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I Some Store Features
1 1 Present and Prospective
m A now comcs xc Horse Shew thought and dominates the decorations.
W J Everywhere, ' yellow flames on black, and the store is rampant with
j ft equine suggestions. ,
m" Grolleron's superb battic-piece, " The Rescue of the Colors," now
" K hangs on the east Rotunda wall, and, with its fire and spirit, modifies the
I m grim silence of Fritel's "Conquerors" hanging above it. The Art Gallery
is in new guise, also. Mention should be made of one very interesting ex
!i . hibit now in the Japanese Room, 5th floor, a piece of silk embroidery
I done by Mary Queen of Scots during her captivity under Elizabeth. It is a
W wonderful piece of work, and is fully authenticated.
t ' Other coming events cast pleasant shadows. After the Horse Show,
j Christmas. The store will be worth watching for the next six weeks, if for
H nothing more than the decorations.
j An Early Holiday Hint
H " On the main aisle tables, the place of honor, you will find to-day about
seven thousand fancy and toilet articles of the half-useful and all-beautiful
Hi sorts that hint of gifts. Inexpensive gifts, to be sure, but that is no detri-
W" ment.
W They are in quadruple silver plate, of the best make, too. You can
t j buy sterling articles for these same prices, but not such articles as these.
ME. & C Two lots one at 2Sc, oneatSOc. The former consists of regular
W t W c" Sooc' tlc atter rcSu'ar 75c. goods.
W ! If At 25c Very large button-books, shoe horns, toothpick holders, ring stands, match holders,
$S E' small photo frames, cigar lighters, tapers, vases.
ift ? M At 50c Stamp boxes, cigar lighters, trays, smoking sets, toothpick holders, sponge cups, stamp
ifu '. mi. moisteners.
I I nintiAr A cheerful Place that
1 I "inner Caady Store of ours
& rflVOrs Bright women that love
1 I to deck the tables for little dinners
W W w' touces kindly wit in favors
H I for their guests, great caterers seek-
1 i ing tire latest things in table decora-
W I tions, alike find a visit to our Candy
I I Store like unto a walk through a
S I I meadow full of flowers.
5 r a Candy boxes are there like mandolins, grand
t-JK ' pianos, footballs emblems o many sorts and
' f elegant boxes decorated with silks and satins,
fg, y j hand painting and rich printing.
$ j Ice caps uke birds and flowers, trees with ice
jS h ffi cups in the branches, cherub races fancifully
ap ft K frilled that conceal boxes for ices or confections.
X I I Just now a splendid lot of French Glace Fruits
M ? I in boxes at $1.50 for 5 lbs. these only here,
B, f K dealers would take them at our retail price
I ' No common candies find places on
f , I- our counters. New purchasers are
f- m daily finding that. Common prices
; ' f st are promoted to dignity by repre-
6 1 1 senting finer candies than they ever
m m knew before.
I: rf n& Baaement.
a, 4nl M nniH,o . In the Art Room,
III Paintings on basement a
? I 1 Porcelain delight awaits you
H jte if you are one who finds delight in
1 m m things ceramic. We show a number
m of exquisitely executed porcelain
m- Plaques, in elaborate Florentine
" If frames, and New York has never
If w seen anything just like them.
I M They are painted in a Thuringian
' & village by artists whose training is
' I I the cumulativejtraining of many gen-
& W erations. Tfyeir fathers and grand-
i fathers and great-grandfathers did-
1 m- exactly the same work in exactly the
i m same way. The result is work as
'" ft I Si near to tecnn'ca' perfection as such
1 f H work can be.
f k With these, some vases, plates,
r if bon-bon dishes, and such things
ji' k made in Dresden, and decorated by
jjl K these wonderful Thuringian villagers.
. m As to prices,
am HP A large plate or tray, in lustre green and gold,
SS; M& subject of decoration "Psyche before the
1 H M Cour, Venusi ' ' $17S-
Iff jR' Vases, in lustre greens and purples, gold decc
m mti; rations, classical subjects, $15 to $100.
!! j2 Plaques, porcelain, with classical, Scriptural
Ew, fsKi and historical subjects, and reproductions-of
Kk f ! famous pictures and portraits, from $6 to
B S' $150. Most of these are priced between
5S $25 and $50.
jH fe Xaumenl.
9 m pij.j.., Tastefully made
I m lldrtun and trimmedSgar-
1 if Bath Robes mentSf in desir.
M able solid colors and in an attractive
: m striped pattern. Numerous styles
m and prices which must find imme-
L W diate favor. One kind at $2.50 has
W If loose front, fitted back, girdle, and a
H K satin-bound turn-over collar. Other
gh if kinds are proportionately low priced
m W at $3, $4, $5 and up to $10.
' K Beud floor, Fourth areou.
if w' n,ii , j The sale of
B H at Quarter-Prlce o 13.
IE if s aa spectacles is to be discon-
M m turned, and those now on hand are
III ft marked for speedy sacrifice. Not
j r simply a slightly reduced price, but a
Hr nca that represents only one-quar-
f i W, ter actual value. Any sight can be
&t tt suited. Three lots. Choose from
W fe either at 35c. each.
m K Lot 1 Skeleton eye-glasses, nickel and gold-
r l$r. filled mountings, cork guard.
