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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

iavAfcs mmvwSt SI m VOLUME IX. FOR GOOD TOWS OFFICERS. 1 General Demand for the Election of Honest and Upright Hen This Spring. Watson Ruddy Out of tho Raco in tho Twonty-fourth Ward for Mdorman. Gossip from All of the Wards of Chicago in Relation to Coming Battles. Tho town campaigns aro now In full swing, and within a week or so both parties will have mado their choice of town officials and placed their nominees In tho field. The dates of tho Democratic town primaries and conventions have been fixed as follows: West Town Primaries on March 14; convention March IS, at 10 a. m. North Town Primaries March 15; convention March 10, at 10 a. tu. South Town Primaries March 10; convention March 17, at 10 a. m. Lake View Convention March 10, at 8 p. m.; delegates to be selected by the ward organizations. Lake Primaries March 15; con Tention March 10 at 8 p. m. Tho Republicans have fixed the dates for their town conventions u day earlier. There is a plentiful supply of candidates on both si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHIO-A.OO EAGLE. I State Ontral CommlttaM. BIPUBLICAS. Sad,nartT-Chlcas;o. alrmacW. II. Clark. gcrtary T. N. Jamlon. Treasurer-K. U. Keltb. At Lim-Kdward II. Mortis, Chicago; lionsten Rlnclcton, Dtcatur. District. 1 -.. T.K.Jaml on, Chicago t iuat l. Monunan, Chicago S Jamea II. linrkt, Chicago Jame 1'caae, Chicago W. H. Krailsr, Aurora Oco.8. lloper, Itockford J. K.UtUy.ttrlla I Tho. C. Pnlttrton, Ottawa ff. ....... ... ... J. II. wllann. Iflrkmsn 10 1. C. Kdward, Peoria 11 W. II. llalnlln. Mteomb a ....A. 1. Orout. Wlncheiter I Lincoln Dubois, H rlngneld W. R Calhoun, Decatur 11 Jamea II. Clark. Mat toon 1 A. It. Jone, lloblnson IT ...,....D. M.Clark, Vandalla U J. II. MtaMck, Kaat Ht. I.onla 1 Jamea H. .Martin. Halcm It V. C. H. Hhea, Marlon DEMOCRATIC. Headquarter Chlcaco. Chalrman-Dcloa 1. Phelps. Rsctstary Theo. Nelnn. TttMurft W. II. Urlntoa. At Lars Dcloa I. 1'lielim, Monmouth: BamMl B. Cbaae, Cblcajo; J. I. Mahony, Chicago: Thoma Italian Cblcaxo: l C. II .ley. Jolttt; F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OKIOAO-O EAGLE. JUDICIARY OF COOK COUNTY. Superior Court Judges. JOS. E. GARY, Chief Justice, HENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE STEPHEN D. Circuit Court Judges. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. AMUEL P. MoCONNELL. It S. TUTHILL. It W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK HERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, .AT LA.W. 1202 A8HLAND BLOCK, Chicago. TinFKoxt Maim tin. DAVID SULLIVAN, A.T LAW. 87 Washington Street, djtatea Kipreae BuUdlag. I OHIOAGO, M. J. DUNNE. AT LAW. loom 302, Cbicaio Opera House BUi, Clark and Washlugtoa Sts., .CMICAWO. PECKHAM& BROWN, Attorneys and Counselor AT XiA"W. 617 First National Bank Bnildins, OHIOAGO. fjelephone Connection. BiMIDOI HANICV. HANECY sioiisi r. mimmck. MERRICK, Attorneys and Counselors. 108 DEARBORN STREET, Rooms 11-13, Imtwiin OHIOAOO. LOUIS KISTLER. Attorney and Counselor AT LAW. 36 La ..Str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. l)c Chicago Cffagle rnuawxv xvxby tATtnuDAT -tHENRY F. DONOVAN. 4b Independent Political Nawepaparj Fearless and. Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. address all communications to HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor nnd Proprietor, 111 Fifth Avenue. Kntered at the PostofBca at Chleaio, M second-clan matter. in. lain in tho city aid county of any paper THE STA7E CAMPAIGN OF 1894. licforc the municipal campaign has been gotten well under way, the State fall campaign has been fairly launched and the political pot Is now simmering merrily. Last week was marked by two notable political conferences In this city. These were the meetings of the Democratic State Central and the Republican State Central Executive Committees. The former fixed June l!7 as the dato for the State Democratic convention, and tho latter called a meetlug of the General Republican Central Committee for April 10 and tlxcd tho same date for the holding of a great Republican "love feast," for the purpos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

