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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 January 1896

I 7f rifl'j.y-JSjjj.fV ,n$'wvrvy tty 'fiV -, v,(fjni n -A-itj-fV J f 7 THE OHICaQO JBQ .A. 0-j Hi The First Rational Bank . . . OfChioago. rM-ii Cipital, $3,000,000 Suflm, $2,000,000 . UMAKJ. (HUE. Present. ' JA8. B. FOR04K, Vice FraMeil. RICHARD J, STREET, CuMer . HOLIES HOSE, M Cashier. FRAME R BBOWIT, 2d Awt. Cattler: All classes of high-grade Investment Bonds bought ana sold. Accounts of I Merchants, Hanks, Bankers and Corpora tions solicited. Travelers' Circular Letters ol Credit issued, available in all farts of the world. Commercial Credits urnished for use in Importation of Merchandise from Foreign Countries. Transfers by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. JOHN C. HI'UY 1'iiMiHKNT 8. A. HI'UY Vn r. I'iikhiiwxt KO. K. Hl'KY Hl'-.O. ANU TltKAS. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE THE AMERICAN Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $100,000 Fort Itoarhnrn M J ft ' II W 11 VVU1VV1U OUIllU3, IUU,UUU Trust and Savings Bank National Bank of Chicago. It W. Cor. LaStUe and la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 January 1896

t VfV,- IX ii.litM wttl' (tryJjj H j; fff7T.' THE OHIOAOO EAaLE. t t k i i' vs ;i Hereley Warehouse RECEIVERS AND Hay and JflWU Sttrage Capacity, 6,000 TONS OF IIA.Y. FACILITIES UNEQUALEO IN THE UNITED STATES. Hereley Brothers 1 PROPRIETORS : 428 to 448 N. Halsted hi r 1 oo AU our 0ats are Mmfid and cleaned by tht II VJ lilsC? renowned "Western Oat Separator, and are thoroughly freed from all dust and dirt JAMES PEASE, 6aa Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING CALCIillNING, ETC. Vlplioiu 339 TU.EPHONI, HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Fainting, Papcrnanuinff and Decorating. Wleleiale: Mo. 410 Oraeelaii Are., eor. Uaceli Ave. 9. MIIEIKE, PrnrfMt. W. REDIEtKE, Stc. ani TrtM. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO., Plita,Mtta,$ewMta. 99 CLYBOURN AVE., TaJaphone North 040. . CHICAGO. josh i alles PLUMBING CO., 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, Nmt WtbtUr Av.no. and LarrabM Ilrtat. Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures. Gas Globes. Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side. TEL...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 January 1896

r -J- M 5f l&ri f ; t&i-rs&4&?F&r'5i rrT"'v't Uajt'?' THE OHIOAOO HSAOOLiBJ ria MADE Hit OWN MONET. toacph Shoemaker Wanted More Val Battle Dollar than Uncle Bam'a. Joteph Shoomaker, of Grayson, Carter County, received tlie other dny In payment for a hone sold to an old farm r, living near the Lewis County line, 40, among which wero three of the famous "Sprinkle dollars" of the early 30's. It has been moro than twenty Iears since any of these peculiar coins are 1ecn found In this section, and the production of these will recall n 'queer character who flourished In the earlier part of the century, and went 'down to his grave with a secret that has never been unenrthed. i Joslah Sprinkle, the party In question, lived In ono of the roughest sections of Lewis County, and on a lino probably fifty mites from Grayson. In Ills day Washington, the county seat of Mason, and ono of the oldest towns In (this end of tho State, was thriv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 January 1896

