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iiiiii MmnwwrM-TTrrTfnrMrnwTri MriiniinniiiMniiiT i West Uf 91 CyTlELIABLrfe I CARPETS For Halls and Stairs, the thoroujrhfftros of the house, choose the boat wearing qualities. ODD STAIR CARPET. BEST TAPE8TRY. . 45 cts. a yd. WILTON VELVET . . . ft ots. a yd. Stand wear and tear till tho last thread. Wilton Volvota are so thick In body that only ono-flfth of the threads come to the surface. Colors, some rich and dark, superb Indian and IVrnInn motifs. "Long Crodlt" moans ready money for swerybody. CASH OR CREDIT (OWPERTHWAIT Sty 0. 106 and 108 West 14 St NEAR 6AV. teoJOyn Stores: flalbush Av. jwrjjttjiift SHOES. Several hundred pairs of those ladles' kid buttoned, patent tip, welt boots at $1.15, at our old corner, Sixth Ave. & 23d St. ALEXANDER Rummer 55ccort.5. vrRGiNIA VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS, OFKN AM. Till; YEAR. InTlfforatins fall olimte. 2,roo fert lf ration. ON ClIEHAPEAKU AND OHIO RAILWAY. The New Homestead, Cot. aura and Cas.no an-oon-rtructed and furnished tlimutrbuut lu accordance with latest don liiB and modern improvements. Most complete bathliiK establishment and most curative baths known for rheumatism, trout and nervous troubles every bath from flowing springs of natural hot water. GOLF LINKS, CLTTBHOTJSK AND WELL-KEPT GREEN. MAGNIFICENT MOUN TAIN SURROUNDINGS. All matters connected with sanitary conditions sub ject to periodical examinations by expert). Pullman compartment car New York to Hot Springs without change daily except Sunday. Tickets and reservations at Chesapeake and Ohio offices, atia and 1328 Broadway, and all offices Pennsylvania R. It. Celebrated II tali ng Hprings Water for sale by H. A Caasabssr, 72d st. and Columbus av. lltlil) STKKRY, ManiiBPr, Hot Bpriags, Bath Co., Ta. C -I Jraclinfl Hotels unci 2U.muram$. I MTETElPiRE; BOVLKVARI) & 031) ST., NEW YORK. A Modern Fireproof Family Hotel of the first class, conducted on the American and European plans, for the accommodation of those who want the best at reasonable cost. SCatHy and quickly accessible by electric, cable, and itevated cart from all parts of the. city. W. JOHNSON QUTNN. Proprietor. THE SLEVIN HOTEL, 14TII ST. AND 7TH AV. For gentlemen, on the European plan, SI per day; special rates for large and small rooms, by the week fti month. HUGH HLEVIN, Proprietor. "jV PUBBUANCK OF AN ORDER MADE BV HON, A William N. Cohen, one of the Justices of the Hu- Srenie Court of the State of New York, on the I'Oth ay of September, 181)8. notice is hereby given to all creditors and persons having claims against the Universal Lasting Machine Company, a corporation, lately dulng business in the city of New Y rk,that they are required to preiieut their claims, with the vouch ers thereof, duly verified, to the aubucriber. Edmund Luis Mooney. the duly appointed aHMignee of said Universal Lasting Machine Company, for the benefit of its creditors, at his office, No. 16 Wall street (room No. 6, sixth floor), in tho Borough of Manhattan, city of New York, on or before the 24th day of De cember. 18U8. Dated New York. September 20th. 1898. EDMUND LUIS MOONEY, Assigns. FREDERICK 0. LAWYER, Attorney for Assignee, 18 Wall street, New York City. IcmnjGicmmtjS. LYCEUM THEATRE. TUIlti7SK00,t Mr. J. B. Pond announces the first appearance 1b Am.r.,a t MR. ISRAEL ZANGWILL, Lecturer, Koveliat, Orltic. Subject: THK DRAMA AS A FINE AJiT. Tiokata for sale at the Box Office. A MEBICAN INSTITUTE 7th Annual Exhibition. ACADEMY Of UESIUN. 23d t. aud 4th uy. Oratul Exhibition of Prize Photographs. Uraud Display of FrulU and Flower. t Music Afternoon and Evening. GRAND OPERA 28dst. Mat,. WeT Yj"'aU UOlIbK and 8th av. and Bat. AUQU8TC8 P1TOU Lessee and Manager To-night Bros. Byrne. : Next week Wm. Weal', "Qolngto the Bacea." : Big Minstrel Jubilee. SARTOR'S oMisioi'N IS SOON TOU P.M. BEATS 20 AND U0 CF.NTS. MKS. BIIUNO'8 Bl'HOLAB. LILLIAN OBEKN AND WILLIAM FIIIEND. KOSTER & BIAL'S.oe. 3d Big Week IX i.o I II VII FOREION VAUDEVILLE STABS. BIJOU LAUOHTEB INCESSANT. Kf.VfJr'iat.. SAM BERNARD. Wed. and Sat. THK ltAUQl'IS OF MICHIUAN. including ALICE ATUEill ON snda Oreat Co. BAM T. .lAt'K'S Theatre. -I M II' way and 2th at. SnO 2 BIO SHOWS V.VKltY DAY. 2 AND 8. BVBB NOVELTY'S 1.