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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. (Brooklyn, N.Y.) 1849-1938, October 30, 1887, Image 12

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TH E B R O O K L Y N D A IL Y )A Y , O C T O B E R 30 , 1887 . D R Y R O O D S , & c . D R V R O O D S . & . b a t t e b m a n h . H. BATTBRMANN. n g K H H H H H H H . . U U ■> BBB B B BBB B B m s B r r m t t t t t H H H H H H H H i m H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H n H H H H H H H U H U H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H U BROADW AY. GRAHAM AK 639 AND 641 2, 4 AND G GRAHAM AVENUE, BROO ERH R R R MM MM A NN N WW g K R R M M M M AA N N N R N N KB R R R M MM M A A N N N N N K B R R M MM M AAA N N N N N M . . BBB R BBBBBBB BBBBBBBB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BBB B B B B BBB B B B B BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BBBBBBBB BBBBBBB D FLU S H IN G AVENUES, BROADW AY, VG7 TO V95 F L U S H IN G A VENU E , KLYN. I D I N O S . NO M ORE TED IO U S W A ITIN G FO R CHANGE. Wo have jqet secured a t a n ENORM OUS E X GABLE CASH RA ILW A Y , tlio fastest and mo ables us to mako chango to th e m o s t d istant UTE, thus atoid in g th e tod.ous w aiting and This is th e only system m Brooklyn. CHINA AND GLASSW ARE. i .\ vs . i ; h a y c i 5. P H E N IX IN8U KAN C E COM PANY O F BROOKLYN. N. Y„ IKBUREti AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE. OFFIUHS: PHK N IX BU IBOIN G , COURT STRBIIT: Ko. D8 BROADW AY, BROOKLY a N, M X OITV O F NKW Y O R il: WK6TKRN U n F o N BUILD1NC2. Broadway, corner Doy street. O F F IC E R S : fiTEPHEN CROW E L L , Preaident. G E O R C E INGRAHAM , Second Vice Presideift. PRlla^DEU S ua W, S ecretary. B. C. T ho b n . Secretary Brooklyn D o p artm o n l ^ T L A N T I O \ MUTUAL 1NSURA.NOK COMPANY NKW YORK. O F F ICE, 51 W ALL STREET. O rganized IH42. InaureB again'^t M arine and Inland Navigation H lska Knd. will iasno Policies m a k ing I j O ss payable in England A ssets for the Security of iiu Policies sro more than '^'silLOOoluOl'). Tbe profits of th e Company revert to the assured, an are divided Annually u p o n th e prem ium s term inated dui ing the ^oar, certificates tor which are issned, bdariu in terestin i -------- *ance --------- certificate s to r which ai accord witfi its c h a rter. J . D. JO N E S , President. MOORE. Vic ^ W. H. l i . iMcJORIC, V ice P resident. A. A. RAVEN, Second Vice ProsidenL J , IL C ha p m a n . S e jretary. /-CO N T IN E N T A L IN.SURANOB CO. C a p ital paid in in cash ............................ . N etB u rplos.............................. . ..................... 1,000,000.00 l,374,85t;.93 T o tal .................................. ....................................... a s . m s s f i i H. H. LABIPORT, President. F.O . M oore ,, Vico P resident. OyRUB P eck . Second Vice P resident and Secretary. O. H. D U T C ilE J t. Secretary Brooklyn D e p a r tm e n t. __ EC H A N ICS' ^ F IR E IN S U R A NCE COMPANY, u n MONTAGUE STRKKTl BROOKLYN. Jf)4 BROADWAY. N E W YORK. JO H N H. ilO T T , President. W a l t e r N ichols , Secretary. A h l r e w J« C orba , A ssistant S o cretary. j SHOES. I Special in Ladies’ a n d Misssea’ F ine SHOES. Look at our prices, a n d see if you do not think we m e an busi-iess. F o r 33,00 you can buy a pair of Ladies* fine Dongola K id B u tton BOOTS, hand sow e l, no naild nor wax thread to h u r t th e feet; wo h a v j them in opera box toe; also common sonao; $4.00 would be tho privi olsew h ere, onr price $3.00. A t $2.97w iofTo: th e B e ttorm a n n F rench K id BOOT m a d e to our own order, of fine Greison K id, witli box toes a n d a r c h i n s ’ep ; also in com mon .sense s h a p e ; $4.00 would be th e pricr* in regular sh.id stores; our price $2.97. For $3.50 yon can buy a pair of g e n u ine Cork Sol^ B u t­ ton BOOTS of fine D o ngola Kid and foxed w ith straig h t g o a t; $5.00 would b o n fair price for th is shoo: our price $3.59. A t $2.50 we can soli you a pair of Ladies’ F ine K id Top B u tton BOOTS, foxed w ith D o n g o la K id, elegantly finished, s a tin lined; have p a ten t leather tip s a n d opera box toes; $4.00 would bo th e price elsew h e re; our price $2.50. Do n o t forgot oar line o! th e H. B. $1.03 SH O E ; th is lino is now composed of B r ight Dongola K iJ, w ith box t 0 6 B, also in common soaso and straig h t goat, with heavy soles in both styles of toes a n d heels; also in kid top lace, w ith s tr a ig h t goat foxings; have fancy p a ten t leather tops a n d low heels; Ihio is th e be^t line in tho city for the money; $2.50 would bo a fair price for them ; our price $1.98. For $1.95 wo can seU you a Misst^j’ O uracoa K id and straig h t g o a t b u tto n BOOT, heels a n d spring heolb; sold elsewhere a t $2.50; our price $1.95. A t 81.50 you c a n buy A p a ir of Misse*’ Pel>blo G o a t or Ouracoa K id b u tto n BOOTS, heels and spring h e e ls ; a splendid flchool shoe: ain o a th e r ; $2.00w o n ld be th e price elsewnore: our prico $1.50. For $2.00 we can sell you a pair of Misses* E x tra H igh Out Lace SHOES, have kid tops and straig h t goat fox- ings; would b e cheap a t $2.50; our price $2.00. Boya’ School SHOES, in b u tto n or lace, all leather, no ■Uoddy; ju s t th e shoe for hard wear, a t $1.25, $1.50 and $ 2 . 