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J?EWS FROM THE ?SUBURBS '
WESTCHE8TER CO UXTY. TONKERR Captain Crawford, of the Balvatksj Army, fed 2.V1 Mor children yesterday afternoon at the? barracks ! In Main-it.. Toukera. The children assembled at | 1:",\ and it took till 4 o'clock ?? feed them alt. Twantr osm torkeys, ISO loaves "f bread, s barrel of potatoes, healdea Beveral osees of oranges, were usci, lnirin?; tha eeurss ?f the dinner th?* band of nine pieces played fOT th<? children and many of the Army Bang for them. The rhlldrea arere di? vided in two sections ol IX each, and were arranged about four Ions table?. Tl?.?? women members of th?? Army waited <?,? thetn. . . . The annual bill of the Hudson Hose Company was held on Tnanka giv'ng Eve at Teuton's HalL i'-"? maa Henry A? Istu labari acte ? as Root manaeer, and waa ns eis?,] b] Robert Benjamin, The Reception Cora? ni,a*.? consisted of Robert Hooka, Angelo Rnake, Fred Beholding, Thomai Ball, Joha ll. Bcholdln?, MorrisCahlll,Theodor? !.. Busch and Christian Bchlo bohm. . . . Testerdsy forenoon al the grounde of th?? Young Men'. Christie ? Association, at Lowerre, the football team ?>r the Tonh >rs Lawn Tennis Club met and defeated the Crescente of Harlem by ? score of l-f to l?'. The proceeds from admissions -win be devoted to charity. . . , Lasi night al Teutoni* Hall the Teutonla Boi ety save th'ir an? nual Tnankaglvlng entertainment. A musical pro gramm.? w.is given, i" which .v.i.-s Martha Sherer, Miss An?.?,in Kott, Miss Bertha Wagner, Misa Bertha Kott, August Nltsch, Bmll Rclgelmann, Friink Steadman, Charles Melntnghaus u I ??ito Kott took par;. Af:>r the entertainment there wae a .lance. . . . The Amaranths, ? social organi? zation, presented "Th?? Bhaughran" at Sfualc ?G???? last night before a large snd appreciative audience. The proceeds of the play will ??? turned over n> Ht. Peter'? Church. . Owing to the evtuuj llcal meetings now in progreea in the city, special Thanksgiving services were hell yesterday only at St. John's Episcopal, the Westminster Presbyterian and the Messiah Baptist churches, n. Kay Mills, . the evangelist, held services In the morning, alter- i (toon and evening. seW-jersey. JERSET CITY. An oil stove exploded yesterday la Richard Ruck's ' liquor-store, at Sussex sad Hudson sts., Jersey City, and set fire to the house, which was de? stroyed, together with the Storage house of Garvey ; Brothers' brass foundry. Tne loss Is about 16.000. \ The fire at one Urn? threatened the International Navigation Company's ararehOUSSS, which adjoin the burned buildings, but they were saved. The losses by the burning of McKnlghl ? Chideater'e moulding mill. P. K. Tuxbury'a aaab and blind fac? tory and J.-hn M Jones s saltpetre works will not exceed 180,000, and will probably not be more than S-W.OoO. The Pennsylvanie Railroad Company oll shed, containing a dozen narr?is of kerosene, and a small carpenter-shop w> re als,? deetroyed. The Ames spike factory was slightly dsmaged. John Ryan, also known as Beth liemfte. and Charles Bergman, the firemen reported Injured I.? an ex t.losion. were all right yesterday. Thev had mur-iv been made unconscious by the fumes of the burning Saltpetre. AFFAII?S IX BROOKLYN. BROOKLYN DAT AT THK FAIR. .t was Brooklyn day yesterday at the fair In the new- armory erected by the .-'tate for the 23d Regi ment, the crack regiment of the Second Brigade I of the. National Guard. The entire city was well represented in the throng which attended and ?b- ! erally patronize?! the attractions in both the after- | noon and the evening. It was originally Intended to close the fair last ?vening, but it has b.-.