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WEBER
PIANOS
AH tKa.t Art has conceived or
skill devised in the production of
a. pia.r\o. is shown in the WEBER.
Among all the instruments of the re
nowned makers, here and abroad, I to
day prefer the U'EBKR because, of its
sympathetic tone quality."
— EMMA I 'AfuVK.
WAREROOMS
l-'lfth" Ay*., cor. lUth Mreet. ><■» York.
«O5 Knlton Street. Brooklyn.
STRIKE TJKELY TO FAIL.
KWTTCHMEN LACK LABOR SUPPORT
AND RAILROADS AUK FIRM IN RE
SISTING DEMANDS.
Pitt>burp, Nov. lU— J udging from th«» apparent
conditions, the switchmen's strike, which was be
&in this morning, has proved a. flat failure. The
strike m ordered by the Switchmen's Union of
North America, arid the statement was made early
in the day by the union officials that every railroad
In th- city, with the exception of the Pittsburg.
Fort Wayne, and Chicago, and the Chicago, Cincin
nati. Chicago and St. Louis would be tied up com
pletely. The developments of the day, however.
demonstrate that only one road, the Allephany
"ViiiUy. apas seriously affected. The company offi
cials, while admitting that freight traffic has been
practically suspended, pay that within twenty-four
tours they will have, all the men they need and
■work will be resumed as usual.
The other roads affected were the Baltimore and
'Ohio, twelve men out: Plttsburg Junction (a braccli
•of the. Baltimore and Ohio), fifteen men out: th"
I'lttsburg and Lake Erie, four men out; the Penn
sylvania, fifteen men cut. One hundred and fifty
•■would be a higrh estimate of the number of men
■who struck. None of these reads suffered much
inconvenience, because new men were readily se
cured to take the places of the strikers, and some
•wif the men. upon discovering that the strike order
"Ji.id not =been penerally obeyed, returned to their
places.
A meeting of the union was held this afternoon.
«nd the claim was made that the strike was a suc
<-«>ss as far as it had pone, and that within forty-
HCht hours the members of the union, about seven
hundred, would be out.
In their demands the switchmen asked for the
icnforcement of the standard .scale of wages. This
Vails Ear -7 cents an ' hour for day foremen and
-conductors, the nicnt men to receive two cents
•more an hour, their work betae more difficult and
-dangerous. Under the new schedule the day help
ers and brakeme:i are rated at 15 cents an hour
*nd the night men at 17 cents.
It Is said that the BfoasnsabeXa connecting Hne
|a*Cße« the Beak to-day, bat the officials of th"
other roads say they are more determined than ;
*ver not to sic,:. «T. G. L- <£** vice-prand mas- ,
ter of the Brotherhood of Trainmen, is In the city. ;
j-nd says that th.- members of his organization will ,
•<irjnr»«e"the present movemt-nt. ;
S-nould the condition of the Allegheny Valley as
It /x-/ x -- to-day be continued longer than two i
daw more, the mills and factories along the Alle
sjheny River d.-pendent on it tor raw material will
"f." compelled to close down. The City Mills of the
Caniegfe Company can stand the pressure for this
lonrth i of time, but It extended beyond that the
mal -'Cf says operations will have to suspend.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY-
MOUNT VERNON.
The «s«f«ctive and void ballots In the recent
M<-unt Wrnon" ♦•.lection will be counted to-nipht in
the Common Council Chamber. The recount was
obtained through an order «* Justice Maddox.
granted on th* affidavits of member? of the. Re
publican City Committee, who allege fraud and ir
r<Kuiarities in th* mayoralty canvass, in which the
Republican candidate. Dr. Edward F. Brush, was
defeated bg; twenty votes. Another application, it
hi said, is to follov., for a. writ of mandamus to
have the «ntlr» w»t« cast at the recent municipal
<l*-ction in Mount V. rnon recan\"as.~ed.
• Jround has be^n broken In Mount \ ernon for a
T . «- CO.OOO postofßce. to bo situated in Prospect
ave. adjoining the Mount Vernon City Club. The
, n^w building will be owned by C. A. Tier, who
I will !•--.;- It to the government. it will he coni
r T'leted t^oon after the Brst of the year, when tho
ofnee. whii.h is now in First-st., in the heart •:
the city, will be moved into It.
EOUE KEWS.
rf:"MINKVT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
ALEEMARI/E- Rear Admiral Upshur. D. S. X.
EARLINGTON— Ex-Presidt-nt William Bliss of the
Boston ar.d Albany Railway Company, of Boston.
FIFTH AVENTE— Tolonol U Victor Bonghmaw, of
JialtLmore. CRAXD-Ex-^iate Tr. ;i-ur-r 1.. J.
Kitzc. r.;li. of <"ortland; Captain H. K. Davis, of
J/ondon; Captain W. H. Hay. V. B. A., and Major
■ B. Turner. U. S. A HOFFMAK— fittrte Printer
l.yon, of Albany. HOLLAND— Hiram W. SibUy.
of Rochester, and Senator James McMillan, of
aiichißan. IMPERIAL— Judfje J. P. Davic-s. of
T>ayton. Ohio. MANHATTAN — »"x -Governor
Charles Warren Lippiti r>f Rhode Inland. Grange
Sard, of Albany; Professor Arnold Hague, of
Washington, and Robert C. Pruyji. of Albany.
MI'RRAT HILL-Burd^t Uoomte. of Hartford,
.... Robert r..- of Syracuse. NTT IF.RT.ANI>
"Elihu Root. r«tar>- of War PLAZA— CoIonPI
XT C Brown, of Cleveland. VICTORIA— Judpe .1.
