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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

THE OHIOAQO EJ .A. O-Ii EJ . it DESTROYING THE OUflRENOY.f low Mutilated Money Is Disposed ot and the Circulating; Medium Hrnewed. Nearly every working-day In the vcar, nt about two o'clock In tho afternoon a queer procession may bo seen threading its way through cer tain dark corridors of the United States Treasury itulldlng. Tho pro cession starts from tho Redemption Division of tho Comptroller of tho Currency, proceeds down tho long corridor to the southwestern (light ot stairs, nnd then descends to the sub basement. Then It marches along another corridor u short distance,anrl suddenly turns Into a largo room, in which Is a steam engine and a hugo Iron tank. This procession represents all tho authority of the National Banks lie nompllon Agency. The room in whlcb It comes to a halt contains the machinery for tho destructions of worn nnd mutilated currency. The tank referred to is In reality a big steel reservoir into which steam Is introduced. It Is provided with a grinding apfnra...

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

THEJ CHIOAQO SAOLiB. FOR THE EAGLE. Collation of News from All Over the World. A Fuel tf NMtlca), CMMKlat Ml Ht ral MtlllpMf , TfeerMCMf Ktttl to Etcta RHirt. Will ,lutlc? II Thwarted? Judge Ifaetlnln nt Cklc.igo granted a further stay of execution to Asastti l'ren dergast Wednesday under circumstances As dty lo exciting than when, at tbe fatuous midnight sitting, ha snatched the lajrer of the lato nmjror from the gallows, The new date let for the execution Is July 2. and the Insanity trial, which had been fied for Thursday, has been nxtponed until May St. The decision Involving these change had been wholly nulooked for, nnd came at tho close of a wrangle over a demand on the part of the State for a spe till! venire to be summoned by a special bailiff. The fltht was fcrcrlsh white It lasted, and the chief champion rpreej. uh uir rum iiiiu tuc prisoner, were a. p. lrude, U R Datrow and & 8 Gregory. " LIVKLY HIsiTnTwilKAT. . The frier Again lon l'p Three Cent on the Chicago Hoard ...

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

THE CHIQAGO EAQLE, ;.. Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. W. Seneco. SENEGO P. UtLBAMA. MM cnicacro. , P. EKOASSA J CO, Real Estate. 113 Wilt DWMm Strait, JUL i OXOHHEU & CO, General Confractors ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF WORK. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO, J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. THE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. 3827 and 3820 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. vaaxdo: OTD m mm carpet bl 347 K. Division St., Opp. Market St., Chicago. Fnrnitnre, Carpets, Stoves and Bedding SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS At the Lowest Cash Prices. mn f. ailes mom CO. 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, CUS COLLIANDER'S Sample Rooms. N. E. COR. OAK AND SEDGWICK STS, Imported and Domeatio "Wines, Beers, Liquors and Cigars, especially for FAMILY USB Branch Bottling Department. CHICAGO, and Hnlstcd Sts., Chicago....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

THE OHIOAOO E .A. Gr Xj HS A CITY OF 10,000,000. Out Vhat'e Wlmt Nrir York l X..w Setting lit Itrromr. The creator New York bill Is now a law and the metropolis Is on the way toward becoming the second city lu the world and perhaps In half a century the most populous city be uentli the sun. The bill merely per mits of :i vote of the people In New York, llrooklyn, and outlying towns md vil'ages as to whether they shall become part and parcel of New York politically as thv-y are now commer cially. The names of the communi ties which It is proposed to consoli date are besides Itrooklyn and New York, Long Island City, the towns of Westchester, Flushing, Newtown and Jamaica, portions of the towns of Last Chester, rclham and Hemp stead aud Richmond County. Next fall the people of these places will vote on the question, and If It bo de cided to consolidate legislation look ing to that end will be enacted. Gov. Flower is very enthusiastic over the measure and after he signed It he said: "Wh...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

