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DIBKCTOitr FOB ADVEKT1SE11S.
A*USEMENTR-4tu PAC*-2d. 3d, 4th, 6th and 6th col*.
ASTROLOU V ?2d Pack?flth col.
BILLIARDS?2d Paok?tJth col.
boarders WANTED?2d Paok-1*?, 3d and 3d col*.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?2d 1*auk?3d col.
BROOKLYN BOARD?2d PA6R-3d col.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE KOR SALE?I4tu 1'aajd?2d
pnl and lOrn Piiiw?1m* .*,,1
RU81NK&S OPPOETPNTTIBfr?i 1th Pauk.
BUSINKS8 NOTICES?9ra Paob?4Hb col.
CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?14ru Page?l*t col.,
?ud 16th Pauk?1st col. ,
CLERKS AN1) SALESMEN?3d Pagb?3d And 4tlx coif.
CLOTHING?3d 1'aul?4tb col. .
COACHMEN AND HARDENERS?3d Pack?4th col.
COAL AND WOOD?4th Pagk?111 col. , ftt,,
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?-'d Pauk?Oth Aud 6thcolA
COPARTNERSHIPS-!! Pauk.
COUNTRY BOAK0-2d l'agk-4th col.
DANCING ACADEMIES?4m Pauk? l?t col.
DENTISTRY?2d Pack?6th col. . - ,
DRY GOODS?1st Pauk 2d. 3d. JVA's m' I) AND UN
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND
FURNISHED?13th Pack?lid, 3d and 4vn colt,
16th Pauk?2d mid 3d coIa . .
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?2d Pack?olh col.
RUROPB?13tu Pauk-4lh col.
EXCHANGE?13tii Pack?6tli col.
FINANCIAL?11th Pauk.
^ A ?A?ST8 TO LET?
?^Sl?ERmEiK^ne6??
HELP WANTED? FEMALES?3D Pack?art and .? eon.
HELP WANTED?MALES?3d Pack?4th and 3*h cols.
HOUSEj, CARRIAGES, AC.?IOtii Pack?5th and 6th
cola.
HOTELS?2d Pack?3d and 4th cola.
HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?1!>tu Pace?6th col.,
and U'.tii Pack?Itli and 5th cola.
INSTRUCTION'?13tu Pack?4th col.
JERSEY CITY, 1IOROKKN, HUDSON CITY AND BERukn
real ESTATE FOR SALE-14tu l'ace-2d
and 3d cols., and HItii Pack?1st col.
LEGAL NOTICES?HIth Pack?6th col.
lost AND FOUND-13th Pack?Udcol.
M ACH1NERY?13th Pace?6th col.
MARBLE MANTELS?3d Pack?6th coi.
MATRIMONIAL?13th Pack-2d col.
MEDICAL?2d Pack?6th col.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?1st Pack?Oth col.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?12th Pack?Oth
col.
MISCELLANEOUS?13th Pacb-2<1 col.
MIMICAL?4tu Pack?1st col.
NEW PUBLICATIONS?Pth Pack?Oth col.
PERSONAL?1st Pack?1st col.
PIANOFORTES. ORGANS, AC.?4th Ptc*-2dcol.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?H*ni pack-Oth col.
PROPOSALS?13tii Pack?2d col.
1'IillFKSSlnVAT. bitiiatiiivh W a VTt?n_VRU a T.ICfl
8o Pack?2d vol.
PROPERTY OUT OF TtlE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?14m Pack?3d, 4th and Oth cols., and 16xu
Pack?1 st and 2d cols.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCH ANGE-14TH Tack?5tli and Cth
cols., and 16 th 1*ask?2d col.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?14th 1'aca-Gth col., and lflm
Park?2d col.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES-Ist Pack?1st and 2d cols.
RESTAURANTS?18th l'ack-Gth col.
REWARDS?12th Pack?3d col.
SALES AT AUCTION?3u Pace?5th and Cth cols.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?3u PacK-lst and
2d cols.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?3d Pack?3d col.
SPECIAL NOTICES?13tu Pack?3d and 4th coL.
SPORTING?DOGS, KIKDS, AC.?16m Pack?5th coL
STORAGE?2d Pauk?4th col.
THE TRADES-Bd Park?5th col.
TO LE I' FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?15th Pack?1st
and 2d cols., and 16th Park?2d col.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?2n Park?illh eoL
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO
LET?15th Pack?5th col., and 16th 1'aob?1th col.
WANTED TO PUKOH ASE-4tii PaISio?1st col.
WATCHES. JEWELRY, AC?ISth P*cs>-?th col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR BALE OR
TO LET?14tii Pack?2d col., and 16tii Pack?1st col.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?12th Pack-BOi col.
PERSONAL.
A (MA CHfiRK f) 2.-SO OLAD TO HEAR FROM
you. Nor am I latlatled or happy with glauces only.
Kindly say when and where 1 may meet you.
_ YOTRE TROI3.
A ONES?PLEASE SEND MR ORDER FOR "THE
JY Parisian Diamonds." Give full description and address
WILDER.
LICE D.?DARLING, ASTONISHED IN TIME ; LOOK,
will again love forever. ALFRED B.
jjRONCUINK.
LOND ''.'-NEXT TUESDAY EVENING, FKICNCTI
masquerade hall, Beethoven Hall; Queen of Night,
Carriage at 10, sharp. Masks allowed. B. U.
B?DON'T BE~ ANGRY; DID NOT COME DOWN
? town in time. Monday, at i.nnc place and time.
ROADWAY CAR TO 44TH 8T? FRIDAY, 1 P. M ?
Will the larly who was Joined by gentleman to Stli av.
oblige him with her address 1 Address II., box 116 Herald
Uutown Branch office.
.-I WON'T FAIL; AKCYLK VEIL ANO
shadows, to-morrow eight. K * * *.
BE. K.-AT FIVE SURE. "
c. M.
BUFFINaTttK.-MUET mr monday, at s o'clock
corner of Grand end Bo .very. emma.
("SuL.ONh.L H. Ti" 11OWI1LL?SEND YOUR LETTER
J address lo BAGGAGE, West Ride Hotel, 246 Stb A v.
Yulu.i'ule answer.
CT HIN K?NO rill NO FROM YOU THIS WEEK; BUP
J pone you Hie too busy; thanks lor the long promised
present; uo more for me; good-by. k
Cm l. me rle?ITaYk "returned; could not
J find you; send Address through Personal. WILLIE It.
ARLINO WIFE?YOU ARE CRUEL AjfD UNJUST;
but I love you nil the mora. And s 1 will you me hereaf
tor; think of our past buppy moments, of your vows and of
my sacrifice*. My life is in your hands, my idol.
your frt husband.
} ALLEN MOORK?i'LEASK VVKITE OK CALL AND
J ?ee your sisters Annie and Katie.
TA J. B.?I HAVE" HEARD OF YOU THROUGH
n. mall. It might have been through friends hut I want
to see or hear (sum yon this week, and if yi u don't answer
you shall never bear again trotn SUSAN, Herald Uptown
Branch office.
VANCELI.VE?MY MUSLIN SARATOGA DRESS
answers fetriX.IUlH of trimming and materials,
prevented by using the "Magic Ribbon and Tape Kunuer; '
no sew Lug. Cot niTne, for my workbux, at 81ERN BROS.,
Cth ay., tor NO cent*.
EMILY. ?ANYTHING YOO PROPOSE WILL BE ACceptable.
Wrtte again, same address.
"I.1I'GKNK ?YOUItS RECEIVED FROM riERRRPONT
Jli House. Every thing is all right. Come back before
absence known.
iilOR ADOPTION?A HEALTHY ORPHAN GIRL OF
five months; very respectable parentage. Address DOCTOR,
bo* 132 Herald Uptown Branch office.
OS THE INFORMATION' OP BETSY CAREY. WIFE
of John Morrison, and Fanny Csrev, wife of I'atrick
tirillin, sometime residents of Now York. America.?.John
Carey died ill Ireland, 1*62; Thomas Carey died alio In Iro*
land, 1-54; Michael Carey, brother of the above is now living
in Frog lane, Sutton, uoar Dartford, Kent.
