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H '?-. i THg OHIOJlOQ MlA.a-riB3. "t VW wyvtTT? i I j JJCHICAGOJ Southwest Cor. Clark and Washington Sts., ' " Opposite Court House and City Hall. ' se it The Finest Buffet in the City. WAGNER & HAUSCHILD, Props. Elmwood Buffet GQ QD QD D QD ua aa aa OB EH A HO """ Family Resort. FRED MUELLER, PROPRIETOR. Tel, Oakland 475. 176.. 39th Street. MANA&IK MWWMrJMW'yvW:& INCONPOKATIO ) WAHAUMlftWArEBZHll HHSMIBHKlSHaK7.HHBBBimi mwmWM$&u END FOB FBICI MQig usx. J. H. BRUNJES, SampleRoom and Cafe. 10 and 12 Madison St., Chicago. Telephone 4675 flaln. UNITED STATES BREWERS' ASSOCIATION. OFFICERS FOR 1897-98. President C. Wtt. Beroner, Philadelphia. Vice-President Rudolph Brand, Chicago, ad Vice-President Isaac Danendero, New York. Secretary Richard Katzenmaver, New York. Treasurer Wm. G. Rinhler, New York. TRUSTEES. C. Wm. Beroner, Chairman, Philadelphia. Herman Straw, Pittsburg. John Goetz, Jr., Cincinnati. Henry H. Reuter, Boston. Chas. G. Pankow, Buffalo. Wm. HorrMANN, New York. Gottfried Krueoer, Newark. Gustav G. Pabst, Milwaukee. Paul A. Seeoer, Baltimore. Joseph Theurer, Chicago. Henrv Nicholavs, St. Louis. Chas. Class, Philadelphia. John W. Brown, Brooklyn. WMMAMMAMWW CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES. J. Chr. G. HurFEL, New York, Chairman Advisory Committee. N. W. Kendall, New Haven, Chairman Vigilance Committee. Henrv H. Reuter, Boston, Chairman Publication Committee. Gai.lus Tiiomann, New York, Manager Literary Bureau. J. F. SMULSKI & CO., 665 NOBLE STREET, PRINTERS, IN INGUSH, GERMAN AND POLISH. "GAZETA KATOLICKA," the Best Advertising Medi. um among the Polish residents of Chicago and America. ranrn THE VICTORIOUS "Gladiator." A COMMITTEE of nine mechanical engineer! employed by the Edward P. Allli Compaay, of Milwaukee, Wis., the most skillful manufacturers of engine and ataeMnery la the world, after examining and testing thirty six different makes of high grade Bicycles, pronounced the "Gladiator" the most scientifically constructed, easy running and highly finished bicycle in existence. Upon their Judgment large order tor GLADIATOR BICYCLES.... was placed, for the use of members and employes of that company. No test so severe and thorough as this has ever been made. Prospective buyers can be guided with aaiety by this decision. The "GLADIATOR" U truly a "WHEEL OF PERFECTION." GLADIATOR CYCLE W0RKS,,0'cUeg&.!.4Lru aaWnawwsKl 'a! ' sbsbPbbI BAMMABK. Drexel Cafe, Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Qrove Avenue.... Ural Led Ciller ana Bar. Steaks, Chops and Shell Fish Our Specialty. The Best Brewing Company "WURZBURGER" AND "PRIMA BEER INDEPENDENT BREWING ASSOCIATION T.i.ph.n.Nsrti.64,. 586 to 6ia North Halsted St. Val Blatz Brewing Co. BREWERS AND EXPORTERS OP MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER. EXPORT BOTTLE BEER, PRIVATE STOCK, WIENER, MUNCHNER, BLATZ'S MALT-VIVINE, Delivered to Families In All Parts ot the City. HENRY LEEB, Manager. CHICAGO BRANOH, Cor. Irl and Union .. TELEPHONE MAIN 43.7. The Peter Schoenhof en Brewing Co. JOSEPH THEURER President. CARL BUHL. Vioe President. B. J. NOCKIN, JR., Seo'y and Treas'r. iMaPBBPP!fflWwlKHBaaaBaliiiiiiV.