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atagMars fV MK Linen Store Service is intelligent errio. We bare salesmen in our employ in all departments who hare been with us for yean and who hare come in contact with the goods which hare oome and gona from onr shelves during all that time; and, what is more important, hare satisfactorily erred onr customers during that period, thus aequiring knowledge of every variety of good taste. Sueh equipment furnishes an additional reason for the confi dence reposed in us by our patrons. (Onr Fall ateok of Tabic JUnam. Bad Linen. Art Linen, Toweli, Toweling. Handkerohiefe. Bod Covering. Ao la now complete. and wo Tor r oordlaUr Invito laapoo Gob of It "THE LINER STORE," James McCutchn & Co. 114 West 23d St., N. Y. C?TELIABLr CARPETS' I PROFUSION OF TEXTURES Snd rich colorings at bargraln prioea. SAVONNERIE CARPETS $1.10 a yd. (Value $1.7 S.) Parlor daintiness culminates In theoo oar peter soft and velvety and tinted as deli cately as a bank of flowers. Our "lions' Credit" enables yon to fur nish a borne at once and pay little at a time whenever convenient. CASH or CREDITS WWPERTHWAITWa To. 106 and 108 Wfest 14? SW NEAR. 6 AV. IRooMyn Stores: Rfllbusb AnewftrT8SL Beware of Imitatltis . ofe. VorcesteivIiireOj jom euKCAirt aaa Mm, war vow, BaoaBaoaaaoaaaoaoBOKoaoaBaaai CxcurJ0tti. MAUCH $ GLEN CHUNK. I 0N0K0. AND SWITCHBACK. SUNDAY, OCTOBKB S. LEHIGH VALLEY SYSTEM Ticket (or Switchback can be purohaaed en tbe train for r.0 centa extra. Train will leave Weet 28d t,at7i60A. tf., Oortlandt or Deebroaeee at. at SUB A. al.. Brooklyn Annex, fool of VulUn el., at For furiber particular applv at Lehigh Valler Tick onlDe and at gas tern Paaaengar Otnoa, W B'way. WEST POINT, NEWBURQH AND POUQHKEEPSIE. BAST) rAH.T EXCURSION (Kioept Bonder) xTI PALACE IBOK DAI LIHB BTEASotM "W YORK" and "ALBi5T" Bron Brooklrn, FnltOS St. (by Annex). at A. kt " Mew York, Peibroiee St. Flex..-.. .S:A0 - Sew York, Weet 13d It, Her ..... " Betumlng. due In Hew York IttSO J. M. mOxUTIMO and AWEBSOOK CONCKRTS. Tltf"'" Xxonrrioa nntU Oetober IS. TVRXP SEA FISHISO DAILY. AX roSTEB. eat XJ iron eteamer ANGLEH, far euo.; Slat at., X. R, tiSot Battery, 6:06; run winter and TaEXP BEA riBJUNO. Steamer FOSTER. Bundaye. XJ Tneedaye end Thnradar. from Seat a ad at, 7 lift jaaaeaarrTiio; fare Tie., with bait, BUxURO DAII.T. Orand anenee Tutaday. Fae X aenaer on eteemex AJOLKB caught eea baaa. aStoSSoBi end eee worglee all tbey wanted. I 3imufmrnt. . THE WOBLD IN WAX. ',$?' WAJ0 ROTHS. Bear the OypsrMuaio. elrftexl OlWEMATOOBAPH. HAIfLCIfl rbakIUTHaiidthtUrLak OFUaaVHOUSK. BT OLXDB FITC1L DIWET AL RKxTVESDOnBLB POxtFAST, f llstATOE, SrBUC8Qtn AJTD VAfDEVnjjt iethet-Tsd Mate. AaUyatii Bvealagaatt, and eth eve. SB. at, 60 eente. MANHATTAN s&& a b-wy. rxJKBta. iZPJ!zr- THE TUSTLE. agT DALY'S I JBBBSrffi-v JV IBTIKO FlACBIWMATBVxt. I HAT. Tl tub tuJrijTuMngr to-day I THK U OLD BN MOKStSxIOm. at a. CT1D aUTTKXS tO-DAY iXD SAT. OeL JSe. STAH HAVE YOU SEEM SMITH ? o&l columbus, .Har fe Y aja OAJUTBOn HAaJL.. "" HILHARMONIC mSL Ttatit Poblle rtehenreala and fileht Concert pW (Ftaool ilm: JOHAJfHA OADBnTlSopran), afiee, (KIHt MANH HrANl (Contralto). Mr. WILLY BfJBMSfitB (VloJlPiMr. EMIL SAUKB (Piano), SBctWALof HUBBCKIPTIONB from Oct. 10 to OeA iTBeleof eeateandboxeatokEW 8UBBCBIMM betlne Oct. JB. for PBOBPBCTOB apply at Moate Rtor Hotels orxmagBBlnTOf )ytM. garden iHi5577tf5.t- t.2i?arsn"T- CWABI.SS FBOHMAM. .... Mxue TO-MIOITT AT 7:Afl, MB. BKHABD CYRANO DE BERGERAC, BY KDMOKD BOIBTAin). FIRST XATINEK, MTIRI1AT, OCT. S. Beaia three week In ed vaaoe. BtMSlDlaBtT THEATRE. Broadway and eOthal CltlrinB Erenlna. S:l&. Matlnaea. 3:16. CHARLES. FBOHMArTT. . .,n, MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2:15. "Tee Liar" baa cauabt on here ee It did In Lon don. Herald. Mr. Charlea Frohman preeente MR. JOHN DREW la Henry Arthur Jonea'a Comedy, THE LIARS. Metlneee ToDay and Saturday . niAscBB CONTINUOUS ."ST" I AlaAwB 1'KRKIllHAM K P. M. d AT. HABRT VTOODBtrr end I-RINCS LLOYD, PATRICKS CO., OEO. FULLER OOLPXS, 81. A. h. UUIIXB, UAIUUUAN, many other, xoc., 60c. PRllRTOR' Continuous Performance. 