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VOLUME XI jI.
DRY GOODS.
S.i> Rothschild,
158 State-st.
Josl iontliy, Tuesday, Wednesday,
. Thursday, Friday i Saturday,
Unprecedented
BARGAINS
Will be offered throughout the
entire house in each and every
department.
Clearing Sale!
Without regard to cost or values.
HUNTS
SMS,VELVETS & PLUSHES.
REMNANTS
hi Dress Fabrics,
1 and Wool Ms,
Silt and Wool Ombre Stripes,
AT ABOUT
50c on the Dollar.
Cloaks,
Dolmans,
Circulars,
Sacques,
Ulsters,
Havelocks,
FOR
ladies, la, and Cita,
A reduction of ONE-THIRD from
former prices.
Underwear,
Hosiery,
Gloves,
FOR
Mies, Gentlemen, and Cliildrcn,
All Marked Down.
Buttons,
Fringes,
Girdles,
Passementeries, \
Ribbons,
Laces,
Silk Handkerchiefs,
Linen Haridkerch’fs,
Lace Collarettes,
Lace Fichus, etc.,
At about half the usual price
asked elsewhere.
Ladies’ Felt Skirts,
Ladies’ Flannel Skirts,
Ladies’ Cloth Skirts,
Corsets for Ladies,
Corsets for Misses*
Corsets: for Children,
Fine White Bod Blankets,
Bed.Comfortables,
House Furnishing' Goods,
Flannels and Cloths,
Cents’ Furnishing Goods.
No other house in this city will
compete with my extraordinary
low prices during this sale, Cus
tomers should come in the morn
log to avoid the "jam" in the
afternoon.
i HI. ROTHSCHILD
168 STATE-ST.
cr.o'rinsG cr.KAJirsa sari:.
sHty-secon i>"'@ ei miTln nlot'ajL
Putnam Clothing House,
Commencing Today (Saturday), Dec. 38.
11MST IWiCTiiS’ Sill OF READY-MADE CLOTHING,
And tlio host opportunity to secure the finest os well as tlm cheaper grades over offered llio public. Our
facilities as the largest manufacturers In the country eualdes us, at our Semi-Annual <JlearJng-Uut Sate,
to name a price that will close ever}* garment In .thirty days.
Tills, as in the past slxty-onc seasons, shall he to carry no old goods from one season to another, con
sequently no old obsolete styles or shop-worn goods found In the every-day clothing housesln our midst;
A. POLICY
Which always guarantees to our customers tlio very latest styles, and lias gained ior
NATIONAL REPUTATION
It ho lastly bears, and, notwithstanding the extreme low prices which we as inanuTacturcrs Shall offer at
THIS GREAT SALE, AN ADDITIONAL •
Per Cent
OVERCOATS. and, WINTER SUITS
Hought from us during the next 30 DAYS. A COMBINATION making a PUHLIC BENEFIT which no
person should fall to appreciate and avail thomsclv.es of. The Bargains wo shall offer In MEN’S, YOUTHS’
BOYS* and Children’s Clothing at this Halo are goods made up this season in OUR OWN MANUFACTORY,
mid are of the most desirable materials and latest winter styles. I
PUTNAM CLOTHING HOUSE,
131 and 133. Clai'k and 117 Madison-st.
MINER, BEAL & HACKEH, Proprietors and Manufacturers. ■ . W. H. FURLONG, Resident Manager.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Hazelton
Piano.
JOB THESE -CELEBRATED PIANOS AT SPECIAL
pricks this iteek uo to
Root & Sons Music Co.,
ISC STATE-ST.
At Popular Prices, In great variety, at
Hoot & Sons Music Co.,
158 STATE-ST.
shows nn« apxuiiujiation op this
MINES | ESTET
P 0
I K
A ■*»> Q
N A
0 N
Hr lAklna one of each with her in liar tour at tho
Continent In tier aririue car. the Jerome Marble.
All Uin londlmc artists of thejmst few rears Indorse
these instrument* m tho best for Purity aud Quality
of tone, excellence at action, uod general superior*
Ur.
