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WHOLE NO. 14.664. ' ' NEW YORK. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1876.?QUADRUPLE SHEET. PRICE FIVE CENTS. For Directory to Advertisements See Financial Page. PKRIOIAL. A N^lf HORNER WIS ilES INFORMATION OF HER xxhusbaml. Anthony Horner, formerly of Manchester. Etir land. Any information regarding linn, whether living or dead. will ba thankfully received by hi* wile, at tha aildrest, S.'O Mouth 5th nr. A" lTw'come hack or communicate with ?me at onca ; everything can be aatlilactorily arranged and no ona know about It. il you coma *oon. C. L. W. A BDRl.KADKK.?MANY. MANY THAN ICS. T~ilAY*E x\ placed your lonr Algerian eucalyptu* in my room and they hare had a wonderful effect on me. My health 1* ra pidly gelling better. bllRA. " fine HEALTHY BOT FOR ADOPTION, TH REK week* old: Americanparent*; fnll surrender. Addre** R., Herald office. AXX ANDHL?W ILL have" your COST cm a ready for the Frepch Ball at Irving Hall, Thursday. Oc tober X! I have engaged box K. ?'",l AL.-TnK .1 EWELLERS OK MAIDEN LANE AND ?John at. will dine to-morrow at Cable'* Belmont Hotel reatamrant. 137 Fulton it. See hotel adrertlaement. "Ball's-welET no disappointment. ar ifyle Shadow Hanaante to-morrow night. MADISON AVENUE. A B RON CHINE. Caokal cross-pretty blond, university >place car yeaterday to Pnnee ?t.: irent oppotite desire* acquaintance. Address, describing hat, Ac., JANUARY, Herald nOce. D~~ ODIR. DAKLINQ?WILL PASS YOUR HOUSE SUN day, 5 P. M.; be at window; am very unhappy and must ?et one glance. L"*" EUOENIK-YOUK SILENCE AND ENIGXA. CALL at loL Send photograph promised. Album verr reciter, che. OLD TRUMP. IPTH AVENUE?OUSSIR HAS RETURNED TOMKS. Oeodrlch. 10R TK lat. For adoption-a healthy boy. months old: also a splendid Boy, 3 yaata. 148 Charlea at., be tween Washington and We*t. T. wouliTlike'TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE ?party who signed himself "A Looker On." Will pay liberally. LORENZO~WILL CALL AT NO. tirt WEST iOTH he will hear of aomethlng to Ills advantage. I """ax at home. " WILL._ IP THE PARTIES WHO TOOK THE HAIR FROM E. L. KKTKLTAS' case, rained ut $50. will return It to 523 Mh sr., they will receive a liberal reward; no que*tiona takod. W. COLTON'S FRIEND WHO OMITTED NAXK ?may addreaa X., Waatfleld, Mn*a. At home ltlth. Lady in blue silk, who noticed gentleman in drag atore, on Broadway, Friday atternoon, would be kind enough to aend her address; state some incident ao there will bono mistake. K. K-. Ilerald office. ARY W ?YOU MUST CONTRIVE TO SEE ME OR receive a letter from me somewhere to-day or to morrow. Y" ATTORNEY WILL MKfcl^8. AT WASHINGTON M M Lsquare, University side. today (Sunday), at 11 o'clock?, to deliver lettera. She can recogniie him hy vellow en velope In hi* hand. ORUBNEPLA. N.-XE FORtiET YOU; BE PATIENT; ALL right soma day; same alway, forever and ever. C. E. 0, u0 A8IS."-LETTER RECEIVED; HAVE BEEN UN well; will write Monday and reciprocate confldence; would greatly desire meeting. Your? "OAKLAND." P" ARTIES WISHING 'TO COMMUNICATE-WITH ME atate where. Addres* X. X. X.. ilerald office. R* Q.?HAVE HAD TWO PERSONAL8 IN THE ?Ilerald: would Ilka you to write to mo, etatlng when and where I can ace you. Address J. P. II., Herald Uptown office. SHAKE HANDS.?THE TEN-MINUTE ENGAGEMENT made on Tuesday afternoon Impossible to meet. Please addreaa PRUDENCE, Heruld Uptown Branch office. STEB.?SAME PLA0E~AND35TH ST., MONDAY. 16TII Inst., at noon. ANTONY*. IDdIeUTlTrOF PHILADELPHIA?COME BACK AT ouce; all will be arranged; your position is still open tor you. ? AITED FROM 3 TO 4 P. M. SATURDAY. PLEASE come Monday, at 11 A. M. "C." w WILLIAM BALLANTYNE. WHOSE MOTHER WAS i lisabeth, daughter of John Forrest, of St. Mnngo's, Dumfriesshire, emigrated to America many years since; any one giving Information concerning him or his heirs will be rewarded for their trouble. Address JUUN T0YVN8 HEND, Bennett Building. New Y'ork. WAS DETAINED T1IUR8DAY AFTER noon; will see you Shadow Dansante, Argyle Rooms, lo morrow night. ? . MMJClOPg NOTlCEk. XisofiiATIOX' "of SPIRITUALISTS, HARVARD /V Rooms. Reservoir Park.?Mr. Antlumy Higgins speaks Sunday at 7>i o'clock; conference st 2!i 1*. M.; til cor iially invited. ATWILLETTST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Rer. J. K. Searles pastor, preaching Sunday at 10J?; at aormon on the Conversion of Saul of Tarsus. At grace chapel, east mth ht., Rev. William T. Egbert. pastor. Services II A. M. and 7 :30 P. M. Seats all free. A" GRAND SUCCESS*!?A M ERICAS TEMPERANCE Union.?Third of the series of meetings, Stein way Ilall, this afternoon, at 3:3f> o'clock. Free to alL Exercises Organ Voluntary, Professor J. A. Fowler. Prayer, Rev. Thomas II ey wood. ot Psterson, N. J. Singing "by choir from Moody A Sankey collection. Lectnre on Aleonoi aud Its efTects upon the human orcnqs. illustrated by models, Ac.,T. S. Lambert, D.D., LL.D., of