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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 6 February 1897

SPvJasTntvurV' ' T - ('...v V.i "-';. s rtH1 FTT1 '"TnJ "WitViVVJ" J-vTvv T)ftV A"t.lW 'j?vrn)rarTf jr? THE OHIOAGO EAOLE, V f- CIIAl'TEIl IV. Tpxt 'tiny my undo Homy elected thnt Vi-c nlintitil not i?u for n rKloj Inxtritd. we would p for n wnlk through llio liny Ileitis. I iuuleced. ns I should hnvc done in anything lio lintl nronon-d. So we took a lunch of strawberries nnd enUu In 11 little basket, ntitl wont off together. We cntno to n Mop nt leiiRtli In n delicious jiiondow which, llko nil Devonshire mend own, lay on tho slopo of n hill. Undo ltcniey nppeiued to be In n drowsy nml contemplntlvu stnto of niiml. He Iny full length on the wnrm, fragrant hny, anil allowed me to pile It tip behind his head to keep off tho sun. This done, I crept to his sldo and lay down with my licid on his nrm. "Whnt nre you thinking nbout Just now this very mlnutcV" 1 dumnnded. "I? Oh, nothing thnt would Interest you, child. I sny, Olgn, did you notice Miss Lyndon, tho young lady wu met jresterdny...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 6 February 1897

pfliWWij?JU'.l:)S1i ri --H).",j. WW7.)3lUtn'rft fffl THE OKIOAOO ffiAOrjH.. S3 JjSW?)" ,Sl5$J5tg5Ep7 .i&aAi .. .?! bW1bWbT15MMbVbbw ALWAYS Sh lion! a jirvtly, pultltr!ntmrd purse, The ctny of tin- hut. v. Hut ihopplns lor.iN from bad to vorse, It U nn 1'inpt.v bonst. WnMilnstoa Stnr. She You seem to forict yourself, fir. We How could I do otherwise In jour proinccl Jtaly. I'rk'uri-I phi;ioc evcr.vtlilns you jvrlto how row? ,Vut!ior Ye.-, but inot of It eoiiitibaek.-ilifrJpiu Mfe. - "I know uow," reiiiarke '9.J0KZZ man who wa sued for broach of )tZy' lc, "why they call It VourtltiR.' "-TIJ. I i-trt Eilltor-Your story Is Hut. Author Yes? lMltor 1 wUli to compliment you. Mot stories we get nro rolled up. Puck. "Uncle Simon, what Is a phenome non;" "A phenomenon N n man who get so lleli that he won't accept n paw uti a railroad." Chicago Heeord. bubbles My v.Ife ntul 1 met by nccldent. Thrown together by chance, n it were. Wheelwotnnn (eagerly) lHd you break the bicycles? lJuffnlo T...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 6 February 1897

a w:it"'9"J"V MVTTSHSW ivVTM "tp-i 'tm ,ykvv rfy " r THE OHIOAOO BAOLB. . . j- ' a L '" Xi4XXX4flMMMTJ HIS REVENGE. HM. 8. RAVAGER naa mei with an Occident. Steaming up channel during the night she htd collided with a bark out from ; and, though no ono could quite tell how the tnlslinp occurred, It waa per fectly clear that the bark had gone down, and that the ram of the warablp was In a damaged condition. H. M. S. Ravager was accordingly put Into dry dock for repairs. As very often linnpena at this place where the vessel was docked, convlcta were at wprk upon tho quays. They were a mixed lot; but, being good-con-duct men, they all enjoyed a greater freedom of nctlon In tho dlschargo of is4r duties than Is ordinarily extend 4 to the enforced working guests of the nation. Yet, notwithstanding tbla unspoken testimony to their compara tive worth, the commander of the Rar agcr was less disposed than usual to place trust In them, lie was In a fero cious humor, for that little affair with...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 6 February 1897

