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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 25 July 1896

WvvTVTtvPSTOS wTwFOTm THE O HIOAOO E!A.03LiS The First National Bank... (WChicago. Mil Capital, ,MMM Sirilu, &H,Mt LTIMJ. 0A8E, Pmlitlt. JU. B. FORM, Vice PretMnt. BICMHD J. STBEET, Cailitr HOLIES HOSE, tat, Culler. FRAME E. BROWX, 21 isst. CaUier. All classes of high-grade Investment Bonds bought ana told. Accounts of Merchants. Banks. Bankers and Corpora ttons solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ters ol Credit issued, available in all parts of the world. Commercial Credits furnished for use in Importation of Mer chandise from Foreign Countries. Trans fers by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. jontr c. urnY ritMtnuxT B. A. BPItY Vicr ritr.'inr.XT OBO. K. BMY 8KC. AND TRRAS. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE -AMI SHINGLES. OHICAQO, ILL. CANAL 3""-CANAL 46 The Parker J. P. RiTTER, Manager. 83-85 Thirty-first St., CHICAGO. Ono Mock from CottSRO (Irovo nvemwrablocari, tn Mock from Hint .int't .tutlou IlllnoU C'cn itrnl Hv., iiinl rtoirliml by Mute ktn-i't cublu...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 25 July 1896

" --fV TZg$Z THE CHIOAGO EAQLS2. ',1 TtE VICTORIOUS "Gladiator." A COMMITTEE of nine mechanical engineers employed by the Edward 1. Atlis Company, of Milwaukee, Wis., the most skillful manufacturers of engines and machinery In the world, after examining and testing thirty-six different makes of high grade llicyclc, pronounced the "Gladiator" the mSi most cientitically constructed, easy running and highly T finished bicycle in existence. Upon their judgment a .BSBBX V Iriri'n nrctrr (fir THAU!. MAIIK. GLADIATOR CYCLE WOBKS.'&sVnt' Shale Brick Supply :ano; THOS. J. PETER, Manager. Suite 320 Reaper Bldg, Clark and Washington Sts. TELEPHONE WM. MAYOR, PrM. WILLIAM MAVOR COMPANY, Contractors and Builders. Room 703, No. 167 Dearborn St., Telephone Main 3482. ...CHICAGO. JOHNADANK Livery, BoardingaSale Stables 331 and 833 Webster At., G.WJff8S?) Chicago. W. D. CURTIN & CO., pccwS nTToQIPfCfej K. orni 148-150 Wells Street, Telephone North 0BO. LIVERY: 148 and 150 Wells Street. Offio...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 25 July 1896

SEfcBWW asx rSiW PnWv: STOWlfl TSJfiTWfp'rtJTWy.'1' ti4jwwfj'".vv,t ' aJT,'i(V v- w-wm W pHrt' THE OKCIO-A.OO E! jl O-Xj E . HtrensthenlnK Iron. It mi formerly believed thnt cast Iron, when nubjectcd to long-continued hocks and jnrrlng, became "crystal lized" and brittle; but Mr. A. B. Outer bridge, Jr., of Philadelphia, hns re cently Rhown, by a scries of experi ments, thnt Instead of being weakened, cast Iron Is renlly strengthened by re peated blows and concussions. A Ohnsllr Cot. An Invention calculated to terrify mice mid rats Is described In Popular Science News. It consists of a metallic cat) which, being covered with lumin ous paint, shines In a dark room with n mysterious rndlanco which, tho inven tor thinks, will be more effectual than traps, or even genutno cats, In ridding bouses of rodent1 pests. Carnivorous Plants. That such plants as "Venus' fly-trap" actually catch and squcczo to death files nnd other Insects alighting on their leaves hns long been known, but tho dis...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 25 July 1896

