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CIS. H. MITCHELL,
028-30 Unity lluildlng,
70 DEARBORN STREET,
Attorney at Law.
PRACTICES IN ALL
Telephone Main 3675.
Booms 25 and 26, No. 110
When They An and How to Rtach Thim,
Tho most beautiful picnic grounds,
within easy dlstanco of Chicago, fit
ted out with all tho conveniences
necessary to make n day's outing en
Joyablc, are situated on tho Wiscon
sin Central lines, nuiong which aro
Schiller Park,' Clybourn Park, and !
Diamond Lnko Park.
Tho superior facilities afforded by
tho "Central" for handling this busi
ness need no Introduction. Its ad
vantages havo been fully established.
Lodges, clubs, churches, societies,
associations, etc., contemplating an
outing during tho coming summer,
will find it to their Interest, before
making final preparations, to call
upon Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger
and Ticket Agent, Room 212, Grand
Central Passenger Station, corner
-'iTurrlBoh street and Fifth avenue,
who will tako pleasure In furnishing
all information. Committees de
siring to Inspect grounds will bo pro
vided with tho necessary transpor
tation. Half Ratet to Hot 8prlng via tho Wabtuh
Tho Wabash Lino will fell excur
sion tickets from Chicago to Hot
Springs and return at ono fare
(18.75), on tho following dates:
April 7 and 8, good to return until
Muy 0 and 7, good to return until
May lO.and 17, good to return until
Two daily trains from Chicago, with
coaches, reclining chair cars, parlor
cars And compartment sleepers. Hail
road and qlcoplng car tickets to Hot
Springs, ut ticket office, 201 Clark st.
You can obtain a pack of best
quality playing cards by Binding 15
cents In postage to P. S. Eustis,
Sen'IPass. Agt., C, B. & Q. R, It.,
lllrlhplHovH (if I'ronlclfiiN.
MnsenchueiettB lias bocn tho birthplace
of 2 Presidents; Now Unmpshlro, 1; Ver
mont, 1) New York, 2; reimsylvanla, 1;
Virginia, 7; Ohio, 4; Now Jersoy, 1;
North Carolina, it; Kentucky, 1.
TllEHK Is a Swles proverb which says
that "It takes a gooU tunny shovolf uIh of
oarth to covor tho truth."
A oents' furnishing goods depart
ment lias been added to Shayno'9
State street store
i'.irian' Tabules prolong life,
AND CHOKE MFMTEI HOPS
ATJQUBTA PAULINA STf.
On Sunday, May 22, tho Wisconsin
Central Lines will resume Its popular
train service between Chicago, Wau
kesha and the lake region.
Trains will leave the Grand Central
Passenger Station for Lako Villa
(Fox Lako), Anttouh, Mukwonago
and Waukesha at 8:!l0 a. in. Sunday,
arriving at Lako Villa 10:.i:i a. m.,
Antloch 10:40 a. in., Mukwonago
11:40 a. in., and Waukcshu ll:r,0a.
m. ltoturnltig lcao Waukesha 4:45
p. in., Mukwonago 5:0.") p. in., An
tloch 0:18 p. m., Lako Villa 0:30
p. in., urrlvlug at Chicago 8:45 p. m.
For the accommodation of excur
sionists desiring to remain In tho
country over Sunday "Tho Uuslncss
Man's Special" will again be placed
In service. This tialn will leavo
Waukesha at 5::i0 a. m., urrlvlug at
Chicago at 8:50 it. m.
For tickets, tlmc-talilcs, and pam
phlets apply to Geo. K. Thompson,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent, or
to Jus. C. Pond, General Passenger
and Ticket Agent.
tarty Clotlng on Saturday.
Most of tho wholesale and retail
Arms In Chicago havo decided to
closo their stores on Saturday ntl
p. m., commencing May 1, in order
to glvo their clerks a much needed
rest. In connection with this service,
tho Wisconsin Central Lines beg to
nnnounco that, commencing May 1,
excursion tickets will bo placed on
salo to Lai. .j Villa, Fox Lake, An
tloch and Mukwonago. Trains leave
tho Grand Central Passenger Station
at 8 a.' in., :i, 4:2:., 5:47 und 10:45
p. m. Returning trains nrrivo at
Chicago at 7:15, 0:45, 0:50 u. m., 1:55
and 7:45 p. m. Ticket olllce, 205
Clark street, Chicago, 111.
