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m 10 THE 'SUN, WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER , 1897.
Hr Attention! Housekeepers I Attention! Housekeepers! I 'Neill's. w W OUR GREATEST SALE OF I Lace Curtains, Portieres, Rugs I and Upholstery Goods. fffil DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY, HOUSEWIVES! IT'S THE GREATEST CHANCE HI- FOR MONEY SAVING WE EVER ANNOUNCED. HERE ARE, WITHOUT QUESTION, I THE BEST VALUES IN NEW YORK! j Lace Curtains. fl BOO pairs Irish Point Loco Curtains, jit elaborate applique, regular price 4.00 to M 0.00 pair, for this sale, 1 3.24, 4.75, 5.50, 5.98, 6.98. flr 350 pairs Swiss Tambour Standard Cur- nf tains, elegant quality, beautiful designs, I 3.48, 3.98, 5.50, 7.44 Pair. L Bobonet Laco Curtains, flno lace lnser- KT Hon, with pretty rullle, ; 2.50 and 3.75 Pair. r Empress Kct Laco Curtains, edging and K Insertion of tine novelty lace, 1 2.35, 2.65, 2.98 Pair. K l.BOO pairs Nottingham and Scotch Lace JE Curtains, reproduction of real laces, per ft Pa r' 1.25, 1.34, 1.78, 1.98, 2.65. Be Sasli Curtaining in Irish Folnt, W Flh Ket. Voint tV Esprit, Coin jp Spots, Fancy Muslins, Silks, etc, fit etc., nt Lowest JP rices. k Lace Bed Sets. K Irish Point Bed Sets, choice designs, I 4.98, 6.50, 8.75, 9.75. k In Antique Lace, at 1 4.85, 5.50, 7.60 and 8.75. jjC Estimate and Designs lurnished m for Di aperies, Reupholstet ins. Slip EJ Covers. Shade, etc. Lowest Frlces. Sfe" All Purchases except bicycles de al llTered free to any point within A 100 miles of N. Y. City. K SSBieWaaSHaaaaBaBKBaaaaaaieaBaBaeBBl Portieres. Moire Antique Silk B.CD Portieres, new designs and exceptional vnluc, at 13.89 Pair. Satin Derby Portieres, best made, new goods, rery handsome, 11.00 Pair. Tapestry Armuro and Oriental Portieres, fifty styles, comprising the latest designs ana colorings. 2.24, 3.50, 3.98, 4.50, 5.98. Real Oriental Bagdad Portieres or Couch CoTtrs, heavy embroidery, 2.75, 3.94, 5.25. Furniture Coverings! Very Special Value. 750 yards Best Silk Brocatelle, 3.00 grade, yard HMO 550 yards All Silk Damask at half value 1.85, S.25, 2.75 COO yards Mixed Silk Tapestry, worth a.oo i.iu French Frou Frou Silk Brocade, worth 8.00 2.BO RugsrRugs! Extraordinary Values! 200 Cnrabaghs, worth 0.75 . 0.08 250 Daghestans and Kazaks, worth 11.00 8.BO Antiques Daghuttnns, Bokhara, Missoula and Kazaks, 8.08, 10.24 and 14.BO. Two Thousand Smyrna Rugs, All good quality, not the cheap grades advertised elsewhere. 0x12 ft., lOx'h, OxG 7x4 0x3 24.50 10.84 11.08 4.38 2.74 Axminster Carpet Rugs, 12x0 ft., 10io8ii 0i-ix4ia 22.48 17.08 0.08 Scotch Ingrain Art Squares, Very heavy quality, 3x2 yds., 3x21s yds., 3x3i2 yds., 3.84 4.74 0.84 Royal Wilton Carpets and Rugs AT LOWEST PRICES. I Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street. m. muarmems. P'illiWoNicllilS 1MUT Firtu-.ixth mud-hum. ATO SKIDL COVMICTOR. M- Bigot Public Itrheaeaals, on Nov. IV. Dee. 10. Jan. Wr 7. Jan. 28. Feb. IS. March 4, March 1-4, April 1. and jijL Elaht Concerts, on Not, 13, Dec. 11. Jan. S, Jan. 29, SB Fab. 1, March 0. March 1. April 1!. will be glrenat S 4-4ltr4.IK t IM S' BOLIHSTKl YHAYK. I'UCaNO. HAIITEAU. GERAR- DY. NOUD1CA. ILA,CUN f IfOlH'K. Subtcrltern of lac season may renew fit their eubscrlidlons at Carnegl-- Hall (main entrance St to the right) from Monday.txt ltfth. until baturday, Bk Oct. 23d. between 9 A. H. and 5 1. !. i St For rnoFKCTl apply at mnilo store, hotel. ; te.. or by mall to L'i.. noKUUKLEX, Secretary of N. Y. Phil. Si., Carnegie Hall Sale ot aeau to new subscribers begins Oct. 