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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

r-ftimrtii J ---' i -- ...r, . ,.w y.i-m. -TrwT" " - v !'.;. ' H'IOi-.ii','4V )T,3ifi,i-iA,l(Tp5 VJ1,' "T '"Jltf J V M 0- TiTSiSWIlS" f VftasStV '. .CflE OHIOAQO E3 .A. O-21i 3 . JUDICIARY OF SMssBaMaaa4VasshAAaflaa Superior Court Judgef. OaV a OARY.CMef Jatttoa, JONA1 HUTCHINBON. HENRY If. BHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINa THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOOOIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. JOHN A. LINN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judge U. F. TULEY, Olilef Juatioa. a S. TUTHILL. a W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBRIDOE HANEOY. JOHN GIBBONS. O. A HORTON. CHAS. O. NEELY. County JUDGE .. .... .. t CLERK. HiiiiiiiMi uin Probate JUDGE CLERK. HERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL LEADINB MEMBERS OF THE BAR wn. c. mm, Attorney at Law, Suite 119 Hartford Building Telephone Express 072. CHICAGO. - - IL.I... JOHN R. PARKER, Attorney at Law. HEW YOt UPB BUIUHNC VNattSNtE,. Chicaga ANDREW J. RYAN, A TTORNEY MD cowsewmt uw: 616-618-6...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

t ,., 'AR.uvj-ii THB OHIOAQO B3A,GHjB3. 'fW1 Ike ftbkago aale HMU3MED EVERY SATURDAY MENRY F. DONOVAN. Am kmm4mt Putltkml Stwammmtr FwHumm Truthful. IWlCWmON KATES, 12 PER YEAK 1BMUM AIL COKKVKICiTIOM TO MMtV t. MNOVAN, UHt Prtf rlttw, t4 TMtMte BalMlng Con Wathtoftoa 8t and Fifth Aw. iMsnd at the I'ostoflce at Chicago, 11U Mia, at accond-clau natter. LARGEST WEEKLY GUAM IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Eagle can be ordered at Chariot acdonald St Co.'s literary emporium ud book store, K Washington street, li. H. Jackson's periodical and news fepot, 05 Clark street, Jtobt. E. Burke's book, stationery, periodical and newspaper depot, 340 Division street, Bfcerman House news stand, Palmer House news stand, Tremont House news stand, Security Building news stand, 'eatkeast corner of Madison street tmi Fifth avenue, The Eagle can also be ordered at the tallowing news depots: Ackerman Martin It., 304 Milwaukee sr, Arnold Frank, 2880 N. Ashland nv. Asstln Robert IT. A., G2MJ Wentworth a v. Basler ll...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

f-i 1 tfflr mrtfi . T V'Tf If ''"''WS THE. OHIOAQO SAQLE. The first National Bank... Illinois Trust AN: OTGhioago. Strjlis, - - - $2,tM,00t LTI1I J, BAGE, Pmlttlt, JAI, 8. FORM, Tics FraUeit, BICHABD J. STREET, Culler HOLIES HOQE, Asst. Cashier. FRAME.BROWH, 21 Aut, Cashier. All classes of high-trade Inrestment Beads bought ana told. Accounts of Merchants. Banks, Bankers and Corpora Mew solicited. Trayelers' Circular Let ters ol Credit Issued, available in all arts of the world. Commercial Credits mulshed fat use in Importation of Mer chandise from Foreign Countries. Trans fers by Cable to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. Savings Bank. Statement to the Auditor of Public Accounts at the Commencement of Business Sept. 1, 1896, Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $100,000 RltOUROIt. Bonds and Stocks $4,311,747.81 Cash and Exchange... 7,181,032,34 Demand Loans Star-i. 12,839,752,20 Time Loans on collatVIs 4,378,335.10 Loans on Keal Estate. . . 2,180,1)68.01 $30,900,656.45 LIABIL...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

