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B : IV XO - v !; ., , - THF, SUN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1898.
' I !Vcstl49t I CARPETS I : ; ( CHRISTMAS. B I Generous pconlo nro npt to And tliom- H I pelves "untlono with ClirlRtnins boxes" B I nnd bills, boforo tho day Itself is In B . slprht. j i f . For nil such discords our "Long H J Credit " and spoeinl bnrgnlu prices nro H f I, unfailing reinodics. B f H MOftUETTIS hugs. B . f 27x54 In. . . . I.;S5 j II 30x72ln. . . . .45 B x Delightfully npproprlnto sifts ran K i Ift alto bo picked from our Furnltiiro De- P life rmrtment, and payments mtido when iff convenient. tf CASH OR CREDIT I (OWPERTHWAIT . j, If 10 106 and 108 West 14 St II NEAR 6AV. K ) if BrooMvn Stores: Flalbusli Ay. near Hilton St m I If i . H If Somwtlc, mnw Wnnteii. K- If If l'our hrnMttt K I . needs Instruction la the B IB Art or looking, K I ; Call her attention to tills opportunity. K i- Thin coupon entitles a well recommended ser- K I vsnt to onefreo lesson at (If MRS. L. SEELY'S GOOKIHG SCHOOL, B DM 6lh av., where all branches of cooking are K taught by lira. O. Lcmckc. M f pHAMfiERMAlDsTTooks, $20 to $r,Oi waltFesseT, K V lsundrrsscs, kltcbemnslds, housoworkers, :o t ; cooks wbo wash and iron. laundresae who do chain- B i bar work, trench, German and English lady's K t, xnalds, nurses, butlers ocond and third men wanted K i at once. Mrs. L. HHELY, Weat aid at,; servants B ntrance, 62 tlth n. f f pOMFETENT cook tn iro to Trenton; wages $20; B D v beat reftrencea reiitilied, S t Mr. L. 8EBLY. 862 (1th ay. H' I F TflRST-CLABS waitress; wages $25; for a famllr B I -a. half hour from Now York: reference, required. K- I I aim. L.SEELY. 852 flth av. B I ' 'iT'IUST-Ct.ABS laundress for a small family llv lie B, la -a- In Washington, 1). C; r-feretue leiwlred; good S I g Wages. Mrs. L. HKKLY. 342 tfth ay. H if "GMRST-CLAriS I'rcnch lailr'a maids, innst be good fi -a- halrdreasera and dressmakers: uond wases; refer- V l ynces required. Mrs. L. HEF.I.Y. .'iflz flth a. m If SWEDISH cook tn co to PhlladcliJhlai wajes .16j B C ff J references rciulrcd. ft H S Mrs. T SKKLY.3r2BthaT. B I qyantcd altg aitchniurg, vr. I 7WANTEDA firsolasB prao B f tical picture fitter, ripply picturo B I dopartment. B f FRED'K LOESER .t CO., B I Brooklyn. B' 'uOOKBINDEns.-Oood flnlslirr on mtra printed , X work: steidy- HKltZOO 1: KHBE, York and V tg" HashlnetonatB , Brooklyn. K & D00KBIJ,DEn8' Special-meetTniKitra Hoof. a, " l J binders to-nlcht 7f Pearl at.: important bui.lne.ss. B I ?,UNr-UNB nHLEIt "ranted: steady "work all Be '' i Tear around. Boom 18, 47 Broad St. E j J "PAPER BOXES. Eiperlenrcd scorer on Boblnson H X machine. E. 11. UETPE. 1G cbambera at. E- f CIICET linTAI, cornice band wanted. B t J JOHN BETO.N. 7 Washington at.. Brooklrn. B i fe T BOOKBINDEBS Experienced rasemaker. K I I J- WILLI All B L CO., 34 nose at , Bbinelandcr B' 15 tnlldlmr. K ( 1 I UllIlELIjAB. Mounters wanted at once. Apply H. jf U OLOOO. WBIQUT li CO.. SO Howard at. B I- "XHTAMTED A superintendent for otir Brooklrn fac- H. f' tory of choroh Koods. conslstlns of silversmiths B i and brass goods departments. BEKZIOEIl BltOTII- B , ;K EBB. 88 flarclay St.. Kaw York. B -I anttfl gnalM jttligrtHantoug. B '- f A CENTS wanted We want an Agent in every town H; , J1- to aacnre subscribers to THE LADIES' HOME K i JOURNAL, to look after renewals and distribute ad- B vertlalng matter. We offer profltable employment ft )li for the winter, also special rewards for good work. S V l,0OOwlUbeetTento the Acent sending tho largest E f lis! up to April 16 next: 500 tn the next best work- B er.andsnon dl.tributlnstll.SOO among 6(X) best K i Agents the coming season, flood pay Is assured B i i every Agent whether he or she secures one of the 1 ; Kj extra awards or noL THE CURTIS PUBUSUINO ft ' S S;S?ANy4.piHadelPhll?: B," - 1 i V ANTED. Bellable man to take orders: good V r fr ' '"ges: permanent. PEBRY NUBSEKY CO., B ' ' f Pocheatsr. N.V. K I .Iwt- Claw gclp jf tmnitg. B A RESPECTABLE woman, good washer and Inner, VJr & .fa, desirea to do ladles ana genUemon's washing. ft R Address E. I1AOEKTY, 1G7 West 127h t. B H 10UPETET laundress: willing to atrlst with V S V chamber work, best references. 11, 1., box B83 ft , Bun uptown offlce. 12BB Broadway. B - ' S. poMPETET maid to lady or children; good E E seamstress; best references. 1U a., box 6ib Sun . g uptown offlce, 12t)5 Broadway. B K sf COMPETENT kltobenmald. willing and obliging": ft k B be,t references. II. J box C70 Sun uptown of- ft IJ, g flee, 12(tB Broadway. B 'i-' ' ("lOSIIOSlTOn. female; first-class table hand and f 1? - lobberj all commercial work. F. F box 177 f lt S , Bunofflco. K B OOD plain cook; underatands meats, desserts; r X. i, V-a all kinds of puddings, pies, 4c; best references. B f; M. P.. box 684 Bun uptown offlce, 12115 Broadway. K 'A - T f 2.D .' kl willing to assist with waahlnc and I !K - Ironing; best references. M. Mcll., box 678 Bun . taptown ontce. 