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VOLUME XL.
MORE COMPLETE THAN
A STROLL THROUGH THIS GREAT STORE IS AMUSING, INTERESTING, A SAVING,
68,350 Square Feet
Bargains
100 pieces of All-Silk Fringe at
23c yd.
800 doz. Satin Corsets at $1.68
pair; regular price, SI.OO.
500 doz. 10(Wioue Corsets a'tSSc;
a bargain at $2.00.
10.000 gross of Fancy Dress But
tons at 1,2, 1, and 5c doz.; ac
tual cost live times the amount.
About 350 pieces left of that good
Fancy Ribbon at 5,7, and 10c
yd; good value at 10,15, aiid 25e.
500 doz.“genuine Alexandre Kid
Gloves at 25e pair; every pair
• stamped.
5.000 doz. of all kinds Jvid Gloves
will be placed on sale Monday at
one-half actual value.
Underwear.
ladies’Merino Test at 25c.
Ladies’ Merino Test at ISc; good
value at 75c.
800 doz. Men’s Fine Merino Shirts
and Drawers at ISc each; would
be cheap at 75c.
250 doz. of Men’s Scarlet Shirts
ajid Drawers at 95c each; good
value at $1.50.
Men’s double-breasted Bine Flan-
nel Shirts at 75c each.
Hen’s Cardigan Jackets at 88c
each.
1,000 doz. 3-ply linen stand-np
Collars at 5c each.
100 doz. of Gents’ Silk Scarfs,
band bows and ties, your choice
at 25e. - _ .
“THE
COItSBXS.
MADAME GRISWOLD'S
CORSETS,
@ i|j %P
The Abdominal Corsets,
With and without an. ABDOMINAL SUP
PORTER for Ladies in delicate health, and
for stout ladies, are unequaled. They give
a GRATEFUL SUPPORT to the figure,
and greatly improve the form. SHOUL
DER-BRACE CORSETS for Ladies,
Misses, and Children; Long Waist and Ex
tra LONG WAIST CORSETS in fine sin
gle French Coutilles. .
Corsets made to order in the best style
Of workmanship. Sold by Lady Agents,
and at 126 State-st., Room 20. TAKE EL
EVATOR at 75 Madison-st. Ladies in at
tendance to show and fit the Corsets.
Lady Agents wanted everywhere. Ex
clusive territory given. Acme Dress Shields.
J. 13. PUTNAM,
General Agent, Chicago, 111-
FIRM CHANGES.
DISSOLUTION.
cuicabo, Oct. i. issl _
The Ann of n. A. Kohn i Brothcw has this a»r
heendissolved by mutual consent. AJI ouisuinmns
accounts and notes due said .firm will be collected y
Uwlrsucccssors, Messrs. Kohn Brothers. . . „
All real estate interests standing in the name oi it*
A. &ohn & Brothers remain as
JOSKI’H aL ,;<) Hn',
JJAVH, A. KOHN, .
JUI.IUS A. KOHN.
COPARTNERSHIP.
.The nnflerslsncd Imvo this day formed
■htp under the firm name of KOIIN BUOTUr
-purpose of continuing the wholesale clotmnK
jMtoessas heretofore at the comer of \N abash ar.
i^y^A^KOlL^'
CUTLERY.
At - w-ostenholni’A Koecre;. "04
■l_„ JH 8 _ _ Spalding’s Pocket Cutlery.
■ • D B & 1 fil Rs|o llarors, Scissors, Corkscrews,
uUfißl ¥
VU liUI ■. ABKOS.. Ift*Madbon-at.
BIRD FOOD.-
Kaempfer’s Cfjflil
for Mocking Birds. Wholesale and | 161 EBB
Be lull, at his Bird Store, B fiv
iZI CLARK-ST.
IS THE WORLD’S FAIR AND EXPOSITION OF
A LEARNING, AND A WONDER;
on the Ground Floor, filled with Choice Merchandise
Don’t miss these Extra Bargains This Week. |
Toys!,
88c for a line large Brum.
