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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 20 June 1896

sswgps 'fHTvfjpit nrrr v-rwrj wM THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, ' LOVES TEUTONIC LOOB. Cy. It la the Baala of National Bnceeat In War ntict Statecraft. A gentleman who wns at Frlcdrlchituh a few weeks ago has printed n account of Ills visit. Ulsinnrck, ho says, was look I ns very well, but complained of sororo neuralRla In tho faco. "It wns painful," continues tho writer, "to see how his eyes and his wholo faco suddenly became as If petrified, and he had to press his right hand against Ills faco till the spasm was over. Ercry word he speaks, nnri especially the first to his servant In tho morning, gives him great pain, as tho muscles of tho faco rest all night; but the pains becomo less severe during tho day." Tho conversation was partly In Kngllsh, partly In German. In tho course of It Prince nismarck said: "I find that nations succeed only so far as they havo Teutonic blood In their veins, and so long as they retain tho peculiarities of tho Teutonic race. Tho English worn n really great peopl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 20 June 1896

rrn" ,?v"?-rV-VTFfjf!Jf fr,'r THE OHIOAQO EAGLE. ti HOW DESERTS AWE BEAUTIFIED, Pcd Carried by Vnrlom Mean to tk. llcaolntc (tot of Karth The terrible eruption of Krnkatoa, In the Smuln Strait, lu 18S3. fuvnlsheil tho opportunity for Illustrating the easo with which nature can replant with vegetable life n district that has be come completely ilovilatetl. The volcanic eruption was one of tho most destructive recorded In history, the loss of human life being estimated to cx ,cced J00.C00. Qt the thirty-live volcan5e3 0') n)d ticiirThoIsla'nd of Java twenty-six wcreTu violent jerjiwtfqti jit "(Re p.uuo time. The center of dlstiirbnne,e wgs UieJMan.iLof Irakatoa which emitted molten lava and burning ashes In such abundance that every living ,hne, whether nulmal or vcBotabh?, on the Island was destroyed, and nn ob server from n ship which approached close to the laud declared that the whole Island was red hot. Four years from t);e date of the eruption the Island was visited by nn eminen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 20 June 1896

rr$.i,KA& . ALONG, dark hall. Tbo portraits of two old persons tuat frowned down from the walls as though resenting the modern Innovations below; a soft, thick carpot under foot, so old that Its colors had all faded to n dull, uniform red; n low window with tiny, dlaniondshapcd panes, letting In more gloom than light; a small, Iron bound chest In a dark corner; heavy, mothering hangings theso were the Monglngs of this long, dark hall. A door opened softly, and ft modern Innovation entered In tbo shapo of a girl about sixteen years old. A soft light seemed to dispel the gloom. It could not have been her dross that was dark gray. Her brown hair curled waywardly around a sweet, rogulith looking face. Her straight eyebrows -were drawn down Into n dark frown, flhe seemed rather ashamed of wuat she was going to do. She moved toward a door, hesitated moment, and, bending her head, looked In nt the keyhole. Hlio sees n library with books, and more books filed up to the celling. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 20 June 1896

"SJTBWBTlV J. iv .Ji KWTSffl?" W THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. 1! H. SHEELER, House Mover and Raiser Special attention paid to shoring up fronts, letting columns, lintels and girders, shoring up and straightening floors. Brick and Stone Buildings Raised and loved. Office: Rooms 3 & , 83-85 Washington St., '.Telephone Mnlu 730. RESIDENCE: 15 York Street. OMce Hours, 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. Builders' and Traders' Exchange, Box 39. YARD : 15 to 31 York Street. Telephone West 675. Saloon Fixtures! fi alvatorT Tk AAUilHM mmm aM k I.U.. ui. k.u. flit A .... aMMW iWB BBBBaaf Baf sWal Sa" bbIbbF BBBBBV P The following are some of the Saloons we have fitted up: MASONIC TEMPBE BUFFET, 51 Kandolph Street. WAGNER & HAUSCH1LD, comer Clark and Washiigtoi Street PAN-AMERICAN, 70 Monroe Street JOHN ECCLES. 85 Monroe Street. THE TOWn," 104 and 106 East Madison Street. HELMKAMP BltOS., corner 5th Avenue and Lake Street R. X. McARTHUR MFG. CO., (Tel. Main 2635.) 1 93-5 Randolph St. OFFICE DESK...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 20 June 1896

