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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 October 1896

-u. rHE OHIOAOO S JL O 3Li XD . S"iV93r'tts5j't.JyiV5, iTt TlTrtr 'li'"SI'i .ff"yr n .-! ff mn,'i',i a " H I K' 1 f ti. f If irr r ft JUDICIARY OF Superior Court Judges. 'OB. E. O ART, Chief Justice. HENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. . HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETliAJN. JOHN B. PAYNE. STEPHEN D. 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 SHERIFF JAMES PEASE TATE'S ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT Jbi 0 Jx. A. wfjfci Ko X Ajj J. LEADING MEMBERS OF THE B,',R JOHN J. SWE1E, Attorney at Law, l7iia89Wiialigtu8L, CHICAGO, IZjXj Rooms G1G-D16 United Slates Expiots Bldg, Tolephona 4041 Main. JOHN R. PARKER, Attorney at Law. NEW YO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 October 1896

' "VT?Vr-- --"- w , WvT? ffi fV W FPg "ygf i THE OHIOAQO E3 .A, O-3Li E2 . i , Ilje l)icaoo ialt PVBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. 4a ladtptnleat Political Sewtpaptr, Fearless an4 Truthful, SUBSCRIPTION RATES, 12 M PER YEAR 1PC1EM ALL COMMVSICltlOM TO HENtY F. DONOVAN, Editor tad Proprietor, (04 Teutonic Building, 8. E. Corner Washington St. anit I'lftli Are. ntcrcd nt tho PostoOlco at Chicago, 1111oil, as seeond-cltui aiattcr. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Eagle can lie ordered at Charles Maednnahl iV I'os literary einporlnm Mint hook store, , Washington street. 1.. 11. .laekson's perlodleal and news depot. t." Clark street. Itohr. K. burko's book, stationery, perlodleal and newspaper depot, IMli DlvMoii streer. rhorinan Ilonse news stand, rainier Homo news stand. Tremont House news stand, Sivnrlty ltnlhllng news stand, southeast corner of Madison street and Fifth nvenne. The Kagle can also lie ordered at tho following news depots: Abraham?!! Annie. I.V.I V. Iiuruii Acke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 October 1896

irifiSi Wf'''" ift UiVy 'V "i ')"' WV ywfyaCftSifrv. tei IK T fry W'fc " mpwswt.. ww rn t-i ! fwvv.,.;t.w'- ",. ,. THE CHIOAQC E3 .A. O I-i E . it I liV I The First National Bank . . . OfChicago. raid-ii Capital, $3,W,IHH Surplis, - $2,W0,Q00 LMM j. OWE, Pralltit. JA3. B. FOROAIT, ?Ice Pmiieit. R1CHABD J, STREET, (toiler HOLMES HOQE, Aisl. Cliticr. - FRAMK E.BR0TN, 21 Ant. Castier. All classes of high-grade Investment Bonds bought una sold. Accounts of Merchants, banks. Bankers and Corpora tions 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. jon.s a Bt'itY miwroKXT B. A. BI'ltY VlCK 1'IIMIDKXT OKO. K. Hl'itY 8KC. AMD TRBAS. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE THE AMERICAN Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $100,000 Fort Dearborn Trust and Savings Bank National Bank of Chicago N. W. Cor. L...

