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

llWTaspffwpiiJiqiw'jy '- THE OHIOA.OO EO-LE. vt. V tho world. Wo did not tret to sec the stiltiin personally, but we saw Ifnkkl Hey, who treated tis with the utmo9t consideration. The sultan, however, sent tho rufcn each a pack mtv, of cigarettes and he bent confections for the women. "We spent Palm Sunday at Messina. From there I took a short excursion to Taormlna, ,at the foot of Mount ,Ktna. At that place there arc tho ruins of an ancient theater. The vlow there Is considered the finest In the world. On one sldo Is Mount .Ktna, with .its smoky, cloudy environs, on tho other the straits of Messina, and again on another the coast of Italy. Tho coast itself Is beautiful. Tho climate Is as pure as any In tho world It certainly is a most delightful spot, more so, possibly, than even the Itlvlcra. The orchards along the roads uro tccmlnj with lemon and orange trees. In fact tho lemons are so cheap this year that they aro not being picked. Nnw Pompcll and IterrutandUm. "Wo left that bea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

THE OHIOaOO E A. O-Xj EJ . u - ' -,-( h i b t FOR TOE EAGLE. Collation of News from All Over the World. TESTING A MAN OP OAa 'I Fttit if Pilitlcil, Comrclil md M irtUtelllgeiei, THoroajfiljSltUi ftr Euli Rutin. Danger tn 8w eat-SImp. "ftsf secret o( the mtiujr sporadic outMalt la towns far from Chicago, thu aactwU of uiiaU-ixx, It out at Inst. dls,se Is transmitted by the product t the wiit-tiops. Ucprcsentattvcs of M State Hoard, of Health of Illinois. Michigan, Obto, Indiana, ami the United CtatX Marine Hospital Service have been oa the ground, and And clothtuir, In process rM manufacture, lu tunny sweat-shops where there are eaio of small-pox. nnd taw goods aro sent out without the slightest funitgatlou. Ibe manufacturers havo keen aaketl to meet the health represent sUlvea, and unto they take stops for their protection their goods will be barred osst of bordering Mites. Furthermore, tinIsjsm the tocitl health department shorn Its efficiency by at once stamping out smallsjos the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

HEW t'OUNTEHt'EIT. It Is of the Tvnelinllnr Vitrletr unit Is Said to lip UnngrrtiiK. The secret crvlco of tho Treasury Is Informed of tho cxl.ttuiico of a now nud dangerous counterfoil of tho two-doling Treasury note It I of the sorles of lfdl, chock lottor l J. Poimt I llltiinn, Itcgls. tori U N. Morgan, Tre.tsureri with Mc l'bersoti's portrait nro on tho nolo, which 1 a trltlo smaltor than tho gonuttio and Is printed on soft, tllinsy paper. The numbering Is poor, both ns to formation and color, being nl most brown or chocolato Instead of cat mine. 'Jhosoalls ubout ono-slxtcetith of tin Inclr smaller than tho genuine, nnd Is a dull and faint red Instead of bright pink a Is tho genuine. In the Mcl'herson portrait tho collar In tho counterfeit shows nil around In front, giving tho whiskers tho appearance of being trimmed. Tho flguro "2" In the lower right corner fuco of the genuine 1 missing In tho counterfeit Tho latho work on the faco of the noto Is well executed. The nolo I regard...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

"HWrXy " r "m f ivTjFffiPV'l""r -n r vt fw- Tr r Ui' THEE OK-IOAOO Bi .A. O-Ij Bl . ij ' " 1 !' A K JF iv bT & 1 v wl tran ifr !'; Ibfc' 7 . i f 9 i FIRE-PROOF STORAGE ROOMS aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB H HHBilfi t faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai ii iniin iiv. 'r'aBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal II II HHHH'i' m VHHIHHB THft HIRAM SIBLIY PIRC'PROOP WAHEHOlttW. For Valuable Household Goods Pianos, Trunks, Statuary, Libraries, etc. Careful men to 1 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. fjP "KiBBBBBB" FEIIA13L Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seneco. SENECO P. UOLBAMA. cnicacro, p. mm & co, Real Estate. 113 Wstl Division Strait, JAS. A. O'COMLL C0 teal Contractors ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ' ALL KINDS OF WORK. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO. J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. THE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

