Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, December 26, 1889, Page 5, Image 5

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PCURIOUS CONTEST,
Pittsburg AwafceneiMiy a Din the
L'Like of Which Was If ever Heard.
ILL IDEA OP SLUMBER BABISHED
Bj a Battle for Supremacy in a Host Pecu-
li&rHuner, Waged ij
fDEEED AKD FEATHERED ZOO INMATES
vITTSBITEQ was peacefnllv
(slumberinc under the shlm-
'merlng moonlight. "All was
silent, save for the long, low
murmur almost like to the
heavy breathing of a sleeper
which arose from the gaslit
citr. The watchful police-
finan stepped gingerly aldng the sidewalks,
Icasting many an apprehensive glance up
Mark alleys and round wind-swept corners.
Sin his noisome .den, the Mongolian lay
prostrate amid the fumes of opium; the
..colored tough grasped his keen razor, as he
r rattled the poker chips in some hillside
baunt; and the white man was not idle in
- The Sea Lion Choir Revels in Melody.
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ferine, .beneath the rooftrees of many a
-secret speak-easy and reeking groggery.
Bat sin stalks abroad In silence, and jus
' 'lice, too. speaks but little. Neither the
' guardian of the law nor the breakers there
l of disturbed the stillness. The honest citi
zen might enjoy his well-earned rest, care
Jess of all the wrong-doers who swarmed
around him. In the neighborhood of the
new Schenley Park children, and even those
of larger growth, had hied them bedward,
fnll-of the morrow and all it would dis-
close. Foropthemorrowwereto be opened,
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tHJSttkbnjrg. mid the groves and glades of
thelfew park. That was why the children
bad gone to. bed dreaming of lions and
tigers, and paroquets and monkeys, and all
the other animals from faraway climes, for
a sight ot whiEh they were in the old times
forced to rely upon the annual menageries
a and traveling shows.
THE BEASOK FOB IT AI.li.
v That was why the antique paradox, which
in our childhood we so revered, that "the
aooner you go to bed, the sooner morning
.will come," was so often quoted that night
around Schenley Park. And that was
why so many bonny faces, flushed with the
excitement which the dreamgod gives, were
laid upon their pillows, full of glad antici
pations of their first day's Zoo.
And so "sleep winnowed o'er them his
kind,kind wines.'" and from Alonongahela's
banks to Allegheny, many a household was
wrapt in slumber.
Tint bark! What hideous sound, borne
upon the affrighted breezes, "startled the
dull ear or night?"
A horrid roar arose from the moonlit dales
. of the park and swelled across the housc-
tops. Another roar still louder, another,
and yet another, followed the first, in deaf-
. Tening succession!
4f " In an instant, the neighborhood was
. awake and listening. The policeman, in
X alarm, ceased for a moment, his onward
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TlPtltom Solo With Chimpanzee Accompani
v. ment.
jmarch. The colored gambler arrested his
Ifcand, holding the marked card in mid-air;
;.the opinm victim almost awoke from his
. jdeath-like stupor!
. -""What was the cause of this sudden trans
formation? "Whence did this sound prc-
nceed?
gown in the new Zoological Gardens the
O.0D kac called a mass meeting of his sub
ejects; and this mighty roar which he had
-' ottered was intended to supply the want of
aPresidenta gavel in openng the session.
And this was what the Jion said: "My
worthy kinsfolk,- although priority of
speech is the right of the representative of
the. oldest family of animals, you will
readily agree with ne that that right cannot,-
by us, be conceded, in view of the fact
that that representative, the spontre, is
ftotally without power of utterance. That
'H.wSyJC propose to address you myself.
JJJSjShPXKE xion's fbofosal.
. smSSS? " here ejected from every
'"Jquarter of the globe. Some of us have
xtever met before. I, for one, am happy in
'having gained several new acquaintances
sinoe I arrived in this charming garden.
Uow.'ioy friends, leisure without variety ii
apt W wax monotonous. I am, therefore,
anxious that an agreeable kind or friendly
competition be gotten up, wherein all may
loin, and to the winner ot which an appro
priate prize may be presented. What say
you to this project?"
A tremendeus uproar of assent followed
the llon'a speech. So terrific, indeed, was
this sound that the police reserve guard was
,at once dispatched in the direction of Schen
ley Park, and the veterans of Homewood
and Oakland grasped their rifles and rushed
out into the atreets, thinking that a new
-rebellion hnrt beran.
As soon as the hullabaloo had in some J
measnre subsided, the lion coaUnHed: '
propose, therefore, that the animal which is
able to make the most noise, in the shortest
space of time, stall be the winner oi tne
prize."
