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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

r?v THE CHIOAQO EAOLE 11 ' :' ill llli MMaB0BBBTBBr5BiBTBBBjBTeTBy 'iCIf iKkMEm 1 JPaUHojis) .risss&BBBBBBBBBBBJviHniiiPfiik TM HnvJl. " M. --x ...,.- ., L4M if-m -JT JUj ,,5"V r "vr w 'm B.i I ,. FM "r " V-," .yw -"' BREWED OF THE IEST MALT AM Id In Kege antf Telephone Wait ISt. III II' " aBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB i NeBBBBBBBBBl lsla1iBBBBBBBlBBl NBBBN r.;iWJ.fl?-9W5rKrtr'rm?!'- j flfcKJt kv... ',w,'-- ,''",!''fr'"Br.y77.i-BBBtteTiB 'sttKfxti & y& August Maritzen, Meet and Engineer fc Brawers m mm Olce, Rooma 40, 42, 44, 40, 48, No. 177 La Salic St,, Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1833, ERNST JXLJ WEISS BEER! 60 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. m Mlil-wa.-ulc.ee, "Wia. OFFICE n CHICAGO, Union and Erie Streets. alaplxoua B0TTLOI6 DEPAHTMEHT. 29 f est Ohio Street TtiM3l2. HKNRY LEES. Manager. MM Ml Mil MilwaukBt), Wis. HENRY UIHLEIN, President ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent. Annual Capacity, 600,000 Barrele. SCHUTZ BR AU Now appear the latest and best pr...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 24 March 1894

"iPJTp'v jh.-' vj " -;-'" "V-- " "-"i ' ,"r" f"'n; " !uTJ7r," 'J'fi " THE OKIOAO'O EAGLE, HARTLEY For 17 Years at 309 pr'aalson St., Successor to BRAND, Free Factory Sites S&nttw5 ifKTl m 1 ;.S?: rfsa 9?" k t i i i 15 V h It li r t b & &U8S .!? ?.i? v3trvivs" i&SL&t Nasfcvs 8 M. rl HARTLEY .tans artlst3 specially trained in catching baby smiles, and his ba by portraits ore wonderfully clear, natural and beautiful, and only $2.00 Ptr Dozin lor tho very best possible to pro duce. We have the best operators obtainable, and use nothing but tho very best of material. And We Will Wap $5,000 that THEY CAN NOT BE EX CELLED at ANY PRICE. Open ovory Sunday from 9 to 4 o'clock. HARTLEY SUCCESSOR TO BRAND 210 and 212 Wabash Are. I M Lumber Co. Manufaolurtrs and Oei'trt In LUMBER Lath and ingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds And MOULDINGS. 31-33-3537 SCIARK ST. C0HIAKE5T. mm MSHG ClflllB! THE INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF CHICAGO. F. S. PEABODY, President CHICAGO, ILL. Iff. E. ROBINSON, Vice P...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

"WK -'...''" sv .1 ft j-j INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." '- A 'I ,.-' VOLUME IX. 1 IS A USEFUL Ml! Ill John Powers Has Ser?ed His Hineteenth Ward CoDstituents Faithfully for Six Tears. From All Apptaraneu Ht Will Sirvi Thtm Equally at Faithfully for Anothor Torm. A Record of His Services in the City Council No Alderman Has Better. A committee of 500 loading busi ness men and citizens of tbo Nine teenth Ward has Issued the follow ing address to the citizens of that ward in favor of Alderman John Powers: The third successive term of your able representative In the City Coun cil, John l'ower, Is about to expire, and at the earnest request of many of our most Influential cltlzons, ho has finally consented to again appear before you as a candidate for re-election. During his six years' service as Alderman, he has been most faithful to the trust reposed in him, and has well subserved the interests of thoso who sent him there, and a hearty re tvrnto bit seat, would be a fitti...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

