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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHQLE NO. 13,230. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 187 2.? QU ADRUPLE SHEET. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
M&EIW01LY FOR ADVLET18EE8.
AMDSEFiBNTS? Fncim) PAu?-S?cond, third, lourih,
OH/, ?ik| sixth column*.
Y ? Koi htm Page? First column.
liLL'AiUIH ? Thirteenth Page? sixth column.
BOA'ADERS WANTED? Fouiiteknth iUoi-Hrrt, sec
ood, ikird, iourtli ami li.tli columns.
BOARD A.N D Loin; I NO WAN PKU ? Fourteenth Page?
Fitth column. _
BROOKLYN KKAL ESTATE FOR HALE- Fifteenth
P age? Third column. ? _ ai-.i.
BUHIN I'.hh OPPOK 1'UNITIES ? Fourteenth Page? 8ixTh
column _ ^
BB81.ne.-8 NOTICES ? N into Pagb? Sixth column.
CITY REAL ESTATE KOR HALE ? FirYKLhTH Page?
First, Mooud and third columns. ? ..
?L8KKS ANI) SALESMEN? Sixteenth Paob? Fourth
and fifth column*.
OLOTIUNU? Fouuru Panic? First, column.
09ACHMEN AND GARDENERS? Sixtmi nth P AC* -Fifth
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS? Thirteenth Paob? Sixth
column. _ ,
COPARTNERSHIPS ? Ei.evknth Page? Third column.
COUNTRY BOARD? Foubthmtu Page? Six h column.
MANCINU ACADEMIES ? Fourth Pagb? 8ccoad column.
DENTISTRY? Sixteenth Pack? Sixth column.
DRV GOODS? First Pa<je? Second, third, fourth, fltth
and sixth columns, aud Sauoau Paul? First, second,
third and fourlh columns.
dwelling houses to let, furnished and UN
FURNISHED? Third Pauk? First and second col
umns.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS? Thirteenth Page? Fifth and
sixth columns.
BUROPE? Third Pack ? Sixth column.
MNANCIAL? Ei.kventii Paub? Third column.
FINE ARTS? Thirteenth Paob? Sixth column.
FOR SALE? Fifteenth Pack? Sixth column.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET
Tiiiru Page? Second and third columns.
FURNITi.'KE? Second Pack? Sixth column.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS? Sixteenth Pace? Sixth
column.
HELP WANTED? FEMALES? Sixtkhnth Pauk? Third
and fourth columns.
IZBLP WANTED? MALES? Sixtricnth Paob? Filth col
umn.
MORSES. CARRIAGES. AC.? Second Paob? Fifth and
sixth columns.
HORSE DISEASE? Sbconb Page? Slxtli column.
HOTELS ? Fourteenth Page? Sixth column.
HOUSES, ROOMS. AC., WANTED? Fifteenth Page?
Filth and sixth columns.
INSTRUCTION? Third Paob? Sixth column.
JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN. HUDSON CITY AND BER
GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Fifteenth Page?
Third column.
LECTURE SEASON? Fourth Page ? Sccond colarui.
LOAN OFFICES? Third Page? Fourth column.
LOST ANl) FOUND? First I'agb? First aud second col
umns.
MACHINERY ? Fifteenth Pagb? Sixth colnmn.
MARBLE MANTELS ? Sixteenth PAGE--Sixth colnmn.
MATRIMONIAL?' Thirteenth Page? Sixth column.
MEDICAL? Sixteenth Paob? Sixth column.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING? Second Page?
! Fourth column.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS ? Twelfth
Pagb? Sixth colnmn.
MISCELLANEOUS? Third Pace? Fourth column.
M I7SICAL ? Fo orth Page? First column.
NEW PUBLICATIONS-THIRD Paob? Fourth column.
PERSONAL? First Pagb? First column.
TIANOFORTEH ? Sixteenth Page? Sixth colnmn.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED ? FEMALES ?
Sixteenth Page? Third colnmn.
PROPERTY OUT OP THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT? Fifteenth Page? Third and fourth columns.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? Fifteenth Page?
Fourth and ftftli columns.
mat. ESTATE WANTED? Fifteenth Page? Fifth col
umn.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES? TniRTRBNTn Page? Sixth column.
REWARDS ? First Pace? Second column.
SALES AT AUCTION? Third Pagb? Fltth and sixth
columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED-FEM ALES? Sixteenth Pagb?
First, second and third columns. *
SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Sixteenth Pagb?
Fourth column.
8PBCIAL NOTICES? Second Pagb? Fourth and flith col
umns.
SPORTING? DOGS, BIRDS, AC.? Second Pack? Fifth
column.
STALLIONS? 8kcond Page? Fifth colnmn.
TUB TRADES? Sixteenth Page? Fifth and sixth col
umns.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOBES-Third Pagb?
First column.
TRAVELLERS' O HIDE ? Thirteenth Page? Sixth col
CNFURNjsnED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Third Pagb? Third and Iourtli columns.
WANTED TO PURCHASE? Third Page? Fourth colnmn.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.? Third Page? Fourth col
umn.
WBSTCHBSTBR COUNTY -PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET? Fifteenth Pagb? Third column.
TACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC? Third Page? Fourth col
umn.
l'KUSOWL. ?
AW. V.? YOUR NOTE WAS RECEIVED TIIIS
? afternoon. I bet; you conic to lue Immediately. I
am frantic. josxk.
A NT INFORMATION OF TIIE PRESENT WllERE
A abouts ol GEORGE H. PORTER, .ion of Rev. James
Porter, will be rewarded by addressing PULTON
ITRKKT, Herald office.
A MCE? HAVE JUST RETURNED; WILL BE AT
the bouse at 6 P. M. 3.
B
F
ROTUER W. J. L Y-CALL TO REE MB AT 630
Seventh avenue, comer Forty-fourth st R. P. L.
CHARLES? I HAVE RECOVERED THE STOLEN
property iiy the aid of the English Uypsy. ANN IK.
IANNY? AS AGREED, ADDRESS ME, APPOINTING
an interview. WILL, box Ut Herald offlec.
INFORMATION OF JAMES REID (COLORED), AGED
17, will lie thankfully receive.! by bis brother at 3M
East Klli.son street, l'aterson, N. J. ; came to Uila city in
September lrom Norfolk. Va.
