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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEK1V 1888?
Wm ti & is THEIR FAMOUS FAIR. An Auspicious Opening of the An nual Attraction at Butler. SOME INTERESTING FEATURES. A Quarrel in a Church Over That Same Organ Question. Horse-., -win be InJ-rrO. eommenclnjc at 10 A. ., and aov unOulstied bin'" f the Fair will pe woundup this ilav. r.iTent or premiums will be commenced at li o'cloca. Kxcea will be called at I r. M. All exhibits lncluu lF horses and cat tle, will be allowed to leave the .grounds at 3 r. M. ALL THE SEWS IIIOII 5EAEBI TOWXS tFrECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPiTCn.1 IVctixk, September 10. The twelfth an nual fair of the County Agricultural As sociation began to-day under the most favor able auspices. The weather was delightful, and the exhibitors were as busy as possible preparing their displays for the multitudes that are confidently expected to be in at tendance to-morrow and on each succeeding day until the close on Friday night. There were a great manr visitors to the grounds, but no one would admit that the fair was really in operation, the opening beingtsim ply an assurance of the events that will fol low. "With a continuance of fair weather there is no doubt that this will be the most successful fair in the history of the associa tion. During the year many important im provements have been made on the grounds wliicli are cow In better condition than ever before. Lone; famous as a stock-breeding county, llutler in the exhibits of her stock raisers this wear surpasses all previous records. Last year the association was cramped for room, and the stock and cattle shons to some cxtcntcncroached upon the track andjdoniain of the trotters, while larjreiy interfering with the privileges of the boothkeepcrs. Ample provision is made this year, three large new biiildmf li.ivin- hppn prpctpd for the accom modation of the stock in the large space at tho I . .. : , rr-t. ..a..1... tr i vna ' its most earnest efforts to the accommodation ot the exhibitors, yet the interests of the trotting men have not b?en overlooked. Their stable space has been enlarged, and the Rrand stand has been extended sufficiently to Guar antee the fullest accommodation to the lovers of horse racing. I hern wen- two events on the card jestentaj. neither of them very important, yet orsullicient Interest to entertain iuu pcupie wno v ere on hand to begin with the fair at the beginning. The first race, in the 2-ycar-old class, had four entries, and while the time made nas not very fast, the racing was earnest enough to be exciting. There v. ere four entries also in the three-minute class, which held the interest of the spectators until the close, the result being anything but a foregone conclu sion. TLEXXr or sroKT. There will be good sport on the track to morrow, the programme including three races. These events are the thrcc-minute race, the -.30 pacing event and the race for stallions. There have been ten nominations made for each o e of these, and it is believed that none of the entries will be drawn. There are some flyers amoug the pacers, and the stallions' race is expected to be of unusual interest. On Thurs day there will be a 2:10 trotting event, the race for the Farmers' cup and the free-for-all. For each of these large fields have been entered, speedy animals from many sections of the Western cart of the Satto being upon the ground to participate, and the day bids fair to be one of the liveliest ot the scoson on the track. The fair will cltwe on Friday, when the free-for-all pace, the 2.30 trot and race for 4-vear-olds will be decided. In the stables of the sporting men are fhers from New Castle, Iseaver, Allccheny, Pittsburg. Sandy Lake, vansburg, Kittanning and other places, the trotters and pacers numbering in all over TO. t There is a noticeable improvement in the general features of the fair The various ex hibits will not only be more numerous this year than ever before, but the will also, in nearly every case, be of a higher grade. This charac teristic of the displays is conspicuous, es pecially in the exhibition of agricultural im plements, and in the main Exposition