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Ik m u g t ta tttjc, , ..GRAND OPERA ffiL b French. Herman, and Italian, under Direction of M WALTMl DAMItOSCII iinrl 0. A. ELLIS. "(V Evening performances at a o'clock, Matinees at 8. rA ttli ! mill "Il.meo el Juliette" 'It (Only Performance.) iS Hmn. Melba, Toronta, Van Cautarent MM. tboi, " Campenarl, Bourtoure sqiie, Htehminn, IUIot, V'annl, tVlvlanl, Shaw. Conductor. Ulmtonl. TII-ftlUIIT Tinnhaiiser oki.y rmtKiiniAVii! at roi'tn.An riticr. limes. Oad.kl, Barns. Matlfrldi IM Krau, Flichar, llllpham, Vd Hoose, Ktaudll, Ilalna. Conductor, at-i- Damroseh f RCALF. OF TRICKS: 78c, 1.00. $1.80, .80. W MONDAY KV'O, FEB. 7 Mariier or Kellle" ffl limes. Mrllia, Van Caiitrrcni MM. t-allgnao. Canipa- 7u pari, Carboce, Doudouresque, Vlvlanl. Conduolor, 3sJ Blmbonl nit Tue. Kt'c. Feb. 1 llle Meliterslngcr" ii Testimonial Drrrirmfinrf Ir-ndr-reil to iii-itii kiii, rmniRit ftP tn honor of tlm anniversary of his fortieth year on I Z& the stage and Mi iiinct fifth appearance In his treat I K role of " II AN8 HAOIIH." supported tiy tlio following 3 cull Mines soyrard.stamlutl. JIM. Unthmiihl, Bteh- ftf inann, Italnt, llreuer, Mauillgl, Van Hooso, and Ax albert. Cmiductiir, Damrosch. K WI.D. nV'U, FKH l "WeaTrlerl " vi Fill. KV'O, FK1I 11 ., lotlrrilnmntf-riing" ?Ja SCALE Ol' I'llICKS-tl, 81, an, . tS.BO. (.1, $4. $w Keats on sale at Hot. omce, and also at Tyiou'a, . prlnclpalboteU,andltiillmairH.lll nroodway. Kg 8TEI.NWAY PIANOS UiED. v4 MitTitoroi.iTM npnnt iiniRR. S TO-MORROW EV'C AT 8: 15, I THIRD SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT ?; Under direction Walter Uanirixrli ami U. A. Ellis. fk AT POPULAR PRICES. ni Mmc. Xorillcn, Her only appearanco In the Sunday Night Concertat aft ifss (iertvutlo Jlny stctn, Jlcrr it Jtotlunnhl, Ii err JCmll Itscher, m, JVeiK 1'oriY Symphony Orchestra. Biff:. Hltnhonl . . . Voiuluclor PUOORAMMK-" 1 None dl Figaro," Moaart ij, (Orchestra) Air from Ilk nil " Adrlano." Wasnor ji; Otfa Mteln) Air, LaJulvr, Halcvy (llerr Fischer) jK -Intermerio. ' Uavallnrla Itnstlcana." Mascagnt SS (Orchestra) -La Relno do Saba, Gounod (Sim?, Ih Vordloa) -Stilto from " I.'Arltlt'nne.M Ulrot (Or Ml chet tra)-M Utabat Mater' lloaalnl (Mme. Nordlca, ;jR MJia Rteln, llerr Itotbmuhl, llerr KlAchcr, Chorui of .' he Opera Company) Overture, "I.a Oaiia Ladra," Zlotilnl (Orcheitra). . Beau, SOcentatotl.SOi box Mat, 2: ndmlnlon. df BO centa. On aals at box omce, Tyion'a, principal Vtif boteli. and Uullman'i, HI llroadway. fr Mirriutroi.iTAV oi-i-nt iiorsn Six Lenten Orchestral Concerts. ih March 1st (evening), UH, (eveulnpl. 12th (matinee), f'M 14th (erenlns), loth (matinee), luih (matinee). I THEODORE mS I THOMAS' S0H0,mann' I ORCHESTRA, 58? 8ubacrlptlou lale Ii now going on at Schuberth'a, S3 Union Square. if QfcitTSiiiii CONTINUOUS I r A LAC E wrsssr-D-s0 j LYDlA VEAMANS TITOS, LILLIAN IlUItKI ART. fflt AL LEV.C.n a IIOSEIIUDS, SJIITII 4 CAMI'IIKLL. Vf BOOEHT ft O'llRIKX, COL. SIIUI.T'S TilOUl'K OF & OIIEAT DANES, Jlcl'hre mil. Lrm-ndcr Thonuon. pall & Staley, Kcllle llurt. Sutton Jones, Leo l Ingham, others. Afts. 10c. and !i3c. m DDnPTflD'Q lUsh Cltt" '-'-""II'-ou l'irform- rnUUlUn O. Noon toll P. ".te" 25o.. 60o. Vlt- MlllICi: IltltllVIIOItn In "A Stan of the World:" M. I10DINOFF. Qnnt French Fntertalneri ef CLIFFORD and HUTU. Comedy; L1VI.VO I'JCTUKES; S THE DOWLINOM. Comedy; 40 other stars. 