95c for a large Doll. J i
95c for a line Yi6liri.’p :
95e for a large Accordion.
95c for a Jiiusic Bpx.||
95c for a line Piano., |t
88c for ad Express WSgou.
95c for a Carpet Sweeper.
25c for a Union Broileuv
38e for a Bird Cage. |
10c for an all-bristle Shoe Brush.
4c for a Scrub Brush|
ftflillmery
500 doz. of Ileal Ostrich Tips at
5e each.
100 doz. Fancy IVings at 5c each;
cheap at 25c.
50 doz. Ladies’ trimmed Dcrbys
and Sensation Felt Hats, your
choice, 12c.
SIO,OOO stock ot Men’s, Boys’, and
Children’s Hats will be sacri
ficed as follows:
A 75c Hat for 28c
A S! Hat for -48 c
A $2 Hat for 90c
A S3.so.Hat for- -- ••-•51.95
Yisit our Hat Department before
buying'elsewhere.
500 doz. Glass Linen Towels at 9c
each. .
Curtains!
Curtains!
ALMOST GIVIiX AWAY.
30c Curtain Net- ISc yd.
40c Curtain Net----
75c Curtain Net
§I.OO Curtain Net
SI.SO Curtain Net—
§3.00 Curtain----••—§1.50 pair
§3.50 Ecru Curtains-§I.BB pair
English Brussels Carpets at Gsc
yard.
Double-back Oil Cloth at 33c yard.
Battan Door Mats at fSc.
Fine Walnut Flower Stands at 69c.
Cornices, 3 1-2 inch molding, 9Sc.
Window Poles, complete, with 12
rings, at q,sc.
Fine Embroidery Wall Pockets,
large size, at 7 Sc.
FAIR” OF E.
State-st., Adams-st.,
The idaiiis & Westlake
NON-EXPLOSIVE
OIL STOVE,
With Armour’s Flue-Heater Attachment.
lust the thing Mr heating Bedrooms. Bath
rooms, Offices, Conservatories, &c„ &c., and for
general use during this chilly weather.
THE ADAMS & WESTLAKE MF6.00.,
At from 5150 to SllM .°’ and I °^n« S sto t J 3 and
S5OO. for cash or on time. BROS
Sins? Various other makes also represented: and
Pianos and Organs to rent.
STORY & CAMP,
183 & 190 ST4TE-ST.
lree oC “".ZTTrnT w o » hS H - AV.
hress and Easiness Hats.
ITie largest, prices? sInSES’
Ma'dison-st. (Tribune
jjuUdiiuO. •_
“ THE FAIR” OF F. J. lEUMAFTX.
and Hats.
...(8c yd.
....30c yd.
OIL STOVJi.
0.-5 LAKE-ST.
riAsos.
HATS.
' SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1881—TWENTY-FOUR PAGES.
Jewelry and
Silverware.
500 doz. Roll Plate Kings, with
genuine settings, your choice
from 22 to SSc.
The best nou-scparable Sleeve
Button, roll plate, your choice
from 88 to 95c.
Ladies’ Solid Gold Watchat $9.
A line large live-bottle Diuuer-
Castcr at 9’sc.
large variety of flue triple-plated
Dinner Casters at half value.
18c for a set of 6 Knives and 6
Forks.
75c and 95c for better ones, well
worth $2 set.
10c for a Child’s Plate-Haudled
.Knife, Fork, and Spoon.
Crockery.
Come and See our Fine Stock. Oar
Prices are Unequaled.
56 pieces Decorated Tea Set at. $4,
cost elsewhere $6.
$8.95 for a Chamber Sot worth $5.
95c for a Lamp, can’t be beat for
48c
60c
$2.00.
95e for the best Iron Stone China
Washbowl and Pitcher.
12c for a line Earthen Cuspidore.
5Sc for a line Majolica Cuspidore.
The largest assortment of Majolica
Ware ever displayed in this city.
Best Nickel Hanging Lamp only
■ $2.78.
Best Brass Hanging Lamp only
$2.18.
