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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

ljaifoH 3A ':: fr "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME XIII. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 189G-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 331. y Hf ! V m WILL KIKE FDR German-American Democrats of the 20th Ward Will Make Demand (or Inst Representation. Although in a Big Majority They Have Been Given the Cold Shoulder Always. Chicago Republicans Will Not Tamely Submit to the Snap Convention and Snap Primaries, And Will Turn Out at the Central Music Hall to Register a Decided ' Kick. Full List of the Candidates for the Various Offices to Be Nominated For. The ierimni Democrat of the TwciiMoth Wiiril mo uii In arm. Ah they n iv In i large imijoi-tty hi tln ward they are arter mi mil committeeship mid the presidency of tin wnrtl club. Hitherto they Imvu been ilenleil proper representation nnil the result has been extremely disastrous to the Democratic, party. On Tuesday night a large ami luiliiciitlnl delegation of the leading tier-man-American Democrats of the Twentieth Ward, called ttpon ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

"&p " "v r THDOHIOA.aO HSJLGHjHJ. f i ,M y rj LAKESIDE RESTAURANT GEORGE H. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. a- t'V''" '"7 liziiasEaamBaHBaaMar MBS&SjJdSSEBEKKf&iSlBEQS' Clilcauo Krat Kstnte Hoard. rrcllent-(icorKo lllrklmir, Jr. Ice rrrsldrnt-Jolm II. Kulglit. Ttvnsurvr Oniric I., Itiiniuioiid. Secretnrr Karl 1.. Ilatnldpton. Ilxwtitlio Cnminlttco Ocorac It. Illitli, AIIort i:. (I. (iooilrliUo, Valentine II. Hurhnor. Valuation Commlllpp-ltunlnii Hmltli, YAirsir M. Snow, ItolM-rt I". Wiilkur. Iiptiniiiln Ai I pkhi'IiiIpii nml Jitmr II. Villi VIImIiikiwi. l'ublip Hen Ice 'iiiiiiiiipi South wide; (li-orge I,. Wnrnpr, Kdwlti r. (letrlicll. North Ship; John .McConurll. J. Lewis Cortirnn. Wont Hide: Albert J. Stone, Jacob C. Maglll, lMnl O. Htcnsland. Membership Commlltee-i.rinnn Ilnlrd, Willi O. Jnckson, IMunnl K. Ureycr. Kn Bene II. Plshtiiirn, llenrr I.. Tnriipr. Jixluli I.. I.nmtmrd. William A. Iloml, Walter II. Wilson. Churles II. Itlce. Call llonrd Committe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

BWWu. .WBwsus V4l,r'lmwww THE OHIOAQO El .A. O 3L. E! . N I K a WV ht JUDICIARY OF COOK CflUHTY. Sferior Ckmrt J4fe. 08. & OART.OUtf JMaiot. JONAS HUTOMINON. HENKT M: mSPAXD. WILLIAM a. XWINfr. THEODORE BXBMTAMO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES QOOQIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. M. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. & 8. TUrHILL. R. W. CLIFFORD. ' EtDtfUND W; BURKE. ELBRIDGE HANECY. . JOHN OIBBON8. O. H. HORTON. CHAS. O. NEELY. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATES ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL S. L LOWENTHAL, Attorney at Law. - 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. VBEW? CH1CAQ0. JODN J. ME, Attorney at Law, 07ui89WuilitM8t., t ciiicaoo, xxaH, Room 609 L'nlttd Hates' Expreu Building. Telephone 4541 Main. CHAS. H. MITCHELL Attorney, at Law. rUACXlCKH IS ALL TUB OOUUTM. loot and low Vnttr Bulldlnj. It Dearborn Street, OMIOAOO. TKUCTHONB MAIN MTI. JOHH R. PARKER, Attorn...