5 Extra tiik i7itHi i vx. py CnrjU X I Execution of Crlmlnnls ft Cllt Rl Today by Elephants In India iS iiiinrp Hungarian Band Concerts Aft. & Ka I MUSEE CINEMATOGRAPH f Attractions. ExhlbltsKenr VIoks hourly. Including THE OnEItAMMEUGAU PASSION PLAY jg At 3 and O P. 31. jf ItTII HTItEBT TlIRtTllE, near tlth v. iSl lilghti. B:16. Keserrod Orch. Circle or B.icony, toe. i, JIAinEE TO-otr. Jf ENOAOF.MK.NT FOB A SHORT TIME ONLY. & CHAUIMCEY OLCOTT, y$f weetcKt ilnfrer on the ttaue." f IAT T1K? of 'if- Sweet Inniscarra. J! Iltf kit flfllTT!0 ML lit .f-WTS-lu tiV jsai vajvvaj. w nun LJiJij. f CIIIIKEIIIAU A. Mll J; OltANI) COSCEUTS. j.AJ " O II 0 On Tuesday Aft.. Feb. ci, at 3, Matinee Franz Rummel 3 Recital irlllplaythe I W CHICKERING PIANO. T neaerrod semti, f l.DOt admission. 1. Now on s&la JJ at box omce. Cblckf rlritf Hall. I EMPIRE THEATRE. SFIS W, CHARLES FHOUMAN Jlanager E. "ANOTHER EMPIRE SUCCEbS."N.Y.Sun Si MATINEES TO-DAY AND WEDNESDAY. t EMPIRE THEATRE COMPANY, eft rreaentlng Paul rotter's Oreat Play, ' ST. NICHOLAS i iumfa.iafii''ai W OOTU ST., NEAIt COLUJIUUS AV. t " ' Hockey match to-night at B o'clock. -tA Yale ts. Columbia. I KNICKERBdCKERc7haSt si wu. ii. IDAIMEC EtE., 8:30. Mat. To-day 2:15. & llilAriE IN niS NEW COMEDY, A VUtiilXlA CUUBITMI1IIE. & Beats Beady for Washington's IHrthdny. B Kr CLOSES TO-NIGHT F" ',t New York Poultry and Pigeon Association f MADISON SQUARE GARDEN - Bee the beautiful bird. ee alt the fancy pigeons ., the Ilttlo chicks from tho ln.ubators pet stock i sjxhlblu ft show with Interest to every one. ut Admission DO cents. Children 25 cents. M Open u A. Jl. to I0:ao P. M. m MERALn hQUABr. TUBA, ll'way and asth st. W . ns.iini.1 Clias. E. Evans, Prop. Evcs.at8:15. '-ft, 1.AHT U UttKlts. iw RlfiP'fi Production of the I JIats.Wed. ST, nlWCO Frisky Novell). I anil In da 2:15. THE FRENCH MABD. ii !SfALLifilT . K'tnlngs, 8:16. M - VfWUi-AUl. O. Mats. Wed. aTodayata. E. E. Kloe's ; 5$ Production. ; LAbT : S THE GIRL : two j I FROM PARIS, j ?.J BROADWAY THEATRE, i?.S' THEATRE I """h ,0 ,07,u I'erformanc Z ?rti . . of Uo Koven ft Smiths S? OPERA Iloniantlo Cnmlo Opera. The COMPANY. H I C HWAYMAN fZ ' Krg..mi6. Mat. To day, 2. GARDEN THEATRE ?.7" st- n'' Ma.ii.on aVT Pne.. MR. CHARLES C06HLAN, tt&t. THE ROYAL BOX KED.16-HENUVMII,l.t.lt IN A .NEW PLAY? !!L THE CHARITY- BALL WALDORF-ASTORIA, l,,"V?ll""' HARLEM IS! " "'oA-K-''"" A Next Week-HENltY MILI.hU In llEAHTShAhK. S ACAUKJIV OH Mt'NIf. llthst VlniSsH ft THE WHITE HEATHER Matliuej To-day and Wed. at 2, Eve., n-16, S- PASTOR'S (tiMnion l I'JlVO in 1 1 l. ii. Krai, an ;m rents. ffi AUOORTUh Piroi) liJi ana iauager -CUMBERLAND '6 1." MllllHlir..Mtl utc 1111111:111. t Kilt luiuo. .. . . PIt-d by MrlbulirueHwIlunell. ;S 85tJ.Uar' l,ll"ra. T.inlilu, (fatvnrll), La Towa I S MODJESKA rV" J'"h' real. n" J ;'-gK moHJuum n Mnryhtuart un sale SlfTfiiEfiiiaEfGiRL . faello) Win, 1i.r 1 1 imisMtWA ?' rMunvm 'i.it i.umii S fyASMIV. "lh Irin.huiiPt.lrlin a BlarllenMUmiuviltilKitviif Ihecltr'Miuwofcrowdil II UI.IEKLIUIA Al'l'IIOrlult'N SlUUkT.. I BT lVaCICU. I COLUMBUS "''' T1I1: mouti" T CTID Atb:15. Matk W-d.