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10 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. '
; L Draperies at Low Cost I J DraperlcM at Low Cost! UPHOL8TERYIIEPTM9 We offer at Special Sale To-day ffi&A an exceptionally fine Line of Home Mfj Furnishings at prices decidedly in- MSvn teres ting. Httrlr' ' 1 Here are some of the good things 033 ' J included in this offering : '&- I Irish Point Curtains. Table Covers. f 2S0 pairs, ossorteil patterns, worth i .1 y, (roiu4.Tr. to 11.00, An entire new lne nojrrpfttty. Nono fc n an . r-n r. r-n n nr n llllt the tlCVU'M, nclirit mill UlOSt StVl- 3.48, 4.50, U.aO, 9.25 Pr. ' combinations to bo seen here. ! ' Ihey'ro cheap, too. Noto the prices: Tapestry Portieres. iyara lioj-ard 2 yards 300 pairs, all new and beautiful of- zz . 1 fecU; resular prices would be U.75 to 70C. 1.64 2.88 0.50 ; for this sale, 2.75, 3.50, 3.98, 4.98 Pr. Tapestry Table Covers. Bagdad Portieres. SJSoa Covcrs- Tery i 200 Heal Bagdad Portiere", beautiful ll Koods, t 9 A A Eisbt a or 3.74 to 6.50 Each. """ M ,ttMWr ,so I I Coverings and Hangings. I All purchases delivered free 3 000 vards nssortet, Tnpcstrv silk f tO any point Within 100 miles Coverings and Hangings ut Half I I of New York City. 48c !fJ g g8 YarfJ I Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street. public iJottrcs. 4 TOST OFFICE NOTICE." ?- (ShonM be read DAILY by all Interested, as chances ftf rnav occur at anv time. at Foreign mailt for tie week ending Sept. 11, 1S07. 4 will close PROMPTLY In all case. i at the Oentral i Post Office as folio a: PARCELS POST MAILS close L on tour earlier than clo.liig time shown below. F. TRANSATLANTIC SUILS. 5 WEDNESDAY At 7 A. M (.upplementary 9 A. M ) a for tl HOPE, per steamship Parts-, via South ; ampton. at 0 A. M. (supplementary 10:30 A Mj for EUROPE, per sleamsn p Germanic, via V Qucenstown; at 10 A 1! for BLLQIUM direct, per V steamship Frlesland rta 4-ntwerp (letters must IV' bedlrei'ted "per Frlesland"!. at THURSDAY. At 8 A. M 'or . CROPE. per steamship JR Anrusta Victoria, via Plymouth. Cherbourg, and 17. llamhurf. If SATURDAY At 7 A. M for FRANTE, SWITZFR- LAND ITALY. SPUN. PORTUGAL. TURKEY. I KOTPT anl BRITl II INDIA, per steamship La Touralne. la Havre letters for oth-r parts of Euroi must 1m directed "per La Touralne "1: at t A M. for NETRERI AMjS Jlrect. l-r steamship Maaadatn. via Rotterdam letters must be directed "per Ma.sdam".. at S A. M. for GESiA. per steamship Ems (letter, must h. directed "per Kms")i t 10 A. M for SCOTLAND direct, per teamsh'pCltyof Home, via Glasgow (letters must be) directs "per Cltv of Rome"); at 13 M (sup plementary 1.30 P. M i for EUROPE, per steam ship EtrurU. via Queenstown. PRINTED MATTER. c .erman Iteamera sailing on Tuesdays take Pnntel Matter, Ai-., for O r many, and specially add'esed Printed Matter. Ay. for other parts of Europe. American and White Star steamers on Wednes.lsvs.fiern.an steamers on Thursdays, and Cunard. Frencb. an! Oennan steamers on Saturdays t ke Printed Mat ter, ..fir all countries foruhlcn they axe ad vertised to carry mall. After the closing of the Supplementary Transatlantic :L alalia named above additional supplementary rr malls are op-ned on th jlera of the American, UP English, French, and Gerrosn st.amers. and re- (ft main opn until within Ten Minutes of the hour Mr- of sailing of steamer. 5 VAILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA, ? . WEST INDUS. Ac WEDNESDAY. At 10 A M for Ll PLATA COUN- f TRIES dlrrct. per steamship Bellaura. at 1 P.M. for CUBA, per steamship Yumurt via Havanat at I P. M. (supplementary 1 30 P. 31., for ST DOMIN-,-.. GO and TURKS ISLA.SD. per steamship New W York. Jf TnURSDAY At 1:30 A. 11. for POP.T ASTONIO. p-r steamer from Pi,IIadoIphla. at 12 M for BRAZIL. par steam hip stl. via Rio Janeiro and Santos ". (letter, for North Braill and La Plata Countries g must r directed " vr Ast : at 1 P. 31 (supnle. i tsentary 1 JO P. M.) for HEKMUDA. per steamship It Ortnocoi at I P M. (supplementary 1 30 P M ) for K NASSAU. N P.. and SANTIAGO HE CUBA, per if, steamship Santiago, at 1 P. SI. (supplementary S 1-80 P. JI.) for NASSAU. N P., per a eannhlp An 31 tllla (letters must ( directed "per Anttlla1 ,, at 5,y 3 P. M. for JAMAICA, per steamship Ardanrn (letters for Bellie, Puerto Cortei, anl Guatemala ' must Ledlre--ted "per Anlaurose";. i FBJDAY At 10 A M (supplementary 11 A.M.) for it CENTRAL AMEKirt (except Coita Rica, and i- SOUTH PACIHC PORTS, per steamship Alllanca, via Colon (letters for Guatemala must be dire, ted St "per Alllanca")! at 11 A M for MEXICO pr fjr steamship ban Arustln, vfs Proreeo anil Vera W Crtu (letters mustliedlrected"per San AB;u.tln"i if, at H'BO P M. (supplement irv 1 p. M ) for ST. THOMAS. ST CRolx. LEEWARD anl WIND- Sj 'V7ard ISLAND. rr stamshlp Fontalielle (let- ir- tare for Trinidad and Toojiu mn-t he' dlrtctel 'll "perFontafjelle" , at 3 P. M. forTRIMDAD.TO- if. BAOO. and