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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 17 March 1894

THE OHIOAQO ESA.GHL.E. ! i 1 5; ir i p. Ymi . 'iHB RELIABL Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seneco. SENECO onicaao,, P. UtLBAMA. muhur, Real Estate. 113 Watt Division Strut, JAS. 1 (THILL S CO. General Contractors ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ' ALL KINDS OF WORK. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO. TAXES ARE NOW DUE! The State, County, Town, City, Drainage and South Park Taxes for the Year 1893 re now due and payable at my office, Northwest Corner Monroe Street and Michigan Avenue. By paying your taxes to the TOWN COLLECTOR It la a direot benefit to you, as TWO PER CENT, of aU such collections goes into the Town Treasury, to be used solely for Town Expenses. S. C. MILLER, Collector Town of South Chicago. OFFICE.-N. W. Cor. Monro St. & Michigan Av. TAXES ARE NOW DUE! 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 STREET. By paying your taxes to the TOWN COLLECTOR It la a dire...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 17 March 1894

THE CHICAGO EAOLE, STRANGE CBEAOTRES. INSECTS THAT RESEMBLE TWIGS AND LEAVES. Qtaerr Atilmttp I'orm Tlmt Abound In tUi Trnplx mid Which Are Orriilou I ally Mrt Within Trn.or.tr tllmrt-liut atlto In Color mill form. I.lki tlrtintng I'littiM. Thoto Is iiorh:uv4 mi Itiriia irrntin nf nsccts nil the members of wlileh pre iwnt such extraordinary forms a the o-cnilcd walking sticks. These J creatures abound In the tropics. J Ahiuu the most remarkable of these Ttlt COMMOH WAt.KtNO STICK. Jg i Inlets arc the walking leaves. Of one of those we print an Illustration. As may be seen from the figure- the resemblance to a leaf Is very striking, anu tne foliate ox Ranslon of the legs add greatly to tho deceptive appear aneo of suchacroa turn iu Its nntlvo haunt. Tills form of walking leaf Is rare, only about 20 species being faoown. Of the walking sticks proper there Is an almost Infinite- va riety. One species, 4he dl.iphero mcr.i feworata. Is colli sion In the I'nlted mrt.t.tL'M fcrrnt. Slate, ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 17 March 1894

i4V'm'i) J t 4wLt-VU-.k THE OHIOA.OO EAGLE. 'A ' '1 -.' I 'r. I. t ffi .i o TO iE OBJNOT TO BE." Mht ALD. DANIEL W. ACKERMAN. Alderman D. W. Ackerman has won out completely In the Twenty eighth Ward and will be re-elected, and this is as It should e. Mr. Acker man has mado n splendid record, having been "weighed In tho balanco and not found wanting." Tho people of tho Twenty-eighth Ward, Irre spective of party lines, are practically a unit In favor of returning Uncle Dan Ackcrman to the Council, be causo ho has been faithful to their Interests, and trust Imposed in him. He has worked untiringly for tho interests of his constituents who will In turn stand by him now and re-elect him. ,T. lluxton,of tho City Central Com mittee, is strong for Ackerman, and says that tho people -want -him re elected. Samuel Halgh has known him ten .years and Is working hard for his nomination. Dr. Edward T. Popo says he Is an cxcollont man and an Al Alderman. O. P. Llnstrom says ho is tho best man they ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 17 March 1894

THE OHIOAQO EAGLE io The P. Stiioentiofen Brewing Co. EXPORT EDKMVEISS HOFBRAU. SalvatorT ,. j;j1,-;T!v: 982 State Street? p. oppDOmtrBtm. j -' '.Ba i - HvPnBKtf?!.Jr 2 .GMiaflMlaklaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBWafiMNHAiaaMalaaaaaaW . 3 n iMfrr '"v" swa Corner Canalport Avenue and Eighteenth St, Chlcag TELEPHONE CANAL 9. J. A. BARTINE, Prop, ii Open Day and Night, 99 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 BUILDING. LAKE VIEW HEADQUARTERS! FRANK A. BAER, Sample Room. 1341 North Clark St., corner Dewey Ct Hotel "Pilsen. RESTAURANT AND BUFFET. 99 VOITA & STAINER, Prop'rs, 180 and 112 East Washington St., nsar 5th Av., Chicago. IS.. SABLICH. P. P. PENOVICH. B. J, RE ILLY, Managor. International Pavilion CAFE AND BUFFET. FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AGENT J. I!. Ontter Old Ite.erTC, 1ST! ft) 00 J. H. Cotter Pare Old Rye, 1874 4.00 J...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 17 March 1894

