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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 20 March 1897

11 CSS9S JOHN A ORB, rntsiocNr. WILLIAM LCONER, viccpncs-.f.TPCAs. WILLIAM H. REHM, sceBCTAnr. -WIWE. TJjGJI-IXji, rroic3Lont. Ij. JS.. "EUJJSJTXILm, Vioo Pros, tfc "x-xoaa. REWERY (Ja XX. A. XVCTXIXXXXj, Secretary. ILLIAM RUEHL j t -' C4'0''y'!,rf " .-JPf j-rpty " '?v BREWING COMPANY 216 to 224 West 12th St., Chicago. Telephone Main 4082. W. Q. RUEHL, Manager Bottling Department. Brewery (J. Export eer Cor. Augusta&Paulina Sts. SluiCAGO TELEPHONE WEST S9. V U. S?A " THE CHICAGO HS-A.O-1-iES, MM MS Isl .ff?r.C f' , iJr-. ..fti? WjfjY I ilEw NfflWraiSSiDE WfmmtmTi m rt r JtKaiMllK3LafliaW5S f'tf ''h Hlv l'1 am l IfBaBaBaBaHTnLiAtEaaaBaBaBEBBaBaB Bbh frJHl I JUliflllPSafl&VLaEaBaLy .4 $? 4 RUDOLPH BRAND, Prti. aid Titn. O.EOR0E W. KELLNER, Vice Prei. AUSTIN J. DOYLE, General Maaajer. United States Brewing Co., BREWERS OF FINE LAGER BEER te:ie:ihone:s: Main Office, Harrison 706. Brand Branch, West 385. Bartholomac & Lcicht Branch, North ai6. Bartholo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 20 March 1897

w MjtNgwi nMimmmwuiwmw i.juwwwwimmriyw m mwy-"w TJT $rj uwm&jwt THE OHIOAOC EAGLE. sja v IE ftfc vu m W u I L.-U r it :. ii i f I a K P K MONEY to LOAN AT LOWEST RATES ON Inproved CMcap Real Estate. Of ltral luiieu Proierty FOB SALE. Af FEET, two blocks from the w Court House. Ons tenant. DoDlap Smith & Co.'s NEW CITY! Train leaves C. ft N. W. Depot, cornet Klntle and Wells Sts., at 1:30 p. sn. Sundays. FREE TICKETS AT THE DEPOT. CHICAGO PLAINES, Only JS minutes' ride. Two railroad station en tke property. Lots SIOO and Upward. Corner on Van JBuren St, near Halited, FOR SALE. WELL. RENTED. S IT OO CASH AMD 17.00 PER MONTH. Perfect Title. Complete Abstract iW aUaed each purchaser. istedi mm TO RENT! Now is the time to secure splendid houses, flats and stores in a beautiful, clean part of the city, accessible by electric cars, steam cars and Metro politan "L." road. For one year from the first of May I will rent any of the two-story frame with stone foundation ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

"W , X&t'2 v "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE," b - r rm . m . ,m l)iraijiori;aulr VOLUME XV. SEARS WILL BE The Best lodges Unite in Saying that He Cannot Be Beaten This Spring. People Do Not Want to See Wide-Open Gambling in Chicago Any More. Trade and Industry Should Be Given a Chance, but Criminals Should Not Rule. Wide-Open Hell-Holes Frighten the People So that They Won't Have Harrison. It is acknowledged Unit tlit'iv nro at leasi .",ti,( it hi mi'ii out of work In Chicago. Mr. Harrison. If Reeled Mayor, pro plIKCH til permit I lit' opclllllg of tlllCO thousand gambling liclls fur tlulr ben.lit. Tlil will bring them prosperity. If It does imt give them employment, nay tin Democratic managers. Stt. liumtli for wide-open Kamlilliit; U tin1 HunUoulnii Hhlldwleth. Hut stop a moment. If these mi'ii nro out nf employment, thf.v vjiii have no money. Therefore Hiey cannot gamble. Of what use, Therefore, 1 thu wldeiieii gambling policy to the 50,000 unemployed wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

