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THE CHICAGO EAGLE.
i StatP Central Committer.
CbtlrtnftiW. II. Clark.
Becretury T. N. Jsmleson.
Tre ssnrer K. O. Keith.
At Large Kilwsnl II. Morrlf, Clilcapo! lions
ton Singleton, Decatur. ,
i T. . Jstnle.on, Chicago
James L. Monasban, Chicago
James II. liurke, Chicago
Jnmc lVaie, Chicago
... tico. 8. Uoiter, llockfortl
, w. !. trailer, Aurora
...J. V. litter. Merllnir
.Thou. ('. FnllcrtuD, Ottawa
9 , ,...J. II. million, Hickman
10 1.C. Kilnrd. Tcorla
11 V. II. Ilainllne, Macomb
3 ....A. IMlrout. Winchester
9.,.., Lincoln Unbolt, S rlnittlclit
4 V. Y. Calhonu. liecatur
It Jame II. Clark. Mnttoon
1,,... A. II. Jone. llobtn.oti
IT 1). M. Clark. Vatulalln
II J. II. Mci'lck, Kant Ht. Louis
James H. Martin. Hnlcm
V. V. H. lilica, Marlon
Chairman Dcloa 1'. l'belpi.
Secretary Theo. Nclnou.
Treasurer W, II, llrlntou.
At Larue Itetos r, riielii. Monmouth: Sam
uel 1). Chane. Chicago: .1. r. Maliony. Chtcnso;
Thomas Dalian, Chlcaito: 1. C. II. Icy, .lolirt:
Frank Klavell, Mt. Carmel: W. J. llroderlck,
East Xt. Louis.
1 John I. I.clendcckcr, Chicago
a William .t. o'llrlcn, Chicago
S W. Y. Mnhony, Chicago
4 John V. O'.Malley, Chicago
1. J. Ilogan. tleneva
Chorion Mrman, Kreeiiott
1 C. C. Johnson, Sterling
f Daniel llecnan, Htreator
Kdwln llcanl, Watseka
10 l'rnnk J. otunn. 1'corla
II J. W. t'otter. ltock Island
12 .... K. V. liltins, l'lttancld
II Wm. T. Vandene. Taylorvlllc
14 Theodore Nelson, Chicago
It W. II. Ilrlnton, Tuscnia
M V. 1 llcck.oincy
IT John II. Ilakcr, Hulllvan
U I.nca rfellTenbcrger, Alton
1 Walter Watson, Mt. Vemou
W. M. Ilurr, Cnrboadale
Democrntlc L'rntntl Committee.
(Clt and County)
Chairman John Mcdlllen.
Secretary James C. Htraln.
1. Michael Kcntia
John I. Lelndeckcr.
Edward ronsouby.. ,
!4S. Clark at
.l'i.u Michigan nvo
..'J ot. Dearborn at
MANNS BOOH FLAGS
Longoncckcr Is Indorsed Ity Hun
dreds of the Tliirly-stcond
Attempt to Defeat Al
drich. Discover That Will Militate Against
the Chances ot the Present
The tight for Alderman of the
Thirty-second Ward Is growing white
hot and sparks flew at tho prlmnrlos
when tho last ot Aid. Mann's boom
was given a cold bath.
Tho high charnctcrof tho men who
are supporting Judge Longenccker is
evident from tho circular urging him
to make the race, signed by substan
tial citizens of the ward, nil well
known within Its borders, and ninny
of them widely known beyond it.