"Oh, come offl" shrieked a foolhardy par
rot, swinging in its .cage; "you want to get
the prize yourself
"Mv character, sir." replied his leonine
majesty, with lofty disdain, "is too well es
tablished to permit of any inch insinua
tion." "Ihai'a what the Senator said when the
Do, He, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Xebra,
newspapers accused him of eloping with the
boodle?" Queried the caustic parrot; but
the lion merely tossed his royal mane, and
awaited the answer of the crowd. A bnge
amount of bellowing, screeching and chat
tering followed the proposal; but finally, in
spite of the parrot's protest, a majority of
the inmates of the Zoo decided in its favor.
WOESE TKAX BEDLAM.
The noise-making contest accordingly be
gan. The smaller animals uplifted their
puny voices, the myriads of strange birds
sang or screamed their loudest Then the
great elephant trumpeted ferociously, and
was only silenced when the zebra hee
hawed in his usual dulcet manner.
Jnst about the time when the lion himself
was shaking the very park with his roars,
the inhabitants of the Schenley Park dis
trict had surrounded the park on every side
terrified br this second Babel. Fathers,
loosely attired in floating drapery.flewdown
the dark streets, clubbing the gnn that had
belched forth its deadly messages at Gettys
burg, or flashing the saber that had been so
gallantly wielded on the bloody field of An
tietam. Youths who had not been born in
the old heroic days snatched their
great .English canes from the stand and
prepared to deal death, if necessary. Police
men bravely cheered the citizens on to the
fight, while they themselves slipped round
the corner to summon reinforcements. Old
ladies, young ladies, and children wailed in
unison, till several royally descended Gaels
in the neighborhood of the Point imagined
that their familr banshee was howling the
death-song outside the window. The fire
bell rang a general alarm, and from every
quarter came the rattle of galloping horses,
the jingle of chains, and the rumble of
wagons. The new police telegraph flashed
fire, murder' and thieves, to every street and
station in the city. In a word, Pittsburg
had gone crazy.
THE BECOED BEATEK.
During the final stages of the lion's per
formance, the hippopotamus bobbed up
serenelr from the center of his pond and
determined to beat that noise or die. YThen
a hippopotamus says he'll make a row, he is
bound to do it. In this case the row the
hippo made, beat the best record ever
achieved, even by a hippopotamus. The
roar of Waterloo was not in it with his roar;
the thunders of Jove were mere whispers,
compared to his bellow. He raised such a
tornado that the very Government Building
Commissioners awoke and began to look
abont there.
So jealous did the legions. of other ani
mals become at his superior vocal powers
that they resolved to howl Him down. It
j -(raj no sooner said than done with them!.
The word went round, and there arose to
trembling heaven a combination o sound
such as never- the immovable hllla bad
echoed since first they were fashioned in the
prehistoric days.
So appalling was the shout hurled at the
vault above that the mighty fountains of
the clouds were shattered as in the Isthmian
games ot yore, when the Boman Consul de
clared the freedom of Greece and down
poured the pitiless rain in drenching tor
rents. What was the use of paterfamilias'
sword or gun in such a rain as this? Back
flew the shivering people to their homes for
wraps and waterproofs.
The fire wagons turned back; there was
no need for them now. The police, however,
kept bravely on. They were very gallant
now, because they knew the rain would
make their work easy, and everv unfortu
nate wayfarer was promptly cudgeled and
arrested on suspicion.
DECIDEDLY THE VICTOn.
But the rain had another good effect It
dampened the ardor of the contesting ani
mals. The awful bellowing ceased, and
every Inmate of the Zoo, the hippopotamus
only excepted, retired to his lair. Bnt the
old hippo didn't mind the rain in the least!
He just stood in bis pond' and kicked up
row enough for 50. The prize was his; he
had gained it honestlyand by his awn grand
enorts. Alter mat ne reeked not of rheu
matism or influenza. But Pittsburg dreaded
those diseases, so, the noise being over, the
city jnst retired to its bed, resolved to let
the matter rest till morning.
A Bomb In the Prison Yard.
Jackson, Mich., December 25. An
other dynamite bomb was found yesterday
afternoon inside the prison yard, where it
had probably been secreted to be used at the
first favorable opportunity in wrecking the
walls, and perhaps kill a number of desper
ate criminals.
Save Tour Hair
BY a timely use of AVer's Hair Vigor.
This preparation has no equal as a
dressing. It keeps the scalp clean, cool,
and healthy, and preserves the color,
fullness, and beauty of the hair.
"I was xapidly becoming bald and
gray; but after nslng two or three
bottles of Ayer's Hair Vigor my hair
grew thick and glossy and the original
color was restored." Slelvin Aldrich,
Canaan Centre, N. H.
