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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1892.
Boat Bace Proposed for the
English, and American
'Varsity Crews as
tfOBLD'S FAIR EEATUBE.
G. Spalding Has Hopes That the
Event Will Take Place.
SUMS OP GUTTEKBERG RACES.
Fixed for the Big Battle Between
Hall and Fitzsimmons.
SERAL EPORTING KEWS OP THE D1I
tSTECIXt. TELrGIlAM TO THE DISFATCII.1
hicago, Dec la Amateur and pro
ional sporting people were all delighted
e to-day when it was learned that there
possibility of a. boat race at the World's
r between the winning crews of the Oi
1 and Cambridge and Vale and Harvard
tests. A. G. Spalding is very much in
sted in the matter, and his efl'orts to
e such a raca take place are aided by
e influential citizens.
s's proposed that the race take place In
. city or near it as possible. The Yale
Harvard authorities have already
tten'v the Chicago authorities, asking
U kind, of a course could be obtained in
about Nj'hicago. Every possible effort
I be made to arrange matters so that the
can take place here.
is understood that the Yale and Har
1 crens are quite willing to have the
!os:d race take place. A gentleman
is in a position to know stated that the
mng crew of the Oxford and Cambridge
would certainly be willing to come
'uring a conversation on the matter to
A. G. Spaldine said: "The event would
or opinion be the greatest athletic event
- held anywhere in the world. It would
set thousands and thousands of people
a all oer the countrv. Most certainly
will do all we can to have the race here,
ink we can get a suitable course."
SACISG AT GUITEKBEEG.
Iters nave a Better Day and the Racing
rrxxBEito, Dec. 13. Special. Backers
a tn-.icli better time of it to-day as each
ner was well backed. The finishes were
J and the attendance large. Summaries:
-rt race, parse J;M. of -which JSO to second
i a Iiorses. five furlongs-I.uray 103. McDer-
. art: Lllu K 100, II. rennj-. second; Fox-
lli Hill, third. Harry Ireland 11 Frank
BlacLlocL. Hi Menthol 115. Gloriana Its and
j. 18.- at60 ran. Time. 10H. lScttlnc: Luray,
and 2 to 5: Lillie K. Stoland 4io5; Foiford.
and & to 5. liarn Ireland. 60 to 1 and SO to 1:
k I. , to 1 and 20 lo 1: llltcklock. 4 to 1 and 7
Menthol 4010 1 and ir to 1: olorlaua, 60 to 1
3lul: Enola, aOiol and 15 to 1.
.mlraei-. purse 400, or which 50 to second,
erto be .old, six furlonrs Azrael 103. T.
u. first; llerwin 10S, JIcDermott, second;
Mwpper lie. Martin, third Jack Roc 118.
-.! ML s retliread 101), Gladlatur 104. Lallan
xnDjkeiei and Maria Moopj 91. aim ran.
. !::. Bitthie Azrael 7 to 10 and out: Btr-
5 to I an: fe tos: WooJchopper. 6 to 1 and 2 to
V Hose, l; to 1 and 4 to 1: l)rusl. 30 to 1 and
.tbecl'irea-l. Od to 1 and 20 to 1; Gladlatur. 40
ad IS to 1: I.illah. li toj and 6 to 1; Van Dyke,
1 andSOtol; ManaStoop. 20 to laci8tol.
nS race, parse I5C0, of which f50 to second,
ues aud allowances, six and a half fur-
lli7:nll J. Uarrctt, first; Lord Harry
UftMard, second: Greenwich 92. Gnflltt, third.
Kellel'C. Alarmsj. Trinlty95. Prince How-
asd JJec: a so ran. Time. 1:22. Belling:
n. 7 to 2 and 4 to 5: I ord Harry, 2 to 1 and 3
t.recnwlch, S to 1 aid v to 5: Miss lielle. S to 1
.a 1: M.irm id. to 1 and 33 to 1; Trinity, 4 to 1
i ' : 1'rince lion arc, 30 to 1 and 10 to 1; XZlect,
, 1 ai,d 30 lo 1.
unhran', purse 3103, of which 153 to second,
-iear-lds winner to he sold, four and onc
,or!o:i;s -bLadli !o, GrlSln. first: Vocalize
Uoirihuc, second; Helen ICn. McDermott,
Fluret 103, Miss ri'-lierlOl and Susie Fuller
g 9S. also ran. Time, :W lleitlue:
tf, 3 to5and out. Vocalize, lOtol and 3 to 1;
5 to land 6 to 5: 1 ldceU 5 toi and 8 to E;
-Islier, 12 lit 1 and 4 to 1; buslc Fuller gelding,
and U to 1.
