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.. . __a_.__B rradara of Tlir Trllaniae reoel-r thr ramplata rear-l?r Bew mtt<?Vm1mmmm\ mmV, w.m w .?.?*.? oi-a.-r af n^u.r. ~~. FOURTH BVBNINQ CONCERT, WATCHING THE TR0LLEY8. BRTPGK ANT> RAILBJOAD OFFIClALi FIG URIrfO OM FlNANCEi BCrw FAR TBB BtM m WmBTt AlCD fBR ?? BTAW UMB BU to 88 D?W?MIIOta> ajotrna op nRanaanaW traffio THBOf.-.H TBB ATTRM'Tl.'N of ROMB BWBKBRd TO )'R K'KI.YV. Bridga.ndtroIieyomoiHls -;^--^ a?.t now to -'-'-V.^. \o h?ve on tbe arangement on the BnaB Bridg* fl__u4oee..f tbarallraad ^"^V?* .... ,...v Depanmern They ao nol ?peet Ibat th. Bn _aii f-,rnlsh a bnele ',,r M91 daya of the venture Wlll "r'lf!i; straw ta. eanratattang bm they th nk that evi r> a^ will gtv. Bcane tadtoattaa af tb wa, recelpts will b* Baa from da-. <??" ?* w,?.n , order of t_m.. ^\;,:;->,v;i;,,;.,rtbeprivi trolley oorrpany paya onlj liv* ";'' , ?T. tag. of earrytod - ?*?' ?< ^ "^ ,, .? of ittaanr. taiednea tb* -5*''m? "??,'.,'... Brid-e. ttoketa. The Bridg* rereIvea ??"?" t^.r.rb.:rr;:T:ii,ir:?: <:; ?Zaneroas tra Bridge, if they eva begti Manyperm. - " ' J ?' ?"?:. "... w baoaaae af tb* a - J? ? SanTatow rlde wli ? * ? " J" ' aborter el I -1 ? " jTira. trom the Bridge eara to the rOeentofl oa wlth the Brttg* B8T8, *? '?"'.?*? * ? were ,eaa fraaklah Jf^rjJ , I: .... ka, for tbe nr^-'^^^^^ :;;m: onthe Mg Bgaa bav* eej f?-^ \; ^ ronB * ,,__? balora tJa^ro8da * ^~tSnkVth.. :be laereaaed huatneai ?"-, ..... _.v,i.v, .vwav ofe- will hrlng that ths new edvantat:cs whtch ttay orr ii.-..> ? -s " ? ?' ,...,.? esant *rr<*1 a??rneut. Tho greataet i ',? t .. ? who tr\ I he oon . 5ro hiyn. where now .ook - ?? .7 .... R. rent le loa . . , " of work lor a riwple from thelr >tnem_ ^ncaleu .te that the traa-canl fare . - ? .'. .?,.- pettiea on ne patrona.--- of even new smiiy . Gn?o' ihelrr v. . ;. ... thlr__a. before Jt Bta) be two a. 1 '?.'.' h .? _.UCh hi* b. ?OI be a b to Bai sptf * :l I'1,,-,... rroaotng llnee w iKs TiSS th e? ??? 1*nser KSiti: *-?:?;.-'*:"? - ? .MM old feara _.. ?__ tha, M troabllng the The tern ? 7 "-..', n - epaoeebe. rallroad mei ... loa leava no tweanth. . - ra li he Manna ? . fl ??n_ room fo- tba le..der.t ? ;r, v. .,,',,? ofI ?,:f)r.. -aequerrtiv hehtg ne^s ava ntantion was ttocars >nrt h-o-f ?wJTthe *ri retura to to repla a ths feedara when toe sra^a ^^^ Brooklyi.. but -n rjsh ? s . ^, h0^9 to BESU ?: - ^.7-thisweek. MARfNE BQPAD WITHDRAWN. THKT WnX MOT TAEB PAHT TX T-Tr: -TVVT mnjm OF CW7R NATKCT THli WE? Tbe B?ae-rra af the hhstorirs MtaMBj-taRsd -The BaMtaa of can Rattoae wbiebjareea h* rr^'v,:? ---" ' ' VZlmZT-STrnt SLVSnSiu? n^fleng for two wajketa :.. iiueoa Plaee Annon ? ?*?"?W- ?"fl Th8 a^rt^nNnn -ben amor.g the most popular ftaagta TL^^,,n^e Thelr BtteadaaOO bad been ln tV.e perforrnanee Tr,"r.v>; \.a,..? n..?ast?r and Boeurod for thla *?fk-?Jt_ EL; -Hused tbe naval tho ? ^'1^"';,t^?Cr.".^nt to tb* ap rc?of l* Therr .lao.s wll'. be te.ken ^.v.-:,:-^^':-:'t^:rt.,wrib, bSH? Stru^Vtsra^st tablaaus o tbe Bcenery le now batag rre SJIa taV^ ,-"- A,,o;ber tab.ee , jrlB rapg ruasnl of the Malne-e dead eailora. PAINTTNOB AT THE MONTAUK. THE AXNTAX EXHIBTTIOX WTIA. RBOIB ToMi.RTtorw aJFI-BEMOOB T-v. atxfj B-amal artlats' exhrbltH,r. whleh I. an ^?o^oaikm n\ tb. Me-Uad. Club. wfll begin tc^Torr-w after. Bm M wlll be eeerttaaol rtiwugh WTtb* week. 'be galk-les betag ^ -very after S> and eveatag to the merr.i.-rB of the club and ?? BkaR Monday Tueaday. Tbursday and aLaawnay evaarnga a strtag ^'"tet wfll furatab ?L,. or W. aday and Frlday evenlBga tb. Joiy,..e7n?- Ba. ?*? i'1^ Thp ,v<: tion thlayeat wl ? rgei than ever laal ay aaaarteaa arttate Oaly c.n? or two in the aatanrnwa ara ta be prtrate pBtattaga rhe mstn SSor. !har-..iKB elab?dtbec.??8 all to be ^L_ fo- aahlWU .r. pan - - ' - I nttnga belng ? eonatru ' frames aracted on SaTte be - - S? aaaaantV r of a fe? water-ool ?'