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The Prince of Wales Has a
j Great Run of Luck at
Sarah Bernhart, on the Other Hand,
is Rather Picturesque.
A BEADABLE BATCH OP FOREIGN NEWS.
King Milan Kept Com tantlr on the Jorap to
Avoid Bomb-Throwrr A Case of Talk
That Wnn't Cheap The Dutch Kins
Dying In a Turkish Bah Joachim's
Jubilee Well Worth HaTlng Prodigy
Joaef Hoffman Going to Work Again
Mrm. Hcmphrey Ward' Independence
With Her PnblUbers.
The play and players at Monte Carlo con
tinue to afford much food for gossip and
reflection. The season is a particularly
brilliant one, even for the greatest gam
bling resort in the world. Bismarck's com
ing visit to England is considered a sop to
Salisbury. Queen Victoria is accused of
learning the Hindustani language. France,
they say, needs a CrOniwell to settle the
Boulanger nonsense. Heir Joachim's jubi
lee ras one 'worth talking about. A trav
eler tells of his experience in' China.
TBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. 1
IiOSDOir, March 2. Copyright Tonr
correspondent writes very enthusiastically
from Monte Carlo about the carnival, the
yachts, and all the celebtations generally,
and also sends some interesting facts about
individuals. The Prince of "Wales is re
ported in London as having spent an occa
sional hour looking on in the Monte Carlo
gambling rooms. As a matter of fact his
royal highness likes sport of anykind, from
prize fighting up and down, and is a
thorough-paced punter. He has been play
ing at the Casino nearly all the time, and
has been winning. His system is to double
that is, to pick out a column and stick to
it until he wins. This pays 2,000 francs for
every 1,000 wagered. The Prince, thongh
he can afford it, has not gone in for playing
the limit, as this sort of thing attracts a
crowd and causes stories, irritating alike to
mamma and the British taxpayer,
bernhakdt's mjs or luck.
Sarah Bernhardt has been playing at the
same table "ith the Prince, namely, the big
new roulette table, which has been fitted up
between the trente et quarante tables, be
cause of the tremendous rush of business.
Bernhardt has been more picturesque than
lucky, but on Saturday last she had a most
remarkable run, having won, with her
money full on, three times in succession,
each time with a chance of 30 to 1 against
her. The larce crowd which invariably fol
lows her play broke out into applause, a
very unusual thing in that gambling at
mospherR. Kw-lfnke of Cambridge and his son, Col---onel
Fitz George, have also been playing,
and both losing, the latter very heavily.
The usual Monte Carlo dramas are going
on. Scr many people at Monte Carlo are
losing and in despair or wildly exultant at
their winnings that it is difficult for a
peaceful man, going to bed in the Hotel de
Paris to decide whether his next door neigh
bor is getting drunk,
HAYTXG A GASIE,
or unsuccessfully trying to cut His throat
Some people in the Hotel de Paris became
so much interested in such a question two
or three days ago that they broke into the
room and found a young man and a young
-woman who had just killed themselves.
Unless these things are thus accidentally
discovered, the public rarely hears of them.
Another gambling house tragedy was
necessarily made public, as a woman who
had lost a fortune accumulated in a not
over-scrupulous life, wound the whole
thing up by jumping from the top of the
stairs which led from the gambling room
down to the railway station.
Prince Alexander of Battenberg and his
new wife, formerly the singer Xoisinger,
have been lately mixing with, the Monte
Carlo crowd. The girl is not particularly
pretty, but she makes many friends.
Arthur Sullivan is still on hand, playing
and smiling in the wake of the Prince of
'Wales, and a friend of his writes me that
his round little face is very red and his
health much improved.
THE SULTAN KOT SuTBEHELI HAPPY.
Bla Creditors Harass Him to an Almost
rBT CABLE TO Till DISPATCH.!
London-, March 2. The position of Snl
tan, boss of the sublime porte, ruler of the
faithful, would not be an agreeable one to
the average sensitive man. The fact that
he is able to go on enjoying life would indi
cate that he is not very particular about the
appearance of his balance sheet or what his
creditors think of him. His ministers are
harassed on every side with demands for
money, and the Bussian Ambassador stays
-on from week to week, deferring his visit to
St. Petersburg, and dunning the porte about
unpaid war indemnity. The British and
French representatives object to allowing
the money to be raised by a license tax, un
less theirshare of it is guaranteed and. se
cured to them.