" Some time ago I lost all my hair in
consequence of measles. After due
waiting, no new growth appeared. I
then used Ayer's Hair Vigor and my
hair grew
Thick and Strong.
It has apparently come to stay. The
Vigor is evidently a great aid to nature."
J. B. Williams, Floresville, Texas.
"I have used Ayer's- Hair Vigor foi
the past four or five years and And it a
most satisfactory dressing for the hair.
It is all I could desire, being harmless,
causing the hair to retain its natural
color, and requiring but a small quantity
Ao render the hair easy to arrange."
Mrs. M. A. Bailey, 0 Charles street,
Haverhill, Mass. ,
" I have been using Ayer's Hair Vigor
for several years, and believe that it has
caused my hair to retain its natural
color." Mrs. H. J. King, Dealer in
Dry Goods, &&, Blshoprille, Md.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Ttarisaatxr
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mat.
Sold by DrogjUU and Perf omera.
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BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA.
150 CUPS FOB .
CHOICEST, PXJBEST, BEBTV
.jeM-xrrr v-.-r
TRTTT.
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' )IB'EIGHT-HOUB BADGK
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Circulated y tho Jtredtrnttsn Comeaesaer-
llve ft the Movement.
The newbadze of tho American Federation of
Labor is a disk of copper or gold, abont half an
inch in diameter. Tee facoi enameled, to rep
resent a hemisphere, in
blue and black, and has
eight meridians ontlined in
jet. The latter Indicate the
the demand of the a eaera-
tlon for a workday re
stricted to eifht hours.
Surmounting the hemi
sphere Is a scroll with "A.
F of I" Inscribed there
on, and underneath a pen
nant cornea the legend, "labor Omnia Vindt."
The figure 8-' stands out prominently at the
top and the word "hoars" is discerned be
neath. More than 100.000 of these badges
have already been Issued,
lengthened reference baa already been made
n these columns to the attitude of the Boston
convention on me question oi ijis wnuvuuur
workday. It has decided that May I shall see
the enforcement of the eight-hour workday
among such trader as tho Executive Board
may select. The board will try to effect this
movement by co-operation with the employers,
but ahonldtbls not prove successful recourse
will be had to a trial of strength.
while the Federation is preoared to assise
every trade in obtaining the eight-hour day, it
does not take the position of dictation to any
that It shall proceed to agitate for the short
day or. -as to the means any trade shall em
ploy to obtain the desired end. It leaves
every trade absolute liberty of choice as to
whether or not it shall go in for eight hours.
Provision has been made for the accumulation
of a fund to provide for any contingencies that
may arise In seeking to sustain -any trade at
tempting to eain the elght-bonr day. A2-cent
weekly per capita tax will be levied Irom
members of the A. F. of L., beginning with the
first of the year and continuing up to the 1st
of May for this purpose. How this tax will
affect workers in this country affiliated with
the Federation has already been shown in
these columns.
A Regulator.
A few Hamburg figs will cure the worst cases
of constipation and indigestion, and their occa
sional use will prevent the recurrence of these
troubles. 2i cents. Dose, one fig. Mack
ilrugCON.Y. ttsu
Brlc-n-Brno Stnnda
That will not warp or be affected by natural
gas a few left over, being closed out at
half price prior to stock-taking, by French,
Kendrick Ss Co., 516 Smitbfield street
Some beauties among them. Speak quick
it you want one.
Fbattexheiu & Vilsack'b ale and
porter ore superior beverages. .Call for
them. All dealers 'keep them. Or order
direct 'Phone 1186.
B.&B.
Some artistic chamois photo frames
one-quarter price to-day.
Booos & Buhl.
at
Exceptional bargains in combination
pattern dresses at $7 50. $10 and $12 60 each.
TTSSU HUGTJS & HACKE.
MAERIED.
SPROtJL "W ATSON On December 23. 1889,,
by the Kev. Samuel Maxwell, at Trinity'
Church, Mast W. "Watsow and Feank P.
SPBOtTL. 2
DIED.
BROWN Entered Into rest on Tuesday. De
cember 24, 18S9.- at 1 o'clock. Mrs. AONES
Bnowir, widow of the late John Brown, Br., in
her 90th year.
Funeral from her late residence, No.rf Al
pine avenue, Second ward, Allegheny City, on'
Thttbsday aftebs oon at 2 o'clock. Friends
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. CAPPELL On Wednesday. December 25,
18S8, at 1 p. it. Mrs. Justksa Oappell, aged
63 years 5 months 7 days.
