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a i atastataxasassgassasasassasassasasasa ' '" ' " ' "1"- " -V I
If Dress Goods " Special!" Dress Goods " Specialsl"
I Weill's.
i WIU DRESS GOODS.
ill fjr fn.m c are s'10Win8 the most
l Vv-5u complete collection of Fall
-V yfrXiW and W'nter Dress Goods m
M M j fjfeL ew York. Everything that
If ' U m7 's new' rom ie r'c'iest anc
It lflm mos excus've novelty to
m - II iwmA ne Pa'nest f weaves, is
Bp' ' llorQ . here and at a price ex-
f ; - ceptionally low.
I To-Day Pour Special Values!
f COLORS. BLACK.
I ALT, WOW. TWO TONKD AI.L. WOOL
v' JACQUA1.D NOVKI.TY, j,,NE TWILI.EU FI.KNCII CHEVIOTS,
Iln combination of htj and black, JACQUAHU NOVELTY AND
brown and black and host of othor AHMUIII' rnrvuvrs
choice colom; aUo Aiuium, UILA IUIS.
AM. WOOL tA,r
FANCY MIXI.T. CHEVIOTS OUC.I "Wortli 00c.
AND TWEEU SL1TINOS, '
MOnAIH AM) WOOL
50OB; Worth COo. "'W0ADE1.01.I.INS.
AM. WOOL 1.10 2 Worth 1 no
it TWO TONKIMHAOONAI. AND JU J.Vf 9 v ortu l.DO
1 BILK AND WOOL EWNGUNB. An exttnslv wortMellt . novcltIe.
In a cbolco rango of colon, in
f WQ . PLAID HACK GOLIT CLOAKINGS,
tftFC.-. Worth 1.00 At Very Moderate Trices.
f 5ixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street.
' ESTABLISHED 1910.
I COtU fHSTbT. Full0U8l.n.tbu.hiTi
Everything boys
f wear (except shoes)
k IS nere-
I, Everything Some things un-
a obtainable e 1 s e -
r 5oys where.
We make boys'
I Wear I clothes as others
I don't.
fL Styles unique and
l unconventional.
& JBItOAD WAY, COli. 31st ST.
!
$ Wanttrt jftm.ilrjs.
fA ":A:7,'ACr FEATIIKIUtTC wrtonced' "finer
a. feather maker.; work arlveri out.
,'- . U1.111IAN A OUINZUUKU, tlin llrnsdway.
5 ARTIFICIAL FLO WF IIS Workers and learners
wanted. F. lllANCHI A CO., Til ud r.'U lltr-
'$ tVJSrr?!'" -Wanled. experienced h.iidT:
$j TOMkl.SH. McISDOE A CO .1 71 Macdougal t.
k Yl,-V'ov' FEATIIFUK Good makers "wanlcd. wort
I- -Agtv out.jril)HAS II WoeJIC0..8IVIImaiway.
3 (TsTHIClI 1LATHU1.8.-Cwrlers wnW;vvork
V, V given honm.
' M UN AJIF.ILIll.U.V. B3-8ag Broadway.
j riSTItlCU kLa'TIIKIuT -K-rliu.d hil." aTpd!
5P V E. lmt'll A CO., TIU Uroa.lwaj.
S pAPKIt POXCS. Exticrlcnced k-I.H cm "Kluo ana
S-f -A putorork.
f NEVrAPKIluII0XCO.IeWooterit.
I IMHltr.l.LAN. Ironir and ai.nt.nt m.iuitar
J want.d CII1.0HS liltoTIIFKs, (liig Broadway.
S bttrri-tn Uouniiu and IlktokiT in. '
I .jyu.i.t--ynita"T5fttiiattic8' &t'
V TJOV nliout 14 wanlod lo lnrn diamond ict'tin.
S iAd(Irnn U.,l)ox UOSuuoniw.
i JiLACUbSIITII ivauToiTat CilO wJT"lOinVt.
i L ,
Wamtd 3itics miscellaneous.
A OF.NTS AM) DKALF.ItSwan7l tn .oil the Itr.j
LlRhttour ni-w liiiiriivi-d luantl. and liururr.r.
upfrtur to anythlin; uu tlio market, tiruia exteu
Uonollr llberuf. Ci.ll at r
"KX I.NCANDl.hCKNT MOIITCO , 70 NaMau t.
ff A BVtIlTI'.r.MK.ST CA.NVAHEK oil w.ekly i.f.
Sr r ' Iliilu r., buenwoti Tueadaj and
jH Wrdnrailar, a till 4. '
T fJIMEDIATKLV. a lutratltn t oiuThi (oMivn caiiatila
f ,T.7,,U! '' .xperlontai lu butliiPM and iirofmlon.
a, Addrtu ALEUT, 0!10 8th .r.
i ''
ituntioiw Wanted 2Ualejs.
i plKCTnOTYlilLruation wan'tfTTiTbJadT.
J, jJ rallabl. juuuu mans full undeiatauilt all
,j srancbraaf tb. l.uilnru; tlnt-claja referanc Ad-
jj nK. F., box loisuuoniop.
i V ANTED llj . jotiuu man (TiSf"n nnTtTon"wlTS"i
' mrrcautlla buuaa (wlioleialn dry (tonrlt nra.
Mrrd). wlu-rtbrliaphancii for ailv.nrviu.ul: !
if i,,F,?J'a l"Vm'" " f urnl.h Uit of reforvui.e aa to
ii .bUlty and cbaractf r. AiWrf
: IloNthr, box 1HI Bunomc
TlrAlTr.It Colored limn of "long eiporleuce vranli
f ' ohamo of table In hoapllnir Iioum, urlvau
f ftually, or mull hotel i beat of reference!. ''"'"
if YOITNiTIiaT.' wanta te'riearn a tra iaTTirliitlng pra-
J -A rerred, lu nuall olllcei i-nn n-t plain n'attor.
?, TI1AIIE, b.i nahunomoa.
'i Jtanofottes, (Dromw, &t.
1 FISCHER PIANOS
W WliaTeouIiai.dalare agiurtmentnf ODD ittlri,
A B.vr an.l illjibtlr ued Plauo, In imi.nm dttliina and
J" rtolce wimia, v. hi, U will be offered at a
GREAT REDUCTION
t from their reiulnr price. 1 MU t hauca to atvur. .
L Orat cla plauoabould not be overlooked.
'.ft Culior.aar tiajniunta.
A WAIlKIUK'MSi
V as union syuAiti:, wist.
(f between Iriiu and 17th an , .Now Tor.
