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K THE SUN 1 Harlem Branch & 119 west 125th street 1;' Jg" lIRLwantcdi tipping umbrellas. 70 Mercer at. i JrtVfKrdii-FEATIikKs'. Flrl-cliui aewrri work Mf VJ given borne. MAX W1F.NKK, 1C West lid at. gjomcislic tntnnts Wanted. ftS Call your M servant's atti ntlun JS to this opportunity. tS Thle coupon entitles a well recommended ser- off vant to one free lesson at W MRS, L, SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL, 3fc 808 nth ar., where all branches of cooking are iff taught by Jlr. (1. Imcke. SJJS fUIAMBERMAIDS. young, comnctsut cookn nrst- folk vclasa cooks. gOO to 900; first-class waitresses, fJP laundresses whodocbalnlwrwoik, waitresses who do WX: chamberwork, rooks who Hath and Iron, kitchen St? maids, homework era, French maids, French nurses, GIST, butlers, second and third mem a umtibor or servants m wanted at once. Mra 1.. SKELY, OS West 28d at.i S servants' entrance 302 Olhar. S3l r-toM'l'ETENT nurse for two children, wagee 2U, !K V for family In New York. a iiti, r sEFt.v, sag ntimv. rjlf tOHI'ETp.MT French maid who will do a llltlo Afifl vv chamberworkt beat references required, SyR Mra. 1.. BEE1.V. aog ntn bt. Wi "iOMPETENT laundress, 180. for flvo In family In SK Vj Brooklyn; beat references required. OT Mra. I.. SEEM', 052 0th BT. B "IJIRST-CLASS cook for family In New York and mr J? Newport forth summer: wanes $00 to SOOtbest WK references required. lira. I,. BKKLV. Boa nth ar. J3c' "7RKNCII nursery governess for a child 3 year old yjfe' X1 mutt hat a very tost reference-.. Ji ' Mrs. LSKELY, 332 0th ar. IpnENClt lady's maid, 183; must bo a good seam X stress and hare beet refcrrncea. Mn. I.. hKKLV, 3680th a I7IRST-CLA83 cnok, 130. for Bostom very best refer JCene required. Mrs. L. SEELY, aiS 01b ar. TOROTESTANT waitress for I'atcrson, N. J.j wages X 120; beat references required. lr. I.. SEEM'. 802 nth ar. CWEDIH1I parlormaid for airia.ll family In New York! 0 best references ronulrc d. Mrs. I.. SEEM, 332 ntli ar. li'nuufl 2HnlM 3tttc.mn.w. ar. ff EN Write to Moler'e Hnrber School, 3J3 Bow err, .AIL for free catalogue explaining nsw method of teaching barber trado In eight wecksi Jobs waiting graduates. "VATsTEn-FfffST-CLAIsS HOIK .TlAKKIUi BTICADY ItllPLOVMBM' Oia.tia..TEi:i) Tt TBADV, ncl.lAIILR tlKVt WAUKI 'J PER , DAV. APPI.VTOPICRni.E!t Itl'llliril .tirti. gi CO.. iowniii; NT.,rniDAV ,iioiti.;. V&i VV"ASTED-A flrstcTass blank-book "finishers only r-fjr f an experienced man need applr to !. ltlCHAHD E. l.U&K & .SON, 8? Llborty at. m Vctmxtt Mta 3nisccUantt)U3. J&, 10MPKTENT butlera, also aecond men, for private xTN ' families; must bare best references. jS Mrs. L. SEELY, 332 jltll ar. ft pOMrETENT butler, 0U. foriamlly In Now Yorkt Ufl J must hare rery best references. njg Mrs. I,. 8EEM', 332 0th ar. fi "pLASTEnKKS wanted for'olosgow.Scotland! ageii KK X -ad. per hour; plenty uorks no dispute. Apply t- TONNEIt, HBDouglasat., Drummond Sydney at. m -jQj!1 -Sf1!' cf cmalfis. V$ A CTIVE young woman as first-class kltchenmatd In SfBJ -fx- prlrato family: best city rc'i-ren-jr-i. V. II., box 3. PQ4 Bun uptown oftlce, 12ti& Itroidway. ffiff, TOOK. Thoroughly competent cooks understands $A v aoupa, meats, dosserts, Ac; bpat cttv references. J9E K. K., box B0& Sun uptonn otllce, 123 llroadwuy. Sm , apOMPETENT German woman as nurse to children"; Bi VJ good seamstress: best city references. M. bt box Hg. BOO Sun uptown ofllce, 121)3 Uroadway. E?Jt TCMnST-CLASHScookdcalrcs RltuationwhcreTnioheir- lyM i X maid Is kept; understands all dlstics thoroughly; WMi best city references. A. K., box 500 sun uptown gyW1 omcc, 1808 Uruadway. l'i, , TJURST-CLASS waitress In prlvato fumllv; under- KMS Xstanda wlnea. aalads. &c: can furnish best cllr e& ' references, kt. It., boxOIu Sun uptown oftlce, 1 sob XPjL Broadway. 3k T AUNDHESS.Excellent shirt, collar, and cu IT Iron- EKf XJ en thoroughly reliable; In prlvato family; city JSL, references. II. II., box 615 Sun uptown olllce, 1SB3 Jaf Broadway. aft' TTundRESS. Flrst-elaas-lauurt rcssj" can" launder $fv Xj ahlrta, collars, and cuffa; excellent cltr refer- fig ' encos. B. L., box OH Hun uptown oftlce, U'l)3 Broad- e way. ftp "EAT young woman as gooil family cook, washer vjl Jl and Ironcr; ftrst-class cltv references. M. C, box 5R fiOISan uptown office, 1205 Broadway. 'S; "1) ELI ABLE laundress In private family; willing and Sft! XV obliging; best city references. A. C, box 316 Bun uptown ofllco, 1203 Broadway. (iiE- JPHOnoUailM' competent young woman as first- MS Xclass waitress In private family; willing; city ref- 'fa- annoes. M. K., box 317 bun uptown omcc, 1205 SSK Broadway. 