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OTE PITTSBURG- DBPATOBu 'STJNDAT.V
SIX DAYS OF LEVY YET.
He Played to the Largest Crowd of
the Season Last Hht.
BLACK fATTI WILL FOLLOW HIM.
fbc Is Credited as the Greatest Fonsstress
of Her Age.
THO FXMBITIO.VS GIVES DAILT BY HER
"When Levy's great band played "Home
Pweet Home" at 10 o'clock last night he
closed the most successful veek the Exposi
tion ever enjoyed, and be also closed the
bigpest night of this season.
The attendance at the big show was
simply immense, and in the sreat gathering
were niauv of the most fashionable people
in Ti ixbun: and Allegheny. List night
the great building was literallypacked with
people, a id it looked a huge beauty contest
where tlie pretty girls and fashionably
dresbed matrons contested for general ad
miration. The music seats were all occu
pied lat night and when Prof.
1,-vv looked down upon the
majri ifieen; audience he seemed to be in-t-P
r d to wonderful efforts. Alter each se
lection the audience applauded, and the up
riai roiled in billows through the great
ha 1 Mr Levy and his band will remain
m the Exposition but six days longer.
n extraordinary attraction has been en
gaged by Manager Johnston for next week.
Tt e attraction is th iamou: songstress Sis
s'Titta Jones, now known as the "Black
Patn. " This young colored woman is 22
tears old. She Mas born in Providence
u d ben S cirsoid sho was pronounced the
C -eatest singer of her aire In the country.
8 e spent tour vears in Pans polishing her
ii'i.-icn education and sue has nlieady
manned the uiu-ic lovers ol Boston, Buffalo,
Mi i at -ga and Washington. While in Wash
ington -oiuetimeaoMr. Han ison sent her
a Handsome bunch o flowers.
t very where the youns woman has been
sin ha secured hich encomiums and ccn
er. I praise. The press every wliere tells of
lipr wonderful voice. She will arrive in
P.ttslung this morning and will stop at the
Jiononsrahela House. She will appear nt the
J xpomon each alternoon at t o'clock and
eacu evening at 9 o'Ciock.
MELLOK & HOEE.
The Mecca for Piano and Organ Buyers,
77 Fifth Aienue.
"When you speak of the splendid instru
tiipus cariied by this Arm, established in
ls.1 everybody knows what you arc talking
abi 1 1, for the thousands of pianos and
c .'am which have been placed by Jlellor A
Iloei.e m liome-, churches and lodges, have
li'ien Mien unquauued satlslactiou that ids
an onen sccrtt that they are the people to
al with n you want theery best the niar
li t atloru1!.
r irt in their line of pianos comes the sn
j ei i) t inckeiins. tlie artistic staudnrd of the
voi-i-i which DONition tins been held by the
' !.Tinss since 1SJS The firm of Chicker
1 K A son hy tlie way, is the oldost piano
ii aiutacurinz firm in the United State.
i en i.iki- lor instance tlie Hardman pi
rn o- that hae plajed themsehes right into
tin iicart ol the pconle, wonderful instiu
l - is i ..-rent power and tone and pheno n
e 1 d rii dm, and from their peculiar
-tiuciiuna perfect action that is per
i ei a- ins- 'i lien tueie arc the Krakauer
I - pi.ii os noted lor then beautiful sina
) t. it elegant cases, great duiability and
c 1-118 ioui.li: surely recommendations to
i i ii piano popular, licsides these
i t re tlie other iii.h grade pianos made
1 s, .'. so-i with their pure, rich and
n.i c io tone combined with great
1 i-i ai d theie are still others. Jlr.
)I in- as been n life-long practical piano
i i t i . ii 1 Jlr. Mellor's icputation asjude
i i'Iik in ma tcrs musical is too wide
- i tiiiiQure comment, but they are
j. and sufluient icasons lor their hand
hi the uost whether it be pianos and
us, ii that other charming iustinmeut,
t f -el i ii im; -oH:in.
1 tlie nt the summing up is that the
Jl ri i nv piano and or-'an buyers ! the
i-i i uis ot JJcllor i Hoene, at 77 Filth
TVIXES niOJI CAlITOKTA
Art Now Taking the Lead Their Great Su
periority. ni a Ya'lev, Calilornla, Is now recognized
fsiiie sujiramo grape growing district for
ei'ccu white and red wines. Tlie seeds
milKMted lrom the diffeient, most noted
iiioHids of France, Germany and Italy
1 nve liccou-.e acclimated, and from the pecu
1 i inn leuceso' soil and air in Cnlitornia
s ic n a .uli., finei than those gionn in
i . in initial countries. Added to tills grape
c I't ii the most scientific and approved
i ei ivds oi manufacture and you
i.iv- reason for the esteem In
s l icli tie wines or Napa Valley
i if ne.d t only aro they adapted lor
ta e ise, l,.it tliev ate found to be most
v i u.ibie foi ail medicinal purposes, us they
! ii sumo hness: purity and body fully
1 1, ial to tue best grades of European vint
a. , w hilc their exceeding low- puces place
ii em within the reach of alL These rates
Hi u e both claiets and the heavier wines.
