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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 December 1894

HIOAGO EjOLE. ,.;. , ";c ,M L'SSBBbJiBBBBT ' '.tg'3BKfw, (HAS IflS 1 145 Dearborn St. FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY HATS and ' CAPS. A. SXJSOIAXO?Y. Alio THE NEWTON HAT The Correot Style (or Fall. CALL AND EXAHINE. 'X' JnL JAi THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank, Nortkwest Coner Malison and la Salle Sis., ghiczascd, - ITI Capital, - - $1,000,000.00 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. Personal Accounts Desired. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Sayings Deposits. BOARD OF DIRECTORS F. H. Head, Oeorge E. Wood, William J. Watson, Ferd W. Peck, Adolf Kraus, Joy Morton, S. A. Maxwell, Wm. Kent, C. T. Trego, T. H. Sheppard, Wm. Deering, S. A. Kent, V. A. Watklns, J. H. Pearson, C. T. Nash, E. I. Lobdell, O. B. Shaw. . B.BI JN0.I.HARK1NS -DKALZB W- e.s.lotiuco., BANKERS! I (IIVC Itm DVII. V6IP1IPV uvnii. nun minu iwiaiu, I fl H. & . Wishinctii ud D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 December 1894

e THE OHIO-A.OO BAOliB. I. to It l. IV TO THE OLD YEAR. geod-by, Old Wart While otbfr ring Tb Nw War Id, and loudly lm Of what delight nod peace 'twill bring, Ere the Ut tolling of the bell To the world noundctb thj- death-knelt I bid thee now a fond farewell Oood-bjr, Old Year! Qood-by, Old Year! While others rnUo To thy successor hymnn of praise, I'll thank thee for the by-cone day. Many a blessing hast thou brought. Many a aacred truth hast taught: Fruitful changes lime been wrought By thee, Old Year! Oood.by, Old Year! Should I alone Itemembcr thee when thou art gone, I'll thank thee for the cool thou'st don. Th world forgets the absent friend; To each new-comer doth It bend, And casts It off when near the end, Llko thee. Old Year! Good -by. Old Yearl Dott thou forget How men wltlajoy thy advent met? That praise the New Year liatlil but yet. When onee again Its reign Is o'er. The world It may be, as before. Wilt leave me to any once more, Good-by, Old Wart Warper's Young l'eople...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 December 1894

fW -W'' f f THE OHIOA.OO EJA.OJL.B. n-ifi '-ni ",-Tf'7Wr)-"'r'' uflMllFyrrf'''T,W'' o Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seneco. SENECO , P. HOLDASSA. ill ?VMH onicaao F. HOLBM & CO, Real Estate. 113 WmI Division Strut, f"5 - Irrroortant... i mmm a v -v hb Our stock of Foreign and Domestic PIECE GOODS in the city. Our make is the finest, $$ and prices reasonable. SUITS made to your measure from $30 to $60. j We invite your WM.H.WANAMAKER.Se V.t. J 4iKi4i(4(Kl4('N'4l N. .?. .41 I -'-. J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. TIE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. 1827 and 3839 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. Currier's European Hotel, 15 AND 17 SOUTH OLARK ST. 150 newly furnished rooms. Passenger elevator, steam heat and baths. One block irom City and County Building. Six principal theaters, one to thrse blocks. Rates, 50c, 75c and $1 per Bay; $2.50 to $5 per Week. ANNA HOUSE, 102 and 104 N. Clark St., corner India...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 December 1894