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

-T i' . i r-x4 H "t '?KV-bw??V ,-., vit "' "'"-W-"'-1" " "v ' " -".V 'W'W'W'WaiWW 'w'''t'w'w"''''"'B'''' THE VICTORIOUS "Gladiator." s A COMMITTEE or nine mechanical engineers employed by the Edward 1. Mils Company, of Milwaukee, Wis., the most skillful manufacturers of engines and machinery in the world, after examining and testing thirly-slx different makes of BM aaaaaauk I V H My J. TBADC MAIIK. m a a . tm I.I BIIIDIIIH i:YI!l ft vwivinivn viVkk THOMAS J. PETER. Shale Brick Supply AN: Construction Co. Suite 320 Reaper Block, Tolephono WM. MAYOR, Prat. WILLIAM MAVOR COMPANY, Contractors and Builders. Room 703, No. 167 Dearborn St., TefcpMne Main 3412. JOHN AD ANK Livery, Boarding Sale Stables SSI and 338 Webster At., (WtTO.?) Chicago. W. D. CURTIN & CO., sMsJBJTWf' OFFICESi i 148-150 Wells Street, 176 Grand Avenue, Telephone North 600. Telephone Main 2804. LIVERY: 148 and 150 Wells Street. Oxgxi WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer, aaPBaaaaaaaaMaMayajaaaaa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 October 1896

i -M vy?wm n THE OHIO-A.OO H3 A. O-3L, E3 . pgps I' rv 1. his owfu(fc6Atat twmta fjtoi 1 MIKE had been Bitting on tho pile of ties near the water tank over slnco the fast raall shot bjr In the early morning. Twice he had tried to nllp under a car of one of tho nanjr pnmienfter trains which pulled up at tho tank. Me was an adept at riding a the trucks, nnd In his two yean as tramp hod traveled thousand! of Biles, curled up over the spinning .wheels or stretched out on the platform between the engine tender and tho mail ear. Mlku was only 15 years old, but too had Keen nearly every State in tho country, nnd knew nil of tho largo cities Intltnntely. This morning Mike felt that ho had encountered a streak of bad luck. Kv cry time lie sllppt'd under n car tho brakemun or conductor caught hint and hauled lilm out with rough hands and rougher language. But Mike win used to this sort of treatment, nnd took It as a matter of course. The afternoon was well along toward evening when tho west-b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 October 1896

rtjrrs'w'' '"srwrrr!!!! wr-m. -.-mmy-'-i-mm ".Vl""""' - !.' -y5'.r""ri"""r-,'""""v-i-.)v"-.-","-T-;w' ' A' 'V VV-J V r" r -rT 'TOSM'.'y 'TW'" ,'n?-7rpn', ''W'r1" 'r !! TH'fAipvv5ttt,1!ww7Jl,!f.?v; 'JWJIF FvTT, ? "" ?'rts7'W7' THE OHIOAGO 23 .A. O Xj HI . KEEP A.COIN'. If ou stria n thorn or rosa, Kwp a-jreln't If X balls or If It stunv.. Kwp n-Rolti'l Taln't do ueo to nit nml whine When the fish ain't on your line; Halt your hook an' keep ou trylu Keep u-Kolu'l When the weather kills your crop, Keep a-goln'l When you tumble from the top, Kwp a-polii'l 8'poe you're out o' every dime? Oettlu broke ain't any crime; Tell the world you're fwllu' prime! Keep a-Koln'l WbeB It looks tike nil l up, Keep a-itoln't Drala the sweetness from the cup, Keep agolu't Bee the wild birds ou the wing! Hear the bells that sweetly ring! When you feel like slnglu' slug! Keep a-golu't -"A Rhymer" In 'The Mluitrcl." HOI 1 WON MY WIFE, I was In the lowest of low water. T, playwright whose pieces possessed of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 October 1896

vminlTti"" P.WW ffii'rWf-'1'!'' r THE OHIOAOO EAOLE. Si zzr LITTLE AH SID. title Ah Bid Wi a ChrUtlsn kll, ilk nt tlttto cuts you'd declare. With eyes full of fnn And a nose that begun Bight up under the roots of hit hair. Jolly and fat ' , Was this frollcRomo brat, Maying through the long summer day And brnlded his cue Tho same as ho used to, la China-land, far away. i Once o'er a limn That Ah Sid played upon, !A humble beo flew In tho spring, "Mellcnn butterflyl" Bald he, with winking eye, "Ma catchco and pull off urn wing, Then with his cap j Ho struck It a rap, STals Innocent humble bet, And put Its remains i In tho sent of his Jeans, Vm a pocket there had the Ohlats. Down on the green Bat tho little sardine, Xa a stylo that was strangely demure, And said with a grin That was brimful of sin, "Ms mashce urn butterfly sura." Little Ah Bid, Was but a kid, Nor could you expect htm to sues., What kind of a bug He was holding so snug . . In the folds of his loose-flttlng dress. Kl yn!...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 October 1896

