TILE DAILY INTEB OCEAJT,. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVXMBEH 14, 1S9G. VETERANS1- CORNER SX --Bm SBB items of General Interest for Hem-' bers of the Grand Army. CHICAGO AND ELSEWHERE Record of the Week, for the Old Soldiers Order. ft o tag from the Woman's Relief. Corps and from Various Other Societies. ' ' ' Comrade T. S. Clarksoe. of Omaha, Neb.. commander-in-chief of the Grand Army . of ' tbe Republic, will arrive In Chicago next Tues- day morning... He will be the guest of Quar-termaater Oeneral A. J. Burbanlc '., Comrade W. O. Cochran, department commander of tbe Illinois O. A. R., will arrive ia the city thli morning. . . . ! Next Tuesday afternoon Conmmander-la-' Chief T. 8. Clarkaon will aaiiat George G. Meade Pott, No. 444, Englewood, In tbe ua-1 furling of a United State flag, oyer tbe paro-: chial achool connected wltb St.&Jartin'a Cath-, olio Church,' at No. 5825 Princeton arcane. - at 3:30 p. m. George G. Meade Pott will meet , the commander-in-cblef at Flfty-Nlntn a tree t and Went worth avenue, eacortlng him weit one block, to tbe cchoolhoase. All comrade and all those interested cordially invited to attend. Senior Vice Commander Christopher Keogb of General Hatch Poet, No. 713, was killed by tbe ears at Forty-Ninth street and Winches-ter arenue Tuesday, Not. 10. He will be buried tomorrow, from bis late residence. No. 1445 Fifty-First street , The first services under the auspices of General Hatch Post will take place at 10 o'clock a. m. Tbe body will be taken to St. Rose' Church, then by cars from Forty-Nlntb street and Ashland avenue station to Mount Olivet Cemetery. All veterans Invited. A aeries of socials will be given under tbe auspices of U. S. Grant Post. No. 2S, In Corn-man dery Hall, Masonic Temple, as follows: Tuesday evenings, Nov. 24 and Dec. 23; Tuesday evenings, Jan. 26 and Feb. 23. 1897. Dancing and progressive euchre. Tbe committee In charge are Comrades A. F. Walcott, chairman; H. N. D. Parker, M. D.r W. H. Doher-' - ty. J. H. Livingston, and J. Q. Fergus. The annual inspection of General George A. Custer Post. No. 40, will take place on Tuesday evening, . Nov. 24. in their hall. No. 85 South Sangamon street. Comrade A. P. Connolly, past commander V. S. Grant Post, No. 28. will act as inspecting officer. On Friday evening. Dec. 18, Cutter Post win. give a musical and literary entertainment, to be followed by dancing, at Wicker Park Hall. Junction of Milwaukee avenue. North avenue, and Robey street. All friends are invited. Next Tuesday evening the annual Inspection of Farragut Post, No. 602. will take place at tbe post ball, in the People's Institute. A regular meeting of the Chicago Union Veteran Club will be held in hall No. 321, American Exprecs Company's building. No. 76 East Monroe street, Monday. Nov. Hi. at 8 o'clock p. m. It ia expected tbat Hon. William EL Maaon. Judge J. M. Longenecker. A. C. Tis-del. Esq.. and other prominent speakers will deliver short addresses. All veteran and their wives, sons, and daughters invited. Tbe regular quarterly meeting of tbe Western Society of the Army of the Potomac will be held at the Sherman House, Monday. Nov. 16. at S o'clock p. m. The proposed amendment to tbe by-law, changing the time for folding quarterly meetings, will be considered and acted upon; also applications for men bersbip, and other regular bnsiness. ' Judge Arba N. Waterman. Lieutenant Colonel of tbe One Hundredth Regiment Illinois Volun teer Infantry, will read an entertaining war paper; subject: "Washington at the Time of the First Battle of Bull Run."- Lanch will be served. j ' IX ILLINOIS. Bartleson Post. No. 6. Jollet, will bold Its annual eampfire next Tuesday evening. Sen lor Vice Department Commander A. A. Adair Assistant Adjutant General C. A. Partridge, and other from Chicago will attend. The annual meeting of the Ohio Veteran ! Association of Illinois will be held at Cham paign Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 13 and 15. .... Last Saturday tbe survivors of the battle of Belmont residing in Illinois held their thirty-fifth annual reunion at Chester. They were welcomed by Mayor Crisler. Rev. Levi 8. walker responding. The veteran were entertained wltb vocal and instrumental music, and a free dinner. Officers for the . ensuing year were elected as follows: " A. O. Gibbs, Spsrta, president; W. J. Caldwell, Sparta, vice president; Silas Tag girt. New Palestine, secretary; S. B. Hood. Sparta, treasurer. The next reunion will be held at Sparta. The Twelfth Illinois Volunteer Cavalry held Its annual reunion in room 321 American Express building. Chicago, on Friday and Saturday, Nor. and 7. The history of the 'regiment was retold by Its surviving members, and the services of brave comrades gone before appropriately remembered. Congratulatory resolutions were sent to Major William McKinley upon bis election to the Presidency, the first man who carried a musket to attain that exalted position.- Officers were elected as follows: Captain J. J. De Lacey. brevet major, was elected to succeed Captain W. H. Redman - aa president. Major De 'Lacey baa a record as a soldier to be proud of. He left bis engine on the Illinois Central Railroad early In April. 1861. and enlisted aa a private ia theMcClellan Dragoon, and was mustered out In June, 1868, as Cap-itala and Brevet Major of the Twelfth Illinois ! Cavalry after a continuous every -day service, i Captain Charles Overocker was elected first iTlce president. Comrade Patrick Burns second vice president. Comrade Homer Calkins of Union, Mo., was re-elected secretary. M OMAVI RELIEF CORPS. . I The annual Inspection of Abraham Lincoln Corps, No. 108, will take place next Wednesday at 1:30 p. m., at the corps ball. Ne. 3120 forest avenue. Welter Corps, No. 191, was Inspected by Sdra.Eva Bent, past president of Godfrey Welt- sel Corps. Thursday afternoon. The Inspect or complimented tbe corps for their excellent work. The corps presented Mrs. Bent with a nice berry set. Visitors were present from Godfrey Weltsel and A. Lincoln. Corps, and Mrs. Austin of Los Angeles. CaL Refreshments were served, and a Jolly time enjoyed. John Brown Corps No. 14 gave a pleasant and successful entertainment - Wednesday evening at Gordon's Hall, No. 3152 Dearborn street. A beautiful quilt, presented to the corpa by Mrs. Crlsslnger, past president of 'Abraham Lincoln Corpa, No. 108, was raffled off, and netted a handsome sum.. - Mlsa Fannie Hall rendered two selections la a pleasing manner. Refreshments and dancing were -njoyed by all. The quilt was won or Mrs. J. J. Randall. . The eatiertalament added $14 to tbe corpa treasury. Wllllch Corps will Bold Its second annual ball at Lincoln Hall.