STORY * CAMP,
GISNISRAX. AGENTS,
188 & 190 STATE-ST.
I'IIIR It the only Plano where the found hoard has
the acoimlo tlMurlmi of the ylAlln. whloh mtihoa li
Ii«o ul ull metallic aomiil. . , ..
In rvarrantflnw <mr Moi-k fur the fprlnif. wo dlicorer
a luimUjrtif excellent Oluinnuf vurlouu makuri tout
wo run full nt a urvnt'facntiue. liuyera •nould nut
Jll.Hb IUIT.K * t 0..
IHI Wabaeloar.
ItEAC ESTATE.
For Sale,
To close an estate, the building Nos. 05 and
97 Washington's;.; olso 100 feet on the
corner of Lake and May-sts. Apply to
LYMAN & OIDDINQS,
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1881—TWENTY-FOUR PAGES,
AT THE OLD RELIABLE
OtDEfc MOTTO:
THE PUTNAM
THAT ALMOST
WILL HE GIVEN ON ALL
EDDY, HARVEY & CO.
We are closing out
our stock of Fur
Robes, of our own
manufacture, at
lower than
ever .offered in Chi
cago.
Black Robes for
Coachmen.
Raccoon Robes.
Wolf
Lynx “
Black Bear “
Polar “ “
Buffalo
China Goat “
A large assortment
of Silk Fur-Lined
Garments and Seal
Sacques.
EDDY,HARVEY&CO.
MANUFACTURERS,
236, 238, 240 & 242 Monroe,
ESTAItLISIIED 20 YEARS.
WE D. KBRFOOT k CO,
Real Estate &
Loan Broken,
90 Washington-st.
Property for sale and rent In ell parti of tho city.
Upvclal iUumUuii alron to tho mamwuuiunl and
and remitted promptly. VAXKtt
PAIO, MONKV LOANKD.
Wu cull Hie at eiillon of pnrtloe dctlrlnff to buy
property touur Hat of bunfHlaiou iniHliur puae of
till* pepor.
CIIAS. KAESTNER & CO.,
MACniMHTS «<b MIMiWBIGUTS.
UKMOVUO TO •
303 to 311 SOUTH CANAL-ST.
Myuuiu UUUKIUUUT, Optician.
125 Suta-aU, Uuuni H, aecond Moor. bpocuclea azclu
ilvoly. TMuniy-aovim yom»' procllco in Uio
nigni of Ulna*** in mctT lorw of defecdvu oycaUht.
Ltittora of rwuimuandnUun loitUrtntf m hU »upcr*
lor ability u an OpUclpti nod tba itarrecinuaa o( lui
aliMua cnu b« auab ui M. Bvrnhardi'a uitiw from tlui
nulud I’ruft'Mora of Uuab MuulcnU'ollc«o, I'tilcnim
Mihllcml Cnllt'Ko. lUbnvnmim Outlaw, Oblcairo
lloiuauimiblo Outlaw* luwlldk dlvluv*. our uioat
pmudmint oud w«li>knuwn citliano. including bUli
uncuiuluiua fronißcboula of dclouoa, Blind luaittuioa,
»»• MATTHKH. Aoalatoat. .
AT LOWEST HATES,
&IAUB I’UOMPTkY lU*
BAIRD & BRADLEY,
OO I-uV SAXtLtIS-BT.
lot Wasblngton-at,
10
run noiiEs.
i&c«
NEAR MARKET.
BUSINESS CARDS,
ornvAL oooas.
FINANCIAL.
Per' Gent
zrixicitAEn'ATEn.
PUf?E
Spring Water.
Haring purchased nliuJMnlcrost In tlio
WHITE ROCK SPRHUIH OF WAUKE
KESUA, wo ImTO- mUv arrangements
forrocefvlngaßhpyly ofJt&ESH WATER
EVERY l)AY,whlch«We wilLfurnlshnt
either of our stores at 25 cts. ; n gallon or
SU.OOa barrel ($5 at-tho spring). Wo
gimrautco this water equal to that of any
spring in Waukesha for any of the Kid
ney or Stomach difilcnltles for which
these waters arc so mcccfl«fully em
ployed, while ns u TABLE WATER it
has no superior.
