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CLOTHING?M. GUTMAN & CO.
What Shall it Be ? Your Xmas gift to your best "feller ?" Better make it useful: he might be "broke," so come and choose from the best line of holiday goods in the city. What is more appropriate or useful than a Smoking Jacket, Linen Handkerchiefs, Hni C.oat. SusDenders. Gloves. 1 11vw- ? r - ? Bath Robe, Necktie, Silk Handkerchiefs, Mackintosh, etc., etc. See our beautiful line of Neckwear for - M.Gutman &Co. Itfltail Pepnrtinont, 'IVcllth ami Main Streets. A BIG DROP-GEO. E. STIFEL & CO. nATHM I L>u VV IN ! DOWN ! A Big Drop! DOWN! N0TIN VARIETY 0R QU ' ? BUT IN PRICE.) IFTTIR, CAPES, All Kinds. CLOTH WRAPS, All Styles. I UfUni s~r.ii]A Ka mnra rtnnArfuno fh-irt a zip An lil/? fhtC hof/\rP vvtJUb uiuiu Ub uiuib uppwiiuiiv. kiiuu u uiup nn? uiu uwivi v Christmas, and that in the best line we ever had, and some new Coats just received. You won't gain anything by waiting, but you WILL LOSE the use of your new Wrap during the holiday season. All Wrapsjand Furs on the second floor, so are the Holiday Goods you are hearing so much praise about. Geo. e. ^STIFEL & CO. STOHB OPEN EVEKTIKTOS. KABO ^CORSET SUPERB FRENCH MODEL. The ideal for slender figures? splendid support for fuller figures. Boning never works through the ' ;/ binding?never breaks?never rolls up. Jk jj?L No brass eyelets to stain garments Sold by ALL RETAILERS, Wj who will refund the money if not 1H satisfactory after three weeks wear. t \ simTinM . v ; juuvajlvu. \ ?1IlidIy''g( S : i?, fufm at i aifptjom ther! ^ O V V 1 | - 1 Auctior ? AUCTION, j Every afternoon at ? urday and Monday n | 2 we will place our c s auction. I Room Sui # <p Folding Beds, Rockers, Tables, Bio t AUCTION. I As we must vaca a S piece of our pres I _ ; MEAN BUSINESS, * : TERMS CASH I * AUCTION. : r-^ - I Wheeling Insl i AUCTION. ; KiTGoods sold at private sa ^ ? at Aucti on prlcos. I Fliicfiil""" THE TROUBADOURS. Arion's Amateur Uiastrel Bote] talament This Evening. I IT 15 FOR THE MEMBERS ONL And the Performers Are All Said t be -Well Up" in Their P?rt?Knffec Vlslto Co be Given in Coi .1 T?? VV?.? Will CI..... I j iicciiun~iinno nuu mui iKurD the A flair?The Ereutuc'a Pr< ' tframmo Complete. | The arrangements for the amttet ' minstrel entertainment to be given I the Arion society to its memdera an friends alone, at Arion ball thia ever ins, promise one of tbe best ei tertainments of ita kind ever given L amateurs. Tbe full dress rehearsi I given Sunday night was highly sati factory,* every man on the programm having his "say" in good shape. Mai ager George il. Ebeling is more tha pleased with his materia), and predic n pronounced aaccesa this evening. Th costumes have been secured especial! for the occasion, and are handsome an appropriate. The curtain will be rung up at 8:1 p. m. and in the first part the scenic e forts will bo something fine. CharU Bowers is the middle man; W. 1 Thompson, Jauies il. Riddle and Joh *. KotlJ, bones; Ueorge w. liorinf Horry Ritter and George H. Ebelinj tamborinea. After the overture tb following firat part programme will h rendered: "The Watermelon" George W. Borlr "Tbiue, Still Thine" J.T. Dlxc "Order of the Golden Key"- W. B. Tbomnic "When Summer Comes Again"......F. DiegmllU "8taudingon the Corner" ........Harry Kitt< I)Ia "Au Hevolr" ...Jaquea Froi "When the Days Grow Longer"- .... (icorgo II. Kbelifi "Ho. Fill Me a Flagon" Dr. O W. Burdat "They Want Me to Kill Ilia Placc"- Johu V. Kot Finale. "The SIngera"?..Thomwon, Boring and Bowe Aftor an interlude of fifteen minute and a change in stage effects, the follow ing programme of the second part wi engage the attention of the audience: The Black Pattl Irapernonatlon by a well known member. Humorous Kemark", n Little Singing and "There you are." SUFCED -George W. Borlr Instrumental Selection ......A Man and a Hh bong and Dance^. -?W. B. Tnotupsfl Ballad?Carrie ?J. T. Dixo Tiukers' Chorus.... Burdutts, Riddle, Bowers and Btifel. Club Swinging Chrlu Sohambi itey. iiuiju; ?