3S fpitUSTWOIlTIIY woman as InfanTnmrsoTcan take ;i; X full charge; understands bottle feeding: city ref- tfQ arencea. A. M., lox 51 u Sun uptown oftlce, 1205 jits Broadway. $t VELL-BECOMMENUEO young woman as cham- I bermald and waitress: willing and obllKlug; beat references. B. IIcO., box 502 Sun uptown oftlce, 1305 Broadway. "tjlTAITRESS Neat young woman; understands the TV care of the dining room thoroughly; best refer ences. M.U., box 503 Sun uptown orrico, 1205 Broad way. VOUNO YOMAN as firsl-clnis parlormaid or cham X bermald In private family: first class rofureucea. B. O'C, box 520 Bun uptown oftlce, 1205 Broadway. AUVEIITltl'-tli CI.KH14. Young man, 27 years old, bavlng several years' ex Etarlence In tho newspaper business, wishes u position In similar capacity: can furulsn excellent references. Address K., box 170 bun uptown oftlce, 1203 Broad way. A YOUNG TdAllItIEIJ5IAN (30)"deslres pt sltlons .Xcompetent and reliables wlllluf to work at any. tklng; can furnlsb the Lett of referjuces. J. HEEDKCK, Ml'atharlno st. r Y0U! MAN, 2irwlslicsaposltlonInadrertrslng Ji oftlce; has had 3g years' oxperleuco. A., box 101 Bun oftlce. tftff StttHUntrjj nittl grruswaliinn. IfKW-r REAL OABMENTS. Flue furs mada to order; luoilel- KK,j 1,n 'd garnienta a apeclnltyt prices reaionuble. Syff-, BARKKIl'S, 11(1 W. tltlth at. dote of (luuther, Sth a.. ji fJnnafortejs, Orgnw, fte. Ji$ Au nnsortiut-nt of tircoiidIinnil W STEINWAY lK sSRAXD, NQ HA It It AM I'l-ltK.HT IMA.MI1, flj soais nenrly m-, nil mlly wnrrnmeit, -Xif Also for sale cheap, the largest stock of second hand I SET planoa of other makers, Including every prouilneut eaB nuns In America and Kurope. i'VS IIKUAItl! ' IIOIJI5 IMlTIU"lK1,T gSf represented as UENUINK STEINWAY 1'IANOS. J- H T I! I W A V A, IIISH, mC Slelnrmy Hall. At-w York. W A RARE CHANCE. gm Bushman upn ht, waluui insi-. a;&, (3 monthly JH IIOETZ CO , Nl-ei t Court t., Brooklyn itM ItKUS & I'ltXIl I'llMW Irv Anaaaortmontof these high grade planus alnaysrn K3L , hand; also twoallghtly ustd at I urgilu; new planus VeE of other makca S200 upward JSJE' LOUIS J, JOt.CKM'y. 10 East llltll St. m 3t3iC3r- TF? A "? tr A TTST. 'if? Ontckvriug aiitiaru: in ist be sola; Osft, si in oithly, (lOETZiCt)., Kl-h:i Court st . Ilrciullyii. UllllAT IIAIII2AIMS ri'llllillT I'l t.MIt (lordnn, small aire (3 moiitlilj . ., noil tiordou, medium aire,, . t'l monthly . tvl.Ml Gordon, larg st sice 3d iiiontlily S175 ltents . UOHDON, Kill Mh at., bet 2(!h and 21st. A FEW used I lunos, chenpi new pianos X3 monthly; Jlcxchangril. rented, CIIHISTIUN. II' last HlllH. HF.AUTIKUI. upright pianos, tU.l; Flst'hci, HI 1(1; ili Xstelnay. U'3i Wrlwr, M0; hohnior, sacrlllce. Wfc' WI.NTKUHOrll. Ui3Eat Itthal. "' 1 AltnEaasorlmenf. slfghtlr" ueiir0() loil23irent li t3; aiuall Installments. Ou tier llr.. I3E I It list. TIIUNCE. Two manual uud peiliil orguu In i;ood X orders Mill be sold at a sacrllti-ti, eultablo for borne, lodge room pnrpoM-s. or 4 hapel. QEOIlllli It SAI.il, '13 Hank st .tty. "OF-LIABI.E Counor pianos, secou I U3111I, U.'h relT XV lug. exchauglng, lepalrlug. open cvciiIiiks. I East d st. IOTEINWAY'l'IANO. 11 n(iieir iimullily i " upright! v t j bargain; full-size aituures ft7i. WleHNF.lt. VSJMst I Ith at. rpENUFitllillTS, slightly llaeil, li3ach; tun "l X rights, 1123: low retilula WlbS.SElt, MID Fulion st., IliDukljn, ?O0i .vrts, fit. i)ba show WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB. Entries Close Saturday, Fob. 5. OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 12 P. M. JAMES MUllTiatlllt, Mupt. aMfaaw IMS BUOADWAY, IH BOOM 111. TOTraBEND B'LD'a i0i0iifmmt mkm ajsi.saaxiisiSixsssisiiiisisaisiss MRraopoufAM oratBA Bourns. GRAND OPERA f to French, (lerman, and Italian, under Direction of WALTER UAMltOSCH and C. A. BLLIS. Evening perrormam ra at 8 o'clock. Mallneea at 9. NluBI.Il.1UR.tJ TrtlLOOY. TO.sjitlltT .,,. Dm Wsslksirss" Mme. Kordlcather nrst appearanse as Brunnhllde) and Mme. Gadsk), Mmrs. Rtaudlgl, Toronta, neygard, Van Cauteren. Mattfeldl SIM. Kraus. Flsoher, Italnt. Conductor. Bamrosch, WFD. KV'O, FRO meaTtlMl" FltI.KVn.FED.il . , "Cetterdamnseruna" (Only Performance.) BAT, MAT., FEB. 0 Itmnen t Jullelle" Mines. Mrlba, Toronta, Van Cauterent MM. Ibos, Campanarl, Boudourrsqne, Btehmann, Halns, Vannl. Vlrlanl. Shaw. Conductor, Illmhonl. MONDAY EVCI., Fhll. 7 .. Hnrher or tserllla" Mines. :telba, Van Cautereni MM. Fallgnae, Campa narl, Carbolic Boudouresque, Vlrlanl. Conductor, Bimbonl SOA1.E OF PK1C1.S-!, $1.80, !. tl.HO. (3, U. Mat, rvfa. srit. A TNnnhMUaer IIM.1l fl-.U(llt.1l.ti: AT POfUI.tn PIIICK1. Mmea. (ladskl. Bsrna, MattfrMi MM. Kraus, Fischer, lllspham, Van lloosr, Staudltl, Halns, Conductor, Dnmnmi'li. tCALE OF rntCCI: 7Se , (1.00, $1.50, t?.50. Illllllt M'.MIAY IHT KAI ItnT, At IMmilsr I'rlres. Fell. U at 8:13. B0l,blHT8t Mine. .Vordlra (her only appearance In the Sunday Mulit Concerts). Miss lierlrmle Mar Hirln. llerr Ilo.linmlil. llerr ltnill Flscherln no's ism's) htaiiat MArr.lt." and a miscellaneous programme. Conductor, Big. Bimbonl, rues, tir's. Vrk, Ilia Melateralnicr" Teatlmnnlnl perrrtnahef IMitfrrad tu IIKIlll ItMII, riHCIIRtl In honor of the anniversary of his fortieth rear on tlio atage and tils ninety-fifth appearanro In Ids great role of HANS S toils," supported uy the following cast: Mmes. seyganl, Slaudfgl. MM. Hothmuhl. Hteb mitin, ltalna, Itrounr, Ctatidlgl, Van Hoose, and others. Conductur, Damroach Keats on salt at Itox Oftlce, and alan at Tyson's, principal hotels, and Hullman'a, 111 Ilmadway. STEINWAY PIANOS UM'.R MlmtOPtll.tTAV OPF.n."llOIj"lK. Six Lenten Orchestral Concerts. March 1st (erenlne), tub (evening). 