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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
PRICE FIVE CEJTTS.
DIRECTOR! FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUREMENTS?Four** Paob?First, wcond. third,
fourth, fifth and *ixth column*.
aSTRoLuUY-Thieo Page?Third column.
BALL SEASON?Thirteenth Page?Third column.
?iLLIARDsi?Thirteenth Paob?Flftn column.
BOARDER# WANTED?Focbtbexth Pace?Pirst. B?o
ond, Third tnd Fourth columna, and oicohd Page?
Third and Fourth columns.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED? Pocrtrkhth Page?
Fourth column, ami Second Pack?Fourth column.
BROOKLYN RKAL ESTATE FOR SALE-1hird Pagh
Hecond column.
8CSINKSH opportunities? Ki.etbxth Pica.
USINI-.SS NOTICES?Ninth Page? Filth and sixth col
umna.
CITY real ESTATE FOB 8ALE-Thibd Pace? First
column.
CLERKa AND SALESMEN?Fifteenth Pic*?Fourth
and fifth columns
CLOTHING?Third Pica?Sixth column.
COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?Fifteenth Pace?
Flitn column.
COAL AND WOoD?Thirteenth Pagb?Sixth column.
coastwise STEAMSllIl'S?oecokd Paux?Sixth col
umn.
COPARTNERSHIPS?Eleventh Pagb.
COUNIRY BOARD?Skcond Pag*?Fifth column.
DANCING ACADEMIES?Thirteenth Pau*? Third col
umn.
DPNTISTRY?TniRTEENTn Pacx?Third column.
DRY goods? First Pagi?Third, fourth, Qltli and sixth
columns, and Sixtrentii Paux? hirst, second, third,
fourth ana Illth columns.
dwelling HOUSES TO LET, PURNISHED AND UN
FUKNISHKD?Fourteenth Pag*? Fifth and sixth
columns, and Second Page?First column.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?SECOND PASE-Hfth and
sixth column*.
XXCURSION*?Skcohd Pack?Sixth column.
.FINANCIAL?Eucventh Pagb.
FINJJ AIU3?Thirteenth I'AG*?Third column.
FOR sale?third Pack?Filth and sixth column*.
FURNISHKD rooms AND APARIMENTS TO LET?
Fourteenth Pag*?sixth column, and Second
- Pagb?First and second columns.
FDRNITURli?FirTBKKTii Pag*?Sixth column.
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Fifteenth Pags?Third
and fourth columns.
HKLP WANTED?MALES? Fifteenth Pagb? Pllth col
umn.
HORsEs, CAItUIAOF.S, AO.?Tunmcaimi Pagb?Fourth
and fllth column*.
HOTELS?second I'agb?Fourth and flfth columns.
Bouses, rooms, ao., wanted?third 1'a<je?sixth
column.
INSTRUCTION?TniRTXMTn Pagb?Sixth column.
JERshY city, HOBOKEN, nUDSON city AVD BER
GEN real estate FOR SALr.?Third Pai,*
Socond column.
LECTURE SEASON?Pocrth Plan? First column
Loan OFFICES?Fifteenth Pau*?Sixth column.
LOST and FOUND?mxtxbithi Pagb? ixth column.
machinery?Third Pagb? ixtli colnmn.
MAltKLE MANTELS?Thirteenth pacb-Sixth Column.
MATRIMONIAL?Fourth Pagk?First column.
MEDICAL-Third Page?Third column. _
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?sixteenth Page
Flith and sixth columns.
MISCELLANEOUS advertisements ? TwxLrrn
Pagb?Sixth column. _
MISCELLANEOUS?Tnntrnin Pagb?Third column.
MUSICAL?Thirteenth Page?Sixth column.
NEW PUBLICATIONS?Ninth Pack?Sixth column.
PERSON AL?First Page?First and second columns.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Fourth Pau*?First
column.
professional situations WANTED-FEMALES
FirrxENTR Page?Third colanui. _
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR BALE OR TO
KENT?Tiiiro I'agb?Second column.
VEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? 1'hird Page?Sec
ond snd tnird columns.
t"AL ESTATE WANTED?TniED Pace?Third column.
eligious NOTICES?First Pack?Second column.
hWARDS?Sixteenth Pad*? lxth column.
SALES at AUCTION?Third PAca-Founh and fifth
columns. _
SITUATIONS WANTED?FKMAr;ES?Fifteenth Pagk?
First, second and third columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MaLrE?Fifteenth Pagb?
Fourth column.
special NOTiChH?Thirteenth Page?Sccond and
third columns.
SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, Ac.?Thirteenth Pagb?
Fourth column.
htorage?FirrBKNiH Page?Sixth column.
THE TRADE8?Fiftbenth r ao*-Firth and Sixth col
umn*.
TIIE TURF?Thirteenth Pack? Fonrth column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Sbcojid Pace?
First column.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?SBrono Pagk?Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND apartments TO LbT?
Second Pagk?Second and third columns.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?Sixtbebth Page?Sixth col
umn. _
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?Thirteenth Pace?Third
westchester COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?TniRD Pagb?Sccond column.
WINES, LIQUORS, AC.?i hirtebnth Pace?Third col
umn.
WINTER RESORTS?Second Paob?Fifth column.
YACHTS, steamboats, AC.?Thirteenth Pace?Fifth
column.
BEiyWETT BllLPMO.
JJENNETT BUILDING.
directory.
Moms. BASEMENT.
1?Lawrence ft Co., Bankers.
2?1 he "Republic" Newspaper.
S? II. U. Durnout, stationer.
G. W Smith, Law Books.
*? B. Lynch, Wtues.
V-A. H. Davenport, natter.
?? Baum ft Friedman, Tailor*
SECOND STORY.
I?toc.Mahon ft Morse Lawyers..
S?W. II. O'Uwyer, Lawyer.
A. Buckingham, Lawyer.
C. 1 Pinckney. Lawyer,
C. J. Guiteau. Lawyer.
9?Campbell A rainier, Lawyer*.
J | Meade A Rockwell, Lawyer*.
