXI 



Improvements — 



Commercial av, from Lincoln to Berteau avs. 



ORDINANCES— REPEALING. 

Page. 

rs. & A., N. D.. 1434 

Cass St, from Michigan to Eush sts., asphalt -| Reported 1490 

[Passed 1854 

Central Park av, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd Passed 1580 

Chestnut st, from La Salle av. to east line Block 32, Johnston R. & S. Addn " 1582 

Passed 1966 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099. 

^ S. & A.,N. D.. 2101 

Reported 2225 

Passed 2309 

Commercial av, from Lincoln to Graceland avs ." Passed 1209 

Congress st, from 5th av. to Franklin st " 1830 

Cottage Grove av, from 51st to 59th sts., east half " 833 

Damon st, from May to Sholto sts " 1583 

"Passed 1963 

Vetoed 2097 

^^^^^..■^-r^.^ / J Re-con 2099 

Dayton st, from Rees st. to North av •• . . ^ ^ 

Reported 2226 

.Passed 2310 

S. & A., S. D. 1240 

(Filed 1289 

Division st, from Kedzie to Robinson avs Passed 1207 

Elizabeth st, from Randolph to Lake sts " 1093 

Elston av, from Milwaukee to North avs " 1840 

Erie st, from Clark to State sts., asphalt '. " 1905 

rs. &A., N. D. 387 

Erie st, from State st . to La Salle av -! Reported 662 

[Passed 758 

fPassed 1974 

' Vetoed 2097 

^ Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., S. D. 2101 

Fairview av, from Fullerton av . to Hmuboldt Park blvd Passed 1650 

^Passed 1969 



Dearborn st, from Monroe to Madison sts. 



Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts. 



Ferdinand st, from Noble to Armour sts. 



Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 



Is. & A., W. D. 2101 
Fiftieth st, from Cottage Grove to Vincennes avs Passed 966 



Fifty-second st, from Morgan st. to Centre av. 



Fifty-seventh st, from Morgan st. to Ashland av. 



fPassed 1975 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., S. D.. 2101 

'Passed 1971 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

is. «fe A., S. D.. 2101 

'fPassed 1964 

Vetoed 2097 

Fillmore st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av i Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., W. D. 2101 

Flournoy st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs Passed 1831 

fPassed 1964 



Flournoy st, from Douglas blvd to Crawford av. 



Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

Is. & A.,W. D. 2101 

Forquer st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs • Passed 1831 

(Passed.. 1965 

Vetoed 2097 

Forty-second pi, from Vincennes to St. Lawrence avs -{ Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D.. 2101 
Passed 2296 



CCXXII 



INDEX. 



Improvements— 



Fourteenth St, from Wood st. to Irving av - 



Franklin st. from Kinzie st. to Chicago av. 



i 



OBDLN^AKCES— REPEALING. ^ 

Page. 

fPassed 1967 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-eon 2099 

.S. & A., W. D. 2101 
(Bet. and Pub. 1900 

Passed 1994 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., N. D. 2101 

LFiled 2223 

Fulton st, from Desplaines to Halsted sts Passed 1207 

'Passed 1976 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

.S. & A.,S. D.. 2101 

fPassed 1968 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. &A., N.D..2101 

Reported 2226 

.Passed 2310 

fPassed 1968 

J Vetoed 2097 

I Re-con 2099 

U- & A , W. D. 2101 

Grove pi, from 64th to 65th sts Passed 1208 

Hamlin av, from 16th st. to Ogden av " 689 

Harding av, from Lake to Kinzie sts " 2218 

Harrison st, from Halsted st. to Centre av " 137 

Harrison st, from Hoyne to Western avs " 1829 

rs. & A., W. D. 1831 

Harvard st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av -j Reported 1940 

[Passed 2032 

Houston av. from 87th to 93d sts Passed 1582 

Tpassed 1969 

I Vetoed 2097 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe blvd. to Belmont av \ Re-con 2099 

S. & A., N. D. 2101 

Reported 2225 

.Passed 2309 

Tcef. and Pub.. 1900 

I Passed 1994 

Hoyne av, from 17th to 18th sts ■{ Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 



Gordon st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs. 



Grace st, from Clark st. to Lincoln av. - 



Greenshaw st, from Douglas blvd. to Cravrford av. 



S. & A„ W. D. 2101 



fPassed 979 

Hoyne av, from Washmgton to Jackson blvds., asphalt ] Re-con. and S. & A.. W. D. 1024 

[passed 1117 

Indiana st, from Clark to St. Clair sts Passed 1906 

Institute pi, from Market st. to west terminus " 572 

Jan Huss st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 1064 

fDef. and Pub. 1899 

Passed 1994 

Johns pi, from Halsted st. to C, B. & Q. R. R -! Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., W. D. 2101 

Passed 1970 

Vetoed 2097 

Keefe av, from Rhodes to Anthony avs -| Re-con 2099 

I S. & A., S. D.. 2101 
LPassed 2307 



INDEX. 



CCXXllI 



Improvrments— 



ORDINANCES— EEPEALIKG. 



Langley av, from 63d to 69th sts. 



1 



Page. 

Passed 1963 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

IS. & A.,S. D.. 2101 



fLost 



158 



Miwaukee av, from Lake st. to Chicago av. 



La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st., asphalt -j S. & A., N. D. . 891 

[Reported 1328 

Lawndale av, from 31st st. to South Branch of river Passed 347 

Lexington av, from Central Park to Lawndale avs " 1831 

Loomis st, from 47th to 63d sts Filed 1289 

Marshfield av, from 59th to 61st sts Passed 246 

Millard av, from 12th st. to Ogden av .• " 689 

Milwaukee av, from Chicago to North avs ' " 1606 

JDef. and Pub. 2199 

I Passed 2275 

Monroe st, from 40th to 46th sts. (West) Passed 1007 

Myrtle av, from Milwaukee av. to Diversey st " 186 

Myrtle av, from Milwaukee av. to Humboldt blvd " 185 

1 Passed 1209 

Ninety-first st, from Cottage Grove to S . Park avs < ,, 

( lo34 

Norwood av Passed 490 

One Hundred and Ninteenth st, from Michigan av. to Halsted st " 1583 

Page st, from 59th to 61st sts " 247 

Parmelee st, from Hojme to Western avs " 1210 

Paulma st, from 59th to 61st sts " 247 

'Passed 1967 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., N. D. 2101 

Reported 2224 

Passed 2-308 

Passed 1967 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., N. D. 2101 

Reported 2225 

IPassed 2308 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs Passed 1579 

Polk st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs " 1831 

rs. & A., W. D. 1831 

Polk st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av \ Reported 1939 

[Passed 2033 

Prindiville st, from Stave st. to Milwaukee av Passed 529 

Randolph st, from Halsted to Ann sts '' 1209* 

fPassed 1965 



Paulina st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs. 



i 



Paulina st, from Roscoe st. to Berteau av. 



i 



Rebecca st, from Rockwell st. east 429 feet. 



Rhodes av, from 67th to Keefe av. 



Vetoed 2097 

Re-con. 2099 

IS. & A., W. D. 2101 

Passed 1970 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S.D. 2101 
[^Passed 2307 

Passed 1965 

Vetoed 2097 

Rhodes av, from 70th to 73d sts -! Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 
(^ Passed 2298 

Passed 344 

" 344 



Robey st, from 17th to 18th sts — 
Rockwell st, from 12th to 22d sts. 



CCXXIV 



INDEX. 



Improvements— 



St. Lawrence av, from 63d to 73d sts. 



St. Elmo St, from Lincoln av. to Wood st. 



V 



Sheffield av, from Weed St., to North av 



Sherman st, from Harrison to Polk sts . 



Shields av, from 43d to 45th sts . 



ORDINANCES— RE PEALmG. 

Page. 

Passed 1970 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 
Passed 2296 

St . Louis av. from Madison st. to Colorado av Passed 979 

jDef. and P... 2199 

"I Passed 2277 

Seventieth ct, from Webster av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R Passed 1830 

["Passed 1972 

I Vetoed 2097 

Seventieth st, from St. Lawrence to South Park avs ■{ Re-con 2099 

I S. & A., S. D. 2101 

'l^ Passed 2298 

Seventieth st, from State st. to Indiana av Def. and P. 2553 

Seventy-first st, from Wallace to Halsted sts 1 Passed 138 

[passed 1966 

I Vetoed 2097 

Seventy-second st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs -{ Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 

Passed 2297 

'Passed 1972 

Vetoed 2097 

Seventy-third st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs -! Re-con 2099 

S. &A., S. D. 2101 

Passed 2298 

f Passed 1975 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

1 S. & A.,N. D. 2101 

Reported 2224 

Passed 2308 

Sheldon st, from Madison to Washington sts '. Passed 1206 

Def. and Pub. 2199 

Passed 2276 

Passed 1973 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

Is. & A., S. D.. 2101 

Sixteenth st, from Ashland av. to Wood st. . : Passed 1831 

Sixtieth st, from Wood st. to Ashland av " 245 

Sixty-first st, from Wood st. to Ashland av , " 245 

Sixty-third st, from Ashland av. to Pittsfield St.. to plank " 185 

'Passed 1963 

Vetoed 2097 

Sixty-third st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs ■{ Re-con 2099 

S. «fe A., S. D.. 2101 

.Passed 2297 

Sixty-fourth st, from Grove pi. to State st Passed 1208 

Passed 1974 

Vetoed .2097 

Sixty-fifth st, from State st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R -j Ke-con 2099 

S. &A., S. D.. 2101 

Passed 2295 

Passed 1970 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D.. 2101 

, Passed 2.307 

j Def. and Pub. 2199 
I Passed 2276 



Sixty -ninth st, from S. Park to Anthony avs. 



South Park av, from 87th to 91st sts. 



INDEX. 



CCXXV 



Stone st, from Goethe to Banks sts . 



Swan st, from Stewart av. to C, E. I. & P. R. R. 



Vernon av, from 69th to 73d sts. 



OEDINANCES— REEEALJNG. 

Improvements— Page. 

Station st, from Leavitt st. to Western av Passed 882 

Stave st, from Armitage to California avs " 530 

'Passed 1977 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., N. D. 2101 

Def . and Pub. 2271 

Passed 2354 

iFiled 2224 

Passed........ 1973 

Vetoed. 2097 

Re-con 2099 

LS. & A., S. D. 2101 

System of streets in "Calumet Heights," Jeffrey av., from 91st to 95th sts., etc Passed 1579 

System of streets, i. e., Flournoy, Lexington, Polk, Taylor and Forquer sts., from Cen- 
tral Park to Lawndale avs " 1831 

System of streets (30th ward), 51st ct., 53d St., 54th ct., Hickling av.. May, Aberdeen, 

Carpenter and Peoria sts " ' 1535 

Taylor st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs " 1831 

Troy st, from 22d to 26th sts " 690 

Trumbull av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 1209 

Twenty-third st, from St. Louis to Central Park avs " 1581 

Twenty-fifth st, from Clifton Park to Crawford avs " 343 

Twenty-sixth st, from Lawndale to Hamlin avs " 343 

Van Buren st, from Kedzie to Central Park avs \ ?:.f^J^'' ^- ^- ^^^ 

(Filed 723 

Passed 1971 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 

Passed 2299 

Passed 1969 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. &A., S. D. 2101 
Passed 2300 

Passed 1972 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 
Passed 2299 

J Def. and Pub.. 2199 

(Passed 2278 

Waldo pi, from Desplaines to Halsted sts Passed 1268 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollock sts .Filed 1351 

Wood st, from 59th to 61st sts Passed 246 

Woodside av, from Addison st. to Lincoln av " 1580 

Lamp Posts- 
California av, from FuUerton av. to Humboldt blvd Passed 1217 

. , , „ ^-r XT, ^ ^^ -u 1 j Def. and Pub. 2353 

Commercial st, from North av. to Clybourn pi < , 

Fletcher st, from Racine to Ashland avs Passed 397 

3 Def. and Pub. 2352 
(Passed 2556 

Hirsch st, from Leavitt st. to California av Passed 2217 

jjud 944 

( Reported 1019 

Kedzie av, from 22d to 31st sts Passed 186 

J Def. and Pub. 2352 
(Passed 2556 

Lincoln st, from Huron to Erie sts Passed 1651 

North av, from Monticello to Columbia avs., connections Def. and Pub. 2553 



Vincennes av, from Anthony av. to 73d st. 



Vincennes av, from 63d st. to S. Chicago av. 



Wabash av, from 63d to 73d sts. 



Forty-eighth st. (W), from Lake st. to Chicago av. 



Iron posts, for gasoline lighting. 



Kinzie st, from 46th st. to Robiason av. 



CCXXVI 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES-REPEALING. 

Page. 
jDef. and Pub. 2352 

' ■ I Passed 2556 

Sulzer st, from Sheffield av. to Halsted st Passed 1216 

Union av, from 71st to 73d sts " 1216 

fPassed 1981 



Lamp Posts- 
Randolph st, from 46th to 48th sts. (West). 



Vincennes av, from 39th to 47th sts. 



^ 



Vetoed 2097 



Re-con 2099 

Is. & A., S. D. 2101 
Opening- 
Alley, Block 5, Cleaverville, repealing part of ord Passed 2361 

Alley, Block 11, Skinner & Judd's Sub " 19 

Alley bet. 43d and 44th sts., St. Lawrence and Champlain avs " 20 

Alley bet. Francisco st. and Sacramento av., Lexington and Flournoy sts " 1427 

Alley from Langley to Cottage Grove avs., Oakwood blvd. and 40th st., repealing part 

of ord " 2361 

Alley bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., Kinzie st. and Austin av ■< p " ' " 

Alley from Schiller st. south 145 feet. bet. State and Dearborn sts Passed 1655 

1346 

1594 

1465 

389 

1217 

1426 

701 

735 



Alley bet. 75th and 76th sts. , Bond and Coles avs 

Augusta st, from Central Park av. to Grand av 

Blanchard av, from 55th to 63d sts 

California av. across C . «fe N. W. R. R. right of way 

Clarkson ct, from Lake to Fulton sts 

Emerald av., bet. 64th and 65 sts 

Fifty-fourth st, from Union av. to Halsted St., Warrant 15250, for refund of . . . 

Fifty-sixth st, from Halsted to Wallace sts , 



Sacramento av, across C. & N. W. R. R. right of way 



I Vetoed, re-con. and lost 765 
Hazel st, from Sulzer st. to Lawrence av Passed 1843 

, . ,TT ^ . is. &A., W. D. 127 

Leavitt st, from Milwaukee to Wabansia avs < ^jig^j 005 

Madison ct, from Jackson Park terrace to 66th st Passed 1101 

Oakdale av, from Clark to Halsted sts *' 136 

One Hundred and Seventh st, from Union to State sts " 1302 

St. Clair st, from Superior st. to north line Lot 11, Assessor's Div., Block 20, C. T. Sub., 

Sec. 20, 39, 14 " 388 

I S. & A., W. D. 387 

Filed 546 

Def. and P.... 1900 

Passed 2001 

Vetoed 2097 

Sacramento av, from 22d to 26th sts -{ Re-con 2099 

S. & A., W. D. 2101 
Def. and P.... 2353 

Passed 2558 

Seventy-fourth st, from Jeffrey av. to west line Blocks 12 and 13, Clark's Sub. ^ Passed 299 

701 

1297 

• 1101 

1465 

388 

1346 

.... 1985 

Vetoed 2097 

- Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D.. 2101 

[passed 2306 

Wright st, from 72d to 74th sts Passed 2203 

Opening and extending Lake View av, from St. James pi. to Fullerton av " 1883 

Opening and widening Sacramento av, from 22d to 26th sts., see "opening" 

Opening and widening Wabash av, from 51st to 63d sts " 387 

Private Drains — 

Adelaide ct, from Fairmount av. to W. 42d st Passed 1096 



Sherman st, from 53d to 55th sts ; 

Sixtieth st, from State st. to Wentworth av 

Sixty-seventh st, from Loomis st. to Ashland av 

Streets on east and west center line Sec. 9, 40, 13, bet. Milwaukee av. and Lewis st. . . 

Thirtieth st, from Hanover st. to Stewart av. 

Thirty-fourth st, from Union av. to Butler st 

' Passed 



Wabash av, from 107th to 109th sts. 



INDEX. 



CCXXVll 



Private Drains- 



ORDINANCES-REPEALIKG. 



Page. 



Bishop St. from 49th to 63d sts. 



Chfton St, from Kellogg to Crawford avs. 



Commercial av, from Lincoln to Graceland avs. 



] Passed . 



Ashland av, from N. 59th st. to Cl^remont av Passed 1101 

Balmoral av, from Clark st. to East Ravenswood Park " 1099 

Bernice av, from Robey St. to C. & N. W. R. R " 1652 

fS. &A., S. D.. 702 

Reported 905 

Def . and Pub. 1900 

Passed 2001 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

,S. & A., S. D.. 2101 

Byron st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R i ^^^ • ^^^d. Pub. 2272 

... 2356 
1096 

'Passed 1981 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 8099 

S. & A., N. D. 2101 

Reported 2228 

Passed 2311 

Commercial st. from Lincoln to Graceland avs i ^®^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^S 

( J Passed 2558 

Eaet Ravenswood Park, from N. 59th st. to Claremont av Passed' 1100 

Faye st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R J ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- 2272 

„ ,. , ] Passed 2356 

Ferdinand st, from Armour to Noble sts Passed 79 

Flournoy st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs i ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- 2199 

] Passed 2282 

Forquer st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs Passed 1178 

Jan Huss st, from Chicago av. to Kinzie st " jgyj 

Laflin st, from 49th to 63d sts j S. & A., S. D . . 702 

( Reported 905 

Lexington av, from Central Park to Lawndale avs \ '^^^- and Pub. 2199 

(Passed 2284 

Loomis st, from 55th to 63d sts " ". J S. & A., S. D. 703 

( Reported 904 

May st, from 55th to 59th sts J I>ef. and Pub. 2199 

f Passed 2284 

" 1098 

" 1269 

Passed 1981 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

I 8. & A.,N. D. 2101 

I Reported 2227 

[Passed 2311 

Pearl st, from Kellogg to Crawford avs Passed 1097 

Pine st, from Ashland av. to E. Ravenswood Park '« 1098 

Polk st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs 3 ^^^- ^^^ Pub. 2199 

I Passed 2283 

Prairie av, from 57th to 61st sts ; Passed 1095 

Rosebud av, from Bloomingdale rd. to Western av " 30^ 

fDef. and Pub. 1900 
j Passed 1981 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to Halsted st J ^^^^^^ 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 

I Passed 2303 

Sixty-first st, from Ashland av. to Wood st Passed 569 

Sixty-eighth st, from State st. to Wentworth av , '. jgr, 

Summerdale av, from Clark st. to E. Ravenswood Park " jQgg 

Taylor st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs j ^^^ • and Pub . 2199 

Passed 2283 



North 59th st, from Clark st. to E. Ravenswood Park. 
Ogden av, from Crawford av. to 46th st 



Paulina st, from Roscoe st. to Berteau av. 



rl 



CCXXVIEI " INDEX. 

ORDINANCES-REPEALING. 

Private Drains— Page. 

Thirty-seventh st, from Ashland to Western avs Passed 532 

Twenty-iiftli st, from Kellogg to Crawford avs " 1096 

Walnut St, from Clark st. to East Ravenswood Park " 1097 

Wolfram st, from Peny st. to Ashland av " 397 

Wright st, from North 59th st. to Claremont aV " HOO 

Railroads, tracks on Ashland av., bet. Chicago & Alton R. R. and 32d st., repealing order 

for removal of " ^^^O 

Roadway, Irving Park blvd., from Jefferson av. to the river, repealing Sec. 5 of the 

ord. of January 8, 1894. S. «& A., W. D. 1550 

Sewers— 

Addison st, from North Branch Chicago River to Western av • Passed 1832 

jDef. and Pub.. 1900 

I Passed 1997 

Alley south of 55th st, from Loomis st. to Ashland av ■{ Vetoed 2097 

' Re-con 2099 

S. & A„ S. D.. 2101 

Cross st, from Hamson st. to alley south of Colorado av • Passed 1179 

East Ravenswood Park, from Addison st. to Graceland av " 1653 

East Ravenswood Park, from alley south of Church rd. to alley south of Ridge av. . . . " 882 

Fai-well av, from 63d to 67th sts " 1270 

[Def. and Pub.. 1900 

I Passed 1997 

Fifty-seventh st, from Centre to Ashland avs -! Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

I S. & A., S. D.. 2101 
f Def. and Pub.. 1900 
I Passed 1997 

Fifty-eighth st, from Centre to Ashland avs { Vetoed 2097 

I Re-con 2099 

[s. & A., S. D.. 2101 

Forty-fifth st, from Ashland av. to Wood st Passed 1094 

Garfield blvd, from State st . to South Park av., north driveway " 1178 

Indiana av, Blue Island rd., 123d St., 116th St., 115th St., etc " 1303 

Marshfield av, from 43d to 44th sts .^ -^ " ^^ 

Prairie av, from 67th to 75th sts " 1095 

Sixty-first st, from Ashland av. to Wood st " 570 

r Passed 1982 

I Vetoed 2097 

Southport av, from Hayes to Homan avs ^ Re-con 2099 

S. & A., N. D.. 2101 

[Filed 2224 

f Passed 1982 

J Vetoed 2097 

Twenty-fourth st, from Crawford to Hamlin avs i Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., W. D. 2101 

r Passed 1983 

J Vetoed 2097 

Twenty-fifth st, from Crawford to Hamlm avs • i Re-con 2099 

LS. & A., W. D. 2101 

Wabash av, from 14th to 16th sts., east side Passed 1197 

Warner av, from North Branch of river to Jefferson av '' 883 

Western av, from Roscoe st. to Belle Plaine av " 1832 

Sidewalks— 

Butler st, from 3.3d to 35th sts Passed 1-69 

r Passed 1978 

J Vetoed 2097 

California av, from 39th to 47th sts ^ Re-con 2099 

I S. & A., S. D. 2101 

Calumet av, from 51st to 55th sts. , Passed 1171 

JDef. and Pub. 2271 
Cottage Grove av, from 22d to 26th sts i pegged 2355 

"Cross st, from Lyman to 31st sts Passed 1215 



INDEX. 



CCXXIX 



Sidewalks— 



ordi:n^a:n^ces-repeali]s^g. 



Page. 



Dearborn av, from Illinois st. to Chicago av., stone Passed 1591 

Dearborn av, from Kinzie to Illinois sts 



Dearborn st, from 12th to 26th s4s. 



Def. and Pub.. 

Passed 

- Vetoed 

Re-con 

S. & A., S. D.. 

Division st, from Ashland to Drummond avs. (two ordinances) Passed 

Division st, from 40th to 46th sts. (West) ] | ] ^ 

Elston av, from Jefferson av. to Carpenter rd ; ' " 

Everett st, from Lexington to Greenwood avs i Passed . 



1590 

1900 
1995 
2097 
2099 
2101 

1170 

19 

1214 

342 

I Passed 932 

Everett st, from Woodlawn to Lexington avs Passed 931 

Ewing pi, from Robey to Leavitt sts , .'.*...,..,,.. " joik 

Def. and Pub. 1900 

Passed 1995 

■{ Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 

Fifty-first st, from Grand blvd. to Cottage Grove av., north side ! Passed 1591 

Fortieth st. from State st. to Armour av u^ 

Forty-fourth st, from Wood st. to Ashland av \\[][ 

Forty-fifth st, from Wood st. to Ashland av., north side 1 ] ] ' ] »> 

Forty-seventh st, from Lincoln st. to Kedzie av ; ' u 

Frank st, from Diversey to Surf sts 

George st, from Ashland av. to Perry st ' i^ 

Grace st, from Southport av. to Clark st * u 



Fifteenth st, from State to Clark sts. 



" 1169 

" 1168 

" 1169 

" 1167 

" 1167 

" 1651 

" 1589 

Passed 1979 

_ , Vetoed 2097 

Homan av, from 66th to 67th sts \ Re-con 2099 

S. &A.,S. D. 2101 
Passed 2306 

Indiana av, from 13th to 26th sts , i ^^^ ■ and Pub. 2199 

I Passed 2282 

] Passed ;:. 1973 

^ ,, Vetoed 2097 

Jeffrey av, from 75th to 77th sts Ue-con 2090 

I S. & A.,S. D. 2101 

[Passed 2-304 

r Passed 1977 

.Kedzie av, from 49th to 63d sts . , east side J "Vetoed 2097 

I Re-con 2099 

^. . „ ts. & A., S. D. 2101 
Kmzie st, from Wells to State sts Passed in 

La Salle st, from 60th to 61st sts i ^^^- and Pub. 2272 

] Passed 2-355 



Passed. 



Logan av, from 87th to 90th sts. 



. . . 1977 

Lincohi av, from Clay st. to Washington av. , west side \ Vetoed 2097 

I Re-con 2099 

Is. &A., W. D. 2101 

T . ^ ^ -.^ „ Passed 342 

Loomis st, from Van Buren to Polk sts Def. and Pub 2553 

Def. and Pub. 1900 

Passed 1993 

Monroe st, from Kedzie to Homan avs ^ Vetoed 2097 

I Re-con 2099 

^S. & A., W. D. 2101 

North av, from Ashland to Western avs., south side Passed 1170 

Otto st, from Halsted to Clark sts ['" u ^ g 

Park av, from HamUn to Crawford avs 4^ 



ccxxx 



INDEX. 
ORDINANCES-EEFEALING. 



Sidewalks- 



Palmer av, from 67th to 71st sts. 



i 



Page. 
[Def. and Pub. 1900 

[Passed 1996 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 
LPassed 2303 

Paulina st, bet. Noble and Nelson sts., east side Filed 397 

Prescott St, from Crawford to Irving avs Passed 1589 

("Passed 1979 

, ., Vetoed 2097 

Prescott St, from Crawford to St. Charles avs., south side i Re-con 2099 

IS. & A., W. D. 2101 

Prescott St, from Syracuse av. one block east, south side Passed 1268 

Def. and Pub. 1900 



Passed . 



. . . 1996 

Ridgeland av, from North av. to C, M. & St. P. R. R -! Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

,S. & A., W. D. 2101 

Seeley av, from Madison to Van Buren sts Passed 1094 

J Def. and Pub. 2199 
Seminary av, from Maud av. to Center st i passed 2281 

Seventeenth st, from Wood st. to Hoyne av. Passed 341 

Passed 1980 

Vetoed 2097 

Seventy-second st, from Yates to Railroad avs., north side -! Re-con 2099 

S. &A., S. D.. 2101 

, Passed 2305 

Passed 1980 

Vetoed 2097 

Seventy-third st, from Yates to Bissell avs. , south side -I Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D.. 2101 
^ Passed 2305 

Seventy-fourth st, from Yates to Jeffrey avs. , south side Passed 1590 

fPassed 1979 

I Vetoed 2097 

Sixty-third st, from Halsted st. to Ashland av -! Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D.. 2101 

, Passed 2.304 

Sixty-sixth st, from Webb st. to Kedzie av., north side Passed 341 

South Park av, from 74th to 75th sts ''^ "J'4'J' 

Stonv Island av, from 67th to 68th sts., east side • " 1^15 

j Def. and Pub. 23.52 
Taylor st, from California to Kedzie avs., south side -j passed 2555 

( j)gf and Pub. 2199 
Thirty-second st, from Clark st. to Portland av •\ p^gggjj " 2'^81 

Thirty-sixth pi, from Vincennes to Rhodes avs . , north side Passed 1094 

J Def. and Pub. 2199 
Twenty-first st, from State st. to I. C R. R -j passed 2282 

Twenty-fourth st, from Fairmont to Crawford avs Passed 1302 

Washington st, from Hamlin to Crawford avs " 493 

Western av, from Lincoln av. to third street north of 59th st " 1214 

fJud 261 

Special assessments, repealing ord. of July 21, 1892, amending Sec. 1053, M. C.j Reported 500 



(with sundry reports, etc.). 



Passed .547 



Water mains in Diversey av, from Clybourn av. to North Branch of the River Passed 1594 

Water mains in Yates av, from 71st to 75th sts " H'J'l 

Water Sevice and Water Supply Pipes- 
Adelaide ct, from Fairmont av. to W. 42d st 



lOC^J 



INDEX. 



CCXXXI 



ORDIN^ANCES— EEPEALING. 

Water Service and Water Supply Pipes- 



Byron av, from C & N. W. R. R. to Robey st. 



Byron st, from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R. 



Page. 

'Passed 1985 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2^99 

S. & A., N. D.. 2101 
Reported 2229 

(.Passed 2313 

Def. and Pub.. 2200 
Passed 2287 



■Clark av, from 91st to 95th sts . 



{ Def. and Pub.. 1900 

I Passed 1998 

Central Park av, from Chicago to North avs -| Vetoed 2097 

I Re-con 2099 

[s. & A., W. D. 2101 

Central Park av, from Lake to Ohio sts : Passed 1174 

Central Park blvd, from Central Park to Meade avs., north side " 979 

Charlton av, from Grand to Devon avs " 1173 

TDef. and Pub.. 1900 

Passed 1999 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 

LPassed 2.303 

Def. and Pub. 1900 

Passed 1998 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D.. 21*01 
LPassed 2302 

! Passed 1983 

Vetoed 2097 

Commercial av, from Lincoln to Berteau avs -| ^^"Oon ^099 

I S. & A., N. D. 2101 

I Reported 2229 

LPassed 2313 

Crawford av, from 24th to 28th sts Passed 1592 

Division st, from Kedzie to Robinson avs " 1174 

Euclid av, from Grand to Devon avs '• 1172 

Evanston av, from Grand to Devon avs " 1173 

J Def. and Pub. 2272 

I Passed 2357 

Fischer av, from Grand to Devon avs Passed 1172 

Def. and Pub. 2200 



Cloud ct, from 91st st. to C. & W. I. R. R. 



Faye st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R. 



Flournoy st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs. 



Passed 2286 



Garwin st, from 91st to 95th sts. 



Def. and Pub.. 1900 

I Passed 2000 

J Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., S. D. 2101 

Passed 2302 

Genesee av, from Colorado av. to Harrison st Passed 1177 

r Passed 1984 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2^99 

S. & A., N. D 2101 
Def. and Pub. 2200 

Reported 2229 

LPassed.... 2287-2312 



Grace st, from Clark st. to Lincoln av. 



CCXXXll 



INDEX. 



ORDIKANCES— REPEALING. 



Water Service and Water Supply Pipes- 



Gross av, from 91st to 95th sts. 



Page. 
fDef. andPub.. 1900 

' Passed 1999 

V^etoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A.,K D. 2101 

Passed 2300 

Grove pi, from 64th to 65th sts ! Passed 1176 

Irving av, from 13th to 14th sts " 1591 

Jeffrey av, from 91st to 95th sts " 1653 

Juniata av, from 91st to 93d sts " 1654 

Laflin st, from 47th to 63d sts Filed 906 

Langley av, from 87th to 91st sts , Passed 1174 

Lav^ndale av, from Harrison to Taylor sts " 1177 

jDef. and Pub. 2200 

I Passed 2285 

Lincoln av, from 63d to 65th sts ... ! Passed 1176 



Lexington st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs . 



Loomis st, from 47th to 63d sts. 



Luella av, from 91st. to C. & W. I. R. R 

Michigan av, from 99th to 107th sts 

Minnehaha av, from 91st to 92d sts 

Minnehaha av, from 93d to C. & W. I. R. R. . . . 

Ninety-first st, from Juniata to Jeffrey avs 

Ninety-second st, from Juniata to Jeffrey avs. 

Ninety -fifth st, from Juniata to Jeffrey avs 

Ogden av, from 42d to 46th sts 



Paulina st, from Roscoe st. to Berteau av. 



j Passed 702 

(Reported 905 

Passed 967 

" 1593 

" 967 

" 968 

" 1654 

" 1653 

" 1653 

" 1426 

fPassed 198a 

Vetoed 2097 

Re-con 2099 

S. & A., N. D. 2101 

Reported 2228 

Passed 2-312 



\ 



Paxton av, from 71st to 75th sts - 



.1^ Passed 

I Vetoed 

Paxton av, from 67th to 71sts ' ^ Re-con 

S. & A., S. D. 
Passed 

Passed 

Vetoed 

Re-con 

S. & A., S. D. 

Passed 

Pearl st, from Kellogg to Crawford avs Passed 

Perry st, from Diversey st. to Wrightwood av " 

Polk st, from Central Park to Law^ndale avs -<„ ' , 

Rupp av, from 91st st. to C. & W. I. R. R -j p^gg^^j 

Seventy -first st, from Wallace to Halsted sts Passed 

Sixty-third st, from Ashland av. to Pittsfield st " 

Sixty-fourth st, from Grove pi. to State st 

Sixty -fourth st, from Woodlawn to Stony Island avs 

South Normal Parkway, from C, R. I. & P. R. R. to Wright st 

South Park av, from 87th to 91st sts " 

State st, from 112th to 113th sts 

Taylor st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs — ■< p„j,^p(| 

Twenty-fourth st, from 41st st. to Crawford av Passed 

Twenty-fifth st, from Kellogg to Crawford avs " 

Water taxes, all ordinances, orders, etc., authorizing exemptions from Reported 



1985 
2097 
209» 
2101 
2301 

1984 
2097 
2099 
2101 
2300 
1062 
147 
2200 
2285 

1535 

1592 

298 

298 

1177 

1175 

932 

1175 

1593 

2200 
2286 

1063 
1063 
2130 



INDEX. 



CCXXXlll 



ORDIiS^ANCES- REPEALING. 

Widen— Page. 

Chicago Elver, South Branch, east and west of Canal st <. Passed 1833 

Indiana av, from Garfield hlvd. to 56th st " 122 

fS. &A.,W. D. 647 
Van Buren st, fi-om Homan av. to Cross st -! Reported 723 

[Passed 758 

Twenty-fifth st, from St. Louis to Homan avs Passed 1218 



ORDINANCES— SEWEKS. 



Along half section line of Sec. 14, 37, 14, from Lake Calumet to 103d st., and from lf^3d st., 

produced, to State St., storm water sewers Passed 1829 

1264 

1828 

561 

1989 

1462 

1955 

682 

386 

181 

Def. and Pub.. 1872 

Passed 1989 

Bracket st Passed 562 



Aberdeen st, from 57th to 59th sts 

Aberdeen st, from 65th to 67th sts 

Adams av, from 68th to 69th sts 

Albion av, from Lake Michigan to C. & E. R. R 

Alley south of Garfield blvd, from Ashland av. to Loomis st. 

Alley west of Grand blvd, from 43d to 44th sts 

Avers av, from 22d st. to C, B. & Q. R. R 

Avondale av, from Wallace st. to California av 

Balmoral av, from Robey st. to West Ravenswood Park 



Bond av, from 71st to 75th sts. 



Bronson st, from Centi'e av. to Laflin st . 



Centre av, from 63d to 70th sts . 



3 Def. and Pub.. 1872 
I Passed 1990 

Carpenter st, from 65th to 67th sts Passed 1264 

Def. and Pub.. 2271 
Passed 2354 

Central Park blvd, south side Passed 1166 

Central Park blvd, from St. Louis av. to 187 feet west of Kedzie av. and to 305 feet east of 
Albany av 

Chase ct, from Coulter st. south 312 feet 

Colorado av, from Crawford av. to 306 feet northeast 

Colorado av, from Douglas Park blvd. to Harrison st 

Columbia av, from Lake Michigan to C. & E. R. R 

Concord st, from Union av. to alley east of Morgan st 

Cottage Grove av, from 63d st . to alley south of 60th st., east side 

Crawford av, from Armitage to FuUerton avs 

Crawford av, from Diversey st. to 665 feet north of Carroll st 

Crawford av, from Division st. to Grand av 

Crawford av, from North to Armitage avs 

Crawford av, from North av. to alley north of Grand av 

Cregier av, from 73d to 74th sts 

Crescent pi, from Halsted st. to Evanston av 

Cromwell st, from FuUerton to Milwaukee avs 

Douglas Park blvd, across the boulevard and in west side thereof • 

Douglas Park blvd, bet. 12th st. and alley north of Harrison st 

Drummond av, from Augusta st. to alley north of Grand av 

East Ravenswood Park, from Addison st. to Graceland av 

Edbrooke pi, from Perry av. to alley west of Powell av 

Erie av, from 9-^d st. to South Chicago av 

Escanaba av, from 87th to 89th sts 

Evanston av. (Sheridan Drive), from Pi-att to Hayes avs .^ 

Evanston av. (Sheridan Drive), from Pratt to Morse avs — 

Farwell av, from Lake Michigan to Southport av 

Farwell av, from 63d to 67th sts 

Fifteenth st, from Robey to Lincoln sts 

Fifty-first st, from Wood to Leavitt sts 



1061 

1262 

1263 

1-^64 

1989 

1828 

782 

964 

561 

964 

963 

879 

1955 

1343 

879 

1061 

1061 

1263 

1344 

16 

782 

1955 

1989 

1989 

1989 

1204 

683 

1262 



CCXXXIV 



INDEX. 



Foster st, from Lincoln av. to 542 feet west. 



ORDINANCES-SEWERS. 

Page. 

Fifty-sixth st, from Ashland to Centre avs Passed 1828 

Fifty-sixth st, from South Park av. to 150 feet east of Indiana av " 180 

Fifty-seventh st, from Ashland av. to Loomis st " 1412 

Fifty-eig'hth st, from Asliland to Centre avs " 1452 

Fletcher av, from Wood st. to 171 feet east of Paulina st \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

I Passed 2354 

Flournoy st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs Passed 684 

Forest av, from Diversey st. to Franklin av *' 561 

Forquer st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs " 782 

Forty-first St. (West), from Eandolph St. to alley south of Park av " 1264 

Forty-fourth st, from Calumet av. to alley west of Grand blvd " 1955 

Forty-fifth st, 47th, 48th (West), 12th, Madison sts., Jefferson, Grand and Fullerton avs. . . . " 386 

Forty-sixth st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs " 180 

Forty-seventh st, from Cottage Grove av. to alley west of Drexel blvd " 560 

Def. and Pub. 2271 

Passed 2354 

Fourth av, from 95th to 97th sts ' Passed 1092 

879 

832 

1828 

1956 

879 

561 

683 

1263 

1827 

1827 

782 

1412 

1265 

635 

1265 

16 

16 

1828 

561 

181 
386 

1263 

1827 
1412 

682 

880 
1343 
1264 

561 

16 

1827 

180 
1989 



Gardner av, from California av. to Francisco st 

Goodwin st, from Central Park to Homan avs 

Graceland av, from North Branch of river to Leavitt st 

Green st, from 71st to 75th sts 

Hammond av, from Diversey st. to Logan sq 

Hartwell st, Brackett st. and Michigan av 

Henry st, from Talman av. east 132 feet 

Herndon st, from Byi*on to Grace sts 

Herndon st, from Wrightwood av. north 510 feet, east side 

Herndon st, from Wrightwood av. north 510 feet, west side 

Homan av, from North to Dickey avs 

Huck av, from Lawrence to Clay avs 

Humboldt av, from Seymour to Kockwell sts 

Humboldt av, from Seymour st. to Western av , , , 

Huron st, from Washtenaw av. to Eockwell sts 

Indiana st, from Avers to Springfield avs 

Indiana st, from Crawford to Harding avs 

Irving Park blvd, from North Branch of river to Leavitt st 

Jefferson av, from 68th to 69th sts 

Kedzie av, from Illinois and Michigan Canal to 87th st | 

Kings pi, from 25) feet east of Blucher st. to 16 feet east of the west line of South st 

Kinney av, from 71st to northern terminus .» 

Lawrence av, from Garfield av. to Leavitt st 

Lexington st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs 

Luella av, from 73d to 74th sts 

May st, from 40th to 41st sts 

May st, from 59th st to alley south of Garfield blvd 

Michigan av, from 67th to Brackett st 

Montrose blvd, from North Branch of the river to north and south center line Sec. 17, 40, 13 

Morgan st. from 65th to 67th sts , 

Morgan st, from 71st to 73d sts 

Morse av, from Lake Michigan to Southport av 

J Def. and Pub. 1872 

"I Passed 1990 

Nichols st Passed 1166 



Nelson st, from Western av. to alley west of Oakley av. 



Ninety -fifth st, from Halsted st. to C, St. L. & P. R. R 

North Fifty-ninth st, from Robey st. to W. Ravenswood Park. 

North Shore av, from Lake Michigan to C. & E. R. R 

Ohio st, from Crawford to Harding avs 

Palmer av, from 73d to 75th sts 



386 

181 

1989 

683 

1955 

JDef. and Pub.. 2271 

(Passed 23.54 

Pine st, from Robey st. to West Ravenswood Park Passed 181 

Polk st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs " 682 

Poplar av, from Archer av. to 29th st •. . . . " 781 



Paulina st, from Belmont to Fletcher avs . 



INDEX. 



ccxxxy 



state st, from 68th to 75th sts. 



OKDINAXCE^— SEWERS. 

Page. 

