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0 CT3 Try-firm nE3ALD,' SUNDAY 3I0IOTXG, DECEIIPER 13. 1C3L' .41 SOLID FOR HE. BLAIS Aa Obioan ayt That That 1j tio Feeling la QU Ctata. miJE OUT, XII3LET Tim AO Hit Ia4ii4aJ Opinion !. ,11 Md tl Ut4 ( O S at BlU Wla ftuiU Ui Si J. O. vYirishlp, prominent attorney and rr-l:-t;r.an froca Cleveland is a fiiesi at the Morton. 'Tbnistha first t:cs I cava beta here ia eieyea year." he said last night. i am surprised to se tow the city tu improved. I have teea driving around all day, ad meet aurprises at evtry turn. Your furni ture factories were comparatively aruall plants then; a tare number of fcrai cUtti school bu:Id.3s bate con - attracted, aad I se mat you are at work a a new hih. school buildinj; you bad cne street ra.lay l.ne, and to ride over it waa a tare cur for dyspepsia. ITo you Lave a first class Una ia every rfct. I never saw a city grow faster than this has." "Anything new ut Ohio polit;?" taxed tie reporter. Yea, there's great deal of eic;te : xaeot taere. There is a strong poaai "v'Vsiity that Bnce will be ejected from tieat. Many cf the democrat are in favor of "such a coarse. Mr. iJrice ha never beon popular w.th his vf n party. They bare always felt, y, nhii not even bim a c;tueu of the ur cutd.be bougut hi way lato tne United ute senate. They have alwaya bera a bttio are oa that roiat. Tfc j tr .ead of Fcraker and ajfrrasa are ui4iCi a fry Lteiy caajpiia tu aee which one w.lfjr.0 tv tiie arnaio to succeed Sher- man. The content will nt be t.tter per 3aal oce.Lut it will U;ibe. If Urice aaoild be ej-ctcJ from hi teat, the qorstia would Is aoUed, for toth fcaormaa aud Koraktr would be elect eJ." la ipai of McKmley'a pro pecu for tne presidency, Mr. Wiuship a;J: 4If El:n9 iloein't consent to rua, 1 thiak Ohso will puh McKinley'a cf;ma tijoronily. If tlaine will run, no otbe? candiUle will be heard frora ia that ata. There r.re any numberof Trunituft Ohio ilenioonta who will ot-i for Elaine if tie ia nomuiated. Dteryocdy waata biuu" Glp or th IItla. r. P. Wright, general guperintendeat of tiie lake i-hore and M:chiaa South ern read, was a guest at sw-eta yea terdar. Mr. Wrht came hcra to at tend the opening of the nsw Lake fcfcore paisenjcr depot yeetcrday. J, G. Mower cf Cadillac, a prominent contractor and builder, regutsred at bweet'a yesterday. J. W. Smith and R. C. Sterens of Chicago are at Sweefa. Mr. Smith is the Iraveka; passenger aent for the Canadian Pacific, and Mr. Stevens per forms a similar arrica for the Chicago, iwaukee and Si. Paul. . A. Shepard of New York, he of tho ryUlIized carboniferous ornaments, tlanled the eves ot the rurstaatthe Morton yesterday. Hoth the dUmoniis and Mr. Shepard trill start for Europe January 13, and paralyze the dwellers cf the e'?te cut. James Cot, a Parit merchant, was at the Eagle yesterday. K. W. Rugglea, a White Cloud phy cician, diaea at the Mortoa yesterday. . O. Shaw, editor of the Newaygo Republican, is at the Morton. He is accoaapanisd by hit wife. E. A. Weathsrbec, proorietor of the opDhire and ruby fields at Helena, UonUna, was at the Mortoa yester day. He expects to import two cutters frena Amsterdam next year, and haro lha getua cat at Helena instead of csndmg them to New York as hereto fore. A. E. Chase of Deafer, Col., la at Pwefs. He ia yisitinj; hit brother, Ii. . Chase of the Chase P. a no company. R. E. nawkics and wife of Ciacia oati are at Seof. They are ia the City euyinj furaitare. DID HJM AN INJUSTICE. The Democrat reporter who wrote the article in this morning's Democrat about 0?car Byrne, thoughtlessly did very cruel th;nj. It is