tm ' uiwwi 'P'iimw)-J??Iftv55!S5 4 THE OHIOAOO E AOLE. THE DAY OP THE HORSE, ii u Writer Contend (he Bicycle ! the eat Friend He Haa Kvcr Had. eai rriend lie Haa Kver Had. m jfc a Uacr tkp popularization of thoblcyela I A fJ l tea, teen frequently set forth that X I V V T 1 h ataprof the horso has passed. A M W 1 Va B8Y9SS 111 hones I Cl Harper's Weekly disputes this HtHUHt. nml stars: Tho truth Is thn sy of tho horse has Just come. The doc(Mne of the survival of the Attest ha m chance to work now In howefleah it ncTer had before. The beet are worth as much ns cverj fair brine fair nrl(v: noor horsra kte not worth their keep. There Is con. equently a stronger motive than ever Sor raising cowl horses and for uot rats. ag any other sort. The bicycle has peea a craw this year. Its use will con. tic, for It Is a most convenient maefclne and a great boon to those who n afford nothing better. But as an appliance of luxury It Is not to be comfared with the horse. It Is not beau atful nor i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 January 1896

SKp "'if" w v-w5 t r THE. OHIOAOO SJLO-JLiXC. UmM "! i WIDOW MUGGINS' OPPOSITION. EHITABBL MUGOIN8, wldll ow of Jctliro Muggins, of Cod. A T -- flsb Haven, wns vloleuiljr opposed to the very Idea of her daughtor tarrying the red-fneed, long-legged con f Thomas Jefferson Dlgga; first, because she wanted to see her Angcllne the wife of n rich man, and, secondly, fetcause Thomas Jefferson, Jr., was not . rich man. As an offset to this violent opposition on tho part of the Window Muggins, Thomas Jefferson lllgg was ready at ny moment to bless the union of tho two loving hearts of Angelina and Thomns Jefferson, Jr., and Angcllne and Thomas Jefferson, Jr., weru already one In their hearty harmony with the views of Thomas Jefferson lllggs. Thus do we llnd odds of thrco to one gainst the Widow Muggins. "The very Idee, Angcllne," tho Widow Muggins was saying, as slio washed the dishes which Angcllne wiped, "the very Idee of your marrying Thomas Jefferson, Jr., Is prcpost'rous. Why, you ain't...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 January 1896

OTfH1ip fl. t SM ' 5, i iry tf toj,j fVf lO THC.HJ OrKCIO.A.a-0 E3jAuOHjE3. Saloon Fixtures! S alvator? Tk. fell....! 4k. O.I BSsHkW sPW af " " BflT flflfll W The following are some of tho Saloons we have fitted up: ! MASONIC TKM"RK HUFFKT, SI Kandolph Street. WA6XKII & HAliJCIIlLD, corner Clark and Washington Streets. lUN-AMKUICAX, 7 Monroe Street. .10HX mil. 85 Monroe Street. "THE TOSKTn," 104 and 108 East Madison Street. IIELMKAM1' 1IK0S., corner 5th Avenue and Lake Street. B. GARCIA & CO.'S NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. SiM U. HARRIS, General Apt U. S., 311 and 312 Ashland Block. Geo. C. Gale, 1 1 9 Clark St., i u i WIUIHMHM "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Atonogram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURG, QOO XjCsvSBallo flit., ... Olxloatajo. VAL. WACNCR. JNO. H. HAU8CHILD. The Chicago. WAONEK & HAUCHILD, Props. Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Clark and Washington Sts., opp. Court House. -BREWER OF-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 January 1896

,vrh.v?.t( (-iivvVTWiSfr7r$ "'trtVP: "'f . Ji rtA M-? , ' f "- -ii THE OHIOAOO HS-A.CHLiEI. !ll JOHN A ORB, rnesiocm'. WILLIAM LECNEB, viccpnCST.ftTfCAi. WILLIAM H.REMM, stencTARV. American Brewing Co. TILiPV.BMi 7. REWERY (Jo $ 871 U 8t7 Dudley Street, 1 FEU B1K CI t ill , MMfHyJM,- iMRMRPHIIilr y&ifffBZJcm zmMmKi RELS ftTTlXljL. Sl :st Side iBrewery(o. Export JBeefv, Cor. Augusta&Paulina Sts. f HICAGO. TELEPHONE WEST 129. U. S. A CONVICTS IN THE ARMY. Vrenchmcn Contlctapeil for Crlsss Have a Ilorrl Tlmo of It. A very pa In rut sensation hnn been created lu 1'urls, nnd will no doubt ex toml throtijrliout the country, by the royor: or n cor.rt-niartlul Just bcld at Tunl. Ilcforo recounting tho facts, It Is requisite to explain that tbcro exists lu the Trench possessions In North Africa n special body of troops, tochnl cally described as "compagnles de tils clpllnc," nnd dubbed lu military parlance liy the quaint appellation of 111rllil. Tills foreo Is compose...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 January 1896