Rhodes av, from 71st to 73d sts Passed 180 

Eobey st, from Webster to Balmoral avs " 181 

Eockwell st, from Grand av. to Huron st " 1264 

Sacramento sq, south side ; " 1166 

Seventy-third st, from Morgan to Bishop sts " 684 

Seymour st, from Augusta st. to Humboldt ave " 635 

Sheridan st, from Armitage ave to Bloomingdale rd " 880 

Sherman st, from 39th to 43d sts " 1.343 

Sixty-fifth ct, from Honore st. to 100 feet west of Wright st " 1061 

State st, from 65th to 68th sts " 1989 

J Def. and Pub 1872 

I Passed 1989 

Summerdale av, from Robey st. to West Ravenswood Park Passed 181 

Sundry sts, 105th St., 107th st, 111th St., 113th St. and 115th st. (storm water sewers) '' 1829 

Sundry sts, Indiana av., 123d St., Blue Island rd. and 113th st., produced from the east 

(outfall sewer) " 1829 

Sundry sts, Indiana av., 116th St., Howard St., 115th st. and Indiana av., produced (infall 

sewer) " 1828 

Sundry streets in 28th ward " 1265 

Sundry streets in 34th ward, Mackinaw av., 83d st., etc " 1578 

Sundry streets in 34th ward, in connection with pumping works and receiving well at 83d 

St. and Green Bay av " 684 

Superior av, from 92d to 93d sts. and in 93d st. to 25 feet east of Ontario av " 964 

System of, in Augusta st. Harding, Jan Huss and Avers avs " 881 

' Def. and Pub.. 1899 

Passed 1989 

Harding, Jan Huss and Avers avs..". Passed 880 

" 880 

Def. and Pub. 1899 

Passed 1989 

System of, in Robey, North 59th., Pine and Walnut sts., Summerdale and Balmoral avs. . . Passed 181 

System of, in Rockwell, Seymour. Cornelia and Iowa sts " 781 

System of, in 23d, 24th and 25th sts.. Sawyer, Spaulding and Turner avs " 387 

Taylor st, from Central Park to Lawndale avs '* 682 

Def. and Pub. 2271 

^Passed 2354 

Thirty-third st, from Robey st. to C. & A. R. R ' Passed 880 

386 

683 

683 

563 

181 

1265 

1265 

1989 

1263 



System of, in Farwell,Evanston (or Sheridan Drive), Morse, Weber and Bryce avs. -< 

System of, in Hamlin av., 14th., 15th., 16th sts 

System of, in Lawndale, Ridgeway, Hamlin avs. and Cortland st 

System of, in North Shore, Evanston (or Sheridan Drive), Columbia and Albion avs 



Thirty-second st, from Auburn st. to Illinois av. 



Thirty-seventh st, from Gage to Laurel sts 

Twenty-fourth st, from Crawford to Hamlin avs 

Twenty-fifth st, from Crawford to Hamlin avs 

Wabash av, from 67th to Brackett sts 

Walnut st, from Robey st. to West Ravenswood Park. 

Washburne av, from Robey to Lincoln sts 

Washtenaw av, from Grand av. to Superior st 

Webber av, from Bryce to Morse avs. 

Wellington st, from Ashland av. to Wood st 



ORDINANCES-SIDEWALKS. 



Adams st, from Throop to Paulina sts., north side Passed 1056 



Adams st, from Throop to Paulina sts., south side 

Adams st, from Western av. to Rockwell st 

Albany av, from Washington blvd. to Lake st 

Archer av, from Clark to State sts 

Archer av, from Hart av. to 39th st., north side 

Armour av, from 16th to 22d sts 

Atlantic st, from 47th to 48th sts 

Austin av, from Diversey st. to FuUerton av., south side. 



1057 
470 
180 
920 

1087 
920 
681 
924 



i. 

rttfV 



CCXXXVl INDEX. 

ORDINANCES-SIDEWALKS. 

Austin av, from Noble st, to Western av Passed ^634 

Austin av, from Paulina st. to Western av " 732 

Avers av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av ./.............. " • 525 

Balmoral av. , from Ashland av. to Clark st. , north side '. . . . . . . . . . . . . ' ' 680 

Balmoral av, from East Ravens wood Park to Clark st. , south side . ^............ " 679 

Belle Plaine av, from Ashland av. to East Ravenswood Park !!..!.!.!.!." " 1053 

Belmont av, from Central Park to Kedzie avs., north side '......"..,... " 338 

Belmont av, from Holoomb to Lawrence avs '' 1^99 

Belmont av, from Milwaukee to Central Park avs. , north side !..!.!!!....."..!!!.".! " 338 

Belmont av, from Milwaukee to Kedzie avs. , south side " 296 

Belmont av, from Traoy av. to 105th st., west side ..^^ " 386 

Benzo st, from Elston av. to Lister st ...................'. " io.56 

Birchill st, from Diversey av. to Humboldt blvd 

Blanchard av, from 35th to 39th sts 

Blanchard av, from Smith av. to C. & A. R. R., west side ........./....... 

Blue Island av, from Hope st. to 50 feet south, west side " 733 

' Blue Island av, from Hope to Polk sts., west side " 1162 

Bonney av, from 26th to 29th sts " 1055 

Bross av, from Oakley to Western avs ....'..'..............'.".'. " 131 

Butler st, from 33d to 35th sts J '" 1055 

Butler st, from 36th to 37th sts 

California av, from Belmont av. to Melrose st 

Calumet av, from 37th to 38th sts., east side 



1055 

1087 

681 



1257 

1055 

1571 

680 

Calumet av, from 51st to 55th sts « J " ^^2 

1 " 33'j' 

Calumet av, from P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. to 68th st., east side " 1300 

Canal st, at southeast corner 17th st \ ^®f • ^^^ Pub. 1899 

^ ,^, • " I Passed 1987 

Canal st, from Lake to Van Buren sts Passed 872 

Carpenter st, from 89th to 91st sts i ^ef- and Pub. 2352 

I Passed 2554 

Carpenter st, from Madison to Washington sts Passed 15 

Caroline st, from Grand blvd. to Vincennes av., south side '. " 871 

CarroU av, from Ada st. to Ashland av " 960 

Center st, from Park av. to Washington st., north side " 522 

Champlain av, from 42d to 43d sts " 732 

Chicago av, from alley east of Clark st. to Lake Michigan " 871 

Chicago av, from Clark st. to alley east ^ [[[[[ " 872 

Chicago av, from 44th st. to C. & N. W. R. R., north side [................ '' 1162 

Chicago av, from St. Louis av. to 40th st " 523 

Clark st, from Chicago av. to Division st " 872 

Clark st, from 12th to 22d sts., east side " 921 

Claremont av, from Harrison to Van Buren sts ," 830 

Clifton st, from Delaware av. to 40th st " 924 

Co-logne st, from Main to Fuller sts .........'...'..'.' " 1002 

Columbia av, from Armitage to Humboldt avs., west side " 830 

Congress Park, from Van Buren to Harrison sts " 1525 

Congress st, from Wabash av. to alley east, south side " 468 

Cortland st, from Tripp to Keeney avs. " 1056 

Cottage Grove av, from 22d to 26th sts , " ' ' •' 922 

Coulter st, from Hoyne av. to Robey st " i056 

Cross st, from Lyman to 31st sts J " "^^l' 

/ " 1200 

Curtis av, from 106th to 110th sts 



" ij-gg 

Curtis st, ffom Madison to Lake sts " 841 

Daley st, from 35th to 36th sts., east side "... " 1571 

Daley st, from 35th to 36th sts., west side " 1524 

Davis st, from 63d to 67th sts • .' " ] [ " ^80 

Dearborn av, from Illinois st. to Chicago av " 872 

Dearborn av, from Kinzie to Illinois sts " 872 

Dearborn st, from 12th to 26th sts. " 921 

Dearborn st, from 47th to 55th sts " 1057 



INDEX. CUXXXYII 

OKDINANCES— SIDEWALKS. 

Page. 

Dearborn st, from 53d st. to Garfield blvd Passed 16 

Delaware av, from C, B. & Q, E. E. to 26th st " 933 

Desplaines st, from Monroe to Lake sts " 873 

Desplalnes st, from 100th to 101st sts., west side " 293 

Desplaines st, from 100th to 103d sts., east side " 294 

Desplaines st, from 102d to 103d sts., west side " 294 

Diversey av, from Kedzie to Maplewood avs " 385 

Division st, from Ashland to California avs " 1824 

Division st, from Ashland to Drummond avs '• 14 

Dreyer av, from 53d to 55th sts " 523 

Duncan av, from Eailroad av. to 77th st " 873 

East Kavenswood Park, from N. 59th st. to Webster av \ ^^^' ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

I Passed 2274 

East Eavenswood Park, from Sunnyside av. to Cosgrove st., east side Passed 14 

East Eavenswood Park, from Webster to Balmoral avs. , east side " 679 

Eberhart av, from 58th ct. to 59th st " 731 

Edgar st, from North av. to Clybourn pi " ] I6I 

Eighteenth st, from State st. to Calumet av " 923 

Eighteenth st, from State to Clark sts " 563 

Eighty-sixth st, from Buffalo to Green Bay avs., north side " 1003 

Elizabeth st, from 79th to 80th sts., west side " 1824 

Ellis av, from 71st st. to S. Chicago av ■, . . " 1640 

Elm st, from Vincennes rd, to E. Meridian St., north side " 330 

Elston av, fi'om Bradley to Sloan sts.. west side " 1.344 

Elston av, from Snow to Diversey sts " 633 

Escanaba av, from 93d to 95th sts " 2107 

Eugenia ct, from Eugenia to Menominee sts " 733 

Evans av, from 44th to 45th sts " 729 

Evergreen av, from Milwaukee av. to Park st., west side " 295 

Ewing av, from 100th to 106th sts " 1200 

Ewing pi, from Eobey to Leavitt sts " 296 

Ewing st, from 101st to 102d sts " 780 

Exchange av, from South Chicago to Anthony avs " 2107 

Fairmount av, from 26th st. to Ogden av., west side " 923 

Fall st, from Lake st. to Warren av., east side " 781 

Fifteenth st, 7rom Clark to State sts " 920 

Fiftieth st, from Cottage Grove av. to Drexel blvd " 295 

Fiftieth st, from Western to Blanchard avs " 829 

Fifty-first st, from Blanchard to Kedzie avs " 178 

Fifty-first st, from Homan to Genesee avs., north side * " 177 

Fifty-first st, from Kedzie to Spaulding avs., north side " 179 

Fifty-first st, from Wallace st. to Ashland av " 1058 

T^-** j-i,-ji.i!-r^i^T^.L^j i Def. and Pub.. 2553 

Fifty-third st, from Drexel to East End avs •< , 

Fifty-third st, from Halsted to Wallace sts .• Passed 1057 

Fifty-third st, from Lexington to Drexel avs '• 731 

Fifty-fourth st, from Ellis to Woodlawn avs " 1458 

Fifty-fourth pi, from Lake to Jefferson avs., south side " 1358 

Fifty-fifth st, from Lake to Washington avs., north side -< ,, „ „ 

Fifty-seventh st, from State st. to Wentworth av " 1459 

Fifty-eighth ct, from Eberhart to Central Park avs " 731 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wabash to Michigan avs., north side " 15 

Fifty-ninth st, from Ashland av. to State st " 1057 

Fifty-ninth st, from Halsted st. to Centre av " 959 

Fisk st, from Springer to Musprat sts " 1087 

Forrestville av, from 45th to 46th sts " 1257 

Fourteenth st, from Leavitt to Lincoln sts " 523 

Fourteenth st, from State st. to Michigan av , " 469 

Fourteenth st, from State st. to Wabash av , " 384 

Fortieth st, from Prairie av. to alley bet. Prairie and Calumet avs., south side " 873 

Fortieth st, from Colorado to Lexington avs " 1408 

Fortieth st. (West), from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 523 



CUXXXVIII 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES-SIDEWALKS. 

Page. 

Fortieth st. (West), from lith to 16th sts., west side Passed 924 

Forty-first st, from (Jrand blvd. to Vincennes av " 733 

Forty-first st. (West), from ()«deii av. to C, B. & Q. R. R., west side [ " 236 

Forty-first st. (West), from 2Ctli st. to alley bet. Pearl and 25th sts., west side .' " 729 

Forty-first st. (West), from 26th to Pearl sts ' " 739 

Forty-second pi, from Vincennes to St. Lawrence avs Def . and Pub 2552 

Forty-second st, from Michigan av. to State st i ^^^- ^"^ ^^^- • ^^^^ 

} Passed 2554 

Fifty-second st. (West), from 26th st. to alley bet. Pearl and 26th sts, west side. ........... Passed 923 

Forty-third st, from Jackson to Gladys sts , " 959 

Forty-fom-th st, from Lake to Greenwood avs " C32 

Forty-fourth st, from Langley to Champlain avs., south side '' 960 

Forty-eighth st. (West), from Madison to Jackson sts " 73O 

Francisco st, from Madison to Kinzie sts *' 959 

Oarfield av, from Lawrence to Clay sts " 459 

Oladys av, from 43d st. (West) to alley east '^ 830 

Orace st, from Ashland av. to Clark sts " IO54 

Grace st, from Clark st. to Southport av " §73 

Grant av, from 29th st. to C. A. R. R " 873 

Orant av, from Wabansia av. , north 250 feet, west side " 1571 

Grant pi, from Huck av. to Robey st " 459 

Gross av, from Edwards to Eastman avs., west side " 874 

Haines ct, from Lyman st. to Archer av t' lOOl 

Hamlin av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 534 

Harding av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 533 

Harding av, from Lake to Kinzie sts " 74 

Harrison st, from 41st to 42d sts., north side " IO54 

Harvard st, from 75th street to 133 feet south of 74th st., west side " 1258 

Hastings st, from Lincoln to Robey sts " 730 

Hickory st, from Main to Cologne sts -) " ^^^ 

\ " 1087 

Hoffmann av, from Maplewood to Elston avs " 335 

Homan av, from Centre to Gardner avs " 296 

Honore st, from 63d to 67th sts " logs 

Hope st, from Blue Island av. to alley west, south side " 733 

Houston av, from 82d to 83d sts " 1059 

Hoyne av, from 63d to 67th sts " 1088 

Huck av, from Lawrence to Clay st " 459 

Humboldt av, from Columbia av. to C. & N. W. R. R., north side \ ^^^' ^^^ ^^^- ^*^^ 

] Passed 2353 

Humboldt av, from North to Armitage avs Passed 525 

Huron st, from St. Louis av. to 40th st " 525 

Hunting av, from Everett st. to C. & N. W. R. R " 874 

Hunting av, from Irving Park blvd to Northwestern Railroad, west side Def. and Pub. 2552 

Irving Park blvd, from Western to Kedzie avs. , north side Passed 828 

Indiana av, from 12th to 13th sts., west side " 874 

Indiana av, from 1.3th to 26th sts " 922 

Indiana av, from 62d to 63d sts " 1058 

Indiana av, from 67th to 69th sts .* " 1299 

Indiana av, from 69th to 71st sts , " 1300 

Indiana av, from 103d st. to Calumet River <■' 829 

Indiana st, from Paulina st. to Western av " 925 

Indiana st, from St. Louis av. to 40th st " 524 

Iowa st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av Def. and. Pub. 2552 

Jackson av, from Clark st. to Forest av Passed 829 

Jackson st, from Canal to Halsted sts '' 562 

James av, from Laural to Benson sts " io56 

Jefferson st, from Lake to Van Buren sts " 874 

Jefferson st, from 100th to 101st sts., west side " 294 

Jefferson st, from 100th to 103d sts., east side " 294 

Kedzie av, from Archer av. to 49th st., west side " 1200 

Kedzie av, from Elston to Warner avs., east side " 1258 

Kedzie av, from 47th to 5ist sts., east side " 12OO 



INDEX. 



CCXXXIX 



. ORDINANCES— SIDEWALKS. 

Page, 

Kedzie av, from Lake st. to Chicago av Passed 116^ 

Kedzie av, from Lake st. to Chicago av Vetoed, Re-con. and S. A., W. D. 1195- 

Kedzie av, bet. Lake st. and Chicago av Filed 1 35^ 

Kedzie av, from Madison st. to Chicago av " ggo 

Kedzie av, from 19th st. to C, B. & Q. R. R., west side " logr 

Kedzie av, from North av. to Pahner sq u ^^r^ 

Kenmore av, from Lawrence av. to Montrose blvd " 731 

Kimball av, from Fullerton to Humboldt avs " 125g, 

Kimbark av, from 51st to 52d sts., east side " ^32- 

Kimbark av, from 54th to 55th sts j Def. and Pub. 2352 

\ Passed 2554 

Kimbark av, from 100 feet south of 55th st. to 57th st., east side Passed 164a 

Lake st, from Hamlin av to 40th st., south side " 

La Salle av, from Division to Clark sts " 

La Salle st, from Garfield blvd. to Cloud st " 

La Salle st, from 55th st. to south terminus " 

Laurel av, from Belmont av. to Melrose st., west side '• 

Lawndale av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 

Lawndale av, from 26th to 28th sts., north side J ^^^- ^^^ P"^- 187^ 

/ Passed 1987 

Lawrence av, from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R., north side Passed 830 

Lexington av, from 66th to 67th sts., east side 

Leavitt st, from 63d to 67th sts., east side ' 

Lill av, from Sheffield to Racine avs , ' 

Lime st, from Archer av. to 27th st 

Lincoln av, from Berteau av, to Montrose blvd ' 

Lincoln st, from Lake to Van Buren st ' 

Lincoln st, from 63d to 67th sts , ' 

Linden av, from Selwyn to Park avs., southwest side ' 

Logan st, from Hickory st. to C. & A. R. R ' 

Loomis st, from Van Buren to Polk sts J Passed — 

'" I Def. and Pub. 2552^ 

McAlpine st, from 35th st. to Bross av \ ^®^- ^^^ ^^b. 2198 

(Passed 2274 

Mackinaw av, from 87th to 92d sts Passed 15 

Madison st, from Paulina to Rockwell sts " 3334 

Madison av, from 60th to 63d sts J ^^^ • ^"^^ Pub. 1872^ 

Passed 1988 

Main st, from Archer av. to Chicago River Passed 1054 

Maplewood av, from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd \ ^^^- ^'^^ P^^- ^^^S- 

I Passed 2275^ 

Mather st, from Halsted to Desplaines sts Passed 780' 

Milwaukee av, from Depot to N. 59th sts., northeast side " J459 

Milwaukee av, from Elderkin to Clark sts., northeast side " 1253 

Milwaukee av, from Lake st. to Western avs Filed. . 

Milwaukee av, from Logan square to Jefferson av Passed 

Milwaukee av, from Maynard st. to Carpenter rd " 

Monroe st, from Albany to Kedzie avs " 

Monroe st, from Kedzie to Homan avs '< 

Montrose blvd, from Alexander av. to Halsted st. «» 

Morgan st, from Lake to Van Buren sts «' 

Murray st, from 99th to 100th sts., west side " 

Murray st, from 99th to 103d sts., east side " 

Murray st, from 101st to 103d sts., west side " 

Nelson st, from Paulina st. to Ashland av,, north side " 

Nineteenth st, from Clark to State sts «' 

Ninetieth st, from Carpenter st. to Vincennes av \ ^®^" ^^^ P"^- ^^^2 

/ Passed /. 2555 

Ninety-first st. and other streets in South Chicago Fire Dist., providing for repairing of Passed 138^ 

Ninety-second st, from B. & O. R. R. to Ewing av *' jgoo 

Ninety-third st, from Stony Island to Luella avs " 335, 

Ninety-ninth st, from Walden Station on C, R. I. & P. R. R. to Forest av., north side " 235. 



681 

52r 

74 

105» 

1570 

524 



632- 
1088 

633 
1090 
1054 

634 
108» 

296 
109a 
1056 



225 
338 
236' 
338 
385 
295 
874 
33& 
294 
337 
17^ 
921 



CCXL 



INDEX. 



Ontario st, from West 52d st. to Lydiard st., south side. 



Park av, from 48th to 52d sts. 



ORDINANCES— SIDEWALKS. • 

Page. 

Nixon st, from Polk to Taylor sts Passed 681 

Noble av, from Ashland av. to Paulina St., south side " 179 

North Fifty-ninth st, from Evanston av. to Magnolia st., south side " 337 

Nutt av, from T3d to 74th sts •' 578 

Oakenv^^ald av, from 42d to 43d sts " 337 

Oakley av, from 63d to 67th sts ••' 831 

Oakley av, from 34th st. to Bross av " 131 

Ogden av, fi-om Albany to Homan avs Def. and Pub. 2552 

Ohio st, from Central Park av. to Paulina st Passed 633 

Ohio st, from Paulina st. to Western av " 523 

Ohio st, from St. Louis av. to 40th st " 535 

One Hundred and Fifth st, from Belmont av. to Armida St., south side " 385 

One Hundred and Sixth st, from College to Highland av., north side " 385 

One Hnndred and Seventh st, from Michigan av. to I. C. K. R " 563 

One Hundred and Eleventh st, from Michigan av. to State St., south side " 1572 

j Def. and Pub. 2352 

I Passed 2555 

Park av, from Centre av. to Willis St., west side Passed 925 

j Def. and Pub. 2352 
I Passed 2554 

Park av, from Montrose blvd to Elston av J ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

I Passed 2353 

Park av, from Montrose blvd. to Elston av., east side Passed 1055 

Park av, from Montrose blvd. to Elston av., west side ,' 

Park av, from 101st to 103d sts., west side 

Paulina st, from Belmont av. to Dunning st 

Paulina st, from 49th to 50th sts 

Paulina st, from Madison to Indiana sts., east side 

Paulina st, from Noble av. to Nelson st., east side ' 

Pearl st, from Delaware av. to 40th st 

Peoria st, from Madison to Lake sts 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs 

Phinney av, from Jackson to Van Buren sts ; 

Prairie av, from 67th to 69th sts., west side = 

Prescott st, from Syracuse av. one block east, north side 

Prescott st, from Syracuse st. east one block, south side 

Railroad av, from Farwell to Pratt avs 

Railroad av, from Kedzie to Homan avs., west side 

Rice st, from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av \ Passed 

I Def. an 

Ridgway av, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av Passed 

Ridgeland av, from North av. to C, M. & St. P. R. R 

Robey st, from Graceland to Belle Plaine avs 

Robey st, from 63d to 67th sts 

Roscoe st, from Sheffield to Perry avs 

Rumsey st, from Ohio to Indiana sts 

St. Clair st, from Michigan to Illinois sts., east side 

St. Johns pi, from Lake st. to Arbor av 

St. Lavn-ence av, from 41st to 42d sts 

St. Lawrence av, from 47th to 51st sts. , east side 

Sacramento av, from Kinzie to Ohio sts 

Sangamon st, from Lake to Van Buren sts 

Sangamon st, from 65th to 66th sts Def. and Pub. 2552 

Seeley av, from Madison to Van Buren sts Passed 731 

Seeley av, from 63d to 67th sts " i089 

Selwyn av, from Linden av. to Montrose blvd " 728 

Seminary av, from Maud av. to Center st " IO54 

Seventeenth st, from Canal st. to alley east of Canal st., south side \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ~^^^ 

(Passed 2274 

Seventeenth st, from Clark to State sts Passed 921 

Seventeenth st, from Robey to Wood sts " 563 

Seventieth st, from Stony Island av. to 61st st., south side " 132 



u 


295 


ki 


523 


a 


632 


fcfc 


680 


li 


179 


Cl 


924 


ii 


875 


li 


1459 


(( 


1571 


a 


1300 


ii> 


1259 


ii 


828 


li 


522 


1,1 


1640 




1988 


id Pub. 


2552 


Passed 


524 


K 


179 


li 


1161 


a 


1088 


(b 


1161 


(1 


633 


(( 


829 


.; 


633 


a 


1639 


ki 


132 


(I 


1604 


(( 


875 



INDEX. 



CCXLl 



ORDINANCES-SIDEWALKS. 

Seventietii st, from Vincemies rd. to State st Passed 

Seventy-first st, from Yincennes to LaFayette avs., south side 

Seventy-second st, from Yates to Railroad avs., south side " 

Seventy-third st, from Bissell to Railroad avs., south side " 

Seventy-third st, from Yates av. east 374 feet, north side .'".'. " 

Seventy-fifth st, from Raiiroad to Bond avs _ " 

Seventy-eighth st, from Greenwood to Cottage Grove avs " 

Seventy-ninth st, from Bond av. to Cheltenham Beach, north side " 

Seventy-ninth st, from Wright st. to C. , R. I & P. R. R | <» 

Sheridan st, from Bloomingdale road to Armitage av., west side Def . and Pub. 

Sixteenth st, from State to Clark sts Passed 

Sixteenth st, from State st. to Prairie av ^ 

Sixty-first st, from Wentworth av. to alley east, south side 

Sixty-first st, from Stony Island av . to I . C . R . R J Passed 

] Def. and Pub. 2552 

Sixty-first st, from Wentworth to Princeton avs., north side Passed 526 

Sixty-fourth st, from Leavitt st. to Western av 

Sixty-fourth st, from Wood to Leavitt sts 

Sixty-fifth ct, from Wright to Honore sts 



Page. 

384 
1640 
1639 
1639 
1571 
1824 
1639 
1059 

525 
1552 

921 

920 
1299 

133 



Sixty-fifth st, from Wood to Leavitt sts '* 

Sixty-sixth st, from I. C. R. R. to Woodlawn av " 

Sixty-sixth st, from Leavitt st. to Western av " 

Sixty-sixth st, from Wood to Leavitt sts " 

Sixty-sixth st, from Woodlawn to Lexington avs " 

Sixty-seventh st, from Leavitt st. to Western av., north side " 

Sixty-seventh st, from Page to Leavitt sts., north side " 

Sixty-eighth st, from Cottage Grove av. to alley west of Evans av., north side " 

Sixty-eighth st, from S. Park to Calumet avs., north side 

Smith av, from Pearson st. to Kedzie av., north side ; 

South Chicago av, from 77th to 79th sts., south side \ ^^^- ^^^ P^^- 

I Passed 

South Chicago av, from 81st to 87th sts 3 ^^^ ■ ^^^ ^^^- 

1 Passed 

South Chicago av, from 93d to 95th sts., northeast side ' Passed 

South Normal Parkway, from Normal School Grounds to C, R. I. & P. Depot 

South Normal Parkway, from Stewart av. to C, R. I. & P. R. 1?., north side 

South Normal Parkway, from Wright st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., north side 

South Park av, from 22d to 26th sts 

South Park av, from 33d to 35th sts 

South Park av, from 74th to 75th sts 

Southport av, from Graceland av. to Otto st.* 

Southport av, from Lunt to Prospect avs., east side 

Spaulding av, from Madison to Harrison sts 

Spaulding av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd 

Springfield av, from Kinzie st to Chicago av 

State st, from Burton pi. to North av., west side 

State st, from 39th to 55th sts, east side i ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

■ I Passed 1988 

State st, from 56th to 58th sts., west side Passed 1057 

Stevens st. from Jackson blvd. to Van Buren st " 354 

Stewart av, from Washington blvd. to Madison st., east side " 1090 

Stone st, from Goethe to Banks sts «' jigg 

Stone st, from Scott to Goethe sts " J091 

Stony Island av, from P. & Ft . W. R. R. to Anthony av i ^^^ • ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

] Passed 2274 

Stony Island av, from 67th to 68th sts., east side Passed 563 

Stony Island av. from 77th to 79th sts.. west side i ^®^- ^^^ ^^^^■- ^198 

Passed 2273 

Sullivan ct, from Lyman to 31st sts Passed 730 



468 

130 

1523 



CCXLIV IXDEX. 

ORDINANCES— STREET IMPROVEMESTS. 

Page . 

Alley bet Clark st. and Wrightwood av., Hampden and Deming cts., curbing, grading 

and paving Passed 177 

Alleys bet. Clifton and Seminary avs., Belden and Webster avs., curbing, gradmg and pav- 

" 1253 

Alleys bet Congress and Harrison st.s., Leavitt st. and Hoyne av., curbmg, gradmg and 

j^injjK^ >^ o (J 1051 

'^''^'''^ JDef.'and Pub. 1899 

All3y (Geary st.) from Delaware pi. to Chestnut st .^. -j passed 1987 

Alley from 18th to 19th sts., bet. State and Dearborn sts., curbing, grading and paving. . . . Passed 521 
Alley from Eugenia to Menomoneests., bet. Cleveland av. and Hull St., curbing, grading 

and paving 

Alley from Evanston av. west to alley bet. Graceland av. and Edgecomb ct., curbmg, 

grading and paving 

AlleysfromEvergreentoFowlersts., bet. Eobeyst. and Hoyne av., curbing, filling and 

paving • ; • '. : 

AUeys from Ewing pi. to North av., bet. Kobey st. and Hoyne av., curbmg, gradmg and 

paving • ; ; , 

Alleys bet. Fifth av. and Charles pi., Congress and Franklin sts., gradmg and pavmg 

Alleys bet. Fiftieth st., Madison Park, Woodlawn and Madison avs., curbing, grading and 

paving • •. ^ 

Alleys from 42d to 43d sts., bet. Ellis av. and Drexel blvd., curbing, gradmg and pavmg. . . 

Alley from 42d to 43d sts., bet. Evans and Langley avs., curbing, grading and paving 

Alley from 44th to 45th sts., bet. Sidney and Woodlawn avs., curbing, grading and paving 
Alleys from Fowler to LeMoyne sts., bet. Robey st. and Hoyne ave., curbing, grading and 

paving • • ■•;•■■ 

Alley from Francis st. to Sacramento av., bet. Van Buren and Congress sts., curbmg, 

grading and paving. . , • • • • • 

Alley from Francis St. to Sacramento av„ bet. Lake and Walnut sts., curbmg, gradmg 
and paving • • • 

Alleys from Franklin to Sedgwick sts., bet. North av. and Starr st., curbing, gradmg and 

paving ; v. • ' / ' ' ' ^, 

Alley west of North Franklin st., from Wendell to Oak sts., curbmg, gradmg and pavmg. 19o4 

Alley from Halsted to Dayton sts., bet. North av.. and Willow st., curbing, grading and 

paving ; ^, 

Alley bet. Halsted and Johnson sts. . 21st and 22d sts. , curbing, grading and pavmg ^ ^y^ 

Alley bet. Halsted and Union sts., Evans ct. and 18th st., curbing, grading and paving ^ 

Alley bet. Harrison and Polk sts., Jefferson st. and Law av., curbing, grading and paving 

Alleys bet. Hills, Wendell, Market and Sedgwick sts., curbing, grading and paving 

Alley from Hoyne av. to Leavitt st., bet. Emerson av. and Ohio sts., curbing, grading and ^^ 

paving ■ .'. ^^ 

Alley from Jane to Emily sts., bet. Samuel and Wood sts., curbing, grading and pavmg. . . 1^99 

AUeyfrom Jefferson to Clinton sts., bet. Maxwell and Wilson sts., curbing, grading and 

paving • • • 

Alley bet. Johnson and Halsted, 18th and 19th sts., curbmg, gradmg and parang 

Alleys bet. Judd and Wilson sts., Clinton and Canal sts., curbing, grading and paving 

Alley from Kedzie to Homan avs., bet. Walnut and Fulton sts., curbing, filling and paving 
Alley from Lake st. to Park av., bet. Ashland av. and Paulina st., curbing, grading and 

paving • •. ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Alley from Leavitt st. to Oakley av., bet. Austin av. and Ferdinand st., curbmg, gradmg 

and paving • •; • • • * * ; ; " 

Alley from Leavitt st. to Oakley av., bet. Harrison and Flournoy sts., curbmg, fillmg and 

paving • • • • ■ * ■ ■-* 

AUey from Leavitt st. to Oakley av., bet. Park av. and Washington blvd., curbmg, grad- 
ing and paving ' ; ' 

Alleys from LeMoyne st. to Ewing pi., bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., curbmg, gradmg and 

paving • • ■ ; ■ 

Alley from Liberty to Maxwell sts., bet. Union and Halsted sts., curbmg, gradmg and 

paving ; • •. ' ; ' 

Alley from Lincoln to Robey sts., bet. Chicago av. and Superior st., curbmg, gradmg and 

paving I ■ ; • ,, . ._- 

Alley from Lincoln to Robeylsts., bet. Erie and Huron sts., curbmg, gradmg and pavmg. . 1456 

Alleys bet. Lincoln st. and Winchester av.. Van Buren and Congress sts., curbing, gradmg 
and paving 



1456 

870 

1403 

1455 

468 

1522 

1457 

558 

1049 

1403 



292 

292 
1198 



1050 
292 
558 

1569 

1051 
631 
1522 
1638 
1546 
1404 
177 



1050 



870 



IJMDEX. CCXLV 

ORDINANCES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Alley from Locust to Whiting sts., bet. Market and Sedgwick sts., curbing, grading and ^^^^' 

paving s, ^ ^ 

° Pjj oap/^ ■) AOA 

Alley bet. Madison st. and Warren av., from California av. to C. & N. W R r" "curbing' 

grading and paving '' ,, 

Alley bet. Madison, Washington, May and Ann sts"; cuVbing! grading andpaving I ! *.'.■. ■.■.:'.: " 292 
A ey froni Market to Franklin sts., bet. Huron and Erie sts., curbing, grading and paving " 557 
A ey bet Michigan and Wabash avs., from Congress to Harrison sts., grading and paving " 870 
AUey bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., from Harrison st. to Hubbard ct., grading and 
paving * * 

AHey bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., 80 feet 'south "from" Hubbard "ct.', "grading "and 
paving * * ^^ 

Alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., Peck and"Eid"r"id"ge "Jts.,' 'grading 'and'pa'^'ng.'.' .".'.'."." ' " '' oJs 
Alley from 19th St. to Archer av., bet. State and Dearborn sts., curbing, grading and 
paving o> & s ciuvA 

Alleys bet North and Ashland avs., Kee'nan'an'd 'pa'uHn'a 's'ts!,' curbing, "fining "and p'avi'ng'. '. " ml 
Alleys bet. North av. and Lincoln st., Elk Grove and Girard sts., curbing, filling and 
paving ( 

Alley from North to Wabansia avs., bet. Elk Grove an'd Dudley 's't's'.,' 'curbing, 'grad'i'n-' and 
pavmg o " VA ^ 

Alleys from Oak to Wendell sts., bet. Market and"sed"gw"i"c"k " sts.'," curbing," "grading ' and 
paving ^ 

Alleys from Oak to Whiting sts., bet. Market and'sed'gwi'c'k "sts!,' curbing" "grading 'a'nd 
paving ^ ^ 

Alley from Ogden av. to Polk St., bet. Robey st. and Winchester a'v.', 'curbing ' g'r'adin- a'nd 
paving & ^ 

Alleys bet. Orchard and Larrabee sts., Belden av. and Kemper' pi".," "curbing "gradin- and 
paving *' 



1570 
73 
1199 
1404 
956 
1001 
1405 
1051 



958 

1049 

234 

336 



AUeys from Osgood st. to Seminary av., bet. Webster and Belden avs., curbing" "gra"d'i'nff 
and paving ^ 

Alley from Paulina st. to east terminus, bet. Washington blv'd.'and" Park'av "curbin- 
grading and paving , ' "' 

AUey from Paulina to Wood sts., bet. Madison st. and Ogden"av'.,"c'urbing','gra'di"nff'an'd 

paving ^ ,, 

Alley from Polk to Taylor sts,, bet. Irving and Oakley avs., curbing, grading and paving ' ' " 1049 
Alley from Polk to Taylor sts., bet. Marshfield and Ashland avs., curbing, gradin- and 
paving " 

Alley from Robey st. to Winchester av., bet. Congress and Van'B'uren'sts.","curbi'n-' 'trad- 
ing and paving ''^ 

AUey from St. John's pi. to Ashland av., bet. Arbor pi. and Cai'ro']i'av.','cu'r"binff -rad'i'n- 
and paving '^ 

Alley from St. LawTence to Langley avs., bet. 41st st. and Bowenav." curbing grading 
and paving '» » 

Alley from Sacramento to Albany avs., bet. Lake and Walnut sts., curbing grading and 

Pa^i^^ .' .. q.. 

AUey from Samuel to Wood sts., bet. Jane and Division sts., curbing, grading and pavin- " uo^ 
Alleys bet.Seminary av., Osgood st., Belden and PuUerton avs., curbing, grading and paving " 125? 
Alley from 17th to 18th sts., between State and Dearborn sts., curbing, grading and paving " ' ^21 
AUeys bet. Sheffiield av., Osgood st., Belden and FuUerton avs., curbing grading and 
paving ' 

Alley bet. Shober St. and Wabansia av.. North av. and Leavitt st.,"curbing gradiuff and 
paving , , ' 

AUeys bet. Southport av. and High st., FuUerton and Belden avs., "curi)"in'g' grading and 
paving ' 

AUey from Stony Island av., west 230 feet bet. Jackson Park and 65tii* terraces gradin'ff 
and paving •. ^ , 

AUey from 22d to 23d sts., bet. Cottage Grove and Prairie avs., curbing '^radi'nff and 
paving ' J^ 

AUeys bet. 38th and 39th sts. . Langley and Cottage Grove avs. , curbing, "grading "and"pav'in'<^ ' 

Alley bet. Wabash av. and State st., 95 feet north of 12th st., grading and paving *' ' 

Alleys bet. Washington and Lake sts., CaUfornia av. and Clarkson ct 

Alley bet. Webster and Belden avs., Racine and Clifton avs.,' curbing, grading a'nd'pa'v'in'g ' 
AUey bet. Webster av. and Clark st., Garfield av. and Sedgwick st., curbing grading and 



1253 

1052 

957 

•130 

1954 
1051 
918 
1050 
1000 

871 



CCXLVI INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Page. 

Alley bet. Webster ar. and Orchard St., Grove ct. and Larrabee St., curbing, grading and 

paving Passed 308 

„, . ^^,- ^Def. and Pub. 2196 

Alley bet. Wfflow st. and >orth av.. Halsted and Burling sts ■< Passed ^n 

Allev from Wood to Lincoln sts., bet. Polk and Taylor sts., curbing, grading and paving. . Passed 1*36 

^ Def. and Pub. 2552 
Aberdeen st, from 55th to 59th sts., curbing, fillmg and paving -. p^^gg^ j^^gg 

Adams st, from 40th to 46th sts.. curbing, grading and paving Passed 869 

Addison st, from Lincoln to Ashland av^s., curbing, grading and paving "■ 467 

Albany av, from Harrison to l2th sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1062 

Albany av. from riJth st. to Douglas blvd.. curbing, graiiing and paving '* 1063 

Ann st, from Washington to Lake sts., grading and paving " 1063 

Anthony av, from South Park av. to Seventieth St., curbing, filling and macadamizing — " 1458 

^. ^. ^ . ) Def. and Pub. 2352 

Adiland av, from Archer av. to L &3I. Canal, curbmg, grading and pavmg i Passed 2554 

A Aland aT, from Lake to Indiana sts., grading and paving Passed 1S3 

Ai^landav, from Lawrence to Webster avs., curbing, grading and paving " 630 

) Def . and Pub. 2196 
Atlantic st, from 4Tth to 55th sts.. curbmg, filling and pavmg 1 Passed 2272 

Atlantic st, from Garfield blvd. to oSth St.. curbing, grading and paving Passed 131 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts., curbing, grading and macadamizing " 466 

Atlantic st, from .59th to Boot sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1407 

Augusta st, from Bobev St. ro California av., curbing, filling and paving " 1523 

^ Def . and Pub. 2196 
Augusta st, from Western av. to Seymour St., curbmg, filLmg and paving - Passed 2272 

Barnieeav, from Eobey St. to C. &N. W.E. B., curbing, grading and paving Passed 779 

Betta- st, from Sholto to May sts., curbing, grading and paving " ' 958 

Bishop St. from 51st to 5oth sts. , eurlriiig, fimng and paring - " 1 638 

Bissellst, from 39th to 4Msr5.. eurbing,fflHng and paving " 335 

Brost av. from Evanston to Southport avs-, cnrbing. grading and paving " 1199 

Burling st. from Wrightwoc^ av. 418 feet south, curbing, grading and paving " 677 

Byron av. from Humboldt blvd. to California av., curbing, filling and paving "• 1965 

Calumet av. from 21st to 26th sts.. curbing, grading and paving "' 67S 

Calranet av, from 21st to aeth sts Vetoed, re-con. and S. &A.. S. D. 762 

Cfahnnetav. from 21s* to aeth sts., asphalt Hied 12*9 

Canal st. from Tan Buren to Harrison srs., grading and paving Pa^ed 1063 

Carp«iter st, from SOth to 5lst sts.. curbing, filling and paving " 1256 

) Def. and Pub. 2552 
Carpenter St. from 55th to 59th sts., curbing, filling and paving Ipassed 1299 

Cass St. from Michigan to Bush sts., curbing, grading and paving.. Passed 17T 

Cass st, from Michigan to Bush sts -S. i: A., X. D. 14-34 

\ Eeported 1492 

Ca^ st, from Michigan to Bush sts - passed 1855 

Ceitral Park av, from 12th st. to Douslas Park blvd.. curbing, grading and paving Passed 869 

Champlain av, from Archer av. to 37th st.. curbing, grading and paving "' 827 

Chestnut st. from La SaUe av. to east line Block ^. Johnston. Boberts & Storrs" Add., 

curbing, grading and paving ^^ 

Clyyboum av, from Fullerton to Ashland avs., curbing, grading and paving " 779 

Clyiwum pL from North Branch Chicago Biver to C. x N. W. K. R.. curbing, grading and 

paving ^ _^ 

Coik^Jie St. from Main to Quarry sts.. curbing, filling and paving " 1237 

Columbia av. from North av. to Humboldt av.. curbing, filling and paving " 1636 

Commercial av. from Lincoln to Berteau avs. , curbing, grading and paving " 1197 

Commercial st, fn^m Addison st. to Lincoln av., curbing, grading and paving '* 1964 

Commercial st, fin^m Lincoln to Graceland avs. . curbmg, grading and j>aving " 467 

Congress St. from Fifth av, to Franklin sts. curbing, grading and paving " 727 

Cottage Grove av, from 53d to 59th sts., east 22 feet, curbing, grading and paving ''^ 1405 

Cottage Grove av, from 22d to 2eth sts., curbing, grading and paving " 6TS 

i Vetoed. Re-con. and S. & A., S. D. 76:2 
Cottage Grove av, from 22d to 26th sts a ^^^ 86q 

j Passed 74 
Coultet St. from Western to Hoyne avs., curbing, grading and pavmg i „ ^^ 

Crawfordav, from Madison to Lake sts., curbing, grading and paving " 119^ 



INDEX. 