uroiMuinii j'Mtio -u'w,JAniiwmjitfr x&s&vp FjtMf -',- iffjw w THE OHIOAGO H3-A.OL.H3. h Miss Kate Sanborn's forthcoming t ok. "The Little 7.oo," Is said to be nu tmiuslns and picturesque account of animals In literature. It Is said tliat 3en. I.w Wallace, author of "Ben Hur," recclveshlsher pay for his writing than any other llv In is American author. Hamlin Garland Is going to write a life of Gen. Grant for Mr. McClure. He has recently been In Mexico studying the scenes of Grant's Mexican cam palgn. E. P. Benson, of "Dodo" fame, Is now In Egypt' He Is writing a romance, the scenes of which arc laid In Greece during the time of the war of Indepen dence. Sightseers of Victor Hugo's old home1 pay a franc In order to see one of the famous author's teeth. It Is elegantly moanted In a plush-llned case, careful ly covered with a crystal shade. Gibbon deroted orer twenty years of his life to the tabor of reading for and writing the "Decline and Fall." It Is one of the most stupendo...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 25 July 1896

IT? .-S 1"Ti , r ti J '..SVWW. tt'VV"-' Ijr .KA'i- ,ryS-W ,()frf J THE OHIOAOO BAQL13. HP L. WK snt together In tho veran. dn nt Shoplienrd's Hotel. Cnlro liiy benenth aud round tis-Cnlro illtliy, multi-colored, and malodorous, but always pictur esque. Suddenly an Arab boy ennio around tlie corner, and with n snlnnni of the deepest, handed some mall to Grlmshaw. Then ho squatted down on tho veranda boards, with his great black eyes llxed on my companion's face, waiting for further orders. "Your lioy, Captain?" I asked. "Yes," replied (Jrlinshnw, "but a Rood deal more thnn that. I should bo burled In the Sotulnn now If It were not for Ibrahim yonder." "Tell me about It, please." I asked, rather enperly; for this small Arab In tho clear, white tunic, nud brllllnut tur ban Interested me mlKhtlly. Grlmslinw settled himself back In tho bungalow elinlrnnd hcitam "You know, of course," he snld, "Hint I was In Khartoum with Gordon. I did not regularly belong to the lienor al's forces, but I...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 25 July 1896

!f3iVvjSPr-"R 5? ' ev-v" " (- ' 'HP THE OHIOAaO ESA.CjrlLiE, 10 ', ajjTT575?TS''iH,S7iff7?, li Warn lie wni Salv ator? it. i r 1467 to 1481 North Western Avenue, (Corner Humboldt Boulevard). If you have furniture to store or move don't fail to see my storage house and team ing outfit before going elsewhere. Separate clean and dry rooms, with keys. Reasonable rates to all. Packing and shipping promptly attended to. Dealer in Goal, Grain and Mill Stuff. Main Office: 302 & 304 Belmont, cor. Hoyne Ave. Telephone Lake View 135. W. H. TARNOW. Prop. Goodrich .dMptebw Line.- - Jht- - ' 'm n -if-miF uffmmritt "ffn- di cacamt 'Kmtmmmmmft-fJ HEALTHFUL Tni IDC v lJ ' " "li'TWfSW.iCV On the Magnificent New Steamships of the Goodrich Transportation Company, Running to All the Principal Ports and lummor Resorts on Lake Michigan and Qreen Bay. rrtle laylnc out their ulatu for n .nmmer oittltitf will do well tolook orerour lltt of Toatf aud ratc. No more ilolrable trip can be taken than that on ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 25 July 1896

ymwjmmvvnmmm?i ?!miit!!T' KTABfVtt n M A r THB3 OHIOAOO H5-A.GHLiE3, U JOHN A ORB, rfei3cur. WILLIAM LEONEB, vieerntSTfcTMAS. WILLIAM H.REHM, stCPCTAr. American Brewing Co. 4MMMM REWERY C2 TK PECKER BREWING QL 871 to 817 Dudley Stmt, MMrBtMBJaHKM. CHIOA, bVW BREWERS OF OHIOAOO BRAU.M "QAEDEN OITT BRAU. RELS feoffLE lortbishland IfortblsUint ' 5IDE iTenoe, iBrewery (b. tame, Export JBeefv, BRKWBRS OP TBI w.w ) BaBEVCs,' LT Vii7r V.I7Jr .r v. wr,'rM3r mnziwj$A bar imraBHPJSBKiE rauarf v?L.P4K'ipw hw s?-sb&west SUTaHn ft I i if USsbbbbMSbbbbSbbESbI Si ";'F O- Cor.Augusta&Paulina Sts. 1HirAfiO Tri rDunMc ArcT 100 m. n .AV ' TELEPHONE WEST 129. b U. S. A WILL WEAR SHORT SKIRTS Brooklyn Women I'lcituc Themselves to Ho for in Continue. Tlic llrot rainy day afk-r the flit Mouilny In October will In xiKiiillxi'il In llrooklyn liy the nppeuriincu of the llronklyii Health Cultme Chili In their new "common nene" costtiimw. The club win uriMtilxeil only three weel.-t np. with n charter m...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 25 July 1896