, Ml " mmitmM'tmii4iiisttviHi-w BSr.vS5S KSTvJ'v'C? ''''tWvWlJtJ 4,i iHi"t.t'i'ni," t fp'f"?Tr THE OHIOAQO HS-A-GHLiE I ! i r i! tf"M n i i MIY TO LOAN AT M PER t 2 CENT. We have made loans at this rate, and have more of the same fund on hand. Ceitral Business Property For Sale. 40 FEET, lo blocks from the Court House. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St., near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. DUD m it & Co. s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. W. Depot, coma Kimic and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. m. Sitndavs. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' ride. Two railroad stations on the property. Lots $100 and Upward. $7.00 CASH AND $7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract furnished each purchaser. mmm Tie Largest Exclusive For H) of too Northwest. B. E. HDRLBOT & CO., Building and Improved Real Estate HARLEY C. McDONALD, 803 and 804 Masonic Temple, THE LEADING FASHIONABLE FURRIER. F. A. LANCLOIS, Manager. . THE OPPORTUNITY Of YOUR ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

i,l,tpBi;iiii)ii.,fWiiir'Jl'l"l,l'"ww--f-y'w- if-i--. -rl ;ViaiV.W''-V; INDEPENDENT IN ALL" THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE. VOLUME XIII. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, .IANUAKY 11, 1800-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 327. fljfSgaJ ME BUT NATIVES WANTED. Tbe City Civil Service Commission Throws Obstacles in tbe Way of All Naturalized Citizens. Declares in Its Rules and Regulations that Citizens by Adoption Cannot Be Believed, And Insists that They Produce Their Naturalization Papers to Prove They Don't Lie. Children of Foreign-Born Citizens Subjected to Even Grosser Insult Must Prove Parentage. Cunning Method Adopted of Shutting Out Foreignersand of Ascertaining Their Religious Belief. Tlsi' Civil Service I Ion nl or the City l Chicago It, pur excellence, tin grcnlest Know Nothing Hotly In America. Il litis plIX'l.'l lllH'tl III)' fllCt ntllt-Iiilly linn foreign-bom eltlzcus ii iv not to In' believed under with. It liim also proclaimed the fuel otlldully Hint Hit' i-lillilivii of forclgu-born people ni'i not to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

! j- frft.i r r,f,,t THB OBIOA-GrO EAGLE. Jules Reese, RESTAURANT AND BUFFET, i:! 1 1!: 119-21 LaSallo St., Next to Chamber of Commerce. Private Dining Rooms 2d and 3d floors. $- CHICAGO, ILL V fti -i" Wif V w YW - J , Piip HENRICI, ...FANCY... I 1 I I ill ' t 1,1 U M. '! M ,; tj i k nv Clilcuun Heal Kittntc Hoard. I'rcvMriit (Iciirco ItlrklmiT, .lr. Vice l'rc'ldciit-Jtilm II. KnlKlit. TrciniiriT t'lmrloM I.. Iliitniiiotiil. Sirri'liiry Hurl I.. Iliiintili'lim, llxfciitlw- roiniiilltci (Iihiw It. Ilttfli. AlliiTt K. II. (luoilrhlw. Valentino II. MurKli nor. Viilimtlnii Ciiiiiiullti'c litinliiii Nmltli. Kit Bur M. Hnmv, IlnlHTt P. WiilkiT. Itcnjunilii A. I coim1cii mill Julius II, Vun Vllmlnncn. I'iiIiIIc Scnlco I'litiiiiilltff-Siiutli HIdt: Icortfc I,. Wnriicr. Kilwlti I". (Ii'lclicll. North Mich-: JiiIiii Mct'iiiint'll, J. l.vwU Coclinin. )'t Nlilri Alhi'rt J. Worn-, Jiuob :. MiikIII, I'mil . Xti'iixliind. IV""L,II"- '''"iiiinltiiv I.jrnmn ltnlnl. Willie CI. Jnckmiii. KihMinl t. Or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