-? be ni ta oll. ^^fetafln^ ??- : ' ?' m~salx>m.r_ B/X/H- CAV8BD BLOOD FOI80XIXG majoh BBgccem sTRt-rK his goBcnnn nrrra v ajonrr icbbscr ubi gup?B?Bn h& TMUBtlT PBOM THr RBMrfaTB Major Rawary J. RraaBa. paomta-ar of the Howard Hon?e AOantl. and Atabama sv. R< a Terh ?? ktaauUy etrueh ib* kauckta of hla ttle fu.^er anth a raaty loeploh laal Taaed ? ? ? ia* m B/tei enpertanced -h.--.nrK palne h arta. He attaobed bo algi .".'"" caana 01 the i t rl .: thi kl not 1 ? tur* ^Thaf^ '''?*"<? ' ?*v*r? however called '?? on I ? - ' "? ave..v ilnformedhtt . I ^ , m a - - Major': r. - aaa much rellev. I by tb. -a? | HF.Y HiVF i "BBLLO GIUI ? tiuki 1 bntb nnomwcT mrmbebj pi_b_ with %n b< ?nt iMwa. The 13rh f ? | I ' '? ? '' ' ? rK*w '*!e" pbone i-tv,..- whlel hae beea put 1 ta anaory, in Bumrae-r av?. Wlree now rur. from svary 'lompany room to RbB C eanel'a qtuar em ? 1 s arderiy, wno 111 kee tbe ? ? ? eetl a 1 nn on* i-om pany f.om to another, ih n..w k1 iv. as tb. ? Bkaat'a "ballo air;" (.tl4?r exi.en?!\^ troprovementa ar. .- ? , - |_ tho a.iii.iri Bla. ? Ights are p^rta el tba r.-.l, ? j . ?.-., and around 'he plunge beth One f t.-.e Bth'a iatasl roorulta is T'ioihw g Rlcnarda. whose father waa the M ri ? . ?---?: _r 1 r towt. :? v...r tlmea ind ? 11 orgaalaer n(?. of 1 oafad rat Inl '.tr> To 8PBAR RBGAROIXG MAJRE 018A8TRR. Thi B*. De P C Is'.ehart, paator of the Sltnp '.-;>.?.diat Chareb, at Cleraaonl n 1 'a by ave? wl.I preeeli thle ev. ?. j v. ? ? Bepei Bafei anea to Lli - eermi '.: Dr. Igl. ? . ? . ?? : Of ???* 1 ? '? gEORGl B1DDLE READB "RKRARD ' tl" Oeorge RtaoUi road ibakeai agedj Klng Bb hard 111." ta Aasoch F..;r..i aoon, before thi mea tute of Arta and 1 tha readini glve l pla .-; lle broughi loa dJd .." ? - ? ' ' re wlth ., . ry. Hls r< eek on Frlda-. Bulwer'a 'The Ladj of Lyona. Tbie readini arlll have ar. orcheatraJ aecompaniment, ui .j raottofl ol .1 leaaaec lha Belectlon beln| tuk. d from Supye, U___er, Cbopta aad Rouget Ot ?ahoa AN' iXTKKKST'.vr, PROORAMME PRERENTED BT THB BOBTON, ORCHBflrTRA IH THB ACADBflal OF MUSIC Th. fOurtb avanlng conceri by the Boatoa Syna* pbony orehosjtra, under tiie auaptoBfl of the Brook? lyn Inatltute of Art. and Bclencea and the Brook? lyn Phnbannonlc Boclety, waa gtven :.i?: aventng n tho Acadaany of M lalc. One novelty of the pra aVramma. wn. a --. mphl II ll ' POtMB, "Vlt n i." by Bi Irl h Bmataaa Thla is one "f a rarfe. of ?ytB phontc plaeea collaettvaly oalled "My PBtherland.f lt i. deacrtptivfl of ihe Vltava, the prlndpal rlver of Bohemla the t rtl p i m of rhe oompoeer. rn b i d. iicatton of ihe compoalttoa ho has irrltten: "Two apringa take thelr courae in . ahady Bo? homian fori.?t: ono |a warm ar 1 .parkUflg?, ' he orher -oo] an.i traaqull Thelr watera, thal ran gflyty through Btonfl ind pebble, unite together and glltter In the mornlng Min. Tiie rapid foraal o becomrs rhe Rivai Vltava, Which, as ir pui cours* through tho fields crf P.ohemla. growa into a mlghty rtvar, Bowlni through thlek foreati wheretn '.he Jovous .-rles of a hunt and : ,o clanglBg ai . I of the bora seem to approach the llatener li takea Its way through flteadow. and farm*. A weddlBg is heinrc royfolly oalabr.ted with mualc and boi danoe Tli* eylvan and waia-r nympbfl dtep. rr them aelvea by moon.hlne on irt gltatealag watera ln which are mlrroravl fnw?r< and eaatle. a<- w 'no-.o. of the departed glorj of chlvalry and manial fame The fllraam hreaka thrOOgfa the foamy rapi-i-a Of rhe j'i. ..-I- b i rtarad making Ita way through n hj olo;t? In tba v'r.aa.1 rlver'.ed. .long flrhlcb tt rnll. to Praaue, welcomad "n Iti way by the vanarable Vyachrad, and dlaappaan ln the .1 .? - ?? ? >mp ner' ???!