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TUB AEgTJB. THIERS PAY . ST 2 9, 11101,-
p President's1 D&y
: the Pan-American f
IS THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE WILL VISIT THE BIG SHOW ON $!
j 5 THURSDAY, SEPT. 5 CABINET OFFICIALS AND SU- H
! g PREME COURT JUDGES TO BE PRESENT. ?
?-r--r-ei-t tnnnniti ;! er ; e ! ; t e ; en t 'rei-et-t-er t;ii!tn: t-o?
M'KIXLEY will be the jruwt
of the l'an-AniPrlcan Expo
sition on Thursday, Sept. 5.
The day will be known as
President's day. The presidential par
ty, including Mrs. JIcKlnley. Mrs. Har
bour, Dr. and Mrs. Rlxey and Mr. Cor
telyou, will go from the President's
home at Canton by way of Cleveland,
arrlTing In p.uffalo In time to devote
tha day to the Exposition. The Presi
dent and bis party will be the puests
of the Hon. John O. Milburn. president
of the Tan-American Exposition Com
pany. The President's Cabinet and the
Supreme Coart will also attend btui
while In Buffalo.
At 11 o'clock on the morning of the
Btu an escort of United States troops
wP! ct the President's party, the
Caoiuet and the Supreme Court at
President Mllburn's house and accom
pany them to the Exposition, entering
at the Lincoln parkway pate, at the
southern, end of the grounds. Here
they will be received by the director
general of the Exposition, the Hon.
AVIllIani I. Buchanan, the board of di
rectors and other officers of the Expo
sition and conducted to a reviewing
stand In the Esplanade. All the cere
monies of the day will be within the
Exposition grounds. A magnificent
pageant will pass In review. From
the reviewing stand the President and
his party will go to the Stadium, where
he will deliver his address. The Sta
dium will seat some 12.000 people, and
a vast concourse will thus have the op
portunity of hearing him.
At the conclusion of his address the
President will be escorted t6 the New
York State building, where his party,
his Cabinet and the members of the
Supreme Court and the foreign repre
sentatives at the Exposition will be the
guests of the New York State board.
Luncheon will be 6erved In this build
ing. From the New York State build
ing the President will go to the main,
CJovernment building, where a recep
tion will be held In the rotunda. This
building will be closed to the general
public for the time being, admission
being by card only. Invitations to
meet the President? will be Issued by
the Government board. At the close of
this reception the President will be
conducted to such buildings as he may
desire to sec. Including a trip to the
Electric Tower to view the Exposition
from the lofty loggia.
There has been no time since the
opening cf the Exposition when a visit
to the great show could be more de
lightful. Everything connected with
the enterprise is at the zenith of Its
glory. Every night the magnificent
Illumination takes place; the fountains
ere everywhere active; the floral deco
rations and the exhibits of flowers are
at the height of their perfection; the
best of musicians are playing every
day In the Temple of Music and In the
various band stands; the military
camps are alive with troops, which
lend their share to the public enter
tainment by dally drills and parades;
tl-? Midway Is gay and noisy every day
and evening; the crowds are big and
every day growing bigger. Indeed,
nothing Is lacking to make the Exposi
tion 'complete, and Its magnificence can
tiever be adequately described.
In the various exhibit buildings every
thing Is moving with most Interesting
regularity. The large number of mov
ing exhibits in the 20 or more great
structures devoted to exhibits give to
the33 magnificent displays of merchan
dise a very keen Interest. Never was
'American enterprise more perfectly ex
ploited thaa here at the Pan-Ameilcsn.
The variety Is something particularly
noteworthy. There is no tedious repe
tition of exhibits, but what is. shown Is
Intended to be and Is typical of the
particular Industry to which It may be
long. I One cannot see the Tan-American
satisfactorily In a week. lie should
fcave at least ten dayt or two week
X. a f m
and as much more as he can afford.
Those who live continually at the Ex
position do not tire of Its festivity and
grandVur, for every day presents a
new programme and a new interest.
