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PASTOR A PEOPLE.
Clergymen of To-Day Make a Point
of Keeping Dp to the Period.
CURRENT TOPICS OP THE TIMES
Freely and Fully Discussed in Host of the
THE SUBJECTS CHOSEN FOR TOMORROW
Many clergymen nowadays keep well np
with the times. A Boston minister the
other Sunday denounced the New Orleans
irize-fisht in the morning and drew lessons
Irom the cholera scare in the evening,
l'ittsburg pastors are hardly educated to
his plane yet, but they are quick to see an
opportunity of using current events for
good. The following list of topics for to
morrow embraces a wide variety,and affords
every facility for a satisfactory choice.
In tlio City Churches.
Liberty Etkeet 31. E. Prcachlnjr at J0:45
a. M. ond nlso evening at 7:30 by tlio pastor,
Itov. W. YY. ltoop.
Ekoroanized Church ot Jesus Christ or
L. D. S., hull C7 Fourtli avenue Preaching at
10.15 a. si. by Elder 31. IL Ilond.
Skveth Presbyterta!.-, Herron avenue.
Her. C. S. McCleMnnd.pastor 10:33 A.-5t-,"The
D.iy orrentecost;" 7:S0p.M.,"Ihe Conversion
Fourth Attxux BArrisT.corncr Ross street,
pao'or, II. C. Applesaith will preach; 10:30 a.
v . Hidden Strength;" 7:45 p. St., "Tlie Lovo
Git ace Memorial. rRKSHTTKRiAir, Arthur
s'loct, Uev. J. A. Boyilrn. pastor 10:45:
"oiviiiK Heed to the YVoidor God;" 6:45;
Fikth U. P., Webster avenue. Rev. J. YV.
H.nrrha, pastor Rev YY. E. JlcBride, of the
Theological Seminar will preach at 10:30 A.
M.; no evening service.
Third U. P., Diamond street, J. T. 31. Jfc
Ciory. uastor 10:30 a. jr., "God's Providence
and tlio Cholera Sconrge;" 8:30 P. M-, "A 3Ilr
acio and Its Meaning-"
Skvexth U. P., Forty-fourth street Serv
ice conducted bv the paito:, Rev. J.D.Sands.
Morning, "Temptation Made a Blessing;"
e cuius, "Our Defenders."
Fiii&tU. P., Seventh avenue Services at
10J0 a. si. by the pastor, William J. Reid, D.
I.; "Reconciliation," and at 7:30 by the as
sociate pastor. Rev. John M. Ross.
Thirty-third Street U. P., Rev. J. McD.
Ilervey, pastor 10:30 A. M., "Reasons for
Vk til's Style of Preaching, No. II:" 7:30 P. Jt,
"Ktiowintr, but Not Yielding to God."
Tue Ebcnezer Baptist Church will hold the
last service in the church Sunday, with
preaching at 10:45 by Rev. Ged A. Johns, of
Kongo, Africa: 7:30 p. m., by the pastor.
Trixity 31. E.,Twenty-flfth and Smallman,
YY. P. Vanier, pastor 10.30, "What Is This
YVorLt" 7:30 r. m., memorial service, "The
Departed Live;" 1:45 p. m.. Sabbath school.
First Ukitamau, corner Ross and Dia
mond streets, Duquesne College building.
Rev- CE. St. John, pastor Services at 10:45
a. a.; subject, "The Highway or Success."
Fir.6T Church; op Spiritualists, No. 6 Sixth
sticet. Dr. IL F. Stanley, of Hoosaic Falls,
JT. Y., lectures Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and 7:45
p. si. Tests are given at close of each lec
ture. Fn st Uxiyfrsahst, Curry University
Hall, Sixth street. Rev. J. L. Andrew, pastor
Morning subject; ' Univerf alism and the
Bible." Evening subject: "3Ierit andSuc
ces." First Cumberland, YYylle avenue and Con
gress street, S. T.Montgomery, pastor Serv
ices 10 45 a. M., 7:45 p. 5C; morning theme,
"Woman, Behold Thy Son; Behold Thy
1"ifth Avenue 31. E., L. McGuire, pastor
Closing services of three years' pastorate,
10:30 A. M. subject: "My Successor." 7:30 P.
si.: "Review of the Past and Possibilities of
Grace Reformed, corner Grant and Web
ster avenue. Rev. Jobn H. Prugh, pastor
10.30 a. it, sermon by Rey. W. J. Holland, D.
cnancciior ot sue western university;
no evening services.
Brows Chapel, fourth quarterly meeting,
I. X. Ross, pastor Preaching at 10:30 by Rev.
J. H. Wntson; at 3 p at, by Rev. J. H. Wat
son; at 7:45 p. m., by Rev. J. A. Boyden. Love
feast Holiday nlglit.
Lawrexctville Presbyterian, Thirty
ninth street, between Penn avenue and But
ler street. Rev. A. E. Linn, pator Subject,
lm30 a. m., "Who Then Can Be Saved!" 7:30 p.
M., "Divine Sympathy."
Butler Street 31. E., corner Fortieth. W.
F. Oldham, pastor Sunday 10:30 a. k., memo
rial service in memory of those who have
'.led during the conference yean 7:30 P. ir..
"The Field is the World."
Light Street Reformed Presbyterian,
Rev. D. McAllister, pastor At 10:30, "Evi
dences of Genuine Conversion;" at S, ser
vice lor tlio young in the lecture room; "The
Jlartyr Spirit for Oar Youth."
Sixth Presbyterian, Franklin and Town
send streets, Rev. J. F. Patterson, pastor
At 1030 a. m., "Burdens, and What to Do
With Tliem" at 7:45 p. it., "The Hid Treas
uie and the Pearl of Great Price."