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

SX .g ytpntness :wqwaa W4"VT.vvv-K THE OHICAGO HSA.O-XjHI h t e I" h f VA w l I l I' l)f (fl)icaflo 6nolf. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY P. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newspaper, Fearless and Truthful. WKMPTtON KATES, S2.W PEK VEAK tUM iu eomtmteAitext t MY P. BONOVAN. Cellar aea Prtarlcter. 501 Tcntealc BalMiaf. J. K. cor. Wtuhliiginn St. nml I'ldh Arts at the PoitoMce at OMeaga, luinalt, nan maittr. LARGEST 1FAVT 1 I HIV ill IV 11 IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The i:.v.'le win In ordered at Ch.iile. Alacilonald V Co.'s literary eiiiporlitin tuid hook istoro. .V Washington street. 1- II. .I.ieksf.n's perlodleal ami newa ilepot. !.' Clark street, J'oht. II. Burke's liool:. stationery, periodical ami newspaper depot. .'Mil DIvMiiu snoot, anil nt all Urst-olass news stands throughout t'm West. THE GERMAN DEMOCRATS HAVE A JUST GRIEVANCE. When the American colonies went to war with flrent Mrltaln It wan because they did not believe In taxation without representation. Clreat llrltnlii refus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

Vt I H, " f W - THE OH CShO JESAO-T-iES. V . V ) w Er L K uw ' iffi? . inn- The First faf I I nauonai Bank... Of Chicago. hM-ii Chilli, $3,m,IM Saifhn, VM,m LTIM J. OiOE,PraUeit. JA8.B. FORMI, Tlct-Fmlitil. mm J. STREET, Cutitr HOLIES lOSE, Ant. Culler. FflAKE.BR0fK,2ii!il.CartKr. All classes of high-grade Investment londs bousht and sold. Accounts of Merchants, Banks. Bankers and C6rporations solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ters o! Credit issued, available in nil parts of the world. Commercial Credits famished for use in Importation of Merchandise from Foreign Countriei. Transfers by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. JOHN C. BI'ItY , rni:irKST B. A. Kl'ltV...;.. .....VlCK l'IRtl)V.XT tiw. K. Sl'JtY hkc. ami Tiikas. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE u -am ffc Py C.ATCWt.h SHINGLES. AsMaKl AT.. SntttfmJL CHICAGO, ILL. CANAL a?-'""""-CANAL 46 James Conlan, Jr. & Co.. THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank If. W. Cor. LaSalle and ladison Sts Capital, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

vji SEaMBa TjiiTiiiwiii'inr imwn THE OHIOAOO S A. O-Ij Hi . I f ! ' i ! If ! ; y k William Mangier & Co., RESTAURANT 119 and 121 NEXT TO CHAMBER Private Dining Rooms JjOSt. Cor. Calumet Ava. -The Grand Restaurants- ' reeaeataele and ttrebclass i paid to families. Located a mm tetter plaoe for the best class ol people to patronlte. WILLIAM QILLAM, Proprietor. X.AI10 Caterer to Weddings, Banquets and Parties a Strictly PlnUCbt. Tkt rmmfm u reave JAMES PEASE, 622 Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING CALCiniNINQ, ETC. '''(phone, 339 TCLIPHONI, aaaaaaaaaaaaaHlVft.J smm HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Painting, Paperhanglng and Decorating., Wkeleiale : le. 410 Irtoeliid Are., eer. Uaeela Are. . nmtut, rnuiu. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO. Plumbers, bsfflters, Sewer Beilders. OO OLYBOTJIfclV A."VjE5., Talaphona North 04O. II f. am mm 233 AND 236 LINCOLN AVENUE, Nur W.btt.r Av.nu. and Larrab.e 8lr.t. Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

riimtJyfmmriV'mmim' " ' THBJ.OHIOAaO EAGLE V aw nu: a f I r ' .fc . . HORRIBLE TORTURE. Awful Moilo of -Death Visited Upon Prisoners In Morocco. A traveler who recently wns forcM to floo from lcr, Morocco, to Tangier, describes tho liorriblo mnuncr In which prisoners nro punished In tho former plnee. Tho prisoners, twelve In ifutnler, were brought Into a squnro anil tied to Iron pillars which were furnished with rings and chains. Then Crein.bchlnd tho Judge's or kadi's bench tho sultan's barber entered, with a glittering knife held between his teeth. Ho was followed by two 'others carrying bags and two others, still, with basket!, coutnltilng rawhide, needles and twine. Tho barber with his wife cut four slices of flesh from each hand of tha criminals, cutting down to tho bone. The cavity thus made ho filled with salt from tho bags, stuck his Angers Into the holes and then bound them up tightly In rawhide. After that both arms were chained between bars of Iron o that It was Impossibl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

