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"iT' wv THE OHIOAQO EJ .A. O-I-i El 'IV f ft Mfcs & - i, i ft i V- iff M to x:0rAiir,iiix2t isoo. CI 1 0 Real Estate Loans wr: FIRE INSURANCE. xaixj:nzxxo9ra . W. Seneco. SENECO P. DtLBAMA. cnicaao- i P. EI0LBA8SA 6 CO. Real Estate. 113 Wnt Division Strait, K'$M$M4(II Important... Our stock of Foreign and Domestic PIECE GOODS is one of the largest in the city. Our make is the finest, and prices reasonable. SUITS made to your measure from $30 to $60. "We invite your inspection. WMJ,WANAMAKER98K w w ft W fl - ik - -3K J. DANIELS. H. DANIELS. THE DANIELS Packing and Provision Company DANIELS BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. 1827 and 3889 Cottage Grove Avenue, CHICAGO, IUi. Currier's European Hotel, 15 AND 17 SOUTH OLARK ST. 160 newly furnished rooms. Passenger elevator, steam, heat' and baths. One block from City and County Build lng. Six principal theaters, one to thrse blocks. Bates, 50c, 75c and $1 per Day; $3.50 to $5 per Week. ANNA HOUSE, 102 and 104 N. Clark St., corner Indiana St., Chicago. THOMAS H. CURRIER, Proprietor. REVERE HUB HUB Ulue Istltuul A-voiiiio, Corner "WnNlibunio Ave. ojn-.Xj bib, A. W. King. & RING, -FINE Boots & Shoes 177 and 179 Dearborn Street, Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg., - Illinois. E. S. MODOTTSKL i $ii$ M. DANIELS. H.T. HOUSE Cor. Clark aad Michigan SU., ...CHICAQO... AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. 6SO ROOMS. erery one ol wbleh ! wall Uahted aad TentlUted. Location Four bloekt north ot Court Uoom Ma City 011, Md twa blooki (ram 0. Md N. W. Depot. RAXMSSl American Plan.,., frMandnp European PUo... , TScta BpecUl rate made to famllUa. John J. Philbin, propbudtob, FOR THE EAGLE. i Collation of News from All Over the World. A Fwttf Pilltleal. GfMMrelal ail try ktilHciMt, Tht rntkty VftN fir Euli Riadara. Lll'n Very I.ntcnt. Honolulu mtvlcpN Ity Meuiiu'r AtiHtrnlln tell of Qiimmi MIiio!;mIiuiI'm nhillciitliiK In favor of the rcjitilith. TIiIh Is by fnr the most linporlinit oiit-otm ot the Into re hillhii. TIil ilocmiH'iit wiih ilruwii up hy A. H. HnrtwVII nt the rcqiu-Kt of the ex (inon, mill vn iinwntwl on the 120th ultimo to I'resiik'iit Dole. The iiieen liiiute n ih'ii for the llinviillntis mill oth vn who tools lmrt In the ri-bcllloii. Hhe hopes rxeeitlle eletneney will lie exor Hm.iI In their en sen. 8!te e.prt'Kies a ilenire to live In nhiolnte prlvney hence forth. The iloetlliielit InilthlcB H copy oJ the onth of nllctfliinco tnhen hy her, hntl cloA'x: "1 have viiiim-iI the forenolnj.' Ktiitetneiit to he prepnrod nml ilruwii, nntl hiive kIuiiciI my mime without IiiivIiik re eelvctl the Hllclitt'Kt hiikkcMIoii from the I'reHldent of Ilmvitll roiircriiliitf the mime or nny part thereof, or eoneernliiK nny ml Ion or ciiui'He of my own In the prcm le." The ipieen'M iiliillentlotl wnK not itnexpeoteil. In tunny quartern It la look ed upon iih a riiNe to wt'iiru clemeney when h)ii nppearx before tho military court now xlttluir. It In not RPiivriilly coiiMli1erel that nlie Ik nliRere In innkliu,' her protextntlou. Since hint niUlees evl deuce of very ilnmiiKliiK HinnietM linn been tilled nroiuid her. Tho dlsimtches nlno nay that when nrralKiied on the charge of open rebellion the three lendern plend guilty. Tho others refused to plead. I.OHINO Till! OIIHMAN MAKKI1T. ArKcntlne AVIicat SiiiptnutliiK the Amerlcnn In the KiiUcr'n Doiiiiilu. A sturtlllig evidence of the extent to which our wheat trndu with Germany hns suffered by the competition of the Argentine Republic Is contained in n re INirt to tho Htnto Depnrtment hy l'lanl: If. Mason, United Suites consul general nt rrutikfort, upon tho German wheat Imports for thu last three years. In lS'.t'-' thu United States shipped to Germany 0,:i02,i:iil tons of wheat. The next year