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TUBS OHIOAOO Hl-A-GrLiBJ.
BEBUDEZ ASPHALT PAYING CO.
Suite 1401 and 1402 Title and Trust Building,
Telephone Main 3152. 1 00 Washington Street.
JOHN ncOILLEN, Vice President and General rUnager.
JOHN P. AQNEW, Secretary.
i. trc. Gen. MfT.
WM. H. ALSIP,
Sec. and Treas.
Alsip Brick Co.
Office, 421 Chamber of Commerce.
'431 a4 Lincoln Streets.
CMcacoaa Hamlin Avenue.
jOaCalcafoand Calumet Terminal Ry.
(near Blue Island).
Oa C, M. St. P. Ry . (mar Skermervllle)
A COMMITTEE of nine mechanical engineers employed by the Edward P. Allli
Ceapany, of Milwaukee, Wis., the most skillful manufacturers of engines and
ley la the world, alter examining and testing thirty-six different makes ol
A high grade Bicycles, pronounced the "Gladiator" the
most scientifically constructed, easy running and highly
finished bicycle in existence. Upon their judgment a
JV larva order lor
PECK & WIS.
266 WABASH AVENUE.
UEONARP J. EASTLAND.
Eastland & Duddleston
27 and 29 Market Street, Chicago.
Hotels, Club Houses and Restaurants Supplied.
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
954 WEST LAKE ST.,
Grnr Oaklty Av. CHICACO.
FRANK B. ALSIP,
43d Street Yard Yards 604
Chicago Avenue Yard West 333
Blue Island Yard Blue Island 1
(Hike Main 1909
was placed, for the use of members and employeaof teat
company. No test so severe and thorough as this has
ever been made. Prospective buyers can be guided with
safety by this decision. The "GLADIATOR" is truly a
"WHEEL OF PERFECTION."
r -i 'hhisrtr Jif'
FOR THE EAGLE.
A GoUitloi of lews froi
All Of er thi Worll
Ftatt tf Political, Commercial
and Geaeral Intolliienei
for Eailo Itiadin.
V.. II, Robert til Mnrgnn'a Place.
Dunlel X. .Morgan, Treasurer of the
Unite. State". Iiuh irunxfcircd hi untie
to KIIU 11. Hobcils of Now Yolk, the
now Ticiisutcr. Tliu Irunsfi r of the otfki!
to him IiivoIm'm 11 1'niiiit of nil the money
mill sivtitlllcs In tliu vaults of the trens
my, iiki 11'f.ntlnir about 9700,000,000. This
l mi enormous miilcitiiklntr, nml will i'in
ploy iil.oiit 1(H) persons, Including expert
cotiutcM mid Uii'lr iiKrlstuiits, continuous
l.v for .ihout three months. Most of this
tlmo will lip taken In counting the vast
Mori of sliver. It Ik estimated tlmt th
paper tiruicy rim ln counted In nhoiit
two weeks' time, nml tlmt It will take
Hourly two month Mini it hnlf to count
thf silver. Mr. Morgan's bondsmen will
not ln tcllevcd until (lit count 1h coiiclud
I'd, mill nit the iiiniicjH nml bond In IiIm
chnrw hnvo been fully mi minted for. The
bond of the United Mutes Treasurer I
.5 l.V Mil 10. mid Hint nillclnl in personally
responsible for the safe keeping of nil the
fundi It IiIm cIuukc. Till committee ni
pointed ly Secretary (luge to tiink thi'
c.Mimliritloii In composed of Diist.mil.
chief of tliu public tn'ini'.VK iIIvIhIoii, lep
rocntlnu the Secretary of the Treasury;
Iluutiu.'ston. ihlcf of tin- lomi division,
representing I'lfitmniT Morgan, nml I'M
wnrd Uurhlngcr, cashier of it imlloniil
lunik nt Utlcu, X. Y representing Jlob-
First Counterfeit New t)3 silver Cer
The llist counterfeit new ?." ullver wr
tlllente. him been discovered in Chicago.