Ep? (A i THBOHIOAOO B3A.GHjHi. i&JK LAVES INSURED IN LOTS. ' fc r Protection from Loaa la Human Property. Yesterday the I'Icnj-une was thoa tr n prominent insurance ngent n Ufo Jk'IIc.t, which, In the light of the prcs fcnt methods of Insuring. Is n curiosity In more wnys ttmn one. It was sent hero by a Memphis agent, headed "Xegro Policy," numbered 805, stied by the Phoenix Insurance Comany of St. Louis, tinted In that city tho Oth of March, 1851, and signed by John 1. Camden, President, nnd W. U. Prlt-i-hnrtt, Secretary. The premium paid was $ 85.30, and tho Ylk was for J8,WX) for three months from noon of March 4, 1851, to noon of Vln ' J8W on s,s,i'en slaves, as follows Tom, Prank, Sophie, Erlllne, .TorilL Panlel. An Hester. Henry, Lew, Zclfui, EllA, lsoh, Mary, CliatloUA i - , & Co., of Memphis, Tcnn., being at tho rate of 1500 on the life of each one who might die during the continuance of pfjlcy. l The restrictions In the policy read that the said slav...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

THU OHIOAOO S30I-.H3 I ill ft 1 ft tatv f Us 4$ JA ' t ITr T was realty very hard on tho poor Duchess, especially nftcr all tho toll and labor she bad ungrudging )y expended on her unattractive progeny. Her lot had always been hard enough ever since she had been a duehess; even beforo her wedding cake bad grown stale sho bad been coping with difficulties brutal difficulties which It required nil, her strength of mind to face, and now, when n good sharo of 'those difficulties were laid to rest with her husband, the late Duke, In the family vault at Longlnmlsi now, when sho had Just mauaged to retrieve the shattered ducal fortunes by bringing off the engagement of her ugly, dissipated sou, the present Duke, to Claudlna Putnam, tho richest American heiress of the sea- . sou, now for tlili blow to fall upon her, It was really too bad. Tho only balm to her anguish was that It had fallen In Longlaiuls, In tho wilds of Yorkshire, aud that the whole thing might -bo hushed up and hustled Int...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

THE.OHIOAOO BSAO-lim xo 1 WA r uL li r1 I'" 3 H Iv i & B. GARCIA & CO.S NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. SIM H. HARRIS, km Agent 0. S., 311 and 313 Ashland Block. Saloon Fixtures! The following are tome of the Saloons we have fitted up: MASONIC TEMPBE BUFFKT, 51 Randolph titreet. WAGNER It HAUSCHILD, comer Clark aid Washiigtoa Htrwta. . rAN-AWMCAK, 70 Mrarot tHreet. JOHN ECCLE8, 85 Monroe Stmt. THE TOSETTI," 104 aid 106 East Madisoa Street, HELNKANP BK0B., corner 5th Avenue aid Lake Street. R. X. McARTHUR UFO. GO. (Tel. Main 2835.) 1 93-5 Randolph St. A. J. TOOLEN, hiw m Room 602, No. 167 Dearborn Street. M - MM HP IWi Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., WINES, LIQUORS aui CIGARS. FORMERLY YARNELL'S. OFFICE DESKS, Of AIRS AND SHOW. CASES. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Selpp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURG, QOO Xjafltollo flit., OX&loaaso. 'i'X7.:z iksk mmmoami&a&ai--i. -...

