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10XI0US SALT FUMES.
The Pennsylvania Works Show That
They Help the Crops to Grow.
AGAINST WIDENING DIAMOND ST.
Plaintiffs Claim That tie Act of 1SS9 is
P. T. BAESDM EUEDPOK 5,000 DAMAGES
Ottersoa's Partner Files a Bill for the Dissolution tl
Before MaSer "Williams yesterday the
Pennsylvania Salt Works tried to show that
the fumes from the plant did not poison the
atmosphere of Katrona. The plaintiffs in
the Diamond alley case will claim that the
act under which the city wants to widen the
street is unconstitutional.
2T. S. Williams, Esq., yesterday renewed
the hearing in the. equity suit of "William
Metcalf and the Arnold Coal Company vs.
the Pennsylvania Salt "Works, which
plaintiffs allege are poisoning the atmos
phere in the vicinity of Hatrona to such an
extent that all organic life is in danger of
extermination. The defendant's side of the
suit is being heard, and from some of the
testimony taken yesterday, it would seem
just possible that the fumes so bitterly com
plained or are just what is seeded to make
agriculture in that section, and that plants
thrive on them. Messrs. J. S. Ferguson and J.
E. McKelvey are conducting the defense, and
Jlr. Woodward the case of the plaintiffs.
G. A. JIcAVilliams, a market gardener and
farmer, whose ground approaches the works
-nithin less than a quarter of a mile, testified
that bis crops were as good as any. If not the
best in the township, and that the fumes from
the reducing works had no deleterious effect on
them whatever. Mr. Mc Williams is said to be
a fanner w ho knows his business thoroughly.
Joseph C. Johnston, another farmer, testified
similarly. K. Drain, stable supenntendtnt of
the Salt Works Company, testified that hay
raised within the limits where it was claimed
the mischiet was done had been fed to stock
under his rare and the stock had not only
thrived on It, hut evidently relished it. He
said the quality of said hav was so good that it
cost sz a ton more tnan orainary nay.
W. S. Reese, manager of the norcs, testified
that he had helped build them and that tbey
were much superior in the respect complained
ol than such works in this country generally
Mr, Woodward objected to the testimony as
unimportant and irrelevant, holding that It
didn't make any difference howthe works were
built so lone as'it was shown that their opera
tion was deleterious, but Mr. Ferguson said that
an allegation in the mil made alleged imperfect
construction a ground of complaint. The master
finally allowed the question, and witness told
how the fumes etc., were conveved in culverts
to a stack 107 feet high. This part of the testi
mony progressed satisfactorily enough until the
witness was asked by Mr. Woodward, on cross
examination, to tell the process of reduction of
ores, and when che reply came that it would
take all night both sides stood aghast, and only
the lady stenographer seemed capable of rising
to the emergency. Ee was then asked to con
dense the explanation, and he did so. but even
the condensation was rather too technical to be
of interest to the general reader.
FRIDAY WILL BE CLACK
Either for the Diamond Street Widening
Objectors or the Other Side.
The hearing on the application for an injunc
tion against the city of Pittsburg .to restrain
the opening and widening of Diamond street
on Friday next will be interesting, as the con
stitutionality of the act of May 16, 18S9, will be
attacked by plaintiffs' counsel, Hampton,
Dalzell, Scott and Gordon. With Major More
land, City Attorney, are associated Messrs.
Carnahan and D.T. Watson, and the Court will
undoubtedly have all the strongest points on
either side presented for consideration.
The plaintiffs contend that the act of As
sembly, under which the city claims the power
to widen the street, is unconstitutional, first,
because, as tbey allege, the title is not in ac
cordance with section 3 of Article 3 of the State
Constitutor, which says that "no bill, except
general appropriation bills, shall be passed con
taining more than one subject, which shall be
clearly expressed in its title," and secondly, be
cause it Is in violation of the first section of the
ninth article of Constitution, v. Inch declares
that "all taxes shall be uniform on the same
class or subjects within the territorial limits of
the authority levying the tax, and shall be
levied and collected under general laws.
Major Moreland has given the matter consid
erable thought, and feels confident that the
nature of the improvement is such that the
constitutional objections urced do not apply.
TOE FARMERS.' BANK WXJCS.
A Check From the Penn Bank for SSS,000
Allowed as an Offset.
The suit of the Penn Bank, for use of Henry
"Warner, assignee, against the Farmers' Deposit
National Bank of Pittsburg was tried yester
day for the second time, before Judge Collier.
The suit was brought to recover a balance of
fJ3,"lS 59 claimed to be due the Pcnu Bank
after the settlement of accounts between the
to banks after the failure of the Penn Bank.
As an offset to the claim the Farmers' De
posit Bank offered an unpaid cashier's check
lor Ss&OOO given by the Penn Bank to the Ger
tnania National Bank and in the possession of
the Farmers' Deposit Bank for collection, the
Penn Bank failing before the check could be
cashed. In the first trial of the case this check
was not allowed as an offset. The case went to
the Supreme Court, and the lower Court was
reversed and a new trial ordered. At the sec
'ond trial yesterday a verdict was renderel in
favor of the defendant, and a balance of $64.
781 41 in favor nf the Farmers' Deposit Na
tional Bank certified to.
THE GRAND JURY'S WORK.
Williams 3Iut Answer to a Coarse of
Larceny From Ibe Person.
,The grand jury yesterday returned a true
"ti Against William Williams for larceny from
& V!I 'i0 J'Villia-a.is. the. patrol wagon
driver of the Southside who was charged with
stealing from prisoners? and who was caught
in a trap laid by Inspector McKelvey. A pre-
tended drunk was arrested and placed in the
& JJSt"? whiIe on ue way to the station'
p house, W alianis. it is charged, took his money
" -Irom him,
The other true bills returned were: Alvis and
Annie Bruno, keeping a disorderly house and
selline liquor without license; Annie West.
i Bellinc: Honor without llron&e- P t -7. ,.,
nian, larceny by bailee; timer Pillow, embez
zlement; Edward Crawford.
The following bills were Ignored: Manraret
Becker. James Giltman. Mary Biggert. A. W.
Holtliouse,A.Holthouse,R. & McDonald, F.
" ,Jlei sclI,"C liquor without license; A
itoltbouse, selling liquor on Sunday.
