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10 THE SON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1808. '
RE The Latest News of
the Retail Bourse.
NEWS of coming fashions.
News for prudent folks.
Quick reading that will amply
repay the reader.
Summer tourists pausing in
New York -.will find Wana
maker's one of the most inter
esting Summer attractions.
The August Furniture Sale is
a cumulative success. Its prin
ciple is sound and its results a
clear saving of one-third on
vast quantities of high-grade
Furniture.
m . Over two hundred styles
iBDies 0f pari0I-( afternoon tea,
I , library, bedroom, office, card and work
tables at prices that go from 75c to
$125. Each a remarkable bargain
that will not be matched again this
year. The following are witnesses to
the truth of the foregoing :
At 75fc Oik parlor table; top 16x16;
shelf below i turned legs.
At 1 Quartered oak parlor table; fancy
shaped top 24x24; shelf below; fancy
turned leg.
At Jl.35 -Quartered oak parlor table;
fancy shaped top 20x20 ; shelf below;
brass claw feet ; turned legs.
At $1.50 Quartered oak parlor table; top
24x24; fancy shaped shelf below 1
moulded sides and turned legs.
At $2 Oak card table; top 22x36; cov
ered with green cloth.
At J375 Mahogany parlor table; fancy
shaped top 19x27; shelf below; French
legs.
At $4 Blrdseye maple parlor table; fancy
shaped top 24x24; shelf below; rope
I turned legs.
At $7 Solid mahogany parlor table; fancy
Inlaid top 22x26; French legs.
At (11 Solid mahogany parlor table;
round Inlaid top 26x26; shelf below ;
French legs; claw feet
At 1S Solid mahogany parlor table;
round inla:i top 26x26; shelf below;
claw feet; legs inlaid with fancy metal.
At $22 Solid mahogany library table;
fancy carved top 30x43; French legsi
carved sides; two large drawers.
At $27 Solid mahogany work table;
marqueterie top 22x18; drop leaf on
either aide; two large drawers; fancy
glass knobs.
Also a great stock of parlor and
drawing-room tables in gold, onyx
and Vernis-Martin finish.
fourth floor.
Autumn FAST M auht V
f , shown. A procession all
costumes yesterday responded to
the invitation to view
The Broadcloth Street Costume,
The Marquise Cape,
The Marquise Coat.
You have never yet seen the likes of
them.
ISSSBal floor. Broad war.
rmtmXmm Brussels and Irish Point
turtaiDS LacC) Tapcstry( chenille
and Derby Curtains. A few hundreds
of pairs. Lots large and worthy;
prices small and more worthy. This
little bit of an advertisement utterly
fails to tell of the great variety, the
goodness or the cheapness. The Lace
Curtains were $11 to $65 the pair on
Saturday; to-day $8.50 to $48. The
heavy curtains are $2.50, $3-50, $4.50
and $6. On Saturday they were one
half more.
Housekeepers' chance don't miss it 1
Third floor.
Men's and A triumph of excel-
Urge Boys' KsSjlSS
ClotbinK men of 38 to 46
chest, including short sizes. Staple as
gold coin at $12 to $15, but they are
to go at
Ten Dollars.
Note the sizes. Only fifty suits.
I The smallness of the lot explains the
cheapness.
Large boys' suits with long trousers
a fine chance for small men. Sizes,
13 to 19 years. Broken lines. They
go at
Eight Dollars,
but were $11 to $13.50. Fabrics
adapted to early Autumn.
igecuud floor. Fourth avenue.
Jananese UR ricntalist just
"I back from his annual cir-
ffiuseum cumnavigation of the
globe. Some of his trophies came
ahead of him and they are tastefully
arranged for your amusement on the
Fifth Floor, Tenth Street. Many choice
pieces of bronze, china and pictorial
silk embroidery are shown that are
very moderately priced. An attendant
will explain them or sell them if you
are a buver.
Women's Fall SBSUt3ESii?
N . chiffon, chenille,
Neckwear mousseline - de - soie
that baffle a man and perplex a wo
man to describe. Ought not to be de
scribed too much like analyzing the
features of a beautiful face.
If you want to keep pace with the
; - novelties in dress fronts and neck
adornments you'll be compelled to visit
this place daily. Of what other store
can that be truthfully said ?
Broadway.
Black Dress Goods tcwA"T
for Fall sons-abar-
gain paradox. Usually the opening
price is highest not so in this instance.
They are staple and the low prices
cqmmend them to careful women that
wear plain black. Quarter off regular.
At 75c. yd Brilliant figured Mohairs; 47
in. wide; variety of small desirable pat
terns; designs that are often scarce; Im
ported to sell at St.
At 75c. yd. Wale diagonal Cheviots; 50 In.
wide; in a deep raven black ; made to sell
tat.
At lito y-Mobalr figured Cheviots la
i
WANAMAKER'S
three distinct weaves; a granite, curl and
cord; sightly goods for tailor gowns; 47
in. wide; made to sell at ft.
At $1 Mohair figured Granites In a num
ber of small designs; 42 In. wldei Im
ported to sell at Si. 25.
Fourth avenue.
n.,u The various appliances to
Bicycle the whee, and the articM
Sundries necessary to the wheel
man's comfort are sold here on a small
margin of profit. That's a fact well
known. Here are a few offerings
especially good :
A lot of odd Bicycle Lamps, at 50c. each;
values in the lot up to f Z
A lot of slightly soiled Saddles, at 50c each;
values In the lot up to ft. 50.
Twentieth Century Lamps, at Si. SO.
Banner Lamp, at $1.35 and Sl.65.
New Idea Footpump. at 50c
Morgan & Wright Tires. $5-50 pair.
Hartford Tires, S6.25 pair.
Fifth floor.
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart tc Co.
Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts.
ColUdff and SrhoBls.
For Girls a) Younc Women -City St Country.
Lasell Seminary
for Young Women,
AVnVRVDALE, MASSACHUSETTS,
Snmrsts to parents Meklnff s ffood school conild
r ration of the folloninK points In It method:
Ht. IU npecUl rare of the health of growlnf ulris.
Resident Nurse superTtaitut work, diet, and exer
cise; abundant food in rood variety and well cookadj
early and lous sleep; One armnaaium furnished by
It. Barren of Harvard ; bowling allay and wini ming
bath; no restilar or foreknown examination, Ac.
3d. Xta broadly planned course of study.
Ronton proximity both n pes salutes and helps to
furnish the best of teachera. Including many spe
clalietBi with on hundred ami twenty pupils, a
faculty of thirty. Four yearn' counts; lu soma things
equal to college work; in others, planned rather for
home and womanly life. Two atudine required, and
two to be ohosen from a list of eight or tan elecnrts.
