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fR if ' 10 , I'HE SUN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1898.
I ( Twice-Told Tales
I And A New One-Dress Goods
IS, THIS is Chapter II. of the French Wool Twills. Chapter I. was printed
w ft y day before yesterday. There were a little more than 5,000 yards
jv then; thre are a little more than 1,000 yards now.
r Wt S ou ra" e ds "Whipcords," and so does almost everybody. We
1$ W -' not' because wc try to De accurate about such things. They are heavy,
fei k is firm, all-wool fabrics, resembling, but not so heavy as, a real whipcord.
Wfr I No matter, you have always been glad to pay a dollar a yard for them.
MM V Take these at FIFTY CENTS A YARD. In black and 10 colors.
If ii jc Then here are some very popular goods with a very unfortunate name,
m i, they are called "Potato Sacking." It is a rough, but not a coarse weave
$1 R in black. It has a fine cheviot finish, and quite rich and handsome enough
as j! ; f live down its name. Forty-seven inches wide.
M l The $1 grade for 45c. a yard.
mW The $1.50 grade for 50c. a yard.
f,' m And, lastly, these all-worsted black Serges, with a satin Bayadere
tm Mr F, stripe, a quietly effective material, and one stylish and not too common.
'W W ! "he same that have retailed all the season at $1.25 a yard
I For Fifty Cents a Yard.
u H I They are 50 inches wide.
In tc j Made in Paris
Golf and from Scotch
Steamer Capes goodS( or the
most part, some are from London,
some from Berlin. All the French
made ones are in our own styles,
none of them are shown elsewhere.
This is the second shipment. The
first met with a reception that aston
ished us. A cablegram, and these
new ones came quickly.
In the materials used, the heaviest
and softest sort of Montagnacs is
chief. The colors are black, navy
blue, steel gray, tan, brown and
Then, the plaids, either inside or
outside, or both, as you choose.
You can find nothing so handsome
as these in New York, and they are
not expensive. One of the hand
somest for $18. Others, richer and
heavier, at $21.50 to $25.
We have the domestic capes, also,
and quite worthy of companionship
with their foreign cousins. $9 and
Eecond floor, Broadway.
MPnis An overcoat para
iricu a graph that means
uvercoats much( and may be
accepted literally.
' The best garments for the money
At $15 Of black and Oxford frieze j wool
lined; satin shoulders; raw edge seams;
very serviceable and good-looking.
At $20 Of black and Oxford frieze; whole
back; wool and satin lined ; raw edges; lap
seams. Very stylish.
At $20 Of black and Oiford cheviot; 38 in.
long ; welt seams ; lining of farmer's satin ;
satin sleeve lining; serviceable and stylish.
At $25 Of Oxford; and black Vicunas; de
cidedly stylish ; lined throughout wjth heavy
silk; velvet collars. Some clothiers ask
$35 for same goods.
At $30 Of Oxford Melton; silk lined; raw
edge seams. Best custom tailors would
charge at least $45 for its equal.
In better grades, up to $50.
The"Wanamaker" w,e, hav
Boys' Suits 'olfnaf df
J m a n y of
these suits since their first mention,
and have reason to be glad that we
put our own name to them. We
don't do that to every-day articles.
Made from all-wool cheviots, and
made as you seldom see suits for
boys made, as you never see low
priced suits made. The buttons are
double-stayed ; the seams are double
Btitched with silk ; seat and knees are
double ; lining is double-warp ; every
thing is doubled and strengthened
except the price
Five Dollars
Second floor. Fourth avenue.
A Reasonably Jf3'8 ours
Priced h s also a pure"
Hnteo . store.
Candy Store So yyou
make a mistake in purchasing here.
As aa example of purity and low
price, take our assorted chocolates,
selling now at 20c. They're our
regular 30c. goods, but even at the
latter price they're 10c. to 30c. a
pound cheaper than at other stores.
High Grade Two lots are
But LOW-Priced offered here
Tooth Brushes both of them
good kinds.
Four-row French tooth brushes, at
only 15c. And the well known
Kent English tooth brush, at 25c.
Tnth street.
A New Glove lt is 'ntroduced
tu a if. t0 its New York
"TheRoyale" cr;tics this morn-
ing. There's a windowful on Broad
way. You will hear a great deal of
this glove, and you will like it. These
we are showing are pique suede, with
two 'clasps. Colors are tans, modes
and grays and black. The gloves are
made with the patent-cut thumb that
dispenses with any seam between
thumb and palm, and makes putting
on easy, and fit smooth and sure.
$1.50 a Pair.
Broadway.
Flannelette T'5 n excel:
Night Gowns lent .f sortmen ?
prettily made night
gowns here of solid colored and
striped flannelette. You're not asked
to pay much for these. One kind
at 65c. , a, neat garment of good qual
ity, too. Others are 75c, 85c,
and up to $1.75. At the last men
tioned price a gown of very heavy
goods, attractive, and a very good
value.
Second floor. Fourth avenue.
About Low-Priced B"e "
Lillian Corsets TZ
this make of corsets with prices from
$1.25 to $21. The kind at $1.25 is
certainly an exceptionally good value
for a fine imported corset. It's of
white and drab jean, long waist, high
bust; trimmed with lace. At $1.50,
one of fine coutih And at $2, one
of excellent French "coutil, sateen
strips. A jine sateen corset at $2.25.
Second floor. Tenth street,
Fire-Place Lbri;htly p!l
p..-.,i.-k: ,sned brass, and
Furnishings of wrought iron
in numerous designs. A collection
of all things pertaining to fire-place
furnishing, and all moderately priced.
These are in brass :
Andirons, at $3 to $65.
Fenders, at $4.25 to $19.50.
Fire sets and stands, at $5.50 to $12.
And these of wrought iron :
Andirons, at $2.50 to $135. -Fenders,
at $6.75 to $21.50.
Fire sets, $3.50 to $22.50.
Some gas logs at $3.25 to $7, and
portable fire grates, at $3 to $23.50.
Basement.
Dainty Little Books ?
At 25c. Each
edition are represented many famous
authors. A trade opportunity, and
the lot comes to us. Publishers in
tended them to be 50c each. Our
price is 250. They're nicely bound
in extra quality cloth, with photo
gravure on cover.
A particular list follows :
Abba Oonttantln. Halovy
Drowning-, Mr. (Selrctlona.)
Browning, Robert. (Selection.. 2 ol.
Bryant's Early Foeni. Burns. (Selections.)
llyron. (Selections.) Fade It. Hand
Cranford. Mrs. Uaikell
Emerson' . Kuyi. 2 vol.. Eplo of Iladei. Morris
Ethirs of the Du.t. Buskin. Favorite Foetus
Heroes aud Hero Worship. Carlyle
Home of Seven Oablra. Hawthorne
Idyll, of the King. Tennyson
In Memorlaiu. Tennyson. Keata. (Selection..)
J-)' of the Lake. Scott. Leila Itookh. Moorii
Light of Asia. Arnold. Lueile. Meredith
Louksley Hal), etc. Tennyson
Longfi How's Volet, of the Night
Nature: Addre... eU Emerson
Paul and Virginia. St. Pierre. Pne'e Poems
Plls rtm'a l'rogren. Uuuyan. l'oa'a Talra
Prliiceaa. Teuiyraoii, yuoen ot tbs Air. Ituikln
IU-pro'entatlve Men. Emeiann
Bartor lteaartu. Carh-le. Hh.lley. (Selection!.)
Scarlet ltl.r. Hawthorne
Seaanie aud Ullf . Itu.klu
Tales from Sbakeapeare. lamb
larLrln on the All... Dau l.t
Whltller'. Karl)-1'oemi
Wunliwortb. (Brlrctloaa.)
The Book Store, Ninth street.
ti JOHN WANAMAKER
EB; I Fonnerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts.
K1 , guaiitritK ffilmurfg.
HHb i A PIlOCEnV, locaUd moit vromlnent corner In
g, r MyrUaav.,Drooklyni prlca only S2,t,0o, Inilud-
K ' UK hor.o and wauou; now dolns tiooi buiineaii
IHalB', r ttoeipta f SOO weakly: reaaons of aefllni;, coins out
MtBrr if bualneaai full uarilculart. Auulr
HK; McDOMAIJ) A WUIQIKB, 10 MtMiu.
