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V4it 1U -. ' ": ' 111 111 i i -M Cvassssssss. m fife rurapNEjuffirtxuQR A CHIPPENDALE TEA-ROOM. ';3K'' Chippendale 'tis a name for tea-drinkers ;JK to conjure wlthl Tho famous old designer f$. Invented the teft Uble, tray and caddy, mtv and he originated the charming style of M't furnishing that fits tho social dissipation fV, to perfection. !,', To prove It, wo have fitted up a tea-room ;sgi on our seventh floor, In pure Chippendale '& style not a single modern modification Is Rjfc. Introduced In tho woodwork. MET A hob grate and beautiful leaded-gloss B- cabinet form the oyo of the room. From 'Hv this, a cushioned sent, overhung with the W?' quaintest, most ptcturcsquo llttlo cup- ffi boards and panels you over saw, runs gjk around tho corners. Tno cupboards are of k varying sires; enclosed or open-sided, with Ki roofs resting on slender pilasters, dollcately jSBJ carved. Groups of panels sot with brown mK' reproductions of Rembrandt's portraits sSE-, hold the cupboards together In artlstlo jiff fashion. JgjL About tho floor, appropriate furnishings 9ir ro 'Ottered. fK Of tho charm tho social poetry, so to '5? speak of the tout-ensemble, words cannot ?r give an Idea. Como and seo f or yoursolf . sF "tauropxHe maker" S' Geo. C. Flint Co. 'UR 43.45amd47WEST23?ST llg. NEAR PHOAOWAY. $ rACTORv: 154 and IS6 west I9?stbut & annttfl jPmniea. m THE SUN m- Harlem Branch m U9 WEST 12STH STREET iSPF CLOW LAYER' wanted. ' yBfr vr QUO. It. DAY. 80 Lafaretts place. SSf XT AND FOLDEIIS In bindery. aft. Jta, MIDDLEDITCIt CO.. OS Duane tl, BR? TTANDFOLDERS wauled. lE Xl R. HUTTER A BON. It 1 F.att 5tb it. 58, f.RTRlCII FEATHERS. Good KKin wanted! gjjf J steady work. J. LOEWENSTEIN. S3 Bond (t. tjPomfiSiic'm'niitg Wnnttd. UT AMBEU51 AIDS ad rooki 5 Swedlsb'cooks, t5 'tK VMo$50i launlre.ic. who do ohamborwork, wait- f reura, 80 couks who wash and Iron, kltcttenmelils. waitresses, who do cbamberwork, rrench ladles maids, French nurs.t butters, ecoond and third men. Mrs. 1-8EELY. Employment Bureau. US West 23d St. I servants .ntranoe. 1)58 uth av. TtOUPETENT laundress. 820, (or family living In V Brooklyn: best references required. Mrs. I. s BKBLY, 8B2 Bth are. .. S CUR8T-OIiAS9 lady's mil J; mustSe rood hair- N&f X dresssrt wages $'J5 best reference required. Mrs. L. SEELY. 858 eth aye. Sr 'PROTESTANT kltcbenmalds. Ill, tor famllr In New Is?) X York l best reference required. Ilrs. L. SEELY, m? 8811 Bth ST. 5F "PROTESTANT parlormaid, who understands wait- ?A X inc. 1H best reference required. Mrs. L. SEELY, iW 888 Bth av. fT, OWED18H cook, (SO, for two In family, to lire In ,!' D Dobbs Ferryi best references required. Mrs. L. ) BEELY. 8B8 flth ar. ' Wanwa 3Rnits mechanics. St. T)OOKBINDERS Half bound finisher and aulstant X on prlptwl work. CHAHLLS ItEILLY, u Jolin Bt. f, TQ0OKB1NPEU8. Finishers and men to'rolfgofd -" """ J. F. TAM.EY CO.. 9 Bond St. Hap OOY about 17 years old who cau handle type. $! J3 C. Q. BUKOOYNE. m Centre st. fftre" -10MP031TOK who can estimate Job workt131 ?fJC " West 28J st.t brlnv references. Apply In forenoon. f& 51'nutefl annlea saXtscellnntou'i. Mi rMHF.DIATELY. a salesman of superior address end vfflk X force who wishes a different business where his '?- former experience will be valuable. Address C. box 13iaun office. riillAKSPORTATION and complete outfitting for X AUskan gold fields send 5c. In stamps for Infnr K jnatli.n and r tes. WESTEltN TIlANSPonTATlON IK COMPANY. 884 Montgomery St.. Ban Francisco, Cal. ; TIT ANTED An experienced manufacturer of chll- vf ' dren's clothing; ability and Integr ty demanded: jj good chano. for the right man. Address R: M, F box :'K l70 8unotrioe. Hfe. "Vl ANTED Uy a dry goods commission house, a IP VVV young man to Irarn the business; one residing fef with his parents preferred. Address r. O. box 341, W? ' HlT ANTED A man with experlen:eln the buying of IT pleco goods Mr clothing- trade. Address K. P. s., KS box 188 Sun omc. . Er "" "XTonNO MAN over 81; good penman, accurate at JV& A figures; enter orders, chart es and niake collections ip for laiee printing house; must know the business; R state rafersnees and salary. Uux 81, B8 Est lsth st. Wi'i inYOTJNOserondandthlrdmenforprlvatefamlll a; '9f IV waxes 35 to 10; best references required. Mrs. fig' L. BEELY, 858 nth ave. ThlaoonDon entitles a well racouunended ser 'Vant to one free lesson at . MRS. L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL, , where all branches of rooking are taught by Mrs. O. Lerocke. at US'.' Olh av. fSTHAHHERMAID. Thoroughly cumi'tent woman as , v nrstclas chambermaid In private family; neat, wtUIng, and obliging; welt recommended. M. C.bux 180 Sunuptown office, 18(15 Broadway, iAPABLE young Oermau woman desires situation yj u 000k In private family; understands her wore; flrst-cl.ua references. T. w box UU bun uptown office. 1885 Broadway. FSbOK. Thoroughly capable woman as cook In Tri VJ Tata famllyt first class referencvi; onllglng. K. L,, box 1A0 sun uptown orfloe, 18tl&Broad'Aay, 'W ("lOMFETKNT youns woman desires sltuallon as iij." J kltohenmald; nrst-rlus leterrncea. M. u box I M., 101 Bun uptown ofllce. 1805 Broadway, U1BST-CLA8S waitress desires situation In private t ffji X family 1 thorouahly competmt and obliging: best ' Y7U references. E. llcD.. box 148 Sun uptown vfttco, 'm! 1885 Broadway. ' jK nIIlST-CLAHS cook desires situation In private f am- Jf,, X liy; underslanda her duties; very satisfactory ref- v erencea, L. 0., box 1U8 Bun uptown offlco, 1883 if Broadway. ', iV 7IHSTCLAS9 chambermaid and laundress In prl 1 ." X vatefamllyt vllllngand obliging; List referehoea, fe K. L., box 178 Sunjiptown ofUce, 1865 Broadway. I TTOUSEWOltKEIl. Cspsble youtig womtn as gen- ip XL eral houseworker; good plain cook, washer and - Ironer; best references. L. D., box 1U8 Bun uptown fci office, 1888 Broadway. T'ITCUENUAID. Neat, willing young girl as if: XV kltehrnmaldi first-class leferencra. E. ., box W- 160 Bun uptown office. 