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V'Hl" 'JB tO THE SUN, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1899f , ' ?-
IB 1
H SV JA5IES McCREERY & CO., BROADWAY Jb IITO 8T.
II Si ri.VIN COLORED SILKS. WIXTER COATS & CAPES.
I'fl In! lco 1icccs cW French To-day, Jnnunrj' S3ril, be-
IB' mat Poplins high lustrous gins our regular Clcnrlnff
II'' WW finish, more than 40 Sale or Winter Jackets and
II '-III shades, suitable Tor Capes.
II 'W street wear, ! Urokcn wholesale lines,
II W 8I.OO per yard. Imported Models and sev-
Iflf !!? ... . . . crnl complete assortments.
iSUi I Iff 125 Pieces Satin Duchesse,
III IBI 21 ,ncucs wide, 25 JACKETS,
llS' $IW' colors, including new Rinck and colored Kersey,
iff ,jf shades of Brown, silk Hucd throughout,
III iiilW Heliotrope, Blue, Old So.OO;
H B I M Jf ROSC, Gmy and Red. Redoee-d from 87.30 and 810.00
II M I' Suitable Tor Costumes Bnch Kerseyf sk llned
lit Jiff and Waists, . throughout,
IB? JK SI.23 per yard. 87.50 and SIO.OO;
IB lift 200 Pieces 2 1 inch Taffetas r.mterur .to.oo to o.
Hi wl- plain aud change Black and Colored Kersey,
IHI MU able :G new color . S12.50 and Slo.OO :
BIH twit ill""4 ' rormrrlj lS.OO to S35.P0
l J if t cents per yard: j FAXCy JACKETS,
Wtlm fl fl Value SI. 10 I '
B I J Wholesale samples, black
IfP v H basement salesroom, and colored,
Ifll lie II 10,000 yards Xorclty Silks ! S27.00;
IS ! H ! 1 !" n rarlcy of lengths, R'dae1 f"m s,00 "d sow
iS 11 lii SO and 5 cents. Imported and Domestic
IIP ill 5,000 yards Plain and Fan- ModeI Conls' blnck and co1'
Mm 'p cy Black Silks. j ored' S40.00:
H( illllt OOCtS. toSI.OOperyd. j r.edoee.1 from &5.0J and SS3.03
B J i
Hi Jrfl JAMES McCREEKY & CO.. BROADWAY & II Til ST.
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R i
Hll r '111 ' Stnustmrnts.
K i 11 'iff METRoroUTOf OPEaH0rSK.
JBHl I, ,( m uaADui'sv season if ?-.
JinNV I I EI raJerttedirerttuneif jr. Maurice liran.
Hi 1 ill HI To-Xteatats :ABMES
k? j ilW Fa&u Ei8:. Kotrrr.ejtrradIt Ijufcs. Salera.
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If h II I fl GOKTIEKDAEMilEKOG.
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UH J I (-M Sjt Er; lift T- I.:-- AIDL
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fjl ''IK STKINWAJ i. W.S-5 p).uttlstl
III iji SAUERr
B. ' Hi Carnrsir Hall, Afirrnouu at Tliurjdaj,
Iff J ( ' 3tt ' IVbrnary 2.I.
Ki ; I ' 8 ' ssusr PIANO rSKD
HI i t' , ' , RARnPN THlnmE. :-tb ? lad Mvli.i at.
,i l'l ' ' UHnutil K.aiac. is. si.:is
HI 1-!M' CHABUS lTtoHaiS .Jiu.crr
f-.. ifii r , Bui" We,kIa'.-.
jf i.1 I 1TH WEEK-1SJ IIMKs 1 NEW Yl'BK.
J If VIOLA ALLEN
i 1 a j .N mix ines i.pn.ir. pitv
If fl THE CHRISTIAN.
J I jl t MATIX.L WKIIN t-IIA . ATtltlAV.
I s , Is M i LVT - T'M1 IN NEW V- 'P.K.
. ; j J FRANCIS WilSOK LimE CORPORAL
ji i f 3 "I MOXHAY. JAM AKV 30TII.
If BROADWAY THEATRE OPERA CO.
1 ' I 1 THE THREE DRACOONS.
M . ' IS I PAL AGF -V-cohtihuous r -l
- !,,; n,-nul-i i u.rn.ri'RMASo:np r..-.
f. f-i fj J VP.FJ-EP.3r JUS!. v. . i KRON ANI' HK!BE1:7.
Mr 'hf H! J Ji'IIN MJiNH.I. M 'Nr.' t. I MA-S, Ilrts.:-
II PRRRTflR'S 23d sLCOHTlNUOUS H.v'
! ' f If GEO W. MoNP...r. SII..'AI"P. ZOrKK L:: : I
J? t I'll' ' lit PJ' LULU. I- .r ull Br.k '
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1 I ,t JH SD EJK "F 4-' 5 .l.EAri.i S' a ESA
if 111 CHAUNGEY OLGOH .
