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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

r i-,m -."-xt.4inr4lqrvyj,rTrT"?!rVJ iif u ' THE! CHIOAQO 2 -A. OLE. 11 Tr i & i ?. , T 4 I 'J (If . ,V' l'i H D E if ift It A m m k veer iaeeeajHHiseeBTaeeMaw vyifci Mi tllli A niVeB.eeeTBBeejviBiBrBeTB' '!!Pir'Tift?BMvr:aeBi m JseeBBeejTar Aw llBT eeir .eY I i3eevljBBBBBBBBBBTpeBBBBBPBfc: Jft. aaWw W-r nlPJPejBBBBBe'JBBVf AllanuE fliBWU Sfc 4-:l7rftaBBBBBlif i .iwf ' -j", -isfYzilZi '-.'.,! . ,.li.-i i '- .i'K b.avyrx-Tr'iiiv "-, Vi V"jr vfc j (.'"! flu- " BREWtt' OF THE IE$T MALT Id lp K Telephone Wast 189. w.khpt ... el s jnr v TCW.'.3 KV ;i' .-?,. yjr j.' T-i .. .-"'-f 1-T'J.4Wi.il ( August Maritzen, Architect and Engineer for Brewers ai Maltsters Office, Booms 40, 42, 44, 40, 48, No. 177 La .Salic St., Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1633, ERNST WEISS BEER! SO Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. A OFFICE H CHICAGO, Tlplaoii -K BOTTLING DEP1BTMEHT, 29 West Ohio Street TUcw43l2. mma BIB Milwaukee, "Wis. HENRY UIHLEIN; ?riidnl ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent. Ann...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 19 May 1894

,m , viriurtjAgKU,. --W .-1 - 1, Wy Wtt! THE OHIO-A-OrO EAGLiS. m ? HARTLEY Fh 17 Vein il 309 Hilta St., Snccissor to BRAND, Free Factory Sites Mw .a 210 am 212 Walrt A?. 1 km I I I ' 1 1 " ' I l'ill 1 III I .HIS j j J.'l I LLLii bbbbT mmnfiXlu 4 m : A LIFE-SIZE CRAYON (If it is the work of a genuine ar. tiatj, is by many preferred to costly portraits in oil. HARTLEY'S Lite Size Crayons are the best pro. duced in Chicago. Just as his Cabinet Photos are regarded as tno Idlest made anywhere. But the best ure not always the most expensive. Hartley's prices are: Oie Dozen Very Best Cabinets $2.00, r One Dozen Cabinets with One Life-Size Crayon $5.00. Open avery Sunday from 9 to 4. HARTLEY (SUCCESSOR TO BRAND) 210 and 212 Wabash Ave. m M Lumber Co. aiNrfMtartri and Dealers in LUMBER Lath and Shingles, Doors, Blinds And MOULDING8. Wahave a choice stock of all fclnda Dry Lumber, especially sju table for CITY TRADE, at She lowest market prices. 31-33-3537 SCIARK ST. COR LAKE ST. mm nsMG clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

&Z!ffi0H?iSi Kjfit34kWwvHlsvi'(' ?if ''' vt r?MiJi,.Uf.i- t-w SWA: "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME X. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1894-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 242. MSw i-:tfisBjjjjjBBjB ' M ft -v R. ?.:' B'-te . f : ' ' i L . E UllllS TO MB THE TICKET. Koehersperger Has Been Withdrawn from the Race for the Republican Nomination for Treasurer. Mr. Strassheim, the , Grocer, Will That v . t No Diminution in the Number of Candidates for the Various Offices in Sight. The Republican nomination for County Treasurer is likely to go to Mr. Chris Strassheim, tho popular wholesale grocer. Ills opponents fear him and say ho docs not want It, but Mr. Strassheim says there is 'no truth In the story that he is about to retlro from tho contest for tho County Treafiurcrshlp. Ho writes to say: "I desire to Inform my friends and the public that I am a candidate for tho offlco of Treasurer of Cook County, subject to tho will of the Cook County Republican convention. I have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

