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THE OHIOAQO 9 iPPPPDDDDDPlDEH THE PEOPLE ARE SOLD OUT! (91 1 4&K3et5Q(3Q(l(3QtlK ', !vfc '"'nWfP Tie Street Car Franchises will be renewed next y ear without any concessions to our citizens. The proper Officials and Reformers have been fixed. As the date draws near when the franchises expire their silence becomes more profound. Does money alope talk ? The deal has evidently been made and the stock and "stuff9 distributed among the right parties. NO BETTER ACCOMMODA TIONS FOR PASSENGERS. NO LOWER FARES. NO IMPROVEMENT IN CARS. &K2SO0&B0SBDOBDDDBDpDft9BO&S&SB0 ! w v v w- rm rsr wv v- w rw r I THE MKfcfclfc fur the Republican tioinlnatlou for Con gros lu tho Fourth Congressional Dis trict. William F. Quluiati inmlo a lino run lu Luke View. Of coiusc. the Democrats will throw Bryan for Dewey. Bryan was never on a pay roll and Dewey wjih never ulT of one. lion. .Tohu T. SinuNkl will be Hum iliated by Republicans for Congress lu the Fifth District, ami lion. Ernest G. Schubert Is likely to succeed Geo. E. Fos In the Seventh District. Democrats talk seriously of notulnu Hug lion. John It. Itrunjos, of the First Wind, for President of the Hoard of Cook County Commissioner. Mr. Charles A. Werner, the talented young lawyer In the Woman's Temple, Is slated for the Democratic nomina tion for the Legislature In the Ninth Senatorial District. nieventh Senatorial Democrats claim that they will fleet I.eo .1. Tauslg to the Illinois Legislature next fall. The voters of Du Page County, be lieving that County Judge Joliu II. Hat-, len has grown tired of their society, think that he should resign, nnd let some such good lawyer nnd loyal citi zen of Du l'age ns Howard II. Good rich Miccccd hltn. One of the most serious mistakes made by the Du 1'ugc County Judge John II. Batten is that ho lias too many strings attached to his bow. in the event of -tho Du Page County Judge Batten rtmulng for Probate Judge here, to whom will the Cook County Republicans charge him up? It serins to be conceded that Hon. James C. Irwin is to be renominated for his present office. Ho Is u sterling citi zens, has niada a tine record, and his name will help Icntl the Republican county ticket to victor. In splto of City Hall Influences at work against ltlni, "Wllllo Boy" Thomp sou defented Gunther of tho Bccond Ward. Aid. Thompson will make his mark, don't fear for htm. Hon. Robert Rcdllcld can go ba,ek to the Legislature if he desires to; but It Is claimed by his friends that ho may bo given tho Democratic nomination for Attorney General of Illinois. IIo would certainly prove u strong candidate. Arthur II. Cody, tho well-kuown law yer in the Reaper Block, Is one of Judgo Carter's most loyal supporters. IIo has for Homo time worked day nnd night In organizing tho Thirty-fourth Ward, and the Imys who uro enlisted with Cody In the canvass now claim that 00 per cent, or tho voters of tho Thirty-fourth Ward tiro for Carter nnd will voto for him at the primaries ou May II. Hath House John and Rudolph M. Putterhou beat tho South Town Demo emtio ticket. Aid. William Mavor received a most llatterlng voto In tho Thirty-second Ward, as lie always does. Mr. Mavor Is now talked of as a good man to suc ceed County Treasurer Sam B. Ray mond. Mr. I.niory It, Moore is much talked of by Republicans for Mayor next year. Mr. Mooro Is tho leader In tho hard wood floor business In Chicago, his place of business being at -18 East Ran dolph street. Hon. A. J. Toolen, of the Thlrty-f.ee-oud Ward, who made a line record as Deputy Commissioner of Public Works, Is strongly backed by tho South Side Democrat y for Drainage Trustee. The Thirty -second Ward Is solid for Mr. Toolcu. Mr. Nicholas Auw, who tills an Impor tant place In tho Sheriff olllce, is said to be slated for nomination for County Commissioner. Mr. Auw resides on Bel den acnno In tho Twenty-llrst Ward. He has a good record, I very popular, and