1 206 BiMHTway. I ' M HUtST-CLASS waitress, understands servlna.wincs, t '& - earvlng, making salad drosslngs, 4io.; good rot- K sf jrencya. A. J., box 07U Sun uptown offlce. 12U6 I Broadway. ' H "I AUNDRESS Thoroughly competent; good shirt, ' K0",r- '" "-'uir Ironcr, c; host references. S H.V..box 6 Sun uptown offli e, 12H6 Broadway. " ft "fO EAT young girl as chambermaid and waitress; ' $? ' willing and obliging; best references, A. R.. ' box 681 Hun uptown omce. 12H6 Broadway. " K Jip ' & . 'T'llOnOUOlI, competent chambermsid; wages, 120; r f i S: be,t references, A. O., box 680 Sun uptown &. Jp efflce. 1285 Broadway. B I & HOROUOHLY competent cook; wagea S2Si best Bf S X references. E. U box 677 Sun uptown offlce, f f- i 1216 Broadway. I J j Jiyiit-ClnjrStlp-pnIrg. B I SuHi A rin.ST-CI.ARS nARTENnKU, aaloon, cafe M, H tend nd club experience, wants a steady place: haa New ftv, t". ( ffi iP.!Da Brooklyn reference of years. RUDOLPH V F WULT110RaTJ12030ate.ay.. Brooklyn. ' a- ; BOY, IB, wishes position in an offlce; an adTertis- " ll ; I' Xlng agency preferred; haa emerionce; can fur. B (V ' 1 ?Sft.Sfit,?r"nc' teady and honest. Address B(, jt i , ADYANCE, box 103 Sun offlce. 'At! : X 'lANITOItBIIIP wanted: understands steam and ftjHl ,w y furnace heat; repair pipes and plumblngi strictly f y. tomperats; beat reference. ENOlNfcEB, 680 8th ay. 5i T IBEJUL msn wants position; good penman; un- , dsrstands offloo work: can attend to collectina jg- and look after trade; good reference.. Address W W ORKER. box 148 Bun offlce. NY. city. I J VODNO MAN, 22. high school graduste, atrictly ; & J- temperate, wants situaUon of any kind; refcr- i' ?? O. M. MARTIN. 88 Clark at. Clinton. Maas. ; I cUUIlinri-u aufl SJiaMttB. l? I f k pnns.-TJnuaual opportunity .to secure sealskin '. i 1 X and sable at lowest price.. Jurs dyed, repaired. 'I '? liL fttchanMd HUDSON BAY lURC(i..6aVVet42dsu K f fclAlaacciues and capea altered' Into fashionable -i" i- 1 i s gaxmenu at lowest prices. i j X mitKER'fl, 111 West 30th at. gumnw ffihanres. ; r iff A BrxUABD AND POOL I'ARLOB, located in'moTt ( ? V: Mr . T Prominent town In New Jereey, Including three I UW wljpifallsyi: price only l,60O; free and clear; i Jfis. sUbUsbed business. Full particulars applr e MCDONALD U Viooinh, no Nassau. i tV -ar ttir. r WKl I nUY OLD UKTAL. ilr naTeyouanyOLDLK"iD. BKAHd. COI'l'lR, ZINC. KP KKTMJJ.,1f Lt:A-D OI D TV1''-. ELLOTltiJTl r ' fi 6TimECrjfPK.OLDBOOKS.4c.f BENDAl-OilAL ri '; OAUD, and I will call, any part city or couutry, and ,f' IBS allow you the highest caab price. SMS BOBNBTEIN. lUtf William St.. near Frankfort at, S i i Ik NEW Y0RK SUN OFFICE, NEWARK. N. J. ;k j I ' w unoAo (.t. advertiseks may leave t ' f THEIR ORDERB AT THIS AIIDUF.SS. W1IKIIK THE i, ; K BAME OABE AND ATTENTION WILL BE SUOHN JV r AH AT MAIN Ol-FIOE. r IA'XENTel for luveuuons procured promptly; low E J reus. BOJffiimJi BIUISEM.M Nassau st., y.Y. ' i ''I l - - I lE 1 MJtJt4-UJu-iMt,c; .y, , I,, , , -i mumrmratiJ. iis.-fcajsw-srf-,'a,--''is's'aisiis,.Tassis MKTnoroi,rTA oricixA nousE. OltAND OI'EItA SEASON 1808-BO, TJndr the direction of Mr. SlBnrlce flrnn. TO-NIflUT at 8, Gounod's opera, TtOlIKO XT JULIETTE. Mmes. Melba (br arrg. with Chaa. A. Ellis), DJelta, Bauermelster, .MM. Kd. de Resske, riancon, Albsrs, Van and Saleta. Conductor, 81(. ManolaellL, . ... To-morrow afternoon at ", Wsgner opera, TANK; nATJBER. Mmes. Eemea. Melasllnger and Nordlca, MM. Van Drck, Blaphsm. Bars, Mublmann, Manx, Merert and Plancon. Conductor, B!e. Manclnslll. To-morrow Erg. at 8. at Popular Prices, MARTHA. Mmes. Kngle and Msntelll. MM. Ed. de Iteaxke. Car bone, DnfrleheandHallgnso. Conductor, lloYlrnsnl. Prices for Hat nights $2.60, $3.00. $I.BO.ann 7&o, Admission, ooo.and $1.0U. Boxes $10, tin and $80. Hun. Erg.. Dec. 4, Orand Sunday Night Concert . Soloists Mms. Msrle Rnsle. MM. Oampsnari ana Plancon, and ROMENTIIAI, , ... (his only sppearance at these concerts and lsstap. Iterance In X. Y. prevlona to his depsrtnra for the West), together with entire Met Opera Uonse Or chestra. Conductor, Hlg. Manclnslll. Prices for Sun day night concert, 60c, 76c, $1.00, $1.60. Boxes, IlkpF4lT0ini! FOR NEXT WEEK. Mon. y.t.. Deo. f.-LA TRAVIATA. Mme. Heuibncb, MM. Campanarl and Rallgnao. Weil. Erg., Deo. 7-LK NOZZE DI FUJAltO. Mines. Kainea, Do Lussan and Bembrlch, MM. Ed. de ItesrXe, Prlngla and ttmpsnsrl. Frl. l'Vg., Dec. V 1ANNIIAUHK.lt iCast as above.) Bat Mat, Dec. 10-IL BARBIERE DI HIV1QL1A. Btelnway k Bona' llano. Used. PaMop continuous r.'nr GREATER NEW Y0RK AMAZED BY THE TUniLI.INO "BATTLlTOF SAN JUAN1" 1 !f00 I'.enl HnlillersI SO .Spirited Horses I I.urgett .Mngei In the World t In addition to the USUAL GRAND VAUDEVILLE SHOW MAOUIK CLINIl MINNIE MET1I0T. nUDINOFF, U.T. ALnillUII.no OTHERS. A3 NO ADVANCE IN l'HICE3-25c. 60c PnilflTMl'S Continuous Performance md rilUUIUII U J.1c..50c.l2iaOtol0.4'Il,.3I. VandaTlllo debut of OIIACE HUNTINOTON and COMPANY In" Checkmate:" JOSFPHIIAnTaildCAn- Illi: 1)U MAR: "THE HOLLY 1III.K INN," BROS. DIMM, AIi LEECH and th. TIIRIUl ROEBUDd, MORRIS' PONIES, WARORAVH. Other features. No advance In prices 3Bn., 60c sYiT- NEXT WEEK Debut In vaudeville ol MARSHALL P. WILDER MADISON SQUARE ?