i?AS?Xw7jrSfi ' A-'ffWv-ir54W,T TT3 THK OHIOAOO IB.A.GHjBI. ' !; N i'(! H ! w FOR THE EAGLE. A Collitioi of Miwi from All OTer lie Worll Feist of Political, Commercial and Geiertl Intelligence for Eagle Readers. He Hod ttcen Lone UK Urn. Alfred l'li'notitoti. olio of tin? most illstltigulshctl ciivnlry itmimniiilcrs of tho lntf wnr, iliiil nt his npnrtiiiciitH In tlie (Irviuim House In Washington WimIiim ilny. Alfntl I'lriimnlnii wn liurn In Washington. l V In lt-4. Knuliintutl nt tlu L'uitttl States Mllltiiry Academy In 1544. i-rtl In the Mexican war, did frontier duty nitalnst the liullitn until the dvll wnr began, nud In 1WII liepm tlie mot brilliant portion of hl military career In tlmt Kreiit ftrit.lf. He retelv. ed the Mcvet of lletttelintit-cidotiel nt An tletntn In 1NKJ, win promoted major-cell era! of Volunteers In dune, 1MKI, wn com iiuinderdii-clilcf of Federal cavalry nt liettyidmre, mid wn lireveted colonel lu .Inly, ISW. TruiiKferred to Missouri In 154. ! eh nred that ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

TJSJiSSiSi 9W 'JWRBSef lTWV-lMfWn ijii.ifKnr' - -5-5- sa--e-seE CHAPTER VIII.-(Contlmil.) My licnrt swelled with Indignation; I felt trnppfil. . , ! "I thought you were III, or tlylns, or something," I nnswered, too angry to be rtvll. "I nnilnrntnnc! roll to Ml' yester- f ny that yon had wrenched your niiKie. "So I LpIIovpiI I hnd nt the tluii'." ho nnswerrd, totally unperturbed, nml on--joying my confusion: "but it turns out to to only n matter of n few limine nml n twinge or two of rheumatism to remind mo thnt 1 enntt stand n ducking ns I could twenty years ngo." "Then why did you bring us here? To mnko fun of us?" I burst out choked .with Indignation. Then suddenly I thought of mother. I went up to my .grandfather, who stood chuckling, with ?ils hnnds In his pockets. "Oh. sir," I aid, humbly, nnd try nil I would 1 could not keep my volco from breaking, "think of mother only to whnt you nro subject" Jug her. I know I Imvo been horribly un civil nnd wanting In respect to you, but I...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

- .-vimifwwA-'--.ry-A'7 AKK&jifttt frfn. T9' T?"W7Vv "V-1 nA' yik.'Syti tv -s, :,v;pifl TXZB OHZOAaO ElJLGHLiHl. & "" BBBBBBBBBg I II ALWAYS SOUGHT by the Best People. FOUND in the Best Places. Poro itlamn.rrtl wna the lloaton mold When frnt-turrd wits Ikt bicycles Slie liciivcil a slli niul from bcr eye There Ml n limpid Icicle. -l ml lit u it poll a tluurunl. Carrie Jack thinks I'm fickle. Lens That's probably the reason ho doesn't propose n second time. Life. Reginald My darling, will you slisre my lot? Miss Uptodate Is It city or mburban? Italtlmorc News. She The Misses Brown usually sing duets, do they not? He Yes; they di vide the responsibility. ruck. The maid from lloston swept the street with her glance. It was notice nble that the asphalt was covered with a glare of Ice. Cincinnati Enquirer. "Men generally ndmlro business sense In a woman, don't they?" "Yes; but they admire It only In other men's wives and daughters." Chicago Record. I'lrst tramp The papers all say...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

S?tWf I""' HW? -- t,-i -r . 4iT "J .. '-v;r.V"WrtW7V YiSjVT 'VmNCWtHT'''" "."'' -v "'v WF'TJIT'-iVl?1'!!.' -iwrnw' T." .- vtf , , i VJn r 'V'i li tfJIiHtfjpsfnfl' i 1nr- THE OHIOAOO HJjtVOLiH. iii 'M S BILL, -:- THE ;-; PLOTTER, i i A NEWSPAPER MAN'S STORY. 5 IT seems but yesterday tbat old Dill IJams lurched Into the office, fell over n chnlr or two, Bat him. aclf down upon the ctlgo of my table, arid nnnounccd, with drunken gravity, tbnt lie was the best blank-dashed Job printer tbnt hit the pike. 'Yes'" I mild, brlelly, glancing up from one of the pungent paragraphs that used to cnuso mo so much nmuic ment, yet were not appreciated by the exebnngo editors of the metropolitan papers. "Didn't I ray so. young feller? ho nsked. In an aggrieved tone, ns ho reached for m.v box of smoking tobac co and stowed nway n bniidful of It be hind his wealth of bristling mustache nnd whiskers, "ainiino a Job?" he added, cloning one eye nnd viewing mo critically with the other, tho whllo ho mastic...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