CICHAI) BOLIVAR r-r .leamshlp Sj, Cnracani at S P M f-r LA PLATA COUNTIHEd - w direct, p r steamship Kafflr Prlieei. BATURDAY. At Hi A 'supi lemntarr 10:10 A. f. M-) for ORTUVE ISLAND, JAMAICA. SWAN ?.i ILLA and CARTHAGF.NA. per steamship Alene f? flatters for Costa P.l-a must be rtrecte1"ir t d& Alen.",: at 10 A. M (.uprlem-ntarr U 10 A M ) , SST forCAPE HAITI. fJON'AIVKH. AUX CAVF.B. JAC- V? MELaodSANTA MSRTHA. tr steamship Kitty; at 10:30 A M fnrCAMPECIIE.CIIUPAS.TAIIAS. W CO, ana YUCATAN, frer eteamshlp Yucatan - JY (letters for other parts of Mexlro and for x5 Cuba mu.t i-a directed "per Yucatan'"': at II A M. for NEWFOt'NIH.ANI) pr sleamslilp Portia: fg ItlF.U for JP.RF.MIK POP.T IIV P WX. CAPE .' k IIAITI.ST VARC.OONAIVrrt.PF.TITOOAVEand i ''. TURKS ISLAND, p- r steamship Tburln ila. i '' ' Kails for Newfoundland, by rail to H.llfsx and Sj tbeno by steamer, close at tt.ls cfllrs dally at :Jf It. 80 P. (. Mails for Mliuelnn. by rail to Htfa lift and then e by steamer, close at this fflc di,lly as M SiSOP.M. Malla for Cuba !. atthls office dally tf a7:00A M .for rorwardlnr by steamers salllnc i '! (Moudats and Thursdays) from Port Tampa, y a, t 'JK Mal.s for Mt-xtco Ity. overland, unless specially .j -3? addres.ed for detpatcb by steamer, rloae at this .' offu-edallr at 2 3l A M and 3 30 P l liUgls- i is lered mall ci.,s. at B io p M. previous day. ' m TRANS PACIH MAILS. I f stalls for China. Japan an 1 Hawaii, per steamship Tc Oaal c (from fan Franrlswy. dr,.. her dally , 'ft tip 10 Sept 15 at 0 SO P M. Malls for China . nd Japsn (specially addressed only,, r sb-am- ! yE ship Empress or Cblna flrom Vancoiivrri, ( tj close here dally np to S-pt d at I) 111 P. M I, M Malls for Aii.tr.ll. (eirept thfM. for West 'f if Anstrilla). which are forwarded via Europe, : ft Vew Zealand Hawaii, FIJI and Satnnan Islands, ,1 W, Per steamship Mariposa (from Ssn Francisco), p close here dall up to Si-pt. 110 at 7:30 A. M 1 1 A. M.. and 0 30 p M (or on arrival at New '' Jf York of atean ship Campania with lliitl.h malls ' W for Australia, Malls ror Australia (esci.pt West i It' Auslrsllal. New z-aland. Hawaii, antFUl Islands, Eff per.teamshlp WarnmcKj from Vancouver), close i- r here dally after Sept 110 and up to Srt 13 t .? e:80 P. M. Ma'ls for Chlua and Japan, per sti-ain i. 'J ihlp Tacoma (from Tacomai close here nally up to 1 Sept. II V at P M Mais for lha rlely ) Iaiands.'r ship Tropic Bird (from San Fran-!ro, h sSose here dally up to Sept, J4 at (1:110 P. M Malls 'J i for Hawaii, par ateanishlp Australia (from Him I (F rranusco), close here dally up to Sept. 20 at Ditto j ( TransPae1na malls are forwarded to port of salllnq; I.' 'f dally and the schedule of clolng Is arranged on tha l! Hi presumption of their unluterrnpte . ov. rland transit. it '& IBeilsteredmall closes at HP It treviousday ! ? CORNF.LIU8 VAN CfrTT. Poatmaater. ;' Post Office, .Saw York, N. Y., Bept T, iU7, .3 I ft Clie iTurf. 1 1 conFyImd ot"ey ulT , if rn vi vtiiKri.)., iKiti, h 9' Aug. . rt, 27. vi. .Id, Sepi. i v, , ,i n, , ij Mj ' races each day. Ils-lug ralu or shine j A .ri,.'.,,JHUK ,,u" ' ' rrBT IIV JK Tralus direct (oti ack. Leava foot East 3ih st., N fil 7-jn'L-1.1" J " " .-' io ivno, I in. If l0.-y,l1" s " "' H ' sp-cial Parlor Carl ram 11 I O'clock 1 MI'VIIICII.' I Alt AflltllHI, lit I g Tllla riltl. (.DIM. All IIKII IIMM. poais a leave fiol W hllehall si (via Hay lllui-i. rerry , lulf B hourly froni II In , M t h Hi II hugs" Inly U P.!"?,'"'' J l,r,'"'-,V' Bridge every twenty Minutes. ; ". f" Wrooltlyii eiectrle rosd. cnuiiect dlrr. t to track M special au-unim dai. us reiur niuf from track SujintiK tfhattrtjs. i A PRINTING at a few bonis1 notice; 10,001," clrou I ars. J ..L.,;i'1,"1 blliheal. sue. per l.ooo, r.DGAIt j & rUlSTIN-u AM, SfADuNLUY CO , , 1U IVwt ililU si. j iCost ami J:ouna'. tfli, "POUND-Saye terrier Send full dUmon In fX rlllntoroiimun. I'lue St.. clly. mHsrmfntj.. m HARLEM OPERA HOUSE. ' Bvenlng. at 13. Jilt AM, Muh ROM.F in i JLhhil C1'T ,"" "' J 4. ciVin Tin: uiniii, tisT YiirT Tiiiv i rl ?, LAST a WEFKb' 1V3IH Hirer Souv.Mght.NntvV j S hut, l-xu,t iiu, iuo utile rt a.wWjL" " iL 3MKffrTtttssfft'Vl"' -SJJ,ylitefii''iiiisiiiii'l 'ii" ntustmriits. IvTTlATT AN" BEACa Swrpt by Or ran Vrttew. Sousa's ConcertlKTi,r.,:5, Pain's Fireworks, V"VnlT TO-MOItnoW, IIIIIUUIV, CIIII.UBK.Vs IJ DAI', s I. l, Kree 1. Klrevsorka. KITE FLYING OF ALL N TIO VS. WATER PANTO MIME. PROF WEtTZMiN ON HIGH WIRE WILL COOK AND DIsThlUUTE 200 LBS. OF CANDY FREE. H P. M. K.lrjUnd Littet oieltlea OF FIRE. EARTH AND WATER. AND COMIC PIECES. SiSO. stiAS I. .!. Sousa'a Hand AND EMINENT SOLOISTS SPECIAL PROGRAMMES. Children admitted for lOcte. to Evening Fireworks. i RTH A V THEATREf I al N I , a.unluy Matloet-. 