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tr-ia.i. bllxxird u Prebnre-. SnnnrT. nine
yeaoni lost tbelr Ures.
j&rEdiwd Kimball, who was severely lnjnred
In the Pnmclt Ax. Company fire, Buffalo, Frl-
uajvwea ax aa early Hour yasteraaymonune.
!S Th TTnitiul tat rmluri PhlMPn. At.
lanfcCTorktown and Boston started on their
ermse rrom Boston at 10 o docs: yesterday
tnornlnc.
'rrCasper CUspy, a confirmed opium eater, of
BuLouis, shot his sweetheart, her sister and
father becansa tha latter had nrohihlted his
Tiaits. He then committed suicide.
fc-tHfllsDoro.nL. Hanr Franklin, a Vest-
can desDerado. -who one nlcbt recently a
anlted and attempted rob MaTor Wilton, baa
lieen sentenced to 21 years in the penitentiary.
i The British bark .Monarch, Captain Mor
row, which sailed from Hambnrr October 1. for
eJydhey, has been burned at lea. Sixteen ol the
crew were sarca. A boat containing six others
Ismissins.
kf-R. P. HalUdlT. late cashier of tha Tint Na
tional Bank, at Tit. Gilead, O., pleaded cnilty
of .emDenlement in the united States Court
yesterday, and was sentenced to the Ohio penl-
nouarj lor seren years.
' Jt Is the intention of the Austrian Gorem
Sient to pass stringent laws with reference to
migration. Agents who are found guilty of
fraudulent representations will be liable to a
aentence of five years' penal servitude.
S Yesterday; Bona offennes were as follows:
(Coupon 4s. llL&Xk registered Is. M46.600 at 127:
(registered 4X. 73,900 at 104 The 90,000 reg-
usterea -is are surrenuerea oy a national Dans
depository. AUthe offers were accepted.
L. A. large body of masked men from the
country cameinto ChriEtiansbnrc Va Friday
fnicht on the 11 o'clock train to lynch two men
t; named coopexbeld for rnnraer. The autnor
IlUes were warned in advance and Judge Jenk
: Ins summoned a posse and carried the prison
fers away and hid them.
A easels on trial In the District Court of
r-Xansas which perhaps is without a parallel in
Bithe history of American politic?. A Bepubli-
L can wno was unseated as a delegate in a county
Iconvention sues the party by whose evidence
before the Committee on Credentials he was
on seated for $2,000 damages, including expenses
and the harrowing condition usually accom
panying an unsuccessful candidate.
- Clans Snreckels' bie refinery at Front and
Seed streets, Philadelphia, is about finished
ana will start business in a lew days. Toe ma
chinery was to have been started yesterday, but
some portions of it have not been tested, and
the refining cannot begin until every part of
the complicated apparatus is ready. Three
ship loads of raw sugar are at the refinery'
piers, ana two more consignments are on ineir
way to this port. The machine shop is in oper
ation, and the cooper shops are ready for the
xaen to begin work.
KXW ABVniLTlOBMHKW.
HARRY WILLIAMS1 ACADEMY,
Monday Evening, Dec.9,
Hatinees. Tuesday, Thursday aad Saturday.
ttFETKST printing, lowest prices.
IPlTTSBURO PHOTO-ESGKAVHTG CO.,
to, 11. jy .Diamond street.
Lester
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Williams
Londqn
Specialty
Co.
Im-Mense
Lester 4 'Williams,
Sam De Vere,
Harris 4 VIdocq.
JUTAU.
Shedman Brot,
Jmro Fox,
Miss Polly McDonald,
The Sisters Coulson,
Harry La Rose,
Geo. W. Brown
and Sam De Vere's Comedy,
cauea
A Rag Elephant
Dec IS. The Irwin Bros'. Big Show. deS-1?
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HARRIS THEATER.
WEEK. COMMENCING MONDAY, DEC!
Every Afternoon and Evening.'
By Special Arrangement with -HE.
LOUIS ALDEICH,
The Best American Flay, '
MY PARTNER,
By BABTLEY CAMPBELL, Esq, .
With a Company of
Acknowledged - Artists !
Under the management of
CHAPMAN A SELLERS.
Week Dec. 18. Ada Gray In "East Lynne."
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For Weak Stomach Impaired Digestion Disordered Liver.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
rcparcdonl.vbyTHOS.BEECKA.S,StHclens,Iancasliire,Enslaiia.
B. F. .AIiLJSN & CO., Sole Agents
FOR TOTTED STATES, 385 fc S67 CAHTAJL ST., NEW YORK,
"Who (if your druggist does not keep them) will mail Beecham's
Pills on receipt of price- inquire jfvACPlease mention this paper.)
