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! PROGRAMME OF PORTS TODAY.
¦ SPORT C MTN'S FH<*»W. — annual exhibition of
National BpavtSSßCß's Association. Madison Square
• BILLIARDS.— NVw-Vork Athletic Club rhampi ..n.-hip
tournament. New- York Athletic Club.
POOL.— Championship tournament. Knickerbocker Ath
: tHOOTINO — Pr-ortftnen's Show mat'-hei. Interetate Park;
*™ rire shootlr.p at pettier Blfle Club; rerolwr cham
pionships. Colt ¦Sllsil Uaditon Square garden.
ATHLETICS. — Aonukl spring esmep, S3d |MSJ|SSSS4 Ami •
on' Brooklyn, 8:SJ0 p. m. ; indoor games. Barnard
Bcbool: m»- tins at Physical pducetlon Society. Dr.
(rymricisiuin. 8:1.". p. m.
HOCKEY. — Y»'e vs. Brown, St. Nicholas Rink. 8:15 p. m.
CJOLF.— Handicap a.t Lakewood.
INDOOR BAPEfIALL.,-Suburban v*. 71st Regiment,
armory. 6 p. m.
FKATINO. — Tournament at Clt-rmont Avenue Rink.
Brook lyn. _ .
AUTOJJOWUNO. — First fprlng run of Automobile Club
of America to C. J. Fields. Bath Beach, L»jng Island.
ROWlNG.— Meeting St tho NatienaJ Association of Ama
teur Oarsmen, stsillmiWlUS Hotel.
BASKETBALL— CoIumbia againtt Dartmouth. Hanover,
K. II.; Harvard 'against Williams, Wlfllamstowu.
Miss. • y«lt- apalnet Oreerp:int loans' Men's Chris
tlon Araoc!atl<.in. old ¦-. i Ilegiment armory, evening;
Pratt Institute Bsminet Princeton, Princeten.
SJWnpnVQ — Tournament at the Knickerbocker Athletic
•ATTENDANCE AT GARDEN SAID TO HAVE j
BEEN NINETY THOUSAND— THE
The Sportsmen's Show at Msdieon Square Garden
; will be brought to a. close to-night. Captain j
. Dr^psel. the secretary of the association, said last
¦night that a conservative estimate of the at
| tendance At the. enow during the two weeks had
i "been about ninety thousand. This will mean, of .
, course, a neat profit for the organization which ;
has conducted the exhibit. L. O. Armstrong; of
Canada, who ha? been largely responsible for the
! Indian representation •-.' "Hiawatha," says that he ;
Tiad considerable trouble in getting the red men to [
act. but that he expects to improve the perform- !
"ance next year. <
The attendance last r.isbt was as large as ever, i
and .-:> this will be the closing day of the show the !
¦Baasjesseai will arrange for three performances j
•if "Hiawatha." one in tile morning at 11 o'clock, I
<*n<» jr. 'he afternoon at '.' and one at S. ;
The Bsmjer of some of the wild animals at the '
* *how has not improved in the last few days, even
the Netfta California quail belnp more pugilistic than
tuts!. They chase the big pheasants about their
.-»p«- at intervals, to the intense amusement of the
i children. The timber wolves are as surly, as ever,
'•while the Mexican tiger cat chafes and tups at hi*
• top*. Only the black bears appear to be contented
with civilization. They have become confirmed ,
'flaxes of the pugar habit, and one of the fat rascals
will almost cry in vexation if a lump of sugar is
\it-}<i for any length of time just out of his reach.
He whines for the sugar In a way that one with an
Isaaglnative mind might construe into singing for
the dainty morsel. L. P. 1 1 l el. of Allegheny City,
continues to make a fine record in the rifle contests.
TRAP SHOOTING at INTERSTATE PARK.
CorMr.nr-..- match— Far.ninr. 2?.": Gilbert. WI; Reike*.
•4; Crr*l»\ (A; Fox. TO: Elliott. 40; Parm-lee, 14. I>- Roy,
Mt Griffith. 28.
A»f"<"imlo'i championship — Paiirifler. 4 M; Crosby, W.t;
tfijibtrt. W; Helkes. 'M; Fanr.:n?.»!«'>; Griffith, 03; Watson.
U; Elliott. Dfi; I* Roy. (W: Kuat. 71; Hrinton. M: Steptiea
*on, B2 Carey. (•!; Rmull 1(2; Cornwall, '.'4. Hendrick
The continuous match was ended yesterday. W.
71. CrOsby WO* first prize, a silver coffee set, with
a score of 846; J. S. Fanning. seeead, poM medal.
sror'- C"a; Fred Gilbert, third, silver medal, s ore
: • 1?* a. ii Fox. fourth, bronze medal, score 125^
i;> to and including March 15, the. following
flamed shooters have qualified for the final In the
Fr»><l Gilbert. It*); P. 1 . I'arme)**. JOO: Edward Banks,
*>.>. W. R. Crc*b.r. »»: J. S. K»nn:nr. Sft: R. C. Griffith.
H H. C. Heikee. !'S; 11. 0. Watson. 1»S: H. M. Martin. I>7;
J. A. Ti. Elliott, W5: A. 11. r< X. Wj H. L" Hoy, 96; H. B.
T\>ll«. 96; J. R. Hull. '¦<*. J. H. Cornwall, »4: P. H.
Hrinton. M; '.'. Dudley. ic'. X. J. liaUowell. 02; U. B.
•mull, 92: 11. W. Bain. 86: F. \V. G-tchell. H: J. R.
Sfalone. t#; C. Yon Lengerke. 86; B. X. Van Allen. s«;
T- B. fct*ph«netm, h4.
BSMSfSSF re-entry (hißhest seers cour.t§)— J. A. PmitK
5«; J. A. Diets. Jr.. 242: J. T. Humphrey. 2T.S; W. K.
I'#tty. 240; A. U. A. HitnmelwrUrhi, - v Dr. R. H.
•ayre. 137; Pr. W. A. Smith, S2»j K. K. V. Casey, 221;
3* P!»rey. 228: W. P. Vhler. 21*; H. M. Pop*. 21". E. i*.
34. Wend*lftadt. 210; J. B. Crat.'.ret-. -i' c . L.. C Huntley,
307: A. D. SJirjiiriT IKS: S. Scott. 191; M. Bdey. IK.
Revolver or pistnl re-«atrv (lowest ¦¦ pa beet)— A
fmltli, Si; J. A. riletr. Jr.. 34; .1. B. Crabtre* ?.T,; IV. E.
y»ttx. *6; A. I* A. H'.tr.mrtwriKht. 3S; Dr. R. 11. Sayre.
41; J. T. Humphrey, 43: I* It. Piercy, 49; W. R-ven-
Uum. T.Z. C. E. Tavnt. •»: L. Bum 83; C. 11. Chap
»a»n. 64. T. Keller. Jr.. fi; K. R. McAlpir. ?.'
One hun'irt-i rhot mateh — T>r. R. H. Sayre. v l*2; J. A.
