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Chicago eagle. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1889-19??, November 05, 1898, Image 11

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BREWERS OP
FINE LAGER BEER.
Main Office, Harrison 706. Brand Branch, Wast 385.
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TILEPHON I MAIN 43S3.
IAMES H. HILDRETH, Pret..
FRANK LEDERER, Sio.
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SOUTH CHICAGO
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THOMAS J. NERNBY,
Stcrttary.
ALFRED HIERONIMUS,
Bupt. uJ Brwr. "
BREWING
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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.
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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..
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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
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TRY THEM!
684 to 706 Blue Island Avenue. Chicago.
JOHN A. ORB, President. THE0D9RB OEHNE, Vice Pres. and Treas. JULIUS If. SCHILLER, Secretary.
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