"vi-v w-n ww5i &v&fcSL"7&rSZSfi 3 lO THE OHIOAQO E-A.CjHLj1G. ! I- 1 HOWTIIEPEOPLKLIVE DROWSY EXISTENCE OF THE CITIZENS OF HAVANA. Sllllt'.ir.T IHsplny the Only Change In the Condition FiirroiimtlrtB the I'lncc-CotTcr, Pleistu, t'rottirnniles and Unit I'luhla On On Usnal. I'rn Initlcntlotin of War. While Cuba, ns a whole, hns been tor rlrlcalljr ntul eontiiletcljr i-hnugcil hy the rlolctit tipiiotoiils ot wnr. lli thief city till slt on the shore of the northern sen, stiullt ntiil odorous, lliirntirt. too. hits tin dergoue chutige. s.is the New Vork Her ald, but the changes nre not those of lire and sword mid famine. It has become de cidedly more military than a few years ago, but this Is nil. Its cafe, formerly haunted by well-dressed crouds of civil ian Cubans and Si'.iiilnnls, now clank with spurs and sabers and ring with brim stone gossip of trochas, of battles and red routs, where the men who formerly sat ebeek by jowl In the restaurants hare met In deadly contllot....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

TlfiV'F'S'WV ' WT"W,"''' c.-w'T-;.iIri( 3? .Fi VU"-N T1 BfMWwiwiWwpMl njypy imp; '?- THE OHIOAOO HJ-A-O-IjE. 11 Onn or Crnnr'x NuprrMltlottN. On ono oeea-don Wlltlnni II. Uninc found hliuxelf confronted by tin; ftttu which now iiikI llii'ii ovt'ilnkcM iicIih-m. lie found In Ills lintel Ihiil Im IiikI been iinIkiih1 to room No. lit, mill lie hurried down to tin olllcc to n veil t lit hud lin-k Hint In- felt Htn-i! would full upon him If lie kIioiiM hIc. iii'i'o4 t tin t threshold. "Wlm t do .von mean liy kIvIiik iiiu room HIV lie wild to tin. clerk. "Why. Mr. Cmnc," wild tin' clerk, "Hint N the bent rNiin In tin1 hoiwoj nil the ilNtlimulHhed actors hIci'P In I lint room. Why, .lolin T. Iliiyinoiiil died In tint t room!" .Mr. (.'miio turned Hue. "do down to the tr-.ilnynrd." he shouted to lit imeiil, "mid Bet uie n xleepln enr! I won't Ntny In the house, let nhme In loom HI!" "7mT atLTTXIXXZj, ExO0iaLoX3Lt. Xj. .A.. XtTTXaxxXj, TTioo Pros. Troa. H. jSL. HXJEIXIHj, Ooorotary. WILLIAM R...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 20 February 1897

' t ysrywi 3 THE OHIOAQO B3JIl03LiB3 MS MONEY to LOANI DO YOU WANT A HOME MOVE M FACTORY TfcfttMUMI n say fsr In small Monthly Payment Mm m rentr h at, ssA sal ihiiH say itiwaw. Tatr will alts y. atto ul t wi, Y Stat hatw Saw sass S is t. ews ymt Beau. Theueansle ef Lets te eheeee trem, ismae1 la til satis tf sisatae. rsuawm an a t sty smaisnaa tWMStMtssai ' Vx i STl i i 1 1 rf : i B! li I Ri f h l C k i AT LOWEST RATES Iijwefl Cbicap Real Estate. Ottlral lislnesi Property FOB SALE. A FEET, two blocks from the w Court House. One tenant. Comer on Van Buren St, near Halited, FOR BALE. WELL RENTED. Dnnlap Smitb & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leates C. A N. W. Depot, corset Kintie and Wells St., at 1:30 p. m. Sundays. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only 35 minutes' ride. Two railroad stations on the property. Lota SIOO and Upward. $7.00 CASH AND 7.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract ft. nlshed each purchaser. mmm 1,000 Splendid City Lots In various sections oi the c...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