00 . W e have th e largest stock in th is city of Ladies’, Misses’ and C h ildren’s FELT SHOES an d B L IPPE R o . and tho prices a re way down. W e again rep e a t our goods a re all fully w a rracted. Wo will cheerfully give you a new pair for any tha*. does not tu r n out as represen «jd C H ILD R E N ’S CLOAKS. I BOYS’ CLOTHING. ) P a rlor H a n g ing LAM PS, solid braci, fine g ilt, 14 inch, « d e c o rated ahado, 35 prisms, duplex burner, regularly sold a t $6.00: now $3.19. MOSS RO S E D ISH E S . All size M E A T PLA T T E R S . s(;uaro, round and oblong V E G E T A B L E D ISH E S , C A K E PLA T ;;S, D IN N E R PLA T E S , BOWLS, two and th r e e q u a r t PITC H E R S . F R U IT DLSHI'^S. wortli Lorn 25c. to nOc , a t 19c. Lava CUSPADORS, w ith rich gold decorations, 21c, I HOUSE BLANKETS. i ! CA R R IAG E ROBES, FROM $1.00 UP. o------------------------------------------------------------------------i BROADW AY, R A L P H , R E ID , SUM NER, FLUSH BATT’ERM ANN’S Boys’ C loth School SUITS, 4 to 12 years, a t $1.79. Boys’ C loth School SUITS, heavy, 4 to 12 years, at $2.25. Boyi’ F ine Check C loth SUITS, all eizes, a t $2.75. Boys’ Im p o rted Cloth, in cheviot, a t $3.75. Boys’ F ine M ixed Cloth S U I T /, a t j 4.50. Boys’ Cloth OVERCOATS, at $2.00. Boys’ Cloth OVERCOATS, at $2.75. Boys’ C loth OVERCOATS, at $4.00, Boys C loth K N E E PANTS, a t 29c. Boyb’ Cloth K N E E PANTS, a t 40c. Boys’ F ine Cloth K N E ’f PANTS, a t 55c. Boys’ Heavy Cloth K N E E PANTS, a t 65c. o ------------- »o j BLANKETS. 10 4 W h ite BLANKETS, 75c. 10-4 Gray BLA N KETS, 93c. 10-4 W h ite Fine BLANKETS, $2.00. 10- 4 W hito All Wool BLA N KETS, a t $3.25. 11- 4 W h ite C alifornia BLANKETS. $3.98. 11.4 W h ite C alifornia BLA N KETS, $4.98. D R Y « a o o D j r . - - » c . D B Y G O O D S ^ A .^ A .^ MM MM A rrT T T X T TTTTTTT M M M M A A T T M M T T A A A A T T EE K E E W E — M. W y r D l y f W MA\ w W AAA W w w w w v v v v w ww ww w v vw v v vy w w V V & B ONS, FULTO N ST R E E T AN D G ALLATIN PLAGE, W ILL O F F E R ON MON DAY, OOTOBBB 31, BBB A R R R GGO A n IVIv N e8 B B AA R R O O AA II N N N g BBB A A R R R G A A II N N N **S B B AAA R R G GG AAA II N N N o BBB A A R R GGO A A 11 N KU ^6 IN EV E R Y D E P A R T M E N T . W E CALL SPE C IA L A T T E NTIO N TO AN IM P O R T B O U G H T AT G e n ta' K id GLOVES, lig h t a n d m e d ium colors, 19o. per PKNSE, M ARTIN A H IL L ’S ELECTRIO 6t com p lete c a sh carrier in e x istence, w h ich en- point from tho c a shier’s d esk in H A L F A M IN- WBSte of p recious tim e bo common in large stores. CLOAKS, N E W M A R KETS, W RA P S . I <! --------------- --------------------------------------------------------- <J L id ies’ Boucle S tockinet J A C K E T S . b U c k only, d o u b le row of b u ttons, a t $1.00. Ladies’ Heavy Cloth J A C K E T S for $2.2 >. Ladioj’ Fine Englibh Cloth J A C K E T S for $3.25. Ladies' Fine Heavy Stockinot JA C K E T S for $4. Ladies’ Im p o rted Heavy Stockinov JA C K E T S bound, for $5.00. Ladies’ Cloth N E W M A R KETS, all sizes, a t $5.50. Ladiea' Ali Wool Im p o rted C h eck N E W M A R K E T S , a t $7.5'1. LadieV All W oo' B erlin CloUi N E W M A R K E T S , a t 87.U). Ladies’ Brocaded V elvet W RA P S , a t 87.o0, Ladies’ Brocaded V elvet W RA P S , a t $8.75. Ladies’ Black Silk Q u ilted W R APS, at $9.75. Ladiea’ Black Silk Plush 1VRAP5, a t $12.00, Ladies’ S ealskin Plush CLOAKS, a t $16.75. Ladies' Sealskin Plush CLOAKS, a t $19.90. Ladies’ S ealskin Plush CLOAKS, a t $21.85. Ladies’ S ealskin Plush CLOAKS, at $24.80. Ladies’ Sealtskin Plush CLOAKS, a t $27.00. Ladies’ S ealskin P lush CLOAKS, at $30.50. All these CLOAKS a re q u ilted and m a d e in tho best G e n ts ’ S C ARFS, r e g u lar price 76c., 25c. each. Sent! G e n ts ’ JE R S E Y GOATS, regular price $4.60. $2.23 1 lo t D R E S S SH IR T S (soiled as is) w o rth 73c. to $1.00, S5c. each. O u r W a m a u tta SH IR T S , unlaundored (w a rranted), 60o. each. L A D IE S ’ COLLARS A ND RU C H IN G S . E x tr a fine L inen COLLARS, regular price 10c., 7c. each. 3-pIy L inen COLLARS, r e g u lar price 12c., 9c. each. 3-ply Linen COLLARS, regular prico 16c., lUc. each 1 lot Crepe L ibso R U C K IN G , regular price 30o., 10c. per yard. SPE C IA L SA L E A ND LOW PR IC E S FOR r, BBB L B B L BBB L B B i.r.T.L BBB O U U U U U u u u u MN NM M N N M 4j M NN M ^SSH M M M M N M «-5SSg R ®SSS^ AND COMB AND B R U S H SETS. TRIM M ING D E P A R T M E NT. Mieses’ Cloth CLOAKS, 4 to 12 years, a t $2.25. Misses’ Clotli CLOAKS, 4 to 12 years, a t $3.00. Misses’ Cloth CLOAKS, 4 to 12 years, a t $4.23. M i s s e s ’ Cloth N E W M A R KETS, 10 to 16 years, $4.75, $6.00 a n d $7 00. Infan ts’ and C h ildren’s Long CLOAKS, Eiderdow n or Cashmere, G retchen and M o ther H u b b a rd etjlea. Long—$2.75, $3.75, $4.50. etc. R h o rt-$1.87, $1.98. $2.60, $3.00, e tc. P R IE S T L E Y A CO.’S S IL K W A R P H E N R IETTA S . O U R COLORED D DD R R R EEB gSSSg B D R R I ? E B ®SSSg ®SSSg B d I ? R E BBB ®SSS® GGG OOO OOO DDD G G O O O O D D G O O O O D D GGG OOO OOO DDD D E P A R T M E N T »SSSg H O U S E F U R N ISH IN G GOODS. COAL HODS, black japanned, large size, worth 35c.