true that Oscar Byrne was couTictf d of rothing E. P. Kidder's store some twelve years j'j. It w also true that h eerred a term of iaiprisoument Ias:ioj: nearly years in tao Ionia house of correc ts on, for that ennje. During his im pnsonnent he wu one of the most trust! an on; ti s pnoner, as War sieaWatkir.s will testify. Oa sccouat of hi srood behavior, be was pardoned , ej the governor shortly before the ex pratou cf tea year of iruprisoameut. That was nearly fro years ago. S.nce hisre!e?e, he has married, and has earned b s hv;n by hcnat manual lafcor and has b"?n employed aad trusted by som cf tae K-st citizens of f thsa cily. Has he not, by ten years imprisonment, dearly paid for the cniae comm.ited ia his youth? Is it Bet crust to p jn.ih him more by sach tatement at t'aj reporter's article cou-U-nsT I know net, prsoualiy, whether he has b'n employed as detcctiTe or not. He tells c?e it faN. Bat. if true, it is scarcely a f round for pub lishing to the public the assertion that IVertuso he once sinned, he ia forevar tjrtrustworlhy, wl.i:h is th tone of lb article referred to. Caavry. December 12, 1331. mj, tihr IS. The Chicago Dramatic Journal of Soyerulwr 21, l?Jl, says: Y l ei Snow s petac',.lar bnr!es)ue eonvuy are en teita,niot attn popular M.den street tliefer, n l find t v I s ri aiidieoces lok:ng at them Oijtnily. Th company areeozaced m rrnu"rj; The Dev.i's Compacw" and "Adam ard Kv.' Tie Siha is made up with Grace Fvivsno, fecal' st; Al vau, Baker and Ai,coie, stsecialty trio; th s:ters GriSivh ia fpanish dance, "La .ncar.Ila; Fry nt and Athertju, Roveity diy; and Jll. Barrett in fests cf strpnts. The Caries, mortals, . immcrtala and detros pe tne above named aru?ts d rg jjd la raint. Th- Mabel row Msnncieot ?cec taeuUr Bvt?!eiue comptiny, rrodu--m te ni.oniI ejtravnj! "A Jan and Lv,' erd a grtd array cf artt c creeiaitie. Will appear at Smith's otvra houe. Tlrs wiii' tie strongest cn fany t bas ever aeareAt m ih, titr. Keetf'! sat t:ceu can be pro " reitl.Ke untal pUre. Thre t no ut tut nbat a pckd hu w U bt han 1 to wtns tiie -nd prorr"i to be DrvsentM every evenan. W.ta J K?ihae TChhr. T Tfce vv jky anale ey rc5hlnre pMrs nM we it oid. a?"4 very u. i5rjdi .ytr?. fr? .J pVA. harta e2ect of bro!ra kIam oa Vfc pjUtd. lit freaeatiy adn Crated, toUuxo teuif added ia oaake U bit aadl rattle wed to auake it toad, la the laon j iLttrlcU almost everybody drir ' . L3a arul women, eld aid yor ai the mouttaba W7 pVaior bent earriee a quart bottle of ta! ta, a jar'tt9 ci aauif, u4 a eig-aa-wi-cr. a rta Th cr, sa The warri or of the sea, the swrd&h. Is ts.T'aj the haii tmt, the largeet of the hxA rUhes, the faaeeat haa that ewtma and withal the only toe that ectasia aod ooaqra tha whale, - aether teaaark ali fact ia that the swordsh eroasee the ocvn twice ec'a year. No bahy sword sa has vir hrrn ne-n 03 our cost, and a reeard of lOO fer cna which wm car ?ht hre a foot or leas ia" lnth has iivt-r h i 1 a cls.iia.Mit SwordJih brd ia MrrdirraDeaa waeers, and nowhere L; ar yuune aad oil fvoni tof ether. V'lya wj-ui weather eom" they go atvoiii. Cr fic the AUanUe the sword tM stops ittiile at Newport, Block ia lani aii 1 Ur Harbor and returns ia the co 1 cf the iGt'ima weather to ita home andchiiJrea, Swonlfish average abot five cr tlx feot ia length and 303 poends ia wttght. They are dark above and whitLih underneath, and are armed with a hard and pointed s-word which projects frrra their upper jaw and in length eqnals abont a third of that of their bodies. TLis aSvtrl ia a irst powerf ol weapon an 1 ita owrur dotra not bitato to nse it either as a rnraiM of offence