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Wmh 12 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 189flT. . I
II THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
? OF 1MKW YORK
; RICHARD A. MeCUROV PntSIDINT
Statement for the Year ending December 31st, 1898
? Acccnllnx to tht Suadtrd etlht laiunoct Deptttmtat ot thi SUM otNtw York
' INCOME
; Received for Premiums 2,318,748 61
From all other Sources lBt087,BB0 08
1 805.000,080 43
1 DISBURSEMENTS 1 ' '
To Policy-holder for Claims by Death ... $13,805,008 00
To Policy-holders for Endowments, Dividends, otc... 11,485,751 30
' Por all other Account 10.403.370 S3
,,,,! DOmo $35,845.038 88
j J M, ASSETS 1 j
H Ij .j United States Bonds and other Socnrttlos $100,050,141 33
Mi 1 ! ' First Lion Loans on Bond and Mortgago 08,503,580 00
a 1 i,i: Loans on Bonds and other Securities 0,300.010 00
li 1, S ' Real Estate, appraised by Insuranco Superintend-
B ;Sj- ents at $83,534,880.88 1 Book Value 80,004,040 01
HI It I I Cash In Banks and Trust Companies 11,081,377 30
Ij V. 1 t Accrued Interost, Not Deferred Premiums, otc 0,484,057 10
1 1 '" f' $877,517,385 30
I I LIABILITIES t,uw,oi ou
m fs'i Policy Reserves, etc, $883,058,040 08
'fll I! 3 Contingent Guarantee Fund ... . 48,838,084 08
H 3 1 Divisible Surplus 8,880,000 00
Si;'; $877.517,385 30
sUi'ji! Insurance and Annuities in forco' $071711,007 70
in I 1 j ' .
HI I ! 3 I have carefully examined the foregoing; Statement and Nad the same to be correct 1 liabilities
'SKI f ' calculated by the Insurance Department CMAKLliS A. PRbLlXR Auditor
ml i ; If
JSl I 1' I " From the Divisible Surplus a dividend will be apportioned as usual
2 I j BOARD OH" TRUSTBB3
R J t8' Samuel D. Babcocjc Tuukh T. Da vies W:li.iam Babcocx William C. WniTNB
Ifl I ! 1.5 KlCITARD A. MCCUBDY CltAS. R. IlBNDKRSOlf BTTJYVESANT 1'ISn Wll, ROCKrPBLLEE
ml I i 'ft James C. Holdkn Rurcs W. Feckham Ado. D. Juilliard Jami-s N. Iahvib
ifl IJ ' 3 Hermann C.voif Post J. Hodart Hebsice Charles It. Millbk Chas. D. Dickey Jr.
Hll f 1 I OLIVER 1IARR1MAH WU. P. DlZON WALTER R. GlLLETTS UL1IRIDOK T. GERRY
I HI Ij Robert OLvritANT Roberta GRAtrmst II. Walter Webb A. N. Wateriiousii
jl1!! GKOaOB I'. HAKBR HENRY II. ROOtUtS GEOROB O. HAVES WILLIAM J. SBWELL
1 3 ( T DUDLEY OLCOTT JNO. W. ArjCIIINCLOSl ADRIAN IS12LIN JR. JAMES SlBYER
. BO'S Frederic Cromwell, Tiieodorb Morford Georob S. Bowdoiw
R jf'i j ROBERT A. QRANNI83 VICC-PnEOIPtriT
UJlJii i WALTER R. CILLBTTB Gen.rsl Miniger
j III ' ISAAC P. LLOYD id Vice-President DUFIl duP. BRECK Corresponding Secretary
aRr r WILLIAM J. EASTON Secretary ALBhRT KLAMROTH Atslitant Secretary
HSU ' FREDERIC CROMWELL Treasurer
H Ij, JOHN A. I'ONDA Atilstint Treiiurcr JAMES TIMPSON id Aiilit.nt Treasurer
ii (; V WILLIAM P. SANDS Cashier EDWARD P. HOLDEN Aisliunt Cashier
,11SS I EMORY McCLINTOCK Actuary
tallll ii JOHN TATLOCK J. Assistant Actuary
'HinjP l CHARLES A. PRELLER Auditor WILLIAM W. RICHARDS Comptroller
ttJli; t, I C. CLIFFORD GRBTSINGbR Aulitant Auditor HENRY S. BROWN Assistant Comptroller
IIIIIS ' EDWARD LYMAN SHORT Centril Solicitor
Blllin Midical DuiCTORs:
I j j J j1 I BLIAS J. MARSH M. P. GRANVILLB M. WHITB M. D.
:yf! I O. S. WINSTON M.D. ComuIUng-
IJ WcstMSt
! c9 "RELIABLE"
j I CARPETS
ij THE CARDINAL POINTS.
:ffl " Rollixblo " tlio namo and tho iot
1 1 1 nover pnrt company hero.
HI Low Price Our largo business nnd
m determination to soil tho very lowest
( 9 givo many raro barguins.
!j BEST TAPESTRY BRUSSELS,
! 65 cts. per yd.
j (Reduced from $1.00).
j I In Parlor, Library, Hall and Stair
j ;J designs.
' REDUCED FURNITURE.
S Many odd pieces must go to make
; ijl room for now btock.
I'ij CASH or CREDIT
I VPERTHWAIT 0.
I 104 106 and 108 West 14 SL
I NEAR 6AV:
1 1 Droohlvn Stores: Hatbusfi Ay. near Men SL
I Alaska Seals,
3 cnualit o Hi" VrlbjInT Inlands In Itehrlns
f, Sa, nrn the bent. Thn pnlt 1 strong, the fur
j iff dense, handsome mill tlurnblf I am mak-
jf j lue over to this spasmus stjlrs carments of
3 W these skin's (London dyed), which I sold tin
I Hjj years nco.
I h Up-to-date Coats 8300, 8S3S, 8278, 8300;
I El ' Mnfls 8110, 833, H-M.
'Mil ffil NOTE. I could eell costs of Lolun Island,
'nlll wtw Jspsn. or Northwest Ouatit Senl for SKK).
1H (jlf SI.Tund tlCO. and mutt's for f. $10 and
mm Wt '-' hui ""' 'lo not Bl! sa'lsfai tlnn. They
JlisBit turn red sud look ihaliby aftir li.'ln; worn
Hi 1 H r UD0 or tHO kesuou, ' do not sell them,
flllif llil AInska senls are hecoiulnc scarce f prices
iJllTBl advanced 30 per cent, at tho December
Hllil London sales. I nlll, liowe or, continue to
lliHI'i """ my nln""rnc'urcI C"ods at prices nhlch
i!lfigj' I quoted before tho ndiame.