Tj7S EETm'-mw u .,1 jw , y,yi ,ji.h n ,..yiwWPPpw WJ'JPP.WP'WInrvTu PHB OHIOAOO-ffiAOLE, rsa. I fir : it r v i! rr !' II' Li I & j It tf I P REELECT HULTBY. The AWc Alderman Ire Ike TwfBlysecond Wart Dcsencs a Re-election. He Is Indorsed by Every Newspaper in Chicago, and Is Bound to Win. Tlu in-oplo of tlif TwiMily-noooml Vnril will Ik ik'tvllct In tlu-lr luty to tin i-liy If Uuv fall 1 rt'-i'Uft Alilorinn n A. V. "Multliy. Ill' IS I'lt'illt. He N upright. Hi' ! nppnwlu. IIM'oiuidl ntiml iu'jk fur IlKflf. He W nptltxt tin' tMUr'. Mini tlio puift 1 nv'nln.t til tn. ltwitl wlmt the loiullntr CIiKiiko tlnll1 Kiy f liN iiiiiilliliu'y: 1'nmi the Clilrnco Itifonl (tilltorlnl): Alt. MMttiy'a Cn.e. 1'ltlr.i'tit who think mow of thi'lr own liitoivM mill tin' wolf.itv of itiuuklp.il jrmcrnmt'iit than tlny tin of rltii; poll-tli-liin.4 will li' ipikk to iH'i' tlmt AM. JlnltliyV mnillilavy In tin Twi-nty-mH-. utiil Wunl l rltflit In lttu with tin pflnilpli of linli'pi'iiik'iiw In i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

gflB OHIOAqo HIjAlOILiHI. i mm of cook chut. Superior Court Judges. fO B. OART, OhlefJtMtle. JONAi HUTCHINiON. HENRY M. SHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOOGIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. JOHN A. LINN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judge M F..TULEY, Chief Justice. A. N. WATERMAN. R. S..TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMa R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE THOMAS O. WINDES. ELBRIDOE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. A HORTON. JOHN A. COOKE, Clerk. CHAS. G. NEELY. County Court. XJDGrE. ....... . ..a.. . .. . ....iORRIN R. GARTER CLERK. .. PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. JUDGE C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK A. O. COOPER HERIFF JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY CHARLES S. DENEEN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. LEADING MEIERS OF TI BAR m. c. mm, Attorney at Law, Suite 119 Hartford Building Tetcphcn Express 072. CHICAGO. - ILL,. JOHN R. PARKER, Attorney at Law. NEW YORK L1FB IUIL0IN0, u suf ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

-' '-'' -""" ' " ' " "' ""w ,'", ' '.w- 7-r-rr'kw ) -. ja.v. i j . . M.w';.-a, y-o"vr;v'pni!.'"?fTg'.y'j;;"w' "".Jl ,,iiMiM)iwiii'MiMiiMiWtiW.i,,,.J)iiii w rrW!"'':t",r,nT'' WtW.'Wr'"1,,- w. ,.kvJ( -! .'-.. U "WWPWBIBill THB OHIQAQO DAQLB. J r ik .4 Cf, II . s. i. H ff t i I - i? J T ffc ;; 1' ti I li i t : it 7' i' llv ,.i s 1 ., 4 ?. 1 i . IK t tlje l)icaoo ijajle. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -nvHENRY F. DONOVAN. 4 a Independent Potltlcml Kewtpaper, Fearless and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2 C PER YEAR it'MlM ALL CUUHlSU'iTtOM TO E.NRY P. DONOVAN, Editor nd Proprietor, Teutonic Bslldlng, S. C. Corner Washington St. and Fifth Aw. Entered st tlio FotoQlco at Chicago, Illinois, a second-class nutter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. TUt! V.igo can be ordered at Charles tlacdouald & Co.' literary emporium ml book store, ft." Washington street, L. It. Jackson's periodical and news depot. 1)5 Clark street. Uobt. H. Hurke's book, stationery, perlmllcal mid uowspapcr depot, 340 Dlv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