this dropped to .1,140.1281! tons, and In 181M the tlguns were but :i,054,ti(ll) tons. In the meanwhile Argentine seemed to have gained about what wo lost, for thu Imports of wheat from that country Into Germany, amounting In 1MC2 to hut (1(11. W)7 tons, swelled in 181KI to 1,51:1,1X11 tons, and In 1S1U to Il.llKl.llH) tons. In 180.1 Itussln and Germany engaged In n tariff war. In consequence the Imports of Itusslnn wheat into Germany, which were U.oTli.nOl tons In ISO!!, dropped sud denly In 180.1 to 1210..HI1! tons. Hut in 1S04, pence having been restored, the Itusslnn wheat luiiorts lute Gcrmniiy reached 12,:i54.i: tons. 1IIO PLOT KXPOBKD. Unna of Chlcimo Women K windier m I.nut In the ToilM. ' Mrs. Mary Freeman and her two pret ty daughters, Fiiuule mid Jennie, wen arrested in the second Hat in the hiilldiui. nt 0(18 Vs,t Twelfth street, Chicago, early Wednesday (veiling, charged with attempting to obtain money under fnlse pretenses. They wore locked up at Stan ton avenue polleo station. The women left behind them live weeping, wullhig children, whose ages ranged from ft to 17 years. Tho arrest was the culmination o, mi Investigation extending over u period of nearly six weeks. In which It was de veloped that the women have hwIiiiIIimI no less thnn five rallroud nnd street rail way corporations on fraudulent claims for iMTHonnl Injury. It hns nlso liven learned that all three hnvo been arrested for shoplifting nt Marshall Field's, Man del's and "Tho Fair." .Iconic was caught a criminal transactions nt the World's Fair u year ugo last summer. SANTA FV TKAIN liOIIIIKI). California IixiircnH Hold Up Monduy Nlifht Near Bytvta, Kan. Tho western express on tho Atchison, Topckn nnd Snutn Fe Itond, trnln No. 1, bound for Colorado mid California, wns held up ono mile west of Sylvia, Heno County, Kim., Monduy night, hy four masked men, who signaled danger. Two of tho robbers covered tho engineer nml lireman mid two went to tho express car. For somo reason they fulled to effect mi entrance, mid then went to the conchen mid niu'do the passengers give up all their viilunbles. Tho train wns held for mi hour and ten minutes hy the robbers, who then rodo south. Conductor McGnith rnu thu train buck to Sylvia and gave the nlnrni, nnd Sheriff I'nttou wns on the trnlu with his posse in n few minutes. Three Killed, Three Hurt. Threo men wero Instantly killed, one fatally mid two seriously hurt by the explosion of a portable engluo on the farm of Nathan Taylor, near Moorelnud, Ind, Several hands were engaged In cutting feed hy steam power when the engine exploded, Tho men were iitruek by tho end of the boiler, which was blown entirely through both shies of tho barn. Six Die by Fire. A special from Stiimlish, Mich., snya tho entire family of John Hock, consist ing of himself, wifu mid four children, burned to death Wednesday morning at Omcr. It is supposed thnt it hot stove pipe which passed through the tloor ciiiih rd the tire. The bodies wero charred beyond recognition. Undo Bum ProtCHtw. The New York Ueruld's special cnblo from Pa nam a says: "It is reported that tho United States Government has for mally protested against the monoHily of navigation on tho Orinoco river, grunted hy President Crespo's administration to mi Kngllsh syndicate, hcuiled hy ouu Gulllo of Triiildud." Chinese Insult a llrltoii, Sunday a number of Chinese soldiers attacked dipt. Cnrtwrlght of tho Iirltlsh warship PJgeou in the streets of Nankin, hootbig ut him 4i nd jieltlug him with mud. To Open Iiidlnmi Coat MIiicm. Chicago and Cluvclaud capitalists hnva leu.scil u great deul of laud on the west side of tho Wabash Itlver nnd will open coal mines. Tho Chicago nnd Kustcru Illinois ltond is to ran u brunch Hue of twenty miles, hmith from Clinton, on thnt sldo of tho liver to hnmtio tho output. Colored Glrlh' School