Newspaper Page Text
W ip! . ' ' . 'THE SUN, tyJSDNESDA; JAMIAJIY 5, 1898. " "' '
Hi, -- ' - - - .....--. - - ' - - - - - - v - - .tM -sssj i " -W-s1 H$ i ... . . .,',,, THE SUN Harlem Branch m WEST I2STH STREET A IlTtFICIAI. FLOWERS.-Rose maker, aim lim fa. trt rvsntedt work elven home. OOLD1UUH into,. CW Dlreckerst. 1OOKBINDlNU. Wanted, experienced liaiiU"fuM JD trt i steady work. EDWIN IVES a SONS, ss Howard '. IHriUOH FEATHERS. Good sewers wantedl J stsady work, 1. LOEWENSTE1N, H3 Bund it. 59mggtc -Sm'nuttt Wnnttfl. pHAMnVBMmT.-Y8iwkT'?)t' I40?lauiv J dresses, 10 waitresses, 23 waitresses who do ebambtmorki DO conks who wash and Ironi 10 kltchenmslds, English and German lmlr maids, Protestant mints, butlers, second ment number of. mi esrvonts wanted ai one. Mm. I.. HEF.I.Y, OH Weil f Sid at. i ssrvants' sntran.-e. B6 Hthav. n T7RENCH or German young woman at chamber H. JsV maid and fo act maid to young ladyt lest ret Sjf rraa required. Mra. 1. SEELY.na Oth ar. tS' TCRKNGIt OILiM'nERMAID for family living liT New Y JE Totki good references required. Mm. L. SEELY. tjfr ana oth av. St' MORTIt GERMAN maid who understands dress is; i- making! ititn i0t bett references required. pic Mrs. L. HKELY, Bill Otn av. "4' 1RTK8TANT rAKI.ontAID. who understands - X sewing, forayoung ladles' scmlnaryl one hour's ride from New York I wasee SCO to VB best refer net required. Mra. L. bEELY, BBS Bth av. MA PROTESTANT nurse for child B years old; 'fanill? rV IT living In Rye, N. Y.i teit references required. ;u " Mra, L. SEELY. 362 Oth av. M "BKofESTANT WAITRESS, tlSx beirefertnces & X required, ilra.l,. HKEI.Y, :I5 lltbar. t$ CWEDISII CHAMBERMAID. o, for a email family -i ' O in N w York; must bo tall nud have best refer. A traces. Mrs. L. SEELY, 032 nth ar. S amtfl analen 3ntehnniw. to. 'if TSKWWi?-l-WanieXaxrlenceteTfor ;); X Sherl .an A Ellis msohluest good wages and steady i.'i' work. THOUASIlUbSELI.ft SON, S4 .NcwChaiuberiiF. &'f TDOOKIHNDEns.Jobforwaitler'watited' ireadlng a, XJ book). BO Montgomery t.. Jerarj City. ?SV TJAPER' RDLEn on juTTwork. Addri-i BI,ANK. W .'box lbumin onice. ,-5 Vr ANTED tint borieehner who can drive andtlT. H- ' VtUrandit., Hoboken. N. J. t TbU coupon entitle! a well-recoinmended ler- 'Sf, Tant to one free lesion at fl MRS, L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL, sl& where all branches of couklug are taught by iji Mrs. O. Lemcke, at33)t Olh,av, fjj A TXIOROUULY competent young woman aa chain &S, JX. bermaid and assist with waltluir. or ns rhamber fefJ maid and waitress In email private family! neat and KM Obliging) flrsl-clao reterencei. D. N.. box 0U0 Huu s uptown ortlcf. ltBB Uroadway. JKW AS FIRST-CLASS 'cook In private Fomllyf under- -fi: J. stands her dullest wllllug and obllglngi best refer M encra. K. UcO , box 083 bun uptown offlce, 1V03 S Broadway. 21' F 'A NEAT young girl to do ehamberwork and wait fi& JtX. lntfj willing anil obliging: first olass references. P O. L.. box 60a Sun uptown offloe. mn3 Uroadway. shr inAMDERM AID and waitress: weil-recommended Ay J young woman deslreealtuutton In private family: $&' neat and willing; first-class references. M. II., box BVi 6?B Sun uptown offloe. 1XMB Ilroailway. 5C pOMPETENT COOK? undtnitauds all kinds of plain CC and fancy cooking; willing nnd obliging: can fur fj mih best referencta. L. It., box Sua Sun uptown fji odjea. 1 DOS Broadway. id JpbitPETENT woman as flm-class cook and laua h Vs dresa in private family: can furnish best refer rgl encee. M. O'S., box 070 Sun uptown offlce. 1203 c Broadway; to; jpnAMDEUMAID. Competent, wori-recommended x? y ' young woman as chambermaid and waitress; bft ;-,.;- references. II. D.. box BUI sun uptown offlce, 1303 Ma Eroadway. :yB. i"lAPABI.E young woman aa flrai-eiassTcok: under y " V stands toups, meala, ami desserts; obliging; Lest g references, s. II.. box SH7 Suu uptown orilco, 12UB ty- Broadway. 5 pOOK. Reliable woman aa cook In flrst-cTais fam ffy V-llyt understands all dishes: satisfactory refer jp5 ences. J. L.. box Sol Bun uptown office. IStian'way. ; tOOK.-Capable woman: understands all kinds 4 V cooking; w.lllng and obliging; best references. lj M. McO.. box B8U Sun uptown offlce. 1 vi ( fj Proadway. E4-' YjijrtST-CLASS laundrtTaTn private family; neat and ii, X careful; can furnish satisfactory references. 1. . M.L.boxB!asun uptown office. mo Broadway. S, T7IRSTCLASS waitress In private family; tborough- X lycapaiilf.neat and obliging: best clfy references. 5f . 11.. box 876 Sun uptown offlce, 1803 Broadway. fe T'ITCIIENMAID. Willing and obliging young girl Kt -1'- aa kttchenmaldi never Been In service; v. ell rec gf enmended. A. o box da 1 Sun uptown offlce, lvds 6 Broadway r'fc "T A0KDHESS. Thoroughly competent woman as T Xicnsmberm-ild or laundress In prl ate family: first ',r, class city references. E. W., box 6118 Sun uptown IT office, IH03 Broadway. TAID Thoroughly competent Isdv's maid: excel Wi, -III. lent seamstress; neat and willing; cau furnish rC Orit-clas cltr references. J, 11., box 3 f7 Sun uptown fj office. 1205 Broadway. TWTEAT. capable v. oman aa cook 1 understands plain $ X and faniy cooking; very best references; private V"5' family only. U. M., box B76 Sun uptown office, 1X03 y Broadway. Vk . toABXORMAlD. Neat young woman aa parlormaid X and waitress; thoroughly competent; best refer ft. ences. K. S., box 53 Suu uptown office, 1800 Broad way. U f ELI ABLE, highly recommended woman as first iw XVclus cooks allklnds rooking: willing and obliging; (IV best references. B.C.. box B74 Suu uptown omce, p ' Uroalway. ffi t 'FSOBOUOHLY cumprtent young glri aTTtltchen Su X maid In private family; well recommended. M. W C.Jlox bTl Bun uptown offlce, 1,803 Broadway. Kp fJfJoROUOIILY competent wi manXTcook In private i' 4- lainl.Tt nnt-clawnfer.'ucei, M. ., box BiiO Sun Jfrt Hetownmec, 1II0B Broadway. K$ A7E"' nECOMMENDED woman aa rook and laun- "S- v drcuicomiietent, willing and obllglngs list ref. ' (trencri. A. McO., box OUU Sun uptown office, 1X0B fcl Broadway. W. "VOUNO WOMAN sa flrst-clBss laundress In private .' J. family 1 noat und careful; can furnish best refer