188D Broadway. !I "ilTAlD. Thorousbljr cometept young woman as lxs U- ladya maid; understands halrdreMlngt flrst-clas ;' refcr.no s. J. F., box 187 Sun uptown office, 1888 Broadway. tj VTUUaE.-.Neat young girl sv nurse to Infant or Z. As grown children; willing and obliging; highly rets ommrnded. F. U, box 185 Bun uptown ortlce, 1885 Tv Broadway. ' rPlIOROUQULY competent young woman as Cham f'' X bermald, or chambermaid and nurse. In smalt $ family; highly recommended, B.I,, box 148 Sun l uptown office, 1865 Broadway, K nPHOROUOHLY competent laundreni, youug and If J obllRluK. desires situation In first-class family) B bsst references. W. (1 , box 108 Eun uptown office, Jp 18 Broadway, 'p. TV ANTED Situational companion to a lady, elder- ink, " ly preferred, ly a refined Rugllih girl used to 111''' travelling; care of anlroue, Act good home mora ,Y. deairable than high wagri; best references. Address Ufo K. n.. care of Mrs. ChamberUn. 885 West 88th st, nu, 1TELL recommended young gltl as nurse to grown tf. vV children; uest and willing; bit references, L. p,' P.. box 184 Bun uptown ortlce, 1865 Broadway. ' J AOUNU Swedish woman as rTrst-cl ass cook In prl- 5 - X vate famllyi thorounbly competent; flrstclass Jl references, B. A., box 1U0 bun uptown offlca, 1885 Broadway. ''.' "xyoUSO chambermaid and waitress desires situation 'a A, In private famllyi neat and wllllngi beat refer. :B enoes. D, II., box 176 Bun uptown office, 1805 Broad- 1' A DRIVER, who has years or experience, deitrrs a -)? JX. position; willing and rellalde; oan furnish the I J best of reference. JOHN BROWN, 47 New Bowery, I L New York city. ,' S' ZIOMFETENT young colored man wsuu'futnacesYo j Vcare for between 34lh and 80lhsts, flrst-clasa J fc- references. 841 West 41ttst. t X "pLKVATOlt MAN. Young msn to runeleratorTor j; Xj as salesman In any line; good drlvi r; not arrald of f: hard work; aober. willing and obliging; good refer- y euce. WM. ALLEN. BM4 l)e Kalbav., lirooklyuu TTANUY MAN, carpentrr, psluter, "cir watchman, XX wantaworkl total abstainer. f II., box 180 Bun office. ! rrU0U0yuil2.Y reliable young man as coachman or X groom; uuuerstanda nla business; cllyorcoun ' try baavery IwdcllrtftreuMs. 8 IV East 81th it l.V osretlmysos HgMHHHHHHI wufitmcnts. PLkAiinn CONTINUOUS h ALACE rtor.,r8K.T80f5 HELENS MORA, HclNTYRE and nKATIL THB ORBAT OAUTIER, WILLIAMS and WALKERtOnAS. It SWEET, 6 Castlllana, Jessie, Equestrian Baboon f street Arsis' Sextet, Dravea' Marionettes! ethers. Aft'a 18i. 150. Open st Noon New Year Day. PROCTOR'S vSKlSI O'XKIt. AWDMrKIIR RAKI, 'lOllver Twlstl" ADaOnTK VAN niKNE, - An Old Love Song;" L1V. INO PICTUREH. TUBDUNNS.Oomeilyi "THE BTORM DANOEt" French Novelty t 40 other STARS. .. Bat (New T ar's) Open from B:80 A. M. to 11 P. M. CARaCOIR IIALL asth Senaaii IBOI-e). Oratorio annoal ' "Y " cnrusTMAS perfobmancb. w?orh- The Messiah SECOND B0L0IST3I Aft. Concert, Sopr., Clementine Be Vera). Dec. 8V, at 8. contr., Mrt. rnrl Alvra. SECOND Tenor, Itlllann Van llnose. Erg. Concert, Basso. Uavld ni.rham. Dec, 80, at 8. Full Chorus by Oratorio Society. Reserved Beats, tSr. toStt. Boxes, SID and 01 S. Now ou sale at box offlee. AMERICAN f. Vi8H' "Tacked houses; a completely eatUfactory repre sentation, and the audience enjoyed It beyond a doubt." sun. CASTLE SO. OPERA CO. UtTsts.) In a sumptuously brilliant revival of QUEEN'S LACE HANDKERCHIEF. Sat. Mat.. 8,85c., BOc. Wed. Mat.. 85c. Evgs.. 8;16. ruTlnr lower floor, 7BV, 1st bale, BOc.l 8d avniinc. bale. SBc. (Opera chairs an elevatora.) Jan. 8-ILTROVATORE In English. Bests now ready. .ME.vnrti.HSoiix hai,i. One Tl, (Tl)K,OAV A'T- AT a' aT GUILMANT. ReCltal Vocalist, lime. Oalv. EMMA JUCH. Res. Seats, 11,80, at Schutierth's, auil at hall. Direction: The Henry Wolfsohn Musical Bureau. EMPIRE THEATRE. STs.l,D illK SSo. CUARLES FROIIMAN Manager Last a Nights Last Two Matinees. MlTIXKItl ItKIIKIOAV Jt NtTIIItntV. MR. JOHN DREW In Sy ney Grundy's adaptation from the French. A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE. JAS. 4-EUPIRE THEATRE COMPANY. First Play. The Conquerors, by Paul H, Potter, : g) TIME TABLE. Hniiii 7 11A.M World In Wax New Groups .. 1.8.4,5. Cinematograph-New Views FIlTN '2's0- Hungarian land Conerrta. LUtll S.Marlnnetti'SChrlstmssl'antomlme niimrr beauty and tie beast. llll l.rr 6 and li). Cinematograph 8d Series IIIUULb (,.30. Hungarian Band Concerts, Attractions. l- Tlll's Hoal Marionettes in HUMPTY DUMPTY. To-day every chl d gets Palmer Cox's Brownie book. KfP 1 TirrcContlnuous Performance. (fa U B II C 85c., BOc. Noon to 1 1 P. M. JO KI'll IIAIIT In "The Qnle- Irtr. I.ni," Assisted by CARRIE DEMARt NORTHERN TROI'PE. HAYES AND LYTTON, PRE88ELDRIDUE. TIIORNE AND CARI.ETON, KINOBLEY SISTERS, METROPOL ITAN TRIO. Many others. Qreat Bill. tr ALL THIS WEEK-Doorsopen at 11:4.1 A. M. da'ly to accommodate the Holiday crowds. SATUR DAY (New Year's Day) doora open at 0 A.M. 1 4th STRE ET 'RKiy.'rWv asSfKst. 2nd Big Month Tte "New BoucU-AiiTf." ANDREW MACK. "Most entertaining- Holiday attraction In town." An lrJshCenteman. JQR inil Broadway & 30th ft. I Mats. Wed. E3IJUU, Evet.8:15. Sat. 8:15. iwfl A H Tllnl'LT TO SEE IRWIN -i&l ST. NICHOLAS oolll .,T. AuAlt COLUMUUS AV. Clintnplonshlp Hockey match Wednesday, Deo. .,ft .toll f UnKluvniihrifW V V A . P. KNICKERBOCKER, cMtIst. POSITIVELY LAST WEEK. N.C.GOODWIN-AN AMERICAN CITIZEN Evenings at E:80. Mat. bat. 8:18. NEXT WEEK, JULIA MARLOWE. (rlritw.sk) AS YOU LIKE IT. BEATS ON SALE THURSDAY. ACADEMY lsV.-iSd Irving Place. E. O. Qltmur Eug ne Tompklnt, Propr. t Mgr. TI1K TXS.H. IV Tlir IT. "THE WHITE HEATHER." Management Charles Fionman. The grandest production In America. MATS. WED. AND NEW YEAR'S, 8. EVE.. 8:18. GARRICK THEATRE. .'V".?: Iloyt & McKe-. Lesees. I Charles Frohman, Manager. Matinees Wednday and S turdar. MISS MAUDE ADAMS In J. M. IlKriletUirattorori y, JTHE LITTLE MINISTER. H Cn A I r SQUARE THEA. B'way and 8Btbat RKAbU Cnu- K Evans, Trop. Eves. at8:18. PIOP'C Pro lu. Hon of ths Mats. Wed. "V Frlslcv Novelty, land SM.. 8:18. THE FRENCH MMd MONDAY. JAN. 81, IIA.NDaOMK bOUVL.NiltS. kiinHa Tun 4 frt It It Tnrros-smll Ksw T.Mitlir GARDEN THEATRE. 