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MU. MOLLENHAUBR'S POPIIA
An Interesting Entertainment at Ills
School of Muiic,
Mr. F. A. Molienhauer and the pupils
of nis school of music last evening gave
one of the enjoyable soirees musicale for
which the institution has long been noted.
The parlors of the school were crowded
with a discriminating audience wnich
manifested its appreciation of the excel
lent programme in hearty applause.
The entertainment began with a duo
violin and sonata, by F. Kuken, perform
ed by Messrs. Isaac Goldenhorn and F. A.
Molienhauer. Then Mr. Walter Collins
recited a poem by Victor Hugo in his
usual robust manne.1.
Miss Sadie Weedin played two move
ments from Beethoven's Sonate Pathé
tique in a manner which won the ad
miration of those present, and Mohr's
Hondo Brilliante was performed in ex
cellent stylo on two pianos by Miss Dora
Lee and Messrs. William Aoelung, Her
bert Woolsey and Henry Albers.
Misî Dora Dee and Messrs. F. A.
Molienhauer. J. Ettinger and I. Golden
horn played two selections on the violin
and Misses Edna Crary, Carrie Sheid,
Gussie Crary and Etta Abernethy ren
dered C. Curlitt's overture Commedietta
in a highly satisfactory manner.
The gem of the evening no doubt was
the caprice de concert, "The Elilus'
Revel," composed by Mr. Molienhauer
and plaved by him and his son.
Mr. Walter Collins, however, first read
a poem, also by Mr. Mollenhaurer, des
criptive of the revel.
F. Von Supne's "March Militaire,"
played upon two pianos by Misses Tillie
McBrfde, Rose O'Leary, Lizzie O'Neill
anp Dizzie Adelung brought the enter
tainment to an agreeable close.
CRONIN TRIAL NOTES.
The Win ni pes: Witnesses Still Hans Back
for Greater Inducements.
Chicago, Nov. S, 1889.—The Canadian
witnesses, Malcolm McKinnon, the rail
road police officer, and Mills, the dis
charged jail prisoner, whom the attorneys
for the State believed would come to
Chicago, are still iu Winnipeg, and
neither has signified his intention to
come here.
Telegrams urging tliera to come have
been sent by Judge Lorgenecker every
day this week, but for some reason they
have been treated with silence.
A Herald, special from Peoria says:—
John Downs and Tom Fallon, of this city,
were yesterday subpœned to appear as
witnesses in the Cronin case.
These are the two men who acted as
"refreshers" to the memory of Edward
Spelman, and induced the latter to
believe that he was mistaken in the
testimony he gave before the Grand
Jury of Cook connty in reference to what
Coughlin had said about I)r. Cronan.
Both men are prominent in Irish circles
in this city.
Woodruff is to be disappointed agaiu.
The States Attorneys have concluded,
after a great deal of argument, that lie
is not the sort of a witness calcula
ted to keep iu so important a case
as the Cronin trial. So he will not be
placed on the stand to rehearse the many
fairy tales with which he regaled the
public. The chances are he will never be
tried for anything more desperate than
stealing Dinan's horse and wagon.
Marty McDermott'e Tlie»tre Party,
A number of jolly Hobokenites, includ
ing "Marty" McDcrmott, Charley Darcy,
Charley Sexton add about forty others,
will witness the performance of "A Bunch
of Keys" at Jacobs' this evening.
After the performance a collation will
be served at Felix's wine room, aud Mr.
Adolphi will immortalize the party by
photographing them by the Hash l\ght.
Sentenced by Judge I.fppincott.
These sentences were passed in the
Court of Special Sessions this morning:—
Fred Roge, Ernest Markers, Kudolph
Katnme and Adolph Schoff, the German
sailors who assaulted and brutally beat a
MAX ST A D LE Κ & CO..
Broadway, comer Uraod street.
REMOVAL BULLETIN, NOV. 0, '89.
We do not study the weather prédictions to advertise.
