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IB N THE 9UN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1898.
I Much in Little FOUR lines that tell of mer chandise movements of vast moment: J he Sale of Blanket. The Sale of China and Cut Glass. The Sale of Lamps. The Exposition of Dress Goods, Silks and Millinery Styles. All these have had their story told, and, if we may judge by results, fur ther telling is superfluous. If you are seeking anything included in these lines it will be well for you to review yesterday's store news. Or, better, come and see. Miss Lemcke's Cooking by - Gas lessons, at 10:30 and 2:30 each day. Of course you will insist on a gas range for the new house or apartment. Our campaign of gas-cooking educa tion Is bearing fruit, the real estate men say. Hlimhr That the matchless Hum numDcr bicycles should j Bicycles at our prices of to-day seems like magic It is not a fairy tale but downright fact that the 1898 models of the perfect Humber make and finish are selling thus: Roadsters, $40 Tourists, $42 Lady Humbers, $45 How this has come about would make interesting reading. The hard i fans are all the Bicycle Public needs to care for. But the lesson is buy your Humber now, for the great losses that are created by the present prices are insurance against the repetition of this chance. Fifth door. Classifv.no- There are hun" uassnying dreds of lorious China Bargains mtic china bar gains here, too small to warrant indi vidual mention, but in the aggregate deserving the widest and strongest publicity. Some are low priced naturally ; that is, because they were bought at a low price. Some are really expensive goods, brought to their present level because they are odds and ends and pickings from sold out lines. What ever the reason, the values are obvious enough. We have classified these into tour lots, as follows : A COUNTERFUL OF 10c ARTICLES Real china goods, with pretty flower and gilt decorations; values are double in many cases treble our price, 10c. each. Tea cups and saucers, 2 sizes of cream jugs, sugar bowls and plates. A COUNTERFUL OF 25c. ARTICLES Decorations of flowers and gold. The lot comprises after-dinner, tea and bouillon cups and saucers, oatmeal sets, spoon holders, plates, pen boxes, pin-trays, sugar bowls. A COUNTERFUL OF 50c. ARTICLES The values in this lot are 51 and It. 50 mostly, though there are some pieces worth fully $2. In this collection are celery trays, tea-pots, salads, cups and saucers. A COUNTERFUL OF $i ARTICLES Nothing in this offering worth less than double the market price, and the cups and saucers are reduced from 3. There are chocolate pots, pitchers, sugars, plates, cups and saucers, bon-bon boxes, and pen boxes. Basement. New Furniture jLft'dSS'dS r nu chairs show signs from Old of weaft you are probably figuring on having them re covered. Perhaps you have wondered what the expense would be. Little enough, we assure you, if you let us do it. It can be done in a very costly way, too, if you wish, but whether as cheaply as possible or as richly as possible, rest assured that the figure will be fair and reasonable for the work done. There are many chances to get good coverings at less-than-usual figures. These, among them : Silk and Cotton Damask, in 4 colorings, at 85c; was $1.25. Reversible Tapestry, in 3 colorings, at $1.1 5 i was Ji.65. SUk Tapestry at fl.45 ; was J2.25. Metal and Cotton Tapestry, in 3 colorings, atft.25; was 1.85. SUk Tapestry, in 3 colorings, $2.15; was $3. Silk Damask at $2; was $3. Figured Velvet at J2.25 ; was $3.50. Silk Damask, in 9 patterns, at $2.50 to $3-50; were $3.25 to $4.75. This important news also of Irish Point Sash Curtains, white and ivory : At $1.25 pair 3 patterns; were $Z At $1.75 pair 2 patterns; were $2 50. At $250 pair 2 patterns; were $3-25. At $2.75 pair 2 patterns; were $3.75. At $3.25 pair 3 patterns; were $4. At $3.90 pair 7 patterns; were $5. At $4.35 pair 2 patterns; were $5.75. At $5.65 pair 2 patterns; were $7. At $5 90 pair 3 patterns; were $7.50. third floor. Sh0CS lt, for Children light-weight shoes for knockabout use, light and cheap and noiseless. Of canvas, with , a stout, soft rubber sole, sewed on. Sizes 6 to 10, 25c a pair. Larger sizes, 40c a pair. Feiirth sranns and Nlutk strsst. Hebrew New Year J patient r.,i0 assortment. waras pretty utile souvenirs in flat card or folder shapes, at 2c. to 12c. Novelty cards, 25c. to 55c. Hand-painted celluloid cards, 25c, 40c, 60c, 85c., $1.35, $1.50. Lllio Booi Store, Nihil strstt. JOHN WANAMAKER Form.. A. T. Stewart & Co. Broadway, 4tt ave., otb sod totb so. J&miMHmtnt. MADISON LAST WEEK OI 'ARE BUT ONB. ,j . GARDEN. I $&" I To.rh,a IMRR KIRAI.rV.S Great American Nival Spectacle, NAVAL VCT0RIES MOST Jf ARVKIXOUS PRODUCTION BVMt PBaV SKNTKI) TO THK Pt'BUU. Heats m sale 1111 to the closing performance, MTIBUAV, HKPl. a. Manhattan Beach Hotel. NOW OPEN. Weiner's Orchestra Free Concerts. Pali's Manila and Fireworks -Sg SPECIAL FEATURE TO-NIGHT. The famous charge at San Jtian In which so of the original men from the 7 let Bent, anil Rough Hi.lere wlh taki' part In addition to our regular suponium erarlea of 3R0. . . Surf Bathing Kstnbllahment Open to Oct. 8. AMERICAN fflMMslk- n.'SIns iolanthe. "Thu beat opera cbornt in New York. " Hr-ralil. Ei'gs, 8:15. 