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HfJ frjtff Mr- J --i''- - - -'''l''' " H aTaa
I. gH SUN UPTOWN OFFICE,
aW FKSaR " MBBROADWAT,
IWi J$' BH' ' 'v, NrSM St, Oapaslts Hotel Iaspsrtat.
Hff AMP AfVtEIITI8EMENT8 RECEIVED UNTIL IIP. M.
aR! l lfl JUisVat th fellowta. oReta vrttl K tka
m)t EC 4SM ft irr.'x. a. bet. so and th m, bditako j. h.
bbstC- I'? 'Ill rANMLT 1,M"' KEAR 80Tn " utaUAin'
saBOl 9',' i ffl n avb.. ijhw, B. oanx
BBbLC ffii' frill K JD AJ l.Ww. T. 76TH AKD 77T1I M.. ft AW,
BBV 1& $ SpA(4TOilrfl5MABKKT.BT.eiu'AHl)fTh
Ba 1 i ',!' an, rnoMAB r, martin
aHV i's ! f,tM J ' 't)AVB.,3,0M.RT.ll3raAND118THT, LAW.
BBBr" ffi.' Hi ( 1TH AVife, 1RJ.COR.U3TII BT..V. U. fflBfiHAM.
IK Jv Vj'llL'.V 8TB AVE, 704, AHDBBBON A CO.
IB'. JP 'i&.Ef ffr Mil AVE, 1,170. C0A72D ST.. HARTOOKKBI,
BBbV J- ff ' ' lJfllAT!l,Ll4a,MllAR718T&T..r,M0WEBNr.
1.1- 3 'H ITH Bt.B,W. 00k. BROADWAY, AiLEN ADVKR.
LsHl 1 'PiS . 'LBSOUB BIM 831. JttWBTTB ADVERTISING
,''1 I r9P f AOBN.7Y.
Bm ikm BOWEBr.ierKBABnKOOBKBT., A.WE1DMAN.
B ' r (CMC CANALiT. 17. JULIUS BI.UMBBRO.
Bl. 1 rttiV XlVj$IOpfBT,16T,JULtU8BLUMBRBO.
KC'" j Rul . , C1RANP8T., 640. BRNT GUARANTEE 00.
I j f j. 'COLUMBUS AV&.70 J. S.iloaLYN.
BbH' i.f I jfl1 BKOOUTN OFFICE.
bv ft v I ?tw f cr "
I'1- Bi IsTTM' , 'AtLAXHO ATR,87T,J. 0. DATIDOT.
SsB'r. ('(ILIt S SKWORD AVE., 1,240, MOORE ADIERTISINO EI-
Bt ' Sirm -Iboadwat. loo. moobb AorERnsmo ex-
BIi) F'JI'rrR) -' OOURTST, OS, MOORE ADTBRnSINOSIOIIANOE.
BS 'P S lII? 19 it t4' UU0KB AD KRII8I.NO KI-
&A l'r litpS1! f FULtoif , 8T, 897. BROOKLTN ADVEnTBINQ
BYr lff lfi AOBBCT.
Bf, .. mA.KA f.ArATRTn! AVE, 1,11(1. 1.AWSOMACO.
Bl'1 ' ' MYRTf.RAVE.l,Kin, NKAK BROADWAY. F.ROTnB.
B4 l'S I KlIlS MMTBABDAVE..834, L. OU.N.NUIIAB.
LK'A !' i-'fll '" ''' ' ,M- SIAND CITT.
HA ! 1'Kiwl BOBDBW A-K7 B (Teltphon Cll, 60 Gmnpolnt),
B' ! k.S'ir forniir. daviuJn. J
H'). r' T'if ' " nOBOKEX,
BV 5 II 111 r 'WABBIBOTOif RT..101.J. I.ICHTKSSTBtN.
H'v I 'I'wfl f WAMIWUTOI8T170 OTTO L. RKITMKVF.B,
B'l) P B? 9tl A BTIVICIAI. FL0WER8 -Wanted, a lint cUu. f
BKCr i rl K !'fi ? A'mrlenuil dMlraer J Urga importing hnnia.
' ' iiiVJiU KtASrpoltlon ami good lrr. Addrto IMl-ORTER.
Yi 3 iBiDf ' hoxU2. Bun ottlce. Communlctlom airicily conn-
mf Uatimfr
Blv!' I Kffiil ' A'B'BBNTICF.S warned to lrn ilrcm cutting, lltttnr.
BaVr I v Hv tM ? i- &Q maktoff: merchant taltora' aquaro meaaura
m'. I -(," TFI Matin anlr,
l f M ipfe Mm 'TONE. ICO 8th av-between 11th ana lath ata.
aB ' W.. X nil' J y ' At A. A Expertenced operator! on children'a
n S' nil v J tlreMn: itendr worn; Kuod pay: work alio gWen
BB ' i Lb'-'i U 5n uat to reipomlhl partlea.
if , jjjj ft jj) r v yL.WOLOMONC0.69 0mnilat,
BVi H k j'i A nTiriCIAL tXOWKItH -Wanted at once, roaj
BW'' M & ill A maiera. BbTTISU A MAZUB. 37 Weit 4th at,
Bg j "ARTIFICIAL ILOnERH.-Oood pecker wanted;
; m' 'I A ateadr work, LEHMAN BROS . Bond it.
''j, mi ,j j TJLA.NK BOOB SEWER who ondentanda making np
Bs!l '' ' ' l '?OBBB MABUFACTIRiyQ rp .110-113 Fifth IT.
Hi ' H' J'i- DK AOWORK Experienced handi wanted on plquete.
BVi ' Wirt, I ' "ijlJkKli BOOK SEHEK wanted. 4d Mley at., top
j ' Q . 'I J floor.
BX Ml il "aHoMTOBlTOBR (female) wanted. Apply at 171 Mac-
Bj-f fr ' I ' V - dongal it . -Si-w crk.
BV'. k S f : II '' tiOUBRR wanted
Bj V 3B I ' '" J"' VALENTINE. 31 and 33 B nomton at.
H,l I'll l I "ciEKDEB wanted on feint 11m doublerallng machine.
g SB ' 5 I Jy Call at L'ff BeeLman t.
B't ' 1 ' i I AMTBhSB-Man and wife without children; refer-
aH IQ I, K el encea. Addrcra
B ft I J- ' KLF1:-f'7 Forerth it . room 3.
Hi' 5 ': ' APEBATUBH WANTED ON INFANT
BS t gE til CLOAKS: hlKb prtcee paid, well lighted and well
LBB1 ffR ' ill ventilated rooma: tea furnished free at noon; ateam
Bm;j jjj, 9 iwwer. DAVID hTKHN a CO, 70 and 7 J Oreene at.
BY- f ! ' 111 i-PBBATOBH Experienced Willcox A Ulhba opiratora
aUB ! &i r 'il " on Infante' long and ahort dreaiea, good pay to ex
LHH h I S iierienctd hand Apply In atora floor.
B l' ft ' lill J. BTBTT11E1MER. Jr.. A CO . 99 Oreene it.
Ba B if , CHIRT OPERATORB an Wheeler A Wllion No 3 ma-
BM i H i nfil O cfatnei; ateam power: best prices; steady worK.
Bs' K ' Si T CLA11K FLAUU. 28J Mercerat.
BY; ' X l CTBiA.'WUOOUH.-Kxperienced operators wanted
Ik Ifr' ajnnW. A O atraw sewing machine
Bt ' m .'' Ate, LEWIS ACQ.. cor. Ilouiton and Oreim.
ssli i fi I V TJITANTRD Blngle woman as night order cook! one
aH wf St vT who has cooked in restaurant; aober; alicp whin
Ba'1 Se SI ' ahewirrka. 1W 8th av , near 14tn at.-
LH- M& e?it ' UDANTBD kamale baaron on white vesti: good
Ba . j6 l fi I F WVsim, ateady work. N. T. M'FQ CO.. 23 Spring at.
k ,K' it r A OIBL for general honaawnrk: come at once; bring
Bmr W,Y II references. Address W. ELLBR. 173 West Both St.
His S',1!"' m I-, k sOHAXBEBMAID and waltresa, this morning; personal
BV,- KJ!,!iH B C reference required, loa est 38ih t.
BTT ft Ulilir l" gWOOK Wanted, Protestant girl to cook, -aaab and
' 'I ft t ( ; a'lroni city reference required. Apply, 9 to 12 at
aaaV M ft; KV " 1B" "
1 i f ( it atOOK. Wantea. young girt as good plain cook And
H ' ''Ail H i. "- lanndrsss and assist upstairs. Call at 157 West
aaak fvll Brl ' -
lH.r'' iuF f f f , AfsooK. Wanted, a good girl to cook, wash, and Iron
BflA' Mb - & J V In small family. 430 West 24th su
HE B I . sppoK-8trong girl to cook and assUt with general
Hi V HI L' f V-Boiuiwork. 804 Bast H2d at.
Hf H & P I , jfS bL f or genersl housework: must he good plain
BVt Hrf) I anarUundress, private family. 475 W. 32dat.
HfJ JB'', Fj I ff 'iniBi for general housework and mind children.
H(r fH t 8 f y1 Mrs. LEVY. 670 Bth ar.
Hb H p 1. k ".OlRLabonlGorltlyesMot age to assist Janitrcsi.
HvA Bl I f ."JT.Call at 78 Bast 1 13ih at.
lH';A H " ? UOU8EWORK. Competent Herman or colored girl
sBf H c JavBifori-eairalhouseiiork: must have city personal
sHr! Wk ' $ 't. Veterencee: no others need apply. 153 West 00th st,
H ' I " L 4 .bawment door. 10 until 13.
BB? IS I ' ."TJOUKBWORK.-a strong, active girl for general
sH 'H ". 'XXihesMwork and rooking: Oerman or Swede prefer-
Hjl S 'i i' 1 V gidj good wages to right party. Call 211 Welt 84th at.
HA 1 ' ,' XfOUSBWOBK.-Wanted. a neat girl for general
Ba? ,K ts . Mm. housework; references.
" H, I V ..; r FLEMINO, 101 West 70th It.
lH-1 PS if I i TJOUSKWORK W anted, a respectable, atrongglrl to
H i fn 1 Jta do plain cooking, washing end ironing In a prU&te
HV K ' Ik'1 3BngUsb family. 154 West With it.
B'1 M i "fVpOSEWORK Wanted, girl for general housework;
aB(2 IE ft ' n American family. Apply, with telerence, 310
BSf 9 3 j 'Telt47thst.. haiement.
