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mil th ' ' - - THE Stilt, TUESDAY. ffOtflMlffiR 23, 1897 " jF ' ' , 'I")
HY I 'I L - ...... -1 ' .- ------ H i
K' ThanksgMng Specials l Tlianksgiving Specials t Thanksgiving Specials I
I "Neffl's
I A Thanksgiving Offering!
J2 We have grouped for Special Sale to-day and to-morrow a large assortment of goods needful on
W Thanksgiving Day China, Glassware, Carving Sets, Cooking Utensils, Groceries, etc., etc.
m Read a few of the tempting prices we have made for this special offering. If you knew the
ll. quality of the goods we sell they will surprise you :
m In the A Special Offer In nftfi,
' China Dep't. Stem Ware, . f
jjflL , n.seme.t. BOHEMIAN GLASS of first quality, fold Jrt v-StHrXV I&K
iHF- niMMPP ;PT? ede lnd llne' "Fi,th Avenue" lhpe, One MfL (jfj ffikn
tM UIllCK CIO. Dozen each of Gobleti, Clam, Wind, Llquora iBSttl&TtT Rmrm
ffij AMERICAN PORCELAIN SETS, Pinlc deco- and Water Tumblers, Five Dozen In all, RrW?' JFrfNIv-L '
rar, ration with Gold Edge, 130 plecei, 8. 1 5 ' f? - " !?jr.li?ib
Hi'" I i. 48 Set Rejular'prlce 10.18. V " S
Hm Sets of 130 pieces of finer quality of Amer- FL0WER HOLDERS of Bohemian Glass, Just Jf PA52?
Wt ' ,an Por",lln' plnk decora,lon' the thing for long stem Roses, Chrysanthe- JP V Vl!?
1 5.98 Set mums, etc., kM V
CARLSBAD CHINA SETS, very choice, I OC., I 5C, 20C. to I 5.00-ich. -"-- HI N X "
flower decoration and gold lines, 102 pieces, CRYSTAL FLINT GLASS WATER THANKSGIVING
14.60 Set. TUMBLERS, dozen 48c. 0 0 CDICC
TIIDnv ntCHOC DECANTERS of Pressed Glass, Bac- fJIUk' CRi "-"-
TURKEY DISHES. carat Shape. 20c. 4ih n..r.
Best quality of Maddocks English Porcelain, BOHEMIAN ENGRAVED BLOWN GLASS DE- NOTE TIIESE SPECIAL PRICES I
ondergUze decoration, CANTERS. . . 35c, 48c, 5 50. MNCE MEAT, five-pound palls or
35c. 65c. and 80C. each. . ,. . ... .. . . . glass jars 73o.
' AMERICAN CUT GLASS. CRANBERRY SAUCE, pint glass jars 25c
TPA SFT? -.- --. NEW PUMPKIN, can 9C.
ltA SB I a. CELERY TRAYS 3.98 FINEST MAINE CORN, can . . . Oc.
I ENGLISH PORCELAIN TEA SETS, OIL AND VINEGAR CRUETS . . 75c. or . 8 dozen.
36 Pieces 3.2 5 OLIVE DISHES 2 66 NEW EARLY JUNE PEAS, can . . 9C.
P.eCGSNvaPUe1atATEASETS,R7R V!S,, I i12 SMALL STR.NGLESS BEANS,"" tlne?t5 d"n'
56 Pieces, great value at .... 5.75 FRUIT BOWLS, 8-lnch 4.66 quality, can 6c. or . 8 5 dozen
rt ami? ec-rc BOUQUET HOLDERS . 98c. to 15.00 FINEST COLUMBIA RIVER SAL-
UAlTlt; Sclo, MON, flat cans I 6c
Consisting of one large Platter, twelve Plates CARVING SETS. LoneS TURKEYca?" 39c
and Sauce Boat, choice decoration, STAG HANDLE CARVING KNIFE AND FORK, SUGAR CURED HAMS, lb. '.'. ". 9lic'.
5.98 Set. best steel cimetar blade, set . . . 98c cffi Pffi' STS
FRUIT AND CAKE PLATES, choice decora- STAG HANDLE CARVING KNIFE AND FORK, RAISINS. CURRANTS, CITRON, LEMON and
tlons, Rogers' English Cutlery .... 48 0RANGE PEEL ALMONDS, MIXED NUTS.
I OC, 1 5C, 20C. and 25C. each. ' etc etc- at Lowest Prices.
CHAFING DISHES A great variety of FENDERS, ANDIRONS
AFTER DINNER COFFEE CUPS and SAUCERS, , " , f , ' and fIrE SETS at very low priced.
Twenty different designs to choose from, with Wrought Iron Stand, patent lamp, all ii.eem.at.
IOC. Pair. modern Improvements .... .98 GAS LOGS, three, five, and Council Log shapes,
thc ..nnuriii., MCnDC nn-r perfect reproductions of wood, 4. 5 6 each.
An immense stock of THE"ONEILL, COFFEE POT. :
FANCY CHINA JARDINIERES, Etc., None better, three sizes, : D.3 '") ";';"; "' :
AT LOWEST PRICES. 67C, 76C. and 87C. Each. i..".":. .?;...?.":
SIXTH AVENUE, 20TH TO 21ST STREET.
rw.
fr Toilet Articles.
lOOtt Import cl cut glass or
afr dvcoratctl Atomizers,
$&, French silt tops, net cov- !
cretl bulbs,
m . 75 cts. and 81. OO.
M- Imported Ivlilltnire Brushes,
W' olive, fox anil cbouizetl
If wood,
W: '5 cts. per pair.
Mi IBair Brushes, solid bach
'M of real ebony,
, 95 cts. each.
