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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 October 1896

rraTsmygfffif- iTv'T ii52Jag3 aaUaiaaisasaBsaasMsgaB iiiiiiwpSwPWBWIIi(' JWJJWPW T' k iT3CfTv'' W kW I xr rirw$ fss;.- ytyfjKjw-rTNr iSajia THE OHIOAQO El .A. O-Li H. . 1 7 f 'mKm Af mmm IHstlntriilshlnir Phndea. By ft scientific experiment Professor Cattell of Columbia College Ins de termined tlint llio average person's eyes nre nble to distinguish nbout twen-ty-flvo different shades between black and white. He employed no loss than two hundred shades In his experiment, but the Krc.it majority of thoso were too near nllko to be distinguished by the eye. These were not slmdes of differ ent color?, but simply gray surfaces passing gradually from white to black. Hypnotism nncl Fcanlckncs. A French physician reported nt a meeting of the Society of Hypnology In Tarla a few weeks ago that hu had cured thrco persons of a strong ten dency to sen-sickness, ,by means of hypnotic suggestion. Ills method was 1o throw them Into a hypnotic sleep and then can so them to believe that they .were be...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 October 1896

a THE OHIOAOO SAGLiE!.' ABOUT CHANGEABLE WEATHER. Physical AtlmrtiU Not Cttueil ny Kc ccntrlcltle In Tctiitttrntiirr. According to the bet moitlcnt ituthor ftlos I'tiniiBP.tlilu we.itlirr. or what Is, known n "tini.i5otintilo." N not o, bsd In It effect a gcnrrnlly sup posed, tt applte to summer, but espe cially to winter. "Whenever the tem perature during any of the winter taonth rle to an endurable height." ssys the Medical llecord. "and It Id olble for one to go out of doom without neute suffering, we always kar prognostications of sickness and faith which are sure to result from a creeii ChrNtmaH and nn open win ter. Hut the truth l. It l the 'Rood, old-fashioned winter. the 'seasonabla temperature. that kills. The Incor rectness of the popular Idea Is well bown by the vital statistics for the nrst quarters of lSW and 1800 In En gland and Wales, which we find sum marized lit the HrltMi Medical .Toiir-i nal of May 10. These two periods of time formed a great contrast In so far u ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 October 1896

THE OHIOAQO B3JLO-3LiB3. to l0m J w OLDFltXDS OP QUIANA. f Aa Arlaoaa Miner's Prospecting Tanr Among Then, Thomas Dnlglclsh, an old Arizona miner, lins written an account of his own personal adventures among "The Gold-Field of Qulatia," for the Century. Mr. Dnlglclsli says: Theflrsttltie placer on the Cnyunt was found In 1893 by n Frenchman named Jacobs. Ills outfit was furnished by two Portuguese named Carrara and llosa. They took out from two hun dred to thieo hundred pounds a month for two or thrco years, the gold being worth one hundred and nlnety-llvc dol lars n pound. When I reached there, In 1803, tho placer was In full work ing order. Jacobs Is said to have dis posed of his gains at Monto Carlo; Carrara died Insolvent! Itosa left n fow thousands; that Is, In brief, the history of the owners of one of the richest placcr-mlucs In that country. Tho mine was gold In 1805 for llftccn hundred dollars, and Jacobs Is now ttlmply an employe In the placer. Tho Barnard Syndicate has ta...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 October 1896

