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K A Great Bicyclo Bargain! A Oroat Bcyao Bargain I
GOLD STANDARD BICYCLES, 21.50.
I fAtf r- We're stil1 selIinff the "GOLD
I U JSiL STANDARD" at this remarkably low
fP'fflf n"i ''' pi'ce "r'iere"s nothing: i the way of
I & )X'I IV L I tejSlfe a bicycle bargain anywhere to approach
jj B l tf I yS f fck I if I fr I j jay--
$ w"Sjdlf 't Rememr, these wheels are made
e rf r seam'ess tubing and are fitted with
H" JW HygienicSaddles and guaranteed tires.
I; iiWIm") you are '00m? or a liable and
ffi- II IMrUjJj thoroughly up-to-date bicycle for a
1 l y low price, this is your opportunity.
Bicycle Sundries This week's specials !
f "20th Century" Lamps 1.55 Tourists' Cases, Leather bound, finest
I' "Dmler" Lamps 1.29 ., s&Vk Bnckot ?ft2
I -New Departure" Bells 25c DlxoU GnphUe .' .' . . . , '
it "Veeder" Cyclometers . . . . . 84c Trousers Elastics .,,,.., 5C
S " Climax" Luggage Carriers ... 35c Trousers Guards ....... 2 c
I;
I Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street.
I nTJATTANl3EACH.
Jh Swept by Ooeau Ilreese.
i Sousa's Concerts, IHZ
If Pain's Fireworks, ?;r.rSX!
4 Parry Opera Company.
I "VERY LITTLE FAUST'Sg:":
W: rcti i siadiso Qii.nr nooF o.tunn n
Va Vr Every ere1 at 8. Inoludlng Sunday, T
;'I k CONTINUED SUCCESS OF THE f
i CD ' riirtxtn cosctuvrs O
!rr , bt the metropolitan permanent ZS,
Jt. O ORCHESTRA. U
Sfi B0-IS8TRUMENTALISTS 80
"- ; TU-SllillT, HOMIIST H1UUT. O
l& O admission, not. S
FLOATING ROOF GARDEN.
IE STEAMER ORAND REPUBLIC. FARE. BOc.
f Every evening. Including Sunday. Sudor 30. rcarl
I3J Andrews. Lew Hawkins, Sam Ryan, others. Leaves
5 W. Mdst. B:1B; Battery Landing. H:3 Bridge Dock,
E Brooklyn, 8:15. Returning UUP.
BfPITHJ Continuous Performance.
BaCID I! O 26c. BOc. Noontolll-.M.
TAC1ANU, 0 CASTILIAN8. OREAT UIOOIUl'Il
(new views). JAR. T. KELLY and the a ROSEBUDS.
ARRAS and ALICE, 40 others.
PASTOR'S rJSSSSW
IOcBO (. li r, M. Seat, ao and ao Out.
HILTON AND 1'OLLIE NOBLES. THE NAWNS,
MAUD NUGENT. LUM1ERB'3 CINEMATOQRAPUE.
$ KOSTER & BIAL'S KS5. Ad?lJ0"lon
pr, va;dkvii.lk a.u I'lio.nEVAUEonrniaTiiA
;St COMfKTU from 7:30 P. M. nntll midnight.
f? THB CtKH.TniTIIIRLOPTIIKTUWXl Wheel
5 CASMJD! jNlght. Aub. 131 100th Night. Aug. S8I
, Only "Aeat. Openl Only Thing to Seol Icea to Ladled
' Hoof JQllo ft New Burletq.. " Llttla Calno."
I 1LYMPIA ROOF G AKDEN.
KT - BIO VAUDEVILLE BILL.
'$ Wnntfd Jrtmnlts.
I THE SUN
p Harlem Branch
i 9 WEST 12STH STREET
ip' A A. WANTED Model flgure: bust. 38: wallt. 28
iC fa. In. I height, B (t. 0 In.: age, about 2S yearrn nous
; but perfect figure need apply) good altuatlon: ret-
.fence, required. 184 Oth ar.
Sf T5LANK BOOK 8EWEB wanted: also numberer on
j. X Campbell machine. Apply ?1-H1 Croiby it.
Jf pilPLOVEES OF KINNEY BROTnEBS' BRANClC
If, J-i stampers and bozmaken will report for work at
tfi once; all other employeoa ou Monday morning.
5. THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMl'ASY.
fj "V8TR1CH FEATHERS. Wanted, preparer., aeweni
cV -f buhcnero, and packer; ateady work; good pay.
Ht 8AMUEL LEVY. 6B creeckertt.
m OSTBICU VBAT1IKII8. Wanted. Ilnt-clau curl-
'Jfe erstno other, need apply: ateady work. ZUCKKR&
m- JOA8PHY. 71B-7I7 Balway.
SS"'1 TITANTED Flnt-claai ostrich curler.; work glren
gi- Wont. ZUCKEHAJQ8EP11Y. 71o-717 BroadTway.
Sfe', "lirArlTKD Oooa tuner reatner maker..
Mi T ZUCKER A JOSEPHY, 710-717 Broadway.
J Somwtic trvanttf Wnntea.
. W ANTED French girl as chamliermald and walt-
'r,' rewi city refereme. Call at 6B Weat 05th t., 0
;. to 11.
, '
F ' A YOUNG LADY dealrea a poltlon for general light
j a-work. In doctor'a or dentin', omce proferred;
$lh tx' reference, furnished. Addreu llr.. JUNG, Hi!
fit Greene ar Brooklyn.
I' ltuBia i,a fi.
A I - A RESPECTABLE YOUNO JIANwould ilkcToiuion
KM .J! night watchmau In store or bulldlnga: can fur-
it ulh "t reference, from laat employer.
L LEWIS. 7B East iSut it- baiemcnt.
SgoHtfltH nnd Schools.
uf gr Bo "1 " Meo-flty and ConTryT
v SACRED HEART ACADEMY,
' 8 Cathotln Boarding Schooli educational ad-
, jantagea un.urpa.jed( open all year; fall term begins
' ' pt. 7. Addres. Bro. ATJOL'af, Weat Chester. K.Y.
i Law School.
N. Y. Universitv B'tr-wrd ,r
ra " uiiiviiiailV openaOct. 1, 18U7.
?8 I ... CUI UAV OLA88ES
t Law ocnool lld. ittm
m CLASSES (LL. B. after three yean), iafly s'eulou's 11:80
9A to 0 and 8 to 10 P.M. Tuition. 1100. ORAUUATE
IV CLASSES Twelre couraea. Fir. required for LL. M.
if, yo'.:lrcul" ""M" I J. TOMPKINS, Registrar.
ijp Washington square. New York city,
jj' NEW YORK I ""THchooTTuoTlroadway. "
Jii aiu cpunni ( K"n'n eheol, Cooper Union.
