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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 August 1895

swiyfr'yrii'iMnwiw & THE OKI O B2 .A. GUj B3 . W' l f K 0 M r f r: '.? I Hi ? h- flS Physician And you have felt this .way for sarurnl days? H'm Let me see your tongue. Patient It's no use, doc tor; no tonghc can tell how I suffer. Boston Transcript. "It seems to me," said tho manager, 'that you do that pnrt of receiving the money from the chief villain In a most awkward manner." "Mebbe I do," ad mitted the actor; "It has been so long since I had any chance to rehearse with the real stuff." Cincinnati Tribune. As they passed an open gateway a dog within tho enclosure growled and bristled tip very perceptibly, where upon Jester remarked: "No doubt about his being a watchdog." "How can you tcllV" Inquired Qucstcr. "Why," re turned Jester, "didn't you see the hair spring)" ttlchmond Dispatch. AM m Lumber Co. wfMtiirtrs Bits' tMkrs Is LUMBER Lath ifl Shingles, And MOULDINC8. We have choice etook of all kinds Dry Lumber, specially suitable for CITY TftADI, at tha lowaat markat prloaa...

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 August 1895

T .y-,.iTy- ,a ,'&&?& itMEsusHK. M VI 1 Li i. i i It I? JAMBS PEASE, 6m Lincoln Avtnue, PAINTING - CALCiniNING, ETC. Vatfopl&ona,, 339 TILCPHONt, HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Fainting:, I?nperlinnginar and Decoratingf. Witlmle: I. 410 ricelui Aye., etr. Liioeli Afe. "'ff&'ioo. f. REIIEIKE, Praiitftnt. W. REDIESKE, tie. and TrtM. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO.. Plito,Mite.Seirtilta. 00 CLYBOURN .A-VE.. Telephone North 940. "" A. kino. KING & HYLAND, Plumbers and Gasf itters DIALERS IN THE CELEBRATED CLEVELAND BEEB PUMPS AND FAUCETS Manufactured by Thb Bishop ft Dabcock Co., at Cleveland, O. 213 East Washington St.. Tlohn Main 8019. .. Chicago, xxx i . m ruiE co 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, t Nmt Wtbttsr Av.nu. and LarrabM Strsst. Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side. TELEPHONE NORTH 708. JOHN H. SULLIVAN PUTOER and 328 E. Division St., Sedgwick Street, RESIDENCE, 37 153 .VA...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 August 1895

3EKE? W ST?'' -"'n" yWyp't ' tV "lTM)Bi-iJrr"!rtaH'Sl,- !- rw -'" 7p, TXXS3 OHIOAOOEAaLK. i i :' '& WHY THIVPK1NT TMCIR FACES. Aeeehe Legend Whloh Aeoeunte fer the Re4 Man's Ceremsnlel Cuitom. 'Why do Indiana paint tholr facesT' I have saked that quoatlon of hundreds of Red Men, and have received but one answer, of all the tribes that I have visited but one has a legend accounting for the hideous deeoratlona that are to be aeen on tho faces of Indiana under all ceremonial circumstances. "I was sitting at n camp fire In n village of Jacarllla Apaches ono night listening to the stories and legends that wore being told, when I propounded the old question again, hardly expecting oven the usual ox presslon of Ignoranco that hides so many of the thoughts of tho Indians. To my surprise, however, I rocelvod the answer that I least expoctod," saya a writer In the St. Louis Globo Domocrat. "An old follow who had sat all the evening listening to the stories without changing hlsattltudo gru...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 August 1895