It? : J; t THE OHIOAQO EAGLE ts I' It y New England... Pianos QUALITY THE HIGHEST. TERMS THE EASIEST. PRICE THE LOWEST. THE MOST POPULAR PIANO MADE Demonstrated by the fact that more of them are sold annually than of any other make. SAMPLE LOT OF GHOSTS. Howard Fielding Solicits Ordoro from Psychical Roaearchors. New England... Pianos TO RENT AND FOR SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS Manufacturing the entire Piano enables us to make terms and prices to meet the wants of all, and you pav ONLY ONE PROFIT in dealing direct with THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD. It will pay you to call and investigate. New England Piano Co. lie Alwnjn Currlm Poll Stock of Clhotts, Drrama. lulon and Warning, All Fully Kqual In Quality t Tboia Her Ulrcn. FACTORIES: BOSTON, MASS. WARCROOMS iftioftj Waba.h Me.. CHICAOU. iut tnmont Street, BOSTON. oh rillli Memu. Ni:w YOUK. jii. in OTaf roil SI.. 5AN I HANCI5C0. 35th St., Cor. Calumet Ave. Telephone So. 807. The Grand Restaurant- Strictly respectable and first-cla...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 December 1894

ipQil0FyiiQW lsp'fm'mFfffTi'i i Mtiwroy; i g(H4ii v i u 3 ,v 1 '(r-rtr T THE OHIOAGO EAQLE. v5 VVMV Vt-Mi iTWi IIV -'j""kl5 ' 4iJ'(V , OUR FONDNESS FOR TITLES. "Military DcKluiiittlonn Plentiful nil lllucklirrrtcH. "Say," satcl tho "Kicker" to ft writer for tho New York Tribune, "don't tell tno that we Aincrlcans do not like titles. Why, ImtiK It, wo tloto on tltlei. Just see how umny of the rich Rlrls ?o .Running for titles nbroud nnd nre willing to accept broken-down specimens of huninnlty for litislmnds simply because they call thctnsclrcM dukes or marquises or counts or what not. Now, I don't menu to nay that wo Americans arc anxious to havo any orders of no blllty. But wo tnnke up for the lack of noblo names. Any sort of a title wo can get hold of Is used with a vengeance. Consider military designations, for Instance. Look over the lists of pcoplo who arc present nt any public function. The number of military men Is astound lug. Whcro do they come from? Tho war has been over ne...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 December 1894

tttlW?! Si-SiipS V-h-r y , ' - tr TT i -. ' dmJ. y,-. '' " 'l n ws-7Tt???r fmrjMsHK!iM, MWni-ninTf jwSSTSrTSnvEIT ( v . fWTJ -x ,fC 1 It : ft ft It iir.f fe 51 'It' ; i't AO SWEDEN'S GHEAT KLNG Bustavuo Atlolyhua anil tho Gron Work Ho Wrou?b the Three tlimilrnltli Annltrrr.irj- f !1l JJl.-tU to lie I'rlrtiritnl In All I'nrM or the Wurlil with Jtuili l'onip nml Clmimttanc. ISpcclal Lcttcr.1 This being an era of lu-ro worship It not surprising1 that tfreat prcp.irn '.lotiH are bolii luailo In Swollen, tf or nnny, Ktiluml ami othor lVotostiint uutitrics to celebrate the 300th mini icrsary of tlie birth of Unstavits Allotphtis, Ulujr of Sweden. hleh occurs l)e omlter I) of thU year. This monarch. familiarly luicwn as the "Lion of the North," was without doubt one of the greatest soldiers and leaders In the his tory of the world, and has well earned the sobriquet of "defender of the faith," bestowed on him by the Protestant church. Oustavus Adolphus was born at Stockholm December 0, 130l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 December 1894

ty" THS OHIOAGO 2B .A. O-Xi 23 . 11 BREWED OF THE IEST MALT Mil MM In Kiw anal seiepkeee WMt in. August Maritzen, Meet and Engineer OMce, Booms 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, Telephone 1633, EHSTFim WEISS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Cud Orden Prwnptly Attended To. 11 M ILEilw-auJsLee, "Wis. OFFICE II CHICAGO, Union and Erie Streets. vup: BOTTLING DEPiRTHEnT, 29 West Ohio Street Tfc43l2. m m it MilwaukM, Wis. MERRY DIHLEIIf, President ALFRED UIHLEIR, Superintendent Annual Capacity, 600,000 Barrala. SCHLITZ BR AU 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 IOIIIN, Silt liHIir far thi Trait, Okliiga. PM brewing mm mijlwatjtie:e:, wis. Largest Brewery in thg World. . . . .CHICAGO OFFICE. . . . Qarnir Duplalntt Mi Indiana Straits. We call your attention to our DATTI Cfl DCCDV iifferent brands of Dill I LCU DllKi FOR FAMILY USE-D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 December 1894