'I? I IIUUIUII O no.,BOo. 18SOtolO:4P.M. BOBSOW MUKinS, FUSNY UTTLE FOLKS. Brln; tbe Children to Bee Than Cute Ocea. FBBB8 KLDBIIXiE. hl'HROIlE RROH , WAltOBAPH. OOULBON BIBTKRS, ELDER, many other. ,. AVE. T1IKAT HF.. B'WAY ASD 2BTH ST. Rlin Kv'(fa. 8 16: Mat . t.. 2;30. V HI POSITIVELY LAST 'WEEB CHARLES C06HLAN THE ROYAL BOX. COMMENCING NEXT MONDAY KVKNINO, Joseph Jefferson ;,;,;, In the RIVALS. Beeta now on eale Mr. Ward. fiap'PTP'R THEATRE, S5th et,, near B'way. U-AXVXVAOIx. r.Tenlnx. ,;16. Matinee Saturday. QaUBMSJ FBOHMAN Manage OTU PS.RF., OCT. 19, BOrVF.NlRS. gOYT'8 A DAY APPIEST AND HIT A NIGHT CHICKERING HALL. o?Lnd,,0'th.a".,.T?o: TTedneaaay and Friday erne., Oct. 1 J and 14, at I. Major J. a Pond announce tare 1BC CRFY kona-lectnre retutala by SSHlt nntl the forenioet exponent of Boottlah eons, aaaiited by her mother, ANNIE oor:i,VIE OBEY. For deeertptlve procram addnaa J. B. POND ,118 eth eve. Txtt 60c., 76o. and 81. For eel, at the Hall. METROPOLITAN OPEBA HOCSE. Grand Opera Season 1898-99, Vndir the direction of MU. M 4rRICKRAt Beculu leuon will berln Mondsy. Not. 28, And continue 17 weeks 61 ulcnta snd 17 matinees). Hflw subscrlbrm haTs been allotted seats and will vlease call at tbe box. office to approve tbe selecUon prior to Oct. e. AMERICAN S Nge CBOWDED AS THEATRES nVpaAfi ARE SELDOM CROWDED IN PfeTCMf:a NEW YdRK .' lnbun. ,U M I ILIlUk EVOB. 8jlo 250. TO 81. NOTHINO HIGHER. Mat. To-day, 2:irv 1.100 Re d Beat.. 25o. ORAND OPKRA SEASON, airia OCT. 10. IN NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. AIUA ESGLI8H. Ureal n BQOaRE THEATRE. s:.lh at. and B'way. naie88a8J Kvenlnga 8:1R. MeU. Today & Bat. 2:15. " A BLTJCH OF HITS." Herald A merry rollicking ferce. world An entertainment of genuine mirth. Journal Hand. omrly ataced, coatumee elaborate. Time. A rollicking play. Bun Hurled It humor at the epectator. HOTEL TOPSY TURVY. LCnnn MADISON square garden. OFEN 10:80 A. M. to 10:80 P. M. a w war Souvenir Hpoun to Kvery eea a a aa a a a LdJr Buylns a Ticket. CUnW CookingLectures2:30 OnUTT P. NT Every Day. gg CENTS. lotne MY or mtsu . a'S; twi a lath t. and Imng plaoe. E. Q. Gllniore and Eugene Tompkina. Pror". at Mgrs. CHCEBDNO MlXTITUDEd GREET "SPORTING LIFE." FBICEt! I Management Jacob Lltt. ISO. 50c. 10 HORSKS. 200 PEOPLE. 750. 81.00 Mat. Tolay and Sat. 2. Eve. 8 : 1 . MADISON SQUARE7e?hE.tTnB way. LAST 2 WEEKS TS 'KW YORK. Charlea Frohinsn rreeenta STRAND COMEDY COMPANY, Sreiind Boco,m0.aon7' A BRACE OF PARTRI06ES. 8:30. Matinee Saturday. LYCEUM -fSOTliEfflL I AN'THON V HOFX'8 J bnlliant romance, THE ADVENTURE OF LADY URSULA. 8:80. MATUtEEg THUR3DAY AMD jgg X WALLACK'S. m'b'a't6- THE " Both atar and opera eoored Al a euccea.." Th Herald. 'rllri8!.1 FORTUNE TELLER. MATDTEEB WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. VIOLA ALLEN In " THE CHRISTIAN." .BEATB OS BALE TO MORBOW. A1MUA1 LAST Laat Mat. NEXT BAT. CASINOI 4s Yankee Do.-le Dandy Engagement Extraordinary; Begln'g Kit. Mon. Erg. ROYAL llfio people. Orch. 40 pee. Beau Beady. ITAXXAK NEXT WEEK-La Boheme. Cavallerla Opera Ca, ) aa and I V CTU0 Cintlnuous Performance. I I I tj 2Bc, r.Oo. Noon to 1 1 P. M. THE OBEAT HLNQABIAN BUYS' BAND. BOBEBT FIBOHEB OO. in " Naval (VjmpLcetton." CHAB. B. AL H. WILSON. BIoffltAPH. to. Broadway Theatre. E g;8- FRANCIS WILSON and Company MURRAY ?Sa. PJAErEVERY DAY. Entire Huuae. Matinee 25c, Evga. 25c. k BOo. H.V. Donnelly THIS A new rerelon of EAST LTNNE, Btoch Co. enUUod THE YOIKO WIFE. KOSTER A BIAL'S.ADS&'aaa, 3d Bis; Week IN GO I HAM ?5551?S VACDFA'ILLE BTAB3. GRAND SESPA m. mat. .. HOIJSBi andsthav. TODAY. AUpUSTUB FITOU Leaaee and M.neer IROS.lYBWEj," Going io the Racet." SSSV SAM T. JACK'S Theatre, -. J B'warand 2th at. fl a 5J3JI12W8 EVEBY DAY. 2 AND 8. af! NOVKLTYB CBOWNLNd DIADEM. yayfeSP Jennie leaniana. Vivid Picture. BIJOU. I TjtroHTEB INCESSANT. Eega820 Mate. SAM BERNARD. To-day and Bat. ITHE MARQl'IB OF MICUIOAN. Including ALICE and a Oreat Co. 11 NOON TO 11 P. M. BEATS 20 AND 80 CENTS. MRH. BRCNOS BCKilLAR. ULLLAN OREENANI) WILLIAM FRIEND. AMERICAN INSTITUTE 67th Annual Exhibition. CADEMY OF DEfilON. 