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Per Y U'K 10 THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER , 1897, !:- ! H I. , ' ' : jMk Crowon.g. M "EVERY SUNDAY J LABOR DAY, ? if Monday, Sept. 6, HH special outinq trips. lit Tbo roost attractive of all. , 'f !- Long Island Sound by Daylight. Ul Richard Peck, f JBf: Tim fANlKas TWI l "IK MOIU.I,, Kf learee Pier B. East Hirer, fool I'cik slip, erery Sun- f- ' saaaE? day morning-at V 80. connecting l New Hasan with .1 Bi, ihemafnlflcentitearoer If C.HLNortham,, i! IHfe rrlf ln In New York on return at 1 30 ! M aaraa (.' day, aliowlng.tayof orcronehour In the beautiful JIB "City of Elms." J SH KTATEIlGOUS AND IlESTAUllANT AT IlEOULAIt V l?eaxf r riUCfcS. 5? pBX Open air and saloon concert ot high order by ,V ( stben's 71t lteglmeut Hand. IBK Excursion. SI. Children, Half Price, US' assaxf i THOLLFY l'AllTIFS Special arrangements liara k.9B been mails with trolley jnm at Now Haven to 4m1 ftlasBKh afford paaeengersa one hour ride through thn prlncl- '&"' Uaaa pal thoroughfares, pasting the college buildings and lf SB. publla park, ana thence through the celebrated V Vb yi bailer ar, In Weetrllie, returning In time Tor (5? vmK iteamer going to New York. K Manhattan Beach. I r $? Tralna learn FOOT F.AST 34TH ST . week days. I llasxtr DiOO. I1'40, 740. tt.VO, 11 no A II , 18'lu, and half i (asmf liourlr from 110 to 0:10, fl 00. and naif hourly from I ! a 10 to 10-40 P. St. Additional Train, on llaiaOa. ' 5 IK' O.I.J.O. lSilol'.M.t LOOP. M.l'erlor Car i B BiruiMiuv Tirmrn. jo f.xth. ' S Tralna leare WHITFII ALL ST. week days, hourly , r ftraW fromB:10A. M. to lito and half hourly from W0 .. tfruaaaaH to 0:10, 1010 1".M. Additional tralna on Itace Days ' feftaBv O.I. i.C 11140 A. M. 1V.40 P. M. balurdaye 111.40 ltlBmt r. li. ( 'J StsaKi RXCURSIO TICKET. IS CENTS. MK Rockaway Beach. ' ' B Hk Tralna laara E 81T1I ST.. N. Y.. nrek dart. (1:40. : $'' 00. U:I0, 10 80 A. M.. IV 'JO. 1:20. 1! JO. 3 10. 4 20, t- !'' 6:80. it 30, 7:0, 8:10, 9-10 P. M. Additional tralna ? IB Saturdays only, 1:30. 11.00,0 40 P. M. Ro. rrum S UBS' nth 8t.. dOc. I rrona Brooklyn, 30c. i Bnat . iV Coney Island. '& JB ClLVEn ItOl'TR. S iMl Tralm laara foot WHITEHALL ST. rla Say nldce. o ?BBV week daye and Rumlaja. v.lo, and halt hourly from x BB 10:10 A.M. to 10:10 P.M. Lul train learea Coney ;; .K Jaland 11:35 P.M. h IBS; Excxrmiu.x tickkt. aa cbti. ; Hr NEW YORK CENTRAL B HALF-FARE IB LABOR BAIT . jW EXCURSIONS. i ft It Mew York to Baratoza 4B Of ! ! ' (Floral Fa to) and Return. 9U Iv J Ri, ew York to CQ O C !-R Ml SiaarFaUa and Return. 30 '''ft M? New York to Clayton 41JQ OK -t , (, (Tbouaand Islandi) and Return. vO,' II ! It "TJSSaS.itMcmnwT" SINGLE FARE FOR ! Rejorta. f rom ltemten TUC RflllUn TDID j P V. to Malone, lnoluilre. I lit tlUUNU I tllr. '( 'S1 ,B) PorExouralonTicl:eta,tlmetablea,epacelnaleplnE M or drawtngroomcara, train eonrlce, and complete In i jV; Bl forniatlon oonoernlnx theae ezcuralona, apply to the :"4BB) ; near-it ticket agent of the New York Central la New S.JjBj'i York rily or Brooklyn. iK'Ms SUNtWDCCURSION. SEPT. 5. ;yli' NEWPORT, R. I.. ' VSM NIA. IX3HU IKUtND UAILROAD, f;:H" Round Trip SI. 50. fvkH A SPECIAL TRAIN (Parlor Care Attached) will -'-CBHU leare foot 84th at.. R. It.. H.Y.. '40 A. 31., leara jJF'BBS-- Lonit Uland City, 8 35 A. M.; leave Flatbuat. ar KBpK, Brooklyn, H.49 A. 1L, oonnecUng at ailtKiPOUT T . with tne ; ?M KTHtnlB CITY OF nOHCESTEn. 'i ,11'' Dne at Newport 8.00 P. 11 , returning, lears Kew- i, ,' port 0 30 P. 11. ; 'BBB? The aale or tlcketa for tbla ezcurtloQ win be limited. r 'BBffx Tlcketa now on aale at L. I. it. R. Depota in New ic 'ie York and Brooklyn. r BBmi, If weather Is atormy. oicureloa will not he run, .' BB and tlcketa purchaied In aJrance will bo redeomed. I iK: TliE LAST OF THE SEAS0N7 Ml BBa it tHl Maucb Chunk, Glen Onoko, and S itHs Sitchback Uicurslon, ' ")!,- BIO VII AY. September othu II r -Lcbi-Ii Valley System. i 'T' B :1"' SPECIAL TRA1X, LUNCH CAB ATTACHED. -laHi"' ROUND S2a25 TRIP- ' ''ft I S.' ' - U HF- Tlcketa for Switchback can be purchaaed on the H K I uw train for ftftr oenu extra. Tralna fromCortlandtor f V m it" lleabroaaea St., 8.20 A II. I from W. WB.l St . Penn K. ?V In'1 Rm at 7.S3 A. K t Brooklyn Annex, foot of Pulton St , B E at 7:03 A. M. For full particulars and accommoda M B tlona for partlea. apply Oeneral Eaitcrn OOlco, 3S3 ?U I '"K Broadway. New York Uty. lliR kAc' THE'POPULAR grc ' -llllit Sunday Excursions wU ill OF THE HUDSON 5 R If Aa faraaPOUOHKEEPsrE and return (without atop- Ill' Reaumed by the NORWICH LINE STEAMER IE 1U "CITY 0F LOWELL," Iii SUNDAY, SEPT. 5. 2C I. i 6 From Pier 40, N. R, next Pualironr-a t , at 10 A. H. ill I i" Leare 120th it. at 10:45 A. M. Mualc. Refreshratnu, ;ti r etc. Tlcketa, etateroonui, and lnformatluu at Pier 40, ('11 L mi J REDUCED FARE III ! New York to Saratoga and Rsturn, ill , 1 $2M0. pM SARATOGA'S FLOHAIj FETE. , iI ; Tickets jrood coliiff Sept. .1 to O, i-o- , KmT; ? tornlnrr includlnc 8th. Hi , TROY BOATS. - YlBr 1 Fan to all reaorta north and cut lower than any ItBI I I other route. CITY OF TUOY or StHATOdA lenro T'Bj I t toot Weat 10th at. dally, except Saturday. 