1,000 Res'd Seals, 25c, 50c. Mate Wed.anIHaU2:lB. l.lOOBB DBEAT8, 2Gc. Neit week-DOBOTUY. LYCEUM &r SOTHEHH: THURSDAY MATINEES rename thin week. AX 8:30. I Xnitant mcci-M of ANTHONY HOPE'S I brtMit.nl ronianrr, THE ADVENTURE OF LADY URSULA. MIRH IURNF.I) AS URSULA. KV'08, 0:16. MAT1NKKH THURSDAY AND SAT. GIRRIPK THEATRE. 3Mh et.. near Broadwar. Ulinnibn Evenings, 8:15. Baturdsy Mat Hoyt k McRee, Lessees: Charles Frohman, Man. 3D HKKK-BHI CUOWUS. Rmve.s 8uul. h. and Lverjbody Laueha at Herald MIWT'Q Evening World A good laugh. "Mil Hnyt la a good tonlo. iii'.M .iiimi ai, i,air., A DAY ANDANIGHT. KNICKERBOCKER, 5fhW fts. ,fc HOPPER IS A NEW BOUHA OOMIO OPERA, THE CHARLATAN. Br John Philip Sotiea and Ohaa. Klein. MADISON SQUARE ISttJj&'rm,. "Oh. but it waa a funny play." Erg. World. " Success. Merry and hearty laughter." Herald. STRAND COMEDY COMPANY, JESfiL 1,1 Bo,?o1nGeoy!ho,,y,,A BRACE OF PARTRIDGES. Krenihgs8:30. Saturday Matinee 3:16. ACADEMY 14th St. and Irving PI. E. Q. Oilmore k Eugene Tompklna. .Propr'e Mgra. T A C2IYI OKNHAN THOMPSON. The Original production, TWO THE OLD WEEKS HOMESTEAD MAT. WED. AND SAT. 2. EVE. 8:15. Palaop CONTINUOUS 18??TJu lALAbtPKltFORIUNCE P.M. 3d av. ROSE C06HLAN, in Her New Playlet. MASON MITCHELL, the "Rough Rider." " How We Placed 'Old Glory' on San Juzn Hill." MB. AND MKS. S1DMAX. WAlUlltAPH. 3o OTHERS. rMPIRT THEATRE. B'way and 40th at. cmrinc. Evenlnga 8:20. Matinee baturday. CHARLES FBOHMAM Malinger LAST TWO WKI'.K.S Tins season in New York of WILLIAM GILLETTE and the famous SECRET SERVICE. MANHATTAN THEATRE, v" Startling the Town Turning Away Money. Zienfeld's rilsP TllltTI I" Evs.at8:lo. Cumeily I HE I iKILr. Mutltieea Company. lib Ull labt Wed. ASat. "Settiig A Rapid Pace. . See It." Herald. I4TH STREET THEATBR .Sd. i!6- Bcaerved Orchestra Circle or Balcony, 50 centa. SI AM) LAST WEKK. James H. Wallick'a Triumphant Pr dni-tion, DEVIL'S ISLAND. Events leading to urrrst, ininnr-oumi nt and escape. of CAPTAIN DREYFUS fraphicaUy described. PRhRTnR,5i Continuous PerforaaTceTlF I IIUUIUII MjIBr.. OOr. 18:30 to 10l43 P.M. MB. AND MBS. BOYLE, CHA8. T. KLI.IS i CO., A. O. DUNCAN. JONES. OHANT AKD JONES, AI.EX. HKINDI,. WABOBAPH (new viewei. 3 BIO IlltoS.. WILLIAMS AND Tl'CKER. 20oth,ra. Oreat Show! W ALL ACK'S. " "Brad's? NTUAKT ROBKO'. in AUOU8TU8 THOMAS'S Comedy. Entitled T3EOE2 3VtHJ3DIlL.3r:Pl.. WEBER & FIELDS' g2g. "&:$&S!r- The same old uproariouH eticceea, Thoae0ThTngi" HURLY BURLY HENRY LEE IN OLIO. HERALD SQUARE TUFA., 8-.th et and Broadway. ntnnfcuEv'iiiX:l6;Mjt. W.d. and Sat.. 2:18. THE FRISKY FAVORITE, THE FRENCH MAID. GRAND OPEBA 23d at. ft MATINEES unnnu house. Bth av. wed. and sat. Al OUSTfS PITOU Leiaee and Manager johSsownd A TRIP TO C00NT0WN. PASTOR'S contini'ois 13 Noon to 11 P. M. s.-nlk 30 nnd 3U Centa. BUS8ELL BROTHERS. Morton anil Bevelle. The Paoe That Kille. DIURRAY r'Kkk. MAT. EVERY DAY. Kuiiii Hmi'n at Matinees 26c. Ev'pB. 36c. and 600. "laflgj SSuVS? MAY BLOSSOM. fla " SAM T. JACK'S Theatre, fI Il'way and 2lth at. !V 2 BIO SHOWS EVERY DAY, 2 AND 8. tffhltr DAZZLINO Sl'KI'KISKS. BO Bnrleaquera. Living Pictures. KFITH'S CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE lll I I V 26c. r.Oc. NooutollP.M. CAMILLA IIRSO. HARRY LACY. IIAVE8-I.YTTON. BIIXIKAI'U. GREATEST BILL IN NEW YORK. BBOAIilVAY THKATKK, Monday, Sept. IK. I'llANflN WILSON" hi, 'I company, Preaeutlng the new Comic Opera. THK LITTLE COKPOKAL. Bale of teats opena Sept. if.. jjj AVE. THKATKK7 B'way and 28th it. II) Evenings H'.IG. Sat. Mat 2:30. CHARLES COGHLAH-THE ROYAL B0X 1I1DI CU Opera House. Ev. 8:20. Bat. Mat. a nflnLClTl look, MANN A CLABA LIPMAN. THE TKLEFHONK tilltL. IBVTNO-PLACE THEATBJt SEATS Big. Thuidar, Seiit. lo. MOW THE LILIPUTIANH in ON THEOOLDEN HORSESHOE. BALE. WORLD IK WAX. sMaXEV WAR GROUPS. H5r3Dr jVf XJSE33D. Oruhustrti Coneeru. mnmm t.'i nkma'i oi .uapii. KOSTER & RIAL'S gEffi? Adm. 50c. Cake Walk and 10 Big Vaudeville Acta. ReopemuK Regular Sesaou MONDAY, :.i:r r. la. I) II UlOi Every Evening at H: 10 IIAI Y'V A IllNAWAV (IIKL. lHli I 1 Mats. Wednesday and Saturday at 3. AT AH Broadway, below 14th st. Hi.l. l.ro ST AK. THE LOST PARADISE. iSJhjE bay" CASINO! Wr&k L.U"",U ' OOIH.E IIAMlVI G0j.UMBUS JSk DCADI ET'fi Bowery anil Kpriuc at. rElriaas B A FACTOR V WAIF. rookluu mu.ofiiifiits. cov. M ANTaMJK Ev-' H:I SINN'S WIWI1 I . IV a Mats. 2:10. This We.'k MATINEES Wed. A Sat. The WarldFamou. up nflM DALY American Comedian, " Wnn wns.1, In the N. Y. Caaino'u tiorgeou. Oayel , The Belle of New York. loo Celi'hritics. Oiaml Chorus A Bullet. Nett Week-TilE WHITE HEATHER, Xotx and -founA. LOST, between onth st. si.d Utb st., on 2d ST., on eiuug of Sept. 11. lad 's open-faoad sliver watch, with gold ctisln 1L na rt if i, ninr it. si (Ai.RiiJ.I. :. EaVit 65Ui at 8" EPT. p, on the Empire SUto Express, between Syr acuse ami New York city, puckt-tbook .outlining liapera, vaiimble only to owuer; under veiy l;i..