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11 l u ilr iiVaBBBBHBaaafiiiiaVLaaaisBy'fci Bv9KsBUBBBBBBbTBBBBBV aBBBBBBaBPaBBBBaBBaBJhhc''" l BBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBjBBBPBB'BPHBBBBBff ! BNEWEI OF THE IEST HALT MM . . toM In K and ftklktMWHtin, August Maritzen, Architect ani Engineer for mm m mm Oflce, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, Tilephont 1633, ERNST WEISS BEER! SO Clyde St. Nstal Card Orders Promptlj Attended To. TALMuU lyffil-wei-ULk.ee, "Wis. OFFICE n CHICAGO, Unioi and Erie Streets. BOTTLDIG DEP1BTMEKT, ft f est Ohio Street TftftlmUM. . HENRY LKIB. Managac 11 MilwaukM. Wis. MERRT UIHLEIIf, Prttidtni ALFRED UIHLEIIf, SuptrinUndtBi. Annual Capaolty, 600,000 Barrala. SCHUTZ BRAU Now appear the latest and best'product of the celebrated Joseph Schhtz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadi Barley Malt and Finest Bohemian Hops. EDWARD UIHLEIN, Manager, Chicago, . .CORNER UNION AND OHIO iTREETS. W. L lOMIM, Silt BiHIir fir flit Trail, Ohtetgi. PMBfflifiWM V MIIWAXJKE:E:f WIS. Lairg mt Braw)ry in tht) World. . . . .CHICAGO OFFICE. ... OirMr Daaalalaaa art Inilawa Straits. Ife call your attention to onr DfiTTI Cfl DEED I different brandi of Dill I LtU DttKi FOR FAMILY USE-J3ELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. Tilipfcwi Mala 4363, ; HERMAN PAIST, HiiHH, CHARLES H. WACKER '. President and Treasurer THEO HOHENADEL...i Secretaxy Vatoplaoa !. The Wacker & Blrk BREWING COMPANY, 171 North Desplaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. lOnLERS OF THE CELEBRATED WIENER AND ULMER TABU IEER, HICAOO,UA. OmCE MNRTn MK , AUOTTiTA VAtJUQTA BIK, No. 177 La Salle St, Cor. Monroe, FUNK'S II AUGUST UIHLHR, SNNtarj. u sin, American Brewing Co. RorthAshland tonne, BRUWBRB TwABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsCnai ' COLUMBIA "d MINNEHAHA Brands of Lagar Baar. noun bbabb, met uan. m. bbahd, tim pimi. n am mm to. lain Offlce, 84 to 7W Sdgwict St, Okag. BREWERIES: MICHAEL BRAHD, BAIITHOLOMAE ft LEICHT, Ctr.IlttMAv.MdlMvrtt. M4 ( 7M SrfiwMi M. ERNST BROTHERS, 47 17 La-rasas II. JOHN A. ORB THEODORE OEHNE JULIUS H. SCHILLER riJl liEIBBBaUBPliBBr .B.BBri .BKJBBT JSBYV 1 TbTbTiTi TTf ffMiBBBBl i Ti r r TIT ;rir DDUiAi MTV J B Lake Shore, Foot of Brewers and Bottlers of the Celebrated AND EXTRA. Tatopkon i.-s Brewing Brewers of Foot of 28th St. and KEELEY Ml Bn's Brain tail, -BREWERS OF- LAGER BEER Van Bnren, Desplaines, & Fearee Sis. - OFFICE: 225 DESPLUNES STREET. JOHN 8. COOKE, Pref. and Treas. CHARLES F. COOKE, Sec'y. COOKE BREWING COMPANY emRS m Corner of Twenty-seventh St and Johnson Ave., Chicago Talaphona South 208. "MICH NOP HAN," A SUPERIOR MALT IEER, A SPECIALTY. PAIMiLfc ATTENTION RIVER TO THE R0TTURC TRAIL PAUL POHL, AND EXPORT BEER. 29-35 Coojir St., Cor. Fujltrton Ay,, Cbtcico. Tiliphiai Nirth 902. lortnlsnlind iTenne, OP TH1 UO BBXBT, U. BODOLTB BBAKB, Inm FMl0Bt Vie Praaldent and TMftMMf WOffXf 1 ..l. .JiT. ,. I . J . l 1-flB-nT CmJL C ay j r;, - f TTTBMiH.i:! r -J MM .id F 1 j : iwwmwVK1 rana 87th Street, Chicago. SALVATOR PALE BEER Company, Lager Beer, Groveland Park AiM J Brawar of Weiss Beer. Porter MALTSTERS TILtPHONI ?. 