' T F"AV"t amsn,n,t TKB OHIOAOO 23 A. O- 31. 3U . u CHICAGO Title&TrustGo Office on the Miln' Floor of lu Bnlldlar, 300 WASHINGTON ST CAPITAL $1,500,000 'Security Fund with State Auditor 200,000 In autlmrlzed by the Hints of Illinois nnd by all court to net a i 'Administrator, Executor! Receiver, As .signec, Quttitn, Coaservator and Trustee ; Transacts a General Trait Baslaiss, Maintain Jdi Strictly Ceafldoa tlal fylat'orj 'with lAtttfi conco.'nMj tii'Jtcj ccntetencot wit!Mtoniry anil othort lint Iiir trust husliiptit kerns ltrut luniUnml mist InvcutmenW SEPARATE 'irnm CioassptloriliocomiKinyi RBCBIPTSFOR WILLS hikI kw thorn Mfi'ly WITHOUT CHAKUC. MhVmi ABSTRACTS OP TITLE to tr-nlcitnto trllii tin) crcntost riroiiittn"M nml iirruripv, lis 'rrrMfifiites In wlilc'i liii'lmlo nil CONrlRMCD "SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS) nml for h rrnsonnbln lireii.liim INSUKBS IITLBStorrnlntnte In Cook ('oiir.ty, Miuuls,fortiiobeneflto( tlioownon or liintttHrcs. The Company owns In fro tlio land and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

'TPinTOWT.J'HTSITTr MV'WVW. ?V A5 A' '"la,t5 THB OHIOAOC EJJLCHjHI. MM 'IT I lt & 1 M iK ti V Y : M '' ;r u F it ,, 1 II )V f FOR THE EAGLE. A Collation o! Rows froi All 0? er the World. Feast of Political, Commercial and Geaeral Intelligence for Eagle Readers. I'nuiiCH I lie Senate. The nnll-iU'pnrtuu'tit !tmi 1111 inured tln IllltuiWi Somite Wfiliicmliiy. Tbo vote wns 'III to 4. with 7 itu'iuhcr iilm-iit or roftuluc to ute. 'I'lu' four tin'inlicr upon )y prott.tlnt. UKiiltist the tiuivnro fcre llnxttr, Chiiiuiitti, Ilnmilton nml MeCloml. A miuilur who voted for It lil ro under protest, wnylnir they lielleed It to lie imeoiiMltttttuliiil, Imt were wIIIIiik to let It co to the mart. Setinlor HiiMrr untile a Kpeeeh tik'itltiHt the hill. He tie I'tnreil Midi lfpNliitlon to lie iiixniliwt the fplrlt of nil iiilviiiieeiueiit. The ilepnrtlimit xtore. he iiltl, ti the iintiirnl pm duet of eeolioinh'iit eoiulltloti. ltv. lie rnli!, mi e.Mitiipte of the iiiilwrniil tendency liiu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

ft -V ' THE OHIOAGO HJO-LEL. - i ' . N CIIArTKIt I. Tho town of Mkklothwnytp wns rlsinjr oikI thriving. TIhto wito Knlulirloim KprlngK. which nn pntcriirlsliii: doctor hml lately limtiitht Into liotlco. The firm of UrwmYnf & Dntlnn nininifni-tiirvil innliri'lln In Inrgc fiuntitltlcx. from (ho tttotit 'wntlier-proof family roof ilown to the tlnltiticnt frincnl toy of n pnmsol. TIhto wr-ro n Cliilld llnll ii ml a hiimlmiiiiu Corn Market. It wan (lie nftprnoon of n miiiiiiut lny which hml been very hot. The eluilr rni lice wn Just uvrr. mill the hoys t-imie out trooping nnil ehnttiTlng: very mmill our they were: for nn noon im they hrgun to ping tolernlily they were mire to try to get Into the choir of the old church, which lintl n foundation Unit fed, clotheil, tniiBht 'nnil finally npiu-cntlccil them. Ueli nil eiimo the intcleiiH or the eholr-a slim. fnlr-hnlrcd youth of twenty: n "put. pro-i-lo, WplMrlinmeil ninn, closely hIiiivvii. with Mooplng idioiilitcr. nt lenst fif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