Our stocks must (jo and that quickly, The price is a
minor consideration. The public appreciate th is.
When stylish custom-made (foods are thrown on the
counters to he sold at whatever price they will briny the
public soon learn it and flock to the scene.
This is what they are doing now,
We guarantee that greater bargains are now to be
had at our stores than elsewhere in this city. Here are
S some of them:—
.95
$9,75
$5.65
Buys you a Man's fine Imported
Chinchilla Overcoat, cassl
ni«*re or satin lined, worth
830.
Buys Men's Business Cassimere
Suits, which are worth 810.
Buys you a Man's flue Kersey
Overcoat, superbly made,
worth 832.
Buys you a Man's flue Melton I
Overcoat, a gorgeous gar- i
ment, worth 823.
99c.
$1.45
Buys you Men's English Tweed !
aud Kersey Overcoats, satin ι
or cassimere lined, worth
•32.
Buys you a pair of Men's i
Working Trousers, worth ]
#3.50.
Buys you a pair of Men's line
A11-Wool Trousers, worth
•3.50.
Buys you a pair of Men's im
ported Trousers, worth else
where 85.50.
You can bu? a fine Imported
Chinchilla or Kersey Over
coat, cassimere or satin
Lined, all stylish shades,
worth H40, for
You can buy % Man** fine
Cheviot Salt» for business
wear, worth $10, for
You can buy a Man's fine Black
Corkscrew Sack or Cutaway
Suit, worth ®13, for
Yon can buy a Man's Imported
Dress Suit, Worsted, Caswi
mere or Thibet, worth 9>25,
for '
You oau buy a pair of Boy's
Trousers, worth 95c., for
You can buy a Child's Suit, two
pieces, plain blouses, worth
113, for
Yon can buy Boys' Dress Suits,
Corkscrews or Diagonals,
worth #8, for
You can buy Boys' fine Scotch
Cheviot Suits and Overcoats,
worth ®7, for
Yon can buy a Stylish Derby
Hat, worth 92.50, for
$2,95
99c,
OPEN EVENINGS DURING THIS SALE UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK.
MAX STABLER & CO.,
Broadway, Corner Grand Street,
NEW YORK,
Hoboken policeman on a recent
Saturday night, nine months each and
cost; Pat Hamilton, assault and battery,
$5 and costs; Joseph Flood, a refractory
youngster, to the Reform School, Antonio
Jondge, two charges of assault and bat
tery, $5 and costs on each, and Samuel
McQuialan, .Joseph Higgins a ad Tony
Conine, three years and costs.
Christ Cliurcli Saved.
Christ Episcopal Church has paid
Broker G. Coles' claim of Î500 against it
and the Sheriff's sale o£ the church prop
erty, which was to have taken place yes
terday was avered.
The Rev. Dt. Shaw, of Paterson, last
evening delivered a lecture at the Lafay
ette M. E. Church on "Echoes from Mie
Alps."
The Election—Λ Fraud.
The election is over and yet not,
altogether over in this city. There 1
s.re grave reasons why the result of
the vote in the Sixth ward should be
;o il tested. That a fraud tu»s beea
îommitted is apparent from, the re
;urns received and the Fredonian
ialls upon the Republican Organiza
tion of this city, having repudiated
the returns, to carry the case into an
impartial court anil eift the palpable
villainy to the bottom. —Fredonian.
HOSED. PISTER, SOI!,
Scavengers.
OFFICES:
58 MONTGOMERY ST., 217 A.'JJM
Privy Vaults, Sinks and Cesspools Emptied and
Dte'nfeeted, in all parts of Hudson County, prompt
and obeap.
"^OTICE TO CREDITORS.
I- state of August Henry G run thai, deceased, Anna
Sophia Grunthal, executrix, August Henry
Grunthal deceased, by order of the Leputy Surro
gate of Hudson county, dated October 11, 18S9, here
by gives notice to the creditors of said decedent to
bring in their debts, demands and claims against
the estate of said decedent, under oath or affir
mation within nine months from the date of said
order, or they will be for ever barred of any action
therefor against «aid executrtc.
