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H hi " .THfe SUN, WEDNESDAY PECEMfeteR 8, 1897. . ' ,. rjgg. a I .'
Kf Special Mollday Satet Special Holiday Sale! Hf SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE OF 1 Velocipedes Jricycles Bicycles K od Fiioon. THREE OF THE GREATEST HOLIDAY BARGAINS IN TOWN I HIl A Carload of Velocipedes and Tricycles, good strong W&; machines, fitted with Adjustable Seats, now on sale at these EXTRAORDINARY PRICES: K Velocipedes. 1.25 Each B Tricycles 275 Bach Bf "GOLD STANDARD" BICYCLES ! Hf;' Strong, handsomely finished, Easy Running, a splendid Christmas Gift, B 21b90b m SEWING MACHINES FOR CHRISTMAS! W A Splendid Christmas Gift for the Housewife. H Our Machine, the O'NEILL," is absolutely perfect in P every particular, simple, never gets out of order, handsomely K. finished, and has Three Drawers. I I Price 13.80. I THE GREATEST SEWING MACHINE BARGAIN EVER OFFERED. 1 1 Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street. I J LEA & PERRINS'l II I SIGNATURE S If BLUE, diagonally StIJC Jk across the OUTSIDE wrapper of every bottle of 'H i Th0 0rlS,nal and Oenulne WORCESTERSHIRE, as a further pro- ? MB A tectlon against all imitations. E I AnUt.r the Unlt.d State.. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS , N. Y. t t SEanttti jgraalef. IE THE SUN jf Harlem Branch f 119 WEST 125TH STREET ,?' ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS Learners wanted; paid Wr while learning. J. LIVELLARA, 12U Mercer st. Hf "rjOOKBINPlta Wanted, experfencedpastcrs. alio rw JDuand folders. EDWIN IVES k SONS, Elf Howard t, SM TtOOKBINDERS. Oold layers, foldere, and pesters! K& JD staady work. J. F. TAPLEY CO , U Bond St. mMM YTHBRELLA8 Experienced operator wanted! alio , tipper.. BOIILOSS UHOTIIF.llS, 6i0 Broadway, Hts' between Houiton and Bltecker u. BE jQowttc jSrnmuts UJ.rotfd. bBSs--' PUIAMBEHIIAIDS, cooks, laundresses, waitresses! mmy, V o cook, who uli and Ironi French lady'e 'v maid., a.rman nurses, butlers, second men. Mn. L. mt i3 BEELY, Employment Bureau, en West and at, bcr- vents' entrance 8Ba Clh ar. flOMPETENT cook to go to NewpoVtTwagas f SSto W V- S0) two In family; beat referents required. 1 j lira. L. SEELY, U5U Uth ar. rt; "lOOK to do the laundry work for small family if,.. V living In Rye, N. Y.t wages $1B good referenda 0, required, lira. L, BFEI.V. 85a Bib aT. 1?r fJKKNCH laily'a maid; (W5; muit bo a Hne .earn. & X atrcta and be capable; heat referent ea reriulnd, Mra L. bEELY, afi Bill av. yK CREMCII nurte for two children, 4 and 1 1 yearn, to fo. X live In Waablngton; wair-a t-i&t best refereuna JR. raqulrcd. Mra. L. bEELY, ana BtU ay. f? 'PROTESTANT waltreaa for 2 In family to llvo la IP X Philadelphia; wagea $20; reftrenct a required, 1 ' i. k. JELLY, 85'.M)lh av. , "Jt1 "PROTEST ANT waltreaa for the city, wageaTsi i K. X good re.'erencei required. w Mra. L. SEELY. 888 etli ay. ft WANTED A girl (about 10)lo mind baby and aa ' i VT tlat lnllght housework; good wages; sleep home. , , vfc lB8Zldartsu Brooklyn. lf Wnnttfl aleji mttunnict. e. k 100KI1INIEIUI Strong young man, used to work- Si X ing In binlery. ; S THOMAS HUhHELL SON. 84 Mew Chambers at. ' ; HjOOKUIKDEHS Fiperlenred man on Ellis backing i IJ X ma hlno. BLNZ1UEH nilOa., Hockwell ulai.e and t fi Be Kalb ar.. Brooklyn. ,' U llOOKBISBEIl. bempla trimmer wanted; glOand , $ XlMperwek. U. WOI.tr, auo-gttT Cherry at. 1 1 JOOKHINDERS. Edge glldera " & X J. F. TAl'LEY COu Bond st. M TCEEDEKS on ruling machine. ja X S08 Fulton at. (top floor). I Vt TTfjlDRELL KU. Wanted, at once.au expt rlenoed urn f J brella stock clerk. ff ARNOLD 8CI1IFF CO.. 8B8 Church st. ffl W ANTrD-Experleuced fepders fur llthographio t" presses. Apply at once to J. OTTJIANN I.ITIIO. fc CO . t'uck llulldlng, Houston and Mullieirysts S V0U!,'' Sjs to learn engrarlngeTenluga. NUDD. I S, X avo Broadway. !'l pOJlTETKNT chamliermald, wIIIIuk and oljllKlnx; W V will aula! with waltlug; liest nferenies A. l.' . ft voxlUBuuuptownorilc. ISB5 Broadway ,(S f lOllr'ETt'.ST youug Uerman girl as nurse togrown t - children; bet city rerereniea L. v box ill) !Bun uptown