Mi:. Anton Imiiok and Mr. James
Laird havo formed a copartnership
as contractors for Portland cement
paving, sidewalks, cellars, etc., etc.
Mr. Imhof, whoso services in tho City
Council and as Street Commissioner,
etc., gave him great experience, is
well known to tho public. In tho
execution of cement paving Mr. .fumes
Laird has had many years' experi
ence, and is rated as an expert.
Therefore all work Intrusted to (hem
can bo safely guaranteed to bo first
cluss in material and workmanship.
In elegance of equipment, fine fur
niture, and good otllccs, tho Globo
Savings Rank, corner of Dearborn
and Jackson streets, Is uncqunled.
What Is better, tho Globe Savings
bank, corner of Dearborn and Jack
son streets, is unexcelled for solidity,
fair dealing and general good char
acter as a bunk. Moreover, tho offi
cers aro courteous, well known, and
obliging, which makes It ull the
plcasuntcr for depositors.
Afap of tho United Sta'lte.
A largo, handsome map of the
Dnltcd Stnio, mounted and suituhlo
forolllcoor homo use, Is Issued by
tho Burlington route. Copies will be
liven free when it can bo done with
out expense for transmission; or they
will bo mulled to any address on re
:opt of 0 cents In postuge, by P. S.
Eustis, Gen'l Pass. Agent, C, B. &
Q. R. 11., Chicago, 111.
GiiEATEST bargain on earth stock
cuts for newspapers, 10 cents each.
Send for Catalogue. Chicago Photo
Engraving Company, 185 Madison
The only first premium lager
beer le sold by the K. C.
Schmidt Brewing Co. In pack
Rsjes and bottles. Family
trade our specialty. 0 to 35
Crantplaoe, Chicago,!!!. Tele
phone Worth 409.
McIneunev, Dunn & Dwyer's
Madison strcot headquarters Is the
most popular in tho city.
The Brunswick-Balke billiard tables!
re the beat in the world.
Illpans Tannics havo come to stay.
M. I. LHtilUX, Hunger.
Superintendent Calvary and Mt Olivet Cemeteries,
has removed his Offices to Rooms 18 and 19,
95 AND 97 SOUTH CLARK STREET,
Corner "Washington Street,
301 Webster Avenue.
IMHOF & LAIRD,
Sidtwalks, Otllars, Etc.,
In any Design or Color. Rolled Work a Specialty.
ALL "WORK GUARANTEED.
Office 93 East Washington St.. (Room 2). CHTCAflO.
Aek for BESLEY'S
K. 0. SCHMIDT, Ptm.
9 to 35 Grant Place,
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BOTTLING TRADE A SPECIALTY.
M. W. RYAN,
94 Washington Street.
Residence,, 40 Tbroop, Street
Ml to 274 CMU ST., M1CAC0.
Rooms, $1.00 per Day
ElKtrti LltM and Stein Nut li Enry dm.
THIS HOTEL HAS S60 ROOM.
An Melt IfMdMmaly Farnlih mt Aj
Hotel In th Clly.
Office on the ground floor. Two pitmen.
nr Itvntori. A FIHST-CLA8S UEBTAU.
KANT in connection.
GORE k IFMON, frtfirieten.
1041 North Clark Street
ALE and PORTER.
GEO. W. KELUMER, Treu. and Sm.
112 Clark Street.
Room 728 Opera House Building.
Rcsidenco, E6 Fisk Street.
TELEPHONE MATN 4014.
CEMENT PATH, TMin si mmim
50 Clyde St.
Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To.
OFFICE Dl CHICAGO, Onion and Erie Streets.
BOTTLING DEPARTMENT, 29 West Ohio Street
Annual Capacity, 600,000 Barrels.
Now appears the latest and best product of the celebrated
Toseph Schlitz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canada
'Barley Malt and Finest Bohemian Hops.
EDWARD UIHLEIN, Manager, Chicago,
CORNER UNION AND OHIO STREETS. '
W. L 8068IN, Sill iittlir far tkt Trtii, Ghlcap.
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Brewers of Lager Beer,
Foot of 28th St. and Groveland Park Av.,
pm brewing mm.
F rmerly Ph. Bett are;. Co.,
Chicago Office, Cor. Desplaines & Indiana Sts,
We call your attention to our different brands 1
Delivered to any eert ef the
HENRY LEEB. Manager.