-ROWNINO f)IAI)EM fw Jeunle Ycamana. Vivid Picture,. WEBER S FIELDS' mijhio :ioth it. A B'war, WI.BC.la r ILL JO HALL. MaU. Wed. A: Bat. The Same Old Uproarious nun-raa, Thoa0,f hlnSa." H U RLY BU R L Y . MURRAY tViVa. MATINEE EVERYDAY: Entire House, Matinee 2r,r., F.vgs. 2fi( A ioc. H. V. Donnelly THIS A uewvrrslouof EAST LYNNI, Block Co. WEEK, entitled THK YOUNU WIFE. 14 Til 8T Theatre, oor. Hth av. MutsWed. A Hal" lin Ol. ONE WEEK Of Old-Time Minstrelsy. Havsrly's American-European Minstrels. mm wiek " The sign or thu Cross." THE WORLD IS WAX. am gm NEW nJBOUPs! DEU333KT JUT USEE. Hi-.i thi O) i') Mualr. awaVaSl C1NEUATOOKAPU. ill.lVKI AI. BEXVEH DOIBI.E COkCPANT. THEAIUK. BIHI.KSVIK AND VAIDEVILLtl 14th at., 3d Mul. daily ut '. Eteniugaattt. Jldthaa. 25. 86. 6U oeuta. MANHATTAN 3ail . u ,,.. ffl&ff"' THE TURTLE. IS UlDl Baa IvVt8lJ0. Bat. Mat. a". aTlaWaHaUaClwl KFI.CEYKHANNclN 53. OPKHA HOI Mi:. I THE MoTII and THE tl.AME. Meat Huntlny Mglit -WAV ItoM'N K.tsi. till Win I Every Kveulnii at 8:io. IIRIV'X A Kt'NAWAV GIRL. aaffffllal W Matlneaa VVed and hat. at 2. OlllMNt. PLACE THKATBK, MATS THE l.ll.iri"! IAN IN WEI). 4 THE liOT.DKN IIUKSI MllOK. SAT. TAB Broadway, near 1 4th at. Qal. 160. inn HAVK YiU MKl.N SMITH- Bal. 2f.f. Neat Weik- llitfli B in L.dy. Orrh. 60c. PHurttg A IIAKI.KM Mala. Wed. A Sal. Bal., J6o, Btainoii'a Mualr Hall. Orche.tra ireoerved1, 6ur. Julmaoii, Davenport ft lirellu. Maude Nuiiutit, othera COL IIMRIIR el...r A I l. Id,' Pouaa Oaf ". ""'"',,'"' Neat wuek, return of Stock Com awany la Leajt th. Joraaken (uew veraiou). ' CAaWKUISIALI.. A PERMANENT OBCHEw n . TBA MAINTAINED BOLE- DOStOn LT FOB CON0EBT PEE- Symphony ""f gZ ! . Mr. Wllhlm nerleka, Orchestra. conductor. "A vlrtuoao oreheotra." Sun. " Peerle.. band of mualoUna." -Herald. "Forthapaatdecadeotir aland- ard of orcheatral perform- RoSenthal. "A fln vlrtuoaitr poind witli equally nno muMcal foallnt. Tribune. Ut.ll "The hlhel eipononlo of or- WrlllY oheatral work In th. oonn- D ' . try." World. ourmester. fit Manner,. (Utpp. inH. T.) Wednotday flernooni t . Nov. I. Doe. 14, Jan. 18, Feb. 23, Maroh 22. Lady HaUe. nSffJSS&SM. fNornmn Nertiila) Nov. 10. Deo. 16, Jan. Ill, ll.tapp. InN. Y.j Fob. 2ft. aUrcIl 2. The proarrammea for the af- .. tamoon andevenlnaerle, will AlVateZ be entirely different. (Only app. In N. T.) Beaaon ticket, with reaerved ' ' vv aeata for the aeriea of Ave mil- Ineee or five concert.. 87.60, Cnrrvnn l- "i 8i bo,M ,,r' .rnd Ourrvno. l40 according to looatlon. Subscription now open at Car negie Hall. Tloketa ready for delivery on and after Monday, Oct. 10. CAUNKGIK IIAliIi. HILHARMONIC XM 18-Flftyeventh Seaaon-ISPH. EM1L PAtlB CONDUCTOK. KlKht Pnbllo Bohenranla and Klht ConcrU on Nov. 4, 6; Nov. 36, 20; Deo. lfl. 17: ' . Ml Feb. 3, 4; Feb. 24, 36; March IT. 1 ;"' .V.2-. SOLOISTS enaagod ao far: Mia, ADKLE AtTS DEB OHK (Piano). Mmo. JOI1ANNA OADSKI (Soprano Mme. KCIII'MANN HEINE (Contralto., Mr. WII'l-Y BI'IIMESTEH (Vlollfl. Mr. EM1L BAUEB lano). Mme. TERESA CABIIKSO iPlenoi. BENEWAL of BIIRSCBIPTIONBfromOrt. lOWOgt. 32. Hale of araU nd boiea to NEW BUBSCBIBKBB beirlna ocU 36. For PROSPECTUS apply at Mnelo Btorca, Hotels, or hy mall to ACQ. BOEBBKLBN, BecreUry, BT2 AV II tiKm;THEATBE. 27th t. ft MadlaonaT. waaVKaVehtw Evcnlnga 7;45. Mat. at 3. CHARLES FROHMAN lUfU-lM " TO-NIOHT AT Ti4B, MB. B1CHABH CYRANO DE BERQERAC, BT F.DMOND BOSTAND FIILST SIAT1NKK TO-MOBBOW AT . Beata three weeks in advance. pcMfiNubiis v&sr V ALAUC PKBFOBMANCE P M. 3d av. USURY WOODRUFF and PRINCE LLOYD. PATRICE CO.. OEO. FULLER GOLDEN, SlB. A. L. GUILLE, HABRIOAN. many othera. 36c, 60c. PRIinTnR'ontTnuous Performance. JS rnilUlUn O Me. , sac. mt.-iotoiotMr.M. BOSSOW MIDGETS. FUNNY LITTLE FOLKB. Brinir the Children to See These Cute Ones. PRESS EI.DRIIHJE. SCHBODF. BROS., WARORAPR, COULSON SISTERS. CLINTON ELUEB. many othera. EUDIDC THEATRE, Broadway and 40th st. Cmrlfl a Evening.. :15. Matinees. 