" "" Vu ""' - ,.r..,.. "''fi" !'." ' r ;?g 1f ?r; V, fc TTVTTJJi S" S THB OHIOAQO EULGHL.H3. In i-1 I fe ti o MUSICAL NOTES. 1tn outlook for 1)UturM tht fall I tofy tirlRlit at iirvsent. Mr. .1. I. Byrne, rrrvury of I.you & Hetty, In a morn iiiK miU'tiiiwrnry mUU ultiMliic.w Is rovlvlnp. We notice it rsiMfially lu our wholesale depart- went. (Mir (Kttrotu, who are now buying for the coming holiday are tnotv lltieral In their orders, buylug JtiHtrunirtitK liy the dozen for future etcmutiil, where, for the past two or three years, they bought single articles, ami thou only when ordered. Our dally mall, which, according to a recent tnagaxlne nrllcle. 1 the surest criterion f ItUHlucsM, for the last two months fats been about 15 per cent In excess of the same months last year, and, better still, exceeds by about 0 per cent the same months In the year 1802, which Is universally conceded to be the blab water maik of prosperity of the pres Mil generation. Surely this Is moat rtutitirag...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 August 1895

wfv rif T Vf iflf f -r-W)!". f"llWr ,, TtrtJtCi7tWtiHM'fWJ-' JH-r --Vr-"V wwi' THE OHIOAOO B3JLO-JLiB. Cij Ji Hfy' if i VTB ''1 .1 '' w itif) tt 'V 1 , ''1 1 ft J$ ' MMMM MMMMMM i DAVID MARLE'S STORY, jj I NEVER qrarrcloil with my broth er John until wo cnrao to ottlo up business In tho yaar of 1805. We bad been partners ten years, ever since we had been West, indeed, but some changes made It at length advisable that we should separate. Ho had made his fortuno and wanted to return East. I, also, was able to llvo with less care, and so wo sold every acre of our land d property, and were settling up tho books, when thoro arose dissension. John was married and bad had a family to support, while I was unmarried. His expenses bad been threo times as much as mine. Moreover, I bad taken the burden of tho labor and responsi bility this having been tacitly agreed upon, I being tho youngest man. While he had lived comfortably with his wife nd children among tho farms, with horses, men nnd mon...

Publication Title: Chicago Eagle
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 August 1895

vjtsr-- ,,' r T,"f"r,T"TTv"7?"5 TECH! OHICAOO E-A-GHjE. xO " i -nfx -"? ' Drug Fixtures. Store Fixtures. Office Fixtures. Show Cases. Wall Cises. Bank (Mfits. SALOON FIXTURES. R. X. McARTHUR, Salvator! I . ji' H MANAOUH. Office Desks and Chairs. Telephone Main 2635. 195 Randolph Street. B. GARCIA & CO. S NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. SAM H. HARRIS, fad Apt 1 1 311 and 312 Aihland Block. Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., LTjLnelav r r r if. K hi M, WINES. UQUORS and CIGARS. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wlnest Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monogram Whiskies, and Selpp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURG, BOO XjAfltoUo t., . . . OlLloei VAL. WAGNER. JNO. H. HAUtCHILD. The Chicago. WAONER & HAU5CHILD, Props. Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Clark and Washington Sts., opp. Court House. Offce and Factory, 67, 69, 61, 63 Illinois St, CORNER MARKET 8T. TELEPHONE NORTH 218. JOHN A. ROGERS, Dialer is Wet Groceries. -:- MpM Goods a Special!. 341 ana 343 WEST MADISON STREET, Umt tf MAY STREET. A BAV...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 August 1895

-qfifg-mt niTi w r w - -r'ry?ri,jir,r3"mpii"fim))wir mwu'ViT " -vry v1-" V THBt CHICAGO ESAO-HiHT 11 tM A i. A' I Ik- 2 l xsSff llll iuffKsfMflKK Jtgwm 1 bbbbbbbbbbbbV m. BREWEI OF THE IE5T MALT AIM Sal In Kesjs antf tleaM Wait 1M. August Maritzen, Architect anil Engineer mm m mm Mee, Koow 40, 42, 44, 48, 48, telephone lt33. JOHN N. COOKE, Pres. and Tree. CHARLES ft COOKE, Sec, -sCOOKEfs- Brewing Company. 27th Street and Cottage Grove Ave;, Chicago, U 8. A. COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. This iter was awarded the GOLD MEDAL, together with seven of the HIGHEST AWAflDS, which the Cooke Brewing Co. received at World'a Columbian Exposition, hold at Chicago, III., A. D. 1803. The Medals and Awards were received on the strength of the Gnomical Analysis made by the United States Uovernmsnt Chemist, which is a guarantee to the public of its purity and healthful qualities. CHARLES J. VOPICKA, Prti'l. BOHEMIAN BREWING CO. 684706 Blue Brewers of THE BEST In the P m m Xtrf Mt Mxmwxy im th Wt)rHL .... C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 31 August 1895