Chief of Secret Servlio 11 11 Ken say It In
n very dangerous eoimterfelt. It ll made
liy the lithographic process, unit consists
of pictures of the front mill hnek of the
genuine notes, being enrefully pasted to
gether. The paper In .liipuueiie. thinner
tlmii the legal note. lletwecn the pieces
silk llher Iiiin heen distributed. 'J lie note
In of .1 scries of 1MHJ nml lieitrN check
letter It; pluto. No. 4 ito he found In the
lower part of the large V nt the lowet
right-hand corner fnce of the note); .1.
Fount TIII1111111, register: 1). X. Moignn.
trcnstiior; Xo. : 170.1 170; cninll cnrinlue
M-nl. .Much of the work on the note In
hlmrcd mid liidlxtlui't: especially In this
true or the fnce of the llgure representing
"America." mid the Imprint of the bureau
of engraving mid printing. The seal In
much dnrker red ilinu the genuine nml
hudly blurred. The numbering In loo large
mid the ilnrk outliueH of Hie orlviunl iium
hern en 11 he fulntly illKcerned liciicnth
tlniM' Ntmnpeil 011' the counterfeit. 'J he
h:ick of the note Iiuh n dull, fmlcd up
peiirmice. The pern ink U 11 llithter
rhmlc tlnin tlmt iimm! iiii the Kctiiilno.
The portrnltN of "(limit" mid "Hherl
dim" lire Hut, do not Htunil out In relief
ON In the ccimlne. The note Iiiin the up
tienruuee of having hecu ilreiilntcil. uwltiK
In 11 detitce to the noII, llliroiiN vlinrncter
of the paper.
Nominated far Oovcrnor of Ohio at
the Democratic Convention.
(Inventor Horace I.. Chapmmi
Lieut. (Jov Melville D. Hlmw
Supreme .ludve 1. 1'. ffpiimiK
Attorney (Icnernl V. II. lore
Htnle TrciiHiirer liimeN !', WI'hoii
Hoard of 1'ulillo WorkN.lVlcr II. Ileirnoii
School CotiimlNNlotier. . . . Hyrou II. Hiiril
The loreisoliiK ticket wiin plnccil in noiif
Inntloii WiilneNilay hy the Ohio Dcmoi
nicy nt C'olniiiliUN, Ohio, nfter one of the
moKt iNcltlim conteNtN in the hUtory of
llutkeye imiIUIch. The currency plaul. de
clared for nllvcr colmiKe at the rutin of
111 to 1. IckiiI tender iiuallllcatloiiN for Hie
nllvcr dollar, and IocIhIiiiIoii "to prevent
ileiiiiiiietliitliui of any kind of IckhI ten
der money hy private inntraet."
Willi: CAKHIhl UKATII.
One Man Kilted nml Otticra Ilurntd
In Clevelnml riitmrti.
At Cleveland, one man wan electrocut
ed, another wiin hoirildy xhnekcil and
n'verul wi'iv Hcvcrely hurucd. The acci
dent occurred at Xine-Mlle Cicek, In the
eiiNtcru tuilnnli. The men were hulldlni.
a htotio ahutuiciit, with the aid of a Initio
ieiilei. over the cni'k. A ciiy roie went
over tie feed wire of the We CouhoII
dated trolley N.VHtein. Somehow or other
the Inhibition had worn off. A ciiiient
of M'vi'inl tliiMiHiinil vol in wiih pulNiitlni:
throuah the wins
Athlctca of the lliamnnt.
rollowim; I the Ntnnilliii; of the club,
of tliu Xatlomil MiiKcbull Ix'sikuv:
W. I W. I..
Kalilmore .. .Illl
Cincinnati . ,'X
New York... IK!