12th (matinee), Hfi (evening), lmh (matinee), 10th (matinee). THEODORE MmoSdlca, THOMAS' Si";""3""' ORCHESTRA, BT' Subtrrlptlon sain li now golns on at Schuberth's, 2.1 Union Squoru. SF- PAUL JONES Kv,B:15,5e.,S0c.,7.'ic. Hatt.Wrd.,83c.iBat .85c.,OOo. Feb. 7 Souvenlr(&uth) pcrformnco CaitleSa.Op. Co. MARTHA fngiish. FMPIRF" THFATRF b-way and 4oth st. CIIAHI.ES FltOIIMAN Manager "ANOTHER EMPIRE SUCCEsS."-.N.Y.Sun MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND BATURDAY. EMPIRE THEATRE COMPANY, Preaentlng Paul Potter's Great Tlay, ' Tin: coxQuaiitoRS. still RTItrnT Till! tTnrt, nearOthar. Nights. S;I5. Beserrod Or.-h. Circle or nl(ony. SOc, ENGAGEMENT loll A SHOUT TIMB ONLY. CHAUNCEY OLCOTT, " Srrcftr! BlQKf r on the utaco." l.AKT TLMKHof Sweet Bnniscarra. HEAP. OLCOTT'S NEW SONUS. GARRICK THEATRE. E3V8u,',H!!r!rMnar,.a.'1r:t5: Hojt ft JIcKee. I-f.-sces. Charle Frohman.llanasar. Matlneen Vo!nola and SaturJajr MISS MAUDE ADAMS, UIIIECTION OF CHARLES FltOIIMAN, In J. M. Ilarrl.-'s Or 'at Cnmedy. T HE. LJ TT LE MINI STER. fltl.SfkBT Broadway 4 mith st. I MATINEES ..'. Erei..h:15. Wed. Sat 'i:I5 IRtH s4 W ! a fl VI ff nouns loao R MlOCfnHafl,t,'av'-nnd 3d at. Begins W:13. H-H ItPRfllTTB pASIELFUOHJIAN.... Manager Hatl UbsUJBQIl Matloeea Thuraday and Sat. z. I.M'AT ISUCCIUIS Of tho 5-act domestlo I'rnma by B. C. Carton, The Tree of Knowledge. .Special JIatlne-NEXT TUESDAY of Th-PRINCESS and the UDTTERFLY. with Jas. K. Haclcett. ST. NICHOLAS OOTU bT., NEAR COLUSIliUS AV. Hockey match Saturday. Feb. 0, at 8 P. M. Yalo vs. Columbia. .rlYlllSOX HUUAIIK UAItUU.V. The Oreat Poultry and Pljeon Show. .M.NTII AUAI, Kxinuirin.v New York Poultry and Pirjeon Association CLOSES TO-MORROW NIGHT I OPEN U A. M ADMISSION SOc. TO 10:!t(J P. JL CHILDItEN abc. GARDEfTTHEATRE. &,tj&l!J&iZ COth CHARLES FRoHMAN Manager Performance ';?" .'Bbts. Last Sat. Mat. To-night MR. CHARLES GOGHLAH, n,sno!?r.,THE ROYAL BOX PER. 1S-I1ENRY MILI.Hlt IN A NEW PLAY. WALLACK'S. Mats'satlitS. K. E. Wee' " : rnUuction. . LAST THE GIRL two FROM PARIS. I WEEKf;..j HERALD SQUARE THEA. U'way and 30th at. i.iini.u Chaa. E. Evana. Prop. Evea.at8:lS. last a vi:kkx. RirP'Q Production or the I Mats. Wed. r,'fc'c' J Frlsay Novelty, land Pat. a:13. THE FRENCH 1MIA1D. WFRFRJSFin riC MVslcilAlTl,. ibunday nLDtttariLLUa Mala. Wed. ft Sat. Concert. ffiiVft,. the WAY-HIGH-MAN. In olio Frank Hush. O'llrlen tc Harel. others. BROADWAY THEATRE, Z?:l TWRATHP. . ,,,0,b to tOTtll Performau'ce ?:rJrJr ' "' " Koren 4 smith's OPERA Itoniantlo Comlo Otiera. Th COMPANY HIGHWAYMAN uoiuiniii, Erg., SslB. Mat. hat , . THE CHARITY BAIL OH THE WURSERY AND CHILD'S HOSPITAL, WALDORF-ASTORIA, m"i$u.?yMa- Boies can he had from 1 1 lo I at a Eaat 33th st. Tickets at 111 Woat Both st. and 10 West lltnst. If F I TH ' S Continuous Perfornunce. a fia I fl 1 1 9 2Ac. &l)c. Noon to 1 1 P. M. AMI STICK ll;HlllIHI'(lliri)l' IIKHKA'SOM ALICE ATIIERTON, FRAZER COULTER AND (JHACE TIIORNE COULTER, THREE BROS. FOR TL'NI; linorilEltHTAU.", RRAMn PERA 2111) ST ft H Matinee urtftnu aoUHK. hTIIAV P.M. baturlar. AlllUHTUH 1'ITUll . lessee and Manager "CUtVlBERLAND '61." f'Altltl tl.l'.s i l m; litKKI foil I030. PAKTOR'Q' ""Tvi'ii;ih:i I0 lUri 9 Kiii-oini..i:r:. IUt:n to 1 1 I'. .11. Srul. -jt nun ao cents. IIOIIUY OAYI.OR. I.KWIH ft ERNEST. COCNTESS VON IIATZFELDr. JOE WELCH UADI PRfl "PERV Mr. Aug. DaTy'a ritf L.B1IWI uoitsE. Original Co. TUp PpmMA Comnlete production nC VaCIOnn rrm juij,-. Theatre. .'.cat Week -HENRY MIM.KR In IIEARfHEAhE. At siii: or siiNU'. 'iTthat. &IrlngPI. a oriiutrt Titii'sii'ii. THE WHITE HEATHER Matlmca Wed uud hat, at 3. Ero., 8:lo. jk SAM T. JACK'S THEATRE." lfV IIIIOAIIMAV 30TII lT. aKSaJ JKMK vi:iais in tini. V 8 UIU HIIOWS EVERY DAY. 'J and H. MaNUhTTAM Kv' H,,r'- Mate. Wed, Hat, ilS. WMt I IHE BALLET GIRL lllVlK alll.lU.II t.t AT PIIOL'IUII'M, SillUHT. .m:t tvi:i:n. llrllolslKl.Tn-iiiorriml I " I.OIIIM M A st'AssiB'sVIa ITtll I.lril.M L-'rMi5' I .