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p"""wqwsl -itc? w.,vj!Ti,7iTrfwsvrirrt,ir'Ti"nT7v?r''y,B;T!T"-7i THE OHIOAGO Drexel Cafe, Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.... $ ' f OB. 1 ken: THEC REN AET1 JOHJ Mira! Lift Coniter mil Bar. Steaks, Chops and Shell Fish Our Specialty. 1 1 IM M A ) n I ! Chlcnuo Kent Katnto Hoard. rrcitdetit, Martin A. IVirr. let- President, Henry s. Dietrich Hecrotnrr. Cutlibert V. I.nltig. J ren-urer, fraud A. llariiiu. ifi'iT'il'? V,0,n."l",!,.e-Jnmcs u- Galloway (two ycar), Karl I.. Hnuililcton. initiation Uoinuilttee-IMimiiul A. Cum iy.l ,K(tm?iricai,,,.Wn1, A' Uo1"1 (o years), Ooorpp UliKiioir. Jr.. (two c.ir). ...'."Ti lh u "''! NnrtU Side. 8. Wlliiitr xv1"!0!,1..'1".? f"i Samuel llrown, Jr.! .iU'J'm WC,A,.C?P A l,cwl- truest. Wolters Uorf, Ottn Kubln. Metubcrttilp Committee n. It. Do Younc " .yynf'). lla M. Moore. Henry A. Knott, Itoliert 0. Oh Ins. Nelson Tliotiias-011, Dat l;l J. Kennedy, lMnln 1". Qctclicll, Dud ley Winston. Call Hoard Comtnlttec-Hue!l D. mil (two yeirs). Isine I". Itubcl, Samuel Dela water. Frederick 8. Ollter. lleferenco Committee Win. OgJen Green (two years), Clinfles IJ. like. Members of the ChlctiKO Heal Estate Hoard, Amlek, Pleasant, 00 I.f Salle tt. Itnlrd, I.rman, IK) La Kalle it. Halrt. Wyllys W.. 00 L Salle it. Iialdwln, Uyron A., Donlcn Ulock. ttallanl, frank E., loo Washington it. Iiarncs, francli A 157 La Hallo it. barney, llruco D., Uordcn Ulock. ' Tartlctt. John A.. 21, 1S2 l.a Bulla it nay, Ueo. !., 08 Ln Sallo it. "Mrkhoff. George. Jr., 85 Washington at. Rogue, cieorgo M., Tho Itookery. llogue, Hamblctou. II., Tho Itookery. Sond, William A., lift Dearborn at. onney, Charle L., Lexington Hotel. Hournlqup, Kugene A., Chamber of Com. Butrow, Itobert C, 88 La Hallo at. Calrnduff, William H., 301 Inter Ocean. Calkin, Charlei It., Opera House Uldg. Cannell, 8. Wllmer, 107 Dearborn it. Chandler, Frank It., 110 Dearborn it. Chandler, Peyton It.. 110 Dearborn at Chase, Charles C, Chamber of Commerce. Christian, Harry W., Tacoma llldg. Cochran, J. Lewis. Onera House llldg. Coe, Albert L.. 100 W'ashlngton it. Crawford, O. W., Masonic Temple. Cremln, John P., 07 Clark it. Cummlngi, Edmund A., 110 Dearborn at Curtis. John U., 110 Dearborn at. Delamater, Samuel, 88 Washington at. Do Young, HenJ. It, 101 Washington at Dietrich, Henry 8.. 00 Ln Sallo at. Donlan, John T., 88 La Hallo it. Donnersbcrgcr, Joseph, It E. lid. Dldg. Drcyer, Edward 8., 110 Dearborn it, DnlgKlm, Elmer, Traders llldg. IinlRKlns, Jay, Traders' llldg. Eldrcd, Fred E., ill Times Illdit. Elliott, Frank M., CO. 11M Ln Mile it Ersklne, D.itld M.. Jr.. Chamber of Com. Forr, Marrln A., Maruuetto llldg, Flshburn, Eugcno II., Ill Clark it. Fesspuden, llenjamln A., 83 Washington st. Foreman, Henry ( 10S DearlKirn it. Gallon ay, James II.. Montnuk llldg. Cassette, Wirt K., 115 Dearborn it. Gehr. Arthur C, HI Washington at. actchcll. Ednln F Mariiuetto llldg. Ullibi, Frederick C. KM, 115 Dearborn it Gillette, Harry 8 l.VI Ln Sallo it, (llvlns. Hubert C, 01 Washington at. Goodrich, Horace A., Si, 80 Dearborn it. Goodrldge, Albert II. G., 12. Ln Sallu it. Gordon, Charles I)., 115 Dearborn it. Green, William Ogilcn, .14 Clerk st. Greenclinum. Mnsc i:.. 