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Extending the Time INTEREST and attendance at the Costume Show, maugre the weather, have been great and in creasing. So great have they been and so rapidly have they increased, that the obvious desirability of extending the time beyond the date first set for its closing amounts to a public demand. We therefore announce that two days more will be given, to-day and to-morrow. No extension can be made beyond Friday evening. A Handkerchief aJJeatiS Incident Women's Handkerchiefs that have reached us this week, tread on the heels of some stocks of similar character, already here. The new always crowds out the old, and the latter must give room quickly in this case. You will find them on a prominent table on the main aisle this morning, and you will wonder that we could call them " old. " They are not, ex cept as judged by arrivals of yester day. Fresh and clean and pure linen. At these reductions, they'll not stay long. 25c. handkerchiefs now 15c 50c. handkerchief! now 25c 75c. handkerchief! now 50c $1 handkerchief! now 75c Broadway, u , Specialties, good Hosiery for WJ gooPd7es, the Family iong servfce, low price. The man who bought these has been studying these features for half a lifetime. Here's the result, but you can't fully appreciate it until you have ac tually tried to wear the stockings out. MEN'S HALF HOSE At 12c Of cotton; fast black, light bine, natural color and assorted shades of tan; neat and durable. At 38c. Of fine cashmere In medium and heavy weights ; black and natural color. WOMEN'S STOCKINGS At 3 pairs for 50c Seasonable weight cot ton ; fast black with double soles and high spliced heels ; full in length and width and very elastic ; a 25c value. At $1 Of pure silk ; fast black ; double soles and high spliced heels ; the sort sold regu larly for $1.50 a pair. CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS At 12,'Sc Of fine ribbed black cotton; stain less; double knees and spliced heels and toes ; elastic and durable. Of ribbed cotton ; fashioned legs; fast dye; made in Saxony; size 6, 20c. ; b, 7, 7, 25c ; 8, i'A, 4, 9yi, 10, 30c. Broadway. . . . Piled high A Sale Of in the ware- Fine Huck Towels rooms of a noted manufacturer of Ireland was this enormous lot of fine, pure linen towels. Our linen chief came along and made a cash offer small, almost I absurdly so which was finally ac cepted. Reluctantly, perhaps, but the goods are here. Now for one of the best offerings we've ever made. A strong statement, but none too strong as you'll admit when you see these sturdy, generous-sized, grass-bleached towels. This is a rare opportunity for housekeepers general ly and hotel men. Various kinds in the offering, but only two prices : Tbe regular 40c kinds are 25c each; 23 x 46 in. The regular 50c kinds are 35c each; 24x 48 in. Fourth avenue. i i t. A handsome lot, Lamp Globes composed of sev- at $1 eral handsome small lots rolled into a big one. Fart are from a manufacturer who closed out a small stock to us, part are odds and ends of beauty from our own stock. Many of these are hand-painted, and a large proportion are the kinds that usually sell for $2 to $3. Take your choice at $1 Each. Vint Floor and Basement. Pocket-Books t' and Purses; Dutcof; Men's and Women's concerns chiefly two lots of small-priced kinds. At a quarter apiece, there's a lot of pocket-books in all the new shades, combination and clasp books, and purses excellent value at 25c. each. A fine pocket-book in crushed levant, green, brown, gray, tan, red and black, is only 45c. Many at higher prices, but none that are really dear. road war. I JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts., N.Y. gianafortt, Organ, r. BABO.lSS.Upr1liss. f 8.00 mo 8180.00 Gordon, Urge alio 87.00 mo 100.00 Bsntslow Osrtass free this week UQimON'B, ll fifth av.. bst.o nJ 21. t eta. T A HUE seeorUnent, lightly uaed, 6 to'si.e: rant !; .iii.ll maiallinenta. Ouvrl.r Bros., 18 14th at, BARGAINS. -Kaw aprlgbt oUuos, $138; Bsbmer, Htslnwsr; saorlu.'es. WlNTFJtftOTH. 100 last 1-th at, and U 6th av. MASON HAMLIN CO. ar offering aura unusual bargain. In ulanoa whloh nars been rented out aaaaoa. They are in perfeot pndluon ami may be ranted wltb privilege ot pur amass or bought ou laatalliuenta. Wwrwruonia. 