25. TEN STRONGATfRACflONST The ENTERTAINMENT COURSE of , The Central Branch, Young Men's Christian Association, I COa FTJLTOtf ST, BROOKLYN, to be held In ASSO- ; CXATION HALL, will be open to the public at a tmall charge. rnv.p. to jir.jinr.rLH. : Sale of seats to publla will begin ocroncri n, at 8 A. M. BEST) FOR CIRCULAR. CTII 111 THEATRE, II way anil 2!th it. 1 !l Its II If EDWIN KNOW LEs. Manager. VIII nil Matinee Suturdav at . ITO-NICHT AT 8:30. )IK ItlCHAUU IMANSFIEEB THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE. By O. BERNARD 811AW. MAHHATTANTHEATRE, aSfasaX Telephone Call 933 39th at. Charles Frohman and David Belaaco preaent a new play. ALHO a new comedy, TnC Orchestra FIRST ,,,. NIGHT BORN m SESSION ETeclnga, 8:20. Matinee Saturday, ilUo. GARDEN THEATRE, ""'LadisoV. fe CRADLES FBOUMAN Manager jT Sd Crowded Week. , MR. SOL SMITH RUSSELL C la Umrtba Morton! American Corned, A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE. . ETenlng. S:IB. Mallnee Saturday d. Mi ACADEIUlY '"' HthM.'andlrTlngpL IE. O. OUmore Eugene Tompkins, i'rop'r. & MVri. "?"... "NATURE." BALLETrl, HAR01IE8, and UFLUUL.riE8. Lat MaU. To-day and Bat.. 3. EreMllS. 15JAI I AOJjT'C MATS. WED. SAT. WHLLftUrl O. ETenlngi at niIO. Mallnee To-day, Wednesday, at 2. MR. E. S. WILLARD THE PHYSICIAN. LYCEUM 4SSfStfSOTHERH Mb week or tUe new play by authors of Itoaeniary. CHAKCat ALXBV ...... (llliU ALI.KV. UiTPOKSIKl. Owlng to the etalMrate preparation neceiary TUK LADY OF LYONS will be postponed until the Saturday matinee. UCRAI rj SQUARE TllKArTrwaTand 85th t. r,trwAI"L' Chaa K. Fe-nJ,lTop. Erej, at 8:13. pirip'C PKODtirrios of eTCIlSG O TIIK FllUKY NOVELTY, TUE FI1IMI J1.1ID. isi MATIWEESTOUAY AND SATURDAY. 8. s. IfFITH'Q Continuous Performance. It. lbB I II O 25C.SII0 Noon In 11 1'. M. II Debut of KIIVAIS Li: HOY .great llluduitlit). LILUA.N UI'UKIIAHT AND HUlbiT H-OOl), 111108. OAHII. U1IF1T UOOKAI!l. ' MAXWELL AND blM I'.SO.N. 36 Other Mar.. Minttnv Arnerlran Iu.Hiiiia fwlr. uifillB: o hllOWS IN UNh 6 1 TaiiMK Art, Machliien.Flonera, Foal, Fruit. Smn 1U houia' Contlnuoiu ivrformame, IK. lo.fln X u Concern. New Feature! Dally. jb.ou a. . g6(J Tim N h')le Htmw 1 5c. ! PABThP'C foiTi iii 1'JlSU In 11 r. l. Items 'JU Mud HO teuls, Iw Dorbataiter ui-m Itvutl, r Pauline Mark ham and Katliryne Dana, O. Canfleld and Carleiou. Animated 1'lclurei, I BIJOU "ttiTK TO-NIGHT. I WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES. R , Uouaj, Oct. lltu, 60lb tin. Oram BouTsalra, I fSmvsttatnxs. Kneisel Quartet. Oth Season- 18!7-!S. FIVE EVENING CONCERT8, iSoTei.tn-r io, December 17, January 1J1, Ft-bniferr U2, and April 3. THREE MATINEES, Jmuary 4b, February 17, Mar. h ir Aaalited at thrM conrerta by IIAFAEL JOSEKFV. Laat a?aaoDs subacrlbers will apply to Re hu berth A Co., 2J Union aauare, before October tt. General iub aciiptlon aale opent October 11 at Seta u berth'!. KNICKERBOCKER. ji : LAST TWO WEEKS. GEO. EDWARDES' f fkagiai GAIETY THEATRE N TI1WN CO. OF LONDON " I U II II OCT. 1H, NAT C. OOODWIN. Supported by MIS.S MAXINE ELLIOTT, IN niS NEW I'LAY. A" OllinHAt CITIZEN. EMPIRE THEATRE, DIM"viJD 4oTn rr. CUAKLE3 FROHMAN Manager MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2:' 5. MK. CI1AKLE8 FHOIIMAN 1'RESE.STS MISS MAUDE ADAMS, In J. Ii. Darrle'a comedy founded on hi novel. THE LITTLE MINISTER. MATISEm TO-UAV AID RATURllAY. ETeulngs at ftW. Matinees at 2:10. DDiinTTSD'C Illgh-Claas Conilnuous rtJs I jn 9, performance Noon to 11. L1VINO WOTURES Uelenallora, Uclotyre and Heath. Williams and Walter. Other stars. '.'Be oOc. PLEASURE PALACE, Both and Sd av. Res'd, 50. All Bale. Res'd. Sie. Biz Bisters Plcchlant, Northern Trounei Rellly and Woods's Big Show. Aft. 1:30. Eire. 7:30. BROADWAY THEATRE, HSX?' FRiNGIS WILSON AHLNFG Ere., B.lSMat. Bat. Reg, prices. 