7 nfindei" mai be had at$l 25 a gallon:
(. ii del and "Sauvignon" (wuite wines) I
1 S. .- . I ft I ... .! ..,. . , , I
:. .,1, i ., viii-i-u; wants me pons, snernes
a d Uiu-gundies. according to aire and brand,
c -t onlj lioin 1 SO to$3 53 The wine list
'i . li.di s sweet "Motaro," "Haute Sauterne,"
I: I'siing," etc., and very fine trades of
1) .n lies. Mr. Gregor Meyer is sole agent for
i 1. i ii esc, and he offers special mduce
ji i ts tow hol6sale btnersat his establish
ment, 227 Ohio street. Take Troy Hill cats.
Glorious Display or Henricks Music Co,
One can but admlro the exceeding ele
pance o: arrangement by this firm of their
exhibit of pianos and organs, whose tone,
general fine qualities and workmanship defy
criticism. Principal interest seems to center
in tho splendid Weber grand, the sonorous
tones o' which petmeate the entire build
ing. Hero it may be lemarked that at the
t enteuniHl in 1S76 took first prize over Stein
w i, Knabe and other manufactur
ei s, and the Henricks Music Lomi any
aio tho agents for them. Among
other standard makes of undoubted
cxc. llcnco which they display are
seen the iVhcelock, Lindeman and Stnyve--ani.
Pijte and iced organs ar represented
b the lamous Fairand and Votey, and the
1'alaec, nil lavoritcs. Farrand and Votey
miike pipe organs ranging in price frotc
$i S00 to S50.000. The have unsurpassed facll
1'ivs for producing the finest instruments.
Tne Henricks Music Company, the largest
and most complete music house in Western
l'cunsylma, Isos. 101, 103 Filth avenue.
COMBINATION FOLDLNG BEDS.
Hopper Bros. & Co, 307 "Wood Street.
Thai the folding beds shown at this ex
hibit in north gallery please the people is
evident from the crowds that gather about
tho stand. The beds aro not only handsome,
but aro manilestiy convenient in the matter
oj loom, and saving in the purchase of some
impoitant puce or luinituic. In addition
loiueueus mere aie samples of the desk,
vnslistand and ti ble washstand, Just the
iieat.-et ard most perfect things that could
bt made. While these new ideas nie for
fie ti.omeiit prominently belore the public,
it nm-t not be lorgotten that Hopper Bros.
& Co. continue to cany in as large lines as
eet at then store everything requisite ror
furiusL!n.r hou-es from garret to cellar, in
cluding stoves, ranges. lamps, chandeliers,
ice boxes, lace and chenille curtains, car
))ctsat most ica-onable flguies ior lash or
r. "tusy payments" system. Thev do their
cork tlKnou.'lily and wcll.aud their pations
oiso commend tnem Tor their promptness.
Canroj, I'rugh & Co, 41-47 "Western Ave.
Theie aro mirrors and mirrors, but ttioso
show ii at the exhibit of this Allegheny Arm
Mirpat.s anything ever been heie. Wills,
flixir, Neti e.l posts and brackets are .i ered
with t..cse superb mil roi-s, framed la tho
newest stvlo. Such an exhibit is a credit
to Pittsburg and about the most attractive
one in the buildinjr. They male specialties,
too. ol plme ami window glass and plain or
lancy bo eled door lUlits. It is a great ad
vantnge to be nble to get light at home
p!as for atchitectur.il purpo-e of exact
jneasurements needed, and they have a de
signer Just to attend to such mutters.
Mr. B. I- H. Dabbs,
Whoso exhibit is in south gallery. Is the
nirst progressive man in the photographic
"business in this section. Ho never tolaxes
his vigilance, nur hesitates to adopt any
I course that will add to the succes" of Ills
art; tnereiore lil pnotos ana crayon worK
take precedence with connoisseurs; there
fore the majority or the crayon jxirtraits
seen alxiat here coma from his studio or are
onlarced from eome of his photographs.
