THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 14,678. NEW YORK. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1876.?QUADRUPLE SHEET. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
f?or Directory to Advertisements
See Financial Page.
"T>?"M8.-aSNTLEMAN~K?lOM WEST HTtl ST.
.rxwiities to heir from you. Address MACDOUGAL
I blown Branch. P'*??e send immediately. INQUIRER,
ARTHUR MOFFAT LEFT HOME OCTOBER 8 AND
has Dot been heard from since. Any Information will
he thankmllv receired bjr hit wife. Address Mrs. A. M.,
box 188 Herald office.
LETTER I.N P. O. IN REPLY TO C11A8. MASON
AL.-TI1E JEWELLERS OK MAIDEN LANE AND
?John st. will dine to-morrow at Cable's Belmont Hotel,
137 Fnlton su See Hotel advertisement.
BRKM8EN. TU.?PLEASE TO-DAY, UNION SQUARE
Hotel, 13 O'clock or 8 o'clock K very Rnportant.
?STUTTGART?IF DR. H?? HaB RETURNED
?from Germanr Mist T. would be happy to aee him when
he comes to New York. Address Miss T N, Post office.
(CAROLINE HILTON-PLEASE SEND PRESENT All
./dress to 4,338.
LOWELL CAN KIND CLARA HARRISON
?st., same place, to-night.
E.-I WILL OHBY YOU. DARLING. ADDRESS C.,
box 188 Herald Uptown Branch office.
EAR NED-MEET MK TUESDAY MORNING, 10:30.
Stewart's, as last. Must see you. LOUISE.
A. M.-I GOT TO 14TH ST. TOO LATE 8ATUK
?day; am sorry. Address T. N., box 13'J llerald office.
D.-MONDAY, SURE; RAIN OR BHiSR KdT"
I3ZRA-I RECEIVED THE PARISIAN DIAMOND
lilting which you bought at Humphry's lor me. i'lie mis
take was ralue. JENNIE.
Fulton KERRY stage idown towni, khidat,
5 :30 P. M.?Will brunette, in corner by door, periu I ac
quaintance of gentleman next her. who directed other lady
to Liberty au terryboat alterward 1 K. K., llerald . ice.
TjtRIDAY NOON, ?">, CORNER 19TH ST.; RED SACOUK ;
J? conversation part German; iulure ui|iiaintnnce highly
"" ess HONORABLE,
honored. If ugreeuble please address
I. D.?PLEASE REPLY TO MY SECOND LET
iter. D. C. R., box LiU Her Aid office.
ARRY?WE ARE AT 120, FIVE BLOCKS ABOVE.
AKTFOKD.?MEET MK MONDAY, BETWEEN 11
and 13, same place. Every time in town will adopt it if
rou can put it on at the price yon said. Keep things quiet.
INFORMATION WANTED?RESPECTING DAVID
Owen, a native of Glaagow, second son of the deceused
lames Owen, roneer cutter, iu Glasgow. David Owen was
lorn in 1838. He was bred to the sea. and suited, it is uu
lerstood, as a common sailor on an outward voyage from
Sew York, in or about the summer of 1SS5, since which time
nothing has hern heard of him by hie friends. His friends
respectfully and earnestly request that any person who can
give inlormation respecting him, communicate with Messrs.
HOHERSTON A ROSS, i-oiieiturs, Glasgow.
JjSswjLS' assrrtftsp-i?> &
IF MRS. ARABELLA (FITZGERALD) SUTLI$fF. OF
Ballytln, Ireland, or her sister, Mrs. Lewis, will send their
address to box 184 East New York, L. I., it may be to their
IF THIS SHOULD MEET THE NOTICE OK WILL
iam or Elizabeth Thompson, or of Litzie Cly Thompson,
wno formerly resided In 83d st., they can hear of their sou
and brother JOHN THOMPSON by calling upon or ad
dressing him at No. 68 3(1 av.
IF FREDERICK BUKDGK, LATE OF 10 PARAGON
New Kent road, London, will communicate with White"
side Bros., 33 Greone at.. New York, lie will hoar of some"
thing much to hia advantage.
INlORMATlON WANTED?OF THE ADDRESS OF
the attorney in llrlltou vs. Second Avenue Railroad Com
pany. GEORGE BitlTI'ON, Sailors' Snug Ilarhor, S. 1.
JH. LANGLEY-DROP ME A LINK OR COME
? and see nie at the Astor House, Sunday, at 4 o'clock P.
Si. JAS. M. HUNTER.
J^ISSING. REWARD, *3,000.
Since Saturday evening, October 21, 1870, Mr. Phlllpp
Dttmann; age, 41; height, 5 feet 6 inches; weight, 200
lbs.; black hair and mustache, large dark eyes, perfect
teeth, healthy complexion and full round face; dressed In
dark plaid suit, brown overcoat and black Derby h it,
A reward of
will he paid lor Ills recovery if alive, end $500 for the re
covery of his body if dead.
Description of Watch?Open face, gold, stem winding
anchor, George Raymond, Valle de Joux, No. 10,538.
Fulton Market, or 423 East 83d st.
AG NI PIC EXT.?WILL YOU BREaKKaRT WITH
Lme this morning ? You know whsre ; about luW o'clock.
I waited for you yesterday. PKUDKNTIA.
ARIA DE LA TORRE?WILL YOU ANSWER t
? AVOXIA KKliRY.?PLEASE ANSWER MY LETTER.
LOOKING GLASS, Herald office.
ARCS?TO-MORROW NIGHT, SAME TIME, ARGYLE
hndow "iluusante," on batoony, near orchestra.
G. WANTS TO SEE LEWIS K. CHURCH AT ONCE
st MUssrt at.. Brooklyn.
