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GRAND EAl'IDS HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ip. 1S9 - Our new line of Cloth ing for Fail aud Winter in all th new shapes an. I fabrics is now ready for inspection. We will Ih j.lrasetl to ehow you the same. Gardner S: Baxter . CITY NEWS IM B'tr. Karl L. DSonbre, a .rraluata of th Uu vera ty tJ w Yoi.aa4 Wanr-tre- In a, icraduAt U C'u.yrity J of V.rauaf A a ur nll aicJ.ct prao Li.O'ierV sworn sU'.eaial w.th tho Cjua'.y cieri yesteniaj. Thr was aci informal bop Kiysn by tha Ciiit f Guari unman!, ataly aft.r U.r.r anil last -ul trJ'rt coui-Im r treat to b.d tha boys ; K .l-tya Ufore Ueir pil-rima to f Ci.ar.- Southwirta of Ch-csjo and Jru:. tt. Voauur f Iudo, au-1 E4- j jar liuo.3n oi Ver-unes, aui Ka . ur iay tyjaitlc HoK'omb la h oiic. J n;!v' La!;. comer tr Waterloo ana - trr-t m tTenia ai ow. Kr:.' T. IHpIy of Uonlou, with tLe Lvt t ucal uiediUQit w.ll be tnre. Viii Calkiua aod ifa, Ih ller. Pr. Jitkaoa, t;i Iy. Ir. Ilfrabya and w U. and the K. Vaa K.r'A" went to IVai. n Uarlor yraterday to attend the a aal l'.jtit tiate coteut:oa. 1 he four jol.tital partie hae com plied WiUi tr.e .renint3 of the law, aad hue filed with to county clerk I cwrtififd :t of candidat s to b toted for at the comia? fclect:oo. i:arn- 'Jomniaadery No. 4 United Fr.-n 1, will tire a daooe in the A. O. U. W. bail, corner Weil Fulton and Jerson straeL. Thuraday eyenioj. oi.vt coaiaianJery. United Friendi, w.ll hold a pdro party at Golden Fajle tall, corner of icnbner and V'tst linJi: atrteu. thia eyeain. J. W. Cloterbous fcaa te,;un the fj'ir:Ut.oa for a new hou on Wealthy i..;iu, nar th cornr of Wealthy ateaue aad Carleton atreet. Th" i:ty. lr. Charles Fluhrer is la Tort Uuroa. where he will mate an ad drem at tn laying of a corner atone of a new Uuiyeral;.i church. Mr. Charlet Dafidwn waa called to F-vAEitoa. III., yesterday oa accouat of tas prions lllaeM of Mra. G. Ktllogf, wao formerly resided here. Mr. Artaur IMt n, wbo for lareral years lias teen a clsrlt tor Mora &C fca goae to Daasviile, 111., to go into tu:aes for himself. Tha youasc folks at the Irrinf are ii-m-Pij int;tat;ons for a Halloween pt dr ;arty to be held Monday eyenirj4 U:totr CI. Joph Krnse and Edward Pitch are putting up handsome boildinjr on the corner of Coldwell street and .First :reet. I. II. Armstrong: is laying the foun dation of a $3,000 resideace on Wealthy arenae near Carleton street. Mr. an t Mrs. Will. am Loie haye re tnrnfd from Boston, where they have let-u T.s.tiaj fr.ends. Ir. I. M. lireen has returned from t wf. k's y;;t in tha eaiura part of ;he sute. Mrs. W. M. Fowler left yesterday for Chicago to visit frixnds during the ded ication. A clavs in literature will meet with Mrs. Jennie Brudi on Flamfield avenue Fndsy. The finest bank in the city is the new stite bank, corner Fearl aod Ottawa. 