One preparatory year. Special students admitted.
fd. It homeliko air and character.
Training In self-government) 11ml tad number
(many declined every fall for lack of room); personal
oversight in habits, manners, care of person, room,
-so.: oonforta not atlntcd.
4th. It handiwork and other unusual departments.
Pioneer school in eoieutifio teaching of Cooking,
Millinery, Dress Cutting, Buaineaa Law for Women,
Home Sanitation. Swimming.
Regular expense for school year 1500. For iUus
trated catalogue addreaa (mentioning this paper)
C, C. BRAODON, Principal.
ACADEMY
ST. MARY OF THE LAKE.
On Sept 16, 18(48, the SISTERS OF MERCY will
open a Boarding School and Day Academy In the far
famed Winter Resort, LAKEWOOD, N. J. For terms
apply to MOTHER HITEIUOB, ST. JOSEPH'S CON
VEST, BORDENTOWN, X. J.
ACADEMY MOUNT S l URSULA, BEDFORD PARK.
N. T..OD the Harlem Railroad, nrar St. John's
College, Fordham, opposite Bronx Park. This new
boarding and day school for young ladles and little
girls, in charge of the Uraulinea, is equipped with all
Etodern Improvements. The surroundings are
ealthy and attractive. The scholaatio year begins
on the aerortd Wednesday In September. For terms
addreaa the Mother Superior.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
Bordentown, N. J.
Thle Educational Institution For Young Ladies,
which 1. situated .bout htu mile. eaat of Trenton,
mar bo ranked among th. leading school, of th.
country. Academio or commercial oouiw. Tarma
moderate. For pnrtlcular. apply to
THE S1STKB PgUtCTBgga.
St. Martha's Industrial School,
ncnxxnuK, n. y.
Tinder the ohsrge of th. 81BTER8 OF ST. JOSEPH OF
NAZARETH (Episcopal). Industrial training for jrtrla
offfood character to make them good housekeepere.
Term,, Sliao a year. So vacationa.
Tor Younc; Man St Women City 4k Country.
REGENTS'
EXAMINATIONS.
The Bummer Term ef NEW TORE PREPAJ1ATORT
SCHOOL, IS W. 43d at, near 6th ar.. Mew York, and
100 Joralemon at., cor. Court at, Brooklyn, begin
Monday. Jon 30. 18M.
PErNINOTOK (H.J.) BEMTNABY-Oo-ednoatlonai
Bend for lllnatrmted catalogue.
For Boys Young Men-City St Country.
BETT8 ACADEMY,
STAMFORD, COJUN. 60th Year.
Prepare, for college or business. Special advantages
to atudenta desiring to save tlm. In preparation.
HOME LIFE and the INDIVIDUAL th. keynotes.
WM, J. BETT8. M. a. (Yale). Principal,
PEN.N8TLVAS1A MIUTABV COLLEGE,
Cheater. Fa. 87th year begins Sept. 14. A
Military School of the highest order. U. S. War
Pept. Courses with degrees t Oivll Engineering,
Chemistry, arts. Preparatory Courses. Infantry,
artillery, cavalry. Catalogue of
Col. C.K. HYATT, President.
SACREO HEART ACADEMY.
REOPENS SEPT. 7. Applications should be mad.
at once. Vacancies limited.
Addreaa Brother AUODBT, West Chester, N. T.
NEW YORK i"T School, 85 Nassau Bt.
LAW SCHOOL JBtffer",8.
at ruction. IX.B. In two yearn LL.M. In three years.
Send for catalogue. QEOBOE PHASE Dean.
aQAQ YEARLY. Collegiate Institute, Newton.
The Student, not the Class, It the Unit.
Languages by naures; no extras; superior table; 800
.bore sea bjvl; catalogue. J. 0. PLA. PrinclpaL
NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY, Wed
Lebanon, N. II. Prepare, for all colleges and
bnslnsss. Major B. F. HYATT. A. M-, FrindpaL
WORK ALL HALL, PEEKSKJLL, N. Y.-A military
Boarding School; $400psrysar.
CoL 0. J. WBlQHT. AJtf.. Principal.
SfcO OK ENTIRE year. Backward scholars success
i$ZiO fully instructed; highest testimonials: ez
oeptlonally healthful. Hempstead CL. L) InstltuU.
liualneaa Colleges.
W00D'8 NEWY0EK SCHOOL,
Business and Shorthand, 8th ar. and 12&th st.
A Nsw ProposlUon for August
200 SCHOLARSHIPS AT $50.00 EACH.
Good for six mouths in all departments. We edu
cate and place half a thousand each year. The busi
ness oon.ee uur way. We have the beet in building
and faculty and facilities for aiding our graduates.
Students may enter now. Day and evening aeasiona.
A catalogue for the asking. Call or writs.
THE PACKARD SCHOOL
will reopen after th. summer vacation on Tuesday,
Sept. 6. Bookkeeping, arithmetic, penmanship, cor
respondence, stenography, typewriting, commercial
law, oirll government, Ac Individual instruction.
Btudsnts may enter at any time. Call or send for
prospectus. 8. B. PACEARD, President,
101. 108. 106 East aed st. i
HFFFI FY CHIini formerly Pratt 1 u.tlt nte
IICiTLCl OUIIUUL, Department of Commerce
SW Ryerson ht.. Bookkeeping, ntenography,
HIUKIKI.YN. Trpuwritlng. Languages,
Mew York Branch. Regents. Civil service,
7 B. MTH ST. Proofreading. Begin any time.
'BW YORK BUM1NEMB INSTITCJTE-Affords thor
1 ' ouifh cduuaUou for business; ACADEMIC , BOOK
EEEPlNd. Curre.i.ondenoi), Banking, Peumaushlo
Telegraphy. SHORTHANl) and TYPEWKITINO De
partments: day and eveulug esaalona. Call or write,
a C. UA1NEH, Pre... 81 East 136th St., N. Y.
GREOO'S SHORTHAND ths future stenography!
actual business: bookkeeping. Ruthsrford'.
School. St. James Building, Broadway and 28th.
uinrM nurt.
HAND LAUNDRY positively doing ovsr aioo
weekly; rent S80; price S700; wsat side Har
lem; cause selling owner Isavlng city.
MclX)NALD A WIHOINS, 1.0 Naaaan.
IiXTUKKH AND LEASE for aalei 16-year sstat
llshed mlllluury business; price $1,000; stock at
7oo. on the dollar.
M. DONALD A WHiOINB. 140 Nassau.
AN EI.IZAHKTH tir r dexlios loan ;.r.o for ons
ysar; liberal Interest.
