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Success of the Second Eecital of the
Seethoven Quartet Club.
TbUB SEED OP A LARGEMDSIC HALL
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! TYith Their Best
D'ALBEET AKD SAEiSTE MAT COME EEEE
Bight of way in this colamn to-day be
longs to the second recital of the Beethoven
Quartet vClub, although it cannot here be
reviewed as the 'writer in common with
many other music-lovers who are not gentle
men of leisure was prevented from being
I personally present by the inconvenient hour
chosen. It occurred on Thursday afternoo n
at Hamilton's Music and Art Chamber.
The regular quartet Messrs. Carl Better,
piano; ITred 6. Toerge, violin; George
Toergev, viola, and Charles F. Cooper violon
cellowas assisted this time by Mr. George
Toerge, Jr., violin. Miss Agnes Voeel was
the signer. Mr. Better again proved his
uncommon skill as a programme-maker,
tbxough.the folio wine selection of pieces:
Quintette. Xn ft Boccherinl
Allegretto Into. Presto.
Variazonl suiia i-.uaiata Aotturua 1) Jlaana.
Cradle Sons of the Virgin, with viola obligate.
..-V......... ....... ........... ......Brahms
Miss Agnes Vojtl.
,, Quartette Or. rosik.),for string Instruments,
f (Second andThird jKrements.)
. Andante Con .Motto.
. Scherzo Allegro Molto.
1 "Die loreley." Liszt
i - - Miss Agnes VogeL
' Quintett Op. 44. Schumann
' ' . AUegroBrillante.
- . In Mudx i Una Mareia.
. Scherzo Molto Vivace.
Allegro Ma 2on Troppo.
; Tnere is no element in our musical activity
r standing upon a higher or purer plane of art
than these same chamber music recitals. No
concert coer who is able to attend these Tnurs-
iday matinees can afford to miss any of them.
A copyrighted cablegram from London says
that Gilbert and Sullivan's new opera, "The
Gondoliers, or the King of Barataria," was
' produced last nijht at the Savoy, and was a
' success from start to finish. It is a long time
since these collaborators have brought out so
good a piece of work. Certainly it Is
the best since the Mikado, and may
eten be entitled to rank with their
first successes. The operetta was admirably
Etaeed, and, though It was the 'first night, al
most perfectly presented. Perhaps in no other
of the Gilbert and Sullivan series are there so
many good parts, all the leading members or
the company being cast In the roles they conld
handle best The honors of the evening were
divided between Geraldine Glmar, Jessie Bond,
the two Contadines. and Courtlce rounds and
Butland Barrington, the Gondoliers, though
.Frank Wvatt as the Duke of Plazalcro, and
Sennv as t)on Alhambra del Bolero, the chief
inquisitor, were entitled to almost equal con
sideration. The plot has already been outlined
in THE Dispatch. The music is very light
and "catchy," and is certain to be in the streets
'before the piece is played a week. The libretto
' is' In Gilbert's best manner. One song describes
a democratic Utopia thus:
- Lord Chancellors were cheap as 6prata, .
"" And Bishops in their shovel nati were plentiful as
In point of fact too many ambassadors cropped
up like hay.
Prime Ministers and such as they
Grew like asraragus In May.
Ann Antes were three a penny.
On every side field marshals gleamed.
Small beer were lords lieutenant deemed;
"With Admirals the ocean teemed
All round his wide dominions.
And part leaders you might meet
In twos and threes in every street,
JUalntalnine with no little beat.
Their various opinions.
A finished Gilbertian touch too is in the idea
of the king's foster mother being compelled to
wait IS minutes for the inquisitorin the torture
chamber and supplied with the illustrated
papers, in order that time may not hang too
heavy. All the dialogue in fact Is as bright
and sparkling as the music, and Gilbert and
Sullivan have put the amusement loving
world trader additional obligation.
Mrs. Patti-NicoUnl with ber new auburn
-y 'lair and her husband has come over the sea
and rone to Chicaco. where to-morrow evening
she will help President Harrison inaugurate
the big Auditorium and the next night help
Henry E. Abbey to open his big Italian opera
season. Tamagno, the great Italian tenor. Al
banl and a host of others are to add their
efforts in the latter opera troupe.
-Should they come to Pittsburg it would take
about a 10 scale of prices in our largest theater.
