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l Stern Broth ei:s -
. To-morrow, Special Sale of
Imported Cloaks • and Wraps
Comprising Many of This Season's Most Desirable Models
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
And in addition . '•*" ,
Pongee Paletots, at 516.50, 24.75
Taffeta Goats, several models. $14.50, 19.75,. 23.50
Attention is directed to a choice selection of
Silk Shirt "Waist Suits
Including Princess and Two-Piece Styles, in all the new effects,
comprising Checks, Stripes. Polka Dots and Plain Taffetas.
To-morrow, will be offered
A Handsome Model, of Taffeta Silk, with lace yoke
and cuffs, New Full Pleated Circular Skirt, in fancy § « » ■ EA
stripes and plaid checks, light and dark colorings, at a *•«**<
Real Value $27.50
WOMEN'S SUnriER LINGERIE DRESSES
Specially prepared for this sale at the following prices:
PRINCESS GOWNS, trimmed with Valenciennes Lace,
of Silk finished Batiste, in white and delicate shades, $24.50
of White Mull. Embroidered, at 17.50
of Checked Dotted Swiss. •
in delicate shades, lingerie yoke and sleeves, at 14.00
POPLINETTE SUITS, in white and various shades, lingerie
collar and cuffs, handsomely trimmed with lace.
With Eton Coat, $17.50 With Hip Length Coat, $21.50
Annual Clearance Sale
Misses' and Girls' Apparel
MISSES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS, $31,95, 13,95
Heretofore $18. 50. to 37.50
misses- JUNIOR SUITS, Heretofore $10.50 to 20.00 8.95
MISSES' TOURIST COATS, $5.50, 6.50
Heretofore $7.95 to 10.95
MISSES' COVERT JACKETS, $4.95, 5.95
Heretofore $7.95 and 10.50
misses' skirts, Heretofore $6.95 to 10.50, 3.95
GIRLS' DRESSES, " 5.95 to 9.75, 3.95
GIRLS' REEFERS, $3.95, 4.95,
Heretofore $6.95 to 16.50
CHILDREN'S coats, Heretofore $4.95 to 8.50, 2.95
Boys' & Young Men's Clothing
Continuation of Spring Clearance
Norfolk. Sailor and Russian Suits, $■* eft c (\r\ 1 >ie
of Screes, Cheviots and Worsteds, *«5.5U, S.UU, /.4£>
Were f 5.00 to 14.7?
Reefers and Top Coats. Formerly 55.00 to 0.7* 3.95, 5.00
Washable Sailor & Russian Suits, Formerly $2. 50 to 5.50. 3.95, 2.25
Boys' Pajamas, also
Washable Blouses, with and without collars. Usually 95c 69c
Imported and Domestic Straw and Cloth Hats, ,_ _
Tarn O'Shanter, Sailor and Continental shapes, C 1C 1 >C, VSC
Formerly gsc to $2.;*
Young Men's Suits, of Serges, Worsteds and Cassimeres, <tiA e?A*
■;; to j8 chest measure, Formerly $14.75 and 16.4?, 1 U. ■»?'.'
West Twenty-third Street
ARMY AND JVAVY NEWS.
fPro'm The Tribune Bureau.]
Washington, May 19.
ORDERS ISSUED.— The following; orders have
hetn taned: ARMy
ARMY.
Captain EAMI'KLi HOF, Ordnance Department, to Sea-
Kirt, September '■'•.
Detailed to enter class at Infantry Cavalry School. Fort
T,*«ven-wortfc. A<Jsru?t ::•: First Lieutenant I'ITOM
BIRXIE. Jr.. MORRIS E. LOCKE and DENNIS H.
- CURRIE. artillery corps.
Lieutenant Colonel JAMES PARKER, 13th Cavalry:
Major* ELI I). HOYLK. artillery corps, and HER
BERT J. SI/wTM. 2d Cavalry: Cajiiain ELMEH A.
I. FAN. asuistant surgeon, and First Ueutenant*
WILLIAM W. RENO, assistant surgeon, and HAM
ILTON BOWIE, fnh Cavalry, recorder, detailed re
tiring board at Fort Riley.
. Chaplain OLIVER C. MILLER, 13th Cavalry, before re
tirinp board at Fort Riley lor examination.
NAVY.
Lieutenant Commander •'- H. L. HOLCOMBE, to Naval
Hospital. Mare Island.
Niirtmsni J. H. TOM detached the Dupont. to . nrr. ■
mand The Stockton.
Bur*e«-in H. D WILSON, detached Naval Hospital.