tvj -. 'I THE OHIOAQO EAULE. DISAPPEARED FROM VIEW. Kcmnrknltlc Teat of n Kntipa) City Womim Out on it l'rotncnntlc. Iti'sUtonm of tliat liorllon uf Kansas Clt.v near the c.llo railway power lumso were treated to a rare siirprHe the other ilny. A woman returning from market with a heeNteak lit one hand ami e.irr.vliiK a haw parasol In the other was seen passing slowly alon: the sidewalk, sazliij: Intently at a I'iiiaImk eahle ear. The next Instant the woman was jronc only the par- . lill r.ttltflltliwl fill V". " t no shiewaiii. i.ven the lirown paper jvst m:rom:. t'aekajre of beefuteak wiw nilsltitf. The thing was niiirreloiH enough to stop the eahle ear, from whleh iKKeiigi,r.'1 men, women (Hid ehlldren. elamhered down and ran to the spot where the small woman had last been seen. Other people came and the crowd soon grow to more than 100 ustonlshed people. When the lilack parasol was raNcd It was found to have covered an open manhole In.the sidewalk. Twelve feet below, on n pile o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 October 1896

W!r!!&fl?WtcW&-z iiNr,s igvWfrfTxrffi'H-fru - ni ij-fv r -. W ,- ,np ", ,-t7!vwmi THE OHIOAGO EAOLE, 11 JOHN A ORB, pntsiocMT. WILLIAM LEGNER, vieepRtsr,.TitA9. WILLIAM H. REHM, stepp.TAKr. Drexel Cafe, Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.... American Brewing Co. J '"' ' ' '. M.m lAWsI HffS (OnLWbnT vm . , 9atiaMfctiafenaWkSSEB WMnmlmWi- immmsggsmEmw&jAmmEMmvto !'. r(' ammamaflEemBEPisil ? 7 MS t Sillil'llS HawOllEft ximBmMwMn&s. WflWIr r l" r r frnlB IRhMm wIFqt. bbhtltsjbwkhbbbbi til li ,i n,BBBBBBBBBBBBBawaiyBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBmBn if y i. if mvi BaiMIL m taBBBB99BaaaalBaaaaaBaaaaaBW ' WKnf'.m'WW BJBBiiBpjBBBBBBBBiB tCLS AttTLHSb. Side iBrewery(o. Export eer Cor. Augusta Paulina Sts. Chicago TELEPHONE WEST 129. Vu. s!a Salvator! a lHeaCitT25am A BAVARIAN BEER. Brewed of the finest BARLEY MALT and HOPS, well aged. Is now ready for delivery in wood or glass. Please send orders through our agents or delivery men, by mail, or T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 October 1896

"1 i "g frjt.VjVvV?' 1 THE OHIOAOO S3 A OLE, aas .Ri MONEY to LOAN LOWEST RATES ox Improved Chicago Real Estate. Gtitral lutieu Property FOR SALE. Af FEET, two blocks from the V Court House. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St., near Halsted, FOR SALE. WELL, RENTED, Dnnlap Smitb & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leares C. & N. W. Depot, cornet Kintie and Welts Sts., at 1130 p, m. Sundays. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' ride. Two railroad stations on the property. Lots SIOO and Upward. 7.00 CASH AMD 7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract furnished each purchaser. leamon TJVmaxtm3U mm& STERLING FURNITURE CO., 90 and 92 West Madlcon Street, Near Jefferson Street. CHICAGO'S GREATEST BARGAIN HOUSE. $15.00 SSm Parlor Sets. ... Bedroom Suits.... $10.00 V&a Rocking Chairs .... $1.50art Lounges $4.00l& Folding Beds $5.75 &a Fine Chairs-. 250 & Cooking Stoves $6.75 Sideboards MOSS....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 October 1896