$ BfnidwV. 50TII PERFORMANCE MONDAY. SOUVENIRS. CHARLES FROUMAN tTVKT PRESENTS N ft i HIS FUNNIEST JbJ9 AND MOST . . BL'CCISSFUL FARCE. AND noth perf. Monday. nANDSOME HOUVENIRS. iOvlH-'i'VN MM'INEi: SATURDAY. I 9 P P EVQ8. B:ao. MAT. 2 15. J'JE JL OAPPTfTT THEATRE. 85Ui St., near ll way. UilXVXVAVyXi. Evgs. 8:15. Mats. 2MB. Uoyt c McKee, Lessees, charlea Frohman, Manager. MATINEES WEDNERDW AND SATURDAY. 76TU l'EUF. DEO. 1II-B0UVEN1R3. Chsrlrs Irohman prcaent. ANNIE RUSSELL ami cratcftjit, prctentlnc o-a.i!,:ia:E3lEii2sr3E3. "An Indlspuuble success." Herald. PAPrtPIu Theatre, 27th at Iz Msdlson ar. UHflUCIV Evenlngs,8:lS. Mat..2:lB. CHARLES FROUMAX MANAQER V80LA ALLEN In Hall Oalne's Oreat Play, THE CHRISTIAN. Heals selling three weeks in advance. maiim:i:s wehnesuay matukmav. 14TH STRFFT'I'IE' '!-" na. JiHi.nt. till Ointll tSlt n.ori., clrclonrbal.,r.oe. "ANOTHER 'OLD HOMESTEAD." N.Y. World. THE VILLAGE POSTMASTER. 7r.th Performance, Monday, Deo. B. Seats now rradr. PnlllrillnP Beautiful Imported iCarlsbadi SllllVrliln.. Rugir and Cream Sets, band OUUIUHIIIUi pamted, for all the ladle. 'New York has never seen a better drama of mral life tlun TH E VILLAUE POiTMABTER. "Herald. nnflnPMY or music. HlvHUCnnt 1 4 th at and Irving place. K. O. Oilmore 4. Eugene Tompkins.. ..lrops. i Mgrs. O O PRICES, Cheering Crowds Always Greet It. 1 SPORTING LIFE. l.OO. 20 HORSES and 200 PhOI'LE. O O Mats. Wed. and Sat, 2. Eye. 8:16, KNICKERBOCKER B'wayTand SSlh st. Ev'gs at 8MB. Mats. Wad. and Sat at 2:1B. II. uKAIlli; TIMES IN MILLION. TUESDAY. DEC. B. first time by Mr. Crane of "THE HEAD OF THE FAMILY." BEATS NOW ON BALE. IIABLKM OI'KKA IIOUSK, 7i4l, MR. RICHARD MANSFIELD IN CYRANO JiE IlEUGEKAC. RIIKDAY, DEO 4, SOUSA'S BAND. IJE WOLV HOI'PEK, SOLOIST. Dec. 6. DE WOLF HOPrER In "The Charlatan." rAMERICAN42 CASTLE SQ.0PERA CttaAVE. LA BOHEME ""&. Etrs, 2h, 60c , 7BC.J1. Mats., 1,100 res. seats. 2Bo. Next Week-LA BOHEMBtby unhersal demsnd). ' HtTi HERALD SQUARE THEATRE. "" B'way 36th st Evgs, 8:15. Msts. " TsQCV Wed. di Bat, 2:16. rNothing fun- I V r $ nler on the stage." Bnn. . r "A NEW BILL I Second Edition. TORtVY O'FARE." Everything New. ' -T"- 7Stn (Bouv.) Perf.. Dec. B. K0STER & DIAL'S. "r SISTERS RAPPO. IS VIROINU ARAQON. WILLIAMS t WALKER & rUEIROWN CO. & FOREIQN VAUDEVILLE. ST. NICHOLAS unth 8t West, near Columbus Av. Open to the Public Dally. Except Mondays. Perfect Ice. Bkatis Free. BROADWAY THEATRE. LAST TWO WEEKS. THE JOLLY JEFFERSON MUSKETEER.DE ANGELIS. By Julian Edwards and Stanislaus Stange. Evenings at 8:16. Matinee Saturday at 2. NEW YORK TURN-VEIIEIN, LEX1NOTON AV. AND 8BTII ST. . . GRAND FAIR, Saturday, Nov. 2U, to Monday. Dec. 6, 189$. . , EVENINOS 8 O'CLOCK. Mstlnees: Wednesaay, Nov, 80, Saturday, Deo. 8. and Bunday, Deo. 4, 8 o'clock. iVtftiCIIAfl 4 th sv. 4 23d 8:80 sharp. LlBlfeUHn DANIEL FROHMAN, Managen Osl WBaUtVI Mstlnees Tbnrsdsyai Bat, 2. PINEB0 8 l:EW COIIHDY, TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS. RI.IOII Broad wsy and 80th 8t EHItlVU, MATINEES WEI), fc BAT. MAY IRWIN s i "::; WALLACK'fi Broadway A-80th at v.tTT. . ." ETgs.8H8. MstBat.S. J2UA . In n" ProducUon of ARTHURlAs You Like It, MURRAY "iS'St MAT. EVERY DAY; rinv:TKiY,nMVHYs "fffi"-jsfiPt STOCK COMPANY. iVEEg ultrl. OlTlrl. PARTOR'Q continuous '0 w O. PKREOHMANOE8. 12:80 NOON TO 11 P. M. BEATS 20 AND 80 CENTS. MILTON & DOLLIE NOBLES-JOHNNY CARROLL. JOHN & NELLIE McOARTITY-DEAN h JOSE. Ok, HAM T. JACK'S Theatre, KJ& Broadway and 20th st I i DIQ 8U0W 8 EVERY DAY, 2 AND.8. BKj(b The Mock Turtle. A Warm Reception. y A Tsmptsbg Dish of Dainties. S'aAA.I Evgs. 8.10. Mats, at 3. f2m A RUNAWAY GIRL. ' I Exactly as glten at Daly's. THEATRE! Matinees; V. ednesdsy 4i Saturday. (TPAIMn OPFRA CABLE OARS ilKAtsU uonSt PARS THE DOOR. TO-NIOUT-" RED, WHITE I NEXT TAEEK, AND BLUE." "THE HK1N OF MAT. avTURDAY. I THE CROSS." I1FMIFV The Bowery Burlesquers. B'.!,;.B?,.B",,I Truly Btmttuck, Yutuknuiee. THEATltK. Lively, gsy. a whirlwind of fun. A DANGEROUS MAID ! M At the CASINO 1 Oen.Adm.60o. Mat To-Morrowl 60thi)ou.Dec.23. New Buffet Promenade 7:30-13. nilVJP I Evenings 8:10. Shake.jpesre's II A I IV MKIIUIIANT OF VCNICK. UflLI O MlJiS ADA REIIANaa PORTIA. ""tl V Matlneea Wed. and Bat at 3. THE WORLD IN WAX. tm JBi NEWWAR QROlfPa Hear tho Uyp.y aitulc, aftiTafti CINEMATOGRAPH. MANHATTAN theatre. "ZrrZ mnnnniinn ud a, nwar. ev??K athlllgMontb, TIIF TllflTI F iKjrVS? Screaming Hit l'11- lUltlLt. tffaAaAjgT STAR. A GRIP OF STEEL, gfl-'g- Nett Weck-A BI'ltlNQ CHICKEN.iUrch. BOc IRVINO FLACK TIIKATUE.-.til WeekT" Every Evening and Saturday Matinee. Tim lirrut bucceaa-IM WJilHiaKW ItOl.SS'L. COLUMBUS. tfSffiaj& Next Week-LOST IN SIBERIA ". HUHTIO 4: HARLEM MaU. Wed. k Bat Bal., 26e. BEAMON'BMualiUaU. Orchestra (rervd! 