Tho claim is mndo that tho solid
men of tho ward nro in favor of
Mann. Tho reverse is shown by tho
circular referred to, which reads as
The Hoy. Joei. M. Lonoeseckeh: We, the
undersigned, cltliens and voters realdlnu in
the Thirty-second Ward, having watched with
Interest-yourimlilic career nd your acrvlcea
in hehalf of the RcpuMlcan party, as well as
yonrreadlneis at all tlmea to champion the
rlirht aide In all puhllo measures, hereby re
finest you to become a candidate for tho Re
publican nomination for Alderman, and prom
ise you our hearty nud cordial support at the
approachlnif primaries." Hlancd by:
Paul Cornell .1 W 0111 3 J Qu'cU'nb'ah
Warr'nKI.erndMertt in Church M Downer
Arthur UJonta J V lloush Oeo W Kendall
Walt'rll I'hUt'rOnc'rllAnd'rs'nOeo II Liberty
Win It Kerr JWChrlHtrns'nOco W Stone
OeoWCrawfordJ A Kinit Henry Knos
it u- Hnrood Chas S Ilakcr cnas uiecKicr
Andr'wH'm'lfnW I llemen
Y. Cr'ne Wilson C 1". Conovcr
Ocorue Wllunn Jos K Grubb
V A Maxflelil
a Y Meyers
A W Wrluht
Tho S Mincey ,tai 11 Mooro
Ir I W Jiloo 1
Wm C I.awaon Chat Itichards
i) .1 LlmUav John I' Waters
W J Mee
1 1 Tarnsworth Densl'w Lewis 1'. T Noble
fleorire A Hook Wm I. I'ierco C C I'ouke
C II Collins ChJS(iHlrci I'rank liarkcr
Alvln Westcott John I". Cornell Martin Kopf
.1 C Christman A ' Olbsou A M i:aer
Krcti Oardner Chrl.t'n KoenUllobfrt S Hill
II N lilbbard C Y. Waterman 0 II Callahan
Ilarton hecll II O Teed Y. T Wines
Oeo I, Warner Oto Y Slorcau V Wines
A II 1'orter hnrlie Teall 0 S f.aither
HarlW h( encerV.'m Kluitsloy H Cook
Y. T lirldses Y C Joeelyn John Sundlne
InoMIIamllton II Y. Weaver Wm Terrell
N Sherwood ChMles Wet John llon.'h
(i A K Kohler
Clin Newton licojiciz
T J livl KISHouhteJInir
V V Oardner WmCopelanil
A T Jones J W Ilcw
C II Hlxon II K Wllncn
Louis II Ltvy W b Ilallcy
Y Hrooks 11 L LlpperV
A J Stevens C II Watt
H Dunning Jo Ilotlln
C U liatrell John V I'lirel
Jllllarrett A J Haw lie
Oeo II Teaks Owen Uiune
co Iicifelim M J llenson
H i; ( rosby
J r. U&:iti
H L Church
Ilr J II Lee
John (-' r'trd
J W Ilqntap
J,hn Y Adam
Wm K Jllllef Jr Ham I'lschel
Jl L Uunbaci 0 L Martin
K H Halsbury
J. P. Belli 2815 S. Park arc
F. M Walker 33U Grand boulevard
Patrick White ni in Indiana ave
M. Flannlgan Go Thirty-nrst st
James Daley :lliil H. Ilalstcdat
.....,,.. Anglo Am. I'ror. Co., U. H. Yard
Chas. Mulbrandon r.llH. Canal at
Wm.Camiody M5H. Ilalsted at
Win. Locffler , 2 Nineteenth place
Kdward Prlndevllle : Margaret at
Thomas Cusack vi Fifteenth at
Win. II, Dunn 1 W. F.lcvcnth at
llughCnrran 4M Hastings st
John J, Cullerton ..Mil Ovdcn ate
Wm. Nugent,. iciw. liandohih at,
M. C. McDonald col Security building.
John Long twi H. Lincoln at
Thorn aa Wulrooncy lsfll Congress at,
Patrick J. Donahue 4 llroomat.
Dennis Conaidlne nun Fulton at.
Joseph H, Hchwab BTO N, Iloyne ave,
W.J, McNamara :in N, llobevst.
H. H. llrewer TU Ilumbotdt Park bird.
John Flttslmmona UTs N, Lcavltt st,
Htanley II, Kum wn Noble at,
lllchard f'tillen 'IS Keith at,
ltlchard Powers X, Pcorlnat.
htephen M. Oosaclln 11 N, Orecn at.
John Mc Allen, w, Sin W. Madison st.
John J. Ilrennau 1 H. Carpenter st.
Patrick McCarthy 134 W. Harrison st.
Joseph llabcrkorn. S'l Center arc.
Henry F. Donovan :hu Webster i.vc
Thomas llanton 7S1 Clvboum ave.
F. X. Hramlcckcr, Jr ois Hcdgwlckat.
JohnMcUIIIen..,. loo Washington st.
John Wardcll..., i 150 Cleveland arc.
James II. Farrell, M Dearborn st.
Thomas J. O'Mallcy slo Kedgwlck at.
Michael Hughes HUK. Huron at.