"iVwri &fiii!Z)24&'mii&xwri THE. OHIOAQO HI-A.CjH.iE. Sta ymn assae tot Sotm I te Watkaa litaeFteM, :heleUflowers SVS WHStat Vlfnl HWWIPBiwI vIVflMI The mort beautiful AH Production of the en tury. "A II aak of tka fratraat f klw aaanaatamS fraa lktkra imil Eaftat fltts rara.fl.tf." Contain a election of the mot beautiful o the pocma of Kugenc Field. Hand natlr Illustrated by thlrty-fixe of the world's (mint nttitts as their contribution to the Mon ument Fund. Bat for tie atklt coatt tballtat f tki frtat artHtt tkli fcwk caald a.t hat. keea staiCac. tait for f j.oo. For sale at book store, or sent prepaid on receipt of ft. to. The love offer! of to fhcCnlld's Pott Laureate, pub1lhed bv the Com sntttee to create a fund to build the Monument and to ca re for the family ofthc beloved poet, Eugtat Field Monument Sou enlr Fund, ISo UtarM Street, Cklciia, la THE CRIPPLE CREEK GOLD TURhEL COMPANY Own a splendid mining property in the vt-ry best part ol the Crip pie Creek distri...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 October 1896

tw'wj:,' mW'WMWWHri''WW'W'l''iriri'im&n'r''rr TUBS OHIOAOO S3 -A. OLE, 11 American Brewing Co. JOHN A ORB, PRC9I0CNT. WILLIAM LCONER, vice rncsr ,t9. WILLIAM H.REHM, 9ter.TAr. 6ismMli t miwav en rwsswiM frj ift.Wi ".If gJ'vt 4 f cMf .rTtthjiUii-6r:i I'Blffli""' iifflm'JSSSnnSSSSW,aBPl,,BiSBSSSMia'SBBSSI sSwPKUm niBS0ws" xx aa t fwrT.L'L viiiHiffii.1 '1 n aw w. X I. .1 Al aTNSV JU'WXIHH :rr a j--m' V V M l . OWi'W""."V.HRl IIJp. WM.W U B.nCA fl ff t(V 'l in. v vy ymxmmiaBmmhw&iaamjzu9AiizLs HHBmHHpHSnflBBnHHBnBHtt llSSSSSBSvBSjaw'AvSi SBSSSSBBSSSSilliinnril i !KlttllSBSSSBSSXaSlBSa7i3iM Xsl5aiyBaT :SSBSSS.BSSSaiF ? S n 1 l I04cBSSSnB9SlBSSM!8S ti',f9KMIRrCT JMIMlHllM I I i 8 BiUKSHB " -y7IIII.WI BMflfBBBBBB sSfl! nMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa' . X SBKPtliBBaVr ffl L I BBBBBBBBBasBBBBBBBBBBaw - .-. MflriLl Side 1 pk' G'VTDRfcWWfTVS- Export eer Cor. Augusta & Paulina Sts. Pt-IICAGO. TELEPHONE WEST 139. Va U. S. A .a;? i. 2-r hill) W"' M.-'1 , MS2ttMaErj&4SfW iBVWJtt CflBJi' flSiii...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 October 1896

mmwm'rvm ajR ' i' i MONEY to LOAN LOWEST RATES ox Improved Chicago Real Estate. Ctitral losiness Properly FOR SALE. At FEET, two blocks lrom the V Court Houso. One tenant. Corner on Van tfuren St., near Halsted, TOR SALE. WELL RENTED. Dunlap Smith & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. V. Depot, cornet Klntie and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. m. Sundas. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' ride. Two railroad stations on the property. Lott $100 and Upward. $7.00 CASH AND $7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract fur nished each purchaser. I SIUVBIUOU w 1MW msssm STERLING FURNITURE CO., 90 and 92 West Madison Street, Hoar Jefferson Street. CHICAGO'S GREATEST BARGAIN HOUSE. Parlor Sets. .$15.00 !&d Up. nurd Bedroom Suits $10.00 Rocking Chairs $1.50 J&a Up. mart Folding Beds $5.75m Fine Chairs 250 J&a Lounges $4.00 Cooking Stoves $6.75 "Vm Sideboards $8.00 &i 500 rd oRftyp- word Brussels Carpet $ Ingrain KUgS iieniKiH And a Thousand Other...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

