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MONET TERY SCARCE.
The Stringency Has Checked Busi
' ness in Some Directions, Bat
GENERAL TRADE IS STILL FAIR.
Stock
Speculation Sufferlne From the
Iffects of a Decline.
IBOfl AND STEEL IN EXCELLENT SHAPE.
Alondant Crops In the Northwest Are Seeping the
Eailroads Busy.
The reports to Sradstrcet't and R. G.
Dun & Co. show a money stringency
which has checked trade in many parts ot
the country. The general Tolnme of busi
ness, however, continues large. Iron and
steel, in particular, are in a flourishing con
dition. ISrjrCIAI. TSLEGBAM TO THE DISFATCB.1
New Yoek, October 18. Special tele
grams to Bradstreet's indicate a slight
check in the movement of goods to con
sumers from several points, notably Chicago,
Philadelphia, Boston and St. Joseph. Bat
on the whole the volnme continues to ma
terially exceed that moving at the corre
sponding time last year, and is especially
noticeable at St Lonis, Omaha, St. Paul,
Kansas City and Louisville. Collections
are active or prompt at a few of the cities
heard from.
The largest week's business on record at
Kansas City has been done at that place.
The sugar season has opened in Louisiana.
Farmers in various portions of the North
west are holding grain for higher prices.
High rates for money at New York limit
share speculation and open the way to bear
manipulation.
TS SPECULATITE LINES.
This tendency is checked somewhat by the
successful progress of the Atchison reorgan
ization, and by a cessation of depression in
the trust shares. Bonds are dull. Money
on call at New Xork is about 10 per cent,
and the supply funds limited. Foreign ex
change is low and dull on scanty inquiry
and free offerings of commercial. Demand
sterling H 854 855
Reports from 96 railroads of gross and net
earnings to Bradstreet's for August show a
gain ol 9.8 per cent in gross and of 22.9 per
cent in net over Aueust, 1888. Prom Jan
uary to August 31 85 railroads show gains
of 5.7 per cent in gross and 15.4 per cent in
net over the same eight months last year.
It is claimed in Western markets that
large quantities of pig iron have been pur
chased for speculative purposes and that the
scarcity of supply is largely apparent.
Very heavy purchases have been made in
Ohio and in 'Western' Pennsylvania. In
fact, all Ohio river valley markets are
placed with inquiries for large supplies.
The demand for all varieties of
BJON AND STEEL
has been more marked West than East, but
at all points it is excellent. Prices still
tend upward, rails touching $32 at Eastern
mills, with inquiries for 100,000 tons. An
thracite coal is now more active with the
nine months production, 25,587,000 tons in
1889 against 27,535,000 tons in 1888.
Depression has characterized breadstuff's,
influenced by weaker cables, higher ocean
ireights and a Government crop report in
creasing the crop estimate. "Wheat is off
lj2c and flour 515c, while the export
sales are noticeably checked. Exports of
wheat (and flour as wheat), both coasts,
July 1 to date, are 30,443,643 against 37,357,
112 bushels in a like portion of 1888. Ex
ports this week equaled 2,758,538 bushels
against 1,845,898 bushels last week, and
2,337,916 in the like week last year.
Corn is oft t, and oats, in sympathy,
2& The free movement of corn is checked
somewhat by the late decline in price. Hog
products have had frequent, though less
violent, fluctuations in prices at the West.
East they have been only moderately active
with slight variations in prices.
A DECLINE IN 8UGAB.
Baw sugars have continued heavy on
slow demand in spite of a concession of
1 l-6c, and reports of decreased yields in
Brazil and in Java, and of disquieting re
ports from Louisiana. Warehonse deliv
eries and meltings are liberal, and arrivals
moderate. Befined, on free offerings and a
moderately active demand, is off c.
Dealings in coffee are moderate, and Brazil
growths declined fc. Teas are in limited
sale. There is talk of a possible corner in
the London market.
