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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 June 1895

'tfmv$i"'ifn' em r t OULL FAKMING. A NOVEL BUSINESS ON THC LONt ISLAND COAST. Raisins tha Sts Ira's far Thelf Wlnia, Whlah Ara Stla" far Millinery Piiraaaaa. A novel Industry Is conducted by Fritz Grltman, an old baymon on the rsnull beach oft the south const of Long Island known ns Jones's lloncli. It Is within the recollection of thou sands of gunners and summer visitors when tho Long Island benches wore crowded with sea gulls and small sum mer gulls, beautiful birds which sailed gracefully ovor tho beach and the water, uttorly harmloss, and nsk Ing of naturo only a small supply of -tho fish of the sea as their food. In tho past two yoars thoso beautiful birds huve boon ntinoit annihilated, and strange to say, their cruel obliteration is due ontlroly to women, who would In must cases cry out in denunciation of any cruelty to a bird. Fashion decreed that wings such as gull's wings should be n fashionable adornment of women's lints. This gave a market value to the hitherto valueless...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 June 1895

.-nvyvfWWirr, v, n 'nvrwt$immmtitmAm0smif9mmiim Wf THlB OHIOAOO EI JL O 2Lj ES . ..1 MUSICAL NOTES. mmmmmmmmmmmmtm Vsf'O i v ! Tin tlnllet & ImvIs IMntto CuiuiKiny t..v Jubilant owr thi'lr sticcc"". Many of tbolr sales have boon niiicle for i-ab. whldt. during tin ifuinlly lull imii nt tills time of tho year, Is blulily uratlfyhijr. 1'ho activity ami iirosrosslveiuvu of tlu wniiauy N so well kuowu tlmt tin largo number of sales should cauxo no Not u week goos by In fact, not n day but In some one of our exchanges we read of dealers swindled by persons wlio rent it nlntto or nn orgstn from tbeui, and after mortgaging tbo lustru ineiit, appropriate the proceeds and "skip." The trouble does not appear to exist In any one particular section of the countryi but we hear of It front the North, the East, the South, the West. From time to time nn attempt Is made to put the blame upon the operations of n more or less well organized band of swindlers, but the frequency with which t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 June 1895

KYI, ' "i - n -"- 4m THE OHIOAOO Hl-A-Or-LiBX ?fj,T'r KPTf' ,''" "- JilS MOTHER'S LETTER T was tho beginning of the 1 end. Tho Inst tlo of tho .mighty Union 1'nclflc was tho lint tlo In the march I of civilization Into the I great "wont" with tho thunder of iron wheels and tho rovcrberk nnt screech of tho whistle, tho Inrilnn, tho buffalo, the , desperado fled, the over land coach becanio a mem ory, tho cowboy changed 'hi buckskins for New York shoddy, Mormonlsm ( received (In death blow. Later, as the r slant Poclllc system stretched out It ' arms to tho north and south and absorbed tho alkali bottoms of Wyoming, the rage brush plains of Idaho, the pine forests of Oregou, oven the lava beds of northern California, the pioneers of Ml) and the miners of '03 bocamo a curiosity nnd tho men who had subdued tho wilderness from the back of an untamed mustang, were styled "mossbacks" by tho "tourist coach" emigrants and relegated to the back ground. Typical of tho Brobdlngnaglan strides of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 June 1895

"C Tl" V ' '-"'?,"' fi THE OHIOAOO EAOLS, xO aa.: Drug Fixtures. Store Fixtures. Office Bank Fixtures. Outfits. Salvator! B. GARCIA & CO.'S NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. Show Cases. Wall Cases. SALOON FIXTURES. R. X. McARTHUR, l V MANAGEU, Office Desks and Chairs. Telephone Main 2635. 195 Randolph Street. T U 1 al Agent D. S., 311 and 312 Ashland Block. 7 SIM HARRIS Gener RBHyBBRDflflflBu flflflHflflBflflHflflflflr s Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., "; ' .li M hi M w IMS, U10M CIGARS. lOMMElll-.'V VAltaTlSLlVS. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. 'The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monarque Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURQ, tOO XjmfllAlle flit. 01&loaiv VAL. WAGNER. JNO. H. HAUSCHILD. The Chicago. WAGNER & HAUSCHILD, Props. Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Clark and Washington Sts., opp. Court House. I. F. DOHNBY. Bernard Reynolds. DOHIET & IEYH0LDS, -Dealers in- fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 2317 WABASH AVENUE. MAT 8TKICER. MA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 June 1895