CCXLVll 



ORDINANCES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Page. 
Cross St, from Lyman to 31st sts., curbing, filling and paving Passed 1407 



Curtis st, from Lake to Madison sts., grading and paving " 

Cypress st, from Kendall st. to Ogden av., curbing, grading and pa\ing. " 

Damon st, from Sholto to May sts., curbing, grading and paving " 

Dayton st, from Reese st. to North av., curbing, filling and panng " 

Dearborn st, from Jackson to Polk sts,, curbing, grading and paving " 

Dearborn st, from Monroe to Madison sts., curbing, grading and paving " 

Dexter av, from Union av. to Lot 1, Assessor's Div., etc, curbing, grading and paving " 

Dickens av, from Humboldt blvd. to California av., curbing, filling and paving " 

Division st, from Ashland av. to North Branch of River, curbing, grading and paving " 

Division st, from State st. to Lake Shore Drive, curbing, grading and paving " 

Dreyer st, from 47th to 51st sts., cuebing, filling and paving " 

Dudley st, from Armitage av. to Hervey st., curbing, filling and paving " 

Duncan Park, from Wallace st. to Stewart av., curbing, filling and paving " 



1053 

559 

957 

1298 

727 

520 

291 

1955 

1343 

678 

" 1408 

" 14 

" 1256 

JDef. and Pub. 1899 



Eighteenth st, from Western to California avs., curbing, filling and and paving 

* I Passed 1986 

Eighty-ninth st, from South Chicago av. to I. C. R. R., curbing, filling and paving Passed 1522 

Elizabeth st, from Randolph to Lake sts. (sheet asphalt) " 

Ellen st, from Lincoln st. to west terminus, curbing, grading and paving " 

Ellis av, from 41st to 46th sts., curbing, grading and paving " 

Elston av, from Belmont to Kedzie avs., curbing, filling and paving " 

Elston av, from Division st. to North av., curbing, grading and paving " 

Elston av, from Milwaukee to North avs., curbing, grading and paving " 



466 
1402 

131 

1457 

12 

1342 

13 

479 
1160 
73 
1255 
1521 
1197 

727 
1402 
1403 
1458 

728 
1954 



Erie av, from 91st st. to South Chicago av., curbing, filling and paving 

Erie st, from Clark to State sts., curbing, grading and paving 

Escanaba av, from 87th to 91st sts., curbing and macadamizing " 

Evans av, from 63d to 69th sts.. curbing, grading and paving " 

Farrell st, from Archer av. to 31st st., curbing, filling and paving " 

Paye st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. R., curbing, grading and macadamizing 

Faye st, from Lincoln st. to C. & N. W. R. R., curbing, grading and paving " 

Ferdinand st, from Noble to Armour sts., curbing, grading and paving " 

Ferdinand st, from Wood to Lincoln sts., curbing, grading and paving ." 

Fifty-second st, from Morgan st. to Centre av., curbing, filling and paving " 

Fifty-third st, from I. C. R. R. to Lake Michigan, curbing, grading and paving 

Fifty-fourth st, from Drexel to Woodlawn avs., curbing, grading and macadamizing " 

Fifty-sixth st, from State st. to So. Park av., curbing, grading and paving i^^^' ^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

I Passed 2353 

Fifty-seventh st, from State to Halsted sts., curbing, filling and paving Passed 630 

Fifty-seventh st, from Morgan st. to Ashland av., curbing, filling and paving " 1298 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs., curbing, grading and paving " 176 

Fillmore st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving " 1255 

Flournoy st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving -| [\ ^^^ 

Forty-first st, from Halsted to Wallace sts. , curbing, filling and paving " 1198 

Forty-first st, from Halsted st. to 469 feet east of Wright st., curbing, fiUing and paving. . . " 1457 

Forty-second st, from Vincennes to St. Lawrence avs., curbing, grading and macadamizing " 1406 

Forty-third st, from Ashland to Western avs . , curbing, fiUing and paving " 559 

Forty-seventh st, from Cottage Grove av. to Drexel blvd., curbing, grading and paving. . . " 1638 

Forty-eighth st, from Wood to Halsted sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1257 

Francisco st, from Chicago av. to Division st., curbing, filling and paving \ ^^^^^^ 1457 

* ] Def . and Pub. 1872 

Francisco st, from Chicago av. to Division St., curbing, filling and paving Passed 1986 

Franklin st, from Kinzie st. to Chicago av., curbing, grading and paving " 1401 

Franklin st, from Van Buren to Harrison sts., curbing, grading and paving " 727 

Fulton st, from Desplaines to Halsted sts., curbing, grading and paving , 

Giddings st, from Robey to Leavitt sts., curbing, grading and paving , 

Gladys av, from 4nth to 46th sts., curbing, grading and paving 

Gordon st, from Stewart to Western avs., curbing, filling and paving 

Orand av, from Chicago av. to Division st., curbing, grading and paving , 

Grenshaw st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving 

Hamlin av, from Chicago av. to south line Block 16, Harding's Sub., curbing, grad- j Def. and Pub. 2198 
ingand paving "j Passed 2273 



778 

728 

1160 

1198 

12 

1255 



CCXLVlll 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Page. 

Hamlin av, from Lake to Kinzie sts., curbing, grading and paving Passed 1638 

„ -. „ ,.^, .. * ^ 1 v.- A- A ■ \ Def • and Pub. 2271 

Hamlin av, from 16tn st. to Ogden av., curbing, grading and paving -< 

Harding av, from Kinzie to Lake sts., curbing, grading and paving Passed 467 

Harrison st, from Hoyne to Western avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1254 

Harvard st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving " 1255 

Herndon st, from Lincoln to Wellington avs., curbing, grading and paving " 676 

Herndon st, from Roscoe st. to Belmont av. , curbing, grading and paving " 1570 

High av, from 106th to 114th sts., curbing and macadamizing <^ ' , ' ^.,.„ 

I Passed 2o53 

Homer st, from Western to Washtenaw avs., curbing, filling and paving Passed 1199 

Houston av, from 87th to 93d sts., curbing, filling and paving ' 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe to Cornelia sts., curbing, grading and paving 

Hoyne av, from Washington to Jackson blvds., curbing, grading and paving (asphalt) ' 

Humboldt st, from Armitage to Palmer avs., cui'bing, filling and paving ' 

Humboldt av, from Columbia av. to C. & N. W. R. R., north side ' 

Humboldt av, from Western to California avs., curbing, filling and paving 

Iglehart pi, from 27th st. to north terminus, curbing, grading and paving ' 

Illinois st, from St. Clair st., east 1500 feet, curbing, grading and paving 

Indiana av, from 12th to 13th sts., curbing, grading and paving 



Indiana st, from Clark to St. Clair sts., curbing, grading and paving. 



1823 

13 

631 

" 1955 

" 2353 

" 1458 

" 234 

" 678 

" 956 

j " 176 

I " 558 

828 

" 630 

" 1401 

S. & A., W. D. 570 

^ Filed 906 

curbing, grading and paving Passed 869 

73 

957 

234 

1458 

1570 

291 

1052 

1256 

.... 1342 



Indiana st, from St. Clair st. to east terminus, curbing, grading and paving. 

Institute pi, from Wells st. to east terminus, cui'bing, filling and paving 

Iowa st, from Lincoln to Robey sts., curbing, grading and paving 



Jackson st, from 40th to 46th sts. (West) 

Jackson st, from 40th to 46th sts. 

Jamot st, from Robey to Leavitt sts,, curbing, grading and paving 

Kedzie av, from Palmer pi, to North av., curbing, filling and paving 

Kedzie av, from 26th st. to West Fork of river, curbing, filling and paving. . 
Keefe av, from Rhodes to Anthony avs., curbing, filling and macadamizing. 

Keeney av, from North to Humboldt avs., curbing, filling and paving 

Kimbark av, from 51st to 52d sts., grading and macadamizing 

Lake st, from Homan to Crawford avs., curbing, filling and paving 

Langley av, from 63d to 69th sts., curbing, grading and paving 



La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Division st., asphalt, curbing, grading and paving 



La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st. 



La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st., wooden block. 



Passed , 

Vetoed 1386 

Amended 1386 

Passed 1386 

3 Reported 515 

(Passed 650 

Lost 158 

Lost 226 

La Salle av, from Division to Clark sts., asphalt, curbing, grading and paving Passed 1342 

La Salle av, from Division to Clark sts Vetoed, amended and passed 1386 

La Lalle av, from Division to Clark sts., asphalt Passed -2207 

La Salle st, from Monroe to Madison sts., curbing, grading and paving " 521 

Leavitt st, from Archer to Bross avs., curbing, fiUing and paving " 871 

Leavitt st, from Clybourn to Belmont avs., curbing filling and paving " 677 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts., curbing, gi-ading and paving " 12 

Lexington st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving " 1256 

' Def. and Pub. 2352 
S. &A., N. D.. 2554 

Linden av, from Humboldt blvd. to Diversey st., curbing, filling and paving Passed 1637 

Main st, from Archer av. , to South Branch Chicago river. , grading and paving " 466 

Market st, from Randolph to Madison sts., curbing, grading and pa\ing " 631 

Market st, from Van Buren st. to south terminus, curbing, grading and paving " 521 

May St. from Lake to Washington sts . , curbing, grading and paving " 1052 

Milton av, from Oak to Division sts., gi-ading and paving " 234 

Millard av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd. (printed Willard av.) " 870 

Milwaukee av, from Chicago to North avs " 305 

Milwaukee av, from Crawford av. to Irving Park blvd., curbing, filling and paving " 1457 



Lincoln av, from Montrose blvd. to Church rd. 



INDEX. 



CCXLIX 



ORDINANCES— STREET IMPRO VEM ENTS. 

Page. 
Milwaukee av, from Lake st. to Chicago av. , grading and paving , Passed 777 

Milwaukee av, from Lake st. to Chicago av., granite s ^ ' , ' „ '„ 

I Passed 23o3 

Montana st, from Eacine av. to Surrey ct., curbing, grading and paving Passed 1001 

Moore st, from Douglas Park blvd. to Campbell av., curbing, filling and paving " 336 

Morgan st, from 51st to 54th sts., curbing, filling and paving " 13 

Morgan st, from Lake to Van Buren sts., curbing, grading and paving " 917 

Mozart st, from Armitage to Palmer avs., curbing, fiUmg and paving " 1955 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Eacine av., curbing, grading and paving , " 676 

Noble st, from Indiana st. to North av " 394 

North av, from C. & N. W. E. E. to North Branch of river, cm-bing, grading and paving. . " 1343 

iDef. and Pub. 2198 



Ohio st, from Kedzie to Avers avs., curbing, grading and paving. 



/Passed 2273 



Palmer av, from Palmer sq. to California av., curbing, filling and paving Passed 1955 

Parmelee st. from Hoyne to Western avs., curbing, filling and parang " 234 

Paulina st, from Lincoln av. to Addison st., curbing, grading and paving " 1954 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Berteaxi avs., curbing, grading and paving " 1254 

Paulina st, from Eoscoe st. to Berteau av., curbing, grading and paving " 291 

Pearl st, from Webster to Garfield avs., curbing, grading and paving " 676 

Perry st, from Fullerton av. to Montana st., curbing, filling and paving " 521 

Perry av, from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs. , curbing, filling and paving " 1823 

Peterson st, from Hoyne av. to Eobey st., curbing, filling and paving ; " 13 

Poe st, from Osgood st. to Maud av., curbing filling and paving ' ,. . " 1160 

Polk st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av., curbing, grading and paving " 1254 

1 Passsed 677 

Prairie av, from 22d to 25th sts., curbing, gradmg and paving. -< ^/ , '^ " " * ' " * ' ".' " " ' "' _„ 

I Vetoed, Ee-con. and S. & A., S. D. 762 

Prairie av, from 22d to 25th sts. (asphalt) Filed 1289 

Quincy st, from Franklin to Market sts., curbing, grading and paving Passed 521 

1406 

677 

777 

1407 

Ehodes av, from 67th st. to Keefe av., curbing fiUing and macadamizing " 1458 

Ehodes av, from 70th to 73d sts., curbing, grading and macadamizing " 1406 

Eobey st, from Archer av. to Thirty-first St., curbing, filling and paving " 1408 

j Def . and Pub. 2352 
I Passed 2553' 

1899 

1986 

1001 

1524 

468 

870 

957 

12 

728 

1086 

828 

559 

2552 

631 

1569 

1637 

728 

1637 

1569 
466 
1955 
1402 
1523 



Eandolph St., from Desplaines to Ann sts., grading and paving. 

Eandolph st, from Halsted to Ann sts., grading and paving 

Eebecca st, from Eockwell st. east 429 feet, curbing, filling and paving. 



Eobey st, from Blue Island av. to South Branch of Chicago Eiver 

Eobey st, from Eoscoe st. to Montrose blvd <^ ' , 

I Passed 

St. Elmo st, from Lincoln av. to Wood st., curbing, grading and paving Passed 

St. Lawrence av, from 63d to 73d sts., curbing, grading and macadamizing. . . 

St. Louis av, from Madison st. to Colorado av 



School st, from Clark st. to Lincoln av., cui-bing, grading and paving 

School st, from Gross Park av. to Eobey St., curbing, grading and paving " 

Seminary av, from Diversey to Wellington sts " 

Seminary av, from Maud av. to Center St., curbing, gi-ading and paving " 

Seminary av, from Newport av. to Eoscoe st., curbing, grading and paving " 

Seventeenth st, from Eobey st. to Hoyne av., curbing, grading and paving " 

Seventieth ct, from Cottage Grove to S. Chicago avs Def. and Pub. 

Seventieth st, from Perry to Vincennes avs., curbing, grading and macadamizing Passed 

Seventieth st, from St. Lawrence to S. Park avs., curbing, filling and macadamizing " 

Seventieth st, from State st. to Indiana av., curbing, filling and macadamizing " 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to C, E. I. & P. E. E., curbing, grading and macad- 
amizing " 

Seventy-second st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., curbing, grading and macad- 
amizing "• 

Seventy -third st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., curbing, grading and macadam 



izmg. 



Seventy-ninth st, from Halsted st. to Western av., grading and macadamizing 

Shakespeare av, from Humboldt blvd. to California av., curbing, grading and paving. 

Sheffield av, from Weed st. to North av., curbing, grading and paving 



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INDEX. 



South Park 
paving . 



av, from 22d to 26th sts. 



StsLTT St. from .Seds^ck st. to Xorth Park av. 



Superior st, from Clark st. to eastern terminus . 



ORDINANCES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS 

Page. 

Sherman st. from Harrison to Polk sts., curbing, gradmg and paving Passed 1254 

Sherman st, from 39th to 4.3d sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1407 

Sheridan st, from Bloominsdale rd. to Armitage av., curbing, filliag and paving " 13-.21 

Shields av, from 4;id to 45th sts.. curbing, filling and paving •• 1257 

Short st, from Hickorj- st. to C. & A. R. R.. curbing, fiUing and paving '* 1198 

Sixtieth st. from South Park av. to State St.. curbing. fiUin? and paving " 1522 

Sixty-third st. from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R.. curbing, grading and paving. . . " 778 

Sixty-third st. from Wentworth to Stewart avs.. curbing, grading and paving " 1455 

Sixty-seventh st. from Stony Island to South Park avs., curbing, filling and paving ." 1.523 

Sixty -ninth st. from Anthony to South Park avs., curbing, filling and macadamized "" 145S 

South Chicago av. from South Park av. to 75th St., curbing, grading and pavins *' 13 

South Chicago av, from South Park av. to 75th St.. curbing, gcading and macadamized '' 1524 

South Park av, from GOth to 71st sts ', 1255 

fPassed 763 

curbing, grading and j vetoed, re-con. and S. & A.. S. D. 786 

i Filed S60 

Spaulding av. from 12th st. to Douslas Park blvd.. curbing, filling and paving Passed 1199 

JDef. and Pub. 2198 

(Passed 2273 

Stone st, from Goethe to Banks sts Passed 1402 

Stone st, from Goethe to Scott sts. grading and paving •' 777 

Stony Island av, from 67th to T9th sts., curbing, grading and paving " 467 

is. & A.,X. D. 1434 

) Reported 1491 

Surrey ct. from Dunning st. to FuUerton av.. curbing, grading and paving Pa.ssed 1053 

Swann st, from Stewart av. to I. C. R. R., curbing, filling and paving '• 1198 

System of streets from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av. etc., curbing, filling and paving " 959 

System of streets Myrtle a v. from ^Milwaukee to Diversey avs.. curbing, filling and paving " 1823 

System of streets in Fifteenth ward, curbing, grading and paving '■ 176 

System of streets in Twenty-ninth ward CMatteson St., eto curbiag. fiUing and paving " 1523 

System of streets in Thirtieth ward (May St.. etc."! curbing, filling and paving '' 1523 

Terra Cotta pi. from Clybotim to Commercial avs. curbing, grading and paving " 728 

Thirty-first st, from Cottage Grove to Lake avs. curbing, grading and paving " 73 

Thirty-second st. from Halsted to Aubmn sts., curbing, filling and paving " 2106 

Thirty-second st. from Halsted to Laurel sts., curbing, filling and paving " 1407 

Thirty-fifth st. from South Park to Cottage Grove avs.. curbing, grading and paving '* 959 

Thirty-sixth st. from Halsted to Butler sts.. curbing, grading and paving " 778 

Thirty-sixth st, from State st. to Armour av.. curbing, grading and paving " 1402 

Thirty-eighth st. from Ashland av. to Lincoln St., curbing, filling and i)aving " S27 

Thomas st, from "Wood st. to Hoyne av.. ctirbing, filling and paving ■■■ 1406 

Tripp av, from North to Humboldt avs., curbing, grading and paving " 177 

Troy St. from Kiozle st. to Chicago av.. curbing, filling and paving " 1455 

Troy St. from 22d to 26th sts. curbing, filling and paving " 1160 

Trumbull av. from 26th st. to Douglas Park blvd.. curbinff. sradlng and paving. ..-_,' " ._- 

^^ I Passed 22r2 

Twelfth St. from Michigan av. to C. & W. I. R. R.. curbing, grading and pavine Passed S28 

Twentv-flrst st, from Pan Handle Railroad right of way to Douglas Park blvd.. curbing, 

677 

958 

957 
16:37 

467 

520 
1458 
1405 

957 
1406 
16:37 

917 
1-256 

778 
152:3 

465 



grading and paving . 

Twenty-second st. from Centre to Ashland avs., grading and paving 

Twenty-second st. from Centre to Canalport avs.. grading and paving 

Union av, from 59th to 61st sts.. curbing, filling and paving 

Ttica St. from FiUmore to 12th sts.. curbing, grading and paving 

Van Buren st. from Wabash to Michigan avs.. curbing, grading and paving 

Vernon av, from 66th to 73d sts., curbing, grading and macadamizing 

Vincennes a v. from Anthony av. to 7:3d St., curbing, grading and macadamizing 

Vincennes av. from :35th to :39th sts., curbing, grading and macadamizing 

Vincennes av. from 6:3d st. to South Chicago av., curbing, grading and macadamizing. 
Wabash av. from 67th to 73d sts., curbing, filling and macadamizing 



Waldo pL from Desplaines to Halsted sts., grading and paving 

Ward st, from Clyboum to FuUerton avs., cm-bing, fiUing and paving. 

Ward St. from 35th to :36th sts.. curbing, filling and paving 

Warren av, from Leavitt to Pollock sts.. re-surface 



INDEX. CCLI 

ORDINANCES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Page . 

Washburne av, from Lincoln to Robey st., curbing, grading and paving Passed 1197 

Webster av, from Evanston to Southport avs., curbing, grading and paving " 73 

Willard av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd., curbing, grading and paving " 870 

Wilmot av, from Hoyne av. to Robey st., curbing, filling and paving " 14 

Wilson av, from Robey to Leavitt sts. , curbing, filling and paving " 1823 

Woodside av, from Addison to Lincoln avs., curbing, grading and paving " 466 



ORDINANCES— VACATION'S. 

Alley in Block 1, Douglas Park blvd. (Bohemian Land Association) \ ^.f^/"' ^' ^' ,?f^ 

( Filed 1121 

rS. &A., S. D.. 126 

Alley in Block 1, Taylor's 2d Add. to S. Chicago ] Reported 213 

[passed 374 

Alley in Block 2, Jordan's Re-sub j S. & A., W. D. 1279 

(Reported 1354 

Alley in Block 3, Burohill & Jacob's Sub. inSec. 25, 40, 13 S. & A., W. D. 1112 

rS. &A., S. D.. 144 

Alley in Block 6, Drexel & Smyth's Sub. in Sec. 11, 38, 14 -j Reported 214 

[Passed 327 

Alley in Block 8, First Add. to Pullman Reported 904 

AUey in Block 49, Chicago University Add \ J^P^^ted 721 

I Passed 1024 

AUey north of C, B. & Q. R. R. in Block 1, L. P. Morton's Sub., S. E. ^ of S. E. J4, Sec. 24, 39, 13 
Passed 1181 

Alley bet. 50th and 51st sts., from east line of Dreyer st. to alley bet. Ashland av. and Dreyer st. 

S. & A., S. D. 655 

Alley north of 59th st., bet. School st. and Tracy av \ ^^P^^J^^^ 661 

I Passed 1024 

^Re-com 998 

Alley from 45th to 46th sts., through Block 22, etc -{ Reported 1021 

[passed 1331 

Alley in Fricke & Dose Sub., v^^est 10 acres, south 20 acres of north 43.30 acres, i S. «fe A., N. D. 938 
Sec. 36, 40, 13 "j Reported 2147 

Alley in W. V. Jacobs Sub of Block 1, Norton's Sub, etc Passed 585 

Alley, north and south, in Schimp's Subdivision, S. E. ^, S. E. ]4, Section 9, 38, 14. . . S. & A.. S. D. 2294 

Alley between Sub Lots 6 and 4, in Ogden's Subdivision of Lot 1, Block 82, School Section Addition 

Taken from file and to S. & A., S. D. 797 

Alley in Sub Lot 63, School Trustees' Subdivision, Section 16, 37, 14 Passed 1893 

rS. &A., S. D.. 739 
Eighteenth st, part of, at junction with Calumet av \ Reported 1189 

IRe-com 2249 

Fifty-fourth st, between Wallace and Sherman sts. , extended Filed 1289 

One Hundredth st, from Avenue "L" to Avenue "M", part of Reported 319 

Streets, part of, in East }4 fractional Section 8, 37, 15 Filed 118 

Streets and alleys in McChesney's World's Fair Subdivision Reported 859 

West 15.2 feet and adjoining Lots 10, 14 and 15, Block 1, Shimp's Subdivision, etc — S. & A.. S. D. 896 
Vacate and open alley in Block 2, Dunning's Sub. Sec ., 19, 40, 13 Passed 686 

fS. & A., W. D. 136 
Vacate and open alley in Block 8, Hambleton's Sub ., Sec . 35, 40, 13 \ Reported . , . . . 515 

[Passed 686 

Vacate and open alley in Block 8, Sawyer's First Add. to Pullmann -| ' '' ' '^Lo 

Vacate and open alley in John Crawford's et al. Sub . , Sec . 27, 39, 13 Passed 750 

Vacate and open alley in Lots 44 and 51, Sub-lot 63, School Trustees' Sub., Sec. 16, 37, 14, etc 

S. & A., S. D. 1188 

Vacate and open alley in Lull & Mayer's Sub., Block 1, Cochran's Sub. etc J S. & A., T^ . D. 136 

/ Passed 321 

Vacate and open alley in Wadsworth's Add. to Woodlawn Passed 734 

Vacate and open 73d ct . , and open alley in Block 11, Herron's Sub Reported 214 



CCLll IXDEX. 

ORDINAXCES- WATER SERVICE AXD WATER SUPPLY PIPES. 

Page. 

Adams st, from 41st to 43d sts (West) Passed 785 

Addison av, from Lincoln to Ashland avs " 1301 

Albany av, from -^Oth to 27tli sts " 238 

Alley east of E. Ravenswood Park, from Balmoral to Claremont avs ? '• 1419 

Alley east of Western Avenue blvd. from 4Sth to 49th sts " 14I6 

Armour av, from Gai-field av . to south terminus " 74 

Ashland av, from Claremont to Balmoral avs " 1420 

Augusta St, from Campbell av. to Rockwell st " 787 

Avers av, from 14th st. to 300 feet south of 15th st " 562 

Baxter st, from Wellington to Roscoe sts " isi 

Bernice av, from Robey st, to C. & N. W . R . R '' 1261 

Bishop st, from 49th to 6.3d sts •' 1413 

Bishop st, from 5Sth to o9th sts '' 1421 

Bishop st, from 59th to 63d sts " 1421 

Bm-hng st, from Wrightwood av. south 418 feet " 1414 

Bjn-on st, from C. & N. W. R.R " i648 

Central Park blvd, from Central Park av. to Meade st . , north side " 238 

Central Park blvd, from Kedzie to Albany av., north side " 239 

Central Park blvd, from Kedzie av. to Sacramento square ■ " 240 

Central Park blvd, from Kinzie to Indiana sts " 338 

Central Park blvd, from Kinzie st. to Kedzie av., east and south side "■ 239 

Central Park blvd, from Monticello to Central Park avs., north side " 240 

Central Park blvd, from Sacramento sq. north 1375 feet, west side " 238 

Champlain av, from Archer av. to 37th st " 1164 

Charles st, from Hough to 103d sts " 1416 

Clement av. (or Anthony av.) from South Park av. to 70th st " 1413 

Clifton av, from Ogden av. to Douglas blvd •' 1414 

Clifton Park av, from 26th to 28th sts ; •' 1414 

Clinton st, from 90th to 91st sts " 1414 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs '• 1^45 

Cooper st, from 63d to 67th sts " " 1423 

Cornelia st, from Rockwell st to Campbell av " 786 

Crawford av, from Thorndike to Grand avs " 788 

Dauphin av, from 87th to 89th sts " 242 

Dauphin av, from 90th pi. to 92d st., and 92d to 93d sts " 242 

Davis st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1422 

Dayton st, from Rees to Xorth avs " 1163 

Diversey st, from Clybourn av. to Xorth Branch of river " 787 

Douglas av, from Colorado to Albany avs " 1004 

Douglas Park blvd, from Colorado av. to 12th St., west side "' 1165 

Douglas Park blvd, from 175 ft. south of Han-ison st. to Lawndale av., east and south sides " 1165 

Douglas Park blvd, from Lawndale to St. Louis avs " 1165 

Douglas Park blvd, from Lawndale to Turner avs . , south side " 1092 

Douglas Park blvd, from St. Louis av. east 375 feet, north side " 1165 

Douglas Park blvd, from Sawyer to Albany avs., south side " 1092 

Douglas Park blvd, from Sawyer av. to Troy St., north side " 1166 

Douglas Park blvd, from Troy st. to Albany av., north side " 1165 

Douglas Park blvd, from Tm-ner to Sawyer avs., north side " 1166 

Douglas Park blvd, from Turner to Sawyer avs., south side " 1091 

Douglas Park blvd, from 12th st. to Lawndale av., west and south sides. .• " 1092 

Dreyer st, from 47th to 51st sts " 1826 

Dnmimond av, from Augusta to Linwood sts " 788 

Eightv-§eventh pi, from South Park to Dauphin avs " 240 

Eighty-seventh st, from South Park to Dauphin avs " 242 

Eighty-eighth pi, from Daughin av. west 310 feet " 241 

Eighty-eighth pi, from South Park to Cottage Grove avs " 241 

Eighty-eighth st, from Dauphin to Cottage Grove avs " 240 

Eighty-eighth st, from South Park to St. Lawi-ence avs " 243 

Eighty-ninth pi, from South Park to Cottage Grove avs " 241 

Eighty-nmth st, from South Park to Yincennes avs " 964 

Eighty-ninth st, from Yincennes to South Pai"k avs " 241 

Elk Grove av, from Armitage to Western avs '* 1164 

EUis av, from 43d to 46th sts , " . 1578 



INDEX. CCLITI 

ordi:n^ances— WATER SERVICE a:n^d water supply pipes. 

Page. 

Ems st, from Leavitt st. to Western av : Passed 1164 

Escanaba av, from 87th to 91st sts " 236 

Evans av, from 63cl to 69th sts " 1413 

Evergreen av, from Kedzie av. to 375 feet northwest " 1417 

Faye st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W . R. E " 1827 

Fifty-eighth st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs j Def . and Pub". 2352 

/ Passed 2555 

Fillmore st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd Passed 1413 

Fletcher st, from 310 feet west of Western av. to Forest av " 786 

Fourteenth st, from Hamlin to Crawford avs " 243 

Foi'ty-seoond st. (West), from 28th to Pearl sts " 788 

Forty-third st, from Ashland av. to Goodspeed st \ ^^^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

I Passed 2275 

Forty-third st, from Goodspeed st. to Western av Passed 1204 

Forty-eighth st, from Halsted st. to Ashland av " 1648 

Forty-ninth st, from alley east of Western Avenue blvd. to Oakley av " 1415 

Giddings st, from Robey to Leavitt sts " 1204 

Goodspeed st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1423 

Grace st, from Lincoln av. to Robev st " 1420 

Grace st, from Lincoln av. to West Ravenswood Park •' 1420 

Grenshaw st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd " 1414 

Grenshaw st, from 75 feet east of Spaulding av. to Homan av " 787 

Hamlin av, from 14th to 16th sts " 242 

Hamlin av, from Swift to 31st sts " 831 

Homan av, from Kinzie st. to Central Park blvd. . . •• " 1415 

Homan av, from 12th st. to Douglas Park blvd •' 928 

Homan av, from 24th to 25th sts " 1419 

Homan av, from 26th to 28th sts " 1419 

Houston av, from 87th to 93d sts " 783 

Howard av, from North to Humboldt avs " 783 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe to Cornelia sts " 1163 

Hoyne av, from 63rd to 67th sts " 1422 

Huron st, from Leavitt st. to Western av " 2107 

Iowa st, from LincoLa st. to Hoyne av " , 181 

Jackson st, from West 40th to West 46th sts \ -°®^- ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^ 

) Passed 2555 



Jackson st, from 43rd to 46th sts \ Def. and Pub. 1899 

(Passed 1990 

Jamot st, from Robey to Leavitt sts Passed 783 

Jan Huss av, from 14th to 16th sts " 237 

Jefferson av, from Monroe st. to 90 feet south of Franklia st " 1415 

Jimiata av, 275 feet south of 93rd st. to 94th st ; " 785 

Kedzie av, from Garden to Milwaukee avs " 1416 

Keeney av, from North to Humboldt avs " 784 

Lawrence av, from Leavitt to Wright sts " 1302 

Leavitt st, from Addison st. to Nellie av " 787 

Leavitt st, from Clybourn to Belmont av " 1345 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts " 783 

Lexington av, from Garfield blvd. to 40th st " 133 

Lincoln st, from 63d to 67th sts " 1423 

Lubeck st, from Robey st. to Western av '• 1164 

Luther st, from RockweU st. to Washtenaw av " 1418 

Maple st, from 99th st. to Tracy av " 1416 

Marshfleld av, from 61st to 63d sts " 240 

Martin st, from Rockwell st. west 350 feet " 1418 

Matteson st, from Wallace st. to U. S. Y. R. R " 1163 

Meade st, from Fcllerton to Milwaukee avs " 1417 

Melrose st, from Oakley to Western avs " 1420 

Michigan av, from e8th to 71st sts " 243 

Michigan av, form 90th st. to 1.50 feet north of 107th st " 238 

2.39, 
784 



Montana st, from Ashland av. to Perry st. 



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INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— WATER SERVICE AND WATER SUPPLY PIPES. 

Page. 

Moore st, from Washtenaw to Western avs Passed 785 

Moore st. Western a v. to 275 feet east of Washtenaw av , 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Racine av 

Ninetieth pi, from South Park to Cottage Grove avs 

Ninetieth st, from South Park to Langley avs 

Ninely-first st, from Dauphin to South Park avs 

Ninety-second pi, from Cottage Grove to St. Lawrence avs 

Ninety-second pi, from Juniata to Luella avs 

Ninety-second st, from Dauphin av. south , 

Ninety-second st, from St. Lawrence to Cottage Grove avs 

Ninety-third st, from C. & W. I. (Belt Line) R. R. to Cottage Grove av 

Ninety-third st, from Harbor to Commercial avs 

Oakley st, from 63d to 67th sts 

One Hundred and Fourth (or Grove) st, from Church st. to Vincennes av 

Palatine st, from St. Louis av. east 285 feet 

Perry st, from Belmont av. to Wellington st 

Peterson st, from Robey st. to Hoyne av 

Prairie av, from 55th to 61st sts 

Hascher av, from Ashland av. to alley east of E. Ravenswood Park , 

Rhodes av, from 67th st. to Keefe av 

Rice pi, from 22d to Moore sts 

Robey st, from 63d to 67th sts 

Rockwell st, from 40 feet south of Ogden av. south 357 feet 

St. Louis av, from 26th to 28th sts 

Sacramento av, from C. & N. W. R. R. north 415 feet 

Sacramento sq ". , 

School st, from Gross av. to Robey st , 

Seeley av, from Wellington av. to George st , 

Seeley st, from 63d to 67th sts 

Seminary av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st 

Seminary av, from Roscoe st. to Newport av , 

Sixteenth st, from Crawford to Hamlin avs , 

Sixteenth st, from 42d to 43d sts. (West) 

Sherman st, from Root to 43d sts 

South Chicago av, from 125 feet southeast of 73d st. to 76th st 

State st, from 112th to 113th sts 



1418 

1345 

241 

243 

242 

1417 

1285 

242 

1417 

1417 

784 

1423 

1416 

1418 

733 

181 

74 

1420 

1413 

785 

1422 

239 

1419 

133 

240 

963 

786 

1421 

963 

1345 

243 

1415 

1647 

239 

787 

J Def. and Pub. 1872 

"I Passed 1990 

Thirty-ninth st, from Ashland av. to Boulevard Passed 133 



Swan (46th) st, from Stewart av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R. 



Thirty-ninth st, from Archer av. to Robey st 

Tripp av, from North to Humboldt avs 

Troy st, from Kinzie st. to Central Park blvd 

Troy st, from Ohio st. to Central Park blvd 

Twenty-third st, from Sawyer to Turner avs 

Union av, from 71st to 73d sts 

Vail st, from 63d to 67th sts 

Ward st, from Webster to Clybourn av 

Washburne av, from Lincoln to Robey sts 

Webster av, from Ashland av. to East Ravenswood Park. 

Webster av, from Evanston to Southport avs 

Western av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe blvd 

Western av, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st 

Western av, from 63d to 67th sts 

Wharton av, from 52d to 53d sts 

Wilcox st, from 40th to 46th sts. (West) 

Wilson av, from Leavitt to Robey sts 

Winchester st, 63d to 67th sts 

Wolfram st, from Perry st, to Assland av 

Wright st, from Claremont to Balmoral av 

Wrightwood av, from Southport to Clybourn avs 

Yates av, from 71st to 75th sts 



783 

784 

786 

786 

1418 

74 

1423 

1415 

1261 

1419 

733 

1345 

786 

1423 

783 

963 

1421 

1422 

733 

1421 

784 

1164 



INDEX. CCLY 

petitio:n^s and communications. 

Page, 

Alley from Corwln pi. to Blue Island av., for condemnation of S. & A., W. D. 1238 

Alley bet. Sebor and Harrison sts., Desplaines and Halsted sts., to make private. .S. & A., W. D. 536 

Altpeter, Jno. J. , claim for damage to property of Ogden av. viaduct Fin. 486 

American Express Company, at 58 to 74 Custom House pi., permit to repair curb walls. . .Granted. 190 

American Federation of Labor asks use of the Council Chamber Granted. 951 

Amundson, Lars., for refund of special assessment for water service pipes, 870 Seymour st. .Fin. 938 
Annexation of Norwood Park, Election Commissioners asking it be assigned to a ward of 

the city that registration may be providedfor. . . . , Elections. 1156 

Antiseptic Sanitary Company, in re . sewerage system of Chicago H. & C . E . 231 

Anthony, Chas. L., estate of Post, Wm., trustee for relief in re. sundry special assessments..?. W. 848 

Ashfield. Henry, for refund of special assessment Fin. 495 

Ashcroft, Mrs. H. A., claim for personal injuries Fin. 849 

Bartley, Geo . R . , for refund of special assessment of sewer in Wallace st Ein . 556 

Baum, S. G., claim for loss of horse Fin. 894 

Becking, Magdaline, for pecuniary help Fin. 2207 

Biffar, P., complaint against Parmelee Omnibus Company, alleged overcharge Filed. 1298 

BowerSt H. J., claim for personal injuries Fin. 941 

Brada, Josephine, claim for personal injuries Fin. 1238 

Brauwer, Dora, claim for personal injuries Fin. 176 

Brinkley, E. H., asks to represent somebody at the Antwerp Belgian "World's Fair. ."World's Fair. 1195 

Bridge, Main st, to have police officers nights Granted. 851 

Brown, Geo., claim for personal injuries to his daughter Fin. 160 

Broman, C. H., withdrawing consent in re. Ogden Street Ry. Co. on 25th st S. & A., "W. D., 90 

Burke Bros., claim for $5,000 on account of failure of city to collect j Fin 800 

special assessment for sewers in 26th st | Taken from file and re-com. 1667 

Bums, Thos., claim for personal injuries Fin. 197 

Butcher, Mrs. Martha, claim for personal injuries Fin. 1108 

Carroll, John, claim for injuries and death of his daughter Fin. 894 

Carroll, Thos., for damage to horse and cab Fin. 390 

Carlson, John, claim for personal injuries Pin. 2217 

Central improvement Club, 26th ward, for gas mains and lamps on Robey St., from Montrose blvd. 

to Pensacola av., thence west to Lincoln av G. O. & E. L. 1844 

City printing, in re Fin. 1401 

City printing, the "Dispatch" in re Def. and Pub. 1454 

City printing, awarding to the "Mail" Fin. 1336 

Clark, Mrs. L. M., claim for personal injuries Fin. 2529 

Cooney, P., Throop st. (318), for rebate on water service pipes, WaiTant 16578 Fin. 1870 

County Commissioners, sewerage at the insane asylum, asking for a conference committee in re. 

Fin. 426 

Connors, John, rebate of water tax Con. in 499 

Congregational Club, in re. suitable hall for large gatherings, etc Fin. 1067 

Corey, Thos. T., property owners protest against his moving church, etc S. & A., S. D. 313 

Creamery Package Mfg. Co., west end Washington st. viaduct, permit to lay wire. .S_ & A., W. D. 1072 
Crossing, Ogden av. and Adams st., to reconstruct with granite block, referred with power to act 

P. W 92r 

Crossing, 64th st. and Myrtle av., to lay stone crossing Granted 565 

Culleeny, Daniel, claim for loss of horse Fin. 492 

Demling, Jos., claim for shortage account, sidewalk and crossing Fin. 1182 

Ditches bet. 47th and 63d sts , crossing the Robey st. sewer, to have opened Granted 2363 

Dock property, South Fork of the Chicago River, south of Fuller st., asking protection of, dredg- 
ing of, etc Fin. 1568 

Dorn, Gay, for rebate of special assessment, sale of Lot 13, Block 7, Stave & Klemens' Sub Fin. 1481 

Drains, Lunt av. (Rogers Park), from C, M. & St. P. R. R. east P. "W. 1607 

Drains, Newport av., from Clark st. to Racine av P. "W. 308 

Drains, Seventieth st., from "Wentworth av., to C, R. I. & P. R. R P. "W. 145 

Duffy, Frank, claim for personal injuries Fin. 1085 

Dwyar, "Walter, claim for horse injuries Fin. 850 

Electric Lights — 

Ashland av, bet. 55th and 59th sts Granted 1010 

Dexter av, bet. "Wallace and Wright sts Granted 229^ 

Comer 80th and "Wright sts Granted 1186 

Comer 81st st. and Lyons av Granted 1186 

Comer 81st and "Wright sts - Granted 1186 



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PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 

Electric Llghts-r Page. 

