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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 April 1894

THE OHIOAOO EJLGHLiB & v KW i at, ' ODD ITEMS OF EXPEN3E. Some tittle Known CiM to Which the Hatlon'n Money It I'nt. Some curious Items entering Into tho expense account of Undo Sam arc mentioned by the St. Louis Globe Deniocrut. Away down in Arizona, near the city of Florence, thero is a ruin of the dwelling place of some prehistoric people. It Is called Casa Grande. Tho government pays u man $480 a year to watch Caa Grando and see that ottiu archu olo(1st doesn't carry It away for exhibition purposes. Secretary Greshnm has tried to ot atoim this year with a,000 for brltwin)? homo the remains of diplomatic and consular olllccrs of this country who died abroad. In view of tho i probablo In 'icusc of mortality among tho unusually largo number or tlicso patriots who have responded to the call or .tolah Qtilncv nnd liavo tjono to places wlicro tho cllmato is bad, Mr. Grcsliatii asks (10,000 tho com ing vcar for diplomatic mortality. Another item of close relationship to tho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 April 1894

THE CHICAGO EAGLE. .HIIIX N. COOKK, Pros, and Trow. I'HAHLKS F. COOKK, Sec. I SalvatorT -?COOKEBrewing Company. 'J th Street and Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, U. S. A. RCWIItt AND OTTLIRt OF COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. This Beer was awarded the GOLD MEDAL, togvthtr with tvn of the HIGHEST AWARDS, which the Cooke Browing Co. received at Wo-Id's Columbian Exposition, held at Chicago, III., A. D. 1893. The Medals and Awards were received on the strength of the Chemical Analysis made by the United States Government Chemist, which is a guarantee to the public of its purity and healthful qualities. FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AGENT i. H. Gutter Old Renem, MTJ 16.00 J. H. Cotter Pan Old Rye, 1STI 4.00 J. H. Cottar Bonrbon, UTT 100 W. H. KoBrtrer Old Bonrbon .oo Spring Hill Old Bonrbon 3.0u Andenon Old Bonrbon. f.oo Old Crow Old Bonrbon... M0 Iriih WhUkjr. John Jamletoa (.OS Scotch Whltky, Andrew Uiber BpecUl Roterro M io Tie P. Scboenbolen Brewing Co. EXPORT EDELWEISS HOFBRAU. Ctrnor Canalport...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 April 1894

THE OHIOAOO JB3AQLiB 11 .. .f ' jpqiMniiintnammapivniiiMaannnanntiaiaaiiK U SV saSvABBfisseseuawBT mWmmamm t?Mm IB "''Bfl HHHHHHHHHflVSB mm mW rfJmll WAv(LtlmmVWmmmmmwMm Mmmmm7mWbm0 M&sSf4mM mmmmmmmmmmmXlmmmmmmWMmWAEmmmmmmmJiS lmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmWWmmWmmmmmmmWSmmmmmmmmmZ I ' mmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmW W mmwmmmmmmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmL-H I .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmTwmmmmmmmmmrrmmmmmmmmmmm' KmmmmmmmmmmmTmmmmmJfmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmWtiS 3SmmmSmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmwtwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmm. HHilHHHBBMiHHHIBBaBH MEWEI IF TIE KST HALT MM CMKE NNITEI MR M In Kt ni wtttM ruikM wm im. Avamnim, atoxka August Maritzen, ArcMtect and Engineer for Brewars anfl Maltsters Ollce, Booms 40, 42, 44, 4G, 48, No. 177 La Salic St Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1633, ERNST FUNK'S WEISS BEER! SO Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. American Brewing Co. lorinlshlud tonne, AWmmmmmmrmWmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmm $22 lorthljUui iTene, O- COLUMBIA MINNEHAHA Brandt of Lager Boar. BREWBR8 OP THB TBLCPriONB 7086. 1 FEU BREWING Ca 871 to 897...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 April 1894