fllVSfHV rf.pSMaji1!V'Av;-(,V'l' THE OHIOAQO EAOLE. 11 American Brewing Co. JOHN A OF?B, pRtsiocNr. WILLIAM LEONEB, vieentST.TA9. WILLIAM H. REHM, scCRCTAnr. REWERY (Jg :fTf-j''-Ati-,-'hv&j a' ,-,-, '-"jkJf'-stti)'', yaY'rtrW3JllHHaa sBBBBBBBUsraBBBBBsrJESaMl RaMSBHiHbRmI f:..MI Tr 'V0mtm,WIMI ;stSide Brewery (b. Export JBeer Cor. Augusta & Paulina Sts. Sluir AfiO TELEPHONE WEST 129. s U. S. A A NEW DI80OVEREROF AMERICA Did HI Work About the Year Cotnmtitta Wii Horn. To stun up lirlully. Tho shortcut route from tho old world to the now In from Capo Vorclo to llrnislt. WIimIh mid currontd tund to carry a ship ncroM. Tlierc Ik, therefore, nn Inherent probability that a Portuguese ve hcI jiltguld bnvo been drlnon to tlio llrnzlllnii const. This nctunlly Imppolled to Cnbrnl In 150U. It inlKht have linppened nt nny time nftcr ships Iickim to round Cnpe Verde, Thnt enpe wns tirst rounded In 1-145. In U4S a n. mnrfcnblo mnp wns mnde by ltlnneo, showing the most rece...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 20 June 1896

iK-r-ts yn wKvt JWKuSti? THIG OHIOAGC fiSAO-LB, lj jp?"' 11 ! i M 1 l !! if. OSEY TO L&AS I DMlap Smith & Co.'s AT 4L PER 2 CENT. We fcsre made loans at this rate, and bate aasre of the same fund on hand. Omtral luslneis Property For Sale. J FEET, two blocks from the Court W House. One, tenant. Corner on Van Buren St, near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. W. Depot, cornet Klmlc and Wells Sts., at r.30 p. tn. Sundas. 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. MrnXomxtxcxi. "Wxxtcl H. E. HDRLBUT & CO., Building and improved Real Estate mm& The Largest Exclusive Fur Hob or ie Norttat sejaaaaaaaaaaiaBB?J- t tftKisSm harley c. Mcdonald, 803 and 804 Masonic Temple, THE LEADING FASHIONABLE FURRIER. P. A. LANCLOIS, Manager. THI ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

SspWipSpi ," - ' && "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THIN'OS. NEUTRAL IN NONE.' VOLUME XIV. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, JUNE, 27, 1896-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 351. .K. . fe. .. - P , ' HE TRIE VOICE IF DIM It Speaks In No Uncertain Way for the Free Coinage of Gold and Silver. No Monometallism for the People of the Great Empire State of the West. A Return to Prosperity lapped Out in the Ablest Platform of the Tear. Proceedings of the Big Democratic State Convention Which Met at Peoria Last Tuesday. The Ticket Selected and the Delegates Chosen to the National Convention at Chicago. For Cnvcrnor John P. Altgeld For Llcutoniuit Coventor, Monroe U. Crawford For Secretary of Stnte.FInU K. Downlnif For Treasurer Edward C. Puce For Attorney General. .Ccorge A. rrttde For Auditor W. P. Beck For University Trustees-Julia Holmes Smith. X. W. UrnliHiii. Ulehurd P. MorKim. For National Committeeman, Thomas Unhnn NATIONAL DELEGATES. At-Lurge-John I'. Altgeld, S. I'. MeCunnell. W. H. Hlnrlchsen, Uc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

THE OHIOAGO EAOLE. William Mangier & Co., RESTAURANT 119 and 121 LaSalle Street, NEXT TO CHAMBER OP COMMERCE. .V & Private Dining Rooms on 2d and 3d Floors. ii 'Chicago Heal Katntc llnaril. rrvslilrnt-tJeorire Utrkhaff. Jr. lw l'rvdldent John II. Ktilulit. Ireasuivr-Uliarlvs I., llnmiiiotul. Kocretnry-Ksrl I. Uamblvton. Kifcutlv.; Coiiitnlttvo-Ui-orKtf It. IIIkIi. Albert K. O. OooJrlJtfo, Valentino II. Hurjtlitior. Valuation Commlttco-Diinlnp Smith, K1. sur 'SI. Snow. Holirrt I". Walker. Ilenjntuln A. I oetuIen nntl Jnmes II. Van Vllsslugeu. rnolle Hertlee I'ouimlttce South Hide: tieorge l Warner. Ktlwlu V. Oetchell. NortU Hlile: John Slct'oniiell, J. Lewis Uoclirnn. est SMtlei Albert J. Stone. Jacob C. Slaglll, IMul O. Htcinlninl. Membership, Cointnltteo Lyman Jlnlnl, wlllls U. Jnckson, Klv:irt K. Drercr. Ku. cone II. rislilmrii. Henry I,. Turner. Jnslnh .. Lombard, William A. UonJ, Walter II. WIIkoii. diaries II. Itlce. Call Ilonnl Committee Joseph I.. Mann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