- No. 374 Thirty-First , atreet, Saturday evening, Nov. 2L All art invited. . General Daniel Dustln Corps, No. 210, will . fclve a social and card party at tbe home of Mrs. R. Alcan, No. 3723 Prairia avenue, on Tuesday evening-next, Nov. 17. A cordial t Invitation la extended to all comrades, members of the Relief Corps, Sons and Daughters of Veterans, and friends.. Abraham Lincoln Corps, No. 108. - Mrs. ' Florence O. McClelland president, will give a progressive euchre party at room 321, Amer ican Exprets bulldlcg. No. 71 Monroe street, this evening. All are Invited. Wlnfield Scott Corps, No. 194, will hold the .first of a series of hops la Wicker Park Hall, 24o. 501 West North avenue, next Monday evening. All friends of the Grsnd Army in-Tlted. - America Corps, No. 31, announces a social progressive euchre and cinch at the residence of Mrs. George Brown, 813 East Forty-Fourth atreeL next Tuesday evening. Elegant prises and refreshments. All are Invited. Colonel. James A. Mulligan Corps No. 141, Jlra. Cor AAUilale f resides (are their sixth annual ball Monday evening at the Haymarket Theater Hall. Na. 161 West Madison street, - It waa a success. The Thirteenth Congressional District convention was held at Champaign, on Tueaday. Nov. 10, with aa attendance of 125 members. There are twenty-one corps In the district, Flo Jamison Miller ia district president, snd Matt la L Jamison district secretary. Carrie T. Alexander of Belleville baa bee announced as a candidate tor department president. Mrs. Alexander's friends will work for her success. . Helen F. Bristol wfll be named for re-election aa department treasurer. This office is always filled for. three terms without a change. ' Emma R. Wallace, Flo Jamison Miller, aad Develle W. Johnson attended the conference of charities held ia 8priagfield Nov. 13 and 13. Tbe former represented the Industrial School for Girls, the last two the Woman's Relief Corps Home st Wilmington. Farragut Corpa volonlal reunlrn and bazaar, ia tbe People's Institute, as the attraction yesterday afternoon and evening. A New England dinner was served; from C to S o'clock, and most thorou;!i!y enjoyed by all. This evening Ice cream and cake and lunches, from Mother Hubbard's cupboard will be served. The "Original Jartey Wax riggers" wll lbe on exhibition. Meg Merrills will tell fortunes. An Interesting programme. AU Invited. The proceeds go to replenish, the relief fund of Farragut Corp. LADIES OF THE O. A. R. The dime social given by James A. Garfield Circle on Tuesday evening, st tbe borne of Comrade and Mrs. Wilson. No. 1170 West Taylor street.- owing to tbe heavy rain, was cot largely attended., Tbe even' eg was ons long to be remembered. Tbs young people present entertained with charades, etc. Mr. Kir ad. No. 693 Monroe street, presented Mrs. Wilson with a large cake, beautifully Inscribed. "Our Chaplain." which was received In words of love and appreciation. Refreshments were served. - - Garfield Circle. No. C. will hold a regs'.ar meeting at Handel Hall. No. A) Randolph street, this evening.- DAI CUTER 9 OS VETERANS. Miss Ingram served terms as secretary. Junior and senior vice president, and president j of Mrs. John A. Logan Tent. She was elected as the first president of the Illinois depart- ment. which was formed and perfected under ALICE L. INGRAM. her direction. Last year Miss Ingram was honored by election to the position of na tional senior vice president and at St. Paul. Minn., in September last, she was promoted to the highest gift In the Order of Daughters of Veterans, that of national president. Miss Ingram is a wide-awake, energetic official, very popular with her associates. Her administration thus far baa been prosperous, with every indication tbat auccess will attend all her efforts in the promotion of the patriotic ; and charitable work of the order and popular ize it with the comrades or tne urana Army and kindred societies. In general orders No. 1 Miss Alice L. Ingram, president of the Daughters of Veterans, announces the official national roster as fol lows; President. Alice L. Ing.-am. Chicago. 111.; senior vice president. Julia A. croft, Cleveland, Ohio; Junior vice president. Anna Schmid. St. Louis. Mo.; chaplain. Dola Stevens. Allegheny. Pa.; treasurer. Ida J. Allen. Newton ville. Mass. : inspector. Cora Pike. Boa-ton, Mass.; mustering and Installing officer, Ella Adair. Oak Park. Illinois; secretary. Minnie Trescott. Alliance. Ohio; inner guard, Lillian Phillips. Austin, III.: guard, Carrie Humphrey. Kenton. Ohio; musician. Henrietta Schmid. St. Louis. Mo.; council. Ella M. Walker. Worcester, ass.; Gladys Foster. Hiawatha, Kan.; R. Evelyn Monroe, Worcester, Mass.; Lizzie Kimball. Fitcbburg. Mass.; Mae C. Edgerton, Chicago, I1L , - -v CEXEKAL. i The twenty-eighth reunion of the Society of the Army of Tennessee will be held in tbe City of St. Louis. Wednesdsy snd Thursday, Nov. 18 and 19. . The president. G. M. Dodge, in a circular letter, aays: "The annual address will be delivered by Major General O O. Howard. All arrangements for tbe meeting will be intrusted to the following named local executive committee: Colonel Nelson Cole, chairman; General John W. Noble, vice chairman; Colonel Wells H. Blodgett. General D. C. Coleman. Colonel L. Cass Forsyth, Colonel John B. Gandolfo. General Guy V. Henry. Captain George K. Hunter. Captain Lloyd O. Harris. Captain Julius mxman, major Aero Rassleur. Captain Charles O. Warner, Major William E. Ware. Captain W. It. Hodges, secretary, room 20, Laclede building. The executive committee will perfect il own local organization, and give due and timely, notice of the detalla of the arrangements. Commissioned officers who have at any time served with credit, la either army or department of the Tennessee, are entitled to membership and are earnestly requested to attend. Members of kindred societies ara cordially lavlted to be Dresent. Tbe wives snd daughters of our members, snd all Invited guests, are by resolu tion of the society entitled to sests st me banquet." " Tito Freaek Vlatatre. The French wine barest, which Is now being garnered, is even more abundant than tbat of last year, and the quality in the case of the claret ia actually superior. The peculiarity about th vintage of claret wines la the Olrosde aad Medoe districts Is that the grapes require, during the actual time of vintage, light showers; and the rain which proved so disastrous to the wheat harvest ia Scotland and tbe north of Eirlul dart tic last month proved most beneficial to the gathering in of tha claret crop. The con trary, however, IS true witn reterence to wc Burgundy and champagne districts, which require brilliant weather throughout tha harvesting of the grapes; consequently, although the Burgundy snd champagne districts will produce this year a very abundant crop, it ia sot thought that the quality will be quite equal to the S$ vintage. It is, however toe early to aay positively if this is the esse, bat Judging from the experience of past years it will probably be so. The abundant supply of rhsmpagpe daring the past two seasons aad tbe Calling off la the demand for this wine, owing to causes Into which II- Is not necessary now to enter, has caused exceptionally large amounts of stock to be left la tha hands of dealers, and consequently wealthy people on your side who are thinking of making a cellar of this choice beverage have aa opportunity of purchasing magnificent champagne at lower prices than probably at aay time ia the whole history of the win trade. London Letter to Financial. Chronicle. . . Baakcer Wankiaajtoa'a SckeeL The Taskegee Normal aad Industrial Institute has become ons of the most famous of the schools for the education of the negro, snd its president. Booker T. Washington, is recognized aa one of the ablest leaders of the negro race. The school had a very pony beginning fifteen years ago. Today the Institute owns 1.460 acres of fine land, thlrty-aevea buildings, some of which represent large expenditure, 263 bead of lire stock, an abundant supply of wagons, buggies, etc. The total value of Its property Is nearly $340,000. For tha year ended May II. ISM. tha