ijSTWVKB., ,l;JWJ'i-'rriTnTi?'T'i?r)riivHVjji'''rw'".'Vf-i.-" r-t."m,-otiB,n w8ir-".Mt.W'ii-int'-r-' " !.- 3V1& "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." l)i ca o n J- a ol r II VOLUME XV. THE GRAPH I IIaut thai Dttran and AllarAliI Apa Ho. feated, the Democracy Will Proceed to Reorganize. A New Central Committee Will Be Formed Immediately After Election to Run Things. The Present Combination of Flayed-Out Peeken After Graft Will Be Wholly Ignored, And the Men Who Helped Save the Country from Populism Will Rejuvenate Democracy. Political extinction iiml permanent oblivion 1 tint fa to that iiwiiKm tliu gang if cheap grafter who, for tltu tlmi! being, htm charge of tlu running of this nffnlrrt of the Democratic party In Cook County. The defeat of John Peter Altgeld In tlili Ktato and of tliu futlrv Populltlc Democratic, ticket Ik n certain iim that tlio mm will rise aliove the horizon on Nov. II. The pcolle of thin county will bury lw 'mK.v iiullt ticket under rftu-li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 October 1896

THE OHIOAOO EAQLE. I H ' : 1 1 i 1 il I WjfaalalaMaaaMlr aaaaaaaaaaaaVlaaaaaaaaasasMr JKMmBBskSoSBSSV: mfflmmmamM. '".'t'.yA The THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE Want to Know About Torrencc. To th)' Ktlltor: I notkvd In The tingle of Inst week nn editorial commending the iiiumu of (lull, .luxeph T. Torrencc lu this campaign. Im this the Torreiico who wilil he would leave the country If llryiin was elected? Ik this Tornnet the aristocrat? 1m this the Torrenee who dislikes the poor, nnd who Ih known as "gold plate Joe?" CHAItl.KK IiltOWN, Mechanic. Power & O'Hrlcn Pnririf. Why don't the silver men call their Chicago day parade the Tower : O'ltrleii iMirade?' I hoc that Mr. O'Hrlcn Is marshal of the South Side Clubs, and his partner. Aid. Towers, Ih marshal of the West Side. It Is tin) had there Is not n North Side member of the tlrm. C. T. Ml'ltl'IIY. Ho Will To Keuclirtl. Why don't the grand Jury get after W. I. Kent, late Commissioner f Tublie Works? Ills relations with some of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 October 1896

-iiWl'A'llil--J(J.l'v'V' kWMSm?!m rwffljr.vM7'- T&i75?"pw(uw j i,55c af tw rwir'FWViwi .wf,'-nw- - I THE OHIOAOO aE-A-a-riE. &r ' JUDICIARY OF Superior Court Judges. OS. E. GARY, Chief Jnitlce. JONA1 HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. BHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOGGIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEAR8. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. I l STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. It 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 OHAS. G. NEELY. County Court. JUDGE ORRIN R. CARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. CLERK. Oe COOFJER SHERIFF JAMES PEASE TATE'S ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. LEADM MEMBERS OF JOHN J. SWEME, Attorney at Law, 17 ll M Wllkllltu St, OIIIOAOO. IE.X. ftoom, S1S-5t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 October 1896