IP THE GENTLEMAN WHO TOOK THE NUMBER OF
the .stage that run ovr the elderlv gentleman at the
corner of Broadway and Seventeenth street on the even
lav of November 7, 1872. or uuy other person that row the
aecurrence. will please send their address to >1. H.
BMITH, office ol Krio Railway Company, ?!9 Went Twen
ty-third street, they will greatly oblige tnc subscriber.
INFORMATION WANTED? CONCERNING THE
X whereabouts of John B. bradel, who left his home 23d
May last, to go to Albany, since which time he has not
been heard ot. He was ft feet 7 inches high, dark com
plexion, with light side whiskers and mnstaehe, and bis
felt eye was gone. Any Information concerning him will
be thankfully received by his wire at 737 East Ninth
street. Albany and Troy papeis please copy
Lynch, formerly on hoard u. s. s. quinnf
baug, will hear something to his advantage by call
ing on H. WIGGINS at 93 Duann street
M. -DARLING, NO LETTER YET: MONDAY, SAME
place ; 3:30 to ? P. M. O. P.
M.
M1
N? WILL SEE YOU ON DAY MENTIONED.
SEMPKB FIDE LIS.
M
Y IDOL-FAREWELL. IT IS TOO LATE NOW.
God bless you. SEMPKB PIDELIS.
Minstrels. Friday? an acquaintance roli
cited. State particulars for recognition. Address
OUABLES WARNER box 3,1)87 Pout office.
Morris pierce-meet me at thk crittenden
House, Monday evening at 8 o'clock, 1,M4 Broad
way, corner ol Twenty-sixth street. E. H. C.
mflBBIIfQ? BIWCB OCTOBER XT. A BOY NAMED
1" Ijawrenee McGovern, aged 12; brown Hair, dark
eyes, blue overcoat ;d*rk brown cap, sliin aud tall lor bis
aire. Any information will be thauktully received by
his distressed mother, LUCY McGOVKKN, lttf Bast 109th
street, Ilarlem.
ONE WHO FOUND IT DID NOT RECEIVE NOTE
till the 8tb ; was there ; no watch. Address again P.
B.C.
PARTY WHO RECENTLY REMOVED FROM 847
Sixth avenue, second Hour, please to state number
and street of present abode under Personals. Outlays
repaid wiili thanks.
R ALBERT.? NOTE OF 2D RECEIVED ON 8TH. I
? have moved. Please call at number stated in note
ami leiirn present address. 8. D. C.
STRAYED AWAY.? A YOUNG MAN FROM 21) WEST
Tlurty-*con<l street, answers to the name of Billy;
has eurlv hair and has a large "C" marked on the front
of his shirt ; has not been wen since election night. A
reward will be offered for his return and no Questions
?asked. _
Susie-will meet you Thursday afternoon
at 6 o'clock on Sixth avenue aud Filtcenth street.
CAPTAIN.
TO JAMBS DORLAN.? YOUR BROTHER COMES
back Tuesday next
The party who called at the cleaning
and dyeing office of E. Lord, at KM Broadway, tor a
.position us clerk, will pleaae call again.
w
ILL MRS. MORTON PLEASE CALL IN SIXTH
avenue ?
WILL MISS J B N X Y KING, FORMERLY OF TWEN
ty -second street, near Third avenue, please send her
address to ROMEO, Herald office!
WILL TIIE GENTLEMAN WHO WAS IN CAR NO. 2,
of Broadway line, November 2. when ac-ident hap
pened to passenger, send address to WM. FITZGERALD,
Broadway Railroad depot*
liOBT AND POUWD.
TYRO PP ED IN A THIRD AVENUE CAR, OCTOBER
J / 21 ? A ladies' gold WaU h and Chain ; initials (1. A. P.
on watch aud a photograph inside, being the gift of a de
ceased triend. A.llberal reward will be given lor its rc
4urn to idj'J KAst Forty sixth street.
FOUND-A PURSE, CONTAINING MONEY. APPLY
at 210 Third street, between avenues B and C.
IjVM ND? A SIM OF MONEY, NEAR EIGHTH A V E
' nue. Owner tan get it by proving property. Apply
to L. MKRNJI KIME It, M Broad street.
JOST? ON T21K 7TII INST., A BLACK AND TAN DOG:
J answers tu the n>uur ol Jerry ; ?" reward it returned
to private staMe No. 7 Weal Ninth (ML
IOST? ONE RLEUAKT MOSAIC EARRINO, ON SAT
J nrdar afternoon. Tltr Under will be liberally rewarded
by returning the sanin to No. 6 Wsat Thirty -eighth street
LOST-OS WEHT STREET CARS, WALLET CON
talnlng $9t) note aud sate key. Plnder ran koep
Money II balance is returned to W. k K., 76 Murray street,
through mail.
LOST-FRIDAY NIGHT, ATT NIoV'sQUARE THE
aire, a Fur Boa. The finder will be suitably re
warded and receive thanks of the owner by returning It
to 30 Ks *t Eighteenth street
LOST? ON FRIDAY, TIIE 8TH. IN THE UNIVERSITY
place ("urs, ft Parcel containing lace collar and
nieces of laee. The Under will bo liberally rewarded by
leaving same with R. BALDWIN, 72 Hroauwny.
JOST? ON NOVEMBER 8, IN TWENTY-THIRD
J street, ' between Sixth and seventh avenues, two
emoranrtum Books. The finder will receive a suitable i
fgtranl on delivering theui at IK! and Hrt Oram) street
M?BT AND ITOUlip,
Lost? on thukbday, November 7, part ok a
Link Chain, with Kye Gluasea, and small Ornament,
formed of grav hair an<1 wt iu gold, attached Finder
will receive reward and thank* of Uic owner by return
ing It to 163 West Tenth atreet
Lost? from 127 east thirtieth street, on
the 11th iluy of October, ? Gold llununu Ca?e Watch,
with chain and seal attached, No. e,iWU;0. H. W., lwiH,
engraviHl on ease outride. A liberal reward will bo paid
for its return and no questions linked.
I06T? ON THE 7T1I, POCKETBOOK, coming prom
j Twenty-ninth street Catholic church. I ho poor
owner will glv#> a reward by leaving it at 107 weal
Eighteenth street, third floor, front room.
