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"T.iri wv wr52'wur- rvj THE OXXXOJLOO HULOIuHJ. FIRST MEETING OP PRESIDENT M'KINLEY'S CABINET. W. M. HOYT COMPANY, WHOLESALE GROCERS !T mPOBTMS AVD JOBBIBJ OF Rn. 1, 3, 5, 7 & 9 Mm An. ail l to 9 Rinr Stmt JMMMMSMSJWBSJMSMsMsMMMMMWWSlMi 'III "II BTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTa t .. aaaaaaaaaaMsK. v sWsssssssssssssssWuGipssssW vfc FIIBJsrSisssass7"lsJRVt! rlsaa aaaaaaaBaaatfaiaaEaKM jflRI sisiBsflsisisiH3sBslssisft t&wllKBvBBNBKKKERKKBKwiry mm I 'jllffj-'mttaiaaaaaftaaa IttsMBilBHrifflLiLiWlsLa teijpvBf iiHy i'jEsBjsWsii h. JH BsBS&BiiIIbtP"" 80 SjBh SkjUkSL aaaaa'Bt' HJiS? aa&Baan 'iAV Aam.S TB f MSB 19BP aaaaTs1 rr?S' sWi? tTTJ Tb- " rv awR fjS S-iff aftasa aLaawi TEAS! bbbbbbbbbbb?' aTawJOsarSHBm WaBaaBB BMI BBBBBBBBHMIlllBBBBBBaW'l1 -. iH SBBBBBBBBBsBT K IB ML aa5BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBBaYx- 'i'';H i i i i p i r if i r I I t ! IIIK member of President McKhitrj's cabinet lmvo nil hml lareo experience In public and business life. It Is a notable fact thnt nil but two members lire over 00 year old nml live nrc millionaires, John Sherman, Secrctnry of State. Iu resident of lnnfieb1. O.: I neiul.v 74 years old: hns been In nubile life nearly linlf n century eight years hi th Houe. thirty-two In the Senate nml four In Hayes' eablnet: began life poor, today Is n millionaire. Lyman J. 5r, Secretary of the Treasury, Is u reMdoiil of Chlenuo: will bo 01 years old In dune: began life ns a bank clerk In Home, ti. Y.. receiving $100 per year: uent to Chicago In 1S53; lias been president of the Klrst National Hank there slnco 1801 i at a mllllonnh-o. nnd never held public olllee. Itusscll A. Alger, Secretary of Wnr. resides In Detroit, Mich.; wns 01 years old list February: n penniless orphan nt Kt: studied law; fought through the vninml roo from captain to major general: became a tnmberman nujl worth over n million: was Oovernor of Michigan In ISSoStl. Joseph MeKennn, Attorney Oenernl, hajls from S.in Francisco: Is Kt yenr old: has held olllee since 1S0U; was In Congress seven years; has been United States circuit Judge lueo 18l'j. .Tnmcs A. (.lary. lVstninMor tlriiornl. Is one of Itnltlmore's great merchants nnd manufacturers; la t! year old: was "born with n silver poon:" Is n millionaire nnd the head of mnny corporations: has been an unsuccess ful eandldnte for Congress and Governor of Maryland, John I). Long. Secretary of the Navy, Is a llostoti lawyer; will a fi! years old In October; graduated from Harvard beforo he was 10; became n school teacher, then lawyer, then states Ban: was n speaker In the Massachusetts Legislature: defeated Gen. Butler for Governor In 1871) and was twice re kcttd: wa In Congress te yenrs. Cornelius N. HIM, Secretary of the Interior, Is one of New York's great merchants mad counts his wealth In seven figures; was born In Tall lllvcr, Mass., 04 years ago; became n dry goods clerk In Boston, tftn n partner, nnd In 1S(U) established In New York a dry goods house which hns gained world-wide fame, .lames Wilson, Secretary of Agriculture, Is at home in Ames, Iowa; is a Scotchman by birth nnd 01 years old; n practical and scientific ftmer: was sis years in the luwu Legislature, four years in Congress and has been for fire years n professor in the Iowa Agricultural College. TtLCPHONI, LAKt VIIW IS. THE NEW MAXIM GUN. tl Vires GOO Rounds of Ammunition In a Minute. Acompanylrig this nrtlclo Is a portrait .a Mr. Hlrnin S. Miixlm. the grcnt In .Ttator, nud a picture of hi new light automatic gun. The weapon weighs 2S .awunds. nnd Is mounted on n tripod weighing 1 pounds. It tires nt the ormoiu rate of 000 rounds n minute, ad has nind) ulniy-nlno per cent, of 'Mta nt 1,000 yard. It may bo packed Ita a knapsack, with tripod, i paro lock, pare part, nnd