11.80, (I, BOo. GARRICK THEATRE, yAVferrfflJ.. Iloyt A Hcttee. Lessees. Charles Frohman. Manager. ltd MOUTH. acoii- unVT'C "' MlTllCAa, Horn nvrcEW nUI I o rAltcR A STRANGER IN NEW YORK. HOYT'S 1HEATEE. Mtt "-faSfadway nOYTMcKEE Proprietors "UIiilILY AMUSINO." Journal. THE PROPER CAPER. Eyenlngs, 8:.)0. Matinee baturday, 8: 1 a. KOSTER & BIAL'S. Admlaalon 50c rorEiiii riicl-bUI. OLEO DE M ERODE. FAUST BALLET, PAOLA DEL MONTE, wftSPoSragU. TirtDAV-lTlXKfcATLUDAy. WEBER & FIELDS' uZiiVilMh.. TUB I.MU IIAVU DUItl.dttljE. Clear Da Roade, new and laughable Trareaty. "Eng' VESTA TILLEY. 1 ATH BT. THEATRE, near Oth ar. Nights H:16. gear TilK NIGW OP Lyr"fTheatre?iVindon. TIME CltOSS. ftRANTl Ol'F.llA II3D IIT.t,. .. mat! UlVailW HOUKE. BTII AV. 8 F- " TO-UAY. AUUUBTUS PITOU Lessee and Manager Bros. Byrnoln the "HEW B BELLS," n A I VIO ETe" ieenlng at HtlB, UHLl Oi TUB circis uinu Fresher and Jollier than ertrl MATINEE TO-DAY AT it. HARLEM OPERA HOUSED &SA'li DE WOLF HOPPER. l'",Mt"TM. caTa,.' OT A 1 MAT' T0 BAY AT X P. M. STAR jaF&A'HqfflsMfa. COLUMBUS W5.VRS.2Vd J AH. J. UUKIICTT In A NAVAL CADET. TTAPI.TilrVT I WeekOil. l ALICE bllAW and aaauxiiu twin daughters. John le clair, SlltlC lltl.U I KATE ROONEY. WU others. PEOPLE'S "SIDEWALgHEWY0RK." OLYMPIA.SV,,!: ADM. 50c. TIIK CtT AMU TIIK CUatmiB." CASINOI .Sfia!ai-" axYetr Orer 10U People 1 Of BBeT TOim n I rPITfTITi AT7 IBr'aSilB.IIat.To-day.tBABOa. I wSn I THE ELECTRICIAN. F. M. Du Mond's large picture, "Columbus at the Council of Salamanca," is in the provisional Picture Gallery on the fifth floor. The new Bric-a-brac Art Room is in the basement. FIRST SHOW OF THE WANAMAKER COLLECTION OF AUTUMN WRAPS AND COSTUMES Achievement splendid and complete, appears in the assem bled costumes and over-garments first shown here to-day. Disappoint ment baffled plans and deferred hopes mark the conditions under which the goods are presented. The best products of the most original and skillful de signers of styles for women's dress are here. Paris and Brussels, London and Berlin, have yielded their choicest pieces to the wizard that con jures into form our Dress and Cloak stock. Cabinet-makers, carpenters, upholsterers, and painters have been combined in efforts to properly house the brilliant groups of foreign trophies. But the artisans failed. The sur roundings are unworthy. The improvements will come later. But the occasion extraordi naire will challenge widespread interest. No woman can be passably intelligent upon current fashions of high-grade without consulting this exhibition. We also extend a most cor dial invitation to dressmakers and ladies' tailors to freely examine all our models. The wider the influence that radi ates from this store, upon the best in women's dress the better we are pleased. And this is quite distinct from any interest we may have in selling goods. Very remarkable influences have converged upon this Exhi bition. Follow the news of them. You'll be interested. We bought the entire Ex hibit which was prepared for the Belgian Exposition (still open), by the Court Costumer of Holland and Belgium. It was an event of so great commercial importance as to command official attention ; and royal influence secured the removal of the exhibit while the great show was yet in progress, that it might be brought here and placed at the command of American retail