2 IS u Edwin Knowlea, Sols Manager. WORLD: " Slnoe Alatiama' the local . . . stae bu seen noth- uUU I nUnii s.7ofthnea,r jsaa limpid as a moun- H f Ed S Rl fl J2mHl"tn' nUilmllUL KN ICKEBOCKERla, THE OREATE-.T OF ALL " OAIETY" HITS. NEW YORK MAKES THr. VF.HDICT UNANIMOUS AND INDORsl-f GEO. EDWARDES1 GAIKTY THEATRE BURLF.sgUE CO. OF LONDON. PRODUCTION OF IN TOWN As thesnpr m. "GAIETY" succ-ee of the day. inE MOsT BEWILDERING BEVY OF BEAUTlrUL GIRLS EVER BROUGHT TOGETHER. 70 ARTISTS FREall IRO.'l LONDON. ACADEMY VuhMandirvlngPl. I a.. G. OUuxore & Lugene Tompkins, Props, and Mgra. I SEW rCATfllES. , hew Sp. dailies. 11X11 U 11JJ 1 Mau. lo-day and bat , 2. Eve.. .-.10. EMPIRE' THEATBE.""""" CUAKLE3 FKOnaiAK 5Un.ver Charles i" rob man Pnifnti SECEtB'!' sa;itiCiE, By Win. Gllletf. Fresh from Its London Triumph EVENINOS b:20. MATINEE SATURDAY. 2:13. HflVT'C; I UovtAMcKca, l 24th st .nr.B'way.Evg nullO. Proprietors I (:30 sat. Mit.. 2:18. A BACHELOR'S -syjssr I "n. HONEYMOON. ! THC HERALD SO THEA, EVENINGS, S.1S. I nC MATINFES TO-DAY 4 SAT AT 2. RICE'S sf-DI bAME (. RE AT HIT. WtlWsU GREAT CAST. 30Uth .souvenir) CDfaRH Ivrfornianoo rKUIVl SATIRDAY. DA DIC SEPTEMBER IJTn. "" Kl Osi GARRICK THEATRE, gJiad'wVT' ll"jt A XcKrr. IMea. Charl Probm&n. tnitr, LST 4 MiHIlS. LAST fcATLHUAY MATIS'Lf. THE GOOD MR. BEST, lly the author of "The Widow Jonen " M0NDAY-Iloyfs"A Stranger In New York." ' UAI.I.ai'U's, Hroadway and 0th sc ; Scat salo to-morrow (Thursday). Reopening 10.M,V. a KPT. ill. I Mr. nRllltl'IIT hfl.lKt, Hl.a rfVIK nAH lo. and company. Including Mr. WM. J. LE I MOYNE. will present a new f-omedy, entitled 1 lOl IIOI I,IIIU, by Madeleine Lucette Ryley, IfaTITI.'S Continuous Performance. filUB I II J 2on., S(lo. Noon to 11 P. M. i SECOND WEEK OF CLARA MORRIS. (Great Popular Suoc ss ) MARVELLOUS B100RAPII (New Views). I Llllle We.turn, Conway and Leland, btlue and Evan. McBrlde and Gordon, 83 others. WEBER 8l FIELDS'tTfcsal NF.W BURLESQUE WITH STAR CAKT. THE GLAD HAND. INolIu. sitniK l.iirrt ., McINTYHF. A HEATH. AND OTHERS. BIJOU 'ItOI.W'ltl OEORGf. II. tT Vn!r '. . . T-T:: bhoadiiurst's Ev".v,k51")'.;J: kkk w crfyul I To-day & Sat., 2. TU K IIIUIIU MIL mill.HT. MANHATTAN B,tiRS.VWTr" lAl. TO.IIAV Jt 1T, Ar V. , Sirfcy:v"jl2,-M WhatHappenedioJones LYCEUM ftSsafSOTHERli ...... ,"v " 'y ,Le Authors of Rosemary. rilAV.bK ALLKJ' . . . . . , , CIH.Mt.li AI.I.EV fl Al VJC r.re"ry Evening at H lo. unui Oi nut t'uii'iN i.iiii Tresher and jollier than evert MAriNi.r. to ii y at 2 TO-MUIIT, ONE IIDMIUEDTH PERKOitMANCE- pastor's" ".,,".?;:..".r CO.N1INUOUH PtHFOHMANCEi 12 M until 11P.M. JAS Y HOhY. THE DONOVANS, I-e Bloom, Jana Cooper. Edlia Aug GRAND?,1"'" s,u"' " f "MatT I ,,-v' House, Abtuav P. M To-day. Al'llLsTUh PIIOU Le.see and Msnaer "A CONTENTED WOMAN." 1 I HI 1 T.U.ATHI nejri.tli.v NUIita:IB. I X l -o.l resi-rv. , ...,it- Oi Mais. Wed l-at. Shall We Forgive Her. I .COSTER & AdiiiiHKioii ." cta. RIAL'S ! v a u u 1. 1 1 1. 1, f BlnLDJ MeAsoy A M,v A 1ft other acts. RTA I? bJulu,sat"s IS Mats To day A Sat. 2, l"'ll' run fun tiKni I ?'P- 13-THF. CAPTA1N0F litK NONSUCH. PEOPLE'S THE INDIAN. OIi.UI'IA ItKl ,; vitli:. WO VAUDEVIIJ.B IIII I COLUMBUS WtAOT I Mallievt. A llulaer-S.1 i.My ,, i,ua , ICE PALARF 1",T,, ST' LEXIS'. ITO AY.- ' ...nfi .- . L. . OUCHrhrRA. 2 roNIulir. "nt'KY IIKFB1 lIlKLLhylEKS" 30 PhOPI.E. Murray I i''-utioiuijrMt ux "iv ,aj ' iiiiVi. ' J-uinwli, confusion, ai.d . .t prio7S. I HlllThea. I Couni.l for Ibe Iieftnsi I ',n as, S . THE RAYS A "A HOT OLD TIME." j i SHOES FOR THE FAMILY We don't make Shoes, but we do buy leathers when the right kinds at right prices come our way. We turn them over to shoemakers to be made up into Shoes for us. A word concerning four lines that are remarkably cheap and worthy your confidence: MEN'S COLORED SHOES AT $1.50 Well made of good quality Russian Calfskin, welted and stitched soles of oak tanned leather. Regular $). Sizes 6 to 9 only. MEN'S BLACK SHOES AT $1.90 Uppers of fine Calfskin, welted and stitched double soles of oak tanned leather. Bulldog and broad toes. Fall and Winter Shoes, with extension soles. Not matched under $). WOMEN'S OXFORD SHOES AT $1.25 Both tan and black, upp?rs of Kidskin, Willow and Russian Calfskin. Some have cloth tops. Narrow, medium and full round toes. Values in the lot up to $3. CHILDREN'S SHOES, 75C AND 95C Both buttoned and laced; uppers of fine Kidskin, patent leather and kidskin tips. Solid oak tanned leather soles. Newest shapes. Perfect shoemaking. Sizes, 8 to 101, 7?c; 11 to 2, 9sc. Should be double. AUTUMN Scorcs of thefe h'lndsome ' rich CUT Yesterday's prices were nRF;; dress stulTs Set but a bnef GLAsswarp a half more than you're fabrics showinS here before the' LAS:WAKe asked to pay for certain are carried off. An im- pieces to-day. The selling space is in- mense assortment now here. Among creased by placine: some of the cut- them glassware 'in the Ribbon section, Broad- silk and wool Eplndine. $1.73 way and Tenth street. The patterns Bird's-eve Armurc, fi.75 are "w, the cuttings, American the Mirror Veiour. $1.75 best, the cheapness unmatched. Mohur ticured Suitintr, $2 ,, Silk and wool Velours, $2 rui gw 7'i In- 52 50 from $4 Carriers Hair Tricotine. $2.25 I ru'1 Sw s '"-. 