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H3 10 THE Sutt, THURSDAY. MARGJ P, 1890. .
B Children's Shoes
Hfi A Corollary to the Shoe Sale
Htn ""UR recent and present shoe selling has attained monumental propor-
HbpW -J tions in the eyes of those watchful and alert people, the shoemakers
jHraft J and factors. Eyes eager for large
HBy) . Jvf outlets have been fixed hungrily upon
'tUT' I 2&J4? &? our selling, and lot after lot of shoes
IHh'i , rli' i vl cen erc us at P"ccs that
HK kv4 I vr) werc tcmPt'nB an delusive.
II8IH ( fiwyrQi Fortunately for you, we look at
MBf1'" mmmOT other gs than the prices, and very
ywflh SkJl r7v5? ''e tlcse Bds have been ad-
SiobI liaiZT mitted to our stock, because they
IB 2I 77 I MVl fo failed to measure up to our standards.
; HUH! ' l m' "li" ut c ac ay e best-known
9MB' ' I (y T) maker of Children's Shoes in all
:Bfl v America made his offer. There was
IIK no question about quality this time, better children's shoes than his are not
jfll' made, because he makes them just as well as they can be made. We accepted
ASH this offer and here's the result. Qualities, as stated above, are best. As to
SeeSaW prices, judge for yourself, they follow:
ciHH': THIRTY-FIVE CENTS A FAIR kid and sols Icathsr tips, stout solos oteood
HI: "lSg?W kU" ,Cath" "lo-bultn sh' NINETYaCErNTS A8PA1RK-
MHrH FORTY-FIVE CENTS A PAIR For small boys and Blrls: doneola. smooth
MavHatlfl niiMmn'a hlnnl- tM tnriiml leather sols Boat, lambeau calf: mood ana buttoned:
WmM tt-n sho&Vim &" hceTsTVirol? 5 tlof solo, patent leather and Kid: solid
1HLD' SIXTY CENTS A PAIR 0NE DOLLAR A PAIR
iflHSSB- Tinh i,nA of tun klil with fan or vestlntr Stronc shoas for sturdy small .boys: made
fMtf SS, lMtnor Rotes no heels alios 'to 0 with brad le "" ful1 t0 ko " mnn'
HBH ovrvVrlft JJS&5S? i 5 a?t ' hx : thick solos and sprlne hools : donitola
' IBill'- SEVENTY CENTS A PAIR npat. box en tan Hussfa rail: sizes 0 to 13K.
Q Chlldren'ssho8ottankld.wltlivestln(:tops: ONE-TWENTY-FIVE A PAIR
In ;OTr i'jli.? pii5SiS?'! ; i'J? 10 a Box' l'"cs. both tan and black, with heels
MM iM' EIGHTY CENTS A PAIR andsprlna hoels; sizes tn tan. 0 to 2: In
1HB !' Black kid and doncola. with patent loather. black, la to 2: extra eood values.
laiiilJ The selling of Men's Shoes in the basement, at $1, $1.80 and $2,
HI ' aa of Women's Shoes, in the shoe store, main floor, at $1.50 and
nH i $1.70, continues.
law i H '
I'BII W n r. c A new mark in
III1! cnftUm5SW! the PrBrels o
813(1' S,,k and Net the ready -t o-
131 I! wcar costume toward perfection is
i i I reached in these arrivals of yesterday.
I B' Words won't tell how handsome
Hi i 1' and effective they are, of course.
WllliS' Gowns like these do not admit of
' adequate description. But they are
fl) new, and they are exquisitely pretty
I and they are rigidly exclusive, in
most of them but one of a kind,
I so you will doubtless come in and
I see them.
sgj j jr Here's a little about them, given
IS II ip- more for the price-information than
H 'jljs anything else:
if ii Of silks, from $23 50 to $72: tho $72. of Kou-
f ' ; If lard, robin's ess blue, ith white oolkn dot
B ' '1 It in a regular pattern ; waist nt wh!t Mous-
'iiir sellne de Bole overwhtto taffeta: over this
;Mlt a lattlco work Bolero jacket of narrow blsok
lK vehet ribbon, with edeliiR of l&co: skirt
"B ttf St trimming, ruffles of material, edged with
iBK lilli narrow black laco . . ,
Wt 'tlltl; Hot dresoou at $80. $84. $00 and $130. At
!H mri: $00, of larsomesh net over black taffeta:
H fl IH waist made with transparent sleeve and
H JIs1 trimmed with shirred satin ribbon and
''! II' chantilly lace: blue velvet choker; skirt
' ijBJB fmm has ovar-drarerr, edeed with obantltly : un-
- flMtn. derakirt of accordion plaited net. trimmed
KSB' with satin ribbon.
VBH Dccoad floor, Brcadwy.
BsV PhBf
BwlH' H eat and pretty gar-
'HB1 nOUSe ments tasteful and
! Hi Uresses g00d enough for looks,
Hl cheap enough to work in. A new
Hf line has just come for a short stay
ljHB; At $1 Of llcht colored percales: double
,iaBIBBII pointed yoko back and front: plaited back
1 ,iOVRBb and full front; yoke and collar trimmed
iIBhBBi with neat wash braid.
bIBKBL 'At $1.26 Of blue and pink cheeked percalo:
W ) round yoko baok and front : pull-in at waist
Half, . on belt: turn-ovor collar.
' SHHaVB At $1.50- Of nent striped percales : yoke back
imllBBBL and front, with plaits from yoko to waist;
l9B!m9H collar, yoke, plaita and sleeves trimmed
UllBjl with white cordlnnr.
1XH BBB At $1.75 Of solid colored bluo or piuk cham-
. Hfl PraTt ful1 front, with four rows of white
IflHBl BBBJ braid from neck to waist: round yoko
'! back, with plaltn to waist: collar, yoko and
'nHaB' sleeves also braid trlmmod ; full skirt.
