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Hp 10 ' THE SUN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1899.
I Parlor Furniture ' At Nearly Half Prices Ijl I J." TENANT any? You will never get a better chance, if what wc show 111 I n suite yu' Somc of the Picccs (if yu look closely) show sfens of FwmI m their being here for a season. Nothing to hurt much, about the same ifffi j '.' as if you had been using them in your own home for a few months, iUh II carefully. fSBk I! ' That's for a few of them. Most of these, however, have had their llwii prices cut down for another reason, the effort to solve the everlasting IIS ' J problem of Boom, Boom, Boom. Wc are preparing for prodigious furniture Ijfjl j - movements, and that means prodigious furniture purchases. The new tin I' goods are crowding us; the older pieces must give way. The tension of IfS I :' ae conditions is indicated by these reductions. There arc comparatively llflE II cw e P'cces werc c excuse " shop-worn" can be made. I'fW '!' At $22 Mahogany finished sofa and rocking " At $45 Over-stuffed suit; sofa, 2 arm and EffiS I1 chair; was $34. 2 side chairs j was $75. Iffjg j At $40-Mahony framed parlor suit of 3 At $50-Over;stufred suit; sofa and 2 side mr.mt l .L.. .. &1 chairs: was $92.50. llH I . V7' T.. .... ,.,,, At $100 Over-stuffed suit; sofa, arm and m J At $30-MahoEany finished parlor suit) 3 s!de chair j was $150. lilM 1 pIeces' was 43sa At $60 Over-stuffed suit; sofa, 2 arm and 2 I'm ; At $50 Mahogany finished parlor suit; 3 side chairs; was $110. I lfl$ pieces; was $90. At $120 Over-stuffed suit; sofa, 2 arm and 2 IfJUttji At $65 Mahogany framed parlor suit; 5 side chairs; was $155. jFJ$ pieces; was $100. At $100 Over-stuffed suit; sofa, arm and IS At $30 Mahogany framed sofa and aids side chair; was $1.75. If H f chair; was $46. i At $4 Mahogany finished odd chair; was $8. If I At $50 Over-stuffed suit; sofa, 2 arm and 1 At $15 Sofa with inlaid frame; was $21. J side chair; was $91. At $102 odd chairs; were $16. If if I At $34 Over-stuffed sofa and sldo chair; At $4 Mahogany finished chair; was $8. IS Hi ! was $34. At $20 Leather covered sofa; was $30. II ft! j At $10 Mahogany finished divan; was $18. At $5 Odd chair; was $9. HI 1 Some New Most these A Jacket Cleanine up II BUI . V, L,V are shown for Phctn the Jacket If II Austrian China the first time ,. FL n ,,9 Stock, we II HHi 's corning. Unusual prices are at ' our "Ollars came across I lljll marked upon them. They- combine less than sixty of the good, stylish, II Jljlj newness, cheapness and undisputed well-designed and well-made jackets II Silt! beauty. that we sold in the early cold weather If HiH ' Austrian makers are close on the at prices up to $7.50. Most of Bji heels of the best French China deco- them are remaining from our $5 and lilSrllS rators. It is often a question for $6.50 lines that were leaders at their I til ill ' experts to settle which is tuhich. prices. Serge linings for the most llfllilf You can always tell by the price- part, some few are half-lined in col I fmS II! mark, here. Austrian china costs ored taffetas. Good coats. llHllil about one-half the prices of its Choose at $4. I French prototype, and we never sell . Thc several one for the other. New Offerings in chdce f These new pieces will be sold at the Sale of Furs r,nrmrnr! . ., fc nil c ii to about two-thirds the prices generaUy here mentioned must now depart Uimm asked for goods of heir class The without de, Th wiu nQt be If! decorations are mainly of the ' solid storcd as our the CQmi I color sort, richest reds : and Surnmer. The absurdly low prices III I gflenS fd yeJlow.s. heavily treated win surd find ncw ownenhip If Hllf ' w B ' an exquisite me- quiccjy: hIIF! dallion figures. At$90 Opera wrap of heliotrope velvet; lined tliiyf Hates at $8 to $14 doz.; qualities that were with white Thibet; was $125. Bfjijlrif $12 to $21. At $100 Fine Persian lamb cape, with top ll'iliill Tudding Sets, 3 pieces, $3.50; were $5. collar and ruffle of fine chinchilla; was Mm 1 Cake Plates, 70c. each; were $1. $175." I Hill Chop Plates, $2.50 each ; were $3.50. At $125 Broadtail Persian blouse jacket; was llnl j Teapots, $1.70 and $3.50 each; for the $250. Ills I f $2.50 and $5 kinds. At $225 Handsome mink wrap, with com- tfllfl ' Sugar Bowls, 95c. and $1.40 each; for the bination of white satin and Irish point lace ; liriTOi $1.25 and $2 kinds. was $450. Hltlllfll' Cream Jugs, 70c. and $1 each; for the $1 At $20 Electric seal collarettes of the finest til, i and $1.50 kinds. quality; full ruffle and 3 tails ; was $30. I fill If Chocolate Pots, $1.40 each; were $2. A large assortment of collarettes, in combina H'tllf III Bonbon Dishes, 50c, 85c., $1 each; were lions of choice furs, at proportionate reduc BJfirnS! 