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Sanitary District of Chicago TO CONTRACTORS. Sml,-,! l'ruiM.l AiMr,itl to tin Heard of rrutet if thi' S.ttiltiir HUttl.t -if Oil uirn iiihI ltuler-wl "1'nniiw.iN for Hrntlni; tin Surrtrm-I uiv df UnrrUiMi Slrrrt tlrliliro Acro tin I'lilriisu IIUit In the rtty f Oili-iii:i'. will lie tvrrlwM liv tlu I'li-tV. if tlio .iM Similar)- W.trlot nl llooni lit" Security HiilM liiir, Clili-nuo, III mil II 1- I" (Stninlnnl tlnifi nf Wrdtio.ilaj-, tlic Uth il.l.v of Alii II. A. II JIHU. nml will lit' imlilli'lv (Uirlii'il liv jyilit Itonnl of Tni'toi-n tit tm-rtlui: of the lliuinl lii'lil tbnt tl.iy Tlu brliltfo for wliliti juM ti'tiilt'r. lire In ltnl l tt lliitrloii Strri-t iu-rw tin- Oil iiikii HUcr. ilcsUti tirinml uiiilor tlio Xi-tirrzrr llnllliitf l.lft llrlilco tntiMit. Tlio work for which ssilil ii'inlcr nro In ttoil Incluilo utiilyliii: nil uiatorlaN for tlio ux'Pt.nietiiro of ulil litliltto iilnl oni't Inv li ooiimli'to. lu-rnnllni: to nliiii fur- iiWImt by tlio S.itittnr.v lltrlt of Oilontfn nml In uniformity with ("in'cltlcntloti fur-nl-lii il ly tlio MM DMrltt. Tlio iloltfti for alJ lirUK'o nro mriiril nml nmtrolli'il by ialil Sanitary itrlct uf flilcitfii. Illil for tho lInrrlon Stroet IiHiIkp .ioro tlio ChlciKo Kli'P iuut lio nocntupanli'il by u rt'tilflitl chock or cuh to tho muuutit of throo thouMtiil ilollap i$:i.i. All cortltlcl choik tuiit ho ilrnnti on initio n'.Minll)lo lunk ilolni: IuMihm In tho I'lty of Oilcntfo noil iiimlo payalilo to tlio inor of tho Clerk of tlio Sanitary I)l. trlet of Cltlrnito. Salil ntiioiitit of tlim thoiiainl ilollar $:Um ilt'iultcil with, I'lili will l.o lie M I iy tho Saultnry IlMrlot until nil of tho respective llil for i-Mil ctrm-turv have lipon c:iimioil iitul tho i-im-tract ii wn riled nml litiieil, tho relnni of paid check or i-iili lioliii: eonilltlmieil iitmn tho ntipeurumr within ten IHM il.ij nfter roi'i'Ului: tint In of award to hlni of tho Mdder ti whom tho award of raid work Khali lino lioeii mado, with IhimiImiicii, nml vooiitltitf n contrail with tlio Sanltno lHn trlet for tho work ei awnnleil and ulNltitf n Imiid natUfaetory ti tho Hoard of TrnleoH for tho fiitnilmeiit of tho unit met for tho Miertnietiiro of tho Ilnrrl-oii street lirlduo iiiro tlio t'hleaeo Itlver In tho amount of thirty. tlvo thoiiK.iud ilullnrt if.'ITi.iaau, All litiN nnit ho made upon dlauk furuit fnitiMii'il liy tho Sanitary liMrlit No Mil will ho eoii!Iilercil titilox tho iiaity tmiMni; It "linll furtiMi oxldeiieo eiitUfiic tory to tho lloanl of Tniteo of ul c.iorl. eiieo In till oln of work and hit Mnaiielal illdllty ueeeflllly to pmeoiite tho wild oiitrai't lit euro tho auio rhall ho awatdid lilni. Hldilcr nro ri'iiilreil to Mnto In thMr Mil their Iliillrldl1.ll UllUUe lllld place of rei-l- ilvtuo lu full. Tlio ah1 iio.tnl of Tniloo roMWo llio lU-lit to reject any ami all lilR Till: SANITARY IUSTKRT OP (Mil- OAtiO, Ily Zlna n. rartrr. Vrohlilellt of Hit llnaril of Triltri'i. Atte.t: S. I. tlrltlln. Oerk. fhleutfo. March l. 1WU. Tho iiIhiVi N tlio vniiio tiotloo wllleh np peared IVIiniary 11. ll'.