buyers. And then, too, all of the dis tinguished members of the Paris group of artists are rep resented by the latest and best expressions of their original thoughts. Among them : Paquin, couturiere to the beau monde of two hemi spheres. Henriette Favre, who counts among her clients the Princess of Wales, the Duchess of Dev onshire, and other ladies of the English Court. Sara Atoyer, whose costumes and wraps go to the Courts of every nation. Rouff, the brilliant but ec centric couturiere who dresses most of the Courts of Europe, and a great many of the ultra fashionable of Paris. Laferriere, couturiere by ap pointment to the Princess of Wales. Emile Pasquier, who dresses a great many of the swell set in London, the Swedish, and other courts. Mademoiselle Corne, who flashed on Paris only two years ago, and who has made an im mense success by her wonderful creations. Elise Poret, whose creations in tea-gowns, matinees, and fine lingerie have perhaps only been equaled by those of Mademoiselle Corne. Hirsch & Cie, furnishers to Her Majesty the Queen of the Belgians, and to the Court of Holland. THE MAN WHO BEAT THE HORSE J. Frank Starbuck is the maker of the world's record for fast unpaced bicycle racing. Two weeks ago he beat a running horse, in a mile run, by 12 seconds. He has made his records with a Humber wheel ; and here is what he thinks of the wheel: WILLOW GROVE, Pa., Sept. 23. 1897. Mr. John Winamiker, Philadelphia, Pa.: Dear Sir It gives me great pleasure to tell why I have used the Humber the last three years in my racing, record breaking, pleasure riding, etc. I have preferred the Humber Bicycle to other makes ever since I have been In a position to judge the good qualities of a bicycle. I think the Humber is far superior to all other bicycles in construction, workmanship and running qualities, and every Humber rider is convinced of the same thing after using the ma chine a couple of times. It Is stronger, easier. running, has better bearings, and is finished more substantially than any bicycle I have ever seen. Every bicycle rider lias heard of the Humber chain, which Is a very important feature about a bicycle. A fact which proves them best Is that the market is full of imitations of the Humber. ' I have used the Humber for the past three seasons and have won as many as forty five mile handicap races, giving the rest of the competitors (witlia few exceptions) from 5 to 550 yards start. In each race I would defeat from fifteen to fifty contestants. The fact that I have done this on a Humber, without having any break in any way, is a guarantee for all I say about the machine. In all my use of the Humber the past three years I have not broken or loosened a spoke, nor had wood rim, handle-bar, pedal, crank nor any part to break. The Humber Is the only wheel that has held up with me, and I have thoroughly tested it In 1895 I won fifty-two races and twenty trial heats, making seventy-two times I crossed the tape as winner, yet nothing broke in all these tests. In 1896 I was not so successful, owing to changing of mounts and trying to get a lighter bicycle than the Humber. I wasted the best part of the season this way until my friends ad vised me to try my Humber again, and every person familiar with bicycle racing in and about Philadelphia knows the results of my changing back to the Humber. It seemed I could win without exertion, yet I had worked so much harder before, and only to be beaten. It Is a no ticeable fact that when a racing man changes his mount to a Humber he invariably rides faster than he used to. In racing