Portsmouth, to the Dixie.
ra»i?ed AKi'.stant Surgeon I. P. TRAYNOR. to Naval i
I! apital. Portsmouth.
I'acsed Assistant Paymaster B. A. M'MILLAN. to the i
IMxic
Naval Constructor 7" L. FKRNALD. retired from Orris
Heiehtt, to home.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.— The following j
rii<ivcnipnts of vessels liiive been reported to the j
Kavy 1 N partmenl :
ARRIVED.
Ma% M T.- . HarMebca lal I
* Slay lfc — The Scorpion at Santo l>ominuo City; the !
Wolverine at Wai 111— ■ Cit«'.
BAIT^ED.
May 1" — Th. Msrh.ehead froO| Acapu'oo for Amapaia.
May IS — The Wasp from Boston for Newport; the I^aw»n !
from Honolulu for Mare iFlland; the Baltimore from ■
Fydnoy for Auckland: the Paducah from Pan Juan for I
Sanchez: the Wolverine from Markinaw City for Erie. '
DETENTION PEN AT CONEY ISLAND.
Sapid Transit Company Prepared to Handle
Unruly Visitors.
The Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company is fully
to cope with the crowd of "third class"
visitors who have heretofore been taken to the
Coney Island police station. At the terminal of
the Sea Beach express route, which Is in front of
l^ina Park, a pen resembling the Bills Island de
tention pen has been erected. Here the passengers
ere held after they leave th» cars coming from the.
I until the company's plain clothes men and in
erector* are «itiefie«l that they can -be allowed to
*»• Coney Island.
T?i- delay last night in leaving the express trains
resulted In loud criticisms, and at times the crowds
w*re Incline* to be ugly, but the railroad company
had Ita array .** > l!l * uslles" ready to keep the
fvew rcrkcrs !u plac*. - v ,Z
To 2eav« Cocey Island on the express trains It Is
Bow re*e«sary to co tnrough the detenUoti pen, ou
the coath •■$}* *** »rack. Only 4 tow pafis«nger»
ft %. time will be allowed to pass through the r*:.>«
Tie detention pen Is the result of the many ar
riwts made by th» railroad detectives Just week
cad Is -over«a with warnings that any pernou who
en-.eri! m. v«r throu«i> the window will be arrested
On?: all- Cooney. who is In charge of the epeclai
polls*, ni *re*tlv saUsft><l with the new idea.
n'tiea. m declare*, gicee him full control of the
SCHOOL JSS' WINS GAVEL.
Tribune Prize for Debate Won in
Hot Contest.
After an exceedingly close contest. Public School
188 beat Public School 20, in the debate for The
Tribune gravel last nifrht at the latter's schoolhouse
in Motl street!
The subject of the debate was, "Resolved, That
the Use of Machinery Has Been Beneficial to the
Laboring Classes." The affirmative was taken by
Public School 188 and the negative, by Public
School 20. For the former school the pleaders were
the Massrs. B*rgla*s and Kngel; for the latter,
Messrs. Eisenbere. IJppman and Bloomerkranz.
Three judges bad been appointed* to decide the
contest, and they had a hard task because of the
even quality of the efforts of the young debaters.
In the end those on tl»«- affirmative Bide of the
question got or,", points, against 545 for the nega
tive, and the gavel was given Into the custody of
Public School ma.
Besides the debate, there was an address by Mr.
Federman, of the lonian Literary Society. Public
School ivs. a , ] recitations and selections by S.
Aaronwitz, Antonio Peluso, J. Rosenthal and H.
Bucnroan, L. Kantor, Max King and Antoirlo Pe
luso.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
miniatitif: almanac.
Sunrise 4:42 Sunset ":15|Moon rt«<?B 3 :3S| Moon's age 27
HIGH WATER.
A -Sandy Hook s:Sl!Gov. Island 6:26[He1l Gate 8:19
P. M. — Bandy Hook «:<XtICJov. Island «:40|Hell Gate B:.'J3
The Nleuw Amsterdam, report »-d by wir'-less yesterday,
will dork to-morrow about S a. hi. The Minneapolis, also
reported, will dock to-morrow about 3:20 p. m.
- INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. From. / Linn ..
EneterCity Swansea. May 5 Bristol
«*h«lmette •- New Orleans, May 14. Morgan
ElNurte.... Ualveeton. May 14 1. . . Morgan
6ablne Mobile, May 14 Ma I lor v
Punnonta Naples, May 7 ( -unard
MONDAY. MAY 21.