MB. E. D. WILT, Leesee and Maaajeer.
WEEK COMMENCING
MONDAY, -DECEMBER 9.
Matinee Saturday Only.
A Grand Comedy Event !
MB. NAT. O.
GOOD'WIN
And his company of players la
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Creating a Perfect Furore 1
Crowding the Theaters
Everywhere I
Laughter and Applause Alternate!
The Interest
From the Else ot the Curtain !
SECURE SEATSatthe BOX OFFICE.
USUAL PRICES: V80
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MRS. SCOTTSIDDONS,
The beautiful and talented artist.
Appears in dramatic readings and recitations
in rich and appropriate costumes at
Lafayette Hall, Friday ETening:, Dsc. 13,
Sale of seats at
T a TiA"VTfc TinrsTrRTiTRW
No. 86 Fifth arenne. llonday morning, Decem-
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GRAND OPERA,HOUSE
SPECIAL XMAS ATTRACTION;
Grand Opera in Englisfi.
ONE WKEK
COMMENCING MONDAY, DEC. 23.
Matinees Wednesday '(Xmas) and Saturday.
Direct from their Eastern triumphs.
THE EMMA JUCH
GRAND ENGLISH OPERA CO,
Headed by America's Own Peerless
Prima Donna,
MISS EMMA JUCH.
Members 100 Members.
The Jnch Opera Orchestra.
The Jnch Opera Chorus.
Conductor, ADD NEOEHDORF.
Repertoire?
Monday, Dec. 23 CARMEN.
Tuesday. Dec. 21-4L TROVATORE.
Wednesday matinee. Dec 25-POSTILLION;
OF LORYUMEAU.
Wednesday eyeninjr. Dec 25-JIARTHA.
Thursday. Dec 26 FAUST.
Friday, Dec 27 MIGNOK.
Saturday matinee, Dec. 2S-BOHEMIAN
GIRL. , ,,
Saturday evening; Dec. 28 DER FREX-
SCHUTZ.
Sale ot tickets opens Monday, Dec 13, at box
office, theater. Prices $2, $1 so, $1 and 60v ac
cording to location.
The celebrated Bteinway piano used by the
Emma Jnch Grand English Opera Co. deS-108
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CONCERT
For the benefit of the
ALLEGHENY GENERAL HOSPITAL
Will be giyen by the
ALLEGHENY MUSICAL ASSOCIATION.
A Chorus of 100 Toices, supported by an Or
chestra of 40 pieces, and assisted by Mrs, L. C.
Webster, Soprano, and Mr.Beveridge Webster,
Pianist; Jno. Gernert, Violin; Chas. F. Cooper,
Cello. At Fonrtn U. f. Church, Allegheny,
corner Montgomery avenue and Arch street:,
TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1S89.
Admission, 31.
Tickets can be exchanged for reserved seat
tickets without additional expense at the mualo
store of Alex. Koss, No. 137 Federal street. Alle
gheny, on and after December 9, at 9 o'clock Ju M.
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p UENTHER'S ORCHESTRA
tarnishes Music for Concerts, Weddings,
Receptions, etc., etc
Also Lessons on Flute and Piano.
gelS-l-su ' 440 WOOD ST.
WORLD'S MUSEUM,
ALLEGHENY CTTr.
WEEK COMMENCING DEC. 9.
MANY NEWENTBIES.
CRAWFORD,
The Inimitable One-Man Royal Italian
Orchestra.
Sub-Marine Torpedo Boat,
The Tery latest U. S. Invention.
CAPTAIN CHITTENDEN'S
Very Interesting Exhibit of 10,000 Historic
Relics and other Interesting Objects
of Uote.
ENURE CHANGE IN THEATER.
Homer's All-Btar Specialty Co., introducing
Pittsburg's old-time favorite comedians,
John Cannon Bros. James
And a Score of Vaudeville Entertainers.
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Coming. December 18. Capt Paul Boyton's
Performing Seals.
THE QUESTION OF THE DAY.
I loaned McGlntySlO on Thanksgiving Day.
He promised to par me In SO days; ten off now.
The Great Wild West Show comes to this
Museum Dec 23. How much will McGinty
owe met de7-89
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ONE WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY. DECEMBER 9,
ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY.
FIRST TIME IN THREE YEARS,
HLARA .:. MORRlf
SUPPORTED BY A .POWERFUL COMPANY, INCLUDING;
::: FREDERIC DE BELI1EVILI1E, :::
IN THE FOLLOWING BRILLIANT REPERTOIRE:
MONDAY and THURSDAY, Tuesday, Saturday Matinee and Eveotyg
CAMILLE HELENE
morrii.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 16 SIXTH STREET.