Hff lie. LL.IL In two year.; LL. M. In three years.
, Bend for catalogue. GKORUE CHASE, Deau.
if Uualaeaa Cellegea.
f- if A LL ummer, day, erenlngt Metropolitan Short-
1 fi J- hand Hchool; room cooli elerutorsi all graduate
il placed. 1 B0 Other,
. ajMiiu&g Chanrrs.
fA fT!?L8.sJA,1rorrprlce
. fV W.000; unincumbered! this place Is doing over
. ,0C0 monthly builuessi only reason selling, owner
leading the city. Apply to '
MoDONALU WIQQINH. HO Nassau
A 2?,i??llJ',C.ON.,'E?Tf0N'RY' "A"' CIOAIl
I f?0" on Kulckrrlocker ay., Brooklyn: Lrtue
1.00: rent only IIS. on mint room.) bargali.
I MflJOftALD A WlGtJI.N8 14o"sas.,u.
J1Sn,Jfi,'''. "rrjr dMcrlpfloii, itoneon the premlsesl
i-'A?,' . clr,'ulr- 'nl or billheads. ,0 cents
f per 1.00U up; other wur: equally Idwi .penal orders
at rew hours' nnilce: laMsfactlon ulrcnt trial .ulk-ireii
Ml" .1! 1'"'-NT'Mi AWU STATlOSWtr CO.. ill wl.1
" 'PI1K ADVEHTTsElt, wU.) U auransfully operaiTnTa
,?, ores a.ll., Post Onice, l'atersoo, N, J,
efo air.
MiilaaaaaaaSi'l'fi -lii mm' J'L.-' VSaiifc.W'imv J.-.-J
Rummer c8tjsort)J:
NEW YORK7
LONG ISLAND.
Manhattan Beach Hotel
Oriental Hotel
Now Opon.
T. F. 8ILLF.CK. MAKAOER.
Kee Time Table Excursion Column,
nicycllats can now ride direct to and have their
wheels checked at Manhattan Beaoh Hotel.
mm BEACH HOTEL
A.u coTT.iuia, xoir opi:v.
40 Minutes from New York rla L. 1. R. R,
HEW BOULEVARD FOR DRIVING AND BICYCLINO
COMPl J.TED TO THE HOTEL.
NEW SANITARY PLUMBING THROUGHOUT.
A. E. DICK. LESSEE AND PROPRIETOR.
LONG 11EACU, LONG ISLAND, N. Y.
Swept hy Ocean Breezes
CLIFFT0N HOUSE. PATcnoQUE. l. i.
Ttlght on water front. An Ideal spot for recreation.
Surf and still water bathing, boating, fishing, muMc:
JT00 rooms. JENKINS A CLIKFTON. Prora.
Sharon Springs.
SHARON! SPRINGS, NX
PAVILION HOTEL, Open June 15.
JOnN n. GARDNER A RON.
SHARON HOUSE,
Open Juno 1st to Oct. 1st.
n. P. 8HARP. Prop.
IiAHGKST AMI MOST lOtll'Lirri: NI'LPIIVB
BATUlXUaHTAIll.lginiKVr 1 TIIR V. 8.
PAMPHLETS ON APPLICATION,
OATSK1XL1 MOUNTAINS.
HULSE'S MOUNTAIN RETREAT.-Superlor loca
tion; accommodation best for SA; no malaria or
mosquitoes: railroad Catsklll to Cairo, then carriage,
or address H ULSE. box H 7 Sun omce.
NEW JERSEY.
THE ALLAIRE. Spring Lake, N.J. Directly on the
beaih; remodeled and Improved. E. 31. RICHARDSON.
S.auofortM, (Drnans, &c.
OROAN SUITABLE SCHOOL OH MISSIONTtwo
manuals. 18 stops and liedals. hand and foot
blower; cheap; also grand piano. Sao Ocean ar.,
Jersey City.
rpnitwiTft at mm; a i vs.
7 Oct.. medium site, tlfto 13 monthly.
7nOctM large size. $200 an monthly.
Others at from ia 8.1 mouthly up.
GOKDO.VS, 130 Fifth aie.. bet 20tU A '.'l.t ats.
Qfi ELEGANT 7 1.3 octave upright piano: cash
Vr"Jc wauled; stool delivered. 10U8 Broadnay,
corner 47th at.
gtrgouat ilotirw.
AUSOLVTB 00 days' resldenc.
UllomiS. HOUUATT A CAIIUTHERS
of DAKOTA have Eastern offices. Itxo Broadway.
MV WIFE. Mrs. Wm. C. F. Boyer, having unlaw,
fully abandoned me wlthoutcause, I heroliy give
notice to all persons that I will not Iw responsible for
any debts contracted by her. WM. C. F, BOYER.
SUPREME COURT OP TnE STATE OF NEW YORK.
First Judicial Department. In the Matteror the Ap
plication of the Board of Rapid Transit Railroad Com
mlasloners of the City of New York for the appoint
ment of three Commissioners to delermlno whether a
Rapid Transit Railway or Railways for the convey,
ance and transportation of persons and property, as
determined by the said Board, ought to be construct
ed and oporatod. Application No. 1 (Upper Route,
Publlo notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
ArthurD. Williams. John sablne gmlth. and George
W. Youug, having, by au order of the Apellate
Division of the Supremo Court for the First judicial
Department, entered In tlin above entitled maitvr,
and bearing dato the second day of July. IHD7. been
appointed Commlasloners under and In purauauce of
Chapter 4 of the Laws of 1801, entitled "Au
act to provide for rapid transit railways In
cities of over one million Inhabitants," u
amended by Chapters 10'd and .inn of the
Laws of ISli'J. (.'hapten B28 and 7A'J of the
Laws of 18U4, Chapter Sill of the Laws of 1UUS,
and Chapter 729 of the Lawa ',t 181UI, to deter
mine and report after publlo hearing of all parties
Interested whether the railroad determined upon by
the Board of Rapid Transit Railroad Commissioners
of tho city of New York, and mentioned In the peti
tion of the said Hoard presented to the said Appellate
Division on or about the Hth day of June, 1807, and
filed In the oftlre nf the Clerk of the said Appellate
Division on tho 2d day of July, 18U7, ought to be con
structed and operated, do hereby appolut Monday,
thenlnihday of August, 18W7. at eleven o'clock In
the forenoon, at the omce or the Board of Rapid
Transit Railroad Commissioners of the City of New
York, at No. USfl Rroadway. In tho City of New York,
ns the time and piano of their first sitting, and that at
such sitting, and audi adjourned sittings as may
be thereafter held, thy will hear all persons Inter
ested In tho said matter.
