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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

iVn4iISww? r-cp,?r'3 w-"V,frll' fl W aTaEXB OHIOAQO EJ.O-1-iEi. Wi JUDICIARY OF COOK COfflTT. Superior Court Judges. fO. R OART.OklefJMtt JONA1 HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. BHEFAHD. WILLIAM O. BWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO: PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOOGIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. HN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN. Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. U. F. TULEY. Chief Justice. A. N. "WATERMAN. It S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMa R W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE. THOMAS G. WINDES. ELBRIDGE HANEOY. 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. lUDOEt tttt w C KOHL8AAT wLu2L t t t w. CUUriin SHERIFF JAMES PEASE STATES ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. M II JOHN J. SWENIE, Attorney at Law, l7aai89WaiB.as.eaBt, CHICAGO, It.1. ftoems 5 15 61 6 United States Express BMe, Telephone 4841 Main. JOHN R. PARKER, At...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

b - VWJlWrtKIt t Ww- , $Bif 4&&?' s ?t 'fjM'tl ' v. J ? i aaW I A KaaaaaWW If' Agf0S J&k- A KaWk rN taammaW 1 '''i y f erf jfjf& tK"-t tBllfcmfc ffci a9 t Tsr i'K' P I 8l)e CljicftpD (Eople, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. Aa ladtptndtot Political Sewtpaper, Fearltu and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2 W PER YEAR IDftltM ILL COMXCIItClTION TO HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor tad Propriety, I04 Teutonic Building, 8. K. Corner Washington St. ami Firth Atb. Cnterotl at the Postodlcc at Chicago, Illi nois, as second-claw siatter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. 'I'lit IJaglo can be ordered nt Charles Miicilmiald & Co.'s literary i-inporliMii ami book store. " Washington Mirror. 1.. II. Jackson's' periodical ami iiovvh depot, lr, ci.nk street. ltobt. i:. Hurke's Immi);. stationery, periodical iiinl newspaper ijtcpot, U! Division street. KliiTinan House news stand. Palmer House news stand. Tri'iiiotit House news stand. Security llitlhllng news stand, southeast corner of...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

im&MfSmlimM msmpw"- -mpmwm:-t Hntinm? tmmy THE OHIOA.OO B -A. O Ii 3 . m& The First National Bank... OfChlcago. TtUh Capital, $3,000,000 Strplm, $2,000,000 oiTKanii LTUIJ,OUE,MM, JU. B. FORGAK, Vice FresMent. RICH1HD J. STREET, Cashier BOLE1,HO(1E,.AS!!. Casblcr. FBAMKE.6R0WH, 2d Asst. Casbier. AU classes of high-grade Investment Bonds bought ana told. Accounts of Merchants, Unnks. Bankers and Corpora tions solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ters ot Credit issued, available in all parts of the world. Commercial Credits furnished fot use in Importation of Mer chandise from Foreign Countries. Trans fen by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. JOHJC C RrilY rtKltr.XT . A. WHY VlCi: I'llKMIIKNT , CIO. K. HI'UV HUC. AND TllKAS. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE r 1 . -- SHINGLES. Ashianfl At, w of at st CHICAGO, ILL. TheParker J. F. HITTER, Manager. 83-85 Thirty-first St., CHICAGO. OMblork from Cottage drove nveuui" cable oin, fwo block, from aut mret't iitutl....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

'ff'Titoetivl o4 "" i n'f X.inCilriiJuUn the; ohioaqo kaolb: .r- f THE VICTORIOUS "Gladiator." A COMMITTEE of nine mechanical engineers employed by the Edward 1'. Allis Company, of Milwaukee, Wis., the most skillful manufacturers of engines and machinery In the world, after examining and testing thirty-six different makes of LlaBBEA'nl mil' THADr MantC. GLADIATOR CYCLE W0RKS,,09;&M.hSl' THOMAS J. PETER. Shale Brick Supply and: Construction Co. Suite 320 Reaper Block, Polorla.oi&o WM. MAYOR, Fret. WILLIAM MAVOR COMPANY, Contractors and Builders. Room 703, No. 167 Dearborn St., ' Telephone Main 3412. JOHNADANK Livery, Boarding ssSale Stables 331 and 333 Webster At., flSSSSVSg) Chicago. W. D. CURTIN & CO., BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIkN JNLL jHJPHHBMBMHJBJMjMl'txxJaA OFFICESi 148-150 Wella Street, 176 Grand Avenue, Telephone North 689. Telephone Main 3804. LIVERY: 148 and 150 Wells Street. OSloos Open Day and, SJleHxt. WM. EISFELDT, JR., Funeral Director and ...