Fob aii. o*tion^.a beautiful hoy, two months
old; black eyes; American parentage; lull surrender;
none but first class need apply; rood reference If required.
A Invftlv fdiltnlo liltllnift hat.a at I )>n now Ivlst.t.ln Inatlt
2.S5 Went 41st at,
I" f KKNCH GENTLEMAN?CALL FOR A LETTER AT
same place and satnc box In Htb .at.
tp or adoption.?a fine iikalth y newly born
A1 bov; American parentage; full surrender. Call on
Dr JOH N BOTT, ?7 Wast 13th at.
HATT! K KUKKSON-HKNT YOU A LETTER LAST
Wednesday. Please call for it and unawer ?uon.
victor.
IF THE LADY WITH LIGHT HAIR AND BLACK
J. Tclvet dress, who dropped her handkerchief in front of
the elderly gentleman in Brown's plaiting rooms. 114 East
14 th at., did to intentionally ?lie mav hoar of something to
her advantage by addressing K. X., Herald office.
L| ?BROOKLYN, FRIDAY XOBXIKO, 9 MO
? john.
Mr jambs keloug her. siioemaker by
trade, will please call at 'did Warerley placo.
MA ROUE RITE?YOl" ARE NEVER FOBOOTTEIf BY
mo: I am surprisej you were dlaapiiolnted the other
Jght; I hare changed very mnch; be prudent. PHILIP.
M -WHERE COL'LD I meet YOUI I WILL br MOST
. haopv t<> ?ee you; profonnd aecret. Address J. M.,
aox 150 Ilerald Uptown Branch office.
. uncle tom's cabin.
Mrs. J. HARVEY.?PRESENT ADDI'.Ks#H(fc VEaired
by Mrs. C., S7 Clinton place.
Rotctv eclahckp.?write at once to marion,
box 1?J3 Herald office.
^ J BUTLER, FORMERLY OF LA FORTE. INI).,
^. will near of something greatly to his advantage by
lending his address to XXX., box 130 Herald office.
rBNDER AND TRUE -WHY DID YOU NOT SPEAK
to me f I cannot understand afler your earneat wishes
to moot tne. You can well think how disappointed and
mortified 1 felt. Please explain.
rHK YOUNG MAS WHO LEFT ENGLAND ON THE
(Hh of February is entreated to communicate with hie
orlowiug friends and return at nice. AH is right. Apply
?o New York friends lor letter.
rllfc WASHINGTON GENTLEMAN WHO, ABOUT
the 1st of December. uDon his return from Europe.
kkfrt for "'Alice," m 41 KirlSyton ?t.. New York, cm now
lud ho hy repealing hit inquiry M name place.
LTNCI.E TOM'8 CABIN.?WRITS TO MR. DIRECT TO
) Courage, elation D, Xew York I'ort otllco. KTITBLCOMR
To TUP. COATS AND SAT CUE I.. BIT
II please rsturn Lecture by mull. A great favor.
WILE DR J AM 15.4 DCOQAN, FORMERLY OF
V? Third hmm, please send his present ad ire?s ?o
AGUE, Herald offleo.
\\TK BOWED YOU FROM A FIFTH AVF.NCE STAGS.
VI I must sea you. Write to ho* Your friend.
A. C. HOY.
WILL XOT l,K COMMUNICATE WITH FRIP.NDS.
>V who h?VS arranged all matters. Sand ouswar to l"Jl>
Broadway
OOD ST., BETWEEN ?TH AV. AND BROADWAY.?
JtO North ?lda. lltia (Sunday craning, at 8. FANNIl..
RELIUIOI XOTICKX.
A CONFERSNCR OF SPIRITUALISTS AND LIBER
alt ? llamrd Rooms, Reeerroir square, Suuday, at 'JU
and 7Si o'clock, able speakers and good music; all intlud.
DVHNT PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 97TII
at between 4tb and Lealngton ars.-Thls church will
ha reopened lor dlvitia terries this morning, March 3 Mom
Ina prayer and holy aommnnlon. II A M.; erenlng prayer,
7 .*! P. M. The Bar. Joseph V. JewlU, tba rector, wlii#
:e ne
NE'
'
PERSONAL.
A NNIB EVA KAY. TUB CELEBRATED SPIBITCAL
J.V. Physical Tent Medium, lately from the Queen'* Drawing
Room*. Ilauover s<)uar?, London; iilto Crystal Palace,
Sydenham; indorsed by William Crunk*. K. K. 8., and other
member* of the Koyal Society, will (five her marvellou*
nuance in the light, thi* (Sunday) evening. at elegant drawing
rooms, 10 West 24th st., opposite Fifth Avenue Hotel,
7,' , o'clock.
The Sew York Herald. December 23, aay*"Might truly
he called a marvellou* seance ; it is inexplicable."
S. 11.?Carriages may be ordered at 9)4 P. M.
T PLIMPTON HALE, 9TH ST.. HEAR 3D AV., BE
fore Fifth L"nl?er?all?t Society.?Preaching at 11
o'clock. All are invited. Seats free.
7 FLOWER "SEANCE"'BY MRS. 8. A. LISDSLEY
_t jL this evening, at 209 West S2d *t., where spirit voice*
are heard In conversation and singing; circle every evening
at 8 o'clock.
J^RONCHINE.
/iOOPElt rNHTlTVTK. AT 7',. RKV. 1IKNRY MOR
v.' jean's first lecture, "Traits, Tricks and Conversion of a
Live Yankee." .
71 HI' !U'11 OP THE HOLY APOSTLES, 9TII AV? COR\J
ner 28th st.?Service* 10)k and 7k,; Rev. Jarod B.
Flags, D. D., will preach.
TTiiuhch of t5e dihcipleb, MADISON a v., cor.
v ner 43th st., Rev. George II. Ilepworth.?Morning,
"Obtectious Against Joining the Churchevening service
at 7 :HO, "The Eye of Godyoung men'* meeting Wednesday
evening; prayer and praise service Friday evening at
7;80.
/THl'RCH OF TUB ATONEMENT, MADISON AV.,
V7 corner 28th st., Kev. C. C. Tiffany, rector?Morning
frayer at 9 :30; Lituny service, witli Holy Communion, at
1 A. M; evening service. 7:30. The rector will officiate.
CMIFKOH OP' THE" MESSIAH. CORNER PARK AV.
) and 34th st.?Kev. W. II. Alger will preach at 11 and
IX' kianlss "Tb<> VI1>..,n ..I (.<,!....U In II.,
Future State?"
CThUKCtl OP THE DIVINE ivvrKKNITY\ REV. DB.
J K. II. Chapin, pastor.? Preaching tins morning at 11.
Communion niter regular service. Evening, nt 8, vespers
hii I extemporaneous Htltlrese by Dr. Chapin. All woicome.
iMKNTRAL BAPTIST I'll CKCII, WEST lull ST.?REV.
v.'1 J. D. Herr, pastor, will preach morning and evening.
Subjects?Morning, "Spiritual Transformationevening,
"Confessing Christ." Buptism alter evening service.
Strangers welcome.
(THUR??H OF THE HEAVENLY REST, 5Tn AV.,
J abovo 4f>th it Sunday, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.; Wednesday,
8 P. M. Rev. Samuel Cooke.
ST"WTLM AM ORMI stON WILL SPEAK AT 1%
o'clock altor (ho Service of Song, Sunday evening,
March 5, at Assocjation llall.
TRST REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, MADIson
av., corner of 47tli St.. Rev. William T. Sabine,
rector, will preach at 10:1k) A. M. and 7:45 P. If.
K1KND8' MEETING?20TH ST., OPPflSITE (JRAMERcyjiark.?Meeting
this day at 10^ A. M. and 4 and 7'j
P. M. Luke Woodard, John P. Pennington, Elisabeth L.
Cmnatock and other ministers are present. The public cordially
invited.
LENTEN "SERVICES IN 8TT"ANN'8 CflCRCII, EAST
12th St.?On ilie Sunday ovenlngs during Lent the
"Staliat Muter" will be sung in place of vespers at 7l, o'clock.
