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THE OHIOAOO EAGLE. aMOBaMoaaMOBMHav "aMOBaMOBaMOBaMOBaMMos siVobihobihobihom bihobihobihobihobihobihobiwI Lr ,KtJJiaMo(aMo(aMo(aMo(aMo(Hl aMoaaMoaHHar'T'' EoWMaaMOBaMOBaMOBaMoaaMHaMl HON. F. E. COYNE, U. 3. Collector of Internal Revenue. ITEMS OF INTEREST For the correct hat, patronize Dun lap, the Palmer House batter. Try "Almanarle" on the side. It won't cost you any more than bottled lake water. For tents, awnings and waterproof covers go to Murray St Co., 310-333 .South Canal street. These people are leaders In this line of goods. Make a lemonade from "Almanarls" water Tory fine. "Almanarls" Is equal to Imported water, and doesn't cost you any more than common old lake water, put up by local bottlers. One of the most successful and relia ble contracting firms In Chicago Is tbnt of Nash & Dowdle, suite 211 and 212, 145 LaSalle atreet, In the Itoanoke Building. The members of tbls firm are well known and most highly re spected by the most solid business men In Chicago. As n mixer with fino wines nnd liq uors, "Almanarls" has no equal. The oldest nnd most reliable Arm of city and county surveyors and civil en gineers Is tbnt of A. II. Summers & Son. If you bavo any work In their line, give them a call, ns It will pay you to do so, for they will please you. One of tho best-liked nnd most pop ular business men In Chicago Is Tom N. Donnelly, tho Jowclcr, nt 118 Dearborn Htreet. Mr. Donnelly enjoys the con fidence nnd patronage of tho very best people In Chicago, nnd If you want the host goods, In watches, dH "tends nud Jewelry, nt reasonable prices, the man to patronize Is honest Tom Dounclly, at IIS Dearborn street. The "Pan American' Is one of tho greatest places In Chicago. J. II. Cut ter's famous goods always on hand. Don't forget tho number 70 Monroe htreet, and give the "Pan American" a call. Mr. Kenneth McPherson, the popular merchant tnllor, at 'MO Ogden avenue, 1h turning out the finest winter suit ings on tho West Side. It will pay you to glvo Mr. MoPliereon.a call. AlmiimirN. "It Is the Water Llff." Head IVychlc Strewn. of There Is no better place- In Chicago to get a xipinre meal than the Hud welder, corner State nnd Mndlson Htrcets. This place Is owned and con ducted by Mr. Lukes, one of the best known nnd most popular caterers In Chicago. The Hudwelher makes n specialty of oysters nnd shell tls.Ii, and also serve tho tlnest steaks anil chops to be had in this market. One trial of "Almnnnrls" will con ylnce the most skeptical, Dunlnp's famous bats nnd silk um brellas are the best lu the world. One of the best places in Chicago to cet n square meal Is nt tho Masonic Teinph) Ite.Jinur.inr. corner Stato and Itandolph itrtfts. W. S. Hull, the cour teous manazir, is an experienced hotel man. He; has Hindu tlw Masonic Tem ple Koritnurnm "no of the most popular cntlir.; place-; in Chicago. Olvo Mr. Hull a cull. Man wants but little here below Hut, be It understood, No matter wbather high or low, That little must bo good; Which may explain why men of taste, Who always get tho best, Their head by Dunlap hats are graced When they would bo well drc-ed; Tor Dunlap blocks, the critics tell, In stylo and texture all excel. Try ft High Hall rmnli with Aliuan iirls Water. lis equal is unknown. Tho mlselblllty of Almnunrls Water Js rnaiToIaiis. Almanarls I.i a natural Mineral Wa ter. Aliuwiarls Is a positive stomach cor rective, , Kcogh. Si Ilannlfln ju? thg famous "Pan American" buffet nt "0 Monroe street. Give them n call. City Attorney Andrew J. llynn says: "My general health lias been greatly Improved by drinking 'Colorado Llthla Water.' " For fine livery patronize KUfelilt, SO