oflloe, IIIod Broadway lOMl'ETLNToookTwIlllugto assist with washing. vy desires situation. ItH rrfereuifs 11. U , bjx Hi Bun uptown oflloe, lanB Broadway COMPETENT ohambaruialii und seanntrm; ran v furnish lot references. JI. JIcK., box ICO Bun uptown ufflce, IVBa Broadway. piOOK. Oood family cook, washer, and Ironer; best J references. K O, box lU'i buu uptown omo. JSBS Broadway ' ' JftOMPETEKT WAITRESS, willing anil obliging, col vclty refrencm private family, ojd w et villi at, "lOUHETENT young womau, general housewnrken J good worker, best references i4l East Until at COMPETENT cook In small prl ate family dislrra Hw Valtuatlon; brel refereusea. 077 uth uv I Im VWK. Oood famlTy cook ; will do ooarse waahlDgi l;ljj V best raferernvs. I1W West ltfth st I ml' rtOUPBTENT waltreasi willing and ubllglugi good KB' y nttrrn ea 1133 West H7;h t. I ', COMPETENT cook and lauudrewi beat city reler E J ces. tlu East mil st. " I Wfj jOOMl'ETENT cook, washer and tronar; best refer I I K t dances. WO Wast aOlhsL 'i , 17UlST-CLAnS parlormaid, oaja furnUh beat refer X' auaa. desires UluaUon. B. Q, Uuc 187 a)aa up- I' tewofllc, 11(60 ilroadwa. aMBBiamaawaaweawiM'ifiwMHaaapwewwTwatl ' hiihihhWmmi . .tot-MM Pelp cf tmnlts. HOnsEWORKER.-Onod cook, waaher, ajnd"lronfT; anurnlih beat reference! gas West 41st st. KJOllSE. Neat young woman aa nurse to grown -Li children desires situation: best references. 231 East untb st T ESrECTABLE WOMAN wishes position aa house J.V keeper In an all family, German, French, or Eng lish; good position more than wages preferred. Ad dreaa L. C. C.. box 171 SunoBlce. SWEDISH cook desires altuatlon whore kltchenmald Is kDt; wages 8S; can furnish beat city refer ences c. A., box 14a bun uptown office, 1H0S Broadway. WELL-RECOMMENDED chambermaid and walt- ress; best refereno-s. M R., box 178 Sun up town ofllce. 120B Broadway. WATfRESS-Klrtiaasf" wTlllng to oaslst with chamberwork; neat; satisfactory references. 104 West Sltd at. ELL-RECOUMLNDEDcook; plain washing; best references. aa7 West 80th st. VELII;FCOMMFNTiLircwlc7cairurn!s,n best ref ' ereuces. iti West 18th st. Jwt-CInw iWlii lllalcif. IDITOR seeks position on weekly or monthly; J would write editorials, stories, a. and manage department covering mental acl nee, graphology, oc cultism: would begin at (la weekly. Adureis l.NCKEASl D CIRCULATION, box 181 SuuotTlco. 1)11INTI R wants situation when- tlrat clasaiob and . lonunerclal work Is made nsiei-lalty, good on up-to-date magazine advertisements; steady, reference). Address D , box 171 Sun offlco. 1ll ARSI ACIST nf experience and ability dealrrs po-1- alllon aa hi ad clerk or manager) Al refenncoi Fngllsh or German. ABLE, box 17U bun ofllce. jflfa.ral. ATTENTION.-OLD DR.ORINDLE.QRADOATE UNI VEKSIIY OFTUKOIT OF NEW YORK. 1IEDI CAL DEPARTMENT; 86 YEARS A SPECIALIST IN DISEASES OF MEN. OLD DR. OltlNDLE has bf en longer established and has had more experience than any other advertising physician i city papers prove tela Under hlaacientlno treatment blood and skin diseases, pains In bunen, red spots, sore throat and mouth, ulo-rs, painful swi Rings, kidney and bladder cumpiaiaia, acaiuiog innammationa, gravel, undevel oped organs, weak back, lost vitality, are ape edlly.per inaiiently cured Men about to marry anoutd consult OLD DR. OHINDLE. Every impediment removed. Sufferers, do not waste time vliltinir less skilful phy sicians Remember. OLD nit OltlNDLE never falls. OFFICE OVER 15 YEARS t 171 West lath St., be! twecnUthand 7th avs. Advice free Medlolne 1. Hours, U tow. Sundays, U to U. No charge unless cured. III.IIUIl. IlItKt, n jeara aperlxllst In dts. fspraoriairi t.iilj. Quickest iermanrnt cure guar anteeil In all diseases. Blood poison, akin diseases, kldue and bladder trouble, weakness, m rvous debil ity, errors of youth, bad dp-ami, uudoveloi ed organs, ImlKdlluenta to marrlaue, Ac, Be wise, consult the only old specialist 111 this Ity. OtTlce over 33 yean at liu Fait l.lhst , near Union square. Hours, v to w: Sundays, u to a. hclentlllc treatment and alvloe free. Medicine only BOc. No charge unless cured, ". .. qT-f iirT i'kiim.kt I'liiilc In iliseaaea of men; dangerous caaea solicited; relief at once: those desiring only first claas sclentlflo treat ment should call The leading specialist. Dr. Ronschur. 