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AFFAIRS IX BROOKLYN.
THE MAYOR'S THOIW.ES NOT YET OVEB
*,# ION OX THR casu Of EXCISE CORHIRBIOXR1
Sl'HLIMMANN* BXPECTKD Td MO I*. MOW.
Mayor Boody ls likely to bs calkl'upon to tes
the charter provim ms In regard to the removal o
heads ol departments, unless li- persuades Kv
else Canimi-sii.ner Schldni'inn to resign, provide.
there ls no xxay pul sf UM C MUSt'they arc in
volv.-d in ..vcr thc 'surrender of thc llcen:-" granJc
for Um i*-4rl*4 ('afc a fortnight BfO< 'rh'" !:''n,s
xvhh seemed by s brewing <? .mpany by traper*
fi. -n 'mother i.art of the city, snd U ls not likel:
that lt will i.e xxiliinelv ?uir*ndered. Thc Mayo
inri* thal J'" xxiii del I Lera I dy deceived by Cum
mtaal mei Bchll. mann, to whom "re mad- known th
fa"', thst he .lid not desire tb* license to Le ti ans
ferrel to thc place- fur xvhlch it xvas sec.ired.
Neither tl;.- Mayor n?ir thc Commissioner wool.
sax- anvthin,. about ihe metter yesterday, bu
ti-tlon on.- iv.iv or thc ether is expected to-mor
row. tf the Commissioner is obdurate, h" can pu
the Mavin- to considerable trout.le ni the closlm
hours ot his administration. Thc Mayor har sbso
Mn., power to appoint his bead* of departmenti
b-jt h* has no absolute power of removal. Charge
must be preferred, a hearing given, snd then th
action of the Mayor is subject to approval hy ;h
When Maror Low took odie* lie obvuted an;
difficult v iv s*Htng an undated inter of rcsip
naii..n irr-m caril head of department lo Lc usc,
In nnv emergency, In place of the roundabout mod
of dismissal. He never had occasion to u?e any o
thee* documents and Wa successor* hnxv dispense
IKRl'H'Ul'B MKCTI'Kr.f* THIS WI'i*.*".
Tlict,- xviii be nine lectures under tb* auspices o
the Brooklyn Institute ol Arts and Mcness thl
wed;, awii an organ concert. The latter xviii t
ntrtte ir. tb* New-York Avenu* Methodist Rpls
.opal Church 0:1 Wednesday evening, nni PTed
trick Dean will lecture, Clarence Eddy, of chi
Bass, will play th- organ, and Miss Myrta French
<.f Kew-York. xxiii ring. Among thc lectnn s be
fore Um different departmenta of the InsUtute xx ii
be Professor F. W. Osborn, on "Psychology." in tbi
Young Men's Christian Association lecture rnwn
th1 * aftirrnooni Professor VV H. Goodyear, upoi
"Ooetbe's Life and Work." to-morrow .aft. r:i<?.n
In Art Association Hall; Albert M. Brookway, 01
"Architiclure," to-morrow evening in th., nam*
pla:.-; Professor John Klckleboroush, ob "Th.
Brachiopoda," in thc Young Men's christian As
soctstlon lecture room, to-morrow evening: rm
fesHv.- Woodrow Wilson on "Oovernment," tn Ar
Ass", iati'.n Hall, .<n Thursday; Miss Louis* Both
HendrtiCKcn, on "Clmabue; the Influence of By
zantrne Art and its Translation Into I ta linn Art.'
tn Att AssoclaHon Hall. Friday afternoon an.
Fran'.'. "U". Skinner, of New-York, on "Bridges," ir
the same hali, Friday evening,
THR ?"?COLD DUW SWINDLER IN JAIL.