3 -ml B Wt llihKi.. . V. l ' FOPl'LAR PKASE MANUN. urn Wait Sd at., near 8th av. attract froin factory to purchaser at pricaa that defy onuHitlUon. eaay tenna. Bargaine in slightly uasa Isu, 1 60 up. Call or arud for eetslugus. ' The Literature J16 Voldff of 3200 Years woridbe lieved to be that which was put on papyrus by one Annana, an Egyp tian scribe, thirteen centuries before Christ. It is good reading to-day. Fancy, if you can, the immense field of literature in all languages, between this story and Rudyard Kipling's "Recessional." No one mind can master it, no one student can do much more than skim super ficially over that part of it which is in his own tongue. The only way of getting a good grasp of this colossal knowledge is to read a carefully prepared sum mary. It is this summary that is given in the INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF FAMOUS LITERA TURE, and even the summary re quires twenty large volumes. The features of the work that will strike you most forcibly and favorably are these : First, the work is arranged as nearly chronologically as possible. The time of the writings is impressed on you unconsciously but unerringly. Second, very generous selections are given, as often as possible whole stories, instead of a page or two, and always some scene or chap ter that is complete in itself. It is a work that is fascinatingly interesting for its own sake. The work is sold through the Wanamaker Literature Club on small monthly payments, and at half the publisher's price. Send for sample sheets and full information. Tho Book Store. Ninth .treat. Bric-a-brac Seven , " . . 1 . cases of beautt- and Cut Glass ful bric.a.brac have just arrived. There's more than their mere beauty, however, to interest you. Small, dainty pieces that were bought to good advantage. So they'll be sold. 25c. , 35c. , 75c. , $1 and $1.25 each about half their actual value. And Cut Glass the richest sort of American cut glass, which is the best, at prices fully a third less than the present market. Dishes at $3.50: value $5. Bowls at $5 ; value $7. 50. Nappies at $5; value $7.50. Celery Trays at $5 ; value $8. Sugar Bowls and Cream Jugs at $5 ; value $7.50 pair. Olive Dishes at $1.75, value $2, $2.50 and $3.25. Tumblers at $2.75 and up to $24 dor. Carafes at $2.75 and up to $6.50. Basement. ir..ais. Some sorts here Cutting that haven.t Cutlery Prices m0Ved fast enough to suit. Nothing wrong with them in fact, they're fine, de sirable goods. At these new prices they'll doubtless soon find active service in other hands. At $1.25 Stag handled beef carver and fork; silver-plated ferrules. At $3.75 Beef carving set, 3 piece; slag handles, silver-plated ferrules. At $2.50 dos. Dinner knives with celluloid handles and steel blades. At 85c Ten-inch beef carver, with ebony handle. Basement. 8ets of Books ?J"fJ? Decidedly Cheap ZXVg ly. They're actually worth a great deal more, but a receiver's sale put them into our possession, and they'll go into yours at only a slight advance on what we paid for them. Stand ard works, well printed and bound. Think of Macaulay's History of England in 5 vols., at 90c. a set I Other works priced thus : Buskin's Modem Painters. 6 vols. $2 Friends In Council. Arthur Helps. 4 vole. 86c. Ooethe'a Complete Work.. B Tola, tl.5 Bfscautar'a Eeaaye and Poems. 3 vol.. $1.85 J. If. Berrla'e Popular Stories. 8 vols. 60o. Bulwrr Lytton'a Complete Novels. IS vole. 82 Kdna (.yell's Work.. fl Tola. 1 1 Washington Irving'. Work., a vol.. 81.28 Oooan Coyla'a Popular Btorlet. A Tola. 76a, Greene History of English People. 4 Tola. II Lea Mtserables. Victor Hugo. 2 vol.. 76o. The Book Btora. Ninth street. giansfortcj, Organ, ftr. RELIABLE Connor pisnoa; guaranteed high grade; medium prlcee; easy tenna; leutlng, excuaug ing. repairing. 4 Best 43d. Ii-" II II 1 Wxtrtu and aruit-lru.. WEEKLY PAYMKNT8 Pine diamond., watches: no trash, foods guaranteed. WATCH SUPPLY CO., 8 aletdeu lane; room oil. SmuMmtut. TaR Broadway, near lath at. Q.l. i6o. IIMe HAVE VCHJ SKEN SMITH? Bal. tS, Meat Wesk-A High Born Lady. Orch, BOc. IatVIMO PLACE THKATKt, I MATS. Kad,0iSftiSo. I 4 eU A in ilsVf THiATsiE, Itth s. Madison av. SnvliIJ Trsmnaw J:48. Stat, at CHARLES ntOHMAN Msiiagsr TO-MH1HT AT 7.40, CYRANO DE BERGERAC, EDMOMD BOSTAWD. FIRST MATIMKK, SATURDAY, OCT. . Sssta three wsas In advenes. pi.EA.imK CONTINUOUS iff, "Si I rlLAVB PERFORMANCE P. M. M av. HAHRY. WOODRUFF and PRINCE IXOTI). PATRICK A CO.. OEO. Ft'LLBR OOLDBN. ttlg. A. L. OUIL1.E, BARRiaAN. many others. 