HH, f, A LOAN wanted of l.OOO: money amply .ecured
;1K i, by chattel inortitaue: butlueaa now In opera-
'lB, I' UOD, located untowiii uartleulara. Apply
K. J McDOKALD t WlUUIXrf, 140 Mia.au.
HB f A aAItTNERwantid wlthtlOOOO; mannfarturlnn
VlK -- Vlanoas mouey to be uaed In mauufacturiue:
1, j gentleman who dcalrea tha vartner ha had an yuan'
..'.'c-;'' aiparlencei rull partlculara. Apply
jK j McllONALD WlUUIWa. 140 Naaaan.
HraaHr A EE3TAUIUNT located on 28d at., eletmlly
H !K,' J equipped, now dolns splendid bualneai. prlca
,'JK, only M.OOOi receipt. Slio d.llr. Apply
IB( cPftNALl) W10Olri6. WOKiaaau,
H 'Hf, A PATENT VENTIIATftlli prloa only ll.OOOi
'IK aomelblnK that will stand Inve.tljaUna-.
;:K , . UclHlNALO Ji VflUaUSB, ico Kuua.
MMHBwuwtrirwx. ...... . : tu it.1!.1 'm.-mvj,;.'.
CxniMtcna.
pxpKIXENT FISHrNO.-8Uarflr FOBTElTflun
it JBd".V TS?j5"'l''..w",u"'1J. ThuSdaTV from
wm.82b'cftVib.ft,tr,r' B:J0 t'uv- '" l-'
F'UJBnJ'? " S""" ANOLER ThuradayTplaniy
A- codnab, aea btai, blackllan, llni, and euni i era
- . - .. Ali. rOSTEIt.
insuisq-Bleamer ANQLEB, dally, eioei.t Mou.
ida, ., 600,, 3t at.. 'e. B..7i2l Batter?.
SM- Ah. yoSTEU.
gUilUutru nud StwmaUlag..
FS- "Wi dlrecl. tnta m" t wblaal
inf vmK r'i1. ifpVr?dV acnanid. HUDSON
BAT l UIl CO.. 68 Went aid at, near nth ar. ,
STff .,ue?i i0', .el5f tM Into faahlonabla
garment at lowtit prleti. .
AUltkjCB-6, 1X1 Teat SBUiaU
Upholstery Dept.
Fourth Floor.
Cotton Derby Portiisres, n
vnrlety of oIors mid de-
Sn.OO per pair;
Formerly Bl.UB.
IonbIc-fnced French Ar
inure Portieres, suitable for
llnll, Library or Dining
Itoom Drnperles,
8. 7 5 and 80.50 per pair.
About lOO Sinjjlc Portieres,
odd pieces. Arinnrc, Sa
tin Derby, Lninballe, and
plain Vclour, nt one-half
the usual price.
James McCreery & Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
Gloves.
On Ifrldny and Saturday,
November 4tli nml flth.
Street CJIoves, Plqu6 sewn ;
and real Kid or Suede, fine
quality, 4-biittou. Colors t
Tan. mode, brown, grey,
pearl, 'white and black,
81.00 per pair.
James McGreery& Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
mp piiNTfc Fine Jenttubb
THANKSGIVING!
Tl8 tho B(unn for kindling; the flro of
hospitality consequently yon nrert ono
of our novel Ior: stools In rich Flemish Oak
for J6.0O. Or a big. Htroup;, serviceable
wood box- simple, yet finely finished, at
$8.(50. Smaller boxes, a triflo richer of
finish, would make most felicitous Rifts to
Inhabitants of dens or studios.
Many dollchtful things that you would
not think of till you seo them are here.
Better eomo and seo the plainly mnrked
factory prices and you will decide to
"BUY OFTHE MAKR"
Geo. G.FLint Co.
43.45 ahd 47 WEST 23?ST.
NEAR BROADWAY.
factory; 154 and IS6 west I97stp.eet
gjunusfnunTS.
p7i"c continuous" "'""Tfi?-
ALRVflS I'ERFOllMANCEP. M. 3dv. ,
BlOBLKltT KIll,LIAEiB.
nE8SIE BONEH1LL. ORKAT KA1U. '
THE NAW.N8, POLK AND KOLI.IK8. XIAniK
WILMA, M. FELIX'S niDINO nADOON, BLOOM
AND COOPER. WAnOKAPJl. NIEIEN SIbTEIlS,
Q EORGE E. AUSTIN . Many others.
Q-1'Oi'UI.AK l'KICES-agr., BOr.
PRdRTIlR'S Continuous Performance. ??."
MAGGIE CLIME.
JOIIN W. IIAXSONK CARON & HBRHRRT.
MILTON AND DOLLY NOBLES.
TIM CRONIN, FOY AND CLARK. THREE nOSSI
BROS.. DEKTS ND DON, JUNO SALMO, WAR
OHAP1I, KESfOR AND BENNETT. J. H. SHEPLEY,
CHARLOTTE BAY, CllOSB AND HOLDEN, FIELDS i
ANDdALINA. MuUndid BIk Bill I
3-PP0I.AIl PUICK8-S8o.,B0r.
TAMERICAN42;
ai-i-VCASTLE SaOPERA CttBTAVL
ROIM JULIET sIm
rRa.8:in2Sc.,60.,7Ac,Il.Mata.l.louRe.iieata2So.
NEXT WEEK-THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE.
Special Election Day Mat. Tuea., Nov. 8.
LYCEUM --aIH5: SOTHERN.
Matlneea Tburad.r and Bat., alo Xnea. at 3.
A COLONIAL OIRL
A COLONIAL GIUL
KEITH'S CONTFoSNDTsoTxBfM?IAN0E-
BtLBaliBII W Balconies. 25c AdraUalon, BOa
Front Orchestra, 76c. Box Beata, tl.OO. Boiea Itea'd.
UAilRY WOODRUFF. OIIAS. T. KLLIS ft BIO BILL.
1IIOUBAPH: CORONATION OF WILHELMINA.
flRAIMn OPERA CABLE CARS PASS
UnAIVLI HOUSE. TUB DOOU.
To-Nlglit. Neit Week.
"TKMIKST JAMES O'NEILL
TOSSED. ' In MONTB ORISTO.
Mat Saturday. Itra Matinea Eltotlon Par.
KOSTER & Bl AL'S. jgfc&
XTIIA MATINEEi SIB ANDY DEBOOIJAOK.
ELECTION LAST tVEEK-IN OOTIUM.
DAY. I FOBElcm VAUDEYILLB BTARB.
KNICKEltnoOKIiR, li'war and 88th at.
VIOLA E,'--. 8llB- Mata.Wad.asdSat.
A I I FM 'riIB CHRISTIAN
sHaUaU&IM EXTRA MAT. ELEOTION DAY.
Murray ytfiS": mat. every day.
innuo05NELYa"6oTUI?TenNlln1
STOCK. COMPANY. WEEK. bUnrUOlUW.
HORfiP The aate of boiea to member, and
"" atockholderaoDlr irlll Uka nlaca
C U nUf ' tll afternoon at 0:30 o'clock, U
3I1UW the Concert Hall ot
TUB 31ADIHON MQUAUK OARBEN.
I"0 IUn 3- ruitFOHMANCKS.
1S:80 TO 1 1 1. M. SEATS 20 AND SO CENTS.
MORION t nEVEI.LE. LIZZIE RAYMOND.
WILLIAMSON li STONE. QDETTA A! SEYMUUB.
14TH ST THEATRE, cor. nth ar. Mata.Wed.A- Sat.
it i u i . Uaaerred Orch. Circle or Balconr. BOo.
Mi.TSaS&r. CHAUNCEY OLCOTT
Lait Tlmai of SWEET INNISOARHA.
RASINflll Iaat 2 NlifhUI Mr. DAN DALY k
unainu 1 1 it ji,,, to-morrow. Tha Belle of Hi Y.
