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DOYLB, Osterei Msssff, United States Brewing Co., BREWERS OF FINE LAGER BEER. Mala Office, Hanitea 706. Brand Branch, Waat a8g. artaelotnsB Latent Branch, Narth aio. Bartaetomst ft Roaalng Branch, Mala 49jf. Bnwt Braihars Branch, Narth 4ag. K. 0. Schmidt Branch, North jee. Val Blatx Chkaga Breach Mala 4317. Keeley Brewing Co., BREWERS OF LAGER BEER. Foot of Twenty-eighth St. and Groveland Park Ave., JAMES H. HILDRETH, Pret. FRANK LEDERER, tto. ERNEST HUMMEL, Trill, SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH ST. 4 Brewers of Lager Beer. Salvator! Those Who Appreciate. ... a native puro malt and hops beer surpassing all others equal and In some respects superior to the ex pensive Imported beers should try PABST'S now "DOPPEL BRAU," or double brew, just put up In bottles for tamlly use. PABST BREWING COMP'Y N. E. Csr. Orasl Ay. sad DttelalKS St, TetttfttMMalatiU, CHICAQO. aatw gTak aaaaa, wff Ewu!aiu3fcX.jBF" yMkjCMtav9jBja BErVwB'S'BElflBJBFEfi'EBBBBBw En ETHfelf bH&EEuSj9CP aada tr 2zswM8mwmlttit 62J. KjfUGOdtef TCL MAIN 4943 iipJjWiirie&ciPccT CITIZENS' WILLIAM P. MAHONEY PrttMtst and TrtatNNr. THOMAS J. NERNEY. Secretary. ALFRED HIERONIMUS, Supt. and Brtw.f. BREWING Main Street and Archer Avenue. COMPANY k.Vf jsxnjuL AND BAVARIAN BEER. Brewed of the finest BARLEY MALT and HOPS, well aged. Are now ready for delivery in wood or glass.' Please send orders through our agents or delivery men, by mail, or Telephone South 350. Bottling Dept, TeL South 869. CONRAD SEIfFbREWINB CO. I i. SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE FOR i 898 A GEEA.T PROGBAMME. The atari ef the Ksvslatlsa by Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, to run throughout the year. (For the first time all the modem art forces and resources will be brought to bear upon the Revo lution. Howard Pyle and a corps of ar tists are making over too paintings and drawings expressly for this great work.) Captala A. T. MaaaaV'Tne Amer ican Navy in the Revolution," to be il lustrated by Carlton T. Chapman, the marine artist; Harry Fenn, and others. Thomas Nelssa Pace's First Lea IVsrel, "Red Rock A Chron icle of Reconstruction." Mr. Page has devoted four years to the story, and he considers it his best work. (Illustrated byB.WestClinedlnst.) Baear Klpllaa, Klea.tr rlsMr Davis, Jsel Caaad. ler Harris. George W. Cattle, and others, are under engagement to contribute stories during 1898, tMrt Grant' IJearca.Ma-ht Letters" replies to various letters that came in consequence of his "Re flections of a Married Man" and "The Opinions ol a Philosopher." The Worker" in a new field Walter A. Wyckoff, the college man who became a laborer, will tell all about his experience with sweat-shop laborers and anarchists in Chicago. (Illustrated from life by W. R. Leigh.) The Theater. The 9fllae, etc., will be treated in "The Conduct of Great Businesses" series (as were "The Wheat Farm,,"The Newspaper," etc., in '97), with numerous illustrations. Life at Girls' Colleges like the articles on "Undergraduate Life at Harvard, Princeton and Yale," and as richly illustrated. Polities! RemlulHceaces by Sena tor Hoar, who has been in public life for forty-five years. 0. 1. Glbaea will contribute two serial sets of drawings during '98, "A New York Day," and "The Seven Ages of American Woman." tSTllie full prospectus for '98 in small book form t4 pages), printtd in two col on, with numerous illustrations (cover and decorations by Maxjleld Parrish), Kill be sent upon application, pottage paid. PRICE, 93.00 A YEAR, 25 OT8. A NUMBER Clf 1RLES' SORIBNKR's SONS.Ng W YORK CHARLES H. WACKER, Pro. ud Treai. THE0. HOHENADEL, Secretary. ? TELEPHONE 4331 The Wacker & Birk Brewing Co., BOTTLERS OP THE CELEBRATED "Wiener" and "Ulmer" Table Beer. 171 North Desplaines Street. McAVOY BREWING CO., 2349 South Park Ave. CHICAGO. CHARLES H. WACKER President ADAM ORTSEIPEN Vice President H. T. BELLAMY Sec'y and Treas'r Telephone South 8257. CHA5. J. VOPICKA, President. OTTO KUBIN, Trees, end v. ATLAS BREWING CO., .BREWERS OP THE. BEST and MOST HEALTHFUL BEERS IN THE MARKET TRY THEM! 684 to 706 Blue Island Avenue, Chicago. JOHN A. ORB, President. THEODORE OEHNE, Vice Pres. and Treas. JULIUS H. SCHILLER, Secretary. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OP THE BELEBRATED .... &r m- (77 0 4 aHaaUaaaaaKlltttSl laWHaVaaaaaWl aaaaHaaaaaaaaBaamlliBaaaeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl BAVARIAN . . . and ... SALVATOR s Telephone South 8850. Extra Pale Beers. Lake Shore, foot of 27th Streets