Cleveland .. .-7
U Krooklyu ..: .'(! I'.S
IT Philadelphia. 127 .'10
17 Washington. -'2 III
L!ll Louisville . . ,'J1 :i''
27 Chicago 20 .'in
27 SI. Louis.. ..11 U
The showing of tho members of the
Wcktcru League Is Hiiinmurlxcd belnwi
W. L. W. L.
Columbus ....'IS 17 Detroit 20 .'CI
lnillaimpllN.:i7 IHG'ud llapiilN,2l .'IS
St. Paul -II 21 KansiiN Cliy.20 ::
Milwaukee ..IIII 20 Minneapolis. Ill 42
Fell Auioiik Thl.ver,
JamcH Arnold came to Chicago from
Untie, Mont, He hud iuiiiIc money In
milling nnd longed for some way to p -ovo
It. So he paid !0,IMIO to be Instructed hi
the wiles of mi olibtlme coulideiu'e g.ime.
Arms of Tramps In KnitHna.
All army of l.'.OiK) tramps, now In Kan
min is moving westwaid. They Infest the
wheat mid coin Ileitis at ulglil, The
tramps m hound for the coast, wiicru'
they say they will try to mviiio work In
the Irrigated valleys of the West.
cnllnn Hnto Hank Ctm-il,
The Salliia, Kan,, Slate Haul; volunta
rily went into the hands of t lie State
Haul; Cnmiiilsslou, The depositors will
he paid ill full, aceoidlug to the bank oltl
Wllllnm I.owIn Winann Head.
William Ia'wIs Wiiiau of llaltlmore,
Md., i d-ad. Mr, Wlmiiis was i; member
of tliu firm that eoiiMructod tho St Pet
ersburg and Moscow Itailrnnd in Itussla.
Tim ilrm did more than any others to aid
that country to keep pace with tho pro
gress of civilization.
Mormon I'.ldrrn I'.xpslled,
Klders llyd-alch, Pomcroy, Parish and
Join, fcur Mormon elders from Utah,
wero run out of Meridian, Miss. The eld
ers hnieVon In tho city several doya
arranging for meetings, and had begun a
house-to-house cauvaxs for the purpose of
securing converts. -
- VinliisMtii ir-,irTrMiT,-irMftif i
STORM WAS WIDI18PMEAU.
Wind nml T.lithttilnt; Knrtu T.tveni but
Katu tlclpH Crop.
The reports of hoary torm throughout
outhci'L Illinois cd Missouri nre receiv
ed. tornado struck the northern por
tion of Itlch IIIM. Mo.. Thunday night.
The dnninso will amount to thousands of
dollars. One set of kiln and olio et of
furnaces of the Chcrokcc-l.aiiyon Smelter
Company were blown down, caujtht Are
and were totally consumed. The black
smith shop and other bullditiirs nt the
lnnt were blown away. The Hlch Hill
canning factory wa wrecked. The brick
Woct of the M. 8. Cowle Mercantile
Company was unroofed and the water
poured In, greatly damaging tho tock.
The Buckerldge block, brick, was unroof
eil, and the buildings occupied by the
Dally Ilevlew badly damaged. Tne city
hall and tho Wlscmnn brick block were
unroofed. ThoKlumpp block was damaged
and the amphitheater, house, horse stalls,
sheds nnd iloral hall, together with agri
cultural halls and other buildings nt tin
fair grounds, were completely demolished
The streets are blocked with trees, fences
and outbuildings, signs nnd plate glass.
The Christian and Episcopal churches
were wrecked. The houndhouse of tho
Memphis road is a twtal wreck nnd freight
cars were blown fruin the tracks In the
I'nclflc nnd Memnhls yards. While the
wind has been destructive to trees, cropi
and buildings in some sections, the rain
has greatly benefited some crops. Around
Cairo, III., fully live Inches of rain has
fallen within tho last week, breaking tho
drought nnd saving corn nnd other crops.
Iteitorts from nearly evcTy section of
southern Illinois Indicate that while tho
yield of wheat Is below tho average, tho
quality Is unusually good. St. Joseph,
Mo., suffered especially from the wind.