A fine, large crayon portrait $3 0; see them
before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, $2 and
t2 60 per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERS;
ocl3-S5-Mwysu
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY,
RENEE DE MORAY
DECEMBER 16-JAMES CNEfLL, IN "MONTE CRISTO."
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ELEGANT SECOilD-HAjlD CARRIAGES sortmentoinsUtortouCoacaes,
Six Seat Rockaways, Barouches for one horse. Phaetons and Side-bar Buggies; also S fins
hearses, late styles, nearly as good as neV. This Is withont donbt the finest Una of second-hand
vehicles ever shown In Pittsburg, and we will sell them at rock-bottom prices. Terms saUsIao
tory. Come and see us or write for particulars.
L. CLESENKAMP & SON, ' ..
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Repository, 313 and 320 Fens aye, city.
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PLEASANT NEWS
FOR. THE CHILDREN!
SANTA CLAUS
WILL MAKE HIS EIGHTH ANNUAL VISIT TO PITTSBURG AND WILL
AS USUAL, MAKE
GUSKY'S
His Headquarters. Knowing how -eagerly his visit is looked
forward to by all children, he will hold his Grand Carnival
Receptions in his Grand Auditorium, at Gusky's, , ' ?
MONDAY, December 23, from 9:30 A. M. to 12 noon; .from
2 to 5:30 and from 7 to 9 P. M.
TUESDAY, December 24, from 9:30 A. M. to 12 noon; from
2 to 5:30 P. M. only.
All good children, accompanied by -their parents or grown up
friends, are., invited to attend and receive as a reward of
their good behavior a Box of Fine Candies.
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TJHE VJLY TTK TJSEI TO COME.
THE WUL'S: BUS COMES NOW,
b.
SANTA CLAUS DRESSED IN HIS ROYAL ROBES AND SEATED IN HIS STATE COACH WILL MAKE HIS
.:. EIGHTH ANNUAL VISIT TO THE ORPHAN HOMES OF PITTSBURG AND ALLEGHENY .V
CHRISTMAS DAY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25.
EVERY INMATE THEREIN, YOUNG OR OLD, BIG AND LITTLE, WILL BE PRESENTED WITH A CHRISTMAS TOKEN OF GOOD WILL, WITH THE COMPLIMENTS AND GOOD WISHES OF THEIR FRIENDS, GUSKY'S.
OJJK WISH FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL IS EXPRESSED IN EVERY ARTICLE WE OEPER FOR SALEK
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AND SANTA CLAUS HLMSBI.F WELL BE IN ECSTACLES OVER OUR BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF NEW, NOVEL, BEAUTIFUL, USEFUL AND APPROPRIATE HOLIDAY GOODS?
THE ENTIRE BUILDING, FROM BASEMENT TO DOME, IS CROWDED WITH THE NICEST AND MOST ELEGANT OF NOVELTIES.
THERE IS SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY! FOR EVERY PERSON! EVERY AGE! EVERY TASTE! EVERY PURSE!
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raOUR PREVIOUS EFFORTS
ARE SURPASSED
tSuiJlyc- present a collection of
Euiraoic vnnsimas unto sucn as
Kuriigpod people of Pittsburg and
Elcimty' have never before seen.
gurmends can always rest assured
KhatlHfour dealings are always to
tfielr advantage.
'Largest stock and lowest prices.
WE ADVISE
That you make your purchases
now, while the variety is complete
in every particular and when ,the
usual Holiday throng will not pre
vent careful selection. We will lay
aside your selections and deliver at
any time and place desired.
A small deposit will insure the
obtaining of any article in our
store.
OUR VARIETY
Is endless and our prices will surely
meet your views. You'll have little
trouble in finding what you want
A small deposit down will secure
choice of anything youlike. The
balance can be paid any time be
tween now and New Years.
We lay aside and deliver at any
time stated anything purchased at
our Great Holiday Sale.
LET US SUGGEST
That you write down the names of
all the dear ones you wish to re
member. Then come and take a
good look at our stock. Whether
you wish to make the present to
iather, mother, brother, sister, son,
daughter, beau, sweetheart, rela
tive or friend, you'll find what you
want here.
Our Great Holiday Sale now on.
A HEARTY WELCOME
Is extended to all to come and see
our Holiday stock. The smallest
purse can find with us an elegant
present. It'll be a source of plea
sure, to us to show you the goods
and answer'all enquiries relative to
the prices. Come along and bring
your friends. You'll be gratified
by seeing , a wonderfully elegant
stock.