& fo day it'.loo. Il.T" . OlAHl Till! ail. I Hit HIM.. 26c Ore.. 50c f Next Wk-fllE UlttAI I11AI.N ItoUlltliY MIXAiacHKMbMAJ. AT fltOCIUIfS, USUBfCT MEXT WKatU. ' IBVIMCI iTolay Last Kopaesr Matlae. . ! HUCB ' Bream Mrrformanoa. ', ttlaTKI. L "U Ilglil.li lUOOE." The Progress of Two Sales OF the 77,23 yards of Ginghams offered Thursday morning at 8 l-2c. a yard there remain this morning 38,639 yards. At this rate of selling there will be none left after Monday. Almost exactly one-half has gone in two days. They are 12 l-2c. goods in 23 styles. The February Sale of Chamber Furniture is establishing a new record for itself. All grades of Bed room Suits and Odd Pieces, except trash grades, at an average saving of one-third. ai THINKING of a f TTfc . rutiA Mr At.L of the winter com'siorc. srjr-sjR low rnces on jewelry "5a.cr a-jajsrt We've grouped a lot of , such clothing, . . . - . move quickly to make room for crowd well made and fashionable, to sell at A INOVelty III SaleS ng new spring arrivals. So, too, with -rsv , '"THE stoiy behind this sale is the common one of a manu- '"". W0 1 facturer who came to us for a quick outlet, but in this W A J2 case the application is unusual, for ' the goods in question JiHrVfL. - JeV- are artCles f jewelry. A trade sale in jewelry is ViN M PW GA somewhat unique, but this will prove quite as interesting as fSs f Oslft T our sales ,n general, and rather more than usually profitable v($nffi "IA h J yCjb- to the purchaser. lsJS. yJWTf AH the gold in this lot is 1 4 karat. All the jewels are 'tWf w ISs l I s genuine, of course. Don't let the little prices deceive you into fi )- Xv--vivS? ' " I ))) believing them imitations. J(X f vw .. v ome iese art'cles are costly, diamonds and rubies can- m1 . ft "'lWl liwiW" not be little-figured even in a Wanamaker sale. But they are K Jl K a" cheaP' m tne best sense f tnat much-abused word. Straight W YiyJ 4? ( V through the stock, from the dollar-and-a-half stickpins to the vvlnij yltijtr- ) j fifty-dollar brooches, there is a saving of about one-third over LL ' regular prices. We mean low regular prices ; jewelry prices are . . 1 not mathematically fixed and often depend on other matters than jZ C , -trl very little prices. Bring vour sons intrinsic worth. Some of these goods would be double these mA,J with you the little fellows" from 3 to figures in exclusive jewelry stores. ' "HlftS. if 12 yearsTthey'll be interested in the TICKPINSFrom,,sotojS9. bib-pins-!2.7S tofts. J? stock ; prices on their wearing apparel At $2.25-14 kt. gold, winged wheel, set At 2.75-Plain gold; large size, neat - are also greatly reduced. with pearls ; regularly $3. pattern. FOR MEN At W Mercury wings, with pearls j value At $4.50 Etruscan Isold, chased pattern, many little gowns and skirts. Prices Attro? nect,T'S,ua,tWrS,ed 4V'f " r dU"d mSSSI 3fgft d two are iUSt half the fo0g: ATrSS & ?f ines, dUmonds SMdfSto? rfnrn.d &T jSflSbS M JtrwereStS. DDtftliJ rterly Bi' At f2-Real amber, neat gold back in beaded chiffon. Were $2 to $8. At 7-Young men's fancy cheviot suits; BR C HE-f;.om, U& k"V r,egI"I?1rly i5 u a, a a At 2Sf Children's Flannelette Gowns, pink sizes 13 to 19 years. SlO to 113 50 At fo Circlet of mercury wings, in col- At J23 Real shell, gold back, diamonds and or blue stripe, qualities. ored gold, with six whole pearls ; reg- Prls. At I5c.