6c, 60o, PRnnTflR'S Cantinois Pirftraaoce. " ROPROW MIDOKTB, PUNSY LITTIJi FOLKS. Bring the Children to Hee These Cute Ones. PREflB KLDRIDOE. RCIIRODF. BROS., WAROaAPB. COULBOMBI8TKB8, CLINT OK KLDKB. many others. BISDIDB THEATRE, Brasdwayand aothat! 111 f-InC Evenings, 8:16. MatTneea. J:16. CH ARLEB FROHMAN .Manager "The Uara" has caught on hora as it did in Lon don. Herald. Mr. Charles Frohman presents MR. JOHN DREW In Henry Arthur Jonea'a Comedy, THE LIAR8. MattneeaWedneaday and Saturday EH, AVE." THEATRE. BWAY AND 28TH BT. Sllll Ev'ga. 8:16: Met. Sat.. 2:80. WHI POSITIVELY I.A8T WEEK. CHARLES C06HLAN in THE ROYAL BOX. COMMENCING NEXT MONDAY KVKNINO, Jocph JrlTrrmm 8omptn, In the aaiTT-flLIelfll. JVierrert rt naln. Addrttiw Mr. Ward. APAnPIMY or mcric. " Mmmlv 14th t. and Irving plwe. E. O. Ullmor and Kug&o Tompklna, Propi. k Murv SPORTING! M- irr : . so, 75, l.oo. IhP MansBniiient Jacoli HIM, fc ; MsU.Wed.ABat.a,eve.8:18 &ARRICR THEATRE, 86th Vt, nsirBwsy. uauniun F.Tenings.8:16. Uatlnas Saturday. CHARLES FROHMAN . Manager SOTH 1-P.KI ., OCT. 10, BOITVENIRS. HOYT'8 I A DAY HAPPIEST AND HIT A NIGHT I HKRALO ' ft p5 Mat.". iTIIRikTIVE ICHAS. F.. EVANS Proprietor ii' 'I Large and lanrhlng andlrnrea. tlOTEL TOP8Y TORVY. Hsrsid A marry, rollicking farce. World An entertainment of gonutne mirth. Journal Handsomely staged; coatnmas elaborata. Times A rollicking play. Bun Hurled It. hiimor at the spectators. AMERICAN " l&sffivs?- f""-SSwrllM sth,r. Ijdyear. 'CROWDED AS THKATRKil n a sg.agv.su g A RE SELDOM CROWDED lNllgTllNi:l NEW YORK. " -Tribune. SH I ICImUC EVOS. 8:16 25o. TO 81. NOTHING HIGHER. Matn. Wed. A Bat., 2:161,100 Rss'd Beats. 25o. oraNI) OPERA SEASON, g. a a-a m OCT. 10. IN NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. AIPA ENGLISH. Cflnn MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. Ill OPEN 10:SO A. M. to 10:80 P. M. '' A Souvenir Spoon to Every , 1-, . . Iiady Buying Ticket. Hs1W CookingL8ctures2:30 OnUff P. Mr Every Day. ADMISSION 80 CENTS. HORNING AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS. Orchestra of Col. Slnn'a Montank Theatre, on Al hauj Dar I.ino fiteanifra, leaving West 22d Bt, Pier at OA. M. dally exrept Runttar, retnrnlna r:80 P. M. Thifl week's attractive musical programme in cludea selections from Tannhanser. Carmen, Too Palms. Raymond, Midsummer Might's Dream. Or pheus, The Serenade, Lucia, etc. Bee Steamboat and Excursion advs. luADISONQlIARE WttOSZte. LAST 2 WKKKB IN NEW VollK. Charles Frohman presents STRAND COMEDY COMPANY, fbrMia: InBobotm0emunyUl00r' A BRACE OF PARTRID6ES. Preooded by the one-act play, "OOOD BIE." Erenlnga, 8:15. Matlnm SaturJay, 1:16, W'ALLACK S. MAT.'SArf' THK " Both etar and opera .cored Al IQP a aucceaa." The Herald. NIELSEN THE 'gggfcrrgf' FORTUNE TELLER. KPllllKtnDUuKLn Evga.S .In. Mat. Sat.. 2 -lit. ojgyfElHARLATlN MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND StTrRDAY. VIOLA ALLEN In " THE CHRISTIAN." SPTS ON BALE TO-DAY. LYCEUf-rSOTHERN. I ANTHONT HOPE'S brilliant romance, THE ADVENTURE OF LADY URSULA. EVOB. g.an. MATINEES THURSDAY AND SAT.. 3. srgSAiaiAf '-AST Last Mat. NEXT SAT. CASINO! M.',. Yankee Doodle Dan.j! Engagement Extraordinary. Begln'g Nxt. Mon. Evg. ROYAL. 1 1 BO people. Orch. 0 PCS. Beats Ready. ITALIAN NEXT WEEK-La Boneme, Cavalleria Oper CojRuaUcana and IPagllaccl. If tlTUJC Continuous Performance. Imlsl I I W 2rc, 60c. Noon to 11 P. M. THE OREAT HfNOAJUAN BOYS BAND. ROBERT FISCHER A CO. In "Naval Complications." CH.BVraiTJLAILH.n.80N. BIOORAPH, Ac. WEBER A FIFLn!' music iioi'h'at. a bv. v ,tLU8 HALL. Mate. Wed. 4: Sat. The Bams Old Uproarlona Succe aa, ThoaSThlnga." HURLY BURLY. AMERICAN INSTITUTE 7th Annual Eihlbition. OAltRMY OF DESIGN. 28d at. and 4th ST. Orand Exhibition of Prize Photograph. Grand Diaplar of Fruits and Flowers. Musio Afternoon and Evening. KOSTER A BIAL'S.l0 3d Bis Week IK VUTHAN FOREIQN VAUDEVILLE STARS. MURRAY ?,Vea. MATINEC EVCBY OAT. Entire House, Matinee 35c, Evga. 3fic. k 50c. H.V.Donnelly THlB A newverelonof EAST LYNNE. Stock Co. WEEE. enUtled THK YOUNG WIFE. Broadway Theatre. KMJ Ji5 FRANCIS WILSON and Company THE LITTLK COltPOBAL. PASTfiR'R continijocu 12 NOON TO 11 P. M. BEATS 20 AND 80 CENTS. MRS. BRUNO'S BURGLAR. LILLIAN QREEN AND WILLIAM FRIEND. ORANIl OPERA 2d at. Mate. Wed. UAAfli; HOI;itK and 8th av. and Sat. AUOUSTUS PITOU Leaaee and Managar To-night Bros. Byrne. : Neit week Wm. We.t'a "Going to the Bsoas." : Big Mlnatrel Jubilee BIJOU LAUOHTEB'lNOESSANT. Eve'gsB:20. Mata. 8AM BERNARD. Wed. and Bat. THE MARQUIS OF MICHIGAN, Including ALICE ATHEKTON and a Great Co. , gasw BAM T. JACK'S Theatre, -ra B'way and 2uth.t. STgf 2 BIG SHOWS EVERY DAY, 2 AND 8. M NOVELTY CROWNING f)IADKM. WJi Jennie Yearuana. Vivid Pioturea. 