0 P. M. lit- r SI1 I ' Ppraj traluj for Saratoga, Lake Onurie, Adlroudackt, f" F&B 'f Sunday auamer touchea at Albrtuy. '11 l OHANQE OF TIME SEPT. 7. " I '-'MVi PATTBK LIXI3. i , e JJOu ItUAM'ii ANIi nil li. aor. , ( BJ ) . A.lll'lla rAHK ll lit! K. nor. "! i tl 1 J MARY PATTEN. Kl.IIEUO.V, 1'l.LAHUItK nAY f i M h for Highland Beach, BeabrlgU. Pliaiuro Hay Pork, . '!! Mna; Uraneh, Aabury park, and Oceun 11 row. ' ; . i I Lr, Weil 13th at. 6 00 A.M. 2.10 P. X ' , im, 1 BalteryPler U.S0 11:20A.M. 3.0D i'v. i -M' Sunday Ir, lBth at. S.80 V:iio S ' . ' Battery Pier 8:55 0 30 10 no "fill m M 10 boat Sat learee Ilattrrr lilOP M :ffl ; '. ONLY BOATS CONNF.CTIM1 1T1I TUOI.I.KY. J;BJ ;V ( h BAOOAQB Fill El roclrud W. lUlliat Qui), m 'Wt '" SATURDAY AFTERNOON EXCURSION M I v " WEST POINT. fW - , aTKiMKii inv ruttKLi, .''. , t! ' learea Weit Vtd at. at II'. M. AltltlSIMl at Wnt iM ! ' t Polntat4 SO P. M t RETUHNlNtl on any of the WfcST i H L'lB BUORE RAILROAD TIIAINH Till, will Hire uen- i M n ,B ' lira ample time to ate dreu parade, Uutiruiueut hm TM 1 Lulldluga. Ac. FARE, for the round trip. SI. S i lm! ' . AN OCEAN TRIP FOH nOc. A ,.;i , ROCKAWAY BEACH. 3m tm' BTR8. UF.N'l, HLOCUM (Ml (IHA.Ml HLI'UIII IC. , f 1 i Br ' WialHSd ILK 40 A, 11, 10 00 A M, M!a.K ll M H ' 1.35 T. 51 ; Wf.t 10tn .1 , b to A M. .,,.. B ! W ' . 10:15 A 11,1,45 P. M.j Battery Landing,! . r M i Kt ' OlUA. M, 10 40 A M, 1. 03P M illrlJve llounit t Bf , ock, Unioklyn, u .ui a. II , 11 00 A M .Trip, HOa S BJ , ; S.gOP.M llcturnat 11, .10 A. M., 4.15,Kuu., r.c J"- TB ' M' 'Mualt. ?t9 ii V: VTK4T HOI.NT. MTU It I IK., and POK.II. !,m jBf ', MBKFHIU dall) KXtlllalltV (except bunilay. by j SI If rr 1'aJat. Irou Day Line btni-ri New ork aiid ll;auy ( BJi B)',i from lMbrouui au iter alb 4U A M aud Witt DAI '1 f H t t1 NOlIURK'DKUailTFlJI, TRIP THAN THIS for SIP LABOR DAY. ' .t I Xxcunton tlokru to Wt.t Point or Newburg and y'mt ( ratutn. 1 OOi to 1'uiu.likeepani and return. tl.fjQ. ' I IP!' ' 253 ROCKAWAY BEACH. 25c. V XI ' f B'f .pallytrlpbylro.lleamboal ANOIl.lt LearlngEanl f 58 $iE;r. Ji "Sua M anu 15P It .limtury.io 10A M, X J-l f iB'5 8U0 P. M i roturuliig, (rating ll,kawy, u and i U ;LR!, P.M.irmiidlrtp.280 ihlldrep, 16. ' IK. 9 pIHRII ( I?AB1: RSOl'CtU.-PUhlng Hank.. 16c. rvbwuri JBr V.SB, f.l ' X Sunday., 20c. each wari ateamer M'lH'YI.Kli tt tmV Usr-Fran.il'n'V.lo'5' "" Broo 7-!" " U :IkII. iF Bk-W tiBKlH n dally from Ea.t 231 t.. 7:40: OiUcVr.bTa LVV BSeIEL 'Dfaxol,wUUbaltiUt,liU bbbBBbIbW BBKBSaBBBBBBVBBkaiitii, BBBfiHxBSxBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBSWufeidM!--- . jj gxcnrjlong. 'THE WORLD-FAMOUS PLEASURE GROUNDS," I kk. A dellRhtmi axil on faal BJBBHBxK 6'DS itexnere Two SjBBjryBB. grand concert! dally. JBTjJi BB BJ iim Magnificent foltaga, JBTfl anL"! 1 Bjk rare plan ta.aadhorti. MM yBBe Al BBv coltnral wondera. jBBBBBBBBJBABBa Anunoqualed BBBBBBBJBBJBjBB aearle, BJTBBBB arlur, mammoth BJ KAi BJil ll I B w antiarlnm. grand W K IT 9 K I af V mnaenm. all TREE. ll.LAfllJAJ'Ofnulneaien lilnd BBBBjBBBBBBJV'Clim Dlnneri BBJIBBBJfBBBr a la carle. "Klein BJBV3BjBnDentichland " "Tba Dairy." Boating bathing, fllhlng, bowling and bllUarda. TIME TABLE 8TEAMET13 LEAVE ro.ti.ajtnt ri.r.i.1, .,, im, tt a u.t. m .i.jj. aw i ,i i. r H. s Mb at r.lja, , !. II M A It II t, I SI, I 10, ll,,, 10 r. M. bit IM SI . '. II IN 10 . tl A M , lt.,1, I II, 1 . l. '.' IUVKUKKI-LiNDll 10 A .l'll ' . CllaaJI ei.ii oA.it.iiioH t.r u ft r.rti.t.t ji ,""'. . i,n.,i,i,f, u r.r.mnti. KTTm I'CTSBUriDiTa. Kxrunsio.N -40 cunts. Tnrlttilea A.ltnllon l n'l Allractlona. IRON STEAMBOAT COMPANY. CONEY ISLAND, T.ANDI.NO AT THE IRON P1FRS TIME TAP.1.F. (SUIUFCT TO CIIANOR): From s.'d t . N. II , huurly from n A.M until 7 P.M. Imtn Pier (Ntw) No I.N R , half an hour later. Prom Coney lolnnd hourly from 10:10 A. M. until 8:40 P M rinMo tii Kim), as rrTn. TlilceK (,n jlo at all don mown track itatlona o( tho hlerated Itatlroada Long Branch ! Asbury Park. Through tlikete to Aihury Park rla Atlantic Coaal Ilectrli) I'.allrnail, good during excuriloiiaeuon 1BU7. Leuve fiHit VKil it , N. 11.. H:J0 A. M , 3 JO P. M. 1 itePIr(N wi.Vo 1, N. ll , 10 A. 11 , I P.M. Irmc Inngllrandi. IS is I" M,n:15P.M l'i nr.lnii Th bt-ta to Luna llrnnrb. 7S rta. rrnralnii Til krta lo labnry IMrk. HI. Oil. NIAGARA FALLS .Alton gAjB jgrar. ' von Tin; t$ notD Tnip BXCLIltlOT 1A TUB FlCTvnmqUB ERIE R. R. Ticket. go.l gMng on all regular Iralni Saturday, Sent 4, good r turning, lcarlug Niagara Falla on or before sept 0, 18117 Train. Irani rat S3d It.. 8 S3 A. II . 