B"jH'Jytiili-'' fwiiumi&v!!vv!- " ''!'', tf . , -' ( T" ,rt.' cTWfH".VJv,' ; rsPM.rr'i " ? V W "" -fT rn m ft M THE OHIOAGO EAGLE. '"wmwwwuvwfn t"-- hf ! State Central Committee. BIPUDLICJLX. eadqnartete Chicago. Chairman J. It. Clark. Secretary T. N. Jamlcton. Treaaorcr K. O. Kettn. . J At Large-Edwatd II. Mortis, Chicago: Iloat en Singleton, Decatur. Mattlct. 1 T.N'. Jamison, Chlcnao Z Jatnea Ij. Monagnan, Chicago I James II. llurke, Cblciiio James l'casc, Chicago 1 W. H. Frailer, Aurora Oeo. 8. Hotter, llockrord I J, EVutler, Merllna S Tuo. C. r'ullerton, Ottawa J. II. Wilson. Hickman to l.C. Kird.. l'eorla 11 ...V. II, Mainline Macomb 3 A. I'. Urnut, Wltichontor 3...,,,.. Lincoln Unbolt, Hi rliwrlcld W. F. Calhoun. Decjtur 1 James 11. Clark. Mattuun le .....A. It. Jono, lotilnou 1? D. M. Clark, Vandalta IS J. 1). Mcailck, Kant St, l.ouls lv.... Jamcn . Martin. Halcm W. C. S. llhca, JUriuu DEMocn ITIC. Itednnarter Clilcnc. Chairman Dclos 1'. Phelps. Hecietary Tlioo. Nclmiu. T...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

tfrmTlMp9W v , WT" fl 'i TKH OHIOAaO EAQLE. '"W'wyi I I t l sr I &' tY 3 I r h JHDICIABY OF COOK COUNTY. 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. U. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. SAMUEL P. MoCONNELL. R. S. TUTHILL. B. W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County JUD3E CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK .' SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, 1203 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. TtLtPHoxt Main hot. DAVID SULLIVAN, A.T LAW. 87 Washington Street, Balt41l)30. United CHICAGO, ejtatta Expreta Oulldlog, M. J. DUNNE. AttorneyanflCouiiSolor JLT LAW. loom 302, CMcaio Opera Home B1&, Clark and Washington Ste., ClIICAflO. PECKHAM& BROWN, Attorneys and Counselors AT LAW. 617 First National Bank Building, CHICAGO. telephone Conn.ollon. IIRIDOI HANICY. HANECY fJEORQI P. MIRRICK. MERRICK, Attorneys and Counselors. 108 DEARBOR...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

THE OHIOAGO EAQL.E. h I) tlje Chicago f ajjlt nsusxbd xyxby atubda.y -T- HENRY F. DONOVAN. Independent Political Newspaper) Fearless and Truthful. UBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.00 PER YEAR. Address U communication! to HENUY V. DONOVAN, EJUor nod Proprietor, ST, i, VI ntul a 8. JctTcrum tttcct. latere d at the Poatofflce at Chicago, III, m etcond-claet matter. Mod in the city ai coity of any paper THE 8PIRN0 CAMPAIGN. Refore Tub Eaolk again reaches Its readers tho spring campaign will bo over, and Chicago will have onco again (union ull signs fail), demon strated tho fact that it Is a Demo cratic city. In tho towns and tho wards nil the indications point to a sweeping Dem ocratic victory. Tho Mayor, true to his own party, has refused to bo cajoled by will-o'-the-wisp "movements" and "federa tions'' and bas openly and boldly de clared himself in favor of tho Dem ocratic nominees and candidates all over tho city. Tbo prestige of tho Mayor has thrown life and vigor into tho cam paign, and in tb...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

fn THE CHICAGO EAGLE. i iA ' ft ?, ; Ml x MY LADY'S DRESSING TABLE. WomH A CfcrmlB New Design Which Ornament Any Itoudolr. It is many years that poets hare sung of their lady lores sitting before their dressing-tables, adding delicate touches to the beauty of which both the lady and her lover were so proud. says the Housewife But surely no prottlcr background for the scene which they picture could bo Imagined, than a charming little dressingburcau, a new design. Around the white enameled table, a simple affair, but in fine taste are three short brass rods fastened to the wall. Over these throo rods and at the back Is arranged a drapery of figured white muslin, edged with a soft frill ot lace. At the sides Just on a' IotoI with the top of the table tho drapery Is caught bank by a cord and tassels, but It would be fully at picturesque and feminine in the po sition It Is to occupy if tied back with ribbons. Fastidious persons, who dislike to havo any of their toilet articles out in the...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