-r:.!ly reaaideil: n. questions ask, d. J. F. OAYN'Oit, Hull in an House. Siauoturwi, ergnujp, t. BAKOAINS.-Upiighta 16.00 mo. .. .1100.00 (lordou. a pedals, tl S7.00 mo. . . J160.00 Ptansa (or rent. Hi av d. GORDON'S, a fifth av. ' fp pUPnPraTvpUBNITTIRE FOR YOUR HOBBY-ROOM A constant gathering of decora tiro materials from the East from all Europe long study of interi ! ors of all the best periods with a knowledge of American houses and climate, fit ns to furnish a "den" to match your hobby. It will depend altogether on the nature of the inhabitant If of a Bohemian taste, here are draper ios and earrings from India, or per haps Mexico; tables nnd ohairs with rich fantastic earring, a Persian couch, niediicval armor on the walls and Oriental rugs on the floor. If literary, there may be only an old English writing table and a place for books, tapestries, Ac. If for a smoking retreat, ease loving Turkey will give the ideas. We can' furnish the furniture, draperies, rugs and all the pecu liar den-y things, and you may combine them at your own fancy. Or we will furnish ideas, plans and materials, and do the work correctly. Your wishes regulate the cost, but it in always the low est possible for the materials used, for you know you 6UYO"TiMC MAKeH"' Geo. C.FLint Co 44. 45 and 4.est23TST, near broadway. WsCTOWv: 154 and 156 WEST IgTgTjttt tfxru.if.0M. COlYlSLANb DIKECT TO m.OOKLYN JOCEKT CLUB HACK TRACK From Ft. 'VVIiitebiiilSt'. (Battery), N. Y., via 89th St. (Brooklyn) Ferry. Boats connecting with EXPRESS TUAINB. No Stops. LEAVE DAILY tliHO, 7:40 loiceptSun.) (SiOO Sun. only), W:0O. 10:o, ll:(o (11:30 Bun. only) A. M., 12:00 noon (12:40 rare days only), 1:00 (1:20, 1:40 race duys only), 2:00 (2:20 raca days only), BiOO, 4:00, 5 00. :oo P. M. Frequent trains returning: last train leaves Conoy Island at 7:00 P.M. (12:28 Sun. only). FARE 10 CENTS. MANHATTAN BEACH. TRAI NS LEAVE NEW YORK, TOOT S4TH ST., E. R., week days. f.:40. (1:40. 7l40. 10:60 A. M 12:10, l;li). 1:50. 2 ::(", 8:10. 4:10, 6:10, 6150, SlSO, 7:00, 7 30. H:10. w:3, 10:10 and 10:50 P. M. LEAVE NEW YOltK, FOOT WHITEHALL ST., VIA ilKTH SI'., BROOKLYN, FERRY: Week daya. 7:Ol), :nO, l'.lK, 10:00, 11:00 A.M., 12:00 noon. 1:00. . 2:00, !):0o, 4:00, 5:00,8:00. Excursion tickets, 40c. NEW ROUTE TO ROCKAWAY BEACH THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE FROM FERRIES. FOOT BROADWAY, BROOKLYN. PATJCfil, ISO. VIA BBOOKLYN H.KVATEU AND LONti ISLAND R. R. Same rato of fare from Park Row. N. Y.. via Brook lyn Bridge, or from any Brooklyn Elevated station. Trains leave Broadway ferries, week days, hourly, 6:04 to H:04 A. M.; half hourly. :04 A. M. to :04 P. M. Saturdaya oidy. li:S4 P. M. Sundays, half hourly. tl:04 to 8:04, 8:24,S:44, 9:04 A.M. Every 16 minutes. U:04 to 11:04A.M. Evory 10 minutes. 11:04 A. M. to H:44 P.M. TRAINS FOR MONTAUK Leave New York. 34th st.. E. R. Week daya, 8:25 (S:60 Snorlal Faet Enirena) A. M.. 8::0 (4:60 Spe cial Fast Express) P. M. Sundays (8:50 Special Faet Express) and I1:IX) A. M. Leavo LI. City Week days. 8:38 l:00 Speclsl Fast Express) A. M.. 8:33 (6:00 (Special FasH Express) P. M. Sundaya (V:0O Special Fast Express) and ii- In A. M. RETURNING, Lear Montank Week days, for New York and Brooklyn 5:50 tv.no Special Fast Ex press. New York only) A. M.. 2 00 (6.00 Special Faet Express) and 7:ilo P. M. Sundays, 8:30 A. M., .65(.-:00 Special Faat Expreaa, New York only) and 7:48 P.M. The special Fast Expreaa Trains make no itopa ea-1 of Jamaica. Excursion tlckta will be sold at one fare for the round trip $3.50, valid for 8 days good only on trains deidijuated as Special Faat Express Trains. CampWikoffis located about one rolle from the station. A restaurant haa been catabliabcd at tha station, whare a light lunch may be obtained. "AMERICA'S PLEASURE GROUNDS." fT3fV. LAST DAY msm mB season, lKiiyll lWEDNESDAY GMmr Sept. 14th TIME TABLESTEAMEKS LEAVE Cortlandt St. piers 8:45. 10:00, 1 1 ;00 A. M., 12:00 M.. 1:80, 2:Sii. 3:8(1 P. M. So. 5th St., Brooklyn. 11:05. 10:2H, 11:20 A. M., 12:20. 1 :60, 2:50, 3:50 P. M. East 32d St., BlUO. 10:45. ll:4fi A. M.. 12:45, 2:15. 3116, 4:15 P. M. LEAVE GLEN ISLAND 11:00 A. M., 12:50 M., 1:00 P. M. for Cortlandt St. only; 8. 6. 6:80. 