W Roger and Gtnllci's ''pcau
sjfe d'ltepngiie " extract, In
ja fancy boxes,
H', 811. OO.
M: Itoger and Gal let's "Vera
'$ Violettc" extract, In fancy
M boxes,
B si.io.
H Oriental Sachet Bags, EOc.
XJK A lrv Ymrlety or llver anil Gall.t. ntni.a.
ifE' p.rrunr. In fnner biiir.. eontMlnlnii on r
j'flf ( batlUi, lultasls Cor h. 1107 wuniln,
I James McCreery& Co.,
M Twenty-third Htrect.
X "AR0AIN8. Slightly u.od Piano,! Uonew Pl.not,
itt Xf 250iriur paymontHi will cxcb.Dce nor of ihet.
-j wltblQ je.r t juit hit you p.jr tor lUem for NEW
I IVERS & POND PIANOS.
Ami H.nted, .old on Initallment. ivnt ppld on pur
.46 chut, L0U1B J. JWCKLYN. 10 Ext 18th it.
jg UIIKVT U.ltUAI"t I'I'IIIUIIT HIAKO.
Wl, Oonlon. mil il:o (S inontblr, ,1100,00
Oordna, medium .Ize, 7Lj oct,, $rt inoutblr.,$ln0.00
Gordon, largett ilii. 7la oct.... art monthly. .917S 00
' Malcolm Lore, I'g'.t.lro, 7aoo 7 monthly. .iSOO.OO
' t Vebr. medium lri-, 7i not,. 10 monthly. ,1830.00
.V Bent, a. 0011DOW, 180 8th ar , txt. 01hai,taU.
! 1 WALTERS PIANOS.
I 1 05. 1 07 W. 33d, 7,?A!iDWAT.
iM- 7D Navrand Uai'd l'lanoj, (!S UP;
I W. A BTKINWAY uprUhtt tra"iacrifle. 100 mar
j. 5 JX nincnt upright, beautifully carredi n.arly new,
Ij1 PlPDLK'g. 7EutUtb.
1.' A FEW uied piano, cheap: new piano, 15 monthlyi
T J- .Mhanard, rented. CIIK18TMAW. II) tatl Uth at,
i ilKAUTIfOL, upright piano,, B8. tOSt Stelnway,
h JJ (liiDi new uprlKbta. 1VB. W1NTE11R0TU, 105
V Eat Uth it i adjoining Bulnway'a.
$ t A ROE aaanrtment, (lightly uifd. ISO to $183; rent,
Ij tJ t3iamalllntallmenta.OuTrlerDrot.,taii,14tbat.
1 ELIAHi.E Connor planoa, tecond-liand, tlgoi rent-
i. Av Ing, eiohanglng, repairing! open evening.
ff Xut 43d it.
(&Q RENTS, ISInitallmfntil uprlibt glOOi eleant
, TOO WeUri bargain good euuare, 0. UAIIN'S, Si
- Union Kjuiro.
rmuisrmruts.
COIIIIKTt' ' """Takenat the rlnTtlde
S TIT9E1IMH0M by the VEHISCOI'E.
.: CAIUOV Jonah Theatre, Il'way ft SSthai,
f. t'Ti 8eat, 16. SO, B5, and BOa
COM r PIT, a Pert, dally. B. 8 and HP. M.
DORIS' WINTER CIRCUS,Brrd7d..
H HOXUA y BVK.. I Orand Opining of tnl, permanent
u NOV. sail. I (how with an unriralled bllL
P Two performance, dally, X and I5 P. M.
6 RTAR T0-H10UT HUB. Mata. Wed. ft Bat. Si IB.
r Oinil. Bpeolal ThankdrlTlng Matlne.Thunday.
h HEART TrB KLONDIKE.
f ncaaiKvgtu BATg. Bc. nue. amu bo.
I PEOPLE'STch'erry pickers.
"i Original Company and Boenery, Mat, ThaakajiTlag,
I' UiTncn'C Uta Bt, Uuaaom, lOcto all. Two Oon-
nUOCJl Uattous paitoraanoaa, Blfkkow.
muuemeuts.
5 I'll AW TIIKtTnK. imOADWAYANDSRTnST.
KUWIN KNOWLES Manager
FAREWELL WEEK.
PCCIAI. TlltHK'.illVKO at.VTtSER.
miu mi mnu
tu-Miht at Miao. ms k KartL.
To morrow, TUB MERCHANT Of VENICE; Thankc
ElTlng Hat.. THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE! Thankaglrlnr
ie.. IIKAU DROUUEt.Li Friday Ere., A PARISIAN
ROMANCE; Sat. Matinee. BEAU URUMMKLL; Sat.
Ere.. DR. JF.KYLL AMD UK. HYDE.
Com'g. Not. 2. the dl,tlngulahed Artlate,
alADAUB AI,BAMIUA VIAnn.
PHOGTiR'S iSttrS
McWadf and May, Comedy; LItIoji Plctureti Oeorj
IT. Wood, Comedian: Jennlo Yeamant, Comedtennei
O'Brien ami Havel, Acrobatu and Dancers, Oertrudo
Haynei Uualcal Act; 40 otbt?r itara. &c. COs.
ThurMThaiUCBglTing Daj). open from P30 A.M. to 11.
PLEASURE PALACE K
F.y'gi at 7, All orcli. AOo. All bale too. Itet'd.
No imoklnit at Dally Uata. liHIl P. M., 10a. S6c.
AUODSTE VAN niKHK. MAXWELL AND BlUPltOlf.
CLIFFORD AND HUTU. Halnea and Pettlnglll, Habel.
BWblrlwlnda, othera. Shunapeoulator. Buy In adr.
CARSN3ECIE HALL;
Monday Evening, iVov. 29.
