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ETHE TAX DEFECTIVE.
tOfily a Minor Part of Assessment on
Out-of-Town Mills Good.
THE HARTMAN STEEL CO.'S APPEAL
rTroTM Largely Successful, and an Injunc
OI1EE SEWS P0M THE LEGAL FIELD
The business tax contest between the
H&rttnan Steel Company and tbe city irai
decided by Judge Slagle yesterday. Tbe
suit was a test case, and it affected the mat
ter of leryin a business tax' on tbe large
coal and coke firms and otber business con
cerns hiTins a branch office In tbe city and
tbelr works elsewhere The suit was to re
strain the dty of Pittsburg and W. K. Ford,
"Delinquent Tax Collector, from collecting the
'business tax levied on the Hartman Steel Com
pany. Tbe company has its works and math
office at Bearer Falls and a branch office here.
It was taxed on the business transacted on tbe
grounds that the contracts were made here;
therefore that the business was transacted
here. Three modes of fulfilling these contracts
"were referred to in the bill. On two questions
tbe Hartman Steel ComDany win tbelr point,
and on the other the City Assessors are sus
tained. The case is fully Riven in the opinion
handed down by Judge Slagle:
It Is alleged in the bill tbit the company if or
ganized under the act ol 1874, bavin Its manufac
tory and principal office at Heaver Tails, but bav
ins: at Pittsburg a branch office, at which some or
Its bullous Is transacted, but have no warehouse
or place for storage or goods in said city, and that
transactions to the salvor goods were made at
Pittsburg as follows:
firstGoods manuractured at Beaver Falls, sold
to customers Uvlneln Pittsburg and delivered to
'"l tbcm on board ears at Beaver Falls, consigned to
uem at rutsourg.
(A THE CLASS THAT GOES.
Second-Goods manufactured at Heaver Falls,
sold v customers living in Plttsburgaud delivered
to them at tbe railroad depot in Pittsburg, con
tracts being made outside tbe city.
Third Goods sold to customers living outside
Of the city of Pittsburg, and delivered to them at
Beaver Falls. In tbe first and third cases the con
tracts were made in the cltr of Pittsburg and in
atl cases on credit, and three-fourths or tbe pur
chase money paid in Pittsburg and tbe remainder
collected by drafts, credited to tbe accounts of the
u all these transactions the
threatens to collect the tame.
The plaintiffs allege that the city has no legal
authority to levy and collect said taxes, and asks
'that it be restrained. All the facts are admitted
by the answer, the only denial or the allegations
of the bill being as to the power of the dty to levy
and collect the ttx. andastothelrrepaiable in
eonly authority to which we are referred is
in ine acioi aiarcn t, jmo, dcc wmcu
provides that the Councils or tbe city of Pitts
burg shall be and are hereby authorised to levy
t ana assess upon su articles oi irauc anu cum
jnerce sold in the sala city. Including sales at
auction or otherwise, an annual tax not exceed-
lnrS mills on the dollar.
There Is no qnetllon as to the nower or the Leg
islature to authorize such taxation, and the solu
tion of the qucst'ons Involved, therefore, depends
upon the proper construction or tne act and Its
application to the property taxed.
I Tne third class raises the qnestlons Involved
clearly and distinctly: The goods mentioned
were never within the cltr or Plttshnrg, and
though tne contracts for sale were made there,
they were executed outside its limits by delivery
to persons who were not residents," It is con
tended by plaintiffs that, in order to subject goods
to taxation, the goods themselves must not only
be within the city, but the sale mnst be perfected
4har4 twti 41 a ttiA riafsnJsti tat 1 Iwi fhat It Is on M
clem that the sale be made within the city, and'
uh it is only necessary wai we contract oe mane
sufficient to pass title between parties. It will be
observed that the act does not impose a tax upon
sales, hut npon goods, wares, eta it Is not Im
posed upon all goods, bnt only upon those sold.
Tbe natural construction or the act named,
therefore, requires that the goods should be with
in the jurisdiction or the cltv and sold there. It
may well he doubted whether tbe Legislature
would hare tbe power to authorise a municipal
corporation to Impose a tax upon personal
property ora tangible character not within "Its
limits, ir It bad Intended to authorise a tax npon
sales, irrespective or the location or the property,
appropriate language conla have been employed
to clearly express such Intention. In the absence
orsnch language It Is not to be presumed that the
Legislature intended to exerclee such doubtful
power. Bnt. even If tne language more dearly
Indicated tax upon sales, it still would be re
garded as a tax unon tbe property Itself.
IMPOSSIBLE TO TAX I, "
It has frequently been beld that a Ux upon sales
or license to sell Is in effect a tar pon the articles
sold, liererencc. Walton vs Missouri, 12 rt heat
44t;Abneyvs California, ?. Howe, 168; Cook vs
Pennsylvania. 97, United States, 966.3 It seems
clear, therefore, thai property which has never
been within the delimits Is not taxable under
the act of MareX I, IMS, merely because tbe con
tract of st was made there. This is in accord
with the decision of this court In Pittsburg vs
iildw , 277, December T 1438, upon substan
tia similar state of facts. ,
'In the first class the goods were brought within
tbe city, and the contract or sale was made there,
tout the sale was perfected by delivery at Beaver
Yalls. As before stated, in order to subject the
property to tax under the act or IMA, tbe property
must not only be within tbe city, but the sale
must be made there.
It is true, as argued by defendants' counsel. that
a sale may transfer Ihe title to property as be
tween the parties, without actual delivery. As
, between vendor and vendee. It is specification and
- "not delivery that Is uicessary to the vesting or
title (Wlnslow, Lanier S. Co. vs Leonard. 21 p. su
: 17). But In this case, the delivery being mads
outside the city, the specifications were necessa
rily there also. In bbuln vs Pittsburg, S3 pa., st,
4S6, the Court held that this act clearly covers
goods In the warehouse ol the defendants sold by
uem, though the orders were taken and contracts
made by aetata outside the city.
. In Bavbraebt vs Comm. SJ6. page, statute 448,
tbe court says tbe Dlars of sale is tbe point at
which goods ordered are set apart and delivered
w lug uurcuuer or 10 vne common earner, wno
for the purpose or delivery represent him. De
livery, either actual or constructive. Is an essen
tial Ingredient In a sale or personal property,
bame case: Until this took place, he had only a
Tight of action to recover for a breach of con
tract, (Rochester Oleo and Oil Company vs
Hugbey, Hpage. statute 322.) It Is clear, there
fore, that the sales In these cases must be held to
nave been made In Beaver county, and that title
bad passed out of plaintiffs' before they were
broucht Into .the city or Pittsburg, and they are
not taxable as plaintiffs' property sold there.