1 ATM ST Theatre, onr. 6th ar. Mata. Wed. A Bat. in 01. ONE WEEK of Old-Time Mlnatreley. Haverly'e Amcrloan-Europsan Mlnatrsls. Neit Week "The Sign of thaCro.a." M1MUATT1M THEATRE. s-iT2 mnnnnt tnn B3a n b-wsj-. v?VrC,&v TURNB AWAY TUC TBT C NcCySf money. '"c i unite. m THE WOBLdIn "WAX. Ma am NEW WAB'qBOUPB. HeartleOypayMiialc. SgsrWL CINEMATOURAPU. 1IEWKY AL REEVES DOUBLE COMPANY, THEATRE. BURl.KSyUE AND VAUDEVILLE. 14th at., ad Mats, dally at 2; Evenings at 8. and stli ava. ar,, 86, 60 cunta. U1DI ITIUlTl'-V' atH:20. Sat. Mat. 1. 8lItl"saii KF.LCFY-SHANNON CO. OFKllA IlOt 'Mi. I THE MOTH and THE KLAME. Ntixt Moiidsy Nlghl WAY DOWN KAST, ffc St a (fa I Every Evening at 8:10. II A I V'x a ntNAWAY mm.. UNll atj Matlneea Wed. and Bat, at t. Pill IIUBIIS Weber A Fields' Pouaae Cafe. bUbURIBUB. -gtU week, return of Stock Com pany in Leah the Foreaken (new version). roohlyn 3imu)rinruti. VQl. WUt ONTAIIIC EVE8.. 8:16. SINN'S nflWlM I AUIV. MATS.. 2:10. This Week NEXT MATINEE SATURDAY. UNMIBTAKABLK HUCCE6S. A WONDERFUL HIT. John Philip Sdum'b (.'iisruiluis upnra, the BRIDE ELECT. SPECIAL NEXT WEEK- SPECIAL- CRANE his Admirable cuiuptiuy in the Utlightfui comedy by Kutfcne W. Presbrey, A VIRGINIA COURTSHIP. ORIUINAL COnTI MK1 AND BETTINOS. SKATS NOW SELLING. sTTll IIMIRIA EVERY EVKN1N0. IfULUSIBIrli .itlnee Bat. ouly. FRANK DANIELS Id bis big umlr ousnt hit. THE IDOLS EYE. NEXT WEEK JAMF8 K IUCKKTT lu THE T2UUC OF KNOWLEDaS. SSSsassssssggS3SgssHpassssgaxBiagsasssBsnaBsssaswa $. JUtmcm ii 0. WILL SHOW ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6lh. TRIMMED HATS, TOQUES AND BON NETS FOR CARRIAGE, STREET AND EVENING WEAR. (Third Floor.) niwtttttuh tm. KM Sixth flvtme. Wtri tnt. NEW YMrsUNTPFicB. NEWARK. N. J. TM BROAD RT. ADVEBTISEM MAT UCAYK THEIR ORDERS AT THI8 ADDRESS, WHJUUt THJ SAME CARE AND ATTENTION WILL B5 SHOWN AS AT MAIN OFFICE. FIW BRIQHTOJRL8, not over lOyearsofaBSi ref ersneea. ENOTfaE BROS., ln East 12th at. LEsJT AND PIQUET MAKERS.-Apply all wsaki take elevator. 178 Wco.t.r at. UMBBKLLAS. Operators wanted 1 ateady work. ARNOLD, 9CHIFF k 00.. 268 Church at WANTKD-NCRSC OR ATTMNDAMT In lnatitutlon near New York, able to make and de velop photographs. Addreaa B. B. L., box 178 White Plalna, N. Y. 'WANTED A young lady for ssneral offlca work. v v Addreaa Post Office boa 816 Hoboksn. fltmcuttr mittt Wmrttl. Fssir Bernmt aaeda Inatrnotlon In the Alt t Cooklnir, Call her attention to this opportunity. This coupon entitles a well-recommended ser vant to one free lesson at MRS. L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL 861 8th av,, where all branches of cooking ar taught by Mrs, a. Lamoka, "NEW YORK FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, no We.t lth at. OONDFCTED BT THE STATE OF NEWYOBK. FREE TO EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES. Servants are In waiting from 9 A. M. until 2 P. M. Befersnce. Investigated. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT OF lit. Bartholomew's Employment Bureau; 211 East 42d st. Telephone 2n4 88th at. ; Flrat-claaa domeatlc employee, of all kinds, j Class for nuraemaida beginning Nov. 8. TOUNOOIRL wanted to take charge of 2-year-old ohlld and make herself generally uaefnl: good home In Brooklyn; IS per month. Addreaa II., box 181 Bnnoffloe. ALL kinds of ferasle help supplied; best rafer srsnoee: also colored. International Employ ment Agency, 184 Oth ay. rtHAMBERkAIDS, oooks, 840 to 80: waltraaaea. V.' 20 laiindreaaea, kltchenmalds. houseworkers, 20 cook, who waah and Iron, chambermaids who do chambirwork, competent Frenoh. German, Eugllah ladv'a maid., nursery gjverneaa, nurse., butlers, sec ond men, n.eful men, chefs. Mrs. L. SEELY, 68 West 22d St.; servants' entrance 86a 8th av. (COMPETENT parlormaid; wagea 120; al.o Bret J claaa laundrees, wages (22. for family living one hour from New York; reference required. Mr.. L.J3EKLY. 382 6th ay. rtOMPETENT parlormaid for family In Hsmpatcad; V wagss20; reference, reaulred. Mr.. L. SF.EI.Y, 3M 6th av. FIRST-CLASS waitress, wages 825, for family llv. Ingln Berwick, Pa.; Protestant: bast references required. Mrs. L. BEELY. 861 6th av. F BENCH nurse for one child 2 years of ace; wages $20; to go to Albany; reference, required. Mr.. L. BEELY. 