Hums. Thu Mary llnlmeu College at Juckson, Mlsi,, caught tiro and was entirely con Mimed. Tho building was threo stories high nml wns fouuded by Mrs, Holmes, f Uocliford, III., for tho education of (dorcd girls. Tho loss Is about $30,000; 'mlf corcicd by liuuronco. oivn up hopk. No Prospect of Further Burvlvorn of the lll'Pntcil Klbc Hcln Found. Lowestoft ndvlccs any thnt visits tnndo to nil the vnrlous llfo-snvltiK nml conBt Kiinrds stntlons rIiow thnt no nddltlonnl imw-i has been received In reunrd to tho loi of tho Noith Oermnn Lloyd Btenm fillip Klbo nml no trace hns been found of tho iiiIsiIik.' Ilfebont mipposed to con tain people from thnt tennier. However, thu sen Is so ioiikIi thnt many of tho 1'ish hitf smacks nro tumble to make port nml mu bentlng up mid down thu const, wait ing for n chnticc to run Into some hnr bor. In reply to n mossngo of sympnthy from Queen Victoria, tho ngeut here of thu North Oermnn Lloyd Mtenmshlp Company telegraphed to her Majesty unylng thnt no hopes whatever are enter tained of nny more of the passengers or crow of tho stenuiHlilp Elbe having been incd. Cnptnlu Clordon, of tho Itrltlsh BteaniBhlp Crnthle. which Is generally admitted to Imvo been tho vessel wlftch ran into nml sank tho Kibe, bus made n stntemeiit to Lloyd's ngent In which ho snya thnt be wns knocked down by tho force of the collision, nnd thnt when he regnlncd his feet the two shiiis were souio distance apart, nml tho Crnthle wns bo da mn Kid that ho expected her to sink nt nny moment. In splto of this, Cnptnln Gordon added, ho followed tho other Htcnmer, but found thnt she went fnster thnn tho Crnthle, nnd so ho thought the vessel alio had collided with wa safe. aoLI) COMING PACK. Vultures of Wnll Street Scared Awny from Their Prey. President Cleveland's announcement thnt ho would protect tho credit of tho na tion hy making tho next Issue of bonds $100,000,000 nnd pnynhlo In gold, If nee cssnry, and furthermore plnco them In tho Ktiropcnu market direct, hns stopped the greedy bankers ot Wnll Street In their game of withdrawing gold from tho treas ury hy menus of treasury notes mid stor ing It In their vnults. Instead, on Frld.iy these same bankers pnld Into tho treas ury $2,000,000 In coin in evehnnge for pa per; orders for $5,000,000 in gold foi x port were cancelled; nnd this promise to bo tho order of things for some tlncj to come. Foreign exchange dropped grunt ly, and tho men who hnvo been withdraw ing gold In tho hope thnt the credit of the nntlon would bo shnken nnd scud tho ,ui low nietnl to n premium, may now get what comfort they may from tho tnct that they had their pnlns for their trou ble. When Etiroie becomes convinced that tho United Stntcs Is determined to meet her obligations as she hns promised, then tho dcrannd for gold for export censes. TRADi: I.IVK8 IN IIOPU. Probable Ncuotlatlon of lloiidn I'.n- courage All I.lncs. It. O. Dun it Co.'s Weekly Itevlew of Trndo snys: "Things look better, be muse It Is believed that n new loan will he tiegotlnted. There wns need for relief, since .Tmiunry closed with the henvlest exports of gold ever tnndo In tiny month, mid tho heaviest withdrawals of gold from the trensury, $-13,408,108, tho hopo of a new loan being the ono thing which hns lifted prices during tho past few dnys. January leaves behind It the lowest average of prices for all commodities ever known; for cotton, Irou mid its products, wool mid silver the lowest monthly over age 'ever known, mid for wheat n range above the minimum, hut yet declining rap Idly toward that point. Indtistrlnl opera tions hnvo not muterially diminished, though It has been n disappointing mouth hecnuso tho revival expected has not come." KNVOYB ao 1IOMI-:. Japan Refuse to Treat with China's Peace CaiiinilHlniier. Thu umbussudorri sent to Toklo, Jupiiu, by Chlnu to negotiate