85 Dearborn it Gross, Samuel E Mannnlc Temple. itunn, unite- v., t tvnsniiigton it. Hnlr, James A., 408 Chamber of Commerce. Hnlr. John V., Major Ulock. Hamblcton, Earl L 07 Clark at Hammond, Charles L., 410 Home Ins. llldg. Harrison. Win. l'rcston. Times llldg. Hnugan, Helge A., 154 Lnko at. llnwlcr, Edward H 101 Waihlngton it Hedcnbcrg, Jamea W.. 1.12 La Snilo it. Hclncman, William, 147 Itnndolph at. Henshaw, Frank A., 24, 05 Washington at Ilenrtley, Arthur, Chnmbcr of Commerce. Hill, Uusscll D., 21 Trlbuno llldg. High, Georgo II., 8.1 Washington at Hood. James, 014 Chamber of Commerce. Houghtellng. James L., 1(VS Dearborn at Hoyt. l'hclpa II., .113 Indiana at Hurlbut Horace U., 88 Washington at Hyde, Asa D., 10. 120 Dearborn it. Hymnn, Itobert W Jr., 182 Dcarlwrn at Ingalli, Lewis E Marquette llldg. Ingledcw, Luniley. .1427 Indiana arc. Iiham, Henry 1.. 115 Monroe it Ismond, Itobert E., 125 Dearborn it Jackson, Willis O.. Metropolitan 11 lie. Jacobs, llenjamln F.. 00 Washington at. James, Wlllard II., ciinmttcr of Commerce. Kcrfoot. William D., St Washington st Kerr, William It, 100 Washington at. Kennedy. Datld J.. 100 Wnshlugton it Knight. John 1)., 07 Clark at. Knott, Henry A., Ashland Ulock. Kubln, Otto. 207 W. 12th at Lalng, Cuthbcrt V.. Mi Dearborn it. Lnthrop, It-ran, Old Colony Uldg. Lclaud. William, 12 Major Illock. I.Ol'b. WllltSIII. VJII t.Tl Hnlln Lombard. Joslah L Tltlo nnd Trust Uldg. Lo-rry, Ilutler, Tncoinn Uldg. Lubckv, William F., 105 Washington it. Lukens, William J., Chamber of Commerce. McAuley, Daniel It. 155 Washington it. McCnbe, James F.. U15 Dearborn st, McConucll, John, 180 La Sallo it. McNeill, Mnlcom, It. E. Hoard Uldg. Maglll, Jacob 0., Stock Exchange Uldg. Mnllctte, James P., Tho Itookery. Manning, John L., 35. CO Dearborn st Marshall. I'hllip L 07 Clark it Martin, Itobert L., 80 Ln Sallo it Maynurd, 19. Percy, 85 Dearborn at Mend, Aaron II., 100 Washington st. Merlgold, William A., Marquette llldg. Montague. A. J., 115 Dearborn st. Moore, Silas M., 110 Dearborn st. Mulllkcn, Charles II., 80 Ln Salle st. Ollter, Frederick B , 07 Washington st. Outhct, Iltibln M., 420 Home Insurance llldg. Palmer, Percy W 30, 115 Dearborn it. Parlrh, Samuel M 157 La Halle it. Patterson. Thomas E., IS Dearborn st. Pauling, Edward G., 132 Ln Salic st. Pease, George D., 83 Dearborn st. Peck, Fcrd W., Jr., Stock Exchange Uldg. Pace, Doctor 8., 151 Ln Salle it. Polkey. Samuel, 20, DO Ln Salle it Proudfoot, William 8., 80 Wnshlugton st. Prusslng, Eugene E., The Itookery. Hand. Charles E., 408, 84 Ln Sallo st Hay, llenjamln P.. 80 Wabash ate. Itcliui, Andrew, 04 Ln Sallo it. Hchm, Jncob F., 172 Washington it Itlce, Charlei I!.. 110 Dearborn it Itledle, Frank. 