SHOULD THIS MEET THE EYE OK MALCOM
Black, engineer, late of Yokohama. 107, Novelty Iron
Works, lie will hear something to his advantage by calling
pu Mrs. McCOKMIOK, 3.8 East Bflth st.
OWEKT EXISTENCE?DID YOU RECEIVE MY
IJnote I WILL.
SOME OK YOUR LETTERS HAVE BEEN OPENED
ami copied belore coming to my hand. 1 have bought
?deuce, l?it mar *t will be resold. Do whatever you think
best about t-'.io (letters). UNCHANGEABLE.
U'SIE.-GO TO THIRD AVENUK AND YOU WILL
pget a letter. Tours, C?
TITILL Mb8. GATES. WHO RECEIVED, THROUGH
Tv a prominent New York physician, now deceased, a male
Inlant tor adopt ion In the spring ot IS81 (probably), send
her nddress to the Rev. Dr. HOUGHTON, 1 East 28th st.,
WILL BEAUTIFUL BRUNETTE PERMIT IIONOR
ahle acquaintance of gentleman who lell train at New
Haven? Address LK HLOXDK, Herald office.
WILL TIIK PARTY THAT TOOK THE LOCKET BY
? mistake from 118 West 38th st. please to return to 105
Writ 37tli st. CORA LEE.
WILL LADY WHO THURSDAY FORENOON RODE
down on Fourth avenne car, noticed gentleman oppo
site and bowed on leaving at 14th at., please send address to
PRANK CANNON', box 14b I ptowu llerald office ?
WILL TIIK DRESSMAKER WHO CALLED WIT|7a
dress ut lb West 13th please bring It to 110 West 48th
PHILADELPHIA.?WILL THE TALLER OF THE
two Isdies Irom Virginia respectlnlly permit gentleman
who she recognized when leaving ear at New York depot to
mxkc her arqualntanre? Please address HONOR, box 176
New York Herald office.
Association or sri urn; agists harvard
Rooms, Reservoir I'ark. ? Dr. William White and others
will speak Sunday evening. Conference at 2)? P. M.
AT CHURCH OK TIIK HOLY APOSTLES, DTH AV.
and 28tb st., at 7 :3U P. M. service, fit. Rev. J. P. Spaid,
leg, D D., KGhop of Colorado, will preach before the Young
People's Missionary Association. A full anthsm aerrice will
be rendered by the choir.
AT (MUCKERING hall, nth ay., corner irtii
st.?To-mo row. Rev. Samuel Colcord, 10:45, "Profit and
Loss " Rev. O. II. Tiffany, I>. D., of Chicago, 3:30. Slutt
ing morning and afternoon by Charles L Onnn and the
largo choir. hosts Iree. Everybody welcome.
A SPECIAL THANKSGIVING AND ANNIVERSARY
service will be held by the New York Protestant Kplsco
Sal City Mission Society, on Sunday evening. October 31), in
t. Thomas' ehnrch, at 8 o'clock. Short addreaaea by the
Rev. Dra. Peters and Waahbnrn and the Rev. Messrs.
Rrooks nml Courtney.
AT PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH, 33D ST.. STII AND
Iltlt nv?.. Rev. J. Spencer Kennard, pastor, will preach.
Morning, "Christ t,bo Burnt Offering." Evening, "Heaven
Rev. T. DEW ITT TALMAGE
SABBATH MORNING AND EVENING
nt lOJ-i and 7}4 o'clock.
1HURCH OK TIIK NEW JERUSALEM (SWEDEN
Vhnrgian). East 35th at., between 4tli and Lexington
avs . Cltnupccv Gllea, pastor.?services at II A. M. Ser
i?"Man's Place In Creation ; II
men?"Mali's Place in Creation ; llow He is Related to God
on One Side of ilis Being ami Differenced From Animals On
the Other." Congregational singing. Circulating lihrarv
ol new church books free. Sunday School and doctrinal
elasv for yonng men and women, at !?'A. M. Ladles' elase
for religious Instruction at 3 P. M. on Mondays.
riHURCH OK TIIK DISCIPLES. MADISON AV.. COR.
Unertbih St.?Ret George II. Ilrpworth. Morning?"God
will Keen His Covenant " Evening "The Lord's Plumb
Lin*." Btlndny sehoot and Congregational Bible class at 3.
ptlUKCII OF HUMANITY, SCIENCE II ALE, STII ST.,
I 'near Broadwav.?This evening, o'clock, snbject,
"Professor llux ejr nnil the Sclemidc and Keligloua Rela
tions of Biology, ' by T. B. Wnkemsn.
"11ICR0II OF THE HEAVENLY REST. 5TH AV.,
above 45tli st ?Services II A. M. and 4 P. M.
piU'ROIl OF ST. MARV, TIIK VIRi.fN. WEST
Oat., near Broadway.? Sundays:?lit. morning pt
|o:4b, litany, Itlgn celebration; 4, vespers
13 V. WILSON WILL GIVE TEST DATES IN THE
3.lives of many present tbis evening nt No. 55 V i rid
it.. do not fall to hear him ; it Is Ids Inst night in N t k.
].1 V. MIL-UN WILL hit! TIKK AND GIVE READ
'j.ings ni ciiirneter lor Society Progressive Spirltnnlist-,
lid., A. M.. 7y> P. M., their halt, ,55 Woat 33d st.; children's
lyccum. 3,'j P. M.
IARKK EPISCOPAL CIII ICCII OK Till'. KKOONCILIA
J/ lion, -No. 313 East .'tlst st.?Services and sermon by the
R t I S. Wlddemur, at Ift-HOA. V. and 7;3UP, M, Sun
day sclipol at A. M. A cordial welcome to all.
FirE e BaTtIhT i'Iii kcii. ?.?hth st, NEAR DTH
av. ?Rev. J. In Phillips, late of India, will preach a;
!():'?) A. M. Ordination service nt 7 ;:>() P. M.