-Children's Flannelette Skirts with FOR BOYS ularlv " nkw. PINS $2.50 to $48. waists, 1 to 3 years. At $3 Sailor suits in plain and fancy At $12.75 Of gold and enamel, diamond At $2.50 Real shell, gold mounted. second floor. Tenth street. colors-3 to 12 years. $5 to $7 grades. centre; regularly $17. At $7 Real shell, two prongs, elaborate At J3.50-Double breasted jacket suits, in At $11 Miniature brooch, hand painted on open workdesign in gold; regularly $9.50. Girls' TWO lots very desirable fancy all-wool cheviots. $5 to $6 grades. Jv?!hKu,S;u0ttx?5,A ... At $48-Amber, three prongs, beautiful nocnn dresses to you, too meet At -All-wool knee trousers. Specla. MSS&SsSSS K & d'amndS; " J f' with a Piti! PtS At 75c-English corduroy knee trousers. J M. . . , .. . . f. FRIENDSHIP RiNGS-$i.50 to $s. ty-. Some are marked at only a third St Quality At $60 Miniature broocli. land painted on Butterfly, fleur de lys and other patterns; Original values, second fi5or. Fourth avenue. ivory, gold getting with 14 dUmonds; pearls and turquoises. N , ..., ,. , reguUrlyfSO. LOCKETS $3.75 to $35. No. l-At $Z50 to $8.75 In one and two Saturday Prices A whole SLEEVE LINKS-From $4.25 to $38. At $3.75-Heart-shaped Roman gold, chased fe? uijf j sme of V,,e hJteL lvi,th Etn Ci'tvful of At $5-0f Etruscan gold, Louis XIV. pattern; pattern ; regularly $5. . jackets, deep saUor collar, braid trimmed; 00 m e n h a s reSu,ar,y 6'7S' At $fi.50-HeIrt-sIuped, with dUmond cen- ffM.andc"qr'm.Ute$ ! pUin coI.ors Mnn'c Fiirnishincrci u rn.,u At $o.50-Jade, slender owl shape, gold tre; regularly $8.75- ,,??inSue t0 14 yearS; values men S HirniSningS. learned the set ; regularly $14. At $G.75-0f gold and platinum, circular ,s Ji7,50' , . true significance of " Saturday Prices " Others in bloodstones, onyx, carbuncle, shape; regularly $9. "- 27.?f serges, cheviots and high-class in the Men's Furnishing Store. To- amethyst, topaz, and garnets; prices up At $3i-Very heavy, gold and platinum, 3 TySnn I B ?,ef a day's offerings are just as attract- to38- diamond centre. ttOwtoM ive as those in several previous sales. Values up to sjo. fSSSS'HS'nsSS. Women's Imported Capes at Half 1 !.,, All remarkably cheap. qnlv a small number of them about seventy-five but all stylish and Hosiery Items women Just here 300 dor. imported white Lawn 1 Ties, just in beautiful. Exclusive, too, for there are no duplicates, nor are there likely to be , . ' . .. ' ,from Germany. heXP ykSi S gWy W " at You may select one of these without fear of encountering its counterpart any- N.ot sensationally cheap, but an oB- 7Ur Hr,7An where- T" were fairly Priced tw0 months aS- At present figures the v,0"s n,d straightforward value that J .- d(!zen'1 . . . , offering is a rare one, indeed. 6 ca"4 fai' to appeal to you power- Theyare 25c. ties anywhere else. Sold in , -f, , . , . ' ...... , fullv one-half dozen andozen only. AT S-Of ox-blood red Broadcloth, hand- AT $40-Two styles. One of reseda green AY 3 DJirs or c0,nf fin, .. -o.. 1,200 Men's Domet Night Shirts that were ""'v trimmed all over with black Broadcloth with fitted back; effective MdSu ShT with ff fi made to sell for 75C; in patterns that are soutMhe braid, collar front and bottom trimming of black soutache braid; collar d reM?iSd so a8 ffi full of taste. edged with black Thibet fur; lined with and bottom edged with moire astrakhan nee ana reinforced soles. A 25c.