StPfTSj la,T,Vi Trtv'''-!ifVri'''xrtf-n.-' )i.a '"" '' .? rmfctMtMiqwiHjiijHta v r THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, DICIMY OF Superior Court Judges. tOB. S. GARY.Caiaf.JiJtioe. JONAS HUTOHIN80N. HENRY If. SHEPARD. WILLIAM Gh BWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOQGIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judge M. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. "WATERMAN. R. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMa R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE. THOMAS O. WINDES. ELBRIDGE HANEOY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. H. HORTON. FRANK J. OAULTER. Clerk CHAS. G. NEELY. County Court JUDGE ORRIN X. CARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. ?UDGE C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK A. O. COOPER SHERIFF JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. LEADING MEMBERS OF THE BAR S. L LOWENTHAl Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. TESfSan CHICAQO. JOHN J. SWENIE, Attorney at Law, 87ui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

,. - n'ir5r-"-'"- t -fT' (b vj- i-tV'U TUB OHIOAOO BAGL'B 4 Sa.! v '. jH i i : i i i ' i t i ,! :' f it : ' . , t f i' if; ' I; lje Wciflo ffiaolc. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. Am Independent Political Newspaper, Faarleij and Truthful. MMCMPTION RATES, I2.W PER YEAR ItCUM 1U. COMMCXICATIOM TO Y P. DONOVAN. Editor aProtrltter, 504 Teutonic (1ulldlng, 15. cor. Mrushliigltiii t. uml I'lflli Ate. I th Pottefflca at Chicago, IIHnelt, I4M matter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Knjjle can be ordered at, Clins. Macdonald & Co.'h literary eiuiorlutu nud book store, 5." Washington street, I.. II. Jackson's wholesale nud retail cigar store, 105 Washington' street, and at all llrt-clus news stands throughout the West THE CLOSE OF THE WAR. BREWERS' The Km:!1 rongrutuluics the commuiilty on the close of the brewers' war, Thl disastrous eoiiiniert'ltil eonlllet. which has been waged for I he past few years, bad reached n state where the prosperity of thousands of worklti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

' & ifc'TRi??!? S"WA4-"1r4v,s v' 7""J-'YTii.iJ. ,' x"t'W""" " "-.H-!'flpwi!p -f THJB3 OHIwAQO JCA.a-rJ KJMS The First Rational Bank... Of Chicago. rakl-ii Capital, $S,OO0,OW Surplus, - - - $2,000,000 LYMAN J. GAGE, Prwiieit, JA8, B, FOROAK, Vice President, RICHARD J, STREET, Cashier HOLIES HOGE, tost, Cashier. FRANK E.BROWN, 2d Asst. Cashier. All classes of high-grade Investment Bonds bought and sold. Accounts of Merchants, Banks, Bankers and Corporations solicited. Travelers' Circular Letters oi Credit issued, available in all parts of the world. Commercial Credits furnished for use in Importation of Merchandise from Foreign Countries. Transfers by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. JOHN C. Hrnv I'iikmdkxt . A. Hl'llY VlCK I'ltl MDFXT ill:). I!. BWIY 8K AMD TllRAS. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE IB -ANI SHINGLES. Ashlann Ay., south of ggil St., OHIOAGO, ILL. CANAL 32-'-''"'-CJHIll 46 James Conlan, Jr., &Co., Fine Tailoring ..JLT.. Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