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

iyvi4gi i j(-w--wW"' i tlrV.f,"1''Uflt " -u.wrv pt'i WZHh fr-y&WX-'Wn'Vn ' 'W'ff'liV-t v ' ww-" f ' yt Toow". ' ','F"r' THE OHIOA.OO EAQLE. saP "M i4 f Shsbbb ""V -Whr BeaWatar la MmplA. Another result of tlieso experiments in nn explanation of tho limpidity of flen-wnlcr, and of the fact that tho mud lirnujsht. down by groat rivers Is de posited clone to their mouths. Tho salts contained In tho sen-water cntiso tho line particles of clay to congulato Into larger grains, which sink to tho bot tom. Thus tho snl'noss of the sen Is directly a anis" o' Its blueness, elnco tho latter depo;v1, upon tho clearness of the water. Mine lias n similar effect, and lubes which contnln no salt arc often iiti limpid ntid blue as tho sea. lint the Oronnd nrcnthea. Trench experimenters havo lately broiiKlit out Interesting facts, about tho circulation of air In tho noil. It, ap pears that considerable oxygen Is ab sorbed by tho roots of plants, and tho supply of this oxygen Is maintained by nlr p...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

ifc-.jjafck THE OHIOAQO EAGLE. ' S - In li ' HACfc A Pictureaqne Klatire In Aerlcaa 1'ubllc Ltfo. , Wfcrn Halo took his iat In the Sn ste ho wan the only tiiotnbcr of that Ih.h1'a1io il'-lloJ tho discipline of both the old nartii-5. 'od dared ncrt Ills absolute political ImleiuMtUfuce. lie I tteod aloup mittl ISiO, when he was AC-onfoi'.'.cl hi lol bj su'uner. There TJtl something dramatic In his solitary j.j'pcara onll-sla nenrauce In the Sep.atq ar au avowed slavery man. That body then con Mined more able ami eminent men tliau It bad had for more than a genera tion, and It was completely under the tiomlnattou of the slave Interest. That i interest dictated the policy of the Gov Turnout at home and abroad, as It had j done from Its beginning, and made nm unmade politicians. Hale knew that bis nlngle-haudcd warfare ngalnit It would Invito ridicule, sneers, Insult ind threats, lie know that he must face the scorn and contempt of the South and the chilling neglect of the North. Hut he...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

!S?a'??i?"l?w'-'?V.T THE. OHIOAOO B3JLOHiH!. i pi P)??Viv,! ONOE ON A TIME. Oae on a time n wife henrt Merit The world was gay, the world WM bind; .Rat on (i who should clictlsh had spurned Instead, And the days were Ions nnd for lore she lilncd. Onee on n time nnotlier came, HI voice so low, his words so rich, 'The bleeding heart of the wife In name Pelt the potent sped of the Cupid wltcb. Onee on a time n womin thought To repair nn error Itr tine ns deep: iLlttle hho recked of ths .uln wrought From seeds sown only liars to reap. Once on a time n month nnd a day Went spent In laughter and lore's sweet spell, .'And then rnme the end, he went nwny, Caring nothing If alio fit red 111 or well. Once on, ft time the wife then thought Of thoVanlshed name, die fair repute, Of the spell of happiness dearly bought, The words of respect that for her were mute. Onre on n time there came an honr When she realized her great mistake; The sound of umslc, tlio scent of ft flower, Did tinught but tl...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