- iaawwwmE9JawmawwE3mMjamwTQ&ffiff&mMLmmammM flillllllllkHklllSlmflialiaHR!'EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEK& BRMsaYYVkaYYVKaW. aaaaw kaaaaaaakawkMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMEValkaaaaaaaaaawkaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaav aaaaEaaavMBaaaaaaaaaaaaaeMBflHMSBawaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaav' Brewers ' and Bottlers of High Grade Beers. MAIN OFFICE: Corner Canalport Avenue and West 18th Street. Tlejplioza. Osuie.1 BOTTLING DEPL: Burlington Street, near 16th. Vtles9Sxoo OeanaaX BO 4 OF CHICAGO. FLETCHER AND HERNDON STS. Telephone I-ltio "View HO. Delivered to Any Part of the City. $1.50 Per Case of Two Dozen Bottles. Miycmftz 3VEa.lt "EmxXtcblcX GOTTFRIED BREWING CO. Great Heathen TcmpIi'M. Serliipinntnni, or the city of Vishnu, In Mysore, ouu of the native utates of KOUtllLTll llllllll, llOlWL'IWCrt tllU hll'liCSt heathen temple In thu world. It com prises n mU;iiv, each wlilo of which Is a mile In length, aiul Inside of which n ru hIx other Bunren. Its walls nro 125 feet In height ami live feet thick. The jjrand hall In which the pUsi'lm iiKseuible Is Hiippotti'il by u thousand pillars, each cut from u hIukIo block of stone. There N a very largo and lmiKiilllccut lluddhlst temple at Itan kooii, whlcli Htauds upon a huge nioiiud of two terraces, the upper one of which Is KIU feet above the ground outside, and meuhiires tlOO feet by (IS.'i feet, the temple being reached by long (lights of steps. At Kortl there Is a most won derfiil temple hewn out of the lock The Interior Is decorated by cIok.i1 Urines of elephants and heathen del tics. It contains one largo central apartment, capable of accommodating Mime Sl.oiio pcioiH, In addition to uu merous halls ami passage. The givat est iihxeiiililiiu'o of heathen templo-i In one aiea Is at .liiggurnnuih, of rcorce, on the coiiht of Urlr-sn, the homo of the Nliieho god .liiKiuiiuitli, or thu "Lorn of the World." Within one Jnclo,uro are I'.'O temples, all fairly largo and grotesquely earved with llgures, ihe chief and largest oi.) being that of .lagnunnth, Using to a height of liii' feet. A Kent; Iruinp Ilaulc, Smith IMiaw, man. You mustn't bo daunted by trlllcs. Tho distance to the Klondike Is no obstacle whatever, llrown-1 know that, It's not the dis tance up there that I'm tlilnklny about. Siulth-What Is It, then? lJrowu Tho dlstauco from thero here, It Is far better to have one hand on a postotllcc than both eyes on a foreign mission. i (. r t. H a Sole Brewers and Bottlers of the Celebrated AMERICAN BREWING CO. ammmmmmmmWilTimJJVrtMaU -WkaWrnkfe. sraJfj5i(juaiBr -BREWERS OF THE- COLUMBIA and . MINNEHAHA Brands of LACER BEER. 922 North -Llilanc! Arenue, Chicago. JUNK' S BREWERY 1M. d"OJNrBL, Prop. 3704-3710 South Halsted St. Telephone! Yrti 18. CHICAGO. W. O. TEGTMEYER, Pres. and Treas. JOHN PL088, 8ecrtiry. wm niN BREWING GO, 781 to 831 Clybourn Avenue, Chicago, Telephone North 614. H Finest Lager and Bottled Beers. -(!-.W.I i- ."., ,t-av.tu. ts AttfUtf..?.. -t-, to!vsr.'mA hc &.& . 1 iifc L'n:-"J'--.i tl,. Stll .,,ftt