T>t*tx. Jr.. 686: J. E. Btnaeasaa. 7Hi».
Piftol adamptonrhiD ffifty KbotM — J. A. Djr'it. jr., 429;
A. I*. A. lflmm^lwripht, 42«: 3. A. Mrr.tth. 41*
nwolver rhampl nshlp (fifty vhots) — Dr. R. H. ?ayre.
AT THE RIFLE RANGE.
The rifle showdng contest" at the Z<"ttl"r ranges
«Jose to-night. Scores of the possible prize win
ners are here given:
Or.» hundred '>". efaaaapl rxchlfi (shot in Ftr!ns>< at ten
•hotf nt any mi..- during- the tuurnanient) — U. P. fuel,
S.«l;CZei('fj, jr.. - 43^; I. !'. Ila.iFen. 2.434: Dr. v.v O.
H«4(K>n. 2.431: M U«orl«-r. 2.431; E. S. PUlard. 2.130;
T. U. Gtlsel. 2.425; U. C. Base, S.CS; D. 3. O'Hare.
'JAZZ.-. TV. A. F«Tis. 2.426.
RiSE targets (targets of three chotE, |iiisslllli 73 paints;
ben three tanret to 01 unt for lirsl ftvt prise*. poßsible
333 p**ntr>— W A. rerria. 224; U P. !tt«t -':''.; F. it
Gel*el. 222; L. V. Har.ten. 121; C. 7.e:t!tr. jr., 221.
British TESyiS CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
At the meeting last nisr'.u at the Waldorf-As
toria, of th« executive committee of th.i United |
sssstas National Lawn Tennis Association it was
. announced that tba challenge for competition in
the lntcrziitional tennis tournament, to be held in
this country, made by the English Lawn Tennis
AEtociatioa. had b<"n accepted some days afro. At
the meeting President Palmer E. Presby. of Bos
ton, was authorized to appoint a commit to
make crrangemeats for th« coming contest. This
committee hag no: as yet been named, and its
tnembcrs will not be announced for several days. !
The committee ¦will name the place and date for j
Th» ?lr*t of the final games for the intercollegiate
hockey championship •will take place at the St.
Nicholas Skating Rink this evening between the
teams d Brown and Yale universities. These two
teams have won the right to contest in th« final
v«iies. best two out of thref- srames. So far this
fcason Brown has not lost a game and Vale has
lost only one.
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Waterproof Dress Goods
Ideal Cloths for Walking Suits, Skirts, Etc.
Rain Will Neither Spot Nor Injure Them,
Water Rolls Right Off,
Just as suitable for wear in sunshine.
Sponged, shrunk and ready to make up.
Coverts, Vicunas, Meltons, Chev
iots, etc., in the popular Ox
ford, Green, Tan and oth
er fashionable shades.
Stan. P :d "'^fcwmeßtf* on back
KNGLEV\*OQD CHOSEN* FOR NEW-JERSEY
At the annual meeting; of the New-Jersey Golf
League, held in the St. Paul Building yesterday,
th*» Englawood Golf Club was awarded the priv
ilege of holding the year's championship. The
date of the contest was not decided, but the exec
utive committee was empowered to select three
days in the latter part of Jun<\ This is a radical
departure from previous years, as the champion
ship has usually been held in the fall. Two now
clubs-the Colonia. of Colonia. N. J.. and the
Newark Athletic Club-were elected to member
ship fed provision was made for taking in the
.cummer resort clubs, provided these are willing to
confine their championship entries to bona«flde
residents of the State. Paul Wileox. of the Mont
clair Golf Club, was chosen president, to succeed
L. H Graham, of Baltusrol. A secretary and
treasurer Is to be elected later from th.> Engle
wool Golf Club, and these two officials, together
with the following men. will constitute the execuj
t!v« committee: ur. J. A. Wells En^ewood Golf
Club L. H. Graham. Baltuaro Golf Club: Jasper
Lynch Golf Club of Lakewood. and 1-. St. Ualr
Colley, Essex County Country Club.
T^> intercollegiate golf championship on May 6
an<} 7 will probably take place at Atlantic City.
The club there has BtgnifiXl its willingness to un
d^ttalte the contest, ami as the course i* well liked
by the collet boys they will undoubtedly take a<l
vantage of the offer.
The executive committee of the Metropolitan Golf
lEsoclatlon has decided on Apawamls as the course
f>r its annual championship la May.
MANY UPSETS AT PALM BEACH
Palm Beach.. Kla., March 15 (Special) his was
a day for complete upsets among the golfers com
petins in the open East Coast golf tournament.
The first big surprise was the defeat of C. B. Cory
by T P.eid, of Montclair, N. J.. a total stranger to
the Palm Beach patrons. Next came the defeat of
II M Forrest by G. Hurseh. of Lakewood. another
unheard of player. Charles 1.. Tappin, of th«
Westbrook Golf Club. IsHp. Long Island, who re
cently won the Palm Beach championship, was put
out by C F. Watson, of the Esses Country Club.
Orans*. N. J-. while W. R. Cheney came, near being
I eaten by "Dan" Chauncey, who lost the. match at
the seventeenth hole by carelessly Jolting into the
cup a bail which was hangim? on the rim and
which would have fallen in of its own accord had
be remained quiet, in the afternoon there were
still further surprises. The summary of the day's
play for the Palm Beach Cup foUows:
First rouni-B. Cheney. Oxford, heat Daniel Chaunr-ey.
r.r .v k er Meadow by 1 up; K. Wai* n. Jr., Earn v Country
,•',.' ta C L' Tui» .in Wcsthrook. by 1 up; C. I.
TravelllTxewtinVt «««* George Barnard, Br. kl tv Coun
frv ci-.V, by 2 up and 1 to -.lay; IV. 11 Davli. Lakewood.
Wat .SiJn.-\ : MMMock .- - M.t A. C. >a -• up: Clayton
Dixn. llanUngten v..::. CVmntry » Club, beat- Irving
Brotoiw \... t C*e«t»r Golf Club, by f. up an I 5 t<> i->;
1 Rci.i' Montclair. b-at c. B Oiry. Oakley < intry CJup.
by .', up and 2 to play; P. H. M. F.lwf-e. Waahingtoß Park.
Chicaeo. beat Charlea H. Beeley. Weatbum, by rt * f * ult i
« Ilurieh lakewood. beat H. M Forrest, Philadelphia
Country Club, by :t up and 2 to play.
Be. >nd round— Wataon, Jr.. bent Cbauncey, by 1 up,
Davis beat Travel!!, by 4 up and 3 to play: Reid beat
ciavton Dlxon by 2 Jp; ICcElwec beat Hurach, by ' up.
CONDITION OF THE ROADS HEREABOUTS.
In response to many requests the officers of the
New-York State Division, League of American
Wheelmen, have deemed it advisable to begin their
weekly road reports earlier than usual this season.