THECHIOAO-O E .A. O-3Li S3 . HARTLEY Fr 17 Years at 309 Madison St., Stcctssor to BRAND, 210 Hi 212 WaMl AT. Free Factory Sites Wvp ifW!lt 'BessesT .l2vsssBBBBVaBBw jEbbBBBB' A LIFE-SIZE CRAYON It it is the work of a genuine ar. tist), is by many preferred to cost--y portraits in oil. HARTLEY'S Z.ifcSizc Crayons are the best pro, duced in Chicago. Just as his Cabinet Photos are regarded as the finest made anywhere. But the best ure not always the most .expensive. Hartley's prices are: Oso Dozen Very Best Cabinets $2.00, r Oie Dozen Cabinets with One Life-Size Crayon $5.00. Open every Sunday from S to 4. HARTLEY (SUCCESSOR TO BRAND) 210 and 212 Wabash Ave. JOHN ffl Lumber Co. mtmhtUtttt sntf Diiltrs in LUMBER Lath and Shingles, Blinds And MOULDINGS. We have a choice stock of all fclnds Dry Lumber especially uttable for CITY TRADE, at the lowest market prices. ' OFFICE AND YARD, ASHLAND AV. AND 220 ST. CHICAGO, ILL. Telephone: 8046 and 9032. E COURTNEY. Prattles' H. MOLLY- Jlce PresUt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

V W4p'w'?''."-''rrwfl(yiHj. mi nrrvw-nrrftt 3ftS "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME X. CHICAGO. SATURDAY, MAY 6, 180 t-TWELVE PAiiES. NTMBHK 'I'M). r w- ' mr. .. HOIST THE HEMATIC FUG. The Democratic County Central Committee Has Formally Opened the Great Campaign for Yictory. Tlit County Convention Gallid to Moot on Juno 12 to Nominate All County Candidates. While All of the Congressional Conventions Are Ordered to Do Their Work July 10. The Democratic County Convcntlontoclcct delegates to thoStatoConvontlon and to nominate county olllccrs tins been called for .Juno 12. The primaries will be held on the prevlous day. All Congressional conventions will be held July 10. The County Central Committee do clarcd against nominating a candidate for United States Senator In the State Convention on account of Inexpediency. A new Issue has been raised to trouble the local Republican leaders. When the county committee met Sat urday and voted to hold the convention for Cook May...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

2 THE CHICAQO E .A. GH EJ . tv -cr:igis mIV vMjpBe(jKH - ,,y BUte C atral Committee. BErVDLtCAK. ' -dqnartcrs Chtcuo. Ckilnnan J. It. Clark. rcrctary T. a. Jamltson. TrtMQrtr K. O. Keith. At Large Kilrd It. Mortis, Chicago; Uout Jen Singleton, Decatur. JUtrlct. 1 T.X..Tamleon, Chicago 3 James Ij. Monachan, CMcaso James II. llnrke, Chicago 4...I. James Tease, Chicago , V. S. Frailer, Aurora tieo. 8. Itoiwr, Jtockford t J. F. Utlev. Merllnit Tbo. C. 1'nllcrton. Ottawa t t J. It. Wilson. Illckmnn 10....,,. , t.C. Kilwrl. l'corla 11 V. 11. Mainline. Macomli 3 A. 1'. Uniut. Mnclirstcr S , Lincoln Dubois, KirltiKflcld 4 V. F. Calhoun. Decatur It.,,, ,...,, James II. Clark, Muttoon It...,, A. II. Jonc, llohlnsou 17 P. M. Clark. Vandalla It J. D. Mcs.lck, Kast St. I.ouls 1'.. James h. Martin. Salem V W. C. 8. llhca, Jlurlon DEMOL'llATlC. ITeadnuarters Chlcavo. Chairman Delos I. l'hclji. Hectetarj Theo. Nclsuu. Treasurer W. II. tlilnton. At Larue Delos I'. riielis. Monmouth: Samuel D. Chase....