??Northwestern Life Insurance Company.
L. 8. Benedict, Agent.
J! (Chamber ot Life Insurance.
Charlton T. Lewis, Secretary.
12? McCarthy A Chalmers, Lawyers.
13?Cook A Nassau, Lawyers.
H. B. Ferguson. Lawyer.
14?M. W. Weld, Lawver.
International Collection Association.
THIRD STORY.
11 Judge Sutherland.
2 ( F M. Scott, Lawyer.
3?Fettritch * Cardwell, Lawyer*
J. 6. Hanson, Lawyer.
4?sherldau, Bonynge, Cochran and McEwen, Steno
graphers.
?? Elisba Bloomer, Real Estate.
U. H. Cook, Real Estate.
J? Brlggs A Fellows, Lawyers.
J. B. Altken. Lawyer.
??W. C. Trapliaeen, I awyer.
C. Matthews, Lawyer.
W. H, Kysn, Lawyer.
E. T. Gardener, Lawyer.
h. O. Wilson, Lawyer.
W. Durack, Lawyer.
10?Wilkinson A Peters, Trustees of Estate of WbUe.
I Harrison A Strong. Lawyers.
ioiA E. Woodruff, Lawyer,
14?W. R. Bersliolz, Clrll Engineer.
Pelham and Portchester Railroad Company.
FOUR I'll STORY.
1?Thornton ft Earle, Lawyers.
2 i Edgar Ketehum, Register in Bankruptcy.
S< kdiiar Ketehum. Jr., l.awver.
4 < Henrv Wehle. Lawyer.
H 8. Sultan. Lawyer.
C. Goldzler, Lawyer.
U. P. Eller, Lawyer.
C. A. Lane, Lawyer.
U. Fuehrer, Lawyer.
ft? K. b. Mack.
L. )l. Crall.
Menet A Co.
7?Haskins A Crook, Lawyer*.
M. Hutzel, Lawyer.
G. H. Badenu, Lawyer.
??Crarv, Weller ft >chenck, Lawyers
T. O'Brien, Lawyer.
V?C. H. Williams, Lawyer.
11?C. H. Glover, Lawyer.
11-ockwoort ft Crosby, Lawyers,
JJjs. buliler, Lawyer.
FIFTH STORY.
1?L. Skidmore. Lawyer .
2?Stuvvesant Bank Receiver.
SiWakem.tuft Letting. Lawyers.
4 > T. B. u akeman. Lawver.
6) F. ?. Winchester, Lawyer.
t?.John U. Clute.
7?Fitch A Fitch, Lawyers.
G. Fuller, Lawyer.
fr-Hescall ft Stetson, Lawyers.
E O. stedman, Lawyer.
9?Society for Reiormatlon ot Juvenile Delinquent*.
10? S. H. Steele, Lawyer.
W. H. K1?k, Lawyer.
J. A. Lydeck?r, Real Estate.
C. E. Lydecker, Real Estate.
II?J. P. ft J. A. Reed, Lawyers.
12? Byrne, Everett ft Co.. Lawyers.
Walsh, Uaibcrtand Eckorton, Lawyers- >
STXTH STORY.
1?John Townshend, Lawyer.
A. Nicholson.
5?Henderson Benedict, Lawyer.
R. Logan, Scotch OrAnite, ftc.
3?O. W. Carpenter. Lawyer.
4 ( Otis T. Hall, Lawyer.
S) G. P. Webster, Lawyer.
D. R. Lyddy, Lawyer
Jertcrson Clark, Lawyer.
? |JobnL.K?YRt.itor
H i Hodges A Meeker, Lawyers.
# j R 8. Burr. Lawyer.
John Crompton. Accountant
Smith A Dean, Cltv surveyors.
101G. W. Van siclen. Lawver.
11 > T. H Baldwin, Lawver.
12 j Charles I). Barrow, Lawyer.
IS* Henry A. Oildersleeve, Lawyer.
14 to. K Currlngton, Lawver.
V. W. TomDkins, Lawyer.
T. H. Mllner. Lawvei.
Two passenger elevators running sll the time.
PERSONAL
A montmorency?letter IN GENERAL POST
. office for you; has "Persia" deserted 'Flde.lis f"
Friends are lew. Au explanation by mail would be ap
preciated.
??NOTE RECEIVED. WAS WELL PLEASED.
Argyle to-morrow night, same spot B^0{)KJ yy
D*
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F
THEL-SUMDAY, HALF-PAST ONE. same PLACE.
' P. CLIFFORD.
OR ADOPI'lON?A N*!W born FEMALE BABY.
Call on Mrs. RAU, 321 East Tenth street.
G.
A. 8.?letter RECEIVED; come home AT
once; everything settled by Mr. D. Mrs. G. A- 8.
ir
C"* ABE CASE?MM".ET ME AT BILL ALLEN'S TO.
J day. The Old Chiet says the fUh chowder will be
ready at two o clock, r?in or shine. GEO. CROWN.
I ATTIE-REl'KIVlD LETTER TOO LATH. MKKT
- -I me at I P. M. on Moiniav, corner Fourteenth street
and Broadway. A. B.
Honesty-letters received-, information
coulldentiai. Interview desired, blate placs and
time.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION A WAIT 8 ??nr DBLACY.
1 Addf ss GKltTIK CAMPBELL, loriileuy ol Kuilru
jiUce, at fclauou A, taring iireeu
PERMH&L.
JIMMY HOY?Du SEND YOtTR ADDRSJJS TO ONR
too have not teen in ten months. Address SU?IB
GIRL, box 1H7 Herald I'ptown Kraneh office.
JM. hKF.RH fW PULTON tTBBET, HAS 1MPOR,
? tant Information for subscribers oi Picturesque
America who will forward address.
MR. JOHN WEIS. BORN IN MOBNOB WE1LER.
supposed to be living in Alabama, was wounded
during the war, sent to David's Island, will please vnd
bis address to lilt (later, Mugdaiena Kramer, corner
Stage street and Bush wick avenue. Williamsburg.