or defence. The awurdihave been ma through do rice aadaoip's boitcuaa and even through a piece of acltd oak five inchea thick. Many a lnokleee sword fUhenuaa haa l-t hie life on account of the qnlcknee and ferocity with which thia remarkable tlsh uic-a lu sword. JTew York Tels- graixu FIXE WORKS OF ART la Diffjrcnt Stylaa of Cut Glass. Cliina and Pottery. Th 3o Elcgawt DUplar of ArtUta' . VTar i t Fuaatt ia th City. None can surpass, aud few equal, the display of art goods to be on the sf coad floor of the storo of Jonard's Sna & Co. Here are culUctca designs m -ill me rare and costly fc'ooda m cut g!a, china and pottery, to lf jund on no markets ot the world. As the Christmas time approaches and each and all are looking for some token of esteem or atfect.ou lht they may i.re seat to their friends or lovr d o:ip.'na- turally their thoushw turn towards something unique, aom t.iing nut of theordiuary. Nowher can a finer display, or a larger aud more complete stock to chooae from be for.nl than at the establish ment of ths enterprising firm. Here the conno tseur can revel in all the latest styles now manufactured. And the Chruttnas present seeker-can Lnd something that cannot help but pleae even the moat fattuliois. In china the Pout ton ware is no doubt the favorite this eensou, the designs beinz ninny and htind.ome in the extreme. Anions t!r: novelties should be men tioned the cn;2Quicntcups, which are bavin; such a run among the young socirty people that it has been difficult to to ; up tno supply. In cut glass the American article kccms to take the prt f tviciice. And the be?t judges hold that it '. ihe b st product now in any couti try. Anil gAntUrdiy if Cnnldron ware cannot help but att'U ;t alti ntiou. Tnt warn in quaint oi I shades pro duos a very pi-sant eil'ct, and is a war. th.-.t has Uen wll known and M)pular for years. It would be impos eibio t niei.tioa-themany beautiful de sign. the rany dilfercnt styles aud and kinds of ware to be seen in tli'.s ele gant di?r!sy. One looking around al most f") " as if he were looking throtifcti a kajuidcscope, eo many and var'n-dare m-r culors, tints and shades of the ditl't-rent wares. "To appreciate the display one must see it. .No whre will you hi treated more kindly and courteously. And , you will indeed rai-s a treat if you should fail to call and look over a stock so we'll worthy of your attention. DANGER IN THE DUST. KlUtu f Mlcrb Czlat la tke AtaaM. I hr or tb Street. ! Few persona reflect on the danger ol iahalin; the bacteria of tuberculosis or diphtheria whea they go oat of doora. But M. Manfred! has recently shown, eays the New York Herald, that on the .cleanest streets of Naples in every fif teen grains of dnst there are from 7.i0,. 000 to 5,000,000 microbes, the ammber Taryin j according to the hygienic con dition of each street. In the dirtiest thoroughfares the number raries from J.OOa.OOO.OCt to 5.000.000,000. All bac teria are not injurious to human health. Bat M. Manfredi's researches indicate that about 73 per cent, of those exam ined by htm were pathogenic or infec tions. This was ascertained by Inocn 'latiag guinea pi 7s with a portion of 'the raicrobe-infested dnst. The result ahowed that the dtist was colonized ey the microbe organisms of aeppnratlow, malignant tidraa. tetanns and tabr culosla, for these diaeaees ere com mnakated to the animals epen whieh the experiment was made. Nothing eonld more clearly desnon trate than this experiment does the necasity fur thorough aanltatioa of ail public thoroughfares. We water anme of our streets In seamer to keep down the da it. This procedure la wise