Leading Eastern drygoods jobbers report
trade moderate. Early promises have not
been realized. There are liberal orders
with agents for spring goods, while season
able goods are dull. Prices are dull, ex
cept for print cloths and some makes or
brown sheetings, which are lower on week.
Demand lor raw wool is unsatisfactory.
Baw cotton is lower on heavy crop move
ment. Business failures reported to Bradstreet's
number 205 in the United States this week,
against 243 last week and 195 this week last
year. Canada had 41 this week, against
28 last week. The total of failures in the
United States January 1 to date is 8,942,
against 7,866 in 1883.
DUN'S WEEKLY EEVIEW.
B. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade
Ears: As before, the money market is the
one point of anxiety. Bates are higher, but
perhaps apprehension has somewhat les
sened, as the senseless cry that the pressure
was only manipulated, has given place to a
more rational understanding of the reality
and consequent limitations of the demand.
The country still calls for money largely,
but reports from nearly all interior centers
of lupply show that the supply is considered
ample for commercial needs. There is firm
ness and increased demand at Kansas City,
and some stringency at Cleveland, but with
an easier tendency. At Milwaukee the
market is brisk at 7 per cent; at Phila
delphia customers are supplied at 6 to 7 per
cent
The volume of trade continues large;
bank clearings exceed last year's, railroad
earnings are encouraging and East-bound
shipments lroni Chicago are heavy. At
Chicago the drygoods trade for the week
falls below that of the corresponding week
last year, and receipts of wool and lard fall
off one-half, but coal receipts are larger, and
receipts of grain and provisions show agood
increase.
CHOPS ABUNDANT.
St. Paul rejoices in the movement of
"Minnesota's largest crop," and railroad
reports indicate that Northwestern lines are
choked with the enormous receipts from
farms. Cleveland notes activity inall lines,
with small sales of ore because unsold sup-
plies are scarce. There is little activity in
coal at Pittsburg, but glass works are busy
at old prices; iron and steel works are all
busy, with prices well held, and the coke
output at Connellsville is reported in excess
of demand by one day's work each week.
The iron trade is still'healthr. Southern
furnaces seeming to have well sold up, and
though an offer of a Lehigh Valley brand
No. 1 at $16 50 is reported, the quotation for
pig is $17 to $18. Bar iron is not as firm as
other forms, nnd the surprisingly heavy de
mand for plates and structural lorms is lor
steel rather than iron. Bails are qnojed at
$31 60, with sales for the week of 67,500
tons. An offer for 6,000 tonB American iron
to be shipped to Scotland failed because
freights were too high.
i The ship yards on the lakes are to be very
busy next season, contracts for 35 vessels,
with a tonnage of 67,300 being quoted.
WOOL BATHES DULL.
The wool trade is still dull, and while
there is a fair movement of dress goods and
enlarged discounts have caused more buii
new in knit goods, the demand for men's
woolens la strictly moderate. The cotton
ausafactare is thriving, and the trade in
goods satisfactory, print cloths selling at 3J
cents for 6-4. '
Speculation for higher prices in wheat
has not been active since the last Govern
ment report, and heavy Northwestern re
ceipts, with scanty exports, combine to de
press prices, which have fallen 2 cents for
the week, with sales of 31.000.000 bushels,
against 20,000,000 last week, Friday alone.
Corn has declined 4 and oats 1 cent,
while pork products, though still sustained
by the clique, are a little lower. Coffee has
yielded , and is weak at Eio, traders
suspect on better knowledge of the yield
than has been forwarded.
The coal business is better with cooler
weather, but by no means satisfactory;
stock at tidewater increased 81,000 tons
in September, and the Beading Company
has temporarily stopped nine of its collier
ies, including two of the largest The
price of raw sugar has again declined Jc,
and of refined fa, and a circular announces
the approaching opening of the large
Spreckles refinery, but the fall in Sugar
Trust stock has betn arrested by an upward
reaction. -
A FORCED DECLINE.