Corner 86tli pi. and iSangamon st Granted 1187 

Korssell, C. F. P., for franchise during World's Fair Granted 566 

Peoples' Light and Power Co., permit for poles and wires on Madison av. , to rescind 

• G. , O. & E. L. 698 

Corner 70th st. and Union av. (Winter st.) Granted 656 

At intersection of 71st st. and Emerald av Granted 1431 

Corner 72d and Peoria sts Granted 1845 

Corner 78th st. and Emerald av Granted 2123 

Shields av, from 43d to 45th sts G., O. & E. L. 400 

Shields av, from 53d to 55th sts., to put in service Granted 1549 

Corner 68th and Yale sts Granted 897 

Sullivan, A. N. & Co., permit to cross sundry streets during World's Fair Granted 542 

Viaduct, Clark st. , north end Granted 308 

Ewing av, from 94th to 99th sts Granted 746 

Engine House and Fire Co., cor. of Lincoln and Graceland avs Fin. 1433 

Espert, Michael, withdrawing from petition of Lake Street L Road S. &A.,W. D. 190 

Espert, Michael, in re. his petition of Lake Street L Eoad S. & A., W. D. 231 

Falconer, Mrs. Kate, claim for personal injuries , Fin. 805 

1 Fin 92 

Parley, Jno. W., claim for work done on Madison st. sewer ■< ' 

I Fin . 1283 

Farrell, Martin, claim for loss of horse and damage to carriage Fin. 1454 

Fire Alarm Box, cor. 50th st. and Princeton av Granted 1550 

First National Bank, judgment of Geo. J. Williams against city, demanding payment of Fin. 1516 

Fruit Stand, cor. Sedgwick st. and North av., for removal of Granted 396 

Fi'uit Stand, cor. Sedgwick st. and North av .F. & W. 573 

Gannon, R. A., for refund of Special Assessments Fin. 711 

Garbage, Chemical Garbage Reduction Go., in re. cremation of Fin. 535 

Garbage, Engle Sanitary and Cremation Co., in re. disposal of Fin. 2340 

Gas Mains and Lamps, Robey st., from Montrose blvd. to Pensacola av., thence west to Lincoln 

av G . , O . & E . L . 1844 

Godelman, Aug., claim for personal injuries — Fin. 650 

Gordon, Miss Anna A., presenting drinking fountain to the city Accepted 1068 

Gowan, Geo. T., claim for personal injuries Fin. 302 

Grade, FuUerton av, at intersection with Surry ct. and Herndon St., to change Granted 1551 

Grade, Sherman st., from 69th to 71st sts., to change P. W. 400 

Griese, F., claim for personal injuries Fin. 644 

Griffin, Thos. A., subway at Sacramento av., to turn over to city S. & A., W. D. 600 

Gypsies, camping on 35th st., permit them to remain Granted 390 

Haussner, Chas., for refund of interest paid on special assessments Fin. 846 

Hayes, D. H., special assessments for sidewalk laid wrong by the city, for rebate Fin. 357 

Henry, John, claim for damage to carriage Fin. 160 

Herndon st, part of, occupied by C, M. & St. P. R. R. tracks, for restoration of Com. Select. 2007 

Hesing, Postmaster, street name numbers, etc., in re. the many duplicated, etc., partial list of, Pub. 1628 

Hess Elevator Co. , to retain street scales in present position Granted 304 

Holmes, Geo. B., claim for services in re. Fernwood annexation Fin. 2004 

Honing, Bernhard, receiver South Park Club, for rebate on unused saloon license Fin. 261 

Horn, John, claim for personal injuries Fin. 1952 

Hull st, from Eugenia to Menomonee sts., bet. Cleveland and Hudson avs., change name to St. 

Michaels pi P. W. 1315 

Improvements — 

Alleys bet. Albany and Kedzie avs, Polk and Lexington sts., for repeal ' — P. W. 1886 

Alleys from Albany to Sacramento avs., between Walnut and Lake sts. , for repeal P. W, 1279 

Alleys in Block 4, Walker & Armour's Addition, for repeal P. W. 802 

Alleys in Block 26, Ogden's Addition, to stay coll Granted 846 

Alley between Campbell av. and Rockwell st, Polk and Harrison sts., for repeal. . . — Granted 93 

Alley bet. Congress and Harrison sts., Campbell av. and Union pi P. W. 1886 

Alley, first north of Congress, bet. Winchester and Lincoln sts., for repeal P. W. 1435 

Alley bet. Congress, Van Buren and Throop sts. and Centre av., for repeal P. W. 258 

Alley bet. Desplaines, Halsted, Mather and Polk sts., for repeal S. & A., W. D. 488 

Alley from 18th to 21st sts., bet. Halsted and Johnson sts., for repeal P. W. 800 

Alley from Evanston av. west, bet. Graceland av. and Edgecomb ct., to stay Granted 572 

Alley from Evanston av. west, bet. Graceland av. and Edgecomb ct., for repeal (two petitions) 

P. W. 572 



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CCLYII 



PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 

Improvements- ^ Page. 

Alley bet. 49th and 50th sts., Ellis av. and Drexel blvd., to stay Granted 481 

Alley bet. Fremont and Bissell sts., Belden and Webster ars., to stay Granted 2112 

Alley bet. Garfield av., Grove ct., Larrabee and Orchard sts., to stay ; . , . .Granted 1607 

Alley bet. Halsted and Union sts., Evans ct. and 18th st., to stay Granted 800 

Alley bet. Harding and Crawford avs.. Lake st. and Park av., for repeal P. W. 1279 

Alley bet. Harrison st. and Hubbard ct., Michigan and Wabash avs., for repeal P. W. 1474 

Alleys in Carter H. Harrison's Addition, for repeal P. W. 2017 

AUev bet. Hoyne av. Leavitt, Harrison and Congress sts., for repeal P. w. 1476 

Alley bet. Huron, Erie, Lincoln and Robey sts p. w. 491 

Alley bet. Irving and Oakley avs., from Polk st. to 100 feet north of Taylor st., for repeal 

P. W. 1554 

Alley bet. Jackson blvd. and Owasco St., Rockwell st. and Washtenaw av., stay coll. Granted 804 

Alley east and west, L. S. & M. S. R. R., from 31st to 33d sts., to stay Granted 1114 

Alley bet. Lake st. Washington blvd., California av. and Clarkson ct., for repeal P. W. 1838 

Alley bet. Langley and Cottage Grove avs., 38th and 39th sts. , for repeal P. W. 1889 

Alley bet. Larrabee st. and Gault pi. , from Hobble to Elm sts., for repeal .P. W. 708 

Alley bet. Larrabee st. and Lincoln av. , Webster and Belden avs Granted 2112 

Alley bet. Lincoln av. , Wisconsin and Sedgwick sts . , for repeal P. W. 103 

Alley bet. Madison and Monroe sts., from Western av. east to 963 Monroe St., for repeal. .P. W. 160 

Alley bet. Madison and Warren avs., Rockwell st. and California av., to stay Granted 2367 

Alley bet . Michigan and Indiana avs . 30th and 31st sts . , for repeal S. &A.,S.D. 161 

Alley bet. North av. and Starr st., Sedgwick and Frankhn sts., for repeal Granted 1884 

Alley bet. Oakley and Claremont avs., Congress and Van Bui-en sts., for repeal P. W. 1886 

Alley from Oak to Hills sts . , bet . Franklin and Market sts . , for repeal P . W . 708 

Alley from Orchard to Larrabee sts., bet. Kemper pi. and Belden av., to stay Granted 1280 

AUey bet. Osgood st. and Seminary av., Webster and Belden avs., for repeal. .S. & A., N. D. 1884 

Alley from Polk to Taylor sts . , bet . Marshfield and Ashland avs P . W . 849 

AUey bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., LeMoyne and Fowler sts. (Block 8, Lee's Add.), for re- 
peal p. W. 1885 

Alley bet. Robey St. and Hoyne ave., E wing pi. and LeMoyne st. (Block 4, Lee's Addition), 

for repeal P. W. 1885 

Alley from Root to 42d St., bet.H alsted St. and Emerald av., to proceed without disturbing 

building., Granted 654 

Alley bet. Rush st. and State st., Walton pi. and Oak St., for stay Granted 198 

Alley from Sacramento to Albany avs., bet. Polk and Lexington sts., for repeal P. W. 492 

Alley from Samuel st. to Wood st., bet. Jane and Division sts., for repeal P. W. 1885 

Alley bet. Seminary av. and Osgood st., Belden and FuUerton avs., for repeal. . .S. & A., N. D. 1884 

AUev from Schiller st. to connect with alley from Goethe st., etc Granted 1281 

Alley bet. Sheffield av. and Osgood st., Belden and FuUerton avs., for repeal S. & A., N. D, 1884 

Alley bet. Shober s.t. and Wabansia av., from North av. to Leavitt st., to stay. . .S. & A., W. D. 1477 

Alley west of Stony Island av., from Jackson Park terrace to 65th terrace P. W. 116 

Alley bet. Thirty -fifth St., Bryant, Vincennes and Rhodes av., for repeal S. &A.,S. D. 89 

Alley from Twenty-first to 22d sts., bet. Halsted and Johnson sts., for repeal P. W. 800 

Alley from Twenty-eighth pi. to 31st st., bet. Fifth and Wentworth avs P. w. 2289 

Alley bet. Union Park pi. and Fulton st.. Lake st. and St. John's pi., to stay Granted 741 

Alley bet. Van Buren and Congress sts., Campbell av. and Cicero ct., for repeal P. W. 492 

Alley bet. Webster, Belden, Racine and Clifton avs., for repeal S. & A., N. D. 1884 

Alley from Webster to Belden, bet. Seminary and Clifton avs., for repeal P. W. 1884 

AUey bet. Winonester av. and Robey st., Congress and Van Buren sts., for repeal P. W. 1485 

Alley bet. Wood and Samuel sts., from Jane to Emily sts., to stay Granted. 1886 

Alley bet. Wrightwood av. and Deming ct., Clark st. and Hampden ct., by private contract. . . 

■• • • ' Granted. 256 

Aberdeen st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th St., for repeal.' 2006 

Adams st, from Canal to Halsted sts., granite blocks, for repeal P. W. 573 

Adams st, from 40th to 46th sts., west P. W. 811 

Albany av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd P. W. 1017 

Archer av, to repair P. W. 1011 

Ashland av, from Lawrence to Webster avs p. w. 201 

Atlantic st, from Garfield blvd. to 58th st p. w. 114 

Bryn Mawr av, from Clark st. to Evanston av P. W. 2365 

Carpenter st, from Garfield blvd. to 59th st., for repeal P. W. 2006 

Cass st, from Michigan to Rush sts P. W. 148 

Cedar st, from UUman to Benson sts., to stay *. Granted. 2005 



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INDEX. 



PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 

Improvements— ^ Page. 

Central Park av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd P. W. 850 

Champlain st, from Archer av. to 37th st., to stay Granted. 1435 

Commercial st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs., for stay S. & A., N. D 706 

Commercial st, from Paulina st. to Terra Corta st P. W. 1551 

Congress st, from 5th av. to Franklin st., for repeal P. W. 1664 

Cottage Grove av, from 71st to 75th sts., stay coll .' Granted 1351 

Cross st, from Lyman to 31st sts., to stay i Granted 1835 

Dayton st, from Kees st. to North av., for repeal P. W. 1884 

Dearborn st, bet. Jackson and Polk sts., that order for be vacated S. & A., S. D. 1114 

Dearborn st, bet. Madison and Monroe sts., for repeal S. & A., S. D . 1240 

Division st, from State st. to Lake Shore drive P. W. 652 

Duncan Park, from Wright to Wallace sts., to stay Granted 1881 

Ellis av, from 71st st. to South Chicago av P. W. 1847 

Emerald av, bet. 56th and 59th sts., to pave with cedar blocks instead of macadam 

S. &A., S. D. 654 

Englewood av, bet. Stewart av. and Wright St., to repair Granted 1222 

Erie st, from La Salle av. to State st., for repeal P. W. 353 

Erie st, from Clark to State sts P. W. 1111 

Erie st, from Clark to State sts., for repeal Granted 1905 

Evans av, bet. 63d and 69th sts., asphalt, for repeal P. W. 1878 

Fay st, from Lincoln av. to C. & N. W. R. K P. W. 983 

Ferdinand st, from Armour to Noble st P. W. 849 

Ferdinand st, from Armour to Noble st., for repeal P. W. 1886 

Fifty-second st, from Morgan st. to Centre av., for repeal P. W. 1909 

Fifty-fourth st, from Drexel blvd. to Woodlawn av P. W. 1431 

Fillmore st. from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd P. W. 1183 

Fillmore st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd., for repeal P. W. 1940 

, P W 

Flournoy st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd 



^P. W 1183 

Forty-first st, from Halsted st. to P. & Ft. W. R. R., to stay .' Granted 2363 

Forty-sixth st, from Union st. to Stewart av., to stay Granted 2123 

Forty-seventh st, from Halsted st. to Stewart av., to stay S. & A., S. D. 703 

Forty-eighth st, from Halsted to Wood sts P. W. 145 

Forty -eighth st, from Madison to Woodlawn avs. , to stay Granted 481 

^ . ^ „ ^. . . , , ^, . j S. & A., W. D. 94 

Francisco st, from Division st. to Chicago av •< 

Frankfort st, from Western to Oakley avs , P. W. 2291 

Fulton st, from Desplaines to Halsted sts. , for repeal P. W. 1111 

Gladys av, from 40th st. to W. 46th pi P. W. 1108 

Gordon st, from Wentworth to Stewart avs., for repeal P. W. 1881 

Gracce st, from Southport av. to Ravenswood Park, to stay S. & «fe., N. D. 706 

Grenshaw st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd P.W. 1183 

Grenshaw st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd, for repeal, P.W. 1886 

Harding av, from Lake to Kinzie sts., for repeal Granted 2218 

|P. W 803 

Harvard st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd \ P. W 888 

[p. W 1183 

Herndon st, from Wellington st. to Lincoln av., for repeal P. W. 843 

Herndon st, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st P. W. 1281 

Hoyne av, from Washington to Jackson blvds, asphalt P. W. 574 

Hoyne av, from Washington to Jackson blvds. , asphalt, for repeal Granted 979 

Hoyne av, from Roscoe blvd. to Belmont av., for repeal P. W. 1906 

Indiana av, from 12th to 13th sts S. & A., S. D. 534 

Indiana st, from Clark to St. Clair sts. , for repeal Granted 1906 

Institute pi, from Mai'ket st. to west terminus, for repeal Granted 572 

Jackson st, from 40th to 46th sts . (West) P. W. 811 

Jan Huss av, from Harrison to Taylor sts P. W. 888 

Leavitt st, from Clybourn to Belmont avs., to stay Granted 983 

Leland av, from Robey to Leavitt sts., to stay Granted 2006 

Lexington st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd P. W. 803 

Lexington st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd P. W. 883 

Lexington st, from Crawford av. Douglas blvd P. W. 1183 

Loomis st, from 47th st to Garfield blvd. , macadam, for repeal P. W . 250 



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CCLIX 



PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 

Improvements— p 

Loomis St, from 47th to 49tli sts., for stay Granted ^sS 

La Salle av, from Division to Clark sts ' ....,.'.'.'. . . .p w 1184 

La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Division st p ' w 1281 

La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st., wooden block S. & A." N. D ' 103 

La Salle av, from Chicago av. to Clark st., asphalt, for repeal S. & A.! N. D 2101 

Maple st, from Halsted st. to Union av., to push the improvement Granted 1108 

Marianna st, from Lincoln to Southport avs. P. W. 653 

Market st, from Eandolph to Madison sts . , for repeal ". . .8 &A "s D 1240 

Mattison st, from Wallace st. toU.S.Y.&T.R.R. tracks, for repeal ............ . " P W 1844 

Mattison st, from Wallace st. to U. S. Y. & T. R. R. tracks, to stay coll S&A SD 2204 

Millard av, from 12th st. to Douglas blvd P -^ §59 

Milwaukee av, from Chicago to North avs., for repeal '. .'.*.'.*.".'.*.'.'.*.'.*.'..'..'..'.'... '.Granted. 1605 

Montana st, from Racine av, to Surry ct ' p w" 895 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Racine av I> w 308 

Ninety-first st, from I . C . R . R . to South Park av. , for repeal . .' . .' .' .' .' . ." .' . . . * .' ." .' ." ' .' .' * ,' .* ." .' . . . p w 478 

Ninety-first st, from Cottage Grove to South Park avs., for stay '.'.Granted 816 

Noble av, from Ashland av. to Woodst > P ^- ^4^ 

Normanav o ir a w -r. Anr. 

. S. <fe A., W. D. 490 

Oak st, from Larrabee st. to Hawthorne av., to stay Granted. 807 

Ogden av, at intersection with Adams st. crt)ssing, referred with power to act. . . . .'..'.". . . .p. w! 93 

Paulina st, from Lincoln to Berteau avs., to stay S. & A , N D 706 

Pearl st, bet. Garfield and Webster avs., to stay '.!..!.'..!..... .Granted 982 

Peoria st, from 59th to 63d sts., for repeal '....'..*"..*."..'.... .P W 482 

Perry st, from FuUerton av. to Montana st .!............. . . . *. '. '. .p! w. 148 

fP. W. 803 
Polk st, from Crawford av. to Douglas blvd { P. W. 888 

-„ . , • Ip. W. 1183 

Racme av, from C, M. & St. P. R. R. to Clark st., for repeal P. W. 653 

Racme av, from Belmont av. to Clark st., not to repeal S. & 'a' N D 808 

Eandolph st, from Halsted to Ann sts., for repeal .'p w " 1111 

Robey st, from Archer av. to 37th st., to stay '.'..'.'.'....'..,..,... .Granted 1888 

Rosenmerkle st., from WaDace to Wright sts .'..".*.'.'..'.*,'.... .p. w 812 

Rumsey st., from Indiana to Ohio sts '. .'. . . .S.' &'a'.' W. D 392 

St. Elmo st, from Lincoln av. to Wood St., for repeal .'.p. w. 937 

St. Elmo st, from Lincoln av. to Wood st. , for repeal .".'...'.'.' .P. W. 2122 

St. Louis av, from Madison st. to Colorado av., for repeal P. W. 848 

St. Louis av, from Madison st. to Colorado av., for repeal '.'.".'.'.'.'.'.*.'. Granted 979 

School st, from Lincoln av. to Clark st ; .". . .P. W 809 

School st, from Clark st. to Racine av., for stay *.'.'.'.*..'.*..'..'.".'... .'Granted 1661 

Seventieth st, from Western av. to C, R. I. & P. Ry '.'.*.'.'.'.. . .p. w 145 

Seventieth st, from Perry st. to Vincennes av .'..".'.'....!'. '.P. W. 350 

Seventy-ninth st, from Halsted st . to Western av. , for repeal ....'...''...'.. .p. w.' 987 

Sheldon st, from Washington to Madison sts., asphalt, for repeal ..'.".* .P.' W.' 1182 

Sherman st, bet. 56th and 59th sts., to pave with cedar blocks instead of macadam . S. «fe A., S D 654 

Sherman st, bet. Harrison and Polk sts., for repeal P. W " 2019 

Shields av, from 43d to 45th sts., for postponement of .'. S* "& A.i S . D 769 

Shields av, from 43d to 45th sts., for repeal ] , .'.p," ^y ' igg^ 

Sixty-third st, from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. R. R '.'.'.!'.*.'.!'.!!'.! *.p' W 540 

Sixty-third pi, from I. C. R. R. to Grace av '.P. W. 1847 

Sixty-third st, from Wentworth av. to Stewart av., for repeal .V.W 1880 

Sixty-fifth st, from State St. to C.,R. I. & P. R. R., for repeal ...P.'w'l880 

South Park av, from 87th to 91st sts., for repeal P.' w' 2124 

Spaulding av, from 22d to 24th sts., for repeal '..."..'. '.P. W. 1903 

Springer av, from Laurel to Waterville sts. , to stay .,,,, ^Granted 390 

Streets bet. 69th and 71st sts . , Woodlawn av. and I. C. R. R., to stay S. & A., S. D. 1847 

Sundry streets, Green, Peoria, Sangamon, 67th and 69th sts., cedar block (5-year plan). .P. W. 2362 

Sundry streets 34th ward, for repeal p! w' 1878 

Surry ct, from Fullerton av. to Dunning st '..!.".. .P. W. 895 

Swan st, from Wentworth av. to west terminus, for repeal P. W 1881 

System of streets bet. 69th and 71st sts., Woodlawn av. and I. C. R. R., to let cont'r'ac't for. . . 

n,. .''"'."''"' \ • • Granted 1611 

Thirty-sixth st, from Halsted to Laurel sts. , to stay Granted 715 

Thirth-seventh ct, from Halsted to Laurel sts . , to stay .' . . .Granted 183f» 



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PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 

Improvements— Page. 

Thomas st. bet. Wood and Leavitt sts. (all improvements), to stay — Granted 1885 

. Turner av, from 22d to 24th sts., for repeal P. W. 1903 

Twentieth st, from State to Clark sts., for repeal P. W. 534 

Twenty-first st, from Johnson st. to Centre av., for repeal S. & A., W. D. 261 

Union av, bet . 56th and 59th sts . , to pave with cedar block instead of macadam . . S . & A . , S . D . 654 

Union av. (Winter st.), from 59th to 61sts. . .• P. W. 1010 

Union av, from 60th to Gunn sts., for repeal P. W. 1010 

Waldo pi, from Desplaines to Halsted sts., for repeal P. W. 1236 

Ward st, from Clybourn to Fullerton avs., to stay Granted 1184 

Western av, from Fullerton to Belmont avs., to have the work done, else cancel contract and 

refund money Granted 847 

Wilson av, from Robey to Leavitt sts P. W. 1350 

Wright st, from 39th to 43d sts., to stay Granted 812 

Wrightwood av, from Southport to Clybourn avs . , to stay Granted 809 

fFin 802 

Jaxon, H. J., claim for pay for sidewalk construction i Fin 1252 

[Filed 1822 

Johnson, Mrs. B. J., claim for personal injuries Fin. 889 

Johnson, Nels V., for refund of special assessment, account water service pipes .Fin. 936 

Jones, J. H., claim for damage to horse and buggy • Fin. 815 

Kaminski, John, claim for personal injuries Fin. 847 

Katzman, Wm., claim for injuries to his daughter , Fin. 2295 

Kennedy, John, claim for refund of fine Fin. 769 

Kroon, Antje, claim for personal injuries Fin. 126 

Labor Agencies, to abolish Jud. 951 

Lamps, Union av. bet. 60th and 61st sts. to place on posts already erected and put in service . Granted 1108 
Lamp Posts- 
Adams av, from 74th to 75th sts ." P- W. 1106 

Atlantic st, from 55th to 58th sts P. W. 897 

Commercial st, from Graceland to Berteau avs P. W. 809 

Dobson av, from 77th to 79th sts P- W. 1106 

EUis av, from 74th to 75th sts • P- W. 1106 

Fifty-fourth st, from Drexel to Woodlavm avs P. W. 1431 

Greenwood, Dobson, Ellis, Rhodes, Shell, Drexel and Woodlawn avs. and 72d and 73d sts. P. W. 990 

La Salle st, cor. 59th st, to repair and light Granted. 1186 

Lincoln st, from Chicago av. to Thomas st P. W. 259 

Maple St. from Halsted st. to Union av. to place on posts already erected and put in 

service Granted. 1108 

Myrtle av, cor. 64th st P- W 567 

Ninety-third st P- W. 542 

Nutt av, from 80th to 81st st P- W. 1106 

Oak Grove av, from Clark st. to Racine av F.W. 1434 

Paulina st, from 47th to 51st sts Granted. 146 

Seventy-sixth pi, from Stony Island to Jefferson avs .P. W. 1106 

Seventy-sixth st, from Stony Island to Madison avs P. W. 1106 

Sherman st, from 69th to 71st sts P. W. 254 

Sherman st, bet. 69th and 71st sts., to light them Granted 987 

Stony Island av P. W. 542 

Sundry Streets, Thirty-f ourth ward P. W. 

Wilson av, from Robey to Leavitt sts P. W. 

Wood st, from 47th to 51st sts., Granted 

Legg, Emma, claim for personal injuries - Fin. 

Lippert, Marg., claim for personal injuries Fin. 

Liska, Peter, permit for fruit stand at 63d and Halsted Granted 

Logan, Thos., claim for personal injuries Fin. 

Lutter, John, lamps at Washington Heights, in re. lighting of Fin. 

McBean & Co., claim for interest account improving Indiana av Fin. 

McDonough, Jos., claim for personal injuries Fin. 

McElhany, claim for personal injuries Fin. 

McNulty, P. J., claim for interest due on contract for sewer in W. 12th st Fin . 

Madison Park Stables (Kimball's Livery), claim for damage to carriage Fin. 1284 

Madden, M. B., Chairman Finance Committee, question of personal privilege Pub. 1157 

Maguy, Dr., F. A . , for service Fin. 1912 



900 
352 
146 
575 
1606 
144 
843 
51 
302 
395 
260 
496 



INDEX. 



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PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 

Page. 

Mandel, Hannah, claim for personal injuries Fin. 937 

Manufactures Building, World's Fair, to secure it and place it on the Lake Front W. &P. G. 1112 

Manufactures Building, World's Fair, citizens asking that it be placed on Lake Front, W. & P. G 

W. &P. G... 



Manufactures Building, World's Fair, for removal to Lake Front. 



W. 
W. . 

Fin. 



P. 
P. 



G. 
G. 



. 1238 
. 1183 
. 1195 
. 1250 
. 1252 

Mann, O. L., claim for personal injm-ies Fin. 492 

Market st, (North) from Kinzie to Division sts . , change name, etc Com . Select 185J2 

Martin, Thos. H. , claim for personal injuries Fin. 600 

Masterson, Mrs. K., claim for loss of her son * Fin. 846 

Mascoutah Kennel Club, for permit for banners Granted 1835 

Madsen, M. P. , for refund of money paid for license , Fin. 742 

Mitchell, Nelson, claim for personal injuries Fin 1432 

Montgomery, Ward & Co., permit for banner at Michigan av. and Madison st S. & A. S. D. 974 

Moore, Mrs. O. W., claim for personal injuries Fin. 1282 

Morrissey, Thos. E., claim for damage to horse , » Fin. 714 

Murphy, Daniel, claim for refund of special assessment Fin. 816 

Oakland Club, in re. removal of Union Stock Yards and Transit Co. railway tracks from sundry 

streets Pub. and Filed 2360 

Oakley av, bet. Washington blvd. and Kinzie st., to clean Granted 711 

Obstructions, etc., alley bet. Clark St., Dearborn av. and North av. (Plaza flats), to remove, 

etc Granted 2008 

O'Donnell, Edw., claim for $25 account of discounting voucher for special assessment Fin. 541 

O'Leary, P., bridge tender, claim for pay for service Fin. 90 

Open- 
Alley south of Archer av., bet. Bonfield st. and Elias ot. to Lyman st P. W. 1475 

Alley bet. Center av. and May st., from 51st st. to 53d sts S. & A., S. D. 1659 

Alley bet. Carroll av. and Fulton st., Elizabeth and Ann sts., for repeal P. W. 2367 

Alley bet. Claremont, Balmoral and Evanstonavs. and C, E. «fe L. S. R. R. (Block 4, Cochran's 

Sub.) P. W. 2207 

Alley from Corwin pi. to Blue Island av P. W. 1941 

Alley bet. Dearborn av, and State st., from Schiller st. south, for repeal S. & A., N. D. 1479 

Alley bet. Deering st. and Haines ct., south of and adjoining Archer av P. W. 1278 

Alley bet. 51st and 52d sts., May st. and Center av P. W. 1853 

Alley bet. Harrison and Floumoy sts., Sacramento av. and Francisco st P. W. 2017 

Alley west of Joseph st., from Hickory st. to C. & A. R. R P. W. 800 

Alley north from Locust st . , bet. Milton av . and Townsend st . , for repeal P . W . 982 

Alley from 30th st, north, bet. South Park and Vernon avs., through to Vernon av. .S. & A., S. D. 161 

Center st., from Racine av. west to the river S. & A., N. & W. D. 103 

Center st. , from Racine av. west to the river, for repeal S. & A., W. D . 712 

Congress st., from Homan av. to Central Park, for rescinding stay of coll Granted 803 

Grand av, from Western av. to Dodge st P . W . 254 

Lowe av, from 39th to 41st sts., and to change name S. & A., S. D. 576 

Robey st, from Fullerton av. to North Branch of the River P. W. 1477 

Roscoe st, from Clark st. to Shefifteld av P. W. 2562 

Seventy-ninth st, across L. S . & M. S. and P. , Ft. W. & C. R. R Granted 116 

Sixtieth st, from Wentworth av. to State st P. W. 1432 

Stewart av, from 43d to 47th sts P. W. 1432 

Washtenaw av, from Harrison st. to Washington blvd. . to stay collection Granted 712 

Webster av, from North Branch of River to Elston av S. & A., W. & N. D. 806 

Open and extend Fall st, from Warren av. to Madison st. , to stay collection for Granted 805 

Open and widen Sacramento av, from 22d to 24th sts., for repeal P. W. 1837 

Otis & Graves, attorneys for Jane M. Rowley, Harriet A. Adams and Jane W. Buss, for damage 

to property pin. 197 

Palmer & Co., claim for materials for improving Peoria, Sangamon, Morgan and Green sts. . .Pin. 644 

Parks, West Chicago Park, commissioners in re. the improvement of Douglas blvd Fin. 769 

Pease, S. N., claim for personal injuries Fin. 759 

Peddlers, Independent Peddlers' Association, for certain legislation License 103 

Philadelphia City Council, resolution of thanks for entertainment, etc., during Liberty Bell cere- 

oionies ^ Pub. and FUed 286 

Police, General Superintendent, asks use of Council Chamber for meeting visiting chiefs. .Granted 175 
Police Court at Kensington, to have established Police 2202 



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Page. 

Police Patrol Box, cor. Porestville av. and 45th St., to City Electrician '. 1195 

Police Patrol Box, cor. Lincoln av. and Ellen st Granted 1553 

Polk St., bet. Centre av. and Loomis st. (abutting on Vernon Park), to turn over to West Park 

Commissioners S. & A., W. D. 1841 

Powell, Geo. J. , claim for shortages account of sidewalk constructions pin. 1108 

Prescott, Mrs . R., claim rebate for assessment for wooden box drain Fin. 1847 

Pnlsifer, E. F., permit to excavate alley S. & A., S. D. 1602 

Quinn Chapel, A. M. E., for rebate of taxes pin. 11 

Railroads- 



Archer av., property owners against trolly system S. & A., S. D. 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Company, warehouse on dock line foot of 17th st. 



1888 



652 
653 

846 



> F. & W. 976 

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, to vacate part of W. 22d st. S. & A., W. D. 192 
Chicago City Railway Company— 

In re . sundry pending ordinances permitting electric power, etc 2504 

For railway on 63d St., from Cottage Grove av. to State st S. & A., S. D. 988 

For railway on Wallace st., from 39th to Root sts S. & A., S. D. 986 

Overhead wires or trolly system, protection against S . & A . , S . D . 1238 

Property owners consent for railway on Centre av., from 47th to 63d sts. . . .S. «fe A.,' S. D. 2123 

Detroit Stove Works, for switch track S. & A., S. D. 302 

Elevated railroad on Menominee st. and North Pai'k av., against S. & A., N. D., 158 

Elevated railroad on Menominee st., against S. & A., N. D., 1434 

I. C. R. R., tracks on Linden av., for removal of Granted. 2295 

Jefferson Street Railway Co., asking that ordinance be amended as to time limit Granted. 1 

Lake Street Elevated Railroad, citizens in re. extension of Granted. 1237 

Lake View, citizens for trolly system of rapid transit Filed. 1843 

Lake View district, for trolley system , Filed. 1883 

Milwaukee Bridge and Iron Works, for private switch track Granted. 1040 

N. Y., C. & St. L. Ry. Co., to place culvert at 91st st = Granted. 2202 

North Chicago Electric Ry. Co., property owners for railway on Lincoln and I ^^' ^^^ ^^®^- ^^^^ 

Milwaukee avs., for verification 1 P. W 1227 

LP. W 1281 

North Chicago Street R. R. Co., people between Dewey ct. and Graceland av. ask for better 

service , S. & A., N. D., 

North Chicago Street R. R. Co., Mayor to request better service Granted. 

North Chicago Street Railroad Company in 'ilst ward to abate the gas motors. . .S. & A.,N. D. . 
North Chicago Street Railroad Company ask to withdraw the ord. of March 12, 1894, for tracks 

on Southport and Evanston avs., and in lieu present substitute ord Pub.and S. & A., N. D. 2267 

North Chicago and West Chicago Street Railroad, Mr. Yerkes President, in re., use of over- 
head wires, etc r. r. 1195 

North Side Elevated Street Railway Company, property owners for franchise . . .S. & A., N. D. 2009 

Ott & Co, permit for switch tracks across Lessing st S. & A., W. D. 102 

Perrin & Co, svntch track across Loomis st. bet. 45th and 46th sts S. & A., S. D. 1481 

Street railway on FuUerton av, protesting against Pub. and filed. 1109 

TJnion Stock Yards and Transit Company, R.R. tracks, citizens protesting against. S. & A.,S. D. 2361 
West Chicago Street Railroad Company on Colorado av. to operate or forfeit franchise . Granted. 91 
West Chicago Street Railroad Company on Harrison st., from Western to Kedzie avs., filed 
Dec. 8, 1892, to take from file and refer to S. & A., W. D . 

Rasch, Henry, claim for personal injuries Fin. 

Reese, Dr. S., claim for services at 19th police precinct Fin. 

Reynolds, G. E. and C. J., permit for ofiftce building and temporary sheds at 57th st. and Wash- 
ington av P. & W. 

Richardson, Mary A. , claim for personal injuries , Fin. 

Ring, Mrs., claim for damage to property Fin. 

Roadbed, Melrose st. fromC, M. & St. P. R. R. to Racine av , P. W. 

Roadbed, Roscoe st., from Ashland to Racine avs P. W. 

Roadway, Clifton av., from Wellington st. to Roscoe blvd .P. W. 

Roadway, 54th st.,' from Drexel to Woodlawn avs ". P . W. 

Roadway, May st., from Wrightwood av. to Diversey st P. W. 

Roadway, Park av., from Crawford av. to Belt Line av. (46th st.) p. W. 2359 

Rogers rd, from Asbury av. to east line Town of Niles, change name to Touhy av. P. W. 936 

Rolff & Co., permit for lumber yai'd F. & W. 116 

Rooney, John, claim for personal injuries Fin. 769 



713 

2288 
201 

117 
1663 
697 
485 
485 
113 
1431 
396 



INDEX. CCLXIII 

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIOlSrS. 

Page. 

Eoss, Mrs. Mary, claim for personal injuries • Fin. 536 

Saloons, Lake View District, for repeal of prohibiting ord. of June 27, 1889 Jud. 397 

Scates, Mrs. A. L., claim for damage to property account Ogden av. viaduct Filed 669 

Schoenbrod. Hanna, claim for personal injuries '. . . .Fin. 951 

Schneider, W. J., claim in re. sidewalks in Norwood Park Fin. 1480 

Sewer, Aberdeen st, from 65th to 67th sts p. w. 349 

Bronson st, from Centre ar. to Lafiin st P. W. 812 

Carpenter st, from 65th to 67th sts P . W . 349 

Crescent pi, from Halsted st. to Evanston av P. W. 396 

East Ravens wood Park, from Addison st. to Graceland av., for repeal P. W. 1608 

Fifty-fourth st, from Drexel blvd. to Woodlawn av P. W. 1431 

Green st, from 71st to 75th sts P. W. 1845 

Herndon st, from Byron av. to Grace st P. W. 1012 

Huck av, from Lawrence av. to Clay st p. w. 539 

Fletcher st, from Wood st. to east terminus P. W. 1843 

Morgan st, from 65th to 67th sts , P. W. 1309 

Page st, from 47th to 49th sts P. W. 145 

Paulina st. from Belmont av. to Fletcher st p. W. 1843 

Peoria st, from 66th to 67th sts P. W. 1107 

Sangamon st, from 72d to 73d sts P. W. 482 

Seventieth st, from Wentworth av. to C. , R. I. & P. R R p. w. 145 

Southport av. (Rogers Park), to stay coll Granted 652 

Stewart av, from 73d to 74th sts P. W. 700 

Superior av, from 92d to 93d sts P. W. 542 

System of, in Rogers Park P. W. 652 

System of, in Rogers Park, bet. C, M. & St. P. R. R., Hayes av., Lunt av. and Lake Mich- 
igan. S. & A.,N. D. 1012 

Wallace st, from 69th to 73st sts., for repeal P. W. 2005 

Wellington st, from Ashland av. to Wood st P. W. 653 

Sewer stubs in Brost av, from Southport to Evanston avs P. W. 937 

Sidewalks- 
Armour av, from 47th to 55th sts., to let contract. ! Granted 2204 

Calumet av, from 37th to 38th sts., east side S. & A., S. D. 426 

Calimaet av, bet. 37th and 38th sts., east side, that no ord. be passed for S. & A., S. D. 798 

Carpenter st, from Vincennes av. to 90th st P. W . 2294 

Centre av, from 103d to 107th sts., east side, for repeal...? P. W. 701 

Cottage Grove av, from 22d to 26th sts., for repeal P. W. 2222 

Davis st, from 63d to 67 sts P. W. 745 

Dearborn st, bet. 37th and 38th sts., remove to curb line P. W. 2559 

Dearborn st, bet. 47th and 50th sts., for repeal P. W. 2564 

Dearborn st, from 49th to 50th sts P. W. 350 

Dearborn st, from 54th st. to Garfield blvd . , by private contract Granted 569 

Dearborn st, from 53d to 55th sts., for repeal of the ord. for removing to curb line P. W. 654 

Dearborn st, from 47th to 55th sts. , to let contract Granted 2204 

DeKalb st. front of Nos. 90 to 112 inclusive, referred with power to act P. W. 193 

Elm (105th St.) st, from Vincennes rd. to E. Meridian st P. W. 311 

Elm st, from Vincennes a v . to E . Meridian st . , north side, for repeal . . % P . W . 701 

Everett st, bet. Greenwood and Lexington avs., for repeal P. W. 313 

Fall st, from Lake st. to Warren av., east side P. W. 742 

Fifty-fourth st, from Ellis to Woodlawn avs , P. W. 1431 

Fifty-fifth st, from Lake to Washington avs., north side, for repeal P. W. 1107 

Grace st, from Clark to Herndon sts., north side P. W. 844 

Halsted st, from 63d to 64th sts., west side (grade) Granted 655 

Indiana av, from 103d st. to Calumet River p. W. 816 

Jackson st, from Halsted to Canal sts S. & A., W. D. 159 

Jackson st, from Canal to Halsted sts., to stay Granted 807 

Kedzie av, from 47th to 51st sts . , east side P. W. 1186 

Kedzie av, from Archer av. to 49th St., west side P. W. 1186 

Lill av, between Racine and Sheflfield avs P. W. 309 

Madison av, from 60th to 63d sts P. W. 1847 

Monroe st, between Albany and Kedzie avs P. W. 304 

Montrose blvd, from Alexander av. to Halsted st .P. w. 255 

Murray st, from 99th to 100th sts., for repeal P. w. 746 



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PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 



Page. 



745 
257 
492 
1283 
745 
745 
745 
479 
745 



496 
797 
393 

1663 
897 
745 
746 

1481 



648 
655 
400 
714 



Oakley av, from 63d to 67th sts P . W 

Pearson st. from State to Rush sts. , (stone walk) south side, to stay Granted 

Seeley av, from first alley south of Madison st. to Adams St., for repeal P. W. 

Sixty-first st, from Wentworth av. to alley west, south side P. W. 

Sixty-fourth st, from Western av. to Leavitt st P . W . 

Sixty-fifth st, from Western av. to Leavitt st P. W. 

Sixty-sixth st, from Western av. to Leavitt st P. W. 

Sixty-sixth st. from I. C. R. R. to Woodlawn av P. W. 

Sixty-seventh st, from Western av. to Leavitt st p. w. 