1 FECKER BREWING 1 871 to 87 Dudley Street, marBlantartttoltoM, CHIOAOO, HX. BREWERS OF "CHICAGO BEAU." "OABDEN CITY BRAU." McAvoy Brewing Company AUSTIN J. DOYLE, Praiidant, ADAH ORTSEIFEK, Tics Prtt .SflpJHjjjsj SBlKBjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB!BBVf 5bbbbbbbbbbbPJPPPP. Offlii, 2849 Saift Park Avanua. TWaphon South 8257. : Talaphone South 8367. JOIN TOOT. V06T & BKEWSBS AND J LT ms 467 to 473 Twenty-sixth Street, TeL South 961. OHIOAGO. nninn Cor. Arohar and Stawart Araa. OFFICE: 85 Alexander Street, - - CHICMfc The Largaat Brawary Oontrollad by M. GOTTFRI1D, FrM. JOHN H. Willi, No. a TrB PIRD. OUNDRUM, V. RrB. O. M. COTTFRIID, lupt. WILLIAM A. BXRK. BIRK BROS. BREWING CO. rawara and Bottlara. xtra, Erlanga and Export Baar. 101-100 Wabetar AvM - CHICAGO CITIZENS' Browing Company. MAIN STREET AND ARCHER AVENUE. WM. F. MAHONEY THOS. J. NERNEY ALFRED HIERONIMUS Supt and Brewer Capital Stock. $200,000. . Capacity, 100,000 Barrels Per An. Waukssha Spring Brewing Co. XATX. THOME President KUDOLPHWOSSUOK... Secretary J. B. MlEBENSOSF, Superintendent. WATJUESHA, CHICAGO oiricrE:: 185 Dearborn St., Rooms E and F, Adams Express Building, E T, BELLiMT, SOC. Qd Trm JOBS 8TTEENET. SWEENEY, BOTTUEM OF In llllnola Whloh la Not Ingllah Monay. EDWARD J. BIRK. Fres. and Treas. Secretary I TBBD H. XCAKX TreMurer WJC. KANOLBR Manager WZSC01TSZXT. Weiss i Prtr. BISMARCK AND THE EMPEROR. A Reml'OlflcliU NnrrAtlto Btptalnlng flaw the Old Chancellor Prepared III Fall. Almost exactly four years havo passed slnco ilorr Von licrlcp-ch "is appointed Prussian Minister of Com mcrco, and tho wmld beenrao re motely conscious that tho crisis soon to end In l'rlncc lJIsmarck's fall from power, was becoming acute, says the New York Sun. Tho Ministry of Commcrco had been in Ulsmarck's hands for sometime. Tho suddenness with which it was taken from him surprised everybody, and nobody who has tried to gho tho history of his fall has neglected to speak of Iter lopsch'snp: olntmcntas the beginning of the old Chancellor's end. Not until last Now Year's Pay, however, was tho mysterious relationship of these ovcntsoxplulncd. Tho authority for tho explanation Is undoubtedly Dr. Mlquol, Prussian Mlnlstor of Finance, for tho statement that fol lows was orlntcd In all Its material details by one of his acknowledged newspaper organs. Early In 1800 Emperor William presided In a Council of the Minis ters of State. Tho wholo Empire bad been agitated by the great strlko of the coal miners in Western and Southwestern Germany, and tho Em peror had consulted with sovcral men of authority and experience as to tho best means of removing a few abuses of which the strikers complained most bitterly. Whon the council began discussing the labor troubles the Emperor prorosedtho reforms which had been recommonded to him. Prince Ulsmarck announced that these reforms might do well enough In theory, but would be Impossible In practice. "Hut I have been Informed by gen tlemen of long exDcrlcnno with coal miners," said tho Emperor, "that such measures are not only practica ble, bat highly desirable." "May I ask your Majesty who these gentlemen arc?" asked Ulsmarck. Tho question was so lar beyond tho bounds of royal cthiuctio tnut tne Emperor at tlfnt hes'tated to unswer It. Then ho saia slowly: "Her Von Dcrlcpch was one; Count Douglas was another." The moment tho words wcro outof the Emperor's mouth Ulsmarck pro posed with lll-conccalod Irony, that his Majesty Intrust thn Mlnstryof Commerco to Herr Von Uerlcpsch. at this gentleman had such a wide knowledge or the nlTalrs of tho de partment. Without hesitation tho Emperor accepted the proposal as If It hud been niado In good faith, and within twenty-four hours Herr Von Ucrlopsch was