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

TSiJii OHIOAOO BAOILiEI. ? A l-tr IW JBDil Superior Court Judges. JOS R GARY, Chief Justice. HENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE. STEPHEN D. Circuit Court Judges. If. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. AMUEL P. McCONNELL. 8. S. TUTHILL. , R. W. CLIFF6RD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, A.T LAW. 1302 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. TKI.tPnoSK MAIN' 4lfiT. DAVID SULLIVAX, -A.T LAW. 87 Washington Street, Suit, iis-go. United I fraTflAfln Sate Kxuro.a Building. UulUAuUt M. J. DUNNE. Attorney anlConnsulor .AT IjAW. laoiQ 302, Cbicaso Opera House Blfr, Clurk iind Washington Sis., C'llICACIO. PECKHAM & BROWN, Attorneys-and Counselors -A.T LA.W 617 First Natioiial.Bank Bniliiz, CHICAGO. Valnnlimio Connection. S. L. LOWENTHAl Attorney at Law. Itoom MY!, 118 Clark St., Chicago Opera House, CHICAGO. TIXKl'IIONK MAIN 'it SO. LO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

THE OHIOAGO EAOLB. (Ct)e Chicago (ffagle i. shuuUt not come from down the netitly the party or hero worsnip or State. All that the Democratic ' rather of fetich fanaticism. "Tho i.. ....... niptU I ifooil. clean, strong old stand-bys'' or tue party, gratui party WBLISHB9 EVERY ATTTXDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Nmpaprj Fearless and Truthful. party men ns candidates and plenty of old Dick, goon old i ncie Tom, ami thorn - for the different oftlcess then nonest oui usury arc ai me pcrioni with a fair Held and no favor let the hen men win. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR, Address all communications to HKXUY V. DONOVAN, KdUor nnd Proprietor, t. .. il ami l S. JelTcr-ou Street. Catered at the Postofflce at Chloato, UL, M aecond-chas matter. THE HERALQ IS MISGUIDED. Tut: E.volk Is sorry to observe that the ably edited and esteeme I Herald 1 on a wrong tack. The Herald favors the nomination (of n candidate for United States i Senator by the Democratic State Convention. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

THE OHIOAQO EAQLE. " ALWAYS SHORT OP MONEY. Many Congre.smcti Find It Hard to Maka llolh End Mret. "Although a Congressman got about $i:uo a day In the way of sal ary," said nn old -t I mo House attache to a writer for the Washington Post, 1 'there are a great many men In tho lower branch of Congress who are always short of money. Quite a number spend their Income recklessly, but a great many have legitimate do mcstlc expenses that run so close to the amount of their salary that they have hard picking at times to get along, a A considerable number of members discount their salaries at the banks. They are charged some thing like 8 per cent and If the total of this account were made pub lie It would make a remarkble show fng. It Is by nn means the new or younger members who are oftencst short before salary day comes around. Many of the older members, who have sat In tho House for years, are In this predicament quite frequently. Many of them are men of Irreproachable habits, but with l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

THBOHIOaOO E3A.GHjB3. FOR THE EAGLE. A OoUation of Newi from All Over the World. 4'Ftnt K PtfltleU, GnnntcIiI hi In il litillltMN, TNrmMf ttftrt Ik Each Mikn, Agricultural Appropriation. Tfce agricultural appropriation bill re SWfteJ to the House by Chairman lUtcb, t U Couitulttse of Agriculture, appro Mat U1S9.4I3 for th fheal year eudlng f ), JIDi. Compared with the appro Relation for the present flcal year, this It decrease of Sl?,3. Very little chant Ma been made to the -alary list, but reduction of 113,820 In the aggregate das been accomplished by rearrangement of the service and by msoltdatlon of offices wherever practicable. Authority Is given to continue In easlgatluas with a view to extending tho stesnsmts of foreign market for the agrl cultural products of tho United States, and to continue Inquiries as to the best system of road tiiaklng, the same appropriation a Ual year being provided. A reduction In the appropriation for the weather bureau ha been made, amounting to I7...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