terms of peace, us was supposed, wero given no power by their ow ii government to decide uuy ques tions whatever. Japan refuses to treat with nny emissaries not authorized to de termine Issues on thu spot uud empower ed to bind the empire of Chlnu to faith fully curry out any terms agreed upon. China's ambassadors, with their Impos ing retinues, staWedoii their return home, having accomplished nothing, not even having been olllclnlly recognised as com missioned agents of the government they clnlm to represent. They were practi cally told to go home. Death of Threo Persona. Mrs. Christian Zimllingcr mid her one-year-old twin daughters, Marguret and Christiana, were burned to death early Thursday morning in their home, 120.21) Knnsna street, Philadelphia. A cnt, an oil lamp uud a tiro uliirni box that would not work nre resonsible for tho terrlblo ca lamity. Tho house wns occupied by Con rad .indllngcr mid his family of u wifo mid six children. ICnrly In tho morning n house cnt Jumped on tho tnble jiud up-sct tho lamp. Tho burning oil tired tho car pet nnd tho Haines rpread rapidly. Po liceman Smith tried to send In nn alarm from tho box near tho scene ot tho tire, but tho box could not be opened. When I he tiro engines did arrive, however, Humes weru bursting out of tho doors and windows. Tho mother in the meantime had left tho house, hut wns horrified to find that her twin children had not been taken out. She rushed back up to tho mnko-hilcd stairway uud wns found with her children a few minutes Inter. Tho firemen wero compelled to cut a holo In tho roof In order to get the bodies out. Bult Attalnst John Wnnamakcr. At Philadelphia. Kdwnrd J. Brooks Instituted proceedings In tho United States Court against tho firm of John Wnnamakcr for the Government to re cover 1,000 for an alleged violation by the defendants of the contract labor law. lliooks claims thnt on account of nn ad vertisement in a London paper ho enmo to this country nnd wns employed in Wnniunnkcr's silk depnrtment; that his passage money was deducted; nnd thnt, although the understanding wus Hint ho wns to hold his position for two years, ho was discharged ut the end of tho first your. Awful Torture of Convict. Th- Savannah (Gu.) Grand Jury re turned a sensational presentment with re gmd to tho count) chain gang couvluts, iimdo up of petty offenders. Tweuty-ouo men nre disabled, most of them perma nently, from fearful exposuro In the re cent freezing weather, Fuut of thu men have been brought to the hospital, and seventeen, thu icpoit sus, now lie on hard board hods in the convict enmp, wrapped In blankets, emaciated and disa bled. Of the convicts In thu city hospital nuv or mcro will lose .i leg. An overhaul ing of tho convict system may result. Oermnn Knllrond Illockeil, Tho weather Is tery hovoru throughout Germany, snow having fallen for suvu-ty-two hours continually. Itnilroud truf fle Is blocked ill Silesia, Pnmeriililu, Schleswig and in all tho mountainous I parts ot Southern Germany. Dcutli of a Clilcunouti, A Clilcugoun by tho uaiiiu of Fiugcruld died at one of the prominent hotels of the City of Mevici) under suspicious mir loiiudingH. Tho cause of Ids dentil is being ln estimated by thu authorities. Into mi Open Druw. A trolley cur of thu Kussell avenue and Ilolton streot line, Milwaukee, plunged through thu open drnw of tho Klunlcklii nick nvenue bridge nt 8:30 Mondoy morn lag, carrlng three people down to death In the Icy waters of the river. Six others were rescued from the partly submerged enr Tho dend were: Mrs. Antoinette U. Khlmmi, a kindergarten teacher; John Kennedy, motormnn; Miss Scbiiildtkuuts!, employed nt Nntlounl Knitting Works. It wus the worst street enr accident thnt ever happened in Milwaukee, and tho news of the shocking disaster sent u thrill of horror throughout the city. From