Nt THE OHIO.A.GJ-0 EAQI-iB. m. VI i a 1 AGE AND MARRIAGE. tho Olrl of To-lUy Dom Not Wod Cntlt Mlin l Ncircr 'J.1 Tluin 18. Tlio observant mortal must ccr. talnly havo noticed among Tthcr things that tho marrying woman of to-day aefcr.4 her wedding until a much moro advanced season In llfo than did her grandmother or even tho girls of a decado ago, says tho Philadelphia Times. Tho question arises: What Is tho causo of this putting off that tlmo so many do claro Is tho end of all women's exist ence? Tertian mothers aro moro sonslblo In thesu days and tho young daughter Is not thrown upon tho world, cither in a social or moro workaday fashion until shn has had a thorough, school Ing, which means In theso days of Ions term? ' communion with books until sho is over twenty-one. Tho girl hers It may bo wiser in her day and generation and realize that gay etlcs and t o happy-go-lucky exist enco before niarrln.ro must of necessity come to an end when sho Is led to the altar. Then, again, th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

6 THE OHIOAO-O E .A. Gh JLi E FOR THE EAGLE, Collation of News from All Over the World. A Feist of Political, Connrclil art It irti Intilllgeact, Thomthly Slttii tor Eitli Readers. mo rust: at mumvooi. ( West t'ltrtl'Ht r the llty ItrstrojrrU-t.uss (lcr St.lU.OOO. i I'lro broke out lu I'ondwooil. P. I).. lon I i1r.y tuotnliig at C o'clock In Kiisliolrt's ..iloou ntul destroy uil nil tluit luut of tlio city lyltts between tlio tcntor of Main i street and Clilnnlomi. No wind wn blow ! Int nt tlio tlmo or tlio whole, city would he boon dotroycd. As It Is, tlio best lortlon of tlio tilnco Is In ruin. Tlio luii nt nm 2I1 cMliu Ho will reach ovor Sl.lu.OOO. Dements. Wlinlcn llrnvc, Stnrr & Will lock, Unities A. Hutu nml (lib IHnrio & Co, are tho heaviest sufferer. Tlie firemen coined to knvo no conirol of It from tlio fact that It originated In a frutno structurn built of roujjli plno nnd tlio headway It mailo ' iipp.illltiv. Tho Insurance, wilt not exceed 825,000....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHIO-A.0-0 E .A. O-Li ES . FOR Till: EAGLE, Collation of News from All Over the World. -F?:Uf Political, Commercial and 6titral Intelligence Thoroyghlj Slftii for Eitli Readers. Four Ornrrll Mntrmrnt. Prof. Harrington. Chief of tlio Weather llt'.tcau. lias ulnllti-d to tho Secretary of Agriculture tlic result nf hi lmollii tlon of the current-mf tlic grout lnWu covering tlio Mitnmvr unson of I'M mid ISO It wo found Impo'tlllo to innko tiny vatunbto deduction from bottles floated In tlio iiutiltnii. It win necrtallied tlmt thurc nro four gencrnl currents to lio ob'Otvcil In nil tlio lukcstho outllon townrd tlio outtot of tlio lakes: 11 continuous current aJTvctlnj tlio cnttro inns of wnter rind tirocoiiltn? slowly vlth n reactionary How, roultteip In mora or lcs of a circular current nround tlio inkei urfuccnrrcnt due to prevailing wlad mid coml.tln of u mass of wutor driven beforo tlio wlml nnd Including nlo n return or reactionary current caused by the How Into dentlis tnnilo n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHIO-A-Gr-O EAGLE iM Xm" 