IB I- i ;K ""'V"' ATH LON E.
1 J' I : I KNICKERBOCKER
1$ ' " MAXIHE ELLIOTT HATHAH HALE.
B !' I: ' if EltrMl..- L ' B.-tbdi- -: rvr j
Hr J ; i lit'- TO.Nlf.HT i.kvmii fiM i:i:t-ti.m.iit !
I : i I if' ALMA WEBSTER POWELL
f? -SK si Lm or Triu.u. r t
t! ;,IT': Vr HIiMI .irV-ll' .o e:
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,. fj THE KNEISEL QUARTET
f Jit I or hcito.
i-0"B' Aiid j vnii-K ai - hki: on t:.
ii 1 1 WEBER & FIELDS' s;7TX 1 ik '':
; f m ' 111th Swtifcl i! cth, usl it Lau.t Bis Hit.
'! I HURLY BURLY BuriMqu. on
;-g f i Ttr LtiEi 6stu, UHincninc
'-IS!,1 ITIPM WOp.IJi IN WAX. N r.r.-u;.. i
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I'f- i v Sii PASTDP") CONTIXICII-
I'1. I ; m si:at.ma :ot i:Ti oi-i.xi. is nchix.
.( I . "l(!j I :drnl M. Ijtor A; Ivdilh Mnrlmr.
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. t' I i r fyl mi vo "" fi kitMu.' . -i.fdj-.
V ,; ,L. fl 1 N tamim. or nit: hki:u.
t -! .'!! . " UHLI U Ml.. Itehan a. Knllrin.
ji , U',i BittwCVjit lu.SijiM.r .
j ' M ! ! fiyL. BWAl-fci-lHisT E-iiclO.
! v J Ii JW? A RUNAWAY GIRL
'4 i ?-'lJ: flfe. AM T JAtK' THIUTUE.
. s '111 Q ITWiYAND I.-IH ST. W 1:n t.U.
T fl'- . YW - l-sab Err r' I ad .
; I Ml st&). 1 l.c toDd..Li PABl-UN -TAR?.
f J (. ('ij. ', SC A HOI TIMK IN Al.lKC.
.:' Ii' f, MUrVaYJ'J1-MAT. EVERY DAY
it t if Ift , Entire ii-o. Mt 11- Ea'.r.r. 2.V iiJJ
if' ! I C 1 1I.V. Ihl.IU nils -.V -oil A I.
S ' 'jP Sl.t. . WEEi IIII.IIWAYMAN.''
I,' i , E H I IBVINC. ILl.l. THE. THE. Imiitt Ta. r.d
ft ' ' liRffff 1 ed . Lut rf rr-.L t 1 Z-it E'x r Phi:-
I : Is ik'lft, IPPi Tban. r- Mr r-1 l" :m in- Ea
' !( il'i'lf lortli l"4x b.ir' o-.bv!. En E.t
I J i I ' PD1UD IW it S MaT. JIlU. tti A Sit
I j ! I. t UfJAl3y A FEMALE DRUMMER.
I i!i: sasssj-- may irwin
15 I ! Ociy M.tsm '(:"' KATE KIP
r Bill: Ktanu ; ! ..i imi nnitnir.
I I ? l ; ; DEWEY ''own Sensation linrloqners.
j, ! Ift ' ' l IIAHI.1-M CITKUA UCII1U Jo !i Mt J I.
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i i lll rs2'. un cc un
Ml . dTAIa. CrMBEKHNI" l B.I rfc.
I ,H J riANoTCi:ciTAi. i mr'bkn MEKr.iiJL I
isf tj Tat Waidort Ajioiu. Tucdij. j.. :,. j p 1L,
' . M ' t ' I i I
2atf '
stasfmrats.
MADISON S?UARrJr
2I WKKK.
St ca nit 0 i a tUTio-r.
M'OCEa. K IttiClhll MTO EA ' -HERJLLD.
tt'e. iU.et Coiseij.
BECAUSE SHE
, LOVED HIM SO.
A MEP.Br .18 ANYTH1.NG AN AfDlEXCI EVEE
lai iUEi at.' rx.
i " The Little Minister of Farce."
E'ntic .x M-it. Siranitr. ; :s.
j unnnibn ei,.; xr.n. n :.
I THE o:. -Yl-VIN,, AND roTIXrol"S sl-CCES
I rTHESEA"N -UEP.1LII.
MRS. LESLIE CARTER
' r IAv:d B'Iaw teD
f MT1..-D t PnJt . i-t plAT.
s?: a
"AN J!EP:UaN BfJtNUARllT -oc.
ElM PI PP THEATRE. B .ad -ll.
mriiu Euiar-. - : Mtic-. i is.
CHARLES r&JHMAN lUAEr
WKIIXK'IIAY f. KXIXC.
