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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

Ng A',,iW9T7,rif' THE OHIOAOO EAOLE. M (' I A S J. 145 Dearborn St. PULL LINE OP HOLIDAY HATS and CAPS. A. SPEOIAIrV. Alio THE NEWTON HAT The Correct Style for Fell. CALL AND EXAHINE. JNO.J.HARKINS -DBALKBXN- Men's Fine Shoes 103 Washington St., Three Doors East of Clark St. TOWN TOPICS, Tho rumml of Button, M PAGES.) CnrOBSBAT.) MW YME. ! tiajTanaJl NeOgaJaad M 'rckfar Journal la Uw world. tM omptot wrckl tnili!tv nawa. afltMclmllv oftha di N.w fork. tofon, fMladflptfcn onrmiwrui i dm equalled by It. Financial UipartrntntTaaUt BV IU tboritr Uh ll toaokara and momi. in " Itmn um"-MUt on current II llivratura U by ihe cleverest of re. lowera. Ita "Antra son Aiwai" mun n ma at" lo muni inirminjrpaptr ror aii lonreoi apon yacht Int. football, rowlnav ehootln. flihlni, tie. It. " On tho Turf' ' exctl. all other racial note, Ita burlmqun, porma and jokto are tin cleverest. Jta inc. are oy iiees wriirrB ajnona; inrm Aincua Ir .uo. Barn fain. Paul Bonnrt. Rudlrard Kipling, AmbroM Vitro, .t...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

JSv af?Mr wSiiS! 5p(ijp -? ',TJ " - ' 5" ''Vffl -P ,i"7i; HE OHIOaOO B.A.&L.BJ; his ai ii Ift h: FOR THE EAGLE. Collation of 'News front All Over the World A tort if Pilltletl, CoMtrelil 4 trai htmipiei, Tmriiimi SHtrt lir Eiili Mtitn. Uiuth of II tx llovotiil Wife. I'rltiwM lllimirck, wlfv of l'rim-i1 M1 niiurek, dlitl nt Varzlii ut n.iiiH-k Twi- day morning. l'rlnv llltunri'k Iup1i- ! of l.imciiliurj;). wlfo of Priun llln- nmri'k, Iiiih Ihvii la oor lullh foru lnn lime. Her lllin- ln'cuiiie iirolioiitu'cd lu months npi. HUi vn lifil.v ."OW'totl ami ri'i-vUfO n wicri' iu,k wbi-u the tenth of tier llfi'-lmiK frJi-inl, l-'rau J-it-fci-nlo ItiM'kow. lrUij if Jl Jtil in xtltulo for t'niiiiirrliil Women, wan aw imunnil. Tlinv ii'k tipt Dr. Schivcif Jiiuit wiik mlloil In rrliilrU'Iiirnlii to ir' M-rilx' for a xi'rloiiM attack of iiciiralulu. Nim-v tlmt lime nln Inn Ikvii iiliut con tlnimlly mnUr tlu tiinof li.vl-lmiM. All tlii family iti linlllr miiiuuuiu1 to lu-r IiciIjMo. I'oitnt H...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

TtfmttwsmW'fmm aPigEiig?1;'! E?.i3MH iW1imtmw.rmr'"- THE OHIOAOO EJ .A. O JL IB - frei-iaqi. Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison and Hnlsted Sts., Chicago. C. W. Seneco. SENECO onicacro,, P. IIOLVAMA. p. nuiajta, Real Estate 113 Wttt Division Strut, Important... Our stock of Foreign and Domestic J f ' PIECE GOODS is one of the largest fe in the city. Our make is the finest $& 1 and prices reasonable. SUITS made j ) to your measure from $30 to $60. ; We invite your inspection. Jj I WM. H. WANAMAKER, !&!: $ g&a&-$$$ieN$$$ J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. THE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. 8837 and 3329 Cottage Grovo 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 three blocks. llatos, 50c, 75c and $1 per Day; $3.50 to $5 por Week. ANNA HOUSE, 102 and 10...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

