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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 September 1892

& MflO faflk ,., " ,, "o, '.'I d V, V rp YsT "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOL. VI. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1?, 1892. NO. lo4. Mil IS OIT. tenovei from the Princi ;pifcftty of the Arnold School, And Suspended from Service for Three Months. To Teach in Another District When Sentence Is Up. "Warning to All Treihm to Oboyttbo RuIm, ' And ts Abstain tram Gruilty and tin Sad of Merchandise in Sctnol, The-Board Tf Education hearkened to the voice. fat-Mom, and hiis removed Mix. Braddlo Bradford from the prlneipalshlp of the Arnold NCtlOOl. For her conduct wlillo holding that important altera the Honrd of Education has tnispended ihcr from the DtiirfJo erT4co tor (three mouths, and has directed Unit ut tho oxpl ra tion of Iter Msnteuco itho woman lie transferred to another district. Tilts is as dt should he. The good tuamo of tho public schools of Chicago demanded that 80HHJ Midi action ho taken. I J 1TMV-1I 1TC IJUIIIU IIIUli tf UUIII'MIIIJ niKhtall of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 September 1892

V A FOR THE EAGLE. A Collation of News from All Over the World. A Feast of Political, Commercial and General Intelligence, Thoroughly Sifted for Eagle Readers, Flvo Die In Ootlinm, The New York Health llourd has admitted officially that Asiatic cholera bus made Its apparaucc In that city, Whlla the board has been Issuing dally bulletins declaring thcro was not a single case In In New York It has bad genuine casos under surveillance and has been Investigating deaths which It now admits wero beyond doubt caused by Asiatic cholera. The first death occurred eight days ago. There havo been three since, which, with tho first, are proven by biological examination to havo jeen caused by Asiatic cholera. Ilactcrlologtsts Ulggs and Dunham nro now making 11 microscopical search for tho deadly germ In a fifth case, In which the diagnosis will probably also bo confirmed. MII9. HAKHINO VEItY ILL. Physicians Issue a IlutUtln Showing Iter Condition to be Critical. Doctors K. K. Gardner of Washingto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 September 1892

y- IAKS OGOHHELL, ittorney at Law. 1 Suite 916, Opera ;House Block, 112 CLARK STREET, REMOVAL NOTICE. Law Office or James H. War 411 411 IiMmO link, Ctr. Clnrk ami Hnnttotph HI.. CIiIviirii. T,il Justice of the Peaa. COURT ROOM, 132 So. Clark Street, CHICAGO. Residence, 67 Bryant Avenue. Room 1, 79 West Madison St., N. E. Cor. Jefferson. Tl.pba If. S3S. 130 Wastiinnton Street, Room' 20, CHICAGO. Aw.dowoam. m. r. aiunfe DUNCAN&G1LBERT , ATTORNEYS IT LAW, OraKouM Building. CHICAGO) ILL Wk. E. Hamox. Boar. P. Bats. liAWnSHCB M. KxkW. MASON, EHN1S & BATES. Airne! ail Counselors at Law, MOOMM sot o a to, la Bailie tit.. CMICAQO. JOHN HcKEOIH, Attorney at Law lair. SeverM, JutoPen mm K. rradiii, i i Huuini mum mt, fep1 S. Clark St, CHICAGO, ILL Attorney (or Liquor Dealers' Asao elation ot Illinois. John F. Kenny, Real Estate 4209 South Halsted St. Telephone 8635. RESIDENCE: , P. WHIR, IIR. n. P. BERNARD F. WEBER & CO., Real Estate and Mulsaie Banlers. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 September 1892

l)c Chicago (faglc f TJBLHHED EVERY f ATUKDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newspaper Fearless and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. Address all conitntinlcnttorn to IIEMIY 1'. DONOVAN, tdUor and I'roprletor, Mali lltilMlug, 120 l'ltth avenue. Entered at tlio I'ostoMco at Chicago, HI., m ecorul-cl.m matter. NOTICE. Tmj Eaolr can be ordered at Ohas. Macdonald & Co. 'a literary emporium nd book store, C5 Washington street, tnd can be found also at all first-clou news stands in the West. MRS. BRADFORD'S CASE. The Hoard of Kdueatlon has misItctidcd Mr.", Rradford for throw mouths, and ha- ordered her trailfor to some oilier school than the Arnold when her period of punishment Is up. The singular thills' about this cole'ihratc.J case was the pertinacity with which certain people maintained tlio woman's .innoeenee In the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. The School Rnnid, by a vote of III to ", arrived at the conclusion stated ::ihou, mid ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 September 1892