TOST-ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON. BETWEEN
J Fifty third street and Arnold A i:onstible's, a ladv'a
Gold Bracelet. The finder will be suitably rewarded by
leaving it nt 8S Leonard street. K. IVISON.
Lost? on Saturday, between fourteenth
Street Bank and Twentieth Direct, oil Eighth ave
nue, a I'ockeibook containing two mini and small stun
ot money. A liberal reward will be given by returning
the same to 3U9 West Twentieth street.
NOV. a, A DIAMOND (CROSS) PIN. ?A REWARD
of $3ti will he paid !or?its return to R. 8. OBCUTT, as
and fid Fulton street.
u p.w i>
REWARD M>ST, NOVEMBER 8, A POCKET.
book, hetweuu Z fi West street and -<6 Broadway,
turn to JOHN CAMPBELL, iff We.4 street
d?lft REWAJtD.? LOST, IN WASHINGTON MAR
qpAU ket, b.v*a poor man, a Pockatbook, with f<5 in
grcenbai ks in it and a green card. The Under will please
call at 490 Seventh avenue, top floor.
dtji n ukward-for 0ORAL ootA Brooch, UMR
?I> I VI in going from Waverley place, Mercautile Library
and Broadway to Fourteenth street.
rmi.ii- kkiN's Jewelry, under Filth Avenue Hotel.
d?l (t REWARD.? LOST OR STOLEN ON ELR0910M
?x" evening, between Cortlamlt street and office of
the New York Worla, a Gold Watch, It. A G. Reese ley
makers, No. 25,.t!tU. Above reward will lie cheerfully paid
on return ot same to owner, 31 New Churcli street No
question* linked.
<5! Kin RKWARD.? LOST ON FRIDAY. NOV. 7, 1872,
qPIA/t/ two Rings; oue a carat and a half off color
diamond ; the other a heavy gold bloodstone setting;
?tone cracked in the centres Apply at drug store, corner
Eleventh street and Firat avenue.
*1AA REWARD. -IK TIIK MAN WHO KOUN1) A
?1UU Diamond Kin en the Grand atreet earn, near
Green street, on the evening of the 7th Inst., will return
It to the Clarendon Ilitel, he will receive the above
reward, and no question* will be asked.
1>R i GOODS.
LARGEST FANCY GOODS DEPOT
IN AMERICA
18 THE
GRAND CENTRAL
FANCY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
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It- 1* onr highest pride to sell our goods at the lowest
possible prices. __ .
MACY. GRAND
MACY. We are now opening dally all CENTRAL.
MACY. of the latest novelties trom GRAND
MACY. London. Paris, Berlin, CENTRAL.
MACY. Viennaand other European GRAND
MACY. Markets. CENTRAL.
MACY. All of our own GRAND
MACY. importation. CENTRAL.
MACY GRAND
Bronzes.
A complete new stock of
B rotizrs from the best
artist* in Europe.
Alto, a full assortment of
French composition Bronzes
at very low prices.
. Opera Vans
and
Opera Glasses
In every style and quality.
4 choice atock of Fore of onr own importation.
Hosiery, Cnderwear, Furs. Laces,
Embroideries, Handkerchiefs,
White Goods, llousekneniiur Goods,
House-Furnishing Goods, Small Wares,
Dress Trimmings, Ac.
MILLINERY.
Onr Millinery Department
is complete with all tile
new and desirable, shades
and qualities of
Flowers, Feathers,
Velvet*, Silks, Ribbons,
lluts. Frames, Ac. uiiAiti) *?
The G. F. black Velvet Ribbons. CENTRAL.
Worsted Embroideries.
A ftill line of Worsted Patterns and Embroideries.
An elegant assortment of Vienna Goods, in Russia
Leather, comprising I'ocket-books, Port-mon
nales. Toilet Articles, Hat's, Reticule*
and every conceivable article
in Russia leather.
Books and Magazines and Chromos sold from 20 to SO
Iier cent lesa than publishers' prices.
MACY. A discount GRAND
MACY. will be made to CENTRAL.
those buying to sell again. ?
MACY. R. II. MACY A CO., GRAND
MACY. Grand Central Star Establishment, CENTRAL.
Fourteenth st. and Sixth av. '
A
?JOHNSON, BURNS k CO.,
> importers of
FRENCII MILLINERY GOODS,
respectfully announce to their customers and the public
Great Inducements in
millinerF GOODS,
on MONDAY, November 11.
The season bciug now lur ad vuticcd lor their wholesale
trade, they have removed the greater portion of their
targe stock from their wholesale bouM>, 448 and 491) Broad
way, to their retail hon'C in Union square, in order to
close out the balance ot' their Kail and Winter Importa
tions. and make room lor their Hpriug Goods, which arc
now being purchased liy Mr. Johnson in the French, Eng
Ihh and German markets and will continue to offer thu
following good* at a further reduction on former prices
ROUND HATH.
160 dozen of Drab, White, Black and Brown Felt llats, re
duced from 91 2ft to 75c.
200 dozen reduced from $1 38 to $1.
230 dozen Kxtra Fine Moods, all new shapes, reduced from
$1 75 to $1 31
SUk Velvet Round Hats, in great variety, at $2 75 and $3.
TRIMMED BONNETS
AND ROUND HATS.
Round Hats, f IS, reduced to $12.
Round Huts, SIR AO, reduced to $1350.
Round Hats, f&l, reduced to $16,
Round Hats, $22, reduced to $18.
Round Huts, $25, reduced to $20.
Bonnets, $3S, reduced to $25.
Bonnets, $:<<>, reduced to $22.
Bonnets, $2(1. reduced to ?20.
Bonnets, $.2 90, reiluced to $19.
Bonnets, $20, reduced to $15.
Toadies', Misses' and Children's Felt Bt. James Hats,
trimmed and untrlmmed, $1 38 and upward*
RIBBONS.
Onr own importation, in all the new shades.
No. 12, colored gros grain, all silk, f * .
. No. Id, colored groa grain, all silk, .Vic.
Twenty-live cartons, 7-inch, all silk sash Ribbon, 95c.,
worth $1 25.
Thirty-three cartons, 7-inch, groa grain sash Ribbon,
all colors, $1 25, worth $1 75.
