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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

fdwwrW T" 'p'V'rM '" v-"?. ' ry r-jf;7'-'--T7TMS5M?7Vl WvHWWW'Wi iiiv'h..'"J- -i.-i.- -- -..,? I' THE8 OHIOAQO EAClLB, JUDICIARY Superior Court Judges. . fOfl. E. O ART, Chief JttMle JONA1 HUTOHINiON. HENRY If. iHEFARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES OOGOIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. .JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Cleric Circuit Court Judge .If. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. R. S. TUTHILL. R W. CLIFFORD. IEDMUND W. BURKE ELBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. O. H. HORTON. OHAS. G. NEELY. County .JUDGE CLERK Probate Court. JUDGE C. C. KOHLSAAT CJLiUK. iiiiiil.tiiiift.MKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii A. O. COOPER VxxERX t't't ........... J AA1jS FJEjASE TATE'S ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. LEADING MEMBERS OF THE BAR 8. L. LOWENTHAL. Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. ffiSJSPt CHICAQO. JOM J. SWE1E, Attorney at Law, 7ui8IWiihlitfi8L, GIIIC.A.GO, ILL Ream 609 Unittd Statee Express ltilld...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

f "?. jri - H--"T J-l' iyv W ' M'fl ; TTfS , "HP" lff, 7s nJ! THIS' OHIOAO-O BAQLE. llje Cbtcaoo a0k PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. Aa la4epiHtat PBltthal Hwppr, FMrtt$$ mn4 Truthful. SllSCWPTtON KATES, 12 H PER YEAR ADftlSS AM, COVMVMf ATIOSS TO HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor art Proprietor, 04 Ttatonk BalMtag , 8. E. Corner Washington St. and Fifth Aw. Entered nt tlio I'ostofflce at Chicago, Illinois, as second-class matter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Eagle cau be ordered nt Charles Macdonald & Co.'h literary emporium and book store, S3 Washington street, L. H. Jackson's iicrlodlcal and news depot, 05 Clark street, llobt. E. Burke's book, stationery, periodical and news paper depot, 341) Division street, and at all flrst-claaa news stand through out the West. REFORM THE SPECIAL A88E8SMENT 8Y8TEM. Now that the city officials conducting the Investigation of accounts In the special assessment department have unearthed the fraudulent methods of one firm of rebat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

jlgjggf wwmim .mnmwwM THE OHIOA.OO EAGLE. The First National Bank... Of Chicago. faid-in Capital, $3,000,000 Surplus, - - $2,000,000 ' LYMAN J, GAGE, President, JAS, B, FORGAH, Vice President, RICHARD J, STREET, Cashier HOLMES HOQE, Asst, Cashier. FRANK E.BR0WN, 2d Asst, Cashier, All classes or high-grade Investment .Bonds bought ana sold. Accounts of Merchants. uanks, Bankers and Corpora -tions solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ten 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. sntY riir.sinKKT 8. A. BfHY VlCK l'HMlDKNT GEO. E. BrilY HKO. AND TRIAS. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE -AMI SHINGLES. Miami ta, m of at st, CHIOAGO, ILL. CAHtL 32-'-CA!IllL 46 THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank N. W, Cor. LaSalle and Madison Sis., Capital, -Surplus, - - $1,000,000.00 200,000.00 Q. B. SHAW President JOY MORTON Vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

iS7SKS v ",1 ' 't VI .-Il-V R355 THE OHIOAO-O BAOL.E, If t W 'WWwpnnwiwi'WimjijHii BROSSEAU & CO., Commission Merchants. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 55 Board of Trade, WM. ft BOYLE, English Chop House Co. IT Cfcuincy JSti-eet, UTturt oT X9sjiottioei 153 .VAN BUEEN STREET. SOLID AS and the only place in the and receive immediate attention and the prompt execution of ell orders in STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN and PRO VISIONf RMLTO COMMISSION 00., Rlslto Building, 153 Ysn Burcn St, CbJeago. Melrose Stables. A. H. KLEINECKE, Prop. Livery, Boarding and Sale Stables. CARBUGE8 AT ALL HOURS. Ti,pfc.MunTuwatT. 1115-1117 Melroie St., Chicago. JOHN AD ANK Uvery, BoardingSale Stables S31 and 339 Webster At., QEgSW!) Chicago. W. 0. CUR-TIN & CO., Undertakers and Embalmers 144 Wells St. TSISBaOBS Msrtk, tit. as-a-a-a-aa-aa V1jIHR'BBIR1rR ssssrsssssssrasaBBBSBBsas1 LIVERY. 148 and 150 Well. St., GHIOAOa OFFICES OPEN DAT AMD MIOHT. WM. EI8FELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer. Livery ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