Hlg trees wero uprooted, and small build
ings crushed, Tho other points through
out the State where tho storm was espe
cially severe wero Moberly, Alexandria,
Fayette, Trenton and California. Sev
eral lives wero lost through lightning.
Mrs. Ituben Ulckabaugh. wife of a farm
er, was Instantly killed whilo sitting nt
the window of her house, two miles from
Albany. Albert Ilouster. n farm hand liv
ing near St. Charles, Mo., also suffered
death In the same way, while n number of
farmers In both Illinois and Missouri had
barns and crops burned by tho lightning.
In n Topekn, Kan., hailstorm ninny per
sons were hurt nnd roofs and windows of
Iowa Democrats "elect llltn as a On
Following Is tho ticket named at Dct
Moines, Iowa, Wednesday)
For Governor Frederick 12. White
For Lieutenant Governor,
Ueiijnuiln A. I'lummer
For Supreme Court Justice. .L. G. Klunc
For Superintendent of l'ubllu In
struction G. F. Itelnhnrdt
For Itatlroad CommUoloner. .S. U. Crane
Frederick 13. White nnd Judge Kluno
are Democrats, I'lumbcr mid Itclnhardt,
silver Itepubllcnns. mid S. U. Crane, can
didate for Hnllroad CominUsloucr, is a
Populist. The ticket really represents
the combined work of line separate and
distinct conventions, hut on account of
tho provisions of tlio nntlfuslon law
which wns passed by the State Legisla
ture tho Democratic convention had to
nominate it primarily and the Populist
and silver Itepublican conventions In
dorsed tho nctlon nf tho Democrats.
Flfty-lhreo mlddlo of tho rond Populist,
headed by Messrs. Wilier uud Weeks,
THADB'B TIDi: IB HIB1NO.
. j t
B. O. Dan A Co. Noto Orndnat bnt
It. G. Dun tc Co.'s Weekly Ilevlew of
Trade says: "There Is no step backward
in business, although the season of mid
summer nu et Is near. Improvement con
tinues, gradual and prudently cautious,
ns before, alt hough In many branches evi
dent where no signs of it appeared a few
weeks ago. Kindness men of the highest
standing in all parts of the country, hav
ing gradually perceived that the tldo has
begun to rise, nre regulating their con
tracts and Investments nnd their plans
for the future with a confidence quite un
known to Hum a short Hutu ago. Great
changes before tho adjournment of Cou
grrss aro hardly expected, but removal
of uncertainly is with rensau expected to
bring into operation buying forces which
hnvo been restricted for months. The
main factor at this tlmo Is thn steadily
brightening prospect for crops."
UCKAN MNKU ON FIHIC.
Thrllllnir Kxpcrlnncn of Passenger.
an the City of Home.
There wns mi exciting battle with uro
en the Anchor lluer City of Home, which
came Into New York Sunday evening. It
was n struggle In which a resolute and
self-osseiisiMl captain nnd n well-drilled
crew showed to great advantage, nnd tho
2IIII pnsH'iigcrs who nro safo from the
dire peril of llamo uud wave heartily ex
tol the brnro work of the hardy mariners.
Tho lire appeared on board when the ves
sel wns Hearing tho end of her Journey
from Glasgow, nnd for live toilsome
hours the crew fought It manfully, while
throughout tlmt thrilling period tho pas
sengers stood in excited groups about the
boats, wlilcli lind Uecn swung out rcnily
Women in the Dnnuson.
The. St. Ixmls Gldbe-Democrat has tin's
from Havana; "At Below Collan. In Ma
tatuas province, tho Insurgents released
twenty-three prisoners from jail last
week, Ave of whom hud been held without
charges, as far as they knew, for three
years. After getting these men nnd worn
en out the Insurgents worn nbout to burn
tho jail, n small structure, when tlio pris
oners begged them not to until they had
searched tho place, as they felt sure that
moro prisoner wcto still in it. The Cu
bans began tearing down the jail, hut not
until tlio building was In ruins did they
dlscover n secret dungeon underneath.