HbK S I I '-U0U8HWOHK Wanted a girl ror general house-
BS' i; .fliwnrk. Mrs. WM. WbMSE.NROTll, J Oil East 10th
i ffi , J I f atw pear 84 av.
HiJ M lli YTol;,iBORK.-A girl for general housework In flat;
Mi U : P ' a In ramily; sleep home, references. 008 8th av,
Hb IB f f t": goyond belt
Hi. ' S f v fjruUtEWOI(K.-llrl from 1A to make herself useful
HB-f- ; S I BAtn American fumlly: 84 month. J04 Weitasth at.
BT fid ' "JOL'HEORK.-Glrl to do general housework. SiB
HBCi U ', 3( 5 Jnl Wist 83d it,
H;' II f TlDDLE-AnEDOREXPl.ItlhNrED ami. forboote-
kkmrte. S f ATA work: good wageifr one with good reference!
BWV " 1 ' i ' .''t ' W.T.HTEW ART. 33M West 47th St.. city.
F ; 'f I i TklltBSB. Airman girl. 14 to 18. to mind children and
sKl Jfl ' lf;E! A.mak biriclf useful: wages. 85 tn$H per month.
B li ml i,,u ' hi.esjii.so. 137 westeothst.
ssH TH H iiiili ( 'VTORBB-'Waiiled, oung girl to mind children mend.
HB't? I ' If I! A J7jand mate herself generally moful 70 West 701h st.
HBV I II ' -'rVIDRJtE. Wsnted7a"nlCf alrl as nurse and seamstress
Bw-' 9 ifli iado on child 430West24thst.
B I iff f '2rB0N0 nEALTIIV WOMAN, rpesklng Herman, as
LBa I ,' Ti SJalct nurse in the Women's InBrmary, 247 IY. 4thit,
tl i ill . ,- ' CMABT OIRI. for general housework: good plain cook
Bm; 1 f SI Ctand laundress. Apply 4i1Q West 43d st.
K! a III , V (CmoKO nlRLtii keep store cleau aud du plain cook-
' B .1 tJIJg..Botltltar. "
Bv1 J ill f ' XV ANTED A girl to tn genernt housework In flat;
i' ,fK . imall family; must uuderstatnl cooking; good
HBJ " fj A ?f!: II.OKK.SCIIBU74I Blhav.
BEfli i lill ' ' "WABTBD Otrl for conking washlnir. and general
aVI C ill T BY hoUHWork; imall family In riat. Inquire at
BB j I , SI . .-J KITZINaEK'H. O-M'"' " 'U
K.V' . t 51 1 , 'Blr.ASTEl A slrl for censralbou.ework; iiiint corns
sV lt m Tr, at onei bring leferences. Adilres
Bmr-r j i Sl , - . i. kllei i73WestMthst.
BS I ) fft ' ' Vl7ANTED-01rI ror general noillewiirl. In Slnllli?im-
Bl . . " Or. Apply. Willi references, UU Itnst.ijilrd at.,
IBM?? it i '1 ' lUaflBI av.. WOI.FEKSTE1N. '
BBft'ij ' ; - 'J j -' TUT ANTED A neat girl for general housework; must
aW.'!- itM ' 5v, ' bi a good plain cook, uasbcrund Ironer; city ref-
BB jjj v jirinei. 38 West 25th st. !
LBflfj''' itli , ' i 1 UTANTBD Two neat colored girls: one ns cook and
.',, Til, . I laiiiidress.vthrrvhauibernorkanil warning. 'M
LB' 'til 11 "J,""' nrar47tli st
LB'l ' 'M K 1VANTKU-A French niiree fur ncliil.l Iltriarsold;
HHul JH v aiwVrtt ul) h,,f,rellc" Ca"' rruui 10 '' ' 0-l-lu-k.
BBt i'V J &' VlVA'iTED-tA "", l'l f"rireneralhourwork An"
BBttlBy i ilf ',1' ""h liF rererence, bolw.ou II aud 12, it
H Hi lilt tvL SUA. 1-aSt 4VI& St.
LHB.''HJa I Il l r, "'OjrirJTED for gsnernl tinnsrwork. a girl with good
kUJ;;- d '- U. Ytcit 2th t " Amt"cu "ruf tbr m
'.1' HI ' 5& 'lANTED-A clean, mlddlo-sged woman for general
BBfiBfiTl II ?: 1 houaiwork; uualltamily. Apply 402 Bast 23d .
HBrKC III 4 i BAkitY'
HK'Hl?'' B 3L 1ST ' lk,r4NTr'nAt""""' Herman or hordlsii old ror Hunt
BSH'L U f 0 'Yt toukiwork and mind children 4.11 Park av, tup
HHkH'.' ,1 $ U ANTUH-Yoniig girl as cook, tu assist with waslilng
BBS J 3 Iff1 yfr. inVl Ironing; Jirlngcily reference 240E. I2tli s.
HHii -'mfl 1 .'til ANTED A ynutigvlrl to help with ho'isetroik loa
HBj'HF-. 1T ' Tf , snlall fainll 1 ring I.elU 210 Cllntnu st . city.
BsattVan .'afc! ilHTAhTEP A gn.i1 girl ror housework, one who Is
BtBf BKfe ,?YY.rUliPandohllgtiig. wsgrsilO. 7fA nth av
HJHS ' K'V'. ,'UfABTBP A girl or'wontiirror general housework
BS7 . iWTtie Beat nMh siM second floor. f
BnVLlK - mTi' t'"A6uxa OIRL ror llthT housework nd mind chit-
MH,) M. I i.,i;,.rei); ilup horn. DB VKRIC Itt-I est 4lh it.
BHl'-l ''AOT";0nfV!VcMVl?78WM.l.,.t.
aaBaafSl' : 't "SSimfutmmxi. w m ..
H' IBw ' lp tjjj 510MrX)ITORB wanted on law work. ,
BB'BT'I " ' M U.U.BUBUOYNE. 148 Centrist.
HB)bI'(v1 ' 1. " yl)lTKB wsntsd on bherldsu auto coltsr. 8 West
BvVBV(f' I W a V atu t. Bth floor
HHtHf!i'l M, VlORAVERH - rlrsicls.s lonperpisie irrlpt n
BHrHI'ir V tl graven. TIFFANY A CO, Union squsre. 15th at
A B ft. I t$ -f w
HHrtHl.H I kii'i Yf ABNBbS -Bench baud: also a JoMxr Apply alter
BjKH? ; I 1; K Jul II'. M. JORDAN BHQ8 ma Fnilon it.. Brooklyn.
HHfHr.W I ( W&j 'fl OB' COHroiTOB -First-class man wanted at
HHUM.Y I ' f"' ' ' O. O. BUBO0YNK'B.148Cintrls.
BBBV?t E Wk , "'III TAL TWIBkB-Exp.rienced man.
BjBf I ; , ii - i :'V. b. btIuuiam a co, m cibwhi.
Hl "jPiCal r LftSf e'r' " 4'
BWjiSH' $ , , J
BBHal(KMMK4i:' 4W:;:;;:
PKABL BUTTONit-Egperleneia tornsrs and cutter!
wanted; steady work to good hinda
F. J. KALPEKBBRO CO, 111 to 239 Bait 83d it.
PBINTEBB.-Dlstrtbntort roung. mmiMl etlady to
right man. Address rERMABNT. r. O. bog 2.V80.
PLATE PltlNTbB wanled on widdlng card work; D
press. B. J. NEWIOK A CO, 09 Fallon St. city.
PAPER B0XE8 -Expsriinojocntter fti Clark's ma
chins. C.MBBEER,146Pusnest.
IITA.NTKD.-Klperlenced wood-working machlni
YY bands on all kinds of machines: men med to car
work preferred: come ready for work. Apply at the
I.BWIB A FOWLER MANFu OO.'S car shops, sindf ord
it. nesr Flashing av- Brooklyn,
WANTBD-A strong boy, 16 years of age. to team
the trad of a lapidary; cons.ntof parents ntcci.
aryi wages to begin 4psr week. Addreis
TRADE, bog 1H3. Bun Qfflc.
iyANIED-A first class trlmmsr on general repairs.
LytYKH A WILSON. 872 Broom it. New York.
WANTBD-A good furnace mam oni that can taki
measures and work from plana
UEO. M. MUnl'llV, 48 yew Chsmbsts it.
WANTED A good fireman horseshoert union man
onlyi one accnttomed to heavy work; steady
)ob. CaltaU week. 181 Front it. Brooklyn.
WANTED-Flrst-class picture frame gilders
THOU A Willi t'BT A SON. 64 B. 18th It.
W' ANTRP-Blank book binder.
DAVIS A F1TZOEBALD. 24 Liberty st.
in COMPOSITORS and flrst-clasi Jobbers; also lady
Ivr compositor. LA.NOE. cor Spring and Bowery.
AOENTfl.-If yon want to handle something that
everybody wants call on me for free pooket sam
pie; big returns. A. TANOL'ERBY. 03 w. 14th st . oily.
AOENTS-83 to 87 dslly; experience nnneceesaryl
exclusive terrltorv. .
PUTNAM A CO . Perfumers, West Wlnsted. Conn.
B WANTED, salesmen on salary or commission to
e handle the new Patent Chemical Ink braslng Pen
cil: thegreatest selling novelty ecr produced; erases
Ink thoroughly In two seconds: no abrasion of paper:
200 to WO per cent, prom: one agent's sales amounted
to 1820 In six days: another (32 In two hours: we
want one geurral agent ror each Htato and Territory.
ror terms and full particulars address
TUB M (J.N Rot ERASER MFO. CO .
La Crosse. Wis.
COLLFCTOBS. 815; bookkeepers. 815, 8J8; Itock.
nipping, entry, grocery, dry gooda clerks, 81 J;
correspondents. tl: stenographers, 81H; watchmen,
818: drivers. 813: porters packers, useful men. 813;
engineers. $18: firemen, $15, waiters. $8; cooks, W:
cashiers, $40; machinists, $15, aud men of every class
quickly procure einp'oyment throatb this system.
Sew York Osteite ofllce. 750 Broadway, corner Bid, at.
COACHMAN gardener, farm hands, man and wife,
rarm foreman, married gardener, and men lately
landed wanted at CARPENTER 8. 108 Uth av.
