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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 14 July 1894

fJiIifwaJS fTff ,fJ!'Viir "i-ryp -ST . JJV ft THE OHIOAQO HAQLB, 11 . & m it i it k TwMrMrMrMrMrMtrMrMwAwrMrMrME-'rMrMww$ ifci fcW BKWEI IF THE KST MALT MM total InlUftS Mi tuiMM ffnt im. Elk. it mil eri IHR0 t.jI inlHIHHaMKillVbi w ??'?-::niiBBi8Ku''a;irV L. August Maritzen, Architect and EDper i Bihwbb mil Maltsters Olec, looms 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, Telephone 1633, ERNST WEISS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended Tt. V 11 111:117, I JL JU 1 UMJLM.ru MJMMU 1 1 till XI MiilTArenJi3s.ee, Wis. OFFICE II CHICAGO, Union and Erie Street! BOTTUG DEPiRTMEIT, 29 West Ohio Street TNnf4lll. HKNRY LIU. Manaf.r. OHM Milwaukee, Wia. EMIT UIHLEIlf, Praldeni ALFRED UIHLEIlf, Superintendent Annual Capacity, 600,000. Varrala. SCHLITZ BRAU Now appear the latest and best product of the celebrated Joseph Schlttz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadt Barley Malt and Finest Bohemian Hops. EDWARD UIHLEIN, Manager, Chicago, CORNIR UNION AND OHIO STREETS. W. L lOiUI, Sill MHtr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 14 July 1894

tSri THE OHIOAaO ESA.03LjHS. HARTLEY, Free Factory Situs (yp VCCtOR TO fl 3JP, 210 & 212 Wabash Av. 31-33-3537 SCIARK & C0R.IAKE 51 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW. bbbbbI bbbbbbI .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV r Finest Photographic Studio in the World Newly relitted at an expense of 910,000. Come and see us In our spring attire. Best op erators in the profession. The best Cabinets that can be pro duccd at any price, Only $2.00 Per Dozen Our Pastels, Crayons, Sepias and Water Colors are made by the best artists In America Open Sundays HARTLEY, aid and aia Wabash Avenue. JOI SPRY Lumber Co, MHfMtiirart and loafers la LUMBER Lath and Siis, mm uswg GLOWR! THE INDUSTRIAL CENTER Or CHICAGO. v '- !( V'.v ...... i RffiTTaVsasaVI BsssaaT bUblbbbbbbbbbsI 3 HUfU"-" Pt'ttWS liT' l"- - " w- , 'AND - 5P-- l&tStiSSE&S TninmWinffl. KoTABTVraue. J. F. oiam & Co., Real Estate, Loans, INSURANCE, And Renting Agency. Special Attention Given to Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

w '". i-VV ( , a 3WtS "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE. VOLUME X. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1891-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 250. hi fc fc h" nuihib rmii to act. i i; William A. iuubuii quarters at the State Capital. Fourth District Republicans Indorse Popular. Joe Bidwill for Congress. Frank Lawler It Firm, and Declares He Will Not Be Sidetracked. A largely attended' mooting of leading Republicans ot tho Twelfth Ward was held recently In tho Lakeside, corner of Clark and Adams streots. Aid. Conrad Kahlor was in the chair, and William Giflcrt, was secretary. The meeting discussed tho 'question of a nomlneo for Congress from tho Twelfth Ward for tho new Fourth Congressional District The sentiment was that if Thomas C. MacMIUan would accopt the nomination it would be tendered to him. Mr. MacMIUan stated that he appreciated the kindly spirit and sontlmont expressed for him, and had already been honored by the district with Legislative, Senatorial and Congressional nominations. He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

