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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 October 1895

" , ' ', "- , - 'ji-.f-Kiyf fggg-jrrg.-.rrPiyr', X tf " "Y-f- V ' "' nv rfr ?- t- ,Hl- -! THE OHIOAQO E .A. O-Ii J v .: ft. Iv k IV m p. P' SV ft. SV I r ' DINED WITH THE GOVERNOR. Mark Twain' Btorjr of the Old Bait Who Knew Governor Hnaticlt. Mark Twain told a capital atorjr capitally the other day, which he said hod never been In print, but which deserves to bo If for no other reason than to allow It to fall Into the hands of tho sclf-appolntcd managers of the embryo (residential boom of Its hero. It was on the ship coming homo from Europe at the entertainment given In aid of poor sailors that Mr. Clemens recalled the tale In re-pouso to tho encore demanded after he read a selection from his own writings. Naturally he turned to the sea and scafotk for Inspiration. This was the story, robbed perforce of all the inlmltablo features of tho telling peculiar to Mark Twain In his happiest mood, when tho words drawl their slow length along, fairly floating In their humor, which Is freque...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 October 1895

iT Tw-y II 11111 ' "" --'" I -l. MM. .M -. r ,m Hrf. ' 'r - " rr-T-W-V t-ff- r-T-i (.-tw !. r-fc-4-THE OHIOAQO EAOLS. 1. BOUND TO BE MARRIED. Romnnttc Incident of the YHImrstone wlili a Hii:m Terminal Ion. A rather rotnunttc elopement took place tiearlj i week njro tfiom l'utaillso nlkv, the detuIN of whleli were related to a Stnmhml vorretpomlent by a rancher from up the Yellowstone. The parties lmvitij: two souls with but n single thought, two hearts ttiat beat as one, are Ollle Lambert, the pretty little 13-year-ohl ilnucuter of n prosperous rancher residing on Deep creek, anil Jack l'crrcl, a tlnslihiR yomiR tiller of the soil, who owns a ranch on this side of the Yellowstone, some six or seven miles from the chlUIUooil home of his youthful sw cuheart. Now, Jack Is ten years older Uiau the sirl with whom he became enamored, but he Is not to blame for this. He fell madly In loTe with the plrl and determined to make her his wife despite the opposition of her parents. Miss Lambert ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 October 1895

b' V it" i , A ' Wi I .1 ,r r I' &! -i. tf?".g -I c 4VMAAiMAArtJ I szr- i . -- IWHV A? fT I ' DRIVING FROM THE BACK SEAL D HIVING a horao Is one of taoss alnipto processes, like sailing a boat, which anyone can mooter without previous experience. Ererybody knows that thcro Is nothing dial call obout It, and those that hare nerer 4oas It aro perfectly awnro of their ability to do It, If they choose. But "driving from tho bock sett" Is autto a different thing; that Is a grave aatf serious alTnlr, an undertaking of tragic Intensity. Thero Is not one moBent of cnlin, peaceful enjoyment for thoso so employed. Kvcry clrcumstanco and Incident to them Is vital and momentous; encb turn In tho road bids fair to bo a certain pathway to destruction; tvery signboard is a false, deceitful sore set to mislead them, while each movement of the horse Is but an Index of vicious propensities about to be revealed. In fact, this method of driving Is not only physically exhausting, but mentall...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 October 1895

