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. THE WORLD: MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1889. . . II
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J11LL NYE IN WASHINGTON.
JIo "Inniiffaratrs" tlio Custom Tu.ro of
Hleri'ilnd In a Hotel Klevntor.
BI'ECIAL TO THE WOULD. )
Sunday Willahd's Hotkl, Cot No. H)i, is
the Klevatoii, March 3. Wo American people,
nccompaniod by foity-nhio hands, aio lieto.
Wo aio hero partly on account of our loyalty
and partly to prctm on Opii. Harrison tho fact
that we wcro ,tho llrct to mention hlmiame an a
candidate. Wo nro hero to Bay moan things
about 'tho President Tvho gooa out to-morrow,
and who, therefore, cannot help us any more.
Also to eay good things of tho new ono who will
Mm tho Biblo to-morrow and open a carload of
patronage for tho patriotic American citizens,
who are here not hecanso thoyyant anything
at all, hut jUBt becayso thoy want 'to show tha
new President that th'ey aro going to stand by
him even when he could get along very well by
himself and(wonld xather.do so.
Everything is " inauguration " hre. I inanc-
uretru last night tlio custom or sleeping in ine
hotel elevator.-. It is a now thing with me. I
have slept befbro all tho crowned heads of Eu
rope. Also in the park, but it is different from any
of those. I have also slept in a folding-bod. In
tho gloaming and in a railroad accident, but tha
hotel olovator is mora surprising than any of
This morning my.wih-bone stuck out through
tho back of my overcoat. A fat man. who first
thought of Gen. Harrison as a' candidate and
who never said anything clso all his life, sat
down on mo and, drawing a deep sigh, remained
sitting on me'till-Iwoko up and inserted my
tcarf-pln in tho northeast corner of his soul.
He then arose and said that a sudden thought
had just occurred to him.
Washington is a big amphitheatre of wet plank
peats, which you can occupy to-morrow at from
LT cents to $5 per squat. If I could hate such
an audience right along I wonld like to gointo
tho President business for 76 per cent, of tho
gato receipts and pay the advertising expenses
I Indiana is all here with the exception of the
Postmaster at Indianapolis.
' John C. New is entirely happy and wcll-
I pleated to stay at bis' handsomo Iloosier home
1 while 0 en. Harrison has to earn his salary here,
I Sir. New has tasjed tho awcots of pnblio life under
"I Oen. Grant and is honest in tho statement that
J ho; would a good deal rather let " Ligo " repre-
I bent the Journal than to leave his comfortable
i homo and becomo tho, servant of the United
Btates at twice tho salary of a Cabinet officer.
' As I Kcem to ho swallowed up entirely in the
crowd here, having registered in the' elevator
only, will The Would kindly say to-morrow that
I am hero and that I am thoroughly beloved by
all who know me T Bill Nte.
A CONCERT OP IRIS1I MUSIC.
The Unique Melodies Attract a Large Au
dience to Htelnway Hall.
The Lndwig Concert Company gave a concert
of sacred and Irish national music at Stcinway
Hall before an audience of nnusually largo size.
For a year William Ludwig, one of thegreatost
of living baritones, tho Vindex and Vander
decken of the American opera seasons, has
' taken upon himself the missionary task of in
troducing Irish music to American audiences,
and his efforts have been finally rewarded with
The concert last night was a thoroughly enjoy
ablo ouo. The programme included many well-
i Known Irish melodies that were of course rede-
manded. and several numbers which Mr. Lndwig
gave for their historical interest and artistlo
beauty. Among theso were "Tho Irishman,"
w ords by Jamp Orr. " Poet, Weaver and Rebel
'8," arranged by tho planlBt of tho company,
Mr. Irwin, and a very interesting ballad entitled
"Tho Croppy Hoy, "which is copied from the
Miginal Book of Queen Klizabeth, sung to the
Jiish air "Colleen Oge Asthore." Mr. Ludwig
liunelf sung tha "Lament for Patrick 8ars
llold." " Tho ltiaingol the Moon," and "God
Have Ireland." The company consists of
Henry Beaumont, leunr; Mine. Adelaide Mullen
in id Miss Annie Lavtou, all excellent artists,
rho next concert will bo given next Huuday
evening at Hteinway Hall.
Hair a Million Acres In Dlspnle.
IBFKCIAL TO THE WOULD. 1
l Paso, Tox. , March 3 The town of Yslota,
1 El l'ano County, Tex., through its attorneys,
1 has entered suit against Charles J. Canda,
I Bimon J, Drake and Wm. Strauss, of New York
1 City, for tlio recovery of 000,000 acres of mesa
1 laud situated a few miles east of the city of 1
I I'aso. patented by tho titato to the Texas and Pa-
I fitlc Hallway Company. The lands are claimed
I ii" tho town of Vsleta under a grant by the Mexi-
A can Government luiasu.
B Harrison I Hard Up.
M l rVmx Iht l-it!ilrg lXipalch.
A gentleman who returned hero from Wash-
ington but a fow days ago says that he was chat-
ting with a politician and a lawyer from New
n Yurk atato about the Cabinet and other matters
m when the latter said: "I guess Ben Harrison
' has been wore worried about money matters
jj"i making urhis official family since his eleo-
HWiy?" the PittBburger asked.
- ell, I guess Harrinon has never known be-
iore and iu never likely to know again what it is
J iio strapped for nionev as he has been sluco
iiu Republican Barty mado him their standard-
w-aier. Yousco.hehas little beside bisprofes-
, jinn as a source of income, and for more than
i l 'Kiit months ho has been obliged to abandon
uupiacticeaa a lawyer. At the sama time his
IMwiimm have been quadrupled. His friends
- ' i,e '? n aware of this all along, and seveial of
",' liiiiitaulclooitt to him Jiae ventured to
ii'mi'i-liiM assistance only in every ease to re-
o! V? a ly'lto reply that he couldn't think of ac
. ,,..iL "K ',' I hole never wu a roan of gitator
" ,.'"?denfo than Harrison. Ho has milled
' fpogh as best he could, but I'll warrant that lis
iiJi "' .P0 "ry to got the first instalment of
: L ' 'i'0.000 a year which the nation will pay
" ant" advertisers may depend
On this, their Wants " will yield
A IhousaiKi.foUl the price thoy spend
i If they hut cliooso this field.
wc, World, in which to advertise.
Where ' ' funa retura tho oti replieg.
A BOLD STROKE MAY BRINO ABOIJT THE
DISSOLUTION OP PARIIAJIENT.
T. P. O'Connor Tf lis oft the Rerlous nnit
Ureat Mirp In Advaurn tlial the TJhrrnls
May Talir to Oelrnt tlie novernmrut
Ills Opinion ns to the Future or This
Session and the Feellnc of the Country.
ibfeciai. connisroMOKicci! or inr. wonLP.