1K.UK CHAPEL (K.VST 141'li ST.), REV. WILLI AM
jr. Egbert, pastor.?Servlcus, II A. M. and7::*>P. M.
G1 KEKNPOINT? CHURCH OK TIIK REOoNCILIA
ftion. Noble, nesr Franklin.?Tho roctor will apeak, morn
ing at 10;??; ei onlng at 1-'4" Children's service, with in
HAPGOOD'S) SPANISH ARCH Kit INSTEP "B60T
gives the foul an elegant appearance aud makaa the
foot look two sisss smaller; at prices to mil the tlmaa. Slioa
I>apartmaat. KINZEY'S, Broadway and Btb tl.
Masonic TUtrLI, 3SD ST. AMD ?TH av.-o. b.
Krolhinghara. paalor of the Independent Liberal church,
will apaak on Sunday morning, at 10 :45 o'clock. Subject?
"Tha Spirit In Man."
KMORIAL SRKVhJlTsOF~ T H KLATE CAPTAIN
Samuel Elliott will ba bald at tba Mariner's church, cor
ner of Catharine and Madlaon st?? tbta evening, at 7%. Tba
addraaa by Bar. Charles J. Jonea.
Mrs. lTnoslkywTlIThold a flower seance
tbia evening, at 1.491 Broadway, where apirit voicaa are
heard; commencing at 8 o'clock.
PEWS IN THE CHURCH OP TUB HOLY TRINITY.
Madison av., corner 42d si.?Tly Pew Committee of tba
Cbnrch of the Holy Trinity willNbe In attendance at the
church on Monday and Tuesday. October 30 and 31. and
Wednesday and Thursday. November 1 and 2, from 4 to 8
o'clock P. M., to rent pows for the ensuing vear.
PROFESSOR KB MX ADLKK
will lecture this (Sunday) morning,
at 11 o'clock, at Standard llall,
Broadway and 42d at.
Subject?"Immortality." Part II?"The Theory of Re
wards and Punishments." All interested are cordially in
vited to attend.
j^evT moRoIiT:dixTdTTC krotor ok trinity
pariah, will preach tbia (Sunday) evening, at St. Chryaoa
tom'a ehapej. 7tb av., corner 39th at., the service to begin
at 7X o'clock.
RevTokTk. h. chapin will, preach in the
Ohnreh of the Divine Paternity, 5th av.. corner 45th at.,
Sunday morning at 11. In the evening, vespers and an ex
tern poraneona address at M o'clock.
SIXTEENTH BAPTIST CHURCH.
l?th at., near Sth av.
Young People's Association Course.
Rev. T. Dk WITT TALMAGK.
Snbjeet?PEOPLE WE MEET.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. Nov. 1, 1R7&
Tickets. 50 cents.
ST. MARK'S, 2D AV. AND 10TH ST.?REV. J. II.
Rylance, D. Director. Service. 11 A.M., 7 :45 P. M.;
the rector will preach.
T~IIK REFORMATION OF THE "SIXTEENTH (,'EN
tury.?Evangolical Lutheran Chnrch of the Holy Trinity,
21st st., between 5th and 8th avs. Iter. O. K. Krotel, D. 1).,
pastor, will preach on ahove subject Sunday morning at
10-30 A. M. Evening service, 7:30 P. M.
THE PEOPLE'S SERVICE IN THE CHURCH OF
the Holy Trlnltv, Madison av. and 42d St..
Sunday Kvening, at 7bi o'clock.
Kev. Stephen H. Tyng, Jr., D. D., will preach morning
Thirty-fourth street reformed church,
west, of Sth av.?Preaching by Kev. Carlos Murtyn, at
10;3O A. M. and 7:8ll P. M.; people's service In the evening.
Subject:?"The Revival, We Need To-day," preceded by a
service of song.
ttnitychaTkl, harlem. ishth st. and 4th
o av. ? Rev. W. T. t.larke preaches this inoruing on Modern
Unlveraallsm. Service begins at II o'cloek.
WksFFlFTYVTlilRD STREET 11 APT 1STTfllURCH. ?
Services will be held every Sunday evening at 7:45;
preaching at H o'clock. All are'invlted. |
Z10N CHURcfl, MADISON AV.. CORNER 8ST1I ST.?
Kev. John N. Galloher, D. D.. rector. Servicos, 10:30
A. M. and 4 P. M.
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will open on Monday, Octobor 23,
in all departments.
A NEW DEPARTMENT FOR
CLOAKS AND SUITS,
WHY EVERY LADY "MOULD PURCHASE THEIR
CLOAKS OF US.
First we have in atoek 5,01)0 cloaks to select from, and
over 100 different styles, designed by the flneet artists in
this country and Europe; we have Ave sites of most every
style. Another groat feature in our cloaks>-thoy are all cut,
trimmed and pressed by the finest Journeymen tailors in the
cooutry, which 'a-'les must admit adds greatly to the ap
pearance and St ?? the garments. In regard to price, we
guarantee to Mil them TWENTY PER CENT CHEAPER
than poorly finished goods are sold in any house In America.
Rough beaver Cloaks, trimmed with braid, at a price that
will astonish ell. 81 95. Fine Cloaks, handsomely trimmed,
83 75, 83 75, $1 05. All-wool Clonks. In rough and plain
heaver, beautifully trimmed. 87 75, 8" 50, 810, 811 i*>.
We wish to call special attention to one style, all wool
verv fine beaver, elegantly trimmed, long,handsome shapes,
at $14 95, positively worth 822.
More elegant Cieahe at 818 75, 830 50,821 60, 825, up to
Silk Sacques, long, lined wtth satin, handsomely quilted,
833. worth 845.
Beelskiu Sacqnea in groat variety.
In this department we will offer unheard-of bargains.
Well made Suits, 83 75, $5. 87 30.