'Iry ;t. Mr. W. H. Lohdell and Miss Allie IxtJell will It-ave today for Cnicago. Mrs. E. E. Wa ker went to Chicago 7frday for a few daya' yiit. W.ll Heiatzman has bejun to build a res d:ae on Hope avenue. E. t . l "iven worth has rtturned from L mdor., nt. Irn Mi Daniels has returaed from Alan. p SEN TOIS FliYE JI ART MAN'S hal; luurUy evening. Hartal Psr Jnt' Iiikti:ia, n i.te. s 2i years. No. ;?' Hultrworln atlPIi; treenwod. !.f Jan Marknsm, a9 -I year, No. HtniHJuy.il; F.ilto.i ?tret. Mary Wc.Fr. TJyar. I.it'.le S;ters; St. V.dri-w. Jonn Ilrt n, 70 yer, Vn towi;.:-.:p: Hiorham, Maine. lVtr r't'fot). 11 year, N ). C'il West l.ifird sir ft; dreawjod. I'eter- iirK Vaa Fok. 4 years, No. o4 North lo.;:a s:ret; (JreDWd. Conta ous Uiacass. fr. J. M. K:ano2n, as , Nf. (!:t cfi trt, wtiot'OirsT cntuh. Alice Writ, a: l yar. s Mey street, tyi-i.c! -l fsr. II. Hudson, ate 5 years. Can' I oqp. typhoid fersr. Mi.r lit LlCm-a. fil:al't f' ,,,, mrT!i U nM ;'. I ! .' v it't;'l. t r th n vm-m. ri I-t ;-n v:jH'4i th elf " 1 -s j t.a & t r f. l ri': Vrf ; A. ary r.-l'.. Af. K. .1 4. a;;tio9 . ."Ssn i r arS- m.n ,b f . . 24 'JO -fj. t ' .: J'9'ii n. . n w, ... r tx. Aina J. --h-.1 iei-. Real Kta TrsTsfera. v.r 1 t W - I H'iry irn- '. 't "V k'' ?! t. J fi ' -.. (I. ; t I S -jt . f . V: t 11 t, IVt!" fr-rt- J , i , ,.,r r .;. ,, 1 j. .n H. , ti. 1 ,ii 1, W, (,!.. I t - i 4 Si r' . M t . l.-t 11. :l :i -. i-i.t ut . 3 .t H'i H e A K. .!!.' ?. ' -t .i'v lt t r v-' !V - r '..!! . i.'t , ,4 t -. -i . W'TI-"-. ; R .' II - a m If 1 r I ' r ( JI'iM 11.1 v- ' t vi n i m !J ft i,t V, F'ti- : t ivi l.S 1.TT a'r V r Cream of Tartar U.cd in Aimioas ot Homes CBer!.e W. Watt's to JaTi-s G. Aex-4-f. ii i, iu i. W ief an-..- r. . Jta ialre U Lia:aitU lr. lure, a.-a. 1 t V. A a iff 1 fc.rs a-.ti.a3l lt ).t . &. S. AcBiiUitit. Uir-t A. M. ju te Kufi; rt. tot Us 1, tvi'.il A Ttve U .. - H..iia.er L.rei-1 l Ti.cm r O ai. 1 aal wte, ae!,et A . .me VV. Ri4 i reur PUatu.a. i. ueU aaa a.'-a e- ct e ; t,.. j.r .. I t t i' iuui to Paul Niu'.i, w I ; r VA 1 , i:. - 4 ue'4 ot ue;4 o; s: U eleW - 800 sj.0 Keep OS ih i.nzzaj. A tarn U Ur la t itJiJa:- oas katidaSti tr.A aa- hoUAa-1 i -fa firU. ill for 3 jm vi n e .a nif- fOiJ. It tiru: iialj. u-' jpci-l it: rtiutj by fortJia tyti fcy a r t iera m!l:tfit il1 iicfu a. i I. u4 !ur, b i l-ju i ?." ittmeit. dumb iu aal w Utet- tr uci tx B:ttr. wi: :j u a o 5 crf ofts must ost nt t rino!mffU wtiicfi rel?t ta i-tlaof fliary ipl fcal Iti :iL( of rrinu ta ta tivriu !i Lro tao iLon :o'.rnt -iupton) r uthl Cuatii.i:i. liver c-i:ipi n:. '.y yilaaai tUney trjule r .wy rc.ijoi BLTTElt THAN A BANK. This U tha Day Th Star Cloth ing Company's Groat 3ila. The btar Cioihin house avrrtied a Ur9 tale of cioin.uz tor today tnat tht - y bought .f a larjo Ctuca-j cloth- n.i iruiu aad from the remarks we hav heard fur tne laat threw days we should jtuige taiy will have more tuau thiy can attend to. We see tht-y advertise boys' all-wool suit $J, worth f, an! alo $3, worth $5, and men's suits VuoO, 45, 7.Co aud $10, worth double as muca, and in overcoats they arc offenuR a light colored kersey, we thiak worth $12 to $15, but they ar only $7.50. Good wcann; pants 51, worth $2, and other great brjr,aii.i; and we know that the Star would not buy these goods unless taey w-ro in gool condition. We advise our friends to call at