Southern papers please copy.
MRH. AUSTIN. OK CHICAGO, OR HK8. YOUNO
rlease send your address to C. U, Herald l.'ptowu
Branch office.
Mfci. JUNES REQUESTS THE PARTIES FROM .ST.
Johns who called at Thirty-Am street to call at 270
Eighth avenue.
OPAL BROOCH SET TV DIAMONDS -THE FINDER
of this brooch which wu advertised in the Herald
last Sunday, Is known: he can commuuicv.e with tne
owner by addressing 8. & K.t box 2,17* Post office; he
and she well know the consequences if the brooch is not
returned unlniured. S8 WEST NINETEENTH STREKT.
PINK?AT LAST WE ARB FRIENDS. DON'T FOB
get May U. Compliments to Rose color and the
"Bud." CR1TIO.
m m II - ??
TO JAME3J>?1RLAN-YO0 MAY EXPECT THEm'6'JT
Wednesday. -
TWO LADIES, EAST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET,
Saturday afternoon, ban Ikerchiul. Ac. Send ad
itmto CLINTON, Hi'ralil Uptown Branch office.
Two BEAUTIFUL BABIP.S, MALB AND FEMALE,
for adoption?Good reieretices required, at the New
Lying-In Institution, 1*8 West Twcnty-?Jj?h_street_
IQHT, AT ? O'CLOCK
uiect la?t Sunday night,
LA NO ZANO,
VERITAS.?WOULD THASK YOU FOB THE IN
fprmation. 271
Wanted?by am American family, a little
girl from l)j to t years old. Address J. W. B., Post
oflicc. Brooklyn.
TT.-MEKT ME MONDAY N
. sharp, wh^re we were to uie
on Third a/edoer"*? ??
UKLIGIOIIM NOTICES,
T THE HARVARD ROOMS, SIXTH AVENUE AND
Forty-second street.?Dr. R. T. Hallock will speak
before the New Vork Association of spiritualists un
day, at7)4 o'clock. Father John Biesou at 10>i. Con
ference from 2 to 5. All Invited.
A
AT THE FIRST METROPOLITAN CHURCH OF HIT
inanity, to-dav, at De Qanno Hall. Fifth avenue
and Fourteenth street 10:30. Rev. C. It. Swackhlmer
nndtother speakers; 2:30, lady and gentleman Inspira
tion .speakers; 7>?, Lucian A Is ten and Mrs. Sarah .>oin
erly.
Allen birrkt Presbyterian church ber
vioe morning and evening. "The Christian Sab
baib," subject tor the evening discourse.
Rev. UEOROE O. PHELPS, pastor.
All souls' protf.stant episcopal church,
Elm place. Brooklyn.?Hev. Geo. B. Porteous, pas
tor. Sorvices? Morning, 10:'$0; subject "The Thief on
the Cross?Was Ilea Debased Brigand or an Honorable
Insurrectionist;" evening. 7:30; subject, >'An Examina
tion oi Theories of the lustory and Personal Power of
the Devil." All are welcome.
At the sck:th baptist church, west twenty
flith street?Preaching November 22, hv the Pastor.
Rev. A. O. Unborn, D. D., at I0)? A. M. and 7& P. M.
ANTHON MEMORIAL CHURCH. FORTY-EIGHTH
struct, west of sixth avenue ?Usual services at 9^
and 10)4 A. M. and 7)4 P. M. The Rector, Rev. R. Ueber
Newton, will preach.
Church of thr holy trinity, madison ave.
nue and Forty-second street?Hours of service on
Sunday, 10}4 A. M..3VJ and 7K f. M. Right Rev. O. W.
Whitaker, O. D., Bishop of Nevada, will preach In the
morning; Rev. Theodore Irving, LL. D., In the after
noon, and Rev. Stephen H. Tvng. Jr.. D. D., in the even
ing. Thanksgiving service oh Thursday at U A. M. Or
gan recital and concert on Wednetdav at 4 P. M.
/"11IURCH OF THE MESSIAH, PARK AVENUE, COtt
Vy ner Thirtv-iourtb street?Rev. William R. Alger,
Boston, will preach. Subject (morning), "The Open
DourService 11 A. M. and 7)4 in the evening.
CCHURCH OF THE EPIPHANV, FIFTIETH STREET,
) east of Third avenue.? Services, lu\ A. M., with ser
mon by the rector. Rev. U. T. Tracy. Sunday School,
with church service at,2)4 P. M.
/ 1HURCH OF THE ATONEMENT. MADISON AVE
nuc, corner Twenty-eighth street?Kcv. C. C.
Tiffany, rector. Sunday school at 9 A M. Divine ser
viccs at 10:30 a. M. and 7:30 P. M. All cordially Invited.
C1HURCH OP ST. MARVTnE VIRGIN. WEST FORTY
J fifth street, near Broadway.?Full choral services;
morning prayer, 10 A. M.; litany, holy communion and
sermon, 1OJ4 A. M.; vespers, 4 P. M. strange? ihvited.
(1HURCII IN FOltTY-SECOND STREET, BETWKI N
J Fifth and Sixth avenues, the "West Presbyterian."
?Preaching in the morning at 10)4; evening at 7)4t by
the pastor, Rev. Thomas 8. Hastings, DJ>.
S1BVBCH OF THE RESURRECTION, BIOHTY-FIFTH
street between Lexington and Third avenues.?Di
vine service by the reejor. Rev. Dr. Flagg, morning and
evening. Sunday school at 3 P. M.
ClHURCn OF THE ATONEMENT, MADISON AVENUE,
) corner Twenty-eighth street ?Rev. C. C. Tiffany,
rector. Sunday school at 9 A. M. Service by tlie rec
tor at 10:30 A. M., at 7:30 P. M., anniversary of the House
of Rest for Consumptives, with sermon by Rev. Dr.
Draper, of St Andrew's church, Harlem. All cordially
Invited.