and well. Hat if it is demseded by health considerations in summer, wheal the air is n-.nslly vry tranquil, it ia far awe imperatively called for ia the wiady wintry 1 wn, whn pedestrians are 'ape-d to gales o itthy and fatal ! -st. O'. her' imimrtatit satejeeta dis exve! by nr mdioal eorreapQ'iert are t!e tr-tm-nt of cavbel by total esc:,U,7n. the ne of UyslrAebrtWie acid la di$-htria, the tretm-at of unem'e nJ th management of pulnoaary taiercuIe-Ma. Th Helping Hsnd socty of St. M a churcn w:il bold Its annual sle off tnywrk at the rsidnce of its tr?-i i-iit, Mrs. G. K. Jehno:, 73 ?1 t do'i :rt, l-r:tiber 15. The work a .U t unM-usliy cto-ce and no pur chaes v I' allowed until afr the cp'- rg of tr.e d-xrs at esght o'c'oa. At. a 1 on f, e cf tweny -tit centa w:'. b charj;ilt a b ch will tacluue f J;::" r, Mrs. A. O. HTprv? Pec'y. TN f i--K-m''.ai nMia asle till If f"f.:n tt -r (vorf, Kett A t's , natd ( 'ir.')i. livs a! Ct-mpr tf- '.a.'! u.. nf f!tv n the coy, w 1 vty vu itoi.,r a.i brwku SOUTH GRAM) RAPIDS la tfoir Having a Big Boom Fits Tactoriea X.at4 Thr kf tka SatrrUiag rei ie (tk ata Oraal ICaelOa Iim prf atMl twtMyaa. South Grand llapids ia rapidly f row ing as au luiruui manufacturing point, as well as a desirable location 1 or fiC-s at- This is due. la part, to tne tttterpruii g and liberal policy pursued ; Ly the Mukj Grand tap ids Improve laent toaipuy? t,f wti ch Mr. Cuarles Fox is the president aud manager; also oa account cf the fa t that this com pany has davoWd vtral acres of their land to factory sites. Thae factory sites are located between the mam lints of the Grand P.sp.ds & Indiaua raii n ad and the Michigan Ceatral r ail road, thus allordag uuusual facilities tor shipping. This compsny also owns, at Sontn Grand llapids, nve hundred rvstdence lota. Among the institutions which have ara led themselvea of the advantages oHered, is the Grand lUpids Desk com pany, wh:c!i has Leen in eucietaf ul op. eration for several moutha. Mr. Charles Fox. president of the South Grand Rap ids Improvement company and who is also identified with some of the city's solid bur.ucs institutions, gives tne Grand Rap.ds Dctk company, as it president, the benefit of bis wide ami var el business experience; Mr. John T. htrahau, the vice president, is a thoroughly practical furniture manu facturer, having been the eCietent man ager of the Phoenix Furnituro com pany for several yrars and sulequent ly occupieil a similar position with the Gunu Folding Bed company. Mr. Adrian Yates, tha secretary aud treas urer, is also well qualitied for the po sition he holds, from his previous larg'o experience ia the furniture business, tu;a company s employ about fifty meu. The Grand ItapiUs Novelty Manufac turing company occupies a site directly can of the Desk company. It organ 1 lu'd leji than a year ago and now em ploy forty men and i.a already built up a large trade in its line, which is the manufacture of tnantt U an t fancy ar ticles in wood. The officers are: V. T. McGurnn, president, Robert Sproul, vice prts.dent, both of the well known firm ot sproul A McGurrin of this city, Anthony Wierema, secretary and Her man VerbeeK, treasurer. The Grand Rapids Steel Wire Nail company has also decided that South Grand Rapids is the best location for itself, and will at once begin the erec tion of a commodious building for th manufacture ot its goods. Their factory will be in runum;; older by the first of February, 1W2, whea they expect to largely increase their present output. This company was establihed in 185; the. president is Mr. Herman Leitelt, a nephew of Mr. Adolpu Leitelt of this