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80 f it Tf f-f "ir- - ,-v ,Av-ft .. - PBIDE OF THE COUNTY The Washington Fair Attracts Large Crowd of Visitors. BIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF THE DAY. Lire Stock Exhibit Attracts the Greatest Admiration. WOKDEEFDL COLLECTION OP SHEEP fErECIAL TELEO.BAM TO THE DISFATCH.1 "Washingtox, Pa., September 18. Cold and gloomy, cloudy and threatening was the weather for the second day of the big "Washington County Fair. All day long a bitter wind swept over the fair grounds, making him who was lneky enough to have an overcoat smile with in ward satisfaction, while his less fortunate neighbor tucked his hands in his irousers pockets, and silently swallowed his misery. Quite a crowd assembled on the grounds, however, aud oh! what a conglomeration was there! The business man, interested in the prosperity ol the county, was on hand to witness what showing it could make; the farmer with his pleasing talk of crops and last year's colts and promising cattle, could be seen on all sides; fakirs of every description; ordinary curiosity seekers, visitors from alb quarters, and even suspicious-looking charac ters, were as plentiful as apples in a rich or chard. Still, the fair can scarcely be said to come up to tbat standard, which should be expected of a big event of its description. No fault, it is true, can be found nlthtlic live stock exhibit. Ho would be hard to please indeed who r.inlrt nnt nnnrppinte thn beauties of the poultry collection, or tho number, quality and proportions of the swine there penned up, or specially THE ADMIRABLE APrEAKANCE of the many horses, of all breeds and descrip tions, in the stables; and the sheep! There, irdced, was Washington countj's peculiar pride, for it is the greatest all-wool-and-no-fchoddv countv in the United States. These dear, wooly creatures were the darlings of tho ladies. They ratted and watched them, and said, "ow, ain't they too nice," in the most approved fashion, and the exhibit was worthy ut it all, for it as magnificent. And what a babel of sounds broke on the car of the visitor as he entered the paik! The bleating of sheep, the cackling of hens and crowing ot roosters, the grunting of swine, the bellowing of cattlo and neighing of horses, the confused hum of hundreds of voices, such as J ou only hear at the live country fair, and the uproarious out cries of the noisy fakirs, all wcro united in one confused medley. Although the live stock exhibit answered everyone's expectations, the same cannot be said of some of the other departments. The collection of farming utensils would hardly be large enough to stock a couple of well-regulated Western farms. Even the other things which generally form pait of a good country fair were somewhat disappointing. The crowd on the grounds was extremely good-natured. There was plenty of chance for amusement. Tbe worst gambling devices have been excluded from the grounds; bnt the man with tbe big muscle could try his strength as usual on the striking machines; and that other one with the stronger lungs could ex pand a little of his force on numerous lung testers. WITHOUT AX TJMPIKB. Two country lads approached one of tbeso muscle-testing machines, and, after agreeing that the one striking the weaker blow should pay for the trial, exerted their strength to the utmost The bargain was just tbe opposite of tbe one usually struck, and the crowd watched to see tbe result. Everything goes at a fair. No surprise was manifest when the one strik ing the" weaker blow paid for the trial, although he had previously protested against the word ing of the bargain. Trials of skill, in which tbe chances were very much in favor of the fakir, and trials in which not skill, but chance, was the supreme factor, were as numerous as could be desired. Washington Is crowded with visitors, and the interest in the fair is veni great. The enthusi asm was somewhat dampened by the rain and the cold weather; but the fair will bo continued till Saturday night, and, as the weather is now clearinsr, a more comfortable time is antici pated during the remainder of