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"Hicdonfi: Hisdon, patent lstmrs, 95
Sifth btc, Pitttbnr?. and St Cloud Build-
ing, opp. Patent Office, Washington, D. C.,
Iwport th following patents granted this
KVMk: Pirtsburc J. Schianeller. c mann-
Gifactoreand burning hydro-carbons; J. T.
'WMntment, reaacing nnsmeiiea ore; Jr.
Wlnsor. lizhtnintr arrester. Allechenr J.
'MO. Beckfcld, operating gas engines; A. L.
WlUcb, tramway locomotive. Homestead-
Is -?. F. Hanley, rolling mill.
1858. Holme.' Beat. ISSfl.
The holiday season is a time of festivity
-1 ana noaiofi me Kwn.ru uwum uo buodiicu
g .with good cheer. Add some of the above
'brand. W. tu holmes BOK,
120 Water street and 158 first avenue.
Onr common sense stools, painted or un
finished, now delivered on short notice.
P. a Schokneck, 711 Iilbrrtv street
B. t B.
Cloak departments, far departments will
make it pay you to come to-morrow and
next day. Store open evenings.
Bogqs & Buhl.
A Very Good Benson.
The reason for the large business done at
Hauch's Jewelry Store, Ho. 295 Firth ave
nue, is easily explained. Good reliable
goods at lowest prices.
Harry Scott. Manager
A Merry Christmastide to AH.
WEEK BEGINNING DEC. 23.
BBONCHO JOHN'S GENUINE
WILD WEST -EXHIBIT
And Cowboy and Indian Convention. Exciting
THE JTJMBO OXEN.
An Excellent Entertainment in Theater.
Smith A Fuller, Levis & Gillette,
The Osborns, Martinette Bros.,
John Harris and many others.
New Year's Week-BIG ELIZA "Weight, 999. I
MR. E. IX WILT, Lessee ana Manager.
One Week Only. Commencing,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 23.
Christmas and Saturday Matinees.
Grand English Opera Co.
Orchestra of 40 pieces, under the direction of
Four Carloads of Special Scenery.
Tuesday J..IL TKOVATOBE
POSTILION OF LONJITMEATJ
Christmas NIgbt.....THE BOHEMIAN GIKL
Saturday Matinee MABITANA
Saturday Night THE FREISCHUTZ
SCALE OF PBICES Lower Box Seats,
S3 50: upper. S2.
Pirqnet and three first parquet circle rowctX
Balance of parquet circle. Jl 60.
Dress circle, three front rows, Jl SO; balance
of dress circle, SL Gallery, SOc
Week December SO Hoyt 4 Thomas' Great
Farce Comedy Company, in "A HOLE IN THE
HARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEMY,
A Merry Christmas tt All,
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23.
Matinees, Tmesdsy, ThBdyaBdBtoday,
OWN SPECIALTY CO.
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A CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME
For the benefit of
THE NEWSBOYS HOME
Under the anspices of the Lady Managers of
the Home, will be given at
THE BIJOU THEATER,
Thursday and Friday afternoons, December 28
Ticket SI for parquet, parquet circle and
first two rows in balcony. Tickets for balance
of balcony 50c.
For sale at Hamilton's. Mellor & Hoenes.
Weldin's, Watts' and Davis' store. del&33-TTSSu (
Katch and .Ana,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Lawlor & Thornton
Larry and Lizzie
Baker and West,
Falles and Gussiok,
Basoo and Roberta
New Year's Week Harry Kernell's New
Oml' 72-Ioir flMs-Tw-Flna Base.
December 23 to December 28.
Six dajs-U Noon to 12 MttsJgtt Dally.
91,000 IS OABTT PRIZES $1,000
Under tie personal managemefit of
Fifteen of the most promlneet pedestrians
have entered.headed by the great Dan J.Herty,
wbo is now open to run any man in the wor.d,
and George D. Noremac, who holds the Ameri
can 72-hour record. Following is a list of
Dan X Herty,
George D, Noremac
J. C Adams,
Good Music will be in Attendance.
GENERAL ADMISSION. .....25 CENTS
BESESVED SPACE. tt CENTB
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE START.
Week Commencing Monday, Dec, 23.
Stmt Ajtkxook asd Sramsa.
GRAND HOLIDAY ATTRACTION I
Miss Florence Bindley,
And bet Excellent Company in the Beutt.
4 r JMm I Mil MIIIWll mh,
tb r tw aissaiiimi4 0t
f al Comedy Drama,
NEW SCENES, 1 NEW MUSIC I
REALISTIC STAGE EFFECTS!
