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TUBS OHIOAQO Hi .A. OLE FomN.Donnelly&Co. LOAN AND DIAMOND BROKERS! Hi 118 Dnrmii Stmt, OHIOAQO. Watehei and Jtwtlry Ritsirri. . THOS. M. DONLON. Huiciial Secultiex aii Inreitieiti, 44". 4 U Salle Street, Chkag. A. H. WILLIAMS 69 Dearborn Street. RmmN. LOANS On Furnlturt, Pianos, etc., with out removal, at lowest possible rates SCRIBNER'S FOR 1900 INCLUDES- J. M.BARRIE'S "Tom my and arize!" (serial) THEODORE ROOSE VELT'S "Oliver Crom well" (serial) RICHARD HARDING DAVIS' fiction and spe cial articles HENRY NORMAN'S "The Russia of To-day" Articles by WALTER A. WYCKOFF, author of "The Workers" SHORT STORIES by Thomas Nelson Page Henry James Henry van Dyke m Ernest Seton-Thorcipson Edith Wharton Octave Thanet William Allen White SPECIAL ARTICLES The Paris Exposition FREDERIC INLAND'S articles on sport and exploration "HARVARD PIFTY YEARS AOO," by Sena tor Hoar FsOTABLE ART FEA TURES, THE CROfl WELLILLUSTRAT'NS, by celebrated American and foreign artists PUVIS DE CHAVAN NES, by John La Farge (illustrations in color) Special Illustrative schemes (in color and In black and white) by WALTER APPLE TON CLARK, B. C. PEIXOTTO. HENRY McCARTER, DWIOHT L. EUIENDORP and other 1ST Illustrated Prospectus sent free to any address Charles Scrlbner's Sons Publishers, New York . MTAMiSMis mm. TAIMMtlt HIBERNIAN1 Banking Association uomtYM xombt n? m SAYINGS DEPARTMENT WOIf 6 COMPIUM INTEREST THEREM MTAt, it old established rat of 3 per oent, per annumvi a TOV WI9M TO OPMIT A BATIKQM MAWM ACCOUNT, JiOOK UP ITM BMCOXp. 1 1 CORNER RANDOLPH AND CLARK 5T8. J.?.AaBfrtJk JCmfB. JJWJMM. TM -d K.r ,. f mv uiunva m. w. uwm, lvuii m. vummmm, m. wui, Grraham&Sons, BANKERS, Steamship and Insurance Agents. . 194 Watt Madlaan Strut. evrlnfe Deposit Approved notes aaA 1 sapor ouooumoa. Deposits rtotiTta BATE DBPOllT VAULT-BoxMfiOO mf9 iptiliardaj pa m. to 0 p. m, t. BUCKINSHAM. Prtll. JOHN J.MITCHILl, V.-ffHt. R. J. SMITH. Ste. I. . ROTHERMIt, AlltSte. T&g PRINCIPAL OFFICE I 160 LaSALLC street. Annual statement, .January 1, 1900. CASH CAPITAL, - $500,000.00 VALUABLE IBFORMMIDH. lecation ef Chicago Depots and the Various Reads which Laavt Each Station. MAUOtN STATKM-Bwrtwa ft Ptlk St. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe. Chicago and Eastern Illinois. Chicago and Grand Trunk. Chicago and Brie. Monon Route. Wabash. SIANB CENTRAL-SsrrlMS SI. ft Fills Ave. Chicago and Northern Pacific. Chicago and Great Westers. Baltimore and Ohio. ' WMM HNT-Csul ft Aiuss Km. Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Pail. Chicago, Burlington and Qulncjr. Pennsylranla Lines. Chicago and Alton. , Pan Handle. StNTIAL STATWN-IM A Park ft. 0., 0., 0. and Bt, Louis (Big 4 Bests). Chicago and Weat Michigan. Mlchlgaa Central. -Illinois Central - - Wisconsin Central. CKlsUIWWtV-YaBlsrwtt.iMSl Lake Isere s4 Mloklfsa SMthera. i sntu Time eaa'raaiae -y,Nf(SU-x nmwi inssswRBb i United States Bonds, market value, . Other Bonds and Stocks, market value, Accrued Interest, Loans on Real Estate, first mortgage, Loans Secured by Collateral, Real Estate Owned by the Company, Cash on hand and in Bank, . Due