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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 16 May 1896

''SjffVyilwi' 'V '-"fVf?irTf rr"' THE OHIO-A.OO EAQLE. A minor:ading MmcHINE. Said to Automatically Record and Reproduce Thought. The Idea of automatically rccordlnff niul reproducing tlioujjlit by nicnns of a utaclilnu similar In prlnclplo to a phonograiih Is now the claimed nculevc nicnt of Julius Kmntior, of Washington, D. C, n scientist niul Inventor who la ono of tho contestanta ngnlnst tho Boll telephone patent. Tho machine has been tested by friends and a patent la looked for. Tho machine Is a cylinder nbout six inches long nnd about an Inch and a half In diameter. It Is coated with an exceedingly scnsatlro chemical, easily decomposed by tho electric cur rent, In front of a lino necdlo of aluminum, whose point is covered with nnother chemical. The necdlo rests on tho cylinder, while Its base Is set In n diaphragm of aluminum, a very thin plato of tho latter metal being used. In front Is a somewhat fan-like arrange tnent Intended to convey the vibrations direct to tho recorder...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 16 May 1896

'-'ffylfr.g i W .r-3 . in77T!T J - TIE-CBS OHIOAOO B3A.O-XjH3. ACTORS ON THE ROAD. , Observant Train Hot Who Has Noted Their I'ccullnrltlrs. A train boy on otio of the leadltif mllrontN tlnu gives his observations on notore: "One of tho most noticeable) linblts of tlio 'profession' when they nre ou the roail Is the way they seat themselves In n train. The leaders Invariably sit by themselves, nutl the rest of the company follows suit, each accordlug to his own view of his position. And never, except on rare occasions, do they address n word to the members of the company whom they consider lower In rank. It Is very easy for a train boy to pet Into conversation wltli n member of a troupe. The train boy Is of so little Importance, you know, Jthat surely there Is no harm In talking to him. And, Judging by the stories I have told mo. there nre more stars on the stage than JJio theater-going public "Oh what a difference between n company going out and when you see them straggling back n t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 16 May 1896

"iwTV 4i' -ij.y v ),.;- VT" 77- i.$yv!r THE OHIOAQO EAOLE, Ma-l.M,ji 1 ft ItobTsi! i A woman may be mistress of hcrsclt though china fall, up to a certain limit, beyond which no conception of heroism reaches. The model woman screams at spider, and discusses the merits of iwlrat sleeves serenely while a priceless vass foea crashing to tho floor. Such Is m standard of feminine courage, the feet-role by which a woman may be Mured. Tet when not one piece of calaa, but two pieces, and three, and fsur, fall, the standard becomes useless, A woman Is not cpected to bear ore. Tet more came. Thero was- a fifth rash In the kitchen. Mrs. Melville stepped In.the midst of telling Ritchie -of the Sixth-Hint anchovy paste was to be struck off the commissary list; sho topped and looked appcallngly at Melville. "Austin, can't you do something?' Austin gathered up his napkin, put b!s hand on the table, and started to push back.hls chair; then he sank down gain and restored his napkin to Its place on h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 16 May 1896

TffW! rs" rrrtv rfi if c- 4ri u5"TlYy'' -i s4r7V 1 ' toi TKB OHIOAQO i M I' I! H. SHEELER, House Mover and Raiser Special attention paid to shoring up fronts, setting columns, lintels and girders, shoring up and straightening floors. Irlck and Stone Buildings Raited and lo? ed. Office: Rooms 3 & 4, 83-85 Washington St., TWuvhonc Main 730. RESIDENCE: ID York Street. Office Hours, 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. Builders' and Traders' Exchange, Box 339. YARD : 15 to 31 York Street. Telephone West 75. Saloon Fixt uresis alvaiop T A. J. TOOLEN, nunn Room 602, No. 167 Dearborn Street. Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., HL10MU PO 1M 12 It L. Y V VXtIV:i2JL.JL.'S. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest-Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. i S. W. RIDERBURG, BOQ XjetActllo 13t., Ola.loei.eio. pjpjpBjBy, ' . , Lift BBTaTaTaTaTaTaBBaBtfBBTBBeafer ' " WVLf s. iQ ,v fjf ii Ai&t BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBs! V&lBMi SVV IS ar STt . ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 16 May 1896