Handsome Suits, made from flue goods, elegant styles,
Ask to see the suit "Louise." flue csahmere. trimmed with
English satin, to match a suit, well worth the attention of
every lady, 815.
Very finest cashmere Suits, trimmed with silk and fringe,
819 50, 825, 829. 8 ?2 np to 8115. ?
Positive bargains in Silk Salts, 844, $55, $65, $75 np to
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS
in great variety.
of every description,
French and domestic manufacture,
which we will offer at
exceedingly low prices.
IN FAN T8' OUTFITS,
ready made and to order.
Special' designs in
TRIMMED ROUND HATH
FRENCH FELT HATS.
1,000 doeen on sale ; price $1 10, in ell shades.
5UOdosen on sole; price 05cents, in all shades.
in endless vnriety.
Braided Bandeaux In cardinal, black, myrtle green,
brown, Ac.. Ac.
New fancy Feathers received twice a week, of our own
Closing ont, several lines of fancy Ribbons at 20 cents a
7-inch Hash Ribbons, all silk. 05 cents to SO cents.
S-inch Saah Ribbons, all silk, 85 cents.
Special inducements In all onr silk slock, as it was all pur
chased betore the advance in silk.
350 pieces ot colored Velvets at $2 yard; worth $3.
5<?i pieces of block Velvet, from $1 50 to $10.
Brown, nary blue, bottle green, cnrdlnni, plnm, garnet
and all the newest shades, manufactured expressly tor us.
? Thread Lacs,
Special attention given to made-up Lace Goods.
Children's Laces and Veivrt Caps a specialty.
Lace KufSings in endless variety.
llare Just received a magnificent stock of English, French
for ladies, gentlemen and children, in wool, eotton
and merino, all the newest styles.
M isies' merino Hose
reduction ot60 percent,
$2 75 to $1 per dor.en.
Gentlemen's merino Vests reduced from "5c. to 48c.
Gentlemen's merino Drawers reduced from 85c. to 49c,
A lull line it Cartwrlght A Warren's and all the leading
brands of Una
Gentlemen's linen Collars and Cuffs,
1,(X)0 dnsen 3-butlons, 95s.
500doicn 3.hiitii>ns, 81 08.
All warranted?all the new shades.
N. B.?Reduction to the trade.
ST O'NEILL ft CO..
321 to 82:i Oth nr.,
corner of 20th st.
I ORD ft TAYLOR "
CONTINUE THEIR GREAT HALE OF
I REAL INDIA CASHMERE SHAWLS, i
PURCHASED AT THE JULY AUCTION WALKS IN
LONDON, AND NoW OI'OTKD 5<> PER CENT
LEWS THAN MARKET VaLUK, VIZ.:?
$31V), $225, $25(1. $275. $31X1. $325, $350, 8tOO.
^ REAL INDIA CAMEL'S HAIR SHAWLS. J
IN THE MOST ARTISTIC DESIGNS FOR THE COM
ING SEASON, .
$50, $55, fin l, $65, 875, $85, $03.
FULL LINKS OF ALL THE MODERN AND CHEAPER
OR.tDKS OF WOOLEN AND OTHER SHAWLS.
CUSTOMERS AND STRANGERS VISITING THE CITY
WILL FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVAN.
?TAOE TO MAKE A"VISIT OF INSPKC.
TION BEFORE PURCHASING.
BROADWAY AND SOTII ST..
GRAND. OH R Y ST IF. AND FoRSYTH STS., NEW YORK
PLAITING OF ALL KINDS, shirking, hi itii.n.
holes, Ac. lit East 14th st., Grote BnlliHug, opposite
Acs-1emj of Music. C. G- STEVENS A CO.
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338 BOWERY. 340
between Bond end 11 reel Jonei eta.
LADIES' FELT SKIRTS,"39c.. 73e. We, St 15, SI 21
LADIES* FLANNEL AM)"DELAINE WRAPPERS,
handsomely made and trimniod with velvet or satin, $3 13,
S3 7a and upward.
LADIES* AND CHILDREN'S worsted KNITTED J AC N
BTS, NUBIAS SHAWLS, SCARES, Ac.
LADIES* AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR of every
LADIES' CORSETS. 5?c., 75c.. 85c., upward
LADIES' CHINCHILLA AND MATALASSKE BEAVER
cloaks, waterproofs, ulsters, 8i 25 and upward.
CHILDREN'S PLAID ALLjWOOL CLOtH DRESSES,
Mlaaea' ALPACA allk embroidered APRONS, 35c.
Our two-button N1LSSON OLOVE8. 9->a: otlieri given
for all that rip or tear; three, four and aix button# in equal
SWEDISH GLOVES, two and three huttona, 57c. and 05a
CLOTH. CASTOR and FLEECE lined GLOVES.
HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR, ail sixes, styles and
AMERICAN KELT HATS. ISe. an.l 25c.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH KELT HATS, 00c., 75c. and
ELEGANT TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS.
FLOWERS, FEATHERS and CUT STEEL HAT OR
NAMKNTS in ureal profusion
Have opened two ca.es FRENCH DRESS TRIM MINGR.
eomprlsng moat elegant Fringes, Itraida and Passemen
teries. AT KXTRAORDINARV LOW I'KICKS.
BLACK AND COLORED SILK VELVETS. SILK
SATINS, AC.; assortment complete, l'ricea loweat In tho
BLOOMS', ^ _i BLOOMS',
338 BOWERY. 340
between llond and Great Jones ata.
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Reduction WILL OFRn" MONDAY, OCTOBER 30.
In prices. THE FOLLOWING LINES Or GOODS AT
Reduction PRICES LOWER THAN EVRIl OFFERED
In prices. IN THIS CITY.
In prices. DRESS GOODS.
Reduction 300 pioces colored Suiting, 12l,'a, 15c., 18c.,
In pricoa. 20c.