W, ahcis. n. C, box 000 Suu uptown offlce, 120B Broad : : Sf VOD!go COLOtEO WOMAN would llko plane as -, X etiambermald and cunk lu private tatully. Please 'ii address LOUISA OIBBONS. lit I West -list St.. city. fe $ irjst-ffilnw JOtlp IWalw. '' TY colored maq aa porter or useful man In dry 3l X) goods firm or office building; good city refer 3jT cnoes; wages anything within reasonable limit. Ad gf dress Jan, box IV0 sun uptown offlce, 1303 Broad if ??j .,, . V, TtROOFREADER (quick, accurate), Joli7 book or u X magaxlne work or aa foreman of compoilug room. rK gXPElllhWCED. box It. 7 Bun offlce, I'-? V0UMU 'MAN, 1, good writer, accurate, and a trior ig, X ough bookkeeper, desires a position wbre strlot fk, attention to business will merit advancement and a fsjr salary. J. p. R., 07 West 101st at. 3 XronNOCOLbllED MAN would ilka place as waiter X fn boarding house or to attend to furnaces. Ad ttpsl WALTER QlllUUSB, 31 1 West i lit it., olty. um-x- 1 in - oi- 11 1 .ij ' gtnnofotttj. groans. Sg A FEW used pianos, cheapt new pianos (6 monthly, iX exchanged, rented. CHRISTMAN, IV East Utlist. " . -' TJAHOAlNSforeslhln upright pianos almost new, X nnlsbrd In walnut, oak, mahogany, and ebonri irom (100 up; delivered free, with cover and stool; aereral aecond-haud pianos from gon upi fully war ranted; open evenings until Jan. 1. WHITNEY CO.. 1 1 a Weil 1 kBlh St.. near Lenox av "OEAUTirUL upright pianos. (US; Fischer, ttlO; .DHt.lnwsy, tUOi Weber. 13U, WINTEftHOTU. 108 EastKlhst.i open evenings. MAHUAIXM.....' ., ,1'PIIKJIITS Large assortment at from $100 upward on moatbly payments nf from S3 upward Itenma. UOIIUON, 1U0 Sthjiv,. bet. voili and Hist. -S- f AROEosaorimi-nt, slightly us. d giioTo iTitMsTfcut ; JJlliniallliuitallmeDli.Oiivrlerllrtis , 1SE. nihil. A 'fiE',A1'ICull""'''l""'c,,' hand, HUSiri-nt. Ji -AVlng, exchanging, repairing; open evenings, 4 East Kjfc -lUdst, fei OTKINWAY PIANO!. IHBi n tnnlilhivT'iiprTRiit ti C bargain; full-slse squares, 173. Pfe yiHH.NKH. Vfl East Mill .t fm 'i'KN UPllIUHTS, riUlitlr used, 1173 e ach( Inolib. iSL X right, I1VB: low rrntuls. 'M WlhSNKU, BS0 Fulton et . UriKiklyu. : 1.1-1 . . $X 3mujrmruts. m ?S1?SPAY 1 Broadway Theatre 3 T-VJrt LS o'rJ Opora Company TA Herald, Ke l.ov 11 A mi I'u's Fve. H,IS. Mat. Sat. at. THE HIGHWAYMAN. , Redmond, on Ireland In 'IIS, Sunday nlgl, LI WEBER & FIELDS' K. MAT. TO-DAY I ' nfe. I'ir,',.,;?!... Sf In Olio-Lew Uockslader, Cuat. 1. Aidr.ilge. others. a BBAitB7r.Ti oia:it a iaoi si:. Sf '. "i"1- I Mr. Au. lia'y-s Comnsnv, K . Mat. Bat., g, I 'Ills'. 1 111' 1 n (Jim," CXfAfl AtNilft. Mats Will h,t. islil,. 1.1 O B flli .,1l2iUr I'rodiii-tiuti lll -Jft W'HII o.tmii niint.. I tint', .to lint II BA n S I C -M"' "' ,lux V3 ftBucTTiTP. IfUHitWbUo Sccrot Enemy "TIs. Iltl 1'l.ai'K TIIKATItP.-I.Mt time,. Julie KopacsylnSuppa'a Op. "Tha Mudell." Tburs., flrst Una, Uanj Uucketelu No, V or Lady of Oitcude. wirrBopoijiA-i' -opkrV roimk. GRAND OPERA In French, Herman and Italian. fjmlrr Hie Dlrerllnn or WALTRn tlAMIlOSCII ntlrt I'. A. KI,I.I. Evening Performances at I o'clock. Matinees at S. GRAND OPENING NIGHT. , lion. Err.. Jan. 17, Mines. Melba, Van Cauteren, RIIDIIt Mattteld; MM. Katlgnac, Cam UTD1UIITI pinarl, Vanul, Vlvlanl. ltalnt, InAVIAIA stehmanu. (In Italian). Conductor, RIHBONI. Wed. EvJ JanT IB, llm-i. OartVkl. Ilarna, Matt. WtllXKIl'K feldiMM. Krau, Fischer, Uisp TAIINHAUSER i&.VBn "00,' KU","g, (In Uerman). I Conductor, DAMROSCH. "TrirE"vg!Tjan. 81, I Mmes.aalskl.StatnllgliMU. tiVAH.MI.lfn Fischer. Kraus, Stehmann. DIa Melstersinier ysiSJi. UrBUer- "-"' - (In Uerman), I Conductor. DAMROSCH. Sat MatianTil2. I UOI'OIIM limes Melba, Toronla, Van CHICT Cautercnt MM. lbos, Iloudnu rAUJl I resque. Caiiipanarl. Vlvlutil, (In French). Conductor. lilMBOXL Scale of Prlcest 1. Voo, a 'J, $3 30, , t". Hale nfsot"i for FIRST week opens Monday, Jan. luth. at box omce, and also at Tyson's, principal hotels and Rullinan's, 111 Broadway. -STEINWAY PIXN03 USED, OTRTItnlMII.ITAV ni'CItA IIOIUK. Jan.H to 14. Evenings. Only Matinee, hatnrday. Jnn. h, at 1 P. M. BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN. "CINDERELLA." FAIRY OPERA. 0,000 Young People an t World's Orealest Artists, In aid nfSeton Hospital for Coneumptlcs, St, Ann's Maternity Hospital and St. John's Day Nursery. Mm. A. BENTON BA11NEM, Director. JOHN I). CR1MM1NS, Treiwurer. M ETRIIIMII, ITA .H OPK1IA IIOI1NB. Tho Subscription Salo for the Soason of GRAND OPERA In French, lierman, anil llnllnn, under the direction of WALTKtt lAMIlO('ll and C. A. BLI.K. Now open at the Metropolitan Opera House, A rrdtto. Hon or fifteen per cent, will bemadetosubscrlbersfiir the season. Seats may also now be secured for the five Monday evenings, ftvo Wednesday evenings, five Friday evenings, or five Saturday matlncei. (irKV TO Till! rUIILIC K'RltV IIAY. DCE SKATBSyC PALACE. LEXLVOTON AVE. AND I07TU ST. Perfect Bkating Hurfce. Lfcdlfs wIiblDK to learn the CasctDattnR Art of aknt Ins will always rind court' out and (lolltij Instructor, who are mastin of the art, at ttio Palace. Stating Irstoa 20c. pur half hour. Lad It accompaulrd bv in ttrmvn toftvenlnaf.ei4lons rrte all this week, aturo tng atnilslon. aSc, aUrrnoon and erenlntt. 60c. mArum CONTINUOUS""""''- IVA APE Performance, 1:30 a,. B ABaAvCi toll; use; Ouc. 2B MINUTES OF CARMEN. TAOLlAPIETRAt ES TELLE CLAYTON. PRESS ELDRlbaE. HOWE. WALL A WALTERS, Adclphl Trio, Hugh Stanton, Fnrdyco, Clias. Wa ne. The Neu Hies. Salmo. Mi-Mahon ft King. O'ltourke A Burnett; many others. Afts., 15c, '.'3c. DDDPTslD'O . lllgh-clasj Continuous rnllll I lln Performance. .Noon to 1 1 1'. II. I UUUIUII Ui FmlHallen anil Mullr Fuller. NANCE O'N EI L and McKEE RANKIN III "Leah;" LIVINO PICTURES; UEO. FULLER GOLDEN. Come dian; LEWIS and ERNEST, Burnt Corkerst SMITH and COOK. Tramp Acrobats; 10 other stars, stie.. 80c. A MCRIP A U M lh av. Tcl..117 ilrith St. nlTlkniUfAlll t'ASTLK Nl. OI-lillA CO. Bargain Mat. To-day, SBo. Every seat r.aerved. ARTISTS.) IL TROuATOREl ENo'uSID "Captivating performance." Herald. "Another success. World. "Applauded with enthusiasm." Tribune. "Crowded house." Journal. Mats, g. Wed.. KBc. Sat.. Sc. BOC. Eve., R:IS. rMTIDC lower floor. TSc. i 1st bale, tor, i JW bale. Ullllliu (opera chairs and elevators), asp. Jan. 10 Castle Sq. Opera Co. In Fencing Master. 