V7 Srt ffniiiiSfJV WM B THE OHIOAQO !H3 .A. O Hi S3 . sJijtsh ,rtjzpb&f,&,rti,r-j tv?ET?Wt in : Mf & ALWAYS Hi Msli for tloworn nnd birds that sing Swrt iictc of crnnl ploo; It k!s long wcokt t gentle jprina; Tin wnl w 111 lnt but tlireo. - Wnshli-Kioii Stnr. "What U your new girl'- name?" "I call her 'Hrooklyn. Why" "Slio tuiiashes so many plates." Cleveland l'Ulu Dealer. Prospective Suitor "Sir, 1 love your ri.-tngutpr." Her l'nthor "Well, don't come to mo with your troubles." ltiiwhlyn Life. First Tramp I li'leevo ile Indian, c.tt. dop. Secoiul Tramp Do they? Well, lieu. 1M like ter put doni outer uonie Oops I know. ruck, A Premature Demanil. The Footpad Yer money or yer life! The Count Hut but, s.ilr, 1 shall not married bo until so next month. Puck. Tho Industrious workman's Angers r.ilrly flew. Ittit what else could he luve expected? Tho saw was run jiliit; at full speed. Inc'.lnnnpolls Journal. Itniwn "Jones doesn't forgot his Alma Mntor." ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

rrfis,-T f i, i -f, 'rti,' t?rapr".triitjrfTT"sffT:' f'."VV'Jff ? THE! OHIOAOO BAOLE rat. : WHEN YOU h 'i i 'wii! iihbv HON. DENNIS The Next Supervisor of the IVw men iv bettor known or bettor liked In Chicago thnn Dennis Comb dine. Ho is nn old-time printer who lii'lil down n ease hi tin- dully newspaper otHvvt r this elly for ninny yours. In public life lie Iiiim nlwnys been n credit to the city mid his nnine Is with out e. blemish. When Mr. Cousl Hue wns Supervisor of the West Town liefore, he hud In his ofllclnl Mseslon over .ltUWO of to,wn funds. Kvery eciit of this wns tnriu'd over to his succes y, r H1h r3BBHHK3BiBB aalBBnid' .L i.0aBBHBBaBBBBBBBBBBSSkSSSSSSSS ap!K ,bW aW- M HON. GEORGE DUDDLESTON, The Next Aldoiman ficm the Eloventh Ward. It i ( BKft. v ,BBBK ".S(S V'X v7 BLHQlKaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaav BaH! f &k" . HON. JAtyES J. GRAY, Demooratis Candidate for North Town Ataetacr. r . ' . i CONSIDINE, Town ot WeBt Chicego. sor the very dny that the littler took his ol...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

&&mi,v. J.O THE OHIOAQO' ACbtfLeXD. i'ry HELP TO HUMANITY. THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF THE FORWARD MOVEMENT. Organization that Is Doing Much to Improve the Condition of the Poor In the Cnnucatetl nml t'orcrtyHldden Districts of Chicago. Seeks to Ilntilnh Hqunlor, Ctitetcii rorrmpomlMice! Tho Forward Movement recently celebrated Its third anniversary at tho hndiu.irtcrs of tho association on West Harrison street, till city. Addresses were made and exhibitions given by pupil of the different clnssos. The Forward Movement U one of tho most comprehensive nnd pu".IIoplnc social movement now being curried on -In till great and wicked Western metropolis. The association's object, ns stated In Its charter, Is to Investigate nd Improve the physical, social, Intel- clubs of Rlrls or boys. On Wednesday nights of each week there Is a citizens' meeting, at which matters pertaining to the welfare of tho community aro illsciKscd. On Friday night there Is a religious meeting, and o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

jpy vv-' vw s'iti wwiiiiii"i(','f"jj t-jj"'v'j?iy THE OHIOAOO EAQLE 11 a if Z2OSlc9LOXXt. a rf MJ JOHN A ORB, PRISIOCNT. MMJM MS? Ms1 WILLIAM LEONER, viecpRES.T0eA1 C WILLIAM H.REHM, secPETMr. sKHl 1 i llIilHmfli9 wSPkfSide M sag SnPK&aMHEBEflt "- -: nSMHBHr ffl L IflBVERaflBEEEw i nM pp ?7 ''IDIILWtn T u. Export Beef Cor. Augusta & Paulina Sts. fwiCAGO TELEPHONE WEST 129. Va U?S?A RUDOLPH BRAND, Pres. ami Treat. QEOROE W. KELLNER, Vice Pres. AUSTIN J. DOYLE, Oeaeral Maiafer. - United States Brewing Co., BREWERS OF FINE LAGER BEER. e:ie:imoisie:s: Main Office, Harrison 706. Brand Branch, West 285. Bartholomtc & Lclcht Branch, North ai6. Bartholomae & Roeslng Branch, Main 4079. Ernst Brothers Branch, North 405. K. Q. Schmidt Branch, North 409. Val Blatz Chicago Branch, Main 4357. Keeley Brewing Co., BREWERS OP LAGER BEER. Foot of Twenty-eighth St. and Groveland Park Ave:, JAMES H. HILDRETH, Pros. FRANK LEDERER, Sec. ERNEST HUMMEL, Treat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 27 March 1897