-u race, purse ?S00. of which 30 to second,
r to be sold, one mile and an eighth Klrk
"k. Martin. flrst:Mienandoahl05. J McGlone.
I: Prince Fonunatus 112. l.nrrissy. third.
iac 106. Glcnlochy 102, Tasso 89 and MolUe
63 also ran. Tine, 1:51. Jleltlnjj Klrkover,
.. and out: Shenandoah. 0 to 1 and 20tol;
e Fortu.iatus. 6 to 1 and G to 5: Frontenac. 30
i .d to 1 : G Iriiloclii . 20 to 1 and S to 1 ; Tasso,
and 6 to 5: MoUle Dls, ICO to 1 and 30 to I.
a race, puree 5400. l which S75 to second.
r to be sold. eeu lunongs -Rob Sutherland
-- iedi.ter. firt. Hesperus luu. Sweeney, second;
Ucs 115. ll 1'cnui. third. Headlight 122, He
- 121, Brown Cnarlle IIS. Edmund Connolly
delina 120, Qjariermaster 113, Alma T. 112.
nh So also tu. Time, UK't. Betting Bob
liand. 4 to 1 and 7 to S: Hesperus. 8 to 1 and 3
oBzales. 4 -o 1 and 8 to I: Headlight, 7 to 1
ti 1: Kenorse. 5 to i and 8 to 5: Brown
' 7 to 1 ard 2 to 1 : Edmund Connolly. 12 to 1
t lo 1: Alina.40tol andl2tol; (Juirter-
r. 12 to land 4 to I; Alma T., 7 to land 2 to 1;
3 lo 1 am 6 to I.
To-OajB GottenberR Card.
osviLli. Dec.13. aeaot Tlio follow
pools vere sold ueie this cvenlns on to
rowsaces at Guttenbers:
r-t rar flTe-tighthsof a mile, selling, mald--ilaereo
no JJ: Jerquct 105. fo; Jupiter 100,
irraos 1O0. !2. Bcrraln UW. SJ: l.aurenska 97,
J.ckiotSo. $.; Oliver iwlst Sj. tZ; lopcka 95.
cS3. Si: Anna W92. ?J; Itcuu.92, tlO; Lady
ml ri t-; Avola 32. J2.
ond race, lour and one-half fnrlongs. selling,
l lis Uou't Knon 112, Irlinla colt 108 Car-
!. Blurhlrd (late Bluebird colt) 103, Dr-
! Lirzli- IKS, L'zzle 1 10.. Siwt K4. Post
lttl. iliaiii or ?ail 102. Ada lt. Kindness
. -upen-fillv3'(. FlorlneSJ: no pooling.
Iraci-. Ilve-elgiithsofaiiille. selling Uold-
IO Sin- ltirk II ir. S3: Frank I. 10S. 3;
- tte 1M. 58: Atlas 107. J3: Charlie Wilson 103,
mmaiiT Hall 103. $3.
la race, live-eighths of n mile. selling
John 112. $io: fold stream 112, ?3. Bon Vor
. n; I J l' ie. ?10: Mauder 10S. p: Glen
5. 3; Mart 10. f3: Walter Kelm 103, H.
i race, three-quarters of a mile, handicap
monlo 111. f 10; Burlington 119. S20: Lord
v 10. ?I5: Little Fred 103. $S: Logan 101, $3;
I. an7. !3: l"nway 9i $3: AlrplantSO. M.
Ii race, one mile, selling Westchester 113.
I rince Fortuuatus lit SI0: -Ir Walter Raleigh
lgo 1ft". Character 107. Addle B 101. signature
I tries Rhodes 103. Freezer 103, $5; Uyacinthe
lassOSJ. ?5; others J3each.
An American Honored,
the formation of the International
srs' Union in London several important
njrs wero settled. First, nn American,
rd K. ltaj niond, ot tlie L.' A. W., was
ej riesidcnt. It was agreed that no
i mould be allowed to compete In the
nptonship contests whose frovorninz
. d: I not unbold a severe definition of
.I'eur and who have not won theatna
liiampionvhip of their respective cooh
or secured the sanction ol their organ
isms. The first championship meeting
e" held in Chicago betweon Ansuat 1
-entcinber 30. ISO, dnrln? the World's
Tresident Knvmond is due to arrive
Wcdneday next on the City of Pans,
.n niter lie will report to the officers
. L. A. W.