consequently It Is bclUiveil that his name will greatly strengthen the Re publican county ticket Hon. Mason H. Loomls, ex-County Judge, Is strongly backed for tho Re publican nomination for Judge of the Probate Court. Mr. Loomls resides in Kvanstnu, nnd tho country towns will probably send a solid delegation to tho coming county convention for him, While serving (ho ncoplc as County Judge, Mr. I.ooinla graced the bench. He stands In the front rank of our ablest lawyers, and la highly esteemed by both bench and bar. A number of leading Chicago lawyers have nlready expressed the opinion "that Mason It. Loomls would prove u most worthy suc cessor to cx-Probuto Judge C. C. Kohl smut." . Mr. John F. Alios, the well-known busluess man ut-i.33 Lincoln avenue. Ih strongly urged to accept the nomination for County Commissioner. Mr. Alius Is a Democrat, nnd one of the most highly respected citizens on' the North Side. The exact number of names erased from the registers in the eleventh prim ary district of the Twelfth Ward, which Includes Hie County Hospital, was 141. To the County Hospital It self ninety-two suspect notices were sent, and llfty-seveu names registered from that Institution were erased. Half a dozen of those claiming resi dence there were to have been heard by Judge Carter on appeal from the Elec tion Hoard's declslou erasing their names, but they did not show up. Through Aid. Mavor the Automatic Cycle Pump Company of Illinois has asked for a franchise to allow the placing of pneumatic bicycle pumps at frequent intervals on till Chicago streets. The consent of the property owners, however, is necessary before tho company can place any Instru ments ou the sidewalk In front of any place of business or residence. The garnishment net Senator, Scion II. Case, of the Twelfth Ward, Second Senatorial District, Is meeting with stubborn opposition In his light for re nomination. Laboring men who re member the Case garnishment law and the gas frontage and consolidation bills nro lighting Case, and It Is entire ly probable tho Republican lenders In the district will And another candidate. William Klsfeldt, Republican Alder-man-elect In the Twentieth Ward, served lu tho City Council from tho old Fifteenth Ward from 18811 to 1887, and from tho present Twentieth Wurd lu lSM-'OS. He also served several terms us North Town Hupcrvlsor. IIo Is In tho livery and undertaking business at 80 and 88 Ruelne avenue. He has resided on tho North SIdo for forty-seven years and always hns been prominent In tier-man-American affairs. Ho has lived In tho Twentieth Ward for twenty yours. Ho Is prominent In u number of social, fraternal and commercial societies on the North Side. Mr. Klsfeldt lives with his family nt 175 Southport avenue. Ex-Aid. Churlcs F. Brown Is bolus stnfngly urged by tho Democracy to make tho race for County Commission er or Drainage Trustee. Ed C. W. Wllken will bo nominated for County Commissioner on the Deraoci'ntlfi'tleket: Mr. W. It. Brand, tho well-known lawyer, sulto 1008 Unity Building, who resides at (13 Lincoln avenue, lion an nounced himself as Republican candi date for u legislative nomination In the Twenty-llrst Senatorial District. Tho Thlrty-Urst, Thirty-second and Thirty-fourth Wards aro solid for Judgo Orrln N. Carter for Governor. From present Indications, unless Georgo W. Miller soon crawls Into the tall end of tho Thirty-fourth Ward Carter band wagon, ho will not bo u delegate to the County or Stuto Con ventions. I. M. Rico Is a strong Republican can didate for Cougrcss In tho Plrt Con gressional District. Mr. J. T. Connery. manager of tho Youghlngheuy and Lehigh Coal Com pany, Chicago, announces that Ills com pany has acquired, In addition to Its already largo dock Interests, tho fuel ing dock of tho New Kentucky Coal Company at tho Junction of tho Illinois Central hllp C nnd tho Chicago River. Tin, .. nil,. in. mi ,.f flu. V. A- L. ('(iiniianv now lOnsKls of three fueling