Even the little windfall of 27,000,000
francs which the Turks have managed to
recover from Baron Hirsch. and which
would have kept the Sultan harem, etc.,-
going on very comionaoiy, nas oeen
matched from the poor Turks. The grasp
ing Bussian minister has sequestrated it,
and is quarreling with the other ministers,
who would also like their share.
JOLANEEPT ON THE JDMP.
He- Has to Travel Id Foreign Countries
Where Nobody KnoTrs Him.
rBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
IiOKDOic, March 2. King Milan appears
to be much worried by numerousalleged
discoveries of plots against his life and
throne, of which I have cabled you at in
tervals. He does not consider his life safe in his
.own country, and will very probably before
long resume his travels in Austria and
other countries where the people do not
care enough about him to try to blow him
Prodigy Josef Hoffman to Work' Again.
tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
' London-, March 2. Josef Hoffman is
, going to work again. His father will bring
lim'to London in the fall, and -then to a
tour of the provinces. 'The prodigy will be
a2 years old next June, end he has been
fotudying hard during -his , -retirement, and
lias composed nan a dozen new pieces.
i CtmiOUS COTJNTEY.
Thibet a Qnccr Place. If Returned Travelers
Are to be Believed Xo Encourage
ment There (or the Wicked
Some of the Customs.
tBT CAULE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, March 2. A Chinese traveler
has been telling of his experiences and the
things he has seen in Thibet, and his tale
is printed in London to-day. He has be
held the cloud-piercing temples of jade,
gold and other precious metals. At Shassa
there are four temples in which Jalai Lama
lives. In ulterior Thibet the p Teshu
Lama rejoices in the possession of three
temples." One is a nine-storied pagoda, con
taimnga statue of Buddha. The Chinese trav
eler describes the pagoda in a manner that
inclines one to believe that he has seen the
New York Tribune building. These two
distinguished Lamas are most useful citi
zens, as they can tell all about the future or
the past, foretell births and deaths though
that seems a rather useless occupation and
are very much believed in.
The Thibetan salutes his superior by un
covering his head and sticking out his
tongue three times. The country, suppos
ing that this traveled Chinese is thruthl'ul,
is the hottest kind of a place for the wicked.
When a man is arrested his limbs are tied
together and he is thrown into a dark room,
in which he is tried. He is almost always
sentenced to death. If the natives haveany
shooting match for the drinks on hand he is
tied to the pillar and used as a target for
muskets and bows. If not, he is put into a
cave where scorpions are plentiful, and
stung to death by these willing executioners,
or else presented to cannibal savages of one
part of the country to eat
Burial is an uncomfortable operation.
The body of a dead man is put into a leather
bag and hung up to dry for seven days in
his own house, while the priests, whose
business must not be a very.agreeable one,
walk around chanting. After that the re
mains are taken to some mountain peak and
buried in two fashions. The flesh is cut up
into slices and given to dogs to eat. The
truthful Chinese traveler declares that they
call this earth interment. They then grind
up the bones into pills, which they feed to
eagles, and this is called sky interment.
There is very little business for the doctors,
because sick men, no matter what ails them,
are smeared all over with butter, and put
out in the hot son, for better or worse.
COALS CARRIED TO NEWCASTLE.
An American Express Company Formed
Where Xono is Xeeded.
IBT CABLE TO TnE DISPATCH.
London, March 2. Another American
express company, the United States Express
Company, has just organized itself for work
in Europe, with agencies in London, Paris,
etc, and will commence about April 1. It
is impossible, however, to establish an ex
press service in this country on the American
plan. The parcel post, with its wonderfully
cheap rates and efficientserviceTwould crowd
the enterprising expressman out of the field.