tne btar Clothing house sale. IN THE EAST. Preparing for the Holiday Trade Handsome Nove tlea. The displays of handsome novelties made by J. C Herkner, the well-known jeweler, are always of the highest order. Especially so can this bs said of his holiday exhibits. Each year's collection of el.'gaat jewelry, costiy gems aad bric-a-brao eclipses the pre ceding year's display aad for the rap idly approaching holiday trade Mr. Herkner promises to surpass all former efforts. At present the gentleman is east making his selections. During his so journ m the great metropolis be visited all of tho leading retail jewelry estab lishments for the purpose, of learning the latest fads that are to bs placed tfore the eastern public, he made notes of what he saw and is now eaabled to secure the largest aad most complete assortment of imported nov elties be has ever shown. Admirers of rich and elegant goods in Mr. Herk ner's line, may expect soon some rich feasts for their eyes to rest upon. EXTRAORDINARY. Manufacturer' Closing Out Sals. The Giant Clothing company an nounces to the clotaing buyers of Grand Rapids and Western Michigan that havicg closed out at an extremely low figure for cash the entire stock of Wile, btern A Co., of Rochester, N. Y., it will begin Wednesday morning the greatest Tow-priced sale of ciothing ever held in Michigan. Great manu facturers cannot att'ord to carry over stock from season to seasoa (styles change and goods deteriorate in value so much,) so a spot cash offer from Mr. May bought this great stock of fine clothing at less thaa half its real value. Lest this great amount of goods, many' thousands of dollars in value, should become an "elephant on its hands," the Giant will sell it at a very little advance over cost, feehn eur that this great public-t enehttiug sale will amply repay it in the way of ad vertising, and advertising of the best kind favorable comment. Giant Cloth ino Companv, Canal and Lyon streets. For Facial Treatment. Mrs. a. Mott from New York City begs leave to call the attention of tne ladies cf Grand Rap-.ds to her latest Parisian method of facial treatment, which removs wrinklet, strengthens tissues and restores the complexion t- its youthful freshness. Have tan la; est steaming process. l.Y.gnt and creams for hardening and retinitis th skin. Will carry a lull line of toilet atticls. Sne is alo proprietor of th world renowned Kali, the tet known remedy for p.mples, 1 ruckles, n uh nevs, eczema and all skin bir miie. It removes all impurities from the face. The skin becomes bright, iresi., soft and clear. It makes the skin healthy by removing the impunt:s and restores the youthful bloom. Thoas who wish to avail themselves of her professional strvires will lin I tier at Mrs. i;ynoia s Jiair i'ren.nc rar lors 1- South Division stre-t, Grand Rapids, Mich. l adies will be treated at tneir bous-a if they desire. A cours of lectures by eminent women at Ladies' Literary cluh, Mud don street. F.ret lercire Oi-toU r 2 , Mre. Lite Meriwthr, "Th-' Silent Seven;" December 0, Mrs. trr; I.ias Chapman, "A Lever of Power;" Janu ary I), l., Mrs. ( lara