The Pittsburgh Expbsition fsovërior this yrar, hnt flicre is ofaé thinpf connected with it that wil] bc read vith in terest liere. Eatlier a lookingeonpln from the country boarded a traía -liere the daybefore theExposition closed, and with a nuniber of otiici-s went to Pittsbnrgli. Arriving the girl metan oíd ticquaiutance, with whom sho soon bociime nncomfortably (forthe oHior clnqi) Mén'dly. SKe iml ber PiHsimii'i fi'icüil stuck together 1 1 1 ■- wnx all diiy, viuwinp; ■■ tlio sights, j)]ian-ufly oblivioUá of flio fátít that her ewcort was around. AVlien tho hour canic for starting home she went with hor Pittsburgh friend to the dv})ot, and hung upoq his arm unfil jnst Ixfoic t Intrain started, her escort, tho while, looking very much dinpleased. They boarded the train, shc taking a seat jnst behind hira. ïhe üondiurtov tapped her on the shoulder for " tickets." Shi; lcaneil timidly fonvard and said : " Tickets, John." "Tickets be - !" said John. "Oei yonr tickets from the f ello w you trollopcd around with all day." This was followed by loud laughing frora a number sitting nenr, some of wbom had been watehing the girl's ! movements during tli day, and she liad to go down into lier pocket for the neccssary wealth to pay her faro to this , dtj.-Yoimgstown Éegister.