Dec. 30-N. 8. WOOD la his New Play, "Out
la the Btreeta." de22-21
S3STAP NO. IS.
Ladies' solid gold watches, Elgin stem winding movements, cases encrusted with gesnlne
diamonds. f40 00; ladies' solid gold watches. American movements, rjebly engraved cases, (23 00.
Ladles' solid gold watches, stem winders and setters, Geneva movements, f9 CO, $11 60, SIS 00
and 817 SO, all warranted for time and quality. ..,... ... .... ..
Gents' solid gala watches, American movements, CD 00 to W0 00. Gents' gold filled watches,
Elgin, Waltham or Springfield, from 113 50 to 20 00, cases warranted for 20 years' wear.
Boys' watches, solid silver. M 75. 8 50, S8 UO.
Ladies' Chatelaine watches from $3 60 to $65 00.
IK. S3Er3?, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smlthfield.
P. S. All the latest novelties In silverware, clocks and jewelry of every description suitable
for Christmas presents.
Cor. Seventh are. and New Grant Street
THE IMPERIAL CLUB'S
GBAND .HOLIDAY RECEPTIONS,
Commencing Tuesday (Christmas Eve), Christ,
mas afternoon, Christmas night, Thursday
night and Saturday matinee.
Kris Kringle will be on hand Christmas Eve
and present each and every ons with a hand
some box of fine candy.
You will certainly not regret attending all
of these receptions, as we have the best music,
the largest hall and the best dancing floor la
Usual prices of admission, 60a Hat box
10c and 15c de22-5
urniahes Muiio for Concerts, Weddings,
deceptions, etc., etc.
Also Lessons on Flute and Piano.
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illnrtnted book FREE. Rold mil. K. v
8S3 Bnodvsr, cor, 11th Bt., New York. Xosceots.
Grand Christmas Attraction !
HAZEL ZAZEL JONES,
The Host Expensive ana Best Attraction
, on Earth.
DAK. NASH COMEDr CO.'S
New Panorama of Ireland.
A Hall fall of Curios. New Faces every
week. Best Curios constantly coming.
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gnpUe aaden. UtaotJe Seto. elie vft
UlDitntd C&ulocuof all the Muo&ie Eoodi
ud Soeks, LowMt btIcm la NorU Amnk.
wk and fwjla jui. SSDOWQ COL,
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Under tbe direction of
W M (fSnim.iKKM' $h. fffi
T UUUc. ViWUi. ltil JVJJ
"Th Baa Still Shines oa Both Sidee of Our Street"
'WEEK BEGINNING MONDA.T, DEO. 23.
Matinees Wednesday, (Christmas Afternoon) and Saturday.1
''w. vjr JtHXfC
MAGGIE -:- MITCHELL,
3kTB. CT3AMES ABBOTT
And Her Own Company of Artists.
.LITTLE BAREFOOT I Tbnrsdav NIht MX v
- KAY Friday Night FANCHON
:K-.-i;Y;;t&& atdr Matinee FANCHOIT
UTTLE BAREFOOT Saturday Night. RAY
New Year's Week, beginning Monday, Dec 30 W. A. BRADY'S -AFTER DARK." deH-9S
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!
MAY THIS FESTIVE SEASON BE A JOYOUS ONE TO EVERYBODY,
YOUNG AND OLD, RICH AND POOR, OF THE PEOPLE OF THIS GREAT
COMMUNITY, IS THE EARNEST WISH OF THEIR SERVANTS, GUSKY'S
RING OUT YE MERRY BELLS!
2fow ready, the Christmas number of our "Illustrated Monthly." A beautiful publication of 16 pages. Special articles by the foremost writers of the day, including Bill Nye. Sent Free to any address or obtainable on application at our store.
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Santa : Olaus, : Alive, : Happy : and : in : All : His : Festive : Glory
::: GIVES AUDIENCE TO ALL, ESPECIALLY LITTLE CHILDREN, AT HIS GRAND ANNUAL CARNIYAL RECEPTIONS,
HELD TO-MORROW (MONDAY) FROM 9:30 A. M. TO 12 NOON; FROM 2 TO 5:30 AND FROM 7TO 9 P. M, AND TUESDAY FROM 9:30 A. M. TO 12 NOON AND FROM 2 TO 5:30 ONLY.