Mualolamaay tlindlatliiguliiitliiclmrai'lerulluiTth
i u WEBER PIANO
i Ultlljrili).tl.ellctuue
! I'rleea rpaaouuliloi terrna liberal
5 Aliol.rgaaaortiiii'iilif allglitly uaed and aeeond.
, aiDil pt.noa.t jirina ranulnj rrom aino to j7b
J wuprlaiiiitib.rulluwliigiiiiik.ri. iininiiKntben, '
WKIIhll, CIUCKKHINO
s IIAI.LL11 A DAVIS. hTKIN WAY.
5 llEllUUHOS. )IA 05I IOVR.
Wr.llF.KWIIFF.IX)UK I OMPA.Ny"
j, Dili ae cor, mihat.. N.Y.
. . . rpitUiHTH."
l, 7a octave, medium alee. 17.00 n monthly
;i ti,iXti"' " "." " :"- elrt'iS
aoltllON. IftU Fifth .r.uet'siiiuinU JlVl V"
t A ,,;l-EUIM. I I'KIOin oiilv 100i a ureal ba?
1 m...'".' ","".r"'"".l ""'" "iidbaiid and new
J;!;,1;." ' to.luced prlt-cn callor auud for cati-
Nl.EmUM I'l sn A OilOAN CO.. no Ea,t 1 4th at.
I Bruve".'!! KIKUtST 1'PHIUIIT 1'IANOS.-
RENTS S3 MONTHLY. Cartage Free,
I patents. '
1 ATfcSra i fur liiveiitliiua procured uromntlvi lw
t urbt.d,i,,Bi,4,.u' miM' ' 'v:
f
lUisierUaueouc. '
mi VWWiiYKEilH.-Hpu.au. rout. oTlurlT.
L Pt --iwaw -.J- ,;' mi " r i i-1- ..-
muuernenw.
G A R R IcKTH EATR eTsJSSJ;'.""
Hoyt A FicK, Leea. Charlee Frohman, Manager.
Till: HUNT UnUTIA Every Moinenl
TDK VF.AH. HUB 1 W IIF.IIKIMF.NT.
A STRANGER "TZZ..
jgaga. m new york.
KNICKERBOCKER. eT"m.,,1.i.
Moat Faavlnatlug Oalety Co .veraetuln.N Y
GEO. EDWAROES' GAIETY THEATRE
COMPANY OF LONDON.
neraldaaja:E,erjbody will ,, --...
go to "in Tou.".nd ELI TaB lAf rl
every oue will bo pleaaed. I l III 13U Al
v&? uSr.s'cdV!l l I U Iff ii
ACADEMY .Tin Vi,g .
E. 'J. uilnior. A hugtna Tnmiikim, I'mpa. ana Mgrt.
QKA.SDEH T1UX EVFlt
SS5L "NATTTRT!"
New Tranaforaiatloa. XV A U -lll-Li
SOU I'F.iJl'I.E. -.,
JltTSVEI). AND BAT, AT 8; EVE.. H-1S.
EMPIRE THEATRE, u75?.r;r.
CHAHLCft FIIOIIMA.H Mauager
Chart Fruhman l'rwu'n
Niiicicerr sicicvicii),
Ily Wm. Gillette.
....... rr'n ,tuui " 1-ondon Triumph.
F.VI.SIXOH, .p. MATINtEMATUKDAY.Biia.
hit.7 MAUDE ADAMS.
THP IIEItAI.Il SO THEA EVENTNCisTbiTBT
!- UATISKKSWtD.AblT. AT
UK F.' (TIIDI NAME
OltEATniT 9lrCl nnFATCAST.
auuih (mvenlr CDFIHI)
ivrronnauc. rKUIVl
RATfllDAY. Qanic
HEn.za. rAKlS.
WALLACnCfi miOADWAY-aciTIIBT!
HUl,HVl O Ei... Silji Sat.at.. II.
A llnlllant Comeily."
Mil. iikiiiii:ut hkLiuv
Mlt. KfPIR Nil two
Frnentln Uadelelue I.ucett. Ilrley'a Comedy.
f,A COATOFMANYJOLORS."
HOYT'S. '-Sr-1 K-A'iSr,-
A BACHELOR'S ---Cr
B0"u," HONEYMOON.
KEITHJS Continuous Performance.
HENRY E. DIXEY
OKF.AT BIOdllAMI (newvlona). JAS. THOUNT'l.v!
KOSTER I "' allli: ,tl.Hslo"
& BIAL'R iiii1,1m,i. i 50C.
BIJOU. IItB,AM doroj ii.
Wed..ndSut..l!.lTII nillUB Wit. tiniulIT.
GRAND 8S """v. ,n 3 J1""
WAJHEWS& BULOERcoi'v
5TH 111 TO NKJI1T fi-XO. MAT. HAT. 2(18.
"' fly EDWIN KNOWI.ES ManagV,
Hi. A SOUTHERN ROMANCE,
"Flrat genuine artlallc hit of the teaaun." World
LYCEUM "5ffiS0fHE"RN
.a..!1."'1.?'.''' tL.uthor of Ito.emary.
CMAtUK Al.f.U I IIAM.K AI.I.Kr
PASTOR'S "WrJJr-
co-N'i?'V,V """MAjrr'ES 12:n0unlll 11P.M.
.-,! ,lAMLRJl.SlliK'-AM' O'UHIKS HAVEL,
WH.LIAJlSftWALIiF.il. OLSBMATOUIMPIIE.
1 .tTi' HT TIIEATUE, near nth av. " Nigliimift.
JL'i: M.H Wed A sat. mil LONDON A-rcEss.
Shali We Forgive Her?
TIIR 1. 1. 4 It IIAM1 III III.KMU'lt.
Hi olloi .11 A III K I.OITIl .ud othen.
T"iVrgr"Ar WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES.
HARLEM OPERA HOUSE, maat"?'
TriE MYSTERIOUS ME. BUGLE.
DAI V'Q I I"rry Ftenlng at in."
unui Oil Till! l lit) I a uni
...,r.'.'.!'.?r '"' Jolllor than overt
- JMA11NEKS WEI). AND H4T. AT 3.
CE PALACE.To.l5lgMTheudorBBdort
ftlUlCIt.lY I Ureall,. Nuic.O'K.III I I-rlcea.
Illll,Ix.v.ft4lici. Leah tlwForaaken. iiSlsa
STAR K,J,"""!t,": M"- WM.'ftSat.. 8.
Sept. I'O-I.lllputlaiii lu Fair at Mldjet Town."
THIRD AV. fun&Fi?
runATiiii. HUMAN HEARTS.
41A.IAOI tiii: mum, oK"TTii?"TOMiri
COLUMBUS ittlVW-W"'
OLYHHIt IIUUK iAUUE..