-l. In tho Ohlcuco fhrotilelo mid Inter Ocean. It Is now nnnouiicvil on wlint cooitis to lie cood authority tlmt ilurliiK the comliiK .voiir, nt lonst. the lllltioN nml Mlchlcnii cniml, ho far from liolnt: !m mvtllntcly clottl, will he ttsoil for IiiihI iiess nml trntlU; iiuitosch. An interest UK jik'fo of news In tliW connection Is tlmt a strongly llnanecil syndicate linn Ikm?ii fonneil for the purpose of con ducting n series of excursions over the ennui from Chicago to the World's Fair nt St. Louis. This would, needless lo say, lie par ticularly Interestlin; In view of the his toric associations which connect scenes alone the old caunl with the history of the Louisiana Purchase In commemo ration of which the preat exposition nt Sit. Louis Is to lie held. Tho First Nntlonnl IJnnk of Peoria Is one of tho largest stockholders lu tho enterprise, nml Mr. Vernon C. leaver, tho President and (ienoral Manager, Is well known for u number of years as a prosperous lusluos man iu Chicago, and has had considerable experience nml success in expositions nnd amusements of considerable mag nitude, and solicits Inquiry by Intend ing investors from any reputable busi ness party in Chicago to substantiate Ills standing ns to reliability and In tegrity. Mr. James t Hytli, tho Vleo Presi dent nnd Amusement Manager, lias been Associated with some of tlio larg est enterprises In tho world, having inn do a life study of amusements In all branches, nnd lins only returned re cently from n tour through Kuropo from England to Itussla, South Africa and Australia, gaining knowledge and ideas in adopting the best points lu the United States. Tho properties owned, controlled nnd on which tho company have an option have been Incorporated In capital stock of ."00,000, par value 1 each, full paid nnd jion-nshcssublt1, placed upon tho market In limited amounts for sale with n view to develop nnd create lnteret in tlio various enter prises mentioned. There Is no time like the present for such nu in ve.uinent, con sidering the thousands upon thousands of visitors from all parts of the world bent on seeing the St. Louis World's Fair. The names of tho gentlemen who comprise the otllcers of the company nnd tho bank references are a guaranty that tho money received from tho sale of stock will bo Judiciously expended lu tho development work; and what ever Is done for tho advantage of the company inures to tho advantage of each stockholder In proportion to his holdings. The Transcontinental Amusement rompany Is tho title of the concern which propoM'8 to link one of tho tin cht amusement Institutions of tho St. Louis Imposition with tho amusement seekers of Chicago through the medi um of the cannl and u set of fine ex cursion steamboats. Tho venture Is not a new one with those Interested In this enterprise, as the "A I Fresco" Iieach, Idenl summer resort nt Peoria, III., maintained and handled by tho same company, has a national reputation for perfect service, and as nn Ideal rest resort. Tho "Al Fresco" Ilcef Onrden will be one of tho chief nttraeri.ms for those seeking rest and recreation during the strenuous days of tho St. J.uls Ex position. Vaudeville, music, mazes, Shoot-tho-Chutes, dancing, bathing, boating and other numerous attractions will bo features. Tho location has been secured and Is In close proximity to tho fair grounds. Tho trip from Chlcnpo will bo con