THE OHIOAOO HSAGHjE3 MOVE m FACTORY tjMmm v. DTOK i'J V ?i 1 i II K I'tl .( ttl lb 'I p 3h33 -35 37 S ClARK 5T COR LAKE ST aw m mm CHICAGO HEIGHTS, Whero you will have tlio combined advantages of thirty-eight railroads (with shipping facilities unexcelled In America cheap fuel, free water, free switching facilities, free factory sites, electric light, electric power, an abundance of raw ma terial, and Chicago freight rates' to and from all points. Three switch 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 is the largest railway and distributing point in America. During tho past two years twenty-two manufactories 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 houses in advance of the demand, which may be rented by the workmen at fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

,1irt4Sl i SV-A1 fr j IjiccUjn fctULjilr m ?4 " VOLUME XII. OUTRAGEOUS ROBBERY. Rich Stock Yard Packers StealJWater from the City and Pose as "Respectable." Some of Our Most Citizens Who a Poor Have Been Engaged for Yean in Bobbing the People of the City of Chicago. No "Wonder that We Have Water Famines Which Endanger Health, Com fort and Life. At TAHt the people of Chicago arc bo Jng awakened to tho fact that there ii fattening iu tholr mldt a Bet of thiev ing hogs, who in their own way have for year been rivalling tbo deeds of Dick Turpin under the very noses of tho authorities nnd of tho public at large. These men nro tho wealthy packers who havo been stealing thou sands of dollars worth of water annu ally. These are tho men who attend church lit broadcloth on .Sunday and steal the public property during tho rest of tlw wet. These are the men who lire their employe for drinking beer, but who themselres ateal the water supply for which these employes pay. These are the men who gro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

III npl1 . A" '" THE OHIOAQO HJ-A-OLiEl. p i r R . M PHiijp HENRICI, BAKERY Delicacies and Restaurant. 108 & 110 Randolph St., Half Blk. East of Court House. The Monroe Restaurant 118 and tao Monroe St., near Clark. BASEMENT CAFETIERE FIRST FLOOR.-..POPULAR PRICED RESTAURANT SECOND FLOOR LADIES' CAFE Private Dining Rooms tor Theater Parties and Gentlemen's Cafe. ( Viryar rwn telephone main nsu WOlCclgO LOUIS LUKES, Manager. Stock Exchange Raataurant In America. fCS VSL XX lSLTYX, WASHINGTON AND LA SALLE STREETS. Keating Capacity, 400. : Open After the Theater llth 5t Cor. Calumet Ave. -$The Grand Restaurants Mtlotlj reapeotable and lirat-claas In all of He detail Speolal aU tMtloa paid to famlllea. Looatad near the Grand boulevard, thera aetUr plaoa lor tha beat olasa of people to patronize. WILLIAM GILLAM, Proprietor. ...Alio Caterer to Weddings, Banquets and Parties AM Qems Strictly First-Class. Tke Best that the Market Affords to Feumlea tke Tabhs at AU Times. ASK TO 164-166 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