Dated Now York, 2sth July, 1807,
ARTHUR D. WILLIAMS.
JOHN HAIIINE SMITH.
O. W. YOUNO.
PARSONS. RIIEl'AIll) A OODKN,
THACY, BOARDMAN A PLATT,
Attorneys for Rapid Transit Board.
xnirjslouff.
A N OCR ANTR II " FOR 0c.
ROCKAWAY BEACH.
STRS. UKN'L SLOCUM AND UltA.M) RHPUHI.IO.
West M St.. 8:40 A. M.. lu.llll A. M., UKKH
l:US P. M 1 West lOlh St.. b.60 A. M.
10:18 A.M., 1:45 P. M.i Battery Landing .
y,!li!.A;.M",1.0i40 A- M' 8;06 '' M'' "u Itouml
Dock, Broukl) n, U.30 A. M- 11:00 A. M, Trip. BOo
W. i"'.' 1"1"' ' llJUO A. M 6 ami Hun.. o0
8.30 P. M. Irtii.lr.
25c. 25c."
B ISD0I(. BAXKS.
25o. llOCKAWAY 3EACH. 25c
Hally trips hy Iron sti-aiiitinat nlpr, I'-nvlnt Kist
Sl.tst.. MV AM .V IS 1'. M , Hatlerj. lA 10 A.M."l
d.io P.M. jetiiriiliig, hating HiicLaiuy la ami U
P Jl Hound trip, H.-ic i children, 1.1c.
flXr-EI.l.F.NT FIS1HN(I,-Steamer" "ArrosTKu!
A J Passengers caught our ii.oii.i rglea yist.'rilay.
I?IHIN(l DAILY Kan-, III.. eiWiv,yi buy t.ult ".Ma
V bMti ileaiiiir tCIIUYI.KUi Koal'ju, u,"" l";
Brldgii dock, UiiMAlyn, 7:d0 Battery, I., Franklin,
l!'-"' ilt.M'iiN
CEA IIASS FISHING -New twin screw jteamer AI.
p KOhl KB. Imlll In h- for safetj, speed, and com
furl: dally from East K.ld si., 7 1U Uatterj, b.-.'O
sharp; fsre 1. with balli ladles, OOo. "
WBT 1MIIM, ABWIII'lllill, aud IMIt'llll.
HKKPaiK dally RXCtUtaiov (except Rundays)
by Palace Irou Day Line Steamers Now York and
(SX(UV(tt0Rr
LAST STEAMER
TO KIONDYKE.
Wo ltnvo cxolttslvo tiontcltirr fur tho
stnitushlit lluinlioldt, xuillntr from
Hcullli- Aub. 1U lo Hi. Mluhnol, Alus
Uas the luriio ntciiin ImrKfH to Daw
son Clly on Itlonilyko nrrlvlnu Sept.
in-fU1cin is lipninv winter ots
In. llooni for UOO piiNscnRors, Taro
$!IOO, 150 poiuiils ImKffOKo free.
One thotiHnntl pound oxccbii, lO
ceiils it pound. Now slootnor, ex
peilonciMl Captain, seventh trip
to I lit! Yukon. ItcHorvntlons mntlo
only In rntincotlnii with Qrcftt North
ern ltiilluay tli'kuls.
liust chuueo to rooch Klondyko by
stcnnicr this year.
For particulars apply to
K. 1). HI'KNCHU, Clcnornl AROnt,
Groat Northoru Hallway,
a75ll rontlway, New York.
EVERY SUNDAY
SPECIAL OUTINQ TRIPS.
Tho most attractive of all.
Long Island Sound by Daylight.
TIIR TW1V SCIlKtV aXVISIt.
Richard Peck,
TIIR PAHTRMT RTRtMRH l TIIH WOIU.D,
leaves Pier 2D, East River, foot reck slip, every Sun
day morning at 0:80, connecting at N.w Haven with
tnomiguincent steamer
C.H.Northafin,
arrh Ing In New York on return at 7:30 P, M. same
day, allowing slay of over one hour In the beautiful
"City of Elms."
STATEROOMS AND RESTAURANT AT REGULAR
PRICES.
Orenalr and saloon concerts of a high order by
Eben's 71st Regiment Band.
Excursion, SI. Children. Half Price.
TKOLLKY 1MHTXES Special arraneemenU liars
bfen m add vJth trolley eyitcm at Kew Harento
alTord pftiweiiperaa one-hour tide throuib tho princi
pal thorouBhfaivii, paulDg the col I ego bulldlncsaud
mibllu parks, and theoca tbrouKb the celebrated
whalley ar, to Wentrlllo. returning In time for
teamcr going to New York.
Manhattan Beach.
Train, leave FOOT EAST 84TII ST., week days,
0:00,8:40,7:40, 0:20,11:00 A. II.. 12:10, aud half
hourly from 1 :10 to 0:40, 0:00, and half hourly from
0:10 to 10:10 P.M.
KXCl-ILMIIV TirKBTH. 40 CK.TS.
Trains leave wnil'F.HALI. ST.. week days, honrlv
from 0:10 A. M. to 1:10, and halt hourly from 1:40
to 0:10. 10:10 P.M. Additional train Sat. 12:40P.M.
atXl'L'IMIO TICKET, SIS t'K.MU.
Rockaway Beach.
Trains leavo E. 3TH ST.. N. Y.. week days, 0:10,
8:00. 0:10. ll:r,0 A.M., 12:20. 1:20, 2:20, 8.80, 4:20,
0:80.(1:80. 7:20, 8:10. 0:10 P. M. Additional train
Saturdays only, 1:30. 2-50. 0:40 P. M.
KXCUItSIOS TICKETS, 40 CEATS.
Coney Island.
ci'i.tnn itoiTn.
Trains leave foot WHITEHALL ST., via Oar Ridge,
week days and Sundays. 0:10. and half hourly front
10:10 A. M. to 10:101'. M. Last train leaves Coney
Ialand 11:115 P.M.
KXl I'UMO TICKETS, US CENTS.
Long Beach.
Trains leave foot Hast 84th at.. N. Y.. week days,
0.00,7:00, 10:00,10.30 A. M., 1:20, 1:80, 2.00, 3:50,
4:00, 0:20, 0:00, 8:30, 10.00 P. M.
