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lis'i THE OHIOAOO E-A-O-rjE!. 11' JOHN A ORB, me9iot:NT. WILLIAM LEONEP vienpncsT.ftTPC WILLIAM H.RiIHM, stencTAR REWERY Cg Xj. JS.. H.TT3B3TTT., Vioo :Exo t&s a."xoci 3EC. jOL. H-XJI32EE31J,, Sooiotary. WILLIAM RUEH wmw fg'lgJ'Jtf Ku3eS99B3hx. ItBBffflnBJBBJBBYBBBJBBJBaBBLaaMflBSHBflHHEBBa' TSHBMBMPiBiwJiXwtgLs YvMBBBYBBBrBBBBBBJi.: i-ivi "G; PISwft stride Brewery(o. Export Beer Cor. Augusta&Paulina Sts. f HICAGO. I LLLfnUINL VVLOI iei b U. S. A UMLNI IIAND, ft, a. Trtaa. QEOWB W. KBLLNER, Vict ftn. AUSTIN J. DOYLE, OmmtiI MatUfe United States Brewing Co., BREWERS OP FINE LAGER BEER. Main Office, Harrison 706. Brand Branch, Wast 385. Vartholomtc A Latent Branch, Nerth aic. Barthotomat A Reeslnf Branch, Main 407a. Brett Brothers Branch, North 405. K. O. Schmidt Branch, North 40a. Val Blatx Chicago Branch, Main 4357. aaWaafH ' Keeley Brewing Co., BRSWERS OF LAGER BEER. Foot of Twenty-eighth St. and Groveland Park Ave., Similar to the famous EngllBh Stout; and suporior to tho Wuerz burger aud otbor Imported beers Is tho now and de lightful dark beer, the "DOPPEL BRABU, 99 or double brew, now hand ' Bomely bottled tor family use by the PABST BREW. INQ COMPANY. N. E. COR. 8RANB AVE. AND DESPUINES ST., CHICAGO, ILL. TILEPHON I MAIN 43S3. IAMES H. HILDRETH, Pret.. FRANK LEDERER, Sio. ERNEST HUMMEL, Trail. SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH ST. Brewers of Lager Beer. Salvator! bbBRpbKJbbbB7 'bkSQbBBI fHLaBBBkt IbbbHULSIjmKv najBBjP' ap BREWING COMPANY 216 to 224 West 12th St., Chicago. Telephone Main 4082. W. G. RUEHL, Manager Bottling Department. -K!T83 3 &. agAHKJ kN SkbEDUk obW ,BBHBESJMBW!SBfBBW KmM mmBL ffrl'MW SfBsYifBBIBBBBBB) JBBaBtUBBBB .a" vBJBBUBBBBBBBBulrSBBBaY99KBBB.BBB ABiiaBei&BMBElEjBJBJBJEiBiErBJBJ ".a. .( "JbiSf f 4F BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrTii AlwiivKul -aa W - BBBr frfw TCL MAIN 4643 ,DKPWirttt&PwT& Imotycf CITIZENS' WILLIAM P. MAHONBY PrtildMt and Trtu.rtr. THOMAS J. NERNBY, Stcrttary. ALFRED HIERONIMUS, Bupt. uJ Brwr. " BREWING . 1 AND BAVARIAN BEER. Brewed of the finest BARLEY MALT and HOPS, weE 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. ftMIRAI. HIPP MEWING P.il W II 11 fl If Vki I I1b If I.II.M VVl SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE FOR i 898 G1EAT PROGRAMME. The Story ef the Nereliitlea by Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, to run throughout the year. (For the first Urns all the modern art forces and resources will be brought to bear upon the Revo lutldn. Howard Pyle and a corps of ar tists are making over too paintings and drawings expressly for this great work.) Captela A. T. Mshaa'a "The Amer ican Navy in the Bevolution," to be il lustrated by Carlton T. Chapman, the marine artists Harry Fenn, and others. Tbemss NeUun Pasro'a FIrat I.uajK Morel, "Red Rock A Chron icle of Reconstruction."- Mr. Page has devoted four years to the story, and he considers it his best work. (Illustrated by U. West Clinedinst.1. nudjrard KIbIIbs;, Richard Hardin Uavla, Joel Chaad ler llarrla, Geerce W. Cable, and others, are under engagement to contribute stories during 1898. Robert (.runt) Hearck-I.lRht I.(tera' replies to various letters that came in consequence of his "Re flections of a Married Man" and "The Opinions ol a Philosopher." Tho Worker a" in a new field Walter A. WyckofT, 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.) Tho Theater, Tho Mine, etc., will be treated in "The Conduct of Great Businesses" series (as were "The Wheat Farm," "The Newspaper," etc., in '97), with numerous illustrations. Lift at ttlrla Collegia like the articles on "Undergraduate Life at Harvard, Princeton and Yale," and as richly illustrated. Political IfcmluUcoHcea by Sena tor Hoar, who has been in public life for forty-five years. C. D. aibaoa will contribute two serial sets of drawings during '98, "A New York Day," and "The "Seven Ages of American Woman." tWThe full prospectus for '98 in tmall bMk form (Si pages), printed in two col ors, with numcrouiillustrations (cover and decorations by Maxfldd Parrisft), will bt sent upon application, postage paid. HUGE, 83.00 A YEAR, 5 OT8. A NUMBER Cir irlk8'Sohibnkr'iSonb,Nbw York Main Street and Archer Avenue. COMPANY CHARLES H. WACKER, Prei. aid Treat. THEO. 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.. -ggjmggmg- 2349 South Park Ave. CHICAGO. CHARLES H. WACKER President ADAM ORTSEIFEN Vice President H. T. BELLAMY Sec'y and Treas'r Telephone South 82B7. CHA3. J. VOPICKA, President. OTTO KUBIN, Treat, and Soc. 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. THE0D9RB OEHNE, Vice Pres. and Treas. JULIUS If. SCHILLER, Secretary. wsmMimm BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OP THE BELEBRATED. . . . BAVARIAN iBbHRID and 1 1 . SALVATOR . i and . . . Telephone South 8850. Extra Pale Beers. take Shore, foot of 2 7th Str ."'.a. n v i - , SJSk " ," 1 ,'-,,', J.v' 1'pfVi, tm.tr VS& 'tl ' nnfbt ?Ty,Q'..liy.',?,i'Afll'itl'il?!:iJvaJ!, t v' J'TJ.fyj.