W ",VB lO THE OHIOAOO EAGLiB. B. GARCIA & CO.'S NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. SAM H. HARRIS. General Apt 0. S., 311 and 312 Ashland Block. i Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., Drug Fixturo Show Cases. lit Store Fixtures. Wall Cases. Office Fixtures. Bank ntfits. WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. FOllMEULY VAKNELL'S. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURG, Q03 XfdAstllo St., ... Olxloaso. VAL. WAGNER. JNO. H. HAUSCHILD. The Chicago. WAONGR & HAUCHILD. Props. Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Clark and Washington Sts., opp. Court House. SALOON FIXTURES. R. X. McARTHUR, MAMOKU. Office Desks and Chairs. Telephone Main 2635. 195 Randolph Street. Offce and Factory, 87, 69, 61, 63 Illinois St., CORNER MARKET ST. TELEPHONE NORTH 218. JOHN A. ROGERS Dealer In Wet Groceries. -: ImpM GooQs a 341 and 343 WEST MADISON STREET, Corn ( MAY STREET. I. Salvator! Ai Jcsb1S . "S" ., ' A BAVARIAN BEER. Brewed o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 October 1895

t ty"" rf- rTVVt rnWitr-p-w;' '' . THE CHIOAGO EAGLE. 11 I 11 1 B ir rb. 3 s- SBBBBBBBBBkBaaViaSBBBBniBBBB K2mmmmimmfjUwmFMmmwm mi mmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmM mrmmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBS'' .BBBBSBBBBBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB'BSBBBaBBBiiflBBBBB&J' 1S;MPaBBBSE.V i !. Ui-5-I'.TW" 'ikulV t Tir .JEW.c-E7- iVIPimH at BffiWEI IF THE IEST MALT AM Sottf In Kss anal VtlsBkeaa Wsat 1M. A. MARITZEN CO., iNcorr:r - Architects Engineers FOE Brewers, Maltsters and Distillers. 1 77 La Salle St. ('Phone 1 633 Main.) JOHN 8. COOKE, Pros, and Tress. CHARLES F. COOKE, Sec. COOKEBrewing Company. 27th Street and Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, U8.A, BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OP Ml HO COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. This Beer was awarded the QOLD MEDAL, together with seven of the HIGHEST AWARDS, which the Cooke Brewing Co. received at World's Columbian Exposition, held at Chicago, III., A. D. 1893. The Medals and Awards vrere received on the strength of the Chemical Analysis made by the United States Government Che...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 October 1895

FTTrTTTF? -tfhj5 &s&wmmrg,wjbi!?ifi$ XI' trr" THE OHIOAOO SULO-HiSS. MOVE m FACTORY 3X?0 fc ,v k t" if' ( u tey, 3J-33 -35 37 a ClARK ST COR LAKF ST. mm KIK CLOTtWt! wiluam:r.:kb-r. riohard h. kerr. Members Chicago Real Estate Board. William R. Kerr U Co. Suite 401, Title and Trust Building, 100 Washington Street, Chicago. Real Estate, Loans, Rents. Telephone Mu I n lOOl. DO YOU WANT A HOME That ysu can pay fer In Small Monthly Payments, aama as rant? If at, all tad consult my taleemea. Ther will gtre you prices and terms. Yon don't kaow hew tMf It u to owb your homo. TheueantJa af Lets to ehoese from, located in oil parts of tat olty Mi turraaadlaf aabatba. Following ox com of my numerous nbdlrUlou: GROSSDALE Daflrtin Part GROSS PARK (Part M minutes' rid out upon the 0., B. and Q. B. It.. It situate on a branch of the Deaplalnee IllTtr, and skirted by a natural foreat. trices of lota tlM and up. Oae-Unta oath, balaaei monthly payments; long time. Adetlghtful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

If?1:'! W-v-'Wr p5$ppSJKn?Pip !,-!: .-w wtV'WlW T"nltmtV-i' 'TT'!''' 1' 'I" " (,f ' INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." 4 VOLUME XIII. FIVE WIN SURE. Tie Democrats Will Elect All of Their Candidates for Oice on Next Tuesday. A Wicked Attack oi Candidate lily Will Fill to IijireTkit gentleman's Caaacei. Messrs. Wenter, Smyth, Kelly, Duffy and Jones Are Certain to Be Winners. The lepibllcaii, el Course, Will Elect Feer Men aid Will Be Sattiled at That. The Prospects Are that the Vote. Will Be Light but Very Strongly Democratic. The Democrats claim thai they will elect their live candidates for Trustee ntid carry the drainage district by at least 10,000 majority. They also claim the election of Mr. Morrison for Judge. Tlio Democratic candidates are nil popular mid able men. ;. All of the. candidates named In thu convention nro well known 1 Chicagoaim and the usual biographical sketches aro superfluous. Judge Khcpnrd Isi one of the most prominent Democrats and Jurists of Cook C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