THE OHIOAOO EOLE. i I"- I 1 fc .1 lis ''IP K fen ! II i B m v ft? 4 WItEX aUTCMX l'ASSETUBY. When purple tlrlcrlierrlc. vie With huiiMch'ticr!ittoti tla A flood of mellow nilnlrrly Overflows thi wltulltit: lane, A myriad Invert tolci-: Mute. And rival throat reply. No tree, no tuft ol nrut l units When nuttimti pnrth by. A perfume rare ot rlpetiltm leaves On fephyr pinion tlonK And oft the scout of brownitiK limve illciuli with the cricket note, Each hanjjlnit bouith 11 eeiiaor swlt.e; Beneath the dreamful ky. And nt her feet rich frnurance fllnpt, When autumn pacth 11, v. The uplilrw thread their jioamcr With Jewel for her head; The thistles Ktrcw their down for lte That softly he may trend; The brooklet stllMtn Milliliter ttlo Whcu'er her feet draw iiIkIi, And gently drone the yellow bee, When autumn pnwth by. Strange norcerte theoplrlt bind, And work a rmtinttmt spell; Weird voice who on Hit wind And whUper beauty's knell. At eventide a lonely ittar Come forth to mntirn on high, ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

if i m m rJ j m m m iif - I! ! i - HI1 fl IE EW It ft '' .! iff li II & 1 i When purple ohlcrbcrrto; vlo With ihunmch's crimen tala A flood ot mellow mtnMreWy Overflow tliu wltulliiu: htue, A myriad ttwct olce flute. Ami rival throat reply. No tree, no tuft ol nm. 1 unit When nuttitim pnsetli by. A perfume rare of rlpettlnit leaves On sephyr pinion float. And oft the ncout of browning sliture Mend with the cricket note, Each haiiisltnt bouith a cenor awing Uoneath the dreamful sky, And it her feet rich fragrance flltij:, When autumn piisoth lly. The upldcw thread their KOnnier With Jewel for her head; The thistle strew their down for he That softly she may tread; The brooklet still Its ummer uleii Wheu'er her feet draw nigh, And gently drone the yellow bee, When autumn pncth by. Strange sorcerlex the spirit bind, And work a lmunttmt spell; Weird voice echo on the wind And whlpcr beauty's knell. At eventide a lonely star Come forth to tit'Jttrii on high, And sheds It qui verlug l...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

pummmtm. iw'Mi pwapwHyqunw1 hiuhj nnimw mmim i.r1V'-T'T-'' " f rjfi wyfWMD"K" "yT THE OHIOAO-O BAQLE, y5? ,, rt. jii pr n- t " "' irv'r'-' ''y'T's" "I'M QLAD TO SEE YOU." fMkt tr. often lad to mtt other folk, yon Bnt they lomatlma. falt.t h:n It comet to Or they iy "I'm glad V teo y'," O, to taint and tow That jo wonder Jnit how far their gladtoma feellngi so. Bay "I'm glad to i yon," when yon mean it. KDilk It OUt t Don't bite oil a piece ot It and leave tho rott In ii gui ) aouut) . ht yonr Dpi know what your tont I. thinking molt about. Voi It tako an orator to lay the sentence right? Does It need much rhetoric to tuako you feel it a might' Baa it not A thomand tongucl which tell Its meaning quite' Ton tcet It when you're going home and see tho , window llgbt. . . ...... Tea tee It In n sweetheart, atnllo, Mushing warm and bright, , , ,,.,,..' In a mother's morning kltt and In tho last nt la the babV'a reaching arms, which tell the tamo dollgbt. it.A...n.ll'n.nnMcndiftiaadvi.ir. ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

THE OHIOAQO EAQLE, I'M OLAD TO SEE YOU." iTMkt ara ottan glad to tntct ether folki yon Bnt tbajr a'omatlmai rattar h:n it comai to aylng no i Or Ihay iar "I'm glad t' tea j'," O, to faint and low That j on wonder Jutt how far their gladsome fetliiigi go. ay "I'm l"d to tea TO"." when yon mean It. Bpaakttoutl Don't bits oil a pleee of It and leave tho reit In doubt) . Jjl yonr llpa know what your loul la thinking Kott about. Boat It taka an orator to tay thetcntence fight? Doet It need much rhetoric to hiako you feel ita mlBhf ' Bat It not a thontnnd tonguet which tell Ita meaning quite? Ton feel It when you're going borne and fo the TVIUUUW JlgUl Ton tea It in a tweothcort't tuillo, MutbliiR werm ntut bright, In a mother'! morning klit and Inthelaitnt nlRiit, In tho baby'a reaching arms, which tell the tame dollgbt. OId to tee voufO, you friend) of dead ycter lay. Could wo ouly hear It from yojr denr llpifar away: Could wo tell It into enrt whlcb mingle now with clny, We mlglit gnlt...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