ANNA SOPHIA GRUNTHAL.
VrOTICE OK SETTLEMENT.—NOTICE IS HEREBY
i.~ given that tne account of the subscriber. Ad
ministrator "de bonis non" with will annexed of
John S. Tuttle, deceased, will be audited and stated
by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and re
ported for settlement on Saturday, the fourth day
of January, l«iK).
Dated October 31, A. D. 1839.
JOHN D. VAN SAUN.
INTERESTING TO THE GUE8SERS.
Below is a list of some of the names of the Guessers,
many of the names having been omitted on account of
not stating who they were guessing for.
MARSHALL· & BALL co„
CLOTHIERS,
ί 68 & 60 NEWARK AVENUE. JERSEY CITY.
Xante.
C. W. Fowler
A. L. Meyer
W. B.Gardner
M. Burst
E. J. Grady
M. Hett
C. Ford
'H.Lurderberg... .
J. R. Henehey
8. H. Ooruell
S. A. Pellott
J. Clarke
G. Stephens
G. Brooch
i S. Krupfln
A.W.Marshall....
! H. W. Clarke
J. Strand
; T. Wheel an
I C. W.Weseott
! D. J.Mahoney
J. Iseahurt
T. E. Collins
, R. oualf
ι Τ J McCarthy
I D Young
: C W Flsk
i L W King
J Wilder
Τ Η Taylor
H L Ru Kg, Jr.
: Τ R Ashmead
, Τ Miller
Η. Β. Mead
J. Ε. Russell
M. J.Overtleld
M. S. Pine
M. J. Healy
! J M Dully
I J Meugent
G Van Wagner
J H Strand
Π Me Mullen
, GHawes
' H Schultz
• G Κ Jackson
Ε D Strong
J Maguire
Λ McKenzie
'Γ Shuhan
J Η Murphy
C Buttou
J McGeeny
J Faulkner
S Bailrî
J S Ellner
H D Behuer
S D Searle
G Logan
G E Waiste
W Brass
D A Foohey
J McDouald
C Ρ McCoy
Τ Towneen
E Thompson
BAS
Ρ Tae.i
F Beaner
J Manulng
Alrahn
Β Levy
JH Buddich
A Taylor
E. Kessler
A. Miller
Deheny.
Abbett.
.... Î,ft7-·
7,3 3
«,4W
5,5*1
, ...
3,001
5.860
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... 7,τ;»
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. 2,200
, 7,441
4,250
.. 0,765
,. 3,5103
.. 2,057
.. C.5S2
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. 8,51)0
.30,007
. 5,879
. 7,2)3
. 8,151
. 2,510
. 7,963
. 1,5<0
. 6,7W
. 2,334
. 7,019
. 6,753
. 7.0BQ
. 8,7«l
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. 5,861
. 5,572
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. 5,103
. 5,500
' 1,315
. 3,699
'. 6,300
. 1,785
. ti.438
. S,3ô9
. 2, Λ»
. 5 ,500
. 6,4*1
. 7,642
. 4,233
. 4,040
9.078
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R Henderson 11,776
H. Doj'le 140,55U
J. B. Pellott. 5,500
W.R. M'Donald 7,6*)
C. H. Smith 7,385
C. Wearing 3,500
B. Norton 7,173
C. K. Innesse 1*132
Λ. B. Carhart 87»
A. J. Benders. 9,981
C. K. Pearser 8.S00
K. Wiber 4,86 »
W. Rlugle 2l.67i
H. Holm. 7,640
E. Mooney 8,Μ·)
N. J. Neriot 7,24;)
J. Muller 8,ϊΌ0
J. O'Rourke 7,000
A. Oppenhimer 6,800
W. Holler 8,467
A. Muller 50
W. G. Va nSlyke 5,730
S. R Wallace 2.100
C. H. White, Jr 7,*5.»
H. McAllister 11,000
J. H. Fermier 2,U)3
J. D. Manies 500
A. Bleaso 2.838
T. H. Dacum 12,000
J. W. Cochran 12,::a)
M. H. Dunn 4,731
J. A. Philip 2,547
T. Wataon- 4,440
M Wasshe 6,50.)