8d at. and eth av. Oraud Exhibition of Prize Fbotographe. (irand Dhwlay of Fruita and Flower. Muaki jaftmoon and Evening. WEtElt A FIELDS' IfTK0 TBYk&BBT The Same Old TTuroarlon Hncoeaa. tZJZ'&K'.." hurly burly. Ilrssltlytt &mutmtvtt. 8,. MdlwTXulirjiii MATINEE TO-DAY BATtaDAT intMJBTAEABLB HDCC'EBB A WONDEBFUL HIT. John FnlHt Buuaa'a Oharmlng upera, the BRIDE ELtTCT. bpecial next week-special w. h. CRANE m adxnlraUecoiuvany In the delightful oomedy by Almmik COURTSHIP. COLUMBIA. tSREK- L hi big oonalo open hit. i Broadway and I 2th Straat. Ladies' Tailoring. Our custom tailors are " now " In position to execute the best work at the lowest possible prices consistent with the high est standard of quality. Our novelties in Fall fabrics im ported for this department and models are also ready for In spection. Speoial Custom tailored suits to meas ure, made of all the new Fall materials, " tilk lined throughout," retail value $Cft $75.00 " Our ' unequalled faeilitiee" make this extraordinary value possible. IFantfa iFsUrT0FrB7N 7l4 BROAD BT. ADVERTISERS MAY I.RAVH THEIR ORDERS AT TUI8ADDREM, WHERE THE SAME CARE AND ATTENTION WILL BK SHOWN AS AT MAIN OFFICE , TTMBBELLA8. Operator wanted; ateady work. U ARNOLD, BCHIFF A 00., 2r.8Jurch 1 YirANTED-A youngTady for general offlc workT li Addree Poet Office box 818 Hoboxen. jjswrstU jitrvnats Wantti. It romr SrrrMni ed inatnotlen la tag Art t Cooktitg, Call her at tan tlon to thl opportnily. Th la coupon entitles a w.U-reoommended aar--vent to one tree leaaon at MRS. L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL, ft nth av.. where all hranche of cooking an taught by Mia. Q. Lemek. NEW YORK FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, 80 W.et 30th it COXDfCTED BT THE STATE OF HEW YOBS. FBEE TO EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYEES. Servant are In waiting from A. M. until 3 P. M. References lnveltlgated. SI Bartholomew's &"tegfiSit& "!&" Employment ggmffioapoawo-aol Rufoiii 211 East 43d at., )Kew Blireail. iTel. 81h at. York. ALL kind of female kelp anpplledi beat refer erence; alao colored. lnUmational Employ- mnt Agenoy, ISA 8th ar irtOMPETENT Swedlah lady maid; wage. (30 to vy 83&; muil hav fljat-daea refnrencee. Mr h BKKLT- SS " TSOOK for email family living in Rye; wagea 830, Vv (36; raferencee required. Mr. L. BEELT, 883 8th av. FIRST-CLASS waitress, wage 830; competent laundreee 833; alao cook, wagea (85 to (40; nut have beat reference; for Cedarhurst L. L Mr. L. BEELT. 863 8th av. PEBTCLA6S leondreeeforfamlly Uringln Maaaa chuaetta; good wagea; references required. Mra. L.BEELY,8B3 8thv. RST:LASS lanndreaa for family living one hour from New York; wagea, (36; referonce. Mr. L. BEELY. 863 8th av. RENCH MAID forWaahlnrton. (30; maid for oitr, (26; alao cook. (25. BT. BARTHOLOMEW'S EM PLOYMENT BUREAU, 211 Eat 3d at. SWED18Hcook7(0 to (80: waltreaaea, 20 lann dreasea. 20 kitohenmald, house worker., cham bennaida, 30 cooks who waah and iron, laundreaaee who do ehamberwork. French, Oerman and Bnglih ladie' malda; French and Oerman nnrsery govem eaaea nuraea, butlera, second men and chefs. Mr. L. BEELT, 88 West 23d at.; ervanU' entrance, 881 8th av. WAITRESS for family la Patenon, N. .; wagea (20; nference required. Mra. L. BEELY. 8S2 8th av. WANTED Nursemaid for young children; Pro eatant; 30 to 80 years old; references. 1820 Prospect av., Bronx. AITBESS-Muat be flrat elaajjwage (M: refer ence required. Mr. L. BEELY. 883 (th av. (fmplojuntut 3urrau. MME. JACQON, 803 8th av near nsih at Frenoh Employment Bureau; recommended male and female eerranta. all natloualitlee, capacities procured ; cooks, waltreases, laundreaee. kit-heniiiaida, houae workera, butlera, second men wanted daily. Wantti SUIen Sttfttsttir, r. BOOKBINDERS Wanted, man who can feed and underatanda Dexter drop roller folder; alao experienced sheet and plate cutter. BBAUNWOBTH, MUNN BABBKR, 18 Naasau t, Brooklyn. TJOOE. Eds gilder wanud; alao caaeroaker. X H. WOLFF. Cherry t "iPvBIVEB An active, aober man. In retail bualneaa, a-r one who can fumlah firat-claaa references, not afraid of work; steady plaoe offered; good returaai chance for advancement STEADY, box 48 Bun Marlem branch. APEB BOXES. An experienced cutter on (coring machine. LOLI8 BAUEB,848 Weet 8th t TTMBBELLAS. Firat-claaa finisher and mounter. U OIBSON. 