75c, $1.25, $1.50. tions. Bjli! i i Celery Trays, $1 each ; were $1.50. Second floor, Brosdwir. BJ;''! p Salad Dishes, $1 each ; were $1.50. gcc Jje hats I ' lit J Stamp Boxes, 70c. each; were $1. Velvet TodlieS. j M Jewel Boxes, 70c. each; were $1. tlT0nJ9?n and you must MW I Paper Weights, 70c each; were $1. 0 I .O 3110 D.OU be Surprised It ?i7??r,.iwSch5Tm6!5; . at the little prices. They're made m ill Safety Match Holders, $1.50cach; wcre$2.Z5. f J iji.l Calendars, 70c and $1.40 each; for thc $1 of fine all-silk velvet, and require B.ifn K and $1-75 kinds- only a quill or a bunch of flowers to tUI; After Dinner Coffees, $6.75 doz. ; were $10. t, ,j .,. T :.n. J IH Tea Cups and Saucers, $5.50 and $12 doz.; be ready-to-wear. In fairly good jf for the $8 and $18 kinds. supply this morning, but can't. U JKj Chocolate Cups and Saucers, $5.50 and '$12 pronlise they will last the day. MM:! doz.; for the $8 and $18 kinds. f J J BJ;y Bouillon Cups and Saucers, $18 doz.; were Second floor. Tenth .trcct. ftp $24. r ,N f One sort for K'AJp Mln alale, Droadway. OOOO (NeWS OT men at $3.90, III Mnftrf;i; AU of our own ShoeS that we delight 111 Pill H make Therefore to have matched against most $5 liujll '" ' n W we can s"16 yu kinds. All you can match by eye Hn; DOlSterS 0f tjje excellence are the leather and the shape and I'll IP t te'r quality. There's only one the finish. The wear you may take I ill ill' profit, too. That's a point worth our word for. H lK! remembering. Tan and black, in box and willow l! j fi At $9.75-Mattrcsses of good South Ameri- calfskin, patent and enamel leather, Bfl ' j r can curled hair; best blue and white tick- and heavy, weather-proof and crack- Bfliip ing; 40 lbs.; one or two parts, as desired. Droof vvaxec1 calfskin Lifht or BBjlPi At $2.50 Bolsters of especially fine goose Pr001 waxca cailSKUl. Ugm Or BBJil)! feathers, covered with best blue and white heavy soles. Shapes for all feet. Bvlijijl ticking; 5 lbs.; 20x56. One sort for women. Kidskin, HI At2$L50-Pillowsofsamemater,ab;31bs.; brJght Qr duU ;n surface.finish as Hpjjjl Third floor. you prefer. Soles welted and stitch- Hi IJIl puw n There are nearly a ed and flexible. They are the best ill thoose an hundred of shoes for I 11' f "??? overcoats, and you $2.50 H; '.' at $lo can find among that we have ever had the pleasure BRjjJI them almost any size you wish. They of presenting. Bfljjn! are friezes and cheviots made in our Fourth vnu and Math iirot. H'ljjJ! own way and up to our own standard. fi0od Hosierv cre are severa' H'ill' They are our own overcoats, in fact, Drirpi kinds, specimen HI and we have asked the prices they ow Hricea offerings for 'ill merited, $20, $22, $25 and $28, men, women and children, upon the i up to now. values of which we are willing you JIJI; Choose to-day at $15, and it's should judge this Hosiery Store : Bfl'flili profitable choosing. FOR MEN J BMonl floor. Fourth avenue. At 25c. pair-Fine cashmere half hose in H ilJJj; . , fast black; also heavy natural and colored JgilJ r, , . Remainder Of a merino; medium weight. ijin! Boys Long lot of stvlish for women fW j h TrOUSer SllltS su;ts of ancv At 3 pairs for 50c.-Medium weight black liStK , sulls ot lancy cotton stockings; fast colors; double soles "" ""'"I cheviots and neat dark worsteds and high spliced heels; a 25c. value. $15 and $16.50 suits, and good fltasi bIack, ribbed colton I Sellers at thOSC prices, are now stockings; double knees and extra spliced CIA C ti hec's and toes; elastic, durable and well OlU 3 OUlt. made; sizes 6 to lyi, 20c; 8 to 9,'j, 25c. Some of the suits have double- a'a'r' iur 1 i breasted vests. Men of small stature Women's , y.. a. lcaf can be fitted in this stock. Pocketbooks ? v Z B1, . Becocd floor. Fourth irenue. , "'" lmc oul OI BKul1! many, but an especially good one. BHifi! A New Candy Cocoanut Puff is Three sorts of pocketbooks in it. B Mi' Gnnii ani the lateSt COn" 0ne fa B genuine black seal; double-clasp; BBlli i r , i fection, -pure leather lined throughout. BBBIl F'B' LOW Priced n j naHteKU Another is a pocketbook of plain brown BlHOl , ,, a.nQ P313130'6' alligator; handsomely lined with calf and H! Kll Cl a Poun- Try It. alligator. BK ill Chocolate-COVered Nougats a The third pocketbooks of morocco; tan, m fresh lot of the well-known and well- $3Zfi& BBSji Pi' liked kind that we sell regularly at ling silver. Hf II 30c lbi Thcse are to be only 20c. Choose any of these at $1 each. BBBPv kl i Buemeiit. Sroadw7. JOHN WANAMAKER HH !j J Formerly A.T. Stewart& Co., Broadway, 4th Ave.