First Reformed Presbyterian, Grant
street Rev. Kevin Woodside, pastor, will
preach at 10:30 a. si. and 730 p. M. Horning,
"Repentance and Pardon;" evening, "How
to Distinguish Divine From Human Doc
trine." James E. Williams, pastor of Denny ST. E.
congregation, closes his lourth year's pas
torate 10:30 a. M "The Spiritual Athlete;"
7.30 r. M., a special sermon by request; sub
ject, "Statoof the Soul Horn Separation from
Body to Judgment Day."
First Ej.or.isn Lutheran, Grant street
Regular services will be resumed. The Rev.
Samuel Laird, V. D., of Philadelphia, will oc
cupy the pulpit both at the 10.30 a. m. and
7:30 r. M. services. Sunday school at2:15p. x.
Wednesday evening services at 7:45.
Third Presbyterian, Sixth avenue, Rev.
E.T. Cowan, D. D., pastor Communion in
the morning. No evening service, as the
congregation will join in a nnion missionary
meeting at the First Church in connection
with Rev. Dr. Kellogg's departure for India.
Shitofield Street Methodist Episcopal,
corner Seventh avenue. Rev. Charles Ed
ward Locke, pastor At 10 A.M. Infant bap
tismal service in church parlors. At 10:30
the Holy Communion, followed by a short
address by ttio pastor. At 7:45 P. il the los
ing sermon of the pastorate.
Christ 3L E., corner Liberty and Center
avenues Morning Rev. A. H. Norcross, D.
D.; ovening, Rev. G. W. Izor, D. D. Sunday
school at 10 a. M. Also services In the West
ern Thoological Seminary chapel. Ridge and
Irwin avenues, Alleghonv: Morning. Rev. Q,
YY". Izer. D. D.: evening. Rev. A. H. Norc ross,
D. I). Sunday school at 930 a. m.
Central Christian, corner Pride and Col
well streets Mr. Sydney Black, of London,
England, who is completing a preaching and
lecturing tour around the world, will preach
morning and evening. Subject for the. even
ing: "The Prince ofThls World Dethroned."
Mr. Black will also preach on Wednesday
evening next at 7:45. Subject: '-Five Hon
orablo Positions With the Man or Nazal eth."
Second Presbyterian, corner Penn avenue
and Seventh street, Rev. J. R. Sutherland,
D. D., pastor Services at 10:30 A. M. and 7:4
p. m. Subject in the morning. "Presbyteri
anism. Its Gcuius and Achievements." In
the evening, "The Old Theologv of Paul, the
Now U neology of To-Day." Sabbath school
immediately at the close of the morning
services. Young people's meeting at C:15
East End Topics.
Oakland 31. E., T. X. Eaton, pastor Morn
ing, "The Indwelling Christ;" evening, "Be
Highland Avenue United Presbyterian.
Rev. O. B. Mllligan, pastor Services at 11a.
at. anu :ta p. M., conducted by the paitor.
Christ Lutheran, Sheridan avenue. East
End, Rev. J. L. Smith, pastor 10:15 a. m.,
"Under the Cloud;" 7:45 p. m, "Delay Not."
Shadyside United Presbyterian, Center
avenue, John K. JicClurkin, D. D., pastor
10:30 A.M. subject, "God's Answer to Prayer;"
7:45 r. M., "God's Answer to Pralso.
Park Avenue Presbyterian, Rev. jjeorge
W. Chalfant, D. D., pastor U A. at, subject,
"The Treasures in Earthon Vessels;" 7:45 p.
M., "Joseph. From the Pit to the Prison."
Oakland Baptist, Bates and Atwood
streets, William Ward West, pastor-Morn
ing, 10:45, "A Promise and How Kept;" even
ing, 7:45, "The Need of Heroio Christianity ."
Shady Avenue Cumberland Presbyterian,
J. W. McKay, pastor 11 a. jr., "Get Ready to
Rccoive the Good NewM"7:45 P. ic, "The
Christ's Relations." Sunday school rallying
day observed at 9 a.m.
Sixth United Presbyterian, Collins "ave
nne and Stanton street Services conduoted
bv the pastor. Rev. R. M. Ruell. 11 a. it.,
"The Witiioss or the Spirit;" 7:45 P. IL, "Son
ship. Heirship and Glory."
Dallas United Presbyterian Mission
Services by J. D. Irons, D. D., in Connahan's
Hall, Uomcwood avenue, at 11 A. M. and 7:30
p. m. Subjects "Labor That Pays," and
"Jesus as Seen From Two Standpoints."
St. Mark's Memorial Reformed. North
Highland avenue and Harvard street, East
End, Rev. Ambrose M. Schmidt, pastor 11
a. m., "Undue Anxiety for the Things of
This Life;" 7:45 p. m., "Burdon Bearing."
Shady Avenue Baptist, between Fifth and
Penn avenues, W. A. Stanton, D.D., pastor
Services at 11 a. ic and 7:45 p. x. Davtd
Downie, D. D., ot Nollore, India, will speak
in the morning. Evening subject, "How to
Bethany Lutheran (English), corner High
land avenue and Klrkwood street, East End,
Iter. John Weidley, pastor Service at 11 A.
M. and 7:45 p. M. Morning subject, "Christ
Stilling tlio Tempest." Evening service fi,t
7:45, subject, "The Enemy Pursuing."
roiNT Breeze Presbyterian Morning ser
vice at 11 a. it. Subject, "Not by Mlzht,
Nor by Power, but by My Spirit, Saith the
Lord." Evening sorvice at 7:45 p. m.: sub
ject, "What Think Ye or Christ?" Services
conducted by the pastor, Rev. DeWltt M.
Bellefield Presbyterian, Firt'j and Belle
field avenues At 11 A. it. the Rer. F. R.
Farrand, ot the Southsldo Piesbyterian
Church, will conduct the service and preach
tho annual sermon before the Women's
Home Missionary Societv. At 7:45 p. if. tho
Rev. J. T. Gibson, Secretary Board of fis
sions for Freedmen, nil! preach.
EianTn Presbyterian, Rev. E. R. Donehoo,
pastor 10:45 a. m., "As the Tree Falletb;"
730 r. m., "Reading of the Bible."