| a t ISc. A n o ther lot of A g a te C O F F E E and TEA POTS, 1 q u a rt size, a t 40c.; 5 q u a r t size, at S9c. C O F F E E M ILLS, each one w a rranted, 24c. BLACKING CASKS, black w a lnut, fancy carpet tops, 89c. BREA D and CA KE BO XES, japanned and gold s ten ­ ciled, large size, 27c. ING AND GRAHAM A V E N U E CARS STO P AT MAMMOTH STORKS. j ) v s i ; K A i v r ? i r . m H iTW ILLlA M S B U R G FIR E 11^ S IN S U R A NCE COM P A N Y O F BROOKLYN. N. Y ABSTRACT O F STA T E M E N T Jan u a r y 1, 1887: C a p ital ................... $250,000,00 Reserved for reineurance, <ko ......................... 482,494.98 N e t s u rplus ............ . .............................. 663,246.25 ..................... OKB-idKS:................. Com e r Broadway a n d K e n t av, a n d 12 O o u rtst, Brooklyn; 15U Broadway,. New York. ED M UN D DRIGQS. Pr«sid«aU VN, A ssistant Seo. A. W. GIUOUX, A ssistant Soo. JtaS E W.^TSON, J r ., Goii. --igeut. INSURANCE COMPANY, X V - i H A R T F O R D , CONN. AGG R E G A T E AMOUNT OF A S S E T S ....... «9,054,810.6S TOTAL, EX C E P T CA P ITA L AND N E T ^ , JO IN T STOCK c a p i t a l P A ID U P . ......... SU R P L U S BEYOND ALL L IA B ILITIE S .. 3,193,182.13 TOTAL.........................................................................$9,054,610.53 ________ ___ A. B. THORN. A g ent, 202 M o n tague 8U _ O K N X K S X K Y . [N MY LARGE DENTAL ESTABLISH- 1 m e n t I m a k e each branch a specialty. I have a corps of dentists in my M echanical. Surgical and E x tracting departm e n ts wlio. by constantly w orking a t tho same thing, a c q u ire very g r e a t skill and dexterity, w h ich en­ ables me to do work for tho following pricos: A rtificial sets. $0; e.Ttracting 25c.; w ith gas, 50c. All tillinfe, e i - coptgold. 5Uc.; gold, $1 up. Large reductions in fine eet.s of gold and platina. A large business, sm all p rofits and superior workman* ship is my m o tto ^ J . F. STEV E N S . M. D.. l.ato President and Professor of tho H o m eopathic M edical College of 5{i.ssuuri 376 FR A N K L IN A V E N U E . N E A R GATES. T|5B ■VVISE-GO TO DR. L. J. HOYT, | “> D E N T IST, 395 FULTON ST, opposite City H a ll,near P a r k T h e a te r. D e n tistry in all its branches. T e e th ex tracted w ithout pain. All work warranted^ ____________________________ BUNI.VKSS O P P f>51T»;V ITIES. T u r n e r l i q u o r s t o r e o n t h i r d av, n o t far from T h ir ty-ninth st. Ferry, for s a le; fine fittings; lease to s u it; will sell choap or re n t low w ith fixt u res to desirable tenan t. G R ACE A M O R T K L L, 861 F u lton S t . _______ ___ ___________________________________________ “ a P a i M ’ER’S s u p p l y s t o r e f o r sale: well stocked, h aving good trade, in a first class neighborhood; good reasons tor selling. A ddress P A I N T : ^ , Bo^l8^K agleoliico^ _________________________ ^ L U ESTABLISHED FANCY STORE for sale; in b a a in e s s th e last ton years; reason for selling, going out of business; no agents. A d d ress R., Box 26. E a g le office, ___________________________ THIRST CLASS SHOE BUSINESS FOR JD sale; on one of th e m a in thoroughfares of B rook­ lyn. For particulars correspond a t once w ith Z. G. BOND» Box 7, E a g le office. MM MM M M M M M MM M M MM M M M M A AA A A AAA A A TTTTT 1 T T T T T i ' n T T T T A GOOD HEAVY HORSE AND' T R U C K . newly painted, a t a b a r g a in ; in good o r d e r ; will sell sep a r a te: owner leaving th e city Novem b er 1: no reason­ able offer refu\\'* r^“~' '''* AMP. V.plH«o at near F u lto n . A LARGE ASSORTMENT J \ . O F TR U C K S AND BU S IN E S S WAGONS, of all sizes, to s u it all purposes, C o n stantly on hand. CO R N E R NAVY AND JO H N S O N S I STS. ^ 2 5 0 TF TAKEN N O N DA Y-FINB STY- lish r.mgy, high knee action m a re for s a le; perfect beauty; cop wagon, harness, Ac. Apply a t 1,4941’ulton st, real estate office. s n a T A L L S 'T r o \I^ET-^W r ” B u s I N B S S l O horses; new b n c k stabln; plenty wagon room ; all ImpxoTemsnts. A p p ly to L. K. A L L E N , 975F a ltonst. E R ’B STOCK O F G E N T S ' FU R N ISH IN G GOODS S H E R I F F ’S BALE. MM MM n L L ! l NT? N EB B R R R Y Y M M M M II II N N MM II II E E R R R Y Y U M M U LLLLL L U .11 N NN EBB R R Y DDD KEB P P P TTTTT D D E P P*» T D D EE P P P T D D E P T - DDD EEB P T ... F R E E TRIM M ING . All custom ers purchasing hata and trim m ings in our M illinery D e p a rtm e n t can for tho n e x t four days have them trim m e d in th e best m a n n e r w ithout e x t r a charge. O S T R ICH TIPS. 22o. por b u n c h . CLOAKS AND BOYS’ CLOTHING. Ladies’ J A C K E T S a t $3.95, $4.95, $5.75. N E W M A R K E T S a t $8.95, $10.95. Boys’ HATS. Boys’ Corduroy SUITS a t $3.54 a n d $4.25. Boys’ All W ool C loth SUITS a t $3.98, $4.45, $5.45. All luiw goods, fit and shape perfect, a t 25 p e r c e n t , less th a n regular price. n n u L B U L A BUB L A B B L A BBB LLLLA L NN N K K E E B T T T r T o S S S - A N N N K K F' T ° ^ A N N N K K E S T ®S53» l A N N N K K E T S A N NN K K KEB T °SSS® . 