SRBSBSSS ' r wwie -1jrr l.-rf-Sv f5 "taiW 4T-S fivj. mrWW 1 i. , tjBKr .' "MH'fttft r ? "" V" ' f - THE; OHIOAQO SSjAlOHiHS. &AS THE ONLY TOPIC City Hall Disturbed by the New Ordinance. Old llomltc Tutk Itrthnl Jiy tlir I'imviri? f tlip l'iilprnl Orillimtue Mmuliy Mtflit ltumiir Hint Thrrr Atr mur (iroiiml. for uilrln Tlir Muttrr to Itf lrly liit-tlRitUnl. There was somothtny suspicious about the manner in which the Universal Gas Company's ordinance was introduced and ruhctl through the City Council Monday evening, and there was n pretty general Impression in municipal circles that the measure, though fair enough on the face of it, Is not honestly Intended, and is unworthy the support of the public or its representatives In the City Council. All sorts of stories were tloatlng around the city hall Tuesday concerning the ordinance, but nothing tangible or capable of proof could be obtained. For instance, the statement was made that the ordinance was the old Mutual Gas ordi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

WfuW'U'T'M,;itl, ''''' - ' & m jf i T- - - Tliili OHIOjSlOO E3 -A. O iLj B I- r? , JUDICIARY OF COBK CM1HTI. Superior Court Judges. JOS E. GARY, Chief Justice. HENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE JONAS HUTCHINSON. WILLIAM O. EWING. PHILLIP STEIN. JAMES GOQQIN. s NATHANIEL C. SEARS. GEORGE F. BLANKE LIABIHO KHDS1B OF THE DAS. LEADING MEMBERS 07 THE BAR. BUCK I FITZGERALD, ATTORNEYS, 108 Dearborn Stat. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. If. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. SAMUEL P. McCONNELL. It S. TUTHILL. R. W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. LBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. O. H. HORTON. A. N. WATERMAN. FRANCIS ADAMS. FRANK BAKER THOMAS G. WINDES. ABNER SMITH. EDWARD F. DUNNE. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. AZBIj F. HATCH. EDWAIUI C. IUTSlItm. HATCH S RUSHER, Attoraeys - anil - Counselors, Chicago Till and Trutl Building. Tolephono Main No. 3760 GEO. MILLS ROGERS, Attorney at Law. Mooter in Chancery, Circuit Court. SSffiSVss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

v3&r THE OHIOAGO 33 A O-X-, B3 . it f ' i' i i l i h t QlIjc Chicago (Eagle rVBLUBXO XVZBY lATTHWAT -tHENRY F. DONOVAN. Independent Political Newepeperj retries and Truthful. INSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. af drees ell eommunlcetlont to HESttY F. DONOVAN, Editor end Proprietor. ST, W, ll ami w S. Jc(tcrou Htrcet. eecag sae tered et the Poetofflee et CileMOt.LU., M eeccnd-clixes matter. Largest weekly circulation in the city and county of any paper NOTICE. The Eagle can he ordered at Chas. Macdonnld & Co. '8 literary emporium and book store, 55 Washington street, and at nil tlrst-clas news stands throughout the West. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. Republicans of Cook County aro preparing for tho State Convention to be held July 25, and gossip us to tho party policy on tho question of nominating a candldato for tho United States Senate Is being once more re vived. Many of the Republican leaders who at first declared them, selves unalterably opposed to making ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

-5!frSWiWM "iWNfWs.'iffiJiUSkiit" ' rfnbrn rJ ' ' vr t,w, ,"i. THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. .." i .. n f; I fc I',. wv .v It m w - MR- CHAS. B. NBWTON'S Magnificent NewUp-Town Hat Store. ClcfMt Litest Styles and Where They Will Be Sold-Hats (or Men el Fashion. SIB. CtUM.F.8 E. NEWTON, . fitte of the Arm at ltennen Jk Newton. Mr. Newton his Jnst opened a flrtt-eiats hat store t No. lit Dearborn street, where he will carry a complete new and elegant stock In all the leading sprlni and summer styles (or lt4, tn dress, silk, opera (crash), and detbv hats, that cannot be excelled as rcpards the excellence of material, superiority of workmanship, and eleaance of finish and desln; and as the stock I all new throughout, there are no old stylet toiwork off on unsuspecting customers. as tTery one knows, the cruwnlns niory of a man'a attire la a new and fashionable hat. The coat may be a trifle "off," the pants may not be all they should be. and "virtue may flourish In an old cravat, but man and nature ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

