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   Evening Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1883, Syracuse, New York                             THE EVENING HERALD. JTO UMTH JSDITION. SYKACl'SJE. N. Y., Tlll'KSDAY KVEX1XG. SElTOJBEtt T. NO. 9030. F0 EDITION Y1SITOBS AT OPit FAIR IHEYjlKE COUtSTKD DULY BY A Crcal KilulMtlun KMT at' Ua la AU of TUTU .bit MUM nkar rua- Uw Ouuniaxa cuuiiiy fair vtro uaUuu liM uvurnintf Out- eafck "We rabnt bril with the hurw anil mixfat juw veil atKletrrjbudy would be jiw as td." the oUwr. SUUM? fulls to are wfanal weau tu live.. Aiobov, f procoai lo cbek isr out up my hiiia t tibeUtal ftJ- orcr Uicnr, Vm" and he uff at laae thai wuuklu't bare kept ui. Kith wn fwurraJ A un-at many people were heart to last MILTON 1-mCK'S Mmv tioia Atitauia Duuroe Ito to ta dieam of Mr. tax audt Mr. Altai tunokiaK an exfatt.il ul new aui. awl km lakm tint KKtxf- iLiaf he baiODlinuL null, a jimr- fkUux. all bare lakm AH.lt VfttfUfK "A. J. __..... au4 isf K. k. Wtir-aS 1 tiw Uivsa to KbtjuamAml iu .of Uxjih. tewbje uMUiae _________ zlttfy   tent are jmrdly adeqoafc for the great number of tfccwe who it head-centre of Uw fair and tolwfnr- nisocd with chairs and a table on in cattbarlmiek.- They arc abn food of sittinc-onUicitotitpianK nadwatchiturthe erowrf. The tails of our cWcemcrt con- tcjoporancs arc rcfpcctfuny noomncndrd a? a delightful resort for those deeirlng: IhcstockboMcrsof gmeOa kavc aftonisliingly large fimnicv-nenT trm tlmn font or flvcchJMren. a very large anoraiiciitot am be nttMcit. The haptpgit girls from the country, wkn are weartaHr niick span new dmma Mto UM- drcffmakery Tile only rbi> made tbp cfntlm of tile gwaliis JoiiJInrtbetn from tkeddcrmin-tlic of which sdte at Uvc ceiits ibn rjv w aad wluiuutaav ilii.nur. WIK duofuot. of ouurae, uijure the value of the bom fur kluck puniaaffi. year, for MMM> ranain or ulher. bti wutiHrturivd trutu mmpccHlua on mmouut of bH uf Dur.ic. ua exhibition. Uw iiuiuu of in funu aud au- tluu. Itobln a ei-idiux awl cut Bet over' tbc grouud very Tomitly. A boiutiful thrre-ytw-ohl man; is Mag tie HubU-IL Tlu; dalUou, which arrant Ihc blue ribUia. is owmil l-y Mr. Utrpeuh.-r. llurav aud bis n3ipnns an' tunr of tbecbief aUractioas ul the fair, and Iberv aru a great many admirers of bred THI: UEKKixo COM r.vvr. TUe fcuJM. o-J up nil ----------------.-------------------U l.v-u-t-ijj luaeuitstti fi- j c sSiuw. ttuMXhn   lead all its rivals. U'bc wood parts are of the best Micmgau asb. wblk- tbc imn portri mv m Jllc- ablc caMings. and thcahaf ting is of steel. The Deering stands ready to compute witb any other machine iu pnfni work. There is also on exhibition tbe DeeriuyniOK-- crs. of many have been sold in this reirioQ this season, none returned anJ no fault found. The Deertair liirbt reaper is also a machine that pitsscsscs cnoujrh advan- tages to warrant its purchase without any fear of ita success. The Sv-racusc agent for the Deering machines is Bill. Wright uf So.  