THE OHIOAQO SAQLE. 11 l MEWEI IF THE KIT MALT Ml MM In Kftt Mttf Mvkm WHt 1M. August Maritzen, Architect and Engineer for nam 01 m Oflcc, Booms 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, No. 177 La .Salle St., Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1633, ERNST FUNK'S WEISS BEER! SO Clyde St. ' Postal Card Orders Promptly- Attended To. un M!il-wa,Tj.K.ee, "Wis. OFFICE n CHICAGO, Union mil Erie Streets. Tetoplton BOTTLUG DEPiBTIERT, 29 West Ohio Street ralifijcw 4SI2. m h m Milwaukaa, Wis. HENRY UIHLEIN, President ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent. Annuel Capacity, 600,000 Barrels. SCHUTZ BRAU Now appears the latest and best product of the celebrated! Joseph Schhtz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadi Barley Malt and' Finest Bohemian Hops. EDWARD UIHLEIN, Manager, Chicago, CORNER UNION AND OHIO STREETS. W. L I0MIN, Salt liflltr fir tit Trade, Ckliigt. m mm mm MILW-ATJTFCErE:, WIS. Largast Brawary in th "World. .... CHICAGO OFFICE. . . . Otrnir Ditplalntt and Indiana Straits. erStWnlfntto..0,ir BOTTLED BEER! FOR FAMILY USE-...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 17 March 1894

THE OHIOAQO HSA.O-3L.B HARTLEY For 17 Years it 309 Million St Successor to BRAND, 210 and 212 Wabash At. Mmm, Free Factory Sites sbbbt 'aawBF B bbsf meaaBBBBSrB BSbBBi aBBBI BBB BI B fl ABBF"- BOflBBBBBBefl B BBr BBL BBvSBl BHa." BB I1 BSBfi' BBBBBBBBBP ' BBr BBBeA BBA TaTarM 'a I' I BaBiBBiBBaVB ?fl i B HBBl BBBBBBBBBk BBbV ifliK'T LbLBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBLbW alBBBBBBBBBBBBHBlBBBBBBBVr''BBaBBl' VBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbVbF bbIbIbbIHbbUbbbVbHbbKVbbV Sft AV g T afafafaf&T bbbbbbbbm bbbj w bbbbbt MY OLD PATRONS wilt rcoimlic the above rlcturc Aadlwl.h to sett l.o them that I Utc pnrchMcd Mt.VNlVg MAONIKI CENT STUDIO, 210 unit 213 Witbaah Ar whero I will continue to make theflncat CA111NKT8 tor $2.00 pr dotcn that man can product. PERMAHEHT LIFE-SIZE CRAYONS Willi One Dozen Cabinets, Wt think wo have tho flncat anil mo.t com pute l'iiotographle ftmllo In America, and cordially lnrlte inapo tlon. If you havo a Iclturc hour you cannot ppend it more enjoy ally than In looktnu throuit...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 17 March 1894