T. ItarcaamL of Washington. WALDORF—Syd
nev RoWn«m. •■• l^ondon.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY
jj ort . tale, Madison Squ«r» Garden.
Ffeeeal ej Cto»rt*">»*< n Mo - CsJvmiy Ctam* 10 • m.
Eynod of the ArrMi'-*?'- of New r Tork. Et. Patrlcfc-a
Cathedral. 1« ». »
■H»e!th BoarJ, 11 a- rr>. i
"Board of PabM ;-•».-• aften < I
K-iT«rul-m»r.t of th« Ptepubliran Club. XXVth Anstmb'ir
District. No. 16 v.> • Tv.-cty-reverth-s'.. v p. m
n^ rr , y r,o-.anira! Cluh nie»Tlnp, No. ii:. West Sixty
riphth-ft.. 8 :■ re.
Tior.rH "t Education. 8 .. m.
Vxhibition rill and rece»**oii Coeapatu C. 12th Regi
ment, r^xty-seccni-M. out CohMnbMs-av«> 8 p. m.
JVcple's lns-tiiute. lecture by Marshall Dttrrach. on "T!."
Cosßed}- of Brrors."' Cooper I"nlon: Harlem bran.-!-.
• ■ red and twenty BTtl r* and Lpxlnston ay. ,
John Mirtin. on -•P;^^i^.■• 8 p. lU
<~or>7i?r Inrtitute. lecture by D. <"ady Eaton, on "Art
... of German History, with Special Reference
to th« HohenzolJern Kaniily." tvoning.
NEW-YORK CITY.
The annual ami ball of the Society
■*?"rith Shoiom, In ■■'<'■ of th«» charity fund, will be
held In Terrace Garden on Thanksjdvins night.
The charily is a romtnfndal>!<- one. and dot.- for the
poor what many more pretentious organizations of
equal merit accomplish. The entertainment will
consist of v.iud.-.illc attractions, and the ballroom
•will b« d<»corat«?d in a. fantasy of colors.
The seventy-fifth anniversary of the formation
of Company H. 7th Regiment. X. G. X. Y. will be
»-pmm«-morate<J by the veterans of the corps on
December 1". when a. dinner will be given at the
Si. Denis Hotel. Captain \V. A. Hoe will preside.
Company C. :-': -' Regiment. Captain Stebbins. will
hold an exhibition drill and reception at th.- regi
mental armor?- t<i-ni?ht. Captain Korham's polo
team on bicycles will make Its fin-i appearance
since it? European tour five years ago.
A solemn t.ieh requiem mass will be celebrated
;it ihe Roman Catholic Church of the Star of th.-
Sea. Xo. 7 State-st.. at ?-<<• a. m on Thanksgiving
Uay. for the dead mt-mbers of Star of the S. »
Council No. 337, Knights of Columbus. The Rev.
ilicha"! Henry, pastor of the church, will be the
celebrant, and Fathers Brosnnn and Brogan will
assist him. — -
GRIEVES OVER HER MOTHERS SUICIDE.
a BRIDE TAKES poison IN THE HOPE OK row
LOWING liEB TO TUB GRAVE.
Mr*. J. S. Collins, a hrMe ,of three months,
p»aik-»e<i carbolic acid at her houso. No. 204 South
Orance-ave., Newark, yesterday. She is expected
to recover The act was prompted by griff at the
death on Monday night of Mrs. Annie Schaaf, her
mother who committed suicide by taking carbolic
*eld. Mrs. Collins was greatly shocked, and was
Inconsolable. -:- ■-,-,' ■--.-
Yesterday her husband, who is a. private teacher,
iaw that her mind was affected. About noon hr
heard raoane in his wife's bedroom, and. entering
11 found ;jib wife- lying on the floor and beside her
a. carbolic acid bottle.
B^ pUNrt fbsE pmNTTUBE
j BLESSINGS TO BE THANKFUL FOR:
This Thanksgiving season has once more set
j us a-thinking of what a host of btessrnga one
| has to be thankful for.
Right here are many:
THE RUGGERY
— gorjreous with a multitude of Oriental tex
tiles: ri*h in color. A special lot of Afghan Car
pets-tine, silky piecea-sU $35.00. reduced from
.<•■,:,>*> ... $90.00. fßansing from 9xb to llx» Tl
THE CORNERS
—rest places, where luxurious ideas in couch
and drapery arrangements are rife.
THE DECORATIVE STUDIO
—where all questions in decoration find answers.
and special .schemes are thought out
OUR FINE FURNITURE
-designs and models collected from all over the
world, and materialized in woods, from the
glorious forests of our own country, which are
well seasoned 10 stand our b< at«d houses.
AND FACTORY PRICES. as you
"BUY OfTHE MAKER*
Geo. C. Flint Go.
4J. 46 a*» 47 V*gST B3?ST..
NEAR BRCMCNrtAV.
FACTORY 154-yvNO 156 west 19?ST*«T
MOREDEA THSFROMLOCKJA W
THREE CHILDREN EXPIRE FROM THE
DISEASE AFTER VACCINATION.
Camden. ST. .1.. Nov. 36 (Special).— Three more
deaths from lockjaw following vaccination, just
v.h.-n the Board of Health and the local physi
cians believed all the danger was over, has
i fresh consternation. All three of the
deaths are of children and cases not heretofore
reported^ Ada Jlt-ath. thirteen years old, died
last night in frightful convulsions from lockjaw,
said to have come from vaccination, at her home,
No 218 Arch-st. For hours before the end
came the child was in great distress, and toward
the last, every thirty Beconds. her j»>'t little
fran). was shaken terribly by her agony.