To participate In this wondrous cele
bration of a century's achievements In
the western world must be accounted
by every one who has a proper sense of
appreciation as a privilege to be val
ued beyond price.
Many Important days have been an
nounced for observance at the Exposi
tion, among them the following:
Rochester Day, Sept. T.
Rochester Is to have a special day at
the Exposition, and Saturday, Sept. 7,
has been selected as that day. A train
service will be arranged for that date
that will comfortably accommodate
25,000 people, and specials will be run
over the Central, Erie, Lehigh Valley
and West Shore direct to the terminal
station at the grounds.
The fare has been cut for that day
to 1.15 for the round trip. An elabo
rate programme will be arranged by
the Exposition officials In honor of the
Flower City people.
Spanish-American War Veterans,
The members of the Spanish-American
War Veterans' Association are to
bold a reunion at the Pan-American
Exposition on Monday, Sept. 9. and the
day will be known as Spanish-American
War Veterans' day. Exercises of a
patriotic character will be held in the
Temple of Music. Many distinguished
officers of the Army and Navy will be
present. The music at the Exposition
on Spanish War Veterans' day will all
be of the patriotic order, and there will
be dress parades and drills by Uncle
Sam's fighting men who are at the
show. . The association has a large
membership, and the majority will at
tend the reunion.
nhode Island Day, Sept. lO.
Rhode Island's special day at the
Pan-Amerlcau Exposition occurs on
Sept. 10, the anniversary of Commo
dore Perry's great naval victory on
Lake Erie. Oliver Hazard Terry was a
Rhode Islander, and the memory of
his triumph is still green in the patri
otic, enterprising and productive little
state. There will be a reception in the
Rhode Island parlors at the New Eng
land building and suitable exercises In
the Temple of Music. The orator of
the day will be Hon. Henry J. Spooner
of Providence, a former member of
Congress, a man of national reputation
and one of Rhode Island's most elo
quent public speakers. Governor Greg
ory and his staff will be present with
an escort, which will include a crack
cavalry cummand from the brigade of
Rhode Island militia. State officials
and distinguished citizens will accom
pany the official party. The programme
In Its details Is now being arranged by
the Hon. John S. Kenyon. president of
the Rhode Island commission, who Is
heartily seconded by the directorate of
the Exposition. A company of Rhode
Island infantry will be visitors at the
Exposition for the week which In
cludes Rhode Island day, and also a
number of famous New England Con
tinental commands, with which, it is
not at all unlikely, arrangements will
be made for something of a military
display 'si connection with the march
to the grounds by Governor Gregory,
his staff and military escort, the com
mission and invited guests.
Fiorina Day, Sept. XI.
Saturday, Sept. 11, has been set aside
as Florida day at the Tan-American
Exposition. A large number of Florida
people will be present. Governor W.
S. Jennings and his staff, escorted by
three military companies and two
bands from Florida, will enter the
grounds at 11 o'clock and proceed to
the Temple of Music, where the direct
or general. Hon. William I. Buchanan,
will deliver an address of. welcome.
The Governor by the way. a first
cousin of the Hon. W. Jennings Bryan,
40t e i e t-ei ei t evt h-
whom he Is said to resemble will
sneak on the resources of Florida. The
oiator of the day will be Charles
Tarkhill, Esq., of Pensacola. Fla., one
of the finest speakers In the South.
The presiding officer will be Colonel
Thomas M. Weir of Tampa, special
commissioner to the Pau-Anierlcan Ex
position for Florida. Appropriate
music will be Interspersed.
This programme may be elaborated
if the Press Association of Florida, 600
in number, can attend on the date
designated, Sept. 11.
Builders' I)r. Sept. 11.
The National Association of Build
ers has arranged with the Pan-American
Exposition to have Sept. 11 set
apart as Builders' day. The Idea in
mind is that such a day will be the
means of bringing together at the Buf
falo Exposition builders from all parts
of the country, who would naturally
have a special interest in stbe build
ings, as well ns the Exposition itself,
and who would also find much pleasure
through assembling in fraternal fash
Ion. The National Association does not
propose to hold any eouvrntion meet
ings, but advantage will be taken of
this gathering to have one social af
fair, possibly a banquet, to which all
builders present on the day Indicated
will be welcomed.