AlgDONALD 4 WIOOINS, 1.0 Nassaa.
PRINTTNO at a few hours' notice: 10,000 circular..
Si; cards and billheads. aOo. per 1,000. EDOAB
PRINTIMO a STATIONERY CO., bit West 8th st.
Ssuttta.
PATENTS for Inventions procured promptly: low
rates. EOKDEB A BBiB&UN, Ui Nassau st., H.I.
aUblhueal864.
jf i$ttttt, rgM, r.
I AROEaasortment. slightly used. ,60 to S118; rant
J SB, small InsUllmeuu. Ouvriai Bro..lSE. lalLefc
PUttUmu.
timewi-.
Manhattan Beach.
Swept by Ocean Breezes.
THE B08TONIANS ..
The Serenade. Tf?m
rick? Oeorg. B. rro&lngham. Josephine Martlets.
Harry Brown.
Victor Herbert'. gj Band $;,
Pain's Manila I Flrtwortn tltfSE
Pain's 20th
ANNUAL CARNIVAL
of Fire.
TJNrn.ECEIEWTED FKOOBASfMat
Th u reday, Aug. 2 6th.
MADISON Thlrt Week
8QU ARE Dally at 2:30 i 8:30.
GARDEN "! JlJ
GIGANTIC SUCCESS.
IMRE KIRALFV8
GREAT "OUR
NAVAL NAVAL
SHOW VICTORIES."
POPULAR PRICES.
Children HaUPrice at All Matinees.
AMERICAN f&SISuSmSiSSSk
Erg's, 1141, Mats., Wed., 16-R0. Bat., S6RO-75.
SUBSCRIPTION LIST OPENS AUG. 25.
Bam. seats reserved for subscribers every week. No
liability except to pay one week in advene,.
OP'NB MONDAY, SEPT. 5, BOCCACCIO.
ACADEMY 14th 8t. snd Irving PI.
E. O. QUinoro t Eugene Tompkins. Propr"s. M'g'rs.
HEXMAN THOMPSON
and th. original production,
THE OLD HOME8TEAD.
Prices, Joe.. 600., 76e.. 11.00.
Matlneee Wednesday and Barurday, 2. Eve., S;16.
T VfE'TTrrT h av. and 2Sd si
IjXlXtUiu. DANIEL FROHMAN Manager
rraMff
Th. ADVENTURE of LADY URSULA
by Anthony Hope.
S'Boi offloe opens Thursday, Aug. as.
PRnf.TnR'5. ContlRnons Performance, tf
rnuuiun Osae.,000. i.sotoio.r.M.
TOW-ZOON-IN ARAM (AMERICAN JWBUT).
FRANK Bimil. ABELM and LOWrXL, MRS.
charle? fetIrs a oo, waeeaphTwill IF.
PENNY. OTHERS.
AlaTRiraM TBEA. ROOF OABDEN. Adm. JKo.
flMCVIllbllrifiurtag A Beamon Director.
Llsxle Derlons Daly. Olivette. Jees Dandy; others.
HURTIO A U1DI CU Ml'BlO HALL.
BEAHON'S nUrtLCsl Reopen. Baa, Eve., Aug. 37.
Fsahlonabla Vsnd.vlUs. MeAvoy A May; others.
pLEAurBE CONTINUOUS g$rt
lALAtt FKBFOBBtANCE P.M. Sd av.
FRKDK. B ALLEN ami MOI.LIE FTJLLEB. ARTHUB
k!T)KIAN. BEATKICEMORELAND A CO
WAJWRAPH and N. T. HERALD'S EAMOU8WAB
TDBWB. SO 0THEB8. Wart Wk. BOBS COOHLAN .
OTH ANNUAL PIATTDEUTSpHE VOLKSFEST
Z4.I BOHUETZEN FARE. tWIOM HILL. N. J.,
on Sunday, Aug. Jl; Monday. 3,; Tuesday. S8;
Wednesday. . and Bunday, . JBMJ. Admiaalon.
2C c.uU a parson. J05Bfr8ecretary
P MADISON 8Q0ABB OARDEM. 9
EVENINOB AT 8:15. ADM. 60c
I GRAND POPULAR CONCERTS
By t heM e tr op oil t an Perm anent Orchestra
8 Cold or aTaiprNlghuPartorasnss In Concert HalLIt
C00lCASIN0!ioot1mit.
hoof to-niohti hioe-b bummer nioht8i
If FITH' CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
lCI I II O ar.c, 60c. Noon to u P.M.
4 COHANS In New Farce. TIM MURPHY.
ANNA TERESA BEROEB. BIOOBAPH. Freeh Air.
HURRAY HILXTHKATBE. Lei. av, 43d at.
enunnni opens Bat. Night. Boxofncnowoperi.
Thereafter jaATINEES DAILY. 36o.: Evenings. 60c
JLENBYV. donnellys 8o:k CO.,
"THE MBIT SOTJTH."
DiSTflD'S COVTINiJOCH
12:30 to 11 P. M. Seats SO and SO Cent.
CABON A HERBERT, 4 EMPERORS OF MU8IO,
JOS. i. SULLrViST; BE DONOVANS.
KOSTER ft RIAL'S oS ADM. 50e.
Cols A Johnson. Cake Walk and Big Vaadevlll. B11L.
In case of Bain Performance In Music HalL
WORLD INWAE. BB NEW WAE OBOUPS.
Orch'.tral ConoerU. sSlTsll CTNBMATOORAFH.
COLUMBVN. 1Z;
Oclumbu, Theatre Stock Company in CASTE
DALY'S 0p"fflir
If Fill I w FTrW MATINEE SATURDAY AT3.
ATin Dlaney'sFsrce Comedy. OaLloA.
STARiA HIRED CIRL
pCfSbl Pa Wardrama "OeMysburw."
"-"Iwaa Oe BsMrTs4asaU36c.andMo.
Jtuflinr, HiM xA Hwtsurttt.
This list appears Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Hotel Information Free.
Tor booklet, of smsrlran, European Hotels,
SUMMER RESORTS,
Also Rates of Apartments la Hotels below, call or
address (send stamp)
Hotel Tarlfl Bureau,
tea rirtb Are., Sew York,
Kegemt St., I.endon.
948 Bme 4e llireU, Paiir.
HOTEL POCKET GUIDE
(A. P, American Flaw B P, European) Op, Open.)