W Lot 2 Nickel-plated eye-glasses, cork guards.
1 W 3ft. Lot 3 Bronze, steel and golji-fiUtd eye-
fi B glasses and spectacles straight and riding bow.
a Wm Brt.dwr.
A Letter Th.olto;Bl
from London .""co
spondent of " The Haberdashers,"
an accepted authority on men's
fashions :
"Bandanna ties, in sailors' knots, are all the
rage now for morning as well as afternoon wear
that is, with lounge suit as well as with frock
coat ' ' get-up. The favorite kind is, in color
or colors a mixture of sunset-reds and Autumn-leaf-bronrns
quite a poetical tie, if it were not
knotted so neatly, and generally worn by the
smart man. Others have pale, dirty-looking yel
low grounds, with a red and green whirligig pat
tern on them; and another kind rather a favor
ite with dark men have light sage green
grounds, with dark bottle green patterns. The
mixture of the two greens is not at all startling, as
the grounds and patterns are printed in such a way
that one hue merges into the other without show
ing any definite line of changes."
Our buyer for men's "fixings"
was in London when the craze broke
out. Classen, of Paris, and Beale &
Inman, of Bond St., London, made
grand displays of these startling ties.
Twenty-five dozen of them are
here, the first in the country, at
One Dollar Each.
Men't I'urnlihlns Store, Klnth itreet.
$3 Shoes would find very
fnr Mpn htUe dlfficu"7 m sell- .
ror wen Jng the avcrage $3
shoe for $2.50 or even less, and very
often do so. But we do better even
than that. Instead of breaking the
price, we put a dollar's worth more
of goodness into the shoe, and sell
for $3 what is the $4 grade of the
every-day retailer.
This is a popular price and we
have shoes at the' figure that are
bound to be strong favorites. There
is good choosing. You may select
from
Cordovan Box Calf Waxed Calf
Winter Russet Enameled Grain Tan Calf
and you will never find more shoe
worth for the money. The service
ability is assured in advance. The
style and shape and fit will be all that
you can wish them.
Tourth avenue and Klnth street.
Another Good s ?
Thing in Clothing 00Trop
made from cheviots, blue and black,
and of striped worsteds. It is a lot
composed of what is left of many
lots, and priced as odds and ends
are generally priced, low enough to
go quickly
$3 a Pair.
And they are very good trousers.
Second floor. Fourth avenue.
Some Matters of ItV?
Very Rne Lamps J
not much more than one-half what
they naturally would be does not in
the least detract from their unmis
takable artistic excellence. They are
Banquet and Reception Lamps, in
the highest class of decoration, and
they are priced this way:
At $15 instead of $25.
At $10 instead of $15 and $20. "
At $5 instead of $7.50 and $10.
At $3 instead of $5.
The bulk of these are of the finer
sorts.
Buemeut.
1 I JOHN WANAMAKER
s. - m Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts.
M -rrz
u W gtmtatt gUisotw.
y NEW JERSE
J ffl THE LAUREL HOUSE,
with M Lakewood, New Jersey,
.i....jl la now open for th stuon. and 1 the only one ot
BDUnQMr the Utet hotel now open. In all Ui rear there 1
Gormr.S uo mora beauttful month in lAkewood than October,
njojjf PAVED B. g&TJMKK. BUimger.
iff IJ-I-P-A-KB. lOforOoenUatdnuxUU. Thej-tua.
jfcl JVhila and prolans UI. Oaeciru relief,
yz u-Jb
gggS 4
Z.OBT.
Certificate Np. U,Btj7. for .five (8) entree Louie
nils and Naativ He lUHiwul foianiur" Hock, in
Berne of JKAN D. MrliEuVTvUUd W. IS. lita
All perebut are warned asatuet nesotlattnc tUs eauae.
JOiST; diamond bird pin, with enamel watca. Imt.
'ins clover ouone raeraod ooronet and mono
cram on other. Mberal reward for tie return to
LEHLir, 143 Tifth t.
cPUUttna attS tmmlinj.
SEAL tee-ut, and eaoea altered, Into faahtonabU
carminu at lowcet ulcee .
1 SABXS'3,llaWtitltast. 1.
'
A Goodly Feast of Substantiate
A GENTLEMAN told on of our salesmen the other day that
he would as soon eat a dinner of scraps as read a collated
" Library." He didn't understand the difference between the
International Library of Famous Literature
and its predecessors. If this gentleman ordered roast beef for dinner he
wouldn't want an entire roasted ox set before him, but a good satisfying
slice or two. This Is what the "International" gives him. From long
elaborate works too extensive for a single reading, a good juicy slice or two
Is given, enough to satisfy any ordinary appetite
The word "scraps" cannot be truthfully applied to the "International.