THK FAMOUS OPEKA CLOTBIKG. A Hint -which Mothers Will >'ot be Slow to.Take. The exhibit of tbe Famous Opera Clothing- company in tire main building- is one of the Jaces where advertising carus are bclag landed but oy'the hundreds, and, is more, the people -who get them -wia not for- visit the Famous's extcniavc stores in 2 and 3 Wictins- block, -where dis- pktye.1 the full assortments o' Trhfcl the fair merely a very iiuidcqunic sample, f tbe Famous can be said to. have :uiv a Mock in every Hoc is carrieil of sufficient variety to satisfy anybody and whatever his taste or pockeUmok is in toedepartmcnt of children's suits and 'VereoatB. wavfor he mother to make the small boy's suiC sufl hctMcuU result was a set of garments Hint made that snail feel badly and Iw.fe worse. nl mother can visit the Famous, and pick out a tMtefnl and pcrfectlv fitting- sciL "be Famous also makes it n point to urge he parent to parchasc two pairs of pxutx- DOin with one coat and waistcoat, as tlw ormerwetr out tn half the time that the latter do, and tbe Famous carries a stock big- cnoogb to meet all demands. The public bonfd understand that the Famous is tbc place tow the veir fullest line of ready- nwie dotting in all colors, wcighls, manv lak, prices. Rich and aud tboseMMKdvtdi moderate means will one and all nnd what is wanted in tbe line ol outer Uie Famous. How T. n. lias Built Up a and Ore-wing: Trude. I. It. Isroucstera of Nos. 13 and 15 Salina street ttefiaaicspsca n-hidi lie huil lasc year, on> the west side of the cen- tral aisle, ninniajf north and south throush the main ball, lu it is exhibited eaotb- sr taken from bis stock in North Salina street. Mr. Hrounstcia has for his mottoes, "Misrepresentation will not be Tolerated." aad is Sold is Sola on 115 True Merits." It isdiu for 5fr. Urounstein's stock tbat many of tbt most snits arc cut after patterns 01 e Fanners and la- people will find at tis store clotliing e to tbisr IJSL-. Tben, is kept on assortment of the finest quality of goods, are snidest at the lowest !iv- iatfliricw- CMidrea's-sreariaaU the newest ajul aiiute from snaicrials, arc kcijtoinsSanilr in f-tcefc :md sold at the low- est jiriees. In all the lints o'clotlijnr, Xr nrounsiein Jeadi. In tlie few rears he 2.15 been in Syracuse hcbas iiuidchiRiseif trastfi eser. asa oo exiiibirjon in tEttin !eJl a pym- I counter by AMermaa Odd... nii-1 of pcrfutues. Tuft's fountain 1 hiinsry be can is in operation in tlie The is carried to tbe top of tlie booth, and drops into a latvc bowl into winch hundreds of are also displaved. Everr article turned out by ifr. Hsmflloa is wammttd of the best quality in ef instance. Sir. Ihuniltou's trade exteucs Into Uuuida. It is claimed for the iterfUDHS aja-Je bv this bouse tbst tbey have adurubiSitvof (rfor nut tastefully nrranged and eves ifitteii as they bchoM tJKr eoUectiv.t TvJiicii is slinwn there. Mr. Hamilton's is at Xo. West Fayette strett. TIIE SCHU.UXCEI: ICXHTBIT. popular by -one low prices, and be is np a large anil per- inaiientlrade in thfe crtranil iDS country, fivcrj- visit.-.r at should visit the and see wliatcan ba baflironi tlie slock at StJEICHS AXJO CAKItttGES. Short Smith's Xxliiliif, TYliiclt Took a. Prize at the State Fair. A little to the northwest of tbe main hall isthetcnt in rrhich 3'essrs. Sbort i Smith, boflders of carriaats aad sleishs, have one' of the fisesf exhibits on toe ground. Tlieir factories are at Xos.7, 9 and 11 Gil- ford street, and at the corner of Fay- ette and Seneca streets.' In thc-ir tent is exhibited a full line of graceful Port- land and other patterns of cotters and niso elegant The beautifully upholstered iriih blue -reiver plush, and the oafcc throughout is of tbe bastkiniL The side sprinjr models of jwrfection ainl easV running bug-- Hand buffed leather tops aad Eiuriisli dyed c3otli are iu Ihe mauufae- tiUTC of tbrec baggies. There are macufac- tiirers who sell and sleiglis for Jess