tt raw i ra r HjiKWmiKniSg j&SS"t:,lWW i "Trf j.- .' 1 vT!v???f?!!lff!J! .?, --" M - l THE OHIOAOO EJ-A-GHjE. 11 JOHN A ORB, prcoiocnt. WILLIAM LEONER, vice rnesT.n.TCS'R WILLIAM H. REHM, 9CCRCTA1 American Brewing Co. tMmUK MM. REWERY (Jg BBSSHSSS 4fgj0 f'rjfj 70(OTMfcrlNlAlVI I TWrivVliEBOtTLe "V """tH , SVwafWi f wsimw w -; aw '- ' I ELS Su, . a . i - MM- A. STOIDE i Brewery (b. Export Beer Cor. Augusta & Paulina Sts. luirAGO TELEPHONE WEST 129. U. S. A HAIR OF GREAT LENGTH. Nearly Otic Knot 'I,oim:r than lta Owner Ja Tall. Mrs. I). .1. DavIr, of Hun I'mdcIhco, Cn1.t hiiH.tliv longest lialr In the world. Hlic In fi'i-t II Inelien tall, and her hair IsO feet N luche Ioiir. Her alstern nl ho liavo very loiiir hair. "I never liriwh my hair." wild Mr. DavIk, hi mIh; removed (hone loin, coral pins that held isrent colls In place about her hniil no that her hair might lie tneasmeil, "for the reason that I do not believe It Ik kooiI for the hair. In fact A. MARITZ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 16 May 1896

I' rl t 'i .1 1& THB OHIOAQO BACHm HONEY TO LOU AT Ji I PFR 2 CENT. Wc tare made loans at this rate, and lave Bore of the tame fund on hand. Of ltral Inline! Property For Sale. HI FEET, two bloclcs from the Court TO Mausc. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St., near Halited, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. Dnnlap Smith & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. W. Depot, comer I Kinile and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. m. Sundays. FREC TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' ride. Two railroad stations on the property. Lota $100 and Upward. $7.00 CASH AMD 97.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract fuf nished each purchaser. Mlesinen TOTauatetU mm& Tli Lamest Eiclnsive For Use of toe Northwest H. E. HORLBOT & CO, Building and Improved Real Estate aii HW -w MOVE M FACTORY )0?i LOANS No. 88 TVashiiigtoii Street, ...CHICAGO... Reed & Hnrlbnt, 1 1 Pine St, New York. harley c. Mcdonald, 803 and 804 Masonic Temple, TH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

?0t tlnJnmfi'V'' win 'Api -m TyHwwwrii SYA&fi "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." ds VOLUME XIV. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MAY (23, 1896-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 31(5. yVMU75W?WS8tS73J jVbbm (tljt ca oo gaalf ILTUIlt AT TDK The Governor Answers Secretary Carlisle Before an Immense Audience. Contesting Delegations from the Silver States Prophesied as the Gold Programme. Democratic Convention Probably Be Weit Governor Altgeld spoke for two hour Saturday night to a large audience in ilie Auditorium. The subject of Ills speech whh sliver, and Its purpose won to prove tlmt inetnl necessary to the prosperity mill wealth of the world. The Governor was accompanied ly Carter II. Harrison, Jr., and William Prentiss, and when the crowds on the sidewalks caught sight of him they cheered until he raised hid hat In recognition. After he had left the carriage and passed Into the theater there was a crush nt the doors, hut it was quickly ended by everybody getting seats and settling down...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

'"' ' M :.,- uwpivBgWi&z&SBr!K0 I it 1 THE O HlOArGQ-RAQLE . l- 1 LAKESIDE RESTAURANT ! (.SfWfcp . 00Bi -aerBBrBBrBBrBBrBBaBSa TaeBBrBBrBBrBBrBBrBBSSSSw jtWWWWS vffllIHPlHBKI y. ?CIllcU-in Ill-Ill I I i;rcl(!j'iit-(!oorijo tttrUliurr. Jr. ke rnxMfiit-Joliu . Kiilulit. Iroiinuror-JJIiiirlrn I., llniittuoiul. I.xcriilUi' Cotniiilttrc (Imiritp II. Ilfuli. ,." Joolrl.lt-. VnlfiUlue II. HurSR. ...V,lltn,i"n otnmttloo Innlnp Smith, IMKir M. Know, lt..l..rt I'. Wnlki-r. Ilotijnmln A'l.' t'?,l,C,"l!' ".'"I JllHll'H It. Villi VIlMlllBl'll. Public ft-nhv t'oiiimlllft Hotitli Hlilo: wri' I.. ttnnirr. IMwIn f. (I..lu.. X.irtli w ; mi0!'".' .i.l.cC,.",.lu'i1' J- ''cwl 'wlir.m. lnYoWAftSi1- B,ol" Juiob c- Ia,l, Willi U.Jiii-kwm, Kiln tint K. Ireyir. Ilu' Bono II. 1 1li1nrii. Ili-nry I.. Turner. -tiwlnli wii'.'.,.",,.l,.iri,,iWll.l.l,".,.,.A' ,,,,",, w,,ll,,r W llwiii. ClinrloK II. Illrp. I '.!LliU-rt.5V ,-l,lV,i:.4."1'!! ' I'""'"". Win. J l.tik-n. Horut-u I!. Ilurllitit. ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