J. LEHMANN,
Dearborn-st.
FUIINITUItIi.
During the temporary obstruction to
travel on State-st. occasioned by the lay
ing of the cable railway, the Store of
THE THEY
FonmiK »,
Slate aM Aflams-sts,
Can be approached by carriages from
VVabash-av.
Entrance on Adams-st., Nos. 43, 45
and 47.
> ori'ICAL GOODS.
L. MANASSE,
OPTICL4N,
88 Wladison-st. (Tribune Building),
IMrOUTEII AM) URALSK IS
Optical, Mliemalieal, and Surveying lusts.,
1 COMPRISING
Ot»crn nnd Flc!«l T otoscopes, Micro*
* kC ot*e», Thermometers,
Cum (Kisses. Ac.
asm
TRibun£^ C BuiloiNG
Man* persons. both young and old. hare eyes so
Imperfectly formed that they are constantly strained
when In use. This strain will cause weak eyes and
painful sight, which may usually be relieved with
lirouerlv titled classes. Having a long experience In
thi* line enables me to secure perfect results.' My
clashes are ground with mathematical accuracy,
which commends them to all wearers. They not only
clve clear and distinct vislon.do not weary and fatigue
the eye. but tend to strengthen and preserve the
Human Eyci inserted without
pain*
rIUTIOX.-Don’t pay exorbitant prices to ad
venturers for Spectacles. We sell the.best Brazilian
Pebbles M.OJ to $4.50, and the beat ground French
Crystal Spectacles $1.50 to €2.50.
Twenty-live years’ practice In the art of fitting
glasses. Our method is honest dealing, which has
built up our trade. -•
FIXtUTCIAZ.
Pool Petals WJ.KERFOOT&CO.
Rfid! Eoidlc go Waslungton-sl
Ann a HO DO deferences furnished If do-
CHIU LUdllOt 3 r^kl U n^dg‘s e rS^
NiONEY_TO LOAN.
WILLIAM V. JACOBS,
Basement Portland Block.
Careful attention given to placing Loans upon Beal
Batata.
FAIR
Boots Sc Shoes..
Infants’ lino Kid and Goat, But
ton, 50c. f
Child’s Pehhle and] Goat Sole
Leather Top, Buttoij, only sl.
Child’s Pehhle Goat, Spring Heel,
fine, SI.OO. A
Hisses’ fine Button Slices at $1.25.
Hisses’ line Lace Shoep at SI.OO.
Hisses’ Pehhle Goat, Side Lace, at
SI.OO. ■ - P -•' ■
Ladies’ Pehhle Goat Button Shoe
at $1.50. I
Ladies’ line Kid Button, $2 pair.
Hen’s Sewed Buckle Shoo at SI.SS
pair. J
Boys’ Buckle Shoe, $1.15.
Candies.
Our fine, pure, aid delicious
Candies arc a favorite among
them all at 13, 15, 18, 20, and
28c for the best made, such as
others charge yon 60c Ih.
runs.
J. Otlinpr,
172 STATE-ST.,
Opposite Palmer House,
Opening!
Toflsday.apd- Wednesday
Oct. fil and 12.
Special display of
Seal Dolmans and Sacqucs, ,
Fur-Lined Oanueiits,
Muffs, Boas, Hats,
J. ETTLIKiGER,
172 STATE-ST., Opposite Palmer House.
JfMOTO Git AT HU.
Pliotos and Cray
f.n Portraits in
the World,
Taken on
the day of
his nomina
tion.
u
I'
Bmuis Studios
210 & 212 Wabash-av.
STATIOUfEKT. Ac.
BSiiSi
Stationers, Printers,
And Blank-Book Makers.
Stationers’ Novelties, Shading Peift and
Inks, Automatic Pencils and Leads, Oblique
Holders and Pens, Stub ‘ Pencil Holders,
Mammoth Pen Holders and Pens, Anti-
Nervous Holders. Naves’ Dictionary Stands.
CLOAKS, <Cc.