Jacob Schaffer, a paddler, living at No. BU '"lush
ir.g-ave., WS* SITaigned yesterday in the Rwen-lt
police court aral committed to Raymond Btreel
jail by Justice Vx'ats.'ti. on a cbsrgc of con*pirscy,
The complainant xvas Mu:; I.e 1x1-. of No. 148 Rich
ardson-sit., who says the prisoner assisted in
swindling him out ol' 13.500, through thc "gold dust"
Bame. Schaffer also, it is alleged, swindle 1 Mrs,
Martha "Free** and her son Joseph at th.* asm*
time. Mrs Freeae died fn.m bosun dis.-ase. the re
Kilt of -hock, when she learned that she had been
swindled of her savins* '"r years. Lewi* is a sun
iTi-law ..." Mrs. Ki'.es-, ard the amount paid for
the nlleged gold dust was $1C,'?>". Schaffer, who
was arrested at thc time, was released on habeas
t-irpus proceedings and then disappeared He did
not return until Saturday night, when he xvas
arrested by Detective Carroll, of the Nineteenth
SUIICa A TURKISH HATH COMPANY.
A suit has been begun In behalf of Miss Estelle
M. Koster against the Brooklyn Turkish Hath
Company, of No. 32 Clinton-st., to recover Jja.iifl.)
as damages, because of failure on thc part of the
manaKerr.ent to provide an attendant, so that she
was compelled to remain in the hot room for
thirty-five minutes after she desired to leave it
and enter the shampooing rooms. She claims that
at the end cf that period she fainted and fell,
injuring herself severely. One of her teeth was
driven tbroush her lower lip, she alleges, her nose
?xvas cut so that a scar remains, and she receix*ed
a Mow on the back of the head so that sh-- still
feels pain from lt. although the accident occurred
on September 30.
Dr. T. L. Buckley, superintendent of the batJi.
F.,ys that there xvere only a slight abrasion of thc
nose and contusion of the lip. Miss Koster. hf- Mys,
was not restrained In any room and a chair xvas
offered to her, Lui she did not sit down. The com?
pany denies that there was any neglect on the
?art of the attendants cr that the company was
in any way to blame for Miss Roster's mishap.
THK REY. JESSE W. BROOKS RESIGNS.
The resignation of the ltc-v. Jesse W. Brook*
from the pastorate of the East New-York Ite
formed Church waa offered yesterday. He resigns,
after five years' service, on account of the health
of his family. His txvo young BOBS are suffering
from bronchitis, and he desires to seek a climate
better suited to them. A church meeting will b*
called t-> BCt on the resignation. There is a general
desire on the part of the church fur the pa*ti r
to remain. He hus been in the ministry f"r ten
pears, and had been pastor of the Congregational
Church, at Bay Shore. L. I., and of the Stuyvesant
Avenue Congregational Church, in Brooklyn, be?
fore going to his preaent pulpit.
A LEAD-PIPE THIEF RESISTS ARREST.
Jacob Baumann, xvho has a carpenter shop at No.
85 Mosts St., had occasion to return to his place of
business on Saturday night, and found Edward
Roars, twenty-two years old, of No. f,3 Ten Eyck
*t., cutting out the lead pipe In the cellar of the
building. Baumann grappled the thief and a lively
scuille followed. Roars managed to free himself
and ran to the street, followed by Baumann. Po?
liceman Betz. of th.- sixteenth Precinct, started In
pursuit of the fugitive and soon had him In custody.
The prisoner at hist made a despi rate fight, but
waa soon subdued. He was hell by Justice Qoettlng
to answer a charge of burglary.
GATHERED ABOTT THE TOWN.
Democratic primaries will be held this evening in
all the wards to elect new members of thc Kings
County Democratic General Committee and officers
of the ward associations. There will be contesting
tickets in several wards.
Professor Rossiter W. Raymond lectured on
"Water as Related to Life and Survival" In the
Second Unitarian Church last evening before the
Brooklyn Ethical Association. The topic xvas dis?
cussed by Dr. Charles H. Shepard and others.
A large audience at Plymouth (.'hurch last even
lng listened to a lecture by the Rev. H. B. Turner,
cha].lain of thc Hampton Normal and Agricultural
Institute, on its work and methods. Illustrated by
lantern slides. A quartet of the negro students In
the school sang. Dr. Abbott in presenting the
speaker referred to the noble work of the In?
The Rev. A. B. Oerter, formerly a professor In
the Young I.-lilies' Moravian Seminary, tit Nazareth,
Penn., began his work as pastor of the Moravian
Church, in Jay-st., yesterday. He succeeds the
Rev. CJarer.ce E. Sherman, who resigned a few
The annual sermon to the Society of OJd Brook
"rynites was poached last 4-vening by Dr. Rees* V.