2-.1S. CHARLES FROHMAN ..Majlager " The Liar. " has caught on here aa it did in Lon don. Herald. Mr. Charles Frohman present. MR. JOHN DREW in Henry Arthur Jones's Comedy, THE LIARS. Matlneea Wednesday and Saturday. Etle AYiTTTiilTBE. B'WAY AND 28TH BT. SlTll Ev'gs. 8:16; Mnt. 8st.. 2:3(1. VIII POSITIVELY LAST WEEK. CHARLES COGHUN m THE ROYAL BOX. COMMENCING NEST MONDAY EVENING. Joseph JeflTerNon SJXpK, In the RIVALlS, Betersed .eat sale Address Mr.Ward; I .. . tT" 86th t. JiB'way. Evga. 8:18; Mate. I HI.KSl.ii I Wed.. Sat.. 2:15. iTflvAxirir ICHA8. E. KVAN8 Proprietor rHKAinn-i Large aud lauuhlngoudleticea. H6TEL TOPSY TURVY. Herald A merry, rollicking farce. World An entertainment of genuine mirth. Journal Handsomely atagod; costumes elaborate. Time, A rollicking play. Bun Hurled ita humor at the spectator. HTa DTDTCIJ "tHEATBE, 86th at., near B'war. UAIiaila Evening., 8:15. Matinee Saturday. CHARLES FBOHMAN Manager BOTH ri.Ul ., OCT. 19, SOI VENIII.S. HOYT'8 A DAY HAPPIEST AND HIT A NIGHT MADISON SQUARE t&ISEBtowm LAST 2 WEEKS IN NEW YORK. Charles Frohmsn presents STRAND COMEDY COMPANY, tLW lu Robcotm0eidnythODr'" A BRACE OF PARTRIDGES. Preceded by the one-act play, "GOOD BYE" Evenings, 8:15. Matinee Saturday. 2:16. TtlT A ft P SA V or MUSIC. MBMla? BIWI 14th at. and Irvlntt Place. E. G. Gllmore and Eugene Tompkins. Props. A Mgrs. SPORTING: & r X5, SO, 75, 1.00. I kaW ' Management Jacob Litt, fcirfc : Mats. Wed. A8at2.ev. 8:16 &2CASTLt SaOPERA Ctt8 AVL OII.BEBT AND SULLIVAN'S DATICWOC MIRTHFUL AND MELODIOUS V W I ICRvCs EVOS. 8:15 26c. TO 1. NOTHING HIGHEB. Matinee To-morrow. 1.100 Beaerved Seat. 26c. GRAND OPEBA SEASON. A It A OCT. 10. IN NO ADVANCE IN PBICES. MliVM ENGLISH. CHICKERIN6 HALL, MOS&i,Tl0uitSgS?OK- We.lne.dny ft Friday Kv'cs, Oct. Vi ft 14. at 8 MAJOR J. B. PONI) ANNOUNCES THREE SONG-LECTURE A IM IM I C PDCV RECITALS BY amSISIaBi UnCI) Queen of Scottish Minstrelsy, In "Lilts Laya and lx'uends of Scotland," assisted by her mother, MRS. oil EL VIE OBEY, jricketa 60.76 Atl. For sale at the hall. mfin MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. OPEN 10:80 A. M. to 10:80 P. M. """' A Smivi-iili- Spoon to Every ..,.., Lady Buying a Ticket. QUrtW CookingLectures2:30 OnUff p. rvT Every Day. ADMISSION B CEXTB. M0RNIN6 AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS. Orchestra of Col. Slon'a Montauk Theatre, on Al bany Day Line Steamers, leaving Went 22d St. Pier at 1' A. M. daily except Snnday, returning r, ao P. M. Tli s week's attractive muuUal nrogrttLuuie in cludes selections from Tauuhausitr, Carmen, The Palms, Raymond, Midsummer Night's ln,..v". Or pheus, The Sereuade, Lucia, etc. See Steamboat and Excursion ad vs. W A La. L IV OK. 0 MA7'. 8AT. XII Y. " Both star andoimra scored ALICE llc:e""'I'ne Herald. I'rlfeWi.11 FORTUN E TELLER LYCEUM E?a S0THERN7 I ANTHONY HOPE'S brilltsnt romance, THE ADVENTURE OF LADY URSULA. EV;G8, 8:80. MATINEES THURSDAY AND SATJ). efaalPlfCDDnPlfCD B'way A 38th St. ' MATINEES WFJiNESDAY AND SATURDAY. VIOLA AIXEN In "THE CHRISTIAN." V 8EATB NOW ON SALE. AIAIUAI LAST Laat Mat. TO MOR'IOW. CASINO! s,:,, Yankee Doodkandy! SngaBeijient Eztraordiusry: begin'g Nzt. Mon. Evg. ItOYAI. 1 1 ro people, orrh. 40 pes. Seats Beady. ITALIAN NEXT WEEK La Boheine, Cavallerla Oesra -o. iltoitieana aud lPogllaeci. f CITIIIC Continuous Performance. IV awl I I J Noon t" 1 1 P M. LAST DAY OF HUNGARIAN BOYS' BAND. ROBERT FISCHER A OO.ln " Naval Complications." CHAW. 11. SWKETAL H WILSON. BIOGRAPH, Ac. Ilruail way Theatre. KM; g;6: FRANCIS WILSON and Company BASOUawTIIK I.I1TI.K OKI-OKAI.. rookluu mumrmentja. ifk-. MONTAUK. fflftJllS: This Week-NEXT MATINEE SATURDAY. UNMISTAKABLE HITCCESS. A WOKDEBFl'L HIT. John Philip Boubu's Charming uncra, the BRIDE EL&CT. SPECIAL NEXT WEEK-SPECIAL WM H CRANE hia admirable company in the delightful comedy by Eugene W. Preabre. A VIRGINIA COURTSHIP. ORIGINAL COSTUMES AND SETTINGB. SEATS NOW HELLING. COLUMBIA. "raL!2SK FRANK DANIELS In his big comli- opera hit. THE IDOL'S EYE. NEXT WEEK-JAME8 kThACKBTT In TUKlTaUtE OF KNOWLKDGB. WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKERS The Wanamaker Literature Club THE enormous distributing power of the Wanamaker Stores again brings a remarkable offer to those of our public who are interested in books. After many months of earnest work the INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF FAMOUS LITERATURE has just been finished. Its editors are the foremost literary men of England and America. From the literature of all nations, ancient, mediaeval and modern, they have selected the best, from "The Oldest Story of the World," to the successes of this very season. No equal collection of good reading has ever been made. One gains a better and clearer idea of the world's famous literature from these 20 volumes than from the ordinary library of 5,000 volumes. The best work of the great writers of the whole world is brought within