187 West 8Kd al . D to 8. 7 to 8. Sundays, 10 to I, DR CONKADK KANITAIUUal Private rooms, matron, with full staff of trained nurses. 117 West 47th st ; hours, u 9. Dlt F 0IIAYI1L1NN, sanitarium. 177 W. 7tliinear B'wii))itons u-U. Tel. 7li-3Sth. lemale at trudAUt. KIDNEY'and'all URINARY TROUBLES quickly and saf.lyumd with DOL'UTA SANDALWOOD CAP BULru, cures In seven days; avoid Injurious Imita tions; iiono but the DOCUTA genuine; full directions, lTHaai.ao. All druggists MRS DEIST, midwife, boards ladles; confinements; ailoptlon, cnntldintlal treatment; strictly pri vate; no slgu, UM7 East Both. Cxrur.oioiia. A CODFISIllNOorf Jersey coa steamer ANOLER; t lufkdiiy'apaswugers caught ,4"H cidllsh, and uo humbug uoto aieitlou wlinatr Allottir COllHslllNG dally (CholVra Banks, weather peirmiC 'tlugliatcamer AL FOSTER, nulv boat built ex prrasly for ocean fishing. Insuring saf tt.apt-td.toni-fort; East JHd bt,7-4U; llaltry, H'.'0tl with bait; ladles, do cents. lODI-ISIIINUStramer ANOLF.lt, dally, except V Monday, leaes aist st , E. R . 7:S5; Battery, H A M ,alurp;fare 7Rc, nlth bait; old rtllab o pilot. Al Foster, on board. L" AllOE CATCHES of rod and blackflsh are made dally by psssuugera or steamer AL 10STKIL ffUMntru and grfUgmahiMB. SFAL QARUENTB Fine furs madatoorder; model ling old gaiaaenta a specially; prices reasonable. BATUtfcU-S, l& W. sum it. oat of OuaUur, bin avj tl, ,.JU iu w.MtaaJtnf.1 1, nil' I HI.Jll TVM-uiiMijiieaytaw r"'We"BlslBlBrtaW-paaaJlliisfa((M "y1 .TLTi- AUTHORS' READINGS. ttniter the auspices of the Booksellers' and Stat, r-rnv Ass-noftheC. 8., atcniCKERtNO HALL. 110 rirtn ar"wr. 11U sU Friday, December 10th. at 8 '&. fjnAIDBn MATTIIBTV8 will I pfeaM. , ba foUowlef antbora will read from their owa wfftti Dr. Bi weir Hltchell, PaurL-ord, Maraarat EsEnter.iobnlfendftck Dadga, Abby Bare uib SdVonrileiirT Vaa Dyka, Florence k tfjoolty, 0Kckets.'lnSudlnll referred aeat ll.BO, tl.OO. and fe For sal by P. Dutton Co., 8l W. 184 at i OP Putnam's lout. 9 W. sad st,; Charles Bcrlb nsr's sons.1 S Fifth av.i nrentano'a. Ill Union Rouarei Thomas Whittaker, 3 and 8 Bible Uouse, and other Dookstorfi. iuni a.PU'0 Telephone 8098 8sth. WALLAliKa Eve's fill 0; MaU To-day A Sat. at i. MTISIKB TO-UAV. LAST 4 NIGHTS Supported by Mr. EDWIN ARDEN. In Frances llodgson Bnrnett's and Stephen Towne- asnd'splsy, A LADY OF QUALITY. 1))C. 18-A TVsltD OrBAtk. iiriritoroi.iTAH orntt. iioiis, tii i no unAXu comaitT, aixutr. uuv. is, at mis. satiDi cosoi trrtin. YSAYI5. PLANGON. trrao iiiTBHa una. BLACvatLt, MANAGEMENT R, E. JOUNHTOB CO. PRICKS. 600 TO tl 80. arriCIWa riAMQ mat. t n T it o r 1. 1 r a w oi'eiia iiotrnn. Tbe Subscription Sale for tbe Season ot GRAND OPERA Id French, Verm a u. nd lttln. under tbe direction of VTALTBRDAinoril Nn1 C A. KEXIft, Now open t the Metropolitan Opera Home, a redno tlon of orten percent, will be made to lubecrlben for the leaion. PLEASURE PALACE Kvf Ev'gs at 7. All orch. AOo. 411 talcs. uOc Res'd. No smoking at Dally Matt , 130 P U lOc. tSc. FIIED 1ULLE.N. HOLLY FULLER, UEO. KULI.FR GOLDEN, THE BAOOE&EN8, Florence Bindley, La Clair and Leslie, smith and Cook, Llna Pantser, Lewla at Ernest; oth'a. Shun speculators. Buy In adv. kMAmA tlti-h-j.,--- H.Mtl.nrtiii H-fr.n. PHI Hi UH S eeT Noon to li. ""- I IIUUIUII U JOIIYKTCIR IIRVaETT and OEO. LESLIE, "A Quiet Evening at Home," l.VIl T1TU, Comedienne; FRANK BUSH. Mimic; PRESS ELDRIDOE, Comedian; LITINO PICTURES: Canfleld ft Oarleton, Travesty! 40 otherstars. 