LADY,
WE CAN OFFER YOU
Belter Bargains
CLOAKS,
ULSTERS,
DOLMANS,
CIRCULARS
and
Outside Garments
Than any other store, in the
city. We have
Long Paletots at $5,00.
Beaver Dolmans at $5.
Beaver Circulars at $4.
Ulsters at SB.OO.
Children’s Goods at 90
cts, to SB.OO.
We have Fine Goods in
JMEP, 1 '
: mm,
$7.50 to $75,
Anil we warrant every one
of our-garments to -be_better
and cheaper than any other
house in the city will sell
them at. ,
We have just received
*' 500
HR (MBS
WITH HOODS, at
For which you have to pay
$3.00 elsewhere.
Please call and convince
yourselves.
Bankrupt Store,
IS4 and IS6 State-st.
Opposite the Palmer House.
S..SHIREK.
ruoTOGicArjiy.
SAD!
The Photographic Fratern
ity find it a discouraging tash
to retain the old exorbitant
rates ichile
Is making'CABINET PHOTOS of un
questionably superior quality at §3 per
dozen; Cards, St.so per dozen; Panel Por
traits, $4 per dozen. Hartley says he is de
termined to dictate the prices of Photos in
all galleries in Chicago. All must come to
his prices. Until then go to
HARTLEY,
309 West Madison-si
Hi ROCHER,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
77-79-81 State-st., Chicago.
CABINETSS6.OO.
IIS'
AND OTHER
CLOAKS, Ac.,
AT FROM
$3.00,
THE COMING EVENT HAS COME,
For by the time you’ve read this and taken a little nap ’twill be
. AND
SEA’S GRAND
HUM!
Our Fall Opening occurred too early to display latest
winter fashions; consequently, that you may
see how much
Has improved in the past few months, have set apart
these throe dava(being the Opening Days of several
Milliners mid Millinery Departments near our stores)
in order that •
.YOU MY COWARE
.And thus ascertain to a certainty that
In Variety, in Style, In Price;
SEA ALWAYS LEADS.
To make these floral days the occasion of a great
outpouring of all Chicago.
SEA ANNOUNCES
That on Main Floor
l ong rows of Artificial Flowering Plants, Iff) feet of
Glass Flower-Filled Cons, and racks of Waving.
Plumes, numbering in air over a thousand valuable
varieties. ON SECOND FLOOR
290 Boxes Silk Plushes,
In every shade of every, color. In all combinations.
Also Trimming Satins and Silks in variety. ON
THIRD FLOOR rows of upright Glass Cases contain
Parisian Patten Bonnets
r While oa shelving, In show cases, on smnds, and
Thousands of HATS and SOUS
Will be seen ns yet untrimmed. but which EIGHT
EXPERIENCED MILLINERS (tlie very best
high salaries can procure)
TMMFEEE.
Yes, all Hats and Bonnets bought at Sea’s ARE
•TASTEFULLY TRIMMED FREE.
No Charge Whatever.
Thus a Bonnet or Hat usually costing say
$5.00 for TRIMMING,
$6.00 for MATERIALS,
$4.00 for HAT or BONNET,
slgJo MAKING tile TOTAL.
SEA will furnish same at a cost of
NOTHING FOR TRIMMING,
$3.00 for MATERIALS,
$2,00 for HAT or BONNET,
S{U)O MAKING the TOTAL.
Thus rour milliner takes from your pocket 51(100 of
GOOD MONEY. Vim pet no equivalent. Ihe
milliner laughs.
SEA TRIMS HATS FREE,
And charges for Materials less than HALF PRICE 3
usually paid, putting In a bandbox free, too.
A Flora! Souvenir
Given to nil making purchases (no matter how small)
on these three Gala Days, the latest i arlslan
Novelty, truly exquisite.
CHENILLE FLOWER CLUSTERS
Boqueta of French Flowers, and Pendants. They
will be on sale at
48 Cts. Each,
Yet Will Be Given Away
To anyone making a purchase, bo It only live cents*
worthy
Three Days Only.