The money would be forthcoming beyond a
doubt, but ma .y would-be auditors would have
to stay at home. When are we to have that
music hall, big enough to admit the great
music-loving public at reasonable prices and
yet pay for the most elaboiate performanceT
It is said that we will have to miss hearing
one of Von Buelow's 20 American concerts
next spring for lack of a suitable, large hall.
Yet the managers should not at'.ach too much
importance to Pittsburg's deficiency In this re
spect. It Is amply made up in other respects
i solar at least as the managers need care abont
it. We have comparatively so few high-class
musical attractions that when one docs come
it can draw upon a larger fund than
would otherwise be the case. There is plenty
of money here, and the sturdy old town is in
the course of an artistic awakening that, makes
it very liberal toward a musical attraction with
a big enough came. The experience of late
years has shown beyond peradventure that such
an attraction asaPattioraVon Buelow can
fill any hall we have at any prices at all within
Sarasate and D' Albert can doubtless do the
same thing, if they come, as is rumored Janu
ary the 13th being named as the probable date.
Nothing has been beard of their coming at
Klebers .or by Mr. Gittings, where the news
would be likely to come early. It is much to
be hoped that the rumor will prove to be well
founded. Eugene D' Albert may safely be
termed the greatest musical genius now in the
country, and Pablo de Sarasate is uot very far
The Pennsylvania State Music Teachers'- As
sociation is preparing for its first annual meet
ing (at Philadelphia, December 26, 27 and 28)
with an energy and enterprise that assure suc
cess. The roll of members from this end of the
State ought to expand largely upon receiving
such proof of that fact as is furnished by the
following partial list of essayists and artists al
Essaylsts-Dr. Hugh A. Clarke, of the Univer
sity or Pennsylvania: snbiect, "Harmony."
Messrs. Daniel Hatcheller and Henry G. Thunder
snbjects. "Tonic Solfa." Mr. Charles F. Bland
ner: subject, "Piano." Mr. Alexander Bach
man: inhjret, "The Organ and Its Relation to
Religions Worship." llr. Fre-Ieric 8. Law.
The Voice.'' Mr. Richard Zeckwer; subject.
"Acoustics, " with experiments.
Others will be added to the above list.
Vocalists Miss Marie fi. Kunkel, soprano: Mrs.
Helen Bolce-Hnnelcker, soprano; Miss C. Collins,
soprano, of Pittsburg. The Philomela Ladles'
?uartet. under the direction or Mr. Frederic
eakes. Including Addle Beed-Flemlng, Miss 8.
May Peddrick, Miss Rose Brady and Miss M.
Shearer; Aaron RTaylor and Julius Von Bereghy,
bassos. It is also probable "that the Young Mffin
nerchor Mixed Chorus will appear at the closing
concert: also the Philadelphia Male Qnartet, un
der C A.Hartmann.and the Macnnerchor Society,
under B. I.- Hermann, the oldest male chorus la
Pianists-Charles E. Xnause. Easton, Pa.: An
thony Stankowltch. Mrs. Martinus Van Gclder,
Thomas A'Becket, Krauleln Emmy Eraerv, J. K
Hlmmelsbach. Charles H. Jarvls, all or Philadel
phia: Carl Better, J. H. Gittings, or Pittsburg.
Messrs. Better and Gittings will perform com
positions for two pianos.
Organlsta-Oavld D. Wood, Albert W. Borst
and Frederics: Maxson, Samnel T. Strang. ,
VloUnUts-Gustav Hllle, William Stoll. Jr.,
Martinus Van Gelder, Edward A. Brill, Richard
Schmidt and Master L. Gustav Schmidt.
Violoncello-Mr. Kudolph Hennig and Air. Louis
.Compositions Among the compositions br
lnnsvlvanlacomDOS rs thns far Rf)M-tf,H rimrs-
, formanee are: Trio for piano, violin and vlolon-
1 -cello, by TV. W. Gilchrist, of Philadelphia; Fest
'Sonata for violin and piano, by Martinus Van
Gelder; Piano Quartet for piano, violin, viola and
violoncello, by Ad M. Foerster, of Pittsburg.
Crotchet and Quaver.
