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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

TiJT'J m. I?" r '' v4VW-tfp-.W0,H-t " -wiv ' THE OHIOAOO HI -A. GUj EJ . rrW! JimiGiARY OF COOK CODHTY. Superior Court Judges. .OS. E. GARY, Chief Jaattce). JONAi HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. SHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWINO. THEOPORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOQQIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL O. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE. GEORGE F. BLANKS STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judge U. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. 21 S. TUTHILL. .H. W. CLIFFORD. EDMUND W. BURKE BLBRIDGE HANECY. JOHN GIBBONS. O. H. HORTON. CHA8. G. NEELY. County JUDGE CLERK. .' Probate JUDGE CLERK BHERIFF TATE'S ATTORNEY CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL .. S. L. LOWERTHAL. Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. VSW CHICAOO. JOHN J. SWE1E, Attorney at Law, 87ui89Wtikiitoi8t., CHICAGO. ILTj tiaom C09 United Stalet Expreti Building. Telephone 4541 Main. CMS. H. MITCHELL. Attorneu at Law. PHAOXiCKH IN All. TUB COVHTH. 1038 and low Unity Dulldlnx, 19 Doarbora Stroot, OHIOAOO. TtXKI'MONK MAIM MH JOHN R. PARKER, Attorney at La...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

gy- ,. mxuj,a in.-! '.? l:'if v.iwvr3 V O E3jfVa-LE3. ;vir i v 5 ' r' ifc 6fcl IV I- ' 1 li H 5 & tl II Ije htcaao tingle. roiLisMED ivny Saturday HENRY F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newspaper, Fearless and Truthful. njucwrnoft hates, um m teak iwmn all eowmnoMieai ts NtV P. MNOVAN. MNffMiFnwrieter. W4 Tctttak tatMiaf, N. fc cor. WfUhlagta Hi. anil riftfi At. Inters l tht PMtamc at OMsate, Itllnsta, as ssnns-t msMsr. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Eagle can be ordered at Cans. Macdonnld & Co.'s literary emporium aud book store, 55 Washington street, Ii. H. Jackson's wholesale and retail cigar store, 105 Washington' street, and at nil llrst-cluss news stands throughout the West. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Railroad companies and their managers are hereby warned not to extend courtesies or Issue passes on account of The Eagle upon the request of any person other than the editor nnd proprietor of this paper. Tlio Eagle seldom asks favors of corporations, but It ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

ffEfrvmi lJMMlfw?W$KMa')s the ohioaoo eole. V Mnde flood His Htnlcmcnt In hi cln itt Yale, mi.vn Dr. Snipe, was a xtmlciit who cUiiilied street litini pmlH nnil ii'inoveil street bIkhs for Ills room uriminciitiUloii, The cnlcr of jkl Ilccrflt New Huveti happened 1.r neeldent one ilny to geo the hIkiis In his .room, nml after Infornilnn him that the lino for tlitw removing micli nt-lielc was $5 ier ultsn, Inquired how ninny he had. The youth replied, "I'orty." The chief km Id If he would return them the mischief would ho overlooked. On huntliiK up the bIrds the student dlscovcred thnt he had hut thirty-two, mid that ulKht he stole cljrlit more In order to return, as he did next day, precisely forty hIkii It In much easier to pans a jrood rcstilutlori than to enact It. j I m Lumber Co. . irafWlTl PJU WBtwTV Hi LUMBER Lalli aiifl Sbiges, And MOULDINCS. Wa hava a cholca atock of all kinds Dry Lumbar, aapaolally aultabla for CITY TRADE, at tha lowaat markat prloaa. THE AMERICAN Trust and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

