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THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. PWtlw H I B FOR THE EAOLE. A Gollatloi of Hewi Iron All 0? er the Worll Petit of Political, Commarclal and Giaftral Intolllginoo for Easts Riadirs. Cnli.1t! Securities Ilcslrcri .At-rnrilliig to !i flnry ciiMcd from Mnil riil, It U Ik'IIi'VimI ill tin? SpatiNIi i-niitnl I lint i, u Am.'Iii-Aiiii'iIcui .vmlttnlo U tc invr formnl In Imy ii;i CiiIiuii IiuiiiN, niul lilc Ik tiikcit lis kixiiI I'viilrlirc licit n wills rni'inry iimitiKciiiriit of the Citlmn ili-lit jinililt in Ix to lit1 ninth1, ninl ilvt' (treat u r to tlio NpiiiiMi iiIIIcIiiN. 'J'hort' nro two i)iitnliiii(llim liurM nf I'iiImii howl (Mie fur .SI'J't.(HKMM)l) I nr H'llK Ixxmil In iNVit. mid tlii! iillirr fur .5l".'.il(W.l'i()li .7s .nitliurtziMl In IMMI. Of (lie liittcr $111, tiiiii,iK.iO wiih ri'MTVt'il to ictlri' llic (I ht com IxiiuN, while tin- ri'mnliiilcr wort' miM Ml I."i, TIiMI'm Ixiiicil In IfStt were snlil nf N". In r.lch HIM- lln I.oihIm nt't fur JjiltH) r:rli. rr 11111 icm'IiIh, ill'.il llll'.v IMilllllc III llfty j turn from itiito. Tin1 nlimimts mil oiiimUtu: nro .silM.imo.iUMl nf tlic ll' ninl !i-ii..oi),(uo r the r.'-; ?::oi).r.iK).iM)ii i iimcilicr, mi which llic it 11 ti 11 11 1 IntorCMi It -5ll."lL,CMW). Till! lllttTOt l piiyilhli' In I.Miiitnti, Ilurniiii, Mmlrlil, ltiirirlmi:i uml 1'itrl. 'i'lit! liiniii lire owMiroil ly nil if thi ruvniUPM of the MiiiiiI nf t'nlni niul nro I'unniisfrril hy Spiiln. There wiih n prior Ikxiii' of Ciilmii liomN In 1880 to pny olt thejnnii mlvniiceil liy the llitiivo lllxpiuio Oilntilnl to fittnl the Cnluui llo.nllnu' leht ji tnl to oxclintice for thene lioluN the (J per ent oMIinitlmiri of 1878. There were J7r.)U,4Kl of thee lioml of 1880 nml they were ronverletl Into liomN of 18S0 nnl tlii'80 not converted were pnhl off. HAILWAY COM.IHION IN OHIO. Feint 1'iiHcnBcr' Train on the Haiti more Ohio i-trlkcs h Freight. The fiiHt New York-Chlciiijo piDmenecr t rnlii. No, 7. on the Itiiltlinore uml Ohio Itiillronil, left Dellnlre, Ohio with two en vllirx. liniiliiii: u heavy Iriiln eonipoteri of the unlucky tiiiitiher of thirteen ear. AIimiii nlxly-llvc uilli'M wet, when ixilu( lnwn n Krnile nt n terrllie peel Into New ('oiiconl, tlie'tmln run Into the rrarcinl of n wes'l-liotuiil freluht t nt In. -00 ynrils riil of tlio ilrpot. The two paHM-nevr on viiir lowcil Into the chImium' uml through lx enrh Imuleil with eoke. Comliielor .iiiniH'! I'lixton of the fielitht train wiih miiL'ht In the cnhoive uml iuxtuntly Jcllleil. !lln nnr liraheiiiau, (Icotkp rmt, wii rnujtlit In the wreck nml liiully In .Inn-il. The llroninii of eiiKlne 7IKI wan fill n liy injiirnl. None of the xisscni;crri vnn hurt. INDIAN DANCl'.ltH HHOT. One K'lllcil, One Kntnlly Woiinilcil nml Another Injured. 1)itrl:iK the lmll.in ilunce near .Mill Creek. I. 'I'., priiiuNcuiiiis shooting wiih iiiiliilvil In by iinkuown pi-rHoim. Hen l.ewic c.'oiititlilo of Ticli'imlii'ii Colin t. AtnH Mlleil. Wi'Hley Hrown. u full lilniiil, wiih finally woiimlcil liy n bullet In Ihe lirc.iNt. Siinipxiu Itrown, nlno u full bliioil, w.iti wnuiiileil In the iinn nml luiml. HAS HIH NUHi: I'AKKI) DOWN. Uklinnl Unlth'n F.lutit-Incli I'rolxiH cIm licit nceit. When Itii'l.nnl .Smith of Imllan Itivcr, New Vork Ktute, retunm hoiue lilx frlemN will Imrilly heiilile to reeoKiiIxe him. Tills In line to tin opera I Inn HiiceeHsfnlly per formed In New York City tit Ht. Vincent lioHpltnl on Smith' iiomc, which linn liceu reiliircd to u normal uppemhiKe. 