city. Geo. 11. Kclsey.the salestua 1 aad all-around utility man, ia a hustler, and by his energy and puvn keeps the twenty-five men employed by his com- Eany busy manufacturing nails to till is orders. The many advantages which South Grand Rapids has over other localities has decided Mr. John Mack to ren.ove his factory t that point. Mr. Mack will at once commence the erection of a factory building of such a size as will amply accommodate his growing busi ness, and will employ about forty men in the manufacture of carriage and s'e gh woodwork and patent bob sleighs, of wuicli be makes a specially. Mr. John Mack came to this city thirty years ago; was at one time a partner of the late Mr. George T. Kendall in the bending works, then situated at tha cornrr of Canal and Fairbanks street. Since the death of Mr. Kendall, in the spring of 177. Mr. Mack has carried on the btis;nesa in his own name, remov ing his plant to the Mechanics' block, and frt-m there to the Ranivil!e b ock, the removal in each instance bein made necessary by the growth of his business. Messrs. Ketchum, Chaee A Co., em ploying about twenty men. have re cently removed their business Irjru the North to South Grand Rapid, where they are operating a planing and shin gle mill. The shinglo null will be sup plied with bolts shipped in from the north. There are several other nianu lecturing institutions which are sen ouly considering the question of re moving to South Grand Rapid s. Le s than a year ago South Grand Rapids did not have a factory in oner- at o i. By February 1, J802, the hnm of th .machinery of these five factonee, the employment of 175 men, and the shipping in and out of 1,2 0 cars annu ally, is certainly evidence of the healthy, solid, though rapid, growth of our young, neighlor, fcmth Grand Rapids. ,; . t ' Every lady shoul I inspect the fanr goods novelties shown by Corl, Kuott & I to., tins weeK. , I Grand Opening. I In an enterprising pushing common ' ily like Grand lUpidt, there are always I to be found ambitious, taergetio-young ti 0 1 willmg to take upon themselves I the responsibility of a place of their on. A young mau starting in bus iness, and desirous of winniug friends ! and trade, must be willing at a'l tmrs ; to cst?r to the wauls of his cutomers. : A pleasant smile, a genial welcome wdl ' invar.ably attract custom and event ually nuke a popu'ar resor. Nowbers in the city can ! a more genial welcome be fou.id than ; steam's Place.No.126 Canal street. Sain I is one of those fortunate individuals who make friends at all times and all place. He is one of the few that are em ? e tly fitted for the buaiuesa he is in. C nnecbnt for a long time as tne gentlemanly dispenser of liquid refresh : menu at the Bridge Street house, we!l 'known not on!y at hums but by the i traveling rub! c, his fr;ends are kgion, i and success with him is only a ques- lion of tune. On next Tuesday even- in? h frn'Ss to hve a grant cpeninx. And m connection with bis hmt he w.it nave an elegant lunch wl e e all the delicac es of the season w.tl t served. Alt his friends aad all who desire to corn are cordially invit ed, and if tl ere ia anything in the bouse too to 1 for them Sam doesn't know it. His smb tioa and intention is to run a first-class sample room m every rpect. H s I quo- are cf the very br, the market affords, and he carries a stock second to none in the city. In cijars he carries only thosjc manufactured by on on shop. And no on will deny but that those brands are tne best ia t:e maikaU Don't fail to put in eporaa, yon wi!i re eive a cord si welcome and be treaud as enly "8am" kn-iti bow to