The stock market resists tight money stub
bornly, but has yielded an average of $1
per share on active railroad stocks, with
some recovery, however, on Friday. It is
the theory of some Western managers that
an advance in prices, just before the meet
ing of the Legislature in the granger States,
would be most unfortunate. But the more
generally controlling influence is a convic
tion that the Western competition threatens
mischief, and is not restrained by the inter-
State act or by the good sense ot managers,
while for the present monetary uncertainties
are also lelt
' The business failures during the last seven
days number for the United States 182, and
for Canada 41. For the corresponding week
last year the figures were 202 failures in the
United States and 22 in Canada.
A BIG LOAD TO CAE2T.
Republican Managers In Iowa Want Their
Ticket Rearranged.
Des Moines, Ia., October 18. There is
consternation among the Republican
managers in Iowa. The Farmers'
Alliance has practically repudiated
the candidates for Governor and
Lieutenant Governor. The alliance
State lecturer, N. B. Ashby, has published
a long review of their legislative records,
fortifying every point he makes by cita
tions from the journals. This has
caused the Cedar Bapids Gazette, the
leading Republican newspaper in Eastern
Iowa, to demand that Hutchison step
down from the ticket and that Larrabee be
put up for Governor.
Among themselves the managers concede
there is little prospect of Hutchison's elec
tion, and they are giving their chief atten
tion to saving the Legislature.
Hutchison has been a load from
the start His nomination was the
result of a long bitter quarrel. He was the
choice of only a small minority xf the nom
inating convention, but he held his forces
so compactly that the success of either
Hull or Wheeler was out of qnestion.
A BAND OF BAD B0TS
Responsible for a Number of Incendiary
Fires In Kansas City.
Kansas Citt, October 18. A large
number of small incendiary fires have oc
curred here recently. The police have just
finished their investigation into the crime,
and have discovered that the incendiaries
were a band of schoolboys, ranging in age
from 11 to 15 years. They were regularly
organized, and called themselves "Captain
Kidd's Pets." The members are bound by
blood-curdling oaths to not reveal the
secrets of the order, and all their plans
were carried out according to written orders
signed in the blood from the arms of the
young desperadoes.
The names of the band are: Leroy White,
John Bose, Thomas Moran, James Moran,
Frank Evans and Will Britt Britt has
confessed that the members of the band
were responsible for many small fires. The
leaders of the band are nnder arrest
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A MYSTEBI0US FLIGHT.
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The Escnpa of a Defaulter Who Floated
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Devoted Wife Accompanied.
Him Into Exile.
Kansas Cixy, October 18. The police
havevjust completed the investigation into
the mysterious flight of two fugitives. Last
Friday night a man and woman, greatly
excited, went to the boat house of Thomas
Wright and purchased irom the proprietor
a flat boat Later they brought to the boat
.house a heavy trunk and asked permission
to use a private room for a few minutes.
They were shown into Hrs. Wright's bed
room, where the' trunk had already been
placed. When they entered the room both
were handsomely dressed in the height of
fashion. When they emerged the man
looked a tramp and the lady like a ragged
beggar.
Placing the trnnk in the boat, the mys
terious couple embarked. They told Wright
that they were going to float down the river
to the southern counties. The. police in
vestigated the affair and discovered that the
couple were man and wife, Air. and Mrs.
Lee Webb. Webb, it is said, had been
engaged in a number of shady financial
transactions, and employed the means above
described. Mrs. Webb had been acquainted
by an outsider with her husband's guilt and
so greatly was she attached to him that she
insisted upon joining him in his flight.
Mr. and Mrs. Webb are both members of
well-known families who occupied high
positions in society. Thev were married
only two months ago. Their flight has
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nis friends, wno are now searcning lor him
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Lambrequins and Tidies. New Linen Hem-Stitched Table Squares, Table Scars,
D'Oylies, Splashers and Pin Cushion Covers. Prettiest line of Spatchel or Guipure pat
terns in Linen Scarfs and Squares. Purse Trimmings, Quilted Satins and every known
material for faticy work. Made-up Pin Cushions, Handkerchief Cases, -Head Bests an
SaehetBags.' '
OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT
OFFERS TJNUSTTAL ATTRACTIONS THIS "WEEK.