There, In a small cell, hardly largo enough
for them to turn about In, wcr four men,
In a second cell wero threo women. The
women were almost insane, and it was
some time before they could tell tholr
stories. One linil been a belle of the city
and bad heen Imprisoned because sho re
sisted advance of tho colonel command
ing tho ttoops there: The other two wore
confined for having relatives In tho Cuban
army, but the reason for imprisoning them
lu this horrible hols' wns not ascertained.
They were fed only nine n day, and n no
light entered the place, tholr existence
was nlmost Intolerable. They had been
In there six months, but nil seemed mere
wrecks when tnken out, nnd could not
bear the sunlight. Tho men weie not In
any better condition, ami two of them
have since died,"
Cornell I. Champion, '
Cornell proudly claims the tltloof queon
of the rowing world. Her champion crew
overwhelmingly defeated Yolo and Har
vunl Friday afternoon at I'onghkevpile.
Gono are tho claims for glory of tho ling-
llsli stroke, it would seem, for Mr. Leh
maun's crow from Harvard, Its avowed
exponents, fiulslu-il, exhnusted and half
dead, lengths behind Yule. And Yale's
crew rowed a plucky race, but was never
iu it with Cornell. Cornell's time, 20 rain
utus ti4 seconds, wns not record breaking,
but was good considering tho condition of
In the IIoub of flail.
Ono fit tho most sensational tragedies
ever enacted In north Texas took place In
tho Methodist Kplscopal Church In Picas-
ant Valley, Dallas County, lu tho tours.
niMiM - ffiV "
of tho services Sunday. As n result Au
gustus Garrison n'nd Frank Jones nro
dead and Thomas Jones probably fatally
wounded. The Mnukoti nnd Jones fam
ilies are among the most promlneut plant
cm In tho section of Terns. They own
adjoining plantations nnd hnvo been on
tho best of social relations for many
years. Augustus Garrison was n married
man nnd had n daughter 10 years old
named Lois. The Jones brothers wero
single. Frank Jones for n year or more
had been very partial in his attentions to
Garrison's daughter. Itccently tho girl
made serious charges ngalnst htm. 'he
matter became a neighborhood scandal in
Pleasant Valley, and Garrison swore ho
would have the life of the betrayer of his
daughter. Mutual friends succeeded In
keeping the men apart until Sunday, when
the llrst meeting between them since tho
scandal took place. Garrison and the
Jones family worship nt tho snme church.
Just as the preacher had taken his text
nfter prajer and the singing of n hymn,
Garrison, who had n scat near tho door,
stepped to the doorway, It Is believed, to
get some fresh air, ns the ntmospherc In
tho building was oppressive. Ho had no
more than readied the doorway when the
congregation was startled by n fusillade
of pistol shots. Xenrly n dozen wero flrcd
In nbout ns many seconds' time. When
tho firing censed Augustus Garrison nnd
Frank Jones were lying dead In front of
tho church steps, nml Thomns Jones wns
stretched on the lawn near by, one hand
clasped on his right thigh, nnd In his left
he had n pistol. Ills statement of tho
shooting was brief and In suhstnnco that
ho and his brother Frank were nppronch
Ing tho church door nnd wero within ten
feet of it when Gnrrlson nppenred and
instnntly drew his pistol. Frank Jones
wns shot three times, once In tho region
of tho heart, once in the right side, nnd
once lit the head. Gnrrlson received but
one bullet, nnd that pierced his heart.
Xelther man lived long enough to rcnllso
OlllAKA TAKKN AND LOST.
Oarcla's Men Capture the Cuban Pan.
port, but Foil to Hold It.
AdvlTos received from Santiago prov
ince give further details of the lighting
during li-st week nrotind Glbnra nnd
Danes, betwen Insurgents and Spanish
forces. The advices state that the Insur
gents under Gen. Callxto Garcia nnd Col.