"'w"-At7S?AJ! " j5s5T'llS ,' 'PTf 'V ' THE OHIOAQO B3A.O-3LjB. 11k Cbtrajo a0le. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. Am l4ipn4Bt Political Ntwtptptr, Ffrtett a4 Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2 N PER YEAR irrias ill coxxvxtriTtoxi to HENRY P. DONOVAN, Eflter Proprietor, 04 Ttatofllc BalMliif , 8. E. Corner WMhlngton 8t. nA firth Are. filtered at the Postofflce at Chicago, 1111Bols, as second-class matter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. Tin Hugh can lu' ordered nt Charles Macilonahl & Co.' literary emporium and hook store. .".1 Washington utreet. I.. II. Jackson' periodical ami news depor. J." t'lark street. ltolit. H. llurke's hook, stationery. porUilIcnl mill newspaper depot, it It) Division street. Sherman Hoiie news stand, Palmer House news stand. Tremotit Hottse news stand, Security Hulltllng news stand, southeast corner of Madison street and Fifth nvenue, The Knelt can also lie ordered nt the following news depots: Ahr.iluiiiiwu Annie. I.V.I W. Huron Acltermnu M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 October 1896

',M)'f'W'A'V JF" ywf TV"" HIOAOO E3A.Gt1LjHS. if?Rw,;iris7?j,A?$ 1 The First National Bank... OfChicago. Ni-ii Cip!tir$B,OO0,OOO SHIMS, HUM J, USE, Pralleil. JU. B. FORM!, Vice Froileit. EICH4RD J. STREET, Cashier HOLIES BODE, Ant. Caller. ' FB1HE E.BB0WM, 21 Asst. Caitiier, All classes of high-grade Investment Bonds bought and sold. Accounts of Merchants, Hanks, Bankers and Corpora tions solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ten ot Credit issued, available in all arts of the world. Commercial Credits furnished for me in Importation of Merchandise from Foreign Countries. Transfers by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. JOIUf o. ariiY ritr.Mnr.xT 0. A. flt'KY Vick rnr.KiiiK.VT GEO. K. Bl'KY Hkc. AND Thkas. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE IB -AW SHINGLES. KsnlanHr.SonthoffflSi,, OHIOAGO, ILL. CnNAL32--CANAL46 The Parker J. P. RITTER, Manager. 83-85 Thirty-first St., CHICAGO. Om blork from Cottage flroe nvenun cable rnrs, wo Mocks from mt wrct't tituiliui Illinois C...

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

THE OHIOAaO ED-A-OX-iEI. a --. THE VICTORIOUS "Gladiator." A COMMITTEE of nine mechanical engineers employed by the Edward I'. Allls Cmp-ny, of Milwaukee, Wis., the most skillful manufacturers of engines and machinery in the world, after examining and testing thlrly-six different makes of TVAflK MAUK. GLADIATOR CYCLE THOMAS J. PETER. Shale Brick Supply and: Construction Co. Suite 320 Reaper Block, Tolopliono MAVOR, Pr. WILLIAM MAVOR COMPANY, Contractors and Builders. Room 703, No. 167 Dearborn St., ne Main 3412. JOKNADANK livery, Boarding Sale Stables ttl and 333 Webster At., fliSEff ysj) Chicago. W. D. CURTIN & CO., I. OFFICESi MS-ISO Wells Street, 176 Grand Avenue, Tatephsnit North 650. Telephone Main 3804. (LIVERY: 148 and 150 Wells Street. OClooat Opou Day and STlarlxt. WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer. IbmmwBmmmmm Iivery and Boarding, 86 and 88 Racine Avenue, Telephone North 270. CHICAGO. CHAS. BURMEISTER, UNDERTAKER! 303 Larrabce Street, 2 Ntih J88....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 October 1896

