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

,5Ml v, -. v vm.wzyz S.yW-M SSBwftWf THE OHIOAGO ElOLE. 3HEE352?! IILAM'S HOLY COAT. ffVatte Whleh it Exhibited to tha Mtfc ful One' Every Ctntqry. Tlio Holy Cont of Mohamet, which If exhibited for tlic adomtlon of the faithful onco every hundred years, accord lag to tlio tradition was presented by the Prophet to a Yemen dervish, Was ol-Karnnl, ns a token of grntltudo for his services In discovering the use and preparation' of coffee, Is a kind of "chukva," or robe, with flowing sleeves somewhat similar to Western dressing gowns, which Is worn In the Levant by those whom foreigners aro accustomed to deslgnnto as Turks of the old school. It Is needless to add that Ms color Is green tlio huo above all others sacred to tho Prophet The extent to which tho garment Is venerated by nil true believers may bo estimated by tho fact that the principal and most cherished title of the Sultan Is that of "Hadum-uMIarcmecn," or Guardian of tho Holy Relic," Tho latter was brought to Constatlnoplo by...

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

8L-... . ar-j ipnmyniiwrwn 'lir iigawrn - . .. .. - , " i - - tf , - - j-j, V.BS6W3iRVWVl THE OHIOAQO H3A.O-L FLORIDA'S COCOANUT GROVES. A N.w Industry Spreading In tht Land ol of Flowtrs. RcsUltnts on Ulscaync llvr rtMtt more fully every year the ltnmenc value of the cocoanut tree, not oalv an vtuaracnt. but as talng of practical value as well, consequently numlien of tree bave been planted w Itfitn the lat year nil alom; the bay front, front liCiuon City to south of Cocoanut Orove, which place taUe. lt name from the suggestive growth that lwatitldcs Its water front. The trees at Miami, along the rlrcr mouth and bay hore, arc Ul to bo the oldest In the State, and arc by far the handsomest, their slender, worn boles and leathery tops showing to advantage above and among sm alter, less distinctive growth. On most of the new places along the shores these trees have been planted, a:td in a few years will greatly augment th beauty of this part of Florida. Hundreds ot acres of laud sulta...

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

.-(.; " r. u s T ... ft MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOC HALF AN HOUR TO LIVE MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOc Li AST summer I was stewing awny In the ofllee nnd wondering what ' crime I or my representative In some former Stnte had committed to be doomed to such a life, when one morning I received n noto from my old friend, Tommy Cameron, of Clinton. He begged me to como and stay with tilm for a month. Cameron met me nt the station, and ftcr an hour's drive through a most beautiful country wo reached Clinton. Here a surprise awaited me, for two young ladles came forward to greet us; they were tho Misses Cameron, and fcept house for their brother. I got on fairly well during the first week, as I kept with Cameron most of the time. Whether he gave mo away or not I annot say, but they seemed to know I was shunning them, and they tried every dodge as only women know how to draw mo out. I struggled hard against what I now considered my natural sel...

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

- if, a T.-ay -Stf in"Vt. m c ffy-i, t jiffftrrt t..n t H. SHEELER, House Mover and Raiser fecial attention paid to shoring up fronts, setting columns, lintels and girders, shoring up and straightening Moors. rick aid Stoie BolMtaf Msei aid loved. Office: Rooms 3 1 4, 83-85 Washington St., ITolopliuno Mnln TOO. RESIDENCE :-10 York Street. Office Hours, 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. Jniilders' and Traders' Exchange, Box 339. YARD : 15 to 31 York Street. Telephone West 67B. A. J. TOOLEN, iniiniin Room 602, No. 167 Dearborn Street. Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., WINES, LIQUORS au3 CIGARS. Saloon Fixtures! S alvatorT The following are some of the Stloons we have fitted up: 1 aWJ aB al w HI H masmiu itiMfBH ihjwkt, 51 Kandolph Street. WAOKKR k HAVSCHILD, corner Clark and Washington Streets. rAN-AMKRlOAN, 70 Monroe Street. JOHN ECCLE8, 83 Monroe Street. "THE TOSETTl," 104 and 106 East Madison Street. HELMKAMP BROS., corner 5th Avenue and Lake Street. R. X. McARTHUR MFG. CO., (Tel. Main 2635.) 1 93-5 R...