The parents of tin child -nc poor, and three
weeks ago they took her to a druggist to be vac
.-mated. His charge was only IT. cents. After
the operation the child tied a ras over her arm.
and although she complained of pain nothing
seemed greatly amiss until Sunday night, when
ebx became violently ill. and her jaws locked.
On Monday, her condition becoming worst, her
father grew alarmed, and called in Dr. Dowling
Benjamin. A glance showed him that the child
was' hi a bad way. Be sent to Philadelphia at
mcc for antitoxin, and tour bottles of it were
u.-ed in an attempt to save the child's life.
Her condition did not improve, and Dr. W. A.
Davis and Dr. Fretz. of the Cooper Hospital,
were called in consultation. The antitoxin treat
ment was continued, and yesterday the child
showed signs Of improvement. Last night
however, the convulsions came on again, and
occurred .very thirty seconds, until death
. nded her sufferings.
Georgeaana Overby, a nine-year-old colored
child was stricken with a mild form of tetanus
last \\eek. This is the first case resulting from
vaccination at th" Free Dispensary. The child
showed no ill effects until Monday, when she
complained of an a. hiiiK Jaw. Dr. vicker was
Orally called In. and placed the child under
tetanus "treatment. Fh<- seemed t'» i" Improv
ing,, even at 11 o'clock this morning, but at
noon .-he. too, died in agony.
Fl'-ra Johnson, colored, four years n ;d. <.r
Jcrdantown. died suddenly >jii Sunday nighi
while apparently suffering from tetanus, follow
ing vaccination. r>r. Armstrong, of Merchant
vill*- was attending the. child, and her death was
a surprise t.- him. Dr. Armstrong said he was
called in to see th" child on Friday. Ii had been
vaccinated twenty-four days before, and had
every symptom of lockjaw. The usual remedies
were applied, jnd the .-hild s^< mM to get better,
but on Sunday niitht. after a si>asm. she expired
suddenly.
THE DOG rot \7> A PESTHOUBE.
FOR LACK OF OTHER ACCOMMODATONS.
HOBOKEN AUTHORITIES DECIDE ON A
NOVEL, SMALLPOX HOSPITAL
The discovery 0- " smallpox in a tenement
house at No. 1.~1 Fourteenth-st., Hoboken, yes
terday, caused the Board of Health to set aside
a. portion of the dot; pound, at Madison and
Twelfth sts.. as an emergency hospital for the
disease.
There was considerable trouble last year in
Hw:.uk«=n in providing for smallpox patients,
ov.in? to thr> inadequate accommodations pro
vided at the county hospital for contaefon, at
Bnake Hill.
Dr. E. T. Steidman. a member of the board,
predicted thai th re would be much smallpox in
Hoboken this winter, as well as throughout th
country- The tax commissioners reiused last
string in making up the annual budget of the
city to grant the appropriation of $2,000 to build
a suitable emergency hospital. The suggestion
of using the O'-r pound was at first taken with
little seriousness on account of the criticism it
mirht brine upon the board.
"It is a well built and comfortable place." said
Dr. Steadman. "and I move that » part of it
(specifying a certain frame portion of the pound)
be cleaned and held in readiness in case we
have trouble this year In being accommodated
»i th«» county institution.''
Th* 1 motion was adopted unanimously, and to
day the win? of the building designated will be
flea red and fitted up with gas stoves.
TO rACCINATB 25,000 EMPLOYES.
BOSTON AND MAINE RAILROAD ISSUES
GENERAL ORDERS TO ITS MEN.
Boston. Nov. 56. General Manager T. A. Mc-
Klnnoii. of :n. Boston and Maim- Railroad, has
issued an order that all employes of the system.
numbering twenty-five thousand, must be vac
cinated as soon as convenient. The company has
secured th services of two surgeons and given
tht-in an office at th'- I'nion Station. Boston,
where all employes will be vaccinated tree of
. barge.
.MANY (ASKS OF SMALLPOX IN BOSTON.
NINETEEN KOBE REPORTED TO HEALTH
BOARD-ONE DEATH.
Boston. Nov. :.'«!.— The Board of Health bul
letin to-day showed nineteen new cases of small
pox. One rit-ath was reported to-day. The vic
tim was taken to the Newton Hospital on No
vember 1. To-day's patients include nine nifn,
seven women and three children. About eiuht
thousand persons have been vaccinated at sta
tions maintained by the Board of Health.
Maiden. Mass., Nov. !'»>. — Notices have been
posted in the Fells Rubber Shop. Maiden, wh«'r*>
two thousand persons ai>- employed, that they
must all submit to vaccination at o&ce.
SCARED OVER SMALLPOX.
Montclain Nov. X.— Or. Henry C Harris, presi
dent of the Glen Ridge Board of Health, and Mar
shall O. Leighton, inspector of th.- Montdair Board
of Health, are at odds over the non-quarantining
of the whole house in Glen Riage where a case of
smallpox exists.
It leaked out to-day that smallpox had existed In
the household of John Hampson. where the present
case i«. lor the last thrt« weeks, and that imp
ton himself was th» rirst attacked. In the mean
time, the children in the bouse were allowed to
attend the borough school, and this fact has canned
much alarm. The borough school is now closed and
all the children vaecinaUii. as v.,-11 us the older in
habitant?. Hampson has recovered, but it is feared
Mrs. Hampson. who is ill. may not recover.
Dr. Gertrude L. Ward, of BloomriHd. who la tak
ing «-are of the present case, ins again caused ;is
tf>nJshm«»nt by h*-r plucli In earing for the patients.
PREPARATIONS AT JERSEY CITY.