Ih rKk Cclhy, " 1 he Doll's H use;" Februsry 4, An r Shaw, nw iTtnre, "Chivalry;" Marrh 14, Suan R. Anthony: sii'jrt amou-jrl !fr. C-ur- t..kts $1. For aale at Palmer, Mtecii Co.'s, Monroe street. I" 20 Chicago and Return. For t?i Wt-rld's Fair dd;riry cr nion es at Chw sc etoUr io, 21 an 1 22. the D., O. (I. A M. ra ly s-nl !! t:rket to t hiesgo and reiurn, v a fJrand Havn and 'oidr r i I T,- f-r f ".. inclading lrth. l,rkts ft- d ecmc Cn t. tr I V '-, 21 an 1 iooi far rtnrn'r t up to an 1 mc!u t ng M n day, October 2. 1. J txrs Cswrflri.i . "ity Agnt. Tarlor fnrnitur of all k nds at ComDtoa F'irnituM Co , 7J south Di vision street. a Kin ovdeii rodder. No A mo n i a ; N A, tttt. 40 Years the Si Busestior.s fcr a Suiumar Inp. If J0d w:a.u to take tt? tr:? of a i.fe t.aie. turt :iae ths lof raU excursion ; t.tkta eold ty all principal imea la tt ! I'li.ted JrLAa aoa Canada v.a tne I Nurthrr:; I'ac f.c ra.lrutd to Wl'.ow j eti.a Natiocil l'ara", tc.ic coast aad ! Alaeaa. iLe t;:p is irjae with the h'ghest de ; jr of codifort la tu eltaat ytati ; tuled tra,.'. of tne Ntrtbra I'aoiSc i ra Iroad, wiiifhtarry diR.ai cars aad 'u thr oes I'ulioiaa alert c-rs from . CL.csjjo, St. 1'aul and Miaueapolis to : Moutaiiiand the Pac ric cuJt. without j cl.aag, -'d special Puihnaa s ffners ! iriu St. l'aul aad M.uneapolia to Vtl- ljwt.jiie i'nik. ! Tr.- acfnery ea rute is the mot ' aiia tit. to t-'i fau'id ia ttia vea ! states tdrouiJii which the road passes, i i'.aut.Iul mouut.im, nirer. salleys, i lakes aad puit.a lollow racu otber iu i rarid succrU)! t delijtal trie tourists j who wi i aUo find iuUrest ia the aKn- cuiMral, iniijini, iuilncit, industrial atid ottier mi rts a-ociated with the development oi the rr-at northwtst. Tlie crosciti:g: filory of the tr:p through th norltiwest, however, is th y 1 l to Vel!owU'n Park, the land of hot pr.I.';, jjeyi-er aad gorgeous can oni, and to Alaska, witti its endless M ( i hannels, sa.jwcapptd peaks, In d.&a villaf s aud icuut (iavit-rs. If you w.sa to investigate tuissuft;es tioa further s-nd to Charles S. Fee, general paengfr agent, N. P. R. R., St. Paul, Minn., for copies of the hand somely illustrated Wooderlaad" rook, Yellowetone Park acd Ala.-ka folders. The excursion for Detroit will leave via I., L. i N. at 7:00 a. m., October SO, aud get to Detroit a' out U:C0 a. m. Leave, returning, at S p. m. Tickets aUo gornl oa night tram, leaving De troit at 11 p. m. HARTMAN S HALL, THURSDAY evening, Senator Fry. Elks' excursion 30, via D., L. & N. to Detroit October Round trip, $3.o0. Modarn i Railway Train Serric Includes dining, sleeping, smoking. rarlor cars and day coaches. All of these, in their highest degree of perefc t.on, are UJ d on through trains to the Eat from Ft. Wayne via Pennsylvania Snort Lines. A joucney on them is a ioy that leaves pleasant recollections. Address F. M. Busaong, T. P. A., De troit, Mich. A Curo for Rheumatism. Dr. P. A. Skinner of Texarkana, Ark., is an enthusiast iu the praise of Cham berlain's Pain Balm. He used it for rheumatism, and says: "I found it to be a most excellent local remedy." For