Six and seven-Inch itoman gros grain, at $1 25 and $1 SO,
worth $1 5t) and $2.
FRENCH FLOWERS,
Feathers, .let ornaments and
FANCY GOO OS,
at a reduction of 33 per cent
JOHNSON, BURNS A CO.,
34 and 30 East Fourteenth street,
t Union square.
A? JOHNSON, BURNS A CO.,
. IMt'ORTER8.
Having purchased an Importer's stock of English Merino
Underwear at a large discount, we will uffer on Monday,
Nov. II, and during the week, the following goods at 25
per cent less than the cost of importat ou
Sovcnty-flve dozen ladles' low-neck English Merino
Vests, at 78e., 85c. and $1.
N I net v duzeu ladles' high-neck, short sleeves, 85c., $1
and $1 10.
One hundred and twenty-five dozen ladles' high-neck,
long sleeves, Wo., $1 ami $1 12.
One hundred dozen English Merino Drawers, $1 and
$1 A
Kifty-flve doxen mlsaes' Merino Vests, low neck, 50c.,
aor. and 75c.
Seventy-fire do?en misses' Merino Vests, high neck,
long sleeves. R5c., 70c and 75c.
one hundred and fifteen doxen boys' heavy English
Merino Vests, 75c., We.. ->5c. and $1.
Ninety-five dozen boys' heavy English Merino Pants,
7fic , 85c. andSBc.
Eighty- five dozen mieses' Merino Pantalettes and Draw
ers. rtrtc.. 86c. ami ?)c.
One hundred and fitly dozen men's Merino Shirts and
Drawers. $1. $1 25 iiB I $1 50.
Flftv dozen men's KnglJsh Merlnn Halt' llosc, at fl#c.
Thirtv dojeti ladle*' Bullish Merino Halt' Hose, at 7#c.
Tweritv-flv** dozen children's Union Drcsaes, sbirUaml
drawers attached, at $1 50 and $1 ?.
GLOVER
300 dozen ladies' Italian Kid Gloves, 2 buttons, at $1
and $1 25.
Oourvolasler's 2-huttoned Kid Gloves at $2 per pair.
A large assortment ot Cloth and Fleacy lined Glove*,
for ladles, misses and children, all qualities and sizes, at
very low prices.
UMBHKfXAfl.
Ladles' Silk Umbrellas, $1 25, $4 25 and $5 6.1.
Gents' Silk Umbrellas, $?. #tt7;?aml $7 30.
10 dozen Alpaea Umbrella*, 2ti inch, at $2 iv, great bar
gain*. 4 JOHNSON, nUMNS a < o?
34 and 36 East Fourteenth street. Union square.
DRY GOODS.
A r
iv *4- off*"'
for th? ensuing
week the UiOst ex
traordinary bargains in
onr several departments,
"* ? comprising elegant Bilk, Mo
hair, Poplin, Sergu anil Cashmere
Walkiug Suits and Costumes, in or
dinary. medium, tine made up, and
imported Costumes in every variety or
stylo, material and color, tor Evening
Carriages, and Street Wear, at exceedingly
taw and attractive prices, to which wo
would especially direct particular attention.
Having a large and complete stock ot Kcady
Hade tiariiieiita on hand, we are disposed to
offer them at less than cost. In addition we have
Organdie and Swiss Evening Dresses and liver
Dresses. made up In the neatest and most attractive
styles, at exceedingly low prices. We have aluojust
opened a large and elegant assortment of French
Beaver* 'loaks. Polonaises, Mantles and Double Canes;
also Cloth Cloaks and Jackets, and Capes of Fi tic
Beaver, Drap d'Ete and Cashmere, tr mined with
Alaska, Fitch, Silver Kox and Beavor Furs, all of the
newest and latest design", mostly imported, and which
we shall offer at remarkably low prices. Attention is
also directed to our line ot ilouse Holies and Morning
Wrappers, made up ot Cashmere. Poplin, Empress mid
Saline Cloths, Wool Heps, *c., trimmed in the most suh
atantial and attractive manner with Silk. Satin aim Vel
vet, at extremely low prices. These Goods are made up
under our own personal supervision, and are made with
a view to substunuability, nlti'acltvcncs.s and low price.
Our department tor Ladies', Misses', Children's and In
fants' Underwear U now tally complete; and forstvlos,
mUcs, quality ot material, wokuianrhip, completeness ot
detail and low prices, we are conlldent we are not ex
celled by any one house on the Continent Onr stock
comprises Ladies' Kcady Made Muslin and Cambric
Walking aud Train Skirts, Underskirts, chemises. Night
Robes. Toilet Sacqaes, Corset Covers, Ac. ; Misses' and
Children's Night Robes, Morning Slips, Chemises,
Drawers, Skirts, Ac., Ac.; Iniants' Embroidered
Holies, Day and Night Dsesseii, Morning Slips, Skirts,
Flannel Hands, Barrow Coats, Flannel Skirts, Merino
Cloaks and Shawls, Lace and Linen Kihs, Ac., Ac.,
In complete outfit or by the single piece, and all at
onr usually popular prices. We would also direct
particular attention to a specialty In Linen Pil
low and Sheet Shams, which we offer in great
variety and various stylos, in lluffle, Inserting
and Embroidered Edging, at extraordinary
low prices. We te.el confident an in
spection ot the above department will
merit the approval of our custom
ers and the public. Our Hosiery
and Handkerchief Department fs
?locked with the most desirable
Goods for the present Kail sea
son, consisting of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Ualhriggan
lilsh Thread, Bilk, Silk
Cloeked, Merino, Stri
ped and plain
Cashmere.
We wMl place
ON KXHIHITIO*
ON MONDAY, NOV. 11.
the moat complete assortment of
1.ADFES1, MISSKR? AND INFANTS'
UNDBR'iAKMKNTK,
made of WannmO* muslin,
Umdtlc cambric
and extra fine linen,
finished in ttic very bent manner,
and offered at price*
which delv competition.
The special attention paid to this department has ena
bled us to keen constantly on hand the greatest variety to
be found In the city, from low-priced (yet well-finished)
goods to the mwt elaborately trimmed with French and
Swiss embroider!**, Valenciennes, Smyrna lace, Ac.