The Balmoral Choir, a body ot Scotch sing
ers of International fame, has been engaged by
the Waverly Society, of this city, for a concert
at Old City Han on the third evening of next
Foe the Osborne-Mitchell wedding at Frank
lin, Pa-, on Wednesday evening, the music will
be furnished by Mr. Will H. CuUis' boy choir
from Oil City, and Gernert's Orchestra from
rJxrBma the special services at St. Agnes B
C. Church next Sunday morning; Gounod's
"Hesse Solennelle" will be given by the chorus
' choir under the direction of Mr. K. Cartus,-aud
with the assistance of Miss Grace Miller, Miss
Caroline Echmertz, Mr. Harry B. Brockett and
-18 players from Gernert's Orchestra,
Eeckst letters from Mr. John Donne!! Baire
to his Pittsburg relatives betray a longing for
his native land that may ere long bring him
back again from England. This time it will
probably mean the permanent location at some
1 Cis-AtlantlB city or PitUburg's sometime
favorite basso proftmdo. Mr. Balfe made his
first 'appearance in opera not long since and
".; scored a most gratifying aaccess.
Sv jferA BRUiiAKT wind-up for the pretest season .
is assured in the fact that the Mosart Club has
executed a contract with Manager 0. A. Ellis,
for the assistance of the Boston Symphony
Orchestra at the two last concerts ot the club,
on May 19 and 20. This means that the extra
ordinary pledges for this season made by the
Mozart Club to its associate members will be
carried out in the most satisfactory manner. It
is not too late for more associates to subscribe,
and still get more for their 10 than heretofore.
Little Otto Heoske, not being the first
to arrive, has naturally made less of a sensation
than did his forerunner, Josie Hoffmann, but
the thonghtful critics are quite unanimous in
rating bis plavlng as of higher musical value
and as being just about as remarkable in point
of technique as that of the mueh-feted Josl.
A point in Otto's favor is that he does not try
to conduct an orchestra or compose original
tunes for newspaper publication. When he
comes to swing around the circle, we will be
glad to hear him here in.Pittsbnrg.
Miss Agnes HTrsmraTOir, a contralto well
remembered here, and who has made such an
enormous success as Paul Jbnet in London,
now has the bonor of having three distin
guished men engaged in constructing a new
operetta for her especial nse. Btsson is writing
the libretto, and Planqnette tho. mnsic, and
Burnand, the editor or Punch, Is putting Bls
son's French into English. Miss Huntington
has lust signed a new lease with the Prince ot
Wales Theater at a salary said to be the high
est ever paid in the annals ot comic opera in
Bismaeck does not like music It is said
that he has not attended the opera more than a
dozen times in all bis life, and that since 1S65
he has been there only twice: in 1879 to the gala
performance in honor to the golden wedding of
Emneror William L. and in October, this year,
on the occasion oi the visit of Alexander HL,
Uzar or Russia, to Berlin. The Prince Chan
cellor once said to the painter, Lenbacb, that
be had neither ear nor inclination for music,
and that he preferred the music made by an
Italian organ-grinder, or by s peasant playing
the accordeon to that of any opera in exist
According to a paragrapher in the Phila
delphia Musical Journal, "Patti, the divine
singer, receives the largest wages ever paid to
an artist human or divine. She is paid 5,500
every night she sings in the Albert Hall in
London. Even with this and the expenditure
of $3,000 for each concert ber managers are able
to show a profit of from S2,000 to $3,000 per
night. Patti has earned by ber own exertions
more money than any five women that ever
lived on the face or this earth. Her receipts
since she began singing in public, 25 years ago,
cannot be much short or $3,000,000, and she has
several years of profitable farewelling ahead of
The Boston Quintet Club has been secured
by Mr. J. H. Gittings for a chamber music re
cital at the Pennsylvania Female College next
Friday evening. The club comprises Messrs.
John F. Rhodes and Paul Mende, violins;
Adolph Burose, flute and viola: A. Becker,
viola and 'cello, and Louis Blumenberg, 'cello.
Tho assisting soprano this season is Miss Annie
Carpenter. Since this club was organized by Mr.
Blumenberg, the brilliant 'cello player, two or
three years ago it bas attained a large measure
of success through the country, quite dividing
the suffrages once given to the Mendelssohn
Quintet Club, of which it may be regarded
as an offshoot.
In looking over the announcements for the
coming musical season abroad, nothing is more
noteworthy than the manner in which Wagner
is invading the opera houses of all European
countries. Italy's leading opera house, the
Scala, will open with "Die Meisterslnger."