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

vv"; wl TitT JlSKJ1-WT,W'""rrl.W' i nraTHE OHIOA.OO EJjGHLiES. 11 American Brewing Co. JOHN A ORB, PRKSIOCNr. WILLIAM LCONER, vieirAts-HTMAS. WILLIAM H REHM, seencTAftr. tltlMMMM p Hf fiaaaVSff H SSsaWMBaEIn iflMHsEaflBaCTLietL rBBBBBBBBBBBBBBUiBBBBBBBBBBBi JiBB B BW4 T M B B 1 1 BB3 rdllflBrBBBBBlBBBBWBBBBBIBBB&BBBBBBBBBBkr-MWBB. B. frjaaFBF.ar IIBBBk.-KjKi, r "fc atfOStaaaKTmliU ill SsflssaaVlsvSiaaKiflH "PsaSfllwaiivftTj LMUabbbbbbW mi -LJk - HBBBBBBHBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaVMR I -f vr'7iWl V I BBBBW dBaaaaaaaaaaaaaai pn ! V IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm ' ll affiilLHSrC I asaaaasaaa Side Fr Brewery (b. Export Beei Cor. Augustas Paulina Sts. Chicago TELEPHONE WEST 129. U. S. A i DUMAS AND GOLDSMITH. ?hc Point or Kcftcmblanco U.twccn the Two Writers. DiimnH Hip elder lind not n few points of resemblance to Oliver Goldsmith. Jle could not help running Into debt, lvltiK nliiH largely to every one who demnnded them without ntopp!iiR to liiqii...

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

ft I THE OHIOAQO E-A.GHL1HS. lr 'i 1 turn TO LOAN AT M PER T 2 CENT. Wc have made loans at this rate, and tare more of the same fund on hand. Central luilness Property For Sale. 40 FEET, to blocks from the Court House. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St., near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. Map Mil & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. W. Depot, corner Klnilc and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. m. Sundajs. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' rfde. Two railroad stations on the property. Lots $100 and Upward. 97.00 CASH AMD $7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract furnished each purchaser. Matloaaaxesx TOTau&tecfta MlaSMC The Largest Exclusive Fur House of the Northwest, lasBsssasasasasasasssaEAs s .-Jww Tlav9SiBHBaaaai harley c. Mcdonald, 803 and 804 Masonic Temple. THE LEADING FASHIONABLE FURRIER. F. A. LANGLOIt, Manager. . THI OPPORTUNITY Of YOUR LIPS -We will continue onr arand FUR BALE let twe weeks, and win UOOK ORDE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

gOSSS &$& Ji." ""' 'Li "- -T-- i -yjri JjSfttvsfWWWl "iO,V"iwWw,-M(Af,;,, .; ywf-'".'-vMiiivv . iK! ..,-v, , SV-ft P- w- R" i; VOLUME XIV. BITTER WAR Hopkins Now Shows His Hand Openly and Has Started to Down the Governor. He Boasts that' He and His Gang Will Control Politically the Record, But Unless He Succeeds Better with His Primaries than He Did When Mayor He Will Be Beaten Badly in His War on Illinois' Great Chief Magistrate. Iu the light which he Iiiih Inaugurated to down Governor Altgeld, the very ixipuliii' ex-Mayor Hopkins cries loudly for fair primaries. What sort of fair primaries does hu want? Does ho want tho siuno kind of fair primaries that ho stood up for when ho wax MayorY Does ho want tho name kind of fair primaries, for Inn tame that ho gave tho pooplo of tho Eleventh Ward, when he ordered them to throw M. C. McDonald out of tho Central Coiuuilttec and put the Mayor's pet, Joseph SchoHeld, on In hU place? Schotlcld, by tho way, Is to lie th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

wu - i. r "i bw--v- '' i i m m- ! T' "T'i " " WIWWPWWpWP. I'W THE CHIOA.OO E3 .A. GH E3 . LAKESIDE RESTAURANT K I v GEORGE H. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. A Good Place to Bat. f-i IT . ,"7"p7'a'tttE My'l'y W1 ' KWSMtwj&-jft;.! -""lyM' vw M1 fCltleimn Kent Kntnte Itoanl. rroitiui-(tii)rm liltUioff. Jr. lee l'-i-oMenl-Jolm II. Knight. 'liviMiircr-i'liiirlc I.. Il'imtimml. Jecreliiry Knrl t.. lltiiiiliW'tnii. l.wtitl; t'Kiiiiiilttit diHiro It. IIIkIi. Allien i:. ll. (luoilrMite. Vtilviilttu II. Stirulinor. Vnlitill.m ,mtiiltlci'-)iiiilnt Smith, tMKir M. Hn.iw. Itoliprt I'. WnlKvr. Hi-njiiiiilii A. I -vlult'll Mini Julius II, Villi Vllmllip'll. I'tthlle ScrUio ('itiiiiiitii-o S'intli siiic: (Sen-ite ti. Viiriiir. IMnlti I, ilelrlivll. Nortli Wile: Jilllll Mrl'olllH'll. .1. I.CHN I'oflirull. --t Shift Albert J. Stone. Jiii-ob C. Muitlll, I'iihI (. Ston-laml. Moiitlo--liti Conitiitttro k.vin.m Ilnlnl, tMIIU (!, Jnk-oii, IMuiint s. Driver, l-:ti Bene 11. I'Mlilm-n. lli'iiry I.. Tiirni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