.JSV w3t 1MUMWaM). .imMijn rr w-' , ! jii " K,"JP Af 'V.. H "-'v. ' .-' --., riff trv '. fi ' s THB OHIOAQO BAOLB. t kU t-i ii W ? 5 ;. iVI I ! If JAMES PEASE, 622 Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING -- CALCIillNINQ, ETC. Vlplion9 839 TILtHONf, HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Painting, Paperhanglng and Decorating. Wilmle: If. 411 Ineilul At.., car. Llicali A?e. T.Mv?.NwBiee. P. "EBIESKE, rattiis. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO., Plita, IM tiers, Sere Mta. Telephone North 040. ""'"ft KINO. KING & HYLAND, Plumbers nnd Casfitters DEALERS IN THB CELIMATEO CLEVELAND BEER PUMPS AND FAUCETS Manufactured by THB Biihop Babcock Co., at Cleveland, O. 213 East Washington St., Talaph.na Main SOB. Chicago, n,z. JOHN F. ALUS PLUMBING CO 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, Near Wsbtter Avenue and Uurabee SlrMt. Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures. Gas Globes, Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side. TELEPHONE NOBTH 708. JOHN H. PLUBER and GAS FITTER, 328 E. Divisio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

wn a5pfrwijsiE'iSTjsa k-ZZIZFZT "nm rw "" THE OKIOAGO EAQLU, V SBS ' FARMING IN 0W1AT BRITAIN. Net Maajr Cfcaaaea Shawn la tka He aorta for tha Tear. parliamentary paper has jast bM iMued containing the agricultural re tarns for Great Britain during 1804 and showing tbe acreage and produce f cropa, price of corn aid number of live atock, together with aummarlea of .agricultural atatlstlcs for tbe United KlBgdom, Brltlib poaseastoai and fortga countries Tbe returna are preceded by a report algned by Major P. O. Oralgle (director of the Intelligence and statistical department of the koard of agriculture), and by a colored sap of Great Britain, In agricultural Jlrlstoas, prepared by tbe ordnance aurrey department The map appears for the Drat time with tbe returna now laaued and la an Interesting and useful addition to them. In the last year, as In the case of the yearly returns since 1887, statements hare been furnished by tbo occupiers Indicating the total extent of the land UBder cro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

. . jSJ !vk- as .t' ,.."" SV"'" ""il TW 'V' TXZHS OHIOAQO BAGLiS H lt. I : t 1 i VI Kl H 1 11 MUSICAL NOTES. AiilmkJ U n-mally u dull mouth with th rvlail plain Iiou-h. llu-diies- lm brvii at au tiluuiMt otaiuUtlll for some months luck, and tlu dealer ure patiently awnltlni: tin- pacing of tin' cImiuN out tin ImmIiic horizon. Hi'port hIiow a innrki'il Increase In wiles tlurlnc tin' lrtt week or two over tlu oinviipumlliii; period of Inst year, which slvi'-i ifroinlv of tlio expected boiiin" lettlin; III earlier than win untii'lpated. and the dealen look for hii-reavd sales from now on. tiveryIrmly seem happy over the prospects. Competition N decidedly keen, but wo long in It N eotitlued to the reuuUir homo and our department uteres are not scllluir pianos the trade will pros MT. Stejrer V Company Intend putting In a new t.VMiorse power engine In their factory at Columlila Heights. Mr. Mueller, of .tulliis Bauer & Co., It sojourning In Wisconsin. Mr. 1. .1. Henly. of Lyon...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

sffsiiPisrrtjfisfjvTT THHI OHIOAOO EJ-AlO-JIiE.. LUCK ON THE RAILWAY TRACK. COMPANY of membeni of the trnlu dispatchers' convention were relating niUHMlotes nnd one reminiscent cunn gave the folnfc lowing: , "Home half a dozen years ngo, when 1 was working the afternoon trick on the Union Pacific Hallway at Denver, one of my oldtlmo friends from the Kant, who wan on his vacation and visiting friend In the Rocklr called upon me. When I got thing straightened out to that I could leavo trains In chnrgo of my operator, I went out to upend nn hour with my Eastern friend to show him the Interior docorn tlons of one'or two of bur notable public buildings. Previous to going out with tho L'nMerner I Issued running orders to a disabled pnsscnger engine which had been compelled to give up the run nenr Lcndvllle, In the maun tains, and to return to Denver for re pairs. I llxcd them against all regular trains, and It started eastward about the same time that I descended the stairs with my friend...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

