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K m more captious of his critics. He says musing the phrase “ more ample ordlna ,6 ‘he simplv meant that when a minister eu .“to relations with the Moravian Church simply ordained into that Church by M .while on entering the Episcopal Church wasal'O ordained into the-Church of God. it comes to giving back-banded blows Bishop Stevens seems lo do pretty well. The trouble amonpr tne St Louis Baptists, iitiaiou to which has been made in these col- U - unsetmst been amicably settled. The factions were led by Drs. Boyd and "i«. and these gentlemen have published ver their own signatures tho following: Whatever errors or faults more may have wn in the past among us, after a full and free ]*,'l" ILnge of Views we do now. without any 0 f principles, bury all our griov tompromiso \ u f the cross, and pledge our to be one In tbo cause of Christ. This is certainly the best and most Christian ise way of adjusting matters, and the Illinois Methodists might take a hint from it. Jr Is stated upon apparently good author ity that i’residcnt.Arthur has decided to retain Mr F. Stanley Brown as his private secretary. Perhaps the President deemed this tho most elective method of causing Mr. J. Stanley Brown to subside, and if so his action warrants rte warmest commendation. . v CORRESPONDENT Of tllO New Tqfk U’OrM very justly protests against tho action of a New York theatrical manager who has dubbed one of the characters in a play "MissCoutts-Wcstmln ftcr-Koihschild,’’ described as a great heiress. The trick is one that only a vulgar mind could conceive. Mayor Harrison should not forget to t»ko the Albany Burgesses Corps around and thow them the Firo Memorial Building. It Is ecu of tho finest and most imposing structures ia the city, and can be best viewed from the peal Fire Monument. If Attorney Corkhill sold Gul twu’s Sketch of his life as a means of finding outwhut tho public thought of hith, tho move was an eminently successful one. The opinion, however, does not appear to be fiatterlng. John Kelly is running for Congress, the dispatches announce. The news that Congress iris running from John Kelly would, not occa sion mu*h surprise. LAKESIDE MUSINGS, «S#cluse”— Lake Bluff was not named gicr Dr. Parkhurst. •• I see Uiat Maud S. Jtas gone into winter jaartes. Me too.”—iioscoe Colliding. “Dr. Parkhurst says that when be spanks a child be doesn't give ic taffy. Somebody boll Parkhurst.' - —Many Children. . Mr. Harper, a Cincinnati grain speculator, lays that wailo runaimr a deal last moutb ho - found himself among a gang of thieves.” Mr. Harper evidently staid at home during Septem ber. ••"Dr. Parkhurst says he has been tracking Ur. Thomas for ten years. 1 must send him that storyabDui the man who chased a bear for two hours, and when he found him came back to samp In ten minutes.” —H. U". Uccdicr. The Bishop said to the 'conference: •* My f ricuds, a word, I pray. Ere out you go and make your bed With members who aro lay. *♦ Itcraomber, my friends of the sacred cloth, That mortals vile are we; Temptations come to all alike. To you as well as me. “ tv herever you go in this goodly town, ’Mid sinuers or’mid saints, Itemember that of kissing There must never be complaints. “ To osculate well is a goodly thing. Provided that the kiss Is one of peace or charity— This siyic is not a miss. “ Bet laymen have often remarked that wo CTisone of their vile taunts) Can kiss a man, bis wife, and then His cousins and his aunts. “So further I will not speak just now; But wnile in Sycamore Let not the sinuers say that wo On kissing have tne floor." The preachers refrained, but Heresy Had *gan its head to shake; For pastors, where there's kissing done. Are sure to take tho cake. A certain man went down from Chicago to Ohio, taking with him a return ticket, lest be fall tsstaM a Cincinnati wheat speculator and be robbed of that wnercwith he would fain bur flour and pun tbocs xor bis family In the season of cold which com €th upon those who live in Chicago from the tenth to the fourth month, and find himself amid sinners cad publicans, whose mercy is strained even so fine that it wculd'boiher you some to discover It. And when be had reached Cincinnati he went to an 100, and pave to the landlord thereof three pieces of silver, saying: “No monkey business with roc, Char lie; lam from. Bluer Creek,” And he who kept the tap marveled greatly, and said unto himself; * These bcsiransc men that como irom Chicago; never are they to be bilked by a hotel bill, and nc who cndcav eretb to outwit them Is Invariably headed off.” But nevertheless he bethought himself of a Poker Game which was that night lo the inn. and laughed to h!m -self with