52-50 from $4 Two-toned Camel's Hair, $2.25 l &vv .. 9 in., $5 from $7.50 Erineline. S2.25 r1 Rwls' 7 '" 4-5 from W 75 .Mohair corded Velour, $2.25 fd Bow s, 8 in., $4.50 from $6.75 Brocade Armure Velour, $2.25 5J Bowls, 8 in., $6 from S9 Silk and wool Armure ErinKline, $2.50 Celery Trays, $3.25 from $5 Silk and wool mirror Beniraline, $2.75 Fn JJ !'" ?3 from f4 50 Silk and wool brocade Velours. $3 Spoon Holders. 52.50 from $3.75 Silk and wool rUid Benjaline, $3-50 O ive gjshes, with Handles, $2 from $3 Beaded Velour. $3 50 g !ve is,hes' with lundles, $2 50 from $3.75 Silk and wool mirror Bens;aline, $3.75 Ohve Dishes, without hdls. $1.50 from $2 25 Silk and wool Matelase, $3-75 ,llve D'snes. without handles, $1.50 from $3 Silk and wool Epincline, $3.75 ,Mer J,W -6-50 from $t0 Very rich French pattern Robes at ?S$g:g- S32. Material for skirt has graduating Tumblers, $5 from $7 bands of velvet ; plain fabric for bodice. T ujj n( tt,. Tb. no.und.. WOMEN'S T vo. hundred of them di mn nonce rnnn? JACKETS are to so,d at a fourtn to PLAID DRESS GOODS. JAthtii a M Qf They bear Fashion's stamp of ap- values. They were made for Au proval. Paris has gone daft on them, tumn's first cousin Spring, but are The most popular combination is of eminently proper in weight and style blue and green. A half dozen differ- tor wear this Fall, ent sized plaids. The very bright plaids make smart looking waists and 510 AND $12 children's dresses. at present. Originally they were 13 styles of bright Boude Plaids, 37c S23.50 to $40. Most of them are 8bYac"che"ksmGo1-:ind bIue- cardinl1 ndlmadeof rich broadcloths, handsomely 26 styles 'of bright silk Taffeta plaids, 75c I braided. Imported, of course, and 6 styles of bn?ht silk ottoman Plaids, $1.25 perfectly tailored. The lot includes 7 styles of blue and sreen cheviot Plaid. $1.25 Eton, blazer, double-breasted and fly 6 styles of blue and green cloth Plaid, $1.25 front Jackets. A variety of beautiful nro.dw,. . . . ' colors. Rich choosing for early comers. FLANNELS Bl savins m buying .eccd no.,, D.dv,.,. ' Flannels from the stocks Columbia Gas Cookers now here. They cannot be duplicated ; AS bpo and at the pnees J C00KER same time. They have three back and a qood deep nap on the face. satisfactory. At S4.50 they were the i2.c bleached Canton Flannel, Sc i2 lowest priced worthy Gas Cookers on yds. for $1. The same goods as the the market. To-day the price drops to brown, only bleached. r 40 styles of printed Flannelettes for wrap- THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS pers. The 100 quality at Sc. , 50 styles of Cevion Wash Flannels. The Not many of them left, and they 31c quality at 25c should all find new owners before night. 10cFlannelettes.se. Pinks, Iiqht blue, navy f-,no ;c ,t, jj-,1 f,.i r..r cIltr,,- blue and gray, with white stripes. X?5 A . for Summer 27 in pood quahtv white wool Flannels. ; cooking Convenient, comfortable and The 25c quality at 18c. CCOnomial. Fourth .vr.ue. ) IlaaemrnU JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th av., 9th and 10th sts. For Modern Homes. Tlio tendency Im toward more artistic fur niture, and if you wish to keep up with the times, you miint have It. Our new autumn designs vtIIJ delight you. They are graceful, finely finished and durable ; they v. Ill add a lasting charm to your rooms. Anybody can afford the most artistic fur niture, If they "Bur Of the max en Geo. C. Flint Co. HA, 45 o 47 WtST 23T3T. NtAH BROADWAY. CACTORV: 154-AWQI56 WEST l9?STREtT- rro MAKE HOOM for otir nrw Importations sa for XtuTirseir tli irrrat reiluctlnn Id oorsrts. fttovrs, un derwtur, Jt-vsulry; Llbsrt'a Violets, liwcj Llbrt's Co lognu lMu, JAMMF.S, 60S riroadway. gtUdtrai. A"KNT10NoiTll nnmi.si)LE.onAr)DATKui. VEKMl V OF I UK C1TV OK NEW VOKK. MEW f'Al. IlKI'AIITalKM. ai VEAHS A bl'EClAMi.T IN IllbbAhht OI HEN. OLIl UK. OKIMILK bas breu loi-Ki-rrstabllslie.l ami lia. lisd ruorb eiH.-rlf uo tbaa any other aUvrrtlslus physlilaut city papers prova tl.ls. Unilrr bis sf Icutlllc trruunsQt blood and sklr. dUrases. pilns In tonrs, rrd ipots, sora tbroat and ntoiitu, iilcrr., painful ssvdllijgs, ktdury and bladder complaints, si-alUlns liinainuiatlons, Kravel. undevat oiMfloric. is, weak hack, lot vitality, are speedily, per inautntly rureil Meu ulKmt to marrv should i-oasult OLIi IM, (illl.SDI.i:. Every linieillmnt rtmoved. hurrerers.ilo not watte tlm tlsinn.'le.sskllful pbysl rlans Ilemrmber. OI.II UK. UKlNDLF. never falls. OFFICE OVhK lb VEAHS at 171 West I Vlll St., U. Iwiruilth and Tib .vs. Ail rice free. Medl-lne 11. Uours.UtoV, bundays, Uto'J, Not-barge unlessturtO. II,I lilt. VIIKV, ID.siss .peel.ll.l lo dla ...ea vrni.ii unly. vule-est rTmanrnt cure guar anteed 1u all illseasrs or money refunded IUood hi1 son. sklu dleaaes, kldury or Madder IrouMe, weak, cr.r, nervous debt ll, i