ut -ytvi'' - Hvc v"j3?r "r'V57"'A WBo'7WSP6w'7rwCTS"'' 'TKpiBT m ixn(ifl!!itm!! THE OHIOAOO KAQLE. 1r -t th H M ' B e I & 1 r I M Lumber Co. MsnuUelursrs and Dtattrs In LUMBER Latb and Shingles, Doors, Blinds And MOULDINGS. SjMmm 3l-33-3537 SCURK5T CORLAKESI f We have a choice stock of all kinds Dry Lumber, especially suitable for CITY TRADE, at the lowest market prices. MUbAUU 0 n ONER Fme Factory Sites .BB, -ABB' BBBSV BBBsV --BBBSW .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsVBBB sV bVIIbU 4LsbbbbbbPIHbsLbP OFFICE AND YARD, ASHLAND AV. AND 22D ST.. CHICAGO, ILL. Telephones: 9046 and 9032. ITO, E GOURTNET PrttM HIPCE E SCULLYVlGt FmMnC EOWIBD T. HOONAN 8KrttU CHIELES E He6RnTHTmtnr ttIilE8 W. 6RJ8GS litem nOMESTIC... BUILDING ASSOCIATIOH. imoi or noBSTAST, Rl$m 70, 176 Dearborn jt v lV ToiN.DoDnelly&Co. LOAN AND DIAMOND BROKERS ! 3s, 118 Morn Street OBL'JLOA.aO. :'tlt-hin und Jtwtttu ffjpaW. gBSraturiii . .ti riz ! )& tsWAKU w aj iiiiiftftnifltiCTCsiistflii-i. iffisi iH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

'jir-wi(ifyy'TWwey!i 73 w -ww . it ivsrw" ' sws& h "1 ? sj I- !f m T VOLUME XI. PEA-BOBIES ASP PIS HEM The Democratic Party Now In the Hands of Contractors andLeaders of Lodging-House Bums. The City Coal Contractor Just Beaten by Forty-nine Thousand Majority Is Chairman, While Every Third Assistant Toucher Is Close Beside Him at the Top Notch. Men Whose Campaign Expenses Were Paid by Contributions Forced from Poor City Employes Hiencl the Pai'ty that Thoy Outfit to Bo Made to Follow -But Jttnt Wait! There U no Democrat In Chicago good enough to be chairman of the committee which la to manage the next mayoralty, campaign. Evidently Adolf Kraua and Austin J. Doyle and Frank Wenter, and Harvey T. WeekH nnd Walter 8. Boglo and tho great army of good leaden the party had In Chicago In the past, have passed off the field. Only Prohibition Evanston can furnish a' leader for Liberal Chicago! Well, maybe the people will take kindly to this sort of thing, and maybe thoy won't. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