-The Telephone Silrll" He lleiuil 1 whuw I Show of lbt city I Show of crowds! .MIVIKKI IG'I a AT PHOCTOIt'H. UtlltNT., M'.il vt IIKK. lll'HTHlit UIDICII MUSIC Orch. aid Bal bEOlu.S't nAnLtM HALL. Ilea KSc. uud &0e. Mn-i;lo rl.n.' I'u.lniKiii A lloli-oiiib, Alice llaymoud .i '1 mi Klrt.li.iMi, lloit.nt. & Wr.'kbt, Hilly Carter, .MMft.KI.II..1A ATI'IIUI-TUII'H.'uuiihtTT MtT It ItKli. IIIIIM. ll'.icry Evc.&l-at MatTLAhlTibpACSY l'l, K WEEK. OITrllliai'h's sparkling TIIKiritH I LA BfcLLl: HELHNE. " ( 'OH ' M JiL s 1r.yp..H.!:2,,T, Next week, IN IAV NEW YORK. "l '" iiiiii:ni:i,ii.vi.i. at i-iioctou's, -juuwtTT mi xr iim. ' CTID A8U6."Mau. Wed. bt".Qal.. 160. Ilal..SBo. OlAlti 1IIKNII.lKUUI.tU. Ore. SOc, Neat Week THE OBEAT TRAIN BOBBERY. MINNIBtnEMUHAK AT rHOCTUUI, OBBIT., umwtiAt sysJstjaaaiisssassssaissasasarssisaiiissi ARSON SOCIETY. 3RARB MaMiarjatRABM MAIX, MADISON SQUARE QARDKN, fridvt. KB. 11. ists. Tickets. 10 tor lady and ginllamani extra ladle' ticket. SO 1 may be obtained at Arton nlL 00th at, and Park ar.. beaQnarteri Hants Dm., comer Madi son ar. and 68th st.t Ogdsn Kettsnmarer, 0 Lib erty St. t Wm. Juffftnien. 48 Exchange placei Vm. Barthman. 1A Maiden lane, near Broadway ireter Wledtrer. C1 Broadway 1 Bobmer A Co., lie. 106 East 14th st.t Onas. W. Schumann ft Sons, 097 Broadway Lurch Piano Co., OUT 4th ar., corntr COth st.i OottbeU Falck, 8. E. corner Bowarjr and arand at. anfl ISO East I S5lh st.t Tyson A Co., Fifth Avnu Hotel. A llmltrd number ot boxea and reserved seats can b bad at Arlon Hall. BBth it. and Park av. PLhAitrts CONTINUOUS " ALACErv.r5srr A LYDIA YKAMANN TrTUS, LILLIAN BURKI ART. AL LRKOI1 t a ROSEBUDS, SMITH ft CA1IPIIELL. BOUERT ft O'BRIEN, COL. SHULT'S TRODPK OF GREAT DANES, MoPhra ft HUI, Lavender ft Thomson, ilall ft Htaley, Nellie Burt. Sutton ft Jones, Lea Ingham, other. Afta. 1 So. and 15c. nnnPTfllVQ msbClass continuous Perform. rtlUulUn Us Noon to 11 P. a.0' 25c. BOa. irsstsjssia;n naniis wr iu a . . "w World 1" M. nUDINOFF. Oreat French Kntertalnrri CLUFORD and IIUT1I, Comfdyt UVINO PICTURES THE DOWLINOB. Comedy I 40 other atars. MnVTI O S4th Bt. n'r U'y. Eres. H:80. Bat. Mat. SilB. llU I I J HOYT t McKKE 1'RorillRTOn.l i&SSfiV HILLIAHD "A NEW YORKER." NEXT MONDAY EVENINO. Charles Frohman will present A New Farco In Three Acts, Entitled OH! SUSANNAH! Now Running at the Royal Theatre, London. Cast Includes: FRITZ WILLIAMS. ROtlERT COTTON, FRANK DOANE. ALFRED HICKMAN, MAUDE HARRISON, JESSIE BUSI.EY. MARION LKSTFR. MAY WOOD. BLANCHE BURTON, UAOUIE FIELDING, AND JOSEPHINE HALL. Beats now ready. Extra Til It U'OUXll IV WAX. mril Now I Execution of Criminals rllril To-day by Elephants In India a'l, Hungarian Band Conccrta Aft. ft Eve MUSEE CINEMATOGRAPH Attriietlonir Kxhiblu New View hourly, Including THE OBEnAMMBROAU PASSBOftfl PLAY At. 3 mui o p. ar. KNICKERBOCKERc'atht. WH. II. I IrSlftraEI IN HIS NEW COMEDY, A VBEtGINIA COURTK&HIB. Seats Ready for Waahlngton'e Birthday. 5TII AV. THEATRE. B'way and 28tU at. k.v iVKroiiT. supported by Melbourne MacDowell. To night, Cleo patra:bat.mat..KcdoraiSat.nlgbttfarcwsll),LaTosca. NEXT MnniCISUA and Jos llaworth Seata now WEEK lTlUUJtal.it m Mary Htuart. on sale. KOSTER & BIAL'S Matinee Saturday. LOTTIE GOLLINS-CHARMIQN JULIA MACKEY, REMENYI AND OTHERS. girt nUjs nnd (Sxhibitiaus. Executor's Absolute Sale. THOMAS H. KIKBY, Auctioneer. -ONE OF THE MOST REMARKABLE GATHER INQS OF PICTURES OFFERED FOR RALE ANY WHERE IN THE WORLD." To-night JH To-night at tPn AT 8:15. gjgjSr 8:15. At ' Chiokering Hall, Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street. Admission without card. (No reserved seats.) Concluding Sale of Famous Pictures BY Famous Masters Gathered by the late Wm. H. Stewart. AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers, MADISON SQUARE SOUTH. NEW YORK. gentling Motrin and gcjatnurnnt?'. 667BRbADWA677 CENTRAL HOTEL, I A T1IK HEART OP SJEIV IOHK. Location absolutely unequalled for Business, Sight scelns, and Pleasure. Tim sesr flapld Transit Cable Llnee rasalnv tho floor run tho Untlre xnath or Ilroaol. way from the flattery to Central Parle, paaslna all the Fashionable Ntorea, Theatre., Mnd Principal Attrao tlona or the CUT. GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT Passengers ran take LEX INGTON AVENUECABLE CARS direct to or from tho Hotel to 4 2d St. Station, or Fourth Avenue Cars direct to Astor place or Bond St., one block In front, PAS8ENUF.RS ARRIVINO BY ANY OF THE FER RIES or either FOREIGN or COASTWISE STEAMERS can take any Cross-Town car or walk to Broadway and take Cable Cars direct to the Hotel, or, via the Sixth Avenue Elevated, stopping at Bleecker Street Station, one block from Hotel. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. The regular Tariff of Charges Tor each person wilt be: Fur Itoom only . . SI. on. 81, SO and na.no mill Honrit - S'J.BO, aja.oo. ss.sw Sinai Meals ...-... 