exceeding great Joy. Then arose the land lord and went unto the place called Bar, where of a certainty he should And the man from Chicago, and. ipproaching him. said; “ There be in this inn, even In the third story there of, asmal) party of prominent citizens which do play at the game called Draw-Poker. Perchance thou might, after much travail, secure a seatamong them. ’ And when the host of the inn bad spake these words a witching smile did play around the lips of the Chicago man, and be answered, saying; “I am yet young, and of a certainly far from mine homo and family, and fearful lest 1 fall among thieves.” But the landlord rebuked him. saying; In this party whereof 1 speak are only Business-Men, two being Colonels and one a Judge. Would you not deem it an honor to play with these?” AndtheChl eago man was overcome, and said softly; “I should twitter.” which, being Interpreted, means that he should blush to giggle. So they went up in that which Is called Elevator un til three stories were below them, and the landlord knocked softly on the door of a room In which a light gleamed brightly. And the door opened. And when the Chicago man had seated himself and boeght of chips an hundred shekels worth, he spake hot. bat drank heartily. And it came to pass that Biter many deals one of the Colonels did bet seven shekels; whereupon bet also the Chicago man a like mount, and did vanquish the Colonel, who had that which la called two pair. And when this had occurred thrice the Colonel sald.unto the Judge: “Ho Is play ing them close to his stomach.” And it was so. But presently there came to the Colonel & hand of exceeding beauty and strength, being four aces. And hewho held them was tilled with glee and knew not fear, placing In the centre of the table great quanti ties of shekels. • And when it came to that which is called the draw the Chicago man took not of the csrds, saying that he was content. But the Colonel drew one with great boasting, tell tng. with intent to deceive the others, of how he would bet. if perchance made a full, which is a hand of great strength, and capabledf overcoming threes, or even a flush, but *fcicb cannot prevail against fours. And having Said these words be wagered heavily of silver and gold. Biiof which the Chicago man did cover, and even betted more, whereupon put the Colonel also bis watch and diamond on the tabic, and wagered them freely. And when all had been betted the Chicago man said, “Straight flusn,” even as he •poke gathering unto himself ail the treasures which th| table held. And when he had nlafccd In his pock-, ettll the shekels, and in his shirt-front the diamond. _ tad had adorned himself with the watch, he became tuddenly sleepy, aud said: •• I am too full to play well •e.BlghL I will go to my bed.” Aodhewen^' Bot those wbo were left did beat their breasts and •*lont, eaying: ” How arc we knocked around and *BfMy«id by this stranger who comcth from Chicago M>4 dresseth not in tine raiment, but who has of honey great store and will wager it lavishly on a laud which cannot be overcome. It were better we remained this night with pur wives and children. Tomorrow night, however, we will again play with bim at the game called Poker, and compass him about »ith a cold deck, so that be shall be overthrown and in spirit.” But they wist not what they said. t For in the morning the stranger departed from out “Crates and came back to bis wife, who fell upon h ».neckaad kissed him. Aud he did kiss her on the - cheek, sayipp; “Mary, you can order that sealskin.” . And she made answer and said; “Charlie, you re Bdarilng; wjg me again.”— From “Paraltla Jor the WdioHa," by Afurot Halstead. . , Gem Wallace, our Minister to Turkey, “«nk coffee with the Sultan. The cups were without tundles, and were crusted with dla taands. Barnes has appointed Dr. *^ w *aa. who prepared the Garfield boys for Williams College, an acting assistant surgeon in and at%,k5 url J? K l ho lato Presidents illness, rcoußs?ert SI i vhen ho ex peeled to recover, he pu?ntment- Sui ’Keou-Geueral to make the ap- Jphn W. Garrett, of Baltimore, lias just im ported $200,000 worth of paintings from Europe, (lnrrnt f i n h,M rllllt i They are still in bond. Robert Garrett has made $2,000,000 personally in stocks. Mr. George Riddle is to travel with.’the' Greek play, playing his part in Greek, 11,0 o!l1 " u^nS‘, kiuS ln - English. Miss Georgia Cayvan, e i>°P ul ar in “Pinafore.” is to be the troupe* A IlVrK ° cborus wiu form P art 01 'ho T.lie Litipress of Austria is a woman of sim ple habits, but she nevertheless spends a great neal of money. It is said that her lost bunting ' r 'P l ° E'm'md cost $21)0,000. She smokes a digarets, practices gymnastics reg