25c. BOc. BROADWAY w"sa,TWikSc& mo" THEATRE. FRANK DANIELS Price's. t. 60, (1 00. oOo! THE IDOL S EYE. Monday, Dec 18 inaugural Performance ot llltOAIIUAY TIlrATHB OP Kit A CO. Ill De Eoven and Smith's Romantlo Comlo Opera, TUR IIIVIltVAVIIAI. Beata Now on Bale. 14Tn STnFBl THKATfTc-nrarOth ave. Nights 8 IB. llatlneea Wednesday and Saturday, An Enormous Success A Positive Triumph. ANDREW MACK. "Anew Boucloault." Et enlng World, Nov. 80. griaVn'... AN IRISH GENTLEMAN. "Andrew Hack made a decided hit." Ue raid. HU ionn were a delight to their nearer." gun. EMPIRE THEATRE Sn8V0,ai2';. i,. CHARLES FROUUAN Manager IHntlneea Ta-lsay and mtarolNs', CHARLES FRflRMAN PRESENTS MR. JOHN DREW In Sydney OrundT's adaptation rrotn tht Fre uch. A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE GARRICK THEATRE. ITS.,feTrSK,,?I. Uoyt & UcKec, Leefes Charles Fro h man, Manager. Matinees To-day and Saturday. MISS MAUDE ADAMS JnJ JI Barrle's Qrnat Comedy. THE LITTLE MINISTER. 100th rerfonnam-o Dej- iU, KouTenlri. KNICKERBOCKER. Tsll nn. . c. EioiiTn wefk. iOODWINf -srs.". Assisted by MISS MAZINE ELLIOTT, In A N AMER I CAN CITIZEN. ACADEMY " :nh"t,hC;,.and,r,.ngp.. F Q. Olimore & Euirene Tompkins, Proprs and Sign. T aj g THE LARUEST PRODUCTION IMC IN THIS CITY. Management IHILIITC 20 ChaaTVrohraan. WnilC PEOPLE. Magnitude and UCATUCD Magnificence Combined. ITiELM I rlEirCa MATS. TO-DAY BAT. AT 8. EVE. SilB. ST. NICHOLAS out'i al.. NtAR CULUMBUS AV. FIRST CUAMPloNaUlP UuCo-tV yiATCH. TUUItMIMt. DBS'. U, AT SI IS P. itl. Van, Vnrlf A H v rirnnltlvn R. C. HrpAl ri SQUARE TIIEA. B'way and S5th at. "-"chas.E Evans. Prop Fves.atHflB. DIOP'Q PRODUCTION OF TlIE.Mata. To-tlay ,'la FRISKY NOVELTY. I& Sat. 2:1B. THE FRENCH Mm DEC. SO. llanusoniest Souvenirs Ever (liven. (rant IIUEt Uenefll To-inurow. 1 lOO P. W. HOYT'S THEATRE, fta'S: "SS.IT.Jt UOYT ft McKEE Proprietors lnTATIEaC!t TO-UtV AID HATURDAV. 100th Perf. Dec. IB. TTnV'T'Q So,lla 0n Month Souvenirs. AAVr A A o m Advance. A STRANGER IN NEW YORK. 1 UsrilTIBAA Mth.av. andSSdst. Begins SilB. LWlllrilnn DANIELFROlIMAN.-.-Manager Ball UbUlVI I Mats Thursday and Saturday. Plnero'a brilliant society comedy Ave acta. The Princess The Butterfly. SEATS rOUIt WEEKS AHEAD. ' KfF II T H ' Continuous Performance. bl 1 II O 25c. HOC. Noon to 11 P.M. CHAN. T. ILI.I3 CO, JOHN C. FOX AND KATIR ALLEN. THE OREAT RIOallAPH. SMITH AND CAMPIIEI.L, OEO THATCHER. DIANA, 3 Rackett Uroi C. W. Llltlefleld, others. Great Show. llCintl lo 11 P. l. Neat. SO Hml no cents. Durlesque LADYE OF K'tJUALITY. Kthel Lrnton, riinon Jt Hlraon., Charles T, Aldrlrh, Haines & Pettluglll, I'rancelll A Lewla. World's Trio, KOSTER & BIAL'S. atir " Sat continued flflfjfl uri rj'Q hio'novelty. SUCCESS OF HI1I1H I1CLU a Kigntly II o'cL ALICE ATIILIITON. OAICEDO, I Last Wn'k and foreign stars. FAUsT UALLET. hi:ii, imc. la, up roriiLMt ocrur. MAT. WEBER &FIELDS'corA.. MAT. Weber fielda score again -Herald To-Day, POUSSE CAPE; To-Day, Ucn "" T,,E noitsT iiuitv. i.cn TICUi In Olloi Lew Dockstader others. II tU. (The World In Wax ATvTayt New I Mra NACK and TIIOftN To Oar THE DENNETT Ml DAL. CINEMATOGRAPH. nrand Concert! Aft. and tCTenlntr. GARDEN THEATRE. r.v.878,:1io?M.,1,s.t.A8Tin. THE FIRST BORN. i'tsVi'it Preceded by INDIAN SUMMER. Mondaj Mad. B(uar Opera Co. In Faust. 51-11 A V , THEATRE. U'way and HUthBU Bj, Ev'irs, HiRO. Mat. Sat. at S. Al BXS-Mlll I Last week of Vots's powerful play. MIIIIA. ALRX4MUIIA. IIEf. lO-MAUDA In "IsKIIOrtAH." Qllflll R'vsay I "A Duse Is made, but DIJUU, and -10th st. an Irwin la born." MAT. TODAY. Evo B:1S. EVt. WOULD. MAY IRWIH T'i?E I Vl$ftmr MANHAnAHET,tKS,.A.,V,ViK,V,r- R'w.y and 33d .tiMY BO Y1S nnflUn "I'FRA 2SD ST. ft H. Only Matinee UllHIIU house. 8T1I AVE. P. M. Saturday. ACOUSTI'S P1TOU Lessee and Manager FRANCIS WILSON KALFA JUNG, HARLEM OPERA HOUSE. .ATIOtL 1HT1I AUTUMN EXIIlnlTlON At Alir.MV Now Open Day and Evening. HP Admission, KDo. ICII..V. N. W. cor. HUd st. and lib av. rollllrm'. Taken at the ringside by tbe MTIMIviWOVK VLltlbCOPE Clllaitv lITl "Jonah" Theatre, R'way ft 39th at, tOVTKVr. LJ'i' """r'"- B. A U P.M. llttlNU Pl.At K TIIKITIIE. rrs: I HTIIAUKS'S beautiful I Sat. bilB operetta. WALDMElhTHl. Mat. H. JULIK KOPACBY and a MAR Cast. PPflPI P'S Madeline of Fort Reno. I bill B.IU VII Scouu.luuiaus, Horses A Lion CASINO! NtwS,co,J?.er'tQOQ Revised Edition' LAST MAT SAT. IVVV COLUMJUS.SSH.'ffi UlinRBV "I"1' I Mallni e Thura and Sat. Wi!ei:.vAYandTA.. I HOODMAH BLIND. ATin Ergs. HllO. Mais. To-dsyauiht 'J: 10. X I UK. Irish Op ra. hllAMUttU'llltlKN, J I Hll RESERVED BEATS, 88. 8U. 7SC. DORIS' WINTER CIRCUS. 