treat his CV.s'tOTiers. Don't forget tht cam r,er the ven, Tuea-Jav evening neit av No. 124 Canst tr' Mr. f. D.t rl ol t ie him of Cwt, Kntt A C , has retirt f rout New York whre he aewred svery not:v tt h fnv g-Hi mrt. Tt e rew ltpn Wi 1 I- 4tv n Mnh? -,ng ar? d t s s-res w;tl be an lntria en 14 tu (au uj uum. HINTS FOR THE HAPPY HOLIDAYS! Be Wise and Btiv Your Holiday Gifts Now, While the Stock is at HI GH and the Prices at LOW Water Mark Men's S'jllS ' Our prices, low all y tar , 'round, are lowest now. Good cassimere and chev iot suits, $3 and 10. Elegant dress suits, single or double-breasted, latest patterns or colors, and $15, Finest imported dress ruits, as good as custom work, $1S and 120. Why not, sir treat yourself to such a Xuiaa gift? Men's Overcoats. Thousands, yea, tens of thousand Prices away down at rock bottom! Good melton or chinchilla ovrrcoats, $3 and $10. Dandy keraey and melton overcoats, all styles, at $12 and $15. Best imported krbry, melton, cheviot, chiuchilla and beaver ovetcoats, $13 and $20. Also chinchillas, fci.SS, $4-50 and f5.C0. Smcking Jackets. We are closing out all our d jackets at coat and v.ay beluw. are going fast. We save you at $2 to 3 on every jacket bought Mei's Fur Gaps. Something worth while getting. Good coney fur caps, fiOc; French seal cap, $1; b.?st Alaska (one piece) seal cspe, $10, $12 and 114. Artistic Presents ! Of Permanent Yal-e Fine Pictures! At Moifae. Prices. High class etching, f nravincs and water colors spacially suitable for fram ing, many of them rare aud unprocur able elsewhere. Fiue water colors, tastefully framed, COftfrom$5 upward. Prouf etchings, tastefully framed, oft' from $2 up ward. All visitors are frtsteume to call and examine the collection, and people living in the city are c?poca!'ry invited to come and bring their friends., I make a epecialty of novel and ar tistic framing und carry the largest and best finished line of moldings ti be found in the hate, and do work as low as any one in the country, quality con sidered. Soliciting a share of your - patronage, I am, Yours truly, A. H-FOWLE, S7 Ionia 6trect, south of Mnroe. . P. S. Bring in your Ciirisiraas work eirly, to avoid the rush. ' -A. II. F. TlflE. TZ. T. LOTKJOY, 111 PIKSCTOa OF Han jo tn Mandolin Orr?tcs(ra$ With Harp Ac-saxpanfratMt. 122 lianroe Street. Tfceaa IZX. M IS3 I. D. II A R1 NE ? Makes a Specialty ef "" Misses and Children's' DRESS AND CLOAK-MAKING. f Room! 7 and 8 Ihe Gilbert (Ete vatar I a uaaj Corner Monroe and Spring Street'. LJ.SHELlMyUl' frrrisit v Teeate4 at 5 Xur .. O-an Fa?t. lTttH ftr speetal f et 111 latest iR! prove mthNt. t:eT rry sif e atmraterrlre. Artlarlai humn tin .. la every eo.er. fiaa at fct spta:es. I --THE- I 0::n;rjsTi &Cnf Twins' TTv Crrrm frpif, TEmNR0Nt YWAsS () a M Sf mn V THE TOWER' Eoys's ITow much better than toys! Thou, finds of kilt smta.( sues 2 to G) at $2, fl and $3. Thousands of short pants suits (siies i t U) at $1.25, $1.50. $3, $5 and $7. Thousand of long pant suit :te. 14 to SO) at $3.60, $5, $, $10. $12 f, and $15. Truly, the grandest value ,J ver offered. Coys'- OYcrccats. More subetantial than candy! Not very expensive, either. Good, over coats at $1.50. Can anything be cheap er? Fine cape overcoats, siztsfioui 2 to 14. l.t $2.50, $5, $1 and $3. Nobby box overcoat, site 8 to 0, at $5, ti, $10. Natty reefers, size 4 to 14, at (3, ?5 aud $3. renin;? They lca&t of us. ffew holiday scarfs at 25c. At 50c we show a most exquisite line, and at $1 wo show the best aud finest rcahir 1.25and $1.50 ties. Shirts and Collars. No more useful gifts in the world! Men's full dress pique, shirts, $1.00. Thy have no peer lor the money. Finest full res shirts, $1.50 and $2. Collars and cuffs, all the twst brands at lou Bt prices. Unlaundried shirts tho beV t in the world t 38c. i.. t" . ', The Great Rug Sale Continues iollsU At 25 Cents. Smith & Sanford. ncsytrrrrrr WTWltCSTl E.T.vrocr. Pro feet Or i mo 3 v. .4 mm mmf Mill." . . . i alia su ra 500 Beautiful Hassocks Scits. 