A Lady Wants $3,000 Dnmatjea for In
P. T. Barnum, the circus proprietor, was snod
yesterday by Miss Jane Clark for $3,000 dim
ages. It is stated that on October 3L 18S7. when
Barn urn's circus was exhibiting In Allegheny,
a. parade of the circus was given. One of the
elephants frightened a horse belonging to Mr
Edward Groetzinger and it dashed upon the
, sidewalk, knocked down Miss Clark and
tramped upon her. She was badly cut and
bruised and permanently Injured, her right leg
being dislocated so as to be of but little use to
The will of the latn MntiMi n,i.
Wilkinsburg; was filed yesterday for probate.
One thousand dollars is given to the trustees of
the Presbyterian Church of Beulah, the inter
est to le used in repairing the graveyard and
helping to pay a pastor. Two thousand dollars
each is civen to tne Boards of Foreien and
Home Missions of the Presbyterian Chnrch;
' the same amount also goes to the Presbyterian
Board of Relief for disabled minsters. In
case of a default in any of the charitable be
quests the sum so defaulted shall go to the
Deny Any Conspiracy.
The answer of the Monongahcla Water Com
pany to the suit of H. Sellers JlcKee and
others, was filed yesterday. The answer is in
substance thesame as those of the individual
rXnembersof the fiomnimr Mirin. .,. .,
tjplracy in the purchase of the Manufacturers'
t Water Company, and b oldinc that the plaintiffs,
f woo are members of the Mononcahela Com-
tfpanj. were parties to the purchase, voting fo.'
lit and receiving and still holding their propor
kUonate shares of the stock of the company dis
l&ibated by X. B. Attcrbury.
AFRAID OF OTTERSON.
Ills Partner Applita to the Court for at
Dlsaolntlon of Ibe Firm.
Harry Swindell, Jr.. yesterday filed a bill in
equity against his partner in business, Gus I.
Otterson. The two composed the firm of Swin
dell t Otterson, dealers In stationery, wall
paper, eta. at .No. 118 Federal street, Alle
gheny, On August 13, Otterson left to go to
21ew York and nothine has been heard from
him since. Mr. Swindell states that they
started in business together in lSafl with a capi
tal of $5,000. The bnsiness has increased and
their assets all told are worth abont $30,000
with a total Indebtedness of abont 21,000.
Referring to the disappearance of his part
ner, Swindell states that he has been unable to
obtain any trace of him. He published notices
in the newspapers, sent out photographs of
him and hired the aid of detective agencies,
but all to no avail. He knows of no reason for
Otterson's disappearance, and is afraid that he
may cpliect debts due the firm and appropriate
the money to bis own use, and contract new
debts binding the firm for them; especially
since at the time of bis departure he took with
him comparatively verv little money, totally in
sufficient to maintain him from home the
length of time he has been absent.
As Otterson has neglected his business and
given it no attention since Aucust 13, Swindell
asks that an injunction be issued restraining
Otterson from sellinc any of the firm's goods
or collecting aov outstanding accounts. Also
that the firm be' dissolved and a receiver ap
pointed until the settlement and dissolution.
THE FACE VALUE WASTED.
The Controller Refused to Fay Interest od
The case of James W. Friend against the
city of Pittsburg is on trial before Judge
Slagle. The suit Is to recover Teinperanceville
borongb improvement bonds. The bonds,
amounting to 2,300, it is claimed, were pre
sented to the Controller for the interest after
they had matured. There being no money ap
propriated for the purpose, interest on the
bonds after they had matured was refused,
and suit was brought to recover the face of
the bonds with Interest.
IX DEBT S6.000,
Bat Kooxvllle Intends to Build a 84,000
W. C. H. Noble. Secretary of the School
Board of Knoxvillo borough, yesterday filed a
statement of the taxable value and indebted
ness of the borough with the Clerk of Courts,
as required by law when it is desired to in
crease the indebtedness for school purposes.
The taxable property of the boromrh is valued
at 5307,390: The present debt is $6,000. It Is de
sired to raise 51.000 for the building of anew
school bouse, and eight bonds of $300 each at 5
per cent, payable in SO years, will be issued.
To-day's Trial Lists.
Common Pleas No. 1 McMahon vs
O'Doherty: Kceler vs Newlon; American Tnbe
and Iron Company vs St. Clair Light and Fuel
Company; Mabneke vs Llewellyn: Powell vs
Braddock Wire Company (two); Philadelphia
Company vs Henry: Paxon et ux. vs alillvale
borough; Short vs Pittsburg and Birmingham
Railway Company: Gould vs Pittsburg and
Birmingham Railwav Company; Goulden, ex
ecutor, vs McLougblin; Mitchell, administra
tor, vs Keown; Ingold vs McKeesport Light
Company: Dasbrow vs Brace Bros ; Frazer et
al. vs La Nnrli Mining Company.
Comraan Pleas No. 2 Long vs Duff; Longen
heim et al. vs Iron Works B.4L Association;
Schlmgman vs Walker; McFall. Hetzell fe Co.
vs Muschcr et al.: Yocbum vs Muscher et aL
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs Samuel
B. Olierlielman, George Roth, Charles Mc
Gendy, Charles McClure, Michael Martahnez,
Edward Catle. Dennis Dowling, Mary Mc
Namara, William Ludgate, Sarah Ross, James
Weber et al, Barney Scanlon, Grant Dodds,
C. W. Rilev. William Kohler, Bridcet Con
nally. John "Nelson, John Adams. Fhilip Wiltz.
Thomas Forrester. Geonre Ireland. F. Swal-
man, Louis Schaack, Sextu Heinlein, Mike J
wild, jnnn troucn, xi. u. .aaumaa, . u.
Beck. William Carroll, Denis Mayher, John
Lutz, Fred Chester.-Samnel Alton.
An Officer Arrested.
William Hutchinson and his wife, residing
at No. 72 Federal street, Allegheny, yesterday
entered suit against Police Officer William
Follit for $5,000 damages for false arrest. They
claim that on September 4 Pollit went to their
house and arrested them without an infor
mfiTinn nr -warrant, or canse. takinir them to the
vAllecbeny Mayor's office and charging them
with disorderly conduct, i ney were auerws.ru
discharged by the Mayor. A capias was issued
for Folia's arrest.