ularly, and rises at 5 o’clock in me mermog. Thomas P. Brown, for the past eight years sexton of tho Church of tho Ascension, New lork Citivha?been appointed sexton of Trinity Church, In place of Augustus W. Menrer, who nas retiree on a liberal pension. Menrer served twenty-live years, and succeeded Daniel Lyons, wno was sexton twenty years. The church is opened every day. .. A citizen of Nashville died the other day, and left directions that bis body should be sent tp the Le Moyne furnace at Wasblugtoo, Pa., for crcmatlou. His wife refuses to have his wishes complied with, and has placed guards about bis grave to see that no desecration is permitted. Ills two sons, however, insist on the desire of their father being executed, and. being determined on carrying out tho deceased’s wish have precipitated the whole nlTalr into tho courts, where a dlsgraeelul family struggle for a dead man’s bones has just begun. Nelson W. Aldrich, the newly-elected Sen ator from Rhode Island, is said to have entered the City of Providence in the same modest man ner that tho illustrious Whittington entered London—on foot, and with his clothes slung over his back. Being a bright, active youlb, bo soon procured employment In it wholesale gro cery house. But with ii genius superior to his station, ho rose in life, till he is now the head of one of the largest Arms In the State, and a Sen ator representing a prosperous and conserva tive community. Mr. Aldrich is not quite 40 years old. lie is married and has four children. Since the death of Dean Stanley innumer able stories of Westminster Abbey have come to light. Here Is one of the best; “A gentleman passing through the Abbey observed au appar ently devout person on bis knees. It is true no service was truing on, but the occupation was a quiet and harmless one. A verger soon look nolo of the irregularity and touched the kncelcr on the shoulder, informing him that praying was against mo rule. * Why, sir,’exclaimed the verger, with genuine disgust to a bystander, ‘if I let’em, we should soon have ’em praying ail over tho place!’” MANDEL BROS. Xlie Opening of the Season—Artistic Dresses and ISeuutilul Furs in Lavish Prolusion. The Queuing at Maiulcl Bros.’, Xos. 131 and 123 State Street, Thursday last, was the event of the season, surpassing by far all previous displays, and leaving nothing to be desired by the visitors. The'’magnificent-show-rooms were draped and decorated in the best possi ble taste, and proved an attraction to thou sands. The display of silks and satins on the lower door was alone well worth a visit, and it was only with Iho greatest difficulty that the ladies could make their way through the crowd to the suit-rooms above. In this department the display, ac cording to the testimony of ail who wit nessed it, * was something marvelous. It Mould be impossible to give anyth mg like a correct idea of the resources of this popular house in the line of new styles ana costumes. Of these over one hundred were exhibited, including the tinest productions of Paris and Berlin in addition to the choicest styles of .Maude! Bros.’ own manufacture. The show of wraps' and cloaks, furs, and other goods was- in no wise inferior to that of the dresses, although, of course, the chief interest centered in the latter. A striking characteristic of the great display was the large number of rich yet plain and lady-like dresses and wraps—not of the outlandish and outre styles so fre quently seen on sucli occasions, but elegant and well-designed garments, suck as would become any lady for street wear, the draw ing-room, or the evening gathering. AMONG THE MOST NOTICEABLE of the many attractive costumes shown was one in mervcilleux satin and a dark, rich shade of velvet. The lung, sweeping train was of velvet with a hand-embroidered 'flounce, and ornaments to match. The drap ing was at once unique and graceful, and the fit was marvelous. An evening dress in plush velvet and satin de Lyons, trimmed with Spanish lace and pearl or “dewdrop” passementerie, from Manclcl Bros.’ own design, was, if pos sible, even more admirable than the import ed garment, A black velvet and brocaded moire walking-dress, trimmed with fur and a wealth of rieli lace, was much admired. A second dress, at once striking in its ap pearance and-tasteful in its make-up, was ot sniOKe-colored mervcilleux, witli brocade to correspond, and trimmed with cut plush. A sash was drawn around tins from back to front, and drooped m a splendid bow, which alone would have suf ficed to stamp the costume as a work of art. With the exception of the first dress referred to, and one or two more imported direct from Paris, everything shown was made tip in Chicago under the supervision