from Companies for Re-Ins. and Prems,, Premiums in due course of Collection, ., $ 114,000.00 1,653,376.90 13,148.68 210,600.00 25,600.00 31,085.70 ' 88,632.33 28,050.17 110,644.28 TOTAL ASSETS, - $2,285,847.06 LIABILITIES. Losses not due and Un-Adjusted, Re-Insurance Reserve, . . . All other Claims against the Company, TOTAL LIABILITIES, - Surplus as regards Policy Holders, 105,040.33 631,827.03 22,625.76 S760.294.01 . $1,526,563.05 Net surplus over all liabilities ind. Capital Stock, 1 ,025,653.05 Total am't losses paid since organization of Co. 8,430,582.61 CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS, $100,000. FORT DEARBORN NATIONAL BANK OF GHIGAGO U. S. Government Depository. OPPICIRti JOHN A. KINO, . . President I L. A. GODDARD, . Cashier J. H. WITBECK, Vice President I N. N. LAMPERT, Ass't Cashier OIRICTORSt ' WILLIAM P. USD, . . Capitalist P. H. MS, . Pre. Star Brewery IDWAID D. ST1VINS, Life Insurance WALTEIB.B08LI, ... Coal CHA8. H. McGIATI, Stocks aid Bonds JH0.1 WITBICi; Pres.H.WitbeckCo. B. E. BUCKLEN, of H. E. fiucklen k Co. GEO. EELLEB, . Mtr. Picture Frames CHAS. A. PLAMONDOK, Pre A. Plam- ondon Mfg. Co. JNO. A. KINO, lata Wholesale Droggist LA. GODDARD Cashier Ths Aectvnts ef linkers, Mtrchints, Manufacturtrs, luilnns Mtn tntnlly, and Individuals Rsistctfully Ssllcitid. S. W. Oorner Clark and Monroe Streets. La Salle and Jackson Streets LVJnlllUjUBsBBBBSs! CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S 4,500,000. INTEREST ALLOWED ON OEPOSITS IN BAN INO ANO SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS. ONDS Government. State, County. City and choice Railroad bonds bought and sold. FOREIGN EXCHANGE Letters oT Credit. Drafts. Postal Rem't tances and Cable Transfers. TRUST DEPARTMENT Acts as Administrator. Executor, Guar Han, Conservator. Assignee, Receiver. Transfer Agent and Registrar; makes ' investments and acts as agent in the collection and d'sbursement of Incomes. Trust funds and trust investments are kept separate from the assets of the bank. SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS MiTnislGoJInk N. E. Cor. Dearborn and Madison Sts. Capital and Surplus . . $1,500,000 ACCOUNTS OF MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS AND BANKERS SOLICITED. O Of INTIRMT allowed on daily balances of checking accaunta. d O ISSUES CERTIFICATES bearing INTEREST payable aa demand or on time, as parties may desire. Savings Department 3 Of INTKRKST allowed on savings accounts. Deposits made sa O or before the roth of the month draw interest from the ist. ISSUES DRAFTS AND LETTERS OP CREDIT AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS OP THE WORLD. UPJCV TO LOAN AT ALL TIMIt on Approved IWl f HCl Collaterals and on Improved City Real Estate- a. W. SfAWBONi President. V. I WILK, Vie. Preside.!. O. M. WILSON, Cashier. V. . HAWBON, AMlataat Cakler. Chicago Credit Company, 99 Washington St., Room 304. Money to Everybody, k-m On Anything. Policemen and Firemen can get money on their own notes. Loans made on Household Furniture, Pianos, Store Fixtures, Horses and "Wagons. Our Bates the Lowest in the City. No Unnecessary Questions AsM We loan