It is proposed through these reports to give to the
cycling public reliable information regarding the
roads In this vicinity. Every rider, however, who
makes use of these reports, should remember that
they are subject to changes according to the weath
er conditions. The officers of the division are
anxious to secure additional workers in this depart
ment of their league work and will gladly welcome
any one who will volunteer to supply th>- !Cew-York
office with weekly reports about the condition of the
roads in their locality. Detailed Information re
garding this will be furnished upon application to
the headquarters of the division. No. 519 Vanderbllt
Building. In connection with these reports it is
intended to furnish descriptions of nhort tours and
runs on the roads moat frequented by wheelmen
and taking in places of Interest and fine scenery.
By this means it is hoped to create a revival in
the pleasure nnj advantages to bo derived from
the use of the bicycle and to encourage and promote
touring among wheelmen.
In the vicinity of Cornwall the roads are covered
by about four inches of snow, and will be In bad
condition when the snow melt*. In North Tarry
town the roads are muddy. There is a new road
from North Tarrytown to Pocantico Hills, which
follows the Bedford Road and turns off at the
fourth road to the left. Ilillsdale reports that there
v.i;! be no riding there until the middle of April.
The same report comes from Tort Montgomery and
Ouymard: in Hyde Park the roads arc muddy and
slipper j'. The macadam and earth roads of Ora
dell. N. J.. are fairly good, but damp; via Fort Lee
to Oradell the roads are in first class shape for
this reason of the year. Macadam roads of Newark
are good, but the earth roads are poor to fair.
In Near-Brunswick the macadam roads are good,
th» earth roads rough and the side paths are" fair.
In westfleld, N. J., the toads are fair to poor. In
Trenton the macadam roads arp good, but the
earth roads are poor: the edge paths are also poor,
and sidewalk riding through the village is pro
hlbited: the lamp and bell ordinances are strictly
enforced in this vicinity. The stone roads of Her-
Erii County are in excellent condition and ridable
within twenty-four hours after rain or snow. Th«
dirt roads, which, however. are few. are wholly
unridable. Little Ferry route to Hackensack in
poor. The Edgewater-Leonia route is In good order.
OFFICERS FOR ROWISG CLUB.
The following: nam'.-p have been presented by the
nominating committee for ofllcers of the Xew
noch<?llo Rowing Club: For president, J. Willard
Pine; vice-president. Al*'xanflr-r WillOX! socrctary.
J. Howe.ll Price; treasurer, William E. Moore: cap
tain. K. B. Pinckney; governors for two years, F.
H. Seacord and B. B. Badeau.
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NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. Si&TJRZ^OT. [MARCH 10. 1901.
[Office DESKS 1
1 \7 nd c r -price Jm J+ j
Business men are getting acquainted with our Office Furniture Store on the
Fifth floor. Two ways: First, the very broad variety to select from, and the con
venience and practicability of the desks and other furnishings. Second, the uni
formly low prices on furniture of a higher character than is sold in usual stores.
Today there is news of still greater importance, of seven styles of desks, that
are new and thoroughly up-to-date ; though marked at the following concessions
from our regular fair prices :
At $15, from $18— 39-inch single pedestal oak typewriter desks; flat top; 3 drawers in pedestal, one of
double depth ; typewriting- machine drops inside of desk.
At $16.50, from $20 — 53-incb pedestal typewriter desks, same as above; 7 drawers and 2 slide 3.
At $22. 50, from $30 — Four 60-inch golden oak high roll-top deiks; two pedestals with 7 drawers and
2 slides ; 1 drawer between pedestals ; 37 pigeon-hoes and 4 drawers in top.
At $28, from $37.50— 0ne 55-inch high roll-top oak desk; 2 pedestals; 7 drawers; 1 drawer between
pedestals; 1 letter file; 12 document boxes; 14 drawers and 5 open pigeon-holes in top.
At $30, from $40 — Three 60-inch quartered oak, high roll-top desks ; two pedestals with 2 slides and 7
drawers ; 1 drawer between pedestals ; 37 compartments and 2 drawers in top.
At $32.50, from $42— Three 60-inch quartered oak, high roll-top desks; double pedestals with 7
drawers; 1 letter file; 14 document boxes; 14 drawers; 5 pigeon-holes in top.
At $50, from $65— One quartered oak, high roil-top desk; two pedestals with 7 drawers and 2 slides
and drawer between ; 4 letter files; 14 document boxes ; 15 small drawers; \3 pigeon-holes; 2 glass
ink-wells and spong? cup ; 69 in. long.
In our regular stock we have an assortment of oak roll-top desks from $13.50 to $132, and in mahogany
from $45 to $162. In fht-toooak desks, $10 to $45; flat-top mahogany desks, from $27 to $39.
We sell a well-made 42-inch single pedestal, low ro'.l-top oak desk for $13.50: the same desk in 50
inch double pedestal for $17, and the same desk, 50 in. long, high roll-top with 7 drawers in the
base and 20 compartments in top for $18.
Complete lines of revolving chairs, arm chairs, revolving bookcase-;, office tables, directors' tables, filing
cabinets, pigeon-hole cases and Globe-Wernicke elastic bookcases.
Silver Anniversary Offering of
These Corsets are the best in the world — made especially for the Wanamaker
Store by the best corsetier in Europe. Today we have picked out several lines that
are to be discontinued, and we offer them at
HALF PRICE Nea.r It "Below It
It is a splendid opportunity for women who love the comfort, refined style and
shapeliness of a Lillian, to possess these best of corsets at the prices that must be
paid for commonplace kinds.
This hint of prices :
51.25 Lillian Corsets at 85c $3.50 and S4 Lillian Corsets at $2
$2 Lillian Corsets at SI S&SO and $8.51 Lillian Corsets at $3
In white, drab and black; medium and long waists.
Also these two additional lots of excellent corsets :
52.75 and $4.50 C. P. Imported Corsets, at 51. 75
$1 P. N. Domestic Corsets at 65c _ I_..1 _... 11|1
This is an extraordinary offering of finr Corsets ; and even the fifteen hundred
in the collection should be sold out before the day is over, at such unheard-of ' pric v.c.
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Lroaivvav, Fourth Avenue, Ninth and Tenth Streets.
is the call number of the
Uptown Contract Office of the
flaw York Telephone Company,
where all information regarding
Telephona Servica and Rates
may be had.
is the number of the
Main Contract Office.
CalU for these official numbers are FREE
from any Public Station.
. NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY.
l<Dey Street. 111 West .1 Sth Street.
Austin's Dog Bread
MIXUP AT NEW-ORLEANS OVER RECORD
AND BALE OF CHERRIES. A WINNER.
New-Orleans, .March IS.— The second rnre, on to
day's card developed a series of complications. The
race was a aelltng affair for three-year-olds; who
had not won it race »lnc< November 28, 1800. J.
i;arkf-r Harrison'! mare Cherries scored an easy
victory, and, after th« rait, at the usual outcry
Haymaii ft Frank 1 id her up to JlA'«i, t:*» over
tho entered •-¦¦;!. 1. 1- price, and secured her. Subse
quently G. C. Baker, owner of Dorothy Lee, who
finished second, lodged a protest with the stewards,
alleging that Cherries had won a nice In the la.st
week of the Benninga meeting, and was therefore
Ineligible. The protest was sustained and Cherries
disqualified, but all bets were allowed to stand.