14th STREET T,l,ith"e'oth Ave. LAST WEEKS. Mats. Wed. and bat. The "New Bouclcault." ANDREW MACK. ' F.-.r above anything of Its kind." Press. An Irish Gentleman. MOWl.tl, J.w to. BOihtlme. CnilWCkllDt? Handsome Sterling Sliver uUUlCllllltJi EMPIRE THEATRE b-waTand-iothst.-bniriiii. inLHint. Eigs.suB. Mats.atis. CHARLES FROIIMAN Manager NO MATINEE TODAY. FIRST MATINEE SATUkDAY. EMPIRE THEATRE COMPANY, First Play A Drama In Acts. THOLE CttXtlllJOiBtUftlS. By PAUL M. POTTER. WALLACE'S. - 2g..t-s;,B. alATl.tEI. TO-DAV AT 3. Annie Russell won a distinct triumph." Times. ' Another Blue Jeatia." Sun. A NEW AMEH1CAN PLAY, by JOSEPn ARTHUR. THESALT OF THE EARTH. DIUEUTION CUARLES tKOIIMAN. With ANNIE ItUSSELL and special cast. U P 1 T U J "Continuous Performance! ulbU U 11 O SSc., BCO. Noon to 1 1 P. M. (.IIItlT NI'CCISXN OK JtllCI'll IHIIT, Assisted by Clever CARRIE HE MAR. Debut nf JEANNE FRANKO: LEO DERVA1.TO (the sensation); Mr. and Mrs. R. J.DUSTAN AND CO , Stanley Whiting, Stlnson and Merton. Slany Othi r Stain. s7Dooni open all Ibis week 11:43 A. 31. Perform antes start at 12 a Harp. "SI kxBCBi bj ui uociuKirs;!; MADmurr eve..s:ib. sat. mat. MARLOWE. as not my ii. eIcAS you like it. NEXT WEEK-A NEW PLAY. , . THE COUNTESS VALESKA Senta now selling. GARRICK THEATRE. i&.SrKS Hoyt A McKec. Lessees. I Charles Frohman, Manager Matinees To-clav and Saturday. ' MIS8 MAUDE ADAMS In J. M. Ilarrle's Oreat Coined, , THE LITTLE MINISTER. 1 1 A M. World In Wax New Groups .. 1.B.4.S, Cinematograph New Viewa PlltH W- Hungarlsn Band Concerts. LULU B.MarloneitRsC'hrlstmas Pantomime BEAUTY and the BEAST. Mimri Sand III. Cinematograph Vd Series II INrr :" HungarUu llsml Concerts. Iliuus.s.1 Tn,., fln,., Marlonttc In HUMPTY DUMPTY. GARDEN THEATRE. :!Wd'.'Tn.&: LAST A NIGHT.'. LAST SAT. MAT. rapniiB : UlIBsU : NEXT MONDAY. : aia.'Y CHARLES COQHLAN . BflAlKS V?1'- i St7JiTdHOLAS 00111 bT. M.Att COLUMBUS AV. HOCKEY MATCH. TO-NIOHT AT 8 O'CLOCK. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY VS. NEW JERSEY A. O. MPRAI n SQUARE THEA. B'way and USthat. ncnHbU Chas. E. Evans, Prop. Eves. atHitO, 0 1 1 IP Q Production of the f Mats. To-dav "I- - Frisky Novelty land Sat. Z;lB. I-' THE FRENCH MASD MONDAY, JAN. SI, HANDSOME bOUVEMllS. H0YT'STHEATRE,'E,ii4.:1Jir3y.'.,J.,,,i:ib. HOYT A McKEE Proprietors WARD AND VOKES In a variety frc culltcl THE GOVERNORS. nUAITIIAffl Uth av. and 2Sd at. BeglnsriilB. 1 WlaPlliSa DANIEL FROIIMAN....Msnager BsDIIasUlll I Matinees Thursday and hat. TtePflnoossJjB jButtertly. rAO I jn O I'KiiniiiNA.M'K. 1-JltlU In II I. SI. SeHI. 'JOuiiil HO rent.. THE 4 COHANS. RUCCO'S TOY TERRIERS, POST A CLINTON, POWERS BROTHER-. ED It. LAND, FRANCIS J, DltYANl'. MAHHATTAfETr;:Vp,nMDrT8ni'n.,?- EDVriif;.ci,o'i!.CEiiTHE BALLET GIRL. Buthpirf, of The Bullet tllrl. J-tu III. houwtilrs. AI-.Mlt.vii IIP .tII'mk', Mtu st, and Irving place. Still crowding the great Academy, "THE WHITE HEATHER." MATH, TO DAY AND BT g, EVE HsIB; IH.IOII Broadway A nimfst.Tll'ATINEK laDdl.r.M. Evrs., N:13 I TODAY. Itr.VKI.A'llO.N IN lOMEIIV. MAY IRWIN Vi iSivWir .j5Jk SAM T. JACK'S THEATRE. " W WC& llrmiilitii) NIMl 'Jflth Nf., Gksaj iioiik or iii'iti.ixiir.. , 'sCri a mu Miuwr. rvr.uv h ,v. -j n n. "!-. !!!! CASINO' -iii i'iiuivum .:,,,,,0., vf01"-. in'.i.i.tii .iioitm iffl Sit.. TELEPHONE GIRL ! Hold 111. Wile! We'li-Jlus, llusj.llus)' ! Si "BIAL'S. "MATAffi'iuAl?,firAT. I lS?A CHARttii0N, The Sensation, f- ''""'I .tml l Ollmr Hinr Ails. fiRANIl WEItA V3II ST. ft H Msti-ie". Steo -8T" AVi-en.l 1,S ' CAPT. IMPUDENCE. ! 5th Af THEATltL HwaFgntu,7 W L ' . V " K,' ' "' -lay Sat. at i! LAST WEEK. fir. Charle. I Olill LA tu ' u I . TIIKtOVAl. IIOX. I Next H etL-Juiuca A. Uaroe In Ubora Aorta. - Thli Hit appears Wedneadtyi and Satnrdayi. Hold Inrormnilon Free. For Booklet! of American, European Hotels, FALL & WINTER RESORTS, Also rates of Apartment! In Hotils below, sail or addren (send itamp) fllolel TnrifT Ourcnti. f JM Vi;. Arr., Xrm Xortl, J M Jtrytnt St.. T.omfoii, l.tfi Jtue ir Jtlfoll, J'rtW.v. HOTEL POCKET GUIDE lilt ATM. (A. P. meant Amcrloan riant E. P. European.) ALBANY. N. Y Hotel Ker.more. A. P., tl up Jo Stanwlx Hall, E. P., (1 up; A. P., 13 up AHHEV1L1.E, N.C. ..Battery Park Hotel. A. P., up ATLANTIC CITY, N. J, ..Hotel Brighton. A. P., l up tlo Hotel St. Charles, A.P.. up do. (J. 11. Borlon, Prop.) Hotel Denis, A, P. 0.BO up AUOUSTA. On.. Hotel Bon Air (golf links), A, P., 14 up BALTIMORE, Md Hole! Rennerl, E. T., l.t0 up I" Tho Stafford Hotel, E. p., 1.00 up do The Oarrollton, A P.. 3 up do. ..Hotel Altamont, E. P., tl up; A. P., (V.SO up do Mount Vernon Hotel, K. P., 1 up BERMUDA Is'l. HAMILTON ... Hamilton Hotel, A. P. BOSTON, Mass Hotel Vtudome, A. P., B do. ..Coptey,Sq.Hotel,E,P.,l,B0upiA.P..3,Soup BOURNEMOUTH.Eng.Royal Bath Hotel, A. P., tt to fS BROOKLYN, N. Y Plernpont House, E. P., tl up 1 Hotel St. Oeorgr, E. P.. tl I A. P., t3 CHARLESTON. S. C.Charlcstou Hotel. A. P.. 3.S0 up Chattauooga.Tenn.NewSouthern,A. Pt i.BO to tn.BO CIIICAao.IH.Tlio Virginia a.p ,t.80 up; e.p..ll. 80 up CINCINNATI. O. . .(Irani! Hotel, E. P.. tl ; A. P., t3 up J J (KEY WEST. HOTEL KEY WF8 T. .. A. P. -a Open all year. Leon'H. Cllley, Mgr. llj jS MIAMI. ROYAL TAI.M A.P. N fl gp OpensJan. IKiH. W. Merrill. Mgr. 2 i'2 - MIAMI, BI8CAYNF. HOTEL A.P. " ijlU'3 Opens Deo. It It. E. Bemls, Mgr. m 1 PALM BEACH, Royal Polnclna..A. P. U 2 Opens Jan. IB) Fred Sterry, Mgr. k Sjj" PALM BEACH, Palm Beach Inn. ..A. P. 4B-I Opens Dee. 23; Fred Sterry, Mgr. to ORMOND.TIIE ORMOND A.P. r.i a Wz--.s Opens Jan. N; Anderson AFrlce.Mgra. 2B S "a ST.AUQUSTINE.PONCEDEI.EON.A.P. o". Open! Jan. 10; Robert Murray, Ugr. kl ST. AUQUSTINE. THE ALCAZAR..A.P. ; OpentNov. 