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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

"T'tfui-fV) " i pn$ "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." UwltfHBK' v VOLUME X. haw mm Comptroller Aokerman Tells the State Board of Equalization How Chi cago Is Yearly Bobbed. Whereupon the State Board Raises the Taxes of the Honest but Poor People, While the Rich Corporations, Bribe Givers and Tax Shirkers Are as Well Off as Ever. W. K. Aekcrmnn, City Controller of Chicago, talked to the State Board of Equalization at Springfield Wednesday morning. Ho niadci an appeal for a substantial Increase In tho Cook County assessment, and ho said the city of Chicago, wlth:i,000, )00,00U of assessable property In sight, was unable to got rovouuo enough to support tho city govern ment. On tho assessment of $245, 000,000 tho utmost limit that could bo raised was $, 1100,000, and, aftor deducting the cost of assessing and collecting, this would dwindle to 4, 800,000. Ho mado a comparison of the assessments in Chicago with those of Now York and other metro politan cities, and then, In pa...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

THE OHICAQO EAGLE. Is! M im liictttty ilo Irom 'ine which they ln In. It to divert attention (lirciiitnbli lmctlce are thoinclvc iudulg It w;t to bo CNici'ti'il that the Ho iullkMii Mould atteiuiit to hold the Democrat re-jiotwlble for the aj jiearanee in the Hold of the county ticket iA to hae I ecu nut up b. the American Protective Association The liepubllcan uiiitiiucr have cvl dent y been coimoIIih! tiiennelvc with the Icllof that the A. 1'. A. lodec would loyalh support the lie- publican c nuit ticket, In plte of the fact that a few of the candidates were known to be objectionable to tuetulcr$ of the oatlwbound proserin tlw organization. It doe not ap pear probable that the Democrats would waste their time encouraging a revolt In the A. P. A. rank. Any smtcostlon from a Democratic source would be met on'y with co:ti In their councils. If any considerable number of the .A. I' A.'s Intend V lolt the liepubllcan ticket they can doubtless j;ve reason which they re tfard a suDfactir...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

JP"""r rTn gmptmfmmw wf'twwhw;vjh' w jjffll OF OIK COUNT!. 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; AMUEL P. McCONNELL. . S. TUTHILL. R. W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ABRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, A.T LAW. 1302 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. Tkliphoxk Mais hot. DAVID SULLIVAN, A.T LAW. 87 Washington Street, Suite 41D.50. United CHICAGO, JUtct Kxprcii Building, M. J. DUNNE. Attorney anil Counsalor A.T LAW. loom 302, Clilcaio Opera Honse Mi, Clark and Washington Sts., C'llICAttO. PECKHA9I & BROWN, attorneys and Counselors A.T LAW. 617 First National Bank Bnilflini, CHICAGO. tlplionp Connection. S. L. LOWENTHAL, Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. TEi.nriiosEt Mais into, i CHICAGO. ' LOUIS KI8TLER, Attoruy and Counselor jl'JT LAW. 36 U....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

THSOHIOAQO EjAlOILiES. f el Qtt)c Chicago (ffacjlc ; - m - i i ,. . PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. As Independent Political Newspapers Kearleae and Truthful. UBSCRIPTION RATES, $2;C0 PER YEAR. AdJreii all communications to UCXKY F. DONOVAN, Editor and Proprietor, '. .' 1 and i'J S. JcITcmou Mrect. Entered at the Pottofflc at Chicago, 111, u ncond-clau matter. Laraest weekly circu lation in the city and county of any paper in NOTICE. Tiu:Eaolk can lie ordered at Chas. Mactlonald & Co.'s literary emporium and nook store. 55 Washington street, and at all ilrst-clas news stands throughout the Wot. CHICAGO IS RETROGRADING. In ISTJltho assessed valuatlonof Chi cago was over :iGO,000,000. Ti.lswas onlytwoyearsnfterthcgreat lire which destroyed the business district and over $200,000.0)0 of property. Tin re . were then only three towns inside the. city limits. Now there are seven towns, and the city is worth $140, 000,000 less than It was twenty-ono .years ago. Chicago is wo...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

