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THINGS THEATRICAL,
What Has Been Played Duringthe
Past Week.
High Tragedy at Three Theatres
This Week.
Xast Week of the Union Square Com-
pany at the Grand.
UEVIEXV OF THE "WEEK.
The attendance at all tlie theatres during
tlie past week has* been very laree indeed,
“standing room only ” being the. rule every
evening at nearly all of them. The proxi
mate closing of the Exposition has filled the
city with strangers, and they have constituted
tlie majority of tlie audience. It has been a
profitable week for the managers, and they
have beamed upon tlie - stranger within
their gates 1 ’ with even more than their
wonted effulgence. It is probable that tlie
.'toiuing week will he equally .successful
• anancinlly for these fortunate gentlemen
'. with the one just past, altliou gh the muse of
tragedy, which paradoxically is anything
but amusing, will have full sway
it three of the theatres, and
smotional comedy dramas of; the French
jehool be the attraction at tlie third.
Atllaverly’s Theatre during the past week
Ur. John McCullough, supported by a much
better company than Is usually given to a
“star, 5 ' has been seen in four different char
acters. On Monday and Tuesday nights lie
ippeared as King icnr; at the Wednesday
nia Saturday matinees as intjintiar ; on
Wednesday and Thursday evenings as iidin
let.- and on Friday and Saturday nights as
'•Hosier ill Kk-hard ILL” We liave, dur
ing the week, commented at some length on
tile interpretation given by this gentleman of
tint different nai ls he lias .played. A con
scientious, painstaking artist of the robust
school of actors, he has appeared to much
better advantage as the discrowned, un
fortunate King, and as the- crafty
murderous Duke than in the other parts es
sayed. Mr. McCuliongh's greatest successes
have, however, been won in such parts as
Virginias, yjwrtiicii.s, and Othello, for
which he is peculiarly well fitted by nature
and by training.
At Jlooley’s Theatre Mr. T. W. Keene
appeared on Monday and Tuesday
Jiidielicn; at the Wednesday matinee as
Shjllock; on Thursday evening and Saturday
matinee as Hamlet; Fridav evening as
O'luster; and Saturday night as Marhclli,
«finessing these ditferent personations, we
have tried to find evidence that the actor
had justified the predictions of his
zealous friends, and was developing
more and more into the polished,
linislied, studious artist, such as the stage
always needs to whom the public invariable
give a cordial greeting. What Mr. Keene
t*”?/ become in tne future few would care to
predict. That lie is today very far short of
being a great actor is proven by his perform
ances. On these, as they were presented, we
have already expressed an opinion. Kot one
of them has been wholly satisfactory, and
the Hamlet falls short of even average mer
it. tilnilvrl; is the best of the rotes assumed.
There is no evidence of study, of a conscien
tious desire to leant and improve, of a schol
arly insight into the true meaning of the
characters presented, of fidelity to traditions
where they have had the sanction of the
greatest of performers. Mr. Keftnc appears
to be thoroughly satisfied with himself and
with his work: he shouts familiar lines
to file galleries, and the “gallery gods’
welcome the familiar sayings with applause.
He may he right—he may be the founder of
a new school—he may prove the legitimate
successor of Garrick or of Kean. As yet we
see no proof that he lms qualifications supe
rior to tnose of many other “leading men”
upon the stage. A good actor he undoubt
edly is—that lie is a great one remains to be
shown.
At the Grand Opera-House the Union
Square Theatre company have given
‘•French Flats” all the week to crowded
houses and to the largest business of the
present engagement. The play itself makes
no pretentions to literary 'merit. It
is simply a clever adaptation and re
arrangement of a French plav by
3lr. Cazaurau in order to afford an
audience unlimited tun and amusement.
In tills respect the farce-comedy is a remark
able success, rendered doubly so by the ef
forts of tlte fine company employed in its
presentation.
At. Mc\ ieker’s Theatre “ Josh Whitcomb ”
has had another week of undiniinlslied popu
larity. It is a question how long this play
could be run and draw crowded houses. Wo
doubt whether the problem is ever likelv to
receive an answer. Mr. Thompson’s ren
dition of the old farmer is one of the very
best bits of eharacler-actingou the stage. It
is so natural, so easy, so humorous that it
commands our interest from the start. The
supporting company was substantially the
tame as last year.