i.)ff,A4BJg.-. -5." ' .- v .'u ..'..Af.1 .;,',-,-a;1- '-5,- ,t , -A,,,u:i.;ug3a!aasift ft THE 0 HI 0 .A. Gt-O !BJ .A. a L. 3 . fr?sta?-'SJ7W B. 1.. Kt 4 a. , r iIN I f 4 V i,'' t'. FIRE-PROOF STORAGE ROOMS . BSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSSwlVBBBSBnSBSBsTifV?ii tM-sissssssssssssssssVll IHHH&1V1 zrg&ssssssssssssssssssVil -IIIssHlBsMwfj-' saslssssssssssssssssssV II WHIBohI 'MVSSjgg THE HIRAM IIBLIY Flftt-WOOr" WAREH0U6N. For Valuable Household Goods Pianos, Trunks, Statuary, Libraries, etc. Careful men to lhandle. Furniture Van for moving. Safety and security guaranteed. Rooms shown at any time. HIRAM SIBLEY & CO., Proprietors. Offices: 12 and 14 North Clnrk Street. Cj" '""Sbsmbbssss- fe:iiai3l Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seiieco. SENECO F. IIOLBAMA. onicacro. F. QOLBASSA & CO. Real Estate. 113 Wnl Division Strut, JiS. 1 0'COIELL HO, General Contractors ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ' ALL KINDS OF WORK. 12 Selden...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

jF IH PUNISHMKNT OF CHILDREN. FruM Mut Ilrbtikr. Imt Thrt Ar lllKlit iiml Mrouit V). "flic runMituont of Children" wai the subject of tin addre dcl.vcrctl ny M. :. .MatiKasarlan tit Chlcairo before the Society of Kthlc.il Culture. " 'ParadluV said Mohittnnied. 'lies at the foot or lareuu Wo sliall neier solve the tnjritlcvliu: problems of life until we know how to cdueato children. It we save the cradle wo save the future. Wo save children, we reap men and women. The homo Is a little moral empire. We cannot have order without law. Law Is void without some pcualtv. 1'aln ana pleasure are the two educators of life. Pleasure developes the positive virtues: the ttlsclpllneof pain Is titwi tlve. Education Is ti twisted chain tuadc of these two teacher, Jov and pain. It Is foolish to attempt to make education stand onlv on one foot. "If the parents decline to use any authority over their children, the children will not hesitate to exercise authority over their parents. We cannot live on e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

" -WffWff TJ' ttrtw' fiffw wrn "r rm -vtf nvji.y?rr THE OHIOAQO EAGLE. n -vw r'oifm' 3 r. iv It r ). K 5 r si 1 it A CRADLE SOXG. Mil the lnVo, and ntlll the Held; Still tho feathery pine Is; Would my deep Could bona deep, And na calm ns thine Is! Child of enrth nnd nlr nnd sun, Stir not in thy sleeping; Lie nt rest On nnturo'8 hrent Trust thee to her keeping! Powers of enrth nnd nlr nnd sun, Bcncnth, nround, nhove thee, Lend their chnrm To ward oflt linrm All that lives must love thee. Lo, the gentle sprites of spring In homnge kneel before thee, Or hovering On silent wing, Keep wntch frnternnl o'er thee. May they stilt nttend thy steps Vk'herosoe'er thou gocst; Pure nnd fair As sun nnd nlr Be nil tho lovu thou ktioweitl Itlll the lake, nnd still the field; Stilt the feathery pine Is; Would my sleep Could be ns deep, And ns calm ns thltio 1st Atlanta Constitution. Tuskers Private UirK. Wlton I wns qulto n young mnn I counted ninong my closo friends n prlvnto detective. Tho two of u...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

io THE OHIOAGrO E .A. O-X-i EJ . JOHN S. 1'OOKK, Tros. nd Trrai lil.VltLKS V. COOK!!, Set-. -COOKEBrewing Company. 2lli Street and Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, U.S.A. BREWER3 AND BOTTLERS Of MB9B1 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. D. 1893. The Medals and Awards were received on the strength of the Chemical Analysis made by the United States Uovernment Chemist, which is a guarantee to the public of its purity and healthful qualities. The P. Schoenholen Brewing Co. EXPORT EDELWEISS HOFBRAU. Corner Canalnort Avenue and Eighteenth St, Chicago , TELEPHONE CANAL 9. LAKE VIEW HEADQUARTERS! FRANK A. BAER, Sample Room. 1341 North Clark St., corner Dewey Ct. Hotel "Pilsen. RESTAURANT AND BUFFET. 99 YOITA & STAINER, Prop'rs, 180 and 182 East Washington SI., noar 5th Av., Chlciga. M. SABLICH. P. P. PENOVICH. B. J. REILL...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 12 May 1894