ia THE OHIOAOO 2.0XjZ3. SJE 'i Lii.'..-.iAi TO RENT! Now is the time to secure splendid houses, Hats and stores in a beautiful, clean part of the city, accessible by electric cars, steam cars and Metro politan "L" road. For one year from the first of May I will rent any of the two-story frame with stone foundation houses on Humboldt avenue, just north of Diversey avenue, at the very low fig ure of $10 per month. These are finished in oak down stairs and Georgia pine up stairs, all improvements, and good modern plumbing. Also ' good brick stores for $12 per month, and elegant new six-room flats for $12 per month. To appreciate this property see it. It is the best for the money in Chicago. R. C. GIVINS, Room 815, 100 Washington St. Branch office open all day. Corner Diversey and California avenues. WU, D. KERFOOT. OEO. BIRKHOFF, JR. Wm. D. Kerfoot & Co., 85 Washington Street, N. W. COR. WASHINGTON AND DEARBORN STS, OHIOAOO. Real Estate. Lran & Fiuancial Aputs S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 April 1897

y!ffffvv7fffw 5Wp3aTVA"' SMtf? I ttRVViSM VOLUME XV. MRS a Good Prophets Do Not See How He Can Fall to Be Next Mayor. The Wide-Open Gambling Policy of Harri son Is Driving Thousands of Votes Away. Workingmen Have Nothing in Common with Blacklegs, and Refuse to Support Their Friend. General Gossip of the Campaign from the . Various Camps and Something About Candidates. The clod Ion Ik utmost upon us, mill nil slgiiK point to the triumph of Judge Sen I In tin! Mayoralty Unlit. 111k nuijorlly will not lie largo, but It will Ito largo enough. The opposition Ik very much divided, mill Harrison ban nothing like I ho xollil Democratic Hiipport that ho expected to have. IIIk only veil anco Ih upon tho vote which Harlan will receive Mr. Harrison unit his friends forgot that Harlan will draw almost iik heavily from tho Democrats iik from the Hopublicans. The km iik' mirroiiudlng HiiitIhoii will keep llfty thousand leinocratK at home, 111 lieutenants expect, however, to mIii on tills wide-open...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 April 1897

Vi'V-"" - -""tim t j p-rntten rifff 'Wr srr rHB OHIOAGO SQJLGHjBI RE-ELECT MALTBY. The AMf Alderman from the Twentymmi Ward Deserves a Re-election. H Is Indorsed by Every Newspaper in Chicago, and Is Bound to Win. The people of the Twenty-second Ward will le derelict In their duty to the city If tliey fall to re-elect Alderman A. W. "Maltby. He is clean. He 1 upright. He 1m oggrelve. lila Conucll record speaks for Itself. He In against the gang, nud the gang Is against I1I111. Head whnt the leading Chicago dallies say of his candidacy: From the Chicago Hoeord (editorial): AM. Mnttby'a Cntc. Citizens who think nunc of their own Interests mid the welfare of municipal government than they do of ring wticlatm will lie quick to see that Aid. Maltby'H candidacy la the Twenty-second Ward Is right la Hue with the principle of Independence la municipal affairs. Mr. Maltby while In the Council has made nn excellent record. He has voted steadfastly for the public Interests nud aligned himself ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 April 1897

ITIsKwfj!!'!!??!!'.?''!!!'' u nflaaaaSSai m uit of Superior Court Judges. 4Q. E. GARY, Chief JutlM. JONAI HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. SHEPARD. WILLIAM Gk EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES QOQGIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. FARLIN Q. BALL. JOHN A. LINN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. II F. TULEY, Chief Justice. A N. WATERMAN. R S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. R. W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE THOMAS G. WINDES. ELBRIDGE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. ' JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. O. A HORTON. JOHN A. COOKE, Clerk. OHAS. G. NEELY. , County Court. JUDGE i ORRIN R GARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. JUDGE C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK A O. COOPER 1HERIFF JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY CHARLES S. DENEEN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E.J. MAGERSTADT. MI i OF THE BAR I U A Ki 111. V. 11 0. Attorney at Law, Suite 119 Hartford Building Tolephcnn Express 572. omcAOso. - - ii-i... JOHN R. PARKER, Attorney at Law. NEW VORJC UFB lUILDINO. RaattKUsu.. Chicag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 April 1897