luiploiustiM nnd car ried on n man's back, the tot-tl wc'.lit kttng Kl'a pounds. Or It may be packed Jar the use of cavalry. Tlio weight I lakes CO pounds, the gun belli;,' carried the right side of the horse, the am atJltlon oi ttio other. The cnoruioua tUlty of n .r capon ci this sort f. loo btIoiis to require comment. Incident atlyln Introducing It to the public notlco Mr. Maxim deals with tho qucMllon "Wtmt Is the Colt system of automatic Inarms':" nud answers boldly, "The ftetou nystcm. patented by Hiram 8. Maslm In 'M." In 'S3-4 Mr. Maxim con ducted cxlinustlve experiments to ns certain the best possible system of mak tax an automatic gun nnd took out tents on various aystonis. Of thc-se ttw three lending Idens may bo Jc Kribed In the creators' own words. 1. "tltio In which barrel and brench-lo?k .wero not secured together, but wo:o awpaxated by the force of tho explosion, tk energy derived being utllzed to ex tract the empty case, the carriage case ttaelf being actually tho piston from Wblch tho energy Is derived." 3. "Cons o which the carriage case proper neialned atatlonnry lu the barrel, the Base of the carriage case being In tho farm of n piston carrying the primer." B. "Guns using carriages with n cor- scsscd by nny American personage. It represents hundred of thousands of dollar. Mrs. Wallace's dress has flO.OOO worth of point lace. The gown Is stud ded with diamonds, and Is the richest over worn by n Chicago woman. In 1S1X! she surprised her townspeople by purchasing the Tiffany Clinpel nt the World's Fnlr for $75,000. which she had erected ns n memorial to her hus band. She belongs to tho church founded by Prof. Swing, known na tho Central Church. Mrs. Wallace Is very NEW ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE. M. llcllmana, a French Knulnecr, Per fee tit a Kciunrkablc Machine. M. J. ,T. Ilelliiiiinn, of Paris, France, has perfected an electric locomotlvo that develops 1.U50 horso power, and pulls n railroad train of 300 tons at a sustulncd speed of somewhat mora than 00 miles nn hour. It wears away the rails very much less than tho steam engine, since tho equilibrium Is per fect. The difference between tho Hell maun engine nnd others Is thnt tho rlTfrVPl '""' m!(BaFl""''''''''IP0aBBBBa!Bak- aajiaUaaaaalBBBBBaBaB m tammmtm S2BHBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBJEHs3'"BBaasaaBasto HEILMAN'S LOCOMOTIVE AXD CAB. chnrl table ns well ns very rlcb. Last year sho disbursed $70,000 for tho re lief of the lwor of Chicago. Young Man Gets a ItebufT. Sho snt In tho second sent of tho grip car, and as sho was young nnd pretty everybody took a second look nt her after sho got on. Illglit In front of her sat a mlld-nianncred young man who was smoking, ns young men nro wont to do In grip cars. Am each gust of wind brought n cloud of smoko back through the car, envel oping tho pretty young lady until sho was almost lost to tho nnxlous view of tho spectators, sho was observed to elevnto her pretty noso nnd bestow BBBBBBBBFy' - BBBBBBa"aBBEjBt " t JET--1- -jiJiiwaMi'c" "- " t - . J?" ? " " : ' V 1 BaF sssV" former carries Its own electric station nlong with It nnd mnkes tho necessary electric power ns It goes. It develops nearly double tho force with nearly half the consumption of coal,' as com pared with steam locomotives. HENRY E. BRANDT, Paints and Wall Paper . 