3101 State at Hose, Georgo A., 72 Dearborn it. Itubcl, Isaac P.. 110 Dearborn it. Schmld, Godfrey, 013, 107 Dearborn it. Schrader, Wm. L., Jr., 100 Waihlngton it Scott, E. Norman, 07 Washington st Heubcrgcr, Louis A., 115 Mouroo it. Seymour, Herbert v., Uoycc Uldg. Sllra, Charles 1'., 185 Dearborn it. Slaughter Arthur O., 11:1 Ln Sallo at Smith, Dunlnp, 170 Dearborn it Snow, Edgar M., 88 La Hallo at. Htensland, Paul O.. 400 Milwaukee ave. Stone. Albert J., Opera House Uldg. Surghnor, Valentino II., 310, 85 Dearborn at. Hwlft, Lemuel J 217 West Madison st. Thomasson, Nelson, 85 Dearborn it. Thompson, Win. Hale, 220 West Madison it. Tldholm. Angtiit 02 Ln Sallo it. Trumbull, John II., llorden Ulock. Turner. Henry L.. 02 Dearborn it Van Vllsslngcn, James It., 123 Dearborn it Vlcrllng, Frank C, 115 Dearborn it. Wain, John, 303 Tacoma llldg. Wcldcii, Samuel D 100 Washington it Walker, Itobert P., 110 Denrliorn it. Waller. Edward C, 705 The Itookery. Warner. George L., 00 La Halle it. Weare. William . 218 Ln Hnllo st. I Weber, Uernard P., 84 Ln Salle at Wells, rrauk, 03 La Salle st. , Whcniock. Edwin D.. 00 Washington it. Wllsoii, Walter II.. Northern Office llldg. Young, John N., 172 Washington st. Zander, Ednnrd W 155 La Salle it ASSOCIATE MKMUEtlS. Aldls, Owen P., Monndnock Uldg. llnss, Perkins, l), 141) Ln Salle st. lltalr. Clmmiccy .!., 82 Ln Salle st. Illock, Wllllnril T., 100 Washington st. llrldge, Ucucl W., 012 Chamber Commerc. Ilrjau, Thomas Il Monndnock Uldg. Chaiacllor. Justus, Major Ulock. Clarke. John V., Ashland Ulock. Cole. George E M Dearborn st. Coltln. Wllllnm ll 115 Dearborn st. Cornell 11, Dntld E., Stock Exchange Uldg. Contlth, Charles It., 04 Wnshlugton st. Fnrwell, John A 142 8. Clark st. Fisher, Luclu O., Polk and Plymouth place. FIlKslmotis, Chns., Tacoma Uldg. Fox. Leo, Security Uldg. Fullertou, Chns. t, 01 Dearborn st. Unrrlty. Patrick L., 1214 Mnsoulc Tempi. Gaylord, Fredcrkk, 175 Dearborn st. Giles, Wllllnm A., 01 Hordcn Ulock, Grcte, Charles, "The Fair." Greeley, Samuel 8., 822 Opera House. Hallbcrg. L. Gustavo, 110 Ln Bade it. Hamllne, John It., The Temple. Handy, Henry II., Stock Exchange. Harris, Samuel 11 , 52 N. Clinton st. Hnyno, William J.. 42.1 Dearborn it. Hurd, Hnrtey II., 02 Wnshlugton st. Hutchinson, Chns, L., Com Exchange Uank. Jacobs, William V N. Y. Life Uldg, Johnson, C. Porter, Ashland Ulock. Lay, A. Tracy, Chamber of Commerc Lefens, Thlcs J., 172 Washington st. Letter, Levi Z.. 81 Clark at. Loneuthal. llerthold. Security Dldg. McCormtck, It. Hall, 84 La Salle it. Nelson. Waller C. 100 Waihlngton it Penbody, Francis U, 104 Dearborn it. Perec, LeGrand W.. 525 Tho Itookery, Pike, Eugeuc 8., 304, 104 Dearborn it Porter, Waihlngton, Hartford llldg. Prlndltllle, Itedtnond, S17 Stock Ex. Ula Itlckcotils, George E., 107 Dearborn it. Hoscnberg. Julius, 104 Dearborn st. Itycrson, Martin A., Chamber of Commerc. Seaterm George A.. 137 Illalto Uldg. Sheldon. Theodore, llorden Ulock. Smith, Uyron L 103 Ln Halle st. Hpooncr, Frank E.. 850 Marquette Uldg. Ktnrbuck, James M., Illalto Uldg. Htewart, Archibald A., Stock Exchange. Thoruton, Charlei 8., Major Ulock. Walker, Henry 11. , Tncomn Uldg. Wheeler, Augustus W., Stock Ex. Uldg. Wllloivthby. Charles L.. 30 Ln Salle at Yoggy. t.etl W Lako Forest. III. if slBssiilsiilstV SLW uktitB;ssiiH uM!9IHhiHRv " " K''?S1lsBlo5T 1 JEsiii vv v x-tcvv:'-i---2o" 1 mw r'SLrysfitJitinvutmuifiiJtUt Hk 7JwiP mfrmm'r r 1 x & ,t, HON. WILLIAM PRENTISS. Candidate (or Circuit Judge on the Democratic) Nonpartisan