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THE CHIOAQO E-A-GHjE.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Murray I'ninpnit.v. wlioU'iul In tin
nu mm: lulu'-, mill w lio w i-iv loi-ntt-tl
oil Watiilolpli tivit for olovfti ,vir-, In
vito o to will nt tliolt1 ni'W iiiiumiiotli
i'tnlilllmuut. O'-'P to 3KJ jioutli I'miiil
When out driving top m the l'.lm
woiul ltuftVt mul I'mully lleort, 17(1
"Oth street. You inn tret the nleet
lillieh with wet trooiW mtaelmietit here
of ntiy ihue on the Smith Side.
All the !M top at 1'reil Muoller's
Summer (ianlen when rhllna on the
South Stile. I'tvil 1 ahvaysi the sinio.
ueiilnl, iollte ntnl eomteoiK to all. lie
Keejw the bit eiitnlle ami tltieit heer
In Olilenso. lKm't forget hi number,
170 BIHIi ftroot.
GREAT NAVAl. TRAGEDY.
Kxiitiitlnti no tin- Mi 1 1 mill Unit Killed
li.'OO Aini-rimti 'lroii. I
l'ro:uUul a I the lo of more than '
J.'iii llvei on the Maine, tlili fatality l
not the wort In the naval annaN of
the I'liltnl State". Ily far the iivalet
U of life from one Atuerleati U'el,
anil irobahly iiiiMirm-iMl In the hl
tory of the worlil, ii when, at the
eloe of the iill nar. the Mlix"liil
t-teainer Sultana blew up her lmllc-i
near Memphis ami htirhil J,0ih I'nlon
heMlefH to ih-ath.
The Sultana wn- a line, lnrse vcel.
IN fci-t loiiu'. which piled between St.
l.oilU and New Orlvnii". i'lie left New
Dileaix niie line April merttlm: In INK! ,
on her return to St. I, mils with a heavy ,
earco. She tom-hoil at Ylekibtirir, on I
her trip up the rlvi-r. and look on board !
eovery o" the nohle river?, the Orinoco
nod the Amazon, uiid tlie eploratloti of
the vnt fore-t west of the Andes.
About the end of the sixteenth eetitnry
an l'uclMi expedition either etit out
by or under the peronal leadership of
l!alelj:h penetrated Into (tttlatia. tin-re
by obialnlii); a elalm on that emtniry
whlih has resulted In the iteitiireiuetit
of the iiioilern ltrlllsh eohmy of that
It hut been supposed that the origin
of IhN fable aroe I rem the yearly eele
bratlon of a tribe of Indian near Co
pita. whoe ehlef was on these occa
sions elided with tiolil dust, but this
ceremony was never witnessed by the
Spaniards, and the story may simply
be another version of the 1.1 Horado
The name 11 liormlo was commonly
uc3 to describe the city or country
Tor tent, awnimts and waterproof
covers io to Murray V Co. IVM-MVA
.South Oanal street. These people are
leader In till Hue of ooil.
The best livery men and business
men who own their own stable patron
l.o Murray - Co., ai'DoM South Canal
htreet. for stable and storm blankets,
waterproof cover, adjustable lniu'cy
aprons, mo. Hon't forget their number.
."'.".t-lllU! South Canal street.
nttnlap's famous hats and Hk urn
lirella are the bet in the world.
The best bulne. men In Chicago
Hue teirularly at the North western Ca
tertnir Company on ltnndolph street.
Hiposlto the City Hall. The famou
aehorl and Hohetulan jmlo beer are
kept on draught eoustantly, and all
lover of irooil liwr ay the prod'let
of the creat Northwestern llrewlm:
7otnpany cannot be excelled anywhere
in thl country.
The iltiet and best equipped safety
deposit vault wet of the Alleghany
Mountain are thoo recently built by
K. it. SchtnhU vr Son at WW Clyhourn
uvenue, northwest corner North ave
The telegraph manual Issued by the
Wetern Kleetrle Company will teach
any one the art of telearaphy. To cot
a copy addres Department (1 (5. West
ern I.leetrle Company. 22 South Jef
ferson street, Chicago, and lneloo two
While abroad Mr. Thoma Conley, of
Tanner V Conley, fahlonable tailor,
in the Ilea tier Itlocl. f-eleeted a line a
llneof Imported sood a the old country
could tiroiltiev. Tanner & Conley Invite
one and all to call and inspect their line
of fall stiltlm:, u they are sure to
lleno the mot futhllou.
K. !. Schmidt & Son's creat safety
deposit, vault are the only vault in
OhteniM oiUlpped with the Hanker'
Protective Company's automatic, elec
tric burglar alarm system.
You ean rent boxe In K. (!. Schmidt
& Son's new safety deposit vaults, at
''.im Clyhourn avenue, for $." tier year
Tor nourishment drink the famous
Zacherl beer, brewed by the North
The llallet & Davl Company offer
three free M-'ioliirMilp In the famou
conservatories om of them In Kit
rope, includlm: transportation ami
board tliroimh the year to ambitious
teacher and student of music. Par
ticular. of the contest can be obtain
ed at their otlk-c, 'S'M and -11 Wabash
The Wnrzlmrser and Prima beer,
brewed by the Independent llrowlm:
Association, cannot be excelled In this
country, or any other. Don't forjiet
their number. ."yMJl'J North llahted
.street, Telephono North ill.".
