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Now York Truth. ltesolutlons pimeil by the Institute of lMucnllon of Chicago Teachers pro text against the passage of the bill pro viding for uniformity of text books, and uNo ask the Legislature to p.im the bill providing for free text bonks. &: estab LtSHEO 8S0 THE OLDEST FURNITURE HOUSE IN' THE CITY. r1'1 ffi" hi" - I".f. .. 1 y0L'- tii l-l ' ziBinsiiir IbbMHbjKpE" - Will I II Jill Ikl I .- THE BEST OF EVERYTHING FOR THE LEAST MONEY. INCORPORATED.I892., '&$ . v HON. CHARLES S. THORNTON, Candidate lor Circuit Judge on tho Democratic Non-Partlaan Tlckot. Columbus- started on Friday on his worhMlndlug voyage and actually sighted l.iml on tho same unlucky day, which should forever rid It of Its ban to Americans. -Mr. Kdwnrd U. I'llehniniin, Demo em tie candidate for Judge of the Cir cuit Court, Is one of the most popular German-Americans In Cook County. 'JJ JMMY.Pr.H.MV v " f.r.cwtT.vitPf(sT twp.astr.sirpi !t V .1. W. Kmuit was rvcoiniuended to Mayor Harrison for reappointment ns a member of the Hoard of lldticntloii. I.lons, bears, goats ami other uul mals take to the tobacco habit as en thusiastically as man. X i',fijffgy ?xl in -j-1 I u !""7 i ) v? m0 3a v I-ht 1 "T A. T T,- !r WHI HHHH .m. M . H 111 II J t. SK".M-IHff-r. jill.MISWSMLTTrr-rrr-r Tji iC S ' Tf ."lliiP'" , -v -w- isxrirs. -'' -l t. rattory225P2WBias(iinstonSr., Salesroomj- 41.43.4547 Fifth Ave-., TtLCPHONC Main 5105. C &e2$!s 9. RIIIIIKI, in. m. REBIEIKE, tie. M TrNa, Not from the Demotiatle party only, but rrotii the fair ami liberal-minded of nil pa it Irs,' doe. Mr. Charles S. Thornti.il deserve support. Ills eduiti Hon, legal training and business mid social environments have combined to make of him a broad gauge, liberal and prosivsivo num. Tested In numerous positions. iviulilng I'uieslght imil tact, roiiulrlng at ether times courage and feat less expivs!oii of honyt opinio, he has iii-vir wavered in doing that which Judgment iitul cuikcIi n-e cirtii bluel In deebivln-r right. CJiarh S. Tluirutiti was limn In Ito-'tcu !ji l.s."l. and iittended the public schools of that city: he giadunted from Harvard Col lege ami was admitted to the bar of Illinois on Vxainlnatlon before the Su preme Court In l":i. since which time he Ire continued to practice law In Chicago. Me Is senior number of the MT'l.kiiuwn llriii of Thornton - Chan cellor, and Was cevporntloti counsel for the tivii of Lake rnt the time of an nexation to l he city of Chicago. Mr Thornton . ulso president of the Itnaid of Kduciithm M Auburn IMils before nnuexatloii of the town of Lake to the city, and was next heard of in educational matters a an active member of the Board or Kiluciitloii of Illinois. Chas. H. Thornton Is a mem ber or the Supremo Court of the Cul led States, Is a member of the Illinois liar Association and of the Anieilcan liar Association. He Is lit present cor poratU n counsel of the city of Chicago. This In brief Is the history of the busy man whose nomination for the Circuit (mill Judgeship wo applaud mid In be h.ilf of vhose Interests we ask you to vi.to and work, with the full nssur iinec that wiieii elected he will carry Into Judicial life the same kindly but feailcss characteristics Hint have gov ern d bis past. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO., PlBiBuers, GasBtters, Sewer Builders. 9 OLYBOUHN AVE, All Business Men BUY THEIR- DESKS AND OFFICE FITTINGS ikkkkH1 i' kkkkkH ikkkkkHv - -'-3kkF ytir 't$M LkkkkkkV4ilkwv :tim:&fiM kkkkkkkH. QkkVW' ll' "- "'H iEkkkkkkA. kr m w- ;'-fllB BkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkTEkfl EEEEEEEEEEEEEKlQ Tlphon North 040. .CHICAGO. HON. HENRY M. COBURN, Candidate lor Circuit Judge on the Domooratto Non-Pariiaan Ticket. In the country districts of Cook Coun ty, and while so engaged took up the Among the many excellent nomina tions made by the Democrats fur Cir cuit Court Judges Is that of the Hon. Henry M. Coburn, a lawyer of high standing and honorable reputation, and one that