LAST WLKK ""
NEXT MONDAY. urC.Nl.SU OF MUBIO nALL.
"Swhxtfiis Chaueec". '
A rRT.NEH wanted wlili f.l.oilOi onrjialf Intere.i
.wutr.ctlH englnverlug bu.luei., n.iiun.omw,
JOUl atrl.ie.1 lnve.ilji.tiou .llow.V. fill uiV,i?S
Ur.J,.pJyMcWJNfDWIUUI.S,VuN
IJI'lNTINOal al.w houra'nfitlcO! u,owt cimul.r.
l....J.0J"i anJ blllhaada, 400. pir l.ono JTiiiiai!
I'iU-NTINO ASD BTATWMCUY CO., oi' Wt.l "Jul gU
LADIES'
TAILORING & DRESSMAKING
ORDER DEFT.
( THIRD FLOOR.)
ADVANCE MODELS OF
TAILOR-MADE GOWNS
IS'CLVDIXU THE NEW BLOUSE EFFECTS,
ALSO AN ELEGANT AND DESIRABLE
SELECTION OF EARLY FALL MATERIALS.
NINETEENTH ST. & SIXTH AVE.
jjp pJNT'SpINEpURNITUnE
THE STAMP OF ORIGINALITY.
How many rooms do you enter that bear
tlie reiri-alilug utamp of tlic occujjunf. per
wuulltyl C?n jou not count them on jour
flriKi'n , itosulbly on your tlimnlis?
AuJ Tct how caf.r It In to avoid taklnjr
one's t.intes at eecond hand I
Ilcidei huiU ot vAclueiro and charmliiK
novi-.tlcH In autumn furniture, we nhovr du
llghtl'ul den contrivance), mcj cornors,
drapery ami couch ariaiiu'eiiientit that will
giro you won- new Ideas in an hour tLan
you could think out In a jear. You are
perfectly welcome to the Ide.m.
Designs oriuiuated apeclally for you, If
you
"buy ofthc maker"
Geo. C.Flint Co.
4.1.45 and 47WEST2i,ST
NEAR BROADWAY.
rACTORY: l54-ANOl56YSr l9?STRttT
W.LDOUGLAS
t$3 SHOE
Boot In tho World
HaND-EERED process.
Just pood a. thojs
coitlni; ( tn tH. Tbs
largcat niaimfjcturer.
and retailer, of W
lines In the world.
Only one profit between
juuandua. ( at.lnnue
tree W. I.. Ixjiulaj,
llrockton, MaAS.
Our (tor la lo"ated at
New York, S. 1.. 1K11 Droadway, 1SI Ilmad
wav. xnt We.t lBoih at i74 Third .v., f2io Third
.v, lllft Hjl.lh av., 114 Fulton at.
Ilrooklyn. 1. v., 701-710 Ilroidw.y, 1307 Broad
way, 431 Fulton at , 4Vt Filth av
J.rev HI J, X. J.. lO.Sewarkav.
public Jlotiee.s.
"IJOST OFFICE NOTICE
(Should be read DAILY by all Intereated. a. change,
may 'e -ur at any lime.)
FnrItcn inalu for the week ending Sept. 18. l07,
will cloee (PHOJIITl.Y In all caee.) at the Oeneral
I'it OftliM a. followi; PAHCLLH 1'OST HAILS ilole
one bour earlier than cloalng time abowa below.
TRANSATLANTIC MAILS.
TUF.SDAT.-At 1 A. It. for Europe, per ateamihlp
Trave. via Plymouth and Ilretren (lettera for
Ireland Iliuat le directed 'per Tra'e")
WEDNESDAY At 7 A M (auplleneulary 0 A. M )
for EL'HOl'F. iter f'ramahlp St I'a'il. via fouth
ampton (b tt.ri for Ireland uiu.t 1 dlrecteU "wr
lit. Paul" at V A l. (lupplementary 10 30 A. M )
for EUItdh. peraleaiii.ttlf) Teutonic, via Vueena
town, at l'l A M. for 1IEI.OHM direct, per .learn
ahlp KomliiKton, via Antwerp letter, muat
dlrecte-i "p. r Kenalugton"j.
THURSDAY -At 7 A. M for EUROPE, per ete.mablp
F Illamarck. I'lymntith. Clierleurg, and Ham
burn, at MA 1 for NETIIERIANDs direct. t-r
aleam.hlp Wrrkendain. la Aiiiilenlam (latter.
imitt lie directed " ier Werk-ndtm "j
SATURDAY -At rtSOA. )l forFllASCF.BWIT7r.lv
LAND. ITALY. M'ilN. PORTU04L. TrRKF.Y,
XIYPT, nml milTIMI INDM, per l.-amal.lp La
Pretame, ila Havre; at 6 30 A. M for HER
JIA.SY. M-r aiejunldpHpree, via liremen (letter
for other pare of Europe, via CberTiourg and
Bremen, mu.t be directed "per Spree"); at o-MO
A. M for El'UOHE. lr attamahlp Camraula.
via yueenalown i lettera for Germany, Frariee,
fiwltrerland, Italy, rjpaln, Portugal. Turkey,
E(pt en I Ilrlllih India mint l dlrecu I
M'er Campania i at h A JI for NETHF.llLANDi
direct, p rat amahlp otida'n. via Rotterdam let
tera mint ! directed "per Obdam'Vt at h a )I.
fir (lENo., per .teamahlp Werra IletteM tnuat lie
dlrecu-d"perVerra")i atlUA.S! fnr."COILAND
direct, per ateamahtp Aucborla. via (Ilugow (let
tframu.t lw dltected "per AnrhorU"i. at 11 A.
M ror NORWAY direct, per lleamaldp Thlngvalla
(lctten muat be directed "per Tblnjvalla").
PRINTED MATTFR. Ac Herman ateamen aalllng
uuTueadaya tako Printed Matter. Ac, for (ler
liiany, and sieclully Addr.a.ed Printed Matter,
Ac for olhr part, of Europe. American and
While Mar areamera on Wedneadaya, German
ateameraon Tlmradaya, nn I Cuoard, French and
Ot rinin ateanif r ou Haturdaya take Printed Mat
tcr, Ac. for allcottntrlaa for which they ar. ad
verllaed to carry mall.
After the roMng of the Kupplementary Tranaatlan
tlo.Malla named above, aldllloual aupplemrnt.rr
inalla are opened on the plera of the Amertoan,
Fmillah. French and Oerrnan iteamsra, and re
main open until within Ten Mluutea of tb. hour
of aalllutt of atealncr.