Sixty-eighth st. from Wright to Wallace sts . , permit to place to curb Granted . 1073 

South NormalParkway from Wright St. to C, R. I. «fc P. Ry., Stewart av. east to C, R. I. & 
P. Ry. and from southeast cor. Normal School grounds to C, R. I. & P depot P. W. 145 

Southport av, from Lunt to Prospect avs., east side P. W. 401 

Sundry streets in 31st ward P. W. 1073 

Thirty-second st, from Robey to Wood sts P. W. 1603 

Thirty-sixth pi, from Vincennes to Rhodes avs. , north side P. W. 

Thirty-sixth st, from Vincennes to Rhodes avs. , for repeal P. W. 

Twelfth st, bet . California and Albany avs . , north side, for repeal S. & A., W. D. . 

Twenty-second st. bet. Albany av. and Troy st P. W. 

Union av, from 63d to 67th sts, to place to curb Granted. 

Vail St. from 63d to 67th sts P . W . 

Wallace st, from 84th to 87th sts, for repeal P. W. 

Walnut st, from 95th to 99th sts , p. w. 

Walden Parkway from 95th to 99th sts., west side P. W. 1481 

Western av., from 63d to 67th sts., east side P. W. 745 

Wood St., from Madison st . to Ogden av P. W. 

Sidewalk grade, Halsted St., from 63d to 64th sts., west side Granted 

Sidewalk Inspectors, for additional pay Fin. 

Small, Wm., claim for personal injuries Fin. 

Small-pox Hospital, for removal of from the Tenth ward Fin. 1476 

Smoke nuisance. Plaza flats, North av. and Clark st. , to abate , Granted 2008 

Special assessments, cases pending in court in re Jud. 11 

Stem. Regina, claim for personal injuries Fin. 1239 

Stronach, Wm., claim for injuries to his son Fin. 90 

Street railway employes, in re Dept. of Law 1239 

SuUivan St., change name to Blencker pL* P. W. 1434 

Surveyors of the city, ask to have recorded the old map of the School Sec. Add Fin. 333 

Taxpayers' Association, in re. special assessment, manner of, hardships imposed, etc. .Pub. & Filed 1901 

Tessman, Mrs. Anna, claim for personal injuries Fin. 305 

Thomas, T. C. , permit to remove church and dwelling Granted 251 

Thompson, Chas. H. , permit to erect theatre building Granted 251 

Thompson & Sweet, permit for erection of theater pavillion at cor. Cottage Grove av. and 61st st. 

F. & W. 117 

Tin and Sheet Iron Workers of Chicago, in re. manufacture and repair of street lamps, etc 

G. O. & E. L. 2207 

Tromm, Jacob, claim for personal injuries Fin. 2288 

Unemployed, committee in re. visits and addresses to the Council, petition referred to Jud. 1514 

Vacate alley bet. School st. and Tracy av. from the noith line of 59th st. to north line Lot 6, Block 

1, Reiche's Sub S. & A., S. D. 

Vacate and open alley in Sawyer's Sub., Block 8, in first Add. to Pullman S.&A.,S. D. 

Vacate 22dst, part of, C, B. & Q. R. R. Co., to vacate S. & A., W.D. 

Vacate west 15 2-10 feet east and adjoining Lots 10, 14 and 15, Block 1, Shimp's Sub., etc 

S. «fc A., S. D. 

Viaduct, Halsted st., citizens protesting against the closing of Carroll av. in construction of .R. R. 

Viaduct, Michigan av. andC. & E. L R. R P. W. 

Wallace, H. C, claim for personal injmies Fin. 

Walz, Barbara, claim for personal injmies Fin. 2110 

WaiTant 16582, water service pipes in Lawrence av., to stay Granted 844 

Warrant 16596, improve Lawrence av., to stay Granted. 844 

Water main, Byron st P. W. 808 

Water main, Center st, from Graceland av. to south terminus P. W. 

Water main. bet. the junction of 49th st. and Oakley av. in alley to 48th st P. '^ . 

Water mains, Grove st. (104th st.) from Vincennes av. to Church st P. W. 



483 
747 
192 

896 

1473 

1286 

51 



809 
812 
898 



i 



INDEX. CCLXV 

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 

Page. 

"Water main, Hammond av., 300 feet south, bet. Franklin and Diversey sts Granted 394 

Water main, Harvard St., bet. 88th and 89th sts P. W. 987 

"Water maias, Hajnies av P. -^ gog 

"Water main, Hilliard av. , from 104th to 107th sts P. "W. 2362 

"Water main, Maple st., from 99th st. to Tracy av p. w. 898 

Water mains, 92d st. , 93d st. and 93d pi P. W. 990 

Water mains, N. 59th st. , from a point west of Lincoln av. to Centi-al Park av P. W. 2006 

Water main, 70th St., from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. Ey P. W. 145 

Water mains, Southport av., bet. School and Roscoe sts., to lower P. W. 148 

Water maias, smidry streets, 31st ward P. s;^ 1073 

Water main, Webster av., bet. 88th and 89th sts P. W. 987 

Water main, Yale st., bet. 88th and 89th sts P. W. 987 

Water Service and Water Supply Pipes— 

Charlton av, from Grand av. to Devon st . (Church rd.), for repeal P. W. 652 

Dauphia av, from 87th to 93d sts. , for repeal p. w. 478 

Eighty-seventh st, fi-om Dauphin to S. Park avs., for repeal p, w. 478 

Eighty-seventh pi, from Dauphia to S. Park avs., for repeal P. W. 478 

Eighty-eighth st, from Dauphin to S. Park avs., for repeal p. w. 478 

Eighty-eighth pi, from Dauphia to S. Park avs., for repeal p. w. 478 

Eighty-ninth st, from Dauphia to S . Park avs. , for repeal P. W. 478 

Eighty-ninth pi, from Dauphia to South Park avs., for repeal P. W. 478 

Euclid av, from Grand av. to Devon st. (Chm-ch rd.), for repeal P. W. 652 

Evanston av, from Grand av . to Devon st . (Church rd . ) , for repeal P . W . 652 

Fischer av. from Grand av. to Devon st. (Chm-chrd.), for repeal P. W. 652 

Langley av, from 87th to 91st sts. , for repeal P. W. 478 

Newport av, from Clark st. to Eacine av p. \y. 303 

Ninetieth st, from Dauphin to South Park avs., for repeal p. w. 478 

Ninetieth pi, from Dauphin to South Park avs., for repeal p. w. 478 

Ninety-first st, from Dauphin to South Park avs. , for repeal p, w. 478 

Nmety-firstst, froml. C. K. E. to South Park av., for repeal P. W. 816 

South Park av, from 87th to 91st sts., for repeal p. w. 478 

State st, from 68th to 71st sts P. W. 540 

"Vincennes av, from 87th to 91st sts., for repeal P. W. 478 

Water Taxes, Park Commissioners, West Chicago, rebate of Pub. and Fin. 1249 

Weiss, Philip, claim for personal injuries Fin . 800 

West, John, claim for personal injuries Pin. §43 

Widen 25th st, bet. St. Louis and Homan avs., for repeal P. W. 1182 

WiUiams, Mrs. P. J., claim for personal injuries Pin. 896 

WUson & Jackson, petition to lay temporary E.R. track for work on Wentwoithav. sewer.Granted. 1517 

Witham, S. D., claim for personal injm-ies and damage to buggy Fin. 1555 

Woodbine hotel, 60th St., near Princeton av.,to withhold permit for use of for sanitarium or 

other use until consent is obtained from property owners, etc Granted 1844 

World's Fair Excursion and Transportation Boat Co. , for opening of Eush st . bridge . - Wharf Priv. 90 



REMONSTRANCES. 

Chicago Fire Underwilters, against overhead electric traction wu-es Filed 2023 

Farley, Jno. W. , Madison st. system of sewers, against paying him claim of $11,500 Fin. 92 

Improvement of Fillmore st, from Douglas blvd. to Crawford av .S. «fe A. , W. D. 1838 

Lnprovement of Eumsey st S. & A., W. D. 392 

Opening Webster av, from the river to Elston av S. & A., W. & N, D. 847 

EaUroads, N. C. St. E. E. Co., against railway or loop on Sedgwick st. and on Garfield av. 

Pub. and Def . 1012 

EaUroads, North Side Electric Street EaUway Co . , against franchise File 2562 

School site, Mount Clare school, against change of site to Linden st. and Eutherford av. . .Schools 201 

Sidewalk, La Salle st., bet. 55th st. and Cloud ct S. & A., S. D. 554 

Spr inklin g Armour av., from 53d to 55th sts S. & A., S. D. 2004 

Vacate alley, Block 20, C. T. Sub, property owners against S. & A., N. D. 894 



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RESOLUTIONS. 





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American Federation of Labor, annual convention, for committee of the City Coun- 
cil in re ; , ; • • 

American Federation of Labor Convention, appropnatmg money for the entertam- 
ment of 

Appropriation of money not raised by taxation 

Appropriating $150,000 from "Fund W" for street cleaning Fin. 

Bridge, Van Buren st., to remove center pier and construct bridge with single 



span. 



Pub. &H. &B. 



Bridge, Van Buren St., for double roadway bridge in connection with Metropolitan 

J "Tf H, • 

Bridge, Halsted st. , over South Branch, for immediate completion of 

Bridgekeeper, South Canal st. bridge, to appropriate for salary Fin. 

Bridgeport Lock, for additional appropriation in re 

Building on Lake Front, used by one Hess as a saloon, for removal of I 

. , , .*! , Vetoed & Pub. 674 i 

Bulding Inspectors, from the Joint Committee on Examination F. & W. 

Canal Lock, Bridgport, in re. maintenance of Fin. 

City Deposits, to request banks receiving deposits to pay interest on, etc 

City Hall Corridors, to keep free from loungers 

City Ofaoes, to close May 18th. dedication of Illinois State Building, World's Fair 

Fin. 



City Offices, to close at noon, Saturday, March 17th 

Chicago Navy, international regetta, Geneva Lake, inviting foreign crews, etc.. 

Council endorses and approves 

Chicago Day, World's Fair, Oct. 9th, in re. observance of 

Chicago Day, Word's Fair, to invite President Cleveland , 

Chicago Hussars, accepted as "Municipal escort" ; 

Christopher Columbus' Descendants Visituig World's Fair, tendering freedom of city 

to, for committee in re., etc. (2 resolutions) 

Columbus Caravels, for committee of reception etc 

Closing City Departments May 18, 1893. 

Crossings, 29th, 30th and 31st wards, railroads to place pohcemen at 

Electricity for light, heat and power, urging legislature to empower cities to furnish, etc 
Elevated Railroad Routes, for appointment of civil engineer to devise, design, report 

Fin^ce Committee,' authority to appropriate money in hands of City Treasurer, not 
raised by taxation • • • • — ; • • • • J^d. 

Garbage, in re. disposal of by cremation. Commissioner of Health to investigate and 
report on work done at World's Fair 

Garbage, dumping at foot of 24th st., to prohibit 

Gas contract between the city and gas companies, Law Dept. for opinion J Jud 

\xyYQ ( Reported 

Grade crossing, to support the Mayor in re ••■■•:■'• • .• 

Haberkorn, Jos. A. , retiring Sergeant. at- Arms, thanks for good services , . . . 

Harrison, ex-Mayor, on death of • • • • v • •; ° " ' "i?,' *i:" 

Harrison, ex-Mayor, Elgin City Council, on death of Pub. 

Harrison, ex-Mayor, sundry resolutions on death of Pub. 

Harrison, ex-Mayor, City Council on death of .•••••.• 

Hepburn John W . , Manhattan Day, thanks for services in re 

Holmes, Geo. B., special attorney for village of Fernwood in re. annexation — Fm. 

Improvements, Public Imp . Rogers Park and West Ridge Jud . 

Improvements, Public Imp. Rogers Park and West Ridge in re. contracts for 

Improvements, Wabash av . from 39th to 55th sts . , to forfeit contract 

Improvements, Western av. from Fullerton to Belmont avs., to have the work 
done, else cancel contracts and refund money 

Interest on City Deposits, in re . settlement with City Treasurer 

Laborers for the City, as to feasibility of dividing into two shifts daily, etc. (see page 
1615 proceedings) : •. F"i- 

Lamps, Twelfth Street blvd . , gas lamps, to put m service :.•••••; 

Lord Mayor of Dublin and Dublin City Council, appointing Committee on reception of 

Mahr, Peter, ex- Alderman, on death of. 

Martin & McNichols, sewer contractors, 31st ward, m re. their failure, and to pro- 
vide pay for the workmen Fm. 

Mayor pro-tem., for appointment of Aid. McGillen 

Mayor pro-tem., for election of 

Mulvihill, J. N . , Alderman 17th ward, on death of 

Nomenclature (see also "street names, numbers, etc.") • ■ • 

Nomenclature, in re. renaming duplicate streets, etc., Special Committee to employ 
a stenographer 



1350 

189 



577 



356 



264 



1252 



1880 
2199 



1196 
1124 



2004 
256 



1667 



1909 



1014 
1280 



584 
2018 



755 
648 
674 



1607 



2210 

361 

814 

825 

1888 

49 
538 



400 
353 



302 
534 



1553 

27 
1028 



1139 
1017 



351 

568 

847 
328 



356 

716 

1896 



1034 
1620 
1631 

1841 



1617 



92 



368 



91 



369 



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Ogden Avenue blvd, gas lamps, to put in service 

Open Hoyne st. (North) across the C. & N. W. R. R 

Philadelphia City Council, on death of Mayor Harrison .....*.'.*.'." Pub ' 

Porter, A. R. Police Justice, the Mayor's communication in reV and removal" of 

Prmcess Eulalia, City Council to meet and v^^elcome on arrival 

Pumpmg Station, northwest division of city, Department Public Works' to hasten 

tne vs^orlc , . . , . 

Railroads— 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad, to place gates at Robey st. and 
, Bloommgdale rd 

Chicago & Northwestern Railroad Company, to erect safety gates at Hoffman av 
crossmg 

Elevation of Tracks, for enforcement of ordinance in re ................'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'... 

^^^.l^iiJi:.' ^Vm •••••••,••••••/ • •. .• Com. Select Track Elevation 

Elevation of Tracks, to enforce ordinances in re 

Elevation of. Mayor to employ an Engineer and Clerk in re .",'.'.'.'.".' Mn 

Grade Crossings, to abolish. Committee appointed in re 

Grade Crossings, especially Pennsylvania Company and Western Indiana Com- 

pany's tracks, laid without authority, to remove S&A SD 

Grade Crossings, 5J9th, 30th and 31st wards, to place policeman at. . . .' " " ' 

Lake Street 'L" Railroad, to discontinue quo warranto proceedings against .... 
North Chicago Electric Railway Company, citizens of 15th and 27th wards 

against trolley system, two fares, etc Pub and Filed 

Northwestern "L" Company, accepting ord. of Jan. 8, 1894 Pub and Filed 

Pennsylvania Company, to revoke all permits issued under ord. of Town of Lake, 

duly 10, 1889 



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Pennsylvania and Pan Handle Railroad, to place gates at 120th st' '. '. '. ". '. '. '.'.'.'.'. 

Town of Lake, for removal of all laid without authority 

Tracks on Kedzieav., Chicago General Street Railway Company, or West and 

South Towns Street Railway Company, for removal of 

Steam railroads occupying public streets, alleys, etc., for investigation, repor't 

OH, GtC. •• «... ••..,,,,, 

Union Stock Yards & Transit Co., for removal of 'tracks' from 'sundry 's'tre'e't's.'.Pu^^^ 

li^^^J^^^^.^^^ Yards & Transit Co., to remove tracks from sundry streets 

West Chicago Street Railroad Co., cross-town lines, urging operation of. Com- 
mittee to investigate, etc ; 

West Chicago Street Railroad Co., to lay tracks on Milwaukee 'av.' 'from' 'Log'a'ii 

sq. to Belmont av 

Rosenberg Fountain, acceptance of, etc 

Ryan, Geo A., murdered July 27, reward for arrest and conviction of the murderer! " 

Reynolds Railway Gate Co., permit to erect a test gate at one of the bridges 

Salaries, city employes, in re. reduction of, see page 1615 proceedings Fin 

Sayle, Thos., Alderman Twenty-eighth ward, death of his wife. City Council 

in re '' 



Special Assessments, to provide an additional 4 per cent in re ....." "Fin 

Special Assessments, to add 4 per cent to cover costs 

Street Cleaning Department, authorizing Superintendent to purchase sundry equip- 

II16n,tJS, GtC •• ,, 

street Names, Numbers, etc., duplicate of. comnii'ttee appointed iii 're.' (see'aiso 'nom- 
enclature) 

Telegraph Poles, Clark st., south of North av '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."". 

Town of Lake Water Office, for additional clerks " ' " Fi'ii' 

Town of Lake Water Department, for additional help '. 

Unemployed, committee ask conference with committee of the City Council. . . . Jud 
Unemployed of the City, for census of, under Sec. 1352 of the Municipal Code (see 



page 1615 Proceedings), referred to Board of Education. 
He', 



Van Cleave, Jas, R, B., ex-City Clerk, thanking him for past services, etc 

Vikmg Ship, appointment of committee for reception of, etc 

Water Collections, for an accurate measurement of, and to charge rates fixed bv or- 
dinances "^ 



Water Rates, amending the resolution of July 14th in re. granting permission to De- 
partment of Public Works to make rates in cases where extraordinary larg-e 
amounts are used 

Werner, Emma, murdered, Mayor to offer reward for arrest and ' conviction "of t'lie 
murderer 

Werner, Emma, murder of, rescinding resolution of "May '22d,' in" 'r'e'.'Mavor offering 
reward, etc 

World's Fair— 



'Chicago Day," for October 9th, Committee on World's Fair to prepare for. 



356 

1662 



1845 



649 



350 



2148 



166^ 



1239 



201 
1516 
1667 



390 

847 

1622 
1885 



1845 



1884 



285 



399 

980 



114 
1073 

702 

1016 
1611 



2379 

262 

704 
1022 
1607 

2288 



1814 



332 

1631 
573 



497 
590 

649 



711 

315 
354 
699 



2015 
513 



1317 



499 



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KESOLUTIONS— Co/jtfniAcJ. 



World's Fair- 
Complimentary Admissions, "Wage Workers' Day," etc 

Directors, in re. the work of the Council Committee on World's Fair "Chicago 

j)ay" 

Fourth of July, requesting the Commission and Directors to name it for "Chicago 

Day" 

"Manhattan Dav," committee in re. visiting New York oflflcials 

October 28th, for reunion of American cities, committee in re 

"People's Day," request for 

Sunday Opening, in favor of 

Sunday Opening, in re. injunction against - 



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[1893. 



CITY COUNCIL 



REGULAR MEETING. 



APRIL 17, 1893. 



OFFICIAL' RECORD. 

(Published by authority of the City Council.) 

Present— B.is Honor the Mayor and 
Aldermen Morris, Coughiin, floran, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6tli ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loefflpr, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher. Kent, Swift, Mills, 
Martin, Knowles, Swigart, Jackson, Keats, 
Michaelsen, Reddick, Kunz, EUert, Gosse- 
lin, Mulvihill, Brennan. Mahony, O'Brien 
(19th ward), Powers, Pfister, Potthoff, Mc- 
Gillen, Ernst, Muelhoefer, Tripp, Larson, 
Biegler, Wadsworth, Brookraan, Sexton, 
Haynes, Lutter, Conway, Haussen, Mc- 
Carthy, Ackerman, Carey. Kauen, Kenny, 
Plowman, Noble. Kerr, Mann, Hummel, 
Howell, O'Neill and Bartine. 

Absent — Aldermen Woodard and Dixon. 

Aid. Madden moved that Aid. Swift 
take the chair. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Swift in the chair. 

MINUTES. 

\ld. Martin moved that the mimitps 
of the regular meeting held April 10, 18f 3, 
be approved without being read. 

The motion urevailed. 



BEPOBTS OF CITY OFFICEBS. 

His Honor, the Mayor, submitted the fol- 
lowing communication: 

To the Citu Council of the City of Chicago : 
1 herewith submit the communication 
hereto attached, of the Jefferson Street 
Railway Company. 

Hemi-stead Washburne, 

Mayor. 

To the Honorable, Mayor and City Coun- 
cil of the City of Chicago : 

The undersigned. The Jefferson Street 
Railway Company, petitioned your Hon- 
orable Body to pass an ordinance granting 
to the undersigned, its successors and as- 
signs, the )ight to construct a street rail- 
way with its main line along Elston ave- 
nue from its intersection with ^Milwaukee 
avenue northwesterly to the city limits, 
with certain branches extending along cer- 
tain streets on either side of said main line, 
the whole of said system comprising about 



April 17,] , 



[1898. 



twenty (20) miles of proposed railway. 
Your Honorable liody, at a meeting held 
on April 5, 1893, granted said petition and 
passed an ordinance authorizing the con- 
struction and operation upon certain terras 
and conditions of the said street railway, 
all of which terms and conditions, except 
one, appear to.be of a reasonable character. 
The sole exception is comprised in Section 
53^ of said ordinance as passed, which said 
section requires that the whole twenty (20) 
miles and more of said street railway be 
completed within two (2) years. Tiie un- 
dersigned respectfully submits that, while 
the undersigned is prepared aid intends to 
press the work of construction as rapidly 
as possible, such a condition is impossible 
and impracticable of fulfillment and is con- 
tained in none of the ordinances of a sim- 
ilar character granted by the City. Your 
petitioner, therefore, respectfully asks that 
said Section 53^ of said ordinance as passed 
be stricken one and in its stead the section 
attached be adopted. 

Kespectfully submlttPd, 

The Jefferson Street Railway Co., 
By Geo. H. Parker. 
President. 
[seal.] a. B. Lewis, 

Secretary. 

A.M. Conway moved to concur in the 
communicaUon and pass the ordinance 
submitted therewith. 

The motion prevailed and the ordinance 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Feas— Morris. Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall. Yogt, 
O'Brien (6t;h wa'-d). Stuckaii., Murphy, 
('o »Ke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bid will, itohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Swift, Martin, 
Knowles, Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Red- 
dick, Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, 
Rrennan. Mahony, O'Brien fl9th ward). 
Powers, Pfister, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Biegler, Wadsworth, Haynes, 
Conway, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble. 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, Bartine— 
54. 

/Vaiys— Kent, Mills, Potthoff, Tripp. Lar- 
son, Brookman, Sexton, Lutter, O'Neill— 9. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINANCE 

To amend an ordinance passed on April 5, 
1893, authorizing the Jefferson Street 
Kail way Company, its successors and as- 
signs, to construct and operate a street 
railway on Elston avenue and other 
streets. 



Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicaao : 

Section 1. Whereas, an ordinance 
passed April 5. 1893, authorized the Jeffer- 
son Street Railway Company, its successors 
and assigns to construct and operate a 
street railway on Elston avenue and other 
streets. 

Sec. 2. That Section 53^ of said ordi- ^ 
nance be, and the same is, hereby stricken 
out and repealed, and in lieu thereof the 
following be inserted: 

"Sec. 5)^. Not less than five (5) miles of 
the railway authorized shall be completed 
and in operation on or before two (2) years 
from the date of the acceptance of this ordi- 
nance; provided, that if said company shall 
be delayed by Ifgal proceedings, the time 
of such delay shall be deducted from the 
above time prescribed; provided, however, 
that Counsel for the City of Chicago may 
intervene in any suit in which any injunc- 
tion or restraining order may issue or be 
entered and may move for its dissolution or 
dismissal." 

ALSO, 

The following veto riiessage: 

Ma.yor's Officf. ) 
Chicago, April 17, 1893. i 

To the Honorable the City Cowncil: 

(tEntlemen— I beg to return herewith 
with mv veto the ordinance passed by your 
Honorable Bodv at its mof^ting of April 10, 
1893, granting to the Chicago Twin Wire 
Long Distance Telephone Company the 
right to construct, maintain and oner- 
ate lines of conduits, wires and electrical 
conductors in the City of Chicago. 1 do 
not think that at the present time the pub- 
lic interests would be suflScientlv proraotp.d 
or that the public b'^nefits from such ordi- 
nance would be sufficiently great to justify 
the disturbance and tearing up of the 
streets authorized bv such ordinance, and 
the giving up to this Company of the re- 
quisite spacf in the streets for the conduits, 
poles and other structures of the Company. 

It is claimed by the advocates of this or- 
dinance that it will create competition, 
thereby reducing the price of telephone 



April 17,1 



[1893. 



service. This end, while most desirable, 
would not be assured by this ordinance be- 
<jomins: a law. There is no guarantee and 
no assurance that the rights granted this 
Company would not be absorbed by a com- 
petitor. JS'ot many years since it will be 
recalled that a monopoly in this city was 
sought to be destroyed by the creation of a 
corporation for a similar business, but the 
competition was never developed or threat- 
ened beyond a point sufficient to induce the 
existing companies or persons interested 
therein to buy off such competition, and 
after tlie city had been subjected to such a 
tearing up of its streets in the interests of 
the new corporation as had never been 
known theretofore. 

Another objection to the granting of 
franchises at this time to electrical or mo- 
tive power companies is the fact that with- 
in six months the exhibits in electricity, 
telephone service, and motive powers of all 
descriptions, will doubtless suggest and 
lay before us electrical powers, lisrhts and 
telephones far in advance of anything now 
in use. It is wise to withhold franchises 
for such purposes until the close of the Ex- 
position. 

Another objection to this ordinance is 
that the promoters are unknown and undis- 
covered, and that the said ordinance grant- 
ing as it does, most valuable rights, includ- 
ing the right to tear up and deface our pub- 
lic thoroughfares, was not, I believe, suffi- 
ciently and carefully considered before 
passage. 

There are several details in which in my 
opinion the ordinance is objectionable 
which might be cured by amendment; but 
as amendments would not overcome my ob- 
jections to the ordinance, I do not think it 
necessary to speak of them in detail, as the 
ordinance is objectionable upon the general 
principles already mentioned. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HemPSTEA-D WA.SHBURXE, 

Mayor. 

Aid. O'Neill moved to reconsider the 
vote by which the ordinance referred to 
in th« veto message of His Honor the 
Mayor, was passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Kerr moved to pass the ordinance, 
the veto of His Honor the Mayor to the con- 
trary notwithstanding. 



Aid. Coughlin moved the previous ques- 
tion. 

The motion prevailed. 

The question then being on the passage 
of the ordinance, the veto of His Honor 
the Mayor tothe contrary notwithstanding, 
it prevailed and the ordinance was passed 
by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Marren- 
ner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, i^chumacher, Swift, Martin, 
Knowles, Swigart, Jackson, Keats, Mi- 
chaelsen. Reddick, Kunz. Ellert, Gosselin, 
MulvihilJ, Brennan, Mahony, O'Brien 
(19th ward), Powers, Pfister, Potthoff, Mc- 
Gillen, Ernst, Muelhoefer, Tripp, Larson, 
Biegler, Wads worth, Sexton, Haynes, Lut- 
ter, Conway, Haussen, McCarthy, Acker- 
man, Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, 
Noble, Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, 
O'Neill, Bartine— 61. 

Nays— Kent, Mills, Brookman — 3. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINANCE 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That permission and author- 
ity be and they are hereby granted to the 
Chicago Twin Wire Long Distance Tele- 
phone Company to construct, maintain, re- 
pair and operate in the streets, avenues, 
alleys and tunnels of the City of Chicago, 
and under the Chicago River and its several 
branches, for and during the term of twen- 
ty-five (25) years from the date of the 
passage of this ordinance, a line or lines of 
conduits and wires or other electrical con- 
ductors, together with all necessary feed- 
ers and service wires or other electrical 
conductors, to be used exclusively for the 
transmission of electricity for the purpose 
of transmitting sound and signals. 

GSec. 2. All of such line or lines of wire 
or other electrical conductors used for the 
transmission of sounds or signals except 
those passing through the tunnels shall be 
placed under ground, within that portion 
of the city bounded on the north by Bel- 
mont avenue, on the west by California 
avenue, on the south by Seventy-ninth 
street, and on the east by^Lake Michigan. 



April 17,] 



4 



L893. 



All of the above conduits, line or lines of 
wire or other electrical conductors, and all 
other work authorized by the provisions of 
this ordinance shall be done under the 
supervision of the Conimi'sioner of Public 
Work^ or such other office or department 
of the City ot Chicago as may be provided 
by present or tuture ordinances ot the City 
of Chicago. 

Sec. 3. The said company may, outside 
of the district above described in Section 
two, erect a system of poles and wires 
for the transmission of electricity tor sound 
and signals thereon in any of the streets, 
avenues and alleys in the City of Chicago, 
and over buildings with the consent of 
the owner thereof; and, in going from one 
building to another, if necessary, said com- 
pany may cross streets, alleys and city 
property; but before any such poles shall 
be so placed the plans thereof shall be 
submitted to the Commissioner of Public 
Works and Fire Marshal, and they shall de- 
termine the size and character of the poles 
to be used for such purpose and the height 
from the street at which such wires shall 
be placed, provided, each of such poles 
shall have a top cross arm, and that the 
City of Chicago shall have the right to the 
use of such top cross-arms of each of said 
poles free of charge for the use of the city 
telegraph and telephone wires. 

Sec. 4. The rights granted by this ordi- 
nance are so granted upon the express 
condition that the said company shall 
within seven years from the passage of this 
ordinance remove all of said poles and 
wires or other electrical conductors from 
overhead, and place the same under ground 
in conduits, which it may construct or lease 
for that purpose, within that portion of the 
city outside the limits described in Section 
two of this ordinance. 

Sec. 5. Where the above mentioned 
wires or other electrical conductors used 
for the transmission of sounds or signals 



are placed under ground, the said company 
shall, for the purpose of reaching and con- 
necting their subscribers and branch offices, 
have the privilege of bringing said wire» 
or other electrical conductors to the surface 
within every two blocks and attaching the 
same to houses and carrying thi-m over 
roofs, provided, the consent is first ob- 
tained, of the owner to whose property they 
propose to attach said wires or other elec- 
trical conductors, and said wires or other - 
electrical conductors shall be kept at leasts 
four feet above the surface of the roofs, 
except in such buildings the wires or other 
electrical conductors are to enter, and said 
company may in so doing cross streets, 
avenues, alleys and city property, with: 
wires grouped in cables; provided, how- 
ever, that such wires or other electrical 
conductors shall not be strung overhead ta 
exceed two blocks in length, from under- 
ground connection. The consent of prop- 
erty owners must be sworn to, filed with 
and verified by the Commissioner of Public 
Worksl 

Sec. 6. The surface of a street, alley or 
avenue shall not be disturbed for the pur- 
pose of laying, repairing or removing wires 
or conduits therefor, without a permit from 
the Commissioner of Public Works, indi- 
cating time, manner and place of opening 
such street, avenue or alley. When any 
opening is made or work done on any street, 
avenue or alley, for any purpose whatso- 
ever by said company, and all underground 
work shall be done between the hours of 7 
o'clock P. M. and 7 o'clock A. M. within 
the district bounded by Twenty-second 
street on the south, Paulina street on the 
west and Chicago avenue on the north , such 
street, avenue or alley, shall be restored 
within thirty (30) days after the opening 
of the street, avenue or alley, to a condi- 
tion as good as before, and for such pur- 
pose said company shall keep on deposit 
wiih the Commissioner of Public Works 
the sum of three thousand dollars, to be 



April 17] 



11893. 



used for the purpose of restoring such, 
streets, avenues and alleys to their previous 
condition as aforesaid, and said company 
shall at all times have on deposit said sum 
of three thousand ($3 000) dollars for such 
purpose; and for a failure to make such 
deposit, when notified in writing by the 
Commissioner of Public Works, said com- 
pany shall be refused a permit to lay addi- 
tional wires.' 

Sec. 7. No poles or line of poles to be 
erected under the provisions of this ordi- 
nance shall be erected or placed in any 
street in any case where access to the same 
property or lots proposed to be reached 
can be had from adjacent alley or alleys, 
and in all such cases the Commissioner of 
Public Works or other proper officer or de- 
partment of the City of Chicago as may be 
provided by ordinance shall require all 
such poles to be placed in such alley or 
alleys, and not upon the streets. Said 
company inlaying underground wires may. 
so far as practicable, place the same under 
the sidewalk space with the consent of the 
owner or owners of the lot or lots next ad- 
jacent and abutting upon the same; but, 
provided, further, that when in any block 
or blocks any property owner refuses the 
consent, above provided for, then in such 
block or blocks the said company shall 
have the right, and the Commissioner of 
Public Works is directed to permit said 
company to lay its wires next outside the 
curb wall under the pavement around the 
property whose owner or owners refuse 
their consent, and the Commissioner of 
Public Works shall issue permits for that 
purpose, specifying that the said line or 
lines of wire shall be laid in such manner 
that they will least inconvenience the per- 
sons occupying said sidewalk space, and 
he shall require that the same shall be 
made entirely secure and safe. 

Sec. 8 The said Chicago Twin Wire 
Long Distance Telephone Company shall 
not charge for the use of any telephone 



connected with Its exchange within the 
present or future city limits, a greater sum 
than $75 per annum for the first year, and 
for each year tnat any telephone shall be 
retained and used by any subscriber after 
the first year said comnany shall not 
charge a greater sum than $70 per annum, 
and said company shall upon demand exe- 
cute contracts with subscribers for tele" 
phone service at the rate of not exceeding 
$65 per annum for three or more years con- 
secutive service; providid said company 
shall connect its wires with the offices 
respectively of the Mayor, Department ol 
Public Works, Fire Department, Police 
Department, Building Department, City 
Comptroller, City Collector, City Clerk, 
Health Department, Corporation Counsel, 
City Attorney, City Council, Bureau of 
Street and Alley Cleaning, and the Water 
Department, and place and keep in each 
of said offices free of charge to the City of 
Chicago one telephone, so that said tele- 
phones may be used in connection with all 
wires under the control of said company 
connected with its exchanges in the City 
of Chicago, and provided that said com- 
pany shall rent to the City of Chicago tele- 
phones for the sole use of the Police and 
Fire Alarm Departments of the City of Chi- 
cago at an annual rental not to exceed one 
dollar (1) per annum of each telephone. 

Sec. 9. Before any person or corporation 
shall be allowed to use said line or lines of 
conduits laid under this ordinance, a bond 
shall be given to the city by such person 
or corporation, in an amount and with 
sureties to be approved by the Mayor and 
Comptroller of the City of Chicago, con- 
ditioned to indemnify and save harmless 
the City of Chicago of and from all dam- 
age which may be occassioned, or which 
may in any way arise, accrue or grow out 
of the use by such persons or corporation 
of said system of conduits. 

Sec. 10. Said Chicago Twin Wire Long 



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Distance Telephone Company shall, before 
commencing the operation of said line or 
lines of conduits and wires or other elec- 
trical conductors, execute to the City of Chi- 
cago a good and sufficient bond, with sure- 
ties to be approved by the Mayor and 
Comptroller of the City of Chicago, In the 
penal sum of fifty thousand dollars, con- 
ditioned that the said company will well 
and truly pay, or cause to be paid, any and 
all damages that may accrue from the lay- 
ing, repairing removing and operating said 
wires, conduits and telephone system, and 
shall indemnify and save harmless the City 
of Chicago against all damages, costs and 
expenses of every kind whatsoever, wliich 
may be recovered against the said city in 
consequence of the acts or neglect of said 
company, its agents or servants, and will 
save and keep harmless the City of Chicago 
from any and all damage, loss or expense 
caused by, or incident to, the erection of 
said poles, stringing and operating said 
wires and the construction of said conduits 
and the maintenance of said poles, wires 
and conduits. 

Sec. 11. This ordinance is based upon 
the express agreement and understanding 
that the Chicago Twin Wire Long Distance 
Telephone Company shall file with the 
Comptroller of the City of Chicago on the 
first day of January and July of each year 
after the year 1893, a statement of the gross 
receipts of all the business of said com- 
pany within the City of Chicago for the six 
months next preceding such statement, 
which statement shall be sworn to by the 
President or Secretary of said Company. 
And at the time of filing said statement, 
the said Company shall pay into the City 
Treasury five (5) per cent on the amount 
of such gross receipts. Said semi-annual 
payments shall continue during the exer- 
cise of the rights and privileges granted in 
this ordinance. 

Sec. 12. The City of Chicago shall have 
the right at the expiration of five (5) 3 ears. 



and at the expiration of each succeeding 
period of five years during the life of this 
ordinance, to purchase the poles, line or 
lines of conduits or wires and other con- 
duits, instruments, appliances and prop- 
erty within the City of Chicago, of the 
Chicago Twin Wire Long Distance Tele- 
phone Company, at a price to be agreed 
upon, or in case the same cannot be agreed 
upon, to be fixed by appraisement, it being 
understood and agreed that in such ap- 
praisement the value of this franchise or 
grant is not to be taken into account or 
considered of any value as against the City 
of Chicago. The City of Chicago may ex- 
ercise suchloption by giving notice in writ- 
ing to the said Company of its intention so 
to do at least six months before the expira- 
tion of any of the five year periods first 
above mentioned in this section. In case 
the purchase price cannot be agreed upon, 
then the same shall be fixed by arbitration 
of three persons, one chosen by the Chicago 
Twin Wire Long Distance Telephone Com- 
pany, and one chosen by the City of Chi- 
cago, and the third by the two thus named. 
Sec, 13. Said company shall not, except 
I as provided in Section nine (9) hereof, sell, 
' assign, lease, transfer or in any manner 
whatsoever either directly or indirecty dis- 
i pose of any of the rights or privileges in 
1 and by this ordinance granted to it, and no 
other company than the said Chicago Twin 
Wire Long Distance Telephone Company 
shall ever at any time be entitled to enjoy 
any rights or privileges whatsoever under 
and by virtus of the provisions of this ordi- 
nance: and upon any disposal or attempted 
disposal of the rights and privileges upon 
said company conferred by this ordinance 
said ordinance shall be and become abso- 
lutely null and void and of no force and 
effect whatsoever. 

Sec. 14. Said company shall not by vir- 
tue of the provisions of this ordinance be 
entitled to commence any work within the 
streets, alleys or public places of the City 



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of Chicago, nor in any way to disturb the 
surface of the same or upon any of said 
streets, alleys or public places for the pur- 
pose of putting in its wires, conduits or 
conductors before the first day of Decem- 
ber, A. D. 1893, nor until such time there- 
after as shall occur the official closing and 
termination of the World's Columbian Ex- 
position. 

Sec. 15. It shall be and it is hereby made 
the duty of said company to place, con- 
struct and have in operation within the 
City of Chicago five thousand telephones 
on or before the first day of December, A. 
D. 1895, and said company shall be 
obliged at all times thereafter and so long 
as it shall enjoy the privileges conferred 
by this ordinance to maintain and keep in 
constant operation not less than five thou- 
sand telephones within the City of Cfei- 
cago; and in case of its failure so to do, all 
the rights and privileges by this ordinance 
conferred shall thereupon cease and this 
ordinance shall be and become void. 

Sec. 16. In case said company shall fail, 
neglect or refuse to comply with the terms 
and requirements of this ordinance in re- 
gard to location of its poles, placing of its 
wires underground, moving said poles at 
the time provided in said ordinance, or in 
case it shall fail to comply with any 
of the provisions of this ordinance, 
then and in that case this ordinance may 
be repealed by the City Council, and upon 
such repeal all rights hereby conferred 
shall cease and determine. 

Sec. 17. Betore it shall have or eujoy 
any right under this ordinance, said com- 
pany shall (and within sixty days after its 
passage) file with the City Clerk of the City 
of Chicago its bond and acceptance in 
writing agreeing to be bound by all the 
terms, restrictions, impositions and provis- 
ions in this ordinance contained. 

Sec. 18. This ordinance shall be in 
force from and after its passage and due 
publication. 



ALSO, 

The following veto message: 

May0R's Office, ) 
Chicago. April 17, 1893. S 
To the Honorable the City Council: 

Gentlemen— I return herewith with my 
veto the ordinance passed by the City 
Council at its meeting of April 7, 1893, 
granting to the Cnicago Midland Kapid 
Transit Company the right to construct, 
maintain and operate a railroad in portions 
of the South and West Sides of the city. 
In vetoing this ordinance I beg to say that 
the opinion of the people of the West Side 
of the city, who will be most affected by 
the passage of this ordinance, so far as 1 
have received knowledge of the same, is 
decidedly against this ordinance. The 
route provided by the ordinance is for a 
considerable portion of the way in dose 
proximity to the roads already occupied by 
other bona fide companies which are 
already in operation or in actual process 
of construction. With the completion of 
the two elevated roads already commenced 
and which are far along, and with the sur- 
face lines and their necessary extensions, 
it seems to me that the territory covered 
by this route will be adequately provided 
with transportation facilities, at least for a 
number of years. And the amount of ben- 
efit that might be given to suburban or out- 
side property, which is now largely unoc- 
cupied and which would be more^closely 
tributary to this line is not to be compared 
with the evil that will be inflicted upon the 
property and residents of the West Side 
who are now or will be with the construc- 
tion of the present lines provided with 
transportation facilities. The passage of 
this ordinance will result m greatly disturb- 
ing the values; the wide limit of territory 
within which the company may locate the 
line, as I am advised by the Corporation 
Counsel, places the titles of the property 
within that entire district under a cloud for 
they will be for along time subject to con- 
demnation by this company and sales, and 
the adequate leasing and enjoyment of 
property and the adopting and carrying 
out of plans for improving the same will 
be in the meantime disturbed and largely 
preventeJ. This necessarily inflicts great 
loss on property holders, and the amount 
of proierty so al'ecied will be many 
millions of doL ars. 