-n ' ?leemed desirable to continue it for two days more, ? In order to give further opportunity to dispose of tha many articles still remaining at the various booths. There will be no distinctive features to-day ; and to-morrow, but the fair will be kept open at the usual hi urs, with the cuatomary concerta The , fair haR been a soi ?al as well as a financial suc? cess, and th?? attendance has been extremely satis? factory to the managers. Th?? many persons who have tak.-n chsnees in th?? guessing contests '"G the choke articles disponed of in this way are awaiting anxiously ih?? opening of the sealed <:i velopes containing the fycky numbers, From a hundred to a thousand cliances have been sold upon the half a hundred valuable arti? les entered In the contest?. In the voting for the European trip. Chaplain Parker still leads Father Melone. Mrs. J. B. Hol!)nsh?ad had charge of the (lower booth again last evening. Anoth?r exhibition of the bullet-proof shield was given last evening. The fair will close at 10.30 to-morrow Bight. B-EVIEY.'ING THK RAPTIST BOYS' BRIOADF.. The Thanksgiving Day review of the Baptist Hoys' Brigade took place yesterday afternoon in the Brooklyn Rink. ? detachment from New-York crossed the Bridge and jolnel the Brooklyn boya In Clinton-st. About M$0 w<-r<- In line and marched In Schermerhorn-st., Lafayette ?tre., Clinton-ave, Gates-ave. and Vaiiderbllt-ave. to the nink. Mayor Schieren reviewed the line from In front of his house in ("dnton-ave. At th- Rink the exercises consisted of singing, Bible drill, prayer by the Rev, G>?. \V. C. B. Rhodes, competitive declamation? and drills, addressee and the awarl of prizes. Tin-re 'were many spectators present. ?.??.. GATHF.HED ABOFT THE TOWN. The test suit growing out of the accident on the footbridge over NewtOWa <"reek, In Meeker-ave., last year, In which a dozen persona were hilled, has been dismissed by Judge CuUsa on the ground that the contractor could not be held responsible after the bridge had been accepted by the two ?counties. Murat Halstead gave a lecture on "Iceland," re? counting a trip thither, on Wednesday In ?St. Agnes'? Hall, at Sackett and Hoyt sts. The trip was mad?* In 1874, at the time of the millennial celebration of the settlement of Iceland. H. II. Rajan lectured on "The Home and Haunt? of Shak<-s:?enre" In the Hanson Place .Methodist Episcopal C'hur. h last evening. Mayor Schieren Is expected to make public to? day his veto of the resolution of the Aldermen ?which forbids strolling street bands to perform and limits the grinding of organs to the hours be? tween 9 a. m. and " p. m., with restrictions In re? gard to ?listancp from schools, churches and hos? pital?. The Mayor has received a bushsl of letttrs on the subject. A mock trial was conducted by the Young Men'? Union of Plymouth Church on We Inesday even? ing. The fudge was \V Y. Tapper; the defendant, Br. Lyman Abbott; the prosecuting attorney, SJ, V. "White; the ee-unsel for the defence, Dr. Roasiter W. Raymond, and the clerk of the court. Frank Rudd. _ ?- m THE WAVES PITCHED AND ROAMED. ejr.AVY OAUCS BMOOCNTERED HT ??????? STEAMKI.S-oNK VESSEL FORCED TO HEAVE TO roll SIXTEEX HOURS The Anchor Bin?? steamship Furnejisla. from Glasgow November 1.'.. arrived here yisterday after ? atormy passage, h? r paanengera arere aaseng the many people who gave thanks in New-Torfc >???* terday. Their thanks were chi? fly attributable, to the fact that they were ashore aftei tw> weeks ol buffeting by tne waves, ? Bj November M tbe wind blew with the fore- of "ten combine! galea," and the stanch steamship made only forty-??? ? ' twenty-four hours. Then for a. week the weather varied from fair to middling. On November S a heavy Kale from the northwest sprang up. and ?with It came a heavy head sci. Tre steamship's bridge was smashed and >ome trlfliiib' damage done about her deck.. La Bretagne, French Bine, from Havre, also re? ported very heavy weather. The steamship was delayed In leaving i\u\r<- un Ml \\ ? dn-sday, No? vember H, fit. imi ou nt Of the ?Inking of a \. directly a-r./ss th. entrance to the harbor. Once ?le ir of the land, the big Steamship ran Into a succession of galee, and on November -i paesed through a cyclone of twelv?? hours' duration. One of th?? anllora waa daahed agalnai tbe rail and bad Ills leg bn,k?