building, w here there is an ai ray of furnituie, pianos, fancy goods and household utilities of various kinds that w ould be creditable, even to the big Exposition in Pittsburg. The floral dis play is also notable, but Butler must resign the credit of that feature to Allegchny, the ex hibitors being Ludwig and Richter, of that city. In the fine art department the exhibition is the finest ever made here, and to the esthetic this will probably prove the most attractive feature of the fair. The foreshadowed success of the fair Is un doubtedly due to the judiciously liberal man agement of the association in the arrangement 4f their premium list, an din their guaranteed protection of exhibitors and purchasers of privileges. An abundance of means for inno cent amusement have been provided, but the fraudulent "fakir" has been frowned upon and excluded, from the fair grounds and its vi cinity. ALWAYS THERE. The striking machine is here, of course, and eo is the lemonade fiend, aDd his friend, the peanut vender. So is the fellow who gives you a cane, if yon succeed in passing a ring over it, and near him is a freak show with monstrosi ties enough for twice the price of admission, for those who like that sort of thing. The list of premiums is extraordinarily lone and unusually liberal. Among its most impor tant features is the educational department, in which the pupils of the schools of the county take the liveliest interest. In the contest for prizes the listB are open to all pupils. The in ducements held out to aspiring competitors are shown in the followine list of awards: Mirs. Best map of North America Dv nupll In primary grade-Uopy of lovths' Companion for one year. fcecond best Copy of Harper's louno People. one year. Best map or South America by pupil In primary grade Copy of loutr.s' Companion tor one year. becond best Copy or Harper's lov.no Peonle. one year. Best mapor Europe by pupil In primary grade Copy or loutht' Companion roroneyear. econd best-Copy of Harper's Xoung People, one year. Best map of South Amcricabv pupil In grammar school grade Copy of Youtht' Companion for one fcecond best Copy of Harper's louno People. oneytar. e Examination- rAr-Ens. Best set examination papers by pupil In Third Header "iladam How and Lady hy," Klngslev. rcruuu nisi -Aunt jsiartna's Corner Cur- STILL A MYSTERY- Conflicting Stories as to the DcuU'i of the ItlcKcesport Polander. (ErECIAI. TELEGRAM TO TOE DISPATCIT.l McKeespobt, September ia The cause of the death of the Polander Joseph Ksozok, Is still a mystery. Coroner Heher McDowell commenced the investigation in the City Council ChamiiaF ti,.. nn,i nftpr hearing a few witnesses, adjourned the hearing until Fri day afternoon with a view of securing more evidence. The boarding house fceCP"; Anthony Gyszpanski, was released on his owe recomizanep .in nvlrlpnrp anneared to J against him, and was ordered by the Coroner to apnear on Friday, when the investigation I will be resumed. The Polanders. J Kjkaczewski and Joseph Malmaski, who tola the story Sunday morning, when tbo man was ljingattlie boarding house unconscious, that he was out' getting apples and fell out oi a tree were held and arc under lock and key at the orders of the Coroner. It was alleged yes terday that they kicked and beat the man, out the evidence, so far as the examination was conducted, does not corroboroto the story. The report of Drs. W. E. Walker and C. H. Hitzrot, who held the Dost moitem, causes the caso to look serious. The neck wasldislocated, the lips and chin badly bruised and several teeth were knocked out. Tho doctors give as their opinion that the injury must hive been inflicted by a blow, and that it could hardly have occurred frpm a lalL The lip is badlv cut and lacerated from contact with the teeth. The opinion of the re port favors the theory that the face and nock injury was caused uy a diow sucu ; swum " inflicted with the foot. This causes the story of the two men to be doubted, and more evi dence will be secured before tho investigation is continued. GANG OF OUTLAWS CONVICTED. Special Notice On and after to-dav Mall Express train leaving Pittsburg nt 1 o'clock P. M. will not make connection at Huntingdon with even ing train for