iftirt II Mm III! Jt'Wo r -v" rY? THE OHIOAOO BAOLB. II It t i.1 ggaaegggggggggggggggggggggggggggglEKV iflj eBggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggiaw iati (iak BBiq agggaiis ''KggggggggggggggggggggggleggMEl?Zlll State Ceatrat Coramltteee. Birt'BMCAX. eadqnartere Chicago. Chairman J. 1L Clark. Secretary T. N. Jamleson. Tttuottt- K. a. Keith. At Large Edward H. Motrlf , Chicago; Horn tm Singleton, Decatur. District. ' 1.... T. J . Jamleson, Chicago James L. Monaaban, Chicago James II. llntke, Chicago James IVase. C.Meiirri 1 t T a t to u 2 I I 15 II IT i IV . . W. H. I'tatler. Aurora Oto. 8. Hotwr. Ilockf onl J. K. Utter, Merlin ,....ino. l. ruucrton, uuawa J. U. Wilson. Hickman I.C. KUwuriK i'corla W. II. Mainline. Macomb A. 1 )mut, Winchester Lincoln Dnbol. StrlmttlolJ W. K. Cailiouu. Decatur James II. L'latk, Mattoon A. II. Jonc, ltoblnon l. M. Clark. autlalla .... J. II. Mcstck. Kast St. Louis James st. Msrllu, Salem . C.S.Itlica, Marlon IilMOt'IUTtC. ttaitiilir- Clilciwo. Cliatrin ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

g-M HJiHJPIlfliitfjlM"Wi'TP1 WW WlMlPWiB Hm$ Wff WiPfcUWWwf t(n,r vv(,lrt?v'r'4, J r t a-" " v -v". v T2i OHIOAOO ElO-LE. If - . rv V i. '(, '-'. ft Rfc w JilCURI OF 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. If. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. AMUEL P. McCONNELL. Jt S. TUTHILL. K W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. OXBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County .JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK HERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, .A.T 11.A.W. 1203 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. TttKfowi Maw ist. DAVID SULLIVAN, AST LAW. 87 Washington Street, Butte uo-ao. United I fUjn hfl tata Ktpreaa Building. UIIIUaUUi M. J. DUNNE. AttomeyanflCoMSulor loom 302, CbicaiO'Opera House BUi Clark and Washington St., CHICAGO. PECKHAM & BROWN, Attorneys and Counselors .A.T IjA."W. 617 First National Bank Baling, CHICAGO. .telephone Connect lou. S. L. LOWENTHAL, At...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

ii r. lfTitmxsaaa ..ff.ytirgv, ir-Trilfraw I ,' , , ' I . .. ' ' II i - 1 ' I. II - - Will ' ! -tm m iinnnnjwum i' i""t',iw NMwfa.f'.'i-JniVawy MIM ,Mi"Tr''-"" wrvcv w?5' T-5"' v ??- Vv "- . "'- rff f,"'wWVf3s'Pn53JSZ tlj1)'. rnr it5rtKiV ttWWvj"' k,rTHE OHIOAQO EAGLE, lit I Cljc Chicago (tagle ffVBLIUOCD XVXBT SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. 4a Independent Political Newepaparj Fearlete and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. addreu all communication to I1GNHY F. DONOVAN, Editor and Proprietor. V. il ami IV) S. Jcllet'on btrt ct. tntf ffd at the Pottofflee at Chicago, UL, m cond-cl.itt matter. Laiiestweeily rotation in tlie city and county of any paper WHAT ARE WE COMING TO? To nil good and thoughtful citizens the spectacle furnished by one of the courts and the Grand Jury of Cook County during tho past week suggests the question, "What arc wo coming to?" It must undoubtedly be cause for alarm to all Americans 'vbr, take pride In the lnstltut'ons of this country to see the high...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