London, Feb. 21. We begin to-morrow an
Important session In Parliament How it will
develop it Is Impossible to say. I havu seen Par
liaments that woro expectod to begin in storm
end in the mildness of a mill-pond, and I limo
seen Parliaments which were not horaldcd by
any popular feeling develop into most iolent
and tempestuous scenes.
But unquestionably tho chances aro that the
present session of Parliament will bo a good
deal more violent than most of its predecessors.
The temper of the English people is now thor
oughly up. Tho brutalities inflicted on Mr.
O'Brien have brought to a head all tho paisiou
that had been gathering for a considerable
period. If tho agitation had been inclined to
peter out, it would havo been rcnowed by tho
vindictlvo crorf edlnns of Mr. Balfonr in bring
ing a socond scries of charges against his politi
cal opponent Tho Torlos now show by tho
laborlousncBS of their excuses their belief that
Balfonr has for once overstepped the limits of
public patience and has got tho tldoof the coun
try flowing strongly against him.
Bido by side with this excitement of tho public
mind against tho Government on ono topic is
tho tcrriblo exposure of tho Times over tho Par
nell forgeries. It is impossible, of course, for
tho Government to llbeiate thcmelvcs from all
responsibility for this exposure. Throughout
the wholo businoss they havo been nt the back
of tho Times. Mr. Smith had to acknowlcdgo
,in tho course of the debates that ho had received
a visit from Mr. Walter at tho moment when he
was framing tha hill for tho Commisxiou. Dur
ing tho trial all tho police and public officials of
Ireland havo been lent to tho 1'lmes without
charge, to work up their case, and finally they
placed at tltc disposal of tho Time the most
alnablo and'efflcient 'spy they had in the United
It is, therefore, evident tliat by tho carc of the
Times tho Government must stand or fall, I
have not learned up to the moment at which I
write what is to be tho final fato of lltchard
Pigott.tbutit is evident that ho- has ruined tho
Times, and with tho Times has struck a deadly
blow at tho Government.
We have'thus a combination of circumstances
agaiiiBt tho Government such as we never had
before and such as wo are not likely to havo
again for long time They themselves foci
this, and there is in their Icttei and In their
speeches a tone of despondency which has not'
been visible before. Thoy Bcem to feel that for
the moment, at least, the judgment of tho
country has gono definitely against them and
that there is not the smallest ch'anco of their be
ing ablo to do anything to arrest it
Under these circumstances it is very natural
that some of the more important Bpirita of tho
Liberal party should think the timo' has conic
for a very serious and vory great step in ad
vance. What is proposed ie no lees than that
the Opposition should make government im
possible in the House of Commons, and thereby
should force a dissolution. The way it is pro
posed to carry it ont is to refuse all supplies, un
less under the pressure of closure, for every
slngle.ltem. Of course for. a time, tho Govern
ment could put down tho wholo Opposition by
resorting to tho gag at every occurring interval,
butthcro is no doubt that constant scenes of
violence, collision and tho gag in Parliament
would havo a tremendous olfect npoii tho coun
try, and would also lash into fury tho elements
of.passion which already exist, and might pro
voko su'ch an outburst of national feeling as
would compel tho Government to dissolve or
to dismiss Balfour and change their policy.
What is tho alternative to this policy ? Merely
to let tho Government go on, allow the great
movement whlcb tho 111-trcatmcnt of O'Brien
has caused to fizzlo out. and so to let slip tho
present golden hour of governmental panic and
discomfiture. It may be that such tactics as ai e
proposed may bo objected to on two ground.
First, that they are l evolutionary; and secondly,
that they aro bound to fall. As to tho. tactics
being revolutionary, ono would not think that
this was a very serious objection if one heard
the things which are now being constantly said
by oven calm Englishmen. I have given you
already some instances of the unusual wildnces
of tho talk you now hear on all . sides. Many
Englishmen have bpolien to me quite calmly of
the prospects of refusing to pay all taxes to a
Government they bo hate and despiao as that
now in existence. When men aro talking this
way they will stand a good deal of violence in
Parliament In fact, mv firm belief now is that
tho more violenco thero Is in Parliament
tho better the majority of tho Liberal
party outdoors will liko it As to the objec
tion that theso tactics are bound to fail. They
may fall in their object of provoking an imme
diate dissolution of Parliament, and at tho samo
time may Bucceed in obtaining a bccondary ob
ject They will first keep tho popular ferment
going. Tho excitement In the country Instead
of subsiding, will keep on increasing nnder tho
exasperation and stimulus given to it by the
daily-recurring scenes of violence in Parlia
ment Besides, Mr. Balfour is sure to give tho
Liberal party and the Liberals in the country
plenty of opportunities for nursing and incrcas--ing-their
wrath. The vindictive persecution of
William O'Brien by putting him on his trial for
a second offense has fanned into llamo again
the embers of the indignation excited by the
outrages upon him during his imprisonment for
his first offense. Then tho sentences on tho
other Irish members will come time after timo
to Btlll further rouse public feeling.
In short, if tho Liberal leaders will only give
vehement voice to the anger and passion of the
country, thero can be no doubt that tho country
will thoroughly respond. This exhibition of the
sense of tho country must havo its effect upon
the Ministry. I have seen ministries before this
whose bravery grow very pusillanimous when the
voice of the country was Been to bo going clearly
against them. The government of Mr. Glad
stone seemed to be very powerful In lHHi.'
after Parnell had been six mouths in prison and
Mr. Fonder seemed to have completely tri
umphed; and yet Mr. Forsterhad to be aban
doned, and tho policy of coercion had to bo aban
doned. In the same way it may bo that tlaro
will be enough supporters of a wiser policy for
Ireland to upset Mr. Balfour and get him
pitched over. Of course, the position of Balfour
is very btroug. He is tho nephew of the Prime
Minister, and his policy is so completely identi
fied with his party that It is very hard to Bay
how they can get rid of him without
bringing the wholo edifice down. But.
then. I have seen tho perfect recklessness with
which a political party gets rid of an inconveu.
ieut man when it has mado up its mind that lie
is injuring its political fortunes. Lord Han
dolph Churchill hates Balfour and would be de
lighted at the chance of overthrowing him.