60c! Cora lanjjer, Chsrldsh Ulmpgon and otharr, wissjs. sBJwIiMto4sjaaMa.pjjjJj,,l,'J', 4444f !: Misses' and G-irls' Dept, i: ; ; Will offer about 60 Misses Tailored Suits of cheviot I : o serges and fancy materials, sizes 14 and 16, or suitable V. ;: for ladies i2, 34 and 3j5 sizes, originally CA CA V. ll $15' and $18 PlVVJV j; s s Girls Kersey Coats, silk lined, S to 14 . $7 00 '-' ; years, originally 1510.50 ; , , . 1 . ;; Girls' Military Jackets, trimmed with braid and silk r ;; lined, ages 8 to 14 years, originally CO CA 1 i; $12.00 . . P0UV X ;; 1 3 1 Girls' Newmarkets, ages 10 to 16 years, C J en X o originally $18.00 IAUV BROADWAY AND 12TH ST. 444w444 044 Colored Dress Goods. Dress Patterns Tor the Ilolltlnys, Including Imported Wool and Silk nnd Wool IVovei tles, fancy w eaves and' cloths. A wide range or color nnd design. James McCreery&Co., Twenty-third Street. 2,tnnjifmtntj8: CARNEGIE nAtl.. 3!thSesso. 18n8-BI. flRATORIO SOCIETY Bl Frank Damrosch, Conductor. First Concert Saturday Evening. Dec. 8. at R. CHORAL MEISTERSINOElt ttagner FESTIVAL MARCH Van der Stucken BEE THE CONQUERING: HERO COMES Handel MANILA TE DEUtVJ Composed by Wnlter Ilnmrosch In honor of the victory of the American Xuvv under Atlm'l iJcircv Soloists: EMMA JUCH. OUIT1UIDE MAY STEIN. THEODORE VAN YORX, HEINR10U MEYN. Reserved seats, 76 cts. to $2inow on sale. CARNFXilU IIAIX. NexthundnyMKrlit. Fifth EmlldPaur Popular SYMPHONY1 ORCHESTRA. OUnCiaV Mme. Nina Rnthhone... Soprano e".v.Ae 3Xme. Dnnxlcer-IlosebnultPl'te concert j0pi, Kller Oboe Re, seats, now on sale, 25c, 50c, 75c Boxes. 95. Direction VICTOR T1IRANE. Knsbo rianouseil. PMPIDP THEATRE. B'war and 40th at. ElsinnE Evenings. 8.20. MaUneea,2.16. CHARLES FROUMAN Manager. To-Night Positive Appearance To-Night - Positive Appearance EVBR. JOHN DREW In HniT alrthnr Jonct'i romwlr, TDOIDEi: XjI-Sl 3ELS- Matlneea. Wednesday and Saturday. KEITH'S tonnSobnokp!5m1.manck- ftbsD IB V First and Second Balconies. 26c Orchestra, 60c. : Front Oroh., 76c; Box Seata in Orcb. and Front Balcony. $1. No seat, reserved ex- ceptBox Seata, at 80c. advance on regular prices. FELIX MORRIS AND CO. in "The Vagabond." LIZZIE EVANS AND HARRY MILLS. JOE WFLCH. HARRIDAN. BILLY CARTER. " ED. F. GOODWIN, brother of NAT C. GOODWIN. New BIOORArn Pictures. UCQED P CI CI nC MUSIC 80th St. & B'wsy. IILDlH & rlCLUO IIAI.L. MsU.Tues.lS.t HURLY BURLY. CYRANOSE de 11R1C-A-BRA0 and THE HEATHEN. UVliBY A3IERICAN HOY AND OIUL should see the "BATTLE OF SAN JUAN 1T1LI.I" gianofottc-;, Oroaw. &r. ANOTHER WEEK. OF SrECIAI,8"AT WEBER WAREROOMS, COR. FIFTH AV. AND SIXTEENTH STREET. Among the pianos offered in this aale are some slightly nsidandseoocd-bsndUEBER.WHERLOCK, STEIN WAY. KRAKAUER, CUICKEHING. KRANIClt k BACH, DECKER BROS,, COLBY and others, most of them praotlcally aa good as new. Prices and terms, as usual, will be the most liberal consistent with the grade of goods represented. INSPECTION INVITED. PARTICULARS BY MAIL. WEBER WARERQtJMS. EXTRAORDINARY RAX.E OP BRADBURY PIANOS and other renowned makes prior to removal to the new BRADBURY BUILDING. Commencing now and extending until our removal on Feb. 1, we offer uur entire stock of new and used pianos at very liberal reductions from the usual prices. For those who are In search of exceptional bar gains In pianos It would be wise to call at om.e, as nothing will ba reserved lntthis sale. P. O. HMIT1I, Jlfr., Ug FIFTH AVE., 17TII 8T. IVERf-, & POXB PIANOS RENTED. BOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. LARGE AMD ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF HIGH- QRADK PIANOS TO. RENT. Also bargains In slightly used pianos, best makers, STECK PIANOS. Warerooma II EAST 14TH ST. Full assortment' of these reliable Instruments. Also a number of second-hand grand and upright and a lot o( square pianos of various makes snd at all prices, torsade on easy terms If required. SomesllKhtlyuaedplanosattrreat bargains. PIANOS TO RENT. BARGAINS Upricht pianos, $76; Chickerlng grand, $160; sqnsres, $20 up; casj-payments. CHRISTMAS. Hi feaat 14th at BAROADiS. New upright planoa, $isaj Bobmer. Btelnwaysi aacriflces. WTNTEREOTU, 106 Eaa lath it. and 114 6th av. t EAROE assortment, slightly used. $00 to $136; rent. $8; small InatallmsnU. OuvrlerBroa. 18 E. 14tliat NW, "5Kian,TS $7.00 mo. Xt Slightly used $150.. ........to 00 mo. -nf 3.u.1.ow' UrH" "arlety from which to select. GOJtDON,Si13UFifthay., bet. 0thand31st sts. 0 PEN evenings. Reliable Connor Pianos; high grade; medium prices; easy terms; renting: ex changing. 4East42d. . POPULAR PEASE PlAfiO.f, 810 West 4.1dt., near Hthav. Direct from factory to pnrchsser at prices thst defy competition; easy terms. Bargains In slightly used planosj J eonp Call or send for catalogue. OQUABB PIANOS. $20. $40. $S0: $3 monthly nntll O paid. New upright pianos, $260, $a monthly: three months' piano leasona frse. GOETZ & CO.. t)l Court st. Brooklyn. Open evenings. xntrntotu. "CHANCBOT NAME. The Fostsr has been renamed Dolphin. See below, EXCELLENT "CODFISHINO.