lO THE OHIO.A.a-0 EUL&'JL 3. w 1 ! J' TO ADVANCE RURAL TASTE. T.ii" I'lilillr xrliimU Muitilit tlo Atlttr ttnrk In Till Line.' Sonic ctTorts liuo been made In lutojiuts. in country pmcc. tu pop ularize rural lire through the puhlle m'IiujI, write I'lillllp Miwlur. Tree planting mi "Arbor D.it") l In ouiso of experiment, ami Cower urowlii(t ami burdening have been tltft;ctc(l, ami practiced occasionally. Hut no largo results liuio been re parted and never will be under tlio present system ot giving the bulk of the Mitntuer to vacations Thos)tctn of clolng the country chools In June and reopening in Sop teiuber has been acquiesced In, but really. It Is hard to sec any weighty reasons for It In the rural district. Summer heat Is not a continuous fac tor in summer lire, and even when It is very hot children are unite a well oil In the modern school building as at home, or bucIi places as country children frequent in summer weather. Were the schools kept open at that season for at le...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

THE OHIOAOO Hi jGl 0-X-i Ei . il m 1 BREWED OF THE IEST MALT MID 14 In Kt mm Vsleftheae West 18t. August Maritzen, ArcMtect and Engineer for Brewers ana Maltsters Office, Booms 40, 42, 44, 4G, 48, Telephone 1633, ERNST WEISS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. nn il-wemlcee, "Wis. OFFICE n CHICAGO, Union and Erie Street. qPelexl&oza.e BOTTLM DEPiRTHEHT, 29 West Ohio Street TUMI W 4312. HENRY LEEB. Manager. m MilwaiukM, Wi. HENRY UIHLEIN, President ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent. Annual Capacity, 600000 Barralt. SCHLITZ BRAU Now appear 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 QOQQINp Sole lottlir fir thi Trada, Ckleigi. PABST Biffl MPMI MILWAUKEE:, WI. Lttrtt Bvv7ry in ito World. . . . .CHICAGO OFFICE. . . . Omar Dttplalntt and Indiana Striata. ARes.!r.T. BOTTLED BEER! FOR FAMILY USE-DELIVERE...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 1 December 1894

ty. MTrt-'i. jj " " tV"-t' -VMfll j, ''' JFTtJTVTiTVfVTT '.' "' .T,- Mf,- THE OHIOAaO HSO-USS. Free Factory Sites 11 1 - a,fc . v v j-j ,wv r , JOHN R (5M I f 13 fl I i i. h- .v rr lumber Co. ManuticlureM and Dealers In LUMBER Lath ani Slgles, Doors, Blinds And MOULDINGS. We have a choice stock of all kinds Dry Lumber, especially u table for CITY TRADE, at the lowest market prices. 31-33-3537 aClARK ST. C0HLAKE5T. mm MB! OFFICE AND YARD, ASHLAND AV. AND 22D ST.. CHICAGO, ILL. Telephones: 904Q and 0032. TI01 E COURTNEY. PrttM MOUCE H. SCULLY Vice Mm EOVIRD T. HOONAN Secritiri CURIES H. McGRATH TreaiiTK C8ULE8 W. 8R166S Him nOMESTIC... BUILDING ASSOCIATIOW. mnrxam or koutaby, Mhhi 70, 176 Dearborn 67. Tom N. Donnelly & Go. LOAN AND DIAMOND BROKERS ! li 118 Mi Street, i:-hj.oago. HARTLEY, UCOSMOB TO- 3J1D WM 1 tamsVHH9HUwJWB'H nil BsKHStfiVDaHBLsbB -- iavSiilllHMHaBalBHLLsD mmmmmtimmmmm- &. ..m -'ii'.7.. SsPiafcaTiaTai p m ha1 auKai TIUVHOKI WMT ST. ROTABf POSLie. w. f. om &...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 8 December 1894