'ijjll C.C. Sliay ne, Manufacturer,
11 Ii' 134 ami 1SU Wrst ISt! M.
llm! " H'lnrc0 nsMortiniMit (iprnmn dyed
'iliflf ; Persian Lamh Mulls, iHtl't, Hir, 8IS1 fash-
ijll'sf I lonnble Coats. 8133, S1S0, SITS, to S30O for
ijljfgi extra larcn sixes.
' J: Jiiuiofottts, (Dvrjans, &c.
jj! IMPORTANT NOTlCi: 10
'MM PIANO BUYERS.
Jljffigi Iiat few das of tuo ciet nmoiil Biln of tho
! BRADBURY PSAiUO
jiHjjl WAitKitooiia.
ilitTil On or about Fpb. 1 w nme to ournon, mauulfi
HlS'liiM cent UIlAUIiUUY 11UILDINO, mr. luth nt. and nth
'IllliJ sv. Inconsequence. etry I'lauo now on bfliidnlllbs
itlWS? 9 ''red at I'HENOMKNALl.Y LOW PI'.ICK In onier
iJImOqi to dispone of our eutiro pntsi ut stock beforu movlnc.
4lfjiii? Tno are a few of our offers all plauos fully
, JllilS Kuaraoteed:
1 IiIJfKi I New uprlitbt plsno. vas $200 00, notr finn.oo
illlas' Cblckerlni; uprlifbt 125, no
Jllflft t OhlcserliiBuprlijlit, larecstsiro, uoodasnew. 1K0 00
"3itnP - i New uprltfiit, nuestcaie made 100,00
fllflEa Bradbury unrtEbt, cood rondltlon loO.OO
g'i.l: l New Ilraduury pianos at L'riatly rrduccd pries.
rl'f 1'. 1. SUITII.
P j WAITEIl Z. HOLMES. Mur., 03 5th av.. cor. 17th st.
'STUVVESANTPIAM0S7
H IS, MM.f IAI.
ISi! $185.00.
fiaSit titbrrincssh or ra.y monthly paymeuta, for new
tj'jR case stylo "O" in Iloaowond nuliU. 1H ocUi-s;
II S fully wsrrantcd: durable, reliable and of cood tone
LIS W . Quality.
'!! 5 K "IM" ln"trrent may be exchanged nt any nmo
II sS within live ears from date of purchase for &uow
11 JS WEI1EII I'lAM) or a new W1II.EI Ot'K PIANO, when
si l;l& a fairallouance will be made, or itieschantied within
Jjl tig one year the full prlro will be allotted.
If iff Catalouuis and full particulars mailed fn e to any
'K If' addrot.
lit WBCIsl'IIt WAKEOKOO.fBM,
JO IS Corner Fifth Ave, and Bliteenth St.
M i I KraisnerPlanosusedby lesdlnc artists everywhere.
; ii A larse ssjortmeut of this I'Ol'liMIl PIANO for cash
'K IB I or monthly pa nienta. Prices moderate, Alo to
Hfl rent. KIlAKAUEltllKOS .Warerooms UJE.14that.
.1 l j, IUIII.EM WAKEltOOMS. 1KU, 1UI E. 120tb sU
if tf 1 "oliiOAIMsT Ileduoed prices" lnupriehtpIanosi
f ;p 1 a-' ChtckerlnuL'rand, flfto. easy payments.
i IB j CllItloTMAN. JU East KthsL
1 W I 'dEAUTHTUL new uprUthtjiianoj, $128 Ilsrdwlok.
J S j -D sscrlflie. WINlEllltOTU, 105 Laat 14th st.i
'I if ; branch, 114 6th ar.
,1 JB J iPLKOAST upriclit piano, new intents; powerful
ii M JL tone, like uew) big bargain, luitslluents. 21J
'fS 11 1 fast 116th at.
J fn T AnOEssiortment, slliibtlyuied, tnoioflSSiTcut
Mj J3j siualllnsullmepts. OurlrrUro.IdE.l4thBt.
HP 5 rPEN eveniUK.-Its!lable Connor llanoag lilaU
WS jti V Brad! inedlum prices, easy termi reutlnir, .
Kjtf cbaugine. 4 East 42d st.
Oil "fTPKiqnTa . .... .at. ...."T7baucuin6
Blwl V, JJMOi-t.Ianieaiie ., .lf.0.00,...n.00 mo.
It 8 71i Oct. Mshotian) case .. $17&,00 ID 00 mo,
Ijlp Hents.ta.ooui), UQllUOX'B. I3ii5t)iavbet.20ji 21.
Hll Saui)tr
Oi ' Absolute I r d1, Bnt Ped bill extending
H rill or 1 1 O'DOMIELL, son llroadway.
HI b ;-
tfgL..t3W rr
nuns on fast special schedule IaChl- I
enRo and Alton, Iron Mountain I
lloute, Texas anil i'neiuc. houth- 1 t
ern l'nrlllc Co. Hummer routo for wintor trssel.
Jr'or particulars apply to
New York, N Y. llnston, Mass.
Chlcnco Alton 2i)l B'way. 256 Washimjton at.
Tm".1" raMllo ! aB1 U'woy- J U2 "Wngton at.
bo. rnclllo Co 34Dll'way. UBtatest.
VIltGIXIA HOT BItI'GS.
Open all the year.
2,500 feet elevutlnn ou tho
cnESAruAici: ani oiiio uaiIiWat
Extension to tho
NEW HOMESTEAD.
containing one hundred additional suites of rooms,
with private bathM, ready for the parly Bprlnic season.
Hotel and bathhouse now under ono roof.
Mofitiurathc bath known for rheumatism, (tout
and nenou troublea. Every bath from.flowiug
npilncs nf natural hot water.
!OI.V LI KS AMD WIXr.-KlUT OKEENS.
Fine li cry and magnificent mountain eurroundlnea.
Pullman compartment car New York to Hot
Bprinca without ihanito Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays. Hooks at Fred Scholleld's, Metropolitan
building. Madison Square.
Excurbim ticLets and Pullman reservations at
Chesapctkc and Ohio otllceii, :iii2 uud 132!l U road
way, and ofllres iv nnsj h aula It. It.
Celebrated Heallnc Sndnu'" water on sale by II. A.
CaBsebeer. 72d st. and Columbus av,
FItKI) STEItKY. Manatter,
Hot SprinRe.Jlath county, Va.