"th AXNIVEJt P.T ' 1i. EXPIRE THFATP-E. .
t:itY HAXD-oMi: MiiYirxin.
EMPIRE THEATRE COMPANY,'
la i Ifimaai,. Atth r H'-r' XL
PHROSO.
Kn jdp r xny- B-rcod sst3- a ccs
Mitj-WEDXESl'AT NI sATlKDAT.
'a"cadewiy rnI
1 E. u u-is3"iad EnT'iarbj:. Pf v. t Mcv
j A 1MIE.MIMI.ML Mt tjii.
! ANDREW MACK
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
j JNIAP.Y n-r 7 ;TH
0P3 EP M A M TJ 1 1 I' M.
I 4TH NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF
i Cycles, Automobiles & Accessories.
i 5Qr.-AIMl-.IUX-Jttr.
! KOSTER A: BIAIS.
I srTTXDID ts
?,i1LT. v ' AFEAIP.
I UfDHniL HOSOK
I - Aa.e 4D Xtbtit
mIht JOHN HICCINS.
i a.p. t : .an: f ta w ril.
j WALLACK'S. rr.?,f4fT
NETHERSOlEStr
THE KtMl ,K,. T VCJl-E.lt Y.
!-4 M '.d Su. Tb- llwjl .,;tl,
S.T.tT Wlt :TlirirI)Y A -IT 3
TEELAWNY OF THE WELLS.
TRELAWNT OF'thF WELLS.
i-'- " " i ji -i-ii ... i
t& or.m t: tuniior- is
QUEEN'S LACE HANDKERCHIEF.
KEITH'S coFiN"ous PERFORMANCE
H wa.? u Lv rii,tf jgr,Mi
CASINO! w,yK. Lillian Enssell !
HSmrwiANTDIErSVAilI?bVr5-H-:a,3
MAHHAnAN pJRf-
jTMh. i..id ., IML TURTLE rfSi
, TrES . Jan ti -Tif firr,. mlle mi
HERALD SQUARE V?XZ? uiZrlut
T T.:t ,f h T a --TIIT MX "
Jlll-AMSA HU-.NE .r Ju. cW rUr
COLUMBUS
HIP.TI.. k IUHLEM M.f. W,J A it Jul .V
r.a.NH VAiDrmxc. sprjcili.Yr?4?r:f?-
urtioa Hlotirrs.
H. SCOTT, Jr., AtTctlont
will rll TO-IIAT and fallnvlns daji,
ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS
i
j ."fl I.ltxrty St. Iteal Ktat Kxchans .
t
, ,-AI.K AT O'CLOCK KACH AFTERXOO.V.
j Tim wi!l i-f verr tarcmc: rrttt for rcc
: jjrr. as we wii: lue our c-x tatsk-erif.
which H-iJl ronula a T?rr Urse oSerisir ei th
f.cit c.Bp!e of :h I'ersiaa weave. We
hav teen rerr ifal !a i-leasmc
iirs nuuitrof buier. ererrrae t-ice h'-t-ettlf
rrfrecttJ. We hoj by to dvwc lo
cm th toofWecfe-.f burr ml creaiir ii.
rrtAS th t. An lLctia wili sitiy j-oc
that the .:oUectJn Is the fln: nr oServJ a:
rub!l fc!e.
Good! Parked t'rrr of Charce.
DOXCHIAX BROS.,
IMPOHTEI1S.
Cp'REUABLE"
CARPETS
The Secret of a Pretty Room
Is not In the large expenditure Pretty
furaithlngs cost very little bere.
Best 5 Frame Body Brussels Carpet
95 cts. per yd.
(reduced from $1.35 and S1.50).
Fine teitures and fast colors. Some
are subdued Oriental tones soft rcd
and browns others with grounds of
delicate shading thickly woren with
bright btosioms.
o furnishing self-deninl necessary if
vou use our " Long Credit"
' CASH on CREDIT
(OWPERTHWAIT flO.
104 106 and 108 West 14 St.
KEAR g?A:
fooivtvn Sttcs: FhihisIiAvnarittflaSL
grading lottbt and Btstaurants.
TM lift ppeAT jttlr. MondijK
fiIOTfr:i nnd KF.SOBtTS.
Cirrajin of f &Uo,vicr hotel, reprewtted crti,.
TkLcU. limtn, aad tasMT tmilc, tocruu' u-
forcutioa to ! pofau.
THAVELKILV IXrtIULTIOX CO..
New York. 3 Park riaw. Tel.'S.GM Cort
. racAns Actnn rlfta; E. EsropAn.