will add great strength to the ticket. Ho Is u gentleman of liberal views, and will deal out Justice to nil with Impnrtlallly. Henry M, Cobnru was born Oct. 15, 1835, near the southwest plank road on a tn nn near the border line of the towns of Lyons and Clceio, In Cook County. Mr. Coburn passed his early years on the farm, following tho plow and pitch lug hay In the summer time and cut ting wood and going to the country school In tho whiter. At the age of 18 Mr. Coburn entered the Knglowood High School and was graduated In Juno of 18"". Ho was en gaged for three years In teaching school study of law. Afterward he attended the Union College of Law and wns admitted to the liar of the State of Illinois ami In the I'nlted States courts. He has been engaged In the trial of cases In the States or Illinois, Indiana and Colorado, and also In the United States courts, and his practice has cov ered every Held of the law, Including chancery, common law and proceed ings In admiralty, and he Is well cipilppcd for the bench. As a Democrat In polities, Mr. Co burn In the last campaign supported the candidacy of William Jennings Hrynii. He resides In the Thirtieth Ward. Mr. Coburn has never before been a candidate for public otllce. In his own neighborhood he Is u very pop ular man. CUT. WM. 1'. ItLACK. Cnpl. William 1. lllack, whose name In .ids the Ilt olcandld.itcs for the Cir cuit bench of Cook County of the slUcr and ar.tl-iiiachlne party, was born In Woodford County. Kentucky. Nov. 11. iyi'-'. Cpon both sides the family stock goes luck In this country to the colo ul.il days, leug before the ivvolittloiciry war. Cnj.t. IHack was hi Wabash College. Cr.iwre.rdsvllle. I ml., when the war or 1MII broke out: he enlisted from col- lige In the three mouths service, as a private soldier In Company I, I.leventh Indiana Volunteers, and Immediately upon the expiration of that term or ser vice he engaged In raising a company for the three years' service, which w.is mustered In as Company K, Thirty seventh Illinois Volunteers, or which he was elected captain, receiving his coinntlMlcu berore he was IP years or age. He remained In the Held until the U'tor October, 18(11, ami from that time until the Hunt close of Hie war he was In the (lovernnieiifs service In the provost imirsluii'H department. Of his military ce.rcir. It Is siilllclciit to say that he holds that most highly prl.ed souvenir or service, the Coni;ressoual nicilal of honor, with this Inscription: "Tho Congress, to dipt. W. 1. lllack, Company K, Thirty-seventh Illinois Volunteers, for Distinguished liallaut rv at the llattle or IVtt Itldge, Ark., March 7, I8ILV He Mitilled law In Chicago In 18d.V7, being admitted to practice In March or the latter year, and In 18(18 camo to Chicago to permanently enter upon tho practice or his profession, which he has continuously followed In this city since that date. Captain Hlnck's pro. rcsslounl career In this city Is too well known to reiiilre rehearsal. In 1874 Wabash College conferred on Mr. lllack the degree of M. A., In ivcognltlon of his professional success and his services as n man or letters. Ou May 1W, 18ttl), Captain Hlnck mar rlcd m'imh Hortcnslu M. Macdreal, of (Inlveston, Texas, u Christian lady of clear and strong Intellect, ripe culture, and deeply earnest religious character. Her father, l'eter Miicilreal, was one of the leading lawyers of Texas In his lifetime. As to personal description: Captain lllack Is over six feet high, his hair almost white, his body erect and vigor- oils, with a strong nnd expressive face, a dark, blight eye that kindles under emotion or excitement, but always kindly; n clear, strong and llnely mod ulnted voice; nnd ho Is gifted with nn unusual command or language, making him one or tho strongest speakers In this city. M'7K3kkkEErVEV"flEsVrVMM" tTSB eeVmIieIbeJBie1 1 1 " i .AramdEEs Such a WHEN YOU Take a Bicycle Take one which Is in Every Detail ALL RIGHT With a Plainly Worded GUARANTEE Backed by Financial Strength aaa INTEGRITY Sold