!Sfl- A Sale Of Odd lots and
S1 ' Odd Lots of brokefn s,zes m
TiT corset covers,
VH:; Corset Covers debris from th;
HH heaviest selling any store has ever
Hf known. Just exactly the kind of
fHl picking that pleases tasteful people
H and slender purses, for the very best
H things become the very cheapest.
iIHK Almost all kinds are here in the
HS beginning, but you must remember
',H th31 yu must piek for your style and
Hw size. There are plenty, you'll not
HH- bave to hunt long.
IHl At 12c, styles that were 18c.
't, At 18c, styles that were 25c. to 35c
IHH'i At 25c- !lJIes tiat wcre 50c- ( 65c-
T At 50c, styles that were 75c to $1.
HBU At 75c, styles that were $1.25 to $2.75.
IHHs Cscond floor, Fourth sveauc.
'm A Handkerchief gdkerchi"?
'tWmkmj: nint Store, with an-
4,H; other tid-bit for handkerchief hunt-
!Hir ers Women's handkerchiefs, this
'JR time, and just the sorts that women
H seem to like best, the neat, narrow-
Hb' hem kinds, hemstitched, very fine
9B and sheer, with a small, daintily
ijjm: worked script initial.
flHmV) Twee linen, of course, and fairly
IHB;', worth a half more than we ask for
IH Two for a Quarter.
IttHl Only 300 dozen of them. They
HHl ue on handkerchief counters, in the
1 HHf' a'n Aisle, this morning, but they'll
BsflH''4 not be there to-morrow.
House e. Hu?e Fur"
, v, . nishing Sale goes
Furnishings brisklJ on.
are a few details that you will prob
ably find useful in making up your
list of the things you need:
Clothes Horses, 5 ft, 4 fold. 50a.
Wooden Spoons. 2e.
Japanned Tea and Coffee Canisters, 3 It., Co.,
from 12e. : 41b.. 8c, from 13c.
Towel Arms. 3 arms. 4o.. from 8c.
Potato Mashers, stronc: wire, 5c.; should be
lOo.
Japanned Toilet Jars, 50e.
Clothes Props, 5c.
Wire Coat Iiancers. 6c. doz.
Dust Urushes, 10c Dnst Pans, 10c.
Pearl Agate. Tea and Coffee Pots, assorted
colors, holdtns. 2 to 0 pints. 35c. to $1.75
each. One-third less than regular price.
Oak Foot Htoola. covered, 38c, from 75e.
Gray Enameled Trays, lu in , 15c.
Duament.
A Mnn's Made o a fine-
ivian s soft black chevIot
Spring Suit al,.wool, 0'f
course; cut to hang right and fit
right, with all the tailor's finest
touches ; coat a double-breasted sack,
faced with satin. Undoubtedly ex
actly the sort of suit that haif the
men who read this had planned for
their Spring wearing.
How much did you expect to
pay? This suit will cost you $15
bought anywhere else. It's one of
our Spring leaders, at
Twelve Dollars.
Second floor, Fourth avenue.
A Very Important L
Sale of Books o the
tent and power of our Book Store.
Read over what follows, and you will
get some even larger ideas.
The list is meagreness itself, and
does not give even a faint idea of
the entire variety. You will note
that these are all good books, and
all recent editions. Just for eco
nomical information we mention in
each case the original publisher's
price:
FICTION
One of the Buvans. Mrs. Robert Jocelyn.
Published at $1. Our price. 20c.
Taynton Jacks, Gentleman. Marian Bower.
Published at $1. Our price. 25e.
Stanley Huntington. Sydney J. Wilson. Pub
lished at $1.25. Our price. 15q.
TheFaJlofttBtar. Sir WIlllamMaBnay. Pub
lished at J1.25. Our price. 20c.
Aljda Crate. Paulino Kin. Published nt
$1.26. Our price, loo.
Revolution In Tanner's Lane. Mark Iluther
ford. Pubilshod at $1. Our price. 10c.
Autobiography of Mark Ituthorford. Pub-
. llshod at SI. Our price. 10c
A Mad Madonna. L.C, Whltelock, Published
at$I. Our price. 35c
Th,e JiP81-.0" ii0?,118' Jlobert W. Chambers.
Published at $1.50. Our price, 50c
MISCELLANEOUS
History of the United States. Edward E.
Hale. Pnbllshod at $1. Our priqe. 35e.
Skotches from Ensllsh History. Selected by
Arthur M. Wheeler. Published at $1. Our
price. 25c.
Pictures from English History. Seleotedby
Coleman E. Bishop. Published at (1. Our
jprlce, 25o.
Memoirs of Prince de Jolnvllle. Translated
b7i?!il Mary Loyd. .Illustrated. Published
.at $3.20. Our price. 35c.
Letters of the Earl of Chesterfield. Edited.
with Introduction and notes, by John Brad-
shaw. 3 vols. Published at $5, Our price,
A Dlct'lonary of Thoughts. By Tnroa Ed
wards. 8 vols. Published at W.00. Our
price, 85o
, back. Published at $2.50. Our price. 75e.
A Dictionary of Mtracles By E. Cbbhsm
Brewer. Leather back. Published at $2.50.
Our price, 7Bo.
The Art of Controversy. A. Schopenhauer.
Translatejl By T. Bailey Saunders. Pub
lished at $1. Our price, 20c.
The Book Btore. Ninth street.
The"Krell"and 'Z T
R.ya.P.anos 5
for these instruments. Full details
concerning them and our methods
of selling them will be published by-and-by.
Meanwhile, if you are
piano-hunting, investigate.
