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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

!ift'?vy;"ii:7;yT7F t T ?, . tvycvf ' THE OHIOAQO EAGLE. MGURY Superior Court Judges. OS. E. OAltT, Chief Jostlo. HENRY If. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE. STEPHEN D. Circuit Court Judges. IM. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. R S. TUTHILL. R. W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBRIDOE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. O. H. HORTON. CHAS. G. NEELY. County JUDGE CLERK : Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL S. L. LOWERTHAL, Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. ttSffiT) CHICAQO. JOHN J. SWE1E, Attorney at Law, 87 and 89 Washington St., CHICAGO, ILL Rooms S1G-D1C United States Exprois Bldg, Telephone 4541 Main. CHAS. H. MITCHELL Mtorneu at Law. rMAOTlCKM IX ALL XUM OOVHXH. I0M and 1039 Unity Bulldln, IB Dearbora Street, CHICAGO. TKLEPUOMK MAIN 86TB. JOHN R. PARKER, Attorney at Law. NEW YORK LIFE BUILDING, Cortbca.t Corner ClVinartr a Ball and Monro. BU., ViUB&ga. N. Kl. PLOTKE, Attorney and Counselor, Ream 16, 31 . Cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

wr TvvM!TT!TiST5!i!rvfJ S tx'v-1 wwwii THE OHIOAOO E .A. O-Ij E3 . f l)( Cljtcnoo tfnfll PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. 4if Independent Political Newspaper, Fearless and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, 12 69 PER YEAR luran all cummi-sicitiosj id HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor and Proprietor, go Teutonic Building, 8. K. Corner Washington St. and Fifth Avo. places. Hgypt had Its toll plagues; tliu cyclone Is the olovotitli of the groat forces of devastation. Kntered at the Postortlce at Chicago, Illinois, as second-class matter. BWaVMkBaaaaaauL LARGEST I IN CHICAGO. SHORTER CAMPAIGNS. It Is niinouiictd that President Cowl.-s of tlu Cleveland fli.tiiikv of Commoice hits boon appointed liy tlu Nntloiml Hottt'il of Truth' to draft resolutions In fnvor of shorter campaigns to present to tho St. I.ouls uud Chicago conventions. It Is to ho hoped that this subject tuny receive fiivorabl consideration In tho national party gatherings, says tho Hecord. These loiijr-drawn-'jiit cam paigns n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

$U$b$$4li&&hW?7&l ;.tJifcHVra. 1"VfiStVMr'ifrrVf"'JTO1' fW,rf v jjiliiyv ,v-" ' -.v-.M-"r . "(ljTT-w! HHl " iwio svttiiwn tiwiiiv - yr tTHE CHIOAGfO EAGLE. fr !v The First National Bank... Of Chicago. Nth Capital, PMim Surplus, $2,000,000 LT14K J. 0A0E, Mieil. JAS. B. FOROAN, Vice President. HICHAM) J. STREET, Canto HOLIES HOGE, Assl, Cashier. FBAHK E.BR0WN, 2it Asst. CasUer. All classes of high-grade Investment Bonds bought ana sold. Accounts of Merchants, Hanks, 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. joqn c. sritY rniMtDKNT 8. A. SrilY VlCK 1'IIKMDKMT GEO. E. SritY 8KC. AMD THKAS. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE IB -AME SHINGLES. Aslilanil k, Sontt of St, CHICAGO, ILL. CANAL 32-'wh.i- mhjl 46 James Conlan, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