FOB THIS 'WEEK,
Atllooley’s Theatre Mr. T. W. Keene will
repeat some old roles and also try some new
ones. On Monday, Wednesday, and Satur
day evenings he will play Glontcr in
“ Richard IIL”; on Tuesday he will take
the part of Macbeth; at the Wednesday
matinde he wiil appear as Ticrtuccio in “The
Fool’s Revenge; on Thursday as Othello;
Friday as Hamlet, and Saturday matinee as
Jiichcllcu. Tins is also the last week of Mr.
Keene’s engagement, and lie will be succeed
ed by hartley Campbell’s “ My Geraldine.”
At/Uaveriy’s Theatre during the coming
week Sir. 3£eCuliough wilt be seen in the
three parts in which lie is the {neatest. In
two of them lie lias probably no rival, unless
It may be the Italian actor Salvini, or tile
new comer here, Rossi. On Monday and
Tuesday lie will take the part of Spnrtdciw
In Ur. liird’s tragedy, “ The Gladiator.” On
Wednesday and Thursday he will play
Othello; Friday evening Virainiiin again;
Saturday evening “ The Gladiator,” and
Wednesday matinee in “The Rady of
Lyons ”as Claude Mclnotte. This is the
last week of Mr. McCullough’s engagement
at tiiis theatre.
At McVicker’s theatre the Xew England
fanner slips off and heavy tragedy statics on
In liis placce. The distinguished young
tragic aelress, Mary Anderson, commences
an engagement of two weeks at this theatre
tomorrow night. She will appear in all the
principal plays of Iter repertoire, and also in
two new ones—'“Pygmalion mid Galatea” and
“Tile Daughter of Roland.” On Monday
night she will appear in “Evadne”: on
Tuesday in “Ingomar”; on Wednesday in
‘•Romeo and Juliet”; on Thursday in -‘The
Lady of Lyons”; on Friday as Blanca in
“I arid”; Saturday matinee in “Romeo and
Juliet”: and Saturday night in “Pygmalion
and Galatea.” As tier company is a new
one, we append the cast of “Evadne” for to
morrow night as their introduction:
Eradne.. ....
Oolonua
Vinccntio
Ludovico..
The King
Bpalatro ...
FirstC« urtior...
Becutu! Courier..
Olivia.... ...
At the Grand Opera-House tlie Union
Square company cmer upon the last week
”J, tl>e.»' engagement. The more’s Uie pity,
ihey will be much missed, and heartily wel
comed back apart* when they are ready to
revisit us. Hurinp the week they will vary
their prosraui to some extent. On -Monday
nip r. -Mlamel Itoclmt” will be repealed,
with .Miss i-leanor Carey in the role of Lm
Jlcit'lcrsinu Tuesday and Wednesday nipht
ami,Wednesday maunf-e -‘Felicia,” with tlie
saine-east as three weeks apo. and on Tliurs
dayiinpiit and tor the rest of tlie week Edpar
reis" r-i 'F ne,ul ” Will bepiven for
the Inst .line tins season. This successful
pJ.ij was mst pi yen liereAup. !i. |ssi. a,,,! „ s
\\c have iloiic with the other phivs given this
of This • ' >e ap|,tlui Recast of iast year and
ifSr^^SifcStSK s '-
« miaoi ilesdovrs.w. .M.muki’nicrV.Vw; ySSS?*
tanner U Majmus.’,..T K Morris
Edjih KrejdViiiV.V.V.'liteanoy'cSro?’ ”Kme'willii’n
births.
tcotraiford papers please copy. < v
aSSiSSa'S.iSS’SJ:
Ta© following marriage licenses were issued yes
terday:
A«mf and residents,
3 .lames 11. McClccvy. Louisville. Kv...
< Hattie J 5. Meboniey, Kansas City, Mo.
3 Charles Brauer. Marcuse, la
(Emma K. Kiuuka, itoseland. 11l .