WBflWiP CWiV4.AfUJJillmL-HtHl Vftvfrgfr ''' ' THE! OHIOA.OO EAGLE. HI il M. f&mwx; ;fti JOMS. s' WHOLESALE WATSON k HAZLETON, Tfr VSHI B IKtvHHIHBKr' -. CaVnmaJB) 4 0 KKlHilUiEKt Hi MK'yaflNl PHSzHaaaLaHaaHrai Better Road. A corrcRpondcnt of tho Youth' Goo panlon aenda a suggestive clipping from a local paper. Tho Idea la ad Tanced tbat ono reason why the farm era of the country cannot hare frea tests! alcMrerjr la that roada are ae bard to travel. If tho roada were good, poatmen on cycles might deliver the aialla everywhere. Tho thought la one which dwellers In tho country will do well to ponder. The Increasing Interest In the subject la attested by tho space given to the discussion of tho question in the dally newspapers and other periodicals. In a recent Issuo of the New York Independent Professor Bhaler of Harvard University and several other ezperta fill eight pages with their con tributlona respecting tho need of bet tcr common roada, tho best methods of constructi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

r ni "'I1- iiiji,Nwwjjtj wfcmwN' fWyBir Wi.'8j tW?'-""1"'-' iT' n'"' Ititt XJT "TrfflV'j'0Ti!iTrf.TjW4'ik.'VJ!! THE. OHIOAQO E-A-OLE. LUCIEN BONAPARTE. Wee the Ablest and Moat Cea teoaa of the Emperor's Brother. Th younger brotber bad, after tat first Jurmtlo boats of radicalism, be come a moderate republican, holding kls convictions resolutely. Having oa posed tbe hereditary consulate for Na poleon, he withdrew, unmindful of any reward he might have claimed for his services of Drumalre, to lead a life of study and cultivate his Inborn literary, tastes. On the death of his first wife,' by whom he had two daughters, hs married, In direct opposition to Na poleon wishes, the beautiful and accomplished Mme. de Jauberthon. This was In 1803; he had been importuned to put her away nnd lend himself to the project of buttressing the empire by himself accepting n crown and contracting a royal marriage. Ho was by far the ablest and most courageous of the Bonaparte brothers, but his heart was t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

,. tj, "fn- -B-1'Kr-Jin-v-(MtfiY,J?fVlli l,llH'lllfr,r' T"W THE OHIOAOO EAOLE. pto T!TOirB';'-' ir . 1 A : GIFT ' : OF : THE : GODsTj EDWARD HARDY, an artist of much promise, and bis friend, Alfred Moore, the art critic of the Planet, were smoking In the studio of the jjrmer. It was a dollghtful morning, with the sun streaming lato the room, and through the open windows came the hum of the streets fatermlngled with the chirping of birds. "By George, Hardy," suddenly Moore burst out, as be dropped upon a cbalr, with his eyes fixed In wonder on a painting In front of him "surely this la a product of a master hand! I're aerer seen you working at It?" "No," answered the irUst "I've done it In the strictest privacy; It's been a labor of love to me for the last three jrears; since, In fact, I began an artls tic career. It's finished now, and I feel as If I bad lost something out of my life." "Anyhow, It shows that you're a painter of genius, old man," said the critic, with genuine appreci...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