THE OHIOAQO EAGLE HARTLEY For 17 Years at 309 Madison St Successor to BRAND, 210 and 212 Wattash Av. Free Factory Sites wlitep :Ar: 13 MY OLD PATRONS will recoirnlre tlio above I'trtutc. aill wiU tumllctliem tliat 1 Imo imrclincU HU.VND'M MAUXtl'I CKSTMflHO 210 nml 912 Wnbftnh Av. where I it III continue to make tlietlnet CAlllNr.l'd f of S2.00 t'er iloua that man can uro.ltu'u. PERMANEHTJJFESIZE CRAYONS WitiOrtzeii CaWiiels, We think e hnvc the llnct anil mot com plete 1'hutOLTai'hlc Httiillo lu Atucrlci. mul cordially Invito luo tlon. It ou have n leisure liour ou cannot epenil It more enjoy nblrthnu lnlookluir tlitottitli our htuillo, hero you nre alwa welcome. Open ov.ry ilny, lu clii'ltm; Sttmlny. , We have the bct ami mot complete nort merit of I.nNsUrf that money ran imreliae, the very beat ami bldiot-iirloeit Artlt ob tainable, niul wo uo uotliluu lu our roiluc tlon but tlio very bet material. Cnlilni't friini llio.ooo of llriinil'it 01) nfl Old YMtltt', per tinen OllUU HOST...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

"I '"X cSsVAt; Ih INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME IX. CHICAGO, SATUltDAY, MARCH 21, 1891-TWELVE PAGES. NUMliUll 233. , i ;-' ' 2. ;r t Tffi MB Governor Altgeld Breaks Up the Plaid Pants Quartet on the Lincoln Park Board. The Thrifty and Thriving Wallor Will Not Build Park Boulavards Through His Proparty. While the Gentle. Kirk Will Have an Oppor tunity to Study Floriculture at Home. The August Heuer No Longer Has Elephantiasis of the Hsad, but Sells Furniture Again. Governor Altgold's action In, re. moving the dudo triumvirate from Lincoln Park Commissloncrshlp Is approved by nil sonslblo people. They wjoro ruining the park. Last year Lieutenant Governor Gill, nt the request of tho State Sen ate, appointed a committee to Inves tigate the dudes 'doings. This committee, composed of Re publicans and Domocrats, found tho dudo Commissioners guilty on nil counts In tho following report, which was adopted by tho Sonatc, Gektwjmkn Your commlttco ap pointed to Investigate...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

V-At HBV' k....uu: r r " w '. - u . iflrBm'r j UVHMM P T"'J INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUMK IX. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 181 TAVELVK VAGKS. NlMHKK 2;:$. i ! 1 " v ij ir nil dims Governor Altgeld Breaks Up the Plaid Pants Quartet on the Lincoln Park Board. The Thrifty and Thriving Waller Will Not Build Park Boulevards Through His Property. While the Gentle Kirk Will Have an Oppor tunity to Study Floriculture at Home. Tho August Houer No Longer Has Elephantiasis of the Head, but Bells Furniture Again. Governor Altgcld's action In re moving tin: dude trlumvlruto fiotu Lincoln Park Coinnilssloner.shlp Is approved ly all sensible people. They wjprc ruining the park. Last year Lieutenant Governor Gill, at the request of tho State Sen ate, upp.iliitotl a committee to Inves tigate the dudes 'doings. This committee, composed of Re publicans and Democrats, found the dude Commissioners guilty on all counts In the following report, which was udontcd by tho Senate. I Gkut...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

&FQ1JIH0,f' '" T' '" 'VM i r r fs'w, THE OHIOAGOEAGLE. P inline Sy wBWW-H -U, State Oat rat Committees), REPUBLICAN. Mdnnartert Chlcairo, Chairman J. IL Clark. BtcttturT. N. Jamltton. Ttfuntf r-K. U. Keith. At Large Kdward II. Motrin, Chicago; Itous- Ion Singleton, Decatur. )ltrlct. 1 T. N. Jatnltsou, Chicago 2.. ............ ....James Ii. Monaaban, Chicago ...... James II. Ilarkc, Chicago ..... James rente. Chicago .... W.K Frailer, Aurora 6 Geo. 8. Itoper, llockford T J, P. tiller, Merllnu ..... Thoi". C. Fulltrtoa, Ottawa 9 J. II. Wilton. Hickman 10..... , I.e. Kriwards, I'corla 11 W. II. Halnlioe. Macomb 3 A. 1'. Urnut. Winchester 8 Lincoln Dubois, Nirlnirtleld 4 , W. V. Calhouu. Deeitur 1 James II. Clark. Mattoon 16....... A. It. Jon, lloblnson IT 1). M. Clark, Vantlatla II J. II. Mes.lck, Kant ft. I.ouls W James H. Martin. Halcm W. C. 8. Ulica, Marlon DEMOCIIATIC. Headquarters Chicago. Chairman Hcloa I'. l'hclpa. Oeretary Tbeo, Nelson. Treasurer W. II. llrlnton. At Large P...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