Dr. John P. McGill. president of the Jersey City
Health Board, who believes that smallpox is likely
; to become epidemic, and who recently ordered every
llloKK DAILY TRiiH; i^nNEePAT. X6 ■ BMBEB »■ »«■
A last word.
Are \*oii ready ?
Evening dress clothes.
Afternoon clothes.
Morning clothes.
Xight clothes.
Good clothes.
Shoes, hats and furnishings to
go with each.
Man or boy.
Closed to-morrow— all day.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
?:.> Broadway cor. Warren,
V. .- titl oi"l<-r»
and ;.4 West 33d St.
one who had not been vaccinated within a year to
be revacclnated at once, yesterday said that he
would probably call a conference of local Physicians
with a view of obtaining the establishment of a
sm-illnox hosnital In some Isolated building near
the h!u4 niack River. He considers this necessary,
because the Contagious Disease Hospital, at Snake
Hill, is too far away for convenience.
SPORTSMEN'S SHOW READY
REPRODUCTION OF "HIAWATHA" GIVEN
AT PRIVATE VIEW TO CITY
OFFICIALS.
[BY :ri.,.'.KAl-li TO Till: TRIBI Ni:.!
Philadelphia, Nov. 26—The Sportsmen's Show,
under (he auspices of the International forest.
Fish and Game Association, was opened to-night to
the private view ot newspaper men and Invited
guests in the Export Exposition Building. To-nigh(
workmen are giving finishing touches to the
scenery. The interior of the main building has
been transformed oy the scenic painter and car
penter into a hall entirely different from thai in
which the Republican Convention was held, Ihe
entire south end has been made into a forest
scene in which mountain, lake, falls and valley
blend Into a picture of the land of Miaw.itl... \.
most directly over the site ot th.- chair in which
<\.lonel Roosevelt sat when he was nominated for
the Vice-Presidency has been built a. great e l l 5 1
rom which the trained elk dived to-rdght into tIK;
depths of the lake, which now is where ono « m
th- floor of the auditorium. „,,,„.,„,,,.,
The staring of the Indian play of Hlawatna
is'onelonthe mo ■ ambitious ever attempt n
this country-. " represents the land of th. Ojiu
ways, and shows the sand dunes "f^« Superior,
th* Pauwating River, the Falls of Minnehah and
the realm of Mudjekeewis. On the stage full
blooded Indians, descendants of those to whom
Longfellow gave immortality, produced the drama
"V -": -- >;.•■> exhibit is complete. In skilfully ar
ranged basins made to look Ilk.- natural Jakes and
brooks are shown Huh under condition* that coun
terfeit those In which they actually live
In the south pavilion are arranged exhibits ol
live game. The conditions represent as nearly as
possible th«> natural conditions "f the' forest. v in
the < splanade lawn in front of th€ main building
are pitched the tepees of th. Indians
The formal exercises to-night. In addition lo thi
regular performance, which the public will see
later, was a reception and banquet '■■ the Mayor
and city officials, and a concert by the Royal
Marine Band.
THE FIRE RECORD YESTERDAY.
• ■»■ a. in.— 2.3«WThlrd-av«. : Martin Kert>>«\ '""
1:40 a. rn.--Nf. 106 oreen» Ft.: Glrnfold .t 'Jl't'-:. $30.
2:3i»ii. m.— Ni\ :' Coentles i^llp: Qulnn A- Kon: *~-.
7:10 a.m. —-. •. s" NassaiiM.; IJernbaum Mr' M»nu
factoring Comp»ny. W
7:40 m. m.-No. ■-■■ Fiirt Thirty-Seventh -ft.; own»r vii
kno»T.; no -•.-..■ :■■
3:45 p. m.— N- 105 Stantnn »1 . A. Smith: n<> rtamapr
4::»t a. in.— No. •'•! •;•■■-.'■' ; Riit-f*ll & U^.l. 110
r. 4. r , a. m. Ho. 348 Flfth-at.; owner unknown; flight.
7-j:. • m.— Morris Park-live, and I.—i Swamp Ro»*:
Henry Prophet; damage slight.
h-ir.r-. ii.. —N« 233 West Fortj Lhll • . Mia. Delia
Furllnc *■;■"•
.•.nnoun'-'mrut*.
A New Collar.
E. & W. "LUBKCK," "LUBECK." K. iW.
MA RINK INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
.- ... .• | M ":ftll?iiriTOt 4:3.'.!M00n rise* p m 6^"|Moon*B .is' 1 16
HIOH WATEPJ
A v — Satidy Hook S:i<i) Cr.v. Island «; 41 H- i Hat< 10^0
P.M.- -traii.]y Hook" B:40 •;•-.. Island :• 12 H. I '■ it. 11:01
INCOMING STEAMERS.
DAT.
Vr.^fi From. L.in»
Mlramar Gt Michael?. November 8. Tramp
i. Varstji-rnen Manchester. November 8
Monominee • I>.nrion. November 14. .At Transport
i'ftrda'ncs Gibraltar, November 10
« : »vic .? .. Liverpool. November 13 .Whit. St«r
„.'..,.„ ' .Colon. November I. Panama
Ct-i if stir .....Liverpool, November 20. -White Star
Bremen '.'.'.'■'.' Bremen. November 16 ...N <i Uoyd
Prinz Wllbelm II Port-au-Prince. November 21.-——
Concho . . . .Galveston, November 30 Clyde
Tallahit!-*'-' Savannah. November 24 Clyde
Alcnniuln Jacksonville, November 23 « lyl»-
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28.