( 9th and 10th Sts N. Y. BBBBIL Mm BJBBBBBBBBBBjfcrfgsEgfry-Tr ""'iliJU u.aj! -j & pUNTPNEfbRNITURB Handmade Furniture Of our forefathers, which lnsted gener ations nnd cost a king's rnnsoui, wo liavo reproduced nnd brought within the reach of mew" purses. AVhilo re taining. nil tho artistic morits of tho originals, many improvoirtents havo been made In construction, which Insure- tho highest satisfaction. Com bined with ricli upholstorlng effects, tho most hnrmonlous results aro ob tained. A visit to our studio, whero spocial designs of every art poriod aro constantly bolng workod out, will givo you valuablo decoratlvo ideas. Phenomenally low aro factory prices, and oven thoso aro reducod. "BUY OF.TMC MAKfiR" Geo.. C.FbiNT Co. 43. 45 ho'47 WEST 23?ST. NEAR DRQADVAY. FACTOnV. 154 AND 156 WEST !9?STBEET Corset. Absolutely correct In pro portion nnd line. New Models nnd materials Sold exclusively by James McCreeryfc Co., Twcnty-tliird Street. Collcncs mul rltoolK. I'r Youne 3Icu & Wcmif n-Clly A Country. REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS. 24th term of tho Kenftner Hchool befflns Jan. 30. 18llt. One tuition for Any course until thoatudentha furrcMfully imfted tho examination. I'orcataloKUo adtlrcaj SECUETAllY" 8KMTNKII 8CUOOL. 13 Aator place, . Y. city. REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS. Ovrrn.ooo ftturtrnU hao hocn lircparrd at New York Preparatory School, 15 V 40il St.; rlaoweiand private work. cr term bruins Jan. 30, 18UD. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. Select Catholln Bordlna Rrhool. new building; ecoud term bcln Feb. 1; rate reasonable. Urothcr AUfiU&T. "tCbterNJf Sliifficnl. IIAXO INSTRUCTIOIV. Careful, conn eteut teacher; special attention to beginners, term reasonable Adilre1 LENA UlilMyp. 20 rfit 121th it. Inucinj: Araduinirs. EV98SS RfflcCABE'S Danrinc Rrhool, 31 Yjl 17th St.. near B'way, Pri ato and cl tss Ichmjiih dally, toi;iiinrrs un time. SchonU for I..nnctuiccs. LAIGMGES. T1h vi:r,.vsc( .SOIKH)!.. y3 SrhormorlKini ht. riimio 1.1IO A nrooMyn. Hclnxils or Alt. " " 'PUB Ki-nflnetnn Rclinnl of Wnoil Carvlne. Tim L inoNt fA.einalilieartforaniatetlri. wnud rHrviiii;. Instruction will bo icu ilnrltn;lanu.irr nmlKcbru iirv. Airhitn't Ilnort, 'jniMV -ir.lst., willnlxcfurlhtr Infornittlion nnil liow .pccnnrnii, J 1 to 12 daily. Sclinolff uf Pliyftlrnl Ciiltura. WOODS' I Ilanillwll. nnxinc GYMNASIUM, TralnliiB. llatln. Ac. U K. 8th St. Kntrnncr, .',; monthly dU5', 3 g'tnnofortr.s, (Drgnno, rtr. IMPOUTANT KOTICi: TO PBAIO BUYERS. Xast few dayn of tho Krrat removal sale of tho BRADBURY PIANO WAltKIlOOMR. On or about Fob, 1 w nioe to our now, maenlfl cent miAUBUllY UUIUJlNTt.Vor. llUh t and nth a. In coiiiequenrc, ei r plaiio now nuhHUdwlllbe offered at a PIlI3(0ME?t ALLY LOW PUICL tn nnler to dispone of our ( utiro present slork before iuolnir. Ihcoa aro a few of our offers all planus fully guaranteed' Nun-upright piano, was $200,00, now $105.00 Chlckerini; upright, . . 12.1.(o UtilcliorliiKtiprluht.larKCfit fttze. soodas ncn. it O oo New upright, niu st t made 1 DO.Oo lindbury uprlcht, cood roudltion mo.OO New Bradbur pianos at u really reduced prmen. i a. s.iirrii. WALTKIt Z. HOLMES, Mar., 0.1 Bt!t av tor. 17th st. STUYViSAOT PIANOS. M'KCIAI. iNTitoiiiic'TiiiiY riticr, $185.00. either In rh or f akr monthly iiaymont", for new cawo stylo "O" Jn llOHewool nnih. 7s octavo.; fully warranted; durable, rellahlo and of t'ood tuuo quality. This instrument may lm f irli.ince 1 at any tlnm within rtvrt yearn from date, of piirchaNn for anew WKHKK 1'IANO or a new VlU:F.I.OCK 1'IANO. when a ralrallovraiiro will he made, 01 irn'ic hansed Hithlu one year tliufllll pileo will ho allowed. Catalniruea and full jiarticulam mailed frr. to any addrel.. Corner rifth Ae. and Sixteenth St. I'O'rill.AK l'KASK PIANOS. "" 100 Wl'AT al) HT JUHT WKHT OK ill II AV Direct from manufacturer at competition vrices: ea.y terniH, baruainrt lu used planoH, S7& up. Call or write for catalogue. 1'IANOS Tuned, Itenled nii(IKxcliniicrl. EAHOAIVH. Iteduccd prices In upright iilauoal CbkkcrlDi: grand. 1M). ea.y imymenta. CUIUSTMAN, 1 rjihtjlth st. BAIKIAINB. New liprlnht planoa, 12d, at WI.V 'llUilionl'H. 100 Kaat 11th at. and 1U Clli ur.i open eenluus. UPItlOHTS .AT lUiiUAINiC 7MOit..lanio sle $ir.o.oo.,..$n.wmo. "MOct.. Mahou'auy cas $17r..O(l ...