IRON STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
THIS O.M.Y AM-WATKH IUIl!TB TO
CONEY BSIAND,
LANDING AT THE IHO.V IMEUS.
TIME TABLE (hUlUECT TO CIIA.NUK):
From li-M it., 2it KM o err 46 minutes from H A. 1L
until U I'.M.
Krora ricr(N'ow) No. 1,N, R.. half an hour later.
From Coney Island ererr 45 minuted from 10:40
A.M. until 10:40 KM.
KX'l'UKIO. TlfKKTfl, 95 CEXTS.
Tlckeu on Bale at all downtown track stations of
the Elevated Kail rood. East Side passengers trans
ferred frto to Hattery Piece. Returning East Side pas
senKen deposit tickets at Hattery Place and are trans
ferred free to the East Side.
Long Branch Asbury Park.
Through tickets to Asbury Park via Atlantic Coast
Electric Railroad, good during excursion season 18V7,
for sale at ticket oOlie.
Ix-ae root 22d st , N. R., 0:30 A. M., 3:30 P. M.
Leave Pier (New) No. I. N. 11.. 10 A. 51.. 4 P, M.
Leave Long Branch, 12:10 P. M..8:10 P.M.
Rst-iirslon Ticket, to Irfins; llrmnrb, Tfi Cts.
Kicun.loii Ticket, to Asbury I'arli, Sl.ou.
"THE WORLD-FAMOUS PLEASURE 0R0UNDS."
I iiss.hi A delightful .all on fast
SMSmHeSaisBB.eo'1J'c steamers. Two
"-WbhB-w crand coui erts dally,
iOstl naV TaH i iMaa. Alagnlflreut foliage.
jaWnWH Hi Bal II Hs.nre lll,nl". nd hortl-
JW kTH zZoSm Bl Hb cultural wonders. Aa
! w atS-OMBb-V nnequaled menagerie.
IBa-VHHKjgSj magulQcent aviary,
pffflHHHJHHH mammoth aquarium,
aaOPTntaWlliaTxB grand museum, alt
H nV9 laaVi W ll I bb) W FKEE. Genuine Olen
V rre V tm 'Ik llf Island Clam Hake.
W wVyxs " alft I mM Dinners a la carte.
MrassBsfaMkOaafashsas "Klelu Dentschland."
7 "Tho Dairy." lloat-
r Ing. bsllilug. flshlag,
sHBavsB bowlln: and billiards.
TIHg TUI.I TI1UII LEIVI
rorti.sdifli. pt(,s.ii,3ft. ie tt,ti sua. si., is.es at., l. is. ass.
L10. 1. 1,, t.U r.U. M. I III SI., Brooll,. ,,1, IS, IS4S, 1I.IS
A. H.,IS.,l.s.,l..S.IO,S.lsr U. Z..ISd8t ,I.U, ItlL
l"..i. II U ,. II , 1113,1 11,1.11,1.11. ..IS, .lt r. ST. LBSVI
OLRNISLISP tl.M A.U. 1-rStJBt, sndCortLadt8i.,ll.ai a.M.
1X.M M. I. SI l U fir C.rtl.sdl 81 An., 1, S.S.tS, S, 1, S.T. M,
for.UI.DdlDS. KXTRA POATS erNDATB.
KXCUKSION 40 CKNTB.
Iacluillne; Ailmls.lon to all Attraotlons.
SUNDAY EXCURSION.AUG. 8TH,
NEWPORT, R. S-,
Via Long Island Railroad,
ROUND TRIP SI.50.
A SPECIAL TRAIN (Parlor Carl Attached) WILL
LEAVE FOOT B1TII MT., K. It., II. Y.TlSO A. M.
LEAVE LOi: t1I.4.MHITV.....,..,.HiOOA. M.
LEAVE FI.ATIU'MM AT,.. lllt'KLl.'V BlOOA. St,
Connecting at GIIEENPORT with the
Steamer City of Worcester,
hit at .m:vpoiit a inn p. st,
ItirrllllMMi, LEI1K NEWPORT.. ,aiOOI. M.
Only a limited number or tlcketa will lie sold.
Ticket, may bo purchosi-d on and after to-day at
L. I. R 11. Lvpots In New York and Brooklyn.
If weather la aloriny, excursion will be postponed,
and tickets purchased In advanca will be redeemed.
tCf&c. THE POPULAR ffin
W Sunday Exoursions 31
UP THE HUDSON
AsfaraaPOUUlIKEEPSIEaud return (without stop
Ping), Resumed hy the NORWICH LINE STEAMER
"CITY OF LOWELL,"
SUNDAY, AUGUST 8.
From Pier 40, N. II., next rieshrossrs st., at 10 A. M,
Leave 12Uthst. at IU:4B A.M. Music. Refreshments,
etc. Tickets, staterooms, and Information at Pier 40,
N. It. Annex boat from foot of Fulton st. leaves
Brooklyn 0:2.1 A, M. for Pier 40, connecting with
steamer, Excursion tickets at Annex Ticket Office.
SUNDAY EXCURSION
Around Staten Island
BY THE
STEAMER ST. JOHNS
HIO.ll PIKII a, .V, 11, AT OlAO P. M,
On Sunday, Aug, 8. the hT. JOHNS of the Sandy
Hook Route will make a trip around Slat.n Island,
leaving Jersey Oily station of inn Ctutral It. It. of
New Jersey at 1:03 P. M. New York. Pier 8, foot
Iteoiorat., at '.':80 P.M.
Pare for round tilp; Adults, 30c. children, un
der 12rars, 8i
1ATTI31VIJS.I'.7
1.IIM. IIIIWCII AMI IIVt'K, T,0
llirill PtltU AMI II 4 I'll, HOC.
MARY PATTK.N," U.liKRON." PLEASl'RK
RAY." tor Illnhlaml Ilea h. hiabrlght, Pleasure Buy
lark. Lung Uiaix'li, Asbmy Park aud Ocean Urove.
Li. Wist liliiibt UtiiO A M. 2'lop.M.
, llnttiry Plir H:au " 11:20 A. M. 3.00
hiilidayl.vlSlli6t.HiH0 " 0.00 ll:!l(l A. M.
luttcry I'ier 8:00 " 0 80 " 10,00
II iiii.iVIixK boat Hat letves I: Hattery. 1:211 P. M,
ONLY HOri CONNEt'TINU WITH TROLLEY.
HAilllAiii; VltEI'.i h.vIikI W. lUlhst. only.
SATUKDAY AFTERNOON EXCURSION
"' WEST POINT.