MAILS FOR bOHTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA.
WEST INDIES. Ac.
TUESDAY. At 8 P M. for I .HTISIQUE and DEM
F.ltARA, per ateamahtp Tallamau (letter, for liar
bado. muat Ite ulreoted "perTa!iman")i at In P,
M. for COSTA RICA. wr ateamer from N.w Of
learnt; at u p. M, tor JAMAICA, per ateamer from
llCMtnn
WEUNKSDAY.-At It A. M. (aupplementary lliOO
A II j for VENE7.1 EI.A and CURACAO, alaa
hA VANILLA and I'ARTIIAOENA. via Curac.o, iter
atuamahlp Veiiiiiu I., at I P. M. for Cuba, iter
ateamahlp Seguranca, via Havana) at 1 P. M. for
IIARIIAIAH dlreit and NORTH 1UIA7.IL, via
Para and Manaoa. per ateanuh p Orlgem at t
P M for POIUO RICO dlreot, per t.auiahlpAr
kadla.
THL'llsDAY. Attt'30 A. M. for PORT ANTONIO, per
ateamer from Philadelphia.
FRIDAY At Villi) A. I for NEWFOUNDLAND, per
Icam.hlpCoreanfrom Philadelphia.
SATCIUIAY-At 10 A. II. (lupplementary 10sn0
A. . l Jfor KIIITIT.SK 1HI.A.NU. JAMAICA, 8AVA
rjll.I.A and ORKYTOWN, per ateamahlp Altai
(leiiera for Coata Illr. mint be ilirecied "per
Allal"li at 10 A. M. (aupplementary ld'UOA.M.)
for PORT AH PRINCE. PLTIT (lOAVE. JEllE
MIK anil CARTIKIIENA. Jr ateamahlp Altm at
lOiHOA M for CAMPELHE, CHIAPAS, TAIIA8CO
and YUCATAN, perateatnabtp Concho (lettera for
other parta of Mexico and ror Cub. muat b.
directed "per Concho")i at 10:30 A. M. for
HAITI, CUMANA and CARUPANO, per ll.am-
hltPrla Willem III. (lettera for other parta of
Veueiuela, Curacao, Tylnldad, Urlltahand Dutch
Oulana mint l.e directed "iterPrlna Wlllmlll."ii
at 0 P. M. for HT. PIERRBMigUELON, per
aleumerfrom Korth Sydney.
Walla for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax, and
thence nv ate.mer. cloae at llila omoe dally at d:80
P, M. Malla for Mlquelou, by rail to Hoalon and
thence by ateamer, clo.e at ttila ante, dallv at
h-M P. M Mail for Cuba cloaa at (bla offlco dally
at 7i00 a. M.,for forwarding by ateamen aalllng
(Monday! and lliurad.ya) from Port Tain pa, FlaT
Malla for Mexico City, overland, unloaa pectatly
addreaaed for deapatch by tiaraer, cloae at thU
rfflce dally at U:!l A M and 11:30 P. M. IReguv
lersd mall oloaea at a I', M, prenoua day,
TRANS-PACIFIC MAILS,
Italia for Auatralla (except Weat Auatralla), New
Zealand, Hawaii, and FIJI lalanda, iter tr.mahlp
Warrlni'io (from Vancouver), doae here dally
.rter Sept. 110 and up to hepl. Ill at 0:80 P M.
Malla forChlna, Japan, and Hawaii, per ateam
ahlp Uaello (from ban Franclacu). cloao here dallr
up to Sept, IS at iHHil P. M. Mali for China and
Japju. per ateamihlp Tacoma (from racoma)
cloae here dally up tn Kept, 110 at 0:30 P, M.
Malla for the Society Iat.nl., per ahlp
'Iroplo Uird (rrom Ban Franclacu), rime her.
dally up to Sept? V4 at OiJO P. M. Malla for
Han all, per ateamahlp Auatralla (from San Fran
claco), do., beru dally up to Sept, uu at fli3U P.
M. Mali, for Chin, and J.ii.n (atmlally ad
dreaaed only), per ateamahlp Euipre.t of India
(from .ncotivrrj, cloaa here dally up to Oct, It ul
6:30 P M. Mall, for Auatralla (oiocpt thoae for
W eat Auatralla). which arc forwarded via Europe.
New Zealand, Hawaii, FIJI, and Bainoau l.landa,
Ler ateamahlp Moan, (from s.u Franclaco), cloa.
ere dally up to Dot. IB at 7i3o A, M.. II A. M.,
and 0:30 p. M, (or on arrival at N.w York of
ateamihlp c.uipaul. with IlrltUh malla for
Auatralla).
Trana Pacini: inalli are forwarded to port of aalllng
dally and the achedul of cloalng la arranged on the
prcauruptlon ol their uninterrupted orcrlaud trauill.
iReglitertd mall cloata at a 1', U. prorloui Uar.
. CORNELIUS VAN COIT, PoatmigUr.
WOMEN'S OXFORD SHOES, ONE DOLLAR
Just 1,000 pairs of them. Uppers of fine black
Kidskin. Soles of oak tanned - leather. The sorts that
sell regularly elsewhere at $2 and $2.0. Remarkable
bargains at ONE DOLLAR.
CONCERNING THE FINE ART LAMPS
First shown yesterday and many of them have left
us. A splendid assemblage of hand-painted China
Banquet and Table Lamps. Trade conditions lowered
prices. They are now $4 to $75. Regular prices are a
half more. No duplicates of the finer Lamps.
A large number of Lamps from our regular stocks
have been reduced a half some, more.
riack Plain color, to be nnnk'; TIie works of standard
DRESS conn sure, but rich. French ,NsptS Authors, in sets, were never
DRESS GOODS wits' have con:ured an SETS before easy lo buy. Great
unusual number of novelty designs in lots of them here, well bound and
this season's Black Uress Stuffs. An printed, at remarkably little prices.
immense assortment of them assembled History, fiction and all sorts of good
here. They're well worth a look even literature are represented.