tjiW!! THE OHICAGO E3 .A. Li E3 . i hi' 151. t.i' . v fa it (1 (i 1 'Ilk IV hi ' ''. lift.' ?si MB. GHiS. E NBWTON'S Magnificent New Up-Town Hat Store.- Elegant Latest Styles and Where They Will Be Sold Hats tor Men of Fashion. Sin. C1UALE8 E. NEWTON, Late of the Arm of Hcnnegon A Newton. Mr. Newton hat Just opened a first-class hat atore at No. 145 Dearborn street, where ho will carry a complete new and elesant atnek In all tbo leading spring and rammer style for lml. In dress, silk, opera (crush), and derby hat, that cannot be excelled aa regards the excellence of material, superiority of workmanship, ami elegance of finish and design; and aa the took la all new throughout, there are no old styles to work o(I on unsuspecting customers. As everyone know, the crowning glory or anian'a attire la a new and f ashlonable hat. The coat may be a trifle "off,' the pant may not no all they abonld be, and "virtue may flonrlah In an old cravat, but man and nature acorn the allocking hat;" and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

JUIWMHMIH I ! m .,!'-? am WfwmVfriVviimwtfmm m ' iyw 'wwNSiwwjiii 'r"a im&&Wjftei'4.Vii"iKK HgjfiiWiWWiii'www siiB(Wwwtwrrwwyy'y ufiwi( ' i THE OHIOaO-O E3AGLE, ' M e '"wfwy FOR THE EAGLE. Collation of News from All Over the World, ' A Fait it Polltleil, CoiiircUl it. iril litilllgiRci, THortitMf SHM fir Euli Ruiiri, DOWN TO TUP. IHITTOM. girl had n pront mania for reading nd her choice lltoraturo was tho nowiDsper. Nrtrr llefor Was the Wheal Trndc So i t?or In urs uftor tho family would rsUlre SEVEN FEET OF WHISKERS. Keystone llrimlillcnn. Tho largest crowd eou nt a lcnnyW nla State contention tor years packed the ble llurrlsliurj opera homo w hen tho convention to notntoato tho Candidates of tho Republican party tor Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Auditor Uenonil, Secretory of tftnteatid Conrrfsitmm-at-lnrao wns called to order ou Wedneiday mornlns. After the usual prelln:lnnrK. General Denser nonilu.itcd for Governor Ocavril Daniel 11. Hasting, of Center Ci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

r-ri-i THE OHIOAGO BJAQLE. ' . v .i V-w-"" ( V"' yrHr-...-"jt Mtt,jtj.-H.v ... fVf vv vii'vtr m m. i,'i,w-w?v 't-A&rZfrf w ft 1 LT- : I-'. 7 u l i FIRE-PROOF STORAGE ROOMS fjfliHnl nasal BHiHKSfRirA BiHlllllB " ""NSvaas'Jf THI HIRAM SIBLCY FlRK'MOOF WARCHOUSfS. For Valuable Household Goods Pianos, Trunks, Statuary, Libraries, etc. Careful men to I handle. Furniture Van for moving. Safety and security guaranteed. Rooms shown at any time. HIRAM SIBLEY & CO., Proprietors. Offices: 12 mid 14 North Clark Street. f?k:llla2l Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seneco. SENECO cnicacro, P. HOLBAMA. iaSBBBBBBsV SBBBBBBBBBk, t'BSBsW' f lP!9MEHBSBBBBBBBBBBBaBnh. .XMBSBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBftBESBi'7 'wVIP "BHflaassV'S GflB asaasBBE'' I.DUBltOl, Real Estate 113 Wsst Division Strait, ol i orami in,Gmeral Contractors ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF WORK. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO. J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. THE DANIELS Packing and Pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