The New Uualcal Play,
SAT. NOV. 13, "A llitiiseraua Maid."
bent ttale now lu prutcreia.
linOADWAVTirKATltK, Et.. BiI5. Sat. Mat.a.
LAST TWO WEEKS OF
FRANCIS WILSON and Company.
THE LITTLE CORPORAL.
A. HAM T. JACK'S Theatre,
H3 B'war and 20th it.
IV 2 "I0 BUOWtt EVERY DAY. i AND 8.
AM The Mock Turtle. A Warm Reception,
l, Olowiug lloture.. SO Matchle..Voiuen7
UIDI p M OPEltA YANKEE
nAltbCIVl HOUSE. DOODI.K
Ern. b:20. Mat. 2:16. DANDY.
Nt Week-TUE LlUPDTIAN8ln,'Tm! GOLDEN
nORSESHOE." HaU. Tuea., Wed., and Bat.
THE WORLD IN WAX. am n NEW WAR OROUPB.
JElJZHEllSr WfTJSDHID.
Qeirthe OriJ.Mu.lc. BaW CjXKlIATOURAFU.
MANHATTAN THEATRE. " " o?w
rnnnnnllrin asdand B'war, CO?Sv5l
7Mh. Bour.,MonTlrTRTr iSWffi?
Mat. Eleojn Bar. J "i -aS?
STAT? MAUIK WAINWRIGHT, Oal. IBc.'
Oi.AXb. EAST LYNNE. Bl. 3Bc.
Next week The Ftotiu of Mr, Freih. Orcb.&uo.
nPWFV ISHAM'S OCTOROONS.'
halUIn Ererr Evening at Sill).
Untmt J Matloaee Wed, aud Bat, at 2.
'IJVIVO I EverrErenlnjrand Baturdar Mat.,
?.. MOI0U8LEUTir'(lioui people)
TUKATIUi. Oemidr In 8 acU by SchoentCau.
A
'' i" (
crougtmtntn.
PCAKNKGIK HA LI;.
HILHARMONIC WUl
,,.... l"s-Flftf.aTnth Saa.on lsoti.
WMII. PAUIt.... CONDUCTOR.
I'lrat Publlu Itnlirnraal, Frjdar, Nor. 4. at 2 P.M.
I Irit Concert. Batnnlar, Nor. b, at 8:15 P. IS.
HOLOISTEt
MISS ADKLK H HER OHK.
PllOOIUMMKl
Overture, "Bonreniito Cellini" , Berllai
ttonccrto for Piano, No, 2, II flat major Biahma
, 3I1S1 ADKLH AUHDUU OI1U.
Brmi'hou)-. No. 7, A major..., Beethoven
Siibiorlptlona for Eight Pnbtlo lteheanala or Oon
rtitafrontt&tolM. flotea $80 and $100.
Sr$U for .Ingle Rehearaali or Ooncerta from 7BO.
to 1 1. Bei $12 and SIS, tleneral Admtaiton II.
Cholco Beata and Doiee for Oonoerta "till for aale,
Uui OOit'ft open ilnllr from O to a.
AU(I, itOKllllELltX. Btoiel.ry.
FlrSt CA"Ni:oiniIALL,Nnr.0,nt8lla,
Popular EmllsPaur
Sunday Symphony Orchestra
Concert. kminrnt soloists.
llei. Beata, 2oc, LOe., 780. Boie.. $n.
DlreoUon VICTOR THRANK. Knabe Mano uaed.
, .. OAltNKQin HALL.
Wed. Aft, Mov. I), and Thuradar Erg., Nov. 10.
Boston Symphony Orchestra,
Mr. Gerlcko, octor. Rosenthal.
Ticket, at box ofDce and Tr.on'a (Cth Av. Hotel), at
regular prlcra.
OAKItltVUEATRE, 27th it. A- MadUonar.
"' auil Evenlrjca, 7iaS. M.U.13.
CIUBLE8 FROHMAN. . . ......'. ... ..... ".. .Manager
TO-NIOHT AT 7t5,
MR. RICHARD
MANSFIELD
CYRANO DEWBERGERAC,
BY
F.DMOND RO'ITAND.
ONLA" MATINLE SATURDAY AT 8 P. M.
Beata noweelllnir for the remainder of rujaiemeut,
which terminate Katurdar. Nov. 3l.
SPECIAL THANK8Q1V1NQ DAY MATINEE.
EMPIRE? THEATRE, Broadww i 0th .t.
,w,,,rl" Evenlnga.HillS. Mtiuee,2ilB.
CHARLES FROHMAN .. .. Manager
" The Llare " haa caujht on here aa lt did in Lon
don. Herald.
, Air. Charles Frohman pre.enta
rVlR. JOHN DREW
In Unry Arthur Jonrs'iiCoincily,
THE LIARS.
XTRA MATINEE ELECTION DKY.
Matineea Wedneaday and Sattinlar.
RARRIRK THEATRE, nstti t near Broadway,
Ultnnibn Kdnlnpt, H:ir.. Matinee.. 3:1ft.
Hoyt k MrKee, Le..e.. Charlca Fwhman.Jtanaircr,
MATINEES WFDNE8DAY AND SATURDAY.
"AN INDISPUTABLE SUCCESS ' -Herald.
ANNIE RUSSELL
AND GREAT CAST, PRESENTING
CATHERINE.
XTRA MATINEE ELFCTION DAY.
ST. NICHOLAS
etlth St., Writ, near Columhu. Ave..
OPENS FOR THE SEASON
Sat.. Nov. 5th, IOA. M.
Admission no cent. 8k at a frrc.
Music. Perfect Irt ,
MADISON SQUARE Tn5.ne.rnw.r.
"ift ON
become nn
historical." Timea. Wntt
Xtra Matinee Election Day. a"x'u u U lu
Eranlnaa. 8:80. ffB V W
Saturday Matinee; Jm JC o
afatr L 4 THEATRE. B'war 28Ut si.
SaaEaVZfWP Eteninee. S:15. Bat Mat. 2:SO.
X EDWIN KNOWLES Manamr
tJ JOSEPH JEFFERSON cco0mmpa.
WEEK THE I;I -ALS.
Com. Hon.. Nov. 7. I ELECTION DAY MATTNEB
RI1 VAN WINKLE I T1IK RIVALS.
Boi ofllce open dally a A. JL Mr. Ward. Treaa.
ACADEMY nthStandrrlneHace.
E. O. Ollmore k Ensrene Tompklna, Props. 4 M(r.
MATINEE ELECTION DAY.
SPnRTBNG oFn&s.
OrUOleDlvU Prices 26c, 60c., 75c. $1.
. gran Mats. Wed. &Bat.2;Ev. HUB.
I I Bala Souvenlra I MOV.
LSrh coth Performance. 16th.
weber a fields' ffits'sssAX'S:
HUILY BURLY,
FIRST GENUINE BURLESQUE OF THE SEASON,
CYRANOSE DE BRIC-A-BRAC,
With Full Strength of the All-Star Stock Co.
WALDORF-ASTORIA 25ert.
Thursday mnrntns, Nov. 10, at 11,
Mr. J. P. Poml announce, the only II r 11 AI I P1IIJC
a-ipcarance in New Tork of Wit HULL UAIIICf
hi will deliver hi. novel lecture a spoken novel
entitled " HOME. SWEET HOME."
Reserved eat. $2 oo. Admission at the door tl.OO.
For sale at Waldorf newsstand.
HWL J"erald Square I ..Notllln(r
Theatre, loth st. ,,
aincV B'war. Ev'es fnnnlsr on
J0r9 R.ir,. Stats. Wed. the atae."
. r V nnt h,t- 3,,n- Sun.
"Fiftieth (souvenir) performance MoniiayTovTT?'
WALLACK'S. no98:.b.
6iicn:ss REPEATED.
JULIA ARTHUR.
Preaentin, A LADY OF QUALITY.
SPHCIALMATINKE ELECTION DAY.
IILIOU. F.ve'BR!20. Mats. Wed. k Rat. Ijut B times
HAM BERNARD In the I Alice Atherton
MARQUIS OF MICHIGAN. and Bn-at cast.
NEST MONDAY. ItlAV In her latest
NOV. 7, IVI success.