Itacluc avenue. William The llnest carriages, most stylish turnouts and most careful drivers can bo ordered by telephone from .1. II. Ulrrcu's elegant stable, 217 and 241) Webster avenue. Murray & Company, who lead In the awning business, and who were located on Randolph street for eleven years, In vlte you to call at their new mammoth establishment, 829 to 333 South Canal street. The proprietors of this paper have an Ironclad rule against indorsing any kind of remedy or cure, 'Whether good, bad or Indifferent, unless wo know from personal experience what we uro talking about It Is with pleasure that we give our unqualified Indorsement to tho Colo rado Llthla Water, for we have used It In our families for Indigestion and Ithcumntlstn. This water Is sold at 142 La Salle street. "Almanarls" Is the highest located spring lu Wuukcshn, 100 feet above Fox Klver. Try n "high ball" made from "Al manarls" water; It won't cost you uuy more than lake water. Ask for "Almanarls," and Insist on having It. AliunnwN (linger Ale Is the best l'i the world. Try It. The telegraph mnnual Issued by the Western Electric Company will teach any ono tho art of telegraphy. To got a copy address Department 0 G, West ern Electric Company, 242 South Jef ferson street, Chicago, and Inclose 25 cents. Mr. A. O. Powers, tho Napoleon of mineral water commerce and Identified wllh the American Mineral Water Co., Iiiih shipped n consignment of "Al inanails" water to the Paris Exposi tion. We will next hear of honors ami medals. Ho has nlxt sold u cur load In Porto Itlco, where his ngent guaran tees the sale of ten thousand cases u year. "Almunnrls" Is u-ed on all trans oceanic steamers as n preventive of scn-slckuess, nausea, and Is an iuinII- lary to a delightful voyage. Tho "Psychic, Stream," a now book Just Issued from the press ami herald. lug tho advance thought of the new century, exprecd In fascinating nar rative, contains n true history of tho discovery of this electric water. Ev ery one should read It. A beautiful clotli'lmund volume of this thrilling j story of facts and experiences h class I le- will be given to every one purchas ing a case for lwnlly use. "Alinanails" Is put up in ouchalf gallons (still), riijarts, pints and half pints (parkllug), and N rapidly superseding Apollliiarls water, tho John the Hajitlst of "Al manarls." It Is lu all lli'st-class ho tels, re.i tail rants, mid lllio sample rooms, ami Is supplied by Hie Amer ican Mineral Water Co., 'J77 East Kin .! street. Phone, Central (Hi!. Minion' lleuini-kaliln Vitality. M. .Sardoii, the French dramatist, Is clu.e on 70, but he Is still a man of wonderful energy and vitality. Ho is never unlet. IIm Is a wonderful talker. Ho talks Incessantly and remarkably well, ami It Is very dlllieult for anyone In. his presence to get a share of tlio conversation. Ho Is Immensely wealthy and has hUong financial Instincts, Tlio I'olted States Senate. The a era go ago of tlio eighty-six men, ineiiibers-elcet of tho United States Senate, Is WJ yeais. I'ettus of Alabama U tho veteran, being "8 years, Hiitler of North Carolina Is tlio "kid," having seen only thlrly-Mx summers,--Utlcu Herald. Wages In New South Wales, III New South Wales tho government bus fixed tlio minimum wages of rail way laborers at 7 shilling, or about LJC a day. CAR LINCOLN RODE IN. Discovered In Hiillronil Prtip Pile at OiiiiiIiiIi Nctirn.kn. In nu old sernp pile of tlio Union Pn ctllc lliillrouil .vnrds In Onmlin W the Iron-cliiil ear which Abraham Lincoln (IohIriioiI ntiil iiolmI ns tils traveling enr during llii! civil war. In this conch, nmld salilo docornllmis nnd trappings of jsrlt-f, tho hoily of tlio martyred Pres ident