the week. The races were necessarily postponed, on ac count of tbe weather, am) so the first series will be on Thursday. Some very tast horses are here for the trotting and runnlngraccs, and the free for-alls will be very lively affairs. The de cisions of the committee appointed to award prizes for exhibits are already assuming form, and it is not at all hard to tell how the wind Is blowing for the exhibitors, by the appearance of the judges' countenances. . A NATURAL GAS WAE. Greensburg Has a Good Prospect of Get tine Rnther Cheap Foci. tf rXCIAt. TELEGKAU TO THE OISP ATCn. J Geeessburo, September 18. A natural gas war is imminent here. Some time ago a pew gas compa composed of two or three Pitts burg people, a Washington capitalist, and one or two others, was formed for tbe purpose of supplying natural gas to the people of Greens burg and surrounding towns. A very large number of the citizens signed contracts with the new company, as its rates were fully 20 per cent lower than those of the Greensburg Fuel Company, an old corporation, the stockholders being Colonel Richard Coulter, Senator George F, Huff and others. An expression of good feeling on the part of the old company not only encouraccd those havinsr thn npnr nrmoct In hand, but it enabled them to secure patrons. A few days ago an application wsa made to the State Department, at Harrisburg, for a charter for the new company, and then the old com panv instituted a vigorous kick. The Secretary has addressed a letter to Sec retary Stone protesting against the granting of the charter, alleging that it is purely for specu lative purposes, and that the majority of the citizens deplore the digging up of the streets again. Ho asks for a further hearing in the matter. The members of tbe new company are considerably exercised over the unexpected turn affairs have taken. They claim to have one or the best producing wells In tbe Grape vine district, and arrangements having been made for laying the pipes, thev propose to fight the opposition tcuhe end. ALL CAUSED BY TflE DAM. The Historic Braudjvrino is Astonishing Dwellers Alone Its Banks. Readdto, September ia-The large dam at Springton Forge, eight miles above Coates ville, burst during tbe night, owing to the con tinned heavy rain, and this morning the Brandywine creek had risen to an alarming height. Hundreds of fields were a dreary waste of water. Many farmers and their families left their houses during the night and remained on the neighboring hills. The Wilmington and Isfcrthern Kailroad is not yet open between this city and Wilmington. Many miles of lencc have been carried away and on a number of farms everything not In buildings was carried away. Tho damage amounts to many thousand dollars. Atone tune the Brand) wine creek was 18 feet above its usual height. A COUNTERFEITER CAUGHT. He Distributed His Coin at n Fair and Speedily Came to Grief. New Bremen, O, September 18. Frederick Bcbroeder was arrested by United States Marshal Wade, of Toledo, on a charge of counterfeiting spurious coin which had been put in circulation two weeks ago at a fair at Toledo, and wa s traced to Schroeder. A search of his bouse disclosed counterfeit half dollars dated 1866, hid under the rafters, and also bars of metal and implements for counterfeiting, but the dies coulu not be found. The prisoner has an estimable wife, ard is connected with good families in New Bremen. He was taken to Toledo. t&. Looking for a New Location. ' jtfTZClXJ. TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.! WjErie, September 18. A party of Pittsburg- ers have secured the services of Colonel Camp. a civil engineer, and have sent him to take Le bouf, near Waterford, to make a survey and map of that body ol water and Its surround ings. It is rumored tbat it is tho South For Cluli. of Pittsburg, that is after the lake, and tbat the club will make improvements similar to those at the fatal South Fork Lake,at Johns town. X Kcspomo to the Appeal. JSPECIAl. TELEGBAM TO THE PtSPATCH.t Gbeensbueo, September 18. The teacheis at the Institute now in session here, to-day considered tbe appeal from Johnstown for