881 6th av. C OOD positions' waiting for cooks, chamberroalda. laundrcae. and hou.eworkers. IN'rKRNA TIONAL EMPLOYMENT AQENCY, 184 flth av. TTCHENMAIDS for Cedarhnrat, New York, Weat bnry, (ire.it Neok, Banda Point. Hackettstown, Lenox; good wages; referencea requlrsd. M.L.8EELY.3oimh av S" WKDIBH lady's maid; mult be thoroughly com petent and have bait references; wagea 826; fam ily living East Willlaton. Mrs. L. BEELY. 862 (lib av. AITRESB and chambermaid fortwo In family at New Brighton; wagea $10; references required. Mrs. L. BEELY. 862 nth av. WAWRESBlcrgoTonnecticut: wages $20: ref erences required. Mrs. L. BEELY. 861 6th av. tfraploMtnrnt $uttxuf. MME. JAOtJUIN. 601 6th av., near 86th St. Frenoh Employment Bureau; recommended male and female servants, all natlonalltlea, capacities procured; cook., waltreases, laundreaaea, kltchenmalds. house workers, butlers, second men wanted dally. SVantKl SRxltji ptrhsnic. c. BOOKBINDERS. Wanted, a man to aaalat at case making. J. F. TAPLEY CO.. y Bond st. BOYB wanted: three good ones about 16 years old. NORTH RIVEB BINDEBY CO., 1H1 Banket. GORDON PRESSMAN.-Flmt-claaa workman, to V7 take charge of 4 preaaea; oue who can keep feed ers busy; permanent to right party; wage, to start. $12.00. Addreaa E. W box 173 Sun office. "liOOFERS.-Gravel. A. BUCHANAN'S SONS. 1887 AV Fulton St., Brooklyn. rrrNSMITHS.-Qoodmen only, for repairing fur 1 nace. and heatvra. A. BUCHANAN'S SONS, 1687 Fulton st-Brooklyn; WANTED Experienced coffee roaster; atate .alary, experience, with whom employed and how long, and referencea. P. O. box 174. Philadelphia. WANTED Flrat-claaa experienced salesman amonc lithographers acd printers In Nsw York. Address A. B. C box 180 Sun office. WANTED Ruling machine feeder; boy or girl. W. H. C. CO., 441 Psarl st. Wmrtt HUU5 inisctllaurou. ANY kind of male help supplied; frse to employ ers. International Employment Agency, 184 6th av. MK8SENUER BOY wanted. Apply, with refer ences, before 10 A. M, to-day at office, 1265 Broadway; wages 88.00. sfatrt-CliUgi giflytstmiits. COMPETENT waltreaa: can carve, serve wines, make salad dressing. Ac: best referencea. J. 8., box 608 Sun uptown office, 1265 Broadway, C" U AMBE11M All 1 and laiindrsaaT- Neat, willing and obliging; best references. D. W , box 624 Bun uptown office. 1165 Broadway. COMPETENT parlormaid; wages $20; excellent V rsforenoes. H. B.. bax 600 Bun uptown office, 1166 Broadway, OOE and laundress: willing and obliging; beat references. K. Q., box 601 Bun uptown office, 1168 Broadway. 17IB8T-CLAS8 laundress; understands doing up shirt., oollara. cuffa Ac; baat refsrsneas. M. B., box 602 Sun uptown ottos. 1266 Broadway. OOD plain family cook; wagea $20; beat ref erences. MTMoM., box 611 Bun uptown office, 1265 Broadway. IXOHENMATD would like position under flrst clsss cook or ohef : best references. D. (., box 623 Bun uptown office, 1266 Broadway. LADY'B MAID, thoroughly competent; good balr dreaser, packer, seam. trees, Ac; best references. M. It. (., box 506 Bun uptown office, 12U5 Broadway. AID. Thoroughly compsiant; good aeamatnaa; eirallaut referencea. E. Mil)., box 626 Bun up town offioe, 1206 Broadway, NURSE Competent for infanta or gtown children; bast references. J. C, box &06 Sua uptown offioe, 136f. Broadway. NURSE and seamstress. Wages $16; best rsfer enoss. 1. B.. box 616 Bun uptown office, 1266 Broadway. STENOGRAPHER and typewriter desttss Banna, nent poaltlon, uaiug Rsmlngton. Smith Premier and Hammond machines 8 months' axpsrleucsi rapid, aoourate; salary moderate. Address RAPID, box 160 Bun office. THOROUGHLY competent cook; underatanda all kinds of cooking; good reference.. M. O. S., box 604 Sun uptown office, 1166 Broadway, T.' AITRESB. -Thoroughly compstant: best ref 11 ereucea; willing and obliging. S. O. N box 627 Bun uptown offioe, 1166 Broadway. WAITRESS. -Willing to assist with chamberworki neat and obliging, beat rsfaranoss. W. 0., box r22 Buu uptown office, 1266 Broadway. ir-CUA 5tlf-SBlrs. A MAN of Intelligence and experience would like poaltlon to look after trade, solicit new buslueM and attend to collection., ;tlioroiighly reliable; good referencea as to character, Ac. Addreaa WILLING, box 118 Bun ogee. ACCOUNTANT, bookkeeper, csshisr, office man, or manager, wtehea position, permanent or tem porary, either to take full charge or aaalat; the neat of references. SECRETARY. 