10: Jos.P.Qreaves.Mgr. M.A.. JACKSONVILLE.S1. James Hotel. A. P.. t4 up. t'l.t., SUWANEE SPlt'QS Hotel and famous water. : f TAMPA, TAMPA BAY HOTEL A. P. jI Opens Dea 8; D. P. Hathaway, Mgr. hjf WINTER PARS, SEMINOLE A.P. !jS k3 Opens Jan. 17; A. E. Dick. Mgr. C2 I" KISSIMMEE. THE KISSIMMEK...A. P. 8"..a"S Opene Jan. 8; L. E. Bullock, Mgr, ESj OCAL-..OOALA HOUSE A.P. CE joa Open all year; P. F. Brown, Mgr. 5g S BELLEA1R, BELLEVIEW A.P. 5fa 2a Opens Jan. 17; W. A. Barron. Mgr. 55 Jst puNTAUORDA,HotelPuntaOorda.A.P. m '-i Opcm Jan. 17; F. II. Abbot, Mgr. 4 tj FORT MEYERS, Fort Meyers Hotel, Sao I Opens Jan. 17; F. n. Abbot, Mgr. KANSAS CITY.Mo.TheMldIand.E.P..tlup;A.P.,t3 up LAKEWOOD, N.J Lakewood Hotel, A. P.. 14 up do. PALMER HOUSE(Applyforclrcular),A.P.,t3up LONDON, Eng Hotel Cecil, E. P, 18 up ao The Inm of Court Hotel, E. P. LONDON.. (Westminster). St Ermln'iHotel.hlghclaas. Unsxcclled ror luxury, comfort, oulslne, E. P.. tl up MARSEILLES, Fr Hotel Noailles a t Metropole MEMPHIS, TENN....Oa)oso Hotel. A. P.. t.B0tot4 MOBILE.Ala. Battle Uouse.rooms & bath, A.P..I2.5U up NAPLES, Italy, Hotel Royal-desEtrangera. A. P.. t3 up do. (Hlgbest.healthlest posltlonl.IItl Bristol, A.l'.,3 do (Splendid view south), Parker's Hotel do Grand Hotel-de-Londres NEW ORLEANS, La..New 8LCharlesIIotel,A.P..t4 up do The Cosmopolitan Hotel, E.P., tl-BO up do Hotel Orunewald. E.P.,tlup NEW YORK Filth Avenue Hotel, A. P.. B do, (B'way A 2Dth it.) . . . OUsey House, E. P., 12 up do. Bthav44flthst.ThoWlndsor,ap.t4up;e.p..tl.B0up do The Nctherland. E. P.. '-' ; A. P., tB up do. (N. P. Barry) Now St. Cloud Hotel, E. P.. tl.BU do. (Blh av. 4 1 Bth st.) Hotel Kensington. E.P.,t 1.80 do. s.e.cor.Sth av. and 18th st., Hotel Hanover.A.P. do.(Chambers4W.B'WBy)CosraopolltanlItl.e.p.,tlup do (B'wayft54th st.)Hotel Bayard(f amlly hotel), A.P. OLD POINT COMFORT. Va..TheChamberlln,A.P..t4up PHILADELPHIA, Pa. .New Walton Hotel, E. P., fl up do The Aldlne notcl. A. P.. $3.30 ud do. (KejtaurantAlc.&Tdb.)TheLafayette.E.P.,flup RICHMOND, Va.TheJeffenon,E.P..tl.ri0up;A.P..tSup 8umiiiervllle.S.C.PJneFor'stInn(golf,cycllng)ap,3.B0-S ST. OEORGE, SlATENISL.TbeCMtleton.A. P.. 84up ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Planters' Hotel,K.P.,t2 up; A.P.,14 up do. . ..Llndell Hotel. E. P.. tl up; A. P.. t3.B0 up SYRACUSE, S. Y..Yatrs Hotel, E.P.. tl.BO; A. P.. t4 TIIOMASVILLE, Oa..Plney Woods Hotel. A. P.. t4 up UTICA.N Y The Butterfleld. A. P., t3 to tS WaSIIINOTON, D. C Arlington Hotel, A. P., tB do Ebbltt House, A. P., t4 up do The Raleigh. E. P., tl.BO up do The Cochran Hotel. A. P., t4 up do Hotel Wellington, E. P., tl.BO; A. P., 3 do. Rlggs House, Wlllard'a A National, A. P., t3 up IKITI.I, .MltTV. French table d'hote. -I? Wot -Jill" hi. Olve It a trial to-day. LUNCn. 40c; DINNER, 30c. Wine and cotfeo Included; aervlce a la carte at all hours; moderate prices. Rooms by day or eek. HARMS' HOTEL, northwest corner moth st. and Sd av. Elegaut rooms by the day or week. Winter geuortis. WRGINMHOf SPRINGS OI'K.V Al.l. Till. lKAII. 2.MI0 Feet Elevation on the eiiFjm'KAiiK ami oiiio ntiMi'.tr, Mot wonderful waters In America for rheumatism, gout, end nervous troubles. Pullman Compartment Car It-iivo New York 4:30 P.M.. via Pennsylvania R. R.. TiicmUvs, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Apply ate iO. oftlces, 802 and I3H0 Bniadwav, or otncei Pennsylvania 11. It. Address FRED STERRY, man ager, Hot Springs, Batbrounty, Va. Excursions. ClODFISIIINO Str. AKdLER Bundoya. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. 21st at.. E. It.. 7i2B 'A. M Battery H A. 11. far. 76c, with bait. Reliable Pilot AL FOSTER. guiBiiirjW Chnnceuk A PARTNER WANTED with only tl.000: menu tadurlug metal (roods; factory looated uptown, ue.t side: plant nicely equipped. Apply Mcdonald a wiqoins. up Nasiau. V COUNTRY OROCERY STORE.-Located most promlneut town on the Hudsoui prlco ts.000;un Incumbered; old established t fine trade. Apply McDONALt) a WIQOINS, MU Nassau. TARTNER WANTED WITH 81,000 for manufacture I. Ing buslucss; references given and expected. MCDONALD A WIQOINS, UU Nassau. Iyl'.INTINO at a few hours' notloei 10,000 clrculsrs. (1; curds and blllhuails, 4Uo. per 1,000 EDUAlt PR1NT1NO AND STATIONERY CO. Bl) West iltlth St. J ANTED Ocntlonun with small capital, wishing 11 In engage In tho best paving limine! In the Stale cau find such an opening by calllug ou the un dersigned at the Aitor IIou.it', rooin 2U4 II. FRIBBEY. patents. IATKNT8 for Inventions procured promptly low l aim. RiiEDKR A BRIEnEN, H2 Nassau St., N, Y, Kstahlshiil 1HBL IJateuti. Send for Investors' tlulda, free. EdgarTate A Co, Patent bolh'llorb, aiSBroadway.New York. 3UUiurrit ami rrssmnltiun. SEAL (lAHMK.NTa.-KIni) furs made tn order; model ling old Kann.uu u epoclslly; prices reasonable. BARKER'S, 1 in w. UUtll it. (late of Uunthir, Blh av.) gmvutos. ABSOLUTE divorces my speilaliy; alimony re JVduufd, I.awyrrUEORUK ROIIINbON, UU Naaiau, el.-htn floor; telephone l.uimC'utllaiult. SIl.K-llIBIIEDUndervests.Sdo.isllkSlocklngi, 4Sc. I'arUiau Jewelry, half former low prices. JAJ1MES, DOW Broadway. SptivriWfl. B" LICKENspERyEnl No. 0. oVrior7TtBO guaran teed Hit best. Call or wrllt for catalogue. Ibl Broadtray, room 0. uruLrui-ri j'i r.nji-uii.fi.rir ---' J m A , ... . i rr oirU WtmtB-CHr at tctantry. mDERGARTEN 5ff (Fret scholarships limited.) Z. A. OUTTEN, Sup't., Metropolitan Temple. 7lhav, and 14thtl. rtr Bejt nnd Vemg Men City anil Ctuntry. Educational advantages nnsurpusodi oien all ytar. Address Pro, AUGUST. Welt Cheater. N. Y. Business Collesre.. BOOKKEEPINC.-P. a. tti,;,.ix,. Chartered Aooountant. 22 and 2:1 Oramercy Park, teaches by his rapid method all that pertains to book keeping and Accountancy. A COURSE with him will materially advance gen tlemen and ladlta engaged tn or outerlng upon busi ness positions. STUDENTS prepared for C. P. A. examinations. A1NE:8 Business Collogo and "School if Slenog raphy and Typewriting. H2 Boweryt uptown, 107 Westnithst.t bookkeeping, writing, arlllunetlc, cor respondence, commercial Inw, civil government, grammar, stenography, and typewriting! taught day and evenlngi Individual and private Instruction! send for catalogue. Musical. THE NATIONAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC OF AMERICA. 