THE CHICAGO EAQLE, JUSTICE JARVIS BLUME, Tho Abl. and Popular i v . One of the best-known figure In the West Side's great legal center, at Hoisted and Madison, Is the rotund one of Justice Jnrvls Dlume, who presides over a "Justice shop" at the head ot Union ntre5t. Justice Ulufuo Is a native of Udrmuny and wus born on. MayO, 1942, -In Klsslngen, fiuden, on. the Ithine. UotH his' Hither and mother, Joicph and Kath. crln'e Dlume, were German,' and his, father was a cousin of Robert Dluni,- a revolutionary martyr, wno was shot 'In Austria In 1848. Justice Bluhio came to thla country with his father arid three brother l;i July,' 1848, and first located In Cincinnati. He receivqd his early' education Jn the common schools of that city dur ing the winters and In attendance at night schools during the years i860, 1857 and 1858. Up to his 20th year ho was'engaged in a- hardware house in Cincinnati, where ho re mained until tho breaking out of the war. Ho then enlisted, Joining tho famous S...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

THE OHIOAQO EAGLE The P. Sctoohoien Brewing Co. EXPORT EDKLWEISS IIOFBRAU. Salvator! ssMrLMaVlilB . FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AQJ3NT J. H. Catlw Old Reurre, 1T1 K).oo J. H. Cutter Pan Old Hjr. 1M6 4.00 J. ILCatUr Bourbon, 1ST7 j.oo W. H. IteBnytr Old Bonbon B.eo ptlM Hill Old Bonrbon s.oo Aadmoa Old Bourbon. 1.00 Old Crow Old Bonrbon I.W Irish WhLky, John Jamleion .00 Scotch Whliky, Amdnw Uther Bpcoltf IUir?e IM Corner Canalport Avenue and Eighteenth St, Chlcaft, TELEPHONE CANAL 9. io iiim. Ot- ???JPBj- f jalaBBBBBawiWBBBBlBBBSBjZAg TssH0ssBIsMsHII1b Jim F Jr, hVbJl BwKsRraBBBBBBVsWsBBBBBBisBBBBBM 'lBBT SBBUB'lBBBBSWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm'1 sHMilssssssssssssssD BBBBEBBBrlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSr'" ;g jnga J. A. BAKTINE, Prop. a Open Day and Night. ff THE PUCK Restaurant and Buffet Maaageneat aa4 ipparteaaaees Eatirely New. Newly Fitted Throughout Private Dining Rooms for Ladies and Small'Parties. N. E. Cor. Randolph and Dearborn Sts., UXSKK REAL XSTATK BVILSINQ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

THE OHIOAGO .23 .A. O-2-i E3 . 11 l u ilr iiVaBBBBHBaaafiiiiaVLaaaisBy'fci Bv9KsBUBBBBBBbTBBBBBV aBBBBBBaBPaBBBBaBBaBJhhc''" l BBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBjBBBPBB'BPHBBBBBff ! BNEWEI OF THE IEST HALT MM . . toM In K and ftklktMWHtin, August Maritzen, Architect ani Engineer for mm m mm Oflce, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, Tilephont 1633, ERNST WEISS BEER! SO Clyde St. Nstal Card Orders Promptlj Attended To. TALMuU lyffil-wei-ULk.ee, "Wis. OFFICE n CHICAGO, Unioi and Erie Streets. BOTTLDIG DEP1BTMEKT, ft f est Ohio Street TftftlmUM. . HENRY LKIB. Managac 11 MilwaukM. Wis. MERRT UIHLEIIf, Prttidtni ALFRED UIHLEIIf, SuptrinUndtBi. Annual Capaolty, 600,000 Barrala. SCHUTZ 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 iTREETS. W. L lOMIM, Silt BiHIir fir flit Trail, Ohtetgi. PMBfflifiWM V MIIWAXJKE:E:f WIS. Lairg mt Braw)ry in tht) World....