4 & KM ETC" OREAT Oia BUO0EH3I Tslrphoue v.l-SSU. iiMl-muiinniii a in. .mi 'llltiiifi II Mnevs DOTH SIDES OF 14TH ST. (Runnlnr- from 13th to 15th St.). NEW ANNEX. NEW ANNEX. Christmas Presents FOR MEN AND BOYS. Of course the ladies buy them, most of them, and therefore WE WANT THE LADIES TO KNOW OUR NEW ANNEX BETTER. On account of the character of the stocks that have been set apart in this commodious six-story annex (on the north side of 14th st. and running through to 15th st.) it is seldom over crowded with people. You can always shop there with perfect comfort. These days it is crowded with attractive gifts for the male members of the human family, and also with Furniture, Bicycles, &c, in which stocks we can suit both sexes. Smoking Jackets and House Coats. tNo better present can be thought up than one of these garments. They interest smokers and non-smokers, they please both men and boys that is, big boys. We suit every taste and pocket. i WOOLEN HOUSE COATS, as soft as elder TUXEDO HOUSE COATS, imported, rever downbut with the wearinjr quality 1 II ' slble plaid, pattern showing as facing at collar of cloth, in restful grays, only . . O.Ol and cuffs; very stylish but also very ? ft TRICOT SMOKING JACKETS, all wool. comfortable I ItY satin facings, pockets and cuffs, quilted SILK PLUSH SMOKING JACKETS, satin linings, colors brown, blue, wine A JQ lined throughout; in the bright colors and garnet ty these are iridescent in their Q in The same with quilted satin lining fa (A gIory "" throughout at U.U1 VELVET SMOKING JACKETS, bound and CHEVIOT SMOKING JACKETS, A Ol braid trimmed, best quality satin 11 QQ wlthfancycordtrimming.asincut.at T-.OI lining; rich and elegant . . . 11.77 MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS, SUITS, HATS AND SHOES Full Stocks in three fine complete stores in the MACY ANNEX. Other Attractions tor bmokers. A LARGE ASSORTMENT of French Briar and Meerschaum Pipes, Holders, Smoking Tables, Tobacco Jars, Turkish Water Pipes, Moistening Boxes, &c, at prices MUCH LOWER 1HAN ELSEWHERE. VWitWyTa VIENNA MEBR- TobaCCO i HfcxtftffFrfffi SOHAUM PIPES "uaw-u (SgTN IwJjjffr'IV', nn1 cigar hold- Jars. PfliiiiBi i i if ERS hl plush caso- Mfk p?fl usual prico 1.00, jn This stylo tVJQ WT J. W?,$ at. ... y Tobacco Jar HSS? ff b ' lt v ill a crcat novelty. Sm3m2i ".'W. m BULLDOG PIPES, K novelty, !sfc3ft) TTI IIW' Wseataar French Brlarwood, -g ff JTrV3 with 2-Incb amber, in doublo plush 1 W ?Tfl?. -t1 1(, j-V case, 14 kt. rolled gold mount- i qq J 3j ' . V I ings l.W LnrRO and varied as- I JT'lul : ' ) f I AIn nmn Btvln lnrn ninn t n. BOrtmcnt of TOBACCO fSuh' ' 1 I .TjU i .'.,i y ' g PP 2.19 JARS. Tho following VrT5 and amber a. i y arc a few of tno styles: 31A- cn. Trench briar I jSTS. PIPES, best qunlity, ) tc gold plated on silver, v -"fes--, .zfgSBJV (44Ss eight styles, finocha. jfeV, ' s? jwrf Wk i4-sJs-Tvr m o l a cases, 4 r 1) -"-" 7 ci..i. r JSUss S worth 3.50... -.4y y S?rS genuine meerschaum pipes (Wi"'3P,?k JX W egg and bulldog shapes, in flno &X. efin'&S 1 ip5' Ji leather cases, sold elsewhere rr '&S$v)k Ar-r5 A. at 2.50 I-Vy k)UJ Also samo Byle, larger pipes ry a u and ambers, worth 8.00 &i1t MEERSCHAUM PIPES, best qual- 3Uc a'- 84o ity, straight and bent, stick bits, j rj JIOISTKNING BOXES for Clgara, OOo., double chamois cases, U.4i and fS'r 1.40, l.UU, Si.24 and upward. Wines, Liquors, Cordials, Cigars and Tobacco. Full lines of fine goods in the MACY ANNEX, in which the standard of Quality is always maintained, however low our prices. Among the cigars are THE MADRUGADAS, Cuban Handmade, our own make, unsurpassed in imported lines. Bicycles, duns and bporting uoods. THE WHEEL and its accessories abound in suggestions for Holiday Gifts. A BICYCLE, A CYCLOMETER, A LAMP, A SADDLE, or something for the wheel for your present to one of the innumerable army of pedal pushers will surely make a hit. You can buy all these things here to the best advantage, and THE WEBSTER WHEEL that you get here now for such a little money will not be surpassed in 1898 by any new fangled, high-priced machine. GUNS, FISHING TACKLE, &c If your list includes a boy or man who is fond of shooting or fishing you an come here with confidence that a very reasonable expenditure will enable you to hit the bullseye in the target of his regard or to catch his favor. FOOTBALL and ATHLETIC GOODS. There are lots of things here to please and delight the boys, big and little. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. OUR HABERDASHERY STOCK offers wonderful opportunities for pleasing your friends and relatives in the matter of Christmas Gifts. NECK WEAR, GLOVES, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, SOCKS and other staples lend themselves readily to this purpose within the family lines, and for the wider circle of acquaintanceship appropriate presents are here in great variety. We have CANES AND UMBRELLAS in great variety. We have MEN'S MACKINTOSHES in ten different styles and prices. Each one is offered at a price which means a great saving over what is charged elsewhere. The range is from 5.0! to 20.U0. MEN'S JERSEYS, CARDIGAN JACKETS and STOCKINET COATS are suitable presents in some quarters. , BATH ROBES offer splendid chances to suit individual tastes in ihe mat ters of color and pattern, ana are therefore very suitable for presents. We have them from 2.30 to 11.2-1. FURNITURE. GIFTS selected from our furniture stock are SURE TO PLEASE the recipients. It Is not t perplexing task to choose a suitable article for anybody here. The following is just a beginning In the way of suggestion i FOR MOTHER, a handsome Desk. We have FOR FATHER, a comfortable Morris them all the way upward In price c JQ Clair. Our range of prices begins 2 00 FOR SISTER, a fine Music Cabinet We have them all the way upwaid In A On FOR BROTHER, a Turkish Couch O (fl price from faOV for lazy moments, upward from . . Uvi There are novelties, too, in all directions, among them a notable collection of FINE SMOKERS TABLES. Among them Is A DANDY, up to date to the last tick of the clxk. It has a musical box attachment and is fitted with a clock, a thermometer, a barometer (aneroid), a moistening box, a cigar cutter, an electric cigar lighter, an electric lamp, and AQ K Q an electric call bell. And yet the most wonderful thing about it is the price . . "a:C7aUU Of Special Holiday Interest is our display of VENETIAN ART FURNITURE on the 5th floor. These ornate hand carved pieces are particularly adapted to presentation purposes and every one of them is a work of art Many of them we without duplicates. aiiijtwiiiHwf West Fourteenth Street. -wJ Have you Seen tJl Our Great Stock of Dolls? 11 SPACE OF THREE LARGE STORES IS DEVOTED TO TH EMI fM EVERyTHING liN DOLLS AND FOR D0LLS1 The largest, finest stock we've ever shown. ) -ad Christmas Specialties in All Departments VM MUSIC EVERY AFTERNOON'! ' 9 IN DRESS GOODS IN LADIES' CLOAK DEP'T M we meat rQUlremtnla of Fashion and Economy with PluthC'apei 0,08 to 40.08 i'f great Triety of Plain nd Fancy FabUca-Blaek Cloth Cap 2.08 to 20.08 4i .,.., . , Jackets Blaok and Colored 3 08 to 80,08 "V and color. at price, ranglna from Vclour Dlou.o Jacket. 16.08 to SSioS JB 10 cents to 1.60 per yard Ooasamers and Storm Cloaks 1.26 to 0.08 ft Dress Patterns neatly tied tor girts Or,.tr.tI.,y-l.0eto0.08 LAD,ES. smT flEp.T $ Our atock of Plaids cannot b equalled " In assortments and Talues .40to.08 . .. .. . w& Ladles' Silk Waists 2 08 to 20.9ft ' I Full assortments of Dlack Goods In all stoplo Ladles' Wool Watsta .08 to S.08 a and new fabrica-plaln and figured .20 to 1.40 Ladles' 811k Dress SklrU 6.08 to 30.08 (- Ladles' Wool Drew Skirts 1.00 to 10,08 A -..-. , Ladlca' Dresses 6.08 to 20.08 W I These Are Busy Times In Ladle,' wrapper. .70 to y.08 CI n.rUNRI nRDTLDTMPNT Ladles' Tesgowna-wool and slllc 2.08 to 20.08 ' k rLftNlCL UtVARImtlN I Ladles' Dressing Bacquos ,60 to 7.08 j No wonder with such splendid Taluei:- Ladles' Sweater. 1.60 to 3.08 rfcmstltch Emb'd Flannels 1 style. ,37 . AJ j Finer Scallop and Hemstitch worth .99 .40 CLOVES " I All Wool Cream Flannels SO Inch; worth .60 .43 J J Fancy Eiderdown, for Cloaking.. Wrappen, The b"1 " eonW tjl! -& and Dressing Sacquee beat color. 