7:23 and 8:40 J- '; hambera at, 8 00 A. M., 7:30 P. U, and Ih-keta'on tale at all Erie omcea In New Tork, Brooklyn, Hobokan, and Jeraey City. COOK'S TOUSS" LABOR DAY. Special Three-Day Trips. $14.50 THOUSAND ISLANDS, $14.50 $14.60 NIAGARA FALLS, $14.50 $13.00 LAKE GEORGE. $13.00 HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS INOI tTDKD Special fire day tour to Thouannd lalanga. HI Lnnrenrn, Montreal. LaVe. I'haatpl.la Bad Ororce, garatoaa. etc , tin. All expcn.ee. Partlcnlara from TIIOTIA1 (IHIK AID KOV, am and 1325 Broadway, N. Y. EXCELLENT risTftSO Steamer AL "FOSfKIVS lisumrra caught a great many fluke, aea baaa, and porglra yeotarday. Collegtis nug gthoolg. For Uoja una Vonnc Men tlty and Co a u try. BETTS ACADEMY, KTtMlOnil. CONT. HOME LIFE an I the INDIVIDUAL, the keynote. Farn boy la made a partner In the companionable home life I. taught how to itudy. and recelre. tho Poraonal training moot valuable tohlln. Thorough preparation for College or Builnena. Large and beautiful ground, adapted to athletlca and outdoor oporta BOTH YEAH. W.n. J. I1KTTN. J. A. (Yale). Prlorlpal. MAIIBIOX IXSTITUTK," 43 TVnat filet at.. Tlanhatlai, Iquur. 1. Moat deairable ochool alte In New York. Prepara tion college and builne.o, chemical laboratory, read ing room. gymnaalu m: Illustrated catalogue, reoprne Sept. 30. N. AltLHHIALD MIAVl. Jr . Principal. BARNARD SCHOOL (FOIl nol'N), lT and IIO IVnl llisth at. ReopenaSept 23. Twelfthyear. College piepara tory. Intermediate and primary departrueute. Limited nuaaber or lioardlng pnplla Catalogue. VM L.JIAZtN. A. ll . LU R, Head Maater. ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE BALTIC ST., nnuoHi.i., For boarders and day scholar, reopona Sept. 11. Terms reaaonaMft. Hf ml for lataloru? SACRED HElRTliirAKlViYr Select Catholic Boarding bchool, eduiatlonil u I rantacesumurpaiwd.i pn nil yi-ar, fall term begin Sept. .. Adiln Ilro A'JG1.T. Ve.l Cbiater. N Y. D W I G"H T S"C",SF" Llghteeuth ear begin, epr JW Catalogui-on appll cation to Principal. Arthur Wllllaiua lYale, "77) UA O K7 W U9LLSOUT1 schuolTor ITa M S-3 C. HO, 11 Writ 40th at. PREsCOTT I). VIII,, A X Ph. D, Prtnilpal. Thirtvthird )cjrbeulnit Sept 27. 17LUMIINU (N Y I lli.tllute bnanllng nchool ror . boy.. E. A. raln-hlll, A 31, II Suiuler. Ph. D , l'rlncipalf Q91' lO VLARLV Young."i ocF arii liTiy. Improre iJdJJ yronlcrrulli nlnoteen mlb-aoiit; iimoml lulenl. m, HlMPsTl-.AD.LONOISl.ANli.lNhTlTUTr. for l.lrl. and lounsTt omen t.'ll) unit Country. Notre Dame of Maryland. College for Yoiin Wonirn and Preparatory School for GlrU. Regular and eltxll.e lour.ei, exten.lre ground., location un.uri an.ea, euburb of Ilaltlmorei IMiioui bulldlnga, coinietelyeiulpped Lonductcd by .School Sl.ler. of Notre Dame, Charlea Street Avenue. Ilaltlmorc, 31 1 LARCHMOMKUiY.) MTIIORSCTOuTFORIIRLS lllbHM. K PEltHIV, Proprietor rarored ly Right He.ll.c. Pottir, Her Geo R-Min De Water D 1) , and with an A Ivliory Hoard OLIVHIt ADAMS. Seo. VF.W ItOCIIhLLn Pari hide Hi-hool reoi-n Sept A' TJwardlng and day pupil. 1 M.fL'i, North it. lorlouutMea uudioiurn city uud CounlryT FRIENDS'SEMINARY, lth at . rorner Hutherford plar. .New York. FRIENDS' SCHOOL, 10.J-1 14 Schermerhorn at , Brooklyn. N. Y. OPEN MPT 21, 1HB7. Non sectarian SchiHi'ifor Iloya and (llrla of allgradea. Prepare, for all tollegei pOLLLUE PHU'ARATOIIY DEPAItTMENr of th V Hlilcnl Culture Hi.ho,iIi ll III Mml'aoii av. Opel a Pel. 4. Tuition tJOO. PCKCIVAL CHUUD, Principal. llu.lueaa collegea. ' Wood's New York Schoolof Business and Shorthand. OTII , (Mi 1-JSTII HT. The largest llualursi H lnwl In Now York. Half a thousuu 1 utudeut. annually Hiaclal otfer during August lx moiilb. for 4.10. Night achool. four iiinuilH, 15. Thcrouglilj agresalve. suiwrb building. Dillglillul Im nllou PoNlllun. for graduate.. BI?J.,,'I"H"' '" l'""1 I-"u I'm"" almrthamL 31I.TROI 01 1TAN. 15d 5h ar ludltldual luilruc tlolt all graduuti i put ed VEWiOKK 1IU-IN1-SS IN-NTITUTE -Bookkeeping, 1' lanklng, calcillattnui, Ac., taught by pro. Ileal an uuutaul. Dny ami et eulug fall or n rite. t' ' HA IN M. K I last IVilhiH.N. Y. Law Nrlioula, N. Y. University &&',,, I c 1- l 1'V CLASSES LaW SchOOl UL. II aftir two ... . . . . rears) J.VhNlNU tl l-ht1(l I, II nftnrtliree years) Dalli ,..!, .n. I no in iuu to nip m tuition linn. uiuuiiArK tl SM S fu i h e courhe. tiu riiilrid for LL M, lor ur ultra ad In .a I. J TOIIPUINS, Rrglstrar, U I'hllikti us put re, Ni w loik dty NEW Y0RIC I ,,", "h"l. ISO Hroilwar, I aw ;rnnni t ''"i""' "rhuoi, cooper union, l-r aiflUUL 1 ..Untiilit Method" uriMatriii'. lion. LL II In bin eaii II M lii ibrieyeara. bind for latuliigue ULOKill CHANK. Deau, tlllsloMl, 1lNltYC noiKOVK banjo. guitar, and mandolin A 1 iiiullo, i.i J iin iiwsr b-t. Ilthand SSthiH. .Mui I'lUniuil MNHllimr;iT,, iiuiitr. Ite.ftiH? Institution for Feeble- i,i. i '"- .' illi"ual alraiitages for thn las. Us.mid hcbool and Home 230 aero. bind for clrci. ar an. i.u A jl'tOWN'.M D.Supirlntcndent. Sraillnn TtottU nu Srstnurant?!. 1 Ifi,M,','.,.,.V.T1 French tablod'nole ?N.V.'J.