money, hat do not sell n tiioniBjrhly good articii' for so little monev as this firm ask lor tbeir ceativ fiiiish- and excellently trimmed cutters and Sliorf i ?mfth received, last A. W. PAI.MKR'S EXHIBIT. Day Tjanf Admirers or wnl FjuhivnaMe Clotbing. A. exhibitor raadyniutde and cihitnin in the main Imildinsr contm- to draw a crowd all daylong. Tt takes two policemen in the afternoon to keep -tic people moving along. Persons stop to sec, tbc flrst place, tint neat little contrivance iiiiftMuK tlie representation of a goat and another; of a colored per- on attired in wool. The significant legend eada.-! am.wamntol an edtotlwcolorea I wooL" Jkjt wftarimlreabcaijtifol floral wboare extract of which sdte at Uvc cents tbe raking- sctool wish a frer, iuWcrctl biscmt, up to the and sandwich counter, witli the finish at UK pop, beeraiHl peanut stand. The fair is s resort i'rn-thc rCDCirlne of friendship and thecx- 'ew Orleans ordlnarr at 30a33c- Scaar doli "hut Keadv; erannlatea SHc confeetioncrj- "A'7 are na- chaneea. Bather anaer: creamerj up to best Weslem IKSC aad dairy at 24a2Sc; "Welsh tabs la cheese a moderate movement -srilh best Eastern iactorr other grades mn- tail ctfftooiers. Their stock of fall patterns "5Ld embraces all the latest ___. ftyles of side jraJI and ceOinc- paper bans- 300 men. Three Irvine Hall Demo- _ start from tbe tirand Central rdcpot on Toes-day at o'clock A. 31. It will take crats will jro to Buflalo by tie Erie railroad. leaving Jersey o'clock A. JI. City oil Tuesday at 9 at seller Maj- To Build a yew Railroad. KOCEESTEB, Sept- new raGroad. ines. ceiling- oecoratiocs, centre fnecrs. da- dos, borders and friezes, an of which they offer at the very lowest rates. Their stock of school, miscellaneous and religions books is acknowledged all to be the largest of any in this section of the State. and tbey Sunday schools or private. libraries at special rates. They have Bibles, about fifty miles in lenctb, from Aurora on seller vtar opesed tioss. no- Chieaco. CHICAGO. Scot. 20. A. active but weafc octooer al November opened at anrtf Com is hiroer: October ertened at CTeni next. seller v DOW 47HC aad Oais are seadj: npcnnl at 2bc. DuV er now KHic an Mar- Pork actrre tot cow October: opcied IJOw. 510.SO juvenile books, poets, novels and handscice- ly illustrated boots in endless vsrietv. In their stationery department thev have ritinjr papers, envelopes, slates. inksC blank woks, pads, pencils, gold pens, pockftoooks, birthday cards, photographs and autograph albums, aad scrap books in every style. .The business of R. G. Wyakoop panv is very larffc, and extends to cverv part of tnis Statowthey navinp a verr tergewbole- sale trade with dealers in other placeSjivbicn necessitates their keeping three sgtnts on be road most of tbe time. Their store, vp- ctairs and down. Is crtnvded with socb an endleas-raricty in- tbe lines bey carry that it is necessary fortbcm to have all toe patterns to make a desirabie their customers. The ranttn of R. G. IV vakpop Coropanv is to uo br taei customers as their would wisi to be donebr, and to sdibonesi goods, atas low prices as bey can be afforded. the C- X. T. P. road to a point ontbesacje line Portacs, to nra east and wee; throczii WyoTnin'R- coirary. has been pro- jected and win he Irailt by Buffalo and Kochcster capitalists. George Boy Lost iit the Fair. Frary. a focr-year-old boy, Clover arm: choice castt, and pmne. seller Timothy steady: prone to extra