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PlM' 10 , . , -.-, - THE SUN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1899. k
III jfa fftimsfo ffm.
Guests Retained
I ; AE ave wecome e coming, but the occa-
B ;, VV sion for speeding the parting, guest has not
I - yet arrived. The hint of thermometer and north
I wind comes at a favorable time, and thousands of
I our out-of-town friends who have enjoyed our store
H . attractions during the past few days are finding
H ; others, quite as enjoyable and even more profitable,
, J among this wonderful stock of Fall goods.
The biting weather suggests a long list of
' things in which we are acknowledged experts and
leading distributors. Some of them are mentioned
H i, ' below.
1 Shoes Some Inside Facts
B , The Fifth Floor Shoe Store has been in existence seven months. In
m that time one hundred and thirty thousand pairs of shoes have been sold
B . from its counters, at a saving to their buyers of one-third to one-half.
m E The Fifth Floor Store handles nothing but abnormal values. It has
B j nothing to do with regular prices. All the tid-bits of trade, all the odds
B j and ends of richness that fall to us in the regular routine of our shoe busi-
B ness go up on the fifth floor for your delectation. Small lots, usually, but
H a such values as these:
B I One for men:
B '' L Itu.act lace shoes, end.oflotsi heavy enough for
( Sj Wlutei. uond.cltaiaat Mandl; now
j $2 a Pair
h ! And two for women :
B i Ton imt brown kldtkln shoes with vestlnir cloth
V a e . r j t Tailor - made
Suits Ready for c 0 s t u m e s .
B j J Women to Wear Styles that at.
B ; - J tract, prices that surprise, qualities
HB i that hold admiration. From simple,
BM jaunty ten-dollar suits to most elab-
HB , orale importations. And every suit
HB novel, stylish, dig. ified. The cos-
HB j tume store is always crowded. Here
HI ' I are just a few hints to tell you why :
K W. $10 Chsviot. ttrsy, blue and black: tlyfrnntdouble-
M breasted flik-liiicd Jackets: rrcll finished eklrt,
H . lined with pereallne.
m k la in-covert cloth fly-front, sllk-llned jacket ,
B j' : habit-back skirts, prrcslln lined.
B K lo-Chevlot: tlyfr nt Jackets; habit-hack skirts;
K if- entire suit silk lined,
1 E, $17 Homespun . double-breasted, tlcht flttlnir
r Jsrkets, Hueii with illk i habit-hick iklrt. lined
with pereallne.
Pecond floor, llroaitnay,
j Women's Warm -
, . Wrappers in various solid
colors. Made attractively and priced
, moderately. Three examples:
or CAMIMEItF.
h fr.-Illuc. reil and I. lack: square yoke back and
' front, trimmed with 'i rotta nf black valvet tih-
'. hon:rollar,ilcovtiHaudbeltalio ribbon trlinmaJ.
H I OF FLANNHL
H 1 i $1 Hfil. blaikor urav: full froul: Wrnlean illtcl
1 ! I luck: yoke back and front: sltshed bretcllea;
H ' yoke, bretellcs, collarand ilsote. trimruid with
1 satOi ilbbon.
B J lll.r.o-lilue. black nr red: full front; Watteau
1 j plaited batk: double rltrlle over ahnuldrr anit
H nilor knot in front nil!!.-, mllar and sleet fa
B trimmed with rows of neat tirald.
H Uthcri In pretty colors, elaborately trimmed, mi
H Second floor, Fourth avenue.
H f 1 Corsets Grace or every f,gurc;
! corsets of every size.
i Perfectlatest model, firm and flex-
H ible. convenient fitting rooms and
H , ! competent fitters at your service.
H j These corsets the Lillian, ourexclu-
H i Bive importation and others:
B $. Ilnst uppnrtcr: An linen; UnM nrnnmnt-
m t-d with trlinf narrow rfttlnribbr.n. 11k-) niiti
B ft 'MM' Hi-fl i-ilitlnirs. i-etrl .mtt'int nn1 illk fr'-m,
B y !fi.ro MtUion slrilln; of fln extra-flntxlied ttln
1 f i1 bh' n: niU whftlrbrtne; )erfert moital; llttiithnil
H with (UtntT Imw knot, shapely ami beautiful;
H 1 t-lnk. whit ami lilnn.
H f 1,11,1.1 AN I'OltSKTS
1 J 13 ftn Stmikf Coutihlia or traiclit cut Ion ami
mHinm wt-i hleh ami luwi white ami tlrab.
rtinio in bl uk $atrrn. S4.
t J4-Cntitil; nil wbalvbnnt. bin cut , cored bint
H and bl"j whit? and drab.
H I 15 2.1 Ciutll; rfal nhnltionr; ihort and extra
B i lon-n-fllt; trimmed with lace; white, drab aud
m t rk --att'en.
m I jr,,ro- Cnutll. made eutlrelr on tho bias; trimnud
j I tip mid bottom with larc aud rtbbnu: fhort and
H L 1'iUK wait; lute, drab and Mark, Same in
K (' tan-v -ilk btit. fhort. low bunt; 90.6 1,
H ;' , ffecnmlfnor. Fourth aenue.
' Men's Warm TJ"e. a ,nIv
H , 40c. Each in niind i the
H comfort, quality and little price told
m h of here appeal to you. They are of
m f Domet flannel, in neat stripes, all
m fast colors, and are liberally cut and
H J well made throughout. 40c. each. ,
they are always as low here often
much lower. Some of the newest
underwear for present and cold
weather wear is here mentioned :
ron WOMKS
2 f.t esrh-Hfdiuni weiirhl. ribbed cotton teita;
huh unck, lone or abort M erea, Drawer- to
match, knee or anile lenetli: Sc.
7-V. each Medium weitrlit. whito ribbd merino
vent-. Drawer with lYeiich band or eida but-tmi-i,
in knee nrankle l-nuth",
$1 each Rilk-and-cotton ribbeil veat and dr.iwer,
in white, AUo cntton rihhM combination nuiti:
loru or abort ileeee; ankle leimtli.
H.f.o eali- I.nim; nr nhort uteeved ailk-aml-wool
veU, in white, Drawera to niatfh In knee or
ankle length! Al'o medium wriuht merino rib
bed Union mil, In low or hleh necka .
2 each Fino white silkatid-catton mixed Tnlon
Miilta: lonu or abort fileerea; anklo leiiKth.
FOll MKN
Tr.c. eachMedium or heavy weight merino ehfrtn
and drawer. H nicely trimmed and nuUhed.
SI each llenTy weight natural colored merino
sUirte and drawer; all Mam covered: drawer
bae reinforced eeat ami come In long or shot!
Jna 'am alien up to f0 incline,
f2aeh Heavr weight, "full faahioned " tnerlno
hirtH and drawer, white, blue, tan or natural
color, hatidaomelr trimmed and finished.
U roadway.
Steamer " Eagcr and niPPins"
o airs are probable during
KUgS . fae yacht races, and,
of course, you won't think of going
down t e bay to view the contests
without a warm, comfortable rug.
! You may easily find one to suit in
1 this very complete line, $6 to $20.