•Nleuw Amsterdam. .Rotterdam. May 12 Holland-Am
•Finland Antwerp. May 12 * . a.. ,i K t a r
•oaraca« -...Han Juan. May us Itcd i,
•Furnwela Glatrow, May 12 . . " Anchor
•Tennyson .....Barbados. May 14.... Uunu'& Hoi-
Minneapolis.. U-jr.drm. May 12 Atlantic Trans
Proteus .New Orleans. May a... Morgan
El Valle Oalveston, May 10... > Motgaii
San .laclnio aalveatun. May 10 . . ' Ms 1 lory
Kiiii>a-< city. Savannah. May 18 ....Savannah
TUESDAY. MAY 22
Fri«drlch der Urosae.Bremen, May 12 ....N G Lloyd
Wfc4-NESr»A\. MAT 23.
VF^^P r ie " " vv 7 pOo ii May 10 ...White Star
Jjaltr-ar Naples. May 11 M « Lloyd
R'^Uc Naples. May 12 ..WhlteStar
•Brines mall. ■
OUTGOING STEAM
MONDAY. MAY 21.
***£?<» fj01n1n.0n..:..: .-'! i. c — ,3!1
riKSDAY. MAY 22.
FZ£ i ?s,&,'Z&.>!° f, M:s"iisal
I yz^r&s^v^™* £^ Sis
NEW-YORK DAILY TRTBFXE. StJ2?PAY. ' MAY ■ 20jnflll.
=— C *
Stern Brothers : „..>
will offer Monday in their
Silk Departments
5800 Yds. „ /.!"'-: V ,i (O c
Changeable Louisine and Chiffon Taffetas, 4rO
in desirable colors, Regular Value 85c Yd.,
And a large collection of Fancy Silks, _/_._. .
comprising Checks. Stripes and . a") i 3
Broche Effects in Taffetas and Louisines, at
' — ' --
Special Sale of
Black : " Dress , Goods
2000 Yds., S& c
Imported Voiles, bright crisp finish at .
Regular Price 85c Yard
An Importation of Table Cloths, Napkins and Towels
At Reduced Prices.
tabie { 2x2 yds., $1.88 2x2j<, 2.35 2x3, -2.85
:loths ) ;'.■ 2Yz\l%, 3.38 2)4x3, 4.00
napkins, Breakfast Size, $3.90 Doz. Dinner Size, $2.95 Doz.
HUCK TOWELS, 2.85 "
SCALLOPED VIUCK TOWELS, • 5.50 **
Decided Redactions in durtaims
Colored Madras and Sash Laces
RUFFLED NET CURTAINS, 3 yds. long. 85c, $1.25, 3.95
Were $1.25 to 3.00 Pair
SILK CROSS STRIPE CURTAINS, $1.50, 2.50
Were $1.95 to 4.50 Pair
IRISH POINT LACE CURTAINS, f $3.25, 4.25
Were $4.50 to 5.50 Pair
NOVELTY SASH LACES, for Window or Vestibule Curtains, 35C, 45C
Were 50c to 75c Yard
COLORED MADRAS, double width, - 50c to $1.45
Were 75c to 2.25 Yard
AWNINGS, WINDOW SHADES AND FURNITURE SLIP COVERS MADE
TO ORDER. LACE CURTAINS CLEANED AND STORED DURING THE
SUMMER. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR STORAGE.
Upholstery Department
Furniture Coverings and Drapery Materials Suita
ble for Country Homes, Much Below Former Prices.
FRENCH FROU FROU TAPESTRIES, so in. wide, $1.95
Were $2.50 Yard.
GERMAN FIGURED VELOURS, 50 in. wide, Were $2.50 yd 1.90
FRENCH COTTON STRIPES, " " " ; 100 "\ 50c
! Were $7.25 and 8.75 Pr. $4.75, 6.50
ARMURE PORTIERES - -
Leather Applique, Were $12. so Pr. 0.5U)
.Mosquito Canopies and Hammocks in a large Variety
1
Summer Rugs and Mattings
Large assortments are now shown, including
WASHABLE COTTON, INGRAIN, KASHMIR, HOFI, CALCUTTA,
ALGERIAN, WILTON, BRUSSELS AND SMYRNA RUGS,
ALSO JAPAN AND CHINA MATTINGS.