510, 512,514 MARKET ST. AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Quick Prices.
Nobby Clothes;
Busy Days.
No copied styles. No copied
ways of letting people know
our goods and prices. No
doubtful qualities. We go
on our own hook as leaders
should. Everything original,
first-class and full value.
We take a new lease every
season on selling the best and
selling it low. Every dollar's
worth our own manufacture.
Sold at cost to make, and
one single profit added for
store expense and service.
The worthiest stock of
Boys' and Children's Clothing
we ever' knew for beauty and
quality. Easy and many
prices.
We are making a special
sale on Boys' and Little Boys'
Cape Overcoats at $5 ALL
WOOL and no guess work
about it.
--
Wanamaker
& Brown,
Sixth street and Fenn avenue,
OC19-B
RAILROADS.
BALTIMOKB AND OHIO KAILKOAD
Schedule In effect Mayl2, 1389. For Washing
ton. 1). C, lSaltlmore, Philadelphia and New
York, "8:00 a. m.. and "9:20 p. in. For Cum
berland, 8:00 a. m., $1:00, 9:20 p. m. For Con
nellsvllle, $8:40 and 8.00 a. m.. l:0O, UM
and 9:20 p. m. For Unlontown, 6:40, '8:00 a.m.,
51:00 and 4:00 p. m. For Mount pleasant, 6:40 and
8:00 a. m., and 1:00 and 4:00 p. m. For
Washington, Pa., "6:45, 9:40 a. m., "3:33, 5:30
and "J:? p. m. For Wheeling, 8:4i 9:40 a. m.,
"3:33, '8:30 p. m. For Cincinnati and St. Loult.
8:45 a.m., "8:30 p.m. For Columbus. S:45andl:40
a. nr '8.30 p. m. For Newark. "6:45, 9:40 a. m
3:35, "8:30 p.m. For Chicago, 6:4S, 9:40 a.m.,
3:35 and "8:30 p. m. Trains arrive from New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
6:30 a. m. and 8:50 p. m. From Colnmbns, Cin
cinnati and Chicago, "7:45 a. m. and 9:00 p. m.
From Wheeling, "7:45, 10:50a, m, 5:00, 9rt p.
m. Thronch sleeping cars to Baltimore, Wash
ington and Cincinnati.
Wheeling accommodation, 8:30 a, m., Sunday
only. Conneilsrille accommodation at S8:35 a. m.
'Dally. Dally except Sunday. (Sunday only.
The Pittsburg Transter Company will call for
and check baggage from hotels and residences
upon orders left at B. Ss O. Ticket Offlce, corner
Fifth arenue and Wood street. CHAri. O.
SCULL, Gen. Fasi. Agt, J.T.ODELL, Qen.ilgr.
PITTHBCBO AND CASTLE SHANNON R. E.
Snmmer Time Table. On and after Slay 1,
1889, until further notice, trains will runas follows
on every day, except Sunday. Eastern standard
time: Leaving Pittsbnrg-130 a. m 7:10 a.m.,
8:00 a.m.. 9:30 a. m., 11:30 a. m., 1:40 p. m.. 3:40 p.
m., 5:10 p. m.. 5:50 p. m., 6:30 p.m., 9:50 p.m.,
11:30 p.m. Arlington 5:40 a. m.t 6:20 a. m.,' 7:10
a.m., 8:00a. m., 10:20 a. m., 1:00p.m., 2:40p.m.,
4:20 p. m., 5:10 p. m 8:50 p. m., 7:10 p. m., 10:3(
Ii. m. Sunday trains, leaving Pittsburg 10 a.m.,
2.50 p. m., 2:30 p. in., 5:10 p. m., 7:10 p. m., 9:30
p. m Arllngton-ysMa.m., 12 m., 1:50 p. m., 20
p.m. 6:30 p. m., 8:00 p.m.