FOR CIRCULARS AND INFORMATION
about tho follow iutfbotela apply to FIIED II, SCO
FIELD. Metropolitan Duildine, Madison Hijuare:
'the Houitritcad, Hot Hprlm:1, Va.
Hotel Tovvnsend, lied Mprings, N. C.
Hotel Hon Air, Augusta, Oa.
I.aun'1 IloUHe. Likcwnod, N. J.
Tin. PiiniMS llotil, II imllton, Bermuda.
'1 110 riant a stum of Florida Hotels.
New St. Charles Hotel, New Orleans, La.
Park Hotel, Hot hprinixn. Ark.
llattuiy Park Hotel, Aahoville, N. 0.
Hottl IJthia, lallapooss, da.
Magnolia Hprim,' Hotel, Magnolia 8irinu,Jls,
GROVE "COTTAGE. SOUTHERN PINEST H."C.
rirat-oliiRR piivate boarding bouse, large sunny
rooniR; Northern cooking. Address mIks LlZIrl
11U0N.
NEW JERSEY.
GRIP IS UNKNOWN
AT LAKEWOOD, N. J.
THE LAKEWOOD HOTEL,
in th heart of tho Kelt o' Pines of Southern New
Ji ii-v, ia tho most lusurioftn winter rimurt hotel In
the E-i-t.
ati:h cum: ani kli:ctiu; hatiis
u'i;guAM,i:u anywhkki:.
One'thinl milo inn parlorn. Modorn in ronBtmc
tion and equtpment, beautiful prlvato batbu. Kolf,
pltu.Iid roddH, all hportn; atr niUJ, but alwajaex
bilamt n, a I irudtt) fnmtruni; and neuk.
1. 1'. 61LL.bCK, Lesueo, LaUowood, N. J.
THE' LAUREL HOUSE,
Lakewood, New Jersey.
DAVID B. 1I,UME11, Mniinpur.
Lakewoiid'sadvantatsfor those deainnir outdoor
life and sport aro known every vv here. Oolf, draz
huntini;, iliivin.', blcj t llnir, &c. Splendid roads and
well-kept walls throuuh tho pines
LAUREL IN THE PINES,
Lakowood, New Jersey.
Pnrest Drlnklua Water from our own Artesian Well.
HORACi: roIlTKIt, Mnnncor.
rnfllno otfln nutl g.rjttiiutnntis.
Sherman Square Hotel,
BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 7IST ST,
AMIHtlCAN 1'LAN.
Strictly ,1 family hotel, 1 hnlco auites, furulslied or
unfurnlibed, to rtnt by the season 01 j ear. Cuisine
and service of thu hlithet order. All water used ln
this hoti 1 is intend ltatea rtasuuable. location
cuuv cnieut to all parts of tho cit; .
Vt.Yl.TKIl l,AVKi:.Ci:. Miuingf r.
Lemp's "Extra Pale"
LKADS TI1K WORLD.
EiTAIILISlir.D 18S0.
PRODUCERS OF HIUHEST GRADE BEERS.
llottled at Brewery in bt. Louis. Mo. Nsmeaud data
of bottling! branded on each cork,
TUIAI. OKDLltb dtllvered to families dirset.
JVtfll' XOltlt Ull.tstll. 141 If. H-iTU AT.
tklei'iiom:, a7uo-iHtii.
THE SLEVBN HOTEL,
1II HT AND 7TU AV. '
Forcentlemen, ou ttia uropiau plsn, $1 per day:
special rates for large and small roomi, by tus week
or month. 11UU11 BLEV1N, X'roprietor.
STUYVESANT SQUARE HOTEL
N. E. oornor t'th st. and Sd av.i permanent and tran
sient aotontmodatlom ratea moderate; foot of up.
towa L station; convenient to aUcsrs.
PADDELL HOUSE
81TII ST., COU. Till AV. Handiomely furnlihsd
rooms, steam heat, electric lights and bath; ratesrea
aonable, foreentlemen. T. V. l'AUDKLL, I'rop'r.
cgurrltnjse nml xrltanDt.
' l it V V " " " MET A 'l. .
Have you any OLD LUAI), IIUASH, COI'PKIl, ZIXO,
rKWTEK. T1H I.KAD, OLU IVI'Ei ELKOTllOl'VPB,
BTKUKU n 1K. OLD HOOKS, it. I bllXU A KWTAL
CAHli and I will call.
HOHNbTEIN. HID William sU. near Trankf ort it.
gUUUufrij nua grtwrnaUtug.
CEAL sscques and capes altered Into fsshloosbls
k garments at lowest prices.
UAllKhlfS, 111 Weit nvtti sU
girt nlti ttH n"5"g.
ART rSAX.Es
VAMMtHJC COLIiECnON OP
MODERN PAINTINGS
BELONGING TO
Mrs. A. Hawkins,
HU Loillx, Mo4
dnuehtor-In-law of Kx-Aglstnnt ScCrotarr of
tho Intorior David B. Hawkins,
NOW ON EXHIBITION
at the
Schenck Art Gallery,
Gu CEDAll ST.,
between William and Nassau.
Anions tbs nrtlsta represented!
Bonhcur, Jllllct, nonncr, Troyon, Cas
anova, Oorot, Oourbot, Constable Diaz,
Dupro, Jacquo, lllchol, Mauvo, Ommo
gauok, Plcau, Paredos, Tamburlnl, Brntclla,
Bcyna, Itonnud, Vorboeckhovon, Van Marko,
Vograssnt, Zlom, and many others.
To Bo Sold at Auction
Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday, nt
i!:lC o'clock each day.
FRANK H. SCHENCK, Auctioneer,
American Art Galleries,
Mntllson Square South.
Tos.Morrow jSyfek Tuesday
THE
B. Matsuki
COLLECTION.
Antique and Modern,
Beautiful
Oriental Fabrics
AND
EMBROIDERIES.
THOMAS E. KIRBY, Auctioneer.
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers.
Knickerbocker Auction Dooms,
8 yi:st asTii st.
C. K. SMITH, AUCTIONEER.
ON EXHIBITION
Friday and Saturday, Feb, 3 and 4,
The raro and ahiable collection of
Antiques, Furniture, Arms,
Bric-a-Brac, Rugs, &c,
Formed hy
KAV8EB SGHARWENECA
iNowtneaRGd at the Berlin National Conservatory,
wlilch mat us this wale imperative.
TO BE SCH-D AT lUTIlLIO SALE 3IOX
WAV, rim. (. AND FOLLOWING AFTKK
NOONS AT M OTLOCK.
I)t?-irriptho Catalouuea will b mailed upon appli
cation to Auction noon.