'nssiBBsae' fe:iiai3l Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison and llnlstcd Sts., Chicago. C. W. Seneco. A. W. King. SENECO & RING, SeiAaflttsflsliiBBBBBV -FINE- Boots & Shoes 177 and 179 Dearborn Street, Commercial Xiil'l Hank Hldg., cnicaao,, - Illinois. THE BE A SOys. ffonr bablclny In their crmlle new Bcginnlnir to think nt "Wlint shall I do the world to brighten mid beautify." Tho Sprlug bnby llrM, said, "Let tue try." So she put on a drcs of frclict areon, With trimmings tin- loveliest ever ecn Trlmmlnns of ttillpo ntid hyacinths rnro (tad trailing nrbtttus looped everywhere. How perfectly henutlful," Summer until; Dut wait till you see my dress of red And darker ftreen with koIiIuii upots, Trimmed with roses and pinks mid forget- me-nots." "Poohl" wild Autumn, "my dress will he A more substantial one, you'll fee; With skirt of finest mid yellowest whent, A girdle ot grapes mid squash turban neat." ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHIOAQO E .A. O-iLi Ei . i !&- r P: . iy . r II ' V . FRE:iIA33L Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. 3Iadison C. W. Seneco. SENECO cnicacro, ft UtLBAM 1, ELVildfllHlk F. WMZi & CO, Real Estate. 113 Wnt Division Stmt, JAS. LOWELLS CO General Contractors ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF WORE. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO. TAXES ARE NOW DUE!' The State, County, Town, City, Drainage and South Park Taxes for the Year 1803 are now due and payable at my office, Northwest Corner Monroe Street and Michigan Avenue. By paying your taxea to the TOWN COLLECTOR It Is a direct benefit to you, as TWO PER CENT, ot all such collections goes into the Town Treasury, to be used Bololy'for Town Expenses. S. C. MILLER, Collector Town of South Chicago. OFFIOE.-N. W. Cor. Monroe St. & Michigan Av. TAXES ARE The State, County, Town, City, Drainage and Lincoln Park Taxes for the Year 1893 are now due and payable at my office, No. 259 NORTH CLARK STRE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHIOlG-O EAGLE, LEADS A PLAIN LIFE. SOMETHING OF THE HABITS OF P. D. ARMOUR. t'hUy Without OMentttlon Th l'utdtii f KjktXf ltllng Ariitlrrit on n l'nrm Mill! Clinic to lllm-t)tr Not lt Cure Wo rt j Mm. A Slmi'lr .MltllonAlrr. In a recent number of McClurc' 3luir:t:luc Arthur Warren writes cry Interestingly of Philip 1. Armour, one of the most phllantbropleal mill ionntrc in America. Armour lit In every way a large man, savstlic writer, large In build, In mind ami In nature. He Is nearly six feet high and with a kind of stately bulk that turn the scales at something like iViO pound. He moves easily but he thinks In llahos. He has the sluing est and at the same time the sweetft face that I have eersecnlna matt. His voice Is kindly In Its tone and low: and while his even twinkle mid around them are the lines of yood humor, there is in them all the .