AI.BANY Hotel ItDJEort A IS sp
B.M.TI1I0BE . TfceMASotd E. 1.I np
BOSTON Tae BramStk E. 1 1 .SO-. A '. np
BO-TON CoplrSJ.HotLE.I-IO. .W.SO
BCTON . . Th-eTfcorailie .... E. tlM
UnTA LO Hotl tycoon E. 1 1 M tip: A- 14
CHICAGO ndltiKlBi A. M Mop. I". :op
CHICAGO Ort Northera E. t: nji. A i
nNCINNATI UraJ HoUI. . . E. II; A. 13.
CLITELAND .. The Oohvaill . E.II
CLEVE1.CCD Tte Uclltdoa E. II. A. 3
DETROIT. Hot! CadUUe A. 13 p
IlETKOrr Th-tfyt,. . . A. l;.JO. E. 11
ELOROIA EAST CO VST HOTELS a B. Ksotl. G.f.
NASSAC -Koiftl Victon- . (rcl! . A.
OptaJftB.1
KEr WEST KerWe,tHelel . A.
sy a ui j m.
uiayti noriria. ooi . a.
Oprc J .a. 1 1
PAIAI BEACH... P.?TlPo:aAA .Gol! C
Ol-aJia. 14
PALJf BEACE . r-Al Berrh Irs oeW. A
Oia Dec. 14
OEJfOND . . TteOnaccd Golr.... A.
Open Jin. 1 4
ST. XVGVSTISZ -Pczce de Leoa. .GoU . A.
Open Jfta. 13
ST. ACGrsTINE Tie A!rur GoG . A.
Oya Not. jo
iNr.nxuvii.is Btie n a. m
MONTP.EAI. Wisdr UKt!. . -V- tiJO
MlLWAfKET I"i1r Hc; E. IS. -C- I3-IO
. MINNEAPOLIS. Wt Hotel A. lAup
XEWciRLEAX.- X.M.OarIe A. 13 op
I NEW TORE. HoUial Hti- E.I2CP
I NEW YOKE. Tc . curier. 4tth. .Mh t A-
PHILADIXTHU. Xev Wftlt..n Hctel. E. 2 cp
PITTSBrE'. Hotel Ins4aa .E,lirnp
POLAXU sPBDiu. ile Uioa hoa- A. I3.SO
trIf. Opn All rer.
SAX FRtSCISCU P!if Hotel E. Ii ro. .A.SO
ST.LfH I IlftCten'HuLE.:op. A.I4np
TOBOXTO Vcer' H tL t J p
WAHrN.T"N Tt SborrEftia E. Ii. - II
WASHINGTON. The Kftsih E. ll.SOup
A FIrst-Oaf. Respectable, Comfort
able Home in New York.
Tho-OKisds of people would like to
spend a week in New York, but the Tand
hotels are too expensive, and the cheap
ones are too cheap. Mr.Tilly Haynes,
of Boston. hi5 male a great success of his
fatuous Broadway Central Hotel
as a Popular Priced Home-like hou? :
the location ; absolulc" uuctjuaiieu for
business, sipht-seeing, or pleasure. The
new Cable Cars on Broadway re2ch
nery fashionable Store. Theatre, and
At?r3r.rn n ihf fitv anil trsn-fRT- Mritli
all cross-town lines, reaching every Sta
tion, Dock, and Ferry in town. Guests
arriving at Grand Central Depot.
Forty-Second Street, can take Lex
ington Avenue Cable Cars, one
block ea't of the Station, direct to th;
Hotel, or Fourth Avenue Cars direct
to Astor Place or Bond Street, one
block in front.
SPCCIAL RATES FOR FAMILIES OR
PERMANENT GUESTS
Send for illustrated circulars and new
nap of the city to
TILLY HAYNES,
United 5tatej Hotel. Broad a Central.
"HOTELlHiT
Boulewd asj 63d St., Hei York Ciij.
FurntineJ in i Bfidti'u: ini Homelike Winner.
i Cai tM t. toe Amenta od EarrpeA3 Pita,
f -.r the fn-E lL'-n f th-e b - ct the BEST
j a: reftiwEAbl. .::.
Ad Extensive Library ol Choice Literature.
Orchetral ("onrert. K,err i:enlits:.
W. .IllHXox CJIIXX. Proprietor.
PADDELL HOUSE
tTH ST '"'a. TIM AV Htad. ialr (a-st.hel
room tieo te.t e.tn Ltl fta-l hita rt-:.-t.
a.He '. rr--i.o.s T E PVIiDIXL.Pt-.i. r.
(ToIIrgcs and thools.
Tor Y'ounc Men Jt YVomen City Conntry.
REGENTS' E"XADHNATIONS.
:th teno of the falta.r Sehool liaa Jc .
1 . Oae tattK ioriziT ccttre csul the nidat hu
.ooce.faU; FAed the euanxuuea rrrfttftL;ce
ftddreu sETEETAIiT-' SEMTNEP. SCHu.I
1 AMorpLvoe. N Y '-at
REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS.