pfpsvt;F'svj3fipns 0$ 3C V.-Tfp- "H 3$tnr?'?ifiW)''v w 'wWTaiwfr-g ,V'Wii',t fv'j-iy-jtt vvt,W'w'",-v the ohioaqo S3A.o-ihs. It K ' 1 :iH 1 I m. i n if : K" K R I''H Federal, State,. Comity and City Officials. Wtlvrnl OMcltit. Collector of Cutoiu Mnrtln J. ltuell rtimiti'r. .Wellington Itc'liic Collector of Internal Itoetuie.. ,V. J. Jllio I'iiIHhI Strtto Mnrolml Jolm V. ArtioM riKtoiiinn r. s. litiiminc si. ii. iiniioy Chief IWiulli'e tupector...Jntne K. Stimrt SiilMrviiMirrr leloi 1'. riiolp Al'prtilvrtiftlio Tort 1'rnnk 0. ltojuo Mitt tuny I'linnonuor Hliillotln. PonrlNirn Station, l'otk ntul llcarlinrn Mrei't. Tin trulin of tlio following rotul loitu tlil Mutton: AtcLNoti. Topokn ntiil Saiitrt I o. Chlcnco ntul Y:nterti llllnuK i lili-nirn nml llrlo. riilraco nthl Uruiul Trunk. Viiliali. . ... Union Station. ntmt ntul Attain ntrcet. Tlio triiltii of tlie following rontl lenu ttiN tntlon: CliU-tigo, ItnrlliiKton nml Qulnoy. chli'iiKo. Slllwmikco nnd St. l'mil. C, SI. .V St. 1. tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

Jtr' ' 'w' " " i i-s . .v. i'i A,)f-,i""r" ' i i in f-' THJU OHIOAGO S3A.Gt-iLfZG. a iflB !rS v,. t n rtf i '- k. JLWURI F CI Superior Court Judges. JOS. E. GARY, Chief Justice. HENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE STEPHEN D. Circuit Court Judges. M. F. TULEY, Chiel Justice. R. S. TUTHILL. R. W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. O. H. HORTON. County JUDGE CLERK ...... .......i ....................i Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY S. L. LOWENTHAL Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLD6. VifflSn CHICAOO. SMBAIM DAKMIMO. THOMAS A. BAKNIMO. THOMAS F. SHBB1DAX. Banning&BanniDg&StiBritlan COUNSELORS AT LAW MID SOLICITORS OF PATENTS. ratente, Trade-Harks and Copyrlfbta. 527-532 Temple Court, 225 Dearborn St TELEPHONE MAIM H. CHICAOO. CMS. H. MITCHELL Attorney at Law. PUACTICKH IS ALL TUB COUUTH. 10W niu! 1WJ Unity llulldlnx, 79 Dearborn Street, OHIOAOO. Tia.Kl'HONE MAIN 3U7S. JO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

iSimrw;'T hw Ti" -f"r l H" wn wvww-- -(wwnryfWgff 'WMWIirS! i. ! it,, i-' ttl)f tf liicaco &afllt PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newspaper, Fearless and Truthful. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. S2.W PER YEAR JU'PBrM ALL COMMrMCAtlola TO HENRY r. DONOVAN, Editor and Proprietor, 17, M, l. M 5oatk Jllirwfl Strttt. Cklttp. EnUrtd at Ihs Poitofflce at Chicago, Illinois, M cond-cl matltr. The Eagle's CIRCULATION A.VmA012l( 43,642 Papers EVERY WEEK IN THE YEAR. NOTICE. The Eagle can bo ordered at Chas. Macdonnld fc Co.'s literary ouiporlutu and book store, 55 Washington street, and at all first-class news stands throughout tho West. OUR SPRINGFIELD BUREAU. : The Eaolk will maintain a Bureau at Springfield this winter In order to keep its readers well posted on tho work of the two branches of tho Legislature, as well as on the political situation and the various phases of tho Senatorial light. ONE VIEW OF IT. We do not hear ho much about the cut ting of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

HIOAOO HJO-LHl. sss TUB O k'r 'lav jbbbbfbv-'v&w A'2w.jaiBBBl'BBwiPf'y'C rMjragg fgaEEATONEEEEj 111 IS ira i 145 Dearborn St. PULL LINE OF HOLIDAY HATS and CAPS. Umbrellas, Caoes and Gloves A. SPECIALTY. Alio THE NEWTON HAT The Correot Style (or Fall. CALL AND EXAMINE. JNOJ.HARKINS THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank, Mi est Corner Madison and La Salle Ik, Capital, - - $1,0)0,000.00 Surplus, . - 150,000.00 O.B.SHAW President P. H. HEAD Vice President J.R. CHAPMAN Cashier W.L.MOYER Assls. ant Cashier Under Slate Supervision. Transacts a General Banking Business. Persona Accounts Desired Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Sayings Deposits. BOARD OF D1RECTORS-F. H. Head, George E. Wood, William J. Watson, Ferd W. Peck, Adolf Kraua, Joy Morton, a A. Maxwell, Wm. Kent, C. T. Trego, T. H. Bheppard, Wm. Deerlng, S. A. Kent, V. A. Watkina, J. tt-Pearson, C. T. Nash, E. X Lobdell, O. B. Shaw. Fort Dearborn National Bank j.. U. S. Government Depository. CAPITAL, - - $500,000 SURPLUS, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