There are no mere fragments. v
Wherever an author can be properly represented by a complete story,
poem, essay, oration, sermon, address, etc., it is given complete. For example,
take the story-tellers only. We give a list selected from a few of the volumes
of the authors who are represented by complete stories:
B.TTetr Mitchell Octave Thenet . Stephen frane
Kate DangUt Wleirln prosper MerlmM Mary N. Murfrr e
Mien Olney Kirk Start Kdseworth Maurice Maeterlinck
Rebecca Hardlns Darte Charlotte M. Ynuge )".. T. W. UbOmann
UlchaM Uardlne DTla Rlr Walter Bcott Cbarlee Lamb
Jarael ZancwUl Robert Louie Bterenson Peter O. Aebjornien
Jlret Ilerte Uarearet of S arre ' tiny de Maupataant
KdwardEwnsttnele Charlea Dlckene Mark Twain
1". Marlon Ciawford lloury C. Bnnner Han Chrtatlan Andenen
Oeorae W. Cable illlam Henty Bluhop Unuh Miller
Aleiande r 8. Puehkln Francea liodnenn Burnett John Roekin
Rudyard Kipllne Itoae Terry Cooke 'Waehlnaton Irrlng
Alphoi ee Daudet Marcaret Deland Boccaccio
EdirarA.Poe Vllllara Oilmour Blmmi Itabclaie
Nathaniel Hawthorne Joel Chandler llarrla Fenelon
Mrs. IV. K. CllOord John Fox, Jr.
These are only a few of the story-tellers, and all the story-tellers are only
a fraction of the authors represented in the latest and greatest of libraries.
Because the Library sweeps the literature of all nations and times . '- -
from "The Oldest Story in the World" to the successes of this . J Q&
present year, it is 'truly INTERNATIONAL. It is also in- jitaJ -Blflfl
ternalional because its makers are the foremost literary men JIlwflLSw'aiVtL llul
of the two hemispheres. DONALD G. MITCHELL, equally jSHrn vKjfl
well known as Ik Marvel; ANDREW LANG, the MKm WW,
eminent English scholar and critic; Nathan J&K&&millK9VK KM'
Haskell Dole, Forrest Morgan, ancTCarolinc HHS5a5wf v
Ticknor are well known to every one inter- ammSmmiemiMJMfsaY. Tf -.
S B & Ji lS?j yO&UeWulkx' . Thn Cluh nrico la only one-
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55 mSK Jlli f WwSwSwy octavo volumes, in any style binding
3 s fiSS Wi 'irS rfHuri d'Tered complete to Club members
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a 5 t 3 IsSnS; ImfiiMptMSiy fee, and for IS months thereafterpaymonth
S 5 ' I W IJMTltW' : 2 for doth b:ndinE $3 for half morocco
" at 5 J cIISjB'Jw (which we especially recommend), or $4 for
lla'a B Wli&BeW sumptuous three-quarter levant A member may
OJk O -fj ?i S o ilslf&li relurn the set with!n 10 'by and have W money
Ifislk' "i "' l!?MiK87 Specimen pages and full information mailed free,
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th Sts., N. Y.
iWaLaDOUCLAsf
I SHOES UNION MADE
1 Wmf FOR BOYS j
vaBare tho lirgent manufacturers In the ( s
M ' world eclllue; eliora direct to the j t
( I wearer on n one profit basb, throuf U our I
2 ( 69 exclmlre retail itorel. jj
i I We Invite luipectlon, and are confident J
J . we can convince 3011 that there la no necea- jK
Ity for pitjlnj; fancy prices for your foot- 2?
wear. V. L. Doutlaa elioes rcpretcBt the t f
1 belt yon e la ret at any price. The aam '
I I quality elsewhere wonhl cont CS to $6. All! I
I I the lateit (tjlei. Every kind of leather, m
SAtl aUee and wldthi.
See them at our Exclusive Stores, A
I IKBW TORE: 1311, 1940 Broadway. 43 S
JE Oortlandt Bt , B74, 2202 3rd Ave., Ole) W. X
V 120th Ot. , 340 Eighth Ato. , 1 14 Fulton Bt. Jlf
W BKOOSI.TK: 708, 710. 1387 Broadwar,
W 431 Fulton 81, 404 Fifth Ave. A
Of JRBatTT OITT: to Newark Ave. S
e$ NEWARK: 703 Broad St. $
&5joo3t(romooOwa
fe pJNTpbffifCTlNITUIlE
Dutch-Like Domestic Feeling in
Dining Rooms.
A bit ot Flemish or Dutch furnlturo In tho
dining room gives a delightfully quaint
effect. All of ours has tho Dutch plc
turcaquouess combined with great skill
and workmanship.
Souin dining tables havo Dutch cabriole
legs and heavy centra supports gracefully
carved. Others havo FiemiBh twisted legs
nnd carved edge round or square. Ono
sideboard of Flemish oak Is puncllcd with
Delft Tiles and Is only 504,00; ono has end
doors oddly set back at their outer edge.
Albo charming little irregular hanging
cupboards, plate nud spoon racks ; and odd
Flemish dining chairs with black embossed
leather seats and backs with or without
arms, all nt factory prices, which are low
oat, as you
BUY OFTtie makjzr"
Geo. G.FLint Co.
43.45AMO 47YYEST23;sr.
WEAR BROAPWAV.
rACTDrrv: 154-and 156 west ISTstbcet
GEO. A. CASTOR & CO.
Tailors,
241 BROADWAY,
Opp. Cltv Hall Tark.
Reliable Goods at Moderate Prices.
Suits to Order $20 to $40.
&wt-
Pjou want a vateat quick, call or writ to ,
LAWYKB. rooitt 01. 55 Liberty el, M.Tf.
PATENTS for lnventlona proenxed prompUi low
rtt. liOEDEK b lilUKbim, 8 Maaaau it., M. V,
EaUbUabtdltSi, r-,.,
; Colletg ana jSt&oois.