Spain will hear theNlbelung trilogy, and so
will Copenhagen under the direction of Svend
sen. At Brussels 'Tristan" and "Sieg
fried" are to be produced in French, and
Pesth is to have several of Wagner's later
works in a Hungarian version. And In New
York, of course, Wagner will be the chief at
traction or the opera season, as usual. It is
now time for Mr. Rowbotham or some other
"crank." to come forward and repeat the an
nual assertion that "Wagnertsm has had its
Cay." Musical Courier.
Mes. Schaabschhxot under hernewnams,
Rosa Linde, seems to have added materially to
ber already high reputation in the city of her
former residence by the artistic appendix she
added to the Levy programme. If she had no
prior casus belli with Levy & Co., she would
have one in the fact that since she left they
have gone on with another contralto, but with
the same circulars, lithographs, programmes,
etc, representing to the public that it is Mme.
Rosa Linde who is still assuming that part In
one Ohio town the writer last week saw the
windows adorned with the face that is so well
known here, and heard music lovers discussing
the merits of Rosa Linde's singing, which they
supposed they bad been listening to in the Levy
concert there on November 26. This is a rank
deception of the public and an insult to two
artistes that Jules Levy ought to be ashamed
The Allegheny Musical Association will
make Us first public appearance In a concert
for the benefit ot the Allegheny General Hos
pital, to be given in tho Fourth U. P. Church,
Arch street and Montgomery avenue, on Tues
day evening or this week. Mr. W. A. Lafferty
will conduct; the chorus will number about 100
voices and the orchestra about 40 plavers, half
of them amateurs that formerly belonged to
the Zltterbart Orchestra, and have been got to
gether for the occasion by Mr. Coblentz. The
choral numbers will be Sir Julius Benedict's
short cantata "Legend of St, Cecilia" (text by
Henry F. Chorley) and 8ehubert's "Song of
Miriam" for soprano solo and chorus. The
soloists will be Mrs. It C. Webster, Mrs. F. W.
Kiefer, Mr. Beveridge Webster, Mr. John
Gernert and Mr. Charles F. Cooper.- Interest
in the debut of the chorus so auspiciously or
ganized a year or so ago combined with a
charitable disposition toward the worthy bene
ficiary should combine to make this occasion
more than ordinarily successful.
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We have reduced prices on all these goods
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Smyrna rugs, SI 75 to $4.
Lace enrtains, 65c a pair np.
Velvet carpets, 80o to $1 a yard.
Brussels carpet, 80c to 51 a yard.
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627 and 629 Penn avenue,
Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday.
Charles Zademacfc ;,Vi""p.itt.6b.nrB
1 Marie Koch Wildwood station
1 Charles McCarthy 'EIX8!?1"
Mary McLanphlln Pittsburg
(Norman C. Andrews Imperial
(Lena V. Woodford Imperial
i Henry Schtllln-. Shaler township
lldaQlerlnjr Shaler township
(Jacob Keller ?.tt8Jnre
J Annie Cnrran Pittsburg
J Antonio Bertollna Westmoreland county
Flora Lelenx Westmoreland county
HENSELL SCHLOTTER Thursday even
ing. November 28, 1880, by Rev. D. L. Kennedy,
of the First Presbyterian Church, Allegheny,
at the residence of the bride's mother, S3 Ohio
street, Allegheny, Minnie BcHrotrEB to
Habbt H. Henseix.
SHRIVER BRADY Thursday eyenlng.Ce
cember 5,1889, at the residence of the bride's
mother, by the Rev. L. McGulre, "Ida E,
Bbadt, of Pittsburg, to Geoboe P. Shbiveb,
of Allegheny City.
BOWERY On Friday. December 6, 1889,
Teresa, the wife of Frederick Bowery, at
their residence. West Bellevue, Avalon station,
Funeral services at her late residence at 2 p.
jr., Mondat, December 9. Interment private.
EDELMAN At Canton, O., December 7,
18S9.at2a5A.M.,MABYA.EDELMAN, in her
42d year, sister of Deputy Warden Gang.
Funeral on Monday, December 9, 1889, at 2
o'clock P. M., at Canton, O.