r5j5iw "'' .-t-iVrMr ,,A.--ieln .'"'( p'v vJjfmiHiH' ')-v-V ,- v ,i . ?-1 r ( '-T aw -iSfVVjv"? ' ;, V- Kjfyt. Jsww.yw W THE CHICAGO EAQLffi, ' : i i i i FOR THE EAGLE. Collation of ' News from All Over the World. A FMtif Mltlcil, CMMrelil irfN rtl lltiUlttMf , TKrtHMl SlftH fir EmJi Riitftn. Foreigners Onlnc Hoiiir, Thero -us trouble at New York an t tie docKs of the ooo in i steamship llnot WoJnosJ a jr. So mulijr stoerapo ui!onEor lind taken advantage of tlio rnto war to not back to Europe Unit ships could not accommodate nil tliiMo to whom passage liail been solA Itutidrods Could not ba taken aboard cicn with the crowdtntf of tlio steornso quarters to the utmost Oily once lofore. In 1973. ha thero been an opportunity to get n stooruo lmnttco frotn New York to Europe for $10. This Is the rate nor, and It Is likely to be further reduced unless nn agreement Is soon reached by the rhal linos. mi: n:NMioN hluk.u'. itesutt of the first Complete luiestlcn- Hon of the Onico'n llrrsirtl....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

5Srs! ,1f-ft-irifdn9tr-"r ii THE OHIOAOO Hi .A. GUj E . ;?.. .1 H I .,( a 3f H $i l ill iV K v.' ebf w- FIRE-PROOF STORAGE ROOMS 44QBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl H IHHiiiiiHVIillft THt HIRAM HIV rMCHWC WAMHOUMl For Valuable Household Goods Pianos, Trunks, Statuary, Libraries, etc. Careful men to lhandle. Furniture Van for moving. Safety and security guaranteed. Rooms shown at any time. HIRAM SIBLEY & GO., Proprietors. Offlccs: 12 nnd U North Clnrk Street Ij( "aBBaBBBap''" fre:iiai3l Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seneco. SENECO r. nfHAMi. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW. onicaao. P.EMSSASCO, Real Estate. 113 Watt Division Slrsst, jis. i rami & co, ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF WORK. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO. J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. THE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. 3837 and 3329 Cottage Crave Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. 11 RITCHIE CARPET 347 . Division St., Opp. Ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

; v THE OS.XOAOO EJA.GHjB3. ft Im A CHOP OF KISSES. Tmn hrrlrit' 1 no a-slnghi' In the crnhi' cwl mi' Kray, When the dew thine In the furrow, nn' the htll climbs into tiny: Am' 1 kti her at tho pnrtlu' he'a the ftnvetvst thln in lifeLike 1 use' to kl my w rethenrt. 'fere my Mvcethenrt wn my wife. It n kltul u' RooiUiy klln' though It' kiwiu' mttchty noon t An'Isny: " I'll tnnke It lnt inc'tlll the shudders point to noon." An' tho ki-eti lurk Mims "He kled her!'' an the winds fltiKi "fc?o did we'" When some wild vw vouw n-ellmbln' mi' jeV uti-nls her kl from Met Then the plough tninl in the furrow, nn' my drcamln'eje I shield A 1 look here hist I left her, us 1 1iik aeros the field; "Here' the wlmNa-lmiKldu' at me; here's the larku-slnt(iu' tlil: He's klised her, kled her. kled her but the roe ha stole the kl." Then, with all the hlr.N alnulu' an' at ittltiu me so owed, I lose sight o' nil tle ur:ies rottli' the corn blnde nt my feet, An'myhopH.' look round' n-wonderiu', till ho nlmu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