docks, two fueling lighters, two Hunt holMs, twehe MeMyler derricks, twelve Hat scows and the tug A. B. Ward. Prices of hlcambo.it fuel at Chicago for tho coining season will bo based on .:i.".r n ton for Youghlogheny screened lump and $3.10 lor Now Kentucky screened lump. St. Loul and Now Oi leans Imvo street ruir mtvIco Immeasurably supe rior to Chicago. Thcro tho cars rot-em-bio railroad coaches; all tho seats face t r. www v v INUW BELUINU TU THE CUKFUKATIUINS! s S HON. L. W. NOYE8. Chairman of tho Carter Campaign Committee, forward; every seat holds two persons; each scat has an electric push button (o notify (ho conductor when passen gers want tho car to stop; good light, heat, clean floors everything that Chi cago has not got. Every city In the Union is ahead of Chicago In street cars. J Ion. 'ii.omiiH A. Smyth and Hon. Frank Wenter nro to bo renominated and re-elected members of .tho Drainage Board. Hon. .Tames C. Irwin has mado u good record, and his many friends pre dict his rcnomluntlon for President of tho County Board. Tho Thirty-second and Thirty-fourth Wards aro solid for Mr. Irwin. Yisltors to Chicago wonder at the lack of public spirit in Ghlcagoans. No other people would stand such abomi nable street car service. For Imbecility of management yon cannot tio the Union Traction Com pany. Chicago hns too much dead-beat club government. Glvo tho common people a chance. Tho North and West Sides never had such poor street car accommodations us at present. Tho Union Stock Yards aro badly managed to-day, and 'trade Is being rapidly driven away from this city. Tho cattlo men claim that they aro sub jected to all kinds of annoyances from tho now management. Our Texas ex changes aro full of complaluts of tho treatment sustained nt tho Chicago Yards by Texas cattlo men especially. Tho Union Traction Company will have Its franchises renewed next year Just as it wants them. Tho pcoplo will get no concessions. Tilings have been arranged nnd Chicago will bo sold. Tills time tho "reformers' will do tho sell ing. You don't hear as much about slrcot car matters as you did. Tilings Imvo been flxed. Tho peoplo of Chicago Imvo iHten left as usual. Philadelphia and Now York men own tho Union Traction Company of Chi cago. If they treated tho pcoplo of Philadelphia and Now York as they do Chicago they would bo hanged. Chi cngoaus will stand anything, Ghlcagoans pay n nickel to tho Union Traction Company and get a freczo and a stand-up. No wonder tho "upper classes," as tho corporation proprietors call them selves, Mieer at Chicago. A leading corporation olllclal, who fitauds well at tho City Hall, said tho other day at a club dinner: "Chicago Is mado up of tho riff-raff from other places; our vest ed Interests can do what they llko hero and show larger earnings for tho year v r m t j. rw villi Wj than in nny other place. Tho majority of ChlcagoauH aro not yot acquainted with tho town nnd wo nro making hay while tliey nro getting acquainted." Tho Union Traction Company looks upon (ho peoplo of -North and West Chicago as coutcmptlblo serfs. A llrst class railroad treats horned cattlo bet ter than tho Union Traction Company treats Chlcagoans. Tho Union Traction Company Is the poorest run and most measly excuse for n street railroad corporation that wo ever heard of. Tho hoorlshuoss of Union Traction officials is only equaled by tho mean ness of Its service. It Is noUccablo that tho men mixed up In (ho past In tho bribing of juries for street car companies all jumped town. Too many high officials to pro tect. A man who bribes a jury for a street car company enjoys a perpetual vaca tion at somebody's expense. City offi cials never hunt for him nnd bo gels all (ho money ho wants to follow (ho pleasant weather around (ho earth, Why should the Washington Park Club bo permitted to vlolato the law? Tho peoplo want lower fares more than they want lower tunnels. They want scuts for their fares and better