-.ns. ,-, , j ,Vk,i.-V ,-i ;v .. kX' r-gi hWtSrt'i 'TtrtS mw rm . -v Ttv.-i.'T' r is"?T:Jravsi?r THE OHIOAQO BAOLiB'. r-v BROSSEAU & CO., Commission Merchants. . -,.. . G?AiV AND PROVISIONS. 55 Board of Trade, WM. M. BOYLE English Chop House Co. IT CJuincy &tieet. 153 TAN BOHEN STREET..... SOLID AS and the only place in the and receive immediate, attention and the prompt exeou Hon of ell orders in STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN and PRO VISION. RMLTO 00MMISSI0N CO., RUlto Building, 15S Ysn Bonn 8t, Chteifo. Melrose Stables. A. H. KLEINECKE, Prop. Livery, Boarding and Sale Stables. CARRIAGES A.X A.TJL, HOURS. TMkMtukTUwsir. 1115-1117 Melrose St., Chicago. JOHNADANE Livery, Boardings Sale Stables 331 and 333 Webster At.. WATtfe?) Chicago. W. 0. CURTIN & CO., Undertakers and Embalmers 144 Wells St. Tsltnnon Ksrtis, est. 148 and 150 WellOFFICES OPEN il I JeHRvTBBKVy7lvr VtHrT LIVERY WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer. aaaaam"r,yi"L-'-JHBMKrr aataaa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

hif, -WM fcf "VVTTV 'iVfSjj 'J',.','? TRUMWri'i' v"i(ft ;v -,',w j f V - Ti 'W ' ( ' THE OHICAQO ES .A. O-I-i EI . COURTING A QUAKER MAID. tit Agreement Entered Into by Twe Ardent Maryland Brothera. The later "assemblies" of Annnpollf, Marlborough, and Obestertown wore faardly raoro "In voguo" than tho year ly meetings of the Kastcrn Shore Qua Iters. Their curious qualntncss, and tho picturesque contrast they present ed to the radiant attire and libertine manners of tho world's people, who mlnucttcd and coquetted In manor houses, and caroused and ' ruffled In cockpits and bowling-courts, drew Homanlsts and "English Catholics" to the doors of their sober conventicle, and filled its leafy approaches with profane chariots and chairs, and prancing steeplechasers and side-saddled palfreys. So It happened that to tho yearly meeting held at Third Haven, near Talbot Courthouse, In tho year 1700, thero camo by opposlto ways, through groups of booths erected by tho graceless and Irreverent fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

5 vlpi5.a tt rt'' TVTirr T Tiv., v , rx" i "H'WtfS ksttv)- .),- - r i7t-.f t y h TBCB3 OHIOAOO EJ .A. C Li B3 . QUEERLY NAMED. eae of Our l'urltan Anctator. Had Hem.rknbte llnptLmat Titles. The qunlnttu'M of the Ttitltnti nnniM f piety not lllbto iinim1, but words or plimos of roll; loin Import lms long boon recognized. In the dj 8 of Croinwell. contemporary Jokes were rife tnonj,' the "Aliillsimnts," In which such worthy Itoutulheml ns "Flght-ttic gowl-tlght-of-fnltli Jouca," "llelp-from n-llljrh ItoMiluo." nnd "Knlntaiot Pllafccry," ilRured prominently, nnd were treated with scant respect. The nnmes Uicinelvo were not burlesqued. They were so queer It would have bejn dltUeutt to do o. The longest nnd strangest of tio combinations In use In Old Hugtaud did not, fortunately, ever become popular In New England. Nevertheless the Amor Inn coloules had their share. Our own Dr. Holmes 1ms recognized this In his ballad of Puritan times, beginning with the father's Invitation to his little...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

H&Hffi L THE OHIOAGO .; " ? wv V, ,1 BOTH SIDES THE LINE the sound of ilrumi, anil n flfe's nhrllt cry, Float In with tho breath of tho soft May brctzci Watching tho bright groups hurrying by lu tho lunllght, breaking through branch Ing trcet, Those cottage maidens march two by two I can catch tho gleam of their garments aboo them droops tho red nnd blue Of the half-mast flag, with Its colors bright. Thlsls to the young n festal day, Just shadowed, perhaps, by a minor strain la tho gathering tears that will have way, From some black-robed woman's bitterest pain. Why should I go with the crowds who fling u or me sleepers their uiosnoming swecisi For how could I mnko n public thing Of the cry which each hour my soul repeats? IIow could I weep for the boys In blue, While shedddlng no tears for the boys la gray I who have fought every battle through, With my heart watching both sides all the way I For Philip was here, my husband true, And my brother, Ned, was across the line...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