Funeral from her late residence. Home
street, below Butler, on Satubdat, the 28th
Inst., at 3 P. K. 3.
CANNON On Wednesday, December
1SS9, at 5 A. M., Cathebine, daughter ot the
late .Michael and Catherine Cannon, in her 42d
year.
Fnneral from'the residence ot her sister, Mrs.
John Noon, No. 15 Gibbon street, on Thttbs
SAT AFTEMf oow, December 28, at 2-30 o'cloctc
Friends of the family are respectfully invited
to attend.
CARNAHAN On Wednesday, December
25, at 105 a. st, Samuel Cabn ahait, Esq., of
hteuben street, West End, in the 77th year of
his age.
Fnneral from bis late residence, 191 Steuben
street. West End, on Fbxsat, at 10 a. m.
Friends ot the family are respectfully invited
to attend.
DICKSON On Tnesday, December 24, 1889,
at 9 p. m.. Elizabeth, wife of David Dickson,
In her 41th year.
Funeral services at the residence of her hus
band, Greenfield avenue. Twenty-third ward,
city, on Thursday, the 28th instant, at 2
o'clock p. M. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. 2
FLOCKER On Tnesday, December 24, 1889,
at 11 O'clock P. 1L, ALEXANDER ALBERT
Flockee, only son of Alexander and Annie
Kay Flocker, aged J years ana tu months.
Fnneral services at parents residence, Ever
green road, on Thubsdat, December 20, at 2
p. M. Interment private.
HAT At Wheeling. W. Va Tuesdav, De
cember '24, 18S9, WttLiAM Habbt Hat. son
of the late William and Margaret Hay, aged S5
years 1 month.
Fnneral from Union depot Thursday upon
arrival of 9:45 A. M. tram, Panhandle ronte,
from Wheeling, W. Va.
KELLY On Wednesday morning, Decem
ber 25, 1SS9, Archibald Kbt.t.t. In his 82d
year.
Fnneral services at his late residence. No.
1634 Alain street, Sharpsbnrg, on Friday AF
TERXOOir at 2 o'clock. Interment private.
LACOCK Sunday evening, December 22,
18S9,- at 10:50 o'clock, Mrs. Louisa Lacock,
widow of the late Alias E. Lacock, in the 80th
year of her age.
Fnneral from the residence of J. Linnen
brink. This (Thursday) Aftebitoow at half
past 1 o'clock. Friends of therfamily are re
spectfully invited to attend.
LAMKEMEYER On Wednesday, Decern,
ber 25, at 230 o'clock, MABTr daughter ot Wm.
and Kate Lamkemerer, aged 6 years, 10 months
and 8 days.
Funeral F,eiday, December 27, 1889, at 8:80
A. M. from parents' residence, S94S Liberty
avenue. Friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend. , 2
McFARLAND At Sbirland, on Tuesday,
December 24, 1889, at 3 o'clock P. M., Habah.
youngest daughter of the late Alexander and
Margaret McFarland.
Fnneral from the family .residence, on FBI
SAT, December 27, at 10 o'clock A. K. Friends
of the family are respectfully - Invited to at
tend. 2'
SHEDDEN On Tuesday morning, Decem
ber 24. 1SS3, at 905 o'clock, JOHN SHEDDEN, in
his G2d year.
Fnneral from his late residence, Green Tree
borongh, on Fbtdat afternoon at 2 o'clock
prompt. Friends ot the family are respect
fully invited to attend. - Carriages 'will leave
Hershberger's livery stable at 1 o'clock. 3
SWINEHART On Tuesday, December
24, 18S9. at 4 o'clock a. jl, Joseph T. Swike
HABT, in the 23rd year ot his age.
Fnneral from residence of his parents, No.
146 Juniata street, Allegheny City, Thurs
day, .December 28. at 2 p. m. Friends ot the
family invited to attend.- 3
WRIGHT. On Wednesday, December 25,
18S9. at 930 o'clock a. Jt, Habbibt Wbioht,
aged 69 years.
Funeral services at her late residence, Lotos
alley, Eighteenth ward, on Thubsdat after
noon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family 'are
respectfully Invited to attend.
JAMES AKCHIBAIiD A BRO.,
LIVERY AND HALE STABLES.
117, 119 and 138 Third avenne,two doors below'
Bmithneld st, next door to Central Hotel.
Carriages for funerals,S3. Carriageaforoperaa,
parties, io, st the lowest rates. AIT new car
riages. Telephone communication. myl-11-TTS
T EPHESENTEU IN FITT8B0EQ IS ISO.
ASSETS - . XflJlfiUlB.
Insurance Co. of North America.
losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L
JOKES. 51 Fourth arenne.