y7!,jtl!f?t'W',"- "' - -" -n-r w s " fi. 63V-A52S3 "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1897 TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 38tt. VOLUME XV. l'WvlWil.!ll,,.iJi.sl.ry,, - ; - B H8 m TO TEE PROHT! The Eleventh Ward Will Probably Present the Well-Known Brick lannfaotnrer for Mayor. His Character Is Above Reproach, and He Would Make a Very Strong Candidate. The Number of Candidatei Now in the Field for Mayor the Largest Ever Known. An Epitome of the Mayoralty Situation Up to Date, with Records of Aspirants. It Is seldom Hint n candidate for Mayor Iron innilo ho much stir on ho Mliort a notice ns linn William II. Alslp, tho well-known Eleventh Ward resi dent nnd popular business man. Mr. Alslp bus always been reluctant ubout allowing tho uso of hi namd for public office, but this time his great popularity has stood In tho way of the withdrawal of his name. The Eleventh Ward delegation to the elty convention will In all probability present the name of the pop...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

J-jfiS ' "5 - - ' 'wnr'JTifff ,"- ' II pf ' PH-HS OHIOAGO SAQL.E Drexel Cafe, Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Qrove Avenue ". . X . Steaks, Chops and Shell Pish Our Specialty. '"V. C. - Muasr. Hani Litli Her u Bar. i IK r ll i hi ; r r fcv Chicago Real K.tnte Hoard, rrcfldcnt. Marvin A. Van. lcc ITcsldpnt. Henry 8. Dietrich. Hwctnrr. Cutlibcrt W. r.alug. Treasurer. Frauds A. Humes. Kxccutlve Comtiilttoo-Jniues 11. dflllownv (tfo ynxri), Knrl I.. Hnml.Icton. """u,Ta jnluaiion Committee Edmund A. Cum- !VJ!1K ,Vn.,'.cni"),.Wl"- A ,,ond (two years), Jrpreo lilrkliorr, Jr.. itwo years). Ei,.bliCM8jr.C0 Commlttpc Sonlh Bide. .V'.'T. I1. "! .North 8lde. 8. Wilmcr i?"lJcLI. t(,w-? yi'if"). Samuel llrown. Jr.! .Voi';,.t.,0,,y.c?r A r'cwl"' Kr,,;8t WoltiTs ilorf, tltto Knlilii. Membership Committee U. n. Do Younit lw rfrs). Kilns M. Moore. Henry A. hn.,,i,,UJ,.,crt : OIvIiik. Nelson TlioniuMon, Jtvu' .KQnucJ'"' KJlu t'- Uctcliell, Dud ley i Iti.ton. Call Hoard Cotom!ttee-Huel r. Hill ,.?.J.r'...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

rrvg T'--t'gnft & wfiwxwgtyst t, y ? n,' HJ- '"TV ' tf" -V '5 yt "V? pT?Ti,STW. ' "- HBOHIOAOO SAGIiS. mm'mmmmm ! i - mim JUDICIARY OF COOK COUNTY. Superior Court Judges. lOU. E. OABY.OMtf JoiIIm. JONAS HUTOHINION. HENRY M. BHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWING. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES QOQOIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B: PAYNE. . FARLIN Q. BALL. JOHN A." LINN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. U F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. "WATERMAN. R. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAM& R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER .EDMUND W. BURKE THOMAS Q. WINDES. ELBRIDOE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. ' JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. A. HORTON. JOHN A. COOKE, Clerk. CHAS. G.' NEELY. County Court. JUDGE ORRIN R. CARTER CLERK ....PHILIP KNOPF i Probate Court. JUDGE C C. KOHLSAAT CLERK A. O. COOPER SHERIFF JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY CHARLES S. DENEEN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. BnaBBnass m ft EAKINS, Attorney at Law, Suite 119 Hartford Building Tolephrno Express 0...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