W.w'Vty" 1vrJV.,-s v RRS''JT'iJWSWWSfiS SP15W THE OHIOAOO H3A.03LiES. e i Thotuaa Cnrwln. Thomas t'orwln wan born In 1704. In hi prime. Ufo l till country had it local, bucolic, and irltnltlvo flavor, which In iHllttcs 19 rrotctiuoly cx ncecnitctt. Clay vti couuiicihUhI to the iicojilc I'.v the fact that he was the "111 Ill-boy of the slnslic;" In the cam alu of 1840 the Wliljrs showed their love of the people and their sympathy with simplicity of life In public, men by putting up lo-cablns mid serving out hard elder from them; Convln. hav ing had to tlntl employment In early life by driving n wagon-load of provisions for the army In the war of 1812. was, later on, favorably known In politics as "the Wagon-boy." The Ohio commun ity of Corwlti'a boyhood was n com munity of pioneers their dwellings of logs. The presiding Justice tlrst select ed for the southwestern circuit of Ohio was not a lawyer, but qualltlcd himself for admission to the bar by practice In his judicial capacity. Th...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

IPrsTi gj?gsszw?n!iv5 THE HIOAOO mLO-lLiE.. XI M" American Brewing Co. JOHN A ORB, rnesiDCMr. WILLIAM LEONER, viecrncT.TiE3. WILLIAM H. REHM, stepr.TARY. AfCa- REWERY (Ja v-u '?frKnSOrfFTS -Mfa &zrfx$r t' 0) inbtiiau vr r -u'WMjj'r. :riu'L-r U! - r ii' n I. A ft I J tftxitBwtKttaKfaVawKjaBnaaBfiaaaaawaaBaaaM rBSBWBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBYSnlBiaBfCBBBBBBBHBBBBBTSK HSIH IS s bbbbhIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbby "e"?SvEr!5JiWTrcl3?!PeBBBBBBBBBBBBBa'w SB .. UUi . HWIfKiO yrPM K J? MmMMmfHaMMMtm 5i vRIIEST .! Side Tnuntwtn,r' Export Beefv, Cor. Augusta&Paulina Sts. f HICAGO. TELEPHONE WEST 129. k U. S. A Ta.i?'r " T.' 3K T5tf".'i(!lr ;.-,t:uaBBAJBP CyJf... .. ,. . UfrT 225 TEL. MAIN 4943" vuniccwttf' laKf&Jw vcfrs-- -w,..-t&- ... v))4 IBEST BREWING CO. Or CHICA90. SalvatorT j0729ajBK. awf iEiS '.- i ;x A, S? lorthlsUud iTBlDI, 0J3E&aWWwaK 'rnippppBVj btbbwtsbtbtbtpsbbQbkb lortnisUal irenno, RKWBR8 OF TBS A. B. O. COLUMBIA - MINNEHAHA1 Braads of Lagr Ber. HIOBABI. BKAKB, Fmi TIKSI...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 November 1896

THE OHIOAQO EAGLE, aj: m MONEY to LOAN LOWEST RATES Improved Chicago Real Estate, Central Business Property FOB SALE. Ai FEET, two blocks from the V Court House. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St, near Halated, On SALE, WELL RENTED. Dnnlap Smitb & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. & N. W. Depot, corner Klntie and Wells StJ., at 1:30 p. in. 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 nlshea each purchaser. Mmleamen. aTOraa.tacla MSmm sterling furniture co. 90 and 92 West Madison Street, Near Jefferson Street. CHICAGO'S GREATEST BARGAIN HOUSE. H. E. BTjRLBDT & CO., Building and Improved Real Estate LOANS Parlor Sets. $15.00 ward Bedroom Suits $10.00 Unt Rocking Chairs .... $1,50 wi"m Lounges $4.00 uTm Folding Beds $5.75 & Fine Chairs 250 !& Cooking Stoves $6.75 . Sideboards $8.00 fed Brussels Carpet feUft 50c ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