'I'tof'l H'WuiwHffi'my1" jy tx, i-f ?TT'snris i r" W'V&i'XiWJ'WrlT VOLUME XV. YWJ CAST FOOL 111. 1LTY ! Ton Didn't Qive the Germans Any Offices, Why Should They Give Ton One? Altgeld Shows His Desperation by Trying to Get Votes Because of His Nationality. Illinois, However, Will Give Him a Walloping Such at He Will Hot Forget. Bryan Will Be Beaten Fully as Bad as the Populist Candidate for Governor. The elect Inn I upon u. ninl nil mind iiii directed town iiH Tuemliiy next, when Hie momentous question will be Settled lit tlu Imllot liox. HOW Will It IVHItlt? It will take n count of I lie ballot to determine exact ly. Imr It In no linriu, ninl I certainly diverting, to Indulge In speculation concerning It. IIIIiioIh will give between .-0,000 unil ino.ono for McKlnley. Mow limlly Tinnier will lieut Altgeld is niurtlioi iiuttluu, mill I lie reason for tltlrt Ik singular iim well im discreditable to those rconlhlo for It. Al'gel.l, for tile past thvee weekN, Iiiim lieen begging for ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

THE OHIOAGO B3 .A. O Li B3 . : j' AVNtiHi"lii ami town mil bo pluriM In tlu MoKinlcy i-uhiiuu. Kt'li'iUluiin ,uv rliilmliii.' MU-tilunn itiul linllutu hy ..tHio. lint 1 thouM phut tin? plunilul" In tlu-w two St.itc- nt m.ctxi. tlllnoK Iowa mill WNi'otilti inv uiulmibtiMly ntv for Mi-Klnlcy. 1 votiMuYr liinii mut Ni-linixkii still uuubtfttl. hut the hull nitlotw l'oltit to it victory In lioth for JloKlnloy. V nto tlclitln Jut n html In Knifiw si ml Ni'hrnka in In luillutiu iiiul MU'hlptn. Ki'iiturky I tiimhU'r lioyotul nil w lion n uolnc for MuKlnloy. The l'nl ltii-r ami ISurUncr ticket will poll lt larst't Mto In Kentucky. Ciiv. Mattlit'w of Indiana: I liavo no tlotilit of tho ivnitlt. ltryntt will mrry Indiana hy a tro itiointoiw majority. Otir people. op'" chilly In tho country lltilct. aiv thor mtrhly nroiKcd to the Importunee of tho Nue. Mv nilvlcci leail tno to believe that MliioW will bo for Hrynti. and Ohio may In put In the ihmlitftil l!t. Well Informed gentlemen from Ken tu...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

HHIIHHHH9RHRIiS5SS7 V'X ' i tiVfitiiZ, 5-(Vt4w-';iSf"'R "iki f Wrrv'rl"v r -nt-v--' -nr y,ir 'ts r yJBH'Tft'l)PliiVIWiTff.iyW,WniWy'i ' JC-&LJB1 OHIOAGO HJA.0-I.iH3. iMror,17pyr' iTy-Mi. . . , , .. , . , ,, wiiHHrSK9iBaaiaBHw!'Fuj iTi jt - 4-v&4.-fr- -. -r v t. "-"'' r-? r: . ? - BaBaBaaBBaWllllPWYTlRJIlRlPeTTjW t . sz f -n -tf-'' vyj sjr "I "wif,y,,f " t w w"pt w--ru.r M.-..y . -. .fciy-. ft : ' w bbbbb in .- l i JUDICIARY OF COOK COUHTY. 8Ba m,m M eAaBaBeaMN4. . Bat aa. iiKiaaBiwa,aMaaai0 Superior Court Judges. fOft & OART.OMef Jajtlet. JONA1 HUTOHINION. HENRY M. BHtiPAXI. WILLIAM a. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOOOIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAXN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. HN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. 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 O. WINDES. ELBRIDOE HANEOY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. H...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