ducted by this company on the only steamboats running from Chicago to St. Louis. These aro llrst-clans ves Htooktiol(liir' Mooting. The iimiiiul meeting ftf tho slockltolilcrK of the I'Menno Ni-wkpatKT t'nlon will lm held tu the i.ttKo of the CoinpHny, No d.l Smith Ji-rfeniou Htret. Chlcifi., III., nl l!:.'io p. tu., i,n tho l-'th day of April. lf''.or "'" '"'" p,me nf t-iis-tltig ii luionl t Directors for ,,, ensuing (Vk:IJ, A HTHONO. Hrcre.ao- Pearl Ring Free Cutoutlt.Ukii.kn4 Miti It wllb I IMWl ioruwj sels, luxuriously fitted. Some of the best known business men of Peoria, as well ns of Chicago, are deeply In terested In tho enterprise. The stock eati be purchased now nt f0 cents on the dollar, wlileh will be only for u short time. The stock Is fully paid J and noiHissossaiuo. . GEN. WOLFE'S ENGLISH HOME. Quebec IIoiihc Kc-torcil Jo Condition of Soldier-" llnyliiXHl llujr. It is ii matter of imperial Intel est that the charming gabled building known as tjuelioe House, Westeiham, has been restored by Colonel ('. A. Mndiiu Wnrde. of Squorrlos Court. Tho old house, with Its red-brick gables, nestled eloe beside the parish church and after many vicissitudes Is now practically lu the same condition ns when It echoed with the boyish laugh ter of the great soldier. Thackeray lm- mortallzed the old building lu "The Vltglnlatis," but, strangely enough, it Is marked by no sign or token of the famous resident. Ceneral Wolfe re ceived his first commission at the age of 15 when playing In the grounds of Sitierrles Court with his rrlend lieorge Warde during the Christmas holidays of 17-11-!!, says the London Chronicle. The fact that Suuorrlou Court is to day the treasure House of Wolfe's lit erary remains Is accounted for by tho Intimacy that existed between the two families. It Is to be remarked witli surprise that no memorial of Wolfe ex ists at Wcftd'hum, other than the sim ple tablet in tliu church In which he was christened and the cenotaph in the private grounds of the great house. The elevated position of tlio village green would make n splendid site for ti worthy statue of tho modest young sol dier who died In the hour of victory and to whom the Anglo-Saxon siiprem iicy on the American continent is due lri6vo than to nny other. A meeting has been held nt New Itiltnlii. Conn., to urge the building nl that place of u suitable memorial to F.llhu lturrltt. OFFICIAL WtHLlCATIOX. ANNt'Al. STATIIMI'.NT of the Kiirckn I'lro and Murine Insurance Compnliy nf Cin cinnati. Ill tho State of Ohio, on tlio Hint day of Occemlier. llHKii mado to tho Insur ance Superintendent of thu State of Illinois, piiriiKiiaut to law. CAPITA I,. Aim. nut of capital stock paid up In cnl ? 100,0410.00 i.KiMir.u Assirrs. Honk vnluo of real estate owned by tho company $ m.l'.n.sn Loans on collateral security... .'l,o.V.oo Hook vnluo of liouds nml stocks l:il,"0.nu Cash on hand nml lu hank.... 4:',,WM',t Hills rccelvalilo lt.'..(!i Audits- dol.lt linlancrs I7,inl.r.l Other ledger assets Total ledger assets ? .aTiTSU.l.'i NON-LIMJOr.U ASSI'.TS. Interest duo and accrued ....8 L'.OSfl.R." Mmkct value of real estate hoiids nnd stocks over hook value -0.70S.OS Total admitted nsmts 8 1111,4 I5.1S I.IAllILITir.S. Losses adjusted and unpaid 8 10,001.72 Losses. In process nf adjustment, orln suspense 2,771.2." Total 81:1,7.15.117 Deduct re-liisiirauco ilue or accrued . . Jl,rilO.S'l Net nmniint of unpaid losses Total utiearucil premiums . . ItelnsuraiKo premiums .... 