. ' l"f l THHJ OHIO OO ESO-LEi. J L .. r".Wi.flf5 V "-' '.v. -!r"MT JUDICIARY OF COOK COUNTY. Superior Court Judges. OS. & OART, Chief Jostled, JONAt HUTOHINION. HENRY M. SHEPARD. WILLIAM O. SWING. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOGOIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judge 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 JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK BHERIFF. tTATE'S ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL S. L. LOWENTHAL. Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. WSBi'l CHICAQO. JOHN J. SWEME, Attorney at Law, 87ii.89W.iaiit.i8t, CHICAGO. XISL, Roomi 515616 United States Express Bldg, Telephone 4041 Main. CMS. H. MITCHELL Attorney at Law. rMAOIICMM MX ALL ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

' tfJV vVtv iiT it ' 'H? jr? -sriT.-fifTrr$4'.n . nr-.r',,' " THE OHIOAQO E3 -A. O-Hi HJ . PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -11VHENRY F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newtpaper, hearten and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2 CO PER YEAR itil'Hfcei AM, COMStMCATtOSS TO HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor and Proprietor. 804 Teutonic building, 8. E. Comer Wmhlogtou St. and tilth Ave. Entered nt the roitotllce at Chicago, Illinois, as socond-clav matter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. Tlie Eagle can bi ordered at Charles Miicdotinld & Co.' literary emporium nml book tore, 53 Washington street, I.. II. Jackson's periodical and news depot. IC Clark street, ltubt. E. Huike's book, stationery, periodical and news paper depot. 1141) Division street, and nt all tlrst-clns uews stantU throughout the West. THE RENOMINATION OF ALTQELD. The renoinlimtlon of (loveruor Altgild by iiechunntlon was u well-merited compliment. lie has proven hlmrclf to be the best Coventor that lllluols has ever had. Painstak...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

llWir?lPifP " " "" A t '' ' . I- "'. teeh. ,G,g: a;cau4.)Qir Q .-HA o- .i hi . The First National Bank... OHJhioago. Svyln, - $2,0W,OM THE AMERICAN trust and Savings Bank N. W. Cor. LaSalle and Hadison Sis., LTMAM J. OAOE, PrwiiCQt. JA3, B, FORGAH, Vice Presiieit. RICHARD J, STREET, Cashier HOLMES HOGE, Asst. Gasbier. FRAMK E.BR0WK, 2d Asst. Casbier. All classes of high-grade Investment Bonds bought ana told. Accounts of Merchants, Uanks. Bankers and Corpora ttons solicited. 1 revelers' Circular Let ters ot Credit issued, available in all fiarts of the world. Commercial Credits urnlshcd for use in Importation of Mer handise from Foreign Countries Trans fers by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. JOHN 0. 81'ItY rnr.nnRXT fl. A. Bl'RY Vieic l'nr.'lDKXT OKO. B. sTHY Site. AMI) TltEAI. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE Capital, - - - $1,000,000.00 Surplus, - - - 200,000.00 Q. B. SHAW President JOY MORTON Vice President WILLIAM KENT Second Vice President J. R. CHAPMA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

imff-wiw-r-! --. :jj1aiSj lW9 M$vl!?R'iii7S?5' THE OHIOAOO EAQLE 9i if BROSSEAU & CO., Commission Merchants, PROVISIONS. 55 Board of Trade, WM. M. BOYLE, English Chop House Co. XT CJuincy Street, i - or roatoaoi A. J. TOOLEN, (Hi Room 602, No. 167 dtol n ml mm Melrose Stables. A. H. KLEINECKE, Prop Livery, Boarding and Sale Stables. CARRIAGES JLT ALX. HOURS. vumtn. 111S-1117 gelroie St, Chicago. JOHNADANK Uvery, Boarding -Sale Stables S1 lit Welter At., CoLff.?gff) Chicago. W. 0. CURTIN & CO., Undertakers and Embalmert 144 Wells SU ITT lUrtV .. Vl A MhAH LIVERY, 148 and 150 Wells St.. CHICAGO. OFFICES OPEN DAT AMD MIGHT. WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer. ktaS&4Blfi livery and Boarding, 86 and 88 Racine Avenue, Vtlefbone North 270. CHICAGO, CHAS. BURMEISTER, UNDER TAKBR! 303 Larrabee Street, Ntrtktti. Chicago. r -.n.- S m 11 I I I ill ill I Till 1 Dearborn Street kill! I76' mmiSjeiUQiQO, lib FOR THE EAGLE. A Collation of News from A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