sale by F. J. Wurzburg, druggist. "Royal Ruby" brand port wine sold by White A White, Tbum Bros. & Schmidt, leading druggists, is the best, purest and cheapest. $1.00 in quart bottles; pints 60 cents. Never sold in bulk. All druggists and doc tors recommend it. Royal Wise Co., Chicago. What Makes a Beautiful Woman. Elkhart, Ind., July 1, 1S91. Dcllam's Great German Mcdicini: Co. My daughter has been afflicted with female trouble for over six years and I have paid out over $750 in vain trying to find relief for her. A lady friend advised me to secure a bottle of Dullam's Great German Fe male Uterine Tonic and she has been completely cured by it. We gave it a fair trial and the results were wonderful. We cannot recom meed it too highly to all ladies who are afflicted. Hexjamiji Uanqek. For sale at D. C. Scnbuer's drug store, 73 Monroe street. Read Carefully. Dullam's German Medicine Co: Gentlemen For over four years I have been afflicted with an eruption of the skin, which became very trouble tome and I could get no relief. I was also troubled very badly with constipa tion, which nothing I tried gave per manent relief until I took Duilam s Great German Blood, Liver, Stomach and Kidney Remedy, and since taking I have been entirety cured. For a tonic, blood purifier and general health restorer 1 can heartily recommend it. Mrs.Wm. Corr.LAND, Flint, Mich. For sle at D. C. tJcribner's drug store, 73 Monroe street. Very Liuch Surprisad. I have. Icen afflicted with neuralgia for nearly twoyesr. have tried physi cians and all known remedies, butfound no permanent relief until 1 tried a but tle of DuiUm's Great (it m an Lini ment and it gave me instant and per manent lelief. 5 cents per ottIe. Signed, A. B. FaxLL, Hannlton, Mich., April 11, 18'Jl. I vr sale at D. '. Hcrihner's drug store. HO Mil si tlLK A.W LONGER. Knonmg that a cough can tje cured in a day, ami the first t-tHes of con sumption 1'iokeii in a week, we hereby guarantee Dr. A kcr's English Cough K medy, aiid retutnl tne money to all who buy, tuke it ns p r tlirections, and do dot fimi our rt.ttf-ment correct. White A White 1"J Monroe-st. Remarked bv It. C. Joiner of Allen i. ., Hilld.tl county, Mivh.i "Noth ltiir gave my rheumatism such quick rel.ef as Dr. Tlmms' Electric Oil be lieve it infall.bl for rheumatics." Burdock iiooi Bitters taken after eafng vill relieve any feeling of we: it or over fulnes of the stomach, hold evrrywlier". Mrs. M. S haenl ereer. Beaver Dam, Wi.; vrfites: "We have aed Dr. Thoiiias Electric ,l in our family for coughs, colds, croup acd rheumatism. It cures svery t me. The first trial of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine yrup v ill at.sTy anyone that th Bing-ie.'