IrtTit -morl. Xe una l-nu Jn ao. lv
SACRED HEART ACADEMYr
Select t'iih'li- B-..rditi i '. ie basldiaji;
Moaa terta Wsta, leh i . mM reAjen.e.
fcvtheCorsT. Tnl lacier. N. T.
Matiral.
II V IXSTKLCTION.
CriiL r"t&-tzx t.r. Ti itwnu-E w
lr.iiz.r. tnf iv-oLli kd4Tr
vzsx repANu.3itujti;tht.
Inc:nc .rdrroir,
MISS McCABE'S
'fTSTHKL rKT. VWCTSG CkUtMY ?.4ib U
chioM of Art.
'VflT K.-.rt s t-t(wi ! WroJ C-. Tt
n. Ar i.4- i H-ort r5 w 4r4t-, wtUinefarthrr
f jiooU of rhjilcal Caltare.
DCnNCibCl 'and CHlLltltKN.
GYMNASIUM ?$&?&$&.
lreial lion Cla. t'rnelnc.
TZttXUTtS.
4 NNIVER.-CF.1 "Tl- f-rtr,.jth ittlierwr 'f
-V tt- l.i; Ma , Cj-.,U4a jtuceuuni of th,
ttt. f Nev Y' rt together tth the eltieLth sai-tci,u-
-A iu rM Mrtel Brinch. will ' held ta
A.4 .-t.r.a UftlL rso it- corner 4th a, . on Ytocdftr
eietut;. Jftc JA, lr t e IS o'clock. The work
.ll It !a b )terwpnooa rlewa. iier
prr.f w waircw wau. LL.D . ed Pt. Thoma, C
IUU I. D The 'oHli r lae-.ted.
Pillintru and Srt55malting.
SEAL ucqaee tad CA(xa ftlurtd tslo fuhifSAhU
CArcetu at Joet vr-c.
BAhFi;:-3. Ill We.t tU it.
FRENCH TAPESTRY PANELS
SPECIALLY REDUCED.
A larra auorttnent from 18iS4 Inehe, to
n. At 4.0 ft.,
75 cts. to SI 3. 75
9x15 ft. - S27-00
Quaint scenes of peasant life and out
door fportfi vittas of landscape In the
background and colors softened and
blended with a dexterity never sur
passed. At a distance they can hardly
be distinguished from a fine painting.
REDUCED PARLOR FURNITURE
designed with simplicity and grace of
Grecian art.
Beautiful furnishings cost very little,
as you
"BUY OF.TMe.AAKR
Geo. G. Flint Go.
CX AS amd 47 WEST 23TST.
NEAR BROADWAY.
factory: I5 ajco tSS wtsr I9?stscet
girt 5alf$ and Exhibitions.
JAMES P. SILO, Auctioneer,
rifth Aeenne Art Galleries,
395 Fifth Arenue.
Between 34th tad 33th Streets.
Takes pleasure In announcing the sale of
the Famous Collection of ilarble Statuary.
Russian Jaspers, Egyptian Porphyries. Jap
aness Bronzes and Cloisonnes, Plaques,
Vert Antiques, Furniture and Objets d'Art,
formed by
fir. Henry Probasco,
OAKWOOD. CUFTOX.
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
A deserir-tit eatalctru has ben rreparod.
which will b rai!ed on application; a few of
the important items contained therein tre as
follows:
GP.ANITE TABLE, supported br two ra-r-erblr
executed Carrara raarb'.e bases, "the
i-nlr copr of this kind in existence."'
HARBLE STATUE RUTH
BV RANDOLPH ROGERS.
THE READING GIRL
BV PIETRO MAQCI.
OTHEP. WORKS BV PCCH WELL-KNOWN
SCLT.PTOr.S AS HIRAM POWER?. CON
NOLLY. MISS MARGARET FOLEY. AND
TROF. IEDI.
2 GILT BRONZE STATrETTES. ABRA
HAM LINCOLN AND PATP.ICK HENRY.
BY TH01LC.S CRAWFORD.
SUPERB BRONZE VASE EXECUTED BY
BARBEDIENNK FOP. THE EaHIDITIOS
at Paris, lrr. for which he was
AWARDED THE MEDAL OK HONOR.
CLOCK. ALSO MADE BY BARBEDI
ENNF, IN OXIDIZED SILVER. BRONZE.
AND IVOR-. FROM DESIGN BY HERTE1!
AND CONSTANT SEVIN.
ROMAN MOSAIC TKBLE. DESIGNED
AND M-DE BY THE CELEBRATED BOS
CHETTI BROTHERS IN ROME.
" TlUS IS TRULY A MARVELLOUS
WORK AND A MASTERFIECE IN EVERY
RESPECT."
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT OF CALL
ING SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EVERY
ARTICLE. AND AN INSPECTION IS AB
SOLUTELY 'NECESSARY BEFORE THIS
BEAlTirUL COLLECTION CAN BE AP
PRECIATED. EXAMPLES OF RARE SEVRES. MEISSEN.