mvmrTTi m i j . mu '. - -ic- ira -vt.'i n-i r--ttw.j sr.rti l'imi n -. -i'm ,uwi ft'i, T-,j,-"y'rtL4 " T' " ,v"' T ""TJTy fT'Mc Y ft rff-AA THTB OH&O.A.OO BAQLS. I V JUDICIARY BF COOK COUHTY. Superior Court Judges. -Ot. E. QARY, Chief Jtttic JONA1 HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. BHEPARt). WILLIAM O. BWINO. 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 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 Court JUDGE ORRIN R. CARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. JUDGE C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK A. O. COOPER BHERIFF JAMES PEASE STATES ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGER5TADT. LEADM MEMBERS OF THE BAR S. L. LOWENTHAL. At...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

f t .; THBOHIOAOO B3 A. G L B3 . i it' file l)ki0o ijk PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. 4a InlepenltBt Political Hewtptper, Femrttu mat Truthful. SIBSCWPTION RATES, 12 H PER YEAR AKfftM ALL COMMCIKUTtOM TO HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor tH Presrlttsr, 04 Teutonic BalMIng , 8. E. Corner Washington 8t. and Fifth Aw. Entered at the Postofflce nt Chicago, Mlnoli, as second-class matter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Eagle can be ordered nt Charles Macdotmld & Co.'s literary emporium and liook store. 55 Washington street, L. II. Jackson's periodical nud news depot, 05 Clark street. Robt. E. Burke's book, stationery, periodical nud newspaper depot, 341) Division street, nud at nil first-class news stnuds throughput die West. A BOLT THREATENED. Recent events In political circles will tend to contlriii the general Impression that the forthcoming Democratic convention at Chicago will result In n split, ill the opinion of the Itecord, the bolting faction being the supporters...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

SUUUJ fnfWIPSSJIWWWiTi2.y7.1 T Cj't gftBgg"afiife w,uwyt"H'amatiw 3gff-. ,vt-i'v--vjT ww w57!?!!!(gr?Sr!!? M11MMU m rf wm!'-"t-'i rri-?y iimTHE OHIOAGO EAGLE. 1vVl I :-. A The First National Hank... L JaH s 'fc Of Chicago. in Capital, $5,000,000 s, - - - $2,000,000 fMAN J, QA0E, President. JA8. B, FOROAN, Vice President. RICHARD J, STREET, Cashier L HOLMES HOQE. Asst. Cashier. vMXKE.BR0WN,2dAsst, Cashier, y aBP All classes of high-grade Investment tends bought ana told. Accounts of .erchants, Hanks, Bankers and Corpora Ions solicited. Travelers' Circular Let- !crs ol Credit issued, available in all aruoi me world, commercial credits irnished for use in Imoortatlon of Mer- Sbandise from Foreign Countries. Transem by Cable to the leadinir cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. IOHN C. BHIY I'MMIDKHT I. A. 81'UY VlCR l'HMIDKNT BIO. K. Hl'JtV HKO. AND TllltAS. John Spry Lumber Co., j1 WHOLESALE in -AMI SHINGLES. LsManfl Ay sonth of 22a st., CHICAGO, ILL. ME32-"-CML46 "to ivi c nConlan, J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