Walton Methodist Episcopal, Rev. S. ,W.
Davis, pastor 10:30 a. m., "The Great Advo
cate;" 7:30 r. x.. "Love to Christ."
Mr. Washington Baptist, George T. Street,
pastor Horning, "Christian Assurance."
Evening, "Lessons From the Character of
Union Baptist, South Nineteenth street.
Rev. J. W. Riddle, pastor Morning subject,
"Tnis Grace Also;" evening, "The Great Sal
vation." Mt. Washington United Prdsbyterian,
Rev. R. H. Hood, pastor Services at 10:30 a.
m., "Christian Liberality;" 7:30 p. it, "God's
Command to the Laborer and the Canital-
Rev. T. H. Colhoner, D. D., will preach in
the Methodist Piotestant Church, In Knox
ville. Southside. Pittsburg, on next Sabbath
at 1030 a. x. and at 7:30 p. M. Seats free, and
a welcomo to nil.
Duquesne Heights M. E, Rev. W. H.
Rodonbaugh, pastor Morning, "Christian
Progress;" evening, "A Review of the Past,"
Epworth Leazue at 7 P. m., "Hopeless
Women in Heathen Lands and In Christen
dom." Bingham Street M. E., J. A. Ballantyne,
pastor Preaching at 10:30 A. M. by the pastor,
and at 730 p. m. bv Rev. J. W. Miles, D. D.
The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will, be
administered at the close of the evening
Southside PRESBYTERiAN.corner Twentieth
and Sarah streets. Rev. F. R. Farrand, pas
torServices at 10.30 A. M. and 730 p. M. Rev.
J. T. Gibson, Secretary or the Freedmen's
Board, will preach in'tbe morning, the pas
tor in the evening. Evening subject, "Paul's
Mt. Washington Methodist Protestant,
Virginia avenue andBigham street, S. F.
Crowther pastor Sabbath services 10:30
A. M. and 7:50 P. it. Sunday'school at 2 and
consecration at 7. Morning, "Workors To
gether With God!" evening, "Carnal or
Second Primitive Methodist, Cobden
street, Rev. H. J. Buckinshatn, pastor
Services at 10:30 A. M. and 730 p. at Subjects,
morning, "A Supernatural Visitor;" even
ing, fourth sermon on "Evils of Modern
Society Marriage and Divorce." Reception
of persons on probation at one or both of
Pulpits on the Korthslde.
Sixth U. P., D. F. McG ill, pastor 1030 A.M.,
"As the Rain;" 730 p. x.', "Better Things."
North Presbyterian At 11 a. m. and 7:45 p.
m. the pastor, Rev. John Fox, D. D., will
Grace English Lutheran Mission at
Reineman's Hall, Troy HiU. Sunday school
at 4 p. x.
The corner stone of the new edifice of the
Sandusky street Baptist Church, Allegheny,
will be laid Saturday at 2 p. m.
Christ P. E., Union avenue. Rev. Robert
Meech, rector Services at 10:30 A. it, and 4
p. x. All are cordially invited.
Central R. P., pastor, J. W. Spronll Sub
jects, 1030 a. x., "Our Reason for Thanksgiv
ing;" 8 p. x., "Drawing Near to God."
Second U. P., Rev. W. H. McMillan, D. D.,
pastor 11 a. m "The Secret of Power;" 7:30
p. x., "God's Message to Young People."
Sandusky Street Baptist, Cyclorama Hall,
Irwin avenue, B. F. Woodburn, pastor 10:30
A. x., "Hidden Lives;" 7:30 p. x., "Self Help."
North Avenue M. E. 10:30 a. x., Rev.
James Morrow, D. D.. of Philadelphia, will
preach; 7:80 r. x., praise service. Special
music by the choir.
McClure Avenue Presbyterian, Rev. S. J.
Glass, pastor At 11 A. X., "The Way of Cain;"
at 7:30 p. x., "The Marks or the Lord Jesus:"
Y. P.S. C.E., 6:45 P.M.
Providence Presbyterian, Madison ave
nue and Liberty street, Rev. W. A. Klnter,
pastor Communion services at 10:30 a. x.;
evening service at 7:45.
First Christian, corner of Arch and
Montgomery streets, Allegheny City O. H.
Philips, or Mansfield Valley, Pa., will preach
both morning and evening.
Central Presbyterian, corner Anderson
and Lacock streets, Rev. S. B. McCormlck,
pastor Subject, 10:45 a, x., "Unused Power;"
7:45 p. x., "Redeeming tne Time."
The Free New Church Society meets in
Caledonia Hall, 101 Federal street, at 10:30 a.
x. Subject for September 25, "Why the
Word of God Is Written In Parables."
Allegheny B. P., corner Sandusky and
North' Diamond streets. Rev. W. J. Coleman,
pastor Subject. 10:30 a. x., "Thy Kingdom
Come;" S p. x., "Motives to Repentance."
The New Church, Isabella and Sandusky
streets, services 10:45 a. m., pastor. Rev. John
Whitehead Subject, "The Armies of
Heaven Followed Him Upon White Horses."
First Congregational, Rev. S. W. Mo
Corkle, pastor Subject of sermon at 10.80 a.
m., "Measures and Monuments;" at 7:30 P. X.,
"The Joy of God Over His Own." Gospel
meeting at nighc Y. P. 6. C. E. meeting at
6:30 p. x.
Nixon Street Baptist, J.S. Hntson, pastor
Rev. Dr. Codville, of Warren, O., will
ocoupy the pulpit at 10:30 a. m. Barrel open
ing for new church enterprise with ex
periences and address at 730 p. u. Sunday
school at 2 p. x.
Buena Vista M. E Rev. J. H. Miller, pas
torAt 1030 a. x., the final class of proba
tioners before conference will be reoelvod,
procededby an appropriate sermon; at 2 p.
x., baptism of Infants in the leoture room ot
the church; at 7:30 p. x., "A Summary."