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WESTERN INSURANCE CO.
OFP1TISDVRQ.
Assets $M8,G01E7
NO. ill WOOD BTKEET. t ' -ALEXANDER
N1M1CK, President 1
JOHN B. JACKSON. Vice Presl'f nt
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BAZAAR BULLETIN
3STO. B.
UR Eighth
annual ; .
Holiday
Bazaar
surpasses all former ones in
its Artistic Elegance, Israeli-,
cal Utility and Unparalleled
Low Prices.
This Rat
tan Chair,
with orwith
out rockers,
at$i 75, we
have in a va
riety of fin
ishes. It is
suitable for
a young girl
or as 0, sew
ing chair.
.This book
case, witn.
closed back and
elaborate cabi
net top and
large capacity
for books, we
have in either
imitation ma
hogany or- an-,
tique' oak, at
$12 (add $2 for
portiere). We are showing 39.
other patterns of plain and
combination bookcases, secre
tary bookcases, etc.
We have just
opened another
lot of this "Old
Colonial" Rock
er in assorted
colors. The seat
is : upholstered
in watered plush
and ornamented
with antique
Mtiln I ' n a wiann
-Jiaus. xiic vuu-vr-S55
der is how it can be made ac
the price $4 50. Our assort
ment ofc Upholstered Rockers;
Leather Chairs and Fancy
Chairs of' all kinds is the
largest in the history of our
Furniture Department
OJcCIiiitock&Co.
33, FIFTH AYE.,
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THE CHRISTMAS RUSH
IB ON EST-
FULL :-: FORCE.
--
Bo your best to come in the morning, be-,
fore NOON if possible, as we can serve yon
much better then 'than laterintheday. How-
ever, if you can't come in the morning,
come in the afternoon.- "We have a large
force and will do our . best to wait on yon
promptly and well.
We are Open in the Even
ings Till 9 O'clock,
And if yon come in can
very nicely.
make purchases
BEE OTJE ELEGANT DISPLAY
. -OF-
Derby, THeriden ahd Sterling
Silver
BRUSHES, COMBS,
MIRRORS, MANICURE SETS,
SHAVING. MUGS,
TRINKETS, Eta
HORNE & WARD,
41 FIFTH AVE.
de!9
SCOTT'S GREAT DISCOVERYI
What I Can Do With it
I can care an ordinary case ot ulceration with
one application, bad cases in two or three. Care
guaranteed to pe permanent. I never fall. Care
sensitive and painful teetb, with exposedncrvea
or pulps, without pain. Can save you thetron-V
bleofpoing to the dentist ny the month for
treatment. Will not discolor your teeth as
other dentists do. X invite troublesomo cases
where other dentists have failed. I wilt cure
yon. To be had only at Dr. C.S. Scott's Dental
Offices, 62a Penn ave., opposite Home's.
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TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from $1 nn. Amalgam, GQc;
diver, 75c; white-alloy, .
GoldCrowns a specialty.
DR. J. M. MoCLAREN,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue.
jeft-TTSu
H. H. DURBIN & CO.,
. .88 FIFTH AygSPK.
"Rieh Jewelry aed Priaeleii Se.
seH'XTgsai
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jfiiiiifr3r
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XXW ABVXBTIBEMnmi.
B. & .B.
Wbdnmdat, Decmber 25.
THURSDAY. MORNING
w ' -
HAND
, KER
CHIEFS "
AKD MTJFFIjEES
THAT WEEE SOILED AND 1TOBSED
DUEING THE
HOLIDAY ETJSH
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. WILL BE ... -
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FIOED.
. When we use the word "SAOEIFICE"
in our. advertisement you know by experi
ence that it means much. No difference
whether it is a 16 cent handkerchief or a f3
one they will be sacrificed Thursday morn
ing. Fancy Holiday Goods
SHABE
THJ&
SAME
FATE.
p
Center counters are- to -be cleared at once,
no difference how Vf' ' '
GEEAT
i
THE
LOSS,
X
As tho room MUST be had for our regular
drygoods business.
Many of yon will want to repay kind
friends with a
New Year's Present
Here's a chance at HALS' PEICE3 and
some less. A sacrifice of holiday goods that
will be so remarkable that It will be quite a
picnic.
Will you come first and get first pick or
the best bargain. ' '
B0GGS & BUHL,
115 117, 119, 121 Federal st. and Park
Way, Allegheny.
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) ATEITTS.
O. D. LEVIS. Solicitor of Patents.
til rifth ayenne, abore JJmtthfield, nextiieider
omee. uxo aeiay.j -tJuiDiuneaai years.