For Girls & Youns TTomon City Country.
St. Martha's Industrial School,
BBOXXV1XI.E, N. V.
Cnder the charm of tbs SISTERS OF BT. JOSEPH OF
NAZARETH (EpUcopal). IndtutrUltralnlnc fortfrla
ofcood character to make thrm eood houeekeepera,
Tenne. aino n year. So vacation.
Tor Boya and Vounc aren City and Country.
SACRED HEART ACADEMY.
Select Oithollo Boardlne School; a4vantacea un
BUrpassed; new building A: new oral; ritea reaaonable.
Brother AUflUBT. Weet Cheeter. W. Y.
MADISOK HCIIOOL, 071 MADISON AV
With the lit of Kovf mberoiMus Ita new department,
to nit. the Electrical Laboratjry. Course two yean
vovera practical work and theory theroof. A limited
number of nutuldeni admitted. Reatlnna in labora
tory and lecture In tho afternoon. ITlee l60for
balance of tho achool year.
O. VON TAUPE. Principal.
(S29Prtrai'F.iDrrilItF.arnull5': young boya ex
t)jj cliutelr: mburbiu location: exception
ally healthfni: nnccaslnff pereonal nupenrUlnn.
HEMPSTEAD. IQSli ISLAND. INSTITUTE.
til n MONTH Boya' boardins acbool, iacludinc
pxr board, tuition. Ac; near Tort lee ferry.
Boa 103 Edgewater. N. J.
Jtrulnex CoIIecei.
BROWNE'S. (38th Year.)
Brooklyn Btitlnsi Colleeo and
School of Hhorthand, Typwrltlne JSc,
XiU Fulton St., corner Clark,
., Near Bridge. Day and Evening.
Individual Lesioni. Begin any time.
GREGG'S SHORTHAND the future atenographyi
actual bnainrai; bookkeeTlng. Ilntherford'a
Bchool.SL Jamea Bnildlng. Broadway and aoth.
aiuncnl.
PIANO INMTEIUCTION.
Careful, competent teacher; epedal attention to
beglnnera; tenne reaeonable. Addron
LENA IlItDANO.loa Eaat 100th at.
AT 112 EAST 18TH 8T ThoONLT
A H. Y. CONSERVATORY, 112 East IBth St.
The FAMOUS MUSIC SCHOOL. Now open
V'OICKS cultivated to hlgheet perfection by flnlahed
pnpU of the matcbleai Marcheal of Paria: mod
erate tenna. Addreas SlNaiNOTEAClIF.lt, 380 Welt
60th et,, or call a to 9.
Bchoola for I-ancuaeei.
INSTITCTK OP LANGUAGES.
French, aerman, Italian, Hpaniib.
00 1 ttth uv.. enuthrnit corner 40th at.
DBS. PAUL BEBOY. HKIUJANN BCUCLZK.
Montclnlr Inntltutn uf Korelsn Limgiinsri,
818 Orangd road. New Jertry. Board and day achol
are. At leaat learn Portugueie and Spardah and do
bmlneis from North to South Pole.
;
Dancing Academlei.
BUHSS lyicCABE'S
Dancing School, 21 Eaat 17th at., nearB'way,
Private and clan leon dallri beglnnera any time.
HUDSON ST., 687, near W. 1 1th at. TTalta and two
tep guaranteed In loprlvateleaaone;5;clrcular,
YALE :P Rill ClIfON
FOOTBALL GAME
AT PBINCETON,
8ATUEIIIA Y. NOV. 13, ISOS.
8PECIALATr.AINS
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
A. M. A. Br.
l.V. TKST 83D KT , lOltb lliSMI
LV. COllT. ANI BESB, STS. ,.10i8O 11)80
IlRrUlUiINO AITKK GAME,
$2.00
rOK Till! BOUND T1UP.
DUEl'-SE. PISHINO.-Bteamer ANQLKlt. dally,
except Mondayej fare. Mo.; te at. E. B.. 7:JS
Battery, a 03; Olcl Billable Pilot Al loiter on board.
J.MS1I1NO off Jerery coait Wedneiday beet catch of
the eeaaon; codftah, haddock, plenty blackflah,
ea bate, llngi; aUuber ANOIJilii far. 60 cte, Al
I'oeter. pilot. J
YEBY OOOD riSIIINa.-eteamer yOBTEB, dally
except Mondaya and Saturdays, front East 33d et,
7stG; Battery, H.iU ebarp: lire 1, with 8 buuehea
bait will (u lo Cholera Banlta, weathf r permitting.
i T"" ""
TBE ORIENTAL FAXSUBT
and Aatroloaer. Wonderrutl Aatoniahi-gl Uarveloul
The meet wonderful character reader- UvlBg.
Advice on all altalra of Ufa.
tarlora Big cth ay., sppoilU Wallorf AJtorUvBom,.
iBi
Furs.
Soal C'onas, London I.vo, .
f 8110.00 nnd 3145.00.
Persian -iamb Coat, Lclpslg' Bye,
8125.00.
Alnskn Snblo Stoic, with seven tnils storm collar,
9SA.OO.
COLEiAUBTTIS, BOAS.