A series of discourses upon Our Lord's Sermon on the Mount
will be given by the Very ltev. Thomas S. Preston,
\fRS. S'ELLIK J. T. BRIUUAM, INSPIRATIONAL
xt-s. .-punrvvi, iniuir?, 107a is. si., iioin <|iivaiious furu uy
the audience, and 7\? P. M., mihjeet selected. Hull of
Society Progressive Spiritualisti, 60 West 33d it. Children's
lycoutn. 2% P. M.
N~~ KW CHURCH (SWEDE NBOKGIAN) TEMPLE OM
East Hhth it., between Park and Lexington uvs.?Servl"?s
at 11 A. M. Tim Rev. Cliauncey Giles will expound
the curse l?ld upon the woman described In Genesis, lil., It),
explaining what is really meant by multiplying her sorrow
and conception, bringing' forth children In sorrow, and the
supremacy of the husband.
PKIiNTIGE MULPORD'S 8UNDAY EVENING RECEPtions
ut hull 1,208, Broadway; subjects of discourse,
"Events of the Week," "Helknapism," "Complex vs. Simple
Stealing," "The ltorivul."
R" ELIGI0-8CIENTIFI0 SOCIETY E0CLK8IA HALL,
No. 8 Union square, 2^.?"Social Science," "The Kamily;"
illustrated by G. L. Henderson. 7)$, "Evolution in
Morals," by Mrs. S. W. Kent.
kvT .iohx~corr<Pn"smith, d. d., will preach
in St. Peter's church, West 20th at., at 7,^ o'clock, on
Sunday evening.
S~ PECiAL RELIGIOUS SERVICES
conducted bv
Messrs. MOODY AND 8ANKEY
at
Hippodrome Building,
between Madison and 4th avs., 20th and 27th sts.
To meet the wishes of the aged and large numbers in the
suhut^s of the city who are unable to attend the evening
services there will he a day service at 4 o'clock.
TUESDAY, March 7?Subject, "Blood."
To be repeated in tho everting.
WEDNESDAY, March 8-SuMect, "Blood."
To be repeated in the eveuing.
TIIUU8DAY, March 0?Subject, "Ileuven."
To be repeated In the evening.
FRIDAY, Macch 10?Subject, "Heaven."
To be related in the evening.
Admission, only by ticket, can be obtained on application.
In person or by letter, at oftice, Hippodrome, 4th av. and
2Cth St.: bookstore, Madison av. and iitlth St.. or at Young
Men's Christian Association, 1th av. and 23d st.
The expenses of these meetings are large and must be defrayed
by private subscription.
Contributions can be sent to
J. PIERPONT MORGAN, Esq., Troagnrer. 23 Wall st.
SAMUEL TIIORNE, ChairiiMSn Committee of Arrangements.
W. E. DODGE. Chairman ot General Committee.
NATHAN BISHOP, Cnulrman Executive Committee.
tT TlfJMAS~C H U RC H,~5TH AV ,00 UN Kit 530 ST.?
Iter. Dr. Morgan, rector. Service* Eunday, March 5
Morning?Prayer at tl o'clock ; litany, *ernioii and holy Communion
at 10X o'clock. Afternoon?Service and sermon,
.'Ht o'clock.
ST. IGNATIUS' CHl'KCM, 40TH ST.THKTWI'I'N 5TII
and titb ar*.?Services, 7 A. M.. 1?, 10:30, 11 (c'.oral) ;
ermon by the rector, Kev. Dr. Ewer; 7 :3l) P. M. (choral);
Sre cher, the Kev. Dr. C. E. Swope, of Trinity chapel.
Dangers cordially invitod>
T~ABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH, 2D AV. AND 10TH
*t.?Kev. George T. Dowling, of Syracuse. will preach;
morning, "Voiceless Eloquence;" evening, "Solitary
Places." All invited.
T~he"People's service
Iii the
Church of tho Holy Trinity,
Madiaon av. and 42d it.,
Riindav evening, at 7'y o clock.
Uev. Stephen H. T.vtig, Jr., will preach.
The Gospel Hymns an 1 Spiritual Kong* by Mr. Sankcy are
tiaed.
Young men's prayer meeting every Sunday at OL P. M.
Other services at 10>j A. M. and 3>4 P. M.
*YIT AIN WRIGHT MEMORIAL CHURCH, CORNER
IT West 11th st. and Waverley place.?Services, 10 JO
A. M., 7:15 P. M. The roctor. Rev. W. T. Egbert, preaches
in the morning; Rev. Samuel Osgood in the evening.
DRY
AT. Sri.WAKt A (or ~
, WILL OPEN ON MONDAY, MARCH 6,
100 pieces of hand twisted and
hand woven " ?black
silks,
their own manufacture.
CACHEM1RE ROYAL,
in tine blacks.
cachemire brilliant,
in choice colors,
tho best and cheapest products of
American looms.
300 pieces black and colored
FANCY SILKS,
purchased at last week's large auction sale, at prices lower
than ever.
iuct win mill rcpieuisn HUH ?im-k or
FANCY STRIPED AND
CHECK SILKS.
Prices from 6<V. to $1 per yird upward. fully 25 to 33,', per
co nt let* than last years price*.
And they will open two case*
"BONNET"
CACHEM1KK I1 A It FA IT
III At"K SILKS,
manufactured expressly for their host retail trade, excelling
all oilier make* for brilliancy. durability and cheapness.
A frctb invoice of
LOCISINE8
at flu cent* per yard,
about one half latt year't price*.
A 1 urge iassortment of the latest
PARIS NOVELTIES,
In rialn and Fancy
CAMEL'S IIAIR CLOTHS,
NEIfiE DE sriTCBERO, AC..
AT VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
BROADWAY, ?Til AV.. WTH AND 10TI1 PTS.
Ar~ ?
^ LOIIU A TAYLOR, ^
Broadway and I'Otb at
will offer on Monday, Mnrch 6,
their entire stock of
real India camel's hair Shawls,
in new designs aud choice colorings, at greui reduction! on
former prices
Ladies are particularly United to make a
critical examination
of this most valuable slock.
Reduced from $225 to $100.
Reduced from $'-50 to $150.
Reduced from $375 to $175.
Novelties Just received by steamer:?
One case of beautiful black and scarlet
Stella Shawls, for spring wear,
at $5S, good value at $WO;
at $75, good value at $1 lO;
at $1011. good valae at $130.
Two cases PiUlcy Shawls, for earriace wear, ?
new colors, slightly damaged,
offering at one half former prices.
Those.In pursuit of bargains
should call early,
s Broadway and 20th St.
Isabf.AU'S hair nets for the front hair.
With It ladies can dispense with veils; also Urge variety
of Braids. Ac. Ntv 7 L'nlon square.
J'OUVIS KIP OLOVES, VIOLET LETTCCB SOAP
and Perfumery, all gsuuine articles, at il. URODKE A
CO.'S, Ml East 12th St.. nuar Broadway.
TV RAD THE SIN DAY TELEGRAM.
Ji Oil 111 IK MOR.MXC.
CONTAINS SPECIAL. REPORTS FROM WASHINGTON
OK WAR DKPAM'MKNT ICXI'OSIRKS
CABLE N'KIVS FROM EUROPE.
ILLl'STRATKD POUCH COt'HT SKETCHES
AliMANV CEOIBLATL'RB ANl) gossip.
I.Meat Local nnd Telegraphic Xewe from All Porta.
INTERESTING READING MATTER.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
N'O LACK, KANCV noons. 81 IT OR DRCR8MAKlog
eatabllahment or notiou hnuu ahould be without
the "Magic Ribbon and Tapa Hut.nor." patented; It orna uanta
and trim* dreatea, underwear. mrti Ina, Ac., without
aewlng, eavlng the fading ot trimmlnge and material when
tha article* are waalied; the work of a day accmnpilahed In
ten mluutae: no dlaarrangtng alldea, simple, never gets oat
ol order Wholesale In the notion department* cf 0?<>fc
Valentine A Co., I<. M. Hatea A Co., Wm. II. I.yon A Co.,
Rartlett. Read A Co., Cncbran. M le?n A Co., Mill* A
Uibbs, Hpellman Hroa Porter Hroe. A Co., Noyea, Smith A
Co., tlayne, Spring, Dale A Co., Dunham, Hurklty A Co.,
and all fancy gooda and notion brxwoa il Mk'tui mmtm
*?ant, W7 Droodwaje
W YC
YV YORY mT\Tn AY MAT?
