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1' -a fvTprsjjjSF-wct r.-r...T .. -v. tT-vap-f o!f''nv-?'w-f:-Sf.?)qr.-t-,ry. jwswv y " ''' ryw '- -wTjj(r''"T'' 'r'TK' IW? Tr!MHBMIVPR,nnS Entered as teeend Clett Matter Oetaatr II, 1889. at (he Poit Office at Clileae.llllmto,HiHlcr Act ef Mareli 3rd, 1879 TWENTIETH YEAR, NO. FIERY HARRISON BACK. At Once Opens . the Campaign for Re-election to the Office of Chicago Mayor. A Guard of Chicken Lifters Has Been Formed to Protect His Nibs. Some of the Iroquois Survivors Might Do Some One Some Harm. You Beiidei, John E. Traeger, Who Wai Coroner When that Bound Is a Red Hot Candidate Brhrade Will Handled - , Clf arettiM fr .trfce factual Carter. II. l!l 3M aipsrter of the fnnut'r innyot1 in hU light for IiIh old Job. Outside of tlu Iroquois Theater dls nstcr nothliifc ha kindled such n big tire to cmbhiteii their camp. (Mice seekers wIki do not vote nt ail! arc given the preference on nil sides tit the present time. Joke Dickinson, wbo lived near the I.k Shore drive In Chicago for nearly nine years and who did not vote even nl the Tuft election, linn been . nmcU Secretary of War. Franklin MacVeagh, who Iuih not uu for years for fear he intent be drawn on a Jury, ha been made Sec retary of the 'I'tvftHiiry. Harrison, who Iuih never voted ex cept for himself, him this strong point In his favor. Meanwhile n "llnrrlHon (liiard" or gnulxiitlnu Iuih becii placed III the Held by the Hultry furmois who rnlxti yoiiui; heiiH, and iiKmtei'H tiKi, In the lilitht time, with a delicacy of touch that llarrNon never xaw beaten In Kentucky. TIiIh Ouiird will keep Irotpiolrt dur vlvorw from "rencliliiK" IIIh NHw. Tohu K. Ttnep'r, who wan coroner Ht the time the coroner's Jury held llaiTixtni to the Kiiind Jury for aliened I'liiciiK'iiiiM lu IiIh iMilltlciU capacity us inayiir, at the time of the Iroquois lire, will be tint hardest mini the Har rison (iiuml will have to Unlit. Kuveral men who used to belong to volunteer tire departments In their youth have formed u bucket brteado to help the former mayor. ' The duties of the bucket brlcade will be to extinguish lighted cigarette .stubs, thrown uwiiy by the ex-mayor while addresslug political meetings. A holocaust which kills women and vhlldrcn at u theater matinee would be serious If It occurred again. Hut a lire which would burn up a hall full of bum KiiitIkoii politicians might ruin the cause, Alderman Harney Hnow Is to bo 'made chitlrniun of the uext council committee on finance. Ila, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, lui, ha! Mr. Huow'tt .public exHrlence, beforu graduating In .to the dty council from one of the pro hibition wards, was In the stamp and envelope licking division of the Agri cultural Depurtuicut at Washington. Owing to this fact, he does not know much about raising poultry at night, although he lu connected with the Orange Judd Farmer, Homo of Snow's reform palH can give him tip on Hie use of u bag, In nocturul chicken raising If he wishes to know about It. The Chicago Journal In a recent edi torial thus bit the Municipal Voters' League: "Tho reasons given by llobnrt P. Young for his retirement at tho last moment from tho aldermanlc race In the Third Ward do not redound to tho credit of tho Municipal Voters' Leuguo or those responsible' for Its manage ment. ".Mr. young's explanation proves clearly that the League is not tho dis interested public-spirited body which It bus set up to be. but bases Its acts KT. ims witvvotem4CbkXMtf FrL"3i'Hn-,lm given gttigW 11 ' n ii i -- -jr- " ' -.mi M i i t . wif 'INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINQif NEUTRAL IN NONEf KA , i i. .- i. -. .--ii . ... ., -- .. A --- ...--. -... 27. Know - V V ." VJ v. Coroner's Jury Harrison, '. HinuehYand a Bucket Jtovs -Wi- ,i.W VfL'. ,7 M! -('" 9 . .