-hrewdne!"", all the searching quality th.it you can Imagine a man of his record to posse-.. They are the eyes of an alnalyst of human ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHIOAGO B3 -A. O-Xj Hi i y IS TOO GOOD A IAN. Only Argument Brought Against too Candidacy of Ex-State's Attorney Lonpecto, Will Hat Him for AlcUrman. The center of the hottest political activity this spring Is the Thirtysecond "Ward, the breeding ground of Republican statcsmcn,all of whom nre taking part In the fight between ox-Stnto's Attorney Joel M. Longc occkcr and Aid. Mann, for tho aidermanic nomination. As tho fight for tho election will bo over with tho end of tho ltcpublleat. primaries, both candidates arc putting In full tlmo now, and tho raco Is a pretty one. As Judge Longcncckcr Is ono of the most popular men In tho ward and tho majority of Hepublicans of inllucnco aro tooting his horn his nomination seems to bo certain, but Aid. Mann is putting up n fight hard enough to mako It interesting. Ho Is not rolylng entirely on homo comforts, but has had Aid. O'Neill, of tho Thirty -fourth Ward, - iMl tFJM SSHbBHBi .a, I jw - ' .ii M MR, LEOPOLD MOSS. Mr. Leopold Moss, who ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHICAQO EAQLE. The P. Scboenhofen Brewing Co. EXPORT ElttiLWEISS HOFMtAU. Salvator? Cggffl tate Streeti " iiUptmilMS vtmmurmtuk j io il SmYtii'M'i i'i ialiffivff ' i ail Er mmJ&Bm910BmBUBJBKHtmmm-amtBmmm . 182 S Otrmer Canalport Avenne and Eighteenth St, Chlcag TELEPHONE CANAL 9. J. A. BARTINE, Prop. II Open Day and Night, If THE PUCK Restaurant and Buffet. Management and Appurtenances Entirely New. Newly Fitted Throughout Private Dining Rooms for Ladies and Small Parties. N. E. Cor. Randolph and Dearborn Sts., UNDER REAL ESTATE SUILDINO. LAKE VIEW HEADQUARTERS! FRANK A. BAER, Sample Room. 1341 North Clark St., comer Dewey Ct. Hotel "Pilsen. RESTAURANT AND BUFFET. 55 VOITA & STAINER, Prop'rs, 110 imI 112 East WathlHgtM St., Mar UN h,, Ghlaagti M. SABLICH. P. P. PENOVICH. B. J, REILLY, Manager. Internationa D r'avmon FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AGENT J. U. Cotter Old neaetre, IMI I0.0O J. H. CutUr Pan Old Bye, me 4.00 J, H. Cotter Bourbon, 181T 3.00 W. H...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHIOAOO HSA.O-1-iHJ. 11 coXMfllljI imTMAt IBmI Mb MMMfVMv MMv pMh MMMMBmII -. fy II F Mi'M MMWMVTMaH firMWvSH?1 "iSsiCMlMBSSMMMKSfiBM lyMjuMMaWMunVflMMM (rMMMM2iBl9VMl JflMMMMKMMKMMMMPT'MMK; iMjMfMMMvMMMMMMMVIMHkBh! MMwt iEHVmmmmmHmmwAHIIIBI j9J,jMflMJMjE,3 'rw-wtwr -BsP'ai u BREWER If THE KIT MALT AM 14 In Kf MMl tUokeM WMt 1M. August Maritzen, Architect aM Engineer Brewers am mhimib Oflee, looms 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, No. 177 La Hallo St., Cor. Monroe, Ttlephon 1633, EMsirnK's WEISS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. TlH US Mil-wa-uJs.ee, "Wis. OFFICE D CHICAGO, Onion and Erie Streets. vxi: BOTTLDIG DEPiRTMERT, 29 f est Ohio Street Tift 4112. MM1H AEitomukm, Wis. HENRY UIHLEIN, Prssldsnt ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent Annual Capaolty, 600,000 Barrels. SCHLITZ BRAU Now appean the latest and best product of the celebrate) Joseph Schhtz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadi Barley Malt and Finest Bohemian Hops. EDWARD UIHLEIN. Manager, Chicago, CORNER UNIO...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 March 1894