the compass of the average man's spare time and money. The publishers, having invested thousands upon thousands of dollars in this great Library, wished to bring the work to the notice of the greatest number of book lovers in the shortest possible time. The success of the Wanamaker History Club and previous Wanamaker book clubs pointed the way. So they offered us the entire first edition if we would form a club and ' bring the people in to look at the jafiSsESES books." One hundred thousand dollars, they say, spent in advertising would not tCE. secure as great publicity for their new Library as the WANAMAKER dm ufm LITERATURE CLUB will give it. After satisfying ourselves that the work JtdB rRlu is what the publishers clrim for it, we accepted the offer. gJEk Of course, we made our own price the publishers wanted the r-fSial fcigeBrflSPw llj advertising. They certainly will get it. For every one that exam- tmSm IS"iT9aylSBv ines these 20 volumes must wonder how the price and terms are r&Bi saSFKsaBrlHSRr possible. The Gub price is only one-half the publishers' JLJSbIJ WrtjKj iwrlr JOHN WANAMAKER " . Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, FourthAyenue, Ninth and Tenth Streets. If antra eftmxlr. T84 BBOAI, 8T. ADVERTISERS MAY LEAVE THEIR ORDERS AT THIS ADDRESS. WHERE THE SAME CARE AND ATTENTION WILL BE SHOWN AS AT MAIN OFFICE. B" CHlBiNDERV. Girl of about-17 yeare wanted for light work in the bookbindery of E. 8TEIOEB at CO.. it Park place. ANTED-Eiperlencedpentere. B. RUTTBB A SON, 141 East 88th st $omt(tic Mtvm Wc'Mtti. Jf 1'onr JSsrrant needs instruction in tho Art of Cooking, Call ber attention to this opportunity. This coupon entltleeaweU'recommeuded ser Tant to one free leaaou at MRS. L. SEELY'S C00KIN6 SCHOOL, sr.2 oth av., where all branches of cooking are taught by Mrs. G. Lemuke. a ontl.ftlAmau,'it Men and women for high- St. BarinOlOineW 8 rade MERCANTILE aud rm.l.mn.sl PROFESSION ALposltionaof Employment unkind,. O,.,.... 211 Eut42d at., (New BUreaU. Tel: 3li4 asth st. 1 York. YOUNG GIRL wanted to take charge of 2-year-old child aud make herself generallyuee ful: good home In Brooklyn; 5 per month. Addreaa H., box 181 SunolBoe. A- LL kinda of female help supplied! best refer erencea; also colored. International Employ mem Agency, 184 oth av. C1HAMBERMAIDS, Swedlab cook. 20 to $0; ' waltressee, laundrcases, kltchenmaids, house workers, parlormaids, nrat-claas Frenoh. German and English lady's maids, nursery governegae., nurse, 20 eooka who waah and Iron, laundresci who do chamberwork, butlera. Menu men, useful men. chefs. Mr. L. BEELY, B West 22d at.-, ser vant.' entrance 862 tlth av. C'lOMPETENT lauudresa and chambermaid for ' email family at Irvmgton; wagea2cl; refereuce. required. Mrs. L. BEKLY. 362 Bthav. COMPETENTProteaUntcook; waaea $20; bestref ' erenroa reculred. Mrs. L BEELY, 882 6th av. FRENCH cook for family At Morrlstown; good wages; referencea required. ....... Mrs. L. BEELY, 862 tlth av. lIRST-CLASS laundress; wages $26; to go to Cedar JC buret, L. I.; refereucee required. S MrszL. BEELY, 362 tlth v. (GERMAN parlormaid: wages $20; best reference. I required; Mr.Tl.8EELY. 862 llth av. LAUNDRESS; wagea $20; family in New Canaan, Conn., now and New York cltv lu winter: refer ences required. Mr.. L; BEELY. 362 tlth av. NnSflE for one child one year old; wages $20; ref erences required; to go to Morrlstown. afrs. L. 8EELY. 862 fllh av. W'antto 3lw-prlittTfS, c. A" FIRST CLASS JOBBING PLUMBER wanted. Ap ply t 0. r. Ml'NTZINOER'B. 86o Broadway Brooklyn. B OY WANTEDT-Neat American boy, not more than 18 years of age; must be of good address, quick at ngurea and good writer; Just from school pro ferred, realdlng in eltv. Addreaa IBPOHTER, borlBOSunofnce. X'LOORMAN HORBERHOEB at 68 Harrison at C" 100D BTAMFBB' WANTED. WALOOTT BnOsT, 1 148 Centre st! PAPEBrT'LEK wanted. """ , 80 John at.. Hew York. ANTED A pbyaieal director for an Institution near New York; muat be first class; good posl- J ion to right man. Address . H. CRoTTY, Buperiu endent. Hollywood Inn, Yonkers, n. Y. ANTED-Fourdriulei wire weaers; steady work. BROWN A BELLEBB. Holyoke. Mass. ANTED Firs t-olaaa Jobber on furnace work. Apply at 60 Cliff at. WANTED Flooruiau horseaboer. 