One sort at $10 that will be generally
approved :
It la llie "Kenwood " (If verv thick, warm, aoft
wool In Miu, tin ami Oifnrd mixture. Tho
Mnrtlni: li of li.ay wliln iu ribbon. FptUI
fattntipra. to harinonlz with the colors of thfl
wi!, which, whan acliu.toit, will IIOLP. Oooil
looklni! run" coniforlablp nti'liluruble. 1 10 each.
&(u . Furnl hlnKnQooclaHtorc, Ninth Stt.ft,
: JOHN WANAMAKER
H i 1 Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co. , Broadway, 4th Ave. , 9th and 10th Sts.
H ' ,1' I ' IManofortts, (Orgnn., tit.
PIANO BUYERS "
will lie intarcatsdln thla weai'i '
opportunities at
j WEBER
i PIANO WAREROOMS,
m Fifth Ave. and 1 6th St.
f1k1k1K'
' A nmnlxT of llehtlr uii ani rconcl-hand
H I riano.comiullnn in-triimnt ofnomcof the betti
H I I known luaki'ra. can lie imivhaieil at tmcta that will
tH t' aiiineciateil.
bIHH IIPRIR!4Tt ln Mho;Hny, Walnut, Oak, Itoi,
! t urniUHIO wood, and KUonled Caaei.
H GRANDS Kniublf for private or public m.
H t r SQUARES or nurc,l di"1-'! nr I,odEe pur-
K 1 Old Initrumeutrt taken in exchange for new
tHfB ! Webr Pianos,
HH Inuirrtlon lurlteil.
t C'nriPspnnilrDl'n Solicited.
H i J WEBER WAREROOMS,
H I fifth Atcuiic anil lath St.
M STEINWAY & SONS,
H 4 NO. 10( K. I4TII SI'UKKT,
fafafH IUealwas on hand a larire atockof
ffffffffffB Ml:'ONI-ll.NI I'lAMIS
H of alinoitotciy make, tin Ir own Included, takan Id
1 eieli.iiit" for now Hteiuway pianos. Iheae Inatru-
H mints urn m uood rder. havlni; been thorouutily
fffH repaired by us, and they aru ofiered at lowest possw
H tie
l tt'llrwiiro f llocua Htxlawny I'lanoi.
H POPULAR PEASE PIANOs!
ffffffV ,IIU l.T 43l St., just at t Utli At.
H lllk'hei't standard of tone and construction, direct
H trni iiianuravturer. tuy p.irmrnts. factory bar-
H ia i.f n used plain's. Iiooiip, pianos renlad tl.
H rr t..r catalot'titi
H lMI'llNH-niiprmlit pianns. line makesTperfect
faaasBBBBTsTi Jl "ider. flllli Marrsuted. tllHI up, open avn
H j' l.ji uiin.M-.Y i if., n: uv.t uT.th.t
H l pi'.I.IAm.i; Ronnor I'mimi. i-Uiaii. 1X77. HIju
H Jl n.l .Medium prie. lUsy tirins. nentlnz,
B tichanuinu. 4 K. 4'.'d si.
HH I IMU'.IIT-. IIIIKAT lUKlUINe)
rfrfra V r, , io,,, lUKYI'WMCSlr. IIKM-HHoi..
H btad tvi tAialvic 'jUUDU D, 13k tiitU af,
1H '- -
fl . r ' asssssssssssssssaast
npperai regular $2.Bn, now
$1 a pair
And black kldskln In eierynewtoe shape: laca
ahoes and button: patent or kldskin tips; llcxible
sowed of welted miles; S3 shoes; now
$1.65 a pair
Flannel l t00' of Domet
n . flannel. Properly
J c?S made' and in s!zes t0
at ' fit any man. At $1 the
suit, you'll find it hard to complain.
Men's Furnishing: Goods Store, Ninth street.
Men's and Women's There is
Fall and Winter tupnp;tr-
Underwear for much
deception in the selling of under
wear. It is frequently made to tool;
well, though it may not icear well.
You may buy underwear here, how
ever, absolutely without fear of dis
appointment. The goods are only
as they are represented to be only
good, sterling qualities throughout.
Another advantage prices. What
e er may be the prices elsewhere
IIKOAOWAY & BIB II ST.
FIXK
CALIFORNIA l,AMilXS.
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE.
IO-4 Santa Clara 84. 50
11-1 " $5.5
ia-ft ' 80.50
A lnrjje variety of Wrapper
UlnnliuiH in new designs.
sIAMKN Ic Iti:i:itY ak CO.,
Hrontlwny and 11th St.
ef nil ami Winter iKtjsortiS.
THE LAUREL HOUSE,
Ikewood's leading hotel for twenty years, at
lkewood, N. J,,
NOW OPEN.
David B. Plumtr.
gurchw nml tfxtlinnfif.
PA8H nEOIBTlK WANTED for sr(T CASH.
KUKNIO, UMKastSUlhst
atrntf.
1IATEKTK for Intentions procured promptly: low
rates. BOEDKIi i, DBIKJBX, a Kaasau at, M, X.
I aMUbliikld i.Ji.
. I
Linen Department.
TOWKI-S.
Ileiiimed Ilnck, large .size,
$1.50 per do.cii;
Vnltio 82.00.
Hemmed Huck, all flax,
8I.7 per dozen;
Value S3.40.
II eniN titclicd II tick,
fancy woven designs,
82. 'lO per dozen;
Vtilne 8.1.0(1.
TAIII.i: CLOTHS.
8X8 lltrarhrd Irish Dnmask, 81.10
8xlO " 81.85
8xIS " " 83.35
IVAPKIXK to nintcli,
34x34 inchcH 83.00 doz.
Ui: PIIiLOW CASES.
33xiG iiemstitciieii, 75c. pair.
35x " 8 1. WO
37xG " 81.35
I.IB: SIIERTS, OOxOG,
83. OO per pair.
James McCreery& Co.,
Tvtenty-tliird Street.
Upholstery Dep't.
Fourth Floor.
. I.ACE CLKTAIXS.
About 400 pairs, Swiss
Itenaissance, I'oint Arabe,
I'oint dc Paris, new pat
terns, full size, per pair,
8.50, 85.00, 80.50, 88. SO.
Point Arabe Lace Cur
tains, a wide range of
novel designs, per pair,
8G.50, 8S.50& 811.50.
Sash Curtains to match,
8.1.50 to 85.75 per pair.
Point Arabe lied Sets,
spread and two pillow
shams,
815.GO per set.
POKTIUKKS.
Venetian Velonr, Iteversible
Portieres, finished with
heavy rope edging, ii yards
long.
Colors i I? in p i r e It e d ,
Itiirgiindy, Turquoise, Itc
seda. Terra Cotta, IVile,
Tuscan aud Havana,
88. 50 per pair.
Oriental Portieres, s u i t -able
for hall, dining or
smoking room,
8G.OO per pair.
Cushion Covers, satin da.
mask, brocade, brocatelle,
plain or figured velonr; and
tapestries, 31 inches
square,
35c, 50c, 75c. & 81 each.
James McCreery & Co,,
Twenty-third Street.
girt JSalcsi ana exhibition.
