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ONE WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY, NOV. II,
Matineesi Wednesday and Saturday. .
'Grand Production of the Romantic Melo-Drama in Six Acts and
Seven Tableaux, entitled
BY BARTLEY CAMPBELL.
Under the Management of HARRY KENNEDY.
MR E. D. WILT, - Lessee and Manager.
WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY,, NOV. 11.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
LATEST AND GREATEST SUCCESS,
A MIDNIGHT BELL
Presented with the Original Oast and Grand Realistlo Soenery,
which Characterized Its Run of Five Months in New York.
Entirely New Scenery,
Correct Costumes and
A Powerful Company.
BIJOU PRICES: 7"golSSa8cx
Nov. 18-The McCaufl Opera Co. in "CLOVER."
POSITIVELY AM) ABSOLUTELY
Different Prom all Previous Productions.
:- EVERY SCENE NE W !
THE EXAMINATION OF THE COUNTRY SCHOOL.
THE COASTING SLIDE. '
TEE BELFBX TOWER.
THE CHTJBCH CHOIR EEHEAESAL,
Week Not. 18.-The Gprad Spectacular "KAJANKA."
BIJOU THEATERIcasino museum.
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for Weak Stomach Impaired Digestion Disordered Liver.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
repared onlvby THOS-BEECHIM. SLHeIens,Iancasliire,EngIana.
B. F. ALLEN & CO., Sole Agents
FOIt UNITED STATES, 365 & 367 CAIVAi ST., HfEW TOSS,
Who (if your druggist does not keep them) will mail Beecham's
Pills on receipt of price but inquire first. (Please mention this paper.)
Under theDlrecUon of K. M. GULICK A. Co.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18.
ENGAGEMENT OF THE
And Original Production in this City
Yon Suppe's Masterpiece,
WITH THE ORIGESAL CAST:
De Wolf Hopper,
Jefferson de Anzelis,
Augmented Orchestra of 25.
ADOLPH NO WAK.... Musical Director.
Sale of Seats begins Thursday,
November 14, at 9 A. M.
J. W. O'BRIEN.....: Proprietor.
E. W. CONNELLYS Manager.
Week of November 11.
A Human Dislocator of Joints, an enigma
to physicians, a mystery to scientists, a
marvel to the public. Indorsed unani
mously by the press, public and the most
eminent medical men of the world.
The White Bearded Vocalist, with a Snow
White Beard. Marie and daughter, Songs
tress and Elocutionist
JO AND TOM,
South Sea Island Warriors.
Also the return for one week only of the
Gen. Andy Switzer and Col. Decker,
And the Greatest Curiosity in the Known
THE HEMRIOH MUMMIES.
The Study for Physicians and Scientists.
OLD CITY HALL,
TUESDAY EVENING. NOV. 19, 1888.
IN AID 07 TBS
Pittsburg Domestic Training School.
The eminent American soprano, Miss
By courtesy of Mr. E. D. WUt, of the
3rand Opera House, where the Is to up-
pear in graou opera m ueceniDer. ana
by whos") kindness she appears at this
Prima Donna of the Jach Grand English Opera
- v.. The Philharmonic Society,
Thomas F. Kirk, Conductor.
MISS AGNES VOGEL, Mezzo-Soprano.
MB. H- B. BBOCKETT, Tenor.
THE P0C0-A-P0C0 ORCHESTRA,
MRS. DR. J. S. WALTERS, Conductor.
Miss Mamie Keuck, Vloliniste.
Mr. William Gnenther, Flute.
The Beethoven Quartet,
Carl Better, Piano; George Toerge, Viola; Fred
Toeree, Violin: Charles Cooper, Cello;
Mr. E. H. Dernutt, Baritone.
C.H. dledle. First Tenor: W. Cliff McCausland,
Second Tenor; F. W. Bearl, First Basso;
G. F. Wagner, Second Basso;
R. Mayer, Pianist.
MR. CARL RETTKR, Pianist.