Bedford Springs. The special train running from Altoona upon arrival of Mail Express at that point to accommodate Bedford passengers and connecting with Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad, will be discontinued. Have Ton Seen BIT New Half I bought it at the opening at the People's Store now going on. Lots of my friends did the same. Campbell & Dick. Fall Suitings and Trousering. Leave your order for fall suit at Pit- cairn's, 431 wood st. wsu The most eminent physicians recommend .Klein's Silver Age as a pure stimulant. M.WP NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OUR NEW GOODS OPENED. The late purchases of our Mr. Wattles have been received and onened. Wo think we show the handsomest assortment of goods in the city. Wo cordially invito your inspection at our NEW STORE, 37 FIFTH AVENUE. WATTLES &SHEAFER, JEWELERS. seS-srwT NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Fall Saltings. The largest stock at Pitcairn's, 434 Wood street. wsu See our new neckwear. James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave. i Fob indigestion no remedy is eo apt to afford immediate relief as Klein's Silver Age Bye. MWF See the latest styles in neckwear at James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth ave. A Iland Which Ilns Bern Terrorizing Bod lord Finally Broken Up. ISPECIAI. TELKOnAM TO TUB DISPATCH.1 Bedford. Pa., September 10. The gang of outlaws who have been committing depreda tions in the western part of the county have all been brought to justice, seven of them having been convicted in court to-day. The acknowl edged leader of the gang, George C. Crissey, was convicted of receiving stolen goods taken from the railroad station at Napier. George Valentine and Richard Oyler were convicted of arson, having been employed by Crissey to set fire to his (Urissey'sj barn, so that he could seenre the insurance money. Robert Rose and V illiam Newcomer were convicted or robbery, the other two, John Ojler and James Miller were convicted of several robberies at the last term of court but are now fugitives from jus tice. This effectually breaks up one of the worst organized bands of thieves in the county. Dis trict Attorney Ed JI. Pcnnell and Detective C. D. Beagle have been working for several years to break up this notorious gang and this even ing their efforts were crowned with success. George C. Crissey is a farmer of considerable means, and his attorneys have filed a motion for a new trial. The impression among the members of the bar is that it will be denied. The sentences will be pronounced to-morrow and it is thought Judge Baer will give them the extreme limit of tho law. A CASE OF INFATUATION. Mnrrlnse Licenses Grantod Yesterday. Hame. Beildsnce. J Charles Van Wickllnc Mt. Vernon O j Lottie E. Wicks Brooklyn, N. j Alfred J. Jessup Homestead (Alary A. Payne i'ajette county ( Dennis JI oak ley. Pittsburg Julia T. O'Brien Pittsburg j Harry Lenmer Pittsburg (Lena Denschle Chartlers township (Albert K. Monk McKce's Rocks Alice Partington McKee's Hocks ( Frank Havrauk Negley ( Annie Hass Ncgley (Peter J. Hoppe Pittsburg J Annie Hass Pittsburg j James Donley Pittsburg (Annie Lee Pittsburg I Ludwig Miller Pittsburg JMary Diana Pittsburg Thomas A. McNammee Shousetown Annie E. Jones Shousetown John a. Mullen Allegheny MaryJMerrlman Allegheny I Allen P. McFarland Wilkin township I Susannah Smith ,'W'ilklns township I George B. Keller Pittsburg 1 Blanche Williams Pittsburg IS. B. Hurst. Pittsburg (Catharine A. Hartman Plttaburg IGeoreeE. Trout Pittsburg 1 Ella lielehantv Pittsburg (ItobertJ. lieitcr Plum township ( Mary M. Tomer Plum township (Frederick Ohllg. Allegheny ) Caroline Auchter Allegheny (Charles F. Necly Allegheny J Annie E. Slocn Allegheny (John Lltzak Pittsburg ( Anna Barsuko Pittsburg JC. J. E. McGsn .' Plttsbnrg ( Catherine V. Duggan Pittsburg J Arthur E, Kldd Pittsburg (Emma E. Melxner Pittsburg ( John KauSman Pittsburg ( Agnes Bernhart Mlllcrstown IT STILUEADS. Portiere Bed at $12 00. This bed is eivincf all the advantages of higher priced folding beds ; and when handsomely draped, is a richer piece of furniture than most heavy wood front ibeds. Miss Grace Moorr, of YonngstoWD, lias Eloped Another