rrors of youlli. old ilrrnmi, weak. nu.eveloied urgaua. Impediments tomarrlKKe, Ac. lie lse, cousult tbo only oil specialist In It. Is rll.v. onic. oreras years at lig Eat I7tb St., ntar Union square, Hours, u to U, Sundays, U to 0. Sclen line treatment and advice free, Medicine only 00c. A .,. liril'KKIT rKII)l..RVjT IIIIB In dlseaanof men i dangerous eases soil lied i relief at ou.ei those desiring only first-class scleutlilo treat ment should rail. The leadlui; specialist. Dr. llonscbur, 1.'7 West md st.iU toil, T jii . bonis) s, 10 lo 1 A -DH. C'ONIUD'S 6SITABIUM, 117 West 47th J st. (formerly 'MtU st j. Telephone 004 35lh st, Cousultallou to 1). .. . . , A-Ult. BI.1N.V. 177 Wtst 47th si. (ll'way)i noun ' s IV to 1 wd 8 to i dalli result at lindane-. s 6Ignaturo Is printed lo fj BLUE dUgonally mIT fiCTOia tbe k JI OUTSIDB fl Ji- nrappcr yiQr -JJ of every 7r bottio of . (tho Orlfjlnal 1 jjJ and Oenutae) Ij yStf Worceaterablro SAUCE 4a a farther protection against mil imlutloaa. Atanti for tba United 5Ute. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. N. Y. gwonal 3ottrw. AIISOLVTaT. I bo days' residence. UllOIK'EK. llOOOATf A CAHUTHErW cfDAKOfA nave Eastern omces, VSO Droadway. rlrrt ?onrd. fail Hide. TEIIKQTON AV.. 1D4.-Pleasant furnlihed rooms; f Lome I aula j location desirable i terms r.-asonaule i table Iwanl, 7TH HT., 84 EA8T. corner Wadlson av. Uellght- y fal rooms, en suite or iliuly. nrsv clfua culalna and accoruinodatlons, tint Hide. 9QD ST.. 417 WEST. New EngUnd lady haamod- erate priced rooms, large and small i bountiful I t"1e i references, I Ji4TLlbT" ' WEbT.-Oouvenleut to all cars and I ij j. .theatres) large rooms; moderate prlctsi trail sleuu aicommodated. 34-T"i.hT" T-WEST.-riandsoine. cool roomsiex - "T "'""I boaxdjiiuamer rttasi translvnts acoom rnodatad. ' S4TH 8tH T WEST.-IIandaomely furnished enc J000' ,ls ' eB "'I extclleut board i refer- i ft.L1" T.. SI WtbT. Sawood Door, private bathi trtnoefc ""a ,1,fl90rl pwlordlotajrogmi ret- efutBtghtfl Scorns &mpartmmtg tatt " Bait le. UKlVF.rt8ITT TLACB. 9, oppoi'W Waahlngton quare Elegant furnished rooms) .11 conven- lencesi supetlor bousei gentlemen onlyi referenoa. Meat mile. GnxENwrcn bt., Bio.-tioomi so. nighti einp ward weekly ussioally papersi reading loom. 1 OTII BT.rT WEST. Moat desirable newly fur i.U nlshrd single and connecting rvomn quiet, re- flnad home. i)A Til 6T4S0 WEST Comforuble furnished room, i X with batb on same floort references. Owner. OOD RT1I WEST7" Se:ond floor. liathi suites with OO private bath) tingle roonm board optional) ref erences Bstii bT., 104 "VEST. Desirable room, suitable OsJ for one or two frrntlement large closet, running wateri use of bathi reference reijntmd HOE. ,f lats aud mnnrtments Ho 5 ft. THE PARK MADISON, OPI-OSITi: .Tltlllll umitltE PA UK. Elegant apartments, beautifully decorated i all mol em Inipnemcnls and conveniences Restaurant viltli sup, rlorculsliie I vrKt'THIX ?. ITrii. 7TII At. 1IIIIVK. lOllMIll I I ITII NT. New, large, light, airy rooms', l-cautlful view of picturesque Central l'arkt electrlo lUhts, elevator, and all modern convenl-nccsi rents only from fl,!!!) to Sl.'JOOi seven and eight rooms and hath "SANITARY APARTtVIENTS. an io an e. i o.in at. Biz rooms and batb; hardwood enamel baths i aaultary plumblngi nicely decorated! wlih or without steam heatt attractive for small families. JAMES B. HAY, 7 Wall St., or b4 W st 0"th It. "Tr'AnTMF.NTSin-the-iniFioc.l wi-lllnc. IH14 East ..a. 78d st., of two, three. nd four roams, all light, with bath. launlry, hot and cold naler, and balls heated i rents. 'l.xi to 814. FOLSOM DUOS.. fH Hroadway. corner IStli st. CtOLIIMBU9 AV., 778 AND nil -Flvo large rooroTi ' alltmprovemeuta; el.). Seo Janitor. VINT" WAIID FLAT TO I.F.r -Mr. large roomsi it sdl Improvrmtntsi must bo seen to be appre ciated rent from Stttl to $.'0. Apply to owner on premises, 809 and hu Jane st. "1 K MINUTt.3 FIIOM UUilToF. and all ferrlesi R and J.O el rooms and bathi all Improiemrntai resident Jantton 12. l'l. (14, 1S, 111). (17. EDW. K. MONAIIAN, 0t Franklin av. Can be seen Sundays. Qqr Bf 130 AND 13R WEST.-Four lame rooms. OO ctniral location, betwien ltroa.lway and 0th at., rent (14 and 15. Janitor at 13. OfTTH ST.. 441 WE&T.