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THE SCR ANTON" TRIBUNE "MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1. "5, 1894.
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How can we sell
Muffs at this price? 1
We must have the
room and all i urs
must go regardles; of what
they cost. We stiil have a
good assortment of Fine
41 AO F0R LADIES'
W HK JACKET.
Vl-VU Black Cheviot
m 4 AA Umbrella back, I
Tl,ment and well
worth double the money. We 1
have some very good styles
left in Fine Garments,
A CHILDREN'S UN
Our stock of Chil
li dren's Fnderwear is
IP much larger than we
want to carry, so have
cut the pricn deep to close.
White, ()C. upward. Scarlet
and Gray at cost.
rM LADIES' AND
fin MEN'3 UNDER
nP in this department
VUi f;ver offered. Ml
grades of White, Gray and
Scarlet; price astonishes.
$16.75 no 3
128 Wyoming Ava.
906 South Wtahinoton Avenue,
Conttifftor nud Viullclnror Tonorets FliigKi ne,
Concrete Block, Potato. Butter nni) ('on!
Him, Wet Cetluri UrM up. OnUtN majr b
left ui Ttiompxon Pratt, Will ainx b 'o,
Mnin mill Eyooii titrwte. or ab Hoaiiton
Move Wurlf. Alio Piiuuilatiuiii, t'ltturun.
Fik Wire Tuuucla and Cu Jln. r'luggiuu tor
PICTURES IN WHICH THIS COUNTRY
LEADS THE WORLD.
The Growth of Lithography untl Ita It- !..
tloa to the Art of .AdvvrtUliiK Theatrlcul
Attrartluua lion tha llutinum, Una lleco
The American poster has utterly changed
ks standing biiu;e the printers have been
producing their work by Uthographr, It
Lai become an urtlstio creation. Wood
cuts may b a-i fine and delicate as etch
ings, but in potter Work they depended on
their COareen ett, They needed to be bold
and conspicuous, anil the printing of them
required nich A greftt uruount ot ink that
any line work that might have been done
upon them would have Clogged up and be
come a great blot. The old fashioned poster
picture was always a wood cut and was
always coarse Hnd rud:
With the advent of lithography into t.e
bttaiscsi not only artistic drawing but bt
liant color effects became jiossible. The
Americans found few artists hen- w ho were
accustomed to the work. There fart fa
mous painters who were masterly In their
use of colors, but it was not po"lble to em
ploy them in a calling that had not then
attracted wido attention and that in all
probability uerer will rank nearer than
cousinship to high art. Moreover, lithog
raphy il a science by itself, it does nut
permit tha execution of the design that is
aimed at. It requires the artlt to reach
an efi'ett indirectly by drawing a picture
as a looking glass reflects a figure, with the
l ight side of thevtone making the left side
of tho finished work. The best artists who
have mastered this t rich are the cartoon i ts
upon the leading weekly pa pen that pro
duce picture:, in colors.
The number of men who ff re colupetant
to produce the American poster of today
eras Very small When the printers took up
lithography. Kurupe, however, was a rich
treasury of clever aNftHnen and iplor
ists, who were trained to lithographic work.
To Europe the American poster printers
went tor their talent, and the cousetj ux-nee
has been that today the leading poster art
ists iu this country are nearly all Euro
peans. They arc Frenchmen, Germans and
Kussians. They have been imported in
this country as bial us they have attracted
attention in their own capitals, and the
custom of recruiting their ranks with men
of their own nationalities still goes on.
The American poster is, therefore, In one
sense a foreign prud.ict. The artlst9, the
process, the lithographic stones all lire
brought from abroad. Even some of the
paper in use on the dead walls of the coun
tr, .though made hero, is manufactured of
liber I hat is imported.
Hut the finished product of this foreign
combination is as truly American as the
enterprise and judgment that led up to it.
So American Is our po.'.ter, in fact, that to
day the most at tractive fence and wall ad
vertising done in Loudon, I'arlt, Madrid
and Berlin is printed in Cincinnati and New
York. It is not merely the ilaruum circus,
the Kiralfy spei tacle or the series of Yan
kee patent medicines that are thus exploit-.