Chinchilla, with storm col- Stone Mnrtou, with six tnils,
Inr, four paws,
85S.OO 8-4. "O
Rllnk.with cluster of twelve
Mink with ten tails, storm tnils,
collar nnd tabs. $13.50
$28.00 Skunk, with cluster of elffht
tails,
Skunk with six tails nnd two 910.00
heads, storm collar, MUFFS.
r314.oO - .
IersiuuLnmb,5.0U&$0.50
Electric vseal, nine inches !ffi!k 'skioandKiS
deep, storm collar, Stone Mar ten, -two
87.50 stripes ..... 2.5o
Blue Fox MutT nud Animal Scarf,
SIO.'OO Each.
James McCreery & Co,,
Twenty-third Street.
Dress Goods.
V
Venetian and Broadcloth,
all the fashionnble shades,
81. OO to 83.25 per yard.
Tailor Suitiugrs, a wide
rnng;e of colors nnd tex
tures Including; the latest
importations of Meltons,
Cheviots, Homespuns nud
Camel's Hair,
81.25 to 83.50 per yard.
Heavy Cloaking; Fabrics.
brown, blue or black, solid
colors or mixtures,
82.25 and 82. 50 per yard;
I'orrucrly 83.00 to SI. 00.
James McCreery & Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
)
West 14 St
5,,REUABLEW
CARPETS
"BUYING FUTURES"
is a tad thins for the dabbler in stocks, but
when choosing fiirnishlng-s tho futuro
should be considered.
Antique Oak Bedroom Suites,
$10.80.
(3 pes. Buieauhas French lad-plate Mirror.)
A " lasting assurance " accompanies everyone-
ot our "Keliublo" Bargains.
CASH OR CREDIT
(OWPERTHWAIT -
104 106 and 108 West 14 St.
NEAR 6AV.
BrcoMvn Stores: gatbusfa Av. near Rton St.
WEBER
PIA-WO W-REaOOES,
COEJiEB BTH AV. AD 10TH BT.
55100.00,
either In rash or ray monthly ptrmrnta, will bar a
medinm.lzoHTUYVKSANT ifl'ilKJirr 1'IAXO.
7HocUTtf, fully warranted, durable, reuahl,aa
of Rood ton. quality,
Tbla Inurnment may bo exchanircd at any time
within five year from data of purenaaa for a new
1Y-UEU PIANO or a new WU-kOOCK l'MM3, when
a fair allowance will bo made, or If exchanged wltblu
on. year the full prica paid for aanio will be
allowed.
Catalogue, and full particular, mailed free to any
addreu.
OLD INSTBUIIUKTS TAKEN IN EXOUAKOE.
Cor. Fifth Ave. & Sixteenth St
POPULAR
PEASE PBANOS.
Direct from factory to purchaser, at prices that defy
oompetltlom easy terms. NP-LIAL ItAltGAJM
in slightly used pianos. CaU or write for catalogue.
l'AMK PIANO CO.,
aifl-asuWest 8dt.. near 8th ar.
OTE1NWAY A BONa.'l65 East Kth at. New York,
O offer for sale a large stock of used pianos of their
own and other manufacture, acquired by exeban.
for new Bteinway pianos. Bsbullt Steinways will
be fully Buaranted. The prices range tor Btein
way uprlghta S3C0, Bteinway grands 4U). flteln.
way squares s:uo and upward. Othei maVc.ui.
rlznU tlOO; grands (ISO; squares t&O and upward.
Beware ot bogus btelnnay pianos at priral. and
public sale.
BAKQAlNB.-UpriBht piano, 70 Chicktriug grand,
(150: squares, 120 up: eisy payments.
0UU18 1 MAS. 1U East 14th at.
1JA110AINH. New upright i iana. I3B, Sohraer,
.t Bteinway, sacriflces. WlNTlillBOTH, 106 East
Hthst.aud 1H 6tha.
0I1DON Ul'HIOllTa, new. -.17.00 mo . ...$2r.0.00
Oordon, sllghtlynaed U 00 mo. . ,$2O0 00
11ENT8 LOW, Large ariaty to select from.
6 OHDOS'8. 130 Fifth aT bet, aoth and 31st sts.
AliOE aasortraeut, slightlytistd, trio lolips: rent,
til, small Install uitnts. OuTrlerUros..iaK.Htbst.
MASON HAMLIN CU.
are offering some unusnsl bargains In pianos which
hav. been rented one season. ;i hoy are In perfect
condition and may be rented with privilege of pur
chase or bought on Installments. ,,
V-T.roomai 3 "" West 18th St.. N. Y.
EELIABL Connor pianos, gusrinteed high grade
medium prices; easy terms, re-tlng, cl nglng,
rapalrlng. 4Eat3d.
, ausruunt,
n j-,,-, xrLnj-iinj-LO-i n n n - in.ri.n. n n -irrii -i-a..a,'i''i""' " iir s
TALEJ-BINCETON rOOTBAUi OAlIl!,-Choi
seau at Jonas' theatre, tlokct efflct, Attvt -VHtt,
yiepot.t;o7VoxUafl$, r ,
i
MasA(thu4tBu - - a-ia-i
HBHBtt U I
-
gmngemtutg.
G A Bl DKN THEATUE, 27th st. - Madison ay.
-m-vatw Ercnlnca. 7.48. AIat.at2.