$ii.U(iino. llejita.sn.uouii. UUKUON'ri, 130 Sthav.. het.SOJt si. LAIlflK uprluht piano, richly carved, powerful tone; like new; ureal wieilnee: warranted. hTADIl'. si3 1tlIHIh st, IAHOF. as.orlment, sllithtlyujcd, ti;otoil:'.-i; lent ' .'!; small InmallhicnU.OmrkTUroii.ia 11.1 4llit, OI'KN eculiu:. Unliable Counur riauoa; hiith urade, inediuin prices; eay terms, reiittou, ex cnaiiL'liiL'. 4 Kast I'Jd st, Cxruvstons. por)riKllINO.-fitr.Aiiilrr.foier.ne.,Tues. Thur.Aj V bun., '.MM St., I'. ll.,7'.:0; llat'y.H.OS. Al,. l'DHTKK. gttHHiwrjj nnrt SWfeJ9. CKAI, sacquea and capes altered Into fashionable ' icarmeDts at lowest prices. HAIIKKK'B, 111 West 88th st. Pij5rcUiUiCoti,s. U-l-l'-A-KH. lOforucentsatdrUBidsts, They bau lull pain and prolong lilc One icive r.llef, mngtmtius. PALACE ciDNTiHuous - I HLHUUi n,i,,e, J'EltFOUMANOK. jil'.M. tor, rnF.i)i:mo 110x11 i. uu., i.'Aito.N and iititiuuiT. JOHN KFIINKLL. WO.VllOK a: MACK, 1'arent: llrodaldi Troupe, sr. oilier btara, PRORTRR'S 2fdltJC0NTINU0US ,030 I IIUUIUI1 O, ..s,r,Oc.I'crformanee.l0 4r,l!,M. tiro. W. MOS1IOF, 1'UFaS Ill.DItlUOK, Bl'llKA'l'Olt 7UUAVKS (hit of th keasolll, i:i. LATIJ.L, 1'uolN, jr. otlicrStais. I YCKUM TUi:.CTIII!. ,th av.'aud Slid sti kT BEATRICE HER FORD, E:u. I'Hl'AI. alATIWKK rif KS. STAR "cuiiiiEiTr.vNii'oi." ruiTiTiT; I, .'. 31 Frsuklln f yles. Il.l.,'2re Next Wetk-'UheairUromi'sru." OiGb,,GUA , iTrCTnoroUTAN orKtiA notran. anAMDorKitA rkabon isds-ob. r.dertha direction of Mr. Mnurlce Grain, To-nlrht at H:an (by rnqnesti, , , DAB llUF.IKdOI.U. Mmes. Slarlo llrema. Knsleina Bchnmann-llrlnk! Van Dye. IMppol, IJIspham and Van Uooy. Conductor, Kchalk, , To-morrow Afternoon at 2-f.OIIi:SOniN. Mmei. Kmma Karaes and Hchnmann-HelnVt JIM, 1 Jean a.-.l 1"J. da l!cic, Mnhlmann nnd lllspham. To-morrow Nlaht, at pop. prices, at H AHM. Mmes. Nordlca, lliuermelater andMantellli MM. Csmiuinrl. riam-nn. PrtnBle,.Vannl andCeppl. Uundar i:vg, Jan. 2, at H.lo Vth Sunday Concert, flololstsi Mmo. Havllle. lcnore Van Stosch, Tlo llniste, and Belmmann-Ileliik, MM. Plancon and Van JJyrk. I'jillre Orehcstrs. Conductor, Hchalk. Monday Etii., Jan. no, at H-LUC1A DI MMMKIt MOOlt. Mine. Brmbrlcb, MM. Halera, PrlUKle and CampMisrl. Conductor, Helirnanl. Wid.j:ru..l'eb.l.at7:4fi-TlllBTANUJ)ISOLrri. Mmes. LeRmann aud Urcma; MM. Jean and lid. da "itflfiE Peil. JSf..t 7-.no-OOKTTmDAV.MMEn. T)N(1. Mmes. I-ehmmti. rlcliumann-llelnk, Perny, Molssllnerr ami Pwllle; MM, Jean and Kd. da llesike ami Muhlmsnn. HTl'.lMVAY te -JONS' rUNQ3 USED. madTson square 24lh JS.,,.,. an ;itovfin:i avkuk. FJIATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. " BUOCCS8, A DECIIirJ) RUUOKSa." 1IEUAI.D. Charles Krohman presents Wni. Olllette's Comudr, BECAUSE SHE LOVED HIM SO. " AS MF.Illtr AS ANYTHIaO AN AUDIENCi: EVF.n LAVOIIKD AT."-8L'M. " The Little Minister of Farce." EicnlncsBiSo. Matlne2il5. hflRRirif THKATIIK. 35th St., near Broadway, UHImlUn, Kca,8.10. .Matinee at 2. Hoyt A- MeKee. Iysnees. Charles Krohman, Manager. "TIIK CIIOW.NINO AND CONTINUOUS BUCCE33 01' THH SKA90N."-HF.ltAM. Charles rrohmsn presents MRS. LESLIE CARTER In lald Ili-la,co'a erslon of Pierre llertnn fc Charles Hlmon's 0-act play, "AN AMI'.llUlAN llCHNlIAUDT" Sun. i:oiiluus8 10. MstlneoHjlurday. nflRflFM TUEAT1H', 27th 81. and Madlsin Av. ' UHHULIs i:eiilnus. 8:IS. Mal., 2. in. C1IAIII.1W FnOII.MN . . . .Manager Hut (I WeeVs I.mmer. lr.TH WnEK-1.13 TIMI-X IN NEW YOIIK. VIOLA ALLEN ix halt. niNirs i-owiinrnr. pt.ay. THE CHRISTIAN. Reals srlllns for ill muatnln j pert orntaneea. MATINi:i:s U'i:ill.al)AY is SATIIKIAY. BKOAUWAY TIlllATIli:. F.lRS.HItn. Sat.Mat.2. LAST 3 TIMES IN Ni:W YORK. FRANCIS WILSON LITTLE CORPORAL. MONDAY, JANUARY aoTII, BROADWAY THEATRE OPERA CO. Tirnt rrrfortnanro Pa Km on t Smith'n NfW Ojiora, THE THREE DRACOONS. Seats Now ou Sile. IMflfTAPK'Q Brosdnay and noth St. rYHLUlbli O. Et'ksK 15. Mal.bat. 2:10. NETHERSOLE ffisaer Tin: MicoMi nint. tanqui:kay. Monday; l'lrat lime. "CAMIl,I,l"(lu costiimo). VVAI.I.At K'8 THKATISi: EXTltA. iixi)y, rr.ii. iith at tiii: wiiiti: noiisi: tavi:iin. at tiii: iviiiti: noitsi: tavj:kn. Direction of D.mlcl and Charles Frohman. PH1DIDP 'IIIE.VTnii D'wav and 40tll 'if. CIlrllVC EenlliK', X:20. Matinees, 2:10. CHAItlXS ritOIIMAN . ... Minnger Jl MONTH. MATINEES TVEDNESIIW AND STI'rtDAV. EMPIRE THEATRE COMPANY, In ii Pn mi H ration of Anthnnv llopp'fi Koel, PHH.OSO. "An Lmplro Hurtcss Ucyoud yuestlon." Sun. ACADEMY ..I'wni. E. (1. (iilmorn nnd Euceuo Toinpllns, l'rops. k Mtfrs. ANI)Ui:V His latest triumph, lail A if" W itAC(ii:i)' i:aiu-. WWyl mm m B JJl 'liin ureatest prodtic HIKHiyi 9n timicori5htaan lilsn UBBB IT vaer Ifl Ha drama. Mats. Wed. snd Fat. 2. F.enlngs 8:1B. MADISON SQUAREGARDEN UST 2 DVYS OPEN 1'IIUM I) A. M. TO 11 P. V. 4TH NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF Cycles, Automobiles & Accessories. 