8, 7, P. M. for all landings, hi.r.iiil Runt from East Slid and 96th Sta. Leave 83d St. VMO A. M., 12 M., s P. M. Leave otith St 0:16 A. M., 12:16and3:15P.M. Returning, leave Glen Island 10::lO A. M. for 82d St. only; l:SO and 6:30 P. M. for llllth and 82d 8U. EXCURSION 40 CENTS. Including Aduil.slon to all Attraction!. IRON STEAMBOAT CO. THE ONLY ALL-WATER ROUTE TO CONEY ISLAND. Landing at the New Iron Pier. TIME TABLE (SUBJECT TO CH ANGEL From 22d at.. N. R . hourly from II A.M. until 7 P.M. Piir 10. Kat River, 1 Hourly from M:80A. M. adjoining Hanover Square until Station Elevated R. R. 7:80 P. M. From Coney Island, hourly from 10:40 A. M. until 8140 P.M. Tickets on aale at all downtown traok stations of the Elevated Railroads. West Bide passengers trang ferrcd free to Hanover Bquare. Returning West Bide passengers deposit tickets at Hanover square and are transferred free to the West Sldo. Excursion Tickets 85 Centa. WEST POINT, NEWBURGH & POUGHKEEPSIE. GRAND DAILY EXCURSION (Except Sunday) BY PALACE IRON DAY LINE STEAMERS ' NEW YORK " and "ALBANY" From Brooklyn, Fulton St. (by Annex) 8A. M. Now York, Dealirossea St. Her 8:40 " " New York. West 22d St. Pier U " Returning, due in New York 5:80 P. M. MORNING and AFTERNOON CONCERTS. LONG BRANCH AND BACK, Me. PATTEN LINE AND STEAMER LITTLE SILVER For Long Branch, Highland Beach, Beabrlght, Pleasure Bay, anil Aabury Park, leave Daily, ft. w. 18th at V.OO A. M. 2:40 P.M. " Battery B:80 A. M. 8:05 P.M. Sunday, ft. W. 13th st 8:20 A.M. 9:00 A.M. Batten' K.OA..ii. ti:,'l0A.M. No baggage or freight received at Battery. AMU Hi PARK AND BACK, 80c. AN OCEAN EXCI.KMION FOR 30o. ROCKAWAY BEACH. STEAMER UEN'L SLOCUM LEAVES West 20th St., 10:00 A. M ; Weel 10th St., 10:15 A. M ; Battery Lamling. in. -In A. M .; Bridge Dock, Brookli u, 1 1 no A M : return at 4 P. M. ROUND TBIP. 80c. SUNDAYS, 60c. 1 EEP SFA FISHING DAILY. AL FOSTER, safe XI iron steamer ANGLER; fare 60c.; 21at St., E. R., 7:26: Battery, 8.06; luus winter and summer; no conuei lieu a lth any other boat. GOOD FISHING DAILY. Steamer FOSTER, only beat built for ocean liahiug, lneurtug safety, .peed, and iiimfort. Leaves Eaat 28d at., 7:46; Battery. 8:26. Fare 75c. with bait. Best opportunity of viewing warships on down and return trips. CDfftrt j'luuuurc. DESKS AND OiFICK FURNITURE IN GREAT VARIETY MA.NUFAO OTKED BY T. G. SI 1 I.I.W. Ill FULTON ST. wm, PA'I K.N IS tor Inventions procured promptly; low rates. BOEDER A HUIEBEN, 82 Nassau St., N. Y. EaUbUsbed 186V ptIUu(ia. EI-P-A-ef-. 10 tor 6 centa at drawrlete. Thar ban kkxHstnajUanioiigUte. On clvea ntteZ A $5.00 SHOE FOR 3.50 $3.50 Ll $3.50 $3.60 CLr ffl W.60 $3.50 m& y $3.50 $3.50 TJtl $3.60 $3.50 A gj $3.60 W. L. DOUGLAS Indorsed try over 1,000,000 wtaren. The style, lit and wear cannot be ex celled at any price. All itindi of leather. All the modern styles. All widths. One price, $3.50. BOYS WEAR W. L. DOUGLAS $2.50 SHOE. Same quality as the men's. Very styliih. 15m them at our exclusive stores, NEW TORE : 111. ISM Broadway, a Cortlandt St., 074, 20 Third Ave., I West ISBth St., S43 Eighth Ave., 5 114 Fulton St. LBROOKLTN 1 IN, 110, 1807 Bresdwsy, 431 Fnlton St., 404 Elfth Ave. JKRREY city; io Newark An. NEW ARK : 78S Broad St. Summer 3Rc,?ortj. SARATOGA SPRINGS. VSN8s8wS,-Nft No month It 15 SEPTEMBER tt.KigK: ' .... tenibrr. Its lead- o) ) 4T ln hotel, the(o 9 im.Trr. ...... UNITKIf 8TATKN, e) UN TED STATF5 always remain s fUHIICU O I rt I CO open until OCTO-2 UHTCI HER 1st. St.niu"' MUltLa heat In main?. X bnildtni aid" 'SARATOGA .-K".-.?-.." ifcS f Wrlllfl I UUH rhestra until close 9 S ... ot season. OB f .-Jru.,L"!rv,r maintained. (SFINKST OLF LINKS J.N AMERICA.) s) Write for terms. OAGE & PERRY, m, ?;? 8sai-4js.4s,saSNS,svS5-s!) CAT8K1LL MOUNTAINS. THE lEIIElE, a!,pJrt'r. Open nntil September lr.th; anew hotel with every modem comfort: unique In appointments; cuisine and service equal to the best; an ideal loi-ation for the autumn; golf linka on hotel grounds. OhurrhlU Hull, under same management, will remain open through October. 8. E. CIll'Rt'IIILL, 1W. 1). liroiTNTAIN HOME, vvlndham. N.' Y. Aoeommiv. A'X dates 100; terms reasonable; location unsur paesed; descriptive circulars. O. B. COE. NEW JER8EY. ST. MICHAEL'S VILLA, Knglewood-on-the-Hudsoni a resort for eonvaleaceuta and those seeking health and rest; among sores of pinea and pure mountain air; special attention to those discharged from hospitals. Address Ulsters of St. Joseph. PENNSYLVANIA. DELAWARE WATER GAP. GanVlaatfllfiiiea Choicest location; boating, flsh UUII ICW ilUUSe. to uble p,r,,: ,huIHe room.; terms moderate. SAMUEL OVKHKIKI.D, Mlnsl, Pa. I lATARACT HOrSE. Water Oap, Pa.: round trip " tickets mailed. 12; board, $0 and 47; capacity 100; near lake and river. L. TUCKEB. NEW HAMPSHIRE. THE WAUMBEK AND COTTAGES, Jeffernon, New Hampshire, IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, Is now making engagements for September and Oc toberonly. September is the finest of BOl&xuJ months. MO HAY FEVER. ' DAYID B. PLUMEB, Manager. VIRGINIA. VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS, OPEN A I, I. THE YEAH. InrlcortHnff fall climate. 