There is a smoothness in the finish, and a
fidelity In the portraiture of the human
face, and a "knack" In catching the best ex
pression, that speak for themselves to the
entire approval of rilts&urgers.
A WONDERFUL MACHINE.
The Ttrst Parisian Invention to Be Seen
at H. P. Kckcr & Co.' Music ravilion at
The first 'Pianista" ever exhibited In
America, imported by Mr. II. P. Ecker. per
sonally, has been placed in tho Exposition,
wheio concerts are given bv it dailyltom3
to 4 o'clock in the afternoon and 8 to 9 In the
Those who have had the pleasure or listen
In to the wonderfully brilliant perform
ance ot this invention aro never tired or
vpiessiinr their high admiration of it.
Indeed, it is no oxnugeration to say
that lis capabilities are greater than
thxtof tuo pertonners on the piano. The
Pianista" can be attached to any
piano in a minute's time, and plays
nil grades of music from a simple
waltz to a lleethoven symphony.
It is rnn by electricity, and can be operated
hy any "person. Uhero Is no danger
lu tar-tug that it is bevond com
pire the finest mechanical device
ever invented lor plajinz the piano
Uesides the "Pianista," the visitors will find
in H. P. Ecker & fa's pavilion superb
pianos and organs. Tho firm aieacents for
the Ilazclton. Mathusbek and Leter pianos
ana the celebrated Wilcox ana irniie
The Pittsburg Cj cle Co. at the Expo.
The display or the Pittsburg Cycle Co. in
their buildings at west end or main build
in:: continues to attract tho attention of the
majority of the visitors to the Exposition.
Among the wheels shown ure "numbers"
"ilonarchs" and "Smalleyn," all or which
were prize winners In the Keystone club's
open road raco on Saturday. luno prize
and first prize were captured by C K. Gib
son on a number Racer. In point or num
ber and variety of makes their display ex
cels nny evci made in tho United States by
an v one firm. A number of the best wheels
in the display have become slightly shop
worn and ate being offered at a reduction of
MO to $G0 from regular price.
Fire Escapes and Heavy Iron.
Taylor & Dean, or 293 Market street, not
only exhibit models of their double spiral
fire escape and platform single fire escape
and a bank vault, but they also show a num
ber of the Handy Automitio Gravity Fire
Extinguisher, a compact three-gallon tank,
which throws tho chomlcals over 40 feet;
they are convenient, effective and easily
managed. Taylor & Dean are agents for the
The Bartlett Warm Air Furnaces
And wrought steel ranges, the "Jewott"
gas ranges and boilers aro on exhibition at
the Exposition. Don't fall to see them
there, or at Kos. 201 and 205 Wood street.
THIS GIVES YOU A CHANCE-
To Buy a Fine Suit of Clothes for SO 80,
Worth S20 Monday Sale at the P. C. C C.
A great suit sale, and each suit In the lot
marked Ht the bargain price of $3 80 an Oder
that wlHawaken the people bright and early
on Monuay and send Uieitw to our store.
Young men, you who are In the habit of
going tohlh-pi Iced tailors; stylish dressers,
who always want the newest and best;
gentlemen, who desiro to buy fine suits
cheap, and every nan that wants to save
money, w e -ay to yon, come to our $9 80 suit
salo on Monday. " We will sell you a tine
dress suit or a stj llsh business suit lor $9 SO
as good as you always pay $20 for. Ask to
see them. Plain black goods, stylish rou:h
orsniooth cloths, elegant twills or nobby
checks and wide wales. Your choice $9 80,
sack, cutaway or double-breasted styles.
P. C C C, Clothiers, coiner Grant and Dia
mond Btrccts, opposito the new Court
3o You "Want
A good second hand npright piano at a bar
gain! IVc Have Three
F.no upright pianos lint little used In excel
lent condition in every wav. Fully warrant,
ed. Will sell very low nnd on easy payments
it desitfd. We nlso have a number ot organs
from $25 upward. Leclmcr & Schoenbcrgar,
tS Fifih avenue, general agents for the great
Krnnicn & Jtnch pianos, the I.'meisou and
starr" pianos and Milloi organs.
IXrOsUIOX - BHck Patti, the colored
Queen if Song. She Is simply wonderful.
irk of September 26. Afternoon and
Were the Moths
Inyonrfnret No doubt many of the ladles
1ih u made many such unpleasant discov
eries. Do not lose heart. I can make them
look n good as new and at little expense to
you. At the same time 1 can alter them into
uny stvle selected bv you. Call early, please.