Kit -. f-- - ,!, ' -sarKW-'w'p'Sr' i T- Jt .A. THE OHIOAOO BAaLS, H. SHEELER, House Mover and Raiser Special attention paid to shoring up fronts, setting columns, lintels and girders, shoring up and straightening floors. Brick and Stone Bnildlngi Bailed and Io?ed. Saloon Fixtures! The following are some of tho Saloons we have fitted up: MASONIC TEMl'KU BUFFET, 51 Randolph Street. WAGNER h IIAIU'MLD, corner Clark and Washington Streets. PAN-AMERICAN, 70 Monroe Street. a t o r ? JOHN ECCLES, 85 Monroe Street. THE TOSETTI," 104 and 10G East Madison Street. HELMKAMP BROS,, corner 6th Avenue and Lake Street Office: Rooms 3 & 4, 83-85 Washington St., Telephone Mtn TOO. RESIDENCE : 15 York Street. Office Hours, 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. atttllders' and Traders' Exchange, Box 339. YARD : 10 to 31 York Street. Telephone West G7B. R. X. McARTHDR MFG. CO., (Tel. Main 2635.) 1 93-6 Randolph St. OFFICE DESKS, CHAIRS AND SHOW CASES. gytwwffB! S a 1 v jffaHkSB. JBBBBBTaBBflBBBBBW z3lawwwaBaww...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

S)7TSW-V!il,tf7'--J7TCrVKt "''' 5w'-",," -'v,mi;' jij-,v, iivf ' f,"WcV" THiq ggJWiAGW) AAOLB, 11 i jj " n ii1' ' i.u.'i.:1? American Brewing Co. JOHN A ORB, rntsiocMr. WILLIAM LEONtB, vietrnesr.ATM WILLIAM H. REHM, sccrctahy. REWERY (Jg Iga'p r if j ..?- 3. - .- -i n vi, -t. .-v- ir Y--r- W f1"" 'jys-'f f4f f ff .-ify 0 Rfe4SSfi 1 Wl JWIamL0' I . ' A ' n k T v -k - - r 17 tU''... '.T. - 'T. j. -jA1.'j .'( T b fl T"fp'ip?iZwJWk li Jlft!J'ftapaMBaHaiBTiiBeBBMfi NHMafllflL? :st Side l Brewery (J. Export Beef, Cor. Augusta & Paulina Sts. SluirAGO m rounKir ArcT iso & a"l MfiNSam EMJK I -7iWC V71 BARRELS ttTTLs TELEPHONE WEST 139. a U. S. A THE EELS LIGHTHOUSE. Novel Invention of a New Kimlnml Ben Cnfttnlti. MiMiiliera of the United HtnleH lltflitliotwo hoard nri1 roiinlileiliiK tin liivvntloii innilu by Cnptiiln Kil, u Nuw KnKlniid mini hit, nnd nru Inclined to reKurd It na the hi-wt (IohIkii uver (irciwnt oil for building light liotiovs In tlio open occ.in. For...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 30 May 1896

BE? ivwTv'tTF;-; W!Al!Wi!WypjlVWW!PlJJMiv.' AWirJtffl!!Gwi&gySi u' 1J THE OHIOAOO w: MIY TO IMS Tf2 CENT. AT Wt Bare made loam at this rate, and tare note of the umc fund on hand. Otitral luilneu Property For Sale. JA FEET, two blocks from the Court w House. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St., near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. DiiQlap Sil & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. W. Depot, corner Klnzle 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 AND $7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract fur nished each purchaser. BaalvaiTCttexj. VITax7.tecSa H. E. HDRLBDT & CO., Building and Improved Real Estate MiiSMG Tl) Lareest Eicloie Fur Hon of tie Northwest harley c. Mcdonald, 803 and 804 Masonic Temple, THE LEADING FASHIONABLE FURRIER. P. A. LANGLOIS, Manager. TM OPPORTUNITY OA YOUR LIPS -W will eomtln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 June 1896