M JOHN WAWAMAKER
!B, Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave.. 9th and 10th sts.
J bH gujsiiic Jgmonnljit. Gxtumovu.
mmMwt oun kxiiiiution huildino CiPrmK2-ftJ- .?..U!?' Jw Thur-
IHH! , , , .; ...... ' BuBdsyt, hire COc, 31st it., E. IU, 7:38; Uitterr.
HBiBH' Utwttn February 1.1 and Uarob IS 8 0S. A1a KOa rKlt
1W' will b open to tlie pcbliu for our Au ""'""
IMIH rinsTBVui annual bale or '
jwiliHI: GUAM) HAI'IDS FUnMlTUItK. II Bill P
I'tUBMil' Beproiuctlon of Old Dutch, OoloiUl and Cblu- UAIII I" lui tud ohm
l B odl. In Fltmlib, old otk and uiabuKsny. fl ft II LC 111 TtlB SUN,
iHHAHS Jteantie teak room.,
Hi. Uindi.a.9oU. HO'WKST 125TII ST
MBal Tb old Dutch "8TUBE." Rlillinil
ill -z "jwssiAtS0-' BRANCH. "at.
Mafl ' salaaU from Broadway, WlirilUIII
XitnTndtUuK
The Habit of
Cold Catching
is gradually conquered where
tho skin is unhindered from per
forming its natural functions. It
is far more capable of protecting
the body than wo havo believed,
and extra protection has actually
weakened it and made it sensi
tive to all mnnner of troubles
arising from colds.
Delmel Linen-Mesh
Undergarments
will correct all this, beginning
as soon as the garments are first
gut on and continuing the bene
cial work till tho skin is re
stored to its natural vigor.
Further information and tho
goods at
"THE LINEN STORE."
James McCutcheon&Co.,
U Wcit 23d St., New York.
lw.V-00U0lA9 BHOtcog
g BOYS WEAR OUR I2.B0 SHOES. a
I Don't pay $5.00 to $7.00 forfir
I your shoes. Our $U.S0 shoesj'
iaro Just as good. n
B Indorsed by over l.OOO.OOOj'
H wearers. The largest uiakersy
Band retailers of $XS0 shoes jf'
H V.r. 121l.l.')nrodir43Cnrt.y
ftltniil St., T4.2aa3J Ar.:i VI. ff
liSth St. JUKli A. .Ill Fulton ff
'ABrUvn roa,;i0.13C7Il Amy ff
VI 411 Fulton St.. 4M5lh Are. f
yr an, io XtwukAr
PATENT LEATHERS
2.97 Pair.
NEW FliAT LAST (Button Shoes),
Worth 5.00.
A Catherine of Smart Rprlnc Styles from
the beat factories In America,
Wax Calf (extension sole) 2.91
SprlneKussetlhandvrqlt) 2.073.08
Patent Leather (for full dress) -l.QH
English Enamel (extension) 2.07 3.Q8
t Siauofortw, (Drontw, Sc.
WEBEIR
PIANO WAREROORflS,
COR. FIFTU AVK. ANI SIXTKK.VTII hT.
Wo hate again accumulated a number of allEbtlr
uaedand aecond-band planoa of well-known mainri.
which hare been taken In eichanice for new Weber
Pianoa. The Public hu learned to uaderatand that
such an announcement from ua meana another op
portunity to secure a piano at phenomenal srlcea
and eaajr tcrma If deatred. Theae luitrnmenu, In
elndlns aome New Weber Planoa which are not ltated
In our preaent catalocue, will be aold at prlcea which
purcbaaers of the highcat trade planoa will appre
ciate. 1MBPECTION INVITED. OOBBESPONDENCE BO
IJ CITED.
WEBER WAREROOMS,
nrni ave. and sixteenth at.
STEINWAY & SONS
NO. 100 . JaTH STRKET,
Have always on band a lance atook of
NKCONI1-IIANIJ 1'IANOH
Of almoat erery make, tbelr own Included, taken In
exchange for new Stelnway planoa. Tneae Inatru
menta are In good order, having been thoroughly re
paired by u, and they are offered at loweat poaalble
prlcea.
Wllmiire of lingua Btelnway Planoa.
THE
mtADBUIlY PIAIVO
New Warerooma
1 6TU AV COIt. 10TU ST.
Among our magnificent new stock we bars a few
Elanoa of varloua makea wblob were not dlapoaed of
our removal ,ale. These will be offered while
they laat at rldlculonalr low prlcea.
WALTElt Z. HOLMEfl. Mgr. If. 0. SMITH. Mfr.
roputAn i'eask riANos,
lou Weat J at , Juit weat of Hlh ar.
Direct from manufacturer at prloea that defy com
petition, on terma of eauy mnutbly payiuenta, which
place our piano o well within your reach that you
cannot afford to be without a piano. Eiceptlunal
bargalna In uaed planoa from 376 up: an unusual
bargain. Iir.o, taken In exchange for Pecae piano.
Call or write for catalogue.
Planoa tuned, rented and exchanged.
ALMOST NEW upright planoTfor tale, with itool.
PELL, lia Weat 185th at.
BEAUTlfllLnew upright planoa. $135; Ilaxdwick,
sacrifice. WINTKllitOTU. lOi Kant 14th at.
branch, ll Bth ay.
BABOAINH, Iteduced prlcea in upright planoa;
Ohlckerlns grand, (160i eaay paymenta.
OllltlSTMAN. mKait Hthjit.
nfll I '0 "IIWU OltADS" OUAND and OPniOHT
U JLLo PIANOS HOLD oc HKNTED at a Ileaeon
abfelTlICK. JACOn UOLU Mfr.. He P1PTH AVE.
LAIIOKBIZEOPKIOUT PIANO, with luandoiln at
taehment! rent J, auo aold on eaar monthly
payment WE8EB iHt08.' factory, caJVeat'l at.