AndttLIst for To-Day.
Estate of Accountant
Martha Marshall Elizabeth Gregg.
Jas. M. Sharp Duncan McAllister.
John Bradford J. E. McKelvey.
Haniett Houston Mary A Craig, etak
David Sims . M. Brown.
George P. Hamilton.. .James J. DonnelL
David E. Parke A. D. Smith, et ak
Lincoln Oldsbue J. A Oldshue.
S. G. R. Love Jos. L. Orr.
Mrs. E. P. Jrnnings....P. S. Jennings.
Michael Bradford J. E. McKelvey.
Gustav Langenheim... Minna Lancenbeim.
Morrison David Robinson, et at
William Jack Hilary B. Brunot.
The suit of the firm of John Wanamaker, of
Philadelphia, against Roenlgh Bros., of Pitts
burg, was tried yesterday before Judge Ewing.
The suit is to recover a balance of $500 claimed
to be due from Roenigh Bros, on an account
between the two firms for carpets purchased by
Roenigh Bros. The jury is outi The plaintiff
is the firm of which Postmaster General Wana
maker is the head.
What Lnwycrs Have Done.
Sarah Ross was acquitted of assault and
battery on M. B. Mitchell, and the costs were
The suit of John McMahon against George
Schmidt, an action for rent, is oh trill before
A V. Kekdig, tried for forcible entry and
detainer, on oath of Louisa Trisdell, was ac
quitted and the costs divided.
Jacob A Tiiomas, tried for assault and bat
tery on Prudence Thomas, was found not guil
ty, but ordered to pav the costs.
IK the suit of Nathan ..Ste'dman 'against
George Poterie. an action on a contract, a ver
dict was rendered yesterday for $175 for the
Sahtjel B. Obebhelha:' is on trial for
selling liquor without license and on Sunday,
in Scwickley. The information was made by
In the Criminal Court yesterday George Hos
ted was convicted of aggravated assault and
battery on James Reed and sentenced six
months to the workhouse.
Grant Dodds pleaded guilty to the larceny
of some jackscrews, blocks, etc, from Theo.
Woods, at Saltsburg. Sentence was suspended
upon tbe payment of costs.
In the case of Samuel Morgan, constable of
Baldwin township, tried for extortion and mis
demeanor in office for receiving money from a
prisoner to settle a case, a verdict of guilty was
John Mahonet, a hod carrier, yesterday
entered suit against George Greeser, his for
mer employer, for $5,000 damages. Mahoney
states that a defective scaffold, carelessly
erected by Greeser, gave way with him, caus
ing several broken ribs and severe injuries.
Chabi.e3McCi.tjre was convicted of as
sault and battery on John Remlinger. Mc
Clure is also ou trial for perjory alleged to
have been committed at a hearing in a case
against Kemlinger before Alderman Maneese.
A charter was filed in tbe Recorder's
office yesterday for the Lancaster Iron Com
pany. Tbe capital is $L000. divided into ten
shares at $100 per share. The directors are
Edwin H. Smitb, Charles 8. Crawford, Charles
O. Morrow. W. A Schmidt, William BeaL L.
H. Mathews and Frank W. Smith. i
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Take out a Policy la
And Laugh at Travtltri' lilt.
WILKIE" COLLINS DEAD.,
The Sufferings "of the Famous Novelist
Ended at Last A Brief Sketch of
a Lone and Busy Llt-
LOND02T, September 23. Wilkie Col
lins, one of the best known literary men in
the world, passed peacefully away to-day.
He had been ill for many weeks. A brief
sketch oi his career as an author is ap
pended: William Wilklo Collins was born in London
in the year 1824. He was educated at home
and also studied on the Continent. After a
few years spent in commerce he entered as a
student at Lincoln's Inn, but he found lit
erature more to his taste than law, and first
ventured in that field by preparing a biography
of his father, which was published in 1818. Two
years later he made his first attempt as a nov
elist, but achieved only a moderate success. In
1851 he pubhhed a volume of picturesque
writing entitled "Rambles beyond Railways: a
Narrative of a Walking Tour in Cornwall."
Having secured some amount of attention, Mr.
Collins became connected with Dickens in
Jlowehold Word and All the Tear Hound.
He was perhaps the only prominent associate
of Dickens who did not sedulously imitate him.
In 1856 he published "After Dark,'.' in 1856 "Tbe
Dean Secret," in 185S-9"TbeQueenofHearts."
In 1859 "The Woman in White" appeared,
being first published in Ml the Year Mound
This story gave him a high place among
In 1S66 "Armadale" appeared, for which the
author received very large remuneration; but
he did not repeat his former success until he
published "Tbe Moonstone," In 1868. It is
hardly tod much to say that In sheer ingenuity
of construction "The Moonstone" hasi no su
perior, and perhaps no equal. In fiction. In
1873 "The New Magdalen" appeared, being
first published in Temple Bar., The Idea crys
tallized in this book was a very old one, liable
to offend all sticklers for the conventional in
social discriminations, buf the-nobility of the.
anthor's motive was deemed sufficient to over
ride all minor shortcomings. Of bis many
other books those entitled to mention are:
"The Law and the Lady" (187S), "A'ne rozen
Deep." "Mv Lady's Money," "Jezebel's Daugh
ter," "The Legacy of Cain."
In 18731 Mr. Collins visited America, and
read tnere two of his short stories, "The
Frozen Deep" and "The Dream Woman." He
has had a career as a dramatist, and has even
played in person. His first drama, "The
Lighthouse," was privately played at Tavistock
House, and afterward brought out at the
Olj-mpic Theater. "The Frozen Deep" was
dramatized, and Dickens played In it. "The
Moonstone" and "The Woman in White" were
produced at tbe Olympic, but did not succeed.
BURIED BY A MINISTER.
A Liberal Who Wn Not Interred
Harry Hoover, President of the Pittsburg
Secular Society, has written a letter in
which he claims that the dying wishes of
Emil Hill were not carried out. Mr. Hill
was a member of the society and previous to
his death on Saturday had written a formal
request that he be buried according to the
usuages of the society, and not according to
those of any religious sect
The family ot the deceased feared public
opinion, however, and uot only failed to
carry ont the request, but even called in a
minister and conducted a Christian burial.