American Art Galleries,
Madison Square, Soutb, New York.
A. ill. raft, f A' M
5 P. M. ! 5 M-
EXECUTORS' ABSOLUTE SALE
On Friday and Saturday,
October 6 and 7,
at 10:30 A. M. and 3 P. M.
The Extensive Private Collection of
Rare and Beautiful
ORCHIDS,
Gathered by the late
PROF. O. C. MARSH,
o( Ynlo University,
Comprising nearly fourteen hundred
plants and two hundred and
(eventy-threo varieties,
To be solil by orilir of Oeorca J. Brush, Esii,, and
William W. Farnam, Ksi Executors.
On Free View from 9 A. M.
until 5 P. M.
Ctlocne luailtd on ftp plication.
THOMAS E. KIRBY, Auctioneer,
America! Art Anoclalion, Managers.
GRAND EXHIBITION
PAINTINGS,
NATIONAL ACADEMY DESIGN BLDO.,
U3cl Si. mill 4th Ate.
OPKN DAILY V A. M.TO H) l U.
HI'NIUYH, I ! M. TO in P. M,
ADMISSION VR t'K.NTS.
Cot anil ountl.
'rm'RSDAY, batween IStb st. and Plaza, ring
J and four lj: Hstmrn llulMtng Daiiarlmsnt,
220 sth at.
ISKsrfsVsisiBsMsVMssBsstSsBXasUMaiaMsaMasasai
IfZlNfS pNEplRNITUHE
Inlaying for Dining-Rooms.
Originated by the cultured and
color-loving Italians in the days of
Brunelleschi and Paul Veronese, in
laying is to the severer furniture deco
rations of the North, what the velvet
robed Senator of St. Mark's was to the
mail-clad Teuton.
To produce the original air of rich
refinement, inlaying must be quiet and
chaste never overdone.
In many of our beautiful pieces a
bordering line or two is the only
decoration. In others, Grecian urns
and graceful festoons lighten the large,
flat surfaces.
The simplest inlayings add greatly
to the beauty, and 'only the merest
trifle in the cost of manufacturing,
as you
"BUYOF THE MAKER"
Ceo. C.Flint Co.
, .45ANo47WEST23St
NfAR BROAPWt
rACTORYiOAND IS6vvtsTl9SrRftT.
Collcflffl ami rhool.
Tor Hoja & Ynimc Men-City Country.
Dwight School,
10 AYest 4il Strert, N-w York City,
ttOth Year miens SniH. U7lli.
Illuh claia private .chitol tor boys from 7 to 3
ysais of awt. Individual attnatlon dvsn bors
vrbote education bas breu Irregular. Larifo faculty.
Oymnulum. Laboratorlas.
Arthur Wllllntii.. 1'rlnclpnl.
BERKELEY SCHOOL,
MADISON AVK. AND 40TI1 ST.
20th ysar bruins Monday. October 2d. All rlasaaa
limited to 12 boys. Rtiullsh Is placod first ln tho
curriculum.
rKKi'AKATOIlY SCHOOL fnr DllUKllLEY,
Miss Mary (Iraff Owen, I'rlurlpiil.
Aies&totl. Separate bulldlne upon opposltucornsr.
SYIVIS SCHOOL.
IlOnEKT II. SVM4. W.1I. C. SIMMONS.
tUotb formerly of llrrkoUy bobmdt,
Opens Oct. nil, at !1 W. 4ntb ht.
THE BARNARD SCHOOL "
ltrgUtril iinclor t!in Urgi'itM of N. V.
Ihreo fiuo icliool biill.llnuK. Ku trance 130 W.
l'.MHh Ht. 14th Tfur b eft tin Hejt. 21. Mr. llnrn,
llradmiaHtfr, or Mr, Lyon, AucUtu UfftdinKHtor,
y ill boat llcftolniol l-r,, 7-w I. M.
SACRED HEART ACADEMY.
Select Cathnlla Boardluz School; thorough acv
demlo and i oninicrclal course; open all year; riran.
clca limited, fall term bruins SKl'T. 7. Address
lJrolbtr AUlll'ST WratChehtvr N". Y.
PENNSYLVANIA MII.ITAUY COLLEGE,
Chester. I'u. ndth year buau Sept. i:i.
Glvil Knitmrerlnic (('. K.i. Chemistry ill. S.i, Arts
1A. II.).
Alac Thoroueli I'retiarntury Cmiraes.
lufantry, Artllltry and Cavalry Drills.
CatalOKiissiif Col. 0. E. UVAT1. President.
I'nrOlrls i Y'ounc Women City .V Country.
l IBS lUlHII'R INMTlfl'TE KOIl Clirtt.S. Norwalk,
'i. Cons. 2th year: primary, academic and co
lege preparatory courses. Musi.', art, and the lan
R-.ae., Careful attention to morals aud manners.
New bulldtnus, sb-am beat, Kymuaiiumj
the Veltin SchooTTor Girls.
Cnllcco rrcparatlon.
N'uiuhwr of lmpilH ltmitd tn twlvn in etch cla.
t'lHKPUOOF SCIIOOI. ill'ILDINO.
Hiiadnui attulln, now In i-ourae of constructloD,
will liureae ireaent fii:tlltiri.
ltiuauil lfl2 Wfit 74th t.
MADISON SCHOOL, 'nVn"ol'7"t.A '
MI'ECUl TY, ltetehts' snd direct irepsrstlim for i
the Mi. lied Science In Colltmbll. Faellltii", Work I
shops and Laboratories Cheuiitry, l'llisiis and
FJei trlrltr Are, from in up. Spc intuit nttou paid
to Individual eases. 1 VO.S TAl'lli:, l'rinrlial,
Kfir Y.iniic Men A Wonirn--l'ity mul i:ouiitry
OMctt, lark'eat. bt fi-nilpjieil hchmtl pioparm.:
itndentK for Hf.'nii' (xanilnatutus.
fore cry ON 1 atntlpul preimreil rlheni?tu this i
ichoolliaairci KdsrULLY priarp(l I'M K.
ClatDi'H arc open to both exrs. Ako rauur from
Ttor.f.. Clanpeift or piialrlie)onrta deft i. Coiir(H
rover tin requtrntii'tntt for inr COLLIN. K. SCIIIX
TIKIl whniil nr I'HOFKMhlONAL hiol In tho
1'nfted State. I'nll Trim Now Open. I
NKW Y4IKK lKi:iAUATOISY M( IIOOI.. I
AMA O. OAUAT. 11. A., rrclilcnt 11M if Dlrrrtor. !
KU1L K. CAMKHKU. l'h. II.. I.I.. It., l'runipal.
Collegiate School
U4l WEST Mi:VKNTY-SKVKTII ST.
HK.OI'ENS MONDAY, OCTOHEIt 2.
Mr. Mycatt atschoolhouse tlally. 'j to 12 and 4 to ft.
Uiisiness Colli'cea.
EVENING CLASSES,
WEST SIDE BRANCH Y. M. C. A.,
3U, :tlH, a-U) West .17Hl SI.
tU'EN OCTOIIKIl ad.