"-. v'b Zmmm 1UJr,)'&ilf' , SV-ftfc t "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE.' VOLUME XV. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1896 TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 371. HOW TMK WARDS WILL SUM The Late Election Shakes Up Local Statesmen and Changes the Totes in Conventions. The Twentieth Ward the Only One Where the Democrats Lost Ground Very Materially. Although They Got It "in the Neck" All Over, They Gained Over 189 Except in the Twentieth, Where Their Vote Was Decreased Twenty-five Per Cent. , Yrt tin Twentieth Ward the Demo iruN show ii clear loss of live hundred votes ns compared with the election nf IMC. This cuts down tint word's rep resentation In future conventions to an Insignificant tlKure. In no other ward In tho city was there, stieh a noticeable railing off In the Democratic strength iih comparcd-wlth the vote cant. In lMa It cave IMV) majority for Cleveland. This year It gives 1,000 ma Jortty for McKlnley. For four yean the Republicans litut the sunuvnuinlier of delegates ns ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

W WASRifr fe vAJ,- ,?!f,Jl'W THE OHIOAaO BAOLBI, n iolttlinl Wlmt Is U named l'lit'lp. who iiutte from tho Uul only knows whore. It w known Mint the Civil Sorvloo Conitnllon Usolf wn ooiiiikoi1 of 11:1 r- row lllOtl. Hut It was novor Miuvtotl Mint In n flty like Chlcngo. wliorv fotiMlftln of tin in)tul;itloii 1 of fori'lirn hlrtli, or of illtvot "furi'lpti" iliii'i'tit. that n olv'l nortlw iiiiunlloti wonhl nttoiiint to INfraticliNi niul Insult tintitrsillzi-il iltl ri'ti. ltut tin fnct roimtliK Mint tin Know Nothing Clll Sorvki CoinniNlini of Chli-nso lin liiHiiltoil rmiiMlftlia of Chi mij:iN iotntt:itloii niul In a tiiiitiiii'r out ttiseoiiH, opi'ii niul wanton. Tin: iHi:jtniici: is iumihiidin. Uui'st lou It of the Know Nolliltiix Cl It Service Al't'tlriitltiii lllnnkn Take 11 HccMcd Crnck at t'eoplf Who llurcit to llccomc Natural Citluim of the United ttatci. 'Clio third inn Minn on the niillntloii Miitik, tojrothor with the liistniitloiis irlntol thi'ri'wlth on tho iipi'llratlut...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

iV"1; 'S'ijTSTr&js?TiiTt,,y flrsap-trT5' sw o v-tii! vH5,(mi".ii.iswn','', -( ir.tmf i rr I(,Jyo(iHr'w"fF' JJHCE3 OHIOA.OO HSA.GHj23. JUDICIARY OF ..', ----. Superior Court Judges. OB B. OARY. Chief JaMlo. JONA1 HUTCHINION. HENRY M. 8HEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOGOIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAXN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. HN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judge. II F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. "WATERMAN. R. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMa R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER. EDMUND W. BURKE THOMAS G. WINDES. ELBRIDGE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. H. HORTON. FRANK J. GAULTER. Clerk CHAS. G. NEELY. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF BTATE'S ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL LI Attorney at Law, Suite 119 Hartford Building Telepheno Express 072. CI IIC AliO. - - I LI.,. JOHN R. PARKER. ' Attorney at Law. NEW YORK LIFE IUILDINQ. eorthtut Corner CVhtinarrn a HUU sad Monroe fits., Jltgu....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

w i-t.y...t-H)ir.-J-iixm.TwirlRr.T ji , ygffg-n'.'t THE OHIOAOO HIJLGHjHS. w flic gljicaoo ttflU PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. 4n Independent Political Sewapaper, hearten and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2 C PER YEAR It'tkEM LL COMMCMCAtlOM TO HE.NRY F. DONOVAN, Editor aad PrcpHctor, go Teutonic nullJIng, 5. K. Corner Washington St. and Fifth Are. Entered at tho Postofflro nt Chicago, 1111 Boli, as scoud-cUs matter. Thill t Sudlo Ml, VM W. Lake Thel lttrtltii Ml, ttttli Milwaukee nv. Tlnmins William It., W.' Coiiiim-rcliil nv. TIiiiiiimiu Henry V.., (list nr. Calumet nv. Tracy Charles, 101 llnrrNon VogoNnng (loorgo, SIS W. North nv. Waugh l)ald II.. Ill Wan on nv. Weber .1ocph A.. (!'-''. Southport nv. Woliiert llnu.. 15.TJ Perry Wet Tlumiiix II, Mix., mis f Irainl nv. Whitney Mcorge A.. IMS W. Luke Wh.xte Alt-Minder .M..JU7 W. trsth Wllxim I .In It.. -ICI Wnbah nv. Wine Kdwunt T.. HUI Wmhhigtoii Wolf Simon. 515 X. Well Wood IJriii'xf. 1M70 W. Cmigrc Witiiittrmil !'. ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