Redaction 150 pieces Plaids, In all colors. 12),c., 13c.,
In prices. 18c., 23c.
Reduction Damasae Cloth, 25c,. worth Hoc.
In prices. Basket Cloths. 25c., 30e.. 35c . 40c., 5<>e.
Reduction. ^190 pieces double width All Wobi Basket Cloth,
in pricea. SI; worth if I 5(X
Reduction 200 pieces All Wool Camel's lluir, 50a ; worth
In pricea 75c.
In prices SILK DEPARTMENT.
Reduction The immense rodactlon in prices Ir. this depart
in prices. mont last week proved conclusively that poo
Reduction pla will purchase where poods are cheap,
in prices Bargains for this week
in prices. 2 eases Black Gros Grain Dress Silk, extra
Reduction vnlne, $1 25.
In prices. 25" pieces of the best known brands at 81 50,
Reduction f 1 75. 81 85, 82.
In prices. PLAIN COLORED SILKS.
Reduction All new shades, 81 25, formerly 81 50.
in prices. ??
Reduction BLACK GOODS,
In prices. from auction.
Reduction 150 pieces English Cnshmeres, 40c.. 50e? 60c.
In prices. 5 cases Lupin's All Wool Casbinere. ?0c., 70c..
Reduction 75c. to 81.
In pricea. ??
in prices. Datnxsse Basket and Arabesque Cloths at 20c.
Reduction 25c., 30c., 35c. to 81 51). *
in pricea Henrietta, Empress and Diagonal Cloths at
Reduction 4(ic , OOa, Hoc.
In pricea. Courtunldt's best Crapes. ,
tn prices. SUITS AND COSTUMES.
Reduction Special Reduction.
In prires. 150 Snits at 8*. reduced from 812.
Rednction 75 Suit* at 812, reduced from 820.
In pricos. So Suits at $15, reduced from 825.
Reduction 25 all Wool Cashmere Suits $18, reduced from
tn prices. 830.
Reduction 50 Daraasse Suits trimmed with Silk at 825,
in prices reduced from 835.
Reduction 25 Elegant Cashmere Suits 838, reduced from
In prires. $30.
In prices. CLOAKS AND DOLMANS.
Reduction 600 Cloth Cloaks, 85, $6, 87. 88. $0. $10.
in pricea 600 Bearer Cloth Clonks, $12, 814, 813. 18,82 0
In prices. 35l> Matelesae Cloth Cloaka, 813 50,816 818
Rednction 819 to 850. ' * '
in prices. Elegant Matnleese Dolmnns.
Reduction Silk garments in Armure. Matelesae and
In prices. Damnsse.
In prices. Travelling garments In Polonaises, Overdresses
Reduction Ulsters, Waterproofs. Ac. '
Reduction FURS. FURS. FURS.
In prices. Examine our stock and pricea.
Reduction Real Seal Sets. 818, 820. 825, 830. 835,840, 845.
in prices. Real Mink Sets, $16. $18. 820, 825, 830 835
Rednction 840.850. , s~-, s> ,
in prices. Sets In Fox. Alaska Sable, Chinchilla, Utter
Reduction Beaver, Coney, Aa. Ac.
in prices. Also
Reduction 500 sets black Fur at 85.
in prices. 650 sets Imitation Seal at $6.
Reduction Kur Trimmings.
In prices. Loweat prices In tho city.
Reduction Silver Fox, Silver Marten, Alaska Real, Otter
in prices Coney, Marmot, Raccoon, Ac.. Ac. '
Reduction Fur Seal Sacuues.
Reduction Dressmaking in first, ciass style,
tn prices. Reasonable charges.
Reduction Ladies residing out ol town ran
In prices. Irave dresses made to ordor by
Reduction sending measnrements.
In prices. Dresses made for visitors
Reduction forwarded free of express charges.
J. R. Gripe. (URIGU, HASKELL A CO.,? C. A. Fuller.
C. Haskell, j SOU Broadway, I J. Dunn.
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$600,000 worth of Silks, Dross Goods, Cloaks, shawls and
Domestics at prices Mint cannot be equalled In the citv
I )Ke. 88 GOODS.
1.000 pieces Camel's Hair Plaids at 12l^c., worth 25c.
5d caeca fine Uoroetta Cloth, for ladios' suits, at 20a
wortli 40c. *
20cases line Satin Serges at 25c. and 31c., worth 40e. and
IS cases fine all wool Cashmere Serges at 4<lat worth floe.
20cases fine French Caslimero at 15c. and 62c , worth 75c
BLACK AND ALPACA MOURNING GOODS
SO cases fine quality black Alpara at 25c. and 31c,, worth
371 ,c. and 50c.
25 cnaea fine silk finish black Alpaca at 40c., 50c. and fl'.'c
15 cases fine black Cashmere, qTin. wide, at 8714c., 50c
02'4c.,75e. ai d$t.
lo cases black Henrietta, black Empress, black Tamlae at
verv low prices.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS.
Wo ehall nflrteblack and plain Silks at last season's prices.
20*i pieces heavy gros grain Silks at S7'ar . 81 and #1 . A
100 pieces Cashmere dc Indies at $1 5u, 81 75, 82 and up
60 onsen colored Faille Silk In bine, cardinal. Turkish
brown, hunters' green, at 81. 81 25, 81 50 and upward
LADIES' SUITS AND CLOAKS.
Elegant assortment of Suits and Cloaks, all desirable
styles ami shapes, at extremely l<tsv prices.
60 i beaver clot h Clonks at 8-3 81.$*'. 88. Sloand upward.
li?) French satin serge Suite at $8, 81*> ami 812.
150 ensumere Suits, silk trimming, a*. $16, $im, 820 and
tkl black silk suits from 810 to 830*>.