Moreover, 1 tLiUk, with the prospect that 
as rapid improvements in the future in the 



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methods of rapid transit will be found as 
there has been in the past, it is advisable to 
leave the provision for the necessities of 
future until the occasion arises, and 
to grand such rights at present only 
for the necessities of the present 
and the nearer future. Who can 
tell what better methods of transit may 
be at our command in twenty or even ten 
years V Moreover, I have been unable to 
discover who the persons are who com- 
pose this Midland Company, or whether it 
is in the hands of people who are able and 
disposed to carry the thing through or 
merely held for the purpose of speculation. 
Before I shall approve such an ordinance 
I shall desire to know something of the 
persons behind the company and their pur- 
poses and ability. 

The provisions of the ordinance autho- 
rizing the company to construct a tunnel 
under the main business portions of the 
city of such size as to permit of two or four 
railroad tracks, curves, side-tracks, etc., is 
a very serious one, and in my opinion 
should never have been granted with- 
out thorough investigation by compe- 
tent engineers, and their report that such 
tunnel could be so constructed and oper- 
ated without danger to buildings and 
structures above, and without a complete 
disclosure and satisfactory showing that 
the company and the persons behind it are 
possessed of sufficient responsibility to re- 
spond to any damages that might result 
and without a more complete provision for 
the sure payment of such damages. It is 
well known that the character of the soil 
under our city is such as to make the safe 
construction of such tunnels difficult and 
risky, if not impossible, and the question 
whether they can be constructed with 
safety to the buildings has been a mooted 
one, and that it is the opinion of many com- 
petent experts that this caonot be safely 
done. 

There are other provisions of the ordi- 
dance, which it the ordiaauce were not as 
a whole subject to objecciou, wuuid be in 
my opinion objectionable. But in view of 
what 1 have said with respect to the ordi- 
nance as a whole, 1 do not deem it impor- 
tant to point these out, or advisable that I 
should recommeud that the urdiuaace be 
amended. 

Bespectfully submitted, 

Hempstead Wa>iiburne, 

Mayor. 



Aid. Martin moved to reconsider the vote 
by which the ordinance referred to in the 
veto message of His Honor the Mayor, was 
passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Powers moved that the ordinance 
be passed, the veto ot the Mayor to the con- 
trary notwithstanding. 

The motion was lost and the ordinance 
failed to be passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows: 

Fea.9— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Wall, 
Vogt, O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Mur- 
phy, Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bid will, 
Rohde, Dorman, Schumacher, Knowles, 
Jackson, keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Potthoff, Muelhoefer, Larson, Biegler, 
Wadsworth, Haynes, Conway, Haussen, 
McCarthy, Ackerman, Carey, Rauen, 
Kenny, Plowman, Hummel, Bartine— 44. 

PTays— Marrenner, Madden, Hepburn, 
Kent, Swilt, Mills. Martin, Swigart,Ptister, 
McGillen. Ernst, Tripp, Brookman, Sexton, 
Lutter, N'oble, Kerr, Mann, Howell, 
O'Neill-20. 

ALSO, 

The following communication: 

Mayor's Office, ) 
Chicago, April 17, 1898. ] 

To the Honorable, the City Council • 

Gejsttlemei^— I beg to return herewith 
the ordinance passed by your Honorable 
Body on April 10th, 1893, granting certain 
rights and privileges to the Englewood & 
Chicago Electric Street Railway Company 
with my approval excepting in a few re- 
spects to which I shall direct your atten- 
tion. 

The ordinance grants to this Company 
the right to extend a distance of about one 
hundred (100) feet only upon Sixty- third 
street, extending west from Yernon ave- 
nue. N'o consent of property owners was 
submitted for its use of any portion of 
Sixty third street, and on that account the 
ordioaQce to that extent would be un- 
authorized. 

I think the ordinance should be so 
amended as to leave out this portion of the 
line upon Sixty-third street. 

The ordinance also authorizes the con- 
struction of a line of road upon State street, 
from Sixty-fourth street ^,to Ninety-fifth 
street. The Chicago City Kailway Com- 
pany already has a line in operation upon 
State street, from Sixty -fourth street to 



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Sixty-ninth street, where it turns oft' upon 
Vincennes road. The effect of the ordi- 
nance in question might be to authorize 
two additional tracks upon State street, 
between Sixty-fourth street and Sixty- 
ninth street. I am advised by the Engle- 
wood & Chicago Company that this was 
not intended, and that it is willing that the 
ordinance should be amended by omitting 
from its line that portion of State street, 
between Sixty-fourth street and Sixty- 
ninth street, as well as the portion of 
Sixty- third street above mentioned. 

I would respectfully recommend that 
Section two of the ordinance be amended 
by striking out the following words: "Also 
commencing at the intersection of Yernon 
avenue and Sixty -third street, thence west 
upon Sixty- third street one hundred (100) 
feet, thence south across said Sixty-third 
street by proper curve or curves to private 
property;" and also by striking out the 
following words: "also on State street, from 
the central sixteen (16) feet thereof, at two 
(2) points between Sixty-third street and 
Sixty-sixth street,across said State street by 
proper curve or curves to nrivate property;" 
also by striking out the words ''from Sixty- 
fourth street," which occurred in the fol- 
lowing clause: "Thence northwest on said 
alley to Evans avenue, and on State street, 
from Sixty -fourth street south to Ninety- 
fifth street," and in place of said words so 
stricken out insert the words "from Sixty- 
ninth street," and that Section three of 
said ordinance be amended by striking out 
the words ''Sixty-fourth street" in the 
clause "State street, from Sixty-fourth 
street to Seventy-ninth street," and insert 
in place thereof "Sixty-ninth street." 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hempstead Washburne, 

Mayor. 

Aid. Bartine moved that the subject 
matter be made the special order for ihe 
next mi eting at 8 o'clock P. M. 

POINT OF ORDER. 

Aid. Noble raised the point of order that 
the present Council could not make a 
special order for the new Council. 

The Chair (Aid. Swift) decided the point 
of order well taken. 

Aid. Noble moved to amend the ordi- 
nance as suggested in the communication 
of His Honor, the Mavor. 

Aid. Mahony moved that it be re- 
ferred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, S. D. 



A Id . Noble moved to lay the motion of 
Aid. Mahony on the table. 

The motion was lost by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Teas— Marrenner, Stuckart, Kent. Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Swigart, Pfister Ernst, Lar- 
son Brookman, Haynes, Lutter, Plowman, 
Noble, Kerr, Mann, O'Neill, Bartine— 19. 

?Va/y s—Coughlin, Hot an. Madden, Hep- 
burn, Wall, yogt,0'Brien (6th ward), Mur- 
phy, Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, 
Kohde, Dorman, Schumacher, Knowles, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahonv, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pott^hoff, McGillen, Muelhoefer, Tripp, 
Biegler, • Wadsworth, Sexton, Conway, 
Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, Carey, 
Rauen, Kenny, Hummel, Howell — 44. 

The question then being on the motion of 
Aid. Mahony to refer to the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, S. D., 

It prevailed. 

ALSO. 

The following veto message: 

Mayor's Office, ) 
Chicago, April 17, 1893. S 

To the Honorable the City Council. \ 

Gentlemen— I return to your Hon- 
orable Body with my veto the ordi- 
nance passed at your meetingof April 
10, 1893, amending the ordinance passed 
by the City Council on July 20, 1891, 
and amended September ]2, 1892, granting 
permission and authority to the Waukesha 
Hygeia Mineral Springs Company to lay 
pipes under ground for conducting and con- 
veying mineral and spring water. 

I need not say to the Council that the 
City of Chicago has constructed and in 
operation a plant supplying water from 
Lake Michigan to the inhabitants of the 
city, in which the people of the city have an 
investment of $20,361,268.12; and that the 
city is from time to time, as the 
circumstances require, extending its tun- 
nels into the lake to a point which 
is and will be far beyond any point 
of contamination. This plant and the 
business of supplying water to the 
inhabitants of the city, for which the city 
has made such an enormous investment, is 
the source of profit to the city. This source 
of profit to the city can only be carried on 
successfully without loss in case the busi- 
ness is conserved and protected from such 
competition as this amended ordinance 
would open up. 1 he rapid growth of the 



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city constantly requires great extensions in 
our water system and the constant invest- 
ment tlierefor of a large amount of money. 
This is now provided for entirely from the 
revenue and credit or the water fund, and 
in view of the limit upon the taxing power 
and the inadequacy of the revenue from 
taxation, it is impossible otherwise to pro- 
vide thetefor. This is a sufficient reason 
for vetoing this ordinance. 

The water from Lake Michigan furnished 
by the City of Chicago to its inhabitants at 
a small cost and at actual cost will com- 
pare favorably with that furnished to any 
city upon the globe: and as rapidly and as 
soon as the tunnels can be extended will at 
all times and under all circumstances be 
unpolluted and pure. 

Cnder this amended ordinance this com- 
pany could furnish mineral or spring water 
from the springs of southern Wisconsin. 
Under that ordinance any spring water can 
be conveyed for drinking or other purposes. 
It is well known that the water so fur- 
nishtd will not be confined to use for 
medicinal purposes, but that its consump- 
tion will take so much from the revenues of 
of the City of Chicago. 

This ordinance would pave the way for 
other ordinances for the piping into the 
city, of water, and under such ordinances 
pipes could be laid sufficiently strong lo 
stand hydraulic pressure of a high degree 
and thereby open up a field for a corpora- 
tion to come into competition with the city 
with its wn water supply. Having granted 
the present ordinance, there would be no 
good argument against granting a similar 
ordinance. 

Moreover in my opinion the public in- 
terests of the city will not be suflicienily 
promoted by a passage of this ordinance to 
justify the tearing up and occupation of the 
streets as thereby provided. 
Respectf ally submitted, 

Hempstead Washburxe, 

Mayor. 

Aid. Murphy moved to reconsider the 
vote by which the ordinance referred to in 
the veto message was passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Murphy moved that the ordinance 
be passed, the veto uf the Mayor tu the con- 
trary notwithstanding. 

Aid. Hepburn moved the previous ques- 
tion. 



The motion prevailed. 

The question then being on the passage 
of the ordinance, the veto of the Mayor to 
the cjntrary notwithstanding, it was lost, 
and the ordinance failed to pass by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Feas— Murphy, Cooke, Ellert— 3. 

A'ays— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Togt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Morrison, 
Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde. Dorman, Schu- 
macher, Kent.Swift. Mills, Martin. Knowles, 
Swigart. lackson, Keats, 'Michaelsen, Ked- 
dick, Kunz. Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahonv, O'Brien Q9th ward), Powers, 
Pfister,' PotthoS, McGillen. Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Kauen, Kenny, Plowman, Xoble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Xeill, 
Bartine— 61. 

The City Comptroller submitted the fol- 
lowing communication: 

Department of Fixaxce, ) 
Chicago, April 17, 1893. S 

To the Honorable the Mayor and Alder- 
men in City Council Assembled: 

Gexteemex — In accordance with the 
ante-election assurances of the City Treas- 
urer, whose term of office now expires, Mr. 
Kiolbassa upon assuming the duties of the 
office, assured the Finance Committee and 
City Comptroller that the interest upon the 
deposits in the banks of the moneys of the 
City of Chicago should belong and go to 
the City of Chicago: but that the amount 
appropriated for his office for that year, viz. , 
$18,030, was entirely insufficient and that 
he would require and be satisfied with an 
additional amount of S12.0D0, making a total 
of S80 0^X1. It was also arranged and 
agreed between Mr. Kiolbassa and his 
bondsmen and the banks in which such de- 
posits were made, viz.. Corn Exchange 
National Bank, The American Trust and 
Savings Bank and the Union National 
Bank, that interest should be allowed to 
the City of Chicago upon such deposits, at 
the rate of 2-0 per cent, per j'^ar, to be 
credited on the first of each month, upon 
the average dally balances for the preceed- 
ing month, and to be credited and paid to 
the City of Chicago. 

The fact of this agreement was also com- 
munif'ated to the City Comptroller. The 
City Treasurer at the end of the first year 
' made his report to the City Council, show- 
ing that the amount of interest earned was 



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[1898. 



the sum of $44,050.70. No report has been 
made for the second year, and no part of 
this interest has been covered into the City- 
Treasury. 

I have asked the City Treasurer that snch 
payment be made into the City Treasury, 
and I have upon this date sent said banks a 
communica.ion, of which I herewith sub- 
mit a copy to the City Council. 

I am am advised that the allowance to 
Mr. Kiolbassa of the additional $12,000 per 
year above the appropriation, requires 
proper authority and action of the City 
Council. 

Very truly yours, 

H.\N^. May, 

• City Comptroller. 

* Department of Finance, ) 
Chicago, April 17, 1893. 5 

Gentlemen— You are hereby notified 
to pay into the City Treasury of the City 
of Chicago, to the credit of the general 
fund, the amount of interest accrued and 
payable by you upon said deposits during 
the last two years, at the rate agreed upon, 
viz., 23^ per cent per year upon the aver- 
age daily deposits for each month. 

The settlement with and the payment to 
the City Treasurer of the amount of his 
salary and allowance, will and should be 
attended to and carried out by the City of 
Chicago; and you cannot, as I am advised, 
undertake to pay to him or take from the 
amount of interest so coming to the city, 
the amount of his salary or the expenses of 
his office. 

It was agreed by you, as well as by the 
City Treasurer and his bondsmen, that the 
banks would pay this amount of interest at 
the rate of 2X Per cent per year to the City 
of Chicago. The City Treasurer to be al- 
lowed, in addition to the amount of $18,000, 
appropriated for his office, an additional 
sum of $12,000, making a total of $30,000. 

No part of this interest has as yet been 
covered into the City Treasury, but the en- 
tire amount should be now accouoted for 
and paid . 

Yery truly yours, 

fl. N. May, 

City Comptroller. 

To Corn Exchange National Bank, 
American Trust and Savings BanU, 
Union National Bank. 

Which was 



Ordered published and referred to the 
Committee on Finance, when appointed. 

The Clerk presented the acceptance by 
the Chicago North Shore Street Kaiiroad 
Company of the ordinance passed April 5, 
1893, granting certain rights to said com- 
pany. 

Which was 

Placed on file. 

ALSO, 

The acceptance and bond of the Jefferson 
Street Eailroad Company of ordinance 
passed April 5, 1893, granting certain rights 
to said company, 

Which were 

Placed on file. 



ALSO, 

The acceptance by the City Press Asso- 
ciation of Chicago of ordinance passed 
April 10, 1893, granting certain rights to 
said association. 

Which was 

Placed on file. 

ALSO, 

The acceptance by the Chicago Twin 
Wire Long Distance Telephone Company 
of ordinance passed April 10, 1893, granting 
certain rights to said company, 

which was 

Placed on file. 



ALSO, 

A communication from W. H. Thompson, 
Secretary Board of Trustees, Quinn Chapel, 
A. M. E., asking for rebate of city's portion 
of taxes on church property, corner Twen- 
ty-fourth street and Wabash avenue, 



Which was 

Referred to the 
when appointed. 



'ommittee on Finance, 



The Commissioner of Public Works sub- 
mitted a report, and estimate from the 
City Engineer of the cost of extending 
the water tunnel from the 
street pumping station to 
street and Cottage Grove 
erecting a pumping station 



Sixty-eighth 
JN inety -ninth 
avenue, and 
of thirty or 



forty million gallons daily capacity. 

Which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance 
when appointed. J 

ALSO, 

A communication, together with a com- 
munication from Mr. Charles C. Gilbert, 
bpecial Assessment Attorney, calling at- 



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tention to a number of special assessment 
cases now pending in the courts under or- 
dinances passed by your Honorable Body 
during the past several years, 

Which was 

Referred to the Committee on Judiciary, 
when appointed. 

The Commissioner of Public Works sub- 
mitted a report and ordinance tor curb- 
ing, grading and paving the south, east 
and west alley in Block 17, Canal Trustees 
Subdivision, west 3^ Section 17, Township 
S9 North, Kange U East. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Swift, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Eeddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, MulviJiill, Brennan, 
Hahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
Jioefer. Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'JXeill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays— 'None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for Jcurbing, 
grading and paving School street, from 
Gross Park avenue to Robey street. 

Bv unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Lutter, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
lollows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renn^r, Madden, Hepburn, Wall. Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
<Co.>kf^, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mi'ls, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
J tckson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahimy, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
rfister, Potthoff, McGillen. Ernst, Muel- 
hoef-'r, Tripp, Larson. Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Care^y, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Main, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
iSarliue— 64. 



^ays— None. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for curbing, 
grading and paving Elston avt-nue, from 
Division street to North avenue (with 
brick j . 



By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Kunz, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler. Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays— None . 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing, 
grading and paving Grand avenue, from 
West Chicago avenue to Division street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Keats, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 

follows • 

I^eas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
(Jooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills. Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert.Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Ponhoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine -64. 

Nays — JNone. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing, 
grading and paving Leland avenue, from 
Robey street to Leavitt street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Haynes, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: ^ 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6lIi ward). Stuckart. Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Lot ffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills. Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, £rennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 



April 17,] 



13 



[189a 



Brookman, Sexton, HayDes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Kauen, Kenny, Plowman, ISroble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 



Nays — None. 



ALSO. 



A report and ordinance for curbing, 
grading and paving Hoyne avenue, from 
Koscoe street to Cornelia street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Lutter, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage, and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward). Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bid will, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
JlJ^ahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson. Biegler,Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Kauen, Kenny, Plowman, Voble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 



Nays— None. 



ALSO. 



A report and ordinance for curbing, grad- 
ing and paving South Chicago avenue, from 
South Park.avenue to Seventy-fifth street. 

By unanimous consent, m motion of Aid. 
O'Neill, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas — Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
rennnr. Madden, Hepburn, Wall. Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison. Loeffler, Bid will, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swisart, 
Jack.<ion, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert. Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wads worth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 



Nays—None. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for curbing, 
filling and paving Peterson street, from 
Hoyne avenue to Robey street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Michaelsen, the ordinance was put upon ils 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 



Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt,, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Mnrphy,. 
Cooke, ]\[orrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde,^ 
Dorman, Schurcacher, Kent. Swift,, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart^ 
Jackson. Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick. 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan^ 
Mahony, O'Brien (I9tt ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 



.N'a^ys— None. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for curb in g, 
filling and paving Erie avenue, from Nine- 
ty-first street to South Chicago avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of A.ld, 
Howell, the ordinance was put upon it9 
passage and passed by yeas and nays a» 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher. Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz,Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister. Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoeter, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman^ 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'NeilL 
Bartine— 64. 



Nays— None. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for curbing', 
filling and paving Morgan street, frons 
Fifty-first street to Fifty-fourth street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid, 
Kenny, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays a»^ 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar' 
renner. Madden, Hepburn. Wall. Yogt^ 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison. Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Tackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con— 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill 
Bartine— 64. 

iVays— None. 



April 17.] 



14: 



[1893. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing, 
filling and paving Dudley street, from 
Armitage avenue to Hervey street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Reddick, the ordinance was put upon its 
" passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

yeas — Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward). Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Lr.effler, Bid will, Kohde, 
Dorman, iSchumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen. Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. MulvLhill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoeter, Tripp, Larson. Biegler,Wadswortli, 
Brookman, Sexton. Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman. Xoble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'^S'eill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays — Xone. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing, 
filling and paving Wilmot avenue, from 
Hoyne avenue to Robey street. 

By unanimoQS consent, on motion of 
Aid. Michaelsen, the ordiiiance was put 
upon its passage and passed by yeas and 
nays as tollows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (eth ward). Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
•Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Redaick, 
KunZj Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien fl9th wardi, Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGiilen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler.Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Xoble, 
Kerr, Mann,' Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine — 64. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 6-foot plank 
sidewalk on the east side of Yernon ave- 
nue, from Irving boulevard to the north 
end of Block 5, Baxter s Addition. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Ald, 
Haussen, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward). Stuckart Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 



Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Kea,ts, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert. Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson. Biegler. Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen. McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Xoble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays—yi one. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 14-foot plank 
sidewalk on both sides of Division street, 
from Ashland avenue to Drummond ave- 
nue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Keats, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage, and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson. Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert. Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahonv, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister," Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson. Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton. Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
wav, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plo'wman, Xoble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 



Nays — None. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for 6-foot plank 
sidewalk on east side of East Ravenswood 
Park, from Sunny side avenue to Cosgrove 
strett. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Haynes, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

yeas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, M^r- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson. Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz. Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst. Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp. Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Na ys— None. 



April 17,] 



15 



[1893. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 16 foot plank 
sidewalk on both sides of Mackinaw avenue, 
from Eighty- seventh street to Ninety-sec- 
ond street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Howell, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuekart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bid will, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brenhan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (6th ward), Powers, 
Pfister,Potthofe,. McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Hayues, Lutter, Con- 
way, IBaussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Ptowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 6 foot plank 
sidewalk on both sides of Wall street, 
from Thirty-third street to Thirty-fourth 
court. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Stuekart, the ordinance was put upon 
its passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

yeas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuekart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loefder, Bid will, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO. 

A report and ordinance for 6-foot plank 
sidewalk on the north side of Fifty-eighth 
street, from Wabash avenue to Michigan 
avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
O'Neill, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 



O'Brien (6th ward), Stuekart, Murphy 
Cooke, Morrison, LoefiSer, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mil s, Martin, Knowles. Swigart, 
Jackson. Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert. Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson. Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton. Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Acicerroan, 
Carey, Rauen. Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 



Nays— None. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for 6 foot cement 
sidewalk at lot line on both sid^s of i^&r- 
peiiter street, from Madison street to Wash- 
ington street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Brennan, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
rpnner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall. Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuekart. Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison. Lopffler, Bidwill, Rohdp, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen. Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers 
Pfaster, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noblp, 
Kerr. Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill. 
Bartine— 64. 



Nays—N6ne. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for a 6-foot 
cement sidewalk at lot line on the north 
side of West Twelfth street, from Cali- 
fornia avenue to Albany avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Martin, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward). Suckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffller, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson. Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert. Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien fl9th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson. Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine — 64. 

Nays— None. 



April 17,] 



16 



[1898. 



ALSO. 

A report and ordinance for 6-foot 
cement sidewalk at lot line on b )th sides 
sides of Dearborn street, from Fifty-third 
street to Garfifeld boulevard. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Kenny, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), .Stuckart Murphy, 
Cooke. Morrison, LoeflQer, Bid will, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson. Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
KuTiz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wads worth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Aays— None. 



ALSO. 

A report and ordinance for a sewer in 
West Indiana street, from Avers avenue to 
Springfield avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion ot Aid. 
Knowles, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart. Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackron, Keats, Michaelsen. Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 



^a^s— None. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for a sewer in 
Edbrook place, from Perry avenue to alley 
west of Powell avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Reddick, the ordinance was put upon 
its passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Feas— Morris^ Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 



Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen. Ernst. Muel- 
hoefer. Tripp, Larson, Biegler. Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutier, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Nob'e, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

^ays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for a sewer in 
West Indiana street, from Crawford avenue 
to Harding avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Swigart, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and naj s as 
follows: 

yeas — Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keai"s, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahonev, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler ,Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, 0*Neill, 
Bartine — 64. 

Nays— ^ one. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for a main sewer 
in Montrose boulevard, from the North 
Branch of the Chicago River to the north 
and south center line of Section 17, Town- 
ship 40 North, Range 13 East. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Conway, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Teas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward). Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, Jack- 
son, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, Kunz, 
Ellert^ Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan. 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackeiman, 
Carey, Kauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

^ays— None. 



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ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 12 lamp posts 
on Harvard street, troin Sixty-third street 
to Sixty-seventh street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Noble, the ordinance was put upon 
its passage and passed by yeas and 
nays as follows: 

yeas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6t.h ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, LoefQer, Bid will, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Keddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McG^Uen, Ernst, Muei- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Hayn^s, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Kaueu, Kenny, Plowman, Noble' 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 7 lamp posts 
on Bristol avenue, from Went worth avenue 
to Tracey avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Carey, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart. Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Keddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Bri^^n (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthotf, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen. McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64-. 



Nays— None. 



ALSO, 



. A report and ordinance for 15 lamp posts 
on Forty-fifth street, from Ellis avenue to 
Vmcennes avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Mann, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, aenburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), stuckart. Murphy, 
Cool?:e, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 



Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Keddick, 
Kunz, Ellert. Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff. McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson. Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays— None. 

ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 55 lamp posts 
on Cottage Grove avenue, from Sixty- 
seventh street to Seventy- fifth street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
O'Neill, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward). Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson Keats, Michaelsen, Keddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoif, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton. Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, i^ckerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 



Nays— None. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for 7 lamp posts 
on Forty-sixth street, from Wentworth 
avenue to Princeton street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Carey, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Keddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen. Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, A<-kerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Ways— None. 

ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 34 lamp posts 
and 32 lamp post connections on Madison 
avenue, from L-^ke avenue to Fifty-nmth 
street. 



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I 



By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
O'Neill, the ordinance was put upon its 

?assage and passed by yeas and nays as 
ollows: 

Teas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murnhy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen. Keddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Maliony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Triop, Larson, Biegler, Wads worth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Kauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays—None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 6 inch drains 
in Mritteson street, from Wallace street to 
Union Stock Yards K. R. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Carey, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin. Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall. Yogt, 
O'Brien (6fh ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills. Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz. Ellert. Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff. McGillen. Ernest, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wads worth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haj^nes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen. McCarthy, Ackerman. 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr. Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 6-inch 
drains in Fiftieth court from Cottage Grove 
avenue to Vincennes avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Mann, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills. Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brinn (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfist r, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoeter, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 



Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman. Noble, 
Kerr. Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bariine — 64. 

Nays— ^one. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 6 inch drains 
in Champlain avenue, from Archer avenue 
to Thirty-seventh street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Stuckart, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson. Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert. Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson. Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

^ays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 6-inch drains 
in Exchange avenue, from Baltimore ave- 
nue to Eighty-seventh street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of A.ld. 
Hummel, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows: 

Yeas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart. Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer,Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 



Nays— None. 



ALSO, 



A report and ordinance for 6-inch drains 
in'Wilcox street, from West Fortieth street 
to VVest Forty-sixth street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
McCarthy, the ordinance was put upon its 



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passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6tli ward), Stackart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, EUert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wads worth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance repealing ordi- 
nance for sidewalk on West Division 
street, from West Fortieth street to West 
Forty-sixth street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
McCarthy, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner. Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, EUert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine — 64. 

Nays— None. 



The following is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINANCE 

Repealing ordinance for a plank sidewalk 
on both sides of West Division street, 
from West Fortieth street to West Forty- 
sixth street. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
*'An ordinance for a plank sidewalk on 
both sides of West Division street, from 
West Fortieth street to West Forty-sixth 
street," passed November 30, 1891, be and 



the same is hereby repealed, and that the 
assessment made under the provisions of 
said ordinance, confirmed September 14, 
1892, Warrant N o. 15,580, be and the same 
is hereby annulled. 

Sec. 2. That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby directed to refund all 
moneys paid on account of said Warrant 
No. 15,580 upon the presentation of the 
original receipts for the same. 

Sec. 8. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 

ALSO, 

A report and ordinance repealing an 
ordinance for opening an alley in Block 11, 
Skinner & Judd's Subdivision in northeast 
quarter Section 21, 38, 14. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Noble, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall, Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Rohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward). Powers, 
Pfister, Potthofe, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummelj Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— *^4. 

^ays— None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINANCE 

Repealing an ordinance for opening an 
alley in Block 11, Skinner & Judd's Sub- 
division in northeast quarter Section 21, 
38, 14. 

Be it ordained hy the City Cowndl of the 

City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
"An ordinance for opening an alley in 
Block 11, Skinner & Judd's Subdivision in 
northeast quarter Section 21. 38, 14," passed 
October 31, 1892, be and the same is hereby 
repealed. 



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Sec. 2. That the Corporation Counsel 
of the City of Chicago be and he is hereby 
directed to dismiss the petition and discon- 
tinue all proceedings in the Superior Court 
of Cook County, Case No. 144 801, in re- 
spect to this improvement. 

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and atter its passage. 

ALSO 

A report and ordinance repealing an ordi- 
nance for opening an alley between Fortv- 
third and Forty-fourth streets, and be- 
tween St. Lawrence and Champlain av- 
enues. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Mann, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wail, Vogt, 
O'Brien ((5th ward), Stuckart, Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison, Loeffler, liidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, -Keats, Michaelsen, Keddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselen. Mulv ihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19ih ward). Powers, 
Ffister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hofer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wads worth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen. McCarthy, Ackerraan, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

^ays— None. 

Tile folk 'iping is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINAlSrCE 

Kepealing an ordinance for opening an al- 
ley between Forty-third and Forty- fourth 
streets, and between St. Lawrence and 
Champlain avenues. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section L That the ordinance entitled 
"An ordinance for opening an alley be- 
tween Forty-third and Forty fourth streets, 
and between St. Lawrence and Champlain 
avenues," passed September 14, 1891, be 
and the same is hereby repealed. 

Sec. 2. That the Corporation Counsel of 
the City of Chicago be and he is hereby di- 
rected to dismiss the petition and discon- 
tinue all proceedings in the Superior Court 



of Cook County, Case No. 138,549 in respect 
to this improvement. 

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 

ALSO, 

A report and ordinance establishing 
wirllh of roadway on^ Fifly-seventh street, 
from Wallace street to Ashland avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Kenny, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows: 

Feas— Morris, Coughlin, Horan, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepbjirn, Wall. Vogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward). Stuckart, Murphy. 
Cookt^, Morrison, Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swigart, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, Ellert, Gosselin. Mulvihill, Brnnnan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (i9th ward). Powers, 
Plister, Potthoff, McGi^len, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson. Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerman, 
Carey, Rauen, Kennv, Plowman. Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill^ 
Bartine— 64. 

iVaiys— None. ' 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 
ordinance 
Establishing the width of roadway on 
Fifty-first street, from Wallace street to- 
Ashland avenue. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That the width of the road- 
way on Fifty-first street, from Wallace 
street to Ashland avenue, be and the same 
is hereby established at thirty eight (38) 
feet. 

Sec. 2. That all ordinances or parts of 
ordinances conflictmg with this ordinance 
be and the same are hereby repealed. 

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 

ALSO. 

A report and ordinance establishing 
grade on sundry streets. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Bartine, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as- 
loilows: 



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Yeas— Morris, Coughlin, [loran, Mar- 
renner, Madden, Hepburn, Wall. Yogt, 
O'Brien (6th ward). Stuckart. Murphy, 
Cooke, Morrison. Loeffler, Bidwill, Kohde, 
Dorman, Schumacher, Kent, Swift, 
Mills, Martin, Knowles, Swis^art, 
Jackson, Keats, Michaelsen, Reddick, 
Kunz, EUert. Gosselin, Mulvihill, Brennan, 
Mahony, O'Brien (19th ward), Powers, 
Pfister, Potthoff, McGillen, Ernst, Muel- 
hoefer, Tripp, Larson, Biegler, Wadsworth, 
Brookman, Sexton, Haynes, Lutter, Con- 
way, Haussen, McCarthy, Ackerraan, 
Carey, Rauen, Kenny, Plowman, Noble, 
Kerr, Mann, Hummel, Howell, O'Neill, 
Bartine— 64. 

^a^.9— None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINANCE 

Establishing grade on sundry streets. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That the grade of the fol- 
lowing streets at the points hereinafter 
named be and the same is hereby estab- 
lished as follows, to- wit: 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Michigan avenue, 25.5. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of State street, 26.5. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Dearborn street, 26.5. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Clark street, 26.5. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of LaSalle street, 26. 5. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Wentworth avenue, 
25.5. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Fifth avenue, 28.0. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Portland avenue, 31.0. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Shields avenue, 32.50. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Stewart avenue, 35.00. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Canal street, 36.00. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Clinton, 88.50. 

One Flundred and Nineteenth strpet, at 
the intersection of Jefferson street, 38.50, 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Desplaines street, 35.00. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Lowe street, 3i.00. 



One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Union street, 34.00. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at- 
the intersection of Emerald street, 34.00 

One Hundred and Nineteenth street, at 
the intersection of Halsted street, 34. 50 . 

South Chicago avenue, at a point 200 feet 
northwest of the northwest line of Drexel 
avenue, 10.7. 

South Chicago avenue, at the intersection 
of Drexel avenue, 9.5. 

South Chicago avenue, at the intersection 
of Schell avenue, 8.5. 

South Chicago avenue, at the intersection 
of Seventy -third street, 8 5. 

South Chicago avenue, at the intersection 
of Greenwood avenue, 8.5. 

Sec. 2. The above heights, as fixed, are 
intended to be measured from the plane of 
low water of A. D. 1847, as fixed by the 
Commissioners of the Illinois and Michigan 
Canal, and adopted by the late Board of 
Sewerage Commissioners and by the late 
Board of Public Works, as the base of 
datum for city levels. 

Sec. 3. That all ordinances or part of 
ordinances, conflicting with this ordinance 
be and the same are hereby repealed. 

Sec 4. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 

The Clerk presented the report of the 
Commissioners to make estimate for curb- 
ing, grading and paving Lake avenue, 
from Thirty seventh street to Oakwood av- 
enue. 

Aid. Hepburn moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO. 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for curbing, filling and paving 
Houston avenue, from Eighty- seventh 
street to Ninety -third street. 

Aid. Howell moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO, 

The report of ihe Commissioners to make 
estimate for grading and paving West Di- 
vision street, from North Branch of Chi- 
cago River to Milwaukee avenue. 



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Aid. Kunz moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for 2 gasoline lamp posts on One 
Hundred and Fifteenth street, from Michi- 
gan avenue to Indiana avenue. 

Aid. Bartine moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO. 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for 3 gasoline lamp posts on One 
Hundred and Seventh street, from Mich- 
igan avenue to Indiana avenue. 

Aid. O'^N'eill moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 



The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The rep;ort of the Commissioners to make 
• estimate tor 3 gasoline lamp posts on One 
Hundred and Eighth street, from Michigan 
avenue to Indiana avenue. 

Aid. O'Neill moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO. 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for 3 gasoline lamp posts on One 
Hundred and Tenth street, from Michigan 
avenue to Indiana avenue. 

Aid. Bartine moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for 1 gasoline lamp post on Union 
street, from State street to Michigan ave- 
nue. , 

Aid. O'Neill moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO. 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for 6 gasoline lamp posts on One 



Hundred and Seventh street, from State 
stieet to Indiana avenue. 

Aid. Bartine moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for 2 gasoline lamp posts on Wa- 
bash avenue, from One Hundred and Ninth 
street to One Hundred and Tenth street. 

Aid. Bartine moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 



The motion prevailed. 



ALSO. 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for 8 gasoline lamp posts on One 
Hundred and Fourteenth place, from But- 
terfield street to Indiana avenue. 

Aid. Bartine moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at> 
cached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for water service pipes in Shake- 
speare street, from Caliornia avenue to 
Humboldt boulevard. 

Aid. Michaelsen moved that the report 
be approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for water service pipes in Forty- 
fifth court, from State street to west line of 
Clark street. 

Aid. Carey moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estnuate for water service pipes in Ed- 
wards avenue, from Eighiy-second street to 
Eighty-third street. 

Aid. Howell moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



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ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for water service pipes in Mont- 
rose boulevard, from Halsted street to 500 
feet east. 



that the report 
the order thereto 



Aid. Sexton moved 
be approved, and that 
attached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for water service pipes in Shields 
avenue, from Fifty-fifth street to Fifty- 
eighth street. 

Aid. Kenny moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto attached 
be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO, 

'The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for water service pipes in Palmer 
avenue, from California avenue to Hum- 
boldt boulevard. 

Aid. Keddick moved that the report be ap 
proved, and that the order thereto attached 
be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for water service pipes in Lill ave- 
nue, from Sheffield avenue to Racine ave- 
nue. 

Aid. Brookman moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 



The motion prevailed. 



ALSO. 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for water service pipes in Bond 
avenue, from Illinois avenue to Eighty-first 
street. 

Aid. Hummel moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO. 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for water service pipes in Sixty- 
fourth street, from State street to Grove 
place. 

Aid. Plowman, moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 



The motion prevailed. 



A.LSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for water service pipes in Ex- 
change avenue, from Eighty-seventh street 
to Baltimore avenue. 

Aid. Hummel moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Madden moved that the Clerk call 
the roll of the Aldermen elect, and as their 
names are called they advance to the 
Clerk's desk and take the oath of office. 

The motion prevailed. 

The Clerk administered the oath of 
office to the incoming Aldermen, and they 
were escorted to their seats. 

The Clerk then called the roll of the new 
Council, and there were 

Present -Aid. Coughlin, Epstean, Horan, 
Best, Marrenner, Smith, Hepburn,Madden, 
VogU Wall, Stuckart, Keed, Cooke, O'JSeill 
(7th ward), Loeffler, Morrison, Rohde, Bid- 
will, Schumacher, Dorman, Swift, Kent, 
Martin. Campbell, Swigart, Knowles, 
Keats, KamerJing, Reddick, Ryan, EUert, 
Kunz, Mulvihill, Gosselin,Mahony, Bren- 
nan. Powers. Gallagher, Potthoff, Hage, 
Ernst, McGillen, Tripp, Muelhoefer, Lar- 
sen, Kelly, Wadsworth, Peck, Sexton, 
Kleinecke, Lutter, Fmkler, Haussen, Con- 
way, Ackerman, Sayle, Mulcahy, Carey, 
Kenny, Utesch, Noble, Francis, Mann, 
Kerr, Howell, Shepherd, Bartine, O'Neill 
(34th ward). 

Aid. Martin moved that the rules of the 
old Council be adopted temporarily as the 
I rules of this Council. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Madden presented the following list 
of Standing Committees of the City Coun- 
cil for 1893-4, and moved its adoption. 

STANDING COMMITTEES 1893-4. 

Finance. 

Madden, Bid will, Kerr, O'Neill (34th 
ward), Kent, Swigart, Horan, Martm, 
Keats, Wadsworth, McGillen, Powers, 
Carey. ' 

Judiciary. 

Mann, Swift. Hepburn, Campbell, Shep- 
herd, Smith, Muelhoefer, Reddick, Cooke, 
Ernst, Sexton, Loeffler, Mahony. 

World's Fair. 

Kerr, Francis, Kent, O'Neill (34th ward), 
Hepburn, Campbell, Kleinecke, Marrenner, 
Howell, McGiileu, Kenny, Schumacher, 
Sexton. 

Schools. 

Martin, Noble.Madden. Kamerling. Peck, 
Conway, Kerr, Hag-. Sayle, Kenny, Gal- 
lagher, Tripp, Knowles. 



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Railroads. 

Wadsworth, O'Neill (34th ward).Utesch, 
Sht^pherd, Finkler, Keats, Peck, Cooke, 
Larsen, Epstean, Kohde, Kyan, Mulcahy. 

Fire and Water. 

O'Neill (34th ward), Swigart, Ackerman, 
Marrenner, Haussen, Kleinecke, Ha^e, 
Bartine, Best, Lutter, Tripp, Coughlin, 
Brennan. 

Qas, Oil and Electric Lights. 

Bidwill, Wadsworth, Keats, Muelhoefer, 
Horan, Noble, Mann, Martin, Finkler, 
Gallagher, Powers, Sexton. 

Health and County Relations. 

Cooke, Bartine, Peck, Savie, Shepherd, 
Haussen, Yogt. Ackerman, Epstean, Fran- 
cis, Gosselin, O'Neill (7th ward), Pottholf. 

Public Buildings. 

Conway, Madden, Best, Kerr, Kent, Bid- 
will, Marrenner, Martin, Ackerman, Mor- 
rison, Lutter, Gallagher, 

Elections. 

Hepburn, Swift, Mann, Smith, Swigart, 
Campbell. Wadsworth, Bidwill, Reddick, 
Horan, Noble, Kleinecke. Muelhoefer. 

Streets and Alleys, South. 

Noble, Kerr, Epstean, Horan, Marrenner, 
Hepburn, Yogt, Heed, Carey, Utesch, 
Howell, Bartine, Ackerman. 

Streets and Alleys, West. 

Kent, Campbell, Cooke, Loeffler, Bidwill, 
Schumacher, Swigart, Keats, Keddick, 
Etlert, Mulvihill, Mahony, Powers, Con- 
way, Sayle. 

Streets and Alleys, North. 

Muelhoefer, Wadsworth. Hage, McGillen, 
Larsen, Kleinecke, Flakier. 