of the hrm. PASSING TO TUB CLOAK-ROOM the visitor was attracted by one of the famous ‘‘Sara Bernhardt*” paletots in silk plush with feather-fur trimmings. Thu side-forms and sleeves were haud-embroidcred in cut let, the linings were of cardinal plush, and a wealth of ornamentation had been lavished, upon this really handsome cloak. A second cloak was of mauve moleskin, with amber and chenille embroidery, anil faced with natural beaver. Another was ot silk moire, trimmed witli plush and orna mented with passementerie and cords, ine finest, however—or at least the one which drew most attention and elicited universal encomiums —was a beautiful satin brocade, and moire garment, with feather-fur bands and lined with handsome qmltnnr. On, this garment the artist seemed to have lavished ornament until perfection was reached. Amt yet all was in perfect good taste, and the severest critic could have found no fault. This season the firm have paid FAimCCZA.It ATTENTION TO FUIIS, including more especially seal, ulsters, dol mans; and sacques. Their specialty lies in Hie manufacture of such goods to order, and ladies ran select their own furs nmlhaie them made Tip to suit themselves, thus_ n sunns the perfection of style and tit. i i'> new styles are shown in W-inch, and two in 44-inch dolmans, and there l3 f a “ ment ot riches in the shape of saepaa fro n thirty-three to forty-two inches in all of Alaska seat A satin cloak with Siberian sauirrel lining, and trimmed with the rare and beautiful fur of the blue fox, is pro nounced to be without equal in this country'. BEGGING NEWSBOYS. Th the Editor of The Chicago Tribune. Chicago. Oct B.—l beg you will give me space in your columns to warn the public agaiustcertain boys purporting to be inmates of the Newsboys’ Home of this city wbo add to Itheir proper vocation of scllms pa ners, bracking'boils, etc., that of begging. It is sate to conclude that when such to pressa sale upon a plea that they ’ ham i act anv breakfast,” or appeal for charity in mv other way, they are impostors. The hovs of the Home are instructed to be en- in seeking to and other papers, but onlj in le e itimaic “l x,, inmate of the institution who i» moderately industrious need go hungry °r ml ed . The management seek to encourage Industry and thrift in the boys, and to dis courage begging P.axti. President Chicago Newsboys’ Home. COUNTY POLITICS. The Republican County Central Committee will meet Wednesday of this week and tnl de cide u“°» a d,Ue for folding a convention.. After this has been decided upon tno contest W up b to ? t n bis°time'.h o ere are few candidates men there appears race elected from County Comm ffiioncra hate to ue g the city 1“ «place reElcc[lon , The lira- of the- 0 , es jj Gilbert is spoken of the other is not. James Al[l ganders ns a Republican caare among the Fred Sommer, andl W Ilham g om . ®»-SSSas3ißs^ nsns&ss of Lemout. e mon yesterday. Sir- H. >f Bloom, met at B J“ j u "tOs Weber, of Bremen, Singer presided. * lr on thefour 3ntrh“lfoatr^bS,wmvotes. His most for- THE CHICAGO TKIiJIIJNE:' SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1881—TWENTY-FOUR PAGES. midable competitor was Richard S.McClaugbrey, who received 10 votes. Justus Weber is the preseut Deputy-Sheriff of tho Sixth Commis sioner's District. He has been a resident of Cook County* for thirty-six years. and has been a farmer and afterwards a merchant in said Town of Bremen for some ten years, and the last three years has been Deputy-Sheriff. He IsWeli liked by a* I the community where be resides. Tho following resolution was unanimously adopted by tho convention: ‘•Wileueas, We have learned that our repre sentutivp in the County Board of Commission ers. Mn Adam Miller, of the Town of Rich, is about to retire to private life at the expiration of his present term ot office; therefore, “ Itcsolccd. That we. tho Republicans In con vention assembled, do hereby give him a vote of thanks for the honest and ctlicicnt manner In which ho has discharged his duties while a mem beroftho County Board, and that he will carry with him- into'private life our best wishes-for tho welfare of himself and family.” INCIDENT OF TEN YEARS How a Stock of Furs Wasn’t Saved, One of the incidents of the memorable night of Oct. i), 1871, was called to mind yes terday by a visit to the fur maoufaciuring establishment of Messrs. A. Bishop & Co., HH State street, corner Monroe. Tttis titan was then located at No. 115 Lake street, and had just received an unusually large stuck of line furs for the fall and winter trade. As Ute Haines approached, a portion ot the more valuable goods were removed to the side walk, and S 1.000 was offered for a wagon to carry them to a place