MaKA.IIEII HI A It V POIVKI.L
leaves West 22d st. at P. M.. AHRIVINO at Weat
Sii0Iihi,iA,l.'.Il0Ai TRAINS. This will give passea
r. famD" ,lme ,0 ar" parade, Oovenuaeal
, tttildijurj, e. fAUE, lot lb, rouoa Wp, L ""uaw" j
WANAMAKERS
To-day's chapter of Furni
ture Trade Sale news concerns
750 CHINA CLOSETS
Every house needs a China
Closet. Our great selling of
decorated China table ware
proves that. Every house has
some choice pieces that need
protection while they contribute
decoration.
We can show you seventy
five sorts of China Closets.
Fronts and ends of flat glass and
round; shelves of wood and
shelves of glass; backs that
are mirrored, backs that are
wood. The purse often limits
the fancy. This stock meets
fancies limited and unlimited.
Maybe you'll have an interest
in the prices of some of our
China Closets.
Of Oak, 5 ft. 6 In. high, 30 In. wide, IS in.
deep, carved biclc and 4 wooden shelves.
$10.
Of Oak, 6 ft. high, 30 In. wide, 17 In. deep,
carved back, round glass front and 4
wooden shelves. $14.
Of Oik, 5 ft. 2 in. high, 3 ft. 10 in. wide,
15 in. deep, round glass ends and 3
wooden shelves. $15.
Of Oak, 6 ft. 6 in. high, 3 ft 10 In. wide,
16 in. deep, carved back, round glass
ends and 4 wooden shelves. $1 7.
Of Oak, 6 ft. 6 In. high, 3 ft. 10 in. wide,
16 in. deep, oval French beveled plate
mirror In top, 10x18, round glass ends
and 3 wooden shelves. $19.50.
Of Oak. 6 ft. 6 In. high, 3 ft 10 In wide, 15
in. deep, carved back and front, round
glass ends and four wooden shelves. $20.
Of Oak, 5 ft. 6 in high, 3 ft. 6 In. wide, 18
In. deep, oval French beveled plate mirror
in top, 10x30, round glass ends, round
glass front and 3 wooden shelves. $25.
Of Oak, 5. 6 in. high, 30 In. wide, 16 in.
deep, round glass front, glass shelves and
mirror back. $30.
Of Oak, 6 ft. 6 in. high, 32 In. wide. 18 in.
deep, fancy rope column posts, fancy
shaped French beveled plate mirror in
top, 8x20, round glass front, glass shelves
and mirror back. $35.
Vourtb door.
WOMEN'S Aisles crowded all day
AND and every day, even in
CHILDREN'S e usuay dull month of
SHOES AuUS m. , a. ,
To-day, another lot of
Black Vici Kidskin Oxford Shoes,
best oak leather soles, new toe shapes,
all widths, but mostly D and E. These
goods are selling regularly in many
stores at $2 and S2.25. Here at Sl.25.
Prices are halved on many styles of
Shoes for small boys and girls. In
limited quantities only,
Serona door. Tenth street.
WOMEN'S Four Iots' '" correct
SAILOR Summer styles, excellent
HATS quality, go on sale this
morning with some former
prices cut down a third, others nearly
two-thirds. Not many. Choose early.
Balance of our London made Sennett straw
Sailor Hats, 18c; were 50c.
White Sennett straw Sailor Hats, with Roman
stripe band, 35c ; regular value. 65c.
Navy blueSailor Hats, 50c; thejl kind.
In black and white straw, $1 ; have sold at
$1.75.
In navy blue and white straw, $1.25; worth
double.
Second floor. Tenth street.
GAS STOVES Icea' Summer cook-
AND RAN0ES nS machines that save
largely in cost of fuel.
Choosing should be easy from this
excellent variety. Prices of some
greatly reduced.
Columbia Cooker bakes, broils and boils
at the same time, $4.50, including 6 ft.
tubing.
Wolff Cooker $6.25, including 6 ft. tubing.
Wanamaker Cooker $8, including 6 ft.
tubing.
Gas Stoves $1 to $4.75.
Gas Ranges $9.75 to $28, Including Iron
Gas Tubing, with patent ends, 3c a foot.
Iron Heaters 50c
Basement
SILVER Beautiful patterns. Quad
PLATED ruple plated. Prices within
WARE easy reach.
Candlesticks, $2 each
Fruit Bowls, gilt lined, $3.75 each
Coffee Urns, full size, 7 patterns, $7.25 to
$10 each.
Daeenieiit.
(hupp Perfectly pure Grape Juice.
JUICE A grateful beverage beneiicial
to persons with weak diges
tion and refreshing to all others. Di
luted with two parts of water and
sweetened to taste, it make a delicious
Summer drink.
In quart bottles, 50c, or $5.50 a doz.
In pint bottles, 25c, or $2.75 a doz.
In half-pint bottles, 15c, or $1.75 a doz.
Uaarmrut.
CANDY Many people show a prefer
ence for this Candy Store.
Probably because there is less to pay
for strictly pure goods. Our 60c
Candy is priced 20c more in many
stores. Chocolate covered Marsh
mallows, the 30c kind, are 20c here.
Ila.eiiirnl.
BLACK Tne goods offered to.day
DRESS were cheap at former prices.
QOODS Further reductions bring us
heavy losses. This list tells a
convincing story :
05c Figured Mohairs. 34c
75c Figured Alolulr Sicilian, 37qC
75c Mohair figured wool Grenadine, 37oc
$1 Figured Mohair Sicilian, 45c
$1 Mohair figured Grenadine, 50c
II Ucc wool Grenadine, 6jc
WANAMAKEES "'
Jl.aj Wool figured Grenadine, 75e
$1.25 Wool striped lace Grenadine. 75c
$1.25 Mohair striped wool Grenadine, 75e
$1.50 Faille Silk striped wool Grenadine, It
$2 Mohair and wool plain Grenadine, $1.50
$Z75 Silk stripe Iron frame Grenadine, Hl.50
reurlh avenue.
,mTR Bon Voyage! Your fleet
nnUnc wings are tipped with cheap.
O00DS ness. You float and fly in the
ether of economy.
Fine dotted Swiss Mulls, 32 In. wide, 25c 1
real value is 45c
Figured and striped French Brilliants and
lace striped Lawns, 8c 1 were 45c to 25c
(4 In. Irish Bureiu or Sideboard Covers.
75c; values $1.25 and $1.50.
Large Size Lawn Aprons with embroidery
Insertion, 35c, were 35c
Broadway.
IUNDKERC.HEFS styA " VwprS
comparisons, showing the money -saving
on pure flax Handkerchiefs.