2tMSS2- fUC BOMETniNO NF.W 111. TO LAUUH AT. Hi 1 P V TANNEHILL COMEDY, n Ibl MAKIEJANEN. ll UC FRANK TANNEI1II.L, JR., flll ndi AND COMPANY. HOYT S THEATRE. EVgs. 8:so'.' "Mats. 8:15'. HOYT ft MoKEE Proprietors I.ABT HVE unyTtC LAST NIQHT3. HOTT'5 SAT. MAT. A STRANGER IN NEW YORK xt dlonday Ward and Vokei lu The Oovemon " BROADWAY Broadwaj Theatre THEATR . Opera Company 'Stirring sonsr and In U Koran A bm1th i..Y'S.Ktf.'THE HIGHWAYMAN. ULfAl I AfIiT'C Evenings at 8:18. WALLAlliV 9i Mats. Wed. ft Bat. at 8. LAhT FIVE N10I1T8 A WARD OF mAWCE. Jan. 8 Charles Fmhman presents tha new Comedy Drama, "TUB BALT OF THE EARTH." SUAPIIM Uthav. andSSdst. Begins 8:15. I wlaPIInN DANIEL FROIIMAN.. ..Msnager ILs UQ.UIVI I Matinees Thursday and Bat. Ihe Princess The Bulteillv. ACTAD'C rovTiMUoun rfto lUtl O piiitroitTiAitcB. litiau to 11 I. .tl. Seats no and no oeiita. Johnst.ni llenaett and Ueo. W. lalle( Gu. Williams, Irra. frankll.. lw Hawhlna. CaaHeld Jt C'arleton. K0STEE & BIAL'S. ftlTailZ- L'SslWme. ANNA HELD C1IAIIVIIOV-1IIB m:ai ox. This week only-CHA8.) Km Met OV. IYR ATJTl "KU483I1ST. ft H I Matinees UIVrlMU mii'HE, BTIIAV. P.M. Wed. ft Sat. AUOUbTUB P1TOU Losscaand Managsr THE RAYS, IN Al0T OUTIME' UAMUATTflM Evgs. 8:18. Mats! Wed. ftSat.,8ils. uni.Mi.i ioi., l'mresslonsl Mat. Thursday, EmptodUucioS.,0E'8 I THE BALLET GIRL. BOth perf. of Tho Ballet GIN, Jan 81. Souvenirs. WEBER & FIELDS' SEJ.JSSsI . .. , . " In her famous dances. In Olio FILBON and ERROL aud JNO, E, DREW. Kth Af .T."EiTllE- B'way 88thst. l , KDW1N KJ.OWLE8 ...Manager CIIAtii.Kti S'lMJiiLtx luthe great anoceas, rilK ItOVAI, IIIIX. Even'ngi at 8:88. Matluees Wed and Hat at 8 P. M UASIJVll ! . "ecoud Tim. To-night I ' nai-vj . The Telepnunr Ulrl, The Paris Musical Buroers. Introducing Mr. Iui .VI nun and Mls Clam Llomaa. iiaiim:m oij:it,t iflUHi:. ChEa?-Fhftm.Mn''.o'my. " NEVER AGAIN." I 1ST Corbett- VERISCOPE i OA LAO I Flltilmmons "Jouah"Theatre, IU1 Ucru (Carson city B'way ft 8Ulu at., Cnntecuth e TICCKiContest at 8. 8, ft II P. M. I'erform'ncs SANTA CLAUS MATINEES DAILY, FREE TOYS I iioitis I 48d st., near Broadway. Urrat Mil, tlTlill Immense Holiday Attractions. CIHCtS. y I Tel. 8U88 3Bth. V8, 60. COLUMBUS KLONDIKk ATin At hits. Mats. Wed. ftBst linl. ISr. l flU IIU people, Ilig Frnductlon. Illal, US.-. vJ I rtSlI .vlias l-IIII.AIIHLI'ai.t. Illrr. aur. "" llttlMU l'l.'i: IIIKil'IIK Aftern. Hrprlce Mat., "WILLIAM TELL." Erg, julleUopacsy lnBup's "MQDEL," 3UiUinery .and grfissmahitifi. SEAL O ARMENTS.-Flne furs made to order l model ling old gairrunts a specialty I pnea rsasouable. 1 UaiuUUfa. lit W. 8.th It. (JUU of autftu, BUl ST 4 Thermometer and Barometer IWIORE certain than the aV weather forecasts of Old Probabilities are the trade indications of our daily Store News. After Christmas comes a period of Trade Agita tion. Goods of many sorts find their wav to the retail market under peculiar cir cumstances. Prices flutter. This is true in the most prosperous times. The most unusual incidents oc cur in the largest concerns. We handle great quantities of goods at this season always do. Therefore, intelligent people will follow our store talk. It's good reading good because it pays the reader. The True Story J will tax be of Some Jackets. isX down with full knowledge of its value. It's all about 250 Women's Coats and a wonderful tale it is. As a trade loss to the maker of the jackets, it ought to furnish as interesting reading as an account of a fire but the jack ets are beautiful, new, without a tinge of any compromise but the prices. Then, too, the salvage is all yours. Like the Chinaman's severed queue it is a tale in two parts. First. Concerning one-half 125 coats. The prices of exact copies of these jackets were JS19-50 to $27.50. The stuffs are kerseys of various hues black, navy blue, brown and green. Tailoring such as people pay much for in be i spoke garments runs through all the lot, ana tne styles are at tne top-notcn ; of fashion. The late season demand is for shorter jackets these meet it. Among them are high button fly fronts, inlaid collars, close fitting backs, full Russian blouse fronts, high collars, fur-edged collars, and if there are any up-to-latest-date points not to be found among these jackets, the dress authority does not know what they are. The linings are satin, taffeta rich and varied. And the chief point is this: Ten Dollars. The Other Part. It concerns the residue 125. And it's just as re markable as the first part, only the plane differs. Kerseys in black, blue, cadet, green, drab, also black boucle. Thev too are the equals of the first part jackets in style, but the prices have been 10 to 516. And their chief point is Six Dollars. ' An old merchant tailor critic looks over these goods and asks, " How these things an be ?" A cloak man from another city gazes and says, " If 1 were to offer such coats at such prices at home they would think 1 was preparing to fail." Take all this seriously and get your share in the savings. Second floor, n There was a busy hum all Y a yesterday about the tables Goods. at which the remnants of holiday Dress Goods were being sold and it was perfectly natural, for they were forty per cent, off from the lowest piece prices. Twenty-five hundred remnants neatly ticketed with quantities and prices at the start. Being numerous, the chance did not vanish in a single day. . It wasn't speculation but demand that cleared the market of French Worsted Poplin. We hadn't them no more did our neighbors. But our nimble Dress Goods folks were quickest and here they are six colors, two grays and one orown, two Diues ana one green, at eighty-five cents, 38 inches. If you are on the waiting Poplin list, come and strike off your name to-day. Berkeley Percalines black. Bought them all to close, and therefore