DRY GOODS. ^
^ ?A.?A.?A.?A.?.A.?A.?A?A.
^ LORD A TAYLOR, ^
Broad* uy and 20th St.,
will offer on Monday,
Camel's hair Overskirts and Jakets, at (10, (12, 113, (13,
(17, $30, $25.
Camel a hair OTersklrts, Waist and ontside Jacket, (30 to
$33.
Camel's hair Suits, silk trimmed, (20. (23 and (25.
Colored cashmere Suits, silk trimmed, (25, $30, (35, $40
nod (45.
Camel's hair Suits, all silk rndersklrt. (45.
Black cashmere Suits, from (15 upward.
Black cashmere Suits, silk I ndersklrt. (57.
Liuht silk pongee and mohnir < ostumes, (20 and (25.
Alpaca Suits from (10 50 upward.
A 4>
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
SWISS AND ORGANDY Sl'ITS
,$>
from 12 50 to (40.
Swiss Overdrerssea, neatly trimmed. $3 50.
Children's plaid melton School Suits, $3 50.
Childreu's all wool, plaid School Suits. (5 75.
Children's all wool Cashmere, silk trimmed, (15.
Children's cloth Sacques from (2
Job lot ehidren's Pique Dresses, braided in handsome designs,
from (3 70.
Also a choice lot ol French hand embroidered Pique Gabrlello
Dresses, from (4 50.
f?)? - )
I MORNING GOODS A SPECIALTY I
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made to order and delivered in twelve hours
aud do disappointment.
Also
Evening Dresses to order In twenty-four honrs.
Dinner, reception and carriage Dresses in silk,
choice siindes, at remarkably low prices,
ltluck silk Costumes, from $4* up.
Colored silk Costumes, from #4" up.
Embroidered Ovorskirts and Junkets, from $15 up.
Will close out the balance of
our winter Stock at less than cost of manufacture.
Ladies' Wrappers in cashmere, printed aud plaiu.
Printed rops,
in groat variety, for house or steamer wear.
Plaid lUnnci Wrappers at $<> -5.
A choice lot of Robes de Chatnbre,
in tine cashmere, braided and embroidered, from $11 SO up.
No charge for alterations.
Rules for selt measurcment sent free of expense.
This immense stock of goods are our own manufacture
and warranted by the Arm.
A largo Invoice of cashmere and di an d'etc Saeqnes,
Jackets, Talmas, Fichus, Ac., nicely trimmed,
from $s< upward.
Also invoice of Sacques and Jackets,
In light basket cloths, suitable for spring wear,
at $5 and $*,Just half original price.
Sleeveless Jackets, In silk velvet, beautifully trimmed,
at $14 to $25, half value.
Also,
at a reduction of 33 1-3 per cent,
tbe entire balance of our winter stock
of velvet nud cloth Sacipies.
t LADIK8' AND CHILDREN'8 UNDERWEAR, f
Our stock in all branches of this department is now fully
complete. Ktytes and prices are so varied as to meet the
requirements of our customers. We confidently invite their
inspection. Our assortment comprises every description of
garment, from the plainest to the most elaborate, both in
French and American manufacture, and In quality ofrnalei
rials and finish cannot fail to satisfy the most critical.
JwALKliiS BKXRT8. |
Deep hem clatter tucks, good muslin 50
Deep hem two cluster tucks 70
Deep hem two clusters HO
Two raruhric rtifHes and tucks
Plaited ruflle tud tucks
Deep hem and 21 tucks 95
Embroidered ruffle and tucks $1 09
Deep side plaited ruffle and tucks 1 10
i Embroidered ruflle and tucks 1 25
Embroidered ruffle and tucks, wider. .r 1 35
| Two embroidered ruffles 1 70
Hamburg flounce and nine tucks 1 90
Deep tucked flounce, all cambric 2 40
i Hamburg flounce, two cluster tucks. 2 50
Two cambric ruflles tucked aud edged with fine Hamburg
3 10
French Skirts, elaborately embroidered 3 00
Canton flannel Skirts 90
Short muslin Underskirts, ruflle and tucks 50
^ DRAWERS. ^
Rufflo and tucks 48
Tuck6 and Hamburg edge 90
Deep bom, three cluster tucks 70
Embroidered ruflle and tucks 95
Coventry ruffling and tucks 1 00
Insertion and edging 1 10
Linen cluster tucks, fine quality 1 50
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Inserting anil edge 58
Corded bunds. OH
Tucked yoke and cambric ruffle 75
1'ufflngs and ruffle 75
Puffing and inserting...., 88
Corded bunds and cambric ruffle 1 00
Tucked yoke and inserting*, ail in 38, 40, 42, 44 and
40 incu bands 1 15
|| NIGHTDRESSES. ^
Double yoke and ruffled 95
Double yoke, belter quality and ruffled down Trout 1 00
Tucked yoke. 1 20
Bias tucking and ruffle down entire front. .. 1 05
Cluster tucks and insertion yoke 1 55
Tucked yoke, insertion and embroidered rufflo 1 70
Tucked yoke, three rows of insertion and edge 1 90
Tucked yoke and emhroldered ruffle, ueck 14, 15 and j > ,
TO inch, otherwise in proportion J
^DKESSINO SACQUES. ^
Trimmed with ruffle sod tucks 75
Trimmed with ruffle and tucks 1 00
Trimmed with ruffle and tucked all around 1 25
Trimmed with ruffles and Hamburg insertion 1 55
Trimmed with two rows insertion and ruffle 1 00
Corset Covers from 90
A full line of French band embroidered Chemises, Night.
Dresses, Dressing Sacquct, Rot** do t'hainbre, 4c., at prices
of domestic goods.
A largo lot o( Night Dresses, full laundried, handsomely
tucked and hand embroidered, at half the original price.
TCOMPLKTK TROUSSEAU, FROM $50. Y
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All tlic popular styles of Corsets, l'aniers, 4c., at very low
prices.
Particular attention paid to
^ WKDDINO OUTFITS. ^
Our long experience in this branch guarantees us in promising
perfect satisfaction in every particular
T INFANTS' WEAR. ^
Infants' linen Mtlrts. trimmed, from 50
Infants' flannel Bands, embroidered 1*1
Infants' flannel Bands, plain, silk bound 37
Infants'flannel Skirts, from 1 *0
Infant's flannel Skirts, embroidered 2 5o
Infants'fine cambric Skirts, laundried... 1 hi
Infants' fine cambric Skirts, handsomely trimmed 2 00
Infants'Nigbt Dresses from 95
Infants'Nainsook trimmed Slips 1 10
lufant's Christening Robes, trimmed with embroidery. 3 15
Infants' lace Caps from I 75
Nursery Baskets, embroidered 3 if)
Nursery Baskets, silk and Isce trimmed 8 (10
Nursey Baskets, folly furnished.. 4 25
Embroidered flannel and merino Shawl* from 3 75
Infants' Cloaks, white merino, silk trimmed, lined and
wadded 0 50
Infanta' Cloaks, white merino, quilted silk lining and
hands,one]v trimmed 15 00
Infanta' Cloaks, colored merino, long cloaks, doable
capes 7 00
Infants' Walking Coats, silk trimmed, lined and
wadded, from 5 00
Infants' Walking Coats, braided cloth, flannel lined... 3 00
Infants' Walking Coats, black velvet, hand embroidered,
halt the cost of importation 8 00
Afghans, new designs, from 4 2.5
Pi.I?e Walking Coats, hand embroidered. 7 Of J
Pique Long Cloaks, hand embroidered 7 50
Chlldsen's Muslin Drawers, trimmed, from 2 to 12 year
sire, from. 03
Children's Muslin Chemises, same sises. from 37
children's Muslin Niglulresscs. same sites 82
Nainsook ahort Dresses, Prench yoke, from 1 15
15 F A N TH' COM I' L KTE W A R DR< > H K8 A HP EC lA LT Y,
TO OKDKK AND ON HAND.- PROM $33.