631 West 27th at., city. Utaairi Waits WtsrrlUurou. AGENTS wanted. We want an vent In every town to aeoure aubsirioers to THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, to look after renewal, aud distribute ad vertising matter. Wa offer profitable employment lor the winter, also special reward, for good work; tl.OOO will be given to the aguut Bending the largest list up to April 10 neat; $6oo to the neit beat work er, and ao on diatribnting $11,600 among 600 beat ageuta the coming a.aaon. Good pay la assured every agent whether he or ahe eoureeone of the ex tra awards or not. THE CUBTIS PUBLISHING CO., Philadelphia. Pa. J AN Y kind of mala help aupplied; free to employ er.. International Employment Ag.ncy, 184 tbav. M BBtuatGEB BOY wanted. Apply, with refer encea. before 10 A. M. to-day at otaoe, 1206 Broadway, wage. $8.00. mmammiamwmm A A. A. Stenographer anil typewriter desires permam-nt position, ubIuk Kemiutftn, Bmiih Premier and Ua'mmoiid ma'htnes; h mouths eipe rienee; rapid, accurate: salary moderate. Address HAPIP. box 100 Bun ofHee. COOK. WUllOKtO take place In city or country; wanes $20; bi st icf. n-nr.s. B. F., box 600 8uu uptown ofUce, 12flr Broadway. (CHAMBERMAID. Vases $2(); thoroughly com p e ' tent: best references. M. Mc0.t box r.its Bun up town ofnea. 12fl6Brosrdway. C10MPETENT kitu'henmald: would lilto situation ' under first class cook. J. K., box 640 Bun uptown office, 12B5 Broadway. ( l6MPETENTTaundresj wiiUnB and obliifinK; ' best references. E. M., box &U5 Bun uptown office, 12fl5 Broadway. (100K and laundress; neat, wllliuK and obllRlnit: " best referenceH. M. K., box 6H8 Bun uptown office, HHfi Broadway. i COMPETENT laundress: willins and obltjjlne; bost references. M. 11., box 6H6 Sun uptown offlre, 1360 Broadway. CiOOK. Tuor-.uif.lily compntcnt; bet references; ' waves $30. 1). L., box 654 Run uptown office, 1 20.1 Broadway. IIRBT-CLABH waitress; can carve, serve wines, make salad dressing, Ac.: best references. A. 8., box 607 Bun uptown office, 12$ 5 Broadway. (iOOI plain family cook: bread maker; under- stajKis soups, meats, desaerts, Ac; lnst refer ences. B. L., box 584 Bun uptown office, I20.r Broad way. . (.CMJD family cook; understands her work per J fectly; itrod baker; best references. E. (.'..box ftSTflUD i)towu office, 1205 Broadway. LAUUDBKrai wllllBK to 'assist with cliamberwork in Binall prlvatu family; best references. I). 8., box otft Bun uptown office, 1306 Broatlway. 1AUNriRrtB!TbORiiiKbly"('Oiiiiietei.t; willing to J assist with chamberwork; best references. O. M., box 5nn Hun uptown office, 1265 Broadway. LA1'N1KEHH. Fully competent to take larae fam ily; excellent refcrencfa. K. McC, box :.:.'. Snu uptown office, 1205 Broadway. 1" AtnfDBKtt and chambermaid; wag'eiT $20; best references. T. H-, box 5rii Run uptown office, 1205 Broadway. XjTItWE. Understands entire chance of infanta; - i'ii .iiiiii refreuces. M, E., box 643 Sun up town office, 1205 Broadway. IV EAT young jrirl as chambermaid; willing and i o t iligFin . w. Al., box 64 1 Sun uptown office, 1 265 Broadway. PROTiTANYwejrws.i7flj yearsref erences. K. K., box 5Tit Bun uptown office, 1266 Broadway. SECOND cook: .norouit-hlr competent; would like place under chef. M. C, box 646 Sun uptown office, 1205 Broadway. 'rHORoraHLY competent chambermaid; irnod 1 seaiustrBsn; best r-ferencea, M. W., box 5 wo Bun uptown office, 1 266 Broadway. nPBOBOtJOSXy omnFetenVcookTwoyears In last X plart; best rercrunces. M. 11., box 686 Bun up town office, 1 205 Broadway. WAITRESS. Willing to ssslst with other work; ' bt-st reft-reucas. H. K., box 6VU Bun uptown office, 1205 Broadway. Avm'M) 1 K1R1I MAN wishes to learn bartendlne; slitfht idea uf business, or would take job as por ter and watchman when- sobriety and honesty would be a factor; 10 years' Al reference. Address REE NAN, advertising office, 730 Flushing av., Brook lyn, N. V. A MAN of intelligence and experience would like position to look after trade, solicit new business and attend to collection; thoroughly reliable; good references as to character, Ac. Address WILLING, box I lit Hun office. ACCOUNTANT, bookkeeper, caebier, office man, or managwr, wishes position, permanent or tem porary; either to taks full charge or assist; the best of references. SKCHETARY, 306 West 24th it. i OMPETENT proofreader would like situation on V' weekly newspaper, thorough printer; reliable; able to take charge, aud would work for moderate wages. READER, box 120 Bun office. INDICATED; 20; lately landed; clerical poaitinn. J wholesale house pieferrcd; experienced, ener getic; nret-claM referencea, reside anywhere, town or country. Addreaa COMERFOKIj. Si.. Many av., Brooklyn. JjOblTION wanted aa salesman; five rear' expert ence travelling through Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, New York; good references, saUtrr or expenses and commiasiou. Addrues A , box 166 Bun office. 