Dorothy i><- was then placed first, Janowood sec
ond and Fleche dOr third The wards then ruled
that the sale of Cherries under the (erras of tho
race, having taken place before the protest was
lodged, was valid and ordered the mare turned
nver 10 Hay-man ft Frank. The weather was clear
and the truck good. Cherries, Trebor, Andes and
sim W. were ti-..- winning favorites. Results:
FIRST RACE— and a half furlong*.
Radiant Heat. 114 iDupeet. la to 1 and .'> to 1 1
Masterful, 105 (WaUh), 8 to 1 and 3 to 1 '-'
St. Bluff. KB (Gormley), 15 to 1 :t
Palmistry. Ratalnoor, Lord Lisa, D^yd Dixie, Vovelty.
Rarlla and Miss Baracen also ran.
SECOND RACE— Six furlong*.
Cherries, 1004 (Mile?). 9 to 5 an 1 4 to .1 1
Dorothy l> ¦<-. 103 (O'Biiea). 4 to 1 and 9 t0.1.. 2
Janowood, !>» fSlack), 3 to 1 3
Fle'he d'Or. Airaras. Saline! Orrle Grian, Lnrry C.
Blumiat, LightninK Flash, Bob Baker and Scotch Bramble
THIRD RACE — One mil« and seventy yards: selling.
Tratoor. 11.1 1 \anduiien». 8 to 5 and 7 to 10 1
Locum Blcuom, VAt (Cochran), 3 to 1 and even 2
Red Pirate, 114'^ (Cayweod). 4 to 1 3
La Spara, Belle Simpson, Dagmar, Bequeath. Jack Adi*
and Innuendo also ran.
FOURTH RACE— One mile; handicap.
Andes, o*l iCochran), 8 to 5 and 3 to 5 1
ADAMS CHAPEU I'nlos Tlwolaateal Bssntnan ~C»
Park iv< Bui la aften db service iit i-.:u> o'clock
- -».. n... CHARU9B CCTHBERT lUU. 1' 1>
M.I. SOULS' CHURCH. Madlson-AYe. and 66th-st
):¦ ¦¦ It. ÜBBKR NEWTON Bill preach at 11 a. m th-
F<rv.-iitli termon In the iras on ".-studies In th« Llfn of
Jesus." Fubject, "Th« Public Career <>f Jesus." Even
•onr, - p. m (»eat.H fr. .-i Rev WALTER E. PKNT
I.XV will preach an "iiduratlon and I"urincatlon After
ALL ROULS 1 CHVHCII. UNITARIAN. 4th-ave. and
201 !>t.— Sunday irhxit, 10 a. m. The Pastof Rev
THOMAH H, PLICBR, will preach at 11 a. m. Subject."
"Il.e Method o( the Oreat Teacher." Tho public cor.Mallv
AT LENOX AVENUE UNITARIAN CHURCH corner
12l«t ¦ hi . — Itev. MKIILE ST C WRIGHT. Pastor, will
Breach at 11. Bubjecl "Ii Unttarlanlsm a CoM Faith"-'
Special music, Bunds school. !<:4T. a. m.
AT REFORMED CATHOLIC SERVICES In Christ's
MlMlon. IY2 IV«al CUt st.- Kvinlnß. 7:4.*.. Rev. JAMES
O-CoNNojs. a »r.jr. pivaches; subject "St. Patrick's
Chrlsttanlty N'..t llMnacbin."
AT SOI.TH CHURCH. Madiaoa aye. ant aSth-»t.. Rev
RODERICK TERRY. I. D.. Pastor.— Sarrtcsa at 11 a. rr.
jiil 1 p m. the Paator will preach.
AT THE CHURCH <>k rill-: DIVINE PATKRNITY
'>!k A. ¦ :m<! ICth St., CHARLES II B\TON
Ii !>., Pa»tor— Services, 11 a m . and 8 r m. Mn-nlnit^
iraei n Immortality"; 11, "Have We Any Proof»
I Immortality V Evening, "The. V >une Man Alans v
NVw y., r k "
AT WORTH'S MONUMENT. 2.lth-«t. and Broadway.—
Meeting Sunday 3 — .s. sheltered M.Olrt men. Chaplain
FHETiKRICK l; 'T/M:K Object, building. Bublect "la
Uf<> Worth I-lvlngf 1
BAPTIST Cliritcil OF THE EPIPHANT, Madison
ave. and iV4th-ht., Key. HOWARD L. JONES. Pastor —
Barrteat 11 a. m. and Bp. m. All welcome.
111 ooMixr.i.Ai.r REFORMED CHURCH. Broadway
corner >;.>«th-!it.— The Pastor, Rev. TVM. C. ETINSON !>
1> . will preach. 11 a. m.. "The Glory of the Common
place.' sp. m.. "Henry Drummond, the Great Scien
tist." All are heartily welcome.
sth-nve. and 3Tth-»t.
Rev. MALTDIK I>. BABCOCK, 1). D.. Pastor.
Beryl • - Sunday, March 17.
Rev. M. Wi MiI.SKY BTRTKER P. P.
President of Hmnllton Coll«o
will preach at 11 a. m. and 4:Su p. m.
Sunday school. !i|. r a. m.
Yount? Man'i iiimc (.lass. 10 a. m.
Weekly events* mtvlc* Wadnseaay, 8 o'clock.
UROADTVAY TAHEJRNACL.R CHURCH.
«.'orn^r Urouilway and 34th-st.
Regular nervlrra at 11 a. m. and *• p. m. The Pastor.
Rev. CHARIXS E. JBFFRR<«ON I) D.. will preach.
B p. m.. I11M« claw. eonduetad by \vn>L,l.\M H. THOMP
SON. M. D. Prmyer meeting Wednesday evenlnu at >..
DifFolute, 111 (Lnndry). 4 to I and X to 5 2
Thurlen. 07 (Brennan). 1- t. 1 a
Charlie O'Bri«n. Bar»la, skuiman. Ed» Riie V an.i
>'raiiKil'l» nine run.
FIFTH RACE — furlongs; selling.
Sim \V.. 114 (C.,,hrani. t t.. B and 3 to S l
Momentum. 107 Walsh). 12 to 1 and 4to 1 .... 2
Latiraatea, MS (Slack), 9 to r> " 3
fVirialls. The Rurllrgton Route. Dousterawlvel. Queen
Anne. Sallle J.. Star Cotton and Mafcagni also ran.
SIXTH RACE— On.> mile and a sixteenth; selling.
Slasher, 1074 il.in.lry>. 4 to 1 and 8 to 5 1
Blithaful, 103 (Slack*. B to 1 and S to 1 »
Ezeelal*, 101 tWilkerson). 3 to l 3
Time — 1:49»i.
Governor Boyd. MeEK». Little Roy Blue. Henn.- of
Franatamar, Lackman. I'inar del Rto, Miss r^-vretta and
DsmofthenfH also ran.
ENTRIES FOR TODAY.