'T7w3 rr. .(wwro. ::..' ft." vv ' srJ-v-'W-JVV ...trA-.i'.i.i;! 10 THE OXXIOJLO-O B3JLCJ2LiB3. f ft F: THE SERENADE. Vul. iilim-' Si. Viilrntltic! He tbou my frit-ml tlil nliMit, I viiitMilr it iliiliity 111.-1M, lint li my limrt'x delimit. Oil. ft i.t lii l not cold in me a are the fpi.ly klf. r:if I tiiiy co hor turn on me C a1 ! cl.ini't from tier eye. IVnMt'i In. witutnw heic I tny an Mill the niitnii'til i;o, 'I'M I il.tltu1 liy nino nllKlit sign Mil- lintf. liljr olro below. Si I'nlriitlne! St. Valentine: She ilae ot In lit me yet V'ii.11 HiN I im? A !un. ileur roe! "THIS VAl.WNT IIOL'St: TO I.KTi" MM ffr Wlifii my ilnir Aunt .Mnwl died alie 'litl I lu very muiiiiiici' 1 urmlimttnl 1 was I'tSly inn lifiirt-liruketl to en re whnt he 'line of ni.. Still. I liml to lie illitioirI if tn miiiii' way. o It tvim ilovliliil thnt I go to tin with my hrutlicr Ulvlntnl In Month t'limliiiii MM; ! h tisicliclor. mi iittnniey-nt-lnw. rml Inn. it iry fnlr iirnetlee Itidi-cd. An t - vt to my ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 6 February 1897

V'ii tt'.rtrtt'-J'1 Tr? i'n" t'V" TKS OHIOAOO S3JL03LiS3. U JOHN A ORB, rntsioeNT. WILLIAM LCONtR, vice WtST.Tea WILLIAM H. REHM, tCRCTAnr. 1 4Mifc? A. 1 fff Vg 3fcfl A bbh ii . i suHiwaH t- mim w av wivha sBsSttSSBlSSaSftfl 2 L il mmmmmmMmmmmmm rl'v!:! IKLmH.llHRBiV w BfeWERY(b. Export eer Cor. Augustas Paulina Sts. f HICAGO" TELEPHONE WEST 129. "W U. S, A JlFgQIEgMljilCfiSfcSKttBfrMP AmWrAmmmWmAWmmfmmWjmmmmmW'Vmm tmmmmWmnl$ HRftlHHHliLtA MmmMwWF,mESfxlbTw!9mlmmmmm7 ta1 l.aRIIRV5iHJBVri Salvator! CI 4 BBjase a WIVIi RUCHLx 4 .President L. A. RUEHL Vice Pre. andTreat. H.A. RUEHL Secretary WILLI Afl RUEHL BREWING CO. 216 to 224 West 12th St., Chicago. TELEPHONE MAIN 4082. IBEST BREWING CO, OF CH1CA90. ' tfIBm?sBni SB Si nffin rfa ' SffiMWW WWMPbHWj mi. !35saB?SsOBiaaKf4 American Brewing Co. S93mTmmmmmS m mM mm a JU Southwest Cor. Fletcher and Herndon Sts. Telephone Lake View no. KEELEY AND BAVARIAN BEER. Brewed of the finest BARLEY MALT and HOPS, well aged. Are now ready for delivery...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 6 February 1897

ta THBOHIOAOO B3A.O-LiB3 SUE MONEY to LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ox Iiirovei Chicago Real Estate. Dntral luiineii Property FOB SALE. Af FEET, two blocks from the V Court House. One tenant. Corner on Van JBuren St, near Halited, FOR SALE, WELZ, RENTED, Map Smi & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leates C. & N. W. Depot, corner Klnile and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. m. Sunday. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minute' ride. Two railroad stations on the property. Lots SIOO and Upward. $7.00 CASH AMD 97.0O PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract far alined each purchase?. it. H. E. HDRLBDT CO, Building and Improved Real Estate LOANS wmm STERUHG FDBHITDRE CO., 90 and 92 West Madieon Street, Near Jefferson ttrsat. CHICAGO'S GREATEST BARGAIN HOUSE. Parlor Sets. $15.00 Up. ward aWdroom Suits.... $10.00 & Stocking Chairs.... Sl.WwTrd Lounges $4.00 Voiding Beds $5.75 ifta Via Chairs . 25C Up. ward Cooking Stoves $t75Trt Sideboards $8.00?! Brussels Carpet lift, Ingrain Purrc I-tft "...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