l&..i-T,. i!i'-irfWii'i M'Vi"-. !-' w?-yv7-. : ,T'-'"MvVq- l rMrft,''ri'-Xill"'hnwtfr t4l'WVWtTI''i',v''" "' -- f-r f THE! OHIOAQO ffiAOLE, IP h m i'. '.4 , Rr 111' F. 1 Vi te m it i"; if i.; V, L& K B I ST If. 13'. MUNICIPAL GAS PLANT, Proposition of Oity and County Gas Co. A Plrni Soon to Bo Habmlttetl Wlierctr lha TaMrcrt. Cltlspne nt City Will Control the I'rlco of ) fof tight nml fuel A Public llenetlt. "Well-directed c (Torts achiovo alt ttalnns. There li no greater truism than the nbovo quotation, and It may bo verified dally right In Chicago. One of tho best examplos that can be cited Is' the success attending the of forts of tho new City and County Ons Company In their struggle for proper recognition before tho municipal authorities of this city. Owing to tho monopolistic gas cotnblno existing here the City and County Gas Com pany have been mot by numerous underhanded methods of opposition, and tho officers of this Independent company arc now determi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

l,''lKWlWpi-'''.iWiitTNip'jriniT.Pi fyy- "( i-4w j4 Wvliiik'V HfV.W " . w? -fT-n-rtr f,'"jf? i,;ii jjii-iiimfwi "3 10 THE OHIO JLO-O ES-A.OJ1 Hi. ! JOHN N. (OOKK, I'ros. mirtTicas. CHAltliKS F. COOKE, Sw. SalvatorT COOKENBrewing Company. 27th Street ami Cottage drove Ave., Chicago, US. A. REWER3 AND BOTTLCRS OP WO COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. This Beer was awarded Iho GOLD MEDAL, together with seven of the HIGHEST AWARDS, which the Cooke Brewing Co. received at World's Columbian Exposition, held at Chicago, III., A. D. 1893. The Medals and Awards were received on the strength of the Chemical Analysis made by the United States Uovernment Chemist, which is a guarantee to the public of its purity and healthful qualities. jtuphmisai FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AGENT .7. H. Cotter Old Reaerr, 1ST1 tu.oo 1. H. Cutter Put Old Ilyc. 18T 4.00 J. H. Cotter Oontbon, tsfT, 3.00 W. H. HeBrarer Old Bourbon a.00 RpriDf Hill Old Doutbon aw Anderson Old Bourbon 1.00 Old Crow Old Bonibon 1.00 Irish Whisk...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

i -w - rr .'wvfV'ldiV--"!'""'" Jr','y?''R'?''si.;',V,"' " V r. ".' -- " - f 'A ' cvi rt (w'.V'Vft1VWj V l iw(JKH'11,MW'''nll''MW ' . I'WrWtWM'io MVuVUMMitiafinH lMm rniw'mi'lll '" ,-r.-r Tl THE OHIOAOO BJAOLB, 11 yK'' Vf y?i ' I? !'. i" r :, 1 I 1 .in. vll ft r 3W . ...hilii. ifffc , "tnesi V'.iTi' .T - ' .J.' ST, BREWED OF THE IEST MALT AND Sets' In Kee ansl Telephone West 180. -jt- -rs !---?-jik a j?a v r "vniw Kxflvr mj3iHiRrHjEarvi(TvirB bm v:; rV. T I 'aFr? BT I August Maritzen, Architect and Engineer for Br6W8rs m ran Office, Booms 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, Telephone 1633, EKNST WEISS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. nil un ILVrlirw'a.VLl&ee, "Wis. OFFICE H CHICAGO, Onion and Erie Streets. 'V2mglm.oxkm B0TTLH6 DEPARTHERT. 29 West Ohio Street Tw43l2. wn MilwaukM, Wis. HElfRT UIHLEIR, President ALFRED UIHLEIR, Superintendent. Annual Capacity, 600,000 Barrala. SCHLITZ BR AU Now appear the latest and best product of the celebrated Joseph Schhtz Bre...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 21 July 1894