ySjSgSjJy! W ' v H t-" f,Br' ?r -y ' ii yqrf tt- v-o n"vi3w.v ' .w. ,- . .? .... 'hs----.ruiilii,itmk;ipmimiiir!.f i mm THE OHIO-A.OO ElOLE. 3 v MCI! Superior Court Judges. OS. E. GARY, Chief Justice. JONAS HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. SHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES QOQOIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. Iff. 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. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE , CLERK SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL 8. L LOWENTHAL. Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLOG. lupiioMii CHIcAnn. 1 Maim sua. erei m m are a jom j. svi:mk. Attorney at Law, 87 ai 89 Wiikliftei St., CHICAGO, IL.I. Ream 60S United tlttii Express Bultdint...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

., ... ,,-, ,.,, .s - ,.,,,,.. j,, ,Am: k -!Fmmmmmm THEOHIOAOO BJ A. 0 !j H3 . t ' i t ; it 1 1 i it Hie l)traoo itjlt. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -nHENRY F. DONOVAN. li Independent Political Sewspapcr, fearless and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $2 CO PER YEAR JU'lHrjl ALL CUMMl M(MtlO TO HKMRV F. DONOVAN, Editor and Prop-itor. S04 Ttutonlc UulMIng, S. K. Corner Wntliliiistou st. ami 1 Iftli Ave. ihiterod tt tin? PoduMiv tit Chlcaso, Illinois, us ec(i!il-i'l.tM niattor. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. Tlu Eagle t-an be ordered nt Charles Macdouuhl & l'.' literary emporium and hook store. ."..". Washington street. I.. 11. Jackson's periodical ami news depot. !i Clark street. Itobt. E. Burke's book, stationery, periodical and newspaper depot. !Mti IMvlslou street, mid at all llrst-eluss news stauds throughout the Went. IS TRACK ELEVATION DEAD? Wo are Informed through the dally pre.-s ami otherwise that there Is a proposition to he sulmiltted to the now City Council to the effect...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

S35i!SJSWS -n ''4 ' - vn J,r A t fftv ' J '''" J rM""J THE OHIOAOO EAOLE. The First National Bank . . . Of Chicago. (Paid-in Capital, $3,000,000 - - $2,000,000 LYMAN J. GAGE, President, JAS, B, FORGAN, Vice President, RICHARD J. STREET, Cashier HOLMES HOSE, Asst. Cashier. FRANK E.BR0WN, 2d Asst, Cashier, All classes of high;grade Investment .Itands 'bought and sold. Accounts of Merchants, Uanks. Bankers and Corporations solicited. 1 ravelers' Circular Letters ot Credit issued, available in nil farts of the world. Commercial Credits urnished for use in Importation of Merchandise from Foreign Countries. Transfers by Cable to the lending cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. JOHN C. HI'ItV flllWIDKST H. A. Ht'IlY VllT. fllKNIIIKNT OKU. I'.. Sl'ltY 8KC. and Tiikas. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE m THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank N. W. Gor. LaSalle and ladison Sis., Capital, - - - $1,000,000.00 Surplus, - - - 200,000.00 Q. B. SHAW President JOY MORTON Vice President WILLIAM KENT , S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