Wm. UnABOWSKv, Practical Furrier,
707 Penn avenue.
Or road use our $15 harness cannot he ex
celled lor the prlte. Can be seen nt Kxpol
tlon. PiTTjnuiio Hausfss ExroniuM,
123 Wood stiect.
EXrOsITIOX Black Patti, the wonder of
the century in the musical line, nt the Ex
position only one week, commencing Sep
tember 26, afternoon and evening.
Special sale of carpets continued one
more week. Read Groetzlnger's ad. on sec
We pack, haul, store, ship, alter, repair
nnd reupholster furniture.
Uauoii & KtzKAif, 33 Water Btreet,
And lap robes in great variety at Pittsburg
Harness Emporium, 428 Wood street.
URGE -YOU TO BUY AT
NEW YORK GROCERY.
Sucarcured hams, per lb $ 12
1 kit new- lake herring so
1 kit new mackerel so
8 cans Fiench peas l 00
H cans sweet peas l 00
15 large cans mustard sardines 1 00
4 laiee cans mackerel in tomato sauce.. 100
Boast heof (2 tt cans) 15
1 tt mixed pickling spices 15
1 tt mustard seed t8
1 tt pure black pepper (ground) 12
1 tt Lngllsh mustard 20
1 tt whole cloves 2)
1 tt whole pepper it
1 ttgiound cinnamon 20
55 liars irood scrubbing soap '."'.'. 1 Ou
30bais5-cent wax soap J i oo
30 bars white floating soap " i 00
30 bars German Mottled soap l.llll 1 00
to tts washing soda j oo
2S fisbest glo-s starch .'."" i oj
20 Bs choice Carolina Kice l oo
40lb. rolled oats ,' oj
.15 B oat meal i oo
10 tt packagcslmportcdinacaronll.r"!!! 1 j
25 fts flake tapioca j 00
4 acks good Amber flour (guaranteed) 4 50
10 packages best gelatlne j CO
ScaiiH condeusedmilk j 00
10 Bs dessicntod cocoanuc i oo
Sttssliiedded cocoanut ".". 100
Stts broken Java coffee '.'.". 100
6 Bs smoking tobacco (with Pipe).""." 1 00
IC bottles good catsup oo
50 bars good scouring soap ".."..". i oo
Ifyou don't want the dollar's worth take
the half dollar' worth, and ir not the half
take the quarter's worth; will give you tho
benefit or the above prices lu any quantity.
With everv dollar's worth orso, 40, 60 and
BOc lea weuive 3-ou tourpoundsotgrinulated
With a two pound can ot best baking pow
der you get a large clock fiee or charge.
Price per can, $L
Goods dcliveiedfiee to all parts of both
cities. To those living out of the city we
will prepay might on all ordersof 110 and
upward to any station or landing within 100
miles of Pittsburg, send lor price Use
hi P, THOMPSON,
311 MABKET STREET,
Directly Opposite Gusky'sEntranoe.
Marriage Licenses Issued festerday.
(John McMl'len .. Scott township
( Katie Ayres ....: Mt, Pleasant
I Cnarles Dnbozey , , Dnqnesna
I Barbara Payer Dnquesna
I James Crooks Allegheny
J Cellnda Washington Allegheny
jjacib Bopp Allegheny
Kosa Fehluiann Allesheuy
( Patrick Flaherty Plttsbarc
J Anna Flaherty PlttlbnrK;
Nathan Levin Plttsburic
Maria Shwarx PltUburc
(John Fcrrceit Mononjralieta City
( Annie Dodrcr Uononftalie a City
l Joseph Skoula Allegheny
1 Lizzie Verclia Allegheny
KnAELING COOPKE On Wednesday,
September SI, 1892, by Bey. Edmnnd Belfour,
ADOLrn H.baxliro, or Dunbar, Pa,, and
Emma B. Coofkb, of Avalon, Pa.
WIGnTMAN SUNDEEMASN-On Mon
day, September 19, by Eev. Martin llein, at
his resldenco, Thirty-eighth street, city,
Miss Maf.oahet e. ScsDXRMAjnf to Mr. Witt
M. Wiqhtmaw, both of this city.
BKODKniCK At 5 A. Jt, Saturday, Sep
tember 24, IS92, William F., son or tho Into
Thomas nnd Mrs. 15. Broderlck, in the 8-d
year or his age.
Funeral from his mother's resldenco, 230
Bedford avenue, city, at 8:45 r. v. Mokpat.
Requiem high mass at St. Bridget's Church
at 9. Friends of the family are invitod to
DA VIES On Friday, September 23, 1892, nt
3 r. M, Ahsie, onlv daughter or David J. nnd
Annie Davle, and nelco or Samuel Bennett,
aedlycar, S months and 14 days.
