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TBB AMBDBt FRIDAY, FEbBUARY 25. 1898.
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TERRORISM OF THE STRIKERS.
IVrrlopvn hr the Tlmoir in ihr Cae
Araln.t hrrin Mariln and Itvpntln.
V ilkrabarre. r.t.. ftVh. :i Tfc? drift
f tftv tratlim njr at th Hhrriir Martin
Irtal yratrnlay nai to ahn that the
atrik-ra bai t rn riled the men ho
remain at nork. f.-v.ral vtlnepsea
M they had been Bred at. pimrk with
lut and threatrr.'d eiili b harm.
w man MM h- had r.v.- ahotf r.rl at
kirn a. he nWl fir.fr fh aanv of ftilk
r Mtaafl Hinrth- r !tel how the
ink mil tur. I a rrnn nh had .1 void
ed them an rir)lt h!m "n-voreljr. The
rrn went t.. thflr hon'Tj. and two w.re
KK-n r. v. h. ra Suj nnl ndent Jo-
M'Faiiane. of th. JranaviUe mi
ll' ry. tn'd h..m th M. Ad. .. etrlkrn. had
drtien out thr men thTe with many
Ihrens and much c.l?i.lay of force.
Mar.) .f the rr.cn were rrmr-1led t Join
tNm. The 11. iBhb .rh.N d, he
aW. va tern riifil.
J-hn Mr ft'adden. a b..sii at the J earn -ytn
Ftrinlna. aaxl h and hip men
ere r.urr..iin.l.l ly the ptriken and
Mofi'eJ rk without any repiptanre.
Th.. ItHhaffi thrn fi rri-.l them to march
n- f"r r- . ral ir.ll . aruardlna; eaeh
t'f thm cl.eiy a.-.d threatenlna: them
with Injury If they tri.-d to er.-ire. on
"'epi I Samuel ItarL.w. at . Ad. . and
i:in rxale paw sem armed miners t,.ne
the hrtaker. flouriph th.ir knle aid
bow revolver. They were very Ix.Ip
ter.u and threat, tuna. in Sept. '
t.) drove the Kbtnale men out an 1
atta' k.d the .f"e thre nnd trld to
ppault Suinnt. n nt John Seott.
Who was obDced to !raw a rcvulvcr to
Scot ct himself.
Prle for rinller-Maklna.
Topk. Kap.. F. The Mir t nt
of the National Creamery Butter Mak-
UtL-n e-t.rl iy was the
n e? 1 1,1, f,.r th- U st rream
ery tnitf. r. There were Mi entriep In
the .ntept. The Judc awarded the
flrsl .rlte. a iro,d rr.-.l.i! an.l $r. In cah.
to Sam ll.'tiir.lnbjl. of New Sw-.l-n,
Minn .wh.i e.r.-l ninety-. IrM: the aee.
ond prlie. a silver medal and 111 In
i.i'h. waa K t'n to Mvrtln Mortenpon.
of Am. ti., who .rfd r.in -ty-reven
and a. half.
H A(alnl an Altered Trnat.
rrlr.ao.ld. Ilia., Kel.. :i. In the
jincamon ilrruit rourt yept rdav
Rta e'p Attorney Smith I'ruiRht pults
ar.i'npt the m mix rs of the Springfield
PAa! aawatjBtlaM, the po-ea!led "rotil
trupl." to rerner the lennltlep provided
! th.- rtatut.a Mhe anii-tmpt law),
whl'h l a tine of not ps than IjCO or
mne th in H;.nia
Ct.leaaw (.no. an.1 rrmlne.
rhlraao. Feb. M.
Follow Inc w.-re the .juot-itionp on the
l..ard f Trade tnlajr: Wheat Mav.
"ln.. tl "... rLwew M4M.C; Julj.
onel 1 . iloeerl "c; September.
l-r-d . 1 1 s. d k4'4. Corn-May.