'-- fctVfl.'((r 4 'rnJ. tHr .-vr TTT THE OHIOAQO ESJLO-3LiS. H. SHEELER, House Mover and Raiser Special attention paid to shoring up fronts, setting columns, lintel and girders, shoring up and straightening floors. Mck and Stone Building i Railed and Io?cd. Office: Rooms 3 & 4, 83-85 Washington St., IVlopliono Mnlu t30. RESIDENCE: 15 York Street. Office Hours, 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. BoHdera and Traders' Exchange, Box 339. TARD : 15 to 31 York Street. Telephone West 675. A. J. TOOLEN, fllllilfl wiKi CIGARS Room 602, No. 167 Dearborn Street. Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., i FORMERLY VARNELL'S. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer, S. W. RIDERBURQ, BO XjetsBalle flit. ... Obloasoi m El W ft! "Si y Saloon Fixtures! The following are tome of the Saloons we have fitted up: MASONIC TEMPBE BUFFET, 51 Randolph Street. WAGNER A 1LVUSCMLD, corner Clark and Washington Street, PAN-AMKIUCAN, 70 Honroo Street....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

strop i ' 7f Fy7 iT qtJst . -Y (Vlv tt1 V'l -" V c . sfmj - "T1 wirf " VT ip THE OHIOAQO HSJLO-lLiS3. American Brewing Co. JOHN A ORB, rnceiDCNT. WILLIAM UCONER.vieepntST.HTWAS. WILLIAM H.REHM, stCBCTAftr. REWERY (Jg - . ,V 1 'hi(zr " ait) ., 3smP4iJK MsUmWm BBLaaaSaaaBe"' a fHMZJVll fSSJ" itllBCTBEf i-v '.-aflft '-ft HA f rti- 1 AftiELS :tlc st-Side Brewery (b. Export Beer Cor. Augustas Paulina Sts. f HICAGO. TELEPHONE WEST 129. U. S. A HOME MADE BICYCLES. Attracted More Attention than the High Grade Wheel. Wlillc there were liuiulrcdn of different mnktu of bicycles on exhibition nt the. cycle show Iti New York AN Ot.n STYI.B PATTKtlN. city, there were none tlint nttractcd more nttcntlon thnu the two which are here shown. They were innde by conn try lioya who were determined to ride bicycle, but who did not have cnith enough with which to purchnno a factory wheel. The first Illustration !s of a wheel constructed by n New Jersey lad. It Is nfter the style of the old-fnshtoned high "...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 25 April 1896

'5J I 1 ' Hi,! THE OHIOAQO EAGLE. iiiy h mm 1Z PER "f 2 CENT. AT Wt kate made loans at this rate, and fcMt more of the same fund on hand. Otitrtl lulieis Proierty For Sale. iH FEET, two blocks from the Court W House. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St, near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. Dnnlap Smith & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. V. Depot, cornet Kinile and Wells St;., at 1:30 p. m. Sundays. KREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' ride. Two railroad stations on the property. Lots $100 and Upward. $7.00 CASH AMD $7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract furnished each purchaser. H. E. UTRLBUT CO, Building and Improved Real Estate mmm Tti Largest Exclnsiva For House of tie Northwest harlev c. Mcdonald, 03 and 804 Masonic Temple, THE LEADING FASHIONABLE FURRIER. P. A. LANGLOIt, Manage)!-. -TMB Of "OJITUIjlTY OP YOUR MFC -W. will coatlnae oar mad TVM BILK est tire wnu, aaa wiTJ BOOK OROXRB tor fatar delivery at the following...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 May 1896

aj axi ifTv "V "yt "rl "-"p" f V " . f - - t k vV'ot "- rp"t.TVf " T" ,- f p"'t t -r-fw 5nu - &F& 3 r r v ? 'tm fr 3VA1 "INDEPENDENT IN ALU THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME XIV. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, AY 2, 1896-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 313. fVl"' fTT. r fi'J6)lfrrv 4 a :.. .' tl j V' ALTGEM WILL The Demooraoy of Illinois Will Certainly Name the People's WarHorse (or Governor. County After County Is Swinging in Line for Him and Demanding His Renomination. His Peerleu Record as a State Official Is the Admiration of All Citizens, While His Matchless Courage and Grand Executive Ability Place Him First in Statesmanship. The Democrats now have n chnnce to decide whether they want to carry Cook County this full or not. With (low Altgeld at the head of the ticket Cook 'County will go Democratic by 25,000 mnjorlty. The whole county ticket will be carried through with him. The lalior vote and the great Independent vote will lie with him to a man. The State's Attorney, The Rec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 May 1896