12C AND 12S EAST 17TII ST., NEW YORK, ANTONIN DVORAK, Director. Semi-Annual Entrance Examinations. VfDMV. VIOI.A, TKI.I.O. l'llTlltllANn. Ms flf. V4-ll.ll -tHriltM!BTM A.ll OH. CIirctTll.t. -January bth (Wednesday). 2 to 4 P.M. cilll.liltRVM nV. January Bth (Wednesday), l-IA-SO AWUIOLI, a to 4 P. M. BANJO, mandolin, guitar Instructional new and easy method or note; t3 course) Instruments fur nlihed. FORMAN A IIOWLETT, lhU Welt flit at. Ladles parlors! sucoess guaranteed. FRANZ X.ARENS, Vm.'AI. nTI'IMO, removed to :il)B 8th av. Reception hour 1;30 to 2;8n. send forratalogue. DOHSON'S banln. mandolin, guitar colleges, 1824 Broadway, 38th St., city ; 304 State St., Brooklyn. Preliminary course, tB. MANDOLIN, hanlo. guitar, violin; private lessons day and evening; circulars. J. F. DEAN, 028 3d av. Dancing- Acndonslea. UliaSS IMcCABE'S Danolng School, 21 East 17th st. Private and class lessons dally; beglnne rt any time. HARVARD ACADEMY, 1 21)111 st. and Park av., Ed. J. P nnegan, director; (circulars) separate hall for beginners. PROF. COBB'S, B87 Hudson St. Walt t and two-step guaranteed In 10 private lessons, tBi any hour, f.x.l Hid. OA TH ST.. 43 EAST.-Exceptlonal opportunity for Ovc high-class board and large, well-appointed rooms In renned bouse; desirable location! best reference! exchanged. tteat Hide. pLINTON PLACE. 74.-Large and tmall rooms; J board optional; Southerners accommodated; ref eucci. 1 7TH ST.. 24 WEST, Medium steed room, with X I board i tingle or doublet also single room: refer en-je. Q A TH ST.. 1 1 WEST. Handsomely furnished suites. Ot with or without private table; alio stp.ruto rooms; references QITH 8T.. 27 WEST. nandsomely furnished largo Ox and small rooms; excellent board; references. , urniilird$ooraflaunrtraentji to get Ka.t Nlde. r?URNIsnF.D room with uie of front parlor. 237 V East 73th at. KR1NOS. tsett Ride. GREENWICH ST.. 318. Rooms, 60c. nlghit t3 per week upward t gas. reading room. Starr Hotel. 1. Second Floor, batbt snlte. private bathi board optional; permanent or tranilent; referencea. 14 West aid. 07TH ST.. 45 WEST (notel Wilton) Cosey and i bomellko; steam heated rooms; IS per week upward. A fTTH ST., 14B WEST. Newly furnished largo and '1J small rooms; closets, electrlo lights, and well heatedt gentlemeni reference.. A KTH ST.. 227 WEST. Handsomely furnished, Tec) sunny, well heated room, with everything first class: gentlemen; references. Jflntf. nud nnrtmtntri So 3t. VI 'TH ST.. 133 TO 14S WEST. Modern apartment! 1X1 urfiroomtand hath 1 finished In hard wood; exceedingly large; ventilation; out apartmeut (sample) furnished by Lord A Taylor. Inquire on premises. Stat (Sstnte Six ,5nr gtooblan. THE SUN Harlem Branch 119 west 125th street 1JAY8 15 per cent.; tS.SBO buys 2.18 Van Brunt St.. . near Hamilton Ferry: last ono left: 8 story now brick atoro and flat! no taxes for two j ears. Mr. FINCH, on premises. gUnl (Bjitntr gov $ilt or (CxcUatifif. SALE, or exehsnge, 1,200 acres Southern timber and agrl ulturallauls, acoesilble to market lir wateri inort- valuable than a gold mine. UcIIAHU.1 37 B'way, SuMle atottcrs. STATE OF NEW YORkTOMPTROI.LF.R'S OFFICE. BUREAU OF CANAL AFFAIRS. ALU NY. Decem ber 14, I HU7. Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 7 of Laws of 1HU3. proposals will be received at this office until Wednesday, the Stb day of Januarv. 1K0H. at 12 o'clock noun of tnat day, for a loan or THREE MILLION TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, for which transferable certificates of stock, registered, prtnolpal aud Interest payable In gold, wilt be Issued In the name Of the pcoplo of the State of New York, on the credit of the Sinking Fund established by said act, bearing Interest ut tbe rata of three per centum per annum, payable semiannually on the first day of January and July, and the prlncl- ?al reimbursable on the flrstdsy of January, 1218. heie bond! are exempt from taxation pursuant to Chapter BO, Lawa of 1807. Proposal! may be fortbt whole or any part of tbe loan not leu than tl. 000, and suob proposals muit be accompanied by a certified obeck for one per cent, of tbe amount nf the bonds bid for. Payments for the loan will bt required to be made on the acceptance of the pro fossl by deposit In the Bank of tha Manhattan Co. In he cltr of New York to the credit of Treasurer of theStatt of New York, on account of Canal Fund," of tbe amount of the award, together with premium and accrued Interest from January 1, 1BUH. The Comptroller reserve! the right to reject all bid! which aro not In his opinion advantageous to the Interests of the State Interest on the loan from the first day of January, 1BD8, will ba payable at the Bank of tbt Manhattan Co, In the City ot New York. All propo aalsmust bt sealed and Indorsed "Loan for Canal im provements." and directed to tne Comptroller of the State of Now York, Albany, N. Y. JAMES A. ROBERTS, Comptroller. l'UIILIC MtlTICK. Application baring been madt to the Board of Ball road Commissioners of the State of New York, by the New York and North vliore Hallway Company (an electrlo rallroa I proposed to be built from tioliits In the town of Newtown tn points In the town or Jamaica, and from points In tho town of Flushing to points In the towns ot North Ilrmpsfail and Jamaica, and also from and to points In tbt town ot Flushing, among othera from Middle Vlllcgt tu Jamaica, f nun Flusuingto Jamaica, from Flushing to Wfilleslono and also to W lllets Point, and also to Manhasmtt, all within tho oonuty of Queens).under the proWslons or motion Ml of the Rillroad Lhw for the certificate required under said section that the provision! of the section have been compiled with amilhat publlo con venlenco at d a necessity re -ulre the construction of Its pioposed railroad, uotto Is hereby given that a publln lie arlng un said ppllcatlon will be held by the Hoard ot Railroad Commissioners, at tn Committee Room, in the Mutual Life Building. Ui I.llierty St., New York CMy, on Wednesday, January 121b, 1H98, at 10;30 o'clock A.M. CHARLES R. DeFREEST, Secretary, gropouniB. TO COftTItAtrrOIlM. Sealed proposals for furnishing the material! and performing the labor required and