RIIAVII COMI KRT
KOR THE UENEFIT OF TnB
N. Y. Medical College
and Hospital for Women.
Anton Seidl and His Orchestra.
rniKEiT ooLoisni.
gale now open at box offJco. Carnegie nail,
va itSTiccj it-irSTCE.
CVMDUI1IJ V d Aft. Concert Nor. SB at liIB
01 Mr HUN I d Efg.ConorrtNor. 87 at 8UB
by thn
onmcTV itBn vonu Y.iiriioanr
oUult I I oncuraxnA isc.)
WalrrDVr2'A.h, Y8ajje, Violinist
Conductor. IU. uau 00 cU. to 1.C0.
Bosea $18 now at box oQo.
BOO ! Im Balrcnj. ao (.
GARRICK THEATRE. IiTrMB.r?a.r0:
Ilojt ft McKee, LeaaeM. I Charlea Frohinan, Maaagtr.
nT"No Wedneaday Ilatlnea tbli week.
llatlneea Tbanklglrlng Day and Saturday.
MISS MAUDE ADAMS
In J. M. Barrle'a Great Comrdy,
THE LITTLE MINISTER.
n UA ffB I uVffl ,B T n'1 i3iiT. At a.
LiCkUisS ow"",ow!.vs,n.gm.,r!;:orm",e
DANIEL FROUUAN Manager
THIS FRIDAY e renlntr, a new play of modern sooldy,
in B aota. by ARTHUR W. PINERO,
The Princess and the Butterfly.
MATINEES TUORSDAY AND BATORDAY. 8. '
KP I T H 3 Sf Continuous Pcr.'ormance.
SI 0 II O ISo, BUc. Noon to 1 1 p. M.
IMUUMINO LYDIA TITUH, ADOLPHI TRIO. J. K.
EMMET, UHEAT DIOOItAPII, Oonroy and McDonald,
Tbn e Angela Mstera, Reno and Rloharde. SB othera.
THANKSGIVING DAY (THURSDAY)
Do on Upm O A. HI. UrAat Mlrnvf All Hay.
Ludlna Hitd Children Snoutd Come laForeMgi.
STTNTClLTSTaTTIHIi MK
BSTH ST., NEAR OOLDMBDS AV
OPENS THIS EVENING,
Nov. 23, 8:30 P. M.
ADMISSION BO OTB, MOSIO.
NETItOPOMTAM OPRflA HOl'SB.
U.MUAY KVRXIfl. NOV. , AT 1B,
OPENINU OF TUB SEASON.
r I nav uitANlt conceiit.
TKAVr, FLAMCO. l-Ut.HO, UBHAIIDT. VAM
. COnTLlNDT, BIDL Al Ull onCUKITrll,
Prion COo, to is. at box offloe, Scbabertb'a, and Ty
ton',. Direction of R. K. Johnston ft Co.
BTE1NWAY PIANOS USED.
HOYT'S THEATRE, ET,pBi'nMau.liiii!
HOVT ft McKEK Proprietor,
tr-No Wedneaday Matinee Thla Week.
MATINEES TIIANKSOIVINU DAY AND SATURDAY.
Bigger crowda TTnVfT'Q UP to date In
than .Ten AAV A A O eVerr reapoct.
A STRANGER IN NEW YORK.
IQUTH PEKFOKMANOK DEO. IB (BOPVESIM).
minll Il'wayftSOtbat. Kre. S:1B. I Special Mat,
DIJUU. Mat. Tbura. and Sat. TbankagWlnf.
SOLD OUT NIOHTLY.
MAY IRWIN.
A HI REAM OF LAUOllTKU.
HHH MUM flTlWgtLU"
14TII ST. TilR TRK. near oth ar. LAST VVBElf.
HaU. Wed., TbankaglTlng Day and H.turday,
C......M:M BOTH PERFORUAJSOit
bou ve n I rs friday, nov. se.
GUMBERLAND'61
Nel Week Andrew Maok An Irtah Qentleman.
BROADWAY mtt?$W$F
LJa.ti&XMXHt, jo smltn at Herbert'
eXrikWJl-w. THE IDOL'S, EYE.
Prlci, tl.50, gl.OO. BOO. Mat. Tbanktglrtng Day,
COLUMBUS. '""tX&TtuS!
EXTRA MATIN BS THURSDAY (Thankilrlng Day),
gnHttpfmcntia.
ACADEMY ""ltthft'. and Irrlng place.
E. O. Ollmore ft Eugeno Tompkln,. Prop'ra and H'g'ra.
Kriodramatlo SUCCESS Siion.
THE WHITE HEATHE&
Management of Charlea Frohman,
MATS. WED.. SAT.. AND T1IANK8OIVIN0 DAY, 9.
EVERY ETEXIXQ AT 8.
IS A I I AflVfi Telephone t.OBS-na,
WAkbAwn, 9 Broadway and 80th at.
BXTRA MAT. MItl
TBAKUS. Buppo7MdTffr'in!rA&bErt.
In Francea Hodg,on Burnett', and
OlVllf a Stephen Towneaend' play.
bat. A LADY OF QUALITY.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY, TIIURS. ft SATURDAY.
BVKNINUt). W'.lll, MATINEKH AT 11:00.
EMPIRE THEATRE l&'fsVT.bt .,.
CHARLES FROIIMAN Manager
No n.dnniai Matt.ro Tbla VTa.li.
Mntlnee. Trmnli.alTlna' Dnx and ffaMnrdHF
CnARLEB FROIIMAN PRESENTS
MR. JOHN DREW
In Sydney Grundy', adaptation rrnm the French,
A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE
KtMICKERBOCKER.ih".Y
MATINEE THURSDAY (TIIANKHnlVINO DAY).
na it. v. j second month.
600DW1N ssfr&sff.