Families wishing to nse it constantly,
hy sending their empty barrels hack to
the spring In good order, freight prepaid,
will hare them refilled and placed on tho
cars at Waukesha nt $1 a barrel. Wo
expect, by giving very low figures, to
make this water popular and Us use gen
eral In Chicago nt times when the lake
water Is contaminated hy tho river.
Money must accompany all orders.
Letters should ho addressed to
GALE & DLOCKI, Druggists,
81 South Clark-st., Chicago.
Branch Stores: 44 and 4G Monroe-st.
(Palmer House), 12(J North darkest.,
corner Ohio.
Mliiornl Hack Spring WutcrlsNiid
In immli, lialt ujirrel*. und cum.
Quun and j'lmljolllcscnrbonsted.
to dnitctlsu. hotels, bnrs, roiluu
runt*. uiui sslouns. Address \N au
kui-ha Mineral .Hock Hprtnn Co.
ilcajto olllt e, Its and 160 Modlsim-sl
WAUK
ESHA
Wuuki'.Ua.WU. C
OF Jilt A GLASSES.
We are Still Showing the Best an
Most Complete Stock of
era Glasses
Iq all the new and elaborate styles, which we arc
offering with
10 per cent Discount
Prom our already low figures. Also Ane Gold, Sil
ver, and Steel Spectacle*, which we accurately
adapt to the various defects of vision.
barometers, Telescopes, Microscopes, Orapho*
scopes, Magic-Lanterns, Thermometers, Drawing-
Tools, Sic.
L. MANASBE,
OPTICIAN,
88 MADISON-ST.,
Tribune Building,
Alt'!'
ELY & CO
TAILORS.
From Dec. 5 to Jan. 1 next, all
Garments ordered of us will be
subject to a bjET CASH DIS
COUNT of TWENTY per cent.
The Largest and Best-Assorted
Stock in our line on this Continent.
The most select "Modes" and
thoroughly skilled workmanship.
Wabash-av., cor. Monroe-st.
'FI\A\I'IAC.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oo Itaitruved City X’rwperiy at current retee.
UKAII A COb.
m i* Halle**
afl|| t&fil mm
Gloves.
Gloves.
Cloves.
Cloves.
Cloves.
Cloves.
Cloves.
Gloves.
Cloves.
Cloves.
Gloves.
Our stock of Gloves is now replete with all the Newest Shades.
All our Gloves are imported expressly for us, under our own brands.
We guarantee every pair new, fresh goods. We fit all Gloves to the
hand, and'warrant every Glove.
BIJOU GLOVE, 3-Button - - -
“ 4-Button - -
“ “ O-Buttou
“ “ 10-Biittori -
MONOGRAM, 3-Button -
“ 4-Buttou - - -
“ (i-Buttou -
COUTANT’S SEAMLESS, 3-Butt cm -
“ “ 4-Buttou -
“ “ O-Button -
FOSTER’S FIRST QUALITY, 5-Hook
“ “ “ 7-Hook
“ “ “ 10-Hook
Also the finest quality Mousquctaire. A complete line of Fisk,
Clark & Flagg's Gloves, IN ALL the Latest Shades.
Our Lace Department will be found especially attractive for the
season.
Fans—Choice sssortment of the Latest Novelties.
C. A. COUTANX &
OEyf’s fvitNisiii yo goods.
Will Find All Appropriate
Styles of
Gloves,
Neckwear,
Hand’k’fs,
Card Cases,
Mufflers,
ItJTO yV.T *
WILSON BEOS.,
113 & 115 State-st.
FRUIT
liny your Fruit* for
X, I'. spread at
TAYLOR’S
Exclusive Fruit Store,
» CLARK.
BOTH TELEPHONES.
FRUIT
jt’jny r uuLicatioxh.
SillslifflircisUialtlliiCD.
REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Th* prlca of Hie work 1* reduced from IXU) and IXO%
to rt 24 for j'loiU *11(1*1 fur ab«op LlndliUf. AdUitW
l*. V. \VAITB <k CO., m L 4 Clticutfv.
Vl.Of'JiS.
145 STATE-ST.
GLOVES.
JWS IXJZSS CSIASVES.
NOTICE!
FOR SALE,
Ono of tins largest and llnest
Family Grocery Houses, Situ
ated on ono of the principal
business corners of Chicago,
now doing » business of
870.000 per annum, which
can bo Increased to 8100,000
by a live man with 81,000 to
85.000 cash. The stand will
make a practical man rich In
ten years. For particulars cull
or address
FJt VIT.
Mil,
VELVETS
Tim Host Scarf
ever made.
THOMAS & HAYDEH,
WholrtMl*
akuuufUcturcr*.
204 Madlaon-et.
VU'l%eitk\
i ■ lliitlgur - *. WiiiU-lituilm's. and
I llltlAllfT uilut atuudiird makca ul 1,-ociet
8 .111 tutliTf. Uuduur'a. UuMurn, anti
lillllllAl V -AuuiricaiiiaulucuiUry. Uuiiura
v I* li* V* 1 •uUiied Jttotls, raiors,»cl»»i*r»,al«.
» i.U.bi>»ldUig aUfu*HlUtM»dUuu
PllK
HAMBURG
Embroideries.
Wo will offer Tuesday, .fan. 8, 150,000
yards of Hamburg Embroideries, all llio
newest and latest patterns,' good and ex
tra linn work, Jnnt landed, which wese*
cured at n tremendous Kiicrlllce for spot
rush, and which wo will sell from 25 to
40 per rout less than market value.
Gloves.
20.000 yards of narrow Hamburg Embroidery
nl }{t\ Ic, 2c, and 4c. Worth 2c,
Mo, 4c, sc, 7c, and Sc.
10.000 yards medium width Hamburg Em
broidery at sc, «e, 7c, Bc, be, and 10c.
Good value for Bc, 10c,
and 20c,
Gloves.
Gloves.
5,000 yards wide Hamburg Edgings at l2Ke.
Worth 22c.
Cloves.
UO,OOO yards extra wide Hamburg Embroid
eries at 15c, We, Uo, ISc, 30c, die, IBk 1 ,
25c, 27e, and 2Uc. Worth double.
15.000 yards wldu Flouncings at die, 50c. 42c,
45c, 4U<*, r*se, r*Sc. 501% toc, and 75c.
The handsomest goods imported.
Prices guaranteed K leas than am be
purchased elsewhere.
5.000 yards of extra wide Flounrlmrs (finest
goods imported) at 80c, Sl.in, suo.
St.-15, St.4'J, 51,55, BUU. and
•V’/.h. 1 -). Ouc-ihltd less than their real
• value.
Cloves.
Cloves.
Cloves.
20,000 yards Hamburg Insertions aide, sc. n,
7c, tie, tv,* foe, J2.Sc the, ISe, 23c, 25c,
tide, due, :«<•, JJTSc 40c, 50c, amt 05c, Ex*
liuordlimry bargains. ..
10,000 yards of Ntdnsook Embroideries, line
quality, at (1,8, 10. 12K, J 4. 15, 10, !7, 20,
trj, 25. at. 20, :w. :k. :rrj x, 40,47,40/65, on,
mid 75 cents. Worth double.
Cloves.
Cloves.
Cloves.
Cloves.
Cloves.
$1.15
1.25
1.07
3.00
SI.OO
1.00
2.50
$1.90
2.20
2.70
$2.00
2.25
2.75
€O.
C. 11. SLACK,
79 and 81 Stato-st.
SCAMPS,
I FIVE. CENTS*.
1! -A h *
lug. pit vjoood&
ipMj CASH SALE
OF 150,000 YARDS OF
10.000 yards of Swiss Edgings mid Insertions
at 5. UK. s, 10. and 12K cents. Worth
10, IS}.;, 15. I*. ami 20 cents.
50.000 yards Colored Edgings at IK* 2, 4.5,
o, T. S, 10,12 K cents. Less limn half
price.