Also To-morrow,
China Matting, Value $9.00 Roll of 40 Yds., $6.00
Japan Matting, " 11.00 " ••' c 9.00
Small Oriental Rugs, at $8.50
Regular Value $11.00. v
West Twenty-tlhJrd Street
-
HamUton.Norfb.k,OMWnicn • • ....—• 3:o* *m '
Caronia, Liverpool, Cunara I
WEDNESDAY. MAT 23. - •
oo^nlc Uverpoc ,l, WMte SttT I*? P *" , » 'I*l P m
Ponce. Ponce. NY& V n ... .. »:3Oam 12:40 m
Prtli^Win mIV ay ™D W I Hll :00 am 1 :<H> p m
r „,} TrtStdad uu. ',- 11 :30 h m 3:00 p m
rur Wba Nuo\ Ha. Q Mun»on 12*0 m Bno p m
i-roieik New Orleans Morgan U:» m
Man Marcos GalVßHtf.n. Mfcllory .l.oni 1 "'
Alconauin Jacksonville, Clyde. , 8:'"' pm
Jcffereonr Old Dominion 3:00 pm
TRANSPACIFIC MAIL".
Destination and steamers. Close In N. T.
Australia (except U>»t). Fiji Island* and
Sew Caledonia Matieno (via Van
corner and Victoria, BO To-day. 6:00 p m
Guam and I'hlllpplne l»l:ui<(s- US
transport lyjgun (via San Kranclßco)..May 21. 12:30 am
Hawaii. Japan. Corea and China—Man
churia (via San Francisco* May 21. 12:30 am
Japan. Core*. China and Philippine Isl
anils—Tango Mam (via Seattle^ May 21, 6:00 pm
•New Zealand, Australia (except West).
New Caledonia, Samoa. Kuwait and
Fiji Islainf— Sonoma (via 3an Fran
cluco) May 27. 12:30 a m
•II the <*unar>l steamer carrying the British mall for
New Zealand doe* not arrive in time to connect with this
dispatch, extra malls— clocinar at 12:30 a m, .":.':(> a m,
8:80 a m and 6 p in; Sundays nt 12:30 a m, 4:30 a m, 9
a m and 6 n m— will be made up and' forwarded until the
arrival of the Canard steamer.
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Saturday, May 19, 1906.
Steamer Guthell (Ocr). WlAe, Havana May 11!. to W D
Munson. with molaswH. Arrived at the Har at 3:10 p m.
Steamer Weehawkm. from Shields. Oft Sandy Hook
Lightship at I i:> )• m.
Steamer Qold»boro. Curry. Philadelphia, to the Clyde
Bs Co, with ui'Yh.'. off Highland at 4:45 |> in.
Steamer New York, Roberta, Southampton and Cher
bourg May 12, to the American Uiae, with 232 cabin and
."i77 iteerage iiut-.-jfiiß^r.s, malls and mdse. Arrived at the
Bar at 2:54. p in. - -
Steamer Weehawken inn. Pollock. Shields May 3. to
Philip Ruprecht. in ballast. Arrived at the liar at a
I' in.
Steamer UR<.!it«-r, from Port Arthur. Ps sad in Band*
Hook at 7:15 p m.
Steamer Kaiaerla Auguste Victoria <Ger. new, 14 KB7
tons), Kopff. Hamburg May 10, Dover 11 and Cheibourir
Vt. to the Hamburg; American LJne. with 4DO cabin and
1,700 it>"i!iK< passengers, malls and mdse. Arrived at
the Bar at « p m.
Steamer Campania <Br), Varr, Liverpool May in and
Queenstown 13. to the Cunartl Steamship Company. Lid.
with IS2 cabin and tfl« steerage i>as<eiiKHi malls and
mdsc. Arrived nt th^ liar at 12:10 am.
Steamer lxml»e (G>'T). Wagner. Hamburg April 28 to
Kunch, Edyo * Co. with indue. Arrived at the liar at
2 am. ■ ; . "*" «
Steamer Ponce. Harvey. tSuanlra. May 3 Aeuadlllo -,
Areclbo 7. San Juan H. Humiu-ao <|, Arroyo 10. Jobos ami
Ponce 12, to the New York and Porto P.leo Steiirnrthin
Company, with 2» pua«enK#-rs. malls and tndae. Arrived
at the liar at 11:25 . m. 18th. ArrHtd
Steamer Vent «Br). Abbott. Huolva May 1 to Ilordlnir
& Co, with ore. Arrived at th« Bar at II p m, lMh
Steamer City of t^ulumbus, Smith. Savannuh May Iri
to the Ocean Steamship Company, with* pr.E«encer« »•..!
mine. Left Quarantine at .15 am. '
• :-t*jmer El Mar. Burns, Oalveston May 12 to the
Southern Pacific Company, with'tndFe. Left uiiaiantine
at 6:07 a m.