THE OHIOAQO 3 .A. O-X-i EJ . 11 r n . t " 'r i p 't U l. fl I fl vtl A! j , ' BREWED OF THE BEST MALT Id In Kegs Talipkoaa West 1S0. , August Maritzen, Architect and Eiper for Brewerc anfl Maltsters Office, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 40, 48, No. 177 La Salic St., Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1633, ... tusrnim WEISS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. 11 un Mil-w-etVLteee, "Wis. OFFICE n CHICAGO. Onion and Erie Streets. Tli B0TTLDI6 DEPABTMEHT. 29 f est Onto Street Tt)tru43l2. hi IILll MilwaukM, Wis. HENRY UIHLE1N, President ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent.. Annual Capacity, 600,000 Barrala. SCHUTZ BR AU Now appears the latest and best product of the celebrate) Joseph Schhtz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadi Barley Malt and Finest Bohemian Hops. EDWARD UIHLEIN. Manager, Chicago, CORNER UNION AND OHIO STREETS. W. L aoatlN, Sill littl.r fir thi Trait, Ghleigt. m brie aviiT mil-waxjkiee:, wis. Ltirgoftt Browory in th World. . . . .CHICAGO OFFICE. ... Cormr Displainis and I...

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

THE OHIOAaO B3 .A. O-Li E! . HARTLEY For 17 Yuri at 309 Million St Successor to BRAND, 210 and 212 Watt A?. r taMB K -kB-B-B-r -sw sr -r 31 -33-35 37 5. OARK ST. COR. LAKF 51 J LIFE-SIZE CRAYOn (11 It Is the work ol a genuine artist), is by many prelerred to costly portraits in oil. HARTLEY'S LUe Size Crayons ale the best produced in Chicago. Just as his Cabinet Photos are regarded as the llnest made anywhere. But the best uro 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. i m Lumber Co. . Mtnutiolurtrt and Dialsrs In LUMBER Lath and Shingles, mm n MM! F. S. PEABODT, President CHICAGO, ILL K. E. ROBINSON, Vioe 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, WHOLESALE GROCERS ! MPORT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

jp'V-JW -rritMrWt,V?hMV MWWrW IW-ftftVtrf. -ft-tS "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME X. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1891-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 241. ubrBBBlBHBBfe II vliT 11 lYlt mSammtr iKtli n I ft v r ,r. ' ', fc M KERR FOR STATE 1IHL The Popular County Treasurer Will Probably Head the State Ticket -His Great Record. Mr. Henry Raab, the State Superintendent of Schools, Will Not Race for It. General Gossip of the Various Candidates for All of the Offices to Be Filled. Mr. Charles Kern will undoubtedly bo tho Democratic nominee for State Treasurer. Ho is extremely popular with tho pcoplo, ns has been shown by his election as ShcrlfT and Treasurer of Cook County. Henry Raab, tho nrcscnt Stato Superintendent of Public Instruction, decllnos to run for Treasurer. This gives Mr. Kern the Held to himself. As County Treasurer Mr. Kern has devoted nearly four years of diligent care In tho administration of the ottlco and has emphasized tho confidence and respect in which ho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

rnjsc-Tri"B-nAftrv"m,,,''"' "wtT --"i r-inr"-vj(ppiTji wiTOiiiiiiiiywwyfww'iijyiii;piwiapii ' ihhw-wtt"-" rT ',nf?, THE OHIO-A-O-O EAGLE, more iici-eptalito to nil chhses can bo found. This jitftltloii U expected to gu to the Governor u tlio reiiuet of the Uou.lev.ml Property Owners' Association, the Maple wood Improvement t lull, the Sc.Mulluiivlui Democratic Club, and many private cltl- yen. In all more than 2.0J0 property owneisand oler. Mr. Menland lj 47 year old, and one of the mot popular and het known tultie'uicn in the uorthwet dlvUloii of the city, lie came to Chicago In 17 1, and for tw eh e ear conducted a lnru dry, Kood bulnes at the corner of Milwaukee avenue and Indiana treet. Since that time he ha been unpaged In banking ami real estate. He I i J'reldent of the Milwaukee Avenue ' State Hank, -ton and 411 Milwaukee1 avenue, and owner of the Jaiyo real etate establishment at 4t."i Milwaukee aenue A a Park CotntiiUsloncr Mr. Stenslaml would prove the right man In the rli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