r'pifmrii'lt '. " Tyvingyy4 www$i&ii v '"wry vwi 5 Wwp pwy,1 irywyiiffryTrTgyy THE CHICAQO B AO-lLiHS, 11 U3 MEWR I f UK KST MALT AN HI In KOOje MM Wo mm. August Maritzen, iiclect anfl Enjpneer fir Brown ana Hmisinn Mfce, loom 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, Tslepbons 1633, JOHN 8. COOKE, Pre and Treu. -sCOOKE- . Brewing Company. 87th Street and Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, US. A. BRKWKRS AND SOTTLIRS OP MfB COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. Thle Beer was awarded the GOLD MEDAL, together with seven of the HIGHEST AWARDS, which the Cooke Brewing Co. received at World's Columbian Exposition, held at Chicago, III., A. D. 1893. The Medals and Awards were received on the strength of the Chemical Analysis made by the United States uovernment Chemist, which is a guarantee to the publio of its purity and healthful qualities. Ill m OFFICE n CHICAGO; Union and Erie Streets. I0TTLI1G DEPlfiTMENT, 29 West Ohio Street Ttl4SI2. HENRY LIU, Manager. M BREWING MU MILWAUKEE, WIS. Xeflurf st lBrwjry in th World....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 22 June 1895

,(FVI THE OHIOAOO SJLO-XjS j Free Factory Sites M1W) A JLA fift kWllU fti ynfmrjt" 'm-vvw tl WipwB,i WW vrrirtr mtrsttp vyyygf I m Lumber Co. "Jrtufaclufari and Italtrs In LUMBER Lath and Ingles, Ssisli, Doors, Blinds And MOULDINGS. jbrrrT mrflmlu 4--BaaaaPllH--l wt . St. f X We have a dhole stock of all kinds Dry Lumber, especially suitable for CITY TRADE, at the lowest market prices. OrriCE AND YARD, ASHLAND AV. ADD 220 ST.. CHICAGO, ILL. Telephone: 9046 aad 8032. James Conlan, Jr., & Co., Fine Tailoring Moderate Prices. 71 Dearborn St., Mccormick block. 3l-33-3537 a ClARK 51 COR IAKE ST. HEMS MSNG CLOTHB! william:r..ksrr. riohard h. kirr. Members Chicago Real Estate Board. William R. Kerr Co. Suite 401, Title and Trust Building, 1 0 0 Washington Street, Chicago. Real Estate, Loans, Bents. Telephone Mullt lOOl. Removed from 25 North Clark street, -where he -was located lor seven years. aaVaUniH rfi';lritHaaa! Wdejp Ubetiiy vtdtrt f&r' tverZ, Ore- wicreyeufw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

FS&fqfFFjPf1Q Ww" m$n fmtmitffftimimmr'W1 ViWji'H' v w;iih fi w ' H' 'ut , t f W TS S'W&fi flHs La .fe A ' - k H k VOLUME XII. mm Till! CRY TO HBAVEN. Gross and Awful Abuse of the Poor Insane People at tbe County Asylum. Women Patients Assaulted, Invalids Beaten, and the Poor Neglected Creatures Treated Most Shamefully. County Commissioners Have Investigated the Hatter Thoroughly and Have Found the Fearful Facts, For Partisan Reasons the Daily Pre3S Seems to Have Overlooked the Scandal Entirely. An awful Htate of affairs Ink been discovered at the Cook County lusuue Asylum ut Dunning. President Daniel Hcnly and n nunibor of the Commissioners have made somo discoveries that arc absolutely shocking. Not only have the poor Insane creature out there been starved, IwtutHciently clothed and beaten, but they har been abused and otherwise neglected. Female patients have been assaulted, and the treatment to which some of them have been subjected cannot be properly spo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

