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E NEWS:IK BRIEF.
jto'llR. Albert G. Fortes, toe United Stttef Mln-
Friday. Dr. John Bartiett was creraated.' d
then the uhes Interred the sitae u an ordinary
3 PitrtrV Rntlirav ii-x1 SO &n emnloTB Of the
Uganhattan Electric Lighting Companr, was
juiiea oy an elecinc snocc in Jsw iorj. vnj
' Wnilim A. AnlnmlLi Tonnt man from
iBrooklro. N. Y was taken to the Baltimore
Cltr Hosnitxl KridiT nicht from Perrmlle.
He was snSerine from an orerdose of oplom.
He died yesterday.
John R. Wise, of Virginia, who Is now In
New York.1 disemted with the present admin
istration, and writes to a ReDnbUCan friend In
Vashlncton that "they are a mugwump, snif
L" 1 1 j"' lftl (Vk
Dissension has arisen in the Austrian Cabi
net oTer the draft of the rcDlr that Connt Taaf e
Pimised to Herr Plener, the leader of the
rman party in Bohemia. It is reported that
two memoers 01 e Ministry wreaten to re-'fticn.
Ch&rlei Wilton, a vonne track drirer. who
'''"was Friday sentenced in New York City to 20
years; imprisonment lor rranwanfnter, in
'Ehootinrhii wife. Louise, in a lit of iealousy.
attempted suicide yesterday morning in the
..xonios prison or taking poison, ine prompt
e ol a scomacn pump savea nis iue.
, AreDort has been received at Washincton
'that RerjresentatiTe-elect Shipley, of Gntbrie
:county, Iowa, is in a critical condition at his
;, some near xaie. irom toe resuiw 01 u
SJie recerred In nis recent cumcnity wuo v.
Edwards, and is not expected to live more than
& few boars. Thi grand jury of Guthrie coun--tv
has returned an indictment against Ed-
Three prominent Mexicans, supposed to be
ringleaders of the White Caps and fence cnt-
,ters, in Hew Mexico, nave oeen arrested at
mFlm Vegas, making seTen memnjau,ana is
rt-iareyet tobe arrested tor muraerana otner
VCTlUirft. .UCUC4H1 M.iuwviTO .1.0.
dents of San Miguel county, wno are nteiy to
be arrested for complicity in these land
" The Companma Mercantu, a small local
Mmninrfn Pin tnditip in rubber, has neti-
"-I'lionftd the authorities of the Provisional Gor-
Eernment in Para for an order compelling all
pother rubber nouses in t-ara to pay to toe ixov
lernment. for the credit of the Compannia Mer
tfcautU, the Bum of 20 rells (three-eicbtbs of a
,cent) for ererr pound of rubber bought of such
?honte, the object being to raise the price of
HORSFOUD ACID PHOSPHATE
Impani Renewed Strength
xAnd -rigor where there has been exhaustion.
Ladies. Have You Hair
inn rWksL chin or 1id? If so. vou can
Shave every hair destroyed lore ver without
Spain, sear or injury by the electric needle by
consulting Dr. J. VanDyck, electro sur
rgeon, permanently located at 602 Perm are.
I5f ever fails. Book free.
Its superior excellence proven in millions of
homes for more than a quarter of a century.
It Is used by the United State Government.
Indorsed by the heads of the great universities
as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia, Lime of Alnm. Sold only
in cans. PEICE BAKING POWDER CO.
MEW TORE. CHICAGO. 8T. LOUIS.
Gold Spectacles, Gold Eyeglasses, Opera
masses, r iem ana xounsts uiasses, Magic
Lanterns, Microscopes, Graphoscopes, Pho-'
tograpuic cameras, etc
No. 50 .Fifth Avenue,
NEAR WOOD STREET.
Telephone No. 16S3. de8-100
TTa(f 65 NIN TH ST.
Office hours for inserting eyes, 1 to 3 p. it
Saturdays, 1 to" 8 P. m. de3-S3-an
1T1TJ youmarriedT If not.sendyonraddressto
AiiJi THK AMERICAN CORRESPONDING
YOU CANNOT THINK OF A. MORE
ACCEPTABLE PRESENT FOR
A GENTLEMAN THAN ,;.
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, inch aa Wind and Pain In the Stomach, Sick
Hesdanhe, Giddiness, .Fulness and Swelling after Meals, Dlxzinesa and Drowsiness,
Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, '
Scurvy. Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and aUNervocs
and Trembling Sensations, &c THB FIRST DOSE W1X.I, OTVE KELTEr IN IWifliTt
MIXUTES. This is no fiction. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to by one Box of these Pills,
and they will be acknowledged to be a Wonderful Medicine. "Worth a guinea a box."