- J ure'the Intelligent electorate will appraise the Lcuguu's Indorsements and denuncliitloim of candidates for olllce at their true value, which means mi enormous discount from the league's professed standards." Whnt mi awful reflection the "Muni cljml Voters' Uague" Is iiikhi tho peo ple of Chicago as well iih upon tho Hoard of Aldermen I Imagine the Con gress of the United Htntcs allowing u society coiiiHscd of the olllclalH of the leading trusts ami monopolies of tho country to dictate Its policies and to shape Its legislation Imagine the dif ferent state legislatures doing tho sanm thing! And yet lu Chicago, after the pcoplo have elected men to serve them In the city council a lot of persons, connected with various monopolies, railroads and other franchise-seeking concerns and well known tax dodgers, boldly walk Into the council chamber and tell the aldermen what to do. it Is a good thing now days to bo u law yer and an tildermau ut the same time. Vote for Powell for City Treasurer ami be with the winner. Tin Dixon family have a lead pipe cinch on the transMrtntlon problem. One of them Is an alderman and the other a state senator. Hnth, of course, are endorsed by the M. V. I.. (live Isaac N. Powell your vote City Treasurer. He deserves II. for Albert .1. Hopkins Is the Hpular choice of llllmilsniiK for United States Henator. Tho gall of Alderman Mow Foreman expecting tho support of the Uulted Societies after, handing out a charter, which they lMat to n frnz7.1o because of its crushing blow nt personal lib erty, almost surpasses belief. Where did Moe get his wealth? Francis I). Connery has made nil honest iiml able Alderman, and ho will servo the people equally as well us City Clerk. Mini ininois nieiu uonipquy seems to bo terribly wrought up ovor that Chlpertlcld bill. MIL. -Ill I.. n r Kvcryliody that knows Iko Powell likes him. Ills election us City Treas urer is certain. Let the Republican hold-outs at Springfield couio to their tensea aud vote for the man wbo baa reeelvod the hearty cudorpement of the people of Illinois, Albert J. Hopkins. Isaac X. Powell, one of tbe moat pop ular men who aver held public ofHce In Chicago, will be tbe next Olty Treas urer, What official of the City Railway re inaked In the First National Bank lust year, that be "Had never seen such an appetite aa Foreranu's''? .Was It a ' upon .motlyw-bipst knowtft to' Itself and .v'uvrut CHICAGO, 8ATURDAY, Al'mtfft I009.--TW:ELVE PJ.GE8. - i'1 Ov V. l..An;.Slfojtf traction or imlltical appetite that was referred to? ' ' Hopkins is u winner, down u good man. You can't Tho Illinois Steal Gouipnny should not be permitted to steal tho whole southern shore of Lake Michigan. A otn for Powell for City Treasurer Is a vote for the right mail. Frank I). Conuery lor City Clerk. Is the right man A vnto for Powell for City Treasurer Is a vote for the right man Foreman Third. Is still running In the 'Kvcrybmly Is ' with' popular Ike Powell for City Treasurer. Higher meat for the iwplo and low er taxes for tho packers aro promised. The leasing by the city of tr.e great Goodrich dock, ' east of Rush street bridge, for the paltry aunt of $3,000 per rear, without advertising for bid, astounds everyone. In the opinion of able lawyers, tha very fact that bids were not advertised for Invalidates tho lease. This lease Is worth from $80,000 to $100,000 a yenr to the city, as It Is tho very best dock property on the whole chain of lakea. Several people would gladly bid $50,000 for It if they were given a chance. Thts sort of business Is played out with the public and the facts once understood will arouse a storm of indignation. The practice, of the Chicago City Railway and Chicago Hallways Com. puny In hiring yahoos from the, country for conductors and inotormen tuny ex plain tho cause of some tragic happen lugs along their lines. Tho Municipal Court should bo nbol ished. Tho Illinois Steul Company la going to lower tbe wages of 5,000 men. The eople of Illinois believe lu that old saying, "Ono good term deserves another," ami that Is why tboy aro for Albert J. Hopkins for United States Senator, Isaac N. Powell will uiako a grand City Treasurer. It's all over but tha ahoutlug as far as Francis D, Connery'a campaign for City Clerk is concerned, He will win - - .'r b,eii wirwiSi. r L" l' LIMV .BHD -KHK m ' a-ftl-B--!iLj-:-i-M-H-HPB iw . 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Mr. Powell has been the directing genius of that most lmKrtant department of govern ment for tho whole period. Uoth Dem ocrats nud Republicans respected him for his uniform fairness and n taint of scandal has never attached to his work. Ho has always Ihmmi honest nud nboie board and ho will account for the people's money as City Treasurer as well as lie did for the ooplo's ballots as executive olllcer of the Klectlou Commis sion. Vole against iiuueMug HvnUKtou, Chicago dou't want It. Albert J. Hopkins Is the choice of the people for United States Senator. Isaac N. Powell, tho patient, pains taking and alwa,s pollto and accommo dating Chief Clerk or tho Klectlou