nil accounts the accident seems to hnvo clearly been duo to tho carelessness of thu riintormnn, John Kennedy, but he stuck to his post In n vain endeavor to stop the enr, which hu linil permitted to nppronch too nenr the open drnw, nnd paid thu penalty of his carelessness with his life. The mr struck endwise In the river, mid wus submerged for nboiit two thirds of Its length, the fiut thnt It did not go lo the bottom of the river, which Is eighteen fret deep nt thnt point, being due to tho presence of thick Ice. This circumstance nlone, It Is believed, made It possible to rescue nny of the passen gers. III.KW UP TUB 11U1LD1NO. Milan, Ohio, Hank Robbed of 930,000 -liurKlnra Alurni the Town. About 4 o'clock Momlny morning n ter rific explosion awakened the people of Milan, Ohio. A hurried examination show ed that thu Lockwood hank building lmd been broken Into, the snfc blown nnd Its contents, nbout 30.000, tnken hy five mnsked men, who. Iq VJ0Wjl Pnp? ,H0 safe, lmd demolished the building nnd started nn nlnrm nil over tho village. Among tho mnnr who stnrted to Investi gate the explosion wns L. L. Stoddard, cashier of tho bank, nnd ho wns Just hi time to sco the five men lenve the bank building, Jump Into n cnrrlngo nnd drive away. He fired bcvowI shots nt them, but without effect, nnd tho men soon dis appeared in the direction of Sandusky. A posse of men wns hurriedly orgnnled nnd soon followed In pursuit. At the sntne time notices were sent by wire in nil directions, nnd the news sprend around them so securely thnt escape wn3 well nigh Impossible. At Sandusky two meli were caught. The exnet amount or money secured cntinot yet bo ascertained, but It Is believed to be about 830.000. The hntik Is n wenlthy concern, which ftiet wns doubtless known hy the men. The only error In their well-lnld plntis wns the henvy explosion which stnrted the nlnrm. It is quite probable thnt they lmd not prepared It with sufficient enuthni nnd hy thnt error their plain were npiet nnd themselves placed in danger of enpture. DKACONKPS HOMi: IIURNB. Four Patient Lose Their Live In a Fire nt Cleveland Till Morning. Tho Deaconess Homo on Jciiulus.i nve nue, Cleveland, wns destroyed by tire, mid four pursuits wero burned to dentb. Tho dend are: Albert Allmeyer, Minnie Hnuiuer, an clght-month-old baby, Jacob Krnuse. The llro started In the bnse m cnt, presumably from the furnace, mid before it could he extinguished four of the fifteen patients in the house nnd tins pltnl were dead nnd the building almost entirely destroyed. Hruvc work on the pnrt of the firemen nnd police nlone pre vented n further loss. The Deaconess Hospital hns been In existence but a short time in Cleveland. It Is n branch of n Inrge hospltnl lu Chicago, nnd Is of nn especlnl denomination. PROJKCT FOR ORKAT CANALS. Ilill Authorizing n Company to llcffin Work with Large Capital. Representative Dalzell of Pennsylvania Introduced a hill lncorioratlng the Mari time Ciiunl Company of North America, nml to nuthorlxe tho construction of nnvl- gublo canals through the United States between the great hikes, the St. Lnwreuee Itivcrnnd tide-water lu the Hudson Riv er. Tho company's head office Is to be in New York City. Its capital stock Is to bu $10.01)0,000. It may have an interest bearing debt of !5120.000,0(h:, nnd Is em powered to construct the works Indicated above. Sued hy III Divorced Wife. Mrs. Cordelin Coleman, tho divorced wife of Wlllinm It. Coleman, u wealthy Montgomery County, ludhnn, fnrmer, filed n $.",( HO suit ngnlnst her ex-hushnml fot- mnllcloiis prosecution. Lust June Mr. Coleman's $0,000 residence was b.irned, nml he charged his wifo with the 'rime. The case was tnken to Lebanon, nnd Mrs. Coleman wus acquitted after n trial last ing a week. Shu now proposes 10 get even nnd wilt bring nctinu for dnmnges ngnlnst other farmer