EARLY ROYAL WORCESTER. CROWN
DERBY. WEDGWOOD. DOULTOX. JAPA
NESE. AND CHINESE WARES.
VERT ANTIQUES AND P0MPEIIAN
BRONZES. CARVED IVORIES. A FEW
CHOICE SWORDS AND DAGGERS. POR
PHYRIES. ETC.
ALSO THE FURNITURE
Made l J the order of Mr. PtoIasco by Messrs.
Herter Brc.
Exhibition To-day (Monday)
from 9 A. Iff. till 10 P. Iff.
n 1 w.!l raa.n orn anti.
SALE DAYS
Thursday and Friday. Jan. 26th and
27th, each day at 3 o'clock.
31 R. SA3IIEL P. AVERY, JR.,
wiii as-..: in the ntanaeinent of the sale.
Fifth Ave. Auction Rooms.
tMS Tilth Avenue.
! WILLIAM E NORMAN. ArCTIONZER.
NOW ON EXHIBITION
DAY AND KVKNING.
Administratrix's Sale,
Br "rler f Mr. Reb-rft VI'T Mt'.rsr 41irtaitr
trtl t!nu7 S.ttr . 2 Wall bt Mtornrr.
OF
A Choice Collection
r
Oil Paintings,
WATER COLORS, ENGRAVINGS,
STATUARY, BRONZES, ETC.,
BEL-'NuINu TO THE I
Estate of Me Mulroy. deceased. I
T'J BE V.LD
TedneJy and Thurtar Eteninc, Jan.
illti and Mill, at 8 o'clock,
ND 'N
Tbnrdar and Friday Aftrnnnn. Jan. S6th
and -Ttli, at 3 o'clock.
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The Motive of Self-interest
(lxOWTH is the object intensely sought in this business. We expect to
attain it only by transactions that make good bargains for both buyer and
seller. Benevolence has no rightful place in buying and selling, and it would
be the height of folly to base any appeal to you for the sale of our goods upon I
ground other than your self-interest. Our own deep self-interest inspires our '
efforts to sell goods especially such as are advertised.
Upon that proposition and the square issue it creates your attention is
asked to all that follows.
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ij Spring suits are T. n . - - Some Moslems, Mi.d.r, Tic beginclrr of
Tailored here-clegant and e,0"e.ntat some heathens. .."fj'" the fourth -
Costumes interesting. A par-! Half Prices in the per- "d5"vcar of the great a : .
adox the earliest styles are the ! sonnsl attached to our Oriental Ba- "" "Caper -cat, of r .1
latest. ! zaar. Some manners, aistoms and the sale of muslin underwear wzs a
Kenneth Durward Driing Suit, occupations of several -ancient peoples prominent feature, brings about '..-.j
Equestrienne Skirt, New Driving ' of the East are illustrated in the show, important sale of odd lots at air. : -t
Ulster many others equally promi- Increased numbers daily display trifling prices. The Y'arious sr.;
nent. Prices S 10 to $105. j cumulative public interest. are incomplete in sizes, and there: :.--
Siimmpr First showjnB Md When the show is over the large undesirable in this store. Price-re-
rn ' " pc mo.st worthy Iour stocks cannot be crowded bto for- ductions follow:
leosiumes noUc The- float mer spacc3. Sxaply to gain room corset covers
into ew, filmy, delicate, graceful. a r disreganl of ues d -? - C
Vruch is the better importation ; costs certain most important 6ffcli: STiSc
the costumes or the people that , reductions. 8kt1s; wctTSc to si: r-cw iO-
make them ? Is genius dependent c t n 1 WHllK PETTICOATS
on atmosohere ? I Tne 5focfc 0 Co;onw is very large, Cjla; wwSl.50toSl.75; 75.
rn : vt r.. 1. -; D0 tbe fine Yokohama and the 3rt1ss; wcrS2c;aS2 2S; wS:.:."
,v. - " c , oer Kyoto tvpes. Prices ere cut v S3.7S ldd w st
giY-e us their first designs tor Sum- ' . 1r , -r ,. , , drawers
mer. Tne dresses arTmade of or- , " 7- Pla' Yf' J 3to;-3Sc. toSfc: a9w25-.
gaudies; SYiss muslins, printed. Tea-pots. etc. , that were orrrwsSl: ,0..
embroidered, dotted; satin striped 52 to $50 seodsr.
batiste, embroidered grenadine and are reduced to Blankets -' "oe cot"-"?
mousseline de soie. CI co n-j-.-ar.jV. known excel-
Tne goods are novel, rare, exclu- to 5 DedspreadS, lence -m h
sive. The gowns are masterpieces The stoek f Bronzes is large and LeOmtortS No 25.0 ;3
of dressmaking. The prices S25 elegant. Prices are cut in half, j 3.- ine. Experts to buv the b
to $70. .Vases, Koros, Jardinieres, Incense kets and soreads. We' make ::.
seecnifoor. EKAd-r. Burners, etc. , that were comforts. Assured of aualitv, these
High Novelh' sTllh eexhIb;- j $15 to $150 PHces musi row approval:
Siimmpr n f bummer arP renr tn At S2.75 eaeb-Giwd. wirs. crbS- -ii-
Summer Costumes on the j an reduced t0 kKS; 70x0; 5 lis.