Appear to Bo Enemies.
- Yobk, Dccl IS. Eobert Fitzsimmons
James Hall tnotyesterday and arranged
(slttninarics lor the flgllt which is to
V.aec at the Crescent City Club next
l. Fitzsimmons and Hall have been
ad terms for son:e years. Hall was
- nt nhen Fitzsimmons appeared. Their
ts and lepresqntatlves shook hands
r but the two flshters never ex-
x4 ft -w ord. Of the $40,000 put se offered
c club the loser U to recoie J2,M0and
tniier $J7,J00. It was decided to light
. cawelphtsand the 8tli of March was
-.d upon as the date lor the encounter.
Tito Throe A'b Hoominj.
-ins the last twor tUre0 weeks there
wen an unusually larce number of ap
it ior membership in the Allegheny
" tc Association. Among the number
'ouio splenaid athletes, particularly
lers and blcvclists. A prominent mem.
.! the association sa'd ,ttSt evening:
loot donbt we will have several ath-
net year of a nittlonid reputation.,
week we had 17 applicants lor mombor
and mo willliave more than that this
w Ohleass, Dec 13. At a meeting or
-ori or the Crescent City Athletic
glit the date of tlie Hall-KItzsim-
was axed for the first weefcin
I X . ri i V J J V Xs. v s I u 3 y f fivxv Vi'.-i -ills'
Arrow flies with wind.
First figures at station Indicate temperature:
next figures Indicate change In temperature: and
flgurs underneath. If any. Indicate amount ofraln
fall or melted snow In hundreths of an Inch during
past 12 hours: T Indicates traceof prtclpltatlon;
isobars, or solid black lines, pass through points
of equal pressure; Isotherms, or dotted lines,
Storms generally more irom West to East In
atmospheric waves, of which the crests are
FOR WESTERN rESNSYLVAXIARain or Snow; South Winds, Shifting to West;
Slightly Colder in Western Portion of Western Pennsylvania.
FOR WEST VIRGINIA. AND OHIO Rain or Snow in the Northern Portion Wednes
day korning; Clearing Wednesday Afternoon; Winds Shifting to West; Colder.
rivTBBuno, Dec. 13.-The Local Forecast Official or tlio Weather Bureau furnishes the fol
lowing: Bakometek-S A. v., 30.27: 2 r.M., 30.10; S r. ., 29 05.
Relative HmiiDrrr-S a. m., 80: 2 p. m., 90; 8 r. SL, S3.
rnEclFiTATlos past 24 hours noiu 8 p. m., .47.
TErEBATtntE-8 A. .. 3C; 12 v., 36; 2 p. v., 40; 3 p. jr., 42; S r. It., 45. HiRhesr. 45; lowest, 32;
average, SS. which is 2 above the normaL
April, Ions enouh after the Mardi Gras
festivities to test the quality or the event as
a drawing card on its own account. Botn
Hall and Fitzsimmons have Binned new
articles or agreement to fislit ror a purse or
THE BIG STAKES.
Proposed Increaso of Deposits May Better
Horse Kaccs Down East.
Xew Yoke, Dec 13. Altnougu the date ror
the closing or entries to thoBiooklyn and
Suburban handicaps, the two great races or
the spring, is three weeks off there is already
talk among men mtetested in such matters
as to the probable entries to the two events.
Raising or the subscriptions to the two
events to $503 will nave the effect or making
the number -or entries, smaller than ever,
but what the races 1-iek in numbers tbev
will make up in quality, and it will take a
horse of very high class to win either of the
.Marcus Daly, who won tho Suburban last
year with Montana, has an eye to the win
nlnor that race again this year, aud Ms
colt Tammany will be especially prepared
for tho race Pierre Lorlllard will also at
tempt to win the race with either Lamp
lighter or Locoitatchee, and he may not try
for the earlier event at the BrooKlyn truck.
Michael Dover will have a look iu at both
races with Banquet, who was the best of all
the handicap horses last season, and If he
stands the neceSMtry prnoar.itlon he will
surely be a starter In tho Brooklyn event.