income of the institution waa S97.T1. doaatlona from various sources making up SSI.S3S of the amount. The nnmber of student In attendance waa W7. Besides the academic department, there are twenty-five Industrial departments, where practical instruction is given la carpentry, bricklaying, aton cutting, blacksmith work, shoemsklng, plastering, plumbing, trimming, and other tradea. For female students there is also training ia such line as are appropriate to them. '' A SUPERBLY APPOINTED TRAIN. The "Northwestern Limited, for St. Paul. Minneapolis, and- Duloth, leaving Chicago at M p. m. dally, via tbe Northwestera line, is newly equipped throughout with compartment and regular sleeping cars, buffet, smoking, and library cars, dining cars, and day coach a. Ticket offices No. tot Clark street, and passeager station. Wells sad Klniie at etA, . . . COURTS OF RECORD Injunction Proceedings Against the Metal Polishers. UNION TO BE SERVED Gormully & Jeffery Claim Their Goods Are Boycotted. John H. Greene Begin Suits Against Several . Accident Insurance Companies. Judge Grosacup of the United States Circuit Court declined to issue ths Injunction against the Metal Polishers' National Union until after service eaa be had upon soma representatives of tbe union. Master-lo-Chancery Bishop yesterday morning recommended tbe granting of tbe Injunction preyed for by Gormully at. Jeffery. The court took the report under advisement and later ia the day told counsel tbat tbe defendanta should be served with a notice. Attorney Erb said the defendants were noo-realdents of the stste. but there wss a local union In Chicago and he thought service could be bad upon some one officially connected with the local body. He was told to get service upon them and to notify them 'to appear In court next Tuesday morning to show csnse why the Injunction should aot be Issued. The bicycle firm alleges that its trade la being Injured by the boycott instituted by the metal polishers la that merchants hesitate to give any orders for next season's trade. John H. Greene has begun ault la tbe Superior Court to recover $7,000 from the Standard Life and Accident Company, $10,000 from the United States Casualty Company, $3,000 from the Star Accident Insurance Company, 15.000 from the National Accident Society, and $2,500 from tbe Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company. The plaintiff claims tbst the companies refuse to settle with him for the loss of a foot last spring, although a number of other companies la which be wss insured paid tbe amcunt of their policies In full. Mr. Greene is the assistant general passenger agent of the Wabaah Railroad, and the accident occurred last May ia the McVicker building, while he and a friend were examining s shot gun. In attempting to force a shell into the gun. It exploded. Injuring Mr. Greene's foot so that amputation was necessary. Tbe companlesare protesting the claim on tbe ground that there waa a pro-rata elaaae la the policies, thereby releasing them from payment of the full amount. . Judge" Hanecy yesterday decided that Silver King Hunt, tbe 6-year-old boy over whoae possession there has been considerable litigation, should be left in the custody of Mrs. Ora Hunt, his sunt, who bai raised bis sines b wss 6 months old. The matter came before tbe court on a petition filed by Mrs. Beaale L. Powers, the mother of the boy, to set aside an agreement which abe made some years ago. for Mrs. Hunt to adopt the child. The same question was before Judge Ball a few weeks sgo. snd he decided that the agreement of adoption should stand. ' . When tbe elevator litigation bearing was resumed in Judge Tuley's court yesterday a number of beard of trade operators were called to tbe stand for the purpose of rebutting the testimony of the witneases for'the elevators In regard to the custom of purchasing and selling grain. The argumenta in the case will be made next Wednesday. ' Mrs. Mary Shevlin has begun s replevin suit In tbe Circuit Court against Police Officer Joel A. Smith. wx-Custodlan John O'Connor of the police department, and the City af Chicago for the . recovery of currency ta the amount of $279. She says the money she wants to recover was takes from ber son Jan. 15. 1892. and consisted of thirteen 4i0 bills and one 110 bill. Caart Calls tmr Today. Judge Tuley rvfsnlt divorces. Ju Isa Payne IWault divorces. Judee Olhbotia No conn. Judsa Hanecy UpfaMlI dlvorcea.- Judae Hortoo Default divorces. Jurtee Ewlna Motions for new trials and coa-testd motions. - Judire Stein :J a. m.s Motions for new trials snd coslniH motions. Jorfae Haker No court. J win No. 4kiH34 on trial.' Juris Adams Decistoa in No. Ml and No. til on trial. Judge Thiniw-afotlona for new trlala and coo-tevted motions. Juda-e yifhlra a. ra. I Contaatxl motions. Jutae Tuihlit Motion tor new trial and contested motions. Ju.e fhet lain afotlona for new trials and contested motion. Julre Oowain Motion for new trlala and eon-tested mot ton. Jurta Keely Motion for new trlala and contested motion. Juilae Hmlth Motions for new trlala and con-ten led motions. Judge Freeman Motion for new trial In No. contest! motion la No. 4a i? 421a Ut? 17443. s:a. lixj. JuOire Sear Motion for new trial In No. l: rontroted motion In No, sris lsio S.ns. "J. 4.t. 44S. ". 71m. 33. Suss. tu2S. la4L 14n! SZ7S. S707, J7li feci K Judge Tate. County Court. Room MJ Chicago Onera-Houe Building-V Motion for new trials and special iimwbui caae. Judge Brown (Count v Court) rWIlon In Wl aSS mnt -dar. No. 4S; Nua. Jud- Wood rroonty Court, Room 411 Chicago Opera-House HulMln Motion for now trial. Judire Johnson tCountv Court) Motion for new trials In Kvanton enecial No. H4 and St. nf'iTr.'ir isssr1 countu --:.--. Judpr Kohaat t Probate Court No court. , t'XITED HTATKrt CIRCUIT. COL'RT. Jndv fthowalter No call. Judge GroMcuo ft hearinr. CRIMINAL CirRT. Judge Burke irtram-h No. Zi Motion for new trial. In No. 174. liM. 174. Judge CI 1 (ford 1 Branch No. 4 Motions for anr trial In No. 1420. 141. Judge Hntchlnaoe (Branch No. X) No announcement. Jodae Brentano (Branch No. ) Call not ex-tended. per ! aatd Clre?lt Caarta. JVDOMENTB. Jodce Smith 445. Margaret Curtfn. admr of the estate of Thomas Curtin. vs City of Chicago: on find g. 11. aw. - Juda Adam ISM. K. O. fchmidt lira. Co. vs I Arthur U. Blair; by dent. tm.S&. Jula Neely 1. Benjamin K. Lane-worthr. receiver of tt Mutual Fir In. Co., ra Chlcaao Lumber Co.; by dent. 1.H.4 loss. Same vs United Olaa Co. : aame. H 'O..- Judge Tut hilt 1242. V. . Corhett vs The Board of Trade of Wichita: by deflt. 4. 477.71. Juds Baker ta;74. Fits Simon a Conaell Co. V City of Chlcaso; on Hnda. t32.S72.SS. Judire Bteln lOiiJ. Patrick Callopy v The Cud-ahy racking Co.; 00 find. 1400 and sat am, Joseph Harnett et al vs Wbiteneld N. Alley; on verd. fet.n tex parte) 40S1. John A. Macombervs Flavlus A. Baker and Alexander C Martin: on verd. t2.C3.SS and appld. Ju.lse Chetlaln t. Levy Mayer vs John Berry; on Anda-. t7.SaS.27 14.M3. The Toledo Tinware Mfg. Co. v W. H. Mills A Co. ; by dedt, H.62S.S7. XMCCREEB. Judge Tuley 4143. Canadian-American L. and B. Astm. v Ellengsen et si; dec sale 7i. Miller V Meath et al; same. Judr Pyn 74S, Whlnn et al vs Clark et al : deo sale 4064. Krmh et al v Holmes et al; aame 4'xT, atensland. truate. r Campet al; am 6-H. Bam v Niwrayk et al; umi 4274, Commercial L. and B. An. va Dvanoyera et ai; def dec IZTi, Same vs 8hrier et si; same. 1 Judae Hanecy W981, Brenner vs Wachob et al: dee ! 