DON'T DELAY
In coming, because we offer you
now in variety and low prices, what
we may not be able to do latSr.
You of course know that the
choicest and best bargains always
go first The stockings must be
filled and now is your time and ours
is the place to get what you want
to fill 'em.
The largest stock, lowest prices.
REMEMBER THIS,
Monday and Tuesday, December
23 and 24, are Children's Days.
Santa Claus will be decked out in
all his glory. A choice entertain
ment will be provided and ' every
child will have the opportunity of
shaking hands with jolly old Santa
Claus himself. How pleased the
children will be. Don't forget to
bring 'em along.
PLEASE BEAR IN MIND.'
1. Our Great Holiday Sale is
now on.
2, 'That we lay aside and deliver
at any time stated anything pur
chased. - 1
That a small deposit will1' in
sure the obtaining of anything in
our store.
4. That our prices are the lowest'
in the city.
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PRESENT YOUR HUSBAND,
gather, Son or Brother With a Handsome Suit or
Fine Overcoat. What More Appropriate?
Nothing!
No need to pay handsome prices for them, either here. You surely
cannot consider $10, $12, $15, $18 or $20 high prices for a handsome Suit,
gnbr. can you think any of the prices too high for a fine Overcoat for your
gather or husband, your big son or your big brother. The prices named
areiall we ask for auits or Overcoats fit for anybody to wear. Then for
gyounsmall Eon or brother you can obtain here (and at no other store in
town) handsome Suits at 5, $6 and $8 and fine Overcoats at $5, $6, 7,
R&and $10. Elegant Kilt Suits at $3. $4, $5 and $6 and beautiful novel-
les in Kilt Overcoats at $3 50, 4, 5, 6 and 8.
PRESENT YOUR FATJlER,
Husband, Son, Brother or Beau With an Elegant
Smoking Jacket or a Beautiful,
Dressing Gown.
If you know what a Smoking Jacketor Dressing Gown should
be, not a word more is necessary. Simply see the luxurious and
stay at home a'night garments we've got You're not likely to see
in any other store in this city such1 high, qualities go hand in hand
with such low prices.
Prices: Smoking Jackets, 5 to 15. Dressing Gowns, 7 50 -to
25.
Wouldn't a Bath Robe be a nice present? 6 to 10.
Smoking Caps, "all prices, from 49c to 1 &.
PRESENT YOUR BEAU,
Son, Husband, Brother or Father With a Seal Cap,
Pair of Seal Gloves or a Nice
Silk Umbrella.
We have hundreds upon hundreds of genuine Seal Caps, at all
prices, from 2 49 up to 12; hundreds upon hundreds of pairs of
Seal, Otter and Beaver Gloves and Gauntlets at prices ranging from
1 98 to 10.
Then what a grand assortment of Silk Umbrellas. Exquisitely
carved ivory handles, etcned sterling silver, hand chased gold,
curious designs in natural wood, etc. All prices from'i 98 to 12.
NAME OR INITIALS ENGRAVED ON UMBRELLAS
FREE OF CHARGE.
7 PRESENT YOUR MOTHER,
Sister, Husband, Brother, Son, Beau, Sweetheart or
Friend With a Pair of Exquisitely Embroidered
Slippers. Nothing Nicer for a Holiday Present.
After the days work is over and the men and women folks, with the
children, are about the domestic fireside enjoying: the peace and pleas
ures of home, what is at once so picturesque and comfortable as a pair
of Slippers. We have them in all sizes, all materials, all colors, all
styles and shapes the completest and the most beautiful line and at
.prices lower than any one else m the city. Not alone in Slippers' do we
lead the trade, but in everything in the shape of footwear for both
sexes and all ages we are as far ahead in assortments as we are lower in
prices than all other dealers.
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Men's Fancy Silk yests, Carriage Robes, Buggy Robes, Silk Mufflers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Suspenders, Silk Hats, Full Dress Shirts, Coachmen's Coats, Coachmen's Capes, Coachmen's Gloves, Walking Canes, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Leather" Dressing- Sets, Pocketbooks, etc.
HUSKY'S
IMPORTANT: Having a few of those beautiful Pictures (which we have been giving away) left over, we shall continue to present them (as long as they last) with every
purchase in our Men's or Yduths'Clothing Department to the amount of "10 or upward, and the balance of the Tool Chests which we have in stock wilL be givea. away
Ready in a few days the Christmas number of our elegant "Illustrated Monthly," which we send postiree io any address."- Write, for it
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