necessary for erecting and finishing Cottages 4, 6. aud 11, ot grouo D," at Central Isllp. N, V for Manhattan State Hospital, may be lent by mallordellteredlu person up to 4:30 P. M. tin Thursday, tbt 20th day or Jan uary, 1HC. tu Henry E. Howland, Esq., President nf Hoard of Managers, Xo. 1 Malison avenue, New York city, at which lime and place the Hoard will recti vt anil njien all proposals. Draw lugs and specifications may lie consulted and blank forms of proposal obtained at the ofllce of the Hoard of Managers, No. I Mallaon av.. New York city, and at the ofllce of l.O. Perry, architect. In the Capitol at Albany, Si. Y. Each bid mutt be Inclosed In an envelope, traled. and addressed to Henry E. Howland, Esq , President of Hoard of Managers. No. 1 Madison av., Ntw York oily, and Indorsed "Proposal for erecting and nnllh-(111- cottages 4, B and a for group 'D?ai Central Ufll.H.Y.' aEollQrff . pODilE. Btorttary Board 01 Managtra. M ' ' ,. ' At the Center of the Spider's Web A Lesson in Municipal Geography ON a map of Greater New York, strike a circle which sweeps through its outermost boundaries. The center of that circle will be at Wanamaker's. On the same map, observe the spider's web of transpor tation lines, and note the point of general convergence. Again, at Wanamaker's. These are statements which partake little of the metaphor of advertisement. Each is, in something more than substance, a geographical fact; the first, accurate to a mere matter of rods, the second, if not mathematically precise, still truthful in practice and effect. No feature of this store is more prominent than its uni versal accessibility. Four great trunk lines of passenger ser vice pass our doors; the Broadway and the 3d avenue cables, which put us uptown, the 3d avenue Elevated, which puts us on Brooklyn bridge, the 4th avenue Electric cars, which, by making us but ten minutes distant from the Grand Central station, put us out in the Northern Suburbs. And the great arteries of horse and foot traffic ramify from this store almost as the spread fingers from the palm. We are at the center of the spider's web. Two Great Companion Sales The sales of Muslin Underwear and Household Linens this morning enter upon their third day. Sales of their magnitude cannot be judged by ordinary standards. Wanamaker's can be measured only by Wanamaker's, and it is enough to say that in interest, importance and amount these two sales far sur pass the high record made here last year. The present linen prices cannot be offered again. We are selling the last of the immense importations which arrived ahead of the new tariff. It is the last chance for thrifty housewives, and to all others to whom a saving of twenty per cent, is of material importance. As to the underwear, additional information really seems superfluous in the face of such selling. The showing prepared on the second floor is an exposition of the best, cheapest. Further words are unnecessary. Silk D not be deceived by l Peticoats tl,ese Pris,--ihese are rcucouib. not tne clieap kinrjs 0f petticoats. Moreover, being goods advertised by us, the saving does not . come through any " skimping" in . width or fulness, or in cheap work- manship. You will find them all right in every particular, and cheaper than any you have examined in a long time. Of full size, tailor finished ' throughout, made from rich taffeta silks in the newest plain shades, and in Roman stripes, plaid and check patterns. At ft Of changeable taffeta, with corded umbrella ruffle; or of Roman stripe Uffeta with corded Spanish ruffle, faced with percaline ; both velveteen bound. At $S Of changeable or black taffeta; corded umbrella ruffle and dust ruffle; also in checked taffeta, with Spanish flounce, and small ruffle with cordintr above; faced with percaline and bound with velveteen. At $6 Of Roman stripe taffeta, in two styles, umbrella ruffle or corded Spanish ruffle. There's a very pretty lot of petticoats at this price, and a rich lot of petticoat bargains. At $7.75 Of extra quality changeable taf feta, with Spanish flounce and three small corded ruffles and dust ruffle. In very ricli shades. At J8 Of cliangeable taffeta, corded um brella ruffle and dust ruffle. A handsome assortment in light and dark shades. Second floor. A Special Sale 7I,E wo.rd " sPjal" nf rnrpf? 1S one lrd-worked 01 corseis. in advertisement, but it was made to fit exactly such a sale as this. Not only are the'se prices out of the ordinary tor such goods the goods themselves were specially made for this occasion. You may recognize some of the models not through their prices, though. The Estelle Corset. Short lemjth, four hooks, made of strong jean, sateen strips, double side steels and clasp, corded bust, silk flossing and embroidery; white and drab. Same styles in long waist, white, drab and black. 60c The Florence Corset. Made from strong jean, sateen strips, boned bust, three side steels; trimmed with lace and ribbons. Medium length, sizes 18 to 30. 75c The 11. S. Corset. Of sateen, medium length, two side steels ; trimmed with lace and ribbon. $1. The Elite Corset. Of strong jean, low bust, long over abdomen, gored hips, spoon clasps; very heavily boned with three side steels; made especially for stout figures; white and drab jean, $1.50; black sateen, $2; extra sizes, $1.75 and $2.25. Second floor, Tenth street- The Princess May " Jm. is a filnve iive-tranc ifi glove in $' Paris, a four-shilling glove in London, a Si. 50 glove all over America except in the Wanamaker stores, where it is 21. It's at a dollar a pair here, because we bought a hundred thousand dollars' worth at one time. It isn't enough to say that it's the best dollar glove in America. When you say " the best," you imply rivalry, and the Princess May has no rivals in the dollar grades, and scarcely an equal at 1.50. Tenth strret. nil We have eleven liun- SfnviU tired of the " star Heat' aiuvts. ers we )ave JJ0 more because that was all the maker had. For the same reason, the price, which should be $4.50', is $2.75. lUs the " hottest" little heater we know about, and the safest and the cleanest. It