CUABLE rilOUMAN.. :..:.:.:;:..." .TManiger
LAST THltF.E WEEKS.
TO-NIOIIT AT 7l,
Mil. RlCIIABU '
PAS-SPSBE,D
CYEANO DEBERGERAC,
Dr
EDMOND I10STAND.
Only Matinee Saturday.
Beats now sslllnKfor the remainder of engagement,
which terminate Saturday, Not. 2i.
special tuanksoivin'o vkx matinee.
J T Tst ff T Drosdwsy and 30th st.
CS .JI QJ HJ Mats. Wednesday- Saturday.
11 AW
IVI Q- W DERALD-- Th.
BBlfint I moit emphatic hit
IRWIN, h-
KATE KIP, Buyer.
nftDnnMTHEATRE. 3-5th St., ncr Droadwar.
Hoi t at AIcK.ee, IrfMcei. Charles rrohrnan, Mauatfer.
' An lndiipuuble aiicccm." Herald.
Chirle Frohmau Preiwnu
AIMIMBE RUSSELL
and treat raat, pre-.ent.njr
OATE-iEKflff-E.
Matinees Wcdncadsy and Saturday.
WALDORP-ASTOR GALLERY:
llondsy and Tuesday Mornings, Sot. 14 and 1G,
at 11; Wednesday Evening, ho v. HI. at 8:15,
Major J. B. Pond announces three lectures by
ES. AlGW:iS..
I. Hction the Highest Torm of Truth. II. The
Ghetto. III. Tho Drama a a Fins Art.
Beserred seats. t2. Admission st door. tl.
Addresa J. B. POND. Eerett Honse. New rorlc.
MADISON SQUARE ggE
sn aiONTH. f,nT
Charles Frohman presents H n f&i
You'll Laugh TJ7JJ&
Never Laughed AEvD
-Utt-Nt-tardir. OTF'F'
Evci. 8:30. Mat. 2:15. -y- C
TAMERICAN42
- ,r CASTLE SaOPERA Ca8!?AVL
??iS"ir PIRATES OF PEHZANCE,
Eto'8:JB. ;.., DOC 76c..t 1.00. Mat.,l,100re..25c.
SOOTH .TIME, PflRHFH NOVEL
NOV. 14. UHltWl-n. SOUVENIRS.
HORSE SHOWT"
, The box office at MADISON SQUARE QArtDEN will
be open to the public, from 0 A. 11. until IP. B,
TODAY for tho salo of resened seats and boxes
fnr the aeason, and ou and after Friday, the 11th of
November, for reserved aeaU for any single per
formance. KNICKKltUOCKKU, 11KOADWAY t- HTH BT.
VIOLA. ALLEN "".KrMF8-
THE CHRISTIAN WU. W and Bat.
XOTE.-MIs ALLi:N will continue her V. Y. en
gagement at the OABDEN TIIKATBEL beginning
Monday, Nov. 28. Beats raady MondsyTNov. 31.
HC-TA-I. Herald Square 1 .,NothJn I
IHVICb Theatre. 35?h st Uln- I
qnV B'way, Evga funnier on I
TyS"3l 8 HO. Mats. Wed. th. stage." B
TKl'V 60th (Souv.) Pert. Bunr ' I
TMon.NoT.i4. g------i
I-OStTK-, & BIAS'S, affl1
WILLIAMS AND WALKER rffiBS.
Hawthorn. Sister. Monroe Mack and others.
BUIILE30UE AND FOUEION VAUDEVILLE 8TABS.
Popular Sacred Concert Next Sunday Et.., Nov. 13.
WALLACE'S. B'"r- I Kenlngs,8:l.
80th st. Bat. MaUnee, 2.
.Tini aTEnx,
In Frances Bodgson Burnett's fc StephenTownrsend'a
A LADY OF QUALBTY.
PASTOR'S eoNTiNtJous
12 NOON TO 11 P. M. SEATS 20 AND 80 CENTS.
Harry Wataon - Allc. Untcblnga.
SS!1" . .. , . Countess Von IlstrfcUt.
Matthews - Harrla. Cyr - mil. Cook Clinton.
LYCEUM -SOTHER.
MATINEES Thursday and Saturday. 2,
A COLONIAL nillli . . . . .
A COLONIAL U1UX . . . ! !
GRAND K'A?.?. I . cable cabs
uimnu house. I PAsaTUEDOon.
TO NIOHT. JAMEH O'NEILL I NEXT KEr K-Hoyft
IN "MONTB rrtlSTO." "A STllANOFiriN
MAT. BATUUDAY. I NEW YOIUL."
n'AIJMtltF AKTOKIA.
TmsAMo?NiNo HALL CAINE.
BEATS. $1.00 AND t2.00.
MURRAY sEffi'IIAT EVERYDAY.
U fOCK COMPANY. WEEK -ftWILLt.
WEBER & FIELDS' 5SW.i:
E-XJEU-- 3trLx-r
and the new burlesque. Ci-ANOSEd. IlIitC-ABKAO
(tas. BAM T. JACK'S Tbatral
rai Broadway and 2th at.
H -.? VP bHOWa EVEBY DA. 3 AND 8.
Ssf3fe. The Mock Turtle. A Warm Keception.
W3r May Kella rd. Oorgeous Pie tnrea.