Kw;9WJfftW'' fiMW&i&SV vH'4vr'ir',-'w rwK--wi-giw?-5v!i-arrT"' ? l T ".T INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME XV. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1897 TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 381. Jf f r"-'y ff f( V!V ) -. TIE DEATH OF It Is a Loss to the Whole People of the City of Chicago. His Charities Were Numerous, and His Good Deeds Are Matters of Local History. He Once Saved the. Banks of Chicago from Destruction by His Prompt Generosity. A Sketch of His Life and Some Stories Told of Him by an Old and Intimate Friend. The funeral of Albert M. Hillings wiim held ni Wednesday from the mort em home of tht! hum magnate In West Ijike street, ifev. Dr. Uoodman. of the First Congregational Clmreh otlleliitert. Tho nervier coiwdnieil of n prayer iiml a nhort address. The pallbearers wore representatives of the Home Nntlonnl Hank anil the People" (Jan Light and (.'(ike Company. They were: J. 'Am ineniiaii, .Tuhn Wilson, It. I.. Honson. II. It. IturniwH. W. MoDougiill. W. H. Tobln. ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

r-rjwfc-nwriUBYHi Q .i n msJ',ifr.m.s,nl W'll'ifW STn --l,.J.tJTi 'T 1 TtrJpt ' J'M""14'-t",S!3!yTW "SP PHCE OHIOAaO ES-AlGHIiBJ. stsho Drexel Cafe, Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Orove Avenue.... ReslanraDt, Luich Conuter and Bar. Steaks, Chops and Shell Pish Our Specialty. acazxsi ..B9BBaaaaaBk .tsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaflBaT aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa .Hnr'fcw bVbbbbbbbbbbbb'bbbbbk3Ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb!btc BT fc w-iraxaBaanaaaaaia 5Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasa.553EqiMsaC3MaM-- & 1 1 '.V IS 'Chicago Real Katate Boar. President, Marvin A. Parr. Vice President, llenry 8. Dietrich. Hecretarjr. Cuthbert W. Lnlnir. Treasurer, Francis A. Ilarnes. Kxevutlte Committee James 0. Galloway (two years), Karl L. llatntiteton. Valuation Committee toltnutid A. Cum niliifin (two years), Wm, A. lloml (two yean), (li-orge HlrkhofT, Jr.. (two years). Public Service Committee Houth Bide, Walter II. Wilson; NorUi Hide. 8. Wllmer Cnnnell (two yearn), Hatn...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

T 5' 'z'2Ti&il,Jv V't"V'' '.i ""Mf? rs'Tfy'iiiF "( r w ff JHEJ OHIOAQO 3 .A. G-3Li 2 . men OF COOK Superior Court Judge tOU. E. GARY, Oktef Jwflw. HENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAXN. JOHN B. PAYNE. JOHN A. Circuit Court Judge L F. TULEY, Chief Justice. R S. TUTHILL. R. W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBRIDGE HANEOY. JOHN GIBBONS. O. A. HORTON. OHAS. G. NEELY. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK. .... SHERIFF. , STATE'S ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL Attorney at Law, Suite 119 Hartford Building Talaphona Bx.raaa S72. CHICAGO. - - ILXi. JOHN R. PARKER, Attorney at Law. NEW YORK UFI MJiLMNf. jaasrfflfnta, Chicago. ANDREW J. RYAN, ATTORNEY MID COUUEUI IT UV, Mfi.fiW.fiM-ff.w IB fc -V waw v.w vwv mm-mmgwm .wv Ttlophoao Mala 4394. CHICAGO. It. M. PLOTKE, Attorney and Counselor. Um II, 31 H. Clark St, Cklcaia. SmnmmM, 4U OtTtUM AT Nittry Public i-a D.L. MORRILL, Attorney MCOONSELORATLAW. 1210 Title and Trust Bids., 100 WASHINQTON ST. CHAS.H. CRA...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