Martin Heavy 'Jin Hush at,
Fr.nkJ. Murphy ui Illinois st.
Kugcne Hugg lOlu Dlvcrscy st.
Wm. F. Qulnlan Kdgewater
Frank Kerr PUT Nelson at.
John W. Lanehart 71) Dearborn at.
Win. Kennedy Arondale
Ihos. Casslu Irving Park
.1. P. Mc Kirov nut Carroll ave.
Kdward Williams 330(1 8. Western are.
Thomas (laban 42(iv H. Halsted st.
Thomas Carey 4 mi Wood at.
Maurice Morlarty tr.M Dearborn at,
Thomas Ilymo 4w H. Halsted at.
Daniel F. O'Neill Auburn Park
John Hue ehv wit Sixty-ninth st.
ItlchanlT. llanralian Wi Kvans arc.
Patrick Cummlugs 41'J3Htato at.
Thomas J. Donnelly. Month Chicago.
L'llHardMaran Mouth Chicago.
James it van c Drexcl ave,
Harrington, M. H. Mcintosh...
llloom, AbnerJ. Miller
llrcmen, Wm Moak
Calumet, Peter Klplcy ,
Cicero, James Graham
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HON. JOEL M.
Irv'e V Cirecne William Ward J Hcfter
L K Parker John Dlcti Jos I)e Wyckoff
1. 1) Condce Geo W Wells And 'J.ooo others
The friends of Aid. Mann havo
been less scrupulous in their endeavor
to make it appear that prominent
Republicans are supporting hltn and
went to tho extent of placing the
name of E II. Myers, President of
tho Hyde Park Club, on their ticket.
To which Mr. Myers has this to say:
ClllCAoo, III., March U.
I notice from the evening press that my name
has been placed on the delegate ticket In tho
Ninth Primary District in the Interest of Jamca
It. Mann for Alderman of the Thirty-second
W.rd. I dealro to say that tills action was
taken without my knowledge or consent, and
that I repudlato the same, having dcclluod to
take any part on either aide, E, I). MYEltf.
Housing meetings In tho Inteiest
of Judge Longenccker wcro held In
tho ward on Tuesday night. At tho
Boston Hotel, 55th street and .lack
son avenue, over 20U people gath
ered for tho flfst political meeting
ever held In that precinct.
A still larger meeting was held In
Skccle's Hall, on Stato street, near
53d street, whero 500 admirers of
Judge Longenccker were on hand.
Judgo Longenccker himself addressed
both meetings. Ills pledges to look
after tho Interests of his ward inoro
thoroughly than tho outgoing alder
man has done wore accepted at par,
nnd tho hundreds present pledged
him their support In tuin In deafen
Tho fact that Aid. Mann while In
tho Council has paid no attention to
securing Improvements for his wind
!. militating against him. Tho only
answer 111- supporters are making lb
to nbu-o his oppononts for exercising
their privilege of preferring somo ono
else. That Aid. Mann Is in a deal to
defeat Aldrlch for re-election to Con
gress Is unquestioned, and that Is ono
of tho chief leasons given ly Aid.
Kerr In a strong circular to the
voters of the wurd for h's support of
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Clrero, C. T.. Oratts 161 Washington street
Klk drove, It. llelste Desplalncs
Kvanaton.D. P. o'Leary ....Kvanaton
Kranaton. Frank t. Peabody , , . Kvanaton
Hanover, ll. P. KclmlU llartlett
Lemon'., Oeo. A. Weltncr Lcmont
Lcmont, John W. McCarthy ...Lemont
Leyden, Thomas Carey.., ,,,., Mannheim
Lyons, F. D, Cossltt, Jr La Orange
Lvons, Frank J. Mooucy Lyons
Maine, J. II. Kraft... Desplalncs
New Trier. Peter J. Ilucrtcr Wllmet.e
Nllcs, ilenrv Harms Nllea Center
Northncld, Wm. llclnigartcn OakOlcn
tirland, Chris Orosscup Tlnlcy Park
Patatln, .1. A. Ilnrll 'game : Palatine
Palos, P. J. o'Conncll Worth
Illcli. John Ahlenadorf lltchton
Illvcrslde, Cornelius Hnlltvan Llvcrsldc
Hchaumbcrg, 11. 11. Uulndcll Hchanmbcrg
Thornton, James II, Wilson Hnrv y
Wheeling, Chas, Hlgwalt,... Arlington Heights
Worth, II. II. It blnaon lllue Island
1. Henry Odder ....li'HHtotc st.
i. Thoa. M. Coleman n u H. Washtenaw a v.
j. Clark i;. nolle. uoiw.mxiy.nmi st
Mlehael .t. Ilutler 3111 Klneralil or.