THE OHIOA.OO BA.OIL1E3. t I ( 1- 'l JDHOUT 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. K. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. AMUEL P. McCONNELL. 1L S. TUTHILL. R W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County .JTJD2E CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATES ATTORNEY MATTHEW. P. BRADY, A.T LAW. 1302 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago., Tltr.xr-noXE MA1X W.T. DAVID 8ULL1VAS, A.T LA.W. 87 Washington Street, finite 41H-M. United I flTJTflAflfi tftate. Uxptea Uulldlng. UJllUilUU. M. J. DUNNE. MtomeyanilCounSolor AT LAW. loom 302, Chicago Opera Honse Bids., Clark and Washington Sts., CIIIC'AflO. PECKHAM & BROWN, Attorneys and Counselors AT LAW. 617 First National Bank-Batiaiuz, CHICAGO. (Lplionc Connection. IIMIDGE HANECY. HANECY 0E0R0E P. MERRICK. MERRICK. Attorneys and Counselors. lOB'DEARBORN STREET, Rooms 11-13, TcLiraoKKiis. C...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

THE OHIOlO-O ESAOXjiHS. fltljc Chicago (Eagle rVBLUSXD ETZKT lATUBDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. Independent Political Newepaperj Fearleee emd TruthfuL UtSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. A4drM alt communication! to HENRY P. DONOVAN, Editor and Proprietor, lit Fifth Anoiiuo. atered at the Pottofflce at Chleaf o, M eecond-clne matter. 111., Largest weekly circu lation in The city and county of any paper TRACK ELEVATION AS8URED. The Introduction and passage of the Uncle elevation ordinance makes an epoch In the history of Chicago. It is the beginning of the end of a system of street grade railroad cross, ings that was a reproach to Chicago, a shock to her visitors und guests, and an outrage and intolerable nui sance upon her people. That such u condition of af fairs in this respect has exist ed up to date, namely, snort ing locomotives, rushing passenger trains, lumbering freight trains and so forth, carrying on their deadly operations on ttic dead level of the crowded streets and thoroughfares...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

T' rtiry ,jrmkirpifimuwijL 'm,'mi ,5,-F"U,tr,'xrT'"' ir-- j-ktv THE CHICAGO EAGLE, e 1 I . V yj'i 1 NOT A COMMON BURQLAM. tils Rsfirrlc-ncn with tho, f.ltrrnry Man Mill Out of tlio Usual nun. I think that about as curious an cxporlcnco as 1 over Had," said a rc tired burglar who was chatting con. fldcntlallv with n writer for tho Now York Sun, ! had in a town In west ern Pennsylvania. 1 had Rot Into a fine, blR houso thoro without very much troublo and had found things when 1 Rot Inside about asl expected to llnd thorn. There wassirao silver In tho dlnlnn-rooin and 1 nlopod a few thlntrs that 1 could got Into my overcoat pockets handily, but I had ntbar th In us In mind and I wont on Into tVa next room which turned out to bo tho library. As 1 throw my lluht around tho room 1 saw on a table In tho ccntor a mnauzlno open and lying faco downward. I picked up this niucmlno and turned my buU's-oyo on It, and saw that It was open at tho beginning of a story. Tho tltlo caught my cyo and I ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