88 Bethun t Htsntrfl U Wiscrllsntou. ANY kind of mala help supplied; free to employ er. International Employmrat Agency, 1M 8 th AT. jgM gtln eftmslts. A Visiting Governess wishes pupils for English, French, muslo and Oer man. M7H-, 3 West 14th at. room 12. ptOOK. Willing to take place In city or country; V-' wagea (30; beat reference. B. P., box 000 Bun uptown office. 1385 Broadway. CHAMBERMAID. Wagea 82(1: thoroughly compe tent: beet references. M. McO., box 5Uo Sun up town office, 1206 Broadway. eioK and laundreee: neat, willing and obliging; beat reference. M K., box 688 Sun uptown office, 12e6Broadway COMPETENT laundreee; willing and obliging; beat VJ references. M. 11.. box 686 Bun uptown office, 126 Broadway. iHRST-CLASB waitre; can carve, aerve wine, make eal.d dreaalng, ao.i beat nference. A. B., box 687 Bun uptown office, 1386 Broadway. GOOD plain family cook: bread maker; ttnder tand aeupa, meat, deru. 4c; beet refer ence. 8. L., box 6(4 Bun uptown office, 126 Broadway. LAUNDRESS, willing to aaalat with ehamberwork in an. all privet family; beat reference. l. B box 687 Bun uptown office, 1186 Broadway. AUNDREBs and chambermaid; wages (20) beat reference. T. H box 6(tf Sua uptown office, 1285 Broadway, VTURBE Underatanda entire charge of infant! Is excellent refereuce. M. XV, box 648 Bum up town offioe, 1363 Broad way, ROTrTANTwaltra; flrat el; six year' ref- ereuce.. N. B.. box 67l Bun uptown offloe, 1366 Broadway. ECOND oookl thoroughly competent; would Ilk place under chef. M.&. box &a Bun uptown office, 1385 Broadway; THOROUGHLY competent chambermaid; good ecaisatreaa: beat refereuce.. M. W., box 6W0 Bun uptown office, 1286 Broadway. THOROUOHLY ooinpeUnt oook: two yean ua laat pUua, best raferencee. M. U., box (66 Bun up town office, 1285 Broadway. WAITRESS. WUUag to eeeist with other work; heat referancee. K. A., box 6iu Bun uptown - office. 1248 Broadway. A MAN of intelligence and experience would like position to look after trade, solicit new bualueee and attend to colleottonsthorotighly reliable, good reference a to character fcc. Adores WILLI NO, box 118 Bun offlc. ACCOUNTANT, bookkeeper, cashier, offioe man, or manager, wishes position, permanent or Urn porary; either to take foil charge or aaalat; the beet of reference BECIttTAKY, 886 Weat lath at AYOl'NO JAPANESE man wishes a situation aa butler; can furnish flrat-olaaa reference; wage (60. Addreaa T. I., car Japanese Mlaaion. 84 Proe pect et. Bro--klyn. fXIMPETKNT proofreader wouTdTlike iiruaUon on v weekly newapaper; thorough printer; reliable; able to take charge, and would work for moderate wag. BEAPEB. box 136 Bun offlc. PEOOFREADBB waste poeluon. wall op in medi cal and Hohaljal tenna; ready at asw. Fl'aUI. jaawsstsaasaavglOwaASasa. WANAHAKER'S WANAMAKER'S The Wanamaker Literature Club THE famous literature of the whole .world arranged in the order in which you ought to read it. Just that is the In ternational Library of Famous Literature. If Donald G. Mitchell should offer to write you a general introduc tion to the world's literature, and Andrew Lang, Nathan Haskell Dole, Forrest Morgan and Caroline Ticknor, joining, should offer to make you a list of the 1,000 best books to read, would you say No ? Suppose you were too busy to read all these books and they should . propose to mark the best parts of each, so that you B could get the kernel of each book in a half hour's B reading, then to arrange them in the order jgjj to be read, and to translate a good many aB m2wu&W A member may resign within 10 days and have his money back. Specimen pages and full information mailed free. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts. H pUiVllSpmEfuRNTTURE TAPESTRIES with quaint Flemish scenes for trail decora tions. Cool fresh pieces in aharmony of Boffe frrayB as subtle and select as the coloring of an old Flemish painting. One piece Is of pure naturalism having holiday lite among peasantry as a theme children romping, youth and maidens dan dog. Another is an essay in romanticism, with castles, lakes and figures appearing in the panels. They are particularly effective for dining room or library but nothing can surpass other fine Aubussona for Drawing-rooms. BUY.OP.Ttie MAKxVR' Geo. C.FfciNT Co. aM.45 AMD 47.WEST 23?ST. NEAR BROADWAY. rCTDiffr; 154 AMP 156 WEST l9?STHEn- jJeafl.nB "3otrl and "Srctaursnts. This list appears everj Sunday, alondaj L Wedneaday WHERE TO OINE. Fnr information. fin-nUm. ., of any IttUurant or Hotel below, rail orsvddrees (tend stamp) HOTEL TARIFF BUREAU, S3 Fifth Ave., Maw York. Ale. rnaana A la Carte: Tdli. means Table d'Hote dinner. DelmoDico'a eth avenue, corner 44th si. Alo. Bestaurant Martin Ale. Tdh., $1.25 t'nlverattT place and 9th St. I.eonriouret.:.thv. k 18th. Ale, Tdh., $1.25 (Muslo) Oaxxo 40th at. and B'war. Tdh., ft (Orcheatra) Marello'a. tW.lKUiit. Tdh. (Muaicl. Ludiow' German Ileataurant 110 Eaat 14th at, Hie Mmrlboroush B'way anil 37th at. Ale Tdh. Breakfast, 50c.; lunch, bOc; dinner. (1.00. Terrace Garden , I ' BBthat, near lex. av. Alc.Nrfianrr.nk0'.Orchrtra H otel Ilunjarla. 4 CnlonSq.,Tdh.7ao. : wl thwine 1. Acaaaia lis University pL Ale, Tdh.. BOc. An Chat N'oir 1 661 W. B'way. 60o. Tdh., with win. An Chat N'oir I UptownBranch32W.28t.HUkBet. An Chat sir (After Theatre Sapper. Aa Chat Kolr J Alr.Tdli.Lunch&Oe.diu'rT.-.cfafualc) Jarquln 67 Weat 26th st. Ale, Tdh.. 60c HOTEL EMPIRE; BOULEVAKD Si 63D ST., K1W YORK. A Modern Fireproof Family Hotel of the flrat claw, conducted on the American and Kuropean plana, for the accommodation of those who want tbe best at reasonable cost. Eanlv and QiwrAIy oooeenofe by eUctrxc, cable, anal titrated serf rest mil parts of (As ett. W. JOUNHON guINNLProrleor. TUB OHEIjSBA, 8S WEST BSD ST. A Mlect and refined Family Hotel. Elennt aultea of room with privte halls, new modern con Tanlence. either furnished or unfurnished, may be rented by the veer. A BKAl'TIVt'L HOME AT MODERATE RATK8 ! 1 FsuUlr reekinR a central and quiet location euould visit the Chelsea before d cldina where to live. nvat and public reeuuranta on offlc floor. Addreaa. THE OHKUiEA, E. S. wil JJON. Manaawr. fttttHoa Botir. BICBAKD V. HARNETT k 00., Auctioneer, will sell at aucuou, TUESDAY, OCT. 11. laoa. st 12:30 . M.. at the New York Real Estate Bales room, 111 Broadway. Mew York city, for account of whom It may concern: 68,600 Seneca light and Power Co. of Seneca Kails. N. Y.) let Mortcac 6 per cent. Sinking Fund Oold Bunds hypothecated). One Bond of t&oo ha Sept. 1, label, and aub.euuent ooupona attached: 10 Bonds of (i each have March 1, mm. and ttb quent compona attached. FOKECLttBTHR OK I.KABK HAI.E. CHAB. J. DARLING. Auctioneer, Will sell this dsy at 201 Wsst 41st st, 10 A. M., a small lot of furniture, larpets, Ac, in one lot, by order of leesee. Ctlirgr nijt1k9ul$ Sehuola fur Lamuagti. Trench, flpDi.s.( Oerman, Italian, Ac. Beet Initnictfon; reeeoueble for, clsvaeea or pnvate- lr, Uaj vr f Teiiing. trtel lraaon free Bfiid forrirrulsxr. THE BaCBUTZ SCHOOL OK LASGUAORt). lUdlaoo Square, N. Y. 7ft Court at., Brooklyn. Bnvnchea In other Amrrieavn aud European eitiee. Muiiiclalr Iuntliute of i'or-tgn I.anguaaea. 818 Orangr road. New Jeraey. BerJ auJ day achol ara. At leaai .urn Portugueae and Bpaxiiab aod do Dtvelneaa from Worth to Boutl. Pole. HcbooU of Phyatcal Culture. RERIfELEY for women GYMNASIUM' .CaW?, Sjffi. OpenaOc-t.B, OfBce hour. 1 1 1B:3Q -M:au 4. MUcellaneou. CLASSES WAMTKD in th. city by su eiperi saced toanhar of French, either Id school or faui- gollrgf Jind jlfnools. For Tonni Men as Women City at Country. REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS. NEW YORK PREPARATORY SCHOOL, 15 West 4Sd at,, near Cth IT. w York, end JOO Joralemon at., noar Conrt st. Brooklyn. Fall Term begina MOXPAY, OCTOBEJi 8, 189ft. Bay or erening acnaiona. The fee in any ronrse yro vldea for Inatructlon until the student hat urreee fullj passed