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fr THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. TUBERCULOSIS AND CANCER IN CHICAGO BEEF! W g&yfoil ' ' CITY HAU ITEMS. News of Municipal Administration Given Briefly and to the Point for Eagle Readers. Uiefol Information, Interesting Facts and Pergonal Gossip Tersely Told by One who Knows. Till: JUDGES' SALARIES. County Attorney Ilnrry A. Lewis wild Hint ho would make no attempt on be lialf of the county to compel the Cir cuit nnd HuK-rlor Court Judges to re fund overpaid unlades ns computed on tho $7,000 basis, which ho declares Is tho legal compensation to which they are entitled under tho old law. He de clared It no hts opinion that tho new law Is Invalid. Tho Supremo Court at Springfield yesterday took under nd vlscment tho application for a man damus hearing. TUB TUNNEL LEAKS. " 'As the result of reports that water wax Keeping through the Washington street tunnel, Acting Mayor McGnun directed Acting Commissioner of Pub lic Works O'Connell to Investigate thor oughly and report to Mayor Dunne. Mr. McGnun believes that there Is no danger. HENRY 8UBRMAN BOUTELL would make n good mayor. lie Is pop ular and able. THOMAS N. JAMIE80N has tte highest Ideals of honorable cttlsensblp and la true to them. There la no man In Chicago who ataada high er la public esteem. FRED A. BUMUO haa erer been faithful to friend and loyal to principle, a fact which ac counts for hla great popularity and the boat of frlenda who awear by him. TnEODORD OBIIE honest, upright and true-hearted, he makes friends and wins the esteem of all who become acquainted with him. JOHN P. McGOOVVX'Y Is liked by all who are acquainted with his many excellent traits ot char acter. JAMBS J. OKAY. Is a man who take pride in Chicago ad of whom' Chicago 1 proud. P'tJi . R. BUM. has a blgh conception oi die duties of good citizenship and bus always lived up to- thetu. CHARLE8 II. PRESTON Is liked by all who know htm nnd re spected by all with whom he comes In contact. CLARENCE 8. DARKOW possesses In an emtnoin degree those merits and qualities which go to make up the true Chlcagonn. He is beet liked by those who know him best ADAMS A. GOODRICH has an enviable record for absolute honesty In all his business relations, active support and sympathy for all movements for the botterment of the city and bis fellow-men and for all the qualities that go to make up the Ideal cltlxen. JUSTICE OLAF F. HBVWRSON ever stakes a promise that be aot intend to fulflM, nor undertakes any enterprise that b does not feel the will a4 the power to thoroughly carry Into effect MATT. BENNER combine good Judgment with sound ability In the management of affairs. JUSTICE A. J. SABATH Is a man of sound Judgment. He baa the knack of easily making warm Mans, and having made a friend, retaMog hi frlendahlp. THOMAS F. KBBLHx' aakea friends aud holds theiu by fair and honorable business methods and square dealing with his fellow-citisens. OeWRGB M, BOVD. stands well la thw seamuatty aa upright sad public-spirited sMaea. His success la Ufa Is do to bla star Uag qaaUUes of bead aad heart JAUM RBDD10K a man of true worth aud sterling in tegrity, is Justly regarded as one of Chicago's valued citizens. I08EPH THBURWt v baa the esteem and good will of all who know bin and who are acquaint ed with bla many good qualities. WILLIAM H. WBBEB is a model eltUea and one sf whom Chicago Is justly proud. PHILIP R. Bit AND is liked by everybody, his popularity beiug due to his genial and even tem perament and als honorable aad up right character, CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE. Judge Barnes has been linked to do tcnnluo the controversy over the abol ishment of the ofllec of City Attorney. A petition for the Issunnco of n writ of mandamus In behalf of John F. Kmulokl to compel Comptroller McOunti to Issuo nnd Mayor Dunne to stgu his March snlnry voucher for $300 was tiled In tho Superior Court. WILLIAM P. IILACK It a capable man of affaire, honorable la hla dealing, and assiduous la at tention to bla prosperous basil U. 8. SENATOR A. J. HOPKINS Is a man whom to know Is to respect Ho has an honored name In the busi ness world. EDGAR BRONMON TOLMAN la the kind of cltlxen who constitute she real backbone of thla city. HON. FRED B, OOYNB a man of keen dlscernioeat; prompt of action, and persistent aa well as honorable In method; Is invariably euc eessfuL HARRY R. GIDDON8. he weU same the good will of the community which be enjoys to such a Urge extent A. J. UIRSCnii has a flawless record us a citizen and a typical ChlcuKonu. ABEL DAVIS stands la the front rank of Chicago's most popular and usofui citizens. FLETCHER