(Cvcurisians,
Grand Wid-Winter Tour
MrsMtssssn mmmm mwiiwmi ! tmm
uufmnm.
Parties will leave wYorkf Thnrmlnyf IVlt.S,
nnd frcniontlj tbercaftir, and visit Hherntde, Hed
Und?, Han VU k. PJtiailciin. Ioi AuccIoh, ban ltafat 1,
hautaCrtiz, Mouurey Hiii Jodc, and Hau Kranciaro.
'lhe return Journey inclinle thu Sierra Nnada b
diylltrlit. Silt IjiIx.' City, the Oni-K uil Canons of
ColoraJo b) da) lilit, Denver, Alamtou HprintfR, and
tho (larden of the Ciods. J eirturclr fojourua will ho
nmilttat thu following relebratrxl hotolrt. Nw Ht
Charloa, NowOiham, loitl ilfl Coronailo. Coronado
lliafh.Tho VtestiiiiiKUr, Lns Aunele-i; Hotel HufafJ.
HatilUfael;Htaleath 11 nel Smta Cruz: Hotel del
Monto, Jlonttroa, Tho eiidome. Bin Jone; The
l'aluco, hau I'i un into, '11m Knutforl. Bait I.ako
City Tho Urowu I'aUc'. I ner. IJuaiiifM men and
their fHiulilfM sind ljdies tunt-ea all important potnU
without wato uf turn, lraelllnc litxiirli)Uiy
under escort of rxperlfiici'd rmidiu t(ra. tho
eutlr iouimI trip.
PRICE S340,
Including first c!as .allway trnu 1, a double berth in
Blm-piiiKtar, all hoM jicconimortationi", tranafera,
larrmK driM's and incidental n BiUiluriutt entire
trip. Tour and raihoud ami steamahip tit'keti to
all jiointw
WSLnd for doiciiptlvo book ft.
IIAYMONU & WJIITCOWI
3ti:jatl4tUSt.f Vnlonhquarc Wft)t KcwXork.
inODF18Ul NoT87r.AnKlerlfareftOo,Tuei.,Thurii &
Vy8an.,aiBtst..K H ,7.20, Uat'y.8.05. AL.FOSTER.
Ruction 2totU(.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
or Till!
JOHNSTON JEWELRY COMPANY
NO. 17 UNION' 8UUAJIK 1VUST,
HKW OHK, N. y.
HENRY A. KERBY, Assignee.
Will Hell Mondat. Jau'y .(Otli, and continue each
follovrliiiT day until entire Kturk,
Valued nt $125,000
IS KOLI).
8VLK FItOM II MOIININ(II) UNTIL B OCWCK
AtTKHNOON'H
HALE AlhOLtni; 'lo CI.OHK THE HIJSINESB.
Tills iiiSL'iilllcent nnd contly nloct of Diamonds,
Frecioim Htunos. Watihcs, Jewelry, ICtnea. rttorllm;
Hllvsr Art (loodi. Msrbls Htatuary Uoxes. Cut I)rlc-4
Uriu- oil l'aintlrwa, l'orrelalus, Antlqufa, Curios,
CIolks, Leather floods. Novelties. o.o.are all this
season Importations, and ahouldeommaud the at
tention uf bnren".
Thu fiitnroK, Unotvcascs, Bafea, Street Clock will
also be sold.
hl'KL'lAL DIAMONII KAI.K TIIKSDAV.
Tun same courteous treatment attended to tlie
patrtms forniorothsn 40 rears by Mr. Johnston and
members of the firm will be PAIfllCUI.AIlI.Y lol
lowed tbrouicliout this sale, special attention hat lnu
been jriven for the comfort of ladles attendins.
CATAtOtlUE-1 MAIMCD on BPidlcstlon.
O. ll. LUKNOKMS Auctioneer,
bMlTH k UomJAH. Attorneys for Aislicnee!
THIU STANDARD AUCTION KOOMS
17, IB and 21 West lSSth st.
IlhJIJ. H II8K. Auctioneer,
Rolls at Auction
T0-MOUlt()V iMONBAY),
At 11 o'clock,
EVERYTHING KOR KVKKYBOlY.
DIAI.Klta ATTKND.
gWisctUnnfimis.
UNDKHOItAHtJAli: nu0ll)lts,"denti'ts7lwren'
pharrr.si.lits, soon itraduato 1 lloi ion C.il auo.
g.Jj, a-jj.ab,
C" OMIIINAriON billiard snd o .1 table, i..vnn!
ban i uuuttd tlitaji jor .a h
U , boi 170 bun Hi luxuuOliv. I .'HO Iruula)
REDUCED TABLES
Tor tho parlor, of ovory conceivab.o stylo
and dosign.
Mahogany Finish, .60 & $,50
(Rtducedtrom ft.oo & fS.OO).
Solid Mahogany, $3,50 & $4.00
(Itedwedfromfs.10 fc fS.CO).
Solid Mahogany, . . . $12.00
(Reduced from fn ool.
"Green Oak Inlaid, .... $7,00
(Reduced from flS.OO).
Dainty affairs, slim-legged, round
topped ; soino lioavior ones in tho ever
popular mahogany, beautiful examples
of " inlay, " with colored woods, mother
of pearl, etc. Others trimmed with.
Kilt.
J t Is a comfort to know whoro even
odd bits, however slmplo, aro as caro
fully deslgnod and made as tho most
elaborato pieces.
"BUY OPTHE MAKER"
Geo. C.FLint Co.
43.45 and 47 WEST 23rST.
NEAR OROAOWAY.
factory: 154-and ISG west 97stoeet
gSujslnrsi Wnancris.
M'donM&wsoin
Xba Old Unliable Dullness Exchange, 140
Nassau St.
IF tOU IIAVE a store or business ot any kind yon
wish sold quickly, without publicity, or waut a part
ner.or capital for any legitimate enterprise, oall on us.
A UAFG AND BK3TAUUANT located most promi
nent thorzuktlifare on Broadway: old established
and eleirantly equipped: price (30,000; free and
dear; recelpta $176 daily tuo )ear around and day
trade only; Ions lease and cheapest rent on Broad
way: reasons of selllnclll healthi strictest of Inves
tigation allowed. For full particulars apply
MCDONALD & WIOOIM3. HO Nassau.
A FURNITURE STOUC located prominent town
bot. New York and Philadelphia. 1'a.i old estab
lished; pilce $7,000; doing cash business of $12,000
ycaily: well stocked; reasons of aelline other busi
ness, low rent; long lease; craud opportunity.
Mcdonald &Hiaaua, no Masssa.