this city. Kecitation, Mrs. J. E. Parks. Address by Rev. J. Johns, of 34th st. M L. church. Benediction, Rev. Mr. Woodward. J. B. UI1IB3, President Titos. McTagqart, Secretary. T OH1CKERINO HALL. STH AV.. CORNER : 1*TH St.. Union (loinnl services every Sunday; to dsy ltcv. Samuel Colcord will preach at 10:4o A. M.; text, "My Son, Give Me Thine Heart;" Rev. C. H. Harrower 3:30 P.M.; ?inirinir morning and afternoon by Chas. L. linnn nnd choir of 200 singers; seats free: prayer meeting Thursday eveu Inir 304 4th av? near 23d St.; alt invited. jgBOOKLYN TABERNACLE" Rev. T. De Witt Talmaga will preach Sabbnth morning and evening at 10,^ and 7^ o'clocx. ALVARY VjTiURCH, 4TH AVrAND 2I8T ST.?REV. E. A. Washmirn, U, D., rector; services 10>s A. M. and !*? M ; /THUMB- OP THE HOLY TRINITY, MADISON AV. and 42d St.?Honrs of -servleos, 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; Rev. Stephen II. Tynir. Jr., D. D., will preach in the morning: Rev. C. C. Tiffany, rector of Church of the Atone ment. will presch In the evening. (1HURCH <>P THE NEW JERUSALEM (gWEDB% 'borgian). East 35th St.. between 4tli and Lexington sA.. Chauneey Giles, pastor. Services at 11 A. M.: the New Church regards the Kible as an absolutely divine hook, written In a divine stylo, and as much superior to any hook sf merely human composition as a living rasn Is superior to a marble lmsgeT>f a man. HUROfl OP THkTjISOIPLKS. MADISON AV., COR nsr 45th at.. Rev. (leorgo II. Ilepworth.?Morning, "The Opened Heavens;" evening. "How to Make Our Burden* Light;" Sunday school and congregational Bible class at 3. 0' ' Ht'BCiToK" THE"' HEAVENLY REST," 5TII AV., above 45th St., the Rtv. Dr. Rowland, rector.?Services 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. C1HURCH OF THE MESSIAH. H4TH~8T., COItNBE 7 Park ar.?Rev. William R. Alger will preach at 11 A. M, Subject. "The Fading of the Lear nnd the Fading of Man," an autumnal sermon. In the afternoon, from 3 to 4, a Bible class, under the direction of the pastor, will meet in the church. It Is open to all. TALVARY BAPTIST CHURHiTSiD ST.. BETWEEN 75th and tith eve.?Rev. R. S. MacArthur. pastor, preaches morning and evening: baptism administered; strangers cordially Invited. DIL SAMUEL MAXWELL, TRANCE QUAKER MB dinni, lectures lflt? A. M.. 7', P, M? for Soeletv Progres ?ive Spirituslists, tholr hall, 55 West 33d. Children's ly eetim, 2,S P. M. F~ RKE EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE RECONCILIA tlon, No. 242 Kent 31st st ?Services and sermon by the Rev. E. 8. Widdemor. at 10:31) A. M. an I 7 :.'.<) P. M. Sun day school ate) A. M. A cordial weicnnte to all. GRIKNPQINT.-CHUKCH OF THE RECONCILIA. tlon. live blocks from 23d snd Hltli St. ferries. Noble, near Franklin; services morning and evening; Sunday ichool afternoon. HOLY TRINITY CIUEQH. HABLBM.-TBR SECTOR, Rev. Dr. McKim, will officiate. Morning service (It> :3 0 tubject:? "This men rscelveth sinners." Evening (7::*>) lubject"The glory which shall be revealed." Free tents or all at the evening service. R8. LINDsLBY" VVILL HOLD A FLOWER SEANCE, at 1,431 Broaderny, this evening, where spirit voices nay be beard; elrelas every evening through the week, ?oromenclng at 8 o'clock. BOrESsOR PELIX ADLB88, Sunday rooming lectnres on "Ethical Problems" will ?? Inangnrnted at Standard Ilall, No. 1,182 Broadway, cor ner 42d St., this Sunday nyirning (October 15) at 11 a. M. Seats ol subscribers wlllbe reserved; all others interested tre respectfully Invited to attend. " QlV. THOR as s. HASTINGS, D. D.. PASTOR, WILL IVpreiich lu tlid West Presbyterian church, 42d St., he tween 5tb and itth ars.. to-day; srrriees at 10,'i A M. and 7>, P. M.; Saiibaili achool at P. M. SL MARK S Olll Rill. 21) A V AN D 1'iTH h~T., KK V. J. H. Rylance, If. D., rector?Services II A. M. ami 7:4.?I'.M. The rector will preach. , THE &MHT ' REV. WM. STEYKNH PERRY, D. p., lllahnp of Iowa, wl'l preseh the aniiunl sermon before the Snnday School Assoeiatiou of the J*. E. Church at the Church of lite Heavenly ('est. 5fh nr., between 4.*>tii anil 4tltli sts., on Snnday evening. October 15, at 7 ,3'i o'clock. A cordial invitation extended to all interested in church work. EDWARD H. rot.man,CumpamllggMtwmy, TNITY ''HaI'F.L. IIARLKM (MMTH ST. AM) 4TH ) av )?Rev. W. T. Clarke will preach tins morning, on "flte Bottom Pacts," nt II o'clock. wSSt FIFTY third sTRivi T HAPTI8T Clll'RCH.? TT Services Sunday evening, commencing at 7:45 P.M. All aro invited. ?