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 April 1894

THE OHIOA.0-0 E3 .A. O-Ti E3 . HARTLEY For 17 reus II 309 Malta St., Successor to BRAND, Free Factory Sites 12 SAirm aw & .aaikhtm. lasssT awiHSaf 'aEflsVliElEL W 210 and 212 WdHA At. HARTLEY has artists specially trained in catching baby smiles.'and his ba by portraits are wonderfully clear, natural and beautiful, and only $2.00 Ptr Doztn lor the very best posslblo to pro duce. We have the best operators obtainable, and use nothing but the very best ol material. And We Will Water $5,000 that THEY CAN NOT BE EX CELLED at ANY PRICE. Open every Sunday from 9to 4 o'clock. HARTLEY (SUCCESSOR TO BRAND) 210 ami 212 Wabash Ave. m m Lumber Co. Manulaeturtrs and Dtaltrs In LUMBER Lath and Shingles, 31-33-3537 aClARKST. G0RLAKE5I OHMS M GL0MB1 F. S. FEABODY, PrMldent CHICAGO, ILL. If. E. ROBINSON, Vice PrMldent BUFFALO. N. T. Peabody Coal Company, Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. R E. BEEBE, Secretary CHICAGO, ILL. JOHN D. ADAMS, Treasurer CHICAGO, ILL. W. HI. HOYT COMPANY, WHOLESALE GROCE...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

W m- f Hi i lit. f i K "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." VOLUME IX.- CHICAGO, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1894-TWELVE PAGES. NUMBER 23. IV j' i f i.p, '. iv"! t. ffi, A HOIST II Hon. Edward F. Cullerton of the State Board of Equalization Jumps on Them Very Hard. Ht Arraigns tha Wholt Systom at II Ex ists in Plain and Unmeas ured Tarms. A Red Hot Article for the Perusal of Our Taxpayers and Citizens Generally. Tho Frooont Xnoqnalitioo and tho Way tho Po- plo Art Robbod to Obligo Tax-Dodgtra. To tho Editor of tho Eaglo: Huvlng been requested to give my. views regarding our present system of tuxattun, Its defects, and to sug gest remedies for existing Inequali ties, und In my position as a member of the State Board of Equalization for ono of the wealthiest Chicago district's, feeling It Incumbent upon j we us a duty to acquire a thorough knowledge of the subject in the in terests of the people I represent, I uiu quite willing to present to the public tho deductions gained from my c...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

the: ohioaqo eaole. State Central Commute. BIPCDLICAX. enlqutrtew Chleto. Cfealnntn-J. II. Clark. Kecretary T. N. Junlenon. TreMorcr K. O. Keith. At Larie-F.dward II. Mottle, Chicago; Hous ton BlncJetou, Decatur. Iiletrlct. T.X.Jamlenon, Chicago ....Junes Ij. Monachal, ChU-airo Jimt II. Ilurkc, ChtciKO Jarnen lYa.c, Chicago W. H. frailer. Aurora Uco. ti. lloiwr, ltocUfcirJ 2........ .. a 7 lu 11 2 3 IS Id IT II lt ,TIio. C. Ktillcrion. Uttawn ...j. i . uuey. Mcrnnit J. II. MIou. Hickman I.C. IMwuril. I'curla . II. Ilalnlltie. Macomb A. I. (irnut. Wlnclmter ...Llncolu Hulioln. Hi rltik'tlcM ...... ..W. P. Cailioim. lifojuir James 11. Clark. M.nttcon A. It. Jono, ItobliMdii W.M.Clark. Vnnilnlla ..J. II. Mcnalck. Kant ft. I.ouls .......Jamc S. .Mirlln, MIcm W. (.'. f. lllica, Matlun cnitovnATK". nai!jinttfr CMcaiO. ClialnnanU'.lo" '. 1'1Hp. Kccietarr TUo. Xet.ou. Treanurer V. 1). Ilrlnmn. At I.arvo-Delua V. riielu. Monmouth: Ham Mi II. Chae. Chlraio: J. I'. Malumy, Clilcaun; Tnomaa Ita...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