Instead of jamming parcels into mail bags
and crushing them out oi shape, as in
America, the parcel post is a separate de
partment, has separate post wagons, and
packs things in large baskets, in which
they are transported withont danger, and so
satisfactorily that an express company,
working at a third of American rates, could
If General Harrison's new Postmaster
General wants to make a name for himself
and does not mind knocking the American
express business to pieces he cannot do
better than to import the English parcel
A SOP TO SALISBURY
One of the Reasons Why Mountain Bismarck
Vititts the English Mahomet.
tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, March 2. There is more, talk
of Bismarck's coming over to England with
the young Emperor "William .this season,
and preparations for a military display are
already on hand. It will be difficult, how
ever, for England to get up anything in the
way of soldiers that will be interesting to a
young man so well equipped as William IL
The most interesting thing is, of 'course, not
the Emperor's visit, bnt that of Bismarck,
about which there is a good deal of specula
tion. Such a palpable case of the mountain
coming to Mahomet was probably due not
to any desire of Bismarck, but partly as a
gratilying sop to Salisbury for having
S roved so docile a tool in the East African
usiness, and also to keep an eye on young
William, who, when allowed to go off to
Bussia with only Herbert Bismarck as a
mentor, seems to have talked a little bit
more than was good for the Chancellor's
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS.
Hint. Hnmphrey Ward Able to Dictate Her
fBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, March 2. Mrs. Humphrey
Ward has-written another book. Which will
soon be ready for publication, and the man
ner in which her representatives have set
about disposing kof the right to print this
work is calculated to make the average poor
writer very envious indeed. Instead of
writing to offer it for sale at a certain price,
Mrs. Hnmphrey "Ward communicates with
varions houses, telling their sgents to send
in tenders for the book before 12 o'clock on
the following day, or run the risk of not
A Government with a dozen big post
offices to build could not address the hum
ble contractor in much different language.
But Mrs. Humphrey "Ward is right, which
is shown by the fact that the publishers
have obediently sent in offers, as com
manded. BIDDING AGAINST THE SHAH.
The Tandcrbllts Haven't Clear Sailing; for
Their London Residence.
BY CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, March 2. The Dnke of Suth
erland, whose marriage "with Mrs. Blair
has brought him into ill repute with the
Queen, and consequently with the. court
generally, will probably live permanently
abroad. If it be true that the Vanderbilts
tave opened negotiations for renting his
London residence, the historical Stafford
house, they will have the honor of compet
ing with the Shah of Persia for whom, if
possible, this house is to be secured 'when he
comes to London in the summer.
If the "Vanderbilts get the house it is to
be hoped for their1 takes Ithat his majesty of
Persia will not occupy it for even a short
time before them. Unless he is a very
much abused monarch he is certainly a
most undesirable predecessor as' a tenant.
A JUBILEE WORTH HATING.
Herr .Joachim's Friends Show How -They
Appreciate His Genius.
IBY CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, March 2. A jubilee worth
talking is that of Herr Joachim, which
was created at Berlin yesterday. The par
ticular thing celebrated was the great
violinist's debut as a player. A large num
ber of players sent a gold medal, and some
business-like friends who know what an
artist needs, gave him 100,000 marks in
Some less practical admirers in Bonn
have bought the house in which Beethoven
used to live, will turn it into s sort of a
Beethoven museum, and let Joachim be
President of the concern.
PATH'S SERIES OF FAREWELLS.
Her Present Encasements Carry Her Well
Along Into 1SS1.
tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.'
London, March 2. Simple people who
are constantly in a state of rushing off to at.
tend Patti's real -genuine -lasfcj' farewell, aC
no matter the expense, may set" their minds
Mr. Robinson, editor of the Daily News,
has heard from Patti, who sends him a list
.of her engagements, showing that her fare
wells are arranged for well into 1891, and
the supposition is that she is now arranging
with eagerly competing managers for per
formances after that.
LATEST FAD OF QUEEN TIC.
They Soy She Can Converse Fluently la the
BT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, March 2. Queen Victoria is
going away to Biarritz, next Tuesday, with
her daughter Beatrice, and Battenburg, the
sincerely-to-be-pittied husband, will follow
them. The Queen's donkey and chaise
have already been sent to the Villa Boche
foucauld. In front of the Queen's villa
passes a steam tramway of a very noisy and
fast.description, and a movement has been
set on foot by her loyal admirers to induce
the company to stop running it, or go round
the block, or do sometbing else while the
Queen is'there. But the company, with an
eye for the dividends and not for royalty,
declines to make any arrangement.