Ticket. Wllllnm rrontliw, it lawyer of in1 TKuotvlwlKoa iiMUty 11ml oxporlonco, In one of tliu ciutilldutoH for circuit Judgt 011 tli) Dt'iuocruUc tlcUot. He Ik one of the orlclnul five sllvi-r iiit'ii, ami a lit llever lu tlio Clilen'o jilatforin, lioliltnj to tho tont't of DcinociiK'.v n uUvimctil ly William JHinliiiM Uiriin. lit In a -iiciulM'r of Uic law linn of I'roiitlxH, Cnntrcll & IIiUl. Air. I'tvntlM Is n product of the Wtwt, iliouBh dcaci'ndod from MtiKsueliuM'ttx .tock. Uo wn liorii nt Iinrvtiiiort, Iu In 184S. Four y'nra lntt-r hU father, who ttus a iihyxlclnu, located lu Vi-r-iiiont. III., tvhfiv lu) UIhI the next year, nis mother, KlhtinM-tli U. VrnitU, had arly left her nutlvo Htate of IVnusyl vnula, anil ulnco lU linn he'U a real dfiit of Illinois. Am a hoy Mr. Pri-iitlM worked on tho farm and ntteiuh-d the -iuIjIJc ;1km1ji until ho was IB yvuw old. Ho 'Ulered Knox Collefc'o at UaUhunr. 111., hut hU Jiealth did not iR'ntiit him io j-railuate. In ISM ho took up a farm lu Cotton wikmI County, Minn., whero for wjvt'ii ytar ho worki-d a 11 fanner, teaeMlru chwl, ftp. He- wa made nuperln tendent of ischooN and continued the ntudy of law. Hi retunuil to Miieomh, the pounty eoat of aicDouoii'b County, In 187U, nnd there, In 1S7S, ho wax admitted to thu lur, heliit? elected to tho olfice of State'rt Attorney, whleh he held fornix yea in. Whllo a reildent of MePntioiiKli County hl pntPtk'H extended far and wide throughout other eouutle and he was eiiKoceil In much Important lltlpi Hon. Anion;? lawyers Mr. I'rentUs Is regarded as an ahle man and a most thorough iirael It loner. As au orator he U well and widely known throughout the State. Anions other puhlle olllees whleh Mr. I'rentUs tilled neceptahly ttas that of Mayor of Macoinh, to whleh lie was chosen lu IhSl on tlie Denioer.ttlc tick et. Ho wan Iho thvt Democrat to lie elected lu that c-lty for twenty-one yea ix. In 18SI he was an elector on the pis Identlal ticket. In J 883 Mr. l'remli. wa iioinlimtml for circuit Juilue, while a law was -toiullnj- creating the fouith JttdKft of that district, hut thu measure failed to pass. In ISSS ho ttas a candi date for Congress lu tint Kleventh dis trict, and nlthotiKh defeated, he made a remarkably ntrom; caiit'4iss. lie was a delegate to the last national Democratic convention. .Mr. Prentiss In well en.ulpHd for the iM'Ufh, both lu experience and ability. Thrift. Careful attention to detail permeates the wholo Industrial system of France. A remarkable exemplification of the habit of minute nttentlon to tho crumbs nnd fragments that fall to tho -round In tho processes of manufacturing has been brought to public attention by a newspaper correspondent. The lint from cotton nnd woolen rags, tho hair from calf and kid skins used In glove making, the refuse of silk, tho sweep ings of spinning and weaving mills nnd loose threads from trimming rooms, and the dust of silk, cotton, linen, hemp and Juto which gathers like down un ir IimIm In lll-kent living rooms, form a moat unpromising Jiimhlo of waste imbalances. Hut a French manufac turer at Count skillfully blends, accord Jog to need, these different products with