MPLolMENT OF ALL KINDS procured for men
and htlp furnished free to i-inploj era.
rfETROPULITAN AOBSCY. 710 Broadway.
MEN WANTED for cattle steamers to London and
Liverpool, til work for free passage, 04 Ureen
wlchst. OFUCK BOY. Bright and Intelligent office boy. IS or
10 ears of age: one who resides with his parents
only, and one who can furnish excellent references;
wages $31 Address PROMPT, box 101, Sun up-town
ofllce. 1.285 Broadway.
OOR FAMILIES, with children, having work or
friends to no to In the West, will be assisted by the
Ihlldren'eAlif Society, 24 St. Mark's place (hast 8th
st ); also good homes provided xordeserUdunddeslltut
to and girls.
STRONO BOY wanted to carry parcels; wages $4;
well recommended Address
PICTLRE FRAMbS. box 102. Snn offlge.
H O MEN of good address, about 30, to collect; lew
my required. PS Montgomery St.. Jersey City,
WANTED First-class realestatesalesman: will pay
$3,000 for right man. Address J, box 187, Sua
office.
nf RAILROAD LARORERS: new road; central New
vf York: $1.2'Sperilay; rare advanced; start Jan. 28,
BP.M MAYEB a COPFOCK. 10 Ureenwlch St.
jSitiurtiortj 'Sa'Htttffl rfnnalw.
DRESRMAKINO. Yonng woman would do any kind
or sewing at home. 104 W est 9uth it, (Slmpion'g
bell);
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER: first class refer
ences, $1.75 per day. Miss LIN.NIiR, 20 E. 21st st.
GENTS AND FAMILY WAB!HNo7"T6c.pr dozen;
open air drying. Mrs JOIINbON. 128 West 30th st.
HOUSEWORK By a neat, ttdy girl, first-class refer
ences, good cook, washer, and Ironer: willing and
obliging; moderate wages; city or conntry. Call 272
Sixth av near 17th st.
HOUSEWORK Neat, clean. Herman 1'rotestsnt: 2
years' reference; cook and laundress or general
housework; city or country. 119 Eastlthit., near
Fourth av.
RESPECTARLE young woman having aome experi
ence, wuutd like the care of bachelor's apartments;
nice cook and laundress; best city references
M. T 45. 1.238 Broadway.
ititnUons at'anttrt Jttalw.
A YOUNG IRISHMAN, well recommended, wonld like
to learn bartending, or a position at anything.
T.o.box l'-O, bun up-town ofllce, 1,285 Broadway.
LANK BOOB BIN DERS A first clan forwarder
wants position; capabu of taking charge, or would
like to connect himself with stationery houii in praeti-
cat way. Address O . box 208, bun ottlce.
BOOKKEEPER or assistant desires position; mod
erate salary; good references.
D.J. COTTER, box 8. 758 Broadway
BY AN EXPERIENCED hotel clerk and bookkeeper;
nferences. Address B . box 1 91. Snn ofllce.
COMPOSITOB Young man. seven years' experience,
wanta situation. Address
QBOLIEB. box 21C Sun office.
DRIVER OB STABLEMAN desires position; nrst-clais
references; moderate wages. r
D. J. COTTER. Prix 8. 768 Broadway.
OFFICE ASSISTANT, entry, stock, or shipping, desires
position; Al references; moderate wages.
P. J. COTTER. 7511 Broadway, boi 8.
POLISH MAN desires position; good worker on chil
dren's clothing. Address
JACOB ZKOLUCH. 34 Chrystle it. room 11.
PBOOF READER wishes a situation.
C. T. V.. 7 Washington place. Kiw York.
USEFUL MAN for gentleman's place; care for horse,
garden, and cow; moderate wagea Ad-lrcsi
D. J. CUTTMt, 750 Broadway, box 1.
WANTED-Uy an Intelligent young man, with the
best possible recommendations, a position in a
clerical capacity. Address F. IL C, box 120, Sun up
town ofllce. 1.285 Broadway.
WATCHMAN, porter, or useful man, Al references,
desires position; moderate wages Address
P. J. COTTER, box 4. 758 Broadway,
YOUMI MAN, 13 Tears' reference, would like some
responsible position or lanltnr s place. Call or ad
dresa J. F care of II. P. Nichols A Co., 1,50 Broadway.
YOUNO Oe"rMA.N'. doctoTof phllosoph), speaks CeP
man and French, music, wants a position In a fam
ily. It. M, box 20U, Hun ofllce.
HUDSON COUNTY JOCKEY CLCB.lSrTnBergen?N!
J Racing every day. rain or shine. First race at
2 P. M. Boats trom Uarcla, Jay, Christopher, 14th, and
42d its , connecting with cars direct to tract,
M WHITEHEAD. Secretary.
StMUfftmcitt.
METROPOLITAN OPURA HOUSE. GRAND OPERA.
Under the direction of llefsri. Abbey A Uraa.
Mtday. Jan. 2U. Meverbeer'a opera. "DlNORAH"
Viues van Zandt. Ida Klein, and U, Ravogtl, Messrs,
atauinl. Vivlanl, and Lassalle,
SATURDAY MATINEE. JAN. SO. "AIDA." Mmes.Leh
maou. Havovll. and De Reszke Bros.
Feb 1, "FAl-'HT,"
Wednesday, reb. 8. "NORMA."
Frlda). ten. 6. REVIVAL OF "LCCBEZIA BOBfllA."
PROCTOR'S THEATRE. THEk0.8
CHARLES FROHMA.VM CO T ftCTl Mats 2.
IN HENRY C. DK MILLE'S HIT. liUOl 100th
AT MATINEES PARA Perf.
SATURDAY and WEDNESDAY. ArAHA- Jtb 2
Special Prices and Children Half nTQl? Sou-
1'rli e. Immense Souvenir Fob. 2. AAOJO. venir.
VTBT.ll'iS SECOND AND I.AST WEEK.
SH IDLlV O. 25c . 35c . 50c . 75C. $1
LAhT MAT, HUYLPR'H roll THE LADIES
IiAT AT i CANDIES AND CHILDREN'.
0.R,JiA,N.!J,,;L,.TTnR. I EVANGELINK
Neat Wtek-A BUNCH OF KEYS.
afOLUXinLSTHEATBH. tie.M 18, Mats .Wed . Sat.,2.
BARRY AZffD TAX
In McKONA'N Kl.lltTATION,
SUNDAY. JAN 31. (1HA.ND flftHCWW
Next week-TUESOl) DAN. lyUAYlJiHil.
Who 7 COL ROBERT 6. IN6ERS0LL
WMM And Mr MONCURE P. CONWAY.
A The anniversary or Thomas Paine,
MtllOn ? triday evening. Jan 29, at 8,
ww organ at 7 ;K)
'TBT 1.oa O Ch'ekerlng Hall (Tlcketi then)
WtlQTO I lleserved 4eats. 5oo. and $1.
HERRMANN'S THEATRE, Rniadway and 2Wth st.
EieiilngiB 30. Matinee Haturday at i in.
ft'.M.iM I THE JUNIOR
PAXUftW11- I PARTNER!
GARDEN THEATRE, gWr-fe
LAST 3 ; LILLIAN I ' RUSSELL " '. I 1 01011 C
WEEKS - 'unA loj,wue co. : in liuall.
PEOPLE'S Mr. UI.NRY C. MINER, Proprietor,
i;i i ii; i:u.si.t:K i sfexi
NetWeek-MIt BARNES OF NEW I OltK.
GRAM) OPKKA IIOL'Sf,
Reserved Heats, Orchestra Circle and Balcony, 50n.
"wAtfifrViS1' THE STOWAWAY.
Next Week Kiinny laciiprt hi Ct.op.ur-L
nRAM) OFEKA IIOUSiX NEXT BUNDAV.
CROMWELL. XWrJM
Admission. 35o. Beserved seats. 25c, eatra. '
H. R. JACOBS' THEATRE. ' 21WJ.,.
Thl,r.-.".ndnbi,. I "ltf.WAl&la"'
Nelt Week-TIIB FAST MA1I. '
IIARLEw OIMMIA HOUSE Eve.. H 15. Mat . Bat 2
1 FANNY RICE MA SURPRISE.
Nesl t.k-IIALIJtN AND HART In LATER ON.
WINDIIII TlltATRE. 45 and 47 Bowert.
Vtvuderliil thrilling and extillug.
lllli I.IMIThD MAIU
Next weet-NATI RAi. 1AS
A" 'MBEROS THEATRE pilarkany In L'Etrangerfc"
Friday (Orsj time), the musical French comedy,
FIH." "yiFI." "FIFL"
i
Mt1l-lJs.
PAOEREWSKI.
Thi Ninth Reeltit will Uk plica " JAtfff J,,1-;
Jan. 2S, at 8 IB, at the Madison Square concert nan on
2FR(5ilRAMMBt I1AKNDKL, Varlstloni. BACH. Olgo.
M02AI TTBoSoa BFETJIOTRN, Sonata no, J, No 8.
itRvnir QMfiiiN Prclad. Ktudtt. CIioriN, Mua,
NrSn"prVtwje;EW
I.EBOIIF.TIK. Jlenoetto ,0lll00lc7VK.M,ii
Maturka rADEBEWSKl. Legend. I.ISZT. I olonalse.
The Tenth Becltal "t!ji '!.? ,". ggiA j,.-'.
noon. Jan. 29. at 2. 80 allhiiamehtll. 'J,?,?-'!..?!1
ciMii-urnTtiVyT Serenade CHOPIN, i-onata R flat
mlnoWDKRrVsKTM.Iodl.. TAUA-
BiWiWlSWw- Co . 28 Onion iqnari.
radsriwskl's 11th Tlano Recital In Bw.Vor' : will
Uk place on Saturday alternoon. Jan. 80. at 2i80,at
the Music HalLTthav. and5ilhit
2f0wlng to the unprecedented demand for lilts
forTaderew.ki Saturday Matinee, and for the aceom
notation of lady patrons, a limited number of chair,
will be placed On the stage of Ihe Mnslo ItalL which
wlii resirt ed at Two ($2.t)0) Dollars each and told to
ladles exclusive!) ). at 1!. Bchubertb A to only.
HTEINWAY A- HONtS' PIANOS TJSEB.
The public is re.'ii.clf ully informed thai the renrganlied
MOZART CLUB
J. ELI-rR, o"oF?TFRLE. C. nCINECKE.
F BKRNllARDI. O. 1'IEPfcB, " O 1. KAOEH,
will give a series of Chamber Mnslc Soirees
On Saturday evenings. Jn.8J Feb .27 .and Mnreh 36.