The ltatiki'i'V r.lectrle Protective
Company haveeiiilpiied K. (. Schmhlt
V Son's new safety deposit vaults, at
:vo Clyhourn avenue, with the bet an
tomatle electric btir.'lar alarm system
inadw In thl country.
"Nature smlh-s throush Mtnlx-amV'
Is the trade-mark of the Sunbeam In--aiiderent
Tor dress suit, patronize Tanner A:
kmley, tin- Helper Ith-fk tailors.
fii-t your t.hlrt made nt Tliomns .1.
Cavcy's, Hr.i Dearlmrn street.
Cavev's sioefc of u'l-nts' furnlshinu'
jrosls, W Dearliorn street, N the bust
Tom Ilnwan, the senlnl manasi-r nf
tin- cutom department of Work liroth
its - Company, ihetrreatelotliliiirestah
llshment. at 'i'iS and iilo J'lftli avenue,
In rloslnv out Ids winter stoek, nt un
heard of price, i-efi-rc tlielropenlnu' of
hprlntf trade, fall on Tom and lie will
nell you a suit of clothes, or nn over
com, at such a low flsure that you will
not te able to resist the opportunity of
takinc advantage of Ids very low
prices for the lyst t'oods In Chicago.
THK TUAOIC STKAMKU SULTANA.
C.100 t'nlon soldier, who had lieen irls
oner at Columbia, Llbby, Anderson
villi and other Southern prions, ami
who had either been exehaiiKi'd or freed
by the lllcht of their Jailers. The sol
dlers were from the Wet. and there
were several caos of 100 or so bcloiiK
1m; to one regiment.
Tills was an enormous load for the
Meuiner and she made slow pro:ro
up tho river. The boat coaled at Mem
phis. After takliiK on an unusually
lurj-e siiiily, she left Meinplils at M
o'clock ut nlht. April 'JO, INlTi. She
pulled out of the harlior for the last
time ami started up the river. Hut she
did not go far. Aliout ten mile above
Memphis while nil were asleep, the
vessel exploded. It was 4 o'clock In
the morn I up, April 27, ISO.", that the
Sultana waa wrecked, with a lo of
1,'tOO men, nearly all 1'nloii noldlcr.
One of the Iwller burst, tearing out
one whole side of the hull. The vessel
then listed to one side, while the other,
which had caught lire, burned furiously
as the swift gale fanned the tlaiiie Into
n roaring blaze. It wax a horrible
scene. Twenty-two hundred men were
which was the object of the search, but
a later Usage of the term has been lt
lleniMllve iiimlleatliiii with rei-aril to
any region of more than common rich-
ties. j;i Dorado County, In California,
was tho scene of the famous gold llnd
of Ml), ami since then the expression
ha been used to describe many gold
camps. Pittsburg Commercial tin-yette.
CONSUMPTION OF INTOXICANTS
liitcrcntiiiic Kluure-i on the Drink
llllUuf Four I.cnillni: Nullum-.
The ltrlllsh Hoard or Trade has Jut
published some llgure showing tho
consumption of wine, beer and spirit
In the countries of Ihiropc mid the
United States. The report emphasizes
one fact that In geiieially overlooked
ami that Is that the consumption of the
various Intoxicating beverage is con
trolled, very Inrgely, by climate. Spirit
predominate for drink In the cold coun
tries, beer In the more moderate ami
wines lu the southern sections. Tllui
we see that spirit are used very large
ly lu Scotland, northern Hussia, Swe-
THE PERFECTION OF
AIVI SECURE PERFECT RESULTS
EXPLOSION OP Till: .SULTANA.
What has become of
the proceedings against
the packers who stole
ONE MILLION DOL
LARS' worth of water
from the city? Who did
the packers settle with
at the City Hall that the
matter has been so
W ii .. . .if . ' . il -
A in i i- II"-''
Mai ,i ir s . i . d ' in
aliou' I'io ii- i. I i ' i - i,. ..
l.'lori r a ' t ' ii t - i n
blown Into the air, and fell Into the
water with the shnttered ruins of the
once proud Sultana. Many of tho men
wero torn to piece, while hundred
sank benenth the waves.
The night wn hideous with the cries
and moans of tho wounded and drown
ing men who clung to the remain of
the wrecked craft. The Marble City
and Jenny Llnd wero both In tho har
lior nt Memphis, but having up no
steam, they could not go to the rescue,
1'he little steamer flray Ragle happened
to he coming down the river, and pick,
ed up about toil of the struggling men
nnd carried them to the Unite! State
Hospltirt at Memphis. Occasionally
hero and there in tho North to-day can
In- found a survUor of thut awful night.
Ttin i:i Dorado Myth.