3 Mnlliias Mayer, Chicago
i Anna ItaUi, Chicago..
} .John Yuak. Chicago .....
tl.lr.nie Lehn, Chicago
3 .luhn Points. Chicago.....
t Mrs. Vowzelow, Chicago
3 Faniucl C. Wlstenlabl. South Chicago.
( Petronella I'aulson. South Chicago..,
j Johan Olaf Bjorkman, South Chicago.
t Maria l.indherg. South Chicago
3 John W. Murphy, Chicago
I H lorn Cantlor, Chicago
3 E. C. Hobbs. II South Green
(Maggie K. Pitzsimmons,Chicago..
3 F. Ladendorf, tss West Twentieth
(Sophia Miller. VC3 West Twentieth....
3 Thomas McNurney, Chicago
l Katie Conway, Chicago
< John Durban, SS3 West Madison
(Mary Shannon, 741 Blue lsland>av
3 Wilhelm Gronbcrg. Chicago.
< Eva sherer, Chicago.....
3 Hans Borgeson, 31 Alaska
(Josephine Smith, ;.U Alaska
3 J. D. lloeh. Blue Island, 111
( Mrs. J.. F. W. Hide, Blue Island, 1it.....
3 Lebbmto Slnosi. 475 Fifth-av
t Uosa A. Kussi», 475 FiUh-av
< uiwrencc O. Farrell, IGI Twenty-first..
(Mrs. Anna Murray, all Twenty-first...,
3 Julius Kadow. 2iW Sedgwick
( Kosalum Pimzke, 2Ui Sedgwick
ilLM.llnll. Chicago.,,.,
(C. A. Lye, Chicago...
3 Josef Filek, 4.77 West Eighteenth
( Ucgtna Soman. Chicago...,
t T. W. Wctherell. Chicago...
(Susie K. Earnest. Chicago .....
311. Woltxexi. 1U) Dayton
t Bertha Massman. Chicago.... t-....
' H- C. Skoren,
(Carrie Olson.
3 F. llalash. Itt) West fctsvemeeiUh
( Barbara I'olona, Chicago
{ L. <«, Olson. J4J Market
(.V. S. Johnson, 243 .Market
3 Charles Tesas, 535 Jefferson
(Barbara Boucek, Chicago
3 F. Duenslng, Pollman,
} Etta smith. Pullman, 111
3 G. F. CUfferffeld. Chicago.
(M.-J. Delalour, Chicago
3 John Bailey, Uvde Park, 111.,..
(Sarah Ulgguia, Hyde Park.|lH.....
3 W. B. White, Chicago
( K. .1. Stokes, Chicago.
3 Johann Pekoe. XU West Seventeenth..
(Anna Smika, 5.4 West Seventeenth
3 Julius Bernke. Chicago.
( Fnmciska Samp, Chicago...-....,
3C. A. Newton, WebsierCity. la..
( Mary M. Buck, Grant Park, HI
> George Heimbrodt, 24 West Madison....
(Mary CWey, 22 Congress
< G. F. Edmanson, 174 Thirty-first
{ Anna Keafcnberg, Chicago
3 Henry Jungas,22Ji Soutn llalsied... ...
(Mary Peiffer, 321 Miciiigan
i Arthur Bnrslow, 11. VI State
(Emelia Wiheuc, UklSuue
3 Herman Schultz, Chicago..
( Sophia Miller, Chicago.,
3 C. C, Clemmen, Chicago
K.J. Brunch, Chicago..,
i G. O. Spooner. Batavia, HI
(Mrs. Amy S. Bolding, Chicago
3 August Johnson. 73 Eleventh
( Mathilda Johusou. T-i Eleventh....
3 Edward M- Allen. Chicago...
(Carrie A. Sweet, Oregon. JIJ,
McCLEKUT—MEHORNAV—At the resilience of
the Rev. Arthur Little, Oct. 5, Mr. J, R McCleerv, of
Louisville. Ky., undMiaa Ihutie Mehornay. of Ean
sas City, Mo.