DORYN8 la a typical Ghlcagoan, energetic, plucky, and invariably successful la every walk of life. JA3IBS A, HOG AN Is a man of good nttatnmouta and ex cellent qualities, and therefore popu lar as well as successful. ARBA N. WATERMAN In all walks of Ufa haa been stead fast to the old adage, sod proved Its troth: "Honesty Is the best policy." F. UMIL GASCH standa well In tho business world, being as popular as be Is prosperous. J. J. GBRAOUTY bus always been ready to devote to the welfare of the community that buslucs ability and Industry which has contributed so much to nls personal success. JOSEPn MEDILL PATTERSON lust afd fair in uli hts dealings, pos sesses the conltdouce uud good will of all who kuow him. A. 8. IIIBBARD Is a man whom lo kuow is to respoct aud honor. , JUSTICE JAMBS M. DOYLB all the attributes which men admire and which hold their respect and friendship. His prosperity in buslneaa Is measured only by bis wide spread popularity. HARRY HILDRETU Is a man of many merits, a good citi zen, and a general favorite. RUDOLPH BRAND has won the high reputation viiach he enjoy by hard work and honorable methods. GEORGE K7 SCHMIDT 1 a typical cltlxen of Chicago, pro gressive and energetic, he ta deserved ly successful In ell bis undertakings. MARCUS POLLA8KY la a man of sterling qiiiiritirs of head nd heart; successful In all bis un lertakluge. AUSTIN 3. DOTXJD deserves all the success wuich has dis tinguished hts career. WALTER I. SCHMIDT. Is a man or sound Judgment, strength of purpose and great activity. He has never failed in the performance of bis duties in life or the accomplishment of bla undertakings. RALPH TnOMPLB la deserving of tue confluence aud good will of the community. HARRY RUBENS stands well In the estimation of his fellow citizens as a man whose word once given la never broken, and who has never been known to go bask on a friend or to desert priaotola, JAJCBB PXAHE never neglected an opportunity to do good for bla fellow cltlsea, and In the course of bla career has mad thou sands of loyal friends. HON. ZINA R. GARTER has earned tho high regard of bis fel low cltlzons a n man loyal to frlonds and faithful to principle. GEORGE W. PAULLIN Is one of Chicago's, most useful and re spected citizens, FRANCIS BTUYVBBANT PRABODY believes In the golden rule and prac tices it Thla la the secret of his per sonal popularity and success in life. BRNJAMEN F. RIOHOI.80N. Is respected and hoaered sf all wheat a Is known. WILLIAM LEUNPilt has few o(.juIb and no superiors as a luun of sturdy lutegrlty and untlugglug energy. JOHN V. CLAttKB Is a man who Invariant wins and re tains the conlldenco nnd liking of all who have dealings with blm. ALBERT GRAT F has by honorable, conservative and up rlgbt methods earned a high place In tho business world and in tho esteem aad good .will of the entire community. ROY O. WEST Is a competent ami uwrougu man ot affairs. Whatever ho does he does well uud thoroughly. GEORGE n. LILL, possesses all of uiose solid nnd estima ble qualities which muke the most use ful cltlxen. JUSTICE MAX UBERHAltDT 1 on who makes fair play his motto and has won by It. EDWARD H. PETERS steadfast and reliable, la one of those men whoss word is aa good as bis ootid. His many friends are a unit In testifying to these good qualities of GEORGE A. BLMTTNBR. Is deservedly popular and count his frlenda by the hundred. He is Mked by everybody who has the pleasure of bis acquaintance TOM N. DONNELLY haa made thorough performance of duty, fulullmont of all agreements with bis fellow men In the spirit aud the letter end exact Justice In all things the guiding Principles of bla successful career. DANIEL G. RAMSAY, Is among our most useful cttlsens, and has the good will sf everybody. ANDRBW J. RYAN has gained success by force of charas tor, industry, Integrity and ability. ADOLF BERGMAN beside being a model cltlsea takes a good man's part In every movement far the bensflt of the city. ROGJDR 0. SRILUVAN enjoys the esteem and respect of all who admire the highest qualities of good dtlaensbip, which la alaa are fully exemplified. FRANK O. LOWDEN is known to all who bars the pleasure of bis acquaintance aa a min thor oughly reliable and always ready to aeisoata friead. BBxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxMRS BSSSSSSSSBgn t;'M.r gggggggggggggggggggggg! "ggggggggggggggggggggggggggggnSssV'-- BaBXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSBBBxl BBXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXS BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHBaaE' ,v Baa! BBXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSarBXBBPV mbbbbxsxsxsxsxsxsxsbxs1 :'V" ''sBaaBaaH aatsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssPr MssaalssssssssssH mkil-vJfv i''!r jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbxsi "' aH BBxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxP' .BBxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxssa BBBBBBBBBgsBBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBB'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ CHARLES M. FOELL, Alderman Elect Twenty-first Ward. CHARLES M. FOELL a man oi many excellent iuailtlcs. Is brainy, reliable mid always steadfast to friends aud to the lino of duty. KIOKHAM BOANLAN Is as considerate of Mi rigni of oth srs as be Is Insistent uhiu the main tenance of his own. This Is one of the reasons of his great popularity. JUSTICE J. K. PRINDIVILLE belongs to that class of citizens which baa ever contributed most to the wel fare and upbuilding of Chicago. CHARLES 11. WACKER la enterprising and progressive, as well as capable ami careful In the con duct of all affairs entrusted to blm, hence his :nvarlahle success. ANDREW MATHI9KN never forget a friend or a promise and t among the most popular cltl sens of Chicago. HON. JAMES H. KCKKL8 brings trained Intelligence, native abil ity and sturdy Integrity to bear In all his relations with his fellow citizens and In the discharge of nil his duties. JUDGE THBODORH RRENTANO ha built up a reputation in thla city of which any man might well feel proud. JOHN K. OWENS has always put truth, nouor and Jus tice before expediency; hence tho es teem with which he Is looked upon by all who know him. ANDREW J. GRAHAM can count his personal friendH oy the hundred, a fact due to nls many esti mable characteristics and bis unchang ing, even, temperament GEOUUK U SWIFT holds a foremost plnco In tho front rnnks of tho best citizens in this com munity. EDWARD TILDN is deservedly popuhn, being uniformly courteous and obliging to bis fellow citizens and always a stickler for pro bity and principle. JOHN 0. FET7.DR has a blgh conception of the duties of citlsenship and lives up to it He la a man whom to know is to respect ADAM ORTSBirKN la a muu whose well-Uwwn ability aud public spirit places him lu the front rank of our most useful cltl seua. PETER B. OLSEN. I a man of untarnished reputation and of commanding ability in the conduct ef bla affairs. JUSTICE HENRY ROTH active, energetic, enterprislug and pub-llo-spirlted, baa made a success of all bis undertakings, and la ranked by common consent among our Tory beat citizens. PETER FORTUNU Is a public-spirited cltlsea who Is as popular aa be is prosperous In his business pursuits. CYRIL R, JA.NMJ8 has tbs experience and the abmty to make a success of all bis undertak ing. JUDGE M. W. PINCKNHY haa a fine record for probity and strictly bonorablo methods. He has made himself respected In every walk In Ufa which be has been engaged. JOHN M'GILLKN holds an honored place among those who by hla ability, industry nnd sound Judgment contribute to the growth and upbuilding of Chicago, JUSTICE JAMES a DOOLBY. haa a spotless reputation as a first class cltlxen, and a capable and honorable man of affairs. ALBERT N. ROSBNEMK a cltlxen whose record is one to be proud of, Is u mnu whoso friends are myriad and whose name command re spect everywhere. STILLMAN B. JAMI79MON bus never been kuoMii to undertake what he could not accomplish, nor fall to accomplish what ho has undertaken. CHARLES J. VOrtCKA command the confidence ot the en tire business community, being con scientious, assiduous and painstaking In all hla transactions. JOHN, P. HOPKINS a capable man, combining energy with Intelligence, he Is Justly regarded and respected aa a valuablo member of the community. JOHN T. OONNflRY never doea thing by halves. He Is thorough In the fulfillment of all obli gations, and therefore has the respect of the entire community. JOHN M. SMTHI. has hosts of friends who admire htm for bis many tnerlta and good quail tie. GENERAL HARRIS A. WHEELER dhs made It a rule through life to ac cord fair play as well as to demand It In all tilings. Everybody who knows blm trusts us well ns likes him. JOSEPH A. O'DONNBLL. ha the deserved reputation of being one of tho moat capable and reliable men of affair in Chicago. WILLIAM LORIMER maintains that widespread popularity and respect which la only gained by a strong as well as an estimable per sonality. nON. FRED W. UPHAM Is lionorablo aud fair In all bis rela tions with his fellow, citizens, upright as he Is capable and straightforward. B. M. WIEDINGER la a man of the highest standing in the community; upright and Just In all the affairs of life and indefatigable lu tho performance of all the duties thereof. ERNEST HUMMEL. In all rolatlou of liro never deviate from those principles of straightfor wardness and integrity which have won bin golden nnlnlona everywhere. FREDERICK 0. DELANO Is liked by everybody and counts bis friends by the hundred. VIRGIL M. BRAND has earned by an honest, upright life, the good will and respect of the en tire community. SBNATOR . O. CLARK, belongs to that class ot citizens who never know failure, nor allow any ob stacles to detor them In a worthy en terprise once undertaken. JUSTIOB JOHN RICHARDSON la pleasant and genial ot manner. obliging and faithful to bis promises! 