01 ti.. 1 lo; . d ,-.V: July. opep. d
tlH''. e.ed riU. ; Septemlw-r. oned
an.l flowed f' 'ats May. .nrd
. OMMHl ?tv, ; Julv. opened I4Vr.
rled Jae. pork -May. opened $10.73.
rlnaed llotTij. July opened 110.75. closed
t1:.'. lard-Msy. onel 5 TS.
t?ked ft.v;i. July, opened fS.XJS. c!r.sed
Pri-cuee: flutter f.itra creamery.
lf' per lb: extra dairy. 17c: fteh
raiklnc ptiM-b. 0'r Eugp Freph ateck.
14r per dot. Pressed Poultry Tur
key., ffillc per Th: rhlekens. TO
c; oiKks. Ctfdc. Potatoes Common
ta cbede, iZftKc per btt. ftweet Pota-toes-Illln.
is. U'VOI TS per bbl.
( 1.1. .. Lit link.
Chlcaito. Feb. J.
Iloaa Fjitlrrated receipts for the day.
M.M4): sa' ranted at ,r40 for
j.ls. X2 ti4.li for light. SXA&lfS fcr
r. uch taeklnc. It "W4 10 for mixed
and tXKwl .! f. r heavy parkins an
shljpin lots. '"attle Kstimated re
ceipt f- r the day. 10.MS; luotatlrna
ranted at t&.ia(.M choice to extra
te r. M"4i". f to rhotr do..
4."r. fair t 1 crod. UAMfAK rem
m r. t medium do , 11 f44 li but. hers"
t.r. re4.1. pto.kerp. 12004 K
feeders. K IVw t M eowa. i HJ4 Jfl belt
ers U asaw :$ hulls, oxen and Mat.
STMJ4 M Texa steers, and M no(; T5
veal calves. Si 1 and I n t T '-i-wiale
l receipts for the da) . li.ooe; quo
ta 'I n ranted at 3iaw4 tj wepterr.a.
t: f. 4 7i ratuep and t4 04Jf 5 it lamb.
Milwaukee Fsh 24.
tVveit -Ixivrer: No. 2 sprint. 4c;
May.ll'l'j live U.wcr o. 1. StHc.
Ba 'y -Dall. No. t llfalV: Mmple.
111 TTOntll? M
11 raw aiMMM
itatter far loeboiee. I4c frcM creimerj
r. .. iv
t. -k 1 :c tressed 0c
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fan BaMJhtMl par M r ..-n red ieem
rfjfba aaal ketfer. asp .c ealves.
For IaikBts ud.(iklza.
Not the " Pompadour Jim,"
SPOONEB HAKE3 A STRONG PLM0,
Deeelnplnt New Palota In the (raiment
for beating a Senator Whn-r Till. la
Baeb as trbett'a Draw on the BItory
f ll.a Comtltntlon for a Foundation tor
Bis Position BaaMf t'orset Itself and
Attend Strictly to Lu.im .
WashlnKton, Feb. 25. A feature of
the senate ep?ion yesterday was the
speech of Spcor.A of Wisconsin on the
right of Henry W. Corbett to a peat in
the senate from Oregon under appoint
ment from the governor. Spooner
made a constitutional argument in fa
vor of seating t'orlett. and had not con
cluded when the senate adjourned. An
effort v as rr.adi tc obtain considera
tion of the Alaskan homestiad and
railway right of way MB, but on a par
liamentary tethnkality it went over.
The resolution offered Wednesday by
Ai.tn of Nebraska, to appoint a com
mittee of five senators to Investigate,
the Cuban situation, was withdrawn by
lt. author when it was laid btfere the
rtieuon of th Corbet! Cae.