3 inch P icot Trim m ing B R A ID , regular price 80c., lUc. per yard. A full lino of Beaded ORNAM E N T S and Sots, a t low­ est prices. SILK S , V E L V E T S AND PLU S H E S . A full line of Black a n d Colored SILK S , Black and Col­ ored VELV E T S . Every shade in PLU S H from 98c. upward. All coloro and qualities in CORDUROY and V E L ­ VETEEN S . SILK S . Black Satin RH A D A M E S — 20 inches wide, 79c. 21 inches wide, 89o. 22 inches wide, $1.00 B lack F A IL L E F R A N C A I S E - 21 inches wide, $1.00 21 inches wide, 1.23 Black GROS G R AIN S , 66c., 75o., 89o., $1.00, $1.25. Colored Satin RH A D A M E S , 21 inches wido, 9 8 c .; w o rth $1.25. o - - . ■■ ............. — ■■ - — ----------- o j CO L O R E D AND BLA C K D R E S S GOODS, j o—— ----- ----------------------------------------- - --------------- - ----- o T h e c h e a p e s t, largest and best a s s o rtm e n t of BLACK GOODS in eith e r city a t prices t h a t defy com p etition. N UN’S V E ILS, all sizes. I CO URTAU L D ’S BLA C K CRA P E S . 10-4,11 4 a n d 12-4 B lankets from 98c. per pair upw ard H o rse B lankets in g r e a t variety a t lowest prices. - -------------------------------------------------------- - LIN E N D E P A R T M E NT. C o n tains all th e la test n o v e lties in m e d ium and higher priced fabrics. Wo shall offer on M o n day: 80 pieces a ll wool 42 inch D R E S S GOODS a t 25c, per CO p ieces a ll weffil &4 inch D R E S S GOODS a t 49c, per H A N D K E R C H IE F D E P A R T M E NT, Ladiea’ S ilk H e m s titched H A N D K E R C H IE F S , 19c. Ladies’ Initial H e m s titched Linen liA N D K E K C H IE F S , 25o.; usual price 40c. G e n ts ’ I n itial H e m s titched L inen H A N D K E R O F IIEFS, 35o.; usual prico 5Uo. FULTON STR E E T , OOR Ih O K SE S t O A RK BA O K S __ ■J CUKLEY, ^ A N U F A C T U R E R O F F I N e ' CA R R IA G E S , STA T E STR E E T AND BO E R U M PLAOB, BROOKLYN. A FU L L LIN E O F FA L L AND W IN T E R CA R ­ RIA G E S O F T H E V E R Y ^ A T E S T D E S IG N , COM­ P R ISIN G : — LANDAUS, ------- BROUGHAM S , ------- CO U P E ROCKAW AYS, F IV E GLASS LANDAUS. OCTAGON FRONT BROUGHAM S . S I X SKAT ROCKAW AYS. OCTAGON FRONT RO C K A W A Y S . ALSO A F I N E LIN E O F SECOND HAND OAR- BIA G B S , AMONG W H IC H A R E BROUGHAM S . CO U P E S . LANDAULEiTS, SIX SEA T RO C KA W A Y S A N D C O U P E ROCKAW AYS. T EXTRA FAMILY AND DRIVING 1 m a re, stylish, handsom e , 15’^ hands; sound, rin d for lady; can tro t in 2;45; weighs 1,100 lbs; 1 brown gelding. 16 b a n d s , 8 y ears, record 2:32: 1 bay gelding, 7 years, 15)4 hands: very stylisli; easy driver; can tro t m 2:30. A d d ress TRO T T E R , 42 St. M arks av. )fe3si>r J . __ .. SPA N ISH —WednR.sdaysfl ednesdays a n d Saturdays. ■ issorR . D. CORTINA, A. M.. of M adrid. G E R M AN—Tuesd.nys and I*'ridays, Professor A. DRKY S P R IN G . Profe; _ . fcKsor A. ITA L IA N -W o d nnosdays i Professor ] will rVod a n d Ssturdays. P , O IA N E L L I, o f Rome. J AMES W. MO KEY’S BOYS R E O P E N S Sopte T T O L T O N M. GROTTY & GO., X l F IN E CA R R IA G E S . 9 and 10 BOERUM PLACE. T h ree second hand buggies, one s e c o n d h a n d snrreyt o ne secondhand phaeton.____________________ _ _______________ S e AUTIFUI i b r o w n h o r s e F p R _ 1 J sate, 15M h a n d s h ig h : fino a c tio n ; good djapnsition; excellent famiJjr horse. Can be seen a t 93 Sterling § y^O C T O B ’S PHAETON FO R SALE. IN _P 9 first class order; also brougham , as g o o d as n ew ; Will sell b o th a t a low prioe. Inquire a t 8, 10 a n d 12 Nev- ins at._________________________________________________ _ ADDLE HORSE FOR SA L B -TH O R - oughly broken to saddle; sound, gentle and kind;, a v e » easy riding horse. Inquire a t B E D F O R D R ID IN G AOADEM Y i c o rner Bedford and A tlantic a j '^ four or five boys may receive th e best o ily o f th e principal. _ S e n d jo r c i r c i ^ r s . m H E PRIV ATE SCHOOL OF STENOGRA- dividually by e x p e rts in shorthand in .ctical m a n n e r: superior inatruolionI i f/el TJR O O K L Y N ART GUILD, J 3 201 M ONTAGUE ST. Classes in draw ing a n d painting from life a n d a n tique. In s tr u c to r s : WM. M. C H A S K WM. R. D E R R IC K . D R Y GOODS* &o* D R Y GOODS* <fcc« <BEAT BARGAIN SAUS K K H H OOO R R R R TTTTT K K K K H H O O R B T K K H H H H O O R R B R T K K H H O O R R T K K M. H H O O R R T K H >> OOO R B T 394 A ND 33C FU L T O N STBE ANNOUNCE F O R T H I S W E E K , PN EVERY d e p a r t m e n t . OOO NN O O N N O N N O N O N O N 200 M AA k A AA A A A A A A A AAA A COCO OOO O O O O O O O o o o 0 o o o o o o , 0 0 0 0 OOO , KT A N D 17 SM ITH STREET, COM M E N C ING TO-M ORROW , AN u tT NN N P P P A R R R A L EB B L EEB p D D u U N N N P P AA R R AA t L B L K D D tT TT N N N P P P A A R R R A A £ L E S L E B D D u u uu N N N N NN P AAA R R AAA P A A R