l?5!!i?s?vS Ya'''' ' ? -? hV"'"tprE1rf7yF f . jf . . ijgr Tr, -'f?sl vf. l, j-tht THE OHIOAOO E .A. O-L E3 . BROSSEAU & CO., Commission GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 56 Board of Trade, WM. M. English Chop House Co. XT Quincy Street, 153 .VAN BUREN 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 VISION! RMLTO COMMISSION 00., RUlto Building, 15S Vn Buren St, Chlctfo. Melrose Stables. A. H. KLEINECKE, Prop. Livery, Boarding and Sale Stables. CARRUGES A.X ALL HOURS. Tukvuwsn, 1115-1117 Melroie St., Chicago. JOHNADANK Livery, BoardingsSale Stables 331 and 333 Webster At., (TKSI?) Chicago. W. D. CURTIN & CO., Undertakers and Embalmera 144 Wells St. m.hV eat. bbbbssssbsss SfifTtwSTGmtVftWYMz UVERY. 148 and 150 Wella St.. OHIOAOO. OFFICES OPEN DAT AWD NIOHT. WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer. Livery and Boarding. 86 and 88 Racine Avenue, Telephone North 270. OHIOA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

p jiywy' ' f .-r. tft-t t; Tf?L(3;-yJ"f''?t"'5'W J "S -.-mi-v - fMtC'"! f'1 THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. CMIOWATION PROM INQLAND. OreaUat Proportion of It I Btlll ta the United Btetee. The report by Mr. 0. P. Lucas on the, migrants' Information office for 1886 fires evidence of good work done all mall cost to tho public, says the Loa4 don Timet. We are not sure that much, more could be dono than Is done !; radr by the managing commtttoo and their agenm. The colonic do not, aa a rule, can to recelro more emigrants' than we are sending to them. The general tendency, there and In the United States, la to look with soma Jealousy nt each new arrival. More working hands means more competl tlon for employment, with lower wages as the result; while new hands who art not Inclined to work are as little desirable a part of the population la to new world aa In the old. In I860 the passengers who left the ports of the United Kingdom for places out of Europe amounted In round numbers to 272,000, H against ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

JrT?rf! -w, i,F,n ij - - THE OHIOAOO B3 .A. C Li H3 . J' WAS NEARLY MOBBED. il Joker Who AtWcrlUcd for Qaartera and Nickel. r yon nn American quarter or dated 1SS"? 1NW minrters are l4il.S.i: ISM nickel, $01.23. bore Is a fne simile of nn'nd" appeared In the St. Louis ltea day or so apo. and every one i eye rauelit the "ad" hastily ran ad down Into his jeaua and ont all sorts of money. If be tcky enough to find a nickel or a r which had that date a flutter Irough his system and lie would to the man on South Fourth who put In the "ad" ami claim tlie. A few hours later nulto ft athered In front of the store on street, anxiously awaiting the kg of the place. One of tiie boys iw the "ad" looked over all tho be bad, but be could And none it date. He walked up to a' on the street a few tnlnute later iked him If he had a quarter or eel of that date, keeping quiet the "ad." The friend was lucky to have a nickel, but suspect- it something was In the wind. him whnt he wanted with It ty told h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

rTTTT:y r TXXS3 OHIOAQO EAOLE, the long and slanting bill slope a man's figure went slow clodding onward after a aturdy black tnnre and turning up the ground between two tan rows or corn, Which at times hid hhn completely lrora flew. The shoulders under tho straw feat proclaimed him young and innnly. $M the steadiness with whlcn ho went toward and bis short stop at tho top f tb slope bespoke him i mun of pur Then came galloping through tho white dust of tho road below n lanky toy on a roan horse, In whose veins was the racing blood of generation. Clear and flutcllko came the call, "Marlea! oh, Marlon!" Marlon, handsome Marion, en ma lei urely up to tbo rails. Ho did not expect any letters and waa not excited, ewever, tbo boy knew bis uows waa worth attention and burst out linpot ejously, "Ver won't be so cool when yo tare hcerd It, either. Beck Balley'a an Is dead." Ha bad the gratification of seeing Marlon grow pnlo to bis lips. 'What killed 'Imr "The doctors air callln' It blood p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