of safety. Nothing in the shape ot a vehicle could be procured,-, and the elegant goods were abandoned to their fate. Next morning the handle of the old safe was all that remained of the splendid stock. Books, money, papers, and goods were all mingled in the common ashes. Pluck and energy triumphed, however. The linn quickly opened a new stock on Wabash avenue, and the following season found them located in the present desirable quarters.at one of the best corners in the city. Mr. Bishop’s long experience in the fur business enabled him to secure tile choicest furs at lowest prices in Che foreign markets, and the linn commenced to make a specialty of the manufacture of seal sacqucs and dolmans to order. The elegance ot the material and the superior style of the lilting and work manship quickly won for lltese garments a reputation all over the country. This high standard has always been maintained, and, although there have been attempts made to imitate these styles, they have never been equaled. Messrs. Bishop & Co. now have a large trade on or ders from Eastern cities. The superb stock of line goods they are now showing is one ot the most striking illustrations ot tho grnwtli of Chicago during the past ten years. This stock would have been considered enormous in ante-fire times, but from present indica tions it will be none too large to meet tho rapidly growing demand from customers who desire to secunFthe best and most ser viceable goods at the most reasonable prices. FALL SEASON. Roller Skating—Opening of the Fall Season, Monday, Oct. 10, at the Chicago Holler Skat ing Uink, comer Michigan avenue and Con gress street. This will be the/went of the season for the lovers of this sportin Chicago, of which there are thousands, many of whom are of Chicago’s best society. The manage ment of Mr. Ferguson, the proprietor of this Ilink. was so satisfactory that the patrons will be greatly'pleased to know that he M ill be at the rink at every session, as will also be Mr# Mayer, that most popular of Instruct ors and leaders 1j every game played on rollerskates. THE LADIES’ RESORT. The popularity of Mr. C. L. Woodman's elegant cafe, restaurant, and oyster parlors, at No. 01 Washington street, has decidedly increased during the past week. It is a place where ladies and children can go and enjoy a meal at any hour of the day and re ceive the politest and best of attention. The great specialty of Mr. Woodman now is oys ters cooked in any style desired hy one of the best oyster cooks in the country. Wood man’s table is not excelled by any restaurant in the city. ~ The unparalelled. success of the Steck piano for the past twelve months lias aston ished the trade and gratified the manufact urers. This success lias been due,-first, to the sterling qualities of the instrument, and the fact that no first-class musician dares to say that the Steck is not one of the finest in struments made. and further, on account of the wide experience and well-known integ rity of tlie agent, Mr. Branch, at COS State street, who is the pioneer in the sale ot Steek pianos in the West, and has staked his repu tation on its merits. LATEST AND NOBBIEST. Ever in the lead, “Parker the Tailor,” northwest corner of Clark and Adams, is on deck with another “special green Melton for suits and overcoats. It is the very latest and nobbiest tiling out in gents’ wear. The ladies are delighted witli Ins idea of making their ulsters to order, with Derby lints to match, and are calling too and leaving their orders freely. , ART NOTES. The increased interest taken in all matters of high art in Chicago does great credit to tlie taste and refinement of her citizens, and as well to the dealers in art, paintings, etch ings, engravings, etc. Art-lovers are sure to find some new and interesting elcl)inc., or .paintings at Thurber’s, 210 Wabash avenue, at every visit. EXPOSITION VISITORS ARE REQUESTED To visit C. D. Mosher’s National Historical Art Gallery, 125 State street, and see the largest col lection of memorial portraits ever exhibited, and sit for some of h»s elegant style of photo graphs as a memento and souvenir for their friends. lf’lncl»e*ter*i» Hypopt»o*pl»ltoo will cure consumption, coughs, weak lungs, bron chitis, and general debility. Established:# years. BUSINESS NOT.C£S. A rend Kuni}*** s<liouUl be the rclistnee of the physician in all those cases of debility in which prompt improvement of the general tone i* imperative. Kuniyss Is the blandest and most easily digested food, and ns such the best nour ishment for a weak stomach; at the same time, through the process of fermentation which Kumyss undergoes, medicinal qualities arc de veloped which we vainly look for in materia medica. In