HliMniMTfrnBr" .CTenMv vi w-wg'i- --rW & ??pflKiB W5WWVU ,".," .'. ","1 'l"",' ' .PWWPW(!ipBjWSBPppBl - ,.,.-'.. .. (.-wi"i",vv".jf ,HK'iV,v.-ri.WVivvsy-ir..VV,,r?;rviv THB OHIOAQO DAOLS. i! tde dtcago agle. PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. 4 ImdfmHmt IHIItkMl A'etrajMpen FMh$ 4 TnitMtmt. f uisamioN rates, tin rut year StttSM ALL COttNtmiC-lTtOM TO ENV P. MMVAN, Etr asi PrtfHctw. 4 TMtMl MtMIt a. B. Corner Wsihtactoa St. ui Fifth at. Entered at the PostoSco at Chicago, Ull ols, a seeoud-chut natter. LARGEST WEEKLY CIRCULATION IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. Tin tingle ean lie ordered at Charles Macdouahl Ac Co.' literary emporium nml I ook store. 55 Washington street. I.. II. Jackson's periodical anil new depot. p.", Clark street. Itolir. ti. Burke's book. Mtatlotiery. periodical and newspaper deiiot. JHI) Division street, Khcrimiu House news stand. Palmer House news stand. Treiuont Houe news stand, Security Building news southeast corner of Madison StlUld, street and Fifth uvenue...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

SBBBBBSBP"i T' mmu..wT,-wjia "' """ T ' ' wvyftw f.rviw wwvwff,w'"'-v)- ' ---.--- - -t- - - - g&yrfVt"' ims";wy';)'',-''yw TW',":frVyqiiii(w " t fP y ;a lA"VW v . sfjiw l "wgpis "!' yn-,,w!Twa, - , , T vvv, " t - THE! OHIOjftuO-O EAGLE. The First National Bank... Of Chicago. raid-in Capital, $3,000,000 Surplus, - - - $2,000,000 OFFIOHH. i LTMAN J, GAGE, President. JAS. B. FORGAN, Vice President. RICHARD J. STREET, Cashier HOLMES HOGE, Asst. Cashier, FRANK E.BR0WN, 2d M Cashier. All classes or high-grade Investment Bonds bought ana sold. Accounts of Merchants, Banki, Hankers and Corpora tlons solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ters ol Credit issued, available in nil parts of the vor!d. Commercial Credits furnished Tot use in Importation of Mer chandise from Foreign Countries Trans fers by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. JOHN C. RI'ItY I'nr.oMiKKT . A. Hl'ltY Via: riiRiuiKXT OKO. K. Hl'KY HLC. AM TlllJAS. lohn Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE THE AMERICAN Trus...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

THE OHIOAQO E3 .A. O-Ij Hi . I1 HE VICTORIOUS "Gladiator." A COMMITTEE or nine mechanical engineer employed by the Edward P. Allls Compan, of Milwaukee, Wis., the tnoit skillful manufacturers of engines and machinery in the world, after examining; and testing thirty-six different makes of TtlAliR MAtlK. GLADIATOR CYCLE THOMAS J. PETER. Shale Brick Supply and; Construction Co. Suite 320 Reaper Block, Tolophouo WM. MAVOR, Pres. WILLIAM MAVOR COMPANY, Contractors and Builders. Room 703, No. 167 Dearborn 8t., Telephone Main 3482. JOHNADANK Livery. Boarding si Sale Stables S31 and 333 Webster At., (WOTo?) Chicago. W. D. CURTIN & CO., czffic5e:. 148-150 Wells Street, 176 Grand Avenue, Telephone North 659. Telophono Main 2804. LIVERY: 148 and 150 Wells Street. Offioes Open Day axxca. Wlslxt. WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and Embalmer, Livery and Boarding. 86 and 88 Racine Avenue, Telephone North 270. CHICAGO. CHAS. BURMEISTER, UNDER TAKER! 303 Larrabee Street, fUMtau Sitth 18S. ....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