Fourth U. P., Montgomery avenue and
Arch street Rev. Joseph Kyle, pastor, will
preach morning and evening; 10:30 a. x.
theme. "The Feeding or tho Five Thou
sand;" 7:45 p. x. theme, "Tho Deslro or All
Nations." Services every ovening noxt week
except Monday and Saturday evenings.
Episcopal Mission of St. John the Bap
tist, Morris' Hall, Woods' Run and McClure
avenues Services next Sunday as follows;
Sunday school at 10 a. x., evening prayer
and surmon at 7:30. Services conducted
by the Rev. A. D. Brown, chaplain or the
Laymon's Missionary League of the diocese
At the First Congregational Churoh, Alle
gheny, on next Thursday evening at 730
o'clock there will bo held tne first of a series
ot gospel meetings by the churches and pas
tors of lower Allegneny. Once a week in
some one of the churches co-operating these
meetings will be held for the qnlckcning of
tho religious life or the coinmnnity. Rev.
Mr. Hudson, or the Baptist Church, will
preach the sermon next Thursday evening.
The Feast or Harvest, or Harvest Home,
will be celebrated to-morrow In Trinity
Lutheran Church, Stockton avenue and
Arch street, Allegheny. Special music by
the choir and a special reponslvo service in
tho morning. Children's service at 2:15 p. x.
In the evening at 7 o'clook there 111 be n
prayer meeting conducted by the Society of
Christian Endeavor, and a .service of praise
at 7:45. The church will be appropriately
decorated. All are welcome at these serv
The opening of the Church of the Good
Shepherd, Hazelwood, is fixed for Sunday,
Sheridan U. P. .Mission Rev. A. B. Van
f ossen will preach in Brown's Hall, Sheri
dan, at 230 p. m.
Belleyue Presbyterian Church, Rov.New
ton Donaldson, pastor 10:30, "Moses' Shin
ing Face;" 7:30, "Evil Influence."
Hazelwood Christian, J. JL McWnne,
pastor Morning: "Tho Graco of Giving."
Evening: "Visible and Invisible."
First Christian, Mansfield Valley, O. H.
Phillips, pastor Rev. Robert A. Culter, of
Bethany Colloge, will preach both morning
Miss Sybil Caster, a missionary to the
Indians at White Earth, Minn., will address
members of the East End branch of the
Junior Auxiliary in Calvary Episcopal
Churoh to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 3
FOUR NEW OIL WELLS.
Two Are Fifth-Sanders at McDonald, and
" Two Are at Venice Southeast Wells at
Sistersville Have a Good Sand The
Snyder Well South of Washington Is
There were indications of good oil wells in
several localities yosterday. One 'well,
Greenlee & Forst's No. 6 Marshall, was added
to the list of big ones in the JIcDonald field
as losing 40 barrels an hour, but there was
no change in the estimated production,
which is given as 20,500 barrels.
The Marshall well was shot Thursday
evening, and the increase in its production
was due to glycerine. Their No. 2 on the
Noble heirs' farm, in the western Dart of the
field, fell from 42 to 30 barrels an hour.
E. H. Jennings & Co.'s venture on the Blag.
gie Campbell larin, located half a mile south
or Noblestown and adjoining the Marshall
propoity, was the subject of considerable
comment yesterday. It was a duster in
the Gordon sand, and was reported
late Thursday evening to be showing light
in tho fifth, but yesterday morning they
struck a pay and the well began to flow,
Mr. Jennings stated yesterday that he was
confident it would bo a good producer.
Two Producers In Venice
Fatty Conklln's well on tho Updcgraff lot
at Venice, five miles south of McDonald, is
a well In tho fourth sand. According to the
reports received from it yesterday It was
standing full of oil, and would be rigged up
for a pumper the first of the week.
Wiser & Stevenson's venture on tho Stur
geon lot, in Venice, Is also a well, but from
the 50-foot sand. They are rigging It up lor
pumping and operators who visited it yes
terday claimed that it will make a 50 or 75-
The Devonian Oil Company's No. 2 on the
J. W. Robb tarm, a mile north or McDonald,
and only 300 feet southwest of the Royal
Gas Company's big well on the Mark Robb
property.was reported last evening to be 15
feet in an infciior grade of fifth sand and
showing lor only 60 or 75 barrels a day. It
Is a disappointment, as the owners were
confident they would get a good producer
on account of its proximity to tne Mark
Robb well. It also seems to completely
shut off the Mark Robb pool to the south
west, where operators In the vicinity had
figured that it would go.
The Devonian's No. 4 on the W. B. Mooi
head farm, located a mile southwest of Mc
Donald, is due Monday or Tuesday.
ureenioe & t orst are starting jno. a on tne
Kirk farm, in the Meise hollow.
Work Around Undercllffb.
Undebclipfe Dixon & Co. are down 1,650
feet on the, Kuntz farm and expect to
finish up next week.
J. M. Patterson & Co. were putting the tyi
casing in tbeir well on the Lurinmentrout
farm yesterday. Thoy have just finished
the rig for No. 1 on the Myer, for No. 1
Klcitz, and are starting a rig on the J. B.
The East End Oil Company Is down 600
feet on tho J. Kleltz.
E. H. Jennings & Co. are down 400 feet on
the Herman farm, which is located 2,000 feet
northeast of J. 31. Patterson & Co.'s initial
well on the Kessler larm.
McCoy Venture Not Xet a Failure.
Sistersvillb J. M. Patterson & Co. have
taken some or the best sand ever found in
this field from their test well on the John
McCoy farm, located a mlleand a half south
east of town. From the fifth to the twelfth
bits they went through an excellent quality
of saud, and then struck a stieak of pebble
sand, .from which pebbles bigger
than hazelnuts were taken. The hole is
full of water, but as there is no gas it has
failed to flow. The tools were fastened in
the well yesterday, and when they are got
ten out the owners intend to rig it up lor
pumping. Specimens of the sand, which
resembles that taken from the old Matthews
well iu the McDonald field, me on exhibi
tion at Mr. Patterson's office in the Fergu
The McDonald Oil Company's well on the
Lightner farm, located half a mile south of
west from Patterson & Co.'s McCoy well, is
flowing about 1,200 barrels of salt water a
The Snyder Farm WeU Is Dry.