-a-pair o . back satin ; 25 in. deep. Was $55. fur; black satin Hnlne. The other of ... i. . .. j. 38 CentS. AT $35-Of 'Bengaline silk, fitted back; velour, with ftted back beautiful! cm- At tSn Ehkr&S'T ? b1? Don't confound these with the ordinary beautifully appliqued all over with black broidered with jet and appiiqued with cotton, unbleached feet; regular value, trade sale garments. velour, edged with silk embroidery ; brocade mohair ; collar, front and bottom P 100 more of those now famous waterproof black satin lining ; storm collar of Alaska edged with ostrich feather trimming Br0lu,',s'- coats for men; cut Urge and long ; twisted sable. Was $70. Both garments were good values at $80! r. From nrimwil ,., covert in tan, with velvet collars. Vou second floor. Broad-ay. From DaWO fKL"" pnmevai man can't get this quality elsewhere for less n nntp t0 your next - door ThScraXffied this mornmg Shoes for the Family at Small Expense founding of thenistbody7asfr4 ' XreZXZ Ah ? t0. be fP.vidred rfr' ? C?,rSe 're Jhe ,rulers of the household. B. C to the passage of" the Wley worth less than a half dollar. About 650 pairs of little feet may be well and neatly shod with but little to pay Tariff, Ridpath's History of the Broadway and .Ninth street. while this sample lot lasts. It's from a maker seeking a portion of our trade World traces the evolution of man Women's Gloves v E R 5,000 and the product of his factory is good or it would not be here. Of kidskin' kind and the nations step by step, A firpiif Cnlo ' Pairs of wom- with patent leather tips; stout oak leather soles with spring heels: buttoned or graphically, interestingly, with no im n. uTcui oust. ens giace laced; and the prices absurdly low are for sizes 6 to 8 75c; sizes 81 to Portant fact omitted, with no un gloves, four buttons, heavily embroid- 2 95c a necessary crowding of unimportant ered, go on sale to-day at 75c. a rj XTn,rn n-A r 1 details- pair no house in this country has rUr YVOmeil auU UIHS The style is flowing, the narrative ever sold these gloves at less than $1, Opportunities for a substantial saving in this line, too, that should be of in- as absorb,n a romance in striking and many of them get Sl.25 for terest to the economical. Three lots only are mentioned contrast to every other work that lm them. White, black, and every de- At $i.so-Little lots from high class lines, At $2.4o-The Kee-Wanamaker shoti,, attemPteJd t deal with such a range of sirable color. Ample selling space broken In sizes but perfect in quality. cold oVaamp wtlthu fi the comfort- facts and fiSures- has been provided at special tables. At $2-Greater variety of better lines. giving, health-preserving, money-savlne You will some day feel the need of You can have one pair or a dozen Mostly $4 grades. We can fit most any shoe-both laced and buttoned,-most of this greatest of all histories Buv it no limitation. foot m these. these grades reduced from $3.90. now, while you can share in the bene- Pure Candy Seinder"" Women's LegglHgS at Half ijshe'16 frm the P"b' Not High Priced. perSonal super- . All the knee-high Jersey Qoth Leggings in stock, prices of which have V" itn .. , vision of our candy chief, and the en 75c to $1.50, are grouped to go quickly at 50c a pair! set TdeiB St once Thare'eigWal! prices are uniformly less than those Knee high cloth and corduroy leggings, tan, blue and black best si 7 s.'.ve volumes, 6.500 pages, 4,000 illustrations, generally asked for the same goods, qualities at SI a pair Members agree to make fifteen monthly pay- For instance, you are required in many . J. . -...