- ? \ taoond novelty on the riroirr.-imme was a farrtaa rJo oonoerto for rlolonceUo nnd orcheatn by i M L"o;*:er. not yot pnbllfl oai The 'cello wai played hy Alwir Sohroadar. The programme of thi oort was m- ' - lo ?.-? PtfllHflfl ?? 'T'V \I^?<?tm?.r)K<^l'?.RlcfixM \X'?.r-i?.r Fantaattc a-,.nr?r-o ror v.olnr ?i!o *r--t orcbeatra (1X8.) .i" M I.-.-ffler gymgafc. ir R? I ln B minir. "Path?'t1otie." r>p Ti I'- tar T..-!' " . wakj Jtyrm.h'.nlo B**tB, "Xllava". Btdrtcl P.a^a ? PREPARTRO FOR DEPEW DINNER. THK M<->\tattK n.L'fffl ItHHTVBRfaART FALJifS ON THF) RTOHT DAT THIfl X'FAH A DINNBR FOR SIX-P.KTARY Al/lFiR. aftjvangem.nt. are being made i,>- rhe Montaok riub for rhotr annual dlnner In honor of Chauncey M. Denow. it ha.s heen euatomary to hoii*. i i. ? .iiriners oa th.- Baturday .vonini nearaal le Mr. Derpew'a rdrthday. The dinner this yaar oomaa on Aprll tt, whloh h?ppens to bi rhe exaol annlver .<ury day of Mr Defltjw*a blrtb It haa rxvm deolded hy the Montauh Club to jrlve a dtnnar ui honor of the Becretary of WBr Oenei il R-;?sell A. Alnar Th* arninger-ionts hav. yel heen perfectad, but lt U hoped ro hav. tlio dlnrer aome tlrr.o ln rhf- aarly par: of M..r h ?. - MADE TNBANE BT GRIEP. thf; dkath riF a CHTLD so ArrBCTED A HKMI'HTKAP WOMAM THAT S!IE commtttft. BnrinH: Mra. i"herle,a a Rad.ll, of Ilempsroad. commltted atatcrlda or. Prtday hy hang-inx heraalf lo rh<- oallar ct her liouso, <n BedalaLat A month ago one of her rblldraa ("led fron pneuinonla. ar.d Mrs Badell had irtarad bo oonataatly over tho ios. of th* iittie one thal ahe flhowad aymptorne of mental derang*ment at'OUt a week ago The grhtf affe.-fod he- st.-aror. M1?>- Annie Vollmtr, ln the mme manner, and both were examlned hy I;re Flnr. and Mllf-s. and as a reeult lt wa? doojdod to aand than to an Instltutlon where tholr mental conditlon could bo oonstaiuly w-atohed. When l>r Mll?e made hla dally eall at the houae ot Mra. Bedall a-; Fr day aforncx>n he a?ked Mtal Vottroar whera- hor Mntor araa, and wai toM tl al Mra. Badell hi d gone ta the ellar to hani banelf i -?.??" hanter.ed down tbe callar Btaln ard found Mr> Badell BBapaadad from a hearr. hy a plece of clotheallrje. She had heen daad for ahout three houra. Bha :eav.s a buaband and three ? hlldren, Coronar Hmith lmrajielled a jury ajid lha Ixxjueet w&f adjourned un'll to-morrow night. DEPUTY TAX 0OMMI88IONBB8. THTRTEKN AlT'OfNTTir) TKrsTKRDAT. AXD OXB MHKE Wni.Ii PROMABLT BE PF LECTF.D Al.l. DBMOCRATIC WORKKRS. Thlrteaer Deputy Tax I'Vammisslor.ers were ap? polnted yeaterday afternoon for rhe fSorougi, of Frook.yn Ono more nama aill probahly be a/lde.l to the Hat, and It is exp*ota*i the man will be *lther John A. C'arpenter or Patrlck J Kaatary, of rWrator McCarrei/a dlatrict. the Xoiirteenth All fhe ?p polnteea ara recojrTifze.d a* Democrntlc workor... Th" dlBtrti ti ? r n Oop ?- C. mml iloner. hava heon appolnted win earh hava two olerkn in lh? ta i ?" w Tha- .!-? |j ,,- :,,,,.,.. | L-t Atiaemrjly Dfgftrtol Mlchael Ryan No SO Wlllow Plaoa, ts.ooo Ild Aetembly Iil.trr1<H--Phll1p A. Klnkel N'o 201 Na-tiau-8t. B.60Q nid Aaaambly r>'-triov Rohert K L ROwa \o H Xtiantlo-ave.. $.' . ?< IX'th Aasaatmbly Dlatrlot -John Behllamaa N'o M i-'r mkllB-ava., f'i.i>m. VMh Aaaambly lilatrlcl /"Mnton Dfl Wltt. N'o 179 Ver non-ave 1., 100 VTJtk Aaaembl) rMBtrict?Jamea p fflrrall, Bhora Road and 8* ond-ava, *!.750 XITth Aeaembly I>ia:rlor -Joa^eph H McOowail Plfth-av* aad Btghib-eL.aaj.7IO. XTTIth Aaaembl) Dlatrlcl wiiiitm S. Piokard. N :?". Orand .1 . C^OO xv '.'