-"h "' . .f-' "edit: bummer Harden. lonierliirn cun'ng I.umh. 4Uo t dinner aiie li am eoneo luiludrd, rM,e a la. arte it ;il ; b""" iuiliralprlif.. Loom, by day or "ek. 1 I'rvjconal ftjoticfs". ! t?C'.llu ?? I ..J a"' "ald.nee ifVliiV.;1 .. "()uut'"i CAiiunniia urtiAI.1 TA hare Faiurn uiatfa, io Broad , y, : clTosit ami efoHUft. ' L'nxi.T.ViV80'1'"15 l wUlt W,a,rnd aj paiti, aulijUilu reward. U15 Wut 48d iu aaaaaaaaaMsasas.aULJlJ-liirM:Jt. J. &? MANHATTAN BEACH. nrpt by Ocean Breeara, Last Wook of The Bostonians, E0BIN HOOD. &rtf.?.r.orr. m. II. C. Barnabee, IV. II. Melonal, MleaJea le Bartlelt Paris, BngeaeCowlf tiro, rralh l.lbam, Hiaa Hilda Clark, and lira. B. rhllp. Sousa's ConcertsJoo?:-?: Pain's Fireworks, LVru'KLg KEITH'S SiS&'MTO-. CLARA IVIORRBS AMERICA'S FOREMOST KMOIIONAL ACTRESS, IN THE ONF-ACT DRAMA, "III.INU JIMIIK" (MISS MOllltlS'S DEBUT IN VAUDEVILLE) Alio THK ORKAT BIOQllAnl HAYES AND l.YTTOS, Bb.V 1IARNLY, ALIIURTUS AND BAHTRAM, AND 85 OTHERS A HREAT hllOW. FLOATING ROOF GARDEN. STEAMER OIIaND REPUBLIC. PARI. BOO. LAST NIOHTS OF THE SEASON. Big baud anil High Claas Vauderllle Liar. IVest HVd.t.SilD, Battery Landing, 8 33 Brooklyn Brldgo Dojk. H 4B Return at 11 ISO. FAREWELL AND GALA NIGHT SUNDAY. BAND OF 40. ORCHESTRA OF 86. 00 STAR PFRFORMEIU1. See Hit In Saturday and Sunday paperi. ACADEMY ?4h"tLVmi Irrlng place. E. (I. Ollmcni an I Luiene Tompkins pruura. and Mgra A tillAND NEW -SPECTACLE, NATURE. piSSio UAI.l.HH. MAKCHKS A.M, M'LCIAI.Tlhb. LXTRA MATINfcF. LABOR DAY RE0U1.AR MATS. WLD. AND HAT.. LVl. 815. BIJOU SEPT. 6. niATiMiR btnon ntv, ROLAND THE WRONG REED. MR. WRIGHT. SKATS NOW ON SALE QARRICK THEATRE k&$aI? Ho.Tt ft UcKei I eMeri Charlea Krohman, Manager. PERFECT WHIRL OP FUN. N r ConieMr &o.ip Dances THE GOOD MR. BEST. Dy the author of The l Idow Jonea FrenlncaH IB. Matinee Saturday. WEBER & FIELDS' ,SglfV&, u MAT1NEFS WHI.NESHAY AND SATURDAY. THE CLAD HAND. Peter F. Dalley, Rosa A Fenton, John T. Kully, Sam Bernard. Water A Fleida. KIAniE 14IKTIR. ENGLAND'S OREATEST CHARACTER ARTIST. Mclutjrr. and. Ileatb. Carpo Ilro. P" nAumov aQijHK7ioor uiiTden. Tr I Last ITrelf .r the Season. 1 ff Ol Erery ere'g at 8 lnclu ling Sunday, l Popi)l.tlt oit ntTa O ,By the METROPOLITAN PERMANENT 2r 0 OUCHF.S1 l'.A. O SO-I.NSTRUMF.NTALISTS Ml a ty2 Entire change of programme nightly. . 1(2 3 ADMISSION SOc. ' a3 EMPIRE THEATRE, -&?. CHARLES KItOHMAJi Manaor Charlea Frohraaa Presents SlECStiET KBiKVICi:, ByWm Gillette. Fresh from lta London Triumph. ETENIN08 8 SO. MATINEE SATURDAY Z:1B. HOYT'S THEATRE, Kt'JZh. nOYT A HcKEE Proprietor. THD1 WEfcK ONLY Then London Charles FroUnian's Fuunli'.t Comedy, NEVER AGAIfi9. ErrnlngsNBil Matinee Satunlsy V:l 1 JEPT.Jl A BACIIfcLOlPS HO.NEiMOON. TUC HFRAI.D SO T1IEV EVEN'INUS, 8:13. I nt MATIN1FS. WD. ASAT ITS. RlCE'.s nini 8 it r. OIlhAT HIT V I IX aV. OREAT CAST. SCuth (eourenlr) CDtTkR.fl 1-erf ormanco t" K J ll HAT. SEPT K3th. DADIC UTRA LABO.t DAY MATINEE. rHfllO, KNICKERBOCKER. R,"Vt Vh s::Rsssi. one round of pleasure. Next Week Oeo F Iwardes' Gaiety Co In Town." ',' SLATS NOW br-LI IMI PDalUn OPBIl 3dst ti MAT. Vra'll IIOI.SK, A-Sthar. P Jl 8VT AUOUSTUS PITOU Lessee and Manager To-night, I Next Wsek. Horfa "A Blsrk Sheep " "A Contented Woman" RPsIt'IAI. TUTINl-K Ullim Ull (TIOMll). P ASTO R'S rVo Jr CONTINUOU" PERFORMANCES 12 SO until UP 31. UlcAioy A. X1M3, Johnson A: Dean. Olyuipla Qnartelle. Sam .1 Klllle Murloii. UTH STTHEATllrr. ne-ir nih ar Nights s n. Keserred seat., orcbetra ilrcle or ball ony, Cue. Mats od , M.t . I aUir Day lltg I ondon bucoess Shall V; rForjjivii filer. LYCEUM &?- SOTHERN In the new play CIIAM.K ALLUV . Box ornce open 0 A 11. to B P M MANHATTAN u7,3;r Mate Wed. A Sat at 3. Fxtra I abor Day Mt. KK'' WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES 5TU BBS TIIKTltK. Il'waynnd !th .t. Ill it 11 ldln Knowli. i-oie Manager 111 Will open haturd.r Ivg.Sept. 4, n H a NOITIirilN ItOlI SrK. a si a f,EAT3 NOW ON SAI E. OLY M PI A tV,.',,, . r',h,Bin ? V2JR-ST LICTiE FAUST ANI rill 11 II MK.I'MIITE. harlem p . ,r;ppT;,Ivfi?, S"TWT opeiia lioi'Nu BANCROFT MdJXn. Next Week Opening I Mr and Mrs Royl. In 31onday Matlnco CAPT IMPUDENCE. 11 A I V 10 Erery Frenlng at s 1 B. UnLI Ol THK llltllN l.lltl. Irestnr and Jollier than ererl 12TH WFEK. Mamiees Wei uud hat. at a K0STER & BIAL'S ..SSStMr" 'Al'fli:t ILLtt l PltOMEXAIIK Dili IIP-S. Tit. Corccrts from 7 10 P l until midnight fill! IIMRIK Th'"r Fr't. h 11 .Mats Wei Asat! liULUmDUO PopprlcisWed Mat SV Bile j Of. vi.inn in vriiiNri nu: iroiiT. NLXT 1MFK-.II 11A1 CC M.l 1SLV.NU. OTTHCTa T.re'g. atHIB Mils Weil Sat 2. OiAKi THK IWIYATIiliK. 11 AVF I l.e'aSB Mats Wid ft-at at2 ilU MIL, I "THU HltN 411' l.lfK " NKXT TIIEA1RK I W'K-Thc' RAS,"ln "K Hill Old 1 line." PEOPLE'S NEW Y0RK DAY3 BY day! 1 LUI LL Ui Next weok-"Tho Indian" OIOil'IA BUrOB- C.'AEtlDBC.'V Hit. 4I1IIC1II.I.K IIII.I. Ion 9'iiliini kusic iottii kt. tU slllll-l. jUU. LFS1NUTOW AV. VAUUKV1I.I.F Uriateit Show on F.iirth Adm,2V, cVsitot rwr it nun, op tiii: hium Last 4 Weeks1 Hat 1o-3lorrn Xtr i Mat. Munday, SEPT J7 -Flrlt rimo Hit Hello of Now York "SMintiHt Chanrrs. 1AKKRY. Imslrst tlioroughfaro Brooklyn; e.tab Jl ll.hed by presmt owner 14 years, in barrela titekly, wagi u recelpta arersge ti I dally, 61,500. McDON Al D ft WII1IIINS. 140 Nuaan. ClOlI. YARDi oiutrally Iwatnli doing first (.las. I bu.lnesa, owner has other Interests ami will sell on easy terms MCDONALD JtWI(l(l!N8. 