rv Tx OSIOAO-O B3-A.GHL.. 1 'nl i r tf' I li n DOB! F uu Superior Court Judges. JOS E. GARY, Chief Justice. HENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE STEPHEN D. Circuit Court Judges. It. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. O. , H, HORTQNi, , BAMUEL P. McCONNELL. A. N. "WATERMAN. R. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. R W. CLIFFORD. " FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE. THOMAS G. WINDES. '2LBRIDGE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. OOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County JUDGE CL1.RK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATES ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY. AST LA.W. 1202 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. TKi.rnoNE Main skit. DAVID SULLIVAN, -.T LAW. 87 Washington Street, Suite 41U-V0, United I riflTftAfln .te Kxprcs. Building. UOlUiiUUi M. J. DUNNE. Attorney andConnsalor A.T LAW. loom 302, Chicago Opera House BUi, Clork and Washington Sta., vmt'Ano. PECKIIAM & BROWN, Attorneys and Coiselorc AT LAW. 17 First National Bank Bnildinz, CHICAGO. W.l.phnne Connection, . '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

-- irv y -T"v tTTr THE OHIOAQO EAGLE. T-r. dt)c Chicago (Sagle tVBLXtaXD XYZBY fJATTODAY -iTHENRY F. DONOVAN. ladpndBt Political Newspaper Fearless sad Truthful. DESCRIPTION RATES, $2.00 PER YIAR, AMr alt communications T EMRY F. DONOVAN, Kdttor and FroptltWr. ST. W, M ami w 8. Jeffttum Street. tortd at th Poatofflc at CktMt. McoadctaM matur. Hi, Largest weekly circulation in the city and county of any paper in THE PESTIFEROUS "LITTLE DICK. " When "Little Dick's- Grand Jury got through with its disgraceful ex blbltlon of partisan malice and "Lit tie Dick" himself was laid off at the end of the term by the county, it was fondly hoped that the public had heard the last of this malodorous lit tie animal. Such, however, Is not the case. Now and again the pranks played by -Little Dick" while fore man of the Grand Jury come to light and astonish decent people. Accord Ing to the latest story and It Is told by himself he had, while a member of the Grand Jury, a consultation with George", Ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

THE OHIOAO-O EO-LiEi. HI I Kj i CURIOUS SUPERSTITIONS. Dome Tlmt Ramntn In Vogne Among tha Southern Negroes. Tho suDorstltlous fear of "ounJ'rcrs" is more widespread than most people know, or than tho Imllovors will admit in the eastern or coast counties this Is greater than else where. It Is said that this Is due to tho fact that tho last slaves brought from Africa wcro taken to that section. Tho bottles tilled with dried toads, lizards, nnd other unpleasant things, buried In tho center of gate ways or In paths, uro more numerous than pcoplo not superstitious havo any Idea of. Cases have oc currod where such things woro bur led on all four sides of a houso fro qucntly lot by Its owner, and tho lact was auiy maae Known to tno neighbors, and tho placo was never entered save by the owner until the latter romoved the spoil. Of course the great mass of negroes aro too In telilgent to bcllovo In such things, and they are doing a vast deal, as they bavo done, to stamp out such foolish bel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

zmsEBs r arfgi JETi, i i ii ' i" as,-, . .f? -i- .j. IggaigSSUrifri W ffMrS 'ifZZBOBKZi: '. J".ai S THE OHIOaOO EAOLiB. If 1 I ! FOR T11E EAGLE. A Collation of News from All Over the World, AFwtil PolltlcD, Conirclil ill ifUlitillliiiei.THriullyWIH fir Euli Rtatftrt. Minnesota and Wisconsin buffer, Vb great storm wbtcli swept over Mloatsota soil Vfsstem Wliconila Tuesday olght m the tnost terete sines the cj Clone of April 14. 16. crushed elghtt-sl( lives at St Cloud end Sauk ttaptds. So far as reported onljr four people have been kilted, but the Ion to buildings, crop bridges and railway by wind, hall, lightning and flood will foot up at teaet JSOO.OiNX Tho downpour cf rain for a given period was the greatest known. The norm broke In the tciiloa of Fergus falls. Minn., about 3 o'clock In the after noon aud swept central, eastern and southern Wisconsin. Inslgnltlcnnl creeks grew from plncld streams to rnjlng, muddy torrente. Hallwuy trafllc It In u stato of utter Jeii.orulliutloiL O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