Time. Fort Watse, September 10. Four monthi ago Miss Grace Moore, of Youngstown, O., daughter of the ex-chief of the fire department and a prominent merchant of that city, created a sensation by eloping with II. B. Nichols, of Richmond, Ind., an itinerant photographer who has a wife and several children. The couple were arrested at a hotel in this city, and the father of the girl came here and persuaded her to forsake Nichols and return home with him. Last Wednesday Miss Moore again ran away with Nichols, who had employment at Winchester, Ind. Her father found them yes terkay at that place, and compelled his daugh ter to return with him a second time. The girl, who is decidedly handsome, declares that she will not give up her lover, wbilo her father is equally emphatic in asserting that he will prevent further escapades on her part. A NEW CUCKCII ORGAN. Tho Uock on Which n United Presbyterian Congregntlon May Mplll. fSrECIAL TELZGRAM TO TUB DISPATCIT.1 GKEENvrxiE. September 10. The United Presbyterian congregation at Jamestown is having a lively fight as to whether they shall have an organ. One was introduced in the Snnday school, but the pastor. Rev. J. R. Wal lace, and his friends summarily ejected it from the premises. Last Sunday Rev. S. Choular, of Greenville, held communion there, and it is doubtful how the matter will terminate. Incendiaries at Work. rsrXCXAX. TELEGRAM TO TUB DISPATCn.1 MrFFLiNTOwN, September 10. Firebugs are creating consternation among the farmers in Walker and Fermanagh townships, three miles east of here. Four barns have been burned within a short time and all within a short dis tance of each other. The aggregate loss will reach 825,00a The farmers are intensely ex cited and the connty commissioners have offered a reward of 300 for the arrest and con viction of the incendiaries. board." Klrbr. Best set examination pipers by pupil in Fourth Iteader-"In .Nciv Grenada," Kingston becond best-"Oa the Banks or the Amazon." Klncfcton. ' llel set examination papers br pupils In Fifth lteadcr-'-lMcken's Child's Hlstorv of England." Second bcst-Conv or "Ben Hur,' by Wallace. itKMAysiilP.-Best specimen or penmanship by pupil is j ears or younger-Diploma. M-cond best Gold pen. Best specimen penmanship by pupil IB Tears or younger -Diploma. jii.j.ur fcecond best Fountain pen. DitAWLvc-Best specimen freehand drawing strfments " or Jounger-bet or drawing in fcecond best Set of drawing pencils. AS IXTEKESTIXG FEATCKE. It goes without sajing that the work of the pupils is ouc of the most interesting exhibits of the fair, and it is bound to enjoy a lion's share of the attention of the thousands of visitors. The variety and extent of the general exposi tion may be inferred from the fact that the ex- iiiuiLsiue uiriuea into ,3 classes, the ensemble beinz as complete and comprehensive as it is possible to make it. To large numbers the stock and cattle show will be the features of chief interest. In this department the display -will be liner than ever before made in this county. It includes among the heavy draft horses breeds of the Clvdes dale. English Shire. Percheron, graded Perch cron and Cleveland hays, light draft and blooded hos. roaasicrs and carriage horses. In all of these grades therejare especially line representatives on view, and the judges will have no sinecure in awarding the prizes. The cattle show embraces Durbams. Devons Jerseys, Holstcins. Ayreshires, Guernseys. Herefords, Aberdeen, Angus, Galloway all registered, also unregistered Durhams and jcraeya, ueoiuo mure grades and milch cows. The sheep show embraces Merinos. South downs, Cotswol.ls, Lcleeters, Oxforddown? Lincolnshire. Ilampshiredon-ns Shropshire dons, all registered, and ciosscs and grades. Among the swine aro creditable representa tives of Poland China, Berkshire, Yorkshire. Jersey Reds, Essex, Chehire and Chester White, all registered. The poultry show is also very complete, embracing representatives of all the most famous strains THE ATTKACTI05S. The programme for the lair, after to-day un til the close, is as follows: Second day. Wednesday. September 11. On this day cattle, shcepand swine will bejudged: l:00r. M., classes 35 to 57 will be Judged; 1:00 p. m an classes in Dnrbam, Devon and grade cattle, ex cepting sweepstakes, will be exhibited In the ring and Judged; 2:30r. M all classes in Jersey. ll,.i steln and Hereford, excepting sweepstakes, will .AdThihlted In the ring and ludzed: rfLiwnwlii k. called at 1:00 r. M., sharp; there will bo atnagiufl ccnt horse show, composed ot all the horses on the ground In the grand cavalcade, on the track at 3ThTre? Day. Thursday, Sen-ember 12-On this dav the horses will be J;idgrf. 