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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

mir'777 ?TM fT" W ?) If ' '' i ' v irii' ' MWPr'l'it''!'i'''-'",''ntr''''T JfMrti THE OHIOlOO EAGLE p.jb- j - m i i- ' '!' ibbb. sag f v, I 'A 1, f I ?,L ! .'A M' .1 :ir r JUDICIARY OF COOK COM. Superior Court Judges. fOS. E. GARY, Chief JtMtioe. JONAB HUTOHINBON. HENRY M, SHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES OOQQIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE GEORGE F. BLANKS STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Cleric Circuit Court Judges. M. F. 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. UADnra imui or m iajl iNNNj JHESIUKI. I at Lai. Mini iMitDMmb ntiTD.OMaua. .! MA. If O'Donnell & Coghlan Notary FnMlo. T.l. Oakland ltt B. W. H0TJILIN6. Mice of the Peace 3W0 STATE STREET. Ekoliwood Orrtct, Mil Wtntworth Anna. BB4IDBKCB, 140 Nth BtfMt. ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

.-.A'mAii, ,-,,,, JRS"54"rv-- "JSA'if fj-'W yMivJ.'.iji-iir'tiwwW'tMiwWH! -T. fij.i iMm I'XlOuc HwAlMtoliDiwHr THE OHIOAQO Hi JL O-2Li S3 . ii& ;1 v 4 K ? be Cljicaflo 6nole, PUljJiHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. km Independent Political Newspaper, Faarlese and Truthful. MMCtJPTION RATES, S2.M PER YEAR s. v. immn aix eoimvuteATion te Y t. BONOVAN. MterartFretrietor, 504 Teutonic flulldisg, cor. Wmlilimtmi 91. nntt Fifth Ave. I at tha PottcWca at Ohlcam. IlllnoU. m aaaaiM-eiaei mnr. m In thl neck of tlu wood. If there are any old snlllor-. win have been unable tiy reason of civil service rules to lltul employment among tlie thousand who feed at the public crib, tliey e.tn now lie taken care of some place along the drainage ennui. If there tire Grand Army veteran out of u Job any place they can lie inaile drainage e.tnnl police- men: If there are Republican brlcK or other elne anil kinds of hewer iunoiiir tone masons or hml carrier, of wood and hauler of water, who have not f...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

jr &krmr&im0$i&fj?i TSTviiW?? t xur "T$t " ,- J.7. ,v "f ("?-' ' T ' '!" V THE OHI C0 E .A. O-31, ES . i Sir. Hlnnl'ont's .lend. Tliu Jewels wli.cli It U ruportuil Mrs. Stanford, widow of tliu California Sen ator, InlentN lo sell for tliu liencllt of Lcliiml Stanford, Jr., fiilveilty nn valiiuil, nci-orilliiR to Han I'imiiuIhuo patters, at over $2,1)00,000. Anioiijr tlu complete ol of Jewel, each coniils lug a tiara, or necklace, iieinlant ear rhiKS, bracelet, brooch and fltiKcr rliiKs, is one ct of yellow illainotuN, another of pink and another of blttu dlainondH, while there are some genuine black dia monds In the collection ami n number of beautiful ruble"), sapphires and em ornUR Some of the Jewels once be longed to the Duke of UrtmiwIck'M famous collection. There nro over sixty diamond linger rings In Mrs. Stanford's Jewel bos. m m Lumber Co. ItoutMturen ant tutors In LUMBER Lath anil SMnsIes, Blixicis And MOULDINC8. Wa hava a cholca atock of all kinds Dry Lumbar, a...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