i" 'if r t THHS OHIOAQO BAGLll i. FOR THE EAGLE. A Collation of News from All Over the World. A Fust it Political, CHMtrclil tri In Mil liUWtiHH, TMrntMf SKM dr EkIi RiKhrt. llaron Hurled In Putter's Held. " At St Loul an Austrian nobleman wal fcurtod In tho potter' field Thursday. Descended from an lltuitrloui family and with tne secret of a strango crime la his breast, llugo, Baron von Laudon, died without tbo commonest necessaries of 'Ifo In that city Weduosdsr. Gen eral Laudon, tho renowned Austrian warrior, who fought against Fred erick tho Great, was one of the ancestors of the unfortunate man, and a number of other famous Austrlans belong to tho same gcucalogtcal tree, Uugo Ton Laudon had been In America n little more than two years. According to tho story of the de ceased ho fled from Russia, to escape tho consequences of a murder he was supposed to have committed there. Ho owned vast estates In that country bat was afraid to tetum and claim them. EARNINGS Of TUB HAllWAYS. V...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

-r-Trr""'5wrr" rv .-" t vrvm,- tv yjiaJ ' &&- " T-- - .,.lt(.(m?f .. ,.. ... ii i t ltW&?r t THE OHIGAGO E3 .A. Q Ij EJ . I ft ft ii WJ "w .H IREl-IAlL Clothiers, Hatters & MM? Northwest Cor. Madison . W. Seneeo. SENECO , P. KMLiAMA. onicaao P. WML & CO, Real 113 Wnl Division Strait, JA1 1 MILL & COL ESTIMATES FURNISHED Otf ALL KINDS OF WORK. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO. j. dAnieLs. H. DANIELS. TEE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, Proprietors. 3827 and 3829 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. tron 347 E. Division St,, Opp. Market St Chicago. Mire, fai'i Stows anil Bedding SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS Ato the' iLbwast Cash Fri'c&kf JOE F. iLlES PLMl CO. 233 art 236 Lincoln Avenue. Sanitary Plumbing, Gas Fitting and Sewerage. Man ufacturers of Gas, Electric arid1 Coriibi-' nation-Fixtures. "JEWEL" GAS STOVES AND RANGES, GUS COLLIANDER'S Sampl e N. E, OOR. OAK AND SEDGWICK STS, Imported and Domestic Wines, Beer, Liquors and Cigars, especially t...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

' ' j-j'-r-nj.w THE OHIOAOO EAGLE, I" V LtOHT PROM FRICTION. a &irBlMcnt Lump Mar )M Made to Glow Without Current. A most peculiar ana interesting phenomenon may bo produced from the ordinary Incandescent lam), in which a considerable illumination of gs' rtavne.l. the whole Interior of the lamp can be produced for a very short tlmo without having the lamp connected to any source of current by wires, etc. This Interesting experiment nay be performed in any one's parlor without any appurtenances other than an incandescent lamp, a dark ened room and mechanical power in the shape of two unobstructed hands. The lamp is grasped about as shown In figure 1, at its lower end, with tho thumb and first Anger of tho other hand partly and gently encircling the bulb of the lamp at its upper end Dot holding the lamp so firm as to riociu X not enable the right hand to rapidly move the lamp up and down through between the thumb and first finger of tho left hand, in the meantime holding tho left ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