1 j1 THE OKCIOAOO HI .A. Q JLi B3 . ?' FIRE-PROOF STORAGE ROOMS s9BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsBS1bs1bssbssssssBvub9) jaSBBBBBBBBBSBSBSJ HB H PIIIlHMKmivf TH HIRAM IIM.IY FlMMOCf WARCHOWMb For Valuable Household Goods Pianos, Trunks, Statuary, libraries, etc. Careful men to lhandle. Furniture Van for moving. Safety and security guaranteed. Rooms shown at any time. HIRAM SIBLEY & GO., Proprietors. ' Offices: 12 mid 14 North Clark Street. s f?e:iiai3L. Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison and llalstcd Sts., Chicago. C. W. Seiieco. A. W. King. SENECO & RING, -FINE- Boots & Shoes 177 and 179 Dearborn Street, Commercial M'l Hank Bldg., cnicaao, - Illinois. P. ntLBAMA. S. S. BB0D0W8IL F. WML & CO, Real Estate. 113 Watt Diviiisn Slrsst, LEO'S INCOME ;and expensesWatehfat Economy NercMnry neonate 01 the Confirm.! Decrcnie In Hevenucf. Since tho heavy losses made by tho Pope a year or more- ago tho finances of the Vatican ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

:w:?.gg?3t THE OHIO-A-GO EAGLE, g llp'jfr.yiiSSri'; 'SftjLt ' ' ffH??'KBJT'T '"fgr SOMEWHAT STKANUE. ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS OF EVERYDAY LIFE. Ceaaar Facts and Thrllllnq Advtnturct Which SHow that Truth la Strangar Than Fiction. Whim: in l.ouNvlllo n few iluys no. said liornld llii-tltitr. trnu'llcr for a Cincinnati jowi'lry luuiyi', to a St. Louis (.iloW-PeiiHH'riit reporter, 1 found one of my oiHtonu'r In n irtvut stew over the los wf a eou)k of valuable illiunoiuK which, however, he recovered the Jioxt day nnder peculiar circumstance. The stone. had been laid on hN dek In an envelope with the end torn oil. A commercial traTeller had come in and laid hi sample out on the dek. When he was gone and the porter had cleaned Up the office the diamond were missed. They must have been knocked on to the lloor. The travelling man was above suspicion. The porter a called, lie had swept tlie office and emptied the content' into the dirt bin. A null was made for the bin. ihc street cleaning wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

V 'A J f M tfc a '-v- Y f r ( THE OHIOAGO E3 J. O 2L, E :t ' V IP u, y hi t'if I ; 4 IV K atfiv&t. HON. MARTIN BECKER. The Newly Appointed Lincoln Park Commissioner. Martin Decker, who has been appointed Lincoln Turk Commissioner to succeed It. A. Waller, Is one of Chicago's best-known business men and a self-made man. lie Is a man of Independent means and one of the most prosperous merchants in tho clothlmt trade In tho city. Ills appointment will bo pleasing to German Lutherans, of whom ho Is one of tho most prominent In the city. Mr. Decker Is a man of great energy und resources and the stump of a business man that Is needed in the Lincoln Park Board. . Success In business, politics, or society In a cos mopolltan population such as com prises tho city of Chicago Is only attained by a broad-minded, enterprising spirit such as characterizes a majority of the Chicago business men. There Is very little room In the world, and no room In Chicago, for tho narrow bigot whose ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

n Ti-V .Attvr. THE OHIOAOO EAOLE 10 JOHN P. (OUKK, IVw. ml Trfm CHAIUiKS K. COOKE, Soc. -sCOOKENBrewing Company. 27tH Street mid Colt;ij? (Srovc- Ave, Chicago, U- S. A. -- ' SKEWERS AMO BOTTLERS T i COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. Th'u.Ber was awarded tho GOLD MEDAL, together with seven of tho HIGHEST AWARDS, which the Cooke Brewing Co. received at WoOd'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. The P. SchoenMen Brewing Co. EXPORT EDELWEISS 1IOFBRAU. '"M" (Igg3 SalvatorT OppJWmtr&m. j FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AGENT J. H. Cutter Old Rroerre, 1871 oo J. H. Cotter Pure Old Rye, 187S... 4.00 J. 1L Cntter Doutbon, 1877 3.0a W. n. McDt yer Old Bourbon H.oo Spring II111 Old Bourbon "i.w Anderion Old liourbon. , ... soa Old Crow Old llodtbon 8.00 IrUh Whisky, John Jamlcoon ...

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