1 1 Im pro loei wiih formerly olylil Ifichoi lonvr. Mltllonolro (otdlcr Dlcn. Crahr.m A. Yoiiiik of I.otiinvllle, Ky sun of nn rnrtheiiwarc innniifaetiirer who left n fortune of !"1,00U,(MMI, died lu the lHiHt lmplliil nt WllletV Point. L. I. Ho I'lillHteil in the eimineer eorpx nnkuow;n to hih mother, returned from l'orto Ilico three weeks npo, nml won (ttrleken with typhoid fever. Itontu Dcwcjr for lrcllcnt. 'The frienilH of Ad mi nil Dewey nro lie 'termiiied to iircKenthU inline to the Amer- Iran peopln iih n cnndldiile for the prenl "li'iic.v. At lean mich U the Hliitenient iiinde on tlio nnthority of Senator I'rovtor tf Vermont, one of Dewey'i elonc.t friend.. Jone' Narrow Kacapct 'While reliirniiiR to Wulkeiv Minn,, from n council with the Hear Island Indian, ('iimmlHKloiier .lone hud u narrow csoiipo from drowniiiK. the Hleniner Klom, whielt had carried liiin, helm; wrecked clone l.i the dock liy runiilni; on lo Hiineu thuherM, lot to liico la Atlopteil. At itonu Tiiemlny Ihe United Stalet llau wits rnlsed itpun the palace nt Ml Morro, San-. Minn, l'orto Illeo, and the liiial cere nnitny of the delivery of the Island to thu .1 'lilted Ktutei- (joveriuneiit win per funned. ' l'coplc'M 1'nrty I'apcr Suapcnila. The Pcople'h I'nrly I'tiper. one of the iiioxi ludiieiiliiil organ of I'opiiliHiu, of which TliiuiiiiH 11, WutHon wan editor, mis pemlcd public iitiou Hatiinlay at Atlanta, ln, Kit: Cotton Crop In Mexico, The cotton crop In Mexico HiIh year i ureater thiiii ever known. In the Lacuna iliHtrlct nlone the value of the croji I cMtl united nt Sf8,IK)t,0K). American Author Ulea, llnrolil Kreilerie, the noted Journalist, iCtirrcHiKiudcnt and author, died nt Henley, Knclnnd, of heart dltjeime. HU death wan ilhl expected. Verdict for Sim. Dietrich. ' Mrs. .Ininch," Dietrich, who xued Mr. Anna Menrel, wife of n leailini: merchant of Milford, Ind., for Jf.1,000 dainni:cH on the Rrouiul'tnut tlio defendant circulated n etnry tlmt IMrni Dietrich, who In ir lend lna Mtclety woiiinn, padded her form, wiih Kranted 1J0 by the jury. . lloliann'a Kupld 1'rourca. ' Navnl Constructor Holmou I inakliiK nipid procrchb In tho work of raining rho SpiiuUh nrnioriiV cruiser Cristobal Colou. lie is iiliMilittely certain that he can avo tho vessel. Want Old Bpunli.li Cannon. Numerous requests lmvo hecn received nt tlio War Department from municipal authorities for n bliarc in tho cuuturcd 0111111011. which, according to HnutUKO dls- pntcheii', pro to bo forwarded north for distribution ninone tho principal cities of tho United Stutfrt. Howard Oouttl Married. Howard Could and Actress Kuthcrlno Clenimoiui were secretly married at New York. The groom may lose f 5,000,000, as under tho provliions of his father's will 'his share of the estate will be cut In halt unless a majority of the executors constat .to uc narrMM, Mu i ir ti," .... iiXi'RJ'-fcWm. rr.ANlNO-MlM. TRUHT. Twenty-four l.'nctorlc, with $l.",nO,- uuu Lanitni, .iiiijr combine. An amalgamation of twenty-four, pliin- Inir mill tilimU. Inrntvliii. nlmiit SIT. 1)110.. 