WTJ TUB OHIOAQO ElOHJHS. Tir,-ft, jf,-m- V'-j(.tiV0.j.wT(.v-vyfl 4 B II J ill V. "i , 1 1 ); t Hereley Warehouse ..RECEIVERS AND ." Straj. Capacity, 6,000 TONS OP HAY. FACILITIES UNEQUALED IN THE UNITED STATES. Hereley Brothers Hay i FROPBIETORS : 428 to 448 N. Halsted IMnilfMft AU our ats 'nned and cleaned by vnjytj . renowned "Western Oat Separator, and thoroughly freed from all dust and dirt JAMES PEASE, tfaa Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING P CALCiniNINQ, ETC. nripiioii4 339 TKLEPHONI, HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Pointing-, Faperhanirinff and Decorating. Wktliuli : It. 410 IraceUii At., cor. Uieili kit. P. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO. fill tos MM tomMMm yviuiiti&uiui eo OLYBOURN AVE., Telephone North 04O 233 JOI F. ALLBS PLUMBING CO.. AND 236 LINCOLN AVENUE, Nmt WMm Awmim and Larrab.. Strt.t. Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side. TELEPHONE NORTH 70S. UtONAKO f . BASTLAND. OEOR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

3V TB " T CT5raf 'tv,-r?TT?.jl jrrfl i - rT7:frirV,""lAt" '" " V'Vor'Mtf Tl"--fVw mr' THE OHIOA'OO EAQLE T"W7 i.j A RUNAWAY TRAIN,, ft 4 a Clear Tracfc and CoelHetd cd Kaclneer. ' "Tha approach of Thankgglflnt ! trny aets mo thinking about tho time, eererat years bnck, that I spent rati loading It up In the New England bills," said- an official one stormy day last week, who sat gazing gloomily out of his office window, Just before closing his desk for Uio day. "I Hred then In a small Massachusetts city and managed a road wliero every employe, from the section men up, ,wns personally known to hip, nud railroadlng wan more of a pleasure than It is here where tho roads nrc bo vast nud long that ono hardly knows tho members of his own office, staff. My otHco windows, I remember, looked directly upon tho principal business street of the place and the entrance to tho Union depot, the street crossing the tracks at right angles not twenty feet from the great n relied station entrance. Every...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

"Wr" mmmmmm -"p-f? ww THB OHIOAGO Hl-A.GH.iH3 USC OF PASSPORTS. Haw the Government Issues Them and What Thay Canlaii-'Whara Pasapart Falls Dscumsnta Wheta Valua ara Ltttla Under stoood. According to the nmntier ntnl chnracter of the letter received liy the passport clork at the State Department. It would worn that tlio general public of the United States knows little of the value or general uses of the passport In foreign countries There are those who la foreign travel subject tticmselvcn, specially In (icrinany, to much ttseleos trouble ntnl worry, which could be molded by the Minnie act of taking out a pasaport from their own Government. Although not of great Importance In minor cases, this U a guarantee by the Government of the tnltctl States that the person bear- ! j Ing It Is who he claims to be, nnd, I ' bearing such evi.i-uce. Is entitled to . the consideration of the otllcers of the '' io eminent he Is visiting. Ordinarily l i speaking, ns every one knows who has taken a sho...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

? nST 5rv)vv h'tJ,yfWljWW'l"",'w''l''" .w "TV "i rM tfHEi OHIOAOO ELAlGH-iES. JVTV'V tW L xwooooooouuouoooooooooooooo: JO DR. VANDELLAR'S . DEVICE. UUUUWUHBWWWWWWWMWWWWWWWyWMBfcX I T TIJLL roil. Mnrx. Hint what you nsk Is InnioHslblct My bnnklng nccottnt In already overdrawn, you hold n bill of sale over this furniture and my horses and cartages, and I haven't a penny lu tho whole world but this handful of loose silver and you don't want that, I suppose'" "Well, tbeventceu-and thlxpcnth wouldn't ro far to pay off theventcen hundred pounds, would It? Ask yourthclf, Mr. Vandellar," and Moses Marx emlled affably, rubbing his fat yellow hands one over the other as comfortably as though he were Dr. Vandcllar's greatest friend, Instead of his most Implacable creditor. The Doctor frowned Inquiringly. "Nevotiteen hundred pounds'" he cried, Incredulously. "What aro you talking about? The bill you discounted was drawn for 11 ft ecu hundred only." "Ycth, I know," returned Mr. Marx, calmly; "bu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