1 II I . I ' J llll ffapTrTI WWiwiyiV V" a,-, ?.. 'V ' jwf ; v - f TKHJ OHIOAOO EAGLE. iO Drug Fixtures. ' Store Fixtures. Office Fixtures. Show Cases. Wail Cases. . Bank ntfits. SALOON FIXTURES. R. X. McARTHUR, B. GARCIA & CO.'S NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. Salvator! MANAOIOtt. Office Desks and Chairs. Telephone Main 2635. 195 Randolph Street. SAM H. HARRIS, General Agent 1 S, 311 and 312 Ashland Block. ft ' A) u K h k I.' ' VI it ' ' fr in - lo I i If, y Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., WINES, UQUORS and CIGARS. FORMERLY YARNELL'S. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURQ, 1IOO ZiaSalle Mt.9 Oliloag VAL. WACNEIt. JNO. H. HAUtCHILD. The Chicago. VVAONER & HAUTCHILD, Props. Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Clark and Washington Sts., opp. Court House. fl. F. DOHNEY. Bernard Reynolds. DOHNEY & REYNOLDS. -Dealers in- ItMAoiif.Ji'aM aUTOlaaSjM StiB&snS ftwBIl W ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

-' Wfjfr HTysins '"Wf"- frr ". - THE OHIOAQO H3jC3-3LiE. 11 WppiWtffv i 'J 4 m... - saaaaaaaaSSaaMa. .cMSMf fflswiSeaBSBlBBBBBBBBBJf Jm tff Bl iBcl VSeaaaaiBKS-BaaBSABaBr' ERYCO. hicaoo,u.)a. MEWEI IF WE KST MALT MM CHOICE NTMTEI NTS SeM In Kef MM MM, ATOUetTA 9AVUMA HW, American Brewing Co. Itrthlsblad Iraoe, NcWWPSE; RKWBRS OF TH TlkfkMH Wee 1M. August Maritzen, Act and Eipeer fc bmb an mm Mke, loess 40, 42, 44, 41, 41, Ho. 177 1 Salle St, Cor. Monroe, telephone 1S33, - CTHICAOO. FOHN R COOKE, Pirn and Trees. CIUIILES F. COOKE, See. -sCOOKEBrewing Company. 27th Street and Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, US. A. t . BRKWIRS AND BOTTLERS OF Hi COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. This Beer wae awarded the GOLD MEDAL, together with eeven of the HIGHEST AWAHDS, which the Cooke Brewing Co. received at World's Columbian Exposition, held at Chicagolll., A. D. 1893. The Medali and Awards were received on the strength of the Chemical Analysis made by the United States Government Chemist, which is a guarante...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 10 August 1895

"qpsgMS" WMWHI 'I IN l !!! IH ! -?'ir 1 VV ft' " JfAf v " 0 -f "1 Yn - ?V"K is THE OHIOAOO HJ-A.OL,H3. MOVE FACTORY Imwe :) T o c CHICAGO HEIGHTS, Where you will have the combined advantages of tliirty-ulght rallroaitB (with shipping facilities unexcelled In Amerlra cheap fuel, free water, free switching facilities, free factory Bites, electric light, electric Mwer, an abundance' of raw ma terlal, and Chicago freight rates to and from all points. Three nwitoh engines are kept constantly on hand for the pur pose of serving the Industries. Again, and greatest of all, Chicago Heights Is the center of population, and It ij the .largest railway and distributing point in America. During the past two years twenty-two inamtfactorlds have moved to Chicago Heights, and many others are negotiating with us for locations, We own 4,000 acres of land at this place, and have arrangements completed whereby we keep fifty vacant douses In advance of the demand, which may be rented by the workmen at fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