was drought to Sprlugnold, III., for burial. It Is one bf the most notable historic relics, nnd yet for years hns lain battered and disused In a mhss of rubbish, Not long ngo. when Hooker T. Wash ington was In Ouinlia, he beard of the Id enr nnd went down to the yards to look It orer. Ills visit resulted In A movement to resurrect the old Lincoln ear nnd preserve It ns a relic of the closing chnptcr In the career of tho great emancipator. When 1'resldeiit Lincoln designed the car nnd It was built, nearly forty years ngo, It was the marvel of the railroad rilKSIUKNT MSCOt.Jt's CAM At IT OW APPRARS. world. The coach was built In the mill tary shops of Alexandria, Vs., and was known as the President's car. To pre vent tho bullets of Confederates or as sassins passing through the mahogany sides of the President's car It waa Iron clad, armor plate being set beneath the upholstered sides of the coach to make It entirely bullet-proof. The largest of the compartments was used as the President's study, nnd the sofa on which he rested nnd slept was fifteen feet long, being a reminder of the great height of the President It was In this car that Lincoln always went to the front, nnd there arc many bullet holes, Indicating that the President was In the hnblt of getting close to tbo fir ing Hue. The Union Pacific bought the car In 180(1, and Sidney Dillon used It as tho President of the road, but Its great weight because of Its armored sides' in ado It objcctlounblc, nnd for many years It has ben Isolntcd In tbo yards. The car Is forty-two feet long nnd eight nnd one-half feet wide. Thcro Is but one entrance, and this opens Into a nar row passageway the whole length of tho car. There wcro three compart ments, nnd all wcro elegantly uphol stered nnd furnished with reclining chairs. Tho President's compartment was decorated with panels showing the coat of arms of the various States, and the other rooms were padded with crim son corded silk. The car was mounted on four-wheel trucks. From April 21 to May 3, 180.1, this car was In use as a funeral coach for the murdered Presi dent's remains. Wit ana Wisdom or Josh Billings. Health Is a loan nt call. A mule Is a bad pun on a horse. Wheat Is a serial. I am glad of It A fib Is a Ho painted In water color. Ignorauco Is tho wet nurso of pre judice. Did you ever hear a very rich man- sing? We havo made. Justice a luxury of civilization. Wit without sense Is a razor without a linmlte. Old ngo Increases us In wisdom and In rheumatism. Time Is money, and many pcoplo pay their debts with It. It Is enslcr to bo a harmless dove than a decent serpent. Henovolence Is tho cream on tho milk of human kindness. l'aco all things; even Adversity Is poll to to a man's face. Beware of tho man with half-shut eyes. He's not dreaming. Peoplo of good sense nre those whoso opinions ngreo with ours. It Is llttlo trouble to a graven Image to bo patient, even In fly time. Half tho discomfort of life Is tho re sult of getting tired ourselves. Humor must fall out of a man's mouth like music out of a bobolink. Necessity Is tho mother of Invention, but Patent Ilight Is tho father. Most men nre like eggs, too full of themselves to hold anything else. Pleasure After Necessities. A lady living in the Eighteenth ward answered a knock nt her door the oth er morning to find a poorly dressed woman, greatly In need of help. Hoi tale excited sympathy In tho kind lady's heart. When tho poor woman left slio carried a big bundlo of clothes nnd a sack containing many of the ueccssarles of life. Tho next morning thcro appeared at tho sanio door a 7-year-old urchin ol ruddy countenance, who somewhat shocked tho Indy of tho house with this: "Say, that lady you guv tho things to yesterday wants to know If you've jcot a pair of skates that mo brothei can wear." Salt Lake Herald. Quliiinn In the United Htiitcs. Tho olllclal figures show that thero wcro Imported last year Into this coun try ,r):!),0."H,7."0 grains of quinine, or about twenty grains for each Inhabit ant. Moro than V.'fi.OOO.OOO grains woro consumed by Ciiltcd .States soldiers during tho last year, and It Is stated that tho peoplo of this country consiunu one-third of tho quinine of tho world. Voting Crocodile.. The moment that a young crocodile breaks Its shell It Is to nil intents nnd purposes ns active as at any tlmo dur ing Its life. It will imiku straight for tho water, oven If It bo out of sight and a good distance off, and It will pursue Its prey with eagerness and nglllty dur ing tho first hour of lie free existence 1, argent Wooden Structure. The Parliament building In Welling ton, Now Zealand, Is tho largest wood en structure In thu world. A friend Js a man you like better every tlmo you seo him; an enemy Is a man you hute woisu every tlmo you ire him. When a poor woman has n baby, she hires a nurse, but a rich woman gets her mother or !tw to do the bard . I" I .J . .j.M ' ...j H. H. CARR CO., Commission Merchants, 54 BOARD OF TRADE BLDG. Itocoive Grain and toodo on Conolgnmont. uy and tell for Futuro Delivery on margins. TIL. I2t3 MAIN. Osedf f . flflfcyer $ Bfo., MANUFACTURERS OP FINE SAUSAGE. Hotels. Restaurants and Saloons Supplied With Choice Cuts of Beat and Pork. 'Phono 785 North. John C. Schubert & Co. FLORISTS Tolophono Main S3M. 5. W. Corner Wabash Ave. and Monroe St. t Chicago Finance Co. ...LOANS... Tel. Central 1060. 85 Dearborn Street, - Suite 304. CHICAGO. THOMAB NASH. Tolophono NASH & DOWDLE ofttf&etof$. 146 La Salle St., Box 378 Builders JAMES A. SACKLEY, ' SUCCESSOR TO SACKLEY k PETERSON. Street Pavements, Excavating. Offlco, 307 Chamber of Commoroo Idg. Telephone Main 3S62. CHICAGO. ' Dock and Mill: North Sangamon St. and Chicago River. 1 6 Cents lIOMVriRIIHiMIBIELPARTt WALL IMCI REQUIRE! IDlSM INCHES .XaBBBBBBlVVOmBBBl $30 Per Year FORAN OFFICE EXTENSION DESK TELEPHONE Sav time and annoyance Telephone on your desk. Chicago Telephone Co. CONTRACT MTiV-lM Waektafiea St SPICIAL WIRIt. 815 TO 201 SIDQWIOK ST. JOHN DOWDLE, Control 1445. Rooms 211 and 212. and Traders' Exchange. Per Day FOR A Residence Telephone Ln Distance In.trurotnt. Flrst-Class Service by having a ', 'JSi v" -O Oj lrMS ROIERT SAUCE WATSON, Buptrvlilng Architect, SUtt of Illinois. Watson & Bazleton, ARCHITECTS. i Fisher Building, Chicago. ,. BERNARD F. WEBER, Sewer e Common Brick Office: 100B 204, Mo. 84 Li Salle St Tolophono Main 100. VABDBt Wober Station, O. &, N. W. Hy. DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OP CHICAOO AND STATIONS ON C. N. W. RV. WILLIAM MAYOR, Pre. William Mavor Company, CONTRACTORS iiND! Telephone Main J48a. Established ltl. F. J. SWITZER, r DEALER Ml Wall Paper and Window Shades. PAINTERS' SUPPLIES. . Brushes, Paints, Oils, Glass, Etc 1391 W. Madison St. Telephone APKFP AINTY lM-ltf MailMi St, TELEPHONE VhUV2 ...Special After-Theater Menu... The Budweiser. QERMAN-AMER1CAN RESTAURANT. LOUI8 LUKES, Prop'r. Drexel Cafe, Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.... Mamil Ln Cuter u Bar. Steaks, Chops and Shell Pish Our Specialty. Masonic Temple Restaurants- OPEN TILL MIDNIGHT. . ..PRIVATE SUPPER ROOMS... State and Randolph Ots.. " aMaiai'aiaiaain' " H. T. HAZLETON. JOHN MAYOR, Sec. Mtf Treat. Rooms 703 74i No. 167 Dearbora St. 2026 W. Madison St. West lOOCE. VIENNA. NEW 1NOLAND, OOUN1V FAIR. DADDY DOLLAR. BREAD. 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