10.210.11 ill,24(l 07 r,4:ii.:ui Total liabilities S lH,SIM).r.7 incomi:. Premiums received during tlio vear mn7.Vil Interests nnd dividends S.hT.'.WJ l'rotlts from sale or maturity of ledger assets over hook value, sale of hoiids l,7Hl.S;i Amount received from all oth er sources S.OsS.ir, Total Income $ l.V.'.Ool.oo r.xi'KNnrmtKs. Loses paid daring thu year ..8 Dhlilemls paid during tlio year Commissions or hrokerago .... Salaries, fies and all other ihargcs of olllcers, clerks, agents and oilier eniplojes.. Items paid dm lug thu year .. Taxes on real estate All other taxes, licenses and Insurance department fees .. I'roilt ami loss Amount of nil other expendi tures n7,4nti..2 S.ono.ikl :i3.KU. IS 12.XW.00 ftmino II1.H7 l.n-.7.r.:i ",fi3S.(i2 S.0.1I.S2 Total expenditures $ lUi,0:i2.l Misci:i.LANi:ors. Total risks taken during the year lu Illinois S l,!KHl,781.(iO Total preiiiluius received dur ing tho year In Illinois .... 20,l4l.o:i Total losses Incurred during thu year lu Illinois ll.ira.02 r. a. mm Hint, president. ADAM MINI'S, Heeretniy. Suliscrllied ami sworn tu before mo this -Jtli day of January, llsil, tSeall .lOSIIPH T. IIAItltlSON. Commissioner for Illinois la Ohio, OFFICIAL PUIILICATION. ANN'IMI. STATI:M1:NT of the DlllilKlllo I'lre uud Matliio Hisurauco Company of Du-' liiiipns lu tho State of Iowa, on the Hist day of Decemlier. li:i: iiiiulu to the Insiir unco Superlntemleut of thu Statu of Illi nois, pursuant to law. CAPITAL. Amount of rapltnl (.lock paid up lu cash $ 1C-VW" LEDCillK ASSETS. Ilook value of real estate owmd by the company n.noo.no Jlmtgago loans on real estate. n.Vi,ti24.oo Loans on collateral security .. 81,1(hi Ilook Miluu of Imihls auil stocks 20,lMi Cash on hand and lu hank .... nr,,:m." ISO Mils rerelvahlo ii,...h.m Agents' debit balances 10.4I3.-1U Total ledger assets J r,:i7,3C7.2J non-li:doi:u AKSr.TS, Interest dm- and net-rut it 1 l,fl.T.2fi Other null-ledger assets l,27ll.:il Total ridmltted assets $ fi:,2.070.!i2 I.IAIIILITIIIH. Loss, In process of ad justment, or III bllS pens.. 4,0ii0 on Losses resisted 4,HM Net amount of unpaid losses.. iJ""' Total lineNrnid premiums .... lin,.si,is All other llHbllltles .nouoo Total llalillltbs 170,500 .In incomi:. Premiums rerclved during the ,,,,. jiar jso.uss.ho Interests and dUldends 23,OXI.iu Amniint recelied from all oth- VJinn er Main-en -i"o.oo Total Inrorm 217.702.ar, i:Ni'i:NDrn.'iti:s. l.ossis piild during tho year. .$ Sl.lisria., Dividends pnld during thu jear i'O.uin.oii Commissions or lirokerago .... 4l,.l, 1.22 rinlarlis, fies and all other charges of olllcers, clerks, ,,., agents ami other emplnjes.. 2J,yi2.47 Iti-utk paid during tho yinr .. J-!'."! Taxes on real estate JtU..ill All other taxes, lief uses and .,,, Insurance department fees.. 4, .win Loss on sales, or inittirlly of ...... ledger assets 1, ilii.lt Amount of all otlur Mpemll- tuns "i" Total expenditure 5 17.'.,7iOii MISCKLLANIHlCK. Total risks taken during tin- year lu Illinois '.'.W.iai.W) Total premliiiiis reieived dur- ..., lug tho year In Illinois .... 