10.000 Swiss Medallions at 1c each; worth 10c.
IMMENSE CLEARING SALE
Of our surplus stock, commencing
TUESDAY, Jan. 3.
15 cases of Standard Prints, best,. styles
(remnants), at Worthttc. ;
1,500 pcs of A. & W. Sprague Shirting Prints
. at.sc. Former price, 7e. ,
100 pcs Renfrew dress style Ginghams at OKc.
Worth 12K«.
50 pcs ladies’ heavy all-wool Cheviot Suitings
«l 44e. Early price 51.25.
100 M>e.s Manchester Momio Cloths nt 10c,
Worth 15c. *• * ' ' *
100 pcs Silk Plusliea at tv»c. Wortli St.GO. • •
10.000 yds rich Silk Plush Ribbons,- extra
wide, ut die. Early price, 81. ,
2.000 samples of Gold Jewelry, consisting ol
elegant line of Gems’ Searf-Pins,
Watcii Chains, Charms, and Sleeve Rub
tons. Also large Hue ot Ladles’ele
gant Rolled-Plate Hracelels, Neck
Chains, Rail) Pins. Earrings, Lockets.
New novelties in real Sterling Silver
Jewelry. The above are manufactur
er’s samples. which we are selling at
one-half their real value.
5.000 yards of Fancy Silks, Satins, and Col
ored Dress Silks utTTOc. Reduced from
81.25.
2,000 samples of Made-Up Lace Goods a
failed manufacturer's stuck, consisting
of Embroidered, Mull, and Luce Tics
Lncu mid Embroidered Collarettes uml
Fichus, Mother 11 übburdCollarettes, at
Jess than. Vie on the dollar. . ,
800 samples of Ladles', Misses', mid Chil
dren's Underwear, consisting of Che
mises, Drawers. Skirts, Gowns. Urldal
Sets, Corset Covers. InlnidsV Slips.
Dresses, Cloaks, Lobes, Flannel mid
Merino Shawls mat Skirts, at 40 per
cent less than regular prices. Among
the above lot are some of ttio lineal and
Idgliesr cost goods manufactured for
thy best retail trade.
TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS
IN OUR
Gioak Dep’tm’nt
Without regard to cost or value.
BCS Satin do Lvou Dolmans, trimmed with
Inr.bUk linings, reduced to 810.50.
s;io Satin do Lyon Dolmans, trimmed with
fur, quilted linings, reduced to 818.
SSO Imported Dolmans, handsome trituinlngs,
reduced to $25.
S2O Light Dolmans, trimmed with plush, re
duced to sl2.
$lB Dtimlc Diagonal Dolmans, handsomely
trimmed with rich passementvle. re
duced to $lO.
sl2 Light Jackets reduced to 87.
$7 Cloth Ulsters reduced to $3.50. . . ' .
Our entire stock of Dolmans. Cloaks, Jack
ets, Havelocks, mul Ulsters reduced
from iu to su percent from early prices.
IJargnliH In Jleumaiitsor Table Idnens, Irish
Linens, Crashed, mul odd Napkins..
UOO JlemimntH of Cloths, Casslmeros, and
Waterproofs at 4'J percent off.
200 Kemimnts of Flannels at one-third loss
Hum regular prices. •
300 Henmanls of Silks, Satins. Dross Goods,
mul Mourning Goods at 40 per cent less
than regular prices. #
10.000 Pairs Misses’ and Children's Striped
Hosiery, to a, ul Oo per pair. Wurth
W.
Tremendous Reductions in
Utah Passementerie Trimmings, Fringes,
Gimps. Luces. (Uoves. Underwear.
Skills, Knit Good?, Hosiery, uud Mil
linery Goods lu close. . '
Buying all floods strictly for
cash ami In larger qpniitltlos than
.any other house in our lino on
allies us to olfor many cask bar
gains unapproachable. All goods
marked in plain llgnros. Strictly
one price.
Money refunded at all times if
goods are nut satisfactory.
BOSTON STORE,
118 & 120 State-st.
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