Police. 

Reddick, Kent, Kamerling, Larsen, 
Haassea, Francis, Utesch. Euscean, Fink- 
ler, Shepherd, Kohae, Wall, Kunz. 

Wharves and Public Grounds. 

Keats, Hepburn, Bartiae, Swigart, Peck, 
Francis Best, Cooke, Mueluofer, Klein- 
ecke, Kenny, Gaildgher, Bivauaa. 

Harbors and Bridges. 

Howell, Best, Francis, Kamerling, 
Vogt, Hage, Sayle, Mulvihill, Coughlin, 
Knowles, Kuuz. 

Markets. 

Vogt, Smith. Epstean. Kelly, Reed, 
Stuckart, O'Neill (7t!i ward), Duniian, Mul- 
cahy, Ryan, Potihoff, Brenuan, Wall. 



Wharfing Privileges. 

Swigart, Swift, Madden, Mann, Powell 
Martin, Haussen, Best, Powers, Ryan. 
Coughlin, Carey, Mahony, Gosselin. 

Brideivell. 

Ackerman. Campbell, Madden, Swift, 
Larsen, Conway, Ernst Kamerling, 
Stuckart, Dorman, Kelly, Ellert, Morrison? 

License. 

Horan. Smith, Vogt, Rpddick, Kamer- 
ling, Peck, Hage, Mann, Finkler, Rohde, 
Howell, Ernst, Reed. ■ 

Local Assessments. 

Bartine, Howell, Sheperd, Mulvihill, 
Stuckart. Wall. Morrison, Kunz, O'Neill 
(7th ward), Kelly, Potthoff, Mulcahy, 
Lutter. 

Printing. 

Marrenner, Bartine, Francis, Utesch, 
Sayle, Haussen, Larsen, Tripp, Gosselin, 
Loeffler, Kenny, Schumacher, Knowles. 

Aid. Tripp presented the following list of 
Standing Committees and moved that it be 
substituted for the list introduced by Aid. 
Madden. 

Finance. 

Swift, O'Neill (34th ward), Potthoff, 
Kent, Lutter, Gallaeher, Martin, Swigart, 
Conway, Mahony, Sexton, Epstean, Dor- 
man. 

Judiciary. 

Mann, Ellert, Schumacher, O'Neill (7th 
ward), Coughlin, Gosselin, Larson, Sayle, 
Campbell, Shepherd, Smith, Kent, Tripp. 

Schools. 

Martin, Best, Kleinecke. Utesch, Bartine, 
Reddick, Haussen, Brennan, Kenny, 
Rohde, Kelly, Sayle, Mulvihill. 

Railroads. 

Finkler, Utesch, O'Neill (34th ward), 
Howell, Hage, »ayle. Potthoff, O'Neill (7th 
ward), Mulvihill, Coughlin, Reed, Kelly, 
Morrison. 

Fire and Water. 

Shepherd, Howell, Finkler, Kent, Red- 
dick. Kleinecke, Best, Gallagher, Mahony, 
Gosselin, Tripp, Lutter, Kenny. 

Gas, Oil and Electric Lights. 

Kleinecke, Epstean, Bartine, Shepherd, 
Sayle. Haussen, Reddick, Eelly, Reed, Gal- 
lagher, Potthoff, Brennan Gosselin. 

Health and County Relations. 

Smith, Madden, Cooke, Bidwill, Keats, 
Muelhoefer, Noble, Wall Loeffler, Dorman, 
Knowles, McGillen, Carey. 



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Public Buildings. 

Hau«seii, Horan. Wadsworth, Kerr, Lar- 
sen. viiiellioefer. Kamprling. Sexton, Mul- 
cahy, Powers, Kunz, Kyan, Dorman. 

Elections. 

Kent, Swigart, Horan, Cooke, Swift, 
Keat^s, Campbell, Wall, Keed, Schumacher, 
Kunz, Ernst, Sexton. 

Streets and Alleys, South. 

Ack^rman, Coughlin, Best, Smith, Hep- 
biirn. Stuckart, Utesch, Francis, Mann, 
Howell, Bartine, Carey, Wall. 

Streets and Alleys, West. 

Swigart, O'Neill (7th ward), Morrison, 
Kohde, Schumacher, Kent, Campbell, 
Kamerling, Keddick, Ellert, Mulvihill, 
Brennan, Gallagher, Sayle, Haussen. 

Srreets and Alleys, North. 

Larsen, Hage, Ernst, Tripp, Kleinecke, 
Lutter, Peck. 

Police. 

Best, Hepburn, Bidwill, Keats, Conway, 
Muf^lhoefer, Finkler, Wall, Stuckart, 
O'Neill (7th ward), Knowles, McGillen, 
Sexton. 

Wharves and Public Grounds. 

Coughlin, O'Neill (34th ward). Acker- 
man, Conway, Peck, Smith, Yogt, Bren- 
nan, Keed, Potthoff, McGillen, Morrison, 
Lutter. 

Harbors and Bridges. 

Kerr, Shepherd, Noble, Bidwill, Kent, 
Muelhoefer, Loeffler. Dorman, Ryan, 
Carey, Kenny, Ernst, Peck. 

Markets. 

Hage, Epstean, Horan, Madden, Cooke, 
Kamt^rling, Larsen, Mulcahy, Wall, Pow- 
ers, Mahony, McGillen, GoSiselin. 

Wharfing Privileges. 

Peck, Horan, Marrenner, Hepburn, 
Cooke, Bidwill, Stuckart, Carey, Loeffler, 
Knowles, Kyaa, Mann, iSlulvihiil. 

Bridewell. 

Noble. Madden, Stuckart. Kerr. Bidwill, 
Cooke, Finkler. Oortnan, Morrison, Kyan, 
Powers, Carey, Kelly. 

License. 

Vo2:t, Haussen, Keats, Utesch, Best, 
Wadsworth. Kamprliog, Coughlin, Keed, 
Kohde, Brennan, Ellert, Potthoff. 

Local Assessmejits. 

Campbell. Smith, Madden, Swift. Martin, 
Kleinecke, Kenny, Carey, Loeffler,, Ellert, 
Powers. 



Printing. 

Howell. Swift. Epstean, Horan, Hep- 
burn, Peck. Loeffler, Knowles, Kunz, Mul- 
cahy, Sexton. 

World^s Fair. 

Bartinp,Sbepherd, Hage. Marrenner. Best, 
Campbell, Kent, Keed, Kelly, Mahony, 
Ernst, Kohde, Gallagher. 

The motion of Aid. Tripp was lost by 
yeas and nays as follows : 

Veas — Stuckart, Keed, Morrison, Kohde, 
Schumacher, Dorman. Martin, Swigart, 
Mulvihill, Brennan, Gallagher, Potthoff, 
Hage, Ernst, Tripp, Larsen, Kelly, Peck, 
Sexton. Kl(>inecke, Lu^^ter, Finkler. Haus- 
sen, Ackerman, Sayle,Utesch, O'Neill (34th 
ward)— 27. 

Nays — Coughlin, Epstean, Horan, Best, 
Marrenner. Smith, Hepburn. Madden, 
Yogi-, Wall, Cooke, O'Neill (7th ward), 
Loeffler, Bidwill, Swift, Kent, Campbell, 
Knowles. Keats, Kamerling, Keddick, 
Kyan, Ellert. Kunz, Gosselin. Mahonv, 
Powers, McGillen, Muelhoefer. Wadsworth, 
Conway, Mulcahy. Carev, Kenny, Noble, 
Francis, Mann, Kerr, Howell, Shepherd, 
Bartine — il. 

Aid. McGillen moved that the name of 
Aid. Ernst be substituted on the Commit- 
tee on Streets and Alleys, North Division, 
in lieu of his own on list presented by Aid, 
Madden, which was objected to. 

The question then being on the adoption 
of the list of Standing Committees, pre- 
sented by Aid. Madden, it prevailed and 
the said list was adopted by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Feas— Coughlin, Epstean, Horan, Best, 
Marrenner. Smith, Henburn. Madden, 
Vogt. Wall, Cooke, O'Neill (7th ward)> 
Loeffler, Morrison, Bidwill, Swift, Kent, 
Martin. Campbell, Knowles. Keats, Kam- 
erline, Keddick, Kvan, Ellert, Kunz, Mul- 
vihill, Gosselin. Mahony, Powers, Galla- 
gher. Hage, McGillen, Muelhoefer, Wads- 
worth, (Jonwav, Ackerman. Savle, Mul- 
cahy. Carey. Kenny, Utesch, Noble, Fran- 
cis. Mann. Kerr. Howell, Shepherd,Bartine, 
O'Neill (84th ward)— 50. 

Nays — Stuckart, Reed, Rohde, Schu- 
macher, Dr>rman, Swigart, Brennan, Pott- 
hoff, Ernst. Tripp, Larsen, Kelly, Peck, 
Sexton, Kleinecke, Lutter, Finkler, Haus- 
sen — 18. 

Aid . Kent moved to reconsider the vote 
last taken. 

Aid. Madden moved to lay the motion of 
Aid. Kent on the table. 

The motion prevailed. 

The followinsris the list of Standing Com- 
mittees for 1893-4, as adopted : 

Finance. 

Madden, Bidwill, Kerr. O'Neill (34th 
ward), Kent. Swigart. Horan, Martin, 
Keats, Wadsworth, McGillen, Powers, 
Carey. 



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i 



Judiciary. 

Mann, Swift, Hepburn, Campbell, Shep- 
herd, Smith, Muelhoefer, Rectdick, Cooke, 
Ernst, Sexton, Loeffler, Mahony. 

World's, Fair. 

Kerr, Francis, Kent O'Neill (34th ward), 
Hepburn, Campbell, Kleinecke, Marrenner, 
Howell, McGrillen, Kenny, Schumacher, 
Sexton. 

Schools. 

Martin, Noble,Maddeni, Kamerling, Peck, 
Conway, Kerr, Hage, Sayle, Kenny, Gal- 
lagher, Tripp, Knowles. 

Railrads . 

Wadsworth, O'Neill r34th ward), Utesch, 
Shepherd, Finkler, Keats, Peck, Cooke, 
Larsen, Epstean, Kohde, Kyan, Mulcahy. 

Fire and Water. 

O'Neill (34th ward), Swigart, Ackerman, 
Marrenner, Haussen, Kleinecke, Hage, 
Jtfartine, Best, Latter, Tripp, Coughiin. 
Brennan. 

Gas, Oil and Electric Lights. 

Bidwill, Wadsworth, Keats, Muelhoefer, 
Horan, Noble, Mann, Martin, Finkler, 
Gallagher, Powers, Sexton. 

Health and County Relations. 

Cooke, Bartine, Peek, Sayle, Shepherd, 
Haussen, Vogt, Ackerman, Epstean, Fran- 
cis, Gosselin, O'JNeill (7ch ward), Potthoff. 

Public Buildings. 

Conway, Madden, Best, Kerr, Kent, Bid- 
will, Marrenner, Mariin, Ackerman, Mor- 
rison, Lutter, Gallagher. 

Elections. 

Hepburn, Swirt, Mann, Smith, Swigart, 
Campbell, Wadsworth, Bidwill, Reddick, 
Horan, Noble, Kleinecke, Muelhoefer. 

Streets and Alleys, South. 

Noble, Kerr, Epstean, Horan, Marrenner, 
Hepburn, Vogt, Peed, Carey, Utesch, 
Howell, Bartine, Ackerman. 

Streets and Alleys, West. 

Kent, Campbell, Cooke, Loeffler, Bid- 
will, Schumacher, Swigart, Keats, Red- 
dick, EUert, Mulvihill, Mahony, Powers, 
Conway, Sayle. 

Streets and Alleys, Nortli. 

Muelhoefer, Wadsworth, Hage, McGillen, 
Larsen, Kleinecke, Finkler. 

Police. 

Reddick, Ken t.Kamerling, Larsen, Haus- 
sen, Francis, Utesch, Epstean, Finkler, 
Shepherd, Rohde, Wall, Kunz. 



Wharves and Puhlip Grounds. 

Keats, Hepburn, Bartine, Swigart, Peck, 
Francis, Best, Cooke, Muelhoefer, Klein- 
ecke, Kenny, Gallagher, Brennan. 

Harbors and Bridges. 

Howell, Best, Francis, Kamerling, Yogt, 
Hage, Sayle, Mulvihill,Coughliu, Knowles, 
Kunz. 

Markets. 

' Yogt, Smith, Epstean, Kelly, Reed, 
Stuckart, O'Neill (7th ward), Dorman, 
Mulcahy, Ryan, Potthoff, Brennan, Wall. 

Wharfing Privileges. 

Swigart, Swift, Madden, Mann, Howell, 
Martin, Haussen, Best, Powers, Ryan, 
Coughiin, Carey, Mahony, Gosselin. 

Bridewell. 

Ackerman, Campbell, Madden, Swift, 
Larsen, Conway, Ernst, Kamerling, Stuck- 
art, Dorman, Kelly, EUert, Morrison. 

License. 

Horan, Smith, Yogt, Reddick, Kamer- 
ling, Peck, Hage, Mann, Finkler, Rohde, 
Howell, Ernst, Reed. 

Local Assessments. 

Bartine, Howell, Shepherd, Mulvihill, 
Stuckart, Wall, Morrison, Kunz, O'iNeill 
(7th ward), Kelly, Potthotf, Mulcahy, 
Lutter. 

Printing. 

Marrenner, Bartine, Francis, Utesch, 
Sayle, Haus&en, Larsen, Tripp, Gosselin, 
Loeffler, Kenny, Schumacher, Knowles. 

Aid. Madden moved that Isaac N. Powell 
act as Sergeaut-at-arms of the City Coun- 
cil tor the ensuing year. 

Aid, Hepburn moved that the Clerk cast 
one ballot for Isaac JH. Powell as Sergeant- 
at-Arms of the City Council tor the ensu- 
ing year. 

The motion prevailed. 

The Clerk thereupon cast one ballot for 
Isaac N. Powell and he was declared the 
Sergeant- at- Arms of the City Council for 
the ensuing year. 

Aid. Keht moved that Aid. Swift preside 
as Chairman of the Council in the absence 
of His Honor, the Mayor. 

The question was put by Aid. Kent and 
it prevailed. 

By consent Aid. Madden presented reso-- 
lutions tendering the thanks of the City 
Council to Mr. Joseph A. Haberkorn, the 
retiring Sergeant-at-Arms, and moved its 
adoption. 

The motion prevailea. 



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[1898. 



The following are the resolutions as 
adopted: 

Resolved, That the thanks of , the City 
Council is hereby tendered to Mr. Joseph 
A. Haberkorn, the retiring Sergeant-at- 
Arms, for his strict attention to business 
and for his gentlemanly and courteous de- 
portment shown at all times in the dis- 
charge of his onerous duties. 

Further resolved, That the City Clerk 
be and is hereby directed to spread these 
resolutions upon the records and present 
a copy of the same to Mr. Haberkorn. , 

The Chair (Aid. Swift) introduced His 
Honor, Mayor Washburne, who delivered 
the following message: 

Mayor's Office, ) 
Chicago, April 17, 1893. S 

To the Honorable, the City Council: 

Gentlemek — The hour has arrived 
when I transfer my official title and author- 
ity to another. Before touching upon sub- 
jects pertaining to my administration I de- 
sire to extend to each and every member of 
the City Council and its officials who have 
served during my term of office, my grate- 
ful thanks for the uniform courtesy, kind- 
ness and consideration shown me. What- 
ever good has been accomplished in the 
formation of needed legislation and which 
received your and my approbation, is due 
as much to the legislative branch of this 

government as to its executive. 

« 

In laying down the never-ending cares of 
office, and in a general review of the de- 
partmental work of my administration, I 
must express my thanks and gratitude to 
those department chiefs who assisted me in 
bearing a tremendous burden. Without 
their aid and hearty co-operation nothing 
could have been undertaken, and nothing 
could have been accomplished. In the 
administration of a trust such as I now 
relinquish, one comes to love and cherish 
the loyalty and truthfulness of those whom 
neither malice, misrepresentation nor in- 
trigue can swerve from duty and fidelity. 
They are like unto a refined metal whose 
sterling worth must contrast with the scum 
and dross of its own species, to be valued 
and retained. Such friends and co-workers 
shall be held in the sacred bonds of longest 
memory, for they ennoble manhood, loy- 
alty and truth by contrast with that faith- 
lessness and treachery sometimes devel- 
oped by ambitious adventurers. 



Standing as I do to-night upon the sum- 
mit of a storm-beaten mountain, around 
which all the elements of criticism are di- 
rected, beneath the clouds I behold the 
quiet valley into which I w^ill soon descend, 
and as 1 leave this point of continual com- 
bat to resign the Conflict to another hand, 
I obliterate from my memory ephemeral 
contests and annoying criticisms, holding 
to myself only memories which shall be 
pleasant to recall when I look back in fu- 
ture years to those labors I now lay down. 
1 desire to bear away not the stings of con- 
flict, but the forbearance of an American 
public whose great heart is ever geherous 
and comes after the heat of conflict to beat 
at last in unison with that of those whose 
service it has had. 

In transferring the municipal govern- 
ment to other hands, I do so confident that 
there is a determined desire upon the part 
of each member of this Council to loyally 
and continuously uphold my successor. 
He has assumed a task unprecedented m 
municipal history. The world is knock- 
ing at our doors. Our reputation for hos- 
pitality, for good government, peace and 
good order will be made or lost within the 
present year. I bespeak for him at your 
hands a disregard for party lines, a disre- 
gard for personal ambitions, so that he may 
succeed in bringing credit and approbation 
upon our commonwealth. Without your 
co-operation his hands are tied, with your 
assistance given, as I am sure it will be 
given, he and you can do much to bring 
upon yourselves the thanks of an anxiou* 
public. Tou have not sufficient money 
with which to meet the exigencies of street, 
police and fire, but an unselfish co-opera- 
tion raised above all political and personal 
interests will go far towards bringing out 
the best that can be accomplished. 

Despite unfair criticism, which is the 
misfortune of public life, I claim without 
fear of contradiction that the history 
of the administration now coming to a 
close, and the records of its various de- 
partments, will show an honest effort to 
efficiently and economically administer 
public affairs, the accomplishment of many 
noteworthy reforms and the inauguration 
and completion of many long-desired, 
much needed and beneficial measures. 

Among other things accomplished during 
the past two years, the city has success- 
fully contested and won the great Lake 



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Front litigation in the highest court of the 
land. A. year ago by herculean effort the 
Commissioner of Health succeeded in 
thoroughly cleaning the city, thereby pre- 
venting a possible invasion of Asiatic 
-cholera. The work done in this direction 
■aroused the public to the necessity of 
crematories and a change in the system of 
garbage disposal. The necessities of the 
situation known to us, and toward which 
public attention could not previously be 
•successfully directed, suddenly stimulated 
public thought toward the solution of the 
problem so long neglected. This awaken- 
ing of public interest in the detail of mu- 
nicipal management assisted and enabled 
the authorities to commence the erection 
of crematories for the destruction of gar- 
bage, and 1 am pleased to say that before 
the heat of summer crematories will be in 
operation ready to dispose of garbage and 
arefuse with their pestilence breeding germs. 

RAILKOAD GRA.de CROSSINGS. 

Two years ago my attention was directed 
-to the constant menace to life and limb 
from railroad grade crossings. Being 
deeply interested in a subject which re- 
moved from our midst one citizen per day 
and left many others to bear through life 
the evidences of our barbarism I undertook 
its consideration with the hope of evolving 
some method by which this crying evil 
might be overcome, or at least abated. In 
the incipient stages of this discussion those 
who believed the hour had arrived for con- 
<;lusive action found themselves met with 
the opposition of the entire railroad f rater- 
nit v. lavestigation demonstrated that via- 
ducts were not the proper practicable 
solution of the problem. These structures 
. 4?rea'e iti an otherwise level city a series of 
grades and hillocks offensive to the eye 
and obstructive to commerce. Added to 
this the repairs and maintenance of the, 
viaducts cost the city the sura of $124 500 in 
18;U ^nd $146 JOO in 1892. The coutinuation 
of duch structures erected up to date would 
toe a t ixing of the public for their ultimate 
main'-enance in a sum of not leas th?n 
:$250,0')0 annually. It was soon learned 
that such American cities as Philadelphia 
and Jersey City, as well as many of the 
^reat cities of Europe, had solved the 
problem by the elevation of railroad tracks 
above the surface. When that proposition 
was first made as a solution it called down 
ijpon those who advanced it the sneering 



criticism of all railroad interests whose 
representatives claimed that the proposi- 
tion was not feasible or within reason. 

1 suggested in a communication under 
date of February 15, 1892, that your Hon- 
orable Body appoint a commission which 
should investigate the subject and recom- 
mend what, in its judgment, should be 
done. You promptly concurred in the sug- 
gestion, and with your unanimous ap- 
proval a committee of distinguished citi- 
zens undertook this labor. In a communi- 
cation under date of July II, 1892, the com- 
mittee reported in favor of an ordinance 
for the elevation of railroad tracks. Pub- 
lic sentiment having been gradually 
brought to a realization of the necessity of 
some permanent settlement of the question 
finally overcame the arguments and oppo- 
sition of hostile interests until the latter 
came to admit that the only serious objec- 
tion to the elevation of tracks was the in- 
convenience and expense of accomplishing 
the work. In conformity with the recom- 
mendaiion of the Terminal Commission 
you did, on February 23, 1893, pass an ordi- 
nance carefully and admirably prepared by 
yourselves, and which shall in time make 
this city in the matter of railroad terminals 
the foremost city in the world. 

THE world's COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, 

The two years covered by the outgoing 
municipal administration have witnessed 
the building of the World's Columbian Ex- 
position. In Chicago has been created the 
"White City," the greatest and most beau- 
tiful aggregation of architectural triumphs 
the world has ever known. Throughout 
the rest of the civilized world all industries, 
arts and sciences have been bending their 
energies to the end that their greatest 
achievements may be displayed in the mag- 
nificent palaces now reared in Jackson 
Park. Soon the display will be presented 
in all its perfection to the observation of 
millions of people. The broadest and most 
enlightened conception or the most prolific 
imagination can scarcely exaggerate the 
delight, the education, the high and mater- 
ial benefit which this Exposition means 
for Chicago, and indeed for the world. 
For the next half year the civilization of 
the earth will be focv.sed at Jackson Park. 
Chicago will be the mecca of all peoples. 
Who can fortell or even comprehend what 
thi' beneficial results will be. 



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Chicago's part in the preparation for the 
great Fair has been a most important one. 
It has been performed with a broad con- 
ception, a fidelity to high ideals, a public 
and patriotic spirit, a harmony of action 
and an energy rarely, if ever before 
equalled in any great undertaking. Wholly 
without expeiience in the work of build- 
ing a world's lair, Chicago set about the 
task as rt solutely and confidently as if she 
had carried a score of them to success. 
Paris had just shown to the world an ex- 
position which called forth universal 
praise and admiration. Chicago assumed 
that the Columbian Exposition must sur- 
pass it in all respects, and planned accord- 
ingly. To carry out these plans, an im- 
mense amount of money was necessary. 
Public spirited citizens to the number of 
30,000, promptly furnished $6,000,000 in 
subscriptions to Exposition stock. The 
city, ihrough its Common Council, supple- 
meiiftd this with $5,00O,0CO of municipal 
bonds. The Council has also tendered 
valuable and material aid to the enterprise 
by tht! passage of numerous oraers and or- 
dinances, and at all times has shown a 
gratifying readiness to acquiesce in all re- 
quests of the Exposition authorities. The 
Board of South Park Commissioners, too, 
in addition to furnishing the site, has 
given willing co operation and assistance. 
The Government, besides voting about 
S2,500,0U0 for its own building and exhibit 
ana expenses of the JSIational Commission 
and Board of Lady Managers, has given 
the Exposition authorities $2,500,000 in 
souvenir coins, the sale of which at a 
piemium will add 3^5,000,000 approximately 
to the Exposition Treasury. Another 
$5,000,000 has betn raised by the sale of 
Exposition bonds. Keceipts from interest 
on deposits, admissions to Jackfcon Park 
and froin other sources have brought the 
cash resources of the Exposition Company 
up to fully $22,000 000. For their own 
representation the different iStates and Ter- 
ritories of the Uiiion have made direct ap- 
propriations aggregating about $5 000,000, 
and foreign countries have voted upwards 
ot $7,000,000. In all of these the amounts 
raised through private means for Exposi- 
tion purposes is very great. A conserva- 
tive estimate places the cost of the Exposi- 
tion, in money actually expended, at 
$(50,000,000. The value of the exhibits will 
douotless exceed $500 000,000. 

This vast sum or $t)0,000,000 has been, and 



is being expended with a degree of wisdom 
and effectiveness rarely characteristic of a 
great public enterprise. The results fur- 
nish assurance that this is true. Eighty— 
eight foreign countries will participate in 
the Exposition. Many of them have never 
before been represented at a world's fair^ 
and all of them will far surpass all of their 
previous representations at international 
exhibitions. A commodious site of 633p 
acres for the Exposition, easily accessible 
and bordering on Lake Michigan, has been 
provided and transformed isto a magnifi- 
cent park. Within these grounds more 
than 150 buildings, great and small, have? 
been erected. They range all the way iiE 
size from the hunters' log cabin to \h& 
mammoth Manufactures building, which 
covers thirty and one-half acres, and is the 
largest rooied structure ever erected^ 
Altogether the Exposition buildings cover 
more than 200 acres, and have more thaa 
250 acres of floor space. The architecture^ 
decoration and adornment of the larger 
structures, some twenty in number, repre- 
sent the best v/ork of the greatest living 
arti.<-ts, and are the admiration tf the 
world. The exhibits which are to be dis- 
played in these great buildings constitute 
the material evidences of ail the achieve- 
ments of civilization. They are by far the 
greatest aggregation ever made of the best 
products of human endeavor the world over 
in every line in which it has been exerted. 
What mankind has been and has known irt 
the past, all that mankind now is and now 
has and enjoys, and how great and how ex- 
panding are the promises and prospects lor 
mankind in the future— all this will be 
strikingly and truthfully portrayed by the' 
vast array of exhibits at this Exposition- 
Even those best informed and most compe- 
tent to judge cannot conceive how far 
reaching and how potent are the influences^ 
which this great international Fair is- 
destined to exert. To a large degree it will 
affect the future of commerce, trade, edu- 
cation, science, art, and all lines in which 
human forces are engaged throughout the 
world. It is not exageration to say that it 
is the most universally important event oi 
the century. 

It is gratifying to be able to state that 
Chicago has make preparations for this- 
great Exposition commensurate with its- 
importance. Specification of the details of 
this preparation is not here necessary. It- 
is enough to know that it has been done m 



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a broad and public spirit, and that due 
credit is sure to be given. 

REDUCTION IN THE PIUCE OF GAS. 

In June, 1891, a coramittee consisting of 
the City Comptroller, the Chairman of the 
Finance Committee and the Mayor were 
authorized to effect a settlement with the 
gas companies of the controversy which 
had long been maintained between those 
corporations and the city regarding tlie price 
of gas to public and the private consum- 
ers. After many days of negotiation a set- 
tlement was reached whereby the gas com- 
panies entered into an agreement that 33^ 
per cent of their gross receipts should be 
paid to the City of Chicago as compensation 
for the privileges which they enjoy. In ad- 
dition to this the companies were compelled 
to reduce the price of gas to the private 
consumer five cents per thousand cubic feet 
annually, the reduction to commence Jan- 
uary 1, 1893, and to continue five cents an- 
nually until the price to the consumer shall 
be $1 per thousand cubic feet. By this ar- 
rangement the price of gas during the pres- 
ent year is five cents below the former price 
and by the agreement giving to the city SX 
per cent of the gross revenues of said com- 
panies the city received in the year 1891 the 
sura of $152,843.50, and in the year 1892 
$171,114.96, a clear profit to the city never 
heretofore enjoyed. 

FOUR MILE TUNNEL. 

One of the most important public im- 
provements ever undertaken or brought to 
a finish in this city was the construction 
and completion of the four-mile tunnel. It 
was completed on December 7, 1892, and 
through this work the City of Chicago is in 
the lead of all cities in the matter of the 
quantity and quality of its water supply. 
The quantity is limitless, and its quality 
under the severest tests has not been found 
to be seriously detrimental to health. 

'■ PUBLIC GAMBLING. 

Public gambling, always the cause of 
great public irritation, was stopped by my 
orders within twenty-four hours after my 
inauguration, and at no time since has 
any public gambling been countenanced or 
recognized in this city; on the contrary it 
has been fought and contested in and out 
of court until it is safe to say no public 
gambling resort has been maintained for 
the past two years. The well-known con- 
test with the Garfield Track Racing Asso- 



ciation was after many weeks of tiresome 
and Ditter litigation brought to a successful 
close, and when the courts vested our 
police with power to suppress the evil the 
authority was thoroughly and efficiently 
exercised. 

BUILDING ORDINANCE. 

In view of Chicago's history, the protec- 
tion of property and life from fire must be 
conceded to be one of the most important 
duties of her municipal government. The 
City of Chicago existed up to March 13, 
1893, under a building ordinance which, 
while it prohibited the erection of certain 
frame buildings, made no provision for 
tearing down the same when erected in 
defiance of law and providing only a small 
monetary penalty. Under this ordinance 
the Building Department for years has been 
helpless to contend against the erection in 
our midst ot a class of structures detrimen- 
tal to safety and property. The ordinance 
was also defective in many other ways and 
was not such as to meet the requirements 
of modern building. I theretore, with 
your assistance, early in the administra- 
tion, procured the appointment of a com- 
mittee consisting of representative arch- 
itects, builders, trades unions, and of your- 
selves, which after months of careful study 
prepared an ordinance which shall meet 
the requirements of the present and the 
future. This ordinance was passed, and if 
you could show no other commendable ac- 
tion during your official life, this one ordi- 
nance would stand as a monument to your 
public spirit and the efficiency of your 
labors. 

THE SMOKE NUISANCE. 

Early in my administration I gave much 
attention to the subject of the abatement of 
smoke. I found that it was a physical im- 
possibility to contend against an offending 
public which could not or would not obey 
the law. At my request a number of promi- 
nent and distinguished citizens were in- 
vited to take thisi> subject under considera- 
tion and enlist in their membership those 
citizens whose premises were the worst of- 
fenders. The result was that the society 
for the prevention of smoke grew in mem- 
bers and worked efficiently in a common 
cause until the smoke nuisance so called 
was and is perceptably reduced. 

FINANCES OF THE CITY. 

I will now proceed to submit for your 
consideration a resume of the excellent 



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work of the various departments, which 
will be shown more in detail by the reports 
of the same. The fiaances of the city, as 
conducted by the Comptroller, have been 
managed in a manner to warrant the high- 
est commendation from all thinking eiti- 
z«^ns, and but for his firmness in the often- 
times unpleasant necessity of exercising 
retrenchment we could not have escaped 
what was predicted at the commencement 
of this administration, a return to script 
payment and financial disaster. 

Abstract of the receipts of the City of 
Chicago for the fiscal year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1892 : 

Balance in City Treasury Dec. 31, 

1891... S 1,968.723 19 

Burr Jonathan fund l,73fi 24 

Building- Inspection Department. T0,758 10 
Chicago Elevated Terminal Rail- 
road Company 100,000 00 

Cost of tax sales 1,035 31 

City markets 4,700 35 

Contingent fund 2,990 61 

Department Public Works ... = .... 829.396 59 

Fines of Poliee Courts 87,955 43 

Fire Department 17,256 83 

Fees 1.656 00 

General fund 212,375 86 

Harrison and Tree Medal fund — 48 80 

Health Department 556 45 

House of Correction 81,734 15 

Licenses 3,908.948 96 

Police Life and Health Insurance 

fund 2,188 34 

Policefund 31,373 51 

Pounds 3,023 56 

Public Library 7,968 11 

Rents 34,258 40 

Refunding- loan account 1,560,000 00 

River improvement sinking fund. 1,000 00 

Sewerage sinking fund 1,000 00 

Sewerage fund 252,050 89 

School fund 2,657,328 90 

School tax fund 9,20-^ 45 

Street lamp fund 183,347 89 

Special deposit fund 361 33 

Special assessment and deposit 

fund 600,310 69 

Suspense account 4,285 88 

Taxes 10,260,036 70 

Vf harflng interest 1,219 33 

Waukesha Hygeia Mineral Spring 

Company 500 00 

Water fund. 2,901,428 49 

Warrants outstanding December 

31,1892 63,463 13 

$31,863,218 82 



of Chicago for the fiscal year ending De- 
cember 31, 1892: 

Warrants outstanding Jan. 1, 1892 $129,201 56 

Burr Jonathan fund 1,753 03 

Building Inspection Dept 44,795 66 

Chicago Elevated Terminal Rail- 
road Co 100,000 00 

Contingent fund 37,0.55 86 

Cost of tax sales 3,698 34 

Cost of collecting city taxes 128,4?8 59 

City markets 3,566 70 

City cemetery 69 13 

City Clerk's offtce 16,376 01 

Department Public Works 3,423,085 07 

Election expense 153,736 30 

Erring Women's Refuge for Re- 
form 3,042 57 

Errors in tax warrants 249 90 

Fire Department 1,504,854 38 

General sinking fund 39,000 00 

General fund 135,215 86 

Harrisi.n and Tree medal fund — 48 75 

Health Department 531.692 79 

House of Correction 126,132 98 

House of the Good Shepherd 3,042 57 

Interest account 975,770 13 

Illinois Humane Society^ 23 00 

Judgment account 149.039 03 

Legal expense 40,192 56 

Police Life and Health Insurance 

fund 126 00 

Police fund 3,008,990 39 

Police courts 2.823 81 

Printing and stationery 9.853 9i 

Pounds 2,176 32 

Public Library 185,147 01 

Refunding loan account 1,560,000 00 

School fund 2,650.167 29 

School tax fund 4,229,974 29 

Sewerage fund 538,693 41 

Salaries 213,304 30 

Special assessment on city prop- 
erty 646 41 

Special deposit fund 3,010 95 

Special assessment and deposit 

fund 6,799,094 32 

Street lamp fund 1,015,410 13 

Suspense account 845 87 

Washingtonian Home 12,500 00 

West Lake Street Elevated Rail- 
road 100,000 00 

Water fund 3,330,343 14 

Balance in City Treasury Decem- 
ber 31, 1892 1,664,041 66 

$31,863,218 82 



Abstract of the expenditures of the City 



The bonded debt of the City of Chicago 
December 31, 1892, was as follows: 

Municipal, River Improvement, 

Sewerage and Water Loan Bonds 

outstanding $13,476,450 00 

World's Fair Bonds 5,000,000 00 

Total 118,476,450 00 



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Water Certificates $ 334,000 00 

Ketunded durinj? 1893 Tpecent. 

River Improvement Bonds 

amounting to 249,000 00 

7 per cent. Seweravfe Loan Bonds 490,000 00 

7 per cent. Water Loan Bonds 8:iL000 00 

$ 1,560,000 00 

Into 4 per cent 20 year bond", making a 
saving to the city of $46,800 for interest per 
year. 

Bonds redeemed $39,000. Municipal 7 
per cent due December 1, 1892, and Town 
of Lake Water Bonds $14,900. Five per 
cent and Series A and B Water Certificates 
amounting to $6(56,000. 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTME]ST. 

The conduct of this department since the 
first of the present year has been greatly 
improved and simplified, and its work, if 
conducted on the lines inaugurated since 
January 1st, by its last and most competent 
Commissioner, will greatly facilitate pub- 
lic business. That the work of this depart- 
ment during the past year has been lar 
reaching and vast can be best appreciated 
by a perusal of the following figures and 
facts : 

The special improvements completed 
during the year were: 

New end pier abutment at the east end 
of Indiana street bridge. 

New Nortn Halsted street viaduct. 

Canal street drawbridge with new ap- 
proaches; also new dock on south side of 
river. 

New superstructure of viaduct on North 
Clark street, over North Water street, 
necessitating alterations in masonry and 
approaches and new bridge seats and 
copings. 

Ogden boulevard viaduct. 

Four mile tunnel. 

Lake View tunnel, temporary intake. 

Sixty-eighth street shore inlet. 

Water pipe tunnel under Chicago River 
at Thirty-fifth street. 

Addition to Sixty eighth street pumping 
station. 

Twelve million gallon Gaskill engine in 
Lake View pumping station. 

Washington Heights pumping station re- 
constructed and much enlarged. 

Sevc'nty- third street sewerage pumping 
station. 

There were during the year 108 miles of 
streets paved, 12 L miles of streets improved, 



making a total of paved streets in the city 
of 878 miles, and leaving a total of all 
kinds of streets in the city of 2 370 miles. 
There were constructed 799.65 miles of 
sidewalk, and 134.33 miles of sidewalk 
were repaired, while 10,922.66 miles of 
streets were cleaned, and 200,760 house con- 
nections put in, as against 181 898 last 
year. The total cost of the water works to 
the city to December 31, 1892, was $20,378,- 
255,24. Total operating expenses and 
maintenance of the water works up to De- 
cember 31, 1892, including interest on the 
bonded debt, $19,310,311.89. Total water 
works income to December 31, 1892, S30,- 
105,463.67. Difference between income and 
expenditure, $10,795,151.80. The amount 
of water taxes for the year was $2 738,- 
434.10. The amount of water furnished 
was 71,035,000,000 gallons, as against 63,- 
552,000,000 last year. About 104 miles oE 
sewers were constructed, making the total 
number of miles of sewerage in the city 
992 346. There were 12,231 catch basins 
cleaned, 3,462 raised to grade, and 6.834 
miles of hou^e drains laid. Through the 
dredging operations there were 179.302 
cubic yards of material removed from the 
Chicago River, and the navigation during 
the year has increased 1,077,595 tons. 

SPECIAL, ASSESSMENT BUREAU. 

The work of the Special Assessment 
Bureau has increased to such an extent that 
it has now become the largest sub-depart- 
ment in the magnitude of its work in the 
city. The efficient manner in which this 
bureau has been managed is best under- 
stood by reference to the work which has 
been performed. Considering the technical 
nature of this work and the absolute accur- 
acy required in every detail, the city is to 
be congratulated upon the manner in which 
it has been carried on. 

The following list shows the total of as- 
sessments made in each year since 1861: 

For the year ending- April 1, 1863. . $ 42,635 49 

For the year ending April 1, 1863. . 46,493 67 

For the year ending- April 1, 1864. . 389,169 31 

For the year ending April 1, 1865. . 103,576 35 

J'or the y(;ar ending April 1, 1866. . 802,574 56 

For the year ending April 1, 1867. . 317,306 18 

For the year ending April 1, 1868.. 1,354.436 48 

For the j-ear ending April 1, 1869. 3,395,683 03 

For the year ending April 1, 1870. . 3,836,85.' 48 

For the year ending April.l, 1871. . 3,359,835 89 

For the year ending April 1, 187:^'. - 63,333 35 

For the year ending April 1, 1873 

For the year ending April 1, 1874. . 7ij9,460 2T 



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For the year ending- April 1, 1875. . $ 723,354 42 

For 9 months endinsr Jan. 1, 1876. . 60,585 73 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 181{7.. 1,516,081 07 

Eor the year ending Jan. 1, 1878.. 134,498 48 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1879.. 284,900 45 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1880.. 588,963 44 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1881. . 980,895 50 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1882. . 1,227,169 71 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1883. . 1,395,372 98 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1884. . 2,233,757 04 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1885.. 3,857,905 28 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1886.. 2,889,544 80 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1887.. 3,307,567 99 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1888.. 3,160,474 67 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1889.. 3,r 55.956 78 

For the year ending Jan 1, 1890. . 4,220,869 93 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1891. . 6,987,155 48 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1892. . 8,790,443 29 

For the year ending Jan. 1, 1893.. 14,505,701 79 

BUILDING SUB-DEPAKTMENT. 

The record of the work done by the 
Building Sub-Department shows, perhaps, 
more than that of any other in the city 
government the phenomenal and un- 
precedented growth of our city. The work 
of Ihis department, great as it is through 
thiB ordinary increase and growth of the 
city, has during the past two years out- 
stripped the record of all previous years. 
This was caused by the erection of innumer- 
able buildings during that period prepara- 
tory to the World's Fair. The extra work 
was sufficient to more than occupy the 
attention of the entire department, but in 
addition to this the ordinary work charged 
to the department has been conducted in a 
most praiseworthy manner. Some recent 
calamities causing the loss of human life 
have been charged up to negligence, but 1 
believe the considerate judgment of the 
public will fiaally exonorate it from blame 
when the fact is recalled that the accidents 
referred to were caused by such storms as 
seldom, if ever, sweep through our city. 
The details herewith subjoined speak for 
themselves, and I beJieve cannot be read 
by any person without securing commenda- 
tion for the chief of the department. 