Wc submit to our customers and the public the follow
ing prices
LADIES' FULL SIZED N1UHT ROBES,
fine tucked yokef , back and front, and trimmed
with cambric ruffle $1 38
SACQUE OOWNS,
embroidered ami tneked yoke, and trimmed with
needle-work edging 1 95
LADIES' NIGHT ROIEfl,
French yoke of bias puffing and needle-work In
serting, und finished with needle-work edging 3 60
LADIES' NIOHT ROUES,
Bins tucked hb li neei le-work, inserted yoke, with
band ol needle-work and clusters of tucks down
front 4 5(1
LADIES CHEMISES,
tape trimmings, ruffled and corded band and
sleeves. 79
FINE TUCKED CHEMISES,
with N. W. inserted Ibsoms, and trimmed with
cambric ruffling 90
POINTED YOKE CHEMISES,
deep tucking and line N. W. inserting, finished
will) fine ruffling around laud and sleeves 1 28
FRENCH SACQUE CHEMISES,
bias tucked yoke and slee -es "En pointe" 1 95
CHEMISES
with line tucked yoke back and front, and finished
with N. W. eilginc 2 25
LADIES' DRAWERS, _
trimmed with deep hem Mid several clusters of
tucks 88
B. ALTMAK A CO.
LADIES' DRAWERS,
nuido of Wamsutt* muslin, trinjlied with clusters
of tucks and deep N. W. inserting nr edging 1 50
SAME as above, with wide row of liagonal tucking
and deep N. W. edging 1 75
SAME as above, trimmed with bi? pnfflng mnl N.
W. inserting aud edging 2 50
We have a lar?e varietv of LADIES' TRAIN, WALK
ING anil DI'MI-'I'K.Vl.N SKIRTS. al-0 I NOKRSK III T.-l,
and oiler tlie loliowing siyle* and pr?*? a? specialties:?
TRAIN SKIRTS.
Deep hem and cluster of tu?k? $1 50
Cambric, ruffled and tu? ked 2 00
Inserted pnlflng between clu?tem of turtu and earn
brie runies t 85
Deep cambric flounce and cross tii'k:ne in er
seeled by n. w. inserting "tin pointii 4 50
EXTREM K.LY EIiABOHATK,
trimmed with ruffles, clusters ol tueks. n. ?. Insert
ing, Ac . iro.i $(? 80 to 25 (10
LADIKS' WALKING SKIRTS,
deep side plaiting 78
WAI.kl.Ntl nKIKIS,
with two cambric ruffles, intersected by custe.r*
of tuek? 1 48
WALKING SKIRTS,
trimmed with rows of points and tine tucks 2 25
DKMI-T RAIN SKIRTS,
deep hem and clusters of tucks above 1 35
DEMI-TRAIN SKIRTS,
deep cambric flounce and cluster* of tucks aluve. 1 75
FINK MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS,
trimmed with clusters of tucks und cambric ruf
fles 86
MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS,
trimmed with Inserted putting or diagonal tucking
and ruffle 95
SAME,
deep hem. rows of points and clusters of tuck*. . . 1 50
Ruffled, tucked and needle work inserting 2 25
Rich assortment in Cambric and Nulnsook Corse) Cov
ers. Toilet Sacques, Ladle*' Embroidered Flannel Mirtft,
Aprons, Ac.
OUR SPECIALTY.
Linen Pillow and Sheet Shams, unequalled io cheapness
and richness.
Full set, consisting ot three pieces, trimmed with
clusters ol tucks and ruffle |i 25
Do., puffed) tucked and ruffled li SO
Do., n. w. Inserted, tucked and ruffled 7 Si
Jio., two row* of inserted puffing and ruffling 8 V)
Do., n. w. Inserted and edged all around 0 <8
FINE MUSLIN CHEMISES, DRAWERS AND NIGH 1
ROUKS, in siaes suitable lor young ladles of all ages.
OCR INFANTS' DEPARTMENT
comprise* the most attractive articles in thin line.
Baskets, furnished or unfurnished ; Flannel Bunds, Bar
row Coats, flannel and cambric skirt*/ linen lawn
Sh rta, Kureka Diapers. Bibs, night and morning HMpa,
dav and christening Rooe?? the latter especially elahor
ately trimmed with Swiss and French embroidery, Va
lene!lennes edging and Inserting.
Ladies will And It greatly to their advantage to pur
chase their articles ai our establishment, as ihey can save
tully 411 per cent. Corsets, Bustles, Hoop Skirts, Panb rs,
Skirt supporter*, in endless variety and ai prices wbkelt
cannot be surpassed.
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B ALTMAN A CO.
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MT9 AVENUE.
DRY GOODS .
A."
We shall
place on our coun
ter, Monday, Nov. 10, 9
catesot elegant black gros
grain Bilks, of the very bolt
makes, and suitable for the pres
ent wear, at 3 1 i?r cent below the
I ire*: ut market prices, at or icon rang
uk troin $1 75, $2, |3 50 ami S< per
yard. Bonnet's best make, gros grain
silk. at $4, retailing elsewhere at $5. Col
ored Dress Silks, In ail the new cloth
shades, will also he offered nt reduced prices.