gazetted as Minister ot Commerco in Prince Illsmarck'sstcad, and tho Empire had Its otttultil proof of tho breach between Emperor and Chancellor. A Jamaica CoiiRrcjcatlon. In pours tbe Mack portion of tbe congregation. It Is composed, fo, tbe most I art, of women. Thoy are gorgeously arrayed in silks ind cot tons ot tho most bewildering brill Uncv. with golden beehive-shaped or naments In their ears and twists of gold ubout tbclr nocks, and all are beaming und smiling w.th the uttuoit complacency and self-satisfaction. With a great many or them the first duty Is to tako off tholr boots or shoes. Small wonder, for half or them are In tho habit of trudging twenty or thirty miles a day, bare footed, to and from market, and the other half, If thoy do not uso their feet so hardly, at any rato novcr cou flno thorn. 4 Poor or wanting in proper pride m deed must bo that, woman who can not raise a pair of boots or shoes for Sunday use. It moans uttnny, you may conceive, to keup inched up In stltf leather u pair of feet used to free, untrammelcd movement, but it has to bo borne, und It is lorno for a few minutes. It is managed thus: On the road to church a halt is made at about UU0 yards' dlstunco from tho building, for tho purpose of putting on tho boots or shoes, which havo beon hitherto held In tho hands. Church Is thon hobbled Into, und the boots or shoes tuken olT, to bo again put on as the sorvlco draws to a close. Church Is then hobbled out of, ana ut a rcspoctablo dlstanco from it the instruments ot torture are ugaln got rid ot, not to bo put on again for u week. All tho Ycarltound. Eaglo In the Fnrn Ktalk. It Is a curious fact, and ono known to but few except thoso 'well up" in the curiosities of botany, that If the stem or stalk or tho fomalo (broken) lern bo cut oollquely across near the root, tho lines of the line network ot veins which uiako up tho woody por tion of tho stulk will present the exact outlines nt an eagle with wings nutspreud, much resembling the sym bol on our half dollars. Tho cut 6hould bo made very slanting put tho knlre to tho ground on one side of tho plant und pull It through tho stalk so thut It will come out an inch ubovo on the other Ride other wise the likeness will bo moro like a plcturo of a spreading oak tree. Thero aro several remarkable Imi tative forms In botany In leaves, roots, stalks, flowors, eta but this is, I believe, tho most romarkablc. Who Urst noticed It would, perhaps, In hard to ascertain. Sir lloger 1' Estrange, 17 1:6, gives the Urst no tlco I havo been ablo to Und, which is as follows: Perhaps peoplo may fancy that they see a likeness of u toad In the stones" (ho writes concerning a fossil in a plate of Silurian limostorio), as they do that otun eagle In tho stalk of a brake or fern." Ho Wo. Too Clover. l'inettl, tho famous conjurer, was commanded by tho Empress Catha rine II. of Ilussla to glvo her a speci men of bis cleverness. On presenting bersolf at his lodg ings In rosponso to his Invitation, her Majesty was conducted into a room that was entirely draped In black and lighted up with tapers. A sort ot wooden gallows was erected in ono corner or tho room, on which, to her horror, tho Empress saw hanging tho body or l'inettl. Aftor a while tho conjurer Hung oil ono or his legs, then tho other, in llko manner his arms, then his head, and last or all tho trunk dropped to the ground, and, uniting with the limbs, presented the flguro or tho performer restored to life and Igor.