Alsop In St. Ann's Episcopal Church, at Livingston
snd Clinton sts. Thtre were about 100 members of
the society present.
The fifteenth anniversary of the foundation of the
Pilgrim Chapel, at Henry and Deg ra xv sts., a mis?
sion of the Church of the Pilgrims, xvas celebrated (
Mrs. Helen Maud Barnes has secured a decree of .
llvorce in South Dakota from Willis (Hl'uert Barnes, 1
to whom she was married about seven years SCO.
Park Policeman Hubert H. OberJy has worn a i
uniform for more than half a century. He has |
been a Park policeman for seven years, before that
was for twenty years on the Brooklyn police force, |
for twenty-three years previously he had served in
the Army, and for thn-e years before his enlistment
In the Army he was In the Navy.
Work on the new 13th Regiment Armory ls ad?
vancing rapidly. All the great arched HUM** for j
the great drill hall are In place, and good progress |
tt being made on the roof of this part of the huge
A new station on the Brooklyn Elex-ated road ls
being built between the tracks opposite Fort
Oreene. It will correspond to the Cumberland-st.
atation on the old line in Park-ave.
The Scney Hospital building* are far from com?
plete. The numerous hosidsd-sp windows present
an unpleasing appearance.
blessed hy ascii nisuor connia ax.
All Saints' Roman Catholic Church, at One-hnn
Jred-and-txxenty-ninth-at. and Madlson-ave., was
blessed by Archbishop Corrigan yesterday morning.
The beautiful new church was crowded with wor?
shippers. Solemn high mass was celebrated at ll
a. m. The Rev. J. J. Dougherty, of Mt. Loretto, S. I.,
took the place of the Rev. If. C. O'Farrell an
celebrant. Father O'Farrell being ill. The sermon
was preached by Father Dougherty. After the ser?
vice the officiating clergymen, V. A. Fuclgna, the
sculptor and designer of the altar and statuary,
and other* who had been Instrumental In building
?be church, took dinner with Father Power.
Henrt A. Daniels, M. D?
90 WEST 80TIT.8T.
Ptisans of the Kervou* Svstem, Geoltn-lTrlaBry Oriana
'?tpotx.cj and Sterility. Boura, S to 1. 6 to i
Gorham Mfg Co.
THE GORHAM MTG CO. announce that the extensiv
alterations undertaken early in the summer have now beei
Through the acquisition of several upper floors they havi
secured the exclusive use of the entire building for thei
Two commodious passenger elevators have been added
affording convenient access to these floors, which have beei
arranged for the display of their artistic productions ir
STERLING SILVER WARE.
These increased facilities and the attendance of a larg<
force of assistants assure to patrons the advantage of even
opportunity for making more deliberate selections under lh(
most favorable auspices.
CARRIAGE ENTRANCE 19TH STREET.
Gorham MTg Co.,
Broadway and 19th Street.
PROMINENT ARRIVAL-* AT TUFT HOTEL***.
A*tor-R**x-Ad*Bsral (tor*-* ft Beiksss. ''? ?*? Marr.
ITiiflmBii Psi*is g. canaan, al rt.iii. Murray Hill?
Mayer n. te, Plagiea of Detroit. Wls4**r- QmstsI -I-'lin
lt. Brooke, I'. S. Army: C.-.'rite ht Pullman, ol Cblfgl
and MlltOS B. Smith, ol laoulsvllle.
WHAT IS GOING ON* TO-DAY.
Br. Meyer's trial, Over and Trrminer Court.
J.lin C. Ausiin insuranee atm*.
Opening of the Tey Show, Leno* Lyceum.
Sale cf trottiiiK stock. Am. ri. .111 Institute BulldirK. M
Millies ?f 'he SoeMy -f Madleal Jurisprudence. A-.ti?
erny of M.sliiine, I p. ss.
Bpsdal ni'-.-riii; >.f the University Council of the Uni?
versity of the Cit', if .\'r?-York.
Fifth anniversary cf the American labtlSth Fnl.n.
Marble iv.llepi.ate chunh.
TuJ^lie iBSfllBf under tlie auspice* of the K**liy club.
Am .. Istloa Itali, I P. '"
Address hy PrrsHsal Merill ft Gates before l'J.J Beta
Kuppa aUuinr.i, Clark'*., s r- ?"?'?