No attempt will be made to secure
reduced rates of transportation espe
cially for this occasion, as reduced
rates may be negotiated for from al
most every section of the country up
on fully as favorable terms as could
be arranged under any special plan.
Associations and Individuals are there
fore recommended to make their own
rates with their local transportation
companies or agencies.
Headquarters will be at the Builders
Association Exchange building, corner
Court and Tearl streets, Buffalo,
rollsh Hay, Sept. 12.
The Tollsh population in the United
States is very large, and the special
day at the Tan-American Exposition.
Sept. 12. which has been fixed in their
honor, will undoubtedly attract many
thousands of them. Buffalo Is oue of
the great centers of Polish population,
and many Poles are prominently Iden
tified with the Industrial, business and
political Interests of the city. They are
very active In creating an Interest In
the special day and are determined to
make it one of the great successes of
Kcw Jersey Day. Sept. 13.
New Jersey, one of the proud origi
nal States of the Union, has a building
among the State and Foreign buildings
of the Pan-American Exposition, and
her great industries and splendid re
sources are displayed In a most com
prehensive manner In the great ex
hibition buildings. The people of New
Jersey have good reason to feel proud
of the showing made by their State at
the great New World's Fair, and they
will manifest It in a high degree on
Friday, Sept. 13. which has been des
ignated as New Jersey day at the Ex
position. Distinguished men have been
Invited to participate in the State day
Railroad Day, Sept. 11.
The railroad men of the Americas
will be much in evidence at the Tan
American Exposition on Saturday,
Sept. 13, which has been designated as
Railroad day by the Exposltiou man
agement. The special day will be for
railroad men generally, and a large at
tendance Is expected. A programme of
exercises Is being prepared for the oc
casion. Officials and employees as far
as possible will take the day off and
have a good time nt the Exposition.
Indiana Day, Sept. 14.
Indiana day at the Pan-American
Exposition falls on Sept. 14, the date
having been selected with a view to
giving the greatest number of people of
that State an opportunity to attend,
particular consideration having been
given to the desires of those engaged
In agricultural pursuits. Arrange
ments will bo made for special excur
sions to the Exposition, where ceremo
nies will be held for Indiana visitors.
The most distinguished men of . the
great State will participate. It prom
ises to be a day 'of which Indlanians
may feel justly proud.
Vassar Coliese Day, Sept. 14.
One of the appointed special days at
the Pan-American Exposition which Is
looked forward to with bright antici
pations is Vassar College day, Sept. 14.
when the students and alumna? of that
famous, and popular educational insti
tution will meet for a season of sight
seeing. There will be special cere
monies at the Exposition.
Honduras Day, Sept. IS.
Honduras has a handsome building,
filled with Its products, at the Pan
American Exposition. It Is pleasantly
situated in the Court of State and For
eigu Buildings and Is one of the most
popular resorts for Exposition visitors.
A view of the exhibits Is a revelation
to those who have not hitherto investi
gated the resources of the country.
Honduras will have a special day at
the Exposition, Sunday, Sept. 15, which
is the anniversary of Liberty in that
cauntry.- A programme appropriate to
the occasion is being prepared. Many
of the chief, officials of Honduras will
Chloag-o Grata and Produce.
Chicago. Aug-. 28.
Following were the Quotation on the
Board of Trade
September ..$ .9H
December ... .73
14 12 14.17
September ... S.87-i
0.. I ,J
20c: extra dairy. 17 18c; packing- stock
12e. Kfrgs Frsh" stock, 12(S14c
Live Poultry Chickens, liens, e per
lb: springs, 10c; ducks, 77c. Apples
New. $2.Sow3.00 per nri. Potatoes
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Aug. 28
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
26.0WJ: Bales ranged at J3.10ff5.23 for
pig. J5.75f6.25 for He;ht. I5.701j6.10 for
rough packing, $j.954i"6.45 for mixed,
and W.1506.52 for heavy packing and
shipping lots; bulk of the sales at 6.05
h 6. 30.