1 "Proofreader want position; well upinmedi cal and techuical terma: ready at once. FL'RN, 36 Manhattan av.. ground floor. LlTUA'l ION wanted aa botikkeepor; age 37; expari O enced, thorough, aud quick to " catch on;" capa ble of systematizing office or factory accounting with ecouomy; Al referencea from preeeut employ ers. Addreaa A. I)., box 164 Sun office. JMU. XB BALE A fine collection of foreign and D. S. av atauya an4 ouln. Adursae aVD'sWPaeaaixala4it,V.iI. jp pUlVTTsIEpJMnTURE WHAT OLD FAMILY Can truco its descent from such Illus trious and ancient ancestors as those furnl turo desjins wlioso forofathers were the liiKlicst art known ut the courts of Cesar or Cleopatra, of Louis Quince or Emperor Na poleon, of Elizabeth or Charles I f This art was famous hIho in Colonial days and accepted by George Washington, John Qiilncy AduniM and Thomas Jefferson. Is It odd, then, that the first homes of America to-day five the place of honor to the histor ical "Empire," " Louis Qulnze" and "Co lonial" furniture, uud which in every ao curAi'V of ancestral art we make to stand this climate? But our reproductions are at factory prices, because you BUY OfTtie MAKER Geo. G.FLint Co. el5. 45 and 47 WEST 23?ST. NEAR BROADWAY. rACTORV. 154 AND 156 WEST I97STBEET jPtanofortrs, iOrfluns, tit. HiiTECK PIANOS. Wareroomall 1-JAsT 14T11 ST. Full assortment of thesu reliable iustrumeiiu. Also a number of sec i ntl liiind yruiiii ai.il upiiglit end a lot uf square planua ut variuus makes and al nil prices, for sale uneasy terms if reumred. Some slitfhtl- used pianos at great bargains. PIANOS TO HK.NT. B Alt' I A IMS -Uprighta.... '..'!. (O.no uo tl&O.OO ilorduu, large size. tT.oxinio $200.00 hentM low Cartage free tbls week JHmiHJN'H. 19 Fifth av.. bet. uotb and 21stjU. LABdK asoiluii ut,allghllyu.ed,teuto$13n: rent $8; nialllnaUllmenta.-OuvrterBrus.. 18K. 14th St. BABOAIXS.-Now upright pianos, tl2S; Bohmer, Htelnwa)-; saillll.es. WINTK11KOTI1, 106 Kaat 141b st. and 114 5th av POPI'LAK PEAHaC PIANOS. illll West :iil St., near Hth av. Direct from factoiy to purehuaerat prlcen that defy competition; easy terms, bargains in slightly need pianos, $.'i0 up. Call or Bend for catalogue. RELIABLE Connor pianos, guaranteed high grade; medium price.; easy terma; renting, exchang Ing, repairing. East 4'2d. ludttKKi Chancra. MEW YORK SUM OFFICE, NEWARK, N. J. ADVKBTIHEBS MAT LEAVE TUB1B OBDEBH AT Tli. llllOAli ST.. NIWAHK. WHERE THE HAMK CAUE AND ATTENTION WILL BE SHOWN AH AT MAIN UFftCE. TEITILYliNCKACTlTirNOD8Ti887old ea tabliahed, including patents for u years to come; no competition; paturue of all kinds, splendid machinery; chauos eeldum ottered in this line of business; price $15,o0o; unincumbered; investigate this elegant opportunity; profits yearly, $20,000 to $fi0,O00; machinery and slock on hand is valued at t40,OO0; you cau call and see sain tiles at our office. MoDoNALI) A WIUOINH, 140Naaaau. A COB.NEB SALOON located in Brooklyn, price only t&oO: leaae 6 yean; rent tOS monthly; selling account other business. Mi DONALD A WIOOINS, 140 Naaaau AHTATIONEHV BTOHE. Iliooklyu; price $400. In cluding paper route, rcaaons selling, ill health and leaving Brooklyn; for particulars, apply McDONALD A WIOXilNB 140 Nassau. AN OLD ESTABLISHED KkPBKHS BCSINE88 lo cated downtown dry gooda distrii t-iui ludlug flue trade, good horses aud wagons; or ce $2,.i0O. McDONALD A wToQINB. 140 Naaaau. PBINTINO at a tew hours' notice; 10,000 circulars 1. cants smi billheads, 41lc. per 1,'Mio. ElX.Alt ranting and sfATioNknvcir)., r. westanth st. Bmtnu IF you want a patent quick, call or write to LA WVEK. room 93. 