r-ifwv' yytwrwiyr-w iyyrwwpgg e'ww ' V'V1" THE! OHIO-A-O-O E -A. Gt-Lj E -" T f FOR THE EAGLE. Collation of News from All Over the World, A Filit if Fllltlcil, CHMtrclll iH Im- m itttiHctMt, mnHMr smH dr Eitli Miiin. The tlilnrtr Jttrstliu Again. Tbe Pcnate Committee on foreign Rota Hon baa been considering an Important Chinese trcalr( negotiated by the new Chinese Minister and Secretary Groi barn. It practically His aside and Supersede tbe Fcott exclusion act and tbe recently enacted Geary law. It Is an Immigration treaty nud provides for the admittance of Chlnce Immigrants un der restrictions It also tins (or Its object llio protection of. Clilneso already In this country. While It dee not repc'tl Ml J?aTJ Iivjjj It It jotd to ten ler It nuiiuffry In miny jmrtlWS' lart. Tuo treaty, although It may receive tho (avorablo consideration of a majority of tho Semite, Committee ou Forolcn isolations, will havo a stormy tlmo In tho Senate Tho t'aclllc comt and West ffn Senators are alread...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

w '",' f twwiwtwwwf TKCE3 OHIO-A-GrO EAGLE i L ff 'V .v: t w- m f?e:iiai3l Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seneco. SENECO Onicacro? P. ntLBAMA. F. KKLBASSA & CO, Real Estate. 113 West Division Stmt, JM 0WHELLS CO, General Contractors ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF WORK. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO, JOHN F. ALLES 233 and 235 Lincoln Avenue. Sanitary Plumbing, Gas Fitting and Sewerage. Man ufacturers of Gas, Electric and Combi nation Fixtures. "JEWEL" GAS STOVES AND RANGES. J. DANIELS. H. DANHUjS. Packlns and Provision Co DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. 3827 and 3820 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. amxiBFBosni OA.KXjjtxa'X) ai7. M RITCHIE 347 E. Division St., Opp. Market St., Chicago. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Bedding SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS At the Lowest Cash Prices. CUS COLLIANDER'S Sample Booms, N. . 00R, OAK AND SEDGWICK STS, Imported' and' Domestic Wines.'Beeret.lquors and Cigars, especially , tor FAMILY USE. Branch Bottling Departmen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

-WKIfr .-n. '"',MrWfi i M"iy3T "ITi 't(f"T'ir'n,P,T7' Ttptp tt7 T-ga-.-. THE OHCIOlOO E'-A-G-ILiE,. THEY ARE WORTH MILLIONS. tho Itockrfrtlrr (llrl Triirlt Nuiuluy School Cliir. In a far corner of the Sntobnth school room of Dr. Armltiiuc's H:ii tlt Church, on 1'orty-slxth street, near Fifth iivcnuo, Sow York City, may le soon ovcry Sunday u couple of clase provided over by two voting ladloA There Is nothing lu the ap pearance of the teachers to attract attention, and they would probably bo taken by a strancer as member of tho middle Well-to-do class. lint In reality these young ladles nro tho Mlse Altti and Edith Koekefeller, and each Is worth something like 35,00i,000. They arc daughters of John D. Rockefeller, otic of the rich est men In the world. Upstairs In Mts. ltockcrcller, mother of the young ladles, and hi her class Is her on, John J)., Jr., who has Just pac! his majority. The Kockefeller young ladles take a ureal deal of Interest In their classes. That of Miss Alta. who I...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

""' TTTWj IWlfJITp-JHmn'Myr' -ffryr!Zvflr!i THE OHIOA.OO EAGLE, v t' s &; P i ij . LS-p B i 4 M w INDIANS REAL AND IDEAL ALD. Alderman D. W. Ackcrman has won out completely In tho Twenty eighth Wnrd and will bo re-elected; and this Isusltshould be. Mr. Acker man has made n splendid record, having been "weighed in tho balunco and not found wnntlng." The people of tho Twenty-eighth Ward, Irre spective of party lines, arc practically a unit. In favor of returning Undo Dan Ackcrman to tho Council, be cause ho has been faithful to their Interests, and trust Imposed In him. He has worked untiringly for the Interests of his constituents who will In turn stand by him now und re-elect him. J. Ruxton.of tho City Central Com mittee, is strong for Ackcrman, and says that tho people want him re elected. Samuel Halgh has known him ten years and is working hurd for his nomination. Dr. Edward T. Tope says he Is an excellent man and an Al Alderman. O. P. Llnstrom Bays ho is tho best man they hav...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