C Grebner 8,800
li W Hare 11,553
A Ρ 8a.se h 2,659
Weidemeider 3,401
H R Long 393
J Dollfus 1.516
CE Hoe 8,003
EFrlund - 400
H Wont, Jr 9,500
R Clausar «,·β3;
Wm Par part 3,83 i
G Haman 5,400
Τ J Berge r 7,0U>
Τ G Harris 9,573
CFInness 137
Colli us 8,300
F Rudder 2,806
C G Montgomery 5, 84
Ο Ε Fink 5,161
α W Flowers 5,4.(0
J DeLaney 9,4JO
J .i L eLaney 11,557
Ellis Purcell - 9,900
C S Hoe so
JFSperry 2J*
JODlnfhall 7.450
CFGufperg 7.500
M Ford 8,009
Ρ Perry 2,700
M Mahoney », 5î)
R D Duffy Γ,,ϋ,ίΟ
Captain Butler 5,ϋ00
J soif el 3.600
JOToule 7,839;
Τ Van Ί aasel 1,290
Ε Ortloff 2,«75
R Henry... 3,2 0
Λ Τ Men ford 11,185
Η Frost...: 8.349
lames Burns 17,746
H Stanett 8,415
C Ή Bach told 7,860
ieorga Flakier
& SURE CXJ3RST
THE EXTRACT OF SAGE.
lea cure cure for Dandruff and Scurf—a sure pre
ventative against the Falling and
Turning of the Hair.
Sure Cure for Baldness/
and the Mb est Hair Dressing 1a the raoritefi.
SOLD AT
J. HAMMEL'S,
1 Ε Exchange Place (Taylor's Hotel
NOTlJE JO C RED1TORS.—EST ATE OF CHARLES
F. Clark, deceased—Kosa A. Clark, executrix
of Char ι es F. Clark, deceased, by order of the
Deputy Surrogate of Hudsou County, dated August
19, 1889. hereby gives notice to the creditors of said
decedent to bring iu their debts, demands aud
claims against the estate of said decedent, unde
oath or affirmation within nine months from tin
date of said order, or they will be forever barret:
of any action tberefor against said Executrix.
ROSA A. CLARK.
KOTICE TO CREDITORS. - ESTATE OF MARY i
A. RoueVjdeceased.— Nancy A. Konev, executrix !
of Mary A. Roney, deceased, by order of the Sur
rogate of Hudson county, dated July 18, 1889,
hereby gives notice to the creditors of said decedent
to bring in their debts, demands and claims against
the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirma
tion within nine months from the date of said order,
or they will be forever barred of any action therefor
against said executrix.
NANCY A I? ONE ν
J Ν CHANCERY OP NEW JERSEY.
To Sarah J. L. Nicholson and John H. Nicholson.
■By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancer ν of
..ew Jersey, made on the day of the d»te hereof, in
a cause wherein Hamilton Wallis is complainant,
and you aud others are defendants, you are re
quired to appear, and plead, demur or answer to
the complaint bill on or before the thirtieth day
of December next, or the said bill will be taken as
confessed against you.
The said bill is flled to foreclose a mortgage,
dated August 10th. A.D. 1882, made by Ann L. Culver
et al to. Matthew Bligh upon certain lands lp Jersey
City, to secure payment of one thousand dollars,
which mortgage has been assigned to the com
plainant.
And you John H. Nicholson are made defendant
because you ara t he husband of Sarah J. L. Nichol>
son, who claims to own said lands.
Dated October *Jth, 1889.
WALLIS, EDWARDS & BUMSTED,
Solicitors of Complainant.
