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fry opftfwwfi. yaVwpH1 TSBOTiwiSISSKnl JWMjiijiujj n 10 THE OHIOAQO HSLOlLiE, I: r i i v. 'A h H f H Jt i'f Et I i i , I I ,2 1 V i. . p III MXXHXXXXXXXXXXXKttXXXXXXXX it ... l r iJt.... j iiCHICAGOj ' ' Southwest Cvr. Clark and Washington St.. 3 C ' I Oonoslte Court House and Cltv Hull. W 91 3t )l it WAfiNRK & HAI ISCHII P. Prnns. t ' ' - - - - '--X --.- ,----, . vrw. KXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXHHHHHHHHH The Finest Buffet in the City. UNITED STATES BREWERS' ASSOCIATION. OFFICERS FOR 1897-98. President C. Wm. Bergnkr, Philadelphia. Vice-President Rudolph Brand, Chicago, ad Vice-President Isaac Danendero, New York. Secretary Richard Katzenmayer, New York. Treasurer Wm. G. Rinoler, New York. TRUSTEES. C. Wm. Beroner, Chairman, Philadelphia. Elmwood Buffet mmm AD Family Resort. FRED MUELLER, PROPRIETOR. Tel. Oakland 475. 176.. 39th Street. fcU MANAOIM t&Tctm tarvfwrtrwKmm uannuimi tntr KMJxjaxasbinmx!if w&sai &zi ( INCOMPOHATKO ) mmawmwmwmfoM)kwmwmmWMih. IMFtMre WfNlS & LI 74-Yan Burei St, CSiRANDOLPn.STtf mdxvd fob roioi zzmx. ttUORS yM Merman Straud, Pittsburg. Henry H. Reuter, Boston. Chas. G. Pankow, Buffalo. Wm. Hoffmann, New York. Gottfried Krueoer, Newark. Gustav G. Pabst, Milwaukee. John.Goetz, Jr., Cincinnati. Paul A. Seeoer, Baltimore. Joseph Theurer, Chicago. Henry Nicholavs, St. Louis. Chas. Class, Philadelphia. John W. Brown, Brooklyn. wwyWMWM CHAIRMEN OP COMMITTEES. J. Chr. G. Hupfel, New York, Chairman Advisory Committee. N. W. Kendall, New Haven, Chairman Vigilance Committee. Henry H. Reuter, Boston, Chairman Publication Committee. Gallus Tiiomann, New York, Manager Literary Bureau. John McCormick, Headquarters for All Kindt of WHISKIES " CIGARS. 3636 Cottage Grove & 3701 Armour Ave., CHICAOO, ILL. . J. H. BRUNJES, SampleRoom and Cafe. 10 and 12 Madison St., Chicago. Telephone 4675 nln. National WILLIAM H. RKHM, Pre. JACOB r. RIHM, Vie Wm. OUSTAV HEttKRT, JR., Traas. too. Brewing Tkliphoni Canal 224 Company COR. LINCOLN AND I8TH ST8.9 CHICAGO The Best Brewing Company OF CHICAGO. FLETCHER AND HERNDON STS. Telephone Lalio View HO. Delivered to Any Part of the City. $1.50 Per Case of. Two Dozen Bottlea. &Mi&cm&t HVXsLlt Extract GOTTFRIED BREWING CO. RELIC OF NAPOLEON. Prlcele. l'o.etlon of n Woman Drowned on the HnurHOKiic. Mile. Mnrlu I'oncy, who lost her II to liy tliu Hliiklng of tho French Hti'nmur L11 IiuurttoKiii', wiih n RovoniosH In tlio family of a wealthy dry kooiIu tlenlor of Manhattan and nho wax u young woman of exemplary life, While hIiu lived In llrooklyu hIiu nttended tlio lit tle French I'lniri'h at Woodliaven under the lnlulstrutlons of l'nutor I.mlor. Shu Intended to Bnetid tlio summer with friend In I'arU and Oeueva, and when hIio snllud ou the vessel Hho was over joyed at the ehauco of neelnjj relatives whom Hlie had not visited since her ar rival In this country. Miss Policy left In the residence of her friend, Mrs. .Tae- qunrd, a number of books, sheets of music and other possessions, which she Intended to use on her return to this country. The fact that she expected to come homo soou was evidenced wheu Mr. Jnctiuard found among her effects one of her most prized treasures, name ly, a portion of the cockade worn by Napoleon at the battle of HI vol 1 on Jan. 14, 1707. Napoleon hnd bceu only mar ried to Josephine about a year then ami he pave her Ills plumes wuru at the battlo as a keepsake. When ho went to Egypt the Duchess of Siixe-Uotlm sent M. Do la I.iunlu to Josephine for some souvenir of the great general, and Jose phlno gave tlio messenger the pluiuu and told Its story. A portion of It was given to Miss Policy's father nud ho hnd It framed In a gold medallion. This was the treasure of the poor young womnii who sailed on the Ilotirgogne, and, fearing that It might go astray, she had left It, with her other effects, with her friends, tho Jncqiiards. The memento Is labeled "Fragment du pnu uclio de Itomiparto a la ltatallle de III voll, le 14 Janvier, 1707." The family regards the keepsake as priceless, Hostou Transcript. A Dungs roue Fad. Paris has a new fad the hypoder mic injection of perfume. The Idea is snld to have been discovered by a Kp ular French actreq, who noticed, afier taking nu overdose of morphine, that the odor of the drug ox Imled from her iMxly. Hho developed this Idea by using different perfumes In tlio same way. As a cousequeuce, she exhales tho breath of different Mowers overy day in tho week, or did until a physi cian jwlnted out to her that this idea was dangerous, as, unless the perfume was absolutely pure, It might cause blood-polsoiilug. "WURZBURGER" AND "PRIMA BEER INDEPENDENT BREWING ASSOCIATION. Te!phen.N.rth643. 586 tO 6l2 NOfth 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 LEEB, Manager. CHICAGO BRANCH, Cor. Krl and Union Its. TILIPHONK MAIN 4317. The Peter Schoenhof en Brewing Co. JOSEPH THEURER President. CARL BUHL, Vic Pruldent. I. J. NOCKIN, JR., Seo'y and Trm'r. maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamaaawaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawaaaaaaMXaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw Brewers and Bottlers of High Grade Beers. MAIN OFFICE: Corner Canalport Avenue and West 18th Street. Vle?li.oi& Ctesiml BOTTLING DEPT.: Burlington Street, near 16th, Vlx23.osie OavxxmX BB4. Sole Brewers and Bottlers of the Celebrated HpBv AMERICAN BREWING CO f It's BLISS to fors.t your ltt. ACor Halve remov.. ev.ry com very time without, lln or h.rro. Hold bjr ll druigUti, or malted (or IV cent. hot. GIANT CIIBMlOAb CO., 800 ciMrr Vkilm. 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