FOR WOMEN
Plain hemstitched white and mourning;
values up to 20c. Here at 10c
Some 35c and 35c Handkerchiefs go at 15c
FOR MEN
Manufacturer noticed a few drop stitches
then a drop price. From 20c to 12L2C.
Of extra fine linen, hemstitched, values up
to 50c Now 20c
Breadvray.
tiir nirvn p Rodman Bicycles. We
RmiATinM begin the day with all
SITUATION for menj'and a fcW(
well assorted, for women.
MEN'S RODMANS, $26.50
WOMEN'S RODMANS, $27.50
Orders will not be booked.
Handle Bart will not be changed.
Chapters follow each other rapidly
in the history of our Bicycle selling.
The operations count thousands of
Bicycles. But of all the offerings the
best is the latest the Rodman.
The original trade-mark you shall
never know that's a part of the bar
gain. But the Wheels 1 Know one by
ownership and you'll know that your
profit is two hundred per cent.
Of course:
CONTINENTALS, 1893, $50
CONTINENTS. 1897, (ONLY MEN'S) $33
WOMEN'S ere are wo 'erns
BICYCLE concerning money-saving
SUITS chances for wheelwomen
generally. Stylish suits,
and the prices only a fraction of their
real value.
One lot, of homespun cotton mixtures 1
made with nobbv Eton jacket and divided
skirt, pretty and" graceful; entire suit is
well finished; all bound; inside seams.
Worth $5. Reduced to Jl.50.
Another lot, two styles, one in tan covert
cloth, made with Norfolk waist and turned
down revers at neck. The other in tweed,
nude with Eton jacket, prettily braid
trimmed and silk-lined. Both have divided
skirts that look well either off or on the
wheel. Values are $3.50 and $10. They
go on sale this morning at $5.
Second floor, Broadway.
BASKETS Japanese Telescope Bas
kets. Convenient for ex
cursions and picnics. These new prices
are much lower than those of yesterday:
14x9 I6xt0 17xlOLj 181x13 20Wxl3U
55c 70c 85c $1 $1.25
A neat Shawl Strap with each.
Basement.
BOY'S Prudent parents will
CLOTHING aPP!atef t,115 offerinS for
the little fellows.
40 doz. unlaundered Waists, In light and
dark colors; good quality. Very cheap
at 30c each.
All-wool Knee Trousers : good strong ma
terials and well nude, 75c a pair. Worth
a third more.
Second floor, Tenth street.
MEN'S English twilled Silk, best
TIES old st'Ie PrintinSs- Batswing
25c promenade and string Ties.
Have been 50c and 75c.
They all go at 25c.
Mint It nlrert
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co.,
Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts.
jgatH gjoticris.
PUDI.1C WOTItiti '
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OP THE COM M OK I
COUNCIL. IIOUM No. 8, CITY HALL, NEW (
YORK CITY. July VV. Ib87. (
Tne Dry Book, East Uroadway and Rsltery Railroad
Comnauy hating llled Ha ncllllon. Iesrlrg dale the
S7th day of July, 1HS7, with the Common Council of
the Clly of New York, applying for lis consent aud
permuislon to tho construct Ion. maintenance and op
eration of a double track street surface railroad aa au
extension and connection of lis existing railroad
tracks between the following points: From the exist
ing tracks of said company ou Park Row, at or near
the Intersection of Uroadway aud Park Row, con
nectlug there by suitable curves, Itches and appll
anoes with said company's railroad on Park Rowi
running thence, upon, along ami through Park Row
to Rroadway, at the intersection of Uroadway and
said Park Row; thence southerly through, along and
upou Broadway to Fulton street, connecting with
said company', tracks on Fulluu street bysultaulo
curves, switches and appliances, to Ihi operated by
horsepower, cable or electrtu.tr other than the over
head trolley system, or any form of mechanical
power, the uso of wbloU shall bo approved and au
thorised as required by law.
Now, therefore, pursuant to directions given me by
a resolution which was adopted by the Common
Council on the 87lh day of Jul, 1 HOT, and apurnied
br the Acting Mayor July UUth, 1807. notloe Is uerehy
gli en that such application will first be considered on
the S3d day of Augunt, IHU7, at one o'clock In the
afternoon, at the Chamber of tho Hoard of Aldermen.
t? 'J? c." !u'.'' .,u "" "F ut Jow Vork, and a pul
Ho hearing had ihereon v"-
All persons Interested In the application are notified
to be present ut tho time and place aforesaid, and au
opportunity v. 111 bo given them to lw heard In rela
tion thereto. WM. II. TEN EYCK,
Clerk Common I'ouucll.
JJUPLIO NOTICE.-Appllcatlon having been made
. to the Hoard nf Railroad Commissioners of tho
Mate of New York by The Second Avt-uue Railroad
Company of Nc York city, under the prov,lnus of
Section 100 of lh. Railroad law, for approval of a
thauge of motive power from horses to au under
ground current of eloctrlclty in theoperatlouof Its
railroad upon the following route, to win
Commencing at Second Avenue and One Hundred
and T.nty-nlnth Street or the Harlem River, thenoe
aoutherly along Second Avenue lo the Intersection of
said Avenu. with Stuyvessut and Tenth streets, and
thence southwesterly along Rluyresaut street across
Third Avenue, Ulfbth Street, and Fourth Avenue to
Astor Place, and thence through and along Astor
Place to the ea.trrly side of a roadway.
Motlce Is hereby given that a publlo hearing on said
application will tie held by the Hoard of Railroad
Conimltstoaers, at the Common Council Chambers.
sTi, ell.. STo-lif!. at'7' " W"ln"d'. U
, ClttRI.Vrl 0. EeFREEST, Bscxelary,
MEAUm a
West Fourtitnth Street. f
FRiDAy, as Usual, Bargain Daq, I
Why Waste Wordo
In Great Long Dissertations
When Figures
So Eloquently Speak?
This Is the way This Is the way
S,LKS 80 t how LADIES' APPAREL, soes
InohriareICremronfeBllki .89 .10 . . . .. t Value irow
lnohFlguredJapaneiBllk . .10 cl WrPPtr-lUiht and daik; .70 80
Saloon Plain Colored Taffetln. . .86 J"" WP.!!TiU,M a4 " .00
Stripe and Check Wash BUk. At .20 Chtaa BUk Shirt Waist. g,08 j 8fJ 8
S7 Inch Nary and White Japans ,4 .80 CJdn. flllk Teag owna-Uo. trim 9.00 3.OB i
87 InohJlf ore Japans finest quality .89 .30 ? xw? reaies-laoe IrlmM 8.00 fi.oa 1
Blaok India BUki plain and figured .45 .20 olka Dot Lawn Breues-Val laoe s.oo 1.49 J
ruoceaedOroi Drains rwvr design .78 .40 f0 ;nil,--rlnVo: waist and skirt 8.00 8 OB I
Bilk Grenadines plain, figured ana itrlped Wnen Plane ana Crash flnlt. 7.0a 30B
were.B9tol.5-noTf .89.ol.6Q Pnpaa IJnen and Pique BulM n,08 6.08 1
Wool Ontlng-satln lined Jaokel j.0,00 jor
Crash Dress Skirts, full width .eg '?