BO25-60
6TEAMEKS AND EiCDRSIOKN.
W:
mTECTAB LIDS-
FOB QUOLNBTOWN AND UVEBPUOU
Koyil and United States Mill Bteamert.
Britannic, Dee. 25, 7iS am
Adriatic, Jan. 1, 2 p m
Celtic, Jan. 8. Sam
Uermanlc, Jan. IS, noon
Britannic, Jan. 22, 6 a m
'Adriatic, Jan. 29, 1 p m
Celtic. Feb. 5, S:30am
Uermanlc, Feb. 12,11 am
From White Star dock, root of Went Tenth at.
Second cabin on tbeae steamers. Saloon rates,
ISO and upward. Second cabin. 35 and upward,
according to steamer and location of berth. Ex
cursion tickets on laTOrable terms. Steerage. K0.
White star drafts payable on demand In all the
principal banks throughout Great Britain. Ap
ply to JCHN J. MCCORMICK, 633 and 1 Smith
field st., IttUbnr?, or J. BKliOE 13MAI, Gen
eral Agent, 41 Broadway, Kew York.
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STATE LINE
To Glasgow, , Belfast, Dublin
and Liverpool. ,
FBOM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage S5 to S50. according to location
of stateroom. Excnrslou S05 to $90.
Steerage to and from nrope at lowest Bates.
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., General Agents,
63 Broadway, MewYoric.
j.j. Mccormick. Afleni,
639 and 401 Smithfield St., PlHsfiaro, Pa.
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AMERICAN LINE,
Balling eyery Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations lor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, eta
PETER WRIGHT & BONS,
General agents, 07 Walnut sL, Philadelphia.
Fall inf onnatlon can be had of J. J. MoCOR
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfield street.
LOUIS MOESER, 618 Smithfield street.
mhlS-60-TT3
BISTA.P ISTD. IS:
Ladies' solid gold watches, Elgin stem winding movements, cases encrusted with genuine
diamonds. HO 00; ladies' solid gold watches. American movements, richly engraved cases, S25 00.
Ladles' solid gold watches, stem winders and setters, Geneva movements, $9 00, 111 50, tl5 00
and S17 60, all warranted for time and quality.
Genu' solid gold Watches. American movements, f 19 00 to 340 CO. Gents' gold filled watches,
Elgin, Waltham or Springfield, from J13 60 to $20 00; cases warranted for 20 years' wear.
Boys' watches, solid sUver, 75. S6 SU, t8 00. . v
Ladies' Chatelaine watches from S3 50 to $C5 00.
K. SIMD?T, 934
P. S. AH the latest novelties in silverware,
for Christmas presents. '
n ITinkl W. L. Douglas' name and tne price ore stamped on the bottom ot as
wrtU I I J IX Shoes advertised By h Im before leaving his factory; this protects the
wearers against high prises and Inferior goods. Take none unless so stamped, nor be deceived
by others claimed to be as good, on which dealers make more profit, but send direct to factory,
and receive by return mall what you want. State kind, button, congress or lace, wide or narrow
toe,' size and width usually worn, and inclose price with order. Prompt delivery and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Address, W. L. DOUGLAS, Brbckion, Matt.
appEjKEjaJBBaJBSJBBW
aBIR
$5,000
The
12 OO
S2 00
All Bade in Cosgrees, Button and Laee.
W. L. DOUGLAS S3 AND $2 SHOES dZ,
Both Cadleanihoes are made In slaeeTronx 1 to 7, including half sizes, and B, C, D, E and ES
widths. .
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
"The French Opera," "The Spanish Arch Opera," ''The Amerlean Common-Sente," "The
Medium Common-Sente." All made in Button in the Latest Styles. Alto, French Opera la
Front Lace, oa $3 Shoe only.
fePtrriAl W. L.DOUULAS S3 GRAIN SHOE (laoed) for Oenllemen, With heavy tap aol
grbUlAli aodttrlctly waterproof. I. jt out W. L. D0U8LA8, Brockton, Mas.
' . H. J. a.K.L.rortir.flfth fc4 Baeler
carter, ra fim avenue, js. v. B-perDer. imt carsea sweet, la AiHgaeayuwy, By
mvitti stteot, mi S. Q,jB.oihma, 72 Rebeoe stmt,
NEW ABTEBMTWSMESfW.
is, &i
SPECIAL OOLL SALE, ..
SPECIAL TOY SALE.
SPECIAL8D0K and GAME SALE
Special sale of all Holiday Goods on
Tuesday. Open Wednesday
until 12 o'clock noon,
CLOAK DEPARTMENT
(SECOND FLOOB.)