. At.s..r-. I) Dlstrlcl Oeorge H. Llndaay N'o :-h B lahwlck Plai a, f 080 XVIti a.taen-.bly tiN'tic- Thomaa P Larkln, No 4-0- Dacatur-al . a*,7M XVlIth Aaaembly idstrlc; Taaac s Pontar N'o. 3M }1*:*. y-tt 12.7V) XVJIlth Aaaembl) Dlatncl "loorare, J Cralgen, Butlee al Platbual R '?" x.xi-' Aaaembly Dlatrict B D, Nawacan, No M Aflbford-aC, taUOl ? KttS 8TEPBBXB BBBIOXB. BHR w-.u. not STRVir OR the BR047BXTR Lt BRAR1 ("OMMISSP M XVITH r.ANIFl. || amiMBRfl Mr.-, Benjamln P Btepheni i* tanl v"r ro^-'cna tlon to the Brookly:- Publlc Llbrary Commlaaloner, ;: Roai fipplatm aacratary of -he commtaBlon h* r^f.ises to i wltl Daali M Bom wiio was appolnted ta tbi oommiaal r \'an \\ . k Mr= Btepm s ., ii ii Mr ..... ? md a publla ,:?' ? ? " ?otii? itteranea of h1.- --i^ tlmi g< B e -..'..,? t r t 14 "'i him. Board held Its annual m?o-< and re-eleeti " ? .... i. B j I r.t II W \* ->. K Roaa Ar.; lel.? ? VALCABLE CLOTB 8TOLBX Wi illan rdoth raloed at Ht.oot n.i>t. waa ?".!a-n on ThUTaday mor- ng fra.m rh.- tallOT shoj. of ? Hllmer, at N'o ?*?< Bumner>ava, and the ' ? \ ? ? Preclnei ave not i ? ?o flnd out anyl . . rt -ho burglan The ? ?-..?? i" door of tha ? of falae ki i id tl on weni Im tbe callar thi ;? .. hole ?> I r the ...... gh the flooi Bl ? ? ? 'i .'? .?:??'? rll ? irma, r liatui ? A ? WDOE TBOMAfTB C0MMI8BI0X BBBE. Thi Coremletiton of Bdward K. Thomaa, makl g ri'.m i nlted Btatea Iu 'ge. arri\a-ai reeterda) ut the ... Hulldlna. .u.d Mr Thomaa will i-- worn '? ',rr,.w r.efo^^ Judue Addh-oii l'.r.,w ABOLISBIVO POSTAOE x7 t !//? iOEXCIBi \\ ihtaRtea, Pab Mt-Tba gradual abottabineat of tha gnuatfr numbai "f tha atamp agraacaafl maln> .,:. tha Poatoffl ?? Depanmant in praotlcally .:; th ritlaa and towna of aay i,iz* tn ihe oountry n way Tbtafl ageootaa asually ,,ia- in ,ir .a, ..r.'i ? ii-nr fltoraa, aftan Baar !...>.-1rti autraHHatlona, i n,..ily Bai apti au la taa- ruh ?i.i l ?. m:nl. V4lieii lha Bagl fl??:<?? nre in plaCB. ro ii. na.m a Btatlon, aub atatlea oi tha i.' . fAc. iti plaoa of these iga noi,* tha ;.. tment after July i. wha.ii ih.- m v. .,, |ai - - e. availabl. ? lll . ll Bl 11 ut. i ? i i ^ nrhi rever there , ?.- . tlcally every ,. un \. Inclu llng the kawua of mi - rde-a .', i ... Inj f Ititei It ti tbe ? ? I i .,-ti-i , tu* .uis -h.tt Incnaalng tha- n imtw r ol pl - - .? oomplate poatal fa liitle. buk] b* bad will ? mon frenuaiit una of tba malla, i -i? n tn^ Oflflfl of .i.o.'iey ordera, b) i?-ri"iiB who Ii"W . coioiii^ny order* for lha trajasiialsialoii . 850 nairs Women's calf w"""8 skin button and lace ?Shoes- boots and patent leather foxed butti 'ii boots with kid or cloth top at $1.98, th.it have been $4.00 to $6.00, imt bargain shoes, but a greal bargain in shoes ot your si/.e is here. Aiso women's bright dongola but? ton boots. medium rouiul toe, patenl leather tip or common sense plain toe, every pair fully guaranteed to wear well. $2.00. The annual sale of r uA.r . these dainty things in nmbro.der.es. st.|mp^ ,jncn and everything in embroiderv at % to % regular price continued. D lilies, 5x6. I2? h instead ofSScti, Centre pieces, llbtH lo BbaM, BBda Ifl *2.*a*, m itead oi 11 M t.??$?"> 80 |u-t recerved Irom Pam some new Rrnnaissance icarfl and <..\\\r,ri with iinen centres at 'j IflH , nal irices. Imit.il on irish j miii s.arfs and shanu Slumj. 38x81 49cts tmtead af Mcts. Scarfs, l-'l-'.. B5cfj instead |1.16. 30xM, B8< ti iiistf.i.i ol 11 IB. 20x72 |1.18 in<.t--ad 5- '-''' Poinl d' 1 iprH S in%, kXkti irotead nftl 60 White corded and ligured White Ooods pique, assorted patterns, AlmOSl I5cts. in-tf ad of .T>cts. Half Price. Whitr corded dimuy, 7cts. instead oi tl Victs. 40 inchflfl wide India Lawn, locts. instead of l.r)CtS. 40 inchrs Wide India I.awn, 18#Ctt. in? stead ot .lOctS. Soft Nainsook, 86 nu-hes wide, ItjietB. in? stead of lOctS. Aiso 86 Ifichei wide good quality bleached Mus'in, .r-cts. instead of Tcts. Fine soft tinished vard wide bleached Mus lin, 6*rt$. instead of 8cts. Carpet rugs, 2 vards long, at OOcts. Rugs. each. Bath cork rugs. $1.00. La Paris worsted rug, verv durable, at % price, 8.00. 