doesn't give any odor with its heat. It holds enough oil to burn ten hours. Casement. A RlnnLrr-i ,T ' possible to have Jpf'ar too much of a good Price tut. thingi It appears that we have some few cases too many of the Mission Mills Blankets called by us the " Santa Rosa." Pure wool in warp and filling, of course, and a blanket under which you can sleep in a blizzard and dream of the tropics. There's many a night 'twixt now and spring when you will congratu late yourself on "having seen this paragraph : "Mission mills" At $6 a pair G2xS0 in , 6 lbs. At J7 a pair 72x84 in., 7 lbs. At ?8 a pair 78x86 In , 8 lbs. At $11 a pair 90x96 in., 10 lbs. Eastern Made Blankets. At J2.50 a pair Strong, warm Blankets, cotton warp, wool tilling; 60x80 in, 4i.j lbs. At $4.50 a pair Heavy large Blankets, spool cotton warp ; 70x82 In., S-u lbs. At 55 a pair All wool, extra heavy, for large beds; 74x84 in., 6 lbs. At $5-50 a pair Medium weight, cotton warp, wool filling; the kind that give warmth without heaviness ; 70x82 in., 5 lbs. Third floor. Cotton Sheets Y,ou c? buy and Pillow Cases. S b,fefov?ue they're all gone, for less tlian the ma terial will cost you at retail. And yet these were made by high-class and well-paid workers ; where do their wages figure ? Some of these prices are a full fourth under the present retail figures as gen erally established. Some of them are only fifteen per cent, less, but they're all prices that you'll seek in vain out side this store. Try; if you have time enough. first bleached PILLOW CASES With two inch hem, made from well known brands of muslin. 42X38--.' in., lie. 50x38-a in., 14c. 45x38ia in, 13C. 54x38-18 in., 15c. SHEETS Of same with two and one-inch hem. 54x90 in., 32c. 81x90 in., 45c. 63x90 in., 36c. 81x99 in., 50c. 72x90 in., 40c. 90x90 in , 50c. 90x99 in., 54c. second bleached PILLOW CASES With two inch hem, made from a popular brand of muslin of same fineness but a heavier thread in the weave. 42x36 in., lie. 45x38ij in., 15c. 42x38 in., 12C. 50x38- in., 16c. 45x36 in., 13C. 538Jin.,l7c. SHEETS Made from the same muslin with two and one-inch hem. 54x90 In., 36c. 72x99 in., 50c. 63x90 in., 42c. 81x90 in., 50c. 63x99 in., 46c. 81x99 in., 55c. 72x90 in., 47c. 90x90 in., 55c. 90x99 in., 60c. third bleached PILLOW CASES With two inch hem, from a fine snow-white cotton. 42x381.. in., 14c. 50x38-2 In., 18c. 45x38-1! in.. 16c. 54x38 in., 19c. SHEETS Made from the same muslin with two and one-inch hems. 63x9? in., 48c. 81x90 in., 53c. 72x99 in, 52c. 81x99 in., 58c. 00x99 in., 63c. Fourth BLEACHED PILLOW CASES With two. inch hem, from best heavy water-twist cotton sheeting made. 42x36 in., 14c. 45x3S-a in., 17c. 42x3S'y in., 15C 50x3S.j in., 21C. 45x36 in , 16c. 54x38--j in,, 22c. SHEETS Mado- from the .line muslin with two and oifc-incli hems. 72x90 in., 68c. 81x99 in., 7Sc. 72x99 in., 73c. 90x90 in , 75c. 81x90 in., 72c. 90x99 in., 83c. 90x108 in., 90c. Stationery HER0'S a Prett' box of ,11 correspondence paper Item. holding 60 sheets and 60 envelopes. Choose between cream satin wove, or the linen finish. This is a box which usually would cost you 25c. Take it for 18c. Ilrosdws.v. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts, e f)ttf!rsellHslr1frl-r---i. mm.t.AK))tn. .y, . Jj).. ,-., ,&!' Inspirations for Everybody. You can study hero at cone, Oriental or Occidental, antique, mcdlrevnl or modem styles ; particular features for comers, win dow seats, or hanging of drnpcrles, all suited to present-day needs, ntitl how to adapt Eastern art lmnriliiKs, nigs, brass work, carrlnR to modern rooms. You can also gather general Ideas a little liorc, a little thcro, as n beo gathers sweets from a clover flold, Paths meant for you to wan- , dor In open out luvltlngly unions ths ' beauties on every floor; while cunhlonod cosey corners wait In all the nooks to lot youdrlnk In the scenes in lclturclvcomfort. "ClUV OPTHS MAKER" II Geo. C.FTlint Co. A 43, 45 and 47 WEST ZiTST fl NEAR DHOADWAY. H rACTORY:l5AHDl56WtSTl9?SrflCn M I Beware of Imitations li JOHN DURCAN'I iOH, AOIUTI, NEW VOfttC 1' g0st Office llot.cc. I posi omen notice. ? (Should be retd DAILY bjr all Interested, as changes J majr occur at anr time.) w Foreign malls for the week ending Jan. H. 1 808, will cl close (PROMPTLY In all cases) al tlio Ooneral Post ') Omce as follows: PARCELS POST MAILS close on hour earlier than closing lime shown below. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. I j WEDNESDAY. At 7 A.M. (suppli-mentsrjOA.lt.) i for EUROPE, per steamship St. Louis', via South- I, ampton: at fl A. M. (supplrmrntnry 0i!10 A. M.) for EUROPE, per elesmshlp Oermanlc. via .; Queenstonn: at 10 A. M. for BELU1UH dlrnct, ,i pereteamshlp Westcrntand, via Antwerp (letter ft must ha directed "per Westornlnnd"). SATURDAY.-At 7 A. M. for FRANCE. HWITZER 1 LAND. ITALY, SPAIN. PORTUGAL. TURKEY, 1 EGYPT, and CIUTIHI! INDIA, per steamship La I uratee-nc', via Havre (letters tor other parts nf I Europe must tie directed "per La Uretaime")! I at 8 A. M. for NETHERLANDS illroct. per strain- 1 hip Veendum. via Rotterdam (letters must be directed "per Vertidsm !: at 10 A. M. (supple mentary 1 1:30 A. M.) for EUROPE. -er steamship AuranlK". vlaQuectutown: at 11A.M. ror NOR WAY direct, per steamship Thlngvalla (loiters must be directed "perThlUffvalla";. PRINTED MATTER. Ac-German learners saltlni; on Tuesdavs take Primed Mutter, He . for Her man., and Specially Addressed Printed Matter, ao., for other patts of Europe. American and White Star stcamcra on Widnesdnvs, Qerinan steamers on Thursdays, and Cunnrd. French and Oerman steamers on SutunlajH tuke Printed Met ier. c, for all countries for which they are ad vertised to carry mall. After tho closing of the Supplementary Transatlan tic Malls named above, additional supplementary molls are opened on tho piers of the American, English. French and Ocrmnn steamers, and re main open until within Ten Minutes of tbe hour . ot (ailing of steamer. ' MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES, ftc. WEDNESDAY. At 2:110 A. M. for PORT ANTONIO. tier tteamer from Philadelphia! H I A II, for