O’CONNOR—FORD—At St. Patrick’s Church. Oct, 3,
hy the Uev. Father Maloney. Mr. J, O’Connor and
Miss R R Ford.
AXDHKSON—BATON— At the resilience of Mr*. K,
A. fienneiu t*4 Jackson-st,. Milwaukee. Wis.. Sept.
Charles E. Anderson and Lilian M. Eaton, both of
Chicago.
BRENOCK—Oct. 7. of hemorrhage of the lungs,
Michael J., youngest son of Patrick and Catharine
fire nock, aged rears.
Funeral from his late residence. ssi West Monroe
su, Sunday, net. y. at U o’clock a. m., to St. .larlath’s
Church, thence by can* to Calvary.
KJIISVTHK —At a:3li a. tn., Oct. 7. of typhoid fever
in her iMth year. Miss Jean, second daughter of John
Forsythe, Esq.
Funeral services at the residence, 25 Grovcland
Park, at 4 o’clock p. m„ Sunday, Oct, y. The remains
■will he taken to SpringtleM. 111., on the y o’clock p. m.
Chicago & Alton Railroad tniin. Friends ol the
family are requested to attend without further no
tice.
IIKSUY—Oct, fi. Udrlet Henry, aged 40 rears.
Funeral from his late residence. Sumtav, Oeu y. at
11 o’clock, to Columh&iU Church, thence bV carriages
to Calvary Cemetery.
KASTNEII—The funeral of 'Richard Kastner win
take place from Ids late residence. No. s»a West Imil
dlan»-st.. on Sunday, OcU y, atlpl m., to Uosehill
Cemetery by carriages.
FIELDING—In Atlanta, Ga~ John Fielding, in his
4Sth year, beloved husband of Catharine Fielding.
The remains will be brought home for Interment.
Funeral on Sunday from his late residence, 20S
South Dcsplaines-su, to St, Patrick’s Church, thence
bv cars to Calvary Cemetery. Requiem High Mas'
MondayatSo. in. in St- Patrick's Church.
tif“Glasgow (Scotland) papers please copy.
ANGLE—Oct, S, Dr. J. P. Angle, aged 50 years,
Ewing It lock, corner of Clark and Kinzle-sts.
ROSECUANS—Oct. iJ, Willie, infant son of William
and Ida Rosccrans, aged 1 month and 15 days.
GAJrKINS—'Iho funeral services of ,f. IE Galkins
will take place from the residence of Ills s>on. No. USS
West Wastuncton au, today at 1 o’clock.
HOGAN—AtSSO South Jefferson su. Mary A, be
loved -wife <jt James K. llojrnn, used ‘A* years.
Funeral Sunday, oct. U, at 10 o’clock, by carriage to
Calvary Cemetery.
O’NEll.li—Ocu S, at residence. 2SB Csilumet av,
Catherine I*.. beloved wile of Frank O’Neill, axed 33
years and 5 mouths.
Notice of the funeral hereafter. ’
O’BRIEN— Saturday, Oct, 8. Charlie O’Brien, a=cd
S years, son of John and liUenO’lirlmt.
Funeral services at residence. No. 34S North Wood
su, Monday, at II a. m., thence by carriages to Cal
vary.
BAIN—Oct-7, of consumption, Mary, beloved wife
of David Bain, aged IK years.
Mineral will take place from her laio residence, TJ
cr.holto-st., Sunday at 1 o’clock p. m., by carriages to
Ko^chlll.
KURTZ—Oct. S, at 10 a. m„ Charlie S. t son of George
and Nellie Kurtz, aged 8 months.
Funeral from residence. 743 liubbard-sU, Oct. 10. at
1 p. m., to Waldheim.
MOORE—Ocu 0, at Columbus. 0., Harry Clcaveland.
only son of Eben IE and EucyC. Moore.
Interment East.
C2T" Dubuque papers please copyj
PKltllV—At Kill Uuttcrtleld-st.. Mary A., beloved
wife of Charles Ferry, of pulmonary consumption
aged -J years ’1 months and HI days, on Saturday, y:IU
a. Di.. OcU h« 1551.