3oo Turkith and PersUn Rugi at o.oo. 8.50, 7.iV)and 10.00, marked '4 price. Parlor. I iburv and Dinine room rugs, 4x7 ft . 8.60; 6X1 fl., 6.O0; 9x13 ft., 9.00. One bale of needle made Kelim at $4.7.'). Just the article for cosev corners. Women's Tailored Suits, Ready to wear. The Spring season is in these suits. with this difference, when Spring really comes such finely tailored suits will cost 20% more than these prices. AT ll 75?ln plain cloth, hl.ick, blue, brown or g-een, with stylishtop coat, silk lined, skirt lined with per calme. AT 18.60?Ib Camel's hair ser^e or llluminated chev lot, black. blue, brown or gteen, willi fancy tafTeta liriinur., top coat effrcts, wit'i ifltifl faJngj. AT 20 00 ln Eaglish Cheviot cloth, with blouse coat, han.aso'nely bimmed with rowi of braid, and lined with taffrta, skirt lined with percahne AT 61 00? In nne Rroa I cloth, lined with changeable Ufletl v'.k, coal and skirt elaborately braideJ, the colors are black, navy, Yale blue, brown and jrrfl?n, Ways The upholstery depart for liotise ment on the 3d floor Cosiness. front under new man agement, overflows with the new est simijestions for home decora tion, draperies, Cosey Corners. Moorish effects and countless little touches tliat cost little but look much. These price items may in terest you. 150 24x24 4ofa plllows, covered with Onanlal IfaVflflby at l OO, l 16, l 50 each Emhroi lered velour covers for library tables, 8 2n to 5.5d e.,. 2<i'i p.iirs cotorcd com spot chamber curt.ims, red, blur arid %'een, at 1 UH pair. 40x50 tnch whte fish nei rurtain mntenal at 14cU yard. BeJ sets in lace. dolte.l rWBB and French net with lace ruftle, 5.00, rt 00, i W Shoe boxes, colon to m.it.h yourronm. toorder.it 6 50. N'-w it) es and colo ? in shirl tvai t ca^ei, 1 05 up Co?ev corncri, 18 00 gnd B6 00 lajrwar/da, as on rxhibi tion. \\'"..low shades, ilip covers, awningi made .nd put up lo o'ler 60 par? ..ierbv portiere*, in S colon at 2 00 pur. Optical (ioods. Gold plated spectacles, with straipht tem ples oi riditflg bows, and a good quality French lense 50ctS. Gold plated eye glass, with offset or adjusta ble cork j^uards, and good quality French lenses .".Octs. 10 kt. tfold frameless eve jrlass with redticed sprincr shell offset patent nose guard and extra large lenses at 8.00 foimerlv 5.00. io kt. gold eye frjasi chtin with patent holder Ol h.ur pin 1.00. Gold pl.ued eve glass chains, with p.itent holder ittached !5< t& Silk Waists ?'".; new^ralk waistj in i hv i?,iiia,i taffeta plaids, Koman 196 Instead stripes. Aangeable ?!ks Oi 6.00 & ()..i0. anti black tatTetas, shirt w.ns! ttyle, all new .md this season's manu ? ? ? 1.91 nstead t>l 5.00 and B.BO. Good percale fhirt waisti in neat patterns, white linen and sell detachable collars, at 49cts and 60cts. Good gingham shirt waists, in verv desir abie checks, seli detachable collars, at Bicycle waists. made ol iftcking cloth, tan and brown efTect, sell detachable collars, .it 11.50. Wrappcrs A new lut o( ^U"J Percale , wrappersin brown, rtayycar . dmal and moirning enectS, Petticoats. I])i(je (ighi ntting back, front .md collars braid trimmtd, special 'litcts., regulai 98< ls. A choice lol ol TafTeta silk petticoats in the newest sh.idings. aiso plain black and Roman stripes, made with deep umbrella ruftle, corded full size, special 14.08. Extra quality black s.iteen petticoats, made umbrella shape, deep ilounce tucked, at 98< is., regulai $1.15. F"ine stripes seersuckef petticoats, umbrella stv lt-. deepflounce, Mcts., regular $1.48. ;?.' inches wide bleached ?aD'c latitl h.un.isk, $1.00 vard l.illCflS instead ot 1.15. and "- inches wide tine qualitv ! lanncleltcs. double satin llam.isk, 1.40 yard instead <ii 1.75. ?.!?? iihIh-s "Auie napkim to m.itch, 2.15 do/en, instead ol 8.50. '.'i? inch Damask Napkins, l.50do.ten. ?