140 Nasiau. OLD KSTAPI.IMIl.il fliiv-imylng llrery slabTS; Llose to Central Park i present owner has run thla busliurisauciiesfutly for the paal teu years and de sires to retire, I rke s,imio JlcDONAI.D WIOOINSM40NMsau. IIRINTIno at ft few hours' notlieflO.iHio tlrcularaT tl. lards and bill'ii.ts.40o. per I.0O0 up. KDOAR PRINTING AMIS All NLHY CO. Bit West 381b St. fPatntts. Rai Dlrh nultkly. Send for nook,"InrentlottaWant. OBI Qllll Veil," Edi.arTaleSCo,4aBriiuilway,N Y, IlATI'NTb furTmeutlons proi-urtd proiuptlyt Tow rates, lujf DKR 1IRIES1.N, ti Naasau at . N. Y, lltablUlied lb54, ginuofortfii, (Drnaiw, &r. "I'l-nUlIlTa. ? octarc, medium .lie, I17B 00 Id monthly 7aw.tare, largi.t lite, 00 00 SO monthly RrntitSoo Curtage free OORDON, ISO rlflh ar betSOth au21st it. 67 HOOD uT-moiiT PIANO, 7'j octaves, atool. ) 0 130U j)rodr.ay,corner47that. Rtachiuerij. ITOItSAI.E Oue beary duty regular pattornHmlth A Voile. 1 'Jx 7x1 duplex steam pump, i'aaliy 4h0 gallons pvr mlnuti) agaluat 1 S5 pound, prcasurei In perfect ordur. ruaily fontellier) N. Y. MEAT, LIGHT X POWER CO , 48 Quia at. PltlUtV. AS riUAI.. MRUICInl! DAY. Lliterlne. 4c,i Libert's Violets, see; palns'a I'el ry.Brc.iCastoria. 14o t Libert'. Cologne, IWo Ureal reduction tu ShlitwaUla, Corsets, ulotet, and Jiw clrj, JAMllES, UOHUrvadHay, A LABOR DAY HINT! 'IMeiirs "GOLD STANDARD" BICYCLES FOR MEN AND WOMEN, 21.50. These are without doubt the best wheels sold in New York to-day for less than Fifty Dollars. If you are looking for a thoroughly up-to-date bicycle one that you can depend on, for a low price, this is your opportunity. Labor Day "Specials" in BICYCLE SUNDRIES "20th Century" LaiDss $1.1.5 "Tnlly-ilo" lAinps 2.1J5 "Senrcii Lights". 2.85 I'cilals, j.ilr "flc. Stnr Tort. lIiackt-tR lOc. Unrrrl Cjtlonictcrs 73c. Small 10.000 iiilli- t'jclo'iH'tcrs IlHc. "M. & It." fetunds Ollc. Too nini. 8c. " Clliiiux" I.UKKnj?e Carrlrrs Wic. Aluminiiin Amonmtlo Hells 7.1c. "Xi'wIK'p.trturo" Hells 23-. leather Grips, pair. 40c. 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. BECAUSE WE ARE DECORATORS. Suppose your town houso neoda but a few things to make it com fortnblo iind ch.irmiiiK. Wo aro ready to help you select juat tho colors, styles and mnterinls that shall barmonizo perfectly witb I tho old. Suppose it needs complete re modelling. We are ready to trans form it into just the sort of bouse that you enjoy by over coming its defects and furnishing it in artistic gradations of tints. "CUYOFTHt MAKCR" Geo. C. Flint Co 1& 45 A"D 47 WEST 23sn NEAR BROADWAY. hactory: 15 amd IS6 west I9?street public $oticf$. "IJOST OlFICE NOTICE (Should b. read DAILY by all Interested, aa changes, may occur at any time ) Foreign malls for the week ending Sept. 4, 1H07, will dose (PROMPTLY In all resell at the. lieueral Post Office aa follows: PARcrLS POST MAILS close one hour earlier than closing time shown below. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS SATURDAT -At rt 30 A. M for FRANCE, 8WTTZrR LAND ITALY. SPAIN. POlirUOAL, TURK. Y, FDYPT and BRITISH INDIA, per steamship La Cbampagne. rla Uarre, at fl Ju A M for l.ER MlNl,ter steam. hip Atler. via Uremea (lettera fur other parts of Europe la Cherbourg, must ba directed "per Aller"). at 7 SO A. M (sulple mentary 0 JO A M ) for 1 UROPE. per stesmsnlp I.ucauta-. rlaljue(nsroi.n.ut A M forNETiUH LANDS direct, per steamship Rotterdam, rla Rot terdaa) (letters must tie directed " per Rotter dsm'l. at H A M for OKNOA, tH'r steamship Ka ser Mllhulm II ilettirs must be directed "per Kaiser WH'-eltti II "), at Hi V M for W'OTLlNl) dlreit er steamship Ltrlolla, rla Olasgow (let trs imut ajedlreitol "per Ethiopia") at 11 A.M. for Ctrl! COIONY and N4,TI. per steamihlp tlillnm ston-s 'letters mm ba dlrictcd "per 11 lltlam btorrs"). PRINTFD MATTER. Ac Herman steamer. aalUng on Tueidays take Printed Matter. Ac , for (ler many. Ami Stieclally Addrested I'rlnted Matter, Ac, for other arl. of Furoie. American and M hlte star eteamt rs on edile.,laTs, Oerrnan steamers on Tbursdara, and Cunanl, t-niuch, and Girman steamers on Saturday! take I'rlnted Mat ter, Ac. for all Ljuntrlta for which they aro ad rerllsed to carry mall After the closing of the Supplementary Transatlantto Malls uauieil ahore. adlltinual sutiplementary malls in opened on the piers of tho American. Lmtllsh French and Oirman steamer,, and re main open until within Ten Minutes of the hour of sailing of steamer. MAILS 1011 SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA. WENT INDIFS. Av, FRIDAY At 1 30 A M. for NI.IMOUNDLAND, per itiamihtp Austrian, from Phllalelphla. nt 0 30 A M (supplementary I" A. M ). for hT T1I031 S, ST iROISr LEKWAIll, anl WJNDWsllD ISL ANDS, in r steamship Pretoria (letters for Gre nada, Trinidad, and Tobago must bo dlrei ted "per Pretoria"). SATURliAY-Atn A. 31 for IlRAiU. per steamship Herrllus vis Pernambuco. Kahla aud Rio Janeiro (litters for North llraill and La Plata Countries must l-e directed per llnrellus ")t at rt A 11 for LA PI.A1 1 COUN THUS dlreit. Kr steamship Bel laura: at 10 V M isupule-mutary 10 SO A. M) for FORTUNF ISLAND, JAMUCA. SAV1NILLA and ORbYlOWN, per stiamsrln lllegbauyt at 10 80 A M for COIPLCHF. CHHPAS TAI1AH CO and 1UCATAN, par steamship VlgUauela (litter, for other parte of Mexico and for Cuba must ledp-ted per Mgllanrla"): at 11 A M (luip'.cmentary 11-J0 A 31) for VENEZ UELA anl CURACAO, also BAVtN'II.LA aid ruiTHAIIKN., ra Cura'ao, per steamship Carin'Ml ot 12 31 fnrGRENADt TRINIDVI, auil T01IAUO. ikt stiamihip Orrnadat at 1 I'. 