000 In capital, la now being planned among leaning represent it tires of tlio trmm in m-' orinwcsr. -ine nuns tne promoters oi the combine propose to take Into the deal nre located In llllnol, Wl-sconiln, Michi gan, Mlnnesotn nml Iown. These prop erties, It is said, will bo bought outright hy n stock company that will conduct tho llMfclnftaa ? nil 1 l.n ........ ...1nM nm firm IKWIH31 UL 11,1 I1H.' I'MIIIITII IHI'IVl W.IV name. In this way thoiisaluli of dollars now going into the current expenses oi each of the twenty-four fnclorles will ho saved and will ho n clear gain. It Is Inti mated that n large lump of Mngllsh cap ital Is ready to lie thrown Into the project when It Is more mature. COMN AND W1IKAT 1'OK lUlKOPK. Week'a Forelatn Hhlnmenta T.nrKest Hlnce Lcltcr'n Helutt. Last week's foreign purehnses of corn and wheat nro the largest recorded since the heavy foreign buying movement dur ing Joseph Loiter' s denl nml almost the largest on record. Wednetdity's business for export In whent amounted to 7110,000 to 1,000,000 bushelM nt New York and out ports, ngnlnst l.'J.'O.OOO to 1,500.001)' bushels on Tuesday, The foreigners whom this country feeds took nboiil l.'J.'O.OOO bushels of com Wednesday, nml almost the same quantity tho day before. Most of tho wheat was for shipment to the United Kingdom nml tlio continental countries during the ret of this month nml In November. Finland took about G0O.O0O bushels of com. DII',8 OF Y1U.T.OW KKVl'.H. Major Itcch'c, Member of Ocn. Wndc's Stuff, l'naaca Away In lluviinn. The shadow of Cuba's yellow post has fallen on the American commission. Mnj. William 8. Heche, chief of ordnnnrc on Oen. Wade's staff, died of the black vomit nt 8 o'clock Wednesday morning In tin rann, after hours of speechless agony. Lieut. Fred II. Pnllen of tho Itesoliitc lies grievously III with the same fearsome blight in the sick bay of the big transport which was sent across to the Dry Tartu gas quarantine station. Lieut. I'ulien will he removed to the hospital ashore, the crew quartered In the detention camp on the Island and the ship dismantled, fumi gated and put out of commission. Mnj. Ueeho's illness continued less than a fort night. HOARD OF OHDNANCB ItKPOKTP. Krnjj-Joracnson Favored for Infantry ntitl Cavalry. Tho hoard of ordnance otllcers has made Its report to Con. Flagler, showing that the .'l.'J-lneh field guns arc satisfactory in every way. The board reports favorably upon the Krng-.Torgeiison ami for the In fantry and, cavalry. No fnult Is found with the .Springfield rllle. except that smokeless powder would be much better. Kmnkeless powder Is nlso found very de sirable for thu Held guns. flinrka Already nt Work. In nutlelpatlou of a rn-li for pensions nt the conclusion of tlio Spanish war, tho War Department authorities Issued in structions to die regimental surgeons to ttike a complete health record of every man entering the service for future lefer enie. The purpose in ordering these vee ordn kept was to furnish the pension bu reau witli proper protection ngaliist fraudulent claims. The rush for pensions which was expected hits now begun. It Is Instigated, just as the authorities knew it would be, by the pension attorneys. There has come Into tho ponhcsitlou of Pension Commissioner IS vans n circular homed by a Washington pension attorney, which af fords nn Insight Into their methods. The circular was mailed to a soldier of n Mich igan regiment. In It tho pension attorney nsks the Michigan man to give him the names of nil the soldiers In his regiment who believe themselves entitled to pen sions, nml he will set about to get pen sions for them. "My fee Is $:.'