One of the nicest and best tonics and
anti-acids for dyspeptics is Dr. D. Jayne's
Tonic Vermifuge. When used in conjunc
tion with the Sanative Pills, it rarely fails
to be efiectivef while its moderate price
brings it within tbe reach of every one.
Sold by all druggists.
They Are No Fraud.
Tickets issued by Hendricks & Co., pho
tographers, 68 Federal street, Allegheny,
are good for just what they call for, regard
less of what others say. If you hold a
ticket bring it in before October 1. Come
and see for vourself.
Nothing- Like It
Ever seen before. It is our $500,000 sale of
new fall clothing duringthe next three days.
Watch the evening papers for onr grand
P. C. C. C, opp. the new Court House.
Velvets and Plashes.
60c plushes for 39c.
75c plushes for 69c.
$1 plushes for 75c.
Extra wide velvets, velvets, all colors.
BOe, 75c, 51 and $1 25.
Knable & Shtjsteb,
35 Pifth avenue.
Blankets, blankets, from ?1 60 to 540
per pair, all sizes and colors.
TTSSU HUGUS & HACKE.
SI. Until October. SI.
Mothers, .bring children to Aufrecht's
"Elite gallery, 616 Market street, Pittsburg.
Use elevator. Cabinets $1 per dozen, proof
Ther Are No Frand.
Tickets issued by Hendricks & Co., photo
grapherSj 68 Federal st, Allegheny, are
good for just what they call lor, regardless of
what others say. If you hold a ticket
bring it in before Oct, 1. Come and see for
Watch the Evening;
Papers for the announcement of our three
days' Special clothing sale lor Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday.
P. C. C. C, cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
S2 95. 82 95.
Jackets. Coats. Ask to see the bargains
in coat room. Enable & Shosteb,
35 Filth avenue.
Visit our cloak room for the newest
styles in jackets and long wraps.
1TSSU HtTGTJS & HACKE.
Its superior excellence croven in millions of
homes for more than a quarter of a century.
It Is used by tbe United States Government.
Indorsed by the heads of the great universities
as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold only
in cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
KSWTOEK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS.
FOR THE TRAVELER.
1 Dangers of rail and sail do not equal those
presented byimpure water, unwholesome food,
and unhealthy climate, which beset the trav
eler at every-turn. Saxfobd's Ginger is
the quintessence of all that is refreshing, pre
ventive, and curative in medicine and condi
ments, and tbe most reliable safeguard against
dangers which live in air, water, food and cli
mate. It instantly relieves cramps and pains,
speedily checks all forms of summer Ills, pre
vents indigestion, destroys disease germs in
water drunk, breaks up colds and fevers, and
wards off malarial, contagious and epidemic
Composed of imported ginger, choice arc
mattes and the best of medicinal French
brandy, it is vastly superior to all other gingers
which are urged upon would-be purchasers of
Saxford'3 by mercenary dealers, Avoid all
substitutes. Ask for
With Owl Tradi Mark on the Wrappir
On Dress Fnrnde.
The police of thePirst district were called
up for inspection in dress suits at Cityall
yesterday afternoon, the object being to
ascertain how many were provided with
dress coats and winter uniform.' Only seven
men appeared without the regulation frock
coat, and they were instructed to procure
them before October 10.
Held for Child Murder.
' Dr. C. B. King held a post mortem exam
ination on the body of tbe child found dead
between two mattresses in the room of
Albertina Wilson, on Eidge avenue, Alle
gheny, and concluded that the child had
been smothered to death. At the Coroner's
inquest yesterday morning it was decided to
hold the girl for murder.
PrtnM in the most elerantform
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Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
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system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one is Bilious or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRE8HINO SLEEP,
HEALTH and 8TRENQTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it ,
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
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CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FBANCISCQ, CAU
LOUISVILLE, Kt. HEW YORK. K. K
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For this week only we will sell double-barrel, breech-loading shotguns at tbe following
unequalcd low prices: New Baker, top action, etc., S23; top action, steel barrels, rebound
ing hammers, pistol crip, at 310 SO; side action, twist barrels, all improvements, at til;
top action, twist barrels, rebounding bammers,patent fore end,etc.at 12 50; top action, re
bounding bar locks, laminated steel barrels, at 515: LX.L breech-loader at 320; Thomas
Parker, Never Miss, at $22 50; L. C. Smith, hammerless, at 360. Each gun sold is guaran
teed to give satisfaction or money refunded.
IEC SIMZT, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Snpithfjeld.
Send name and address for Illustrated Catalogue and Price List, free of charge. se22-TTSSu
TTie best accommodations.
The best methods. The best results
Send for Circulars.
Night School Opens
VISITORS FROM POINTS OUTSIDE THE CITY
are requested to look for our exhibit of
A.T THE EXPOSITION.
We are showing some designs which are entirely novel, possess
ing decided merit.
WIW. H. ALLEN, 51sa?fa
TVM. TRINKIiE, 3IANAGBR.
WE ARE SHOWING
THE GRANDEST LINE OF
For Ladies, Misses and Children ever brought to Pittsburg. Qur stock
comprises the latest NOVELTIES from Paris, Berlin and New York, and
our prices will be found THE LOWEST.
This week we offer sop fine Tailor-made
Satin-lined, at $g 50 and $11 75, worth $15 and iS. No such values
600 fine Seal Pkish Sacques at $14 95. $16 50, S18 75, $22 50,
every one a special bargain.
Our Tailor-made Jackets at $2 75, $3 50, $4. 50, $5 75, JS6 75, are
the best for the money to be had anywhere.
A grand variety ot over 125 styles of
From $5, $6, $8, gio to $50.
240 styles of Children's Wraps from $2 to $15, exquisite styles.
Our own importation of All-wool Ribbed French Vests, $1, worth 1 50.
Fine American Ribbed Wool Vests, 73c.
Fine American Ribbed Cotton Vests, 38c and 50c.
Our Natural Wool Vests, 48c, 68c, 74c are the best for the money
ever offered. Our importation of Cashmere Hose, now open, is worthy
Ul all iuay.uuui
510, 512.514 MARKET ST.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. '
Is, as its name implies, a most VALUABLE BE
STOBAT1VE to the NERVOUS BYSTEM.