s" afwgifsy T5" J5WS'vl,6?'''f)'--'T fc--;--Vi 'r-''s v'-'er-'--vFw'fi"-, v "BBBjjB3f 4c 4c i 4?5iflflHPP'i' INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME XI. CHICAGO. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1894-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 270. KHERMCU The Able Lawyer Brought Forward (or the Republican Nomination as a Compromise Candidate. A Large Meeting of Influential Republicans Has Already Been Held to Further His Candidacy. Items of Interest to Taxpayers and Tax Col lectors and the General Public. Joint J. Knickerbocker Iiiih been brought forward an u compromise can lldtite for Mayor on the Koullk-an side. Thin Iiiih been doiio entirely without Mr. Knickerbocker's coiihoiU. lis that well-known citizen Is well sntls , lied with tho emoluments ho receive from 111 extensive law practice. How ever, hit objection!) have not prevented lilx friend from acting, and a well at tended meeting of prominent Republi cans decided TucHday evening that IiIh name be urged for tho Mayoralty nom ination In tho spri...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 8 December 1894

--'-fpyv-0,lV" tvfWJrfHirHJlTt ,W' yr,. "$-,(';., ii ""iisrsTjspttj-ffTi vr - ,toi vj .ft-TH?-ESkJS-v"- tt r : II t - -ut 1 m r k!S 1 I: 1:: I SI h i ii ii : MAN'S MANY FAILINGS. llMt of All Mrlllthnrn, Hnt Hotnttlmrs He It l'rrttr nmt ruy. l'oor man Is still "Jn for It" In Kn Rlu ml. After yours of patient, silent tu bin Isslon; of waiting' on lords of creation, of pourliiR tea for thetn after hunting, of bringing slippers and tilling pipes uml coddling and wotahtplntr, tho pr in English woman iias taken up trio cudgel and demands that If lie cannot hate the ballot and wear trousers she I c ulvnn tho right to abuje man; and, by bringing tils vile disposition before tlio public, warning the still unmarried women to tako bced and beware. To further this pretty scheme nn English paper has opened Its columns to lad.csjwith wicked young sous, terrible husbands, Irreprcsslblo brothers and unmanageable uanccs, and by the letters received It would appear that all thu nlco Englishmen had le...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 8 December 1894

rr&i-mf-wfvwutfii; Tr-tTl"i.jv Miiwjr5ijT-yjS?f !(j, s' i tr .rj, . TteLiii CHIOAQO ES JL O 1IL1 ID . JUDICIART 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. V. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. AMUEL P. MoCONNELL. . S. TUTHILL. It W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. 'PLBRIDGE HANEOY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County .JUDGE CLERK Probate .JUDGE '. CLERK -BHERIFF UTATE"S ATTORNEY S. L. LOWENTHAL, Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. TKSBgl CHICAOO. CrnuiH BAioriKO. Thomas A. Baxmixo. TIOMAI T. 0HIB1DAN. fianning & Banning & SboMan COUNSELORS AT LMf AM SOLICITORS OF PATENTS, rattntt, Trade-lf atks ul Copyrights. 527-532 Temple Court, 225 Dearborn SL TELEPHONE MAIN Ml. CHICAOO. CHAS. H. MITCHELL Attorney at Law. PBACTtCKH IN ALL TUB oovitxa. 1RH and 103 Unity llulldlnt, 19 Dearborn Itreet, CHIOAQO. TKLKl'UONB MAIN 3075. JOHN R PARKER flttorne...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 8 December 1894