AFARTNIIIt wantod with $2,r00; half Interest;
light manufacturing business located down
town, now ln operation; money amply secured: ln
Testlgate. McDONALD li WH.OlNel. 1Q Nassau.
AFANOV 00003 AND. NOTION BTOllI!! located
close to Hist New York; old established; iirica
only $l,r00; rent, $30 month; reasons of sclllug,
going awa) : well atooked.
Mcdonald & Wiggins, 140 Nassau.
A LOAN of $0,000 wanted: money is amply se
cured by established business; located ln Mouth
Carolina; highest uf reference and the strictest of
Iiiveatlgatlou granted. Particulars, apply
McDONALD & WlUOlSa, 140 Nassau.
A HOTEL, It rooms, old established, nicely fur
' ulshcd, located close to Union Hill, N. J.; price
only 4,O00, and free and clear; proprietor owns the
bulldlug: will git e lease to right party at Ion rental;
reason for selling Is death in family sud retiring
from business, doing good business year around.
Mcl)QALD A. WIOOINd. 14U Naa-au.
A CHANCE SELDOM OFFERED, light manufac
turing business, established Jl years, located
most promlntmt city In New Jersey; now ln opera
tion: price $.T,oou, including splendid property;
Iironts $12,iuoytarlycau ba made; rontons for sell
ing, rr tiring from business; plautilcgantly equipped;
strictest Investigation allowed.
McDON LD at WIOQINS, 140 Nauaii.
A CORNER SALOON AND KEVTAUR INT looated
uptown ln Amsiuidani av.; old established; now
doing apleudtd business; prlco 3,500, recelpta
$100 weekly, retsous aelllngt has other business.
McDONALD ft VNICKIINS. 140 Nassau.
A FURNISHED ROOM UoUSE. neighborhood of
14th at. and 2d at., house full year around,
)ticoonly$l,500, recotpta last year $2,700, reasons
uf Belling, ill health.
McDONALD At WIGGINS. 140 Nassau.
A PARTNER wanted with $80,000 to take an Inter
est in manufacturing business now in operation;
located most prominent town close to New ork
city; money is amply secured; plant valued at
$16A,0O0; will guaranteo 0 per cent.: very little
competition in this line of manufacturing business
in the United btttcs, strictest of investigation In
ited. Forfull particulars apply
McDONALD A WiOOINa. 140 Nassau
A HOTEL, lrt rooms, located prominent corner i
on ,td av., old established, and now doing splen
did business; price $&.GUO, reasons selling, has two
piacts, cannot attend both,
McDONALD a: WIG0IN8, 140 Nassau.
AN IRON MANUFACTURING BUSINESS, old tZ
V tablished, located iuot prominent city close to
New lork city: price ir,,o00, nlceh eiiuippcd with
all appllaucca tliat am necessary for the busin-ss;
longhastj. low rent. Partlculir. attply
Mcdonald a. muQiNtf. 140 Natnu.
(ni x ne n secures liar interest pros-
J.iJiJyJJ perous manufacturing tuilue-iH;
i.,uue tor the purpose of extending theaauie, very
Inchest referin e gien, experience uuueceasary;
will bear the most rigid Investigation.
McDONALD & WIUQIN8. 140 Nassau.
ARllICK PLANT, fully equipped, for ssle; excel
lent location for shipping; can be bought on
easy terms. For further particulars writu or call on
MCDONALD fc WIOQINS. 140 Nassau.
SQ flfin UVY3 STAPLE I1USINESS: 400 per
lijUUV rent iirollt. $100 weekly assured; a
mouupul) In this special line; stoi k on hand about
$l,Roo. this Is Just an reproventcd, experience not
necessary; it is certainly a good opening.
MCDONALD A: WIG01N8. 140 Nassau.
STATIONERY. T01B, NOVELTIES. CIGAR AND
CONFEOIIONEItY BUSINESS for sale, estab
lished eight jeais by present onner, average busi
ness M,oOu annually; prlco only $2,000; stock to
coer this amount.
McDONALD A WIOQINS, 1 40 Nassau.
Qnn FOR" UNITED" STATES PATENT; laWt
QUUU Improved potxto cutter. Apply to
McDONALD & WIGGINS. 140 Nassau.
G ROCERY General country stirs closo to New
I York; if sold this woek tan be bought atabar
gain. McDONALD a. WIGGINS, 140 Nassau.
Q 1 flfin WANTED by responsible party; guar
J I jVsJVantea 10 per cent.; nolo and mortgage
as sucurit. mortgage on valuablo patents.
McDONALD t VIUGINS,140 Narsan.
I?ITRNlSIir.D ROOM AND BOARDING" UOUSE on'
JL West 4-.th at., sou, actually worth $1,0J0: ..
stoiy and Lassmeul elegant house; hundsuinely fur
nished, rcaaout for selling explained at interview.
McDONALD .v IGGINS,JI40 Nassau.
CALOON rilOrERTY at Ktat New York,"$l6.000;
' unt-clafs business; establlsha 1 by present ownrr
23iarH, cause selling retiring from business; holl
on easy terms Apnlv to
McDUNALD A tVIGQINB. 140 Nassau.
UOTEL on the best thoroughfare in this city, do
lus $1,000 per week: prfc.B 35 Oi)0 thisisageu
ulne chance. McDONALD A- WIGGINS. 14 1 Nassau.
H"ANbsOMELY FURNISHED nOUSE. millinery
and furnished rooms, JJ.r,0U; profltal $100
monthly; established by present owner number of
)cars. McDONALD It WIOGINS. 140 Nassau.
HOTEL, nth av.. heart of theTendsrloin district,
$HOto $70 daily business; price $4,000; essy
terms allowed reaponalble parties. Thia la oertalnly
bargain for live man.
MoDONALD At WIGGINS, 140 Nassau.
HANDSOMELY FITTED LIVERY STABLE close
lo New York doing flno psylng business; sell
tery reasonable, locatedln one pr the beat ottias on
tbelludsou. Apply to
McDONALD k WIGOINS, 140 Nassau.
LARGE MERCANTILE BUSINE83 for salsfnei
p rodta $1,000 jer week; price, Including $40,000
stock, $KO,ooo. This is a valuable opportunity; a
most rigid Investigation courted. Apply to
McDONALD k WIGGINS. ISO Nassau.
A SMALL CAPITAL will buy Interest ln a valuable
Jl patented invention. For particulars address
EMIL KLINGENDERG. Gladstone. Mich.
IREE. Inv enters' Money MaklngPatentGulde, 100
Slrcliaulcal Movements and Perpetual Motion
mailed FREE. 0'MIMRACO., 170JYah., D. 0.