'jvrjBjrrwr 1 i THE OHICA-O-O EAQLE. u M u I Xv I FIRE-PROOF STORAGE ROOMS .-aaaaa THft HIRAM IlKIY For Valuable Household .Goods Pianos, Trunks, Statuary, Libraries, etc. Careful men to (handle. Furniture Van for moving. Safety and security guaranteed. Rooms shown at any time. HIRAM SIBLEY & CO., Proprietors. Offices: 12 and 14 North Clark Street. fw" " "KaaaalBaBaBa"'''' Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seneco. SENECO P. ntLBAMl. cnicaao, F. EKOASSA CO, Real Estate. 113 West Division Strait, General Contractors ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF WORK. I2 8elden St., CHICAGO. J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. THE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. 3887 ana 3829 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. TOXdOPKOira 0.4UXX.A.S7D 017. Tl MCI CARPET CO., HI E. Division St., Opp. Mnrkot St., Chicngo. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Bedding SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS At the Lowest Cash Prices. Wlt-MOOF WMCHOUMH and Halst...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

" V THE OHIOAQO EAGLE. AS HEARD BY AN OLD ENGINEER. ChuriirtrrUtlf tlcrrlitlon of nn Kxptrt't IVrforniiinrr on Wwno. "I win loltiTlturarouml the streets lat nltilit." wlil .Inn Nelson, one ot the old locotuotlve engineer running into New Orleans. "A 1 h:ul nothing to Uo 1 dropped Into a concert and heard a leek.iouKlnj rrctichtnun Dlay a piano In a way that made nic feel all over in spot. "As soon as he sat down on the stool 1 knew by the way he handled ulimclt that he understood the machine he wa running, lie tapped the keys way tin one end Just as If they were gauges and he wanted to ee If he had water enough. Then he looked up as If he wanted to know how much steam he was carrying, mid the next moment he pulled oi cu the throttle and sailed on to the main line a If he was halt an hour late. You could hear her thunder over culverts and bridges and getting faster and faster until the fellow rocked about In his scat like a cradle. Somehow 1 thought it was old ".u" pulling a passenge...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

THE OHIOAOO EAQLE J LOW'S U.k' A sad procclnn nought tin- church at noon of ilny, A woepltiK mirl nlmn? the wltulhiitMimtner way Followed the ("low-borne liier where mute her lover lay. Adow ti thnt flowered path there camo a bridal Imntl, The rndlntit wife tepied proudly, strong of heart, nnd unhid With nil the oolemii Joy of Iovo's still wotiderlnud. White-garmented, like day dawned clear with cloudlet oklei! Dark-robed, Hku night o'ercmt thnt bccs no ntnr nrlwl They met, they pntKed, they look Into ench other's eye And then, for swift and sweet is lovo's converging tide, Behold, the fnlr young wlfo wept as sho turned nlde The hopeki girl who wept smiled on the iiew-niiulu bride. Agnes Lee, lit Uoniihoe's Magazine 118 1 CQXSEQUEKCE. MAMY A. HAWYKlt. Deacon Albany sat at tho tea-table. It wns n warm night, fho enst wind that had tempered tho dny'M heat having died uwny, and his coat, worn because of tho preseneo of n guest, mado him uncomfortable. Ills oyo was stern, and his volco ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

io THE OHIO-A.OO BAGLiE!. JOHN & COUKi:, IVoh. nwlTii'iM. I'll Alt I.KS F. COOK II, Sw. COOKENBrewing Company. J271U Street ami Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, U. S. A. BREWERS AND OTTLIUS OP I; COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. This Beer was awarded the GOLD MEDAL, together with seven of the HIGHEST AWARDS, which the Cooke Brewing Co. received at World's Columbian Exposition, held at Chicago, III., A. 0. 1893. The Medals and Award9 were received on the strength of the Chemical Analysis made by the United States uovernmont Chemist, which is a guarantee to the public of its purity and healthful qualities. The P. Schoenholen Brewing Co. EXPORT EDELWEISS HOFBRAU. ' -l-I-l-llM"- TTT-T !. (fHflpg SalvatorT 182 State Street! OfpftimtrJm J niepfiMitlSSX FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AGENT J. tf. Cutter 01,1 nntTe, t7l to.oo J. It. Cotter Pum OM Rye, H7 4.00 J. H. Cutter Houtlion, UK 3.00 W. H. McBr.rer Old Bourbon 8.00 Bprlnf Ittll OM Oourbou 3.00 Andemon Otl Bourbon. I0u Old Crow Old Bourbo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