-n The Hekla. of the Thingvalla Bin??, from Copen? hagen, encountered many gules, aim on November il. while In latitude tt, longitud'? IT, was oblige,I tu heave to for sixteen hours and pour oil on the troubled waters. The H?*k!a ran short of coal, and bad to put into Halifax for a supply sufficient to bring her into New-York. AlAJESTlc'.s PASSEKOERM FINALLY ??ET A WA 1*. There were no Thanks/lvings on the White .Star IstM |>;. r yeaterday morning. On the contrary, the people assetili.1?.| there Brers angry and allowed it, too. The Majestic was warped into her dock at 4 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon and all of her 2SS first cabin passengers shook hands with them si Ivee and eald, "We will all be home with our 'luggage' to-night." About eighty-eight of them were?with luggage end the other 20u were?without. Some time ago the Treasury Department made the ruling that the Customs officers cou'.d not pass baggage from In? coming steamship? after sundown unies, a special permit from the Collector of the Port was obtained for the allowance of night work. The sun sank Into the west at 4:31 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, so 200 very angry men and women had to leave their trunks on the wharf and wait until yesterday for the examination of their trunks. This examination t,?f?k pisce yesterday while the bells were tolling for Thanksgiving aervtces, but they pealed in the ears of atea who were noi mdulglng In thanks t?? any grem? extent. The pier was cleared in the early afternoon. HOME NEWS. WHAT Ifl GOING ON TO-DAY. Bicycle to'irnament, Madison S,) tiare Carden. Hoard of Mediation and Arbitration, Broadway Central Hotel. Police Board Investigation, Boiice Headquartera. Ohio Society annual meeting, No. 2.1G Fifth?ai e . S p- ni. Pt. Andrew's Bay Special servile, St. George's Brotes!ant Kpiacopnl Church, S p. m. Barnard College trustee.?. No. 343 Mcdison-ave., 4 p. tn. "Th? Goldey" mc-k con.gress, No. 31 Union Sonare, s p. m. Neighborhood Ouild Cadets' entertainment. Guild Hall. 8 p. m. Lecture by W. S. Bogan before Liberal Club, No. BO ?Saal Plfteenth-et., s p. m, The Rev. Dr, H. 8. MacArthur before the noon? day prayer-meeting, No. HI Fulton-st. NEW-TORK CITY. The first annual reception of th?? Young Ladles and Young Gentlemen'a League of the Monteflora Home will b.- given nt th? Camegle Music Hall on next Wednesday ever,Ine. Chauncey M. DOpew will apeak Walter S. Bogan will lecture on "The Income Tax; is Property In Danger?" this evening at the Ub? erai club, No. 220 K?st Flfteenth-at. The annual concert and liall of the New-York Swiss Club will be given to-morrow evening at the Teutonla Assembly Rooms, Third-ave nn.l Six? teen th-at. The 1st Battalion of the American Ouard will be review?'