INVEbTMEN'TS. Send for leaflet showing co-op",
eratlve lan, established Ihiin; (too arres; incur
liorated 181)7. LINDEN LAWN FARMING CO..
Olney, 111,
OLD ESTABLISHED stationery-and candy store,
also newspaper route and stand. Including build
ing and lot: sell reasonable) on account of death.
2776 Atlantic av.. Brooklyn.
RICH LANDS ln Honduras almost given away;
delightful and healthful ollraato; von can net
$100 a month working half time, raising bananas,
pineapples, oranges, lemons, figs, cocoanuts. Ac;
Ilah, game and oysters In abundance; n.OOO acres
will be presented to those who ilrst Join us, writs at
once for full Information. TUB AMERICAN HON
DRA8 CO, D Uar-Ben block. Cist eland. O.
"EL!AHLB MAN, desirous joining Alaskan spring
IV expedition, can obtain full Information. Ad
drons ALASKAN, 7 Hi Brosd at.. Nswark. N. J.
WAN lED A member of the New York Block Ex.
' change to form a partnership with man ol some
means and exceptional ability to get trad. A. A..
box 1H1 Hun offlce.
IiATENTSforlnventlonaproenred promptly: low
rates. UOhliMt BHIESEN. 82 Nassau "., N. Y.
Kstabllshed 1HSI,
J)atcnt Iliuta BooTand advice fr Klgar -rate
A Co., Patent Nohritois, 24fi llioadway, New Yo-k,
ArANlED-ToseHauarfut patent of sewing n.a
li i hine Address A., bux 2lrt Run onice.
tfoimrtttrwhip 51otirc5.
IF Ni iiM has a calm a sliut til lib It flu I
1 I" n i r I, iS, i M ,ii j tl ,
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rT - THEBIQSimE.lTyA(MlI1IT5ELF , XconLaioy.
I ofXinings. wU JjJil-tfsL aw JT i SPECIAL FOR
I FOR ONE DAYS W I ffClii AEDA S pffih,
ONLY, MONDAY, S I V" 1 tP-Ul flA. l$ IM wM-W-WM. H UL I r a t r a ?tSt v2 1 1
January 30, L9ftiiil l'lIiyyFrafcMlv.Tlr ) CAL,LA L,IJHES- V
when we will offer f,3B!"lP( Sfe SJif i"m C "8ul,"' . " 'torn )
5 T,e. b,e!l J'tt'l SVXm AVR3Snf I6&i9STS. Primroses' )
IrZ! SiJl Semiannual )JS
IJracie Sale of JFurneture.
This seoms to bo an ago of trusts and combinations, and prices reflect : clearly tholr influence, In mnlcing things cost X
I mow. Furniture will cost moVe, too-in fact, costs more to-day nlready-BVBRYWIIERB but here. The price of Iron has
S gone i up-and with it tho price of iron beds. "The Chair Combine " has boosted prices fully 3p per cent, the sort that W )
bought at $8.oo per dozen they want now $10.50 for. The Glass Trust has raised tho price scale 5 per cent., and eo (
f throughout the list we cannot buy to-day within 35 por cent, as low as wo did throe months ago. I
S Vho Preparations for Our &t'fth Somi'fZnnual Urado Safo of furniture)
Stntodate Jill Vhis Vrust Justness.
? Our two immense stores Now York and Chicago combined thoir purchasing power nnd placed orders for many hundred )
carloads of good furnlturo WHEN PRICES WERE'AT THEIR LOWEST, and tills sale will likely be your last opportunity (
to buy furniture without paying your tribute to tho trusts, now in control of tho manufacturing industries of America.
S WE SAY TO YOU IN ALL SINCERITY BUY NOW. Assortments are simply magnificent prices lower than years )
S to come will seo them again. If ever wo wore In a position to sorvo you well, to savo you monoy and to pluase you per-
eCt y WEWBEGIN THE SALE MONDAY WITH THIRTY-TWO REMARKABLE PRICE ATTRACTIONS, each being offered to)
you at retail FOR LESS MONEY thnn evon denlers could order for at prosont in wholesale or cnrload lots.
No chargo mado for packing, shipping or delivering furnlturo, and nil goods bought no w storod froo of chorgo for 60 days S
r NOTE. Wo bought fifteen cars of Sidoboards from one of tho bost makers of sldoboards In the West AT 40 PER CENT.1
) OFF, and have marked them accordingly. Como and Inspect this lino, comparo prices. Wo will suit you in ASSORTMENT )
V AND TYT.P nnrl unvn vml milrll mnlKIV. ton. V
Sy-pyrj-tj jJf- yty
5 -Piece Inlaid Parlor Suit, well made ,
and finished, covered with beautiful plush (
or tapestry; regularly sold for yq rrj?
$35.00; sale price JCt O !
Y v Ut mitiry'S33Mis$r m x
Beautiful 3-Plece Hand-Carved J
. Bedroom Suit, swell front, quarter j
S sawed selected oak, raised panels, pattern
S French bevel plate mirror 3 feet by 2
j feet, regularly $75.00; sale 00 ))
S Antique Finish Three-Piece Bed-1
room Suit, large size bevel plate mirror S
) in dresser, finest construction, easy working
v. drawers, three pieces; regular ff 7 J?S
$1.9.00; sale price...'. JJtGi
S-Plece, Large Size, Inlaid Parlor j
J Suit, covered with" fine grade of damask, V
N heavy mahogany back, French marqueterie; j
S see this suit if you contemplate buying one; v
f 5 pieces, worth $75.00; sale oq 7 Kt.
? Fine Couch, Spring Edge, fan design,
C 5 rows of tufts, bullion fringe, covered with c
Belgian velvet in assorted colors; q 7 ?5
regular price $15.75; sale price. U S
Turkish Tufted Couch, large, com- j
fortable and well made, 6 rows of tufts, C
( moss and hair top, covered with Belgian s
velour, French velvets and King's cords; i
S made by expert mechanics and guaranteed S
) as represented; regular price y r 7 J?
I $21.00; saleprice JSt O j
C Sotf Oak 6 Ft. Round or Square
i Extension Table, 4 inch spiral leg, good
S construction, has best slides and is so easy )
( working that a child can open it; extra C
leaves in box; regular price r- 7 JT
C $8.00; saleprice Ot Ol
I Pretty Music Cabinet, mahoganized, S
J piano polish finish, beautifully inlaid with
marqueterie, size 19 inches wide, 41 inches
c high; usual retail value $8.00; ? SiS 5
? sale price Ot (J (J
S Carpets and ffluys, ?