THE OHIO-A-GO 3-A.031iHS. 11 A avw bbbbbbbb 'Pjfev U BUEWEO OF THE IEST MALT AW eld In Kegs and Tlphone West 189. August Maritzen, ircMtect anfl Engineer for bmob am Maltsters Office, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, No. 177 La Salic St., Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1633, ... EHTCTFUm WEBS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. u lyCil-wavLlsLee, "Wis. OFFICE n CHICAGO, Onion and Erie Streets. Tlpkon MTe. Sse.T BOTTLING DEPAHTHEHT. 29 West Ohio Street THIW43I2. HENRY LCCB. Manager. n n am Milwaukee. Wis. HERRT UIHLEIN, President ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent. Annual Capacity, 600,000 Barrett. SCHLITZ BR AU Now appears the latest and best product of the celebrate) Joseph Schlitz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadt Barley Malt and Finest Bohemian Hops. EDWARD UIHLEIN, Manager, Chicago! CORNER UNION AND OHIO STREETS. W. L IQIBIN, Silt littler fir the Trade, Chltigt. m bmi wit MIIWAXJKlE::Ef WIS. Largest Brwry in & World. . . . .CHICAGO OFFICE. . . . Oornir Dis...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 5 May 1894

( f, v t sf f -v - i THEOHIOAUO EJA.GHjB3. HARTLEY For I? Viiml 30! Killioi SI., Successor to BRAND, 210 and 212 Wabash Ay. Free Factory Sites i '1M.J - A LIFE-SIZE CRAYON (it it is the work of a genuine artist), is by many preferred to costly portraits in oil. HARTLEY'S Life Size Crayons are the best produced in Chicago. Just as his Cabinet Photos are regarded as the finest made anywhere. But the best are not always the most expensive. Hartley's prices are: One Dozen Very Best Cabinets $2.00, or One Dozen Cabinets with One Life-Size Crayon $5.00. Open every Sunday from 9 to 4. HARTLEY (SUCCESSOR TO BRAND) 210 and 212 Wabash Arc. 01 i Lumber Co. MrfMlurirt int Ou!m In LUMBER Lath anil Stigles, 31-33-3537 5. CLARK ST. COR. IAKEST. mm maw clotikr! F. S. PEABODY, President CHICAGO, ILL. If. E. ROBINSON, Vice President BUFFALO. N. T. Peabody Coal Company, Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. R. E. BEEBE, Secretary CHICAGO, ILL. JOHN D. ADAMS, Treasurer CHICAGO, ILL. W. M. HOYT COMPANY, WHOLE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

ks-.u. a m. . " Asf iilsW .T""- . - K.. a is"-. - r- - j, . k 11 r" e i M i li. ' ' r, ., VOLUME X. HE WILL OVERLOOK M BETS. Congressman Goldzier's Striking Advertisement in the Chicago Law Bulletin Attracts Attention to the Point. Our Abli Rtform Congressman It Right in Not Ntgltcting Opportunities that May Prasant Thamtalvaa. Various Items About Other Reformers and , Statesmen Who Are Anxious to Be Reformed. Tho Chicago Pally Law Ilullotin contains tho following advertisement, which it prints regularly: JULIUS OOLDZIEIt, M. C. ATTOIlNEY AT LAW. WAHHI.X0T0X, D. c. Addretn cure House of Itepresentatlves. All of which would indlcnto that Ilrothcr Goldzlor is overlooking no bets. Corporations and others having business at Washington can tlnd Mr. Goldzler, r. C, easily, because his address is "Houso of Representatlvcs." Sec? Tho Republican leaders in cast ng nbout for a strong candidate for County Judge, have finally agreed that John It barker, of tho Twelfth 'Ward, is the man to pin t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