AtlUtfd by MISS MAXINE ELLIOTT. In
AN AMERICAN CITIZEN.
MrftA LD SQUARE THEA. B'way and ifath at.
" 7 " "J" 6n- K- Erane, Prop. Ev-a. at riilB.
RICE'S PRODUCTION OF THElMau. Wed.
mvrib a kiusky novelty. ftBat. tils.
vFJM FRENCH MAID
BBC.90. llandaomeat Sourenlra hver Qtren.
EXTRA MATINEE THANKSQIVINO DAY.
! : THE WOULD IN WAX ALWAYS.
i ThankirlTlng t New I ARCTIC EXPLORERS.
; Wrek. : Oroup, NANSEN raeett'gJACKSOlf
FtlFH i To ANDREE and hla BALLOON
tutn i Day. IPEARY with hla DOOS.
i MUSEE ! CINEMATOGRAPH.
; Attraction, j ALL NEW VIEWS.
i ! Orand Oonoerta Aft, and Erenlcg.
GARDEN THEATRE. Ri;i0i
nivrv last week.
UIACI. PROFESSIONAL MATINEE TO-DAY.
nlVPV THANKSQIVINO MATINEE THURSDAY.
UlAbl. Maglo. Mirth, Myatery, Mimicry.
Next Monday. Seata ready.
LOTTIE COLLINS and TnB FIRST BORN.
rCIIICItEIUJVU UALI
lln Tbunday er'g. Deo. 8, at 8:10.
"u Monday aft , Deo. r), at 8:30.
0- Mr. and Mra, Qeorx
ReLi Henschel.
negiiais, n,.,eai, ti.so
at Bchuberth'a. 83 Union Snuare.
DACTHDIQ t'OMTl.tlvolit
0 I wn O rBiirouHAikcn,
tuiilo to 11 P, si. sent, ao ana ou rrut..
Eugene O'Rourke. Alloa Rhaw, Loulae Royc and
Jo.lt. Iutropldl, Ueo. Evana. Klllnore Sinters.
THANKaillVlNH DAY DOORS OPEN AT UltlO.
SUUW CONTINUES ALL DAY.
UOHTEIl A I11AI.1I. Adra. BOo. Matinee Saturday.
ANNA HELD 'ft&i1,M M
MARIE LLOYD ALICE ATIIBRTON
FAUST BALLET and FORBION STARS
Special Mattaee Tbanklglrlng Day.
Tint popular Sunday night oonoerl. Nor, it.
WEBER & FIELDS' 'i"v!iixT.
LAST WEEK OF THE
JI.AU IIAVD AD VESTA TIIXKY.
MATINEE THURBDAY, THANKSUIVINO DAY.
Nil XT WEEK, NEW BURLESQUE.
rOl'MK C'AKB T. THE WORbT DORK,
n 1 1 Ulfl ET.ry Et. BiIB. Mau. Wed. and Bat,
Mil 1 Ji aUo TbankiglTlng Day,
UHLI 0 THe GEISHA.
Next Weak "Taming the Shrew," with
Mlaa Rer.au and Mr. Daly', Company,
IzRAHn OPEItA H8DBT. ft a MATS.
unnnu house, uth ave. p.m. w.d. sat.
AUOUhTUN PITOU. . Uiui and Manager
WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES.
EXTRA MATINEE THANKSQIVINO DAY.
HARLEM OPERA HOUSE.
T&K?uiJ rJck's THE BIRLFR0M PARIS.
ItVIKti PLAt'IlTlIKATKB. I Evea. H0.
Lit performance, of the opor- Mat, Sat. 8.
etta .uoce... COOINU DoVe.II It- KflPflnRY
(Saturday BouTemra) with. ..Jul'lfc """"'
DATIOSAli 1BTII AUTUMN EXHIBITION
AIAURMV Now Open Day and Ertnlng.
OF AdmUilon, 8Ba
DE1IUM. N. W. ror. 83d St. and 4th ar,
casino.,?." logg
The Mew Comlo Opera I fwkl tXfUV
HIIRfiAV UILl, r., I bouts To-night,
milnilAT TUBA. C13T I wnnB I lUOthVert. of
Lei,aT4fd,t.,N,Y, t.JIHia g took do.
00 111 EVU8 (lIB. MATS. WED. AND. BAY.
O nv. ThanUtl.laa Mallnra Tkvrsdar,
THEATRE. THE 01BL TLEFT BEHIND MB.
HANIIATTAH TfTcank,'ilTtnjMat.ThttndVy.' '
B'way ft SSd, E. K. Rle.Ta Comedy Company Is
ProfrMlonU HIS UITU BOImJB AMD
Mat. Wad. A OLVII tUAVB.
(
i '
UPSIOLSTEUY DEPAUTMtSNT.
DROADWAT AND BtVEVENTH STREET BTOHE.
SALE OF FINE FRENCH LACE CURTAINS,
About ICO Pairs Ronalssanco and ftlnrie An
toinette an unusually Attractive assortment.
$12.SO, $18. AO, 842. GO, 827. 50 per pnlr.
Renaissance and Mario Antoinette ILnco Red
Sets, full pilze for double bedstead,
$i4.ao, 8i 7. co, eaa.oopcr set.
Single sizes for twin bedsteads,
00.75, 8I1.9C and 814. CO per set.
Satin Damask Portieres, new colors and
patterns, full assortment,
00,25 and 00.75 per pair.
Bedding: Brass aud Enameled Beds, ends.
JAMES McCREERY & CO.,
Broadway and II 1th St.
BasemeniSpecials.
Sample Shoes
at
Bargain Prices.
Before Introducing a now make of
allocs it la our ruio to experiment
with a dozen an m pie pairs ot eueh
style. The mnnuiucturer. anxious
to please, mnkra tlicao extra tine.