9 a m., Imrw In cnsM"".K,!lnd lif w.ll htMXt'.lhitf.! inn junofi Jp u.. horw In classes I.:, S. t land c lii be exhibited and Judged: 1 1". M., swecpsiakeslu cat tle will lie Judged; races will be railed at 1 i: ji aham; there will be a parade of all the horses and cattle in grand cavalcade ou the track at s p. jr. Fourth Day, Friday, beptcmucr J3.-On this day the Sweepstakes ia classes ID, II, liaud 13, Oaths at C7 Cents Apiece. rEFSCIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1 Gbeenvtlxe, September 10. Alfred Bales, of Jamestown, swore at a man who tried to col lect a debt of him, but was arrested and fined to-day 67 cents apiece for eight oaths. A Case Before Alderman Doughty. George H. Bauenchamp alleges that Lee Shultenbrang, while working on a new building near Thirtieth street, struck him a violent blow which knocked him on a pile of bricks, from which he received consider able contusions. A hearing will take place in the case to-day before Alderman Doughty. DIED. FAIRMAN At the residence of her son-in-law. M. H. Brandon, Plainfield, N. J., Septem ber?, 18S9, Mrs. JPLIA A. FAIRMAN, widow of James Fairman, formerly of Pittsburg, aged 82 years. The interment will be private, and will take place from tho residence of her daughter, Airs. Julia F. Blair, No. CI Irwin avenue, Allegheny. Funeral services on Wednesday, at 4 p. m. McCLURG On Tuesday afternoon, Septem ber 10. 188), Mart A., widow of the late Dr. W. T. McCIurg, in the 83d year of her age. Funeral services at her late residence, 51 Boyle street, Allegheny City, on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment private. Please omit flowers. 3 PK3KBTE1N On Monday, September 9, 1839, at 6:18 a. m George Peckstein, aged 75 years and 4 months. Funeral from bis late residence, 344 Forty- second street, on Wednesday, September 11, at 9:30 A. M. Friends of tho family are respect fully invited to attend. 2 STEEL On Tuesday. September 10, 1889, at 11 a.m., Charles J. G. Blaine, much be loved son of Robert and Margarctta Steel, aged 2 years, 11 months and 10 days. Funeral from his parents' residence, Morn ingside station, A. V. R. R.. Eighteenth ward, Wednesday, 2 p. at. Philadelphia Ledger please copy. WHITE Entered into rest on Tuesday even ing. September 10, 18S9, Margaret McCul looqh, widow ot Georgo K. White, in the 80th year oi ner age. Notice of funeral hereafter. m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS P. C. Sclioeneck, 711 LIBERTY ST. ' PITTSBURG. N. B. Our Exposition exhibit is in north west end of main building. se&wsu ANTHONY MEYER, (Successor to Meyer, Arnold fc Co., Lira.,) UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Office and residence, 1134 Penn avenue. Tele phone connection. mylO-69-Mwrsu JAMES M. FULLERTO, DNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, No. 6 Seventh Street. Telephone 1153. ap27-82.-WFSu w. H. DEVOEE ASCI, Chairs Were Made to Sit Upon. Annie Keer sues James Stapelton, ol Twenty-eighth street, for striking her with the leg of a chair and otherwise abusing her. The hearing will take place to-dav before Alderman Warner. Undertakers and Embalmers and Livery Stables. - v. uui uiau ii euib, uu .c ii iii avenue. Aiioeoia Bianu aae carriages ior anor parues or opera at. uiu mvsi reasoaaDie d rices. Telephone 22a. mhu-OS-WSu REMEMBER to SAVE YOURSELF money at this opening ?