., mid I will give you 'M per cent. In every case In which I collect. I mean business. He member, it Is the early bird that catches the worm," Klmllar circulars to this are doubtless being sent nil over the country by the horde of so-called attorneys lit Washington, who make their living by working up pension claims. Una Nineteen Living Offspring. Mrs. 8amuel 1'. Hwnrtwood of Moun tain Top, I'n., is tho mother of twenty four children. Flvo of the children nro dead. Hut Mrs. Swartwood's dinner horn can still summon to tho table nineteen children, her husband, two sons-in-law, one daughter-in-law und two grandchil dren". Mrs. Hwnrtwood Is now 40 years old, pleasant-faced and genial, rotund and jolly, with a great capacity for laughter and n happy disposition, which shows that frequent motherhood has not damn god her temper. Mr. Hwnrtwood Is 47 years old and well preserved. lie weighs about -'23 pounds, whiio his wife weighs IRO. He Is an engineer on tho Central Itallroud, having n shifting engine. Ho likes uoth Ing better than to chat about his numer ous family, and Is almost us proud of them as ho Is of his wife. As for himself, he Is very modest. Mrs. Swartwood's first child was born fourteen months after her marriage. Of all tho twenty-four children I hero wero hut two sets of twins, uml these were born in 1880 and lblU). One of each set of twins Is dead. When tho mother was nsked tho birthdays of her children sho recited them us one of them afterward recited the lines he had spoken nt school tho week before und with just us much fluency. I.o a Good t-oldltr. Col. Itoosovclt avers that his regiment of rough riders contained no better v sol diers than tho scoro or more of Indians who enlisted In the Indian territory. Not ono of these Indian boldlers succumbed to disease. They were obedient, willing, hardy and fearless In battle. The llrst shot at tho battlo of Las Uimslmas was tired by an Indian soldier. For Utile Hunters. The Navy Department will placo on nalo in New York a quantity of Spanish money, gold' and paper, found on tho Spanish armored cruiser Altnlrunto Oqucndo. Tho money was damaged by exposure to salt water und bent, and Is valuable princi pally to relic hunters. It was In tho treas ure chest of the Oqucndo that tho gold und bills wero found. Lives Lost at Ben, A disastrous wreck, occurred on the Cornish coast, tho outward-bound liner Mohegan, from London to New York, go ing ashore on the rocks near Manacle liock, Falmouth. It Is reported tlmt 170 lives wero lost. Class Them ua I'rlvutecrs. Tho Treasury Department has bceu nil vised tlmt the Coventor Oeneral of the Dutch Knst Indies has Issued u proclama tion that all American yiichts baring war correspondents on hoard will ho treated us ."privateers. Calvin Fnirbunk la Dead. Calvin Fuirbnuk, abolitionist, friend of Abraham Lincoln, Wendell Phillips anil Fred Douglass, an author