aid to tho public schools. It wa resolved tbat every teacher should use their best energies in tbe district in wuica tney tcacn lor toe purpose I pi raisiac funds for the little ones at Johns-J town. It is expected that aliandsomo sum will be dontributed. A Little Flood nt Jobcstown. fSl'ECIAt, TKtZrBAH TO TH3 DISM.TCIt.1 Jouxstown. September IS. Tho water over flowed the batiks of the river in Woodvale to day and came down Maple avenue for some distance to a bend in the river, where it apain entered tho led of the stream. Tho coffer dams abovo Conemaueh, where the railroad company is bmlding a bridge, were submerged, but iittlo damage was done. , SHE WEDDED WEALTH, Tho Dauchter of Judge McCandlcsi Marries an Enterprising Relative of Horace Greeley Ho Went West and Grew Up. (EFECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUX DISrATCH.l Butler, September 18. At 4 o'clock this afternoon Edward Parker Greeley was married to Miss Carolyn McCandless, eldest daughter of the dis tinguished jurist, ex Jndge Charles Mc Candless. The cere mony was performed at the residence of .ludge McCandless by !lev. "W. E. Oiler, of he Presbyterian Jhurch. The bride's dress was of cream iaille, made with court train and Medici col--lar. Her ornaments A Portrait of the were pearls and diamonds, the gift of the liriac. the groom. Her bouquet was composes oi orange blossoms and lilies of the valley. The bride is a handsome brunette, stately and self-possessed. She is a graduate of Abbott Academy at Audover, Mass. jur. Grcelev is one of the most active and promi nent business men in Iowa. Some years ago, accepting the advice of Horace Gree ley, of whom he was a second cousin, he lo cated at Nashua, la. He, was the founder of that new and busy place, which he named after his old home, Nashua, where the Gree leys have lived for several generations. Mr. Greeley has accumulated a fortune and is now a promoter ol railroads, his field of operations being in the "West. There were very many valuable and pretty presents, one ot the most practical, however, being a Government bond for 51,000 from the father of the bride. Alter the wedding breaki'as. Mr. and Mrs. Gree ley left on a tour of the pioniinent cities of the "West. Alter October 1 they will be at home at Eenwald, Nashua, la. THE COLLEGE OF LIFE. A Peculiar Body of Religions and Scientific Reformers In the Windy City. Chicago, September 18. On the north west corner of Cottage Grove avenue and College Place stands a fine double four story brown stone-front building. Over the doable front stoop is a sign bearing the words, "College of Life." Here reside about 14 men, mostly gray headed, and about 14 women, mostly young and good looking. The head of the household is Dr. Cyrus B. Teed. "What the "College of Life" is, and what those 28 people are after, is something of a puzzle. But, according to their own representa tions, they are religious and scientific re formers, their specialty being a new theory concerning married life and chastity as re lated to Godliness and immortality. They look up to Dr. Teed as an inspired teacher, and some say as a Christ A long interview with Teed is published, in which he sets forth his peculiar ideas, and this is followed by interviews with a number of husbands whose wives have deserted them and joined the Teed aggregation. They unitedly de nounce him in the roundest of terms as a breaker up of happy homes. DEITE.V INSANE BY, HER LOSS. An Heiress Loses Her Blind Becnuso of a Failure to Receive Her Fonnne. ISrECIAL TELEGRAM TO TBE DISPATCn.l Elizabeth, N. J., September 18. Min nie McGuire, a young woman residing here, was declared insane by physicians to-day at St Michael's Hospital, and will have to be removed to the asylum. Miss McGuire be canw demented over her failure to get tidings of a fortune which, she alleged, a deceased bachelor uncle, Colonel Bichard Powell, a resident of New Orleans, had acquired. At his death he had willed the bulk of it to his unmarried sister, now liv ing at Elizabeth. Miss McGuire, on behalf of her aunt, engaged lawyers to hunt np her claim, but no will could be found by the New