ill i i M...i.iiiii;,u.j, ..i.fiDKm.ai.),,, i. .,, IV li ''V Jk. Ef'V "S,- iFTsTr, ' '). f' rfHB OHI0A50 1JACLBI. l " I." ft r '. ' fr fv f I U Jules RESTAURANT 119-21 LaSalle St., Next Private Dining Rooms v rUirArr II 2d and 3d floors. "5ft OnlOAvaU, ILl. nphjHpTiENRICi, ...FANCY... BAK EFt Y Delicacies and Restaurant. 108 & 1 10 Randolph St., Half Blk. East of Court Houie. The Monroe n8 and tao Monroe FIRST FLOORS-POPULAR SECOND FLOOR Private Dining Rooms for Theater Parties and Gentlemen's Cafe. Chicago Stock Exchange Handsome! Restaurant in America. WASHINGTON AND Seating Capacity, 400. : Ht St., Cor. Calumet Ave. -The Grand RestaurantsUtoUy respeotable and firsUalaso In all ot lta details. Special at iamtloa paid to families. Located near the Grand boulevard, there Is urn better plaoe for the best class of people to patronize. WILLIAM GILLAM, Proprietor. ...Alio Caterer to Weddings, Banquets and Parties 40 OseeTs Strictly FlnUClett. The Beat that the Market Attorie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

m& t&yffwytt 'Tfr,f '"? ' IT! v f V ", f -f '.l- "' THE OKIOAO-O BAGLE. ftfta3: it- i w J r ft ft: &. m & IV. ' ,-. i!- . . 'M If.. l" . J. fc ',., h:. Cl L y r JMOARY OF COOK COM. Superior Court Judges. JOS. E. GARY, Chief Justice. JONAS HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. SHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES QOQOIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. GEORGE F. BLANKE STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Cleric f Circuit Court Judges. M. l TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. WATERMAN. R S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER. EDMUND W. BURKE THOMAS G. WINDES. ELBRIDGE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. H. HORTON. FRANK J, GAULTER. Clerk CHAS. G. NEELY. County Court. JUDGE ORRIN R. CARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. JUDGE C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK A O. COOPER BHERIFF JAMES PEASE BTATES ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. LEADING MEMBERS OF...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

" fri ' '" 1U"W '' -v - iT. i ' Ji -P-r. " ,YA.J '. rtyiV;,). -----"-- wf ' w- -, ",-,'" ,? ti,iv.t-v ,...';.. ll the; obioaoo es!a.ghl,b3. K V r, V .11 r I 1 " . .".' jBJiJT T-"I , " . , 1. . - ..-.". I n A k ft ,. w ' i t l)ictQ0 $mt JL1SHED HENRY EVERY SATURDAY BT F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newspaper, Faarleis and Truthful. WMCWPTION KATES, $2,96 PER YEAR IttttM AtX COMMVXtCATIOXt TO Y P. DONOVAN. Editor aa Proprietor, 504 Teatonlc BulMIng, K. ror. Wit'tiliiRtitit St. nml llflli Ae. t the Pottofrka at Ohlcace. Illinois. nd-elata matUr. LARGEST 1 IIATH IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The uncle can bo ordered m Chit. Macdounld & Co.'s literary emporium aud book store, .". Washington street, L. II. Jackson's wholesale mid retail elgur store, 105 Washington' street, aud at alt urst-class uews stands throughout the West IMPORTANT NOTICE. Railroad companies aud their managers are hereby warned not to extend courtesies or Issue passes on account of The Eaglo upou the request o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