Rules for self-measurement or any other information reqnircd
sent to any part ol the country free of charge
The firm guarantee every article advertised by them to'
be In stock and to be as represented.
Send for catalogue, mailed free of cost
Samples of all classes o( goods sent tree to all sections of
our country.
Fine White floods.
We will, during the week, exhibit the roost complete and
well assorted stock of foreign while goods, consisting of
French. Kiigltsli and Herman manufacture, suitable lor la.
dies and children's wear.
8-4 French Organdies, from 30c. to $1 75.
Swiss Muslin, from 10c to $1.
White and colored Tarlatanes, from 12)^0.
White Grenadines, from 45c. to 80c.
Victoria and Bishop Lawns, from 12,'4e fo (10c.
48 Inch French Nainsooks, heavy and slltu, from 30c. to
fl 50
English Nainsook, heavy and thin, from 14c to 75c.
French Jaconet and Cambric, Irorn 31c. tofl 25.
We beg to call particular ajtrntlon to these goods, as they
will be found to be very durable for wear.
Soft ilnlshcd Cambric, from 14c. to MOc.
English long Cloth, at 25c.. 28c. and 30c.
We w ill also offer a large Invoice of plain India twilled
Long Cloth, single and double twill, at prices much hcluw
cost of importation.
Striped Long Cloth, from 28c. to 70c.
Have Just received a new assortment of I'nglish and
French Nainsooks, In plaid and stripes, among which will
be found 50 pieces ol striped Mull, hand made go-is, very
Bne, which we will offer at Vie. per yard, worth 7"c
180 pieces French Organdies, In plaid and snipe !. st 2fc.,
worth 35c.
Victoria Lawn, in stripe and plaid, from 21c.
Lacc striped satin Hnislied i'lqin
500 pieces at-18c.,.worth 20c.
I 5m pieces at 28c., worth 35c.
20n pieces at 35c., worth 4 "c.
200 pieces at 38c., worth 4,'ms,
900 pieces at 4fk- . worth VIe.
Corded llqae from 15c. to $1 25.
Striped Pique from 10J-,'c. to 25c.
Figured rlqne irom a-x:. in i.ir
Embroidered Pique from 75c. to ft 35
Alio,
Figured und dotted Swiss Moulin from g'e
Pntfed'Muilln, wftS plain and lace strip..". f. m Vic., lor
overdres en end wain.
India Muslin, satin .tripe, new goods, at 3Ti\
Tucked Muslin.
We bare now In stock the most complete line of Tucking",
mad.' In French and Kngllsli nainsooks and cambrics suitable
for trimmings, wmsl, children's dresses and ladies'
skirts.
Also, Tucked Flouncing; something new.
Th- se goods have been made expressly tor our retail trade
and selected with greet care, as we are making a specially in
this line. _, , , _
Boy's Clothing Department.
Would call stiecial attention lo their new stork of youths'
and hoys' Clothing manufactured in their store especially
for this sea-On
F.ngllsh Walking Suits. 10 to 15 years, from f 10 to #12.
Derhy Suits, #* to #10.
1). H. Derhy Blouse Suits, fi to #B.
Special attention is called to onr Highland Halts, $8 and
upward.- __
Kxtra Pants with til onr suits. $2 60.
Suits exrbanged ; no extra charge.
Custom orders filled promptly and fit guaranteed
A large and varied stock of Cheviots, Diagonals, Serges
and Matelasse Cloths in stock at all times, cut in lengths la
ait ladlas and gentlemen who may tavor us
Knles fora-lf-niessiirement sant free avery where.
Samples alto sent without charge
.LORD A TAYLOR.
Hiptdwtjr ?ua 20th si.
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has received anil will open to-morrow,
t MONDAY, f
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100 cases of those fine Braid Hats, at $1 09,
being the same qualties and shapes as sold last
week at that price.
(Retailing elsewhere at (1 SO.)
^ ALSO THIItTY MOKE CASES ^
of those elegant Chip Hats iu the new styles at ft 88.
The "COMBINATION"" prices of the former are $13 50 a
dozen.
The "COMBINATION"prices of the lattcr'are 934 a dosen.
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| MILUNEB8 ^
WILL RECEIVE A Sl'EiMSCOINT ON ABOVE.
We have also received 38 different shades of the
"BASKET" and "KROSTED" SILKS and RIBBONS,
which we cut at
1 WH OLKbALE i-KICES. f
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We also purchased at tho LATE AUCTION SALES
of
FIELD. MOP.RIS ,t KKNXER ^
a full line o! HEAVY ORGS GRAIN SILKS. In BROWNS
of seven different shades, which we will sell
at $1 19~worth $1 50.
^ ALSO 42 1'IECES f
of the best BLACK SILK in the market nt SI 42; worth
SI 73.
^ WB CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION ^
To oar LAMBSKIN GLOVES, all new shades, at 69c.
Also oar REAL KID OLOVES, In 2, 9, 4 and 0 Buttons,
which are as good as the highest priced GLOVES can he.
The Two-Button we sell at SI 19;
The Three-Button at SI 35, and so on npward
We highly recommend this GLOVE. TRY THEM
* M. AI.TMAN,
10th ?l. and 6th av.
J^INKXs!
LORD TAYLOR
pre offering their entire stock
of Linens
at greatly reduced prices.
Linen Slieetlugs, all widths.
10-4 Linen Sheetings ut 75c., iomier price 90c.
10 4 Linen Sheetings nt 90c., firmer price $1 12.
10-4 Linen Sheetings at $1. former price $1 25.
If nrnaley and French Sheetings at very low prices.
Richardson's PUlow-Caso Linens, twenty-tWe per cent less
than former prices.
A full assortment ol Richardson's Shirtings end Family
Linens.
On# case extra fine French Bosom Linens.
Shirting Linens, yard wide, at 25c., former prico 35c.
Shirting Linens, yard wide, at 36c., former price 4f>c.
bhirting Linens, yard wide, at 4.V., former uriec 05o.
A great variety of printed Shirting Linens In the newest
designs.
Table Cloths and Table Damasks of French, Irish, Scutch
and Barnsley manufacturers.
7-4 Damask at 00c., former price 00c.
7-4 Damask at 00c., former price SOe.
7-4 Dainnak at 80c., former price 01.
8-4 Damask at $1, former price fl 20,
8-4 Damask at 41 30, former price 41 00.
Fancy colored Lunch Cloths, in Turkey red, bulf, pink,
blue, Ac., Ac., with and without colored borders. Doylies to
match.
t, and Napkins to match table cloths
?, Napkins at 80c. per dosen, Iormer price f 1.
Napkins at OOe. per dosen, former price fl 10.
?s Nspkins at $1 ler dosen, former price fl 20.
*Z Napkins at SI SO per dosen, former price 42.
S Napkins at 42 per dosen, former prico $2 00.
Napkins at 43 per dosen, former price 43 SO.
t. Napkins at 43 SO per doacn, former prico 44.
Mock Towels 41 per dosen. former price 41 20.
Muck Towels 81 20 per dosen, former price 41 50.
Muck Towels 41 75 per dosen, former price 42.
Muck Towels &! por dosen, former price $2 SO.
Muck Towels 43 per dosen. former price $3 00.
Also
a lariro assortment of damask. Turkish oath and olasa
Towels; Toweling* l)y the yard.ttnsters and Waal) Cloth?,
Linens, Druggets and Crumb Cloths, Stair Crash, Burlaps,
Rusiia Shootings. cotton and llneu Diaper, Ac., all hemmed
aud lauudrieU at short notice.
Also
For the nest thirty dnys
the sale of cotton Goods will be contluned at case price*.
Blenched Shirtings at Oc., and unbleached at 5 We.
All the popular brands or Muslins?via.. New York mills,
Uticn, Art and Wamautta at 12t?c. per yard. Lonsdale, 10o.,
and Fruit of the Loom, !>c.