1U0 plain anil striped silk Suits Irom 825 to 820 >.
Spc-clnl bargains in brocbe anil Paisley Long Shawls,
I'ssi Brnclie Long Shawls at $*, 810, 815, $20 to $'.k>.
300 Paisley Long Shaw Is at 87, f'.i. 814.81? to 875.
Unusual bargains In Blankets, Flannels, Ac.
1,MKi pairs Blankets Iroiu 82 5<>to$15.
4**1 pieces heavy twilled Flannel at 25c., worth 40c.
9<*i pieces yard wide Muslin at 7c , worth tic.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMKKEs.
10 cases all-wool Ciis?l:neres. 37l,e , 50r., 62.*>e., 75c., anil
5 rases fl?4 Beaver Cloth, at $1 50. ft 75. 82 and upward.
10 cases English Water proof Cloth at i7i,r ll..c 75c
81 and $1 25. * ' 1
waller a mcsoiilky,
245 Grand st.. Now lorh, nrar Bowery.
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272 and 274 Bowery,
will offer this week
iroiu auction in
Dress Goods, Silks and
Flannels and Blankets,
the prices of which are fully
2-> per cent less
than last year.
Call and examine our stock before purchasing.
Adam iiakily will open a case of fkenci
Goods on Tuesday, October 31, 947 Broadway. 17
ITS K.N BROTHERS,
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WILL OFFER ON MONDAY AND DURING THE
WEEK NEW AND "oHOIOB ADDITIONS
TO OUR STOCK OK
SACQIES, CLOAKS AND DOLMANS,
FOK LADIES AND CI1ILDKRN,
plain and basket clolh?,
tnniolasse uih! nil wool beavers.
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Largo ?t >ck of
INFANTS' i. EKI.NO CLOAKS,
LADIES' MORNING ROBES.
HAND EMBROIDERED UNDERWEAR,
AT DECIDED REDUCTIONS FROM FORMER I
Will offer on Monday and during (he week (Its cases of our
I PARIS FRINGES AND PASSEMENTERIES.
comprising some of the choicest novelties
over exhibited in this city,
AT OUK WELL KNOW LOW PRICEn.
DECIDED ItARUAINS IN
OSTRICH AND FANCY FEATI1KRS.
VELVET AND FELT HATS,
IN ALL THE DESIRABLE FALL SHADES.
NEW AND RECHERCHE STYLES OF
RHONY, IVORY AND PEARL STICK FANS,
in enrdlnnl and other choice colors, comprising novelties not
offered by any other establishment in the city.
New designs and colors in
BERLIN AND PARIS WORSTED EMBROIDERIES.
onr own importation, at very low prices.
In addition to the ahove we are now displaying
nn elegant assortment of
MADE UP LACE GOODS i
OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
WHICH ARE WELL WORTH THE ATTBNTION OF
WE PARTICULARLY CALL THE ATTENTION OF
STRANGERS VISITING Til IB CITY DESIRINO TO
COMBINE ELEGANCE AND ECONOMY IN THEIR
PURCHASES TO OUR ESTABLISHMENT.
Sixth avenue and 23d St.
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WILL EXHIBIT ON MONDAY
A SPLENDID "ASSORTMENT OF
THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DOLMANM ANT) CLOAKS,
In silk, mstelasse and camel's hair.
NEW DESIGNS IN
CAMEL'S HAIR DOLMANS, IN LIGHT COLOR8.
SILK AND MATKLASHE CLOAKS,
BOTH PLAIN AND FUR LINED.
1,000 cloth Sueques. In all sites, stylishly trimmed and
linlslied for custom trade, at
$8, $0, flO, 812, 814. $16, $18, $20, $23.
Extra long silk or fur trimmed braver Hecques
at $16, $1U 30, $11, $12, $14.
Fine all wool plain black or ehlnchlila beaver Cloaks
trimmed with silk or tnr, at
$12, $13, $14, $16, $16 to $23.
Fine French imported Mstelasse Cloth Cloak, extra long
trimmed richly witli silk and fur or silk und handsome taase
fringe at $80, $3.., $38, $10. $43.
Extra heavy gros grain, black Lyons Silk Sacques, richly
trimmed with passementerie, fringe and lace quilted lining,
nt $4 >, $43.
WE BEG TO DIRECT THE ATTENTION OF OUR
CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC TO OUR
MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
READY MADE COSTUMES,
silk, velvet, cashmere and camel's hair.
We keep a full assortment on hand, ready made, to select
from, and guarantee onr prices to he lower (consistent witli
first class work) tnan any work In the city.
We will make any article to order, and if not perfectly
satisfactory In work, style und finish, uo sale.
We offer a very stylish Costume in black or colorod silk
at $63, $69, $73, $B0.
We sell > superb heavy gros gralp silk Dress, In black or
colored at $83. $1*1, $93, $11*1.
F.legsnt velvet and brocaded silk Costumes at $130, $146,
Very stylish walking, travelling or house Costumes, In
fine I'rench. nil wool cashmeres.
"Plums, browns, navy bines, or any color at $23. ,$29, $83,
Fall assortment of morning Wrapport.
WE SHALL ((PEN ON MONDAY
AN ENTIRELY NEW LINK or
NOVELTIES IN KINK MILLINERY GOODS.
Immense assortment of
Itat Trimmings. Wings, Tip* and Fancy Feathors.
Great bargains In Felt lists.
20 different shapes atxl evsry color In
tine French Feit, at 63c. and $1 I".
Boanlifnl trimmed lints, at $16. $12, $14, $13.
Cheapest Bonnet Velvets in the city.
800 pieces, in all the choice colors, $2 3d yard.
We are now offering
a superb collection of ,
^ NEWEST STYLES OF DRESS TBIMMING~ ^
ill silk headings and Iringns.
Worsted Ball Fringes. 21) different styles,
aad all the latest Importations of Novelties.