Little Annie was our darling,
Pride of all our hearts at home.
But the angel came and whispered,
Little Annie do come homo.
Funeral from the residence of her uncle,
S42 Second avenue, on Suxdat, September 25,
at 2X0 r. M. Friends of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend. , 2
AVISOS' On Saturday morning, Sep
tember 21. 1S92, at 7:30 o clock, at her
residence, corner Penn and Sheridan ave
nues, East End. Mns. Rebecca DavibOit,
widow of tho late Thomas Davison, Esq.
Funeral notice hereafter.
GOODFELLOW At the residence of his
Eon-tn-law. F. L. Bonder, No. 1G9 Sheffield
street, Allegheny City, Frederic Good
PILLOW, aged 69 years.
Funeral services Susdat ArraRSOosat 3.30.
Interment at Cambridge, Mass, Tuesday
GLOVER-On Batnrday nt 3:35 a. m,
Georoe L., son of 'Mary A. and the late
Funeral will take place Mokdat aiter
sooir at 2 o'clock from family residence, 79
Seventh street, S. S. Friends of the family
aro respectrullyln vlted to attend.
HAYS At her residence. No. 46 Sedgwick
street. Aiiejnenv, on iilday, September 2T,
1892,atS:S0p. K, Amelia, wl e of Edward E.
Hays, and dan-.-hter of Edward D. and Mary
Lahey, In tne Suth year or ber age.
Funeral on Suhdat, September 25, at 1
o'clock p. it. Friends or the family are re
spectfully Invited to attend.
HOWARD In Chicago, September S2, at 8
o'clock a. x, Michael, son of Catherine1
Howard, aged 21 years.
Funeral Sunday, September 25, from his
mother's residence, Biown's alley, off West
Carson street, Sontbside, at 3 o'clock;
Friends or the family aro lespeotlully In
vited to attend.
IZENOUR On Saturday, September SI,
1SV2, ORr.Mt Edxa IzcBouit, youngest daugh
Icrol Ansloy XV. Izcnour.
Funeral services Moxdat, Soptember 26,
nt 2:30 r. Ji, at 1303 Glen street. Homestead, -I
Pa. Interment private at a later hour.
KLEIN On Friday September 2S,at 2 a. x,
Eaulk C., inlant son of John H. andLydla
A. Klein, a;ed 7 months.
Funeral service from his parents' resi
dence, Mount Troy, BuifDAr, Septembor25,
at 2 p. x. Friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend.
LEOSER At Brownsville. Pa., on Friday,
Sepinml or S3, 1E92. Isabel Bowmak Lxoser.
Funeral sorvlces at Christ Church on
Tuesday. September27. Interment in church
LINE Ollif. J, son of John J. and Dora
It Lint, at 10 a. w. Saturday. September 24,
1S92, aged 1 year 2 months and 9 days.
funeral fiom the residence of his grand
father. S933 Penn avenue, Hosdat at 9 a. x.
MILLER On Saturday, September 24, 1892,
at 4 r. x, Edward, son of Charles nnd Mar
garet Miller, at his residence, 1315 Penn
avenue, at the age of 21 yeai s, 7 mouths and
MoALEER On Friday, September 23, 1892,
at 3 p. x, James MoAleeb.
Funeral from the residence of his brother,
2S Klrkpatrick avenue, Allegheny, on Mon
day, September 28. at 2 p. x. Friends are In
McKINLEY On Thursday, September 22,
1F92, nt 2 p. x, James J, youngest son of
James and Ennlce McKinley, aged 2 years, 1
month, 20 days.
Tho funeral from parents' residence, 3046
Wayne street, opposite Thirty-first street.
Thirteenth ward, on Sunday at 2 p. x. The
friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend.
M'.VAIR On Saturday, September 21,
189 at the residence or ber husband. No. 91
Aicli street. Allegheny, at 2 p. x, Hattie a.,
wile of James A McKalr and daughter of
Susan and Arthur Clendtnnlng.
notice oriuneral hereafter.
MoNULTY On Friday. September 23. 1892.
at 10 a. x, Edward, son of Michael and
Bridget MeNulty, aged 7 years.
Funeral from his parents' residence, corner
Preble avenue and Adam street, Allegheny,
on Sujtday, September 25, at 2p. x. Friends
of the lamlly are respectlully invited to
RILEY On Saturday, September 24, 1892,
at 5:S0 p. x, Bridget Riley, mother of Pat
rick Riley, aged 69 years.