>~| Til si'KEET REFORMED CHURCH, BRTWBBR eyTTStlt-aod ttyi an. ? Rev. Carlos Mnrtyft will preach Sundav. at lOffO A. M. snd at 7 : n P. M. Evening Subject, "The Prayer for Forgiveness." Also a service ot sowgbefore the sermon. c 1)11%' 3 A RmT.s PCAhl'ESi: Orent reduction In prices!!! Just rerelred. :IOO rolls of Tapeatry llrussrls, which we are retailing it #1 per yard. All vury Choice patterns. Furniture! Parlor. Bedroom nad Kitchen Fnrnltnre at eonnlly I trices. All goods w?rr nted as represented. Call and uetne beloro our'haaing elsewhere. D. KKLI.Y, >12 sail 514 8 th av., aorner 3Stb si DRY GOODS. A." H H OO WW N EIU II H O O N M N 8 H H O O N X N ? II H O O N N N E HSDH O O N N N KM II U O O N N N E M H O ONNNK H H OONNNE H OO M NN ~ S2I to 920 6th or., cornor SOlh St., will opoo on Monday, Octabor 16, 'special BARGAIN* lu all departments. Now open, ? NEW DEPARTMENT FOE CLOAKS AND SUITS. To ths workmanship of thee garments wa wtah to call apecinl attention, at thsy ate cut, trimmed and praaaod l>y the best Journeymen tailors, which adds greatly to the shape and lit. Of every style we have Hve sites and over 1U) styles. Rough and plaiu baaver Cloaks, nlealy trimmed. 93 3S, $:t 75 and $W 75. Very tiaesi matarials In rough and plain baarar Mate lease. elegantly trimmed and beautiful designs. 911 WO, $14 U5, 917 5u, 923 OO, 934 :>0, up ta 97 . All great bar gains. Sealskin Sacqnes, English design. 906 to 9350. Special bargains in SUITS. Neatly trimmed Suits. 9-'< 75. 95. 86 75, 99. 813 and 915. Cashmere ami Camel's Hair, in alt the newest shades, elegantly trimmed with silk to match, 92 , 927,95 ' and 932. Basques. Orarsklrts and Polonaises, made from all the new goods, at positive bargains. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAK8 in great variety. UN Di.lt WEAR of every description. French and domestic manufacture, which we will offer at exceedingly low prices. INFANTS' OUTFITS, ready made and to order. Special designs In TRIMMED BOUND HATS AND BONNETS. FRENCH FELT HATS. 1,000doian on rale; price 91 10, in all shades. 500 dosen on sale; price 65 cents, in all ahadaa. FANCV FEATHERS In endless variety. Braided Bandeaux in cardinal, black, myrtle green, brown, Ae..Ac. New fancy Feathers received twice e week, of oar own special importation. BONNET RIBBONS. Closing ont, several lines of fancy Ribbons at 30 cents a yard. SASH KIKBONS. 7-tnch Huh Ribbon*. *11 silk. S3 cent* to 80 ceuta. 8-inch Sash Ribbons, all silk, 85 cent*. Special inducements in *11 our silk stock, as It ?** all pur. chased belotf the advance in silk. VELVETS. 850 pieces oi colored Velvet* at 82 yard; worth$3. 500 pieces of black Velvet, from 81 SO to f 10. Brown, navy bine, bottle green. cardinal, plnra, garnet and all the newest shades, manufactured expressly for us. LACE GOODS. French Lace, Guipure Lace Cschemlre Lace. Thread Lace, Tak Lace. Special attention given to made-np Lace Goods. Children's Laces and Velvet Caps a specialty. Lace Huntings in endless vsriety. Have just received a magnificent stock of English, French and German It H OOO SSS II REE KRR Y Y II U O O B IIE R R Y Y IIHII1I O O SSS II KEE RRRR YY 1IHOO SIIK K K Y II 11 OOO . SSS II KEE K R Y for ladles, gentlomen and children. In wool, eotton and merino, nil the newest styles. Misses' merino liose at a reduction ot HO per cent, $2 75 to $4 per dosen. Gentlemen's merino Vests reduced from B5e. to 49e. Gentlemen's merino Drawers reduced from 85c. to 40e. A lull line ol Cartwright A Warren's and alt the leading brands of Hue WRRINO UNDERWEAR. Gentlemen's linen Collars and CuflW KID GLOVER. 1,000 dosen 2-butfons, 91c. 600 dosen U-bntton*. 81 08. All warranted?all the new shades. ? LADIES' TIES, latest novelties. N. 3.?Reduction to the trade. H. O'NEILL A CO.. 321 to 3?w 8th aw., corner of 20th si. A b?B L 00 00 MM MM BBS BBL OOOOM.VNMSS BBL O OO ommmms BBL O OO 0MMMM8 BBB L O OO O M MM M SSS BBL OOOOMNMM S BBL.OOOOMNSM 8 BBL OOOOMNNMI S BBB LLLL OO 00 M M M SSS 338 BOWEKY. 3IO Between Bond and Great Jones its., one block esst of Broadway. AMERICAN FELT HATS, all shapes. 25c., 40c., 50c.. 00c., 75c. ' ENGLISH ROl'ND HAT.-, all sbspes and styles, 88a. to fl 10. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S FELT IIATS, in whlto. pesrl nndclnth ehndee. BLACK SILK VELVET HATS AND BONNETS, superb quality 82 SO 83 and 83 No. LAlWkS' AND CHILDREN'S elegantly TRIMMED ? low flgll HATS AND BONNETS at exceedingly low figures. SOME CHOICE IMPORTED ROUND HATS AND BONNETS very reasonable. Ladies' own material mads up, copied from imported de signs in two hour*' notice. FANCY FEATHERS in endless variety. OSTRICH PLUMES and TIPS all shades and quality. IfNOS a OSTRICH AND COQUK FEATHER TRIMMINGS and BANDS. Magnificsnt assortment of Parisian Hats, composed en. tlrely of <?> ? 7 IM PI AN AND CUQUK FEATHERS. T FEATHERS. BUCKLES, 8TEF.L NII.LE BINDINGS AND CORDS, PLUSHES, VEL VETS. RIBBONS. FLOWERS. AC. -? DRESS TRIMMINOS. BLACK SILK CHENILLE. TAPE AND TA88KL FRI NOES from, two to six inches In depth. IMI'OKTKJt SILK FRINGES, 25c.. Joe.. 62c., 75e.. SOe., 94c., 81 to ??" per yard. CHENILLE SILK and.Mohair Gallons amf Braids, la black and all faahionalde cloth anades and wldlhi. I'.tssr MKNTE RIKS. in now and n vel de>igns. BUTTONS AND TAsSELS oT evsrv description. Klsgant Trimmings for erening dreaie* and opera cloaks. WORSTED DRESS AND CLOAK Fringes, all shades. BI.ACK AND COLORED HERCULES AND TITAN BRAIDS.. FUR AND FEATHER TRIMMINGS, the cheapest and largs.t flsaorimsiil in tlie city. BLACK GUIPURE LACES. FINEST FRENCH AND GERMAN GUIPURE, at halt former prices. c I'll I BLAt K miANTtI.LV THRU VD LACE. In new designs. POINT APPLIQUE. VALENCIENNES end TIKCIIOU Lares SPANISH. BLONDK AND WOVEN THREAD LACE8. -? MADE UP LACK GOODS F1CHU8, in POLONAISE, OVERDKRSM, JACKETS. RUt lll.NGS. COLLAKEiThS, TIES, J A HOTS, HEADDRESSES. INFANTS' CAPB. Ac., at our well known # <$> | POPULAR PRICES. | * .