t!?Tv W,i.T,.' TxIES OXXIOjAlO-O fiSAGHLiHi. tv j . If r i t the Cfctcato agle. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY IENRY F. DONOVAN. 4 Im4tpa4t PtHtaml Mvppi FttHtu ami Tnrtktak UlSOBPTfON RATES, 12 M PER YEAR awtam ill coxmmciTtoM to IBPJf P. MNOVAN, Esltor its Fretrkter, 4 TMtwta BslMlaf , t. B. coram WMBlagtoa XL and Fifth at. stared at the rwtofflce at Chloago, Mi, m cooad-oUu sttter. IU1 lnP LARGEST WEEKLY CIRCULATION IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. atand, atreet DEPARTMENT STORE LEGISLATION. Department store legislation will oc cupy considerable attention at Spring Held llils spring. Members of the Htnlticw Men's Aso elation, urpuilzed among tin iroirU tut 4 of the outlying small store, are all ready to push n hot cuisnde for the pits age of. the niitl-dcpnrtmcut stole hill Introduced In the Senate hy Senator Frederick l.tiiidlu. Joseph Schwab, of Chicago, Introdue ed the department more hill In the Honc. and although n Democrat, will probably have charge of the tight there, l.mutlti will push It i...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

W&&&& FJtW5l taftPJWwwg'fm ? owwtWi w.i. s'1''"'! THE OHIOAOO SAGLB. The First nauoam Bank... OfJBhicago. fiid-ii dpiuTsSMOOO Surplns, - - - $2,000,000 LTIAN J. GAGE, Mieit. JAS. B.'FORQAK, Vice President. RICHARD J. STREET, Casbier HOLIES HOOE, Asst. CashttT. FRAME E.BR0WN, 21 Asst. Caskier. All cUisei of high-grade Investment Bond bought ana sold. Accounts of Merchants. Banks, Bankers and Corpora tloiu solicited. Travelers' Circular Let ters ol Credit Issued, available in all Krts of the world. Commercial Credits mished fot use in Importation of Mer chandise from Foreign Countries. Trans fers by Cablt to the leading cities of Europe, Asia and Australia. CHICAGO Tiile&TrustGo Office on (he Mala Floor of lis Uulldlni, 100 WASHINGTON ST Illinois Trust ANH Savings Bank. Statement to the Auditor of Public Accounts at the Commencement of Business Sept, 1, 1896. RltOURCIS. . Bonds and Stocks 94,:) 11 ,747.81 Cash and Exchange. . . . 7.181.032.34 Demand Loans 'luim. 12...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

if!lj&toJQiPimLrw fthTi -Sffff SVSVSSF! I THM OHIOAOO EJJLGHjHJ. V i u hi h f p 'I u k n I i & ?u im h FOR THE EAGLE. 4 OfUtUit of Inn frta iUfmtktWwll Feast ef PtlttitaltCtmiiiirciil tni Qntral Irtelliiince ftr EaVe Readers. Bteassafclp Line Talked Of. Yonrxitrian Consul Ilrrtnan Mr-lnherd In authority for the ststrmciit thnt the UUiiwia Central tUllroiid. throticti it" Ken crnl freight anil pnssciiRrr ngent. (Icorpi K. finrr, I cnnsUlrrlng the establishment if a strnmshlp line between Xctv Orlcnns nml Yenezurlnti ports. The proponed lino would form n rt of tin rcRttlnr HllnoW tVntrnl system. Consul Meltilinril nnil Mr. I.nry hum acciimnlatril n miM of Ms uros In reference to the project. MIR 1'onr InlerontK and other Inrite eoncrrns In the Mississippi vnlley nro said to be Interested In the projet'l. President Fish of the Illinois Central say that he ha heard nothing of mien a plan holnjr eren talked of. "One eannot tell how thoe rumor stnrt." nald the railroad president. ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