PPmPSPiw' .f!'n'jPi'",v-- vrnrxmmzFrn THE OHIOAOO E3 .A. O-3Li E. . .., "sml ., A Iff Ml I .1 ru It's l HON. EDWARD D. COOKE, Hopubllcan Candldato lor Congrcis, Sixth District. Ilmi. Kilwtml Dt'Jiii (Jurlsi. who win li'itnl :m n wpriwiiliUlvc In Con pre fjoin tin HlMli C'oiijsii'sslonnl 1'Wtrli-t (I ho North Sliloi. in Nnvrm her. 1M4, wii" iviioiiilnnli'il hy tin' ! imltlUiiDM ol the illstilct mi lYliiimry 1 1. 1MM, l;i Int.' t'.if tli Mt r.iiiilldiitc iKini-Itmti-il for tli" 1'irt.V'llftli 'iiiikm by liny putty In tho I'lilti'il StnlcH. .Mr. rdoIiL'" opiimii'iitH two yriirs npi were Ilmi. .ttillm: :uliUtir. Dcinociiit. anil I.. V. Kmjctt', rtipnlNt. mill lid opio. iiciil ttiln vein- are Mr. .luxopli S. Mni iln. Silver DcinoiT.it. mill .Mr. Hlpiuiitri XcNIiT. uisimil money Doiinmihi. .Mr. t'unlii) hn heeii ii ivflrtoiit of the Not tli SI'Ju loi- over twenty jmuih mnl N widely mnl liivowilily Unnvvn. I If win hoiii nl Ca-ouile. I Milimiiii County. Inwii. wan otlm-utoil In tin' ronini...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

ET..,. " feviKB tmmemmimtmm T - " T( -tf-- w vjlri5iJ,S73M.- .; "-fffV-IJ jP-xxaiSFwy TUB OHIOAOO SAGLE. BICVCLE.PATHS. I IH H A Ordlnnrlly Mmtc Tlicy Vo Not Coal Much Money. A8 commonly made, cycle-paths aw not expensive, ami, the cost bolus pen--rnlty contributed hy tlio wheelmen ti.emsehesi. uo tax for this purpo U ilail upon the public nt large. Whether this should bo so Is a question that will stand some discussion: but .iiiisHir die eyeijsis nave sjyght o' .f" 'III.T nt nfFMmMt tTl'ntt rtrt. kJEii 7 wJ,UVMMti.iJl.'2.n-PC i " u,..s vi tuo ;.hcol when nicker Uai ALWAYS SOUGHT by the Best People. FOUND in the Best Places. Vet a needed to construct cycle-paths. 1'v.o ye.irs ngo Mr. Charles T. Hay-j-tocil. of I.oekpoit, New York, one of Tf.e plbcects In cyclo-jiath construction, tUvlatxd that "uiat Is used by all, mid i ecilcd by all, should be paid Jtf ly nil," and UiU rule has cotuiuandejl f.? t'toval ntnous wheelmen who have taken up tho work of cycle-path mak ing. i'nder flavor...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

V?'"g "TTTO. ' v'fH'T HON. SHERMAN P. CODY, Independent Candidate for the Legislature, Second District. 1 Inn. MUtiimii P. Cody, enwlltlntt for it-elect Ion to tln togUlnttiro on tin liiili'iM-iuleiit itoM Htnuduiit Dpinwroiw tlcki-t, from tlu Nwonil Honntortul din trier, wns n iinmilwr of the lata General An.-einlily mill Iiiim Itoeii u resident of the Twelfth wnnl for tln Innt twonty yentv. Hi U no wi'll known to the ivsl ileiitM of the 'IVntli mill Twelfth wtinlM. which iiiniprlM' his illslrlet. Unit mi ex leinleil lilovniphy l. tiniiwiwnry. UN iveoril In the hint I.ejrUliitiire entitle him to iv-eleel Iiiii. nml Ii1m Mlillliy. en erjjy mid lionenty Iiihmiv the votern of IiIh ilI.Ktilct n MiitlKfni-tory ivpriiu'iitii live, If he W returneil. Mr. Cody Ik .".ti yeai'i or nit: having heeii lioni lu I Ml Pave (,'oiiiity. lllltiolx. mid being the on of ex-.Iude Hiram II. Cody, for ninny yearn circuit JuiIkc In the dUtrlet lying contltftioHK to Cook County. Slieruian'H tiiHte Incllneil...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