12a Ladles' Kid, Silk and Jersey .20 to 2.20 Heary Unbleached Canton.! worth .10., 7 Hntleen'.-Kid Moch Duckskiu. A Cloth lined and unllned .40 to 1,40 ' Ail-Wool Shrunk Skirt Patterns make useful Children's Olore. and Mltts .10 to ,08 s Holiday Present.. 86 "d ,08 W THESE WILL BE FOOriD ON SPECIAL TABLES: H eunicTMic nmnc unn nit CMnunc Children'. All Wool Mittens 10 ' HRISTMASCARDS AND CALENDARS Children'. Fur Top Kid Mitten. .4.0 I Boy.' Astrakhan and Fur Top OIotcs 40 jSiH Cards Thotuuid. 2 cent, to .25 Ladle.' 6 hook Foster OIotcs all .hade. 79 IsSsl Calendar. All the ne w design., 0 oenu to 1 .0 8 Xten. llocba and Dogskin Olore. 08 ,!jSk nand-palnted HoTOltle. 24 cenu to 1,08 ..)' JJ Four .Declal offering. In 'l MEN'S FCIHi.ISHI.1GS LACE BED SETS $ HomeCoaU 3.60 to 6.00 Irish Point and Antique Laoe single -( Neoktles all styles .23 to 1.25 and double bed alto . !Yi& Buspendere linen and .Ilk .10 to 3.60 3 08 value 8 00 6.08 ralue 8.00 ;$ Villi Klght Shlrta-emb'd trim .30 to .86 7.08 value 18 00 0.08 value 10.00 4 iJf Dross Shirts linen bourns .30 to 1.26 , ''.fi Cardigan Jackets-all wool 1.08 to 4.08 Three Rug Bargains Hlf$b Cloth Neglige. Shirt. .70 to 2 20 white Sheepskin nut-3 yard, long 1.07 Wm Blue Flannel double back and breast .08 to 2 40 SlSS Bweater.-all wool. etc. 1.40 to 3.00 BostMoquette S7x80 Inch 1.08 'SSff Half Uose wool and cotton .10 to ,60 Velvet Tape.try 30x731nch 1.7a gg; RAPID SERVICE FOR THE HOLIDAgS I Facilities for quick return of change and parcels are such as will "j? enable Customers to buy with least expenditure of time and trouble M gtnttoforttg, Oroatw,Sc. pi anoTbarg "mn s. 0 SlIuliHj Used Cpnahla. 01JO.OO 1 erl Hew Ilradbury 1TO.OO 1 ChlcUerlor Urand las 00 1 INana Hamlin Oraron 00.00 1 Klaaan Jt Hamlin Oraran 8.ciO 1 Auaerson Uprl.bt 10B.OO 1 Lenox L'prl.lil 00.00 11 Cblcberlna Uprlaht IOO.OO a ;od nrr riaaoe ao.oo lo Ellra tlosd Squurn OO.OU IS Verj PlttBuitra s.oo a aravr UorUIU. 900.00 mail Mnathly Pasmenta. TUB KTBIIMU PIAItO ., 088 FOLTON ST., BROOKLYN, Oapealta aiamank Tbratre. STECK PIANOS. Wareroom. II BAST 11IIT. Full aisortment of these reliable Instrument.. Also a nunvr of sro ond band grand and upright and a lot of square plauo. of various makes ana at all prices, for .ale ou easy terms If required, borne slightly used piano, at great bargains, PIAKUS TO nhT. A Large Assortment of the Celebrated IVlEEtS & POND DMANOS. Alao a number of others, second hand. Including FINE CIIICKERINO UPRIGHT. Hih a-rartf PIAltot T BEtT a specialty. LOUIS J. JOSCKLYN. 10 East loth st. THE GORDON TTPRIGHT. New pianos from $880 upward. Three years payments without Interest 1 also large stock slightly used from S1U0 up. Rents 83 OOltDU.VS. 13B 6th av.. near 80th u AT THE "PIANO EXCHANGE", 100, 107 wVst usd st , uroarway ana uth av. Junction, f new and used pianos, $88 up. Open Bat, evenings. A SPECIAL SALE of .eoond-hand square piano, and cabinet organ. A great chance for n bar gain. The latest Needham atylea at greatly reduced Erlce. and on very eaey terma Also a few seooud and uprlghu Send for prices and catalogue. NKEDHAM 1'UNO AND ORUAN CO , 88 Eaat Uth st, (Onion Square). AT $100 Chlekerlng Uprighti great bargain: mag nlfloant uprlghti beautirully can ad 1 nearly new, BIPULE'B, 7 East Uth st. A FEW used piano, cheap: new piano. 3 monthlyi .xobangefl. rented. CHRIBTWAN. lwr.aat lithat. BEAOTIFOL upright plane, 188. $(13 Stelnway, lSBi new uprlghta, $123. WINTERItOTU, 108 East Uth st , adjoining Btelnway'a, LAROE assortment, slightly used. $80 to $18 rent, $3 1 small Installments. Ouvrtsr Dro. , ID E. 1 Ith.u NEW UPRIGHT Huahlffld7H octave oak, $118 rent. $!l faotory. WKSEIt HROS . 631 West 8d. Tl ELIABLE Connor pianos, .eoond baud. $188; rent XV log. exchanging, repairing) open evenings, 4 East 4id st. SPECIAL DaROAINS In little-used upright pianos guaranteed! easy payments. Factory, WEaER DUOS,. 