P. O. Address, No. 1 Exchange Place, Jersey City,
N. J.
τ
11TRS.
KSTA1ILISIXED 40 VUARS.
HENRY SIEDE,
FURRIER,
The right goods at the right prices.
Fifth Avenue & 45tù St.,
No. 14 West 14th Street,
NEW YORK.
LADIES OF JERSEY CITY.
Now Is the time to have your Seal Sacques and
Garments Repaired and Altered to the Latest
Fashions. Best Workmanship Guaranteed, i also
have on hand a large stock or Seal Sacques, Wraps,
etc., In the Latest Styles, it will pay you to call oa
rue and see my priced.
F. G. HOFFMANN, Furrier.
No. Montgomery Street. Jersey City.
THE BLIND SEE,
The Deaf Hear, tho La#ne Walk,
THE SICK MADE WELL WITHOUT MEDICINE
Marvelous cures are performed dally at the
rooms of
DR. FANYOU,
No. 258 Sixth avenue, N. Y„
of Dyspepsia Insomnia. Catarrh, Paralysis and all
Nervous and Chronic Diseases.
Office nours:—9:30 a. m. to 4:80 p. m.
The poor healed free from 9:J0 to 10:30 a. m.
Dress making-reasonable prices; cut
ting and fitting by New York system. Corner
Eighth and Cole streets.
N OTICE TO CREDITORS.—Estate of Philip E. J
Schmidt deceased— Magdalena Schmidt, execu
trlx of Philip E. J. Schmidt, deceased, by
order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hudson
county, dated August 21, 1889, hereby gives
notice to the creditors of said decedent
to bring In their debts, demands and claims
against the estate of said decedent, under oath or
anirma ion within nine months from the date of
*ald order, or they will be forever barred of any ac
tion therefor against said executrix.
MAGDALENA SCHMIDT.
Notice to creditors -estate op Ralph
Elliott Eager, deceased. — Fanny B. Eager,
David S. Uncles ami William BrinkerhotT, executors
of Ralph Elliot Eager,deceased, by order of the Surro
gate or Hudson county, dated Septembers 1889,here
by give notice to the creditors of said decedent to
bring in their debts, demands and claims against
the estate of said decedent, under oatb or affirma
tion within nine months from the date of said
order, or they will be forever barred of any action
therefor against said executors.
FANNY B. EAGER.
DAVID S. UNCLES.
WILLIAM BRINKERHOFF.
Notice to creditors.-kstate of john
Montgomery, deceased, Daniel Black and John
Means, Executors of John Montgomery, deceased,
by or er of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated
October 14, 1889, hereby gives notice to the cred
itors of said decedent to bring in their debts, de
mands and claims against the estate of said dece
dent, under oath or affirmation, within nine
months from the date of said order, or they will be
forever barred of any action .therefor against said
executors.
DANIEL BLACK.
JOHN MEANS.
Notices of Settlement.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.—Notice is hereby
given that the final account of the subscribers,
administrators of Abram B. Vreelaud, decoaeed.
will be audited and stated by the Surrogate of
the county of Hudson, and reoorted for settle
ment on Saturday, the 2d day or November next.
Dated August 28, A. D. I88i>.
GUSSIE FORMAN,
ARCHER FORMAN.
Notice of settlement-notice is hereby
given that the account or the subscriber, ad
ministrator of Eioine Μ. Gedney, deceased, will be
audited and stated by the Surrogate of the County
of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Satur
day, the 16th day of November next.
Dated September 12, A. D. 1889.
JOHN W. HECK:
IJSSTB UCTIONS.
Hasbrouck institute, no. ιω grand
street, Jersey City.
Thirty-fourth year begins September U
A school of the highest grade, with the following
departments, each of which has its superintend
: ent.—
I The Boys' Academic, the Girls' Academic, the
I Boys' Preparatory, the Primary (both sexesi the
! Music Department, the Art Department.