tK? Mw j&mi'&Tit''-?'-' ? ssst -f Vjf TV C ' -WW - o?tTi'r' iTimyfinimiJK.nn.t Ti(, L f THE OKIOAGO EAQLE. 1 1 l)t Cljkaoo Gnolc PUBLISHED HENRY EVERY SATURDAY lit F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newspaper, Fearless and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, SIM PER YEAR AMltKM AtLOMMl-trAtllH TO HENRY r. DOSOVO. Editor and Proprietor, 7, i, ft. ; Sod MUtu Slrttt, CtUaf a. Entrd at th PoiloUlce at Chicago, llllnoti, at tecond-ctan mailer. tltt satm" t'njw can lie bought over t!5 tier cent, cheaper At u'.iy otlrer store In town. It Is sufcl 11 lieutenant's cap costs s?tt, mid tome members of the foro- assort tKit thi? same article onn ho bought for $4 In other stores. 'it used tnV1 tlmt these goods were supplied tot'ho- force through u tegular- ly iippotutt it purchasing bureau. Tills nmy stllis-e tin run, nut tno statement bus been made tlmt tin purchase of these wrps Is made by thi' individual nicmWvs of tin1 force. If till In- true, tlio question nntiimlly arises. vliy are the...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 8 December 1894

&tinirxr'jnnrfvt'm.i,i'f"- r,,iVJy,.,;Byipygjjg js, t- TUB OHIOAQO BAOLH. I'.iaaaaaaar''jsHaaaaaaiB' iaaaaaaas aaaaaaaaaal iKiiLaaaaaaaal NEWTON !. E. 145 Dearborn St. FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY HATS and CAPS. A SPECIALTY. Alio THE NEWTON HAT The Correot Style tor Fall. CALL AND EXAH1NE. JNO.J.HARKINS THE AMERICAN Trast and Sayings Bank, Noitat tar Madison ani La Salle Sts.f CHICAGO, - ILJL-. Capital, - - $1,CXX,0(X).00 Surplus, - 150,000.00 O.B.SHAW M.,--.. f?SSiAii ' Vice President . i.. mover , Assistant Cashier Under State Supervision, Transacts a General Banking Business. Personal Accounts Desired. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Deposits. v watklns, J. H. Pearson, C. T. Nash, E. U Lobdell, O. B. Shaw! Fort Dearborn National Bank CDF GMICZASO U, S. Government Depository. CAPITAL, - - $600,000 SURPLUS, - - 100,000 OFFIOEBSi e ELECTRIC CARS ;T02 JM1I A. IIHQ, PresMeit. L 1. flOIUV, Culler. J.I.WIT1ICI, FiwPrdieit 0. 1. IcGlATI, AssVCMlfleE a.s.i -dialer nr- Men's Fine Shoes ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 8 December 1894

'v,'S3jjS &&m rS1, f,y - ff-fl " 'w"-'-- e,flsv 1 -wwr? TnrMTTfwtjnS TWiT T3WV7fSr1tfirWi-T?B rjpTfTC7'e',Wn: - r $,-,- THE OHIO-A.OO EAQLIC. r t 1 k i. i I r .i5 S FOR THE EAGLE. NR1TA1N HACKS 1HIWN. Collation of 'News from All Over the World. A Fiut if Mltlcil, CHMMrclil iri ml MillliNCi, TMrHihly SlftH fir Euli Mtltfi. .i liar Cottonseed Oil. Gcrmnuy ha tnkoit the Initbil ntcp to ward curtailing the imtiurtntlon of anoth er Atttcrlcnu product In the proposition now before the Iluiulvruth to ononuoti-lrlncreaiedthelutj-oiu'ottoneed oil. The proposition l to liicreno the preent .duty, which li 51, lo ?S.50. equivalent to A duty of 250 percent., anil a the propo sition Is supported by tlie cnmhlncd agra rian and proteetlonNt Indii'trlal parties there can be little douht that It will suc ceed. The subject I treated at length In a report to the State Department by United States Consul Mcrrltt at llromen. lie says that In future cottonseed oil and oil nut seed will pay a high d...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 8 December 1894

- v y. j ji"M Tw M"y - -r , ,ij. w 1 THE OHIOAQO BJ .A. O JL. B . 'w ' ' pnH' 87 Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison and Halsted Sts., Chicago. C. W. Seneco. SENECO P. EIOLBAMA. Giiicaao P. KIOLBASSA & CO, Real Estate. 113 Wttt Division Strut, v., W$$$$!v$a!K-$ Important... . Our stock of Foreign and Domestic f PIECE GOODS is one of the largest ? in the city. Our make is the finest, and prices reasonable. SUITS made f to your measure from $30 to $60. jjfc We invite your inspection. j ( WM J. WANAMAKER, t J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. THE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. S827 and 3329 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. Currier's European Hotel, 15 AND 17 SOUTH CLARK ST. 160 newly furnished rooms. Passenger elevator, steam heat and baths. One block from City and County Build ing. Six principal theaters, one to thrse blooks. Rates, 50c, 75c and $1 per Day; $2.60 to $5 per Week. ANNA HOUSE, 102 and 104 N. Clark St., corner Indian...