1 l.o.i' m I The Europeans themselves sriul
hen: to get their posters. It is a curious
circumstance that the same artist who iu
Pit! I tinned out an artistic but old fash
iuued, unattractive little placard now scuds
from America to the same Paris tirm the
stunning, showy, beautiful designs that are
everywhere classified as American.
There are no secrets in the making of tho
new style poster except that the biggest,
most successful pnuters are those that em
ploy the b'jst talent, show the most enter
prise and spend the most money for the
best matetii'.ls and machinery. They give
out the figure work to the figure men, the
lettering to the best designers, the color
work to the men whose xklll as colorist
has attracted wide attention. Tbey pay
good wages. There are poster artists who
in '- getting $15,000 a year, or perhaps more
than any painter or Illustrator ou any mag
azine or iu aur studio in Uil cill-
The fidelity of the likenesses to the
originals iu the theatrical bills is due to
photography. There are no portrait paint
ers in the new poster shops. The actor or
actress who is to be portrayed us in the
lusu of the famous portraits of Mr. Crane
as the Senator and Johnstone liennett as
Jane were, if they are like the rest of their
kind, photographed up to the required size.
and then the photograph w'us used as the
IDAL LIFE IN A CLUB.
What Membership la a Metropolitan So
cial ii sanitation Mean.
I By union of financial and social forces,
I club conditions hare been created that to
Individuals would bo absolutely impossi
ble. 'All one has to do to secure their per-.
feet fulfillment in his particular case is to
basisofthcilrawingorpaintiug. Kfl'ectlve i pay his dues and observe the few simple
scenes and situations are seen by the artist
in tho same way that any spectator in an
orchestra chair sees theiu, except that the
actors and actresses often pose for him
alone, and their photographs are carried
away by him iu his notebook.
' It has bcensniil that nearly all the lead
ing poster artists are foreigners. It is true
therefore that a few ary Americans. One
of the very best of them, whose figure work
attracted (ride attention, wns a .Mr. ("raue,
who until lately lived and worked In this
city, and there are now in town at least
two other first class figure men, who, like
half a dozen famous painters and illus
trators, graduated from the art depart
ment of the now defuuet Daily Graphic.
To step aside from I he actual poster, there
are found iu the workshops of the great
bank Hole companies other Americans, em
ployed as designer In the main. The good
work done on our deed Weill has wrested
praise from tho men who ure engaged In
the higher lines of ertilt industry. It was
at a dinner to Henry X, Abbey, when the
best artists In the country were present, n
couple of years aioi, that a toast, was drunk
to the American sister. With no un
healthy prejudice to break down, and in
view of the money that tho printers are
(pending, it is safe to predict that Amer
icans will eonl ribute more and more to the
glory and mccess of our poster uulil ut
last it will be Americas in fact, from its
ink .surface to tin- paste on its hftck, with
ull which that implies. -New York Sun.
Small, bill Terfe t.
In sour paste, vinegar, the melt of a cod
fish, or even in water iu which decayed veg
etables have been infused, the microscope
reveals aniinalculi Mliitleuniiiials)so small
that milliontof them Mould not equal a
common grain of wheat iu bulk. And yet
nalurcwith singular prodigality has sup
plied insiiy of these minute creatures with
organs ns complete and perfect, as those oT
ft whale or Ml elephant. Iu a single ounce
Of such matter tin' are more living crea
tures Hum there ure human beings on the
latoof the globe! -St. Louis Republic.
Kept Mini Busy.
Mrs. Pennyroyal Your mother tells me
rules that underlie his peace. Bv bis choice
uf u club It is assumed that the conditions
there arc those he most desires. If ho finds
himself mistaken, he is at liberty to shake
ull the shackles ut u small cost and try
over again elsewhere.
After admission, whicfti secures to 1dm
MOgtnlftl environment, he takes his own
I pace and forms his own associations. Aft
er that his life is as near happiness ns it is
I possible (or material influence to bring a
j mortal. One iu possession of ft perfect
I home may still make sensible and proper
; use of the club, while fur the one huviug no
home It is u pi hoc of refuge and u palace of
I peace. By uu entrance feu of a few dollars
I and n trifiitiK annual payment a man may
, enjoy the privilege! of an institution whose
I income and expenditures are enormous.