2.'.,lo00o Total looses Incurred during thu yar In Illinois fi.400.0o JOHN KLLWANOIIIt, Pretldent, N J KCHItlJP, Kecretnry. Huliierllied ami snorn to before tne this 10th day of January, JH. , (Meh UKO. N. KCHItUJ', ITEMS OF INTEREST For wines nnd liquors, Keating ft Mnhotiy, the well-known Importers and wholesale dealers in this line of goods, are among the foremost in tho country j for vnltie as well ns the excellence of their goods. One of the best-liked nnd most pop- alar business men in Chicago is Tom cs. DotmpHy. tue Jeweler, at 118 Denrboru street Mr. Donnelly enjoys .he con fldonce and patronage of the very best people In Chicago, and If you want the best goods, In watches, doads and Jewelry, at reasonable prices, the man to patronise Is honest Tom Donnelly, at 118 Dearborn street. OKI'ICIAt, I'tllll.lCATlON. ANNTAt, STATi:.Mi:XT of tho Hartford rite Insurance t'oinpany of Hartford, In tho State of Connecticut, on the .'llt day of Itcceinlier, lINKl; mado to llio Insurance Su perintendent of the Hlato of IlllnuK pursu ant lo law. CAPITA!,. Amount of capital stock paid up lu cash l,",V),(n).0i) i,i:ii(ii:u AHSCTH. Ilnol: value of real estate owned liy llio company ? imo,"j:!s.iio MortL-auo limns oil real estate. 7ni.::ii'.M" 4.SHO.0O 0.2.V1.717.44 47II.074..VI l.ir.'s.noii.i") IM.IST.IIJ Loans on collateral security... Hook value of liuniM nml stocks Cash on hand ami In lunik... . Audits' dcldt liahiliccs Other IcilKcr assets ledger assets $?L',4:i0,(',ll) Total NoN-i,i:iKii:it ah8i:ts. Interest and rents duo ami ac crued 8 11,7"i.14 Market Millie of leal estate Intuit nnit sttH-kii over lioolf value WJI.mr.l-, Utlier lioii-leilger assets, iincoi lecteil prclillllllis not nmio than three months iltiu .... 1, 117.ono.no llt.tiol.47 dross assets U.M'.'.n.VJ.'.'S lir.ltL'CT AHSI'.TS NOT AUMITTIIO. Depreciation from honk values of liilgor assets py.W.P3 Special deposits to secure liabilities In Canada ami Ore gnu .. Total .".-s.rrjl.tn r,o.-,..-.i2.::o sm.'j:7.i:,.i.m Total mlinllteil assets .... I.IAllILITir.S Losses ndjiisteil unit unpaid .'..SLIIT.siM.ki Losses. Ill process of adjustment, orlu suspense ."'.VSI.'.IIO Losses resisted .... S.",.Vi'.',!!!1 Net alnoiiiit of unpaid losses.. Total unearned premiums .... Commissions nml lirokerago .. Itcturii premiums n.".l22.s2 s.o.vi.r,t2..v.i Hi7.lu:i.20 17ll.ll.Sll.MI Total llaldlltles 8 H,:i".,l.V,.41 Less llalillltlcs seeuriil by spe cial deposits lt7.i:7..rl llahilico 8 ll,ir.i,01S.n incomi:. I'renilniim received dllllllL the veil r !flO,07.1.7l".l Interests, rents and dlildemls. 4::il,47.'l.72 Prollts fiom sale or umtiillt.v of ledger nssets over bonk value 12.0.-.0.00 Amount recelied from nil oili er sources 112.21) Total income sio,r,2:!.:i2H.oy i:.pr.NDiTt'itr.s. Losses paid during the year.. r,,onS,rjl.(i:t Dividends paid during tin- year 4:i7,."iUM Coninilsslnus or brokerage .... l,S21,17."i.O!l Salaries, fees ami all other charges of olllcers. clerks, agents and other employes.. (BW.r,si).fin Taxes on real estate 8,774... All other taxes, licenses uud Insurance department fees .. 2H.'1,21..