of "How thu Way Was Prepared," died suddenly at his homo In Angelica, N, Y., aged 8- years, Boat In Five Years. It, O, Dun St Co,' weekly review of trade saysi "With actual payments through clearing house 10.2 per cout Jrger than la tba same week of ISM It MaM,IMs,lMt BWMMM w. M,,aE ttBMjad sense falling off, and yet many nro com plaining because the amount realized us profit is smaller t It it it was formerly re.il izod In good times. In nlniost every branch of business irndo Is now transact ed on a narrower margin of profit th.in lit any other lime of fair prosperity. Full lires for the week were a I." Ill the Fulled Stiites, against 'SSA last year, and "" In Cu nn tin, ngalnst ,'li Inst year." Until street's says: "At most Western centers nn Improvement In the retail and jobbing trade Is seasonable dry goods, clothing nml shoes Is reported. Wheat, Including Hour, shipments for tho week nggregnte 4,71-,,Dt.- bushels, against n.UOT.'J'J I last week. Corn exports nggregnte '-'."Otl,-!'-, ns ngnlnst ,'1,1101,710 lnt week." OUtt NAVY TO HI', 'f 1IIHD. New Klilps lo Advance Knnk of the United Ktatc. FIfly-fivo war vessels nro now under contract for the (loverument and their aggregate tonnage fur exceeds that of the vessels building nt any one time In the civil war. This vast construction pro gram, which has excited more ntteiitlon abroad than nt home, has been authorized gradually by Congress until tho vessels soon to be completed will place tlio United Htntes third In rank nmong the fvn pow ers. Chief Constructor Hlchhorii has completed H tabulated statement showing the degree of completion of the twenty vessels now nenrly ready for commission or rapidly approaching that condition, from which It nppoars Hint seventeen of thesp vessels lmvo nlrendy bceu launched nnd that the others will be nlloat before the end of the year. TAKi: $.10,000 IN IIONIIH. Fnfehlnwcrs Secure n finall Fortune In Minneapolis. Minneapolis burglars n week ago robbed tho safe of tho Consolidated Milling and Hardwood Company of ."i),000 worth of United States bonds. Tho matter wns kept secret for several days, when It was placed In the hands of the police, despite n warning not to do so. President Clcorge Christian received u letter offering to re turn the bonds If n reward wns offered In ono of the local pnpers. This wns done nnd $'i was offered. Another letter fol lowed, saying this was too small, and de manding n larger reward. WILL A KUHPHIHi:. Actrasa Fanny Davenport's Wcnltli Ones to Her Husband. Fanny Davenport's vnst estate, valued nt from $.'!oO,000 to $000,000, Is given al most in Its entirely to her hiislmml, Mel bourne MacDowell. The will was mudo In 1S02 nml leaves to Mr. MacDowell the bulk of the riches iiccumtilutcd by his wife. There nro some special bequests, hut the aggregate of these docs not begin to cut much of n llgure In comparison with the amount lo which Mr. MacDowell will succeed, being altogether only about (?.V,000. M'INTYItr. 