^4 inch Damask N.ipkins 1.45 do/en. v'4 inch liamask Napkms, 8.85 do/en lianrielettes, good assortment of patterns at 5ct6> yard instead ul cicts. Broaklnt 'X-orTtieemertte. Drooklnit .Uocrtiectnente Brooklrm 3Ut>erti_eiturrti, BROOKLYN. Bicycles as Merchandise. $50.00, 1898 Spalding Wheels, One of the few really $100.00 wheels. The Evolution in Prices. The bicyclc business has gone through preciaelv the same process pf weeding out as did the sewlg machine and other businesses whicli were govemed by patents and old fashioned methods. The resultn nt to-dav the leading makers realize that to be successful al! unnecessary expenses must be eliminited until nothing remains between the maker and rider but the smallI legitimate profit made possible .by mofa, methods ot retailing. ln short, Bicycles must now be treated as merchandise. We were the tirstdry goods store to offer an admittedly high srade wheel. Many shook their heads. but the correctness tf our nosition has been nroven This year alter a careful studv of the entire situation. we have selected the Wdina wheel because we believe it to be the best. and because we believe that no chain wheel made, fexceDtinc Soalding Racers, practically the same wheel. but with more expensive details) is worth more than 150.00 at retail. The Spalding is one of the very few wheels that was sold at $100.00 through the entire season of 1SU7. The makers guarantee their UU wheei to be better in every respect than any wheel they have ever made. so that although we offer itat $30.00, you know that you are getting at this price as good a wheel as it is possible to make. If you pay more than $50.00 you simply pay for expenses that have no place in modern merchandism_r. Every thin_c vou want or that can be is in this wheel, beauty, stren^th, reliability, smooth running, andi name than which none stands higher. Men's Roadster, $50.00. Women s Roadster. S50.00. Mens and Women's Chainless. $125.oo. Racer (special), $75.00. Juvenile, Boys or Girls, 22 inch wheel. $25.00. 44 24 inch wheel. $.?>0.00. " 2<\ inch wheel, ^5.00. tACCl'llllli .1^.1141111 China, Cut Cilass and Clocks. The end of the China Sale is not yet there is still an unusual num? ber' of rich. beautiful things, large in quality and small in price. Better take advantage of the sale before ifs too late. No l.agjjing Interest in These Silks. Daintiness itself among these beautiful designs and new colors. The variations of a hairbreadth in a line of coior may alter the whole effect in a pattern, hence it takes the genius of an artist to arrange the colors with taste; you will reco^nize his handiwork in every piece of these exquisite fabrics. 2,r?00 vards all silk I rnivriHe Glace Taffet.i. hn^ht, ' rtrong cloth, this se.nnn's most popular fabric for skirts an.i w.iisis, at MctB. vard. 23 inch printed Upanrv Silks, nrw deiigm on Mack and colored ground, also navy and white and black ?nd white s'npes at BfctS. vard. 24 inch prin'ed Foul.irds. oxtra flne and heavy quality. di ik* Bgai pitterns, in Afttrrt variety ol designs, at TScts yard 27 inch Lyons pnntcd Foulardi, exdusive style.s in b'ack and navy (rround, floral and BayadereelTecfs, very fme and durahle cloth at 1 00 yard. 44 inch black silk brocada grenadine, new goods, nrw dwijrns in floral aud conwitional patterns, at ^.Vts v.ird. 44 inch black ?ilk grenadln;, beautiful fine i?Tade, in ,tvli?h plaidk aud jtripes efKts at 1 35 varl 45 inch black silk grrnadine novelties, 4-er\- fine and and extra hravv quality, new b.irre efrcds, rich, handsome designs ir. scroll and floral d^igns, at I 2.') yard 44 inch black silk grenadine, iron trame and Armiire weaves, at 1 25, 1.50, 1 75, I.OU yard. Linin^s. Fast black moire percaline, 3<; inches wide. 9cts. yard instead of 12>*jCtS. Imported all wool black moreen for skirting, 86 iuches wide, 4(.)cts. yard. Washable Laces. Point de Pans. Normandy. Valenciennes, Torchon. Cluny aud Maltese laces and in serlions in sets and odd wulths. suitable tor trimming summer dresses and underwear, at 3ctS., oCtt., Tcts.. lOcts.. 