It GIVES NEW LIIfEand Strength when the
body Is tired and weak from overwork, mental or
Price tl per bottle. There is no substitute for
Sold by drugglJts. se&MB-Tu
ALL TRAVELING EXPENSES INCLUDED.
Tbe first and second partiesof tbe season will
Leave Philadelphia Thursday, November 14,
and Thursday, December 12, for Pasadena, Los
Angeles, and other points in Southern Califor
nia. The route will be via Baltimore, Washington,
Chicago, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Hot Springs,
Santa Fe, Albuquerque. Barstow and San
Bernardino. The trip to be made In a special
train of Magnificent Vettibuled Pullman Palace
Carl, with Pullman Palace Dining Car.
Ever; ticket entitles the bolder to visit Los
Angeles, The Ravmond, at East Pasadena,
Riverside, San Diepo, Santa Monica, Santa
Barbara, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, San Jose,
MountHamiltiin, San Rafael and other leading
resorts In California. A Choioe of Four DifF-r-ent
Routes Returning. Fifteen Returning
Parlies Under Special Escort. Return Tickets
also good on all trains until July, 1890. Inde
pendent tickets, covering every expense both
ways, Riving entire freedom to the passenger
while In California, and also in making the
journey homeward. Hotel conpons supplied
for long or short sojourns at The Ravmond,
East Pasadena; Hotel Vendome, San Jose;
Palace Hotel, San Francisco: Hotel Del Cor
onado, San Diego; Hotel Rafael. San Rafael;
.Santa Crnz; Tbe Arlington and San Marcos,
Santa Barbara; Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica,
and other famous Pacific coast resorts.
Dales of other California Excursions: Oct.
14, Jan. 6. 9 and 30; February 10 and IS; and
March 6, 10 and 2a
Dates of Mexico Excursions: January 13,
February 10, and March 3 and 10.
W. RAYMOND. LA. WHITCOMa
A3-Send for descriptive circulars, desig
nating whether book relating to California or
Mexico tonrs is desired.
RAVMOND & WHITCOMB.
Ill South Ninth St., under Continental Hotel,
Philadelphia, Pa. seSO-UT-TOFSa
X O. D. LEVIS, Solicitor of Patents,
131 Fifth avenue, above t3mithtied,nextLeadsr
office. (No delay.) Established 20 years.
xype-wrrangr, uomi Annmeno,
Address J. C. SMITH'S SON.
Monday, September 30.
., " aul5-79-TTS
AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
We'll be Busy..
, No fetters on your c hoice
this season for a Fall and
Winter Suit. The patterns
are beautiful and the variety
past what is usual. They go
fittingly with our workman
ship. Trace out the prices of our
Fall Oversacks by the silk
linings and silk facings. Un
less you choose to pay the
extra dollars for these, you'll
get iust as stvlish without
them, and as good as we can
You'll read thesigns of a
brisk -trade in our prices.
We've considered the law of
gravitation in business in
' & Brown,
Siitli street and Penn avenue.
Nearly 1,000 styles of goods
to make up to order.
J. DIAMOND, rarJxc&,
22 SIXTH STREET; Tbe Ere examined free
olcbarge. Spectacles perfectly fitted.
ARTIFICIAL EYES inserted and
warranted to suit.
OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS.
bpeclalty Correct fitting of lenses and
frames. AH styles of Spectacles and Eye
Glasses. Experienced Opticians and our own
factory and workmen are onr Inducements.
644SMITHFIELD STFITTSBURG, PA.
-TT -ZTifCZ SCIENTIFIO
-C-l. -D VZ-A-, OPTICIAN
Patentee and sole manufacturer of tbe Eureka
Eye Glass.-No chain required. Eureka nose
blades fitted to otbereye glasses.
Oculist's prescriptions a specialty. An iind
of lenses gronnd and spectacles made on the
premises. 908 PENN AVENUE, PITTS.
Seventeenth and Chestnut, Philadelphia.
Pnre rye whisky. Onr own manufacture.
3 yr. old, $2 00 per cal. or 60c quart.
4 yr. old. XI SO per gal. or 65c quart.
5 yr. old. S3 00 per gal. or 75c quart.
6 yr. old, H 00 per cal. or SI 00 per quart.
8 yr. old, S3 00 per pal. or tl 25 per quart.
10 yr. old, tS 00 per gal. (private stock) or tl 50
15 yr. old, 57 00 per cal. (private stock) or 81 75
quart U. E. LIPPENCOTT.
selt-35-Tu 639 Smitbfield St., Pittsburg, Pa.
Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-Glasses;
will fit any nose with ease and comfort. The
largest and best stock of Optical Instruments
and Artificial Eyes.
KOENBLTJM, Theoretical and
No. GO Fifth avenue, near Wood street.
Telephone No. 1680. sel9-ssu
I you want to know what yon ought to
I pai know, send for special circular relative
IT to WINCHESTER'S SPECIFIC PILLS,
a prompt and permanent cure for Nervous
Debility. Weakness etc Price SI per box. WIN.
CHESTER & CO., Chemists, 162 William st
N. Y. my31-21-TT3Wk
8TEA0IEKS AND EXCURSIONS.
-rrrniTE STAB XXtK B-
FOK QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Royal and United States Mail Steamers.
Britannic Uct. 2. 11am
Adriatic Oct.8,5:30p m
Germanic, Oct. 23, S p m
Itrltannlc Oct. 30.10am
Adriatic Nov. 1,1pm
from White Star dock,
"jentonic jtov. jj. vsm
foot or westrecinst.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
S50 and upward. Second cabin. 35 and onward,
according to steamer and location of berth. Ex
cursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage f20.
White Star drafts payable on demand in all the
principal banks throuehont Great Britain. Ap
ply to JOHN J. JlcCOKMICKi 401 Smitbneld St..
Prttaburp, or J. BKUCKjgUA, General Agent,
41 Broadway, New York. selS-D
NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL VIA OTJEKNS
TOWN, KBOM WEK 40 NOBTtt B1VEB.
FAST EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE.
Bothnia,Sept.2S,5:30 AMlEtrurla, Oct. 12, 7:30 IX
Umbrla, 8ept.2s,7:30AM Aurania, Oct. 19,1 rk
Servia, Oct. 5, 2:90 r x Bothnia, Oct. aim
Gallia, Oct. 9. 8:30 A irj Umbrla. Oct. 26,6:30 A H
Cabin passage (CO, ISO and 1 100: Intermediate.
fS5. steerage tickets to and (Tom all parts oi
Europe at-very low rates.