Jjr mwmtw" W ' '"rci,gjv?s-rpPj nnmMiHn iw ;v K.'wyVTKFw,rwW ' Tf,rTrc,'-.WnVf Vf. ijrAVfVi'TUTr THB OHIOAQO flA QLm, J fe I He Cbtcato Gaole. mmUSHMD BVBY SATURDAY ENRY F. DONOVAN. A Immtm4t PtHfml Ntwrnprnrnw, FuultM mm TrmtatuL mSCWWlON KATES, I2.lt P1K YEAH abmum all coxmrxicinoM to MNIV P. MNOVAN, UtHt art FrafrktM, $U TMtoak BalMlaf , t. B. CflMt Watklaftoa St and Fifth At. tetond at the l'ostofflce at Chicago, Iill Beta, u Kcood-cUw Baiter. LARGEST WEEKLY QHJDUIMH IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Eagle can be ordered at Charles Ifecdonald & Co.'s literary emporium aad book store, S3 Washington street, li. II. Jackson's periodical and news ttcot, 05 Clark street, Jtobt. E. Burke's book, stationery, periodical and newspaper depot, 340 Division street, Sherman House news stand, Talmer House news stand, Tremont House news stand, Security Building news stand, eathcast corner of -Madison street Md Fifth avenue, And at all first-class newt stands Of wfhont the West REPUBLICANS MAY NOMINA...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

- Jl-l-wy"?- -p " - 'iiir5 "f -" ? 'S i( . ffr''-i "w T.a.'Vjf iJi-JI"! .TrtV',;r;,v !'l,rTito'?rf: , r-ii ""?, THE CHIOAQO 23 A O Xj E3 . The First National Bank,.. (HChlcago. Mil CtpitaU3.t0f.tH Svplu, $2,W,0W tmiJ.8UE,PraHtll. J1S. B. FOSOi, Vice Frolieit. BICHMD J. STREET, Colin EOUB HOSE, Ant, Caftler, nmuBBom,2tiut,cnmr, All classes of hlfhgrade Investment Beads bought ana told. Account of Merchants. Banks, Bankers and Corpora Hom solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ten ol Credit iMued, available in all Grts of the world. Commercial Credits ralshed foi use in ImporUtion of Mer chandise from Foreign Countries. Trans fers by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. CHICAGO Title&TrustCo Office the Mala Fleer ol Its BalMlig, 100 WASHINGTON ST CAPITAL $1,500,000 Security Fund with State Auditor 200,000 li authorized by the Htnte of llllnoli and by nit courts to act a. Admlalstrater, Executor, Receiver, As Igaee, Oeeraiaa, Ceatervater aid Trustee; Traasacts aQe...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

r""rn?,aai. rrmtmwB&B& r- cSS j(!r(Trf yw, ?- (. 777,-1 THK OHIOAaO DAGIiB. k FOR THE EAGLE. A Otltatlfi tf Iiwi fro AUOfirthtWwkL Feast tf Political, Commercial antf Ctitral Intelliienca fir Etlt Readers. Anitoti. for Pclitarc. According to report received from tht Ulnml u( Crete, the situation linn not chniiKctl for tin better. The revolution Is KprendltiK ntut tin- Chrlptlnim urt. in tuot ease. tlKhtltiK "tutor the lln of llreece. The conservative element In the legislative vlinmlier I. optioned to the pol icy of seizitiK the islmul In iletiance of the power. They argue tluit Greece houM not attempt to niuiex the lulnml until Mie 1 assured of J lie siixirt of some one of tlie great ptiwir. They ilaiiit, further, that Kurope is not prepared to sanction anything that might serve to Impel the Turkish problem tounrd solution at this time. It Is Hsslhle. they aert. that the warships of other nnllou will co-operate In re-estahllshing. If not maintaining, IK-ace, and that King (...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

SSjySSSTSSS ifr''"-v3yifeMiiS 'mi'itf 'wwfrfrWiy''tiWi w-itm&j'zjiifyM$ ny- "?'" II lli .. !-aSES l" . i. r.n fc am i i li 'IK? WRlftRW& OHAPTEK VI. (Continued.) All the next day my tnrnls were lirouRhl to me by a aervnnt I did not know: nml o on the dny following. At Innt. on tlm morning of the sixth dny, the door of my prison opened, nnd Kspernnee enme In with red eyes, lint the suspicion of n mile hovering on her lips. "Come here, Miss Olgn, denr." she anhl. in gentle tones. "I nm to tell you somu news which should mnke you very, very thankful." It was Hundny morning. As she spoke the bells from the little church In tin ralley began to chime. Their sound wits wnfted In through the open window like a jubilant strain of applause after long, long pain. "Kspcranre, tell me." "They nre quite, certain now that the qnlrc will live." "Will live! He Is not dead!" I whis pered between white lips. "No; he was terribly weak. lor three days and nights his life hung In the bal ance! bu...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