65 Liberty at., N. T. 1 PATENTS for luw-nUou. procured promptly; low rates BOEllKK A lllllEShN. H2 Naaaau si., NT. EaUbllahed 164. Jrrturr. LIBERAL CLUB, 220 EAST 15THSt Open inevUAge every rriday ovu. for lectures and debate. This Oct. 7. a lecture on " Brain. Mind and Free Moral Agency." by Prof E. 0. TutUe. sHenepUeua Uluatiatioua. All ar. welooaae. THE Exposition of Imported Costumes is continued in full beauty to. day. We desire to acknowledge with gratitude the innumerable kind things that have been said and written of it, so many, so kind and so diversified that a public acknowledgment is a manifest duty, individual acknowledgment being regrettably impossible. The Exposition, as such, cannot be continued indefinitely, but the mercantile showing is no less important, and is a matter of permanence. The former is but an index of the latter. The commercial showing is not so exquisitely rare, nor labeled with such famous names. But it is larger, less costly, and just as great ao evidence of superiority. The same judgment that chose the imported gowns has chosen the five-dollar jackets. The same mercantile power that brought here the ex clusive designs of the most exclusive producers in the world has collected the suits and capes and the costumes for the every-day demand. Sweet Little ST" "T"S Dress-Oood. T 2 Bargains reductions that are as welcome just now as they are unexpected. One is the cancella tion of certain orders that left quan tities of goods in the hands of some importers; we took them. Another is a speculation in dress goods that turned out unfortunately for the speculator. It would have been even worse for him, if we hadn't come to his help. Those are the causes. Here are the results: At $3 yd- Silk-and-wool bayadere corded Velour ; imported to tell at $3.50. At $2.50 yd. Satin itriped corded Velour; imported to tell at $3. At $2 yd. French nuteUtaw Cheviot, in brown, garnet, dahlia, green, nary bine, tan and sentry blue; imported to sell at $3.50. At $1.75 yd. Mohair mixed self-colored Velour Cords ; imported to tell tt $2.25. At $1.75 Two-toned Zebeline Cheviot; Im ported to tell it $2.25. At $1.75 Camel't-btiT Cheviot Velour; Im ported to sell at $2.25. At $1.25 yd. Two-toned Jacquard Epmg line; Imported to sell at $1.50. At $1 Fancy Check Cheviot; imported to sell at $1.50. At $1 yd. Silk mixed Brilliants; imported to tell at $1.25. At $1 Illuminated matelatte Cheviot; im ported to tell at $1.25. At $1 yd. Melange Sail Cloth; Imported to sell at $1.25. Rotunda. Dl , . . The former we BrlankenS,nd buy,-and from Down QulltS maker8 we know. They are honest blankets, clean and soft. Besides, our enormous buying permits selling them at low prices. How low you may judge by these : BLANKETS At $3.50 a pair Fine quality white; 70x80 in. ; 5 lbs. At $4 a pair Fore wool filling on light spool cotton warp; 72x84 in. ; 5 lbs. At $5 a pair Extra large white blankets, beautifully finished; 78x86 in. ; 6 lbs. $8 a pair Genuine California blankets ; pure wool, both warp and filling; 78x86 in. ; 7 lbs. DOWN QUILTS These we make, simply because we couldn't buy them satisfactorily. We import the down, and clean and prepare it in our own factory. In the manufacture of these we make a saving, and thus offer our product to you at much lest than usual prices. A fine down quilt covered with prettily figured sateen, 6 feet square, at only $3.75. About 50 small quilts, crib sire, made np of remnants from the making of larger ones, at $1.25 each; 3x4 feet Third floor. Real Shell Combs and Real Bargains yesterday a big, well assorted lot, too, but when the goods are seen and the prices learned, they'll doubtless dis appear quickly enough. Quoting a few prices : Round Combs, $1 to $1.75. Side Combs, fine teeth, 25c. to 40c. pair. Pompadour Side Combs, 35c. to $5.50 pair. Neck Combs, 75c. to $2.75 each. Pompadour Combe, 85c to$2.75 each. Empire Combs, plain and fancy, $1 to $4.75 each. Shell Hair Pint, 5c. to $3. Broadway. . a . - Told youyester A ale of y o the very DOOKS In Sets unusual values offered in this sale. This is a little reminder not to delay in making your selections. Quantity was great, but so are the bargains. Macaulay's History of England, 5 vols., 90c. Ruskin, Bulwer Lytton, Conan Doyle, Washington Irving and many others at proportionately little prices. The Book Store, Ninth street The Fame of two yew The Princess May JJJJ-J come the best known glove in the United States. But, then, it is easy to be prominent when alone, and the Princess May is alone in this, It is the only real kidskin glove on sale at a dollar in the whole country. It is better than the Paris five-franc gloves. It is better than nine-tenths of the dollar-and-a-half gloves sold in America. As a matter of