885 West 24th st A YOUNG JAPANESE man wlahea a situation aa butlsr; can furnish drat-olass reference, wagea $60. Address T. I., cars Japaueec Mlaslon, 84 Proa pect at., Brooklyn. KJMPETENT proofreader would Uka situation on -y weekly newspaper; thorough printer; reliable; able to take charge, and would work for moderate wages. BEADER, box 1208un offlte. PRoblstXASU wauls position; well up In medi cal and tsohnical terms: ready at once. FUBN, t Manknttan av., ground noes. anHMMHsiM CyTvELIABlT CARPETS ECONOMY IN BUY.NO. All through our upholatory department the price pulse Is boatlnir most economi cally, as a glimpse of our bargaina will show. NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS $1.00 l pr. IRISH POINT CURTAINS 3.50 a pr. "Long Credit" gives the opportunity to secure needed furnishings now and pay when your ship comes In. CASH m CREDIT fpWPERTHWAITrOK) 1)4, 106 and 108 Wat ,14 St NEVR 6? AV. IgSjjg Stores: FlatDush Av. iwlltoa X C 3.50 tajw, IS FOR MEN. f l Ca p 3.00 ) W.L. DOUGLAS SHOES rA'ttoWlo ; ? All the latest stylos. c c Every kind of leather. Hade on the new popular lasts, in J C autumn and winter weight. ? An examination of our stock will f J convince yon that the W. L. Douglas C c Shoes are superior in every way to c those costing from $5 to $6. all sizes jLjrn widths, OUR EXCLUSIVE STORES: ? S NEW YORK i 1811, IS49 Broadway. C K Cortliin.lt St.. 974. MM Third C Ave, SKI West 183th St., aSS Eighth f t Ave.. 114 Fulton St. f S 1IIUMIRI. V N i '.a, 710. 1367 Broad- N wv,4l Fulton t., 494 Fifth Ava. V JKRflEV CITTt 10 Newark Ave. V 7 NEWABKl 788 Brood Bt. J fe pLINTlsfsNEfTJRNITURE Private Carpet Patterns , Selected (or Bedrooms. Best Axminster 8 .85 a yd. Savonnerie . . l.OOayd. Body Brussels . l.lOayd. Best Quality. Boso gardens havo been conjured from nature to enhano these effect. The colors aro mliipled with skill dainty designs on light and misty grounds. They are restful and harmonious rich mid lasting. Birch and Blrdoye Maple Bedroom Furni ture tho yellow sheen brightening a room like sunshine. Factory prices, as you "BUY OF Trie MAKER" Geo. C.FLint Co. 43. 45 and 47 WEST 23TST. NEAR BROADWAY. FACTORY: l54ANOtS6WEST.I9?STBEtT Jtammtv 3 wort is. CATSK1LL MOUNTAINS. MOUNTAIN HOME, Windham. N. T. Accommo dates lOO; terms reasonable; location unsur passed; desc.rlpUve circulars. O. B. COK. lLfWjTR8EY. THE LAUREL HOUSE, Lakewood, New Jersey, vdll open for the season of 1HD8-UD nn Saturdar, Oi't. 1 . October Is one of tbe most delightful month. of tbe year in Lakewood. 1)AV1I B. PL.TJMEB, Mansicr. VIRGINIA. VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS, OPEX ALL THK l'EAB. Invlsoratlnc fall climate. 2.800 feet elevation, ON GBBSAFBAKE AND OHIO HA1LWAV. The New Homestead, Cottatfe. aud Casino are con ntnicted and furnished tbrutiahout in aorordance with latest dc.tffns and modern Tinnrovements. Most complete bathliifc establishment and moat curative baths known for rheumatism, gout and oervoua troubles every bath from flowing springs of natural hot water. OOLF LINKS, OLI'BHOUSE AND WKIJ.-KEiT UltF.KN. UAONIFIOENT MOUN TAIN BUHHOUNDINaS. All matters connected wltb unitary condition, sub ject to periodical exarnlnatlona br experts, l'lilliiiuii compartntent car New York to Hot Springs without change daily except Sunder. Tickets and reflervationa at Uheaapeakc and Ohio otncee, sea and 1823 hrnadway, and all offloea Pounaylvaula R. It. Celebrated Healing Springe Water for sale br H. A. Caaaabser. 73d st. and t'olnmbus ar. FKK1 b'l'KItltV, Hananr, Hot Bprlaga, Bath Co., Va. 9 rxlivg JRotei u 3Uurmm. Sherman Square Hotel. BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 7IST ST. AMERICAN FLAM. Strictly a family hotel; choice suites, furnished or unfurnished, to rent by tho season or year. Cul.lne and ssrvlce of the highest order. Kates reasonable. Location convenient to all parts of the city. WAI.TEB LAWBEMCEi Manager, FIFTH AVE. A-NI BTH K'l.NKW VOKK NEW ANNEX NOS. IS AMb lTFirrH AVB. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN FLANS. for transient and parmanant guests. Bervlce a Is rarte from A A. M. to 1 A. M. THK BUEVOOIIT baa an ESTABLISHED REPU TATION aud Is puticulsrly noted for the excellence of Its oooklng. Apartmenta for the aeaaon may be secured at spe cial low ratss. JA1ME8 A METER, Proprietors. 