ALBANY, N. Y Hotel Kenmore. A. P, SS up
ADIROND AOKS.N.Y. Child wold HtL (Chas. E Leleud)
ABBUUYl'ARK.N.J. WetKnd Hotel. A.P.,SSup. Open
do Hotel Monmouth, SS ap, Wm. Applegate
BALTIMORE, Md The Carroll ton. A. F, (3.60 up
BERN ARD6YILLE, N .J.Somerset Inn. ApLSO to Nov. 1
BOSTON, Mas, Hotel Vendome,A-P, St
do. Copley So.. Hotel, E P, S 1 .60 up; A.P., (S.60 up
BOURNEMOCTU.Eng. Royal Bath Hotel, A .P..S4 to SS
BROOELYN. N. Y Mansion House, A. P, SS up
do Hotel St George. E. P.. SI; A. P.. $3 up
CI 1 1('A( . IU.ThVlrginla,a.p..S3.60 up; e.p.S 1 .60 up
EXETER.Eng.RoyalClar.noe Hotel. a.p.,S3; .p,S1.60
OT. BARBINOTON, Mass. .Berkshire Inn, A. P., S3 up
Frontage 660 ft. Charming surroundings. Booklets.
LAKEaEOROEN.Y.LsAeHss,A.F,(S.60.A.H.RusMU
LAKK MAHOPAC.N.Y.. ..Thompson's Hotsl. A.F, S4
LONDON. England Hotel Cecil. E P, S3 up
do Laugh am Hotel (En pension, S3)
do. Inns of Court Hotel, B P, S3; A. P, S4 up
do. (14Corkst,BurhngtonOdns,W.)Sshlette.HU.
LONDON (Westminster), St. Ermlu's; high olas
Unexcelled for luxury, comfort, cuisine, EP, SI up
LONU BRANCH, N. J.. .United States Hotel. A. P, SB
do West End Hotel and Cottages, A. P, (4 up
NEW HAVEN. Conn Hotel Savoy. B P., SI up
HEW ORLEANS. La, Nsw Bt. Charles U tl, A. p, S4 up
do. Hotel Orunswald, B F, SI up
do Th. Cosmopolitan Hotel. B P, $1.60 op
NEWPORT, B I, Oc.au Hous.a Warren F. Lsland. Jr.)
do. Aquldnsok Hot.l, A. P, S3.60 up (T. J. O'Neill)
MEW YOBE. .Fifth Avenue Hotel, A. P, . up
do Ths Nsthorland, E P, S3; A. P, S6 up
do. 6th av. A 16th st.) Hotel Kenalugtoa,BPS1.60
do. (Chamb's A W.B' way )Ooamopolltaa, ..p., SI up
PATCHOOUE, L.I Pine Orove HoteL Now opes
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Aldin.,a.p.S8.60up;e.p.S1.60 up
do. (Restaurant Alc.ATdh.)ThsLafay.tU.E.I'. Si up
PLYMOUTH. Eng, Orand Hoial. A. P, Ml B F. $1.60
gUEBEO, Can Chateau Iron tenao, A. P, $8.60 up
QUAKER HILL, N.Y, Ths Mlassn Top. OpsnJunelS
BARANAOLAEB N.Y. .Algonquin Hotel (J. Harding)
Bl'RINO LAKE N. J. PALMER Has (terms mods rate)
Manag.d by J. B Palmar of Laiswood; bookleta.
SYRACUSE N. Y, tates Hotel, B P.. $1.50; A. p.. $4
WASHINGTON, D. C Arlington Hotel. A. F, $6
do The Raleigh. B p.. $1.60 up
WHITEMTB, Profile HteACotteges. Opsa July to Oct
THE SLEVIN HOTEL
14TH BT. AND 7TH AT.
For gentlsmeu. on ths European plan, SI Peg day;
special rates for large and .mall rooms by the weak
or month. HUOH ALEV1N. Froprtetor.
BANCROFT BOUSE, BROADWAY AND SlST
Ooavanlsnt to all stations and terriM; geatlsmaa
only i 60o., 76c ana $1 par dayi weekly reguoMoa.
HOTEL MABTT. Free oh table d'aowZ
AT West t b S t . Dinner served la Bummai Oardau.
LUNCH. 40C.I DINNER. 60a.
Wln. and coffee Inoludadi sarvloe a la carte at all
hours; moderate prloaa. Booau by day or week.
9ttiti Jwnxtiut.
eirnriitinu.
CONEY ISLAND
Culver Rout.
From Ft. Whitehall 8t. ( BAttury), N. Y.
vU 89th Bt. (Brooklyn) Ferry.
Boata connecting with EXPRESS TIIAINH. NoStorie.
LEAVE DAILY 7:00 (except Sun.), $:00, 9:00. 10:60,
11:00(11:60 Sun. only) A.M., 13:00 noon (13:oBnn.
only), 13:40 (except Sun.). 1:00, and every 30 minute,
thereafter ontll 10:30 P. M. Frequent trains return
ing; last train leave. Coney Island at 1 1 :S4F. M.
FARE 10 CENTS.
MANHATTAN BEACH
TRAINS LEAVE NEW YORK, FOOT84TH ST., BR.:
Weak days. 6 :40, (1:40, 7:40, 10:60 A. M.; 13 10, 1:10,
llSO. 3:IK), S:lO, 4:10, 6:10, 6.60. 0:60, 7:00, 7:80.
6:10, 11:80, 10 1(1 snd l0:6OP. M. Additional trains
race days, 13:40 p. M ; parlor car train, 1 .00 P. M.
LEAVE NEW YORK, FOOT WHITKHALL8T., VIA
8BTH ST., BROOKLYN, FERRY: Weekdays 7:00,
SOO, 9:00, 10:00,11:00 A.M., 13:00 noon, 1:00, 140,
3:30, 8:00, 8:40, 4:30, 6:00, 6:40, 11:20, 7:00, 7:4(1,
8:30. :O0. 9:40 and 10:30P.M. Adrlltlonsl trains
race days, 13:30, 13:40, 1:30, 3:00 P. M. Eicuraton
tickets 40c.
On CONEY ISLAND. HICKKV CLTTB BACB
DAXS all trains stop at race track until H:uo P. M.
ROCKAWAY BEACH
TRAINS LEAVE FOOT 84TH ST, K R, N. T.t
Week days. 8:60, 8:30, 0:20, n Mi. 10:60 A. M.; 13:20.
1:30 (1:80 Sat only),3:20 l2:rOSat only:, 3:30, 4:20,
& 80, 6:30, 7:30, 8:30, 0:10 111:40 Sat only), 10:00 P.
. Lear. L. I. city 10 minutes lster. Eicuralon
tlckeU 40 cents.
NEW ROUTE TO ROCKAWAY BEACH.
THROUOH TRAIN SERVICE FROM FERRIES.