12..9. Rohn va C liner et al: same (71. Canadian-American L. and B. Assn. raOoodall t al: same 72, nam v Fotaom at ai; asm Ma. Dellere va Tapp et al; dee. 1 . Juus Morton 4lk, Munchen et al va Hock et al: dec sale I.W30. gtelnbach vs Hardee et al: same 1(167, Treptow vs Treptow et al; dec (510. Northwestern Mutual Life In. Co. vs Jroha; nee -443, Horn v Rosenberg et al; dee lti4. lr et al v Burk et al: dec aale. Divorce 14121. Daniel from alary Rodlc: deaertlon 141277, Katie from Frank L. Pott; cruelty IS7S6T. Kmll J. from Minnie Clair; deaertlon 1073. John W. from Annie Ooohert; drunknnea 10734, Bherman from Eva U Qlaxe; deaertlon IS 1M3. Clara I. from Arthur M. Crlppen; deaertlon 10342. llla from tVIUon Traak; deaertlon 1125. Ieona L from Frederick Row; adultery liSSOS. Blanche T, from Ie A. campoeu ; cruelty. LICENSED TO DO BrSIXESS. Sew Caateeraa Granted Charter by the . Saeratsir-r of State. - ' 6prlng8e:d, III.. Nov. IX Special Ttlegram. Th Secretary of State today licensed the Incorporation of the following companies: Btcykllstsky Klub Kruh (Circle Cycling Club), Chioago; incorporators. Vaclav B. Dibelka. oj-techa Cuchne, John C. Koukoi. and Josef Klein. Boston Medical Institute. Chicago; incorporators. E. 1. Rodgers, A. aUunder, aad Van 8. Dresser. " March-Ds-ls Cycls Manufacturing Company. Chicago: capital stock. $100.00; incorporators, W. E. Davis. Percy V. Caatle, and Lyndea A, Seymour. - Marshall ' Tailoring Company. Chicago; capital stock. $20,009; incorporators, B. li. Welt. William A. Hickey. aad L R. Hasea. Manufacturers' CoasuaeUea Company, Chi rac 0; capita? stock. $1600; Incorporator. Jama Ds-yer. Ueorc T. Keuy, ana u. m. rvent. J. W. Cowley Co.. Chicago: capital stock. tla.000; Incorporators, Joseph W. Cowley, frank E. Cowley, and Loula O. Peloob. LanSeid A Co., Chicago; capital stock, I1S.00O; I a corporators. Joseph M. Lanfleld, Mortis Bchiilmann. and James Rosenthal. The Mitchell Laaa and Investment Company, Chicago; capital stock. (1.000.000; Inoorporators, P. R. Barnes, al. at. Humpnrey. a. rraaa smu. A. C. Carl, and J. W. Thompson. Th Bchletrtaaer A Teomana Maaafactaiing Company. Cbleage. certified 10 a 'chanr of nam of tn acblasiager Manutactunag ittmpeay. The Mutual Wbei Coasnasy. Reck Ialaad certlflad to aa lucre a la capital stock from tM.SuO to I73.0OU. Th Queeale Mining Company, Chicago, certified to aa eniargoorsat of object of incorpora tion. PalllasT Flaeaa. Thar were (S,O0S polling places In the United State at th recent election. Texas had a larger number than any other stste 4,021. Dels atare bad the fewest. BUSTNES3 FKKSOXaLS. PR. 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SKND FOR STATISTICS A WD TRADING OON- tains valnahl table: nmarket dictionary; c-her eooe: rerereno. a-onR: pnaite rrea. to tceim-abl Produc and Stock Kacnaaaa, oaaolldat4 fcifninga bldg., cnicao. rOH RR3T OO TO GARFIELD PARK SANITA. Hum for (real men I of all ehronlo. nervou. and mm. gleal dl e: end for pamphlet. 124 Wsrren . PRINTINO HHKAD UABaCUi, I., SI. CAPH win order. KAWUNUa uruu an, mat m. TOR Sa.LK-REL ESTATE. ( Bia. NOW IS THS TIMB TO nt-'T A HOME ATA prtce within your reacn. t can ult von on brio and term. Portland ar.. near Kd at .t tiTa HI. Lawrence av., near 70th st X.M JMh t.. near tVentera av I.i Cheltenham cottage l." West Pullman nouae l.Mt J. A. VAHTT. 17. in La Halle rt Callfarala Frale Laada. ARE TOU WORN OUT WITH BC8INE8ST Ar the killing aimer wind too sever for you T A re yon ready for an Ideal Home, In an Ideal Climate, wttlt an Ideal IncnT Nalur, if given a chance, will provide abundantly: A amall Orange. Lemon. Olive, or . Nut Orchard at Fair Oak a. cat.. will glv yon tit beat yearly - - alary you ever had and absolutely no reeponalblllty. To II v near th ehadow of Ihoa snowcapped movntalns, beneath the eternal summer ektea. breathing perpetually tbe aroma of lh ora nee blossoms. roar, and th mountain pine; ta drained beyond all oueslloa to leagtaea th human lit from ten to twenty year. Bend i cent to cover poet as and we will send you a beautiful book tellinc all about home making In the 81'NSET LAND. Addree KAItM. FIKl.U. ANDFlHEttlUE. Tli Madison at.. - Chlcaco. 111. " TO RENT HOUSES. Kartk. Side. - TO TtlTVT CHEAP. 11-ROOM. FIXE BASE ment brick house, 71 S Knllerton av., near Lincoln Pa rk: very dealrable. BAKKtK. s La Halle. Mlaeellaaeaas. TO RENT HOUSES AT., OVER THE CTTT. call or send for printed lict. laaued waekiy. U. O. STONE a CO.. 2a la Bail t. TO RENT TULTa Kartsi Side. TO RENT FOUR AND SIX ROOM FLATS, 12 Haclna and liX vt etoter a va. ; sa and upwara. ALBERT WIKNER. (S ttearbarn St. TO RENT STORES AMP OrrXCES- atai Side. TO RENT . V a--' ' " ' IN TBE INTER OCEAN BCILDINCL - one larqe' orncs, . ONE BMaIlLKR ROOM. GOOD LIGHT. ALL THE CONVENIENCES. ' : APPLY TO THE AGENT. ROOM US. THE INTER OCEAN BUILDINO." Northwest earner Madieon and Daarnora st. TO RENT ROOMS. Advertising ander thte bead. ISC par 11 each Insertion : 1 line one we, dally and Sunday, (1. I lines one week, dally and Sunday. tl.2; 4 lines on week, dally aad Sunday. S1.S. Thla Include a haadaom nickel "Rmi te Rest ataw. N art fa Slda. TO RFNT ELEOANTLT FCRNISHED PAR-lor and ak-ov: a-parat entrano; noaackeeplog a llowed. 47 N. Clark st. a PELAWARB PL. tT FLAT.. NEAR STATE. NIc furnlshad room for on or two gentlemen; prlvaf family. TO RENT-17 K. HURON ST. rE8IRAHLE econd floor; reference, tarve room: modern TO RENT 4 WISCONSIN ST.; FURNISHED room; outh front: heat-d. . A N I CELT FURNISHED FRONT ROOM: RE A aonab:. 471 Fullerloa av. Saafa Slda.' TO RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. It-t PER week: lady or aentleman; cloe lo cars. C24J Bangamon St.. Enalewood. top flat. TO RENT NICELT FURNISHED ROOMS; furnao heat, wltb private bath; board tf oeatred. 2r Houth Park. TO RENT FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS; steam beat, and conveniences; reasonable. 17 E. th at., flat K. til WABASH A V.. FIRST FLOOR. RIGHT band bell Rooma to rent; board If desired ; call all week. TO RENT VERT DESIRABLE FURNISHED room: alo for light houaekeeolng. U Od St. Went Side. - TO RENT IT ASHLAND BLVD.. FLAT Tt.. elegantly furnished prior. overlooking park; steam heat; pear elevated; TO RENT VERT PLEASANT FRONT SUITE. and room with board. 142 v arren a. TTNANCIAL. MONEY AT ( PER CENT ALSO I AND 4 PER cent money on term to b arrsnged: will consider application from Etanaton to South Chl-caco: will grant privlleae of prepayment In sums not less than (jOs; building loans a specialty. U. O. STONE CO.. 2o La Hall st. WE LOAN MONET TO HO.vrtT KMPI-OTF" holding good positions with flrst-clsss Arm In sums not lea than (j. without security of any kind: bankable rale: eaav payment: poaltlve con. Sdenc. Merchant' Credit Co.. TO Unity bldg. CREENKBAUM SONS BANKERS fa and Dearborn st, LOANS MADE ON CHICAGO REAL ESTATE AT LOWEST RATES. REAL IT STATE LOANS. HAVE Sii.OO REAOY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED Chicago rea: estate (not suburban): loweat rate. fc.. 4. rncaifi'i m . r. , 140 tfiroorn rx. MONEY TO LOAN ON CHICAGO AND EVANS-ton real estate: building loans made. RICK A CREltJHTON. II Dearborn st. ' - FOR SALE SECOND-HAND BANK SAFES. Call at 207 Wabaah av., or writ for particulate. FOR RALE SECOND-HAND SAFES BOUOMT and eold. Th Baker Safe Co.. 4 Dearborn at. "WINTER RESORTS. WANTED ALL PERSON CONTKMPLAT1NO going South thla winter