Mr i-i. - . v x T p. . 4 ., ji- -?M..-4.T.r,w.,ayWtT,l. ,,,,. njflhf,.. --"- :";ivjyyn1 'nsra HBMJ0MhvAHtflMlM44jMVMtMAMahjMBd ., .. ., . jiff ,m ...-r v,-. " -r , T7to'-.Wif;."w.'!rT-'"V7rT"Kr...--.. li-7zw.-,z:: ,j,,.;:?r77.r..::;,ji:Ai?iZri-,i't7 gBBaaajm aaassl aasssB: aBBaBBBBB .assBaaaa BMBsiaBBBB aBBaa. .BBBBkA a .BBBBaA .aSBaw - ' ' rf' ' i ' "" "' "' T "("I- -i ---- --- .i - . ." ---j'i - J?,- v ', s' F -;" T . ( ,r J -THECONDON DOGGIE'S CLOTHES ft Mnitt Ito Wry I'nrltculnr About Wlmt He Wcnr. The rwilly fiislilotiulili', lilali-tonotl toaxtoii doggie iiuut ue uroat win In 4te wtecllon of his ralmoiit, iimmlliif: o the ury Initi'st tmn-l.iiiiiittoit of Manic Fashion. To niier nftor U. for 4staiirc, In nnj thins but a ilii unit woutil Im highly Improper. Ami thu mew edict of I'iisIiIoii wmglit so ninny eanlitc ittoiiiltors of the I.oiulon "four fcnurirwt" or "four tluuintul." or what ever they t-all It. without exciting dns that fashionable tailors an tvnplttg a Barrcst nuki...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

reit.7''t-Vt'',"Yi'!' cwww.. ifWSlFrttift&mi' " tntLer' - t -'-."-i THE OHIOAOO EJjfiLGHjE. XI American Brewing Co. JOHN A ORB, PWMlOENT. WILLIAM LEONER, vieep(tT.T9. WILLIAM H.REHM, secRCTAHr. iev-i'S i$$-tfc w i f taaaaaalaaaaaalsiMP i m "iSmiliiaHMBaaaYiSii V WrWPT$rpWWBWB PTL BT'SlDE Brewery (b. Export Beefv, Cor. Augusta & Paulina Sts. fluiCAGO re-i rouftkir ArcT I9Q V J1!. "tmW, A. leU wwJmJtmam wkmm. 4"a1nBaBtf?f " WMamBmEKmMf i n1 WwamSaTawamf hifikj. ni419KnWP ELS TELEPHONE WEST 129. a U. S. A rMIMl iit71! TCL.MAIN 4S43 - IflBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVLir Wfr & 22jDRPm!P!Mli osv Xffl'lA 0.DftPT. r Sal vat or? LpV aBaalaBBaaaalaBwnV jaaaVaTaantaaaaBw 2BTaBBaaaa9HBHiV fraB F1HI li ffirtftffViSri -H XOTBBB1II iFi': .Ss Jd If Ill . . W!Oa n tir IBEST BREWING CO. OF" CHICA9( 5iW?v W.ii:?r: - ' '?' S. .s s .i I '! LWKSLJ Mm. ' ir? '-' "( iEV4 Iorthiihlud 1mm, Smlaaaaaa a? lorlhiiUnl Iran, BRKWBR8 OP TH1 -aV.. TR- cj. COLUMBIA "d MINNEHAHA Bramds of Lagor Boore IXaiXi U. ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 October 1896