! Keen under a wasteful management, one
bus t he privilege of living iu a house worth
many thousands of dollars iu ft way that
seems impossible in a private house.
; Each one has the same right ns the other.
The house practically belongs to the lnetn
I ber. Hundreds of perfectly trained serv
i ants of various grades are employed with
out thought on the part of a member.
I These, prohibited from accepting fees, serve
' all alike iu view of the generous wages paid
laud the voluntary subscription which nt
holiday limes is distributed among them.
Tho whole management is so arranged that
all runs us if bv clockwork, t'l' iming,
sweeping, etc. , are done out of sight of mem
bers. All iipplinncea are first class and of
the beet description, Nothing is ever out,
of repair, there is no dust or dirt anyw here,
aud some one is always within call.
Letters are stamped as received to the ex-
act minute by an automatic clock, while
lite strife is rigorously excluded, it invisi
bly pulsatrs In the very heart of the club.
There are telephone connections, telegraph
reporters fur stocks, carriages within call
furnished nt moderate charges uud free
from suspicion of extortion, uud burner at
tentions w hich are confined to members of
the "household." There arc dining rooms
where the most perfect service is furnished
at moderate rates, and private rooms where
one may give entertainments of such char
acter us he may choose to pay for. There
is u library with hunuredsuf volumes, such
you went to church for the first time last us one might select lor private use, uud a
Sundav, Bobble. How did you like Itr reading room where all papers- dailv,
Bobble Oh, it wus nice enough, but I weekly, monthly, quarterly -and In all lan
mwsha 0,1,1 ma 10 hnioiri.,m.l do inst what guagi-s may he found, an well as an almn-
Mrs. Pennyroyal Well, that wasn't so
very difficult, was it
Bobbin-Yes'm; 1 had to crane my neck
around all the time to see what every other
woman iu the congregation had ou. --Detroit
According lo an authority on the subject,
there is a great deal of character Iu a man's
mustache. When tiie mustache is ragged
mid, as it were, (lying hither and thither,
there is a lack of proper self control on tho
port of the owner. If then- Is a tendency
to curl at the outer ends of the mustache,
there Is a tendency to ambition, vanity and
display. When the curl turns upwind,
there Is a geniality combined with a love of
approbation. When the Inclination la down
ward, there is a more sedate, turn of mind,
not accompanied with gloom. Exchange.
Tt" esrller symptoms of dyspepsia, such
as distress after oatiog, beartbum, and
occasional headaches, should not be ne
glected. Take Hood's Harsaparilla and be
HooPt Pills are tha best family cathartic
and liver medicine. Harmless, reliable,
dance of stationery. In payment, of any ex
tra debts incurred one simply -ions a cheek
when he Is furnished with vouchers for ull
he has ordered. Everything is looked after.
Then there is special entertainment from
time to time.
Good breeding, correct liehnvior and
strict, courtesy uro the club atmosphere.
No mutter how extended the membership
limit muy be, there Is no Interference, us
each uses the privilege only occasionally,
fcbjmo use It only during the summer
mouths, when their families are out of
town; some drop In but to get n glance at
the papers soma visit hut seldom, while
others make the house their regular head
quarters. There Is always a view from the
windows and some olio iutcrrstiug with
whom to converse. The club furnishes a
good place lo make business or social ap
pointments. While all messages are
prompt ly and safely cared for, addresses
ure guarded from intruders, and once one
passes through the doors he Is absolutely
safe from interruptions. In most clubs
the billiard table, card tabic bowling alley,
pool and chessromns add to without tak
ing anything from the desirability of tho
place. New York Club.
driving, hue one dark night, over a strange
road. A violent rain hud been falling, and
the highway was badly washed. Presently
his horse, u Vermont Morgan, made a leup
and crushed through what seemed to be the
upper branches of a tree, taking the gig
with him. Half a mile farther on he made
another jump, there came a crash and shiv
er, the gig reeled oveT another tree, poised
for a moment ou one wheel and righted
itself as the horse resumed his trot.
by this time the doctor knew he must be
near a river w ith high banks, for he could
hear the water roaring on the rocks below.