L AltOE ktaortment,'allghtlr uaed. SAO to" SUA;
rant t8: email Inatalltueuta. OUVItlEU UKOU
13Kaat Hth at. '
RELUI1LK Connor l'Ltuoa Eatab. 1B77. High
grade. Medium price. Kur terma. Beating:
exchanging, a Eat ad at. '
UPKK1UTB UiUGAfNS RENTS SXOoT
100.00 and upward On tnaUllmenta.
. oad for caUlogue. OUllIXl.TB. lu fifth at.
WEBER, alSSi BtclDway tirtalui upright, 10
down, to monthly.
iVOOlUiABT 1 00,, 117 Eaat Ub St,
- turnip ' m-
Ribbon. .
, lOOO pieces, Plain Taffoias, light and
dark colors, nd black and white
3J and A Inches wide.
ItIolr6 TaObtasa A. and 4J Inches wide, suit
able fbr millinery or dress trlminlug: floral
and decorative purposes,
IO cents per yard.
James McCreery & Co., .
Twcnty.thlrd Street.
;; ilnnufacturlne Retailer. ;;
o
yt America's foremost designers of garments originators of
tasteful, jaunty fashions keep us supplied with new styles j
3 1 that are not shown elsewhere in New York.
i: Custom Tailoring Dept. I
' e
Tailored Suits to measure in Spring's most correct fabrics t
) ', and superior quality silk linings. t
ji $S5.2- !!
.
!
I! BROADWAY AND 12TH ST. ;
. j.
sftflgewOSvvyHwWfSaeyeyeee
SmtuJtmwts.
METnOPOUTAK OPERA HOUSR.
GRAND OPERA SEASON 1BU8 00.
Under direction of Mr. Maurice Ornn.
Laat week but 3 of the 8aaon.
Frl. Erg., March JO. at 8 riwt prodnction in
America of Mancinelu'a opera ERO E LEANDBO.
ICamea and Mantelll, Balera and Plaacon.
Hat Mat., March 11, at 2 Wagner's open. LO
HENGRIN. Nordics and Brema; Jean aruVKd. de
Reaxke, Uublmann and Blapbam
Sat. Etb.. March 11. at 8, at Pop. Price Verdi's
opera. HIQOLETTO. Sembrlcb, Bauermeiater.Bou
dez and Uaatelli; Sallguac, H. Devriea. Dufricho and
Campanari.
Sun. Ete . March 12. at 8-15 Fifteenth Sunday
Concert. Soloists: Lady Halle (her only appearance
at these coueerta) and Mme. Suzanne Adamt. MM.
Baleza, Albera and Plancon. Conductor, ManclnelU.
BEPERTOIBE FOR NEXT WEEK.
Mon. Aft, Mar. 18, nt 2 30 preclaelv. Third
cycle of Der Ring dea Mbelungen. DAB RHEIN
GOLD. Mmea. Brema, Engle, Perny. Melaallnger
and Schumann-Uelnk; SIM. van Dyck. Dlppel. Blap
ham, Muhlmann. Prlngle, Devriea. Meffert and Van
Booy. Conductor, Schalk.
Mon. Erg., Mar. 13. at 8 Oounod'e opera, 7AUBT.
Umea.EmmaEamea.Bauermelsterand Melaallnger,
MM. Jean and Ed. de Reaxke. Meux and Albera.
Tuea. Aft., Mar. 14, at 1 preclMly. Third cycle
of DerBtnadraNlbelungen. DIE WALKOBE. Mmea.
&1111 Lehmann. Bchumann-Helnk. Mautellt, Melaa
nger. Perny, Bauermelater. DJella, Molka-Kellogg.
Boudez and Marie Brema; MM. Van Drck, Prlngle
and Van Rooy. Conductor, Bcbalk.
Wed ETgy Mar. IS. at 8 Meyerboer'a opera, LES
IIUODENOTS. Mmea. Nordic. Mantelll. Bauer
meltter. BoudexandSembrlch; MM. Jean and Ed.
de Reaxke, Albera. Bars, Dufrlche, Meux, Priagle,
Plrola. Vannl and Plancnn.
N. B. No lncrraae In prlcea for thla performance.
Tbnrs. Aft.. Mar. 10, at 1 prrcieMy. Third cycle
Der Ring dea Nlbolungen. SIKQl'llIM). Mmea. L11U
Lehmann, Marie Engle, Rchumann-Uelnk: MM. Dip-
5 el, Blapham, Prlngle, Meffert and Van Booy. Con-iii-tor,
Schalk.
Friday Evg, Mar. 17, at 8 Laat time of T.H
PBOPHETE. Lllll Lehmann, Brema. Jean and Ed.
de Reazke and Plancon. Conductor, ManclnelU.
Mon. Aft., March 20 at 12:45 precl.ely. Third
cycle Der ftlne dea Nlbolungen. OOTTERDAM
MEBUNQ. Mmea. Lllll Lehmann. Ferny. Melaa
llnger. Molka-Eellogc and Bchumann-Helnk; MM.
J.'.n and Ed. de Reaike. Mnblmann and Bi.pham.
Thursday Etc, March 28 Seldl Testimonial per
formance. STEINWAY & SONS' PIAN03 PBKD.
W&vl xl year. Alwaya In EngUah. Ho artlata.
wy RIGOLETT
Er'ga 25, 50, 7G, tl. Mats. Wed. Bat. 1,100 Seats 25c.
Next Week OLIVETTE
I VniTIIM 4th t. and 23d st. At 8:10
Lflirllrn Daulel Frohman Manager
a. I ULUIII , Matineea Thursday & 8at. 2
TO-DAY AT 3. 128th Time at Last Week.
TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS.
NEXT MONDAY "AMERICANS AT HOME."
Meata for two weeks ready.
KNICKERBOCKER S5u,.t,
CsTH7'CDJri TO-NIGHT, 8 SHARP.
OUl i7ZSKV I Mat.. Wed. & Sat. 2.
in TUB KINO'S MUSKETEER.
DM SRC ",' COHTIf-UOUS J2 26c-
I HtnUL sdar. PEBFOBMANCE 1 1 P. M. 60o.
SHNNIB FALMKR, "My Sweetheart." rilAW.
OKSCA nEDUINO CO.. FOX and FOXIE.
ANGLO-AMKItlCAN JJUAltTF.T, IRUNK
VUANKI.IN, TBOLLKTTCAK TRIO. Others.
Ladles and children (afternoona), Orcheatra, 25c.
PRflRTflR'S 23d St. CONTINUOUS to80
I IIUUIUII W 36c. BOo. Performance. 10 46P.M.
IIATtHY LACV A CO. (new skstch). UAUON'fl
Dogs. ' Qneeu'a Fan" (Norelty). Fredertcka Trio,
James Richmond Olenroy. Pearl Andrews.
MTU ST lHEATRE,cor. Utnav. Mats. Wed.
I r I II O I . and Hat. Bea. orch. circle or bal , 60c.
LAST TIMK8 CUAUNCKY
LAST TIMES "T ''9
LAST TIMES VJJlldjVjF JL J.
in his beat play, A Romance of ATIILONE.
5JL a THEATRE. Broadway and 28th at.
UlAVtt ErgaB-lft Mat Sat. only at 2.
V Mrs. FISKE MAGDA.
Next Monday: Mrs Flake (7 perform an oea only)
in "LOVE FINDS THE WAY"
and "A BIT OF OLD CHELSEA."
nilVO Erajolnn at 7:4S. Matineea. 1:40.
Mate. Wed. and Saturday, 1:45.
BURTON HOLMES MATINEES
To-Day II rr 7 The Metropolis
at 11. ' "! of the Moors."
Matbewa &. mntaxo ask I Crowded
and baTB ua?l Houses
Bulger " V saoiM tk; 7 Nightly.
By tria SLS ,.. ff-i Evga 8:16,
Sad Sea &, TIUUTU dSffb- Mat.
Waves. NK' I Vif Wed. t sat,
KOSTER ":'-;: BIAL'S
ANOTHER I I B11ILI.IANT
BiAiiTUNO MlVnHF vaudeville
AU1IAY. I eTaaWWW I OKLEUBirUil.
BT (Hi C Rl would in wax.
tZ. BJ lw Estra Attractions To-Day.
..." CINKMAIOUKAI'II
MIISPP Passion Flay 3 and 9.
UlaJBHias Baartha GYPSY MU8IO
Aw 8AM T. JACK'S TIIKATHK.
CI B'WAYAND2UTHrlT, Tel. ae 38th.
IV 2 Big Bhowa Every Day, lands.
jAdfe TUB 1'KSIAl.K bTUllUNTH.
Ky A GOOD HUN FOIt YOUR MONEY.
ACADEMY OF DESIGN. 33d st. and 4th ar,
LAST TIIltEE DAYS. EXHIBITION
ABIEU10AN W ATE 11 COLOR SOCIETY.
Day and Evening. Adaileelou 26 cunts.
HARLEM I AD$J8B?OM !
OPERA HOUSE. I Inc. CIH8IE LOFTUS. I Rat. 2 16
Nett week. Jas. A. Heme In Rev. Orlfflth Davenport.
(GRAND J ON AND OFF.
OPEBA Orlrlnal Cast and Production.
HOUHB. NEXT WEEK-DELLA FOX.
mttan. MLLE.FIFI.
tOlU BOUVR MON. ItlaWaUHal I II II
STAR HcFaMen's Row oJ Flats, jit 111:
Next Waak-THE SILVER KINO Orch.SOc.
COLiUjMIjUS. taTHlHlOVEKNOn
NextWaek-THB KING OF THE OPIUM RING.
IRVING PLACE THE4TBE. Every Ere. k Bat. Mat.
" Im Welaaen Roesa'l." Friday Eve, Director Conrled
as Fraoi Moot In Bchlllir's "Uobbtrs,"irep,rriciJ
vvayyvaye7Vyyyyyeycyfsye
elttJlJJfmfdtJ.
CU B Dp THEATRE, B'way and 40th st.
" Wt lB Erenlngs, 8 20. Matinees, 2:16.
Charles Frohman Manager
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Another Empire Sucoesa.
"A DECIDED EIT."-Herald.
EMPIRE THEATRE COMPANY
. . Presenting the famous comedy,
"LORD AND LADY ALGY,"
By R. O. Carton, author of Liberty HalT"
RflRRIPK THEATRE. 35th at., near Broadway.
UHnnibR Evga, 8:10. Matinee Saturday at 2.
Charles Frohman Presenta
MRS. LE8LIE CARTER
In David Belaaco'a Version
of Pierre Barton Charles Simon's nve-aot play.
KPi. J. i&r.fK
"AN AMERICAN BERNHARDT." BUN.
MADISON SQUARE 'ggt5S5.
100TH TIME-MARCH 81-SOUVZNIRS.
Oharlea Frohman preaenta
Olllette'a Wonderful Succeaa,
BECAUSE SHE
LOVED HIM SO.
"THE LITTLE MINISTER OF FAROE."
MATINEES WEDMMDAY AND SATURDAY.
RARDTM THETRE."27th St. and Madison At.
unnutn Evenings. 8.16. Matinees, 2:15.
Charlea Frohman Manager
"APPLAUSE AND LAUGHTER." HERALD.