ENGEL-iOn Friday, Decembor 6, 1889, at 2
A. il, Chbtstiaw Enoel, aged 68 years 2
months 7 days.
Fnneral on Sunday at ISO p. u. from his
late residence, No. 2021, Josephine street,
Southside. Services in Rev. Lorch's Church
at 2 P. x. Friends and members of Mt Oliver
Lodge, K. L. of H. are respectfully invited to
FOLEY On Saturday. December 7, at 1130
A. M., Mrs. Anne Foley, wife of Alderman
John Foley (Ninth ward, Allegheny), in her
Funeral from her late residence, Superior
street, Allegheny, on MoNDAYjArTEBNooN,
December 9, at 2 o'clock, Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
HAMILTON At Wilklnsburg, on Saturday,
December 7. 1889, at 3 a. m.,Axexandeb
Hamilton, in his 85th year.
.Funeral services will be held at the residence
ot his son, Rooert Hamilton, corner Wallace
and Coal streets, Wilklnsburg, on Monday,
December 9, at 1:30 V. tt.
KILGALLON Suddenly, on Friday, De
cember 15, 18S9, at 430 A. M., TEBSIE,wlfe ot
William Kilgallon, aged 23 years.
Funeral services at late residence, 152 Indus
try street, Scnday, December 8, at 1 p. k.
Interment private. 3
KENWORTHY On Thursday. December 5
1889. WiiLiAH Kenwobthy, aged 63 years,
at his residence, 44v Webster avenue.
Funeral on Sunday aftebnoon, at 2
Western papers please copy. 8
MCCARTHY On Saturday, November 7,
1889. at 4 A. k,. Catharine mcCabthy, aged
Funeral will take place from the residence of
her son, Daniel McCarthy, No. 11 Nineteenth
street, Pittsburg: on. Sunday aftebnoon at
320 o'clock. Friecdsof
: the family are respect-
fully invited to attend.
MENZEMER-In Allegheny City, on Fri
day. December fl, at 8 A. sl, Chbistoph Men
zemer, aged 60 years, 4 months and 8 days.
Funeral Sunday, December 8, at 2 p. at,
from the Salem Church of the Evangelical As
sociation, on Franklin street, Allegheny City.
MURPHY On Saturday December 7, at 6 A,
it. Jambs a. Murphy, aged 20 years.
Funeral from residence oi J. F. Canfleld,
Homestead. Train leaves Homestead station
1129, Monday, December 9, 1889. Friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
O'CONNOR On Friday. Decembers, 1889, at
5:10 A. Km Katie, daughter of Timothy and
Bridget O'Connor, aged 1 vear and 2 weeks.
The funeral will take place from the residence
of ber parents, comer Fifty-third and Butler
streets. Eighteenth ward, on Sunday, at 2
p. a. Friends oi the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
STEELE On Friday evening. December 6,
1SS9, Thomas H. Steele, brother of Mrs. E.
Funeral services SundAy aftebnoon at
220 o'clock, from hU late residence, 24 Monte
rey Street, Allegheny. Interment later.
SCHARFF On Friday, December 8, 1889, at
2 P. u., Ida Phixoiona, daughter of George
and Matilda Scharff, aged 9 years; 6 months and
Funeral from the parents' residence, 193
Sprtng'Garden avenue, Allegheny, on S unDat,
December 8, at l.p. M. Friends of the family
are respectfully Invited to attend. 2
TONER At her residence. No. 29 Monterey
street, Allegheny, Friday at 2:80 P.M., Mrs.
ANN Tonke, in the 76th year or ber age.
Service at St. Peter's Cathedral, Allegheny,
at 920 A. il Monday. Interment private.
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Tables, Cabinets, Easels,
Screens and all pertaining to
home furnishing. An early
inspection is solicited.
P. C. SMoeneck,
711 LIBERTY ST.
OPP. WOOD STBEET.
Is now the busy part of the
house. Attractions are as
bright as new coin, and it is a
sight to see the constant
stream of Buyers' taking ad
vantage in the styles and
prices. We name but a few
of many excellent bargains.
Not on tape, but, in fact:
Men's Fine Goat Slippers, "Quilted,"
Men's Embroidered Slippers, 75c.
Men's Lizzard Slippers, $1,
In the very Finest -Grade
our varieties embrace every
imaginable shade, shape and
material to make a satisfac
Market St, Entrance 430-436.