Cattle Kstimated receipt for the
day, 18.500; quotation ranged at $5.85ft
6.35 for choice to extra steers, J...30fri)
5.85 for rood to choice do., J4.fi0-5.25
for fair to good do., S4.00&4.73 common,
to medium do., $3.60(54.0 butchers'
steers. $4.40 6.00 fed western teers.
82.20 i 4.30 etockers -and feeders.
$1.5004.60 cows. $2.60jo 10 heifers, $2.50
S?4.50 bulls and oxen $3.. 5(35.00 stags.
$3.80(ii4.85 Texas steers j. iojis.fK) gra&s
western steers, and 4.o0i&6.oo veal
Bhee-p and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day. 17.000: quotations ranged
at $2.7503.90 westerns, $2.6.-'U4.0O na-tives.
$:l.40ff5.25 western lambs, and $3.00
5.30 native lambs'.
Eatt Buffalo Uva Stark.
East Uuffalo, X. Y.. Aug. 2t.
Dunninf? & Stevens. Live Stock Com
mission Merchanta East Buffalo. N. Y.,
quote as follows: Catue None on sale
feeling- steady; veals. $6.00(?i7.50. Hogs
Receipts. 9 cars; market active and
higher: bulk of gort corn-fed grades
from light Yorker.; best heavy. $rt.53
63.60: Michigan? tM'i grnfErs 10fi20e
lower at $6.35ff6.oC : pigs. $6.206.30;
roughs. $5.7035.90. Sheep and Lamb
Receipts. 8 tars; good rjrades higher;
top lambs, $5.7o!?t5.So; others, $3.25jr5.60;
sheep mixed, tops $3.40(fx3.fi0: others
$1 50(;3.30: wethers and yt-.arlings, $3.70
St. Lonli Orafa.
St. Louis, Aujj. 28.
Wheat Lower; No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. 69ic: track. 71'72c: September,
6!l7p69"Bc; December, lc: May. 7oc;
No. 2 hard. 69 70c. Coi n Iower: No
2 rash, 55c: track, S6c: September
65c; December, 5c; May, Bg-Hc Oats
Lower: No. 2 cash. 37c; track 37c;
September, C6c: Dwmhtr, 37c: May.
39c; No. 2 white, LSi?39c. Rye Eas
Milwaukee. Aug. 28.'
Wheat fnsettled; No. 1 northern,
709-71c; No. 2 northern. 69(?i70c: Sep
tember, 69"c: December. 71'i'fj 71c.
Rye Lower; No. 1, 54S65c. Barley
Steady; No. 2, 62c; sample, 45filc. Oats
Dull: No. 2 white, .r?S37c. Corn
September. 54c; December, 65Hc
Hay Tlmowir, lit; prslrlS, I 2
Coal 83 per to.
Potatoes 1 30.
Butter Choloo to fair, 17s: froth creamery.
Egrs I2'o. -
Hens So per ponnd.
Spring Cbiouens li.VKfltXOO per dozen.
Cattle liutcbera ca lor corn lea steers
4Hc&bc: oows and bailors, !ttc4o; calves
Spring Lambs 83 60Qlf a bead
AS SAFE AS
We Desire to Call Attention to the
Fact that We have Con
N stantly on Hand
First Mortgage Loans
In sums of $200 and upwards, on
farms ana other choice real estate,
running five years.
The following is partial list of
completed First Mortgage loans on
band, which we now oiler for sale.
subject to previous selections. These
loans have been carefully selected,
and are lirst-class in every respect.
They are 5 and 5 per cent net to the
investor. We have other loans to
offer if these are not in amounts to
suit the investor.
Amount oj , , fair Cath Valu
Loan. No. of Acm. ofSrevrity.