-Floor of four rooms and 00 bathi all Improvements, half month free frrTII ST., S34 KAST-lPstrTry rear dwcllfngl all JO tmprovementst rent Qo ier month, or light I. slnesa. m!?T-bt, los WEST FIveTiarge rooms and bath, all light, (III. See Janitor. "I 1 OTirsTTlOlT wr.ST-llv"rooms and bathi i- i--w heat.dt ail Improvements; all light, rent (1U. Janitor on premises. IsjrrTII RT.21S rIAST. Apartments oFthree and mJ four roomsi all llfrht rooms, cheap rent 1 qQTTrsfT742 F.AfT-FouTan.l five larcc.lfght iuO rooms and bath; corner house, all Impri. ie menu; rents (1:1, (14 and (13. Janitor on premises. f urntsUftl ,f lats Io 2et. uOn TtENT Furnished corner apartment, eight -a. rooms and balhi all cheery, sunny looms, rent (03. Apply Janitor, IU3 West 53th st. J"7LATA.vnAPsltfMENTunrrnTsheurrufnUhed, - In desirable locations; rent (310 to (3 000. FOLbOM UnOTHEKS, 633 Hroadway. ftOI NEW FLATS; newly furnished! sir rooms tJU and baths exceptionally fine. ApplySlWesi 9'th St.. or J. K 1IAV. 7 Wall st.; reference. ef lats ami 2.partmcnts Wanted. "rANTED Apartments by a man and wife, five Is rooms and bath In a private house, with ovvner preferred, rent not to exceed (V0 p r month; Bedford orbtuj vesaut sectlou pn-ferre.1 AddreM W. I1KOWN, 10 Cortland! st.. !f. V. girflUnu Itottsta Co Ztt (Sltg. DESIltABLE IIOCSES, furnished and unfurnished, lu desirable locations, rent (1.2PQ to S0.O0U. FOUSOU IIIIOTIIEIIS, C .13 Broadway. iTo cCrt for Susiticss purposes. BUILDIN cs. " WFTS. TO LET. and OFFICES A lar.-e number APPLY TO RUI.AND ,t WIIIT1N0, 3 IU-EKMAX ST. "IJl'ILniNUS. stor-s, loftsromcosTand studios to let XJ lu desirable Imratlons FOIAOU UllOTllEltS. 833 Droadway. rpo LET Three fine lofts. 25x100 ft. each. slneTyTTr X togetber.ln the suhatoiitlal building, 43s Pearl st.i au ornce on second flo-ir can b- ha with them If de sired; cue accommodation for a substantial printer and lithographer; from such the rent, lo a lar.-e ex tent, would tw taken in work; equally desirable for (alm.H.ti any manufacturing' buslue... Apply on the preml.es. J9tal (Estate .for alr -ruohlyn. THE SUN Harlem Bxanch 19 WEST 125TH STREET NEW BUFF BRICK HOUbES, $4,000. Arrnfrt for rm f ami It. alt lmpnjcRiPoir., fur nr In crllar, itrffta iAvtd an 1 1 fli-red; oltlfwaUi flagff-! and rnrll Miller a . tnar huttrr, two blink frum Van blcltn av ttatlon, Klaif CountT ElcatM roal. CKH31t...4lKIIH A 111 I'llO Vi:t LKT CO., Van Mcl u ar au1lKul1r1.r1.rU17, Sral Cstatt or ale -Cong if Maud 5 ACRES FOR $100. This property is locate I high and dr. frte from any swamp land. If found otherwise arte'r Investiga tion, money refunded. It Is beautifully locaud, wltbln about 1 mile of Minor, on Long Island, olid will te told on terms of (2 down, tlieu (2 a monthi aeo about this at once. Addre.s W3I. II. JIOFUTT, 39 Lllierly St., N, Y. JHeal estate for ale Couutrti. IOR, SALE One Dalrymple farm. .11 aires i eiten - stve buildings, r eh soil, lo.'nti d near Oardner. Cass county, North Dakota; price Mb p. r acre. KWo Btldston farm, IMn acres. hfty rich snlli serygood tulbtlngsi price (30 per wre; tlmi.tliv iin-l patlurei on both! eaihnear chun'hea aul school. For terms write WILLIAM MAN,Owurr, BtlJstou Farm, Gard ner, -V Dakota. i9ff I WILL Iinnlerly "located" truck or friilt V-J'-' term only one hour from I'hlla.lel.l.la and lthln .fetv minute!,' walk of tv,o lultroud stations; only (10 down, In In ice 12 weekly, with un Interest; poe-naalon after first payment, land level, free from rooks, stones, and suaiups; soil rich anil productlvei pure water. Ideal clloialo, dell ibtfiil location. Write for Information. ltlsLEY, III Chain Wrs st. rfor Suit or Co 1'et Cottntra. LOTS IIY TIIirBlTA8lioliF.?AT IIFVl.JsT'jT'.For mcrly Deal lleach.) The rush bns exceeded our greatest exi.eit.Uons. Wise oi! hac come out. looked oier Hi. tract, and bought, oilier, have sent for maps ami then written that lerl.iln lots bo re served. When ti.ey uirln-d they found Ihe Ion sold and bail to make other choices Don't put this mut ter nit. Come out al once If you wnm io makesuro of choice pus. There ore-many train, uii.1 on can be nicely entertained at lluthuuav luu. ATIANTK1 t-0a.st, "HAJ-IV COjII'A.NY, omcfl near station. Drat, N, J. ef or alr or (Cxehanrje. rOn BALF. OR ESCIlAN(IE.-0ne or the mmCcom A plcle suburban homes In the nidtk.l, Im-uti d at fiorwalk. Coun.t oue hour from New Yorki house has every modi-rn com en euce, and waj built without rt. ard to cost by day's works It Is close lo depot, schools, churches, rtc. and but short dl.lauce fium Bound batbtnii In aib For (urther particulars apply to A. II. tllUUI.EV. Publlcallon oflko IlleSuu ISrnI (fatate Wanted. DllLlinCAU 1011-FOOT I11.-I.UIIEAD, til I is ll.Mll.tllls I'IKII. Either must have 4 to S luls Inimedlaiely aJJolnlng and He between uthaud 12,'iib sis., ON NORTH OR EAST RIVER. A.l.lre.. .vllllli III t-P.IAI.r ill,, " Care lloem 2-, No. 1 50 Dro uln ay, N. Y. c Ity Ileal estate at urtioit. JAMES L. WELLS, Auctioneer. xri-iiiMii: tui'iiT stii.K. BY OIIDEH OF WILLIAM II WILLIS. Iteferee. At the Nets York Ileal IMalo Salesroom, HI Broad v.ay, Tbiii'sday, Ki'pt. ttlli. non, VALUABLE IICMNESS PIIOPEKTV. 151 155 AND 157 GREENE ST., and 50 WEST HOUSTON STREET, FIs i' story brick and stone I ulidln.