f'iVST-v. vstjv K TBg OHIOaOO H3A.C3-L ' Milton ami thn Dake of York. Tin? Duke of York, nftenvnrd .In hum It., once visited Milton. Thoy talked tocetlter for oomo time, iititl In the course or their conversation tlip Duke ticked Milton whether he did not think the lot of hi fright wits n Judgment ttKii him for whnt lie limt written ngnliKt Clmrlcs I the Duko' father. Mlttoti'M reply wns to this effect: "If your HlghncM think thnt the calaniltkM which befall us here arc In dlcatloiiit of the wrath of hearen, In what manner nre we to account for the fate of the late kins hlmelf ? The cits pleasure of heaven must, upon this sup position, havo been much greater against him than against me. for I huve only lost my eyes, but he lost his head." Chicago New. 9H Lumber Co. 2MtHlrK! Ui tMlirt III LUMBER Lath anfl S Wbs, BlindLs And MOULDINGS. W hava choiea atook of all kinds Dry Lumbar aapaclally uitabla for CITY TRADI, at tha lowast markat prlcaa. ornox AND YAM), ASHLAND AV. ADD 220 ST., CH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

,.. .Aftr, i rrfJ4ij' , ..gfc,iae wrffrMT milinJiWMiiffti iSBBWSx THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. R $ ;? If r: i ? P I?t? fr .' t JAMES PEASE, 622 Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING S- ' . CALCIHININQ, ETC. Velpl&onea 339 TKLEPHONI, m H a r dSri HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Painting-, Fapcrbanflfitiff and Decorating-. WkelNtli : He. 410 Irtetlui in., cer. Liicela Are. "tfKSKfl.., . MESIEtKE, mistst. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO., flumtiBrs, Gasfitters, Sever Bnilflers. 09 OI-iTrTBOTJUlV ATE Talaphona North 040. ffUIW i a. Kwa KING & HYLAND, Plumbers nd Casf itters DIALERS IN THE CELEBRATED CLEVELAND BEER PUMPS AND FAUCETS Manufactured by Thb Buuor a Babcock Co., at Cleveland, O. 213 Cast Washington 8t.f Tatogthant) Main eoso. . Chicago, xutj. JOHN F. ALLES PLUMBING CO 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, Near W.biUr Avenue and Larrabee Street. Gas. Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side. , TELEPHONE N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

JXph'W --k T f nif( v "-ij? 1 THE OHIOAOOBAaLiB3 -.? fffff TJ0J5 0? THE PA ST. Sometimes the troubled tide of nil the past Upon my spirit's trembllnp strand Is rolled; Tears never mine ages an hundredfold, With nil the weight those ages have amassed Of human grief nnd wrong, are on me cast Within one sorcerous moment I grow old, And blnnch as one who scarce his way can held, Upon a verge that takes some flood-tide vast. Then comes relief through some dear common thing: The voices of the children at their play; The v'ud-wave through bright meadown, moving fast; The blue-bird's skyward cull, on hnppy Wlngi 80 the sweet present renssumes her sway; 60 lapse the surges of the monstrous past. Edith M. Thomas.in the Century. IT lOfttLBB. I've always had my theories as regards one's action In au emergency, There arc tome scenes I liuve thought over, n sort of mental rehearsal, again and again, and I do not believe my well-trained wits could desert mc, whatever the opinion of brother Jack ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