Churchill's chanco has not come, and several of
his attacks have done hlmlmore harm than auy.
body else. But the times may bo different in a
few weeks, when Eugland Is ringing- still more
than it does at present from end to end with in
digiiatlon against the aovernmentand Clmrch
ill's long-deferred hour may come. Finally the
Liberal-Unionists may think that the game is
not entirely played out ,UU they have had their
hand, and there may be a reconstruction of tlm
Ministry with stwral Unionist to take the
places of the most discredited members of the
All this may turn out mere empty speculation,
and by the time you receive this letter the
whole plan may have ended In tmoke. . There is
certainly a great difficulty to bo overcome in the
Liberal loaders. Gladstone Is full of fire and
go, and as ho knows that tho main policy of the
Government Is to mako the Parliament outrun
his life, ho may bo only too willing to adopt any
policy to force a dissolution. He himself, I have
heard, has oppressed tbe opinion that, If a disso
lution were considered opportune, a dissolution
could bo forced upon the Government But,
then, poor man, ho Is nearly eighty years of
age, and ho cannot bo oxpectod to fight with tho
vigor necessary to carry out a desperate policy
liko this. His suppoi t on tho front bench is not
as good as It ought to be. Hir William Harcourt
Is a magnificent debater, but ho is now and thou
smitten with sloth, and John Morley has some
thing of the overcautlon that la habitual vvlth
men who havo spent tho greater part of their
lives in tlio closet; but it maybe that tho hands
of the leaders will Deforced by the rank and file.
There aro plenty of strong and earnest men on
tholtadieal benches who aro ready for anything.
When I havo had an opportunity of seeing them
in a few days' timo I will be better ablo to tell
yon what the future of this session holds In Its
bosom. T. P. O'CoNifon.
YEltY STARTLING, INDEED.
A Humor About American and German
Mc'u-of-Wnr l'lghtlns; In Hamoa.
Kiel, March 3. A rumor Is current in naval
circles hero that a conflict has taken placo in
Hamoan wators botwocn an American man-of-war
and tho German corvette Olga. It Is al
leged that tho American vcbsoI fired the first
Losdox, March 3. Tho American nd Ger
man (cgatlons hero have iccoived no advices re
garding tho reported engagement in Samoa be
tween waiships of their respectivo governments.
Washington, March 3. Secretary Bayard
Faid to-night that ho had not heard anything of
tho reported conflict between a Gorman and an
American war csnrl in Bamoan waters. Hore
gaidcd bucIi u conflict as highly Improbable, as
there was an understanding that belligerent
action in Samoa should bo suspended pending
tho conference to' bo hold at Berlin. He also
pointed out that itwashaidly possiblo that in
formation of such a state of affairs would bo
known at Kid before the news was received at
Berlin or Washington.
It is at Kiel that Germany builds her, naval
vessels and there oro located the Imperial
arsenal and fortifications. It is just tho plaoe
In which such a yarn would originate. It is sit
uated 'on ono of tho bays of the Baltic, about
fifty-tltrco miles from Homburg. and numbers
m Its popuation a llttlo over 40,000 subjects of
A Proof of Misrepresentations.
London, March 3. Archbishop Walsh, of
Dublin, has sent a telegram to Cardinal Itam
polls, tho Papal Secretary of State, Instancing
tho csbo of Plgott as proving that the Parncllites
havo been misrepresented to tho Vatican.
It is stated that a Fenian in Paris is prepared
to divulge tho source of tho first batch of tho
Mr. Maolean, a Conservative member of Par
liament, Bays that Mr. Balfour warned tho
Times a year ago that Pigott was unreliable.
Dr. Tanner Taken to Cloumel.
Dublin, March 3. Dr. Tanner, member of
Parliament for Cork, who was arrested in Lon
don Friday last, arrived at Clonmcl this morn
ing. Tanner refused to enter the prison wagon,
whereupon three constables forced him in and
held him on tho seat. A crowd followed tho
wagon, groaning and throwing Btones at tho
police both before and after-the prison was
reached. Six persons wore arrested, but were
Kxpresslng Sjmpntlir sritli the Pope.
London, March 3. Lenten pastoral letters
from tho Bishops, which were read to-day in
Roman Catholic churches in Ireland, express
sympathy with tho Popo's position. They de
nounce both the action of tho Italian Govern
ment in regard to the Vatican and tyrannous
government in Ireland. The letters als contain
counsels from tho Bishops to their flocks against
committing illegal acts.
(en. Ilonlnnger Denounces M. Tlrnrd.
Pakis, March 3. Gen. Boulanger. at a recep
tion which ho gave to-day to members of the
Revisionist Committeo and Lcagno of Patriot.),
denounced M. Tirard for striking down tho lat
ter organization, whioi, ho said, was a valiant
phalanx that had rendered snch service to tho
country as had awakened a sense of National
HpnrliM from tliet Coble.
Tho Government's small-arms stores at
Weedou, England, have been burned, causing a
loss of $500,000,
The report of a conflict on the Busso-Afghan
frontier and other alaunist rumors have been
ofllcislly denied by Russia.
Richard Peacock, member of tho British Par
liament for the Gorton division of Lancashire,
is dead, teed sixty-nine years. He was an ad
Guayaquil, Ecuador, March 3. A violent
shock of earthquake waB experienced here at
11.03 last night. During tho night and this
morning there were thirteen other shocks of
iess severity. The telephone wires are down.
Panic prevails among tho people.
Hndlnar nnd Coquelln at Mrs. I.anjilry's.
Mine. Hailing wis tho guest of Mrs. Langtry
at a dinner last evening at tha lattcr's residence
ou West Twenty-third fctreet Thero were six
teen at table, which was beautifully decorated,
two solid silver candelabra presented to Mrs.
Langtry at Christmas being conspicuous. Sat
urday evejiinfc at IS o'clock she gavo a supper
to Coquelln. ,
M. Coquelin gavo an Informal breakfast at
Delmonico's yesterday forenoon to his manager
and a few of his personal friends. Covers woie
laid for twelve in one of tho private dining
rooms, and with the exception of Agustin Dalv,
who sent a note that ho was ill, allot tho guests
invited wcro present. Tho party included Mr.
and Mrs. Abbey. Tlieo.De Olaser, Mr. and Mrs.
rSchoffcl, Mr. and Mrs. Brainier Matthews, M.
Gonpie. and tho Coque-lins, father and son. The
affair was entirely sens cwemwife and proved
Across the Plulus with Cromwell.
Despite the very unpleasant weather which
darkened the Bkies and muddied the streets last
night, tho usual largo Sunday night audlenco
crowded the Graud Opera House to listen to
Prof. Cromwell's stereoptlcou lecture. The sub
ject waH an Interesting one. "Han Francisco and
tho West," and was ably handled by the Profes
sor. He proved by hi lecture that thero w as no
liecesblty for tho American to go abroad iu
seaich of places of interei-t, as his time could be
more profitably and equally pleasingly spent iu
seeing and studying his native land. 'Iho lecture
did not contain a dull sentence and the Illustra
tions were novel and beautiful.