It looks now a If the two races would lie
between the horses named, thouzh Green
B. Morris is cttll on earth and may make a
bid for ettheror both itli Judge Morrow and
Stratlinieath. Wttlcott & Campbell mav be
Inctors in the nice if Pessarais able to stand
the strain or training, and J. VT. Rogers
thinks that he has an outside chance with
Pickpocket, though be has an uncertain
temper. Gtaean & Daly will be among tlie
bidders lor the prizes with His Highness,
tor their trainer thinks that after the long
rest tho horse had last summer he will be
able to fulfill the promise that ho made as a
2-year-old when he was good enough to
sweep all before hiui.
A HOVE AGAINST GiHTENBEBG.
Charge or a Judgo Declaring Such Flaces
Are Disorderly and Nuisances.
New Yobk, Dec. 13. Special. At tho
opening or tho December teim or the Hud
son County Court in Jersey City to-day
Justice Wentz.in addtessing the grand jury,
said in reference to Guttenborg race track:
"All places, whether with a building or upon
an open or on an euclosed field, wheiein or
whereat pool selling or bookmaklng on horse
racing or any other event is habitually
carried on, are common nuisances and are
disorderly houses under the laws or this
State, and the persoiiB who keep and main
tain such places, or who aid. nbet or partici
pate in their maintenance, whether as
on tiers or lessees or inembeis or a co-partnership
association, ate indictable as keep
ers orudisotderly house, ir the placo be
maintained by an incorporated body It may
be indicted bv its corporato name and tho
officers Individually by their individual
Soveral or tho grand Jurors aie in the
liquor business. One or two or them aro
financially interested in the Guttenberg
track, and all or them, with perhaps hair a
dozen exceptions, tempt rortune by invest
ing In the "straight tips" they get on "soro
winners" It Is not confidently expected
that there will be any Indictments found ror
selling liquor on Sunday or for pool selling
or bookmaklng on horse races.
Slyer and Lavlgne to Fight.
Chicaoo, Dec. IS. Kddle Myer, brother or
the "Cyclone," and George LavUne, or Sagi
naw, Mich., have been matched ror $1,000 a
side and the largest purse obtainable. The
men are to meet, early in February and sev
eral clubs have been asked to bid ror the
contest. Billy Lavlgne, th woltor-welght
andbrotheror oneot the principals, closed
the contract and posted a forleit on behalf
oflils brother, while tho Streator boy at
tended to the matter in person. They meet
at 121 pounds, vith a sivo or lake allowance
or two pounds, weighing in five hours piior
The Sale or Ormonde.
Em-Mos Avbes, Dec. 13. The famous stal
lion, Ormonde, was delivered to his new
owner, William SIcDonongh, vesterday. He
will be takon to Lnttland, whoro lie Is to
serve several mares, leavlmr Here on Decem
ber 20. He will then be taken to the homo or
his owner in the United States.
Tho Chess Experts.
LooAxsroRT, Isn., Dec. 13. The secona
annual tournament or the Indiana Stato
Chess Association bogan in this city to-day.
Jackson W. Slionnlter, champion of the
United States, nnd Kmanuel Lasker, tho
great German expert, aro liore. They aro
booked lopa match beginning to-morrow.
The Match. Is Made.
Loxaox, Dec. 13 Bubearnnd Hosmer have
signed articles lor a match on tlio Thames,
to come oil January 30, tho match to be for
X4C0 aud tho wilsnnn challenge cup, valuo
General Sporting Notes.
Pitciieb. VicSKitT his signed with Xashville.
IF layln and Goddard right there will be some
THE California League season has ended and Los
Angeles won the second pennant.
IT Is not likely that Charier Farrell will get more
than $0U fi om any club In the League,
Tick 'ootbVl season In Washington being over.
Tommy Dowd has gone to his home In Holyoke.
TnE trotting horse breeders or this state will
meetaltneMVeuth Aveuuc Hotel this afternoon,
Tuebb seems to to considerable doubt about
marked "High" and the oval trough, or depres
sion "Low." These waves move Eastward on an
average of 600 mllea per day.
High winds, rain or (If cold enough) snow.South
erly winds, and consequently high temperature,
usually precei'o "Lows" across the country.
When the "Low"passcs East or a place the wind
changes to North, bringing lower temperatnre,
clearing skies, and often cold waves and Uorthers.
The high area brings sunshine.