OHLIST CHURCH, FIFTH AVENUE?HUGH MIL
ler Thompson. Rector.?Morning Prayer; sermon
"Pressing Forward," 10:30. Evening Prayer; sermou,
"The Saboath Question," 7:30.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SAVIOUR (protestant
Episcopal), Hast Twenty-filth street near Madison
avenne.?Morning service, 10:30 o'clock. Evening ser
vice, 7 -.30 o'clock.
Calvary baptist church, twenty-third
street, near Sixth avenue.?R. S. MacArthur, pastor,
preaches: morning subject?"Duty of Confessing Christ;'
evening, ''Healing at Gate Beautiful." Strangers wel
come.
CHlURCH OF THE HEAVENLY REST, FIFTH ave
J nue, above Forty-fifth street, Uev. Dr. H. C. Pot
ter, D. D., rector.?Divine service on Sunday at 11 a. M,
and 3:30 P. M. Rev. Dr. (;onrad will preach In the morn
ing and Rev. Dr. Howiand in the afternoon.
(tllURCH OF THE disciples, MADISON AYKNUE,
J corner Forty-fifth street.?Rev. George H. Hep
wortta will preach at 10:30. Subject? "Confession the
Road to Heaven." In the evening. Rev. Dr. Robinson
will deliver the fourth lecturo on "C.hrlttiau Expe
fjMRST REFORMED episcopal CHURCH, MADI
' ?on avenue and Forty-seventh street.?Rev. William
T. sabinc, rector Sunday school at 9 A. M. Divine ser
vices at 10.30 A. M and 7:46 P. M. The rect r will preach
morning and evening. All cordially invited.
First baptist church, corner thirty-ninth
street and Fourth avenue.?Preaching 10)$ a. M.
and 7k evening, by lleT. T. D. Anderson, IX 0.. pastor.
Cordial invitation to all.
GRACB CHURCH, BROADWAY AND TFNTH
street?On Sunday, November 22, and thereafter
until further notice, the hour lor afternoon service In
(Jraco church will be8:30 o'clock.
Grand shakfr convention, steinway hall,
Sunday, November 22, morning, afternoon and
evening?Full choir of singers and speeches by elders
and elde.resse* discussing Khnkeristu, Christianity. Infi
delity. spiritualism end all social questions, not omitting
the Beecher Tiiton scandal. Admission, 25c. Reserved
seats for all three serviceu, $1. Box office open all day
Saturday.
IYMAN C HOWE. TRANCE SPEAKER. WILL LEO
J ture for the Society of Progressive spiritualists, 1.1U5
Broadway, near Twenty -ninth street, at A. M . sub
ject?"Sunrise in Heaven;" P. M., "Occupation in the
Spirit Land." Children'* lyceum meet* at P. M. La
dles' Fair on December 22.
Ret. t. de witt talmaqb will lecture in
Bprlng street Presbyterian church, near Varlck,
Monday evening, November 8S, 1374. Subject?"People
we Meet." Tickets50c., in be hud at the door.
Rev. t. dewitt talmaub will lecture in
Spring sireet Presbyterian church, near Variek
street, Monday evening. November 2t, 1S74. Subject,
"People We Meet." I ickcts 50 cents, to be had at the
door. Sliht-avenue cars pats the door.
Kev. qeorgk b. draper, d. d., rbotor or st.
Andrews, Harlrm, will preach in behalf of House of
Nest lor t'ousumptlvcs. In the Church ol tne Atonement,
Madison avenue and Twenty-eighth street, on sunday,
November 22, at J:30 P. M.
REV. J. W. BARMHART WILL PREACH IN OLD
Forsyth stri-et church lecture room at 10W A. M.
and 1% P. M. sabbath school at I) A. M. and 2 P. M.
seats tree. All inviied.
REV. II. H. NYE WILL PR8ACH IN THE UNI.
versallst church, Brooklyn. (Clermont avenue, near
Ailiniic street). Sunday evening, at 7H P. M. "He that
believcth not shall tie danitK-d." The public invited.
Sl'KCIAL KVHSIXH SKRVICK AT ZION CHURCH,
Madison avenue, corner Th Irty-eight aireat,
IIIIs EVkNI.NU, at 7 -SO o'clock,
REV. QEORUK F. SEYMOUR, D. P.,
will preach the annual sermon to and In ?ld of the
SUNDAY SCHOOL association ol the Protestant
Episcopal Church in the cltv of New fork.
The ft r. RliV. the BIsIluP of the Diocese is expected
to preside. JOHN p. FAURE, sec.
Pill NO STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. NI-.AR
O Varick. ? Divine service I0X A. M. and l\i P. M. Rev.
Oeorge McCampbell, the pastor, has returned and will
preach. -?
ST. MARKS, SECOND AVENUE AND TFNTH
street.?Services 10:4^ A M and 7..W P. M. The ree..
tor. Rev. Or. Kylanee, will preach, strangers will be
turnlshed with seats.
OT. ion ati US' CHURCH, FORTIETH STREET. BR.
O tween Filth and Sixth avenues.?Service. 7 A. M
9-10*4 ichoral). Evening prayer (choral) 7% P. M. The
R.-f tor Rev. Dr. Ewer will preaeh at both services.
ST. ALBAN'S CHURCH, BAIT FORTT-iBVBNTH
street.?Ninth anniversary. Hours of service, 8, 10
11 A. M. and 4 P. M. Kev. C. W. Morrill, rector.
THE PEOPLE'S SERVICE,
in the Church ol the noly Trinity,
Madison avenue and Forty -second street.
?t JJn P. M.
Rer. Stephen H. Tyng, Jr., will nreaeh.
t'sners will furnish tree seats.
UNIVRRS.4LIST CHURCH, BROOKLYN, CORNER
Clerfflont avenue, near Atlantic street?Rev. H. It.
Nye will preach at 10)* A. M. "L'nivnrsalisua, what it is
and whin It is not." Ihe public Invited.
DJTAINWRIOHT MEMORIAL CHURCH.-THE REV
V? W. T. Egbert will preach morning and evening on
Ancient Albanian and Modern science1. Text m acta
xvii, 25?"To lb* Unknown iiod."