SjR83C"-" jt'itij; vsswsiki uikaajs,'j 1 THE OHIOAQO S3AQLE : i li I r. c ' ! - ' ::l y i i ! t I r V f. H TO 101 AT SW 1 PER 2 CENT. W aate made loam at this rate, and late note of the same fund on hand. Ceitral Business Property For Sale. i FEET, to blocks from the Court W House. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St., near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. Dilap Smith & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. W. Depot, corner Kinzic and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. tn. 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. mmm STEHG FUMTERE CO., 90 and 92 West Madison Street, Clear Jefferson Street. CHICAGO'S GREATEST BARGAIN HOUSE. Parlor Suts $15.00 "Vm want Bedroom Suits $10.00 Rocking Chairs.... $1.50 iVm Lounges $4.00 , Folding I3ed $5.75,. Fine Chairs 25C !wr.i Cooking Stoves $6.75 "JTm Sideboards $8.00 Ifti ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

KJHSiw- ,13frr$'Pyij apf- nT'T-'W"' " wy SV-A&fi MW k' VOLUME XIV. TIE PEOPLE IRE I1KMT. Bad Street Paving Arouses North- Siders to a Fighting Pitch of Righteous Fury. The Best Thoroughfares in That Part of the City Are Ruthlessly Torn Up. The Ogden Gai Company Deitroyi Over Thirty-five Miles of the Beit. ;; Pavement, , And the Fellows Who " .rut anvxL tuu urruvci Again. CommlHkner Downey should get nftcr tliv Ogdeii Han Company before It ruin tin- whole Xortli Side. lit- should llutl out what contractu lmvu the "Job" or repairing the Htreet after the Ogdcu company tear them up. Then he should llntl out who the! contractors "divvy" with. It In th rottenent Job ever perr tratiMl In Chicago. TIioru wlilfh have been "repaved" arc a night to Ix-hold. Not a particle of tar ha been lined In the work, and the "gravel" lm Iweii duinitctl carelenn ly upon the Itnise blocks. In n month the block will be float Ing around after some rainstorm and the people will be In misery. Mr. Downey wil...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

-"J' s "W "KWflMji-vrnvuuw., '-"W'-JfiWs75iP5l j THE OHIOAOO 33 .A. Q Xj B3 . ss William Mangier & Co., RESTAURANT 119 and 121 LaSalle Street, NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. ' 4 .'5i Ii Private Dining Rooms on 2d and 3d Floors. .( w fCllientrn 1ij.nl !' Fff'I'leut-Ut-orite lllrkluiir, Jr. j ITonlilcut-Johii II. Knlijlit. rroauriT-j:iinrlM I,, Itnnuiiutul. Svrctnry-Kurl I., llainlilvtoii. n "r. UoodrlilBc, Valentine 11. Hurtfl.. Valuation Coiiitnlttec-Diinlnp Smith. Kl rar 'SI. miow, liniiprt 1". 'Viilkor. Ilt-iijniulii .,lT.'."c,,,l!,, "'"I J n tiii" II. Vim VIlMluitoti. Public Sorviov Ciiiiiinittvc South mmp: Ororgo t wnriior. Kiln In 1". llotrlnll. Norili v ' l J.".1'" .J'cCon.IU!l1' J' ,'owl'' Ox-limn. iJril '"L0 Al.bor.t J' 8t0U0' Jucob c- Jlnglll. Paul O. Hten-lnml. u-iiiil",jr',il,i J""'ttcc r.yman Iinlr.1, .. .. it ii ! i .. ' l i . I'lii'iirii. iivury . I.flt.llinfil 111111... .. ft i,.,," " "it n lliiuill W Urtll I' inalu I. t.l iikiiiii uuri.' ii. Kiel. (.nil Ilonril Coi...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