The same reasnlnp. annltMl tn thi. umhH t...
or sales, as clearly shows that they are not proper
e-ublects of ts.xs.tlon br the rltv nr Pfrtchn-t,
ITbe contracts of sales were made in Beaver coun
ty, but tuey were executed by delivery in i cltr.
They remain the property oi plaintiffs until deliv
ered and come within the term of tbe act "roods
sold" there. A decree will he Issued restraining
the collection of taxes upon the first and third
THE PUPS AM A TRAGEDI.
Testimony About a Litter Ihe Dnvlses
Quarreled Over Before Alfred J. Was
bbot His Wife-on Trial for the Hom.
Caroline Davis, or Palmer (colored), was
placed on trial in the Criminal Court before
Judge Collier yesterday, charged with tbe
xnnrder of Alfred J. Davis (colored), with
whom she lived as his if c, on Jannary & Tbe
prosecution claim the defendant deliberately
shot and killed Davis. The attorneys for the
defense. Messrs. William Reardnn Thnm M
ifi. 'Marshall and Thomas M. Marshall, Jr., say that
tneyareauie to enow mat Davis shot himself
- and that tbe accused bad nothing to do with it
The flrst witness placed on the stand was a
llttlo colored Krl named Meely White. Davis
and Cable W. Nichols ran a restaurant at No.
GO Frankstown avenue, in partnership, Meely
White was employed by them. She said that
Paris had a litter of pnps which be kept in the
room tn wbicb himself, Mrs. Davis and Meely
White slept. Mrs. Davis objected to tbe pups
being there, but Davis would not hare them
taken outpf the room. On New Year's eve.
Mrs. Davis tnraw flvo of the pups out of the
window into the alley, and drowned the rest.
When Mr. Davis came home the witness heard
them nchtlnc. She beard Davis say to Mrs.
Davis that be would break ber neck. About a
week before the sbootlnc witness saw Mrs.
xans who a pisioL it was lylne on the win
dow sill in tbe room. She thought Mrs. Dans
said something about it's being rusty. Witness
did not see where the rerolrer was put, and
never saw It afterward.
Mrs. Davis bad been in bed 10 or 15 min
utes on the nicbt of the shooting, before Davis
came borne, when tbe shot that killed Davis
was fired, witness jumped ont of a window
from tbe bedroom into tbe restaurant, and did
not co upstair afterward. Mrs. Daris went
op when the officer came.
When Davis came in he asked, "Meely. are
jou asleep 7" Witness thinks Mrs. Davis was
asleep at that time. Davis sat down and be
pan to read a bo 5k, and witness fell asleep.
She was awakened by bearing a pistol shot,
and sprang up in tbe bed. She heard no
scream and saw no smoke. Neither Mr. nor
Mrs. Davis spoke to her. When witness looked
around, Mrs. Davis was by tbe side of the bed.
tibe picked np the end 01 her nlgbtgown and
ran out of tbe-room. Davis jumped up off tbe
floor and ran to tbe door after her. He could
not spenk, because bis mouth was full of
blood. When ha got to the door he fell down
ttte first flight of steps.
Cable W: Nichols, partner of the deceased.
teW about baring warned the woman when be
saw her witn a revolver, shortly before the
Homicide, that "It was nothing to fool with '
and Reuben Austin, an employe of the restau-
, HsBt, also described what sounds they had
FIXED FOE TO-MORROW.
Certain IJeense Rehearing Already Or
deredOthers Set Down for Friday
Tbe Court's Decree.
Clerk of Courts McGnnnegle yesterday re
ceived from the Protbonotary of the Bupreme
Court the record in the case of tbe wholesale
dealers' appeal, and the opinion of tbe Supreme
Court reversing Judge White, Upon tbe open
ing.ot court In the morning a number of attor
neys applied to Judge Stowe to grant rebear
lngs in all cases wbero license bad been refused
to wholesale dealers and bottlers. Reference
was made to the clause in Judge White's opin
ion that the decision in tbe case of T. D. Casey
A Co. would apply to other cases of a similar
character, to save the expense of taking an ap
peal in each case. After bearing the lawyers.
Judge Stowe made the following order:
It appearing from tbe record in tbe matter of
tbe application of T. 1). Casey for wholesale li
cense that tbe Court or Quarter Sessions at March
term. 1889, No. 133, entered an order that if, on
appeal to the Supreme Court to one ease, the
action of this court shall be reversed, the de
cision of the Supreme Court will be applied to all
refused cases of a similar character, this order is
made to save trouble and ex pens of taking an ap
peal In each case; and it now appearing that. In
the case referred to in said order, the Supreme
Court have entered a Judgment of a reversal and
procedendo It is ordered that rehearlngs be
granted in all the cases referred to in said order,
to-wlt: Applications for the sale of liquor by
wholesale, and that the time for the hearing
thereorbeflxedfor 9:30 o'clock on Friday morn
ing. Julys, next: and all cases in which appeals
were taken and reversal had, will be beard at 980
o'clock A. if. or Wednesday next;
BT THE COUBT.
Tbe following are the cases which had been
taken to tbe Supreme Court:
Bottlers -Joseph Einstein & Co., FredHsmpe,
Thomas Murray. Charles Fries, Hugh Mc
Cutcbeon, A. A. Kanafsky, John A. Miller. Isaac
Joseph, U. W. Kraus and Lawrence Barckatr.
Wholesale Dealers -f. D. Casey & Co., L. H.
Harris Drug Company, Joseph Fleming. II. E.
Polland. These are the cases which will be beard
The testimony in the bear trap dam case
before Special Examiner James F. Bark, was
closed yesterday. The last witness was Colonel
S. SI. Wlckersham.
J. Henkt Smith yesterday sued James W.
McGuffey, John H. Galey and E. C. fieardsley
for HOQ.000 damages, for alleged conspiracy to
defraud plaintiff of certain royalties and other
payments on 27 leases of a large oil tract In
Butler county. ,
A license tor tbe marriage of a colored
man to a white woman was issued yesterday.
The prospective groom is Walter M. VVrlgbt, a
musician living at F -112 Crawford street. He
is 21 years of age and very light in color. The
lady is Miss Nettle MllUken, aged -23 years, of
No. 11 Arthur street.
The jury is ont In the case of C. P Jacobs
tried for tbe embexzlement of some goods from
H. Ft Galey, an Inttallment agent. Thomas
Coyle pleaded guilty to larceny, and was
sentenced two years to the penitentiary.