31. for BARBADOS direct an 1 NORTH BRA7IL. rla para, Maranbam, anl t'earo. per steamship Hilary t at I P M. for 1NAUUA. PORT 111 PAIN, (ll NAIVLS AU CAlrS.JKIll MIE. PETIT UOAVh, and bT. M VHC, tier steam hlpR. hleswlg, at H 110 P 31. for ST. PIERRh MIQUELON, per ateamer from North byanry. Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax, and tip nee by ateamer, close al this office dally at b So P 31. Malls for Mliuelon, by rati to Hoi I on and thence by steamer, close at this office da ly at H SO I' 31 Malls for Cuba close at thla office dally at 7 00 A M . for forwarding by .teaintra salllng (Moudarsand Thursdaya) from Port Tamiia. Flo. Malls for Mexico City, orerlaud. unless specially addressed for despatch by steamer, close at thla ( nue dally at 3 30 A. M and V 30 P M I Regis tered mall closes at fl 00 P, M prerlous day, TRAN8-PAC1FIO MAILS. Malls for China and Japan, per ateamahlp Tav ooma (from Taeoma), ilo.e her, dslly up to Sept. IB at S.30 P. 31. Malls for Hawaii, per etaamahlp Australia (from San Fran ilsco), close here dally up tu bipt. 1 it DO P. u. Mall, for Australia (except West Aus tralia), New Zealand, Hawaii and FIJI Islands, Kr ateamshln Aorangl (fitun uncourt r). i lose rn dally after Aug 114 anl up to r-ept. 1 at 6'30 P. M. Mails for China and Japan, per ateamahlp Attoo (from ban Francisco), rlo-o hern dally np to Sept 0 at 8 JO P. M. Malli for China anl Japau (stieclally aildrrssrilonly), ierstiamsblp Empress of Japan (from Vancnurer), close here, dally up to Sept. IS at ll SO P. M tlulls foi Australia (en opt those for West Australia), which are forwarded rla Ku rope, New Zealand. Hawaii, FIJI aud Samoau Iilauda, perateaiushlii Marlsa (from Han Fran cisco), close here dally up to bi'l'l lid at 7.00 A. M , 1 1 A, 31 , aud tl ;io P M (or on arrival at New lork of steaiuahlp Campania with British mail, for Australia). Malls for the Society Islands, par hip Tropic Bird (from San Frunclaco), t loae hora dolly up to Sept. J4 at H SO P 31. Traus Paclflo mall, ar- forwarded lo port of sailing dally and the schedule of closing Is arrange.! oi tha firt.umptlon or their uninterriit u d overlanl transit. Registered mall close, at i) P ll pievlousday. CORNFI.IUS VAN COTT, Postmaater. Post Oftloe. New York. N Y., Sept. . IhU7 iJummrr gtrjuortu. " -lr--'-'N'V-N---es-s. V- -a-V - wv ss -i-ts.Ni"'-se-sSrfs-Vs, NEW YORK. r , AT THE ELMER. perfection durlua beptcmber and Oi toberi open to Deoember. within li, Hour, of New 1 ork. t OllNtsAI.!. OV IIIOSOX, BBVAW HOUSE . LaRCHHONT-O.N THbbOUND. N Y. OVK TO UKl, I Ml, 'UT. IiONG ISIjAND. S1E,ESP.!t.D MY' I-1 -HOWELL VILLA, A COM .,.KvEA.l,1i'it...9OUNTBY "- CLOSE fO MAN. !fA.TTA.,J.i..IS.il SPF.CIAL HATtS FOR SEPTUM libit 1ROIXEY OAR PAHbl.S HOUSJi FAlUi TO WANAMAKERS WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKERS TIE TATTLER AT WANAMAKil'S Our great collection of Merchandise is a museum in interest and a panorama in the rapid ity and certainty with which the interest changes. This being so the stuffs and things are always full of the sort of vitality that makes interesting talk gossip you will say, but not merely gossip; news, real news. Let the Tattler talk to you about it all. np iDT Tlkre is a French Linen iv ci ay Maker who has made the in i-laa moM wonderful pictoriai effects that have ever been produced by a loom. He uses only natural, undved flax and silk yams, different shades beinp produced by spinning and bleaching. Institutions of Textile Art in this Country welcomed the first pictures with enthusiasm and retain them as objects for study. A single copy is here of the last subject, an equestrian portrait of Alex ander III., the late Czar of Russia. The high lights of the picture are wonder ful, the reproduction of the drawing excellent, and the general effect re markable. If not on view ask to see it. Russian Embroideries Hungarian origin is suspected for furniture decoration, are now a lad in Paris. Heavy meshed Linen with coarse bril liant Silk Embroidery. They are a decided novelty. Wanamaker's Linen Collector could only get a few pieces in Tea Cloths, Sideboard Scarfs and Table Covers. They also are com manding in current decorative interest. There is a Belgian maker of Linens that is an artist. He believes in Bleached Damask as a means of artis tic expression. He found a responsive soul in Wanamaker's Chief of Linens. Together they were anxious to get away from the conventional patterns in Table Linens. The same demand had been made upon Belfast, but the Irish gave it up. The Belgian has succeeded in doing several things, exclusively for New York and Philadelphia, that are beau tiful, brilliant, large. Flowers in broad patterns ; artistic swirls in unique de signs. They were the Linen glories of the Brussels Exposition, and they are the glories of the Wanamaker Damask Table Linen Stock. They too are interesting, and they illustrate art and enterprise in fine Table Cloths. Napkins, and Linen by the yard. They came under the old tariff. In the future Uncle Sam ex pects revenue from