H yV5,jiw'.r-.,,jirtT5f!??7' 12 3JC 11 n MONEY to LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ON' Improve! Cbicap.Real Estate. Geitral luiifeis Property FOB SALE. At FEET, two blocks from the fW Court House. One tenant Corner oil Van Buren St, near Halsted, rOH SALE. WELL, RENTED. Dilap M & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leates C. ft N. W. Depot, corner Klntie and Weill Sis., at 1:39 p. tn. Sundays. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' ride. Two railroad utions on the property. Lota $100 and Upward. 7.00 CASH AMD 7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract fur. nished each purchase. fllftlaraaasi "XKTmsxfeU ismm STERLING FURNITURE CO 90 and 92 Weat Madiaon Street, Near Jefferson Street. "J CHICAGO'S GREATEST BARGAIN HOUSE. Parlor Sets $15.00 Bedroom Suits.... $10.00 nTm Rocking Chairs .... $1.50 iKa Lounges $4.00 Folding Beds $5.75 Jfta Fine Chairs 250 &d Cooking Stoves $8.75 !& Sideboards $8.00 Mr 500 IU MnVv. ward Brussels Carpet l$j; Ingrain RugsJftU 750 ft And a Thousan...

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

W M t'i' i -V-f."75y ?w reaTOrJtl W fn W'W1' VAfn-HtVfypy r jr-n'-! fc , V.-V Vflfl 'INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME XV. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ,, 1890-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 370. , gff i 'ytvr list none Foil bummcy ! Barrel-House Statesmanship Snowed Under at tbe Foils in Every Part of the Union. Altgeld and Anarchy Are Buried Deeper than the Bowels of Mount Vesuvius. Every Ward in Chicago in Which the Wild ly ed Governor Talked Shows a Republican Gain. John R. Tanner Beats "Old Hatred" by Over 31,000 Votes in the City of Chicago. For President Total vole In Chicago Country towns McKlnlcy.ltrynii. , ,200.0.s: 1 iL'.llir. . 1.1.117 4,IKJ0 l.-.JiMI 147.02.'. 2I.".20D Total vote Cook Comity . ,'W2,N2."i McKinley's plurality 111 Chicago .".US In CfiMik County it".r7r F.tr Dnvcnmr Tanmr. Altgeld. Total vote III Chicago . .1S4.2VJ 1.7.!..'MI7 Cuimlry towns 1P.171 7,Xtl) -tei.:tt l.'itMNMt Total vole Conk Cmtiity . TnnnrrV plurality In Chleas.. ..'. i.'H" In I.'imiI...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

itmHiHi4itMiijat'fitd&i Rtjsgji jnw-rn , r jH'iVTW1,!!1 'vwsg THB OHIOAaO H5A.GH.iH3. .iiat Drexel Cafe, Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.... fr A Steaks, Chops and Shell Pish Our Specialty. a Bii Litli Cnte n Bar nil -j1-v a sSSF.aw Sj St BSSSPf-JaSS1 AflBflYaeSSflflflflkK .BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSMfsaiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS' HllliuilAw'rflSSSSSSSSSSSiaY r HiSB HfilTilTfl v mW ksasBslTslTslTM THE NEW CONGRESS. Hctnrna Indicate Republican Control of Hot fa Branches. The tltlnl wave that tins swept McKln lc Into tlic proslduncy elected a Homo of Ilvpreicntntlvcs thnt Is itrougly In fa Tor of goU Somo former Democratic troiiKliulilH tinve been cnrrieil unit He piilillcun losies occur In but few In ntnncox. Tlit; rrttmix rrcolwil up l tin llino till Ik written Imlinitc tlnit Itcpulillcnni will Iiiito i!U5 member of the new Moune of lU'iirencntnthc ntul tlio DomncriitH VJ2. cIiIiik ii ltopoblU-uti tvtijorlt- of 1M. Of tlio Ilvpub...

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