to writ to E. M. Mailette. Thomasvlll. On., for handaome book and other literature on "Thomarrllle. lb Grant Winter Re ort Among th Pine.' TO EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE WISH TO MAKE A TRADE deal In exchange; gaa and lamp flzturee or electric work for a couple of suits of clothe. Addre I 12, Th Inter Ocen. ONCE HT A KIN 9. POSTLKWAIT J10 OGDEN A V. : HIGH-CLASS undertaking; all division of th city and suburoa. Telephone Weat 205. PHTSICIAN& 'c-. DR. LINCOLN. TBS 8TATE ST. SPECIALIST IN aiaes or men: advloa Cra b snau or ia awrsoo; ears gHA .ntsoaV , 1 e?TPjtvT?0A Tradea. tTTTT S TTftV XC A XTT IT T BV TTRST-CLASS painter and naper-hanree. In store or office build-in; will take merchaadla tor part pay. Add as . si. xna inter ocean. SITUATION WANTED BY LICENSED ENG1-neer and leotrtclan: can do hla own repairing: lao janitor if wanted; good reference. J U, Tha Inter Ocean. . Bakkeesrs and Clerfca. STTDATION WANTED AS CLERK IN GE7(. eral onHc of a ara Insurance company by n large esperienc. K 21. Ths Inter Ocean. SITUATION WANTED-BY TOCNO MAN IN omc as clerk or aaaialaat bookkeeper. Add aa E M. Th Inter Ocean. SITUATION WANTED AS BOOKKEEPER OR a latent, with undertaker. Add a t ei. Tha Inter Ocean. - . Iteaagraphera "TTfJATTON WANTED-BY A YOUNO MAN", atenographer and- ealigraph operator: one year with lat employer. A ddreas E T2. The Inter Ocean. SITUATION WANTED AN ABLE AND COM-petent stenua-rapher want poailioa; r rno. Addres E O. The inter Ocean. Snleasnea. SITTJATION WANTED BY YOUNO hf AN OF U. going 10 California, to repre nt mm good buai-na a salesman or otherwise: bet of reference and security If necessary. Address Lock Box (, La Oranae. Ind. Malriaa. SITTTATION WA NTKD ItA RVTONE W" H ' helj prominent church poaltlons In New York snd elsewhere will accept flrat-claaa church position. Adure R 22. The Inter Ocean. - St lneel la sesss, riTCATION WANTED AS ATTORNEY FOR corporation by attorney of yea ra' Chtcaco practice ; terms moderate If tlm not all occupied; cx-t s llent reference. V tf7. The Inter Ores n. SITUATION WANTEDAS TEA' "HER BY A youna man eaperlenced Latin. Greek. Ensllah. and French: prtate tutor; hlcbeat refeeance. V . The later O-ean. . - SITUATION WANTED BT A SINGLE MAN. German, a Sou men In private family; newt of city references; year at one place. Y tl. Th Inter Ocean. . SITUATION WANTED TOUNO MAN. BE-tnrned from enantry thraahlna crew, want work: hwrae or eeoeral arw-k; good isfsrsafa. V 2S. Th Inter Ore n. SITUATION WANTED BY MARRirn cooe.le. man t-T coach ma a. wife for seneril w-i . work; fi ret c laaa reference, Addree E 4. The Inter Oreaa. SITfATION WAKTED-ST unnr,.rrr AwierVvin a Tar a a, aian. garAenee. etc " tone e-nerience: Mrat-class city reference. E a. The inter Ocean aiTI'ATION WANTED WILL GIVE V FOR ti eltnatlon. or (S 'or til one; store. etSce. or timekeeper: good reference. J (S. Th later Ocean. SITUATION WANTED S TUTOR T AN EX- He need nenfe r In fatln. Greek. Pnaltsh. and French: highest reference. V 3. The Inter Ocean. SITUATION WANTED GARDENER HOUSK man, etc J lneie; America: lr experience) hla-h-elaas eltyreferencee- Y2. Th Inter Ocean. SI TU A TION W A NT ET BY COM pp F.V1 MAN and wife: f-e eeaehman -d general Houaew-kt po eltv reference. F at. Th Inter Ocean. RITUATION WANTED WTT.LIVO YOUN.J roan want a work of an- kind. W. BODY, tut We ley ar.. Oak Park. 111. WANTErV POSITION WITH REAL ESTATE Arm. In rent In or branch office. Add rea E Ta, Th Tnter Ocean. BTTUATION WANTED FEMALJt HHkers. SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKFErKR br American wMo In widower's ama II family: m otillsed In oult store for winter: no trlfler need spt'lv. Apply al store. TTMI Pvttaae Grove av. SITU 4.TION WANTED BT WIDOW IN BE-anectl!e. elderly widower family: American. Protestant: city or country. Addrea M 10. The Inter ocean. SITUATION WANTED AS HOl'SEKEEPER bvV-eflned widow, wllb ome men: !n amall fam-I'y: ware not ronetriered. V f Trie Inter i ee-i. SITUATION WANTED PT EXPERIENCED mMdle-aaed lady, a ho-asekeeper: thoroughly competent : ref erencen. J 41. The Inter Ocean. . SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER t,v German widow wlia little girl. MINNIE l-OHMKE. a Kedsle a v.. VI flat, front. Mlseellsaeeas. SITt'ATTON WANTED BT WIDOW. AS COM-ranlon for ared course, or nurae, or houee keeper in amall family, or for widower. Addrea for on week W to. The Inter Ocean. SITUATION WANTED BY TOUNO LADY AS companion or maid: reference furnished. Ad dree V (1. Ths Inter Ocean. HELP WANTED MALE. alesstea. " WANTED OOOD SALESMEN TO KNOW that they sran make good say selling grocer lea la country towns to fsrmers; w ar headquarters for ear ld men and other large buver: writ tor terms. LOVERIN BROWN CO.. Whole! Grocer, Chicago. WANTED SALESMAN SMART, 1NTELLI-a-ent. energetic, to call on doctors only outsld Ccok Co.. to repre eent beat known firm In th trade: noalfton permanent; good Income; beat ref. re nee required. Address IL. P. O. box IMS, Philadelphia. Mtseellaaeawa. WANTED AGENTS: PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF GENERAL NELSON A. MILEd. em-bractna the story of hla famou Indian rampaiana. Superidy llluatrated by Rerotnrton. the prince of American artist. pare, aa original ngrev-Ing. Liberal term. Exclualv territory. . Just tne nooa ror nnunay aie. a no rea TI1E WERNER CO.. 1 Adams St.. Chlcsgo. WANTED-MAN ABLE TO GO SOUTH AND manage branch oflVce buralne for regular manufacturing company and Invest ome caeh capital in merchandise to be carried at hla headquarters. Applicant Siva buaines experience, amount of money he rsn Invest, and references. 1 salary and percentage of sale. E W. Th Inter I Waa . A CHRISTIAN MAN OF REFINED EDUCA-tlon and good church standing ran nrn make ll.Orl taking order for th "Light of the World, or Our Saviour In Art." for Chriatma present. Nearlr 2a auperb engravtngs from th great paintings of Chrlet. Addre P. H. XONET. Manager. a Waahlngton at.. R. SS. WANTED WORKING FAMILY OF OAROEN-era : rare chance; good renter : wltb mean tn buy team, tool, etc.. to carry on choice farm d)oln-ln city: can uae experienced man and wife by year. Addre . with reference, verr fully. MUX. SARA A. MCREADT. Madison. Lake County. South Dakota. WANTED MEN TO LEA"N BARBER TRADE; this la a new p!n of learhina: oniv ela-ht weeks requlie.1; tool given graduates: two year saved In apprenticeshln. Muefr Barber School. 28 b. Clark at. Send for catalogue. WANTED PERSONS TO LEARN TELE. Paphmg; raving altnation when competent. NION ELaXTTRIC TELEGRAPH COMPANY. SO uearnorn at. b. h. p a TT ENpi-aldent. PATENTS WRITE JOHN WEDDERBURN a CO.. patent attorney. Washington. D. C-. for their fl na prise ntTered to Inventors. SELF W NTaTD FEMALE. Mlarellaseess. A CHRISTIAN WOMAN OF REFINED EDUCA-tlon and good church atandlna? ran aunn make ti a taking order for th "Light of th World, or Our Saviour In Art. for Chrtatmaa present. Nearly 2 auperb engraving from the great painting of Christ. Addree P. IL COO.NKT. Manaaer. 4 W ashington. St., R. (S. WANTED PERSONS TO LEARN TELE- Traphing; paying sltnatlona when competent, nlon E:ecttic Tr'egrsph Company. 