HIOAQO EAGLE THE O THE AMERICAN tat and Sayings Bank, Northwest Corner Malison and La Salle Sts., c:mic:a&cd, - ii i. Capital, - - $1,000,CXX).00 Surplus, - 150,000.00 O.B.SHAW President F.H.HEAD Vice President J.R. CHAPMAN Cashier W. L.MOYER Assistant Cashier Under State Supervision. Transacts a General Banking Business. Persona Accounts Desired. Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Savings Deposits. BOARD OP DIRECTORS P. H. Head, Ooorge E. Wood, William J. Watson, Ford W. Peck, Adolf Kraus, Joy Morton, S. A. Mnxwoll, Wm. Kent, C. T. Trego, T. H. Sheppard, Wm. Deering, S. A. Kent, V. A, Watklns, J. H. Pearson, C. T. Nash, E. L. Lobflell, a B. Shaw. " v ;, BasaHHi taaaawfjHMMMMal HIS MTf 1 145 Dearborn St. Pall Styles of HATS Now Ready. l'ellas. Canes and Gloves A 0P1-X7IALTY. Also THE NEWTON HAT Tho Correct Stylo lor Fall. CALL AND EXAHINE. JNO.J.HARKINS -DEAIiEIt IN- Men's Fine Shoes ..MTV B. Bl 103 Washington St., Three Doors East of Clark St. TOWN TOPICS, The Journal of Society, ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

jy.w.,- wJIvw"f"4""Jf -vi-tftdwwjtsSitsv;,'-. ,"ji - ,W)i" .,vi-'it.4v'' 'v- i'l THE CHICAGO EAGLE. - -- asj m v m m In 1S.I Mi m I s FOR THE EAGLE. A Collation of News from All Over the World, A Ff.it ot Political, Commercial md In ml Intelligence, Thoroughly Slftil for Eaeli Readers. Urn till un IUociiIivI by IVltoto. A dtsp.itcu to u new concern at Loudon from Montevideo nsterts that ilftyeljlit llrszlltuns wore executed by enter of l're lent l'elxotoon April SJ last. The oxecu tlous look placo In the fortrs of S.intu Crut The condemned toen hud no trial. Am oris the number were military and tiavut ofilcor. lioo names nro siren In the dl.putcb, commeuclm: with that of Marshal Almlcdu da Ouma. In addition to thec. the dUpntch further .-, a uiim tier of persons cre hot at I'urltuba without warrant. ae the order of l'rl tent t'elxoto. It t alj reported tb.it many prisoner were killed by bclns , thrown from precipice ntons the l'nracua Hallway, ninons tliem bo In it feilior l.uls '11...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

0W w Pfljppuwmp i0irfWWAaii,i.il(lti(((, r (Cjf-f.j-' '. jW"f' " -rfJ THE OHIOA.OO UAQLiE. C F frel-iaol Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison and Hulstcd Sts., Chicago. C. W. Seneco. SENECO oiiicaao, P. IIOLBA83A. EfhJn.LLsBa F. KIOLBASSi I CO, Real Estate. 113 Wist Division Strait, OHIOACJO, ILLINOIS. V K?! - Important... iV As Our stock of Foreign and Domestic j PIECE GOODS is one of the largest in the city. Our make is the finest $j and prices reasonable. SUITS made to your measure from $30 to $60. ; i We invite your w 1WM,H.WANAMAKER9SK1 & J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. TIE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. 8837 and 3339 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. Currier's European Hotel, 15 AND 17 SOUTH CLARK ST. 150 newly furnished rooms. Passenger elevator, steam heat and baths. One block from City and County Build, ing. Six principal theaters, one to thrse blocks. Rates, 50c, 75c and $1 per Day; $2.50 to $5 per Week. ANNA HOUSE,...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