2.5O0 feet elevation. OS CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. TUe New Homestead, Cottaites and Casino are con iirnirted and fufnisbed throuwbuut in accordance Kith latent design and modern improvements. Most complete bathing eHtaljltHbmcnt and most curatlre baths known for rheumatism, trout and nervous troubles very bath from flowing spring of natural hot water. UOLF LINKS, CLUBHOUSE AND WELL-KEPT QUEEN, MAGNIFICENT MOUN TAIN SUKHOUNDINGS. All matters connected with sanitary conditions sub ject to iTKidi''l examinations by experts. Pullman compartment car New York to Hot Spring" without change duly exuept Nuuluy. Tioketa and reservations at Chesapeake -iU'l Ohio offices, 803 and 1838 Broadway, and all oftVes Ptuiusylvanla II, H, FUKI STEHKY, Manager, Hot Springs, Bath Co.. Va. Stalling Botrlj and Sritauvant. This list appears Tuesdays and Saturdays. Hotel Information free. For booklets of American, European Hotels, SUMMER RESORTS, Also Bates of Apartments In HoteU below, call or address (send stamp) Hotel Tariff lliireau, ( OH firth Are., Near York, I '.; Urgent St., London, I H Itur fe Jlivoll. 1-url. HOTEL P01KET GUIDE (A. P.. American Plan; E.P., KuropoaniOp.,Open.) AI.liASV. N. y Hotel Kenmore, A. P., M up ABBURY PARK. N.J West End Hotel. A.P..S8 up IIALTIMORE, Md The Carrollton. A. P., tS up BRRNAUDSVILLE.N.J. .Somorsetlnn. Open toNov.l HKV AS III H :hk. Larcbraont-on -Bound. Op. to Deo. 1 BOSTON, Mass Hotel Vendome, A. P., (6 do Hotel Brunswick, K. P., tl.so-, A. P., SB do. Copier Bq. Hotel, E. P., $1.50 up, A.P., 8.60 up BOUBNEHOCTU.Ena:. Royal Bath Hotel. A.P.,t4 to 16 BROOKLYN, N. Y.The Bt. George, X. P., (1 1 A.P..SS up do The Mansion House, A. P., $8 up CHICAGO. HI.. The Virginia, A. P., 18.50; B. P., (1.60 DEAL, N. J .Hathaway Inn; op. entire yr.; goli links EXETER. Ent:.. Royal Clarenoe, A. P., $8; X.P., $i.co LONDON, Eii-land Hotel Cecal, K. P., tl up LONDON (Wastmlneter). St. Eriuin's; hlub ulaas Unexcelled for luxury, comfort, cuisine, E.P., $1 up NEW HAVEN. Conn Hotel Bavoy, E. P., tl up HEW ORLEANS, La... .Hotel Orunewald, E. P., tl up do The Cosmopolitan Hotel, E. P., tl.BOup NEW YORK Fifth Avenue Hotel, A. P., $6 up do. Htl Endloott m I stA Columbus) a. p., tS.BOs e.p t3 do The Netherland, E. P., t; A. P., t6 up do. (Chambers A B'wayi Cosmopolitan, E.P., tlup do. TheOerlach.6bW.27thst,,a.p..t8.bO;e.p.,tl.50 PHILADELPHIA,Pa.Aldine,a.p.t8.60up;e.p.tl.50up do. iReetaiirantAlc.aiTdh.lThoLafayotte.E.l'. tl up PLYMOUTH, Kill.'., Iliaml Hotel, A. P., t3;E.P. tl.60 SARATOGA BPUB., Uulted States Hotel, op. till Oct. 1 SYRACUSE, N. Y., Yates Hotel, E. P., fl.&O; A. P., M WASHINGTON, l). C Arlincton HoteL A. P.. :. do Uoti'l Gordon, E. P.; A. P., IB do The Raleigh, E. P., tl.BU up Sherman Square Hotel, BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 71 ST ST. AMERICAN FLAN. Strictly a family hotel; eholce suites, furnished or unfurnished, to rout by the season or year. Cuisine and servloe of the highest order. Rates reaaonable. Location convenient to all parts of tha city. WALTER LAWRENCE, Manager. lRly00Rtli0USE7 FIFTH AVK. AND tTH BT.. NKiVYORK. NSW ANNEX NO. 15 AM 17 I'lFi'M AVI. AMEKJCAN AND EUIiOPKAN iJvANB ffi trui.xii-i.taiii. permaueiit quests. Bervu eilir irte fioiti A a. M. to 1 A. 11 THF. HHF.VOOitT has au EBTAUUBUKD RBPU TATION and is particular! notod for tha exoellvtice Of ItS Ci'ik'HK Apartments for the season may be secured at spe cial low rstee if eutfuued before Oct. 1 . JalMKB k UEVEB. Proprietora. THESLEVIN H0TEL7 I4T11 WT. ANll i'l'U AV. For gentlexueu. on the European plau, tl par dsy; ep,3i lal ratea for large ami small rooms, ny the weelt or mouth. HUGH ItLEVIN, Proprietor. CtlAL.-Hest oaaltty Lehigh, red ash and Locust Mountain coal at lowest cash rates. Yards, ttd st. and 10 ., ta si. and XOft jvjjiAh $ For (ilrli A Vniint Women-City at Country. ! MISS BAIRD'S INSTITUTE J,Z. NORWALK, CONN. I JSth year. Primary. Academic, and College Prepara tory Courses. Music, Art, aud the Languages. are ful attention to morals ami manners. Now buildings, steam beat, gymnasium. Incandescent light. Circu lars. . ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, Bordentown, N. J. This Educational InstltuUon for Young Laities, which la situated about seven miles east of Trenton, may be ranked among the leading schools of the country. Academic or commercial course. Terms moderate. For particular anply to .,. THE SISTER IjIRECTRKSg. St. Martha's Industrial School, nRONXVILI.K, N. Y. , Under the charge of the SISTERS OK ST. JOMTPH OF NAZARETH (Episcopal). Indnatrlaltlsinlngforirirla I ofgooil character to nake tbem good housekeepers. Terms, SlSO a year. No vacations. ST. GABRIEL'S SCHUOL (Episcopal). Boarding School for Girls. Collegiate and Prepara tory Departments. Prepsratlon for College. Address THE BISTER IN CHARGE. PKKK8KILL, NKW YORK. i Tor V'onng Man 4k Woman City Country. REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS. NEW YORK PREPARATORY 8CHOOL. ! 