40 Dearborn t. E. 8. PATTEN. President. WANTED-ANT LADY CAN LEARN THE BAR. per trad in two months by our new system: situation secured. Moire's Barber School, 2SJ 8. Clark st. Send for rstslogu. WAjrTXD-AQTNT.t Advertisement under thla heading. U eeuta par line of svn words. WANTED ON GUARANTEED CASH SALARY. Caavaaatng agent, having practical, successful experience la aelling book by suberrlpM.n: con-d it Ion of aaaured salary and noaai bill tie of very la re Incoma 00 ths moat auccesaful book laaued since orsnt s Memoir. Address ststlng experience, nsme. and n in her of book aold. salary expected, eta. Guarantee Puhliahtng Co.. B. W. cor. Oily and Second treet, St. Louia. WANTEO AGENTS: PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF GENERAL KELSON A. MILK, embracing tbe story of hi famou Indian campaign. Superbly Illustrated by Remington, the prince of American artist, au page. 2a original engravings. Liberal terms. Exclualv territory. Just the door ror notuiay aaiea. anau THE WERNER to, 1 Adam t.. Chicago. WANTED-UPT AOENTS TO SELL OUR 8U- nern line of ho.lday book, eaperial.y adapted for the city and suburban trade: libera, commission paid. INTERNATIONAL PUPLISHINO CO.. t(t a -.--a. a3ean a, a ji g. s as 1 puitu k WANTED SUBSCRIPTION BOOK SOLICITOR outside city, by old established and r!labl firm, on new plan of work; excellent chance for advancement, with good pay : at ate age and experience. Add a M (i. The Inter Ocean. WANTED AGENTS IN EVERT TOWN IN THE trniied Ktatee lo sell Th Inter Oc-an. For term and partlcuiars writs ta "CIRCULATOR." Xna Inter Ocean. Chicago. WANTltD PARTNERS. WANTED PARTNER WITH $S. CASH. IN light manufacturing enteron: new oroe: lara profits; stsul artlcl; bualnwa la good ahape. Addree l J, xn inter tH-ean. HORSES. CARKIA.G13. ETC GREAT AUCTION SALE OF HORSES F. J. BERRY A CO.. Union Stock Ta-ds. are now running In full blast: auction every Tueaday and Saturday at a. m. ; private a.) every day in the week; the largest commission dealers la th world, sailing yearly over ti.0u borae. W also se!l all kinds of buggies, hsrness. wsgtma. and ail kind of second-hand vehicles. Bring 00 your stock and enter It th day before sal. Alaograal comOlnalloa breeders saj. February.' May. atwl jNOvemoer. HENNET BUOOT COMPANY. Pin trap, aurrey. and buggies. 277-27 Wabash av. HORSES WINTERED. GRAINED: SI. WEEK. i Telepiioaa. Maia LISA. UQDi. M W aahlngton. WELL. IT 19 ALL OVER. NOW WE WTLL aettle down to baalnewa one more and e If w eaanot interest you ta something In the piano line. W hear that mi of our competitor ha re retard their price a I no lectio, Thl w hva NOT T-ONE: aomethlng w a NOT OOiNO to do. EfTET A CAMP prices will be the same old WAT DOWN. HARD-PAN prices they hsva always been. It U an establlahed fact that yon can get more for your money and easier terms here than wltb any other piano bc.ua In Chicago. W can sell yru good second-hand square piano from J tn tie; good second-hand uprlghta front tl to tli; ne-w pianos from $& up: fully guaranteed. Mandolin and electric attachment. Tuning, ra-r-alrlng. moving at loweat rate. Rent, aquarr a, (2 ta (2; uprlghta, (4. Si. M. (7; allowed If pur-rhaaed. Oire as a call and you will not have to look further for anything In the r-lano or organ line, EflTKY A CAMP, in Stat at.. . M. H Jackaon L STET VW AT. A. B. C-MJ",- , VOsK at SONS. STERLING. as HUNTINGTON PLNOS are sold only at , STEINWAT HALL. IT Vsa Burea st, LYON. POTTER A CO.. Weatara Repra n ts 1 1 v. ame4.e and pr'ghta at low prioes. Souar. gs apward. LYON. PrvTTFR CO . IT Vsn B an St.. netweew Mtehlran anm waraan a v. AnAVdntUr MANUFACTURER OF HfGH-ORAHE PtANO.. aneurnavsed in ton, touch, workmanship, and duraht'ity : new"dtgn of case In a!l th natural fanev w.-xxla: pvlcea d term very reasonable; ahao ute warrantv given New piano t rent; on year'a rent alTowed If purchased: piano tuned, reralre d. stored. ajd exchanged. Paleeroem open eventnr Fatab-llabed In CMraeo IHTV. ' ADAMSCHAAF. 27 West Madison St.. comer Morgan. HAtXET a DAVIS PIANMI HAVE BEEN RrV-namtsed lender for over half a century: they have never been excelled: I Key ar now better than ever before therefore rheaner. Sold by th mV-er at factorr price- See our ee-nt stock. W alen hav hargaina. Uprtrht from s no: eouare a front f It ud: . orsan. Faev term if lr .1. efSI.I.FT DAVI CO.. t Wahaah nr.. cor. Jackson et. GREAT BARGAINS T-TA8B BROS. PIANO STORE B cnrtg-Bt pianos, only a'la-htly nssd. tlM to 1171 nd nwrd. 4 mfet every make and fulle raerantd. Ca 1 , t rt e eaymewta le. the ritr. CH" HRO8 ' PIANO CO.. Cor. Wabaah ar. and Conn st- f Op nol f AaMltorlam ' JUST RECEIVED A BANKRUPT STOCK OP Waahtmrn mandollna and a-uliar: alan. Bhmaa tnandoiina only M; nil good guaranteed. M Went Madiaon at- TO RENT FINE ITR1HH T Pt A NO AT (4 PER aaonth one year eeet n11nwed on rnechaae. TffE IflWV Ctt t'Rru rv . Sn Whah ae. ETJ?INES CHANCES. aVe tou "Wt-vti vg t-R n.-mn. live com- maeatoa men ? W would be pleaaed to exchanae our list of name with sny re'lsb'e bnalnea bouse. Addrrsa Th Znrf Oil Co.. Cleveland. Ohio. THE EXCLUSIVE OWNERSHIP OF COOX mime in a business worth snnatatTr from tt.- to V" oiM: terms reasoaab:. Address M A Th inter Ocean. CASH FOR ENTIRE "TOOK OP SHOES Oft other m ercMandten. Addrea MERCHANDlvL Pl'UCHASIN'll CO.. 122 Market t. . - . , WOMKTTS rTOSPTAtA POtTkEM NATHAN. GRADUATE OF THE Royal Unlveralty. Vienna 27 year' esrerienc In all ladles cnmps!nts: they can place th at. most cona.lence la her: very ucceaful la thecuie of ladle wh are chll.lleea: guarantee every case; a'o cure all Irregularities; no Instrument us. d. with entirely new method: ha atrictly iMrivai horn for ladles during connnement. with beat of rare: Infanta adopt rd t her privt realdetH.. 43 Jackaon bird., near Og.len sr.; tbl aanltanum la highly recommeo.led la the United olstrs' health report: ad-ice free. Tel. Weat 20. PR. ROSE a M'FAI.L. 41 W. MONROE ST. Private bom for women before and during eon-Aneruent: beet medical enre and careful num.;; dtaease of women and children urceaarully traat-ed. Many year of sucocasful experience. DR. HORTA FAUSTMAN S WELIJt ST.: fa years' practice : comfi rtable. private home: never -falling treatment of monthly Irreeulant lea br mv entirely new Indian metLud; aucuesa gaaran teed. DR. IPA VON SCHULTTt. 14 WELLS ST. NKV-er-falllng treatment of monthly Irreguiaritte by my entirely new Indlaa method: ureea yaarea. teed: 22 years' practice: comfortable private home. DR. LOUR H AG ENOW R EG IT LA R PHTal-rian. 104 Wells St.: treatment of monthly Irregd-larittea be never-falling method: 22 ves ra exterl-enca in Chsrlte Hospital. Berlin; private home, MRS. PR- RASMUSSEN. 407 WELLS ST.. COR-ner North nr. All female complaints success folly t rea t ed : ladle taken before and during confinement. Ofne. 142 N. Clark st . corner Ontario. JIEDICAL. r7lCwTCRROLL.LDEST ESTABLISHED aad only expert pcialiat In city treating special and private nervous disease,, lost rigor, et?. : advice free: med. il. Call or write. Hi Stste st. Dk WILDMAN'S PRACTICAL. EX PERI meed, and acientlAe treatment cure all form -tf ehronlo ratarrn, akia and nervona diseases, epeea-llyanj permanently. OfTice. 224 State at. PR. EMMA HELLWIG GRADUATE PSDI-clan. Berlin sad Part: Jit Wells at.; Irreaularitle by tpprtior proce of treatment: privets boat. PR. STEWARD. LADIES PHYSICIAN: M years. 22 K. Clark St.. room 1. to T. EI CYCLES SOUDAN. NILE. AND PYRAMID BICYCLES: s'.ao speclsl wheels at bottom price, MASON A MA PON' CO.. Manfr.. M7 W. Madison St. SECOND-HAND WHEELS FINE LINE CHEAP at EXCELSIOR SUPrLT CO.. 27(-r( Wabaah av. DATTON BICYCLE SALES PARLORS. MOST elegant In cltv. 24 Wahash av.. lat and 2d floor. COWS. DOGS, BIRDS. ETC f ARtOTsCALLKIT ES; other fancy bird, goldnab, and aquaria: rldlcu-lculy low prices. A. A P. Bird Co.. 17 Msdlaon. PARROTS. MOCKINGBIRDS. CANARIES: Is rg variety: loweat prices. KAEMPPLR. 