In di-. PJBtaMJ the Corbett case Soon
er said that the primary power to fill
.at in Um senate fu.m any state was
in the legislature of the state, but in
the reading of the constitution It ought
to lie rr-memhr red that this very matter
was ne of dispute in the constitution
al convention. He pointed out that the
constitution provided that each state
should be the peer of every other state
net in population, not in wealth, not
In ar.a. but in number of votes in the
senate While the constitution 0 uld be
amend-d by the a. tlon of two-thirds of
statts. it wa mXanmmtt provided
that no state should be deprived of rep
re..nution in the senate without Its
consent. It was ihe purpose, undoubt
edly, of the frarr.ers of the constitution
In placing In the governors the powr
to make t.-mporay appointments, to
safeguard the rights and Interests of
the states po that every state at all
time, might hav full and complete rep
resentation in the senate.
Make an Kite, lire Point.
An effetve point was made by
Bpoyner when he cited the credentials
of John Walker, of Virginia, who wa
appoint! d to the senate in March 31,
170, by the governor of Virginia. This
rape the first gubernatorial appoint
ment m.vde to the senate under the eon
ptitutlon Spooner said was precisely
similar to that now under considera
tion, a Walker's credentials showed
that the legislature of Virginia had had
an r.pp rtunity to fill the vacancy then
existing, and had failed to do so. The
senate accepted Walkera credentials
and eate. lilm. ' Can it reasonably be
h.ld." exitaimcd Spooner. " that the dis
tinguished mm then sitting in the sen
ate knew less of constitutional law
than we know now?"
Pnl a ll.vpmhellr.-il Case.
Jt before the conclusion for the day
of Spo' ner' s remarks Haion of Georgia
Inquired v.h-ther under all circuni
slaneep. In rases of anticipatory va
cancy, Srooncr held that the governor
had a right to make an appointment ir-re..i..-aive
of tne ir.aetion or Inability
for nny reason of the legislature to
elect. Spoontr replied that Bacon had
rorr.-itly ptal.d his position. Bacon
then i ited the hypothetieal case of a
leg'-I.iture being IMfl III 41 1 by the cor
rupt upc of money not to elect in order
that the governor might make an ap
pointment, nrd asked Spooner if hi!
wou'd sent th" appointee of the gover
nor. ' Certainly," rcilitd Spooner, " un
less it culd 1 clearly shown to the
s naf. ll-it the 1 . ,,-, - v,, ...... r
Implicated in the co4Mdlyi and in MM
corrupt MM of money."
II.mim Attended In ltnlnr.
Washington. Fen. 23 The house de
v ed is--lf ptrn tly to business yester
day and ili.spos.il of thirty additional
pnges of thv sundry civil appropriation
MB. The fan that the government is
preparing for contingencies was rec
ognized In the houe when Cannon, who
has been laboring to ke, p dow n appro
priations, acreptej without a word of
protest an amendment to Increase tl.e
appropriation to rare for the unused
machinery at the Springfield arsenal.
BIO R All WAV OASB oy HAND.
EsUenre nl th. .Inlnt Traflle Auorlatlon
Iieprnd 011 the llrekalun.
Washington. Feb. 23 The supreme
court of the 1'nited States yesterday
began the hearing in the joint traffic
case, in which the i'nited States seeks
to have the agreement on the part of
the thlr-y-.-ine leading roads of the
coontry 1 instituting the traffic associa
tion as formed 1V5 set aaide and de
clared null and void, and to have the
association enjoined from operating
um'er th. agreement. The iase has
proved to be the means of collecting
the mopt formidable array of counsel
on the side of the defense that has been
aeen In the court room for many a day.
Sollc iter c'rer.eral Richards appear -d
for the government. The time for the
pr--entatlon of the case wai exter-id
o as to give the cnun"!
roaJs four hours, maki
the rnt ire hearing. Rb hard Apt ... .
case. Jle .depend'd Uay a n the
decision of the supreme court in the
tran-MIsourl freight association case
as a prei edent in this oas-, arguing
thin there was practically no difftg-encc
between the agreement In that rase and
the agreement of the roads w hich 'ere
I if.' to the Joint traffic ... .atb.n
Richards was followed by Carter, fore
the a'-ciatlen. who ppoke fir the bal
ance of th setticn. He Wji'i be fol
lowed telay by ex-Senator ..Kimunds
ni ex-simipter to England
Richards wiil reply.