HP!15I?5SS! vt-5n- ' r .,sv-. .5v" THE OHIOAOO BSAO-lLiHi. tte Central Committer. neruBLtcis. irtMi- Chicago. Ckailra nuaa J.H. t'Utk. Jeefetl nun lary t. . Jamison. urer K. u. Kun. At LiMM Kdwtrd II. Mottle. Chicago: Hone aaBl BlndetoB, Decatur. Wattle. T. X. JmlMn, Chicago .June Ii. MoBMban, Chicago James It. llnrke, Chicago James Tease, Chicago W. K. Frailer, Aurora uco. 8. lloper, Hockford ...... 1. 1. utiev, Mcrunir Thou. C. Kulletton. Ottawa J. II. Wilson. Hickman I.C Edwards, l'corla V. It. Halnllne. Macomb A. 1. Urnut, Winchester ....Lincoln Dubois, SulnnflelU .....1...W. K. Calhomi. Decatur James 11. Clark. Mattoon A. It. Jone, Koblnson 1. M. Clark. Vandalla '.... u ' IT j. u. .McsicK. Kast Nt. l.oulrt James rt. Martin. Salem W. C. H. llbca, Marlon DEMOCRATIC. Headquarters Chicago. Cbatrman Dclos I. I'hclps. ecietary Thro. Nclsuu. Treasurer V. II. Ilrlnton. At . Itarite Delos I. t'heltis. Monmouth: HamVet n. Chase. Cblraio: J. I'. Malumy. Cblcauo: Tfcotnaa ualian. Chicago; ...

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

qitNrfrn)r ftffj TIihj CHIOAOO EAOLE. 1 iii r i f. T(H f I f '. f ,1 - i K f m it JPDICIAltY OF COOK COUHTY. Superior Court Judges. JOS. E. GARY, Chief Justice. JONAS HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. SHEPARD. "WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOGGIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE GEORGE F. BLANKE. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. C. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. O. H. HORTON. AMUEL P. MoCONNELL. A. N. WATERMAN. X. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. 2t W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE. THOMAS G. WINDES. 13LBRIDGE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. FRANK J. GAULTER. Clerk. County JUDGE .' CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATES ATTORNEY T MATTHEW P. BRADY, A.T LAW. 1202 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. TtUPBOKE MAIX ltT. DAVID SULLIVAN, .AT LAW. 87 Washington Street, Butte 41P-W. United I flUTnAQfl States Uxpreta Building. I UnlUAuUi M. J. DUNNE. AttorneyanflCoTiiiSulor AT LAW. toom 302, Xbicaso Opera House Bld...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

Rff''ititlWfim'&'f'frr-'i r-trw-fcy! tVft-1'. r - w Av,r'wwiT;a; .""iwtf ,, "ffiriv,T,i;My.jt;. 'yfVgw?w,w?,gw,'' iw'"'rTW-,'7v THE OHIOAO-O EAOLB. ttljc Chicago f agle '" - " -j r9BtISKXS XVXBT iATTTRDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newpa,pai. Fearle and Truthful. UBSCRIPTION RATES. $1 00 PER YEAR. address til communications to MESHY V. DONOVAN, KJUor nrnl Proprietor. ? .. '! nmliM S. Jenrou Mrcet. Kutered at the Postofflce at Chicago, til, (econil-tflnM matter. irciilain in the city anil Bonnty of any paper lisbed in THOSE ALLEGED ELECTION FRAUDS The historic April grand Jury, with Its picturesque foreman "Little Dick," has passed away, and la Its stead Is a special grand Jury, which, with the most delightful fairness and non. partisanship, has been selected on the basis of twenty Republicans to three Democrats. This body, which is composed of a number of Chicago's best-known citizens, proposes to tin earth frauds alleged to have been perpetrated at the l...

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