First race (selling; one an.l one-sixteenth miles) — Htja
86; Ford. 83: Bert Davis, ltV-'; Kenova. 102; Egyptian
Prince, 107: Brown Vail. Ill; Zolo. 113; Phidias 113
Frank Ireland. 113: Woodtrle<». IIS.
Second race (selllrifr; on* mile» — Tillle W.. 101; The
Jeß«raon, 103, UnlH. 108; Kin« BIkWOOd, 103; Althea, 105;
Jack Addle. 10T>: Prestar. 106; Sam Lazarus. 103; Wind
ward, lmi; Farrell. 106; Tobe Paine. 1(>8; The Burlington
Third race (hurdle handicap: one. and one quarter miles)
— Hiirv* 11.. 110: Torreon. 132: Zufalllfr, 133; Seldenbaoh,
13A; Mies Ransom. 13S; Tommy O'Urten. IIS: Isen. 155.
Fourth race (The Crescent City Derby: one and one
elKhth mllt-H) — Hanswurst. lift; Varro. 112: siddona, 110;
Picador. 118: Wild Pirate. 115; Henry Clay Rye. 115;
Fifth race Oiandlcap; on« and one-sixteenth miles)—
Waterhouse. JX); Jessie Jarbo», 00; De«na, 07- Hood"!
Brigade. 07; Orey Forge. US; Major Mtinslr. 08; Little
Duchess 11. OS; Knight Banneret, 00; Johnny Me-
Tarty. 100. .
Sixth race (selling; one mile)-r-'Elcven Bells 07- We«t
Baden. 08; Pantland. 99; Ellen 8.. KM; Annie Lauretta.
Hil: l- Htl " Sallie 101: Burßovne. 102: Colonel Casstdv.
103; Innuend> , 103; Brother Fre-1. 103: Percy R IG.V
Sevc th J aCe "elllnp: six furlongs)— Belle of Harris
burg. 8K: Curtsey. f>B: Tea Gown. M; Ol«kma, M; Boom -
S.^u'i?? 1 I ja AlvA 1v Contrar >-. •«; Fluke <W; Lake For.so. 07:
Faith W »rd. 07; Corlaiis. 102: Free Hand. lot. T'rerp KM
FIXAL BASKETBALL OAMF.
It will be a case of schoolboy against college ath
lete when the Pratt basketball' team meets the five
from Princeton University In the Pratt gym
nasium to-night. The game has caused more than
usual interest on account of the fact that neither
team has as yet suffered defeat.
The game for the billiard championship of the
New- York Athletic Club, at the clubhouse In Fifty
nlnth-st.. last night, was between W. H. Ralston
and W. H. Rapp. Rapp won by th« score of 200
to 130. with an average of ¦:''*. His best run was «*
and the game was finished in sixty-four inning? " '
MRS. .v.ivvo.v ARRESTED bit XOT HELD.
Kansas City. Mo.. March 1".- Mrs. Carrie Nation,
who has been visiting here for two days, was ar
rested in Union-aye.. near the Union Station, to-day
for obstructing the sidewalk. wh»re sh« had
¦topped to harangue a rrowd. She was released on
her promise to depart en the next train for Tops**.
CALVARY CHURCH. West f>7th-st.— Dr. MAC
ARTHL'R preaches 11 arid S. Evenine subject. "Lama
ism and the Prayer- at Thibet": In series.
CALVARY CHURCH. 4th-ave. and 21strSt.. Rev. J.
LEWIS PARKS. S. T. D.. Rector. — Holy Communion,
S:1O. Confirmation, sermon ami Holy Communion. 11.
The Bishop of New-York will preach. Bpeolal musical
"Passion Service." S p. m.
'K.VTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHI'P.CH No. "¦'¦¦ West
r.Tth-sJ.. near Broadway. Rev. WILT<'»N MERLE sM^sm
D.' D.. Pa.stor: R-v. WALTER LOWRIU. Assistant.-^*
a. m.. ra-irpin.c prayer; 11 a. m., morning service; - p. m..
evening service. Rev. CHARLES WOOD. P. I*., ef
Philadelphia, in.! preach at both services. Sunday
school at .1 p. m. Christian Endeavor Monday evening. 8.
Devotional meeting- Wednesday evening at S.
CHRISTIAN Si*IBX»"'H SERVICES. FIFTH f'Hl'R''H
OP CHRIST. SCIENTIST. 6-4 Madi«a»-SiT«L, corner SBth
rt.—Sunday. 11 a. m. and S p. m. Wednesday evening. 9.
Rooms open daily.
CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION. .-'have, and 10th-st..
Rev. PERCY 3. GRANT. Rector.
mine service. 11 a. m.
Musical ser>iee. i p. m.
The Bl;hop of the Dlocesa wilt preach anl administer
the rite, of Confirmation.
Evening service. 8 p. m.
Sittings free at all services.
CHURCII OF THE EPIPHANY. Lexineton-ave. and
Ssth St. — Holy Communion. Ha. m. Morning prayer and
sermen. 11 o'clock. Evening prayej-. sermon and con-
Urination, 8 o'elnck. Bishop BROWN, of Arkansas, will
CIIURCn OF TUB HEAVENLY REST. sth-ave . above
45th-st.. Rev. D. PARKER MORGAN, IV P.. Reftor.—
8 a. m.. Holy Communion: 11 a. m. morr.lne: prayer.
?ermon by Rector; 4 p. m.. conftrmatton ser\'ic«». Th"
Bishop of Nebrafka will administer the rite.
CHURCH OK THE HOLY APOSTLES. 2Sth-st. and
Pth-ave.. Rev. BRADY EL BACKUS. D. D.. Rector —
Anniversary service!". 10:45 a. m. ; sermon by the Rector.
Choral evensong. 7:45; address by the Rev. Dr. MOT
TETT. SpecUl music.
ClU'Ri'H OF THK INCARNATION*.
Ma>llson-ave. and .'loth— »!..
Rev. WM. m. OROSWBKOR. I>. D.. P.ector.
S a. m.— The Holy rowmunkn.
11 a in. — Morning fervice, sermon an.l Holy Communion.
4 p. m. — Evenlr.K prayer and sermon.
CHURCH OP THK maaiAH ilnitariani. ."s»th-»t..
corner Park-aye. Service, 11 a. m. Rev. JIINOT J.
RAVAOR, l>. D . will |>r«aeh tenth sermon in series on
"The Pa»sins and the permanent In Religion." Subject,
"What Is the Church, ani Will It H- Permanent?"
Sunday school. 10 o'clock. in chapel, entrant Park-ay».
All cordially Invited.
CHURCH OF THE PURITANS. l2oth-»t.. near sth
ave.. Rev. CHARLES J. VOUNC. I>. I:. Pastor.—St
vices at 11 a. m. and Bp. m. «.V>rdtal welcome.
COLLKOIATE RHFORMBD CHURCII. HARLEM. Rev.