Washington Fergus & Co.'s venture on
the Snyder farm, two and one-half miles
south of this place, la a duster in all sands,
but it has some gas. This well has been
closely watched for several days, and many
reports regarding its producing capacity
have been sent out.
Canonsburg Tho J. S. McNary well has
no oil or gas in the Gordon, and will be
drilled Into the fiftn. Eachel & RItcbies'
50-foot well at Venice, which Is standlug lull
of oil, is being tubed.
Marcus Lacey, who had been employed in
the telegraphic department of the National
Transit Company lor several years, died at
his home In GlenUeld yesterday. He was
well known and popular. A wile and three
children survive him. Lacey was a native
of Litz, Lancaster county. Pa.
Glen T. Braden, of Oil city, General Super
intendent of the National Transit Company,
was In Pittsburg yesterday.
The production or McDonald was 20.500
yesterday, tho same as the day before. The
hourly gauges of the largest wells at Mc
Donald yesterday were as lollows: Greenlee
& Forst's No. 2 Noble heirs, 30; No. 6
Mm shall, 40. The estimated production was
20,500; stock in field, 45,500.
Ituns and SMpinents Thursday.
The National Transit runs were 30,035;
shipments. 12,047. Runs of Southwest Penn
sylvania from McDonald. 73,870; ontside of
McDonald, 7,219; total shipments, 247. Buck
eye runs ofMacksburg oil, 4,535; shipments,
250. Buckeye runs ot Lima oil,
47,330: shipments, 30,332. Eureka runs,
13,781: shipments, 1,764. New York transit
shipments, 32,891. Southern Pipe Line ship
ments, 30,915- '
The runs or the W. L. Mellon Pipe Lines
on Tbutsday were 4,775; receipts from other
linos, none; total receipts, 4,775; shipments,
The runs of the Tidewater Pipe Line Com
pany on Thursday were 3,990; total, 70,076;
average, 3,185; shipments, none; total, 168,202;
Tho runs of the Western & Atlantic Plpo
Line Company Thursday were 4,723; ship
Tho Oil Market,
Range of the October option: Opening,
54c: highest, Uc; lowest, 54c; closing,
Refined oil New York, 6.10c; London. 49if8
4 13-16d: Antwerp, llf. .
Oil City, Sept. 23. National transit cer
tificates opened 54c; highest. 54c; lowest,
54Jcj closed. 54c; sales, 32,000 barrels: clear
ances, 33,000 barrels; shipments, 91,303 bar
rels; rnns, 64,450 barrels.
New York, Sept. 23. Petroleum opened
steady, and after small sales became dull
and remained so until the close. Pennsyl
vania oil, spot sales none; October option,
sales, 7,000 barrels; opening, 54jc; highest;
5ic; lowest, 51c; closing, 54c. Lima oil,
no sales. Total sales 7,000 barrels.
An ugly cough, even when it appears
deep-seated, can bo alleviated, if not imme
diately removed, by Dr. D. Jayne's Ex
pectorant, a popular and long-established
remedy for bronchial and asthmatic affec
tions, and for 50 years an approved helper
for all long complaints.
EXCUKSION TO NEWABK, N. J
To the German Catholic Convention of
The B. & O. R. B. will sell excursion tick
ets on September 24, 25and26,good to return
until October 3, at half rate.
Have yon a spare dollar? Deposit It with
the Peoplo's Savings Bank, 81 Fourth
Perfect action and perrect health resnlt
from theuseof De Witt's Little Early Risers
A perfect little plU. Yery small; very sure
0T THE BEST COX? AST.
Cleveland's liberal Friends In Canada and
Some of Their Records.
Quebec, Sept 2a SpeciaL Mr. Cleve
land and the Democratic party will doubt-,
less be flattered at having the active and
moral aid, and a warm place in the affec
tions, of the Liberal party of Quebec. The
chief Liberal organ of Quebec, L'EUcteut,
has entered upon an active campaign In
favor of tbe Democrats, and in answer to
the alleged letter of a French Canadian
Liberal, resident in Chicago, publishes a
strong article tending to show that Cleve
land is a friend of the Canadian Liberals,
and his party identical with theirs. Now,
it shonld intercest the friends Of honest
government in the United States to know
that the editor of L'EUcteur, who claims tho
Democrats as his political friends and his
party as theirs, is none other than Mr.
Pacaud, the confidant' of ex-Premier
Mercier, the alleged organizer of corruption
funds, who is asserted to have collected
8100,000 from a railway company for politi
cal favors to be obtained from' Mr. Mer
ger's Government, and JG9,000 from a sta
tioner to whom Mercier, it was said,
awarded a $300,000 contract for depart
L'Electeur't ostensible reason for appeal
ing for French-Cana'lian votes for Cleve
land is not calculated to bear much fruit
It argues that Cleveland's success will
mean a lowering of those protective duties,
which, as the French-Canadian employes of
New England factories so well know, en
able the manufacturers to furnish them with
work and pay them reasonable wages.
TOLLS ON FBEIGHT FH0M CANADA.
A Circular From Assistant Secretary Spauld
ing Tells How They Aro to Bo Levied.
Washington, Sept 23. Assistant Sec
retary Spaulding has issued a circular to
customs officers on the Northern frontier,
announcing the snspension pending further
investigating of the circular issued Septem
ber 10 last in regard to tolls on freight
shipped to ports in the United States via
St Mary's Palls CanaL The provisions of
the circular thus suspened are as follows:
Tolls, as prescribed by tho department's
circular No. 145, oflS2, will be collected in
the case or vessels passing through St.