"' '1tM?4nqHt 11Vmr- t-T" vfr,i(i k1"M Wu'W ' it e rrT,11 to- , V v n,fj Vflri THE OHIOAOO EI .A. O-Ij Hi . tlH'tV U of VillllO. Imt 111 till WHO of uitKH".iitoit! liiivltii: an iwtultlUlnM lnifliu"vs which hii u liintki't vahu iiml ivultl bo sold In tlu opi'ii market, thl Is m-t thi tM-n', Tho tiiiMNlu'rs of tillfcivat I'aiHT (i-Kitim tho riht. Milium, to illi-tato to tho ootiiiiiunlty uiioti ovory liuhtlr iiU")lloti. They lewium the rlslit to ilenutituv ho:noevor they ilea.e. They are la a -eiwe ahove and beyond the law, Tor a ioor lulvato Individual tun nn nraetleal remedy nr:ilnt an tinJiijh attaek niton In jurt. and yot they manaae to throw the hurdeti of nUiiort Ins our government uium the slioulder. of other.-". ft c;iliiti Cnr Clinrucn, Duihu the l.it twenty years the lrlces of all eoniinodltlo n well as the I'tirr.vlns vharpe of rallroiuW have been ledueed from !'.0 to tv per eelit.. hut our liiHiplo ntlll have to pay the old extortionate rates for leeplns ear Hervlee. whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 May 1896

JZi T . . t! -. -. .-TZ IT. . a - l. -. u . . . . .-n ., . -tJ try, I il( a- f , S 5 fjl 1 irt 1 rfl- trr VI ' W W jt V'f, ' TT 'r' e " wpwx "i THE OHIOAOO HSjJLGHjHS. ! i-jT- n .-' r n flsaM'Jfl Wa P ' .U a' f if ?Tg i ' JQTi 1' HW "M .T J-M) rj V-T "" " r ' - ! ' 1 If s '' JUDICIARY OF COOK COUNTY. Superior Court Judges. fOS. E. O ART, Chief Jostle. 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. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. M. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. WATERMAN. R S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAM& 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 Court JUDGE ORRIN R. CARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. f UDGBniMiiffflMMttiittfiititti C. C. xCOxlLSAAx CXjxiib tfttt ei O. COO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 May 1896

"junmvfiT- "V" , "' i n( -6J?, tfc J V' m-ri - THE OHIOAOO EAGLE f lie l)i(gflo ,fllt PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -nvHENRY F. DONOVAN. Independent Political Newspaper, FtaHet and Truthful. SlISCWPTION RATES, $2 H PER YEAR AffftHe Alt, COVMlMCATlim TO HENRY F. DONOVAN. Editor ail Proprietor, 8"4 Teutonic Ballding , S. K. Corner Washington St. ami Hfth Ave. Entered nt the FostoRlce at Chicago, 2111boIj, a seeoiul-ela.ss matter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The I'aclo can bo ordered at Charles Mucdotiald & Co.'s literary emporium aud book store. ."." Washington street, I.. II. Jackson's periodical and news lcMt. t5 Clark street, Itobt. E. Hurkc's book, stationery, periodical and newspaper depot, ;i4t) Division street, and at all tlrst-clas- news stands throughout the West. ALTQELD FOR GOVERNOR. Despite the efforts of the nutl-Altgcld combination In Cook County, there Is but one thing for the Democrats to do this year In their State convention, and that Is to nominate John P. Al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 May 1896

7iF5p?ycro?in7yA. '?tS T.-Myfe.y,rigjitajH '"' rno;riiiwmiiiwtii wi THE OHIOAGO 3 A O-L E3 . ; 1 The First National Bank... OfChlcago. raid-in Capital, $S,0O0,(KH) Surplus, $2,060,000 LII4N J. 0A6E, Pmlldl. JAS. B, FORM, Vice FretUeit, BICH4RD J. STREET, Caitler HOLMES HOSE, Ant. Casbler. FB AKK E. BR0WM1 Ant. Gasoler. All classes of high-grade Inrestment Bonds bought and told. Accounts of Merchants, Banks. Bankers and Corporations 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. Kl-nv rniutnicxT 8. A. sriiY VlCK PMMIDKMT GEO. K. 81'JIY Hkc. and Trias. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank N. W. Cor. LaSalle and Madison Sts., Capital, -Surplus, - - $1,000,000.00 200,000.00 O. B. SHAW President JOY MORTON Vice President WILLIAM KENT Second Vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 May 1896