-r!f!!0M! o--' v vOTitity - A? iO THE OHIOAaO BAQliH. Saloon Fixtures! S alvatoP? Tha followinuara mm of tha Salnnna w hawa MtaH im aWal sssV W sWfJsl B ibV Ssssl fj ' n The following are some of the Saloons we have fitted up: MASOMU TEMPEE BUFFET, 51 Randolph Street. WAGNER & HAUSCHILD, corner Clark aid Washington Street, PAN-AMERICAN, 70 Monroe Street. JOHN EC0LB8, 85 Monroe Street. "THE TOSETn," 104 and 106 East Madison Street. IIELMKAMP BROS,, corner Stli Avenne and Lake Street. B. GARCIA & CO.'S NAPOLEON CABINET C IGARS. SIM H. HARRIS, H Agent D. S 311 And 313 Ashland Block. r !'8 l '': ' '' 1,1 if f - H . I i 1 1 i- I I a . a. McmciioLs. i. xa. Morioho: McNICHOLS, Shirt Makers, Hen's Furnishers, 121 E. Randtlph St., Aihlind Block, Chieaao. October Opening: of Underwear and Hosiery. And Always a Cemelete Line of NICKWIAR. t. J u4 1. M. MeXfceeta have iaogtUHl J. Dwrtr A Oo.,HbMMkm, la tke Aeftlesfl wa, JMMIU.aeWteteMSmtwWmaaawkalaatwaaBtSa Geo. C. Gale, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

tr-i-?y irnTTTfWT 11 155S American Brewing Co. .TttKHi ree... ..-'..- JOHN A ORB, rncstoeur. WILLIfM LEONED, vice ruts- H.TPCAB. WILLIAM H.REHM, oeCRGTAOr. A rsJJ j'fo JWkkkkWKkmJKOSSKKISBm 'VMOS&iEmlWmSim mr k IHiilllillalsHRiJi WfwMiwmdff0. Tmmmmimmwsmm. rm WSfllpdilBMIiSpWP :ls OTTlXlfc, st Side Brewery (b. Export eeb Cor. Augusta & Paulina Sts. f HICAGO. I LLtrnuiNL vvloi ic. B U. S. A ADVICE TO WHEELMEN. llnvr to Avoid Kxcca.tvc Fntliilic In l.oHU'Ulntaticc Midline, With tin1 nlil of a Nllclit kiiowliMlKf of niiiitomy mill a common muiiho application of It. bicycle rlikUH nuiy avoid niitfli of tln fatlfitio that very often tiiaki" trip of KtvnHn than runtoiimry IciiKtli anytliliiK but nloimtmibk'. l-'a tljrue a iniiwiiry evil, even ou a perfectly ailjiwted wheel tlint moves like the wliiil at the touch of the foot, nnd particularly In thin true of young anil Inexperienced iltlcr. Complete freedom from It la only gullied by keeping In eointnnt pliyaknl tr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 11 January 1896

!fi. (-wMft jp, ifyh, Jr . iAf WVId rtW'4-",?' iiI'lCV-i 12 THEOHIOAOO, HSA.GH.iH3 h MIT TO LOM AT yi T Y PER 12 CENT. We h.-.e made loans at this rate, and have mere of the same fund on lund. Central Business Property For Sale. JA KEET, two blocks from the Court " Hcute. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St., near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. BilaD Smith & Go's NEW CITY! Train lcaes C. & N. V. Depot, corner Kinzie and Wells Sts., at itfo p. in. Snndas. FREE TICK UTS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' ride. Two railtoad stations on the property. Lots $100 and Upward. 7.00 CASH AMD $7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract fur nlshed each purchaser. leamou TKTanxted. msssm Tie Largest Bxclnsive For House of the Mwest JsaBBBBBBaBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBaBBV harley c. Mcdonald, 803 and 804 Masonic Temple, THE LEADING FASHIONABLE FURRIER. F. A. LAUCLOIS, Manager. . THE Of PORTUNITY OP 'YOUR LIFE -We will continue our Brand TU...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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