.1 to-morrow evening by Commissioner Jo? seph A. Gould.'ii at the Grand Central Bala.??. Marshall B. Wilder will give his entertainment for the amusement of the Princeton football team this evening at the Murray Hill Hotel. The annual services of St. George'? chapter of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew will be held In St. Qeorge'a Church, Stnyvesnnl Square and Sixteenth st.. this evening. There will he addresses by the Rev. Br. ?V. S Hainsford and Robert E. Speer. Dr. George K. James, professor of th?? history of education; ? t. ? I>. Shimcr. profess,t of psychology of the School of Pedagogy, and PTO fessor B. H. BtOddard, of the School of Arts, will represent the I'nlverslty Of the City of New-York at the meeting of the l'entrai States' <?,,!!.;?.? As? sociation In Baltimore to-day and to-morrow. a mras trice on rut: BABOON. HE WAS A NEWCOMER AT Till?: MENAOERIB, AND SOME ONI SAVE HIM CAYENNE PEPPER IN A NUTSHELL, In the??? good Thanksgiving times the animal? In Ut? Centra! Bark Menagerie are not forgotten by their kind friends who throughout the year come to enjoy the comic antics of the monkeys, the quarrel lings of the parrots, the roars of the lions and th wheedling way In which the bears ask for peanuts and even pepp-rmlnt 1 ?z-nges. The frl> tils were there In full fore?? yesterday and at nightfall every animal and bird was comatose. Not a natural sleepiness, hut just simply a natural desire lo slop off an an fil debauch. A imboon or dog faced monkey, th- gift of Mr*. Bchurchardt, of Newtown, U l.< la the latest addi? tion to the menagerie, and th- rimine was ins only angry animal in the placa for the major part ?,f the day and threw back ?very gift offered him. This was owing to some young rascal's having given him in the early morning the s h ?Ml of a peanut filled] with cayenne pepper This monkey la a Une specimen and generali.? ??tilet. but he was m.id jresterds) snd It was only wh.-n a wee bit of e child offered him a sugar-coated cracker that he became a decent weii-behaved denbwa of the monkey-bouse All tie other monkey?? wre having a high oil time when the house was eins. I every one "f them fr>?:? the long-arm'd spider-monkey ? ? the tiny marmoset had a store ..f extra food la bis cheek pou hea T.h- deer were wed provisioned by the pul all day long had their cold black nostrils rubbing against the bar? asking f,.r alni?. The gtizzlv. bhsl k and pilar heurs to 'k sn early stand, on tb-lr haunches, ani Btretcbed out their hug?? paws for gifts <?r open 1 their great laws m a trap for I wh ? wanted to practise pitching. The linns, leop? ards and tigers had an extra niti-m and then lay down to sleep, but the young rubs of '.he | ? and leopard were more ml? hlevou? reaterday then ever, tumbi'ng over one snother lu the straw tering it ?.?? every side and in fneir playful way ?hawing ea~h other up. -?? MANY IMMIOEAXT? ON RLLIS r-.74.Yf?. Kills Island held a larger number of Immigrants yeaterday than f?,r any day during the Inai months. Six Bteamshtps?the Majestic, Western land, Purnessls, Lahn, La Bretagne and Hekls - had landed there LISO men and women, and they crowded the big pia.e. or. Benner received word from Washington not to discharge any of th?-m yesterday, a? it was a holiday, but as many of Un? people would have been seriously Inconvenience,) by su?'h a detention. Br. ?Senner allowed th? tu to come over to th?? fit y and catch the trains which were to bear them to their destinations. COITOS ARLASE ON A PI EX. The steamship Leona, of th?? Mattory Line, ar? rive,) here on Wednesday afternoon from Qalveston, laden with cotton. At C o'clock yesterday morning, fire broke out in the co'ton which had been dis charged from her, and f,,r a time it threatened to Bpread to th? other bales and packages Of mer? chandise with which the pier was ?crowded. An alarm was sent out, but the fire was put out before the engine? arrived. Thla make? the third fire which has occurred In the cargoes of the steamships of the line within two weeks, and each time cotton seems to have been the cause. On Friday, November -?'.. ih?? steamship Lampasas was beached at Lewes, Del., with ? tire In the cotton In her after hold, snd only last wees the Alami h.vi to be suns in h? r dock here with cotton blazing stubbornly between de'k.s. wholesome, leavens most, leavens best. MA BINE J ? TE L L ! 