'1- w-f v --- f, mimimmtm! i'Wfj'W'f! ',a THE. OHIOAQO EO-LHI. 4 I lf M Tie Monroe Restaurant 118 and lao Monroe St., near Clark. BASEMENT FIRST FLOOR POPULAR SECOND FLOOR Private Dining Rooms tor Thtmter Parties and Gentlemen's Cafe. Chicago Stock Exchange rlantffomeat Restaurant In America. WASHINGTON AND Seating Capacity, 400. ; llth St., Cor. Calumet Ave. -The Grand Restaurantstriotly reepeotable and tlrattclase In all of its detailed Special at teatlon paid to families. Located near the Grand boulevard, there la better plaoe lor the best class ot people to patronize. WILLIAM GILLAM, Proprietor. ...Also Caterer to Weddings, Banquets and Parties Alt Oeeaffl Strictly FlrsUClass. The Beat that the Market Attorts Feumiea the Tables at All Times. ASK FOR. 0W2 AIMV SFeOCTErERV', Htt-HUl Mndlflon St. eMMMMMMMMMMMMMMeMMMM THE, "Colonel's Inn I Is the latest first-class OYSTER AND SHELL FISH HOUSE in the city. Conveniently located to all Street X cars, and Illinois central S. E. Cor. Mad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

-, -r) rt THE! OHIOAQO EAQLE, JUDICIARY OF COOK COUNTY. Superior Court Judges. JO. E. GARY, Cklef Justice. henry 1i.1mepxxd. theodore bhentano. Henry v. freeman, arthur h. chetlain. JOHN B. PAYNE. JONAS HUTCHINSON. WILLIAM Gh EWtNO. PHILLIP STEIN. JAMES OOOOIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. GEOROEF. BLANKE STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Cleric Circuit Court Judges. LiiDiHQ mmi or tm iai. JOHN MKTKB. t, B. 00LLV1M. MEYER I COLUMN, Attorneys at Law BMM7H-7II Oif.Nl B.llflfif, 4 and M Latatls St., TlnM IT. OHIOAOO, ILL. KOBLE T. R0BB1RS, Justice o! Peace, SOUTH CHICAGO. Residence, 0130 Exchange At. Police Magistrate. M. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. R S. TUTHILL. R W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE ELBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. O. H. HORTON. CHAS. G. NEELY. A. N. "WATERMAN. FRANCIS ADAMS. FRANK BAKER. THOMAS G. WINDES. ABNER SMITH. EDWARD F. DUNNE. FRANK J. GAULTER. Clerk County Court JUDGE '. ORRIN R. CARTER CLERK :'. PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. JUDGE ... C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK ,. ,,,...... .A O. COOPER SHERIFF JAME...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

a "u r t ...V ,'. .". , ., . ' .. W . " V Trvtv j t- .'-..., v ..-i.,'.. t. f ". .,- .'-, v ' :-, -" Tfr '-r; THEOHIOAOO B3 A O Li H3 . If" I ! ; I I I & s L w 1 v B i j f iite ClitcaQO GaaleJ PVBL18HBO EVERY SATURDAY XENRY F. DONOVAN. . An Independent Politic! Newspaper, Fearless and Truthful. WMCWrTION RATES, MM PER YEAR umm iu coavratCAitom IY P. NNOVAIt. Mttrart Freerkter. m Tcatealc BilMlif, 8. K. cor. Washington SI. ittul Hfth At. I at the PMtoflk at Ohlcan. Illlnali. a isasna clan matter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. The Kagle enn be ordered at Chas. Macdonald & Co.'s literary emporium and book store, Co Washington street, L. II. Jackson's wholesale and retail cigar store, 105 Washington' street, and at all first-class uews stands through out the West. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Railroad companies and their managers arc hereby warned uot to extend courtesies or Issue passes on account of The Eagle upon the request of any per on other than the editor and proprietor of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