f -i tr- , fW V -"j? ,- THH. OHIOAGO E3A.O-LH3. fr L.r . --' ; - k I!' &$. Ei 2 1 WILLIAM T. MAYPOLE, Regular Democratlo Nominee 13th Ward. Win, T. Maypole, a largo property owner and one of tho heaviest tax payers in tho Thirteenth Ward, will undoubtedly represent his ward In the Council after April 4th, 1804. William T. Maypole, of 185 Park avenue, thirteen years a resident of tho Thirteenth Ward, for twenty years a member of the firm of Maypole Bros., on South Canal street, is President of Sheet Metal Manufacturers' Association, mem bcr Builders and Traders' Exchange, President Lake Street Social Club, member Ashland Club, member Chi cago.Commandcry, member Medlnah Temple. Mr. Maypole is a success ful business man, a thorough gcntlo- nan of much ability and force of character, a man whoso business rec ord is a proof of his ability and a guarnntco of his integrity. Ho should receive tho vote of every thoughtful voter of the Thir teenth. Ho Is assured of tho support of many of ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

r '" """-Ar.' 'ftr'J 10 THE OHIOAQO B3JLO-3LiB3. The P. Scboenbolen Brewing Co. EXPORT EDELWEISS HOFBRAU. SalvatorT ,.Ail &!,. iT ''?" !-i pfi XHUHHKHHHhq ft - ' , M Corner Canalport Avenue and Eighteenth St, Chicago TELEPHONE CANAL 9. J. A, BARTINE, Prop. fa- Open Day and Night. ff 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 BUILSINO. LAKE VIEW HEADQUARTERS! FRANK A. BAEB, Sample Room. 1341 North Clark St., corner Dewey Ct. Hotel "Pilsen. RESTAURANT AND BUFFET. 9 yOITA & STAINER, Prop'rs, ill ami 112 East WaihliigtM St., mar Ith av., Ohlitp. 1 tzt i irrrrrw "" Ciiagjs OHUtontrJhtm. j FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AGENT J. n. Cotter Old nenerre, mi M.oo J. R. Cotter Pnre Old nye,18?... 4.00 J. B. Cotter Bourbon, Ml 3.00. W. H. UoBrkrer Old Uootboo.,.. e.eo Bprtiif IlUt Old Bourbon , s.w Andtrton Old Doorbon.....! j...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

7. - ir; -r ' I1" 1 - "if THE OHIOAO-O JAQLE, 11 i f .i'i i i ryiff lllffmKK mffmWm mUwUwMm. JSiaKexataaaaaaaaaaapMTaaaaankaplaBKL . .U--J-, . .' 'iii.',:-ea-rjoir-jv-i:ii.w.w v " l" btifirnvi PHaaaakflF: liVbll b r I ' rWQi10-0 BKWEI IF THE IEST MALT MM CHOKE KfORTEl HS Ml In Kea anal lettta. August Maritzen, Meet and Engineer for Brewers ana Maltsters Ofice, Booms 40, 42, 44, 40, 48, No. 177 La Sailo St., Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1633, ERNST American Brewing Go. lorthAshlanil irenne, IfflBlWBwsiAtXlaF HortbAshland Irenne, , 13. O- COLUMBIAn MINNEHAHA Brandt of Lagar Baar. BRKWBR8 OF THB I KIORABL BHAXD. PlM. Y1KQII. M. BBAKD. ! rreat. UCO SBHBT. Baaf. MUDOLPH BHAHD, Traaa. Ii Sill III I TBLtPMONI ft. 1)1 FECKER BREWING n 871 to 8t7 Dudley Street, femrBlmiaHaleRese, CHlOAQa, ILL. BREWERS OF "OHICAQO BRAU." "GABDEN OTTT BRAIL lain fllce, 684 to 706 Sedgwick St, Chktg . WEISS BEER! 50 Clyde St. Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. I 111 111 II Mill BREWERIES: MICHAEL BRAND, BAItTHO...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