Latham's playing third base for Cincinnati next
Thebf is a letter at this office for Aggie Ilarvev,
the lemale pedestrian, and oue for Pedestrian W,
BALTlMOnE has accepted the services or First
Baseman Motz, Pitcher Wadswortn and Catcher
D. J. Boland.
"Don't make anv mistake." said an old timer
vesterday. "Mitchell will be here to fight Corbett.
Whether or not he wins Is another matter."
ConBETTsavs that Jim Daly could dereat Peter
Maher In one ronud. If James J. puts up any
money to back his opinion It will soon be covered.
It Is said that Harrv Taylor, formerly of the
Louisvllies, has renounced professional baseball
for good, and win captain and play with the Cor
nell University club.
IN all probability the American kennel will at an
earlv date pass an arbitrary rule to prevent the re
moval of a dog from anr bench show held under its
rnles unless afflicted with contagious disease.
Jack Stivktts may be asked to may In the field
while not pitching for Boston. Thcv like his hit
ting In Beantown, Tor he not only pitched like a
major, but generally won his own games with the
IT Is rumored that "prices will be higher" at the
next New York bench how. Entrance, flu; prizes,
$50. 30 and 120. New York has easily kept tlie lead
In quality and ouantlty, and the former now seems
to be the desideratum.
Hebe Is what a correspondent writes this papers
"Wecannotrteny the fact that baseball will never
be the great game It was until we hare a NMlonat
League and an American Association again." Our
correspondent is a sensible mill.
It Is dollars to cents that the Eastern and other
minor leagues have had all they wanted of so-called
Leagne protection. The clubs of these bodies were
not allowed to reserve their players, hut the League
rlnh can hold their men. though most of them
owed salaries to players. Boston Herald.
Speaking of the prospects of the rival New
Orleans fighting club. I'at Duffy, of the Crescent
Cltv, expresses a donbt as to whether they are
likely to maintain an existence against the Coney
Island Athletic Club. He says very truthfully that
It would be cheaper for a man In the North to pay
1 10 1 for admission to the Coney Island Club to see
a big battle than to go to Jvew Orlcaus and be given
THEY are haying great times over rootball on the
Pacific slope. Walter Camp and Tom McCInng aro
both there, tho former coaching the Stanfords and
the latter the Berkeley. Both teams will meet on
Saturday next. It Is the general opinion that tho
Stanforls will w n. The Olympics and Manfords
playpd in Sau Francisco on Saturday, December 3,
to a tie, 14 to 14. darkness putting an end to play.
The game was considered to he the most finely con
tested ever seen on the coast.
Christmas Cards, Etc, at Fifty Cents on
Being crowded for room we have decided
to close our Christmas cards nnd booklets,
novelties, sachets, etc, at one-halt what
they were bought to sell at. Open every
Jos. EicnnAtJM & Co., 4S Fifth avenue.
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RIVER NEWS AND NOTES.
Louisville Items The Stage or Water and
the Movement of Boats.
rrmAt. TELIGltAJJS TO THI DIRPATCn.l
Louisville, Ky., Dec 11. Business ralr.
TVealher rainy. River riling, with 2 feet 4 luchea
on the falls. 4 feet 8 inches lu the canal, and
6 feet 9 inches below.
Departed - For Cincinnati. Ble Sandy: for
ETRnsTlllc. Cltv or Owensboro: Tor Carrollton,
Big Kanawha; for Kentucky river. Falls city.
What Upper Gauges Show.
Aileoiiext JtrxcTios-Klvcr S feet 4 Inches
and stationary Raining.
MOBGANTOWy-Rlver 4 feet 0 Inches and sta
tionary. Kslnlng Thermometer 46 at 4 P. M.
BitowsviLLE-Hiver Sleet 9 Inchcsand station
ary. Hainlug, Thermometer 42 EtS r. v.
The yews From Below.
ClNCINNATI-Rlver 8 feet 2 Inches and rising.
Clear and warmer. Due-J. K. bpeed, Memphis,
ST. LOUIS-Weather becoming cold. Riter tail
ing: gsnge. SH feet.
WHEELlNO-KIver ; feet 6 Inches ana falling.
Departed-H. K. Bedfonl, Pittsburg; Keystone
State. Cincinnati Raining.
CAino-Blvtr 9 feet and rising, tt cathcr cloudy
Driftwood From the Elver.
THE Twilight passed down the river light yester
day. Tnx Elliabelh lert for Elizabeth at 2:30 P. Ji.
Captain James Grat had his mate's license re
Captain Thomas Garlic, of New Cumberland,
was In town yesterday.