w!mt:7y:77 i S f 1 ty v THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. (faiS ft . n t ! HAS PBfcACHED FORTY YEARS. Career of ttcv. Dr. Itootti, the New 'h"' Frc.bjrtctinri Modcrntor. 'y ihp Rov. Dr. Ilobcrt Ilussoll Booth, wlio'tvnii recently elected Moderator of the Presbyterian General Assembly ni its one liunureu n n (1 seventh general session, Is pastor of Itnt gcrs Riverside Church, N e w York Olty. Ho w a s born In New York In 1830 and Is the oldest minister of his denomination In that city nt the present time. He was graduated from Williams College la 1840 and later from Auburn Theologlcal Seminary, and after several months of travel In Europe formally began Ida ministerial career as colleague of the Rev. Dr. Bosnian, In Troy, N. Y. Dr. Booth doea not preach politics or sociology, but the gospel, pure and simple. Ho believes the Bible In Its entirety and was ono of Dr. Brlggs' most determined opponents. Ho fought Dr. Brlggs as a director of Union Seminary, and when that Institution rebelled against the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

I H TECHS OHIOAOO HSJLGHjHS. te. m !, H)l ML ftf I It? .. JAMES PEASE, 6a? Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING -- GRAINING CALCiniNINQ, ETC. rripiioii4 339 a JuIKk' kj TELEPHOMt, LAKE VIEW 168. HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Fainting-, Papcrhanginff and Decorating. Wkilcitli : Is. 410 Incilni At., cr. Liictli kit. 'nHSSStn. P. REBIEIKE, FrtlliM. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO. Rnibers, utters, Sewer weri 99 OLYBOURN -AVE. Telephone North 040. JOHN A. KINO. KING & HYLAND, Plumbers and Casf itters MALMS IN THE CLEVELAND BEEB PUMPS AND FAUCETS Manulactured by Thb Bishop ft Babcock Co.. at CleveUad, O. 213 East Washington St., Telephone Main sose. Chicago, ixx JOHN F. ALUS PLUMBING CO., 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, Nmt Wsbstsr Avsnus and Larrabe 8tr.it. Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side. TELEPHONE NORTH 708. JOHN H. PLCIBER and GAS FITTER, 328 E. Division St., Phmnix Building, Corner Sedgwic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

-TrwwFwr .v jnw39 &p"i-- -) " v.,rv ON A CATTLE RANCH. THIODORI ROOSEVELT'S WESTERN EXPERIENCES. OtMl Advice Whleh the WeuU Be Cewaey Should Taka Under Kindly Cenelrferatlen. Theodore Roosevelt, President of the New York Board of Police Com tnlsslonors, writes on ranching topics to tho Pittsburg Dispatch. He says: Probably every man who haa had .a ranch in the West has received a multltudo of applications (rem pao pie who wish to get on tliat,;ranch'. Most Easterners seem not to know that a cowboy's business requires special training, and that a hardy, vigorous young fellow without any training can no more start In offhand as a cowboy tlmn ho could start offhand as a carpenter. Moreover, a , man who Isn't agoodvowboy Is worse 'than a nuisance, because tho average cowboy needs ton horses for his work, and If ho doesn't do the work the ten horses are wasted. A man to be proficient In tho business must not only be a good horseman, but must bo able to rope well, -to read bra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

Jwy-VnpTw 5j jWf SWjfefffS' 5$ THEOHlOAaO HAOLB. MUSICAL NOTES. '' i I -) v-uVfri "n rnrfi WmwMmMmiHHm I 1 I J i The llnllet & Hints l'lnuo Company, of Chicago, nro koopliiK well to tin front. Tlioy lmvo opened a briim-li ftrc in Milwaukee, Wis., tnuler the umiMKotueut of Mr. 8. D. ltobortooii. who wnn nt one time the maunder of the Kimball branch In that city. Mllo 3. Chase, president of the Chase llrotliers l'lauo Coimmny nml also of the Clilckerlttit Mntio Cotniany. died Monday morning at his temporary resMcuce. 2I5S Indiana avenue, after an Illness of two weeks. l'araly!lt was the cause of hi death. Mllo .1. Chase was born In the northern part of Vermont In 1832. In 1S52 ho married Miss Oltrc Stncey, nml shortly afterward moved to ltlpley, Ohio. Iu ISO." he went Into the plauo business nt that place. He moved front there to Richmond, Ind., nnd later to Clnuul Haplds, Mich. Ills business was now nsMumlnt; lartre proportions, nnd he built a second factory nt Muskegon, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