$> LADIES' CHILDREN'S and INFANTS* J COMPLETE outfits] UK ST MATERIAL A SO WORKMANSHIP GUARAN TEED. PRICKS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES I | BLOOMS'. | | ^ 4>??- & <& 338 BOW K KIT. 340. Between Bond and Oreat Jnnn ?K. GKRAT REDUCTION IN ROOTS AND SHOES f AT KKOOKfl'. T Ladles' Pne Button Hoods, A I, $:i ,Vi. $4 and SAt Ladies', treiitleinen's anil children's Boots and Shoes, ilia beat niadn In lbs citv, at lower nrleas lhaii any other house. Miaaaa' and children* Mutton Boot*. $2 and $2 30. Boys' flue call II in ton and lion areas Boots, cheap. Ordered work, handsome and easy fits, a | Boys', misses' and childrsns' T V ' | school Slums, cheap. ? <5, | BROOKS' PATENT CORK i I HOLE HOOTS AND SIIOK8. | Recommended I y all Physicians, The highest award. Held Medal and Diploma, awarded at the (treat Centennial Exhibition. 1,190 Broadway, corner IMk sk a DRY GOODS. , B * ca JOHNSON BROTHERS k CO., CHIOS SQUARE. WE HNAE J 1ST OPENED 350 cases of end rich Roads, which ws will offer on Mondsy sad daring the week at Tory attractive prices. TRIMMED HATS, at f7, $8 50, SO 50. $10, <13, $14, ?1S and tl$L TRIMMED BONNETS, at $10, $12. $15, $19, $22 and $35. FRENCH KELT HATS, IN ALL THE LEADING STYLES, ? sdnced (Tom $3 to $1 76. 500 dor an of tbo very finest domestic Felt Hate and Bon* nets, all aow shapes and all shades of eolor. at 85e. and $!? 1,250 cart oat of FEATHERS, comprising Ostrich Flames. W1.low Feathers, Tips and Pen pons, in all tbo now ahsdoa, from 50c. a bnach and upward. Bonded coqao, baadoanx and Crown Pieces, all colors. Peacock, Mearle Impean and coqao breasts. Birds sad Wings of every stylo. Ostrich, peacook and ooque Feather Bands, la all oelers, (Tom SOe. per yard np. FLOWERS. . A large assortment of fine French Flowers, in handsome montonrs, roses and buds, Ac., .to. RIBBONS. A largo assortment of Sash and Trimming Ribbons, In all the new shades, at 15c., 20c., 25c., 38c. and 50c. per yard. 7 inch, all silk. Bash Ribbon, SOc. per yard and upward. SILK "VELVETS. A large stock of black and colored Silk Velvets, purchased before tbo great advance in silk, and still sold at last year's prices. Note price list. 91 50, 91 75,93, 93 25, 92 38. 92 50, 93 75, 93, $3 50 and 94 per yard. 37 loch Cloaking Velvet at 93 50 par yard. Extra quality, 94 50 and 95 par yard. BLACK AND COLORED BILKS. Black Droit Silks, of the celebrated makee of Ponion, Bon net, Tapluiere and Onlnet. Ballon Silks, 91 25, 91 50, 91 75, 92 and 92 35, Vary tna Cashmere Dnrone at 92, 92 25, 93 50 and 92 75 per yard. Colored Trimming Bilki in all desirable shades, 91 35 par yard and upward. DRESS TRIMMINGS. Jest received, a large assortment ot fine Fringes, Passe menteries, Galloons. Moss and Drop Trimmings. Oirdies, Buttons, Ac. i also Mohair, Diamond, Basket and Titian Braids, in all widths and shades. Sawing Silts and Notions or every description, LACES AND~EMBROIDERIES. Black Thread, Onlpnre and Vak Laces reduced below gold cost. An elegant assortment of Lace Scarfs, Spanish Ual pare and Cashmere, from 91 25 upward. 4,500 pieces of fine Hamburg Embroideries (a Job lot) jnst opened, at prices lower than elsawhera, fine styles, > inches, at 20c. per yard and upward. HANDKKKCHIEFS. Gents' fine Initial Handkerchiefs, all linen, large stse, 38c.; worth 55e. Gents' extra fine.all linen, hemmed, 38c.; worth OOe. SOOdoten ladles' 2 and 2k inch hemstitched handker chiefs at 25c. each. This is the best handkerchief sold in the city for the price. Bilk Handkerchiefs, colored border, 25c. and upward. Ladies' end gents' colored M timers, in great variety, from 75s. to 95. Lace Tidies In full sets at very low prices. HOSIERY. Ladies' Merino Vests and Drawers, 50e., worth 75c. Ladles' Merino Vests and Drawers. 65c., worth 91. Ladies' Merino Vests and Drawers. 85c., worth 91 25. Ladies' Merino Vests and Drawers, regular made, 91 23. Misses' and Boy's Merino Vests and Drawers, 38c. and 50c. Men's heavy Merino Vests aud Drawers, 50c., worth 85a. Men's heavy Merino Vests aud Drawers. 75c., worth 91. Men's heavy Merino Vests and Drawers, regular made, 91 50. Gentlemen's English Merino Half nose, 50c., worth 75c. 500 dosea English Cotton Half Hose at 93 per dosea, worth 94 25. Ladies'Fleeoed Hose, extra heavy and extra long, 43a., worth flue. Ladles' iron frame Cotton llose, 33c. Cartwright A Warner's Merino Underwear for ladies, gen tlemen and children. GLOVES. COURVOIStEll'S KID GLOVES. The Dauutless two-button Kid Glove, the best in the city for the price, 91 per pair; every pair warranted. A large assortment of.Cloth Gloves, for ladles, gentlemen and misses, at 2Se. per pair and upward. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. We have made large additions to onr stock In this depart ment and are offering great bargains. Chemise, corded bands, flOc. each. Chemise, three rows of Insertion, 75e. each. Chemise, three rows of Insertion, ruffle end tack, 75c. ?aeh. Chemise, tncked yoke back and front, with edging and In sertlons, 91, 91 25, 91 50, 92 and 92 50 each. Drawers, einster tacks, 50. per pair. Nightgowns, tncked yoke uark and front, 91. Nightgowns, tucked yoke, with edge, $1 2u. Felt Skirts. In all nsw shades and styles, 91. Iufsnts' Robes, from 91 75 to S|5. Intents' Merino Cloaks, from 95 to$25. Pnuisr*. all new shades, 50a. and upward. Corsets, In every style, 7.">e. to 90. FANCY WOODS. Fans. Hair Brushes, Dressing Combs, Back Combs; Orna ments for the Heir, in gilt, stoel and shell; Blue Sets, Sets, Earrings, Pendants, and new styles in Ivory Steel Beits, fietchtli. Portemonnsies and Purses, Ac., Ac. JOHNSON BROS. A CO., 3t and 30 East 14th tL, Union samara. DRY OOtiDki A._ 8TB K.N BROTHERS, SIXTH AVENUE AND TWENTY-THIRD STREET. SIXTH AVENUE AND TWENTY-THIRD STREET. ATTRACTIVE bargains this week In onr MILLINERY DEPARTMENTS. Large line* or new FRENCH AND AMERICAN FELT HATS AND BONNETS. In all the Intuit and moit desirable it) lei and colon, GREATLY REDUCED PRICKS. 30 CASES FINEST FUR FELT HATS. REDUCED FROM $1 OS TO 75C. AM IMMENSE ASSORTm"kNT TO SELECT FROM 580. UPWARD. SILK VELVET BONNETS IN GREAT VARIETY. FEATHERS AND FLOWERS. The largest aaiortment In the city of FANCY FEATHERS, CORONETS, FANCY BREASTS, BANDEAUX, WINGS AND BIRDS. COQUE PLUMES. OSTRICH, COQUE AND PEACOCK FEATHER TRIMMINGS, at EXTREMELY LOW PRICKS. FINEST FRENCH FLOWERS. In any ityle to order at abort notloa. A magnificent selection of PAKIS STEEL ORNAMENTS, filidei. Uncklei, Ornaments and Pint BONNET AND SASH RIBBONS. OROS ORAIN RIBBONS. FINEST SATIN FACE RIBBONS, in all width* tad colon. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. BASH RIBBON8, in all width* and colon. BONNET AND TRIMMING VELVETS. 9U0 piece* BLACK. SILK VELVETS at $1 7S, $1 08, $3 21, ?2 48, 92 73. 390 place* COLORED SILK VELVETS. Myrtlea,marlnaa, seal browns, cardinals, prunes, so., GKKATLV CHEAPER THAN LAST WINTER'S PRICES. OROS GRAIN SILKS. MILLINERY SILKS, CREPE DC CHINES, OROS DE SUEZ, an Immense stock In tbe most desirable shades at OLD PRICES. BLACK AND COLORED SATINS. splendid qualities, from 83c. upward. BLACK CLOAKINO VELVETS, full 28 Inches wide, at $3 50, M, $4 M. POSITIVELY CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE OF FEKED On the second floor of 8^7 GTH AVEVUK 867 an elegant end choice assortment of PARIS. BERLIN AND OUR OWN MAKB LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, DOLMANS AND KACQUKS, ol all wool, bearer, matelasse aud basket Cloths, in all sites, stvles and qualities, ranging from $0 upward. We beg to call tba particular attention of ladies to tbe abore line of Cloaks, as we are confident that for quality of material, styles, general finish and exceedingly low prices they will be found far BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN ANT OTHER IN THE CITY. CHILDREN! ^OAKS^ VARIOUS STYLES. MADE UP LACE GOODS. ^ A magnificent assortment or PARIS AND OUR OWN MAKE. NOVELTIES IN LACE JACKETS, CREPE DU CHIEN, SILK AND XATELAB8E CAt'ES, KICHUES, FANCY TIES, JABOT, COLLARETTES, BIBS. APRONS, TOILET SKTS, COVERS, BAKHS, and many other novelties. OLR OWN DESIGNS AND MANUFACTURE. LARGE LINE RUFFLING*. satin p.n cushions. ? SATIN TOILET BOXES, CHILDREN'S CAPS. POSITIVELY LOWER THAN ANY OTUKR HOUSE. SIERN BROTHERS, sAth avenue and l!Jd street. R. H. MACY A CO., MaOY'S. 14TH 8T. AND 6TH AV. MACY'S. GRAND CENTRAL FANCY AND MACY'S.* DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. MACY'S. WE HAVE ENLARGED our establishment, MACY'S* added new departinenta. and are manufacturing MaCY'S. Fall and Winter Suits and Cloake for ladles and M VCY'S. misses to order, from our own materials or ma MVCY'S. ? MACV'S. terlal furnished by themselves. MACV'S. MACV'S. MACV'S. MACV'S. ? \1 VCY'S ? ? MACY'S. OUR MILLINERY MANUFACTURING and MACY's! DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENTS ARE MACY'S: PLACED BEFORE THE PUBLIC AT OUR MAC VS.* USUAL POPULAR PRICES, AND NO KXER MACV S. TION WILL HE SPARED to GAIN FOR MAC\;W TIIfcM THE SAME FAVORABLE ESTIMA MACV'S. TION WHICH OUR OTHER DEPARTMENTS MACY'S. MACV'S. ARE RECEIVING. macv;s. MACV'S.' ON THE FIR.-.T FLOOR ARK OUR MACY'S. LACBs. EMHROIDKKIKS AND LINEN MACY'S. HANDKERCHIEFS, RIBBONS, Flower., MACY'if. Feather.. Hal., and Millinery Goods of every MACY'S. description. 