Torres, numbering between 0,000 and
0,000 well-armed and equipped men, at
tacked both of tho seaports simultane
ously, but mot with n stubborn resist
ance from the Spaniards, who had been
advised of their coming, nnd were pre
pared to icslst attacks. Tho demonstra
tion ngalnst llanos, which is less than
ten leagues distant from Gibara, on tho
north toast, was merely 11 feint by tho
rebels to divert attention nnd draw tho
Spanish forces from Gibara, which was
tho point really to bo attacked, and which
they knew had been strongly fortltlcd and
garrisoned. The ruse was partially suc
cessful, nnd Garcia, with his forces, en
tered Glhura. Ills success, however, was
only of short duration, as ho was subse
quently driven out after n hot fight, dur
ing which many were killed mid wounded
on both sides. Gen, Gomez has planned
his summer campaign and put It In opera
tion. Already column of thousands of
well-armed men. muter eltlclcut leaders,
have been distributed throughout Matnn
stts, ll.ivutm nnd other provinces.
COPr'B MURDKKOUR DUliD. '
Attempted tho Live of Three of Ilia
William II. Copp, erased becauso of the
estrangement of bis wife, tried Monday
nt Chicago to exterminate the family of
her venerable father, Dr. Andrew 0. Han
kin, n prominent physician nnd a war
comrade of Gen. Grunt In tho tierce
duel of the uien, witnessed by trembling
nml injured women of the household, tho
futlier-lii-lnw received u razor slash
across tils throat, making a serious
wound. A bullet from the doctor's re
volver Mould have reached (he madman's
heart had It not been for the heavy folds
of n reconciliation compact Copp had
brought In his pocket for his wife to sign.
At it dramatic pause In tho conlllct res
cuers broke through the locked doors and
saved Conn's victims from further In
jury. Their assailant was locked up nt
Woodlmvn. The doctor's wife nml Mrs.
Paul Hermes, u daughter, were severely
cut nnd bruised. Mrs. Copp was not nt
It liar, the Cuban.
Leading Havana newspapers comment
ing on Ca novas' Cuban reform bill, Insist
that nccoidlng to Its provisions tho fran
chise will bo extended to loyal Spaniards
only nnd will exclude Cubans who boro
urms against Spain nml those suspected
of having aided or abetted the revolt.
Lynching In MUslastppl.
A ucgro named Moseloy, who killed
Farmer John Strong near Crystal
Springs, Miss., a few days ago, and
who wis arrested at that placo and
routined In jail, wns hanged by a mob
there. The ucgro had been guarded by
100 armed men,
The Moon n Planet.
Prof, Anrpornlh of the Cordoba observ
atory usseits that the moon Is not u sat
ellite or tlio cnrlli, lint n planet.
"hacked to Ilia Drath,
At Auburn. X. Y ltobert J. Powley
was elecliouiled Tuesday morning for
killing lil wife.
Chlr.tyn Cattle, common to prime,
$;i.."i(i to iri.'-'.l; hoes, shipping grades,
l,U(i to f;.T: sheep, fair to choice, 92.00
to 74.011; nhent, No. 2 red, 70c to 72c;
colli, No. (!, IMc. to 2Uc; oats, No, 2, 17u
tit llc; tye, No, 2, IISo to Ullc; butter,
choke cieamciy, 14c to 10c; cuts, fresh,
he to tic: new potatoes, Hto to Ol)c per
bushel; Iiiooiii corn, common growth to
choice Kiecu hurl, 1320 to (70 per ton.
I titlhi ..n m1Im Cattle, shipping, $3.00 to
(.".SS; hogs, choice Unlit, 1.00 to SU.70;
sheep, common to choice, (Ki.00 to IP.75;
wheat, No. 2, 74c to "He; corn, No. 2
while, 2Uc to 28c; outs, No. 2 white, 20c
St. Louls-Cuttlc, f'i.OO to 5.25; bogs.
1.00 to f.',75; sheep, 1.00 to 4 00;
wheat, No, 2, 77c to isOe; corn, No, 2
yellow. 2c to 21c; oats, No, 2 white, 17c
to ISc; iji e, No. 2, .'lie to llllc.