7l Tftanover 8. E. Cor. KIrTH AVENUE and IStb HT. 11KNOVATEO THROUGHOUT. A hlgb-rlaas family hotel with aa established repu tation. Apartmenta of parlor, one or mora bedrooms and bath, furnished or unfurnishsd: privets ssrvioe if desired. WU1 open early in October. F.. W. EAOER, Manager. IF you want a patent quick, call or write to LAWVEB. room Hit. 66 Liberty at., N. T. 1IATBNTS for Inventions pmrured promptly; low rates. RuKDKR A BltlEUEN, 82 Nassau at., N.T. Eetsbliahrd 1884. mutt Jfuruuure. DISKS AND OFFICE FURNITURE IN OREAT VA11IETT MANUFAC TURED BY T. O. 8F.LLEW. Ill FULTON BT. gjWiiJrriliturouji. lf-I FAK 8. 10 for 6 cents at drusxUta. Th.y ban a tan pain and prolong Ufa. Oue at vea rsUas. HEARNl Wsst Pourtttnth Strtst. NEW GOODS lN ALL DEPARTMENTS. I Everywhere Fresh Attractions Abound I Styles to Suit Every One For this Is Everybody's Store We do not build our business hopes on sentiment, but mark our goods at rates to make It expensive for you to buy elsewhere. H UPHOLSTERy H records In Home furnishing sclilng this sesson It will not be for want of efforts In Values Point d'Baprlt sod Boblnst Baeh Oar-tsunlnca-Lsos Inaortlncs ttd rot fllnss TSlnsSS .10 Irish Point Panel Laosa heavy cushion work. ...... ....... ...... -"6 Bootoh OurtAln Musllnaoolorwd flcureaand spots . .12M Caloutta snd Pish Nits-WhIU. era and Ivory-all widths .UK to .79 FleTured Drnporv Silks w M Eoveralble Basdsd Cretonnes .10 Pnraltors Velvets Emplra. Boooco and other doalsna .60 French Gross Strips Taptstriso Bagdad sad Persian colorings 40 Bilk Figured Lam belle-Frenoh dealsng. 1.48 Gobelin Weave Tapestries all colors... 1.00 Beat Donbla Faced Valours 1.40 Irish Point Lace Bad Bets oompleta with 8h am a - full sits 8.08 Opaque Shades hand knot fringe Eoru. Nile. Spanish Olive and Sage. ... .98 Others. Lsessud Insertions best oolors. .45 White Enamel Poles finer braes ends trimming complete . .20 Shelf Oilcloth all colors ....... 8 Stsir Oilcloth-fleeced back C.V CORTrMNS AND PORTIERES Cluny Laco Sash Curtains Inserting and edge pr 2.40 Scotch Lace Curtain a 3 and 4 yds long Irish Point and Fish Net effeote-20 styles 1.40 , Irish Point Laos Curtains wide and showy borders 8.08 Finer with heavy Cushion work 6.08 Fine Point de Paris and Novelty Curtains made on best net 0.08 Bilk Flg'd Tapestry Portieres beat colorings fringe too and bottom 4.08 Figured Derby Tapestry Portieres handsome Valance and f rinse 1.08 Brocade Tapestry best colorings 3.08 Best Plain Velour fringed top and bottom value 0.00 5.08 Burmah and Persian Tapestry 8.08 Handsome all over flg'd Chenille 8.08 All Silk Venetian Portieres silk corded edge pair 1S.03 Bamboo Portieres beaded designs 2.08 MILL lN ERQ Second DEPARTMENT "o" Here you will find Everything that's new for Fall and Winter Wear for Ladles and Children. Prices more than satisfactory. Large assortment of Ladles' and Children's Felt Hats Best styles all oolors and blaok 30 Ladles' Fine Fur Felt Alpines allcoloreand black 40 Cloth and Velvet Tam o' Shanters braided and two-toned effects 49 Newest effects In Fanoy Wings, Quills. Birds and Aigrettes 20 Ladles' Hats nil the new and moat stylish effects trim'd with velvet Blbbon. Fanoy Wings and Ornaments. 4.08 New Dress 0ur 9tock was never Trimmings. more complete, styles never more besutlful. . . . Everything that's new we have. . . .Includ ing Illuminated snd studded foreign Edg ings and Bands CJou will find unlimited assortment to choose from In all qualities. Chenille and Spangle Trimmings. . .25 to 2.30 Silk Applique Trimmings 25 to 2.40 Fanoy Blaok Braids 4 to 2.00 Fanoy Colored Braids 5 to .08 Jet Bund Trimmings 7to3.08 Blaok and Col'd Bilk Trlmmlnga. . 8 to 3.69 Black Mohair Trlmmlnga 0 to 2.49 Fanoy Pearl Trlmmlnga 10 to 2.08 Pearl Oarnltures and Hovers 50 to 4,98 Out Steel Trimmings 10 to 2.08 Astrakhan Bands 16 to .06 Blaok and Col'd 811k Frogs po.... 12). to .40 Satin Folds with and without velvet piping Oto .22 Babies' and Tnl depart. .,,, , it i menl I 0l,e Children s Wear. 0r the largest and best equipped of Its kind In flew york. . . .The great Increase of Its popu larity causes another increase In space . . . .Goods could not be properly shown, so we have added the section adjoining, formerly occupied by the Art Embroid eries. Here you will find Wonderful Varieties Wonderful Values. Caps and Hats for Little Boys and Olria Faille. Bengaline, Surah. Taffeta and Figured China 811k ; Velvet, Boucle. Persian Cloth and Eiderdown silk emb'd. fanoy ribbon run ruohea. bows, fur and fanoy braid trlm'gs. alsea to 3 yrs. 23 