0 EU CE. MINIATI Iti* VLMANAC. S'unri??? TsMlSnaar! ? ::? M? n sh? p nt T:14!Mooo'i ????* > M?tili WATER TO-DAY A.M-Bondir ? ?. ?:?!<3 ?. leland B:44:Hell Dot? Il :??} p M Bon ly tl ?'? ? .""? ???. ??1?? ? 10:10 II ill Oat? i-"?? INCOMING STEAMERS. TO-DAT. I.tn?. i nal ,N? th Anvr ..? ? I I ..Allan _Niti noi . H mil? Amer .Urlato! City .Canard .Fren? li . .Columbian ,.? U I. Id Ve?-.r! Fr re. Lydia? Monarch...lVm?ion NovJ.......?? Obilam.Rotterdam Nov ?.Weih ?,' ? .?. ?? ??, . ? '? ?"? ? .?. ? ! im.? Mi-I? ??1 im ?"V ?. Weaer.|??:?,???, NoV 17 . Non, clan.?;:.,.?.?, ? ?? ?t. Hui ?? .I. ?nd ??. Noi I?'? . H h mia .H imi uni, Noi 13. KanaaiCIt].Swanaeo, N?"? '?'. ?ATURDA Y DECEMBER I. Etrurts.Llv?n.i. Nov U. La Rouraogne.???p?, ???? 2t. I" nan ??.iVlon, Nov 21. KPPWilhelm.Qlbraltar, Nov 21. 0VTQ01XQ STEAMERS. TO-DAT. Veeoe] Poe Ltne. Molla etnea Veaael ?olla. Habana, Santiago, Spanish. '?' ?'?' ?' m ? "" ? m \ Ivano? Col p ?' lumblan. ? '?'??> ? '" 12 "" ?'? C,.|, mlila. Colon, Cu?n Mall . '?' ?'?" ? '" l-' "" '?' Eiffel Tower, Cape Town, Tower. lawpm 3:1? p m Cherokee, Jacksonville, Clyde. ?????? SATURDAY, DECEMBER I. Lucania, Llverpo I, Cob ird. * '?' ?< '" Furn? ??ti? ci ? .? iw, Anoh.8 00 ? m '?' "" ? m ? Wilhelm II, Oenoo. ? ? Lloyd . - .?? ? a ?.im iVlerl.lee l'utili, . t.?. ?.,!?.????? ?: Holt, '.'.'?' ? 'Il H "" "1 La Urei aso ? Il ivre, Pre ? h . ...... .1-? ? ?? m ?'? '"? P m ? ? leo? Ile, si ? ?. mai, ??? . tj-iei.-V ? ??? ? m 1- ??? ?:?????. Kln??ton, Atlai.Uhi?? ? m I2:i? m Hekla ' '-, pialla.Il:i?iam liiiipm it itt< i-i im, Neth Amei.litui a m l:u?p m Seifurni I na. ? YA Cuba ...??' '.unni ? :<? ? m Porti? St John'a, Red fro?.louai a m 12:0? m G tri Willem, l'orto Rico. ? V .?. PR. l:uo p m ? Leona. Oalveeton, Mull ? ? . 3:0,1pm Ixulilana. Ne* Orle n?, C, mwetl . 3:ot?t?m r indl.1 H imi ira Han Imi . N:??a m ,,t. l. ?. : i.. Nati nal . B:00 a m SHI l'Eisa SEW8. PORT OP MEW-TORK, Tl'i R8DAY, NOV. ARRIV ED. Steamer Mirali i?l (Dr), Date?, London N'.. - ? ? ml n- w v irk ?hipping ?' ?vit ?? ????1.?.? . ? arrived ? ihe Bar ..< ?.? ? m .-??... ,? : i: ,? ,??., i ? ? - i.n erp \ .. mher I ?, with iu?:-? tu H Mallland Krraey, An liai ..t II:.??? ? ? si, m. ? ? i-metalo (Rr). 1 ? ?.r IS ?nd M ? III? l'i. ? uh rod 158 -. '? ?roe? poaaens? r? to Hend? .? \ i t the Rar a! IL' 1 1 ., li Steamer Hekli (Pknl ? G penhoaen Novei ? . rilo 8 I ? - ? I P. vlo Hollfas. N S -,;. w itti mdae, It) aida ??, : '? fc ? trrlved at tht Kl .t m s?.-.in., r Lohn (Ori It - ? . - . ? s.? ithompt ? 21, ; sera lo Deifichi ? ? Al I U ir at 11 23 |. m. .-' mei La I'?? ' ? "ie (Fri Rupe, ili re November 21, ?uh m-Is??-. |??? . , ' nera to A Portel f ?sti s?? am r Jai ?trie. ? ? ?r S?. ? 23. ? . ? ? ? - 12 Su? ? 2* r ? ?? tilhraltai *> ? ... ? ? Kl II.? I ?l?ame, lleiham ? Uri. Il ? -? , ? ? ? -r '.'? I lo Vlllatl, ? ? ' . Arrived ?' ih? I Steamer ?, Roy ? . ......... . , ,? ?! ;. in r '? tnber I?, t? Micar to W A ? Armitona 2 :-? ,. . - ? Hteamer ,? ?? ? I ?.'??, ? s . ? : ? ? te breen BAH ? Bt? uni ?. ? - ' for 3 ? ? Irma ' (Ri I ?.... New-orleana. il vi (Uri. I ? Newi ? I ? v Imiral. f r ? Bltln r? ? ?. ? w fi.?! r 'lili: MOVEMENTS OP STEAMER*. ?? IR! ??? ? New-York M ber 17. ?? , .? from 1 Kew-l ?.' . from ! 1'? Via II,? ' . ? - Ne? V? rk ?. temi ? r 2* I tri m ? ?t? ?mi ? Nomadic ? i'?? ? ? ! .? ??. G? m ? ? '. ?--; ?*, for I , ?? :-.? ?lean f..r New York, |??aaed lie? >. . ?!? ? 2? ? \ ??? ? - t embe, is f . Hat :? . G :.t Korembi - 2? .-?? ime, Am? in 11 ? U llu ?lied from Rotter. ,1.1111 f ?: .'.'. ^ '. ? r. \ ? ? ml ?teamer V'eendam iDul h). Vi fi m New \ .rk ' er IT. an I red ,? I: Iti nl ?? r 2*. Hteamer Pora let iBr>, H I ? ? ! ? S rem? be, ? '? r Veni ?. el lllbraltar S St? in.? r A ' ? - ??. Him. j. ?all? I (ruin Mil for New-York November ?: Bteoa ? i.i?? 