Orleans authorities, nor could they give any information about the dead Colonel or his wealth. This news broke Miss McGuire's heart, as she had fondly hoped to come into posses sion of the inheritance, and a couple of days later she wss found wandering aim lessly about the streets, and was clearly be reft of her senses. She was taken Dv friends to the hospital. OKE WIFE IS IN PKISOX. Tbo Season a Citizen orWisconsln Married the Second Time. "Waukesha, "Wis., September 18. Har vey Gurley, who was undoubtedly connect ed with his wife in the abduction of little Annie r.edmond, of Chicago, will tpend three years making shoes in the State prison at "Wanpun. He to-day pleaded guilty in the Circuit Court to a charge of polygamy, and was immediately sentenced to the peni tentiary. Gurley, who gave the name of Klein, mar ried Bertha Bonn, of Englewood, a suburb of Chicago, the reremony having been per formed at Waukesha. Qurley's legal wife is serving a term in the Joliet, 111., peniten tiary for tbe Bedmond abduction. Save Your Hair BY a timely use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. This preparation has no equal as a dressing. It keeps the scalp clean, cool, and healthy, and preserves the color, fullness, and beauty of the hair. "I was rapidly becoming bald and gray.; but aiter using two or three bottles of Ayer's Hair Vigor my hair grew thick and glossy and the original color was restored." Melvin Aldrich, Canaan Centre, N. H. " Some time ago I lost all my hair in consequence of measles. After due waiting, no new growth appeared. I then used Ayer's Hair Vigor and my hair grew Thick and Strong. It has apparently come to stay. Tho Vigor is evidently a great aid to nature." J. B. "Williams, Floresvillc, Texas. "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for the past four or five years and find it a most satisfactory dressing for the hair. It is all I could desire, being harmless, causing the hair to retain its natural color, and requiring but a small quantity to Tender the hair easy to arrange." Mrs. M. A. Bailey, 9 Charles street, Haverhill, Mass. " I have been usin" Ayer's Hair Vigor for several years, ana believe that it has caused my hair to retain its natural color." Mrs. H. J. King, Dealer in Dry Goods, &c, Bishopville, Md. Ayer's Hair Vigor, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Bold by Druggists and Perfumers. BLOOKER'S DUTCH COCOA. 150 CUPS FOB Si CHOIGEST, PUREST, BEST. TBY IT. aaBveti ( s TfOT8Srvi fey ;-. frtP; AND STILL TIIET COMB. One Tarty of Chinese Tbat the Law Cannot Keep Out. Sak Fbajtcisco, September 18. Among the arrivals on the steamer Gaelic from Hong Kong and Yokohama to-day was Tuiy Gwok Ying, recently appointed Chi nese Ambassador to the United States, who is en route "Washington. He is accompanied by a large delegation of Chinese dignitaries. The party is ex pected to leave for the East in a day or two. Oar 30. Cent Cashmeres Are tbcBcst French Goods, Of good weight, fine wool and brilliant dye. The assortment of colors is full and com plete. "We import them specially for our retail trade, and they are undoubtedly the best valne ever offered in fine cashmeres at so low a price. Jos. Hobne & Co. 'a Penn Avenue Stores. They Come High. Stylish dressers, look here, we have on hand about 350 elegant broad-wale fall overcoats in black and drab. They arc full silk-lined, and made by the finest custom tailors, who would charge from $60 to 870 for the same garments. Call and see them. Our price is $22 to-dav. P. C. C, C, opp. the new Court House. A Rush for tho New Fall Wraps, The newest styles in black and in colors are here in the most fashionable long wraps for old and young. Jos. Hoexe & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Pittsburg beer, brewed by Frauenheim & Vilsack, is a product of home industry. Call for it. Drink it. Telephone 11S6.