ZloN CU0RCB, MAD1 ? (? .\ avenue, QOBNBB
Thirty eighth street.-Rev. John N (lalleber. rec
tor. serMcci Sunday, &!d Inau, W:3u A. M., J:J0 V. Ji.,
I'M f. M*
DRY GOOUS^
y^NOTHBR W HBK OF BABGAINS
CONKLINO A CO.'8,
No. 783 Broadway,
between Eighth und Ninth streets,
ONE BLOCK BELOW aTY. BTEWaRT A CO.'S.
OUR GREAT BALE OP
BILKS, DRESS GOODS,
MOURNING GOODS,
LINEN AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS,
HOSIERY AND-UNDERWEAR,
WHITE GOODS, HANDKERCHIEFS
ami
LACES AND EMliKOlDhRIES,
b< nght at the recent large unction sales for cash, will
continue throughout the coming we<-k, wbcn we will
orter a large assortment of New Goods ia aildiuoa to
ibose already announced.
LOOK AT TUkTkICES IN OUR
SILK DEPARTMENT,
Black gros grain silks, of good quality. At 87>.'c., $1,
CI A SI 3.1 ami $1 40.
Elegant quality Lyons black gros grain Silks, of the
celebrated manufacture ot Bonnet, Ponson. Beilon. Jap
plssier and Uuinet: the most re liable good a imported, and
warranted to wear, at $1 wj. $1 75. 52, t- 2J, M %2 73,
S3. $3 50, $4 and S4 5J a yard, positively 25 per cent be
low cost ot importation.
Ele;ant new shades for Evening Dresses In colored
Silks, $1 a yard, worth SI 75.
^Ly^nj 32-inch Cloaking Velvet*, S3 50 a yard, worth
i.yons 30-inch Cloaking Velvets, warranted pure silk,
of the celebrated make ot Ponson, $lu a yard, worm SIS
LOOK AT THE PRICES IN OUB
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Double width Mohair Poplins, new colors, 23c. a yard.
E.egant diagonal t-ergex, cloth colors. 25c a yarn.
Elegant Camel's Hair Cloth tor Polonilse, 35-:. a yard.
Superior quality all wool Empress Cloth, Sftc. a yara.
All wool French Merino. ll4 yards wide, 45c. a yarn.
Elegant Lyons Silk Poplins, 75c. a yard.
Superb quality all wool Satine Cloth in all the new and
desirable shades of navy blue, pluin, dark green, dark
browu und London smoke at 55c. a yard, worth 7Jo.
I upii.'s best/inalitv French Merino. IVyards wide, in
all the choice cloth colors, viz.Navy blue. plum, dark
browu, Loudon smoku and dark greeu, at 75c. a yard.
Pure Camel's Hair Cloth tor nolonaise, IU yards wide,
at $l. $l 15, $125. SI 50 aud St 75 a yard, sold everywhere
at 25 per cent more.
BLACK FRENCH CASHMERF.&
Lupin's all wool black French Cashmeres, IJi yards
wide, at 65c., 75c., P5c., SI. SI 15 and Si *5 a yard, the
best value to be tound in the city.
ALL WOOL ROSE BLANKETS. v
We would respectfully invite attention to onr great
sale of all wool rose Blankets, slightly imperfect, which
we are positively offering at halt price.
LOOK AT THE PRICES.
10-4 size, $2; worth $4.
10-4 size, (2 50; worth S5.
11-4 size, |2 75: worth S5 50.
11-4 size. S3 50: worth S7.
12 4 size, S4 25; worth S8 50.
12-4 size, extra heavy, S>; worth $10.
Unprecedented bargains in Flanuels, Tickings. Towel
lings, Napkins. Comfortables, Bed Spreads, sheetings.
Tabic Linens, Shirting Linens, Pillow Case l.inens, Ac.
10 eases Canton Flannel, In bleached and unbleachcd,
12i.e. a yard; worth 20c.
Ail wool felt Balmoral Skirts at half former prices.
Don't fall to secure some of thef great bargains at the
great sale at
John E. Kaughran. CONKLING A CO.'S,
F. W. Chivvig. No. 783 Broadway,
W. H. Conkling. between 8th and 9th at*.
Richard mbares,
Sixth avenue anil Nineteenth street,
bees to announce the following specialtica all this
v?eck:?
GREAT BARGAINS
MILLINERY GOODS.
300 boxes of fine French Flowers, Feathers, Pinnies,
Ostrich Tips, Birds ami Novelties In Jet liat Ornaments
of our own importation, at very low prices.
Fine Felt Hats, In all low shapes anil colors, 81c. Best
French Felt Hats. In all the new colors and shupes,
$110; usual price, $1 S3.
bargains in black and colored velvets.
100 boxes Black Silk Bonnet Velvet. $1 75, $2, $2 25,
$2 50, $2 75. $:<?
hiack Silk Face Cloaking Velvet. $4 95. $5 a yard.
Very stylish Trimmed Hilts. $5 $6. $7. $8, $9. $10.
Elegant novelties in imported styles, and of our own
tuanui acture, $U, S15, $18, <20, $22, $25.
SUITS AND OVERSKIKTS AND BASQUES.
Splendid assortment all the new styles*
Elegant Black .-ilk Suits, foft, $t5, $75, $8.5.
Very elaborate, do., richly trimmed. #95, $100, $125.
Colored Cashmere Suits, trimmed with silk to match,
very stylish, $S5, $16, $>, $40.
Black cashmere Suits, silk trimmed, $35, $36, $38.
Embroidered Oversklrts and Bisques, in camel's hair,
diagonals, Ac.?every new style, plain and embroi
dered?$ltf, $18, $25, $30.
Fine black alpaca Suits. $10, $12. $14, $15 and $13.
Morning Wrapper*.every style, troni $J to $40.
Morning Wrappers In plain L'ruy reps, also in plain
poplins; collars and cutis, pockets and buttons, trimmed
with quilted satin; price $3 87.
Morning Wrappers, in plain colors, entire front qailted
satin, also collars and cuffs, $0.