fr?tErtwyw 111, V.UJ.UJWPv ,. .uU,!p 'I m THE CHICAGO E3 -A. O-31i EJ . !-ae HARTLEY, Free Factory Sites M Sl'CCMSOR TO !l 210 & 212 Wabash fov. isV fli JJmm9 ft' i i IT, . r m ifr Finest Photographic Studio in the World. Newly refitted at an exponse et $10,000. Come and boo us In our spring attire. Best operators in the profession. The best Cabinets that can bo pro duced at any price, Only $2.00 Per Dozen Our Pastels, Crayons, Sepias and Water Colors are made by the best artists in America, Open Sundays, 31-33-35 37 S ClARK ST- GOR LAKE ST. ohms mm cutim i .. ..K& '? V t HARTLEY, aio and aia Wabash Avenue. m an .,,-.2fe - HHiHfftJllTOM -j i'1 iH Vtjtii'i ftsssssasiaaM ,Bj IfflClii lULsLsLs groan? ' f tTRTogri iiHRRsrMiiiLsLsLsLsLsl g'uiaHb"LTs, IMHssasHsBBsB - tataraexa Wsrr m. HOTISI VUlMt. W. F. Olanio & Co., Real Estate, Loans, INSURANCE, And Renting Agency. Special Attention Given to Renting, Collections, eta 716 W. VAN BUREN ST., CHICA90. E....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 July 1894

iiy wi' wihiui jimijwyMw)i wwnirm'iivir9r-w!mZ iM-fWKr llVfl V . B i "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME X. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1891 TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 261. frvme?) l! I V IM IS BADLY The Expected Came to Pass in the Republican Senatorial Fight and Billy Lost. The Party Was Afraid tQ Name aCandi date for the Office of Senator, And It Thereby Maintain! Its Record, for It Hai Always Consistently Opposed Such a Course. The llcpubllcans knocked out Billy Mason in ono round. Tho Record has this to say of it: "By refusing to nominate a candidate for United States Senator Wednesday the Republican State convention nt Springfield showed very clearly that one Shelby M. Cullom was Its favorite, so far as favorites aro permitted to show their distinguished heads at this stngo of the proceedings. Mr. Cullom wanted no nomination in convention. The platform, however, pointed out tho greatness and goodness of the Republican Senator from Illinois, whllo the rotund William ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 July 1894

" IT1"?'"' " " ?W-l8l4VWl, r wiSTT'i TJi-,h J!fl s " SIL - tTr'''T, J i-Wii A i-ftg 5 THE OHIOAOO B -A. O-3Li B rr- POLITICAL Ktuloweil liy nutate with -ih.h'I.i1 re ,ullto()t'alltUitlon, implomoiitod In a Wide utul liberal education. Mr. Scaulaii, though stll1 a voting man, has advanced to a position of great prominence In the legal jirofcston. He was horn Ir. Chicago, Oct. 'J.'t, lm. Michael Scuilnn. of Washington, I). C.i who I known widely :n a coui)io4cr of imw c and an author of -.01110 fame alo, l hi father. Ills -early education w a obtained In our public school and ho was thereby Utteil tJ enter and graduate, with honors ftom the Washington, 1). C high "school. After this he became a student at the university of Notre Dame. South lie ml, Ind., and followed this up with a very complete course of law studies In the Chicago College of Law. He then bctan the practice of his profession nnd for several years wsi associated with the late George C. Ingham and the extreme y brillian...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 July 1894

"-w-r vtiwfi'R&FK&w lJV,Vj.'t.V? TT"-,; JT? T "i," llt'lfJ-VjV I f" A -'A'1 ' jVl A,ff " .JjAS" '4 priiLl OHIOAGO EAGLE, & B i. .-. i U .''? n T ;w. ' i i w'if T. fc Nit i V r i i , i: v ft? f$ L . . JL1CM1 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. If. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. O. H. HORTON. AMUEL P. McCONNELL. A. N. WATERMAN. R. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. R, W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE. THOMAS G. WINDES. "3LBRIDGE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, A.T L.A.W. 1202 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. TEtBf BnB MAI 4W. DAVID SULLIVAN, A.T LAW. 87 Washington Street, suitt 410-20. united 1 nnTfiAnn rftatea Uxprese liuUdlng. UOlUiiUU, M. J. DUNNE. Attorney andConnsGlor A.T LAW. loom 30...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 July 1894