MR. G. H. GITTINGS, Pianist
MR THOMAS F. KIRK, Director.
Tickets, witn reserved seats, $1 SO and IL
The plan of reserved seats will be ready at
music store of H. Klelier & Bro., 608 Wood st.
On MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, at 9 A. M.
The tickets purchased from the lady man
agers must, in every case, be ezchaged for
reserved seat coupons as above. nolO-92
Monday .Evening, Nov. 11.
Matinees, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
THIS WEEK, NOVEMBER 11.
People this Curiosity Demands Your At
tention, and to Allow Everyone an
Opportunity of Seeing Him He is
Retained Another Week!
The World's Greatest Wonder,
THE OSSIFIED MAN!
Description cannot do him justice. Im
agine a human being, alive and as rigid and
jointless as a s'tpne statue. Onr eminent
physicians admit he is the most perplexing
problem known to the profession.
The Great SEYMOUR, Mind Reader!
And a hundred other interesting, amusing
and instructive objects to be seen.
MR. JOHNNY CONNORS,
The funny Southside Play Actor, will act
in this Allegheny town Museum Opera
House. You all 'know Johnny Connors.
He is ossified in one leg and lives on the
Southside. He is not a freak, but a really
funny plav actor, and anyone who ever saw
him act and did not laugh, and laugh loud,
never did laugh. Mr. Connors is not a
freak, but a play actor, and a good one, too.
He-will be helped by JAMES QTJIGLEY,
TOM PEASLEY, BILLY WATSON and
a lot of other actors in a Pan-American
opera piece, which takes place after' the
other actors have shown you what they can
do. It will be fun from the start to the
World's Greatest Absurdity!
COMING NOVEMBER 18.
8 Bros. Byrne,
And His Mysterious Globe,
The Wood Family.
Mr. Geo. Windham,
Miss Florence Miller,
Blondln, ) The Wonders
Empress, ) Paris.
Mr. Dan Hart,
Byrnes and Helene,
Mr. Pat Rellly,
And the Laughable Comedy,
THE UNDERTAKER'S SOCIAL.
November 13 Lilly Clay's Colossal Gaiety
MONDAY, NOV. 11.
EVSET ATTEBXOOH AHD ETBNIHO.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL OF ALL
THE MA.GIC QXJEEPr:
Car Loads of Entirely New Scenery!
Tons of Gorgeons Paraphernalia!
An Army of Men and Women!
The Beantifnl and Talented American
Actress and Prima Donna,
And a Company of Comedians, Dancers,
Acrobats, Clowns. Actors, Actresses!
Bones, Dances, Marches. Drills.
Week Nov. 17 "A LEGAL WRONG."
.! By .request of thousands of our citizeilsp',
desire to witness the
GRAND SPECIAL ELECTRlCAl
MADE FOE THE
The wonderful process of Welding Iron, Steill
Brass and other metals by Electricity by the
THOMSON WELDING COMPANY.
. The celebrated WESTINGHOTJSE ROT&Rg
ENGINE, never b'eifore operated in public,
whole being the most complete Electrical
Scientific dist)lav ever attempted in this country
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will De open to tne puonc at
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November 9, II, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16,
Prom 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. .
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We have just received and have now ready for Inspection,,
beautiful China Dinner Sets, Fish Seta and a full line of nice;
China, odd pieces, to which we invite the attention of the ladlea-
R. P. WALLACE & CO,,
OPPOSITE BT. CHARLES.
IF THERE IS ONE THING MORE THAN
FOR WHICH WE ARE CELEBRATED IT IS BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
IT IELA.S at.WAYR BEEIsT OTJE; SPECIAL HOBBT AOSTID JPEOBABTj"Sr jiVXj'WA.'SrS W I I iT. HS
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A lAQY w cae yesterday to look at some Clothing for
her boys and afterward returned with her husband
said to us: "I like to come into your store; everybody is so
pleasant, and if I want to look I receive the same polite and
pleasant attention as though I purchased. I am not unpleas
antly urged and importuned to buy, whether I am suited or
not, and I am sending all my friends to you now."