TXXZ3 OHIOAOO EAQLE. jiim op coik coin. Superior Court Judges. JOS E. GARY, Chief Justice. JONAS HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. SHEPARD. "WILLIAM G. EWINO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES G0GGIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE GEORGE F. BLANKE. STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. II. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. O. H. HORTON. AMUEL P. McCONNELL. A. N. WATERMAN. R. S. TUTHILL. FRANCIS ADAMS. R. "W. CLIFFORD. FRANK BAKER EDMUND W. BURKE. THOMAS G. WINDES. ELBRIDGE HANECY. ABNER SMITH. JOHN GIBBONS. EDWARD F. DUNNE. FRANK J. OAULTER, Clerk. County JUDCJE CLERK Probate JUDGE CLERK SHERIFF STATES ATTORNEY MATTHEW P. BRADY, .AT 3LA.W. 1202 ASHLAND BLOCK, . Chicago. TtLErnoXK MAIM W1. DAVID SULLIVAN, .AT LAW. 87 Washington Street, Suite 4HM0. United I nnTflAilfi ftatc Expre.e Uulldlng. UlllUiiUUi M. J. DUNNE. Attorney ana Gounsalor .AT LAW. loom 302, CMcasLO Opera House Bite,, Clark and Washlugtoii Sts., CIIIX'ACIO. PECKIIAM & BROWN, Atto...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

THE OHIOAOO H3A.OL.HJ B l)c (Eljtcajo ffaglt UtAHBD STXBT ftATUBDAY HENRY F. DONOVAN. lBdpndat Politic! Newsy) FMrltM ftfid TruthfUL UI3CRIPTI0N RATES, $2:09 PER YEAR. Addraw all cotnrnunlcatlont to HENKY F. DONOVAIf, XdUor and Proprietor. ST, w, VI ami w 8. Jclteroou Httect. attend at the Poatofflce at Chteaio, M MooodclaM matter. ta, Largest weekly circu lation in the city and county of any paper in A CHALLENGE TO COMBAT. There is no denying or blinking the fact that tho Republican party of Illinois is in a condition of unity and harmony that It has not enjoyed for years, and there Is also an evidence of enthusiastic fervor and vigor about Its leaders that usually bespeaks vic tory. Of course there is much cause for this confidence and enthusiasm in the prevailing conditions throughout the country, which just now are un favorable to tho Democrats, but there Is nothing absolutely certain either about Cook County or Illinois. Yet, if one weae to Judge frem last Tues day's "love feas...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

. & THE! OHIOAQO E3 .A. O-ILi B3 . . . lii,m J.W..w.. WANDAROO MONKEYS. They Were on the Watch nod Discovered Hungry Leopard, "A band of Wandaroo monkeys footed In tho distance, and, as their watchfulness Is proverbial, wo knew that there was no leopard at hand," lays a writer In Outing. "They came nearer and nearer, and In time ap peared abovo tho cliff. One seldom has tho chanco of observing theso animals In their natlvo state, but as wo lay entirely concealed they ware Ignorant of our presence. It wai evidently feeding time, though somo teemed to prefer basking on the heated rocks to scrambling after lichens and berries. .The old men with huge whlto whiskers kept a sharp watch from tho topmost branches of a couple of trees. Tho mothers with their babies, pretty llttlo things covered with white hair, wcro feeding In complete security, while the unencumbered members of tho troop ran about everywhere. We felt sure that sooner or later our bldlng'placc would bo dlscotcrcd, and th...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