-v4 -.yi, .,.Kj.tA4mmitli?t n..jtf. Mhiini..pMw THE OHIOAOO BO-LEJ. ft J ifi ii !l il lit i i ( i BROSSEAU & CO., Commission Merchants. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 56 Board of Trade, WM. M. BOYLE, English Chop House Co. IT Cfeuincy fticet9 m "WriTt of FoartoCtloi 153 .VAN BUREN STREET. SOLID AS and the only place in the and receive immediate attention and the prompt execu tion of all orders in STOCKS. BONDS, GRAIN and PROvision; RMLTO GOHHISSION 00., Blalto Bulldlaf, 16S Tu Bonn St, CMesfo. Melrose Stables. A. H. KLEINECKE, Prop. Livery, Boarding and Sale Stables. CARRIAGES ASV A.TJL. HOURS, ymtUMUkvuw3i7. 1115-1117 Melroie St., Chicago. JOHNADANE Livery, BoardingiSale Stables 331 and 333 Webster At., (?8ff) Chicago. W. D. CURTIN Undertakers and Embalmers iu Wells St. T.l.BhOB tt. . tit. 148 and 150 WellOFFICES OPEN LZVERT. WM. EI8FELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer. Livery and Boarding. 86 and 88 Racine Avenue, Telephone North 270. CHICAGO. CHAS. BURMEISTER, UNDERTAKER!...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

rw-w -rf(rr'ffv wttWfr' a'p 'TTfJtV "TJ" W.'M' V ; TTfi Ti- srnT'THE OHIOA.0-0 BAQLE. it"' 1 L WATSON & EMU mj(m A'h ARCHITECTS 841 EAST ADAMS ST. Suite 49 Dexter Bldg. Telephone Harrison St WHOLESALE The Rtrotiet Tlmlicra A committee of the American Ahsoclntlonof Hnllwny BupurlutvtulontH tins recently lnvestltfiUi'il the sti-ciutth of timbers nml mntle n report, which In sotno ways tipsets old Ideas. For Inetance, the committee avers that, contrary to a widespread opinion, knots, oven when sound nml tight, arc one of the most detrimental features of timber for either beams or strttls. They also report that, except In top logs or very small and young timber, the heartwood, ns n rule, Is not as strong as tho wood farther from the heart of the tree. Itutt logs, If sound, arc stronger than top logs. Acetylene for Llnht and Power. Acetylene gas Is produced by inkling water to calcic carbon. Calcic carbon Is made by fusing together, In an electric furnace, carbon and lime. Ac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

' "' " A"-i ' A fall;' ', 1 ;i : t T2IHS OHIO-A.OO EAGLE. Fl fV . 1L ImCii W 4 It Htitmlilne Land. Tlioy c.itnc In night of n lovely shore, Yellow us ro1 In the morning llRlit; The sim' own color at noon It wore, Ami had faded not nt the (nil o( nights Clour weather or elomly 'twns nil as ona, The happy hills teemed bathed with the sun: Its secret the sailors could not understand, Out they called the country Sunshine Laud. What was the secret ? A simple t htnjr It will make you enille when ouco yo knowTouched by the tender finger of spring, A million !tosnms wore all aelow: So many, so many, so small and bright. They covered the hills with a mantle of llfibti And tho wild bee hummed, and tho glad breese fanned V Through the honeyed fields of Sunshlnt Land. If over the sea we two were bound, What port, dear child, would we choow for ours? Wo would salt and sail till nt last w found This fairy gold of n million flowers: Yet, darling, we'd dud, If at home w strayed, Of many nad small J...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

ice i- -j- ny t,7 -s- THE O ' " ' umfmmm I I .BSSra.'r' JEjflL "pKXjfip-e Un steamer had Just cleared Blngapore. My duty In the engine room was done, and I was Bitting with the mato on tho brldgo watching "2r tho downward sweep of the tropic dusk. ''It puts mo In mind of a thea ter suBset," he was saying; "they always go by on tho run. And that was a pretty theatrical bit you had In the en-Jltae-room." ho said to my chief, who tad Joined us. Wo had found all tho trata but ono off tho counectlng-rod bead; had another half-turn been made -oar engines would have been a sorupheap. "Only once has It happened before," aid my chief, "and there was grand tableau, as you call It, but sot In the aglne-room. Our stem and three wallyed Junks wcro the actors. It was up there," Jerking his head northwards. "There was nothing but a thousand odd tiles of water and a dusting of Islands between us and Hongkong." The mato held a lighted match to the chiefs pipe, and set him drifting on with the curren...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