Trimming Velvets ill black and colorH, of
?very shade and Tint, to match the present
suitings, $2 SO, $'i and 94 per yard. Lyon* OliW?k
lug Velvet*. irimi M to -0 lnclie.ii in width, at
$H, $12 and flfi per yard. Turquoise Silks and lieu*,
lust opened, and greatly adapted lor trimming
purposes, at $l jO per yard. Courtauld's celebrated
best black Crepes, trom the medium to the fluent
qualities, and ranging In prices from $2, $2 80 and
upward*. (*ur nt" k ot rich Drew* and Cloak
Kriuk'os and Poxwineiite/ies 1s unsurpassed by
any house in the eity i ir elegance of design and low
prices. We otl'cr, in some tiny various designs, extra
wide Cloak Fringes and Pa-vs, meuterics, with Orna
m- nts to match; also all colors and shades of Trim
ming Fringes, Cords, Tassels and Ornaments, which we
constantly keep on hand, and made to order at the
shortest notice, hlcganl Head and Crochet t'asscineu
teries and Ornaments, Ostrich, Peacock and Jet Feather
Trimming in various qualities and patterns. An inspcc
. Ion ol ilie above departmens Is well worthy of the at
tention of our customers and the public, as also our
Lace Department, having iust opened a very large and
extensive Stock of Heal Lac.es, in all widths, and of
the latest pauerus. We offer the choicest goods in
this Department that can he obiuinod in any one
house in the city. Iteal Thread ami Yak Laces,
in all widths, suitable lor Cashmere uud Silk
wear. A lull line ol Reul Point, Point Applique,
Valenciennes, and Blonde Laces, at reduced
prices. We shall otl'er choice novelties in
made-up Lace Hoods, Including Lace ltarbes
uud Fichues; also Spanish Lace Net and
Spanish ready-made Lace Veils. A00 Cartons
in plain Linen ; F.mbroidered Sets of Collars and
CufTs. Over 600 different styles of Ladies' and
Misses' at our usually low prices. This
Department also contains the latest styles
of plaltings and Ruitllngs, tor trimming
and Neck Wear. Our Kihbon Department
Is complete with a full stock of Oros
drain. Bonnet and Sash Kibhons, in
all widths, colors and Shades, to
match tbe present suitings. The
newest ana latest designs ol
l<adies' Silk Neck Wear, compris
ing Ladies' Silk ticartfc, Shawls,
Ties, Knots and Bows, also
to match, which we
offer at a redac
tion of seven
and a half
per cent.
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1. ALTMAN A 00.
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WIVL OPEN
Monday, nov ii,
Nov?Kles
ami
BhuiIm
In
READY MADE SUITS AND COSTUMES,
Comprising
l? roe
and
elegant
Stock of
BLACK AND COLORED SILK WALKINO SUITS,
IMPORTED WORSTED POPLIN WALKING SUITS,
Heady made Black and Colored Hulls
in
every
variety,
My Ir. and design,
at (? traordlnary bargains.
PINE BLACK ALI'AOA SUITS AT $12, $18. ?
BLACK MOHAIR ALPACA SUITS AT $W, $25.
COLORED POPLuTwaLKINO SUITS, $25.
FINE READY MADE AND IMPORTED SUITS
at
$36, $40, $45.
BLACK SILK WALKINO St' ITS, $30.
ELEGANT TRIMMED BILK SUITS
at $75, $100.
ORGANDIE AND SW1SS~ WALKING AND TRAIN
SUITS, COMPLETE,
and trimmm elaborately with inverting, Ac.,
at
$18 and $25.
ORGANDIE AND SWISH OVERDRESSES,
trimmed, stylish and elaborate,
at
$f> 85. $7 50,
$!>, $12 and $15.
HOUSE ROBES AND MOUNINO WRAPPERS,
in
Cashme re. Delaine, Empress and Hatlne Cloth,
l'opllu, Plaids, Merino and Caiitimere,
trimmed
with silk, satin, velvet, Ac.,
at
$5, $6, $7 50, $9 and $12 and upwards.
CLOAKS, 1 In Frcnch Beaver, Lyon* Cloth,
DOLMANS, ) Camel's Hair, Drap d'hte, Cashmere,
trimmed in various ami
most stylish designs with fringe, fur,
real lace, passementerie, *c.,
at
extremely low prices.
At
MANTI.ES,
DOUBLE CAPES,
POLONAISES,
B. ALTMAN A (X).,
will open on MONDAY, November II,
WITH EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS.
Rich Black Dress Silks, $2 per yard.
Elegant Black Oros Grain Silks, $2 50 per yard.
One case ot new Black Silks just opened,
including
Bonnets, best make, at
$3, $'( 50 and $4 per yard,
fully 25 per cent less thuu regular prices.
LYONS BLACK CLOAKING VELVETS;
one case just received,
at $8, $:> anil $12 per yard.
BEST BLACK TRIMMING VELVETS,
extra rich and flnc finish,
at $2 80, $5 V) an I $4 per yard.
All the new CLOTH SHADES of TRIMMING VELVETS,
beautiful color* nnd test quality,
at $2 a 0, $1 and $4 per yard.
BLACK SII.K TI'Rvjl OlHK AND REPH,
Also in nil color* mid shades,
for trimming purposes,
at $1 40 per yar.t.
ELEGANT DESIONS IN RICH DRESS AND CLOAK
FRINGES,
PASSEMENTERIES,
ORNAMENTS,
Ac.,
J lift received.
RFAL
LA* EH
and
lace
GOODS,
In Thread Point, I'otnt Applique, Yak, Valen
ciennes, Spanish Ijace, Spanish Lace Net,
Spanish Lace Veils, In all designs and every
variety,
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
BONNET AND SASH RIBBONS
in black and all colors,
ot best Oros Grain,
at
40c. 45c., 50c. and 60c. per yard.
ONE CASE OP
BONNET AND HAIR ORNAMENTS
JUHT OPENED,
in extremely pretty and novel designs, to which we cor
dially invite our friends and public for examination. We
ure able to exhibit over 100 various designs of the above
Goods, which we shall ofTcr at very nominal prices.
AT A LATE HOUR
we have opened four coses. Containing the finest assort
meat of ,
CLOAKS,
which will he placed
for sale
ON MONDAY, NOV. II,
and
20 different new sty Ms of
DOLMANS,
SACQUES,
MANTLES
and
DOUBLE CAPS.
B. ALTMAN A CO. >8,
SIXTH AVENUE. j
DRV UOOD9.
At
MKAKRH',
Hixtli a v.
and
Nineteenth
street.
Btrauxersanil families visiting Ute city, and
ladies making purchases of Kali and Win
tor Goods, can find a largo and elegant as
sortment of ttrat class Goods in all the
newest styles und latent novelties.
By examining our immense assortment be
fore purchasing tliey will obviate the neces
sity of shopping in different stores, saving
time and trouble, u* we feel Hulislled that lor
first class goods our prices arc lower tliau
any house tn tiic city.
At ^
MBARR8',
Sixth av.
and
Nine toon th |
street.
We are now ottering special Inducements
1?
Black .'ihiV Colored Silks.
Pull lines ot nil t lie new sbAdei in Trim
ming Hills, at very low prices.
All colors lu heavy well covcrcil Satin,
91 2T> yard , ns good an formerly sold at $2 25.
Very One Black Trimming Silas, $1 25, $1 33
and |l so.