Linens. roanta arena. NEW ew arr'vas are cming in DRFSS so raP'db', a on'' a few or" GOODS km can Set a worc' m 'e papers. Our buying organization is such that we show many Paris Novelties before they are seen at retail in Europe. Black Dress Goods are an important feature of this stock. A brief list follows Trench Scrctt, 25c toSt.2S. Prominent Twilled Cheiots, 50: to 51-25. Storm Serces, 50c to $1.25 All-wool Henriettas, 50c to 51.50. Fine Twilled Cheviots, 65c to 1.50. Can-el's Hair, 75c to Sl.75. Mohair Granites, 75c to JI.50. Whipcords, 75c to $1.50. Clav DiiRonal, 75c to $1.75- Satin Soleil, 75c to $1.75. Fancv Mohair rigured Cheviots, 75ctoSl.50. Cable Stripe Armures, S5c. Figured Mohiir Granites, St. Silk Warp Henrietta. St toji Velour Cords, all wool. t.25 to $t 75. DrapD'Ete,$1.25to$2. Fipured Velours, $1.50. Velour Cords, silk and wool. $2.50 to $3.50, Crepe Jipon, 52. Silk Warp Melrose, SI. 2 5 to $Z Silk Warp Alma, Si.10 to 52. Silk Warp Crepe Cloth, 51.10 to $2. Silk Warp Nun's Veiling, $t to 55. Feurtn avruur, mpn-q A ,ine of White Shirts here SHIRTS at ONB DOLLAR each, that we are very proud of, and we like to show them to critical men. Here is a pen picture of them: Bodies of Wllliamsville muslin the best shtrtinir muslin made. Bosoms of 1,800 long fibre linen, specially selected for service. Button-holes, hand made. Scarf loop and collar-button shield in backs. Neckbands and wristbands four-ply. Shirts beautifully laundered. Three stles Open front and back: open back ; open front and back, short bosom. Five lengths of sleeves. We don't know of any Shirts sold elsewhere at M that this description will tit. They are not matched under St.50 or $2. liroadwuy and Ztlntli atreat. .Summrr gtcjiartis. NEW YORlc! IiONO ISLAND. Manhattan Beach Hotel Oriental Hotel Now Open. T V. SILIJSPir, MANAGER. See Time Table Excursion Column. Rlrycllita can now rlda direct to and hare their wbeela checked al Manhattan Beach Hotel. Swept by Ocean Breezes CUFFTON HOUSE, patciiooue. l. i. Reduced rats, during beptember An Ideal spot for recr atlou. Bathing, lioailug, fishing, music A few choloorooma racant. JENKINS A CLIFFTON, i'ropa. Sullivan County. ..?.,,:17,MJT.,Hon,K WaaUlnitoo Eros . proprietor.. Liberty. Sullivan county. N. iWlrtl-claas aooommo. datlonai largo farm and dairy, plenty of fresh mUk. KoodfUrtrji sunning and flihlnji CathoUo family. imp- As one strolls through Wan 3,luc: amaker's the echo of carpenter's and cabinet making tools fills the air. New Credit OHices have appeared, and near them, at the Fourth avenue and Ninth street corner, the new Shoe Store is rapidly taking shape. Men and Women shoppers all over New York are talking of the remarka ble offerings in Shoes. The business does not wait for the completion of the Store. The Women's laced and buttoned Kidskin Shoes at 51.40, the Men's stout Calfskin Fall and Winter Shoes at $1.90, and the Children's sto-it Shoes at 75c and 95c furnish the topics for town talk. And well they may, for all the Shoes are honest. Every "mother of healthy children knows Mundell's Shoes. James Mundell put character into Chil dren's Shoes, and his son John sus tains the heritage bequeathed by his honest Father. But the prices are only half the usual. The Men's Shoes and the Women's are both worth double, for they're honest. Shoes are a mystery, for lampblack and wax well rubbed down with a burnishing iron can hide many iniquities of construction. Merand flaor. Tenia etre.t. BOOKS Good Books, too. The works of authors who write Books worth reading. Certain busi ness conditions make the price 20c; 5 FOR 90c We have sold duplicates at 50c each and counted them real bargains. They are cloth-bound, and press-work is first-class. Among the titles are : jEsop's Fables Mysterious Island Ardath Natural Law in the Arctic Explorations Spiritual World and Discoveries Old Mam'selle's Secret Barnaby Rudge Our Mutual Friend Bleak House Pathfinder California and Ore- Picciola, Undine and gon Trail the Two Captalns Charles O'Malley Pickwick Papers Character Pilgrim's Progress Clerical Life Pioneer, The Cloister and the Hearth Poe's Poems Cranford Poe's Tales Crooked Path Fed Rover, The Crown of Wild Olives Scarlet Letter Sesame and Lilies Scottish Chiefs Deerslayei.The Self-Help Dombey and Son Sartor Resartus Dream Life Shadow of a Crime Duty Schonberg-Cott- Egyptian Princess Family Emerson's Essays Silas Mamer Feet of Love Spy, The Felix Holt Spanish Gypsy Firm of Girdlestone Tennyson's Poems Golden Deeds, Book of Theophrasius Such Great Expectations Thrift Grimm's Household Twenty Thousand Stories Leagues Under the Hardy Norseman Sea Harrj Lorrequer Two Admirals Holy Living L'arda Hypatia Vathek, History of In the Golden Days Views Afoot Knight Errant Vendetta Last Days of Pompeii Whittier's Poems Lucile Wuhelm Meister's Ap- Mirtin Chunlewit p'nticeship and Travels Madcap Violet Wing and Wing Mntn street. enr It is moving time for cer LrrTLE tain lots of Children's Cloth cni tc incT- Prices drop a half or F0LKS thereabouts. White and colored Dresses of ging hams, lawns and cambric at 35c and 51, reduced from 75cand St. 75. Some of them