.ing virt i of ll.e p:ne tree hss now t e n r fnir.J ilo an euctive an 1 rimin ent Co uli med c n. Fold 5 v a 1 dea' rs on a guarantee of satis f sc; !Jii. If you are bilious take Beecbam's P. lis. I e jrreau t worm dee;royer on earth :e Du!;m's (irfat Grr an Worm IOs- rgss. ocly 25 cents per ioi. For sa( at D. C. V rl iiT'i drug ttore. F uy I'nlisni's Ureal ier an 15 et I ;ver I MI, forty m each pacaaga, at N r.l n'r'i. I ur Du I. ver PiiH am's Hrat 'rrmin 1 cent forty m each paciaga, at f- r rr.r s. Buy Dullam's I 'v-r I i!, fcrty tt n re r's. Tf at rreT 15 cent ia each. tackag, at J nv I 1 J? sm s rat 'rnan S5 ent sat P. ('. Vr, ner'e. irat et x n an 2-S cent 'ir's. (! ur Fuy I (cirt i. am . ur- at D. eent re" ' r a t ' : ro i? Renred enrs whoci 'I CO !f 1. ff Se rtfte fmr V . -' 'n-i Tt-e ss ?sj T t. f I'1T II .t"H If tn ii:m if t mi airs', esr sr"a4 ". is r.t r;y lr 4.rrSea le; 8-e rer is a -tt a. V' w -0 11 "aO M02E CCCTCRS rCS ME! TUer Slid I was csinnaptivo, taut sne t Florida, ti lae te keep e.uiet, no excite ment, and a tennis. Just thick ef it. Ooaasr 1 iViaJ a hule ttk ca!!e4 'Guide to Uealtk,' by Mrs. Piikham, aad la it I foaad iit wkat atJad ae. 1 wrte te ker, rt a !ote?y reply, teld are Just wkat to do, aad I an in sleiu!itl health now." LYDULPillXII JIM'S cVSSffa eoaqae rs all t'aesa weaknesses and ailments ao prevalent wtslt tie sex, a&l restates per fect na!tu. A1 AH Draj?ista all It aa aataadard ertl ele, r aent by mail, tn forsa of Pills r IxTenjev en receipt ct J1.0O. For tae ear of Kidney Com plain te, either sex, the Ceraj baa a rival. Mrs. Pinkaaw fiesly answers letters f Inquiry. aclesa suiw-.a xer repiy. Lyi E. rinkham Mad. Oe., Lynn, Mneaw A3IUSK3IENTS. GRA0D OPERA HOUSE RADTx GARWOOD. Manacora, ALL TIHS'WEEK. Charles McCarthy's beautlfat cemedy drama, QUE OF THE BRAVEST Supported by the Klac of Lanta Makers, WILLIAM CRONIN. And aa excellent company of singers. Cancers and eotnedians. Introdnelnc six bea ltlful snow white Arabian hore-s, n real steam fire ensiue, bose carrlace, the trick ponv Prince, the c.evrr doir Jack and two of the cleverest children en the American 8: ace. Presentlnc ene ! the most realistic fire scenes ever produced id til's country. A CARLOAD OF SCKXERi". Same Old Tariff 15, 20. 30 and 50c Extra Columbian matinee Frtdav. Oe-t. 21 Regular matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Sjiturdav. Next week Frank Mayo iu "Dave Crockett," Jartmaii Hall Lecture Course SEASON 1892-3. TEN GRAH3 CONCERTS AND LECTURES Mozart Symphony Club, Tuesday. Oct. 1892, Locke Richardson, Thursday. Bee. L. 1(59 Russell II. Oonwell, Tuesday, Dec. 13. 1892. Anna Bcrger Concert Co., Monday. Dec, 19. 1S& Frank Do AVitt Taluiage, Thursday. Jan. 19, 1893. Leland T. Powers, Friday. Jan. 27. 1893. Temple Quartette, Thursday. Feb. 9. 1SP3. N. Y. English Ballad Co., Thunday. Feb. 1ft. Marshall P. Wilder Concert Company, Friday, Mareli 10, 1993. Fred Emerson Brooks, Monday. March l 1993. Reason tfekefs l Inchullnr rar. ...f. i? ncle ailtiilsston 50 cents. First e m. first OctfLer 22, 1S3J, at the box eflSce. 