Pint class Blae.k Gran Grain Dress Silks, 2?
inch, 91 76, 91 and 92.
Home extra choice Block Grog drain Silks
wide und heavy, 92 at), 92 75 and 93.
Bonnet's Tapissier aud other favorite
makes at very low prices.
At
MKAKtiS,
Sixth av.
and
Nlnoteeuth
street.
DRHS8 GOODS,
We are now offering splendid value In
Drew Goods, having secured many cheap
lots at the late auction sales.
Ratines, Empress Cloth, Herges, Poplins, in
rlotti color*,
Mourning Goods, in Cashmere, Drape te,
Crepe Cloths, Alpacas, Barritz Cord ; large
assortment
Pure Mohair Alpacas, 30c., 38c. ,44c. and 50c.
Empress Cloths cloth colors, 50c. and 63c.
3,000 pieces fancy and plain Dress Goods,
every style, 36c., 30c., 36c., 40c. and 60c.
Rich riald Japanese Silks, C5c. and 76c. ;
worth 91.
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M1L.UNKUV GOODS.
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Our millinery department is just now un
usually attractive. Besides our usual assort
ment or fine Flowers and Pcutiiera wo have
purchased an importer's stocx of Feathers,
Ac., at a great reduction, which we now offer
at extremely low prices.
500 boxes real Ostrich Tips, in all the new
shades to mateh the silks and velvets, 25c. ;
same as ?old all over at 91 and 91 36.
I flu boxes Poaeock Feathers, Ac., 25c., 38c.
and aoe.
Pelt Hats, all the new shades, and Bonnet
Frames, at manufacturers' prices.
Bonnet Velvets, in new xhudes, at low rates.
Fine hliti'k Hiinnct Velvet, $1 Si, 92 and 9226.
Colored Bonnet Velvet, 92, 92 25, 92 W
and 93.
Full line black and colored Velveteens, 76c.,
88c. and 91.
Plushrs, every color, 91. 91 26 am< 91 50.
Kieli ldm>, brown and garnet Velvet, 91 26;
worth 92 25.
At
MEARE8',
Sixth av.
and
Nineteenth
street.
HOSIERY AND UNDERGARMENTS.
Our stock of llosiery and Merino Under
garments is notcxenlli'd by anv house in the
city. Our goods are the best imported and
domestic and lowest prlees.
We keen every make oi ladies', Children's
and Gentlemen's English, BalhrlgKan, Merino
and extra long Fancy Fluids.
Jouvln's and other popular makes of Kid
Gloves, in one. two anil three buttons.
Home very tine real Kid Gloves 50c., 76c.,
88c. and 91
Two and three button seamless, undressed
Kid Gloves best ((Utility, file, and 76c.
Ladies' Buckskin Drivhu: Gloves, fur tops,
60c., excellent article, worth 91 2fl.
At
MKAKKB',
Sixth av.
and
Nineteenth
street
CMIAKS AND HUAWI>M.
Wc are now oneniat; a large assortment of
Cloth embroidered and Fur trimmed
saeques, Ac., handsomely nnd richly
trimmed and well tluisbed, at $8, $10, III,
$14, $16. $18 to $3U.
Waterproof Cloak*, every stylo, ready
made or to order ; clioico patterns, ottoman
Shawls, $2 76, S3, $4, (6, $?, *7, *8, $J and
*10. m
CORSETS AND UNDERUARMENTR
?laving made many addition* to this popu
lar department, our customers can llu<l ml
the trailing makes ot French wove and hand
made Corsets Irom ilie lowest to thu highest
cost good-; at our usual low rate*.
Colored Matin Corsets made to order.
Ladies' ready made InlergarmentKofbest
material, Really made und trimmed, from
76c to *5.
Nightgowns, Chemises and Drawers Insets,
$9, $10, *12.
Ladies Tycoon Rep*, Alpacru ami Empress
Cloth Morning Holies, trimmed with quilted
satin, large assortment.
At
ME ARBS',
Sixth av.
and
Nineteenth
street.
HOCBBK KBIMNG GOODS,
Ail the leading makes of shfrlln? and shret
i np Muslin by the piece or yard at jobbers'
prices.
10-4 Blankets $3 SO, |4, SI AO and $.'? a pair.
All Linen Napkins, SI. SI 25, $1 38 and SI 60
dozen.
Fine Ro?<lan Toweling, 15c. and 18c. ; worth
25c.
Hod Comfortables, SI 7ft. $2. $2 2ft and $2 50.
Nottingham Curtains by the yard or pair.
Nottingham Lace, handsome patterns, 29c.,
38c., 44c.
At
M BARBS',
Sixth av.
and
Nineteenth
street.
DRhhH TRIMMINGS
-*>
We are opening every day Dress Trim
luiittis in ail the latest novelties Imported.
Kich I'amunwuteri)' (.imps, Fancy Fringes
and I .oops.
Feather and Fur Trimmings In every width
and quality.
Bonnet and Hash Ribbons in new shades.
Full assortment Windsor Ties, 50c.
WORHThD KMBROIDERIEH in all styles.
Hugs, Slipper Patterns, Cushions and
Brackets.
Canvas, Russia Leather and Morocco Bag*
mid Purses.
Soaps, Perfumeries and all kinds of Toilet
Articles.
At
MRARER',
Sixth av.
and
Nlnteenth
street
We would respectfully announce to onr
friend* and customers that we will open a
larpe and elegant collection of Holiday
Oocds Monday, December 2.
RICHARD MEARRH,
?.?stji avcuuv und NuutveU) street.
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EIGHTH AVENUE, NbAlt TWENTY-FOUKTH STREET.
EIGHTH AVENUE, NEAR TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.
Our now hull lines
thronged and greatly admired.
Tiio bargain*
in nil our depart menu fully appreciated.
ON MONDAY, NOV. ll,
?
iii every lin\
SPECIAL BARGAINS
Dress and
cloak Trimming*,
Silk
Fringes
Rcul Guipure,
Thread,
and
Yak
Larrs
II
speeinl
prine*.
EIGHTH A v.,
near /rru sr.
EIGHTH AV.,
NEAR 241' II ST.
EIGHTH A V.,
NEAR 24TI1 .sT.