That's what we like to hear. That's what we have been
working for "The pleasantest trading place in Pittsburg."
Many persons dread the ordeal they have to pass through in
some stores endeavoring to find something to suit their taste,
judgment and purse.
TYPE DOESN'T SHOW THE BEAUTY
or outline the pretty charms of the beautiful Clothing we
have in stock for the Boys and Children. In our immense
and grand stock of Boys' and Children's Clothing you'll see
not only piles of School Suits, School Overcoats and Sunday
Clothing, but fine and exclusive styles and patterns that par
ticular mothers will be greatly pleased with. Our standard of
clothing for the Boys is high climbs higher every season; and
supposing we hear of any novel style or bright idea in Boys'
Clothing we're after it like a shot
School Suits (Knee Pants), $2, $2 50, $3, $4
School Overcoats (4 to 14 years), $1 50, $2,
$3, $4 and $5.
School Suits -(Long Pants), $3 50, $4, $5, $6
Schoordvercoats (10 to 17 years), $2 50, $3,
$4, $5, $6 and $7.
Of course we know that Clothing (so-called) for Boys may
be bought for less at bargain (?) houses, but knowing, as we
do, that you expect nothing but reliable clothing for the boys,
here we give you what you expect.
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ITS NO EXAGGERATION
That we show a larger diversity of shrtpes and styles in Bby
and Children's Overcoats and Suits than all the? other localj
dealers combined. "Unique design and graceful outlined
coupled with perfect fit, is a vital consideration; it is just nere'n
that we claim superiority ana our prices are away dciow wnai
vou'd necessarilv oar elsewhere. . ', --.
Just you look, out what money you spend in Boysand J
ft.:!).--'. rMNtJitn- -ntil -irnii'v- bppti the Pennine bartrainsrirei
offer. There isn't another house in Pittsburg that devotesgas:
mnch canital and enerev to Boys' and Children's Clothragias
we do. That we sell a eoodlv Quantity of it is evideacel
the fact that fifty four salesmen are employed in thisJiieB;
Write and tell your friends of the extraordinary
Ibargains we're offering in Boys' and Children's
Clothiner. Or better still, send this naDer along to
(Vthem. You can help them to save money. And
; ithen don't you forget to send us your name and ad-
fi dress and we'll forward free the November number
There's nothing more eloquent than facts. They may be cold, rugged and stern, but they're also
convincing. We want you to come and look at the beautiful goods we're offering for the Boys at prices
below anything you ever before heard of.
And be sure and let your children come in for one of our beautiful Drawing Books, which we're
giving away free. Fulbparticulars therein of the Grand Prize Competition, which all children can enter.
300.TO -ioo i&JLttEZEn:
EVERY MOTHER IS INTERESTED v" ;
In our prices for Boys' and Children's Clothing. What is more,-
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Children cheaper than other houses. You can see ten styles
here to one in any other clothing establishment " Thereis'
"everything here to please both parent and "boy, and to those;V
parents who look closely after the expenditure-of moneyiiSsi 1
is the store above all stores.
Little Boys' Dress Suits, 51ft, $8 arid
$10. . . ' ' v il
Little Boys' Dress OvtarcoaitsjS, $6, $
$8 and $10.
Big Boys' Drees Suits, ,$6t$8, $10 and
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Big Boys' Dress OvrcctsV$6 50, $8
$10, $12 and $15. " '.'.
If you want to get the greatest possible value for moneyl
exDended vou'll visit us sure. Wchave 11 the kinds of BoysJ
j : and Children's Clothing wanted.and tk prices are as r6was
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i it is possible to make them, coasisteat with good Dusmey
A sncial force of ernorienped clerks attendfto
our Mail Order department. . Be sure you sendus
your orders by mL You' can depend on receivjng
goods to suit yon i trery particular, uooasjsw
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Write for or mmied. Moatflm MWki
pbf. our Illustrated Monthly.
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