" ::rmmj i 1 1 wnunnnx, mm THE OHIOAGO EAOLE, i! LOSG AGO tonce knew nil the birds that cahm And nestled In our orchard trees; For rry flower I hail n unme Mr friends were woodchucks, toads nnd bees. I knew where thrived, In yonder glen, What plant wouldsootueastonc-btulaed too Ob, I wns very learned then, But thnt was very long ago. I knew the spot upon the hill Where checkerberrles could be found, I knew the rushes uenr the mill, Where pickerel lay thnt weighed a pound; I knew the wood, the very trees, Where lived the poaching, saucy crow. And all tho woods and crows knew me, But that was very long ago. And, pining for the Joys of youth' I tread the old, familiar spot, Only to lenrn this solemn truth: I have forgotten, I nm forgot. Vet here's this youngest at my knee , Knows all the things I used to know; To think I once was wise as he But that was very loug ago. I know it's folly to complain Of whatsoe'er the fates decreet Vet, were not wishes all in vain, I tell you what my wish...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

ft" ft .7 , 175? .. . finyirp-n, swr? .stTf-j; i - v i B THE OHIOAQO BAQLE, i ft J . I ' :? J I,. A TERRIBLE REVENGE. faiallpoi-Infeetert Blanket Destroyed . Hcorei of Indiana. San Antonla (Tex.) correspondent In the GlobcDotnocrat: John Forrl, tho Tctcran ntngo driver, who In the early 60s drovo the stago on the orerland touto between independence, Mo., and .Santa l'c, was relating some of his Interesting experiences to a group of friends tho other day when ho told n story, tho circumstances of which will be recalled by many of tho pioneer citizens of St. Louis and tho Western country.The smallpox outbreak nmong the Comancho Indians In tho year of 1855," said he, 'caused a stir throufjout the Western country. I carried the first news of that devastating plague to tho outside world. I was making ono of my regular tilps from Santa l'c to Independence, when I stopped at a small trading post situated on tho Neosho Itlver. There was great excitement nmong the few white aottlors at tho p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

i .wii uwuwinif m u ! iwiipj KwwmmNiytim .jjw! ylSS5B55BSS5BSSB55B! rrimm '-to!- f -r-$ r fin If r nyi T- J - 10 THB OHIOAQO EAGLE, JOHN S. IWIKK, !. mid Trow. CHAItl.ES P. COOKK, Sec. COOKE Brewing Company. 2?th Street and Coitnigc drove Ave., Chicago, US. A. REWER3 AND OTTLIRS OP COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. This Be?r was awarded the GOLD MEDAL, together with seven of the HIGHEST AWARDS, which the Cooke Brewing: Co. received at WoMd's Columbian Exposition, held at Chicago, III., A. D. 1893. The Medals and Awards were received on the strength of the Chemical Analyse made by the United States Government Chemist, which is a guarantee to the public of its purity and healthful qualities. The P. Scboenbofen Brewing Co. EXPORT EDELWEISS HOFBRAU. Corner Canalport Avenue and Eighteenth St, Chicago. TELEPHONE CANAL 8. gjjjfciyjgffAP. . .. .nun, jgg PTiLLttBBRktBBBBAiMU HMttt'11'""" jwJtTWBbYAa. qjggggjgg mmmj Salvator? JiUptmMSS FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. BOLE AOENT J. H. Cotter Old ItemrMSTI W.00 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

TXXHS OHIOAQO JC .A. Q Ii B3 . li ALONE ON A ORE-AT VESSEL. I f ST" SSsxavC'llITIMSTjaaaRvaBaaaV taaw mHF MB JH v iK i k fvSnr aUaaaaaaaaaaaaTaaaaaaaaV aaaaaiBBBaaaaBBaFsBBRaiaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaR&s'" l araaaaaaaW ar BaaaaTaaa"BiaaaaaaaaaviiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHivtT' I aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawaaaaaaaar PBHSHiBK: M sMasBaaY 'KISl uts wvpzsr ,iawaBajKPjii-iAi w. BKWEI OF THE IEST MALT AMI teli In Ke and TelapkOM Wirt 1M. August Maritzen, Architect and Engineer for mwi Maltsters OUce, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, No. Telephone 1633, BUST WEISS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. m shut Mlil'VT'GL'CLls.ee, "Wis. OFFICE II CHICAGO, Onion and Erie Streets. Velllaon BOTTLBC DEPARTMENT, 29 West Ohio Street TDtftmtil?. H MilwaukM, Wis. HEIfRT UIHLEIIf, President ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent Annual Capaoity, 600,000 Barrala. SCHUTZ BRAU Now appear the latest and best product of the celebrated Joseph Schhtz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadi Barley Malt and Finest Bo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 26 May 1894