• Students prepared lor colleger professional
I schools and business.
Catalogues and further information given at the
Institute.
I CHARLES C. 8TIMETS, Principal.
directors, HORACE C. WAIT. Vice-Principal.
ESTABLISHED 1868.
"A Firm Foundation Laid for Be.
pinners."
"Style and Finish Given Advanced
Performers."
F. A. MOLLENHAUER-S SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND
ART,
No. 43 Montgomery street.
Thorough courees or Instruction given fn Instru
mental and Vocal Music, comprising Pianoforte
Violin, Singing. Organ. Flute, 'CYlio, Cornet and
Guitar, also Modern Languages and Drawing and
Painting. For terms, etc., apply personally or oy
letter to
F, A. MOLLENHAUER,
Director.
DON'T
COMMENCE THE STUDY OF
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING
until you call at Vermllye's College. 818 Broadway
K. Y. Pamphlets free. Al» leseon» by mall.
Cat this out.
THOROUGH PREPARATION FOR CIVIL 8ER
1. vice, business college, medical ana law school.
Hoffman Educational Rooms, No. 46 Newark avenue.
CBOAA a YEAR-BOARD AND TUITION; BOT
©ZUU and girls. Address Episcopal Schoo
Haddonfleld. N. J.
^BOAJsnBBa^ w^teo.
ÏBURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD. FOR TWO
gentlemen; all conveniences. No. 887 Jersey
avenue.
Furnished rooms, with or without
board. 23ft Oiove street.
Handsome second floor on van vorst
Park; two extra large rooms and one hall room;
all connoctlug; to let together or separately; with
liberal board. 285 York street. '
Pleasant rooms, with board; privât κ
family. 22S^ Third street.
Large room,· heat, gas and bath; first
class board. 288 First street.
TO LET-SECOND-STORY FRONT ALCOVE ROOM,
with hoard. 232 Third street.
'|>OLET-A SlTFTnT FriO.vr ROOM, WELL FURN
X lshcd nn-.l heated, wltn board for two; moder
ate terms; references. Ko. 132 Wayne street. _
1>0 LET—WITH BOARD FINELY FURNISHED
. large room; furnace heat: hot and cold running
water; wardrobes; dressing room annexed; house,
neighborhood, board first class; table board. No. 87
Wayne street.
SUPERIOR BOARD AND PLEASANT ROOMS
Ο can be secured at No. 243 Montgomery street;
references exchanged.
1 AO MKKCEK STREET-HANDSOMELY FURN
X 4 ishqgl second floor, with board; en suite or
single; reference.
MERCER STREET.-PLEASANT ROOM; BOARD
for two gentlemen or gentleman and wife.
007 MONTGOMERY STREET.—ROOM, WITH
*mi Γ) 1 board, for one or two gentlemeu; table
board.
GRAND STREET.-A WELL HEATED
room, with or without board; other rooms.
970 MONTGOMERY STREET. OPPOSITE VAN
t L· Vorst Park—Pleasant large room, with
board, for two persou^^
85
143
FVRNISHED ROOMS.
FURNISHED ROOM TO LET, WITH USE OF GAS
and bath. No. 163 Pacific avenue.
flûHNINHED HOOM TO LET—USB OF BATHi
private family. No. 180 1-2 Third street.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT~ROOM TÔ "LET—
Heated; also hail room. Apply at No. 194 Bay
street.
T°v
LET-AN ALCOVE OR SQUARE ROOM;
vate famllv. Apply No. 181 Wayne street.
BOARD WANTED.
OARD^ AND HEATED BOOM WANTED BY
single gentleman, within fifteen minutes of
Communipaw Station. Address H. S, H., Jersey
City News Office.
TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING CREATES PUBLIC CONFIDENCE,
And that is the reason the London and Liverpool Clothing Compeny do the Largest Retail Clothing Trade in Hew York, and as w3
have never been known to ADVERTISE ANYTHING WE CANNOT PRODUCE, we feel confident that the opening of our Great
Winter Sale will be well appreciated.