tv yn p-"- j ; THE OHIOAQO ES .A. C3-Xj E . T--fi mff r T ii' . i l I m M 1 nONOIIKl) AT HOME. CELEBRATION DAYOFTHE OF THE BIRTH. POET BRYANT. Among tha Hemlocks and Plnet Shadowing the Johannot Brook, Whote Sighs and Songs Ha Wrota. The ccntennry of tho birth of Will iam Cullcn Urymit was celebrated ro rcntly nt his old home nt dimming- ton. .Mns?. Tho visitor to Ctunniltigton to-day finds a little town of 800 people perched high on tho Hampshire hills, and tho most distant from anv armi, and over atterwar.l we wero ?lves mnny IntfirBtlngrcmlnlseencM tho best of friends. of the great uoot, and sneaks Inter- "During tho several months of vn-1 estlngly of the sixty notches which cation which llryant spent every ho cut In a beam ns evidence, of year at tho home we had many merry his standing for sixty consccutlvo romps together. He was shy and diys at tho head of tho spelling unannroachable even with the neigh- 'chi9. & :. 14 . -t i ,m WSk ti . j tDWIX K. wtows, Tim Tin: day. OIUT...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

IfH ' " ' 7" -mw m m - ttrwyysrwfln vgr" ..-. j.r -ww-m THE OHIOAO-O E A. OI-j E . SOMEWHAT STRANGE. INTERESTING NOTESAND MAT. TERS OF MOMENT. Outer Faots find Thrilling Advtnturss WhlehShow that Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction. Tin: South Amcrlcnii mothoil of killing bass with u blow gun Is being tried with fnlr success by n pothunt Ing llshormnii In tlio I'olomiic lllvcr nonr Washington. Tin: children born In Gibraltar rcBt tinder (ho belief (until thoy reach a reasoning ago) that tho sun sots every night with u bung. This Is bo catiso they have become accustomed to hearing tho sunset gun. In 1'nrls tho bones of tho dead liavo beon .romoved year after year from tho cemeteries to tho cata combs, until I he number of skele tons assembled, moro or less com plete, amounts to (1,000.000. Tiir.tn: aro numerous cases on rec ord of spontaneous combustion of the human body. In nil such cases tho victims havo been such slaves to the liquor hublt that tholr systems havo become pormeiit"d 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. — 15 September 1894

THE OHIOAOO EULO-JL 33. JOHN S. COUKt:, Tits, ami Tiww. CIIAHLKS F. COOKK, Sec. -1COOKEN- SalvatorT Irewiag Company. iO ..iiaiaHBPTrPakisi. 27th Street and Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, US. A. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OP MBJOBB COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. This Beer was awarded the 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 mpde by the United States Government Chemist, which is a guarantee to the public of its purity and healthful qualities. SileptoiulSSS r O&Jklmtr&imJ 1 ft S 'I ;f! Ut LAKE VIEW HEADQUARTERS! FRANK A. BAER, Sample Room. 1341 North Glnrk St., corner Dewey Ct. Hotel "Pilsen. RESTAUKANT AND BUFFET. 55 VOITA & STAINER, Prop'rs, 110 an. 112 East Washington St., mar ltd Av., Ohloap. M. SABTICH. P. P. PENOVICH. B. J, REILLY, Manager. international Pavilion CAFE AND BUFFET. PRIVATE...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