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

rjTTf- r U ''- 5i-v:W'.,!i( .,?t--,"' '--..f44 i " . "n "H I THE OHIOAGO EAGLE. Jf? I v J rt ffcr IB IH; Mil !! !il ft ?! I r I s K 5 t I Ft m m TRAVELING IN PEKSIA. Means Iffuoh Hard Work Great Discomfort. and tta Shah's i:tnplrc Ii Entirely Tflthoal i ajkllnar. Steamboat or Hood Hondo Uow Wealthy Wororn Journor frotu I'Isrsj to t'lar. ISpcclal Ml-aban f,tcrla Letter.) It Is dlfllcttlt (or thf average Amer ican to imagine n wholo bljr country en tirely devoid of rullrouiK steamers nnd ill other means of hx'Oinotlou save I 100 which wore already in vogue In l.ibllc.il tlays, I. e., on foot or on the lack of hore, mule, tloultey or ctunel. that, however, Is still the nuturtl condl lion of thlug In Persia, ns in some Other oriental countries. Added to this Is the further tllfllculty of the nlxcncc of jjood roads, navigable rivers, of bridges, etc., so that traveling In Per il Is, Indeed, not n pleasure, but a pleoe of very hard work. It may bo hard to believe, but It Is nn itbMiltite ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 8 December 1894

-"i"rTW vwwi"'' '&& wr . " THE OHIOAQO BAQLB 5 USES FOR OLD TRCCT OARS rople Who Wontta now Thf K.tr4 Without On In tha Backyard. Scores of articles have been writ ten telling what hecatuo of faithful, worn-out street-car horses, but rover yet has n newspaper stated where tho old street cars go. Ask llrlghton pcoplo, says tho Boston Evening Transcript. The backyardsout there aro full of them und every day tholr number Is Increasing. Strangers can not understand how so many of tho cars hao got off the track. It soems to them as if thero must have been a tldiil wavo which washed an j . . i the Cambridge cum into tho net town. Thero tho "Cninbrldiio Hall road" ,1s stranded) Its couches cast high and dry against sldchllls and Into hollows. What was to bo done with tho old curs? tho streot railroad companies asked thomsulvc; It would cint more to split them up than they would fetch for kindling. Hut Cam brldgo has a bright man named Stur tcvant While tho West Knd whs wondering if...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 8 December 1894

T7f'k-?ftff. -'-'l-1 - t Ta.wuw1; .. "v.. i (L . nvmpinnnnmHiiHK3 nni'Trt-TieMfWiimf iiiTrri"gii? ftitlill """" '-' "'"'"-- "7 , F7r"-'W"V it'TJ? ww r"!"! ';--?tfy!w,fn?v''.J'"' fiv i p.v 10 THE OHIOA.GO TZJLCL. 33. i lit- b if K IP ! R w 1' w ft In B h M s If II J I LUDLOW STREKT JAIL. HOW IT COMPARES WITH THE OLD DEBTORS' PRISON. 1t It Fairly Comfortable Place Nowadays, Although Thero Is No Bar In Its Conflntt, and Prisoners May Not Go Straw Riding or to the Thaatraa. It Is not so Ioiir ngo tlmt tho very mention of Ludlow" Street Jnll, In Xow York City, Mruck terror to tho hearts of persons who were not hi tho hnblt of pnyhu; their debts. No ono care,'.' sbotit being sent to tho jull, for It wns nover l.nown when they could get out. Under the statutes then ex isting, Imprisonment for debt was tho most tyrannical and merciless punishment known to tho law. If n creditor felt so dlsposea ho had tho right, under the law, to conllno his debtor during his natural life, in jail, the only...

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