They accumulate and fflre opportu
nities for thope special bargain sales
which hare made this store famous.
600 Pairs flSSjT
of assorted sample (8gf ffl
shoes some lace, toft v
some elastic - side, ja? vA
Congress, with M$ J
$ffc sm
None of these shoes would sell for
less than $3 In regular stock ; many
are $5 varieties.
These Shoes are only to be
had in sizes 6, 6J and 7.
THB ATlflYH BAnOAISTS OH OAI.B OHXT IM
BASBnEHT.
AJ.Cammeyer
DINING-CHAIR EXPRESSION.
Did you ever stop to think about the ex
presslon of chairs I Some call out, "Now,
do be seaUd," whenever you look at them.
Others are so forbidding that you shun
them Instinctively.
Dining chairs, for instance, can be as
expressive of Thanksgiving hospitality as
the Thanksgiving dinner Itself. It Is not
enough that they are comfortable and
atrong, they must look so.
A glance at our dining chairs will shovr
what wo mean. Most of them follow old
styles German, Flemish, Colonial but
no antiques ever had the welcoming air of
these. All antiques echo moro or less tho
character ot the medlroval knlght-ln-orms,
who despised comfort aa much as ho ad
mired strength.
Our reproductions express the same Idea
of solidity, and, after Inclining the backs
a trifle more, making the seats a trifle
deeper, getting the legs exactly the right
height we have made them express ease
just as strongly.
The seats quaint tapestries, stamped
leather or rush.
"buyopthe maker"
Geo. C.Flint Co.
43. 45 and 47WEST23f&T,
NgAR BROADWAY.
rACTORY; 154 AND IS6 WEST l9?5TBttT
ColUnrn ami gthooU.
For B.j. mutt T.ids Kle-Cltj and C.atri,
Educational advantage, unturpauedtopen all rear.
Address Pro. AUOUBT, Watt Cheiter. rl. T.
far Olrl. and Touna W.io.n Clti- and Cavalry.
Hazatvth Industrial School,
BRONXVILLB, N. Y.
Cad.r tbo ekarara or tbn Slater, ar U J.,eph ar
K.auretti (JtaHoopal).
Industrial training for glrla ot good enaraoMr, to
render them self-supporting.
Term,. BI5Q a year. W taeatl.aa.
Haalaeaa Collegev
GREOa-S SIIORTIIAND.-Hadern srslem laartwd
one-tblrd osual timet results guaranteed.
HUTHBBFOBD'H BCIIOOU 108 gaat M St,
WOOD'S MEW YORK riOIIOOL, DtU at. and IIBth
st. litulnsM. shorthand i dar and night i 800
students.
SchoaU far Lanaruagea.
IrllTITITTB OT fcAWOlIAGgal,
Formerlj 8 Wast 4nd St.,
Mow no i rimru a v., s. . tun. 40TR ar.
DIIS. PAUL BBROT rlEHMArl SCnOLZB.
uaaHaa; Arad.rai.fc
MISS McCABE'S
Uanclag School, SI Eatt 17th ,t.
rrit.te and clas, Insane dally t Uglnners aay lime.
HARVARD ACADEMY, lS9th ,t. and Park ar., Ed.
J. Flnnegan, dlraoton (elroulart)i separata hall
for beglnnere.
PROT. COBB'S. BHT Ilndaoa ,t. Walts and two-atap
guaranued la 10 prlrata Ie.ion,l3 any hour.
Maaloal.
fappia! Mnrnoo.
VOOAl, INSTRUOTIOM.
miss Broil., u wAa,uu. nrm at.
Schaala ai.futt.a ass UraasaUo Ana.
EWK3DTI0KART Inslruetloa for tha , pulpit, bar.
ttsga, and parlor. KDWIN OORDON LAWtUUf OB,
10 West slid st. ,
ScaaaU ar rhiyeleal Caltut-a.
B.rb.l.y Oiaaaaalaat r.r OT.saaa aa CalUraa
lias remrredtoOAnltEOI UALLWaslSTthstrMt.
BFXCULOLAgayOBBOTB. OOLT. rXMClKO.
WOOD'S Handball, Dozing,
0YUNAS1UM, Training, baths. 7C.
BK. 8thSt. Xotranoe, ID. Monthly duaa. t.
" tsucella.ifc
BtKlflrlOTOrr (H, J.) BKHINAnT-Ooatanlenl to
Kw York. Ftllaaalphla. Baltlmora and Waahiag.
ton i both auaat B6th ytari taaalthruli baautlfuli IB
taaeharst II eouraaai ISO a year. For baautlfall
UuauaUd rgujda, ft p
H4.....i.im...... I........
BEST IN TflE WORLD ;
:. Thla face has been familiar to you S
b tor a generation. P. T. Barnum, .
g the great showman, originated the 5;
H Idea. V. L. Douglas was the first :
S fo apply It to practical business
: to prevent Imitation. It stands to- S
day as It ever has, for the best:
j shoes that can be made ; It Is the 3:
H trade-mark of the high-grade shoev
3: sold tor the popular price $3.50.
3 ft) No matter rtliat price others S
If may ask you for shoes, they can- n;
S n u"' b btttr- The Douglaa shoe, 3;
2 IWI nre made of the TerybeU leather, ;
S AJ by the most skillful and best paid
5 d&am shoemakcra In America. 5
tffl V9 Our plain Manhattan Is made In a.