All width Sheetings and Pillow Caso Muslim. A specialty*
In twilled Sheeting".
Particular ntteution is asked to the bedding and bouse
Inrnlsblng department.
Hair and feather Pillows and Bolatera.
Hair Mattresses. Spring Beds. Spring t'ots.
German linen Bad Covers, Comforters. Blankets.
Feather Beds, sheets and Plilow Cases.
A large Importation of French and English Marseilles
Quilts, in choice and elegant design*. Also Crochet guilts
at $1 40, and .Tacquard 10-4 guilts at fl 05.
Floor Oilcloths (English and American) from 50c. a yard
upward, and Tabic Oilcloths in great variety.
The tirm guarantee every article advertised by tbem to be
in stock, und to be as represented
BROADWAY AND 20TII ST.
I T STEWART A CO
J\> Untlie 4th av. section will largely replenish their
stock of
DOMESTIC PRINTS,
side band fancies,
ONLY 5 CENTS PER YARD.
very choir* styles
DOMESTIC PRINTS.
ONLY 0'4 CENTS PER YARD.
1.0 K1 pieces yard wide
PRINTED PERCALES.
very handsome, only 8 cents per yard; good value
for 10 dents.
A large assortment of
PAUIs PRINTED PERCALES.
jaconets, ORGANDIES. AC.,
the latest novelties in design and very choice qualities;
prices extremely low.
500 eases
bleached and brown domestics,
connnenciug at the low price of 0'4 cents per yard.
new YORK mills. WAMHl'TTA
AND UTICA SHIRTINGS,
full yard wide, at 12,'ic per yard.
FLANNELS. BLANKETS.
COUNTERPANES, SHEETINGS, AC.,
at very ettrnctive price?.
And they request special attention to their stock of
POPULAR DRESS GOODS
IN PLAIN POPLINS HERGES.
CAMAIKU PLAIDS AND stripes.
CAMBL'S HAIR CLOTHS, AC.,
at 20c., 25c. and UBe. per ysrtf, one-third less than lift year's
prices.
BROADWAY. 4TII..AV.. 1'TIJ. AND 10TH STS.
A."" EUGENIE'S
HSSS EEBE CCC RRR EEEE TTTTT
8 Pi C C It K E T
Bison obb ' - nun r.nn j
8 K C 0 R K K T
BSS8 KERB CCC B it KEEK T
OK BEAUTY, or ('HEME BLANCHE. a beautiful Inven- I
lion of tii*- eniiuent cbemUt. Dr F. Cnndray, of I'arla. bjr
which menu* the EMPRESS Kl'HBXII w?a enabled to
prcaerve her beautiful complexion. Warranted to bo abaoInt?ly
Iree from all iiijnriou* aihrtHncvv aud highly recommended
by tlie lilglieat authorities $1 I'KK BOX. Ini- 1
ported aud warranted by
L. SHAW. i 51 Weat 14th at., near Macy'a.
S?|e A trout )iMt4 B >wery, corner 4th at. I
The celebrated I. Cuudray'a AURORA. to blench any
color of dark hair to a fine gtddeu blonde without any injury
to the hair I'rlco for n :t ounce bottle, f 1 5(J; for a <i
ounce bottle. f- V) Imported and warranted by , 1
L. SHAW. i >4 Weal 14th at., near Macy'a.
Sole Attent. t :uvt Bowery, corner 4th at.
HI MAN IIAI It WOODS. J
Th.e larireat ana IIneat uaaoriment poaillvely retailed at
wh.de.Hle prlcoa at L SHAW'S. M WEST 14TII ST., NEAR
MAt'V S and SB I MOtVKKY, CORNER 4T1I ST. BEND
FOR II.l.l'STRATED PRICE LIST. The moat modern
atylea ol Collfuroa on hand In (treat variety. IIAIRDKKSSJNW,
'etc Combing* made np by tlin newly invented
method '"< per ounce. Ilalr taken in exebango. Oray llair
uiui Inviaible Kroute a apeclalty.
rlFTEEN CENTS Will buy yon a real HAIR TUFF; fl :
will buy yon a dark rray Switch, 28 Inchea lon(*; $2 oO will
buy you a white (ray Switch. C0MBIN(J8 made Into i
awitchea, tiw per ounce, with tonta all oneway, at K L.
Kli.TEI.f AS . ..Udi 111 a\ . American Ilalr Creating I'arlora
C1REME AND ECRU DYEINfL?HENRI LACKS,
I tnllea. mailnea. Ac, madecremcor ecru color; work
done lor the trad JILMtl, I'.'l Broadway.
SHIRTS?FINK, CUSTOM MADE 8IIIRT8, WAM- i
antra mnalln, line linen boaoma, lint claaa workman
alnp, fl .Ml. fl 75, fi each ; dkaeoant by tlia do ten. Shirt
lectori, by tat Miuadwu. ?vth?? WutthlU
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SHEET.
tho satin glace and cashmere finish.
A special line of Bcllou's Black pros craln hoary corded
Silks at $-! 10 and 30, especially adapted for dinner and
promenade dresses, and gnrantcod to wear.
Ulcb assortment of Stripes and Checks at unusual bargains,
05c. to if 1 a yard.
Lyons Taffetas, raye, at 00c , worth 70c.
Lyons Taffetas, rsyo and quadrille, at R5c., worth $1 10,
of superior finish, and especially recommended for wear.
Lyons Taffetas, raye and quadrille, at $1 per yard, purchased
at auction at great bargains.
Lyons Taffetas, raye, at #1 a yard, former price CI 25.
Lyons Taffetas, raye, at ft 2ft a yard, former price ft 50.
full line plain colored Silks, purchased at rucent auction
sales, at $1 a yard, former prhe fl 30.
Also,
the new Shades of the host Lyons manufacturers, at greatly
reduced prices.
Kayo uni, 22 inch, f I 75, formerly $2 25.
Oros grain, 23 inch, 1*2, formerly tf2 25.
Cachcmire do soie, 24 inch, $2 50, formerly $3.
l'oult de sole, 2-4 Inch, <3, formerly fB 50.
Lyons lirocailed Silks, in nil tho tashionable tints, for
street anil evening wear.
2'l Inches, $2 75, reduced from $3 50.
20 Inches. $3 50, reduced from ft 50.
A complcvo line of white Oros (drain, $ 1 25 to $3 60 pet
yard. Just received per steamer.
Colored and white Satins, $1 50, good valuo for 32 per
yard.
The firm guarantee every nrtl'clo advertised by thom to be
in stock and to be as represented. ?
Samples of goods sent free ol cost to all parts of tha
United States.
Broadway ami 20th st.
jgANKRUH "SALIS.
Bankrupt sale.
Bankrupt sale of $150,(?X) worth.
Bankrupt salo of general Dry Goods.
Bankrupt sale, to be told on Monday, March C,
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and following days, at a tremendous reduction,
at 301 Grand at, between Kldridgo and Alien its.,
lately occupied by Charles Heard A Co.
?
SPECIALTIES.
Bankrupt sale of plain and eolored Silks. r>0e.; usual price,
$1 00.
Bankrupt sale of Camels' llalr l'lald, 11c.; worth 25c.
Bankrupt sale of ludios' Worsted Suits, $3 50; usual price,
Bankrupt asle of Waterproof Cloaks, full else, $4 50 and upward.
Bankrupt sale of single in 1 double Shawls, 50c. aud upward.
Bankrupt salo of Cloth Snrtues, {1 ; worth $5.
Bankrupt sale of Blankets and White Spreads, 75c. and npward.
Bankrupt sale of Cloths and Cassimcres, 3s. and upward.
Bankrupt snlo ot Remnants of black and colored Dres*
Goods.
Bankrupt sale of gentlemen's Underwear nnd Hosiery.
Bankrupt sale of Domestics and Linens.
Best standard American Prints, 5c. and upward.
Every description of Dry Goods sold euually as low.
N. B.?Special sale of Ladies' Suits on Monday and Tliuraday.
Hale to commence at 10 o'clock every day.
All goods marked in plain Qgurei.
Beware of bospu sales.