Zrw?m&&W(U -MMiw -' T-VV 1'nJ, , THE OHIOOO ESACSHjE. K if i It .5 f wra nosfi suk gave. Thl the tto lui j:vp to me, With it- crim-oti tip ! Rwl n. nny roe houltl lo, ltn ltt toiKluMl her 1Ijm. Anil w 1th oomrthhit; of hor srncc, Atul tho beauty of lu-r fnce. Thl the rop ho finvo to me, IMooiiuhI where pomMi trliiiN tlr Hlil it, honey from the bee. For the lip. of her I Through lotix ility illquleteil For tho-e llp to Mm it red I This the roe Mie jjne to me; Never ro so veot I Here the heart of springtime ce T.ean, nml hear it beat 1 Life, nml nil lt meloily In tho roe she ruvo to me 1 Atlnutn Cuii-tltutlon. T.1IK CAUSK. It yum Fnlr Day In Anthcon, In County Cork, nml the town, for tho nonce, was given over to pigs, geeso and pensnntry. Tho market squnro was a medley of grunting, noisy ani mals ntul rickety carts with nondescript horses, their owners tho while quietly smoking their pipes, or gathered In loud argument outsldo tho little taverns. omen witn bare...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

BJBJBjBlBlBlaWIIIBBaaa 5?"-'rvw )""'!' y',l!(i!JW''",' 1w?nrWws'yYs",f"lW"Tt7Trw iprWi(M,r'v',"i"',,'''t" 7"r aF afcgai m 'aaBBaaaaiaaa Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison and Halstcd Sts., Chicago. C. W. Seneco. SENECO v P. IltLBAMA. fc-tl" '.Maaaaaa. Cnlcaao F. Q0LBASS& & CO, Real Estate. 113 Wut DivitlM Strut, Vtb $$$34$$3$&t$3 Important... 1 Our stock of Foreign and Domestic f PIECE GOODS is one of the largest & in the city. Our make is the finest, f and prices reasonable. SUITS made C to your measure from $30 to $60. "We invite your inspection. WM.H.WANAMAKER,SS?,ttS! fr4l&$$sH&$ J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. TEE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. $827 and 3329 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. Currier's European Hotel, 15 AND 17 SOUTH OLARK ST. 150 newly furnished rooms. Passenger elevator, steam heat and baths One block from City and County Buil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

" " " '"'&' JtyltflTtrmh(rp.ik, Cf!f . w-vkvtCj. '.f-.j.ni:T1-iii?!wiWI!I? . ; '' THE OIHLXO.A.O'O E3A.GHL.E3. i.?. 1 5 ? I New England... Pianos QUALITY THE HIGHEST. TERMS THE EASIEST. PRICE THE LOWEST. THE MOST POPULAR PIANO MADE Demonstrated by the fact that more of them arc sold annually than of any other make. MOVING A. TOWJr. EVERY HOUSE TO BE CARTED AWAY ON WHEELS. New England... Pianos TO RENT AND FOR SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS. Manufacturing the entire Piano enables us to make terms and prices to meet the wants of all, and you pay ONLY' ONE PROFIT in dealing direct with THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD. It will pay you to call and investigate. New England Piano Co. FACTORIES: OSTON, MASS. VARERO0M3 161064 Wabash Ave, CIHCA-dO. joo Tremant Street, I10STON. OH rilth Acnue, NI!V YORK. jo-jo OTorrell St., SAN FRANCISCO. Tha "Vosntotlve Half-Mlla Journey of New York VMIa--A Wholapal Eviction. Tim work of grading for tho nw village of Ivrttontilt will bo begun In a f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