2lt SEWTN3 MACHINES. TOU CAN BUT ALL KINDS OF MACH1NL from AKAM. 12 Adam at.. Pullman bldg. : wholesale prlots: new tl-er-plated Singer, (10; htsa arm, (11; New WUaoa. (1. Exainui befora yoa buy. STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES. FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 10 TKETOT mahogany and oak attic partitions and natur a. C E. Thirty-First St. DENTISTRY. MRS. H. E. LAWRENCE, DENTIST.REMOVED to lu Stste at.. rer CiraKi piri. Kcnti a Ca. OCEAN AND LAKE NAVIGATION. AMERICAN LINK . NEW YORK TO SOUTHAMPTON. At II a. m. New York Nov. it Parte Dan. f St. Louis Nov. U New York Iec I aUwteet and mm convenient route to London. PHILADELPHIA TO Ql'EENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Indiana.. ...... ...Nov. rt Rhmlnd.......Xev. 22 WINTER CRUISE. TO BERMUDA. WEST INDIES. MEXICO. By the American IJne S. 8. OHIO from New York Feb. A ia7. for Bermuda. St. Thomas. SL Kltta. Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique. BL Lucia, Barnadoea. Trinidad. Port of Spain. Ia Bre, la Gatrrs t Caracas I. Curacoa. St. Domlnm, Jamaica. itTHtreM, Vera Crua tMextco), Havana. Dura, tloa, day a. Irice o( passage. ITTU and upward. Send fir llluatrated pamphlet. RED 8TAR LINE - NEW YORK TO ANTWERP. . Every Wednesday. Friealand.. ...... Nov. It Wemerntand. ...... .Pec 2 Kenlnston Nov. VSouthwark.. Pec. INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. Tel. IS 3d sin. 142 La Sail t.. Chicago. WHITE STAR LtNF NBW TORK. QL'EENSTOWN, LIVERPOOL Every Wednesday at 12 noon. Una arpa lied for excellence of service. Dlxem-barxlng paaaengers at Pnnce'a landing Stage, Ltrervool. wheaca special train to London in 14 hOU.rM AJrRTTC. ""TETTONTf. GERMANIC" "BRITANNIC. Best aalooa accoen mod a t loa at winter rate. Very superior second cabin acconunodatlona on Majestic" and Teutonic" 8. TENNEY FRENCH. Gen. Western Agent. Tel. Express IS. 244 S. Clsrk St.. Chicago. RAILROAD TIME-TABLES ERIE LINES fCtnCAGO AND ERIK RAIL, roadj Ticket ornces, 22 Clark aL. Auditorium hotel, and Dearborn elation. Polk au, center Vourth av. - Dally, t Except Sanday. Ieava. - Arrive. Marion Local ..... ..t7 am it 41 pm New York and Boston -6 pm - 00 pm North Judson Accommodation.. : pea !: M. York. Colsunbaa, a 24orfotau..-l pa .ilaa CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RY. MAPLE Leaf Route Grsnd Central Station, (th av. and Marrisoaat. Offlc. IK Adaxoa at. 'Phoaa 23SS Mala. Ually. 1 Ex. Sunday. Leav. Ariiv. MlnneapoUa. St. Paul. Pu- ! f I i am tuiro pm tuque. Kn. City. St. Joe. pm M:Mta Is Wolnea, klarahalitown. t 11 :M pot M am Sycam ore aad Byron Local .. 1:14 nan n 2 am CHICAGO AND EASTERN ILLINOIS RAIL-road. Ticket office. 122 Clark au. Auditorium Annex, and passe nrer ataUoa. Darborn and Polk. inuly. tEx. Sunday. Leave. Arrlv. Terr Hut and EvanarUle.... IMin T:44 pre Danville and brsill ...f 1:15 pm t:24 pm Chicago A Kashvtile Limited... (:34 pn t .ii uta Terra Haute and EvanavU:e...U M pm 1M aa BTO FOUR ROUTW-PEPOTS. 1JTH ST. AND Park row. 22d, 2th. Ud. and C2d ta Ticket office, ti Clark t and Auditorium Hotel. Ll!y. tExcept 8undy. Leave. Arrive. Cincinnati and Louiavtll Ex. ..... ) m t:4i not fWaahlngton Express ......1 "O0 pra I rO iru Cincinnati and Louisville Ex....( M (ub iJlui OHlCAaO AND WEST MICHIGAN RT. TO lit and Rapids. Traverse City. Petuekay. . City office. 11 Adam at . Cora'I AgU, 222 Mar. bid-. Station, 12th L. take Front, Leave. . Arrive. Except Sunday, through coaches. 7:2 ara 1:00 pm K ice 1 -4 Sunday, parlor car-. .... (:0 pm t .'4sm Laxly, slecttr..,..,..............il: pot (.U aa RAILROAD TIME-TABLE y m I - uuearj union rxtmner staa h llennsylvania Lines. i TJ Adam Canal ds jdMUaoa 8t Chlea-o Union Paaan'fer StaQ) j Adama Canal dc Marti son Bte. Ticket omcas st Station, at 24 South ClalM street, corner Jackson, and at Aouitariiua Hotel. Through train run aa foliowi Oally. tOaiiy eaoeut Mumlav. r rain cnlcago to Leave. Manalleld aaj Ptltatnrg.....M.f T am Indianapolia and Louiaviiis....10 OS in Dsytuu and Cincinnati. ........ .lS.-OO am Th Keysloo t-l urea. . -II :Ut) sot Columbus and Ui East ..ll oOsra ltallimors and Wahiogton...ll :W am Philadelphia and New xork..ll :09 m Msnsiield and Pittaburg. ..... 1:00 pm Baltimore and W aoinRton. l:w pm Philadelphia and New York,... t oo pm Th pnnylvania Limited .-- (:ttl pm Plttaburg and Washington. (: pm Philadelphia and New York... l: pra Indiaaapuli aad Loulsvlil..... (:t) pra Dayton and Cincinnati ..... t:tl pm Colutnbu and lh East....... t.u pm Youngatown and Nea caatle... . 1 1 : pm Pittsburg aad tha Kant Ll-v pm Arrlv. t 04 ant S:0 pa 4 00 t ra 4 hi pm 4:M pra 4 b pas 4:1 pm 00 pra S 00 ora 4 A0 pns ou ara DO am :00 am 7:1 an T-.lt am 7:1 am :ta pra .e pta CHICAGO A NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY Ticket office. 2u Clark st, Tphona. Exprea 721). Dakiey ay., and depot, cor. Wii and Kinsi aca. r rom Chicago to Leave. . Arrov. Omaha. C Biuffa. Sioux City, i 20 ara fait Lake. Bam Frandaco, (: pra T 44 ara Denver, Portiaad. D.Molnea f "1 so pm :1 am Black Hills and Dead wood 10 : pra "T.-si am Starling, Clinton, Cedar Rap ti2: pra 12:14 pm bt- Paul. MlnneapoUa, lnuutb.. C:W pra M ana St. Paul Mlnneapolia. Mad s, I t :1S am c VQ ara. , x-ifw. ......... t -w:ia pm -: pra tlnona. La Crow. Madioa...t (:1 an 14 lipm a ; Jf- -". neat- I T :oq tt U pra , ern Minnesota.. Jew and 1 1 W.,r . c -iy:i pra :1 am Fond du Lae. OahkoahL' nah. Applet on. Green I 2 :0 pra c:20 a . N- I til J ara 4:14 p Bay., t 1:00 pra tl lip lnM....ltlpa 14 00 p pra pra oreen liay and Menominee 1 lw pm 14:00 pra ara c7:24au tiuriey, ILessemer. If 2 0 IrtnW(Md mnA Rklii.1... lac tA pra soara oshkoab. U. R. Manomlne. t a 100 ara 1: oca asaruueita, ana te BUpetiur f '10 :M pra lain Itockford and Freeport Lv. 17:2w a. va... I M a. m - I"-. 14:2 p. m.. e4 J8 p. m., Ill: p. aa. Rocklord Lv. tJ a. m.. tl.Ua. m 14:20 p. m. . llwuke-j L. tJ a. m.. e4 a. m. 17 a. m. -1T1 - n-, 111 a. m.. 12 B. m 1 p. m p. nu. p. m- "W W P. m. 'Dally. tKx.Bun. eSunday. cv Moa. Slut. Sat. apaily to Maoanlnea. ILLINOIS CENTRAL ALL THROUGH ' . train from Central Station. Irth and Parle row-Tralns for ths South can also b takca frooa Md. 2th at.. Hyde l"atk. and Ud al. atatlocs, Ttek-' city omca. as A da ma au. aad al Auuttortum Wot el. Through Trains Leava. Arrtv. 12 :2 pns New Or Wan a a Memphis Lira. 1 :29 pat Montlceli, '. '"v1"- ano Lecaiar 1. 2 nm 11 pa BL u L'laroond noeclal... 00 nm X, aa t Oo pen irO pm t T o pra l .li am 11:U am 111 24 am T am M.-taam am I M am l:2 am t 1:1 pm tr Loula rvlletit Rneclel 10 : am ei a ttpringrieid and Dvcaiur ... iy Llm7 in" .-. r s.jo am Sprtngnrid and Decatur ...... .00 pm New Orleans Fst Mull 2:i0 am Iiloomlngtoa and Chtlworth..f 2:20 pra Chicago aad New Orteana Ex, 110 pm Oilman and Kankakee t!l pra Rochford. Dubuque, hioua City, - and bloux Kalla Kaat Line... 24 pm Rorkrd. Dub'q'e. Sioux Cltyall :Xi pm Itockford Pasenger..,....M.e 1 04 pm J lock ford and Dubuque Ex..t (:20 pra toe k ford and Kreeport t"i....f 1 .40 am LHibuau and Itockford Ex t T-2 am aOn S-vtordsy sight runs to Dubuque oaiy, - aeaur. I um.tij eacarcH aswuf, CHICAGO. BOCK ISLAND AND PAC RT Paaaengar Station, Vaa Bore n. near Clark at City tlcaat oalce, cor. Adams and Dearborn ata. Imm AptIm. r ant stall ts oe glomes 1 irt am f tnaha. ill., and Iowa Mail.... :u9 am Pturie. La SaJe, aad Jouet... am Joliet Expre ...........11 :4S am Jcliet Accommodation ... 