James M. Quintan a10 Michigan ar.
John 11. Fitrgcrald , . ,vn Cooper at.
Thomas,!. McUrath,,,.. 1IU Adams at.
wm. II. Joyco :.vm H. Asinaniiav.
Wm. Kdgar llulldtng Dei t., City Hall
II. Joseph kutina,,,.
(17.1 H. Mav st
13. M.J. Solon.
7 W. Taylor at.
Ull W.Ohio st.
"...,'J2S Division st.
17. M. J. O'Donoghuc....
in, James J. Flannlgan.,
21. Frank Crlttcndon,.,,
J. II. Sullivan
23, James A. 0.ulnn....
1. John P. Hopkln Pullman.
Wm. K. Crossctte :i14'J (Irorcland ave.
2. Henry Ilergcu..... linix H. Ashland ave.
John J. Sloan KM W. Fifteenth st.
3. Henry Carroll 1W4 8. Clark st.
Wm. C. Asay Law Dcpt., City Hall.
John O'llrlcn 141 Liberty at.
A. T. Powers 317 Archer are.
4. Kdward Hurley 15"'l Congress at.
James O'llrlcn aw W. Harrison at.
8. (Icorgo McConncl! 4.1 Spruce st.
John It. Lnmbln.... Water Oftlco. City Hall.
6. M. II. MoAbce is W. Monroe at.
llobert K. llurko C3 llocthoryn place.
7. Michael Fitzgerald ..Harclock.
Arthur Jordan IOAii llrlar place.
Itepubllran County Central Committee.
Chairman John M. Smyth.
Secretary J. 11. II. Van Cleave.
1...J. II. 11. Van Clcave.TltIe.feTruatnnllIlnij
2 John J. Iloran, Calhoun placo
a., ..Perry A. Hull, M7)iera llonso llulldlng
4 ...James II. Glllicrt, BherlR's OtMce
8 K. J. Maucratadt. 21J2 Archer a
J. A. Hogau.Wd and Lpomis stj
7 J. A. Cooko. r,24 H. Halsted at
8 Joseph P. Walsh. (Wl Morgan at
V...O. W. Woodman. Madlaon and Halsted at
Judgo Longenccker. Tho latter Is
certain to carry a largo majority of
tho delegates at tho primaries.
Tho ThoIno Fly.
Wild animals and tho gout feel no
more serious effect from tho sting
than man, and even calves uro ex
empt us long as they contlnuo to
suck tho cows, but dogs cannot be
protected by being fed on milk. Tho
effect of tho poison on oxen and
horses is most curious. They do not
dlo atonco and Indeed tho symptoms
do not appear' for somo days, but
then tho noso and eyes began to run,
the coat gets rough, a swelling ap
pears under tho Jaw und emaciation
commences, to bo Inevitably followed
by death, although perhaps not for
months, the elfocts of tho poison be
ing hastened, however, by rain and
sudden changes of temperature. Sin
gulur, Indeed, Is tho cITcct of tho
bite, or, as tho Doers call it, tho
"stick" of the lly, for tho carcass
when examined Is found to bo al
most bloodless, tho cellular tissue un
der tho skin Is distended with air,
resembling u number of soup bubbles;
tho fut is yellowish green and oily;
the heart so soft that tho lingers can
be made to meet through it; tho
lungs and liver aro diseased, the
stomach und bowels uro. pale and
empty and tho gall bladder is dis
tended with pile. Yet, as Living
stone says, wild animals nearly akin
to tho horso and ox. hucli as tho buf-
1 falo and zebra tuiTcr no harm; ucl
i thor do pigs, goats, and wild ante
lopes, but uogs sulier as soverely us
horses and oxen. The skin of an an
imal which has died from tho tsetse
fchows nil tho punctures on tho Inside,
with a rlr.g of yellow mucus on tho
llcsh beneath onch puiicttiro as largo
as tho palm of the hand and resom
tiling the appcaranco of a snako bite.