the examination. Annual Catalogue on application to the Begistrar. sww4newin.i..i W. W. SMITH, B. A., Principals: j K CAMWSB, LI..B. President Board of Directors: ASA O. GALLUP, B. A., formerly of Begents' office, Albany, TjSRGB tjGe D CGGeT Mormnaaide llelthts, lailliM., 'i-rt. all Grades prf.paratory to B.nnr. BIBINEHB ASD COLLFX1E. I'ER orace ttpioate admits totoh'mbia. run BARNARnANDOTnKnrol.LKOEB. lYVCinn TEES: KINDKROAKTEN. $40 PER S ' , , YEAR; PRIMARY, flio: GRAM ehOOl. MAR. $160. HKiH PCHlK)Is$200. SO EXTRAS. ESTItANCE KXAM 1NATI0XSSEPT. it. FALL TERM OPEN'S SEPT. 26. VIKOII. PKKTTYaeAy. Principal. Friends' Seminary, 10th St., cor. Rutherford Place, New fork. Friends' School, 103-114 Srhermerhorn Street, Brooklyn. Open Hept. 20. im. Non-aectarlan schools for boys and airla of all age. Graduate are prepared for all colTeaee. PESXISOTON Cil. J.) SEMINARY Convenient to New York. PhUad'a. Bait, ami Waah'n. Both sexes. 00th year. Healthful. Beautiful. 16 teach ers, 12 courses. $250 a year. For beautifully illus trated cstalorue, address THOMAS O'HANLON, D. D., Prealdent. For Girl Young Women City A Country. HNDERGARTEN rSSST (Free Scholarahaps limited). Z. A. CCTTEN. Supt, Metropolitan Temple, 7th y. and 14th at. lor iluja and Young Men City and Country. EVENING CLASSES, Bookkeeping, shorthand, Oerman, French, Span ish, English, architectural, mechanical, freehand drawing, industrial design, algebra, geometry, eleo tneity, phynics, civics, physiology, first aid. elocu tion, literature. Vail term begiua Oct. 3. Register now to secure seats. Call or aend for catalogue. 3d STREET BRANCH Y. M.C. A. THE EVENING INSTITUTE of the Young Men's Christian Association CENTKAI, BHAICCH, SOS II I.TON ST., HllOOKI.Y.V. Thorouxh Instruction in Twenty Different Rnhieot. COMMERCIAL. TEC'BNICAI,, KL'IJtSTITlC, LANOUAOEH. Ml'HIC. Diploma accepted by over aixty Universities. Colleges snd Schools. Membership Pen Includes Association Privilege. Dates of Rerlatry Sept. IB to Oct. 8. TERM BEGINS MONDAY, OCTOI1KB 10. Call or writ for Prospectus to W. H. COrOHIXNT. Kdiicntional Director. D WIGHT SCHOOL HU BOYS, IS Weat 43d St., Near Sth A. Nineteenth year beaina Sept 28. Ittas. Tor annual catalogue address Principal AKTHCB WILLIAMS (Yalel. OTlTRNATIiDNALriNSTITUTION For Kdncatlonal Travel In Europe. The ad van usee offered by thla novellN'dTlTUTIOS are unequalled: circulars, Ac. H. N. HaN'NAY, repre.cuuUv. for UNITED STATU. Knickerbocker building. Bthav. and14th eL. New York city. Berkeley School, 20 West 44th St. Autumn half begina Monday. Sept. 36. The headmaster will be at the school daily to meet parents after Sept. 1. THE BARNARD SCHOOL, 117 and 119 W. Hoth St. Thirteenth year begina Sept. 32. Catalogue. WH. L. UAZKN. A. B , 1.1. 11 . Hod ll..ater. GERLACH AOADBMX, OOIXEOI POINT, Long Island Military Hoarding School for boya. Oymnaatics and drill eery day. xfADIwOM SCHOOL, 671 MADISON AV., P,-' p.r.s 0 i. :i Individusl .work ltu each pupil. tnrk.iiop and labcr.tori practice. O , r 4"graduate in the tollcgra. (1. VON TAi'i.K. Principal. SAt HID HKA11T A AltKHY.-8elaetO.4ha. lie Hoarding School; e'lvsnairea uu -urpaasedi new t'UiMinge; new oval: ra tea resaonable reopened Sept. T. atrothar AUGUST. Weat cheater, N. Y. THB BROOKLYN LATIN SCHOOL jrr INDIVIDUALISM lu Kill t'A I ION. QOAA xTiPrirrpTTTTt; nniiallyi young boy x O-VTV clna1' 'v si ' iiti.n looxtloni exception ally healthf casilu m r. nal snpafvlalon. UEilxolhAL, l.U.V, Ihl.ANIi. laSTlTUTaV Bualnee Celiac a. Shorthand and Typewriting School. laoo Broadway, 3d Door Below 84th St. Thorough training in all branches Commercial. Medical, Law and Reporting. Dar and Evening. Pupils admitted at any Urn. F. L. M ANBLKY. STENOOBAPH Y aad typewriting. Brooklyn Oolleara, 14V Broadway, brooklrn; perannal Inatructlon; gay and Tenlag claaaee; terms reasonable Mualcal. AT 113 EAST 18TH ST Th ONLY A N. Y. CONSERVATORY. 