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TOrfV " TUB 0HI0JLC3-0 BAOItB. Wi ---;vvvS?ltifrt v v'f Elmwood Buffet mMWIimilllMMMMII AND Family Resort. FRED MUELLER, PROPRIETOR. Tel. Oakland 475. 176.. 39th Street. W Mamaaim iWiiRUB'Wiinsoo IWCOHPQWTin t PTBRinf 1JIK AMQUiRB Z$$K&BiJitEir St, cjgjgAKD.OLHllst, yM SND FOB PBIOl USX. rAXfILT ORDERS SOLICITED. COLE AOEMT . U.9tmm M.BMc?t, HT1., H.M f.KVOatUf FroOMBn.MN 9. B OvMtff BW?bB lift.. .... tiOO W.KKBMrwOM Btukra mo BU10MBBfkM IN AsteMaOMBMtbM. 014 Crew Old Boubo Irtik Whtiky, Jhn JualMOB Scoteh WbUky, Asdnw Utfcu SMltl Bmit ITEMS OF INTEREST All klntfa f Brandlaa, Qlns, Rums and Bottled Ooode ( the finest qualities at reasonable prices. BASS' ALE and GUINNESS' STOUT ALL OOODS PROMPTLY DLLIVERED AT RESIDENCES. W aasle me oheap or adulterated goods. Murray fc Company, who lend In the nwnlug business, nntl who were located on ltnndolph street for eleven years, In vite you to call at their new mammoth establishment, 320 to 333 South Canal street. When out driving stop nt the Elm wood Iiuffet and Family Itesort, 170 30th street. You can get the nicest lunch with wet goods attachments here of any place on the South Bide. All the boys stop at Fred Mueller's Bummer Garden when riding on the South Side. Fred Is always the same, genial, polite and courteous to all. lie keeps the best eatables and finest beer In Chicago. Don't forget his number, 170 30th street. For tents, awnings and waterproof covers go to Murray & Co., 320-333 South Canal street. These people are leaders In this lino of goods. The best livery men and business men who own their own stables patron ize Murray & Co., 820-333 South Canal street, for stable and storm blankets, waterproof covers, adjustable buggy aprons, etc. Don't forget their number, 320-333 South Canal street. Dunlap Is "the" hatter. Look out for Dunlap's fall styles. Dunlap, as usual, Is In the lead this fall, with the "tonlest" hat In the market. The boys say the Dunlap fall hat Is a "crackcrjack" this year. 'Dunlap's famous hats and silk um brellas ore the best In the world. The best business men In Chicago dine regularly at the Northwestern Ca tering Company on Randolph street, opposite the City Hall. Tho famous Kacherl end Bohemian pale beer are kept on draught constantly, and all lovers of good beer say the products of the great Northwestern Hrewlng Company cannot be excelled anywhere In this country. The HncMt and best equipped Hafcty deposit vaults west of the Alleghany Mountains are those recently built by K. (i. Schmidt tc Son at 300 Clybourn nvenup, northwest corner North ave nue. For nourishment drink the famous Zacherl beer, brewed by the North western brewery. K. fJ. Schmidt tc. Son's nroiit unfetv doiMMlt vaults urn tho nnlv vnnlta In Chicago equipped with tho Hankers' iTotevtivc company's automatic elec tric burglar alarm system. Mr. Thomas Conlcy, of Tanner & Conley, fashionable tailors, In the Reaper Block, has Just returned from Europe. Wbllo abroad, Mr. Conley selected as One a line of Imported goods for the fall trade as the old country could produce. Tanner A Conley Invito one and all to call and Inspect Uielr line of fall suitings, as they are sure to please the most fastidious. Tho telegraph manual Issued by the Western Electric Comiiauy will teach any one the art of telegraphy. To get u copy address Department 0 a, West ern Electric Company, 242 South Jef ferson street, Chicago, uud Inclose two ((lit stump. You can rent Imxes In K. O. Schmidt it Soii'h new safety UeixiMt vaults, nt 300 Clyhourn uveuue, for f3 per year and upwards. The Bankers' Electric Protective Company havu equipped K. a. Schmidt Ac Sou's new safety deposit vaults, at 300 Clybourn avenue, with the best au tomatic electric burglar ularm system made In