No certain ronicdy Is known for tho
punctilio of this terrible lly, -Chambers'
Power ni' tho Camera.
Tlio wonderful power of u photo
graphic camera to brint; out detulls
Hint nre Invisible to tho naked eyo
wu referred to by W. Lewis Fraser
In his lecture at the Academy of Flno
10,.,., J as. A. Fleming;, losl W. 12th st
.............A. r . norcmiis, jti e. i-auuna n
F. C. Farnum, 79 Dearborn st
D. A, Campbell, Cham, Com, ll'ld'g
Fred L. Wllk, Union Trust Company
., ,F, Broltb. Maplewood
.1. It. Itlmea. Ashland Illoek
i-.uwarn j, uwrer, i'ii uanaoipu
John M. Bmyth, 150 W. Madison
C. Mamer. Government llulldlng
Kngene Nenfer, ll Michigan st
C. K. Krby,?34 Lincoln av
O, A. Dnsse, 804 N. Clark st
J. A, Linn, 14 Clybourn ar
24 J. W.O. Ilhode, Inter Ocean llulldlng
21 , I,. J. Smith. CIJ Itlalto llulldlng
20 ,, J. A, Flshlelgh.n Wabash ar
27 Henry WnllT, County Clerk's Office
M 0.8. Illake, "Tho Temple"
2 J, J. McCarthy, 4102 Kmeraldar
:o Alfred Anderson, 8128 Wentworth ar
:il 11. H. lies, no B. Clark st
:ij W. It. Kerr. li:i Dearborn at
ill H. McCloud, all7 Cornell ar
31 John Hymons, 7404 Langlcy ar
1 John Humphrey, K Madison at
2 ...,F. J. Short, ls4 Dearborn st
j David Ollphant, ITS Monroe at
4 Thomas Keats, Desplalncs
,ai. iicynoKis, raiaune
J Htacr W. Osgood, 103 ltandolph st
" 1 J. A. Child", Hvanston
llppiibtlran City Central Committee.
Chairman M. II, Madden.
Secretary-O.. J, Chott.
u. a. watnicr, :ii Fifth ar
S. A. Douglaa, 70 Dearborn st
M. H. Gibson. 3243 Pralrln ar
,M. P. Madden, Cham. Com. llulldlng
O.S. Smith. 2132 Archer ar
James Murphy, Gov't Uulldlng
J. II. Caranagh, RM 8. HalattH st
t ll..b. a aU .
It. C. llartels. City Collector's office
(Ins Nobe, ine2 W. 12th st
George II. Swift, R4 Waahlngton at
W. E. Clark, 1st Nat. Hank Uulldlng
Louis Mack, M4 W. Indiana at
W.C. Kggcrt, 7H4 8hoberst
J. A. Lammcrs, lwi N. Lcarltt at
,...J. M. Horn, 3J Aycrs court
J. II. llurko, Ih-i N, Carpenter at
George Ilcn, WJ W. Jackson at
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20 ,..W. F.lafcirtt. 18 Hontbport av
21 II. C. Farwell. 807 Ashland lllock
21 Fred llusse, llccorder's office
23 John llygrcn, 140 Kedgwlck st
21 ,iK. C. Hambcri(cr,3'JN. tllarkst
2.1 Charles Flnkler. caro f. & N. W. H'y
20 a A.Dupuy, 15J1 N. Ashland ar
27 T. 0. Schultr, County Clerk's offlce
n John McKcnna. Opera llouso Illoek
2tf 11. 0. Shutter, 4010 Kmeraldar
30 ,,C. 8. Denceu, 184 Lake at
31 T. J. Knlette. 230 Artamast
32 Oeo. W. Crawford, rt Dearborn at
3.1 J. J. Uunberg, Winnipeg lllock
34 J. L. Woods, Hoseland
Arts yesterday, and ho vouched for a
remurkublo Instance of that kind
which recently occurred In New York.
A photograph was taken of ono of tho
now American liners, and on receipt
of tho proof tho owners wore surprised
to sec a handbill pasted on tho sido
of tho hull. An examination of tho
ship showed no handbill there, hut
another photograph revealed tho
sumo result A moro thorough in
spection revealed tho presence of tho
mysterious pnper buried beneath four
coats of paint so completely as to
defy tho scrutiny of a human eye,
oxcopt within tho closest quarters.
Womoii ill the Tim ex.