Charles Yuiger is on trial for tbe embezzle
ment of pictures from H. M. Nourse.
Criminal Court Commonwealth ra'B. J,
Mathews, Charles Yuiger, John Young et tl,
Thomas Coyle (2), William Pryle. William
Brooks, William Bailey. Patrick Conway (2),
Regina Trautvetter, Frederics: Move th, Henry
Duthel. Charles Scnrelber, Fred Werron, John
Bain, Maggie McDonald, John Q. Workman,
James L. Orr, W. H. McOlusky, Cornelius
Coleman, William Myers, Goldle Gfuklnsky,
Eveline Hall et al, Jacob Keefer, Margaret
Burk, Patrick Cleary, James Denholm, George
Daub, T. J. McCracken, John Stringer.
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Congressman Sunset Cox, who arrived at
St. Paul Saturday on his way to Huron, flak.,
to deliver a Fourth of July oration, is sick
abed at tbe hotel with a stomach trouble. Mr.
Cox thinks bis illness is not serious, though
he will probably be prevented from going to
The Anchor Line steamer Victoria, Captain
Jamieson, which left New York June 19 for
Aronmouth, passed Brow Head yesterday
morning. Some fears as to tbe safety of tbe
Victoria have bc.n felt, as some bills of lading
belonging t uer were lately found on the Shore
of Nantucket Island .
The Brooklyn police
selves that Patrick Ooonei
have satisfied them.
ick Cooney, tbe Cronin suspect,
Brooklyn. Tber have riven
is mot biding In Brooklyn.
tbe city a pretty thoroucb search, and have
found bis sister. She professes to know noth.
ing of his whereabouts, and says be has not
visited her for some time.
Papers were served yesterday upon Jacob
Bali, Consul General of Guatemala in New
York City, in ah action brought against him
tor alleged libel of J. H. Hollander, tbe editor
and proprietor of tbe Guatemalan Star.
through tbe publication of tbe decree of tbe
Guatemalan Government expelling him from
its territory. Damages are laid at 50,000.
Tony Arkena, together with bis wife and
five children, were poisoned yesterday at Chi
cago by something oaten at their noon meal.
They had for dinner boiled rice, beef, potatoes
and coffee. Soon after eating all were taken vio
lently ill with cramps and furious pains. Two
doctors were called In and antidotes applied.
All are pronounced out of danger except two
of tbe younger children. It is thought tbe
poisoning was from the rice, which was pur
chased from a street peddler.
A large cave near the Hermosa mining
camp, 60 miles from Las Crnces. N. Mex has
reins of almost pure silver. It had for vears
ucmcu uv, 4uu 11a luierior is iineawitn
there was j
.he eves of old orosoeetors. hf.nA
there was nothing about tbe cave to Indicate
mineral. It Is now thought the cave win ex-
ceeu in nenness tne lamous iirldal Chamber
Cave at Snake Valley, N. Mex., from which
over ww,uw in suverwas laxen.
Captain Arthur McArthur. Jr.. of the
Thirteenth Infantry, has been appointed As
sistant Adjutant General, with the rank of
Major, to succeed to tbe vacancy caused by the
appointment of General Kelton to be Adjutant
General. Tbe new Major is a son of 'Judge
McArthur, of Washington, and was born in
Massachusetts, June 2, 1845i He entered the
volunteer service as First Lieutenant Twenty
fourth Wisconsin Infantry in 1862, was rapid-
.j U4W1UUWU, iiuwiuw,u out a -lieutenant
Colonel in 1805. He was breveted several
times for gallant and meritorious services, and
entered the regular army as a Lieutenant
The steamer Rio do Janeiro has arrived
from Hong Kong and Yokoboma. One of the
most destrnetlve rain storms in the hlstoty of
Hong Kong occurred May 3 and 80. Tbe total
rainfall for 33 bours was 2J Inches, at one
time tbe fall measuring nearly three Inches per
hour. Scarcely a bouse within an area of 83
square miles but what suffered. Almost every
imnuto during tbe storm the vivid flashes of
lightning lit up.streets, which were seen more
to resemble the bed of a river than the roads
is tbe center of tbe town. The water pipes
.burst at every corner. Eight men were killed
by thy lightning in a mat shed. One Chinaman
was killed by the falling In of a mat shed.
Fifteen lives in all were lost.
THE POTTERS' TKDST.
A Meetlna to be .field nt Creeson to Com
plete tbe Arransemrnta. ,
ISrXCiat, TXXXGBAM TO THI DISFATCB.I
Chesson, July J. A meeting of pottery
manufacturers will be held here to-morrow
evening to form a trust A number of
manufacturers from different! parts of the
country are already here and others are ar
riving on every train. In speaking of the
proposed combination, a prominent manu
facturer said to-day that a large majority of
the potters hare already signified their In
tention of joining the trust.
"It is the intention," said e, "to pool
onr issnes with a view of equalizing prices
prevent ruinous cutting and maintain
prices at a living rate."
0QS ?-? &f72g
Take out Policy la
And Laugh at Travelers' Ilia,
heard on tbe night of the homicide,
continues this morning.
Imported Sherry. . ''
1828, Imperial Amontillado Sherry,
full quarts . (3 00
1828, Imported Brown Sherry, full ,
quarts .' t... 3 00
Femartin Sherry, fnll quarts. 2 00
Choice Old Brown Sherry, fall quarts. 2 00
Harmony Sherry, full quarts 1 CO
Fine Old Topaz Sherry, inlLqnarts. ... 1 00
For sale by G. VT, Schmidt, 95 and 97
What a Comfort
To feel yon have got Ihe worth of your
money, even in tbe smallest purchase. If
you're going to buy the boys some fireworks
for the Fourth why not go where -you will
get the best goods for tbe least money? Our
all-colored fireworks are never excelled
and seldom equaled; besides, tbe prices are
no higher than the common goods are usu
ally sold for. Lock the stock oyer at James
W". Grove's, before purchasing. TWia
A million catalogues of guns and revol
yers, handsomely illustrated with price list,
all lor free distribution. Yon can get one
free by calling or writing a postal card.
Gnns and revolvers stnt C O, d. J. H,
Johnston, 70S Smithfield st XTS
Son's Bay Firework
Until yon have examined the stock we ex
hibit. It is the largest in the city, compris
ing all tbe novelties in the line. The goods
are from the best fireworks manufacturers
in the country. See them at James W,
Groye's, Filth avenue. twts
Fireworks for the Foorta.