THE OHIOAQO 3 JL O-3Li EI . il m I & M n W gggjgggFMIM""E5BM ilWHBHk&X. KtW' f iK'inV.flHIn.flSkv -nMIHHyflHBHnyi1i sn I Bqibiibbbbbp.vs -asap- fc IP'S?.' mHf,.i'?iT pniRinas v ase-i LTifiir M vmszmm&PtPwrnYfa ' 'If "WHJCAOOU BREWED OF TNE IEST MALT AND CHOICE HfflMTEl HOfS -Said In Kgt and lentaa, 4T70TJITA PATJUKA American Brewing Co. lorlhishland ireoae, mJTi iaSaPVLVHIiBwi? Upk0M Wait 18?. August Maritzen, ATCMtect anfl EiipRr for Brewers anfl Maltsters Office, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 4C, 48, No. 177 La Salle St., Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1633, ... ERNST HortbAsbltnd Afcnne, O- COLUMBIA-d MINNEHAHA Brand of Lagr Ber. BRKWBRS OF THB TILfPXONI . Tta! PECKER BREWING Ca 871 to 8t7 Dudley Street, araar Blaoalaia'ala Road. CHICAG, BREWERS OF "OHIOAQO BRAU." "GABDEN OITT BRAU.' UlCHABL BRAND. Pratt. Y1HOII. If . BBAHD, Tl Frrt. KBO BBNST. laey. BCDOLPH BRAND, TrM. MR) MS HM ft WEISS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Mended To. un mil MilwaAXiteee, "Wis. OFFICE IH CHICA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 15 September 1894

Tu immmmmim mmmt p pm - H, S , '' I - y THE! CHICAGO E -A. O-T-j E3 . HARTLEY, Free Factory Sites SP -SVCCMIOB TO- 210 & 212 Wabash'. il 11 !: I aft f HI Finest Photographic Studio in the World Newly refitted at an expense of $10,000. Corns and sco us In our spring attire. Best op erators 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 aro made by the best artlBts in America, Open Sundays. 31-33-35 37 S CLARK ST. COR. LAKE ST. hims msuK clothr; HARTLEY, aio and aia Wabash Avenue. I W Lumber Go. Msnutaelurers and Dealers in LUMBER Li anil Shinies, Doors, Blinds And MOULDING8. .rt'L- t ' Tiufboms Wist s;t. HOTABI PoiLia I. F. OlarDB & Co., Real Estate, Loans, INSURANCE, And Renting Agency. Special Attention Given to Renting, Collec tions, etc. THE INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF CHICAGO. WH You aro Seeking a Now Location, it Will Pay You Well to Investigate the Mer its of Our Proposition. 716 W. ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 22 September 1894

' " 4 v 1 ISSV-AS If villi yf I 1 1 1 1 TjgCTEPIrfg Tx ,rl 1 1 1 r , VOLUME X. BOOM ! t m DVV For Once More We Have the Music of tbe Shuttle and the Loom, Oh, the Tribune Feels the Glorious Thrill . that Starts Each Idle Rolling Mill, And Cheering for the Wilson Bill Shows that It Our Merchants' Stores . Does Fill, And Emerging from Its Cave of Gloom It Frankly. Says We Have a Boom. Thcro Is a general revival In busi ness. The Trlbuno says so. It ought to know. As tho great moutnplcco of a con siderable element of tho business community, It would not concetti fiicts. It acknowledges that tho Wilson tariff bill Is a groat success. The shuttles and looms are again at work. Tho boom Is on. Tin: Eaoi.k Is so glad of it that It reproduces one-half of tho Tribune's pago nrtlclo telling the good news. Editorial Stet BUSINESS WOOD. All nave of TnJo Bright in Ml JMtftiCf HMrilMllllWMtMBiMMM 111 MM Mh Mt to IMS NPMl M M MrM Mm HHMM oxBEELsomiurruw Cklrift rilll with Ujm u4 MbtnAllttttk. MCKCS...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 22 September 1894