Connecticut rrnd a Hustle.
liVuM (Ac Uritljtpori A'rua ,J
A few days ago we had the pleasure of gazing
npou what is probably the most elegant bustle
ever made. It was made at a bustle factory iu
this city, as a present to Mrs. Harrison. Tho
material Is tho finest satin, of a delicate blue
tint, and edged with Valenciennes laci-.i Tbe
wires which form the frame aro of tho most
highly finished clock-spring steel, covered wHh
satin. Tho eyelets and other metallic trlmnlings
are of gold, and the waist girdlo is clasped with
a golden buckle. This most dainty bustle was
carefully packed and sent by expressi to
firs. Harrison iu time to meet her on her arrival
u Washington. No other lady at the Inaugura
tion Ball will wear such a marvel of a burtle u
tbis. If we had snch a bustle as that we should
be tempted to wear it outside our other clothes.
J-alfc'l .-it :.-'... ilju, , jkl
Old nnd obstinate c nt utsrth, whar ill othsr
r." JaflVl.fl. f. cur.ble by Ely's Ubkam Ualm. 00c
Jl ptrtlols U appilsd Into ih nostrils. Adtt.
Dr. Handfbrd's I.lver Invlgorntor
It a tbU rmty for chronle Uror comtiUinU, torpid
llrsr, Jsandk. blllonutta, ndoh. A Jit,
Dr. Lyon's Perfect Tooth Powder.
Vrhltsnt tha ttoih sad purlnrs tha brasth, iiSd. -Urfrl.
Whan baby u alf k we ?a bar Oaatorla.
Whan aha fas a child aha rrlntl tor Uaatorla.
NVl-naha bacame mlna aha clung tolJaMnna,
Wbta aba had children ihestTe them Uaatorla -'"'
KOTTEK SACHS. The enitasnmant l announced of
Mr. Jacob Kottkk to Mla Pauline Hai-iis,
dancbtarnl Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kacha. At home
Sunday March 10, 18MI, 110 Ksat 80th at. No carda.
nLAKE-DUADY Jerwy City, Maroh 3. 18S0. by the
Iter. I. Montgomery, 1'kkscott A. 11 1. A IE to Mrs.
BUKim.L-8TKWAn.D.-On Batitrdar, March 2, at the
South Church, br tha Iter. Itoilrrlck Terry, I). 1.,
Dhatton llunniLLand KLlZAni.TH, daughter of I).
J. Steward, eaq,
at therealdencenf the brlde'a parvnta, 1 the Key.
Harm Hating, William H.DccawonTiIand Ansa
W1LKIN80N-BA8TKDO.-On Wedneadaj ayenlnf,
Feb. 27, 1HX0. at Memorial Treabjlerlan Church,
Proapect Heights, Brooklyn, by tho Uor. Thna. A.
Nclaon, D. I)., aaalatod by the He. T. Sterenaon,
Jllikt riABTKno to Ur. (Ir.onat: WiLxrt,soN, o(
Jersey City Heights.
BAUNETT.-Snnday morning, March 3. at 1 o'clock,
AliItAHAM, a'-nof Joanph Btrnett, aged'.M yeara.
Funeral aerricea from Mount Slnal Hoapltal, on
Monday, March 4, at 10 A. M.
BEAVKU.-MarchU.lRKH.after a aeyere Illness, IlKLKX
EsiXLLlt (Nellie), wife of W. W. lleayer.
l'uneral will take place from her lata realdenco.No.
2 Spencer place. Monday, 1 o'clock. Frienda are
BONNKT.-Fell aaleep March 3, 1880, MAni Jane,
wife of Jacob Bonnet.
Funeral ecrtloe at her lato realdence, 008 Kaat
1115th it., Tuesday, fith inet., at 4 o'clock In the
afternoon. Tho relatives and frlonda of tha family
are reapectfully Invited to attend her funeral. In
terment at New RochrUo Wednesday. Train leare-a
Harlem River atation 0 A. M.
BlTTLEIt.-Sunday, March 3, Nkllik Butliu,
daughter of William and Hannah Butler, in her 20th
Funeral. from her late reaidenoe, 407 Canal at.,
Tueaday, Starch G, 10 A. M.
CLARK. On Sunday morning, March X KlTTtE
Louisz.'eldett daughter of Francis B. and Mary C.
Clarkln tbe 13th year of her age.
Relatlvea and frienda Invited to attend f anoral ser
vices at the realdence of her parents, 10 Weat 120th
at., on Tueaday, March 5, at 2 P. M.
COLTitNS On Sunday morning, March 3, Denis
Collins, In the 00th year of bla ate.
Funeral on Tueaday, March C, from hla late real
dence. 205 East 33d at.
CRIMMINS. A aolemn anlversary rosea of requiem
will be celebrated at the Roman Catholic Cathedral
on Tueaday, March 5, at 11.30 A. M., for the repow
of tho aoul of LIBT L., beloved wife of John D.Crlm
roina. DOYLE. On Saturday, Starch 2, 1880, of pneumonia.
KLIZA, beloved wife of Peter Doyle and mother of
the late Thomas Doyle.
Relatlvea and frienda are Invited to attend the
funeral from her late reaidenoe, 220 Railroad ave.,
Jersey City, Tuesday, at O o'clock, thenco to Ht.
Bildg et's Church, where a aolemn requiem inaaa will
DRISCOIX. At Jeraey City, March 3, 1880, RICH
ARD, beloved husband of Annie Drlacoll, hi bla 4Uth
Relatlvea and friends are reapectfully Invited to
attend bla funeral from hie lata realdence. No. 0
Oak at. , on Tueaday morning, at 0 o'clouk ; thence to
St. Patnck'e Chnrch, i-hero a aolemn maae of re
quiem will bo offered for the happy repoae of hla
HAA8.-8undy evening, Maroh 3, Felix Emasut.1,
beloved aon of Leopold and Sarah Haaa, aged G yeara
8 montba and 18 das.
Funeral from reaidenoo, 105 Eaat 04th at., Mon
day at 2 o'clock.
HEERWAOKN.-Snddenly, on March 2, 1880, On
lando W, llKEitWAOKN, aged 10 mouths.
Interment private. ,
UOWARTII.-On Saturday, March 2. at 5.35 A. M.,
ELIZAUExn, beloved mother of John E., (ieorge A.
and the late Charlea II. Fryer, at her lata realdence,
8232 2d ave.
Funeral aervices at 11 o'clock A. II. Interment at
IIUSTACE. On Saturday evening, March 2. 1880.
Emily Uustace, daughter of the late Benjamin
Relatlvea and friends are Invited to attend the
funeral at No. 27 Weat Oth at., on Tueaday at 1 P.