Fr lb Men. at of the Bereave.
New Tork Feb. 23 A thousand rep
resentative people gathered in the Met
ropolitan Oira Hi use yesterday after--I
Boon to bid, for boxes and seats for a
erformar.ee next Sunday nlt,ht for the
benefit of the families of the sailors and
n-arlnes who lopt their live on the
Maine. The sale netted tC.ftllt. All the
patrre boxep were sold at prices rang
ing from $:" to $tt.
MOTIVES WILL BE UHEARTHED.
Prow a Mob In the Msalley Harder Cwas
CarlinvlUe. Ills., Feb. 23. The atate'a
attorneys sprung a surprise in the
Hedley-Richards homicide case by the in
troduction of the contract that Richards
and Hedley had signed at the sug
gestion of a committee in relation to
what they were each to do and more
particularly as to Hedley's conduct to
wardMissKila Brow n, a second cousin of
Ri hards and his typewriter. Richards
was in love w ith this young woman and
asked for her band In marriage and
arcureil Hedley of Interfering In the
matter. The defense objected to this
document as testimony, and a hot tilt
was had by the attorneys.
The court admitted It and now the
motives, malice, and secrets in the case
will be unveiled to the public. Miss
Brown was in court and seemed much
humiliated that her name was to be
brought so unpleasantly before the pub
lic. The defense insisted that the docu
ment had nothing to do with the issue
5nd that the names of innocent people
should not be dragged into uncalled for
publicity. The state contended that the
motives and trouble leuding up to the
tragedy must be known to the jury.
ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE QUITS.
Until House Tax the Rill They Were There
for and Adjourn.
Srringficld. III., Feb. So. The revenue
bill prssod the house nt 12:10 p. m.
yesterday by a vole of 7S yeas to 60
The Joint conference committee on
revenue pi t together again yesterday
morning, reconsidered its action re
jecting the Sherman amendment and
then adopted it. This amendment lim
its the aggregate tax levy in Conk
county to 5 per cent of the appraised
valuation, which is equivalent to 1 per
cent of the fair eash valuation.
A joint resolution was adopted pro
viding that when the two houses ad
journed yesterday they stand adjourned
The senate advanced the Harnsberger
primary election bill to third reading
j on' thi r. took recess to await the action
of li.e house en th" revenue bilL When
j that measure was taken up after re
! cess it was promptly made a law. as
I f.ir as It could be without the govei-nor-s
signature. The vote on the
i revenue bill was P4 to 14. The Harns
berg. r primary election bill was then
1 put on Its passage and failed!) to 2.
The Chicago police investigating com
mittee was authorized to continue its
investigation and report at the next
regular session of the senate.
Both houses have adjourned sine die.
CHICAGO S BIO HORSE SHOW.
State Board Makr It Post $.10,705 More
Than It Cnnie To.
Chicago, Feb. 23. According to a
statem-nt Just issued by the Illinois
stale hoard of agriculture, the deficit
resulting from the hors- show h"ld in
the Coliseum last November is $30,705.
The board contends, however, that if
the $15,000 guaranteed by subscription
c-ould be collected, and a claim of $9,
1127 against the Chicago Kxhibition
company allowed, it has sufficient funds
to make good the deficit of J5.291.14 that
would thin remain and pay all it owes
to exhibitors, even though it maintains
there is no legal liability for so doing.
This statement has been prepared for
the l.i netii of the creditors and patrons
of the Chicago horse and fat stock show
of IM'7," and sots forth that the re
ceipts from all sources, not including
the $15,000 subA-rilied. were $94,151.5:;,
while the claims and liabilities are $124,
S5S.57. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS.
The Western Base Ball association
magnates are In council at Kansas
The vault of the Shiprr.an (Ills.)
bank was blown Open by robbors, who
obtained only $10 ,n pennies.