eitiiceus of the neigh borhood. Dcatli In u French Mine. An explosion of tiro dump Is reported from Montcenu les Mines, France. Thirty persons nro believed to have been killed In tho mine where thu explosion took place. Fire broke out lu the St. Isogenic pit, nnd while the miners were lighting tills fire an explosion occurred which wrecked tho galleries nnd entombed the miners. The rescue pnrty hns recovered twenty-ono bodies nnd hns removed from -tho ruins eight badly injured miners. taa of IirltUh Steamer. The Iirltlsh steamer Itunl, dipt. Smith, grounded nnd foundered off St, Mlchnol's, Ar.orcs. Tho Itunl sniled from Imdon Nov. 120 for Deui'ii-urn nml put into St, Michael's in distress. Repairs were inudo nnd she proceeded on her voyngo Dee. 10, arriving nt Harbndoes on Dee. 2S. Sho wns on her return trip to Loudon when tho present disaster occurred. Twenty Store Hnrncd. Twenty stores wero burned nt Coantl cooke, Que., Wednesday night, causing n loaa ot about ?iuu,uuu. MAJULET QUOTATIONS, Chlengo Cattle, common to prime, $.1.75(1.00; hogs, shipping grades, $3.00 614,50: sheen, fair to choice. S2.00JW.50: wheat. No. 2 red, 4lKri0c; corn, No. 2, ukjuicj onts, No. 2, 20Q27c; rye, No. 2, Rl(fi52c: butter, choice crenmerr. IBM?' 23V.! Kgs, fresh, 222,'ic; potntoos, car luis, per tmsliel, (LYUiOc. Imlhiniipolfs-Cnttle, shipping, $3(ft 5.50; hogs, choice light, $3(4.50; slu'ep, common to prime. S2fft: whent. No. 2 red, 51(852c; com, No. I white, 40Ii wc; oats, No. 2 white. 32j32V.e. St. Louls-Cnttle, S3f5.75; hogs, $3 150; whent, No. 2 red. 50i51o; coin, No. 2. 3WU30e; onts, No, 2, 3(Vru30e; rye, No. 2, ,7fyft4e. Cliiclnnntl-Cnttle. $3.50fi5,50; hogs, $3.5(Vft4.50: sheep. 24.50; whent. No. 2, 53j5lcj corn, No. 2 mixed, WWaW&'l outs. No, U mixed, illttCUu; rye, No. 2, 55ft 57c. Detrolt-Cnttle, 82.50fo5.50; hogs, $4 1.50: sheep, S2:t,50; wiunt. No. 1 1 white, 554'..'; coin, No. 2 yellow, 404(41 e; onts. No, 2 white, il3!iai&c; rye, No. 2, 0irn53e. Toledo Wheat, No. 2 red, B2'aft2J.es corn, No. 2 mixed, 40ir41c; oiittf. No. 2 white, il2fft32Jc; rye. No. 2. B2fi54c. Huffiilo-Cutlle. S2.50if5.50; hogs. S.'lift 4.50; sheep, 821.50; wheat, No. 2 red. 57ifj57!lc; corn, No. 2 yellow, 45-ilJuj onts, No, 2 white. 35(((35i.c. Milwaukee Whent, No, 2 spring. Bltff 62c; corn, No. 2, 43ii(-t:ii.u; ontN, No, 2, white. 310(31 He: hurley, No. 2, 6lf(5lle; rye, No, 1, 62ii54c; pork, mess, S0.50&, 10.00. Now York Cntllo. $3(35.75; hogs, $.1.50 5; sheep, $2fi4,75; whent, No. 2 red, nsnUc; corn, No. 2, 4(KS47u; oata, white Western, 37041c; butter, creamery, 1GQ 23c; egfi, Western, 25(2-70. ACNEW kmMM ROOM 1409, No. 100 Washington Street, FBAlfCIl AONBW. ) JOHN P. AOVBW. , aaUf M'OILLaW. tUOUAB OAIAM. 6AHAN u iil and lalsted Streets. PETER. J. BIEQLER. 0. WAGNER. HENRY EBERTSHAXUSaW nSlEI. EBHKH1EBSE8 1 WACKl CUT STONE CONTRACTORS -AMD All Kinds of Gut and Sawed Stone.. Office, Yards and Oaw Mill: Sonihoust Corner of Division and Chonv Streets. Sox 171, Builders and Traders1 Exchange, CHICAGO. JAMES PEASE, 633 Lincoln Avenue;. PAINTING - CALCiniNING, ETC '-Telephone, T. JOHNSON & CO., -MANUFACTURERS OF- COOPERAGE -AND DEALERS IN- Coopers' Stock. OFFICE and SHOP, 210 to 216 N. Carpenter St c:HicrcyO, iiiirsrcis. M F, QLLQHER, Pres. GALLAEIHER WL CO.. FLOWERS AND DECORATIONS. Wobasli Ave. and Monroe St., and 185J Michigan Are. TELEPHONE MAIN 2358, GREENHOUSES, 5G49 WASHINGTON AVE. MARTIN BECKER. ! DEALER IN Hen's, Yoif s, Boys' ana Children's Clothing. HATS, CAPS, AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 326 Division Street, near Sedgwick St Styiotly Ono Price JH9JMaka-llL taBaaaaajBHaaflBaiBBiaKaawaak CO., onlrafa Chicago. TKOlCAt BYRNE, D-ALGItS IV- urn GRAINING Iiftlce "Vie-vr lffOu JOHN C, SCHUBERT, Sec, mi Trta. !mTi - (j,i,;' tlt.vj.ttoMA 1 JCCJgjfe'tfjitiS ri $tM lUiUf-vl-. -, Igl'