o ff-j4 " -f r qrt. r- t,wf i-n t-'TT 5 V?y 77f,jS' 7T THE OHIOAOQ ESjAlOIjHS. I . JAMES PEASE, 6aa Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING CALCIillNINQ, ETC. Vlpl&on9 339 TELEPHONE, HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Fainting, PapcvhnnginB: and Decorating. Wkolesile: No. 410 Gracelui Ate., cor. Liicoli Ate. TEEkp.Hv?.NwEioo. 9. REDIESKE, Prcttdtnt. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO.. Plnmbers, Gasfllters, Sewtr BdiIiIhis 09 CISY&OTJXllX .AJVE., Telephone North 040. . CHICACO. A. KINO. KING & HYLAND, Plumbers and Casf itters DEALERS IN THE CELEBRATED CLEVELAND BEEB PUMPS AND FAUCETS Manufactured by TH Bishop ft Babcock Co., at Cleveland, O. 2 13 East Washington 8t., Telephone Main BOSS. Chicago, xxl.. JOHN F. ALLES PLIISE CO., 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, Nsar Wsbstsr Avenus and Larrsbts Slrstt. Gas. Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side. TELEPHONE NORTH 708. JOHN H. SULLIVAN. PLUMBER and GAS FITTEB, 328 E. Divisio...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

s-ii.-'iiJ.vW' -' yppaynv3 ""TB.l-jrtKantT?'r ?S(WrMl y f-WfiBt-' 1 THE OHIOAOO E .A. O-3Li B3 v .. r H I' Ml. I' I" n. m Tl.e ong we never Mitifr, The pine-treed nlb in chorni; The ey eur eye nitut shun Oar Lnrta keep at 111 before us She roue wo gntherei not liloomoln tlioRO.il forever, And IiiumIa ne'er joined In life Dentil linn no power to never. Llllft Cnbol 1'crry, in tbe Century. mQHTHNH BILL. It was evident tlmt fotncttilng of uncom. Bon Interest lmcl been nrrntmcil for the meeting tlmt evening nt the lienilquarlcrs of the Snlvntlon Army In Sun Francisco. Throughout the largo ntlciiilln? crowd tlio uplrlt of expectancy moved uneasily, but with mulllcd wings; lu energy stirred not only by divers vngrnnt rumors on the street, but nlso by many (lowers and foil, age plants which hampered llio utaso. After some preliminary religious excr clfej conducted by the brigadier, a man with b clean face, n clear eye and n coax ing voice, that gentleman mads the follow Ing speccli i "You ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

'tTT f""- jn.-n' . THE OHIOAOO EjOLE. LILLIPUTIAN OXCN. .-,, v, -i-qr-nwriup'fifyt-jT? wn. i.xVH-miji'ti "";' "l SIiiFWjB,WSakT,"Ts-t iviur Last Than Thirty tnehaa In HalaM. Ono o( t tic greatest curiosities among the domestic nnlmuls of Cey lon Is a breed ot cattlo known to the zoologists as the "snored running oxen." They are the dwarfs of tho whole ox family, tho largost sped mens of the species r.over exceeding thirty Inches, or two and a half feet, In height. Ono sent to tho Marquis of Canterbury In tho year I8l'l,und which Is still living and bellered to bo somewhere near ton years of ago, Is only twenty-two Inches high and weighs but lOl'J pounds. In Ceylon thoy are used for making quick trips across the country with express mat ter and othor light loads, and it is said that four of them can pull a driver of a two-wheeled cart and a V!00 pound load ot miscellaneous mat ter sixty to seventy miles n day. They keep up a constant swinging trot or run, and havo been known to trave...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

y?r?-.f rfpiV?irftirfr , yrtM-j v ffiFff, i car rfgpr'Tl THE. OHIOAQO EJjflLOJLiE. AN OLD 8TORY. A maid and a mermaid sat on the beach As the day was turning to night, Aid paid pretty compliment! each to each, Aa tho rulea of pot I to society tench, Tho' each thought tho other a fright. iI do so admlro your lovely hair," Bald tho maid with a amllo most sweet, "I'm sure it must bo your fondest care, Iff soft and It falls right down well, there I almost said to your feet." "Oh I do not distress yourself, I pray," The mermaid nt onco replied, "I'm not the least bit sensitive; they I mean your feet aren't they In your way?" And tho mermaid laughed nstdo. The maid sprang up and her eyes were bright, She was dressed In a gown from Franco. "Oh, Isn't tho ocean dlvlno to-night? And tho waves, oh, aren't they feathery light! My Don't you Just long for a danco?" And the ocean Jeered nt tho maid ashore, While the mermaids downward flung, And the moon camo up (as it has before) And said : "Dear...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