M. Kindly omit flonera. Interment at Woodlawn.
IRVINO. After a brief lllneaa, at hla realdence,
Cranford, N. J., FllED II. IBVINU, on Friday,
Funeral Monday, March 4, at 11 o'clock A.M.
KENNEY.-At her late realdence, 258 Weat 23d at.,
on Saturday, March 2, Maut, beloved wife of John
Relatlvea and frienda are reapectfully Invited to
attend her funeral from tbe Church of the Uuardlon
Angel. 511 Weat 23d at., near 10th ave.,onMon
day, March 4, at 10 A. M.
KIRK. William, on Saturday, March 2. at hla late
realdence. No. 88 Eaat 10th at.
Funeral aerricea Tneeday evening, March 5, at 8
o'clock. IlelttUea and friend, aluo members of
Polar Star Lodge, No. 245, K. 4 A. M. i Empire City
Council, No. 557, R. A. j tlulding Star Council, No.
010, A. L. of 11. ; American Council, No. 51, O. of
O. F. W, 8. i Hancock Lodge, No. 3,304, K. of II ,
and Bookbinders' Provident Aaaoclation, No. 2, are
reapectfully invited to attend.
KIRKLAND.-At Solitude, Tarrytown Heights, Sun.
day, March 3, In hie 70th oax. William Rrro
Funeral aervices will be helil at hla lato realdence
on Tueaday, Gth luat., at 10 30 A. M. Frlenoa of
the family aro Invited to attend. Carriage y 111 meet
the 0.10 A. M. train from 1.15th at. on New York
and Northom Railroad. Plea-eomlt flowera.
Philadelphia and Baltimore papere n,leaeu ropy.
LOFTU8. Edwin Lonus, beloved aon of Frank and
Maggie, aged 4 years ana 2-montha. Scarlet fever.
' Funeral private.
Albany and Geneva (N. Y. ) papere pleaw copy.
MONlIElMF,K.-On Sunday, March 3, IKK',1, at hla
late reaidenoe, Nu. 55 Kat 73d at., JOSKrii A.
Notice of funeral hereafter
OSTRANIER.-Ou March 3, at hla late realdence, 209
Weat K11 at St., SaMDEL C. OsTUANHSU, in hla
Notice of funeral hereafter.
PROUDFIT. Suddeuly, at hie realdence, No. 29 Weat
llllli at., on Friday, March 1, JAMLS O. PttOUlilIT,
In the 4 1st year of bla age.
Funeral eervioea will be held at tbe Preabyterian
Church, Gth ave. and 12th at., on Mouday, March
4. at 10 A. M.
SHANNON. -On Saturday, March 2, 1KK0, Fkancis
Juhei-u Shannon, aged 5 months 11 daa.
Relatives and frienda of tbe family are reapectfully
Invited to attend the fuueral on Monday, March 4,
at 3 P. M , from the reaidenoo of hi parenla, 120
Union at,, Jeraey City, N. J.
Hweeteat. eweeteat llower of earth,
l.iea cold in death, not lolg atnee birth ;
Ilia body Ilea beneath the aod.
Ilia spirit rU Iu heaveu with Uod,
Buffalo papers pleaae copy.
In the llllth year of hie age
RelatUea and frienda, aleo the members of the
VolunteerFlremeu'a Association, are reeeet fully in
vited to attend the funeral from his late ree.dence,
24(IModUon at., on Wednesday, March 0, at 1.30
BTAFrORD.-At Roalyn, March 1, 1880, Kuimi
Colt, widow of the late Lothrop P. Stafford, In the
70th year of ber ago.
Funeral aervlcee will be held at the reeidenceof
her aon-ln-law, F. M. Eaatmsn, at llueliu, L.L, on
Monday, March 4, 1K80, at 1 o'clock P. M.
Tralna leave Long Ialand City at 1 1 05 A. M., and
Flatu'j.h eve., Brooklyn, at 10.57 A, At. Car-
riage i waiting.
TOUNQ. -Suddenly, of pneumonia. Maroh 2, at Under-
ollffa, N. J Lica J, Macoonalp, wife el Thomas
BLESKR. Sunday, March 3. Hannah, Moved wife of
Charles Illeaer, and daughter of the late John
Funeral from her lato realdence, 11 Harrlaon
ave , Tueaday, March 5, at DA, -M., thence to St.
Cecelia's Church, North Henry and llcrbort ata ,
whereaaolrmn reilem high maaa will be offered
for the repoee of lierpoul. Interment lb CalvaVy
IIUItST At Jacksonville, Fie , Thursday, Feb. 21
John lltniST, late of Jeraey CUy, In tho (10th yar
or hla age.
ltilatiies and frienda are reaprctfntly Invited to
attiMul funeral aervivea at 1'irat 1're.tijterlan Church,
Henry at., Urnokljn, Monday. March 4. 11 o'clock.
CO.NM.lt On Saturday, MirJi 2, 1HM1, Hannah
t'nNNi.ii, a natlm ot lluckheld, pvrlh of Fuherty
County Uoaconiinon, Ireland, aged (0 years.
Funeral from the renldence of Mr M. Kealna. No.
253 Hall at., llto iVIyn, on Tueaday, Mairh.'i, 18M),
at 2 1' M. Interment In IIily Croaa Cemetery.
COKIIEY. .TAMrs W on Saturday morning, March
2, beloved son of Jaluee Corbpy, iu hla 211th year.
Ftineial front hla lato residence, 20 Herbert at., on
Monday mnrnincr, Match 4, at 10 30 o'clock Thence
to St. (Vcella'a Church, uhero a aolemn high re
quiem niaaa will be celebrated for the repoeo of hla
eoul. Interment Immediately atterwarde to Calvary
IiOltEIITY.-At Parkvllle, L. I.. Maut, widow of
Patrick Doherty, on Saturday, March 2.
Relatlvea and friends of the family, and of her
eon. Her, Militant J lloherty, are reiiueated to at
tend the funeral at 0 o'clock Tui-edai morning, flum
her lato realdenco to St. Mary's Star of Hie Sua
Chtrcll, Court and Luqueer ate,, lliooktyn, where a
aoltntn high luasaof roitulem will bo celebrated for
tl.o relMtee of hereout,
DU.MOAN -OnSiitidai, March 3, WILLIAM J. DUNI-
Funeral Tueeday.March 5. from hla late roaldcnco,
15H Proapect at., llrooltljn, 1.30 I M. Flienda
nnd relatives, als'i members ot Typographical Union
No. (I. invited to attend.
CODE. On Satuiday, March 2, Carolina, wife of
Frlonda and relatives aro reapertfi-lly invited to
attend tho funeral from her late resilience, corner of
Jamaica ave, and Vermont at., Brookl)U, East New
York, on Tiieaday afternoon, March 5, at 2 o'clock.