Aliebra aud le.inutry. Arithmetic. HunHeenlnf,
Peiimausblp, Commercial Law, Htenocrapliy, Type
writing, KnuliMh llrniiimir, Klocution, Kreiieb, tier
111:411, Mpanlsb, Vocal litis. c. Physiology, First A.d,
Mechanical and Arcbit'-ctutal Drarriuu.
ALSO GYMNASIUM,
SHOWER BATHS, SWIMMING POOL,
ami many other ailvautatiea.
Call or write for proapfctui.
The Packard Commercial School,
COII. 4TII AVE. AND M3I ST.
FORTY-SECOND YEAR.
BTt'DF.NTS MAY F.NrF.U AT ANY TIMK.
Offlcoprn K:30 to S ccry wsol. day.
For prospec'.ua address
THE PACKARD SCHOOL,
101 F.A8T Utl) HT.. NF.W YOIIK. '
Annual Free Night Class
EXCLUSIVELY for tho.e employed dally,
STENOGKAPHY opens oct. j.iri).
aiLtiuuKWin ....Nl'MIIEK I.IM1TEO....
AND Apply personally. j-P, oeulnKS.
typewriting PROFESSTONAL COURSE.
TRAIN INf. Dally it months :to.
IKAirillNti Personal IWIstrallon daily.
inmOl A.M. to 4 P,M -before Oct V.
ov-liuuu tj.NnEl) CHAlllTIKS I1U1LD O,
10.'. 1:. sad ST. Cor. 22dst 4th av.
(Formerly 43 st.) i F. E. I'AliUI.SII. Instructor.
ASSOCIATION IIUMINE'iS INSTITUTE.
JJd.St. nnil 41li At.
Conducted by protuluent business nieu of New
York wlio take n personal Interest In all araduates.
Utudeuts enter at any time. Inillvltlital iutntrtiou
In all commercial studies. Kit-eptlonal advantages
anil moderate tuition. He ipen. Heit. r uy
esftidun, Uiilt) to ' o'clock Houd for prospectus.
Long Island Business College.
nr. to 14U South F.lithlh street, Ilrooklyn.
Iluslness, Htenocraphy, Tvjtewritlnff, Preparatory,
Kesuts1 anil Civil Ser Ice Courses, ilay ant K.ven
IiikUsssIoiis. 11F.NHY O, WUU11IT. l'rlnclpab
SchuiiU nf Lniifiiinces.
Spanish,
MlENCn, tlEIlMAN,
ITALIAN, Etc.
The Iterlltr Helmul f Ln.RilHxes.
1123 Ilrosdway, N. Y. 7B Court at., H'kln.
Hpeclal advantages for visitors to
Paris Exhibition.
Schools of riiyalral Culture.
THE CARNEGIE HALL
GYMNASIUM! l"orS'r';Va"a
(rOHUICULY UEltKF.LGY) I tr,4 W. st r,7th at,
Od.bb Oet. ltd. Oltlrn hours Il-l'-illlO, tilSD-4.
DR. SAVAGE, GYMNASIUM
0S Wont (Oth Street.
TENTH HEAIION NOW OPEN.
Normal Class and Private Instruction. Circulars.
I1LUKKI.EY CUIIMUIMP SCHOOL,
S3 WEST OfflnimillU I4TH ST.
Uir(Unrou$.
VANTED-Aeaseof bad health that R-I-P-A-N-S
M will .ot benefit. They banish pain and pro
lonirllfe. Onecivearellef, Note the word IM-I'-A-Na
onlhepackai:eandacc.ptiiosubstltule. lt-1-P-A-N
10 for6 cents ortwelvu packet for 4H cents, may be
had at any drueatore. Ten samples and one thou
sand testimonial, will be mailed to any addressfor
Stents, forwarded to the Rlpaua Chemical Co., No.
10 Spruce st,, New York.
If you meet a vounaTuIrl in the stnet,
Whose completion Is pure, fresh aul
aweet,
It'a a' hundred to one
That the vlrl has beitun
to Bud tUpani Tabalis a Usab
' - " - rv-
cfrtuuKtmrnffl.
KOSTER & BIAL'S "Z'!UT.
Monator Vaudovillo 8111.
Vitagraph Moving Plcturos.
DEWEY SI IK tirl
RIVER PARADE - LAND PARADE
INTERNATIONAL YAOHT RACE
ta-HKMOfll'VEtl S'IOUTt.Y-
f) A I lHt n'way A .lOlli. Ileirln. at H sharp.
UALY'eS D4N1F.L FI10HUN Miir.
rt' w Matlnos. Wednesday: Baturday, a.
E. H. SOTHERNVntT5 VIRGINIA HARNED
In THE KINO'S MCSKETEEIt
NEXT HO.NDAY-Mr. Hnthern and Miss Ilarued.
ln the New Play,
THE SONO or THE SWOHH.
A llomantlo Drama by L. i Dlelrlchsteln.
IfaTtninA 4th av. A SUA at. At H:30.
lYIiMirn Onnlel Eroliiunn .ltr.
Is I UbWlfl Matinee Tbur.day A- Kat.. a.
CHAltLKU FUUUMAN P1ILHKNT8
ANNIE RU8SELL'"MISS HOiBS
THE NEW YORJC the man
A PllOMltNADEl)!. LUXE, IN THE
lf.ay, 44tb A 46tb sts. MnflN IR
Tn K1IRUT KinsT imUUW, JK.
lU'lllUnl TIME. ALI.NF.WIT.ATt'nF.S
neinsrkahle Cast Inc. Sam Dtrnaiil Ar FOUclF.HK."
l'rjim. de Lute, H tn Mlilnluht, Nenpolltinllr hestia.
SUNDAY I Inauguration, Colossal ttuiul. Concerts
KAE. NEXTOrcb.l.&DlO.C.I.Oui l)al.r,u,(lcn.Ad.Cl)
EnfirlRE THEATRE etv. MwirVatineti-tu
....MAriNEM W.dnes.lar an 1 Saturdar.
JOHN DREW I The Tyranny of Tears
r'-.CRITERlON THEAfREtSSrtlsiisH
Kvinliu:sHno. Matinee. Saturday.
THE GIRL FROM MAXIM'S
MY INNOCENT BOY m hla.
Mntineea Weilnesdny mill Sllttll'ilnv.
OAKIUiN THEATItE. a;th st A- Madison av.
I.i i enlnKj.fi-1 ., Uitlneea Wednesday . Halur.lay.
'...-..I ii2- '" Anllioii). Hope's (lieate.t lloiutncc,
HACKETT RUPERT OF HENTZAO.
MADISON SQ. TIIEATHE. 24th st. ii'rll'way:
lln alhu'st'e Lauuh-Loossner.
Matinees t du.silay A- Hat'inlay
5S3KS m WHY SMITH LEFT HOME
rlPRAin CD TIIK.TKl!7ar.ihsl and H'way
nCnHLU Oy. '. H. MatsVcd. it. Sat., j
.-.,.. " A Oreat lilt." II. rM. .
HENRYMILLERjn THE, ONLY WAY.
BROADWAY 2
1 .IACOII I.ITT Proprietor.