10 Ottawa ireeu Line tickets at n a. m iia flate. C. S. H ARIMAN. Aent. 5 1 ITU'S OPCKA noUSSL WILLIA3X B. FMITTT. rrovrietor and Mansser. MONDAY NIGHT, OCT. 17 Yi Itb Matinees relrsd.iy. Friday and Ft'jrtT. Special Matlne. fliur.lay. O 't. 1 Farm ers'Annuiii t xrursion irom Rome C.ty, lad. The Cheapest, Best and Largest Shew in the Ci!y. Producing New Features Every U rek. 5"f NKW STARS AdJed tis Onr Monster Oa.aiy of 10 era 25 era 35 10 Spfxialty Artists! Tiik (jwandkst Olio Ot the aaer. Or'g'nal Prcd tt t on of 'he ''Spicy CeneJy ' Entitle !: 3 25 IB IT! era Arraaxel Kisreesif fr Tili House era typen Dov. WITHOUT THE BOW (RINO) It is eav t s"esl sr riaj sratks frrve trie racket. The tvf f ets the watth in ere and, 0e casin la the ether and jfect a shrt, e,ick jtV. tke risf s'rps e4 tht wsck stsi, nA iwit (j"-s the watck, lesr inj the skv.iss esi'v tee. chain. tiit t;;':i (23!: TVs kow ('Tt s esc S A cotiir rues e?iif.iit ths Ssm n.mi mni Ffs t"e f s. lf leVitf te ts ys-!t. ss tkt it fl'' aalieS er ttS tt $-'i hy e l -Vh r t"t, en Pr T"i trl rer i as ft,-rj tv fr tsts j A v-ir jsre-f far eijW, i Kcy5toncWn(chCascCo rrilLADCLTMlA. ttTlf V Tofwn rstv , I 111 f ..tt.ie-t p, Toi an rtv a tct 4 s era - r si. ? i 1 . r s (SsfiS" tS 7-eent strmsiferUrs. f inktiem s eerariV-l ffn.set lsJtatrMel aeh. e-.!.:iH It ceatatrs a taime ef a?vi He tntermattofl. M lttisicaSRes.sss1 ty tts jeors. r liiiiiiii t rr'i' l. v-a ;t;'i'i- s-s, a v e v -!( and I:.. K h. t ; t .!., Pat arera. MA. Ln..A'r--'' ' Eaton, Lyon & Company, CO a. x r MONROE STREET. Bulletin of New Books: London. ty Walter Besant. lllus trated 1 3 00 "Charles II. Sturgeon. His Lite anl Labors." by (Jeoue C Keedhaa. with Tne D est re et Beauty." being Judica tions for aesthetio culture. Ly Theo dore Chid "Eectars All," by L. Douzall At theSlxn et the Whlto Swan." by Olivia D. Tllsoa. i:lustr).td...-... "The Next Door Uouse," by Mra Moles worth.... ..... "The Preacher's Dauxhter." by Amelia E.Barr 1G0 75 1 00 1 2 1 60 125 "Tho Lucky Lover." by John Hauler toa... . - "Autobioa:raphla,,' by Walt Whltmaa. "Out ef the Jaws et Death." Iry Frank Barrett ... . "The Medicine I a ly." by L. T. Mead. "Field Farlncs," vagrant erontchleot earth and shy, by Martha McCullouta Williams "A Little Swiss Sojourn." by W. D. Howella. Harper's "Flack and White" "Won at Last," by Acnes Giber ne... "Michael and Theodora." by Amelia K. Barr .. 100 1 00 100 50 100 75 FOME NEW JUVSNILKS. "Flf htlnc for the Risht." Oliver Optie Blue and Gray" series..... M "Jaek the llunchbaclt," by James Otla. "Tom button, or Western l oys .n'Grant and Sherman's Army." by Warren Lee Goss...... .... . "Dulce's Promise," Christ man In Ens land, by Florence and Edith Scan, nail .. "Jean Noel," Chrlstmaa In France, by Florence and Edith Scanneil . "Llschea and the Fairy," Chnstman la Germany, by Florence and Edith Scaacell .... "The Little Musicians." Chrlstmaa la Italy, by Florence and Edith caa nell. 1 50 1 0U 150 CO 80 50 60 The above four books are similar in binding to "Bird's Christmas Carol,'' bT Kate Douslas Wlggio. ! FIREA5D WATER PROOF ROOF PAINT APPLIED BY P. P. SMITH,. Office. 1C6 Canal St Residence. 69 Foun tain Sereet. SAYE MONEY BY SAVING THE ROOF YOU HAVE. Beofs of all kinds re r aire 4 and ralnted with HI BOARD'S OWN PATENT ASBLSIOJ ROOF PAINT. Orders given prompt attention. All work guaranteed. Refcrencee CoL T, V. Foi, J. N. Raoe, Cel. C. W. Calkins. Krerv kind of Deals! OBeratla j erformed. f INK dQLD riLLINU aspeelalfy. 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