Tfrr -e--f .- "-' ,' 'y,!f'iW "' At u? the ohioauo hsjlghjHi. HARTLEY For 17 Yuri it 309 Million St., Successor to BRAND. Free Factory Sis jMm, ? 210 Hi 212 Watail AT. Lsi eVfsta 'LbbbbbbPLIbI fJ B A LIFE-SIZE CRAYON (if it is the work of a genuine artist), is by many preferred to cost, ly portraits in oil. HARTLEY'S Life Size Crayons are the best pro duced in Chicago. Just as his Cablnot Photos are regarded as the finest made anywhere. But the best are 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. 3 1 -33 -35 37 a CURK ST. CD Rl LAKE SI OHMS RISING CI 01 IN! F. S. PE ABODY, President CHICAGO. ILL. 14. E. ROBINSON, Vioe President BUFFALO. N. Y. HARTLEY (SUCCESSOR TO BRAND) 210 and 212 Wabash Ave. m spot Lumber Co. MuiuUeturere and Dialers In LUMBER Lath and Sifc Doors, Blixid.s And MOULDING8. We have a choice etock of all kinds Dry Lumber, especially suita...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 June 1894

w .vH'vw vvw- t '. -J- n;'rTfc-i,-F)TiSrav'VriT4'Jl 37. "' " .;" y-m .-' ' 'nt"7' ' 1 "' (.. -f-'-ocN-jpnw 2-..W. - - C"Jri. r- -, - It K i"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." -JV ,V-"V 'v llicaijof taolr I' t I" v X A &' Ml . Ir r ' VOLUME X. SCALES AS U8Y W1U The Popular Judge Will Be Unanimously Renominated for the Position He Now Ornaments. He Has Strengthened His Hold Upon Public Confidence During His Term of Office. Stras sheim Is Running Like a Soared Deer for the Republican Nomination for Treasurer. Oossip of a Political Nature from the Different Party Gamps of Interest to All. Of all tho judges administering law In Chicago, Judge Frank Scales, of tho County Court, has the widest rango of cases to decide. Ills decisions havo been singularly wiso, and ho bears tho best record for reversals In Cook County. The Judgo Is by no means an old man and has many years of honorablo life before htm. Ills history, whllo not eventful, is quite interesting. He was born...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 June 1894

. f , iy' - THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. IB&aav aaw Ut aaBBBBBlaw k BBBBBBBBBamw jSB i -BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeR3r ' - 7 IF t I u it .$& HON. CHRIS STRASSHEIM, The Well Known Merchant Who Is Strongly Backed lor the County Trcasurershlp. The Republican nomination for County Treasurer Is likely to go to Mr. Chris Strassliolm, the popular wholesale croccr. Ills opponent fear hlni and say ho doe not want It, but Mr. Strasshclm says there Is no truth In the story that he Is about to retire from the contest for the County Trcasurershlp. He write to "ay: "I desire to Inform my friends and the public that 1 am a candidate for the ortlce of Treasurer of Cook County, subject to the will of the Cook County Republican convention. 1 have withdrawn In favor of nobody and don't Intend to, and expect to stay In the race to the end and use nil honorable means to secure tlhJ nomination for said olllcc." Mr. Strasshclm was born in Hesse DarinDtadt In the year 1831. Came to thb country with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 June 1894