10 ui prouuatM, sad respected. and therefore HOW ABOUT DUNNE? Beef Trust Said to Have Dominated the Local Harrison Political Machine for Years. Why the City Inspection of Diseased Beef, Dead Swine and Poultry Was Discontinued. The Beef Trust Is going to cut a big figure In local politics. Developments point to the fact that tho lleef Trust manipulated some peo pie connected with tho Harrison ad ministration to suit Itself. Everybody knows that tho only pro tection vouchsafed the people Is a rigid Inspection of tho beef, sheep and swine that are killed. Everybody knows that tho National and Statu Inspection Is farcical to such n degree as to be positively dan gerous to the public health. Everybody knows that under n number of city administrations the city maintained n force of Inspectors nnd a competent bacteriologist on the ground, to condemn uulmuls thnt were untlt for food. Everybody knows what happened to Dr. Jacques, the city bacteriologist, who performed his duty faithfully nnd who offended tho Beef Trust by de fending tho public. Everybody knows that he was sum marily dismissed under the Harrison administration nnd the city Inspection of lleef Trust Input nnd output was discontinued. Why? IlccnUHc, It has since developed, the Reef Trust owns, controls, regulates and shapes tho destiny of tlie local Harrison machine, otherwise tho reg ular Democratic organization. Tho lleef Trust has had Its men in control of the policy of the Harrison organization. It must, therefore, hsve shaped the policy uud controlled the acts of the Harrison administration. That Is why tho wretched cattle known to the trade as "Canuers," The putrid nnd unclean poultry left for years In cold storage with entrails undrawn. Tho slunk calves, The hogs which died In transit, The lumpy Jawed nnlmnls, Aud tho hog cholera sausages stuff ed Into diseased Intestines, Have been served up and sold for food without any let or hindrance from the city of Chicago. Rotten politics has much to do with rotten food. But tho Beef Trust, which laughs at HON. B. A. ECKHA RT enjoys n widespread and well-earned popularity. JUSTICE THEODORE C. MaYER la ouo of those men wlio.e pledge is tantamount to performance, nnd whom everybody likes and respects. FRANK WBMTKIt. has provon by his successful career that brains, cxponence uud Integrity form an irresistible combination In uny line of business. EDWARD A. DICKER, can always ho telled upon to bo loyal to friends, true to principle and faith ful to his word, hence his friends and admirers are legion. JOHN J. HEALY has the respect and good wishes of every one with whom be comes In con tact. From Chicago Journal of Health, the American authority on mutters of Sanitation mid Hygiene us to which is really "The Rest," an editorial report for the bcnellt of our render, lly J nines S. Clark, M. D. (Copyright, 11KU, by A. I'. Leopold.) It Is unnecessary to say to thu read ers of the Chicago Journal of Health that no other consideration Is taken into account save the Interest of thu public, uud that lu reviewing uny prep aration or toulc upon the market, the namu of tho manufacturers, or thu claims made for such product by in terested parties, have no weight what ever lu shaping the opinions of the editorial department of this Journal. In followlug out these principles we Imvo lu tho pust felt culled upon to freely criticise several of tho liquid remedies and malt tonics extensively advertised In the dully newspapers uud even magazines of high standing, tho claims of which were found upon rigid exuuilnutlou, made by tho chemical de partment of these reports, to be, In many cases, fur overdrnwu, aud lu sev eral case glaringly untrue. Some of these preparations have neither good or bud qualities, having uo medicinal value whatever, and being Incapable of doing auy harm by their falso claims, save in Inducing those ucediiig a mild stimulant to pay n high price for stuff possessing uo moro therapeutic vuluo than colored water. Thnt In ono or two Instances wero found products to havo vnluo In sjieclnl enses wo freely admit, but none