THEOHIOAQO 33 A. G 3Li B3 . Ilje l)tcaoo tfaolt. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. Aa Independent Politics! Sewspgper, FeMrles$ Mad Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2 09 PER YEAR IDtlCU ILL COMMVMCATIOM TO ENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor aid PrcprltUr, S04 Teutonic Building, a. E. Comer Washington St. anil Fifth Ate. Intered at the PostoWce at Chicago, HU otj, as secoml-clxi siattcr. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICk. The Eagle can lia ordered nt Charles Macdonuld & Co.'s literary emporium and book ..tore. 55 Washington street, J,. U. Jackson's periodical and hows depot, 05 Clark street, Itolit. i:. Burke's book, stationery, periodical uud newspaper depot, 40 Division street, Skcrninn Home news stand, rainier Home news stand, Trutnout House news stand, Security Building news 8outliea-t corner of Madison stand, Htl'UUt and Fifth, avenue. Tin; Eagle can alxo be ordered ftt tbo following news depot: Aekerninn Martin It.. 1504 Milwaukee nr. Arnold Frank. 2ikSO X. Ashland a'. AiiHtln...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 April 1897

f-Tr.''-",'t''7rr-',vi. ri"' nlrA-!,fi7TSK'!Tfr-i'.f tj;-. ,i Vi '-" 4 t .jtv tTT- "" '"' "''1 ' 4PJTsffMFiit-.'' V "'' - ( ii-r"f ) fin VW!J?'7?95'5'- "lfltJKI CHICAGO Title&TrustCo Olllcc on the Main llojr ot Hi Building, 100 WASHINGTON ST CAPITAL $1,500,000 Security Fund with State Auditor 200,000 liaulliorUdlliytlMXtiM n( Illinois nnd by nil . c.Kitti tnUu. Administrator, Executor, Receiver, As jl?nee, asara'laii, Conservator and Trustee ; Transacts a Qtneral Trust Business, Maintain iof Strictly Confidential Relations with jinrtiM concorno Is Intlto con'oronco. rlili ntlrniy ml other lint lrm trim lmiltir: k,-i trim run It ami mut inwmmcnt shPavatH ?.'.". 'u w'ltionhocoininiiyi RECEIPTS h'OM CMAKon"" " '"' ,'"t',y W,TH0UT MJ'1, ABSTRACTS OP TITLE to real entile Mlljlhouri'itoit iirouiiifM ami nonirinr. It ii-"ii i ' il"'1"1" Bl1 VunirlKnllsll THE OHIO'i.6a BAOL Savings Bank. Illinois Trust Fort Dearborn sttsas National Bank of Chicago. U. S. Government Depository. n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 3 April 1897

-' iswv5v$assss tMSS THH OHIOAOO B2 .A. G j B . .t ! I IV I' . I;) If ; 1 :i If FOR THE EAGLE. A Collation of News from All Over tbe World. Feast of Political, Commercial and Geaeral Intelligence for Eagle Readers. Trnln In the Snow Drift. Tin- Wjomtiii; liltxriinl cuiithninl nil Tiu'wla.v nlulit. TUo stri-els of Clii'jcinii' vtvtv nil piled full of nov. A tliuiti'li iis: All I'litoii 1'acltlo frclu'lit tiiilm wn nliiiiiilniK'd mid iiivnt:or iraiiM uri- In ii liml tilllit. The iruln which left lViiriT at,-! oVIm-U liui'iuuc striuiilt'it in u Mi. drift half u mile tnt of the t'lu-y-rniie depot. Tito llwrliiuiM-'lyt'r stm-k In the snow tit llllldiile. twenty miles eat of the eity. mid the eatdiotllid II) er v:im tied up nt lted ltiitte. near Laramie, iiinihle to elhnh Slieriiian Mountain. The west. Immul llyer from Cheyetme win nlxo nliaiidotied. The bltf rotary plow worked till day and tip to midnight, hut even thfet lieeanie mkiWiiI up and utinble to htip the road opcll. All Colorad...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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