This Is the way Una Deltas! Linen BklrU 1.9. gg
FB.Ni7rl Cnnn? qnandOrshDreMBrt o,8 j
rArilSy fciUUUa go WoolCheekand BrUllantin. BMrta 8.50 i
Value sTow All Wool Serge, strapped saanu o.OO e'nn
Leather Belts-Bicycle pooka .9 .40 TtB English MUtturee b.00 2.08
Grain Leather Shopping Dags .89 .10 All Wool BlcyoU Bnlu ig.oo 0 0Q
Stationery 48 toOO sheets-withXnT. .SO .1 AU Wool Bathing Bolts j.49 jq
quire box-Linen and Satin finish .89 .40 cy Combination BatMn Bult 8.S8 fl 70
10 Kt. Oold Filled Eyeglasses 1.19 .00 Tailor SUtohed Cloth Cape. 8.00 1.39
. dx. Bone Handle Pinner Knives 1.49 .08 All Wool Cloth Jackals, all oolori COO 8.49
Steel Pen Knives-stag handle .SB .IS
Wostenholm Jack Knives stag handle .70 .40 TM. I si.
Keen JEdgeBh,ar-large else .73 34 "nlSISinewey
Briar Wood Pipes-latest mouthpleoa .00 .24 nTLDICO mcnn -
Briar Wood-SHilnoh real ambei .70 .40 DttBICa WEAK 80e
Fidelity Clars-box of 85 1.00 .08 Infanta' Outfit 0 oleoeai were SOT o
Fine White Imbrolderies-8 to B Inch .18 .10 mltt '00
Men's all Linen Hemstitched Hdkfa .17 .IB1 B Cambria Slips comprising;
Ladles Embroidered Handkfs .18 .11 9 Cambria Day Dresses '30 s
Blaok Bilk Laos Parasol Coren f.00 .98 8 0am brio Skirts JJQ "io
Ecru and White Lace. .19 .11 1 Embroidered Dratj 'So
Down and feather SUk Sofa Cushions 1.49 .08 1 Embroidered Skirt 'kq
8 Flannel Skirts .qq jjg
This Is the way ,B!?Prtw,'U,m,niklrt ori '
8 Barrows .3f n.g
DOMESTICS to nann.lBno. .16 .30
Valna How 8 Caahmare Bhlrta .fie 68
Rival" Musllns-full bleaohed 8 6T B Pair Bootee. g 27
Bilk Emb'd Flannels ready shrunk .09 .40 8 Bib 3 jg
White Canton Flannels .10 7ia 1 Bacqu 10
Whlto Domot Flannels 0 4V 8 D1P ,60
Mill Remnants of Caatontlannels Half Prto ZZ
0.0
This Is the way This Is the way
THESE NEEDFULS no LINENS So
Vain Now Value Mow
Stamped Komle Linen scarfs 84 Inch .84 ,10 Down Honeycomb Barber Towels .48 ,ao
Stamped Pillow Shame 8 Inch hem .88 ,24 All Linen Towels Knot fringe 18x88 .18 .10
Stamped Linen Scarfs 8 yds. long .89 ,24 Damask Towels-Knot fringe 48 loch .15 .13 m
Silk noso Supporters all color .81 .12 Hemmed Hack Towels extra long .18 .12 S
Black and Whlt-lse 84 toSO Inch .81 .12 Cream and Whit Turkish 80 tneh .83 .21 M
VelveteenDressBlndlng-allcolors po.lt) .12 Turkish Bath Sheets 8 yards long 1.25 .60 9
Fine qualities aUcolors Syardpleoe .18 .12 All Linen Checked Olass Towelling .10 7S H
Murray and Lanman's Florida Water .49 .30 78 lnoh Bleached Bootoh Ltnani .83 .89 m
No Groceries Sold ln M
iVJo Liquors Our )
No Drugs ) Store3 V
SA TURD A YS WE CL OSE A T TWEL VE. fc
MTg.skt,aaaaTaygaawasvaxgTgg iVs
aStltct lonta.
East Side.
LEXINGTON AV 184 Pleasant rooms, en suite or
singlet excellent table; table board; term reason
ablet references. t
West Side.
1 ftTH ST.. 87 WEST. With board, pleasant double
i-J and single rooms; transient or permanent 1 rea
son able rates.
Q-ITII ST.. 87 WEST Handsome, cool rooms; ex-
Ol cellent board: summer rates; transients ao
oommodated. SMet aonirfi atooMjja.
AsnLAND PLACE, IB, near Fulton at,: superior
board and room S0 lmprOTeminU; piano; cen
tral; good home.
Weat Bide.
GREENWICH ST., SlO.-Large rooms, gas, reading
room, dally papers. 60c. nightly; 8 week upward.
1 QTH ST., 40 WEST. One large and single room In
1a refined, quiet house : gentlemen only ; references.
OU ST., 14 WEST. Handsome suite; private batbi
O square and single rooms; permanent or tran
sients! references. LBLAND.
A.-IEVT BVIUIIKOS.
Northwest corner 7th ar. and 140th St., one block
from elevated station: finest location In New York: 4
and 8 large all outside rooms: open plumbing; great
Inducements. Rents $10 to tin.
Apply en premises.
COLUMBUS AY., Rll. 8 large rooms, tmprovs
ments, BIB; August free. Bee Janitor.
IEROY ST.. 38, NEAH-nEDFORD. Single fiat. 4
J large. Ilghtrooms; all Improvements: low rent.
OQTU ST., 03 AND 64 EAST. Attractive fists. 4
00 rooms, bath, range and private halls; rents low;
see Janitor.
1 njJT'l BT- s WEST. Elegant large 8 rooms, bath,
AVTX steam heat. 83. Bee Janitor.
TstKtII ST., 848EAST. Apartments of three and
A.tJ four rooms; all light rooms; cheap rent.