()2 Loss on sales, or maturity of ledger assets oO.OilO.OO Amount of all other expendi tures 7.1,UK.07 Total expenditures $ ti,120,4US..2 Miscr.i.i.ANiiors. Total risks taken during thu year year In Illinois 8.:i,7SS,ia..00 Total premiums leeched dur ing tho year lu Illinois 7,".o,,-,l(U2 Tolal losses Incurred during thu year In Illinois Xll.WW.r.l lii:o. L. I'llAHC, President. P. C. HOVCi:. Secretary. Subscribed iilid sunrn to befole mo this 7th day of January, ll"l. M. II. SCOTT. (Seal) ' Notary Public. OFFICIAL l'UIILlCATHIN. ANNt'Al, STATi:.Mi:.NT of the Hanover I'lro Insurance Company of New Yolk, In the State of New York, on the .'list day of December, llo;i; made to the Insurance Hu peiluteudcut of thu Statu of Illinois, ptirsu. ant to law. CAPITAL. Amount of capital stock paid up in cash $ I,eo0,xw.0i) li:doi:u assi:ts. Ilook value of leal estate owned by the company S ntl.1,ik4..() Mortgage loans on leal estate. II.JiiMi.oo Ilook value of bonds and stocks 2,':::i,li.v.S.hi) Cash on hand and lu bank ... 221.7nl.2l Agents' debit balances 1US.70S.U2; other ledger nssits 100,571.4. Totnl ledger assets s :i,7b7,H71.1'J NoN-Li:ii(ir.it assi:tm. Interest and reals tint and ac crued 8 Market valuu of real estate bonds and stocks ocr book value Other noil-ledger assets ...... 20,8.",fl.y2 2:t1MU7.20 KI.NI..17 Cross assets $ 4,s)2,lli:i.oll DIIIM'CT assijts not admittiid. Agents' balances o cr lllleo mouths ilue.S .S(.0. Special deposits to kcciiio llahllltles III Virginia and Orcgi 10S.2.VI.OO Total l(N,s:1.0 Total ailinltleil nssets 8 il,li.:i,S07.ol LIAIIII.lTli:S. Looses ndjiisteil and unpaid 8 7S,HW.MI Losses, III ploccss of adjustment. orlu suspense 2ISH71.77 I.ossis leslsted .... :i2,2:iS,4S Total Duliict re-lusur illicit dim or nc crilctl 8:i.Mi,4l!0.1l tri,ino..o Net amount of unpaid losses.. aiO.200 01 Total utieariieil prrniliim 2,HT;i..".:r.,.,j;t Couimlsslous nnd biokerago ,, :is,lll.2t) lleluin nnd re-liisiirauco prem iums n,s-s..:iii Total llalillltlcs 8 L'ss liabilities secured by spe cial deposits .', HU, 820. "1 41, atn. 11 tlviooiTOii.Ti llalanee incomi:. Premiums received dining the .war i!.Min,5.i:i.nj Interests, rents and dividends, 141,r07.!:i Totnl Income 8 a,o;:o,8:ii.s. j:xpi:NDiTt'iti:s. Losses nalil during the tear.. 8 l.'-'MI.Hl 1.72 DMdeiids paid during theicar 1iki.ihm Coniuilssloas or brokcrago .... Salaries, fets ami all other charges of olllcers, clerks, agents ami other employes,. Items paid during the jear.... Taxes, 1 epulis and expenses 011 leal estate , All othir taxes, licenses ami Insurant c department fees .. Loss on sales, or maturity of ledger assets Ann. nut of all other expclnll- tuns r.:i7,sTJ.r.s S14.0ll.27 itLoin us ir.,i!i 01,187. r.' ,V".i:i 2S7.n74.KI ,r,2i,yin.r,7 Total i'Xiiciiilllurt'4 $ .Misci:i.i.ANi:ors. 'I'n la I rlnkK tnkfii iluiluu Hi" yiii' lu IlllnoU if 15,(82,107.(10 Totnl iiii-iuliiiii-t ii-i i-lvi-il ilui'. .,... luu tlio jHir lu IlllnoU ...'.. 