Beware of bogus sales.
Beware ofbojjns sales.
Remember tlso number, 301 Orand si.
/ 1 ARRETS ~ ~ :
a t. stewart a co. J
are offering
extraordinary bargains
in axminstkr. aubl'sson.- i
berlin and pkkvknter carpets, k
various sizes, in one piece. f
SMYRNA CARPETS AND RUGS,
very choice, received direct. _ , ?
Pncci largely rednced. r
A large line of c
ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC t
KITE FRAME BRUSSELS, I
only SI 75 per yard; recently cold at fa 20. t
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS,
only ft 10 per yard; recently told for f 1 20.
ingrain's, ruos, mats, oilcloths. ac.
at pecially low price*
Thev have a Ho opened a great variety of the U'.eit
0 NOVELTIES
IN PARIS QUALITY MOQI'KTS
AXMINsTERS, WILTONS and 1
VELVET CARPETS, ?<
>y the yard, the greater portion confined ityle* and very
choice; price* extremely low. "
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS IN j
.ACK CURTAINS, I
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS. J
CRETONNES,
VXD THE .LATEST NOVELTIES I
IN FURNITURE COVERINGS
AND CURTAIN MATERIALS. i
PRICES EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE. \
BROADWAY. ATI I AV., S?TII AND 10TH 8TS. t
A CARD-CONTINUAL ILL HEARTH COMPELLING 1
me to retire trem general reiail trade, I will aell my A
'nllre Stock, coriflttiiig of Ladire' Children'* and Infanta' tj
tntflo; ai?.i *n iramenae atock nl Embmid?rl*>, Scotch and f
-'rcneli handwork : Hamburg*. Ac , for the neat HO day*, at x
Ax- en the dollar ,1 s c < 1 1!V at 4th av. J
15 AST HTII sr., OPPOSITE STEWART'S.?SI DB j,
Hi Plaiting and Ladlea* Underwear, at l*?a than you can ?uy
the malrrtal.
UANDSOMK EVENING SILK DRESS, WATCH AND
King; aell low or em-hang* for Furniture. Addreaa i
H ASTE. Herald office __
a handsome, FASHIONABLY made bilk press, 1
2\. ot the Ut??t ?lind<> pf Mn?, M ?; if Inrh mink lap#, (
1.IXDQ BlUiflltR.H, I.3U7 Broadway. |
UK AO HIE SUE DAY TK LEO RAM.
EE1LM TWO LEE TIE ]
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lj jw.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
DRY CHM)OS.
RICHARD MEARES,
Oth st. snd 19th it.,
BEG TO DIRECT THE ATTENTION OF CUSTOMERS
AND THE PUBLIC TO THE
LARGE AND CHOICE SELECTIONS OF NEW OO0D9,
ADAPTED TO EARLY SPRING TRADE,
NOW OPENIN0
IN ALL OUR VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS.
WE SHALL EXHIBIT ON MONDAY, MARCH ?,
1.000 pieces of colored Silks. In all thu new snd desirable
ill.ides, at si 28, *!?!>, $1 4(1 45, SI no and $1 75 per
jrsrd.
Full line of Twilled 8ilks,in all the new and choice shades.
Olsab IIsas Aesln DHL - ? ?- ?
.....,.ac...? riniity, tI, 91 -u,?i as>,
Black Grot Grntn Silks, or superior make and fluisb, 51 30*
51 73, $1 86, $J.
Finest Lyons black Silks, $2 25, 52 50, f2 75, S 1.
IN Ol'R PRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
wo shall oiler on Monday
a largo assortment of new styles in
nil wool Servos, nil wool French Brocades,
Cushiuerea, Camel's Hair Cloths, Pongees,
in iho newest ami choicest shades
Very line English twilled plaid Pcbr -es, 25c. per yard.
JUU^ieces ol Debegcs, iu all the new shades, 25c., 30 c.,
Pure silk und wool brocaded Pongees, 75c
Lupin's fine French Cashmeres, newest shades, OT?o.
All wool French Brocades, iu cream, white and all the
choicest shades, latest novelt.es, for overdresses and
basques, f I par yard.
WE HAVE A 1.80 OPENING
a full assortment of Mourning (foods,
in Cashmeres, Bombasines, 'f ami to and Emprois ClofUS,
at very low prices.
All the popnlar makes of Cambrics and Calicoes.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT,
OPENING ON MONDAY.
All the new styles In
untrimmed chip and straw Hats,
and
choicest novelties In finest Frouch Flowere
and Millinery Goods.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Now opening,
a magnificent assortment of
fine cashmere, silk, Bulbrigrgan and Lisle thread
Hosiery,
in evory quality and newest itylea. "
Tor ladles aud gentlemen ami children.
Full aaaortmeuMtf our celebrated
2 and if button kid Cloves,
in nil the delicate light shades.
Every pair warranted, or givo another pair if
they rip or tear.
We bog to invite an examination of our very fine
stock of Ludles' ami Children's Underwear
in cambric, linen and most approved makes of muslin.
Very lino and choice Goods ul lowest prices.
All the popular makes in
Imported Flench wove and hand made Corsets.
Ladies' and Infants' complete Wardrobes.
NOW OPENING.
SPECIALTIES IN
CASHMERE LACKS AND EMBROIDERIES,
AND NOVELTIES IN
NECKTIES, BOW-:, UUFPLINOS AND TRIMMINGS.
A visit of examination respectfully solicited
RICHARD MEAREH
corner Oth av. aud 19th st. ,
j^INZEVS
I Opening.
VI- .
tituiicsusy uuu suursuuy.
Opening.
Mitrch 8 and 0.
French
French I'uttern %
Bonnets,
Bonnets,
Flowers,
Flowers, , Silks
Silks,
Laces, Ribbons
Ornaments,
and Ornaments.
Laces.
Six cases
Latest
Chip Bonnets.
rails
.Three cases French
Styles.
I'uttern Bonnets.
WILLIAM KINZKY,
707 and 709 Broadway,
f* ECONOMY IN SHOES f*
<t> <3>
f LOUD A TAYLOR J
BROADWAY "aND itOTli ST.
We reapedftilly invite inspection of onr LADIES' i'BLB
BRAVED 8-t, 84 anil 85 BUTTONED DRESS and WALK;
INO BOOTH. Also, CHILDREN'S SUPERIOR SCIIOOF
SHOES at $2, worth 8J 50.
Oar aim Is to unrip!,* excellent Shoes at prices MDCII BE:
LOW ORDINARY RATES We excreise unusual care Is
measuring, and guarantee in all cases an easy and perleot
lit.
It Is NOW ACKNOWLEDGED that onr establishment F
the .MOST CONVENIENT and RELIABLE in the city fid
BOTH READY MADE and CUSTOM BOOTH and SIIOE.j|
VEE 1"S J'A TEN T
Partly made Dress Shirts,
best and cheapest in America,
made from V/amsntta muslin and best Irish linen.
Bosoms three.ply, all linen.
Mon's, six for 8>i; less than six, 81 2.V each.
Boys', six for 8-1 8'i; leys than six, 81 each.
All slsos, elegant etvlesViierfect fitting.
Our prices are 20 per cent less than retail cost of material;
is.6
mrcc yarns aiiisnn,
One fine linen Bosom (three-ply, all linen) <10
One pair fine linen Cull* 25?$1 2*
Keep's Kbirts, eleirnntly made and pertect lining, six fur
$0; leas than six, $1 25 men.
Samples of Bosoms and Muslin, with instructions for tclfmensurcment,
mailed Iree.
KEEP MANUFACTURING COMl'ANY,
Patentees and Solo Manufacturers,
105 and Id" Merce, st. ami 50 i Broome st.
Retail store, 571 Broadway, New York.
ISFfim
AN KNTIRF. BANKRUPT STOCK JUST RECEIVED.
BODY 1IRUSSKI.S AT $1 50 1"KIt YAKD.
TAPESTRY BRCHSKLS AT 51 PER YARD.
INGRAINS KHU.M t ' CENTS IP WARD.
At.SO
A I.AtlGE LINE OF GOODS FROM AUCTION (slightly
Iraperlect/, ABOUT ONE IIALK THEIR USUAL PR ICR.