7a Cent, tfpeclulllatesror Families or Permanent ii ue.t.. Send for circulars, maps and other Information to TII.LV IIAV.MKH, Proprletar. United States Hotel, Broadway Central Boston, Hotel, New York. THE SLEVIN HOTEL, 14TII ST. AND 7TII AV. ForBntleinn. n the Euroj'oan plan, $1 per dayi special rates for largo and small Kuomi, by the week or month. HUaif SLRVIFroprletor. Cooper Union Hotel, IG, 17, am" 10 3d av. Handsomely furnished rooms; permanent or transient; rat. moderate. IltlTKI, SIAttTV. French table d'hote. T neat asih si. Olve It a trial to-day, LUNCH. 40e.i DINNER, 00c. Wine and colfen Included) aervlce a la carte at all hours; moderate prices. Rooms by day or week. Winter lUtforw. V8RGSN.A HOT SPRINGS oi'itsj am. run viiaii. -.'.300 Feet Elevation on the rilKIAPl:tl(P. AM OHIO IIAII.WA1'. Motlwondirful waters In America for rheumatism, Kout, and nervous troubles Pullman Compartment far leases New York 4i3UP M. .via Pennsylvania R.H., Tuesilai a. Thursdays, and Saturdays. Apply at C. & o, offices, Mil'.' and i:IK3 Broadway, offices Pennsylvania It. It., or F. II. Hchorleld. Met. liMe , Uad. sq, Address FRE!)STEHHY,manaircr,HotSprluira,l!athcounty,Va. ColUflte nntl eUoolfj. Par Boja aad 1'oanc Sirs-City and Cauntry. SACRED .HEART ACADEMY. nelrct Catholic Boarding bcnooli advautaites unsur passed! new buildings, new oval; rates reaaonable. lid term KebJ. Brother At'QUhT. West Chester. N.Y. rtOLLEUE PllEPARATJON.-Frencb, daisies, math- v ematlcaimy eoholara successful. A. AttMAQNAC. Ph. P., BUS West End av. Musical. BANJO, mandolin, euttarTjIs, clot and buck dan cing taught; Instruments furnished. J. BOOAN. BO Bd av. Hcltools or Klocutlon ana Oramatle Arta. STACK JNrVFK.UCTaON. Ladles and gentlemen thoroughly and practically prepared for the professional stage at the Lawrenca, School or Acting, ion West 42d st.i fully equipped atage, acenery, Ac, In class room. Hand for circular. Dastelnsi Academies. MISS McCABE'S Dancing School, al Eaat 17th st. Private and class lessons dallyi beginners any time. HAItVARD AOADEUY, 18th at. and Park av., Ed. J. Flnnegan, director; (circulars) separata ball for beginners. . - -- 1 T' ' Further Furniture Facts YOU can't tell whether you're getting a bargain or not, until you see the goods. Prices in themselves are not conclusive. In reading the following detail, please do so with this in mind : That the selection of this -furniture for our February sale has been made from the offerings of only well-known and re liable makers, whose names are in themselves guarantees of worth and workmanship; That the sale-list includes a number of pieces of the magnificent "hand-made" furniture recently described to you, and which is admittedly the finest made in this country, outside of the highest class custom work ; That the Brass and Iron Bedsteads are taken from our regu lar stock, and you know what that is. Low prices, certainly, low enough to make you sus picious of qualities, perhaps, if it were not this store which was offering them. But beside low prices, above and beyond the mere element of little figures, the furniture is good furniture, and in many cases the best furniture which money will buy. Now read the prices. Bedroom Suits Bureaus At $9.50 Of oik, 3 pieces ; full sized bed- At 5'-Of oik, fancy shaped top, 32x16, 3 stead, carved headboards bureau with top large drawers, cast brass handles ; mirror 36x17, 3 large drawers, French bevel plate 16x20. mirror 18x20; washstand with double At 17 Of oak, top 16x36, 3 large drawers, closet. cast brass handles and bevel plate mirror At Si 8 Of ash, 3 pieces; full size bedstead, 18x20. carved headboard; cheval dressing bureau, At 8.75 Of oak, top 33x20, 3 large top 46x17, 2 large and 2 small drawers drawers and cupboard in base, cast and hat box In base, bevel plate mirror brass handles and bevel plate mirror 18x40; washstand, top 31x16, with 3 12x20. drawers In base; cast brass trimmings. dj At 45 Of curly birch, 3 pieces; full sized iJeOSteaaS bedstead, headboard nicely carved; dress- At $3 Enameled bedsteads, 3 feet wide, ing bureau with fancy shaped front, top with best quality woven wire mattress; 44x22, 2 large and 2 small drawers in guaranteed for five years, base, pattern plate Frencli bevel mirror At J7.90 Enameled bedstead, In all the 26x32; fancy shaped front combination widths, swell footboard, brass top rails commode, top 20x34; cast brass trim- and brass knobs, best quality woven wire mlngs; highly polished. mattress; guaranteed for five years. At $65 Of solid mahogany, 3 pieces; full rg. .. . T . , sized bedstead, carved headboard ; dress- 1 OUei 1 UDICS ing bureau with swell frdnt, fancy shaped At $10 Enamel finished, fancy shaped top top 48x22, 2 large and 2 small drawers 20x30, l large drawer, serpentine front, in base, pattern plate French bevel mlr- oval French bevel plate mirror 16x20. ror 30x40; swell front commode with At $16 Of solid mahogany, fancy shaped fancy shaped top 