&, tbANTEB c0(ls ot this baneT- RUPT STOCK of J. R. ANDERSON, at 138 Federal street, as they are ' DAILY OPENED, having been psctced in camphor all snnmer. to bo ready for YOU IN SEASON. Blankets, Flannels. Cloths, Underwear i and Wraps, -WITH- 10,000 Yards Carpeting. T, M, LATIMER, 138 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa Sell-MWFSU lMh DAY Wh CELEBRATE. tTu8t a year ago, September 8, we opened our NEWDEPARTMENTSTORES -AND- TO-DAY, TO-DAY, TO-DAY -IS THE- ANNIVERSARY of that important event. We have made our stores specially attrac tive for the occasion by a tasteful display of new and beautiful goods, handsomely arranged, Decorations to please the eye of the artistic, and prices to suit the purses of the prudent. Special attention is directed to our display of Cloaks and Wraps for Ladies and Misses. Millinery, Trimmed and Un trimmed. Fall Gloves, Hosiery and Un derwear. School Supplies and Station ery. Men's and Boys' Furnishing Goods. Men's Athletic Goods. FOR VISITORS to the EXPOSITION We have provided waiting and toilet rooms, where all will be made welcome. Parcels will be checked free of charge and visit ors from the country can leave their parcels and we xvill care for them until called for. NE GOODS. FALL STYLES NOW COMPLETE. In our Merchant Tailoring de partment wa are ready to show you me newest patterns in tne best productions of domestlo and foreign Overcoatings, Suitings and Fantaloonings. In our Ready-made department we exhibit the largest collection of silk-lined and silk-faced Over coats for early Pall wear at most popular prices. We can please all tastes, from the staid to the fastidious, In our enormous assortment of Frock and Sack Suits for Men and Boys. We have the handsomest line of Children's Kilt and Pants Suits ever shown in the two cities. We are rushed in our Hat de partmentan endless variety of the newest shades and styles at low prioea Notice our window display, ex amine our goods and compare our pricea You will find ourstookin every way the most complete and our prioea the fairest. & Tailors, Clotniers and Halters, 161, 163 Federal St., Allegheny. S68-WT8U NEW ABTERTI8KXENTS. B. & B. Wednksdat, September II. Fleishman & Co.'s NEW DEPARTMENT STORES, 504,506 and 508 Market st, PITTSBTJBO, PA. SOll-D FLORAL EMBLEMS. CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND SMILAX A. M. & J. B. MUMDOCH. SMITHFIELD ST. Telephoiio 129. deC-H-irvrP 510 JOHN R. &A. MURDOCH, Offer the choicest flowers and floral work in any desired stylo. 508 Smithfield Street Telephone 239. se3-stWF ??&& All Run Down from the weakening effects of warm weather, by hard work or from a long illness, you should take Hood's Sarsaparilla, which will purify your Wood, expel scrofula and all Impurities, regulate the liver and other organs, cure htadacue, give strength and create au appetite. Be sure to get Hood's. WHEN YOU ORDER; AP0LLINAR1S BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Attempts are frequently made to falm off inferior Waters bearing labels closely resembling tlie genuine Ajiollinaris labels. Bottles bearing the genuine Afolli naris labels are frequently filled with a spurious article. LOOK AT THE CORK, which, if genuine, is branded with the name of the Apollinaris Com pany, Limited, and the words "ApoU limrisBrunn:n"aroundananch9t pEPKESENTEU JN PITTSBURG IN ISO. ASSET - . I9J071.69835. Insurance Co. of Xorth America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2-D BOSTON NOVELTY STORE, 406 and 408 Wood Street. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN DOLLS. We have just received per steamer City of Durham one hundred and nineteen cases of dolls of our owu lmportation.which we are now selling at one-half the price offered elsewhere. LOOK AT OUR PRICES. Patent head doll, 80 inches long, flowing hair, 75c. Patent head dolL 22 inches long, flowing hair, shoes and stockings, 60c Dressed doll, uisquo Bead, flowing hair, 16 inches lone. o9c Kid body dolls, bisque head, flowing hair, 10 inches long. 25c Jointed doll, bisque bead, flowing hair, 11 inches long, 25c, Patent head doll, flowing hair, 18 inches long, 19c Patent bead doll.cloth body, 13 inches long, 10c China limb doll, 11 inches long, only 10c Patent head doll. 11 inches long, only 5c. China limb doll, H Inches long, only 6c Rubber dressed dolls, 10c 15c. 25c to SI 50. Worsted dolls. 10c, 19c 25c 39c 50c and 8L SOdqz. dolls slightly damaged by salt water at one-third of regular price. NEW AND ELEGANT VASES. 12 doz. Royal Worcester stylo vases, 41c to S3 00. 7 doz. Royal Worcester style jardlniers pots. 81c to S3 00. Beautiful vases, new styles, 25c, 50c ?L ft 25. 