15 West add St., near 5th av., New York, and 200 Joralemun St., nesr Court St.. Brooklyn. Fall Term begins MONDAY. OCTOBEH A. 1HI1R. Day or evening sessions. The fee Ii. any course pro vides for Instruction until the student has succes.fully passed the examination. Annual Catalogue on ap plication to the Registrar. tri ...,. I W. W. SMITH, B. A., Principals: j E R CAMEltllt, LL.B. President Board of Directors: AHA O. GALLUP, B. A., formerly cf Regents' office. Albany. HT. JOSEPH'S M'lHHIl, FOR THK III. INI), Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, JERSEY CITY HEIGHTS, N. J. A school for the thorough training of the blind, , under the direction of a most competent tcschor, a I graduate of the New York Institute for the Blind. It . seems marvellous what the blind are capable of when trained by proper means; they are equal with their sighted sistors and brotuera. Board and tui tion, 1 100 per session. The largest school for the blind In the States. i Teachers' Colleiie, Moruingslde ROraOe Heights, I20thst., West. All classes -iM open to both sexes. Examinations JVlann Rept.23. New teachers have been ' engaged, and new classes will be aanncicil organized to accommodate all de- QUWVJOl. ,irabla appllcanu. Circulars and other Information on application to the Secretary. VIBOII, PRETTYMAN. PrinclpsX Friends' Seminary, 16th St., cor. Rutherford Place, New York. Friends' School, 109-114 Schermerhorn Nt rcri, Brooklyn. Open Sept. 20, 1B0B. Kon-sectarlan schools for boys and girls of all aires, lepares for all i-ollegaa. REfnSXAMWATIONS. 2nd term of the Sent tner School begins Oct. tl, 1 8g. One tuition for any course until the student hsa suc cessfully passed the examination. For catalogue ad dress "SECIIETAHY" SENTTNEB SCHOOL. 18 Astor place, N. Y. city. PlWNINdTONlN. J.) BF.nNARYy-lo-educaUoiiaL Send for illustrated catalogue. For Boys Young Men City 4k Country. BETTS ACADEMY, STAMFORD, CONN OOth Year. Prepares for college or business. Special advantages to students desiring to save time in preparation. HOME LIKE and the INDIVIDUAL the keynotes. WM. J. BETTS. M. A. I Yale i, Principal. DWIGHT SCHOOL FOR ROY'S, 15 West 43d St., Near 51 li At. Nineteenth year begins Sept. 28. 18V8. For annual catalogue address Principal ARTHUR WILLIAMS (Yale). COLUMBIA INSTITUTE rfl cor. West End Ave., Wednesday, Bept. 28th. Thorough Collegiate Preparation. Intermediate and Primary Le partments; optional military drill: trynmaKiuin, hot luncheon, pluygrnund. Catalogues on application. EDWIN FOWLER, A. B-, M. U., Principal. PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY oi.l.i;;l;. Chester. Pa. :.7th year begins rs.pt. 14. "A Military School of the highest order.' V. 8. War Dept. Courses with degrees: Clril Engineering, Ohamlitry, Arts. Preparatory Courses. Infantry, artillery, cavalry. Catalogue of CoL C, K. HYATT, President. 8T. FRANCIS' COLLEGE BALTIC ST., BROOKLYN.. Tor boarders snd day scholars, reopens Sept. 13 Terms reasonable. Send for catalogue. NEW YORK Bay' School," Jr. Nassau St. i au onunni I Kvenlng School, f West IHth St. LAW bLHUUL ) iwlght M.tlind" of In struetlon. LL.B.lntwoycar; LL .M. in three years. Bend for catalogue. GKUlUiE CHAbK, lean. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. REOPENED SEPT. 7. Applications should be made at once. Vacancies limited. Address Brother AIJOPST, West Chester, N. T. jjjtQJTVf) YEARLY, Oolleuiate Institute, Newton, The Student, not the Class, is the Unit. Lanicuaues by natives; no extras; superior table; 800 above sea level: catalogue. J. c. 1'I.A. Principal. tJ IXTY-FIH8T "YFARr Institute educating boys ex t clusively; backward Individually coached; in fluences surroundini' cultured Christian homelife; extremely ui'lerate expenditure; New York Inter views arran-el. Hempstead, L. I. THK IIUOOKLYN LATIN SCHOOL For INDIVID! A I. ISM in EOllCATION. BOYR' IDEALH011E8CHOOL. Termalow. Rev. J. CAMERON. M. A., Berkeley Academy, Suflern.N. Y. For Children City and Country. I CHRISTIAN HOME and School for Children opens at v; Milton, N, V., Sept. 1U; terms reasonable. Miss L. 8. RHODES. Business Colleges. THE PACKARD SCHOOL will reopen after the summer vacation on Tuesday, Sept. (I. Bookkeeplncr. arithmetic, penmanship, cor. respondence, Btenoeraphy, typewriting, commercial law, civil government, Ac. Individual Instruction. Students may enter at any time. Call or send for prospectus, 8. 8. PACKARD, Prcsldont, 101, 1U8, 105 East 2,'ld st. NOW OPEN. THE BEST DAY SCHOOL FOR MEN. BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND. These two essentials, together with ail that goes to make up a thorough ItUM.XI'.KS EDUCATION. Full Information on receipt of postal. ASSOCIATION BUSINESS INSTITUTE, 28D ST.. Y. M. 0. A. BUILPINO. STENOGRAPHY coSng.1- V&jfe. AND Club Rates. SI'KKDINU. TYPEWRITINO fbkk night t i.ahs irn.iuiun opens Oct. 3nth. Personal regis TKAININU traUon. Mondaya k Thursdays, ceunni atoiiPM. Numberllmited. alnUUL. Auras' fbonlo Hhorthuntl. 