Irani, per steamship Wordsworth, via p rnom bueo. Babla and lllo Janeiro (letters for North Brasll and La Plata countries must bo directed per Wordsworth"); at 10:30 A.M. fur HAITI, per steamship Prlns Wlllem IY. (letter for Venesuela, Curacao, Trinidad. British and Dutch Uulana must be directed "tier Prlni Wlllem IV.")t at 1 P. M. for CUBA. i per steamship Concho, via Havana; at i! P. M. for III BARBADOS direct and NORTH BRAZIL, via ll Para, Maranbam and Ceara, per steamship Poly- carp. THURSDAY. At 1 r. M. for BRAZIL, per steamship Imperial Prince, via Rto Janeiro and Santos (let ters for North Brazil aud La Plata Countries must be directed "per Imperial Prince"); at 13 M. for JAMAICA, per tcemshlp ArvUnrosn (let ters for Belize. Puerto Cortex and Guatemala must be directed " per Anlanrose". FRIDAY At 1 P. M. (supplementary 1:30 P. M.) for 8T. DOMINOO and TURKS I- LAND, per steam ship New York; at 1 M. for PORTO RICO direct, per steamship Arkadla. SATURDAY. At 2:31) A. M. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per tramshlp Roumanian from Philadelphia; al B A.M. for BERMUDA, per steamship Trluldadt at 10 A. M. (supplementary 10:30 A. M ) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, aud CARTIIA UENA, per steamer Altai (letters for Costa Rica must be directed "per Altai"); at 10 A. M. (supplementary luiBO A. M.) for HAITI, via Port au Prince, 4c, and Savatillla, per steamship Alps: at 10:30 A. M. for CAMPECHE, CHIAPAS, TABAbCO and YUCATAN, per steam ship Yumurl (letters ror other parts of Mexico and for Cuba must bedlrrcied "per Yumurl"); at 8:30 P. M. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per steamer from North Sjdneyt at M:.1U p. SI, for HT. PIERRU MIQUELON, iwr steamer from North Sidney. Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax and Ihene by steamer, close at this omce dally at Hum P. M. Malts for Mlqueloo, by rail to Boston and tbenc , bv steamer, close at this umco dally at N:!lu P. M. Malls for Cuba close at tl Is offlce dally at 7 A. !., for forwarding by sieanieni sailing (Mondays and Thursdays) from port Tampa. Fla. Malls for Mexico City, overland, unless specially addressed for despatch by steamer, close at this offlce dally at 2:30 A.M. and 3:110 P.M. iltcglstcrud mall closes al 0 1 M. previous d to, TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Malls for Australia (except those for West Australia), which are forwarded via Eurotie, New Zealand, 2 Hawaii, FIJI, and Hamosn Islands, per steamship Moanalfrom ban Francisco), close here dally up i toJan. 18 at T A. M 11 A. M.,aud 11:30 p. M. (ur I on arrltal at New York of steamship Aursnla I with British malls for Australia). Mails for China I and Japan, per steamship Victoria irromTacoma), close here dally up to Jan. 12 at (l:3U P.M. Malls for Australia (except West Australia), New Zr. land. Hawaii, and FIJI IsUnds, per steamship Ml owera (from Vanoouver), close here dally after Jan. 12 and up to Jan. 3 at 0.311 P. M. Malls fur China, Japan, and Hawaii, per steamship Bslglc (from Ban Francisco), close here dally up to Jan. 9 at 8:30 P.M. Malls for Hawaii, per steamship Aus tralia (from San Francisco), close here dally up to Jan, IValtliOOP. M Malls (or China aud Japan (specially addressed only), per steamship Kniiri's of Japan (from Vanoouven. oloso hero dally up I fl Jan. I2 at 0:30 P. M. Malls for tho society 1 Islands, per ship C ty of Papeltl (from Nan Fran I Cisco), close hero dally up to Jan, H5 nt tl.30 P M. I Transpacific mails are forwarded to port of sailing dally and the schedule of closing Is arranged on Ih I presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. r Registered mall closes at 8 P. II. previous da) CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Piisliiiaster. Post Omce, New York, N. Y., Jau. I. I MUh. ! -I PeflicaT. ATTENTION, OLD DR GnlNDI.E,Hlt-.lrAlE UNI VERSITY OF THE CITY OF .NEW YORK. MEDI" CAL DKPARTUKNl'; S3 YEARS A hl'I'.L lAI.I-ir IN DISEASES OF MEN. QI.D UR (lltlMU.I. bos en longer established aud has had more experience than any other advertising Physician, ill; iapcrs prove this. Under his scleutlnu treatment IiIimiiI and skin diseases, pains In bones, red spots, sore throat aud mouth, ulcers, painful swellings, kidney and bladder complaints, scalding Inflammations, gruvel, tiudee. oped oriians, weak back, lost vltallt), are spentl!-, . per manently cured. Meti alout to marry idioutd consult OLD II R. ORINDI.E. Every Impediment reuum1. Sufferers, do not waste time vlattlmr less skilful ph) slclsus Remember, OLD DR. (H'.lNlil.K nmer falls. OFFICE OVER 1 0 YEARS at 171 W st lath St., ho twoen othaud 71b as. Adt Ice free, Medicine tl. Hours, V tu U. Sundays, OloS, Nochargeunltsscured. OMMIIl. liltKV, r irnn .prilllllst III dls raaiaul men mil. (Quickest tennauent cure guar anteed In all diseases. Blood poison, sklu diseases, klduey aud bladder trout le. weakness, nervousdehll . Ity, errors of youth, bail dreams, undeveloped organs, I Impediment to marriage, Ac. Be wise, oousuu the only old specialist In this ell j Ofllce over !!(, years al I 1X0 East 17lh st.. near Union Hduare. Hours. 0 to U; Sundays, V to U. Heleullno treatment and adt Ice free. Medlclno only otic No charge unliss cured A. a. -a. -mi it liK-TFT-Kftvi-TVivif nfiii! In diseases of mem dangerous casi-s solicited; relief at once; those desiring only first ciais sclentltlo treat ment should call. TheleadlugKpet'Jallst,!)r.BoiiMhur, 127 West fill St.. ti to 3. 7 to li, humlays. Ill to I B It. PAUL, 140 East 44th st, only reliable special ist In all private diseases; blood poliunlng. Irrita tion. Inflammations, lost vitality, skin diseases speedily aud permsnently cured! charges low; medi cine free. Hours U K, KIDNEY and alTUlli.NARY TROUBLES ijuickfyaivt safely cured with DOCUTA bANDALWOOIl CAP BUI.tSi cures In seven days; avoid Injurious Imita tions; none but the DOOUTA geaulusi full directions. Price SI.60. All druggists. MRS. OEIRT, mldwire, boards ladlesi coaBnsmsBta, 9 adoption; oonndenilal trettmsali strloUy prt- : vats no sign. 387 Kast 60 la. j MMMsMHsMsTWMasssmssrTiisissiii si i ii is si