if you don't want any of them. Dunns' WotJ.5,8 vols, 1)1.25
Some of the handsomest novelties of Edna LwlJ's Works, o vols.. ft
the .r-acri.. ". in Ma-V Georse Eliot's Works, 6 vols., $1
tne season are in Made. Contn D ,,.s Work$i s vols.t 75c
These are among the new comers : Cooper's Lather stocking Tiles, 5 vols., 65c
Silk-an J wool heavv Cord Vehur.j-3.7S Cooper's Sea Tales, 5 .oK.ujc
Mohair Matelasse. leaf design, 13 50 Irvine's Works, 6 vols., $1.2;
Silk and wJ polka dot Velours, 53-50 Napier's Peninsular War, 5 -oh, J-
Sllk and wool Terry Velour, f 3 50 Green's English People, 4 vol? , ft
Silk and wool brocade Velour, 13-50 Micaulay's England, 5 vols, 75c
Silk and wool no.eltv str-pe Velour, 53-50 Maciulay's Essaysand Poems, 3 vols., 75C
Silk and wooi figured saw tooth Velour. 53 50 Plutarch's Lives, 3 -ols., 85c
Silk and wool plaid Sail Cloth, $3.50 Knight's Half Hour with Best Authors, A
Silk and v. yj MateLme Velour with vols-, 11.30
chenille pUld. 5 3 50 Wharton's Wits and Beaus of Society, 2
Matelasse Camel's Hair. 5350 vols., 85c
Brocade silk and wool Velours, $4 Wharton's Queens of Society, 2 vols., 85c
rounia .enue. Emerson's Essays, 2 vols., -IOC
SILK Selling all Silk, close CarMe's French Revolution, 2 volt , 40c
iiMnuFi 1 ac rolling, 26 in. Umbrellas Tom Brown's School Days and Tom Brown
UMBRELUS to-day at gl.75, instead Oxford. 2 vols.. 4oc
Jit S2.25 and S2.50. Colors are black, School days are here. They bring
navy blue and garnet. Wood and "tra need for Reference Books. All
Dresden handles, steel rods and silk sorts of them here at little prices,
cases to match covers. Funk & Wagnalls' new Standard
28 in. close rolling Umbrellas, black Dictionary, Orthography, Pronuncia-
silk covers, wood handles, steel rods, tion, Meaning and Etymology of all
at 52, instead of S2.75. tne words and the meaning of idio-
Quantity of each is limited, the matic phrases. Quarto. Bound in
bargains great, and they'll likely be sheepskin, $9.
grabbed up in short order. Pictorial Atlas of the World, the
PABA;ni ; Tw0 1-s of white Silk latest maps, with marginal index, his-
Parasols are ready to-day torical, descriptive and statistical mat-
at not much more than half regular ter, Sl.90.
prices. it-.tret.
One stv.e, of white India silk, with TRUNKS- tuCri3 maker of
silk ruffle, at 65c. Would be cheap at Si. HALF PRICES w?rt.n-v J runkt. ?'
Another style, of white India silk, . . . aded to change his de-
handsomely trimmed with two, three S,1S- , A .haPPv lS10" foi; Irunk
or four grenadine ruffles, at $1.50. ". for 't brought us h.s stock-on-
Reduced from $2 and $2.50. hand of the former patterns at a saving
nro.awr. of a half. They are all new and per-
wnuPN'Q The last lingering lots of feet goods.
nRFw-f Summer Dresses-1 50 of NOW $2.25 TO St 1.25
ukcsscs them .n al,have been Rephrly $4.50 to $22.50.
grouped on a special table. To-day They are all strong, sightly Trunks,
they are $2 TO $7.50 built to stand hard knocks. Some of
Original prices were $5 to $20. them are arranged especially for carry
Fabrics are dimities, lawns, organdies, ing women's dresses and dress waists,
piques and white wool serges. A Only thirty-one Trunks in all. Not
variety of attractive styles. nearly enough for all who will likely
Just thirty Bicycle Suits of printed come for them. Chance cheapness
duck looks like a wool fabric. The that can't be duplicated,
last of their kind. To hurry them B""""'-
off price drops to ONE DOLLAR. MEN'S .. n,J. n?cearv to announce
Regularly worth $3.50. Divided SUITS e, arnval of thfe 75 Suits to
skirts, Eton jackets. find new owners for them.
xc.Dd riar. iinmdvv.y. 1 lie' are made of rough black
LAWN Women's hemstitched cheviot. Double-breasted coats, satin
APRfiN-; Lawn Aprons, in a variety of lined shoulders, bodies of coats lined
styles, at 25c Values in the with all-wool black diagonal. They
lot up to 40c. They are all generous are to go
in size and neatly finished some with AT $13.50 A SUIT
clusters of plaits. Not much more to No more to be had at this price,
pay for them than cost of materials. Tailored in the top-notch of style.
NFW Spic and span Broad collars and lapels, hand-made
FMnDninPDiP; new lots of them, buttonholes.
KUlutwc fresh trom St. Gall, Bovs. Chances are the boy
and manufactured specially for Wan- CLOTHINO ncecs ex'ra Knickerbockers
amaker's. Splendid assortment of . Tor school days. Just 480
handsome designs They are put up pairs of them here to-day.
in strips of 4$ yds each. Prices quoted PRICE 75c
are for the piece. Should be $t. Fabrics are fancy
25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, SI mixed cheviots all wool. They are
Not one of them that wouldn't be sewed throughout with silk. "Sizes
fairly priced at a half more. 3 to 15 years.
Ilru.dvv.y. Rccond Doer, Ninth at reel.
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co.. Broadway. 4th ave.. Qth and inlh rc.
ummtr Hwrt
NEWJORK.
Sullivan County.
rJKiniT HOME, WMhlngton Pro, , proprietor..
Liberty, Sullivan county, S. i , Flritclau.ocommo
datlnnii large farm and d.lry, plenty ur fit-lb milk,
good livery: gunning and nahlngi C.thollo family.
I.ONQ ISLAND.
MANHATTANBEACH hotel
will remain open
until Sept. 20.
Orelicartriai Conc.rf. Kv.rr Aflern.on una
Kr.nlug.
T, P. BILLECIC, HANAOKIL
Bm Tim. Table, Rlcuralon Column.
Dteyele. Checke. at Manhattan Ite.cb U.taL
CONNECTICUT.
PEQUOT houseInd cohages,
NattY VOHOOH. COHM,
"A delightful oombiniUon
of aeuhore nd oouutry lit
at the F.quotl"
BI.AKCIIAnD at (lAGim.
tflie Curfi
Brooklyn Jockey Club
Races.
Sept. 14, IS, IS, IB, SO, 88, S3, EB, 87, SO, JO, Oct, 1
a it.ee. Ts-U.y at ail a p. M.
RpMlal train. Tl I I. n. n. direct lo grand Hand
IoVcatei'.-- '"" "'''.-.
UROOUI.VH TltAINg.
.,V ..Bi5f.?VY.? W-'POK. Tl. otft AT. Blev.tad
and l. 1, .and p. 1, 11. H about t.rr 10 minute..
gltJirm.
A TJlEs-;K-';-0-'- ini.NI)I.E.OHADUATEn.-tI.
jfl.Vhn.MTY OF TIIE CITY OF NEW Y011K. MFIII.