MN-.f.'IISSl.a V&X&tf FFaVfUN
(her first epjpearance In New York).
SCHERZO FROM QUTMTBT Yi.
OCTI.T (first time) ."..',i..f
(ror Hute, Oboe. 2 Clarinets, 2 Bassoons, and 2 ui,'ri"
hingle Admission. $1 (XX Tickets for 0 bflrees $2.50.
Tu be had at Chlclcrlng'a. Schubcrth'i. and Bteinway a
MU8I0 HALL. B7thst.and7th av.
NEXT SUNDAY EYO. JAN. 31, AT 8:15.
saaaeawasawassaBaja. Symphony Orchestra of New York.
C iIhm Miss LILLIAN RUSSELU Sopr..
Minnay Mri JIJLES HUS( Vl0lln
iConcerlshihV'Ksjs
Molln Concerto Mr. JULES TONUS
and BRILLIANT ORCHESTRA SELECTIONS.
Reats26. 50. 75cts , and $1. Bo-ei (tor eixi $8, now at
Musio Hall box ofllce leading hotels pollen Company,
1 8 W est 23.1 st . and Schuberth's. 23 Union square.
GERMAN CHARITY BALL
FEBRUARY 4. 1892.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE.
GRAND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT
of the Two Combined Orchestras (130 Musicians) before
the opening of the ball.
1, Centennial March ...Warner
2. Fackeltana Miyerbeer
U. Taunhauier March Wagner
CONDUCTED BY
ANTON SEIDJU
RICHARD ARNOLD Coneert-melster
rcxoxawvmt a.
Far Mala att
Orrsaan Uederkrana, )
Arlnn. . Clatb Houses.
neethovra Macnnerchor, )
Blctropoll'aa Itpejrat Uonic.
BOADWAY THEATRE, cor. 41st st
Manager Mr. Frank W. Banger
Handsomest and Safest Theatre In the World.
FRANCIS the LION
WILSON TAMER.
AND COMPANY.
CROWDED ALL THE TIME.
Evenings at 8: Matinee Batnrday at 2.
BOTT-S MADISON SQUARE THEATRE.
110YT A THOMAS solo Managers
Evenings at 8 30. Saturday Matinee 2.
81ST TO UTTH CONSEt'IITIVE PER.
r'OKMANCE IIOYTH
A TRIP TO CHIKA'IOWN.
ON THE CREST WAVE OF TREMENDOUS SUCCESS.
100th Performance. Souvenir Night. Friday. Feb. 12.
beat, on Wale Wlxly Payn In Advaace.
STANDARD THEATRE, J. M. HILL. M6R.
(ran del house every nlgkt.
THEOPKRA'lIC COMEBY NEN8ATION,
MISS HELYETT.
IMt three Teek. fiv'nirti. 81C: matinee Pat
FRIDAY KNKMNG.PIM Kit SQUKS!KS. 100TH TIME.
MATINEE TO.BAT. -"'-
Hin I lilbt this season of
JAMES T. POWERS
and the greatest comedians on earth In
A. STRAIGHT TXP
AT THE "DA PIT THEATRE,
KKW JTAXVIV BROADWAY AND 35TTI IT.
UNION hCJUAItK THEATRE.
The Master Minds of Mirth and Melody,
MONROE'S CELEBRITIES,
HEADED BY
GEORGE W. MONROE,
AUNT BRIDGET'S BABY.
Evenings 8 18 Mats. Wed and Sat
Next Wtek-.MABK MURPHY InO DOWD'8 MilOHBOBa
DALY'S Tlil'.ATRK, Every night at 8-10.
1 The ever popular comedy of
NANCY itia
NANCY Miss Behan. Mrs Gilbert, Miss
Irving, Mr. lwls. Mr. Drew,
As C O. flresbam.Ao.
MATINEKH AT .
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
In rehearsal, an Entirely New comedy adapted by
Mr. Daly, and entitled "LOVE IN TANDEM."
PALMER'S TllbATRu Broadway and 30th st.
Mr.A.M PALMER Sole Lessee and Manager
Evenings at 8 15 Saturday Matinee at 2
T.AOT OF SIR CHARLES VOUNU'S
JJiJLOX GREAT DRAMA
nights I JIM THE PENMAN.
.Wed Feb 3-TIIK BROKEN SEAL, u new and
powerful play by Sydney (Irundy.
STAR THEATRE I E FMNflSSlir,.
OJLJ3-IVI B'WAY A 13TII ST. I SATURDAY MAT. 2.
ivm. n.
CRAJSFE2
lNrllENbW t'OMlO PLAY.
iou ,tioi;v.
By Claw M. Oreene. and Angpatns Tkoisss,
SEATS SECURED rOUR WEEKS IN AD ANCE.
LYCEUM THEATRE 4th av. and 23d It.
DANIEL HIOII.MAN- Manager
Will prove one of thegreatest of the Lyceum suc
cesses." Telegram, "Ought to attract etery one "
Timis. rQUIRE KATE.
HgillKl1. KATE.
HOL'IHS. KATK.
K-VIKE KATE.
AT 8 15. MATINEE TO-DAY (TIJURSDAY) AT 2.
Monday at 3, Mrs. Sarah Cow ell Le Moyne,
I , AT. T tVi V PLA1 Ac CIK lies
f. a. JEIFKB-ON. KI.AW A- K.
LAMiER'M
COUNTRY CIRCUS. "jK&Jtf
AIIKOl.l ThI.Y Till: OREATtST INDOOR ENTER
TAINMIHT I.N THE WORLD. Leon Morris First
Puny Ret eptlon to-morrow (Friday) afiemoon. Jan
2li. Children with matinee tHLris admitted free.
HARRIGAN'S THEATRE.
M.r.HA.NLE) iManager
Crowdetl nlghtlyto witness
MR EDWARD IIARRIllANM NEW LOCAL PLAY.
THE LAST OF THE HOGANS.
SIX NEW HONGM BY DAVE HBAHAM.
W edncida Matinees t-aturday.
DEN ML'SEE, 2JD ST, NEAR BBOADWAY:
Open 11 to 11. Admission nOc.
THE WORLD ZW WAX
NEW FHIURES AND I1ROUPS CONSTANTLY ADDED.
Concerts Aflernoon and Evening by
MUNCZ) LAJOSH HUNGARIAN ORCHESTRA.
To night, with Wed and sat. Matinus,
In New BllVIa dkl.'I'A "Lu Cocoon,"
"Problem..." B'M'jsrn.BJ Uj B :. y,b- lt
C1ARI.NO BROADWAY AND ROTH ST.
l-'w nines at 8.1.". Matinee bulunlay at S.
THE EVER POPULAR
NANON.
Pretente.l by MARIE TLMI'hsT and a great cast.
Admission. M tents Peats on sale one month ahead.
.'Children admitted at half price at mutinies. V
.Moildil), rcl. IV- ' UNCLE CELhSTI.N,"
I)AI,EMTINE I'OaiUAN'DKKV.
KbCEPIION AND BAI L.
MFTROPOI ITAN lll'FRA IIOl'SH.
(IIUKM I.M.MM1 JAN. 2H.
rlcirls '.
Olitained trom members
and all leading linlels
Revert ril Seule and Boxes
At Ashland lluusi. ,il54lliiil.
BIJOU fllEAlRE. iT'way, nesrlwth st.
Nllbts 8 15 Mstinecs Mrd, and Sat.
IStSSIOIL'S CONEWIAKM.
Autl America's tireatenl Danrrr, AMKLIA Ul.OM'.R.
In the tllorlniiwlr runny
ivi:v ;irv iiii.. toiiy.
2501b performance Monday. Feb.M,
HTH STREET THEATRE. .Nesr Bth av.
Every night. Matinees Wed and hat.
This week i.'i'th to 2i8tb perforrasnee in New lurk
of JO.NbPH ARTHUR 8 Famous Comedy Drama,
HI All; JEANS.
Under Management i.r IIOhKNOi'KST AND ARTHUR.
fcAMb SUPERB CA8TANP BEAUTIFUL rBODUCTION,
TONY PA8T0R'S. ",b.l,!ri7B".ra?',,8a
MATI.NbES TUESDAY ANP FRIDAY,
A MI'IsENDlO HHOU.
WILLIAM JEROME CRIMMINK.
THE URLAT Al IIIU.Nrt MELMLI.E t GORE.
TONY I'AhfOR ANP 20 STARS.
KOSTER & BIAL'S .? &&
CARMENCITA.
JOAN OF ABO, TUB SPANISH STUDENTS.
I YandirlU. SDtclauisi. NeTiltlsa
MAMMICA' OMATCST HAItltOAO."
THt ipiW' YORK
;:; l&TEAlk.
Oparalln- th fattMt SsnI
ndmo$tprfctthreuth l aJT
Iralngirvlcalnthaworl.. I . I-"
BaaehlBf b 1U thrtrat- --V,
cars the moat important oommar- s
clal cntr of tha TJnltad aKataa -."
and Canada, and thi (TiaUit of Amartoa'i RaaUh
and Pluuur ntorta.
DIRECT LINE TO NIAGARA FALLS
Br way of to hlitorlo Radgoa jUrir and throttth
th baaotlful Mohawk Vail.
All train arrtva at and dapart from OjaAMS
OZKTBAI. BTATIOrT. 4th Anno and 4JM BtrMt.
Kiw York, Oantra of Batal Bad BaakUaca aaotlon.
rax ohxt .ATT.noAn trrATioir rw tha
orrr or xraw tout.
Tralaa Ito a Fallow t
On and after DEC. 34, 1801.
EMPIRE STATE EXFUMB,
9,irri A HI Except Sundays. Fastest
ivfU A. iTla tralnlnths world: 440mllsl
In bOAmlnntei; rnnnlng
'time 5214 miles per hour. No
extra rare,
FAST MAIL.
9,lf A TV! PHy. for Poughkeipali, AL
. J.U il. lYl. l.any, Saratoga, Montr!,
Uttca. Byrscuse, Rochester,
Batavla, and Buffalo.
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO LIMITED.
10:00 A. M.-J,tra2r','",ol,i46A-K
BAY EXPRESS.
lfi.'-lft A lii Except Bundaya. Satnrday
Iv.OU A. 1Y1 . train does not rnn wilt of
Clei eland and Detroit,
HOUTIIWESTERN LIMITED.