Dress Goods secoad floor - z I 62 jic to $75. & f-s r-'-
showing of lignt, delicate and ncn . These pr.ces add interest to tne At SL25 esti Kf-7b sprads. ::
Summer fabrics-of our special im- show. sD-spitt-ms: tjan'isTge; 2x2 xis
portation-exclusrve styles." A,dILaSf i-
ALann .V ! Mattings, ?0 ntifS ES?-''
Bargain Big bu-ing makes' little Linoleums, untri! -Cz-:
pricing. They are all fresh from UllClOtns Ver shortlv the cst-tk with best cahrr trzrti tf.tn:
print roils; bright, clean, fine, even, I rolling season w21 deVdoo your floor ! jrf 71:eS5iiTsi55
and w21 launder weU. Patterns are , matting needs. Let the following TaKl Bv leaos d unds or
soUd and flowered stripes and spots; persuade you to anridoate them. 'Die j.- gm -
colors are pink, blue and blacky 31 , pou- h-xdd rolls cf Japanese Lmens housetrives of New York
;s. Price naraly worth mention- Cnineie mattings are to be sold i are finding out that we keep a Linrr;
ing so small. 2t n3if two-thirds prices. Forty j Store. An attractive Linen Store.
R. , ,. .. The cost of an -.-arcs to the roll. JA Linen Store in which the linen
mack Italian introduction. An ' -.ver- 56 !oS25 c. ' goods are made of flax. Our Liner.
Dress bilks Italian silk maker, ArrS3.50512ip:?r;. 'Store commands the linen markets
1 wants to get nis tsiacn zaun Luxors . J,o00 -arcs matting remnants, in ' of the woric. Thus come tne go;d
I presented to your favor and is willing , pieces that vary from 5 to 30 yards, j bargains like the following :
to pav for it, thus: Price is from' 5c. to 30c. a'vard, TABLE CLOTHS
CcoA.Sl.:5.KdefSl.3S. according to cuaHty. j ffg: ??:
CoaoC.il.sO.iaJeaectsl.S3. Tie kic a which jaKem ad cokr go I AtSeOexch; was $12: 2x3 rds." '
&-0 ? ,"r?- P51 ct ,. J t. the hick, Ad so Us a ls s At $11,150 each; was 5U.50: 2x3 v- rds.
Cco i, sl.ia, saa; s2.2a. ic bric Hire beet S1.50 pc sqstre ' At SU.20 each! was $16.50: 2r is.
All finished on both sides two ! !. "1 v J" f aJ : 'Pf 2si6 y oi K
equal weanng sunaces. Quantity -21 p, at 7 ?-.- vrire j-trf fet what - KFis to a-h. t ratsv hs
limited to five thousand ;.-ards. ; irff- ( re ti7.
Lorcali. i r.-tj..i-JL...OiiLM ' Tj-ii ut:-.t.
..... . ! Sere re-errs i at best crahses tha: hiTe .... . P-..V- .v--- n c'1
p.. Here's nenness cneap. i tf s!eir fe- safe to 7ic White Lawn f " .-?
Kicn Tne liacurv of cut glass .' - 51 65i - fc Anrnn t . eaca J:f'r
Cut Glass abtora'fcao ,onger S.a'S SfaSI J . ed-
an extraagance. Our ooKct with TsrnoTt, Sfc "" m.ore- You'U cW-er that qu:rk.v
nrices has made brilliant xnanv a i OILCLOTHS .,.,.. i WDea -voa !cok tnem over' C:i
U- W- ' Ivarc$wsdtis; sry lergth deseed, .-.m ; assortment.
dinner tahle. ! tees 25c to 40c p s.-are yard; we r c . ..
Elegant cuttings on new shaped , ae prcs :cr what we hare is hxk lx. ' White rone i2ns, c;rr.-
blanks are offered to-day at prices i Jo 25c per sqare rari Dress Goods Ulf a-Cd '" !
that largely discount Saturday's j. Tncre are still goon opportunities "a uuuus sooks rromst
cheaoness. : :n tce Czr?K Sale, especially in the w"k s large orxenng still remain. I
. . t. finer goods. We are offering carpet i They're marked now to.assure a quk.-c
7-S bSS.5; WefliT3' remnants at half price or less. ' departure. About a third less than a
7-t. Nappes- S ; ' were $5. 5a TairiiM.-. fair price.