BEKCHAH'S PILLS, taken as directed, will quickly restore female to complete health. For a
WEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
they ACT LIKE MAGIC: a letedoewIIlworkwooder8 upon the Vital Organs, Strength
ening the muscular System; restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing bock the keen edge of
appetite, and arousing with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole physical energy of the
human frame. These are " facts " admitted by thousands, in all classes of society, and one of the
best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated is that BSSCEMt'S PILLS HATE SES LA23E3I 8AL1
St iSI- PATd! lESICnra IS SH VOELS. Full direcUons'with each Box;
Prepared only by THOS. BEECHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England.
Sold by Druggists generally. B. F. ALLEN & CO., 3G5 and 307 Canal St., New Tork.
Bolo Agents for the TJnited States, trfto inquire first), if your druggist does not keep them,
WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE. 25 CENTS A BOX.
BROADWAY SILK HATS!
At 53, $4, 55, 56.
It yon. prefer a fine Fur Cap we can give
a choice or genuine AiasKaoeais at $o,$o,
Gloves and Gauntlets in Seal, Otter and
Bearer at $i, 55 56. 58, 510.
Oregon Seal Caps at 48c, 87c, 98c, 51 20,
A superb line of Gents' Fine Furnishings.
Gold and Silver Head Umbrellas a Specially.
The Hatter and Furnisher,
421 and 423 Smithneld St
SOLID GOLD SPECTACLES
And Bye Glasses, S3 and upward.
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
o24.108.ttssu 22 SIXTH ST., Pittsburg.
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Make jour Holiday purchases at the Headquarters for all the Leading Brands of
Champagnes, Clarets, Brandies, Ports, Sherries,
;-.. '...-Gins, Sauternes, Etc.
Also a complete stock of ' '
HOLMES, GIBSON AND-FINCH
XW ASTpf TMnjCKlTS,
W. H. HOLMES & SON,
120 WATE1R STREET AND 158 FIRST AVENUE,
NO. 264 S. CLARK ST., CHICAGO.
Send for Price List. Family trade has our careful attention. Telephone 303.
, SNA.P NO. 13.
Ladies' rolid gold watches, Elgin stem winding movements, cases encrusted with genuine
diamonds. $10 00; ladies' solid gold watches. American movements, richly engraved cases, $25 00.
ladies' solid gold watches, stem winders and setters, Geneva movements, J9 00, SU 50, f 15 00
and 817 60, all warranted for time and quality.
Gents' solid gold watches. American movements, $19 00 to tio 00. Gents' cold filled watches,
Elgin, Waltbam or Springfield, from SIS 50 to 20 00, cases warranted for 20 Teats' wear.
Boys' watches, solid silver, SI 75. S6 SO, $8 uo.
ladies' Chatelaine watches from S3 50 to 65 00.
. SIvEri?, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield.
P. S. All the latest novelties in srerware,"cloc and jewelry of every description suitable
for Christmas presents. . del5-TTSSu
FROM THE FURNITURE CENTER OF THE WORLD!
;t o n:oiExd-isr
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L v li-Nofed for Its Durability Hi Artistic Workr
, From this you can judge wtt kind of goods wo handlo
FOR m HOLIDAYS!
We have nothing In our stock but Useful Presents, suoh as . ? '
BSDROO SUITS in Walnut, Oak and Ohenry. '-W
PABLOB SUITS of the best makes.
Sidebods,-OhifCbniers, Wardrobes, and we would especially esU
your .attention to our stock of Fancy Chairs, Tables, Desks, Moaio OaT"
. iwn& .-
inets and Bookcases.
Our Terms Being Cash, You Are the Gamer. -f
It will pay you to. call aa d.esami e our stock before purchasing
437 SMITHFIELD STREET.
NOTE Beginning To-morrow Evening we will keep our store open
until the Holidays for accommodation of the public.
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DAY M TUESDAY, DEC. 16s17
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The formal Grand Opening of our greatly enlarged, extended, improved and remodeled Business Block will take place to
morrow and Tuesday, and we propose to inake it
ONE OF THE GREATEST EVENTS IN THE COMMERCIAL ANNALS OF THIS STATE.