VEBNON H. BHOTCN St. CO., General Agents,
4 Bowling Green, New York.
J. J. MCCORMICK. Agent.
Fourth ave. and SmllUfleld it., Pittsburg.
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations for
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc
PETER WRIGHT 4 SONS,
General agents, 307 Walnut st Philadelphia.
Full information can be had of J. J. MCCOR
MICK. Fourth avenue and Smithfield street
LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smithfleld street.
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY.
Cabin passage $35 to 150. according to location
ot stateroom. Excursion 65 to 190.
Steerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates,
AtlSTIN BALDWIN & CO.. General Agenti,
S3 Broadway, New York.
J. J. McCORMICK. Age.t, Pittsburg. Pa.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY KAILBOAXJ
Trains leave Union Station (Eastern Standard
time)! Klttannlng Ac. 6:55 a. m.: Niagara Ex
daily. 8MS a. m Fulton Ac, 10:10 a. m.: Valley
Camp Ac, 32:05 p. m.; OU City and DnBpIs Ex
press, 2:00 p. m. ; Hultcn Ac. 3:00p.m. : Klttannhig
Ac, 4Ki0p.m.t Braeburn Ex.,5:p.ni.: Klttaan
lngAc..p.nu; Braebnrn AeM6.-20p.m.: Hal
ton Ac, 7:50 p. m.; Buffalo Ex., dally.
SjW p. ao.1 llnlton AC. :4S p.m.: Braeburn Ac,
lfa0j).ra. Church trains Braeburn. Ili40 p. m.
and feSjk m. Pullman Parlor Bnffet and
Sleeping Cars between Pittsburg and Buffalo.
JAS P. ANDERSON, Q.T. AgU DAVDJ 110
UABQO. Gen. Bunt. .
nT8BUKO AND WESTERN RAILWAY
Trains (Ct'lStan'd time) Leave Arrive.
Day Ex., Akron, Toledo; Kane M0a m
BullerAecommodatlonT'. wa m
Chicago Express (daily) 12:40 p m
7:37 p m
50 D m
11:30 a m
New Castla Accommodation. " p m
7.-00 p m
5 JO a m
f irst ciass iare to untcago, . " owvw,. v-i
9 60.. I'oUmaa BuSet sleeping car to Ullage
) JrTKW "ADVERTISEMENTS.
J"-N6tel Oiirstqr will
Are Winning iVewTrade Every Day
WithTheir Rightly Made Clothing.
CLOTHING CUT UST STYLE! .-. '
v CLOTHING FAULTLESS IN MAXHL
CLOTHING PERFECT IN FIT!7 ?,;.
.'..'' '" . CLOTHING LOW IN PRICE 1;! f
Nobody does,,nobodycan make
even increase the cost of a garment slightly if thereby tbe quality ,oi .y'i
fabric, trim and make is so enhanced as to renripr nrfptW '- -i1t- W'i
service. Nobody objects to payiag from $15 to $25 for a really good
Suit or Overcoat. '"
.Ours must be just right, otherwise you are expected to briatr thea
back at any time; which means that we assume all the risks. la, a sease,
we take, your money on trust If the clothes give you full value in wear
we keep" the money; if they go wrong We refund it. We can afejrd to
deal in this liberal way only because so- few of, oar .clothes ever go
A more complete, finer and handsomer 'stock thaa ours was aever
seen. The better grades of garments are equal in every particular to
the most expensive custom work. In suits we have the celebrated. Clay's
Diagonals' and English Wide. Wales--in Fall Overcoats we show- tie
finest imported Cassimeres, Meltons, Diagonals and Wales. And .the
price we have' put on these choice garments is only $20. . -'.
At pm ana $15 we snow a most
Suits and Overcoats that the most,
pride and satisfaction. -i9wa
Our $10 and $12, qualities of Suits and Overcoats are jasttie ie5?
per thing for men of limited, incomes,
mar. iney De wen uressea.
We also show over 300 styles of
pa ana 9; every oge maae 01
SUBSTANTIAL CLOTHING FOR THE BOYS
Our efforts to increase the' durability of ifoys' and Children's
Clothing ought to interest every mother of both cities. So many ,peor
pie go crazy on priceL price! price! that most dealers yield to the pop
ular mania and sacrifice EVER"V FEATURE OF PERMANENT
MERIT to satisfy 'this clamor it DOESN'T matter to them how rotten
the linings are if YOU can't discover it until they have gotten hold of
your money. THEY don't care whether the goods are all-wool or not,
fast colors or unreliable, whether the fabric is serviceable or not so long
as it looks sightly enough to catch your dollars. YOU CAN WHIS
TLE FOR YOUR SATISFACTION. ,
We have now on sale counter after counter of lovely Kilt Saits,
nobby short-pant Suifs and elegant long-pant Suits every one of a nerf
pattern, a taking style and a good quality. As for prices, they are
marked in plain figures on every garment and we guarantee them to b
the -lowest in the city for the same
With Every BOYS SUIT or 0VERC0AT-H
we will give a Vacuum Tipped Arrow Pistol, p
with a red, white and blue target These pistols JL
something entirely new, and,
perfectly harmless, they furnish a good deal of amusement for-youag
and old alike. No accidents are. possible with these pistols.
Fifth Avenue and
PENNSYLVANIA KA1LKOAU OJt AND
alter September H. 1889. trains leave Union
Station. ntUbarg, as follows, Eastern Standard
MAIN LINK EASTWARD.
Mew York and Chicago Limited or lnllman Ves
tibule dallvat 7U4 a. m.
Atlantic Express dallr for the fast. IdOa.m.
llau train, dally, except Bandar. ai3Ua. m. Ban
dar, mall, 8:40 a. m.
Day express dallr at 3:00 a. m.
Mall express dallr at 10 p. m.
Philadelphia exprets dallr at 4 JO p. m.
Eastern express dallr at 7:15 p.m.
Kast Line daily Jt8il0 p. m.
GreenBDurjc express bilo p. tn. week days.
Deny express 11 :00 a. m. week days.
All thnrarh Trains connect at Jerser City with
hosts of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn, K. Y,
avoldlnedoableferrlajceand journey through X.