THE OHIO.A.OO EAGLE NOBLE T. E0BBIN8, Justice of Peace, SOUTH CHICAGO. ltcsidcncc, 0130 Exchange At. Police Magistrate. Justice of V j " PPPPPBbbC' of V K - eBBBBBBBBBBw. eBBBBBBBaK bbbbbbbbbbbbW. .bbbbbbbbK bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw THHP bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw? thePeace. COURT ROOM, 132 So. Clark Street OHIOAQO. keildcnce, 67 Bryant Arena TalaplMMfi XOa. JAMES M. DOYLE, Justice of tie Peace, 192 West Madison Street, Reildence, 303 S. Wood St., CHICAGO, ILL. Polioe Magistrate Desplalnes St. Police Court. ii a 31 M m i ? 9aeeeeeeeawhie!itf .. . ., '''8BeeeeeeBHBWl'i' 'aararHaBx ' . aaeeeeKHiL t, . mi&v,, w aneaeeeM HbrHLv BeaeaBBBBaVrar BBBBWiTRtV -twlSBBBBBBBBrY .BBBBBBBT-Tf HbI '' .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv,'' SBBBBBBBBBBTeBa. .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaa? .aBBBBBBBBBBYSjBm BPPPPPPPPPPPPBm AaaBBBBBBBBBBBBpiBjK'.SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBvPL' aBBBBBBBBBBBHBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB i1wKbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV i HON. THEODORE OEHNE, Democratic Candidate ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 22 September 1894

T-Hipi-Ul TliJii UHIOAOO EAQliE, MM OF Superior Court Judges. JOS. E. GARY, Chief Jnstlcc. faENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO, HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE STEPHEN D. Circuit Court Judges. U. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. iAMUEL P. McCONNELL. 8. S. TUTHILL. H. W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. LBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County JUD3E CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY t - MATTHEW P. BRADY, A.T LAW. 1302 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. Telephone Mais ht. DAVID SULLIVAN, A.T L.A.W. 87 Washington Street, suite 4t.w. umtui I nnTflAfln JUtes Uxprcai Untitling. I UxHUiluUi M. J. DUNNE. Attorney and Counselor A.T LAW. ?ocra 302, Chicago Opera House BMj,, Clark nud Washington Sts., CIIIt'ACiO. PECKIIAM & BROWN, Attorneys and Counselors A.T LAW. 617 First National Bank Building, CHICAGO. fll)llOllfl Coiiiieullon. S. L. LOWENTHAL, Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. 'BK'gt CHICAQO. "LOUIS KISTLER, Attorney and Counselor A.T LA.W. 36 ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 22 September 1894

"t-pr-.i1-jjpws.- " It H iy ir A "b? y "v ji THE OHIOjfiLOO EAGLE. ttjc (Chicago (Eagle rwuintD xtxrt iatubdat HENRY F. DONOVAN. A Independent Political Nswapapen FmtIcbb and Truthful. UISCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. aedrees ell communications to HENRY K. DONOVAN, Editor mid Proprietor. :, .!, il mul w 8. .IclTctMia Street. tmtered at the Postofflce at ChleafOi ae second-claa matter. Hi. Largest weekly circu lation in the city and county of any paper NOTICE. TiikGaole can lie ordered ut Chits. Hacdonald & Co.'s literary emporium and book store, 55 Washington street, and at all first-class news stand throughout the West. THE TRIBUNE ON THE DEMOCRAT IC JARIFF. The Kaolk Is glad to reproduce for the licnettt of Its thousands of readers, on the first page of this Issue, a fac simile of the Tribune's Brand report of the revival of buslnos. You can bet that tho Wilson Hill is all right when the Tribune shows the results to have been so rapid and beneficial. OUR MODEL POSTMASTER. Mr...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 22 September 1894

-'Taf.Twr v-rjwnN0j t -Ww-Vtwp- v-v - - THE O SCiO-A-O-O E -A. O ILi JS fit' 1 JijaTbBBmK ijisBjBMBMBbKqSh aus NEWTON 1 145 Dearborn St. Pall Styles of HATS Now Ready. ' vuuvu u A. SPECIALTY. Also THE NEWTON HAT The Correct Stylo (or Fall. CALL AND EXAHINE. JNO.J.HARKINS -DEALElt IK- Men's Fine Shoes THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bant Northwest Corner Malison anl La Salle its, CT-ilCASCD, - III. Capital, - - $1,000,000.00 Surplus, - 150,000.00 O.B.SHAW President F.H.HEAD vice President J. H. CHAPMAN Cashier W.L. MOVER Assistant Cashier Under State Supervision. Transacts a General Banking Business. Personal Accounts Desired. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Sayings Deposits. BOARD OF DIRECTORS F. H. Head, George E. Wood, William J. Watson, Ferd W. Peck, Adoll Kraus, Joy Morton, S. A. Maxwell, Win. Kent, C. T. Trego, T. H. Sheppard, Wm. Deorlng, S. A. Kent, V. A. Watklns, J. H. Pearson, C. T. Nash, E. L. Lobdell, O. B. Shaw. .. .ai E. S. DREW & CO., BANKERS! LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 22 September 1894