George H. Broadhurst'a American Play.
TMflS LAST CMAP'JTtEK.
By the author of "What Happened to Jouea."
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN.
SPORTSMEFS SHOW?,!0
GAME PARK Gam Birds. Fish and Animals.
RIFLE AND PISTOL RANGES.
TRAP RHOOIING TOURNAMENT, 11 A.M. to 6P.M.
ARTIFICIAL LAKEBwlmmlng. High Diving
and Water Palo To-Night at 8:30 sharp.
DUOUESNE VS. UNIVERSITY OF PENS.
Adm.Soc. Reserved Beau 76c. Box Seats $1.
CABNEOI! II ALL.
Poiit. LAST AFTERNOON CONCERT,
" uur Fndar. March 10, at 2:20.
Svmnhnnv LABT EvfcNINO CONCERT.
SjmpilOny Saturday. March 11, at 8:16.
Orchestra SIme. Josephine Ja'coby.
i,"JelS?'- M'- -W"""" C- Carl.0tlil
MR. EMIL PAUR, Organ.
Conductor. Rea. aeats 50o.,tl,8O. Now on .ale.
Direction VIOTOR THHANE. Knabe PUno uaed.
CARNEGIE HALL. Wed. Aft.. March 16, at .
Farewell blanchk
Song MAROHE8I.
, f . Bee.eeats.eM.60fe 81. atBoxOf.
KeCltal. rlceandatachubertb'a,2Sttnlon8i.
Direction HENRY W0LF80HS
WALLACE'S Broadway and 80th at.
iaxjxju.jrLa. KV(ra.80. Mats..2:i5,
an month.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND 8ATUBDAY.
HUMOROUSLY CONCEIVED AND SKILFULLY
ASSEP-.yS?0 u" DKYOND COMPARISON.
HOME JOURNAL.
tAh0 WHITE HORSE TAVERN,
ACADEMY ,4th.tidMpL
E. G. Gllmore k Euaene Tompxtna, Prope. ac Mora.
HE? IB BTIIX CROWDED THOUSANDS
C ftX SEE IT EVERY EVENING.
ATOiy EM EfyT.
Management Chaa. Frohman.
Mats. Wod. andBat.. 2.EVgs.,8ilS.
MURRAY & HAT."EVEnfDAY:
Entire bouse. Matinee. 26c. Bveninaa. 26c. and 50o.
UENHY V. DONNELLY SiOCIC CO.
Week. I THE SENATOR. Hon. Hannlbanuven?
WEBER & FIELDS' Muri0MKe.1tfB.::t,,
HUfiLYBUELY I n.rSSSTJ5'
At 8:20 sharp. CATHERINE
RI.OOII Evening at 8:20.
Il'waf iBOth at "" W,1' ' 8t" 2!l5'
TREMENDOUS HIT. TEJAT Saf A IvJ
CROWDED HOUSEfl. 1 I1H I ilBHTOl
?$m&&. VICTORIA. m..W..
60c. ADMISSION TO ORAND PROMENADE 60eT
nEWFY MATINEE TO-DAY.
Jr.7;.nV. RnnTnn Rtirlnniiarc o-DrienkHaTei
THEATRE. UPniUIIDUIIUSqUBISi s Nerarroe-8
E. 14th Bt. MLLE. ROSA'S ORIENTAL DANCERS.
"HO I JW. O FEIIFOUHANCES,
80 SO CENTS. ltlSO UNTIL 11 1. M.
THE 8IIIAN8' NEW COMEDY.
HALL A- 8TALEY. TOST U CLINTON.
CsCSINO ! HEOPEN8 NEXT MONDAY.
VHOIIVW i First Time of the
CLOSED THIS WEEK Sumptuous Lyrlo Tantaay.
goxom't'oPerdaJiy. IN GAY PAREE I
BROADWAY frcg&.l'. ... 11... 2.
THE TIIKEi; I and I Urondway Theatre
ItltAOOONH The I Opern Co.
Next week" The Musketeers." Beats selling now,
artnfW Uauttfl.
CEMENT, Agency wanted for American Portland
cements, aunual aalea trr largo. Addreaa
PORTLAND, box 180 Sun offlfe.
MONEY to patent good Ideaa may be secured
through nur aid. THE PATENT RECORD, Bal
tliaore. Md.
!5 I f nfll t I'OAN wanted; money to be exptnded
iJIIUiUVU in light manufacturing business; lo
cation Ntw lori cllyi plant valued at So7,iwOi busi
ness last ear SJB.OOO; hlgbe.t of references end
ttrlcleat of Investigation allowed. Full partlculara
apply MCDONALD A WIGGINS. KONaaaau.
1 O nn(ir:CAFK AND v1c LUNCHROOM
,pA)VUJ. downtown; average busineaa $H5
dally; long leaae; no Sunday, nlgbt or holiday trade)
thla Is one of the finest fitted plaoea in this cltyi sell
on easy terms, .
McDONALD ic W10GINB. lo Naassn.
CJ1 Oin-OROOERY, doing fin paying bust.
CpJ.,.JJ. nessi city ot 100,000; close to New
York; sell by Inventory: cause ssilmj. Ill health)
this Is certainly a bargain. Apply to
McDONALD WltfOINa. 140 Nassau.
' '
VOU need not wear your real pearls If yan tax
"atllSfXT.
West Fourteenth Street
Every Day, CJes, Every Hour
Brings New Spring Goods
To pur stores
As fast as they arrive, they are put on Sale thus keeping
up constant attractions and, ever increasing variety.