WTSS? " '-w. V- - iO THE OHIOAOO HJ jftLC3-LiE3. Ts i-w -yin . p,..- , JSgjHW-'W' i''t.nritnrl-ifiunt 'r$imij5$KFi&ir!f'ntf Opw,S!g'jr! fl5tf B. GARCIA & CO.'S NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. SAM H. HARRIS, General Agent I S., 311 and 312 Ashland Block. Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St, MS, LIQUORS Id CIGARS. IPO ISTftXISrc JLV V VVXTiVIi: ULJ S. Drug Fixtures. Show Cases. Store Fixtures. Wall Cases. Office Fixtures. Bank ntfiti. Salvator T SALOON FIXTURES. R. X. McARTHUR, M MA?A.a:iit. vJ Office Desks and Chairs. . 1' Telophone Main 2635. 195 Randolph Street. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer, S. W. RIDERBURG, COO ZLar2.Sa.ll0 St. ... 02xlon,s VAL. WACKER. JNO. K. HAUSCHILD. The Chicago. WAONGR & HAUiCMILD, Pjops. Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Clark and Washington Sts., opp. Court House. M. F. Oohncy. Bernard Reynolds. DOHBEY & HEY1LDS, -Dealers in- Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 2317 WABASH AVENUE....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

,.-s ' i - - w?',1"'-"!? VjS"! tjfv "!(' ""T'"A)CVT'R""V'W,W'V?' f Vw THE OHIOAQO E3 .A. OIL, El. 11 American Brewing Co. Tn.tPNm mm. JOHN A ORB, pnteioeNr. WILLIAM LEONEB, viccpbmt.HTHCAS. WILLIAM H.REHM, mcrcta. ! I ' I l II I 4st aMp .$ t . f tl w a .! 3 r w y .7 .t H??STiiWMmHRI " WW BvalfciSPIPBL. ! bHHPsSSIbbHBbbbbbhbbT Cor. Augusta TELEPHONE WEST 129. JOINED TO A CORPSE. An Incident In tlic Life of Queen Vic torln'n Slotlicr'lifl.uw. 1 Quucii Victoria, who Ik one of tliu must tiiu'otuiii'oiulsliiK of rcliniltiK nioti. nrclis In lior Intolerance' toward tuo.so who aru divorced, Ik herself thu tlnugli teiMit-law of A iirltii'vM who was divorced- dy her lmslmtid under hIiiku larly ijunsatloiinl clruuiuatniici'. Tho mother of thu prince consort was n lovely woiiian It was from her that lit Inherited his goutt looks and was the hint desceiidniit of the duties of Uotha, whotio dominions may ho said to have constituted her mnrrliuiu portion, since they were Incorporated with thosu r...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 9 November 1895

w'VWjaTWl--"W' lWVS5 wimmmam i i.ja-v .yv' "")' T,7iv7?aHR(1'W'!'Itf',--?'H1, "''? THE OHIOAOO BAOLE. ,v J ? II tewili 31-33-35 37 a CURK ST. COR IAKE ST. mm Kit (LOTHI! MOVE w FACTORY 3VOQ WILLIAMMKIRR. RICHARD H. KIRR. Members Chicago Real Estate Board. William R. Kerr & Co. ulto 401, Title and Trust Building, 100 Washington Street Chicago. Real Estate, Loans, Bents. Telephone Slain lOOl. DO YOU WANT A HOME That nu ean pay far In Small Monthly Payments, nmt aa rant? u so, all and oontalt my salesmen. They will fir yon prices and terms. Ton ' know bwef Miit wa you hen. ThauMnda of Lota to ehoaao from, iota la all aarta of to attr ana samaadlag suburbs. Following mo oomo of tar numerous aubdlrlstona: M minutes' rid oat upon tbo C, B. ut Q. B. B.. It situate GR088DALE DanpIiiD Part PARK Eumboltit Part AVONDALE GROSS on a branch of tho Desplalnea Rtror, aa skirted by a natural lerw. race ni ioie iou oa ap. infHDU gin, iiuim monthly payment!; long time. Adelliutfnt so minutes rtdo ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