w I v wvyyi'.yitiaffr "MiMMf wyyFjWM-g ?w r Y W,-MfFr'r ;.. .- r tww- , thej ohioago eaole. v WAGE PAID BY RAILROADS. Tkejr Range All the Vfay from 90,000 a Tear Down to tMOO. We hear a lot of talk nowadays about the princely salaries of railway men, ays tho St Louis Globe-Democrat, but the last report of the New York Central Road does not seem to offer great In duccments to desert n successful mercantile or profcslonal business o hunt for passengers or hunt up freight It la true that there nro slxty-nlno general officers who average f 0,030 a year, with which most of us could worry along very well. But as an offset to these there are 1,350 locomotive engineers averaging $1,220 each, and this Is the class drawing the highest average pay when the general officers nro omitted. Conductors average $001 apiece, $1 more than tho previous year. The gen eral office clerks hnvo $808 each, and then come tho employes on the floating equipment, who have $704 each; they aro really mariners rathe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

i49mimii& t&r&&ktiiWim ' SJAiti m "I? ' ' 'T-fww w'V??5r5?!?!5Mf5?5" 'iviw.''Jf' .! i f I x ;,T 1. to l f s 1 ? 1 V1 irow svua)ksaui:pi:. EATING UNCLE ARRANGEMENTS ON SAM'S WARSHIPS. THE OHIOAQO BAQ. 33. The Captnln Tohos His Meals Alone. Officers Most Toolbar. Sub ntantlal Fare for the Men. Tho tablo on ii wnr-lilp Is conducted ti well n iniy mid hotter tlinu mot hotels which nro called first vim. There nro live messes on hoard ship, four of which nro ollleor' messes, and the other Is called the ship's company nie. A captain ut a nrlvntn inliln li find jnlMiorse nro nlmost unknown now, and salt wnt or eolloo has long boon done away with. Tho olllcors" tnlilo faro Is very cood, and tho faro of tho crew, though plain, Is healthy, and tnhlo life at sea Isn't such a bad thing after all. Xew York Sun. CHICKEN RAISING. The ON Man Shown the Young One Its Danger. An elderly man and a young tnnn were sitting on the veranda conversing. "i os," ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

- ; -J"v " , ioMjr'-s WVt ! wo JVTi rr-TW'"T' THE OHIOAGO 23 JL O-3Li S3 . 11 PvJ77- v$ 'jvwrw ' ' t.6f f x i )r nT3 7M ffryip rvw" 1 MEWEI tF THE KST MALT AM MM In Koep ana) Valokeaa Waat 1H. August Maritzen, iiclect and Engineer m aia laitsun Mta, Eoonu 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, Ttlephons 1633, 1 SAM CIGARS! 311 312 Ashland Block, OHIOAOO, ZXaXt. Retail Branch, 61 Ml US Lil-w-a,-u.:fcee, Wis. OFFICE IK CHICAGO. Union anil Erie Streets. BOTTLfflG DEPARTHEHT. 29 West Ohio Street Tfm43l2. m m an MilwauJsM, Wis. HEHRY UIHLEIN, President ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent Annual Capacity, 600,000 Barrala. SCHLITZ BRAU Now appear the latest and best product of the celebrate) Joseph Schhtz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadi Barley Malt and Finest Bohemian Hops. EDWARD UIHLEIN, Manager, Chicago, CORNER UNION AND OHIO STREET!. W. L IOMIN, $! littl.r fr thi Trait, Ohltafa. PM BMffl WAIT MIL - WALJI XaiirgMt Brw)ry in th World. . . . .CHICAGO OFFICE. . . . OirMr Dnplali.il awi In.lMi Struts. IUXt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 December 1894

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