BEST PLAY OF THE YEAR
1 m THE GHETTO
IIAMMEIINTEINVS VIHTORIfl Tonlubt.H 20.
4'JdBt.,li'wavTtliav. VlulUnlH. (.,t. M.it. -J in.
KLAW AM) FHI.ANOKK I'ltFJtr.ST
THE ROGERS BROTHERS
WALL STREET.
AMERICANctt:.
gy nd yeat Oreit I numiili scored byWazncr'a
' DIE MEISTERSINGER
FIIIST 1I.MK IN KSOI 1M1 IN AMKII1C..
Kei ,2.ic .0 "r,e..i Mat.., l.iniilliH. r. ats.2.-,o.
Nest Week HOMED .v. Jt'I.IKl' tin F.nullsb
hl.ei.li.1 lir.wr.V ATTKAt'TIONW This WeeTJcT
WOULD IN WAX. SB gm CINF.MATOOHAPH.
li!flilRN US KB
NF.W OIIOI-PK. IIR Cll AIIMINO Ml'dll'.
Ojien Una .Mnrnlna? at U A. M. to II I. M.
tathA THIMTUE. U way 2Ktli st.
flsaw IflWg F.vki. atM. Jla s. Wed. A Sat.
O,. MRS. FISKE i" BECKY SHARP.
I rasst" . Heats on Sale fiur weeks In advance.
WALLACK'S ''wy nd aotii st
llrtLLHUrX O. Kve'ix IT.. Sat Mt 2:ir,.
WM. H. Il'reseiltjnganevi A- lelli an eoi.edv
U II A IN L I I xiiiv aVistkuiiam
MURRAY iiii.LiniiAriir. -tyt-
II V lionnelly stock Co. fT5eiw5-Cl
U THE HI6HEST BIDDER $kri$
V.- Prices: 2r,c, iir.c.. ..oc. iI-
ACADEMY OF MIMIC. Wilis' .v Iruilii7
ANOIIEW LAST WKKIv
M A C K t.i.M' V,?""'
I'nres2 .. -.i ,7r. $1 Mais. Wed hat., 2. Fr ,M:ir..
Noit 'k -UenniauTl.umiinu-The till Homestead,
T. NIC1IOI Ah (..ltlE.
twill hT. ANU COI.fMlirS AV.
(KOWIILII Ml.llli.l. M .MISKIANS.
KALTENBORN'S 'V;.!:' Si!:::
To inbt Tscliaikowsk.'s Symphony I'jtl.. bun.
Yje iiTfTls'TT t'oiit niiiiHis rertiiriiiiiiu-e.
ivijlTn h I- 1" " '',-
""" " IIAKKY LAt' A- CO.
I CHING LING FOO & CO.
! I'iNiih - Krrol. I'ron Khli lila. Stnr-t.
I ui;it xrii.. , roia miiia v iiamiuk k.
PMRTtlfTS '2'i?Vr"Slx Sennetls.
! I IIUUIUII U 1.1. zr.,. 111.'. Ilnniii. l'h rnlou.
'I'llI'MM.' ILINOllK HISi: Its 3tlntll.is. llutlllll1
i Tills Afternoon Yiiehl Itaees IloiirmliU'tMlt
mi nr sn. t.' camili.e
rALAbt 3?,niv. i D'ARVILLE.
mothers Cont. I'orf lft, sr, coc Lid.es, Alts., loc.
nriiirv NIATINEE TO-DAY
UbWcT MAJESTIC BURLESQUERS.
Iatl4thst "THE KNEII'I" CTIIU"
I PASTOR'S l;vrXXvis','OIM I '.."'
I Sl!TS SO A 30 lENTa. KAY AMI NIOIIT
1 'IOSY I'AhTOll. HILDA THOMAS A CO.
Ki'WIN I.ATKLL. FHKII NIULO.
TIIK VII A(iK I'll - IIKYiKY raHAIIK.
MF.l'KOI'OI MAN OPERA HOl'SK.
OIIAND OPKUA SF.ASiiN H- li lliiiil.
The Subscription Hepar. nienl U NOW OP1.N In
the lobbv of the Metrup lltan Opes II one. Ad
ilre.s all cniulunnicatious to MAl'ltlt'K 01IAC
OFIMIA CO., HllUJcrlptlou Oept.
KXK KKHBOi'KKtt, llnadnni; arvt filth .
J-.'renuiiliil A li. Atotintr .V.if. ill! It.
I riiAXri.s ii7f..so.v i
MT" r inlhe Xfwllotm t'uMKjue, J JV
il-HAU dc UKIMlillM; S r
Bl I i- 1 1 Ilroadway A .tntb st. F.ve., H ir,'.
IJUU Mats. Ued. A U. 2 ir..
.ll.rpfUen'ce, IN PARADISE
lllt'hlint Oiildell, Minnie heillEiuilll A' Star t'n.t
WEBER & FIELDS' 'l'Ji:
inruiDi i -l-rlf "mi "tiik liiiti.
WHIriL"l"UIVlritOM MAUTIN'M"
Also 01,10. Hats. Tuesday A Saturday. !
CASINO! LAST 13 TIMES! Thi Rounders!
oUVF.NlltS' N.it Tuts., Oct.ln First of Season '
MANHATTANEiaV I E;.i: isi.,M'"
A STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND.
(Till F.Y.S.. Hit. Mats. Wed A-Pat. Oal. inc.
0 1 fill WHEN LONDON SLEEPS J;!; j&:
IKVINC. I'I.A-K TIIKATKK.
Er.?1?,1,!.' I RENAISSANCE.
RRANn I Popul" Prlies' Wrl. Mm. S.1 .V oilr
Slfl GRIP OF STEEL
aasbF M PHROSO "k6
iiorsi:. I iiimwu onKTrKTYi.F.it.
1ATM QTRFrTTIII'ATUK-Cor i.thav.
mn ainLd (iuoi)REsF.nvKiisr,rR. r.nc.
nth nnek of n YniUlM WIFE
The Seasons Hucees., " IUU11U irt.
Nu!it. 8.tr. Matinees Wednesday and Hatunlsv
Morning and Alternoon Concerts ai'V.,!.
majsstin Hudson, 8se Day Line Ady.rtlsssaenU,
rltssnaboat and F.ii'ursion olniwn.
TUIDfl AVTtHEATHK. Sliel Ion A. Co . l.s.i.ees.
I nlnU lahuin'a Octoroons. Seats, 3.,c.
(SxrurjJtons.
WEST POINT, NEWBURGH
' and POUGHKEEPSIE.
OKAND DAILY FACl'ltSION . Hicei.t Hiindan UT
PALACKIKON DAY LlNF.bTEMF.US
"NKH lOUK" AND "AI.HANY."
From ltrooklrn, Fulton St bv Anueii hjiioa. M.
N.w York, Iiesbrosses fit. l'ler . K 0 '
New York, West Mi St. Pier UOO "
Iteturtilnir. due in New York r.;Sn P. M.
IOKNI.Ni; AMI IITKIINOON ( IS KUTS.
PAhSINO TIIF. WAH FI.F.K1' TWICE.
FAST STEAMER BALTIMORE
Leaves pier foot West 20th Street,
North River, for Yacht Races to
day at 10 A. At. Tickets, 52.00.