mti&JLSmi jataiSiM !W&riW3Mm tW1 vVfKi('ii'tH!P'sM''j!'j,n'i itf)ii?jA fr,,iH'-vS!iffJJi(t ss. !i VOLUME XIV. SITU BMEST Tbe Hippity Hops, After Belching About Primaries, Wont Hold Any of Any Kind. ') They Are Afraid of Choose Delegates on the Confidence Plan. Poker Clubs Throughout the City Will Name the Members of the Bolters' Convention. The Convention Will Be Held at Night So that the Sandbag May Rule. For many days wo have boon hearing about honest primaries. Gentlemen who never were mispeeted of u love for anything honest have been howling for them. When the grand old Democratic party offered them decent primaries they held up their hnndH In holy horror. They wanted "honest primaries." And they'wrinted them so badly that they started n new imrty of their own and culled It the "Honest Primary Party." And then they culled n convention and decided to hold It nt nlKht so tlmt all the snudhaggers and other nighthawks could have a chance to attend. And then, ...

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

. jSjm.'TE: :"'y" 'l.sUJ.IJ rTOffffWflfSSVtlWv'S'UV'- tiSjSsfl THE OHIOA.GO El JL O 3Li H3 . LAKESIDE RESTAURANT GEORGE H. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. A Good Place to Eat a E1 r fChlcauo Itcnl Kstnto Hoard. Prrllent-Ucorsp tllrkliolT. Jr. Jlw l'rontilont Jolm n. Kiilclit. Trvaaiircr-jJlmrles !,. llniniiiuud. Mrvretnrjr-Knrl h. llniiiMcton. hxvcuthp CatiiiiiltU-o (leurue It. Itlnli. Allwrt K. 0. Uuodrldge, Valviitluc II. Surgli. Bor. flliintlon Committee ntinlnp Smith. IM- ri. oiiun, iitmrn I'. tvillKur. llflljnltllll KPSSt'lllll'll mill Jnilll- II. Vim Vll.aliiin.ii i-uiiiic imtik-c lutninittpo sotitn huii: llwfW.li. Wnniir, Kdwln 1 (letclu'll. North JMUe: Jolm McComii'll. J. Lewis Cwliriin. eat Hide: Albert J. Htotie, Jncob C. Mnglll, 1'auI U. Stenslnml. Membership Committee l.rninn Ilnlrd, Willi O. Jnckson, Kdunnt K. Drvjrcr. Kure II. Flshlitirn. Henry I.. Turner. Jnslnli Mi lmibnnl. William A. llond, Walter II. Wilson. Charles 11. ltlce. Cull llonrd Committee Jnsenli I.. Manning, Cntbb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 June 1896

wra3TOp5 fj. W .T7. -' ,HW M' . -t'i THB;OHiq4.QO &A.Q.L E . ! JUDICIARY OF COOK COUNTY. Superior Court Judges. fOB. & Q ART, Chief Jostles. JONAS HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. 8HEPARD. 'WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOGGIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B.kPAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, ClerkCircuit Court Judges, M. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. WATERMAN. XI 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 OHAS. G. NEELY. County Court JUDGE ORRIN R. CARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. fUDOfj MiiiMiiiiiKiiii iiiiiitiii, C C KOxlLSAAT CLjER&t KMKMMKI KIIMIXKM A. O. COOPER SHERIFF JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL S. L. LOWENTHAl Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. VfEKTl CHICAQO. JOHN J. SWEME, Attorney a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 June 1896