Interment in Evergroenn, Cemetery.
MYEItS.-On SrniUy, March 3. IPSO, Hannah
Mvkus, behm'it wlfeof Joahua Myers, in the 50th
year of her age.
Funeral will take place from her late residence,
430 Kackett st., on Tueaday, Mauh 5, at 1 1' M.
All frienda and relatlvea aru invited to attend tho
funeral i aleo mombore of IT. B, B, H. , eradetha
Lodgo, 483. F. and A. M. ; Court Columbus, 7, 122,
A (). 1', ; Nassau Council, 147, O. II F l King
Solomon, 28, I. O. F. H of I j Cigar Makers and
Packers' Mutual Benefit Society, of New York City.
PENDLETON. Suddenly, on March 2, at the resi
dence of her eon.ln.law, Mr. II. It King, 532
Willoughby ave., Mabia I.t'sn, wifo of (leo. F.
Services at fhe above addreaa on Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Kindly omit ilovrera.
HAVK YOIT"tH1:hK IfANOEIIOUH HYMP
toma cough, pain In the side or breaat, fever, abort
breath, night svieau, ticMintf. tislug or eorttieee lu the
throat, diarrhieo, nervous dubiSity. aatliinntio bronchial
aflertinnar-lf so. nse at onre ADAMNON'S COUIIII
BALSAM. Genuine made at Klnitnan'e I'tiarmacjJutb
at. and 4th ave. Price 35 centa; trial else, IU cents.
" BItOWN'H HOUSnilOT.T) 1'ANACKA."
THE GREAT PAIN llKI.IKVF.lt.
For Internal and Eitt-rnal Palna. Rheumatism, Pain In
htomach, HoweU or Side. Dlarrhofaj Colda. Snraina,
Burns, bcalda. Cramps and llrultes. 25c, a bottle.
TO MOTIinilH. '
"MRS. WINRLIIWH hUOllHNll SYRUP for Chil
dren Teothlur." Softena the guma. reduces inflamma
tlon, allays all pain and cures wind oolo. 25c. a bottle.
" THE8ECIIET 1 1
of white hands and eloar complexion. CORNELL'S
BENZOIN COSML.TiUSOAP.Trr it. 25 rente.
OUS IlKNl'lFRICE for the teeth. Delicious. 25o,
A I 3 R "A fillip " appeared under this claaalfi
lt4-0J HllllOl catlonlhelaat 12 monLha
prints ilnlly .iOJerJIerl. More Advertise.
Dieiitstlmn am oilier new simper In the world.
" lfltOADWa. V AND 301 II ST.
dm: Wl.Ell ONLY.
MONDAY. MAItril 4.
ONLY MATIVEK SAI't'ItDAY,
fir eat Cant. New Scenery, Coatumia, do,
Niw Music by Max Maretiek.
BROADWAY THEATER Broadway, corner41t st.
Mr 1'nANK W. HANOIUl. Manager
Every Evening at S. Wed. and hat Matinees at 2.
107 TO 114 "The nectoro is Iruit of the
PEUiOHM ANCE. aiinnlost airingtliue has nu audi
aceuted delight."- Herald.
I I I I I r "la one of llw most charm-
a. I l a. a. ir(r ,nd delightful ple eier
isnn i-n In New York. "Mail and
. ,, "Every mi.th-ir will like the
FA fJT PRflY Preltyplay , No ono will with.
rHUIl I LLltU I i hold pratae (rom it "-Times.
C 1AS1N(). BHOADVVAY AND.'lHrilST.
Kvonlngs at H Matlniie Saturday a. 2
"Tlio Grealfa of all Coin Ic Op M Sri ccs-m "
FRIDAY, .MAHUl h, 2001 II HEI'ltEir.N TA'I ION.
(draud lala a-id Souvenir Night )
Hundreds Turned Away Nig-htly.
Admission 50 cents Seats reserved 2 weeks In advance.
DALY'S 1 HEATltE. Monday, Tue.dar. Wednesday.
AN INTERNATIONAL MATCH
La.t MAl'INEl. Wednesday.
.Thursday Nlfht, elaborate reproduction of
TAMINtl OF lilt: Miimw. ,
as tilayed In London and Pans last summer by Mr
Daly's Com pan l Original cal, uew hcvuea, new co-t-
tumea Fiiat Matinee Saturday.
C" IHICKERINO HALL " THFO TIIOMA.,.
" IUESDAY. MAUCIIft AT 8.15 P. M
THMM ORLliESTiL OORGERT
(I.at but one of tluieretiiriir performances. )
Salt, ru 4 ".".'"V.8'!-
Concerto o J, D minor 'new) 3I lluee'!
Symphony N'. 5, E minor (new) .. T-rliaikoaly
SOLOIST. Mil. E. A. MacDOWF.LR
IteservrHi eeaiareauy ai cnicaerioK ueu
fajiTcKKIUKlTllALL, THEO. THOMAS
TUF.SDAY EVkT. MARCH 5.
THOeilS OHGIIESTRIIl CONCERT.
Ijlat of the evening series hut one
SEATS NOW READY ATCHICKERINtl HALL.
Edward llaitigan, . Proprietor
M. W. Hauiey .. , Manager
..IK. Kim AIM! liAKKIUA.Vh
Suciewaful local voliieil).
IUvm ilrlim and hi pupuia. tirilicttra.
pALME-Th K, NIUV, .;,.,, ,.,
"rf McCAULL OPERA
iimuNs this StQjayAi
,,D,,,IMi. BOgC Aggl
IIA. O.N 111 LOW.
1'i.nr Iterlhoveii Htriltilr..
("IlI.E'rilOV I MVIbl "''',. ......
MONDAY, in-1llV, niLlt-illW aril IKIDAa,
April 1. , 4 and i I'll' M.
IV MCHln lor I lie t'iilll si' Ml) at SchuborthV, 2.1
Union silliare, on aud all, l Msrrh .,
K.NAlih PIANOS uael In 11CLOVV ( ON(.'EIS.
" BfiBV BliulG," ,.,;-S&
the smallest perfect woman, the only O in,d Man. s
.M ilcau llnll-l ighterand an i.U.an Baud at Worth's
AluMMiiiii. 1 1th at., uear -aih a. Siage bo,ve liourl).
-1 KAMI OPERA HOI sh
t Itoacrved ieata,Orcliotra Circle and llalctny,50c.
v;A: i ROBERT MANTELL. fifr.
J Week -HELD BY THE E.NI. MY ..
Neat Sunday-" PARIS" Ol TODAY by PKOK.