HI Dorado Is tins term now heard on
every side In connection with the placer
mines of Alaska and tho Northwest
Territory of Canada. Its derivation i
of Interest. In tho fifteenth century It
was rumored that there existed In tho
n-.irthern part of South America a city
of gieat wealth called Manoa, whoso
king. HI Dorado by name, was period.
lally smeated with gold dust, until his
whole body had a glided appearance.
It wai said that on these occasions lie
threw gold, emeralds and other pro
cluiis metals and gems Into a sacred
Inl.e. lu uhlih ho nftcnvnrd bathed.
!! ginning lu 1 ''!"- the Spaniards sent
inai.) large epeilliiin to search for
this phantom clt,,',ind most of them
cinled disastrously, hundreds of lle
in lug lo-t. oiio explorer, Oiellano,
aM-"ied that he found LI Dorado in til
i oj age down the Amazon In l.'IO. 'J hK
wn- ili-jiiuM'l, leit thi search was 'on
iitn.nl down to the i-igiiiei nth century,
Sdir.i of the r suits were the conquest
and K'M'n.uit of New Orannda, the
n ai.lng lrown to the world of the
iiiountiun retfon of eatzuc'n, the ill
den and Norway, beer In Uuglaud ami
(iertniiny, whllo hi France, Spain and
Italy wine is drunk almost to the exclu
sion of other intoxicants. From this It
would follow that beer should be ehlef
ly used lu tho northern set-tlnn of tho
United States and wlue lu the southern.
What the effect of high taxation U
upon a nation's drink bill Is a subject
not well settled, while it Is well estab
lished that the amount of spirits con
sumod varies with the prosperity or
purchasing capacity of the people; that
largo vintages, and correspondingly
large production of wine Increase tho
amount of the tier capita consumption
and that In most cases increase In tax
ation and corresponding increase in the
cost of intoxicants somewhat reduce
the nmount consumed. There Is con
siderable variation lu the revenue de
rived by different nations from the tax
ation of alcoholic beverages. In Creat
Hrfialn It Is .'(5 tier cent; lu France lit
per cent; In the United States IV) per
cent, ami in fii-rmauy 17$ tier cent.
The following table gves the iiuintl
ty of wlue, beer and spirits, In gallons,
consumed tier capita In the countries
517 Chamber of Commerce,
(Telephone Main 2518), CHICAGO.
WEST SUPERIOR, Wlfc,
MURRAY & CO.,
I nltdl Kingdom
I'lillisl States ...
Wltic llii-r. SplrltK.
. . o to au.T I oi
. ,2!iWi S'J .s,"
.. I.ihi ;.-,,'. 1 in
.. orj r.'7 osa
I'robably the large amount of spirits
consumed lu Ccrmaiiy Is duo somewhat
to tlm fact that It is cheaper there than
! Ill either France or fJreat llrliain. The
showing lu the United Slute I certain
ly eiiedltahlo, for tlie people consume of
al -ohollc beverages very much below
Hie average of the four nation.
In Inland ill' 'ii) Ion.
Hallway building has been carried on
with vigor of late lu the Island of Cey
lon. The heads of some men are like va
, cant rttoins thi-y Jack furniture.
Altai lie Fin; Ei Co.
..." .'.. v. " fit
123 HARTFORD BUILDING.
For Hotels, Factories, Residences,
Always ready for use. Safe and durable. Does
not require expert to operate.
A. W. NOHE, General Manager.
SHEFFIELD AVENUE SHOEING SHOP
GEO. B. MILNE,
Practical Horse Shoer,
648 SHEFFIELD AVENUE,
NEAR LINCOLN AVE.
Poloxl&oia.o Xjei1k.o rio-xr l QO.
Horses Shod on the Most Approved Princi
ples with Neatness and Dispatch.
Telephone Main 3376
Murphy & Lorsmer
SQUARE WOOL, all prices.
DUCK-LINIID, square and
shaped, all grades.
STABLE BLANKETS, lined,
and unlincd, all stjlcsar.d
qualities, cut to fit and.
guaranteed to stay on.
WATER -PROOP Horse and.
WHITE DUCK Horse and Wa.
CHEMICAL DUCK Hors and'
ANYTHINO that can be made
out of Duck or Canvas,
Note change of address:
333 S. CANAL ST.
W. D. CURTIN & CO.,
176 Grand Avenue,
148-150 Wells Street,
Tlhn North 6B.
LIVERY: 148 and 150 Wells Street.
oes Open JZevy and SJlfjrl&t.
WM. EI3FELDT, JR.,
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
LIVERY ailfl BOARDING.
86 and 88 Racine Avenue,
1387 North Clark Street.
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Suite 1401 and 1402 Title and Trust Building,
Telephone Main 3152. IOO Washington Street.
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JOHN P. AQNEW, Secretary.
LEONARD J. EASTLAND. OEOROE DUDDuESTON.
Eastland & Duddleston
27 and 29 Market Street, Chicago.
Hotels, Club Houses and Restaurants Supplied.
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