THE OHIOAQO EJ A. O-Li El . HARTLEY For 17 Years it 309 Madison St Successor to jRAND, 210 ai 212 WaHasI At, MY OLD PATRONS will rrcoitnlzc the abovo picture. Aail I wih to ailvlc them that I hare tmtchnncd llltAXl'8 MAUNIFICKST STl'IUO, 510 nnit 212 Wbih Av., where I will continue to make the finest CAIIINKT8 tor fa. 00 rcrdoicn that man can produce. PERMANENT LIFE-SIZE CRAYONS With One Dozen Cabinets. We think we hire the flnet and mot com plctc riiotOiirai'hlo Htudlo In America, and cordially Invito lnic tlon. It you havo a leisure hour you cannot vpend It more enjoyably than In looking through our Studio, where you are always welcome. Open eviry day. Including Sunday. We hare the beat and most complete Bsort ment o( LKNSES that money can purchase, the very beat and highest-priced Artist obtainable, and we use nothing in our productions but the very beat material. Cotilnet from 400,000 of llrniii.'a f0 flfl Old Nrnatlrn, per iloien iUU ta 3 r -33 -35 37 a CLARK ST. GO f?. LAKE 8T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 March 1894

- f jrw "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME IX. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1894-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 232. n4bS-"M 7 ILL REM J THE RICE. Both Parties Hare Named Their Candidates for Town Offices and Aldermanic Honors. In Somi of flit Wards Vtry Hot Woro Wagid to tho Finish. And There Will Be Many Independent Candidates to Garry Their Case to the Polls. Tho Democrats nrc rapidly putting tholr candidates In tho Hold for tho aldcriuanlc election. David Deist wus chosen tho Demo- ' crntlc nomlnco for Alderman of tho Fifth Ward Tuesday. Tlio nomination wart mado by a direct vote, no convention being hold. Deist re ceived ,:ii(l votes, John Jacktuan reeclved 374 votes and Frank Doubek :IG0 ballots. Thero was but ono poll, ing placo and Deist was declared tho regular nominee. William T. Maypole wus nominated on tho Democratic ticket for Alder, man of tho Thirteenth Ward, ilo went into tho convention, which was held at tho corner of Indiana and Lincoln streets, with threo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 March 1894

2 THE CHICAGO EAGLE. i StatP Central Committer. KEri'BLICAN. efelqntrteTt Chicago. CbtlrtnftiW. II. Clark. Becretury T. N. Jsmleson. Tre ssnrer K. O. Keith. At Large Kilwsnl II. Morrlf, Clilcapo! lionston Singleton, Decatur. , Plitrlct. " 1 i T. . Jstnle.on, Chicago James L. Monasban, Chicago James II. liurke, Chicago Jnmc lVaie, Chicago a a e , ... tico. 8. Uoiter, llockfortl , w. !. trailer, Aurora ...J. V. litter. Merllnir lit .Thou. ('. FnllcrtuD, Ottawa 9 , ,...J. II. million, Hickman 10 1.C. Kilnrd. Tcorla 11 V. II. Ilainllne, Macomb 3 ....A. IMlrout. Winchester 9.,.., Lincoln Unbolt, S rlnittlclit 4 V. Y. Calhonu. liecatur It Jame II. Clark. Mnttoon 1,,... A. II. Jone. llobtn.oti IT 1). M. Clark. Vatulalln II J. II. Mci'lck, Kant Ht. Louis James H. Martin. Hnlcm V. V. H. lilica, Marlon DEMOCRATIC. Headquarter Chlcniro. Chairman Dcloa 1'. l'belpi. Secretary Theo. Nclnou. Treasurer W, II, llrlntou. At Larue Itetos r, riielii. Monmouth: Samuel 1). Chane. Chicago: .1. r. Maliony....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 March 1894