1.QH D M PBy- Due Cincinnati litis
IOU Jr. ATI. A. 11, Indianapolis 11:55 A.
M, St. Lonls7l5P. M. nsxt
day. No extra fare.
tYOItl.D'H FAIR SPECIAL.
1,Onp T Pallv. Due Chicago 800 T.
OU r. ill. M. next day. No extra far..
ALBANY, TROY. AND SARATOGA
SPECIAL.
3.9ft D TVT Except Sunday. Dot Albany
iOJ Jr. 1U. 7125. Troy 7:36, Saratoga,
8.30 P. M.
NORTH SHORE LIMITED.
A'Fil T lilt Dl,llr- Dni Detroit 9.15 A.
4:OU Jr. al, M . Chicago 4-.ao p. m.
VAST WESTERN EXPRESS.
Cs.nfl P Hf Oally. Due Buffalo flilB: Ni
liUU 1 . lYl. agara Falls 7:12: Cliveland
10 30 A. M.; Detroit l'lo,
Chicago 9.00 P. M, Bt.LouU
7:46 A.M.
ADIRONDACK AND MONTREAL EX.
PRESS.
6:25 P. M. !?! Dn' umtn"
BUFFALO AND NIAGARA FALLS SPE
CIAL. 7 ''id T 1iT DY ue Buffalo 7'30 A.
OU Jr. 1V1. !., Niagara Falls 9 AM.
CINCINNATI ANDST. LOUIS EXPRESS.
8 fll'l I 1 Dally. Due Cincinnati 710
Ul Jr. i.Tl. p. M, Indlananoila 10 40F.
M.St. Louis 7.30 A.M.
LIMITED FAST MAIL.
9.00 P TVt DaLy, Sleeping oar passan
wv A Ivx. gera for Rochester only car
ried on this train.
CHICAGO NIGHT EXPRESS.
9. 1 R p 111 Dally for Buffalo. Ogden
.At A. ATA. burg. Detroit, and Chicago;
also for Cape Vincent dally
except Saturday.
FISIIKILL rNEWBUBOIt). POUOIIKEEPSIT:. RI1INTJ
CLIrF (RINUSTON) CATSKILL STATION (CATS.
KILL). AND IIUDSON-f7 SO, tlOSO, tll'30 A. M :
t8 80, 8 55. 8 25 p. M : alto for Poughkeepsle. 9.10
A. M . 1:30. t2:lt. H 56. 8 00. 7:30. 8 00. ft'16 F. V.
For Oarrlson's. (West Point). t7 SO. 9 25. til -30 A. M .
12:18, 13 SO 3 56; also for Garrison's. t4 5, fl:25P M.
ALBANY AND TROY-17 30. t9 00. 8:10, 10 00. 110 30.
Ill 30 A. M : 1 80. 13 SO. 3 56. '50 8 00 7.30. 8 00,
U-15. 111-59 P. M.; also tor Troy, U.26 P. M.
BABATOUA-tU.OO, 9'10, 111:30 A. M.; 13.80. 26.
11'6P. M.
UTICA AND SYRACUSE-i7.30. IP 00, 9.10. 10 00,
110 SO, 111 '30 A. M.; 1.80,4:50,8 00.7.80,8,00,9.15.
111 59 P. M.
ROCHESTER AND BUFFALO 19 00. 9:10.10 00, 110'30
A. M ; 1.30. 4 60. 0 00. 7-30, 8.00, 9.16, 111:69 P. M ;
also ror Bochester. H-00 P. M.
KIAUABA FALLS-19.00, DUO. 10 00. 110 30 All,;
4 50. 8 00. 7 30, 9-16 P.M.
ADIRONDACK MOUNTA1N8 AND MONTREAL 19 00,
0 10 A.M.: 8 25 P.M.
CAPE MNCbNT AND CLAYT0V-T9:18, 1111:89 P. M.;
also for Ogdensburg, 9.16 P. M , 111 60 F. M.
OSWEGO-fO.OO. HO 80 A. M. ( 8 00. 1) 15. 1111 -59 P.M.
AUBURN. GENEVA. ANDCANANPAIQUA 9.10. 10 00.
110 80 A. M.: 7 30. 8 00. 19:16. 111.59 P. X.
PITTSFIEI.D, T.rNOX. NORTH ADAMS.
AND THE BERKSHIRE Is ILLS,
VIA HARLEM DIVISION.
Two trains with through Drawing Boom Can to
Pittsfield 19 01 A. M , due PittsOeld 1 SO. North Adams
2 30P.M ;U 50P.M.. due l'ltUfleld8;10, Kortb Adams
9 10 P. M.
1 or tickets and space In sleeping can apply at Grand
Central Station, or at 281, 418 786. 942 Broadway. 12
Park place. 1,164 9th av, 53 West 126th st. and 138th
St. station. New York; 8.13 Washington st, 728 tulton
t., and 31)8 Bedford AV..E D.Brooklyn.
Westcott'a Express calls for and checks baggagi from
hotels aud residences throogb to destination.
Daily except Sunday. IDaily except Batnrday.
Other trains run dally.
Above trains, except those leaving at 9 00. 9.10 A. tf .
816. 3 80. 8:50. 3 55, 4 65, and 11 59 P. M., stop at
138to at. station
JOHN M. TOUCEY. 0E0R0E II. DANIELS.
Oeneral Manager. General pais. Agent.
FRIE LINES.
-1 SOLID TRAINS .BETWEEN NEW YORK AMI
CHICAGO. VIA CHAUTAUQUA LAKE OR
NIAGARA PALLS, AN ENCHANTINO PANORAMA OF
MOUNTAINS. lOREbTN. AND STREAMS
Direct rout to Passaic. Patersoii. Tuxedo. Niwburgh.
Mlddletown. Port Jervis. Monticello.Whlte Lake Hones
dale, scranton, Blngbamton, Elraira. Coming Watklns
Glen. Bath llammondsnort, Avon Springs. Ilochester.
lloruellsvlllc, Uutrulo. Niagara Falls, Toronto, Chautau
qua Lake, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Louia. Chicago,
and all paints West. Trains leave New York, foot of
Chambers st , as follows, and Ave minutes earlier from
West '-'Id St.
9 .HO A- M' Dally Via Niagara Falls and Chautauqua
VI V Lake. Parlor Car New York to Buffalo. Sleeuer
llornelisviile to Cincinnati
3 .fin p- -M- Dally Vestibule Limited. Solid train
. JJ for Chicago, via Chautauqua Lake, with dining
car tu Chicago, bieepers to Chicago. Cleveland, and
Cincinnati.
O.s) k P.M. except Sunday Mountain express for
eJ.O' ' Blngbamton, Uonesdate. and Montlcello
6.'-l p- Daily-Solid train to Chicago. vlaNlag-
JV ara (alls and Grand Trunk Railway. Sleepers
to H.i.talo. Rochester, Toronto, and Chicago.
830 ',M Daily-VlaCbaiauquaLake and Niagara
.0J Falls, solid train to Chicago. Sleepcn to Buf
falo Chicago, and Cincinnati. '
PORT JlllWK-Week da j s-8 A.M.. 0A.M. 10 30
A. M- 1 P. M. 3 30 P. M . 4i30 P. M 8:80 P. M 7
I', vi 8 SO P. M. Sundays-U A. M., 3 P. M " 8 30 P. M .
S .10 I" M.
NEWBUROII-Week Days-9 A. M 8 45 P. V.. 4:45 P.
M . 0 SOP. M. Sundays-9 A. M . 2 P. M , Oi.TO P. M.
TICKETS AND PULLMAN ACCOMMODATIONS at
401, 317. and 957 Broadway. Chambers and West
28d st. terncs. New York: 831 and 333 Fulton st .
Brooklyn; 107 Broadwal. Willlamsburgh; corner New.
ark and Hudson sts . Houoken. and Jersey City Station.
Erie Transfer Corapiny calls ror and cuecks baggage
from hotels and resldfes through to destination.
D. L ROBERTS, General Passenger Agent.
FINEbT AND BAKEM TKAISls INTUE WoBLD
BETWEEN
Maw York. Fhlb.aels.lila,
Baltlsaora aad WaablnKtoa
CEMT&AIi RAILR0ADA0F HEW JERSEY,
PHIUBELPIsM m REABI9I6 R. .,
, , MLTIMORE AM OHIO R. It.
AS trains vestlbuled from end to end and lighted tt
fas Unequalled dining car service
1MB TABLE, NOthMBEH 15. 181)1.
Leave New York from foot of Mberty et . N. B.
For Philadelphia at 4 80, 7-45, u 00, 10 00, 11:80 ATM
1 SO, 2.15 8.8H. 4 00, 500. 8O07'8O P. M,12'lJ
night SUNDAYS, p Oil. 10 30, 11 SO A. M 1 iM. 8:S
6J0.(l00P.M.nt:16 night. ""-.. now, oios
For Baltimore and Washington dally at 9 00 (11:80
with Dining Car) A. M. 1:30 (3.30, lining CarVoAW
r. al, la.lo night
Parlor can on day trains Elceprra on night tralna
Ticket! and parlor car aeati can be "cured at 7L 171
2JII. 415, 944. 1,141). 1.3J3 Broadway. 787 Hth ave, 284
West I25thst, 134 Ksst 125th at. Sew York; Jjourt
ft, 880 Fulton it. IW Broadway. Brooklyn New York
Transfer Compauy wiU call for aud chick bagzagi frtiia
katil or residence to destination.
BALTO. & OHIO R.R
Fait Eapreaa Triila via
PHILADELPHIA to
RAIriitlORE,
VANIIIiGTOK,
CH.CAGO, CINCINNATI,
And AllVolnt'tVet,
1'VU.MA CAR SMiriCISOX ALMUAINH.
la r New York, font of Liberty st . n follows:
rorCHIUAGO, PITTSHUItUII, lilO P.M. 12:16 A.M.
Inr (IM'INNATI ST I(ll'IH.iiA ll.lif M.
lor WASHINGTON. BALTIMORF.9.00 A M. (11:30
A, M Dining far), 1 .30 (3:30 P. M. Dining Car), 6.-00
I'M. 12:15 AM, Alltralns run da.lv.
lor NORFOLK, via Bay Line. 1:301'. M weekdays.
Ticket unices. 172, 281, 416. and 1.140 Broadway,
New York, and 114 Broadway, Brooklyn. STATION
HOT OF LIBERTY BT. (Central B B. of K J.).