" A.-A.-DEEP nEA FIRHINO on the AtfautlcOc'cn
,- dally, runs winter and s.mnwr
ammmmaBBaBSBSk "efe I ron Utr. Auuler leav es U 1 st st.
bPVbbbbbbwbw V- It. 7 : J '. ; Battery, 8:ir., f.re. KOr.
.A'1 AL. FOSTEIt.
STEOHL NOTirF-Blearntr Dolphin', neit tliu to
m the llankJ bunday, Octobi e, lsvy
e?xturisionjJ.
isTERSiTiomvliTlm
Steamer "SANDY HOOK"
will accompany the yachts over the
course on the Second Race,
THURSDAY, OCT. 5U1,
LKAVINH
PIER 8, NORTH RIVER, AT 9 A. M.
TICKETS, $5.00,
LIMITED TO 800.
Tickets on sale at room 7J4,
Central Bldg., M3 Liberty Street.
Xrn Vorh Trnnafcr Olllppn, 44 nttrt
12H4 llroailnn), IItinl Illtir l.tnc
Olllcrs, 4.14 mill 1354 llriiniliin). nntl
Iluliiontl .V YVIiltroinh, 25 I'ltlon
Wtliinrr, ', Y.
FOR THE YACHT RAGES
The Fast Screw Steamer
CAMBRIDGE,
or nALTiMom:.
Spee.l Is 1 miles and Is the Falet Veasel on
the Chesapeake. Mill accointany the acbts over
the entire itiurse. The Ciliibrlduu Is a three
decked screw steamer, luxuriously fitted, and light
ed by electricity. Her tarrjini; capacity is I.tuti.
T bo iiiauacment
Limits it to 600 for each Race.
Tho ronwtnictinn of this Meamcr HtTordd t!ift lit
ninut hcMlnc rapnettv wtth tinolntructiM. vitv.
(luHtik n( tbu CamlirUluo art? axNiirfil that she will
lieuntM.f the flrnt lufollowjuc the yachti. Caterer,
Kd. do Urau ere.
Prices Each Race $5.00.
For the Three Races, $12,00.
Steamer will loan TiT n, X. It., arijolnltiK Rer
tn. Httcft. t in A, M. itharii. TlilieM ran h nh
tainf.t at Trinu fi, Mfflrl. .'. 71 It'way; Hulltnmi,
111 It way (Inr.it'i, 1 15 ll'war: Mlllsr, 120 ll'trav,
tii'l on the -U-mt.
V, H.Vel In at pier opn for inspection.
LTEIli;lTIO..IL YltHT RICE
IN COMFORT.
Steamer "Monmouth"
will accompany the yachts over the
course, leaving:
PIER 8, NORTH RIVER, AT 9.00 A.M.
Tickets for the entire scries 00 C nn
of three or more races..... OtwiUU
or $10.00 for Single Tickets.
LIMITED TO 800.
Tickets for Sale at Pier 8, N. R.
iron Steamboat Co.
TC-DAY, OCT, 3D.
International Yacht Race
COLUMBIA-SHAMROCK.
The lViats of the Iron Btesmboat Company have
sea-irolnu licensee, and will accompany the yachts
all tliiouuh the onteat.
i.i:a r: foot or kvt tu st..
NOltTM KM Lit, AT lltllO A. .11.
FARE EACH RACE, S2.00.
KAMI STLAMIIOAT WILL UK I.IMITLO
It) OMMIALK ITS Lit LS'SLl)
C'AllllVIMi I'APAI'lTV.
TirKKT.S for Yncbt Hares i an nud shotll 1 be se
cured at once. 'Ihcveati be bad at the company's
ofilce, Knoul I nil, lia Hroelway S. Y., and at foot of
West T2d St., orth lliver, ou the luornluif of each
ItaceDiv,
Alleleatcil and sutf.tce railroads connect with
2:id Ht t'rosntomi Line to the Plei
Yacht Races.
The Ocpan-Goine 18-knot Steamer
r'jaLH.KL oitt
SOXTLJKra?XT3Vt
Will leave lliuctne LUlit t'o.'a Dock, Newark, X. J.,
at H A. M. sharp.
and l'ler 11, K It . .Sew York, at H A. M.. sharp
below Wall .t. ferry),
OX EACH OK TIIK HACK DAYS.
The Only I'lrsi-elnss Mejiuier from Xewiirk.
TIcLeta p sltively limited to one half capacity.
Address
trXII'S SMITH (T.d. :'7iillroadi.8:i Front st., N T.t".
OHAS HOI..'lAt'Elt, Market llroa I sis., Newark.
F X. -iim.. I Kit 7I Urnadat., N'wark.or
'i'isi u's. Cook's, Oa..'s and Jlcllrblo's odlccs, and
on board the steamer...
TICKI'.T.S fur ffti'li rni'i-. .H3..VI.
three. Hires. U.UO.
Ono Dollar Refunded
nn encli Tieket If ' slinmruek " wins.
INTERNATIONAL YACHT RACES.
STEAMER J. S.WARDEN j
CAI'ACITY 1,100 I'ASSKXOF.rp.
Tlet.rls I. Unite, I m (Kill Lneli Knee.
Her threo spacious dicks will fifloidanunobitructcd
lea ul tli- Itices.
STEAMER LEAVES PIER .6,
Foot of Rector St., N.R., 9.00 A.M.
Miu.c. Ilefrsshiueut. Ilestailraut a la carte. Ctil.llie
nnd Service will 1m. of the highest order. I
TirKi.rs, w:i,(mi ,
Obtainable all llo'el Waldorf, Hotel Manhattan,
Hotel Martin Hot 1 de Lojeiot. flllsey llnne Xew !
York flub. Ornnd 'Irnuk Killxay Co.. L'letll'way.
U. ai.serman,Iluaiie st. aud li'ws,i . Fred k Kberllu,
1.1 Xew St., OJ II way
IRON STEAMBOAT CO.'S
PALATIAL STEAMER
TAURUS
Ari'niiipanit'S nil IntcrnntlonHl Yacht lturos.
I'tiiMiPliy 2,000. Tli'kt'tH iiwltivily limitoil
to 1,000 each nice. Steainor loaves pior II,
I foot Htsotnr St., ut 0:30 A. M.
lli'sorvotl t!rkot4, $!); nt all irln
cipal ticket oniccH nnil IpikUiik linlols in tliu
I'ltynii'lnt plor. Hffrecliiiii'iits.
MiihIo liy 7tli lti'Kt. Itanil.
Wire, write or 'phone l.',0.".ll t'ortlaiidt.
HKIIKKK A CO.. Oeneral Audits, 111 Ilrosdway.
If you want to see the YACHT
RACES In comfort and safety, secure
your tickets for the Press Boat
ONTEORA,
the new, fast, steel, sldewheel steam
er of the Catskill Evening Line.
Tickets tfi.no ea li day. At Thos. Cook A; Soli's,
lliil and liUC Ilrosdway, all lesdinir hotels and
oillce .-f Xew ork Commercial, liwtl llroa Iway.
lioatleates in A U. foot Christopher st.