- !? ffSP"!, 'I'M"!5 t.in-first Py- pjaces to payioc. for fie mixed choc An Offering of Men's Shoes at $3 ,SSStPi1SUlSrl& olates, glace fruits and bon-bons. Not We'll mention onlv this one sort So fir as hii m(.r;,i 7- m.f Russia-by far the more durable and attractive here, however. We ask GOc. for our are rohcerned it is a sTdtLl vali.At ,i 2' mMf iVl"'1 makinl T,2a montl,! for su"'Pts "" morocco! very best which are the verv best !,-".' m "t g u at Jnat P.ncc- Of calfskin, tanned $2.50 a month. trv for vourself ?n.,the ong side," with the gram boxed or broken up. A sensible .Members may resign within ten days, and u y ior yuuran. leatlier looks, fees and wears well. Newest toe shaDes- soles finish anrt their payments will be returned. Chocolale-covered caramels the details all to be desired, snapes, soies, linish and specimen pages, illustrations, maps, durti, 30c. kind here for 20C roartn 0oue Nlntn ,tntU testimonials and full information, sent free. Tbe Book Store, Ninth street. JOHN WANAMAKER . Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., Qth and loth sts. mucrmrrjt.5. U fl VT' Q 2th St. nrD'y.Evs.H.ilO.Uat.To-daygtiS. nil I I O H0YTMcKEE ritOPKILTOns HILLIABD "A NEW YORKER," NEXT MONDAY EVENING Charles Frohuian will present A Krw Fares In Three Acta, Eutltled OH! SUSANNAH! Now Ituunlni at Hie itoyal Theatre, London. Cast Includfat FltlTZ WIIXIAUH, ItOIIKllT COTTON, FRANK llllANK, ALKIlllI HICKMAN, MAI'UE IIABniSON. JKhMF. I1USI.F.V. MAttlUN LESTF.H. MAY WOOD. III.ANCIIE UUIITON. UAOUIF. FIELDING, AND JOtFl'lIINF. HALL, bcalsnow ready. II laTsrllAd thav.and vad7t. Ticglns HiTS 1 V I'll HyitANIKI. FKOHMAK. lisunjor blUlaUlfll ilailucKTbureday and batTst. The Tree of Knowledge. V!Pcl-lal llatlne- SFXTTUEbDAYof Tll I'RI.SUEKS and the HUTTKHFLV. vrlth J as. K. llackett, WEBER & FIELDS' Mat. To-day. on2.V, I'OUSSBJ CAI'K. KKiruUSi KM-a,. the WAY-HIGH-MAN. In olio Frauk llmh. O'llrlro at Havel, others, IC F B T U ' S Continuous Perlorraince7 fab I I II W 23c, &0c. Soon to 11 r, it. aui vTsciHux;Hitrrcr(liiTor tiiKaKAaitsi ALICE ATUEHTOX. FKAZEB COULTEB AND OIUCE TH011KE COULTEB. THREE BROS. VOiV TUNIl 8DOTUEB6TAJUJ. glmugtmcntg. AMERICAN JsMBfc v. PAUL JONES SvX'1!l.B'ss,-'S0c-75c- Mats. Wed .VScsdat ,&c.,60c, Feb 7-ouvenlr(oUlhperrormsnoe CaatlsBa.Op. Co. MARTHA .uh. CARRICK THEATRE. SSS.tfet'o "mSSSS' tloyt McICee, Lnurtm Charles Ffoh'man.Manaeer! Matluees To-dav and Wednesday. MISS MAUDE ADAMS, DIRECTION OF CHARLES FROIIMAN, . . 'n i. M. Uarrle's Oreat Comedy, TH E J.ITTLE JVHTER. KOSTER & BIAL'S XSSZ&gT LOTTIE COLLINS-CHARMION JULIA MACKEY. REMhNYl AND OTHEIM. Btl.ItfHT Broadway A liuth at. MATINEE UIaJJPU. Eves., I6. TO-DAY. ONE LAU01I If HOURS LONO. may mwiiv T',?E 1 vrflg-ag MIHSIK KKLIUMAW AT I'UOCTUK'at. aUT. HKXT WBKK. ' J SAM T. JACK'S THEATRE. " XTm UROSDWAT OTU T. IS JKKKia VBTAUAX la tUbU. Wq I Bid aiXOWB EVEitY CAT. 8 and B. ELLIOTT DAINGEfiPIELD'S GREAT PICTURE, Child of Mary ' NOW ON VIEW AT KUCKNER'S GALLERY, 7 West 28th St., Now York, NEAR OTII AVENUE. JNtPECTlOX IMalTKP. gttisonnl 3oUrf$. (Jet your Suit cleaned and pressed at 00 cents. Re pairing, Dyeing and Altering at reaaonable rates. Ladles' sklru rebound, cleaned and pressed at 1 1.00. BatUtactory work guaranteed. THE BEYMANN TAILORINO CO., 1H03 Broadway, Baaement. 9ff. urutttttf. f' neanM tA0tssfnrriHji0 , .wwm amo omen rjmsmm m oktattauietv luanr actitmsv CoUtoris una gthools. rr Here aad VoautT llfe City aad Couatry, SACRED HEART ACADEMY. Select Cathollo Hoarding-Bcboolj adrantisJs unsur passed new bulldluKi, new oval rates roasonatle. Hd term teb. I. Drolhsr AUOUST. Westchester. N. y. ror Ulrla audi uung nremeu City and Couatry, KINDERGARTEN tS0tce'9 Feb. 1st. (Free scholarships limited.) Calloarlv. Z, A. CUTTEN. Met. Temple. 