VANCEKAVE—At Junction City. Tex., on Tues
day. Ocu 4.1881, of consumption, John Andrew Van
cleave, aped JO years. I month, and 13 dava. Deceased
was a brother of James IE B. Vancleave of Chicago,
andformerly lived in thecltv.
TiT Galesburg and Knoxville, 111., papers please
copy.
MKNZKSIIEIMER—After a short Illness, Freder
ica, dauebter of Ferdinand and Ida Mcnzcsheimcr
of inflammation of the lungs, aped 14 ycura and 3
months.
Funeral rrom residence of parents, Blsscll-sE. at
10 o’clock a. nu, Monday, Oct. 10.
Al^SH —Mrs. Anne, beloved wife of Geor»e
M alsh, at the residence of her son, 53 North Suntra
inon-M, naed-W years.
Funeral Tuesday, Oct. 11, carrlatres to Calvary.
QUINN—In this city on Saturday, OcU S, James J
Quin n. aped 31 yea rs-
Fiineralwill take place from* his residence, °T*7
Wentworth-av., at 111 a. m. Sunday, Ocu tl.
CONNKEl^—Ssiturduyat 4 p. m.. at tats residence,
vKO tenth May-su, of consumption. Daniel Connell,
apod 34 years and 4 months.
Funeral Monday, ocu 10, from hlslato residence by
cars to Calvary Cemetery-
HUBBARD—On Sunday. Oct. 2, at South Acton,
Me., retor Robert Hubbard, late resident of Oils city.
A SURE
RECIPE
For fine Gppiexn.
... 31 ary' Anderson
.......J. li. Suniley
W. H. Harris
:U. L. Downing
....T. L. Coleman
.Joseph Anderson
W. Laveile
Grace Logan
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Jet Goods, Pcrfnincry,
Leather Goods and Satchels,
Soaps, Cosiiictiifiics, and Toi
let Articles,
BEADS & BASKETS,
The Grandest Exposition of
JiOYELTIES
CHICAGO,
On sale at our centre fixtures front of the
Store.
mmmmum.
Ladies’ CJolli Cloaks,
Ladies’ Silk Cloaks and Wraps,
Muslin Underwear
AT LOWEST PRICES.
ITOUI ZEPHYR GOODS.
BRIG-A-3RAG, Toys, Dolls, Bronze
Clocks, Plaques, Curios, SCREENS,
And Vienna, Japanese, Turkish, Pa
Isienne WARES.-
NOVELTIES FROM ALL PARTS OF Til
mini).
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enna Bentwood Chairs.
C. Ao Contact & Go.
GRAND DEPOT,
145 STATfI-ST.
s gits Ay n aa r mexts.
BUI SOTO.
226 State-si,
Will show this week the Largest
and Best Assortment of Ladies’,
Misses’, and Children’s
Cloaks,
Dolmans,
Ulsters,
' Havelocks,
Jackets,
Also Rannsl, Momls Glotii, Casli-
mere, Black and-Goiorad
Silk Ms,
We are the only house in the West who
iini* the material from the manufacturer
direct, ami make all oiir. omi garments
in our factory connected with ohr sales
room, thus saving buyers the iohhcr’s
prolits. VVe will sell yon garments 25
per cent cheaper than other houses. Low
rent and small expenses enable us to do
this.
Call ami convince yourselves. No trou
ble to show goods. Garments of every
description made to ordci - .
THE BERLIN Stiff CO.,
Open Evenings.
sacsfciteit
'J'JiA AJsJj C'OFFICE.
“AT LAST I AM HAPPY”
3L|>rr * Is the exclamation of every
P ”° o( * housekeeper who trios
0 Baaotf our choice I’ure Tea.
“OH, HOW DELICIOUS,”
18 the Husband's exclamation
B B St!i.rL2Li(L yhon ho drinks a cup of our
Mattachany, Java, ;in d MocUu
J B übbw Collco at «* cent* per pound.
Formosa- Ta Mporliog Co,
S 8 SXATE-ST,
TURKISH GOODS.
TURKISH RUGS
M r e will announce full particulars of a grand
AUCTION SALE
TURKISH BUGS
AXD
EMBROIDERIES
in a few (ten.