are plain, others tastefully trimmed. Cool-day Dresses of cashmere, light and dark colors, at 1 and $2, reduced from $2 and $4. Made with gretchen waists and topped off with lace and ribbon. Short white Coats for Autumn wear, at $2 to S10, reduced from $4 to H20. Ten very attractive styles. Lots are limited aiid present prices will make short work of the distri bution. Sizes 1 to 4 years. Second floor, Faartn areaa. EMBROIDERIES ,,- J-gJ to sell at less than half their worth. Fine Cambric Embroideries, 4 to 8 in. wide, at 10c a yd. Values in the lot up to 25c. Cheapness that cannot be duplicated, and just in the nick of time for trimming Autumn Underwear and Children's Clothing. Oroaavray. gummct ggfpartg. NEW YORK. Saratoga Hprlnga. UNITED STATES HOTEL MARATOUl SPRIMGS. , V. OPEN UNTIL 0CT0BEE 1st BTEAM HEAT IN MAIN BBILDINO AND C0TTAQ8 ROW, Oolf llnka and bleycl paths In prime condition. J"),"? .d.M,ljr.,'3'.ful1 orcuwtia. September la the most delightful of all montts at baratoia OAUSJtPEHllY, Props., u, a. Hotel. Saratoga, N. Y. PENNSYLVANIA. Delaware Water Gap. THE K1TTATINNY, Ur.l.AlTAItr: ItATKIlUAP, 1M. TMi favorite resort will remain open until No- J,!?lbV ?,"". "' '"! room, eu aulle, with bath, Ac. Send for booklet. W, A, imODHEAD SONS, gtu Surf. COa-KT 1IULAB.1 JCM-l-v CXXaC BAC13U TO-MORROW., niANKPT. T,1C v'mgs of Summer BLANKETS . and sultry days linger in September, but Wanamaker's exploit Winter Blankets, and wise are the people that listen to the tale that tells of their cheapness. It is not a fairy tale. There is a little Klondike in the wool for every prudent housekeeper. Fine Mission Mills Blankets ara offered at far less prices than you would pay at the mill less by a" big per cent, than you ever paid in this city before. And there are low-priced Blankets at $2 to $) a pair, and me dium quality Blankets, but they are all uniform in cheapness. The ordinary dealer says that Wan amaker's Blanket man is a fool. Can even the biggest dealer control trade laws ? Can Wanamaker buy at whole sale as cheap as he now retails ? No I When present stocks are gone, up go the prices. l The explanation is simply this. Wanamaker's organization represents the retail buyer and Wanamaker's, Good bargains belong to the Public When New York understands that the growth of this new business will be by leaps and bounds to a volume as yet unknown in any retail business. If you don't believe, study tha Shoes and the Blankets and the Bicycles and their prices as they go at Wanamaker's. Tfcim Hoar. WOMEN'S, ,Time. UP' th9 npccccc last tardy Summer Dresses u "es must be off while there are yet warm days to come. Si, $2. 53.50 and S5 for Dresses that were made to sell at from $4 to $13.50. Fabrics are white ducks, colored piques, linens, and crashes. A few Dresses of lawns and percales in the lot. A stylish company, but bad stock for cold weather, and we count a quick loss on them the best. Secant) daor. Broadsray. HOSIERY Great lots of women's AND worthy Hosiery here at UNDERWEAR less than normal prices. One style, of ingrain lisle thread, fast black and tan, plain and ribbed, at 25c. Proper value, 35c , Another style, of cotton, fast black, Richelieu ribbed, spliced heels and toes, at 3 pairs for 50c Would be fairly priced at a half more. A lot of men's white cotton gauze Shirts, silk trimmed necks, short sleeves, at 3 for 50c Not matched elsewhere under 25c each. Broadway. MEN'S ' Suits of rough cheviot, SUITS black, fall weights, are ready to-day AT $12 Single breasted sack coats, shoulders lined with satin, body lined with black diagonal. Hand made collars, button holes and hand padded lapels. They will please the most critical man. Becoad flaar. SHath atreat. BOYS' Chances are ;hs KNICKERBOCKERS ty's wardrobe will stand one or more extra pairs of Trousers on the eve of school days. A lot of all-wool Knick erbockers here, for boys, 3 to 16 years, AT 85c They are actually worth and usually sold at gl.25. A big assortment of desirable patterns. Sewed with silk, and strong enough to stand lots of hard knocks. Second Soar. aTlnlb. atraat. CANDIES , Making and selling Car.d:ti is a big business with us. Ab solutely pure and delicious Candies, made under the direct personal super vision of our Candy chief, and sold at modest prices, accounts for its stitcess. To-day, Chocolate Covered Mah mallows, regularly 30c, are 20c. An assortment of Chocolates and Bon-bons at 30c a pound that are not matched in quality under 50c a pound elsewhere. At 60c a pound Confectionery that is not surpassed at any price. Ilaseaacnt. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th av., 9th and toth sts. OLD DR. UltlMII.R. IJIlADtTATrTl .! T? 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' u " union aquare, Ilourr, ti to lt bun leu tino troatment aud adrlce froe M Ji v A.-A.-1.-O.IU Kfc-vr Tkhii urn ' '.I Indlaefwcaof mem dangerous case, si ' ' .,. oncet thoao dislrlng ouly first cla- 'h, uent should call. Theleadlng.wi ml'-i ' , 17 WestxHdsLi UtoS, 7 to V. SudJ.ii l . A-DB. CONRAD'S SANITAUU'M 1 1 "f,1,. S at (formerly atth tJ, TilepUuuo CoatulttUon l to 9. 3?ArW-,r' ,-. - -,amss.