7th ay. and lth st. Husluraa ColloKea. FREE NIGHT CUSS !.UH at htenography and Tyierltlng 1 raining Kchool. 8 Kastagdst, 1'ersonal regl.tratlon (1 to HI' M.). Dar essloos u A. M. to 4 r M. Coaohlng, spcedloai sf. ayatemsi club rates. F. E. i'AUUlall. l.NbTRUOTOlt. MusloaL BANJO, mandolin, guitar. Jig, clog and buck dar olng taught i Instrumenta furnished. , J. POOAN. l M ar. Dancing Aeadeuiloa. MOSS MkTCABE'S Danolng School, HI East 17th st. Private and olaaa taasona dally l beglnneta aay time. HAKVAJtD ACADEMY, I Win at. and fark avTST . J. FtjUegaa. dJrectori (drcuian) separata liau UiEAlRJNI West Fourteenth Street. Great Cry! Little Wool! Those who moke extraordinary preten sions should not oITer old goods, with a , great hurrah, as bargains NOR compare American fabrics five or sis years old with "best Imported," mora especially when better styles are oue where sold at far lower price. GINGHAMS At SIX CENTS and Ihrct-qutrttrs ,.f. Greater Variety and Better Designs STAPLE AND FANCg than elsewhere offered at EIGHT eEiNTS nd i,.u. MEW gORK BOgERS are too well educated TO PURCHASE OLD GOODS AS NEW Other OPec'a's TVe: Ladie Jacket and Capes Bogs1 Clothing Ladles' Cloth Jackets-silk facings 1.08 All Wool SaUor SulU StolOyrs J.Q8 Rough Cheviot Jacketa-allk half lined 3.99 Finer combination collars braid trim 2.08 Persian Cloth-aatln lined throughout 4.08 All Wool Double Breast SulU 4 to 15 i.QB Flno Kersey Jackets-silk lined throughout.. 0,08 Finer 4 to IB yrs-usually Four fifty 2.08 Finest Kersey-etrap seams flno silk linings. 0.08 Cheviot Knee Trousers 4 to 10 yrs .29 Velour Plush Capes Jet and fur trim 4.08 All Wool Kneo Trousers navy and mixtures .49 Fine Applique Velour Finish Plush Capes,... 0.08 Balance of lists and Caps were t0 cents 10 Reversible Plaid Beaver Oolf Capes 0.08 Finer qualities wore 09 and TSoents 29 Outing Flannel and Cambria Waists 10 Ladies- Waists and Wrappers ,.-w.re.8S 8 New Wrappers braid trim lined 40 Llnnmrt f rnr- Cashmere Tea Oowns-lace trim 3.08 IlOSIERg, b LOVES, ETC. Finest China Silk Tea downs-fancy trim.... 8.08 All Wool ElderdownBathrtobos-rlbbontrlm 2.30 0UUren a"T nibbed Cotton Hoae 12 Wool Shirt Walsta-Uned throughout 08 L""'Cotton Hoao-double soles-fast Black .10 Brllllantlne Waists-cluster tuoked front 1.08 M'n, Natural Wool Socka-all sizes xo Flno Taffeta SUk-llned throughout 2.08 Mn' F'ece lined Hhlrta and Drawers 39 Handsome Satin Duchease-bayadore tucking 6.08 Men's Natural Wool bhlrta and Drawers 09 Jlen'a Scarlet Medicated Shirts and Drawers- .87 Ladles' Moreen Skirts velvet bound 1,07 LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS LadlesM-ButtonEmbMKIdOIovcs 70 ' Ladles' Heavy Pique Kid 4-Button 80 All Wool Mixed Cheviot Dress SklrU 1.08 Figured Black Brllllantlne Skirts 1.00 -1 r Kllk and Mohair Novelty Mixtures 2.0B J EWELR3 AND SILVERWARE All Wool Black Serges 2.08 All Wool Cheviot-circular tucking 3.08 Clover Stick Pins 31 Flno Cheviot Skirts-atrap seams 3.08 Kolled 0M Pln St-Tl,lue 74 49 Bough Cheviot-bayadere tucks 4.O8 Enm,"wl Wreath Plns-rhinestono settings. .24 Satin Brocaded Silk-velvet binding 308 La(,le' shlrt Wal,t SeU-aasorted designs 24. Silk and Satin Brocade-new styles 7.40 FrBnch 01,t n1 oxidised Oirdle 49 Ollt, oxldlrcd and allver-plated Buckles 49 Rogers German Sliver Tea Spoons h dos 25 mibbfcb UtHAHlrltni Rogers Gorman 8IIver Table Spoons a dos.. .50 Rogers German Silver Table Forks "adoz.... .60 Misses' Serge Dress SklrU 35 to as Inch 2.08 Rogers Triple-plated Knives and Forks Misses' Shirt Waists of all wool fabrics 08 set of six each 1 99 Olrls' Two-toned Cloth Reefers valuo fl.7S.. 3.08 Rogers Berry Spoons each .'