they are no longer 20 cents but 12a cents. There is some rustle to them and they are moired. Rotunda and Fourth avenue, Wnmn'c There is no room in our Women s shoe store for lines of Shoes, shoes in which sizes are broken. And that explains the varied bunch of Shoe goodness now collected here at $1.90 a pair. They are not chaff but it's a chaff price. Stock winnowing. Pnhhr.f Reports have already ituuucr fem made of our t Overshoes, purchase of Rubber Overshoes, and the cheapness at which we have been selling them. 1 50 cases a mere retailing trifle went astray, and wc have just got possession ot 1. IiMmmiIi, I Hli..,...iini..l themjust In the nick of time. After a srtowstorm rubpers. They are all low cut no storm overshoes inthe lot Men's, 25 Cents. Women's. 15 Cents. All first quality. How,' does It happen ? . Fourth avenue and Klntn street, ,. rhino Sixteen Dinner n. cmn.a. Sets. In, each a Dinner Ware, piece or two broken, and with hardly an exception the missing pieces are unimportant. They are to go quickly. If half the pieces were gone the prices would be fair, for they are only one-half. 8 Porcelain Sets . $10, were 20 ( tf, were $13 $6.50, were $u N $4, were $8 l German China Set $10.75, were $21.50 7 French China Sets $15, were $30 $1 3.75, were $27.50 $30, were $60 $14.25, were $28.50 $21.25, were $4X50 N "We are Seven." France, Ger many, England and America mingle in our little croup. And we must part because only one set of a sort I remains. You would have paid one half more for either before Christmas. And that's our tale of woe. But it will be fun for the fortunate buyers. All complete and perfect. 3 French China Sets $33, were $50 $20, were $30 $19, were $28.50 1 German China Set $15, were $22.50 3 Porcelain Sets, American and English, $8, were $12 $9, were $14 $13, were $20 Basement. Flannelette 00 sowns ,or t; ' sleeping gowns for Uowns. chilly rooms. They are ample in width, and so very cheap that none can complain of dis comfort. The material varies in qual ity with the price; the trimmings make the principal diversity in cost but they are all pretty. At 50c In light stripes, made Aith yoke back and front, turnover collar, ruffle on sleeves. Same style, better quality, 75c. At $1 In stripes, yoke back and front; turnover collar edged with torchon lace ; tied at neck with ribbon. At $1.25 In fancy stripes; round double yoke edged with narrow insertion; turn over collar and cuffs. At $1.50 In light stripes, yoke back, bishop front; sleeve and neck trimmed with ruffle of satin ribbon ; bow In front. Second floor. Fourth avenue. Suits for S,ZES are for boys of 31 Biff Bovs t0 35 chest, arid there Dig Doyb. are eighty-five suits. The boy ,that gets one will be lucky, and the boy's father ail credit his boy's account with a sum that will vary between $3 and J55.50, as that represents the saving. Cheviots of many sorts, plain and fancy. They go at Eight Dollars a suit. They were variously up to $13.50. Second floor. German Hartz Mountain Canary Vnrnlicfa Birds- Tne air in our vocansw. basement trembles and vibrates with bird songs. If you hear the birds you'll want one. The price, $1. 50 ; the cage 50c and upward. Basement. A Priv'lprrp Eac" member ,. privilege of ,he Wana. that Few Accept. maker History Club is allowed ten days to examine I the set, which is delivered complete on payment of One Dollar. If dis satisfied, the set may be returned and the dollar is refunded. The fact that only a very small number avail them ' selves of this privilege is best possible proof of the value of this ereat his tory. Such letters as the following are coming in from all over the United States. St Louis, Mo. John Wanamaker, Dear Sir:" It Is with pleasure I enclose first payment on your ' History of the World.' it Is magnificent. When John Wanamaker advertised a bargain I expected a bargain, hence my ordering the work without seeing sample pages, but I did not expect such an exquisite work. I cannot express too strongly my appreciation of the value and beauty of the volumes. I value them second to no other work in my library." Yours truly, R. D. Tompkins. You will some day feel the need of this greatest of all histories. Buy it now, while you can share in the benefits we have ob tained from the publishers. I Write us for specimen pages and Illustra tions or call to-day and let us show you the books. Tbe Book Store, Ninth street. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart 8c Co. Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts. waimuoitDoa qjimcikbit. New. 7h upright S2&0 7 monthly Uordou, small slit 1100 to monthly Oordon. medium else SI 00 SO monthly Oordon, laritistze SI 75 Sn monthly Weber, medium site S260...,.S10 monthly Items. S3. Oordon. 139 Bill av bet. SOtu and 81st sts. WALTERS PIANOS. 1 05, 1 07 W. 33D ST.,,,1.?. 76 new and used planoa, S35 up. Open Hat, eve'gs. 105,"u7 W. a ltd st., Broadway andut" av. Junction. 7Dnsw and used planus, Sa up. Open 8st. evenings. PIANOS AT7ACT0RY PRICES. No matter which piano you lutended buylug, see the HA.TIIUBUKK bON and get their prices and terms, which we guarantee hotter than any other bouse or dun't want your trade, PAOTORY AND WAKEItOOMH, 012 and Bat West sothst., near lltbavM,Y, city. No store lu New York. AFICW used pianos. cbeapinew pianos S3 monthly t eachanged. rvand. CU1UBTMAN. 