'i (Bri Marshall, ? ?? m ll'.riK ??.:,?? fot Vancouver Nov?ml>*i 2? "N'arkftta " Th? collar. Ann'iunr?m?nta i: A W. "Ol.'ii".' 'Ilie cuff. A LOXURY Foli TOURIST*. Dr. Lyon? Perfect Tooth Powder, in metal t? mo, wi?? patent m-a*.irine tul,?. Nut him portabt? IS rt?. Phillips' Dl?:? ?tii.le c,.* Mokes a ? ery delirious ? k. Il li ? ir? ticularly adapted fot pen ni ol weak III mon. Dinner Favore Photi graph? on Plaquea, Cup?, Vaaea, Fane, el are by a ne? pi ?; .?. ? fa vol ? \\ .? o ?, . ., ? ' ? . , ? ? anyth m I a ?rot? h fare to a ? , I. I 4lu U way ? i"?.. . ? , Ilenrv ? I ?aril? la, ? ?>., ???' WEST ????-?? Dl?e?ee. nf h? Nervoii? RyaUm. ??????lto.l'rlnary Oh sin?. ?G??>??<??? > ?ni Sterility Ruara ? to ? s t? a A Woman in a Jury=Box By John Kendrick Bangs One of the ludicrous outcomes of equal suffrage: a woman is ?railed for jury duty. She serves ; while in the jury box a domestic calamity occurs. 1 low she scorns the court, marches tome and shows her "emancipation" is told l>y Mr. lianas in the Christmas issue of The Ladies' Home Journal 10 CERTS ON ALL NEWS-STANDS OVE DOLLAR POR ONE YEAH Tbe Curtis Publishing: Company, Philadelphia 6th Ave., 20??) to 21st St. iress Goods? 5,000 Yards FANCY SUITINGS and WINTER SERGES, 52 indies wide, 55C' yard ; irortfa 1.10 and 1.1.1 yard. BLACK CREPONS, New Importations, 98e" 1.19,1.25,1.49, 1.65 and 1?98 yard. 3,000 REMNANTS At About Half Cost. SERVICE ? person who deals with clothiers simply because they adver? tise low prices is slower than a messenger hoy. ( hIht things count? quality, cut, style, service. ( )ur overcoats l<>r from twenty-five to fifty dollars are liked by good judges and stylish dressers. Besides you would pay more for them anywhere else. HACKETT, CARHART am. COMPANY. T.v ? s?-??????: Broadway ind Cnnal Street Bi id we* bel iw Chambers Street, Krjemer West 23d St. opposite liflh Avenue Motel. To-Daj and TcMorrow 20 Per Cent. Reduction from regalar pri?es on all our Misses' and Children's CLOAKS?" DRESSES. Parenti derlroui of obtaining the beai valu??? .,..1 latesl novelties In Children's Oarraent? should avail themselves "f tiiin opportunity. The toughest ulster is Krieasej warm as any, and beautiful?like a pug doif. Irish $35, American $18 and 925; [risii is hcitci', but American is good enough. Money hack if you want it. ito G eus, ?*??;??;t & co. TIM G?* )G???.??\ Ml? ?? l'U ? 1* ?< BT ?11??. ?82 I su ISCHS' tlANOs! !"'.MM,..| IM?> ?.t??? '(?< m? no? In BSS, 1>H<. 1 III?.' -.1 Au.ir.l WorUtt G.??G. CMeSS*-, NEW BCALK. m;\v and ARTISTIC DHIONS, IN ??.?? MAHOOANT Wiiil'H MAHtMANT, Celili .?r ?ilk. -?K in.?-. orr.?imi?nl?tlc?n?i. RURUCD <Ul CUtCAMIAN WALNUT <?\l< i.n.l ninny Mb?? tt.j.xls. hui BALI "N BASI TKJtMl IP DsMIstBIX io murr, also i:xt ????.?.??. FISCHER PIANO WAREROOMS, 110 I ?fth Avenue, Cor. 16th St. HEW TARIFF ill Amiti ?COK Tal Uf WITH ??? OU ARD HEW MUES MMD REPK1NTI?D BT ?G??-?? TT[RiD[g[lDK][E fldD (???????? ? (?B?iP??o ?HE ?I81MM. IMW-WSK. A ? West Fourteenth Street. Friday, as Usual, Bargain Day, TO-DAY, NOVEMBER 30, A Galaxy of Offerings, New and Varied. On S croa il Floor lavile?? ttsadsotss Plash Cipes slahoritsljf brasassi In Van DyfcS points Issi edge. ?!'s ??'??!? sltlltsrjr Plash <'ai*? sable trim 11 ?s piai nreep Donata Plash ?Thibet trim Mel Kxtra lone Military I'ltish rapes? richly trlm'il with ?able. 14 7."> New Full I'lri'iil.ir VstaW Caps?? stnb'd In ?Ilk and Jet - pul.l?? sml Thibet trim. IT?? ? ?Iris' Fin" I?ng i*hevl'?t 'Oats full stasvss- porsi raps ? to 12 yrs. 31)8 Olds' Fin?? ?/>?? Cloth Coate win? osps sad ptsM ?ilk lined hood. 8 0S Ml?*??' Fine Ib-efer .I.u kets? ?ilk velvet eothU ? to IN yrs. 0 08 On .tinin Floor 500 ??'