Funeral from the residence of Edward
Smith, No. 74 Eighth street, S. S , on Moir
day, at 9 A. x. Friends of tho family are
respectfully invited to attend.
R1NGLESBACH On Friday. September
43, 1892, at8A. x, Robert William, dearest
and only mn ot John and Mollle lliiigles.
bach (nee, Drum), aged 1 year 3 mouths 15
Robert, dear, thou hast left us,
And thy los we deeply feel.
It is God who hast bereft us.
He will all our sorrows heal.
Fnneral from the resldonco of his parents
on Southland avenue, Allegheny, Sunday
attxrxoox at 4 o'clock. Friends of the fam
ily are respectfully invited to attend.
TEG UHOFF On Saturday. September 54,
1892, at 8 p. x, of brain fever, Jon.v C, son of
John and Mary Teguhoff, aged 23 years 11
montns i uav.
Notice of funeral li"ter. a
THOMPSON Friday, Septemoer 23,1892, at
12:45 A. x. Pearl Thompson, oldest daughter
nt W. II, and M. J. Thompson, aged 20 years,
2 months and 15 days.
Funeral from residence of her parents, 132
Ellsworth street, Allegheny, on Sukday at
2.30 r. x. Services at 2 p. x. Interment pri
vate. VOELKER On Thursday, September 22,
1892, Johk Yoxlker, aged 45 years.
Funeral from hi late lesldence, Ashton
street, Allegheny City, on Euxday, Septem
ber 25, 1692, at 2 p. x. Friends or the lamlly
are respectfully invited to attend.
"WALTIIER On Saturday morning, Sep
tember 24 1S92 at 11:45 o'clock, Maria, wire
of Bernard W Hither, in the 60th year of her
Funeral will take place from her late resi
dence. No. 1203 Penn avenue, on Monday
aiternoos at 2 o'clock. Friends of the lam
lly tite respeotfutly invited to attend. 2
(enecesorto Meyer, Arnold Co, T.lm,)
JNDKRTAEER AND KMBALMKR.
Otr.ce and residence, 1134 Penn avenue.
Telephone connection. myll-57-wrsu
JAMES tt. FULLERTON,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALHEK,
No. 6 Eighth street.
Chnpcl for private luuerals.
mylO-99-wrsu Telephone 1153
i WILLIAM II. WOOD.
Funeial Director and Embalmer.
Rooms, 3806 Forbes street, Oakland; resi
dence 212 Oakland avenue. -Telephone 4024.
, (Kormeily Spencer Wllllson),
Undertakers and Embalmer.
Also livery, boarding and sale stable. No. 27
and (8 Cedar veaae, Allegheny, myMMn
MISTAKES in buying,
but at Himmelrichs' this
fear is allayed.
This shoe has a lap in
stead of a seam. Reason
tells us it ijj, an improve
ment. Has Calf Uppers,
Oak Sole and price only
But recently introduced,
they have sold well. To
those who suffer any in
convenience across the
instep this shoe is a
This illustrates a Low
Shoe and Slipper combi
nation all colors suit
able and comfortable for
in or out of doors and a
novelty at'the same time.
We are only taking in
a few items. Much can
be said of this" great stock
and of interest We are
A Gaiter with a Fine
Calf Upper and choice of
soles, singles, doubles or
$5.00 is what these
shoes sell ior under other
circumstances. A bar
gain is only worth seek
ing that surrenders value
with it. We vouch for
every point in the shoe.
Visit the Men's De
partment tliis week.
430-436 Market St
916 Braddock Avenue.
OLD PLUSH GARMENTS.
We have add
ed a new depart
ment to our
factory, viz: the
we make into
short Jackets or
$5 and $10.
dlv .JliilHS t""""-
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Men's Call Congress.
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PAULSON BROS., 441 Wood St.,
Oldest Far flonie In Feaniylranla.
2 SUIT SPECIALS!
HO. ! FOR MEN.
These are not old patterns nor slop shop work,
but stylish, solid, strictly All-Wool Chevidt Double
Breasted Suits of superb quality and finish made
by tailors that understand their business. Suits
better than you ever bought at$i6. but our price
mind you is only
2 FOR BOYS.
For youths who wish to dress
stylishly at little cost, but whe
would not wear a suit that looks cheap,
here's just the thing. An All-Wool Cheviot
Double-Breasted Suit swell as can be. A
quality you've willingly paid $14 for, but our
price is think of it only
CLOTHIERS, TAILORS AND HATTERS,
CARPETS AT THE OLD PRICES
MADE AtoD LAID FREE.