.1 KLMENDORF. I>. D.. t?«nlor Pastor.— FlßST
CHURCH. i:i?t-!«t.. near .Td-ave.— Pa«tor. Rev. Kl'
WARD F. RALSTON. Preaching by the Pasicr at 11
a. m. and Bp. m. Subjects: Morning. "< >ut of the Moun
labia"; eveniiß. "Th* Oreatesi Stassaa*."
SECOND CHURCH. Lf-nos-ave. ana 123J-st.. Pastor.
Rev. EDGAR TILTO.V. — Preaching by th* Pastor at
11 a. m. an Bp. m
i:VANr.KLICAL M'THKRAN CHURCH OF THE AD
VF.NT. i.'in? Kroar.xay. above KJd-st.. Rev. O. F.
KHiitbi.. D. D.. Pastor.— Service. 11 a. m. Sunday
school, !>:3i* a. m.
FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
8 West 46th-M.
Rev. W. S. RICHARDSON. Assistant.
Service* at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Preaohins by Rer.
FRANCIS H. ROWLEY. D. D.. of Boston. Mass, HIV*
classes for youna; women and younsr men at 9 A* a. m.
FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Mb-are. md rislh-st.
Th» Pastor, Rev. GEORGE T. PURVES. D. D.. will
conduct the services on March 17. 11 a. m. and 4:3i> p. m.
Afternoon topic, "Tho Mount of Transfiguration"; fourth
sermon in th? series on Mountain Scenes In the Life- of
ChrtFt. Hlble school, 0:45 a. m. Youns people's meet-
InK. 8 p. m. In the lecture room. Dr. 1'! KVi:s will speak
on •'Th- Westminster Standards." The public cordially
Invited to all services.
FIRST BAPTIST I'HIRrH. TOth-st. and Broadway.
n*v. I. M. HALDEMAS. Pastor.— 3er\lces. 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.
FIRSTT CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST. 137-143
west 43th-st.. between 6'h and "th ayes. — Christian
Science services Sundays at l'>:4s a. m. and 8 p. m.
Wednesday evening* at » o'clock. Reading rooms open
dally from & a. m. to '• p. m.
FOURTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, cor
ner Mi si 111 1 WALTER DUNCAN BUCHANAN.
V. P., Pastor, preaches at 11 a. m. and s p. m-
GOSPEL TAP.ERNACLE CHURCH. Sth-ave. and 44th
st — Rev. A. a SIMPSON, Pastor, will preach Sunday.
li.lii a. m. Evangelistic services. 7:3<> p. m. Week night
services. S p. m. ¦ .
r,R.\rE METfCODIST. West 104th-st.. near Columbus
ave.—Re\-. P. M. WAITERS. D. D.. Pastor, will preach
at 11 and S. Sabbath nchnol. 2:80; Epworth Ijeacue. 7.
Everybody cordially welcome.
HUGH O. PENTECOST.
«4 Madtson-ave.. near 2"th-st.. Sunday at 11 a. m "Is
the [tlble Inspire ?"
J. WILBUR CHAPMAN. D. D.. will preach at 11 a. m.
and S p. m In the Fourth Presbyterian t"huroh, West
End-aye. and !tl«-st. Dr. CHAPMAN'S Bible class for
men, laiiea' Normal class ami Sunday school. U:45. Even
ing theme, ••Wretche*!. Miserable. Poor. Blind." The
ttory of a man reduced to poverty a» toM by himself.
Music. Miss Grace Underwood, soprano, and special music
by the choir.
MADISON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, cor. 31st-st.
—Rev. HUSKY M. SANDERS. D. D.. I'jstor. will preach
at both services: morning. 11: evening. 9.
MADISON AVENUE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH corner f.<«h-st.— Rev. ANDREW LONGACRE.
D. I', Pastor.— Preaching at 11 a. m. by th« Pastor.
Preachlnc at 4 v- m. by th-; Assistant Pastor. Rev.
LINDSAY B. LONGACRE. Sunday school at l»:3(» a. m.
Midweek social devotional service Wednesday. 8:15 p. m.
M\l>lf=ON' AVBNt'K PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, cor
ner .'hV. «t.. HnWAltl- AONEW JOHNSTON. D. D.. Pas
tor.—ll a. m.. "Investment*." At > p. m.. "Israel's
MADISON AVBKI'B RKFORMEP CHURCH, corner ef
.-)7th-fct. K. v. ABBOTT E. KITTREIKIR Pastor.—Morn
ing nervier at 11 o'clock. Dveniß* service at I o'clock.
Dr. KITTKKDGK will preach at both services. I'rayer
mcetlni on Wednesday evening.
MADISON SQUARE rRESBTTBRIAS CHURCH. M.i.li
.«*n-ave. corner of 24th-st.— Pabbiith services at 11 a. m
and S p. m. The Paste* Rev. C. 11. PARK HURST.
IV D.. win preach. Ilible school in Chapel, l rt a. m.
Classes for adults.
MEMORIAL BAPTIST. WaahlßCtoa Square — In the
Bomlns. Dr. JUPSOX. I" the evening. Mr. SH«'MI'R
RAY: »lso Mrs. B W. Stover, soloist, and the Mi!>»e*
Reynold.", "cellist and violinist.
NEW- YORK PRESBYTERIAN CEfRCH. 7th-»ve. and
12>th-st.— Rev. DUNCAN I. MMII.LIX. I>. r>.. Pastor,
prtachea at 11 and 7:J3. Prayer meeting Wednesday even-
PRACTICE OP RAJA TOGA BY SWAM AItTIEPA
NAXDA. of In^lia. 'lrn.iti.- I.v ¦. urn. Sur-!.iv. tit*.
lecture Tuesday •v*nlna*. 108 Kast 3.-th-»t.
RUTOEHS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Broadway. e«r
n>-r 73.t-i«t. — .^frvtces at 11 a. m and 8 p. m. l*reachtn!r
by th*. I'..\. COI'RTEKAV 11. KMNN*. dm of Urn Mil
»!'onarie-» of th*> Prtabyt^rlan BoagnJ, who passe.l thr.->ua-h
tho s'.eije. of IVklng. Subject of evening discourse. ' Th»
Marvellous ProvMenc* of God In th.> St*«a of Peking-."
Weekly service Wednesday evening at "* o'clock. conductM
by the Re\*. I>r. SCHAUFTU2R.
ST. ANDREWS METHODIST rPISCOPAIi CHURCH.
7Rth-»t. vre<t of CbtsssfesM are, PasMr, It. J. O.
WIOii.V, will preach at 11 a. m. nn.l 4 p. m. On
Thursday' evenlncr. March 21. Dr WILSON will give an
rrenlng with famous author?: subject: "Tgly People .Seen
Thrnugh, Borrowed Spectacle?." BUISISSJ of m •rts»B' >
ST BARTHOLOMEWS CHURCH. MadUoa-ave. and
44th st the Rev. DAVID 11. C.RKER. D. I>.. Re.'tor.—
garvlca In th» miming at 11 o'clock. Afternoon service. »
o'clock Lecture on Confirmation at the .-lose of the
afternoon service. The Rev. Dr. C. M. BF.CKWITH. of
Calvnston. Tex., will pr«-ach in th.- morning. Dr. iiHKKR
will *p»ak In the afternoon.