) Buying and selling more Rugs and ?
I Carpets thnn any other store in America
r buying and selling them for cash only
? results in values such as you can find
C nowhere else. Besides, there is another J
advantage the important point of as- t
) Bortment. Wo can show you ten pat- c
terns to other stores' one, and on every
one of thorn we can save you money.
v For instance :
5 Tapestry Brussels Carpet, good qual- r
ity, choice styles and colorings, regularly
y sold at 65c. per yard; in this sale f c
special at, per yard "rOC 1
Extra Quality Tapestry Brussels)
I Carpet, a great variety of attractive styles S
? and colorings to choose from; the quality
that you cannot buy elsewhere for less than 5
85c. to 90c. per yard; in this sale j? S
) special at, per yard OOCk
f Wilton Velvet Carpets, high pile S
C goods, selected patterns, suitable for rooms ?
or halls; also stair patterns, the regular
J value of which is from 95c. to $1.25 a yard;
C 321 rolls to go on sale on Monday, 'T c
C special, per yard, at OC
S Smith's Moquette Carpets, new spring C
S styles, just from the loom, with borders to J
v match, regularly sold at $1 a yard and S
worth it; for this sale, special, per yn
S yard, at CC t
Smith' Axmlnster Carpets,m all the C
t popular colorings, exclusive patterns that are i
7 sold elsewhere, and are intrinsically worth $
$1.15 a yard; for this sale, special, pj (
per yard, at OCO
? 75 Rolls ot Extra Heavy Ingrain
Carpets, all wool filling, very durable;
Q originally made to sell at 65c. a yard; in
this sale, very special, per yard, sf c f
it , , Jr J G V
Extra Quality Ingrain Carpets, Brus-
sels Patterns, 30 styles to choose from; C
S actual value 40c; for this sale, nt C
5 special, per yard, at Oo$
SO Rolls of Tapestry Brussels Stair)
J Carpets, 22 Inches wide, very best qual- C
? ity, just the thing for hall runners; reg- '
? ularly sold at 75c; in this sale, !x S
? special, per yard, at &OC
25 Bales of Japanese Rugs, in hand- f
c some Oriental effects at very special prices
) for this sale, as follows:
5 Size 4 ft. by 7 ft 2,Sl
Size 7 ft. 6 in. by 10 ft. 6 in G.SOC
t Size 9 ft. by 12 ft s,so
EVERY RUG WORTH FULLY ONE- S
S THIRD MORE.
Royal Wilton Rugs In Carpet Sizes, '
S in rich and exclusive Persian and Oriental
J designs;
? Size 8 ft. 3 in by 10 ft. 6 in. ; reduced for
C this sale from $30 to, special, each JSS, so c
Site 9 ft by 12 ft.; reduced for this sale f i
rnS'-t - r racu i2S.00
s
.. Beautiful Dresser ol
JK Quartered Oak, with
' at 8 ite 28 Dy 34 French bevel
) W & jk W oval mirror. This dresser
S ffll V M ft as serpentine front,
' (vKvL CojzA doubIe swell and sells
Vpseyfrff everywhere
' 11 1 1 ' I sale price. . J s 1 fc S
k 1 121 V If
i' "H This is one of the best
r -".-Jl bargains of the sale.
, VJ"- q Odd Oak Dresser,
with 24x30 bevel mirror,
1 swell front drawers, large size, case of
1 Grand Rapids make, regularly o 7Z
$14.00; saleprice OtO
150 Odd Dressers to select from, all
1 styles wood and sizes, at very low price.
1 Solid Quarter Sawed Oak Side
board or Bullet, 32x22 French bevel
1 plate, 42 inches wide, highly polished,
1 double top; regular price yf c
, $27.00; sale price J4t O U
' Golden Oak or Ma-
, hogany Finish, lllu- (fptt
initiated Leather orsj22)
1 Shaped IVootf Sear Cse35j
Rocker, heavy spindles, KZlL
high back, large scat, AvUUIjM ?m
, well finished; a regular T(1lll JIJlll
$4.00article; 0 f C llll' mil
sale price... . & 6rO y
Open Bookcase of fj Jj JTm
oak; back and shelf also WPafaFA
of oak, two sizes; regular U j nJ
price $8.00; yf eft M v-
saleprice.. rttsJU
1 Combination Chiffonier and Ward
robe combined, of oak; has 18 by 14
French beve' plate, and is 40 in. wide,
6 feet high; regular price $15.75; Q 7 G
sale price Ct O
t Solid Oak Cane Seat
Dining Room Chair,
brace arm, heavy post,
nicely finished; a regular
$1.25 chair; on jn n
sale Monday for OOC
Only 8 to a customer.
Solid Oak Dining
Room Chair, cane seat,
1 brace arm and apron front,
LI very heavy turned spindle,
11 W ll strong and well finished;
i sells regularly at Q C ,
$1.50; saleprice CJOC
Beautiful India Stool, covered with :
figured tapestry, saves buying a f Kl
pillow; regularly $3; saleprice. JtOU
Iron Bed, 1-inch post, head 5 feet high,
heavy filling, brass vases; regu- n f E
larly $4.50, sale price At OO
Enamelled Beds, not painted, any size,
same price.
BLjif
Brass Bed, lj-inch post, cast brass '
trimmings, husks on uprights, finest lacquer, (
high head and foot, very fine; jq Kfl
regular price $30.00, sale price, O U (
Heavy Iron Bed, with goose neck cross '
rod support, heavy chills and filling, brass (
top rod and spindles; a regular yt cs
$7 bed; any size on sale Monday, 7ft O U '
This bed, our exclusive design; we have '
200 of them to dispose of, but know they '
will be sold in one week. Be quick.
We carry the largest and most complete
line of Brass and Iron Beds in the city and '
quote the LOWEST PRICES. ,
9nJ Prrnnr We tako " or
wan apor. grantea thnt you
have read in the newspapers nil about 1
the Wall Paper TrtiHt which has recently
been formed nnd which has advanced
prices all around from 1 5 to 50 per cont. (
according to circumstances. Whilo we
do not claim to have foreseen this com- i
bination, we have, ne a mutter of fact, '
bought all our wall papers for the '
coming season before the now prices '
went Into effect, and nre therefore in n 1
position to sell, whilo our present stock (
holds out, first quality wall papers at '
the same prices, or less, that other (
wnll paper dealers will liavo TO PAY
AT WHOLESALE on orders placed now.