584 WeetsHdat. fto RENTS 1 t Installments! Chlokerlag upright, O $0(i elegant Weberi bargain. IIAII.N'S, 24 Onion square, 18th. leth.ts. CSQ-T FULL-SIZE nprl.ht piano 1 rent, $8 per sJOO. month. Factory WE8EU BROS , BV1W. 43d. Of rf A LAROE atae upright plauo; guaranteed 1 tplUUi Instalments! factory! rent $11. WEHLHBROS. B84 W.4ndsL A- nn FANCY upright mahogany "piano with Fj3.6J. mandolin attachment! guaranteed. Fao tory. WESElt 1IR03 , 884 West 48d at. 25usintjSU (Chnntw. A RESTAURANT oloae to Broadway clearing over all expenses $1,000 monthly and steadily In creasing! will allow trial to responsible party) price $88,0001 tbe place la handsomely furnished. BO DONALD A WlUOl.SB, 140Naa.au. J7INE boarding and furnished room houaai flues! . part Lexington av,) tlrst-clsjn boarders) 14 room, nicely furnished, price $l,80o McDONALO A W1Q0IN8. 140 Nassau. I EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY 1. offered party J with $10,0001 est.) llshM business) tillet article. UoDONaLO A WIOOINB, UONaaaau. PRINTINO at a few hours' notice 1 10,000 cln ulara. '.-culj and hllih.aos, 40c. per 1,000, EDOAH PRINflNU ANU STATIONERY CO. 6We.tJltttb.t, TJARTNER-COMPANION. Experlmental.practlcal, ; J electrical, other Klencea 1 not dependent! atsoluie I results. AMPEUE. tx)x 4 Sun. Harlem. REGISTER your carts, n agoss, and trucks for the removal of anow for the winter of'UT-OH. Ofllce AMERICAN TRAN8FEU CO , southwest corner Cham I era aud Centre sts. 1)ARTIES who fall to procure patents through Wed . derbura can bare their appllcatlona attended to free of charge. A. M. PIERCE, lawyer, WU Church at. P ATBNT8 for Inventions procured promptlyi low rata. IIOEDBU BttlEBEN, 88 Mu.au tb, N. Y. Established 18S. FOR THE CHRISTMAS II0USE-DECKIH9. M Cushions. Blessings on tho Orientals. ''? ' I who taught us how to mako the houso 1 smile with thenil .' On corner seats and settles, masses of ; them are needed large and rather heavy &'., for the foundation of the nests ono builds (too much "give" Is not comfortable to ' j one's bones); small, light and dainty one Af ; to top off with. On easy chairs, sofas, even J tMi corners of the floor cushions everywhere, ?, Aj for color accents us well as comfffjfe , ' "? 'fii Of tho heavier sorts, none aro quilo so Ann r tvs thoso covered with antique PcrslarPBad- ,lt fi die-bags, showing as rich a sheen, as glorl- & 'j ous combinations of color as tho Iron rugs themselves. V Of tho lighter sorts, beautiful Oriental ' and modern Morris studs, and quaint of tapestries that might have been made la J5 tho middle ages, givo an endless range of coloring and design. ' m Our cushion carnival is full of Ideas for ' W Christmas-decking. K Our warcrooms are full, too, of Christ- , vb mas furniture fancies, at factory prices, - ffi "f3UY OFTHE MAKER" Geo. C.Flint Co. M 43.45and47WEST23TST, V I! NEAR BROADWAY. M FACTORY: 154 ANO 156 WEST I97STRKT ?, CDllfQCfl nutl 5thOO8. Jfl For ilrl. and Young Women Clt and Couutrr II KINDERGARTEN VSFS3ffa i j Mepoyii'atTlmTt'nan'd tigStT"' " nualnea. Cullrgea. I, BOOKKEEPING.--, a. tvicq,,. ,'A Chartered Aocountant. S3 and 8 J Oraraeror Park. W teacbe. by bis rapid method all that pertain, to boofc ' Mi keeping and Accountancy. im-ms w ami. ,-mk A WORSE with blm win materially advance gem. fti V Ml oTCPENTB prep.red for 0. r. A. egamlnatlona, . - PAINE'S Business Institute and School of Btenoss ,V3mM ur rpi,.y,ln.cl rjrpJwr,Un' "veryi uptown. uTT nSllI West 31th it.) bookkeeping, writing. JthrnetlS cor. V respondence. oommerclal law, civil government. --'' grammar, stenography, and typewriting! I day Sfc't "TfiA l".?enS,r.ply"Ur' tr'"" """'t" ' setKcT A Musical. ull FRANZ xTaRENS, Wi JlPfr.uTSS'fe yrfTTs.n'd0 ISSStiZ 'Wi TTVOnsON'S bsnio. manaolln. guitar ooilea-es. 1814 "lljfl iVelimr.'ryc.u.'a: Clly' ''t. &otiH M UanclBB AraaeialM. SI HVaiSS McCABE'S U r. . p.uclng School. HlEa.tI7tU.t. tlvS PrlvaU and claas Uaa.jJayi beglpnur. any Una, $iw T3 ARVARD ACAriEMYTliiith'st. and Park av.. Ed" $ v pltOF. CORD'S. S87 Hudson stWalt.and twoabT Wtl 1 guaranteed lu 10 pr,lM iiSiStnrhS , 5B cho.l. or Phyalcal Culture. 'W ill . . yxtf 'Jm HaaremoveittoOAltNEOIKlIAlVL wiTtaSh..- ? SCiC IM BpyciALcLAHsrumiuya?' uog, yEMciwo."'1, m H Hlacellaaeoaa. - m, JB PARISIENNE TEACIIEIt. graduate aivea IW..I. arMllI grammar, literature. coSwJaVlonnna? ifSlI EiviYoSinM:" uv f asiaac . MM