JOHN JABN. Snpt.
A LTjEGHENY valley RAILKOAU
Ul
Trains leave Union Station (Eastern Standard
time): mttanmng AC, sua a. m.; aiagara jut,
dally. 8:45 a. m Hnlton Ac.. 10:10 a. m.: Valley
Camp Ac. 05 p. m.: Oil City and DuBols Ex-
press, 2:00 p.m. ; Unite a Ac, 3:00 p.:
:00 p.m. ; Bultcn Ac, 3:00 p.m. : Klttannlng
Ac. 40 p.m.: Uraeburn lac- sw
Braeburn Ft., 5:00 p.m. : Klttann-
Ing Ac, 5.30 p.
t. m.: uraeourn AeaaDn.n.iaiu
ton Ac, 730 p. m.; Buffalo Ex., dally,
8:50 p. m.( Hultun Ac, 9:45 p.m.: Braeburn Ac.
11:30 p. m. Churcn trains Braeburn, 12:40 p. m.
and 8:33 p. m. Pullman Sleeping Cars between
Pittsburir and Buffalo. J AS. P. ANDERSON.
U.T. Azt.: UAV1D MCOAEGO. Gen. Sunt.
college in the State.
Ramd writing, rapid calcn-
bortband and Typewriting Departments pro-
Send for catalo;
JAMES C.
ILLIAMB, A. Ml. Pres't.
wir
BOOM
j
oTMea
iT; j
NEW ADTE&TISXOfBNXSk
W - O - R - K - l -
A TATr-i-D-i-i
You have to figure close. Yon
cneapest mars sensible. xotinave got a certain sum laid by for
rerii another sum for fuel a third for clothing, shoes and other'wear
ing apparel which you and those dependent upon you must have this
winter. You have figured it over. A dollar saved is a dollar earned.
Now, then, sit down and listen to a few words of reasonfrom . " '
.. . j t
KAUFMANNS'
V
Our large Fall and Winter stock, partly manufactor ed by ourselves
partly bought, from the best makers of clothing in the country, is upon
our counters ready for the consumer. Every'article and garment n it'
was bought for SPOT CASH at rock bottom prices. We propose to sellf
it on the same basis. We are "Cash People" through, and through. WeT
are neither Debtors nor Creditors. We fear or favor. none. We selLour '
goods on their merits, we attract and retain patrons by giving themet
ter value for their money than any other house in the State. UpoaCtliiaVg
line we fought and won our battles for commercial supremacy and upoij
this, line we shall seek to maintain it By adhering to this policy we arcv'
saving tne womngmen who patronize
nually. Come, now, and see for yourselves.
LOOK WHAT
On our $6 Men's Suits and Overcoats, sold elsewhere at $j 50, you save
$1 50. "
On our $8 Men's Suits and Overcoats, sold elsewhere at $10. vou save
tl.
On our 10 Men's Suits and Overcoats, sold elsewhere at $1$, you save'l-
?3
On our $12 Men's Suits and Overcoats," sold elsewhere at $16, you save
$4-
On our 15 Men's Suits and Overcoats, sold elsewhere at $20, you save
On our 18 Men's Suits and Overcoats, sold elsewhere at J24, you save
THESE MONEY-SAVING- FIGUEES
ARE JUST THE SAME IN OUR
::: -BOYS' CLOTHING DEPARTMENT:
n rf.T-, c;- r,
un our pz xuys ouits or wvcrcuais,
On our $2 50 Boys' Suits or Overcoats, sold elsewhere at $3 25,1
save 75c fc
On our $x Boys' Suits or Overcoats, sold elsewhere at 4, you save $
On our $4 Boys' Suits or Overcoats,
Si 50.
On our U5 Boys' Suits or Overcoats,
On our $6 Boys' Suits or Overcoats,
NOW, NOTE WHAT" TOUR WIVES WILL SAVE J
BY PATRONIZING OUR
ftDilffTi flTAiTT TYEVD TimWTlTWTir ...