Srvrar. and for fI.2Tsi.29. nax. rtcadj. cash trhoso pareols at Xo. Salina street. treat to and he cannot be found. He j wore a gray shirt an-1 brown hat- He is lisrht i light compiexioned and bas Official 1S.75Q tead. estlizated aeus. 2.WO The ?rain nwjtet Js less flciire and WO inc is IT sefier year. Ji amnrj-. id Senemtwr. year and Benjamin Rabin's PnnunTncnt. j and SU.i5 Jan Benjamin Rabin, the boy wbo tampered j "Viler Lard artire and liizber: with lewis rcaH yrsicrday, -FCKJ.TSHIXG5. pleaded gnaty in the Uaited States Circuit court in Buffalo, and was sentcneed to tbe i House ot Kcfuge at Kocteslcr at bard labor fora a half. loiiowini tse oasosz Kaj board aad October AD Sorts of Goods to Tie Had at FcTlavs Brotbers'. Fellows 23 Good Bait for Manufacturers. SEW TOSK. Sept. Board of AMer- prorBWy taore satisfac- tory than any other. Thesccood isLoftJe's; anyotne w] mi great S. BOSE5BLOOH SOXS. Stack ft Stwwu. S. Is Sons, in tbc PostoAlcc an exquisitely arrarsjed booth making cake. They Oiily tfcc Icitcr Brothenrarc'esaiHtiasa of tlie macy pianos, mcsical tesrrnments, to bo foiirnlst their TrarciUHiSiS. 52 Sonth _______ ______ _______ Hgat and Tbc urrisht to noV .jj wJrMi attractsre, rwveitv. Its be or latest novelties in neck- j that city, aad who employ over tea woTk- wear.aad nave.an array of tics and scarfs! tsea. hat cannot fail to noclt the heart of any bachelor who is looking for the wherewithal Tiis fnw. ______ organs, wfaicb are baratifnl hi of true tone and fine AnMi. Tbey have also an attractivcliccof other instroffCTts. ItF.mhruUci. Mnt Van TTorcrer Cctepar-y of Xo. i Hi Utiroc, owmf4 tf E. F. Allem. Mr ww vVja I .irffev-a, (Ml body hi bottom. A it can be Arvnhpr Tphlcle >nisa for pwdletrorkcalle.! yestertay aad fo-darto InrtoSojrcrs tSe. shown there, they nrakewp as effective displ-iy. T.IC atto-.Jicn iwil'.-jo pIcosSj fo to tiicreiris fmrtwWiWf. It hw SBIBO bay nfacture. riporcraciasjiKutiforfc of that class (Iocs. Their larst stock tfecm cntjrll cmnprUunR. Ybit ibcir ro Jh The' The KD. Ctapp Wmari corafpny, of Aitburn latvc the --------------to examine FeUoire Brothers' large displav. In the way of bosfery crcry- ITT any iz2trkct TF01 be fouud TWtow Brothers' well appointed store. A spcoaJty -with Uiis firm is centlcmen's silk handkerchiefs. Tbeir stock in this line is exceexSagly handsome and attractive, and well Kwrits an examination. Of other articics Deeded to cotnplcte gen- tleman's costutnc tn the -way of collars, aad jaxlcrtrear. Fellows BrotJicrs have a fall assortment of tbe latest styles in all srwics from the cheapest to the best, and make a special: point of in stock tbc ---------Istosatwfy tbe best trade in tie _ jtlcraeatbonH call at yp. 23 South nuUHIt MlDCl.- _ Tlie Tire Record. forat- j rure factory ia Centra] avenne was burned tins morning-. Loss about Sept Oie JBAEe SiytiUs mrrmer fair nctaHter, variable Kindt gotctaSa front OK SFJUKKS OCX OTTS Tbe Emperor WTJltam of Germany has nade General Blnmentbal a Ommt. rbcmDatic gont at hfe botae in Sew Tork. Almy nonnwied for Govern- or by Tbe 'Weatum nflrocA bare Kfoted to grant the in ike tmncportniion ratn for irbMt for bribe Millen at KnoeapoOa, Wnn. Tetmm game to-momw 1SI7P. Jf. fa KeaOT. Amber Tictcr. per barrel. WmuT-gtody: dd white State old tea State tlSSt. mixed at We So. Searee Slate at SSe. atrd, Rare; y aM to Mew Yoit. Cfauit Q-icutinns Wfent to to Altanr and   

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