50c ADWIISSION-50C. KOSTER "& BIAL'S " "SS- UOXIIS CItOWDED 110rSE3 NliUTLY nd tinra'.r Hi:VT8 the superh arrirnf AN Hi: VAUDKVILU: CLLUIllUTira M'rrtED nnd lWlt NF.KKR AN AFFAlIt OF HO.VOll IN ADVANCF.. in its Orimnal liitiulj PDAMn I a nr.Ni'iNK sronsi. ".TpS? A FEMALE DRUMMER. iioi'sk. I .toiiNsTONi: nr.sNi7rr 4uotbtrs. NKXT v i i:k jacoh i.i rT h OIUNI) l'HODUOllON OF SHENANDOAH. Maurice Dan-j more Mao llnniidoii antl a creat east. ymrixfUasii. wricASTuso op.ca gl tlltlUl' CAST, ClIOKl's OF on. IN Queen's Lace Handkerchief Y,r. 2'.. tn, 7f.. i. Mat. Wed.. Sal i.iihi Sots. 2.r.e. Nut Opera -Ll'l I A Dl I.AMMKISMOUH (in K.m;lili); KNICKERBOCKER, Nn rnnnvuiM I'k3-8-0- Bat. Mat. s.is. . U. bUUUCTIH Cljduntch'sOieatria. MAXINE ELLIOTT NATHAN HALE. Hxtra Matinee Lincoln' Birthday Seats ready. B YRFIItml''1" r.tOHMANMaiiaKer. QiQ UlLy BVI IjUtinces'UIUltHDAY k SAT., 3. l'lnrru'K (Jri.ut.ft CuiiLMly, TRELAWMY Wkfffi KEBT IJ JO CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE Ksi I II 2.r.e , Cur, Komi to 1 1 1'. M. COUA TANSKlt AND LOI'IS MASSl'.N 111 their new Cnmrill. "MY HIIitllAND'S MODrj, " lin VritK'K MOHKI.AND &. CO. In " A Clamo of Jolf." Uto. 11 Woud, Hmlth Is l'ullir.trdiaDnsiiis, A.c. IIAKI.IMI . Uhaa. l'rohman's l'ane, ,r., H-20. lioiisih I " OH AND OFF." K.?" .Inn. 30-"Tho Ylllncp I'nstniiister." " SOI i:.NIIt" 3IONUAY XICIIT. UnndHome Imported hilk l'an to F-ieh Ijidr TOCOMMKMUltATi: UIKlCOTU ri:HF01tMAXCK. FCirEKfl VOKM) INWAX. Newllrjups. B D B P Ira KUrn Altractlnns To-Day. Wil Re.-oiid week of the DI-iHueri as DflBBrrP" CINIlMMOIIIlAl'IlopmiMAUTllA HIIIaPP I''"' "r from Tannin tos.iutlau. fifl UObk (lYPSYMl'SIO Afl.aild Ki'. MTU QT TIIhATIIR ('.or. i.th Av. MatsAVed. It I II C i I i audHat lies. oreliIiirolaorual.,SUi. OlMUNCKYl ,v lrTU ..,., A llnmaliee nf olcottI ls v'-w athlone. nr.n olcotts i'ivn nhwroxcs. CASINO! TollroV. Lillian EuBselTl Accompanied by TJIOH. Q. hlUUUOOKIL JOHN K. IlISilsIIAW AND KDNA W ALLAUK-lloT'l'ltH and creAt ias:, InOHeiihach's CharmiiiL' Open lloulTo. " l.A IIIXI.l; lllll.KNK." WEBER & FIELDS' Muio . iVwaFi aon. st. lifth Huceessfiil Month, and the Latest Ilia Hit. HURLY BURLY, r'axuKr I ho i.aiiBhliic Succesj, lm I nLKInb. MURRAY1",,' YH!' MAT. EVERY DAY II.' v! Donned ."HllS'I JsIIsTA . "UJ Stk(!o. WKi:lC I IIHJIIWAY'SIAN." bl M)AY NI011T. I111ANDJ'01'UI,AU CO.NCT.ltT. PASTOR'55 i'o.vtini'oin ' bllATS, :.() .y :,o MINTS. )im:n" la NOON. I.iluiirit si. I'niiir is Killiii Xiielnlr. j"'rl' V nynn .V Anna CulilniOI. IF0 f ft Attn U"WAV Ik 28TH HT. K'Ks 8:10. yWBl A RUNAWAY GIRL IT Thrill ro. Uy Aiimislln Dalj's Musical Co. " ' Msts. Wed. aud but. at 2. PwWHSri-i- MAY BRWIN Ouly Matlnio In uiririeat- If ATr IID Balurday, 2 IS. et success, IsHltlVlr. &k saii t. .iack'.s thi:atki:. " Ha lnVAYWDSH'IHHT. lei. .111711 .ISth. lt . - U'B Mlionallvrry Day, 2 and H. SByfev Iiiu.WomeiiandKoiii:, l'AHIHIA.N urAUS. n& A Illir TIMK IN ALASKA, nil U'O Keryr.ie.H J.-,, hhalespeare'siomcd?; UHLI U pilss Urliuii us Kiilheilne. I Matmci s Wednesday , Hotllrd.iy, 2. i yriiundiy. 1 b. u-'llie ilreat lliiby. MANHATTAN riiKAnin, rjZ" 17fll'll MirV'S TUC TIIRTI F o-WsS -iit.NKiiiTi nt lutiiLL, pssgr NKXT VKUNKHpY, MIJ.I". Fll'l.blts lUaifiT DEWEY , I-uropraii Sonsiifioii llmicsijiiersl lluatie. Carl Daiiiauu Troupe, htliison A. Melton, 1 Htli st. i and others. Ureal No wltie. Mut.To-ilay. HERALD SQUARE irv,,,1 The Talk of the Timn, "THAT MAN." Jan. ill JAMKS A. HKItNi: in Ills new lda lllVINO II.UK TIII'.VTRK -Tcvnlcht; by reoiieat J 'iliinii prlira'. "Yilinliii Tell" Hat. Mat. uml Kit-., last pcifornuuurtof 'Dd.Krhe." HIIKTIO A IIAIIM'.M Mats Wed. A hif llaTTLo'. hKAMO.Vtt Muni, H,. Uli he.lia, (rtereil) r.O'. KKl'lNKIl VAUliKVll.l.K hj'K. ill, FKVIUHI.". nOLUMBIIS lN' " w"1' Mi.n, Tiles, Wed., i , if . .. 111K "'tKrrii:i:US. ihms.. Iri. The liyll Ujc. Bat,, TUK VXYiH or 11IUOOM; i vVcstl4St C9 "RELIABLE" p CARPETS SPECIAL SMYRNA HALL RUGS. 2.Gx 9 ft $5.50 3 x 9 ft 6.60 3 xl2 ft 8.00 8 xl5 ft 9.60 former prices $8.00 to 15.00.) All copies of flno Orientals. Full, rich color combinations browns, old rotlo. golden hues, Rrcon9 all tho har monies of autumn follnRO. "Lone Credit " solves ovory furnish ing problem. CASH on CREDIT - (OWPERTHWAIT . 104-106 and 108 West 14 SL NEAR 6?AV. ProoMvn Stores: Ffatbush Av. near Rilton St. Shiny Shoos at Modest Prices. l'ntcnt licntlicr (IJut- f . Patent Lcntlicr 3t I (Lace) .... 