Niw York Transfir Company will call for and cank
biggigi from hotel or ristdince to destination.
,. EIIIOH VALLEY RAILROAD.
wKmwW J-i Leave fool of Cortlaodt or Pes-
A'MlL hros.es it, 7, 8:10, 9. and 11 AX,
BafMlw 12 30. 1, 2 30, 8.40. 4.50, 6.20. 6.50,
PS" and 7.30 I". M.
The picturesque routt between New
York aud Easton, Bethlehem, Allen
town, Pottsvlllr, Maucb Chunk, WllkeiLarrr, Pittston,
tnranton, Ithaca, (leneis. Waverly, Watkini Glen, El
mlra, KoOiester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls,Torunto, Detroit.
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS, and ALL POINTS WEST,
Tickets and sleeping car berths tan be secured it the
General Eastern Ofllce, 235 Broadwar, or IbO Bast
125th it, TBI New York Transfer Co. will call for and
chick bag gat i from betel or residence throngs to dss-naatlw.
"wWSaWSSjaSS t
PENNSYLVANIA
XI A TXa ja.O JaJP.
THE STANDARD RAILWAY OF AMERICA i
AND
The Scenio Line to the West
TRAINS LEAVE STATIONS, foot of
DeBbroiies and Cortlandt Street, as
follows:
i Oil and aflfr TANVAItT lSlh, 1899.
THE FAST LINE.
iwwA.M.-l'ullniin Vestibule Sleeping and Patlor
".y fn.r" Uleeland 6 26 A. M.I Columbus 6:30
A.M.. Indianapolis 11:10 A. M, Chicago 6:25 P. M
and St. Louis 7 oo P. M. next day. (.onuects, also. for
Toledo, except Saturday,
TnE PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.
Sl0? a f.-Composed excluslvily or Pullman Vee
tlbula Drawing and state Room. Bleeping. Dining,
smoking, and Observation. Cars, presenting financial
reports, stenographera and tspewrlters, hath rooms
for botn sexes, ladles' inald, barber shop, library, and
andailthocomenlences of home oroillce. Lighted
by stationary and movable electric Ilghta Arrives
t Intinnati tf.40 a. M.. Indianapolis 11:40 A. M.. and
Chicago U:45 A. M next da).
ST. LOITIH AND CINCINNATI EXPRESS.
KH P. M.-Pullman Vestibule Sleeping Can from
New lork. and Pining Cars from NewTork ts st,
Ix)uls and Ciaclnnatl. Passenger coach New York to
Cnlumboe. 'Arrives Cincinnati 10.46 A. M and Bt.
Louis 7t30 P. M. next day.
THE COLUMBIAN EXPRESS.
x?iOt P. M. Pullman esilbule Sleeping, Dining,
Smoking, and Pennsyltanla Railroad Vestibule Pas
senger Coaches from New lork to Chicago. Arrives in
Chicago 3:15 P.M. next day.
THE WESTERN EXPRESS.
let) P. M. rullman Vestibule (-leering Car New
X?rk ito J''M,,SBWn' st-, VV'- -'hlcgo. Cincinnati,
Cleveland, and Memphis, Dining care New Vork to
rhUadelphla, and Pittsburgh to Richmond and Chica
go. Arrivel at Cleveland 11:40 A. L, Columbus 1:85
P. M, Cincinnati 6 go p. M, thlcago 9.80 p. M. next
day, and Ht.Louls,7:00 A.M. second morning. Con
nect! for Toledo dally, except Saturday.
PACIFIC EXPRESS.
lOwP. M.Pnllman Buffet Sleeping Car Xew York
to Chicago. New York to Memphis via the Shenandoah
alley; arrives week daj a at Columbus 7'1G p. M
Cleveland 8:35 1 M, next day, and dally at Chicago
7.00 A. 11. aeoond morning. Connects for Toledo dally,
and tor Cleveland and Columbus except Saturday,
Auto P. M.-last Southern Exnaess dally, with
Through Sleeper to New Orleans via Richmond and
Danville B It.
ttrlio P. M. For all points on Chesapeake and Ohio
Railway, and for New Orleans . la Shenandoan Valley
Route, with Throogb Sleeping Car.
BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, AND THE
HO UTH.
lOilO A. M.-" VyamhluKtnn Limited Ex.
Press" of Pullman Vestibule Parlor Cars, Vestlbnl
assenger Coaches, Dining Car to Baltimore every
week day. arrl tng In W ashlngton 3:50 P. M.
8tBO P. M, "ConarrasionMI l.laslieel" of Pull
man Vestibule Parlor Can and Dining Car dally, ar
riving Washington 8 25 P. M. No extra fare beyond
usual Pullman charges on either of these trains.
Additional Express Trulnsi (1:20, 8 00, 8.80,
P'RO, and 11 (U A. M . 2'10. 4 30, 6 00. and II 00 P. M,
and 12'15 night. For Baltimore only, 1:001'. M. Bon
day, 0:16 8:30. and 9. 30 A.M. 4 80, C -00, and 9:00 P.
M and 12 :1C night.
For JACKSONVILLE AND ST. AtJGYJS.
TINE.
Dally. 9 80 A. M . 0:00 P. M . and 12:15 midnight,
" Florida. Special," Mondayi, Wednesdays, and Fri
days 9 30 A.M.
FOR ATLANTIC CITY AND BROWN'S MII.LS-IN-TOE-PINES
HOO P. M. week days, with Through Day
Coachea.
FOB CAPE MAY. 1 :00 P. It. week days.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
Express: 8:20. 7:20.8 00.8 30, 9 00, 9 80(10 OOPenn'a
Limited, with Dining Car, and 10 10 Washington
Limited, with Dining Car), and 11 00 A. M. 12 20.
l-OO, 2.10, 3 00, 3 30. 4 00. 4 30, 6.00. 6:00, ti'30,
8 00, and BOO P.M., and 12'lBulght, Accommoda
tion, 11:10 A. M, 4:40 and 7.O0P. M. Sundaya. Ex
press, 8:16, 8.30, 9 00. l 30 (10 Limited), and 10 00
A. M., 2 00. 4 00. 4 SO. 6 00. 8 30. 8-00. and I) 00
P. M . and 12.16 night. Accommodation, 6.00 and
7 00 P. si.
For Time Tables of trains to locsl point! on the
Pennsylvania Railroad System, apply at the follow
ing ticket orhces: Nos. 435. 849, and 944 Broadway, 1
Astor House, and fool of Debrossee and Cortland sta;
4 Court st, 880 r ulton st . and Brooklyn Annex ata
flon. foot of Fulton sL. Brooklyn; 75 Hudson st, llo
boken; nation, Jersey City.
The Now lork Transfer Company wilt call for and
check baggage from hotel! and residence! through to
destination.
C11A8 E. PUOII, J. R WOOD,
General Manager. General Pass'r Agent,
New York and Boston All Rail,
Leave. Dy way of Due.
9 oo A. M , Springfield and Worcester, 8 80 P. M.
10 00 A. l. New London and Providence. 80 P. M.
1 1 00 A. M, Spnngtleld and Worcester, 6 .30 P. M.
12 .00 M , llarttord and N. Y. and N. E, 6 so p. M.
1 00 p. M Mew London and Prn ldence, 7 so p. M.
8 00 P. M., Wllumantlc and N. Y. and N. &.. 0 00 P. M.
4 OOP. M, Springfield and Worcester. 10.00P.M.
6 -OO p. M , New London aud Providence, 11 00 P. M.
11:00 P. M.. Springfield and Worcester. 1& A. M.
12 -00 P M.. New London and Providence, 7 .00 A. M.
Buns Dally, including Sundays.
TUtura .rt ice. same hours and by same routes.
Through parlor or sie.plng cars by each train.
C. T. HKMsTEAD. Uen'l Pais. Agent.
?lpPj?5:
ALLAN-STATE LINK
New York to Ulasgow and MoviUe (Londonderry),
Through tlcketa to Liverpool, Dublin. Ac
STATE Or NEBRASKA Thursday. Jan. 28.8A.H.
ASnYKIAN Thursday. Feb, 4
bteamers marked with do not carry passengen.
Cabin. $40. Second cabin, $26. bteerage. $19.
From pier Columbia stores, south Ferry, Brooklyn,
tor freight and passage apply to
AUSTIN BALDWIN A cu. Agents. 63 Broadway.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.'S
Royal Mail Steamship Line.
CHINA AND JAPAN,
FromVANCOUVEB. B.C. to
YOKOHAMA SUANUIIAL and HONG BONO.
NEW YORK TO JAPAN IN 16 DAYS.
600 miles the shortest route.
Lower rates. Send (or Information,
Intended sailings from Vancouver of the new Steel
J.xpresl iteiuiehlps:
KVPBESS OF JAPAN Feb. 10
EMPREnS OF CHINA Mar. 9
EMPRESS OF INDIA April U
li V. SKINNER. LVERETT.FRAIAR.
Gen'l East'n Ag't, China and Japan Irt Ar't,
863 Broadway, N. Y. 124 Water St. N.Y.
pUNAKD LINb TO Ll ERPOOL, VIA (jUEENSTOWN.
Etrarta...Jan.SO,5 30A M.,Servla ....Feb. 20, 11 A. M.
Aurania teb 0, 1 P, M l.truna... . leb 27.5A.M.
Umbrla..leb. 13, 6 30 A. M.Uuranla..Murch 6, 11 A. M.
Extra steamers.
Bothnia ....Feb. 10, 2 P. M IGallta Feb. 24. 2 P. it.
Irom Pier 40. North River, foot Clarkson st.
M-.RNON II. BROWN A CO. General Agents.
COMPAGNIE GENERALK TRAN8ATLANTI0.U1I.
Frencliline to Havre every Saturday.
LA BRF.TAGNE Collier Sat . Jon 30.4 30 A. M.
LA BOURIIOUNF, LetMMlf Sat.. Feo.6. 10 A. M.
LA NORMANDIE. Laurent Sat. reb 13.4 30 A.M.
A. tORUBT. General Agent. 8 Bowling (Iron.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET CO,
Tbli line holdi the record for faiteat time to London
and the European Continent.
Bxprcn Service Beginning April 21 Southampton
(London). Hamburg, bv the magnificent new twin
screw steamen AUGUSTA-VICTORIA. COLUMBIA.