fsikS33re lesEgsswriiiftjjfcww . THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, w THE ANGEL OF EVENTIDE. Thou who dot cover nil the Innd la allrnrc with thy roiiI of rest; Htuhlnr with soft nm) fonder hand Dark ewnyltig plno and tnittcrlns ncstj tfrom thy ialr, placid, saffron iklci Gome urntly down with hrnllnc flight And icnl with siren woe's wonry ryes Throughout the watches of tho night! Thou upon whom thy pinions fair Doth hour the sound of vesper belli KJeoa the holy twilight nlr, O'er brrrcy downs and flowery delist 'Anldtt the loud-tonaued, brnwn psalm And slimy songs that sweetly roll Bring tbou heaven's healing, perfect calm To etery stricken, weary soult Thou who upon the quiet grares Dost.rnlmly spread thy mantle gray: Bedew tho grass which o'er them ware When kith and kin aro far ary. Kiss thoso who, in tho gloom of death, Through all night's dreary watches weep j 'And whisper with thy healing breath, "He glvctli his beloved sleep!" Thou who In far-back Hebrew days Didst Millie on Bethlehem's harv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 October 1896

- ., ( JKlfV, VJ n4 ijJlsM'Wf -lJ-W.T THE OHIOAQO 3 .A. O Xj ES . MVtft EATS UP A CITY. Kama Jteaarkakte Mltkip to Settlements In the story of ttio rle and fall of 'Wrateru liooiu towns wltlilu the p:tt 'jreueratlou there Is one strange history that has never liceu wrltteu-tlie passlug of r.lwiHHl, Kan. The Missouri river, twenty feet deep, rolls ami gurgles and foams over the opot that was ouee the main street. Where htllng merchants once displaytil their wares lu commodious hoiwes, ntul the hardy plainsman bumped elhows with the moneyed tenderfoot fresh from the Uast, the broad and vrralle river tlows to-day. The corner lots that ouee flitted back and forth lu the real estate exchange have gone glimmering like the will o' the wisp of ihc jtold seekers gone tojtnake snuds vS the seashore. Klwood has'tutnbled Into the muddy Missouri. One Sctli Allen, whose memory Is still revered along with that of his fumed volonlal ancestors, of whom he often boasted, flung his lank frame, from n ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 October 1896

"'T3tf irv" WTArtVrt,!'W9'":TIWT V " "V '-"w i w THE OHIOAOO El .A. O LBS. rW?T''VR TWS$ ft" A , I i jg&r v . vx? w' W m mmmmmKHmommmmimmmmm I 16 R&o D INNY moved his horao and cab orer near tho depot, where the dcodIo were passing, and the yelleeman mored him back again. "But I can't get free passengers In two weeks orer there," said Dlnnjr. "rou can't get any passengers If we take your license away from you," tald the policeman. 80 Dlnny stood away from the madting crowd and grumbled, while the hone tossed Ills nosebag Into the air ad tried for the last grain of oats. Then he grew philosophical, though he did not abate his anger, for ho said, at bo whipped his body with his hands: "Well, I'm agin tho alderman, onyhow." Tho cold Increased m night came on, and Dlnny thought less and less of tho eab business. Not that It was new to him. Ho had driven for years, but a man may dtstlko even his oldest habits. And late at night he dropped Into Ben McOraw's saloon ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 October 1896

' rz,'TTi.g iVV?BTsrRi!'? ' iO THE OHIOAOO H3A.OLE3. MR. MARTIN DARRA. California' OliUt Vnlrr In IOI Yctrn and Itully Miiokt. 10 Clunrcttv. Mr. Miiftlu U.inii. tlio tlUt voter In Cnllfuml:t, I. tut .M'ur oUI, nnd llu- In count r.i homo In tlie tuMutifnl nlliy Mil. M VIITIN ll.VIHIA. i'f Santa Clam', lie earns his living liy iliopplnc wood, and In this occupation he N assisted hy two partners, the Junior of whom N more than 7o years old. He Is a native nf jnit, Chill, and Uurltix hi younger years ix a merchant In his native country. He ha a pretty little minion patch near his en lil m and upon It he niNet corn, lienns, Ohlll pepper-', and melons. When CallRegistration Official notice is hereby given that for the Election Of November 3d, 1896, there are two days only for the registration of voters. Those daj s are TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1896, and TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1896. The Board of Registry will b9 in ssssion at precinct polling places to register voters on the above dates between ...

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