Mary's Falls Canal consigned to American
ports, but whose manifests stato that the
cargo is to bo exported to Canada, either to
be retained there or lor export thereto or
from a foreign country other than the
United States. When the manifest shows
that the final destination of the cargo is tho
United States or a foreign place other than
Canada via the United States, whether the
merchandise be subject to shippers' orders
or otherwise, the collector will issue landing
certificate accordingly, unless UDon investi
gation he shall find that the manifest was
made out with intent to dofraud the United
States or to conceal the true final destina
tion and that the tolls were properly paya
ble, in which case be will withhold his cer
tificate and take measures for the collection
of tolls duo.
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Smallpox is epidemic in Northern Guate
mala. A tvnical Jfalav house will be exhibited
at the World's Fair.
Edward Parker Deacon will sue for di
vorce now that ho is tree.
The Mexican Government has forbidden
railroads to increase their freight tariffs.
A combine of musical publishers has
been formed with headquarters at Cincin
nati. Tho Hoang Ho river in China has again
overflowed, causing great loss of life and
Thirty Areentino army subalterns have
been arrested for conspiracy against the
Italian soldiers near Palermo capturod
the notorious brigand Leonardo after a
Tho postofflce of Wcisser, Idaho, was
robbed or $1,900 worth of money, securities,
etc., yesterday morning.
Puerto Rico merchants have closed their
places of business as a protest against tho
tariff Imposed by Spain.
Three persons aro nnder arrest at Kan
sas City for embezzling $40,000 from the
American National Bauk.
Chicago liverymen have formed a trust
and have put the price of carriages during
the World's Fair parade dedication at $22
The crush of people on the streets of
Paris during the centennial celebration was
so great that sevetal people were trampled
upon and killed.
Dnrlng n recent typhoon at the Kin Kin
Islands, near Japan, nearly 5.000 buildings
were destioyed or damaged, 60 Junks were
wrecked and many sailors are missing.
Spanish speculators have maao attempts
to tamper Willi soldiers in the garrison at
Madrid with the view or bringing about a
fall of lunds through a revolutionary scaro,
but tho police frustrated tbe plot.
A dispatch from Vladlvostock, Russia,
reports the arrival there of four foreign ves
sels which were seized by Russian cruisers
on account of alleged unlawful sealing. A
fifth vessel is expected to arrive there
The F. 3f. B. A., Farmers' Alliance and
Industrial Union, National Farmers' Alli
ance and the American Federation of Labor
of Illinois, favor a consolidation in a bodv
to be known as tho "United Farmers and
Laborers or Illinois."
When the present term of the office of
Lieutenant General Underwood oxpiies,
next year, the "Army Headquarters" ot the
LO. O. F., with all the military offices except
those of department or State commanders
will be abolished, and each Patriarchs Mili
tant branch or the order will be placed
under the contiol of tho State Encampment
within whose j urlsdictlon it is located.
The Secretary of the Treasury has issued
a circular, in which collectors aro instructed
to reject on entry all invoices which do not
distinctly set forth the per so value of the
goods, and they will not permit a deduction
Horn the price so declared of any so-called
non-dutiable Items. If consignees do not
comply with the law in this lespect, tholr
consignments must be treated as unclaimed
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasanl
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures hahitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptahle to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and SI bottles j all leading drug
gists.. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAU
WUISVIUE, Kf,- t NEW YORK, tl.Y.
f JbVPy iwa!sgM&SSs?a
NO FUSEL OIL
It Is ft remedy, a tonic and not a beverage.
It stimulates tlio circulation, tones np the
Ufo, purifies the blood, gives brightness and
health to -women, strength to men, and is
being endorsed by physicians and the more
advanced thinkers. It is tho best remedy
for PNEUMONIA. Bear in mind that
Duffy's Pure Malt lias grown in popularity
for years, that it is acknowledged as the
only pure remedy of Its kind on the market
that it contains no fusel oil, and tliat it in
variably benefits all who InteUigently nse it
Get it from your Druggist or Grocer. Send
for pamphlet to
THE DUFFX BIAXT WHISKEY CO,
Rochester, N. V.
Now being made to our building for the easy
........., ... ...u.Hu DIUu vi. "' paper win
not be completed until October 15, until
which time we will offer the same low prices
made during our remnant sale. On account
of being so upset we must offer extra in
ducements to buyers, otherwise a great part
of our stock will be ruined if not sold. Next
year tho prices or wall paper will be higher.
Buy now you will save money. We pay 80
postage on samples of wall paper, which we
send free to any address. If the samples
were not tho best and our prices the lowest
this money would be wasted. We pay
freights on all orders or $3 or over. When
you come to tho Exposition call and see our
G. G. O'BRIEN'S
Paint and Wall Paper Store, 292 Fifth Ave.,
threo squares from Court House.
NEW YORK DENTISTS,
Corner Sixth and Liberty Sts.
Entrance on Liberty St.,
Best Set Teeth - - $8.00
sals a relief and sure cure to
tho Urinary Organs, Gravel
and Chronic Catarrh of the
The Swiss Stomach Bitters
toade mark, are a snre cure for Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint and every s pecies or in
digestion. Wild Cherry Tonic, the most popular prep
aration for oure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis
and lung troubles.
Either of the above $1 per bottle, or $6 for
$5. If your drmrglst does not handle these
goods write to WJL F. ZOELLER, sole M'tr,
Pittsburg, Pa. Ja2-57-TT8
ELITE PHOTO GALIEEl,
516 Market Steeex. '
CABINETS $1.00 PER DOZEN.
No stairs to climb,
ray-rrs Use the elevator.
.A romedy nsod for many years by an old
physician with gieat success. It is a per
fectly safo nnd reliable remedy and is suo
cessfully used as a monthly corrective by
thousands of ladies. Beware of imitations.
Ask for Dr. Mott's Tennyroyal Female Pills
and take no other, or enclose $1 and we will
maU you a box securely sealed in plain pa
per. Price $1 per box, six for $5.