FTt- s-r-'i f1 g-j' -- ,-qwjvrf75r. f THE OHIOA.OO B-A-O-IjE. 'bV . itk! tl)c Chicago (ffaglc VX7SLI8HXD XVSKT SATURDAY -THENRY F. DONOVAN. Am Independent Political Newspaper) Fearless and Truthful. UiSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. address sll communications to HENRY r. DONOVAN. Editor nnd l'roprletor, -', k. n nuil vi S. Jcf!cron Street. atersd at the Fottofflce t Ohlesio, la, second-class matter. Largest weekly circnlation in the city and county of any paper in NOTICE. TiikEaole can bo ordered at Chas. Macdonald & Co.'s literary emporium and book store, G5 Washington street, and at all llrst-clas news stands throughout tho West. FRANKLIN MAC VEAQH. A Washington spcclnl to the Chicago Dally News, dated July ir. ays: Hon. Franklin Mac Veagh, Democratic Senatorial candldato for Illinois, was an Interested spectator In tho Senate to-day. Ho was the recipient of marked attention from the Democratic politicians of both houses', who were presented to Mr. MucVcugh by Congres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 July 1894

mmmtimmmfi ijpSfvi;p!f'P?!W ?& " ' "J. 'VW' jr?r ' fl? -fir- .a (If tj"!1 I' w THE OHIOAOO EAQ'LS. Hi M. W. i4i feJ' 4v" '' I IV 18 ! l. II k-V at r. !? M v w f ' P CHAM NEWTON'S Magnificent New Up-Town Hat Store. Clefint Latest Stylet sad Where They Will Be Sold-Hatg for Mea of Fashion. Mil. CHARLES E. NEWTOK, tale of the firm of Hennegen A Newton. Mr. Mewton hie Just opened a flrst-claet hat store -t No. 141 Dearborn atreet, where he will carrjr complete new ana elegant sipca in aii ne HE AMERICAN r s s 4.suina spun ana pummel . tui iwf.iu dress, fllk. opera (crush), and derby hate, that mm.ia, Iia 1IA,t . a(fa thA lllnftl nff material, enprrlorlty of workmanship, and -eriecance of finish and design; and an the etoek It an new tnrongnont. mere are no oia nijies 4tadlng spring and anmmer etjrlet for 1894. in rira allk. nn.ii Irrnnhl. and derbv hate, that -cannot be excelled a regards the excellence of material, -ttecance ii all ne to work off on unsuspecting cnitomera. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 28 July 1894

y-"''Sr.-'ET'r31 '-?fVP. WP - ft? 'TtpfyWT TSp THE OHIOAOO 32 A C3-Id S3 . 'l$'s OUR TRIP TO NEW YORI. Being: a Veractons and Fancifol Account of a lonner to the Gnat Metropolis Is Search of I Good Time. We went on the II. O., technically the llal tltnore ami Ohio Railway. A plunge late In the afternoon o( a ve ty roM day through the Mice at Illinois and then Indiana and Ohio, ami through the uUht and the long, Iodk wearv day through West Virginia and Matyland to Washington. Arriving at the capital at op. in., January M, we started to look uian old friend, Colonel Jenks, employed lu the Tendon Department. Willie, that's my partner, wished particularly to Bad Jenk. lThls li hi real name, plain Jnk$, not Jcnktus, but Jenk not Captain Jinks of the Horte Marines, but Colonel Jctiks, with a record of honorable and meritorious service In the army.) Our stay ta Washing-ton wa only over night, until 10 the next morning, which nave us barely time to see It by moonlight. It is a rarely baaatt...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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