ST .1 \MK?'!> CHURCH, M:v!l»on-ave. an.J 71st~st..
R*v. E. WALPOLK WARHKN. I' V.. Rector
Holy Communion, ft a. m.
T.t im- Her* Communion. «»rm.in iKectort. 11 a. m.
Eventnu |.:-.iy.'i .m! Mnaw iß*v. C. M DOCdI«AF>. M'- ""•
ST JAMES s MBTHODIfrr EPISi-opal CHCRCH,
Madtaon-aT*. and UKb >t.. R*v. E. S. TIPPLE. D. D..
Pastor. l» :!i». sermon hy Dr. TIPPI.K. 7:45. Anniver
nary Sunday School Missionary SocUty. Address by Re\ .
Dr.* T. B. NEEIA".
ST. JOHN'S CHAPEL. Trinity Parish. Varlck-"»t.. be
low Caaatt. — Sunday services. 7:30. 10:30 a. m.. 7:30 p. m.
Seats free. »
ST. MARKS CHURCH. 10th xt. and 2d-ave.. R^v 1..
W. BATTEN. Ph. D.. Rector. — Holy Oommunton. I m, m.
Morning prayer and sermon c "Christ's Love For Man").
11 a. m. Children's service.. f» p. in.
ST. PAUL'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
West End-aye. and M>Ui-st.
Rev. GF.ORCK P. ECKMAN". Ph. D., Pastor.
rreachinpr by Pastor at 11 ft. ra. and S p. m.
Evening subject, "Saint Patrick, the Apostle of Ireland."
Prayer service. Wednesday evening. S o'clock.
pt. stkphrx's nirr:.-H. n.-^. i^: ij« w««t «.-;'•. -t .
Rev NATHAN A SKAQLE. Rector.— Services. S an-J 11
a. ni.. 4 and S p pi
ST. THOMAS'S CHVM "H ,Vh nve and S3d-at— Holy
r.immunmn at S o"clock. Morning prayer, nerm.m and"
Holy Communion at II o'ol.vk. EJ\rriir.- p ¦» • aad ser
m. n at 4 o'cUn-k. Right Rev. JOIIX PHILIP MO LOS
D C L.. Kishcp of Niagara. Panada, will preach In the
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, Madlson
«ve. and 20th-s!. — Sunday services. 10:45 a. m. and H
I*, in. Subjec*. to-morrow. "Matter." Sunday school. 12 m.
Wednenday evening meeting. S i.'. lock. Heading room* at
No. <><> :»th-ave.. ..pen daily. 1* a. m. to & p. m.. Tuesday
anil Friday ovenlns^ and Sunday afternoons.
SriRITCAu SCIENCE INSTITUTE. 331 West .".Tth-st.—
Immortality demonstrated Spirit communion. Materializa
tion < full forms). Sunday and Wednesday »venin?s. S
o'clock: Saturday!'. 1 Mn>. ST i:>l>Af:r» C.n.XY and son.
DE WITT C. HOUGH. Conferences dully.
BTMAMUUU »»• cordially lnvit«d to attend service.*
Seventh Avenue United pnabyterian Church ('above 12th
st.). momlnirs. 11: evening:-. S. All »-:at!i free. Com* t(v_
THE "OLD FIRST' CIHrROK.
STM-AVE.. urn TO 12TH st.
HOWAr»r>DT'FFIELT>. T>. r>.
11 a. m — "The weir of Bethlehem."
•» p. m. — -Th» Prodigal's Brother
UNIVERSITY PLACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
corner lf>rh-»t. Publia wor.-htp to-morrow, 11 a. m. and
$p- m. The Pastor. R«v. GEORGE ALEXANDER. I' P.
will pre.ich. Wednesday evening service at - oV.ock.
WEST B.Vl> Pi:' -HYTR-IA.N- CHURCH. Amstenjam
eve. «nd 105th-st. — Pastor. th- R«*i JOHN" B.U.ti'?.!
SHAW, r>. P.. will preach at 11 a. i,, »-. Bp. m. The
Assistant Minister, the R«v. MVWAV S. HOWLAND.
M i '¦" p. m. ... . ; .-. ._.,,•
WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CTTCRCH. ' West
ri J rt¥^~. P ™- h . lnl \k H a - »•• t>s- th* Tanor. JOHN
LLO* D LEE. D- D. Sublet, ••Prayer and Providence, or
When Should T Pray?" Amy service, with preaehtnir- " ?">
p. m., "Should . Christian l<m « Church Member?'"
WEST I'RF.-ir.VTFR! A \ CH'^RCnTl^r,, " ' *»-»
sth an.» «h ave*v— The I.- • Rev V> -,*>?
EVANS. D. D.. will preach at 11 a" m -."»* *
Midweek prayer meetings . en Wednesday a » ' *•«."•
are Invited. J ' ° '• °>- -Jotj
At Metropolitan Temple, ¦"tjp*
7»h-ave. and l»th-»r *
Dr. O!. ix rrRTIS. 11. Dr. UPHAII A
Cauncil Night Monday. Illustrate,! LeVture Tn~*
rrayer raectini; Wednesday. r> r O wlu x v -rt 3*3 ** s *?.
ISAAC ritAXKLI.V RUSSELL Friday ' Thv^.
Choir Concert To-Night,
assisted by I>r. CAt::. DUFFT M- F ftictt-,,
GILE> aid Miss ¦• SEVIEVB DAT ells^oP.T3
Collegiate Church of Nov.-Yark
Wm* Bnd-ave. ai-.i nt-.-st. '
Roy. Henry Evertson Cobb, MirjMts
w»l preach at 11 a. m. and <» p. m. '
•-•O'.h-st. and ath-avef
Rev. David Jas. Barrel 1, D.D. Minister
Rev. LEWIS R. sen,; ;:r M. D will Breach it irr
Subject: "Inasmuch.' Rev! EDWARD bcoA\*
I p. m. Subject: "Th.. Fall 0 ( Jericho." D " J -
4r-.h- i: . and Sth^veT^
Rev. Donald Sage Mackay, D.D.
win preach II a. m. and S p. m.
Mominj?. "General Harrlacn "
Eveains. "Th- Advantage of Disa.}van«a*« ••
Midweek meeting Wedn»?iJ2v S:ls p' Ii
Second— aye. and HSj at
REV. JOHN G. FAGG, Minister.
Rev. EDWARD NILES will preach 11 a. m. »i % p. _
Courlenay Hughes Fenn, W1 BTE
,^j u r SIEGE OF PEKIN?^ 33 '
ANNA PARK, Ccraetlst.