I use a regular pattern Humber road wheel, with the exception of very light racing tires instead of the road tires. There Is a perfenness of speed, ease In running and beauty about a Humber road wheel tliat Is unknown to bicycle riders except Humber riders A trial of the Humber convinces all riders that it is the best bicycle made. Let them visit the Humber plant and see Humbers in the raw material, as I have, then get acquainted with the Humber principles, and they will feel as I do about the wheel. I cannot speak In high enough terms of the Humber bicycle, and I am convinced that Dumber & Co. are the makers of the standard bicycle of the world. Very truly yours, J. FRANK STARBUCK. To have the field clear for 1898, we sell all that are left of the 1897 Humbers at these prices : The $115 Roadsters at $65 The $122.50 Ladies' Humber at $75 Baaeneat, fourth aienne. FINE LINGERIE This section suffers even more seriously than the cos tumes from the delays of me chanics. Forget the surround ings, but examine the exquisite goods that are here in such endless profusion. The garments are from the best original designers of under wear in Paris. Models only one of a kind no duplicates. This distinction will be appreci ated by those of critical tastes ; yet the collection has many gar ments that have all the delicacy of French finish, but at moder ate cost. The silk petticoats include scores of models no two alike, and none to be reproduced, unless somebody makes a thought photograph, for copies to be made elsewhere. Silk waists and blouses for evening dress dawned on the store some days ago. But the reserves are so great that new ness comes with each new day, and the variety is now at its best. Individuality marks this stock. There can be as many exclusive owners of original styles in waists as there are Paris waists in our whole im ported stock. A ROYAL LAYETTE The leadership of the little child appears in a royal cradle, which was the most attractive single article shown in the Belgian Exposition. It was j made in Brussels, by the dis tinguished furnishers of lay ettes, Le Febre & Cie. The basket is heavily gilded, and the coverlet, drapery, and pil low covers are of richest Brus sels lace. THE N other works of refer- HISTORY ence ave suc'1 Permanent CLUB va'ues 2s histories. Your en cyclopedia, if written twenty years ago, is worth as much as last year's almanac. But the History of Herodotus is as standard to-day as when freshly written 2,400 years ago. Undeniably there are worthless his tories but they are so, not because they've lost their value, but because they never had any. While there are many excellent special histories covering particular peoples and periods, it has remained for America and our generation to Eroduce the first and only satisfactory istory of the whole world. The possessor of RIDPATH'S HISTORY OP THE WORLD has the whole storv of human existence and human achfeve ments, interestingly told and arranged for ready reference. READ IT YOUR SELP AND PRESERVE IT FOR YOUR CHILDREN. The set comprises eight massive volumes, and is selling country-wide to-day for double the price at which we are selling them to members of the Wanamaker History club. Each member pays one dollar on joining; the complete set in any bind ing is delivered at once, and the transaction completed by fifteen monthly payments of l.50, for cloth-bound; $2, for the more dura ble and attractive half-Russia; or $2.50, for sumptuous full morocco. Members may resign within ten days, and club fee will be returned. Specimen pages, with illustrations, testimonials and full particulars, mailed free on request. Hiatal elreel. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co,, Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts. MURRAY HILL 1 R&MILLE l"-.?. U. ar. V4 st. I UHHIII.UU 7D, 00. 83, 0. IRVING PLACE THEATRE. EIIK I.OI.IKB KA. " AtrTtMHOVlTAko MOIt.VI.1IU COXCBRTa and dellfbtful sail. Bee Albany Day Use adre, under steamboats and. Excursions. grwnal gotictg. UiV VJtXVfCOm of Dakota, Xaatan ateaj, MO Broadway, St. faul bulldlif. (Sxcnxtiaat. I EXCELLENT porgles and sea bass fishing on steamer -t AL rosTEHeslerda;. SKA OARS riSHIMa. Sundays. Tuesdays. Wednee dars.Tnursdajit steamer AL FOSTKH. FromEasI 88d St., ?:0 Battery, b.SOj (are tl, wltb ball) ladles BO cents. MBIT rO!T. itBHTDOBC, and POIIUS MttKrilR dally KXCUBSIO (except Bonders), by Falaoe Iron Day Lias Steamers Hw York and Albany front Daabroaaea at. pier at ttiO A. M. and West tad st.tttA.lt. Tn lest oaancetaee the AUTUMNAL TOUAOB (ram the Day Una will be Oe. 14 Ooa Mew Turk and Oct It float Albany, ghe Surf. QUEENS CO. JOCKEY CLUB, AQUEDUCT. L. L Mrnii r.VKitv iv r mt nv at niis i. m. Admission toKrand atsnd and incloeure. SI. 50. Han trains leave root Last ailh st. at 10.30 A SI, 13i60, liio, Jtflup. M. Also, from Flatbutb ar, at 10:0a A.M. 1:110, 1:64 I'. 11. Htsfes connect wltb Kings Co. "L." gtfioodg. Ql OfT 0L0VX8. So. 1.00 corsets. So. 100. OA.ii- handkerchiefs, BSe- Illustrates oar x iraotdUary offsrlaj. JAJtfUKD, now Broadway. I fiHEAEM " West Fourteenth Street. We BUy for eash--we SELL for Cash. Therefore We CAN and DO BUCJ at Lowest Prices. We CAN and DO SELL at Lowest Prices. qPHOLSTERy Our eiaim to Largest Assortments i Greatest Stock 1 and Best Values none can deny. I Lace Curtains every new style .49 to 32.OO Heavy Curtains all new fabrics 1.49 to 25.00 Sash Laces the leading kinds 9 J to 2.98 Tapestries latest ideas .29 to 3.98, Drapery Silks choicest designs .29 to .89 Denims and Cretonnes 27 to 50 inch 6 to .39 J Cotton Draperies all widths 3J to .59 Couch Covers plain and fringed .79 to 6.98 Table Covers 1 to 3 yards .19 to 14.98 ' ', Window Shades all qualities .17 to 2.49 Poles all kinds .14 to 4.93 Fringes and Edges lg to 1.39' Rugs and Squares all sizes .39 to 35.00 Fur Rugs plain and combination 1.79 to 7.00 Curtains and Draperies Renaissance and Empire Tapestry Tortteres In a full range o( tbe best coloring. Including the new greens and browns all (nil width throw-orer (rtnge with deep netted border far richer In appearance than price would lead one to expect 2.08 Heary Corded Portieres InEmb'd effects tasteful and distinctive colorings anddeitgns In Oriental and Gobelin and Egyptian effects 6.08 Extra fine Irish Point Lace Curtain white and Ecru wide borders figured centres 3. 08. .5. 98 Heary Groat Point Tapestries Gobelin andHeraldto designs 12 colorings 03 EmplreSlIk Damasks old red, steel blue, old rose, and crimson ralue 9. BO... 1 ,40 Double-faced Cretonnes 30 Inch value 73 .39 Figured Denims and Durlapa 124 New Gold figured Crepes value .10 1 l3s Dest Figured Sllkollnes a Inch H", Oriental Stripe Scrims double border 10 Irish Point and Tambour Vestibule Laces 20 Velour Tabic Covers 2a yds. long 0.98 Belgium and Vienna Table Covers !f yards square fringed large variety 1.08 Rugs and Art Squares j Please bear In mind that prices quoted below ar for NEW GOODS of this season's best designs and colorings; we have no shelves loaded down with old stock which. In many cases, was held In anticipation ot advance In prices We emphatically repeat H All the following are new goods, and