1 IOTiFstT. 010 WEST.-O large oorner rooms,
J-rO bath, l 7. See Janitor.
eurttisHtrl SV,9 So 5t.
ATrlAND APARTMENTS, unf urnUhed. furnished;
In desirable locations! rent (840 to 18,000.
FOLSOU UR0TUER8, 80S Broadway, cor. 13th at
cutniuhfil fbowtt to cftt gounttB.
NA NTUCKET, MTsscilfr CottagpsaTru minutes
bearh anil village: near boteli; fully furnlsbedi
bed, table linen, blankets; Wannaeomet water; stable;
B bedrooms; J100 balance season.
EASTMAN JOHNSON, S3 West 88th st,
3lufim.,jlua aomjJ Wauttd.
ONE ROOM on first or second floor. Address Batch
City, P. 0.. Qeneral Delivery.
StvtlUtjn Qouista So tt C5lty.
DESIRABLE U0UBE8, furnished and unfurnished.
In dratraide locatlona; rent (1,80010 10.000.
FOLSOM Jl IlOTH ERS. 030 Broadway, cor. 18th st.
Q9U ST., 88 EAhT.. corner Park ar. Pour-story high.
v stoop house, unfurnished: V bedrooms, 8 bath,
rooms: One ordiri gas ftxturos; poasesalon. C. C.
box 100 Bun uptown omce, UC& Broadway,
BUILDINOS stores, lofts, offleei, and atudfos to let
In desirable locations.
10LSOM BROTHERS, H35 Broad wy, cor. 18th st.
EUILDINOS, slores.'loFts. and offloes to lTl7"a large
number. RULANDft WHJJJMiVb Heekman st?
tVQ LET-f hree nne lofts, VBxino ft', each, singly or
A twether. In the substantial building, Win Pearl t.t
anorfloe on secoud floor can be had with them If
desired 1 fine aciunimodatlons for a substantial printer
nd lithographer! from such the reul, to a Urge ex
tent, would 1 taken In work; equally desirable for
(almost) any uianuractuilng business. Apply un the
piemtses, r '
NLXCELLfcl) light lofts; 116 up; power, elevator;
all lmprotcmruti. ' '
WIllFrEN, or Engineer, 177 E. S7th tu cor, 3d av.
iiiVr giuia, for 840; only iu down arid 81 or moie
weekly: on mala road, wltn plenty neighbors! ne.r
beauUful tov.ni railroad station hand) ; hair open
land; balance One oaks, pines, and poplarn .oil rich
loam; this la a cheap farm, and will bsarlnvesllga
tloii; deligbWul and healthy l.wslltyi free from 1 1.
larla. Writ for full details, lUSLEV, la Chambers it.
W tn 8gtatt 45 or trilt Jf ong gulana.
fHEsim I
Harlem Branch I
119 WEST 125TH STREET 1
BY THE SEA. i
EockawayPark. 1
The majestic Atlantic on one side ; Jl
a wide, placid bay on the other; 19
rare, natural beauties and extensive m
improvements, together, make this a
the most superb ocean beach prop- M
erty on the Atlantic coast. m
IT OFFERS I
To the business man an unrivalled M
site for a home by the sea. Close m
to the city. Quick transit by rail M
and boat. Low commutation. 3
Cool breezes night and day. m
Sound sleep and new health. M
THE IMPROVEMENTS II
cost thousands of dollars, and are of W
the most modern types -broad 1
avenues with shade trees, magnificent gif
drives, immense steamboat dock, jjjj
electric lights, pure water, santt.iry
sewerage, surf and still-water bath-
ing, boating and fishing. m
The demand for cottages offers a m
splendid opportunity to builders and m
investors. Easy terms. Further
particulars to be had from
H. C. RATH & CO.,
ISO Nassau Street, New York City, $
or office on property. '
NORTH SHORE OF LONQ ISLAND.-lIour fm-u '
city, with line view of Sound: a iH'auiirul .urn
mer or winter home for sale very chtsp: nesrl tn'v
modern house, latest style of architecture, with H ,
rooms and every Improvement! amplo plarro., .Tt. - J
ooohereand tower.stahles, carriage and poultry Iiuii-k, .
pigeon corral, Japanesesummer pagoda, and rou.en i
toryi3a acres of finest highland, with grand ill ;'
of One country for miles; all laid out In lando'spr.,
walks, and drives i flower beds, lawns, shrulv. at m
dance of fruits i choice garden, No reasonable o Trr ;
will be refused, and the greater part of the price war
remain un mortgage at 6 per cent. House furuWl.id. J
Possession at once. Photograplia with ?
THOMAS P. PAYNE, 00 Ilroadirsr .;,
9 ACHES FOR 8150.
At Patchogue and Medford, L.I. ; easy terms I ft X
month anfl up. For particulars call or write t ' I- a
tSIIw.,5,i0KE. 'n " Investment Com any, t i,
670 370 Broadway. New York. W,
ror Jale or JEo rt Citii. M
AT WOODLAwiTlIEIOIlTBTiSrTY-rliolwi . OIUS. !P
Brooms, all Improvements, to leti 01 n pi r m mio, sK
or sold en easy terms. IRVINO, uio Usdl.nn H
jtnljSdtatt or alt gem ferru.
AOKNCV FOR ALL THE ORANUEhTn J ai. ' r K
llorrlstovi n ami lleruard.vlllr pionrti,rin " M
jcrptiuii, sale and rent. E. p. 11A.J1LTON B
Broadway, il. Y, LW
V F.W 1 1 room hou,e fur salei all the Impr en . " ! -B
A Urge pint only 8,7B0, terms easy i all rt jW
W. W. VAN WINKLE, RuOierfi. d " '
a"oaV.',H.l?I6' ?.'".T,,H'T! l'"" l"1"' J,V "' M
18.00 monthly; l.lgli grounil: near house. Vm
WEATHBIIHV, 71 iroB,ii W
SAVETlTKnAniEH'-Two-roomhrniieai 1 1 t i M
larger houses lu pruKirtloni rsst In.iallinriii. ' Pm
ruuudi nlc vlllagei 811 miles; flue upi-uli ' ' Km
luicbrr, baker, re.iauraut. Bfffi
hMITII. 8C0 flroadH .ij , r""'iii - I ',f
cfrnilino jflotrb niiarstHiuaiit : I ;
lltrTBI. If.tllTl', Premh tsl le .. I
4? vrt VJSIh t eervedlnhuiiiiiier ., u m,
Conoerteieryrvenlng Lunch inc dlnnn '
Wlue and roifro lucludrdi arri'ce iim . "a" sal "
hours; moderate prices. Room by day or vivesB B,
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