-, Su.ilxluo, wlih L, 21 ft flnnt, on West III. i.D. n I l.i . and full particulars v lib Willmm II W I ., It f. r . H3 Uroudway, C'luriia A Jw.ksou, piis.utlrt's ullorua),1 lu and lis Exchaaiiu place, aud Jtumi L. Uills, DM Liberty u i West Fourteenth Street. A Great Fall Trade WE EXPECT IT WE WANT IT WE'RE READg FOR IT WE'LL GET IT No Groceries, No Liquors, No Drugs But EVERYTHING IN DRY GOODS In Assortments no other house approaches, At Prices positively the lowest for the qualities. Muslins and Sheetings New Fancy Silks Ml quotations represent goods of honest mike and tints!, not mide ilhtly with starch to decent E7 " te Yirletr. the public Ktw rtoman Strip TaffetM 6UEETINOS One of the best makes known Iridescent Brocades and Satin solid even thread splendid for wear. Flxmred Two-toned Trlcotlnes gg BLEACHED BBOWlf jg. 10's 16s Kstr Satin Figured Tafretaa, with plain B i!. !!!..'.!". !.'.""! !ll"s 13Ts Aai Mc4 grounds. In combinations of 6 I,!'.!!!"!',!,""!!!! !l3t". 1Cts DiJitlaandOreen, Black and Vlolst, T'i.'""!!!!!!!!!!!!! ill's 10's Cerise and Empire and other 8-(,.!!!!,.'."."".'."i!! !l07'.!! - 0Ts oontra4UneOecU ,6a B?,,Bch o? 3 Kerr Ribbon Stripe Taffelas, In satin ' '"" p. " moire all over designs, also Rainbow Stripes with satin polka dote-very nigh-Rrade Ready-made Sheets stylish for shirts and fancy waists ., g Triangle Mills no dressing (OiUO 44 72x90 30 Batln barred Taffeta Silk Plaids, SlxUO 40 64x90 20 elefant quality; Coin Spot Armure. ...... Rich Brocade Taffetas and Fancy Two-tons rillow Case.-Drl.tol Mills- SoroU designs In Basket and fancy weave... B9 neat hem torn and Ironed " 42x3(l 7 80x86 0 Still richer effesta In Taffetas and 45x39 8 81x39 .10 Novelty Silks of heavy quality 1.18. .1.29 Hemstitched Tlllow Cases Cable Mills made for wear, not sdtertlslng purpo.es 02x38 o. 60x38 la New Plaid Dress Goods i5xsa 1X B4x3B l3 AIIWsol and Silk and Wool Lest st., on our Unbleached Muslins stock was noted for great variety and stylls'i ft;- yard wide-good and substantial 3Ts terns this year wc show even grtattr ). Yard wide Bleached Muslin. aortmtnts and promise the handsomcit sljlt. one of the best make, for Underwear 6s Jt shown NEW TICKINGS xt 20CU Plaids 10 Tarletles- btrong llattres. Tlcklng.-f.ncy strip. 01 33 et, ,., plsldTlUue 60Ci Feather Proofs-new design. 11 cu Fancy btrlp. Sateec.-fa.t colors .12 4B c 8Uk MlxlPlald-.46 Inch Extr. quality Sateens-feather proof .18 60 ctt 0nta ,. Blu, clotu pl, 1.000 Cotton llt.-full pound p. kag. Qg M Ricn SUk and Wool Plaid. al 10 la 76cu Poplin Platdt-a dozen atyle. Upholstery Notions 08ctJ silk barred popim piaid. Uph. Tacks 2ox. 2 Screw Drivers 6 1'09 EmprtsaCord Waldi Inch Uph. Tacks 4 ox. 3 Housekeepers' Brass Nails 100 6 Hammers 8 Stair DJttons da 0 Shelf Brackets pr 0 Waeh Tinsce Fahrlre Shade Lifts 1 VetlbuW Brackets pr 4 Wasn UrZSS raDriCS Tassel Hooks pr 3 Towel Racks 7 .......... . . . , Cup Hooks d. 6 curtain Chains pr 0 Splendid Values In flew Goods. screw 'Hoots d. 3 Curtain Rod. 0 K.w Dk annel.ttes-twUl f Tack Claw. 0 Moulding Hook. d. 7 n.pped backs-checks, stripes plaid. and pretty figures for Ladle. and In Afcron Department. chUda"iDweMi4vrrppiMi4 WaltreMca Fine Lawn A prom deeptuclu aui emb'j 25 New Zephyr Fierce Flannel .., . . . . . dark, medlnm and llcbt. for Boya' Walsta, Children's Lawn and Crossbar Aprons h ciangeibl. lace or emb'y edge 4 to 14 yr. 26 check, for Children'. Dreue d Fancy Flnerqualltle. fancy trim combinations for Ladles House Gowns with straps and revers 4toI4yn 40 and Dressing Sacquea thirty styles, 7.4 excursions. MTHE WORLO-FAUOUS PLEASURE GROUNDS." I rrsgVtn. A delightful sail on fast VSPB-3K3sTtfc. gt'tt'B stesmers Two saTMiWrW -J-Tai grand concerts dally. jjPVJJ Saj jfl .Vnfet Msgnlflcent foliage, MM P9 Qe9n ll . rare plants, and hortl- (jkA sV&aEBasL' Mai CB"ar1 wonders. jCMPHajrB9raK Anunequaled men- BflHajL9JHBBH agsrle, magnificent fFaB--gaaBT'a,ssTjB aviary, mammoth H filH las? I 1m B V aquarlutn, grand B Ira 1 sW H Hk I H F museum, all FRKE. Tifin.ll1msliWI n Rl I ,"- 'ln.isl.ls I.lsnd BrSjraeBlBBRClsci Uake Dinners HEsgItscb1an1r'' "The llB-?-w Dairy." Boating, bathing, fishing, bowllnsjand billiards, TIME TABLF. STKAMEUS LEAVE Cortlandt SI plern .00, 10i00. 11:00 A. M.. lSiOOxt, 1 30. a .10. 3..'lll P. M. bo. Bth St.. Brooklyn. ;20. 10.20. 1 1 JO A M IK SO, 1 60, 2:60. 3:50 P. M. East HIM M., B 4, H-45. 11:43 A.M.. 1H:48. 2:16. 8-10, 4ilS P. M LEAVE OLEN IbLAND 1100 A. M for Did St.. and Cortlandt bt.. l:0i M. 1:00 P. M for Cortlandt M only 8. .1. 8, 7, P. M. for sdl landing, EXTRA BOATS bl'NDAYr). KXft'iiniot n rtmi, Inelndlna s.i1ml.lon to .11 Atlmrtlo.a. y SU HAY. WKIT. IS. In the Blue Jlountalns. one hundred and even miles from New York, on the banks of th. beautiful llelawuru IUscr, 1.C00 foot above th. sea. First express train leave. West 23d st. 8.65 A- M.i Chandlers st ll 00 A M j Jersey Cltv H. IS A. M. Second espriss train lea.es West 23d st. 0:35 A. M . and Chambers St. (I'llO A. M.l Jersey City 0:45 A. M. tleturnlng, leave rihohola 4ilS I'. M. and 0 P. 3t, bpeclal express tralna lease West 28d at, V:40 A. M , I hanilxrs .1.8:41 A, M i Jersey Cltv 10 00 A M He turning, leave Olens 6:20 and 7 23 P. M, "IRoSlf.Or4rr I AMIINl. AT THE IKON 1'IEIIS. TIMF. TAlll.K (bUBJhCT TO CIIAMJEll From VIM 1 N. it, hour!) from 11 A.M. until 0 P.M. From l'l, r OewOo 1, N. It , half an hour later. From Coney leland hourly from. 10 40 A. M. until 7U0 I M i:ritMv tiki:ti as i-exth. Tl krts on sale at all downtown track stations of tbn Flevated llallroad.. IMTTK. IsIXK. I.O-.I1 Illl4ril AMI 1141 K, OOe. AOIII (IV I'AIIU 4111 IIACIl, HOC. "MARY PATTEN, EI.HEKON, Pl.KAbUltF, BAY." for Highland 1'eacb, beabrlghl, Pleasure Bay Park, luif Hrani'ti. A.bury Hark, and Ocean Urove. Lv West l.ithtt uino A. 11., V:00 p, M Usllers pier tl'VO ' 2i20 ' OM.Y IIOATb fOV.Vr.CTINO WITH TItOI LEY. llAl.HAtlF. FHKEi reci Ived YV. lUth st, only. 