Anient to Urn ininilnj KATE KIP,
anduuvhfor, InWIIg BUVER.
Scats now selling.
Hurtle Is I1ARLE3I Mats. Wed. t Sat Bal. 26c.
Bearaon'a Mmlo Hall. Orchestra Ire.crved). BOe.
.IAH. J. CORBETT. GUB WILLIAMS and others,
COLUMBUS rasPrrWALL.
Next Week A Brace of Partridges, Original Co.
ffrooltliin. cfrttiijattrntntii.
&s MOHTAUK. g'aSi
This week. Only Matinee Sat. (Eve. prices.)
"The hest presented here lu years' World.
ALICE NIELSEN EF,UA
inthe FORTUNE TELLER.
A Oreat, Blc, Tnneftl Hit.
125 PIMPLE. FEMALE DRUM CORPS.
NEXT WFFK Matinees
"M ' nttl Klactjon Day and Sattirdsr.
RETURNS READ FROM STAGE KLEC1ION NIOIIT.
10TU ANNUAL TOUR OV C1IAS. PROUMAN'S
EMPIRE THEATRE CO.,
from the Empire Theatre, N. V.,
Preaenilnijthe triumph of Its last N. V. seaion,
THE CONQUERORS.
OCQLllMRIA Every Evening.
IsULUmniH. NeiiMat.Sat.
THE LILIPUTIANS
In the Beit Spectacular Produo
lion In ears.
The Golden Horseshoe.
Neit Week. Hoyfa Happiest Hit,
A DAY AND A NIU11T.
cftnfliug JVotfls aud SCrjstnumntjf.
HOTEL EMPIRE,
HOULEVARD i 03 1) ST., NEW YORK.
A Modern Fireproof Family Hotel of the
lint class, conducted ou tha American and
Europeim plans, for tlio accommodation of
those who want the best at reasonable cost.
Katity and qvlcJtly acctntbU by electric, cable, and
elevalid can Jrt all parte of the city.
W. JOHNSON qUINN, Proprietor.
WINDSOR HOTEL.
Ttie Mott Comfortable la New York.
SPECIAL RATES FOR THE WINTER.
Grand Location: Entire Block on Fifth Avenue.
0TH TO 47TII STREET.
FLOODED WITH SUNLIGHT AND AIR.
rJUl'ERIOR ACCOMMODATION8.
AMERICAN H EUROPEAN PLANS.
WARREN F. LELAND, Prop,
HOTEL CECIL,
WEST IIBTD BT JD8T OTlt 7TH AVE.,
Corner of 81. Nicholas ave.
A modsrn fireproof seleet family apartment botal,
offerinu accommodations equUslent to anylnele-
Sauce ot appointment, aervlce and cuisine, at less
iu halt downtown rate.. A few choice suites of
3 aud 8 rooms and bath, furolabed or unfnrnlahed,
by week, month or annual lease. AMERICAN PLAH.
nuperbly . furnished bachelor apartment of bsd
loom, alltlo j room and bath, from 185 vcr month.
"WestUASt
C? "RELIABLE-
CARPETS
Wise Men of Gotham,
not Uiroa, but thousands, lmvo bcnutined
thMr hotrlpswlth our "neliiiblo"lmrrrnln.
ALL WOOL
Kidderminster Art Squares
Arrmge from
6 x 9 ft a:i.ro
TO
9 1 13 G ft 8.00
12 patterns In each slzo,
Bright colorings and designs both Ori
ental and floral; particularly line dining
rooms nnd bedrooms.
Our "Long Crodlt" allows you to pay
whenover convenient
CASH on CREDIT
(OWPERTHWAIT 3g.
104 106 and 108 West 14 SL
NEAR 6-?AV;
Broohlvn Stores: Flatbush Av. near IWwi St.
Wanted ,$tmnUg.
THE SUN
Harlem Branch
110 WEST 1S3TII STREET
WANTED A woman with ireneral knowledge of
the umbrella manufacturlne bnslneas toitn mil
cr town, salan and eipcnsra paid. For further In
formation apply to FOLLUER. OLOQO CO., 1
R roadway,
WANTED 80 fllllLR TO FOLD CIRCIT
I.AR.S, ALSO LPJARNERSl DAY AND
NIOIIT WOItir. AVPLY. AFTER 7 A. SI.,
IIOYD'S DISPATCH, 10 UEEKMAN ST.
"WOBKINO nOUSr.KF.EPER In club or gentle
" man's houiei servant kepti In or out of town.
KELLUM, 201) West Jilt st.
etjomtatic truamjs Wanted.
It Your Servant
needs instruction In tin
Art of Caoklaie,
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,
332 nth av., where all branches of cooklne are
taiiBht by Mri. O. Lemcke.
C" nAMBKnJIA'lDS,-irrconk7r"i35 to r,oTlaunt
dresses, kltchenmaldi, waitresses, houseworkers,
French. English. Oerman and Hwlss lalles- raalds,
nurres, 20 cooks who wash and Iron, laundresses
who do chamherwork, butlers, second and third men,
chefs, servant! In all capacities wanted Imme
diately. Mrs L. HEKLY, West 22d St.
Bervants entrance, 3ft2 nth av
tlOUTETEMT cook, waass"f 80 to $88, for small
' family llvlns at Lakewood: belt references re
onlred. Jtrs. L. HKELY, NR2 flth av.
FBENCII lady's maid; muit be thoroughly compe
tent: wages $25; best references required.
Mrs L. HKELY, 8S2 8th av.
NURBE for two children; willing to do some cham
berwork; wagea $18; for Pelbam Manor. N. V.;
must have good references.
Mrs. L. BKELY. 852 flth av.
SWEDISII cook, wagesisd, small family; best ref
erences required Mrs. L. BEELY, 862 nth av.
WANTED Man. and wife as cook and laundress!
for useful man. for family llvinsonehourfrom
New York; good wages: Protestant; Best references
required. Mrs. L. 3EELY. 352 flth av.
WAITRE8B, must be first class, wsges $20. foi
family Uvlna half hour from New York; bestref
erencea required. Mrs. L. BEELY, 852 flth av.
Wautetl SRlnleu perltnttlw, Xc.
JUBTTFTER on F.mplre typesetting machine. U
Vesey st.
SILYERSMITn, familiar with amall work, snch as
manloure goods, Ac. Applv. with references, to
the TORONTO SILVER TLATE COMPANi". Umlted.
Toronto, Canada
WANTED-A men with general knowledge of the
umbrella manufacturing buslneia to go out of
town; salary and expenses paid. For further Infor
mation apply to FOLLMKR, Cl.CKJG k CO., 414
Broadway.
Wanted annlea gliurellaueaufl.
SALESMEN For country flour and feed trade with
established article; 2& per cent, commission and
railroad fare. Addreaa with references B , box 1U1
Bun office.
ef iMt-ffilatis 2elp &tmnltt.
AFREJJOn WOMAN, capable, honest, and willing,
desires a situation as cook. Can be seen at ber
FTe.ent employer's, 145 West 68th st., where full In
ormation will be given.
I lOMPETEhT kltchenmaid would like situation with
w nrst-olass cook or chef; good references. D.
JIcX., box 5H3 Sun uptown office, 1265 Broadway.
C10OK. flood baker: willing to assist with waahTngT
' small Ironing; beit references. M. O., box 543
nun uptown omct, 1286 Broadway.
COSIPETENT laundress; good shirt, collar and cuff
lroner; best references. M. M., box C6Q Bun
uptown omce, 1205 Broadway.
("IIIAMBERMAIO and waitress: willing and obllg--'Ing;
good references. K.F., box67tiBun uptown
office, 1205 Broadway.
COMPETENT cook; wagea $25; best references.
J.W., box 683 Hun uptown ofllce, I2n6 Broadway.
371RRT-CLAB8 cooks willing to take place in city or
country; gjod references. L. 1., box 000 Bun
uptown office, 1265 Broadway
GOOD, plain family cook; nnderstande soups,
meat, vegetables, dessert., Ao.i best references.
A. 8., box 685 Sun uptown office, 1205 Broadway,
GERMAN nurse; five years in one place; excellent
references; wagea $ln to $20. L. A., box 60S
Bun uptown office, 1265 Broadway.