price lower Hf tban any other bouse will name (or this aeason's jB productions, and (ully as low as are elsewher II quoted for past years' designs. Tar New Ingrain Art Squares I Olive, Green, Wood, Blue and Rsd fl All Reversible 9 3x3 jds 1,47 3x4 yds 3.40 3x3 yds 2.60 3xS yds 4.40 jfl Smyrna Carpet Rugs Best quality SO patterns and colorings U 0x8 feet 6.30 H 7 xio fret 8.08 H 7axl03 feet 0.60 H 0 xl2 feet 12.70 Best Smyrna Rugs fl Three special sires and great bargains B ft 1.07 6 ft 2,00 7 ft 3,08 H No Liquors, No Groceries. No Drugs Sold In Our Stores. Jfe fUNTlSplNEfURNITURE A few choice nuggets to bo carried away from our decorative Studio. Knowledge of charming winter hangings Japanese leath ers, reproductions of old silks, delightful papers. Ideas of draperies the latest designs. Color sketches by the score hints of fas cinating arrangements for one's own rooms. Suggestions, bright Ideas, answers to every vexing question In winter decoration. The list Is too long to continue; but it in cludes, if you wish, arrangements for spe cial study of your rooms and special de signs for them. BUrOPTHe MAKBR' Geo. G.FLint Co. 4J,45ahi 47WcST25TST NEAR BROADWAY. rACTORY: 154 and 156 west I9?stbcu 'S.ogitfi, , Cawiageg, &c. STUDEBAKER, Corner BrsaSnar and Prlac It. Carriages o Tery description for automn and winter. A yery l&nto and haodiom atuortment of Broughams sal Coupe Rockaways. Every kind of carriage for pleasure driving in the country or city. Some very Interesting bargains In good second-hand work. Ptdtcat. ATTENIION.-OLD DIt GltlNDIXOIlADCATK UNI. VKMSITY OP THE CITY OF NSW YOIIK. MEDI CAL DEHAKIMtNTl 85 YEARS A BPEGlALIbT IK DISEASES Of MEN. OLD DU. ORINDLE naa bnn longer established and baa had mora experience than any other advertising physician; city papers prove this. Under hu scientific treatment blood and skin diseases, pains In bones, red spots, sore throat and inouib, ulcers, painful swellings, kidney and bladder couiplalnta, scalding Inflammations, gravel, undevel oped organs, weak back, lost vitality, are speedily, per manently cured. Men about to marry should consult OLD DU. OUINDLE. Every Impediment removed. Sufferers, do nut waste time visiting less skilful physi cians. Remember, 01 D DIl. OIUNDLE never falls. OFFICE OVER 10 YKAIUJ at 171 West ll!th st be tween Stb and 7th avs. Advice free. Uedlcln. SI. Hours, I) to V. Sundays, Dto a. Wo charge unless cured. AlUUrY. lo to the celebrated Ilallstt Jledlcal In" stltute, where you can consult tbe greatest blood and nerve specialist In the world free or charge, rorly yeare specialists In all private diseases of men, which we curs In a few days l also Mood poisoning, primary, seoondary and tertiary, permanently cure U ulcers, skin diseases, sore throat, tnuuth and bead, painful swelllnga. bladder, kidney, diseased bones. Pimples, blotcbesi my Invaluable remedy for nervous debility, neaknesa of body and mind, varicocele, weak, undeveloped organs, Impediments to marriage) lost vigor restored! bear In mind, practice niak. a per fect; thoussnrts cured yearly; rhargeaiowi leas than any other specialist. Oo to ne Hallrtt Medical Insti tute ort, It U the best and cbsapest, iilSEast Idlh st , near Sd av., New York; no charge unless cured i hours t) to V. Bundaya Included. LU lilt. CUBV, S year a specialist In alls. ease, ar men onli, Quickest permanent cure guar anteed In all diseases or money refunded. Wood poi son, skin diseases, kidney or bladder trouble, weak nets, nervdu debility, error of youth, bad dreams, weak, undo eloid organs, Impediments to marriage, Ac Be wise, consult the only old specialist In this city, Ofnce over 86 years at ISO East 17lh st.nrar Union square. Hours, II to Vi Bnndaia. 