The latest achievement of the Queen, ac
cording to the flattering court gossip, has
been to acquire a marvelous fluency in the
Hindustani language, in which' she is now
pictured as conversing freely with her tur
baned Indian servants, of whom she makes
much. I am inclined to donbt this report
of the Queen's linguistic ability. I have
watched the progress of several American
and other women of grandmotherly age try
ing to learn French in Paris, or German in
Berlin, and my sincere conviction is that
the Queen would find it very difficult to
talk Hindustani to her servants if they did
not know exactly what she wanted to say.
A QUIET TIP TO HARRISON.
The English Press Hopes He Will Treat
Great Britain Servilely..
rBr CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, March 2. The English press
continues to remind us of onr shortcomings
in relation, curiously enough, to the idiocy
of that typical English gentleman, Xord
Sackville. The announcement of Sir
Julian Paunceforte's appointment as
British Minister at Washington calls forth
much admiration on the part oi the Tory
writers for Lord Salisbury, and numerous
regrets that the depraved American politi
cians who rule the country just now will
probably not apologize for their conduct to
the gentleman, Lord Sackville, before in the
This is coupled with a faint hope that
Harrison will inaugurate his term of office
in a better spirit, and begin by getting down
on his knees to England, which is de
scribed as the only power in Europe which
can do much good or harm to the United
States of America.
THE LATEST BRITISH TRUST.
Firebrick Makers Preparing to Corner' the
Trade With 3,000.000.
rBY CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. I
Xondon, March 2. Another trust is
about to be organized in England, if certain
negotiations go through. This particular
syndicate is seeking to corner the firebrick
trade, and a capital of 3,000,000 is, if pos
sible, to be raised. Young Lord Dudley's
name, which will of course be an ornamental
one, is mentioned as Chairman.
This trust will be a very serious matter
for the iron trade, as the syndicate proposes
to commence by raising the price of fire
brick 5 shillings per thousand.
DUNG IN A TURKISH BATH.
The Dutch Kiaff'Spendlng His Last Hoars in
a Very Hot Room.
- tBT CABLE, TO THE DISPATCH.
London, March'. .2. The King of the
Netherlands continues to fight off the final
stage of his malady. .He is now kept alive
by living in a room with an excessively
high temperature, so high that the little
Princess, his daushter, can't be allowed to
enter it, while the Queen is compelled to re
main in an adjoining room, only going in to
see His Majesty at long intervals and for a
very short time.
The balance of the King's life is practi
cally to be spent, according to the reports
from Hague, in a mild form of Turkish
TALE NOT TERI CHEAP.
A Tiennaeto-Printer's Boy Suffers for Being
n. Little Too Gossipy.
tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.
London, March 2, It is dangerous to be
gossipy in Vienna, when great personages,"
dead or alive, are concerned. A printer's
boy in that town expressed his opinion
very mildly concerning the dead Prince
Rudolf's character, relating one or to an
ecdotes in support of his opinion, and is
now undergoing a promptly administered
sentence of six month's hard labor.
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ders. Bold only in cans. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO, 108 Wall St, N. Y.
WM. GRAB0 WSKY
Our spring styles of LADIES' STRAW
HATS are ready. The styles shown will meet
the demands of our many friends and custom
ers. Our pood work has established our rep
utation as first-class and tasty Hatters.
We will renovate your old fashioned Hat to
any of our new spring styles, by our new
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new In every respect Bring your Hat or
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The leading styles are all in.
Always get your workr done at the reliable
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707 Penn avenueopp. Perm Building.
High - Pressure
Living characterizes these modern days.
The result is a fearful increase of Brala
and Heart Diseases 'General De
bility, Insomnia, Paralysis, and In
sanity. Chloral and Morphia augment
the evil. The medicine best adapted
to do permanent good is Averts Sar
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vitalizes the blood, and thus strengthens
every f unctionand faculty of the body.
J"'I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in
my family, for years. I have found it
for Nervous Debility caused by an in
active liver and a low state of the blood."
Henry Bacon, Xenla, Ohio.
"For some time I have been troubled
with heart disease. I never found any
thing to help me nn til, I began using
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I have only used
this medicine six) months, but it has re
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me to resume work.;' J. P. Carzanett,
"I have-leen a practicing physician
for over half a century, and during that
time I have never found so powerful
and reliable an alterative and blood
purifier as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." Dr.