fact, it is itself a dollar-and-a-half glove, brought down to the dollar price through tremendous transactions. We have just registered the "Prin cess May" in France. One of the biggest stores there tried to get pot session of it. We get these gloves in thousands of dozens at a time by almost every steamer that leaves Havre for this country. The stock is kept complete in sizes, colors and fastenings. Our mail order friends will do well to give this glove a trial. Here's a list that will help you : Women's Princess May, glace kid, in white, black, tans, modes, grays, browns, pearlt, reds, creams, greens, blues, mostict. In buttons and claspt. Women's Princess May, suede, in tans, modes, grays, brown, black, mostict. In buttont ana clasps. Misses' Princess May, kid, in white, black, tans, browns, pearls, modes. In buttons. Tenth street. The "Why" off Our ncns J Clothing Business common. sense both insist that a self-interested invitation should be backed by a good argument. We ask men to buy their clothing here. Men who have not been here naturally ask "Why?" This is why; because we offer you more, for less. A common place claim, especially in clothing matters, but the Wanamaker state ments may be taken seriously and literally. We do not use half-measures in anything. We do the clothing bus iness, like all our other branches, with all our might and main. And the same power and command that place us at the head in other lines, place us at the head in clothing lines. Isn't that a fair argument ? If you desire demonstration, find it in these: SUITS FOR MEN At $12 A specially good line of busmen suits in fancy cheviots; alto in blacks and bluet. At $15 Stylish suits, well made and dura ble; particularly good sellers; splendid assortment; the kind for which you've been paying $18 and $20. You may go higher, certainly up to $30. High-class, dependable clothing, whatever the price. SUITS FOR BOYS Few houses, if any, give at great attention at we do to this branch of the clothing busi ness. We're better equipped this Fall than ever to cater to the needs of the boys. Style, durability, low price depend on all these it all timet here. The latest double breasted vests and the high-cut single breasted sorts In excellent assortment Prices on suits begin at $7.50 a hand tome suit for that money; up to $20, if you care to go to high. The $10 and $15 kinds are unusually attractive offerings. 13 to 19 yean. Men of small stature can be fitted in this class of clothing to good advantage. Second floor. Fourth avenue. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts., N.Y. tSxruritins. MAUCH $ QLEN CHUNK. I 0N0K0. AND SWITCHBACK. UNUAY, OCTOBEtt 0. LEHIGH VALLEY SYSTEM XL-arts for BwltWilm k can be uurrbaaed on the train for r.o nent. extra. Train will leave West .'.Id at. at 7 :.'0 A. at.. Cortlaudt or besbrosaea at at M:1S A. M., Ilr.oklyn Annex, foot of Fulton St.. at Hill, A. H. For further particulars apply at Lehigh Valley Ticket unite, and at laatern VaasetigcrOtbi . , :t:.r, B'way. D K.K.I' OKA HHHl.NO DA1I.V.-AI. KOSTF.lt. safe iron steamer AMOUCK, fan: r.uc.i list St.. E. It . 7 2ft". Battery, 8:OA; runs winter and aummer. DICKF 8K.A FIBH1MO. Steamer FOSTER, Sundsya, Tuesuai saud TuulsJsv., from East ISM St., 7 .4.'., Battery llll fare 7f.i., with bait. IHHK.llet ItN'B BOMB. -Steamer AHOLBBi wonder--Tfulluugruu. aoetnpa; why? baeketiul aud strings besides; codfish, eeabass, poisjles. lloga, bLtckBsh and Aukssi ThursAay catch as aenal all they waaUd wad a great aassv Baswsi old nlaaUe pilot. Al eatte. excursion. FOLIAaiTEXCURSION t ERIE RAILROAD. $1.50 CMB0IB1LE. Pi., and Return Via Uoneadale and the wonderfnl GRAVITY RAILROAD. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 12, 1191. Beyond Honesdale a ride of forty miles by inclined plaiu-s through an rver-changlug panorama aur rouuded hy gorgeous autumn leaves. All for 8I.6O, Special train leaves West 2nd at. 7:r.ft A. M., Ohenv beraat. ami A. at.. Jersey t ity M:I7 A. M. nsturslng leaves Csrbondale4:0o P. M. same day. WEST POINT, NEWBURGH AND POUGHKEEPSIE. "SEW 1IIHK" and ''ALBAJJI From llrooklYii, Fulton Ht. ihy Auuei) o a . " New York, Uesbros.es Ht. l'ler 8:40 " Ntw York. West 2id Ht. l'ler ... .. W Hi turning, dm in Xjw York ''?;.,-, HIIKSIM. sfil.i ArTKIlNOON ONCERT8. Bcgular Excuniloiis uutil October 15. 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