8 KANT tli ST. V. RPmrriMh, Instructor. Long Island Business College, 14S to 1AU South 8II at., Ilrnoklrn. Registered by the University of the State of New York. Prepares for all phases of business in the most thorough and practical manner. For prospectus ad dress, call or telephone UENHV C. VYUliiHT, Prin. UFPPI CY CPUnm formerlr Pratt Institute, ntrrLCI OVIlUULilwipartiuantot Commaroa X'M Ryersnn St., Bookkeeping. Stenography, BROOKLYN. Tjliewritlug, Languages, New York Hranrh, ltegclits. Civil Service, V.-7 K. 44TH ST. Proofreading. Begin any time. tiRKOU'H SHORTHAND the future stenogrsphyi ' actual bualness; lookkeeiing. Rutherford's School, St. Jsmee Building, Broadway and 2lHh. "TKWYORKBnSINKSH INKTITl'l 'K Affords' thi.?. 1 ,.ili-l, mi. atlou lor I. in iiich.i. Al'EMlC,BO0i( KICI.riN'i, rim -.I'Hi.len. c, B.uikiug, Peiili:aiistilp, Telegraphy, SHORTHAND and TYI'KWlUTlNl. Dc partments: day and evening sessions. Call or write. 0. C. OAINES, Pres., HI Eaat ll'.'.lli St., N. Y. STENOOBAPU Y. typewriting school, HI n Ilroad war, N. Y.; (1 week. Write or call mornings, except Saturdays. Musical . MINN CAUOLINK MABEN, Teacher of llano and Harmony. Diploma from Kliudworth Kcharweuka Oonservatory, Berlin. Vir gil Clavier motlind for techuic. lAltNKuJE HALL Schools for I.uugiiuges. Montolatr Institute of Foreian Lancuaaes, 818 Orange road, New Jerser. Board and day schol ars. At least learn Portuguese und Spanish and do business from North to South Pole. Schools of Elocution and Urtimatlo Arts. CTA0E INiVl'ltt'CTInN.-Ladies and gentlemen t-J thoroughly aud practically prepared fur the pro fessioni.1 sliige, aud secured positions wbeif compe tent. Send or call for circular. LAWRENCE SCHOOL OF Al TlNli, 1 00 West 41d St. cfnwtul jHoJirt. MBS. BOBBKT SCALES. -Wanted, in funuaUon re garding Mrs. ltobcrt Scales, whore husband died In New York about H years ago. After her husband's death aha wetauppoeed to have gone to California. If aha snouliJf e tuis, or any person knowing when abets. ajBg gux Oa. Oaaada. i . IHIIE ARJN1 f West Fourteenth Strut The NEW, The UP-TO-DATE, The POPULAR DRy GOODS (with us a Specialty) are sold At Prices that can only be quoted as the result of concert. trated energy, and the purchasing of large quantities for east.. m LOOK AT QUOTATIONS, f then look at Assortment and Qualities. iNEW UPrlOLSTERQ. One or the famous departments of our stores. Famous for assortments, famous for quantities, famous for the prices so moderate Dealers find they can buy of us to great advantage, and every day brings us new customers, who, ac customed to exorbitant prices of decora tors, find our prices and qualities a reve lation We have made extensive purchases or fine as well as medium and popular goods, some of which are repre sented In these offerings: LACE CURTAINS Irish Point Curtains 1.79 to 14.88 Tambour Laoo Curtains 2.08 to 26.00 Pointde Paris Lace 4.98to 15.00 Antique and Renaitsanos 1.88 to 35.00 Soot oh and Nottingham B9 to 0.00 3 to 4 yards lone More than five hundred styles In all. PORTIERES. Silk and Batln Damatk 4.0R to 15.00 Prou Prou and Brooalina 8.98 to 11.98 Armure and Oriental 2.88 to 8.88 Bagdad and Derby Tapestry 1.39 to 4.98 Chenille 1.79 to 8.88 Coverings and Draperies. Unlimited assortment great rarloty. Silk Damask French designs 1.48 Bilk Brocatels-all colors 1.88 Reversible Silk Frou Frou 2.39 SUk Gobelin Tapestries 1.88 Satin Warp Tapestries 1.49 Spun SUk nine colorings 1.14 Heavy Wool effects in Tapestries 1.29 Burmah and Oriental Stripes 79 Figured Armure Draperies .59 Bagdad Stripes 5 combinations 49 Satin Busse best colorings 29 New Drapery Silks 20 styles 30 Scotch Curtain Musllns-36 Inch 1 2K Fancy Fish Nets 11X F.mbd Tambour Hush Muslins 12K Coin Spot Snsh Muslins-36 inch 8X Irish Point Sash Laces 38 to 1.88 Best Linen Slip Covering 50 inoh 32 GREAT ASSORTMENT Denims. Burlaps, Cretonnes and Tickings At Half Decorators' Prloes. Rugs and Art Squares. The new styles for 1898-88 are here. . Choice and beautiful styles, rich and delicate color ingseverything the latest, freshest, newest! About Five Hundred Reversible Smyrna Rugs. 3060 inoh 08 6x9 feet 4.98 7.6x10.6 feet 7.08 9x12 feet 11.05 Turkish. Oriental and Medallion designs. 2 yd. White and Gray Goatskins 1.88 Wool Pilled Art Squares. 3x2yds 1.48 3x2X 2.19 3x3yds 2.69 3x4 3.49 Woodtones, Reds, Greens, Ao. BLANKETS. Of Blankets we show the largest stock of any house In this countryl All qualities, including the finest Australian I ...... judging by the attributes that con stitute good value In Blankets you will not hesitate to pronounce these EXTRA GOOD VALUE. 10-4 Fine White Wool Blankets 1.68 and up ward to 5.98 Australian. 11-4 Fine White Wool Blankets 1.88 Snd up ward to 7.88 Australian. 12-4 Pine White California 6.88 and upward to 8.88 Australian. 10-4 AU Wool Gray, also Callfornlaa 2.88 11-4 All Wool Gray and Bcarlet. 3.88 12-4 All Wool Scarlet 4.08 13-4 All Wool Australian 6.88 to 8.49 Opening Sale of HORSE BLANKETS. Heavy Stable Blankets .86 Extra Heavy Wool Blankets 1.25 Extra Heavy Fawn Stable Blankets 2.35 Above have two suroingles attached. Heavy Wool Square Bl'keta toy. stripes .98 Heavy Truck Blankets toy. stripes. ... 