Richard Allen aad Tom Holmes were
'! !W ,KV7 ,A,,lf'n T'1
n house ar.'i Holmes killed Ins wife six
Kx-Judgo Elliott Anthony died in his
home at Kvansti n, Ills., yesterday. He
was a pioneer DBaoia lawyer and was
71 years old.
About ::2S,C00.no0 Toet of logs are being
cut in the Georgian hay district of
eastern Michigan mills, mostly in the
Dr. K. t). Bathbone died at McLeans
fcoro. Ills., yesterday, aged 71 years. He
was tierhaps the eldest physician in
A contract has been closed with Ted
Sullivan, of Washtigton, to manage 'the
I'Ubuque 1 lub. of the Western Base
Fire at St. Joph. Mo., destroyed
the Badger block and the Badger an
nex, at Tenth and Francis streets,
causing a loss of 130,000.
Kid McCoy and Nick Hurley (of Cali
fornia! have been Matched to fight fif
teen rounds before the Hot Springs
Athletic associaticn on March 3.
Reports to the Itchigan sec retary of
state show that $.".il4 was collected for
resident, and $1.0M.23 for non-resident
deer licenses during the last open sea
son. March 15 the Kensington (Chicago
suburb) postofllce will be abolished and
carriers from PuLiran will deliver mail
In Pullman. Kensiiton and West Pull
man. Mrs. Fannie Coilr. of Chicago, from
whom Attorney Frank Collier a few
. ' ceV- ago was fiven a divorce.
night to Ceorg:
Prisoners In the Montgomery county'
(IIIp jail have tendered their services
to the goierrmr ix the event of war.
They say: "W ar willing to leave here
Late jestirday Chris Von der Ahe
va release d front jail at Pittsburg
the Mercantile Taist company giving
bond .fern, on the authority of the
3a so Bal league.
j. rtref Mannire f,
"o., dry goods
of New York
and Boeton. are irvolved to the extent
of $: .. in thr failure of three
mills, for which they were selling
Con hi Not I. at M. Lonia.
St. Louis. Feb. 23 Jainep MeXamara.
formerly of Sprinpneld. Ills., and Clara
Schaller. of Maicoutah, Ills., were
found at tr. Wirlr hotel with their
throat 3. cut. makng eleven uicide
within forty-eight noura.
BRYAN TALKS TO DEMOCRATS.
Money Power To It the Paramonat Issue
In the Next Campaign.
Topeka. Kas., Feb. 25. William Jen
nings Bryan addressed 600 Democrats
at a banquet held in this city last night.
The gathering was in the nature of a
reunion of the Democrats. Its magni
tude gives it considerable significance
as showing the Democratic strength as
a balance of power in this state. Many
speakers of state. prominence addressed
the meeting. Bryan asserted that the
"money power" was to be the para
mount issue in the next campaign, and
cited the fact that the national com
mittees of the Democrats, the Populists
and the free silver Republicans have
issued addresses In which they assert
that the money question is the issue,
and call for the co-operation of the
forces that It may triumph.
In an interview Bryan declined to
discuss the present crisis with Spain.
He said there was time enough to dis
cuss that affair when the official in
vestigation committee in the Maine af
fair had made its report.
CUBA FOB SALE FOB NO PRICE
Spaniard Annoyed and Indignant at Any
Ixndon, Feb. 25. The Madrid corre
spondent of The Standard says: "Span
ish statesmen of every shade of opinion
ore simrly amazed and indignant at the
idea that Spain would ever consent to
sell Cuba. The suggestion would ex
pose the monarchy to an Irresistible
movement of popular feeling, shared by
the army and navy. From a financial
view point it is equally impossible', be
cause the price suggested would not
half cover th" Cuban de'ot. whii li is al
most rntircl'- held by Spaniards."
Sir Julian Better Look a Little Out.