2.07 5 rXr J fLJ Knamcl (Iiiicc) Ru rf;itJ-j ftrlfii V. Slanurac- j Sw"' turcrs aJhg MENS Samples at f J ' ,fP CI 2.30. i.. (r3''r nvt1" Tho leathers am Winter Itnssct. Boi Calf, and Knaniel, eholco atj les, neaily every sire, and north f 4.00. Wintrr Hcsom. viItGiIlivi, Ml'KIlVGS. Opnn nil tho j-enr. 2,r.00 tret rlpvatlnn on thn cnnsAPj;AKi: and oiiio kaiivay Kitdiflon t(t llifl NEW HOMESTEAD. conlalnliiKono liuudrcd additional suites of rooms, with nrhalo baths, ready forthn enrlj-s)rinc season. Hottland listhhousn now under ono roof. Most curatho b.iths known for rheuniatlani, cout and nmoiiH tnuihles. I'.icry tatli from ilowlne sinlngsof nstunil hot water. .. , ,..c (iiu.v M.Mb am) wi:i.iKi:rT okki:ns. l'lno llerj- and niaciilucrnl liuiiinialnMirrouiidlncs. l'ullumii I'liiiiiiailiiitiit cur New Vnrlt tn Hot RliiiiiBH without rliainto Tursdais. Tlnirsdaja nml hatnrdajs. Hooka ill Fred SUioucld's, MttlMliolltan lm ll.Iinvr. MhiIIhoii Siiuare. Kxriirslon tickets ami I'lillman rccnations at riiesni ako and Ohio oUice. ii2 and ia'J3 Broad way, and ottipes lMinsylialiia It. It. C'elohratcd IlealliiBSiirtnuawalcronsaloliyll. A. Cussiibecr, Tl'd st. and (.'oliiniliiis iiv. 1'llKl) hTIUUlV, Manaaer, IIotDvrltius, llalli county. Va. NEW JERSEY. GRIP IS UNKNOWN AT LAKEW00D, N. J. THE LAKEWOOD HOTEL, in tho heart of the Holt n1 Pines of Southern Ncw Jersey, is tho most luxurious winter n sort hotel in the l.Ml. .vati:k ri'in: ami i:i.i:rTi:io haths uni:qi'ai,i,i;d AXYvm:r.i:. On-thirl mile him i arlois Vodrrn in rontmr. tion and equipment; lieaiitiful iirniite linlhs. Kolf; side ndid roads; all sjiorts. air mild, lint always ex hilaratlni;; a 1'aradHe for stroni; and weak. T. P. HILLECK. Iei.fcc, I-akcwood. X. J. 3?urrhii.r ami (Sxchannc. i ii rvjf,ir mi:ta i.. Hae lr.u any OI.lI,l'I),nitS4. rorPKIt. ZINC, i'i. ir.it. ii: i.iiaii, oi.ii 'iypk, iii.Koir.oTypi:, STI'ItlHIl YPi:. Ol.ll liOUKb, Ac. hl.Nl) A ro.Sl'AI. CAllIlnuil 1 mil rail. UOltNSTUN, 1UU William si., near Frankfort st. atntcltf.3 ami 3) ctveirtj. "YVKKKIA PAYMKNIH.-rino diamonds, wstrhes; 'i no irssh. Walrh hupply Co., Tlirco Maiden lauo, v x'lu r.l. Ooods cuaruutCLd. gost Offirr lotkc. nosT orricc notice. (Should be rrid DAILY by all Interested as ehaneos mil oceurat any time.) roreimi malls for the week rndinc Jan. 2. lMI!. will Chun U'ltOMl'TI.Y ill all cnsesl at tho General lnt OflU'0 as fullow"; PAItCKI.b POS 1' M I1.H ilosa ono hour eailler thsu eloinir tlnm shown below, TIlANSVrHNTIU AIAILH. SATt'UDAy. At t A. M lor IXltOI'i:. per sto.im. fhiii Uimimnia'1, ia yueeiislowii dttleri for 1'rnlliT, hwllriTlalid. Ilalv. Spam. Po-tusal. Tur ko, IVypt and 1 ntlsh India must be dlrerted 'per i ampanla"!. at 7 A. M for THANOK, HWrmitMXW, 1TM.V, bpmn, poiciioai.. TfllKKV. IXiylT and 1IH1T1MH INDIA, per stejuisliip 1a Nonnendlf, ia Havio (leilcrs for other parts of Kurope must bo directed "per I.a Xorinandio"): at H A. M. for Ni.I'llr.lU.ANDS direct, j er aleamshln Maten dam, ia HotUnlam delUrs must ie di-n-rtnl "per Huti mlain"i; nt A. M. for KT.lt OIPM dlreet, per stcamslilp Itnlu. ia Antwerp (lutein must bo directed "per Italia "i; at MA. M. for ITVI.Y, per steamship Kulser Willinlm II,, t NjpIih ilelti rs must ho dliei tul "mr Kaiser Wilhelm II.' ). at in A. M.ftirhCOriASDiilrwt, Ier steainshiii Kthiopli, ia llat:ow (lttterd mubt be due. led "er Ethiopia "). PHINTEI) M4.TTnn, Ac.-Oorman steamers sall lliK on 'lip'Mlays take Printed Matter. .e.. for Ocnnauy. and Kpcciallj Addnred Piinted Mat tel, e., for other parts of Europe. Aniorleau ami Whlto Htar hti itinera on Wi duepdavs, dei man sti nnif rs on Thursdays, aipl Cuu.ird, l'reuoh ami Oermau steamers on haturdaja tako liriuted Matter, Ac., fur all countries fur which they aro adit rtiscd to carry mail. After tho eloslm; of thu Bunplemenlarr Transat lantic Malls mined above, additional supplementary mails aro opened mi the piers of tho Amiriean, Eng lish, Trench snd Herman steamers, and remain open until within Ten Minutes of the hour of sailing of steamer. MAILS F01t SOUTH AND Cr.NTIUI, AMEH1CA, Wi:sT 1NUIPX. A-c SATURDAY. At 8 A. 51. for llEUMUDA, por steam shliiTilnlihid: at In A.M. (supplcim niary 10:.'IO A.M)forl'01tTi;Ni:iSIAM), JAMAICA. BAVA N1I.I.A andCAItl'UAUENA, per Fteamshlp Adi rondack (letters for Cwa ltlea must bo directed "per Adirondack "is at 10:30 A. M. fur Cuba, prr tteamshlp City of Wasbliieton, lia Haiana (litters must be ditrcted "jier City uf Washlnc tun "r, at II A. M. (snpplonientary II '.in A.M.I for Poitro 11IOO, l.i Man .loan, VENEZUELA snd('l'llAl'0, also SAVANILLA and t'AKTIU (IKNA, ia Ciiruciu, per Hleamshln Philadelphia; at I