84000.00 40 sinoovon
;vo.oo pio i si jo. oo
4i0.()0- (V1 240i). uO
4i CO IflO 40)0.00
XI0.00 I HO 3)00. OO
ihmi oo iko . a-; o.oo
6OI.00 io .vxo.oo
HOO.mi 11 M(IO.cn
1200.00 IrtO 40O.0O
NM.trt ino 2-.too.ro
I2oo no irto 3vnt.no
2.V.00 43 720.00
800.00 pin r.soii.io
6oo.no iko lsoo oo
SOT. no iV) 110. m
iiioo oo tv ' 2oo on
H."0.00 140 4.VO.00
The securities we offer are enee!llr
adapted for tbe iaveatmeot of mm funds,
ni tbe fnvrstraent of savings. a our person iu
attention to ail details of the loan, from its
date to Its maturity, relieves tbe Investor
tro.ii all annoyance, except to present bis
coupon to us for Collection. For further In
formation can at tbe office of
Elmore W. Hurst,
John VolU & Co,
Builder : : :
ALSO HAND FACTO BKS Of
Sash, Doors, Blinds nd Mouldings
Veneerod and Hard wood Hoor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Doable Strength Wlndo
ui&ss, roiiBuea riate, oeveie i
Plate and Art Glass.
811-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of artificial
teeth, procure one of our thin
elMbliu plates or one of our
bridges, something that will
give you perfect satisfaction.
All work guaranteed and
lowest prices given.
Silver Fillings S0c
Gold Platina Alloy... .... 75c
Gold Fillings, fl aDd op $1.00
Gold Crowns, f 4 and up. . ..4,00
Set of Teeth, f 5 and up 3.00
Office 1607 Second Avenue.
Over Speldel'a Drug Store.
Half Rates to
Big Four Route
ON ACCOUNT OK
Sovereign Grand Lodge,
I. 0. 0. F.
SEPT. 16TIITO 21ST, 1901.
Round trip tickets to Indianapolis,
lad., will be on sale from all "Risr
Four" points on September 13, 14 and
15, 1901, (also on September 16th
from points within a radius of 100
miles from Indianapolis,) at rate of
one fare for round trip.
Tickets good for return until Sep
tember 23rd, 1901.
For full Information and particulars as to
rates, tickets, limits, etc.. caJ on asents
liig jrour Koute or address the undersigned
WARREN J. LYNCH. W. P. DEPFE,
CJen. Pass. &. Tkt Aftt Asst. G. P. & T. A.
"Ccnt-a.MIle" Excursions to
and Return Via
Big Four Route
September 14 and 15, 1901.
Return limit SIX DAYS, in
cluding date of tale, afford
ing an opportunity to attend
Sept. 16, at the
SIDE TRIP TO TORONTO.
Stop-over allowed at
Rrocton for 6ide trip to
Tickets good In coaches of any train
of Sept. 14 and 15 on sale on those
dates from all "Big Four" points in
Illinois, tickets good for return leav
ing Buffalo until lip. m. of the sixth
day from and including date of sale.
Call en or write nearest "Big Four"
agents for time of trains, rates, circu-
ars of the exposition, etc.
Warren .?. Lrnrh. W. P. Deppe,
Uen l iass. i Ticket Act , jt sst. 1 . & T. A.
Big Four Route
Announces a Rate of One Cent
Per Mile from all points on its
35th Annual G. A. R.
Tickets will be on sale Sent, a 0. I'. 1! and
12. I'.xil. ;od to return leavirg Cleveland
not later tban tnidnlcht of Sept IV Hill, niib
proviso that upon deposit of ticket with joint
agent, prior to noon of Sept. 15, 1901. and pay
ment of a fee of SO cents pr ticket at time of
deposit, an extension or return limit ruav be
secured to leave Cleveland to and including
Oct. 8 ltJ.
Kor full information rejrardintc tickets, rates
and time of trains, call on agents "Big Four
Rnute ' or add-e's tbe underpinned.
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G.n. Ps. & Tst. At-t. Ajt G P. &. T. A.
For Drunkenness and
fCn f, Drug Ysing
W WiiW yrlease write us.
m w , mr uorresponaence
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fisntral Trust and Savings Bank,
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CapitAl Block, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
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we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
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