j5 PS5SiiAw5 JflWM'iiWWfllKiWMJWSfiSMyiWa4''' wrerw THE OHIOjOO EjfiLGH-iEJ. The First National Bank... Of Chicago. Paidip Capital, $3,009,000 Surplus, $2,000,000 LTMAN J. GIBE, President. JAE. B. FORGAH, Vict President. RICHARD J. STREET, (Hater HOLMES HOQE, ASSt, Casticr. FRANK E.BR0WN, 21 Asst. Cashier. Alt classes of high-grade Investment IJonds bought ana sold. Accounts of Merchants. Banks. H.inkcrs and Corpora tions solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ters ci Credit issued, available in nil fiarts of the world. Commercial Credits urnishid foi use in Importation of Mer chandise from Foreign Countries. Trans fers by Cable to ttio leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. JOHN C BPRV riiBitrtiwr 0. A. MKY VlCK I'lllCrflliKXT QUO, R. MI'UY HKC. ANDTltKAS. John Spry Lumber Co., WHOLESALE THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank N. W. Cor. LaSalle and Madison Sts Capital, - - - $1,000,000.00 Surplus, - - - 200,000.00 O. B. SHAW President JOY MORTON Vice President WILLIAM KENT Second V...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

' "W-TUBW Sltt-fr - - FOR THE EAGLE. 1 ColltUw of News from All t? er tie World. Feast of Political, Commercial and Geicral Intelligence for Eagle Readers. Silk Tlircmlx nn Alii to lYlmp. William V lln-n, filler of lie -xrirvt frr Uf. tri-tiMtrj il'-jutimiil. in liN Mi nimi report i'Xi'ri'i' tin m-utmi llwt the .INtlm-tlvo pnpr hi it- fnr muiiey U mi niil lit tin" criminal rather than u pro ttrltuii In I In ituWlli". lnvMii-r f tlit" fiit't that u luiti" ritiliil upon p-pi-r (tiltilii ut: -"Ilk thread- in it iiumltf .r .ilt li-t (oiiiilctfilj- iiml till of tin- imIm-iI note arc) I. ui'--jii.l In it. majority of In Matu-e itltiil lit-Hall-ut. -.iwlnu In tli" rruiiiittiH !uurelli llutt nltt- paper unl l.y lli" siMrrimii'iit 1 itiaii'iCielured h. u mi i.'t irMi iiinl 1'iiiiiiot In' iinniii'i' fi-iteil. llf li.M" lllit liivoMii ntlivllirnil that lli" Wmlm-Uull of -ilk Into p.ipt-r tend to It i'ii ii ui'.irltii tpmlliy mill i thrri'lori" ri'iHMillti" bm ili'tirw" for lt ilmrt life. wiiat...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

88to'i&fr?wJtv'3y5i T;iyi3&'aM-icaw'w:yw;fcjg i THE OHIOAGO E-A-O-LE.. I ; F Id E? P Tt Junking of the corn, jrou know, li unmrtiniie iKiir In line; OrtoWs mi'llmr hnrr uluiv Willi colors miperiluv. It' klMlnc In Hip rornrr. And IniKKlm; In the dm I:: The ioit-rs orilit' rtinil lmrU Are riudjr fur tlio lark. TRAINING FIRE HORSES. They Arn Instructed to Jump Wlien the Gong In Pounded. The training of fire horses is indeed Interesting and exciting. In soiuo of the larger cities training stable for uew horses nro established. In these tables the newly acquired nnlnials are MMIIKIUNO UP. iut through their paces in tnticli the mm fashion us mi "awkward squad" 1b a military organisation. A well known authority on fire horses says: "It is better to put n new Arc horse Into SfeTK JiT.l i , M, fUMi BBhlBBr I alHBBr lUkssW aTaTaTi JaTf aTaTaTaTEA aTsaTsMF sBaTsMLsaTasl itJwT fc T-J I Ju IbbwL-bbbbbbbbsbb .? jjT-StjBTSMsB5iyV s' sVT af aasBAsa llflaaVst tCT'sUsmswS. Li CbmmVbI r JfC ms...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