London, Feb. 2. The Daily Mail this
morning alleges that attempts have
been mada by newspapers in London
and Now York to obtain sone letters
that the British ambassador to the
I'nited States, is supposed to have
Written containing str ing expressions
regarding the American senate's re
jection of the arbitration treaty. The
Id"a, according to The Daily Mail was
to comrel Sir Julian to follow Senor
Dupuy Senor de Lome. The paper adds:
"The campaign failed, hut it is evident
that Sir Julian l'auncefote wl'.l have to
No War Aiio.it West Africa,
Lodon. Feb. 25. In reply to a ques
tion as to the West African situation
chamberlain, in the commons last
night, -aid he expected a friendly and
satisfactory pe'tlemen:, but under the
agreement with France he could not
give Retails until the negotiations In
Paris we.e cn;!cd.
She Wa Very Much In Haste.
Sioux City, la., Feb. 25. Emma Lar
son married In such haste that she got
the wrong man. The courts have just
annulled the ceremony. While in West
field, N. Y., several years ago she be
came slightly acquainted with Frank
Schultz. After sin- came here Schultz'
cousin, Julitis Karash. learned that she
greatly admired Schultz. As she had
some money, he resolved to come here
pose as Schultz, whom he strongly re
sembled, and marry her. Miss Larson
never knew Schultz well, and not hav
ing seen him for some time, believed
the story. She was married to Karash,
who soon Bed with most of her money.
iVwmi Rate War avoided.
Chicago, Feb. 25. All danger or a
passenger rate war in consequence of
the inauguration of the Chicago and
Northwestern and Burlington fast train
services to Denver has now passed.
The presidents of the interesteel roads
met here yesterday and speedily
reached an agreement. They adopted a
resolution declaring their belief in the
correctness of the principle of extra
fares for fast train service, and then
referred the matter to the general pas
tin Discovered In Michigan.
Birmingham, Mich., Feb. 25. Four
teen lnib s northwest of Detroit, in
Fouthfii Id township, there are said to
be gas fields large enough to light and
heat the city of Detroit. Alexander
Cannon and William Flinn. Birming
ham, well-drivers, struck a flowing well
six miles south of Birmingham.
Who would prescribe only
tonics and bitters for a weak,
puny child ? Its muscles and
nerves are so thoroughly ex-
hausted that they cannot be J
whipped into activity. The
child needs food ; a blood-
making, nerve-strengthening w
and muscle-building food. 2J
Scott's Emulsion I
of Cod-Liver Oil Is all of this, $
and you still have a tonic in
the hypophosphites of lime
and soda to act with the food.
For thin and delicate children
there is no remedy superior
to it in the world. It means
growth, strength, plumpness
and comfort to them. Be sure
you get SCOTT'S Emulsion.
yx. nd $1 .00, all druggists. t
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chmi-.ts, Ntp tot
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Warms 01 ivuIskms .feverish.-
and Loss OF SLEEP.
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LlTOrpool and Nurwalk
PMttc Im. Co Mew York
Homo Mutual ino. 00. Baa FraaclaM
Office Room SO Mitchell 4 Lynda's
Block. Telephone No. 1030.
gugene J. Burns
Buy, S43II and Manage
proptsrty. Collect Rents
The old flue mod time
tried corapaoys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
f oar PetroBaM U SolLMMd.
Offioe ISSO, Seeoad A?
Marper Morna Biomb.
via on rax
BiXril tK ow
Car.nrla ti est bb la oaa-atxa bntl. as). Tt
lb sot jold la bulk. Don't allow an job to nil
jyoo anTthitr alp aa tha plea or praalas last It
I it "jn. ai good" aad "aill kaswai ovary bib.
paw," - Be that jog got 0-i &-T-0-R-I-A.
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THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
SHICAGO, ROOK ISLAND A PACIFIC RAIL
way Tickets can be parcbaaed or (aeeare
De.S ,V.H 1 p Twentieth airaat deS"i
CR 14 P depot, comer Fifth avenue and Ttiirty
tat atraet, Frank H Plummer, AeenL
loi virLaui oniaiifciT.
Ki Worth Uc iiTsr A K C...