A GRAND DISPDAT OF
Fancy Feathers,
i Birds’ Breasts, Wings,
Feather Bands,
Feather Caps,
Pom-Poms, Plumes,
ftps, Etc., Etc.,
EVERT IMAGINABLE VARIETY.
SENSATION!
K«»it tints 42 cts. the Sensation Satin Underbrim
SIXTY-Nl2* E cents, others sell at and doing It as a
bait. CRY CHEAP! CHEAP! CUEAP4
notice SEA’S latest en-
While on Third Floor
terprise.
PURS, (MIES,
In which we have invested over $55,000,00.
A Plush Sale, Silk Sale, Remnant Sale
BEGINS TOMORROW AT 8 A. M.
For full particulars see today’s Times. '
SEA’S.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
DEPARTMENT STORES.
urn Finn
Sea’s Art Hall.
Now occupies the entire** IFTH FLOOIt, which. It
will be remembered, was partially opened on Thurs
day, Sept- £l, whore was served Kinsley’s conation,
and where was heard Johnny Hand’? orchestra.
Well, this entire door is now tilled to its utmesten
parity, the north aisle with an immense collection of
OILFAMW;
STELL MORAYIAGS, ,
WATER COLORS,
CRAYOAS,
ETCHINGS, Etc.
The SOOTH AISLE with an cxtcnslveassonmeotot
FURNITURE
OIL PAINTINGS
In massive gold metal frames at the unheard of
price of
Forgennlno Oil Painting by various well-known art
ists, and the former prices of wblcli were $5,00 to
$15.00 each. Take yotir choice. Provo your-Judg
ment, for ail will be sold at same price, „
$1.98 Each,
Including the Painting, Frame, and Shadow Box. Tht
second lot consists of
PAINTINGS,
AbontMxoGlnsUc, some larger. Tour choice of this
collection.
Which would not pay for half cost of the gold metal
frame. Oil Painting and Frame. *2.33. Have trough*
lIU.OU to £AI.UU at auction.
Some Finer Oil Paintings,
Only a few remain, to be sold this week,
$5.00 to $50.00 Each
“ Artotype ” Engravings,
“Rbeatypc” Engravings,
Would bring more under auctioneer’s hammer.
“Alberto” Engravings,
A Mixed Lots,
Lot 2,48 cts.; Lot 3,63 cts.; Lot 4,69 cts.
The handsome frames being worth more tbaa double.
THE SOUTH AISLE.
Ebony Flower Stands, $1.58 to $3.24.
Ebony Brackets, 48 ets. to $2.98.
Ebony Towel Racks, $1.48 to
Ebony Wall Pockets, 88 cts. to $1.38.
Ebony Cabinets, $5.49 to $9.48.
Ebony Music Racks, $4.98 to $8.48.
Ebony Picture Easels, 79 ets. ■
For the same Parlor iaael that picture stores ask
13.00 for. J*anre enough lor any ordinary paintings,
and engravings. * £
finer Easels, 97 cts and $1.24.
Walnut Brackets, 10 cts. to U 8 cp. Towel Racks
Wall Pockets, Book Shelves, Stands, 3 able*etc* 6(0.
24 cts toClUi. iftrrors of all kinds. . ,
Parlor Chairs, Dlnlnc-Koom Chain, Kitchen Chair*
HALE RATTAN CHAIRS,
Better In quality, cheaper In price than Wakefleld.
OVER 200 DIFFERENT STYLES.
JSJS
WIW. TAKE PLACE OS OUII
Worthy the attention of alt buyers.
156
FINE, GENUINE, SIZE ABOUT U.Y22,
$1.98
270
Higher cost oil
$2.98,
In exceptionally rich gold frames.
$2.98, $8.98, $4.98,
Actual value IU>XO. H2.Ut SIS.UX
In ebony and gold, frames.
$1.98, $2.24, $2.48.
In ebony hand-carved frames.
74 cts., 98 cts, $1.48.
Will adorn any wall—loo subjects.
Of all sorts and kinds Pictures.
24 CTS. T'
CHAIRS.

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