rUfff. JfkK)ijr.'-i .- it 1 l,.TTiJ; THE! OHIOAQO EAGLE, n "FIGHTING JOE" BLACKBURN. The Kenlncky Senator Una a Hccoril in Klotlc tlucoiintcr. The nvent ,otitrover.v between Sen mors 1U kburn. of Kputucky, tlubbo-l "I'lirUtiC? JoiV'iiml I.ns.tu Cm INK', son uf tJio Senator' liatwl rival. Mi'm'tnr.v rlKK led to nunon of a ilnol. ltlitck Intra u lonir profo-xi-il tin ituclto, lint lia iicvi.- trono much fiirthor titan a olialloupe Jowaul tlio Held of honor. UN Mfl-;i." ivconl, howtnor, Is a b.ul OIU. HliU'W.ini Is iirntly throe score year of ace .x foot tall. Hti-alalit a a poplar, ami brol'lioul(loro(l. Ho j;oo about on ItN fwj a light a a (lanolin: maitor. ntul siu otio an lnipro"lon of pIiy.lo:il lortno". of supple joint anil ample i how t'roin ItN lollar button down ho will yorinatoh any otlior Souator .ivo, jorbap Alton, of Nebraska. Murk iMini. wu-tt a little youiiKor. was wit fldi'ii'd u duo typo of physical man llslitlinJroiT, toibinulaohod. bluo-oyod. or ranpulnc tomporauiont...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

jrt i.rAn-m'' tyffffiZ&ify.'Q' fi&tf'-i t " l-y'w,(" ''in THE OHIOAGO B3A.03LiEi. 31 7vi '" w I t t ' a aanr ieVT?U9t? I117rVTr A I I II jAivir .muii a uunnrALL,. another." snld the M" .TAMK8 INCH Is one of the most ntntd nntl dignified citi zens of l'nrlor City. Ho never drink, he never smokes, nnd It Is his Irn conviction tlmt linden Is yawning for every man, woninn, nnd child that plays cards, lie Is n pillar of the local , Methodist Church, tins publicly de 'aounccd tlnnclng ns nu Invention of the devil, progressive etiehre nnd pedro parties as gronsori poles to the realm of Satan, nnd trolley pnrtlc ns nn even ore sinful diversion than any of the ether forms of amusement to which he It opposed. Ono might Imnglno from this that, Mr. Jntnes Inch was nn un popular man In l'nrlor City. Much, fcowever, Is not the case. The Inhab itants point him out to strangers ns their model cltlxcn, and can't say sough In pralso of him. That Is be cause -Mr. Inch Is a sterling business an...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 November 1896

w',?iT'fyi'vM ifw ,t v izwmzir uwiW THE OHIOAQO EAULE, HOW .MUSICIANS POSE ATTITUDES ASSUMED BY DEV OTEES OF THE DIVINE ART. Attitudinizing nn n 1'art of Oie Hnl aeae llic Mimical Director and the lrum Major Tlie l'lanlat ntttt the Cornet 1'laycr. An Art of Itaelf. Eiactly why musical performer should ft'd it tholr iltuy to attitudinize M well a to piny or lnj. Is one of tliosu curious tiroliK'tn prm-utrtl by tlie com plexity ir our clvlllz.uloii to which n aennltc answer I not cny to give, says the St. l.otils iilnle-Iemoer.it. Music, according to tlie mot lilclily Inspired ef poet. I a lien vcnly cirt. appealing atrectly to tlie soul, while the Milklitj: ef attltuitt l an earthly ueiutltlon, galtKxI thrntth uiueh iir.ietlee and ap pealing to nothing In particular, unloM It may l-e In mi Imllreet way to the poeketlvoks of the beholder. It Is ulte po.lle that at ouie time In the history of the divine ait, men and wom en played nml sans without (toeing In such a way n to attract more...

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