Brooklyn City Savanna! November 14. .Bristol City
Bl Valle.T.". New-Orleans, November 23 . . .Morgan
FRIDAT. NOVEMBER »
PaiaTia Hamburg. November IV Hamb-Am
r>«.nver' ......... Galveston, November 23 . . -Mallorv
(ii TGOIKG BTEA HERB
Vessel For f>ine. Mails close VqsseJ sailß.
Germanir Liverpool, White Star 830 am 12:<Vim
Haverford. Southampton, Red Star .".lo:oo a m 12:00 m
Buen'is Ayr^..n. Glasgow. Allan-State. - -
Esperanza, Havana, NY & Cuba 12:00 m 3:iK>pm
Caribbee, si Thomas, Quebec 12:30 pm 8:00 p m
Sabine, Galveston, Mallory 3:00 pm
Hamilton, Norfolk. Old Dominion - 3:oopm
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28.
La Champagne, Havre. French 7:00 a m Ui:(ti>am
Konlclti Luis* 1 . Bremen, N<; L10yd.".".. It no : ,i
VA Hud. New Orleans, Morgan -- • :i:0o p m
Jefferson, Norfolk, Old Dominion - 3:oopm
North Star, Portland, Maine s:iK)pn>
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER ».
Albano. Santos. .Sl'.mun 1 .."0 in 3:oopm
• •ul<rtdo. Brunswick. MaJlon — «:00 p m
Conumche. Charleston. Clyde - :::i«i p m
i,----!..«n. Norfolk, Old Dominion - .•'..,..,..>,
Itatanras, Mexico, X V a Cubs . 12:00 m :!:<»• pin
SHIPPING NEWS.
PORT OP NEW V'ltK. TUBSDAT. NOV. 'J'l. KM'l
A i:i:ivki>.
Steamer Astoria ii.i. Wilson. Glasgow November 11
and Moville 15. with mdse. -""i cabin mid I'M Bteerage
pa>senK'Ts to Henderson Bros. Arrived at the Bai at
11:>C. i> m. 2.Mh.
Steamer Bremen <<;-<r>. NMerloh. Bremen November 1«
and Cherbourg 17. with md» and passengers to Oelrl
& Co
Steamer Kronprini Wilhelm i';-ri, Btermer, Bremen
November 11* and Southampton and Cherbourg 20, with
mds»-. run cabin -in.i ":::: steerage pasaengen to Oelrlchs
& •■•• Arrived at the Uar at 1 .<»; i> m.
Steamer Colorado, from Brunswick.
Stnamer Zetland rßr). Roberta, Antwerp November If.
and Southampton 17. with mdse, 106 cabin and 1,078
Ktfi-raK<» passengers to the International Navigation Com
!>any. Arrived «• th. r..»i at. ;>'a m.
Steamer V erdand< iNor), l'ftdirson. Havre November S.
with niilw to the 1 ompagnie Central Transatlantlque. Ar
rived at the Bar nt 5 h m
Steamer OHnda (Cuban, license). Hansen. Cardenas No
vember 9. Port Padr< 13, Qlbara It. Baracoa 16, Nuevltaa
1" and llat&nza* -1. with in>ls«t and ],*> pasaengere t.i \V i>
Munson. Arrived at the Bar at 11:30 a in.
Steamer Philadelphia. Font, Porto Othello November 1."
Caracas 17. Li Guayra IS and San Juan 2U, -.vifh mdM
«nd jr. passengers to BouKon, miss & i>:ii T it. Arrived li
the Har at 3 :■'<■> .1 in.
Steamer Mexico, Stevens, Havana November 23, with
mdse and 60 cabin passengers m James E Warri A.- Co
Arrived .it the Har at 2:15 |> m.
Steamer Fra»«-itl <Br). Wlllp. Black River November 1«
Uontago Bay. i=t Ann's Hay and Orocabeasa 111 and Port
Maria '!<<. with intise. to .i X K>rr & Co. Arrived at ii,>
Bar at 9:40 p m. 25th.
steamer El Norte. Gardner. New Orleans November ■»•
with m.Jse to J T Van Sickle.
Steamer l>-.-.l Antrim <Br). Welsh. Savannah. November
22, In ballast to Flint. '0-I. iy ACo and American Tradlns;
Company.
Steamer Alg.jn-ju.n. Chicliesf-r. Ah.. l;-.n.i ill.. November
22 and ("harleston 2). with mdse aint paft^nßers to Will
iam P. <^ydf « «...
Steamer Hamilton. Boaz. Newport News and Norfolk
with mdse and pa?s«-nt;er< to the Old Dominion Steam"
■1 ir- Cpmpanr,
Rteamer George W Clyde, Btaslea, Georgetown a r
November I*l and Wilmington. N C, S3, with mdsi and 1
pswieasris to William P Clyde a.- Co.
Sandy HooJ:, N J. Nov 20, y:3l> p m— Wind northwest,
ttrong breeze; clear.
O'Neill's
SALE OH
Thanksgiving Groceries!
Ail high grade Goods and all at cheaper
prices than you would have to pay for the
same quality elsewhere.
Nuts, Raisins, Figs, Dates, etc.
Brazils. Filberts and Pecans, lb jsjj
New Mixed Nuts, 1b.... „-
paper Shell Almonds, 11. -*
ifaK^Sr^auWers::::::::::.^
Mafaga Raisins, 3% & Clusters... !;;»•>
Table r Raisins. 1 and 2 Ib. Cartons, ib %£
Selected Turkish Figs, 2-lb box : JJ»c
Dates, stuffed with nuts, Ib >«» c
Plum Pudding— Key Attachment.
R. &- k.. 1 lb:h.a:sc -' Ib 4 1c
I', ib.;.!«3« I Ib 7Sc
Mince Meat and Pie Crust.