There were erected and permits issued 
during the year 1892 for 18,194 buildings as 
against 11,805 in 1891, 11,608 in 1890, 4,931 in 
1889, 4,958 in 1888, and 4,833 in 1887. The 
numberof feet frontage of buildings erected 
was 327,673, as against 282.672 in l«9l, 266.284 
in 1890, 119,572 in 1889, 116,419 in 1888, 115,506 
in 1887. The cost of the buildings erected 
in 1892 was $64,740,800. The increase in 
cost, as will be seen by reference to the 
annexed table* is .in proportion to the in- 



crease of the number of frontage, being 
more than twice the number erected 
in any year in the history of the 
city, with exceptions of the years 
1890 and 1891, and being several 
millions in excess of those years. The re- 
ceipts for the year 1892 were $69,944 20, the 
expenditures $44,794.06, leaving a balance 
to the credit of the department at the be- 
ginning of the year of $25,148.54. This is 
in marked contrast of the condition in 
which the department was found when this 
administration took hold, as its expendi- 
tures for the year previous had been in 
excess of its receipts. 

WATER OFFICE. 

The system of collecting water taxes was 
early in my administration much improved 
and simplified. I arranged, to this end, for 
the collection o I these taxes by the United 
States and Pacific Express Companies, and 
under the provisions of this arrangement, 
tax payers can now pay in the offices of 
these companies their water rates, each in 
the office nearest the location of his or her 
home instead of being obliged to make 
long journeys down to the main office, often 
at much inconvenience and expense. 
Women and others who can not well afford 
the time and trouble of coming down town 
from remote parts of the city, to stand in 
long lines experiencing delay and incon- 
venience, can now, by the payment of five 
cents to the Express Companies (half the 
usual car fare involved heretofore), have 
their taxes paid without trouble or loss of 
time, and receive a receipt for same. 

In addition to this important reform in- 
stituted ia the water office, thete has been 
a remodeling of the method of taking meter 
rates which has greatly simplified the old 
method, effected a large saving by making 
it possible to reduce the number of em- 
ployes, and destroying the opportunities 
for fraud which heretofore existed. The 
bbokkeeping of the department has been 
thoroughly remodeled, simplified and im- 
proved. The department, however, is not 
on the business basis it should be. It can- 
not be further changed until an ordinance 
for tnac purpose is passed. An ordinance 
was introduced looking to this end, but for 
some reason never met with your approval. 

BUREAU OF STREETS. 

The Street Sub- Department has been 
abJy conducted, and has accomplished 



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much needed and valuable work. In this 
depaitineut some changes have been in- 
augJiiated simplifying the system of book- 
keeping and transferring the Sidewalk 
Sub-Department to the Bureau of Special 
Assessments. This was done in order to 
siiiii.lliy this work, which is by law entirely 
under the jurisdiction of the Special As- 
sessment Bureau, and as such should long 
ago have been transferred to it. Early in 
liie duministration I discovered that there 
was no system in the purchase of supplies 
and materials used by the city, and I there- 
fuio cicdted a bureau for this specific pur- 
pose, known as the Purchasing Agency. 
The creation of this bureau has resulted in 
a saving of much money to the city. Be- 
fore iis creation each department could 
purchase its own supplies. There being so 
many departments this lack of system 
caused much confusion. Under the pres- 
ent method all purchases must pass through 
the hands of the Purchasing Agent, and 
from his office a complete history may be 
learned of every transaction of this char- 
acter. 

SEWSKAGE, MAP AND ENGINEERING 
BUREAUS. 

The Sewerage, Map and City Engineer- 
ing Bureaus have been conducted as here- 
tofore without criticism or adverse com- 
ment, and that Ihr^y have accomplished a 
vast amount of work ctin readily be seen by 
reference to the figures set forth in giving 
a resume of the work done by the entire 
Department of Public Works. 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

During the past year the Health Depart- 
ment has had more demanded of it, more 
to oontpind with, more extraordinary condi- 
tions to meet than ever before in its his- 
tory, and yet, the occassional criticisms 
upon its management to the contrary not- 
wirh><r,anding, its records and the results 
oDcamed by it demonstrate beyond all 
qaebiuion or cavil the great efficiency with 
whioii tlie duties of the department have 
bet-p ninp^iarged. 1 have no hesitation in 
saying that it has accomplished more than 
evtsi ueiure, considering the means at its 
d..c^v.^wii ii.iid the increased demands made 
Upo » «t. The death rate of Chicago for the 
pn.*?^ -i^w has been less in proportion to our 
population than at any time in our history, 
anci LLiti ganerai healthfulness of the city, 
V ' ' he true test of municipal cleanli- 
ness, testifies to the efficiency of the depart- 



ment in the work of sanitation. The ad- 
ministration is enabled to point with par- 
donable pride to the figures annexed which 
show that month by month since January, 
1891, to the present time, with a few excep- 
tions, there has been a steady decrease. 
The annual death rate is lower than for 
years past and lower than any city in 
Europe or this country that has over half a 
million population. In 1891 the death rate 
' per one thousand was 22.20. For the past 
year the death rate from all causes is 18 23. 
The rate for the same period from natural 
causes being 17.4. An example of how 
much can be done and has been done 
towards stamping out contagious diseases 
is shown by the results obtained in the 
number of cases of small-pox last year im- 
ported to this city. Each of these cases was 
clearly defined, and each case was found in 
thickly settled districts. Upon being diag- 
nosed they were immediately transferred 
to the municipal hospital for small-pox, 
the house thoroughly fumigated, and in 
some cases clothing burned, and ever>one 
in the neighborhood properly vacinated 
and kept under surveillance. As a result, 
in no single instance has there been a 
secondary case. Good results have been 
obtained in the efforts of the depart- 
ment to reduce the mortality from typhoid 
fever, the results showing a decrease of 
over five hundred deaths from that disease. 
The medical inspectors have vaccinated 
over twenty -eight thousand persons dur- 
ing the year, and the results of their labor 
is nianifest in the immunity enjoyed from 
an outbreak of the dreaded scourge. The 
work of vaccination, which has been con- 
ducted on a wholesale scale, entire neigh- 
borhoods having been vaccinated at one 
time, togeher with the work of the iMspec- 
tion of immigrants and the detail work of 
the department, has made this a busy year 
for the medical staff, and their valuable 
services deserve commendation. Owing to 
the provisions of the charter governing the 
revenues of the city, we were enabled to 
appropriate only the sum of $427,780 for 
the maintenance of the First Ward plant, 
sweeping, garbage contracts, and the re- 
moval of dead animals. With this totally 
inadequate sum, the best that conld be done 
was done. The city of New York expends 
annually $1,500,000, and while it has a 
larger population there is only about one- 
fifth of the area to be cleaned. Boston, 
with a third of the population of Chicago, 



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expends annually in excess of $600,000, 
while the city of London, England, appro- 
priates a sum equivalent to $25,000,000 per 
annum for the purpose of carrying on street 
sweeping and garbage removal. These 
figures speak for themselves. The needs 
of this department for the future are many, 
as they have been in the past. It needs an 
increase in the number of men commen. 
surate with the urgent demands of the 
time. An appropriation sufficient to meet 
necessary expenditures. An increase in 
the number of tenement and factory in- 
spectors, ten or twelve men to do nothing 
but look after contagious diseases, fumi- 
gation, disinfection and ambulance work. 
The finances of the department are in ex- 
cellent condition and, nothwithstanding 
the unusual and extraordinary demands, in 
not a single instance or in any fund has 
there been an over draft. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

The Department of Police has been ably ^ 
and efficiently conducted during the past 
two years, and I venture the assertion with- 
out fear of contradiction, if facts instead of 
prejudice be the basis of criticism, that at 
no time in the history of the department 
has it been so free from political entangle- 
ments. 

We early inaugurated, with the assist- 
ance of the respected chief of the depart- 
menti a system of physical and educational 
examinations which prevented the going 
upon the force of incompetent men. Its 
general efficiency has been improved, and 
a continuation of the department upon the 
basis now well inaugurated must ultimately 
result in readering it extremely efficient 
and second to no force in the country in 
times of ordinary duty. In time of great 
public peril the Police Department of Chi- 
cago has never been found wanting, it has 
risen to every great emergency and has 
covered itself with, honor and public com- 
mendation. 

During the past two years, although at 
different times serious labor troubles and 
strikes were threatened, we have not per- 
mitted the police to be called on in any 
instance where outside or private police 
powers are invoked. We guaranteed pro- 
tection to property, and for the past two 
years property has been safe. The demands 
of labor have been heard and the right to 
demand higher wages and shorter hours 



conceded, but the right to destroy property 
by turbulent masses who have no common 
interests with honest labor has been de- 
nied. No threatened strike has so far re- 
sulted in the attempted overthrow of gov- 
ernment in the destruction of public or 
private property nor in the delay of any 
common-carrier for one hour in the trans- 
action of its business. This lias been due 
to a desire upon the part of the adminis- 
tration to administer the law fairly, im- 
partially, but firmly in all directions, and 
to the coolness; good judgment and con- 
servatism of the efficient officers of the 
department. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

The Fire Department so nearly touches 
all our personal and commercial interests 
that its annual showing invites attention. 
The department still maintains, under the 
capable management of its most honored 
chief, the foremost rank in the civilized 
world. It is the marvel of visitors, and it 
' is the model upon which those of all other 
cities are moulded. Although it has many 
imitators, it has as yet no rival. Its re- 
port will clearly establish the fact that it 
keeps abreast of the city's growth, and will 
in the future, as well as in the past, justify 
our confidence. 

CITY ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM. 

The City Electric Light system has been 
increased during the past two years by the 
addition of one fifty-light and the exchange 
of three thirty-five tor three fifty light 
lamps, 135 lamp-post hoods, etc., 14 miles of 
electric light cable, 122 man holes and 
88,301 feet of iron pipe. A new Berryman 
steam heater has been placed in service at 
the Throop street plant, and a Colles at 
Chicago avenue and Sedgwick street. The 
four plants now contain fourteen engines, 
twenty- one boilers, four sets stokers, four 
steam heaters, forty-three high and low 
tension dynamos from which the city oper- 
ates 1,103 two-thousand candle power 
double carbon lamps, displacing 4,408 gas 
lamps. There have been laid altogether 
188 miles of electric light cable and 574,340 
feet iron pipe under ground; also 12,109 
feet of underground conduit constructed 
with 352 man holes and 125 hand holds for 
the purposes of ventilation. The city rents 
147 lights from the Power Company in the 
Town of Lake and forty-five from the 
Peoples' Light and Power Company in 
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LAW DEPARTMENT. 

The Law Department has at no time in 
the history of the city been more ably 
maintained or conducted than during the 
past two years. It has had control and 
management of more litigation in point of 
cases docketed than ever before. It has 
standing to its credit a record of more cases 
disposed of and won than any previous ad- 
ministration. Added to this, under the 
able management of Mr. John S. Miller, 
it has successfully contested- and won the 
celebrated Lake Front case, whereby the 
City of Chicago is confirmed in its rights 
by the Supreme Court of the United States 
and has secured property conservatively 
valued at $80,000,000. 

The Prosecuting Attorney's office, a 
branch of the Law Department, and the 
Special Assessment Attorney's office, also 
a branch of the same, have been conducted 
with great credit, and thanks are due to 
those officials whose work has contributed 
to this end . 

HOUSE OF COEKECTION. 

1 desire to call your attention to the con- 
dition of our House of Correction, and to 
urge the necessity of so enlarging its ac- 
commodations as to meet the increased de- 
mand upon its resources. At the present 
time and for the past two years it has con- 
stantly been overcrowded. At some times 
cells constructed for the accommodation of 
one prisoner have had to be utilized for three. 
This condition of affairs is unnecessary and 
inhuman, and were it a condition men- 
tioned in connection with the remote past 
we w(i>uld look upon it with horror. At no 
time has sufficient money been appro- 
priated for this institution. It is and has 
been a school for crime, and not a reform- 
atory. It receives within its doors the 
hardened criminal and the innocence of 
youth, whose only offense is waywardness, 
and the child previously unknown to serious 
misdemeanor leaves its gates f amilar witn 
the hideous phases of human dt-gradation, 
vice and depravity. In this age of knowl- 
edge, wealth, enlightenment and education, 
the second city of this continent maintains 
at the municipal expense an institution 
which annually transforms the ignorance 
of youih into the science of criminality. 
The competent and painstaking Superin- 
teuilent has long urged the necessity of 
larger quarters in order that a classifica- 



tion may be made among the prisonerSr 
and in order that the youth which finds its 
way to the Bridewell may be saved from 
the debauching associations he must now 
endure. I appeal to you in the interests of 
common humanity, in the interests of our 
future population, in the interests of good 
government, to make some effort whereby 
criminals and trivial offenders may be dis- 
associated. Wh spend annually in various^ 
directions millions for the detection and 
punishment of crime, and appropriate but 
•l^BOjOOO for its prevention. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

The Public Library has continued to in- 
crease in usefulness, and is keeping even 
pace with the material developments of the 
city. It IS rapidly growing in size and 
importance. While at the last fiscal year 
it contained but little above 170, 00 J vol- 
umes, it has augmented its treasures since 
then to upwards of 187,000 volumes, tne 
accessions being in a large measure valua- 
ble works in the sciences and arts. The 
entire use of books during the last twelve 
months, not including, however, the con- 
sultation of books in departments in which, 
visitors have free access to the shelves ♦ 
amounted to 1,410,679 volumes, and the use 
of periodicals and newspapers in the several 
reading rooms, excepting the consultation 
of daily papers on file to 700,917. This 
makes in all a circulation of about 2,- 
200,000, being by far the largest in the 
country. Tne number of branch reading 
rooms in the several districts of the city, 
now open to the public, is five, to which 
another is about to be added. The free 
delivery stations, established all over the 
city wherever the convenience of our popu- 
lation suggests it, number now twenty- 
nine. 

During the past year the ground has been 
broken for the new libraty buildiug, and 
the Board of Directors have let several con- 
tracts lor the work of construction. The 
foundation is now nearly finished, and llie 
work on the super structure, for which 
preparations are now being made, will 
soon be begun. The building when finished 
will be one of the finest architectural orna- 
ments of the city, and the only one of its 
class, being purely classic in style. Great 
credit is due the City Council for the con- 
stant liberality and readiness with which 
that body has thus far aided the Library 



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Board in their efforts to give the city the 
best and foremost Public Library. 

EDUCATION. 

The work of this department has been 
very creditable, as its record for the past 
year will show. 

The enrollment for the school year 1891- 
92 was 157,743, an increase of nearly 11,000 
over that of the previous school year. 

The average daily membership for Feb- 
ruary, 1893, was 132,883, an increase of 
6 336 over that of the corresponding month 
for the previous year. 

The sr^ating capacity in buildings bwned 
by the city, at the close of the month of 
February, 1893, was 140,291, an increase 
during the year of 11,081. 

Number of teachers, February, 1893. . 3,483 
Number of teachers, February, 1892.. 3,217 

Increase 266 

The number of seats in rented buildings, 
10,455, an increase during the year of 1,585. 

Number of rooms in buildings owned by 
the city, 2.592, an increase of 219. 

Number of rooms in rented buildings, 
229, an increase of 34. 

The following school buildings have been 
opened during the past year: 

South Division. 
A portion of the Greenwood Avenue 
School Building, containing 6-rooms, the 
remaining portion of the building, con- 
sisting of 10-rooms and Assembly Hall, 
will be completed and ready for use Sep- 
tember next. • 

Van Ylissingen, One Hundred and 
Eighth place, near Went worth avenue, 
16- rooms and Assembly Hall. Eight rooms 
liave been finished off, and are now oc- 
cupied. 

An additional building on the Holden 
School lot, consisting of 17 rooms and As- 
sembly Hall. 

A 4 room frame building corner Eighty- 
third street and Houston avenue. 

The Burroughs School building, corner 
Geneva street and Washtenaw avenue 
(Brighton Park), 16 rooms and Assembly 
Hall. 

fVest Division. 

John Ericsson, on West Harrison street, 
near Sacramento avenue,16 rooms with As- 
sembly Hall. 



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Northwest Division High, corner Davis 
street and Potomac avenue, 16 class rooms 
with Assembly Hall, Laboratories, etc. 

Additions to the Clarke School building, 
Ashland avenin, between Thirteenth and 
Hastings streets, two 3-room additions. 

The Alice L. Barnard School building, 
corner of One riundred and Fourth street 
and St. Charles place (Washington 
Heights), a 16 -room building with Assem- 
bly Hall, is practically completed and will 
be occupied in a few weeks. 

In addition to the above buildings, con- 
tracts have been awarded during the year 
for the following school buildings, which 
will be completed and ready for occupancy 
by the opening of the next school year, Sep- 
tember, 1893: 

North Division. 
Louis Nettlehorst, Evanston avenue, be- 
tween School and Melrose streets, 16 rooms, 
with Assembly Hall. 

Grace and Sheldon streets (Lake View), 
16 rooms, with Assembly Hall. 

Addition to Sulzer street, school building 
(Ravens wood), 12 rooms, with Assembly 
Hall. 

Belle Plaine avenue and Leavitt street, 
4 room frame building. ^ 

South Division. 

Geo. Wm. Curtis school building, corner 
Stanwood avenue and State street (Ken- 
sington), 16 rooms and Assembly Hall. 

Herman Kaster, corner Wood and Seven- 
tieth streets (Englewood on the Hill), 8 
rooms. 

Additional building on Kershaw School 
lot. Winter street, between Sixty-fourth 
and Sixty-fifth streets, 12 rooms and As- 
sembly Hall. 

Addition on J. N. Thorp School lot, 
corner Superior avenue and Eighty-ninth 
street, Cottage Grove avenue, 8 rooms. 

Addition to G. S. Wentworth School 
building, corner Seventieth and Sangamon 
streets (Englewood), 6 rooms. 

Four-room frame building, corner Ellis 
avenue and Seventy second street. 

Four-room frame building, corner 
Blanchard avenue and Fifty-fifth street. 

Wt8t Division. 

Brentano, Linden avenue, between Ever- 
green and Diversey avenues (Maplewood), 
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Clvbourn place and Girard street, 16- 
room buildlDg, with Assembly Hall. 

Augusta street and Washtenaw avenue 
(east of Humboldt Park), 16 rooms, with 
Assembly Hall. 

Geo. Howland School, corner Spalding 
avenue and Sixteenth street, 16 rooms, with 
Assembly Hall. 

Whittier School building, corner Lincoln 
and Moore streets, 16 rooms, with Assembly 
Hall. 

The 4-room frame buildings are being 
erected on the outskirts of the city, where 
the erection of the full-sized buildings is 
not warranted by the present population of 
the respective neighborhoods in which they 
are being erected. 

It is only by reason of the liberal appro- 
priations for the year 1892, which are now 
being collected and consequently available 
during the present year, that the Board of 
Education have been warranted in the erec- 
tion of the large number of buildings now 
under contract. 

MISCEIiLANEOUS. 

On November 21, 1892, a much needed 
ordinance was passed by your Honorable 
Body, known as the Milk Ordinance. This 
was one greatly needed m this community 
and it indicated the desire upon your part 
to firmly step between a public traffic 
which had become so prostituted that it 
bore annually to their graves thousands of 
children, whose lives were sacrificed to the 
greed of an irresponsible and grasping 
dealer. This iDureau has been well in- 
augurated and its efficiency is daily be- 
coming more apparent in the quality of the 
milk now sold. 

About a year ago public attention was 
directed to the desirability of a system of 
free baths for the use of those who could 
not otherwise afford the luxury and sani- 
tary precaution of bathing, and it was my 
pleasure to inaugurate tne establishment 
of bathing places upon the lake shore 
under police protection, thus taking the 
first step in a movement which will result 
in the permanent establishment of resorts 
to which the people may go and enjoy a 
luxury and necessity hitherto denied them. 

The agitation for cleaner streets and 
alleys enabled us to' discontinue the imper- 
fect and unsatisfactory methods which we 
found in use, and recently a special bureau 



has been created bv ordinance to which 
will in future be entrusted the cleaning of 
both streets and alleys. In a communica- 
tion to your Honorable Body, under date 
July 6, 1892, 1 urged the creation of the 
bureau which has recently been estab- 
lished. For some reason it was not then 
deemed practicable to pass the ordinance 
drafted by the committee appointed for the 
consideration of this matter, but the recent 
passage of a similar ordinance creating a 
similar bureau to that then recommended 
will result in the permanent establishment 
of a department which will justify the 
opinions of those who have recently so as- 
sidiously labored for its establishment. 

1 have urged upon you on several occa- 
sions the necessity for an ordinance pro- 
hibiting the stabling upon our streets of 
horses without attendants. No such ordi- 
nance has yet been passed, but I still hope 
you will not permit our city to face our 
coming critics without an ordinance which 
shall clear our streets of the many thou- 
sands of such horses which daily blockade 
the thoroughfares, add to the filth upon the 
streets and save stable hire to their prudent 
owners. One of the first comments of a 
stranger coming to our . city is upon its 
strong resemblance in this regard to the 
surroundings of a country meeting-house 
or a village square. 

Early in the administration you did much, 
to facilitate the convenience of the public 
by the passage of the so-called cross town 
street car ordinances, which 1 was pleased 
toapprove in the interests of the general 
public. 

NEW CITY CHARTER. 

It is a matter of regret that certain inter- 
ests have prevented our State Legislature 
from extending the term of the Chief Ex- 
ecutive of the city. Good municipal gov- 
ernment is the most urgent necessity of the 
present day. The defects of municipal 
government are the result of system rather 
than the fault of men. Men are but hu- 
man, and humanity is ambitious. Many 
an excellent official has sacrificed his effi- 
ciency to advance his political fortunes; re- 
rhove from him the possibility of immediate 
advancement and he becomes an ideal pub- 
lic servant. Public patronage is a public 
curse; it demoralizes government, national, 
state and local. The constant change with 
alternating administrations brings into life 
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fessional office seekers. They are as a 
body honest, capable and loyal men, but 
the r»hances of those that are out necessi- 
tates that those who are in shall neglect 
public duties to maintain their hold. I 
voice the sentiment, 1 believe, of every 
public official and of every man within 
your Honorable Body when I say that a 
change whereby you may be released from 
the never ceasing pressure for office would 
be hailed with delight. Under existing 
conditions you must of necessity recognize 
that which you deplore and in the multi. 
plicity of applications often find that un- 
known to yourselves you have furthered 
the interests of men and measures which 
should have never been considered had you 
more time, and the demand on you not so 
great. The City of Chicago exists under a 
charter granted in 1837. That charter was 
created in the light of its day; since then 
our city has increased from a village to a 
metropolis of a million and a half. The 
dangers from changes ar:sing:out of politi- 
cal patronage in a municipality comprising 
but a few hundred employes is no great 
hindrance to the public service, but a met- 
ropolitan growth creates an army of em- 
ployes whose shortlived existence becomes 
a menace to good government. I would 
recommend for your consideration the 
necessity of a new or amended charter for 
the city providing for an extended term of 
office for the Chief Executive. I have for 
nearly two years advocated that the Legis- 
lature be urged before its adjournment to 
extend the term of Mayor to a period of 
four years and that such official be ineligi- 
ble to re-election; as a further safeguard 
the charter should provide that no chief 
of any bureau or department be eligible to 
the position of Mayor to succeed his chief 
though he may be eligible to succeed him- 
selt in such department by appointment. 
Without this provision the change of 
patronage would still continue and be 
about as great an evil as it now is. With- 
in a few years our city will be- 
come the largest in population on this 
continent. iShall it become the worst 
governed? You can now do a work 
which shall hv-e after you, a work which 
shall give to your children a charter and a 
govfTument capable of mpeting all their 
wants, and which shall reflect everlasting 
credit upon irs founders. The time has ar- 
rived when some steps must be taken to 
remove certain chartered evils. Our finan- 



cial system of collecting and handling 
taxes, our hydra-headed system of county, 
city and town governments which in eifect 
cover but one population. Our inabilit/ to 
let posterity bear a portion of the burden 
for public works created for their uses, and 
our utter disregard for faithful ana .T.cri- 
torious public services in the change of ad- 
ministrations, are the matters which need 
to be considered and to be altered. 

I recommend in the few moments left to 
me that a commission be selected by your 
Honorable Body composed of men learned 
in the law, of citizens whose experience 
teaches them the needs of government, and 
such of yourselves as you may select, to 
forrtiulate a charter such as is needed, that 
it be approved by you and that you and the 
entire press and the entire city demand its 
passage and that it become a law. By 
bringing about a charter and a law that 
would eliminate the evils concerning which 
we are now so well advised, you will create 
for yourselves a monument which shall 
endure so long as your city lasts, and you 
shall be referred to as we now speak of our 
unselfish forefathers who built for us, and 
whose personal ambitions were sunk in 
love for good government and patriotism. 
It only remains for m3 to bid jou all fare- 
well. 

I now have the honor to present to you 
my distinguished successor. He has lived 
long among you. He has watched our 
growth, he .knows our necessities and our 
wants. Experience and observation have 
ripened his abilities. He will labor with* 
you unselfishly lor the common good, and 
will, I doubt not, retire from office able to 
say, "I have struggled in the interests of 
my city against great odds, 1 have had no 
personal ambition, no thought of personal 
gain, no desire to build up fortune at the 
sacrifice of duty. The road was oftentimes 
rough and uneven, but as I look back and 
see the quagmires and the obstructions 
which beset my progress, I am satisfied my 
full duty has been performed to the fullest 
extent the circumstances would allow." 
Gentlemen, I now have the pleasure of 
presenting to you the Mayor of our city, 
the Hon. Carter H. Harrison. 

HemsTEAI) WASHBUElsrE. 

The Clerk presented the official bond of 
Mayor elect Harrison in the penal sum of 
ten thousand (SIO 000) dollars with Ch^.rles 
B.Schwab and F.^deiick H. Winston as 
sureties. 



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Aid. Madden moved that the bond be 
approved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas— Coughlin, Epstean, Horan, Best, 
Marrenner, 8mith, Hepburn, Madden. 
Vogt, Wall, Stuckart, Keed, Cooke, O'Neill 
(7th ward), Loeffler, Morrison, Rohde, 
Bidwill, v^chiimacher^ P'orman. Swift, 
Kent, Martin, Campbell, Swigart, Knowles, 
Keats, Kamerling, Reddick, Ryan, Ellert, 
Kunz, Mulvihill, Gosselin, Mahony, Bren- 
nan. Powers, Gallagher, Potthoflf, Hage, 
Ernst, McGillen, Tripp, Muelhoefer, Lar- 
s<^n, Kelly, Wadsworth, Peck, Sexton, 
Kleinecke, Lutter, Finkler, Haussen, Con- 
way, Ackerman, Sayle, Mulcahy, Carey, 
Kenny, Utesch, Noble, Francis, Mann, 
Kerr, Howell, Shepherd, Bartine, O'Neill 
(34th ward)— 68. 

Nays—l^one. 

The Clerk administered the oath of office 
to the incoming Mayor, Carter H. Harrison, 
who addressed the Council as follows: 

Aldermen of Chicago : 

Foully slandered and shamelessly 
abused by a reckless press, but sustained 
and honored by 115,000 of the free and 
independent voters of Chicago; 115,000 
composed of all democrats except a few 
sore-heads, and composed besides of the 
best elements of the republican party; 
men who believed in fair play and hon- 
est endeavor; men who believed in busi- 
ness interests being protected — I stand 
before you again, for the fifth time, 
chosen to be the mayor of Chicago. 
• When years ago I stood before you, 
aldermen, of Chicago, and took the oath 
which fitted me for this high office, Chi- 
cago had less than half a million of pop- 
ulation; to day it is the sixth city on the 
face of the globe, the second in America 
in population, and the first city on earth 
in pluck, energy, and determination. 
Standing thus, I feel deep anxiety lest I 
may not fulfill the expectation of the 
vast majority of my fellow citizens who 
have honored me. 

All I have to say to you, aldermen of 
Chicago, and through you to its citizens, 
is that my endeavor will be always to 
further the interests of this city of which 
I am so proud, of this city which I en- 
tered when it was but an overgro wn vil- 
lage, but of which I now enter into the 
management as the great and successful 



giant of the west. It will be my endeavor 
to justfy the wishes of the suffragrists 
who placed me here, and I 'earnestly ask 
your CO operation in helping to wipe out 
the slander thrown upon our good name 
by a venal and corrupt press. 

It has been spread broadcast over this 
land, and has even crossed the briny 
deep, that the electorate that has chosen 
your Chief Magistrate was an electorate 
of thieves, thugs, gamblers, and disrepu- 
tables. We stand before the world with 
a black mark upon our character. Let it 
be your and my endeavor to wipe this 
slander out and prove to the world that 
Chicago is a city governed by its best 
people, and that its Mayor and its Com- 
mon Council govern it on principles of 
business and respectability. ' 

Under the charter I am a part of the 
City Council of Chicago. It will be my 
endeavor to co-operate with you, and I 
earnestly ask you to co-operate with me 
in proving to the world that the city that 
has been honored by having placed in its 
midst the Columbian Exposition is a city 
which deserved to have that Exposition 
placed in it. 

I earnestly ask you to co-operate with 
the Mayor, as he pledges himself to co- 
operate with you, in showing and prov- 
ing to the world that Chicago is not only 
the second city of America in population, 
the first city of America in pluck and en- 
ergy, but a city of good government, of 
honest and fair dealing, and that the 
world can come here and feel that its 
pocketbook and its health are safe while 
it stays in our midst. 

Our first duty, gentlemen of the City 
Council of Chicago, is to keep the city in 
a healthy condition, so that when the 
world comes here it will not enter upon 
a charnel house. I pledge my honor to 
you and to my fellow-citizens to do all 
that lies in my power to protect the 
health of the city. It is a part of our 
duty to present Chicago to the world in 
a gala dress, with a clean front to it. It 
will be my earnest endeavor to keep the 
city clean, not only in its heart, but 
throughout its entire dimensions, so that 



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the people of the world can come here 
and say to us: "The young city is not 
only vigorous, but she laves her beauti- 
ful limbs daily in Lake Michigan and 
comes out clean and pure every morn- 
mg." 

I need not make recommendations to 
you. The Mayor who has just retired 
has expressed to me and to you his heart- 
felt wishes for our success. I thank him 
most earnestly for his kindness, and 
pledge to him that I shall endeavor to 
carry out all of his good wishes and to 
give the people t)f Chicago the right, at 
least, to say that he did not falsely 
prophecy about us. 

I will not attempt to detain you to- 
night by laying down to you a policy. 
As occasion arises during the next two 
years I shall present to you curtly such 
matters as I think ought to be laid before 
you. 

It will be my endeavor, as a member 
of the city council, to sit with you in 
your sessions, and to be a part of this 
body. I only hope that you will be sat- 
isfied with the regular weekly meetings, 
for, although I am somewhat past the age 
of youth, and though there be wheels in 
my head, my fellow citizens have 
shown me that the wheels are com- 
posed of flowers, and that my old eagle 
sits perched upon the wheel. 

I shall ask your co-operation; I shall 
endeavor to preside over you fairly. I 
shall listen to you with great pleasure 
when you bring into the body of which I 
am now a member measures for the good 
of the city, and I promise you that if 
you bring in any that I do not consider 
right I will be very sure to send in the 
next week a veto. If I do, I hope that 
you will not consider it an act of unkind- 
ness on my part. You, as members of 
this City Council, have to act much more 
on your own responsibility than does the 
Mayor. You have noi a paid body of 
men behind you to direct you in your 
deliberations. The Mayor will have at 
his side an able corps of men, well paid, 
to give him counsel, and therefore if he 



should claim sometime to know a little 
better than you it is because these paid 
men have aided him in arriving at just 
conclusions. 

Therefore, I earnestly ask of you that 
you will not consider it a return to you 
without the Mayor's signature of any 
measure that you may pass a discourtesy, 
for the Mayor will simply say to you, 
and I now say to you, he returns it to 
you because you have hastily considered 
it, and that he has considered it more 
maturely. 

I ask, too that you will bear with me 
in presiding over you. If I make mis- 
takes in parliamentary rules, it will be 
mistakes of the head and not of the 
heart; and being a somewhat positive 
man, I expect to be tolerably positive in 
my rulings. I will ask you not too often 
to appeal from the Mayor's decision. 

Gentlemen, we are now entered upon 
our work for the next two years. It will 
be — certainly a part of it, the next six 
months — the most trying period of Chi- 
cago's history, except when the besom of 
destruction passed oyer it at its mighty 
conflagration. The eyes of the world 
are upon us; visitors by the million will 
be here in our midst. Let us prove to 
the world that Jefferson's theory that 
"men are capable of self-government," 
was no Utopian theory, and let us prove 
to the denizens of Europe that Chicago, 
the offspring of freedom and of constitu- 
tional government, is able to govern 
itself, and that its City Council and 
Mayor will be capable of administering 
the affairs of this great city. 

We are now ready for business, and as 
your Mayor I shall proceed ot once to 
present to the Council the names of 
those whom I have chosen to be a part 
of my official family for the next two 
years. 

His Honor, the Mavor, submitted the 
following communication: 

Chicago, April 17, 1893. 

To the Honorable, the City Council, Chi- 
ciQO,Ill nois: 

Gentlemen— In conformity with the 
law, 1 have have the honor to submit the 



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name of Oscar D. Wetherell to be Comp- 
troller of the (Jlty of Chicago, and ask your 
concurrence in the same. 

I am, very respectfully, 

Cartek H. Harrison, 
Mayor. 

Aid. Madden moved that the appoint- 
ment be concurred in. 

The motion prevailed. 

The Clerk presented the official bond of 
Oscar D. Wetherell as City ComptroJler in 
the penal sum of one million ($1,000,000) 
- dollars, vs^ith Bernard A. Eckhart, Kobert 
L. Henry, William Harper, Eugene H. 
Pearson and James H. Pearson as sureties. 

Aid. Kent moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Feas— Coughlin, Epstean, Horan, Best, 
Marrenner, Smith, Hepburn, Madden, 
Vogt, Wall, Stuck art, Keed, Cooke, O'Neill 
(7th ward), Loeffler, Morrison, Kohde, 
Eidwill, Schumacher, Dorman, Swift, 
KentjMartin, Campbell, Swigart, Knowles, 
Keats, Kamerling, Keddick, Ryan, Eliert, 
Kunz, Mulvihill, Gosselin, Mahony, Bren- 
nan. Powers, Gallagher, Polthott, Hage, 
Ernst, McGillen, Tripp, Muelhoefer, Lar- 
sen, Kelly, Wadsworth, Peck, Sexton, 
Kleinecke, Lutter, Finkler, Haussen, Con- 
way, Ackerman, Sayle, Mulcahy, Carey, 
Kenny, Utesch, Noble, Francis, Mann, 
Kerr, Howell, Shepherd, Barline, O'Neill, 
(34th ward)— 68. 

Nays— None. 

His Honor, the Mayor, submitted the fol- 
lowing communication: 

Chicago, April 17, 1893. 

To the Honorohle, the Oity Council, Chi- 
cago, Illinios : 

Gentlemen— In conformity with the 
law I have the honor to submit the name 
of Hiram J. Jones to be Commissioner of 
Public Works of the City of Chicago, and 
ask your concurrence in the same. 
I am, very respectfully. 

Carter H. Harrison, 

Mayor. 

Aid. Kent moved to concur in the ap- 
pointment. 

The motion prevailed. 

His Honor, the Mayor, submitted the fol- 
lowing communication: 

Chicago, April 17, 1893. 

To the Honorable the City Council Chi- 
cago, Illinois: 

Gentlemen— In conformity with the 
law I have the honor to submit the name of 



Adolf Kraus to be Corporation Counsel of 
the City of Chicago, and ask your concur- 
rence in the same. 

I am very respectfully, 

Carter H. Harrison, 
Mayor. 

Aid. Hepburn moved that the appoint- 
ment be concurred in. 

The motion prevailed. 

The Clerk presented the official bond of 
Adolf Kraus as Corporation Counsel, in 
the penal sum of five thousand ($5,000) 
dollars with Levy Mayer and Thomas 
A. Moran as sureties. 

Aid. Hepburn moved that the bond be 
approved . 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Feas— Coughlin, Epstean, Horan, Best, 
Marrenner, Smith, Hepburn, Madden, 
Vogt, Wall, Stuckart, Reed, Cooke, O'Neill 
(7th ward), Loeffler, Morrison, Rohde, 
Bid will, Schumacher, Dorman, Swift, 
Kent, Martin, Campbell, Swigart, Knowles, 
Keats, Kamerling, Reddick, Ryan, Eliert, 
Kunz, Mulvihill, Gosselin, Mahony, Bren- 
nan, Powers, Gallagher, Potthoff, Hage, 
Ernst, McGillen, Tripp, Muelhoefer, Lar- 
sen, Kelly, Wadsworth, Peck, Sexton, 
Kleinecke, Lutter, Finkler, Haussen, Con- 
way, Ackerman, Sayle, Mulcahy, Carey, 
Kenny, Uteseh, Noble, Francis, Mann, 
Kerr, Howell, Shepherd, Bartine, O'Neill 
(34th ward)— 68. 

Nays— None. 

His Honor, the Mayor, submitted tne fol- 
lowing communication: 

Chicago, April 17, 1893. 
To the Honorable, the City Council, Chi- 
cago, Illinois: 

Gentlemen— In conformity with the 
law, I have the honor to submit the name 
of Denis J. Swenie to be Fire Marshal of 
the City of Chicago, and ask your concur- 
rence in the same. 

I am, very respectfully. 

Carter H. Harrison, 

Mayor. 

Aid. Madden moved that the appoint- 
ment be concurred in. 

The motion prevailed. 

His Honor, the Mayor, submitted the fol- 
lowing communication: 

Chicago, April 17, 1893. 

To the Honorable the City Council, Chi- 
cago, Illbiois: 

Gentlemen— la conformity with the 
law I have the honor to submit the naine 



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of Dr. Arthur R. Reynolds to be Commis- 
sioner of Health of the City of Chicago, and 
ask your concurrence in the same. 
I am, very respectfully, 

Cabter H. Hareison, 
Mayor. 

Aid. Kent moved that the appointment 
be concurred in. 

The motion prevailed. 

The (Dlerk presented the official bond of 
Arthur R. Reynolds as Commissioner of 
Health in the penal sum of five thousand 
($5,000) dollars, with Henry J. Reynolds 
and Samuel B. Foster as sureties. 

Aid. Kent moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Feas— Coughlin, Epstean, Horan, Best, 
Marrenner, Smith, Hepburn, Madden,Yogt, 
Wall, Stuckart, Reed, Cooke, O'Neill (7th 
ward), Loeffler, Morrison, Rohde, Bidwill, 
Schumacher, Dorman, Swift, Kent, Mar- 
tin, Campbell, Swigart, Knowles, Keats, 
Kamerling, Reddick, Ryan, Ellert, Kunz, 
Mulvihill, Gosselin, Mahony, Brennan, 
Powers, Gallagher, Potthoff, Hage, Ernst, 
McGillen, Tripp, Muelhoefer, Larsen, 
Kelly, Wads worth, Peck, Sexton, Klein- 
ecke, Lutter, Finkler, Haussen, Conway, 
Ackerman, Sayle, Mulcahy, Carey, Kenny, 
Utesch, Noble, Francis, Mann, Kerr, 
Howell, Shepherd, Bartine, O'Neill, (34th 
ward)— 68. 

Nays— None. 

His Honor, the Mayor, submitted the fol- 
lowing communication: 

, Chicago, April 17, 1893. 

lo the Honorable, the City Council, Chi- 
cago, Illinois: 

Gentlemen— In conformity with the 
law, I have the honor to submit the name 
of Frank X. Bran decker, Jr., to be City 
Collector of the City of Chicago, and ask 
your concurrence in the same. 

I am, very respectfully. 

Carter fl. Harrison, 

Mayor. 

Aid. McGillen moved that the appoint- 
ment be concurred in. 

The motion prevailed. 

His Honor, the Mayor, submitted the fol- 
lowing communication: 

Chicago, April U, 1893. 

To the Honorable, the City Council, Chi- 
cago, Illinois: 

Gentlemen— In conformity with the 
law, 1 have the honor to submit the name of 



Henry F. Donovan, to be Inspector of Gas 
Meters of the City of Chicago, and ask 
your concurrence in the same. 
I am, very respectfully. 

Carter H. Harrison, 
Mayor. 

Aid. Kent moved that the appointment 
be concurred in. 

The motion prevailed. 

The Clerk presented the official bond of 
Henry F. Donovan as Inspector of Gas 
Meters, in the penal sum of ten thousand 
($10,000) dollars, with William P. Rend 
and Edward S. Dreyer as sureties. 

Aid. Kent moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Feas— Coughlin. Epstean, Horan, Best, 
Marrenner, Smith, Hepburn, Madden, 
Vogt, Wall, Stuckart, Reed, Cooke, O'Neill 
(7th ward), Ivoeffler, Morrison, Rohde, 
Bidwill, Schumacher, Dorman, Swift, 
Kent, Martin, Campbell, Swigart, Knowles, 
Keats, Kamerling, Reddick, Ryan, Ellert, 
Kunz, Mu