All children, accompanied by their parents or grown-up friends, are invited to attend, to have a peep at the beautiful presents old Santa
Claus will, on Christmas Day, ive to the Orphans in the asylums of Pittsburg and Allegheny, to share in the feast of fun, mirth and merriment
provided, to view the elegant decorations and to receive a box of Fine Candies, which will be presented to every child attending.
In order that nothing shall be wanting to make the little ones happy we have specially engaged Prof. J. W. Hampton who, with his Grand
Consolidation of Performing Animals and Geese, will introduce the most novel and astonishing revelations of intelligence on thepart of
Dogs, Monkeys, Goats, Cats and Geese, which have been trained to present an entertainment heretofore considered impossible. '
JProf. Gus WurzeU, the famous JPunch and Judy manipulator, will appear with his Funny Little Folks at each of Santa Claw' Meceplions
LEAVING GUSKY'S PROMPTLY AT NINE O'CLOCK CHRISTMAS MORNING SANTA CLAUS
: WILL MAKE HIS EIGHTH GRAND ANNUAL TOUR OF THE ORPHAN ASYLUMS OF PITTSBURG AND ALLEGHENY. :
Ridge Avenue Orphan Asylum 0:30 a. m.
Colored Orphans' Home, Greenwood Avenue, 10:30 a. m.
"Women's Christian Home, Locust street ,. ... 11:30 a. m.
United Presbyterian Orphans' Home, Monterey street. ..12:30 p. m.
Allegheny Day Nursery, North avenue and Federal st... 1:3b p. ra.
Allegheny General Hospital, Stockton avenue 2:30 p. xr.
Protestant Boys' Home, Anderson street , 3:00 p. m.
Home of the Friendless, Washington street -. 3:30 p. m.
'Little Sisters of the Poor, Washington street 4:30 p. m.
. Home of ,the Good Shepherd, Troy Hill 5:30 p. m.
St Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Troy Hill 6:30 p. m.
The procession will consist of Santa Clans' State Coach, drawn by six beautiful steeds; twenty
five wagons, gaily decorated, carrying the Christmas presents, and carriages containing representa
tives of the press) together with many prominent ladies and gentlemen who have signified their desire
of witnessing the presentations to the orphans.
Proceeding along Market street the procession will move to Sixth street, thence over the Sus
pension bridge, up Federal to Ohio, down Ohio to Marion, to Ridge Avenue Orphan Asylum and on
to the homes named. Tne Pittsburg division will go with the Allegheny contingent to Ridge avenue
and wiU return by way of Seventh street bridge, procee4ing to Smithfield street and on to St.
Michael's, South Side, where it will arrive at 11:30 A. M.
St Michael's Orphan Asylum, South Side 11:30 aim.
Homeopathic Hospital, Second avenue ' 12:30 p.m.
Children's Temporary Home, Washington street 1:30 p. m.
St. Paul's Orphan Asylum, Tannehill street. , . 2:00 p, m.
West Penn Hospital v t , 4:oop. m,
Episcopal Church Home, Fortieth street 5 :oo'p. m.
Little Sisters of the Poor, Bloomfield 6:00 p. m,
German Protestant Orphans' Asylum,- West Liberty '
borough. Presents taken to Sixth avenue and Smith
Children's Aid Society. Presents taken to Penn building.
it HJI DsO D T A IU T Ikl sT I C I For the convenience of those Holiday buyers who cannot do their shopping in tne day time, our store will be open tomorrow (Monday) evening until 9 o'clock I BWffrsfP T A Ikl T HI sfT1 1 f C f
IIfI.rJlt I Anl I IVU I lUC! and until 11 p. m. Christmas leve. Open Xmas day until 12 noon. " iVlWKjti I All I YtKj I lUC i
FOR : USEFUL, : SENSIBLE, : APPROPRIATE : YET : INEXPENSIVE i HOLIDAY : PRESENTS
Visit Gusky's To-Morrow (Store Open Until 9 P. M.), Tuesday (Store Open Until II P. M.), or Wednesday (Store Open Until 12 noon). ::: x
- Thousands upon thousands of articles and goods yet to be disposed of and if you haven't yet purchased that gift yon intended to you're lucky, for not a single Holiday article will remain on our counters, if x marvelous!? low price will sell it We'd rather sell these goods at 50 cents
' on the dollar than keep them after the Holidays. Remember, To-morrow, Tuesday and Wednesday we cap the climax for grand values.
' OEI3BE.S B"32" 3&AIX FIROMiFTli'S" JTTEOsnDIED TO.
Most Popular and Lowest Priced Store in. the United StatesJQ
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