10 Esst Uth st. BAHOAIN8 atb'ln upright pianos almost newi nnlshed li ..luut. oak. mahogany, and ebonyi from SIOOupi delivered tree, with eovrr and stood a veral avcond hand tlanoa from SBO uin fully war rantedi open evsulngs until Jan 1. WHITNEY & CO.. US west 183CU st.. near Leuus av. IJEAUTIFUI, uprlghrplanos. S03 Klschrr. SllOi i) melnwav, sutti Weber, I50. WINTEltltOTlI, 103 East 14th st . open erenlugs. LA ROE" assortment. sllghtlylTtedTsoO toSlVBirent S3lmal Installments. Ouvrler Bros.. IBB. Uth at. I) ELI A11LK Connor pianos, second band, SUBi rent XV tng, exchanging, repairing! open evenings. A East 4Wd st. STF.I.NWAY 1-lanoi, SI 05. So monthly) upright, bar gain! full'Slxo siiuares. S7B. wTsHNF.II. Ho East Htbst. ri'EK Ul-ltMHTrt, slightly uiedT S176 eachi two up JL rights, Sltloi low rentals. WIBHNEI1. B3u Fultou st .Brooklyn. JPauuts. I)ATENT8 for Inventions procured promptly! low rates. HOEbEB IIKIEBEN, 8U Nassau St., N. Y. Established 1851, Ilatunla. Bend for Investors' Oulde. free. Edxar Tate . Co, rltSUU.rs,iiB Broadway. Nsw York. li Mi1iiiji(ri-ii ,.., ,,,,1 tArtm,,, , . i a., t . iBitraatlg, "AMIRIOA'S QKEATK8T ftArLROAB." (efjtral ' ft HUDSON MVER r. a THE FOUR-TRACKTRUNK LINE. Dinner limb to niaoaiu vm.iv. All through trains stop at Albany, titles, Syracuse, noebester and llurrato. Trains leave, Orand Central Station, 4 Bd street and Fourth avenue, as follows! 8 .DA A. M. Dally, except Bunder, The famous iOU ES1PIHB STATE ExVlUCSM, LIMITED. Fattest tian In the world. Due UuSalo at 4:4B 1'. it., Niagara Falls 5:55 P. M., Toronto 8:25 1 M. This train Is limited to lu seating capacity. Connects at Uttca for Adlroedaok Llounta ns and Montreal. 8, 1 (Z A. M. FAbT MAIL, Dally For l'oughkerp .'XU sle, Albany. Utlca, Hyracuse, Hochceter, Iluf f a o N sgara rails and Cleveland. 1 rt.nn A" M.-N0RTH SHONE LIMITED, Dally JLVJ.UU 14-hour train to Chicago via Hlchlgan Cen tral route, Due Buffalo H40 P. M., Niagara Falls 030 r M.. Chlce.ro UiOO A. M. Carries sleeping and drawing room oars only, 1 fi.Qfi A. M -DAY EXPRESS, except Sunday XUiOU For Mllibrook. Cauklll Mountains, and all miHirtant New York State points. 1.nfl P. M.-SOUTHWESTEllN LIMITED. Dally UU For Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and t, Louis. Mops at Pouithkeepsle, I.fifi ! M. CHICAGO BPECIAL, Dally-For De iUU trolt, Cleveland, Toledo, and Chicago. Stops at IVughkeepile and Scheua tady. 3 .Oft P. M.-THOY AND ALBANY SPECIAL, tx OX? cept Sunday For Oarrlaon'a (West Point), I'oughkeepsle, Albany, and Troy. er.nrt . m lake siiokk limited, naiiv ai. O.Uly hour train to Chicago, via Lake Shore route. DueClev land 7:15. Toledo 10:06 A. M., Chicago 4 P.M. Tola train connects at Cleveland for Cin cinnati, due 4:5B P.M., and at Toledo for St. Louts, due 10:16 P. M., duo Kansas City next morning. Carries sleeping and drawing room cars only. 6 .AH !" M.-WE8TERN EXPRESS. Dally-For Nl UU agara Falls, Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit. Chi cago. Cincinnati, aud St. Louis. 6, sir P. M. NUHTIIEHN EXPIIESS, Dally For .J Troy. Platuburg, liurlluxtqn. Montreal, and, 'ept Saturday nights, Ottawa'. 7 .Of. V. M.-BDFFALO SPECIAL. Dally-For Adl .OV rondack Mountain points and MoutreaL via UtKa, Rochester, Duffalo, Nlarara Falls, Toronto, Cleveland. India apolls, St. Louis, und Chicago 9 .flfl p- M. SPECIAL LIMITED MAIL, Dally JU (sleeping car passengers only) For points on rail Drook Railway, via Lyons, aud for Rochester, RuffHlo, Cleveland, Indianapolis aud St. Louis. 9.1 JT P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Dally-For Svra- AsJ ome, Oiwego, Wntertown, Osdensbunr. Duf. falo, Niagara Palis, Cleveland, Toledo, Chlcairo, and, except Suudays, for Cape Vincent and the Auburn road. 1 9.1 fi SIOIIT MIDNIOllT EXPRESS. Theatre -Li.JLv1 train for Chicago and prlnolpal points on tne .New Yurk Central every night except buuday nights. Sunday nights Chicago sleepers leave on 0:16 train. Otio A.M. and amn P. M Dally, except Sunday, to Plttslleld, via Harlem Division. Ditto A. M hundaya only to Plttslleld and tbe Berk shire Ullls. via tho Harlem Division "ALL NIOIIT" TRAINS TO YONKERS. "All night " trains run between ISSth at. and points on the Putnam Division aa far a Yonkrrt. In connec tion with the elevatod road. The only Hue running "all night " trains out of New York. Wagner Palace Cars on all through trains. Trains Illuminated with Plntsch light. Tickets and Wasner offices at Orand Central Sta tion. 1 18, 801, 413 Broadway. 31 tait 14th St., U43 Broadway, H35Columbusar., (ll West lUSthat.. 125th at. station, and 188th st. station, New York: 3.IS and 7S0 Fultuust. anc 106 Broadway. E. D , Brooklyn. Telephone "H780 Thirty-eighth street "for New York Central Cab Service. Baggage checked from hotel or residence by the Westoott Expres- Company. JOHN M. lOL'CEY, OEOROE II. DANIELS. General Manager. General Passenger A gent. Pennsylvania STATIONS foot ui u.t . vui-tu.ru ..trem and Dev brosse and Cortlandt btrcets. ta7"The leaving time from D. sbroases and Cortlandt Streets Is ten tumults later than that given lelow for Twenty-third s treet btallon. lino a. 31. FAST MAIL. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car New York to Pittsburg. Skepluic Car Pittsburg to Chicago. No coai hes to Pittsburg. ISO A. .11. FAhT LINE. Pittsburg and Cletelftnd. OllO A. M. PENNSYLVANIA UMIrED. Pullman Compartment Sleeping. Dining, smoking, and Ou aervatton Cars. For Chicago, Clctetaud, Toledo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville, St. Louis. llOOf. M. CHICAOO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. For Nashville (via Cincinnati!. Chicago, ht. Louis. Bino !. .11. WKbTERN EXPRESS. . or Cleveland, Chicago. For Toledo, except SnturJuy. io l. SI. SOUTHW I.STr.RN EXPRESS For Pitts burg, Cincinnati. lualanuuiis, Ht. Luuts. iisii r. ji. pacific express. For l'lttsuurgana Chicago. Connects tor Cleveland, except Saturday. I MlllO P. Jl. MAIL AND EXPRESS. Pullman llumt Sleeping Car New York to Altooua, Lost Liberty, Pittsburg, and points West, dully, except Sunday. No coaches. ISAHIIIWTOX AMI THE SOUTH. 7:50. R:0, V.20, 0:30 (Dining Car), 1 0:50 A. SI.. 12:30. 1:50 (3:80 "Congres.lonai Lim.." alt Parlor and Dining Cars), 4:2u (Din ng Carl, 4:5u (Dining Car), S:3u p. M., U-03 night. Sunday, H:iiO, v.-iu. 10:50 A. M. (DUO -'Cougressional Llm.." all Parlor and DlnlugCara), 4:20 llnulug Car;, 4:50 (Dining Car), 8:50 1'. M., 12:05 night. SOUTHERN RAILWAY.-Express, 4:20 P. JI., 18:03 nlgut daily. ATLATIO COAST LINE. Express, 0:20 A. M. and R:nO P. 31. dally. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.--4:30 P. 31. dally. FOR OLD POINT COMFOKT and NORFOLK. 