IXS . m n. ,s THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank, Northwest Corner Madison and La Salle Sts., Capital, - - $1,000,000.00 Surplus, - 150,000.00 O.B.SHAW Prosidont F.H.HEAD Vica Prosidont -J. R. CHAPMAN Cashlor . W.L..MOYER Assistant Cashlor Under State Supervision. Transacts a General Banking Business. Persona .Accounts Desired. Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Savings Deposit. BOARD OF DIRECTORS F. H. Head, Georgo E. Wood, William J. Watson, Ferd W. Pock, Adolf Krous, Joy Morton, S. A. Maxwell, Wm. Kent, C. T. Trego, 'T. H. Sheppord, Wm. Decring, S. A. Kont, V. A. Watklns, J. H. Pearson, C. T. Nash, E. L. Lobdoll, O. B. Shaw. SOLE AGENT "FINANCIER" CIGART CHAS. S. GRAIN, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, 115 ADAMS STREET, OX TRADE A SPECIALTY. OHIOAOO. POLITICAL Roster of the State Committees of the DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEES. Th. Slat Central Body. uEcunni o.MMrrtxa ' D. P. Phelps. ,,,,,.... .Chairman S. B.lbase Vice Chairman Tnso. Nelson. .f-ecratarjr W. B. Brinton , Treasurer Walter Watso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 September 1892

h. THE USE OP TEARS, Hit A K.iliintt Outlet Which Itcllne. ct-iin HyaiiMii urStHtiy Mlrulim. This subject Is C'ttiMdcreil In a l)rllit. ami Intcrctlii rupur recently IHiLINhcil Ui the Asclopald. 1'ear, Hiicr, ami Joy, to say nothing of paHum and ancr, bring tears to the ova They are said to come from the heart, and this Is true, for no one o or tenoned himself Into weeping without u tlrst appeal through the imnuliiatlon to some emotion. Tears arc the natural outlet of emotional tension. They arc the result of si storm In the central nervous system, Ulvliig rise to changes In tho vascular terminals of the tearsccretlng glands. riiosc changes Induce profuse excretion of water, and weeping results. In a mild degree some excretion Is always In process to bathe the eye and ole ir It of foreign matters. The controllimr center Is at a distance though the secretion may bo kept up by the small trace ot saline substance that is present In tho tears themselves. The lachrymal glands lie between...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 September 1892

4 lOAGO EAGLE, k h-. H c tm I 2KBL "fV aavaaaaw'" u I t r -ttjqtSMP LraaaaaaT JfaeajpMrLytMeT fc " j BKWEI OF THE IEST MALT Said In Keet TtltpboM Watt 189. CIS. H. MITCHELL, 028-30 Unity lluildlng, 70 DEARBORN STREET, CHICAGO. Attorney at Law. PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS. Telephone Main 3675. HUIC. VU iNDZ LOANS. Booms 25 and 26, No. 110 Dearborn Street. PICNIO MOUNDS. When They An and How to Rtach Thim, Tho most beautiful picnic grounds, within easy dlstanco of Chicago, fitted out with all tho conveniences necessary to make n day's outing en Joyablc, are situated on tho Wiscon sin Central lines, nuiong which aro Schiller Park,' Clybourn Park, and ! Diamond Lnko Park. Tho superior facilities afforded by tho "Central" for handling this business need no Introduction. Its advantages havo been fully established. Lodges, clubs, churches, societies, associations, etc., contemplating an outing during tho coming summer, will find it to their Interest, before making final preparations, to ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 September 1892