ELISON, KLEBSHEIM & CO.
GLOVES, HOSIERY, Ac.
0. A, GOUTAttT
145 STATE-ST.
Glove-. Department.
As our excellent be
come known, our sales in this
department are increasing
daily. Ko better evidence of
the - intrinsic merit 0/ the
Gloves we offer can be ad
duced than this (/ratifying
fact.
Tlie Bps Glove,
The Monogram Glove,
The Foster Glove,
Contanfs Sealless Glove.
The most exquisite shades,
most perfect-fitting shins.
VS~AII Gloves fitted to the
hand for Ladies, and Gentle
men.
Hosiery and Underwear,
AND
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Pronounced complete in assort
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um m IIMFS.
Over 200 DIFFERENT Styles,
all new designs. Ladies will find
this the most attractive stock of
Laces in the city. Buttons and
Trimmings in all the latest Steel,
Ombre, and Iridescent Effects.
Our TRIMMED HATS and
BONNETS. The verdict of the
Public; “The most elegant Hats
at the lowest prices ever seen in
Chicago.”
C. A. Coutant & Co.
' GRAND DEPOT,
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HU USEKEEEIXG G O ODS.
WE HAVE
ON HAND
250 Carpets,
300 Heating ami Cook Stoves,
5- Hotel Ranges,
150 Desk and Rook Cases,
100 Chamber Sets, •
35 Parlor Suits,
Gas Fixtures, Lounges,
.Easy Cliairs, &c.,
Which must be sold before
our removal. We have to
move soon from our -present
location, and our aim is to
close out our entire stock at
cost, and a portion of it at less
than cost, as we do not‘wish
to move any more than nec
essary. We will give you
bargains never heard of be
fore if you will call and see
us. We can and will sell
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OCT. 5 AND 6,
On-which occasion wc shall make au
UNUSUALLY LARGE
And Elegant Display of
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Unrivaled Assortment of
Plumes, Beavers, and Novelties.
Host finality Beavers.. —....... .$2.50
Best finality Umlcrhrim Sensation... 75c
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Carrying the British an a United States Matts.
Now York and Liverpool, via Queenstown.
Tickets to and from the principal Knglish. Scotch,
Irish, french, German, Italian, uml Scandinavian
rums.
These steame rs carry no live stock of any kind,
i KANLia C. UUO\> N. (Jen. Western Agent,
i South Clurk-sU, Chicago,
ty* DKAf la on Great Britain. Ireland, and the
Continent for sate.
To Glasgow, Liverpool, Dublin. IJclfast, und London
* cvery Thursday. First Cabin, f») to
%»•>. nccurdlnu to accommodation- Fecund Cabin. £iu.
btecßige, outward, f-o, Ihese steamers carry neither
cattle, sheep, nor pies. J
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Proposal, will be received by the West Chicago
£im k *tV on,m ***loners timt! 4 p. m. Oct. 15, ISSI, for&U
him Irees, more or less, not less than f» Inches in
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lh? £‘H. und warranted for nvo
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
be received at the Office of the North-
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st., Chicago, 111., until a p. m. Oct. 15. 1881. for the
? iM cUl,n , ot Cas-Works Dnlldlng | n To»r n of
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Saratoga Ciiip Potatoes.
For Sale at all the Leading Grocers. Trade
supplied by .
CHICAGO SARATOGA CHIP CO.,
259 Randolph-st,
cures PINK EVE and aU
Otherßlood Poison in horses. w. D. SCOTT.’,
wW Wabash-aT„ Chicago.
STRAW JIATS.
Sc GO.,
145 STATE-ST.
OUR STORE
Is now crowded with beautiful
and attractive goods, and we do
not hesitate to say that we offer
the most effective assortment of
desirable Novelties ever'selected
for Chicago. •
Our prices are quoted
as the Standard, which
all competitors try to
follow. We hare made
the pace, and we pro
pose to hold the lead
audio distance all im
itators.
STRAW MTS.
JkJLuTu
OUR STRAW HATS
In First Quality Canton at
IS Gents.