rj wv ua"isuiufji j- tfy THE OHIOAGNO H3A.OLH3, mm njiimku 9iSmLltmw&tfm H. SHEELER, House Mover and Raiser Special attention paid to shoring up fronts, letting columns, lintels and girders, shoring up and straightening Hoots. Irick and Stone Bnildingi Railed and loved. Office: Rooms 3 6 4, 83-85 Washington St., IVlcpliouo Mnlu 730, RESIDENCE: 15 York Street. Otllco Hours, 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. Builders' and Traders' Exchange, Bos 339. YARD : 15 to 31 York Street. Telephone West 676. Saloon Fixtures! . a, .. ... i M. The following are some of the Saloons we have fitted up: MASONIC TEMrBB BUFFET. 51 Handotph Street. WAOKER A HAUSCHILD. corner Clark and Washington Streets, PAN-AMEUICAN. 79 Monroe. Street. JOHN ECCLES. 85 Monroo, Street. ' "THE TOSETTI," t04 and 100 East Madison Street. HELMKAMl 11K0S., corner 5th Avenue and Lake Street. A. J. TOOLEN, IMiWM Room 602, No. 167 Dearborn Street. Geo. C, Gale, 119 Olark St., WINES. LIQUORS ifl CIGARS. formerly varivisll's. "THE COS...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

''Hjp' vazs" r.Ji5vs,w3si s trrT'W iitou. t,v, v THIf O u JJjlJ JOHN A ORB, nnmocMr. WILLIAM LEGNEB. vicePfttST.HTM WILLIAM H.REHM, ECBCTA. American Brewing Co. MX REWERY (Jg Tk PECKER BREWING CU t iVsii til rl ir -. 871 to 817 Dudley Stmt, . 1MaJUHjb MMZ?D kv 'yi-?5ra3rjgy.:F,2rfXiaafcsrgMS 5iw4sSISS0PBa5BijH -- "4Snkst Side " v.vf Brewery (b. Export Beer. Cor. Augustas Paulina Sts. mrAro ;-!."H' iJk'ftfsCSS TELEPHONE WEST 129. U. S. A COLONY IS A 8UOCESS. Otil Foldtcrs nt llnitic In Their South' crn Unrdcn pot. For scvor.tl month i.mt tliv liHnstriii!. e.inltniy, llimiiclnl mill ul!ur c:ulit!:ii oxMliiit lit ulinl N knowj in the OM SolHcni colony, nt FitxxurnM, (in., Imvi? licca iiiiiIit iiirratlgiitlon nt the lunula of liitcrvati.il imrtloa, ntut It la at n toil t'.int liit(lllKviit!.v ntilk'il Jnilimtr.v mill ior?iU'rniira uro working rr townnla iiuikltijt of o:ii of the fnvorod Kiinlcii apota of tlio Mouth nil Idvnl home for aiirvltora of the wnr. The iiIiiii of the community w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 23 May 1896

i-4, ,v'J5W',W'srcil's ' "7F;JVi lj THE OHIOAQO HSJLOXjS uf5 ITfTUfVMi' HONEY TO LOAN I Onnlap Smith & Cos AT 4 X PER CENT. We lure made loam at this rate, and laTe more of the same fund on hand. Oeitral Business Property For Sale. 40 FEET, two blocks from the Court House. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St., near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. NEW CITY! Train leares C. & N. V. Depot, cornet Klmle and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. m. Sundays. FREE 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 fur nished each purchaser. lesmen 'CCaaxatecla H. E. HURLBUT & CO, Building and Improved Real Estate mmm Tbe Largest Eiclnsive For House of tbo Northwest, o5S9attaaaHpM!P5aC5! harley c. Mcdonald, 803 and 804 Masonic Temple, THE LEADING FASHIONABLE FURRIER. P. A. LANCLOIt, Manager. . TMI OPPORTUNITY OT YOOU LIFE - will coating...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

t r,A - ti. (. ji . r,-, . Kt SWft 3 INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME XIV. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MAY 80, 1890-TWELVE PAGES. NUM1JER 3J7. cTljirnon &rtaolr . ji .a . - . .- - (MIONmHMIffifHIl In Convention Assembled the City Echoes the Call from the Country. Platform Adopted Calling for Free Coinage of Gold and Silver Without Waiting for Other Nations. Altgeld the Choice for Governor, and Delegates Appointed in His Interest. John McGillen was the only prominent delegate in the Cook County convention who stood against Gov. Altgeld and free coinage. Chairman A. S. Trude presided over the assembly; a list of delegates to the State conventlon was approved with n uiinnlinouH shout. The following resolutions were retnmeil ly the votntnlttoe. At Altgeld's request the convention omitted to Indonte his administration or Instruct tho delegates to the State convention to vote for his nomination for re-election. Tho llnuuclal declaration was as follows: "The concerted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 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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