SUiii^? Bail 4Uroosa JVclntosb, Oalveaton lUj- 12 and
mcdm e dL W Titt ir> b U ar^L Ma aV O rf^ ?B<? "~*" * nd
s r ;^^i S'w'&^rer
ffggSSSfftSSS* "r^i 6 - « Arrl^atthe BaVatW:«rmT
Fowev Mn | belI Rl 2'. Wat »vn. Plymouth April 25 and
v"V ,£, '• Wlth chlna " la /- t( > Hammill i nill*»rle.
at lO:3O°a nT'*""' PCTIC ' * Young., Arrived at the Bar
fjtea.nrr Monroe. Hulphers. Newport News and Nor
folk, to the Old dominion steamship Company, with pas
sensory lv mdae Left Quarantine at 2:W p m
A Bteamer Her-nudlan <Br> - Kraswr. Bermuda May 17. to
md» u,?"*',*.^ *■"* 12S> passengers, malls and
mdse. Arrived at the Bar at l»:3O am.
n/ "^ Hook i N .- Mlv '"■ »:30 p m— Wind northwest,
light breese; cloudy and haiy.
SAILED. *
Steamers Mesabairßr). London; £t Paul. Southampton
via Plymouth and Cherbourit; KonlKln l^ilse (G«r). Naples
?„ t 7i7",' il i L mbna lUr>> Uvurpool via Queenstown; Zee
land (Mr). Antwerp via Dover. Sicilian Prince (Br). Naples
and f Palermo; C l!a <Aust) ' Naples. Venice and Trieste:
Qraf Waldersoe (Cer). Hamburg via Dover; Columbia (Br).
Glasgow; La Bretagne (Fr). Havre: Manchester Merchant
Br). Newport Ne.ws:Narragansett (Br). I^ondon; Brilliant
(^. > ;^T St 17' I *?'- c^"«' ro »»>. Newport News; Brew -
atcr (Oer>, Uowden. Jamaica: Cherokee (out on trial triD
and returned); l!l-r (Nor). St Kitts and Demerara-
catbo. lit Guayra. Curacoa. etc; Carolina. San Juan and
Mayaguez; Mcrida. Havana; Tintoretto (Br). Manchester-
Mohican fßr>, Newport News; Pydna (Br>. West Bay.'
N 8: Alleghany (Gen. Kingston. Saranllla. etc; Finance
Colon; Windber, San Juan; Jefferson. Norfolk and New
port News; hi Paso. New Orleans; City of Memphis Sa
vannah; m Siglo, Galveston; Orinoco (Hr),. Southampton
via Kingston, Colon, etc; Chesapeake. Baltimore; Linda
(Br) Montevideo, Rorarlo, etc: Wlnyah. Philadelphia;
Cai.rivi (Nor), Dunkirk and Newport: Werdenfels (her).
CS»pe Town. Al oa Bay, etc; Apache, Charleston and Jack
fur) Bristol 1 "'" 01 K y W ** t and Galve " : w >«» City
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN POUTS.
Scllly, May l»_Pa W ed gteamer* MarteHo (Br). Scheckell.
New \..rk for Hull; Barbarossa User). I.iiurrt-uter
> N orn \i r " f i"^i y . m; uth - ««"rtiourir and Brernf™ '
Leghorn. Y?.rk Salle(1 ' steamer AU.-e.la (Br). Wards.
MovllK May lU— Hailed, steamer Caledonia *tßr» Bsater
■ from Glasgow), New York »s«te r
l;utt of Lewis May Ilk-Passed, steamer Oscar II (Dan)
hagen ' k f ° r Chrlstiansand and Copen-
Ponta Ferrttrla. May i*- » M «-l. steamer Prins Wlllem I
ilMH.lo. N>b-jer, New York via Port su Prlno*
HaV rFr) M A y .ii. 9 NSw a Y TO rir ßaUed ' "'•«»•' Provenc,
Liverpool May IS-Salled. -teamer. Bo™ 7 Br » Kerr
<Br). Pbtter. New York, via QuVenstown Etrurta
Southampton. May la — Sailed, steamer 8t Lo'uia. l.m
Ca nßt.n B t.; N< iT25 y p r m). VU CherboUr « <«« wEftS OSS*
Dover. May IS — Passed. steamer Main icon v««
Borell. Bremen for New York ai.,> Baltimore
Palermo. May is — Arrived, steamer Napolitan Pri n
(Br», Ea^leton. Naplen for New York nlaw
Rotterdam, May 10. 2 p m— Arrived, steamer Ryndam
(Dutch), Van der Zee, New York via Boulogne
a m. sailed, steamer : Htatendam (Dutch), Brulnsml.