CAL IIKI'AKTJlKNTl H5 YEAHS A M'ECIALtl,T r IJf
DIMJAhES OF J1ES. OLD till OIHNWJS S twin
longer eatahllabed and haa bad more experience than
RH iT.eI ,l erM,."' I"Flcla. city paper, prove
thla. Under Mi aclentldo treatment blood anil ikln
dlaeaaea. palna lu l.ou.-a, red p..t. aore throat and
mouth, ulcere, painful .celling., kidney .ud Madder
coniplalnta, ecaldlng lullainmatl.ina. gravel. undtTel
opod organi.wcak hack, Inat vitality, ureapeedlly. per-
PLiilm' .OK'-sPl-l-- F.vory Impollmem removed.
burrerra,dnnot want, time vltninirlraa akllful phyaf.
clana. Hemember. OLD DK. OHINIll K never fill.
OrFlCE OVElt IB YEARS at 171 Weat fsilf .t Lt
ween 8th and 7th .v.. Advice free! Medicine' it
Hour..BtoB. SunJ.yi.8to a. .Vocliargtinle.cur?d.
A U.I.L,l,T,Y'-?0 ,0 ,he le-"tl ll.ll.lt Modlcal In
r.Ti '",ule. ucre you can oonault the greateil tdood
ud nerv. nieclIat. tn tb. world free of oh.rge
t orty yean .pec allat. In .11 private dl.caa-a of men.
5ll?e7.,i,,i,con.',M7 ,n1 '""T. Permanently cured!
sicera. ikln dlaeaaea. lor. throat, mouth and head!
painful iwelllngi, bladiler. kidney, dlaeaaed bonet
BS'aair' Wo'-'l my Infallible remedy for nervou.
diblllty. ""kneaa of body tud mliid. varicocele
weak, undeveloped org.na, Impediment! to marriage
loat vlgorreitpredi bear In mind, practice innkeeper
feet i thouaanda cured yearlyi chars, lowi leai thnn
.ny other aeclallat, flo to the llallett .Medical Itiatl.
lute flrati It la tne beat And cheapc.t aid Ea.t lflth
M,.nef.r. H 5r- Nw Vorkt no charge uuleaa cured!
houra y to B, Bundaya Incluiled, i
HI.U lilt. ;nr.f7ia. v"er.r..perlll.t In nla.
r?.r"-,,!r "!r3."n"' y'rlteat permanent cure guar
antwd In all dlaeaaea or money refunded. Iilood poU
ou.ikln dlaeaaea. kidney or bladder trouble, weak.
ne.a nervona debility, error, of youth, bad JreiJma,
e ,'i Jjf"1010 ?.rVu' '"Pfi'ln-.nnio marriage
?uV 'nm,1"'";1 "' ""' "11 P'olallat In tCl.
city, omce over 03 yeara at I SID F.aat 17th it , nee"
Union a.iiare. Hour., V to UiKun.lai.. o to a Men.
tUKMreatment an I ad Ice freo, Jlnllclue only Sim
,, UK"T I'KIIMA!!!!!!
!?i?'.r' nn";n,' ''.""'rniiicaar i eolicitedt relief at
on-et thnae dealrlng only flrat-ilui idem flo treat
iienuliuuMtall, TI.OI.adlng.poclAlUt.Dr.loi,ihSr
1H7 Wen 8Vd it.i t) to II. 7 to l). Bandii iVio to i. r'
A T?','; UO,N"iy'.H ANITAKIUM. ilTTvelTlitK
cn.Ml.pm"B",',a,4"',,')' T,lt"""" W0 "
1Y; UI-IN.N'H hanltarluiii. 177a7T7Tl77triiear
c.L'ir.'irloWn?yul8m"t"'"J" ""T 0t ,f"u"1 ""
BK. RF.INHAHD. 13T Ka.f 28tli .!., near Lexington
ar.. formerly We.t 48d it. 80 year'- exterlince"
LK. CMeheiltr'i Engllth Pen-yfCyi p;u,
cfujilnru rrifTunjtf. '
iOUTUNE, Ull 178 8un oOKM.
HilEARlNS (
Veit Fouricenth Street.
At Outset of a Mew Season
Permit us to state
A FEW FAdS TO INTEREST THOSE
who may not know our stores as well as they should.
REGARDING GOODS
We sell only such as will give satisfaction never lowering
quality to meet a price.
REGARDING VALUES
Buying always for cash, and in great quantities from first
hands, we can and do name the lowest prices at uhich gjud
goods can be sold-.
REGARDING METHODS
A record of more than half a century speaks better
than words.
Ladles' Underwear Splendid Values
Clearing Salt if ' jn
ME CAMBR.C CORSET COVERS gQ
nigh, low, V and sqcan,
. .. . t . . ..... Efto " c,t'T ,Um fcrtlnnntf cusl i ui
trlm'd wits nne lace, and Embrolderte.
decided blrraln.
rriBClpally .lie.' 55 to t J-
At 75 cents
29 CENTS hare been .40, .00 and .69. 40 Inct Imporfd Cheviot Mixture, with t-ie twi
roughened lurfau. th.t inakra th-tn rr t
In m ponae to many rejue.t. w. have put In .lock Aotamn Tlor rown choloeat and lit -it u,r.
a line cf Ladlea" Bn. Ca-mbrle Conet Coren, luff iboroughly rtliable trlc.
made to cmripeclal order, without trimming of .ny
kind, but of extr. fln. cut nd Cnlab high. aquu. At 69 cents
and low Deck all alxca. 88 to 10 prlo. Fancy Engllih Mlxturw and InvLdblsch-t-rou;j
25 CEXTSeacn! effect. IS Inch
CuiWmen can add any kind of trimming for whlcH j qo ccn5
they may Lave a fancy. M lhch Ttior Ciotb plain and relx-d ale stt us
If! COWflS-4 .pedal, at A8 CENTS I J4 ,n W" 0ma " BrtBM -
Empire ltuertlngi and deep run. on revei-ii
Empire 2 Imertlngi and Emu'y on revent At 75 Cents
Vih.pe eiiuertlngi. flue tucta. ruffle of Xntb'y i A particularly line line of lick Silk and TTr, . pjj
High neck yoke of doner tuck wide and narrow fnlly 15 comblnaUonj rrencb gv-jj.
All of excellent mualln ehape. pcrfe-rl. Eklrt. At 29 Cents
full lengtli and wldtt titra well made. All Wool Tidier Salting. 45 Inrbei wide avy,
Oreen. Black, Brown. Garnet, Bed. Gray ar, v r,,
FlflE MOVELTB G0W.1S I2.9B' alto a large variety of fine Iropon-d che ti as!