this country. The Hallet & Davis Company offer three free scholarships In tho famous conservatorlcs-ono of them In Eu rope, Including transportation and board through the year to umbltlous teachers and students of music. Par ticulars of the contest can be obtain ed at their otHce, 230 and 241 Wabash avenue. Mr. Henry Werno, tho well-known fashionable tailor, at 100 Jackson street. Monndnock Block, has Just re turned from tho East, where ho has been to purchase his fall stock of Im ported goods. Ills stock Is complete, and as tine as any In Chicago. It will pay you to examine his stock before purchasing your fall suit. Tho Wnreburger and Prima beer, brewed by tho Independent llruwlng Association, cannot bo excelled In this country, or any other. Don't forget their number, R80-M2 North Hnlsted street, Telephone North 045. Ing Company are the bct selling gums In the market. This firm also furnish dealers with the handsomest and must convenient show case for their gums that luut ever lieeti given to the trade. "Wiring Tables; How They Are Made, and How to Use Them" Is the title of n book recently published by Thos. G. Grler. White the hook denls with a technical subject, It Is written with a view of reaching every one In terested In electrical work. Technical terms are avoided, and the language Is clear to those uot posted hi electrical matters; 70 pages, 7xA Inches, bound In cloth; price, ft. Edward It. Grler, 143(1 Monndnock Building, Chicago. The Union IMcltlc Hallway, which Is to be sold to satisfy the mortgage held by tho Government, may not be secured by the reorganization committee. Attorney General iMcKuniia Is au thority for tiro statement that the ngrcfimciitH and plans, said to have been entered Into between the Govern ment nud the reorganization commit tee, do not exist. The statement that the rond would be sold or an agreed price, ranging be tween $43,000,000 and s.Vi,000,000, seems unfounded. Negotiations arc In progress with for eign parties through ex-Gov. Hond'.ey of Ohio, who as sficclat counsel for At torney General McKcnna, represents the Government In this matter, mid It niqicnr probable that a bid will lie re ceived from an English syndicate. The property will be knocked down to 4lie highest bidder, ns Is usual lu foreclosure proceedings. The only obligation entered Into by the Government with the reorganiza tion committee was an ncccirtnuce from the latter of a guarantee that a bid as high as $45,000,000, enough to cover the Government ctalms against the proper ty, 'would be made providing the Gov ernment would itnke the necessary legal step to bring about the foreclosure sale. As a pledge of good faith a dcMslt of 5,000,000 was made by the committee. Mr. A. II. Clapp. proprietor of the well-known Ollneoln livery and iNtard lng stables nt 181 South I.euvltt street, Is one of the largest property-owners In the Twelfth Ward, where, he has re sided for tho past twelve years. He Is one of the best liked business ineu on the West Hide, and enjoys the patron age of the best people lu Chicago. leading Republicans desire Mr. Clapp to icccit the presidency of the Twelfth Ward 'HepuUlcnn Club, ns they say his election will satisfy all factious and thus bring about harmony lu the ward. "WURZBHR" AND "PRIMA" v"';Po ?