18 FOUND GUILTY. Chnplilln t-'cntcnccd to Ho Dismissed from the Nuvnl Hcrvlcc. The Navy Department has made public the findings unit sentence of the court martini In the case of Chaplain Mclntyre. All the specifications were found proved as alleged; the accused wns declared guil ty under the three charges and he wns sentenced to be dismissed from tho United States mival service. NcurncH Abandoned nt HI. Louis, Fifty-seven negroes, Intended for the mines at Vlrden, nml who were aboard the train attacked by the miners, were set adrift in St. Louis to get back to Illrming hum the best way they could. After the guards were unloaded nt the Union station the train was pulled down Into the yards, where the negroes were told to get nut by the conductor. He marched them back up the tracks and Into tho general w'nitlng rooms, where ho left them. Tho negroes wotv perfectly helpless, having no friends uml no money. Wilt Not (lo to Wushlniitnii. Executive business occupied the fourth nnd closing day's session of tho grand en campment, Knights Templar, nt Pitts burg. The special order nf business wns consideration nf tho proposed revision nf tho constitution. Tho most important nmemlmeiit proposed was the ono to locnte the grand encampment headquarters at Washington, I). C. This was voted dowu by u large majority. Wholesale f hoe Houee Fulls. J. McD. Scott & Co., wholesale shoo dealers of Pittsburg, hnvo made a volun tary nsslgnmeiit for tho benefit of cred itors. Tho liabilities nro stated to bo WOO.000. Has Abolished All Hasting. Future freshmen classes of Dartmouth College need have no dread of the sopho mores, liy n unanimous vote of the stu dent body tho custom of hazing wns abol ished. Earthquake on the Coast. At Ylsalla, Colo,, nn earthquake rocked houses ou their foundations, broke crock ery, and nroused ninny people. Tho door of n heavy safe was closed by tho shock. Five Killed In it Colliery. Flvo men wero killed und eleven Injured by nn explosion nf gas in colliery No. 8 nt Coaldale, near Tumnqini, l'a. M.VUKirV UUOTATION8. Chicago Cattle, common to prime, $3.00 to $0.00; hogs, shipping grades, 1.00 to JjM.OO; sheep, fair to choice, if'-'.r.O to 1M.75; wheat, No. 1! red, 03c to tlOe; corn, No, U, ItOo to Ulc; oats, No, 'J, til'o to 'J3e rye, No, '.', 40u to 50c; butter, cbolco creamery, 20c to 21c; eggs, fresh, 14c to ltlc; potatoes, choice, oe to U5c per bushel. Indianapolis-Cattle, shipping, $3.00 to 15.50; hogs, choice light, f3.00 to $4.00; sheep, common to choice, $3.00 to $4.50; wheat, No. U red, 05c to 07c; corn, No. S white, 20c to 31c; oats, No. 2 white, 24u to 2Uc. St. Louis-Cattle, $3.00 to $5.50; hogs. $3.00 to $4.00; sheep, $3.00 to $4.75; whent, No. 2, 71c to 73c; com, No, 2 yellow, 30c to Ulc; oats, No, 2, 23u lo 24c; rye. No. 2, 47c to 40o. Clncliiuntl-Cuttle, $2.00 to $5,25; lings, $3.00 to $4.00; sheep, $2.50 to $4.50; whent, No. 2, 00c to 08c; com, No. 2 mixed, 30o to 32c; nuts, No. 2 mixed, 24c to 25c; rye, No. 2. 50o to fi'-V. Detroit-Cattle, $2.50 to $5,50; hogs, $3,25 to $4.00; sheep, $2.50 to $1,511; wheat, No, 2, OSc to Olio; corn, No, 2 yellow, llic to 33c; oats, No, 2 white, 25u to 27e; rye, 40e to 01c, Toledo Whent, No. 2 mixed. 