Mr.. C. II. Berk, of North Iiennlnuton. Vt., will
speak on "Th* Conversion >.f ("hll'lren" before the
Hast Si'le Sun.lay School Inion this evening In l|..|-e
Chapel. In F.as: Fourth-st.. near Avenue c. ,\|.\
and-r F. Irvine, of the Church of the Hen sad LSD 1.
ls the prssKteat of Ihe union.
The Tenderloin Club'* fortnightly entertainment
on Satur, ay night w.is a tree! success, BStd ll"*
attewlanc* was the large*) "t this seeson.
who gav.- their aervlee* srer* Miss Buchsnon, with
recitations; John Hull, the humorist; Franz Comp.
son, lu11-yt"ne; Mias chester, ."' prano; Mist- Btanser,
?rho recited a. .selection (ron "B*s Hur"; Henry
Lynn, who recite.] "EofSa* Aram"; "Dsa" Loeb,
with comic Boags, sad Csrroll and Ma. k. ..f the
?*ii&2" company, who did som.- clever <-i m ?',
Superintendent Byrnea yesterdsy completed thirty
j years' *ervic* "it th. polio* force, sad trill In future
' wear six gol'l. n stripes os tte- <iifT-i of his oflldal
ooat, During s part of the sftemoon th* Ruperta
tennent sat in his otBc* receltins coagimtulatloaa
, Several hun.Jre-l telegrams of COnsrstutatlOB from
i prominent buainea* sad professional m*n ht all
j parts of the world pour.-1 in up .ti him. The Super?
intendent is rather younger tha.n most people nip
pose him to i.e. (m th-- nth of asst Jua* b* will
be only fifty-two years oil.
Phillp If. Bebe's anl Frank Floyd, who ar- ar?
ouse.1 of robbins the Hank of Minneapolis of 190,000,
hSVS Started on the last Stace Of their hom. wari
! Journey. They were brought from Bouthstnpton,
; Ktiglan.l, arriving on the New-York on SstUTdsy.
The detectives and their charges left the Motl-st.
I entrance of the Central Oflto* Bl I JO O'clock y. s
1 tenlay afternoon, went iilr--ct to the Urand Central
Station an.l boarded a 4:'"0 p. m. train on the New
j York Central Railroad. They will reacJt Iftaassp
j oils to-morrow.
Mrs. Pauline Kuntz, who lives at No. t__ W( Bl
Forty-tint-r-t., xvas sassulted sad robbed of a pock
etbook, containing MB, while wstchlag * para I* . n
1 Thanksgiving Day at Ninth-ave. sad Thlrty-**v
enth-st. She was able to give B clear description of
her assailant, -ind on Bsturday riiKht tie- poliee sr
resterl Jeremiah Hurley, twenty xe.ns old, of No,
Wa J'.leventh-ave., on suspicion of being the thief.
He was fully identlfie.l l.y Mrs. Kuntz. and -?
dray xvas remanded for further examination st tb*
Jefferson Market Police Court.
The resignation Of the Rev. Hr. John ft. Paxton
win bo read before the meeting of th? congregation
of the West pr. ibyterisn Church next Wedin i
evening. Th-* Mex-. Jsmea Bell* occupied the pulpit
at the morning service yastefdsy.
One reason xvhy some pe,,j.le rejoice that Ute end
of the year ls near is that th* day of the Coltan
bian atstnpa xviii soon b* over.
The ferryboats of the Inion Ferry Company seem
small and shabby in comparison with the large and
handsome nexv boats whi.h ply on the North River.
One who knows says that the tester gas now In
general use ls seven times aa poiaOllOUS a* th.- ".as
manufactured hy Ihe old proCC**, nnd warns people
against leaving lighted gas-jets turned low burning
Downtown manufacturing houses hav* begun to
folloxv the exampie of tb* New-York Si. am Com
pany, and jets of thick black smoke relied ."it
from several chimneys on the Kast Side l.eloxv I li
BrMgS Saturday afternoon.
John McGreevry. sixteen years old, of Render*
son-st., Jersey City, was returning to bis horne from
Secaucus yesterday and undertook to rssch the
H-ights by way of the "blsek bridge" of th* Brie
Hallway. He was struck by a train xvh-n In the
middle of the bridge and killed. The body xvas sent
to Speer's morgui.