112 East 18th St. The FAMOl'b MlhlC SCUOOL Now open MISS CAROLINE MABKN, Teacher of Piano and Harmony. Diploma from Ellndworth Scharwanka Conservatory, sterllo. Vir all Olavaer a,j"atf, , , .. . The Costume Show Pointing the Moral THIS is not, and cannot be, a money-making enterprise. In the purest sense, this is an Exposition for the interest and instruction of oir public, especially for that part of it to which new ideas in dress are of personal or professional value. Yet there is in this effort a moral distinctly commercial, mercantile tupremaey. No store has ever accomplished such a feat, no other store than Wanamaker's could do so to-day. It is not wholly a matter of capital. It requires a masterful position In the markets. It requires, in addition, a direct, intimate, personal touch with producers that is the very essence of two important things, choice in selection and rigid exclusivencss. What we achieve in rare and costly gowns, we can and do achieve in matters nearer the every-day demand. The showing in Foreign Costumes is simply a swift and striking method of indicating power, a power shown as much in the quality of our five-dollar jackets as in this extraordinary col lection of dressmaking masterpieces. cAm. ci Richly brocaded taf feome &ilk feta silks and oacritices of unsurpassed qual ity, and the sorts now most in de mand, are offered this morning at new prices. And the only excuse for the radical change in figures marked on them is an atonement for incom plete assortments. All deep blacks. At $1.25 yd. Fancy black Taffetai; neat patterns of splints, dots, hair-lines, etc ; now $1. At $1.25 yd. Fancy black brocaded Orox grains ; zig-zag figures ; now $1. At $1.50 yd. Fancy black Taffetas j irretjn ular dots and barre sticks; now $1.15. At $2 yd. Richly embroidered black Taf fetas, in diamond dots, nuggets of satin, flowers, bads, rustic checks and barre blocks ; now $1.40. Botunda. a ai ol The shoe store an- A New Shoe nounces an for Women momjng that, is to become as generally popular as it is presently welcome. Surely, if good looks, good behavior and a low price can gain popularity, this new shoe for women will turn acquaintances into friends very fast. It's a Fall and Winter shoe, of course ; made of a firm but soft kid skin, with a welted and stitched sole, in two weights, one for indoor, one for outdoor service. Patent leather or kidskin tips. Three Dollars a Pair. All the new shapes are represented in the line. Tourth avenue and Xlnth atrees. Seasonable Underwear for god Men and Women underclothing for right-away wear. Also some of the heavier kinds for by-and-by. There's a word or two following in regard to quality-for-price. You'll be interested. Doubtless be more so if you'll come in and examine the goods. MEN'S SUITS At $1 Suit Medium weight, white cotton; silk finished and trimmed ; pearl buttons. At $1.50 Suit Of fine merino, in white and natural color; silk stitched, trimmed and finished throughout; medium weight; drawers have rexmf orced seats. At $5 Suit English Llama wool, natural color; full fashioned; drawers hare spliced seats and fronts; teats also re-enforced j short or long inseam in drawers. WOMEN'S SUITS At $1 a Suit Medium weight plain whita cotton ; silk trimmed ; long or short sleeves in rests. At $2 a Suit White or natural color merino; weight suitable for present wear; vests in long or short sleeve lengths. At $3 a Suit Light weight natural color merino; Stuttgart, Germany, goods; well made and finished. Women's Equestrienne Tights Of black plated worsted, in knee and ankle lengths; closed and open ; $1. Broadway. lsrCC Aa eXPeit Wh haS ureas gjygjj his je t0 such Trimmings t has just come back from his European hunt ing trip after the best and prettiest things in Trimmings. We show you to-day what he found there, together with what his able assistants have searched out on this side of the water. " It's the trimmings that make the dress." You want snap and originality and novelty and beauty in these details. You will find them all here. More new things than we can name, in black and colors, in silk and lace, in beads and spangles, in nets and galons, in braids and passementerie. Worth looking over, just to find out what's new. Soachtel If the offerin8 pacniei artweek was Scarfs and