FOOT BROADWAY. BROOKLYN.
r"-5a.3Ew.E3, lOo.
VIA BBOOBXYN EI.KVATKI)
AND LONG ISLAND B. B.
Same rate of fare from Park row, N. Y, via Brook
lyn Bridge, or from snr Brooklyn Elevated station.
Trains leave Broadway ferries, week days, hourly,
S:04 to 8:04 A. M.; hslf hourly, U:04 A. M. to U:04
F. M. Saturday only U:34 P. M.
Sunday., half hourly. 0:04 to 8:04, 8:34, 8:44, 8:04
A. M. Every 16 minutes, B:0 to 11:04 A. M. Every
10 minutes. 11:04 A. M. to U:44 p. M.
IRON STEAMBOAT CO.
THE ONLY ALL-WATEB BOl'TE TO
CONEY ISLAND.
Landing at the New Iron Pier.
TIME TABLE (SUBJECT TO CHANOE).
From 33d st, N. R, every 46 minutes from I) A. M.
until P. M.
Plsr 10, Eaat River, )Every 46 minutes from
adjoining Hanover Square :80 A. M. until
Station Elevated B. It ) t):80 P. M.
From Coney Island, every 45 minute, from 10:40
A.M. until 10:40 P.M. .
SAMPSON'S NQUAimON CAN BK SKKN
JCN ROUTE TO AND EIIOM CONEY
SLAND.
Tickets on sale at all downtown track stations of
ths Elevated Railroads. West Side passenger, trans
ferred free to Hanover Square. Returning West Bids
passengers dsposlt tickets at Hanover square and
an tran.ferred free to the Weet Bide.
Excursion Tickets S.1 Cents.
Long Branch and Asbury Park.
Through tlokets to Asbury Park, via At lantio Coast
Sectrlc R. R, good during Excursion season ISM,
ir sale at ticket offloe,
PA88BNQBBS kit ROUTE TO AND
from l.nxn snirn win. nr.T 4 jumt
VIEW OF ADMIRAL SAMPSON'S HQHAD
EO, MOW LYING AT ANCHOR OFF
TOMPKINSVILI.E, 8. I.
Leave foot West 32d st, N. R, 9:80 A. M, 8:30 P M.
Leave Pier 10. Eaat Elver. 10:00 A. M, 4:00 P. M.
Leave Iron Pier, Long Branch, 13:16 P.M., 0:15 P.M.
Excursion Tiokete to Long Branch 60c, Week days.
gsourston Ticketa to Long Branch 76c, Sundays,
lourslon Ticketa to Asbury Park 80c, Week days.
Excursion Ticketa to Asbury Park $1.00, Sundays.
ONE DOLL
Sunday Excursion
MAUCH $ GLEN
CHUNK I 0N0K0.
AND SWITCHBACK.
SUNDAY, AUGUST SS.
LEHIGH VALLEY SYSTEM.
Ticket, for Switchback can be purchased on the
train for SO oente extra. Train will leave West 23d
Bt. at 7:60 A. M, Oortlandt or Deabroeaee St. st 8:16
A. M, Brooklyn Annei, foot of Fulton fit, at 8:1 A.M.
For f urthsr particulars apply at Lehigh Valloy Tick
et Offloe. and at Eastern Passenger Office, 866 B'way.
"ElrCA'S PLEASURE GROUNDS."
fl I, , A dsllfhUul ssU OB faat
fj RW going steamers. Two
,RRSjaWaiBBB)ey grsnd conosrte daily.
R SHSB lWB Magnltoent foliage,
PJ l SFafJ kl sTsfa rars plants, and hortl-
M aV lsasaa. a ' afifA cultural wonders. An
Kl ILksIB nnequaledmenatjerle
H mammoth aquarium.
PR'fRRRRJHsraud museum, all
BR$J $ i tl I FREE Osnuins Olen
m ! V a I b I b I,aDa cl,m D.
wAsl-".AJ ' I SB 1 mJ Dinners a la carte.
RJ Wm Klein Dsutschlsnd."
O Lw "The Dairy." Boat-
RfJ w lug, batblDg, fishing,
R bowling and liilllsrds.
Tins tisli o-rraiiixs uavii
0.itlaat$t.pl.r.AU,IS.M, ll.M i. St. ,l.c. H, 1.M.1M.XU,
Hr. M. (X.. llknL,Br..kly s.si.ll.tt, ll.a. H. , ILL,
l.H,US,LU,r. H. tut SIS ai,S.l.IL.llA.M,l3.l,
AU,t.la,.u,s.ttr. M uavg OUI tsiUKD ll.MA.M,
ILStBLSSr. SLf.r 0Wll..ai81...lr,S. .. S.T, ST. H,
tsraUlaa4lats, BEfBJ BOATS SonDiTS.
Special Boat From Baat 8Sd 8t. Only.
ONE SOUS TO GLEN ISLAND.
iHi.s.,ii.ii ..a Lir. m. sataxwlajslasfs fcsslawat
last a.m. no, .si.ii r u.
Special Boat Brawn Baat Mth Bt. Only.
ailA. auiais, aadaisr. M. a.lnn.1.1, luv. Ol.D bleat
Bistst l.tt" SL
KX01TBRIOX 40 CENTS.
latsltlfllsnt Admission to all Attraction,
westpoimt, newburgh
& phgiieep.il
ORAND DAILT EXCURSION (Exoept Bunday) BY
PALACE IRON DAY LINE BTEAMKRS
"WEWYOBB" and " ALBANY"
From Brooklyn, Fulton Bt ii y Annex) M A. M.
" New York. DeabrosMS Bt Pier 8:40 "
- New York. West 33d St. Pier B -
Returning, due in New York 5:30 P. M.
HORNING and AFTERNOON CONCERTS.
TO THE BATTLESHIPS
in thoTeninic,on Tufm Aug. 2Bd. Wed., Autf. 24th,
thn Albany Dy Line Btie will mAke upecUl tr.pt
from Le$broMM St. Pier at 1 P. M. t the -vih-Imi u.
returnlu it by 7:o P. M. lare 60c. ReiUurmut open.
Fine onuiMtn..
LONG BRANCH AND BACK, 50cT
PATTEN LINE
AND STEAMER LITTLE SILVER
For Long Branch. Highland Beach, BoabrUiht.
Pleasure Bay, and Aauury Park, leave
Sally, ft W. 18th atH:3t, 0:00, ! :00 A. M, 2 :40 P. M.
Battery.rl:60.B:80ll;ai A.M. ,3:05 P.M.
eon Saturdays only 11 A. M. boat leavea W. 13th st.
13:60 P. M. Battery 1HR P. M.