A fair will bo held by the Tabernacle Church of
Jersey City, of which the Itev. John I.. Scudder ls
pastor, beginning to-morr ixx- evening in the rems
of the- People's Palace in (J,- md-st. The ralr xviii
be for the benefit of The Pnlace, and xviii be BpM
every owning this week. Among thoa* who will
have charge of the booths ur- Mrs Aile.- May
Scudder, Mrs. Cl. V,'. Amnesa, Mia.. John Hiving
Mrs. O. IV. Clerlh-w. Mis J. '| Edward* lira
la. T. Doherty. Miss Edith Hunt, Miss Minnie War*
and Miss K. Ingerson.
The Hamilton Club, one of the leading organiza?
tions In Passaic County, will give an informal re?
ception on Thursday night to Judge William Walter
Phelps, lt will he almost exclusively a club affair,
each member being privileged to Invite only one
The cornerstone of the new Netherland RsfoffSSSd
Church at People's Park will be laid to-morrow
afternoon by tne Rev. T. Hager, pastor of the
church assisted by the Rev. William Prln- of
The Order of Red Men, which has 3,000 members
in Paterson, ls arranging to form a central organ
Isatlon for th.* city. Th. re are fifteen tribe* of th
order In Paterson, sad i ,x,, lodgt - ol thi Ordei ?
Tlie i.oiy of a xv. ii-,it- n. evidently a
itali m. shoal forty yean oM, as* found Bostln
in the P ? ver al it Ilevlll* yesterday aftei
noon Tin- body wsa clothed iti a Black broad
cloth dress, a fsney shawl, and underclothing i
good mat. ii.i. black hst, r.-.I r-ilk stock ?
Oxford shoes. There wa* nothlni sly to les
to l-l. ntlflcatlori. A peculiar iJiiug about tie
death ,* timi sin- hud a white handkerchief tie
over her head ..nd ,it,-;; the ej es lt I
.-up;,,-, i it,.,; -t,,. ti* i ti,. I, indki rchlei ,
blindfold heir- If wi Ike-d mt . tli- rivi
Tli.- v...man nra* evidently a -ri,.;, m. bi many pei
s ms viewed thi I- ::?? il- titi
te l it.
MAY BK) '.-WT* Iv
The questlofl of ..? iy In New
Brunswick la nos I ti i. The city rallwa;
has applied for :ii-- privlles* ..r rhanslns "ie motlv
pow. r "f Ita ..1 from horse*
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and tia v win meei aa a roi I the xvii..*
pi ripoi ii roi any pn
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limit* of lb* . rv ir,
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THU MOV1 xn \i -, oi sTaUMCXS.
St-aiia-r Bato*ni (Br), Lnckham, mai S*w-T*rk Hov.
'lui,' i S3, s la Dover, nrrlvi 1 at I.,,.;., I. - IO
Kfeaaer Aurania [Br), '?! Kai (from Liverpool . tall l
run giie."i?t..\!ii f.r New-York ifr.--.iA,.- l.
rit***i*i H**ie ii..-.. Kiosk, from New-York li
,,-r J tot v.r men arrived il bouthamptavi l< ? ? ai,t,.-i lo.
S'rimr, li In .i i'.i Daxter, trott !t*W L.rk .Vonni
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st. mar la. Itirtiuii, il ); i ?: on, from S.n., r,
i.njbei - srrlv*d si ll.ni" H> emte' IO.
Steamer Csrllaanshlr i*. i, Hlnrnj-k, frmii i Mn,... awl
apane** norts 11 ? Boer Io- ,.n.r,. r J, fur N'eiv.Yi.rk
,.. ,i Gibraltar De i Biter 10.
Purr and Sur*.
a heaping spoonful of others.
6th Ave., 20th to 21st St.
Practical and Useful
500 Ladies' tight fitting Jackets,
' Plain um! Braid Trimmed, with Cape
f Collar, full skirts, trimmed with rich
_ dark furs, al! colors and black,
798, $98, 1ti98;
It.giilnr prir.s, I 1.15V I 1.!?**>, Itl.OW.