raw cotton nnd wool, which Is then carded and spun aud woven with cotton woof Into a material which he has named "renaissance." It Is made Into coverlets, rugs, counterpanes, printed or dyed swanskin, llaiiuels, cur tains, portieres, tablu spreads and fur niture covering. These articles me most skillfully dyed aud dressed, and appeal to the eye of the purchaser. A notable demand for this class of goods has sprung up In llrazll. Cours, tho sent of tho "renaissance" Industry, has llfteeu factories producing tills con glomerato mateilal, and has been made thereby u prosperous aud thriving town. Japan's avy. Japan U going to spend $40,000 In putting twelve young Japeneso stu dents through a three years' course of study of naval architecture and ma rine engineering lu Kngland. They will work as gentlemen apprentices with the great shipbuilding firms. MR. THEURER'S NEW HOME. Joseph Theuror, president of the Schoeiihofen Ilrewlng Company, has had plans completed by Itlclmrd (3, Kehmldt for a beautiful residence which he will build nt the northwest corner of Luke View avenue and Ar lington place. Tills lot Is one of tint must attractive on the North Side and overlooks Lincoln 1'nrk. The announce, mi lit was made In these columns some time ago of Its acquisition by Mr. Then, icr and also of his Intentions to build n new house. The lot Is irregular In shape. It has a frontage of Sll feet on Utke View avenue and IL'l on Arling ton place, while the west line Is 77 feet and .Die north line 13:1. The house Is designed In the late Italian reiinls miiicc style mill will front -14 feet on the avenue extending back 71 feet; these are the dimensions of the main lines, there being projections beyond these measurements. The basement will be constructed of biownstone, and above that the walls ttlll be of mottled brick and term eottn, the whole stir mounted by heavy term eottn cornice, the lxmf being of copper. The entrance will heticmsriti large pinch, llx-'li feet. The Interior construction ttlll be lire, piiiol. steel beams being used lu con nection wlth'tllonrchcsuud partitions. Passing through the vestibule, there will bo u large reception hull 17.N-0 leit, a stair hall 11x17, reception parlor 11x17, library UVM, dlnlng-iooni 18x lib, breakfast room lllxlll, and the ser vants' dining-room bxio feet. lu the nor then' will be a large stall1 hall with wide b.iek stairway In a well over which there will he a skylight. There will also be adjacent to the dlulug-i'ooui on the Aillngton place side a conservatory, while on the north side there will be a eanlage entrance, A billiard and play ronm will be locatid lu the basement. In the wcond story there will be live large bedrooms, a family sitting-room, diif and sett-lug room. There will also be lu this sory thiee large bathrooms equipped with tho moCt elaborate outfits. In thothlnl story there will be n iliineliex room, :i3.!K feet, adjoining which will be a parlor. There will also be u guest fluiiulier, bothroom, scrvaiUn' loom, trunkrooiiu nnd cedar closet. Many of tho details have not yet been deter mined uiMiii. Much attention Ins bmi given to the plan by Mr. Schmidt, aud It is