which enmo uudcr tho notlco of tho analytical corps and med ical Htnff of theso reports displayed es neutlnl elements indicating blgh cura- i wvu quiiiim-n oi buiiiciciii vuiuu to uo - I servo endorsement ut our hands, bunco tivo qualities of sufficient value to do National Government inspection, sim ply guffaws nt tho very Idea of city government Inspection. Tho lleef Trust Iniquity must cease. To secure a more extended food In spection for Chicago, six of tho prime movers of the Consumers' League rail ed upoli Commissioner of Health Wha ten. They offered the services of u corps of skilled Inspectors. Dr. Whit leu agreed to co-operato with the league. While they declare the work they do Is efficient, tho members of the league assert more men arc needed. The committee which called on Dr. Whnlcn was composed of the follow ing: Miss Jane Addnms, Mrs. Bryaa Lnthrop, Cornelia Do Hey, Harriet Vandorvunrt, Anna Nlcboles, nnd Paul Pierce. "We bnvo no complaint to make with the work of the Health Department" said Mrs. Lathrop, "but on account of the few men whom they can employ the Inspection Is not as far reaching as It should be." Tho Inspection proposed by the league will be entirely Independent of Stuto or city authorities. Within a few days a largo corps of luspoctnrs will be stmt out. What an awful fuss the dally news pa pets miiko over tho Insurance scan dals) And yet not ouo person In 1,000 1 affected by them. Yet the dally nows papers have nothing to say against the lleef Trust, which robs every mnu, woman and child In the community every day. The worklugmau aud every other man for that matter Is entitled to pure food and pure medicine. A government that does not protect a man and bis family In these particulars deserve to ho overthrown. Tho lleef Trust must go. The Reef Trust Is going to control the grazing business ns well us the rent of the cattle trade. It Is ncqulr lug tltlo to millions of acres of land In Colorado for the purKse of rais ing cattle. we bnvo never hitherto recommended the uso of uny such products. When tho Mult Sinew Company, of Chicago, placed uiM)ii tho market Malt Sluuw, the compiler of these reisirts wits In clined to believe that, notwithstanding thu recognized prominence and respon sibility of these manufacturers, that another mediocre malt preparation bad been added to the many such product of questlonablu value which Hood thu market. Hut with such preconceived opinions, a long and painstaking In vestigation was set lu progress, with tho end lu view of publishing the facts elicited, whether fiivornblu or other wise. Three methods wero adopted looking to a fair trial and Impartial examination Into tho claims of the Malt Sinew Company's Mult Sinew. Flwt, samples were, secured lu open market aud subjected to severest analytical tests by trained oxperls connected wltli that special department. It Is but fair to say that thu result of such Investigation was to prove that uo claim uiadu by tho luauulactuivru regarding tho high nutritive quality, or touching thu bcuetlclal constituents of this malt product havo been lu tho slightest degree overdrawn. A second branch of our Investigation luvolvUl careful questioning of thu leaders of tho medical staff and the securing of coulldcutlul uud unprejudiced expres sions of opinion concerning the worth of this preparation to nursing women, In marasmus, consumption, lu nervous diseases, dyspepsia, aud all complalutH Involving digestion and assimilation, or whero nutrition was thu desired end; uud common Justice Impels us to say that tho result of such Investigation the hearty uud unanimous endorsement and approval bestowed upon Malt Sinew by those highest In their profession was sufficient, alone, to stamp this rem edy us being of highest vnluo fur nil anaemic and pulmonary diseases anil cases of nervous debility, and especial ly valuable to nursing women. It Is for theso reasons we single out Malt Sinew, uud cull thu attention of tho profession nnd tho public to It ruro uud surpassing merits merits not possessed by any other extinct of malt tonic over offered tho practitioner uud would heartily advlso the securing of tho great beneflU arising from tho use of It. It la tho only remedy of tho kind havlug tho uuquulltled editorlul en dorsement of tbo Chicago Journal of Health. It Is uot only without an cental, but stands without a superior, beyond question or doubt tho malt toulc par excellence, its uso will bo found to justify tho strongest endorsement that can ho bestowed, Ot no other similar preparation can wo say tho same. Manufactured by Mnlt-Sliiow Com pany, J127 North lloyno iiveuuo, Cbl- 1 cugo, III, Tel, Humboldt ISO; Calumet 809. if? .