cars. Tho prospects aro good for Washing ton Park Club Indictments this year. Tho gang who havo sold out tho pco plo to tho Union Traction Company aro Vhrowlug dust in tho eyes of tho cltl tens by shouting "Lower tho tunnels." Their game Is to glvo tho Traction Company a now franchise uext year, 'n consideration of tho lowering of the Vinnols. This is too thin. Tho people see through (ho game WW. It won't work. Tho Government will forco tho low irlng of the tunnels, anyway. What tho pcoplo want Is a lowering If car fares, mora cars, better nccoin liodatlons and better service Only l.fiOO pcoplo aro Interested In uwcring tho tunnels, to wit: vessel Hid dock owners. Over 'J.OOO.OOO pcoplo nro Interested ii lowcilng street-car fares and In so Hiring tho worth of their money from tho corporations which havo stolon their sticcts. Chicago has tho poorest street car service in tho world, especially slnco tho refoimois hnvo been "satisfied" by tho Union Traction Compauy, Thcro mo somo men so scared and nppreheuslvo thnt (hey hear (ho wolf at tho door every time (ho cat steals tho milk. 'i w s-sr w w ODOR OF OYSTERS 8AVED HIM. It Reminded the Dylnu Reprobate of Home and Jlojrlioml liny Tho story'wns told by n railroad con trnctoroverthoblnck coffco of a certain Bohemian table d'hote In tho old qunr (er. "1 never fully appreciated that proverb about lludlng it mnn'a heart through his stomnch," ho said, "until n couplo of years ago, when 1 was do ing n bit of construction work on the Texas and Pacific, out beyond Alexan dria. Ono day a strapping big fellow wo nil knew ns 'Chicago Pete,' who was bossing a shovel gang, was struck by a falling derrick and had half a dozen ribs crushed In. Ho was dying when they brought him to camp, and with tho party enmo n country preach er, who happened to bo riding by at the lime tho accident occurred. I made tho poor fellow ns comfortnblo as 1 could In my shanty, and tho parson undertook (o administer spiritual con solation, but ho soon found ho had a rather dllllcult Job. 'Chicago Pete' had been n pretty tough customer nil his life and had most of tho traits that de cent folks can get along without, but hu entertained n supremo contempt for death-bed reformations and told the preacher so with u picturesque embel lishment of profanity Hint made the good man's hair bristle on his head. "Nuverthless ho stuck to his task, and for upward of nu hour ho pleaded with tho sufferer (o repent before It was (oo late. Finally, when he was about to glvo up in despair, my cook next door began to fry somo oysters which I had. secured that iriornlug as u special treat, and as their faint odor drifted Into the shanty Peto suddenly opened his eyes. 'Them oysters reminds mo of home,' ho said. 'When you were it boy V asked tho minister, taking tho cuo ns quick ns lightning, 'ics, said Pete, 'my mother used to fry oysters (lint smelt Just llko them do.' 'Then think of her now, my dear friend!' the minister cut In. 'Think of your poor old gray-hnlrcd mother.' And between (ho redoubled odor of (ho oysters and tho earnestness of his appeal Peto was ac tually shedding tears lu less I linn live minutes. 'Will you Join mo lu prayer?' asked the preacher proseutly. 'Ves,' said Pete, 'If you'll leave tho door open so I cnu keep on smelling them oys ters,' and n llttlo later ho passed quiet ly away in tho odor of sanctity and hot grease. That's n truo story, boys, and wherever Poto may bo I trust that nil Is well with him. Ho was a good fel low at tho bottom, and hu died llko a Christian and a gentleman." Now Or leans Times-Democrat. Earthquake on tho Canal. Tho liability of tho proposed Inter oceanic waterway to damiigo from vol canic eruption and earthquake is an Important feat uro of (ho Nicaragua canal question. No less I him twenty important craters have been counted lu tho mountains of Central America, thirteen of which are known to havo lieen In eruption within tho lust 200 years and "eight