P. M. iBiiiiiileiiifiitarv I !H P. M.i fur KT. DOMI.NOO and TI'llKS ISLAND, per t-teamshlii New Yuiki lit 3 P. Al. for JAMUC and OM'K (111 ACI At. per steamshl AnUndhii (letters for llelle. Puert'i ("ortc7 and UuatemaU must ba dlrcUed " perArdaudhu"), Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North Sydney, ami thence by steamer, closo at this ofllindslly st h.Jto p. M., coiiuictiui; doso hem oierv Mon day, Widtiisduyaiitli.iturdto . Mails for Mlipie lou, by rail to Itoslnii, and thence by steamer, closo at IhlsolIlrodallvBt H;SO P. M. Malls for Cuba, by rail to port Tampa, I'la , and tin nee by steamer, cluso at this olhco daily (exiept Mon day i at 17 A, M , loumrliutr dosia lure eary Sunday. Wednesday aud l'rlday. Mails forCuba, by 1 all to Miami, l'la., and thence by steamer, 1 1 -o ,.t this otlleo eiry Monday, Tuesday and K.i llrdav nt fi ,'KI A, M., eoutl.i ilm: i losi s heiu fury Tuesday uml Saturday. Malls fur Muxli o City, merlaud, unless spei tally addressed for dispatch by steauur, tlne at this nlucndall) at 1 .1(1 A M mid -i 30 P. M. t Ilei;ltered mall i Ii sea at it P. M. previous day. I llculstcied mall closes at 0 P. M second dav before. 'lllANSPACU'IO MAILS. Msllsforriilni and Japan, ier stiaiiKhlp Etnpreai of Ohlni (from Vain oilier', cluso here dally up In I'll). ISO at (l.lio P.M. Malls for the society Islands, pi r ship Clti nf Papelti (from San l'ran-rlsi-oi, close hi re d ul) up to Jan, y." at (1:3(1 P. M, Mulls fur I'iiliui, Jiiuu and Hawaii, per steam ship City nf lllo Janilm irmni Han 1 rnnclsciO. ( loan hi re dally up to .Mil 27 at (1:30 P, M, Mulls for Hawaii, per steamship .tilmlla ifruni Ban 1 raiulseoi, duso hero dally up to l'eb, 2 at ii. .'in P. M. X alls for Austiullu except Wist Aus tralia!, New Zealand, llanall mid I'ijl Islands, pei stiainshlt) Aorancl ttruui Vaiieomeri, clusu hrredall) nfterJnu l-'l uml up to l'eb, L'at (I. KO P M. Mails for China and Japan. perMiauishlp I'Ulumbiu ifroui Tin ulnni cluuo huedalh up in I'ch til at (I '10 P, M. Mails for Austialta (except Ihuae for Wiat Australia, wh.eh are ruriianled ihi Euroroi, Ncw Zialuud, Hawaii, I'ijl ami "amuau lland, per steamship Moana (fr mi Han 1 rsiieiscoi, iloso hero dally after I'eli. 'i at 7 A. M . 1 1 A M . and d an p. M , final rloslnu on arrliulof steniushlp Campania, duo to lonuoct with (I 30P M.ilosi I'.li )H. Traiisimiille mail, aro forwauled tn port of sailing lull) and thes-hidiilnuf ilnalimlsurraiiited on tho presumption of their uniutumtptcd overland tran sit. (U'Utered mallrloMs at n I" M prrMouaday. COllNl'.LIUH VAN COT1', Postmaster, ruitfllce. New York, N. V., Jau. 2Z, IMW, I , West Fourti FRIDAg, AS CISCIA Every week, from day to day, v that have not sold as rapidly as wc and still In fashion, we reduce to p day Is the day reduction first Is ma price, we sell a3 many of a lot of goo ABOVE ANNOUNeEl many years ago has sine Offerings Are Realh sueeE.ss o Is due to faithful ful i There are thoso who' claim orlgi pretending to follow SOME FOLKS PILLOW CASES To-dar 54x.)OHIcssthan Muslin yard price) 10 4Gx30-Utlca-br yard 12.' cents) lOM SHEETINGS Heavy, reliablo To-dny Hleacliod-2; yards irldo 1BV Meachcd 2.1 yards vcldo I- MUSLINS To-dnr Itleaohedand Unbleached yd. wide J-1. Dwlcht Anchor Bleached ? FLANNELS To-tlay Heavy Unbleaoliert Cantons ? White 'ft'ool-SIlk Kmb'd 30 COMFORTABLES To-day Taney Sllk-llned rialn or odeed with zeuhyr extra laminated cotton 1.45 TABLE COVERS To-day Wnshablo-2 to .1 yds lone-knotted frlnco-recularly.08 to 1.50 TO Turkey Kcd and Green 2 yards 09 TABLE LIN ENS-by yard To-day AU Linen Gorman Damask 72 Inch 30 Ex. Heavy Satin Damask 03 to 72 Inch .50 ALL LINEN NAPKINS To-day Half-dozen lots subject to Manufac turers' Imperfections-two sizes.. 40 tq 1.03 TOWELLINGS To-day All Linen 18 Inch-double border. 1)1 lirown Twill and AU Linen-Chock Glass tiii LACE CURTAINS To-day Scotch Laco-300 Stylos 54 to 00 Inoh.. 1.40 Tolnt D' Paris and Irish Tolnt 2 and Spalrlols; were $0.00 to $12.00 6.08 VELOURS To-day Titian and Flax Vclnurs-slnelo nnd double face-value $1.50 and $2.00 08 COUCH COVERS To-day Huverslblo Tapestry; were $3.09 1.08 Oriental Tapestry frlneed all around.. 2.08 UPHOLSTERY FRINGES To-day l'ancy Cotton Curtain Edgings 2K All WoolKuc Frinceer.. ,10 RUGS To-day 300 Itoverslble Turanians 5 ft lone 08 Whlto and Gray Goatskins 2 yds lone.. 1,08 TRIMMINGS To-day Black Silk Fleatlnc-slmp headln& also Chonlllo and Spanelod Trimmings .15 EMBROIDERIES To-day Cambrlo and Nainsook H to 2 Inch O StroncCambrio-3to81nch-50 Btyles .12K HANDKERCHIEFS To-dny Ladles' Emb'd-20 styles 7 Ladles' All Llncn-H. S.