"- vi" A !y VV V ''' 'RVV'Fi,j( rt f, j, ipM- THE CHIOAaO EAQLE. i ! ' f,J i'l ft u ii I 'I i i t l ! ! I t- H. SHEELER, House Mover and Raiser Special attention paid to shoring up fronts, setting columns, lintels and girders, shoring up and straightening iloors. Brick and Stone Buildings Raised and loved. Office: Rooms 3 & 4, 83-85 Washington St., Telephone Mnln TiH. RESIDENCE: 15 York Street. Oiiice Hours, 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. Builders' and Traders' Exchange, Box 339. YARD : ID to 31 York Street. Telephone West 675. Saloon Fixtures! S alvatorT A. J. TOOLEN, ill W Hill Room 602, No. 167 Dearborn Street. Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., 1U0MCIIM "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURQ, QOO XiStSSalle flit., ... Olalomeo. IIIHHflfllilMwfK:M flHliVSiM ly JcVHHnlHH V; v amUKlif!kWaSmKKaBaWawlk, The following are some of the Saloons we havo fitted up: MASONIC TEMPH5 MJFFKT, 51 Randolph...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

T,' r THE OHIOAQO HJA.OL.E3. 11 1 American Brewing Co. JOHfl A ORB, PRESIDENT. WILLIAM LCONER, vieeratar.&TKAs. WILLIAM H. RCHM, 3ECBCTAH. ITewery (Ja -TOl-MCi yS,J,ii5!S& T3? iJSJJVJj.-VPVTW' (' .5S 4 f r (J1 mmM7AMGM2mFi f WL ft .-- xf .fL&E&x&h 1SBW 'i atf-:3MMtiMLa& , aii dm -r v it . jia niK. w. i.mir ,'ai.fm.i-i 'Ww'fli.lWiTRPIwIWBBWWIiW' :limELS WfLfigg,. ST-Side Brewery (b. Export JBeeb Cor. Augusta sPaulina Sts. tfuiCAGO TELEPHONE WEST 139. V U. 3?A El J aWAW..1A6?JTJ1iBrP7'-r MaWMI !f ' m&aUU& VFA CIQAR.MAKINQ MACHINE. An Invention Which Will devolution Ire the lndltatry. A inncliliio which bids fnlr to levolulionize tho clKiir-innklnn Imlnolry linn lioon liivi-nli-d nt Hlniiliiitlinin, N. Y. Atuctiltu'Miircon exhibition In oiicrntlnu there now, and me turning out mnoolhJy bunched nnd neatly wrapped flnn; at the Rite of 3.000 er (In y for eneh idm chine. TliN Is nboiit three tim...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 18 April 1896

Tf' i l'$ vs . , ' TW "'?". ' '''() '.' "''? ' V ,s'vir?f l u ( t THE! CHIOAOO BJLO-rjE.. ' ' 'i'Vjf rf if j. .' MUM I 1 urn t i ft MONEY TO LOIN 1 Bnnlap Smitb & Cosl AT 41 PER 2 CENT. We hate made loans at this rate, and lave Bote of the same fund on hand, Ceitrtl Inilneis Property For Sale. FEET, two block from the Court Heat. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St, near Halited, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. W. Depot, corner Kimie and Wells St?., at 1:30 p. tn. Sundajs. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' ride. Two railroad stations on the property. Lota SIOO and Upward. 7.00 CASH AND 97.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract furnished each purchaser. Msalesssasaataa, TtTsuttad fl. E. HVRLBUT k CO., Building and Improved Real Estate LOANS wmm TI11 Largest Eiclnsive For H of tie Nortbw est Hy&iffflfa'i, $ffi&ffi afyaadSiLV iBsisstisssHJVBvtfBVBBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBsT No. 8 TVashin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

JfWsSiffiW'l flifrff--'ijfti - '"-' -.L-w-L-i i a. Tr"- "" n; - " - cT I) i r a o o 3BE'$igle VOLUME XIV. Illll' WIULD LIKE TO HE W The Popular Ex-Mayor Would Like to Be Chairman of the National Democratic Committee. With That End in View He Favors Either a Bimetallic or Monometallic Platform. He Is with Free Silver If It Is on Top, Otherwise He Will Take Chances with Gold. He Is the The Honorable .Toliu I. Hopkins studied tlio financial question twenty minute Inst summer and decided to be for free silver. He Hot up ii free silver convention nnd demnnded the coinage of sliver at the ratio of ltl to 1. He thought he wan oil top. Hut on going to New York, from whence he Imbibes many of IiIh pollt leal Ideas, he discovered that the gold standard was the thing In New York, mo that now, John P. la for gold. He la for cither gold or silver, hut mainly, he li after the National Committeeship, Delegaleahlp-at-large to the national convention, aud Memlwrshlp-oMarge of the Btuto Central Commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

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