12'jcts., locts., 19i ts. .ind ISctS. vard. Mousseline de soie. in black. ivorv and colors. 59ct$. vard; also black Tosca Nets, 4'.icts. yard, instead of S'.'cts. and '.?Mcts. Our novelties in Robes, all-overs and flouncintrs. span^led, embroidered and jew eled. unique and exclusive, our own crea tiuns, are well worth seein^. Second tloor front. W Tnir Another lot ot Fashionable Wnt vvriiing in_ p>per fl stv|0S 8 si/cs and I apers. g ,mts at ?octs. box, containing 120 sheets, were SOctS., 65ctS., and ?.">cts. box. rnvelopes to match. JctS. MCkage, S.500 Taliv cards. 4 stvles, best quality, locts. dozen, were 20cts, Duplicatc whist padi printed on fine linen paper, containifig ">-t icore cards, ?J.icts. PUying Cards, Outing and Tourist, lvicts. peck. Toilct Articles. Honev and Almoiid Lream, is particularlv recommended for rough, hard and irri tated skiti. '.'.Vts. Tincture BeflZOifl (made of pure Siam Ben loin) gives the skin a satin like sottness, ?j <>/. bottle* j uts. Ren/oin lotion, 's recommended tor all skin diseases, 89ctl Cucumber Cream LOcts, jar. Toilet (^erate :t'.icts. jar. Best quality cold cream lOctS. and 2,r?cTs jar. r-le-sii food, l'.'ctv (.tcme Siinon in tubes 2^cts. ()x/vm H.ilm .r>octs. and 1.00. Lanoline cream ifl tubes l?cts. and 3?cts. Complexion brushes. made of reai badger and camel's hair HOcts. Bailey's rubbcr complexion brushes, 3-_t__, Luckv Prices in Dress Goods. COLORED DRESS GOODS. Here are some in good qualities, stvles desirable, some of them last years it is true. but thev are as good as this scason's. and 'the prices one-half the cost to import to-dav; vou will really find the savings to vou worth looking 50CTS. GOODS FOR 25CTS. 40 inch silk and wool plaids, four good coior com binations at Mktfc 40 inch all wool chevnot mixturet, stylish over checked efTects, al CScts 39 inch tmport-d lispe Suitms^s. pretty colors for children's wear, at ,5cts. 79CTS. GOODS FOR 39CTS. 44 inch all wool French chevtotJ in styltsh Spring nrxtures at 39cts 4.1 inch silk and wool Fancies at 39cts 4!> inch all wool mixed suitmgs at 3'Jcts. 1.00 & 1.25 GOODS FOR 4.ICTS. 45 inch bK wool Scolch Cheviots at 49cts. 45 inch all wool imp^rted plaid, at 49cts 1.25 GOODS FOR 59CTS. 44 inch silk and wnol noveltj/^n all Sprng colonS Gtcts. FASHION IN BLACK DRESS GOODS. Gren.idines, Ofpons. Bavaleres, B?ra_ei, PopFiB, '.'? i -, Ei ngalines, Pbss**, Hamani Daaaaa, The late>t l'ar;sian N )ve!ties are here n be.vl.ief nj variety. What think you of such prices as thest All wool black Orepon Twilla at '9cts All wool black Jacquard fiizures, 19ct*. All wool black Satine Broche 29cts. All wool black Momie cloth. 2Wcts. All wool ClBpon Jacquard, 89cts. All wool Poplin Ar-nure, 4ft.ts All wool Cheviot Cramte, 4ikt _ Dress Ginj?hams at 5cts. 250 pieces Standard A F C A~ 'kea* Glngfums, good designs and coloririgs, in checks, piaidi and stripes, wiii be sold on Monday at Vts varj. No superlatives needed fof v.ch g-vds al such price*. Section C, exf'eme rear. Annual Hosiery Sale. But It's the Last Day. In the face of a rising market we were able to give our ciistr.mers some ridiculouslv low prices last week. To-morrow is the last day of this sale; it would be well to take advantage of such pnces before the onportunity is crone. REGULAR 19CTS. FOR 12<;CTS. PAIR. ChilJren's fine