THE OKIOaOO BAOL.B, m t i :l J :: , j FOR THE EAGLE. Collation of News from All Over the World, A FMst of Political, Commercial mi In irt) Ifltelllgence, Thoroughly Slftil (or Eieli Readers Many Hurt In n St. I.tinls lire. Poernl persons wero lu n M. Lout tcne tuetiMiouse Wednesday afternoon. Two caiotlno stores exploded almost simultane ously. The homes are old brick building two stories hlih. forming pirt of n row of sweating shops. The tun ants woro lit work nt tlio sewing machine, mid In tho excitement broko for the talrc.ioi mid windows be fore nny help urrlM.nl Anion.- the Injured Mr. mid Mrs. Junius unil Mr, lteuder nro tmst seriously hurt, nhliis nrt leaned from the window ,,, tho front pavement nnd Itmnedlately utter his wife followed. l.lule Coleman, colored, sustained a broken ei and nrm after liurlliu' her baby to tho vldewnlk. Mnry t'lncro alsi, throw her Ilttlo one out of tho window, roiix t'lmr khtimati:. It-ports from vJOll I'urrespou Irnts Tit the Yield nt I.UlHi.OO...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 22 September 1894

I ''f,, whjpw IWI'f 'l.JIW'IMWlWfm ",wtTl'l,A ' yl Wif'Tf 1'wqgt?- I THE OHIOA.OO EJA.OI.iH3. K 7 RBL.IABL Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison and Halstcd Sts., Chicago. C. W. Seneco. A. W. King. SKULL OF KINO ROBERT BRUCE Peculiar 8entlnn Tlmt Eillntmrit Iliti Keen Enjoying, After 405 years Kdlnburg has boon enjoying tho peculiar sensation of gazing nn the skull nf King Itobcrt tho llrucc. Tho relic, It Is true, Is not tho actual cranium of tho hero of llannuckbtirn, but merely a cast from tho original, which, wo trust, for tho honor of .Scotland, may bo permitted to llo forovcrmoro undisturbed In tho Abbey of Dunfermline. For It was thcro that In tho year 1321), tho King wire, fearing tha actuation of history, would mako him n scapegoat. JIo mounted his horso and lied, without doing anything to relievo his master's gii lie ring. Hut slowly llonuparte re covered, and It Is said that ho always expressed the belief that fate, having prevented him from suicide, ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 22 September 1894

the o k i o a o o eaolb. 3: 'TWAS FAU A WAT. fTn far nway 1hto l!i' are f.tlr Ami owoot with ou nuil lldit ; Wheti 1 liiul 1'iit iii vtlio, my ttiMf Autl ou our tiivtllo bright. So far nway ' ntul tt, tivilay, For all tlu- illtaiui' ilriur. My bentt kit'jw I'lilino with that awcet tlim1 Anil dream the old dream thvro. There, where loo leariiiHl Its sweetwt w ord And Imllt it brlslttet bower; Tf here ntiu the raret tuoekitii; birds And bloouud the falret tlowerl And field were golden-rli-h, and clear The stream Mowed In the lluht When 1 had but my eythe, my dear, And you your needle bright 1 How soft and sweet ncro the wheat Your dear olce seemed to roam, When star of love peeped pale nbove And I went dreaming home ! Life had no sweeter Joy than this To retn little while There, where you met me with a kls And bleed me w I tit n smile 1 So far that sweet time eem to-day, Here 'neath thee ilarkeued skies ! And yet, ncro the weary way Xou light me with your eyes I And I would give earth...

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