7:50 A. M. woek U ys and 7:10 P. M. dally. ATLANTIC CIT1' 1:20 P. 31. neek days (Desurosses and Cortlandt stro. ts 1:40 P.3L). Through Bullet Parlor Car an J Combined Coach. CAPE JIAY. 1:2U P.M. week das (Desbrosses and Crtlanilt Streets 1:40 1'. 31.). Long Branch, Anbury Park (Interlukcn, Sundays). Ocean Grove, aud Point PKasant (Irom West Ttvouty-thlrd Slroet stution), t:J0. il:5u A.M., 11:20, 4:50, 11:10 P. 31. Sundays, H.JO A. M., 4:50 P 31. (from Drsbrojsi-s and Cortlandt streuta). 0:10 A.M.. 12:10. UUO, 3:10, 11:50 1'. M. Sundays, U:43 A. M., 0:15 P. II. von Litipi.riiis.. 0:10. 7:20, 7:60, 8.20, H: 0. b:20 (U:50 Penna. Lim ited), 0:60 (DlnlngCar). 10:30, 11:50A M . 12:50, 1:60, 2:30, 3:50, 4:20, 4:20 (DlnlugCar;. 4:50 (Dining Car). 6:50 (Dining Carl, 7:40, :50 P. 31.. 12:03 nluht. Sundays. 0.10, 7:30, S:20. t:30. UxiO. 0.60 (Limited), 0:50, 10:50 A. M . 1:30 iD.nlngCar). 3:50, 4:20 (Dining Car), 4:30 (Dining Car), 6:50 (Dining Car), 7:40. B:50 P. 31., 12:05 night. Ticket offices Nos. 401, 044. 1100, 1323, 111. and 201 Broadway! 1 Aator IIoums! West Twentythlrd Street station, and statloua foot of Desbro.ses and Coruandt stnrts: 4 Court street. i-OO Fulton Street, OS Broadway, and Brooklyn Annex Station. Brooklyn: btutlon, Jers.y City, Hi New York Transfer Compauy will coll for and iheck tiaggago from hut Is and r sldences through to ileatlnatlon. J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. R WOOD. Oeneral tlanager. Qeneral Paaa'r Agent. Ulfl.AtVAltlt, Lsi;HtWA3ltt tVtSTEIl.V It. It. Statlona In IVew Varb. rot of llstrclsiy and Chrlatapher Nla. vctTinui.n TitAiit'. riiLMUK uipurr Mill, I'IMMII IKillT. Direct route to Newark, Bloomfleld, Montclalr, the Oranges, summit, Bcrnardavllle, Basulng Rtdg . 3Iad l.on, Morrlstown, Ps-alc, Pat raon. Boontou, D.,ver, 6tanhope, Newton, Budd'a Lake, Lake Iloputrnng, llackettsiown, Schoolcy's 31ountiln, Va.hlngton, Phllllpsburg. Eaaton, Water Gap. stroudsburg, Pocouo Mount.tlu,bcrauton, Pittston.WltkisbaiTe, Nuutlcuke, Danvl le, Northumberland, Montroie, Blnuhaiutou, Oxford, Norwich, Watrrvllle, Utlca, Rlrhlleld Niirlngs, Corllabd, Syracuse, 0v eo, Ithaca, Owego, l.lmlra, Corning, Bath, Dans HI , Buffalo, aud all points West, Northwest, and Southwest. OiOO A. M, Blngbamton Mall, Stops at principal atatlona. loioo A. .11. (Cafe car) Buffalo, Scranton, Ding. bamton, Owego. Ithaca, Elmlra. Uttca. Syracuse, and Oswego Express. Pullman buffet parlor cars. Connecting at Buffalo with trains for Chlcsgoaud polnu West. lioo p. BI. Soranton. Blnghamton and Elmtra Express. Pullman buffet parlor cars. 4ioo I. Itt. Soranton, Wl keabarni, and Plymouth Express. Pullman buffet purlnr cars. Vioo p. n. (Dally) Chh ago Vestibule Limited Ex. press for Scranton, Blngbamton, Elmlra, Buffalo. Pullman buffet sleeping ar Now York to Chicago. Dining car west of Buffalo ctlOO p. .11, (Dally) Buffalo Express. Pullman alei-pera for Scranton, Blngbamtnn, F.lmlra, Hath. Jit. Morrla, and Buffalo, arriving Buffalo A. M. OHIO I". m, (pally) Buffalo, scranton, Bingham ton, Owego, Ithaca, Elmlra, Syracuae, Dtlca, and Oswego Express. Pullman buffet aleepera. Ticket and Pullman accommodatlutis at Henry Qaro ftSona', Ltd., 113 Broadway, 14 Park place, und 42U Broadway and V42 Broadway. Tickets at ferry ata tlona. Ill 4th av oor. 12th St., HI Weal 125lhat.,2U3 Columbus av New York;3:tSand 723 Fulton t and 10H Broadway, Brooklyn. Time tables giving full In formation at all stations. Westcott's Express Company will call tor and check baggage from hotel or residence tu destination. ERIE RAILROAD. Through train, leavu New YuraV foot of Chambers at., as follows, and tlvo minutes earlier from West 83d -l t 9,fr l. SI Vestlbuled Express dally for Ring UU hamton, Waverly, Elmlra, Buffalo, Bradford, a r c. Buffalo H P M. Parlor car to Buffalo 2 .fifl " eatllviii-d limited Fast mall dally. AJU mild train tor Oalcago, arrives Cleveland 7:10 A, il , Chicago 6 P. M. Sle. pers to Chicago, Cleve land and CIu. innatl. Dining Car. 7 .'J A ' M. Buffalo and Cleveland Vrstlbuled lOJ Expr.-as dally, arrives at Buffalu 7:05 A, M., Brwtiord 7H7 A, U..Jameaiowu 7:00 A. M., Cieve laud I2:B0 P. M, (bleepers to Buffalo and Clovrlandl, making direct connection fur Detroit, Chicago, and the Weat. Cafe Library Ca.-. 8. A FT ' DI. solid Iraln to Chicago. Sleepers to ,-iO Hornellsvllle, Chicago, and Cincinnati. Dlu lug Car. e. riUCKETS. LOCAL TIME CARDS, VASD PULWIAN J- ACCOMMODATIONS, at 111, 118, 2N1. 401, aud 057 Broad way, 127 Bowery, 160 East 123th St., and 81 Weat 123th St.. Chamber, and Weat 2!ld st, ferries. New York: 333 and 720 Fultou st. ion Broadway, Brooklyn! 2011 Hudson at., Huboken, and Jersey City etatluu, Weatt'ult'a Express calls for and coeeks bag gage from hotels aud restdene s to deatlnattoiu BALTIMORE". OHIO. Leave New York, Whitehall Terminal, houtli Ferry, and foot of Liberty street. Dally. lExoept Sunday, ISnndays, CHICAGO. MiliO A. Mi:00P, 31 . uml 12:15 night, PirrsBURO, MldO A. 3I.,3:23P 31 , 2:b0 P. M., 12:13 night (4-.I0A. 31 Liberty st only) CINCINNATI, ST, I.OUIH,IO;UO A. 31 . '11:35 P. M. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. t;:35, lO.UU (Diner), 11:30 A, M (Dlnur), 2:0 (Diner), 13:25 (Diner), 4:56 (Diner), 't-.ir, p, 31 . aud ii:l!i night. NORFOLK. tlll30 A. M. NEW ORLEANS (through sleeper), 13 2.1. W. 00 P. M. All train, are Illuminated with I'luUvh light omoesi 118. 172, 281, 434, 1140 Broadway, 81 East 14ih at, 127 Bowery, N, Y i 3J0. 