DR. MOTT'S CHEM. CO.,
Sold at wholesale and retail by Jos. Fleming
4 Son, Pittsburg, Pa. deJl-rrs
" Sixth Street,
MENS' AHD BOY'S
Clothing on Credit
(Ready-Made & to Order.)
LADIES' CLOAKS & JACKETS,
Watches & Jewelry,
Gash Prices Without Security.
TERMS: One-third of theamount purchased
must be paid down; the balance in small
weekly or monthly payments. Business
transacted strictly confidential. Opta
dally, from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Saturdays
until u r. M.
W7 A Lv
PITTSBURG AND tAtfft ERfE HlrLR6AD
Company. Scliedule in effect MT ll. lfSi,
Central time. IttF.iBTrorCteTelMid.S. 00 a.m.,
l.U, .2, "9.45 p. m. For Cincinnati. Cnlearo and
bt. Louis. 'LSS. . p. m. ror Buffalo. J.COa. m.,
j.:o, S.isp. m. For Salamanca. g.00a. m.. !.,
9.g P. m. ForTounrtown and Sew Castle. 6.00.
8.00. 11.30 a.m.. "1.JS- W.30. '4.31. 9.45 p.m. For
Bearer Fall. e.00. 7.00, .00, 11.S0 a.m.. 'Lis, tan,
188.8.131.52. t.Ai p. m. For Chartlets. WSJ. J-SS,
.00, 18.43, 7.00. f.87. n.JO. 1.0 8.10, M.10, 11.80
511.45 a. m 12.10. l.Oa.t-OO, S.J0. 4.03, 14.20, 4,23,
.10. 5.20, '8.00. 19.45,10 p.m.
Abbivi From ClerelandV 6i0 a. m., 12i30,
6:15. 7i30 p. m. From Cincinnati. Chicago and St.
l.oul. 'O:) a. m.. 12 JO. 1O0 p. m. From But
falo. "6:80 1 a. m., 12il0, 9i30 p. m. From Salamanca,
130, 10:00 a. m.. iJO n. m. From Younzstoorn.
and New Castle. 6:80, p:2S, 10:00 a. m.. 'IVM,
slo. "7:80, 9:30 p. m. From Bearer Falls, 8:20 8:30.
7:1 'lOiOoa. m.. 'H:), 1:20, 8:18. 7:30. 9:J0p. m,
P.. C. A. T. tralni for Maiisflrld. 7:37a. m., 12:10,
4:05 p. m. For Esplen and Beeclimont, 7:37 a. m..
4:05 p. m.
P., C.4T. trains from "Mansfield. 7:81. 11:50 a.
m 2:87 p. m. From Beechmont. 7:81, lltfO a. m.
P., McK. 4 Y. B. a-DMAST-For New Haren.
3:20 a. m.. 3:00 p. m. For West Newton, '8:20 a.
m.. S:00,5:i5p. m.
ASBtVE- From New Haren, 9:00 a.m.. 4:07 p.
m. From West Newton, 6:88, "BiOO a. m., '4:07
For McKeeinort. Klliabeth, Monoomhela City
and Belle Vernon, 8:4a, 11:05 a. m., "4:00 p. m.
From Belle Vernon, Monongahela City. Eliza
beth and McKeeaport, 7:40 a. m., 17:55, SiOS p. m.
Dally. 13nndTf only. JTo and Croin New
UyTickt Office, 630 SmUha.ld 6treet
TO EUROPE MAI S"CIIAiniER(j 4 CO
No. MI Smithfleld it, represent all the
lines to the Continent, sell draft, letters ot
credit and foreign eoln; maka cable trans
lers and procure passports. Established la
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Queenstown and Iilrerpool.
Royal and United States Mall Steamers.
Germ'c Sept. 28,10:30 a ra
Teutonic, Oct. 8, 4 p m
Germanic, Oct. 26. V a.m.
Teutonic Nov. 2. 2pm
Majestic Nor. 18. 2pm
Majestic, Oct. 10, 3 p ra
From White Star dock, root of Welt Tenth street.
Second cabin on these f teamen. Saloon rates,
160 and upward. Excursion tickets on rarorable
terms. Second cabin. 140 and 845. Steerage from
or to the old country. 820.
Wblte star dram payable on demanrt Inalltns
pilnelpal banks throughout Great Britain. Apply
toJUHN J. MCCORMICK. 638 amlthdeld street.
Flttsbnrg. or H. MA1TLAND KJSK3ET. General
Agent, 2 Broadwar. New York. mr-JS-D
New York. Qneenstown and Llrerpool,
' From New York ererr Wedneadar.
City of Paris and City of New York,
10,500 tons each.
City or Berlin, City or Chester.
This line has discontinued carrying steerage pas
sengers from Europe.
rnojc sit toric:
City of Paris. Wednesdar. Sept. 28, 10 X. K.
City of Berlin. Wednesdar. Oct. 5, 4 p. M.
City of New York. Wednesday, Oct. 12. 10 am
City of Chester. Wednesday, Oct. 19, 4 r. M.
For rates of passage and other l-'onnatlon ap
plrto INTERNATIONAL NAVTOATIO i COMPANY,
Gen'l Agent. 6 Bowling Oreen, ..ew York, or
to j. j. Mccormick. i Bmitbneid it.. pm-
ALL .IDT lilZLSriE
lKll'AL MAIL STEAMS II I I'd.
GLASGOW to PniXADELPIIIA
via DERRY and GAL WAY. Tnemo3t di
rect ronte from Scotland and North and
Middle of Ireland.
Intermediate, $30. Steerage, S19.
STATE1 SERVICE OF
, ., AXIvAN tEWB
Lint.. J STEAMSHIPS.
MEW YORK and GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Oct. 6 State of Nebraska 10 A.M.
Oct. 20 State of California 10 A. it
Nov. 10. State or Nebraska. 9 a. m.
Cabin, $10. Second Cabin. $30. Steerage, $19.
Apply to J.J.MCCORMICK, C30 Smithfleld st.