YACHT RACES.
S2.00-IRON STEAMBOAT-S2.00
"QEORGEANNA."
(AI'AdTV, ,;M)j UMITKII TO H0(.
OhniTTitt n rn hr hid from 11 iarti nf t tie boat
'Ihrrt ..uo '-i'n ilirk, i-U.ptrooiiii, i Ictftnt rt
rant m1 ommdnttonH. laiuu- Tii kt f.o' pjr
dr. or .Voo for tUtfQ tint dan. For nalr at
V.fth AveniiH Hot. Mrltrldt. 71 Jlrlwr. T
ftf fnraluat tho HaMnry ami l'ir , N JC. Mmmor
lfara i'ier fl. North Ither. runt )ttt tor ftrrt, l
W.au. and HMtery Landing in. On o'rlmk.
taciit um
New Steel Fast Screw Steamer
HOMER RAMSDELL
1.1HO tons, capicltv '.'.ono persons, limited to Kori,
will leave Pier 2. X. It., each dar following rai lit.
over entire course. Tickets, tn ea h day Tit kets
on sale foot of Franklin si., l'ler n. X. It.. ( I.N
THAI. Hl'KSO.N STi;.Y.III Al CO.
INTERNATIONAL YACHT RAGES!
I A I. KOSTKIl'K STANCH IllON AMI HTKLI.
STKAMr.lt .AMII.r.lt.
f obaervatiou frmu all parts of tin boat l.artte,
' elegant sabiori. steam heated, three ;i decks
Hteamer Anular runs all the tear round on the
Atlantic l lie. n Mllltarr Hind lle.taurant a In
arts. I.isic. 21st .t , List II er H:'i , A. M
llatery, V. A M Tl -keta limited t oo Fsre,
t3 oo Three nrt races, l.i.oo
Iri'.llINO BASKH- Httamer Auiiler will pot run
' Ucbt luce daja. ALITOSIO.
MIIHBHI..HHBHaBHi.HH.iH
- '- - - , '-
C?xrur$ionjs.
THE GREAT STEEL'"
8TKAHBI. I'Ll'ilIOUTII,
" Fall River Line, "
INTERNATIONAL
YACHT RACES.
Learlns l'ler 1", N II. f .it of Murrsy st . ak
li A. M. each lace d.y. Ti kets t.". u llmlled
number. Ilisl tlnee iaie. sunn Music Ir
the First Naval Ilaltallnn lliul t alorinn by the
Company at reaulsr prices. The 1M. Mtll Til lint
three spacious decks, Till! t I'l'l It IIM! N
oi'i:n ruoMiis aim;, umi m n.t, .irtati or
eiitilpment and provision is
AD.MIRABLY ADAPTED FOR OUTSIDB
YACHT RACE SERVICE.
Tickeis and Slaterootns at l'ler In. N u f-t
of Warren stnet also at(1iol,'s Oue, .u i. ,1
way, corner Warren SI, and I1'2". llro.ida.. mar
atllh SI.
YACHT ViACES.
T1IKS'. OOISO STCAMHIlt
Grand Republic
General Shewn
(I'nder their owners' unmir "inniit. the Kit rker- '
b ickerhleallltiiis! C i I
WILL At'fOMlMSV TIIF Y.V'IIT () F.lt Tllll
I'.MIIIi; t'OI-KSl', KVLII DAY.
Single Race Tickets $3. 00.
o irros ricKr.rs ouoii imii . mcix tT.r.o.
Music, Refreshments.
I.KAVK WI'.MT :t)TII ST. .11. lit lis M . IUT
ll'.KY I.SNIHNil li: mi. i in A. S . IIUIIKIK
HOl'K, IIHDOKLYN, li Ji . M.
TIt'KI'.TM LIMITKII-O-iailn at docks m irillllB of
rai es, ami now obtlbieblo nt priln'lp.ll hotels nllil
ticket olll e AL" olllces nf f I iipHtll.7! Ilr .lil H,
loom t,! Mnti nut 1 1 n. Ti I. ih '!!' .rtliudi. aid H'l
.Mvtitn.'iie Si . Ilrioklyii l.o III! M . n
JAUF.'s K. AT KINSON, Oeii, 1M1. AiTi'lit.
AIYIERICA'5 CUP RACES7
The mnEnincont new I'ltint linn Mpninlilp
LA GRANDE DUCHESSE
Htrrl hnll liounm ntnl dorUii. ilnnblr-bottoni. water
bnUattl; twin Hiflwii, "S.oou tmin. , txl 21 mile
ThUftilp has two jta.'iou i1-tK frnin which ti
are thr mf1. Twofalnom. thior n -In 1 Ii.iIIh, anuik
In it mom. Utile.,' olMpnat o-i lontu. Li ifralnU
Hut hp.-oft hitfli iptM D1 nilnnt i.f her It-miim th
rltjr latrr and urrlvlii back, i arller thaii luoxtof tl.
tl ut.
kveuv PAMtrvor.u i'iiovnr.n with a brat 1
A.M) 1UJ0M T) (K'C'l'IV II".
Thf NEW YOUK liriUl.l) will opriatn tha ifar
rniil KTnttm of Winli TilririKphy on board lhi
hip while ftdlnwtnn tht ya lit" Tbeso nipcuairf
will be roehal hv tlm Ma mny-U nnolt uhlo, con
nected nltli tin table nfir Sandy Honk Lulitlit.
and traudinlttcd tn ita ISuw Yuik and Kurui'e.ia
otUcfKrnntlmully.
Maiesl. Caterer. Lloyd H.iwrnn'a Amrrirnn Ilnnd.
lit KBT FOR I'lUST DY ALL si)LI
T.OKKTh ft.uo KACH. RKl'UMl AND THIltD
1)A8 lutariuiiii, $:.oo and ji.oo, arenrd
Inu to ration. On ale nt Tjfum'a new
itand. in All th prominent hotela Mi'HrUle'a. 7t
Uroadway. 1'Unt Lln-. 1M0 llro.idway nvi. IH;.)
Fratikliu). and .Man tin Journal, 17 State at. (Te.1. V2i
llruadwH)'), MiUfttrori.
Rhiii will leae Parltlc Mall pier, foot nf Canal at.A
North Ither Oct Jd, Mb, 7th, U::.ii A. M.
LfflKvrio.viii v.:iiT racks:
Steamer "Glen Island"
The KIiir Ship of thf Stnrln (left.
X3il IleElliienl llnnil. I Cntorer-A ndcr.nn.
Thre lars open decVs and best strainer adult
for observation purposes, Dininu room with 20
seatlnitcapaoitr All saloon, staterojins and dlnln;
loom stualil heated. Lnaies fot.t cortlaudt st.
at w.o A. M. eu h race dar. Slucle trln tickets.
W't.r.O; tickets for three trips, SO.tm. State
rooms, $r,AO
Steamer "Sam Sloan"
Hjieedy, spacious, safe and room for every hod r t
ecu ecrv tiling, wltbmiiklcatid refreiliments Leaveal
foot Cortlaudt st. ut 1 titHi A. M eadi la'e day.
hlllCle trip, KS'i.OO! tickets for .'I trips, 15.01.