400 Ladies' House downs in
Printed Cashmere, all-wool Thibets, j
Washburne Eiderdowns, etc., in full
shapes, latest effects,
K.?.ilnr iiiin-, IA***. S.M, Lil's.. n.?m.
300 Mackintosh and Rainproof
garments in the most desirable and
. comfortable shapes, single and double
textures, also Cravenette garments
in Jill colors,
I.98 to 19.98;
lt.'M.1I.11 pri.e*. .'I.IIS lo 'ill.7.1.
\ Ladies1 Fur Capes in Baltic and
j English Seal, Wool SeaJ, etc.; high
1 collars, top capes, or plain full circu
9.98 to 49.00:
lt- .ulm priers, I I Aft lo 4I1I.UO.
500 Children's Sets
Muffs and Collars
In French Coney, Russian Lynx,
Nutria, Moire-.^strachan, etc.,
4 79 O 98.
la tO %tfm
Ladies' and Misses'
in all Desirable Furs.
H. O'Neill & Co.,
6th Ave., 20th to 21st St,
--: _?3 i ?
rt c. sil.WMis on mo in ,*i fur Ksrment ls a I
guarani"* .,' i
I J l '*.
Christmas Clearance Salo
Of Drt'ss Goods
Expressly arranged lor To-day? -,
Great Holiday Hale** of DrenH Goods.
Entire Bccuniuliitioii ol rall ?ea
son, -,i\ heavy reduction** in price?
in mum Instances below cont,
Kieli, comfortable Winter wool?
lens, (jimers Hair Bolide am! Silk
Fibre Suitings?positive bargains,
IN THE BASEMENT
A limul! Dress Pattern Sale.
.;,.??<><> New Lengths added for
To-<l.n, in complete patterns, at
Hie following prices per pattern:
Figured Twills, ftl.60
Wool SI rijies, ?2.50
Basket Cheeks, $2.95
Mixed Cloths, $4.00
Broad Cloths, $6.00
200 pieees (.niel (oneil Plaids 1
ami ISO pieees Striped Cheviot ?
holli lines double width?to be
sold at 25 cents per yard?for the
JAMES Mct'REERY & Vi)..
Broadway ami nth si.
A IIIII.IIIA1 4HTOII 1 I M ll .
,1 Inducement, offer*! I.i ?? InatslRMSt tOF*
l "i - "ii 1 I.an.I \\ EBRR PIANOS
U Altl'IC'iiM.-. H'S Ill-Ill AVKM'i;
ADVERTISEMENTS AXD M usc JU PT lo.vs I-Oit
HIL, XBW.VOIIK IKII'.IM. Wll.I, BS HE.
ii.im.u a. lin- i i'i-1\\.\ iii!,i;. No. I.St. Broad.
vms, 2d 4oot north of Thlrtj-.|ir*t-?t.; tntt_aovkK.
n ? J , -- ??. ?" *.J '.,,"? i- nfc. , a..< I a I ' > I ,i\.
i I-...MI-.N is ai uiu folloi.mK Brunell onie... iii
LiehUi-iVe., ?? e. onr. T**entr-Uitrd-*t.; 169 M-tii-uv*.;
157 I'ourtliajM* , .omer I onrto.-iitii-st.. 700 Thlrd?ve..
tornM I'.rti '.'irntl'-si, ; 1 .ti...*, -rt.lr 1 h*..- . nrai M.tv
llrm-.t.; 1,70S Ilri'uM'.; nm \v,.,r Farr i so'imil.t. ; lit.
,, 11 ,'ii.nr., S3 Aiirimo A; l,B23 1 aird uv. ; 20 We*t
I.purf .nth-.l ' M" IVMt I'l.rM-s,, ond-.-t. ; j.'.l 'J hird ai?.;
inns Thlrd-av*.; *>.o.^i TMrd-av*., mt. onr-hundrcd.
Bini.t.'??.rta nnd iiiie-liini.ire.i.|?i,a ti.irti'<*ntii it*.
At tl,-. Il \ lir.l :m oUKKs. ino Ei..t One-hundred.