slnco 18T0. Tho Inst noteworthy display was from Ometepo in 1SSJ1. Tills crater is on the Island of Ometepo and Is situated about ten miles from tho channel of tho proposed canal through Lake Nicaragua. On tho saiuo Island Is Mudcra six miles from (ho channel which has boon in erup tion lu this century. Tho eruption of Coslgulnn, I'm mlleu from Brlto, tho western port of tho euuiil, which occurred lu IKW, was n tcrrltle explosion. Bowlders worn were thrown great distances nnd ashes weiii curried moro than 1,000 miles. MomntoinlKv ou tho shore of Lake Managua, uluety miles from Brlto, was lu eruption In 18.VJ. El VIJo mid Chl chlgtilpa, 110 and 110 miles respective ly from Brlto, havo been uctlvo lu this century. In Costa Rico also aro sev eral craters which havo been hi erup tion in this century. - "Father." By Oileutiil custom tho terms "fath er" and "mother" aro not limited to one's natural parents, but may be ap plied to superiors lu years, In wisdom, or lu civil or ecclesiastical station. This fact was Impressed on tho mind of Rev. II. Clay Trumbull by an Incident lu his Journey ticross tho desert of Slual, us ho tells us lu a recent volume. My companions In (ravel were two young men, neither of them a relative of mine us my dragoman very well knew. When, however, lu mid-desert, wo met an old Arab sheik, through whoso territory wo were to pass, my dragoman Introduced mo ns tho father of these young men. "No, (hoy are not my sous," I said to tho dragoman; but his answer was: "Thai's all right. Somebody must bo father here." And when I found thnt, according to tho Arab Idea, every party of travel ers must havo a leader, and that the leader of n party was called lis "fath er," I saw that It would look better for mo to bo called tho father of thu youug men thnn for ouo of them to bo culled my father. -v w -w r w. a IildUAL NOTICKM. .WILLIAM F. WIEMEftM, Master in Chancery of tlicClrcutt Court of Conk County, (CIO Clilcuuo Opera House lliiltdliiR. State of Illinois, County of Cook, ss. Clicult Court of Cook County, In chan cel. v. John Schermnnn, Thomas Nnlc plnskl mid Dennis S. Schermnti vs. Ju lian Plschke, Barbara Plschke, John Kolloch, the Western Stone Company (a corporation) and the Artesian Stone and Lime Works Company (a corpora tion). General No. tiOI'JtW. Public notice Is hereby given thnt, In pursuance of a decree made and enter ed by said court, In (ho nbove entitled cause, on the 'JSth day of March, A. D. IIHKl, I, William P. Wleniers, Muster in Chancery of the said Circuit Court of Coo., County, will, ou Monday, tho :10th day of April, A. D, 1U00, nt the hour of 11 o'clock lu the forenoon, nt tho Judi cial salesroom of tho Chicago Reitl Es tate Boatd, No. r7 Dearborn street, In the city of Chicago, County of Cook," and State of Illinois, sell nt public auc tion, to tho highest and best bidder for cash, nil and singular the following de scribed premises and real eslnto In said decree mentioned, situate In (ho city of Chicago, County of Cook, nnd State of Illinois, or so much thereof us shall be sulllclent to satisfy said decree, to wit: Lots six (0), seven (7), eight (8), nine (it), ten (10), eleven (tl), nnd twelve (12), In block six (0), lu Wiildcn addition to Washington Heights, a rcsubtllvlslon of blocks six (0), seven (7), eight (8), and twelve (12), lu Dore's subdivision In sec tion seven (7), township thirty-seven lit") north, range fourteen (14) oast of the third principal meridian. Dated, Chicago, III., April 7, A. D. WOO. WILLIAM F. WIEMERH. Muster In Chancery of the Circuit Court or Cook County. FRANK W. DUHA, ESQ., Complainant's Solicitor. PREPARING FOR EMEKQENCIES. Why the Kentucky Woman Ncuotliitvct for a MourniiiK Oown. "I've been making a trip through Kentucky," cald thu deputy marshal, "and I overheard a conversation In a country store ouo day "that amused mo not a llttlo and nt tho samo tlrao show ed how tho sense of 'honor' prevail among all classes In that