The entire Mammoth Building, has "been transformed into one vast Bower of Beauty. Every floor and department gor-
5 geously decorated and brilliantly illuminated. . Miles of Foliage, Mountains of Plants. Millions of Flowers. Milky way ot las
ana Jiiiectnc ign. it win be a sight ot Regal Splendor and one worth journeying a hundred miles to see.
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TWO GRAMD PROMENADE
(by the cathedral band)
To-Morrow and Tuesday Nights, 7 till 10:30
No jubilee without music. We have engaged the
celebrated Cathedral Band for' this occasion and
they've promised us to do their best So look out"
for an exceptionally fine aural treat.
The programmes for the two nights concerts are
1. Concert March.. Kiesler.
2. Overture.. Ten Minutes with the Minstrels
3. Selection.. Yeoman of the Guard.. Sullivan.
4. Waltz.. Danube Waves.. Ivenovice.
5. Serenade.. Brooks.
6. Hunting Scene.. BucklossL
7. Overture.. A Brass Monkey.. Zimmerman.
8. Potpourri.. A Night in Berlin.
9. Andante Waltz.. Something Sweet.. Ripply.
10. Patrole Comique-.Hindley.
11. Moonlight Serenade.. Arr'g'd by Rohr.
12. Gallop.. Good Night.. Beyer.
TUESDAY NIGHT: ' '
March . . Razzle Dazzle . .Prendville.
Overture . . "Vive La France . . Bosquette
Potpourri.. Forster Melodies.. Beyen" ,
Waltz.. Melodies of the South.. Conterno.
Quickstep . . Nianta . . Mackie.' - '"
Waltz . . Gambler's Dream . . Bennett
8. Serenade.. Baritone and Tuba. .Cblman.
9. Song and Dance. .Dream of Love Casey.
10. Come Where My Love Lies' Dreaming?". Foerster'
11. Schottische.-Down WentMcGinty;fAr.,by Rohr.
12. March .. Dedicated to KaufmannsH.Rphr.
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POP CORN BAKERY.
BRUSTG THCE OHILDRBIsn
The children bless the children. We want to see 'em all on our two Grand Open
ing days, to-morrow and Tuesday. The royal treat we have prepared' for them will de
light ana amuse them beyond expression. y
A genuine Royal Italian Tantoccini or Puppet
Show in full operation in our corner window.-
HERE'S THE PROGRAMME:
First act The great Blondin dancing on Tight
Second act Mysterious Turk, forming eight
different figures in full view of the audience.
Third act Ball Tosser, performing marvelous
Fourth act Franco, balancing pole on his feet
Fifth act Phenomenal Chair Equilibrist
- Seventh act Wonderful Animated Skeleton.
Eighth act Funny Pantomimes of Humpty
Dumptyand old Kris Single; introduction of
side-splitting clown antics and attitudes, includ
ing the stealing of sausage from the butcher,
shop and ending the show with a general break
up with donkey and cart
Six complete performances will be given daily,
as follows: At 9:30 and 11 A. M.; at 2, 4, 7:30
Knowing the weakness of the average little or
big Boy and Girl for Pop Corn, good old Kris
Kingle has brought his own Bakery from the far
off land of ice and sneny to Kaufmanns' Grand.
Depot, where, commencing to-morrow morning,
he will "sail in",like a good fellow and turn out
thousands of the delicious balls, which he will
present to all the children who, accompanied by
their parents, will visit him at Kaufmanns'.
Right on the first floor (to spare the children
any climbing of stairs) Santa "Claus has erected
his Pop Corn bakery. And what a quaint, queer
and unique affair it is. Be sure and see it, for
it's a sight beautiful beyond description. And
don't walk out without getting
A BIG, DELICIOUS POP .CORN BALL
a-AjriD so"U"viisns, fob Xj.
Every person visiting . us during our two Grand Opening- Daysj-to-morrow and
Tuesday,' will be presented with a beautiful keepsake.
- OUR- GRAND
will go on serenely during these two Opening
Days, and we have seen to it that the bar
gains will be greater and grander than ever
before. During this auspicious occasion,
when tens of thousands of people will visit
our establishment, we shall demonstrate our
superiority over all competition, beyond a
vestige of a doubt
Solid columns, battalions and regiments of-.,
"startling and surprising
will march forward! forward! forward! from '
every department and fairly overwhelm the
armies of visitors and buyers. -
We have almost doubled our usual force
of salesmen, and are in a position to guaran-
tee prompt attention to everybody.
-Come on, then, residents, citizens, patrons,
friends. You're welcome,' thrice welcome, to
attend this glorious event.
rsrNovt o-oods wilksbe sold during: the
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