v;wf.frw.n,r;441 ffi lOf-tfaT, VOItTry- "i rHB OHIO-A.OO ESjGHjEJ. JUDICIARY OF Superior Court Judget. oa n oARY.Oaief Me. HENltT If. SHEPAXD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE. STEPHEN D. Circuit Court Judget. .If. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. WATERMAN. R S. TX7THILL. 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. f UUurEt w C XwOxIXjOaAl x CLCRx. A O. COOFER SHERIFF JAMES PEASE TATE'S ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. I JOHN J. SWEME, Attorney at Law, l7uiMWuMitMlt, ouioAao, 1Z.X. Reomi 516616 United States Exprett- Bldg, Telephone 4041 Main. JOHN R. PARKER, Attorney at Law. NEW YORK LIFE IUILDIN0, UWIi ana Monro. Bta., UlUCagw, ANDREW J. RYAN, TTORNEY AND A COUNSELOR AT UW, 616-618-620 Reaper B...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

wXWr?rT5'9yrwirti(qty.vr w t--wms '(w1 - W vft .$ ? VMVV T"rt V1'!T ViVivJ TS V ' THE OHIOAOO EJ -A, O-31, B3 . H I Ik tf Ijicaflo aale. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. As lo4tptn4tmt Political Sewtpaptr, Femrhia ma4 Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, S2.M PER YEAR lttUM AM. COKMVfttrATtOX TO HENRY P. DONOVAN, Editor art Projrldor, to Ttatoak BalMIng, 8. E. Comer Wuhlagton St. ami Fifth Are. Entered at the Postoffloa at Chicago, lllt ftoli, as lecond-clan xiattcr. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Eagle can bo ordered at Charles Macdonald & Co.' literary, emporium and look store, 35 Washington street. L. If. Jackson' periodical and news depot, 05 Clark Mtreot. Itobt. K. Hurke's book, stationery, periodical and news paper depot. :t4!) Division street, and st all flrst-clniM new stands through out the West. BLACKGUARDISM DON'T PAY. Once again we are in for n done of "I.exow" gossip. The periodical mania for public "Investigations" of public officials Is on and there Is nothing...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

TSKpfirTTjFv rPPjtrreTP'WW'1 ?. jn"" THES OHIOAOO H2 -A. O ILi E3 . $ :' &. B, v. ft- M -x I- The First National Bank... Of Chicago. sfiit, - &m,om THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank If. W. Gor. LaSalle and Madison Sis., Capital, ... $1,000,000.00 Surplus, - - - 200,000.00 Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $100,000 Fort Dearborn National Bank of Chicago. U. S. Government Depository. OFFIOEBSt JOHN A. KINO, - PrealdentlL. A. OODDARD, - Cashier J. H. WITBECK, Vice President (N. N. LAMPERT, Asst. Cashier LTIAK J, OAQE, Mint. JAS.B.FORQAI, Vice President, RICHARD J, STREET, Cashier HOLIES HOGE, Aut, Culler. FRAMK E.BROWM, 21 Asst. Casbier. All clauei of high-grade Inveitment Bond bought and sold. Accounts of Merchants. Banks, Bankers and Corpora tions solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ters ol Credit issued, available in all carts of the world. Commercial Credits furnished for use in Importation of Mer chandise from Foreign Countries. Trans fers by Cable to the leading cities of Europ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