,T1fW-'WAiV I ev-A&rs k. A A - - T VOLUME XII. THE ElfiLE was MOT Til, Bat the Dally Press Was Sure Six Weeks Ago that Dunning Was All Right. This Paper Called Attention to Insane Asylum Outrages Six Weeks Ago Very Loudly, But Some of Our Esteemed Contemporaries Took Oooasion to Deny the Charges Made. Win n, V.x weeks ago, The Eagle called attention to the horrible state of nffalrs at Punning, some of the dully )itt'i-i4 took occasion to "Investigate" the charges and pronounced them sen--satlonnl ami faint'. What have they to Hay now? . Everything The Bugle Haiti waB true. Home of the member of the philanthropic committee; of the Civic Federation may, visit the Cook County Hospital for tho Insane at Dunning Haturduy. The committee expects to go In a body at a date In the near future. This cotnmltteo Is leomposed of Mm. Potter IMlmer, Mrs. Pcuoycr Sherman, Miss JuHa C. Lathrop, Mrs. H. Solotnon. rrof. Athlon W. Small, It. A. White, Miss Ida B. Keen, Julian Mack, Prof. Gra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

mill II' mm ii .UIIJn.ln.i.. l imiiii iiniu.m., " '""V". jrir'r wy.vr"1 't.lrr . j"' i' THB3 OHIOAOO BAGL1I. "'""""""'"'.' "'" "in i ii iiiiimi iin in n iKnimmn mamiiimtmmtmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmrmmmimmmilMi mij' The Monroe Restaurant ii8 and 120 Monroe St., near Clark. BASEMENT. CAFETIERE FIRST FLOORS-POPULAR PRICED RESTAURANT SECOND FLOOR LADIES' CAFE Private Dining Rooms tor Theater Parties and Gentlemen's Cafe. Chicago Stock Exchange Raataurant in Amtrtca. WASHINGTON AND Beating Capacity, 400. : Hth St., Cor. Calumtt Ava. -The Grand Restaurantstwotljr reepeotablo and first-class in all ot Its details. Special at. taatlon paid to families. Located near the Grand boulevard, thera la mm bettor place tor the best class ot people to patronize. WILLIAM GILLAM, Proprietor. ...Also Caterer to Weddings, Banquets and Parties AM O 4a Strictly FlnUCIeaa. The Beat that the Market AffoMa to Found oa the Tablea at All Tlmea. AJ5K FOR 1A4-1AA Madison St.. V TH E-easaaaa aA rr)nw AT TlVr F?OCZEFRV OR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

-WTJTWJ wwwr IWWIi 7 yjWT 'mth'fi wv&tiiitFAt!?'? W&W? 1 a- u3 ??iTit ti it nn uu ur Jill Superior Court Judges. JOS. E. QARY, CMrf Jifltlce. JONAS HUTCHINSON. ' HENRY M. BHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWXNO. THEODORE BRENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN JAMES GOGGIN. ARTHUR H. OHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B.PAYNE GEORGE F. BLANKS STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. Circuit Court Judges. M. F. TULEY, Chief Justice. 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. O. H. HORTON. FRANK J. GAULTER. Clerk CHAS, G. NEELY. County Court. JUDGE , .ORRINR. CARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. JUDGE , C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK A. O. COOPER SHERIFF JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT E. J. MAGERSTADT. LEADING MEMBERS OF THE BAR S. L. LOWERTHAL, Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. TBLCMtONEl VAIN JIJC CHICAGO. JOHN J. SWE1E, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