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

! M!fy&tfr&titffSi!e '3tr'n-trPT "& , THE OHIOAQO H-AGULiH, American Brewing Co. JOHN A ORB, PRESIDENT. WILLIAM LCONER, vice ruesr.emtMs WILLIAM H REHM, sccrctapiv. REWERY (Jg 9 i'' 1 sav jffl rrf "SSv .SBST x jr m L u AfBBBLy $." ii Mr n 'i $ It JM . & if r !; f: n to F u: fin 51 1 xV K V ST? ' TV V? ik MC W A i j A , , iSBHBBsaBBBBYBMBBsBBBBpBTBBBBBBBBBBBBT nVTLI St- Side i a b ilFl1 ' DntWtKT U. Export Beer Cor. Augustas Paulina Sts. Chicago I (fHByHflBIVTLflSb. Y IBuBBBB'BBr.BBBBT SBBBBBBBHPBBBt r . -?4 C511 '1lt3(P5wlwC TELEPHONE WEST I29. a U. S. A SEATTLE'S JUMPING HORSE. lie I.caM from a 1'lntform Thirty Feci Jllnh Into t ho Water. 'J'liiv hnvo n Ktrntiffc nttrnuiiuii nt oiu of tliu impuliir plenstiri' rusorls In Honttli'. A liorne loniw thirty foot down Into tin ilccii water of I1U0 WuhIiIiijiton anil nwIiiim to tho shun.1. TlioiM.unU ot people coiigrogiite to wltiiexx tho wiuiilcrfiil and ntmislnjt itcrforiimni'i'. A hlftli p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 8 February 1896

.v-x; -, y,, s ,vr3 ?iwry ;'! ifP"; V"T"1T ' ' ''Wr rw!ffi..e..Hwurrwnr?f,atf...THj;ijk.i joiMni,nf i , ,gt ii,).yy-i.i.1ijW.liiM'iiii,i.i ", .. SVfc r ' - " IW ' '"'" l-ri''" WV..V-TT -"'I' 'VA-W 'J 'i,ni ' J- i -G? . TTTT i- ' iw,.. -,.,, en f ti.-'rt'-.J rW' n vtv'TT. , 7K JiTATft"!' S'Tm, re.Fwnc; .OTZT-"7"TrTTv7'Wyl7 rw ,! IS TBg OHIOAQO BAQLB, : h MM TO LOW Am 1 PER. H CENT. We have made loans at this rate, and tart more of the same fund on hand. Ceitral luiieu Property For Sale. 40 FEET, two blocks from the Court Mouse. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St., near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. Dnnlap Sml & Co.'s NEW CITY! Tialn leaves C. fc N. V. Depot, corner Kirmc and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. m. Sundajs. 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 97.00 PER MONTH. Tcrlcct Title. Complete Abstract fur nished each purchaser. SasaleaHaaesa. 'tTtTau&tocfta B. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 15 February 1896

'- - - , " V jft .,-4 U f S4- V. ... .jBjSjSJjSjSjsi. y "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." 'J iv i. r ' i P rI ) !1) VOLUME XIII. 1 CARRIES f Hon. Washington Porter Is the Ohio Mans Champion Every Day in the Week. Sketch of the Life and Career of One . of the Foremost Citizens of Chicago. Whether as Business Man, World's Fair Director, or Politician, Has Been Honorable Always. General Political Gossip from the Various Camp's The Republicans Are Almost in the Field. It Is now pretty generally conceded that the next Hcpubllcan nominee for President of tint Pulled States will lii' William MoKluloy of Ohio. Ills Tonmost champion In Chicago Is the Hon. Washington Porter, who has lieen tallied or ns n tul probably will lie a delegate to the national eon volition, mill whose many distinguished sorvlws to Chicago have placed him In the front rank or one citizens. HoriicluHnoncCouuty, Illinois, on the limit of October, 1840, Washington Porter Iraees his ancestry back to an old Kug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 15 February 1896