;; UTXIii.llU jMJJJW.
On our $4 Newmarkets or Wraps,
UU UU1 j)U ncnuiu&cu ui iiiojjj,
$1 5- .j
On our $8 Newmarkets or Wraps, sold elsewhere at $10, you save 2.''-"U
On our i?io Newmarkets or "Wraps, sold elsewhere at. $13, you save 3.
On our 12 Newmarkets or Wraps, sold elsewhere at $16, you save'&f. J
On our $15 Newmarkets' or Wraps, sold elsewhere at 20, you save,5.'Et,
SHOES, Too, Are a Source of Great SaYingl
When Bought
On our $t Men's or Women's Shoes, s'old elsewhere at $i 50, yon i
50c.
On our Si 50 Men's or Women's Shoes, sold elsewhere at $2 35,
save 75c.
Onour$wg8 Men's or Women's Shoes, sold elsewhere at $2 75,,
savea m -' ;,
On our $2 50 Men's or Women's
save $1. t
On our i Men's or Women's Shoe's,
Un our $4 mens or women s onoes,
J-. - Tf a-1
l SO- '
Prices of Hats and Furnishing Goods'inProportiool
KAUFMANNS
Fifth Avenue and
RAILROADS.
FENW8YI.VANIA. KAIMtOAD OM AND
after September a. 1889. tralna learo Union
Station, ntUbnrfc as follows, utern Standard
'lime!
MAIN LINE EASTWABD.
.New York and Chicago United or l'nllman Yea.
Ubole dallr at :li a. m. .
Atlantic Ezpreta dallr ftir the fitat. SdO a.m.
llau train, dallr. except Bandar. 5iaa- m. Saa
day. mall, S:)a. m. .
liar eipreM dallr & JOT a. m.
Ma!
ill exnreaa dallr at liOO D. m.
exnreaa dallr at liOO D. m.
jruiia,aeipaui express auij ati:
Eastern express dallr at 71U p.
... . . .T CTT 7Z7?"1j.ii1.. ...
an:5)j. m.
su
Jfast .Line dallr at sao p. m.
Greenstmrar express a:io p. m. wtex dan.
Denr express 11:00 a. m. weekdara. ,,.,
AU through, mini connect at Jersey drr wia
boata cf "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N. Y
aToldlngdoubleftrriaic e ana :onrner taronjfu H.
Trains arrlre at Union Station as fonoirsi
Mail Train, dairy 5!i?F-
Western Express, daUr ,1'St' 5"
1'aclfle ExpressTdallr. ;.' VXE 2"
Uolcajro Limited Expreia, daUr ,fdSS'2"
raitUae. daily U5p.ia.
BOUTHWESr rENN BAIIiWAl-
Tor Unlontown, 830 na f:Ma. m. nd4SBp.
to., irtthont change ofears-12.50 p. xa., nun
ing at Greensbnrg. Trains arrlre ftom Union
town at 9:46 a. m.. 11.30, Si and 8:19 D. m.
WEST rENNSXuTAIitfl. Vlliaivn,
Bntlei ' Aeeten.". - -" ViS.5- nl
OnSSdar :80nd 0p. m.
Sorto A5Jilo'AcconL'....hrt. m. nd tMp. m.
Aneghenr Jnnctlon AccommodaUon
MMMUnt for Bntiex.....!
BT.imTe.??EMlSL-OTBEETOTAT&N-:
StlJiftoB Butler 10.. to.
ui.t 411. AstATnmAilfttlnn ......... m:U p TS-
U.t.. ...... SudTJHjU
, Freenort AcconL7:a..m..l7OTndHp. m.
1 On Bandar 10.:1 " J5dIiSS JS
Bnrlnedale Accomi.BWM.li,1,M?.r: "
MONONGAUEliAJJlVlSlOli.
OnSanday, lrtlp.ni. r or MonongaHela atr. s.
p. m., week days.
UraToabnrgXc. weekdar". aop.ni.