Man's Inhumanity to man was il
lustrated In a Chicago cable car tho
other day.- Tho car wus full, when a
mlddlo-ugcd man, so crippled nl to
depend on a crutch and a cane, en
tered. Seeing no scat ho retired to
tho platform, whore ho braced him
self against tho car. All tho persons
seated at tho end of the car wore
men but ono, a woman. Sho looked
around with apparent unconcern,
evidently expecting somo ono to offer
tho man a seat. Anxiety succeeded
to unconcern us no one moved. Her
face grew troubled; sho niovoJ for
ward with somo hesitation. At last
sho reached out a bundle sho carried,
Impulsively touched tho man on tho
arm, and offered him her scut. Ho
accepted it with touching gratltudo.
No niusclo of tho stolid humanity
about them moved, but tho conduc
tor looked his thanks. Tho conduc
tor, it was observed, was always kind
nnd considerate in discerning possi
ble scats for tho women, and unhesi
tating In asking tho men to move up
a llttlo and let a lady sit down. Tho
selfishness of women in public places
Is freely commented on. Hut there
Is no possible group of womon who
could sit still and lot either a crippled
woman or man stand.
They IHo Hunt.
It Is now about sixty-years slnco
Thomas llablngton Macaulay wroto
again and again that tho Houso of
Lords seemed to bo on Its last legs.
lie used a longer nnd more dlgnilled
phrase, but that Is Its substnnco when
translated into tho vernacular. Ap
parently his conviction then was as
strong ns that of any of thoo who
now hopo for tho abolition of tho
Lords. To bo sure, tho circum
stances havo changed greatly, but tho
Lords die so hard that this llttlo his
torical reminiscence is not without
I its value, now that tho samo cry Is
heard ngaln and when somo think
tho consummation near at hand.
The Netherlands Socloty for tho
Promotion of Industry oilers a gold
liieiliil nnd 110 for tho best papor on
tho production of electricity by wind
mills, Its storage, transmission and
1G1-16G Madison St ,
THE CLAQUE. '
lloiv It Operiites In till- 'I heaters of furls
In 1'arls Just now a dctcrnilncd re
sistance is being lirouijht to bear
aijtiilnst tho elniitics mon hired to
itliplnud in the thentcrs.
Cinques, however, have nourished
from time Immemorial and arc not
likely to die out ct awhile. In tho
tinio of tho Itomans as many as ,
000 men were hired to cheer a single
man, and to bo a member of a claiuo
was to bo considered nn artist Not
only had they to shout, but they wore
required to Imitate tho clashing of
broken Jugs by snapping their lingers
in unison and to imitate the patter
of hall and tho droning of bees, for
theso were recognized signs of ap
proval. Coming to more recent times tho
leader of a French claque considered
himself very poorly oil unless he mado
considerably over $5,000 a year. In
deed, tho post of leader wns so much
nought after that as much as $25,000
wns exacted as premium before a man
was permitted to (111 a vacancy. Tho
chief was paid no stated salary, but
wns allotted a certain number of
scats, which he could sell at his own
price, and these, together with the
presents ho received from tho actors,
amounted to a very substantial sum.
'1 ho claquo was and still is nothing
more than a glgnntlc fraud. Men
arc deputed to laugh Immoderately
at Jokes, to applaud speeches, and
women arc actually employed to sob
audibly and become hysterical during
affecting scenes. In fact, In some
foreign theaters such member of tho
claque is given a printed list of In
structlons, which ho or she Is ex
pected to follow to tho letter.
Things ci mo to such a pas some
years ago that a play wns placed In
Jeopardy through tho machlnntlons
of rival claque. Jealous unlrcsscs
would employ their own cinques, and
tho ridiculous spectacle was presented
or nn actress being applnudo I from
ono part of tho houo and soundly
hissed from tho other.