Now the horse came to a dead stop and re
lused to cross the bridge. The doctor
urged him forward, and he took a few
steps, only to move hack In his tracks.
This was twice repeated. Finally, vexed
at such uuusuul obstiuncy, the doctor
struck him with the whip. The horse
squealed w it h disgust, shook his head, ad
vanced as before and backed again.
Now, at last thedoctor alighted and went
forwanl to rt connoiter. This was what he
saw: The flooring of the bridge had been
completely swept away by the florid. Noth
ing was left but the sleepers running from
bank tO hank, and It was on one of these
that the horse had walked out as far as he
could w ith safety to the gig aud its occu
pant. The obstruct ions which the roadster had
jumped Were brush lelices put Up to stop
travel ou the highwuy until the bridge
could be repaired "Koad, Track uud
TroUSseau'S Heroic t o.t.
Trousseau became aware that he wo- the
victim of ft cancer, uu "nutodlugnosis,"
which Dieulafoy was sorrowfully compelled
He went on, however, though eaten up
by cares of many kinds, with unabated
tearfulness, seeing his patients in the
mottling und receiving his guests In the
evening and saying nothingofhisdlseu.se.
When forced to lake to his bed, he contin
ued to receive visitors, to whom haapoka
in t lie tone ot one suffering from slight in
disposition. When racked with pain, he
would say to the professional brethren urliu
attended hint, "Let US hve a little intel
lectual gymnastics." and would straight
way start a discussion mi some medical
One of the very Inst ai ls of his life was to
get Neliilou to obtain a distinct ion for a
provincial confrere fur whom he had a re
gard. A truly heroic death, made bcauli
fill by a self sHcrilicing and euduring cour
age under prolonged mental and bodily an
guish, beside which the mere pluckxufthe
"combatant" shows poor ludeed British
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic suhstance. It is a harmless substitute
for Pnregoric, DropsSoothine Syrups and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantco is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms aud allays
feverishucss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and W ind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething; troubles cures constipation aud flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
aud bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Pauacea-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an IXOSUsUt medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their chiKlren."
Da. G. C. Osaoon,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which 1 am acquainted. 1 hope the day is not
far distant when mothers wil Iconslder the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria In
stead of the vnrlousqunek nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down t"ielr throats-,, thereby sending
tin-in to preinauire grsres."
Dr.. J. F. KisrHttot,
" Castoria Is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend it ussuperiortoany prescription
know n to me."
n. A. Archir, M. D.,
Ill Fo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in tho children's depart
nient have spoken highly of their expori
cuce In their outside practice with ("astorut.
and although we only hare aioouB ou:
medical supplies what is known as reftulat
products, yet we are free to confess that th
merits of Castoria has woa us to look wlUi
favor upon it."
Unitko Hospital no Pispsssarv,
Au ks C. Saita. Pres.,
An Intelligent Animal,
country physician says that he was
Agonies or Street Car Riding.
Did you ever stand 10, 15, "" minutes ou
the turbstone waiting for "your car," only
to learn when you Inquired of the right
one that that line of ears now runs on an
other route? Hid you ever hnse a fleeting
car, nud w hen you were firmly packed in,
hanging to a strap, with your fare paid,
see another of that same liue just btiduil
with vacant seats gilloref
Ucccham's pills arc f
liliousncss, bilious headache
lyspepsia, heartburn, lorpi
iYcr, dizziness, sick he.u
iche, bad lastc in the moutl
oated tongue, loss of appt
ile, sallow skin, w hen canst
y constipation; and consti
patios is the most frtqueni
cause of all of them.
Hook free; pills 25c. At
drugstores, or write 13. F.Allen
Co.,365 Canal St., New York.
The Centanr Company, Tl Murray Straet, Now York City.
133 Penn Avenue,
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, JAN, 15.
A CHANCE to buy at your own price
1 Y Hardware, Saws, Hammers, Tinware,
Lamps, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, Fancy
a nd Other Goods.
Sign Reel Flag.