Commission has Iktii named for City Treasurer. Ho deserves to bo elected, and undoubtedly will be, as he Is a mode) public olllclal, What Is .Tohu (I. Drcnimn doing for the Illinois Central at Sprluglietd? Time will tell. Why should a packing house, with Its smell, bo permitted to expand across the street from tho Albert (S. line Technical High School? , You can't stop Frank D. Connery for City Clerk. Ho Is a suro winner. iVIl classes of citizens uro rallying to the support of I mac X. Powell for City Treasurer. Ho I a sure will ner. The Mills gang nud tho rest of the reformers on the school board will bear watching. Popular Ike Powell will bo the next City Treasurer, and don't you forget It. People uro sick and tired of "Char ter" grafters, - Xo. iiiiiiv lu Chicago is more entitled to uu election to olllce than I. X. Pow ell. Ills clean, faithful and hardwofk lug record as chief clerk of tbe Election ; TTrXT? &. "v .A'U, J ,17 V . v. t W5 "4 i?J w,"ir. . i v ..S fit -fv-v Hoard has earned for him an election as City Treasurer, and bis certain vic tory isi April tl will be a iopulnr one from one end of Chicago to tho other. The Knockers Of. V. T will never be missed, If a truo reform leuguo Is started lu 'Chicago, The great Increase lu the number of eases of tuberculosis Is due to the maiiuer lu which the trust packers have been given their own way by the health department. The traction companies do about as they like. They run over people, kill people, kill horses aud ruin teams and nothing Is ever done to them. Vole lor City Clerk. I'rnucls I). Conuery for The greatest high school In Chicago Is being ruined by u packing plant built right across the street from It. Schneider should get busy mi this. The discovery of that traction graft was almost too sudden for the "re spectable" reformers. Nothing doing. The people of Illinois were with Al bert .1. Hopkins for Pulled States Senator at the August primaries, and they are with him now. Mciiunhlln the traction graft, stolen from the city, has been lost sight of. What does Mr. Weston get $20,000 per year for his traetlou work for tho ( lly. Slum wu did engineers become so valuable? Tim best thing In the gift of the city Is the great dock property which Is leased to the (Goodrich Company for u song. This Is tho greatest dock prop erty lu tho world, and there nro plenty of men In Chicago who are wllliug to pay $."s).ooo n year for It for a long lease. The lease of this dock has never been advertised us It should have been, according to law, All past city administrations bavo stifled com petition and banded thts great prop erty over to the Goodrich gang for a pittance, Tho dock property bus a width of seventy feet, and is over a block lu length, extending from Rush street bridge to tho Illinois Central slip. This gang are already nt work to get another lease this year, Wutch them I Sometimes wo feel like ngreolng with Hlg Sid that It would bo better to send Foremuu buck to tho council, This might bo the quickest way of nut- "tS-v' V.I I ting blm in lino for what is coming to him some day, soon or late, li1fl ,'&i1iffi$Wi&'rtitryiiiiri$qsitj", i'w t'e'vi nt y VroSS WHOLE NUMBER 1,01K ALL HOG ROAD WINS. i Municipal Voters' League Pets, by a Solid Vote, Give Good The League Advisory Committee Is Largely Composed of Railroad Owners, And as This Gang Selects Only Men ' Who Are Its Slaves When Wanted, Nothing that a Railroad Wants Will Be Denied It in the City Council. These Millionaires Who Have Such a Time with Dub Aldermen Attract Attention. After U'lng beaten two times the Illinois Central managed to squeeze tbioiiub the franchise of the Kensing ton & Knstern Railroad nt the meet ing -of the-city coiiucll. .Monday night. The road Is e.Hcled to lie running in a mouth. .ft will have four tracks, two for freight to Gary, I nil., aud two for trolley cars of the Chicago, Lake Shore tVc South Rend F.lcctrlu Hallway, which Is a part of the Hauiia luterur ban system of Indiana aud Ohio. A companion ordinance provides that the Illinois Central shall vacate and pave a strip of Front street be'ween Uoth and llilth streets, which adjoins the Kensington & Knstern terminal In Kensington. The ordinance creating a commit tee of local Industries, which will take practically all of the work uwiiy from the streets nud alleys committee was called up by Aid. Cullcrtnu and was passed. The new committee will be comMiscd of tlftccu members, seven from the West