5 AND 10 CENT COUNTERS ! No where will you ice the large and varied assortment of 5 and 10 cent goods that LEONARDS' are showing. Six long counters devoted to them. 29 and 31 Monroe St. VALLEY CITY IRON WORKS. ADOLPH MANUe AO StCarh Etcir.es and "BcilErs, and Eenerel lJII Kachfcery! lttloxs. Yaives. tc. lariovrd tloraraor lro md braM Caatiusv l.ul d at v -.a. v i It iliilLnllL! HIIL ow miis day THE GREAT SHOE STORE OF M. EHRMAN'S 69 CANAL STREET. Crowd Every Day ! Tr Talk of the Town Our Prices Catch ft? Peie ! Piofitt Ignored J WE OFFER for the week the Greatest lUramt In the History oftJrani Rij ds It will pay you J tut to read these prices. A splendid Gents' Rnbroided Flippy, any style ycu want, r.V, 73e. ?:c, fl and 1 1.2S; these aro haods-me; fit lovely and will wear imrm nc. In fart we rn show you the fin. e; lino of Lad.cV and Gent' Taacy Kml roidod dippers ever seen iu the ciy. j l ; o doz. bottles c Dressing It 1000 Sio tvorth isc. ' ull UlIC fanfs shoes, fine mi ami dongola. worth $oc. AHP 75 pairs ladies m fine kid house slippers, worth -t$c. mn nn. ..... - . rlln M 1P noice cj -tov I Ull DUb fairs of hd;j don gola kid, patent tip but ton shoes, worth Sr.o, all sizes. t 9R IVc give the VliLU hvers of hand- FOR rnn FOR some footwear the choice ofldongota ; your choice of 23 83 different styles of kid different styles; these fit fine doitgola or goat, any size or and arc dirt cheap at fj.oo. The above withTnary more hargams, which, owing to lark of pee herein not mentioned, ansl the fact that yeo tan from b'K to tl-OO on every pair of bfes we sell yon, are a combination of inJ ormei,U that po other store to the city oHera. fx fall ia line and fIJew the crowd to at.. Ehrmao's Great no CANAL iZoziy Refnndei if Gjod at Very appropriate pi taenia. Thou tnds of tine shirts in muahu aui flannel, from 50c to tS.50, be our grand $2. Look at our hue s !k half hose and silk underwear. lxckat our job of iDe and 75o ho we are oirnr.f at 2U;aBdS5c Ur.trcllas. 6oraethipg any lady or gentleman will appreciate. We have te largest asaortuuTit ia the city, w th natural click or silver and gold-mounted or solid si!tr and poid bandU-f. Our 'tight roller" tne silk caue umbrella at $5 has r.o equal. Men's liantkeictiiefs. Always welcome g:ft! White, hem rtiuhed, 10c up; tat.cy b rdcr, 5c, 10c, 15e, C"c a id 5De. Mulllers in an et-dleva vaiie'y, n dornrhtic ard ituj c ru-d e.Ls, fiou IJc up til I i. . i Men's Gloves. The following are t; erisl'y adaptr 1 for .hi liday gutsi Oar French 14 dressglove, $1. The calculated D-:.:, Perrln giove at equally low pr.ces. Fur-top gloves, 50c to 53. Rich 'ul, beavc-r and otter fur gloves at very reason&itle figure. 1 s TANDARI) F AMI ION CO.'J Stamped BooiJs ani Slampirg 13. 85. IIAllItlH, Te'ohone3I7. 525-527 S. D v scn-st tR'.E AND KILL STREET LEITELT, I UIlK ur fT7i ihev arc cheap nt U 25;doutfaiUo tec them. J . flp Buys a mans sohf rmvh a hnc. a firth Sua Bnys a fiair of fine V I L U cn;fs (frcss shoes. ealj or aonzota tn congress or hue: they arc cheap a. S-S- JVM calf saved congress or lace shoes; iS different slycs; a dandy; worth dress ladies" or gents shoes in call cr kanraroo. kid or Bargain Shoe Store, D RTHKHT. pot as R epresected, oar role. PATTERNS.