The continued warm weath
er necessitates a still further
cut in our Prices of Cloaks,
Wraps and Jackets. Here are
some prices to judge by:
Flush Jackets WQre $12, now
$6.
Plush Wraps were $25, now
$15. -
Plush Sacques were $30, now
$20.
Newmarkets were $12, now
$5 75.
Ladies1 Beaver Jackets were
$10, now $5 49.
Every Garment in Our
Cloak Department has been
marked down regardless of
cost.
!
Come in the Forenoon and Avoid
the Rush.
Open Evenings Until Christmas.
DANZIGER'S
POPULAR STORES,
Sixth Street and Penn Ave.
dea
COME QUICKLY.
Dnrlnp the rash and excitement of the holi
day barms; some of onr coods were slightry
soiled, some REALLY CHOICE articles were
overlooked in the hurry, and then there are
odds and ends in nearly every one ot oar de
partments. The merest mention must do for
the wholo lot, bat they are here, and jnst let as
whisper 'in yoar ear. we don't mean to keep
them lor another holiday season. So, we say,
come. ONLY COME QUICKLY, and get your
pick and choice for next to nothing of
Dolls slightly soiled,
Odds and ends in Games and Toys,
Some beautiful things in oar Art De
partment. '
Choice bits In China and Bric-a-brac,
Lovely Pictures and Handsome Mir
rors, And a.good variety of Books, eta.etc.,
etc.
It looks like a biggish lot, bat they will all
be gone in a day or two. Don't lose this op
portunity. FMshman & Co.,
PITTSBURG. PA.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
de25
Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield,
clocks and jewelry of every description suitable
del5-TTS3n
W. L. DOUGLAS
H0 OrlVfcl GENTLEMEN.
Our claimi for this shoe over til other $3 aboes
advertised are:
It contains better mtiariat.
It is mors stylish, better filling and durable.
It gives better general aatiifaetion.
It saves more money for the conjumar.
Its great sveeeta la doa to merit.
It cannot be duplicated by any other manofas
turer. It It the best In the world, and has t larger de.
ntand than anv other S3 shoe advertised.
wm no paia 10 any person wno win
prove the above statements to be untrue.
..t . . .
f ollowintr line ot shoes will be found to be of
rii
the same high standard of excellence.
SS 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
J4 00 HAND.SEWED WELT SHOE.
S3 50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
S2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
S2 25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE.
ODOD.WEAR SHOE.
and SI 75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES..
streets. J N. Frotaiag, a SWk
JOir JtBTBDISOBRM.
SRANOPERFORMANGEDILI
G.USKY
GREAT CORNER
Prof. Hampton
Performing Dogs,
Cats and Goats.
THE MOST NOVEL EXHIBITION OP THE DAY.
WE'RE THROUGH
LET US TALE OF
In order to be up
extraordinary reductions
Men's, Boys'
CLOTHING.
::: ANY DAY THIS WEEK CHOICE FOR
SlO (DlsTTTT.
Men's Salts, sriitable for either
frook styles; Men's Overcoats of eltner smootn or rougn-racea goods
for $10 only. The stores that are doing scrmuoh blowing about thelrj
grand bargains (?) cannot begin to
mase-up unaer visa, 914 ana even 9x0. -
Men's very stylish Suits this week for $12 and'
$15 only. Men's, very stylish Overcoats this week:
for $12, $14 and $15 only.
You can't even, begin to form a value of these goods until you see 'em.j. ;
NEW TEAR'S GIFTS FOR THE B0MJ,
Thousands of Children's Suits and Overcoats atfi
$2, $3 and $4. Thousands of Big Boys' Suits andJ
Overcoats at $3 50, $5,
Special: i,uuu aii-wooi Bnorc-Jfant suits, mj
colors and newest shapes, your choice this week forj
$5- only. Choice of 1,000 handsome Overcoats witnj
Capes, $3 50 only.
Extra: 900, Big Boys'
suit (stylish) worth1 under
this week for $6 only.
stylish Overcoats also for
NEW YEAR'S GIFTS:
TTTirDDT7TT A Q f every sort
U JliJDJiiliLLAO of quaint, odd,
novel, rioh and beautiful handles.
Superior quality and lowest prices.
CTirriTTT'Mr' Jackets reduced to
OilLUIVli J 54, 85, 88, 88, 810
and 812. Choice from a beautiful
and fashionable stock and assort
ment that'll suit all tastes.
TiPT?QQTn Gowub in the
UliXLOOlllJ greatest variety
at 85, 87, 88, 810, 812 and 815.
Such low nrices and errand quali
ties only go harid in- hand in our
store.