New York via Houli>Kne. "
Trieste. May 15— Hailed, steamer Mart* <Ae«t). ' C*cW
Umlcb^MvW Xoxk. . . i . 4
Lord & Taylor,
Muslin Underwear Dept.
Monday, May, 21st.
Gowns, Chemises and Skirts,
98c, $1.25, $i.9S> * 2 -45-
Drawers, 50c., 75c, 98c, $1.25.
Odd Gowns and White Petticoats
(at reduced prices.)
Silk Petticoats
in Black and Colored Taffeta, best quality;
37. 39. 42-»" en »
$5.95, $6.95, $8.75.
Kimonos & House Gowns.
Striped Flowered Mull Kimonos
at $1.85.
House Gowns
in Fancy Flowered Lawn : St $1-95
In Flowered Dotted Swiss, at $3-95 & $475
Short Kimonos
in Flowered Lawn or Mull .... at 98c, $1.25
Odd Fine White Lawn Wrappers
and Dressing Sacques
at about 16 their value.
In/ants' Outfitting Dept.
Lawn Caps, 2 5c. ; 50c, 75 c, $1.00,
value 50c. to $1.50.
Lawn Bonnets, 50c., 75c, $1.00,
value 75c. to $1.50.
Embroidery Trimmed Sun Hats, 50c.,
value 85c.
Infants Imported Hand-made Long Dresses
from $1.50 to $3.75.
Short Dresses, 6 mos. to 2% yrs.,
from $1.50 to $3.25,
(at greatly reduced prices.)
Aprons.
Maids and Waitresses Aprons
in fine lawn with Gibson or square bib and bretelles,
trimmed with embroidery,
at 50c, 75c, 98c.
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Aye., Nineteenth St.
Lord & Taylor
Special Sale of
Summer Floor Coverings
At Attractive Prices.
China and Japanese Mattings.
1 500 rolls of these excellent Summer Floor Coverings
in a wide range of figures and colorings; regularly
sold at $9.00 and $12.00 per roll, we mark them this
week, $5.50 $6.50, $7.50 & $8.50.
Oshkosh&CrexGrass East India Moodj
Carpets and Rugs & Mourzouk Mats,
in artistic designs especially desirable
and colorings. for veranda service.
Domestic RugS of every conceivable weave, style and
colorings, especially adapted to Summer furnishings.
Special Rug Offering.
375 Fi ne Antique Mousouls*
regularly sold at $1 5.00 to $25.00, will be sold this week
at $10.50, $12.50, $15.00, $16.50 & $18.00.
The attention of those desiring carpets is
directed to the exceptionally choice lines being dis
played in the following standard weaves.
Wiltons, JBody Brussels,
formerly #2.25 per yd.. formerly $1.50 per yd..
at $1.50 & $1.65 yd. at 5i. 12% yd
Wilton Velvets, Axminsters*
formerly $1.50 per yd., formerly $1.35 to $1.50 yd..
at $1.15 yd. at 85c. & 97^c. yd.
Broadway and Twentieth St. Fifth Aye., Nineteenth St.
Bremen. May 10. noon -Sklled. steamer Oronser Kurfurst
(Her), frehn. New York via Cherbourg.
■Cherbourg. - May 19, A p m — Sailed, steamer M Louis.
Jamlaon. from Southampton for Now York: lHth. 1:15
|i in. t)«uiachland (U*r», Kaempft. from Hamburg
and Dover for New York.
Brow Head. May ID — ranted, steamer (presumed) Kansas
City din. Lewis. New York for Bristol.
Mollondo. May IT— Arrived, steamer Karl of IKiugUs
(Br>. Jameson. New York via Valparaiso.
Newport,- May 17— Arrived, steamer Ruda (Hr>. Itennett.
New York. .
8t ThoOMis. May 18. I p m-Arr|v(«d. steamer Xuot ,Rr»
rraaar. New York for Demerara. '
Liverpool. May 10— Arrived, steamer Lucanla (Br) Watt.
tfim York via v»ueen».own. .;•.■•
I«» J anflnx. May 17— Hatled. .teamer c ** « rrtacw
Proposals. „';
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pORT SLOCUM. X. Y. MAT I*. lCC '^
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