About . hundred la .11 of flne.t JCalnaxik and Cam- mixtures! for chHslre-n dre-ue. worti Mr
brlc with cboloett Emtrolderiei and L.rea only j 93 cents
two utd three of a atyle were l.t and 5.! Brown GrmJi 0wt 0,Jtb Md V,TJ. j,,.,,,.,.,.,.,
r..rn ,..,, ,,,. ,, ,, . r. . i.i. atlxttti c i Irldeagcnt eBccti 1 lo-h- de-.
FlflE WHITESKIRTS-Muslinand Cambr.c, vrtth body nothing ckotccr bima
deep flounce, and double rufflea, elaborate trim- mbanabon
mlug.ofUorErnb-y wercgS IB aodM.88 WKaae.,n-.M.
SOW 2.09
Steclil Ul efSHC-3 SKIRTS (t 79 CEflTSI CHInft SILKS
White mu-lln, with wide lawn flosncei, with In- fr fncy wirk, Tegreira. ne! Dntferwtt- .'e -rw
Krtlcg! and edge of Val.Maltew. Venetian, and other trin tlTinct. jr!ce. fully Ttlrtj-lh-te tt-t
fancy lacei-f ull umlrella width with French band! -)ur tjre.cnt stexk ti the rttult o' i e-je c.
oryokc.1 tr jjla-to b-.f.fc linnet, and wHIe tliia'ii yn
my llnd ano-tmenti lncamplete end j- tti i.ck
higher, wc will cintlnat t adl cur '.''ft srcciil
IN DRESS LINIiNGS r "
Twenty Inch 2 9 ceitt.
Fine B!k PercUne value.4 4Ti Twenty -four Inch 3? -Ws
Imitation Hair cloth for iklrt facing! 6 Twenty -.even laen 49 rLf.
Kew Rcitle Eklrt Unlcj SS lochM ttort than fifty ahadej every brtgtt at, if Jou.
wide 1'lalda, itrlpe. and fancy Sgnre. IS, tint, alao white and cream.
No Liquors, No Groceries. No Drugs, ) , . . 1
., n , .i r j .. r- .. h s'd mourStores.
No Crockery. No Candy. No Furniture J
gfeal getiegge
riDUC .noTicc
Application having rxxn mad. to the Board of Ban
rnJ Commuulonen of tn. St.te of Kew Tork by tin
Dry Dsx-k, Cul Broadway and Battery IlallroaJ Com
pany, under the provlilon. ot Section 100 or tbe Ball
road Law, for at proval or achu.gof motive power
from bone, to electricity, iui piled by an underground
current, or by atorag. batunea. or compreaied air.
acverally or together, in the operation of lu railroad
on the following route, to wttt
Commencing on Avenn. P. .t th. northern ex
tremity of tbe timet thence through and along Ave
nue l, with a double trask to Eighth .treet; uencw
through and along Eighth atreet with, atngl. track
to Lewi, itreet. thence throngb and along Lawli
itreet with a ilngl. trck to urand atreeti tbenc
through and .long Qrand itreet with a doubl. trcscat
to Eut roadwayi tbeno. through and along Kaat
Broaaway, Chatham aauare, Chatbazn atrert. and
Park row, with a double track to Broadway, alio
from th. comer of Avenue D and Eighth atrvet
through and along Avenue D, with a atcgl. track to
Houaton atreeti thenoe tarongh and along Uone
ton Itreet. with aitngle track, to Ooerck: itreet. alio,
eouuectlng with the double track In Eaat Broadway
through and along Canal atreet. with a doubl. track,
to th. weiterly ilde or Broadwayi ah-o, connecttng
with the donble tra-k tn Urand itreat at Lewti itret,
through and along Grand .treet, with a double track,
to the Grand itreet ferryt alio, commencing at th.
northern extremity of Avenue B. through and along
Avenu. B, with . doubl. track, to sKond itreet;
thenoe through and along Avenu. B, with a alrg..
track, lo Clinton itreet. thence through and along
Clinton itreet. with a tingle track, to connect
with the track In Eait Broadway, atao. connect
ing with the track In Avenue B, through and along
Tenth itreet and Eleventh itreet, with ungle tracka, lo
Avenue D.al.o, connecting with tbe double track In
Canal atreet at Broadway, with a ilugle track, acroe.
Broadway to Llipenard itreet to and acroaa Wrat
Broadway to Beach atreet; thence through and along
Beaoh itreet, with a llngle track, to Waahlngtou
itraei; then through and along Wainlngtun atreet,
with altnsletrack, to Battery place; thenoe through
and along Battery place, with a double track, to th.
Bowling Green .t Stat, street; alio, connecting with
th. track In Battery place through and along i
Urtnwlh .treet. with a double track, to the centre
of Canal atreet; alio, connecting with the track In
Washington atreet at North Moore itreet, with a llngle
track, through and along .North Moore atreet and
acroaa Weat Broadway to Walker itreet. and thence
through and along Walker atreet to and to connect
with the double track In Canal itreet; al) connect
Ing with the track In Waihlnrton atreet through and
along Waiblngton itreet, with a llngle track, to the
centre ot Canal itre.ti alao, connecting with the
double track In Avenue D through and along Four
teenth itreet, with a double track, to Flnt avenuet
thence through and along Firat avenue, with a
double traik. to Thirty-fourth itreet; thence through
and along lhlrtvfourtb atreet, with a double track,
to Avenue A i and thence through and along Avenu.
A, with . doutde track, to and to connect with th.
double track luFourteeuth itreet, together with th.
neci aaary connection, turnout! and iwitchc. for th.
f roper working and accommodation of the road on
be aald route or routei.
Alao a alngle railroad track from Avenue B through
heoond altett to Avenue A. and through Avenue A,
Kaiex atreet and ltulgrra itreet to Eaat Broadway!
al.o, from Avenue D acroe. lluueton itreet, through
and along Columbia itrret to Oraud itreet, together
with the tipceiaary croeettigi of Intermediate ttreeu,
connection!, turnoute and awltchea. fox the proper
and coin enlent working of said tracka In connection
with thee now operated by them In laid city.
Alio, with adoubls track front Oreenwlch itreet In
and through Drahnxsei atreet to the North niver,
and with a double track f romOreenwIch itreet In and
through Ciirtlaudt itreet to the North Itlver, and
through Fulton itreet to Broadway, with a ilugle
track from Waahlngion itrret to Uracnwlcn itreet
and a double track from Greenwich itreet to Broad
way, together with the neveaiary connection!, turn
out! and iwltohei for the proper working of audi ex.
trmloui, and onuee'tlng the aanie with the track! In
Greenwich and Waahlngton itrreti In aald city.