Trains arrive at Union Station as follows:
Mall Train, dallr 8:10 p. m
Western Express, dally 7:43 a. m.
I'sclUc Express, dally 12:45 p. m.
Chicago Limited Express, dally 8:30 p.m.
faitLlne, dally 11:45 p. m.
BOUTllrYESr fEMA BAIL WAX.
Tor Unlontown, 5:30 ana 8:33 a. m. and 423 p.
m., without change of cars: 12.50 p. m.. connect
ing at Greensburs-. Trains arrive from Union
town at : a. m.. 13:20. SS3 and 8:10 p. m.
WEST FENNSXx.v'ANlA DIVISION,
rrom FEDEK&L or. STATIOK, Alleibenyaty.
Mall train, connecting for Blalrarllle... 8:45 a.m.
Express, for Blalrsvllle, connecting for
Butler .r. i:!Jp.ra.
Butler Acem....x...S:20 a. m, 2:25 and : j. m.
Sprlnsdale Aecom9:OB.ll:50a,m.J:30snd 8:20p.m.
fteeport Accom :li 8:30 and 11:40 p. m.
On Sunday. 11:50 and JdOp. m.
Worth Apollo Accou U:00a.m.an4 6:00 p. a.
Allegheny Junction Accommodation
connecting: for Butler laoa. m.
BUlrsvUle Accommodation ......."..10:40p.m.
Trains arrive at FEDEBAL 8TKEET BTATIO.N I
Express, connecting from Butler 1005 a. m.
Mail Train. ,.l:p.a.
Butler Aceom :10a. m., 4:40an07aop. ra.
Blalrsvllle Accommodation ,.....9dZp. m,
On Sunday 10:10 a. m. and 7.-o p. m.
Sprlngdale Accom....87,ll:48a.n,IrtS,aOp. m.
North ApoUo Accom......8:40a. m. and: p. a.
Trains leave Union itatlon. Pltuounr, ai ftnawi:
For UononraheU City, Wen Brownsville and
Unlontown. 10:40a.m. Vor Mononaahsia City and
West Brownsville, 7:05 and 10:40a.m.and :p.m.
On Sunday, 1:01 p. m. For Monongahela City. 8:40
p. m., week days.
Dravosburjc Ac., week days, d0 p. m.
West Elizabeth Accommodation, 8:20a,. nu, IrtO,
eauandUiUp. m. Sunday, :40 p. m.
Ticket offices Corner fourth arenua and Try
street and Union station.
CUAS. E. PUUH, J. K. WOOIH
General Manager. Gen'l l'ass'r AenW
PITTSBURG AND LAKE ERIE RAILROAD
COMVAHY-Schedule in effect June Z, lam
Central time. DiPART Kor Cleveland, 5:00, 8K
a. m., '1:35. 4:10, :; p. m. For Cincinnati. Jhl
cago and Bt. Louis. 5:00a. m.. ia5, ,8d0p. p.
For Buffalo, 8.-00 a. m.. 4:10, 9:30P- m. JforliaU
manca, g:00 a. m.. 4:10 p. m. For Youngstown
and KewCrstle, 8:00. 800. 10:1S a. ra., 'las.4:KV
8:30 p m. For Beaver -Falls, 5:00. 8;00, 8:30,
10:15 a. m., ld5. 3:30, 4:10. 8:15. t-JOp. m. For
Chartlers. 5:00. 15:30 a. m 5:36, 6.- -54. 7:15,
8:05, 8:30. fas. 10:15 a. m.. 12:06, 12i45,
1:40. 3:30714:30. 4:50 S.-OS. 5:15, 8i0s, 10:3Op.m,
ARRrvx-From Cleveland. "8:30 a. ta., 12:30,
5:35. "7:55, 9:40 p. m. FromClnclnnatLChleaco
and St. Louis. lt:30. 7:55 p. m. From Buffalo,
8)30 a. m., 12:3,0, 8:40 p. m. From Salaman--ca,
Kdu. 75 p. m. rom Toungstown and
New Castle. SdO. 30 a. m., '12:30. 5:35. "7S
9:40 p. m.- From Beaver Falls. 525. SO, VSS, ttia,
s, m., 12SI0, 1:10. 5:35, "7:55, 8:40 p. m. P..
a ft Y. trains from Mansfield. 8:30 a. m 1:30,
4:50 p. m. For Essen and.Beechisont, fdOva.
m 3:30 p. m. P.. CAY. trains from Mans
field, Essen and Beccbmont,7:08 a. m., 11:59 a. m.
P. MeK. ft Y. H.-- IL-DxrABT-For New Haven,
I'SriO a. m., ta I p, m. For West Newton, 15:38,
10:05 a.m.. 3:30,5115 p. ra, askivx From New
Haven. t70a.m., 5:00p. ra. From West New
tnn, 8:15, "7:SO a, ra., lrtt 5K p. m. For. Mc
Keesport, Elizabeth and MonongahelaClty, 1i38,
.10rta. tn., 3J0, i:p. m. From Mononjtaaela
City, Elizabeth ana McKeeafort, 100 a.m., IdE,
5:00p.m. , . .
Dally. 5 Sundays aaiy. tWHl run one hour
late on Sunday. I WH.-nti two hoars' late oa
Soaday, CWy VMM olssi, 4W gmHhRld tweet. -
T , s
be cloeed nexThinJiiy.
better. Fact is we Sad it best to
extensive line or line ran utom ,
particular dresser can wear .wklvg
but whose calling requires of "tkB.
Men's Suits and Overcoats at: if'
inorougaiy nancss ana lassuosaetc.
being as accurate as a revolver, but
PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY'S L1NBS
May 12. MB9. Central Standard Ttm.