- l'ubllc Notice. Before selecting your wall paper examine the stock handled by John S. Roberts, 414 "Wood street tts Geo. H. Bennett & Bno 135 First avenue, second door below Wood street, for pure rye whiskies. Children's French Illnck Ribbed Cashmere Hose 25 Cents A pair for size 5, rise 5 cents on each sizp; a bargain. Jos. Horne & Co.'s Penn Avenue Stores. Expoiltlon Evenings. Floral night to-night. A dream of ni ture's beauties. Everybody come. Cabinet photos, $1 per doz. Lies Pop ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st ttsu Opening; of Thumn's Dancing Academy! G4 Fourth avenue, Tuesday, October 1. Marriage Licenses Granted Yesterday. Nine. - Beildesa. (John Brown Collier townjhip Jilary J. Ilerron Collier town-hip j Andrew Savage, Union towns'p, Wasliingtof Co. (ilarv A. Simmons Manflcld 5 John Thomas Plltitiurg JJulia Uooyel I'ltUburg James Douglass flttiburg (Minnie Johnston Flttburg iratrick Rodpers McKeisport ) Elizabeth E. Topley McKessport J John M. Kmlong Bclleiernon (Eunice ounp ,....bpeer's Liading J William S.Douglasi l'iisburK (Maud Andereon Alllgheiiy I Albert Heideger l'ttsuurg (Anna Mueller l'Usburg j Robert F. Barron Elizabeth toWushlp ! Mary E. Brown Elizabeth township J Gluseppa Bella Pttsburg 1 Anna Mary Harper 1'lttsburg j 'William McCrackcn Aleghe-iy (Annie Crossett Allegheny J Robert Hamilton Allegheny 1 Clara bbades Allegheny John Hart l'lttsburg j Bella McKlbben l'lttsburg (Kobert D.Jones lAllegheny I Maggie K. Shaner Allegheny J John W. Ehrhart Allegheny ( Katie Hell Allegheny PhlllD Wlldinir ....i'lttshnrir (Theresa BponsiU fittsbutg DIED. CULLATAN On Wednesday evening, Sep tember 18, 1SS9, at 630, Beidoet Cur. iATAN, in the 87th year of her ago. Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law, Thos. Edwards, Craft ave.. Oakland, on Fei. day, September 20, at 8:30 a.m. High mass at St. Agnes' Chur h at 9 a. it. CAKOTHERS At her home in Wilkinsburc on Wednesday, September IS. lbS9, at 130 A m.,Mhs.Matilda CAKoiHEES,ln her 8M year. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral services at her late residence this after noon at 230, Interment private. GUEST At tbe residence of Q. IT. Mans field, 124 Bobinson street, Allegheny, on Wednesday, September 18, 1889. at 950 p. m. Ida, daughter of Frank and Mary Quest, aged 4 years 2 months. Notice of funeral hereafter. PIPER At Beaver Falls, September 17 at 530 P. M., William F. Pipes, in the 2ath year ot his aie. Funeral will leave the residence of W. H. H. .riper, at juanorvillc, Friday moknin q at 10 o'clock. Interment at Kittanning. (Kittanning papers please copy. THOMPSON-At Emsworth, on Wednesday. September 18, 1889, at li!:17 o'clock, John C Thompson. Services at bis late residence on Thursday September 19, at 7:45 p. it. Interment at Salts burg, Pa., Friday, September 20, at 2 p. m, JAMES ARCHIBALD URO . LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 117. 119 and 136 Third avenue, two doors below Bmithflcld st, next door to Central Hotel. Carriages for f unerals,S3. Carriages for operas, parties, ic., at the lowest rates All new car riages. Telephone communication. myMl-TX3 p EPRESENTEU IN PITTSBURG IN ISO. ASSETS . S9.07L6963S. Insurance Co. of North America. Losses adjusted and paid by WILLIAM L JONES. 84 Fourth avenue. ia20-s2- - WESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF PITTSBURG. Assets 5113,50187 NO. 411 WOOD STREET. ALEXANDER NIMICK, President. juhjn u. JAUKJSU.IN. vice President. fe22-26-TTS WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary. LADIES' FALL-WEIGHT UNDERWEAR! Just received a large lino all weights in LADIES' RIBBED UNDERWEAR. One lot of Ladies' French Ribbed BalbrICRan Vests. H. . L. a, extra fitting carnient. only 85c LADIES' FRENCH RIBBED MERINO VESTS, One-third cotton, guaranteed not to shrink. H K. h. 8.. 