SAMPSON ANlS SCHLEY AND THEIR
WARSHIl'H.
A good view dally from all boata to and fro.
No baggage or freight received at Battery.
ASBURY PARK AND BACK, 80c.
TICBBTR GOOD UNTIL NOV. 1.
AN OCEAN EXCURSION FOB SOo.
ROCKAWAY BEACH.
STEAMERS OEN'L SLOOUM A GRAND REPUBLIC
We.l 20th el. 8:40 A.M., 10:0OA.M, Week days,
1:88 P.M.: WsstlOthst 8:r.0A. H,l Round Trip
10:16 A.M., 1:48 P.M.: BatUry Land- Qflx
lngU:16A.k, 10:40 A. M,a:06F.M.: OUC.
Bridge Dock, Brooklyn, V:o A. M, Sun. A Holl
11:00 A. M, 3:20 P.M. Return ail days, (Mac.
11:80 A M, 4:45 and $ F. M. I Muslr.
REVIEW OF THE WARSHIPS.
Bteamei. Orand Republic and tlen'l Slocuin will
pass In review of all the warships on all their tripe
to and from Rookaway Beach. Eery facility will be
given to view each of ths v.sssls. Finest opportunity
of all.
NIQHTLY WITH
OUR BATTLESHIPS.
Steamer UltANl REIM JMLII . 1 ui e SOc.
Big Band. Delightful Sail Every Evening.
TO OUR TRIUMPHANT FLEET.
Six Searohllghta Turned Upou
OUR VICTORIOUS HEROES.
Foreman A West, W. 0. Danes, Nicholson, othsrs.
West 20tb St. Si BatUry. 8:20i Bridge Dock, B'klyu.
Sato. Returns II :1B. Fridays 20th st only.
TO AMD ABOUND WARSHIPS
Frota! Battery Landing; Steamer Sylvester, conuaene
Log W.dneejlay. 1:18.8:16.6:18,7:10; a sail to the
Navy Yard to aae the Oregon and then around the
Aeeti only boat laadm v at Staplelou to board ships.
DEEP-SEA FI8HINO DaUy.-AL FOSTER, safe Iron
. staaiaarANOLEElfarsooc.: il.tat. ER, Ti36i
etten. SiOAi rang winter and saaunari bo coaaeo
ttoa with any other woat. BatUelTiiUot Al Foatar.
Fasalig all Us war veesaU down sad ou return tri.
I SawlBwawBRI l
$3.60 jL 9 $3.60
$3.50 ff , 9 $3.60
$3.60 JK P $3.60
$3.60 T 2r $3.60
$3.50 A WMUQ
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3.50 SHOE .nthWorl
Indorserl by over t.OOO.OOO wearers.
The style, fit and wear cannot be ex
celled At any price. All kinds ol
leather. Ail the modern styles. All
widths. One price, $3.50.
BOYS WEAR W. L. DOUGLAS
$2.50 SHOE. Same quality as the
men's. Very stylish.
ifloe them at ear exclusive .tores,
MBWTOBBi 111, 1S49 Broadway, AS
Oortlandt St., 074, SSOS Third Ave.,
SIS West ISSth St, 848 Eighth Awe.,
114 Fulton St.
BROOKLYN: 70s, 110, 1SST Broadway,
4S1 Fulton St., 404 Fifth Awe.
C JERSEY CITY! 10 Newark Ave.
I NF.W AUK : 78.1 Broad St.
MSSUABjulsjBsaASsjusBjusasw
ffip pLINT pINE fblNrriJRK
SMALL TABLES.
For bedrooms, what is handier
than the small reading table, with
a drawer or two underneath? It
gives ample space for book, maga
zines, and sottledowns of all de
scriptions. In a. man's den it is
a fine place for papers, writing
materials, and all the odds and
ends men like to have at hand.
Even such comforts are now be
low factory prices, as we mast
hare space for autumn novelties
coming from the factory.
'buvofthi make"
Geo. C.Flint Co.
44, 45 "P 47 WEST ttfaTV
NEAR BROADWAY.
FACTORY; 154- AHD 156 WIST IBTtTRaaT
jtummtr l&tfotxt.
UEWTWORK.
Richfield Springs, N.Y.
On Lak. Canadarago, 1.7G0 feet deration.
The Autumn Resort of N. T.
September auitf October Rlcbfleld'o molt bewottfal
and benlth-ivini. montbi.
HOTEL EARLlNaTON.
Rooms ea suite, with bsths, electric lights, eleTs-tor,
tisin host.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Located In Karllugton Park. Moderate rates.
BATHING ESTABLISHMENT
Directly opposite Hotel Earllngton.
European methods for treatment of Gout, Rben-
matism, Sciatica, Inscmnls, Nervous troubles.
Golf Links, Bicycle Oval. Waiontha Hunt Club.
SS picturesque drives. No uosauitoes.
B It EABLK A BOrT.
GOOPERSTOWN. N. Y. 3SbJ&
kept; excellent table; $10 to SIS a weak. Ideal
August and September climate.
SARATOGA SPRINGS.
I Saratoga.
Zbe (Brano Tiln.on
Will remain open until Sept, IS.
WOOI.LKY OKBBAN8, Proprietors,
Saratoga Springs. New York.
Great Rorse Show August XV ana SO.
Saratoga Floral Fete Sept. a.
CATSK1LL MOUNTAINS.
CATSKILL BIOCNTAIBS,
Klakatom Betraat House.
$8 So $S per week: free boating and nahlngi high
elevation; iilenty of abade and amusement.
O. W. rlBHEK, Klskatom, Oreene oonnty. H. T.
LONGlStiAND.
Swept by Ocean Breezes.
CLIFFTON HOUSE, Bonaire.
(POST OFFICE, PATCHOOUE, L. L)
COOLEST AND FAVORITE RESORT
ON GREAT SOUTH BAY.
An Ideal Spot for recreation, Bathing, Yachting.
Fishing, Boating. Wheeling, Music 300 rooms.
For terms and circular. JENKINS k CLHTTOB.
MANHATTAN BEACH HOTEL
NOW OFEN.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
NOW OPEN.
. W. BUIeok. Mgr. J. P. Oreaves, Aast. MArr
NEW JERSEY.
ST. KICBAEL'S VILLA. EnBlewood-on-the-Hudson,
m resort for convshsoeuU and those snekint
health and rost, among sores of pines and pur
mountain sir: special attention to tlioie diaohaigad
from hospitals. Addreaa
B1BTKR8 OF ST. JOMPH.
ASBURY PABK.