W- v-f)0lr -WWP" I Alexander H. Revell & Co. Cor. Wnbnsh nvciiuo and Adams street, DESKS sxsbbbbbbbjbbbbbbibbbbbwwwwX BYifoSsSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfleSBBBBBBBBJ rT.'!r77i?BBBBBBBsBs -a T" ) - L3"TOraSSBBiB ' - ttai-rr j f'..; ' TN.3 - -.- -Jf'-' - i7 ,w : t" l. ' r .-, iu"-' American Brewing Co, sfFi Ronnlsblind JfJH HorthlsMinfl item BHRP1 lTenoe' BREWERS OF THE A.. B- OCOLUMBIA MINNEHAHA Brands of Lager Beer. FRANCIS If. YOUNG, ffnrt, JOHN W. ENRIGHT, lee. ft TMaeV STAR BREWERY Bank Fixtures MADE TO ORDER. FACTORY, COR. POLK ST. AND FIFTH AV. SHOW CASES. Alexander H. Revell & Co., Cor. Wabash Avenue and Adams Street. 5 IBisilBie-CiiiiCo. 1 MICHAEL BKAHD, Pratt. TIItQIL M. BKAKD, Tic Fr.it, LCO RRNHT, Btcy. RtlDOLVU BtUMD, TrMf. luiup s T I1 IIIj Main OIDte, $84 to 706 Sedgwick St, (Mag. m Ml II Oft BREWERIES: MICHAEL BRAND, BARTHOLOMAE k LEICHT, Cir, Eliten Av. mi tnew II. I4 to 7M Stfgwlek II. ERNST BROTHERS, 47 If 17 LarrihM It. l -J A'. OlO. Moit Extenslre Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

mmmmmmmmm V'v; 'S,,ft, '-j!.'''t"y.i'l??v'.l.;i'i'ff11 "1 J 'V gfljictoja n!.. I INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOL. IX. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, ' 1891-TWELVE PAGES. NO. 230. 11 JUICY POUTHJAl POTIll llli; AFTER Tl CROOKS. II- faale At-' r. .A V fc." mB Mil P4P HE lews of the Doings Each of . Thirty-four Wards. tNiimirius OMdidatos Officii An Hurrying to tho Front. Split Between Pease Lake View Threatens to Make Things Lively. Tho unexpected has happened. The strong political combination which has ruled Lako View for years nits been burst asunder. Tho Boldon-week-Pease combination Is no more Iho trouble Is said to havo been brought about by tho candidacy of Mr. Boldenweck for County Treas urer nnu yr. 1'case lor coun ty Clerk, it being understood hbat only ono big otllco an bo reasonably expected to go to Lho section whero both reside. Tho jwo quondam friends aro now deadly (enemies and a re-arrangement of nil Lake Vlow political slates is tho result. Tho latest We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

i .I THE OHIOAGO EAOLE.! S(lc Central rotuiiilttrrs. ncrt'CLicAN. Hefetqaartcrtf-Chlcaito. Uialrnian-.l. H. clatk. Hecretary-T. X. Jaroleson. TrtMnrtr-K. o. Keith. At l.arite-KilwaM II. Morris, Chicago! Houston 8 nTetou, Decatur. District. 1.. i T. i . Jamleon, Chicago .James I,. Monagban, Chicago James 11. Hurke, Chicago .lamed Posse, Chicago a a 4 B 6 7 8 9 Ill 11 3 a .$::::: ie u i i i ip. r rnzier. Anrurn Geo. 8. llouer, llocktord .. ..........v. . . v,..v riciiiUH i Thos. C. Ktillcrton, Ottawa f V utler, Merlins J. ii. nuson. mcaman I.C. Kdwards, 1'eorlft , W. II. Mainline, Macomb , A. I. Orout. Winchester ....Lincoln Dubois, Hprlnglteld ..... ....W. F. Calhoun. Decatur James II. Clark. Mattoon A. II. Joiic, Hoblnson D. M. Clark. Vandalla ....I. II. MceMck. Kast St. l.ouls James 8. Martin. Halcm W. C.8. Ilhea, Marlon DEMOCRATIC. Headquarters-Chicago. Chairman Deloa I. I'helus. Hecieiary Theo. Nelson. Treaaurer-W. H. Ilrtnton. At Large-Deloa P. I'heljus, Monmouth: Hamel 11. Chas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