Oak, Ebony and Mahogany Pole Cornices, 5
foot lengths, Free and put up with each pair of
LACE OR CHENILLE CURT MNS sold. All
Window Shades hung FREE if purchased with
Carpets or Curtains.
Call and see the Bedroom Suite we are
offering for $15. It's a daisy.
A full six or seven-piece PARLOR SUITE
of our own make, in Silk Tapestry, for $36.
Nothing offered in the city its equal for $60.
Our Chiffonier, Wardrobe and Combination
Folding Beds are the talk of the city.
We have full complete Dining Room Suites
We give pne year to settle accounts of $100
or over, and six months to settle all accounts un
der .that amount. To be settled by weekly, semi
monthly or monthly installments. There is not a
house in the city .that can afford such terms.
We sell 20 per cent cheaper than any credit
house in the city and will prove it to any buyer
Positive satisfaction or no sale is our motto,
together with low prices and easy term of settlement
HOPPER BROS. & CO.
307 WOOD ST.
N. B. DON'T FORGET THE NUMBER, 307 WOOD BTREET.
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SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
OUR WHOLESALE 7 RAVELING MEN CALLED IN.
We decided to place on sale all the new Fall Sample Garmentsl Over
one thousand! No two alike!
AT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR!
JZThis is the. greatest opportunity ver presented to the Ladies of
the two cities, giving them their choice of the latest and best Cloaks AT
HALF PRICE AND AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON.
THE PARISIAN CLOAKS ARE THE BEST!
THE PARISIAN SUITS ARE THE BEST1
THE PARISIAN FURS ARE JHE BESTI
THE PARISIAN STYLES ARE THE LATESTI .
THE PARISIAN PRICES ARE THE LOWESTI
IT PAYS TO TRADE
BEST IN THE CITY."
$1.50 SHOE $1.50.
We open to-morrow 25 cases of Men's Shoes, in
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GARMENTS HAVE NO EQUAL!
all shapes of Lace and Congress, at SL 50.
-1 and $5 Shoes at31 50.
On Weflnesflay, Tliursflay ii Friflay,
September 28, 29 and 30.
In regard to the MILLINERY FASHIONS of the J
coming season we hnd that we cannot do better than quote
from Harper's Bazar. We not -only show all the styles
therein described, but shall display some exclusive novelties
of our own importation.
THE NEW COLORS.
FRENCH color cards of millinery fabrics for the coming season display
much lighter shades than those usually worn in winter. The lead
ing series of six shades gradually darkens from pale rose to deep
Provence red, through azalea pink, rose-geranium, and peony, followed by
three metallic gray shades, familiarly known last year as argent, nickel and
platina, while, as a matter of fact, steel grays are much more largely repre
sented in the new importations. Next there is a new pale green shade
called angclique, which combines charmingly with dark murier, or mulberry
leaf green, and the still deeper ronces, or briar green. The shades that ex
perienced buyers mark as most popular in Paris are eminence or bishop's
purple with a reddish tinge, and a lighter shade, called page-purple, not un
like the pinkish hues of mauve and of the violet now so fashionable. Nevr
dahlia shades are almost as bright as cherry red or magenta. The brown
series begins with a pale amber hue, aptly called champagne, and deepens
through tabac and chestnut to loutre, which is seal and otter brown. Beige
and castor, the light browns of last season, promise to remain in favor. All
the old blues reappear, and to these are added a dark gray-blue marked
Iceland, a palq tint called petit due, and the well-known peacock blue,
which is almost green. Diavolo is a dull yellowish red, while Mephisto is a
glowing, brilliant tint. An observer looking over large importations of
selected fabrics finds the preference given to eminence purple, pinkish tan
or apricot, reseda, emerald and myrtle green, then beige, castor, maroon
brown, cardinal and black.
FABRICS FOR AUTUMN MILLINERY.
FELT, cloth and velvet are the fabrics most used in the new bonnets.
Soft pliable felts with smooth surface prevail, and can scarcely be
distinguished from lady's cloth that will be chosen for toques and
hats to match costumes. Plain velvets will be very much worn both as
trimming and as entire bonnets. Changeable miroir velvet, reflecting
several colqrs, is the rich garniture for dress bonnets for afternoon recep
tions and-for the theater. Felt bonnets are trimmed with piece velvet of a
contrasting color, as beige felt with eminence purple velvet, and pinkish tan
with emerald green. Plaited felt bonnets are made of slender strips of felt
braided to imitate fancy straw braids, or else they are interwoven in basket
pattern over the whole bonnet.
THE COMING SHAPES.