R A A L T.T.TJ. B S E B L LLLL E EBB D D DDD R R R R GGG A 21 NN N R R G O AA I t N N N R R G A A II N N N R R R R G A A II N N N R R G QG A A A II N N N R R G G A A H N N N R B OGQ A A II N NN BBBB B B B B BBBB B B B B BBBB T H IS W IL L BB A G E N U IN E B A R GA IN SALE, EV E R Y DEPARTM E N T . T H E Q U A N T ITIES W ILL SOLD. W E S P E C IF Y A FE W , O T H E R S EQUALLY FANCY S IL K V E L V E T S , S T R IP E D ® ^ Ml CTS 33 11 A ND F IG U R E D ,cost over $1.00 to i r a p o r t g g ^ 11 YD. 22 Inch BLA C K FA IL L E FRAN- gs8888 8S8?88 88 88 ^ 68 CTS OAISE, p a r e silk, w a rranted to wear, 88^88 y d 8885 R 8 S 6SSS S 8 S 6SSS A AA A A A A A A A A A A LLLLS EEEB E E E E E £ E E E E B . value $1.69, 88308888^588 L PH Y AND T Y P E W R I T I N G - S tu d e n ts tau g h t in- -• • I . . . -------- *_ .1— - -------1 jq ^ thorough and g u a ranteed. 144 A LL STUDIES TAUGHT IN SCHOOL— r \ P a r e n ts relieved from burden—CO L L E G E G R A M ­ M AR SCHOOL AND GYM NASIUM . 44 C o u rt at, near P a c k e r I n s titu te. L. W. H ART, A. M. R e fers to Profes- rs Cochran, Perkins, B ackus a n d W e s t . ______________ 1 » B B I j IT Z 'SC H O O L 'O F LANGUAGES, 40 COURT ST, O P P O S IT K O ITY HALL. Thorough train in g in French, G erm an, o to .: conversa­ tional know ledge in one or two term s, $10, $14, $18, in sm all classes; term s BEG IN now. _______________________ T>BNNINGTON SEM INARY.' ' WT For both sexes. PENNINGTON, N. J . O n R. R., midway bet. N. Y. a n d Phila. 49th y e a r. Com­ fort, h e a lth, m o rals a n d thorough instruction. W rite for catalogue, le tte r to Dr. McGosh, a n d testimoniftlA THOS. H ANLON, A. M.. D . D ., P r e a id e a t P U R R SILK RIBBO NS, LOOP ED G E , CTS. 2>!S inches wide, all colors, were 40o. yard, 20 inch BLA C K GROS G R A IN D R E S S SIT.K3, puio silk, w a rranted to wear, value $1.25, AT 75o. YARD 40 inch SHO O DA H CLOTHS. H OM E S P U N S and CH E V IO T S , A L L WOOL, value 50c. to 65o., AT 35o. YARD, ALL WOOL FLA N N E L S . R e d and B lue TW ILLS, W H ITE SH A K E R , etc., w o rth 40o. y ard, AT 23o.YARD. LA D IES’ a n d M ISSES’ JACKEiTS, n e w e st s ty les, w ith or w ithout hoods, c o s t to m a k e from $4.00 to $8.00 each, special AT $3.19 EA C H . X A V IER J O U V IN S genuine P a ris K I D GLOVES, 4 buttons, a ll colors, r e g u lar price $1.60, AT 98o. PA IR . K-ID F IN IS H CAM B R IC, 4c. yard. ANSONIA N IC K E L ALARM CLOCKS, 89c. 1,000 D E C O R A T E D O H IN A PLA T E S , v alue 25c., AT lie . EA C H . A T PR IO B S N E V E R B E F O R E N AM E D AND IN B E L IB E R A L A N D CONTINUE TIL L A L L A R E AS G R E A T V A L U E IN EV E R Y D E P A R T M E N T : 54TNOH C H E C K E D CH E V IO T S and T7777,ll 77 h i CTS. M IX T U R E S , h ave sold a t $1.10 to $1.25 77 11 77 11 YD. yard, 77 U l D ISPLA Y E D ON FRON T TA B L E S . NOTTINGHAM LAOE CURTAINS. 77777 qq 99 oc , 77 S M OTS. full length, taped edges, w ere $1.25 a n d 77 ’ *^99^ 77 QQ nrt P A IR $1.50 pair, 77 M E N 'S FANCY COTTON ROOKS, ,11 77777 h i 77 CTS. FU L L REG U L A R M ADE, REG U L A R 11 77 11 77 P A IR PR IC K 35c. pair, 111 77 LA D IES. FANCY COTTON H O S E , O xford m ixed, AT I60. P A IR : also new stripes, regular m a d e and extra long; valueS5o. D OU B L E BREA D T H ALL WOOL BLACK LA D IES' CLOTH, regular p rico 40c. y ard, AT 25c. YARD. A L L LINEN DAM ASK TOW E L S , full size, assorted patterns, value 25o., AT 12>)C. EA C H . BILK U M B R E L L A S , English Sticks, 26 inch, P a ragon fram es, n s n a l price $2.00 each, AT $1.28 EACH. FR E N C H WOVEN CORSETS a t th e low est p rico ever nam ed for th e genuine a rticle, 65o. m 'I l LW ARD ’S NKEDLES. 3 a PA P K il. BROW N’S 8I10K D R E S S IN G , Go. b ottlo. 10-4 WOOL B L A N KETS, ’I9C. PA IR . T. K . H O R T O N 4 O O . • ETIRING FROM BUSINESS! ViBit onv new Linon Departmenf.. Towols, N apkina a n d T.ablo Linens ut attractive prices. Too busy to quote prices. A iow soiled rem n a n ts a t a low price. Fancy T u r k i s h TOW E L S , 19o.; w o rlll 25c. K i t r a Largo H a c k TOW E L S , 26c.; w o rth 35c. I SHO E D E P A R T M E N T . j o --------------------------------------------------- 0 R eliable goods, large a a sortm e n t of Ladies’ M isses’ a n d C h ildren’s, G e n t's, Y o u th ’s a n d Boy’s SHO E S , th e best of shapes. Every pair guaranteed. H H OO U U r B S , EBK H H O O U U g ® E H l l H O O U U °SSo KE II 11 O O U U g 5 E u H OO u u ° s s “ e e :« F F P D D R R R NN N I t r SS o H H U NN N GGG F U U U R N N ’’ H II II N N N O G F P U U R R R N N N II “ SS= H H H I I N N N G F U U R F UU U N N U '^S S ^ H H u K NN GGO D DD E E E t-pt- ’\ r m D D E P P ” T D D EB P P P T D D E P T . . D DD E E E V T 2 Hoop O. G. W A T E R PA IL S ......................................... 9c. C L O T H E S B A S K E T S .............................................................34c. CLOTHES H A M P E R S ........................................................ 59o. W a ln u t TOW E L AR.MS........................................................ 5o. BROO.M3.................................................................................... lOo. W A S H K E T T L E S .................................................................. 