Largest assortment in the city; finest dis
play of pieces; prices lower than the lowest;
everything warranted first quality, whole
sale and retail, at J. H. Johnston's, 706
If yon have not smoked the La Ferla del
Fumar Key "West Cigar you have lost a
treat. Sold 3 for 25c G. W. Schmidt,
Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth aye.
$1 Until September 181.
Cabinets, SI per dozen of children, at
Aufreoht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market street,
Pittsburg. Elevator. Come early, rain or
Fine cabinet photographs, only f 1 a dozen,
at Hendricks & Co.'s, 68 Federal St., Alle
gheny. rool shown.
Its superior excellence proven In millions of
homes for more than a quarter of a century.
It is used by tho United States Government.
Indorsed by the heads of tbe great universities
as tbe Strongest, Purest and most Healthful.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder oes not
contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold only
in cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
HIW YOKE. CHICAGO. BT. J.0UI3.
MISS S. LINDENFELSER,
Residing at 3440 Penn avenue, has also been a
great sufferer from catarrh. Tbe tenacious
secretion that formed in ber nose, and which
sbe was unable to discbarge, ulcerated into tbe
bones until tbe walls of ber nose fell In, giving
it a flatten ed appearance. In rain she tried to
find some doctor that could enre her of catarrh
before this ulceration took place, and thus save
her from tbe disfigurement of ber pose that
sbe will now bare to carry as long as she lives.
Her sense of smell also became entirely de
stroyed. She bad much headache, ringing
sounds In her ears and dizziness. As some of
tbe mucus that dropped down from her head
lodged in the bronchial tubes of her lungs her
breath became very abort. After becoming
cured o tbe Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute,
at 323 Penn avenue, sbe says:
"I wish to tell tbe people that although I
have treated with several physicians for
catarrh I never found any relief until I com
menced treatment with tbe physicians of the
Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute, and now I am
happy to state that after using their treatment
I am entirely cured.
Mrs. Dr. Croaslry, onr of tbe Consulting
Physicians at the Catarrh and .Dyspepsia
Institute, No. 822 Penn avenue, will
advise with any ladles sufferinc with diseases
peculiar to tbelr sex. Remember, consultation
and advice are free to all.
Patients applying at tbe Institute for treat
ment or consultation, will please call when con
venient In the forenoon, and thus avoid the
Office hours, 10 A. K., to 4 r. ML, and 6 to 8 T,
M. Sundays 12 to 4 r. m, je28-B
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1889,
Underwear and Hosiery.
Our own special hand loom made Silk, Lambs'
Wool, Alerino, Balbrlecan, Lille Thread, etc,
rti nvFc FOB spring
VUUVCd AND BUMMER.
Dress, Promenade, Driving, etc Best
makers. First-class only.
King Edward SL. I
London. E- C. I
No. i Rue D'Uics, Paris offlee.
Algeria and Malaga Grapes,
Bananas, Florida Oranges and all kinds of
Foreign and .Domettip Fruiti,
JOHN JE J3B fc CO.,
- 60? UBEBTT STREET, noS-trs
FOR THE TRAVELLER
I Bangers of rail and Ban do not equal those
I presented by impure water, unwholesome food.
aid unhealthy climate, which besjt tho tray.
eler at Try turn. Sasfobd's G,nqek is
tbe quintessence of all that la MfrMhlnn- .
renUvcand curative In medicine and condt.
menta, ana tne most reliable safeguard against
dangers which live tn air. water, food and n.
mate. It instantly relieves cranapsand pates,.
wctuuj sucuaa au lorms oi, aumraer ills, pre
rents indigestion, destroys disease genus In.
water drtmk, breaks up colds and fevers, and
warns off malarial, contagions and epideaio
Composed of Imported ginger, choice arc
xaatics ard the best ot medicinal Fresch
brandy. It Is vastly superior to all other gingers
which are urged npon would-be purchasers of
SAwroBjo'sDy mercenary dealers. Avoid all
substitutes. Ask for ,
With Owl Trade Mark M ttiWrs'sWr.:
i -rt "
Ak Remarkable Exjwrituct,
MR. H. ROBERTSON
FROM AN UNTIMELY DEATH.j
Mr. H. Robertson, a native of Scotland, bat
who has been a resident of this country for sev
eral years, bas been a victim of kidney disease
with the following smnptoms: He bad a heavy
dragging pain across the small of his back, ex
tending from one side to tbe other, and a bloat
ed, dropsical condition of tbe bowels, high ool
ored urine, and he noticed that sometimes it
contained a reddish, brick-colored sediment;
and at other times the sediment was of a light
ish color. He noticed that he felt very tired In
tbe morning, and as he gradually grew weaker,
bis stomach became affected. Hi appetite
became poor, and he was constantly annoyed
with sour eructations of gas from his stomach
after eating, and on account of tbe kidneys not
performing tbelr function properly, his blood
became charged with rheumatic poison, so that
n naa mucn pain atxmt cis snouiaers ana dif
ferent parts of bis body. As be became more
emaciated be began to cough, and he felt much
tightness and weight across his Incgs. In
speaking of tbe matter one day. be said;
"I doctored with the best doctors I could hear
of, but was fast getting worse. I became mel
ancholy and tnougbtl could not live. Finally
I began treatment with tbe physicians of tbe
Polypathlc Medical Institute, who are special
ists for cbronic diseases, and although confined
to tbe bed when I commenced their treatment,
my improvement was very rapid, and I have
been entirely oared by these physicians, and I
gladly sign my name. H. Bobebtsox"
Anyone wishing to call upon Mr. Robertson,
or write blm with reference to bis case, can
have his full addresi by calling at THE POLY
PATHIC INSTITUTE, 420 Penn ave. Offlee
hours, 10 to 11:30 a. M.,1 to 4 and 8 to 8 p. x.
Sundays, 1 to 4 p. u. Consultation free. je24-D
We have secured control of the Hygeia
Springs, located at Waukesha, Wiscon
sin, and are prepared to furnish, the
Hygeia Water daily to consumers by the
month at 15c per gallon, pure and spark
ling. This water has cured many of
Pittsburg's citizens of Diabetes and Kid
Bewrare of city water, boiling and filter
ing only destroys germ life,
Druggists and Grocers keep bottled
goods, 35c per bottle, Genuine contains
our signature on top of cork.
H. M. BLACK & CO.
821 PENN AVENUE,
(Scented and Unsoented)
OF ALL VIlUQaiSTS.
STEAMERS AND EXCURSIONS,
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and I
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, 8we- I
dan TllH.mA9lr msVjb I
uwis atuuiaia, g
PETER WRIGHT & SONS,
General agents, 307 Walnut st, Philadelphia.