if' tf"S' 'tZ?T?T$i "IV the. ohioago eaole. M., pv-i. '.. THE VICTORIOUS "Gladiator." A COMMITTEE of nine mecluAnical engineers employed by the Edward l. Allls " Company, of Milwaukee, Wis,, the most skillful manufacturers of engines and machinery in the wold, after examining and testing thirty-six different makes of TIIAHi: .VAIIK, GLADIATOR CYCLE THOMAS J. PETER. Shale Brick Supply !ANI) Construction Co. Suite 320 Reaper Block. Telephono WM. MAVOR, Free. WILLIAM MAVOR COMPANY, Contractors and Builders. Room 703, No. 1 67 Dearborn St., Telephone Main 3412. ...CHICAGO. JOHNADANK Livery. BoardingssSale Stables 331 and 333 Webster At., (VSESfflS) Chicago. W. D. CURTIN & CO., ?ii--s3BWeeaBBi9sBMBHa OFl 148-150 Wells Street, Telephone North 680. LIVERY: 148 and 150 Wells Street. Offlooa Open IZmvy and CTlatfxt. WM. EI8FELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer. Livery and Boarding. 86 and 88 Racine Avenue, Telephone North 270. CHICAGO. CHAS. BURMEISTER, UNDERTAKER! 303 Larrabee Stree...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

i5Vi?r-iiWfe7 T T 'Z"TZr2?'rC,-3'fc' ' 'WJlFJ. '"f THE OHIOAQ-O E3 .A. O-3Li E3 . h -Sn3&&aXllJa,W ? "BeTaeTaeTaeTaeTaeTaeTaHBaeTaeTaeTeK m.' JIB . JjfSLsSSPv "&. aeaeaeBas9C wH CAPTAIN D. M. CONNORS, The Popular Commander of the Anchor Line Steamer City of 3t Louis, the Largest River Stomboat in the World. A. Man Loved and Respected on the Mississippi and Its Tributaries. ONE YEAR WITHOUT FOOD. Mll. I.NdltAM. Hcmarknbte Knatlng of Mm, Henry Ingram of Huttlc Creek, 31m. Henry Ingrain, of Bnttlu Creek, Mich., linn not eaten nny food for one year, and Is yet alive. Ou a former oc casion wlie went :)(lli days without food. Ou Oct. 11, 1880, Mm. Ingrain visited a dentist nud had u wlxdoui tooth drawn. As slio stepped from the chair she Tell to the Door, fainting. She was tilueed on a couch nud given a kmks of water, tint Instead of relieving her the water IncreiiHcd her ngony nud en used violent vomiting. After several hours' Inef fectual work by physicians to over come the ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

MMNMt4riBwM THB OHIOAOO SAGLiB. 1 fgAW lr 9mm Meteoric Stone Full. Mr. J. F. Black, n fanner, living about all mllta from Ottawa. Kan., aw a M&all ietorlte fall on Ills land late In the afternoon of April 0 last, and going 10 the spot whoro It fell, picked It up. It wlfh thirty-one ounces and con tola a little Iron, but consists in the aula f stony material. New Zealand' Oema, Agate-uuntera frdm Germany arc now exploring New Zealand with very prom tolas; results. Blue and white topas aad splendid specimens of amethyst bsts been discorered by them, as well as large pieces of quart so filled with aleader, rutlle crystals as to resemble i of matted luilr. lava's Man-Apr Prof. Marsh, of Yale, has recently an aoanced his opinion that the rcmarka sl remains of a skull, teeth and other fossil bones found by Dr. Pubo's In Java bolongcd to nu anini.il tint "was not human, but uprescu'."! :i form tntarnicdlatebctwcou man and the high er apes." This opinion confirms the be lief of the dlsc...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

SmrMri(ilftiXrAr:i' Hss j--T" t?rp7t?- Tmiwn iTnyi'Ww. MT' i THE OHIOAOO EAOLE3 1 Mas - " ' 1 CgEllsl I I -FIVE Mi Y dear girl, you'll hare to let me off. I'm awfully sorry, but 1 - lue uuveruur wuu i niv wo. ;rm really fond of you, and i turn you .'re of me, but " "01 why didn't I want to marry a cent barrister, a doctor, or eren a .'journalist. Instead of an Earl's younger ton?" said Miss Muriel Mallett. with .' frown on her pretty face, and a tear 6T two In her large, limpid eyes eyes 'which made all the men think, wrong ly, that she was poetical and sentiment al. "But, seriously, can you giro me opr The Hon. Bob Marttndale looked at ,fter. She was Just his Ideal-tall, well built, but with a saucy face In which the big black eyes seemed out of place, If fascinating. There was In her coun tenance the strangeness which, accord. Ing to Bacon, Is necessary to great beauty. She affected a tailor-made own and was always well groomed; .yet, though her dress, was a trltlo man tolsh, In t...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