Tiie Little Bill went Into the fourth pool with
ten empty barges yesterday.
THE Lirzle Bay left with a good trip for the
Kanawha river yesterday at Z r. M.
The Dave Wood went np to McKcesport with
five coalboat bottoms yesterday.
The stage of water at Davis Island dam, 6.4
feet; at Pittsburg 4.S feet. River falling.
Captaixb adam Jacobs ano Albert Kennedy
had their masters' licenses renewed yesterday.
IT was raining heavily at Elizabeth and Browns
ville yesterday, and big water Is looked for to-day.
The James G. Blaine was an hour behind time
leaving for Morgantown yesterday, owing toner
THE James A. Blackmore is due from Cincin
nati with eight empty barges to-day. Sjhehas
been absent since July.
The Princess arrived with five empty barges
from Wheeling, and the Mount Claire came uo
from Cincinnati with ten empty barges yesterday.
THE Hustler and Tide, with ten flats each, ar
rived from the fourth pool yesterday. The latter
boat has Roue on the docks, and the Little Bill
takes her place.
THE Sam Clark passed Pomeroy at 7 A.M. yester
day on the way up. with 27 emnty barges. The
Maggie left ror below, flying light, and will help
her up with the tow.
TnE new steamer John W Alles will raise steam
t llrownsrille on Sunday, and will make her
maiden trip, she w 111 leave with a tow of coal for
Cincinnati, If there is water.
"Then here's to the thrifty housowiro."
Might as well give them something
useful as well as ornamental. Here
arc ideas of what:
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Three for One Dollar.
20 dozen Men's White Silk
Hemstitched and revere work
Handkerchiefs, beautiful goods
you've paid a dollar apiece
for such kinds often this lot
came to us under circumstances
that pay us a profit at
50 Cents Each,
Or $2.75 per half dozen.
MEN'S PLAIN WHITE
SILK MUFFLERS, 2-inch
hemstitched rich qualities
we never have known anything
so good that we could buy and
sell for the money. Three lots
of these Silk Mufflers:
30-inch size, 2-inch hem
stitched, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
Men's Mufflers A collec
tion that will command atten
tion. 50 Cents to $7.00.
1' lot, 85 dozen, Ladies'
White Japanese Silk Handker
chiefs, with 3 embroidered silk
figures in one corner and small
embroidered silk polka spots,
all white in other corner they
ought to sell at 25 cents each
but we are going to sell
2 for 25 Cents.
If you want something neat
in style and good see these
Another lot 125 dozen
Ladies' Japanese Silk Hand
kerchiefs, neatly embroidered
in all corners and revere work
all around on four sides, white
15 Cents Each.
No less by the dozen.
5c to $30.00.
5c to 50c Each.
has been largely extended this
season; has a large section in
new Silk and Dress Goods
Room all to itself, and it's doing
a large business on merit;
choice styles and less prices.
LICENSED UNDER FOSTER'S PATENTS.
Steamers Lrars New York Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Hates for Saloon Passage.
Cabin, 8-45 aud upwards,
Second Cabin, 830, Meerage, 313.
Passengers booked at through rates to or from any
city In Great Britain or on the Continent.
DruIU n London Sold at Lomit Bate.
Book of Information, tours and sailing lists for
nlslied on application to Agents.
HENDERSON BKOIHEKS, 7 Howling Green, N.
V., or J. J. MCCORMICK, 639Smlthfleldst.. Pitts
burg. Y. M. SEIUM-E, U0 Federal tt.. Allegheny.
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Queenstown and Liverpool.
SoTal and United State. Mall steamers.
Mllestlc Dec 14. 1:30 pm
Germanic, Dec. 21, 7am
"Teutonic. Dec. 21.1:30 era
'Adriatic. Jan. 11. lnm
Germ'c Jan. 18. 0 a m
'Majestic, Jan. !. 11 a m
Britannic Feb. 1. Sam
Britannic. Jan il sin
From White Star dock, foot of West Tenth street
Saloon rates, fo0 and upward, according to
steamer and location of berth. 'Second cabin on
these steamers. 140 and fH: limited excursion tick
ets, 575 and $35; steerage from or to the old coun
White Star drafts payable on demand In all the
principal banks throngnout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. SICCOKJIICK. 639 Smltlilield street,
rittsburg. orH. JIA1TL AND K KR3EY, General
Agent, M Broadway, N. Y. nolo-D
koyal mail. src-iMSiii.'S.