100 STYLES OF WALKING JACKETS,
in navy blue and black, silk trimmed and beaded and
finished in first class style, at
$8, $10, $11. $12, $13, $14. $15. $16. $18 and $20.
Bargains in Broche Shuwis. at $18, $20, $25; half price.
BARGAINS IN SILKS AND DRESS GOODS.
One lot heavy (rros (rratn black Silk, white edge, $1 and
$1 10; worth $1 25 and $1 38. Ureal bargains.
Splendid heavy gros train blu' k silks, SI 25. $1 50,
$1 75 and $2; much under formor prices.
3,000 pieces Serges Diagonals und Camel's Hair, at
23c.. 30c., 35c.. 38c. and 40c.; all new styles.
French Cashmeres and Merlnoes, best colors, 65c., 70c,,
75c. and 80c. Fine goods.
Black Cashmeres?cheapest goods in the city?85c.,
88c., 90c., 95c., $1 10, $1 25.
HOSIERY A.Vd UNDERWEAR.
Largest anl best assortment, every quality and style.
All Wool, Merino, Cashmere and Cotton Hosiery, aud
Undergarments for ladies, gen s and children.
All the new shades in our celebrated makes, 97c.
Kid Oloves? Every pair warranted, or five another if
they rip or tear.
Largest and best assortment of Wlntor Hosiery, and
Undergarments to be lound lu tlie city. Boy's v.erino
Vests, 35c.. 3Sc.. 42c., 45c., 60c., 60c.
Misses .Merino Vests, lull regular made, 75c.. 80c., 85c.,
80c.. $1.
Ladies, fine Merino Vests, 65c.. 85c. and $1.
Gem's Merino shirts and Drawers, flic., 75c. and $1.
OUR TRIMMING DEPAKTl^ENT
contains a superb lino of every novelty In Worsted and
Mik Hall and Headed Fringes, Beaded aud Silk i'atsc
mentcrie Lootis and Buttons.
Worsted 2-bail Irlnges, S8c., ?4c. and 53c.
BARGAINS IN REAL YaK LACES.
Fine quality and good patterns. 16c., 18c., 20c., 25c.
Fine Vak Laces, 2>? and 3 inches wide, 28c., 13c., 35c.,
38c.
BAKOAINS IN EMBROIDERED WORSTED WORK.
Embroidered Worsted Slipper Patterns. 50.?., (Tic., 75c.,
88c. Verv handsome Slipper Patterns, $1, $1 25, $1 50.
Embroidered worsted und beaded Cushions, in great
variety, 50c., 63c., 75c., 88c., $1, $1 25.
HOUSEKEEPING AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Canton, Shaker, Opera, Plaid Flannels.
BOO pairs large Blankets, $.1, ?:*, 50. $1, $5. $5 CO, $H.
Large slae Heil Comfortables, lineu with best wadding,
$2. $2 25, $2 Ml, $3.
Wo beg to inform our friends, customers and the public
generally that our sto':k in every department is larger,
more select and complete in every particular tlua in
any former season.
RESIDENTS IN THR COUNTRY CAN MAKE ALL
THEIR PURCHA8ES AT CITY PRICES BY SEEDING
FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICE
Liat. SENT FREE ON APPLICATION TO
RICHARU MRARES,
Corner sixth avenue aud Nineteenth street.
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FuURTH Si'BKKT.
Ccloaks! J Oar Cloaks, all
? 4> I manufactured by
I Journeymen tailors,
Onr great sale ot please all who exnmine
Black Cnshinere I (hem. They are the best
still continues. i fitting garments in the
?? country. Prices reduced.
Lupin's best quality, very I
fine and heavy extra Wide <S> $
Cashmeres that never tail T CASHMERES. [
to give ^atisiaciion, at ? <?>
frtc . 98c., 98c., 98c.
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Olll Fourteenth street and 8ixth avenue. Oh I
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M. ALTMAN k CO.'S SEW STORES, COKNKB
1IXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET.
*. ALTMAN 4 CO.'S N KW STORES, CORNER
SIXTH AVENUE AN D~NINETEENTH STREET,
M. ALT MAN A CO.'S NEW STORES, CORNER
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET,
M. ALTMAN A CO.S NEW STORES. CORNER
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET,
M. ALTMAN * CO.'S NEW STORES. CORNER
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET.
If. ALTMAN A CO.'S~~NEW STORES, CORNER
SIXTH AVKNUE AND NINETEENTH STREET.
U. ALTMAN A CO.'S NEW STORES, CORNER
?XTH AVKNUE AND NINETEENTH STREET,
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OUR
$40 IMPORTED II AlS. -VIROT," RE
DUCE D TO S-2.
$34 IMPORTED HATS, "VIROT." RE
DUChD 10 $li).
$24 IMPORTED TTTtS. "B4KBIER,"
REDUCED TO $11
$20 IMPORTED HATS, "BAtTAL."
REDUCED TO $16.
ALTMAN'S
ALTMAN'S
ALTMAN'S
ALTMAN'S
ALTMAN'S
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NEW STORES.
NINETEEN I II
Nr.W STOIUCS,
NINETEENTH
NEW STORES,
NINETEENTH
NEW STORKS,
NINETEENTH
SIXTH AVENUE AND
b I RE E I.
SIXTn AVENUE AND
bTREEr.
SIXTH AVENUE AND
SJKEET.
SIXTH AVE SUE AND
STKEtlT.
NEW STORKS,
NINETEENTH
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET
OUR "DUCHESS" VELVET BONNETS.
ELEOANTLT TRIMMED WITH JETTED
LACE AND OSTRICH FEATHERS, RE
DUCED FROM $18 TO $12 Ml
ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST
OF THE SEASON.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORKS, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORKS SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
AXTMAN'S NEW STORKS, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTU STREET.
ALTMAN'3 NEW STORES, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINfc.TKi-.NTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
<t>
OUR "JOSEPH IN fa" VELVET BON
NETS, TRIMMED WITH 81LK SASHES,
NAVr BLUE VELVET, FACE TRIM
VINOS, SHADED QUILLS, REDUCED
FROM SIS TO $9~Ur WELL WORTH
EXAMINATION.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORKS.