' vx4jswjirfa4JjirtwEiS jJiS'ifik.Kr i THE OHIOAGO S.JL.Gt.Lim.: LAKESIDE RESTAURANT j r GEORGE H. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. A Good Place to Bat Chlcnuo Hrol ttatntc llonrj. rreslilent-Ocorgo lllrklioff, Jr. Ice rresltlent-Jolm II. Knight. 1 rcnstirer-Ulmrles 1.. Hitmiiiunil. Hccretnrr Hurl I., llnmlilctou. lUecntlvo Committee Oconto It. llluli. AIIort K. U. Uoudrhlge, Valentine II. Hnrglinor. Vnluntlnn Committee -Dnnlitn Hmltli, IM. KJir M. Nnnvv, lloLctt 1. Wnlker. Ilfiijiimlii A. 1 i'mciiiIcii nml Jnincs It. Vnn VIIsiIiikcii. I'tilillc Horlct Committee Month Wile! Ocorne I.. Wnrncr. Kituln V. (letclipll. Norili title: John .McConiiell, J. Lewis Cochran. West Hide: Albprt J. Htonp. Jacob U. Maglll, l'mil O. Htciislnml. ..3!r.m',?r,,L,,n. Committer-I.rmnti Itnlnt, Willis U. Jnrkxon, IMunttt H. Drcycr. Hitceno II. rlshlmrn. Henry I.. Tnriipr. JoMnli I.. Loinunrd, William A. lloml, Walter II. Wilson. Charles II. nice. Cull llonnl t'omtnll tec Joseph f,. Manning, Cutlibert W. I.iilntf, Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 15 February 1896

IV. -!" S-r -1 "I''t'-rr-t-iftftf MwtwMHHimnnvvnnHKniMvrrAniTWMmi TTrS'?."--,ii?r?SL -- f.M "-i"f'j:;v. "- V tfaj T '- i'l -. - i 'if.-'w 'r'" """ " rv.-" - nrKwwriffTL' ti i i t-j r.. j . '' - . i-.-f i .' K-"rr t .rjTi -jv.tr wr.iK fKrjii'l ' wwrw t THE.OHIOAOC EAGLE. iV ;.rwo"c,vrr-7 ' If 4 jt , i t v1 ' St. iA i 1 n -'I 4 - w JUDICIARY OF M COW. Superior Court Judges. IOt. E. OARY.OhltfJMtlM. JONAS HUTOHINiON. HENRY If. IXEPAXD. WILLIAM O. EWIN& THEODORE BHENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOQGIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. .JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. M. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. 'WATERMAN. R. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMa R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER. EDMUND WT BURKE v THOMAS O. 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 f CLERK ....... BHBRIfxi STATES ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 15 February 1896

i'.jz' wT'A'X-i- ssH'iirra TEilB OHIOAGO HSJLGHLiB. ri-' VrW I7cv-qr'775v":v!5?. vtii vv-tv' f 7 s i)e ftljicngo (Saolc. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newspaper, Fearless and Truthful. HJMCWPTION KATES, KM PER YEAR IftDMM Att COKttVXICAttOM T ,Y P. MNOVAff. EsitsruiProsrletor, Set Teutonic Balldlof. K. cnr.WnMiliiRloii . iitol Mftli Mr. I at th Pot'omca at Ohlcata, Illinois, I mmni slats matttr. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. Tlu Kaglo can bo ordered at Chailos Macdou.ild v Co.'s literary emporium mill book ttnrc. .Vi Washington street. I.. II. Jackson's periodical ami news depot. Ift Clark street. Ruhr, i:. Huiko's book, stationery, pcilndlcal utiil newspaper depot. !t4S Division street, ami at all ilrst-elas, news stand- throughout the West. MARK ANTONY OUTDONE. The Italian Business Men's Association of the Nineteenth Ward has Indorsed Thomas (ialluglicr. Nos. ."it-li.VS South Ilalsted street, as a successor to Aid. Prank I.awler. The Italians me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 15 February 1896