SMw THE OHIOAOO ZULO-lLiZS (fi I JUDICIARY OF COOK COWfY. Superior Court Judges. OS. E. GARY, Chief Jwtlce. JONAS HUTCHINSON. HENRY M. SHEPARD. WILLIAM O. EWTNO. THEODORE BltENTANO. PHILLIP STEIN. HENRY V. FREEMAN. JAMES GOQQIN. ARTHUR H. CHETLAIN. NATHANIEL C. SEARS. JOHN B. PAYNE GEORGE F. BLANKE STEPHEN D. GRIFFIN, Clerk. enaa 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 OHAS. G. NEELY. County Court. JUDGE ORRIN R. CARTER CLERK PHILIP KNOPF Probate Court. JUDGE C. C. KOHLSAAT CLERK A. O. COOPER BHERIFF JAMES PEASE STATE'S ATTORNEY JACOB J. KERN CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT IHMItlMH MHIIIMMIH IMMI i U JJUXxCf JliXlOX A 1D7 LEADING MEMBERS OF THE BAR S. L. LOWENTHAL. Attorney at Law. 717 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG. .TESSg( CHICAQO. JOHN J. SWEME, Attorney at Law, &7iii89WMblitt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

rf u,.t ,w' ." s t jfP' il! i - , i i i f K. 'I, kt fei'. & i r b Chicago Cttjle, UBLI8HED EVERY SATURDAY ii HENRY F. DONOVAN. An Independent Political Newspaper, Fearless and Truthful. UMCWPTrON RATES, I2.M PER YEAR IMW AM. COmtCHlCATtOM TO IY P. DONOVAN, Etr h4 Prwrltt.r. M4 Teutonic Baltdlag, S. K. ror. Wellington St. unit I'lDIi At tmr4 at th Pottofflc at Ghlcsto, llllnel, m amnd-ctsts matter. LARGEST IN CHICAGO. orcf. The Kagte can be ordered at Chns. Maedouald & Co.'a literary emporium and book store. 53 Washington street, L. II. Jackson' wholesale and retail cigar store, 105 Washington' street, and t ull first-class news stands through ut the West. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Railroad companies nnd their man agers arc hereby warned not to extend courtesies or Issue passes on account of The Eagle upon the request of any per son other than the editor and proprietor of this paper. The Eagle seldom asks favors of corporations, but It has been brought to the attention of the proprie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

WJ1l?IIWIMi'llWWi'iVP'il'i,iV!W""J,www-'''iiiT-y- THE OKI C0 E3 -A. O-Hi E . rffiispits ':' ", Ohio lllrrr Hton 1100,000 Vrnr A prominent RcoloRlst, who linn been looking Into tlio formation of the bed of the Ohio river, forty-three inllea be lotVyi'lttsbtiri;, rays the old river bed N .100 feet above the present wntcr level, and he finds three stones of Cnundlun granite, whose nearest home now Is on the Canadian side of Lake Ontario. In the glacial gravel he camo across a rough arrow head, which he attributes to the glacial period, perhaps UOO.OOO years ago. The testimony of the rocks Is In the nature of sensational ucwm, In Kplte of Its great antiquity. Kiitlil TtTi the museum, viewing the Venus do Mllo) Sepp, see here; they lmve knocked both urms off this 'wom an. Sepp Come, let's get out, or they'll suspect us of having done it. File Kendo Illattcr. J i R Lumber Co. LUMBER Lath and Shingles, Blinds And MOULDINGS. THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank N. W. Cor. LaSalleand ladison ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

- 7tn i ff -mtr lJ"f 1 -! rssy, ' ,,lijn' 'r r t ! I It. IK r t It I i i t J 1? I T? JAMES PEASE, 6m Lincoln Avenue, PAINTING --GRAINING CALCiniNINQ, ETC. Vsrtplaon, 339 TILIPHOMt, HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper, 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Painting, Pnperlianfirinsr and Decorating. Wktleiale: Ho. 410 Griceliil kn P. RE8IESKE, PraiiOftt. THE CHAS. REDIESKE CO., nmnliers, GasDtters, Sewer Bnflders. 99 CLYBOURN A.VE., Talsphons North 040. -HTTifffT KINO. KING & HYLAND, Plumbers Gasf itters OEALIRS IN TH6 CELfBRATED CLEVELAND BEER PUMPS AND FAUCETS Manufactured by Th Bishop & Das-cock Co., at CfeveUad, O. 213 Cast Washington St., Telephone Main B080. CHICAGO, IXX. JOHN F. ALII!! PLIHK CO., 233 AND 235 LINCOLN AVENUE, Ntar Wabittr Avnu unci Larraba Strait. Eas, Electric and Combination Fixtures, Gas Globes, Etc. The Largest Stock on the North Side. TELEPHONE NORTH VO&. JOHN H. SULLIVAN PUnBER and 328 E. Division St., Sfwlck Street. RESIDENCE, 37 153 .VAN BUREN STRE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