XXS3 CHICAGO E3 A Li E . t R j FOR THE EAGLE. 1 Collation of'Newi from All Over the World. I Feast it Filltteil, CtMtnM Ml Im ral litalHfMW, TlariHMi IMtt (ir Eada ReUeris four Will 111. Ten men tfete fenrfiilljr burned bjr a teats of molten sleel Wednesday nfUr boon at the Kin. Gilbert & Warner stssl plant nt Mlddleport, a Four of them cannot live. Thirty or moro other Vero slightly burned. The. work, men were just preparing to pour a lre Vessel containing P.GOO pounds of molten steel when tbo hydraulic apparatus Tor moving the veisol gave way. preclpl tattng the white-hot motal to the pit be low, in and about which there wero about sixty men at, work. A fearful explosion occurred, followed by an Immense cloud of steam, which was plainly visible for toveral miles, occasioned by the hot metal falling Into tbo water below. The excited workmen from the other parts of tho mill bravely dashed Into tho fiery pit to rescue their coawadee. Piteous cries of pain rent the air. Bur geons ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

r - V T fHE OHIO-A.OO EAGLE. y,., IL.viy'"-)'""""' Mr t?itvi-fn '' f!-r rt w - - - IV Sm M M yi i -k ""ty iV w"!! SW j0& Jm mB I f?e:iiaol Clothiers, Hatters & Furnishers Northwest Cor. Madison C. IV. Seneco. SENECO P. H9LBAMA. cnicaoa, P. KEBASSH CO, Real Estate. 113 Watt Division Strait. Jill WELL 10, General Contractors ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF WORE. 12 Selden St., CHICAGO. J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. THE DANIELS i Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, Proprietors. 3827 and 3829 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. VaXj3D3PaKOXtf3B Tl HUH CARPET CO., 447 K. Division St , Opp. Market St., Chicago. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Bedding SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS At the Lowest Cash Pricea JOHN F. ALLES FLUSH CO. 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. GUS COLLIANDER'S Sample Rooms. N, E, COR, OAK AND SEDGWICK STS, Imported and Domestic; Wi...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

s THE OHIO.A.OO EAGLHS t i 71 NINE WIVES REMAIN. Willow of Itrldhum Young Who At Now I.Ultir. Of tho nineteen wives wlnm the great bead of the Mormon Church, Hrlnhaui Yotinir, married, nine arc now living U Salt Lake t'lty, Utah. The most interesting of thcc women .1 Amelia Folsom Young, tho seven 'teenth wife aud the favorite of u?r huibaud. Sho wa born at UutTalo dn I!;t3, and In 18(10 her family moved "West and Joined the Mormon Church he aud Urlyhaiu Young saw each other. It was a ease of love at tlrst l;lit and they soon wedded. Mrs. "Young has lately been Interviewed as to her married life, and what sho ay Is very interesting. Each of Young's wives, she says, had a sep arate room in his dwelling, and hi bousohold altogether numbered sev 'tityflvc. All dined at the same ta bio and all met la the evening for ONLY A RAT. HtnilAll TOUNO ANO AMELIA r. BIS SeVEHTII wtrt, rovna. family prayers. Mrs. Young says hor married life was supremely happy. "I would sacrifice anything for the ...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

THE OHIOAOO B3 .A. O ULi B3 MAYOR'S M WOE. Con Inucd from fourth pase. and shall insist on their strict ob servance while I remain Mayor of Chicago. By proper legislation In tho matter of public franchises tho revenues of tho city mlRht bo in. creased to an extraordinary decree and Chicago would bo placed In pos session of the money required for tho proper administration of affairs which H now so sorely lacking. Concerning the question of revenue, your attention Is directed to the several fee ottlcos, none of which has been a source of income to the city. I have had ordinances prepared for the abolition of the fee J system In connection witn tno omccs 1 of tho Oil Inspector and the Holler Inspector. If theso ordinances be come law and the unices arc ad mlnUtcrcd on a salary basis the city will gain no Inconsiderable revenue. Klrvntlnn of MallroMl Trark When I took olllcc your honorable body In conjunction with the city officials' was engaged in devising plans for the abolition of gr...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