-. VV -VW -i m' --rfr -i?w--"- .JfrjvJy te'sSlBMBSKatabJrr lrTriJt. -'t-rdL. A -- - - 'vet' T..Ti ' GkElO "Nature smiles through sunbeams" Is the trade-mark of the Sunbeam In candescent Lamp Company. The Pepslne, Lemonade, Forbidden Fruit, Pineapple ami Vanilla cbewliu gums inuilo by the .eno Mnuufiictur- Good Word for Washington. Gen. II. V. Boynton, the veteran Washington correspondent, has been for mora than thirty years collecting news and writing letters. Few men know so thoroughly as ho the Inside history of the Capitol, tho White House and tho departments. Being asked what ho considered tho most Import ant deduction from his experience nt Washington, ho answered: "The marvelous Improvement In the moral atmosphere, and the general tone nud honesty of tho Government. We. the pooplo of tho United States, have tho most honest government In the world. It Is and has been for tunny years more honest than ever before, and Is to-day more honestly and effi ciently administered than any private business that I Imvo over examined. I mean that there Is less waste uud less defalcation. "Look at the great postal service, for Instance. Where lu the world will you 11 ml any private agency which does so much and does It so well, and at so little cost? And change of parties makes no difference. Thorough honesty Is the rule. "The atmosphere of tho White House Is pure beyond that of any royal resi dence, nud this Is the most moral anil penccable city lu tho United States, If not lu tho world. It makes me laugh when those good people come from New York and Cincinnati and away out West to help reform Washington." A Man of Few W rda. A bashful mini uud u gentle maid Upon the beach were straying, "I wonder," at lust the fellow said, "Whut the wild, wild waves uro stiy IngV" She giixcd at him a moment cro Sho could trust herself to answer; "If they're mi) lug a thing, 1 must declare They're doing more thuii you can, sir." He did not stop to nk her why Tho slur to her lips bud risen; With a nilulity leap and a joyful cry He cuiiKht her, and she Is hU'nl A Comfortable Companion. "Doesn't your wife aiinoy you by ask ing questions at the baseball gnmeV" "Never; she Is one of those women who always like to let ou that they know all about everything." Detroit Free Press. CONSUMPTION ClIKICP, An 11 nil) Mc Inn, retired from iirnctlie, linil pliiicd In Ills IiiiiuIh liy n n Hunt luillil mlmttoimry tho formula of a simple eueliilile remedy fur the speedy iiml tii-rmiilirnt cure of Consumption, llruiK-liltis, (.'atari li. Asth ma ami nil Throat ami l.unu' Affections, also a iioitlthe mid radical euro for Neroiu De bility ii ml all NVrwiux Complaints. Ilinliij; tested Its wonderful curative powers lu thou sands of cam's, and desiring to relieve human suffcrlnir, I will send free of iliare to all who wish 11, thin recipe, la (lermiin. Trench or KiikIIhIi. with full dlmtlon for prcpar I hi; and imliiif. Hrnt by mull, by addresaluif. wnu sinnm, minimi: iin paper, , woes, iiouivMvr, BEER INDEPENDENT BREWING ASSOCIATION, Telephone North 645. 586 to 612 North Halsted St. Val Blatz Brewing Co, BREWERS AND EXPORTERS OP MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER. EXPORT BOTTLE BEER, WIENER, MUNCHNER, PRIVATE STOCK, BLATZ'S MALT-VIVINE, Delivered to Families In All Parts of the City. HENRY LIEB, Manager. CHIOACO BRANCH, Cor. Irl antf Union 4H TILIPHONI MAIN 4M7. The Peter Schoenhof en Brewing Co. tH l9EErj JOSEPH THEURER President. CARL BUHL, Vice President. I. J. NOCKIN, JR., Ssc'y end Treas'r. taa Brewers and Bottlers of High Grade Beers. MAIN OFFICE: Corner Cinalport Avenue and West 18th Street. Vlil&os& O BOTTLING DEPT.: Burlington Street, near 16th. Sole Brewers and Bottlers of the Celebrated AMERICAN BREWING CO. BBHBlTv -BRIWIRt OP THI- COLUMBIA and MINNEHAHA Brands of LAGER BEER. A. B. C. 33 Noitli Ltilaiid Avenue, Chicago. Noi', Kid rum r' , N. V. Drexel Cafe Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Drove Avenue.:..' 9 Restaurant, LMCh Counter and Bar. Steaks, Chops and Shell Pish Our Specialty. - ncauamatex. JUNK7 S BREWERY 3704-3710 South Halsted St TlDhcn: Yrd7ia. CHICAGO. W. O. TEGTMEYER, Pres. and Treat. JOHN PL088, Secretary. NORTH mm BREWING CO., 781 to 831 Clybourn Avenue, Chicago. Telephone North 614. Finest Lager and Bottled Beers.