18x36; cast brass top 32x19, l large drawer, swell front trimmings; highly polished. and oval French bevel plate mirror 16x24. The Difference Between 88 and 100 If your eyes are sufficiently keen to distinguish between a cloth having 100 threads to the inch, and one having 88, you can tell at a glance the difference between the ginghams we are selling at Eight and One-Half Cents a Yard and the best ginghams made in the world. Can you do it ? There's no other difference than this one of threads per inch. The patterns are just as good, in fact practically identical. But the other costs 2c. a yard, 3Sc a yard if it is Scotch. These are now regular 12 l-2c. goods, but probably more familiar to vou as the kind which ruled at 20c. a yard for some years. We' sold 19,76? yards of them yesterday at 8 l-2c. There remain of the lot something less than 7,000 yards, not enough for three days' selling, for to-day's selling will He larger than yes terday's. Don't be too late. New I ot AN interesting dis- Mens cu We took stock in ofSrfrWc plav of pretty gar- Rn..T,f!i the Clothing Store of Children s e-nts ,, tlwf ChlI. Be Quick ! this week& lt is Dresses. dren's Wear " Store always a process which results in dis- to-day. Among them a new arrival coveries, and we made one this time. of moderately-priced percale and We round more broken lots than we gingham dresses for tots 2 to 4 years expected. Broken lots have no busi- of age. ess here, and so: At esc-Of percale, in pmk or blue , About one hundred Men's Suits in grounds with neat stripes or checks, tancy cheviots and worsteds, good Gretchen, yoke effect, and bertha; collar, styles and desirable, or they wouldn't sleeves and belt trimmed with while be broken up in sizes. briM- , , , Formerly $13.50 to $20; now $10 a suit. At 85c Boy's dress of percale, box- second floor, plaited from neck; large square collar, nf. reali u,lnr cuffs and belt trimmed with braid. Consider U,. H. . rc,aJ ze.wI,at At $1-Gulmpe dress of gingham, blouse Tjlis reading Ridpath's History effect; double ruffle around shoulders, "" of the World would do embroidery trimmed; red, blue or pink for you ? plaids or checks. a half hour daily for a single year B.cod floor. Fourth av.nu.. will put you in touch with every im- Twn Cnrcset About 600 new portant event since human life began. rhnnr-nrT corsets, boujjht advan- Is knowledge worth while ? Histor- wnances. tageously. go on sale ical information lies at the foundation this morning at a third off usual prices, of all learning. Everything that is, is In all sizes and shapes. but the result of what has been. At 95c Of French coutil, extra long waist, And the pleasure of it ! Ridpath's high corded bust, well boned, 2 side Great Universal History is as fascinat- steels, white and drab, 18 to 30 inches; na as a romance regularly $1.50. f, . ' a -r a h, ..... .imii,.-. t UPon Payment of One Dollar the comp ele ifi !uF7rf SLTl. iEiS f Li cP.f st is delivered at once. There are eight little French models straight front, short mlSjive volumes fi non tne 4 non iiimtri. Shite' or Mid ' Cno side r& Payments to comPlete " transaction-first iK,5cn ' ' Pyment in thirty days after jolning-for the regularly $2.50 cloth-bound, $1.50 a month; for the lialf.Russia Btoond floor. by far the more durable and attractive $2 Old Furniture KffiS S2S&1 fr sump,uus fu" mrcc' ,X5 MfifiP Now re-cover inaioia specimen pages, illustrations, maps, charts, jnuut m,W. paror su,t arKj make testimonials and full information, sent free, it look nearly as bright as when pur- The nook wore, ninth atr.at. chased. There are English corduroys picure Wn frame pictures to here at 85c a yd. 18 colors; silk, c order promptly and at faced Tapestries in 5 colors at $1.75 ; framing. ijttie cost. An assort- and beautiful silk Tapestries in 3 colors ment of mouldings from which clioos- at 53.75. ing should be easy. You may see them mira floor. in the new picture store, Fifth floor. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart, & .Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts. ? I H.6ARKI West Fourteen th Street. FRIDAy, AS tlSUAL, BARGAIN Dacj, with New Goods at Prices that Have made Friday Famous. Ladies' tlr,DERWE&K To-dayi- Muslln Drawers umbrella ruffle laoe trim ,81 Oood quality Canton flannel Drawers h(m ,80 Oood quality Canton flannel Knloksrbockera ,37 Extra slse Canton flannel Drawers emb'y trim .40 CamDrla Corset Covera-emb'v or laoe trim .10 ltuslln Oowns four Inserting emu'y ruffle ,49 Cambrlo and Muslin-fancy atrles wsre .08 ,0C Outing flannel Downs sailor collar ,40 Others In f anoy stripes tucks and lace trlm'd ,80 UusUn Skirts deep smb'r or lac Inserting .05 Fin Cambric handsomely trlm'd 1,40 All Wool Knit Sklrts-rrortn 1.49 .08 Outlns; Flannel Sklrte-sllk scallop .40 Children's Canton flannel Drawers ruffle .10 Chlldren'a Canton flannel ruffle ot rmb'y .86 Chlldren'a Knit Wool Skirts-all colors .40 Chlldren'a Mualln Skirts ruffle of emb'y ,40 Chlldren'a Fine Jean and Cambric II. W. Waists-" seconds" value ,9 .SO Ladles' C. P. Corseta short, medium and lout waists-odd sizes were H.BO to 4.50 1,49, .1.08 Boas' Clothing T..day:- AU Wool Sailor Suits 3 tolOyrt 1,08 Finer combination collars braid trim 8.08 All Wool Double Breast Suits 4 to IB 1,08 Finer 4 tola yn usually Four fifty 8,08 Cheviot Knee Trousers 4 to tflyrs 80 AU Wool Khee Trousers navy and mixtures, ,40 Balance of Hats and Caps were BO cents 10 Finer qualities were 00 and 70 cents 80 Ontlne Flannel and Cambrlo Waists 10 Laundered rercale Waists were .83 40 eUTLERtJ Ts-day!- Dlnner Kntvea and Forks set of six tub 80 Oenulue Stag handle Carver and Fork... 08 Solid Steel Solssors nickel plated 17 Raxor Eround Corn Knives pearl handles 60 Genuine French Brier Pipes now mouth pleoa .16 Rubber Handle Tea Knives oral shape ds 1 ,84 Tlietif PrtctB tptak trfft a force word cannot give, euRTAiN Draperies To-d.y:- (0.00 Silk Brocstels and Damasks now 1 .08 Bagdad Stripe Tapsstrles 00 inches wide 40 nravy Heraldic Tapestries 08 Best Silk Warp Tapestries all colors 1.49 (0.00 French Tapestry Wall Panels th yds. 8.08 Best furniture Velvets all colors 76 Japanese Gold Art Crepes 30 patterns 7'i Flt'd and Coin Spot Muslins SO and 40 Inch O's Tambour Sash Muslins value, la's 94 Fancy Fish Net Curtaining .104 Fancy Co I'd Opcnn ork Scrims 40 Inch 9 a New Figured SUkollnes were O's G"s Irish Point PansI Laces ,3 0 Decorating Denims new designs .llss Velvet finish Cretonnes 31 Inches wide 0 neavyRep Cretonnes SO Inches wide .12h Fanay Figured Tickings ,10 New Linen Stripe Slip Coverings 30 Inch ,3 1 Manufacturer's Tapestry Remnants ,16 to 1,08 Curtains and Portieres Tedsy!- Orlental Strlpo and Derby Tapestry Portieres 1,08 Silk Froa Frou Portieres were 11.00 6.08 Silk Brocallna Portieres were 8.00 4,08 Silk Moire Damask Portlsres ware 12.00 0.08 Stlk Empire Damask Portieres were 1S.00 8.08 300 pair Ruffled Muslin Curtains; value 1.1U ,86 Best Scotch Lace Curtains Bp to 00 Inch wide 1,20 White Irish Point Curtains-value 0.00 3.08 Rugs, Shades, etc. Te-dsyi- Wool filled Art Squares 0x0 ft 1.48 Wool filled Art Squarcs-7axU ft 2.10 Wool filled Art Squares-Pin ft 8.00 Wool filled Art Squares-Ox la rt 3.40 Fancy Combination Fur Rugs !0xB4 Inch.,,. 1.08 1-j yd. Silk Tapestry Table Covers; were 3.00. 1.08 2 yard Venetian Tapestry Covers; were 9. 00. 1,40 Chenille Table Covers 2 yds sq fringed 70 Bestnolland Window Shades Knot fringe 30 to 30 Inches spring roller value 00 ots. ,20 Opaque Shades 8 Inch Russian Lace 30 Shelf Oilcloth IB styles 3 Fancy Teblo Oilcloth Us yds wide 12 Fancy Table OIIcloth-la yds wide 10 White Enamel Curtain Poles brass trim 10 Brass Poles 3 ft long brass trim 36 Thtte PrlccM tpeali tclth a force tvorda cannot give. Linens and Towels To-day All Linen Table Damasks-3 yds, wide 30 Bleached Table Damasks 08 Inches wide 20 All Linen Double Damasks 00 to 73 Inch ,03 All Linen Napxlns S3 Inchea square da 1.16 Silver bleached medium also ds 40 10 Inch All Linen Dollies col'd borders 4 44 Inch Honeycomb Towels red borders 8 All Linen Damask Towtls-Slx42 Inch 10 All Linen Hemstlchiluck col'd borders 12 Extra Heavy Turkish Towels-20x30 Inch 12g Flannels To-diy:- Yard Wide White Shakers-lSHi cent quality Ob Heavy Canton Flannela 6's All Wool Gray Shakers yard wide 24 fcllkEmb'd White Flannels ; value ,00 40 Kmb'd Skirt Patterns-full slse 20 All Wool Shrunk Skirt Patterns-full slie 70 Stamped Goods, etc Todey:- Btaraped Openwork Scarfs 2 yards long 20 Twisted and RopeKmb'y Silk doien skslns. ,28 Sateen Skirt Vokea all alias 8 Velveteen Dreaa Binding 0 yard piece 12 Soutache Ilrald V4 yard piece 16 Red Marking Cotton doien apools 8 Colored Sewing Silk doten spools , 21 Dress Linings Tcday:- Extra fine Skirting Moreens Bl'k and colors, , 1 2 "a SO Inch Roman Stripe and Plaid Skirting 1H Cross-bar Crinolines black, white, and gray, 4 Best quality Skirt Cambrloa all colors 3 t. Ready Cut Linings perfect fitting-all sites. , 1 0 Bed Coverings Tedsy:- 11-4 Strictly All Wool Whit Blankets-pair. 2.08 11-4 Heavy White California Wool Blankets. 3, OB Full site White Crochet Quilts 40 Extraheavy White Crochet new designs 06 Full alio Fancy Sllkollne Comfortables 08 Best Live Oeese Feathers pound 06 Shawl Dept. Ta-deyi- AU Wool Shoulder Shawls plain and fancy,. ,30 All Wool Reversible Beaver Shawls 3,40 Bllk-and-Worsted Shawls yds. equare 1.08 Wool Cashmere Shawls knot fringe 3,08 AU as advertised. .... Uahera Dress Silks T,.lir Satin Figured Crepons evening shades. .no Satin Striped and Flg'd Silks light and dark .29 AU 811k Black Pongees 3Slnob.es wide... . ag All Silk Black Satin Dnchesse '41) Black Brocaded Silks and8atlns newdeslgns. .