M. Maxstart, Louisville, Ky.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
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BED ROCK PRICES.
We also manufacture this
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No. 3 SIXTH ST..
jalO-Su PITTSBURG, PA
J". DIAMOND, -Optician,
22 Sixth. Street, nttsturrfif.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted
to every defect of sight. Field and Opera
Glasses.Telescopos, Microscopes, Barometers
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order,
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STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS.
AMBUBQ-AMEK1CAN PACKET CO.
The new twin-screw express steamer
Of 10, 000 tons and 12,500 horsepower, will leave
i New York lor
SOUTHAMPTON AND HAMBURG,
May IS and J une 20.
General Passenger Agents,
SI Broadway, New York.
MAX SCHAMBEKG. ,,
feZ7 27-Su S27 SmlthHeW St., ttttslurg, Pa.
jiiif" ' till I'HIlHIIiiiilliH I j "
Received the Contract to Furnish the White House
FOR PRESIDENT HARRISON,
Could have filled the order promptly and in a style befitting the high station of
-the Chief Magistrate of the greatest nation on earth, -and all this, without
going outside of his new spring stock. You may doubt it, but t if you are open
to conviction, a single visit to the Grand Penn Avenue Outfitting Emporium
will prove how easily Keech could have substantiated his claim. "As a matter
of fact 1 .
People. Who. Intend ; to Moie or Go to Housekeeping
will make a serious mistake, if they buy any Furniture or Carpets before having seen"
'- Keecis magnificent new spring stock and his extra'ordijiarily low prices. And with what
ease and comfort you can make your selections at this famous store. On every one
of the six spacious floors the goods are displayed in a most pleasing and prac
" -' tical ma7iner, enabling ,the purchaser to see everything at a glance'; the
. light and ventilation in the building are most excellent, and all the
surroundings look as clean and bright as a new silver dollar. .
Elegant retiring r 007ns, too, for' both ladies and gentlemen, , "'
. i are at the disposal of customers. In short, there isn't ;..''.
-' another establishment in the city that can serve you '':-ui
in every respect as well as KeecJis. And, v . -?.-?
t heres another important matter: .' . 'T
HowdVluch More Sensible it is to Buy Your Furniture
and Carpets Now Than Wait Untilthe Big
Rush Sets in Later On.
' . .
Now you are at leisure, so are we Why not, then, come in and make your
selections? Now the stock is complete, now everything is, at its.-best! You can
r . select whatever you please, make a small deposit thereon, and we will have the
" goods all ready for you on April 1. Isn't (Iris far more preferable to the run
ning and rushing and hasty purchases at moving time? Don 't forget, too, that
. . we sell
E0E CASH,. 0B ON EASY WEEKLY PAYMENTS.
.NEAR NINTH SREET. Open Saturday-nights tall 10 o'clock
Sales daily from 9:30 A. M. to 12
M.,-and from 2 to 6 P. M. Satur
days from 7 to 10 P.M.
Private Sales at Auotlbn Prices
Goods purchased delivered to all
parts of the two citiea Parties so
desiring oan pay on delivery of
r All goods must be sold by April 1
J. A.' ROBINSON, Auctioneer.
10 SIXTH STREET,
NEAR SUSPENSION BRIDGE.
-tie'ict t s
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
131 Fifth avenue, above Simthfleld, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Always open. Appointments first-class:
steam heat, sun galleries, etc.
fe22. W. H. REYNOLDS.
TOTHKRGILLHOTJSE. ATLANTIC CITY,
JD N. J. Located near beach. Perfect san
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ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
Unobstructed ocean view.
Cuisine and appointments of the best. Dinner
130 and 6:30. G. WATERS.
W. E. COCHRAN.Chlef Clerk. mhl-TTSsn
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Ou the beach, sea end of Virginia avenue.
Steam heat, electric hells. Will open Febru-
BUCK & McCLELLAN.
, OLD POINT COMFORT,
100 yards from Fort Monroe; open all the year,
accommodates 1,000 guests; admirable location;
delightful climate; thrilling historic surround
ings. Turkish, Russian, Roman, Electric and
HOT SEA baths, the latter especially beneficial
in rheumatic troubles. Music by the famous
Artillery School Band. Glass-inclosed verandas.