...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' o8 Misses' Jackets of plain and fancy mixtures, 1.08 Rogers Soup Ladlea eaeh. , , j!49 I W. L. Douglas ; polished liSiifess. By y"1"8 of persevtarlng endeavor $ m fbee. JSpfesv we have obta,ned about all the SJ assw success possible in the man- $ 1 i4PaBaaufactureof thc wc,I",cnown f iJsatW Douglas Shoe. It is as close f I yaMliM to the acme oi Perfection as care $ ft JPSEeB and diligent effort can render it. $ H iH Bein nianufactured especially HJ m JalM for this trade, and sold direct, we f I aflsll glvC ,n the qua,,ty that wn'ch $ jjj JmI would otherwise go to the $ H fsRHsHlR profit of middlemen. Our $ WBBSMSk RU88IA 8TORM CALF " X5aBsSsm soles, fast-color hooks and $ I I Our stores are lo- RKmSK ')old ,hcir color ancl ( NEW TORE 1311 Urond.Sfm6fk W you prefer tome W I AtV fl jFtutn i0 8lh 'ijiliiiiiIiBSHS a iM assortment of $ BUOOHI.YN-708.7IO llroadway, asaW ""u C " a '." X m 1307 Broadway, 431 Pulton St.. ,- ., . Calf, Box Calf, Vlci J W 333'3???6e6ceCg3SsB Colltfltg ma rhooljj. schools or Elocution and Uramatlo Ana, STAGE INvTitUCT.ON. Ladles and gentlemen thoroughly and practical!? prepared for tho professional stage at tho Lawrence Bohool of Acting. 100 West 4Bd st.t fully MulpSJS stage, scenery, Ac, In class room. Bend for circular. Sntruts. 1)ATENTS for Inventions procured promptly! low rates, BOEDER DRIVEN, 88 Nassau st, NY Established 1H54. ' '""' . . 15atrnta Seud for In ertorsiuide, free, EUKarTato A Co., Patent bollcllors, g4o Broailway, hew York, finnoforufl, (Drflnrw, ftc. BEAUTIFin, uiirlKht pianos, gU3i Fischer. U0i Stelnway. thlli Weber, (ICUj bohroer. aorlnco WIKTERROTH. I U5 East 14th st. ' "nc8' LA."(,E "ortnwnt, slightly used, (00 to SI 20; rent 3i small Installments. OuvrlerBros.. I BE. Uthst. PRINCE.-Two manual and pedal organ7nTood orderi will be sold at a sacrifice suitable for home, lodge room puriHMes, or chawL OEOUQE It. UALU. bt Bank at,, city. STEIKVY AY PIANO, SlUOi in roonthlyi upright: tuu-galni full slso squares. 78. ' ' ' ' ' WlbaNElLtoEast 14th St. WJJiaaitii.es.i'oJtoBsL.erookjyn.. J reeeg?3ec3'g4S?gPrSr6frjf8 cHauofflrtw, Oronnu, &r. An assortment or seoond.lianrl STE INWAY UltAMJ. HQUAIIB AMU I'PIIIGIIT I'I4MS, some nrarly ue.r, all rully warranleit. Also for sale aheap, the large ststook of second hsud pianos of oths7 makers. Including every prouiineul name In America and Europe. nKliAllie oa iiutYua nTitliMI!Ts represented as GENUINE STLINWAY PIA.N03, b T E I . IV A Y A, IO.U, HUluway Mall, .tow York. Bushman uprlnht, walnut rase. uo, &" monthly. UOET5 A CO.. Ml-oa Court St., Brooklyn ItKIIM A FOll ritttlN. All assortment of these blah grade pianos alway. a buudi also two slightly used at bargain; new plunks of other makes moo upward. LOUW J. JObCELYN, 10 East leth st BioT3Ei3flajaS.iir. Chlckering aiuarv: must U. sold, !&, .i mouth y. OOET7. A CO.. 81 83 Court St.. llrookl n CHEAT UAROAIail UPUIUHT I'lAlllll Gordon, small alia to monthly . i Gordon, medium slra, .. an monthly,., SI 1 Gordon, largrat site ja monthly !7i ltenu gl). GORDON, law Otu ay., bet. xutti and 81t A FEW used pianos, cheap: new pianos r, ninntlilj exchanged, rented. CHHIOTMAN. ID East 14th. t 1 ELIAB1X CONNOR PIANO81 high grade, medium I M .24&a.m Mb