8 to a. Scien tific treatment and advice free. Medio ne only 60c. A.-A.-A.-UVICURST rEBS1!tT CIIIB la disease of men; dangerous cases solicited; rell.f at ouce. those desiring only first-class scientific treat ment should call. Ths leading specialist. Dr. Bonscnur. 17 Vest 88d St.. 9 to 8. 7 to 0. Bundays, 10 lol ' DR. CONRAD'S SANITARJUM-nlvTG'rwmsTmX troa wltb full si all or trained nurse. 117 West 7thst. Teb. 804 881b st. Hours. b-bT rpnE DR. F. ORAT'DLnTlf "SAHWijiJlUJc. 177 W X 471b St. Prlrat rooms oal aoatroni hours, 9-8. gnHHHasfnanvMw Signature Is printed la A 11 BLUE diagonally nT ! ecross tho ' f V Hi OUTSIDB fl r-k Bj wrapped IQPjS m lJ of every W US bottle of 3 -. S (tfcoOf'tfnal J jj IjJ S sn Genuine) HI lJ Qy iS Worcestershire 1H SAUCE 1 flat a farther protection n&nlnet jH I all imitations. H Ascot for tbo United States, IB JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. N. V. M' FgKaiER'P I OVER 100,000 80LD. I The largest and finest assortment of Oraad and H Uprights, in unique designs and choice woods. Mod- H rate price and easy payments. FIANOS FOR RENT j Exchanged. Several second-band Piano of our ! own and oiber celebrated makers at low prices. , 33 UNION SQUARE, WEST. ! Between 18th and 17th sts., K. T. It. B. rianos tuned, repaired, polished. A "LAROE ASSORTMENT of sUghUy used and second- H hand pianos are offered thla week at prloe to sull H i all buyers. Among the etock Is Included uprights t HI I tbe following makers, all In One order: H ! WEIIKR. BTKINWAY. 1 cmcKKnrxo, iiali.ett a datio, I WHEELOCK. 6TUYVESANT. flji WBUKH-VrilEELOCK TOTIPAW. H ttTH A.. COBEtt lorn ST. BV ITIMUUTS. ' cHI! 7j octave, medium slie. $175 00 SB monthly flgjA 74 octave, largest six. 00 00 an montbly Bill Rents S3 00 Cartage free (this week) Bantu OOKDON. 139 Fifth ay., bet, ginh and 81st sts, A-CHICKKMNO UrillOHT, ttJOO; great sacrWoe t Hi mahogany nprfglit, nearly new, overy Improve- tsssaK ment. Morcd. 7 East 14th, hssssK BEAUTIFUL upright piano. (119. Sua. Steinway. H liOt new uprlihte. S125. WINTERROTII, 105 IMIC East 1 th St.. adjoining Mtelnway's. Ijnfl ACTOUY UAROAIXa. Upright pianos, little used! BgMt S1O0 and upward; rent (3. WESElt BROS , 024 HE West 4Sd at, T AUOKANDEI.UIANTAHMlHTHKNTof blub grad HaaT PIANOS TO RENT. Also bargains In sllgbtly used plauoa of tha bait MB! makers. Kent applied ou purchase. bbbbb' LOUIS J JOSCELYN. IQEtST 18Tn BT. Hf1 LARUE ASSORTMENT, sllgblfyused, tSO to 1101 Hsll rnl, Sd, small Installments Bsssaii OUVIIIER UROS.lSEaat UtUSt. ' "gmintiw Chances. HI AOROCERY STOKE local ed prominent neighbor ttZsflr' hood Brooklyn, close Navy Yard prlc only assaar SI. 200, unincumbered 1 horse, 1 wagon rent only HM $33 month; reasouof selling other business, , ilcDONALD A WIU01NS, UU u.au. IN OUDERtorealliocashownrrwIUsellat sacrifice nfll twenty thousand shares itoik Colorado Hold Ulnei properly good, particulars, box IB hun nmce, 1JUINTI.su at a few hours notice; fo.iliio circular.. tBJ Sti cards and billheads, sue per l.oiio EDQAIt laaml ntlNTINO AND bTATlONLKY CO ,SU W Bth, ( HttTKD, assf'; home one to back me In building a steatnlioat for ) be Yukon Hirer, a fortune In It. Address Cll AH. gal ' COLUNS, 7U Liberty St., Allegheny, I'a. yautttc Cst Dlah nulckly. Band for BookV'Inventlons Want- .W OBI mill Hed-"EdgarTaUSiCo..3&Broadway,N r. ) PATENTS for Inventions procured promptly) low aHi rate. BOEDEft k. IIHIEMKN, i Naasaust!, H.T. Established 1864. !