1 39 All Wool Plaid Road Bl'keta im All Wool Road Blanket. 2J Handsome Plaid Carriage Bl'keta 3.40 Early Season Offerings In VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. Children's "IX I" Rlbbod Post Blaok Hose double knees all sices 2H Children's Corduroy Rib Hose--faat black excellent for sohool wear 19 Ladies' Fine Lisle Thread Hose double soles high splioed heels Fast Black Uermsdorf Dye 24 Ladies' Richelieu Rib Lisle Hose Fust black double soles 39 Men's Fine Emb'd Night Shirts extra ijuality muslin sizes 14X. 15 and 15X-were .85 49 Fancy Silk and Satin String Ties, also Band Bows all colors sad bl'k.. . . 9 Combination Stock and Four-tn-hand Mull Ties lace Insertinge j5 Cream and White Silk Luces, also Butter and White Net top Laos. .19 Pleated L'h'Ton for Hat or Dress Trimming all colors 5 Real Vetuae Nets Eeru and Whit taj 2K lnob Satin and Plain Taffeta Ribbons also 1 .-iuch Fancy Cheeks. . 6 3 inch Plain and Moire Taffeta Ribbons also 3-lnch Satin ail colors J2X 4 inch Satin and plain and Moire Taffeta Ribbons jg 4X lnob Batln and Taffeta Ribbons aas't ol fanny stripes and checks 17 No Liquor Mo Groceries, Ho Ladles' Ready Made Garments. Excellent Values In Ladles' New Hergo Rearer Butts Jacket satin lined throughout f full tailor stitched lO.tsJ 51 New Reefer and tight fitting JM Tailor Made Costumes 1B silk Uned throughout MO W Fall Dresses of English Mixtures S Jackets lined with fancy silk 11.88 1 Ladles' Fancy Figured Blaok ! Dress Skirts-double lined 2.9S Ladles' New Sicilian Dress Skirts deep oorded flounce 5.88 Dress Skirts of Sootch checks and mixtures Best colors 2.88 New Brocaded Satin Skirt 7.88 Fine Satin Duohesss Dress Skirts deep corded flounce 12.88 New Cloth Waists all colors full braided front 1.9S New Brllliantlne Shirt Waists bias tucked front pleated bask 2.98 New Blaok Batln Shirt Waists tucked yoko aud collar 5.88 Blaok and Col'd Taffeta Dross and Shirt Waists newest styles 8.88 Wool Csshmere Tea Gowns lined throughout ribbon or Inserting trlm'd 3.88 New Golf Capes reversible Plaid natural fringe high flare collar 6.88 Combination Golf Capes plain. ' mixtures and plaids circular hood.... 8.88 I Fall Weight Broad Cloth Jackets Taffeta lined-Tailor finish 7.88 FOR THE LITTLE TOTS. 1 Samples from a host of Values. Little Children's Colored Roofers plain and fancy mixtures Strap Back pointed Collars braid trim sizes to 4 years .88 Little Children's Bengallne SUk Poke Bonnets light and dark colors newest designs fancy trim 1.88 Little Children's Eiderdown Coats light colors fancy sailor collar S ribbon trim sateen lined 1,69 ) Little Children's Domet Dresses fancy waists braid trim 49 Babies' Emb'd and Corded Silk Caps full and fancy ruobes 98 Babies' All Wool Csshmere Shirts long sleeves button front sices to 3 years 49 NEW DRESS SILKS. Quotations show at what extraordinary prices we offer the newest of the new ! fl At 79 cents choice of following : Black Taffeta wide snd narrow satin stripes Iff Black Satin Brocades neat designs M Blaok Bengalines heavy oorded effects Jl Batln Brocaded Taffetas 22 inches wide Black Peau de Solo soft finish f , Black Satin Duchesse 24 inches wide kj We also offer Plain and Changeable Taffetas 49 Taffeta Checks, Plaids and Hairlise Stripes, large variety 68 Fancy Satin Strips Taffetas 79 New Fancy Taffetas Bayadere (Jj with overshot stripes 08 Hi New Satin Plaid Taffetas- W handsome combinations of colorings . . .79 27 Inoh Taffetas fancy shades 98 M NEW FLANNELS. "1 We will outdo our own bv-U records In this department Assortment. are more than twice as large as they have yet been, and values such as prove anew that for Flannels and other staples Here Is the place I H Here are J Some attractions In new goods: fl Bilks and Wool Checks and Plaids alsoAU Wool Polka Dots and btrlpes... .48 B These are really worth .65 to .88. Bilk F.mb'd Cotton and Wool J WhlU Flannels-40 styles 88 to .48 W Bilk Emb'd All Wool White Flannels some very elaborate effects, all new patterns-100 styles 68 to 2.39 Plain Colored and Fancy Striped Wool Eldef,owns for Wrappers, Dressing Saoques snd Carriage Robes. .28 All Wool Fancy Plaid and Stripe Flannels 60 styles .34 All Wool Cloth-nnlsn Flannels suitable for Children's Cloaks aud Ladles' Hhirt Waists 29 II 27 inoh White Wool Flannels 19 . Heavy Cantons and Shakers ' u il New Wash Dress Fabrics. ' Who can match these values? New French Flannelettes heeoe back handsome eolleotlon asaortment unlimited , Bayadere checks und plaids Polka dots, fancy figures and Stripes. . J . Geometrical designs and Broche effects- vAV Navy, Cadet Blue, Red, Blaok T and Brown grounds exqulsitaly tinted alluewoolorings tw New Percales full yard wide 1 1 Indigo Blue with white nr j..1 col'd figures, plaids, checks M : and stripes-beat dye ov nWY ' Fauoy Woven Flannels-non-shrlnkahlr I '. Beet American Novelty Gingham V. French Sateens fauoy shades -16 cent trade ;,, Dru Sold in Our Store jL