25 each; H. N. R. A. $1 ton mS according to size. A very beautiful fabric: LADIES' FRENCH RIBBED WORSTED VEST Made of the finest long combed yarn, and will not sbrinfc we have them in both white and natural wool H. If. L. S., 1 50, and H. N. R. A, $1 2a to Jl 40 each, according to size. All the new SWISS RIBBED WOOL VESTS Received in all shapes and colors, for Ladles and Misses. All weights in uc DR. JEAGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR, Including Vests, Drawers, Combination Suits Gowns and Skirts. We are Sole Agents tor Western Pennsylvania. si"" iur MEN'S MEDIUM HEAVY WEIGHT BALBRIG- GAN SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, For fall wear.' Also mediums in Merino and Natural Wool, in all grades, from 50o a car ment up. h DR. JAEGER'S SANITARY WOOL UNDER. WEAR. Night Shirts. Stomach Bands, Knee Protec tors, all grades at List Prices. roiec- See our DISPLAY of these and Fur Goortu at Exposition after Wednesday. oas HorneITward, 41 FIFTSA VENUE, sel7-D : THE PITTSBUEQ DISPATCH, , THUBSI?AT, 'z'SEBTEMBEHig, 1188a ,- NEW ApVERTJSEaiENTS. STARTING -THE- "We are now perfecting the preliminaries for starting our September Limited on THURSDAY,' SEPTEMBER 12. It will make rapid work and quick re turns to the advantage ot our Urge con stituency of buyers. A vestibule train, saving time and its equivalent, money, to all, with that safety in buying, that is felt in traveling on the Chicago Limited. The constant arrival of new Fall Carpets, Furniiure and Curtains. makes the pressure for space in our sales rooms so heavy that something must "break." "We have decided it must be last season's prices on stacks of goods whose room is preferable to their company. We ring out the old and ring in thb new. The goods are standard. Ourreputation rests on none better. Fashion's changeable whim is their only demerit. The admired new of to-day will be the slighted old next year. They are then the peers of the present when future use and true worth are considered. NOTE THE DAY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 12! Be ready at the start, and reap the ad vantage of the first comers. Here are a few examples of the speed of our Limited. Do they suggest bargains? Scores equally as good in every department, that limited newspaper space forbids mention and lim ited store space compels rapid transit. PARLOR FURNITURE.! 6 Piece Parlor Suite, Upholstered in Em bossed Plush, going now at 540 00; 4 Pieces Parlor Suite, Upholstered in the best qual ity Mohair Plush last month, ?125 00 now, ?75 00. DINING ROOM! , 8 ft. Extension Table, 6 Dining Chiirs and Sideboard, gointr now at S35 00. Side board Antique Oak last month, $30 0! now 518 00. BEDROOM! Three pieces, Antique Oak or Imitation Mahogany, last month 35, now $27. Three pieces, Solid "Walnut, last moil 550, now 38. CARPET DEPARTMENT! Jtoyal "Wilton Carpet, last month 52 50, now 52 per yard. j Wilton Back Velvet, last month 5125, now 51 per yard. j Moquette, last month 51 CO, now ?lper yard. " Body Brussels, best grade, last mmth 51 25, now $1 per yard. j Tapestry Brussels, best grade, last month 75c, now 65c per yard. Extra Supers, best grade, last monti 75o, now 60 and 55c per yard. i O.McCliiitock&Cp. 33 FIFTH AVENUE . se!2-T3 ALE and PORTER. This week we commence the manu facture of our celebratod Ales and Porter and shall be pleased to promptly fill all orders. "We shall put up in half and quarter barrels a special article for family use. DARLXJTOTON&CO. 112 FIRST AVENUE. sell .TEETH, $5, $8, $10i Gold fillings from SI up. Amalgars, Silver, 75c; white alloy, $L Gold Crowns a specialty. DR. 3. M. MCCLAREN, Corner Smithficld and Fourth avenue. je23-TTSu i Exposition Visitors will find in our mammoth stock everything they require for the Fall and Winter outfit at prices entirely satisfactory. w m. bempi 165, 167, 169 FEDERAL SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN BLACK GOODS. 1 48-inch Silk Warp Henriettas at gi a yard. Never excelled in any 'market 46-inch Cashmeres and Henrietta Cloths, all-wool, 50, 65, 75 and 90c are best values ever shown in this city. BLACK GROS GRAIN SILKS, 24 inches wide, 95c, $1 12 and $1 25, are worth 50c a yard more respectively. Immense bargains in BLANKETS. All-wool, full size, $3 a pair up. See the 4 pound Blanket at 3 50 a pair, thoroughly scoured, all-wool, no shoddy and worth $4 50 a pair at $3 50. Fine Saxony wool Blankets, 5 a pair. FLANNELS of all kinds at Flannels 18c, worth 25c anywhere. SUITS. Ladies' pioth, Tricot, made, stylish garments at low prices. Latest styles and colors in Cloth Plush garments in great variety. ffc j NEW ADVEttHSEHENTB. DBESS TRIMMINGS. J Along with the new Silks and Dress stuffs