'lie.. Toilet Articles, Small MACV'S. War#., Trimming.. White Goods. Honae MAtiV'S. keeping Goods, Worsteds, Albums, Books MACV'S. and Stationery, Paa?e Partoute, Hrunaea, MACV'S. Fancv Good., Silver and Plated W are, Hon MACY'S. boil Hnfea; Laities', Mi.se*' and Children a MACV'S. Hoot., tStlOKS, SLIPPERS and Overdoes; MACY'S. " ' ' "? '? MACY'S. m acy s. toy's,"drills, dogls' articles, confec MACV'S. TIONEKV und KODA AI.o MACY'S OUR NEW DI.PARI MEN T. MACY'S." BLACK DRESS SILKS, MAt V x MERINOS AND* VELVETS MACY'S! AT VhRY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. MaCY's! LA F0ROE TWO-BUTTON KID GLOVES, MACY'S. OS cent., warranted. macy s! ON THE SECOND FLOOR. A FULL AND MaOY'S. DESIRABLE STOCK OF LADIES' AND MACY'S. MISSES' UNDERCLOTHING. Cor?ets, Pan MACV'S. iere, Ac. MACV'S ? MACY'S. Also MACY'S- M?. MACY'S. BOYh' CLOTHING MACV'e! In fall and winter Sulta, uneurpa??ed In style. MACY'S. assortment, quality and price, adjoining our MACV'S. NEW cCIT ROOMS. macys. ?? MACV's! ON THE LOWER FLOOR. CHINA AND M AOV'S. Houiefiirnl.hlng DEI'ARTM F.NTS, crowded with MACY'R new and oe.lrat.le Good, at popular pricea. Important to thk ladies -hand-sewed 1 Guilt.. Inspection eolicited. Making a specialty of and lia. dllug large quautiliea of quilt, hot o tin ported and our own manufacture. we are enaoied to offer a superior article at unprecedento lly low price*. W e .olielt an examination ol our Qnllta in silk*, aatine, Turkiah red. merino, detainee calico, and other material*. A large assortment of Cradle and Crib yollta alwaya In atock. F. HAINES * CO., Id Baal Mtli at. near bib ar.. Haw kork. JXVOIN, rl ' FE?rN, DLII I OHO '??" _ ... y , Oentlrro??irn Kuril i?h in ir Good*; Otntlemen'i. Lmliph', Voutbi' fin<1 Children1! Hosiery end DRY GOODS. A. RRE MM MM EKEB A RRR EKES Bi M R E M N N M E AA K R K B B R R kl.MMME AA K R K B R R M M M M K . A A K R B $ KRR M MM M EES A A URB EES m IS R R M.N M M E AAA A R R B 8 R R M NM M B A AR R R $ R R MNNMK A AR R ? a a R t# E X M EEKE A A & R BUS $i IS 6th av. Bud 19th it. OPES!NO MOMDAT MORNINO. Addition*! attractions la oar Costnme and Outlining Dspartmsnt. Wo oro making; constant addilioai to oar (took of SUITS, CLOAKS AND OVERGARMENTS and*rendering this atoek oo attract!ro at to make It to tho internal of oil to mako on inapoction of ear geod* before purchasing. WE HAVE NOW ON EXHIBITION f 3**1 kkadymade SILK COSTUMES, <t> all got op in tho moat artlatie manner in new and faaltionablo designs, work and materiala all flrat elaaa, and which wo offer at the following low pricea, irrespective of the great advance in alike. Verv stylish black silk Costumes, of drat claaa Lyons sllea, $05. $09, $73, $79, $S?. Elevent black silk Costumes. of dnest Lyons alike, in ele gant designs, $9>, $1UU, $125. #143. Superb black silk Costnme*, ol real Bonnet tilk, trimmed with all silk brocaded velvet, very stylish and the newest designs, $ 143, $175, #195. Colored gros grain silk Costumes, made In the most fash ionable manner, elrgviiily trimmed and beautiful dtslgua, $39, $63, $0S, $75, $SS. Very elaborate onlornd gros silk Costumes, trimmed with rich brocaded velvets in browns, navy blues, myrtle, Ac., at $145, $163, $175, #193. Verv lisndsomo silk trimmed black and eolorod Cash meres' at $99. $33. $35, $39, $t5. Verv stylish camels' hair Costumes, trimmed elaborately with velvet. $35, 39. $45, $49. Stylish silk trimmed tergo Suits, $22, $25, $28. Groet variety of worstod Suits, $10 to $20. Camels' hair Basques and Polonaises. $7, $9, $10 75, $12. Tycoon rep Wrappers. $2 75. $3 95 and $3 25 Empress cloth w rappers, with satin rube front, at $5, $5 75 to $9 5U WK WILL MAKR TO Olli-ER ANY Of THE ABOVE COSTUMES AT PRICKS OUOTKD; PIKBT CLASS WORK A.M> PERFECT KIT OUARANTKEO. A drat class litter and designer is In constant attendance to fit end execute all orders. CLOAKS. DOLMANS. 8ACQUB9, 40. LAlii.E AND FIRST CLASS ASSORTMENT. lot cloth Sacquea, trimmed with braid or lilk, at 94 50, $5 50. $tl, $7, fi. Extra long silk or fur trimmed bearer Sacquea at $10. $ln :>o. f 11, #12. Flue all wool plain black or chinchilla bearer Cloaka, trimmed with aiik or fnr, $12, $13. $t4, $13. Extra lino French beaver Cloaks, trimmed with fnr or henry pro. grain silk, SIS, #20, $23, $25. Flhe French Imported Mntelaasecloth Cloaka. "extralong." trimmed very elaborately with gros grain aiik and fnr or proa ?cram silk and handsome twist tassel trin(e, $30, $33, $38, Bin. #43 and #30. 