Side, live front the South and three from the North. The HumlHildt Park nraiich of tho MetroHtlltaii West Side P.tcvatcd Hallway can now lio extended along West .North avenue t the city limits. The ordinance granting the right was passed by acclamation. Tim work on the two miles between North Lawb dale avenue, the present terminal, and North MM avenue, must be completed lu two years. The series of ordinances revising the licence system of the city were passed with the exception of the one relating to livery aud sales stables. When the license period starts this year, Mify 1st, the city collector will collect for only eight mouths, so that tho license period for llttn nud suhciucnt years will start .Inn. 1st, and be coincident with the calendar year. City Clerk Mcl'abe took a limit shot at the or dinances by n series of tlgures show ing that by shortening the current li cense je.ir tour months the city's In come Is reduced ?l,"i,(l:i for unci, A new bureau of street repairing lu the department of public works Is created by uu ordinance fathered by Aid, Snow, which also authorizes the city to do the work Itself. The mosf Important new Job which Is brought lot tli by the ordinance Is third us slstnut superintendent -of streets. Among the minor ordinances which went through lu the clean up were the following : Requiring that nil gasolluu be sold lu red cans under penalty of s.'i tine, Permitting private attachments to Hie Hie alarm servlco or tho city. Providing that water meters shall bo Installed when frontage rate Is $100 a year, Instead of $40, and revising code regarding the collection of water taxes. Sixteen swltch-truck ordinances, most of them passed for the purKsn of col lectlng compensation, us tracks bavo been used for yeurs. Four ordinances permitting hoard of education to sell properly no longer needed for school purposes. A blind ordinance, to which no al derman hud tho temerity to sign his name, was produced by City Clerk iMc (,'abo at tbe last ntluute before ad Joiirmnent. It is designed to give tho hold-over nldermeu n salary raise from $1,(100 to the $,000 which the newly elected nldermeu will receive by mak iH Entered aa Seaand ciaaa Matter Oeteker 11.888, at the feet ernea at CMea.e, lllbwla. under Aet af Mareh 3rd, 1879 Illinois Central Thing. Good ing each hold-over alderman suisjrln teudent of cleaning, paving and other street work In his ward nt n $1,000 salary. It went to the finitucc eom inlttee. The council adjourned In ucenrdance with uu ordinance from Alderman Ben nett to April J, the Monday following the election. At that time the present council will hold n Mrfunctory meet ing of u few minutes, swear in tbe new aldermen and adjourn into the new council. The next meeting of the council will bo on April !. The new aldermen will take their scats at this meeting. Kpldermis Madden 1ms promised to deliver the Third Ward to Alose Fore man. Powell nud victory go hand In hand. Kx-Alderman Butler, of tbe Twenty seventh Ward, could toll n thing or two about Foreman if be wanted to. Vote for Isaac X. Powell for City Tieasurer. Foreman may be sorry some day that he did not follow the wise exam ple of Henuntt and Linn Voting, aud get out while the sun was shining. See that 1. N. Powell gels your vote for City Treasurer. He Is tbe man for the olllce. How many public bodies lms the Illinois Steal Company got representa tives on? People bavo a great opportunity to luy uwny Martin It. (Epidermis) Mad den nud Milton .7. Foreman nt one swipe. Heat Foreman in the Tlilrd and Madden goes back to clip his bonds. Nobody lu Chicago Is better quail lied for the olllce of City Treasurer than 1. N. Powell, aud his election on April tl will be worthy of Chicago. The Chicago Olty Railway Company and tho Chicago Railways Company aro talking of consolidating. This will beat the city out of SO per cent more of Its lawful Income. Porulnr Iko Powell deserves your voto for City Treasurer, fseo that he gels it. Tho Illinois Stent Company wants 2.10 acres moro of Lake Michigan belonging fa tho Stute of Illinois. Isaac N. Powell will make one of the besr City Treasurers Chicago has ever hud. Watch tbe traction gang closely. Tbe members of It are figuring on skinning the city to a greater extent than ever. Why dou't tbe belligerent Republi cans down ut Sprlngfleld cut out their horseplay and do honor to their party and their State by re-electing to the W X v ---i"''i t && 4. , I 't.w il'-M fel ..!