TrTirr; MfHMMRMmmMM '.-,, 1 VlMv,! THE OHIOAQO EAGLB, 1 ! H M fc I I be Gbtrago Itoflle, IWsUJSHED HENRY EVERY SATURDAY i F. DONOVAN. A Independent Political Newspaper, Faarlets and Truthful. WtCBPTION KATES, MM ft YEAH unw au. comtvaiOATMin ts MIY P. ftONOVAN. ElteVMPrrktr, M4 Tcatealc BilMlif. . E. con WiMlilnRlon Nt. mid Fifth A. ataretf at the Pottofflc at Ohlcaaa, IIIIm, as aeeena-tiaaa matter. LARGEST WEEKLY CIRCULATION IN CHICAGO. NOTICE. The Eagle can bo ordered at Chag. Macdonnld & Co.s literary emporium aul book store, 55 Washington street, L. II. Jackson's wholesale and retail cigar store, 105 Washington' street, and at all first-class bows stands throughout the West. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Railroad companies nud their uianiters arc hereby warned not to extend courtesies or Issue (Hisses ou nccotiut of The Eagle upon the reiiuest of nny per eon other than the editor and proprietor of this paper. The Eagle seldom nsks favors of corporations, but It has been brought ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

?3WwS ftoatiiw yyiaHaEejfrT3w f,w-')r trirvwim ''VIWW ?" THE 0HZGA:G0 HAOXjEJ. , A Pine Example. The Wot Point military college has set -ploiYtIld oxnmplo for other col leges In sentencing Cadet Wallace I). Scales to two years of punishment In basing Cadet Itobcrts, n "plcbe," until the latter fainted. Unfortunately tho law does now allow college faculties to Impose a sentence of punishment, technically speaking, upon refractory students, except In such Institutions as those at West Point and Annapolis; but It lies within the power of colleges of nil kinds to expel the students for basting. If every college In the land would take a firm stand In this jnattcr and ndhcro rigidly to the rule It would not bef long before hasting would bo an Institution of the past In this country. Troy Press. THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank N. W. Cor. LaSalle and Madison Sis., Fort Dearborn National Bank a0wMMNAAAma XT, S. Government Depository. CAPITAL, - - $500,000 SURPLUS, - - 100,000 MMMM PWWWWM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

'? - piMWMHm(rfff IU'WI Mll.UUW I- . yj lipjiWji)jyj, in , ,. ... u 7U5!1I THB3 OHIOA.OO El A O 31i B3 . I ' III I I WMVUWMW I 1 t 1 BK 1 hi i' ll JAMES PEASE, 6aa Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING ,-,., CALCIHININQ, ETC. Vlpl&on . 339 jH TILKPHONI, tAKI VltW IflS.' HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, . 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Painting, Paperhangini? and Decorating Witlutlt: It. 411 nctlui Aft., ctr. LIinIi Ate. ".J&Wies. f. RttlEtKE, FrmaMt. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO. PmmDers, Gasfitten, Sewer Bmlaers. OO CL.YBOURN AVE., Telephone North 940. wulwWft kino. KINQ & HYLAND, Plumbers and Casfitters DIALtM IN THE OtXIMATID CLEVELAND BEEB POMPS AND FAUCETS Manufactured by TM Biikop ft Baicock Co., at Cl.v.land, O. 213 last Washington St.. Talaahana Main BOSS. Chicago, ilu JOHN F. ALU!! HBE CO., 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, Nttr WMu Av.nu. and Larrab. Mrsst. Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