14TH ST TnEATBE. cor. uthav. Mats. Wed. -BaT.
IIIII Ol. I-jitweekof CHAUNCKY OLCOTT.
Last Times of SWEET INNlfiCAItBA.
NextWeek-TUK VILLAOK POSTMABTKlt.
50th Performance Tues.,Nov.ia. Handsome souvenirs
MANHATTAN theatre, nZ
mnnnni inn .,S(J fc nroadwsy. ftv?-CC?y.
pACKhDUOuaESTiic TIIDTICQ9U
rilENCU TAHCE. I HI: lUHlLC sS-311-?
THE WORLD IN WAT, tm aaMNKWWABOBOUPsT
-EU-3-xr Wi TTSE-aEa.
Hear th. Uypsy Music. -Vb ClNhMAlOUHAPII.
HARLEM SSftSA. ULIPUTIANS,
In tho Oolden llorseaboe-givrn In English,
NuY 14.-lloyf a A DAY AND A N Kill I,
DFH9PV Broadway Burlesquers.
.T..!i.lH,B i,".0 on. Joliw Kernell,
TUKATHE. Fields nnd Lewis. Mala, .iatly.
CASINO I WIST TIME N.xt SuTuptaTETB,
-C-'opinAlLytlr'naraii-.
TBVINO PLACE TnATKE.-To-nighL rrIdaFTe7.
fottagtauiug. II
nuKAsmir cONTINUOUri;". 'ffl
I ALAb- PKnFotisiANri ri a.2, 11
DmUT OP ffKI.LlK MrlinNllvi Hi
AL. LEECH AND THE 11 IWKni'Ps. Lvnu -
DnrAMSIAmrrlran r-nparatice,LW)DKllVAI.Tr Mif
ADhXMAN AND LOWE LOUIBH bASXOUD JLVi VI
BALMO, MANY OrilEI-l 'l!,l) ml
MO AUVANCII AN PniCKS-83b 60e. Ml
PROCTOR'S Continuous Performance 2? I
, ANNI BUTHEHLANI) fe CO. SrVotheV denl, 1
JAM TH01INTOV W1LMRD SIMMS, " CORv' MS
ALLH, UAI.I. AND STALKY, SHNE AND LTASa 13
OEitTlfe COCUltAN, WAltOItXplI. MANY OTHrfii II
PRELIMINARY NOTICE:
"THE i
BATTLE "fl
SANdJIAN HEl!" .
The Orandrst Spertntla ever nresenteii n
... nny stngo In tnei world, "
WILL BE PRODUCED
PLEASURf PALACE
- MONDAY,NfMOV. 21.
the tyom.li. 01'""'' "
-80 PEOPLE IN THE CAST. '
Kr'20 Horses, tho Real Rough Rldcrt.
tho 7 1st Kcglmont IJoj-s and tho
Gallant Colored Troops.
ALL ACTUALJJARTICIPANTS.
C?"TME hero of the hour
COLONEL ROOSEVELT
AsTTha Vnllant Commander,
General "Joe" Wheeler.
W-Tlie Intrepid "negiilnr" Loaders,
GENERALS LAWTON AND KENT.
ALL 1'AITHFULXY UEPnEsnjJTED, ALT.
BCKNEUY 1NI (JOSTU3IING IllstoiVl.
CALLY 3IAUTELLOUHLY ACCURATK.
A proditotlnn to nulcken the) puis, nnd
stir the blood. A battlo sceno that has
liever been aurnnsscd. An object lesson for
American pntrlots.
-STWATCH THE NEWSPAPERS 1
Brondway j'-H- Sat. Mat.
FRANCIS WILSON and Company.
THE LITTLE COnPOBAL, LI
.NEXT WEnK, 8EAT8 NOW 8EIXIN0. R
JEFFERSON Dt AN6ELIS I THE JOLLY M
OPERA COMPANY. I MUSKETEER. l
By Julian Edwards and Stanislaus Btange. IB)
KeguUr prices il.oo, fl.00, 75 cents, 0 eenls. IE
This (Thursday) Aflern-on, 'I
COMMENCINO AT 1 O'CLOOK SHABP,
AT THE BROADWAY THEATRE, 1
ANNUAL BENEFIT OF THE Jm
ACTORS' FUND OF AMERICA. I
ENORMOUS ALL-STAR BILL I
Constituting an Unprecedented Entertainment. sssl
ALL Volunteers will Appear.
To-nlcht nt 8llfl.
BOStQn rrocrnraniei
SymphOnV SCHUMANN, symphony, 0 major H
Orchestra Xo Ss SCUAUU'irNK:-i' concerto
Mr Rprirk'e for p,anofortc' B flat mlam- " I
TONDCCTOC, STRAUSS, no-roem. "Don
AND Juan;" tTAGNElt, Prelude and H
ROSCnth-l. Isoldo'a Love Deatn (TrlsUn and 9J
Isolde).
Subscription tlclcta and stncle llc-eta for (he first f9
evonintr concert on sale at HoxOJnco nnd at Tyson's ftn
tllflh Aenne Hotel) t rccnlar prices. 7Sc. to tl.60. Kl
CAIINL'OIE HALL. Next Knndny Nl.ht. W
second Emil Paur
Poptl'ar SYMPHONV onnnESTRA.