nausea, vomiting, extreme eases of dv«pcpsla, Kumvss acts like a charm, promptly relieving all the distressing symptoms of such cases. Wherf the stomach rejects all else, Kumvss is retained and assimilated, affording the patient nourishment, strength, and comfort, and as a logical consequence,nervousness ceases and refreshing sleep follows. InscorlcUntermit tcut gastric, and typhoid fever, Kuniyss is the best diet, it sal isfies thirst and hunger andalluys the fever. Kumyss has considerably the ad vantage over drugs, in that it never can do burin To dose an irritable stomach with drugs is an absurdity which .unintelligent physician attempts in this day. But not only in extreme ca«c« should Kumyss be resorted to; it should bo the chief remedy fora weak stomach under nil circumstances. The dyspeptic nrafn-worker with a few glasses of Kumyss a day will improve his digestion and his nerve force. Ladles would be less nervous, more vigorous, and healthier looklng if they would add to their dally diet a few glasses of Kumyss.” v • - Send for treatise on Kumyss. Beware of Imi- Arend’s Kumyss Is not sold to the trade, but to”consumnra only. A. Areud, chemist, corner Madison street and Fifth avenue. FILES! PILES'.! PILES'.!’. A sure cure for Blind, Blccdimr. Itching', and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered hy Dr. Will iams. A single box of DU. WILLIAMS’ INDIAN PILE OINTMENT has cured the worst chronic cases of twenty-live years'standing. 11 litre, relief in live mlniitesallertisiiig. WILL IAMS’ OINTMENT absorbs the tumors, soothes pain, allays the Intense itching, especially after getting warm in bed, acting as a poultice. IMs prepared for Piles, itching ot tho parts, and nothing else. Sold by druggists, or mailed on receipt of price—*l. by VAN SCHAACK. STEVENSON & CO., Chicago. Forcousli*- colds, aMhma, bronchitis, and consumption. Macnlister’s cough mixture is the standard and well-tried remedy; also for whooping-cough and croup. John P. Lee, cor ner H aisled and Harrison streets, and all drug gists. - $25 to $25,000 used Judiclonaly in grain dealing yields large profits. Forpamphlot and electric pen reports write to W. T. Soule & Co., Brokers. 130 La Snlle-st., Chicago. CIGAJiS. CIGARS. Fresh Invoices of all Havana Cigars from the East arrired yesterday at HERBERT W, TURNER'S, _ . 118 North Clark-sU - AGO STECK, GROCERIES, WIRES, die. JOBBER AND RETAILER. MAIN STORE, 79-and i! Stete-st. BRANCH STORE, 210 & 212 N. Clark-sl. Chicago’s Great Grocer AND 11 MERCHANT. Desires to call the atten tion of Grocers, Motel Pro prietors, Restaurants, and Housekeepers to his late importation of Fall and Winter Goods, collected from all parts of the earth, which arc guaranteed to-be in the height of the latest fashions when your belly reminds you of hunger. Our prices are the LOW EST, and quality the BEST. IB IB ffl SOI Thousands of say it is to their interest; the “elite” of Chicago say it just suits their convenience; the working classes say it is greatly to their advan tage; in fact, the largest and most intelligent part of the populace of this ME TROPOLIS say it is the only place that gives perfect sat isfaction. Why ? For the obvious reason that they know they are dealing with THE MOST POPULAR, THE MOST RELIABLE, and THE ONLY KNOWN HOUSE IN THE GREAT WEST. An establishment that does business by electricity; that lias telephonic communica tion with every part of the city; that executes and de livers all orders with elec tric dispatch; that is lit up by electricity. People trou bled with the gout, blues, loss of appetite, etc., while purchasing goods in this mammoth establishment, under the-beneficial influ ence of tliis wonderful light, which physicians say is na ture’s own cure, have found immediate relief and gone home with light hearts and hearty appetites to enjoy a dinner from the many good tilings selected from this immense house, which con tains the largest stock of all the rare delicacies and substantial goods of the world’s productions. A T . B. —Send lor October and Price-List, which ennincratestlic finest selections of the most popu lar known brands of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Cordials, Ales, Min eral Waters, and Cigars. Gpr&fiWaol DRY GOODS, SHOES, cCc. Tremendoye 500 doz. all-linen Huck Towels at sc, worth Sc. 10,090 pcs Hamburg Edirlng at f.£. ii. 2L 1,2, 3,4, 5, 6. 7, 8. 9,10, 11, 12«4, 15. 15,18, 20, 22,25.25, 31, 33. 35. 37*,5, 39, 44,48. 50, 55,59, 69, 79, 85c, sl. and $1.23. Half their Real value. 1,000 pcs Ileal Torchon Laces at U£, 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8.9,10,12 u, up to 37iic. Immense Bargains. 200 cartons Real Black Ostrich Tips at 15, 18, 25, 35, 40,50,65, 75,90 c, sl, SL2S, and $1.50.. Half regular prices. 