pronounced very attr.ietlte bv many of Mr. Theuivr's friends who have seeii Jt. Tho hall, vestibule and conservatory, as well as the bathroom, ttlll have marble and iikhiIc floors. The hardwood floors lu the llrst story will most likely lie of pnuiuctry. There will be few closets lu the house, but in their Kfetitl largo wardrobes will m built Jn,tu walls. The Interior finish will eoii'iirUu n scloo'.lou of tluu hard woods, ami will ibo dovo!d of elaliorate p.irrluRH. The woodwork w.'II include iiiiihivxqily, curly birch, blrdseye maple nnd until ter-wnvcil tthito i.ak. The house will lie heated with hot water, and ttMl be equipped with elcctrlKty and every iippllaiice which will tilYonl comfort and coincidence. The coit is intimated nt U!iM),(Ki(i. ConMriietlou will in nil likelihood bo commenced hi .Imu !T?"g"E2"5E"3"E"""H3I33533EEfiEyEsisl jKP'ii&t4tiAM . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHMLt92iiiiiiiiBI tfiWZiMyin ilLV. siiiiiiiiiiMBiiB HON. EBEN F. RCJNYAN. A Hnppy Thought, Assistant IMItoi' There's nothlug to fill the column, sir. IJdltor Tell thu foreman to eet n lot of typo at random and we'll call It n Scotch dialect story. Now York Trib-uue. Had No Qmdgi Agnlnat Tbtru. Undo Ned Instead of coming to mo why don't you borrow from your friends? Dick Why, because they are my friend, uncle-New York Tribune. Kin n 1'. Iliiiiyau, a lawyer ilpe lu J cms and expeiieitce, is a nnuiliU'e for the Cliciili bench, having been chosen by the silver and anil-iniichlue patty. ludoisMl by the united silver party and the Conk Comity I.awyeis' Club. The mini who Is the subject of this sketch Is widely known as the latvjcr wlio looks like Abiahain Lincoln, K. P. Iluuyau was born In ltutler Wayne County, New York, on Dee. :i, IS'll. Ills father, who was a prominent farmer, died befoie he ttas 7 years old, and the son, while yet a child, took u position as clerk in a store, where he remained, studying evenings and as clrcuiiiMitiices permitted until 1830. In the spring of that year he came Wist, his Journey .being accomplished mainly on foot, mid settled In Me Henry Comity, Illinois, where for three years he engaged lu farming during the eiiltltntlng and harvesting seasons mid lu ti aching during the winters, lu January. Ih3.'l, he entered the law of fice of W. 8. Hearts at Wiiukegau, where he renmlned, closely confining liluisi ir inVtudy, until his admission to the li-ir lu 1S33, He at once took up the practice of law, opening an olllce on .lime 11, 1h", at the corner of West Ihiiidolph and Canal stieets, which ttas then a cen. tor or buslik'ss iictlvlly. The following year he formed his ilixt partneishlp under the linn name of llrotvu V: Itim. yan, tthlch continued until 1830. In 18(H) his former law student, D. J. Avery, became his partner, and later the firm of Ituuyau, Looiuls, Avery & Coiustoek did a large business until Its dissolution in 1870, For the Inst twelve years Mr. Itiiuyan has had associated with him his sou, Ehen F. Ilunynn Jr., the firm belug known as Itunynn V Itunymi. After n career at tho bar covering forty-two years .Mr. Itunynn has the reputation of having tried more cases than any