Braddock House, 916 Braddock Ave.
The quickest way to get a
good new thing into use is to.
take the risk of it
You can get the corset
that, more than any other,
gives a woman a happy face,
you can wear it two or three
weeks and return it if not
satisfactory. Ask at your
store. The corset is Ball's. '
The store has a primer on
Corsets also. That is worth
Chicago Cosset Co., Chicago andTSew Yorfc,
V n nfnl iiWijlfrnmril"i mTfffT-UJL
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BOSTON NOVELTY STORE,
406 and 40Wood Street.
A We have the largest stock of Toys, Dolls,
Albums, Games, Fancy China, Glass and other
Holiday Goods in Pittsburc. "
LOOK AT OUR BARGAINS:
A Boldler'Set, only 60a
Magic Lanterns, 25c, 39c, 60c, to IS.
Boys' Sleds, S8c750c, 75c, (L
Girls' Sleds. 38c, 50c, 75c. SL
Boys' Tool Chests, 10c, 25c, 60c U
Dolls' Trunks, 60c, 75c, M. SI 25.
Children's Decorated Tea Bets, 10c,19e,S8c,60a
Children's China Wash Sets, We, 25c, 60c.
Children's Bureaus, 'in Chestnut, 25c, 60c, tl.
Children's Tables, 19c, 2K, 60c, IL
Wire Bedstead, with .mattress and pillows,
Dolls' High Chairs, 25c, 60c, L
Dolls' Swings, only 25c
Brass Drums, 19c 25c, 380 to 82.
Plush Dog,.on rollers, only 25c . .,
Plush Toilet Case, black fittings, only 75c
Plush Toilet Case. white fittings, our leader.JL
Shaving Set, in Flush Box, only SL
Odor 8etS, only 10c 1&C 25c, $L
Plush Work Boies, 60c, M to S3.
Manicure Set, in Plush Box, only SL
Kid Body Dolls, biSque bead, flowing hair, 19
inches long, shoes and stockings, only 25c
Jointed Doll, bisque head, flowing hair; 15
inches long, worth 6oc Only 25c
Jointed Doll, bisque- bead, flowing hair, 15
inches long, dressed with hat. our leader, 39c,
. Patent Head DolL hair, stuffed body, 11
inches long, 10c
Musio Boxes, playing one tune, only 39c
Thousands of Dolls for 6c
Elegant Vases, assorted styles, be to S3 SL
Bisque Ornaments. 5c to $2.
Plush-Albums, full size, only 69c
Beautiful Decorated Front Wall Pockets,
56-Piece Decorated Tea Set; only S3 89.
12-piece Decorated Toilet Set, with Jar, S3 0,
U 60,55. j
H. G. HAYDEN 8L CO.
NOW READY '
For inspection. The largest and most beau
tiful display we have ever mode.
NOW IS THE TIME
To get best selection. Special lot of
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES'
At $5, formerly sold at $10, $11, $12,. ages 3
to 12, all splendidly made. This is a rare
chance. All onr Cloaks marked down 25
to 0 per cent less than regular price. Come
at once and secure a genuine bargain.
HOSIERY and TJNDERWE AR sellin g
rapidly at the low prices we bave marked
them. You will be astonished to see the
GRAND GOODS we are offering at less
than the prices of inferior ones.
GLOVES and MITTS Extra good val
ues in "Wool, Cashmere and Silk, for ladies,
children ana men 20c to finest qualities.
Special attention called to our line of
MEN'S KID GLOVES and MITTS, lined
and uulined, also Tan, Deer, Lambskin,
Colt, etc., etc We cau Bare you 25 per
cent on these goods. Come and see.
ETOpen till 9 r. m. Saturdays.
710 Penn avenue, 710.
Between Seventh and Eighth sts.
TEETH, $5, $8, $10.
Gold fillings from SI an. Araalgap, 50c;
diver, 75c; white alloy, SL
Gold Crowns a specialty.
DR. 3. M. McCZiABEN.
Corner Smithfield and Fourth avenue
HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF
At this time of year it has been our custom to have a Clearance Sale of all our
odds and ends of Carpets and Furniture. These sales have always been remarkably
successful for the reason that this community can always rely on the advertisement
of the time tried
HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO.