11 LACK MATKLAHHK SILK BACQUES, QUILTKD LIN ING. TKIMMED WITH UKAY HyUIRREL FUB AND CROCHET ORN AMENTS, #30. EXTRA HEAVY BLACK UROS GRAIN SILK SAlQL'KB, TRIMMED WITH HANDSOMB TAHsKL FRINGE. CROCHET OBNAMENTS AND QUILTED LINING, $40. Very rich satin flnlslied heary irros (rain silk S sequel, lined throughout with lur and ulcaljr trimoiod, $65. WE Hit ALL EXHIBIT ON MONDAY (IN OUR NEW MILLINERY KOGMH) A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT OF Trimmed Rottnd flats and Honneta (fully 3i*) to select from), all at lowar prices than first class ponds hare been ret offered at. New atyllah Trimmed Hats. $12, $13. $18, $22, equal in styla to thosa usually told at $20 to $40. Franeh and American felt Hats. In all tha aawaat ahapaa . and colors, at rcry low rates. Elegant stock or novelties in coinnlele Hat Triu.relnfts, Breasts, Wlntrs, Tips, Ae., and all kmda of Bnckles and otbor Hat Ornaments. Blaca and enlored Bonnet Velreta (our own importation), all the new colors to match any shod*. Cheapest ftoods In this city. We nlfer all colors and very Hue quality at $2 30 and $2 75 and $3 per yard. WE ARE NOW OFFERING AN UNEQUALLED ASSORTMENT OF llOSIBRk, IN NEW F.ST STYLES AND COLORIXOS, s i wool and merino Underwear, and full line ol our popular 07c. Kid Glorea BLACK AND COLORED hILKB AND DRR88 GOODS, HOUSEKEEPING AND DOMESTIC GOODS, LADIES', MISSES' AND^juLDRBN'S UNDERWEAR. GREAT BARGAINS IN BONNET and SASH RIBBONS. Noraltlea In Ruffling*. Rows. Scarf Tlea and all kind* ol made np l.ace Good a Infants' and Childrea'i Lace Capa I To all of which we direct your special attention and invite an examination. RICHARD ME ARES, 8ih av. and HMh et. J^T JAMES M'CREERY 4 C'O.'S, L idwnv and Uth it Having made large additions daring the pact week te our already full stock of Ladles' Bulls. Pol on al sea, Cloaks, Dolmans, Wraps. Ac., 4c., wa arc prepared to exhibit en MONDAY, October IS, an endlesa variety of tbeae garments, both In materials and qnalllr, of the latest (tylee. In Im ported goods, and alio ol our own mannfaetnra. Onr cloak and dressmaking department! baring been greatly enlarged we are enabled to Oil all orders promptly and in iho must artistic manner. Mourning order* a specialty. In onr millinery department will be found all the newest design* In French Pattern Bonnata and Fina Millinery goods of every description. Flowers, feather*. Ribbons, Ae. Fura! Furs I Fnrs! Real skin Sacquaa, all alien, Far-lined silk Sacques. Far lined Ktclllienae Sacqnes, F ur-IIned Wrapt, Ae. Seal Muffs, Boaa and Capa, Russian >abl* Muffs and Hoax Silver Fox Muffs and Boaa. Bine Fox Muffs and Boas. eea Otter Muffs and Boat, Chinchilla Mnfft and Boaa. Fine Mink Maffs and Boas, and all other desirable Kara. fomethlng entirely new in Trimming Furs, of onr own importation. "* * JAMES-]M'CREERY A CO.'S, Broadway and Uth it.. Great bargaini in Housekeeping goods. We will contlone on MONDAY, October 16, onr great aaia of a large linen Importer'* stock of Frenrh, Scotch and Irish Damasks and other linen goods, which wa are enabled to offer at a redaction at 25 per cent on cost ol importation. A larg* and elegant stock of l.ace Cnrtalns at popular price* Counterpanes, white and colsred. In all ilaaa, from $1 30 npward. Wool Rlaaketi, from $2 upward. Mlasloa Mill*. California and Mexican Fleer* Blankets, at a redaction of 40 per cant. Foreign and domestic Flannels, in great variety, at late thaa cost of production. ^T JAMES M'CRF.KRY A OO.'S, Broadway and 11th at. Cloths and Clockings, We will offer on MONDAY, October 18, a full sod elegant assortment of Mstelasse Cloaking* In all th* Paris and Berlin nure'tlea. Seal akin and otbar Clockings In great variety. A fnl assortment of English and American Waterproofs, ia green, blue and brown. Foreign and domestic Cloths and t.'assinierea, in nil the new fall and winter styles, al vary attractive prices. SMlfiPn PA ITKK.N BAZAAR, 16 MART MTU si" near 5th av ?Grand display ot Imported Fashions, sa ? perb Fall costumes. Ladies Polonaises, Ovsraairta, Cloaks, A.-.; large variety children's i'o*tnmea: Patterns, with cloth models, aow ready. Cutting and baetlag a specialty. DRY GOODS A. EIRE R H BBS 11 CO ? H BBS ' n E li 11 H R 11 0 0 11 U 8 8 ' E H H K K 11 c If n ? I E H 11 K R 11 c H ii B KEE ininii KKR 11 0 H 1111II BBB E ii H K R 11 0 H ii 8 B ii II K R 11 c H a 8 i# E ii II K K u 0 c H ii 8 1 as mi u U B R 11 cc H H 888 ? 2S7 EIGHTH AVENUB, 788 NEAR TWENTY KOOBTH STREET, win display on MONDAY NEW NOVELTIES AND NEW BARGAINS, IN ALL OCR VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. LADIES' SUITS AND CLOAKS. handsome suits. w?ii m?d?. At $4 73, f.) 75. fS To, 99 50 and uoward. ELKO ANT CASHMERE SiTt-S, silk trlmmad. in tdaclt and uew cloth made*, $19, $J4 50 And 92?. ELEGANT SILK SUITS at 910. 945 And $50. EXTRA SINK iiLACK SILK SUITS At 9(45. 995 aa4 ? 10O. All fully from 925 to 94o under Broadway or Oth A*, prices for interior made goods. ELEHANT SWISS. LACK AND OROANDIE Bait* And Overskirts And Bosque* at exceedingly low price* LACE SUITS, of Any style, to order. At A few hours' no Tire. PERFECT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED in erere instance. <S> Cl.OAKs roll LADIES AND MISSES. -4 ROYAL BKAVKlt CLOAKS At 93. 92 50 And upward. HANDSOMELY TRIMMED CLOAKS $5. 90. 97. EXTRA HANDSOME UAKMKNTS At $12, $15,918 And upward to 95(4 each. MISSES' CLOAKS troro 9-1 to 915 each. WATERPROOF CLOAKS?An entire now line, ? of superb finish and style, at rerj attractivo prices. 