Wo sre now offering
an unequalled assortment of
Hosiery, In newest styles end colorings.
All wool, merino and Cashmere Underwear,
and a full line of Kid Gloves, at 63c and W7e. pair.
BARGAINS IN BLACK AND COLORED SILKS.
DRESS GOODS IN ALL QUALITIES AND MAKES.
GREAT BAROAINS IN BONNET AND HASH RIBBONS.
Novelties in made up Luce Goods.
Infants' Caps, Kufilitigs, Bows, Snarls. Ties and
I'ollet ('overs, all of our own manufacture
RulUing* ol any style made to o dor or ladles' own
material made up.
Ctli av. and 19th St.
TTKEP'S PATENT PARTLY MADE DRRS8 SHIRTS,?
J\ The very best. 6 for $6; can he finished as easily aa hem
ming a luindkerchloC 571 Broadway, and 921 Arch st..
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TURKS ARE A OKEAT MANY LADIES OF NEW
YINCE THAT WE CAN SUPPLY THEIR WANTS TO
MANKIND SEVERAL CENTURIES AGO THAT THE
HAVE A VERY VAOUK, INDISTINCT IDEA A HOI T
AS YET, IN A HALF CIVILIZED CONDITION, IN
LAl'NDRYMKN AND A FEW REMNANTS OF THE j
UNDER SUCH AN IMPRESSION WE SAY
FIRST?THAT OUR ESTABLISHMENT IS LARGER j
LIUHTED. BETTER VENTILATED AND BhTTKR i
SECOND-THAT THE CHARACTER AND QUALITY I
DEPARTMENTS IS EQUAL TO THAT OF ANY HOUSE
THIRD, AND ABOVE ALL?THAT WE OFFER
QUKNTLY, AT A LOWER PRICK. THAN ANY OF OUR
OF COURSE, FAIR READER, THE WRITER
YOUR HEAD AND SAY WITH. IMPATIKN I'
ADVERTISEMENT?NOTHING MORE"?MAYBE. MY
YOl'R PREJUDICES, READ Til ROUGH The
RESOLVE THAT YOU WILL THIS WEEK. BY AN
WHETHER THERE IS TRUTH OK HUMIIUO IN THE
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REMEMBER THAT BY CONNECTINO WITH THE
ANTLY RIDE TO WITHIN ONK BLOCK OF OUR
CONTINUED SACRIFICE,OFnch uf,DKRWKAR
ELEGANT HAND EMBROIDKRRD CHEMISES marked
down lotue.. $1 as, 81 44, $1 75, fJ 10, $2 SO.
BEAUTIFUL CHEMISES, hand embroidered end hand
locked Iront and back, at 52 42.
RICH hand embroidered SACQUK CHEMISES at $1 35,
*1 SO, $1 00. $2 4ft.
OVER TWO THOUSAND "DOZEN OF FRENCH NIGHT
DRESSES, SKIRTS, CAMISOLES, DRAWERS, COR
SET COVERS, AC.. ALL RRDUCBD TO 15
TER CENT LESS THAN THEY CAN RR
PURCHASED IN PARIS. CALL AND
Fine French Walking Kklrta, Finance, with bend embroid
ery. II SS.
IN DOMEHTIC MACHINE SEWED UNDERCLOTHING
WE CLAIM TO HE OFFERING TUB CHEAP.
EST GOODS EVER SOLD. WE CANNOT
QUOTE PRICKS. COMB AND
AND MERINO UNDERCLOTHING.
Ladlce' Balbrlggan lion, regular made. SNa.
Ladies' English lloee, in ail the new shadee, regular
in ail n. 45e.
Ladle.' English Hole, in ell the new ibeilei, embroidered,
Ladlei' English Cashmere lloie, all ihadei, 4Ce.
MImpr' English Striped Merino Hose, extra long, at 18c.
Same Hone, regular made, 30c.
Children's English Cashmere V llois, In all the new shade*,
embroidered, at 4ftc.
350 dor.en LADIES' MERINO VESTS, extra quality, at
Ladles' VESTS, FULL REUULAR MADE, at ft. worth
Gentlemen's extra heavy Shirts at SOc., worth 75c.
Gentlemen's doiible-bressted Merino Shirts, very good
quality, at <U)e.
Gentlemen's scarlet Merino Shirts, ell wool, at SI 50.
Children's Merino Vests, good quality. Iroin 25c. np.
Children's Vests, extra quality, lull regular made, at Abe.
CALL AND BXA.M1NK OUR NOVEL APPL1
"Tllft SALESLADIES ELKO
MAKRS OUR BU8Y ESTABLISH MB NT MUCH
HAVING PARCELS WRAPPED UP, AND MAKES
BRAID ROUND ELBCTRA HEAVER CLOAKS, EXTRA
LONG. 14 73.
RICH BE AVER CLOAKS. EXTRA LONG. TRIMMED
WITH HKKCULES AND TITAN BRAIDS, AT $5 75,
57 5", WITH FRINGE P.XTRA. 5* ftO.
ELEGANT DEEP FUR TRIMMED BRAVER CLOAKS
AT 511 it). 512 fto, 515. 517 .V) AND UPWARD.
"VIC'TORINE" CHINCHILLA IIKAVRII CLOAKS.
NEWEST DESIGNS, AT 58, 510. 513 50, 514, 5I?, #1S,
DIAGONAL CLOTH CLOAKS AT $M. 572,530,
BEAUTIFUL MATEI.ASSK CLOAKS AT f7, 59, 514.
520, 5?2?, 58(1, fit, 5IO. 514,546. 550,554. $112.
NEW SHAPE DOLMANS. IN HCOTIA HRAVKR.
MATELaSBE AND CASHMERE. AT 521), 525, fgi $38
FUR LINED CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS AT ALL
I'RlChS. LaDIES' OWN MATERIALS MADK UP.