.SAW tX ,eT'ral kinds it leather. lhla
W V ahapalaTerypopularwlttielderly g
3 Ly In genttnnen who desire neatness aa
naVflan wellaaaroomy.comfortabloshoe. 3;
Ht3Bn Fut colons hooks and eyelets
(kiI ,nat n"r iw shiny, stitched j
6 vuV j throughout with belt silk thread. S;
KV 1 Bullttoreomfort-ltneedaonly to
vlu be seen to be appreciated. gR
Mg? BoldtnalltbeDouglas CO Kf) 5fc
retail stores at........ 3,OU 3;
5 CzAmtnethlschoeornnynthcrofourlSSS:
Vb ttyles, made In Calf, Patent Calf, French S:
3 Enamel, Box Calf, Seal Ooat, lllack Ktd
K and Itussla Storm Calf, at any- of our 3:
3 own retail Btorca, located at 5;
3 hEWYORK. BROOKLYN. S
3 l?ll nrnndnivr. T0.7IO 71rwirtmy. ft
3 133 Uroadway. 13C7 Broadway. ?
5 aMWet With St. 1.11 rTr'ton 8t. 5?
5 PT1 Third Ave. IM tilth Ave. :
g 2110 Third Ave. .,., S:
3 S ElKhth Ave. JERSEY CITY. fc
5 111 Fulton Bt. lONownrkAve.
5 Shots purchase at oor stores pollthedlree. :
Xllutrated catalogue tor the askMg 01
W. L. DOUGLAS, :
3 Largut Manufacturer and Retailer of 3;
3: Men's Fine Shoes In the World. S;
$ BROCKTON. MASS.
Qlxtumows.
Mexico ami California
Special trains, consisting of
sleeping, dining, library and
observation cars, (the latter
having open glass ends and
attached to rear of trains)
forming veritable hotels on
wheels, will leave New York
and the eastern cities Jan.
28th and Feb. 17th, for
Mexico, or Mexico and Cali
fornia combined. The tours
will be comprehensive, and
will include the leading
cities and places of pictur
esque and historic interest
in Mexico, &c. The tickets
are arranged so that the pas
senger has absolute freedom
of movement. Information
and circulars about these or
other trips can be had on ap
plication. Raymond&Whifcomb
Tours and Tickets
01 East Poartaealh St., Union tfqunra Weil,
Navr l'ork
g&O TO NIACARA FALLS
jCy AND KISTURK.
Spend THANKSGIVING DAY at NIAGARA FALLS
Orand Holiday Eicuralon Tla
WEST 8HORE RAILROAD
WatONKSUAY, NOV. 9, 107.
Train, foot of Franklin st. 10:00 A.M., S:4S, 780
and BiOO r. U. yrom West 4d St., 10:10 A. M.. 0:00,
7ilS and SHOP. M. Tlckst, at 118, SOS, 071. VIS
Broadway. Maw York, ami DBS, BOW and 70 Pulton
at. Brooklyn.
fTODMSniNa dally (Cholera Dank,, weather permit
Vj Ung), steamer AI Foster, only boat built expressly
for ooetn nshlng. Insuring safety, speed, and eim
fortiBMttbdst, 7it0 Battery, 6i0 tl with baltt
ladles, 60 cents.
EEP NEA FI8HINO.-BTKAMF.il ANQLiat. dally
ioept Mondeyi learrs ilst St.. K. It.. 7i8
Battery. 8 A. M sbarpt fare Ibc, with baltt ladies,
BOe.t old reliable pilot. AI Foster, on board.
IAAOE catohea of ooJfllh wrrs mad. at Cholera
J Bank by steam, r AX FOaTEU'S passengers yaa
tarday.
THB ANNUAL MBETINO of the Children's Aid
Bodily will be beld at the offloa of J. KENNEDY
TOD, Esq., No, IS Wall at., at a P. If. on Tuaaday,
Mor.lg, 1BB7.
gUUUurru ana rtmnbiua.
SEAL OAJtafEirrs.-riaa fura made toorderi medel
llng old gann.nU a apeclallyi orloe, reasonable.
BAJtOB'g, 118 W. Bth as. pat, of Ounlber, 61 h ay.)
gtlarbinevi).
GW1UT0BD PEAnCE, electrical and steam ma
. ehlnary, Bt. Paul bulldUg, 110 Broadway, New
Tork city,
(Euptwriuru.
Lt6Z5ii)EBRa. We). O. ISOt No. 7. B0 Cilaraa-laadut-e
bMt. Call or write for catalogue. Ill
Broadway, room o.
BWHHfiBi!fiNgayMHHafiliHjiM
MfteY'Sl
BOTH BIDES OF UTH STREET (ItUNNINO TIinOUOH rHOU 1TH TO lBTtt 8TnET)-WTH ATKKTJS.
i nOUDAY OPENING i I
FORTIETH ANNUAL EXHIBITION ot TOYS, DOLLS, FANCY O.OOD& Wf)
BOOKS, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS and OTHER CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, useful Wtt
and ornamental, suitable for the purposes and suited to the purses ot the million H
and ot the millionaire. ALWAYS AT PRICES FROM 25 TO SO PERCENT
LESS THAN ELSEWHERE. , K
THB TOYS INCLUDE EVERYTHING from thc rubber doll which appeals rd Bj
the wondering eyes of the baby up to the MECHANICAL MARVELS which atlt
oven the languid Interest of the precocious children who are with us and btua to-
day, but who seem to be TWENTIETH CENTURY YOUNQSTERS at that.
We were never before so well equipped with such a MAGNIFICENT AS m
SORTAIENT, with such FACILITIES FOR SATISFACTORY SERVICE and suck jl j
PHENOMENA LLY LOW PRICES. jgjf
WE ARE PROUD of these things and prouder stilt of the record ot satisfaction . jg
made In our two-score years ot business life. This record Is Indicated dally by M.
shopping groups here representing THREE GENERATIONS, grandmother, mothe WT .
and children; all ot whom have In turn been MADE HAPPY AT CHRISTMAS J
TIDE by MACY'S. A If,
A SECRET DISCLOSED. U
READ IT. Nearly every dressmaker In the City will say, it asked, and often Mi
say it unasked, 'Don 't buy goods at Macy's. ' ' WH Y? They do not say, butwd 4tf
will tell you. The other houses give discounts to dressmakers. You buy the ma- M-
terlal and It is taken to be made up. Before It Is touched with the scissors tha I
dressmaker claims a commission from the store where It was bought because you aF
are 4t her" customer. This commission adds to her profit. You get no allowance St
on account ot It.