M nneapo is
On:i a and lies Mnlne
'. nnha A Minrn ajioliR
'm aha & De Moi ite Kx ....
: iKaha Si Minneapolle Ex ..
lata 1 or. inroln A Omaha. . .
D-nver, e-t Worth K C....
tKana 'ity A t J eph..
'. ock Ir and & VrhlnKton
'hirao A De Hoi wo
Roc lalnol A am an Acrom
R'c-k I'land A B-onklyn Ac.
;Su atinc vi. Wilto-i
KaT. I Virr.
Htnsain! :M ani
MS m ic: Ml um
liaT. in Mtm
7: hawj SM pai
li i" am 4;. lam
7:111 am :H'.I . tim
IBM tt:t) a-n
M am ti?:i um
4 'SS am -111 40 i.i..
pi-Hi pm' - a am
10:110 am 1 fo.m
1:50 rm 7:ia a
I Ai pm 7:31am
.. mm pm, 1 m
Sal pm I s is pm
Arrival. Depart 11 re. f. Dalle, mxo pt tianday.
All others dall. Telephone HUB
SiiDdaj cvenine a PuPmn tlevpar will lie at
the depot after 11 IT, which will leave for Chi
cago at Sa. m. Monday.
"OUHLINQTOlt BOUT1-C B Q RAIL
war-Depot flnrt avenao aad Buteantti
ueat, H J Young. Agent,
8t L, gprlugnJM. Peoria
Bur (-li r. via Mnn aootb
Chicace. sterling, Uimon
Poor a, Kc-dftcwQ, Bur
ltneton A West
St. Paul A MinneapoIU ....
Htcrlirg. c inton ft Dabuqeir
St. L., KBB0M C'i v. Denver
APae Coat vlaualerirrw
f 7:20 pm
t 7:40 an
1 1:40 pm
11 m .r .
SO nm 8:10 am
7 50 pm M:40pm
Daily. tDally eiee?t Bunday.
CUICAnO. MII.WAI K KK A 8T PAI L Rail
wr-Haclna A dn .th vi -tem Dtviplna
lrepot Teniieth reef, bet wc en Mrt and second
avenuea. L H Urcar, Agent.
TRAINH uuva Aamva
y.i".' f xPrtB" 7:0 am BttfaM
Sit Paul Exprooo.... 4 iiu am li yiam
Krcichtaiid Accommodation 8:110 a-n u iam
Dally exc.-pt Sunday.
ROCK ISLAND A PSOR A RAILWAY
Uerxt First A venae and Twentieth Ptri-et.
K 8'nskhoeioe, Qen'l Tk't AL-ent.
TBAIIW. LitTB Abritb
8prlngflcld, Cincinnati, Pco- "
rta. etc. 10:tl pm
Pcnrta a St Lonl-. Mall Bi... h.(Ci am 6 4n pm
Accomodation Fast Freight. 1": Hi am
Bzprets IMwm Mr) am
Peoria Accom freight 7:10 pm I am
C.tiU Aflherrard acrom. ... i.:(Mam ti :il pm
Cable Accomodation a :411am x:9l pm
Coble and Bherranl Aoeom . .1:tSp 7:M am
Pafpcnn.r train leave C H I A P (Mnline
avenue) depot five (51 minute earlier than time
eiven. Tram irartcd dally, all othc-i tra no
daily aaa apt Sunday.
Sawed building stone
Ashlar and trimmings
Fur ohepnes. durability and
beaoty excelled by aona. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkait, ate. Plant sent
na for eaUmatee will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at onr expenae.
Quarrlaa II mllei front Book
Island on tha 0., B. Q. B. R.
Trains Kos. I aad 10 will atop
and lat visitors off aad on.
Bridge stoat, torn aria
blocks and fouitdatlon
stone any sin desired.
Samplaa of stoan and fhotoaof
BoUdJan can be ansa at Boom
Ho- IS, Mitchell Lynda's build
Arthur Borrall, maiiager.
Rock laland or Coiooa, lit