Si .ItM.'iit v IMtl.'-l. : Ml \\ ,?? lin- liti'iitri>1-tiiid-tn-ontr
flh-st.. mid MO Watt On*r-|.iiiulri*tl-*adfortr.nfth lt., up
io rt j. in , ?t r.;niiir uiu." rata*
In Ili'i.klin, at fl.1 Cnurt-.t.i 50,*. V Kalh-nvs. : 1,200
Iledf'ird.*..... ui. to R i>. m.. at re_ulir ollk-o r**'**.
l.ji.d -i. Offlco tor advcrtUtuiani**, Jil IJ?fat st , W.
6th Ave., 20th to 21st St.
UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES.
Brass, Vase find Dresden Banquet Lamps,
Princess Lamps, l'iano Lamps,
Oni/or Tables and Cabinet)**,
Bisque and Austrian Ware, Cinch's and Ornaments,
Silcerware, Jewelry, Ljeather Goods,
Fans, Toilet Articles, Mufflers, JJandkerehiefs, Canes, VmbrelltiRo
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
INDIAN ART WARES
Calcutta, Delhi, Bombay and Simla.
Larye and small pieces in
Benares Ware, Lacquered Bronzes, Enamelled
Bronzes, Sterliiif/ Slicer Curios, Copper,
Ivory and Sandalwood Frames,
llandworh-ed Draperies, Screens, Table Covers, <?<*,
H. O'NEILL & CO.,
6th Ave., 20th to 21st St.
Tiffany & Co.,
Union Square, New York,
Have now on exhibition their
stork prepared for this HOLI?
DAY SEASON* and at prices
in harmony with thc present de?
pressed state ol' trade.
C. SHAYNE, Mnniifiti-turor. 124 W.-st 42il
st . baa purkad Ma ??til* .t.n-k al furs '..wu to
? poMlblt rrii-^s al v.lil ii r.!t*t l>* a,>*,1* .-an be
Store* l'.n .'..-nings.
rhe Standard Pianos of the World!
The Largest Establishment in Existence,
i. aro rooms: Steinway Hall, Net? York..
s.?. CHRISTMAS *****
Cutlery and Ten Trays, Lotnii
Bronze Kettle* to swiii*;-, 5 o'clo
Teas, Preneh Coffee Machine, T
Vienna Coffee Maker, Mutti
Dishes ;ui(l Coven, Hot Water
Plates, Oyster Si ewers, Brail and
Iron Fenders, Fire Irons ;intl Dogs.
Wood Boxes and Coal Hods, Tool
Chests, Skates, Sleighs, Shaker
Chairs, Refrigerators,China, (.ilass,
?al'iO ItroJid-tvay, tot. ital Mt.
?iio'i Sixth Ave*, lor, ,,i?.t Nt.
* Ito .:\.| iin-'ii--st awsiS* for riiii> fur* at tho ?STsfM'*
Point Bizantin, Point Duchesse,
Point de Venise,
aces and Trimming Laces to match.
and Run Spanish Scarfs & Fichus,
Embroidered Edgings and Flouncings.
.adies' Kid Gloves,
y*Wwt| c6 i^ti? ti.
0HAYNE S PUB STOKE, 4'Jd-st., near Broad
opF.V TO 0 O'Clock tatty <>v?n!ng -inti! Chrl'tn-.a*.
GREAT CLEARING SALE.
Royal Wiltons and Wilton Velvets
Al nlioiit (nn.l Mollie even lr*,) thnn
THE HUC ?'" OM IIKDINARV MUMU
Broken lats, .-'n.i-' I'lef-es nr.,1 Pattern* Ott do no*
ini.-n I <i_plt<'*tm?. som-' wa hav* ma.Ir pto,
CARPETS and RUCS
of varlnu* tift. in a'.l th* different grades, lultabl* tap
-il kin.ii of :
AT REMNANT Pit ICES.
Fine Foreign Rugs
in a'.l S**M - '? i i'l '??? "*tt Qul.'k'.y.
Tn ni bo ni rd it uri Irish Point*.
A manufa.-tiners 'entire production at I*** than ths
con ot Imi rtatl tx.
Alan on ilraunt nn*ortm*nt ol' SASH (TKTAU.9.
For Parlors Ubrarte*. etc, in suits and odd plecaft
v.-ry rl,*h. our > >** ri uptmlatertns, J-i price* lar below ibm
usual for flrst-clas* * rk.