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENl'H oTREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORFS,
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'* NEW STORES,
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES,
VENUE AND NINETEENTH
TH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES,
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET,
3,000 FELT HATS, OUR OWN DESIGNS,
TRIMMED MOST ELABORATELY,
EQUAL IN MANY KESI'ECTS TO IM
PORTED OOODS, AT ft. $i 50, $G AND
S6 SO, REDUCED FROM $10, $8 AND $8.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES,
NINETEENTH
ALTMAN'S NEW STORLST
nineteenth"
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES,
NINETEENTH
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES,
NINETEENTH
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES,
NINETEENTH
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET.
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET.
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET.
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET.
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET.
*
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SOUTH
AMERICAN RED AND BLUE BIRDS, AT
75C., SI 39 AND SI 85.
A LA ROE AND HANDSOME ASSORT
MENT OF LONtT I1LACK OSTRICH
PLUMES, $1 24, $1 50 AND SI 75.
ALTMAX
ALTMAN1
ALTMAN
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ALTMAN'
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NEW STORES, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STttEET.
NEW STORE-, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH b TREET.
Nl-W STOKKsT" SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
NEW STORKS, SIXrn AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
NEW STORKS. SIXTH AVENUE AND
NIS ET li E NTH hTRE ET.
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VERY FINE, EXTRA QUALITY,
BLACK, NATURAE, DARK BLUE, AND
SEALSKIN BBOWjToSTRICH PLUMES,
ALL NEW SHADES, FROM S3 50 TO $12.
GREATLY SEDUCED FROM FORMER
PRICES.
M ALTMANA CO
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET.
M. ALTMAN <1 dlO..
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET.
M aTiTm \n Jk cn
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINK1 EE.VTU STREET.
M. ALTMAN t CO.,
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEEN Til STREET,
DKV GOOD*.
A. =
IL ALTMAN A CO.'S NEW STORES, CORNER
SIXTH AVENUE AMD NINETEENTH STREET.
M. ALTMA.V A CO.>8 NEW STORED, CORNER
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH 6TREEI
M. ALTMAN A CO.'S N EW STORES, CORNER
_ SIXTH AVENUE AXlT~NIN E TEEN T H STREET.
H. ALTMAN A CO.'S NEW STORES, CORNER
SIXTn AVENUE AND* NINETEENTH STREET.
M. ALTMAN A CO.'S NEW STORES, CORNER
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET.
M ALTMAN A CO.'S NMV STORES. CORNER
SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET,
H. ALTIIAN A CO.'S N'KVV STORES, CORNER
SIXTH AVEXTK ANT) NINETEENTH STREET,
S> <S>
| 100 DOZEN HAND MAOE LADIES'
I WORSTED SACgirRrfTBASQCIENS AND
I JACKETS IN ALL CONCEIVABLE
J STYLES AND COl7>KS. AT THE HITH
I ERTO UNHEARD UK PRICE OP $1 10
I EACH. COSTING $J. ~~
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NI.NETtENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STOKP..-, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORKS, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
200 DOZ. LADIES' MERINO VESTS, 741c. ;
WORTH $L
200 DOZ. LADIES' MKKINO VEbTS, 88c.;
WORTH $1 20.
300 DOZ. GENTS', BOYS' AND MISSES'
AT LESS THAN COST TO MAKE.
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ALTMAN'S NEW STORES, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STOKES, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STOKES, SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH si'KEET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STOKES. SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORKS. SIXTH AVENUE AND
NINETEENTH STREET.
50 DOZEN cartwright a WARNER'S i
ladies' vests AT jj 75 each; real
OENUINE coods! with MAKERS'!
name STAMPED ox each; I
also full livitop gent'S andi
boys. I
ALTMAN'S NhW STORES.
SIXTH AV&NUK AND NINETEENTH street.
altm 4n'S NEW STORES.
SIXTH avenI'ti ANI) NINETEENTH street.
AMMAN'S NEW STORES,
SIXTH aven uk AND NINETEENTH street.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES.
SIXTH AVENUfi AND NINETEENTH street.
amman's NEW STORES,
SIXTH ayknub AND nineleenth street.
1,000 DOZEN pure linen hemstitch
ED HANDKERCHIEFS, FULL TWO
inch HEM, very finb QUALITY, AT
(3 50 PER DOZEN. OR 21c. each.
FORMERLY retailed AT sic. bach.
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES,
NINETEENTH
ALTMAN'S NEW STORKhT
nineteenih
ALTMAN'S NEW STORliS,
NINETEENTH
ALTMAN'S NEW storf~
NINETEENTH
ALTMAN'S NEW STORES,
NINETEENTH
SIXTH AVENUE AND
street.
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET.
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET.
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET.
SIXTH AVENUE AND
STREET.
FULL LINE OF gents' REAL KID
gloves AT 89c. FEB PAIR, FULL
value $2 PER PAIR. TUESB ARE
NOT OF LAMBSKIN, DRESSED TO re
r-EMBLE KID. BUtTa~REAL, OENUINE
KID glove.
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NEW STORKS,
nineteenth
NEW storest
NINETEENTH
NEW stokes,
nineteentk
NEW STORKS,
nineteen I'll
NEW storksT"
NINETEENTH
SIXTH avenue AND
STREET.
SIXTH avenue AND
sikeet.
8IXTII avenue AND
STREET.
sixth AVENUE AND
STREET.
SIXTH avencb AND
STREET.
A LARGE AND choice variety
of SILK handkerchiefs, MUFFLERS
AND scarfs OF INDIAN MAKE, JUST
RECEIVED, AND OI'KERED AT EX
traordinary lo\V prices THIS
WEEK.
w altman a co..
sixth av'ehue an(i NINETEENTH STREET.