immffai MtwVmmnr' m'iii !?WSTiH5issw .TWSi'r&?ts.rv- t -vr. sn-fOT3 fi?VT?F5tfvrT f.''HrTST7'tl''';'''- yrt"i "" J t-v.vJn BP THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. 3 It IW tt II Ifr .LP li Tim inn ii nlm lite In tlio ovcnth flat N tilt Hicniu-'t man In tnnni Wlienovrr In- tnlU tlio janitor up, lie' siirp to cull hint down. New York .toiirmil. John W jour wife clover? Jack- Hover onoiiith to make nit think taat ln kuon 1p than 1 know. Judge. Urcry wotimn ivgiinl the confession of a xouiif twin that he In striving to In a better mnii a equivalent to a pro posal. Ati'hUou lilohe. Maud What make you think MaJ. Hiilwlt lit In the l;nnl service? May ltevaue w lienor er he appears the con venation Mag. Judgo. Strawlier "Why do you think yon tvllt have any trouble In koeplnit the engagement secret?" Slncerly "I had to tell the girl, didn't IV Puck. She livery time one of us girls gets married, father plant a tree on bis state. He A much beter plan would be for hi tn to plant a house there. Life. The Docto...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

L-IW ' u ttn w 'r- fr'jft5tj',wy t THB OHIOXOO 2DA.GHjB3. J STORY OF A I J KLEPTOMANIAC, j AuVtcctlro rum across a lot of qucor things In his life, and somehow the qitccrcat never find their nay Into the newspapers. It Is difficult to any why; perhaps It Is be cause they nro too queer. For Instance. 1 doubt If you hnrc ever heard of a cer tain strange Incident that happened only a seaoon or two ago In that select section or the fushlonnblo world known as "society." A lender of fashion, Mrs. Register, re quested dip to call on her 0110 morning when the season wns at Its height. "I want your help, Mr. Lowe," she began, and then stopped awkwardly. Terhaps you aro not nwaro that at sev eral baits and dinner parties this season there huvc been Jewels and ornaments stolen. It has, of course, caused a great deal of unpleasantness. In sevoral cases trinkets have oven been actually taken from the wearers, without their know log how It wns done or who did It." I had heard several wild tales o...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

pi.yiviwtBjiwi?S3!7 "fr 10 THE OHIOAOO EAULE. THREE AMERICAN-BORN BEAUTIES, NsIjSbBW vl M Jtfe DOCTOR3 THP SHAH OP PERSIA. T.AUY XAYf.Ulft.r.VI.ASU, nee Crautljerhlti. TIIK iiox. mii. rrnzox, nrc I.ellcr. t.AUY AltTllL'R lIUTt.KIt, iiea StitRer. &7M 0m The city of Santa IV.. X. M.. was founded by tin Simiiliml In 151)8 under the name of Santa IV, un tho alto of ff:eiix or Tlgim, one of the celebrated "Seven Cities" at tlie founding of the Axtcc Confederacy, In 14'JO. Its streets, iniiseuiim, and private collections of curios absolutely teem with relics and rrcords of a ntlrrltiff history, nnd In- iHmle fatuous pictures of saint or shrine, -sinlutetl on elk and puma skins, sabre 'flutists where they had been used as minors during the inarch of Corouado in 10-11, others with arrow holes from 'nltachs by Indians on the line of march up the valley of the Itto Grande. There ire qiuiltit maps In Latin nnd French, allowing three cities of note on tho con tinent, nnd giving California a...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

JPSJS?'"" '"" . i?'c -7-ftTAv?wr' '?Tn?tfln'KSS!'F'5?5T!!'T!t'S!5Ww?A 'i . THB OHIOAQO BAQL.B, XI Potato King. Not every ono known whnt a iwtiilo ting In. 1'otnto-rlnjrt nro very oll nw inuim of Irish plntu, ntnl vary from six (0 II I 111! IllL'IlCX, ROIIIClllllCH OVOII II folll. In illiuuetur, mid stniitl nhoiit six liiclicjt lilKli. When In uso In bygone tlnyiu they were placed on tho dlnliig-lnlita to support roiititl wondcu oak howls, in uhlfli wiirn hpi'vciI linliilocM "In Hiclf ldexrt. Vice Prea. cAj Weetea. EEXj, 0eoretmy. WILLIAM RUEHL JncketB." Homo of tlicin me of innit value, us being line fic(.'iiiifiis or irisit nit: niid nny genuine old potntinliiK Is worth nt least 91ft per ounce In Loudon. Stride BREWING COMPANY In ItuMla. i Tlio IttiKsInn hnptlsin under the iltinil', of lliu Ureek church Is n eurlmni etic inony. A large wooden Iwwl Is hltnr with wnter, and tho priest Inkcs tin ehlld In his nnns, HtiiffH wadding Inlo ltn earn and nostrils and then plunge tho little h...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 13 February 1897