-t HW -,!, momw i'J1PPippjP wT'i iS'iWiSi""'!' ' "jT'V w " - ?''" 3-& i. ' "INDEPENDENI IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME XIII. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1895-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 319. Clji rn ij a iigjBr fagle W Ihr' fc '-,": si1 M Ky fr. II v. , :. , f K. ' . If I- '.. li w ,-'. x iP CHICAGO GREETS ATIA8TA. Six Train Loads from Americas Oreat Metropolis Go to Georgia to Cheer Atlanta. Illinois Day Observed with Great Pomp and Pageantry in the Lively Southern City, While Chicago Day Was a Credit in Every Way to the Champion Municipality. Monday was Illinois day and Tucs lny was Chicago day at Atlanta. It took five trains of ten cars each to transport the members of the First Regiment and the Southern States As soclutlon from Chicago to Atlanta, and the luu days.' trip mapped out bids fair to be' ouo of tlio most memorable ever made by a party of excursionists from this city. Uf the 022 officers and men composing the First Regiment were booked for the Journey, und nea...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

ETV-TltP" ",' THE OHIOAOO EAaLH Jules RESTAURANT 11921 LaSallo St., Next "SttSSftESST Pill"? HENRICI, ...FANCY... BAKERY Delicacies and Restaurant. ' 108 & 1 10 Randolph St., Half Blk. Eait of Court House. The Monroe Restaurant 118 and lao Monroe St., near Clark. BASEMENT FIRST FLOORPOPULAR SECOND FLOOR Private Dining Rooms tor Theater Parties and Gentlemen's Cafe. ' r -a gTVan ' TELEPM0NB MAIN l48h wHlCclgO LOUIS LUKES, Manager. Stock Exchange SSSaSrTln America. IvCStfllirflllt WASHINGTON AND LA SALLE STREETS. Seating Capacity, 400. ; Opem After the Theater jfth St., Cor. Calumet Avt, -The Grand Restaurants- Metotljr reepeotable and finUolue In all of Its) detail, Special at teatlon paid to famlllee. Located near the Grand boulevard, there mm better plaoe for the beet olaee of people to patronize. WILLIAM GILLAM, Proprietor. ..Also Caterer to Weddings, Banquets and Parties Oases Strictly First-Class. The Best that the Market Affords to Fouadoa the Tables at All Times. f MMeMMMM...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

n-f-'wgifsi! W it ' . 5f )- T k " " ".? f? V".(iV(f mvv)'( ,r THE OHIOAOO EAOLB rre'rvrr- 1! ' JulJluiAlil Superior Court Judges. fOS. E. GARY, Chief Jostle JONAS HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. 8HEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO). THEODORE BltENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES QOGQIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE OEOROE F. BLANKS STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. M. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. WATERMAN. R. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE THOMAS Oh "WINDES. ELBRIDOE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. H. HORTON. FRANK J. GAULTER. Clerk CHAS. G. NEELY. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF '. BT TE'S ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL S. L LOWERTHAL. Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. 'BBTBfft CHICAQO. JOHN J. SWEIE, Attorney at Law, 37 and 89 Waihlngtoi St., CHICAGO, ILL Room C09 United 8tatoi Exproto Culldln;,. Tolephone 4041 Main. CHAS. H. MITCHELL Attorney at Law. PUACTJCKli IX...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