GLASGOW to PHILADELPHIA
via DKRRY nnd GALWAY. Tlio most dl
Tcct route from Scotland and North and
iliddle of Ireland.
Intermediate, JU. Steerage, mU.
Line.. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK ami GLASGOW
via Lontlonderrv every Fortnight.
Deo. IS Stato of Nebraska. hooit.
Dec. 29 State of i alliornLi koox.
Jan 19. Stato or Nebraska 11:30 a. X.
Cabin, $40. Second Cabin. $30. Steerage, 113.
Apply to J.J. MCCORMICK, C39 Smlthfieldsc
PITTSBURG'S LEIDin OUTFITTERS JirayrK
HERE IS ANOTHER
This news will certainly weaken the sales of certain outrageous margin extorters. Our
truthful method of advertising and dealing with THE PEOPLE highly appreciated by the
Every person purchasing an OVERCOAT or SUIT of COTHES m either the Men's,
Youths' or Boys' Department, and the sale slip calls for $15, on presenting the same to the
cashier, you will receive a SILVER BUSKINED WATCH FREE OF ANY CHARGE,
We guarantee you a
saving of 45 per cent on
Gents' Furnishing Goods
All persons possessing a sale slip lor Suit or Overcoat purchased in the Children's Suit
or Overcoat Department, the holder is entitled to an AIR GUN, MAGIC LANTERN,
STEAM ENGINE or a CELEBRATED BANJO, FREE OF ANY CHARGE, at
ROSENBAUM & CO.
A display of the choicest Christ
mas novelties, selected with care
from the greatest stocks in the art
and fashion centers of the Old World.
You will find just what you want
here. We have something to please
everybody. Everything at popular
There is an almost unlimited
variety of things useful and orna
mental. Fully 250 styles of Fancy Boxes
in hard wood, silver, plush, etc.
Leather and Silk Shopping-Bags,
100 styles of Aprons,
Cups and Saucers,
Silk and Linen Tidies,
Artistic Lamp Shades,
Exquisite Fans from 10c to $15.
There is a grand stock of new Kid
Gloves for ladies, gentlemen and
children; also fur-top Gloves and
Fur Capes from $3.48 to $58.
Jackets, 300 styles, $2.50 to
$20, just half price.
Muffs, 80 styles, Plush Coats,
$6 to $19.75.
At Rosenbaum's there is an assort
ment of Christmas Umbrellas which
you should see. All the best makes
and the most elegant novelties of the
season. Prices range from $i to
15. Initials engraved free on all
Umbrellas from $2 up.
510, 512, 514, 516, 518 MARKET ST.
THIS week's great business
has been most encouraging,
and we feel that we are justly
entitled to it It breaks all
previous records. Every
OVERCOAT, every SUIT
that leaves our establishment
we can conscientiously guaran
tee worth 40 per cent more
than our charge.
IS THIS FOR
The novelties consist of Silk Umbrellas, Gloves, Silk Sus
penders, Linen and Silk Initial Handkerchiefs, Mufflers and
other novelties too numerous to mention in this, announcement
PIIU I IDO
PRETTY FACES ;
TO ALL WHO USE LA FRECKLA.
Softened Into Great
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Made young again by LA FRECKLA.
La Freckla is tne greateit. tlie most wonderrol
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LA FRECKLA Is tbe latest sensation among
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may have the benefit of her secret and become as
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6 cents In stamps and Mme. Yale will send you free
of charge ber famous Beauty Book she has written
to Instruct women how to become beautiful.
LA FRECKLA will be shipped yon upon receipt
of price, or you may get It from your druggist.
Mme. Yale's book instructs young girls how to win,
a husband, and married ladles how tb retain their
husband's affections, and women of aU ages bow to
Price List of La Freckla.
$1 PER BOTTLE.
For sale by all first-class Druggists.
Address all orders and letters, MME. M. YALE,
Beauty and Complexion Specialist.
MME. M. YALE,
TEMPIjE of beauty,
140 STATE ST., CHICAGO, ILL,
37 WEST 14TH ST., Ji. Y.
BY csz or
Extract of Beef.
Send a postal for the Company's
Cook Booh: to Daucliey & Co.,
27 Park Place, Sew York.
Has Jnstns von. Idebig's
signature aero S3 the
label in bine.
BE SURE THAT YOU GET IT.
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