West Elizabeth Aecommodatlon. aiSOa-m ZH
euanailip,m. Bnnday, : p. m,
Ticket paces-Corner JTourtb Tenn and Trr
street and "Union station. ,,
OJIA3. E PUUH, J'K-TVt20U-.
otnerafilanale!; Gen'l TassTAjrent.
PANHANUtE iWOTE-LYIt 1889. UNION
station. Central Standard Tint. !" S5
ClnelMiU ndSt.Lonii,d7 .m.. d M 1 and
d 11:15 p. m. DeanUon. M n. m. Calcaga
12M. d 11:15 p. m. Wbeliag, 7i . m.. Bjoa,
etlOp, nt BtenbennUe, 5 nu MJ:
Bargetdtown,jfcm 8P-B. Mjm.
fielov T114 : 11:80 a. m lioa, ,
AW V f
M ... vu, aUl rfaflnV m.. 3
cm.'- DennlsoiTSfciB. SteabeoTUIei g
neellnr, 7 18, . , i Vju ".'?!
BUI. ., w -- ., - .. "
is. m-
town.
7ia. 3n.tP"Ta..m.i r',"iyw"3Jii!'
b:&
aiaa.
w, l:p.aa.eUiil,dtriycl tKJJ
'
v i
.f-
N - G - M - E - N - l
TTTTm u -nr-r-s-r-r
i x ' ?
seek to buy where you can' buy the ''
us many thousands of dollars.'aap
YOU SAVE
r
,. . ,. ... ... K'
soiu cisewuere at pi 50, you s
sold elsewhere at $4 50 you save
' .Zr
sold elsewhere at $?, you. savei.
sold elsewhere at $8, you save2.'
9
JJ'JUJ. j3L1.vJL.IIJ.JLj1! A 4f
sold elsewhere at $5, yon save $1. . 1(l
jum tu&nubic- . p ju, jfuu save.,';
-
at Kanfraanns'.
bnoes, sola elsewnere at $3 '50,
sold elsewhere at '$4 25, yom
m
-Si
U A J . i
- soia eisewnexe at 5 50, you
,
Smithfleld Streets
eelT-B
KAILKOABS.
DENNUyLVANIA COMPANY'S UKJkr
JL eept. s, ma, ceatnu trtaaaara tbm.
TKAINS DEPAKT
Ai rollows from Unloa Statical tst CMmko, dTsH '
a. ., d VtOB, d 1:98, d7:, except S(Mrter.m3
bitardar. 110 p, m.j Crestline, 5:46 a-m.j Utera-
m.i aoieao, m a una. a. izvt wm exeepi
lana, ouo s. mn 12:4a ana a u:
U p. S. and 7dS
a. tn., Tla F,
and xonngstO'
F. W. A
e.
SS
ew Cutis
7s a.
i20, i p. m.j
m.: MaadrUle.
YosngstownandNUes, d 1230 p.
iwn.
Erie and AshUbala. 7a-1
MrM B.m.;NltM
ana Jamestown, :W p. m.:MtMlo. 4Hp.m.
auu AWMnn, f si, a- mw b.bi.j
WheeUatr and Blslrts o:Wa
1211. imOb. m.:
Bearer
jraus. 4.t, ties p. 1
JleaTer JfaBvBCa
a. u. : LeeUdale. : a. ra.
ALLEOHKNY-Koohester, M a, a.f Bearer
jralls, 8:13, 11 i a. su: En on. 80 p. m.j Leets
dale, 10.-00, H:5 a. m., 2M, 4J3P, 4148, 5l TieO, :03
p. m.; Conway; 10 JO p.m.; jTa!r Oaks, 8 UUB a.
m.tLtetsdaJe, S 8:30 p. m.
' TRAINS AKK1VE Union staMon from CbJeagO,
except Monday 10, ds.-oo, dJ5 a, m.. d t-M p.
m.: Toledo, except Monday 10, d:a. nu, t-M
S. TO., Crestline. 2U0 p. m.r xonngstown and
ew Castle, :10sm., 1:26, 8:50. imii p. m.;NHes
and YonnKstown. d8)p. ausCleTetoad, dSiSOa.