-SteamarlDOLPHlN (formerly Al Fustor) Uslly, exitptMondajs, East 58d st, 7:46; Battery. H'20; $l,wlth bait; Cholera Banks, wrsther permitting. T?EEP SEA FISUINO.-Steamer ANGLEU dally. J-' excepf Mondays: fare 60c. 21st st, E. K., 7.26: Battery, 6.06; old reliable pilot Al Foster on board. Zost una ;fouticJ. s.''.'.''SJ.a'as'.J.''hs-',as'. . i i sh.w'i'rrs,rs LOST Wedneaday evening at 0 o'clock, on front platform of Fourth avenue car, an open-faced culd watch with monogram on back " 0. S. F." aud lucrlptiou Inside; gr rally valued as keepsake from deceued relative. Liberal reward paid and no ques tions asked br returning watch to F. U. DOWNER. Station Agent. Grand Central Station, Watchr aud nvtlrit. Weekly Paymsnts. Fine dUmoads, watches; no . trash. Watch Supply Co., a Maldea lane, room 62. Uoods cuaruitesc. 1 lirl '"'sMssasjESMsEBaagssiiaaafisaaMMiteaMiiniir-T r i fe pUNTlsJfCRNITURE THE ART OF GIFT-MAKINO. "Torjlvo Is a noblo thing," but to givo acceptably ono should study tho tastes and surroundings of tho recip ient. If, however, you nro not sure, this need bo no'bnr if you select your gifts here, ns every piece of fumituro wo make is in good form, and, liko a well bred person, is novor out of place. Tho mahogany pieces on our drawing room floor nro dainty and elegant enough to suit any occasion, yet quiet nnd simple onough for the most modest surroundings. Ttfusic Cabinets with in closed shelves, $0.00. Piano Chairs with revolving seat and restful, high back, f 0.00. Particularly charming nro tho three-fold Screens ; tho upper part of each leaf is of bevelled glass or a me dallion ; tho lower, carved spindles or silk embroidered ; tho wholo framed In mahogany. Our Chippondnlo Chairs nnd Shorn ton Sofas nro choice Christmas gifts, and at factory prices, as you "BUYOPTHe MAKEft Geo. C. Flint Co. 43.45 and 47WET 23?ST NEAR buoadway. factory: 154 AND IS6 WEST l9?STREtI ffiollrgru ana School. Musical. PIANO INSTRUCTION. Cartful, competent teacher; apcrtil attention to beetnner. let nit reasonable. Andre" LENA JJItDANO, 21Q Eaat 124th t Schools for Iancuacea, LANGITA6ES. The VKLASCO SCHOOL anil LINGUISTIC CI.UII ROOMS, 2R3 SCHERMERHORN ST. Phone 1.110 A B'klyn. jspnnl.li, German, French, Oreclt, I.ntln, arc. Mmitrlnlr Institute of Foreign LnngiiHges, SlROrangerosd, New Jersey, Board anddayachol ars. At least learn Portuguese and 8panlsb and do business from North to South Pole. Schools of Physical Culture. WOODS' Handball. Boxing, GV.MNASIU3I, Training. Baths, ho. O E. gSth St. I Entrance. $5; monthly dues. $2. Ilnnclnc; Academies. MBSS HVIcC ABE'S Dsnclng School, 21 East 17th st, near B'way. Private and elate lessons dally; beginners any time, pending gtottl-i ant) gr-ttauram-J. HOTEflypTRT BOULEVARD AND C3D ST. EXCLUSIVE MODERN FIREPROOF Splendid Location, Very Accessible, Perfeot Cuisine, Efficient Service, An Extensive Library of Choice Literature. THE BEST AT REASONABLE COST. "Vr. JOHNSON UUINN, Proprietor. HOTEL CECIL, WEST 118TH 8T JUST OFF 7TH AVE. Corner of St Nicholas ave. A modem fireproof select family apartment hotel, offering accommodations equivalent to any In ele gance of appointment sorvica and culaino. at less than half downtown rates, A few choice suites of 3 and 8 rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished, by week, month or annual lease. AMERICAN PLAN, buperbly furnished bachelor apartments of bed room, sitting room and bath, from $85 per month. HDTEL'MAiTTY French Table dvHole74TvVest nuiCU (TiniUI g.,,, ,t. jaej, 40c; Dinner ope., wine and coffee Included; service a la carte at all hours. Rooms by day or week. IHE ANNUAL MEETrNGoV'theSonsof theBevot -4-lution will be held at Delmonloo's, 6th av. snd 44th St.. New York city, on Saturday, Deo. S, at 8 P. M.. for the election of officers and managera and the transaction of business. Polls open from 8 to 0.80 P. M. ALEXANDER B. THOMPSON. Secretary. proposals. PROPOSALS will be received at the Bureau of Bnp plies and Accounts, Navy Department, Washing ton, D. C.t until 13 o'clock noon, December 18, 18U8, and publicly opened Immediately thereafUr. to rurnlsh st the Navy Yard, Boston, Maas., one power plant for rope manufactory, two horizontal tubular boilers; also a quantity of iron pipe and specials, machine set acrsws, flies, lsather belting, pipe fit tings, and valves. Blank proposal, will be furnished upon application to the Navy Pay Office. Boston, Mass., or to the Bureau. EDWIN STEWABT. Pay-maater-Oeneral, U. B. N. 11.38-08. an till rat. I'fiKJronK SUK OFFICE.NEWARIC, N. J. ADVERTISERS MAY LEAVE THEIR ORDERS AT JS!,B1!?AP STn NEWARK. WHERE TnB BAME cEg AND ATTENTION WILL BE SHOWN AS AT n1V.",i.'i.J,U,NI,,'1!t OHADUATE UNIVERSrrY PXJIIE CITlf OF NEW YORK, JIEDIOAL DEPART JIKNT; 85 years a speciall.1 In the dlaeaaee of men. Under