100 WATERPROOF CLOAKS. last season's goods, to be cleared out at a grout sacrifice. SEALSKIN SACQUKS, elegant goods, from 975 npward. " DRESS GOODS. | 100 PIECES DOUBLE WIDTH LUPIN'S CASHMRRM At 7hc.; real value, 91. 100 PIECES EXTRA QUALITY At 9?e.; worth fall? $1 20. . 50 PIECES MYRTLE. NAVY AND SEAL MBOWM Cashmere, extra quality, at Hoc. per yard. 50 PIECES ALL-WOOL CAMELS HAIR, superior qual ity, at 45c. PANCY DRESS GOODS at 12>^a, 15a, 17a, 25a, and upward. 50 PIECES BLACK BIlK, At $1 50; worth fully $1 85. 50 PIECES BLACK SILK, at 9l 75; worth fullr $2 25. 100 PIECES EXTRA QUALITY. At 92. 92 25 andS2 50; all under raluo. T V EEEE L V~ V EEEE TTTTT SSN V V K L'VVE T SB V V K . L V V 14 TS V V B L V V E fB V V KEK L V V KEE T SSf VVK L VVE T 9 VV B L VV E T B VV K L VV K T B ft V EEEE LLLL V EBES T 888 <? BLACK SILK CLOAKING VELVET, lully 27 lachas wide, at 93 60, 91 25, 94 75, and upward. BLACK SILK VELVET, lull 22 inches wide, suitable fo? skirts. At 93 23; fully worth SO. TRIMMING SILK VELVETS, at 91 50. 91 75, $2, and upward. MILLINERY DM'AKTMKMT, ELEGANTLY TRIMMED BONNETS, in endless variety, at prices that astonish as well as please. HANDSOME BONNETS; fine $3 50 to $8 each. VERY HANDSOME BONNETS, at $7. and $10. OUR SHOW ROOMS, ON~SKCOND FLOOR, ARE THR THE LAROEST. AND OUR ASSORTMENT THE MOST COMPLETE. IN THE CITY! a caYiL or inspectiojTsolicited. HO UROINO OR ASKInITtO PURCHASE. FRENCH FELT II \TS. all the latest shapes and eolorti, at 85c.; sold everywhere at SI to. REST QUALITY FRENCH FELT HATS, at ?! 10; soli elsewhere at SI SO. AMERICAN AND WOOL FELT HATS, all shapes a?? eolors, at 25c., 37c. and 50c. each. 50 DOZEN FINK BLACK STRAW HATS, clearing oat at 37a and 50c. each; furuer price SI. BOYS' KELT HATS, handsomely trimmed and finished, at 55a, 50a, Via and SI each. <J> ? i fancy feathers. ^ NEW NOVELTIES OPENING DAILT. FULL ASSORTMENT OF BANDEAUX, In all eolersy Crowns, Pinnies. Wings, WHIowe. Ac.. .kev *f FINE FLOWERS, in endless variety. BRIDAL WREATHS and TRIM MINOS a specialty. ? RIBBON'S. I 50 CARTONS FANCY RIBBONS; NEW SHADES, ? 80c., worth 50a Bargain* in Hash Rlhbnne. MILLINERY and TRIMMING SILKS, all colore. BLACK and COLORED SILK Velvets and Velveteen* SILK LACES. Nets Ac., Ac. New Chenille Trimmings, >?" millinery uee. HLACK ENGLISH CREl'BS, from 75c. to Riper yard. MILLINERS AND HToREKKil'EKS will Dn<t our sto-k one ol the best and most complete to seleet trom'aud our prices much below downtown Jobbers' prices. TRIM MINUS AND FKINOKS. The latest novelties in FINE FRINOES AND PASSEMENTERIES, UALOON.N AND MORS TRIMMINGS, FANCY BRAIDS, AO., AO. WORSTED FRINGES, new CLOTH SHADES AND STYLUS, received daily, el 18c.. 25a, 35a and oOc. per ' 50 PIECES HEAVY SILK TASSEL FRINGE, at 30a, worth 75a EXTRA HEAVY FRINGE AT ?1. worth ft 25. ELEGANT FRINGE AT $1 M, $1 75. $2 and f9 38 P"(T'TTONS IN EVERY STYLE AND COLOR. Fnr Trimmings, the largest and beet assortment In tha city, ell our own cutting, at less than any other hoaaa REDUCTION To DilESSMAK8RS. m HOSIERY AMD MERINO UNDERWEAR. | IlfjtEN.SK ASSORTMrut. ALL THE MOST FAVORITE MAKML LADIES' ENULISH STRIPED HOSE, regular made, at 45c. and 50c. LADIKs' EMBROIDERED HOSE, nt HOe. and upward. LADIES' BALDRIuUAN HOSE, at 88a per pair, worth '^L A DIES' PLAIN CASHMERE HOSE, ell new eotora, at 40a and up. LADIES' STRIPED CASHMERE IIOSB, regular made, at ROr. and op. CHILDREN'S STRIPED MERINO HOSE, REOULAD MADE, at 30c.. worth 50c. 323 lioZhN LADIKS' KINh MERINO VESTS. HIGH NECK AND LONG SLEEVES, AT 50a: worth 73a 00 DOZEN LADIES' VESTS AT 40c ; worth 00a 150 dozen gent s heavy merino shirts at 50e.: worth 75c loo DOZK> GENT'S SCARLET WOOL 8UIBTS AMD DRAWERS at 81 .Ml; worth 82 23. TOGETHER WITH A FULL LINK OF FINE MERINO UNDERWEAR OF ALL THE BEST MAKES, FOR LA DIES. GENTS AMD CHILDREN, AT EXCKEDINOLT LOW PRICKS. GENIUS CARDIGAN JACKETS at 73a, R1 aad R1 30 and up. ALSO GREAT INDUCEMENTS IN ALL OUR OTHER DEPARTMENTS OF LADIES' AND MISSES' UNDERWEAR. INFANTS' COM PLF.Tr. OUTFITS, REAL LACKS EMBROIDERIES. CORSETS, AC., AC. MADE UP LACK GOODS A SPECIAL FEATURE OF OUR ESTABLISHMENT NEW NOVELTIES EXHIBITED DAILY. SPECIAL STYLES TO ORDKR AT SHORT NOTTOE. GLOVE DEPARTMENT. ULL LINE OF THE EMKlCIt KID GLOVES. IN ALL TUB NEW CLOTH nUADES. THESE GLOVKS ARK MANUFACTURED EX PRESSLY FOR US. TUB KID IS VERY SOFT AMD ELASTIC. TilK SHAPE AND FINISH SUPERS. OUR PATRONS HAVING WORN THEM. INVARIA BLY RECOMMEND THEM TO THEIR FRIENDS. ?J BUTTON, $1 20. 3-HUTTON #1 35. 1,000 DOZEN UNDRESSED KID GLOVES at aa Immense bargain. REST QUALITY 2 BUTTON, SOa per pair; worth ft. BEST QUALITY 3 BUTTON, ?2e. per pairs worth S> 25. BEST QUALITY 4-BUTTON, 73e. per pair; worth SI ".ALSO A LOT OF 2 BUTTON UNDRESSED KID GLoVKS at 25a per pale. I? RICHS', 2S7 ST II AVENUE, SSS BETWEEN 24TII AND 2STn 8TS. Far Other Dry Good* AdrertlwatesU try Uomls Adrertl ?lileesth Page.