AJU3L,
OUR STRAW HATS
In Porcupine, Rough and Ready,
English Milan, &c., in Cardinal,
Bronze, Myrtle, Black, &c., your
choice, all New Fall Shapes, at
49 Cents.
These Hats are the same as are
sold at Si. 50, Si. 25, and SI.OO, and
will be sold without reserve at
the uniform price of 49 cents.
OEEXING. *
OCEAN NAVIGATIONS.
STATE .LINE
MIS VEIjLANEO us.
TRY IT.
FEATHER TURBANS, Ac.
G. A.OOUTANT
Sr 00. 5
145 STATE-ST.
Sensation
, GASS'S:
Rffi TIMS
SSoOOa
We always sell the POPULAR
HATS at POPULAR PRICES.
Satin Underbrim
SENSATION,
73 cents.
Still 800 dozen on hand to sup
ply the ladies of Chicago and the
trade in general.
Corsage Bouquets,
liOiigifrlcliPlmes.
In these we take the lead .
Notwithstanding the great ad
vance and scarcity in Ostrich
Plumes, we offer
i s ooo
LONG BLACK PLUSES
AT
SI.OO,
Worth $1.30 ami $1.75.
Wings, Breasts, Fancy Feath
ers, Owls’ Heads, Impian, Birds’
Lophoplore, and all the other
Novelties.
Byocks, Melees, Glaces, Ombre
Plumes, in esthetic colorings.
C/A. Ooutant & Co.
GRAND DEPOT,
145 STATE-ST.
FURS.
At Low Prices!
tf'e allow our customers io be their otm
Judges. The largest and finest xtoclc in the
city, comprising Dolmans, Ulsters, Sacques,
Circulars, Mujfs andJioas, Caps, Gloves, Trim
mings, etc, »
.-f fine and select stoeJt. Furs of every dcserip
(t6n manufactured to order, Decoloring and
Uur Jit-pairing, Sacqtics Lengthened, etc.
CMS. STAMM
I79STATE-ST-
(Dttltncr House),
Manufactory, SI! ami S 5 Madison-st.,
Rooms 10, It, and 25.
MEBCITAXT TAILORING .
ire hare on onr counters one of the largest
and finest stories of Imported and Domestic
Woolens fur men's wear that was ever brought
to this market. The DESIOXS are ELEGATT,
the materials are from the I.KA I)lyre IXLT.LS
of this and other countries, and are I'irst-
C'tass in eeery respect.
Il'e are prepared to make the above goods to
order at eery Hi:A '.oy.UILE 1-ItICES, and
telU guarantee the material, workmanship,
and fit on alt garments turned out at this
hou#e..
An inflection incited.
WM.IGRDBEY, Tailor,
113 South dark-st.
Ifelhodist Church Isloek.
STOVES.
p XEW ««
, It before buying.
For sale by the following dealers;
Ernst Xlntick, :183 3>lvUlo n -«t.
Charles Kitchle. 88 North TVcllft^ftt.
UiMi««lein lSro«., s;ir North Clark-st..
John Koenig, -17« Lnt-rnbec-M.
«Tohn Oct, ;?1 North Clnrk>*t.
T, A. !»l»ulicr&(’«., 718 aiilivankeetsT.
Eonl* Mtanber, JiSO West C'Mcn~o-uv.
A. O. Wii«n«ehe. 2»l> Mllwaukce-av.
A. Ollentlorf, Ca« NVc«t Indiana-#*/
Empire Parlor Bed.lead Co.,«BaW,Madhoii
TJllcU Bourkc, US TVest MadUon-»t-
O. J. NleUucher, 04 South HaUted-«t«*
Christian Schmidt, SS7 Bine Uland-ar.
tT. Be Costa, SS-t Blue Inland-av.
«Jobn Aye, Weniworth-av.
Jlenry Stuckhnrt, »517 Archer*aw,
L- FUch. 1003 to ludfe Btate-at.
OUR
OUR
FAVOR.