><>. , < Sweet Marie (parody) W. B. Thotnpso Dixie Arlon Quartet I-'root, Diegmiller. Schneider. Vans. Tho finale is a skit called "The Mam per," in which tno following capabl cast will figure as the principal fn makers: Mr. Howarth, "The Manager"...W. B. Thompso Jake Get There, "The causo of all the trouble" (ieorge W. Borlr Robert Downing Boots, "An Actor" John I*. .Hoi Chaw ley Dollttle, "The Tenor Singer J. T. Dlxc Lillian Russell Pattl, '-The Opera Singer" Plaoe?Nowhere. Time?Now or then, Business?Nobody's, but our own. It is announced that there will be n encores. A Kafleevisite will bo held in conne* (ion with the minstroN and tho follov injr excellent committee will ha\ charge: luesaames lpu master, r. v Kchwortieger, Theodore KoUor, F. ( Driehorst, C. W. Apponr.eller, H. ] Bohrens, J. G. Hoffman, sr., D. G. Mo gan, W. C. Goehrinjr. John J. Lutr. an Misses Emma Bieberson, Emili Schwertfeger, Olga Roller and Anni Saater. The Wntch of the World. ?U rD_ Tie v?chi 'on&Constai w 'V aun na.ch kno*n to-da A . as the finei ^STAN-r^in 14k caaea, from $67 to $120 oach. 1 bo bad only at I. G. i)in.on & Co.'a Fbiiit Baikets tastefully put up at Zikoksfelder's. CLOCKS ?t B. W. HOSK'S. AUCTION. IODS ARE 1 OUR REMOVAL SAI :FORE WE WILL SELL T 1 at Yoi 2 o'clock, evening at norning at 10 o'clock, omplete stock of goo tes, Parlor S I Cases, Pictures, Lamps, Toilet and te January I, and v ent stock into our AT YOUR PRICE. TERMS CASH ! talment Com] e! W. H. I "llTiof" A FIltKMAN HCRT. A Slight Tirm and . f>?d K?ll on the Soul Sid* U*I EftnlBf. .. About half put aix o'clock lut tret inj; there wu an alarm ol fire whic called tue department to the corner c Aller 20 end Jacob atreet. A Irem y house belonging to Mr. Linewoeber w? on fire, but the flamea were quickly pc 0 out with email damage. A cupboar mrmm Aaat*Avad nnd hnlu hltfn#d ltl th A rocL i. A ladder on which were several Art n men slipped from the tide of the hotw Jack Crosan caueht upon a windoi > fill and saved himself from injur] Joe Shaughnessy, a substitute firemar fell with tbe ladder, and ono o! hit led was badly twitted and bruised, and bi ir Bide badly hurt. lie wan hauled to hi >y home in the patrol waaon. ilia injuria d are not dangeroua. He ia a brother c John Shaughneasy, o( the chemical er l' pine force, j ijr Clinppelcnr'n Hrouchlnl il curea all throat auction*. 4 5* CLOSING out 5O0 Ladlfni Gold Rinnan ,e l?ll than co?t at 11. K. lit I.LSI AN & CU.'f Gentlemen's Hemstitched Handkei n chiefs, pure lineo, plain and colorei t) bordore, at 25 cents. 0 J. S. Ruoi>ga & Co. ^ CLOAKS nt half prlcA* d L. s. GOOD ? CO. 300 Sailor*, worth 01, at 10c. KICK'S. 5 f, Tlio U'atcU of the World. h Vach( 3. i riCTUA* roa<kConstat] ii ^ w <ftin watch i r, known to-ds * tbe fine! e OA/Qt k in tbe wor,c ,a ,?oTAN * In solid gol 14k cases, from $07 to S120 each. T ,r be had only at I. G. Dillon & Co.'a. lU I n ^ _L | ont) flan it f Ulll otuin Ut 1-auiug -.?? Rinjjs iu never so larzo, or 00 choice " mat present. McNamk's, lS 2137 Markot street, u ? b AM Holiday Goods Head quarters a r? AH Ehiheimkr's, Eleventh street. , > b LACK Point Collars?the neiwrst. )1 n W ABA. (J K Klt'S Candy shipped to any part of tb world from Zieqenkeldkr's. S Special Sale Ladies' Embroiderer Handkerchiefs at 17c, worth 25c. J[ J. S. Rhodes & Co. CLOAKS fit hair prlo*. l. n. good Jb CO. Li 1" SEE our Screen*, worth ?7 00, lit 