we are now exhibiting- may be seen our new autumn designs in Dress Trimmings, Buttons and any thing that is needed for the finish of a rich, handsome or moderate costume. Exqui site designs in Silk Twist, Fringes, all colors, Cut Steel Passementeries in the Direc toire effects, Cut Steel and Jet Ornaments, Braid Orna ments, with and without pen dants, and the most elegant r line of Dress Buttons ever shown, consisting of the Di rectoire (large and small) in Persian steel and metal, all of the newest and latest de signs. Our Millinery Parlors are teeming with the newest and latest novelties. We are headquarters for Millinery and our prices are way below the average. No charge for trimmings when materials are purchased here. Ladies' Cloak rooms second floor. Everything new, rich, elegant and handsome are here to be found and at the lowest pos sible prices. KLD GLOVES. Ladies' 4-button Hid Gloves, in black aud brown, at 50c. Ladies' 4-button Kid Gloves, in black, brown, tan and slate, at 69c Ladies' 5-hook, black, brown and slate, at 75c. Ladles' 4-button Suede Gloves, first quality, at 99c. Ladies' 6-button Mousquetaire, first quality, Children's Kid Gloves at fiOc. Full line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cashmere Gloves and Mittens. ( Two Entrances) Sixth street and Penn ave. selS II CORSET BARGAINS THAT BEAT THE WORLD. A French Woven Corset, embroidered bust, and of excellent shape, AT ONLY 50 CENTS. Nobody sells this Corset at less than 73c and some dealers ask SL Next comes 500-BONB CORSET, . AT 81 25, WORTH 82. Mail Orders promptly attended to. In ordering by mail please inclose extra money for Postage, at the rate of o per ounoe Fleishman k Co., PITTSBURG, PA. EOlS-Dj ,es, 8L, ALLEGHENY, PA. bottom prices. All-wool Country Immense values at 25c, 31 and 35c. j 1 Cashmere and Silk Suits. Well ' Jackets, Wraps, Newmarkets and MEIU mm DANZIGER St 111 - ji v ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. i- ? AN IMPORTANT SALE BEGAN YESTERDAY, WEDNESDAY MORNING. $ III in CHOICE NEW GOODS -TO BE SOLD DURING- THE NEXT 15 PAYS AT SUCH PRICES AS THE GENERAL PUBMC WILL REAP THE BENEFIT OF. Large lot of Black Dress Silks, 24 inches wide, at 88c per yard. 50 pieces all silk Surahs at 50c, including evening shades. 24-inch Black Silks at $1; their equal have never been offered at sale in America. 100 pieces black and colored all silk Armures at 75c that are" extra ordinary. Fine Black Silks at $1 25, $x 50, $1 75, $2 and up to 3 per yard prices that will command attention. Large and varied assortment new and elegant Black Brocade Silks at 75c, $i, $i 25, $1 50 and up to $6 per yard. New stripes and fancy weaves in entirely new designs in solid Black Silks of high class character and effectiveness at inexpensive prices. An offering of rich and elegant fancy Brocade and Persian Silks and novelties, surpassing anything hitherto shown, 50c to 20 a yard. 46-inch Black Cashmeres at 75 and 90c that will demonstrate what bargains are. Fancy Black Goods and Silk Warp Black Cashmeres at prices that will pay you to investigate if you wish to get a good quality and to save. Dress Goods : -AKD- : Suitings. Extra heavy all-wool Cashmeres, not' narrow goods, but 4o-inches wide, and 40c is the price don't pay 50c when you can get them here at 40c, and in a large assort ment Choice new shades. 500 pieces of 46-inch all-wool Cashmeres at 75c, 90c, $1 and 25 that will pay both wholesale and re tail buyers to see. One hundred pieces Extra Fine Silk Warp Cashmeres, in thirty shades, at $1 as fine and as good as ever sold at $1 25. See them and save 25c a yard by buying them. 100 pieces double-width Tricot" Mixtures and Stripes. All are regular 25c goods and good value at that. Price Here Now 15 Cents. IMPORTEDDRESSGOODS SUITINGS AND NOVELTIES, 35c, 50c 65c, 75c, $1 And up to the richest Paris novel ties, all at prices that will pay you to come to Allegheny. . EXHIBITION Fine Twill Broadcloths. 50-inch Wide Wale Diagonals. 