THE OHIO-A-aO EAGLE, JUDICIARY OF Superior Court Judges. JOS E. GARY, Chief Justice. HENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE STEPHEN D. Circuit Court Judges. II. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. AMUEL P. McCONNELL. R. S. TUTHILL. R W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. QAULTER, Clerk. County JUD3E CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF , STATE'S ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, Jl.T TjA.'W. 1203 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. TEtBPHONB MAIX WT. DAVID SULLIVAN, Attorney ai Counselor -A.T LAW. 87 Washington Street, Suite 4IU-.0. United I flnTP!Ailfi .Jtate Uxpreit Ilulldlng. UIllUAUUi M. J. DUNNE. Attorney and Counselor A.T law. , loom 302, Cbicago Opera House Ml,, Clark and Wiwhfngton Sts., CIIIC.M.O. PECKHAM & BROWN, Attorneys and Counselors .AT LA"V. 617 First National Bank Baildins, CHICAGO. telephone Coniiuollon. ILIRIDCe HANECY. HANECY GEORGE P. MERRICK, MERRICK, Attorneys and Couoselors. 108 OEARBORN STREET, Roo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 March 1894

THE OHIOAOO E .A. G Xj E3 . M tt)c Chicago (ffagle TfTBLMXXD SVXBY ATTJBDAT -t- HENRY F. DONOVAN. Ab Independent Political Newspaper) Fearless and Truthful. INSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR Address all communications to HENRY F. DONOVAN, KdUor and Proprietor, lit Fifth Avenue. Entered at the Poitofflee at Chicago, lit, M second-class matter. 40fJpL ,AaSSSSRsV Largest weekly circn lain in the city and county of any paper pnbnil in Chicago. a biitid of Know-nothing conspirators can conic together, hatch up n stew of slander, calumny and vilification, and dlh It out to the public through the complaisant columns of the press. It i however a satisfaction to know that the public at largo can sec through the objects of the Civic Federation and the so-called Christian Cltlens' Movement, and that the public has no sympathy with cither. That this Is so and that the Knownothing organizations and their organs have nolther force nor Intlucnce Is demonstrated by tho best of nil proofs, namely th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 March 1894

THE CHICAGO E .A. O-I-i E BUILT THAT WAY. flotr E.nlljr n Wcmmii Identifies Personal Property. It was at tho tinRaaRC-rooms lti tho Fort street depot Tho woman had lost tho check for her trunk, and as Is usual In Htich cases whero no sinplclon is entertained sho was Mkt3 to Identify her baggage, says tho Dotrolt I'rco Press. "Ob, X can nick that trunk out of a thousand. It was a zlnccovcrcd trunk with a strap around it, and it had a big W for Whlto on each end. It was a trunk my sister bouttht in Cincinnati and paid $tl for and after she not crippled up with rheumatism and couldn't Ret out any moro sho sold It to tno for $2. There it is now t I'd swear to that trunk In Africa 1" "But about tho contents, ma'am. You havo tho koy?" "Of course 1 have I had this key mado in buffalo last week. I lost tho other koy about a year ago and always believed that Mrs. Itoblnson's baby swallowed it whllo I was visiting thcro. Tho poor thing had cramps for thrco months after I left, and she wrote m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 March 1894

THE OHIOAOO E-A.GH.iE3. FOR THE EAGLE. Collation of News from All Over the World, A Fust if Mitktl, CmmkIiI ui In iril IiIiIIIimci, TUmcMv SltM dr Eld Rhnti. No Itrnt fur thr WlckrO. Elmer K. Coinings fled from Cairo. Ill teven years ago with 124,000 belonging to the New York Store Morcantlte Company. Ita vent to South America, and never showed his fnce iisnln at Cairo until Sunday. A telogrnm called him homo to tlio uodsldo of tils sick wife. lie hud not been In town ttvo hours before the Chief of 1'ollco ana Colonel Chnrlcs E. I'nttler were looking far him. Ho ro turned to Chlcaeo with his wife nnd up. m tils arrival Tueiduy afternoon ho was arrested. Chief Mnhoncy took him bnek to Cairo, where lie will havo to stand trial for tho tlofnlcntlon of seven years ngo. Comings Is the sou of' cxOudgo Comings of Cairo, a widely known Jurist In South vrn Illinois. Ho Is about :. yean old. His father was ono of tho foremost cltlreus of Cairo, and thoo who know the young man veto loath to bo...

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