HOTEL BRUNSWICK
Directly on the beach. The leading hotel In every re
spect. New casino, amusement hall, elevator, also
tno lighta, UlepUoue. Kvt-niug dinner.
Morgan St Fsvrsons.
PENNSYLVANIA.
DELAWARE WATER GAP.
CATARACT HOUSE, WATER GAP, PA.
Kound trip UokeU nisiled, fi; board $7 to $10;
atrictlr elite, caiiaclty 100; oool; near lake and river;
1,1100 feet L.M. TUCKEB.
CAP VIFaV HfllKP Picturesque surroundings;
UBr wltff nUUSr.. oom, comforts, boaUng;
pool; shuffls rooms. SAMUEL OVEBFIaXD.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
THE WAUMBEK AND COTTAGES,
JeSeraon, New llauip.lilre,
IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS,
Is now making engagements fru September and Oo
lJbroDli' September Is the flurst of golnug months.
DAVID B PLPMKB. ktanag.r.
VIRGINIA.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS,
OPEN ALL TUB YEAR.
Invigorating fall cllmaU. S,600 feat al.vatton.
Oil CilKHAI-KAKK AND OHIO RAILWAY.
The New Homestead. Cottages and Casino are con
structed and furnished throughout in aocoroano.
with latest drslgns and modern improvements. Most
complsts bathing entabllithmeut and moat curative
baths known for rheumstlsm, gtuit and nervoua
troublea eerr bath from flowing springs of natural
hot water.
OOLC LINKS. CLUBHOUSE AND WELL-KEPT
OHEKN, UAONIFR'ENT MOUN
TAIN SURHOUNUINOB.
All matters connected with ssnitarr conditions sub
ject to periodical csamlnatlotia bv eiperte.
PaUman eompartment car New York to Hut Springe
without change Tueadayn, Thursdar. and Setaraajra.
Tlokew and reservations st OuiMapeaka and Ohio
offices, SSI and 1 SIS Broad war, and all ofooes Pena
aylvania h. it.
1UK1) HK111U, Manager,
Hot Springs, BathOo.. Ya,
rutum JltMrtn.
AM IDEAL PALL BBSOHT.
Forest Houss al Istcrlakca.
LAaB MABOPAO, X. .
Modern kotal loaaUd In uviuialte private park; 60
Ules froaa New York, oombinlag aiQtude sslsnsats
LaTa. oilVAarlfaitata; LfZ&JZ?"'
.!?&? " ". swasaTiaw Sa
tit two lb roaaa,
i.-BWasah
Wtit Pourttinth Slrcit. I ;'
Inventory Clearance
(From now until August 3Ut.)
How can labor of Stock Taking be lessened ?
Experience answers: "Reduce Stock. v j
By Greatly Lessening Prices.1!
FOLLOWING WILL TESTIFQ
the "Cut" has been made.
Ladles' Cotton inventory
Underwear. otrtrings
Muslin Gowns Tuoked Circular Toka
tall alses bargain Indeed at SO
Good Muslin frowns-high. Y or square
ntok trim'd with Insertlngs snd
ruffle of showy emb'jr 60
Nainsook. Oambrlo and Lawn Gowns
Elaborately trim'd with Val and
Point de Paris Laoes or fine amb'r
were 3.25 and 3.40 1.08
Colored Lawn Skirts "Dewey " flounce
striped and figured wore .39, now. . .29
Muslin Ombrelle Skirts two Inserting.
of fancy laoe or solid em b'd ruffl e TO
Oambrlo Ombrelle Skirts 10 Inoh
embroidered ruffle value 1.98 1.89
Muslin and Cambric Ombrelle
Drawers Lace add emb'r trim 80
Oambrlo, Muslin and Lawn
Drawer Ombrelle and Regular
trim'd with emb'r or Yal or Point
d Paris Laces value 1.49 08
Oambrlo and Muslin Chemise olreular
and square laoe or emb'r trim 40
Black and Ool'd Lawn or White Dresains
Sseques plain and trim'd ten styles. .CO
Stl fX TtTsSlfaa fsWsBewB Tiraaalnv Q j. eaaB
Empire or high nook laoe or emb'y... .70
Misses' Muslin Sklrta-emb'y trim 40
Children's Gowns 1 to 4 years
tucks and inserting em b'a ruffle. 40
Misses' Muslin Ombrelle Drawers
all sices emb'y trim .30
Boys' and ,nvcntory
Misses' Wear. orftrings
All our Misses' Pine Shirt Waists
. that were 08 cents to 1.10 now 68
Misses' Plane and Crash Salts
fanoy trim-were 5.96 to 6.98 9.08
Children's Sample Dresses Gingham.
Percale and Organdy emb'r and
ribbon trim handsome styles
worth 4.00 to 0.00 1.08 and 3.98
Boys' All Wool Knee Pants
navy and miitures 4 to 15 yrs M
Boys' All Wool Doable Breast Salts
navy and mixtures-7 to 18 yrs 888
All Wool Vestee Salts 8 to 7 y re
combination vest and collars 388
All Wool Sailor SulU-3 to8 re
combination collars brsld trim 388
Bora' Washable Sailor Salts plain
crash and fanor stripes now 00
Boys' Laundered Percale Shirt Waists
"Mother's Friend "4 to 13 Tears 48
"Let each Season speak for itself."
Wash Dress ivntor,
Fabrics. oirsrinii
14 oent Fast Black Cotton Grenadines. . . 8 X
10 and 12 cent Percales best stria 6
10 oent Indigo lllue Percales-yard wide. 6
16 Oent Fine French Batistes
stripes only 32 inohes wide OX
10 cent Fanor Ginghams plaids and
laeeeffeots) clearing price 3J.
13H cent Madras Percales yard wide
finest made excellent styles to oloee. 0X
13 oent 40 lnoh Fanor Lawns and
Batistes good style can be had f or. . 4M
16 cent Plain Sateens only A limited
assortment of colors, therefore. 8X
12X oen t Linen Crashes fanoy emb'd. .. 7X
12K oent Fanor Dotted Swisses best
styles In dress and waist lengths. BM
15 oent Fast Black Brocaded Sateen. ... OX
"Let each Season speak for itself."
Dress Goods lnvcntofy
Department offering
38-lncb Vigoureuz Mixture
have been reduoed to. .24
Fine Quality Black and Navy
Mohairs and Storm Serge 30
69 cent Sarah Serges Black
and all the atopic oolors now 80
SCHOOL "th
a-w errA . .(. AnilUll
SUPPLIES. ssi.
At Prices to make It memorable.
All new goods.