If you comparo the following rcpro- '
sentative values with prices quoted olse. '
whore you will see at a glanco that you t
can Bave quito a bit of money by coming
here to buy what you need;
Oood White Back Papers, with bor-1
ders to match, perfect combinations, that ,
the exclusive stores charge 8c a roll n t
for; here to-morrow, per roll )C 1
A Oood Variety of the Finest Light
and Dark Wall Papers, also some gilt i
effects in artistic designs, suitable for halls, S
dining rooms and bedrooms; special o
price to-morrow, per roll Off
Fine Embossed Papers, suitable for
any and all rooms in your house; goods that '
cannot be duplicated In New York to-day
for less than 20c. per roll; here
lo-morrow, at, per roll J Az. 3C "1
We carry in stock also the most complete V
assortment of large floral effects, as well as
tapestries and burlaps for dining rooms, j
halls and libraries; fine hand prints and,
pressed papers for parlors, at prices averag-
Ing just about one-bal what the exclusive )
dealers ask for similar goods. Please bring S
ilong with you the measurements of your J
rooms, halls, &c, to facilitate making your 5
purchases. C
sslTsiiinsnsisnti.iA',''J''"'fctj!a'- &z
iSi Beautiful Inlaid
? a?5ijj Pearl Marqueterie f I
? IfWWfFRlf Parlor Rocker, ck 1 A
S llIiTT 1 or mahogany, cobbler C
? rtvLlll I i"iir' or wock1 seat, beautiful
Villi 1 1 I designs, large, com- 1
BUllI 5 HUI fortable, luxurious and
' VPeMI tSSH strong; regular value
? yYiV 1 ipCl $5.50; sale 9 Ac)
c 7fL WJ price c rQ v
WllVa Serpentine Front 1
t KJ aJ Chlttonler, has pit-
C SJ tern French bevelplate, c
i highly polished, size of top, 30 inches wide, r (
C 22 inches deep; regular price, fc ))!
($24.00; saleprice JO,UU
) Solid Oak Bent ' .
End China Closet, y.
S French Bevel Mir- tcQUTZiH'MTfh 5
ror, 20x8 in. top, i-aa,g j 5
? hand carved, 6 feet jp t , t" jp J
v high, 40 inches wide; I ill '
regular price $15.00; . jU (
Ssare price, Q ye f H
t Solid Oak Wash- fc -ffi -' M )
stand, well made, 7 V
strong and durable, I pjr jra
large size, a regular S - R r
$4.50style; n qsj W '
4 sale price. & C lg ' j jnl r
J Table In Oak or U. (
) Mahogany Finish, jT" J )
J top and lower shelf ( h
v serpentine shape, 24x24; value C)
) $3.00; sale price J tOU
F TaTd
1 iiiiji -' - - irTTf Sideboard, (
J vff" ; w hand polished, )
swLWMz lN 4x feet wide'
( Tfr! f yip &ri double top, J
5 jp- "y beautifully fig- v
wured and hand
' (Si it "nirVj 'carved; pattern S
lMJiJEE4 French Bevel S
? & i Plate, 20x40;
S I' II ..rrTll re6ular price
V Pr,& sol
C Oak Chiffonier, 5 drawers and hat box l
or all drawers, 19 inches deep, 32 inches C
wide, 5 feet high, fluted fronts, hand
f carved, good brass trimmings, n OaTr
J regularly $5.50; saleprice, fJtSO )
Of lice Desk, in
J antique finish, four f
P drawers and sliding Tl I I "r ' w )
J leaf in base, auto- q
S matic locks; size, 2 1 , ;IIIJl )
S ft. 6 wide, 4 ft. 6 U ' ' NJ S
I long; value$10.50; rsr J C3 W I
sale 7? l
price.. Ot y O ,u u-U' 1
? Stoves at TJory 5
jCow Prices.
I CYLINDER PARLOR HEATING
STOVES, made strong, of heavy east- )
S ings; havo Russia iron tube and drum, S
) fine cast base and urn top, they are )
y brick lined above the door, and are very 3
l good boaters. To-morrow we will close J
; thorn out as follows : C
8-inch size f.3s)
I 9-inch size .ZSf
( 10-inch size .OSl
S These prices are for Monday only. t
5 The New Fortune Cooking Stove, t
( made strong, o heavy castings; has every ?
) improvement, such as full, fine lined fire ?
S boxes, extra size oven and mounted very t
high ; we will sell to-morrow style f 7 CI
3 No. 7 at . O
f Model Oil Heaters They are veryS
v large, have Russia iron cylinder drums and v
F a new improved brass oil tank holding about
5 2 gallons of oil, so they will burn 9 hours )
c without refilling; they are very effective c
r heaters, mounted on beautiful wrought c
? ironstands; regular price $3.50; o Ori
i special, to-morrow i6iv
f t7as Radiators, four tube size, made of C
fine gold bronze castings; have Russia iron f
j tubes and are very durable; we q 7 El
offer the $4.50 style to-morrow at. T '
sJ? 2ery Jfmportant )
Sale of Srai Stool I
Snamel 'Ware. I
i Every piece fully GUARANTEED TOS
illE PERFECT in every particular. A 1
. raro opportunity for obtaining superior J
Gray Enamel Ware for much LTSSl
THAN THE COST OK MANUFACTLIU.
Rice Boilers, iy, qt. size, regular price )
' 65c ; to-morrow 29c
) Covered Buckets, 2 qt. sire, regular I
k price 15c.;, to-morrow tSV
' Colanders, lli-j inch size, regular price S
45c. ; to-morrow .'.... 22c
Soap Dishes, hanging style, regjlar I
' price 15c. ; to-morrow ScC
' Dresden Kettles, 4 qt. size, regular (
price 50c ; to-morrow 25e
Cuspidors, the usual style, regular price
, 20c. ; to-morrow 7c 1
Tea Kettles, 5 qt. size or No. 7, regular
' price 65c, ; to-morrow 32c J
, Rinsing Pans, 14 qt. size, regular price S
( 60c; to-morrow ,.,..,.,.,, 25c i
, Lipped Saucepans, 2 qt. size, regular j
( price 25c; to-morrow Sol
t Dresden Saucepans, 4 qt. size, reguiar t
price, 65c; to-morrow .2St )
, Cof.ce Pott, 3 qt. size, regular price S
35c; lo-morrow St J
Coffee Pots, 4 qt. size, regular price 3
50c. ; to-morrow , JOtJ I
Tea Pots, 2 qt. size, regular price 35c. I
to-morrow , ,.S S 1
Tea Pots, 3 qt. size, regulsr price 45c. ; S 1
to-morrow , St ) I
Chamber Palls, 10 qt. size, covered, C
regular price 75c ; to-morrow Jl3iJL
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