rTr 5rr- V A-' THE OHIOAOb mjL&l-im ft lil Ll JAMES PEASE, 6a Lincoln Avtnue, PAINTING Stf .'- CALCiniNINQ, ETC. Vertesplume), . 889 V H aHei TILtPHONI, LAKI VIKW It 64 HENBT E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Painting JPaperlmnfirinij and Decorating. Waeleiale: It. 411 Intelsat a?s., P. RIllEtXE, PrtMiMt. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO., Ft II hers. Gasffners. SBwer BuJlilers )UUUUUUAHJ 99 OLYBOUBN AVE., Telsphons North 040. CHIOAQO. A.KWO, KING & HYLAND, Plumbers Casf itters DIALERS IN THI OEUtMATID CLEVELAND BEEB PUMPS AND FAUCETS Manufactured by Tmi Bishop ft 213 last Washington St., TUhn Main SO. cmoAoo, xx,r. JOHN F. ALLES PLUMBING CO., 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, Nmt Webster Avenue and LarrabM ttraak f Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side. : TELEPHONE NORTH 708. JOHN H. SULLIVAN PUiBER and GAS FITTER, 328 E. Division St., Phoenix Building, CwMrSwlswIckStraet, CHICAGO, I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

k'-t?,j mm sotttsp W $SraNJJVWaFBajBSJWi -..-"M w- - r THE OHIOAOO E3 .A. O-L HJ . V QOLDSMfTHAND AMERIOA. a FaM ! hMui to 1to Caantrr, Altkoack Mebld Mat Oaaie. Ollrer had but lately conpleted a rather wild and Irregular courts of atudjr la collefe, and hla kinsfolk had Insisted that he should 'become a country paraon, aa his poor father had been before him. Be felt his unfitness for such a calling, but he cared less for that than for some of the Irksome re tralnts that It would Impose. For In stance, he could not bear the thought of being obliged to wear a long lg when he preferred a short one, or of belog always dressed In a black coat when one of bright color suited his fancy so much better. Ho had frankly told his relatives that ho preferred pretty clothes to tho hard lot of a poor par. son; and yet, as neither he nor they could think of any other business for which he was better fitted, he at last consented to apply for holy orders. But when tho time camo for him to go to the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

tirf qm$ii$imii&i!miM m'wmw'mim riw' THE OHIOAOO EAOLffi. V Ifr'J'jW- QpLOSMfTHAND AMtftlOA. e Fata Hla hMH to Tfcls Csaatrjr, Altkoack M ebld Met Cbmc. OUrer had but lately completed a rather wild and Irregular count of tody la college, and bli klaafolk had Instated that he ahould'becone a conntry parson, as hla poor father had been before him. He felt hla unfitness for such a calling, but he cared leas for that than for aome of the Irksome restraints that It would Impose. For In stance, he could not bear the thought of being obliged to wear a long vlg when he preferred a short one, or of beIng always dressed In a black coat when one of bright color suited his fancy so much better. Ho had frankly told his relatives that ho preferred pretty clothes to tlio hard lot of a poor parson; and yet, as neither he nor they could think of any other business for which he was better fitted, bo at last consented to apply for holy orders. But when the time ennio for him to go to the B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago Eagle — 17 August 1895

J?k JcAb- ift , V Tv -. q'. ';t i'--1 v.t;; 'V ,, i THE OHIOAGO EAGLE. MUSICAL NOTES. FOR 56 VEAR8 A FAVORITE. STEDSWIT PIANOS Standard of the World HuslnoH among tlu retail piano Iuhhoh iMiitliutoi khh1 and nil the dealoiM ;m convinced that thl full w 111 bo tlio Hunt lUcccwftil one tluy listve ever (Mil. J! . i:. A. Potter, of Lyon, l'otter & , HALLET & DAVIS t'o ivjH)rts a good, fair business being lone by M concern. The Arm lm soittieil additional wnreroom space by t iKItis iortIon of the sixth tloor. It iiui't be ald that the new Stolnwny Hall grow In favor, ntul It Is bivoinPIANOS Inn the headquarters for musicians mul it'U!cal teoile, nnd It Is bound to Iheoine a still more Important factor In Chicago musical life. i ;t 11 ft t ; K 1 i&l fl Manager 0111, of the Mihoii & Hamlin Company, bas left for n short trip l!at. llu goes to ltostou. Or. I'lorenee Xlcgfcld, head of the c.hleaso Musical College, has Just rvturttiHl from Kurop...

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