cents to 4.06. Poke and fancy Bonnets same material as above beautiful designs with mousseline de sole, feathers and handaome ribbon trim's, alsea to 3 yrs. 69 cents to 10.00. Short Costa Bedford Cord! Cashmere. Bengaline and Faille Bilk. Poplin. Fancy Cloth. Boucle and Eiderdown dainty trimming of braid, ribbon, lace, emb'y : some with fur edg ing or deep fur cape. alaes to 2 yrs. 08 eta. to 16.00. Long Cloaks of same materials and trimmings 1.98 to 20.00 Little Children's Ham pis Reefers plain and fanoy materials ribbon and braid trim, aises to 8 yrs. 98 cents to 2.00. We also offer Little Children's Fine Short Dresses exquisite styles-trim'd with ribbon and alternating Ineertings ot laoe and esAB'y a.& LADIES' NEW ,. Fall Garments - Right Styles Right Fabrics-Right Prion I JACKETS AND WRMs. Kersey (Tapes with flounce strap trimming tailor finish sea I Medium Length Plush Oapee- sable edge and Jet trim-satin lined. .. 6.61 Two-toned Military Oapes doable breast effeoU-gilt button trim g.ea M Nsw Golf Oapes Imported two-toned fi Shawl materials reversible 904 I Handsome streets In Golf Oapes full flonnoe all around heading of fringe. 12.BJ And finer Qualities mm to4ftog New Covert Cloth Jaoksts-slz button reefer effects strapped seams B.M I Batln-lined Fine Cloth Jackets rj.oj Fine Kersey Coats fly front cutaway tailor finish double atltohed seams. 7.(j I And finer Qualities . to 80.88 I Full-sire Silk and Zephyr Shawls deep border natural fge L88 . And Oner Qualities to 13.08 H WAISTS AND SKIRTS. Brilllantlne, Wool Serge and Mixed Plaid Cheviot Skirts Circular flonnoe M and other styles velvet end cord trim. 3.08 Flg'd Taffeta Skirta-Olroular gored 5,08 I Fanoy Wool Cheok and Plaid Skirts M also Wool Serge i.nj ' New Navy and Blaok Serge Dress Skirts lap seams 208 Tailor mads Blaok Cheviot Skirts plain or deep flounoe 4.93 Fine Serge Dress Skirts panel braid effect button trim 5.08 Venetian Cloth and Fine Serge Skirts panel effects Strap trim 6.08 New Flare Circular Crepon Skirts percallne lined velvet faolng 7.08 New Flg'd Taffeta Silk Skirts gored sides-new back 10.98 Blaok Oros Grain and Satin Skirts strap or corded flounce effects 12.08 Taffeta Silk Skirts-ruffle or velvet trim -silk lined 10.08 New Golf Skirts -of reversible two toned Cloth (plaid and plain) 9.08 And Oner Qualities to 40.08 Ladles' New Flannel Shirt Waists all colors and Black plain and full trimmed front 98 Others Braid trim high collar 140 Fancy French Flannel Waists latest cut extra stook collar 2.08 And finer Qualities to 39.03 Novelties In "y Dress Goods That" department Is the busiest In New tjork, with values like these? 40 Inch All Wool Cheviot Mixtures twenty colorings regularly .49 28 Imported Silk and Wool Plaida unaoproached value at 48 42 inch Imported Novelties 75 All Wool Storm and Surah Bergea Blaok and Navy 29 38 Inch Imported Plaids twenty handsome oat terns 38 40 inch All Wool Surah Serges staple oolors 38 45 Inch Orsnlte and other Suitings in fanoy weaves all colors 89 45 Inch Silk and Wool Novelties new and handsome designs 139 Evening and We nmr r. em showed UreSS 5IIKS a finer stock, we never gave better return for money seeing is believing come and see. Fancy Stripe. Cheok. Bayadere and Brocaded Taffeta Silks-light. dark and medium oolors 49 Fancy Silk and Satin Striped and Checked Taffetas also broken Plaids newest and most desirable styles 78 Bloh Novelty Taffeta Warn. Printed. Bayadere and fancy Stripes and Satin Plaid new Street and Evening Shades 08 27 inch Block Satin Duohesss also 24 inon Black Silk Taffetas 69 Superior quality Blaok Peau de Bole. Satin Duehesse. Brocaded Oroe Oralna and Satins handsome stripes, figures and floral designs 08 Blaok Satin Btrlpe Qroa Grains also Bayadere Bengallnes 79 1 Men's Furnishings, 'Jjjj Hosiery, etc. when used to Indicate the values we are giving. All Wool Hose for Ladles and Children-Plain aud Derby ribbed ' Ladies' Egyptian Cotton Vests and Pants-Vest silk trim'd long or short sleeves " Ladies' Fast Blaok Sateen Skirts deep ruffi -lined and oorded edge ..., -3 Ladies' Changeable Taffeta Silk Skirts full Biro deep ruffle, corded 4 08 Men's Heavy Fleoce-llned Shirts and Drawers-all sizes, flniahed aeiims A Men's Scarlet Medicated Shirts and Drawers-all wool-last colors 1'8 Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers-finished seams- nil slues .. ' Ladies' 2 clasp and 4 hook Gloves all ataadea-tUao Wulte and Black