300 samples of Fancy Feathers, Birds* Plumes, etc. All tho latest novelties in Millinery at less than ba'f price. 200 pcs blk Gros Grain SiJks at 48,50.60, 65, 75, So, 90.95 c. $1,15, $1.20, $1,35, $1.50, $1.73, $1.90, and $2, from forced cash sales. Special bargains. 200 pieces Rlcn Black Satins at 60, 70, 75, 80 85, 00, 95c, sl, sl.lO, $ 1.12!-s, $1.15, $1.25, Up to $2.25. From Cush Auctions, very cheap. 300 do*4 Ladies’ and Misses’ Ombre Striped Wool Hose at IS. 20,22,25,23, and 33e, awfulcheap -100 cases Ladies’ Felt Hats, new styles, at 35, 39* 44,50,69,73, 85c, and sl, half of millinery store prices. 50 do /. Black Rich Long Ostrich Plumes at $1.25, $1.50, $2. $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, best value ever offered. 500 doz Corsets at 29,44,48,65,73, 85, 90, 05c, sl, $1.25, and $1.50, special close prices. 100 pcs Colored Silks, all the newest shades, at 50,55,60,65,75,85, 90c, sl, sl.lO, and SL2O, prices guaranteed lower than elsewhere. 1,000 Roys’ Short Pants at 39,44,50, 59, and 65c. 200 pr Ladies* Pebble Goat Shoes at sl, worth $1.75. GOO pr White blankets at $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5, $3.50, $6, $6.50, and $7, Im- mense value. 500 Boys’ Suits, 4 to 10 years, at $2.23. $2.75, $3.30, $4.00, $5.75, $6.50, and $7.50. Extraordinary value. 300 pcs Black and Colored Silk Velvets at 75c, SI, 81,10, $1.15. $1.33, $1.33, $1.30, $1.73, $1.85, and $3,1 rora auction, very cheap. 50 pcs Handsome Embroidered Flannels at sl, worth $1.75. 500 Ladies' All-Wool Dolmans, handsomely trimmed, at SB, $lO, SU, $12.50, sl3, sll, sls, sl6, $lB, S2O, $33, $35. Matchless Bargains. SOOpr Ladies’ Button and Lace Shoes at $2, worth $3.50. 2.000 Bed Comforters at 75c, sl, $1.25, $1,30. $1.75, $2. $2.25, and $3, less than jobbing prices. 3.000 Turkish Bugs at St. 07c. $1.05, $2.04, $2.37, $3.30. $3.45. $4.40. $5.20, $5.07, $7.70, SB,SO, $23, and $24, unapproachable bargains. 600 pcs Nottingham Lace for Curtains at S, 10, 12, 15.18, 20, 22, 25, 30, 35, 37*5, 40, 45. 50, 55, 60. 70, 75, 80, 85, and 00c. Our own importation. 2.000 Lace Lambrequins, White and Ecru, at 28, 30, JK. 40, 45. 50. 55. 00. 65, 70, 75c. sl, aud $1.15. 300 Boys* Overcoats at $3, $3.50, sl, $4.50, and up to $7.50, special bargains. 500 Misses’Cloaks and Havelocks at $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $1.50, ‘ss, §O, up to $12.30; elegant styles; very cheap. 300 Remnants of Cloths and Cassimeres at 40 per cent off regular prices. 1.000 Children’s Merino Cloaks at $1.50, $1.75, $2.25. $2.75, $3, $3.50, $4, $1.50. $5. SG, s7,‘ SB, SO, $lO, up to $23. A manufacturer’s stock at 50c on the dollar. 300 doz Ladies* Full Regular Colored Hose, ex tra Icmrih, at 25c, worth 40c. 500 doz Misses’ and Children’s Fancy Hose, full regular, at 25c, worth 37&c. 200 do/. Misses’ and Children’s French Imported All-Wool Hose at 62c. worth 90c. 300 cartons Now Fancy Ribbons, newest and latest styles, imported, at 25,29, 39,49. 59, 69, 79,8Uc. up to $1.39 pr yd, less than wholesale milliners. louse Jobbing Prices. 2.000 Ladies’ Felt Skirts at 35.45, SO, 60,05, 75, Ssc, $1,51.20, §1.50, §1.75, §2.25, §2.50, $3, §3.50, up to $0.73. 500 pcs lUue-Bhick Velveteens at 30,40, 45,50. 60. Go, 70. 75, 65c, sl, sl.lO, $1.25, ana $l.o0; matchless bargains. 100 pcs urocaded Silks and Satins nt 75. 80c, sl, $1.20, $1.25, $1.35, $1.45, $l5O, $1.75, $1.85, and $1.90; special value. Wo will offer in our Cloak Department this week — 200 Elegant Garments imported Light Cloth, Silk, and Satin Dc Lyon Dolmans and Cir culars. Also Fur-Lined Dolmans and Cir culars at M less than can be obtained else where. 1.000 Wool Shawls at $1.50 $2, $3, $4, $5, $6, $7, SB, and $lO. 300 Kem'ts of Flannels at X less than regular prices. 200 doz Ladles’ French Unbleached Hose, full regular cxtra v long, at 20c, cheap at 4Uc. 200 gross Elegant Hoses at 2,3, 4, and sc, worth double. 500 doz Sow Pleated Collhas at 3.5, 8,10,12,15, IS, 21, 22, 25,30, 35, 3754, 44, 50c, up to sl.2n. We will open during the coming week elegant line of Pasomentries and Headed Gimps Made- Up Lace Goods and newest designs in Jewelry, Hair-Goods, Funs, and New Laces Prices Unapproachable by iny Other House. All goods marked In plain figures. One price forall -Monet* refunded at all limes if goods are NOT SATISFACTORY. !I8 and 120 State-st. EP PS’ COCOA.. GRATEFUL—COMFORTING. BREAKFAST. ‘•Hr a thorough knowledge of the natural I‘Tws which covero the operations of digestion and nutri- SSIEMS br™ careful apDltoUon-of ttc One piyggj ilea of well-selected Cocoa. Mr. Epps baa provutoa our breakfast-tables with a dehcale ly-tia ▼ orea be ver ql’c which may save us many heavy bin* it l» by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually hulU uw until strung enouch to resist every tendency to ‘‘keiwe. dreds of subtle maladies are dealing around ready to ‘iitnck wherever there Is a weak point. 