other lawyer In Chicago. Thoroughly skilled lu the science which he praetlcttf, of great discern mem, ttiih a shmp faculty for mialy. Illir evidence mid n ivildlliesw of lv smmc In nrguuieiit, he has attalie.'d great proniliieuie as a pleader at tne bar, and his success Is attested by nil meioiiK idlents. Iln imu won Ills tvnv to the position of a leading lawyer of L'liicago ny tut' exercise or a tveii-cuiii. vated iiiluil and a ci useless energy. These umillticatioiis, adiUd to a lull' inludeduess which enables him to si e both sides of u question, perfect self control and ii pleasing courtesy of ma1) uer, have won for him the icsp-'ct mid good ttlll of his fellow members at the bar, and will make him an Ideal Judge. Mr. Ituuyau ttas a member of the Went Park Hoard that planned ami laid out the beautiful Humboldt, (5-ir-Held and Douglas Paiks, and was for nine .tears u member of the Hoard of education, serving one term as vice president, and ttas twice president of tile Hoard. He has always lived on the West Sldo during his residence In Chi cago, mid his home Is now at 804 Wal nut street, In religious matters ho ad heii'h to the Hnptlst faith, being n mis tue of the Fourth Uapllst Chinch. Dining the civil war Mr. ituuyau ttas one of the committee of live in the then Sixth Ward of Chkago to assist the famlllt'H of soldiers at the fiont, -ind otheittlse to assist the piosecutlou tit tho struggle to preserve the Union. He has always been a consistent ami straightforward Democrat In politics, aud took an active part lu speaking mid campaigning for the cause of Dry an mid humanity last fall. Hecognhslug his services lu the causo of silver, the silver nud mitl-machluo party has nominated Mr. ltunyan for Judge of tho Circuit Court, nud this nomination lias been Indorsed by tho united silver party and tho Cook Coun ty Lawyers' Club. A friend of silver and tho people, BlH'ti F. Itunynn will bo un ornament to the bench of Cook County. ASK ran M obread. VIENNA. NEW ENGLAND, COUNTY PAIR. DADDY DOLLAR. OREAM OF MALT. AT ANY -OR- 164-166 Madison St.. and 179-181 Like St J. E. GOODMAN & CO., Rialto Building, Van Buren and Sherman Sis. --3 DEALERS IN S---S Grain, Provisions & Stocks R. V. ROMANO, 380 South Halsted Street Watches, Jewelry and Diamonds. HIGH GRADE GOODS. Special attention paid to repairing Fine Watches, Jew elry, otc. All work guaranteed. General "Western Agent Atlantic Steamship Line, from New York direct to Italy. inHflflnnK ' W. D. CURTIN & CO., Undertakers Embalmers and Livery... OPPICESi 148-150 Wells Street, 176 Grand Avenue, Telephone North 080. Talaphon Main MM. LIVERY: 148 and 150 Wells Street. Offloes Open Dmy m,zx N"l;la.t. WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer. IP tvpaj)4K4PR-L Livery and Boarding. 86 and 88 Racine Avenue, Telephone North 870. CHICAGO CHAS. BURMEISTER, UNDER TAKER! 303 Larrmbet Street, NtrtkM. CfUGAOO, 1U ADAMANT THE PERFEOTION OF WALL PLASTER! AND SECURE PERFECT XUBStJXr0 017 Ohamber of Oommerce, (Tcltfihtn Main !), OHI0AO. MUMUMI, Wli. tniWT, MICH. VIST lUNMtll, WMi M F. RS. R."W EDW ELB JOH U .O. A OKA JUE CLI fUI CLI H ;ST CLI LI Su ci t t or,cWi. ifa&2r..M-