; rirtVT 'J'eTl'yl --W.rjyMitr; priJi OiIIO-A.a-0 EJA.GHL1E. 3 N I' t h r f I K i!i $ ft ? I PJI 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. If. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. AMUEL P. McCONNELL. 2t S. TUTHILL. H. W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ABRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. GAULTER, .Clerk. County JUDGE .. .CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, A.T LAW. 1302 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. T8MPH0XK Maim hst. DAVID SULLIVAN, A.T LAW. 87 Washington Street, Bon. 419-io. unit i nnTHAnn ate. Kxpreti lJulldlng. I UuIUaUUi M. J. DUNNE. Attorney anflCoiSulor A.T LAW. loom 302, Chicago Opera House Bills., Clark mid Washington Sts., CHICAGO. PECKH AM & BROWN, Attorneys, and Counselors AT LAV. 617 First National Bank BqIIdz, CHICAGO. Telephone Conueollon. S. L. LOWENTHAL, Attorney at Law. Room (103, 113 Clark St., Chicago Opera ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 June 1894

"' .- v --.'' r-T.--l)A,,v-k'-".-r mHs- -Tr , s :"r Vr-i -yrS THE OHIOAOO S3 -A. 0-JLi Hi . t)c Chicago Lf aglc itttTRLIflBED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. 4b Independent Political Nwpapr; Fearlee and Truthful. UBSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. Addrew all communication to HENRY V, DONOVAN, Editor nud t'roprletor, ?, ., n ntul w S. Jct!crou Street. Entered at tha Postofflca at Chicago, lit, a aecond-cl.iaj matter. Mon in tie city and county of any paper EARLY COUNTY CONVENTIONS. The wisdom of tho Democrats Id calling an early county convention and placing Its candidates In tlie Hold at onco has been recognized by tho Republican managers, and the example set by tho former will be followed by the latter. It was not until the return to Chicago of the Hon. Joseph Medlll, however, "that the machine leaders on tho Republican side had their eyes opened. It was not until that "old parliamentary hand" and Nestor of the Republican press had pointed out the great advantage that tho Democrat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 June 1894

I'lKwIPPWIblliSPWSI'W! ifrW'ta W" hi ' f$ fS iv "v ' i nf , .- t. Ha f ft, 'NpMhTryy- TafrTjFrtMEfr-tirr. T r THE OHICAQO E3 A Gr Xj EI . ii 'f rp u. ,v I b E, 1 P CHAS. B. NEWTON'S Magnificent New Up-Town Hat Store. Elegant Latest Styles and Where They Wilt Be Sold Hats for Men ol Fashion. MIt. CIIAM1E8 K. NKWTON, I.ate of the Arm of Hcnncuon A Newton. Mr. Nowtoii bai Jtmt opened a flMt-clas hat sloro at No. lit Dcatborn street, whero lio will carry a complcto new and elegant stock In all tno leading spring and xammcr style for lffU. In dress. "Ilk. oiera (crash), and Uerbv hats, that cannot be excelled a regard the excellence of material, superiority of workmanship, ami elegance of finish and design; and as the stock is alt new throughout, there aro no old styles to work oft on unsuspecting customers. As every one knows, the crowning glory of a man's attire Is a new and fashlonablo hat. The cost may bo a trifle "off," the pants may not ho all they should be. and "virtue may flouri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 2 June 1894

vi xfr- ' .-5?B-w- intocV,j "'. THE OBIOaOO E3wAlO-jiB3. ,!. FOR THE EAGLE. Collation of News from All Over the World, IFP.stitPilltleil,CHMMrtliliN ral litllltCMtf , TMrtHMf Stftttf fir Euli lltifcrt. Soldier Hoy Worsted. Company A. ttoteuteentti Helraent,Olito Ptete troops, went (rum Ne Leslngton lo Olouester on a 'loledo and Ohio Central train Wednesday. Iminodlatoljr on arrival ttiey were surrounded by the strik ers, who darrd tbctn to shoot The Mayor of the village addressed the crowd and finally succoedeed In restoring orJor with the understanding that the soldier would leave town at once. Tney were seat to n train In tho south end of tho Olouester lUllwtd ystds (or the purpose of taking them to Athena for aafety. The minors surrounded the train ' and (or some time refused to allow It . to move. They not only held the tnllltla captive In their train, but swarmed upon tho car and took away tho arms and ammunition of the terrlflod soldier b.ys. DEATH ON THE MAIL. Wisconsin and (...

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