K -, j-j. J J t , t1 V "l - i T ' T j - v A 4 t , Ww" 11ILJ (t-i A i FwFrtm Sites I ! tkum- m 1 V r HHkB1 V IfTT; -9 mmWw saL?"asF k ? ' HA 3 1 -33 -35 37 5 CLARK ST COR. LAKE ST lWlllK 1 t' ll.. "W" BaaaaaaaaK. aVSBVSBVBSM WflKBWSrB' BBaVBBnnnnjaasnnnnnnnn-a---V aanananananani aananananananS S asnananBS) i .-fll '( mem HARTLEY has artists specially trained lb catching baby smiles 'and his ba. by portrait are wonderfully dear, natural and beautiful, and only $2.00 Per Urn for the very best possible io pro duce. We have the best operators obtainable, and use nothing but the yery best of material. And' wi mil wmr $5,000 that THEY CAN MOT BE EX CELLED at AMY PRICE. Open every Sunday from flfto 4 o'olock. HARTLEY (lUCCEaORTOBRilD) S10 and 218 Wabash A?e. n R Lumber Co. 1 aasssssswri st4 lulsri Is LUMBER Latfi and Stipes, Aifd MOULDINGS. WahavaaoholoaatockafaH klmM Dnr Lumbar. momwHv aultaMa for CITY TMDI, at IH IOW9M nMVKM pnOMa omci A1T9 TABS. mm to. m m si CHICAGO, ILL. Telephones: 80...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 March 1894

iv 'tf THE OHIOAGO EJ .A. O 2Li HS . HARTLEY Fsr 17 Ttin it 30) Uillsoii St., Successor to BRUNO, M 212 Wabash Ay. HARTLEY has artists specially trained In catching baby smllesand his ba by portraits are wonderfully clear, natural and beautiful, and only $2.00 Ptr Doztn for the very best possible to pro duce. We have the best operators obtainable, and use nothing but the very best of material. And We Will Wtpr $5,000 that THEY CAN NOT BE EX CELLED at ANY PRICE. Open every Sunday from 9to 4 o'clock. HARTLEY ( SUCCESSOR TO BRAWD ) 210 mid 212 Wntmsh Ave. ii m Lumber Co. Massfaetsrert tmi Dealers In LUMBER Li anil Sifc pMm, F. S. PEABODT, President CHICAGO, ILL. Iff. E. ROBINSON, Vioe President BUFFALO. XT. T. Peabody Coal Company, Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. XL E. BEEBE, Secretary CHICAGO, ILL. JOHN D. ADAMS, Treasurer CHICAGO, ILL. W. M. H0YT COMPANY, WHOLESALE GROCERS! nOPOBTIBI AMD JOBBIM OF TEAS In. 1, 3, 5, 1 & 9 Mm An. ail 1 to 9 lira street And MOULDINGS. We have a choi...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

fAk fJB cTljicaoiii Cr taolr k t r- ' mr. i ,- INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME IX. CHICAOO, SATURDAY, APRIL 7. IWM-'IWELVK 1'AiJES. NUMBER 235. Uv I . THE THD1MT F LAW. That Is the Recognized Title of the Great Mooney ft Bolind Detect- ire Agency. lis Canir Hat Bun Out Long Siriitif Sue- oittii ta thi DiUotim f Crimi. An Interesting Sketch of Its Justly Famous and Able Western Manager, Mr. William J. Sutherland. Secrecy challenges curiosity. What ever Is shrouded In mystery Invari ably awakens Investigation. Tho Iron grating of n prison door stops tho passer-by and arouses speculation and Interest Tho clanging gong of tho police patrol, the foaming horses and the lice ting gllaipso of tho man acled culprit will always halt tho hurrying throng of tho street nnd elicit unanswered interrogations. Tho forbidding criminal court, where tho question of liberty or imprison ment Is tho lssucr inspire awo and idle interest And thus the word "detective" has ever seemed shro...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME IX. CHICAGO, SATUHDAY, AVRIL 7. laiU-'IWKLVK 1'AiJES. Nl'MIWU 285. A TUE TMMDERBOLT OF LAW. That Is the Recognized Title of the Great Hooney & Boland Detect- i?e Agency. Its Carnr Hat Bun Ont Long Strinof Sue- cisstt in thi Dttection of GrimOp An Interesting Sketch of Its Justly Famous and Able Western Manager, Mr. William J. Sutherland. Secrecy challenges curiosity. What ever Is shrouded In mystery Invari ably awakens Investigation. Tho Iron grating of a prison door stops tho passer-by and arouses speculation and Interest. Tho clanging gong of tho police patrol, tho foam Inn horses and tho Meeting gllmpso of tho man aclcd culprit will always halt tho hurrying throng of tho street and elicit unanswered Interrogations. The forbidding criminal court, where tho question of liberty or Imprison ment la tho Issue, Insptro awo and Idle Interest. Anil thus the word "detective" has over seemed shrouded In distinguished mystery. Writers ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