TO-DAQ Fine Rib Shirts
rulTTT? for Bab,es and Lltt,c ehlldn
The Following OITertnss
In "SECONDS"
TAILOR MADE COSTUMES. Slook r one ' the be,t m"fao.
turers Merlnn, Cnsliuiero nnd Silk
Examlna aualltios Note style -naif irooi, nil wool, siik-nnd-wooi
Orltloally Inspect workmanship and all silk-all open front, nil
They will stand closest sernUnr finished with silk Crochet.
for , A" sixes tip to four years
Tho Mnadr to wear" (town ot tho present YOU CA BUY
day Is a rival to any onstom-mado. At eon8 usua! ;" wt Oood,
30cents u?ual .TO cent Goods
A 9.9a....TAlX0B MADE COSTUMES of r2n!B Rnal00cont0ovlt
Tailor Cloth anfl Fanor CheTlot S"!j! !19lln ,' cenJ S"0"'
Berne, with, and without circular conts usuM ! t Good,
Koro" Bklrt now " Hobson "
Beer-satln lined-Dlaclc and y yjGS
At 13.98. ...TA1X0B MADE COSTUMES of Excellent Values In
TaUorand CoTortOloth Dlpand ....
NauUoal f ront-Boofors lined with Smyrnas-strietly all wool
taffeta silk or satin. . 10i24 Inches to 0x12 ft 3OclBto:003
At' I5.98...TAIL0B MADE COSTUMES OF Wiltens-nnest eradea
Venetian Cloth In the now Bprln 27x54 ,no,,M t0 0i ft 2 08 W
shades Tunlo skirt Taffota Insralns strictly all wool
Hoed Beofer Habit baok triple 3x2 yds to 4x5 yds 3 CO to 11.08
stitched seams. InBralns-wool flllod
At 17.98. ...TAILOR MADE COSTUMES of 3x2 yds to 3x5 yds 148to4l)
Venetian Cloth-Blaok and. colors Bheepskins-aU colors f 1.08 to OftS
lined throughout with finest col- Cocoa and Fibre Mats .40 to "13
ored taffeta silks circular skirts
-fly front Reefers. HALIi EUGS NInofeot Twelve feet
At 19.98... TAILOB MADE COSTUMES of 8 -J "J
fine Cheviot Beroe taffota silk
lined throughout circular skirt Carpet Sweopors-BIssol's Best 1.79
laced habit baok four or six,
button Beef or velvet collar silk
facorerers. New e0mfortab!es.
Finer Tailor Made Costumes fn latest
Sprine fabrics and colorlnus. plain or em- Three Specials,
broidored and braided; latest Coats. Comblnlnc Good Quality nn.l Mo.lrr-
Jackets. Etons or TfBhNFIttlne Waists. Prlco' t,mt wo MUr -"
lined with black or contraat!n colored th8 Be,t VM"" ,n T"Tn-
taffetasllks 22.98 to 49.98 FIK8T SrECIAL....69 CENTS.
Fancy Sllkollno wool tufted Best white cot.
,r n ton filled full size.
Golfeapes second special.... 1.25.
In the fashionable double face Bus Cloths Sllkollno and Satoon Heavy and lUlitweighl
all combinations, with and without frlnees or Ian0T "tltched or tuftad.
THIBD SPECIAL.... 1.9a
flounces. Fine. FancyFronchSateon-Full size -DalntT.
5 So 10 1D.9B pretty colors and desluns.
Sherman Square Hotel,
BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 7IST ST.
AMERICAN PLAN.
Strictly a family hotel; choice suites, furnished or
unfurnished, to rant hy the aeaaon or year. Oulalne
and service of the htshest order. All water nsed la
thla hotel la filtered. Bates reasonable. Location
convenient to all parti ot the city.
WALTElt LAWHENCE. Manager.
HOTEL LINCOLN,
Broadway and 52d St.,
NEW YORK.
THOMAS . DOZLE, Xmuuger.
XtoomM Ea Alt or Slaglf. Kuspea Plmn.
tHecardew hotel;
ATLASTIO CITy, N. J.
NOW OPEN.
The meat delightful hotel on the Atlantic Coast, For
Excellence of Cuisine and Service It is unsurpassed.
Uotand Cold Fresh and Salt Water Baths with Every
Suite of Booms.
THE SLEV1N HOTEL,
l.TU BT. AND 7TH AV. J
For gentlemen, on the European plan, tl per day:
special rate for large and email rooma. by the week
or month. IiPOlI BLEV1N. rroprletor.
fmmii house
8TH ST.. 001.TTS AV7 Handsomely furnished
rooma, steam heat, electrin lights and tiaih; rates rea
aonabla; for gentlemen, T. f. PADDBLL. Frop'r.
HOTEL MARTY, & & $ i
47 West 24th St. gSS8- Pri"u Dlal
ollerjfjj and $thoos.
Tor Xouns Men A TVomao City A Country.
REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS.
Over 8,000 students have been prepared st Mew
Tork Frepaxatory School, 16 W,Sd at.) classes and
private work. Student may enter now.
For Boys and Young Men City and Country.
tQOprn expenditure annually; healthfulness re-nX40-
markahle; admlaalon throuBbout year: Ian
qaea tauuht converaatlonally. Hempstead, Lodc
Island. Boya Institute.
BualnesstColles:es.
"Can 1 ar Can't J, Shall J or Shan't
I." Learn Shorthand f
STENOGRAPHY bpmno and sdmuer
IVl CLASSES NOW FOItMINO.
..J?J?Ji'.-... 0 A. M. to A P. M. IAItT.
TYPEWR1TINQ Wvate or Clue Instruction.
TRAINING NIOHT CLUB CLASS.
Sf.Hnnl tOACniNG. AllSysUms.
aViHUUL. 2 Monthly. SPEEUIMU.
8 EAST i8I BT. F. K. rAKRI81I. Instructor.
Paino'o Baeiness School
and Sohool of Stenography and Typewrltlnn.