50 different styles or vases worth 25c only 10c 76 different styles of vases worth 15c, only 6c Decorated china cuspadores, only 60c Decorated dinner sets, new styles, worth $1G only $9 30. 10 piece English decorated toilet set, only J2. Silk pluh albams only 51c Plnsli ton footstools, horn lees onlv SI. Ladies and cents bags all sizet. 60c to St 60. Elegant 8x10 picture irames, 25c, 60c and M. Don't fail to visit our storo and examine onr new and beautiful stock. Everything you need in house furnishing goods. Great bargains on our 6c and 10c counters. Goods delivered free in both cities. H. G. HAYDEN St. CO. AN ASSURED FACT! We mean the Pittsburg Exposition, which is now thrown open for the inspection of the pub lic in general. We'have an exhibit there which Is now complete; our first display in one side of the case consists of FINE LACES AND LACE GOODS. These cannot fail to interest and attract the attention and admiration of the ladies, and the gentlemen as well, who have had their taste cultivated up to the point of appreciationor the beautiful in this line. In tho opposite side from the laces we make a display of HIGH PARISIAN NOVELTIES IN DRESS TRIMMINGS! So arranged and applied on stands as to give an idea as to the manner of usiug these really artistic and beautiful goods. Our lino nf new trimmings, consisting of Fringes, Fronts, Panels, Gimps, Galloons. Ornaments, Girdles, etc, are now ready, as usual our stock is large and contains every variety and style of dress and wrap trimmings, in medium and finest goods made. In the centerscctlon oi the case a small exhibit of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Is made, consisting of Neckwear, Fine Under wear, Fino Half-Hose, Umbrellas, etc Tho display will be changed from time to time, so that every time you visit the building give us a glance, as you will bo likely to see something different each time ALSO, GIVE OUR SI ORE, 41 FIFTH A VKN UE, A VISIT AS WELL. Save Your Money. New goods ' are daily com ing in. The Boys' and Children's stock is overflowing- with new. 'bright goods for this season. Please .remember that we have the largest line of piece goods to be found in the city for making goods to order. It embraces the choicest se lections of French, English, Scotch and American manufacture. We solicit an early inspec tion of-our goods and prices. Wanamaker & Brown, Sixth street and Penn avenue. sel0-D THURSDAY -AND- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 and 13, OUR GRAND Fail Millinery Opening, At which time we shall en deavor to eclipse all of our past efforts by showing the largest, the richest and most exquisite line of Trimmed Hats, Bonnets and Turbans. New and Novel designs in Ribbons, Fancy Feathers, Pon Pons, Wings and Tet Ornaments. Now exhibiting our new importations in Silks, Wool Goods, Cloaks and Wraps, Jerseys, Gloves, Underwear, Hosiery, etc., etc. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Special attention is called to our large and varied as sortment of House Furnish ings at PRICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST. COLORED CASHMERES. SHADES BY THE SCORE. The Place to Learn Colors. Values Better Than Ever. New Fall Stocld See the exhibit, here. PLUSHES. The novelties all here The largest Plush and Velvet department, most complete stock, all the colors known, lower prices. A 19-Inch Plash at 33c A 21-Inch one at 65c VELVETS. The Richest Novelties. Everything that is new. A really rare exhibit I FINE CL0AKINGS. A large department special ly for these goods prices 75c a yard to $5. Exposition visitors cordial ly invited to make our stores headquarters. An Exposi tion here 52 grand exhibits. Admission free. i IfSW ASTSB.9 "MtMiiktA Ore Hatt ThU Trade Mantis on or Vrimicma. LADIES LOOKfo YOUR FUR and bring them to a NOWfor'HSPABffif REFITTING, EEDYEING or ICAXBHr OVER into the newest FALL asd WIXIBR STYLES, which are sow ready. as we are amy getuag mtlnrle auriu manufacturing department, we weM 4tM' anyuwc oene is tftts Use C7T ir-iTASAV" "' " '" STPrr H.