AjJg-l.r , ' .V . .1., .-.-; n.-.-; ,,, ''?!?. '!i:'-!tSPmvmH WMWM TUB OHIOAQO BAGLES. ;fc IV rfe 1 K" R It fc fc. & I 0 . f U . MOVING A FACTORY. TrMMrU4 400 Feet While It Machinery Warkarf On. Moving it ttlKMoot ttireo-storjr factory building a distance of nearly 400 feet without Interruption to the work in the structure Is a feat that lias been accomplished rocentljr In Jamaica l'lalu, near Boston. It's one thing to pick up a ono or two story frame shanty from a 20x50 foot lot and transfer it Intact to another piece of land; that is done nearly very week In this city, but the Hoson experiment Is another thing, and remarkable. Some of the machines which kept on running during the removal weighed tons. A three-story stone dwelling house In Brooklyn was moved 50 feet a few months ago without cracking the plaster on the walls, and metropolis tan builders thought then that tho performance would, not be equated for a generation. But before that job was finished tho Boston f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

PJ5" p1"'sr'r'' " 1 V-MVF. '1-1-THE OBIOAGO B3A.OH.iH3 - x A.iriY i i r ni THE PAUPER PUMPKIN j POLLY was a little pauper. That means llfo In a poorhouse, with Its bare rooms, coarse food and coarser company. Granny Smith was the very oldest pauper. She had loved and looked after Polly over slnro she was found, a tiny baby In a basket, on tho poorhouse steps. When Granny died, 8-year-old Polly felt very lonely. All that Polly knew, Granny Smith had taught her. Sho was charged to keep her face and hands clean, not to steal or toll a He, and never to marry a man who drnnk. So you sco Polly had wlso counsel; and, better still, sho meant to heed It. Thero were plenty of children at the poorhouse, but Polly did not seek their company. They called her "stuck-up" And "queer" when sho refused to join in leasing the "limy" Inmates, which made sport for tho others. Yes, Polly was queer, or why did sho sometimes push her cup of milk over to Silly Sam, who was always spilling his? Mr. Norton, t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

T-rTMr'"'ftr- ?-oj, - 1 ' n -vevfl' nt tj- "nr"if .g2 A- V XO THE OHIOAOO E3A.GHL,ES. B. GARCIA & CO.'S NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. SIM H. HARRIS, Geml Agent D. I 311 and 312 Ashland Block. Drug Fixtures. Store Fixtures. Office Fixtures. Show Cases. Wail Cases. Bank Outfits. SALOON FIXTURES. R. X. McARTHUR, Salvator! A M.lXAOl'.n. Office Desks and Chairs. Telephone Main 2635. 195 Randolph Street. ? fm ar " H I I n r .rt urn ir i , ij '. ft II. h f I 5 I . Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., WINES, LIQUORS If CIGARS. F01aiJf3Zljlt" VARNELL'S. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. the Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Alonosram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURQ, QOG SLiEfcSJdllo Gt.( ... Oliloati VAL. WACKZR. JNO. H. HAU8CHILD. The Chicago. WAGNER & HAUCHILD, Pi ops. Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Clark and Washington Sts., opp. Court House. M. P. DOHNBY. Bmnard Reynolds. DOHHET & REYNOLDS, -Doalora in- Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 2317 WABASH A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

&m 9iiiS5S&j!iHfa $ H'WV'l ' THE CHICAGO HJA-O-TLiE!. 11 American Brewing Co. TILfMSNI 7SB. JOHN A ORB, PRESIDENT. WILLIAM LEONER, vttGPficST.fcTPCAO. WILLIAM H.REHM, SCCPCTARV. 0 Jl5S7nREWLRr l bet MjmmSw r. " " .SPBBMV A fy ljTmmKrixm2BBBmumrzz: -miMfflmizxwMik 'mKmmmmmmmmi wmwMMSmb. msmLmwmmmmmm &mm mMHrciHHHHBf w REL3 rsi -. -, i ST Side i Brewery (a Export eefv, Cor. Augusta&Paulina Sts. f HICAGO. lip -JPu AJF r -yro aj1 TELEPHONE WEST 129. U. S. A A PORTABLE DERRICK. MR It Mil)- Ho Heartily Moved from l'lnco to l'lnco and Hpecdily Krcctcd. Tliu ripirlclc shown In tlio engraving U IcHlgnt'd to be readily moved from place to plnco anil erected with facility and lo automatically HWlng Hh loadcarrying arm to deposit the load and automatically return the arm to normal poMltloii for engagement with another load. It Ih capeclnlly adapted for Iin lulling forkfuls of liny nnd straw In forming Htackn. Figure 1 shown the device In iiernpeet...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 November 1895

