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,r? . THE OHIOAOO SA.O-3LiB2. uii CHICAGO Tille&TrastCo Illinois Trust UNION TRUST CO. BANK- Northeast Cor. Madison and Dearborn Sts. KAW llAQrihAm Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $100,000 National Bant of Chicago. U. S. Government Depository. OFFIOEBRl JOHN A. KINO. President I L. A. QODDARD. Cashier A3tl;-, Office an the Mala Floor ol lit BulMlai, Savings Bank. Statement to the Auditor of Public Accounts at the Commencement of Business Sept. 1, 1896. 100 WASHINGTON ST CAPITAL $1,500,000 Security Fund with State Auditor 200,000 J. H. W1TBECK, Vice President N. N. LAMPERT, Asst. Cashier -f . eV ItauthorUedbytheHUta of llllnoli and by all court, ta act a. Afmlalstrater, Executor, Receiver, Ac If nee, Osarilaa, Ceatmater aN Tresis.; Traasacts aueRcrai Trait Baslaest, Matatala lag StrkHy CefltMcR tial Rdatteas with pnrtlet concerned 1 lntltei conference with Mturupy ami other Iik liiKtruat builnri krerw lrul fiinilniml irmt Invi-itmcntu St-.PARATB trout tlie Mufti of Ittvcotiiinnyt RECEIPTS FOR WILLS ami keep, litem lately WITHOUT CDAKOaV M.ko. ABSTRACTS OP TITLE to real e.tflte Wth IIib ureatett prompto-.. ami Hccuncv. 111 frrlflrntei In wlile 1 liicludu all CONrlRMBD SPECIAL ASSHSSMFNTSi ami for n reaoonable rremluifi INSURES IITLBStoreale-tnle In CouK ( 'utility, IilinuH, fortiiult'ui'lltuf the owner, or iniirtiraiHH. ...... ... . Tb romiianv nwn. In tee (lie land ami the Are trfifomi'hiiliillnkiioirn u Iho 1I1LC AND TRUST BUILDING nt 100 WntiiliiRton , lm t. anil all of In ileiHiriinentt ara on 1I10 main flour U IU bulldlOK. OFFICERS ANO OIRECTORSi BAVIO . LYMAN. Prilldint. SIO. L PADDOCK. litVleiPfttldlrt. HtNRY W. LIMAR, MVlei PriiUinl, WM. C. NIDUCK. Smiur,. COWIR . FORIMAN. Tfimrir. W. C. RIRRPATMCK, All'l . and Alt'! Trail. Henry W. Leman, Manairer Tniil Department li It. I.tinin William I'.J Mblack, N. ft .Iii-lnli. II. W. Inin, H. H. (Irevnrv, V ll.Cnraltli. .'' M. ( In k, uart) nutem. Oeorual. ruildncK. ThoniM ll.JMarnton. Theodore II. xeli'iiU, William K. y, K. w.llymnn, '. II. "MPKrr. dm I. Kwintily, nki'iili I Intuitu tbi-rcpr. Frank A. llefuicr. TomN. Donnelly&Co. LOAN ADD DIAMOND BROKERS! XL 118 Dtirbon SMM. OHIOA.GO. ftltOURCIt. Bonds aid Stocks $4,311,747.81 Cash aid Exchange. .. . 7,181,052,:i4 lVemand Loans u.teri. 12,8311,752.29 Time Loans on collatYls 4,878,335.10 Loans on Real Estate. . . 2,180,008.01 $30,900,866.45 UAIIL.TIIt. Capital .Stock paid in. . 92,000,000.00 Surplus Fund 2,000,000.00 Undivided Profits 400,541.10 Time Deposits 14,784,341.04 Demand Deposits. . .... 11,715,074.31 $30,900,866.46 Pays Interest eubjeot to Its rules on Savings Accounts, Checking Accounts, Demand and Time Certificates. Foreign Exchange, Let ters of Credit, Telegrapbio and Cable Transfers. Acts as Adminis trator, Executor, Guardian, Conservator,' Assignee, Reoelver; Regie trar and Transfer Agent, and Trustee for Estates, Corporations and Individuals, and Is a Depository for Court Funds. Loans only on approved collaterals. CHOICE INVESTMENT SECURITIES. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS. BSTASUSHS0 tM7. ERNIAN Banking Association RECETVai MONET IN ITS so? JaaNKVf The Parker J. P. HITTER, Manager. 83-85 Thirty-first St., CHICAOO. Oea block from Cottage Oroya atenuo cable care, fwo blocka from Slit afreet station Illlnola Can iral Mr., and rMcliid liyHtite street eabla aa4 Dill if. i&ctrlo Una, wo& paasaa tuo door. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water Bathe,Elevator Ser vice and all Conveniences faFirst-olatt Hittl, In cluding, Cafe, Buffet, Eto. EUROPEAN PLAN. m Handsomely Puralshed Reema Kate tram 0 1 .St te M per week. Transients SOa, 7Ba l per day. iiooxHOLSiir miinro. The anmiM meetlns of the rtockliolden of Hie Chlcaiin New.nuper Union will bo held at the officii of the Coiiiiniiiy, No. Oil Homh .reifaraon ilreet. Olileaim 111., nt iii80 n. in., on the lath iiaynf pri. 1807, for the purnono of elittliw a loaru oi uirvctore ior mo ru.unm (1KU. A HfltOS im-ulnioenr. jmi, Kecretary. Coatly Tranaoontlneatal Traveling. Ono of lloatou's well-known. tourist flui'tits wua In a reuilnlaceut mood tho otlii'i- tiny nuil relatctl a utunbor of re nmikiiblo lucldciitB that had como under lilt- observation durlnjt tho time ho had lii'i'ii coiiuec-ted with his present lino of lntHlnpf-8. Teiliapa tho moat intercatlns onu u'luted to a visit ho had not louc nco from n comparatively jouiib ninn, who appeared to bo In a ereat hurry. Ho mailed luto tho orrlco of tho agency and without ndo Inquired ,tho coat of n prlvnto palace coach to soiitbern Cali fornia and back, Tho suddenness of this eomeu hat extraordinary request al- nio-it took tho breath out of tho aireut mid It wiih a moincut or two before ho collected himself to mako reply. "AH for yourself''' luqulred'tho auent. "Vi'H, all for myself," with au air of Indifference, , tf iwi "I cnu't vivo you tho exact figures, but I -thould say between $10,000 aud$10, 000." , -Tlint'8 all rlKht. I shall want It next Tlinrsduy iiiornluir, fully equipped for the Iouk Journey." "What name, pleasoV" Tho jouiiK muu passed tho auent his card, and without further question tho barunlu was consummated. A month afterward tho auent received a cheek from his afllueut customer for $18,000,1 with an uccouipauylug noto to the effect that the trip had been greatly enjoyed, ami that tho pilco wns every way satisfactory. "Von see," coutluued tho agent, "that occasionally wo got n windfall and that our wealthy people are bound to get tho best that's going, at whatever cost." l'0-.tou Herald. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT ALLOWING COMPOUND INTEREST THEREON BJJ"At Its old established rate of 3 per cent, per annum.V IF YOU WISH TO OPEN A BATING 8 BANK ACCOUNT, LOOK UP ITS RECOIJ). 1 1 CORNER RARDOLPH AND CLARK ST3. J. V. CLARKE, Prsatdent. IIBNRY B. CLARK R. Vie Prealdent and M anacer Bavin De partment. HAMILTON B. DOZ, Caahlir. LOUIS B. OLAHKK, Asa't Oaab'r. C. K. G. BILLINGS PRESIDENT WM. McDOUGALL CASHIER HometoW DIBBOTORSl, WILLIAM F. MNTJC CafKaM Pe tie llvBe iMMllMMMIIMHMMMIMIIItll 0 Ial09 Oft NMfls irleUleVteMat EDWARD D aV I bWN ) te at ! ajj eta aLaV6 iMMfeMM W Alrfl Cl e9 DwUaUBe IIHIMMIMIIl'tMltMIHtlMIMtl(MHMM tllll iWwH CHARLES H. McORATH Investment Securities JOHN H. WITBECK President H. Wltbeck Co. Da Kt tllLLe a e e imimmii teeeeee t)ff Tllkwllf n9y$ Villi A V0a lie Be DUwKLBrla MHiMllMMMi(iMMiiMMitiii a Off Ha Be BHCKMII wt VOe QBOROB KELLER rUattfaKtttror eff Plctura PnunM JOHN A KINOaeaa Lftt WhiMMW &TUfgl$t L. A. QODDARD Caahler Th accounts et Banken, Mtrchantt, Maaafwctarn,'Builas Man gantralty and MlvMuala raapacttully aaltclfd. S. W. Cor. Clark and Monroe Sts. MtlVllU I. STORE. Pratlf int. I. M. PfMRieH.VIaePrHlliaL a. A. MOULTOR, ticiaeviiaRraaMaai e. C. IWIHB0RRI, Annual Baikler. hn -or- OHIOAaO Capital Stock, $1,000,000 The Globe National Bank Central Hall, Rookery, Chicago. DIREIOTORali 0. D. Wetherell, M.E.Stone, W.H.Harper, E.W.Brooks, KEPetma. A, E, Clark, J, H. Pearson, 8. H, Sweet, B, A. Ecktaart J. L High, A.GranniR, D. A. Moultoi, LLHeiry. THE AMERICAN Trust and Savings Bank N. W. Cor. LaSalle and ladison Sis., CAPITAL JS SURPLUS, $1,400,000 SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Intaraat allewetf on tavlngs Deposits, laauaa Demand and Time Oartlfl catss bearing Interest frem date. Interest allewed an Cheek AceeiintV Damastla and ferslg'n enshange and letters af eredlt avallabla In all part of thewerld. a). W. RAWiON, Prealdent. ' F. L. WILK, Viae President. O. M. WIN. OaaWlr. sstw: National Bank of the Republic CHICAGO. OFFIOURSi JOHN A LYNCH. Prealdent. A. M. AOTH8CHILD, Vice President. W. T. FBNTON, Recond Vice President and Oaakdet. J. H. CAMERON, Assistant Caehler. r r. m.iII'kinney, Beoona Aasistani oaaaia. Principal Oorrcaipondentaj t NEW YORK National Park Bank. BOSTON National Bank of the Republic. LONDON The City Bank, Limited. PARIS Credit Lyonnalse. BERLIN Deuticne Bank. DUBLIN Royal Bank ot Ireland. Corner Washington and Halsted Streets Crnande AR.Inat I'oatera, WoniPii In Orange, N. J., linvo begun a cruiade oguluwt theatrical poatera. Pcople; really ought to t"ve better ee&se than they hare. Graham & Sons, BANKERS, Steamship and Insurance Agents. 