li'fT '"r- Tl THE OHIOAGO EAGLE -V- if h i)e di((t00 (Saflle. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. Am Independent Political Newspaper, Fearless and Truthful. WJUCWPTtON RATES, S2.00 PER YEAR trOMM ALL COHITOUCATIOXI TO WIY P. DONOVAN. E4ltor sad Proprietor. SC Teutonic Building, . K. cor. Wnsltlimlon Ht. nml fifth tots tMtrwl at the Pottofflc at Ohleago. Illinois, n4-elM msMtr. m LARGEST and nut of six nominations gave four to men of lrUh llvtlt or extraction, If ever voters of a certain natlotiallly hail an opportunity to assort themselves Mini resent a real or fancied Insult, the voters of IrMi imtloiinllty In Chicago liail that opportunity this time. Tin Republican stayed away from tlu polls, not over half of their vote being east In their strongholds, ami anything like a fair Democratic vote would have landed the entire Democratic ticket. ' Hut If the Republicans didn't show up hi law? nuiuliers the Democrat oaine near tint showing up at nil. and of all plaees where this l...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

ffflifffilfTffl'W'P'1' fVWfro-iw.,J- 7y, r-r VV " -. ( V w ' o fjn n. 4) MtJfcj ( t THE OHlGji.aO JE A. Gr Xj E! The Wntoh Htlll Going. A singular Incident took plnco tl'u otlici' Uiiy on Diinmrtacottii I-nkc, Jlnliic, which dhows the voracity of tlm bnM.ln ttmt lake. A party from llio Kcimebtu were Hulling from a bunt Wlioii oiiu of tlictn cituglit the end of his tMinoli In hh wntL-hgitiml mid flunjr IiIh gold watch ovoihoiml Into forty foot of water. About an hour nf forward, and a Tnllo and a iiunrtor distant, tliey cntmlit a Hlx-iumndor, and, noticing his fullness and iwculliu up pcaraiiLc, ho was opened, and there was the watch, still roIiib. Hhe (drenmlly) Only fancy a month from to-dny wc shall be married. Ho (absently) Well, let's be happy while we can. Illustrated nits. THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank H. W. Cor. LaSalle and ladison Sis., Fort Dearborn National Bank 0. W. KUNSTMAN, rn ajejaaaaisasaaasaeaeeaipaassa. IT. S. Government Depository. CAPITAL, - - $500,000 Room...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

IfWell-" f - A !. IV THE CHICAGO EAGLE. --j,- - ' -rfrwiirwnK' w'T' wimpsfewi tjs --,??f-wSr?T!r5(ti'' . i JAMES PEASE, 6 Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING -? GRAINING CALCiniNINQ, ETC. VealeBplum, 339 4LHli TILIPHONI, LAKE VIIW III. HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Painting, Fapcrhn.nffing' and Decorating. WaelMile: It. 410 Qnceliii Ate., . REDIESKE, PratrftM. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO. PikMaiten.SmrMta. OO CLYBOtJRIV -AJVE., Telephone North 040. Sixty-first Street and Cottage Grove Avenue. The '49 Hining Gamp A Reflex of Pioneer Days. Open Daily from 8 a. m to II p. m. Placer Mining in Full Blast. Mexican Fandango. The Dead Giant of Tuolumne Grove. Panoramic Views of Mt. Shasta and Yosemite Valley. Jkdzxxlasloia, BOo? Ohllctron, lOo. Take Ccttaje Oravt Cable, Alley L, er Tranfer at 61st St. Iron State Street Line. JOHN F. ALUS FLIMBE CO., 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, Near WsesUr Arsnu. and LarratM. Strati. Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