SHEPPARD KNAPP & CO.,
SIXTH Ali:., UiTII AMI IITII BTS,__
TRIBUNE EXTRAS. ?%%m
INTERN*ATinN VI. YACHT llArr*.-Ther atory
of caril <>f th* moe* .if past a on rs, v, ell tolS
and profusely Hluatrated. iii cent*.
ART AND ARCHITECTURE at the WORLD'S
FAIIt.?I'll** only Kulde In existence whick
dlscusae* thf picture* and buildings of thu
..'air. Hluatrated. -."> ucnta.
VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT?Two eharmln*
nrtl.-Irs l>> ll. li. Northrop, thr prime mover
In Hil* -work. New-\ork 4 lt> men ,Tho traill
to help beautify their native towna In tbs
country ahould rcud thia. fi tenta a copy.
TRI'STS?Arnnment* In their favor hy S. 4%
T. Dodd. Solicitor ot thc Mn min rd 4)11 Coin*
paay, snd argument iiiculuat by T. V. Pow*
derly. Grund Muater "W or Um it ii of tke l.ui.Uts
of Labor. 5 .cut*.
TRIBUNE ALMANAC. IMIJl.-In cloth, SI.
MlfAttWAWS ? complete Hat of thc 4..
1.47 milli.nii.lr.'s of Hie I lilted Mutes, nnd'
but, they made their money. Unty Hat eve*
compiled, \uluulilo lo students, cvononilala
mid promoter* of new en icrp.-laca, Ufi ccu ta
u copy, lu ll.-vl.lc c'otli. St*
WAR STORIES.?liver forty talc* ot th*
Civil War. li) I ullin Mildlera. InaplriitK,thrill*
lilli nnd pathetic. Moat of tliciu urltlutt fut
Trtbuue cu ali prlcca. -."? cuts.
IHO ISSl'ES.?Tlie bent of ItoNwclI Cl. Horr's
article* In Thc Weekly Tribune on the Tar*
HT, Flounce mid Sliver. Au education lu lt*
aelf. -"? ccula.
Al,MW Af. 1 SOX?Third Edition, revlaed tm
thc lirst of April. A r cn Iii aplendld ii uni lier.
First of iii'* uri'iit Almanac* on Ihe ni ur Ucl.
?/..-.il iin-.-n. Ni.iv rend,. 1'ncta about tbs
World'* l'n lr. U.I cents a cop).
"OCR CH Al NCEY."-A nev edition, with tl*
Inatriiled rover,, in puper. Any resular
sulis.rllicr to The Tribune cnn sci lt for 40
eenla. A delleloua piece of fnn, writ len by
Isms h. .asilaj ***** tttm XaAa ninmni. Pro*
fuaely illustrated hy Heard und Lilbaon.
Tni'F. STORIES OM THE AVAR FOR rilli
I'MOV?A new collection i April. l.s?.l) ol
? torie* written hy actual participant*.
Thrilling, pathetic and true, iii, ecuta ft
NEW NAVY.--The Trlbnne'a pnmphlet ha*
srent popnlnr vnlue. All the new warahlp*
ile*erlhe.l. Milli number of nuns, illmea.
?lon*, eic. Thia number also eoniitln* tSS
t hlilnu couit.liciitii.ii. r_.-, cent* a copy.
OPEN-IIR SPORTS.?Thc Trlhnne'a book,
Hie beat American lloy'a Own Hook eve*
lirlnted. I,arne octavo, over ."."<l liaises. Ol
trent vnlue also to nilulla. The topic* ur*
rtrrhcryi boraebnek r lill ii uri ull annie of
iialli rill.* and ahotKum antltnsi boat and
lacht hnlldlniri sui minium ni.u linu; lite)'*
'lluil, and Itt fuct thc whole miine of tomi
iblc opeu-nlr sport*. A fewr coplca ?nl*f*?
i'r ice S1.*_S each.
JOINT DERATE ON FREE S'LVER COIN*
lui*.?Thia dc hu tc haa been conducted tot
,ver two month* lit successive Uaues *?
The Weekly Tribune bel w ecu Wm. M. St sw?
irl, ll. S. Senator, for frc*, all,er on the baal*
if 1 to Ul, und Roswell ti. tlorr nicnlnst. Nsw
-?published lu pamphlet form. Ttl pnuca. SS
taut* a copy. -''
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