BiiiisBwBiSRH8lll5S5IB'iPGPBMiTWPs v!fy!Vflkti'V-iwitmwitVWi mm THE OHIOAOO H3-A.GrI.iH!. ;the price of freedom.:! i ; : gaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaa a aaitaaaaaaaaaaa .!....-"- ' ' WOMAN wai alns K rH lnjr. is the worked &. m jLMJt kneadlaga rtund, ajVw ar ahtnlnc nun of dough with hor trong brown hands, and at tk ame tlmt keeping a watchful ojre on a pair of bable playing on tbe floor. Her voice had the uiclodloua Intonation of the south, !.. I Am himImmI aletMeatt MN1 astt M sang In that pathetic minor It key that seems to suggest a personal sorrow: V "l'ni goln' home teh ole Vlry RlnnyDo'n cry, do'n cry I I'm goln' back tch olo Vlrglnny, Good-bye! Good-bye! I love Ita bills of yellow cohn, I long tew hear the moonshine horn, In ole Vlrglnny I waa bobn, Good-bye! Good-bye!" "Me go, too, mammy," lisped one of the children a babe with hair like the Ilk of that "yellow cohn" of which the mother bad Just sung. "An' pappy?" urged tbe older child, who waa playing with remnants of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

""JW r--,,rvyni.,frt,rt..lrt,. ""i'3l.,1i;tflj,fv tv -f - A fX " THE OHIOAGO EA.GI-L.m lO ?bl " B. GARCIA & CO.'S NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. Drug Fixtures. Show Cases. Store Fixtures. Wall Cases. Office Fixtures. Bank Outfits. Salvator? SALOON FIXTURES. R. X. McARTHUR, M MAKAGlUt. ,'"' A 1 Office Desks and Chairs. Telephone Main 2635. 195 Randolph Street. SAM H. HARRIS, General Agent I S., 311 and 312 Ashland Block. ft H n 4 m it P i I t i 1 iiif r Geo. C. Gale, 1 19 Clark St., WINES. LIQUORS and CIGARS. FOK 311311 1T V A.11!V12JLX9S. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURG, QOO LiaKaUo ... Oliloago. VAL. WACNIR. JNO. H. HAUtCHILD. The Chicago. WAONER & HAUTCHILD. Props. Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Clark and Washington Sts., opp. Court House. M. P. DOHNIY. Bernard Reynolds. DOHHEY & REYNOLDS, -Dealers In- Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 2317 WABASH AVENUE. M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

n ' s $f "HVi 1 r ' ?yy, y n j a fty "-?. THE OHIOAOO HJlO-LH. 11 -- MEWEI IF THE KST MALT MM eMNE 1TIKTEI MK 'teBae WMt lBf . Sets In Kegs ami Settle, -4TOTHTA TAVJXMA August Maritzen, Arcleci anil Enpeer Mm m mm Oake, Iomu 40, 42, 44, 41, 48, Ho. 177 U Salle St, Cor. Monroe, telephone lt33, American Brewing Co. nrthisblnd 1T6BQ8, B ortblililul Awim, O. COLUMBIA nd MINNEHAHA Brandt of Lagor Baar. BltUWSRS OP TBS KIOMABX. BBAKD, Pr-Mt. nmmtb m, bbakd, vise . uo mn, . BODOLFB BRAND, mi m mi I0HN 8. COOKE, Pres. ana Trees. CHARLES F. COOKE, Sec. COOKENBrewing Company. 27th Street and Cottngo Grove Ave, Chicago, US. A. COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. Thle Bear wae awarded the GOLD MEDAL, together with aeven of the HIGHEST AWAItDS, which the Cooke Brewing Co. received at World'e Columbian Exposition, held at Ohlcago,lll., A. D. 1893. The Medals and Awards were received on the strength of the Chemical Analysis made by the United States Uovernmsnt Chemist, which is a guarantee to the public of ite...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 29 June 1895