405 "Wood s"bx,ee"b-
REDUCTIONS GREATER THAN EVER.
Former price of this suit, $40,
For this week, in seven pieces, $28.
sT!l.'-,4 CJLc ik f-Ei. sa trvi .lrl swt?W.
Everything en Easy Terms, as y ok Wee them.- -.
$40 Parlor Suit now $28.
$25 Chamber Suit now $18. .
.s - . , $15 "Wardrobes now $10,
: t f' . $20 Sideboard now. $1.
' ' V.-JEECBf K2TZFE BAS SEEN EUT, JDT CARPETS.
) u Iy'. '' Eemnanittdyottr own price. ,.'l ..
HOUSEHOLD CREDIT CO.
405 iW"ood. S-bx-ee-b-
AdCMWVitAMMl CkMMiiM if
A Feast far Ecauomkal Buyers -
Children's. Kali Suits Sises 2& to 6
years, mncy all-wool Cheviot,, trimmed with
Corduroy, sad eqsal to any $6 Salt, Now
Childrea's Kilt, Suits SUee3 toSyean,
maroon and bronze colored Velvets. Former
price $3 STL. Now $6 SO.
BoyB'Ksee Pants Suits Siaes 4 to 14
years, nobby Check: Cawlmere a regular $fl
Suit Now $i
Boys' Knee Pants Suits Sixes 4 to M
years, all-wool gray mixed Cassiaere, clatk
finish. Cheap at $6 CO. Now $3V v
Boys Long "Pants Suits Sisea 14 to IS
years, very fine silk-mixed "Worsted. Offered
elsewhere at $15. Ours only $12.
Boys' Long Pants Suits, in nobby plaid
and stripe Ca&simere; sizes 12 to' 18 years,
$T SO and $3 50.
Men's Sack and Cutaway Suits, in all
wool Cheviots in various plain and fancy
patterns, at $10, $11, $12,. $13 50; in Cassi
metti of the newest patterns at $9, ($10, $Ur
$12, $13, and in Worsteds in plain and fancy
patterns at $8, $10, $12, $15 and up.
Children's Overcoats, sizes 4 to 10 years,
in good blue Chinchilla, former price $3 75..
Now only $2.
Bovs' Overcoats, 10 to 17 year sizes, f n
nobby, stylish Cassimeres; best of goods and
making, only $3 CO.
Boys' and Children's Cape Overcoats, sizes"
from 4 to 16 years, all grades from $3 up.
Men's Overcoats, in the best of All-Vfool
goods, varions patterns and snades. at 10,
$11, $12, $13 and $14.
ESTSpecially Low Prices also in Hats,
Umbrellas, Gloves, Neckwear, White
Shirts, Smoking Jackets, etc.
Tailors, Clotliers ail Batters,
161, 163 Federal St, Allegheny.
It is a wonderful
articles In one. SO
ncsitious. ret bo aim
pie, datable and elegant Xmas orders cora
ine in rapidly. Call early. We also carry the.
largest Irna of office desks In ,tb city.
STEVENS CHAIR. CO.,
NO. 3 SIXTH ST.
H. H. DURBIN & CO.,
, 63 FIFTH AVBNTJE..
Riob Jewelry and Precious Sfones.
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HOLIDAY BARGAINS !
Dfekeas' "Works, 15 Volumes, in
Dickens' WnrVsLl5 Volumes, in
Dickrens Worts. IS VolTimna.
9 - ...... ., w - - -
Scott's Works, 13 Volumes, in Cloth, 84 OO.
Scottfs Works, 13 Volumes, in Half Morocco, $7 50.
Scotfs Works, 13 Volumes, in Half Calf, 88 50.
Thackeray's Works 10 Volumes, in Cloth, 84 OO.
Thackeray's Works, 10 Volumes, in Half Morocco, 86 60,
Thackeray's Works, lO Volumes, in Half Calf, 87 OO. ' '
George Eliof s Works, 6 Volumes, in Cloth, 82 75.
George Eliot's Works, 6 Volumes, in Half Morocco, 8400..
George Eliof s Works, 6 Volumes, in Half Calf, 84 60.
Cooper's Works, 16 Volumes, in Cloth, 87 60.
Cooper's Works, 13 Volumes, in Half Morocco, 810 60. . (
Coopera Works, 16 Volumes, in Half Calf, 812 OO. .