SLindnV Kntlinrlne Illoodsood.Oontralt. W
X '. Mux Iuinzer Tiolmlsi
Concert Jcssls anay Pianist.
Ilea, seats, no on sale, KAc.,AOo., 7o. Boxcs.SS,
DlrectlonjJ.ICTOB 1 HBANE. Knabe Piano uaed.
PNSPIRP THEATIIE. Broadway and aoth it.
cmnnc i:venlns, 8:10. Uattnees. 3:1S,
CHAHLES FROHMAN......... Uanascer
"The Liars' lias cau.Ut on here as it did In Lon
don." Herald.
Mr. Charles Frohman preaenta
MR. JOHN DEEW
In Henry Arthur Jones's comedy,
PJs TT.t-El.g-.
Matinees ednes day and laturday.
ea-SrA A THEATRE. R'way : 28th st.
SaB.lflJWfi E1JWIN KN0WI.KS M.nsssr
L"-sir 4 ONI! WKKK ONLY-
CacIrasa-Mi? JOSEPH JEFFERSON I
in KIH VAN WIKEiJ.E. M
Wednesday. November 10. Matinee. THE RIVALS.
. Theatre closed thla wee. Hj
Box office open dally W A. IT. Mr. Ward. Trees. H
ACADEMY a.Srvinpl. I
E. O. Oilmore and Eucene Tompkins, Props. - UtTS, saa
SOlTYKNIltM, OWnTerformanc Taeaday, Nov. IS.
mmm ofe. :m. I
Manacement Jacob Lltt. JM
SO HORSES and 200 PEOPLE IB Mammoth Scenes. TV
Mats. Wed, and Bat. -. Ergs. 8:15. -W
MTU OTDCCT THEATRE. Cor. ether. I
Vt I si Ol ttCC I MATINEES WED. A RAT.
Reserved seats. Orchestra Circle or Balcony, Mh.. ,
FOSI1IVKLY LAST WEKK or '
CHAUNCEY OLCOTT.
In Auzustm Plton'a best of Irish plays,
SWUKI INNIaCAHTlA.
Next Week-THE VILLAOB POSTMASTER.
COth Performance Tnes .Nov.lB.Handsome souvenir!
-fOTIJJQ CONTINUOUS PERrOBMANCfi
i-l-il 1 fl W Balconies, 26c. Admission. 60
Front Orehestrs, 7c Box Beats. 11.00. Boxes Iles'd.
MINNIE DUPRCR In " Too Happy by Ualf."
Falke and Bemon, Kate Davis and a splendid lilt or
American and European attractions.
HIOORAPU: qUEEN mLHELMlSA.
BT. NICHOLAS
323JffiBBEI3
uotn ot. ivest, near uoiumtma a.ve. v
Open U th Pnblie Dally, Iticept Mondavi. w
PEttrESTICE. SlCATEaTHEE. , IB
MENKELSSOIIN IIAXL. W
First Concert Tuesday Evft. Nov.JB.atfl! C, m
THE KNEI8EL QUARTET 11
OF TI0STON7 , . I
Bea. Beat, tl.60 now at Bchgberth's. 88 Union Sq. I
MnRQP A, choice Arena and Tier Boxst
liunoc for sale at tha offlc. of the ,
SMTI-f NaUonal Horse Show Association,
'"u 10 East 2M St.
UnBmB J Mat.. Wed, and Bat-. 3 o'clock.
STAR THE F1N1SHQF MR. FRESH. SL-JSf
Next Week-My Trlend From India. Ore.. 60.
35t0ol$liu jnuwemtntfJ.
HOYT'S HAPPIEST HIT UT
Ui-l -HP d Mifi HL nABXA,. '
NEST WFEK-BTllAND COMEDY CO.
IN A BRACE OF PARTKlDOES.
srtB MONTAUK. M-tfnS?..: i
3 weeks. NEXTMATINEEHATURDAY. (Mat.prlcee j
DECIDED AND EMMIATIO SUCCESS OF
CUAS. FBOaMAN'8
EMPIRE THEATRE CO. l
From the Empire Theatre, New York. j
t.ie CONQUERORS.
gtafling jRwig and gwnurawg. .
iKREVOORfHOUSE. I
A homelike hotel nf an eatahltahed repuUtipn.
FHTU AV. AND ElOHTIl ST., N. T.,
Near Waahlnoton Memorial Anh.
LAI10E AND BUMP1U0US APARTMENTS.
European plan tl per day and upward. "
Amsncan plan to per day and upward,
8PECUL TERMS TO PEllSIANENT OTJESTS.
Table d'hoU dinner to 8.30 P. M., tLSS, Willi mntlo.
.IAIMT.H t: HIEYEII. TTnp'rs.
0. 15. Ror. l'IFTII AVKNtTK and IStb ST.
ItKNOVATKD TUIIOUOIIOCT. I
A high-class family hotel with an established repa- dm
tatlon. Apartments of parlor, on. or more nedrooma kfU
and bath, furnished or unfurnished. PrtvaU terrie. m n
If desired. V. P. HATHAWAY. Proprietor.
UHTPI IIBRTV French Table d'Hote. 47 West M
nUICLjUinniT stthSt. Lunch 0c.i Dlnnsr W
50c , win. and coffee Included; service a la carta M U
ai;Uwirj,.ii9aaadacxnMk, M

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