Cincluuatl-Cntlle. &2.00 to 13.00; Iioks,
?.1.H0 to 1.70; sheep. ?2.00 to ?:i.7;.;
wheat, No. 2, 80c to 81c; corn. No. -mixed,
2(lc to 27c; ouU. No. 2 mixed, 20u
to 22c; i.e, No. 2. illte to :i5c.
Detroit-Cattle, $2.0(1 to $0.20; lings.
1.00 to 1,70; sheep, .'.00 to $4.00;
wheat. No, 2, fc'Oc to 82c; corn, No, 2
yellow, 2(Je to 28o; oats, No. 2 white, 22u
to 23c; I v. a4cto:itio,
Toledo-Wheat, No. 2 red, 80o to 82c;
corn, No. 2 mixed, !:0c to 2Uc; oats, No.
2 while, 10c to 20c; rye, No. 2, 34c to 3Uc;
clover seed, $1.20 to $4.30.
Milwaukee Wheat, No. 2 spring, 73c
to 74c; coin, No, 3, 21c to 20c; oats, No.
2 white, 21o to 23c; barley, No. 2, 30c to
30c; rye, No. 1, 30c to U7c; pork, mess,
$7.00 to (8.00.
Buffalo- Cattle, 92.50 to 95.20; hogs,
93.00 to 94-00; sheep, 93.00 to 94.50;
wheat, No. 2 rod, 84c to 80c; corn, No. 2
yellow, 28c to 30c; oats, No. 2 white, 24c
New Yoik-Cnttle. 93.00 to 90.50; hogs,
93.50 to 94.25; sheep, 93.00 to 94.00;
wheat, No, 2 red, 70c to 78c; coru, No. 2,
80s to 31c; oats. No. 2 white. 22c to 23c;
Quttcr, eicstncry, lie to luc; eggs, wl- j
J crD jqc to lie,
,, , l.-immimlV!ii'i'miJtifii
t . .F' -. .4: Sh J,,.HHHlia.
KRUQ SAND CO.,
! DEALERS IN I
All Kinds of Sand and Gravel
Room 203. 167 Dearborn St.,
Tslcphons Main 1726. CHICACO.
GAHAN & BYRNE,
421 and Halsted Streets.
M. B. MADDEN, Presldsnt.
C. B. KIMBELL, Vies President.
Western Stone Company,
asasal DEALERS IN SESsK
Rough, Sawed and Machine Dressed Stone.
Buooaaaors) to the Singer 4 Taloott Stone Co.; Exoelalor Stone Os
Cblcaflo and Lsmont Stone Co.; Jollet Stone Co.; Corneau Stone Os4
Bodenaohatz A Earnahaw Stone Co.; Lookport Stone Co.; Creaoema
Btone Co. Quarrlea LEMONT, XXX, L.OCKPORT, ILL., JOL.1ET, OX
Main Office. Room 320 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
Telephene Main 347. Oer. WnahlnBten and La Salle Ste.
THOMAS J. PETER.
Shale Brick Supply
Suite 320 Reaper Block, Clark aod Washington SiV
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Vitrified Paving Brick
PflfflUCTOH PAVUG BRICK CO,
OF CALE8BURC, ILL.,
Have no superiors. These Brick are made from
pure Shale and are sold on a striot guarantee. For
paving streets, foundations of large buildings, sta
ble, engine room and boiler house floors they are
steadily growing in publio favor.
MAIN OFFICE, GALESBURG, ILLINOIS.
Chicago Office, 322 Chamber of Commerce.
Send for Samples and Prices.
aiNIRAl VIIW OF CBstfLITI FLO0H AND CHUM,
Main Office: 1740 & 1741 Monadnock Block, Chicago.
Xolopliouo Main 171.
H. B. SCELY, Sol Manufacturer.
F. T. HASKELL, Trsssurar.
t). E. LINDQUIST, Bstrstara.
GEORGE C. PROBST.
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