THE OHIOA.O-0 EAO-I-iE. I ttata Oatral Commute. BtrVBLICAX. danaHcr Chlcaco. hatrmaa-J. H. Clark. eretary t. n. jamieton. raaartr t:. a. Kith. At Lartt-Edward II. Morris, Chicago; Hous M 8tnleton, Dtcatnr. District. i ) i ..jamieion, imcaco Jamts Ij. Monaaban, Chicago iames iii nunc, voicsko t ..larata rcase, cnicaao o. rraxitr. Aurora f J. P. Utley, burling Thos. C. Kullcrton, Ottawa 9.. ...a...... J. II. Wllann. fllikmati ueu. d. nopfr, uocaiora $ t.C. Edward!, l'eorla ....W. II. Halnlln. Macomh . ...A. 1'. Oront. Winchester Lincoln Dubois, rHrlntllt! W. P. Calhoun. Decatur ...James II. Clark. Mattoon ltIIIMllIMl a.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .......... ................... ..A. II. Jonii. Ilnhlnsnn 11 l. M. Clark, Vandatla U J. 11. McKlck. Kast Bt. Loula JamtsH. Martin. Halcm l W. C. 8. Rhea, Marlon demociutic. Headquarter Chicago. Chairman Dcloa 1. l'helpa. gectctarjr Tlito. Nelson. Treasurer V. II. Htinion. At Larue Delos 1'. rtielii. Monmouth: Pam el B. Chase. Ctiliaio: J. i: Mahony, Chica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

-r THE OHIOA-Q-O Ea-LE. JBDIC1ABY OP CODK COUNTY. Superior Court Judges. JOS. E. GARY, Chief Justice, HENRY M. SHEPARD. THEODORE BRENTANO. HENRY V. FREEMAN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. JOHN B. PAYNE STEPHEN D. Circuit Court Judges. U. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. SAMUEL P. MoCONNELL. R. S. TUTHILL. X. W. OLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE. ELBWDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. FRANK J. GAULTER, Clerk. County JUDGE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK.' SHERIFF STATE'S ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, 1802 ASHLAND BLOCK, Chicago. TKumox Maim wn. DAVID SULLIVAN, A.T LAW. 87 Washington Street, .it.4i-, united i nurnkfin ftalea Ktprtts IllDUaiDf. WUAVAWVI M. J. DUNNE. AttorneyanflConiisilor JLTi LAW,, toci 302, Cliicaio Ojera Howe Bill, Clark aad Washington Ste., viiitAno. PECKHAM & BROWN, Attorneys and Counselors AT LAW. ill First National Bank BnlliiiBi, CHICAGO. Mtpfcon Connection. tUWMI HANICY. HANECY SIOHQI P. MIRMCK. MERRICK, Attorneys and Counselors. 108 DEARBORN STREET, Ho'jou 1113, TAXUBMiim. CHIOAGO. LOUIS KISTLER. At...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

THE OHIOA.OO EAGLE. Ct)e Chicago (ffaglt WVKMWKD ZTXAT tATXTBDAT -T- HENRY F. DONOVAN. Am Independent Political Newspaper Fearles and TruthfuL INSCRIPTION RATES, $2:00 PER YEAR. Addrtte all communication to HENRY F. DONOVAN, Editor and Proprietor. ?, w, VI and M S. Jer?cron Strcet. atered at the Pottoffle at CstMfo, 111.. at aecond-claM matter. Largest weekly circu lation in lie city and county of any paper THE SPRING ELECTION. The result or the elections Just held In tho different towns and wards of tho city Is, under tho circum stances, fairly satisfactory from every point of view. While neither party can lay claims to victory, good men as a rule have been elected to office. That the Democrats made as good a showing as they did was to have been expected, as Chicago is normally overwhelmingly Demo cratic. Some political observers profess to be surprised at it, however, the cause of their astonishment bolng based upon the general tide of Republican victory now rising throughout the ...

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