-K to lJUneh.. 0 RIBBONS To-day Black Doublo Taeo Satln-fl Inch 20 2K Inch Molro TnlTetas nnd 3 Inch Satin andGros Grains 10 HOSIERS To-day Ladlos' and Children's Cotton Hose fast black double knees and solos,. . .12 UNDERWEAR To-day Ladles' Bibbed Cotton vests-silk ribbon run lone nnd short sleeves. . . .10 LADIES' SKIRTS To-day Tnit Black J5atoon, also Fancy Metalllo stripes deop rufflo-oordod,. 1,20 MEN'S WEAR To-day Dress Shlrts-cood muslin well made. .27 Nlcht Shirts fast color cmb'y 24 Natural Morlno Halt Hose nil sizes Viii UMBRELLAS To-day 20 Inch Gloria Natural wood liandlos stool rod aso to match..., 00 GLOVES To-day Ladles' 2 clasp Kid street shades 00 Ladles' 5 hook Fostor I.nclnc , 70 TRUNKS AND BAGS To-day Short trip TrunkB-Vlctor lock 1.00 Loathor Satchels 17 Inoh 70 LEATHER BELTS To-day Velvet, Allleator and Grain leather, lcather,cllt or oxidized buckles 25 STATIONERY To-day Cabinets contalninc 4 quires , 30 New hIzo whlto and col'd box , 0 OPTICALS To-day Alumnleo Kroclasses and Specs 50 Il-lr.eh lleadlni; Glasses with handle... .87 HOUSE BRUSHES To-dny HalrDust Brushes 5row-value. 12.,,. fl Floor Scrubs-solid backs 5 L AU as inherited , , Ushers -.i. - .-j. j-s..J-ni i,.osi .,utsrJLs.,is,lAa(ujj jV. tenth Street. :l, Bargain DAg. wz look around to find those things : would wish . . . Such, while new irlce that never falls to sell i . Fri ide 0fttime3 In an hour, so low the ids as have been sold in days before. MENT MADE By US :e been strictlv observed. ties, Not Pretences; )F THE DA: IMrmnt of promises. Inallty whose Best Efforts are la us and our methods. AVE NO SHAME. FANea PLISSE SILKS To-day 24 inches wide with bayadere stripes in lace effects cost doublo to make,,. ,20 NEW LIBERTg SATINS To-day Navy with whlto fleuros or rolka spots 10 styles 33 BLACK DRESS SILKS To-dny Taffetas. Satin and Silk Brocades, Bayaderes and 2 1 inch FIc'd Indlas 4ft COLORED DRESS GOODS To-dny 30 stylos nnd colors earlier 23 to 49 10 44 Inch Wool Two Tonos best colors 29 SCOTCH CHEVIOTS To-day Very stylish colorlnes 50 Inches wide true value 1.30 to 1.75 08 LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES To-day Good Muslin 2 Inscrtlncs emb'd ruffle .40 Cambric and Muslin 20 fancy stylos 03 DRAWERS To-day Good Muslin ruffle of solid emb'y..,.. .20 Ex. quality with lace or emb'y 0 CORSET COVERS To-day Cambric V of wide cmb'y 18 Fine Cambric lace or emb'y 15 styles. .30 BABIES FINE DRESSES To-day Short beautifully trlm'd ; value $2 1.40 Lone Laco nnd Emb'y Insertlnes 1.03 GIRLS' CLOTH REEFERS To-day 8 stylos were $8.00 and $7.00 308 Handsome Military effects satin lined. 5.03 Many of the latter cost double. LADIES' CLOTH ULSTERS To-day Tan. Navy and Black Kersey satin lined to waist value 18.00 10.03 LADIES' CLOTH JACKETS To-day Kersey-colors nnd black satin lined.. 5.08 Persian nnd Tlaln Cloth satin lined.... 3.03 Intrinsic value $0.00 and $12.00 LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS To-day Bough Plaid now circular shape 4.03 Black and Col'd Sprlne flounce, circular and eoro 15 styles 2.08 LADIES' SILK WAISTS To-day Boneallne. Satin and Velvet all new... 4.03 Black Taffota. Satin nnd Velvet full corded or tuckod latest shapes.. 3.03 DOUBLE BREAST SUITS To-day AU Wool Dark Gray Cheviot-odd sizes., .03 All Wool Brown Cheviot odd sizes 1 40 Tino Mixtures and I'lalds-worth $5.00. 2.03 BOYS' REEFERS To-day All Wool Chlnchllla-sallor collars Braid trim-3 to 8 yrs 1.08 and 2.03 Ulster and Volvot Collars 7 to 10 yrs. . 3.03 BOYS' KNEE PANTS-4 to 15 To-day All Wool Chovlot-50 cent quality 20 Extra cood stylos 75 oont quality 4!) MILLIMERU. To-d.y Balance ot 08 cent French Felt nnt 20 Ostrich Plumes nnd Tips 3 In bunch... .49 Violet Bunches, Whlto and Purple 12Y LACES To-day Black La Tosca Nets-lV yds wide 40 Trlmralnjr Laces 2 td 0 Inch 5 NECKWEAR To-dny run. Tocks nnd Foiir-ln-ITnnds 24 Ladles' Silk Btocks-fanoy Liberty bow. .49 rURS To-day Alaska Sable Scarfs-10 tails 2 heads.. 00S Black Astrakhan Muffs; value $3.00.... 103 JEWELRtJ To-day Stcrllne Chain Bracelet", with locks.. -A" Cyrano Chalns-f'cy Bead or Boiled Gold -W CUTLER9 lo-day Fine Steel Steak Carvors-8 Inch W Scallop Edge Knives set of 3 not the cheap kind , 14 ART EMBROIDERIES To-dar Whlto Laundry BaKS-omb'd In colors . .21 I JapanesoSilkLainbroqulns-goldfrab'd 120 TOILET S0AP3 ' To-day Vlolotto-Box of three lr Whlto Cftstlle-:i, pound bar 21 NOTIONS To.dj Bubbernnd Stockinet Shields-No. 3. . " Improvod II. A. i:.-l)l'k .t Whlto.. card . 2 Velveteen Illndlnd 5 yds , I1' BuBtlne Cotton dozen spools 12 yvlll glre e rcry desired Information . i