.??? Lull"?,- Hlarrltz Oloves all I "l"rs and Mark -strictly per f.Tt sSias a? until now ?old at 89. a?? ?tosen Poster laving mosse ? hook-oil sha?!"? .??? M? k -valu" K?0 d(>z<-n fine I?r???? Kl?! Olores 4 large pearl button.??ail ?hades... Lsdles* Bngllsh i*i<|in? Otaras Tuns and Kngll?li Ke<l?i heavy ?tltehed. ?.-n? Kesry ?? ?skin Olores I'i'iue Hnd OUUSSIB OBS ani Iwo Wasp... ! On Main Floor ' M lach Procede Ponessi fsney ?hades m .?r???? snd "I'm tine Indies 4<i shades I'lilna Bllhs?all bright and fam-y shades Silk Itengallne? -leading dress ?hn?!??? ? Fsney '?'affila? and Changeable ???,????? Hia? !c Broesdss an.I M'.ire Stripe??value 1 ?JO ? Bisel? Lining?. Satin? 21 in.-li M lai h ??? ?Tool nafonale ?lie. narrow and nieilum wale leading colors?worth a <1<>11er. ?'hu?a Silk ftV arf? it ?Id enib'.l Enh'd both end? heavy frmn? silk T?bi? Covtrs BtJl ??(?Id and f! MS ?nib) h??\y frigga. siik Crepe Lassbrsaalas hoary fringe. lm?K'r?H Silk Lambrequin? ??II saab'S Other* hoary fold and floss omb'y I?..wn S ?fa PnrtllnSi ptalfl or rnffl?-?! Btseh si.k ?? Toses end fissatali Nei?? ?:, ir.? I'an<-y Illa? k lau?"??9 lo 14 In? h -nere 5?j t., ', l'an? ? Illa? k I.u. e ?????????? Pasey ?'.??,? Loess ? lachea w? i? ! ss . ?"ream S?d Whit* J.are? ?ere .'. ? Ostrteh Pssther PoMing Psss sii rotors rsln'.e.l ?laute Fan??ali fan? y ?ha?!"? Or.'at oftOrtaa "f Odd S.l'.er l'le.-e*? Tee an?! ?'.ifTee Pots, Smear Bowta, Bpoori H CrcsiB Pitchers, Brssd !t<>ot?. Tabi. ani PI kie Castors, Fern I?li?Ii?-? .?? A? quadruple plate?worth doubts. It K-is Bast F Mod Cups?hand engraved It>g?r?' Snndarl TV? S;->.ns new ?l??lg-ns Wear five years or wre? 'i do?. II. r?r?' Pinner snd I?e?ert Knives Warrant 12 !>>? ? ?? l?e?t steel - S d ?. Full 11*1 of ?peil u 11 le? for (lie ?luv .??? AH ne Ail? rrtlsril .t eher? SPECIAL MENTION. ?.il* i-r, lentie ?? I? iiilnilltril Into tlieae <??? ti in ?? a ore rei'iiniiiie ut!???! lo thi- rentier? of nu: Titilli RR ma thoroughly rt-iiuitir. ima ?,??.???,??? <??.? he ilnnr liv muli t- 11 li the ??? ?ertlarr? with pt-rfe??, auf??!). ASK YOUR DEALER FOR ?se* ?&S? ^ /spemce??ptic?lco. ii ?? otNiUNi ??? -o?a Alitile hlaher In prlre. BIT I Crouch & Fitzgerald Reliable Trunks and Bags. Kl! Uroliti v? il y, Till lltli-nvc. fl*H llninilnaT, >'. T. ?OOOOOOOOOOOOOo Build your Dress ? On a 6 Firm Foundation, ? GILBERT LININGS, X ??(iros tirain" and ? ?Silk Finish" X ari: or ? MDST. O T?.?-? branda and ,.r ? O r un?? .r -.'U.IK- * C ?iilbirt BattR. ?-'?.. <*> ? Ne? Volk ? ?OOOOOOOOOOOOOo (SatPCSDD?Sl?nO^ ToDOi TO?? IMO Q?i?m-MaMm TO aiWEDBTOSEOBS. CC?aOBIl?ILaTDiJDK1! ?F TOE KlETOWC?M ?(BTOIEOB. HSB??a Octolicr, 3 JO, 17, " 24, 3?. ?FF,2?$f copies ?FF,4??) ? ?FF??FF ? ?fF?$2(?? " Total for 5 weeks, (?,F??FF " Av'age per week, ?]?f?;$?(? " THIS t'lIliTI.A 11??.?; IS BMTIRRLt AMONG PARU KI'.S AND Vll.l^AUKKS. ANU COVERS THE EASTERN. MIUDLE AND V E.STEK.N STATES.. ADVERTISING RATES LOW. SOR ESTIRATU AD CHESS "TUB TRIUUNR," NEW-TORR. in Basement io?> pair ('..int i*RaBrll OartalM?, ? ird?r ? r detached furure effect?. 1??? '..lir So-i'rh Lao? ?'urtalns. A j.l.? longs?effe, ?tve designi. Hi) pair Irlt-h Point i'uitalf.i. full length?rich designs. MS pair Irish iv .nt ?"urtaln?. close cov'd bordor?dottle tinted effect. 100 pair? Handsome Wrought Taml>ours, I'lnwer tlust'T design?-strong edg?. FtaMt Egyptian Turn Curtains. Urocadt? Satin cross stripe* In all color?.... IM pnir Chniill?? Porlwres, Hrlght and I ?elicale Shad???rich dadoei? full fringed?lem than manufacturers' coit. .... |SJ ... LR ??? UI ... 4BJ -Ml -? I? - IR ?.??I? pairs Uirh Chenllli l'orner? s Pordar all around and d,"-p e.rner pnnll in shaded ligures?in w.