?jSW?"T aaoare jCe ' "tt: c r. m T&z-wprrs,: ';-'-',u "- 'v.mvp-vv1 'tv -.n" iii II JtmUSHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. Am Im4tpn4ent PelltlcMl Htwtpaptr, Fearietu mat Truthful. SU1SCWPTI0N RATES, S2.M PER YEAR ADMUM AM. COMMOaCiTtolt TO F. DONOVAN, Etlltor Ml Proprietor, 04 Teutonic Bidding , S. K. Corner Waihlngton St. and Fifth Aw. Entered nt the rostofflcc at Chicago, 1111u wx-uuu-viass manor. LARGEST TOKLY CIRMON IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Eagle enn be ordered nt Chnrles Sfacdonald & Co.'a literary emporluui ad book store, 55 Washington street, I. II. Jackson's periodical niul new depot, 05 Clark street, Ilobt. E. Burke's book, stationery, periodical Mid news paper doiiot, 340 Division street, nud at all tint-class news Btauds throughMt the West. LET US HOPE SO. In view of the arrangements which lave Just been completed to glvu the citizens of Chicago cleaner streets Sfayor Swift feels that he hits been treated unfairly by the citizens of JCorth avenu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 June 1896

'Vif, -,4 ir-wvft-ir- t -, .avt ,t' jnv - ,. ,,i j, v -TrT.-T?T!W!5f!5I!!!!TH THE CHIOAOO EAOLE, The First National Bank... OfjChicago. raid-in Capital, $3,000,000 Surplus, - - - $2,000,000 LYMAN J, GAGE, President. JA8, B, FORGAN, Vice President. RICHARD J, STREET, Cashier HOLMES HOOE, Asst. Cashier. FRANK E. BROWN, 2d Asst. Castlier. All classes of high-grade Investment Bonds bought ana sold. 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 O. BPRY PnieaiDKNT I. A. BPKY Vice l'niwiDKNT GEO. E. BPUY Sao. AMD Trkas. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank N. W. Cor. LaSalle and Madison Sts., m Capital, - - - $1,000,000.00 Surplus, 200,000.00 O. B. SHAW President JOY MORTON Vice President WILL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 June 1896

UW. -anfctfc iPSirffi-" "n-.-.. wm. !'rW5H' ' "JW- -, I,,.i TT.; THE OHIOAGO B3 AO-Iffi. a BROSSEAU & CO., IFOR THE EAGLE. Commission GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 56 Board of Trade, WM. M. BOYLE English Chop House Co. IT Quincy Street, 153 .VAN BUREN SOLID AS and th only plaos In the and receive immediate attention and the prompt execution of all orders in STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN and PROVISION RMLTO 00MMISSI0N 00., BUlto Building, 16S Tan Bonn St, Chicago. Melrose Stables. A. H. KLEINECKE, Prop. Livery. Boarding and Sale Stables. CARRIAGES AX ALL HOURS. TaiiMi4kTiwiT. 11154117 Melroie St., Chicago. JOHNADANE law WBW Livery, Boardings Sale Stables SSI and 333 Webster At., (7J8i?) Chicago. W. D. CURTIN 6 CO., Undertakers and Embalmers 144 Wells St. .. LIVERY. 148 and 150 Wellt St., CHICAGO, OFFICE OPEH DAT AMD NIGHT. WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer, JP ' ka jar. Jaeff5l,V afaaaaaa'71BBgBBaBBt. i ?fagy flhfiBMflfta) gammmmmmmmK''MllfHgammml Paaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 June 1896

V r-"' w"Jwifwwrt?-'i?; ""fSS teWt"' r3rt viis'rt7iWf,rtsTV,''v'v V VV"',-' 1t ' Tnjrtiffwr'iii-,-r-THE OHIOAGO EAGLE. ,4r MIND AND IODY. t M.atal laf a.ace la Ita Relation ta Bodily Function i , Tho lengths to which mind curlsta ainrl all4tt Att4a4ai ttPA maHa In aitHAAflAii of their special methods, to tho excltw Ion of all other modes of treatment, havo caused many persons to look ask anco at all assertions regarding tho ln fluence of tho mind over bodily functions and processes, yot no physiological fact Is better established than the exlstenco of such an Influence. Regarding some phases of It Modern MedIclno (February) has tho following to say editorially, Its remarks being suggested by nn address mado recently by Dr. T. S. Olouston before tho Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, Scotland. Wo quoto a few paragraphs below: "Every bodily organ and function la represented In the cortex of tho brain, by means of which all are harmonized and unified. Each neuron, with Its hundreds of...