As follows from Union Stations For Chicago, d 7rT r
a. m d 120, d 1:00, d7:45, except Saturday. HO
p.m.; Toledo. 7:25s. m dl2:2Q. dlDand except
Saturday. 110 p. m.j Crestline, 5:45 a. m.: Usvs
land, 800 s. m, 12:45 and d U6 p.m. and 7:24
a. m., vU P.. F. W. ft C By.: New Castle
and loungstown, 7:06 a. m.. H'JB, 1:45 p. m.:
Youngstown and n lies, dliaon. ra.; MeadvBla,
Erie and Asbuuula. 76 a. mUrSO p.m.: NBes
and Jamestown, 1:45 p. m.t Masslllon. 4:Mp.au:
WbeeUnz and Bellalrr. SOOa. a-12:46, WOp.m.:
Beaver Falls. 4:00. 56 p. m. Bock Point, 888
a. to. : Leetsdale. 5:10 a. m. "
ALLEGHENY Ko-hester. a. m.1 Bearer,
Falls, 8:15, llrtO a. m.: Enos, Ja p. m.j Leets
dale, 1030, 11:46 a. m., 2:00, 4JO, 4:45. Toe, 7. ' j
p.m.: Conway, 10 JO p.m.; Fair Oaks, S U4B a,""
m. : Leetsdale, S 8:30 p. ra. ,
TRAINS AKRIVE Union sUtlon from Calsaga
except Monday lX d MB. dJ5 sw m., d 8dO p. "
nu; Toledo, except Monday IdO. d 8:85 a. nu, 8i
p. m.. Crestline, 2U0 p. m.: Youngstown aad
Newcastle. 9:10a. ra., 1:26, 6da 10:14 p. m.:NHS)
and Youngstown. dOJOp. m.;Clerelaad, dSsfOa.
m.. 26, 70 p. m.: Wheeling and Belklre, 9
a. m 2i2S, 7a3u p. m.: Erie and Ashtabula, lra,
10:15 o. m.s Masslllon. 100 a. nu; NHes and
Jamestown. 9:10 a.m.; Beaver Falls, 7 JO a, m
1:10 p.m.. Kock Point, 8 Ids p. m.; Leetsdale.
20:40 p. nv-
ARRIVE ALLEGHENT-rroa Enoa, l) a.
m.: Conway. 8:50; Rochester. 9:40 a. m.: Bears
Fills. 7:10 a. m, 5:45 p. m.: Leetsdale, fJB, :M,
f :45 a. hi.. 12.-0Q, 1:46, f-08, t-M, .- p. m.; Fatf
Oaks. S S-JS a. m.: Leetsdale, S 86 p. ra.: Rock
Point. S 8:15 p.m.
8. Sunday only: d, dally; other trains, except
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD-,
Schedule In effect May 12, 1389. For Washing
ton. D. C. Baltimore, Philadelphia and New
York. "3:00 a. m.. and "830 p. m. For Cum
berland. 8.-0D a. m., tl. 9H& v. ra. For Con
nellsvllle, 46:40 and 8.-eo a. m KT. 140
and9aop. m. For Unlontown, 48:40, 80a. in
!!5S nd ! P- ra. For Mount Pleasant, 48:40 and
48SO a. m.. and 41.-0D atfd 44:00 p. ra. For
Washington. Pa., 6:45, 49:40 a. m,, Z-Jb, 45d0
and SOU in. m. For Wheeling. t:d. 48:40 a. m..
S:36. 8:30p.m. For Cincinnati and St. Louis.
8:45a.m., 8:30p.m. ForColumbua. 8:46snd9:3
a. m.. 8 JO p. ra. For Newark. 8:45, 49:40 a, m
2! 80pm. For Chicago, 6:46. 49:40 a. ra
3:35 and & p. ra. .Trains arrive from New
York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
8:20 a. m. and ?8dt) p. ra. From Columbus, On-
clnnatl and Chicago. "7:46 a. ra. and "9330 p. m.
FromWheellng-, 2nt, nodes, m 45o,'8Sp.
m. Through steeping cars to Baltimore. Wash
ington and Cincinnati.
Wheeling accommodation. 8:30 a. in.. Sunday
VX' .,OonnelIsvllle aecoraraodttlon at jiiX a. m.
lxxiil-. iuuT?xeeF Sanday. JBanday onlr.
The PltUburg; Transfer Company will call tar
and check baggage, rrom hotels and residence
opon prders left at B. fto. Ticket, oace, corner
Firth avenue and Wood, street. CUAS. Ol
SCULL. Gen. Pass. Agt. J.T.ODELL. Oen.Mgr.
PITTSBURG AND CASTLE SHANNON R.R.
Summer Time Table. Oa and after MsyL
1889, until further notice; trains will run as rollows
on every day, except Sunday. Eastern standard
time: Leaving Pfttsburg-edO" a. nu. 7:10 a. nu.
3.-O0 Km.. 9dba- m HJOa. m., l:49p. m 1:40 0.
m., 5:10 p. ra- 6d0p. m 6J0p.-m', SJOp. m.,
11:30 p. m. ArUngton-517'a. ra., 6a) a. m.. 7:10
aBi., .-80a. ra., WaOaitC, 1:00 p. m, 2:40 p. m.,
43) p.m.. :Kp.-m., 5:7p. Bi-7:10p. m.. 10:3
p. m. Sunday trains, leavftg Plttsburg-10 a-m-12
A) p. m.. 2:30 p. m.. 5:10' p. ra- 7:10p. m, 9J0
p. bl Arlington :lj a. m U m I) p. m-.
p.m. eaop. m., 8p. m.
JOHN JAHN. Bast
-DANHANDLE KHJTfr -JULT 1. 1889. tTNION
JL station. Central Standard Tin . l-".vl
Clnelanatl and St.Louls.d7:S'a.m.. ??
ri.iiiu t, m n,..ura t-i". m. Chicago.
"SSsVid 11:16 p. m. Wheeling;-J JO a. m B
8:10 p.m. StenbeaviUe. 5:55 a. "m. W",um-ia
8:56, 8d5a. m.,l,t,4:ki14lp. m. Bulrer,WjW
.ra. BargwttitWB,-lld6.m-5dBp.ra: riS
Seld, 7:15. 8:30. Uss ra 1HS. d ,!5 ,8,,
p.ra. McDonald, d 45, d: p. m.
From tbe West i$5. d 8o.-a m-. ,
B.tn. Dennlson. fCra. seeBbenvule. tt ixm.
tewa. 7:a- .Sajn.. WatBsojrtoB. W!:
B. 1H.. D WBV . IT mmrw.'-r. .. ..
S:4U Ui s. . Ids. sua o. St. MaasMM, MSBw
nssMMMsass t c Kfcfok
. SU . .. .. , .,
, sr.Msrt -w.
2 a. '1