*el or oak colors only. Had we rill color? price w.,uld be $8 00. Magnili.??!? Sinn'?? I i'henlll?! Portiere? Plush finish?contrasting mmut??? bordera and ni-iliii.i.r. dad >?w.rth |10 SO.? III Basmtent T? :i Tho??d lire??? Pi CU? ? Cambric Pan si ? l'r.-n.-ri Percale I'ark l?u?k Suitings Fan, >? Dnaa Ptaaaaas Kr? iii-li S.it, <ns I MSB < 'a rubrics rSryaaailaimMw ? rapai M mV ? Untai BUki ?: m cttara Illa, k l'a.?? SU .sia?-usually Id ?Hack Hair ?1 th lll-ln, tl staUtan Hair Cloth- btacst and gn> i latta Serges-l', yd?, wide French Etaatic t'anva? worth We IR ?R Novelty Flar.n?! Olngham ? Boot? h Sa / ill ImM Fren, h du ) worth 12'i ?* .rth 11 a ?th R w.rth 7 K. ning ?hid? R ? R IS ?A 1\ ?\ us ? ?I ? I R m In Basement ? ?i-i un;?? Reatara Weal Baa??!? pink, blue, g Id and red border? %n -, . ?...?, isti ? Bai \\ atta ? ?? ? Btaakata, all wool ar heavy arool lltod *aj lle?t Frer.. Ii latam ?"..rrfortat.I?s. fan? y lh??*?? ???G? stitched- .1 ?I? qu.illty IM Finest l?.,ut,|e Tint?,! Mltchelln? Quitta. nil the fancy si ?ds- full sises IE On Third Floor Oraln leather Musi?? Rolls?l?a'h?r lined.?.. M Writing "'a.?es stationery compartment!.. ......... 41 Combinati ? O llar and ?.'uff Boza?? lock??! cnipa'tni^nt (oc C ani C button?.,? M ???????' BjaUM Shopping Rag? >IHgalor Horno? nnd English Grain.lSttslR I'.? d Alligator Satche|?-|e.ither :m?d leather '?'? 1 frani??large sii?. .. .......... IR Real Alitami r -Vienna trim?value 5 ?? IM Mita?lor Cabla Hags?hand ?ewed?best rr.ak? IR ?'.rain leather Gladstone? tihti fru?? IH Dnaa suit Qaaea >..,r..i sewed?st,??.?! frani*? I.men lined-Kr.gli.h Spring lock..-.IB? Ite <il?t:t I iieil nt rnlninee to our itor??. ?Ill kIv?? ?very ?????!p??1 Information. BEST * CO Boys' Clothing. How To Know It Is AU Wool. Tin??? Is a great difference between H?>ys* Cloth? Ing thai ?s ?? 11 wool, and itiat ?fhtcb is not* After long amt hard wear, the all ?reel bold? Its color ami its food app?*araniv, while that which lias eottoa arded lu soon looks fad? mu? shabby. ltui t.? begin with, all ?tool and part cotton clothe arc made to looh *<> much ritte am <>vi-n ih?? expert cannot tell then apart ?'xept l.y ?luiiiiiiil tent. How then nra you to know which ron are gettbegl This is .???? way: We s?-il Boys' Ctothing with a positivo guarantee that it is absolut?*!??an wool like all other food? ??? hepe. if It m* pot provo satlsf.u-ti.ry. you can bring It haok, and -.'?? >''???? money. Ami our Suits from IS t?? En &WW that our price* compare favorably with tin* mum tabrtca s.? often sohl for all wool omsm there is the advantage <>f correct ntjrle ano ??t* 60-62 West 23d St , DVBRTianiBim and srfts?iurTio.\s G? ? ????: NEW-YOHK ??????'?? WILL?, JPJSL I'KIVEl) AT TUP t'PTOWN OKKICB. ?? \nSSSk ?ay. !td door sorth of Thlrty-Urst-st.; ?Mid^Ay'-g TISI?: MI?'NTS Bl the foil ??ng II? an. h ? ?f^T Blghth-av??.. ?. e. corner Twent) thuJ -; . ?;?- ""2*?|M I5T Pourtl sre., cor. Pourtmlh?st.; 8M Third*e***?_-5 ,1 . v.'. ?? r li seventh ?I . ) ??? rhttd ?>????,?,?? il liti -drei ?t.: t TOi rit?) ??.??.! ?'?'? Wi " ? - SWi : ,,,?,, >, :.?: Avenu, a. I.S2J ?t*^v*jra ...,.., ? . ?7 Waal Porti *??' nd ?t.: " ""^ ? u?, Third are 2.0BI Third ??- betereee One-nunoiw ?n l-f*elrth an?l ' in? ? indred ?nd thirl era ? 'f\ ,tf?..f ?.? ?. IIARI.RM orner? ?-? '"?,^>"~?| iwent) ? r?'- ?< ' ? West . m ? hundr. ? .ir? < ?"" "?Ti ,? . and ??"' ? ?t O .?? ' .? lredat: 1 rorti Uro ? ? up p. m. al regular ifM.-e rute?. n . ?eoj In Brooklyn, al ? <'??? ? : I?* BiMdfrsr. ???? *** Bedford-are., up ta s p. m., at regular otntt r??1? Black Persian Best German (Saxony) Dye Eaton Jackets ? ? ? ' fi Coats and Jackets . . ? jjjjj Mantles.? XJJ Capes. , Collars. !j Collarettes. L Boas. 7 Muffs. And upwards. C.G.Gunther'sSons, ?? h it ? tens. 184 Fifth Avenue, New Yo* esto a. D. wao.