Full Information can he had of J. J. MoCOR.
MICK, Fourth avenue and Smithfield street
LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smithfield street.
NIWTOBK tTO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENS
TOWN, VBOM PIEK NORTH BIVEB.
PAST ZXPBEB3MA.IL BEKVICE.
Auranla, JunerCs, SAM iKtrcrla. JulySO. noon.
Gallia. Julys. 6:30 AM Annuls. July 27, 5i.lt
lUmbrla. July 1, 11 ! AM Gallia. July , 7 AM
6rvla, July U, 8:30 AM I
Will not carry steerare passengers.
Cabrn passage. 6a, o and tioo: intermediate.
fSS. steerage tlektts'to and from all parts of
Knrope at very loir ratas.
VEiLNON H. BKOWN A CO., Qsneral Agents,
- . .. 4 Bowling Green, flew York.
J. J. MCCOKUIUK. Agent.
JTourth ave. and Bmltbfleld st., Pitt
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage 35 to foO. aocordlng to location
of stateroom. Excurs ion SM to S30.
bteeraee to and from .Europe at Lowest Bates.
AUSTIN BALDWIM 4 CO.. General Agents,
53 Broadway, Uew Yor.
J. J. McCORMICK, ADsnt, Pittsburg. Ps.
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1 lot 21-inch Twilled Silk San Umbrellas, fancy bone and celluloid handles, $1 60:
24-inch Gloria, La Tosca handles, ft 25; reduced from (1 75.
Ohildrenla Parasols, 2(V cents toll 25. All greatly reduced.
Satin, Feather-tipped Fanj, 25c; would be cheap at 60c.
150 Satin Feather Fans, ivory sticks, 60c; reduced from f 1.
Beautiful Pocket Fans, 10c to 25c; worth double.
APKONS Onr Leader. 60 dozens nice Lawn Aprons, incked, 13)c each. A finer
quality, large size Lawn Apron, 15c; worth 25c Lawn Aprons, lace-trimmed, our price,
18c Nursing Aprons, 25c, 35s, 50c. Unapproachable values. Fine Embroidered Aprons
and Mioses' and Children's Aprons, an immense choice, lower than anywhere else.
SUMMER NECKWEAB New Directolra' PleatingOSe a Trd. Silk, Mull and
Crepe Xiisse Knmlngs, 26c and np. Satin and
xauuusroy voiiara anu vuus, wiu ruuies, ooc a sew- jjorame ana iuarie smart Chemi
settes, in Linen and Linen Embroidered, from 25a up. Guipure and Oriental Lace Col
lars for children.
PILLOW SHAMS Braided, white and red, 76c Fine Cambric ditto1, -with Enffles,
H. Embroidered Cambric Shams, new patterns, fl 60 np to 10 a pair. r
UNDER WEAK 310 dozens ladies' fashioned fine ribbed Vects.ecru. pink or bine, 18c
SASH RIBBON 180 pieces satinstriped. 6-inch, 22c: worth 45c Block Plaid pore
silk Sash Ribbons. 35c, worth 60c
Club and Gladstone Bags, also Chatelaine Bags, fl, $1 50, $2, worth double.
ALL OUR LACE IIATS FLQTOS, RIBBONS, ETC.
""at gbeatlx beduobd PRICKS,
5I0,:5I2, 514 MBKETiSJ.
.y. -T,i,v-. JJ ' -V"--i -'"'.'?'".''
WITH THEIR HUSBANDS
that now it the time for a bargain. The
greatest inducements to all wanting
homes for permanency or speculation yet
Because the PATTERSON PLAN of
Lots, at COCHRAN STATION, on the
Monongahcla Division, Pennsylvania
Railroad, is so situated as to be easy of
access (every hour in the day) to three
or four of the largest manufacturing
works in Allegheny county; and they
can be bought on
monthly or yearly payments. A good
chance- for steady employment at the
Howard Plate Glass Works, Allegheny
Bessemer Steel Works and Duquesne
J. R. WYLIE, AGENT,
Or, No. 8 Wood st, Room 5,
JAS. MNEIL & BEO
BOILERS, PLATE AND SHEET-IRON
PATENT SHEIiT IRON ANNEALING
With an Increased capacity and bydraulle
machinery we are prepared to furnish all work
In our line cheaper and better than by the old
methods. Repairing and general machine
work. Twenty-ninth, street and Allegheny Val
OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS,
bpecialty Correct fitting of lenses and
frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eye
Glasses. Experienced Opticians and our own
factory and workmen are our inducements,
WH, E. STJEREN, Optician,
BMSMITEFIELD ST-.PITTaBTJRG, PA.
DOES THE LAW- PROTECT?
A number of- our patients who hare been
swindled by traveling doctors, ask whr don't
the law proteot us 7 We answer: Every doctor
will cheerf nil v show von a recelct riven b ths
'Protbonotary bearing tbe seal of the Court and
the date he registered his diploma. Self-called
doctors cannot show such a reoelut, and travel
ing doctors may bare one of late date. You
can also examine Physicians' Register in Pro
thonotary's office. Ladles don't employ a
Mrs. doctor who is not registered If you value
We are encouraged by so many of our new
patients manifesting their appreciation of our
honest effort to protect those who are being mis
ledbyadlsplayoffalsecolors. We are an asso
ciation of regular registered resident physicians
of long experience and thorough education, and
by combining our skill we offer tbe sick and the
deformed an amount of talent worthy of their
patronage. Onr specialty, catarrh, dyspepsia,
diseases of women, tumors, deformities and
other' chronic diseases, medical or surgical.
Consultations free; physical examinations Jl to
13. Correspondents inclose two stamps. Office
hours 10 to 1130 A. v.., 2 to Sand 7 to 8 p. M.
Dr. ORR, 720 Penn aTe., Pittsburg, Pa.
SOMETHING NEW FOR FENCES.
MADE FROM STEEL PLATES FOR
LAWN OR FARM FENCES,
WINDOW GUARDS, TRELLISES,
LATHING FOR BUILDINGS, Etc,
It can be made a substitute for nearly
every purpose for -which wire Is used,
and Is far more durable and cheaper.
It Is much superior to wire work In
everyway. It Is solid at all points of
Bend for Illustrated Circulars and
Central Expanded Metal Co.,
(CHESS, COOK & CO.)
lie Water street, Pittsburg, Pa.