F'ZpfTi if rw; ,v .l "?ti - V tvi .j,, in ""ttl w 9 1 m ,'f.i 4 4 i ? i; ? ? i i 7 MONEY to LOAN LOWEST RATES Iiliwi tticap Real Estate. Outral lulieu ProHrtj FOB SALE. A e FEET, two blocks from the V Court House. One tenant. Corner on Van Buren St, near Halited, FOR BALE. WELL. RENTED. Dilap Smith & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. k N. W. Depot, cermet Klrule and Wells Sts., at ttjo p. m. Sundays. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 3$ minutes' ride. Two railroad stations en tne property. Lots $100 and Upward. 7.00 CASH AMD 7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract far nlshed each purchaser. nted. mzxm 1,000 Splendid City Lots In various sections of the city. $300 to $2,000. BEST IMAIMIS, AH AOTME. $5 to $20 Per Month. Grand chance to buy now when prices are low. Sure to make money. ROBERT C. CIVINS, Room 815, 1 00 Washington St. WM. D. SXRFOOT. OEO. BXRKHOFF, JR. Wm. 0. Kerfoot & Co., 85 Washington Street. N. W. CO. WASHINGTON AND DIARBORN STt, OHIOAQO....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

jgi3MK's,;sw,,',','M, ptvu.rm".cwm&imw)-tiwitMNW'iiTr,r r s2W; "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE" CHICAGO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1897 TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 385. VOLUME XV. SrBBBjjF TIE OPPRESSORS IUST 0! The People ire Rising on Every Side Against the Department Store Abomination. Half the Proprietors of Chicago Depart ment Stores Have Changed Their Names or Worse, And the People Do Not Like to Become the Slaves of That Kind of Cattle. If the Legislature Sells of Chicago Look Chicago rotnll merchant met In thtt Sherman House t 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon and formed tin organisation to Hunt the department stores. Scat tered over tlio city aro about twenty association of retailor, and the ob ject of tlio meeting wan to combine all these In ono body. For that purpose each of them sent three delegated, and the leaders In the movement assert lhat theao delegates represented 20,000 merchant and property owners. Speeches made at the meeting Indi cate that the retailor pin th...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

Tsp'--i'-3fe4t-VlHVWr!.T"K-IS51rtTi'? , rKB OHIOAGO EAQLB, "Jtea. Drexel Cafe, Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.... IV Steaks. Chops and Shell Pish Our Specialty. jasro tSXa) Hue bri Cento ai Bar. Chicago Real Katnte Iloard. president. Mnrvln A. Purr. Iw l'rvf iilont. Henry . District!. Hrvretnrr. OutiibiTt XV. Lalng. treasurer, Frauds A. Names. tuii'iitho Committee-James II. Galloway (two rim), llarl I.. llainMoton. Valuation Committee Edmund A. Cum mliiKs U rears). Win. A. Ilond (two year), (Jvorjto lilrklioff, Jr.. (two rears). ttiV.WiCif,,?P.!cc t'ommlttee south Hide. Walter H. Wilson; Nortli 8lde, 8. Wllmcr xv lli iUwA' roars), Hainncl llrown. Jr.i .iSJt!,.,c,iV,r7 A..Uwl. Kruest Wolters ilorf, Otto Kiililn, MeintiemMp Committee-It. It. I)e Vouns iSYi"0.JrV,a,'. K?,. Moo. Henry A. Knott, Itoliert C. Ulvlns, Nelson Tlioraassoii. iISiSi .Kcllur. Kdwlu V. Uctehcll, Dud ley Winston. IMII Iloard Committee TtUMell D. Hill !.t,r.T'i!r".i "S K. Kubcl. Hamuel Dela "'tpr. Fre...

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