quality two-thread black riboed cotton hose, Bpbced hee's and toes, guaranteed abs.ilutely stamless, sire 6 to ftl^ REGULAR 25CTS. TO B5CTS., FOR 19CTS PAIR. Women's fine guage .nd medium weit;ht colored Cot? ton hose. high spliced heels and doubie soles. tan, mode, black and lancv Culorad uppers, with black bootsj aiso Men's black and tan 60-Knuge douhle sole cotton ha'.t hose. REGULAR 35CTS. TO 39CTS., FOR 86CTS. PER PAIR. Women's extra quality Ingrain colored lisle thread hose, ipliced heeii and toes, tan ind black, plain ?nd ribbad, alto Men's bBBB HflBlfld bhck md tan cotton half hose BaeUflB C, flflrtflaflflfl rwkT More Chances m Ribbed Underwear. REGULAR 19CTS. AND 25CTS., FOR 124GTS. FACH. Vv'omen's fine quality ribbed Egynttan c tt-n veiO, low neck, no<;lee\'es, silk t_p'- B*ch J"J ?rn_, also Children's whlte ribbed 4e>ts. Mfh BBCk, long and short sleevcs, w.tli pants tJ iruun. REGULAR 85CTS. TO 35CT&, FOR 19CTS. EACH. Women's extr.i quality *hite ribbed COtt< n ard M thread vsts, low neck, no sleeves, with MM '*?? in neck and air House Furnishings. A Itmited number of Trunks, Baby Camages, Refngerators and uas Radiators most ofthem manufacturers' samples, diflerent kinds ano desicrns excellent makes, some have a few hurts on them it is true.no practical harm other than forcing us to sell them at muchbelow costw dispose Of the lot. Here are a number ot other items of vital pna m tcrcst to you. ('..rbage Cans, ISctS., werr aaetl Brooms, lOctB , were I7cts. W'ash boardv, Tcts., were 14cts. Nickeled gas torches, lOcts , were lH.ts [lover e?i? be.ite:s, Tcts . were lOcts Babv basKets tfctl , were Tftctf to $1 '35. St.indin^ work batkctS, 4.Vts., were TiicK to $1 50. l.oeser's CafDSl Sweeper, nickeled, $1 M, were $- 48. Nickel plated tea .ind coifee pots. S.Vls , were *&&? tfl flflOB. Carversand forki. 1.00 pair, were 1 tfl Folduig CtMt BaBfBT*, K'cts . flfarc JOctfJ Agate lin.-d Carbflfljfl OkHk, Mktt . were NdS Good dtsh drainers. lOctl . flTflffl lo\ts Acorn toap. 18 cakes for fttctl Amnionia, 5ct? buile. What of Those Men's Shoes? 3.50 to 8.00 kind for 2.50 to 3.00. Enamcl, Un and calf, made on the newest shape lasts mea um round or full round toe, some lined with drill and other full leaina lined, beautifully finished throughout, all the very latest improvemeno* shoes that will please the best well dressed man. Note the de.v anil prices. .1114 1 l ' I I V 4- ."> . CalftkiB, medmm round toe, hard leather box, iirelully lined 4sdth diill, medium Beavy hall B*t*BKOn o.ik tan soie, 'J M Caldkin, s.ime stvle, and same description, but full round toe, 1.80 Enamcl, uma last, haarvy oak tan, tull eitenaion soi bo.crftop.EnfhBli BBtk tAky,Mm* mjg_l* Knad I 75. t.att.2 lintd 1.00, ta* cota * ,nj h.,,kvhardsole>,:WW * V>"f^ ^ ? ot s doIlM ihoo, and tm ih* are* aBd om <?.lw TanStonfl Ru j leallw Imed, I ?. Callskin. Kanaaroo lop, kathci bned.l .?? Not n, tull rxtrnsion sole, ' < aiivKin, Baragarw u Economics for Men. Fifty Cents for One Dollar's Worth. The men's furnishing store beiiig near the Fulton Street tnTOJ E can slip in easily, be served immediatelv. and pass out qwcvi L.lll "?I1J> Ul Wl.-llljl, l'\7 .^ClVlU IIIIIIK V.U.11V l 4 , aaaa*. j ? ^k roubie to take advantage of these items though tneyarew any amount of it Men's and boys' collars. oftlOO linen, s.ime quality as used in licts, collars, 10c ts. eaeh, 6 tor SOctS. Men'l and bovs Cllfh ot 1100 linen, our special I5ctli quality. l^cls. pair. Men's fancy satin scarfs in sevcral shapes, this season's designs, 49cts. quality, 25cU. Men's cantab elust.c webbing Wjffmm the regular oocts. k.nd. lid* PJir' Men's lancv Domct tlannel MgM shirtt ? regul.tr doliar quality at WCti. Men's fancy Domet flannel n?ghuhirt$ tW are regular 76cts. Quality ?t m<**>