OLD DR. OlilNDLE'S sclsntlflo treatment Mood and skin diseases, pains in bonos, red spots, sore throat and mouth, ulcer, painful swellings, kid ney and bladder complaints, scalding inflammation, gravel, undeveloped organa, weak back, lost vitality, fl apeedlly, thoroughly, and permanently cured, Men about to marry ahould consult OLDDR.ORIN. JUr- Every Impediment removed. Sufferers, do not OLD DR. GBINdEk never f slls. Offlce over 16 rears at 171 West 12th St. between Uth and 7th ava. Ad. vice free. Msdldueil. Hours, u tow. Sundays. B to a. OLD DR. GREY, 45 yenra si specialist In diseases of men only. Quickest permanent enre cusnnteed In all diseases, Blind poison, skin dla 'ases, kidney and blsdder trouble, weakness, ner ous debility, errors of youth, bad dreams, undevel oped orgsns. Impediments to marriage, Ac Be wise, consult th. only old specialist In the city, Offlce oier 86 years at 120 East 17th st, near Union Bqusre. Hours i to ui Sundays, to 8. Scientific treatment and adTlce free. Medicine only 60 cents, Nocbargeunless cured. A -DR. AND MRS. BrMPSON, the leading special, t Istsln New lork. suciessfutly treat all female complaints and irregularities; 25 years' experience; Private sanitarium: trained nurses: treatment guar, anteed) free confidential advice, to S. 33 West 2 1 th st, near Broadway. ,.A;r.A;-A. -QUICK EST PERMANENT "u uur. In diseases of men dangerous cases solic ited; relief at once; those desiring only nnt-olses sclsntlflo treatmsnt should call. The leading special. 1st. Dr. Bunschur, 137 West 22d St., t to 11, 7 to u. flundsys, IQtoi. " -D.lt CONRAD'S BANlTABIUM-BdenUflc.skll. ful treatment of all dlseasea of women; private rooms; every convenience snd appliance; oonaultx- i.i?.fc A. M. to P. M. Call or write for bookUt 1 17 Weat 47th st TcL 8820 Mtk. YR- MRS. REINHABD. 711 7th ay., near 48tlT A-'treaU female Irregularities; single or xaarrU4i CO years' experlsnce, I What is Untold ass THIS would not be the stoic it is nor the stock it is, if we could do either justice in our store-news. Each is on the honor-roll of things beyond description. About everything that is worth describing Is in that Hit. If Niagara could be word-painted it wouldn't be Niagara. - - Salient points here and there may be picked out from the store-matters end mentioned herein. But (and especially at this time) there must always remain more untold than told. The stocks in China, Cut Glass, Silver Pieces and Art Goods are notable instances. We can mention them but wo cannot describe them. You must see them for yourself? ' Five Items In g,,!1 MS Dl . n black, you will Black Dress In Goods 3 t ig prob. able that manypeople will take them on the "'may want" principle, for they are irresistible bargains. At 37ic, instead o 75c All-wool Cumi Cheviot, in a deep rich black. At 50c., instead of $1.25 All-wool Potato Sacking; of lustrous wool -faros; 46 In. wide. At 50c., Instead of $1.25 Wool satin Baya dere striped Worsted Serges: 48 in. wide. At 50c, Instead of 65c All-wool imported Henrietta, in a deep raren black; a quality that) never retails under 65c a yard; 38 in. wide. At 75c, Instead o $1 All-wool French Poplin; rich black and good weight; a maker's loss saves you 25c. a yard; 47 In. wide. Fourth avenue. f..-., i .- We are rich in 5 c Pi the better Wnds o and Small small furs. Not in the "cheap" kinds of detestable memory that get ragged and mangy and rough in no time, but in the really good kinds that do not cost much. Of course there is a splendid show ing in the higher priced things, also, up to and including a cape of Im perial Russian Sable at $3,000. A very prominent value was the recent offer of Alaska Sealskin Jackets at $150, instead of $200. We have a few more of these, in sizes 34 and 36 only. Perhaps one of these may suit you: At $20 Alaska fable collarettes ; 10 in. deep ; figured lining At $30 to $50 Persian lamb collarettes; 10 in. deep. At $35 Plain electric seal capes ; 27 in. long ; $40 for the 30-in. length. At $50 Electric seal coats; newest shape; 26 in. long. At $65 Extra choice grade electric seal coats ; lined with fine quality brocade satin. At $145 Genuine Leipsic-dyed Persian lamb coats; 24 in. long. Second floor. Broadway. p . , You wouldn't think ciii iu i f that Jt was Pss5ble bilk Waists for them to be any more popular than they are, but there's no question that the demand for them is growing at a tremendous rate. ' The demand is, of course, for novelty. One desires something different- from other people, if it's equally pretty. It is just this ele ment of newness that you will find in this collection. Things don't have time to get old here, and we are hunting newness "all over every where," and getting it. Like these: At $5 Of fine checked taffeta ; blouse front ; yoke and plaited back; detachable plaited collar; straight culls. At $6 Of heavy striped taffeta in pretty shades; bias front; yoke and plaited back; detachable plaited collar; straight cuffs. At $7.50 Of heavy satin striped taffeta; blouse front with stripes running bias, and plaits across bust; yoke and plaited back; detachable plaited collar. At $8. 