M. AMMAN a CO.,
sixth AVENUE AND ni.nelehjftu STREET,
M altma.n A CO.,
SIXTH AVEN I ii and nineteenth STREET,
M. ai.TMAN A CO.,
sixth avf.kik an >1
IEENTH STREET.
DRY GOOD*.
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CTK&M BROTHER*,
SIXTH
avkm:b
AND
TWF.NTY
THIii.3
8THEKT.
SIXTH
AVF.NCE
AND
TVf K NIY-.
THIRD
STREKT.
' ilXTH AVE XI'U AM) TWENTY-rHIKD ^THKUT.
W1 1 anplsy
Monday morning,
in their
P
MILLINERY DEPaRTm a.VId.
? r?r> large and entirety new assortment of
felt hats
(or
LADIES AND MIS8E8,
In creal yarlety of style* and
most desirable color*,
AT 69, 79 AND 85 CENTS.
s-I'LENDID QCALITY AND FINISH.
An exceedingly attractive une of
OSTRICH PLUMES AVD TIPS
in ail sues and (hades.
FANCY FEATHKR9.
ninnf
WI.VG9,
A VERY LARGE ^TOCK TO SELECT FROM,
EXTREMELY CHEAP.
splendid stork
FINB french FLOWERS?,
branched In any style '.o urJer,
ui our well known low prices.
In our
RIBBON department
WE arb OFFERING TluT largest and MOST
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
bonnet AND SaSH ribbons,
without exception In the city.
Another lot of
FINEST Al.l- SILK OROS grain BONNET RIBBONS,
NO. 12. choice color.*, plums, dark green, .1rabs, Ac.,
130. A YARD.
ROMAN SASH ribbon'S, at 38c. and 5 c. a yard.
IHONS,
ims, Ac., ?i ,
76c. a yard.
ALL SILK grofl grain HASH ribbons, FCIA
7 inches WIDE, navy blue, browns, plums. Ac., at
CLOSTXO out
a SIET^Ce 'uVnORERCIIIeks and mtfflers.
ataoc., file, and 79c.
With many other deslrai>:e bargains In the abov*
departments, as we n??d the room for oor
lines of
CHOICE holiday NOVELTIES,
now arrtTlnn by almost every steamship.
Wo"
continue tilt*
wwli to oitit the most
DECIDED BARGAINS
In onr
-<??
TRIMMING dhpartme.NTS.
we have marked down our entire stock,
SOME STYLES GREATLY BELOW THE 00ST Ok' IM
PORTATION.
The lar?e*t line in the cltv ot
PASSE.mkn teki !?, hum MINGS,
CHOICE DESIGNS in FRINGES.
KANCY ORNAMEN TS.
loul's AND button^
nearly all our own Importation,
am', very many exclusive styles.
t PARIS AND VIENNA FANS. f
We have received tne putt week,
PER STEAMSHIP AMERICA,
TWO CASES ot very choice designs in Fans,
consisting ef
Real Shell Fans, with Peacock Pet then;
PAINTED WUITE SATIN FANS, wctit WEATHERS.
REAL PEARL AN1) LACE PANS.
A large variety o! satiu painted Pans,
irom $1 2ft upward.
Ivory handle white siU Pans, (rum 75c. uoward,
with a very lame mock of other styles.
cheaper than wholesale house* are
selling them in quantities down town.
On the second floor nf our
81x1h aVENUE BUILDING
we uru offering the in out
complete assortment of
MERINO UNDERWEAR t
tp
in the city.
LADIES' MERINO VESTS.
9 different qualities, iu all styles
and jizos, irom Tic. upward.
CHILDREN'S MERINO VESTS,
in a ii sizes and qualities.
BOYS' MERINO vests AND DRAWERS,
all sizes, ?uine special bargain*.
misses' pantalets and drawers
la all qualities and sizes.
MISSES' MERINO dres^s,
LADIES' MERINO skirts AT we.
LADIES' MERINO DRAWER*, ALL QUALITIES,
with a large line of
obntlemen'S MERINO UNDERGARMENTS,
very cheap.
The above are all the most standard and
reliable makes, qualities always guar
anteed, and prices will be found
much lower than at any
other house.
Splendid assortment of
LADl&a' uousb ROBES
of
CASHMERE. EMPRESS CLOTS,
PLAIN AND PLAID FLANNELS,
serge, aTT'Xca and TYCOON REPS,
made in most s merlnr manner,
with and without trimmings, irom $3 75 upward.
special BARGAINS
in LADIES' FELT SKIRTS.
SPLENDID FELT SKIRTS, with elaborate trimmings,
AT tsc.riila. *1 80, fl 89 and |1 ?8?
greatly below cost ot manolaoturlog.
WHITE GOODS,
a 1*rti0 whitb AND COLORED TARLETANH,
iu all qualities and colors.
White Tarletans. from 18c. a yard upward.
Colored Tarleuns, very nue, irom ?ic. a yard op.
WUITE SWTS.* MUSLINS,
FRENCH ORGANDIES AND NAINSOOKS,
DOTTED SWIS-. Mi si,INS,
nainsooks and lawns,
with a very attractive stock of
FRENCH gl i pi RE TIDIES,
etiolno.i and INSERTIONS.
WITH SQUARES TO MATCH.
extremely chtap. *
Applique Tidies
in all styles, sizes and uaalltlea.
MONDAY MORNING,
GREAT bargains IN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS.
100 DOZ. LADIES' INITIAL handkerchiefs,
hemstitched and ilnest linen, at 37c. a piece.
K DOZ. GENTLEMEN'S LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,
Initialed, reduced from 73c. to 40c. a plecsk
A larre assortment of
LADIES' LiNEN HEMSTITCHED AND FANCY
BORDERED handkerchiefs AT GREATLY
REDUCED 'RICES.
We wftt
open Wednesday morning
three Cases Of our celebrated .
LUPIN'S KID GLOVES,
in two, three, four and ?l* uuttous in every imartnahla
stta.le, which nc are now receiving per steamship
pommerama.
STERN bhotiiers,
sum avenue and twenty-third street.
For Other Dry Good* Advertisements Sef
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