n WV3i rc tiZtiwiii-H'-v'f"rpm? THBOHIOAOO B3 .A. O-L tt ' charming, picturesque, romantic beauty of the place which took my fancy so com pletely; nnd, once settled In n house, I am slow to move." "That Is n statement which affords me tho keenest pleasure," said my grand father, gallantly. "Hut, seriously, I think jou must bo n lady of nervo to " "Do you Imagine thnt I do not know tho tragedy which took place In Valley ford V" nsked 'ho visitor, turning to Aunt Hose with, her gracious, smile. "Oh, but Indeed 1 nm 'fully aware of It. Ah, I haro been trained to keep my nerve. My moth er and father dying when I wns a little Infant, left me to the care of relations, who were partly foreign; nnd otto of my cousins, n girl of nbout ten, committed the awful crlmo of murdering her step mother." "(Jood henvens!" said my grandfather, In tones of Incredulous horror. I felt, on a sudden, Icy cold, and would havo died to escape from the full, steady gazo of Lady do Wyntcr's beautiful eyes, which...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

a&&msssXfh&W& . -VK5 THE OHIOAQO E A. O I-i BJ . 4 5?JTSTeiJj 8 m "i ! lu l I" E b t? . i. r ;? i$ ' i r? U 1 K s- sK &. BFlV R r1 IP IB Mt I? f, ALWAYS Sold Freddy Vnnc: "I ntn awfully glnd to sec It rnln, lor now, b'gosli, I onn wear tny 520 mackintosh !' MJhleflgo Tribune. Tommy Oh, paw? Mr. Flgg-Wcllt 'How enn n solid fnct leak outi" In dlnnnpolls Jourunl. "Do you think tlmt nil matches nro Binde In heaven?" "1'csj except those iniKle at the neahore." JudBe. "Aren't you giving your boy dancing lessons at n very young ngoV "But ,wc Intend him for the army." I.lfe. Foak The way of the transgressor Is hard. Joak True: but the trouble It, It's generally linrd on somebody else Truth. Friend Do you always wait for In spiration before you write n poem? Author-No. I always need ten dol lars. Somervllle Journal. "Is the sail the only thing that guides a ship?" asked the green passenger. "No," said the mate. "There are rud dors." Indianapolis Journal. Ihr Father lias m...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

iwt s tv THE OHIOAOO HSjOLHI. I v rprivf -t t t-i. o-er it TTHE : FAIR : I! 1 TUB "machine" of one of the polit ical purtlea of Butto County was at work. The wheel-horses of the organisation were In executive ae atoa aud the mnnufacture of a "elate" for the ratification of tbo county cob Tentlon was In progress. Everything had been settled without friction up to certain point, hut here the making of Candida le cnnie to a full atop. Some ae must Iw selected to run for Super intendent of Hchooli. and some one else lit be found who was disinterested enough to stand for the place of County Surveyor, with tbo nominal emolu ments pertaining thereto. Thla latter problem was settled, nftcr a brief dis cussion, by the powcra Insisting that Al Wood, the Incumbent, who waa present, must stand tor re-election, whether he liked It or not: but a duly qualified can didate for Superintendent of Schools waa not ao easily found. Tbo man who had held that position for two years past had the bud taste ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 27 February 1897

?!5w5vb iO THE OHIOAaO B3A.01L,H3. " v L i ! I t I ;' I i. t i h .6 i !'. I KI& i B5 & W? ft I' ll' CUBAN WAR BEYIEW. TWO YEARS OF FIGHTING WITH LITTLE RESULT. History of the 1'rcneat Uprising Story of the Btormjr 1st it nil from Its Discovery Tonouraphlcal and Climatic Condition. A Land of Rebellion. Nearly two yenrs lime elnpscil dlncc tho Cubans iicelnrcd tlmt they woutd no longer endure tho yoke of Spain. Mil Horn ot dollar; hnvo liceu expended dur log that time, both in the maintenance of armies nud the destruction of the proper ty of the people of the war-swept island. 'Feb. 24, ISIKi, is the date upon which the Insurgents declared their Independ ence, nnd before the end of the month martial law had been proclaimed In Ha- OENEIIAI. JUAN nt'lZ ItlVKHA. vnnn, Jose Marti a placed at tho head of tho provisional government, and Ucn. Maximo Gomez had arrived In Cuba to begin operation!. The history of the Island runt coinci dent with our own, and It therefore Inter esting. C...

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