full value. If you now have n loan with tome other concern we will take it up and carry it for 20 per cent, less than you pay them. Give us a call. CHICAGO CREDIT CO., 99 Washington St., Room 304. I. A. ECKHMT, Presltent. JAMES t-;. AN, See. ana Ti OAPAOITY 1,000 ANHLa MR OAV. A CREDIT-RATING AND COLLECTION COMPANY Continuously Conducted Thirty Years under same man agement. We have facts and information concerning the Finan cial Standing, Habit of Fay and General Reputation for Credit of more than Five Hundred Thousand individ uals, firms and corporations doing business in the city of Chicago. Our facilities enable us to write Commercial, Fidelity and Insurance Reports immediately on request. . No annual subscription is required to do business with this olfice. For iurtherinf ormation send postal or call Central 1061. Mi 7M &. err loor ronr dearborn bloo. JAMES H. ECKELS, PrssUent. JOHN C. McKEON, Vlcs-Prsiident. D. VERNON, 2d Vice-President JOS. T. TALIERT, Cashier. COMMERCIAL VAN H. HIQQIN8, Prsildint. F. 0. BR0N30N, Manager. FIDELITY Safe Deposit Company. VAULTS: 143 RANDOLPH STREET, HRH Eokhart & Swan Hilling Co., MERCHANT MILLERS 873 to 393 Carroll Avenue, from Elizabeth to Ada Sti. Our new 2,000-barrel mills are now in full operation, producing the finest grades of Spring auad Winter Flour made in the world. Ours are the first and only mills in the United States arranged with the complete and improved Hungarian Sifter System. ECKHART & SWAN'S "XXXX BEST PATENT" Is the highest grade of Hard Spring "Wheat Patent Flour in the world, manufactured from Number One Hard Dakota and Minnesota "Wheat Cable Address "Eckhart." Long Distance Telephone, West 37, L C. KUHNERT. C. H. McQRATH. New Era Bank b.NX3 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. CAPITAL, $1 ,000,000. SURPLUS, $1,000,000. PRIVATE SAFES TO RENT AT POPULAR PRI0E8. ...CHIOAQO. iuvii) ni:r.vr.s, rrpiMcnt. J'HA.NK T. DAVIS, Trt!tt. A. U-hWIM, H. i'W- Clilcauo.. PI'.VMOUU l 'IIIOMAS, Rm. Rnir. Naw Yofk. .IDIIN SCI'.IIMNd IMIANK, Ciller Enir. v.m. ii. iti:i:vi:s, uuuvruibuiicriutunatDt. The Phoenix Bridge Company ...CNCINCERS AND BUILDERS... CAPACITY OF BRIDGE WORK 40,000 TONS PER ANNUM. ' 'All Work Done on Premises, from Ore to Finished Bridge. Bridges, Turntables, Ocean Piers, Elevated Railroads, Viaducts, Roofs, All Structures of Iron and Steel. Estimates and Special Designs Furnished on Appllcttlon. ....OFFICIt.... 41 Wtnwt Umi,,nsM$kls MMNtyMlt, P.; 4f WHUm Sttett, Nsw Yerk MALik-P. Franklin McVeagh. Jesse Spauldlng. DIRECTORS: N. K. Fairbank. Robert T. Lincoln. Norman Williams. James H. Eckels. Wm. J. Chalmers. Jehn C. McKeon. Z. W CARTER. I. . CARTE! Z. R. CARTER t BRO.. Wholeaalt Dealers In Grain and Hay Halsted and 1 6th Streets,, i T f J 9msWsmmWki3KmwtMMamWLmkMm k$mWM ...Safety Deposit Vaults... HARRISON AND HALSTED STS. AND BLUE ISLAND AVE. r. lortgages, Insurance, Stocks, Bonds, and Investment Secnrities. Peter Kiolbassa, Notary Public and Real Estate Conveyancer. 1 13 W. Division St., Chicago. B. MANDL. LEO J. TAUSIQ. Mandl & Tausig, Loans and Investments. Real Estate and Insurance. Suite 404 Oxford Blds., 84 Lst Sails 8t.