COACHMEN tell the same story. W
SHOPP1NO AdENTS do not buy here because they cannot make an extrA !
profit. m J
But that Is not all. It you could get the discount for yourself you would stilt m h
pay higher prices than ours. The otherhouses charge prices from 2S toSOper cent. Ij A
more than ours, and even with the discount to favored customers ot 10 per cent, WA t
their net figures are much higher. We give all ot these advantages to the gen W
eral customer. We do not give discounts or commissions to clergymen, dress
makers, coachmen, etc., or credit to anybody. These are two of the chief reasons
WHV our prices areALWA YS THB LO WEST.
We have MORE SECRETS of this nature TO TELL. WATCH OUT FOB
THEM.
MEN'S SHIRTS. FEATHERS.
Mnln Btoro and Annex. OSTRICH FEATHERS are the rage. Wa .
., , , ... were quick to observe that they were to bo I i
BTTHTT8. tnado In our own factorr. un . , . jr.. .... a 1
lMindorerl. Utlca nonpareil rauelln. B very much in vogue, and we did what nft f,
F,1ANlsTAlSV:eI?gIoNNE?Nr??YnE9L other retaiUiouse ha, done. WeestablUhed WJ',
HOLES. In fit and workmanship equal PO an ostrich feather factory of our own off ,fr.
to custom made ,00 the premiees here. We are thus enabled to 1'
retail ostrich feathers at the price other J
We have manufactured and sold this hoxi8e have to pay for them. This means d 1
standard shirt for 20 years. Over amilllon SPECIAL SALE OF OSTRICH FEATS. ff )
of them have been worn by our satisfied oit- g g EVER T DA Y. W. I
tamers. This is a plain statement of 'a phe- ' , m It
nomenalfact. It simply illustrates the FINE CHINA AND GLASS. I
natureof the values we give. We keep a full mil
line of other kinds of shirts, but this is our ' "?' ?"' harea"ET, FACTORIES OF Wl
shirt attraction par excellence, unap- OUR OWlf in nil the di.McU that furnUh W
, , , ' . ., . . the world's supply n these lines, but we era
proached and unapproachable. All our ft(, LARaBST UUyERS in lhe otneral X ,
regular customers know this shirt and market,. LOWEST PRICES, exclutiv de
know that It is belter than any Dollar shirt signs, and all other advantages are thus in- H
anywhere. tured to OUR CUSTOMERS. B
Groceries, Wines and liquors. Iu
THANKSGIVING SUPPLIES I
However low our prices the stand- W
ard quality Is always maintained. V
HOLIDAY MINCE MEAT. WHISKEYS. 1
Annas. 9
luHvhVtV'hVnH'Vn'mV.ViiV'aVaViri r- JAMESE. PEPPER (our bottlln.). Cotoparo j
Hfi.w.l.,n,M?.n?t,-0?K iS? T ,t"sdta.59 thla with othera.lvertl.ed at much higher pHce,
raisins and brandy. 3 lb. jar ' and you will readily appreclnte Its fino B I
FANCY TABLE NCTS. ,rAwVmVv,T,vWitatU'';";"";i"Tfi. (A
CANADIAN RYE, tola necnts for the United m
MIXED (six kind,) per pound.. .13 Btntes. Wilson's old einplro liqueur quality, JM
WALNUTS (Urenotile) " " .. .14 bottled In bond, government guaranteed, QQ W
PAPER SHELL ALMONDS. " " .. .18 1880. Per bottle 5"r W
CIiVSTKK RAISINS. FANCY DECANTEUS.
Bib, box California 04 With full quart flno wines and llquorg. Ths "rV
Co lb. box, Mix crown, imported 84 following assortment: D
0 lb. loose, Muacntcl 7! rttptitiv avntTna --rf-
Seeded Jluacatele. pound packaeo 10 poftT, MUStiATEL '-OP fW
FANCY LAYER FlfiT lb. box .S8 JAMES E. PEPPER WHISKEY 04 IV
CRANI1KKRY SAUCE, 3 lb. can 17 ROYAL CAHINET SHERRY 00 (J J
PRUNES, Ciilifornla extra Inrge, 21b. pkff. .18 PRIVATE STOCK RYE 1 t 1A 1
FUENCII I'liAS (1807 Pocking). HOLLAND OR OLD TOM am 1.14 II
FINK, Per Can..! .10 "i1!? Ogfdll WEDU,NO "1 .24 kf
PORT (Sandorman & Co.) 1.40 If
CALiIFOIlNIA ASPARAGUS. .-.., ,-.,,-.. . V
(1897 Packing-.) CHAMPAGNE. (Tlieophlle Roederer.)
SMALL, Per Can 10 Tho celebrated 1890 Vintage. V
LAItOE. " " S3 RED 8EAL Casn Pta. CaaeQta. 8
Extra laroe. 33 vindrut; 2b.07 sSsTot I
LONG ISLAND, (Extra large), " " ss ' .T
-,,,. ,.a ,. , t, t v CALIFORNIA AVINES.
TOMATOES (Araerlcoa Beauty). .,., .....
... . , , . . , . . ' , Rod Star Brand, elrlctlyrjuro Bolccted old wines,
(Solid whole packed, red ripe, extra larga A --!,,. -.--.-
cane.) Cage 24 cam, 3.14 1 ban ...14 none bottor.