INFANT'S nurse; good seamstress; thoroughly com
petent; best references. L. V., box &lv bun up
tonn office, 1 266 Broadway.
AUNDRESB and chambermaid; wages $20: excel-
lent rrferenoes. J. N hex 581 Bun uptown
office, 1205 Broadway.
STENOGRAPHER. Competent stenographer and
typewriter, rapid, accurate; first-class references;
moderate salary. Address COMPETENT, box 197
Sun office.
SWEDISH laundress; thoroughly oompetant; rood
references. 11. P., box 607 Bun uptown offlcs.
1205 Broadway, '
'PIIOUOUOULY competent chambermaid and seam.
J- stress for prlvste family! best reference!. L. 0
box 677 Bun uptown office. 1285 Broadway.
AITKESB. Can carve, aerve wises, make salad
dressing. Ac; good refsrencee. N.O box too
Bun uptown office. 1206 Broadway.
OUNO girl aa waJtreas: neat, wlllina and obllg
ing; beat reference. A. U box 604 Ban uptown
office, 1215 Broadway,
iw-Clagg jgely Sffnlett.
LIOUT POUTER or janitor of apartment or office
buildings. A position desired by an Industrious
man of steady habits; nrst-class referenda furnished.
Address X. Y. Z box 200 Bun ottos.
8t. Bartholomew's prirajfT15
Employment IfflfiESSr PMlUoM
Rllrflall 311 East 43d St., )Nw
DUrCdtl. Tel. 2504 88th st, j York.
Employment Quxtnuis.
SELECT help of all capacities furnished st shortest
notice. Address Fournier's Bureau, OBH Oth ar.
oitt nnfl cgfMfl.
LOST Wednesday evening, between 45th at. and
6th ave. and aolb st. snd 7th av.. a diamond star;
liberal reward will be paid for lu return to
UK1TZ. Jeweller. 781 Oth av.
Wnnte 4 to yfh W
NEHiiEroMJnAN'nolniL
EN01NK, wlihout toller: cylinders 0 to 7 inebss
diameter. UEO. W. 1IOUAN8, 28th st and 11th ar.
S&tetus.
PATENTS for Inventions procured promptly! low
rates. BOEDER fc BUIE&KN, 83 Maeaau st-.N. Y,
EaUbllshed 1864.
IF you want a patent quick, call or write to
LAWYER, room 82, 66 Liberty st. N. T,
gRtwHnneoug.
R.IP-A-N-8. 10 for 6 cents at dnugUta. nooare,
rectauxants, saloons, news stands, nnerai stona
aad barber shops. They banish pain. Induce al
prolong Ufo. One Ktru relief,
tSeeaa JSJteamew.
AM ERfCAN LINE.
l'AMT KXIMIKSN RKUVinK.
NEW XOnK-SOUTUAillTON-LONDO.V.
Balling Wednesdays at 10 A.M.
fit. louls Nov, 10 Btlul P"-.'
Parle. .....Nov. 28 Paria Dec. 14
Ht. Paul Nov, aolSt Paul Dec. at
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK-ANTWERP
Every Wednesdsr at 12 noon,
Frlrsland . ..Nov. li.Wiisternland Nov 28
Soutuwark . . .. Nov. lOi'Keiisliigtoti Nov. no
rrtieae steamers carry only Second and Third clas
pai.eneeia at low rates. . ...,
INTERNATIONAL NAVIOATION COMPANV,
Iiersja and 15. N. II. Ofilcs, 0 Bowling llreen,
CLYDE LINE. tt
CHARLESTON. 8. 0., AND JACKSONVILLE FLA.
The tourist route to all Southern Winter Resorts,
Nassau and Cuba.
Slearaera leave Plsr 2tt, lUst lllver. 3 P. It.
SRUINOLE-Chas. a Jacks'vllle . Friday, Nov. 4
lltOOtlom-Chas ias Jacki'vlll..,.. .Mondar. Nor. 7
I'llEltOKRE-Chas. only., Wednesday. No. H
COM ANCilE-Chas. At Jacks'vllle .Friday, Nov. 1 1
For freight and passage rates and getieral Infor
mation apply to WM. P. OLYUE c CO., Oen. Agouta,
6 Bowling Oreen, Naw York.
otS'lh'n Freight and Pass, Lin, via Charleston,
T. 0. and P. Fast t"c)it and Fas. I.lue, via Jackson
vllle. TUEO. U.EUEIt, 0, A., 1176 Broadway. N, Y.
CUNARD LINE viaqukknstow'n.
From Pier 40, N. R,, foot Clarksou at.
Etrnrla . ..Nov. o. lo A.M. Uiubtl Nov.lw.ioA.M.
(rnnanla.Nov. 12. 1 P.M. I Lucanla..Nov. 20, I P.M.
VERNON U.BIlOWNtCU..Uen.Agts..4BowlIng(lreen.
compagnilT&nKtVa&antique,
DIRECT LINE TO nAVRF,-PARI8 (FRANCE).
Sailing as follows at 10 A. M.
From Pier No. 42, North River, foot Morton st,
LaTouralne Nov. f. 1 1 llretagne,.,. Nov,2M
adascogne Nor. 12 XaTouralne .. .Deo. 3
La Champagne ..Nov. IK I LaOasoogne. Dec. 10
Osn'l Agency for U.S. andean., 8 BowllngOrten,N Y.
HAMBURG-AMERICAH LINE.
Twin-Screw Express Steamers during winter on
Oerman Mediterranean Bervlce. Service to Paris,
Loudon, Hamburg, resumed in March.
TWIN-SCRE-vY rASSBNOEU SERVICE.
NEW YOIIIC-IIA.MIIUIUJ DIRECT.
Brasilia. Nor. 5, H A. M. I Pretoria, Nov. lit, P A.M.
Palatla.Nor. 1 J, 5:00 P.M. I PatriaNov. 28, 2:30 P.M.
Hnnibilrg-Amnrlcan Line, 37nronrltvny,N.Y. I
MANHATTAN STEAMSHIP-COMPANY.
NEW YORK, ROCKLAND AND BANOOR LINE.
Stenmera leave New York eery THURSDAY at 4
P. M. for ROCKLAND, CAMDEN, BELFAST. BtlCKS
FORT and BANOOR, Me., connecting with all rail
and water lines.
NKW YORK. EABTrORT ANT) ST. JOHN LINE.
Stumers leave New York eiery SATURDAY at 4
P. M. for EASTPORT, Me., direct, connecting at
EASTPORT for all polnta.
Steamers sail from Pier 1, North River. Freight
received dsily until 0 P. M. Other lines to be put
into operation shortly. All eomustlng rates prompt
ly met. N. L. NEWCOMH, General Manager,
6 and 1 1 rtroadnsr. New Ynrk.
MAINE HTBASfMHIP CO.
DIRECT LINE TO PORTLAND, MAINE.
Connecting with all railroad and steamship Hues lo
all summer resorts. S. 8. Horatio Hall (new) and
Manhattan leave pier No. 88. E. II.. foot of Market
st., every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at n P. M.
Steamers fitted with every modern Improvement for
the comfort and convenience of passengers. Tloket
offices No. 278 Broadway, corner Chamber st., and
the General Ofllce, No. 222 South st.
HORATIO HALL. O. F. A.. No, 222 South it
MORTH GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP CO.
-Iv SHOUT ROUTE TO LONDON AND CONTINENT.
FAST EXPRESS STKMERS.
Snale.Sat., Nov r,, lOA.lt. I Kais. W. I). O Nov. ir,
Lhn,Tu.,Nov.S, IOA.M. Trsve.Tu.,Nov.22,10A.M.
. OELRICH8 A- CO, 2Bowllng Oreen.
OLD DOMINION LINE.
For Old Point Comfort, Norfolk. Newport News.
Petersburg. Portsmouth, Pinner Point, Rlohmond,
Virginia Beach. Vs.. and Washington. D. C. Freight
and passenger steamers sail from pier 20, North
Riier. ecry week day, except Satnrdav, at ST. M
and Saturday at 4 P. M.