Open Day and Bvenlna. ea Bowery, Cor. Canal St.
Uptowni 107 WesTSath St., Cor. Broadway.
UTIIEBFOBD'8 BOIldOLB.-dreara. the future
ahorthandi typewriting, bookkeeplnit, HS.t
Broadway. Mew York! 300 Joralenion si., llrooklyn.
Schools of Klocutlon and Drainntlo Arts.
STAGE IMSTIIUOTIOK.-Ladlas and senilemen
thnrousbly and practically preparod for the pro.
feaaloaal suite br the well-known aotor, EDWIN
aoRDON iSWBIOIOK. Send for circular. Hew Tork
School Of Actios, i East 3 ad at.
Dancing Academies.
MISSMcCABE'S
Dacclnz School, 21 East ljthst., near B'way.
Private aauclaaaleaaona dally) beitinnere lay time.
C'EHTltAL PABlTDANOING'OADEMYroirhTt.';
nth ar. Clua, private instruction dally: a los
aons, 11. Circulars.
Bebools of Fliyslcal Culture.
CWIUHINR 1NBTBCOTI0N FOB
DTVimmillU. WOMEN A,D CHII.DUEN.
Berkeley BwlnmlDgSohool, 28 Wast 4ib St., sad
at Pratt InsUtute. Brooklyn.
Teachers' Agenclea.
SCBKBUEBHORN'HTEACnKRS'AOEMCT.
A lUUable and Kaldeot
IMncauonal Bualneas Bureau. I
JOHM O. BOoiwril, Hauaier, I
SEastlithiUcvrl'orkclty, I
3
qeinttr wortis.
1
, , 1
arm I'hcKIo Co. Summer route (or wluter travel,
or partlculara apply to
New York, N. Y. Boston, SI"
Chlcnco & Alton .161 B'way. S60 Wirfhlntttonit.
Tm" "'ncra 8 B'w' IWWsshlngtoa iu
So. aclflo Co BaUB'wky. VStatast.
VIRGIMlvi MOT SPltlKGS,
Open ail the year.
3,600 feet elevation on the .
CnESAPliAKi; ANI OHIO ItAII.AVAT
Extension to the
NEW HOMESTEAD,
eontalntnt one hundred additional suites ot ro-ml,
with private baths, ready for the rarl sprinic r"n.
Hotel and bathhouse now under one renf
Most curative batha kuuwn for rheumatlMii C"u'
and nervous troubles. Every bath from Auxins'
eprlnee of natural hot water.
CIOa.F LINKS ANU WKLL-KKIT (illl.r.N.
Fine livery and maonlncent mountain Htirroun llnir.
Pnllraan compartment car New Yorlt to Hot KiTlniS
without change dally, eioept Humla), llnoi. it
Fred Bchoneld'a, Metropolitan bulMini:. Mlnm
Square.
Excuriltin tlcketa and Pullman rccrtl"n
Chesapeake and Ohio offices, KHJaudlSJ.I llroal
way.andofflcesPtnnijlvaniall.lt. Celebrated Healluu Spriuns wati ron Mle b n a.
Oassebeer, 72d at. and Columbu. av.
FltED HTEItBY, Maliauor.
Hot Springs, Batlx-uuntr, Na.
GARDEN CITY HOTEL
Garden City, N. Y.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
Forty minutes from New York City or Br l n,
via long Island Railroad. A brink structure, v tin ill
modern improvementa and conveniences
ROOMS LARGE AND AIRY.
The cuisine and service absolutely sr.t !
Olasa-lncloaad sun parlor 800 feet lnleuvth histel
by eteam.
FINEST GOLF LINKS IN THE COUNTRY.
Special rates for families wishing to ruuala
tnroocbout the winter, lllustratnd booklet term..
ho., on application to V. C. HAl'l'OIU), Msuagef.
NEW JER8EY.
THE LAUREL HOUSE,
Lakewood, New Jersey.
DAVID II. l'lTCMKn, .Mnnner. , .
Iukewood'a advantasea for those desiring '''"",
lie and eport are known everj whore l "f
Hinting, drlvlnit. blcycluia, Ac. Splendid " ,n4
well-kept walka through the pine,
gfflBl QottttS,
SUPREME COUItr. COUNTY OK NfcW tnHK -,
In the matter of the application rf tin M' '
Aldermen and Commoualty of lb Clt ' v"
York, for the appointment of CommL.loni r (i'
pralsal, under chapter 11a of tho Ijiv.s ' 1" -
passed March 0, ISU3. infilled "An ait 1 1
foraettllnp; and establishing porniaiuull ' V
tlon and boundaries of the aveutta knouti 11 ' '
WASUINOTON IIIDOK llOAD, lu 'Iho til
York, and in relation to the liuproi emeui I' -
TAKE NOTICE TIItT, I'UIIHI'AST I" 1
provialona of chapter llaof the lAe i,i 1- '
all other atatutea In such casea made and pr
an application will be made by the umleiiu '
t oration Uounsel of TheClty nf Nework 1 1 i ' "
lebalfof The City or New York, to tin "
Court ot the State New York at a HpecUl 1 '
aald Court, Fart III. thereof, to bo held in it" I
Judicial Department, at tueCountr Court II "- "
The (Illy ofNew York, Borough or Manliatian
17th day of March. 1HIM, at theopeiiluk' I H' '
on that day, oraaaoon thereafter a count) '
heard thereon, for the appointment of a '
aloner of Appraiaal tn the aboto-tnlltled U" '
the plare and stead of Yi alter Stanton, di tea.eii
Dated New York, March S. Ihiiu
JOHN WUil.ES.
Corporation Counsel
No, 3 Tryoii Row
NewtoikCliy.
BorouaU u( Uanh attaaV

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