84 Of le uice's. l* Call and seo our Cup, Saucer an ? Spoon for $1 00. Lukkns <fc Higgins. Bcy economically, Candy 8c to 60c pound. Tuuiniut's, ig 1104 Market street. b IMMENSE line of Apron*?Tery ch?nn. SUAHACK Kit's. ia T for Men's fine Pliwh , LOCkS S Sltppm CkMllllt: en- J) | broldered, al! colore, T 0 m Fur Capes, from the cheapest Cone *' to tho finest Otter. Mink and Chinchillt r' at J. 8. Riiodks & Co.'a. e ^ 3. DIAMOND lockctN nt H. W. HOSE'S. ?, AN IniiuuiiM* nsftortuieut of "Trefomme _ (*lovoN for tho holiriuy*. We wnrriu fvcry pair. HICK'S. i6 UNDERTAKING. " lOUIS BERTSCHY,: (VOKMKIU.Y OP FflKW A BEKTSCHV), 3. Funeral Director and ?- Arterial Embaimer 18 1110 Miiln Street. Knnt Side. \ Calls br telephone answered day or ni?ht it fltoro telophouo. 635; residence. 506. ap'.7 d WALTER C. DURELL, Funeral Director and Arterial Embaimer FOR ALEX. FRUIT, 1117 MUX ST Prompt attention Riven to call*. day or nigh Telephone?KeMdonco, So. B17. Store. No. sat). noi AUCTION. sTnELui LE prip.FR ^ HEM AT jr Price : 7, Wednesday, Sat, until December 24, 'ds, comprising uites, Couches Dinner Sets, Rags, Lace Cnrtains, etc., /e will not take one new building. WE ! TERMS CASF irjnu 1136-1142 Milj> Market Streei HALLER, Auctioneer. , 1 FURNISHINGS. El KRAUS ?f e L6 11 $ No other house does, ever did. ^ ^ i or ever will, sell such sterling t ? a qualities at such low prices as A |* a we Quote. A r. I, GIFTS TJ33 a GIFTS PR GIFTS NO ? if A store full of hints and sugs Here you will find much to a wonder at, much to praise. Si we show in Smoking and Ho i. penders, Canes, Mufflers, Umbr are not equaled in the city, and J other competing house. KRAUS >- CLOTHIERS AND F0RN15HEI ? wrrmt-ri.y osr. puick. \ VARIETY IS THE SPI 0 _ ? ... tic. dpice yuur mo big variety of ( ' R-01TJLL FRU t EAGLE: GrXN AT YOUR i ! MARVIN, NECKWEAR-D, C P UNDLING' ' U Dnappro A man's Neckwear is Notiiinu more conducive [ his neck, nothing more ri Those nobby new eff< I and CLUB TIES compr we've ever made, and st grand an array of 5<>cer ,t to see for more fastidious s and French Silks, all of talk about them?they c men. Our stock of Chr beauties. : D.Gu < 34 and 36 TWE I?j) jj j AUCTION. | ; ! AUCTION, t I AUCTION. | ! v S Alir.TION. t S S * 'i - t I AUCTION. | I1 s ? ' : AUCTION. ? j AUCTION. | ^ I rC.-KRftUS BROS. ; BROS. HEADY TOWEAB CLOTHING. AOTXCAJj! V331-.: [estions for holiday shoppers I dmire, much to enjoy, much to jch Newness aud Novelty as use Jackets Bath Robes, Susellas, Handkerchiefs and Glovet our prices are away below any BROS., 13, 1319 HARKET STREBT. CE OF LIFE?T" with MARVIN'S trackers, as : : IT, BUTTERS, 'GEB SUSTAIFS, GROOE3RS. - Pittsburgh. UNDL1NG A. CO. achable Neckwear. often his hobby, and property, too. to his good looks than tidiness about ;pulsive than frouziness. icts in FOUR-IN-HANDS, TEGKS ise the most attractive fall showing iil it's a 50-cent showing?as it creations as you'd ever expect to i tastes. We have the finest English them talk and our customers will in't help it; they are our best salesistmas Furnishings is bristling with i NDLING, Sc CO., :lfth street. QUEEN SWA RE. NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT YOUR * UrJt'H rx\r 1 1UHUU.J Goods ! A FIXE LIVE OF Cut Glass, Banquet Lamps, Fancy China, Ornaments Of all doscrlption. Also a large assortment of Dinner and Chamber Sets. Everybody wants to sae our stock beforebuylngelsewhere. jouisrFRIEDEL & CO., 111!) MAIN STREET. ]852 21 *_' mi Christmas Goods! A very larg? and choice stock of HOLIDAY (ill-'TS now ready for inspection. Our line of BOOKS, Games, wood and Iron Toys, for Children, Is nol equaled in the city. All ?oo.li at LOWEST PRICES I JOS. GRAVES' SONS, J 26 Twelfth Street. Jjm