18c. Bailed H a n d led SLO P JA R S ...............................................22c. COAL H O D S ............................................................................................ V jss . COMB, BRU S H and T R A Y S ........................................... I9o. BREA D B O X E S ..................................................................... 25o. D ISH PA N S .............................................................................. 8o. Oeylou SPIC E C A B IN E T S .................................................. I9c. TEA STR A IN E R S .................................................................. 2c. 4 Q u a rt OIL OANS ............................. 14o. B IR D G R A V E L ...................................................... 3c. p o r peck CHA.M O ISSKI.NS .......................................... .5o. a n d upw ard Special size of CLOTHES B ARS for m a k ing Screens. j U P H O L S T E R Y GOODS. j W e tihall offer the entire line (about 650 pieces), sam ­ ples of a m a n u facturer, of CA R P E T S a n d Rugs, a t 39o. oacn. SPE C IA L O F F E R IN G IN GOO U U R R R TTTT A T1 NN N cSSn O O U U R R T AA ^ O U U R R R T A A II N N N ®SS.v O O U U K R T AAA II N N N c S OOO UU R R T A A U N NN °SS^ AND U P H O L S T E R Y GOODS. F s tim a tes given on fine U p h o lstery work. A ll work done promptly. H n E E E W W W «,8S8a H H E W W W W I ® H H H H KE °SSSe U H E W W \V W c g U B E E B W W °S S S ° .* N E R GALLATIN PLA C F . IIV S X I I U C X I O I V . T ANGUAGES. JLi BROOKLYN LIB R A R Y , M o n tague st. F R E N C H -M o n d a y s . Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, Professo r J . L. S IM ONIN. W iLRiD- CORTINA , A._; OCOO 0 O O OOO t j ___ O c C O O L O O ®SSS q *SSS q OCOO OOO U i U i OOO ^sss® *^sss® OOO {5SSS3 R A AA A A AAA A A E T IR m O FROM BUSINESS! L I, li L LLLL ssss 0 ^ ssss s s ssss A AA A A AAA A A ^RRB R EB K LLLX. EBB T n n f v SSKR OOO BBBB RRR R II E E E R N N N COCO OOO J o O S s o o ’” B R R U IT K N N N A A O o o o J 0 o s o o ” R B R R 11 E N N N A A 0 0 o o J 0 o s o o B B R R II E N N N AA o o o J 0 o ssss o o R R R R II EB N N N A A c o o 0 s o o R • B R R 11 E N N N A A A 0 O 0 o s o o B B R R 21 E N N N A A o 0 o o o o B B R R II R N ;N N 0 0 0 o JJJ OOO ssss - OOO BBBB R B U EEB B N NN AAA A CCCO OOO DDDD D D D D R R R T T D D R R y Y D D R R R Y Y D D R R Y DDDD K B y OOO A R R R P P P EBB TTTTT 0 0 AA R R P P E T o A A R R R P P P EB T O 0 A A g R R P B T OOO A A R B P BBB T F F F u u R R R NN N n TTTTT U TJ R R R K E 9 F V u R R N N N II T u u R R K F F u u R R R N N N n T u u R R R EE F u u R R N N N II T u u R R K V uu R H N NN u T uu R R B E E OOO T, OOO TTTTT H H n NN N GGG o o h c o T H H II N N N G G 0 L o o T H H H H II N N N G 0 0 L o 0 T H H II N N N G GG OOO l.T.T.Tj OOO T U U 11 a NN GGO H n H H H U H I l fisSS** H H ® s s s „ OOO o o o o O O OOO U u P P P H H OOO L U u p p H H O O L U u P P P H H H H O O L u u p U H O O L H U OOO LI uu p gSSSjj TTTTT KKR ®SSS q KR E KEB T H E G R E A T E S T O P P O R T U N ITY TO SKOURE BROOKLYN PUBLIC’. JO S E P H O’BR 189, 141, 143 AND 151 TO F l ^ i A i S C I A I . . . T h e Professors will receive applications personally on d a tes m a rked. Any o ther d ay a p p ly to the - 16 —EVENING LESSONS. Full enurso for three m o n ths— B R OW NE’S,304 Ful­ ton s t, opposite Jo h n s o n ; tw e n ty-eighth year; separate w riting lessons only $5; reserved seats for ladie.s and gentlem e n ; d ay sessions; thorough a n d orclusivobuainess course $20 per term ; begin any tim e ; phonographio and typew riting d e p a r tmonta $10 each. _____________________ G T E N O G R A lunC ANU TYPEW R ITING O iM i n s r r n n r . m n n a v a n u e v e n i n g ; la u i e o u o p i s ; situations; circulars, id Typew y p e write) riter: e v e rything per- B ranch of 8 W e st IN S T IT U T E -W A L W O R T H ’S, 33 C linton s t ; sen­ ate instruction day a n d evening; ladies’ departm e n t; proficiency in three m o n ths; situation s ; circulars. E x ' clqalve a g e n ts for H am m o n d T taining to s h o rthand and typew riting. . F o u rtoeutb s t. New York. ________________ ____________ m H K PACKER COLLEGIATE INSTI- J, T U T E - T H E DEPART.M E N T o f ART, under the direction of Mr. Percival De Luce, is O P E N for th e recep­ tion of pupils. D raw ing from tho A n tique and painting from thu model a n d from s till life are thoroughly tau g h t. For further p.articulars apply a^ th e office of th e I n s ti tuto, 170 J o r a lemoD at. __________________________ ^ E R M A i T t a u g h t TUESDAYS VJT Fridays a t th e BROOKLYN LIB R A R Y , by 1 fessor D R E y SPR IN G , author of the unsurpassed “ C ulativo M e thod.’’ a d o p ted in colleges a n d schools: term s per eight weeks, $6 a n d $8; classroom s in New York City: 56 W e st F ifty-fifth sU Circulara^ _______________________ SCHOOL FOR York I^R O O K L Y N TRUST COMPANY, NO. I7V M ONTAGUE STREET. OAPHALfftai