08o lo 00c; com, No, 2 mixed, 30c to 32c; oats. No. 2 white, 22c to 23c; rye. No. 2, 48c to 00c; clovcr.seed, $4.20 to $4.25. Milwaukee Wheat. No. 2 spring, 05c to (ltlc; corn, No. 3, 30u to 31c; oats, No. 2 white, 24c to 20c; rye, No. 1, 40u to 5le; barley, No, 2, 43o to 45c; pork, mes, $7.75 to $8.25. HufTiilu Cattle, good shipping steers, $3.00 to $5,70; hogs, common to choice, $3.50 to $4.23) sheep, fair to choice weth ers, 13.50 to $3,00; lambs, common to extra, $0.00 to $0.00. Now York Cattle, $3.00 to $0.00; hogs, $3.00 to $4.50; sheep, $3.00 ,to $0.20; wheat, No, 2 red, 74c to 70c; corn, No, 2, 87c to 80c; outs, No. 2, 20c to 28c; Mtttr, creasBtry, lUc toilNc; eg(i, weal i ,i ii5'tu;M!,:fc,' J)sVTfSiil!lil'fift4l4)lf'fl1KIf11ll 00T 1 6 Cents p . i sBR. (IHT FINISH, HIOX El MflTt LonS Distance Instruments WAll SPACE REQUIREO , . , - , loacMincHEs First-Class Service t t $30 Per Year S FOR'AN OFFICE , I EXTENSION DESK 8 TELEPHONE Save time and annoyance by ft Telephone on your desk. j Chicago Telephone Co, fi CONTRACT DEPT. 203 Washington St. The- Jas. P. McMahon Co., 156 W. Monroe St., near Halstecl. STORAGE for Furniture, Pianos and Merchandise. THOMAS CAHAN, Tolephone Yardo 038. Gahan & Byrne, CONTRACTORS! New York Branch: 123 Fifth Avenue. American Mineral Water Co, 277 KINZIE ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 'PHONiixpitEtsaia. Sole Distributors of... JUJUNNS" (fbe Table Water of tbe World) AND SELLING ACINTS FOR ALL Foreign and Domestic Waters, fll ALES, WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATE, ETC. UfiTtPC W sr th only moluilvo Miners! Water horns In AmtrU-A, nnd r la n position lo NU I IbUi give fretlier wstrr at lowpr price than uny other baudlcrt of Mineral Wuton. Wt aitu aiiun ruiu uu mi oiuitiy uowf f murnvui W. H. MADDIN. MADDEN i SAWYER, Real Estate. Estates Managed. Taxes Paid, f 00 Oxford Bldg., 84-86 La tall St., Chicago. C. D. DU80I8. North-western Coal Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TtttffciM tisHh 123. i ffiefe..- -..ajlt. .wH4iie4w Mjy.mttoMniKi A Per Day FOR A Residence Telephone having a "Hi ' iA vmmr tiviiSSM-ljO- STORAGE WAREHOUSE THOMAS BYRNE, Telephone. Wontworth 020, P. A. tAWYIR, FRED A. BUS8E. ?45 itU itrttt. Weaver WHOLESALE COAL AMb" ni- M-AJLIV OF'IT'ICJE: 40th Street and Wentworth Avenue TELEPHONE YARDS 708. City Office: 802 Marquette Building. TELEPHONE MAIN 180. P. . PIAiODY, President. M. a. ROBINSON, Vice Pre. PEABODY Anthracite and ....MAIN OFFICE... 115 Dearborn 8treetv Foot N. Market Street. ...CI-IIC2A50... W. P. REND. W. P. REND & CO., Hard and Soft Coal and Coke. Proprietors of Can. Owners and Operators of Minos. UURIL HILL MINIS AND COM WORKS, Alltfhsny Couatf, Pa. PHINIX MINI. Athmi Covntr, Ohla. WILLOW fiROVI MINIS, STAR MINI, Waihlntsn Countf, Pa. IACKS0NVILII MINI, Athint Covntr, Ohla. SUNDAY CRICK MINIS, Perry County, Ohla. RCISSINO MINIS. Washington County, Pa. IRIAR RIOQI MINI. OUueilttr, Sett, General Offices: 119 Dearborn Street. Tolepliioxa.e XkXain 4BB. I0UTH SIDE YARDS: 401 9 South HaUled St., Telephone Yards 658. WEST SIDE YARDS: Peoria and Kinzls 81s., Ttliphons Main 42SS. Eliiabtth and Klnila Streets. TEAMING DEPARTMENT: 27 South Water St., Telephone Mala SIM IIPM k 11 Coal (I TELEPHONE 6049 Main. MINERS AND Shipping Docks, N. Haltfed and N. Branch Sts. COAL GEORGE G. LENKE, Dealer in All Kindt of COAL and WOOD 604-608 Milwaukee Avenue. v t Phone MAMiililrfWNiSMi!! , i liiifV' n r rww Coal Co., COKE n.iaii isss J. D. ADAMS, Treasurer. C J. GRAY, Secretary, COAL CO., Bituminous Coal .DOCKS. E. WALKER' JOHN T. CONNERY, Manager. SHIPPERS OP Main Office, 1226 Stock Exc, 1 10 LaSallt Si Wt SOUS . ... .1 MiWWiA.