TRAINED CHORUS OP SO MEN. West Side T IT a>
A. Auditorium. ."i7th «. and Sth aye. Suaiar 4-ii iii
seats free. l. r men exclusively. ' Aa
DONALD MacDOUGAL,^;"'- «« th»
will speak. HARPER G. 3SITTH wili sing. aS
MAJOR PIPERS, ;.^S-^*
will play at M V* Ha a JWrin?. Harlem V Ji c i"
.-, Waal 10."ith-st.. Sun>iav. 1:15 p. m. Frts. - •«
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•Sails to> Ham'; ¦'. r»ct.
to EN'GUNT", IRELAND & SCOTLAND. to tS» L.Cp
of the MIDNIGHT SUN and to the BALTIC cmi tk»
principal cities of NORWAY. SWEDEN. KCSSU M
DENMAItK. by th- new yacht PRINZESSIN YICTCKU
LUISE and S. S. AUGUSTE VICTORIA. All appelßiajßai
strictly first class Attractive itineraries arraoSM. ISK
ther particulars on aPDlicatlcn to the _
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 37 FTVAT, X T.
HATTAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
Between San Krarclsco. Honolulu. Tokoha=a, Kab«,
Nagasaki. Shanghai. Hans Kcnsr.
Steamers leave San Francisco at 1 P. 3t
PEKING Mar. 23! CHINA - Ajr. 1.
GAELIC Mir. 30 DORIC -- -Mm. 9
HONC.KONO MARU.Apr. OI NIPPON MART. . . . . M . lT ,*
For freight, pasjnsw and general In'onratlcn apsiiy W»
S4l> Broadway, cr 1 Battsrs Place. TVashingtcn SSSSSBI
and 2"*7 Broadway.
Ini lmilwi All Expenses.
The, S. ft "Trinidad." leaving NVw TorS AsrU W, . wG
convey a party of Tourists to BERMTPA for a <ss|»
• - tllKhtful Island*, then at their best. 8 day*, aw.
13 days. $75. Next departure April 15. EASTrR HOLI
FIiORIDA—A Special Excursion for E-iSTER Hai»-
DATS. March 29. 11 days. $47. W. -¦ '
WASH IN' 3-day trip? Mar. 21. Apl. 4. «_
WASHINOTON and ? &-day trip. Mareaa*
i»!,t> POINT COMFORT. < '. s2r - 50 h—
Tickets for Individual Travellers rt«tT»SSSi
at lowest P-ates. ..f.
Til OS. COOK & SON. *
2<;i am! 11S3 Broadway, New York.
GDILQC BLWDRSII (LOS!S£
DAILY SERVICH. .
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Firt-moatS. ttuttl
Point and Newport N«w»_ Va.. WmnecttMt fnt Illll**
Richmcn.l. Virginia aUacta, V\astJii«-.cn. D. C. and en-»
S °FR l rirtHT "xd passe: ?TEAMKR3SAXft«
Pier 28. North RlT«r, foot of Beaoli St.. EVERT WEES
DAY AT 3P. m tLWLMXVaB%im ]&»«
IFCDQ 3 [P©rpS© [BQGBCDa
Steamships of th* RED "V URI »*:» sail tor SBS
Juan as follows: ' _ . _^_
S. S. CARACAS satnrtar ' !3rc l, « 222
S. S. PHIU\r>ELPIHA Saturday. AofU • coca
For is*;' or passage apply JJ
ISOt'L.TON. BUSS * OALLETT.
General Managers. 133 i'ront it.
T>KD D LINE.
Fcr La Guavra. Puerto Cabel!>\ Curacao and MaW
catbo, via Curacao— CaHln* also a: Porto Rico.
Fr. m Roberts Pier. Frooklyn.
S. S. CARACAS Saturday. March 23. I»ra
S. S. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. April &>»
These vessels have superior aeeonKaooatlona tar » m^
BOULTON. BUSS & PALLETT.
General S!anas?r«. 133 Front st
NEW YORK— SOUTHAMPTON— .
New- York. Mar. 20.10 a.m. Nrw-Y^rk.. April .¦ •* J
Vaderland.Mar. 27. 10a. m.< Vader!ari...\pril ••¦J?rr
St. Louis. April S. 10 a. m. ' -St. Louis. - .April -*. J»» =•
RED STAR LINE.
SEW YORK— ANTWERP— FARI3. —
Westemtand.ilar. It!. X a. m. : Xoertland Mar- -, ™J.
Kensington . . .Mar. 20. noou! Frlesland Vnrt l,3^^
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COiIPANi.
Pt«ra 14 and 13. N. K. o«ce, 73 Bt ¦*¦•* j
"pREXCH l.i \i:
COMPAONIE OENERALC TRANSATI^ASTWC*
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE— PARIS (Fraace»-
FatltDg every Thurs<!ay at li> A. XI. c .
From Plrr No. 45 North River. fcv>t •: ,rt,:r. St. tf
L.".\Q«.Mane ... Xfar. 21 La Oftaapasn* •?Bg
U Gasicosn* Mar. -> La Lcrrjini » At 3
La Bretatcne M - •:• 4 L» Gaaooifß*. ..A?-'"
¦n.-rat Agency. 32 Crcadway. New Tor.-w
V - CUXARD LINE.
"* * TO UTUVWL via queenst^* M
TTmbria Mar. M noon : Lucanla "¦ •- \...
•-anij)ania..Mar. 23. S A. SLlScrcta r .2 ?»
Etruria Mar. 3:>. noon Campaa'a Apr. 20. «-«-*-»
VERNOS H. BROWN A Cft. C.r-n. As»n:*
¦^> BROADWAT. NEW YORK.
A WHITE STAR LINE.
Majestic Mir ;>>. v" T*utcme a Sh wnoc»
Cymric ...Mar. 2A. 1.. A. M German! .• Apr 10. no—
Oceani.' Mar. noon : Majrsti ; Apr "M;»
I'or r^ssase. fr*t»ht ami jreneral information appjy ™
WHITE STAR LINE. _
Pier 4^. X^rth River. Office. » Broadway. - x '• _
•vrALLOUY STEAMSHIP LINES. _
X Fr»»m NVtr-Tork Wednesdays. Friday* a*i Painrl»*»
FOR TEXAS. ,:ok>:ia and "' Ll *¦»*-;*•— a*
STRAIGHT and ROI'ND TRIP TtckjM issued *^J
poinu in Texas. Colorado. Arizona. California. Xt*-~»
&c. <> (U Flortda. te. Delightful Excursions.
WiiM for our CO-pare "Pocket Guide *P*' lei i V.
C H. MALLORT i CO.. C?n. Asia.. Pier ». E. R-. j^J.
*^^ Nen,- Yortc-Rott-rdam via Boulosrae-ssr-Jlir.
Twin-screw S. S.. ;O..VH> tons. ST (-•\PAJ»-
Saturd»y. March I*. H> A. M. "V. r-.M
Twln-Serrw S. S.. 12.K00 ton*. rOTsE-*^
Saturday. >lgrch ;£. l'> A..M. w « til \ jr.
MAASDAM Saturday. March 30. 10 *•**
Apply to Qtß'l Passenger Agency. &} B'^ray. N '• _
pUROPE.-20 Summer. Personally Conduct**
Tours. *iV». upward, including all expen»es. JUKS*
& GIBSON. US Nassau St,. New-Tort.