w . j THH OHIOAOO HJ-A-GHjES. Free Factory Sites ljMmm Lumber Co. "mlaeturaft ani laatsrs la LUMBER Lath and Shingles, I i-ivtrWMigfrv r-ir wKBTiwwrwtMyjfrwp? wmftim9&!&iiiF0p- 'y,'?' vfr ;" i an m Bbssssbsssssh .bsbbbbsmbw KUKKKKKB sVsflMU sssssPlHslQT hy j And MOULDINGS. We hsvs a choice stock of all kinds Pry Lumber especially suitable for CITY TRADI, at the lowest market prices. 31-33-35 37 a ClARK ST. COM LAKE ST. mm rishg clotem OrriCB AND YAKD, ASHLAND AV. MD 220 ST CHICAGO, ILL. Tslephonss: Q04S and SOSI. James Conlati, Jr., &Co., Fine Tailoring Moderate Prices. 71 Dearborn St., Mccormick block. william:r.'kirr. richard h. kirr. Members Chicago Real Estate Board. William R. Kerr eV Co. Suite 40 1 .Title and Trust Building, 100 Washington Street, Chicago. Real Estate, Loans, Rents. Telephone Mnln lOOl. A , Vi" Bemoved from 25 North Clark street, "whore he was located for seven years. 'U1&2 aixr, "St wiere -veuttu6 & ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 July 1895

sjBH tm jiifll,f0m0fttmmKii!iyf'm' jmwmi "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NONE." FrwPmtM' iff i VOLUME XII. DEMITS HOT A M MIL. The Present Combination of Hats and Whiskers Is Very Distasteful to the Masses. For Eighteen Months Bullies and Bulldozers Have Been at the Head Too Often. Since the Death of Carter H. Harriion the Star of Democracy Hat Waned. Ueiteiuti life leei Seit to the tear, ail Trickiten Come to the Froit. No Hope for Democratic Suooeii Until There Is a Radical Change in Management The aggregation of chilly officeholders and bum who held a picnic In Ogden's Grove last Saturday and labeled It. "Democratic," might ok well under Htuud one thing: Tito people will never again elect a ticket of their making. This fact is settled. For eighteen months the Democratic pnrty In Chicago has been running backward. The 21,000 majority given to" Carter II. Harrison In tbo spring of 181KS has been changed to an adverse Kepubllcan majority of -15,000. The reason for this Is not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 6 July 1895

" ijt.Hfr ,i''vrrir"tyTJ rv !MJ W''w-''''i''.Myf!J ryy M?-iyNflp THE OHIOAQO EAOLE. !rt 3 t h : Tie Monroe Restaurant 118 and tao Monroe St., near Clark. BASEMENT :. CAFETIERE FIRST FLOOR.....POPULAR PRICED RESTAURANT SECOND FLOOR LADIES' CAFE Private Dialog Room tor Theater Parties and Gentlemen's Cafe. Chicago Stock Exchange Handsome! Raataurant In America. WASHINGTON AND Baatlag Capacity, 400. ; Hth St., Cor. Calumet Ave. -The Grand Restaurantttlotlj raapeotabla and IrsUclaas In all of its details, Speolal at teertlon paid to families. Located near the Grand boulerard, there a ma better plaoe for the beet olasa of people to patronize. WILLIAM QILLAM, Proprietor. ...Also Caterer to Weddings, Banquets and Parties. AM Oeee Strictly FlnUClat. The Bent that the Market Attortt to a? Fouaiom the Tablet at All Time. 5K FOrX 164-166 Madison St, MM(M M THE, vf Wja34 AT AJNTY ROCERV, OR Coune7s QaReries, "Colonel's Is the latest first-class OYSTER AND SHELL FISH HOUSE in the city. Convenien...

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