KOSTER ' "IVh,?!- f-lcAnthony
AND BOIIRDIIE lillOS. AND
BIAL'S. vnfil&m Chlaa Hottra.
WEDNKSllAt MATINl.KS SATURDAY;
VlNER'S PEOPLE'S Tl HKATRE
' THE PAYfMSTEK.
VISITED BY 4lr2, 000 IN ONE YEAR
, jl!ti'vslich(;. .
10th at, .snd 4th ata, Suadoy. 25 csats.
14TH ST. THEATRE,
14TH ST., NEAR OTH AVE.
J. W. ltoar.KQUF.ST Soli Manager
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
TO-NICIIT, MONDAY, llAIICII It
I'tiii v Mtirri:ii l'Eiiioi),
.KATHERINE C. and JAMES A.
In JAMES A II ERNE'S New. Original and
Powerful Domestic I'lvy.
'A HTOKY K M.S, M I I'll AM) t'llll.ll."
i:tni. i, iv cast.
HKICIIT AM) I'KETTY .Ill'SIf,
Under tliemanagement of EDWIN 11. I'RICE
Seata secjred In advance at us ml prices.
Oallcry, 25c. t Reserved, 35c , .Mlu , ?5o , $1, 1,50.
ittr'5 m st, twig,
23D ST., NEAR GTH AVE.,
Prortor cfc Turner, Proprietors Ai .Tlunngere,
To-MorroiQE (Tuesday) Evening,
I'J.ICI.S, 23r .15r., fi()r.t 7firM 1 9150.
All l.tUi'iK noli! lur Nutiinliiy I.vrnlitK will be
tznod Tui'kiluy Ifiiliiff ur be rcilcrtiml upon
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
OF RKMIARD STAKE'S COMIO OPERA,
linAirnPur.t.v RTAnnDANn cnHTUMKi).
M.W YORK IIi:UAI,l. JA. 15.
' Tbe immio In tunfrtl tinil It BiHtm-id to pJetMj the ad
llnce. " It U catclilnj: In cntlitieatl moods j It
lu.. a frofT pchii of Audma "
m:v voitic iii:hai.d, 11:11.20.
MNondtrcrlpt of nil rfirtti fumblrd ti)Mv!tb Ubrl
Kpririltinir f lunntlc. ItinnttKo eettinj and coatam
lnx wer better than th ptfeft thtwrwa,"
Mnr.l I-KH'F.'SKEAl TIPUI.r.YANISEMNK
DOCKSTADER'S THEATRE At 8.15.'
Tho Great Magician.
KtiKfl (foment, at nn t ttormou. cjipn, tif th fatnonn
MMuaii aht it.l mtiul tfmlurf. tlio only ijerJormdni of
Thoupbt Tta'iBiuUailiiti in tho world,
in id Jit ion to KKLLAH'S Grand Pntgranimn, loolud
"" " ASTARTE,"
tl.p wonder of tlm worlil
AVINOSOlf Til l: A'l Rl.t IIOWKR Y. "iiar OANAL;
'lO-NK HT TO N'ltillT.
VVF RE ALL SVlll.INI,
W. W TILI.OTSON'H MERRY 1'OJiMlYUO. In tba
SMi.Sj.lit nig M .1 IFarei I omedy,
TO-NI(,HT. Rnaraur Liuehtt-r. ZKI ZAO.
lOXK.IIT. Scralnriif Ijiniiliior. Zll KAO.
'IO-NH.HT NizruDai lU.VO.
I'l.l-SK.ar. (lio'usiiui-Dams's. ZKi .Ml.
'lO.NK.HI. Kan Iiin fun. XIII ZA(,.
lO-Mtilll'. 'Ili'illrrat.l.'si;. X1U .Ail.
Matlnnea VVrluaratiil Sattlrday
LYCEUM TIIETRP, 4TII AVE ANDUIDHT.
DANIEL HIIUICIAN JImiaKr
I lltTII TO Itilll) 'II 111!.
FINAL l'l.KrOllIAM'l.- ol I'nieroa Oomedr.
FINAL PI III OIIMANI Ei or Piueio'a Uouiedy.
SM'EET I.W liSllllIC
KHI'.KT I.WKMIMI, ..
stv ot i,.vv i:mh;u
MMITl.tlMMIIII U.ST MIIIITS.
S EFT I.AV I,M ....
p ' HT I.A li.MII It
f'5'tain ris-J at M .,. Matin i Saturday.
IN l'llEI'ARATlON, a fo.ir-act itrama adapted
from tliu r'ltiu'ti ot Sardou.
LYUEUMTIII.ATRK Z. EXfltA
M n.day. Man ii 11, a M Ml V. M.
riistllMiHtii 1 iulu.li, tliH(,rL pli.
TIIE EI.ECTItA l- SOPIUW'LHS,
Ly atliilHnts 01 AiiiMricaii Atadniy ot tli Dratnatlo
Arts. Svatsiiii sal. VV'iiliitwilay
lill,.M(ll:r & TOMl'KINS Prnprirtorkaii I .M'.ii'vk.is
DEMI IN -ij- i B DEN.IIAN
TIIOUx(l. I aTl C TIKIUMIN,
MlillT.S S. (T R r MCHTm S,
KKDEI.i lA .I'-It V II. Till: It ( "...ian...
AJEE1I, 111! MY.M'lr I.N(. t ll is U'MIMAIO.N.
MADISO.N StjUARI. TIII.A1 Kt
Mr. A M l'l. 511.11 Soto Manaxor
r milium at 1 h Malm. titirilU.Vl ".'.
"'" ; CAPTAIN SWIFT, "liWRl?
MONTH. ""' ,r,", "' l.l.SVtAN"
A tlltEAI'SLM h.-.S "-WlllUlllJin, .'.)
IT R JM'Ollh' .11) A VE Till VtEK
1 La MatnitH's, THE Uanlej t'atnptvt'a
Mil,,,)," JliH,lsy V IIITE Faiiiuhs
iViT-DUVV l.tViJV'SD .lAK ""''
Till. MtiMII'IUTIi fctla&jiHyii
.. AhTAHTE," lliw wonder o, llin wurld
MUl.ltli THEATKh, IR INII FLAUE.
Evr, iiirli'. UllOl IIIK-I.N.LWV '.
Tni'silsy ami I'vry iolij,iirf vtiinr,
Malliild C-ttrlly iu O iio' byr-in-La I
filHEATIlKCOMItiUE r.Vitlisi .1,! :J i li.ai.i.
j vlll-s, I. AM-'Ill 1.
Moiulai, TuvmIio, "ju.'iia), L.dy Ltanrarty
Tlu.n"day A Ma'lu.w. IJitl I '. Juu Inday A S,t'rday,
A. YouXlkill NFS I ttl'ELj-MI.VNIfi PAI.MLK.
ftUlK llllAND .VIFmEUJ'. AND IIIEATKF.