W. L. OUILLAt'DF.U. Vlcc-rresn snd Traffic Mgr.
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW YORK-QI'EENSTOWN-LIVEItPOOL.
Cymric. Nov. u, noon I Germanic .Nov. 23, noon
Msje.tlc Nov. Irt, noon I Teutonic ..Nov. Bn. noon
Saloon rates on Cymric, $50 up; Germanic, Britan
nic. $(10 up; Majestic, Teutonic. $76 up; second
cabin, $42.50 upward: third dies on Cymric, Ger
manic and Britannic, $26.60: on Majestin and Teu
tonic, $27. Revenue lax additional.
Forpanage, frelnht and general Information aprly
Jo WHITE STAR LINE.
Pier 46. North River. Office. 0 Broadway, New Ynrk.
leamooms.
Boston and New England Points,
.VIA SOUND LINES.
FALL RIVER LINK, via Newport and Fall
Rlter. Leave Pier IP, N. R foot of Warren St.. week
day only, at 6:00 P. M. bteamers rrtscllla snd Purl
tan, Orchestra on each.
MTONINOTON LINE, via Stonington Leave
Tier 86, N. R.. foot of Syring St.. week days only, at
O'OOP. M. Bteamers Maine and New Hampshire.
NORWICH LINE, via New London. Leave
Pier n. N. II., foot Spring St. week days only, at 6:80
r. M. Steamers City of Lowell and City otWorceitor.
Albany Evening Line
Steamers ADIRONDACK and DEAN RICHMOND
leave Old Pier 41. N. R foot Canal St., at H P.M.
dally (Sundavs eiceptedi, connecting with express
trains for points North. East and West
pAT8KILL. HUDSON AND COXSACKIE boatsieave
' ' font of Christopher st. every week dsy at tl P. M.
KINGSTON LINE. West 10th t.-Dii7Tp.I.,
Sstnrdays at 1. Steamers BALDWIN snd HO
MER, for Cramton's, Cornwall, Newburg. New Ham
bur:, Marlboro, Milton, Poughkeensle. Hyde Park,
Eaopus, Kingston, connecting with u. k D. R. II. for
all polnta lu Cauklll Mountains.
LONfi BRANCn AND BACK, "O0o
PATTEN LISME
AND STEADIER LITTLE SILVER
For Long Branch. Highland Beach, Seabright,
Pleasure Bay. and Asbury Park, dally except Sunday,
Leave ft W. I8tb 2:40 P. M. Battery :0.') P. M.
Jio baggage or freight received at Battery.
ASlTllRY PARK AND HACK, 80c.
V EW HAVEN LINE.-Pier 26. E. R.. BTR. RICHARD
! PECK, dally (except Sunday), at 5 P. M.
T AM8DELL LINE Steamers leave Pier 24, N. R..
-AV foot Franklin St.. for West Point, Cold Spring.
Cornwall, Flshklll Landing aud Newburg, weskdaya,
6 1. M,; Sundays, BA.M.
" . TROY nOAfsI "
FARE LOWER THAN ANY OTHER R.OI7TE
Steamer leave Weit 10th it. dally fl P. M.. except
Saturday. Sunday steamers touch at Albany.
Sailraaflfl.
Lehigh Valley System.
Stations foot ot West 28d Bt. (Penn. B. R.) Cortlandt
or Desbrosses St.
Indicates time from West 28d St. Other figure
show time from Cortlandt or Desbros.es St.
OHO. OiKO A. M. daily (Sunday 0:45, 7 A. M.) for
EA8 TON and Intermediate stations. '"
oJ'l0.10. M- a11 '"r WILKESBARRE.
BCRANTON, ITHACA, GENEVA. ROOUESTKll!
BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS and tile West and prln
clpal localpointa; dining car and chslr car toBuffalo.
XlIKO liiiOO noon dally, except Sunday,
Arrives Buffalo Mi55 P. M. Pullman Vestibule Day
Coaches and Parlor Cars. Dining Car Servlco. Meal
a la carte. Connects at Buffalo with through aleeper.
to Detroit aud Chicago.
18:60, liOO P. &. dally for EABTON, MAUCII
CHUNK.' WILKESBARRE. SCRANTON anil coal
branches. Chair car to Easton (except Saturdays
and Sun days).
3i60, 4llO P. M. dally, except Sunday, for
WILKKSBABUE, PITTSTON, SCRANTON. and prin
cipal intermediate stations. Connects for all points
J5,.J "alons, Pullman Bullet Parlor Car for
Wllkeabarr.
4i50, SiXO P, M. dally, cic.pt Sunday, for EAB
TON and Intermediate atatlons.
CHUNK and Intermediate stations.
,",(!,,00i01.!0 J"' V: d',Jr' e,cPt Bondsy, for KAS.
TON and lirindyul intermediate stations.
OiSO, fiOO i ft M. dally for BUFFALO. NIAGARA
FALLS, and all points Weit. Pullman sleeper vesti
bule train N. Y. to Chicago. Blespers to Buffalo and
Toronto. Dining Car New York to Easton.
7l0, fliOO P. M. dally, eirept Sunday, stopping
pnlyat SOUTH PLAINi'lELD, KASTON; BETHL1'"
HEM, MAUOH CHUNK, BAYHE, OKNKvA, HOCIIIJ.
TElt. BATAVIA, BUFFALO and ioitONTO. Vullniw
sl.ep.rfor Buffalo, Nona but sleeping-car passen
gers oanrted. No baa-gage carried.
SliSO, 8)30 P.M. daily for WILKESBARRE, ITU
ACA. GENEVA. ROOHESTEU. BUFFALO, NIAGARA
FALLS, and all point West. Pullman sleeper to
Chlcsgo.
Additional local trains, dally, except Sunday, for
SOUTH I'LAINFIELD. BOUND BIIO&K, aud 1 titer,
inedlst. point leave as follows; 10.20. 10.60
10:20, lo.ao (Sunday only) A. M.. '2:20. 2 30
8i50. 4U0, "eo and o:8op'l, ' '
Tickats and Pullman accommodations at 118. 201.
378, 865, U44 and 1828 Broadway, si East 14th si.!
168 E lj6tb it.. 127 Bowery.N.V'.i BOO Fulton at. 4
Oonrtat , 98 B'war, and Brooklyn Annex, Brooklyn.
N. T, Transfer Co. will call for and check baggage
riuia hotel or reild.nce through tu deitlnallon.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA A WEST!
EHN XI 1(
Stntlon. In N.w York, foot of H.rcliiy nml
VE8TinTOM;rPltiV.AN BUFFET
m. )Anfi, riNTSCII LIOIIT.
jMlsUUonT m M"' Bt01" at princl"
IOiOO A. M.-Oafe Cart-Buffalo. Btrsnton, Blng-
haraton. Owjgo. Ithaca. Elmlra. UUca, SyracuaS,
and Oswego Express. Pullman buffetparlor cars
OonneotlnB : at Suffal. with trslna forChldio aud!
pointi wtst
JlOO I. M.-CDUlj)-ChIcagoand Buffalo veatlbuled
expreia for Beranton, Blnghamton and Elmlra, e.
Pullman buffet parlor car to Elmlra. Through
5 111? i? MexYday"' """ ,0 0blcM- " "
'v?' 'MUern(ou. Wllkeabarr and Plymouth
Express. Pullman buffet parlor oar. "mu,"u
7100 F. M.Dalln-Ohlcago Veltlbula Limited Ex-
REe",0Ju8caot,in' Blughsmton. Elmlra, IluSslo.
818O 1'. M.-(Dally)-lluffalo Express. Pullman
r, JL" M.orC nl Buffalo, arriVlng Buffalo e A. M.
OiSO 1. M.-(Dally)-Buffalo, Scranton, B&lhatn.
ton.0w.eo, Ithaca Elmlra. Byraoui. UtlS wd
fi.VJ'foKxPW",, Mlman buffet sleeper.
nT a -fL!? .5"'!;?, "epmmodatlons at Henry
uazs Jc Sons, Ltd., 118 Broadway. 14 Park nlac a?u
and l42 Bro4wv. Tlekti"n'f.Tr.tatl5n1: 111
4th av cor. 12th 1 t, i Weal U6th it., 236 Coium.
teV"Nl5 YotV' oM il 19 FoJUmst.and 108
noigWnV. J&n8&
WaioUT Exprsas Company will call for and shack
Unatt from hottl or rfiiac to aunltuS.