EIGHTH AV.,
NEAR 24T1I ST.
EIGHTH AV..
NEAR 24TU ST.
EIGHTH AV.,
KKAU 24TH ST.
EIGHTH AV.,
NEAR L'll' 1 1 ST.
Black Silk Gimp Irom 92 to $2"> apiece.
All very cheap.
Silk Twist Bullion Fringes, troui 28c. to $2 ?.0 ynrd.
An elegant assortment of
FINE CLOAK ORNAMENTS,
LOOPS, BUTTONS, AC.
Dress and cloak makers liberally dealt with.
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We Import all our Real Guipure Laces direct front
France and Germany, thereby savin# all Intermedial
prollts and com missions, and we sell the saine at less than
wholesale prices. We have now on hand over 10,000 yards
ol Keul Guipure Luces at prices ranging from l-.'tc. to 9'J
per yard.
Elegant patterns Real Guipure Lace, 2 inches wide,
at 60c. and #5e.
Elegant patterns Real Guipure Lane, full 2% inches
?widu, at 75c. aiul 35c.
Elegant patterns Real Guipure Luce, fUU3 inches wide,
at $1 per yard.
Rich pattern:', fully 4 inches wide, at from $1 20 to $1 90
Together with a rich assortment
up to 9 inches wide, at *1 75, $2, 92 28, $2 70, $3 and
upwurd.s.
We guarantee these prices to lie fully 40 per cent less
than tin' miiiio nualiiy of goods can bo purchased in any
store of the city.
Wo cordially invite ladies to call and examine, without
retercuce to purchasing.
No trouble to show the goods.
Imported Sample Cards on our counters.
REAL THREAD and YAK LAC EH.
I'OINf APPLIQUE LACKS, LACE PELEttlNES,
CAPES. UAItBES, AC.
Real Guipure Pelerines at (li 95 and upwards.
VELVETS AND VELVETEENS.
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100 pieces Black Velveteens at flOc. and tMo. per yard.
100 pieces fine Black Velveteen at 75c. mid Hfte. per yard.
lU) pieces extra tine Blaek Velveteen at $1. worth |l 40.
Supc'tlne Velveteens, in Black and Colors, at 91 25, wortu
fully 91 75.
BLACK SILK VELVETS
iroin auction
nt les* than cost of importation.
100 picccs tine Black Silk Velvets ut 91 75, 92 and 92 2b,
all bargains.
Extra One Black Silk Velvets at 92 90, 92 75 am* $S 28.
worth ftally 40 per cent more.
CLOAK VELVETS AT PANIC PRICES.
Fine Black Silk Cloak Velvets, full 27 inches wide,
at $4 40, worth fully 97.
Fine black silk Cloak Velvets, lull 28 inches wide,
at 95. worth fully 9-S 90.
Superfine black Cloak Velvets, guaranteed all silk faca
and back, at 9H 25, w ortti $12.
In
our Velvet
Department we have
been extraordinarily successful In
our auction purchases, and will offer
extraordinary inducements to
our patrons throughout
the Fall aud Win
ter season.
CHEAPEST RIBBONS IN NEW YORK. f
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Millinery, I .aces and Nets,
Black Crapes,
Fine Flowers,
Feathers,
Pompons,
Aigrettes, Ac., Am
Peacock Bands, lull length, best make,
- at 39c.
Single quill black Ostrich Tips
at l8c., 25c., 90c., 79c. and upwards.
Heavy long black Willow Feathers at from 94 to $5 earn.
worth toll 90 50.
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TR1MMED AND UNTKIXMKD HATH
1
the cheapest ever offered.
Kali stylo Felt Hat* at .'flu. cach.
fall style Kntfllsli Kelt Ilats at $1 each.
Uncut quality French Felt (Tata,
any iliaile or style, at 91 U.
Special bargain.
l,000trimmcil lini'listi Felt Alpiucs, lust opened,
to be sold at $1 each,
always oold at 91 iX
In our Trimmed floods Department wo will otfir tho
iiiont superbly trimmed it at a sacrifice. Owing t<?
the unavoidable delay in complctlnK our establishment
the stock lias accumulated to over 1,000, and in order to
reduce the Mtne wu will oiler the entire stock at a great
sacrifice.
Ladies invited to our elegant Millinery Showrooms.
f MUSLIN AND MKRINO UNDERWEAR.
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WX? Ladles' Merino Vests at t>8c., worth $1.
Kxtra quality Ladies' Merino Vesta at $1, worth $1 33.
Genu' heavy Shirts and Drawers at i>K\ , worth 73c.
We have just opened a n.w Fur Department and will
sell tirst class fur* at less than ever before offered.
1,1110 Children's l'atcnt Fur Sen, Muff and Boas, at (I 75,
sold all at $- 73.
Children's white Fur Caps at 85c., sold everywhere at
91 M.
Ladles' White Sets, Muff and Boas at 9S50, worth 98 50,
together with a very choice assortment of the very
Finest Furs
at less than the same goods can be bought In any store in
the country.
Call and judge for yourselves.
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Greatest bargains yet offered.
100 Misses' Reversible Striped Shawl* { $] wor{h ^ ^
200 Ladles' Striped Shawls, at 92 50, worth 93
11 caw grav double blanket Shaw In, at 9' * orth 9< 30.
Ladle's' Reversible Ottoman Shawls, i
at 93 50, 94. 94 50, 95 and upwards,
all at auction prices.
R.ch Broche and Paisley Shawls ^ ^ ^
without exception the lowest ever belore oflered
in the
f hh~awl DKPABTMENT.
We can offer
eVraordlnarv inducements, as, owing to ttie panic In tho
wholesale market, we have been enabled to nurchaae oar
Shuts Is very cheap, and have no high-priced gonrts to
sell off.
We solicit an inspection.
Hew Designs
in Sacques, Cloak*, Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Ac., Ac.
We again cordially invite all ladles to visit our He.
gant establishment Thev will be surprised at tho rich
assortment of our goods, and at the unliorui cheapness
ol our prices.
Orders by inail receive special attention.
Samples and price lists sent tree on application.
Polite, courteous attention to all.
('all early In the day to avoid the throng at
EIIKICU'U
Temple of Fashion,
287 and 2H? Wfchth avenue.
iwtar Tw> iilv fourth lUW*

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