'AN OCEAN TRIP FOR 30o. hT ROGKAWAY BEACH. bTKAMFUMILN HI.Ol'l'M AND IIHAN'I) REPl'HI.IO. We.l 2Mst., b 40 A. M, 1U 00 A. M., nilCK Ml.". P M i West I Dili st 8,50 A. M.,1 litis, 1IH16A. M 1:45 P 1 . nailery Laud , ., ' lug, U-15A.U. 10,tu A M.. 111 P. M.l ?l,u"'7'. llnilgt Dock, li'kiyn, ti 30 A, . 1 lino Tr", 00e A, M .i'.'0 I" M Iteturnat 11130 A. M.,PU., SUe. Ii46and il.-OO P l. I Sluslc. Manhattan Beach. Train. leave FOOf EAST 3 ITU HT., week day., 5:60, II-10. 7 4H, U-JO, 11:00 A.M. II! Ill, and hall1 hourly from I 10 in "i to. flruo, and half hourly from 8:40 io u 40 P M Additional Trains on KaoelJays CI.J C 40 P M i 1:00 P, M Parlor Car, ' i:xt i'iimo th iturn, 40 ck-sts. Tralnv leave Will I IMIAI.I, bT, week days, hourly from n 10 A Jl tod 10 P.M. Additional Tr.lns on Race lia). I I J C. 11 411 A. M . I -t 40, 1 lu P. M. jbxi riiiio.jri'Kim. n ii-.ms. fiAUF r.F.lU'I'l.li -Fishing UankTdallr. l6rTeach X a hiui'lays. 20c. la.'li war. bur bait ou Imih hCIIL'YLKR.F.a.f.'lstst.,7 15! Battery, , rr.nkUni ' S'ft.,1!ir.nS"1!.V'o ""Jriin..rA"l."KOSTEiri . O Last mid st, TilOi iiatt rr, b 20, SI with ball, "rKT i'i.T. ..KHiiriiii, ' and por;ii". J alace Iron lay Line hteaiii. r. Kew ork and Albany from liesbrosee. st. pier al b:4U A, M. and West 22d 9 11 p A ,t , jCraaino pottle .ma glffitautants. HOTEL KEN8INCTON, CCR 6TII AV ANII 15TII M V,1 Select family hotel, on the F.uroiean p'ani cenlral location uur one M.k from Union ,.iuae """"' i hupLrlor re.laurant at monetae irlie.i lirse and small ...Ite. .parlor. Iml and i,Jt a rAii'ii' ,' Jn .uim" . PI reasonable rates for aessnn or year. Transient rati'siugl. rooms, I6ui suae. (ril.y"uu ut ward. HUUfAKU ULYKlt, Miaauer. :i,f(u, , wj., -.i-ey. v rj a. . isssMMfr.iSaia.i V ' 1 " -rv- iVsh fPtI T. grading hotels and Sfjstnurams. This list appears Wednesdays and Saturdays, Motel Information Free. ror Souvenir Booklets of American an i European SUMMER RESORTS stud permanent Hotel caX or vddreaa (tend atxmp) Motel Tariff Bureau, f 03 Fifth Are., .Vcir Tork, -( D(t JUfirnt .St., London, .S48 Jluo d JZIroli, Paris. HOTEL (POCKET GUIDE CD-I TIH. (A. P. means American Plan; E. F European.) ALBANY, N. Y Hotel Ernmore, A. P., It ASBURY PAR& . J West End Hotel now open BALTIMORE. MJ Hotel Stafford, E. P., $1.50 up do Hotel Rennert, E. P.. f 1.60 up do The Carroll ton. A. V., 13 up BOSTON, Mass notel Yendome, A. P., 13 do. . . Copley Sq. Hotel, E.P 1.60 up; A. P.,S.50 up BODRNF.MOUTH,Eng.,Royal Bath HoteL A.r., i to 11 BRADFORD.Eng.Mldland HoKl,A.P.,3.50; E.P .11 up BROOKLYN, K, Y Mansion House, A. r.. 13 do Hotel St. Oeorg.. E.P.. (1; A. P., I J do. llerrepont House, E. P.. II do. ...(So. Oxford st.) The San Carlos. A. P., 1 2 ip CINCINNATI. O Grand Hotel. E. P.. til A. P., IJ DENVER, Col. ..New St. James Hotel, A. P., 12.50 up do Windsor Hotel, A. P., 9 to 13 f 8 EXETER. Eng Royal Clarence Hotel. A. I'.. U OT. BARRINOTON, Mass.. Berkshire Inn. A. P., 13 t.p KANSAS CITY.Mo.Tbe Midland. E.P..lupiA.P,3up LEEDS, Eug.Tho Queen's Hotel, A.P.,.3.50iE.P..tl up LIVERPOOL, Eng.AdelphlHotel,A.P.,3.50;E.P.,I up LONDON, Enc Hotel Cecil, E. P., 12 bD do TbeLancbam Hotel, E. P., t! tip do.St.Pancras).MMlandarand,A.P.,3 S0,E.l'.,lup LONDON,Eng.,DeVerti Hotel 1 Devere Gardens. do. Broadwalk do. Kensington ralare, W, do. Prince of Wales do. J Specially recoiunienladl NEW ORLEANS, La,, Now St.Charles Hotel.A.P ,11 up do Hotel Orutiewald, F P . It up do The Cosmopolitan Hotel, E. P . 81 .''0 up NEW YORK Fifth Avenue Hotel, A I' , IJ do The Majestic, L I'.IJ do. .(Chas. A. Davis) Hotel St. Andrew, E I' . H '''- lo (O. B. Ltbbey) Albemarle notel, E P . 1 4 do. .(N. B.Barry) New St. Cloud Hotel. E.l',11 '0 do. ..Hotel Westminster, E. p., (1.50 , A. P , 13 ,M) do Hotel Endlcott, E. P., 2 A. I'.. 13 60 up do. ..(E. lllh st.) Alberts.. Stephens, F P.llup do, (WJohnsonQulnn)H'flEmplre.t.I,.,ll A I' , do. (ithav aud 15tbal.)llotelKeusloglon.l. P .11 "0 do. ...(Win. Noble) Hotel Qrenoble. E. V . tl so i p do. e.cor.6lbav. and I Mint.. Hotel Hanoi er A I', do THE RUTLAND, 67th st. and Broaluay Superior aparlruruts 1 1,200 lo I J.600 ) rsriy rniLADELPHIA,Pa,.Kew Walton Hotel, K P . 12 up do The Aldlne Hotel, A. I' , 13 ' u? do. (Re.taurantalacarte)NewLafuyelle.l. I' llup do. fArch and 12tb at.) 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