LACE CURTAINS
FROM
ONE DOLLAR
nor pair to the finest imported
A LOT OF MISFIT SHADES AT .el CENTS EACH,
Cretonnes, Reps. Coras and Tassels, Table and Piano Cover#
uud Cornices of every description,
RIIEPPARD KNAPP'S
IS't and 1H5 Oth uv., one door below 13th st.
A. T MAX STADLI'.R. t
Late STAPLER A CO.,!
?
MAX HTADLER A <n?
Ball, Black .V Co.'a Building. .Vi.b ami .'>07 Broadway, cotv
ncr Prince st., take plea-tiro in announcing that they now
occupy the entire nnper part of the nbnvo nfuird building,
where tliev are irmly to sell
MliS S Vol'TIIS' AND BOYS' CI.OTHIXO
at wholesale. All material used in menulecturing lias been
purchased for cash aince the llilli of .1 anuary, and consequently
can seil at prices twenty per rent lower than any
bouee In the United States They otfer tiie benefit of tbla
extraordinary advantage to all their customers, who are
herewith cordially Invited to an Inspection of their stock.
The entrance for customers Is through B ill, B ack .it Co. a
store MIA and f>?7 Nrmsdwat MAX SfAULEIl A CO.
New Verb, Kefe. 20. I WW.
/x viooCbolx, laaith av , .neak kith bt.?
I I, Stamping eitsbllahmont: specialty of ladies' ami
babies' trousseaux : lingerie and underwear; monograms f>
order for table and bed luien, handkerchiefs, Ac.; wholesale
department, 00 Cast 12th ?t ; p-r orated paper, patterns,
machines, and accessories lor stamping
ONM* III>K.
IJIuit PLAITING. TIENHT,
TBI Broadway,
841 6th a* , IM Varick st., 087 ?th a*
JIDK PliAlTINO Im.VK BY NAt lilM.-AI.Sti WITIf
io a space; five kluds of box plaiting in a neat manner;
ilaitlng done while yon wait; plaiting done by any other
nacltlne can be replaited; tnv establishment is tAic only one
rliere plaiting can bo made from IS to 2S Inches wide;
'thers advertising title fact are positively una! 1# to do to. aa
nany ladies hare convinced themselves ol tl>e same at tnelr
xpeete; shirring and hemming also done by machine at 1
cut per yard. I.adies, If yon wish to save yonr goods from
,..,1 ksnin od i?,>i,,li?lt I .. U 1 M
Kl. JOKKPIf, IW Komytb it., two doora Iron Umil at., la
tore.
Vr AI tTT WTi > iFi: A M It KIC"Js]Tck: PKlMfAita .
Yard wide Prima, 8c. per yard.
LOUD A TAYLOR, Urand and Ohryatie eta,
Broadway and VHk at.
MILLIMRnV AND DRBMNAKINA.
\_A.?18TC.?OPKS IX <J ~1870.?IM P0IITK D PAT.
erna of aprinp *Ulo? in Cloak*, Manila. Dinner, Kvonng
and Promenade Toilettea The only French Panler, inllapentabte
to praaenl atvle Hunerinr French drc-.making
" all brancbea, perfect 111 and latevt at via. Part. 'Waeta.
tnrl Bo.tnu Pad*. Mnrc. A, DlfYAL, Importer, 878 Brood-,
'*/ *
1 M OIAKT. II AVI NO ADDED A DKKSSM AKINCt
department In connection with her millinery roomj,
? now prepared to receive order* in all bmrichea of dreaanabing,
which will he promptly and artiatleelty executed.
> i Rati 1 Itli It.
nOLDBS A CO S DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT?
,T Making up ladiea' ti material* and remodelling
tcave* receive tpedal attention. N. B ?So charge for ex-.
rai. ailiOth ev., between P>th and 7(>th ata.
1IME MATKI1.DR HB '"KlniBV. KOBBS A
VI Modea. beg* to Inform her cturtomer* and the ladiea in *
uneral that alto baa removed to No. il'i Real -itli at., near
t r.idil arte
im UAH I IKY IIAS OPKXEll A MIH'UMXH I)R.
41 pertinent. wllli a larita arid elegant aeeortment <>f alt
tylaa <>f llala and Bomiete. Kun?ral ordcra ma'lo In two
nnra' Diilltc ?47 Hriadw.tr and 177 IVth av.
PLA1T1N0 AND SHIftiixoT *
114 Kaat 14th at.,
oppoalte Academy of Mnale.
PlaItibo Dumb rnon F" to ' i? tSenju trm*achate
re Lace cleaned a^ual t??4w, at OifTltorr-#,
IS3 9th a*.
a r uylohT huThm/ > vow ay - openImT oTTvn
ported I'alteiaa Monday. March II. 1 h?>roit|jh nialrite<
Ion enaranteed In A. T. Taylor'* perfect ayetrm tor emtio*
adie? drn?<? at the "(lire of Inn imputed J uraali, 'Le
tou Jfe*. "L* Muda hleaante 0*4 'Merer da l.? Mode.'' {
DHY CSOOOg.
AN ELEGANT DISPLAY
ol
NEW (JOOD8
ot
POPULAR PRICES.
C0NKL1NU A COMPANY,
Nn. 7?U Broadway,
between t?tU end t'th sts.
one block below A. T. Stewart A Co.
SILK DEPARTMENT.
56tl plecei
Black, plain, colored aud fane; Silki,
bought at tbo
PEREMPTORY AUCTION SALE
OP LAST WEEK.
The largest sale of rich Lyons Silks at public auction ever
held in this city, and owing to the decreased state of the
market a great portion of the offering did not realise In currency
the gold coal of the name rubrics in the Lyous market.
LOOK AT THE TRICES.
Elegant satin finish black Gros Grains, of the moil renowned
makes, at 91, 91 25. Ifl 50. .?! 75, $1', lf2 50,92 75,
$2; the best value ever offered in America.^
Superb Lyons colored Grot Groins, In all the new and deliralde
shinies for stroot Costumes, at 91 -5 and $1 50. worth
$1 75 und 92.
Choice new styles In fancy Silks, for spring and summer
sails, 05c., 75c. aud !>0c? recent value 87hjC., 91 and 91 25.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
The following arc all new goods, of till* season's importation,
ami comprise tliu latest novelties in the market
LOOK AT THE PRICES.
1 50 pieces,
yard wido, camel's hair Beige, 20c.
250 piece*
Imperial Velour and Diagonals, 25c.
125 pieces
pure Mohair Glaic for suits, very wide, 25c.
150 pieces *
De Beige, in choice spring colorings, 25c.
75 pieces
black and white Castor Cheeks, 25c.
150 pieces
pura Mohair lialerno Cloth. 37'ic.
75 pieces
all wool Damisse Camel's Hair, 50c.
75 pieces
all wool Cantcl's Hair, 1J^ yards wide, 75c., worth $1 50.
BLACK DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
All wool black French Cashmeres, 1 'a yards wido, the
most reliable brand Imported, at 05c., 75c., 85c., $1, $1 10,
$1 15, $1 25; the best value to ho found in this city.
Black English Cashmere, l,b| yards wide, patent blooming
black, can scarcely bo distinguished from tho French. 45c.,
60o. and 60c.
Black Kwpross Cloth, 37,^c., 45c., 50c. and 00c.
Black Henrietta Cloth, 37>i,'e., 45c. and 50c.
Black all wool Tamlse Cloth, 50c.
Black Iron frame Grenadino, 30c., 35c., 40c. and 50c.
Best standard Atnorleun prints, 4>?c., 5c. and 6c.
Best yard wide Porcalcs. Oc.
A visit of inspection respectfully solicited.
JOHN E. KAFGHRAN, i OONKLING A CO.,
F. W. CHI WIS. \ No. 763 Broadway,
W. 11. CONKLING. ) between Hth and 9th its.
AT IT
^ LORD A TAYLOR ^
have now on hand full lines of Guinote, Bollon, Bonnet, Jure
and Girattd.
Rich lainilv Black Silks, all of which are well known as

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