446 & 448 Lincoln Avenue. Painting, Fnperhanarinar and Decorating, Wltltule: Rt. 410 nctlul Aft., ctr. Llictli Art. TELIPHONII LaksVlawiaa. SHEFFIELD AVENUE SHOEING SHOP nil GEO. B. MILNE, Practical Horse Shoer, 548 SHEFFIELD AVENUE, NEAR LINCOLN AVE. X?olexa4 XjClIslo TTlo-vcr X QO. BBlssssaaaaaaaaaaaaaBamaiB tmmrmMSBA Jjii J tfl. a HM"tmiiiHmiHiiimnnmi i PayaaaaamsaaaaV FAUXLT ORDERS SOLICITED. . H.OaHrOUXmrT,MT! M.M I. H. Oattw rat Old By, MM 4.00 9. U. OaMar Bmrbca, MIT. aoo W.aHtsBrarwOKI Boatbaa 1.00 BariacKUlOUBsartMa aow SOLE AOENT Aadanaa Old Bonrboa ,.., I Old Crow Old Bonrboa I IrUB'Whltky, Jaha JsatMoa I eotoBWaUky.AadNW Usku Battal BMrv , I All kind of Brandies, Gins, Rums and Bottled Goods cf ths ttassi qualities at reasonable prices. BASS' ALE and GUINNESS' STOUT ALL GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED AT RESIDENCES. We handle no oheap or adulterated goods. Horses Shod on the Most Approved Princi ples with Neatness and Dispatch. n wan Sin Wrt! Mil. MAXIM AND HIS XOVEL GUN'. tated case, tho straightening out or loacatlon of tho coses at tho Instant of aaiaf developing tho necessary energy far performing all the work of loading aad firing A SSO.OOO GOWN. Mrs. Wotlaee'it Cnatly Garment Warn at the Opera in Chlcuo. Mrs. Cella Wallace, of Chicago, cre ated a sensatlou In that city ly wear tag a dress that cost $30,000 nt tho epcnlng night of tho grand operatic season. Sho could afford to, for pho aas an income of $150,000 a year. Sho la tho widow of Judgo Wallace, who fAV 150,000 nr.r.ss or jiiis. cnu.v wAi.i.Acn. burning glances nt tho back of tho young man's head.. But ho puffed away, all unconscious of tho Irato glances behind him, until several of tho passengers began to sulcker In that aggravating wuy passengers have. After a long while It dawned on tho mild-mannered young man. Ho heard tho snickers, and, glancing around, through a particularly thick cloud of smoko ho got tho full benefit of ono of tho Irato glances from tho young lady. "Kxcuso me," ho stammered, "do you object to smoking?" Hho glared at him a moment. "No," sho finally snapped, "what I object to Is that cigar." And In tho sllcneo which followed the conductor rang up three fares trying to stop tho car. Chicago Chronicle. LASHING BIO GUNS. llow the Cannon on a HI Mon-of'Wr Are Mado Kant. Tho recent return to port of Undo Sam's battleship Indiana, which wns obliged to leavo Admiral Draco's squad ron nud put bnck for fenr that tho turret-guns would break from their fast enings, recalls tho occasion of tho enino warship's trip Inst October from Hamp ton Hoods to New York, when tho Im- menso machines of wnr nctunlly did break nway from their clamps nnd be gan tearing to nud fro across tho decks with overy roll of the ship In tho tierce gnlo that wns raging. Cnpt. ltob Ev ans wns In command of tho ship on thnt occasion, nnd ho has given n vivid de scription of tho nwful night, which will bear repetition In tho light of tho In diana's recent performance. "Wo tlod tho two forward guns to gether by binding tho guns each to tho other and fastening tho hawsers to the bltts, nud managed tho aft ones tho same way," said Captain Evans, In tell ing tho story. "It wns a very hard Job. About S o'clock next morning tho for wnrd ones snapped their hawsers nud got looso again. Tho storm was then very severe, nnd tho ship was rolling nt nn nnglo of 30 degrees. To mako mat ters worse, tho forward 13-Inch guns got loose, and those enormous guns got thrashing about In full command of tho dock. Wo tlnally caught the big guns with n 13-lnch hawser and tied them se curely to tho superstructure. It was n very dangerous task In the faco of such n gnlo ns was blowing, nnd I was nf raid of losing two or threo dozen men. If I bad not bad the very best crow In tho 1467 to 1481 North Western Avenue, (Corner Humboldi Boulevard). If you have furniture) to store or move don't fail to see my storage house and team tag outfit before going elsewhere. Separate olean and dry rooms, with keys. Reasonable rates to alL Packing and shipping promptly attended to. Dealer In Coal, Grain and Mill Stuff. Main Office: 302 1 304 Belmont, cor. Hoy no Ave. W. H. TARNOW. Prop. Telephone V-ke View 1 35. mado a big fortune in tho nuvanco or real estate in that city, and resides nt the Auditorium very