paid) ............................................... $1,000,000 Mainly invested in U. S. 4 per cent, bonds a t p a c a n i A LARGE SURPLUS. AIIo< check certificates of dopo£ aw aiting investm ent. A u thorized by special c h a rter to ac t as executor, ndinin- Istrator, guardian, trusteo or any other pusitiou of trust, ia a legal depository for inone:. paid into court. A c ts aa registrar or transfer Hgents of stocks aud bonds, a n d is trustee for railroad or utliur u o rpuration mortgages. Peculiar advantag es a re derived irom having ta a T rust Company a c t in any cith e above capacities. W ill execute orders for purchaso and sale of U n ited S tates b o n d s or o ther investm e n t securities. Upon deposit of casii or approved security this com­ pany will guarantee letters of credit aud pay all drafts Under same. ------- BiPLKV R o p k 8, President. E dm u n d w . o o r l ies , Vice President. J ames R obs O urban , S ecretary. ( F r e d e r ick O. C olton , A ss’t&ieoretary* eo TRUSTEES: AND P ro- JosiabO . Low. . M. W hite. Alex. M. ’ A. A. Low E. F -K n o w lt’iu. Henry K SI Jo h n T. M artin, . Oprnelius.Wj __________ eno Orom AlexanderM o O u d , J o h n P . Rolfe, 'R ipley Ropes, M ichael Ghauncey,K. W. Uorlies. A b ram B. Baylios^ Wm. B. KendoU. H. K. P ierrepont, H. iV. Maxwell. O f f i c e o f t h e p h e n i x ^ s u k a n o e V / COMPANY OF T H E CITY O F BROOKLYN. No. 195 Broadway, New Y o rk, O c tober 10, 1887. An a ssessm e n t of 44 P E R CENT, on tno capital siook of this com p any having been m a d e by the Board of Di­ rectors. a n d the same approved and ordered b y Hon. Rob­ e r t A. Maxwell, s u p e r in ten d e n t of th e I n s u r a n c e D e p a r t­ m e n t of th e S tate of New York, notice is hereby given th a t th e sam e m u s t be paid in a t th is office or on before Novem b er 8,1887. Ali s tock upon wnich said assessm ent rem a ins unpaid on said November 8, 1887. will be re­ duced 44 P E R CENT. S T E P H E N CROW E L L , President, P h i l a n d e r S haw , Secretary. _________________________ n n o l o a n - a p r i v a t e p a r t y w i l l J L install! near S Smith_at. ___ _____ ______________________________________ / S a s h l o a n e d o n f u r n i t u r e in use, w ithout trouble or removal of fiirn itu r a ; all business c o n fidential; torm s easy. K E R N OO H AN A CO., 71 Broadway, New Yorje, Room 108.______________________ ^ 5 0 . 0 0 0 TO LOAN AT 5 PE R CENT. AP- pnoations w a n ted for loans m sum s of $5,000 each. A builder having a row of ten good houses will c a ll on D. and M. CHAUNOEY, 207 M onriigue st. Henry K SU ehloa n, Cornelius W ood, '.vell.Williatz^H, Male^ TNSURANCB POLICIES. A . A P P L IO A T IO N a . REN E W A L N OTICES AND CIRCULARS, E tc . P r inted w ith th e utm o st neatness and dispatch a t th< BROOKLYN EA G L E J OB P R IN T IN G O F F ICE. GGO “ SSS h G G O O O g * GGO OOO OOO D DD *>688“ r ®8SSa ®SSB* ' F.KH aSSSj E E *>SS3jj KBB ®SS s 8 R R R y T GGO OOO OOO D DD cSSSo \ R R R Y Y G O O O “ S SSa R R Y G GO O O O O D D K 3.. K R Y GGO OOO OOO D DD ' ’S S S \ . G E N U IN E BA R GA IN S EV E R G IV E N TO T H E lE N * CO., 159 A’rLANTIO AVENUE. F l ’I l N I T l i l l E , A c . QOW PERTHVVAIT CO. OCO A R R R P P P E B B T T T T T ,,8S B . O O AA R R P P E T H O A A U R R P P P EE T “ S S S , V O AA.A R R P R T K S OOO A A R B P KEB T °(JSS“ OUR STOCK PO R T H E PA L L SEASON EM­ BRA C E S A L IN E O P OHOIOK D E S IG N S A ND COLORINGS IN T H E BEST KNOW N M AKES O F AM E R ICAN AND FO R E IG N CA R P E T IN G S , W H IO H W E O F F E R .\T T H E LOW E ST PO S S IB L E PR ICES CONSISTENT W ITH GOOD QUALITY. ----- o FU R N ITU R E , o— CARPETS, BED D ING , .o SHA D E S , E m , o- I I FO R CASH OR ON T H E EA S IEST TERM S O F C R E D IT. STORE CLOSES AT fi O ’CLOCK. OPEN SATURDAYS T I I J . 9 P. M. . CCC OO W A W P P P E E E R R R 'P r P f H H U O O W V V W P P P KE R R R T H H I I I - O O O O VV VV P E A n i ’'1 'r r T OOOO OOO 0 o 0 o o 0 o o w \ v ww 0 0 0 w w 0 0 —*» , w w 0000 408 TO 4IC FUI-TON STREET, BR O O K L Y N , m V S l C A L , I N S T R I I C T I O K . tJTA N D A R U C ON S 1 3 K V A T O R Y OP i o M U SIC, AVON H ALL, Bedford av. a n d H a U o y .t. JA Y NOVA, M. Z. HANAU, Direotora. V o cal and instrum ent.^! in s tru c tion in every branch. Class teaching $ l u and $15 for tw e n ty lessons. C irculars on application. D R Y G O O D S * d:c* T ^ E W M A N ’S . KN N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N NN KKEliKW K § r W AA W W A A ^ W W VV W I V «■ V W v w ww ww ' wv VW vv vv w w v V MN MM WM M M J I M W M NM WM MM W M M M M M M M M M M M M hi A AA A A A A A A A A A A NN N N N N N N N N N N N N s s N»' N\*» B N*’» 8 N»* S M M M M A A N N N M M M M A A N N N M BfM M A A N N N M NN M A A N N N M M M A AN NN S S SSSS 8 8 8 S s s 8 8 SSSS FORTY-FO URTH CONSEOUTIVB Y S A B IN BU S IN E S S . F U R TRIM M INGS. SPECIA L SALK. j UNKQUALKD VALUES. o O —-----------------------------0— -------- 0 TRIM M ING S , M UFFS AND BOAS. I o----------------------------------------- -- ----------------------------- j O UR D ISPLA Y O F F U R TRIM M INGS, M UFFS A?JD BOAS KXOEL ALL FO R M E R EFFO R T S . NONE B U T T H E BEST Q UA L ITIES SO ESSEN T IA L IN T H IS CLASS Oli* GOODS K E P T IN STOCK. F U R T R lM a ilN G S O F E V E R Y D E S C R IPTIO N , W E UN­ RESERV E D L Y G UA R A NTEE, ARE A L L M ADE FROM CA R E F U L L Y SELECTED SK IN S A ND A R E G UA R A NTEED T H E B E S T IN T H B M ARK E T , AT PR IC E S QUOTED CANNOT B E SU R P A S S E D , NOTE T H E FOLLOW ING QUOTATIONS: 2 inch genuine R u ssian H are, lined and padded, 330. 