ATI JST T'S ,
O. D. LEVTB. Boji,.!,-. p-,.,
131 Fifth avenue, above Smithfield, next Leader
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
With the comlnjf of hot weather competi
tion gets fiercer. Everyone wants to dispose
of SUMMER GOODS. Wo have entirely"
too many, and intend to sell them quickly if
Startlingly Low Prices
Will do it Bead the following ana draw
your own eonclnsions:
150 20-inch SATIN PABASOLS, Plain,
Stripes and Checks, formerlv $3 now $1.
76 22-inch Striped and Plaid Parasols,
fl 25 j formerly 82 60.
112 22-inch Satin Check, Plaid and
Striped Parasols, 2, were $3 60.
1 iot Satin, fine lace-trimmed Black Para
sols, 2; reduced from M.
Tinsel-trimmed RnfiUogs, 10c a yard..
MD FIFm AVEMUE.
v "gjr S aMa? -j5r
2PHSr ;3lHxr 3
NK W ABTHH18BIENTS.
A July -7
We'll gfve you a new attrac
tion to Wanamaker's,
We haven't place in our
store, and will not, for any
clothing that isn't reliable.
Crab-apples can't be made
anything but crab-apples; nor
interior goods "wortn wearing.
But we adopt a plan that
w;ll make our reliable make
take the lead, as it ought.
Low prices 1 low prices !
We'll not carry any of these
goods made for this season
till next, if low prices will sell
We're sure they will. You'll
have a better appetite than
ever for our reliable goods at
the low prices.
Several lots Thin Coats and
Vests at much lower prices.
1,000 styles of goods to
make to measure.
Sixth street and Penn avenue.
-m -TTi"-V SCIENTIFIC
-CI. C V-sAt-, OPTICIAN,
Patentee and sola manufacturer of tbe Eureka
Eye Glass. No chain required. Eureka note
blades fitted to other eye glasses.
Oculist's prescriptions a specialty, All kind
of lenses ground and spectacles made on tbe
premises. KB PENN AVENUE, PITTS.
Seventeenth and Chestnut, Philadelphia.
J. JDJAMO XT), Optician, '
OS Sixth Street, Plttstmrjj.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjnsted
to every defect of sight. Field and Opera
"lasses. Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order
'and VArvnfA1 Alwv mi foanil tL
large and complete stock. ja6-TTB.su
A N ORDINANCE-.
rer to close nn cer
J. Controller and Treasurer to close up cer-
tain accounts of delinquent tax collectors and
nereis. The fiscal ofllcers of the city are
carrying noon their books as assets of the citv
sundry accounts against defaulted tax collect
ors and suspended depositories, and, whereas,
aU efforts to collect these accounts have failed,
Section 1 Be It ordained and enacted by tha
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Conn
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That the
City Controller and the City Treasurer are
hereby authorised and dlrectsd to make a total
abatement of the balance 10 carried as in sus
pended depositories, as follows, to-wlt:
Pittsburg Savings Bank general fund .$23,530 18
United States Savings Bank general
fund,,..,,., , 3,0)5 85
. C8.576 01
from the amount charged against the Treasurer
and tbe Controller is hereby directed to allow
a deduction of said amounts from the debit of
the amount ot tbe Treasurer's account current,
and to strike off '.aid balance from bis own
Seotioni-That the Controller is hereby di
rected to close the accounts of tho said sus
pended depositories or either of them standing
in the name of ths following commission for
tbe improvement of streets under the Penn
avenue act to wit: Wylle avenne commission,
52.950 50: Collins avenue commission, $779 71;
Thirty-third street cominlssion, $43 S3; Lincoln
avenue commission, 1407 S9i Forbes street com
mission. 1336.26: Hiland avenne commission-
1982 83, as tn like manner as provided in section
X of this ordinance
Section 8 That the Treasurer is hereby au
thorlzed to release from tbe accounts defaulted
tax collectors tbe amount in default pertaining
to taxes prior to the year 1877, and to accept
and mark the same discharged by tbe author
ity of this ordinance.
Section 4 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provisions ot this
ordinance be and the same is hereby repealed
so far as tbe same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 0tb day of June, A. D. 188S.
H. K FORD. President of Belect Council
Attest:, GEO. 8HEPP ARD. Clerk of Select
Council, GKO.L. HOLL1DAY, President ot
Common Council. Attest: GEO. BOOTH,
Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office, Jnne 13, 1888. Approved
WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: ROBT.
OSTERMAIER, Assistant Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, paee 78.
20th day of Jnne. A. D. IS89. feffl-)
ITTSBURO AHD LAKE ElUl! RA1LKOA.U
COfllPANX-SchediUe tn eSect Jan 3. im,
P. &L. E. R. R. UxPAstT Ta-riATelftn s.m
SrtO a. k., lijg, :ia :jo r. X. For Cincinnati,
uaicairona hi, Liania. aim . f "ii.i& g.mv
For Buffalo, ft a. X.. 4:10, 9;3i r. X. JTo- Sals
wftuuH awg . j, -s; r. jt. j or Dearer fails.
Srtu, IM, S-.30, 1011S A. X.. las. J.30. 4:10, :!?
, oma o.u, ivjua a. su. Tiua, a., :iu, sua,
o r. it. j-or Chanters, Sioo, 1. ssM. 6jl
S, 7:13, 8a, tin, saviOrlS a. M., 1?, U:2
":30. 14:3a;Y5a7-S:0!ik 8:15, S.-0 noisor. u.
AsmrE-from Clereimna. 10 . . u m
tOi. "7i 8:40 r. x. From Cincinnati, Chlcasro
and Bt. Lonls. 11:30. 7: T, X. From Unffalo;
!?'. X... .12:30, : r. X. From BalamancJ
ll:Sa 7:SSr. x. From Tonngstown, S:ao, 90 X.
x.. 'Kiaa s-.is, ss, i40 r. x. From Beaver
Falls, 5-3, fcae, 7:ffl? 9:20 A. X.. :30, 1i1o7.-sjT
7:93, 8:40 r. x. From Chartlers, tiS I:2o,giao
6:s. 7rta.7:47, JpO. :S7. ll:S9 t.7 ItlasO'UjS
11, 40, 4:40, ixi, :M, v:13, 1:40, U:& vs!m
A.X., 15iUr. x. - iw
P.. C. A i". trains for Mansfield. S1.tos.1r i
4:M f. x. ?or Essen and tteeebmont, 1:30, a. xT,
. P., O. A T. trains from Mansfield, Essen and
Beacnmont, 7:08 11:39 a. x. , ""
P., McK. yjK. B.-DpAnT-ForNevHaven.
!?.A-JI-.ai,0?',,iKi '"West Neiyion. I'Siab
10:05 A, X., 1:30. S:ll r. x
ARwyi-VromNewHsren, t:S0A.x., S:0Or.