FURST B1SMABCK. and NORMANNIA of 1318000
It. P ; nnsurpassedforsafety.speed.nnd comfort; best
time equal to 6 da) s and 21 hours tu 0. ueenstow n. Ap
ply at the Company's Ottlce, 37 Broudw ay. N w York.
INMANLI.NB II 8 AND ROIAL MAIL STEAMERS
FOB OUEhNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
t ITY OF CHICAGO Wednesday. Feb. 8. 9 A.M.
CITY OF BERLIN Wednesday. Foil. 17, 8 : A. M,
r rum Pier 41, N. R, adjoining Christopher st. Ferry.
llrst cabin $50 and upward, uicordtng to steamer
ami location of room: second cabin. $1) and $35: nre-
paid $35; steerage, $J0 INTERNATIONAL NAMUA-
TION CO . Oeneral Agents. (I Bowling Green. N. Y.
N EW ORK AND CUBA MAIL STEAMSHIP CO,
Piers Id and 17. hast Rivtr
Saturday steamer at 1 I'.M : all others at 3 P. M.
For Havana. Progrcso, Campeche. Frontera, Laguna,
Tampico. Tuxpam. aud eraCruz.
Matanras. ('anlenus Sagua. Calbnrien. Nassau,
Sstitlagn de Cuba, GiiHtitanamo, and Clenfuegoa,
ORIZABA Havana and Mexican K)rls... ..Hal., Jan. 30
CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, Havana and Ma-
tauuis Wed., Feb 3
CITY OF WASHINGTON, Ilav ana and Mexi
can iwrls Sat,, Feb 6
NIAGARA, Havana and Sagua Wed, Feb. 10
SANTIAGO Tvassau, Santiago de Cuba,
and clenfuegos Thura, Jan, 28
This line lias direct connection with and Issues
through bills of Isdlng to all points on Mexican Railway
Co., Mi xlcan Central Ral!wa Co., Ltd , and the Monte
rey and Mexican Gulf Railroad
for lull particulars, freight or passage, apply to
JAMES if WAI1P A ( 0.11.1 Wall st
MORUDMJTf-CIII.il LLOID'S S S. CO.'S
il hllORT ROUTE TO LONDON AND CONTINENT.
Bteamers sail from juer foot 2d st . Hobokeu.
FAS1 EXPRESS STBAMl.itS.
Alter... Sat, Jan. 30, 7 A.M.ILahll, ..Tuva .Feb. 0. 1 P. M.
Trave. .Tues.. Feb. 2. Il A. M . Llbe. , S it , Feb. 1 8. 7 A. M.
Em Sat, Feb tl. 1 P.M.Isaale.Tues, Feb. III. HAM.
First cabin, $75 and upward a berth; second cabin,
$60 a beriu; itcenice at low rates.
OELRICIIS A CO , 2 Bowling Green,
P" "acific mail steamship-company!
frroin foot of canal st , North River
To SAN HtAM'IfCO via the IsTHMUS OF PANAMA.
COLON sails Saturday, Jan .10, noon
From SAN I KAM'Ihco, l.i ;.n I liraunan sts.
IOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHIN V salla Wedn.-dav, Feb. 17, II P. M.
For freight, passage, and general-information apply
al (ompunv's i.ilicei.u l ho pier, fiH.t of Cunulst , Notth
lllvur. II. , I. BULLA!. General Miperlnlendtnt.
CAANNA1I LI.NE-rOUH srhAklKR-l WEliKLY
O Inim New Pier .16 N R , foot ni spring St.
s. S CHATTAHOOCHEE,, rrl.lay, Jan 211,31'. M
h. s NAi OOCIIEK . . SalurilB), Jan. HO, a P. M,
H I'llY OF BIRMINGHAM Monday, ten. I, III'. M,
S S. i ITY OFALtlUSTA ...Weduesda). Feb 3, il P. M,
Connecting with c. li. R. i.iim, and ri. F. A . R'v for
all points In GEORGIA. FI.OHIDA. SOUTH CAROLINA.
ALABAMA, and LOUIxKNA. Unsurpassed acii.mmo
datlons. Urst class table d'hote, For Ireighl and pas
sage appl) to
J. II. Ha6iIAGEN F, Art. W. II.RIIETT, Gen. Agent
8. P. A w, Itv. 2l B'way. I Cent'l It. R .817 Iwway.
B L. WALKER, Agent Ocean htcumsbip Co.
O. If. SORRELL. Manager. New Pier B5. Norih Blver.
THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY?
For CIIARLBSTI N, 8, C, JACKSONVILLE. FlA,
and all points In FLORIDA, the South, and Southwest.
From Pier 29, K B, Mondays. Wednesdays, and Fri
days, 8 P. M Passenger act ommodatlotis and cuisine
unsurpassed. WM. P. CLYDE A CO . General Agents, 6
WHITE HTAR LIKE.
MAJFSTK) Widne.rtay, Feb ,1 lOA. II.
ADRIATIC Wednesday,, Ftp. Ill II p. M
Superior second i ablli acioininudalinns on Malestiu
and Adriatic, Meerage tour fn.ui the olil countrv $20
Omre, 29 Brouttnav, and on Hie w liaif ttx.t of Vl.st
JOlhst. II. MAITM.NP I.I HSLV, Agent.
I -ww-
gattnia.
PATENTS for inventors procured promptly: lowTrataa
BOEDER A BBIE8BN.& Nassau "jfjlf. Y. Eat'd 1852
TU(iM48 DJJK.W BTBT80N. patint aoUcltor and ixi
IHrt'tftiUitwoikaiafaixpries, JBtlMttJtt,
As fino Trousers as any man
cares for can be selected from tho
largo variety tyo keep; $8, $9 or
$10 gets tho best. But $5, $6 or
$7 buys tho meritorious grados that
most men prefer, with fifty or more
patterns to select from.
Somo men's and a good variety of
youths' trousers at lower prices.
ROGERS, PEET & CO.
THBBR f Prince.
BROADWAY Warns.
STORKS, 1 82d St.
gtafl Jltrteiji.
UOTEL p
Il Centrally If AllthoLitort Iji
II Located I Improvemiats. J
Broadwar dltt 8t New York.
JbUCRIOAN AND ECKOPEAN FLAJ1
HOTEL DE LOGEROT,
5th av. and 18th st.
RICHARD DE LOGEROT. ProBriator.
HOTEL ROYAL,
BRYANT PARE. 40th st. and fllh av. European plan.
Two blocks west of Grand Centnl Depot. Special rates
for families: suit! of rooma $2aday upward; rooms for
gentlemen. $1 day upward; superior restaurant; popa
nlar prices. RICHARD MBABE8 A CO, Proprlton.
THE SHERWOOD,
Stk At., comer 44tk St., New York.
ELEGANT SUITES OF ROOMS
Bt tarn day or week. GEO. M tIBBAT.
HOTEL VI ANO, 39 East 18th at, near Broadway.
Urat-cla. .family hotel; American and European plan.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL (select family hotel),
Broadway and Washington place. Location, room,
appointment ars unsurpassed. Enropean plan. $1;
American. 82.50 upward. Julius A. Boblnson. Prop'r.
TREMONT HOTEL. 865 Broadway. Th larg
est and best ladles' and gentlemen'! nstanrant; loach
and oyster counters; 160 desirable rooma: rates mod
erate. JULIUS A. BOBLNSON, Proprietor.
ASHEVILIE, NORTH CAROLINA.
HOTBIj TTFiT ijMCOjVT.
The finest winter health resort In the South; moan
lain air. mineral water. Jeney oream and milk, cream
cry butter, tenderloin steak, and a resident physician.
write for the balance.
JOHN a MARSHALL, M. D, Dlreotoe.
THE De SOTO,
on of thft most elegantly appointed Hotels la th
world. ACCOMMODATIO.NVOK&OOQUEBTS. Tourlsta
will nnd 8af annah on of tbe most Interestlnp; ami
beautiful cltlss in tbe entire South. No place that can
be n-med Is mote healthful or desirable as s place of
winter resort,
WATSON A POWERS. Proprietor.
HOTEL ST. GEOEGE,
loner (lark and nicks. Sts.. Brooklyn.
MUSIC EVERY EVENING.
W. TCM BRIDGE. PROP.
THE CONTINENTAL,
9th ad CheMlnnt Sts... PlKlli1phlaw
Newly decorated and appointed: centrallocaUon,
D.rxbcrg'i orche.tr Saturday t ca
Colonnade Hotel,
Philadelphia.
European Plan. $1.00 per day and upward.
American Plan, taw per day and upward.
WALTER'S SANITARIUM.
WALTER'S PARK, Near JteaullsuE, Pa.
A magnificent winter resort in southern Pennsylva
nia. Baths, manage, electricity, skilful physicians.
Address, for full Information, a above.
APABTY OF SIX sportsmen can find game of all
ktndi in a Southirn tour; deUghtfui climate; flao
accommodation! and extra food fan. Addrm IL C.
box 200. snn oMco. "
WnEN IN BUFFALO STOP AT TUB OENESEK. Ntag
ara Falls forty minutes away.
pfjJtaMratrtji.
CINORIS
FRENCH TARLE D'HOTE.
WITH OOOD WINE, 60a
NONE LIKBJT IN TIIK CITT.
1811.133 HLEECKER BT.
Near V Station. Open Sunday.
gttgtrMtliott.
BANJO. MANDOLIN. AND GUITAR instruction. $5
J-5,mr,r! "ffi nd aneo. Jig, clog. reel, and wing
dancing taught for the stage or amusement; tuition
thorough, practical, and strictly private; One instru
ments at lowest prices: satisfaction guarinteod. Call
or write; open day and evening.
J. DEAN. 674 8d av, near 88th at.
BANJO. Mandolin. Violin. Guitar Instruction: ladle
taught; private thorough course, $6. -"
J. HOBTON. 157 Welt 23d It,
BANJO INSTBUCTION.-Edward Dobson. the popular
banjol.t. has removed hit studio to 1,399 Broadway
opposite Casino. . suuauway,
BANJO, Guitar, and Mandolin Private laaenn.
. HENhY 0. DOBSON. 1,270 BroSdwa"; Patent iU?
De il Danjos.
BANJO, long, and dance: Jig and clog dancing taught:
lessons private; circulars. J. BOO AN. 280 Bowery.