L :ia.-.iHTt.ran.Ut rTIIE PAxTINI. 3MV.
-,5daia witlioii io.l, auJ Vllil t'.Tlli MAS.
' ' .1.11 i..lin iTIIli l'AsTlSli WAN.
A Vorldii turio.itii, Mriiaari". da lUcoma.
II, "iVJiWAlYVlIKlTllB." IN
Ma,1.,7.M..i, , W-l. ",U.vJ- DOT.
MARCH II ' Th Lnhts oLoudun."
TD-NY- PASTOR'.-, NEW JriH ST, J.EATitB
TONY IllAKEil.JONKS.MANNl.NU DAVIS.
PASTOK'S 1 LOltlA AlOoitK. JOHN HART.
J ONawAou. iUtM-To-marrow.
ataviiaWK t,-- I ' fUMlll iilhl saj'ili'afi lltl'V'a1 n :
. THEATRE, Wavavaava
Rroadvar, battvfsn 110th and 31 at ata. firaaaaaaaTl
" I h romJy thaatra ot Naw York City," lissavavav!
. 'llrlrlit and mrry antartatntnanta always. n !HavavaTaTj
.1. W, ROSENO.UEST. ,,..,,.,,, ..Sola Manacaf 9aavavsai
.irttTINEIIH' ' Jtsavsavsl
VI:lNESlAY.AD satukdav. H
On afciMint of laborate preparation neceaaar fors sSsavsavl
proper tn.ntatifin of nfaaavaval
NEW COMEDY, !
IT.l PRODUUTION IS ' EB
Tuesday Mi March 5, fa
wlicn It will mirMr t iirnirntv(l with tHHI
KNTIUr.TiV Ni:V hCrNKUY AND KFtEOTS. ,!!
IT IA SUV A rAiim: COMEUV .llllfl
"A tn pietnrftof NVvr UntiUniJ ltft." IvrH
' A imr. dent., vr.ioVr.ome comedy." aH
" A tcvnutnt, IcicitliitAtK tonimtr. iIoiIIdr with life In f9wil
country vilUn in Nrr KnKlaml. Thfl plot ih.H
Inlltilit. Imt tin ntory In told conllnaounly, and leclli- ;!lfl
mate, (Iramatio mcftim arc iirtcd to aLConpl.nniirtuXal iki.H
HW.i.NninisY oa.st. H
iNiriAi.rr.Hi oitsiANon mm
1LJDAV, MAUJll'i -SlPH
Box Offict'opLMi Motidav March 4, from 'JwH
MA M. to 10 P.M. 43CH
Boat Boctirfd Cir .Muitcy tiicrht will beccod .Juul
lUIUAY. MAUOH5. 9PH
5 TH AYE. THEATRE. M
Mil. EUOENE TOMPKINS !aan. and Manasar filS
HON. BENl HARRISON jl
AT WAMIIINI1TON. D 0.. AH 'JBI
PUESIDU.NT Ol'Tlli: UNlTEl) .STATUS, 49H
AT THE riFTII AVENUE THEATRE, N. Y AS Wk
SII.AH K. WnOI.CDTT, yftiavavl
of Grass Vollry California, U. H. A., ''IKlvsavl
"A OOLD UNE," .1
A nfr and ortptnal cojthhJt, In thn acta, by tH
Ilraiittrr i1IaUlirv.f4 ami o. II. JeMttop iiirtliH
'I i me Tha I'mtwnt. 'wxm
Sceno Blr Everard Koxvorda llyurat Kw. Designed .Vtl
,y?.. Hamilton Ifell, JHH
Hvcntnca at K. Matin" HataHay only, at J. , zftikyfl
"HiSATJv-ri&u'DiFi?ftS!?!Y- .IVblAgcig0- fl9
MR. E. tl. OILMOltE LESSEE AND MANAUEB. . Jsiffl
VKlWffi RflP THIS 11
At7v- raocHT m
flSr. MAUDE fl
rF ORANGEB. 1
r. it. wi'i.i.rt. TigffftoAxror.T.YKii. 3 51
. .vi it it i a v. g Sraf 5MAi.i'.itivi!ui,Y. Sffl
otiieii- 1 btiBb OTIIHKS Willi
PKtl.UI.M'.NT. I tfU ty) l'HO.UIE.NT. WtI
Ij i w E3 js - m
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. IssbwI
MLTROPOLITAN OI'CEA-lIOimK. 'jHSll
(.RAND OPERA IN GERMAN. iSPl
l'Irni (a'lirrst'iiiittloii In Anifrlca mtf:m
Or ElOIIAltD WAONLIt'S flfiFfava
Ul.M,' OK TIN-! .MUEI.I'MiE.V. m'iM
TO-NUlltr AT H O'CLOCK, tMJfaai
Tiifodur. .irnrith ,i IHr U allturq nrS
Frlilny, .Hurt liS Mrulrinl M11
.tlumlii), .llurrb I l..l)lf Isurllcrtlnriniiirraiiaj 'iXH
SATURDAY,' MaViti II, I THE JKWKsn! ImKH
Jtr- MIATS CAN III! HE ITKIH fffil
DAILY AT '1 IIEI!OX OFUCE FROir 1) TILL U.1 alvH
NPECIAI. MIlEl.r.NUEN HINH., . WH
All tlniavallaSIals liavl.ix tivn sold lor tballrsl Waivaal
sris of th ' Iliiie nl Hit' MLi'iiinerii." mlr s dfi.laval
tHw hois and upptii auata reiuainluir.a tSt't'OIIU Serial. i?aaai
will Ik, ltiiaa tol'ii". . ... l3fo FIH
Rhs itirolil . Marcli 1" Dm Vallnit. Marchltt il sai
Sli!frid " .MMiottirilaniiii-rniiaT. " S"J 2R !&
rsata for tlis 5'iinr Pel liiritiatH'rs Ouly m 13H
will !".,!! suln at ll Hoi Ullica Monday. .March 4. ur rj?-uTssTJ
wilt tin torwardedon ruipt of pric. Snats for all ata- Vlsaal
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fcHiui'm (March VII) will tia on sale March 7. ffSr-Mlava
TICKiri'.H iHiuitlit of Simulators are WORTHLES3. 'OTSM
EVERY EVENINO ATS. SAT MAT. ATS. itlSffl
l'.Itl.M:l,I. EMlAliE.HE.NT OP ftif,
NELLIE tAIIRF.N. HIED LESLIE and.th. 'ill
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MISS ESMERALDA 11
TANTKD LADIES. I.I NTLI.MEN TO, JOIN JRSI
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