-f jf foj ' THE OHIOA.OO EAGLE! 10 & The P. Scboenhofen Brewing Co. EXPORT EOEMVKISS HOFMtAU. ,..s,fe SalvatorT .a. --, ?. -m f x VppJMJjiurBtm. J FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AGENT sSrsjfsrsita-. A ' I 'MIPIIW i i " - $raggk J. II. CuttM Old ncerTM)U HOO J. II. Cttttcr Pure Old Ry, Kit 4.0) J. H. Cutter Dourbon, l7T 3.0) W. n. Mctlryr Old Ilourboa 8.0) Bprtng Ulll Old Dourboa sou AndenonOld tlourbon. 8.0) Old Crow Old Bourbon 3.00 Irlnh Wlilnky, John Jtmlcnon S.00 Scotch Wliliky, Andrew Usher BpccUl nrre t.oo Corner Cannlport Avenue and Eighteenth St, Chicago. TELEPHONE CANAL 9. J. A, BARTINE, Prop. Open Day and Night, "THE PUCK" Restaurant and Buffet. XaMagement 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 BUILDING.' LAKE VIEW HEADQUARTERS! FRANK A. BAER, Sample Room. 1341 North Clark St., corner Dewey Ct. Hotel "Pilsen. RESTAURANT AND BUFFET. 55 All kinds of...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

wZzpZHs - -T f T W 1W r--t-r Wpvf"4"-0 "r rr . r . , Y 10 THE OHIOAOO EAGLE The P. Sctioenholen Brewing Co. KXPOKT KIMCMVKISS 1I0F11HAU. .naunMCifcA..... Salvator! -r 1ilepluntl58& VppJnanurBtm. i W4 .. a . -. -HiilHAW- Im'.l.V'JJ i'..Xil.. pfr" -L" 1- 0 Siiifi-''aiiHIiBiK2Si4?4mi2iK fillfflfff,titf&'fift WcSS Corner Canalport Avenue and Eighteenth St, Chicago. TELEPHONE CANAL 9. J. A. BARTINEp Prop. Open Day and Night, "THE PUCK" Restaurant and Buffet. XiMgctnent And Appartenaaces Entirely New. Newly Fitted Throughout Private Dining Rooms for Ladies and Small Parties. N. E. Cor. Randolph and Dearborn Sts., UNDER REAL ESTATE BUILDING. LAKE VIEW HEADQUARTERS! frankaTbabr, Sample Room. 1341 North Clark St., corner Dewey Ct. Hotel "Pilsen. RESTAURANT AND BUFFET. 99 VOITA & STAINER, Prop'rs, 110 and 112 Eist Washington Si., mar 6th Av Chlsagt. M. SABLICH. P. P. PENOVICH. T. J. REILLY, Manager. nternational Pavilion CAFE AND BUFFET. PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS OPEN AFTER THEATER HOU...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

F "rfnar THE OHIOAO-O BAQLE, 11 -. . )f ht w ifc "Hga .j BREWED OF THE IEST MALT AIM Id In Kegs and VoUpho&a Watt 189. iXlLriPfBj9LHMQBaMVXHJC WZM'$Etm& August Maritzen, ATCMtect and Eoper h Brewers Mil Maltsters Office, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 40, 48, Telephone 1633, ERNST WEISS BEER! SO Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. II lil-w-ELVLlcee, Wis. OFFICE H CHICAGO, Union and Erie Streets. Tel BOTTLDfG DEPABTMEHT, 29 West Ohio Street T4cw43l2, Milwauk, Wis. HENRY UIHLEin, President ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent. Annual Capacity, 600,000 Barrels. SCHUTZ BRAU Now appears the latest and best product of the celebrated Joseph Schhtz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadt Barley Malt and Finest Bohemian Hops. EDWARD UIHLEIN, Manager, Chicago, CORNER UNION AND OHIO STREETS. W. L OMIN, Silt IsHlsr fir thi Trail, Giliagi. pm nine mm MIIJWAXJFCE::Ef wis. Lttrgmt Brwry in th World. CHICAGO OFFICE. . . . Oorntr Ditplalnit and Indiana Siraats. erSft1 BOTTLED BEER! FOR FAMILY US...

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