, 3tl-.3:XjiH.0k.D.
STATIONS foot of Wist Twenti -third Hlrret sn.i
DeibroMvs and Oortlandt street, '
y-The leaving tlma froin Des bmi.ei aud 1 ,.,
landl Streets Is ten mlnules laler than thtt civ.n !,..
lowforlwenti-ililiilHirfetSHtlon, k " "'
7150 A. M. VASr .MAil,.-l'iilliiian RulTel rti, ,
Car New York toPlttsbun:. Hleeiung Car lnisbri
to Chicago, No roachoa to Pittsburg-.
HiAOA. . r.lKT LINK Pittsburg .tut CIrv.iant
HlAOA. M. II-.NNSVI.VANIA LIM1IT.I). p,,il"'
Compailiueiit, iiIwpliiK. Dining SmoHiiijand 01"
srrtatloli Cars. I'or (Jhli ago, Cleroland 'I ii ,
Itnrlunstt liidlansiiolli, liulsMlle. Ht. Loin.
llflor. .11. CIIKUliO AN1IST. LOUIS KM'llIss
For NesuUll.ivia Clm-liinatl, Cblingo.Ht I, .mi,
ninor. jh. WFtTr.iiN i'.mmu:ss -irci i.,,!
Ohlcsgo. Fnr Toledo, ri tt Knlnrdsr
7i0 lr. St. Mll'IHWK.SiKliN Kvl'lllsv , ,
Pittsburg, flncintiitl, lndlnnsii ill. Hi ) 111.
7i40 r. .11. PAUIFIO F.PI(is-F,ir lilt, a,,
and Chicago, Connects ror Clairlaud, enei,t ha
unlay.
Sitd I'. !tl, MAIL AND EXl'llKSS.-IMllman llult.t
SIeeltiK Car New York to Altouns, Kat I .lie ir
Pittsburg, and point. West, dsllj, except Hundtr'
Nocoscbes.
WAMIINirniN AND THE MIH II.
7:no,H:20,M.2U, Wir.OiDlnlngl'ari, 10 r,o l!tilng t .r,
A. M., 12:rn, 1..I11 !V20 "CinKn-snlnt-al Lmi il
Parlor and Dining Car.), 4:Vo (Diulugt ar 4 mi
(Dlniiie: Car), ri.r.u P. 11.. 12 ua nl.-ht Hun ir
8 20, IM2(), 10 Mi iDliilnuCari A M., .l 50 1
t.'1-f sstonal 1,1m ," all Parlor and Dining t'ais ,4 m
iDlnlnu Carl. 4:60 (Dining Carl. 8.60 1 M . i.-ii.
nluht.
SOUTHERN HA1I.VAY.-Kpren,4:20 P M is 01
uluht dally.
ATLANTIC COAST LINIi-Exprns, 0:20 A. M and
HiMi P. M. dally.
CUKSAFKAhi: AND OHIO RAILWAT.4 80 P jr
dally.
FOR OLD POINT COMrORT and NORFOLK 7 so
A. M. week day snd 7140 P. M. dally.
ATLANTIC C1TV.-1 :60 P. M. wi-f k davs tDoibmn.,
and Cortlandt Slreits, 2:1(111'. II ). Through Veiti.
billed Train. Buffet Parlor Cars, Taasengrr Coach,
and Couiblucd Coach.
CAPE MAY 13:60 P. M. week dsys.
Ijng Branch, Asbury Park; (Interlaken Sundsyt',
Ocesn Orov 0 anil Point Pleasant (from Weit Twen.
ty-thlrd Street Station), 8:60 A. M., 12:20, n :n
and4:60p. M. Sundays, U:20 A. M., 4:60 P.M.
(from Desbrosses and Cortlandt Streets), n 10. v,
M., 12:60, 8'40 and 6:10 P.M. Snmlsji. li.4.',.
M.. r,:15r. M.
IOR PIIILADELnilA.
8:10, 7(20.7:60, 8:20, :R0, M:2()(:60 Tenna. Lira
Itedl. 0:60 (Dining Carl. 10:50 (Dining Oar). II :M
A. M., 12:50.11:60, 2:60, 8:60, 4:20. 4:20 (Dining
Can, 4:60 iDinlnp; Car), 5:50 (I)lnlng Car), 7-40,
8:30 P. M 12:08 night. Sunday, flilo, S:20. 8:n.
P:20, li:f() iLlmllrdi. U..10, 10:50 (Dining Car), A.
M., 1.60 iDininu Car). 8:60, 4:2( (Dining Car). 40
(Dining l'ar. 6:60 (Difii-ic Car), 7:40. 8:60 T. M,
12:05 night, ... .
Ticket ofnres Nos. 4(11, D44, 111)1,1323, 111, and 21
Broadway, 1 Aitnr House, West Twonty-thtrd Street
Station aud stations foot of Desbrosses and Oon
laudt htroets: 4 Court Strcot, 8(10 Fulton Btreel, m
Bmadnay, and Pennsylvania Annex Station, Brook
lvui Statloii, Jersey City. Tho Now York Transfer
( ompany will rail for and 1 heck liaggags from
hotels snd residences through to destination.
Telephone 2767 Eighteenth Street" for Pennsyl
vania Railroad Cab Service.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J.R.WOOD, 1
Oeneral Manager, General Paia'r Agent. H
"AMERICA'S OREATEST UAILROAir"
NEW YORK CENTRAL,
All through trains stop ut Albany, I'tica, Byracuie.
Rochester and nuffalo.
Trains leave (Irsud nlral Station ss followsi
8 '-if I A. M Dally, except Siiiidam Famous
" KMl'IHK, HTATK ESPRESS IJMITHD.
Fasteit train In the world. Due Buffalo 4 :48, Nl
Bgsn Falls 6:82, Toronto 000 P. M.. Detroit 11:10
1'. M. LlmlUd to its senting capacity.
U.,1 K A M.-FAST MA II, Dally-For nuffalo. Nl
O.isJ agar Falls and Cleveland.
1 O-'-Wl A- M l,v EXPRIW8, except Sunday- I
XU.OVf For Buffalo and all Important New York
Blale points.
T.inP. IMSOt'TIIWRSTEllN LIMITED and
1 .JI CH7CAOO SPECIAL, Dally-For Oolumbui,
Cincinnati, Iijdlkiaiioll., 61. l.niil anil Chicago.
'j.yn r. m Titoir and Saratoga bpecul.
J.U17 except Sunday, forTmynnrt RaratoKa.
n.fin P. M - IAKE SHORE LIMITED. Dally-21
il.J.i hour train for Chicago, via Lake Shore. Dus
Cleielsnd 7 16 A. M., Chicago 4 P. M Sleeping
and parlor cars only.
(!,l(i T. M.-WFiiTERN EXPRESS. Dally For
U.VJU Niagara Fall, Toronto. Cleveland, Toledo.
Detroit, and Chlengn.
tWi r- M.-N0R1HERN EXPRESS. Dally -For
.&tJ Montreal, and, except Saturday. for tMtaws.
7lll '' M. ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS AND
l.'U MONTREAL EXPnE8. Dsili Via Ullca
8., J K P. M.-BUFFALO AND SOt'THM EsTERN
iO SPECIAL. Dlly-For Niagara Falli. CIe
Itnil fMnnlnn.tl lni)l,n.nAll..mltl( li,(.
9.(( P. M.-BPECIAL LIMITED MAIL, Dsllr
vv (sleeping car only)--For points on Fall
Brook, via Lyons, and for Rochester and Buffalo,
9.1 r P. M.-PACIF10 EXPRESS, Pally-For O..
iu wego.Ogdensburif, Butlalo Niaoara Falli,
Cleveland, Toledo, Chicago, and, except Setup
dar, for Capo Vincent and the Auburn road
1 9. 1 H NIOIIT-MIDNIGHT EXPRESS FOR CUI
A. Ll CAOO.Erery niebt except Hnndsy night
Sunday night Chicago sleeper, leave at 0:16,
IIARLEVI DIVISION.