fjulctly, 8ho does not caro for society, has nover been aecn at a fashlonablo function, nnd Mio Is extremely averse to newspaper pub lldty. Sho Is an elderly lady who has .traveled much In Kuropo and this country. Her collection of ancient Jewels, which she has picked np In her doarncrlncs is the most valuablo pos- A Noted nautoriologist. Dr. (liilKepiio Sauarolll, who recently discovered tho bacillus of yellow fever, Is not yet 30 years of age, ami has been at tho head of tho Montevideo Institute of Exporlmcutal Hygiene a little over a year. He took his degree nt tho Uni versity of Sleim In 1S80, then studied lu Germany and nt tho I'nstuiir I list I tuto'ln Paris, ami llrst camo Into notlco by his success In Isolating tho blbrlo of cholera lu tho drinking water of Paris, nud his demonstration that It was com paratively harmless. IIo wns appointed to a professorship nt Blnna, which ho left, owing to tho larger salary nnd greater opportunities offered him by tho University of Montuvldco. It is expected thnt his discovery will bo fol lowed by that of tho means of destroy ing or neutralizing tho effects of tho bacillus. 1 1 iT?sBjSjH'3r aaaaaaaaajaaaaaaar uj. m fsJ(!i&&JBSg& r- H-uuoo-at HK MANAoan l&tmj WMBEmmw vmm . (.INCOMPOKATKD ) BkaWKOTS? A V -r ATr Bfl W bbm a aar m bbbk mb im bwebh u mmwm mm iiquors MYxs Buren St 68 RANDOLPH ST, EUVX lOB PBIOB W?:cJ LJMT. American Brewing Co. lorthlsUud lieiM, BMCWIRI OF TH1 lortbiibliii 1TBIH8, COLUMBIA MINNEHAHA Bramda of Lag' Boon f list I,iko Chicago. In Pails tho streets nud public build ing nro lighted with gnu at cost, nnd in ten years tho city has received ?10,000, 000 from tho company furnlshlug gas. A public franchise in Paris means fcomcthlng handsomo for tho city trees, ury as a matter of course. now tiik r.u.vs aiik iiiiaceii. world I don't know how wo would linvo come out of It." After thnt was dono It wns necessary to wait until tho guns wero lu n suit nblo position, when tho hawsers wero wound around the bltts on opposite ends of tho deck. This operation wns repented until a sutllclcnt number of turns had beeit made to anchor tho guns securely. What Mansfield May U. Tho sad news has been received that Itlchard Mauslleld's private car nnd scenery have been again attached, this tlmo by a railway company nt Cincin nati. Thougtful students of tho drama fear that ho will soon wrlto n letter announcing his retirement from the stago for tho lecturo platform. aprlngfleld Uepubllcnn. When n woman Dually becomes n gfd cook, It doc3 her husband no good; Mi goo off ou a cooking lecturing toar. By 2 o'clock every day peoplo lmvo ma4o so many blunders that they long for tormorrow that they raog start all ovttf again. JOHN M'CORMICK, Headquarters for all kinds of WHISKIES AND CIGARS, 3636 Cottage Grove and 3701 Armour Avenues. IIjLiIMOIM. YM1 U mni :& H'w-a.'u.ls.ee, "V7"is. OFFICE II CHICAGO. Union ad Erin Streets. VaXasaao: 3NTO. IOT I0TTLBG DEPiRTIEIT, 29 West Ohio Street TeiftftHttiK. HKNRY LIIsl. Managtr. MlHiinduratood, Mary Oh, Mr. l.tiohley Is such n nice young man! Julia 1 heard ho drank. Mary Nonsense! On the contrary, ho Is very lellglous. Julliir-What makes you think so? Mary lleenuso Mr. Soaking told papa that ho was n youug man of pro nounced bibulous habits. Washington Times. J It is a great pity that a man can't dlschargo his dobts ns ft woman doew Iters: by hiring a hnll, and passing around a bit of cako nnd n dab of lco cream. After a man passes -10, ho can got nn nttack of tho blue any tlmo by com paring what ho is with what ho hoped to be. How tho peoplo roar If n woman has n slilf tless lmsbaud, but nothlug Is said nbout It If a man lias a shiftless wife. JUNK7 S BREWERY 3VI. TT7JSnK, Prop. 3704-3710 South Halsted St. CHICAGO. Telephone: Yards 719 w ja A llWMiairaUPfaBMA spte-iBvjiiJm itf&fcrftaSStfeS ,6,- t