E., lot, 7tf p. m.: WheeUng and Beia4n, M(
a. m.. IJ6, 70 p. m.J Erie and Asbtabala, lrXS,
10:15 o. m.; Mastllloa, MaS a, .; Nlles aad
Jamestown. :10 a. m. ; Bearer FaUa. J JO a. Bk.
1:10ji. m.. Bearer Falls, s 8aa p. m.; Tioetsdili
10:wp. ra.
AitHTVE AXI.EGHENT-FTOS1 Zaos. 10 a.
sn.l Conway, :; Kocbester, i:0 a. m.i Bearer
Fills, 7:10a. mn S: p. El.; Leetsdale, l trift,
7:4S a. m.. 11W, 1:, lion t-M, 0 p. m.: Fatt
usks, Da:ooa.,jn.; iiecfsoaie, s snap. a.iaiK
Falls. 8 8:1a p. m- . i
S. 8nnday onlyj d, dallyi otter train, zceat1
Sunday seal!?
-T3ITT371UHO AND LAKE ERIE BAILBQ.
JL cuJHrAJtz seseoaie in enectjnaev
Centrsl time. Ui?abt for Clereland. M8l '
a. m ldS, 4:19, 9:30 p. In. For ClaatenaM. Bbt-
f"nu
:00 a.
cago ana at. iiqis.
m., 106. ;9d0
H-m.
lala-
a or unnaii
T. a.an ...a m, n - w.u
manei. 11:
:00a. m.. 4ia)n. m. For YoannammiT
"9:M D. m. For Bearnr Falla. SiOB. S-B. Sda.
ana new tjaatie, kuu, -, M:ut a. ni-.a laa. OB,
10:15 a. a., t:8S. l-.K, 4sM, 5iK. SJOn.m. For
jraus.
:30 a. m., 5:38, 8:e, S.Sa, 706,
M:l( a.; m7, aM. yttS,
O , 4:18. nifta, JWep-m.
S:0(i. 8:
1:40. S-JB. 11:30. 4:90
Abbxtx From Clerelaad.
UdO a.
6 J5, 7i5B, :
n. ni. Ktori ctBBlitn&at. r3a4A.ru
-m:ju.
and St- Louis. ISJO. 7:56 n. m. amSaSalo.
SiSO a. m.,H:8,9, ttBjp. m. rtm aalanun
ea. U:3a t-m pj m: From Yopskstowa and
New Castle, 8:30, : a. m.t tSSTwe. 75
9:40p. m. Feom Bearer rait. SM. tOB, 7-3B,
a. m., "Hiaei t:ie, tot, 78, i40 ,p. m. P-f
CAY. trains ftom Mans Seta. 8:80 a. m.. J8
40 p. m. Far Essen and Beeebmest. 8 a
to.. J:30 p. n. r C. A V. nalH from Uaas
fleld. Kseen and BfecomoBt, 7: a. tn., 11:88 a. Hi..
Y. MeK. tLK. K. -UBPaST-For New HTn.
roua, ra., -aaip. a. rvr ww aewton, r ,1
W:06a.Mj, J8,l;Hp.. ABJT-FroHi J . '
xuteh, ri'J. m., -imp, ja. rnm vi'zrr ,
ion, oiu, r'-.tu a. ra., las, -awo p- m. jsr
Xeesport, ElUabetb andMoaosgakela City. ?
W:8a.ra43ae, 5:p. m. rnm Monongaka
saw
iaaBB ana meaeespori, jao -"-t t
, 'UaUy. ISandaTiWr.
lateossanday. I Wilt ra
tWUl ran onehow
ran two.nou;- .--r-,
eanaay. citytMket
NB smitnneiu ..
T-aTITSBUHS AND
WB8TERN KAILWAVi
JL Trains (Ct'l Waa dUme)
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