555BB''v'9SS?5!!tJly-W.'sv-" ojt v?,-',-AtT'v- ..'. - THE OHI ca-o jua.o-IjE3. i'i ,s iJ I: J V ft ' - fr V aw- the First National Bank... WChicago. PaM-ii Capital, $3,m,(M Sirpliv $: LTUI J, USE, Praltal. JAS. B. FOROAH, Vice Prttlint. SICUHD J. StBEEt, Culler HOLMES HOSE, M Culler. FRAMI E. BROWH, 2 Ant. Cartitr. All classes of high-grade Investment lond boueht ana told. Accounts of Merchants. IJanki, Bankers and Corpora- iucii-iiuiiis, uiiiikii. uuiinvrs unu v-urpuru-tions solicited. Travelers' Circular Letters ol 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. Hl'ItY PitRHiPKXT H. A. Hl'ItY Vict: l'iif.nKNT OIJO. I!. Sl'UY SIX1. AMI TllKAR. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank If. W. Cor. LaSaUe and Madison Sts., Capital, - - - $1,000,000.00 Surplus, - - 200,000.00 0.' B. SHAW ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 15 February 1896

sgftyrg ar-ann iriigM TT-AT-t THE OHIOAOO EAaLS, I- ft Vi IV William Mangier & Co., RESTAURANT 119 and 121 LaSalle Street, NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Private Dining Rooms Ifth St.. Car. Calumet Ave. -77ie Grand 1 RestaurantsMtMUy reepeetatole end first-class in all of its details. Spsolal mU Uem pel to families. Located near the Orand boulevard, there fcsttor plaoe lor the toast class of people to patronize. WILLIAM QILLAM, Proprietor. ...Alio Caterer to Weddings, Banquets and Parties a Strictly PlnUCIaaa. Tee raummam re JAMES PEASE, 62a Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING - CALCiniNlNQ, ETC. ntep!a one, 339 TELCPHONI, HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Painting, PaporhanffiniT and Decorating1. Waeieiah: It. 410 Iraoilut An., cor. Uieoli An. "TOeVlss. P. EIIEIKE, rrnieeel. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO. PlnmnRrs RasflttRrs SIrwrp RnilAp.rs -JWUWXlllUXM, OO CLYBOURN jVE., Telephone North 04O. --CHICACO. JOHN I ALLES PLOIINC CO., 233 AND 235 LINCO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 15 February 1896

ITVW! ,f?5T tf.iv . d 1 esfi? THE OHIOAQO EAGLE V - -- & V IP iBHI w Ont Object Iieuoiii .Twt n word with you. Whnt would you think of a rallwny flifltingcintnt that would permit 1U road to bo full of tags and grades and low Joints and broken rails and soggy places, and would seek to ovorcomo theno obstructions by Increasing the strength of Its locomotives and cars? Of course It would require lots more fuel to mnko tho steam, only n half a train could bo hauled, tho rolling stock would Boon bo destroyed, and tho whole resources of tho company would bs spent In ttie repair shops. Briefly, tho first thing to do would bs to build a good road-bed. Iim't this an object lesson for farm r? Wlmt Is tho difference In prlnct pie whollier.lMs a railroad or a wagoa road? f&- ' Narrow Tire. It there wens toll roads In Northampton County, farmers would have broad tires on their wagon wheels because they could get thereby better rates on tho turnpikes. But'ls It not more Im...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 15 February 1896

THE OHIOAOO E3 .A. O Xj 2C . The IvnrtliV Temperature. Tlu- llrt nth-nipt In the southern iouilpliiro to nifftuln the Increase of the earth's temperature below ground hag Jtit been completed nt Cremonc, near Tort Jacknon, New South Waled. The rate 1 slower than the average ob talned from borings made lu the north ?ru hemisphere, lu New South Wale there Is an Increase of one degree 1 for eighty feel of descent. The average' of the northern hemisphere Is one degree In every sixty feet of depth gained. The borehole nt Oretuone Is very nearly 8.0W feet In depth. ' A Substitute for Gold. A I'reiieh Journal describes a new and promising substitute for gold. It Is produced by alloying rtliiety-four parts of copper with six of antimony, the copper being llrst melted and the antimony nfterward added; to thtt a quantity of magnesium carbonate Is added to Increase lt specific gravity. The alloy Is capable of being drawn out, wrought, nud soldered Jut at gold K and Is said to take and retain a ...

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