'Vc may » by Keeping ourselves weft fortified with pure blood and a properly-nourished frame.’*—Clvll-Servlce Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold in tins only Os-lb. ajdUb.). CQ% Homoeopathic bondon, Bng Also, EPFS’ CHOCOLATE for After noons. " CATBItJiK- ECKABDT, Fash ip nable* Caterer, 2G:t wjjst midisu.v-st. FINEST TABLE SERVICE IN THE COLNTRT Wedding Cakes sent to anjrnart of the Union. GO-AGAIN & REV-EL ARE HLJJPI*Y. GAZE OJST THIS, AND GAZE ON THAT FRQM pm ii, At 30c on the dollar. Parlor and Chamber Ms FROM IMSS. Bookcases, Olcs Fixtures, Bedding. 1 FOR YOURSELF. ■ m oi Ml il MEGAN & REVELL, Cor. Fifth-av. and Randoiph-st. RiioyzEs. We have just received three of the liuest Real Bronze Pieces ever brought to this city, by the cele brated artistsi. if 5J if ! 5J “LAURENT.' Dinner Sets and all Pot teries and Porcelains ot Europe in Great variety. Qvingion Brothers & Ovington, 146 STATE-ST. EDUCATIONAL,. XI-XE TTA ft, VAJIB S CHO OL, 2101 IXDIANA-AV.. Corner Twenty-flrsi-sU A school for bOTS. will reopen WEDNESDAY, SEPT. H Primary and higher department. Careful pre mii-Mtinn for college. the sciuniitic school, and bus! ness life. Located in the best part of the city; accessible by the street-cars. The building stands ?Soon b iTlffiw. Plenty oMight and yrln formauonapply or juim . GRANT,2IOI Indiana-ar.. Chicago. ALLEN INSTITUTE. noiitvhtftillr situated In best part of the city. All SS&BSSSaSOS^ sissf.?:*™. ssssssn™. MR. and MRS. BOURNiQ'JE’S SCHOOLS FOR DANCING. SlDE—Nfttatorium, 306 Madlson-st- SOUTH SIDE—US Tweniy-fourth-au* near Indl ar \VUi V reopeo SATUKDAV. Oct. 8. For particulars send for Catalogue. it i • 9 DANCING lartos,* WEST SIDS 3. The School of Languages, . CENTRAL MUSIC-HALL. , , rRNUT COHN Oireeior. ZdZ RESTORATIVE. RICORD’S VITA Restores Xcrvom and Physical Boxes of 30 pills, |LiO; lUJ, C; tfO. CAUTION, flavins bardlv sot rid of one impostor, who ooun- Klcorrt*s Vital KcstoraUve and changed its terfclted Kicont Restorative, when a second ssw-ngjig-sa ;„ h r er r^u«n bc^aT^« e dne « lrum me- Van ScnaacS. monD. M. D. Solo Pro,. The (rename can he had of Gale A IH°«kuPalni« HOUSEHOLD GOODS. AND Stoves. BOCrownJewels And 500' Second-Hand Stom at Eyft Opening Prices. Cook Stoves, Ranges, Hat Trees, Wardrobes, Parlor Beds, Saloon Fixtures. IS NO illttl f| Bargains! I y U | ftl| MAHISONS PEORIA srslßfcj Throw open their doors Monday morning with the most Complete Stock of Jiew, Vovel, and Elegant Goods in all Depart ments, which will be sold at prices which will still further proclaim them the great Bargaii; llouse of the West Division., ■* Tiiis Week’s Sensation! 3 cases of the world-renowned Bellon’s wear-resisting Silks, at $1.22,1.42, and 1.72; yon pay $1.50, 1.75, ana 2.00 on State street. . ■ lease Black Moire Satin-stripe Silk, $1.49; well worth $1.75. _ 2 cases Black Damasse Silks, Oo and 80cj sold by other houses for 90c &$1.20. 250 pcs very elegant Lyons Silks, sl.la and $1.20; extra value -100 pcs French Satin, in all the leading similes, only 98c. 1 case Skirting Velvets, 27-inch, $2.59 and $2.09; rich goods. „ Handsome line black and colored Silk Plushes, from $2,09 np. 2 cases 24-in. line Dress Flannels, 20, 35, and 39c; worth 20 per ct. more. 1 case Saxony Plaids, only 39 and o9c> extra cheap. , ~ , , 1 case Ombre Stripes In leading shades. 79c* 1 case Cordeiir Suiting, 42-in., Tery stylish, 99c, , . 1 case Bengalese Suiting, 44-In., a bar -1 cafe'sublime jiommie Cloth, 4G-in., 49 and S'Jc; superb goods- Many other Bargains In our immense Dress Goods stock which apace will not permit us to. specify. Suits,-Dolmans, Circulars, 1 Wraps, Shawls." We arc offering decided Bargains .In rich Hem ster lined Circulars at the extreme low priceof $22.05. 156 magnificent latest-style Dolmans, trimmeefewith Coney, Fox. and Beaver, only $4?. 547. Sso. and up. 300 extra quality Silk Cir culars, fur-lined, 525 and Sag. Silk, Satin, and Marivelleaux Dresses; we cany an endless variety at bottom prices. WILL ALSO OFFER THIS WEEK' RESTORATIVE Special Bargains in HOSIERY. UNDERWEAR, housekeeping goods, gloves, laces, MILLINERY, etc. IVO luAJCTY : Should purchase one dollar’s worth until she com pares our goods and prices in the meantime. Re member, you make your selection from a stock which is bran new. We have no carried over stock to show. Call, bring your friends, and test the strength of our argument. Samples mailed to any address. Respectfully, H P. F.IYM & m 5 ■im shop. DRY GOODS, Ac.