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Holiday excursión tickets will be sold ry the T. A. A. fe N. M R'y Co. to sil stations on its line. Christmas tickets sold Dec. 24 and 25. New Years tickets Dec. 31 and Jan. 1. AU good to return up to and including Jan. 3, 18U9. A. J. Paisi.ey. The Jersey Cuy News says: Last evenintr Ilarry Amlur appf-ared at the opera house here in "A Living Lie," a comedydraina of the scn-auonul order, a'id one of more than ordmary rnerit, as it contains sensation, sentiment and humor, and is well adapted to please nny class of auditors. The situations are startling, yet not impossible; the sentiment is of a very re6ned order, and the comedy of which there is a great deal, is ridiculously funny. Mr. Harry Añilar, ss Frank Ainsley, the hero of the play, persoDates three separate characters. As Dixie, a colored detective, he gave evidentie ofbeing a firstclass negro comediin. As Con O'AIara, he acted well an Iriah part, and in his various sienes kfpc the audience in a pleasant humor. The play was decidedly the best we've hnd here lor some time. Dnii't liuy Yonr A retios I mil you have seen the C ilehester Arctic with the " outside counur." It's the best fitting and best wearinsj artic now made, and is made 'p-m honor for reputation. The ': outside counter " adds Isrgr-ly to the durability. Theie are uheapest in the end. No extra chare for the "outside counter." Ask to see the Colohester Are ie. Kept here by best stores. At wholeeale by H. S. Robinson & Burtenshaw, Dtroif. The Skating: Rluk. Open every Friday and Saturday afternoon and evenings. Q-ood crowds. The roller rink skating agaia revivin?. Come and bave a gcod time. J. C. Preston. Xmas Holly and green out Flowers, Houi-e Planfs, Lo'tuoe, Parsley, etc, at Coueins & Hall, Floris's, So. Üniversity ave. To witness the inauguratii)n at Washirgton, D. C , on Man:h 4 b, The T. A. A. & N. M. R'y Co. will take you there and bring you back for one single fare. Pullman Place cars through without change. From Feb. 28 to Maren 8th. Kemember the only direct line. A. T. Paislet. M. M. Green has bouaht the hack and livery stock of C. 0 Bush, also the bus, team and transfer line of Herbert & Marshall, and added nis livery stock to the above, making it the largest and best in the city. Tbe T. A. A. & N. M Ry. will on Dec. 18, sell tickets 'o the Sunny South, via. the celebrated Queen & Creseent route one limited fare for the Round trip. Pullman Paiace Cars, Mann'a Buffet Sleepers through without change, Baggnge check - ed to destinalion. Full information oheerfully given. Apply to A. J. Paisley, Joint Aaent. RYAl POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varíes. A marvel of purity fitreugtn and wholesome' ese, M ie económica! ham the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in, tcot pletition with the multitudn of low test. short nweighalum or phosphate powders. Sold atüy in Cems. ROY AL BAKING POWDEK CO.. 106 Wall street, N. Y. GRAND OPERA HOUSE GKANI) HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. Hoaday and Tuesdiy Evenmgs, and lim Matinee, Dec. 24th and 25th The Favorite Comedian, MR. HARRY AMLAR In conjunctiou with the distiagulshed actress, Miss Rose Osborne, And an excellent Company in the Original Sensational t'omedy Dramas A I.IVIM. i.n: AND COCNTERFEIT, Replete with startling Rensatiuns, humerous incidents and original specialties. song, dances, etc. Monda y Eening, f A LIVI KG LIE Christmas Matinee. -i Tuksday Evening, ( COUNTERFEIT. Sale of Seats at Wahr's Bookstore. ADMISSION, 25, 35 and 50 cents. OALL O3ST G. H. WILD BEFORE rLACING YOÜR ORDER FOR A Fine Dress Suit ! If you want a Nice Suit, the latest Style, see G. H. WILD, THE TAILOR. No. 2 Washington St.


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