BONNETS will remain small, with close sides and small tasse or cup
crowns. The Marie Stuart brim with pointed front is again s een,
the edge of the brim having pendant fringe of jet beads, spangles, or
sequins falling over a velvet band that fits the head closely. Capote s for
elaborate costumes are even smaller than regular bonnets. Toques without
strings and somewhat oval in shape are made of long soft folds of cloth, felt,
or velvet. Shirred crowns are on rather fanciful bonnets, a standing ruffle
an inch wide extending around the top.
Round hats are of medium size, with low crown, and a slightly un
dulating brim that has more depth at the back than the brims of last winter.
There are also some very large picturesque cavalier hats, and for these art
revived long plumes that cover one side and droop low at,the back in most
graceful fashion. English turbans, are little changedcin-sWape, amjTchere are
many close walking hats of felt, some with indented Alpine cr'owns,"and- "
others with square crowns somewhat like those of men's Derby hats.
LOW BROAD TRIMMINGS.
THE new Trimmings are low and broad for bonnets and round hat3
alike. Alsacian bows are the special garniture for the first hats of
autumn, whether made of velvet loops or of ribbon in the way re
cently illustrated in the "Bazar" on Virot's hats, or else of feathers, or tin
sel, steel or jets arranged to give the becoming Alsacian effect. Small,
closely curled black ostrich tips curve back from the front of the hat, two on
each side, like the loops of a bow, and are held by a curved buckle of jet
or of Rhine stones. If any height is desired above this Alsacian bow of
leathers, a Prince ot wales group ot
aigrette springs up in the center, just back of the great buckle. Flat bands
of velvet surround the crown of the hat, and the brim is very neatly finished
with pipings of velvet, or else with two or three cords of satin. Spangled
galloon is around the edge of velvet hats and bonnets, and bindings of lace-
"like passementerie give a pretty finish.
FANCY Feathers promise to be the trimmings of the seasonWings,
Quills, Mephisto Curves, and antenna? rivaling the ostrich tips so
long worn. Two small wings project in Mercury fashion beyond
the crown of velvet bonnets, while it is not unusual to see eight or nine
wings on a single round hat. Bats' wings are among the new whims, but
are pretty copies of the unsightly original made up of forked quills of glow
ing colors, to which a metallic luster is often added. Black bats' wings are
of crows' quills with jet spangles on their forked tips, set in clusters of three
or four to project along the side from the front of the hat. Most fashion
able aigrettes are tippe.l at the end to represent antennre or feelers of insects,
bht the large aigrette of herons' feathers is still seen in all colors, and is
sometimes ten inches high. Lophophore feathers that combine the popular
blue and green shades are mounted on bands to represent a ribbon of feath
ers, and are then looped in Alsacian bows. Large heads of birds, many of
them most owlish-looking, connect two or three pairs of wings, and this is
sufficient trimming for the largest hat.
BUCKLES AND BOWS.
BUCKLES and Clasps of large size are the favorite ornaments, and are
seen not only in jet and steel and gilt, but in jet combined with
. pale green jade, with white strass stones, and with various light
colored stones imitating opals, amethysts, canary diamonds, moon-stones,
and very pale blue turquoises. Steel buckles are cut to glisten like jewels,
or else they have a dull surface enriched with colored enamels or with gilt
nailheads. The golden brown topaz is admirably imitated in the "jewels"
that stud clasps, brooches, tiaras, and long stick-pins of dull gold. Alsacian
bows of jet and of colored stones, or of beadsstrung on fine wires, are new
and effective ornaments.
LACE fWITH FUR.
THE combination of Lace with Fur, so popular last winter, is seen
again on French bonnets, and on the soft small muffs that are made
to accompany them. White guipure laces and Point de Genes with
brown Russian sable or mink are very effectively used together on light cloth
and velvet toques. A variety of colors and fabrics in one small bonnet or a
larger hat is a feature of the new importations in which the French milliner
who is also an artist delights. Thus a pink cloth toque and muff to'
match will have insertions of white guipure with soft draperies of miroir vel
vet reflecting old rose and green shades, the whole bordered with Russian
sable, and finished with strings of 'black satin ribbon. High pointed ends
of velvet or cloth called "donkey's ears" are covered with guipure and
edged with fur and used as trimmings for capotes and toques. Black guipure
insertions are let into the brims of velvet hats or are made to serve as bind
ings along their wired edge; one with old-rose velvet facing and a drapery
around the brim has donkey's ears of guipure laid over rose velvet, while;
another has an Alsacian bow of guipure edged with sable. Sablp tails aref
set erect in a cluster above choux of
an aigrette of herons feathers.
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Hail Orders Promptly Attended To.
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