R3i!? W"'"w ww ' '"'- THBOHIOAOO EAGLE. r-v t ': 'ffl ii i V 'fi- -r isr j tfor jitwsr com JVUAV Let me not much complnln ol life, In Age, Mfclinnt fntilty, llfols well enough, For ihoeu who love their dally round of doing, And tnke things ronnJed, rcrcr In the rough, Turning from ilny to tiny tho name old page, And their old knowledge ever more renewing. I lmve known many such; through life they went With moderate uu of moderate heritage, Giving and upending, Having as they spent. These are wine men, though never counted nage; They looked for U.tle, c.iv men to please; hit I) more deeply tlruuk of Ufo's full cur, Feci, as my lips como nearer to tho lees, I dived for pearls, and brought but pebbles up. Thomas W. Parsons, in tho Century. INLIIIYTHKIY. All my life I had been woll, not eiactly a woman hater, but a Arm believer In the idea that man is the lord of creation, and that woman is not an absolute necessity. For many years It was my proud boast that I was able to dispense with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

rTwxv;,Mwmit fv9mttili zfim$&ih:! TUB OHIOAOQ HJA.03LiE w 1& n i i H i in ! i f i t ! H M I I p i r. ftfl l iv ; i fcfV TMC CUBAN INSURRECTION. The) Spanish Cammantlaf'aTfOM"" A Waiting Qam. Spain did not niTect to consider the Cuban Insurrection of no Importance. She recognized In it a possible rather than nn actual Importance.tfcnd to prevent tho possible from being ac tual she sent to Cuba as Captain General tho same soldier wit paci fied tho Island elghtpon yean ago, Marshal Arsenlo le Martinet Cam pos, and with him anl after Itlm she has sent thousands of soldiers. Cam pos reached Cuba nearly three months ago. Slnco his arrival ho has spent mot of his time in tho easttrn provinces of tho Island, those of San tiago do Cuba and l'uerto l'rlnclpo, where the disaffection exists chiefly, .though he ha been also in every 1m pOrlutit seaport. "My principal enemies," said Mar shal tampos, recently, "are Gene rals July, August and Soptember." Until the last of these has gone, Ca...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

asBEsasssa !?V v & f y -cr THE OHIOAOO HSlOJLiHS. & p $ r m l A SERIOUS AFFAIR. ! IT In always an Inscrutable mystery to everybody why other people quarrel. For our own llttlo argu ments tliero Is always, of course, good, aound and sufficient reason; for the dis putes of other folks the excuse appears ever absurdly Inadequate. Why, for Instance, young Urclg and Miss Etslo Norman, both returning from India on tho Bengal, should break off with amaz ing suddenness their engagement just as tho Bengal was ncarlug the Bay of Biscay It was not easy to see. But they did. "And I suppose," said young Gretg, with a faco that looked less bronzed than usual, "that nothing I can say will alter your decision? Your mind Is quite made up?" "It always Is," declared Miss Nor man. She held tightly to tho brass rail and looked away at tho spot In the dlstanco which represented Spain. It Is best when quarreling with anyono you hare cared for not to look at that person's eyes. "I particularly wish...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