50 Of solid colored taffeta; blouse front with clusters of plaits and cording running bias; plaited yoke back; detach able plaited collar; plaits and cording run ning across sleeves. Others op to $15. BLACK SILK WAISTS If your preference is for black waists, you'll be just as pleased with the handsome styles shown in them. At $3.25 Of black taffeta; blouse front with fine plaits running bias; yoke and plaited back; detachable silk collar and straight cuffs. At $4 Of heavy black taffeta; blouse front, with eight rows of cording, running bias; corded pointed yoke and plaited back; de tachable collar. At $4.50 Of black taffeta; blouse front, with clusters of plaits and hemstitching; collar and cuffs also plaited and hemstitched; yoke and plaited back. Others, in taffeta, $15. Second floor. Fourth avenue. Things for f and boxes T u ., and cases, for jour- iraveners neys t0 smd rom town for short or extensive visits all kinds in this stock. Every trav eller's essential, in all the various leathers, in the verjf little-priced qual ities up to the elegantly finished high grade sorts. If we excel in any particular line it's dress suit cases. Certainly a great lot of them, of sole leather and alligator, 22 in., 24 in., and 26 in. sizes, at $5 to $22. Then these, in all the desirable leathers and sizes : Fitted Bags, t $10 to $77. ' Gladstone Bags, at $4.50 to $17.50. English Kit Bags, at $14.50 to $30. Club Bags, at $2 to $9. Oxford Bags, at $4.50 to $25. Cabin Bags, at $4.75 to $16. ' Men's Hat Boxes, at $4.75 to $16.50. . Game Bags, Hunters' Belts, Carryalls and tags, all as fairly priced. Fifth noot. Fun With the ?n"!!!ln,;8 " M. norance is pa- ontagnacs thetic BOmetimes amusing. There arc clothiers, pos sibly woolen merchants also, that try to occupy vacancy with talk about Montagnacs who couldn't identify the cloth of that name if they should see it And so ignorance is justified in making a counterfeit current. Montagnac beaver Is a peculiar fabric in which a very toft fibre, supposed to be the hair of the vicuna, is mingled with very fine wool. The old house of Montagnac & Son, Sedan, France, has made them for generations, and no imitator has ever exactly matched the original. Excellent Imitations have been made in Ger many, and the customs revenue of the United States hat been defrauded by packing the genu ine with the imitations, and passing all through the Custom House at the German price. Other imitations, equal to the German, htvo been made by one of the best American mills. Still other Imitations have been attempted, but the results have been so wretched, that they would fail to mislead even the most casual ob server. It is the last that hare been to loudly exploited as the genuine imported Montagnacs. And it is just fun for intelligent clothiers to watch the performance. The following concerns our stock of Men's Montagnac Beaver Over coats: Sack Overcoats, lined throughout with extra heavy pure dyed all-silk twilled faced satin, interlined with fine flannel; tailored in the best manner, of genuine Sedan Montagnac beaver, $50. Sack Overcoats, trimmed and made in similar style to the foregoing, of highest erade im itation Montagnac beaver, $35. Sack Overcoats, of similar style, handsomely trimmed and thoroughly made from next best imitation Montagnac beaver, $25. Lower grades than the above are so nearly trash as to be unworthy the attention of intelligent buyers. Items Of Here are three Interest In " eood Men's Clothing Unit's? You choose from these and save no less- than $3.50 on the low-priced kinds, and from that up to $10. And these reductions are on suits that were already very reasonably priced. They've all been good sellers, too, but they should have found new owners by this time, so we'll help them along in this manner : At $15 Men's fancy cheviots and worsted sack suits that were sold at $18 to $28. At $12 Men's sack suits in fancy cheviot and cashmeres; early season prices, $15 to $20. At $10 Men's blue and Mack rough cheviot double-breasted sack suits that sold at $13.50. Second floor, Fourth avenue. Some Waists enough, per- SnawtP haPs But how about ICiJE additional skirts? If OMITS there-s jrtjjj a needf you may fill it advantageously from these latest styles, at a cost that's unusually little for such qualities: At $ Of serge, mostly black; inverted plaited back, fastened with double row of buttons and loops; percallne lined and vel veteen bound. At $5 Of excellent quality cheviot black serge; tailor-made; with flounce and two rows of strapping; lined with percallne, and bound with velveteen. Second floor, Broadway. Rr. i i.,..., Dull books are BoreS-Llvln9 like dull compan- and Dead ions, you are better off without them. As there is no instantaneous way of knowing the specific gravity of a man's