134 West Madison ttrctt. A Of Interest on Savings Deposits. Approved notes and ? commercial paper discounted. Deposits received subject to Check. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT-Boxes $3.00 per year. Open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. FRANK I. BENNETT, Real Estate F?OOM 304, 101 Washington Street. Telephone Main 1300. (',i"'' E. BUCKINGHAM. Prea. JOHfS J. MITCHELL, Vice Prea. . J. SMITH, Secretary, . A. ROTHERMEL, Aaat. Sec. TH1 Traders' Insurance Company 160 La Salle Street, Chicago. Annual Statement, Jan. 1, 1897. TOTAL ASSETS $1,684,258.57 TOTAU LIABILITIES , 664,704.53 Surplus aa regarda Policy Holders SI , 1 19,554.04 Net Surplus over all Liabilities, Including Capital Stock 610,554.04 Total amount of Losses Paid since organisation of Company,, 7,100,800,14 Capital. - - - $1,000,000.00 Surplus, 200,000.00 O. B. SHAW President JOY MORTON Vice President WILLIAM KENT Second Vice President J. R. CHAPMAN Cashier W. L. MOYER Assistant Cashier BOARD OP DIRECTORS.-C. H. Deere, Oeorge E. Wood,' P. H. Head, Ferd. W. Pack, Wm. J. Watson, Joy Morton, Hiram Higgtna, Wm. Kant, C. T. Trego, S. A. Kant, W. H. McDoel, Henry Botaford, V. A.Watklna, E. L. Lobdell, C.T. Naah, Q. B. Shaw, L. C. Wachsmuth. iMHaaaaBnaaMSBSBSMBa.HaaaaBaHBaiaMHMaBaBlBaaBB)MlBaMVHaM J. R. RARKRR, Pr.ild.nl. M. 8. M088LIR, Vice PrMUanl. W. a. OOPPMAN, e. snS Traai. OFFICE OF Cripple Creek Gold Tunnel Co. 1017 N. Y. Ufa Bldg., 171 LaSalle St. Thl. Company owns a apl.ndld mining property on Bull Hlil, in the Cripple Creek Dl.trlot. It consists of a, mining olalm and a tun nel alte equal to more than ten mining .olal'ms. Work is being pushed on this property day and night. Three shifta of men are em. ployed working sight houra eaoh every twenty.four hours, so that the work never atopa. Up to the present time a tunnel has asea driven upwards of four hundred feet, We are selling shares at ten oenta on the dollar. These ahares must lnore.se lntvalue as the work goes on. (They have doubled In the last alxty days ) .The dtsoovery of one good vein would make them worth ten times what we are now asking tor them, We have bad several enoouraglng assays and aspect aoon to be shipping gold ere. More than a million dollars per month lnjgold is taksa from mines In ths immediate vlolnlty ot this property. An elaborate prospectus, with map, will be turnlehed on appli cation, and If you desire further information pleas, oall at otfloe of the company, as Indicated above. JOHN It. PARKER, President. BR0SSEAU & CO., Commission Merchants. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 5& Board of Trade, Chicago. Foreign and Inland Exchange Bought and Sold. Travelers' Let ten ol Credit Issued, Available in all Parts ot the World. Under State Supervision. Milwaukee Avenue State Bank, Cor. Milwaukee Av. and Carpenter St. Paid in Capital, - $250,000. REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES AND MUNICIPAL BONDS FOR SALE PAUL O. STENSLAND, President. F. W. HERHOLD, Vice President. CHAS. E. SCHLYTERN, Cashier. H. W. HERINQ, Assistant Cashier. CHICAGO'S OLDEST Firelnsuranceigency WM. E. ROLLO S SON. 210 La Salle Street. Tl. Main 430. Only Reliable Companies Represented. LOANS. INVESTMENTS. NORTH 8IDE PROPERTY. V Vv3EmtoC.o VlUaUV)Vri 11 'jNArW 704 SCHILLER BUILDING. aarajertgagea far Bala. THOS. KELLY, Real Estate and Loans 412 Now York Life Building, Telephone Mam 47SS. Menrea and La Sella Street. ,'iAiV ttil -U .-iiAKj. ..UiAi,vt. xt j.i . . . .