2 Real Est. & L. Rec. 77 (1880)

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RECORD.

VoL. 2.                                     CHICAGO, ILL., APRIL 2, 1880.                                          No. 1.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.
PAGE.
Court Decisions.....   ...........  ..........77
Bills of Sale..............    ...........78
Judgments ..............................78
31ortgages...............................78
Trust Deeds....................  ........... 78,79
Chattel Mortgages...........................79,80
Building  Pernnts..............................81
City  Realty  Transfers.....  ....................81,82
County            .......     .........2,8
Sales udicial and Under Powers.................83
Advertising...  .........................K3,84
REAL ESTATE AND BROKERS' DIRECTORY.

CHI0A

ESTABLISHED 1852.
00 REAL ESTATE OFF

ICE

-OF-
S. H. KERFOOT & CO.,
94 DEARBORN STREET.
BAIRD & BRADLEY,
LOAN          REAL ESTATE
-E AND:
No. 90 LA SALLE STREET,
Roo)is 15 AND 17.
HENRY J. GOODRICH,
FIlST CLASS PI3OPEkTY REPESENTED,
51   Jfaljor     Zook,
Cor. Madison and La Salle Sts.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Twenty-one years' experience in Chicago.
Correspondence invited.
176 Wshin gton Street, - S.W. cor. 5th Ave.
P. E. STANLEY,
TAX AGENT AND
Abstract Maker,
99 & 101 WASHINGTON STREET,
AYING TAXES AND ADJUSTING ASSESSMENT A
SPECIALTY.
BROWN, IRA. Suburban roperty a specialty.
Room ,142 La Salle Street.
E LLIOT & McARTHUR,      147 La Salle Street.
GOODRIDGE, EDWARD,Real Estate, House Rent-
ing and Collecting Money Loan Agent, 259 West Madi-
son St., Chicago. Reference since 1858 :-Traders' Bank.
GARNER, WILLIAM,
144 La Salle Street.
GRUSSING, GEO., Real Estate and Loan Agent,
Room 96, Metropolitan Block, N.W. cor. Randolph and
La Lalle Sts., Chicago,
UDEK, PROKOP, Real Estate and Loan Agent,
H124 West 19th St.
JACOBS, B. F.,
99 Washingnon Street, Chicago.
STOKES, WILLIAM N., House Renting and Col-
lecting Agent, 259 West Madison Street, Chicago. Re-
fer to--Traders' Bank,
WEBER, BERNARD F., Real Estate and Loan
Agent. Room 1, McCormick's Hall, 46 N. Clark
Street, Chicago.

BUSINESS CARDS.
SIMEON W. KING,
ATTORNEY -AT-LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC,
Commisionr f ee,0cm
For All the Territories, U. S. Commissioner, Com-
missioner U. S. Court of Claims and
Passport Agent,
OFFICE: No. 5 METHODIST CHURCH BLOCK,
PHILIP A. HOYNE,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
For every State and Territory.
Notary Public, United States Commissioner, Commissioner United
States Court of Claims and Passport Agent,
NOS. 157 AND 159 LA SALLE STREET
CHICAGO, ILL.
o      2 E, 2  lo
E. S. DREYER & CO.,
BANKERS,
Loans and Real Estate,
88 IV.dSH.FrGTO.r STREET,
S. M. RANDOLPH,
Architect,
87 WASHINGTON STREET, CHICAGO,
U.S. Ez. CO.'S BLDG., 00MS 16-17,
A. L. BARSLEY         G. M. OWENS,
161 Twenty-Ninth t.  168 West Jackson St.
A. L. BARSLEY & CO.,
FELT, COMPOSITION AND
G&fYEL VT          OOFEJ S,
189 & 203 LA SALLE ST., CHICAGO, ILL.
Paper Hangings
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
RESIDENCES, SIORES AND OFFICES DECO-
RATED AT REASONABLE PRICES,
IN THE MOST TASTY STYLE.
SPooR MACKEY,
189 State St.
UNDER THE PALMER HOUSE.
PDERINTS Bros.
WVall Paper and Paints.
Iff CONTRACT WORK A SPECIALTY ..g
X1 2 95 4eth .E .mted street,
And Cor. Cottage Grove Ave. & 26th St.
G. F. WHIDDEN,
CONTRACTOR FOR ALL
House Repairs,
AND DEALER IN
REPAIR .71ITERIALS.
PAINT STORE AND SHOPS. CARPENTER SHOP.
216 S. Halsted Street,  1014 W. Madision St.,
1014 W. Madison St.,  Chic igo.
JOHN A. YOLE, Agent Robbins Estate.
E. A. WARFIELD, Financial Agent Union Mutual Life
Insurance Co.

COURT DECISIONS
ORDINANCE TAXING VESSELS.-The opinion
of the Supreme Court of the United States,
by HARLAN, J., in two cases, holding that an
ordinance of a city, requiring all boats land-
ing at such city to pay a wharfage, the
city being riparian owner of the river front
where landing was made, and having erected
and maintained at its own cost improved
wharves for the beflefit of those engaged in
commerce, is not in violation of the consti-
tutional prohibition against States regulating
commerce, or laying tonnage duties.
BONDS IN AID OF RAILROADs.-The opin-
ion of the Supreme Court of the United
States by HARLAN, J., holding, that the
consolidation of a railroad company, having
a subscription from a municipal corporation
in aid of the construction of its road, with
another company, does invalidate such sub-
scription; the consolidated company, succeeds
to the rights and franchises of the former
company.
PRACTICE CASES.-Several short practice
cases of the Supreme Court of this State.
The publicaton of the rulings of the Supeme
Court upon questions of practie make the
members of the bar familiar with the practice,
and prevents them from occupying the time
of the court in making motions on questions
that have been settled by the court.
PRACTICE-APPEAL-POWER OF COURT OVER
LOWER COURT CLERK.-The opinion of the
Supreme Court of Calafornia, by McKEE, J.,
holding that for all purposes connected with
its appellate jurisdiction, the Supreme Court
has the same power over the clerk of the
court below as it has over its own clerk.
PARTNERSHIP-DEATH OF PARTNER.-The
opinion of the Appellate Court, First District,
by WILSON, J., holding that on the death of
one of a firm, the surviving partners stand
in the relation of trustees to the partnership
estate; that although executors have absolute
power of disposal of the personal effects of
their testator, an exception exists in the case
of a purchase by one standing in a relation
of trust or confidence with respect to the sub-
ject-matter of the sale; in such case the pur-
chaser of such personal property takes the
legal title charged with the liability to be
set aside at the instance of the cestui que
trust if he makes his application in a reason-
able time, and in such case it is immaterial
whether the sale was a beneficial one or not;
that in the absence of an agreement therefor,
a partner is not permitted to charge for his
personal services in attending to the partner-
ship business.

APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS.
ABSTRACT OF OPINIONS FILED MARCH
1880.

2,

NEGLIGENCE.
No. 153.-Price v. Henegan.-Appeal from
Cook.-The Hon. J. G. ROBERTS, Judge,
presiding.
This was an action on the case for negli-
gence in constructing a bridge or plalform
over an area, whereby plaibtif's mare, while
working on the building, broke through the
bridge and was killed. The testimany fail-
ed to show in what respect appellees were

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