X. from West Nrw ton. SiU. Tt7rt0A, X..11M,
For3IeKeesportnd,EUsabetli, 3:30,10:08a. m.,
From ElUabeth and McKeesport, 70 A. x
1:21 '3:09 r. x.
'lJailyv ISnndayi 1 only. JW1U ran one hour
late on Sunday. W1U run two honrs late on
City ties tt once. 4618mltheld street.
A LLEBHENrVALLEr RAILKOAD-
X.Trains leave union Station (Eastern Standard
lime): Klttannlng Ac. (:ts a. m.i Niagara Ex..
daUy. S. a. m.,Uulton Ae., 10:1 .m.i Vallsy
Camp Ac, :2KJ. m.t OU City and, DuBols Ex'
Sreis,!:00 p.m. ; HnlMn Ae 3,-eop.m. 1 Klttannlng
0., 40p.m.) Braebora ExLs40p.m.i Kliunn
lng Ae-.s.aop.m.; Brsabnrn AeSdOp.n1.1KuU
ton Ac., TsM p. m,i Buffalo1 e, daUy,
liSOp. so.1 Holtoa Ac. 8:44 p. m. 1 Brsebnrn Ac,
aaf p. m. Church tralas Kneburn, W:40p. m.
and 9:98 p. m, Pullman Weeping Cars between
Pittsburg and But&uo. JAH. P. ANUKBON,
U.T. Agt.: UAVU MOCABea Geo. BupU
TDITTSBUrt AND -WESTERN BAlLWAsT
jl. iiuui ith'i oun'SHmeji
VEX. Ak'n.ToL Cl'n. Kane
Chicago Express (dally)......
New Castle and Greenville Ex
Sellenople and Fozbtwt; Ae.
iririVfUn rare, to
9 39. Througa
00. XBTOUSTB CC
ng ear tu cueoco
itoOUsero, S10 30. Keeewd eiast,
eoaot ask Pullman Bn At s7eei.
V "-, s
Have made'a most appropriate
large corner window. A magnificent imitation in immortelle3
of the historical independence bell is suspended from a .
dome of red, white and blue bunting, and overhangs a lifej
sizefigure of General Washington, while a number of boys ".
(wax figures), each one holding aloft the national colors, -wend
their way around the central tableau. A most artistic
and striking effect is thus brought out. Let everybody, who
enjoys a beautiful sight, take a look in Kaufmanns' corner
window this week. . - , ,
After all, however, the window is but an indication of the interest- "j
ing sight that awaits bargain seekers on entering, the store. If you are sj
INTERESTED IN SUMMER COATS AND VESTS J
Take the elevator for our Hot Weather Clothing Department, where you A'
will see scores of counters weighed down with all kinds and grades of ,
thin garments. Alpacas, Mohairs, Lusters, Seersuckers, Pongees, Linens, v3j
Sicilians, Flannels, Serges, Cashmeres, Drap d'Etes, Brilliantines, Silks,
etc. Every cent invested in these coats brings a dollar's worth of com
fort in return. Don't delay, if you want to purchase a thin Coat or Vest
for the Fourth.
OUR MEN'S FINE SUIT SALE
SEAT $15 AND $18
Holds the boards till July 4, and what a golden
opportunity it presents to the man who -wants a
fine Dress Suit. Come ! See I Be Convinced I
To-Day, To-Morrow and Wednesday and Until"
Noon on Thursday We Will Continue Our
Special Fourth of July Straw Hat Sale!
Special Fourth of July Light Derby Sale !
Special Fourth of July Low Cut Shoe Sale!
Special Fourth of July Flannel Shirt Sale I ' ,;
Special Fourth of July Summer Neckwear Sale I
Special Fourth of July Thin Underwear Sale!
- ' ., Special Fourth of July Boys' Clothing- Sale I ;'
Special Fourth of July Boys' Shirt Waist Sale !
Every man who'll take advantage of
bargains be ever ran across in bis life.
The Thunderer isMhe name of the paper cap pistol we give,
together with 600 cap shots, gratis, with every Boy's or
Child's Suit, no matter how low its price may be.
V VHvvTvWvTVVVvHWvVVVVVVvmv J
Fifth Avenue and
S"pOial IN0"fcice Our store-will be open next"
Wednesday night till 9 o'clock, and "Will close Thursday (July 4) at noon. t
OENMSYI.VANIA KAILICOAO OK AND
X after Jlay U, MSB. trains leave Union
btajlon, yittsonrsv as follows, Eastern gtacdard
MAIN LINE EASTWAKD.
New York and Chicago Limited or Pullman Ves
tibule dally at 7:U a. m.
Atlantic Express dslly for the East, 1.20a.m.
Man train, daUy.rxeeptiinnday, S:3ua. m. Son-
oay, mail, s:wa. ra.
Dar eznress dall v i
lay express dally st S0 a. m.
jiiau express aally at i.iw p. n
Philadelphia express dally at
at 1:00 n. in.
Eastern express daily at 7:IS p.
Fast Line dally at 8:10 p. m.
Uretnsbnnc express s:io p. m. week days.
JJerrv express 11 rf a. m weekdays,
Allthronrh trmlns connect at Jerser Cltv
ronrh trains connect at Jersey Cltrwluj
boats of "Brooklyn Annex' for Brooklyn. N. Y.
'fralns arrive at Union Station as follows:
Mail Train. daUy 8:10 p. m.
Western Exnresa dallv 7:43a. m.
jracuo express, a:
... 12:45 p.m.
Chlesro Limited Kxnrcss. dallv 8.30 D. m.
Fast Line, dally UJp.m.
BUUTMYESr PENX KAILWA1.
For Unlontown, 6:30 ana 8:3)a. m. ana4:3n.
m without change of cars' J2.&0 p. m connect
ing at Oreensbnrg. ' Trains arrive from Union
town at 9:43 a. m.. 12.20. 3andS:17p.m.
WEST PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
From FEDEUAL ST. STATION. Allegheny City.
Mall train, connecting-for Blalrsvllle... t.tia, m.
Express, for BialrsvlUe, connecting for
t:U n. m.
2s and S:43p.m.
Bnrlngdale Accom9:0b.Ud0a.m.3and 8:3) p.m.
Vrecport Aecom 4:13, 8:30 sad ll-.op. m.
On Sunday 12:50 and 8:30 p. m.
xona ApouoAecou.....iia.m. ana snwp. m.
Allegheny Junction Accommodation
connecting for Butler 8:20 a. m.
Blalrsvllle Accommodation 10:40 p. m.