CALL AND INSPECT GOODS AND PRICKS
Ell KICKS', I KII IlICIIH',
287 and 289 (not 301) ?TH AVENUE,
THREE DOORS ABOVE 24TI1 ST.
1 N. B.?You can conveniently reach our ettabllshment? ?
From SOUTH FERRY by taking Twenty third atreet
stage to stli nvenue au.l 23d *1.
From FULTON FERRY by taking Fifth avenue stage to
2-ld at., there conueellng with Tweuty-tlilrd street cars to
Hth avenue; or by lllorck r street car* tu Stli eveuiie,
there connecting with Eighth aveon* ears.
From GRAND STREET FERRY by taking Thirty fourth
?tree) green care lo Broadway and 23d it, there connecting
with Twenty third (treat cars to nth av.
From THIRTY FOURTH STKKKT PERRY by taking
, Twenty.third itreel care direct to 8th ere tut*.
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IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
GOODS AT A HMAlil.KR PROFIT, AND. CON8E
NUMEROUS AND ENERGETIC COMPETITORS.
KNOWS FULL WELL THAT YOU MAY TOSS
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STORE, EIGHTH AVENUE, THREE DOORS ABOVR
GREAT SALK OF BANDEAUX. WINGS
FINEST QUALITY COQUB PLUMES AT 4<IC.,
sold lust week nt f I.
1,(XHI DOZEN FANCY FEATHERS, of the luted anil
cholocnt ntyIon. *? Vie- iiml iMe.; former price, 51 V>.
ENDLESS ASSORTMENT OF BANDEAUX. anaorted,
beaded mill plain, at OBo.; worth trmn ?2 to 52 5U.
Over 1,000 doten annorted IIAN
DKAlJ X, COBOSKTS. FANCY 55855 22f
55 22 29
PLUMES, ,te., In the moil benutl 55 22 22
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fill ?li?ilo??peacock, myrtle preen, 55 22 CO
55 22 C <1
lilnck, itrnI brown, Ac.?the Bint 55 55 23 C
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ASSORTED WINGS, every I niacin aide nhade, At lite.,
noli! lent week At 30c.
FINE COQUE KEATIIKR FRINGES At ."Pie. yArrt.
THE ABOVE GOODS REPRESENT THE STOCK
OK TnRHE MANUFACTURERS. WHICH WE
HAVE PURCHASED AT ONE-TII1RD COST.
FOR VELVET CLOAKS AND VELVET KKIRTS.
BLACK SILK CLOAK VELVET, 371 ache* wide, At 53 31,
hilly worth 55.
BLACK SILK CLOAK VELVET. eatra qaAllty, fully 3t
Inches wide, At ?4 25, fully worth ?d.
Full line of "OUINKT" CLOAK VELVETS?CHEAP.
VELVET FOR TRIMMING PURPOSES.
COLORED MILK TRIMMING VELVETS, All the elegant
(All sliAden. At 51 B5; wertli 52.
BLACK SILK TRIMMING VELVETS At 0*e ; wnrtR
BLACK SILK TRIMMING VELVETS At 51 35; world
BLACK SILK TRIMMING VELVETS At 51 50; worth 5*
Inimrime ntock of black Silk Trimming Velvet* ?t5l 7.?,
5.', 52 25, 53 50 And upwArd.
| HATH! HATS! HATS! HATS! HATS'
KxtrA quality Pelt Ilete, ell (linden. At -Vie.; nailing every)
where nt H5e.
Reel French Felt llntn. nil Unpen And nit (linden, at 70*.
Very flnent Imported French Fell llntn At $1 1G.
CATION OF ELECTRICITY TO BUSINESS.
TRIO CASH CALL."
MORE QUIET, SAVES TIME AND DELAY IN
SHOPPING MORE AGREEABLE.
CAMEL'S HAIR SUITS AT $i 75, 55. W 50.
BLACK ALPACA SUITS AT 57. 5*. $10, 512, 511
COLORED HRRGE HUItTTt 5* 75. 513, 51*.
BLACK CASHMERE SUITS AT 517, 5U?. 525. 5'W.
COLORED CASHMERE SUITS, SILK TRIMMED, ?t?
525, 530, 532
IILACK SILK 8U1TS AT 530, *10. 545, ?35 AND UP.
SILK AND VELVET SUITS AT SPECIAL PRICKS.
| MISSKK' CLOAKS--* TO 14 YEARS.
BEAUTIFUL STYLES AT VERY REASONABLE
Great Attraction* In Shawl*, Waternroolb. Minm-n' Suit*,
Drent Goodn. HnunefiiwUhing Goedn. r'nri, Jewelry, ni-ide
up Lara Goedn, Lingerie, Nullum. Ac., Ac.
NO ONE URGED ft) BUY POLITENESS TO Al-U
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2*7 and 2*0 (not 2*1) STH AVENUE.
THREE DOORS ABOVE 2ITH ST.
N B. ?Tmi can conveniently reach onr e-tnhlinhnient?
From GRAND CENTRAL DKPOI' By taking Fourth
avenue ear* to 23d at., Iliere connoting with Twenty limit
Itri-Ct cern to *th ateiiue.
From CORTLANDT STREET FERRY?By walking tit
Veney ?l, and taking Eighth avenue, which pant mir d
or hv Elevated Railroad, IYobi Liberty nt. to 2lnt nt. and nth
*7rout D8SBR058ESSTREET FERRY-By taking Eighth
?venue earn from corner tliidenn and Canal, or tiy taking
Klnvnied Kallr??d to (Hh avenue Uud 31nt nt.
From CII KISTOPH Ml STREET FERRY?By taking
Eighth avenue earn from lludeon mreet.
for Other Dry Gtmtln AilvertlavmeaU Saw
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