3 inch genuine R u s sian H a te. Uued an d padded, 48o yard. 4 inch genuine R a s s ia n H are, lined and padded, &9o* yard. 2 inch gray Cooney, 49o. y ard. 2 inch Kaccoou, b e a t quality, 89o. y ard. 3 inch R accoon, best quality, $1,33 y ard. 3 inch Oppoesum, b e s t q u ality, 98c. y a rd. 2 inch Tiger Lynx, best q u ality, 98c. y ard. 3 inch Tiger Lynx, beat q u a lity, $1.35 yard. 2 inch natu ral Lynx, best qutflity, $1.95 y ard. 3 inch natu ral Lynx, b e s t q u ality. $8,75 y a rd. 2 inch black Lynx, best quality, $1.95 y ard. 3 inck black Lynx, best q u ality, $2.85 yard. 2 inch Bua^ian Sable, b eat quality. $3.15 yard. 3 ino saian Sable, best q u a lity. $4.65 y ard. 2 inch C h inchilla, b e s t q u ality, $2.45 yard. 8 inch C h inchilla, b e s tquality, $3.65 y ard. 2 inch Badger, best q u ality, $1.98 yard. 3 inch blue Fox, best q u a lity, $4.50 yard. 2 inch natu ral Beaver, b e a t q u ality, $1.96 yard. 3 inch natu ral Beaver, best quality, $3.65 yard. 2 inch N u tria Beaver, b e s t q u ality, 75c. y ard. 3 inch N u tria Beaver, best q u ality, 98c. y ard. 4 inch N u tria Beaver, best quality, $1.25 y ard. M UFFS. G e n u ine R u ssian H a re Muffa, satin lined, 48c., 980., $2.25, $2.59. $1.75, $2.23. N u tria Muffs, s a tin lined. $L25, $1.45, $1.75, $2.25. Im itation Seal Muffa. s a tin lined, $1.50, $1.76, $2.25. N a tural Beaver aiuffs, $3.75, $4.25, $5.00, $6.75 to $ 10 . 00 . N a tural Lynx Muffs, $3.15, $3.75, $4.25, 84.98 to $9.00, B lue Fox Muffs, $6.50, $3.50, $9.50. Biaok Fox Muffs, $3.15, 33.05, $4.50 to $8.75. Gray Fox Muffs, $3.65, $3.85, $4.50. Black Lynx Muffs, $5.75 to $12.50. R a s s ia n Sable Muffs, $3.65, $4.98 to $10.76. M onkey Muffs, $3.75, $4.45. B lack Coon Muffs, $4.45, 4.98, $5.25. O ppossum Muffs, $1.95, $2.25, $2.75, $3,25, Misses’ O b inohilla filuffs a n d Set, $1.26, $2.60. BOAS. G enuine R u ssian H a re Boas, 3j^ y ards long, 9So., $1.25. $1.98, $2.25, $2.50. $3.15, $3.45. N a tural Lynx Boas, 3 ^ yards long, $6.50, $7.50, $8.25, $9.50, $21.75, $12.50. $15.00. ' Black Ijynx Bona, 8J!:^ yards long, $8.60, $10.00, $13.00, $15.00, $18.00. B lue Lynx Boas, yards long, $30,00. $22.50. Blue Fox Boas, 3J% yards long, $3.40, $3.95 to $11.75* Gray Fox Boas, 3*< yards long, $6.00, $6.95. Opossum Boas, 3 ^ yards long, $4.45, $4.75, $5.25. D R E S S TRIM M INGS. A s wo c a n n o t convey an idea of onr g r e a t values in D R E S S TRIM M ING S by quoting price, we ask an in* spection of th e following bargains vre shall offer d u r ing t.he week. They c o n s is t o f latest styles O rnam e n t Gimps, Galloons, fine c u t J e t Shoulder Capes, Panels, fine out J e t O rnam e n ts w ith pendant, black an d colored, Braid S e t a n d Panels. P P P P L U P P L U P P L U P P P P L U P L U P I, U V BSSS H n E E E E 8555 U S S H H E B 8 U S H H E S U SSSS H H H H EBB SSSS U 8 H H E S U S s u h i : S 8... LLLLL U UU SSSS H H F E E S SSSS Sfonday we place on sale o u r e n tire s tock of Plushes a t a reduction of 25 per cent. UNDERW E A R . F o r th e com ing weok a s tonishing bargaino will b e found in this departm e n t. J u s t received seven casea a t s p ^ cidlly low prices, we have no hesitation m pronounoing this late a d d ition to our already enorm o u s stock, th e beat values over offered by any house in th is city. I t ia c o n ­ ceded by all t h a t ours contains tho largest assortm e n t of underw ear 10 be found in Brooklyn. T h is is evidenced by a c o n tinual throng of eager purchasers testifying in a substantial m a n n e r th e ir appreciation of th e quality and prices o f o u r stock. The above stated seven (7> c a ses a re com p osed ot th e following regular goods: 2 cases Ladies’ all wool S c a rlet U n d erw ear a t 75o. each ; we h a re never b efore offered s u c h goods for less th a n $1.00. 1 case Tiadios' W h ite Wool Vest a n d P a n ts , $1.00 e a c h : superior to any r e g u lar goods th a t can bo sold for $ L 3 5 each. 3 cases M en’s G a m e rs H a ir Shirts an d D raw ers, which wo wilt sell for 76o. e a c h ; this lot was m a d e to M il for $1.00 each. 2 oases Irion's S c a rlet S h irts a n d Drawers, 59 GENTS EACH. In reference to th is lot, we s tate t h a t they a r e etrlotly all wool a n d full W inter w eight a n d $1.00 goods. NOTIOR O u r S p e c ialty! E x tr a size U n d erw ear for S to u t People. C o m p lete Imo M en’s Cardigan Ja c k e t s a t onr for fam ed low prices. T. A. A L. P . NEW M AN, 305 FULTO N STREET. 274. 276, 278, 280 W A S H INGTON S T R K IT , BROOKLYN. N. Y.

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