w3lli t-SWSV&'f y ! ' nr' v HCwt'J'W. rrjv th-.' cft" '' 'Vvj r? 7 " v A ?'fl"'VfiA',- .r.'T H E3 , 0 HJOAGO EAGLE, The Parker J. F. RITTER, Manager. 83-85 Thirty-first St., CHICAGO. One Irt vk from Cottnce Ornvp nvciiUPcnMocum. tnlilocktrivnalt n.rcct ftntloti Illinois C'ri)tr.il Uv HiiilioriicilbrMUttt Mrret ralilo nml Hint t. I'Ktrlc line, which hhm thu il or. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water Baths, Elevator Service and all Conveniences of a First-class Hetel, Including, Cafa, Buffet, Etc. EUROPEAN PLAN. BBBHHHBVaBBBBBS'.BiBBBVSM ioo Handsomely Furnished Rooms Rate from 9 1 .9S to to per week. Transients BOo 7Bo & 9 I per day. THE CRIPPLE CREEK 60LD TUNNEL COMPANY Own a splendid mining property in the v. ry best part ot the Crip, pie Creek distriot and are pushing development work night and day. SHARES, 6c EACH; PAH VALUE, II.M. JOHN R. PARKER, Pres., Room 1017, No. 171 SaLalle Street. TREASURES IN OLD BOOKS. Valuable Itacnmettt lllncoverctl by a Pccnntl Hun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

mmmmmmmm Tvcpn -. ?V -m-jtTnr THB OKIOAOO E3JLO-LH3 - Li " ' A. If " J '" II ml COVPT'S NEW ARMY. Prejudice Against MIHUrr Service Is Ileitis Mopldly Overcome. In one souse tho Egyptian army to being tried In the ueld tor the first time. True, It lias already Its record of victory. The men who nre now concentrating ou the Upper N'lle arc a different army ftotn the wretched slaro soldiers who broke nt lil Tcb In Baker's disastrous tight, and who followed (licks to destruction In Kordofnn. Tbet were the days when recruits wera dragged In chains to the quay or the railway station, the days when parents destroyed their children's sight or crippled a hand or limb that they might scapc Impressment Into tho army. Now a now sign of tho times the rcserrlsts arc coming In without any difficulty, crcn though they aro ordered for service In tho once dreaded Soudan. The army Is now regarded as an honorable career, and the general feeling Is that the Egyptian regiments, It called upon to face a m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

1 Vln?srj ai rfn i, fWM'z a'rvHWii viWTv &xW Si; m' ivv--- "v;h THE! OHIOAQO BAQLB. MRr ME " T WONDKIt, James," said Mm. I Mock, doubtfully, to Iter hus band ono morning, "If you could get your own dinner to-night. Tea nee I'vo had to let tho servant so B her holidays for a day or two, and they want me desperately at Ut Worn aa'a Aid and Itcllef bacar, to help tfcent with their high tea from 4:90 to 8:80. If you thought you could manago by. yourself " I'll try to surrlvo It," observed Mr. Meek, good-naturedly. "1 don't fancy It wilt prove fntnl." "I'll get n roast nnd cook It this morn log, then," went on Mrs. Meek, cheerfully, "and you can huvo It sold rotdinner." "Tlmulc you," replied Mr. Meek, "you will do nothing or the kind. I fancy I haven't gone camping pretty much every yenr of my life for nothing. I suspect 1 can manage a hot dinner about as well as most women." Mrs. Meek had her doub'ts, and, unlike most wives, expressed them. Mr. Meek viewed his wife's doubts ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