by a House Open lor Bullae EVERY DAY la the Year, Sunday aad Holldayi ecpted. AT., REVELL'S Northeast Corner Wabash Av. and Adams St. Bicycle is the ii n ii WHOLESALE Rambler Call and examine, or tend for Catalan Bicycle Riding School on the presuM Purchasers taught to ride FREE. DRY GOODS, Adams, Franklin, Fifth Avenue and ftuinoy Street, Olilcafgo, Illiiioi UKOHOKA.TltUDi:. The Tnulo family ha certaluly dis played great aptitude for the profes sion of law. In Cook County legal cir cles there Is no more prominent uauie, and this prominence rests wholly upon a foundation of solid merit, George A. Trude U a younger In-other of tho fam ous attorney, Alfred 8. Trude, and dis plays many of tho characteristics which have won fame and fortune for his brother. When he enters n campaign ho goes In to wlu,.aml us he Is tho Idol of tho young men of his party It Is safe to predict thnt whenever ho Is In a race he keeps all hands guessing until the last vote to counted. (j'eorge A. Trude wuh-Iwu In -Lock-port, N. Y., but came West and settled In Chicago about twenty years ago, and utmost Immediately sprang Into promi nence. At tho ago or twenty-six years he was appointed city attorney by May or Wiiftlvburiie, to till the unexpired term or Jacob Kern, who was elected State's Attorney, Ho displayed marked ability In the discharge of tho duties of his otllce, nnd at the expiration of tho GORMULLY&JEFFERYMFG.CO. 85 Madison St., Ohicago, III. CLOTHING RETAILED AT Wholesale Prices. We have one of the finest and best stocks of Im ported and Domestic Cheviots, Worsteds, Vicunas, Black and Blue Clays in the market. Our cutters are the best, and we guarantee absolute satisfaction. I I'lIM ) AWJ Wholesale 1M Dry Goods, Adams and Franklin Streets, KDWAUD U. FldKHMANN. i.Mr. Kdwnrd U. Kllelniianu, Demo cratic, nominee for Judge of the Circuit Court, returned from SVest linden last term was nominated nnd elected for a full term, running about '-'.liuo votes ahead of his ticket. At the expiration of this term he was again renominated, and again iiMoulshed everybody by run ulug 'Jr,000 vote ahead of his ticket. In the presidential campaign Inst year Mr. Trudo was placed on the Democrat ic ticket as candidate for Attorney (Jen oral of the Htnto of Illinois, but of course he went down berore the great Republican landslide or that year, re ceiving, however, a vote which attested his popularity In tho most substantial manner. There Is a tradition hereabouts that there Is nothing In the way of a legal tangle which cannot Imj untied by the Trude family, and they have certainly displayed an abHIty hi that Hue which has' won for tho tiflented brothers tho repect ami admiration of the people of ChIc.igo.iKlght Hour Herald. TV- kSs"fc ." SXSt WB I I Wti sT H! f' W I I ''fiz-v Franklin MaoVoagh. Wayne MaoVeegh. Rollte A. Keyee Welter T. OHantHee. Kveryono nt times feels that the world is n wlldreuess, because he has an ache, and uo one follows him solicit ously around with a medicine bottle. ; jtfBV ' it week, and Immediately comauencetl nc tlve lsilltlcal work. Mr. I'lloliiunun was born lu Chicago In 18U0, He was educated tit the Indiana Normal School of Law, from which he graduated In 1884 with high honors. Ho Immedi ately begun tho practice of law lu Chi- Will Make to Order The Best $12.00 Suit in America. The Best $15.00 Suit in Chicago. The Best $20.00 Suit in the Market. The Best $25.00 Suit you can find. The Best $30.00 Suit in the world. Ready 'tO" Wear Suits. $3.75 will buy you a suit for which retailers anddepartm't stores will ask $6.00. t A A A will buy the same suit retail sf OiUU ers ask $8.00 to $10.00 lor. will buv vou the same identi cal suit ictaiiers sell for $ia. $8.00 C 1 A AA buyi tnc same ,uit reta' m 1 wiUU ers and department stores ask $15.00 for. Frail In k 0, IMPORTERS Manufacturers and Jobbers -or Buy your Boys and Children's Suits of us and save the retailer's pi We guarantee to please, or will refund your money. 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