-7"l ''rS' 5533355 Fls frlSN WMWPii n-,-.. ...I..WT- THE OHIOAOO E -A. O 31, B3 V . i v ;. . v ;3 if! '1 4s . L VE'S SEASONS. rail flowered summer ties npon the land, kiss your lips, your hair and then your hand . Bllpi Into lne;lo, we two understand That love la sweet. Theroseleaf fall, the color fades and dies;' The aunilRbt fades, the summer wra-UKe There comes a shade across your wistful ye . . Islovesoswettf The flowers are dead) the land is blind with rain; The bud of beauty bears the frail of pain Can any note revive the broken strain. Is love so ssreetr The 'world Is cold, and death la every- where; Iturn to yon, and In my heart's despair Find peace and rest. We know, through foul or fair, That love I sweet. Pall Mall Gazette. h just mmm. Two people were sitting on the veranda f an Indian bungalow; a tall man of about forty, handsome and bronzed, and a girl about fifteen years younger, fair and delicately pretty. From within came the distant sound of a piano and violin, and ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

i - r t mr "" v, TT7 : iVV'ff ", i -vTi.i-rf "vr THE OHIOAQO El .A. O 3Li S3 . ho7C AND COMMENT " V . f I So msnv licr!lT lu the Wist and Sotita have mlilcil MooillioutnU to tliclr force of criminal trucktr tlmt the price of tho animnW 1 lncre.nlti, nml the raising o! them t bccomliii: (jtilto a bmlncM, nota bly. x:rhiii. In Kentucky. One litimlrcit dolttr 1 old to bo it n nvernge price for a good bloodhound pup now. Tii Import of eoffeo for the last flcal year are the largest single Item on the list. Tbey amount to $90,130,000. This lm. meate sum purcliieil nothing except the toothing effect coffee lias on the nerves of most people. Yet tnot people would probably deny that a soothtng effect could poeaibly be worth S)0,000,000. It is said that no steam locomotive has er equalled the record made by an elec tric locomotive lu Baltimore. At Its latest teat it hauled three steam locomotives and forty-four loaded cars up a heavy grade at the rate of twelve mites an hour. In view of such ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

ppsgjKr "prvT.s "f (- T '$$. , y. THE! OHIOAOO SjO-JLiS. f-"R 1 5t --Ce?5' HMftftftftWWV a"fc : r.pwniBriul3k V S?KU ' MB. aArmiBnv' n 'b.' & vckh - -- - A TRUE GHOST STORY. WftAftftftftftftWtWWWVWW N OX many years ago people used to aneer at ghosts and ghost torlcs much more than- tbey to no w, and one would constantly hear people whisper to one another while ome Individual was relating his or ktr experience: "Ah! It Is very odd that these ghost stories should always be re lated at second or third hand. Now. I want to see a person who personally hat 8,ecn the ghost, and thon, I will Mtevet" i ten. People nro moro accustomed to hearing about ghosts now! and yet, ren now, should It bo a wife, daugh ter, or sister who ventures to narrate ome supernatural experience, ah Is pooh-poohed or laughed at or to'.fi to take a pill." Now, I have seen a ghost, and am pre pared to attest most solemnly to tho fact, as well as to the truth of every word here set down. I have, of course, voided ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 16 November 1895

-ycw,.,-, w.nnp , mM in i .iwn )it)iiwSfja -wiftirw?wwrTfli lO THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. ,1 'if i a I I i B. GARCIA & CO. S NAPOLEON CABINET C IGARS. SAM H. HARRIS, General Apt I S 311 and 312 Ashland Block. Geo. C. Gale, .119 Olark St., WINES, LIQUORS id CIGABS, ITOKMlSlfcLY VAllNELL'S. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. Saloon Fixtures! The following aro some of the Saloons we hive fitted up: MASONIC TEMPLE MJFFKT, 51 Randolph Street. WAGNER & HAIMCUIM), corner Olark and Washington Streets. PAN-AIIKKICAN, 70 Monroe Street. JOHN ECCLK8, 85 Monroo Street. THE T08KTTI," 104 and 100 East Madison Street. HEIiMKAMl HKOS., corner 5th Avenue and Lake, Street. R. X. MoARTHUR MFG. CO., (Tel. Main 2635.) 1 93-5 Randolph St. OFFICE DESKS, CHAIRS AND SHOW CASES. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURG, QOO XjciSall St., ... OliioaBO. VAL. WACKER. JNO. H. HAU8CHILD. The Chicago. WAdNER & HAUSCHILD, Plops. Wines, Liquors, Cigars....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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