a)n,U.iiWaiwn. AiUi. i jit ."3.l !Ti .' W ". . ,v:s.toifTi; iff ffprTXn wJk. i? . j ... ,tZ. ' "' i.i 1 lO TKH. OHIOAQO EAOLB, B. GARCIA & CGYS NAPOLEON CABINET CIGARS. SAM 1 HARRIS, General Agent 1 $., 311 and 312 Ashland Block. Drug Fixtures. Store Fixtures. Office Fixtures. Show Cases. Wall Cases. Bank ntfflt. SALOON FIXTURES. R. X. McARTHUR, Salvator! l! MANAGKtt. t Office Desks and Chairs. h. i 'i t Telephone Main 2635. 195 Randolph Street. fr ft r- i DH k i ' I? !' I Geo. C. Gale, 119 Clark St., WINES. LIQUORS and CIGARS. FORME IIL, VXJ Si ELL'S. "THE COSMOS" SAMPLE ROOM. The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Old Crow and Monozram Whiskies, and Seipp Salvator Beer. S. W. RIDERBURQ, QOe XaaSicMlo It., . . Ohioago. VAL. WAGNER. JNO. H. HAUtCHILD. The Chicago. WAONOR & HAUrCHILD, Props. Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Clark and Washington Sts., opp. Court House. 4' r SjpjaBejS ajp Offce and Factory, 87, 89, 61, 63. Illinois St., CORNEIt MARKET ST. TELEPHONE NORTH 218. JOHN A. ROG...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

'fflf? f"-' r """" "i THE OHIOAGO HJO-LE. 11 BNEWEI OF THE IEST MALT AM CHOKE MfORTEl HOW Set In Kept an Settles, TeWpfeM WMt 1M. AVaVWtA 9AVUMA IT August Maritzen, Meet and Eneineer Brewers and mm Oflce, loom 40, 42, 44, 48, 48, No. 177 La Salle &, Cor. Monroe, felsphone 1S33, American Brewing Co. lorthlsldud iieine, BRKWRS OF THI IdrtblsHlul ireoae, . IB. O. COLUMBIA "d MINNEHAHA Brands of Lags Boor. nOIAIL BBAMD, Fret, YIKOII. M. BBAMD. Tto frett. tlO BRHST, Beef. BCDOLPM BRAND, Tr 11 1 Ml 1 fOHN N. COOKE, Pre, and Trews ill RLES ft COOKE, Sec. -sfCOOKE- Brewing Company. 27th-Street and Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, U-8. A. BRKWKRS AND BOTTLIRS OP COOKE'S IMPERIAL BEER. This Beer was awarded the QOLD MEDAL, together with seven of the HIGHEST AWAHDS, which the Cooke Brewing Co. received at World' 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, whic...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Chicago eagle. — 7 September 1895

tmmnrgon-WTi-, -,.,,. -rvw!!SflWnfrWi!' j-v- t; u (j t)n ,,pf V THE OHIOAQO MOVE m FACTORY fflAQLB, M vo? i ; ' p M i 81 !1 ,K i. a i. t? Iff ' jps 31-33 -35 37 a ClARK ST COR UKf ST. CHUM'S HK (LOTH! williamir.:kkrr. richard h. kerr. Members Chicago Real Estate Board. William R. Kerr U Co. Suite 40 1 v Title and Trust Building, 100 Washington Street, Chicago. Real Estate, Loans, Bents. Telephone Muln lOOl. DO YOU WANT A HOME 2!!! Sn "" Monthly Payments, Mm a. rant? U Mb eaUaadeoaaaltmrealeaaiea. Ther will gife you prlcee and terme. Yoa aea't know how aaaf Uri? ", mr I? Thuwind of Lot to eheaaa fram, locate la til pwu ef M my and amrroaadlac aaborbe. roUowlag at torn of my aaaeroaa eubdiTiitona: . R. R.. It altaatot i nature) mlnnlee' rid out open the C., B. tad O. R, R.. U I On B branch Of the IlMnliltiM Blrav l AtnA (.- . ?l!l'ilcrl ot. ,0." 1.6? nop. Oae-teathoaea, balaaol M-.M.M flIUCm,, VBUBfl Adellfbtfal SO mlnntea' rid along the lake ebore, paeela tat TZSS&f f lr a'?nl"d-...

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