.fcjWv ivaJ t, ( .t'mJW' MW pTf T-UIC OHIOAOO EAGLB3. hr. BROSSEAU & CO., Commission Merchants. G?AW AND PROVISIONS. 55 Board of Trade, WM. M. BOYLE, English Chop House Co. XT Quincy ftieet. Bart of PoatoQlciti 153 .VAN BUEEN STREET. SOLID AS and tho only place in tho and receive immediate attention and the prompt exeou tion of ell orders in STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN and PROVISION BULTO COMMISSION 00., RIslto Building, 16i Tn Bonn 8L, Chlesco. Melrose Stables. A. H. KLEINECKE, Prop. Livery, Boarding and Sale Stables. CARRIAGES AT ALL HOURS. TdtymttofctviiwaiT. 1115-1117 Melroie St., Chicago. JOHN ADAKK Lhrery, Boarding!! Sale Stables 331 and 338 Webster At., flTJgff) Chicago. W. 0. CURTIN & 00., Undertakers and Embalmers 144 Wells St. TSlSpfcOS Kant. est., LIVERY 148 and 150. Walla St., CHIOAOa orrxcEs open day ajtd niokt. WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer Livery and Boarding. 86 and 88 Racine Avenue, Telephone North 270. CHICAGO. CHAS. BURMEISTER, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 May 1896

wVg-'Nwaff THE) QBLgJACC SAGHjJBP. NBQRO CITY IN AFRICA. , Rmtraordlaary Coamaltr ReceaMy Vltlted by MUtloaarj. The following marvelous story ta toM toy Rev. Joalah Wrong, whose own Wgh character, together with the fact that no one has challenged the nutJientloity of the story, make credible what would Wherwtao Inspire doubt. The atory la toldx illustrate tho Illness of the Chris, tlan negro to evangelize Africa. It It an account of a visit to an African city on the Kama!, n tributary of tho Congo, whoso king hnd threatened with 'Instant dcaHi any visitor to his capital or any guide who should conduct one tnKher. So for nlno years oil attempts to reach tt had been futile. When Mr. Shepherd came, speaking the King's own language nnd being of his own color, Ktng-Laguba received him ktadly and showed him every attention. This la what Mr. Shepherd saw: They attended him to the city, and ho found what he had not seen before In Africa, a fenced city, with broad, cleau streets In which hun...

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

! ( "t ""' - - fcf i? H Af7? !i$M- xYi Tff ' "V'.ytrWi V1 THB OHIOAO-O HSAGHLiHS. EARLY DAYS IN ILLINOIS, Itemeetlc Life in the Kra of the Wall ad the RattWanake. MWcn 1 wns a young mtn oat In McLean County, Illinois," Mid Klna than Hockwcll, a New York oetogeunrtan. "1 walked four tulles through a deep snow to mco my girl one night, and more mow began falling so heavily that I couldn't get buck home across the prairie, and had to stay at her folks' fcouse all night. There was nothing strange In that, as settlers were few and far between, and It was common for neighbors to stay all night with one another. There was nothing strange, cither, lu my having on a pair of buckskin breeches, for cloth was a scarce article with us In those doys, nnd what wo had was homemade. Deer was plentiful, and buckskin clothing waa common apparel In the winter. "The breeches I went sparking In that night were made from a skin that hadn't been properly dried, and were a little green yet. My girl's folks ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 May 1896

rv t T' ' t . THE OHIOAOO B3 .A. GULES. CALLING THE CAMELS HOME. 1 1 H was very dark irfjflrt when llnbl trallah arrived with hla nlno camels nt tas kmoly Zhob Lety post on the road U Dera Ismail Khan. Though a na Mrs ef the regions round about, he, with tree Mohammedan recklessness, turaed to sleep, leaving bis beasts unsaddled p forage during tbo rest of the night. smH wonder that at dawn the loss of to whole nine was reported at the Marast post. The loss was promptly attributed to cattle-lsftors, a a band C Waslrls had been rumocsd to bars mm from the Mahsud tribe durlaff the test few days. "Saddle and ridel" was tie order of tho day. Baksban Khan sipped his medicine phial into bis pocket Warir Khan put a chlllum and soma tobacco Into his holster, Instead of bis ration pocket. GurdH Blnh put a twiataf cloth containing opium Into bis tur aa. The English offlcer crammed half taosen cbupattlea aad a flask of whhv rtato bis pockets. In twenty aaUratea ftsen armed mon were galloping t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 May 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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