AIo. a double tra.-k from the Junction of Eait
Brnadw.v and Grand street, In the city of New York
lu and through Urand itreet to Bulllran atreet, lu and
through Hulltran atreet toCaual atreet, through and
acroaa Canal atreet to Veatry alre.t, and In and
through Veatry atreet to the North Itlver, together
wlili the nectiaary connection,, croaalnga, turnout!
and iwltohea for the proper working of luch exten
flon and connecting the lame with the tracka now
laid and conatructed In Grind, Orecnwlch and Wash
ington itreeta In .kid city, notice la hereby given that
a .public hearing on aald application will be held by
the Board of llallroad Cutniuliiloner. at the commit
lee room In the Mutual Life Iuiur.no. Building, nil
Na.au itreet. New York city, on Widnesday tieo.
tomber 2nd, 1HV7. at 10 o'clock A. M;,'UB"a' -
CHAULF.8 It. DeFIlEF-BT,
Hecretary.
Wnntrdjo gutrfcnijc.
TI'-ANTED-Camcrawith all modern Imurovemrnlii
t muatUcheipfort-aah. Addreaa -""""-r-"l
"CALM1KE." box 187Bunomoe.
WlircIki.7f?i't,'.T?7,,1,,r vliat ,a nn r"'
Ilrooklyni caaU. AddrniA., bu 177 Buu ofllco.
jOttXjrgiirurm
ftafling SoUIflaua Jtemnuriinti.
-.,T'Xie,:.i.V. wbtwdiiot,r
?. ' lh at. Berved liiHuuim r Harden
Coucert etery evening. Lunch, 40o i dluucr 6ul '
Wlue and ooffee Included; lervlce a la carlo at all
liouri mod.rat. prtc. uooru. by day vi """
t
grading hotels anil rstaurants.
Thli Hit appear every Sunday. Tuesday A Thurtlay.
WHERE TO DINE.
For Information, drculan. Ac, cf any Rets:rut
or Hotel below, call or address (send stamp
HOTEL TARIFF BUREAU,
OS rtflta Ave.. Sew tr.rk.
Ale. means A la Carte: TeUa. means Tsb.e CH ts
dinner.
Dela.Blco. 5th aveane. comer SCt-i et Alt
Breve-set Hee..stnav. and Sth. Ale Td' f .4.
Concert. CuUlne Ilechercbe. OU Vlntsre itet.
l.ri.laret..5thav.A15th. AlcTJh.H tf l!s'i )
Slorell.-a 4-6 West Stlh it. Alc.T I..
a.a.la'. JOAnnit.. 149 rulton ti ah.
do. Knickerbocker Cotta-e, eihav ssu .-la.
nesuorant Ala. Foreign wines a spectaltv. ,, ,il
tatsa-a Broadway A 40th it- Ale Tdh. (I.
Clark-. Beetaaranl se Weat 83d at Ala.
BelTe4t.4thnT.18tuiLAlcluoch,oC,- T II.
Haaa-mrla Union sq. East. Ale. 7 a '.V-
Lantelme... 40 Union square, East. Ale Tdl 'Vl
LichaWa, German Reataurant... .110 E.! litis.
Huaa-arlaa Osvesi Air Resstauraat.. Ale Tla.
Oypsy Band. Cat. Boulevard. 134 Second arrnoe.
Bernard Be.taurBat.80th it. and Lex a. Tit 's
Aa Chat X.lr..SSl W. Broadway. Lunch. ." 'e- Tilh.
aetel nartlne. 103 West 44th it. Tdh .'iVi
Pper St East Hth at. Tdh and s.
Uelel Da.aeeae BS W. S6th st. Ale- Tdh. "
Colamba.nr.taarant..l7E.17thit Ale.Tth vx
IKflJlClElOTlir
Craaa Ueulrvard and West Tlat t
AMERICAN PLAN.
Flneat location In the city; two block, rrom rEtral
Park i two block from Hudson Hlvert cb t (ur
nlihed room, with bath, by the week or n 'MM
familial hare home comfort!; no cares. Intel res
onabl.. WALTER LAWRF-.1.F
yir.
BREVOORT HOUSE,'
FIFTH AVE. AND EIGHTH BT .
NEAR tVASHIXaTON SQVA11E.
KI'IIOI-KAX AXD AnRRI4'A I'l i.
Entirely redecorated large apartments t ; rema
nent gueata. Open now for families lo ae ure "I"
quarters at special rate. Sew dining and ,u..'t.ag
rooms for tranilent.
I'ae.coll.d Table d'llotr, LSS,
ClIAi. JAIxlla, ITop'r.
THE PARK MADISON,
UADISON AVK. AND S.'TllhT
rnOTIl. MtUKI) KOI 4HK I'tllUi
NOW HKADY FOIl OCCUFANL
Elrrtrlo lights, elevator, tiled liallir." r i "
ierTloeiprtvaterr.taurantiopen drepiaci, i ' '
wooui private telephone In each tulle, arret i.la
roomi and bath en lulte,
HOTElTnCENSINCTON," '
. , .. cul-- oTI- AV AND 16T11 M
Beleot family hotel, on the European plan -ei tral
locatlnni only one block from Union aiiuorc .
huperlprrealauranl at moderate price. .' "-
imall lultei (parlor, bel and bath rix'iiia ' ''"
at reasonable rate, for leasou or ear I '",
rates-Single rooms, l.50s suite.. .) .er due 'V
wrd, IIEIIS"A11D UKYEIt Jl . '.
THE GERARD,
44th St., hel. llroad.iny ami 1Kb se.
400 Iloomi. llngle a-wl en lulle
Ooolest, neat vvnlllale.1 hotel In New z.
Centrally Iwatedi fireproof and in ! '"
SPECIAL LOW HATES FOB M'MMf
W II. Hill A II a-,
THE BERESFORP
,P'ghlaii apartment hotel, Iseiullfiil s
"'.. VfF convenience and comfort of "'
polntedbome.afewriiolceaulieaoiiii lieae i
9i,,,.L.l!.Js?r0Ik- applloatlon or by U" ' ' 5
liEllESrpftO. Nlat tL eVd it., corner t. ' 1 "
e-it and Manhattan muare,
THE HANOVER,
. ... . 1- E Corner nth Av and I -Hi . .
A .high-class family hotel with aim i ' " .
tatlon. Apartmenu of parlor, one or umr nwia
and bath, with ptlvaioicrrlce If de.ired ,
K. W. EAuK-t. Ht
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