4 05 pm St. Paul. Mpi. a Sioux Fall. 4:11 pm Ptriia. La Salle, aad Jollet. 4:11 pm Pa.ru Aceomiuodation ....f (K- pm Omaha and C Biuffa Flyer l;4i pm 1 20 pra a 1 .sa 7 2 pm 1:41 pm 1 14 ant 11 am 1 1 o a ra 1 (:& am id pra . 1 v r . au J, aeraveaw ta Colorado, and Texas Ex Big Klvs to Oenver. C Knr. ' 1:C pm : ata PnebioL Omaha, a Lincoln..! nm :! am I 7:1 ara Omaha. St, Paul, and Colo.. ...214:10 pm I ' nntu, ia pane, a n. island. .-11 :M pm I I :lt ara -Peoria. La Salle, A R. Island. .11 .30 pra f 1 10 am Kansas City and Texas Ex....!U:M pra I 1:1 am . I -ally. 4EX. Sun. lEx. Eat- IKx. Mon, J SI on. only. - Fsst Flyer for Omaha dally at 14J p. m. Con-nects at Mo. River with U. P. Flyer next mornlag. TIUTt LTNOTON ROUTE. C. B. A Q. RAILROAD I Berths snd tickets at No. 211 Clark ac and, Union Pass riser Station. Canal and Adam ata. Trains Leave. Arrive. Local to Oetesbnrg, TT1 1 sat t 14 pea Ottawa. St rea tor. A La Ra'.'.el (:20 am f I llpn Reche'.Ie Rockford. Forrestoa.t t:S am 11 am Local points In III. snd Iowa..H J-1 am t: pm Ga'.esburg and Qulncy ..11:10 am 2:4 pm C in ton. Mollne. R-ck Island. ."Il :S ara t 2-e pm Fort Madiaon and Keokuk. ..-11 4 am 21 am Ottawa and 6lreator...........t 4:N pm 1W:2S ara Sterling. Roche:!, Rock for J., t 4 SO pm W li im Kan. Cltv. St. Jo. Leaveaworth (: pm :21 am Fort Worth. Dallas. Hooston. 1 SO pm t:2S am Omaha. C BluTa. Nebraska.. I S pa ( 20 am St. I'aul and Minneapnll . am 25 am MR. iTy.it-jo, La masnnif: pm -u ara Omaha. Keokuk. Qulncy 1 30 pm Ti am Denver. Cripple Creek. Co".o..l: pm l:2a Salt Laka Ogden. California. .1:S pm ( am peadwood. H'H Sprlnga. 8. D.-l: pra (:M am St Paul and Mlnneapolia..... .211:2 pm tl:2i pm Daily. tDaily aa. Sunday. (Daiiy ex. Saturday. CHICAGO. MILWACKEE A ST. P ATTL RT. Ticket otTice. Adama at. Tet. 210 Main, t'nloa Pamenger Station. Canal. Adam and Madiaon ata. Leave, Arrive. (30 r4f pm Milwaukee- 1 30 am til 30 am Milwaukee. Malison A Weat.rll :S0 ara Cedar Rapida. Kan. City. Du-.f t-4 pm Green Bay., t 1:04 pm Milwaukee-Madison... 1 I 00 pm Mllwaukee-Portag.... . 1 !:) pm Mil wauke...... .... ..... I 00 pa Milwaukee f (:4 pm Omaha, C ttlufts. Sioux City.. :0 pm N. Iowa. 8. Minn.. Dakna.....t 00 pra Milwaukee. St. Paul. 11 pla. ...... 4 50 pm G. Bay and Mich. Peninsula. ..:15 pm Madiaon. P. deOilen A Wat..tl0:ll pm Milwaukee, SL Paul. Mpta...T:lS pra Cedar Rapids. Kan. City. 210: 2T. pm N. Iowa. 8. Minn.. Dakota.. 110:2S pra 1:41 pm ir41 pra :4S pm (:1( pm 1:1 pm 1:41 pm sn pnt tl:j am ' Via ara f: am a t o m l am a T:ii am sill am Omaha. C. Bluff. Sioux City. .11 1 pra a 7:11 as Dally. tEx. Sun. (Ex. Bat. a Ex. Moa. ISun. only. "Tli Magmra Falls BcmU." : N T. C A H. R. and B. Au A. R- R-'e Ticket of- . ..a Aame a ,BS BlaFlnn. 1 2t K t aaa SmriC row. 221 at.. Hyd Park, and Od st. . . Sept. 20. IRS. Lesv. Arrtva. Mall and Expre t:ara 1 li pra New Tork aad Boetoa SpecLL.16:M am t:4 om North Shore Limited... 4 10 pm r at aasiern r. preas ........... stv, e K a.amaaoo Aecomroodatioa...t 4:11 pm vil:i am Detroit Night Express. ... 1:40 pm (.30 am Atlantic Express .tl : pm l: tn Saginaw Bar Cttv Sieaparw.lll: pm f (:M am Grand Rapid Sleeper 'UrJ pra l:Mia Grand Rapid train via C. A W. M. Ry. leava 17 : a- m., ti p. m. : arrive 11 P- m-. t:S n. m. rally. tEx. Sunday. (Ex. Saturday. tEx. Monday. f-irs-Ciin-jaf 5 Michigan -mrv-wU'--Vhw 50 OUTHERN KY. N. Y. C A H- R- and BAA. Rys. Depot. Vaa Burca aL. an block aouth of board at trade, aad 22.1 at. City ticket omca. 1M Clark at. . Daily. TKx. siiaaty.. t iv. - arrive. Pay Ex ens .1 t ra am l imited Vast Mall .. I N am J m :2 am N. x. and Basioa sp4Ciu......i :n an - s ew pra Eastern Kxprtss ,.... 1: pm OO pm 1-ikhart Accommodalioa.. 11 am New York Central Lt d . . .. . New Tork and Hosvoa Ex... Special Mali .. .... : pm ,. I 46 pm 7 am .. 2:41 am 11: pm CHICAGO AND ALTON TJNTON PAS.ENOErt station Canal atreet. between Madtata and Adam atreet. nrxet omca. na aoaraa atreet. Ltaily. IDalty ex. Sunday. Leava, Amra. Pacific Expre aa t i 20 pm t ed pm Ksaa City, Davar A Cal... pm H am Kan. City. Colorado, A Utah..Tl M pm ( a am Springfield A St, Louia Local. 10 am .Kara Su Louis Limited ."11 00 am . 4M pm St, Louia Palace Expre ....... (re pm 7:1 am fu Louia Midnight npeclal.....! :2 pm (.a am Peoria Limited. ,.1U 00 am I Ksa Peoria Fast Msll IM pm M:U m Peoria Night Espres ll:Mpm U am Joliet a4 U Wight Aecam'tloa. i:wl pm lM am VIQCONSIN CENTRAL-. City oflK-e. 2U4 Clark st. Dm t, Harrison and ath av. Phone Main 4ii. Dlly. tEx. Sua. Suav only. St. Paul, M Inn pott. Fos , Leave. Arrive. River Point. Eaa Clair, llj noara ei am Chippewa Fslla. Ashland. jS:3 pn 18:4i pm Iron Towns. Pacific Coast...! M 0 sra Puluth and Superiors........ 25 pra 1:44 am Wsukraha. Pond du Lao. JtS:s am t 1:10 pra Oshkosh. Neenah 111:23 pm (:fd pm ChlppewaFalla and Eaa Clair. l:Si am 1 4 f 0 pra Waukeaha Loral... ...4 ,-t pm wau W 4. BASH RAILROAD TRAINS LFAVB from Dearborn Station. Polk and Dearborn ata. Ticket (fflm. 7 Adama st,. 221 Micblgs nr. Daily. Excpt Sunday. Dtn, Arrive, St. Loul. Pe ris, A Tea. Itd..ei0:2 am 1:11 pm St. Louis A Kansas City Et.,' I N pm 12 11 pm Bt. Leui A Peuna Vest. Ex. 14 pra T:x am Porrest Accomnradtlloo M. (:u pra :! ara retrolt. N. Fall, a N. T. Ex.. 1-0 pra 1 US am Detroit, nostos. a Can. EX....1: pns 1 44 nm Toronto. Montreal. A Can. Ex. I w pm 2:1 am pm - i : am I am t pm Chlcaso-oetrolt Express,. .....t s :m i MONON SOTTH fTjOtTSVTLLE, NEW' Ate.-banv and Chicago Ry V Depot. Dearborn Station- Ticket office. 22 Clark at. and Auditorium. Trains AH train daily. - Leave. Amva. w-.a r.,i snail for lndlenanolta and Cincinnati 1:4 am Lafayette, indianapolia. CI a- einnatl and Louisville .. I Si" Indianapolis and Cincinnati.. Jl :5 am Lafayette Afcom m-vln 1 1 in . . . .. 2 SO pm Indianapolia sad Cincinnati. I:M pra Lata It and Louisville . 1:4 pra I2.-M a'a a pm I pm 1141 sm J:I an 1:2 au ATCHISON. TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILWAY Trains lesv Perborn Ststlon, Polk snd Peart ra st. Ticket olhce. 111 Clark aL. eornar Adama. 'Daily. IKx. Sun. . Ieav. Arrive. Oaleaburg and Vort Madison... t 7 :.'i sra t 1 5S pra pekin Exp es .t I OO pm ti::2S pm Jollet and Streator ..... 4 pm Ml tm Lemoot. Lockpon. and Jollet,. (:0 pm t 1:42 am Kan. City. Cofo t'tah A Tex. ( pm (:41 sm Kan. Cltv, Csil.. aad Mexlco..l:2j pm : r-m Tne California Limited leavea Wednesdays and Saturdays at ( pra. BALTIMORE A OHIO DEPOT. GRANT CEN-tral Paaearr Station. City ofBc. m Clark aL (N extra faros charged oa B. A O. Imited trains) . . . Trains Leave. Arrive.. Local (-04 am K 4 pm N. T, A Wash. VL Ex 10:li ara :) pin N. Y.. Wash.. Pitts. Vest 1: pra tii sin Pittsburg. Clev.land.Whlltng, ' and Columbu Ex. ............ lal pm Usta Daily. tEx. Sunday. AT KTtI. PTATE TfTE NFW TOTK". CTTI. i eago aad St. Louis IL R. Depot. Llth ax. vu- ' duct, icrner Clark st. . . . , Ially. IDally ex. Sunday. . 'IniTt.' Arrtr. Chicago and CleMand Mall. -fl am T o run New York and Boston Expre...-! :ta pm 9 04 pm JSw Tork and Boston E !... :30 pra T:4ain Por rte and aleeplnr-car accomn-.odatmns ca 11 en ar addrea Henry Thorn. Ticket Agent. Ill Adams ata, Chicago, LO. Telephone Mais Uo.
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