Clrcumstnnccs nro considerably
modified In Franco now, but wo still
have our claques here, says an En
glish paper. They consist ch Icily of
deadheads persons who arc expected
to applaud in cxcliango tor iroa ad
mission. Thoy appear for tho most
part tho llrst night, when the fato of
a piny Is in tho balance, und are to
bo seen frantically clapping their
hands when tho remainder of tho au
dience Is half asleep,
At other times foreign actresses
fresh to tho English stage hire men
to applaud them on their llrst appear
ance. Tho wholo business, however,
is carried out so InartNtlcally that
tho presence of a claquo Is nenriy al
In a, recent discussion Mr. Dixon
Kemp, tho well-known English ex
pert on yachts, expressed tho con
viction that tho lateral resistance of
an o dlnary keel might bo tunsked by
the lco bilgo of n vcsel, while a
center-board would cscnpo the dan
ger. A triangular board was, In his
opinion, the most Directive. A center
board was tho most effective In enso
of a vessel of small draught and
great beam; but center-board sailors
should remember that the surfaco
velocity of a tldo differs from tho
velocity at various depths, and should
eschew or use their ccntcr-iiourds nc
cordlndgly. Following Mr.' Kemp,
Mr. Iladen Powell expressed the
opinion that tho desideratum wns a
medium betneen the bulb-II n nnd
Mil. IiotloitTON of IlulTtilo, N. Y.,
has Invented what he nanus a tele
photos, or a machine for the produc
tion by electricity of tho symbols of
tho Morse nlphabot and numeral,
upon a shaft of Incandescent lamps.
Dashes of Hvo feet length mo mndo
with three lighted lumps, nnd dots of
three Inches nro made with ono light
ed lump, with Intervals of Hvo feet
between ench. This brings under
the eye tho complcts symbol nt once,
und Is Intended for uso at any points
between which tho laylngof telegraph
wires Is Impracticable or impossible.
"What Is that dog good for, nny
how?" asked Cynlctis, pointing to
Cnnls' St. licrntird, which wus lying
nenr by looking dlgnilled. u(-ood
for," retorted Cnnls; "that dog Is n
perfect gentlemun; he's not supposed
to bo good for unythlng." Puck.
Mom: than four-tilths of tho mur
ders In tho United States last year
wero by mon who hud no regular
When a friend turns out not to bo
a trump, then Is tho time to discard
him. lloston Transcript.
FRED W. ROGERS,
Justice of Peace.
1113 West North Av., Chicago.
Itcalilrm-c 1100 Mont more Av.
NOBLE T. R0BB1NS,
Justice of Peace,
Residence, Oliltt KxcIuuiro Av.
nsnnv nni I ar.
BREAD. CREAM OF MALT.
and 170-181 Luke St.1
JAMES M. DOYLE.
Justice of the Peace,
192 West Madison Street,
Residence, 203 8. Wood Bt CmcAoo, 111.
police Magistrate Desplalnes St.
151 South Clark Street.
M. A. LA BUT,
Justice of tie Peace.
18 West Madisoa Strut,
Corntr Ualited Street.
RESlDtxct lit Milwaukee Avenue,
Corner Will Street.
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Justice of the Peace,
5325 Lake Avenue.
Hyde Park, Chicago.
RtsMcBce, 287 WeedlawH Ten ace.
4U Imimltf Av. Yardtoaa.
J. J. HENNESSY.
Justice of the Peace
4147 t. Halsted St.
POLICE MAOISTHATE, rifTP i CM
Stock Yards l'ollco Court. vflllAU V
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Justice of the Peace,
(TOWN OP LAKE.)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
3904 Stato Street, CHICAGO.
Cor. Oarfleld noulM.vil soil Center Arena.
C. J. WHITNEY,
Just ieo of the Poace,
and Notary Publio.
408 LINCOLN AV.
Ilc.ldcnce, 1ST! LIU Avenue'
ItOTABT ri'DLIC. OFICE, TOWN HALL.
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Collections nttrii'lcJ to. Chattel mutKOKes
79 West Madison St.,
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Olaf P. Severson,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
145 West Madison Street
Booms 4, 5 & 6, 12S
Justice of the Peace,
Rooms 1 and 2, 57 1 Clark St
132 So. Clark Street
Residence, 67 Bryant Arenas,
k R. PORTER,
Corner 53d Street and
HYDE FAKJC (CHICAGO).
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Room 1, No. 124 Clark Street, dcaio,
3817 Michigan Avenue.
Court Room, 534 Lincoln Ay., Vfolbt
Jteatdeaca, 604 Liacola At.
(Trl. Luke View SO.) CHICAGO
Justice of Peace,
230 63d Street.
Police Justice, En'glOvood.
I a Ma irvJiKJa
ice of the Peace.
OFFICE, 402 LINCOLN AVE.
Residence, 1S01 Wrightwood Ave.
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