311 Fulton at, Brooklyn! Whitehall Terminal. Baggage cbecked from bote! or residence to deitlnatloa. West Fourteenth Street. WM eLEARING SALES THIS WEEK ' m Our great Holiday sales have naturally caused accumula- pJH tlons Selling them slowly or carrying thirn to another- )M year is not our way of business big cuts in prices do the 'PI,? work at once goods quickly sold clear the way for new Jn merchandise that January brings in quantities hence, . sUm These Quick Selling Prices lm DRESS GOODS RUGS AMD CEiNtRE CARPETS fl This wttk'i etusrtunltles will be msny Ifyeu vint te Ireihen up reem with a new ruf 5lH ercsrtrt you have opportunity le buy this week, it 'nP Th.PcSr.!strffecU,wortb.S0 19 ! tb.n ,.u .III find ih, a.m. e.wh. re-L.. All Wool Tailor Cloths and Checks end tomp.rt, ., C ; also Cheviot Twills usually .St) 24 Smyrna Bugs 7 feet Ions , . Medallion centre, In bright colorings BO Inch Tailor Clothe or subdued effeot In old Blue. full assortment of colon Bu oolden Brown and Uose 3.00 Fluo Imported Henrtettu Just think of that prlco for street and evening shades 30 arug 2'ayards lon. 'ij Large variety of Turanian nng look like Smyroas j? Novelty Sultlngs-mott desirable stylts 30 and like them tk ravrrslble-prln- "1 clpally Turkish and Oriental design 41 Inch Storm Serges-colors and blsok 40 nft.long 6,wlde 18tKs 6.38 40 inch Poplin Plaids- lOijft. lone 74 ft. wide i styles.. . 0.60 old throughout the eeuon at 7ScenU 40 laft.long Qft.wlde laatyles 12,6a t. nandsomo Silk and Wool Plaldst worth 1.00 .75 We have an Immense assortment of small mig.- I h.um.vu.o Moquette, Wlltou, Smyrna aud Japamae. in re j markably pretty atylea and colorlugs. 4 IN MISSES' DEPARTMENT 47 cent, to i.ob. ?' ... . Other Rugs of all styles, qualities and sl:es this week, balance or ., THE BERNARD LEVtJ i. CO.'S Prtcert that cannot be hettered. In rut. we sever fall to suit customers who an Stock or prepared for Immediate purchase. s MISSES' JACKETS, FrjR RQGS ADD MOUNTED SKIrtS. 19 GIRLS' REEFERS and LONG COATS Tlger.Cat, Wolf and rax 2.08 to 0.50 - Kl .. Thoroughly cured and l.nedl iffl and CHILDREN'S WALKING COATS " W Bluell Carpet Sweepers H Bought at Half Regular Prices 1 hardwood. Uretclasitn every way 1.7. $M Misses' Jackets 2.08 to 16.08 Art , f'W, 0,r,'e.fer. 2.08 . S "" "lra '" '" 4 oins-Longcoau 4.08 JlT7T ' TABLE CLOTHS AND SCARFS K worth B.00 to 19.00 .' JM Little Children's Coats 1.08 to 26.00 , Hemstltcli German Damask jflM worth a.SO to 49.00 Tea Cloths yds. sijuare 1.00 'J German Linen Lunch Cloths 2Hi yds. long ' B ThU 1. the way we'll close out r.cy borders-frlnfed 1 round 70 jM HreM Length, and .ccumu.atlon. of WVgU - WASH DRESS FABRICS Double Satin Damaak Lunch . I2h cent Flanneletle, 6' Cloths-SH, ydlong-knot fringe , B.98 IS cent Duck Suitings 64 Extra Heavy Double Damask ' IS cent French bateens 0 Dinner Cloths S"j yds. long 1.00 ,S 15 cent French nmck Sateen. 74 ,,,.,, Potnl Bttr,tu sc. 12H, cent sanitary Flannels. 5 ji,,d.. long-were 1.S8 60 " lZtj cent yard wide French Percales G'4 jg 10 cent Indigo Blue Dress Cambrics 3Ta S Inch Irish Point Square. 69 ID cent Scotch and French Gingham. 74 Fine Morale Linen Scarta I 8 cent Dress Cambrics best.tylee JJ'a li;, yds." long-knot fringe 40 hU A1, 20 Inch Itcoalssance Squares linen centre... .79 ,B a full line of fancy new woven Flannels, extra , I m heavy nap, made to sell at ten cents S50 etyles Renaissance Scarts-llnen centre- j '. 6 cents per yard. liayds.Iong 8.08 M No Liquors, No Groceries, No Drugs, Sold in Our Stores IB Lehigh Valley System. Station, tout ot West 23d St. (Penn R. It.), Cortlandt or Desbrosses at. Indicate, time from West !Sd Bt. Other figure, .how time from Cortlandt or Dethrossf. St, Hliio. Otto A.M. dally (Sunday 0:4&. 7 1. JI.) for MAUCU CHUNK and Intermodule stations. 7 1 O.I. Mlltt A. M. dally for WILKSBARRB, &CRA.NTON (week days). ELMIKA (week dayal, ITHACA, OENEVA. ROCHESTER. BUFFALO, NI AGARA FALLS, and the WM and principal local points; dining car an I chair car to ilurtalo. i ll ISO, IUiOU noon dally, exoept buuday. " IHi.VCIC DIAMOND EXPUK8S." Arrive. Duffalo 0:55 P. M. Pullman Vestibule Day Coaches aud Parlor Cars. Dining Car Service. Meals a la carte. Connects at Duffalo with through sleeper, to Detroit aud Chicago. lumo. tuiao P. II. dally, except Sunday, for MAUCI1C1IUNK aud Intermediate point.. IMtno. IKS P.M.. Sundays only, for EASTON, ilAUCH CIIU.SK. and the coal branches. Ii'jw, li4i P. M. dally, except Sunday, for WILKESBARUE. PITTSTON. 8CRASTON. and prin cipal Intermediate atatlona. Connects for all polnu lu cAal regions: chair oar for Wllkesbarre. moo, 4ilo P. JI. dally, exce I Sunday, for WILKESBAltRE. P1TTSTON, SCRANTOII, and prin cipal Intermediate sutloru. Connects for all point. In coal regions! Pullman lluffet Parlor Car for I Wl keabarre. . . oi5). 4i90 P. M. dally, except Sunday, for MAUCII CHUNK and Intermediate station.. Chair cartoDethlehem. . . . 4i30, ana pJI.dallr for EASTON and Inter. medtats stations. Ditto, hoop. M. dally for BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, and all points West. Pullman sleeper vesti bule train N. Y. to Chicago. Sleeper, to Buffalo and Toronto. xiUO, ajiito p. M. dally, except Sunday, stopping onlv at SOUTH PLA1NFIELD. EAsTON, BETHLE HEM. MAUCII CHUNK. L. t B. JUNCTION. HAVRE. tIENRVA. UOCIIEaTElt. BATAVIA. BUFFALO, and TOKONTO. I ulluiau sleeper for Uurfalo. None but i sleeping car passengers carried. No baggage carried. Hitt. Ol O P. U. dally for WILKLSBAltRK. ITHACA. UENEVA, ROCHESlElt, BUFFALO. Nl AGAKA FALLS, and all points West. Pullman sleeper to Ithaca. Additional local trains dally, except Sunday, far BOUND BROOK aud Intermediate points, leave aa follows: :0. 8:30. 10:20. 10:.,0. lu-.SD, I0:.'lo (Sundays onlv) A.M., 2:20, )t:U0, and voiZO, tJ:U0 P. M. Tlckfta and Pullman accommodations at UU. aOl. 2TJ. 355, 044, and IU1!3 Broadway, 111 E. 14th at., 151) E. lioth at., Iti7 Bowery. N. Y.: 800 Fulton at., 4 Court at.. OH B'way, and Brooklyn Annex, Brooklyn, N, Y. Transfer Co. will oall for and check baggage from hotel or reildenoe through to destination. New York and Boston All Rail. N. Y N. II. & II. R. It. aud connections. From Orand Central Station. Leave. By way of Due. OHIO A. L, Springfield and Worcester, 8:110 P. H. 10:0(1 A, M., ttNew London and Providence,!): 00 P. M. 10:03 A, M Ns London and Providence, 4i!3 P. M. ISM., bprlngneld and Worcester. 