Lehigh Blatoa 1 Fountain Pone 5
Noiseless Single Slates. 6 Kloksl Penholders A
Molsslsss Double do .10 Pocket do. ........ 3
Transparent do.. $ Bast Black Ink S
Lead Penclla, doi 3 Indellbl. do 10
With Krasere. dos S liucilags s
Automatic Peaoua. T Pass Books 13
BagleOrarona S Reporters1 KoU... 3 o
Sponges 1 students' Ho4 g
White Chalk 144 pea. S Composition 13
Ool'd with Bolder 7 doable lined S
Pes 4 Writing Tablste 11
Pencil Sharpener. 1 Oompessrs 4eoS
Steel Ink Erasers 35 IS Inch Balers 3forl
Pencil snd Ink do 4 with hrses edge. 8
Typewriter do S Blotters, dos A
Slat. do S Writing Books
Blackboard de 8 Book Btrapa 8
Magio Knives 7 Book Beads, dos S
Steel Pcus-dos S Drawing Book. S
Bubber Penholders..., 8 D'wgPaper, quire 11
Fancy do Pencil Boise, with
Geographical Olobes. $ key a 710
cants to $.14 Numeral rraxuae 34
1 Blade Knivae Pearl handle g
1 do do bolstered ends $4
4 do do plain and tipped pearl h'dls. SB
do do boUt'd peart handles SS
WosUnholm A Sou's Jackknlvaa. BS
IX L Woslonholm-4 blade. 7$
Blunt and needle polatad Boleeoia i0
Bojrs' and Oirla' School Beg. T IT 14 00
Book Strep, Peaoll Box and Buier eatnataad IS
Pencil and Petal Box combined. .......io
Typewriting Paper box of eoOeaeees .......7
Don t procrBBtlriRtsj. . . Hsch i
tloru. small quntltlcs not BdvtTUsi
CipllOlStery Inventory
and Rugs oirerin.R
Clearance Sale of Lace Curtains One , J
to Four pair lots Samples slightly soiled i
Point de Paris-were 013 to $18 7.08
Irish Point were$.io$12 6.08
IrlshPolnt wereOStoOS 4.98 J
HandwroughtTambour were $10 to $12 6.98
Hand wrought Tambour were $5 to $7.. 3.98 Tl
Cluny Bash Curtains ware $6 to $7.. 2.98
Scotch Laoe Curtains wore$4to$0. 3.98
Scotch Lace Curtains -were$3to$5. 3.48
Clearance sale of portieres 1 to 3 pair lots:
Bellopolls. Egyptian and Oriental Tap
estry 9.S8
Silk Damask and Brocade were $9 to
$11 6.08
Silk Frou Frou and Brooalin were $6 to
$8 4.08
About One Hundred Pair Snowflake . 3
and Silk Cross Stripe Curtain best
colorings ell reversible 1.31 toG.08
Our 1.49 Fsncy Woven Hammoeke
3Hxl2 ft with side fringe-now 78
White. Gray and Black Fur Rnge
two yards long to close out 1.98
Iran Carpet Bugs alee 0x12 ft 11.98
Adjustable Wire Window Screens
exiena irom .vj to .to inon were .. . . .is?
Congo Holland Window Shades
hand knot fringe spring roller 30
Opaa tie Shades 3x6 it applique lace... .38
H Inoh Brass Curtain rods foot. . 8
Corrugated Window Poles
brass trimmings 6 tt. long .38 E
" Let each Season speak for itself." I
Annual Blanket A w
Sale Fourth Week Succcssl
Assortments becsme somewhat broken,
but then lster arrivals renew the com
plctc line and at prices that talk.
Fire cases Ten quarter
White Wool Blanket they oannot
be duplicated at 2.00 anywhere 1.49
Fight cases Elaven quarter
Fine California Whit Wool Blankets
you would think them cheap at 6.00.. 888 , i,.f
Four oases Twelve quarter i
Extra fine California White Wool
Blanket almost a wholesale
offering at 6.94
Other Bed Coverings
Silkoline Comfortable zephyr edge... 88
Full site Fine White Crochet Quilts .80
Extra heavy Crochet Qnilta .96
8 lb. Pillows best Oerman split Feathers 1.08
Best Live Oeeee Feather
half Down the pound .86
" Let each Season speak for itself."
NUMEROUS mventory '
NEEDFULS Offerings sL
38 Inch Canvas Covered Dress Trunks
brass looks Iron bound hat tray. 3.48 I
Sheepskin Club Bags 0 to 17 In.. .49 to .88
Steamer Chairs oane bottom and back. 188
Quire box Stationery satin finish
ruled an d plain leader in values at . . . .18
Ladles' Combination Pocket Books snd
Purses black and fanor leather .39
Ladies' Black Leather Shopping Bags. . . .38
" Boss Dandy " Camera else 4x6 picture 8.08
Triple Plated Knives and Fork H dos. LIS
White Bon Handle Dinner Knives
ana rorx snear steel set or oo jam s
White Bone Handle Dinner Knives J
and Forks set of 6 each 88
Fanor Cotton and Val. Trim's Laoe 8 1
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Whit
and ool'd bordered Handk'to 8 M
Ladles' Emb'd Handkerchief .la
Short Length of One Embroideries S
former prio 35 and 35 oent ,13X
Children' Corset Waist-" H. A W."
Seconds patent fastenings garter
attachment value .40. JO
Fine Sateen and Coutille Corset w
long, short and medium waists 88 V
Odd Styles in 0. P. snd other
popular makes were 1.60 to 8.00 88 'Rfc
French Percale Waists
Checks and Bayadere atrip 88 .
Taffeta. Satin Qros Grain and fancy I
checked Ribbons-SH and 4 inch JS
Babies' Wear inventor,
and Millinery otTeringg I
Babies' long Coat of Bedford Cord
single or double oape effect of emb'r 388
Babies' long Cambrio Skirts took 43M
Bablee' Outing Saoquee yoke effect . . . .18
Bablee' Emb'd Chins Silk Caps
full laoe and ribbon ruche At)
Babies' Short Dresses of Lawn
and Nainsook waist and yoke
effect emb'y or laoe trim B4
Ladles' Satin Straw Bailors-doubls
brim black and oolors .80
Ladle' and Children's Hats fsnor I
ohip and plain Straws clearing price. .18
MUSLINS Inventor. I
and Linings offerings I
Too many 10-4 N. T. Hill
Bleached Sheeting o this week
they will be same prio aa the 9-4 J4M
Roman Striped Skirtings now .lix
Fanoy Black Back SUesia. . . . ' u u
w spp
Beat quality Lining Cambrio SBE
a" colors and black aH g t ,
lay brings new scries of reduc '
td. . . lUriy purchasing will wy.glf9

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