n unusuany good Shams one t was a big stock and lasted only two days this new lot is even better. Goods here directly from Switzerland, the product of one of the best makers. Open work scarfs, 18x54 in., and shams to match, 32 in. square, at only 38c. each. Broadway. Table Linens s is a liculaf Napkins and l.nc" ? Tnwa Ucular m lts Mlec I WWCI8 t;ons whcn mak;.1, enormous purchases; particular to have purchasers eminently pleased ij both quality and prices. Fine linens from the noted mak ers over-the-sea, in abundance, and a splendid assortment, too, of America's best. Depend upon ex cellence in quality of linens bought here, and be assured, too, that prices are lowest. TABLE LINEN At 50c. yd. Splendid quality bleached Iriih damask; 68 in. wide. At 75c. yd. Snow-white bleached damulc very durable ; 2 yds. wide. At $1 yd. Handsome bleached double da mask ; choice patterns ; 70 in. ; napkins to match, 20 in., $2.50; 24 in., $3.50 dot. At $1.35 yd. Fine and heavy Scotch double damask; 72 in. wide; 22-in. napkins to match ; $3.25 dox. At $1.75 yd. Beautiful bleached Flemish damask, Very pretty and exclusive patterns 72 in. wide; matching napkins, 22 in., $4; 26 in., $5.50 dos. NAPKINS At $1.25 dor. Grass bleached napkins; 20 in. square ; various designs. At $1.75 dor. Excellent quality bleached napkins, of best yarns ; 22 in. square. At $2.25 dox. Large bleached damask nap kins ; variety of pretty patterns. At $2.75 doz. Heavy bleached Irish nap kins ; 23 in. square. At $3.25 doz. Extra large German linen dinner napkins; 26 in. square. HUCK TOWELS At 12c Bleached Scotch and Irish ; both fringed and hemmed ends. At 15c. Good quality, bleached; hemmed ends; 18x35 in. At 18c Heavy bleached huckaback; fringed and hemmed ; 19x39 in. At 25c All white, also colored borders; hemmed ; 22x40 in. At 30c. Fine full bleached Irish huck; fringed ends ; 24x45 in. Fourth avenue. rafc owes " beginning Carpets and and ,. end Mattings Carpet season just at its inception, matting season about over. Speaking of the last first, here is the expected news of reductions in prices: JAPANESE MATTINGS Bona. Small figured patterns, in green, blue and tan; reduced from $16 to $12 r roll of 40 yards. An elaborate design in leaf figures; reduced from $18 to $15 per roll of 40 yds. Sithi. Variety of colorings; from $12 to $9 per roll of 40 yards. Ours. Plain ground, with attaqhed Japanese figures thereon; two lots; one $15 per roll of 40 yds.; was $22; the other, $12 per roll of 40 yds. ; was $18. CHINA MATTINGS Palace. Our heaviest and finest matting small neat figures: 190 rolls reduced from $20 to $16 per roll of 40 yards. Loan. 150 rolls; an extra heavy matting in small figures, reduced from $14 to $10 pet roll of 40 yards. Whang. 145 rolls; a good medium matting in all colors and styles; reduced from $10 to $7 per roll of 40 yards. In Wilton carpets there is a show ing here that you simply cannot af ford to ignore if you are carpet hunting. You will find satisfaction on two very important points, pat tern and price. A great variety insures the first, a great purchasing clinches the second. $1.75to $2.75. Third floor. Bt e mi We've had Fine Fancy Plates ,. on , Wonderfully before, but Low-Priced there's an immense quantity of them that we prefer to sell to Our Public alone. Judge of the value-giving in this of fering by the fact that dealers them selves come in and buy at our retail figures. A lot of plates at $1 and $1.50 each; excellent ware, beauti fully decorated, and would be only moderately priced at $2.50 and $3 each. 150 dozen fine French China plates bread-and-butter, fruit, cake, and ice-cream sizes) in decorations of flowers and gold, get first show ing to-day at 25c. each. They're sold regularly at 50c. Baaaxmaai. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts., NY. WmvU&U gutchtt. W'ASTKD Ofnuln antiqn tapcatrt; gl'aatia. it di-nptien and uric, addreaa It . box 17S Bun ofllcw. THB "StW Harlem Branch U WaWrr iwTM nuunr. laMWat. IF von want a natant quick, call or writ U LAWIKB, roast Sx, 66 Libartr at., at. T. pSaisSiaiaitviiva-iw fcu0.i.nl 1 T i