OUS A. M. anil .1.27 P. it. Daily, except Sunday, to
, Plttsfield; Sundsys only at 11:20 A. M.
Wagner Palaie Cars on all through trains.
Train illuminated with Plnt.ch light.
Ticket omeeaat 118,281,418 and P42 Broadwar,
Bl Eastntb st.. 286 Columbus av., rtl West 126th
t. Grand Central Station. 126th St. Btatlon and
13Hth St. Station. NewYork: 888 and 72r) Fulton at .
and ion Broadway, E. 1).. Brooklyn.
Telephone 2700 Thirty-eighth itreet" for New
lork Central Cab Service Bazirage checked from
hotel or residence bv Westcott Express Company.
OKOnOE II. DANIELS. Oeneral Passenger Agent
ERIE RAILROAD.
Through train leave New York, foot of Chambers
street, aa follows, and flvo minutes earlier from West
23d street:
).fin - St. Vestlbuled Express dsily for Blng
eJ.UU hamton. Uaverly, Elmlra, Buffalo, Bradford,
arrives Buffalo 8 P. M. Parlor car to Buffalo.
9,f If) r- -11. Vestibule limited-Fast mall daily.
UU Solid train for Chicago, arrives at Cleveland
7:40 A.M.. Chicago 6 P. M. Hleepers to Chicago,
Cleveland and Cincinnati, Dining Car.
7.4fl '" M. Buffalo and Cleveland VesUbuled
I .OU Express dally, arrives uffalo7:0& A. M..
Bradford 7:20 A. M.. Jamestown 7:oo A. M., Youngs
town lo;27 A. M Cleveland 12.30 P. M. Sleepers to
Buffalo and Cleveland. Cafe Library Car.
9.1 K I M. -Dally solid train for Dinehamton,
Xc Elmlra. Waverly, Chicago. Sleepers to llor
nellsvillo. Chicago, and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
'PICKETS. LOCAL TIME CARDS AND PULLMAN I
X ACCOMMODATIONS at 111. 113, 201. 401 and
D67 Broadway. 127 Bowery. 16d East 126th et, and
273 Meat 126th st. Chambers and Wcat 2nd at fer
ries. New York: 333 and 8(10 Fulton t, I18 Broadway,
Brooklyn: 122 Itlver st, Hoboken, and Jersey City
Btatlon. New York Transfer Co. calls for and checks
baggage from hotel, and residences to dtstlnatlou.
New York and Boston All Rail.
N. Y N. n. k U. R, R. and connections.
From Grand Central Station.
Leave Hywsyof Due
til A. M Springfield and Worcester. 8:30 P.M.
10 OOA. M.,tlNew London and Providence, 8:00 P.M.
110:0 1A.M., New London and Providence, 4:25 P.M.
12:011 M.. Surlngncld and Worcester, 6:40 PM.
J1.00 p. M Air Line, via VWlllmantlr, fl:OOP.M.
1:02 P. M., New London and Providence, 7:00 P.M.
8.00 P. M., "New London and Providence, 0:00 P.SI.
4.00 P. M Springfield and Worcester, 1O.0O P.M.
15.00 P. M., New London and Providence, II .00 P.M.
111:00P.M., 8pringfieldand Worcester, 8:16 A.M.
112 O0P.M.,New London snd Proiideuce,n:2C A.M.
Runs dally, including Sunday,
tlllny Hutu Limited, all parlor cars; fare, $7, in
cluding parlor car seat.
(Mr line Limited, arrives and departs from Psrk
Square Station, Boston. Return einlce same hour
and by same route. IWill stop at 125th atrret.
Through parlor and sleeping cars by each train.
C. T. HEMPSTEAD. Gen. Pas.. Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO B. E.
IM N ew York. Whitehall Terminal. South Ferry,
and foot of Liberty Street.
Dally. tExeept Sunday. ISundava.
CHICAGO, 4:30 A.M., 1;45 F. M and12:15
night
FlTTSDURO, 4:80A.M.,t8:80P.M., 11:46 P.M.,
12:16 nluht (4:80 A. M. trains from Liberty st. onlyi.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. 10 OOA. M 6:65 P. il,
Nl'.W 0RI.IUNB, 4'66 P. M. ttbrough sleeper).
M To l" im)KLPlIIA,lVASIliNo' ON, BALTIMORK.
t,,66,lo:0O(Dlucr). ll::iu A. M. (Diner), tl;0(i P.
M..l:46 (Diner), t8i0 (Diner), 4 '56 (Diner), 5:65
P. M,. and 12:15 night NORFOLK, tl 00 p. at.
All trains are Illuminated with Pintsch light
OHlciu. llil. 172,201.434, 1284 Broadway, 31Eat
14lh t 127 Bowery, New York; 3JU, 844 Fulton at.
llio.ikljn: Whitehall Tenulual. Baggage checked
trvvi liutel ur ic.ldence 10 de.tluatiou,
araeflicni.
OLD till. rnilNDLE. liiMDIIATKUN! VERSITY
OF THE CITV OF NEW YORK. HLDICAL DEPAHI
MKN'i'i 86 year, a ajieclsll.t lu the dlaeasd of intn.
Under OLD Dlt. GRINDLE'S sclentlllu trratiuent
blood and skin diseases, p&lns In biitits, red spots,
sort: thrust and mouth, ulu-rs, painful swellings, kid
ney and bladder complaints, srsldliihi intlumriistloii,
uraiel, uudaveloped organs, weak back, lost vitality,
are speeolly, thoroughly, snd permanently rtiml,
Men shout to marry should consult OLD Hit. OltlV
DLE. Eery Impetiliueut remoed. Suflertrs. donut
waste liiue vial ting less.kllrulphyslilaus. llrmcui ber,
OLD DILGllINDLEncu-r fail.. Ollliaovrr 16 ura '
at 171 West 12th st, belwoeu dtb and 7lh svs. id
vice free. MsdldneM. Hours, u to u. Bunds). l lo.i.
OLI DR. (SREYr;A yrurs n tprrlullsl V
fllaeuses of men only. Quickest permanent euro
guaranteed lu all dlstaars. Mood jmlsnu, akin dla
rases. klduey and bladder trouble, wiakutaa. nor.
ion. debility, error of youth, bad Urcaiui, uudevel
cjiedorgsns, luipedliuent. to marriage, Ac. llcwlsc,
consult tha only old sneclsllet In the city. Onlc-i
oi er 36 rrars at 12U lJi.l 17th St., near Union
H'juare. Hour I) lo I), buudais, 1) toll. Hclentlflo
treatment and advice free. Medicine only 60 centa.
ho charge nnli-a cured.
A -DR. AND 11118, SIMl'SON. the leading special-
l.ta In New York, successfully trrst sll female
complaints and lrregulaiitlei: 25 yeais" experience,
prit ate sanitarium! trained nurses; treatment Kiisr
autredi free rouSdentlal advice. 11 to. v. 61 Wet
85h st , near Broadway,
sliri-A7-"l'I73KKST1,KnMA"s'K-VT
CURE In disease of men; dangerous ca.e sollr
ited; relief at once; those deilrlug only Brst-cliM
cientlflo treatment ahould call. 1 he leading special
1st. Dr. Bonachur, 127 Wcat 22d st, u lo 8,7 to k
Buudaya, IQto I.
A -DR. CONRAD'S SANITAIUDM.-Bulsntlfle, H1
ful treatment of All diseases ot women; prlrsts
rooms: every convenience and appliance; cuciulu
tlnns, B A. M. to 8 P. M, Call or write for booklet.
117 West 47tl at. Ttl.8320 BBth.
TV It EI.1NN. 177 West 41iht, lisarDw.r; special ,
-a-'tlee, ubaletric and allmentaof women; noun 10 J
1; private rooms for ladles desiring to remain under 1
doctor'. cre;kllled, courteon attendance; matrons' M
hour ft V. '
'17OR the better elaas-Prlvate Medical Clinic. 2f
X WUUi ar ItSla, it, cut of 8d av,; modarata. 1

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