Wu THE OHIOAOO EOLE. -t li fe -a i L Jllflll !I Pllllll UJ. M Superior Court Judges. JOS. E. GARY, Chief Justice. JONAS HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. SHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOOOIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE GEORGE F. BLANKE. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. K. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. O. H. HORTON. AlfUEL P. MoCONNELL. A. N. WATERMAN. It, 8. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. It W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER '--EDMUND W. BURKE. THOMAS G. WINDES. EBRIDGE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. JOHIN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. A FRANK J. GAULTER. Clerk. County Court. JUDGE FRANK SCALES CLERK HENRY WULFF Probate Court. JUDGE C. CKOHLSAAT CLERK ROGER C.SULLIVAN BHERIFF JAMES H. GILBERT STATE'S ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN IMS MEMBERS OP TOE BAR MATTHEW P. BRADY, 1203 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. T.f.PHON MAIM MOT. DAVID SULLIVAN, A.T LA.W. 87 Washington Street, uit4io.. united i nnTn a fin fjtata Uxptei llulldlng. UUIUAUUi M. J. DUNNE. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

THEOHlfoAGO EAQLE. Qtljc Chicago (ffagle V7BLUXXO XVXmT ATTODAY -iTHENRY F. DONOVAN. 4a Independent Political Newspaper? Feerleee end Truthful. UBSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. address all communication to HENIIY V. DONOVAN, Editor Mid Proprietor, Ill Fifth Avenue. festered at the Pottoffice at Chicago, 111, ae second-cities matter. mp Mon in He city and county of any paper MAYOR HOPKINS' ADMINISTRATION AND THE CAMPAIGN. The spring campaign has now been fairly launched by tho Democrats, whose leaders are tlrst In the Held, their organization complete and their ranks dressed ready for the fray. Although tho offices to bo tilled at the election which Is now upon, us arc, comparatively speaking, In one sense at least, of minor Importance, yet tho Importance of tho election as a whole and tho necessity of victory for tho democratic party cannot bo overestimated. The morale of tho party In the tremendous fall campaign, which will almost immediately succeed tho spring election, will be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

THE CHICAGO E .A. Q-I-i 3 . '4 hi r m A YOUNO LAWYER'S STRATAGEM It Might llnvp Worked lint for nn t'nef, ppctpil Incident, t The following story Is told o.f Timothy Collin, who was for n long tlmo 'Judge of Wio New Hertford District, says tho iloston Herald: ,' When u very young man ho was , retained in a caso of sufflclcnt importance to bring out almost every resident of tho town, so that tho little New Bedford court-room was packed when court opened that morning. Collin had been secured as counsol by tho defendant Although it'washls first attempt in open court, he had made little or no preparation, thinking that ho could get through somehow or other when tho tliuo came. Thus, when the counsel for tho defendant camo into court that morning ho was greatly surprised and no less agitated to see tho big crowd and realizo tho wldo public interest In the trial at hand. Ho saw that he had looked upon tho case too lightly. Tho prosecution was strong, and ho had made not even a slight prep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

THBOHIOAaO ESA.OrjES. FOR THE EAGLE. A Collation of News from All Over the World. A Fait if Pi4ltl.il, Cwmrcltl ail a m ItttlMffMt, TlMFHCMl Slftttf fir Euli RilNrt. , Gloucester In Mourning. The people of Gloucester, Mast, are Mourning the Iom of fourteen sturdy Ash ermen si ho tailed away Id the schooner Henrietta last November for the nshloR ben It of Newfoundland, end for fourolh re who threw the net end lino from the deck of the schooner Iteiolute before they were swallowed up by the tea. Reports of the two disasters reached Gloucester Wednesday morning and plunged the fa nous old Ashing town Into tho gloom of tnourntng. All day the bells were tolling, and In many homes there was walling for lost husbands and sons. As Is the custom with the simple Usher, folk of Cape Ann, the los of ship or Its crew It nmde the occasion of universal lamentation and memorial meet Ings were held In the churches. The first nd most appalling disaster was tho loss of the Henrietta, which left Glouce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