T05IATOE9 (Jessamine Brand). CLARET ?.TS!ni"' "alw
JSolId cold packed, red ripe.) Per Can 10 g'SrANpEL. 4 3.40 '.
Tomatoea d'erfeotlon Brand). Per Can 08 JllS?,lf:i.,r!i'rMiii,iW -in '
CIIATKAU DE CABERNET.. 0 00 8.S9
FANCY MAINE CORN. JfFi'rT'FRVF i2S 5'i2
LTWTwniTE BRAND, ca.e 1.00. Per Can .00 SAUTEllNB -73 4.0B ;
JJPBAMINE BRAND, cttso 1.80, Per Can .07 IMPORTED "VVINEB. ' J
PEAS (Lily White Brand). JULES (JOULET BORDEAUX. ff
Theflnestqualltyonly sold under thla brand. Imported In glass; 25 per cent, lets than cota ll '
Early June Peas, Case 8,18 Can .10 of Importation. 1
Slftpd Early June Peae, " 3.00 " .13 Cnse Case Hr
8uBarPca, ' 3.14 " .14 Qla. Pta. .
Extra lifted Early June Peas, " 3.14 " .14 BU Jtillen 4.30 4.03 &
Homestead Peae, S.UO " .13 Mciloc 4.RU B.84 B
St. Estepbe 4.0.1 B.87 S
CAIilFORNIA FRUITS. Marcnux 6.40 0.13 I
Lily White Brand, finest quality, extra heayy riSvlflo lS'St .. - I
byrup t"u ,mo MHiMmiin 'vi ii4o u
gSSSAS"9. ...oas'e. 6.30 Pcrc.n...3 fef" "v:.v:.v::.v::::. ..:." 14 4 14-8B 9
APiaCOTa....... Ctue.fl.ni " " ...34 Ksaulir'noJ n". 2'2S 1
p... Pap nan 1 1 h ll c nnuierno ,t ,,, ft,i4 (1,98 ll
BARTLE1T PEARS. .1 ' " Chateau Youem ,o.03 uj,o U
LEMON CLINtJ PEACHES -'0- ITAf,lAV wiwr 1
WHITE CHERRIES, Case, 7.40, PerCan,,33 aaauiaw 1.K V
FRENCH BRANDIES. Imported In gla... flno.t Quality. 9A
Annex. Cano 089 Wfo
JAS. HENNESSEY g CO.. ,.0... 4.00 Dot, J.,4 cmAKTI W 24 Qt J
SSftRJW"Vftca.iB78.;: o.jj ;; j.ju imported sherries, J
VeryOldPale "11.44 " 3.40 npYALCABINET. Gal. 3.84 Dot. . h -
n iiarn OliOMCJoA, ' LftH nil il
RUMS. IMPERIAL, bo? .. .-S? i
JAMAICA (Superior Old) ...Oal. 8.44 Hot. 1.34 AMONTILLADO, " 0,0( " tM k f,
ST. CROIX.... . " 4.1B " .00 AMONTILLADO (very old U V
NKWENOLAND " 1.04 " .40 dry), o,00 - 14t
THE ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE THE JUO. XW
3Xujstnejtfj8 Chunrrs.
dealer'sIh musical instruments.
An expert buyrr, aud on. who Is Ihoroushly piut.d
In thla branch, locatrd lu feaxony, Of rmsny, with first
elaas referrocca. will lm plrairil to act as purchasing
acaut for aome larger and mora ntcu.lTe Importara
In this oountry. I'lrau oddrt.s It, 0,087. care HO
DOLV HOSSK LEUV.IO, OEHMAKY.
A HOTEL uptown, west side, cloie i1 st.i 13 ,
rioms; nicely eiiulppnli price only I3.U00; unto
eumbarrd i reaaoua of xlllng, uthe r tualDe.,i strlctaat
InTrttliatlou alluwidi ohl ralsbll.bsd. Apply
UcPONALU WIIIQIM.. Iu Waaiau.
AHEAI. F.8TATK llUBIriKH. Molt promlarut lo
catiuo Bruoalrni prli. only IJoUi bouaa opa to
show the Inrntor. In.r.tli.i.
McUOMALD k WI001KB, MO MaMaa.
Al'AHTNKK wanud with llS.noOi half InlerMtt
Ourniaa praferredt larf. casino locat.d dOM ti
Mew Yorkt efaa.ntly equipped plant.
HaDOrlaLOaTwIooiKB. 140-aaaaa.
BIMTI5U al a faw hoars' aotleet 10,000 circulars,
ail cards and blllhaada. 40c per 1,000. BDOAB
rjUKTIMO AMD BTATIOHUir CO., 0 West ta SU
Sujuittwu (CUuncfg. I
fl'IIEDKOUD'S "OOAU 0.0O "pEll TOM of t.OOO M
ar.'anl oVih?" "' T k Coro" 0l lou ft
"VANTKD-fid tnrrohaot, mauufacturr,ordalar H
... .ln -rlcTl;ural machinery ur lmplnninta,ce. Ti,'
Ull,t ur publlshor to ratrouls. a well-known "S W,
tent O.rman Journalist dealrlnRtoatart a O.rmaa W
acrlcultural paperi he U wall po.td In airloulluvS it
5ninn.;rturi .hec,.I""i?T '. aid thorouihlJ I
&$? iortnfVh'.V.uSaou.,'. L
efor jjnlr. I '
pon HAI.K-A French hall clock, six feat M.i.
1? uiatnaar Kr.rM' Imporuiloij two fuU IhlnS!
J,7-n.W,' in,i?i!.,0r4f rl ndomsi OarridiprrrYSi i!
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