. umber of passeniEerson eali stoamer positively
limited tooue lulf lb'ensed capacity.
1'icl.ets on sjle at the does, loot of Cortlaudt St.
TIIK r'AMOI'S NF.W II WES' ASH NAUUAUAM
HKTT 11 VY LINK STF.AMF.lt.
RICHARD PECK,
The Twin Screw Bleel Flyer nf Lonu Island Bourn,
will attend
THE INTERNATIONAL YACHT RACES.
A des liptlon of this n aterplece of steel ship
building Is not tiecreeare, ehe Is the fiste.t coa.t
wie steamer 111 the woild. Fr mi bn- spacious del III
wlllbeairordedan opiiirlllnllv UIieMellcd of wil.
ncHsliilf tbei tr rtt js.'l.tuiL' event. Ulllr a lunllid
number of ticket, will be sol I. The Ileslaurants on
boaid will beof a blithoidc of en ellen e Miisii
by Conterno's Itth lieitliueut Ilaud. Tickets on sale
at all pniiciial New Y Tl Hotels als nit Cook's, '.'ill
and 1225 Hrnailwir. Oaa's. I ill Hi alwav, and at
iiflb e New llaeu Stnimlioit Co., 1'iei -jr.. Kat Iliver.
Nm ori. TelPpllollei.ill. U.lollll Sla'eroom tes
erailon on applies!! n ai Cor.iptny s oitUe on I'lur.
Hour of Icai iiiu New ork announce I laier.
lie. CIS, III -t It He. H.1.IH.
All Addltliniatl llnri-s, tsll.tM) Knell.
The Hicbaid Tick Mill leave l'ler 2. Fjist I'.lvrr,
New i'ork. October lid, .'.til a'nl Till at U 3U A. U.
INTERNATIONAL ""
YMHT ROES.
Montauk Ste.tmlioit Compaiiy's
SiMin.'r
MONTAUK
Will leaei l'ler 111, II. It,, near Will "t
Tm-iIhv nt 1(1 mill "t 1) A. Jl.,ll"l.nt7.
TICKBTS FOR EACH KACE J.3.II3
ai.i; i.niiri:i to sdo.
Tickets on ssle at ISO, UMI and Mill Ilovl.srs
A.tor House 'llcket Olllef, 4H West l.'.'.lh HI lb .!
uitmi foot Nee Cliambu s Hi and fooiof.llt i Ht ,
K. It. 1'ierla. K. 1!., N Y . Flatbus'i Av stall ll,
Hedford station (r'rankiln A i. Kat New York, ,i , I
Fulton Ht. and 1 IH llroadway, llro iklyn.
INTERNATIONAL YACHT RACES.
STEAMER DOLPHIN,
Formerly
"AL FOSTER."
The speed of the Dolphin Kiiarant.es a full ilesr
of theracia from start to ttnlsh I., hvcs i:. a is' si..
K.Iio . ,lh st , Ilrooklyn. M 4.1. I'aMeiv, u an sharp.
I'llltt'i Military Hand Cullll.lete r'-la Irani -.eivi. ii.
Tiosets limited. 3 .sell. For ssl.sl lli' "'k
rum's. '.'til and l'JS.1 llrialwsv. nn I it oh ' ...'.
4lttst. Telephone, I r.oSMth -t.
1,-OI.IAOF. F.XCI'IISIOS. 2 U. 1 Lit liM'. I'A,
1 tniiii'liiiliaeirrrlhinif H't '" '" " -,'1," "
iHiard. coach aud fare, m llrsl . las lione.. lick la
nt W. I'. HUU'iO.N'n. i-' IM'k II "
311ciiici.
ATTENTION -Ol.ll Hit. 01IINIII.F. (iHMirB
l'NIKti5liy or HIK I'll i i'i Nr.w iiiith.
MF.DIC ll. DKI'Mt I MKN T .1 . YF 111 A M'F.i'I U.lif
I.N 1)IKASF.S OF MHN. Ol.ll ii.. iiltlMM.i 111
list li liiiuereslatilnlie'landlia.lu I i. i.'epeneii e
than am other mllerliiuic pu.i in. .tyap.'is
proxeitils. I'niler ni. uiiiili. tr .i,n -nt bl.u.d hi 1
1 skin dl. s.es. psiu lu iHinas, ie, - s"re ttir
ami ni'iuth, ulcers, painful use. m: kilneyand
blaiidi i complaints, aealdiuu i" . nation, .'ra 1.
1 tiiidetelout.il , mans, weak be- t vnaliiy. are
Ptedllt. permaiientlycured M .. ibotii tn mirrr
i lioiild consult OLD UH. OIIIMH.K Kverj Impedi
nientrenioteit Huilerers d" ml ! time visit-
I In Hess skilful plnslclau. Il.lii; oiier. 'I.H lB.
OIIINULIEneiei fails. OI'l'Ic 11 ' ' Kit 1.1 .LA US si
1 in We.t I'.'lli st.. bets. en nth all I illials. Adtlce
1 fne. M ilnine f I. Hours. to ... rlmuUis. ptoii.
Ol.ll III'.. tIti:V, 13 leurs ll speinillst in
fliss'iiM'e ul men tiulj. tiicktst pei inanent cine
guarantied in sll Ihei11sesea peiulisr to men. blood
pols Hi kllldisiasia, kidliej and blaiidi- t 'illl'',
w.akiiiss, nertoiiK ilcliibtt, t nor in vuib lud
dr. am., iindetiloped orKon- imp" lln" nt. b msr.
nai.Ai Consult oil lir. Ore. nr-t be is the o. I
est estiblished and the 1 mu' st in prj. tlee or any
specialist in lite lir Ollee ..t.i 'II years at IJ'I
Fjisi ITilist. ueai I vion s.iur.-. Il.'.us ut.. u Ku
datsiit'i.'l hcieiit fleiieatineiii, ad.ne n. Mel.
ciii. onlt r. i .'"ins No . Inrv mil"" ' ' riJ.
i A. -A. A.-UI ll KLiF I' I. It tl A I. s r
I TIIK lu dlseains or men. d.iiuro'i eas .
licited. relnf ai mice, those des.r.iii: "illy nrst.
casssclentiiifireiimeot .1. m d isll The liauii
I speclall.t. Dr. Il.ll'cb,. . 141 HIM ',MM sl
I ii to .1. V I i l' H in lals In to I,
' IYII Mils. KF.IMIMID'.S xvSil VIIII'M I -
I' li.lud liM leimlelrre...ili u . . :i -it i ,. il f
tieal 0 -inli lutiro'l loe 1,11
IkltMI'.S IIOIII.IIkNN n ni-t'iol f it
1 female iirmulsr i " piinhs. i ii i ..
;il 7lhai . mai l-.Hi
M US OI.IS1 i.ldH'fe .' i e, ,r- ' , I e.
.'J nient i. an-lull - fit i p ' u .a.
S.V Fast f.otli
,I(IH hr..'.' "F.-l Dr i. .. . ' ;; l;'H
'XO u. atoucv, without pa.a jl-tueil.ii.v.,(u.4w (
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