Condensed Mince Meat, pkge ••••♦?
Condensed Mince Meat, dozen :i.v-*: i.v-*
Mince Meat, finest quality, '.', and •"• Ib. Jars.
■ 17," and i .»c
Pie Cms. lOc
Vegetables.
Fancy Maine Corn, can. lOo: doz., '/.'.'/j
oa.st* j •*
Fancy.' Jersey Tomatoes, can. lie: doz.. I.•,—•»•1 .•,—•»•
case '%"•>— .
Early June ■' Peas, can, lie: doz., 1 .-,-'|»;
case 7~-
Spinach, can. 1 ."»c: doz J 'i' 1
Choice Beets, qts., Hie; doz A
O'Neill's Crushed Oats. 2-lb. pkge '2°
Corn Starch, H. O*N., 1 Ib •-»•
Hominy, Pearl, 5-lb. !>as \'* c
Yellow or White Meal, 5-lb. pkge l.*»c
Buckwheat, 1 locker's. •". & <> Ib. pkgs.,
I <.<■ and .*— c
Vermont Maple Syrup, pint bottles iiOc
Full quart bottles ' s - c
Half gallon cans JjV c
Rock Candy Syrup, pint bottle -•»«
Strained Honey, quart glass Jars, with handle.
<>Oc
New Frail Butter.
Apple. Peach, Plum and Quince, Hi l^".,..
pound crocks :{::c
Coffee and Tea.
Best Java and Mocha Coffee, Ib -•""•«
Janioka Blend Coffee, lb -«' c
XI Lunch Coffee, 1-lb. bags 1 <>c
Three-pound bags -*•»«
Sample Tea :{Oc
Formos* Oolong, English Breakfast, and
Mixed Tea. worth ••<>.. ]i, :*."ic
Three pounds for 1 .OO
Choice In. liv Ceylon, lb *°5
Three pounds for 1.15
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st St.
US' BRUHLIS
Celehr:*ted Cough Drops
Positively r li. ■ ■■ coughs am.; rolda In the chest
and lungs Splendid for children taate -■""«■
uiul give reli< • at on« c. For sal everywberfc
nnnnrnmn JU<- vaidi:vii,i.k a comkdy.
PRnRT IK A 15 - ~ Z " BOc « >O HIGHER.
rnUUIUII 0 I,AH.IIIIK th<- stela l>ntnrr.
QQJ Q* >"rt MGHi OFF.* 9 gXSSiSS:
LUll OL. I John \V. Banson. 4 Probynt Otbe«
c*h Au -" %IME.' BUTTERFLY" ffi I ?*^
ult! Hi./-, <-o!!t. V;iud. Florenr Troupe, others.
•.«•*•■■ utiinrilll I r AH St« Arts. Inolmiinc
CQTH vVAUDEVILLt. Sketch. "Carleton Hal!.
00 ST i sunton A Modena Bros. D inn. Other.
THANKSGIVING ?^vn: f .uv_
(Dattbaltan A '^r>t.
Evenlnpn a' S:2O. M-it^ To-morrow and^sot. at -■'•• -
•'% , I'lny In Gratify «»»♦* Emotion*. — Kve. !»••«.
yWR.S PISICEL
i,, MRS. nrilTON HABtRISOS'S tray
THE UMWaCfIME MRS. HATCH.
1 " .-.vi-u \ MVmm i nn\K»i.ni\(..
TC\ DAY
SAILED.
<_-. ri K--.n=a« Clt\ for Savannah- M^nna Hata.
n mm. r~i" U%» Uv-rpool. Um.bar.lla (ltal). Genoa.
Baltimore r^ti.l,r». Gnnada ißr>. Trinidad; Princes*
Anne. A NorfoTk and <■•«■,. New«; HM *™ " "-—
k.iitir Prince (Br), Santos.
THE MOVEMENTS OK STEAMSHIPS.
FOREIGN POUTS.
Klnsale, Nov ->'• Passed, steamer Canadian rßr), Hill,
New-York for Liverpool.
1 Iz-ir'l Nov 'M. x v m— Passed, steamer Amsterdam
' (Dutch), Roggeveen, New- York for Boulogne Mir
and Rotterdam .
But) of Lewis. Nov 2S Passed, steamer Xenia (Dan),
Kruse. New-York for Copenhagen, etc.
Si-llly Nov X'< Passed steamer* Phoenicia <Ger), Froefa
llch. New-York for Hamburg; Marquette (Br), Gates,
New York tor London.
Brow Head, Not 2tt— Passed, steamer ("auric (Hr). Atkins,
New-York for rjverpool.
I»ndon Nov Sailed. steamer Tuscarora (Hr). Payne,
New- York.
Plymouth, Not 26, 11:13 ,i in — Sailed", steamer Pennsyl
vania *'•■■■ > Spliedt (from Hamburg), New-York.
Hull Nov 26— -Arrived, steamer Ontario (Br), Ward.
New-York.
i;r« men. Nov 28 Arrived, steamer Cassel (Ger), Peter
man, New -York.
Bremen, Nov -'• Arrived, steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der
(irosse (Ger), Hogemann, New-York via Plymouth
and i 'herbo irg.
Gibraltar. Nov -.">, midnight — Arrived. steamer llohen
•/.. 11.-m <Ger». Cuppers, New-York Naples ami
Genoa land proceeded).
Sagrea Nov 23 Parsed, steamer Perugia (Br), John*
ton. New-York for Naples. < tc
Vaoles Nov -'- Arrived, steamers Tartar Prince <l!r).