Trains arrive at FEDEKAL STBEET STATION:
Express, connecting from Butler,..., ...10.S5 a. m.
Mall Train. 1:43 p. m.
Butler Accom :l0a. m., 4:40and70p. m.
Blalrsvllle Accommodation ..9:52 p. m.
Freenort Aecom.7i40a.rn.. 1:25, 7:3)ndll:10p. m.
On Sunday 10:10 a. m, snrt7rtp. m.
Bprlngdale Aecom....SJ7,ll:43a.m., 3:25,8:30 p. ra.
North Apollo Aecom 8:40 a. m. and 3:40 p. m.
Trains leave Union station, Plttsourg. as rotlows:
For Moaoagahela dty. West Brownsville and
Unlontown. 11 a. m. For Monongahcla City and
West brownsvUK 7t05 and 11 a. m. and 4:40 p. ra.
on Sunday, 1KU p. m. Ear Mouongshela dry, 3:49
p. ra., week davs.
Dravosburg Ac. week days, 330 p. m.
West Elizabeth Accommodation. 8:20a. m.. 2:00,
Sdoandllftp, a. Snndty. 9:40p. m.
ricSet omees Corner Fourth avenue and Try
street and Union station.
C11A8. X. PUUH, J. K. WOOD.
General Manages. Gen't l'ass'r Agent,
TANHANDLE KUDTE-MAY. 12, WW. UNIOX
JL station. Central Standard Tin's. Leave for
ClnclnnUl and Bt. Louis, d 70 cm., d 8:00 and
d 11:13 P. m. Dennliou, 2:43 p. m. Chicago.
12.-08, dlitM p.m. Wbeellir, f:30 a. m 12do,
8:10p.m. Btcnbenviue 8:35a. in. Washington.1 I
8:35, 8:38 a. m., lilt, 3:30. 4d8 p. m. Bulger, 10:3
a. nu. linrgettstown, Bll:soa.in .-3lp. m. Alan.
nela, 7:11. llaua. m ttsa. d-J6;105, p. to. Mc
Donalds, d 4:13, d 10:i5p. m. .
l'rom tbe West, 1 2:10, d 60, a. m ZM, d 5:38
p.m. DeaiKsoL, 9.30cm. Btenbenvllle, 8:06 pi m.
Wheeling. 2:M, 8:48 cm.. Kie. 8186 p.m. Burge4ts
town. 7:c n,,H9a.m,Wa9hlngtsn tM, 7M.
IAS, n. j,J0p. ai. Mansneld. d 8:38, jil
cm.KHSdSnoandiSOp. m. B'llger, H40p.ra.
I McDonalds, d
1 0 .l-iHyi a Ban
Banday osUyt otter trains, except
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH'.
BANG! BANG! BANG!'
The fire cracker now holds
preme sway and to say that YoungS-
America is having lots of fun would fts
lie drawing it mildly. Good-natured ? &
Uncle Sam, though his coat tailsHf
may sometimes come in rather un- u
desirable proximity with the festive 7&
fire cracker, looks on and enjoys jg
the scene that, shorn of its trans-,.
itory surface, after all tends to
serve a worthy purpose the instill- fe"
ment or patriotism into the young
hearts and reverence for the heroes
of the revolution. In honor of the
and beautiful display in their
these sales will get the best
Smithfield Street i
DENNSVLVANIA COMPANY'S LINE-
X. Alay IX lssai central sunaara xune.
As follows from Union Station: For Chicago, d 1m
a. m d 120, dl:0a, d 7:45, except Saturday. 11 iM
p. m.: Toledo. 7:25 a. m.dll.-Ca dl0 and except
Saturday. 11-33 p. m.i Crestline (:4 a. m.: Cleve
land, 8:10 a. m 12:43 and d UiOt p. m. and 7di
a. m., via P.. F. W. A a By.: New Castle
and Youngstown. 7iOS a. m. 1230, li4H p. m.s
YoungstownandNlles, dl2t3)p. m.s Meadvlllc
Erie and Asbubuls. 7c08a. m., 12:pp p. m.; Nlles
and Jamestown, :tJ p. m.; Masslilon. 4:10 p.m.:
Wheeling and Bellalrc 8:10a. m 12:44, 1 JOp. m.:
Beaver Falls. 4-CO. s-OS p. m Bock Point. S 8-38
a. so.: Leetsdalc 8.30 a. m.
ALLEOUENY Bochester. I JO a. m. Beavet
Falls, 3:1. 11 KO a. m.t Enon, J:CO p. m.t Leets.
dale, lOrOO. 11:43 a. m.. 2X0, 4 4 1 45. 1:30. 7.-09. 1
p. m.; Conway. 10:30 p. m.: Fair Oaks, B 11149 a,
D. : Leetsdale, S8:30p, m.
TRAINS ABK1VE Union station from Chicago,
except Monday 1:30, d 8:00. d J5 a. m., d t-M p.
m.; Toledo, excent Monday liSO, AttH a. mn -H
p. m., Crestline, 2:10 p. m.: Youngstown and
Newcastle 9:10a.m., 1:26, 8:3a 10:13 p. m.;N lies
and Youngstown. d 6.50 p. m.:Clereland, dStSOa.
rn 2:23, 7t!0 p. m.t Wheeling and Bellalre, 8M30
a. m 2:25, 7 KM p. m.s Erie and Ashtabula, Ira,
10:13 p. m.s Masslilon. 100 a. m.t Nlles and
Jamestown. 9:10 a. m.s Beaver Falls, 7 JO a, no., .
1:10p.m.. Bock Point, a 8dS p. m.s Leetsdale,
10:op. m. '
AltlUVE ALT-EGHEXT-From Enon, 8n a.
m.: Conway, S:H): Bocbester; 9:49 a. m.t Beaver
Fills, 7:10 a. tn, tM p. m.t Leetsdale, 8:39, SriS.
7:4S a. m UiOO, 1:43, 4HX tJO, 9:00 p. m.;-ral
Oaks, 88:58 a. m.t Leetsdale, B 8:06 p. m.t Jteek
Point. Sf :13 p.m.
S. Bunday onlys d, daUys other trains, xestM
TJITTSBimo AND CASTLE SHANNONS.!-.
jl snmmer sime taoie. un ana alter jmit 1,
1989, unui further notice trains win runaareHows
on every day, except Bunday. Eastern standard
time: Leaving Pittsburg 8-3) a. m., 7:10 a, ra-.
tM) a.m.. 9:3b a. m., HJUa. m.. 1:40 p. m , Itsttp.
m., 3:10 p. m.. 8.50 p.m., 8:39p.m., I:lep.m.,
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