. i.-iU Tmr TiiTTI i ! fl i ji 1' f IT "i "I i l i ijiTTi mi i I il (ip 111. iimi'P)i.W iMl In i ,-a-xi-' 'r"-i5,v-w "jJ'Vf '';' wmasssK k -i '. . -rtfl THE OHIOAOO EAGLHS, MOVE m FACTORY 3 V O ( i i ; ; -. 1 mtep 31-33-3537 aClARKST. CORlAKf ST. HUGO' CLOTIR! CHICAGO HEIGHTS, Where you will have tho combined advantages of thirty-eight railroads (with shipping facilities unexcelled in America cheap fuel, free water, free switching facilities, free factory sites, electric light, electric power, an abundance of raw material, and Chicago freight rates to and from all points. Three switch engines are kept constantly on hand for the pur pose of serving the industries. Again, and greatest of all, Chicago Heights is the center of population, and It is the largest railway and distributing point In America. During the past two years twenty-two manufactories have moved to Chicago Heights, and many others are negotiating with us for locations. We own 4,000 acres of land at this place, and have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 9 November 1895

vt j -.KfT rf" ' ssf &?- irr'iim i if .ifw' - !-i 5 'J B3Vlnft I f, PPJeS55s5ipp?5f!W me .1111 . I I II I (?fi?inKSBf 1l1 bI III v h t t I ' f V s VOLUME XIII. GOVERM ATOM FACTS. The Chief Executive of Illinois Tells How the Democratic Party Has Broken Faith. When It Has Ceased to Be the Party of the Hard-working People, It Has Been Rebuked by the Honeit Voters and Smitten Hip and Thigh. A staff correspondent of (ho Chicago Tribune telegraphs from Sprlngtlcld: Gov. Altgeld lays upon the treachery of tlio administration ami the "gold bug" wing of the party the blnmo for the Democratic Waterloo. When nuked what lie had to way about thu election he said: "Oh, nothing," he answered, with n broad smile. "It Is not our place to talk. We have Just been laid out, and yon know that !u polite Hoctcty It lit regarded as bad form for n eorpso to Indulge In much back talk while the wake Ih In progress," and the Governor toughed at hi own grim hturior. "How will thin effect the silver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 9 November 1895

a"- cWtinfi',irt,-ititiKtW,ni !," ni i ftliiil ii'.toalWi.K-aii ','' THE OHIOjOO EAGLE, rfyt i it m r. K i v Jules RESTAURANT 119-21 LaSalle St., Next "SSXSSftESS" Pjp HENRICI, ...FANCY... BAKERY Delicacies and Restaurant. 108 & 110 Randolph St., Half Blk. East of Court House. TAe Monroe n8 and iao Monro. FIRST FLOORPOPULAR SECOND FLOOR Private Dialog Room tor Theater Parties and Gentlemen's Cafe. ta4AAAAAAAAAArtAMVVWWVVMVMWM Chicago Stock Exchange Mtaurant In America. WASHINGTON AND Capacity, 400. : apti St., Cor. Calumet A v. -The Grand Restaurants atlr reepeotable and 1 lraUclase aaUaa paid to xamlllee, Located near the Orand bouleTard, thera it) tarn battee ylaoe tor the beat olaee of people to patronize. WILLIAM GILLAM, Proprietor. .Also Caterer to Weddings, Banquets and Parties. Strictly Plnt-ClatM. Tot But that the Market Attorit to Fcuadoa the Tabha at All Timet. aeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee i THE, "Colonel's Inn" Is the latest first-clas...

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