' m. i-..,i.,ti. New T York via Si Michaels for Genoa; etc;
•j.",1. Archimedi ilial>. Dodern, New-York via Genoa.
G«noa Nov -- — Sailed, Kteamei Agnelli. Ciamna (Ital),
' . ii. ■ rullo. New-York.
Malta. . v >'"v -!'■— Pissed, steamer Kanza (Br), Annet, New-
irk fMr Anier.
Mill. Sen 1 '_'<;-- 'i"'«s.«ed. steamer Kederica (Aust), Ivank*h.
Calcutta, via Suez for New York.
,-..,, i... Nov 24 — >,ii:-i. steamer Strabo <Br>. Bratth
-.- „!i.- (from Santos). New-York.
Para. Nov -1 Sail< I, steamer Bernard (Bri. Kvans. New-
Montevideo No> 21— Arrived, steamer Hespertdes (Br>,
ii,,,i,i, Xew— York; Oci -"•, sailed, steamer Cumbal (Rr>.
Barry (from Guayaquil, ete>. New- York.
St Crolz, Nov "ti Sailed, steamer Korona inn, Carey,
New -York.
St Lucia Nov -1 — Sailed steamer BodleweH <Itr>. Balnea
(from Cape Town). Ne.v York.
.s\t.V FRANCISCO STOCKS.
Ban Francisco. Nov. -<■. The official closing quota
tions for raining stocks to-day were as follows:
Alta 05 1 Kentucky C0n.... OS
vi.,. ; .. ion M-.'iL. Wash Con »1
Andes HI Mexican 17
ivl,-! 04 Occidental Con Ofl
i.. -t & Belcher 13 Ophir "'•
Bullion "-■ Overman <•:{
Caledonia 22IPotos! »4
Challenge < m "ii l»lSavag< <«
Choltai " : ' ''- "• '■ "•' '"
Confirtenci «5 Sierra Nevada "0
.-on <•»■ „ Va I <;:. Standard 3.2S
Con Imperial 01 Syndicate «'>
.•ham-, Point "•-'■-• I."' l * <H
Gould & i urrj <>■'• Union Con 12
Hale, .v Norcross lOlUtah Con "1
„,!,, 01 1 Yellow Jacket 09
Juatue 01 i -■ ; — -
\w\
Shirts
I6i BROADWAY
GSB BROADWAY.
72? SIXTH AVENUE
I\mneem:nto
©'Neill's
Ready-fo-Wear Hats for Thanksgiving Day
A choice assortment fresh from our
workrooms on sale to-day. The collection
comprises all the newest styles for Travel
ling, Riding, Driving, Golfing and Semi-
Dress wear. These Hats are all of the best
quality French Felt, and all handsomely
trimmed with the newest materials: worth
from 6.30 to 8.50 each,
3.Q0 Each.
A large variety of CHILDREN'S TRIMMED
HATS for dress and ordinary wear at very attrac
tive prices.
Special Value in Children's Coats
CHILDREN'S LONG BOX COATS of fine Kersey. inlaid velvet f| OQ
collar. 6 to 14 year sizes, very stylish and very serviceable V. VO
CHILDREN'S BOX JACKETS of heavy Beaver cloth, variety ot
colors. 6 to 14 year sizes 2.98
Misses' Suits and Jackets
MISSES' TAILORMADE SUITS of fancy striped cloth. Norfolk shape
Jacket, yoke and notched collar lined with heavy satin, flare Skirt * *
finished with rows of stitching It^vO
MISSES 1 TAILORMADE JACKETS, stitched yoke and snapped 1 - n/\
seams, velvet collar, lined with heavy satin: formerly 19.00 .... i^.UU
A Complete Stock of Infants' Coats, Caps, Dresses and Furnishings
from the Best Makers at Lowest Prices.
SIXTH AVENUE, 2Cch TO 2 Ist STRLET.
SPECIAL SALfc OF SUIT CAStS AND
TRAVELLING BAGS.
A splendid opportunity to compl I ■ . outfit for the Th -'_ \ mcjr— -•■ "-•* c pneev
SOLID SOLE LEATHER 51 IT CASES
with reinforced comers, steel frames, litted u-iih tour straps, » aa
brass lock, catches <>r ••• • I • - ■ . -
\J 9 Rach
_7; Regular price 7.00.
GENUINE ALLIGATOR CLUB BAGS,
itMthcr lined, rr 1:;)^1 :;)^ !■ nmed, new Vienna handles wortfi from = o-i lo 800 each, acci ■;
2.98 to 4.8Q Each.
A,• ■ . • • I ling R posh I al Lowest P
SIXTH AVENUE, 20TM TO 21ST STREET.
cc ll e wo words that are almost medningless, because so often misused.
'But it vjasn 't yesterday that <we started in to make good clothing, znd
you've learned that we " tie up " to these two words here.
Seme day you'll "run foul" of one of the hundreds of advertise
ments that go out of our three stores daily on the backs of our customers,
and then you'll ''join the procession."
Our Youths' fitiits anil Overcoats— slo to — arc "brim full" of style and quality.
Some chnicc unil c.wlusive *ty!es itt Wen's 520.5 20. $2.% and $*S Sack Suits will be a revelttioa
r«i men H/i.> .'..iv heett putntniziiiK tashioanble tailors.
Wt 'I! ninkc your clothes tB ttnler if you prefer.
Three ) 841 { 420 5 265
BROADWAY Stores: \ Cor. 13th St. Cor. Canal St. } Near Chambers St.
Glmnatmcni9
§l§i% COLORADO
GREATEST PLAT. Wednesday Matinee omitted this wv*k.
ii^Tmraiiis
In .1. M. Hnrrf«-> Coiuedv. QIAI.ITY STREET.