-V.f".5rS",Jr-!'" '-"T.-rnrv" vrVji Jjf! : IVVTTVrji A- Mi-tr"' THE OHIOAQO BSJLOXjES, I'lccil ArrlontiN. Cnpt. Uwkvr, n IMi:1iui exploror in Africa, Mill un otllolnl of thv Congo Vvw Stat'. mitti'itituil ilu1 iicui-o oliar- actor vi'iy well, anil Ikh lilt uiioii a iKii.nt ami I'lfootlve tiuuiw f ItilluiMivliiK tlic native-'. Ilu wiiwwl to lio ImtKU'tiHl from i:iifni'.' a cmul and loud haml-orpin, anil pla.M-il It before 'Aw blaek. lie eeii allowed onie of the niiKt truty of the black') tlienwelMw to turn the crank. The natlvei were wild with delluht. They withered from far and near to hear the new machine. They repinl'd it in onictliltiK Mtiiiernatiiral, but not to be dreaded or feared as xoiuethln:; to Ue venerated ttwteail. To change Ktrb.iroiiH linlilK Cnpt. lleeker hns viu-our.tgvit the celebration of Christian tuarrhmc ninuiij: the native; and asi they were somewhat averse to thK clvlll.cd iniiceilure. he auuotiucetl that the hand-orpin hoiild Ik? played at every Clirltlii iim...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

VV!' Vftfpje SPvS'-' THE OHIOAOO EAOLE, JOHN A ORB, rncsiocur. WILLIAM LEONER. vice PBtST.HTPtAs. WILLIAM H. REHM. occfCTAr. REWERY (Jg American Brewing Co. 'jjflji 2'ggSS?BttUh v AW Id TL f v i w ; tfvli?5fEST--DIDE Export Beer Cor. Augusta &PaulinaSts. fiuiricic TELEPHONE WEST 129. a U. S. A WRITES HER OWN LEADERS. If Mario Lotttio Mjrrlclc n Biicccmfnl "Newspaper Man." There Ih a llttlo woman down lit Georgia who might servo nit n put tern for niL'inliors of her box In other localities. She Id a linn believer In the right of women to do whatever they enti do well, and has acted upon that belief without no much as awakening a pro test from mcmbcis of the other sex. She Is the editor of a Democratic pu. M.V1IV I.OUISK MVniCK. per, and dictates the policy of the part)' In her sccttou. Her name Is Marie I.oulstf Myrlck, and sho Is the owner of the Tlmes-Itccorder, published In Amcrlcus, (la. The paper Is known as the personal organ of Speaker Crisp, and Mrs. Myrlck as Its...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 June 1896

'".-I THE OHIOAGO ajs uw DM T Kill 41 PER .2 CENT. AT I Wt tare made 1mm at this rate, and lave mere ef the aamt fund on hand. Ontral BuImm Prtftrty Nrltli. a FEET, tea Weeks from the Coin t Hwn. Oae tenant. Corner on Van Bonn St, near Halitod, FOR SAtE. WELL RENTED. Map Smilti & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leates C. & N. W. Depot, corner Kimie and Weill St., at tijo 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 CASK AMD 7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract fur abaci each purchaser. mftlU H. E. HDRLBOT CO, Building and Improved Real Estate mmm ft Lamest Mm Fir Hqisi of tbi Northwest WsVB harley c. Mcdonald, 03 and 804 Maaonlo Temple, THE LEADING FASHIONABLE FURRIER. P. A. LANQLOIt, Manager. MNIHNI ALASKA SIAL, LMttt) BTS. JACKITS FROM 1110.00 UP. eUUIHI AUSKA SIAL. - M CAMS, IISS.M UP. fiest that DIFT QOMPSTITION. W an MUOTIOAL a wjnvM, uumht ua womuniu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 July 1896

"fiuji'l'tf way Try wrwr w -rfvwyrifw ' VT 3W5i 7 4 'I K WK fSjkwvni'-'5wMtrw'' W- m K VOLUME XIV. HERE ARE THE For Forty Tears Democratic National ' Conventions Adopted Rules that They Never Heard Of. They Merely Reiterated the Laws of Pre vious Conventions Way Back to That of 1852. Even the Compiler of the Published Official Proceedings of the Convention of 1884 Was Unable to Discorer that Qo? erned Body. The Eagle Has Dug Them Up, However, and Presents Them in All Their Iniquity. Wltli the remarkable Inaccuracy which has characterized tlio Chicago Trlliunu'H reports or lliu iirvllnilutiry dolngsof tlie Democratic nalloiml eonvent Ion, that paper Thursday publlshed ii column of stuff nlwut contest In tin Illinois delegation over membership on the "Committee on Rules." There In no Committee on HuleH In the Democratic imtlonul convention. There has not been n "Committee on Huk'H" In n Demoerntle nntlonnl convention slnee 18.VJ. livery succeeding convention wince that years has adopt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 4 July 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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