1 v-rj.1Jj(-!4--ffri, ) ' T,tfT3W'ifc11tVM,iTWr'Pr7rsw;r3-p TT-nr kiiiry 4;ilsjjSjffay4 ! .Vi?' irT?,?? PW THE OHIOAQO H30IiE. i FRANK GAZZOLO, Saloon Fixtures! The following are some of the Saloons we have fitted up: MASONIC TEMPRE lll'FKKT, 51 Randolph Street. WAUNEK & HAl'SCHILD, corner Clark and Washiigton Streets, rAN-AMERlCAN, 70 Monroe Street JOHN KCCLES. 85 Monroe Street. THE TOSETTr," 104 and 106 East Madison Street. I1KLMKAM1' DUOS,, corner 5th Avenue and Lake Street SalvatorT IMPORTER OF i FINE CIGARS :A?fi; TOBACCO. R. X. McARTHOR MFG. CO., (Tel. Main 2635.) 1 93-5 Randolph St. OFFICE DESKS, CHAIRS AND SHOW CASES, 487 West Madison Street, CHICAGO. n wan State fan 1467 to 1481 North Western Avenue, (Corner Humboldi Boulevard). If you have furniture to store or move don't fail to see my storage house and team ing outfit before going elsewhere. . Separate clean and dry rooms, with keys. Reasonable rates to alL Packing and hipping promptly attended to. Dealer in Coal, Gr...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

SnitfM'HMM SsSrSwySS .w!,iW(n(nfitwj(iH'i"r"Mi -f -j-(-i THE OHIOAQO EAQLE. 11 JOHN A ORB, Pfft.iDENT. WILLIAM LEANER, vieepnsT.TiM WILLIAM H.BEHM, 9CCRCTAr. American Brewing Co. iREWERY (Jg Mm f Mi 9 jwy$vzStfi B!"ISiaHBgi aaaaBLflaaaan itJ L a BaaaaaaBBaaaaaaaaaaaH i Trniinr atriiifcn r r4&w.s:jrrHnra tct v :stSide iBrewery(o. Export Beer Cor. Augusta & Paulina Sts. luirAGO habalal I I VVU VVImWI W 9 U. S. A VEST'S START IN LIFE. Ill Joke on a Crowd of Poker Player Drove llltii Went. Ono of tho conspicuous flurus In tho Chicago convention yna Senntor Vust. of Missouri. Vest, wiys n correspond .lit, Is n Kcutticklnn. lie Ihwiii life liy monkeying with u poker (tniue tli.-tt was foreign to lilm. It wns at a little vlllajre on tin Ohio lllver. Vest was n lioor hoy mid did not play poker. Draw poker to only for very wealthy men. That night a gnmo was i-njlni In the cabin of a tlathoat, which was moored to the levee. The temper of the town sr.KAToit vi:vr. was lit fill' and the...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 August 1896

-1 1. 1 m''"'.si55w7S-BB KTW pi.lWyW 1 !(- $ li THE OHIOAQC EA.O-3L.E six: i to m 1 PER "J 2 CENT. AT Wt hate made loans at this rate, and tava sa.re of the tame fund on hand. Intra luliess Proierty Porltle. FEET, two bloclcs from the Court Haate. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St, near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL RENTED. Dilap Smith & Go's NEW CITY! Train leatcs C. & N. W. Depot, corner Klmle and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. tn. 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 97.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract fur. nlshed each purchaser. ! H. E. HORLBIT & CO., Building and Improved Real Estate vsmm STERLING FURNITURE CO., 90 and 92 West Madison Street, Near Jefferson Street. CHICAGO'S GREATEST BARGAIN HOUSE. Parlor Sets 115.003, ii rd Bedroom Suits $10.00 ltu Rnrl-tnrr ftinira 1RA''l -"""to -"-. tpa.vv wnnl wuril Lounges $4.00 Folding Beds $5.75 Jftd Fine Chairs...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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