Leather Stocking Tales, b? Cooper, 5 Volumes, in Cloth, 82 OO. v
Iieather stocking Tales, by Cooper,.5 Volumes, in Half Morooco,Wj
leather Stnck-inc TflJaa. tru- Ooorier. 5 Volumes. In Half Oalt &3?l
sea Tales, Djr uooper, o volumes, m uioux, $2 uu.
Sea Tales, by Cooper, a Volumes, in Half Morocco, 83 OO.
Sea. Tales, by Cooper, 5 Volumes, in Half Calf, 83 50,
Irving's Works, 6 Volumes, in Cloth, 83 OO.
Irring's Works, a Volumes, in Half Morocco, 84 25.
Irving's Works, 6 Volumes, in Half Oalf, 84 50.
Irving's Life of Washington, 3 Volumes, in Cloth, 81 50.
Irving's Life of Washington, 3
Irving's Life of Washington, 3
BOOKS FOR BOYS.
BOOKS FOR LADIES,
y. ALL ABOUT DOLLS.
White Dolls and Black Dolls.
Blonde Dolls and Brunette DoHs.
Large Dolls and Small Dolla
Long Dolls and. Short Dolls. x ,
Handsome Dolls and Ugly Dolls. .-
Crying Dolls and Laughing Dolla '
Talking Dolls and Silent Dolls.
Male Dolls and Female Dolls.
Old Dolls and Young Dolls. , ,.'
Dressed Dolls and Undressed Dolls. .
Bisque Dolls and Wax Dolls.
GunTDolla and Bag Dolla,
;-- Dolls' Shoes and Dolls' Stockings.
'., Dolls' Hats and Dolls Parasols.
'."' : ;. Dolls' Kitchens and Dolls' FumituraJ
Dolls' Heads and Dolls' Bodies.
Dolls' Combs and Dolls' Brushes.
, , . Dolls'
Dolls' Corsets and Dolla' Bustles. ., '"
.;.-,- Dolls' Pianos and Dolls' Trunks, i-
: ' . .
New Department Stores,
HZOLrDA.1T S2STAIP IsTO. lO.
SI 00 will tray yon either a butter dlsb. so car bowl, pickle castor, card receiver, spoon bolder. ;
ir-ntr rnrW and moon ar gllTer can. Thev are all trinle-Dlated wars and warranted. r
Fire-bottle castor, triple prate, atlZ; napkin rings, 25c; salts and peppers at 15c; caka
baskets, gold lined, at s-'; tea set, irKinaing spoon
KZ. &bnn?, 934
MONEY TO IRELAND, SCOTLAim.
Wales and England, can best be stmt by
1 cbecks on tbe "Cberrae Bank," whicb are cashed
by an bankers, mercbants and tradespeople. "
we sell them at lowest rates:
MAX SCHAMBERG & CQ..527SMITHFIELD STREET!
HOPPER moa & ca'a
"We are QTerorowded aad in order not to
In all departments for the next two weeks.
chases lor the Holidays, come aown ana loocorer onr elegant assortment ot
Vam am mVft Tonr selection oat of 360 styles,
retariet, Masic. Parlor and Maatel Cabinets, and a host or other pretty things all raitobW 1
for Christmas Presents. Bat how much nicer it would be to surprise yonr ii;tTcl
daHghters br presesHng tiam with a fiaBOwme
' PARLOR SUIT.
Cose down and look oyer onr line on this
lag we oaa please you. uar terms are
CASH OR EAST PAYMENTS.
HOPPER BROS. & C0
THE : LEADING : HOUSE : FURNlSHtPWfl
Cloth, 84 60.
Half Morcfcco. 89 OO.
An. Half Half. 810 60. . Ait
Volumes, in Half Morocco, 82 16V ' i
Volumes, in Half Oalf, $2 25.
BOOKS FOR GIRLS.
BOOKS FOR GENTLEMENS
Toilet Sets and Dolls' Diahea
jjoitsr carriages ana uoiis EsmgE
Street, Pittsburg, Ptf
noiaer, sngar dowi, cream pitcner, onneraisag
Liberty SL, Cor. Smithfield.
block np the house entirely we have
make a '-'
If yoa hare not yet decided oa tout.
which we will show too. BooVelnesvi
floor, and if yoa hays any intealiosMMM
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