T K g O aiO AGO 2DAGLE The P. Schoenholen Brewing Co. EXPORT EDKUVGI8S HOFBRAU. SalvatorT QblP'ryi BMM """""" o I A Ma mm. W TaBBranJaV iar VW'iaauBaaVaaBm'1 jiuptwuissi 3 r Corner Canalport Avenue and Eighteenth St, Chicago. TELEPHONE CANAL 9. Open Day and Night, If J. A. BARTINE, Prop. "THE PUCK Restaurant and Buffet. MaMgement 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. BAEB, Sample Room. 1341 North Clnrk St., corner Dewey Ct. FAMILY ORDERS SOLICITED. SOLE AGENT J. II. Cotter Old totem, mt to.oo t. II. Cutter Pur Old lire, M7. 1.00 J. H. Cutter Dourbon, lsTT 3.00 W. H. McBrayer Old Dourbon S.w Spring Hill Old Boutbon aw Anderton Old Bourbon. 300 Old Crow Old Bourbon 3.00 Irish Whliky, John Jktnleson 1.00 Scotch Whlikjr, Amdrow Usher Special Reserra 5.00 All kinds of Brandies, Olns, Rums and Bottled Goods o( the finest q...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

THH! OHIOAQO AQLB. 11 it W ! W iC fsaW .SBeSBillfenv A 'V-3BeiSP5BBeBiejMBBeafc5yiS Ml M ImmW . SbbbbV Em fKBRhe"'- i ikBaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaEp illBBMBWBMki BKWH IF WE KST MALT AM CURE MPNTEI MPS StM In Kejp an Settle, AVaVtTA VAUUIO, tYS. Telepaeae West 1M. August Maritzen, Architect and Enpeer i Brewers and Mite Office, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 40, 48, No. 177 La Salic St., Cor. Monroe, Telephone 1633, ERNST FUNK'S WEBS BEER! BO Clyde St. American Brewing Co. MorthAshlud iTenne, BREWERS OP THB Rorthlsblul irenne, B. O- COLUMBIA " MINNEHAHA Brands of Lagsr Bssr. I BOIAIl BBAMB, rrwl. TIKQIZ. M. BBAKD, Tto rrert. IJCe BBKtT, leay. BCDOLPB.BKAHD, Treat. I 1 II ft. Main Office, 6S4 to 706 Sedgwick St, Chicago. BBEWERIES: MICHAEL BRAND, BAItTJIOLOMAE k LEICHT, Ctr. Eliten Av. an. Iron II. 81 la 7M Sttgwlek St. ERNST BROTHERS, 47 U 7 LtrniM 81. - v ' Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To. Wt fiLHiin m lit ! 2Cil'WGiVLls.ee, Wis. OFFICE n CHICAGO, Union anil Erie Streets. JOHN A. ORB Preelet THEO...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 14 April 1894

l, THE! OHIOAaO EAGLE, HARTLEY ror i ihis jijua miaiun 31,, i MscessonojmAiiu, 210 mi 212 Watel at. A LIFE-SIZE CRAYON lt It is tho work o! a genuine ar list), is by many proferrod to coat. ly portraits In oil. HARTLEY'S Llfo Sl2e Crayons are tho best pro duced In Chicago. Just as his Cablnot Photos' are regarded as the (Inest made anywhero. But the best uro not always the most expensive. Hartley's prices aro Oie Dozen Very Best Cabinets $2.00, or One Dozen Cabinets with One lilfr-SI Crajon $5.00. Opon every Sunday from 9 to 4. HARTLEY ( SUCCESSOR TO BRAND ) 210 and 212 Wabash Are. i m Lumber Co. MMefMlarsrs imI Dea'ers In LUMBER Lath and Ingles, Doors, Blinds And MOULDINGS. We have n choicft stock of all kinds Dry Lumber, specially u tabts for ViTY TRADE, at the lowsst market prices. OrriCE AND YARD, ASHLAND AV. AND 220 ST.. CHICAGO, ILL. Telephone!: 9046 and 9032. THOS. E COURTNEY PmiM JiiORIGE H. SCOLLYVlet PrtsMaC EDWARD T. fiOONANiCTlUl CHARLES R McGRATL.TrMWIf CHARLES W. 6R16G...

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