chivalrous (hough autl-modcrn Stale, I had stop ped at a crossroads store to get a bit of crackers and cheeso for lunch and while eating It off a keg of nails two women came lu. They were, as tho clerk In formed mo later, sisters and had mar ried respectively Thomas Culler aud James Hlgglns, local farmers among tho foothills. After tho usual saluta tions (ho elder of tho women asked to seo some dress goods. " 'What kind?' luqulred tho clerk. " 'Black ca!lker,' sutd Mrs. Culler. "Tho clerk throw down tbrco pieces on tho counter. " 'What's tho prlco?' asked Mrs. Hlg- glUH. " 'Eight, 10 and 12J4 ceuts.' " T ain't shore wo want it,' said Mrs. C 'and I dou't wnnt to buy It now, but will you savo llfteen yards of It for four or live days or p'raps a week?' " 'I'm afraid wo couldn't do (hut,' de murred (ho clerk. 'Wo nro pretty sure to have It any time you want It.' '"Well, wo don't want to tako tio moro rest; than wo can uelp,' explained Mrs. Culler. 'You sec, Jim called Tom a liar this uiorulu' hi thu coruflcld and ono of us Is purty shore to bo need In' n black dress before tho week's out. I used to keep u black dress pattern In tho houso so's to havo It handy, hut things has been so peaceable for tho last four or llvo years I plumb gotout of thu way of It. Of courso If you can't keep It you can't, but I hope to goodness you won't git out before sis or mo knows which ouo of us has got to git a new dress.' "At last accounts neither Mrs. Culler uor Mrs. Hlgglns was lu mourning and I fancy their respective husbands had sunk their differences In tho pictur esque and perturbed politics of tho State." Washington Star. An Exponsho Curo, "Went homo Thursday night and found my wlfu 111. Symptoms alarming. Dosed her best I could, Friday morn lug sho was no better. Felt worried. Wife dull and stupid. No llfo to her. Slarled for doctor. Struck by happy thought. Tinned back. Curo com plete." "What was It?" "Simple as pie, Just said 'Too bad you havo (o bo sick on bargain day, my dear.' Hho bounced up. 'WhntI' sho cried, 'how stupid of ouo to forgot.' In llvo mlcaus sho was up and dressed and frlzxlug her hair." "Wouldn't It havo been chenpir to havo fetched tho doctor?" "By JoVe, I guess It would!" Cleve land Plain Dealer. If you happen to hnvu an lillo day, remember tho rights of thu un wlu aro eugaged with n bii8,v dij. S3 m v m t - a NOTWt. The Eagle an be ordered at Charlca tacdonald ft Go.' 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Soberer Thomas G., 847 Olybovrn av. dcholsea Theresa Mrs., 801 W. 12th Hornet Eugene E., 006 Sedgwick talth Edward H., 77 22d Jteinbauier Edward, 7048 Butler Tharps Sadie Miss, 826 W. Lake Thalia Bertha Miss, 1010 Milwaukee ar. rbomaa William B., 0223 Commercial av. "racy Charles, 104 Harrison ogslsang George, 815 W. North av. ' Waogb David B 114 Warren av. Weber Joseph A., 020 Southport av. Whltaty George A., 018 W. Lake Whyte Alexander M., 847 W. 08th Wilson Ida B., 413 Wabash av. Wolf Simon, 545 N. Wells Wood Ernest, 2070 W. Congress T)'aodwt4 7. E., rotunda 188 Madison And at all first-class saws stands nrshcri th Waav Lnrgest OroitariU In ilio World. Views Imvo been taken of tho or chards of Messrs. Miller aud Puucako lu tho vicinity of Romucy, W. Va., for .exhibition at tho Paris exposition. These orchards aro (ho largest in (ho world, comprising 200,000 peach aud plum (rocs. They planted 181,000 trees tho past year and cleared for plautlug 1,730 ncres of timber laud. Tho llrst season their orchards camo Into boar lug they shipped 100 carloads of peaches aud plums. About tho Haliura Desort. Tho Sahara Ih not u barren waste, ns Is popularly supposed. Not long ago l hero were 0,000,000 sheep, L'.OOO.utMi goats, and 2U0nu0 camels In tho Al gerian Sahara alone; and (ho oases fur nish a million and u half of dalo-pulms. It Is good betting that If n now terri tory was thrown opcu to settlement moro towns would bo named Sappho than Imvo barred It. i " - 'VA, U