QT TDDT?P C o every kind for
OMl LUiiXU Men, Iiadies and
Children. Velvet embroidered
Slippers all the way up from 65c
to 83 50. We're making a grand
show of Slippers this year.
NEWTEAR'S GIFTS:
QTT TT Mufflers. In the very
UlLiJi. choicest designs in both
"domestio and foreign weaves.
Prioes: 49o to 85. Cassimere
Mufflers, 24o to 81 24.
AP7T Boxes in plushj also em
VlliL bossed leather, best
grades of fittings and finest satin
linings: 34o to 87 60.
flTATTTJQ Fine Dresa Kid for
JuJ I JCOi gentlemen, all the
newest shades, 74c to 81 3. Also
Gloves in Cloth, Sootcn Wool,
finest Jersey, Seal, Beaver, Otter,
etc.
"nDTJCCTATn Sots, containing
1IlJllJOllXu' brush, comb and
mirror, in neat plain or fancy plush j
cases. Prices: 99o to 84. I
NEV7 YEAR'S GIFTS:
SILK SCARFS. "HST
Silk, Satin or Plush Scarfs, 48c.
Fine Scarfs put up singly in fancy
bos, 09o tojl 49.
TTVrjrp r j j Handkerohlefia, (one
11HJ.11J1.U half dozen) put up in
fancy imported box, 81 38 and
82 75 per box. "
TF.RSTT.Y and Stockinette Jaok
dJiJllOJJi etS( black, brown
and mode colors: 82 74, $3 24,
$3 75 and 84 50.
nATJDTn-ATNT Jaok8ts' ta wo01,
UiillL'lUiUX worsted and nat
ural wool, plain or fancy front.
Prices: 74a to 84 24.
'
If vou haven't seen the Christmas number of our ,Wasrtr4Mll
Monthly" you've miased a-treat Be
any address) or call at our store and
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if, T WV'W m. m, r
va-
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J MAX wiVm
SHOW WINET01
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&nd His TroupeJ
-ov-
Geese, Monkeys!
WITH CHRISTMAS!
so - 'fZ'
NEW TEAR'S GIFTS
with the times we've madej
in
and Children's
dress or business wear, in sack andj
equal these for quality and general
$6 and $8.
Long-Paint Suits, not al
$9 and $10, your chence!
Choice of 600 Big- BoyaJ
$6 only.
rT?A"WPV SUk Vests, extremely
JCiLW J I fashionable and worn?
by the best and most stylish dreea .
era or tne dav. Frices: 83 6U. 84ft.i-;
8o and 8o.
QT? A T OaP3 for Men at 52 24S
UXiXLiJ 83 98, 84 39 up to 812.1
All the latest and most approvedf
styles and you have choice froml
a stock greater than youui nndl
elsewhere. .
SMOKLTC
Caps, beautifully
embroidered, alls
nrtnnn frnm 4Qn tn SI OB Onn off I
tho cheapest yet most appropriata;
'fti?
CTTCT)T?AT"nT?'DQ Silk, SatmS
u U Ol. jjxMJIjIiu. Plain and
Embroidered. Mounted with gold!
plaited buckles; all prices froml
74oto82 98.
QTTAVTP Sets in all styles?..
Ollrt V 111 U and shapes; plusbi3
or leather coverings. Complete'.-j
fittings, frices: 740 to 1L
If A "TTriTTDT? Sets, in oxidteedi
HI rl 1 J U lliij silver, amberSI
and celluloid fittings, mounted ini
handsome plush cases. Fricea:
99o to 88 60.
ClmTTT?DC Sets, completed
OilLVJll!illiJ embraoinfir all that
necessaries. As elegant a present!
aa any one could make, prices;
74o to 83 50.
QTT T7" Handkerchiefs, all prioei
UJUUUL from 24o to 82 24. Thai
orioioest of natterns. everv nrro-alt
anri every color of the rainbow'.
POCKETBOOKS,
plain oh
fancy oov-a
ered. Thousands of them. ForJ
either Ladles or gentlemen. PricesC!
24oto83.
TOT TEUMS.
A moe preewa
entforalittlal
srirl Don't von know a little Hrirl
to whom you'd like to give a Toy!
Trunfe?
S A fPnm?.T.S ia Alligator,
kJX-J-v'ii-l-"JkJ Split-leather
Sheepskin, Canvas, Duok
Rubber. Prices: 49o to 815.
nmRBAIta an. -
-"-'' j-fcvflRrf Tnn.tATin.iB auad
all TJrioee from 74c to SIO. Vs
sure you write for it (sent frNM
receive same Free or onargev
GRAND BARGAIN STORi
M ti 400 Market siriti
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