100,181.72 Totnl Iosmi'h iui'iirrt'il iluriuu tliu yi-nr lu IIIIiiiiIm 11B.0M.KS J'llAH. A. HIIAW, I'rcuMiiit. JAS. M (.OKI), Kicriturj-. Kulixcrllx-il nml Hwnrii to liefmn utu llils 27tli day iif Juuuary, 1WM. ini-OH v. r. niinn. ANCIENT CORINTHIAN CANAL. It Wiih Cut (KM) Yearn It. C, mid Was Completed In I (!:!. "Speaking of eaiials," said the eiigl tieer who had been talking about Fan niii.i. "a very interesting eiiual, mud one not much heard of. Is that connect ing the (lull' or Corinth and the Hull' of Aeglnii, III (Ireeee. It's some older than any we have lu the western hemi sphere, also, for IVrhuider, tyrant of Corinth, proposed to' cut through the Isthmus as long ago as (Mill years be fore Christ. Superstition stopped him. however. Julius Caesar ituii Caligula took It up again when Itome had hold of U recce, but It was too much for them. Then came Nero, and he went at 11 with vigor, hut the work stopped when he died. Others kept pounding away at It for the next several hundred years, but It was not until 1SS1 that real work of the Nero energy was put upon It. Then (iciicral Turr, ald-de-camp to Vlefor F.iunnuel of Italy, or ganized ii company and worked on till the money gave out lu INK), the chief obstacle being some kind of u Hint which dynamite couldn't break. "About .510,000,000 was spent up to PETER REINBERQ Wholesale Florist GREENHOUSES: Salesroom: 51 Wabash Ave., Chicago Telephone, "44H-M"M'MHMH-''-M.!.!4-.X..:. TELEPHONE SOS BLACK FRESH EGGS AND BUTTER A SPECIALTY McCARTEN BROS. GROCERY AND MARKET 67-69 NORTH STATE STREET CHICAGO DEALERS IN GROCERIES, MEATS, POULTRY, ETC. M-M''M"fr'MtXH DENTIST Cor. 35th and Wood Telephone, Mount 9 a, m. to 12 m. I to 0, 7 to V p, m. I make Real Estate Loans at 4, 5, 6 and 7 on Chicago Property. Don't Advertise to make loans without a com mission, but have the capital on hand and will loan it on Real Estate. T. C. LAUCHLIN 1415 Title and Trust Building I K3 , TELEPHONE, CENTRAL 3088 T7. JOSEPH F. Notary Public REAL ESTATE 2215-17 Wentworth Avenue W. NL HOYT COMPANY, WHOLESALE GROCERY i IW0BT1M TEASI fcl,U7l9MpAflUimilHrto l.MM), and then Mr. Syugros took hold, organized a new company with mmi.v not) working capital, and llnlshed the Job lu 1.S!;i. It Is only about four miles long, but It Is nlxty-nlne feet wide at bottom, about eighty at water Hue, twenty six feet ami three Inches deep lu water, and It Is cut nearly nil the way through solid rock, rising nt some points for - i! feet. above the canal. It Is like it canyon, and ships do not lake kindly to It, the entrance being bad, a strong wind blowing through It as through a great air shaft, and there is at times a strong reverse current. It Is an Interesting trip through the e.inal. ami It saves ia:i miles of very roiigji water and twenty hours of time; but so fur skippers prefer to go around the peninsula rather than through the ca nal, though with some changes which will be initite It Is believed the canal will become of general use as soon as a few ships begin to use It and remove the prejudice now existing against it." Comfort. FJcctrlo tramway ears lu itomc are now lltted with postal boxes, the con tents of which are collected every quarter of an hour. SVMTAERDALE, ILL. 2846 Central Streets, CHICAGO Yards 763 Hcdtlence: 36IS Hamilton Avtnua Telephone, Union list J MAMMOSER ,D IQUMMMM Of tJ5i ;.,i' .''(''c jmmmmmm. Spectacles and Eyeglasses My Specialty For Accurate and Scientific Testing of Eyes consult :- -: -:- WM. R. UHLEMAIMN, Optician 76 East Madison St., 2d Floor. Telephone Central ISO. ,fMfMlMfMfMfMfMMJMfMf,'M,8 FINEST OF IMPORTED AND DOME8TIO QOOD3 C. C. 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