6-- Bcwls, S3: were $4 flrlrl Fnllnvc Furniture that is Lawrss, sr:ri, checked tsd pU x: ICc t
Qtlery Trays at $ each. OUx- Dishes a: m rurnllUre because of popu- j BJraT
51.75 each, TUrrs a: $175 die I laritj- pie:es that remain single by ! R. , . Our "Orient" 3:r.-c'.5
!UM'!lt' a 1 I the c oi :heir :el:o',vs- AI1 roc j m,C'C,e announcement has been
Lamp Globes A l0S.,nS . are requested to move on. Cheap-) News made the solendid
50 to 75 Per Cent. out o: .aJEes5 makes the movement and the Roadster at $50. Perhaos Vou know
Reductions sock'tol1 qdck- , u.. abo,utitv .
Vv r I Few nouses are too full to forbia Another item worth noting :
wmch are aoded some globes from 1 the oresence of another piece of fur- ', Ccetttal asnda. $25
our own collection, occasions this j your economic sensibility is Woei'i Ccttal 3x-Tr2es, $!.
offering. Fine 9 and 10 in. globes, j the Hne o introduction. ' Never so much Bicycle character
many of which are hand-painted, Mlios--T ?lrics aii S100. ., S17i and excellence for so little money,
that sell regularly at $2 to $4, go Eroe Mthcgisj Desk, $ioo; was S163. And they're eoim? e'ek.
now at $1 each. XfTg?-. g i-g, q ck.
nr,tr.Te.h,treet.lBM:eat. Venal" Mama M:ic"cltj-; SSflras 530. LOUlSC ?tOm a letter rCCCntiV
, , Thirtv packages of ex- 2 Hreh Oak Senees. $is.50: were $37. ' pi,ji- received from this we
Chamois ceien't cuality. full size fc:p'-S ! fc, i? k"" novelist ar d
Cltnc i-v-u . ; sm Coach wi: rJ heas, $lt: was $2j. i MOUlton i
OKins and weight, are to be ToccccoSroarSeet.deccr:ed,5l6.wxs$24. P take tne f
! sold at Thirty. Cents for each skin. He-ash OakSsdeteard. $15; wa $22.50. 'lowing excerpts which will be o: .-
i Trade value is fifty cents. A saving l oi4: chasi l.x " t0 our boo-reading public :
of fort)' per cent, will quickly set FieahOak H aachi. carded. $io; was S2a j "I cannot express my pleas---!
them at work polishing yo-ur brasses. Rto Oak stag gj. gs. J too warmly.
Biet. 3I.6MahcjxjBckcises,$7;wtre$10. I IflS Set Of DOOkS will be a .r-
n ti k J Publisher closed Oak Tat:-, brass le. $4; was $7.25. j long delight. I can imagine 't
, UOUl'DOUna mt s Sr:es tQ reibr. mood in which I could not turn :
Books us at a low figure. Candies ,Faacy P8 bea2I to them sure of response of s-m oat .-.
I5c. Each wishes t0 Dut the v",,,u,cc' look at, pleasant to the if I am sad; mirth if I am gav. -, i
series in a ncv dress. Quite'attraa- ??te- Clear candy, -ar.ous flavors. Iherary interest and stimulus alwa
ivein its present form, as was the ' l '? hcst Jde, can "The International Librarv 3
former price, 28c. a vol. Choose &es' 0c- Salted almonds and mar- admirably edited.' Tne solera--:
from these titles to-day at 15c. : j roi:s Bce, SOc- hsvc to find with it is that st J 1
Br Rrwivr..u-T.-. Fetched. rTrii eitt, r.j A vast ariety, tasteful hard to stop turning its pages "?-. W.
F4. itrurjfle 'J .Aatw, WiTerter. Tie i UWner j ., tr , t i .. T . T W
m .terTciaj Mr-er.t i p,, d grotesque. Musical I know that I ought to be z: . r t
Br CtrS' lvies.-li.rs.sr Rait Aid Hari . TaVOTS :r-.-,. V-... -v , ,. Bt
tJmT; j-.i-.c Krti u.1 rtk. instruments, brownies, something else. n
ojIS,?" fHr'1"",'1,X1' ' baseball players; for ices or candies If you're interested to know c:: 1
y"iw 14' a?rnirrii VVuAitrte. some ver low priced. Sixteen about the International librarv cal. ::
i1rAIB"iwr.r'"el'"'","-lh,,- sons wedding cake boxes, S3 to our Book Store or write for spe- I
Other titles, but only in small $7.50 per 100. As comical as a toy men page and all particulars about :.-.! U
quaatities. store, this Candy Store of ours. half-price-and-little-paymens plan. B
Tie xi More, Ntsta itreet Bcect. I T-, Rei Saere. Mtti tueet. fl
JOHN WANAMAKER 1
j Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Ninth and Tenth Street I
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