Average temperature for winter 48. Absolutely
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' no27-y40Jrursu F. N. PIKE. Manager.
E S C
on 'April 1,
Presentslbr the Spring of 1889 the
New and .Correct,
YOUNG GENTS DERBY
At the following prices: SI 90, 2 20,
2 40, ?2 90, 83 40.
If beauty of style, perfection of
outline and superiority of finish go
for anything, our new Derby will
undoubtedly prove the seller of the
Our famous factory prices have
attained a popularity simply phe
nomenal, and through them our es
tablishment has become the hat dis
tributing depot of; Western Penn
sylvania, LET IT BE KNOWN that we are
the sole agent, in Pittsburg for the
Celebrated Miller Derbys and Silk
Hats. All others advertising the
Miller hat mislead the public.
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 AND 423 SMTTHPIELD ST.
Mail orders promptly filled. mh3-100
NOW GOING ON.
Men's, Boys' and.Children's Suits
and Overcoats. Hats and Fur
nishings. Ladies' Cloaks and
Wraps. Everything at half price.
COME WHILE HE FEAST LASTS.
SALLER & CO.,
No. 50 FIFTH AVENUE,
Neab, Wood Street.
Telephone No. lCSd. f ol9-MTWTFSnwk
Shoes: The most importanTand
cuss in our advertising columns. Everybody wears- Shoes, heneij
everybody is interested, from
Out" to the thrifty workman
business and professional man
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K A U FM ANNS
Our new spring stock is the rrrost extensive ever exhibited in tluV
. 'city, embracing, as it does, all kinds and descriptions of reliable
footwear for men, women . and children, while our prices will be a
pleasant revelation to our .customers. Our Shoe buyers, who have
just returned from the East, are very enthusiastic about their pur-'
chases. In Rochester, New York, -Boston, Lynn and Haverhill (the
five great shoe manufacturing towns of America) they scooped ia
many thousands of dollars; worth of fine Shoes at most favorable
terms. These advantageous purchases place us in a position to un -dersell
the entire retail trade. The following are but a few examples
of what we are able to do for you:
2,300 Pairs Ladies' Fine Dongola Kid Shoes,
VT "S s,. FOR $1 23
The only thing that's cheap about these Shoes is the price; the
quality is excellent. They are made of fine Dongola Kid, have worked
button holes and afe solid throughout.. The lengths run from 2 to 7;
the widths afe. C and D. They're equal to any $3 Shoes offered
elsewhere. 1. .
1,600 Pairs Ladies' Finest Bright Dongola Shoes
vTSkm FOR $2 SO'
These elegant Shoes are made of A. No. 1 Bright Dongola Kid, are
warranted hand-turned; worked button holes; opera and common
sense lasts; all lengths and widths; an excellent Dress Shoeln every
respect, and superior to any 4 Shoes ever offered in this city.
MOO Pairs Men's B.
St FOR $1 29
over 500 pairs of these Shoes have been sold since Friday morn
ing. They are made of good tannery stock Calf Skin, are solid iq
every sense of the word, and come in button, lace and congress,
plain or tipped. The'best experts have pronounced them superior to
any. $3 Shoes offered in this city. Come quick, if you want a pair.
1,400 Pairs Men's French Calf Dress Shoes,
YT5m FOR $3 00
These- Shoes are as fine, comfortable and shapely as any gentleman. ;
wants to wear. They are made of good French Calf Skin, have
sewed bottoms and seamless sides, and will outwear any regular $$
Shoes bought around town. We have them in all sizes and widths.
900 Pairs Boys' Fine
B& FOR $1 24
This is one of the best Hoys' Shoes ever manufactured. They have
Dongola Kid tops and fine Calf vamps, oak-tanned soles, very sub
stantial linings, plain and tipped, and would be cheap at $2. In
deed, most stores sell them at $2 50 all year 'round. The sizes of
these Shoes run from 11 to 2.
1,050 Pairs Young Men's Waukenphast Shoes,
Your Pick .:. TprT? 021 'TO
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These Shoes, which run in sizes from 2j to 5, have excellent
Calf vamps and Kangaroo Kid tops, and are made on the improved
English Waukenphast last 'No better Shoes have ever been offered
in this city "at the price.
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Calf Dress Shoes,
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