(19 Striped and Brocaded Changeable Silks. . .4,11 Plain China silka-brlght colors 21 Fancy Figured Molro Velours light colors 4 9 Wash Fabrics T,r Woven Madras Shirtings worth. 18g. .. . 51, Finest American Organdies elsewhere .17 . ,12'i Satin Stripe Organdies handsome styles ,24 Emb'd Lappet Cloths-dark and light 9', Fancy Corded Lawns shilling quality. . . gi, Extra fine Scotch Olnghami S3 Inches wide .124 Fine Zephyr Ginghams U00 styles 0-, Best American plaids and stripes 5, Yard wllo Percales .Savy, Black and Oamet Q New Dress Cambrics excellent styles 37, White Goods uu, 30 Inch Check Nainsooks limit SO yds. f, 40 Inch Fine Whits Organdies value .10 g Fine "Spring-tide " rialilt-lO cent quality .. rjst 40 Inch Apron Lawns Emb'il effects 34 Imported Dotted Swisses 48 Inches wide 27 84 Inch Fine India Linens shilling quality.. 0( Hosierh. Gloves, etc. Todl) Children's Heavy Ribbed Cotton Hose 15 Ladles' Cotton Hose double soles rast Black. , 1 9 lien's Natural Wool Socks all sites 19 Ladles' Ribbed Cotton Vests all sites 9 Men's Fleece-lined Shirts and Drawers 39 Men's Natural Wool Shlrta and Drawers 09 Men's Scarlet Medicated Shlrta and Drawers. ,87 Ladles' Moreen Skirts velvet bound 1 ,p 7 Ladles' 4-Button Rmb'd Kid Oloves ,, ,79 Ladles' Heavy Pique Kid (-Button 89 Tttete Pi-fres tpenk tr ifft a force tcordt cannot give. Jackets and Capes Te.,,,v. Ladles' Cloth Jackets silk facings 1,98 Rough Cheviot Jackets silk half lined 3.93 Persian Cloth satin lined throughout 4.08 Fine Kersey Jackets silk lined throughout... 0.08 Finest Kersey strap seams fine silk linings. 0.08 Valour Plush Capes Jet and furtrlm 4.08 Fine Applique Velour Finish Plush Capet 0.98 Reversible Plaid Beaver Oolf Capes 0.98 Waists and Wrappers Te-d.y:- New Wrappers braid trim lined 49 Cashmere Tea Oowns lace trim, 3.99 Finest China Silk Tea Oowns fancy trim 8.08 All Wool Eiderdown Bath Robes ribbon trim 2.30 Wool Shirt WalsU-llned throughout QB BrlUlantlne Weiets cluster tucked front 1.98 Fine Taffeta Silk lined throughout 2.98 Handsome Satin Dnchesse bayadere tucking 6.03 Misses- Dept To Hisses' Serge Dress Skirts 30 to SO Inch.. 2.98 Misses' Shirt Waists of aU wool fabrics OB Olrls' Two toned Cloth Reef ere value 0.73 . . 3 .0 8 Misses' Jackets of plain and fancy mixtures 1 .0 H Babies Wear Te..y - LongandShort Bedford Cord Coats braid trim 1.08 Ripple Cloth Short Coats-fancy trim 2.0D Cmb'd Silk Caps fancy ruches 49 Black and White Leggln Drawers 1U Tliete Prices mpeah tcith a force words cannot give. Dress Goods To-day - Fancy Check Suitings; value.83 144 SO cent Plaids light and dark now 10 All Wool French Serges worth .30 24 Novelty Suitings were .00 to .73 39 00 Inch All-Wool Tailor Cloths value .00 49 Fine quality Imported Suitings; worth 1.00.. .OH Bilk and Wool Plalds-9S cent quality 49 40 inch Storm Serges all colors and Black., ,61) 00 cent Black Goods-all the principal fabrics ,2 9 Furs and Trimmings Tcd.y:- Pearl Garnitures value .70 39 Black Spangled Blouae Fronts 1.98 Electric Sesl Collarettes fancy silk linings... 1 .08 Imitation Stone Marten Boas 10 tails 2 P8 Imitation Stone Marten Muffs to match ... 2 l'8 Children's Lsmb Sets .98 Laces and Handk'fs Tods, - Emb'd Moussellne de Soles 32 and 4.1 Inch . .(19 Fancy and Torchon Laces and Inserting S 811k Applique, Cbantllly and Net top Laces . 14 72 Inch Black Brussels Nets 70 Black Silk La Tos:aNets-49 Inches wide. ., .75 Ladles' Emb'd Handk'fa-usually ,l2a 64 Men's All Lluenllandk'fs; usually ,10 11 Neckwear and Ribbons Tody- Tan'eta.ChtHon and Moussellne deSnlePleatlnrs HI) Twlce-around Scarfa of fancy Roman stripes .08 Lace Yokea with ribbon Insertlngs...., 20 i ChlfTon Jabots deep lace ruffle 2ft 8g Inch rtoh fancy atrlpe and Plaid Ribbons . .16 3 Inch Satin Gros Grains-extra quality 1134 4 "a Inch Fancy and Plain Moire Taffetea 19 Toilet Articles T.d.y- 1O00 Sheets Best Toilet Tissue f Four and Five Row Tooth Brushas 7 Powder Puffs some of the best makes 3 Highly scented Toilet Soaps 3 cakes In box 10 These Prices speak tclth a force words cannot give. New Embroideries Tod.y- Swlss, Cambric and Nainsook Embroideries,. .12'-) Emb'd Skirt Flounclags best stylet 19 37 Inch Fine Embroideries 100 styles P9 43 Inch Embroideries for Infanta' dresses. , '0 Art Goods, etc ts, - Japanese Gold Emb'd Satin Sofa Cushions,,,, 2 'a Oold Emb'd Lambrequins knot fringe ,,, 1.03 Mourning Paper and Envelopes box l"- Velvet finish Tinted Stationery box ,,,,,, . 4 Combination Pencil and Paint Boxes ' Leather Goods, etc. Tods- I Real Seal and Alligator Combination Books., "' J Real Seal Chatelaine Bags-chamois lined. .. 7 5 1 Real Seal Loathsr Belts faaoy buokles - ' I Oold flUed Spectacles and By Olasses til) I Beads Flat for Photogrsphs-alte 0x7,.. .09 1 will giro every desired lqformiitlotu . '