LYCEUM THEATRE. 4th »■..-.» ■..-. a 20-1 SI
TO-NIGHT AT S-JtD MATS THURSDAY 4 SATURDAY.
ANNIE RUSSELL— ROYAL FAMILY
Dec. 4. Annie Russell in "The Girl and The Judge.""
SOTHERN
To morrow .
SATURDAY. ll' I IRK KIM..
Dec. -. Vlrslnla Harned in •"Alice ot Old Vincennes."
NEW SAVOY TUKATItK. S4th St. & i:»iy.
XTItA lATIiIEE THURSDAY.
"A Goßh.flraigb.ty bin success." — Evjr. World.
g^uJT^TJEBEN HOLD EN
EMPIRE THEATRE. BrasWNraj & mat St.
KvenlnKH. ,v:i"i>. Matiiun-si. 2:15.
.MATINEES TO-DAY. Tn-Mi)ltllii\V A SAT.
JOHN DKEW | StCOIND IN COMMAND
CHARLES rDlTPl?in\l theatre.
KKuHMANS i. X I I I- XI i > B-way & Hth Si.
Lasi i Nights. Evgs., >.::i> Mats, at 2.
Matineea 'j".>-il!iy. To-morrow ;uid Saturday.
'."*!. VERS I AM" | A Koyal Kival.
Dec 2, "The Helmet of Navarre." with ' h:i<. l>.ilt.--n.
GARItICK THEATRE. 33th St. A Eroa,lway.
XTKA MATINEE TIIIIMIU.
CIIAKLEM i Bvgs., >•:•'•"- Matinee Saturday
HAWTREY I A Message from Mars.
M\l)l<tll\ Ml. THEATRE. 24th 9L. MM I.way.
KvenimcK. .s.^". Matinees. 2:1.".
MATINEES TO-DAY. TO-MOKHOW A SAT.
!V l KM««."" l " ' I THE LIBERTY BELLES.
CASINO *MMftU PI H
I . e«A S : 15. tt,l :ln*« |% LITTLE DUCHESS- If
at torS°KoVei * Smttti-s I.ITTI.K DVCUSSi
EX IRA MATINEE TO-MORROW.
niinn . DAVID BEUA9CO presents
BIJOU lAIA&CICI II
Br..adwnv * mrh St. IfM A% ■ I I 1 1
TO-DAY. If 011 CLU
TO-DAY. 1> THE AUCTIONEER.
EXTRA MATINEE THAMKSGIVI.^G.
IH\ l\t. i'l,.\« THEATRE. Five, at V2O. T.i-nlqht
*.- Thum. Kv.. -1 1,%« HS>l\>\ AL.S ERZIEHER."
ThankiKlvlnt Extra Mat.. Sudermann's * # DIE EIIKE."
A» aC" D IfAM *3D ST. AND STH AYE.
M t W IL/AIN Xv Ka.B:ij.K a.B:ij. 23c. 35c.. SOc.
Mat. t'aily except >1..v.. 35c. I Ilaxcl Kirke.
Ted Marks'* in, ("On.-ert Every Sunday Nlstt.
a#s*l : 9 B la's?! U'way ; BEST SHOW" 1\ TOWN
KkITU O and ! I--::"." to V>.^< V. ««.i •-»«».■.
I\3hl lilU ntn. ! PRICKS ase. ana 5O«-.
. O\ TIIIKMIAY HOOKS WILL BE OPE> AT
| <>-..{o A. M. »:>iiiik PERFOIIMAXCE "WII.I. in:
GIVEN IIEI'-ORE DINNER.
I ! -»-*.'/«. -f* i.-^T't/SL B"v.ay & 30th. At S:10.
JUJ~Cfc"*-* •*■ *^ Mat , T«i-<T3>". To-morrow & Sat.
Ihe MESSENGER BOY .A.
iritli riTTTT T. fOWERS
Style and Quality.
HERALD :V;:^: I LAST4MOHTi
Usual Mat*nee I MR. DAN } th* ■- ■ W. leiezn
I Mat. t!.^! S •Vs.IUML I 1-THE SEBT TOBKSK^
[herald f^^ SPECIAL
1 Advance sa!e or Heats ior
: MS- RirHARD
MANSFIELD
Bnei Engagensent la
BEAUCAIRE
FIRST MON^sY MANCB D«- 1
M- --XiUY. *
THEATRE REPI BllC. 42d St.. jost^ *•<>; J" «T.
E*K9 Sls. Mat. To-dny. ThaEHsSWtaz »™J-i
GRACE GEORGE- In t .\PKtt SOCTUEB* SKIES
HAMMERSTEIN'S „ VICTOR!! "
42d St.. K-way & 7th Aye. lib I Unlfl.To-mor^ * -»-
ELSIE DE WOLFE 'rv^ TWE_JHYJL!!S?
BROADWAY Ss£i£^'l^%!
SEWSHBJL
Harlem Evrs.. S:ls. Mats I <v Tt < £t£e " v\r2JSS.
So""k. Capt. Jinks . „„.,,..r ^-jS
MURRAY vvms%?s£
NEW YORK ElflDfinflßi
'"EXTRA" MATI^BKJTHASKaWIV«»:
SYMPHONY ( . CONCERTS
Musical Art Society. »• W. ood >t.. an-l ■"
Carnegie Hall. i *
HOFMANN
Management ■ .•-•••-■■•■■"•***"*"*' . "*
v,w oreß«st r »-
EDEN' w " R<LliR < Ll i >Wa t o^K\r » i
'AnTnscmcnia.

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