F BENCH LESSONS given by a young lady at very
moderate prices; aged 18: tan speak English very
lloently. Answer lo PABIB, box 21ljbun oinc. r
HEl?ti'i, .T?0 " Wood's oymnistum:
East28thst; open day and evening: running
track, rowing machines, boxing, training. hathaAc,
Mi.Wliy.?.. n1 ""' instruction given by 8lg c
6th?t ' Spanish Student!. 213 Bait
PBOF.E.kCHARWKNKA.228K 23DST, gives tho?
ougn and successful Instruction In piano and tSagv
rOOlSjUUl CollfflW.
stenoghapimNi5Stitute.
884 BaOADWAt,
aaurwngmteii.
L'ERNANDORa7uDEMY?1(I2 EMMTTiTWaltx
B and all the new dance, taugnt rapidly; classes form
Ing; private lessons all hour Send for circular
V y?.ani' f " fashionable dances taught; private
.?..'o''ry,Cyw:,iith,.,.C'fCU'" Kn"""Acrr'con'
w my.
BILLIARD AND POOLTABLI.s" n'ewiconTbani
auotlon prices. GltlFr ITU CO .IB Fourth a"
A 1L BBUNSWICk-BALhEHOIXENPFRCO
liroadwu, corner 1 7th st, (Uolou rtqUAfev.
WATCHES dUmonde. lew nlTiTUr
mtuts: delivered un first iiuvme it wn"' W
EXCHANGE WATCl) feu ' . 210 Broadwar,
, gimirtrg.
NORWIClTliji
lares reduced to New London 11 00- Hnm.i, i..
STONINGTON LINE. '"
INSIDE ROUTE. ALL FARES REDUCED
Sund."-!'"'t,k v ' ttl' i. dli)!,"eVpi
A "J'W 8-00 T0 BOSTON vis FALL BIVPR I tmiV
aaw
The Singer Man'fg Co.s I.
w
THREE NEW tk
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES I
in
ABB I)'
LIGHT RUNNING,
NOISELESS,
DURAnLaV
THEY DO ALL KINDS OF FAM1LT
SEWING,
AND IN ADDITION
f
ART NEEDLE WORK
EQUAL TO
HAND EMRROIDERT.
ART ROOMS,
929 Broadway,
SPECIAL MMNCEKNT.
A SUIT $12.00 $12,00
SALE Kedncea faToToo?00 -
A TROUSUR $4.00 $4.00
2 Pair (or $7.50.
Q A T T1 Reduced from BO.oa
lOiilllli and 9.00.
Full complete lines of (lie
above. An early call will
secure a choice.
E. 0. THOMPSON,
CLOTHIER-IMPORTER,
245 Broadway.
WORDS ARE CHEAP,
BUT THE PROOF IS THE THING I
NOWHERE IN NEW YORK ABB
THERE SUCH GOODS FOR
SUCH PRICES.
Furniture, Carpets, and Draperies,
For Cash or
The Easiest Credit Terms,
AS ARE NOW BEING OFFERED BT
THE WOKLD-.KENOWNED ,
FURNITURE DEALERS,
LUDWIG BAUMANN & COMPANY,
S58, 200, 20S.eth Ave.,
Near lTth St., East Side.
OUR TERMS I
$100 per week on $75 182.50 per weak on $209
1.50 per week on 100 8 00 per week on.... 264
2 00 per week on 150 1 U 60 per week on BOO
YOURSELFIH
ayjCB Aik your Druggist lor a LtB
aWeTajW bottle ot BlgS. Thaonlj
ISmSW norv-potwnous remedy tor all
JBjS tba unnatural dixcbaigwi atv
BjaJjBfJRf private dlsvaae ol men ana the
BjVsBssnwi aebilltatln; weakness pecotiar
Bjaaal to women. It cures In a taw
GasWdiYi without the aid at
faj-gssajapabUelty ol a doctor.
aJBjSBBa Th UnCvtrtal America CTsray
RjRjRjRSA Mannfact tired ty BjBkwB
IjBJBJBJtJiTaiitOhemicalOaBPBBi
BJ,ak CINCINNATI, a ,PJb9
ABjaJIBW u.. a. tWU
SBBBBBBB-M-nA-lV r. RB
wVSRaBBBBBBBBBBv.00 B
ssrBbwSwv
VIGORpOFMEN !
Eaally, Quickly, Permanently Restorsd.
. Weaknesa, Nervrotnness, Debility, and all i
the train ot evili from early errorsor later excesses,
the resulu of overwork, ilckncM. worry, eto. Full i
strengtn, development, and tone siren to every .
organ and portion of tho body. Simple, natural . J
methods. Immediate Improvement seen. Failure '
tmuosBible. J.000 references. Book, explanation.
'ikaiS.V ?Sio. a. y. ;
DISEASES OF MEN.
ALL SECRET and private diseases of men caret ,
in a few days; no charge nnlesi cured; also glest. '
strictnre. blood poisoning, ulcers, akin diseases, youtn- '
ful errors, nervous debility; lost vigor and manhood r
restored. Dr. IIALLETT. the celebrated specialist, 144 t
Bast luth St.. near 3d av.; best advice free. 1
9W0lwiU j
I CUBE VARICOCELE and all diseases of men: write ,
for partloulara. dr. j. u. pye. BuBalo. N. Y.
XuMic potter. j
P08YflFFICE7lOTICr?ela wsit t
.... ending Jan. 80 will close (promptly in all Lite.) at a
this ofitce as follows; a
TUURSDAY.-At 1 P. M. (supplemenUry 1 .30 P M ) for
Bermuda, per steamship Trinidad; at 1P.M. (sop- .
plemeutary 1.30 P. M ) for Nassau, N. P., uud ssntl-
D.-.IF.'!J.'u?.,'B"r,tmb'P8nllago. 1
BATUBDAY.-At 1A.II. for France, Hwltrerland. Italy. p
Spain, Portugal, and Turkey, per steamship 1 !.
Bretagne. via Havre; at 2 A. N. tor Ureal Hrltain, .
Irelaud. Belgium. Netherlands, Austria aud Norway i
(Bergen), per steamship Etruria, via oiaeiutowu
(letters for other parts of Europe musthe ulrecte I n
"per Etruria"): at S A. M. for Tvorway direct, ter 8
steamship J, N. Madvlg (letters must be directed li
"per J.N.Uadvlg"); at 8 30 A. M. for Germany,
Denmark, Sweden, Norway (Cbristlauia). and Hui-
la, per steamship AUer. via bouthsuipton end
Bremen (letters tor other parts of huiop. tuuit bs
directed "per AUer"): at 4 A, W. for Scotland di- p
lect. per aleamship Cirrassia, la Glasgow (letfrs t.
must ue directed "per Circa., la"), at 4 A. M. for n
Netherlands direct, per steamship Amslerdam, via .
Rotterdam (letten must be directed "per Ainiter- B
dam"): at 10 A. M. lor Santiago Cuba per stfaui- "
'.'P ,lu'a (letters for Venexuela and Sara-
n!luV "".. mu,t he directed "per Pauama ), B
at 10 A. M. (supplementary 11 A. M I for i entr.l
America (except Costa Rica) and souih I'aciilo t oris,
per steamsbipcolon.vla Colon (teltersforiliiaieros- e;
lamustbeiiirected"perColon");atlOA M (.uprls ?
S'ui?rF ';! A. M for hi. Croix, and M. Tt-oiuit
via St. Oroii, also Windward Islands dlreit. er r
sieamshlp Belalr (letters fi,r Grenada, Trinidad and P
Tobago must be directed "per Belalr"): at 1 1 A. M lor
:w.m,.e.?.l"'.Cni!l',-T,i:o. and Yncatan. i r t' N
iblp Ortgaballitun for Cuba and Tampiui lirefl. K
and other Mexican states via Vera truiiiiu.tl.edi- ",
K'!,"?' "Ortaba"j, at 11 A. M (supplementary CI
I . A- " '"r Fortune Island and Jamai.a. '
also Jaomel and Aux Cayss. llaytl. per sieau-,i.ip y.
Adlrondatk; atll A M, (supplementary 1-' w f"r y.
ienejiieland('uracoa,lso Savantllalaiur.... 5,
i,I,,"B,'n!J'l:'acai (letters for other 1'i.lmr.i. n
r,0f' "" he directed per Caracas"), at 1 I' '
liurii y Trinidad, and Tobago, per stau..6.p P1
'"liiim' S 1 ff "" Co,, Blc' " '''nl0n 'J C
steamship Foxball. from Neworleana. at H 3.) P. K
u.,i.' ;".1,''irr.-M,9uolon. per iteamer from Halifax. K.
1 fr,',?X ,h. cle,y, lud.; per ehlp City of 1'af.ltl
r?'S,hS,!ifrn.c.lc.0 ') her dilly up lo Jso P
r&M.hi0 rf.-'.lls for Chin udJaMO rr pi
S.,hm.f.nla0.,l,c fnm Bn Francisco) cf. os hi
?Sif.u,V& JJn . itf' ll-30 P.M Malls for A" ),
iirj!.1tiw,5,n,,i Hawaiian. FIJI, and satnosa
i!.v iih I r ,,e'hlP Alamedu (from nan frat.es w
Sn)'.Ji?,:i,"'.rtlllljr,1P" Jan.!. at e.'tul M m'
Br'?..!!; ilw ?' ot anhlp Aur.nu with Jj
i.i.,,!i. m.,ll,.tor AustrsNa). Malls tor llawsiisn W
MisSv'VTf Jnhlp, Australia (from San I n; l(
risen), p0 i,er aallr up to Feb MO at a,
fixn"!1." '0i: Newfoundland, by raU lo lis i- , "
l,ifu,1.,sfBT',ieluW'e1th'"0Bl',,''li' i
Sid'iSi!!- uUforMiqulon.byrilto n ,u. J
im p'S" ?. ,mer. close at this on.ee dnr t R
andll,.M;."t".",M;iib''' uy 'U Tainia T.a, Bt
SSw ...M.V1 ' (lafllng Mondsj, T .",
)s, aud saturilajs). close at this otllcS da v t ta
irr! ft ..""'"f sH'OA U, I"
dalit- u.T.i s"1"in1 .n,V,f " fnrwarded lo Mn Fran " tn
iniuini i ",' lV"x,ui" '.I closing Is arranged o. ! It
Uu Iran. ..'.V' u",',r '""''''"J'1"'1 Und tra H $r
TOtJhIS1hln,d"Jro,l,'ll of steamer, a l. '
.Kl')P.,M,.UpCr,.vou,.Sd,.eyd',r' " Hi
of tb.PntpUK0e.lllJrT,,n'l',',Af,Pn on tbs r erj
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