52, 54 and 56-inch French Suit ings at $1 25, J5i 40, $1 50 and up to $2 per yard, possessing quality and finish requisite to making costumes for those who appreciate the best and the latest Paris colorings. Special department for Paris Robes or Pattern Dresses from jSio to $s each, embracing the choicest and richest goods and exclusive styles hundreds to choose from and no two alike. Boggs&Buhl, 115, ii7, 119. 121 Federal Street, Allegheny P. S. Cloak and Suit Rooms New goods are now on sale, and we offer the largest and most at tractive stock, and greatest bargain of merit ever shown from a Child's B.& B. WORTH Jacket to the richest Paris Wrap. S619-S t " jrrw xBrmmamuunif nrirw rouvr nCiAUT and sent post free to any address, logue. It la a pamphlet of 66 engravers' art, and In addition, complete description of all kinds tiona for self-measurement for wearing apparel, and a form of i order -whloh will be found very useful by out-of-town Write for this magninoent publication. twit xm m r I 1 O S WO uuor y o Began Their Talk and the Country at Large THE CLOTHING BiH In some form or other the talk ever we may have written, we can of TRUTH from first to last and to this quality we can attribute the command. WE HAVE Clothing, Hat, Furnishin Shoe l"l Not only in Pittsburg, but in tnis of those who patronize us increases that we were headquarters in this to male attire. That we could, in itors and go them one better. We hence it is most gratifying to us also believe it increases daily. We Have Fall Goods for EveryBllj Rich and Poor! Business or Profession Men! Workingmen or Mechanics! Old or Young! An air of freshness beauty, goodness, style pervades every df ment Look here, look there, look boldlv disDlaved. eoods which vou suppose could only be obtained at merchant tailors, exclusive Tiatjg exclusive furnishing: eoods stores, exclusive shoe stores and we stSejSk indisputable factwhen we say that Price is But One-Half That Asked by the Exclusive SHALL YOF OUR BEAUTIFUL EXPOSITIONS We want everyone to know that strangers and citizens alike aj53 welcome to the freest use of the full facilities of our far-famed Clota-j ing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods establishment, welcome to cobs' right in our store and ask to checked and call for them at their and none need feel obligated to buy store to bring to your mind one of We want you to think of our store burg comes to your mind. You Can Come From Any Part of the Country within a hundred miles of Pittsburg clothing for yourself, boys 6r children, save enough money to ndtsc pay your expenses to and from here,- you to have a good time while in this No Dealer Can Duplicate Either Qni - Goods or We have a wealth of pleasing and experience could suggest and most liberal of inducements from time to time and living squarelyjaeuM what we advertise we have established a reputation for liber alityjal veracity unequaled in any similar we recognized alone as liberal and as well as our progressive style of and ever increasing popularity is without a parallel in mercantile life; Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. GUSKY'S rsn uiti t&is t . run mniunu our annas! Fall and WlaiM ' pages, is a marvel of tbe printtw1; to beautifal colored plates of goods in our eetabUsluaest, 4 3 tMf to This Comnmnil -ABOUT- has been daily ever sia sincerely aver that it had the we think, nay we are sure, tiwt respect that all our aaaoaac -t A FIRM HOLIK i -or TUB- -A3D- -r.i. Business, I1! . section of the country. The daily. We have all along clt section for EVERYTHING jrt sporting language, "see" oar et claimed this because we belieWiii to find that the number of tkm SV.t-v -a anywhere. You'll see, ia our have hitherto been accustomed! in every instance our (?) Houses. BE A VISITOR - TO - A have their bags, bundles, wraps, etc; convenience. We make no charg unless they choose. We want" the pleasantest places in Pittsba as the handiest place whenever Pitl and by investing a few dollars but also have enough lefttoeaal city of our3. Our Prices. surprises. Everything that v br; enterprise secure. By offering. establishment in this city. Nor progressive. Our aggressive aeth business, together with our woade; GRAND BARGAIN Sfl to 400 Market stit iel9- NK-IMMI ...-.. J,.-.! ?