5:40 P.M. J l:uo P M Air Una and N. E. R. It , 00 P. M, 1 -.02 P, II., New Londou and Providence, 7:00 P. M. 8:00 P. M , Ncw Londou and Providence, 0:00 P. M. 4;(io P. M.,MprlnKn,dd and Worcester, 10:00 P. M. BiOO P, M., '.New London and Providence, 11:00 P.M. 11 too I. MSprlngneldand Worcester, Bill A.M. 12:00 P. M.; 'New Londou and Providence, 0;l!SA. M. Hunt dally. Including Sunday, ttuay State Limited: all parlor earn fare $7, In cluding parlor oar aeat. lAlrl.luu Limited! arrives at and departs from Park Square Matlou, Boston. Return tervloe same hour and by samu route. Through parlor and sleeping car. by each train. 0. T. HEMPSTEAD, Oen, Pass. Agent, rrun tmratro. AMERICAN LINE. NEW YOHK-bOUTHAMProN (Londun-Parls). Sailing every Wednesday at 10 A, M. BT. PAUL Dec . PARIS Jan. 10 hT. LOUIS Jau.B ST. LOUIS Jan.VB Nf.W YOIIK Jan. ts'NKW YORK Fe'. a RED STAR LINE TO ANTWERP. Sailing every Wednesday, Kenalngton.Dec.au, 10A M.ISuutbwark,,Jan, Vi, noon Wtstnland..,Jan, 5, noon'Bsrllii Jan, 10, noon INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. PiarsWand 15, North River, Offioo.o Bowling Green. TAWADIAXI PAriPIC ne.II.WA. Intended steamship sailing from Vancouver JAPAN CHIWA. EMPREbS OF INDIA Jan, S. March SIX KMI'HKSh OF JAPAN Jan. VI, April IS EMPRESS OF CHINA February IS to HONOLULU, FIJI, d AUSTRALIA. MIOWERA . .Jan. 10 WARIIIMOO Feb. J Secund cabin accommodation, at very low rates. Fur tickets and freight ratea apply U5B Broadway. For freight rates ouly, 05 W all at.. New York, fllKt'll l.lF "" " ClOMPAONIE OENLRALE TRANSATLANTIQUE. DIilLCrl.lNE TO HAVKE-PAltlS-FRANL'e.) balling every Saturday, at 10 A, M. From Pier No. 4'J, North Illter, foot Morton Street, La ChainpaKUe Jan. 1 LsNormaudie Jan. tin LaBrelane Jun n La Champagne .Jan. XV I.aOaacone Jan. 16'l.a UrHue, ... IL-b. 0 lat-claaa paaaaire N. Y -Paris IHO, and upwards, (len'l Ageuuy for U- S. and Can., 8 Ilowllng(Jren, N. Y, Usui Western Agency, 71 Dearborn BL, Chteagv, ctnn ttnmx$. ' I For S490 1 You can leave. XEtV VOEtK by in ' JM B. H. SOnSIAMXIA, reb. 13, MBit tnll . sh extonalvo fjral.clnaa tour thrnuarli M nut nrol daje. vlalltnc EI3VPT. the Jif HOLY I.ANU. Il.tM', etc.. nil travel llnar expenses Ih-Iub; Included. Full X 'law pstrtlculiara of thla and many other J V Orlenlsit and Atnerlrnn teura rrnm THOS. COOK & SON, 1 StOI BROADXTAT, XET lOnii, H - or may or their Office, nrauchea. or W Aaenrles In the United Stntea und M Canadn. yfm CCNARD MNETOL1VERPOOL.VIAQUEENSTOWW 'M From Pier 40. N. It., foot of Clarksnn !. Etrurla Jan. 1, noon I Umbrla-Jan. 15. 10:110 A.H tU Auranla....Jan. fl. 1 P.M. Servla Jan. fi, I P. M. , VKRNONn.BROWNCO..Oen,Ag'ts,4BowllngGreen. : HAWBnlG-AiyiERicAW Vim: J TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS from New York to Plyui- v M outh (London), Cherbourg, Paris, and Hamburg. M F.Blsmarck.Feb.!iO.II A. II. I Normafinla.Mch.V4.HA.M. Ji,W TWIN-SCREW MAIL SERVICE.N. Y. Hamburg direct ..'( PalatU. ...... Jan. 1, noon Prussia Jan. S, 7A.M. jfm First cab., too up; second class, ttOi ateeragr 3'J. M Uambiirn-Ameriifin Line, ay unmn.iiy, M RIABK1S NTBSA.tlSllfllD 0. ,1 ' CHEAP RXri'RSIO.V B SH. OO to I'ortlana. 3fe.. nnd Itelnrn. Steamship. John Kngll. and Manhattan leave Pier "fa 38, East River, foot or Market st., Tuesdays. Ttiurs- AY days, and Saturdays at 5 P. M. Steamera lltted with .Xm every modern Improvement for comfort and cou f A venlenco of tourlaUi. f' H omcel, 1178 Droadway and 222 South st. 'I , II. IIAI.I.. General Agent. j NORTn GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP CO. t SHORT ROUTE TO LONDON AND CONTINENT. 1 FAbT IUCPRESS STEAMERS. !i Kaiser, Tu., Jan. 4, li P. M.iLahn, Tu., Jan. 85, 9 A. M. Trave, Tu , Jan. 11, 0 A.M.ISpree, Tu., Feb, t, 0 A. M. ' OELRIcns ft CO.. 1) Bowling Green. Oa.lt UOltll.MO.V ME. fVl DAILY Tt SOIlfOLH. for Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, Newport News. ) Petersburg, Portsmouth, Pinner's Point, Richmond, H Virginia Bsach, Va.. and WashlngUm, D.C. Freight ti and Paasenger steamer, aall from Pier 26, North, Ml River, every weekday, except 8aturday, at u P, M., ' and Saturday at 4 P. 11. f I W. L. UUILLAUDEU. Vloe-Pres'l and Trafflo Mgr. i WHITE STAR LIME." ? MaJ.atlo..,,Dec. S!H, noon I Teutonic... Jan, Itt, noon A Qermsnlo . Jan. 5. nrxm I llrltannlo .Jan. 10. noon .r.i NO COTTON CARRIED BY PASSENGER HTEAMEItS. , Pier 46, North River. Ofnce. It Hroalway. Naw York. If jl H. MAITLAND KERSEY. Agent. VI 1 Jt teamiioius. WMm. 8TOXI.V0TOX !,ilt. via Stonlngton. Leave Pier VH 88, N, R, one block above canal at., week day. 'flanrUaal only.atnp.M Steamers Malneand New nampthlre. iCIHntsl NllltiVlt'U I.IMt. via New London. Leave Pier 40 nf H (old No.), N, II., next Desbrossss at., week daya only, W. ' at a P M, Steamer. City of Lowell and City of m, laai Lawronee. f1 IV FAI.I. Ill Kit I.IJVK. via Newport and Fall River. f All Leave Pier IH. N. It., root or Murray at,, week dava f Mfm only, at 5:00 P.M. Uteamer. Providence and I'll- I grim. Orchestra on each. . flB .rw" M.4Vr..-Fare. til EXCURSION, tL6oT WS, Vast steamers leave Pier 25, E. It., dally (Sunday. tsnlK exoepled), 3 P.M. and 12 midnight, arriving In time ABB for trains to Merlden, Hartford, Springfield, and naVnl points North. bHSk 11 AMSDELL LINE.-Steamers leave Pier 24, N. R , , 9K V.,2l".,r,l,, ,'. O' Oraastna'a. West Point, ' Cold Sitting. Cornwall, Fiabklll Landing, Newburt,. Hi tat' week days a P. M. Sunday. V A. M. A 1 ' . I IsBavl XCUMtOttJ. -K ("lODFISIIINO dally, excoptlui MondayT (Cholera ( aassssW hiU,.nV.)'.w?.Vh"'',"""I,'',t,"erALFO.TKR. RaTasssaV only twst built expreaaly rorocean tlahlug. Inaurlu Basssal "2oytihbVu,'tt'ih,t aw "-7, "" m ?0DFI8II1N5.-Steanier ANGLER. .lil!. .xcej.t .VgK V Mouday.leav.s 2 Itt at., E. It., 7-20i Uattery, VasV A M.aharptfare 75c with bait, old rsllsl.Iu iillui, MVE Al Foster, on board. aasK pXCELI.KNT Falling. steamer AL FoSTi-lPh ," bsbbV J J aengers rauiiUt tnajiy large iii aul bluckri.ii i i Cholera Bunks Sunday, AHk 0ttitt urnuure. .mM " -.. . . JasssflH riWrliiwpaiartV attrla.-. iBaTassssal