Ile London & Liverpool Clothing Co.
Have commenced to close out, at any cost, their
magnificent stock of fine ready-made Clothing for
Men, Boys and Youths.
1
Price Sale.
Five Million Dollars
%
To Be Turned Into Cash. | Price Sale.
WHEN THE
LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO.
ADVERTISE A SALE
The Public Believe What "We Say.
lyATI^IT Everything mentioned in this advertisement WILL POSITIVELY BE SOLD AT THE PRICES FAMED. Every article has been marked to ONE-HALF
"V ■ ■ VLb« the ρ bice heretofore solo at.
OYERCOATS.
OLD
PRICE. NOW.
Heavy Working
Overcoats $4.00 $2.00
Chinchilla Over
coats .. G.00 3.00
Fine Chinchilla
Overcoats 10.00 5.00
Cassimere Over
coats lo.oo 5.oo
Heavy Cheviot
Overcoats 10.00 5:00
Blue Beaver Over
coats 10.00 5.00
Black Beaver
Overcoats 10.00 5.00
Brown Beaver
Overcoats 10.00 5.00
Heavy Worsted
Overcoats 14.00 7.00
Fine Cassimere
Overcoats .. 14.00 7.00
Imported Chin
chilla Ovcrcoats 18.00 9.00
Fine Kersey Over
coats 18.00 9.00
Montagnac Over
coats 20.00 10.00
OVERCOATS.
OLD
TRICE. NOW.
English Kersey
Overcoats $25.00 $12.50
English Melton
Overcoats 24,00 12.00
Castor Beaver
1 Overcoats 24.00 12.00
Fine Dress Over
coats 30.00 15.00
Heavy Ulsters.. „ 30.00 15.00
Driving Coats 30.00 15.00
English CMnchillai30.00 15.00
French F.'erseys.. 30.00 15.00
Cape O.vercoats., 24.00 12.00
Cape «Overcoats . 30.00 15.00
THE STOCK
EVERY DEPÂRTMEH
OP THE
LONDON
AND
LIYERPOOI
Clothing Co.
m BEEN MARKEI
PRICE.
OPEN
Till Î O'Clock at Night
SUITS.
OLD
FI1IC Ε. NOW.
Sack Suits $10.00 $5.00
Cassimere Suits.. 10.00 5.00
Cheviot Suits.... 10.00 5.00
Dress Suits 15.0o 7.50
Diagonal Suits... 15.00 7.50
Corkscrew Suits... 20 00 10.00
English Cassimere 25 00 12.50
French Tricots... 25.00 - 12.50
HATS.
All Ou» Winter Styles in
Fine Derby Hats will be
sold out at
x PAINTS.
OLD
PRICE. NOW.
1 Working Pants . ...$1.50 .75
! Wool Pants 2.00 $1.00
I Cassimere Pants... 3.00 1.50
Dress Pants 4 00 2.00
Imported Cas s i
inere Pants .... 5.00 2.50
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
All Our Elegant Assort
ment of Cents' Furnishing
Goods will be sold at
%
PRICE.
BOYS'
OVERCOATS.
OLD
l'HICE. NOW.
Good Overcoats.' .$2.00 $1.00
Cape Overcoats ... 3.00 1.50
All-wool Overcoats 3.00 1.50
Dress Overcoats.... 4.00· 2.00
Dress Overcoats.. 5.00 2.50
5,000
Handsome All-Wool
Scotch Cheviot
CAPE
OVERCOATS
AT
$1.90 each.
BOYS' SUITS.
All Our Immense
I Stock of
Boys'
Suits
Marked
PRICE.
CAUTION.—Visitors who intend to take advantage of this great sale sliould be careful not to go into any store bearing portion6
QK ο m· name. Be sure you read LONDON & LIVERPOOL., 85*83 Bowery.
London and Liverpool Clothing Co·,

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