mind, your most dreaded bore secures a friendly footing before you realize his tediousness. Dull books are not so aggressive as living bores; but clean type, beauti ful pictures, attractive bindings and bubble reputations bunco you out of many a precious half hour. It's hard to stop this waste, because not all the books of even the greatest writers are interesting. " Even Homer sometimes nods." There is just one way of being sure the International way. The best read men of" America and Eu rope have selected the most inter esting from the greatest writings of all times and climes, and brought them together in the 20 big volumes of the INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY. Here you have good reading pure and undenled and enough of it to last an ordinary lifetime. Through the Wanamaker Club you may secure a set at half the publish ers' prices. Club fee, $1 then 15 monthly payments from $2 to $6 according to binding 10 days to examine the set. The Isupply is limited the sets will not last long, for it seems to be the thing for a Christmas present. The Book Store, Ninth street j Lowered Prices on Jhcsc ,arc Women's Suits 'Jerefd ln price for a reason that, so far as you are con cerned, probably enhances their value. There is but one', or at most, two, o a style. So long as you are fitted, that's all the better for you. ' It makes ringing bargain news, though, for these are fine suits. Prices were $45 to $130; Prices are $30 to $87.50. At $23.50 A lot of suits, mostly black and blue serges; tight-fitting, cutaway and fl.. front jackets; correctly hanging skirts; siiv lined throughout Prices have been uo to $40. f Second floor, Broadway. Cameras and The. dcR a Demonstration hn 's the merits of the Maxima Platino Matt paper, a new platinum paper that requires but a single toning, and gives some re markably fine black and white effects without any guesswork. We sell cameras. We sell every thing that pertains to the photo graphic avocation and most things that h pertain to the photographic vocation. Whatever is here is good, and that's a comforting assurance in photographic matters. ' Prices are right, of course: Pocket Kodak, ot $5. Foldino- Pocket Knrlale. nt .tin. No. 2 Falcon Kodak, at $5. No. 2 Bull's-eye Kodak, at $8. No. 2 Bull's-eye Kodak (special), at $15. No. 2 Bullet Kodak, at $10. No. 4 Bullet Kodak, at $15. No. 4 Bullet Kodak (special), at $25. No. 2 Eureka, at $4. Premo Cameras, $8 to $24. Pony Premo Cameras, with case, $17.50 to $Z250 Demonstration to-day and to morrow, from 10 to 4. I nmnc Among other things, here ' tramps is a Lamp Store. and ;ts worth visiting. Gas and electricity have not yet succeeded in shelving the lamp, instead of tharthey have given it a new usefulness, that of beautifying. And so here are hundreds and hundreds of lamps, all of which will illuminate, if you wish them to do so (they all have central draught burn ers), and some of which are pri marily intended for practical use in that way. But most of these will affect you first through their beauty. It is a splendid lot, contains some of the finest choosing we have ever given you, and the prices are low. We have an assortment at $15 with hand-painted decorations, for which $25 would be a fairer price. Other figures range from $5 to $150. A Candy show :ou th?1 5?f-ki- ave experience in oroiy candies, let us tell you that in one day last December we. sold nearly twenty-six thousand pounds of candy. We are now selling about one ton a day at this store alone. Later the sales will rise from two and three tons a day to six and seven tons a day just, before Christmas. That is all retail selling, mind you, we dj not make for other dealers. Not one ounce of this immense quantity is anything adulterant, nor even second-rate. We use nothing but pure materials and best materials. We use nothing but "Mould A" sugar; your grocer will tell you what that is. We import every bit of our chocolate, it is made by one of the biggest and best makers in the world. We could use American chocolate and make more money, but then it wouldn't be lest. When we went into the candy business we did so with our wholo strength. We based our claim to your patronage on just two things, purity and price. The workman ship and finish go without saying. We sell our best candies the sort that you desire for particular gifts and for table use at 60c. a pound. There is no better candy made, there is little that is so good. We sell the best kinds of glaco fruits for $1.50 for a box of five pounds. These we import ourselves. Just now we are showing mora kinds of candy boxes and novelty packings than you have ever seen. It is a specialty with us. All sorts, cheapest and costliest, and most of it wholly new. For the next six selling days chocolate-covered marshmallows at 20c. lb. The usual 30c. kind. JOHN WANAMAKER . Formerly A. T. Stewart ,& Co., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Ninth and Tenth Street. i i