r THE OUIOA.O-0 EAQIjE. fa I z k fc w V i. .- fj "KsMBMHs" fe:l.iai3l Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seneco. SENECO cnicacro,, P. EMLB1MA. I F.EUm&CO, Real Estate. 113 Wit Dlvtiin Street, JAU OMUL a CO, General Contractors , ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF WORK. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO. TAXES ARE NOW DUE! The State, County, Town, City, Drainage and South Park Taxes for the Year 1893 re now due end payable at my office, Northwest Corner Monroe Street and Mlohlgan Avenuer By paying your taxes to the TOWN COLLECTOR It la a direct benefit to you, as TWO PER CENT, ot all suoh collections goes Into the Town Treasury, to be used solely for Town Expenses. S. C. MILLER, Collector Town of South Chicago. QPP1CI.-N. W. Cor. Monro St. Michigan Av. TAXES ARE NOW DUE! The State, County, Town, City, Drainage and Lincoln Park Taxes for the Year 1893 are now due and payable at my office, No. 269 NORTH CLARK STREET. By paying your taxes to the T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

THE CHICAGO EAGLE, REAL CRUSOE ISLAND. JUAN FERNANDEZ IS WHERE SELKIRK LIVED. "the Assumption that He l'mtcit 111 Wmr.f Ycnrt of i:llc on Tnbngu ltml In the Wott Imllca Is I'liwNrrnntrtl-The Cc Whr. lie Shrtlrrnt llliutrlf. TnWet to HU Memory. Upon J ii.ui remuidcz, or Mas:iTcrni, a rook-bound, sea-nlrt island la the l'aclilc Ocean, may tliu name of Itobinson Crusoe's Island bo fairly bestowed. For hero did that hardy buccaneer, Alexander Selkirk, of .! : j a . ?''UfTV itzz v,; ,1 r.tk-it -j a, ,? V 4 T ir Cfrl anion's lonely lookout. Largo, Scotland, spend moro than four dreary years, thereby suggesting to Defoe his Immottal narrative. It must be remembered, however, that other spots upon the earth's surface lay claim to ltoblnson Crusoe, too. Thus Tobago, In the West Indies, Is held to be tho true Crusoe's Isle, and during tho last colonial and Indian exhibition held In London there was sent as an exhibit from little Tobago a skull actually purporting to bo that of ltoblnson Cruro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

THE OHIOAOO EAGLE, '.i r A T i ' I . it;. i ?AA ALD. J. A. Ono of tho most active members of the Council Is Alderman Bartlnc, of tho Thirty-fourth Ward, who, though a stoat llepubllcan, docs not bcllovo In drawing party lines too tightly In municipal affairs where tho interests of the city should be tho paramount consideration. As a result, ho en joys wide popularity and also an In creased sphero of utility. Reside being Chairman on Local Assess ments Mr. Ilartlno Is a member of a number of committees, including those of Wharves and Public Grounds and of Streets and Alloys South. In all of thoso ho takes an active part As Alderman ho has been absent from his chair but twice, and as a committeeman he has boon equally nttcntlvo to his duties. In fact, his heart is in his work, and his record for tho past two jcars Is one of solid achievements. He has Introduced no fower than 250 bills, many of which havo passed. To his untiring efforts tho city Is largely indebted for that great work ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