S. M. ROTHSCHILD,
P.L.SJM&W,
30t & 306 Wabasli-aT.j
Have th e largest and finest stock of
In the city, of their own mann
facture, including Landaus, which
we Oder at low prices. Gurworlc
is unsurpassed in quality and fin
ish, and for fair dealing we refer
to thousands of our customers m
Chicago. ,
We have a large number of sec
ond-hand Carriages, taken in ex
change, for sale cheap. Call and
see us.
MADE FROM GRAPE CREAM TARTAR.
Housekeeper's favorite la leading cities of the.JOB
No other preparation makes such ll*ht» Bw* J 2.
breads, or luxurious pastry. Can be eaten by
tics without fear of the Ills resulting from hearywr
ccstibte food. Commended for purity and
someness by the Government Chemist, Dr. ilo«. _ •
ROYAL RAKING «*»arnipu ro New Ittgj
eg
a nfe aSb m recall box by express o£ -
Do HD flSßfl Candlesln America, put -
/rsߧaS\a
sTa IT ia B W to all Chicago. Addrsss - %
MitM | aB ™^£SSSS&h.
™ STYLES^
B ‘ ZJI B B illff An entirely new coni?#?
■ 111 ■ll BaR ONLY found «I:? *
VUIIiIJ KRANZ’S. BoStet|
oresiso.
S.M.ROTHSOHILD,
.\sß State-st.
OPENING
NEW
Fall and Winter Goods.
OWING TO THE BACKWARDNESS OF THE S£i
# SON lAM OFFERING
DECIDED BARGAINS.
AN EXAMINATION OF WHICH WILL Prq Vi
HIGHLYADVANTGEOL'S TO INTENDING
PURCHASERS.
SILKS.
IN THIS DEPARTMENT MV ASSORTMENT 13
ONE OF THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND ELEGANT
TO BE FOUND IN CHICAGO. AND EMBltACfcj
ALL THE CHOICEST EUROPEAN NOVELTIES Li
SILK VELVETS AND PLUSHES.
LYONS DRESS SILKS AND SATINS,
SILK AND SATIN BROCADES,
BLACK AND COLORED RILADAME3.
SATIN DB LYON. SURAHS. ETC.. ETC,
100 PIECES BLACK SILK 'VELVET,
• From fcTc per jarGo^
25 PIECES ALL-SILK SURRAUS,
47 I’IECES TIHiUHNG SATINS,
CLOAKS,
MV LINK OF THESE GOODS IS FARSUPEKIOB
TO ANV 1 HAVE HERETOFORE EXHIBITED
AND PRICES AUK EXTREMELY LOW.
£OO LADIES* ULSTERS. S 3 UP.
DRESS GOODS
a *
DEPARTMENT. FULL LINE OP DESIKABUP
NOVELTIES AT
PRICES LOWER
THAN ANV OTHER HOUSE.
75 PIECES ENGLISH CASHMERE BROCADES,*
40 INCHES WIDE, 25c
CORSETS
AT PRICES LOWER THAN ANV OTHER HOCSS.
ALL OF WHICH ARE Ob MV OWN MAKE.*TO
INSURE HEALTH, COMFORT. AND GRACE.
ROTHSCHILD'S OIV.V, ii
ROTHSCHILD'S PRIDE, STc.
ROTHSCHILD'S UNBREAKABLE HIP.H.
HIGH NOVELTIES IN DRESS TRIMMINGS. BOX.
TONS, PASSEMKNTAKIES, GIBULES, ETC.
LACES.
BLACK SPANISH LACKS, 2A 30.33 c.
CUEAM SPANISH LACKS, U. 17,21.240.
BLACK FHENCU LACES, 12.15,13,22 c.
IUISU X*OINT LACES. 23. L>7,50,60c,
BRABANT CUEAM LACES, 13.17,20,250.
TORCIION LINEN LACES. 2,3,4,5 c.
POINT DE VENICE, all linen, 3 incites wide, Sa,
sy* YOUR PRESENCE WILL BE ESTEEMED i
158 SXATK-ST.
GAItItIAGES.
MOXAh MAKJLSG
Absolutely Pure.
‘ VAN JOT.
From lUOop.
&'c perjara^.

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