&A1V ri wmti.mauiuwmKnaii those within TO DELA -- BOGGS & BUHL, 115,117,119.121 Federal st,Allegheny. sell-D PAULSON BROS., Manufacturing Furriarsjf 441 WOOD STREET. Firo Soon from Fifth aresse. N. B. Inquiries hy mall afeest afeers etc;, receire our prompt and earetal M MU-mrr ANCHOR REMEDY COMPWj ! SB LIBERTY STREET. I. whrooyonpaytl 00 tw totMeJ t for Barsaparllla and Boat, Wte4 ' klron when you can buy either m. ". parauon irom us at loo per noiwe. Vsc -rfT ket; We hare numerous (mMb - , niale txoA pbyeieiasB and otkenj inuorang our iarer jruis ai a sua ass BMooMTe cathartic. They are umurpaesed. After afir. inR them a trial you will use bo otters. PiKm 25c For sprains, bruises aad all rnrnimnWe ft pains, use the Anchor Liniment. It has mj eauat. Come and see us if you are la uy way I """ MLwr, T HE AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. PhilariilTih!a Total Assets, January 1, 1887 2LS58 68 UVWAEDS &KEJnmY, Ag'ts, QO FOURTH AVE., Pittsburg, Fa. 3 Teleohone 76a js jal60--ff' TO EUROPE WE SELL TICKETS FOR the leading lines, seenre berths and pass ports. Issue drafts, letters of credit and money orders, and sell foreign com at N. Y. rates. MAX SOHAMBERQ A CO., 527 Smlthfleld st, Pittsburg. au21-U--wsn f-077ZL r'. x PHOTOGRAPHER. IS HlX'l'H HTKBIff A fine, targe crayon portrait C see tbea . before ordering elsewhere. Cabinets, JS and 12 GO per dozen. PROMPT DELIVERY. apli-16-Kwrsn J KESORTS. rrtHE CHALFONTE atlantio crry.N.j. On the beach, with nnsurpassed ocean Tiew. Salt-water baths in house. se3.77.Ti TL TtnnwBTa . onwn''i J JUST A WEEK OL 3?s:e3 gebat IT TSBUEGK ITIOM UUj Sixth street and Penn ave. HQ- selO EXPOS EXTENDS A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL VISITORS UPON THE SECOND ,K WEDNESDAY, Including the Splendid Exhibits,, Floral, Mechanical arid Electric Displays and Superb Art Galleries. Music will be Rendered, as usual, BY THE IFIMIOTJS GREAT WESTERN PAND nsnE-w".. idtie'W". ietiew Wm. Semple's, 165, 167 and 169 FEDERAL STREET. .A-iDiiyiiiEssioiLsrr ADULTS, 25c. CHILDREN, 15c. COUUCIEl COIMIIEl sell-33 HORNE & WARD. EP6-D 1-L.flJJSIMEsa j' Practically Taught at Duff's College, 49 FIFTH AVE. -EVENING SESSIONS. auU-25-T7 Apollinaris. Bedford, Poland, Salu tarls, Btrontla, Saratoga, Bprudel, PURE 1U11 Llthia-Eareua. UiiO. K. StKVENSON 4 CO. WATFR c'y9,nlc' Bethesda, Vichy, Buffalo, bixth aVJSKue. jaii-69-jnrr Established 1S32. BROOK! CORN. Broom Manufacturers Supplies PEANUTS. ROBERT DIGKEY k CO., P .a. rn e :et t s O. I). LEVIH. Rn1IMtt...... e2MiM Established 2) years. OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT. Now full up with the n ewest things inXadies' and Misses' Garment of every description at prices guaranteed to give satisfaction. Ladies' Colored Cloth Jackets, $i 50 up. Ladies' Beaver Jackets, Stockinet Jackets, Tailor-made Jackets, new Directoire Jackets, colored and black, Ladies' Newmarkets, 4 50 up; Tailor-made Newmarkets, all colors; Directoire Newmarkets, Plush Jackets, Coats, Sacques and Wraps. Misses' -Newmarkets and Jackets all the leading colors, 12 to 18 years. Children's Coats in great variety, 2 to 14 years. Suits of every kind opening daily. This department occupying our irrmense entire second floor and receiving very special attention. DRESS GOODS. Real French Cashmeres, 46 inches wide, 50, 62, 75c and $1, in all the new colors. Black Cashmeres, special values, at 50, 62 and 75c. Newest im ported Novelties for Combinations and Suits, being daily opened. You only need to see them. Blankets, all wool, full size, in red and white, $3 a pair and up. Flannels, in splendid assortments. Country Flannels, all wool, 18c upv Underwear for,Fall now open at low prices. f9-D j EXPOSITION VISITORS Have the privilege of entering our exhibit at the Exposition and examining it thoroughly. We know you will find it com plete in every detail It shows what we are capable of doing in the way of furnishing a house complete, as every piece of goods shown we CAIRIEir zit stooz: at the store. You are also cordially invited to call at our place of business, 307 Wood street. OUB, FALL STOCK IS. COMPLETE, and its completeness will surprise you. Of our prices, well they are as low as the lowest and we sell for CA-SBC 02? EAST FA.TnElsrTS-:s HOPPER PROS, & CO,, 307-"W"OOD ST.-307 Sole Agents for the Davis Sewing Machine, '-.H8-WTSU.