THE OHICAQO E3 A. O-L EJ The F. SctaoenHolen Brewing Co. SalvatorT HOFBHAU. io -k-m lllt U'VIUU r.M'iiiti i-iirfiUiT mss MY ?T ""'"""" MMAMmmtatMMMMtmMKBAMmWtBmWmmmummMmU J tmMrtSllLlAJAlA iiM.tt. mint iijjPMtVAft)la Corner Canalport Avenue and Eighteenth St, Chicago. TELEPHONE CANAL 9. J. A. BARTINE, Prop. Open Bay and Night, "THE PUCK" Restaurant and Buffet. Management and Appurtenances Entirely New. Newly Fitted Throughout Private Dining Rooms for Ladies and Small Parties. N. E. Cor. Randolph and Dearborn Sts., UNDER REAL ESTATE BUILDING. LAKE VIEW HEADQUARTERS! FRANK A. BAER, Sample Room. 1341 North Clark St., corner Dewey Ct. Hotel "Pilsen. RESTAURANT AND BUFFET. 99 FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AOENT J. H. OntUr Old nenetre, mi .oo J. H. Cntttr Pure Old Rye, 1876 4.00 J. H. Cotter Dontbon, 1877 s.m W. H. ItoBrayer Old Dontbon (.00 Sprint Hill Old Bourbon S.ou Andenon Old Dontbon. 1.00 Old Crow Old Doarbon 8.00 Irlih Whisky, John Jtmleion 1.00 Bcoteh Whliky, Andrew Usher Bpeclt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

rn't- THE OHIOAQO E! .A. Gr I-i E3 . 11 I . h u UsSBswSEIilPsl A. VMMiknr:Xr Lv3BBBBBBBSBr seSJVJBswJfv sii i.r- s xx jiwPiiiiBi Vast? .js-.F' iZRajJ su.' REWERYCO. PPPChicaooJa. BKEWEI OF THE IEST MALT AM CMKE NfMTEl MR Vtteyhea WMt 1M. StM In Ks ami ftottloo, 4UOTSTA PAUUMA August Maritzen, Meet anH EniM for Braiers am Maltstera Oflce, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 40, 48, No. 177 La Salic St, Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1633, American Brewing Co. HorthishUnd Irenae, Hortblshlul irenae, BRKWBR8 OP THB COLUMBIA MINNEHAHA Brands of Lager Beer. TiLtMOMi mm. 1 FECKER BREWING CI 871 to 897 Dudley Street, finer BkwalnNftl Rotd, CHICAGO, ILL. BREWERS OF "CHICAGO BRATJ." "GARDEN OITY BRAIL" POCAHONTAS. IB l (.V-. ' "mL' W ERNST FORK'S OE3IjEiBR.ATE2D WEISS BEER! i mOBABI. BRAKD, Pratt. YIMOU. M. BBAND, Tto irt. MO BBMIT. fttwr. RUDOLFS BRAND, Nil STVTF.S Sin II. Rain Office, 684 to 706 Sedgwick St, Chicigi. BREWERIES : MICHAEL BRAND, BARTHOLOMAE LEICHT, Or. Elittn Av. art tntw I!. M4 to 70t SWawIek SI. ER...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 March 1894

THE OHIOAO-O E -A. O-Hi E3 HARTLEY For 17 Years it 309 Malison St., Successor to BRAND, fMm 210 anfl 212 WaDash Av, Free Factory Situs flfl I I r.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrBBBBBaBBBk ' BBBBeBBBa!BBBwBVHflPBHLPV j MY OLD PATRON will recognlte the above picture. Amtlwlub toaittltetbem that I hare purchased DUAND'8 MAOX1KI. CKNT STUDIO, 510 ami 313 Wabash Av., where I will continue to make tlicfltict CA1I1KKT8 for $2.00 per iloita that raau can proJuc. PERWIMEHT LIFE-SIZE CRAYONS WithOne Dozen Cabinets, We think we hare the flncnt anil moat complete Photographic Studio In America, and cordially invite Innpc tlon. It you have n lelinrc hoar yon cannot rtml It more enjoyably than In looking throuuh our btudlo, where you are always welcome. Open ev,ry day. Inclndlnit Sunday. Wo have the beat and moat complete aiortruent of LKN8E8 that money can purchase, the very beat and n!irhet-prlccd Artlut obtainable, and we uie nothlnir In our production but the very beat material. Cabin U from 400,000 of llra...

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