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

-tn ,4-rrtlrvK '-i'Mj.K,t;.,.-? rr v .TS? Tv1j!irii 5 Kv r o -")i-i j--SJ THE OHIOAGO H2JLO-3LiS. i KUNK FURS ABE IN DEMAND. Sow They Arc Taken and the Uses to Which They Are lMtt. ' "Whew I Say, take 'cm around to the back door; you'll spoil all the goods lu the store." said Andrew C. Jones, proprietor of the supply store nt ttolf e, Fa., to a freckle-faced youngster who appeared hi the doorway with a paper flour sack from which catuo nu overpowering odor. "When I complete this consignment of furs I'm going to quit buying skunk skins," resumed Mr. Jones, on returning from the back room. "My wife says she won't live jvlth me If I don't let 'em alone." "What are skunk skins bringing?" queried the Tress correspondent. "Thirty-live cents to $1. Some extra Bne ones bring as high as $1.10. The quality of the fur Is uniform that Is to ay, the difference lu price Is due to color and marking. "There's a big demand for skunk kins now, and as they arc the stupidest little aultunls In the worl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 June 1896

V. V ) i$ THE OHIOAGO 33 .A. OXi S3 S UQENTLEN A N unusual proceeding was going Z forward In Forty-rod Fred's saloon. Tlio fnro dealers forsoon their sliver boxes, tho croupiers lert their roulette wheels and the gamblers broke off their games nt the poker tables. Every man crowded around tbo bar and, strange to say, It was not for drink. Old Knnuck was going to deliver himself of n speech; but It was hit thcrao rather than tho speech Itself .which drew the profound attention of veryouc In tho saloon. Ono of Kauuck's hands (for tho purpose, probably, of emphnslr.lng his remarks) wielded a beer mallet. Tho othed hand rested upon tho curly head of a bright-eyed youngster of 4 years, who sat on the bar nnd persisted In grinning at Oklahoma Hill, a cowboy with a record of two right there In Dickinson, four In the Mod Lands, and heaven only knows how many during tho Oklahoma "rush." Kanuck cleared his throat ImprosIve'ly. , "Ladles an' gents," Ik began. "Ladles uotblnT broko In Ono-cyed ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 June 1896

mmmmmmistLsmm -. i ' w 'V i ' 'o--''l(f'-3h'i'fsii 10 THE OHiq,AaQ -V H. SHEELER, House Mover and Raiser Special attention paid to shoring up fronts, setting columns, lintels and girders, shoring up and straightening floors. Brick and Stone Buildings Raised and Io?ed. Office: Rooms 3 & 4, 83-85 Washington St., '.Telcphono Mtttu 730. RESIDENCE: 15 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 675. A. J. TOOLEN, Saloon Fixtures! The following are some of the Saloons we have fitted up: MASONIC TEMPBE MJFFKT, 51 ltondolph HIroct. WAOSEIt & UAtlSCHILD, corner Clark and Washington Streets. PAN-AMKIUUAN, 70 Monroo Street. JOHN KCCLES, 85 Monroe Street. THE TOSETTI," 104 and 103 East Madison Street. HELUKAU1' DUOS,, corner 5th Avenue and Lake Street. Salvator! R. X. HcARTHUR MFG. CO., (Tel. Main 2635.) 1 93-5 Randolph St. OFFICE DESKS, CHAIRS AND SHOW CASES. ' ' . ;.- 1 , ''. '(j .T...

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