OIL WELL SUPPLIES.
OIL WELL SUPPLY CO.,
91 and 92 Water Street,
After 19 Years of Trial,
Is Conceded to Be tbe Best and Safest Oil
HETEE VABIES IN QUALITY.
Cannot Be Exploded.
It is the Yery highest grade of refined po
trolenm, Irom which, in tho process of man
ufacture, orory Impurity has Deen elim
Elaine is free from benzine and parafflne;
it will nerer oblll in the ooldest tempora
tnre known on this continent.
In color. Elaino is sorlnsr-water white, and
Its "Are test" is so high as to make It as ah-
.A, ...!. .. ft. ... 411 . . tr. . n fr 1... ....
Harlns no dlsagreeubls odor, Elaine Is a
pleasant oil for family use.
Can Bs Burned in Any Petroleum lamp,
A POSITIVE PBOTECTION TBOlI LAMP
MAKES THE SAFEST AND BEST LIGHT
ELAINE! -T55S2f OIL.
100 Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in IS Tears
From 1873 to 1397.
Elaine Cannot Be Improred Upon,
WARDEN & OXNARD,
OR. E. O. WEST'S
NERVE & BRAIN
Treatment, ;uariitee'l ipeclUc for Hysteria,
Dizziness, Courulslons, Fits, Nervous Neuralgli.
lleadaehe. Nervous Prostration caused by the un
of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental De
pression, SoRentnir of the Drain resulting la In
sanity, decay and daath. Pro-nature Old Ate. Loii
of Power la-either sex, Invotuntarv Losses anl
8nermatorrhrea caused by orer-eiertlon of tin
brain, self-abase or orer-lndulrence: Eaca box
contains one month's treatment. 41.00 a Oox. JC
SU for 13.00, by mall.
WJC GUARANTEE SIX BOXET
To cur any ease. With each order received j
lx boxes we will send the purchaser oar written
guarantee to refund the money If the treatmeat
does not cure. Guarantees Issued only by Ktflb
O. STUOKY. Orunrlst. Hole Aeat, Nos. S431 aal
1701 Penn avenue, corner Wvlln avenue and Fultoa
street, Plttsburr. 1'a. Us btu ckl's liiarrboj
Cramp Cure. 23 and 50 cu.
DDK'S COTTON BOOT
A recent dlscoTery by an old
physician. Auccesvullu uea
monthly by thousand! of ladiet.
Is the only perfectly safe and
reliable medicine discovered.
Beware of nnprinclpled rtrmr
alsta who offer inferior medl-
rln.,lntl,.AAfthl. Ait far
Cook's Cotton BootCompodrd takt no substi
tute, or Inclose tl and 6 cents la postage in letter,
and we will send, tcaied. by return malL FnU
sealed particulars In plain envelope, to ladles only.
Address Pond Z.tly Company,
No. i risner Block, Detroit, Mich.
JOS. FLEMING 4 SON.
del7-ol-eodwk 412 Market street.
lx Emcr Jcxk 12, 1892.
Trains will leave Union Station, rittaburg
as follows (Eastern Standard Time):
3IAIN LINE EA8TWAW).
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestibule Cars
dally at 7:15a. m arrirlng at Harrisburavu U55
p. m.. Philadelphia 4:15 p. m.. AewY4fk7:oo
p. m., Baltimore 4:40 p. m.,WashlnKton55p.m.
Keystone Express dally at 1:3) a. m arrirlng at
Ifarrlsbnrr 8:25 a. m., Baltimore 11:15 a. m.,
Washington 12:20 p. m Philadelphia llr25 a. a..
New York 2:00 p. m.
Atlantic Eiprcss dally at 3:30 a. m.. arrirlng at
llarrlsburg 10:30 a. m.. Philadelphia 1:25 p. m..
New York 4.00 p. m.
llarrlsburg Accommodation dally, except Sunday,
5:25 a. m.. arriving at llarrlsburg 2:50 p. m.
Day Express dally at 8:00 a. m.. arrirlng at Har.
risburg 3:20p.m.. Philadelphia 6:50 p.m.. New
York 9:85 p. m., Baltimore 6:45 p. m Washing.
iuu 0:10 p. m.
Mall train Sunday only, 8:40 a.m.. arrives Harris,
bnrg 7:00 d. m.. Philadelphia 10:55 p. m.
Mall Express dally 12:50 p. m., arrlrfng at Harrb.
bnrg 10:00 p. m., connecting at llarrlsburg for
Philadelphia Express dally at 4:30 p. m.. arrirlng
at llarrlsburg 1:00 a. m Philadelphia 4:15 a. m.,
and New York 7:10 a. m-
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. dally, arrirlng llar
rlsburg 2:10 a. m., Baltimore 6:20 a. ra.. Wash
ington 7:30 a. m.. Philadelphia 5:05 a. m. and
New York 7:40 a. m.
Fast Line dally at 8:10 p. m., arriving at Hanl
nurg 3:3f) a. m.. Philadelphia 6:50 . m New
York 9:30 a.m., Baltimore 6:20 a.m Washing,
ton 7:30 a. m.
All through trains connect at Jersev City wita
boats or "Brooklyn Annex" forBrooklyn. N.T.,
avoiding doable ferriage and Journey through New
Johnstown Accom.. except Sunday. 3i40 p. m.
Greensburg Accom.. 11:30 p. m.. week aajs; 10:30
p. m. Sundays. Greensburg Express 5:1 p. m..
except Sunday. Derry Express 11:00 a. m ex
Wall Accom.. 5:25, 6:00, 7:40. 8:35. 8:50. 9:40, 10:30.
11:10 a. m., li:15. 12:50. 1:20. 2:30. 3:49, 4.-00, i-M.
5:15, 6:00. 6:45. 7:25 9:00, 10:20. 11:30 p. m., 12:10
night, exccptMondar. Sunday, 8:40. 10,30 a. m..
12:23. 12:50. 2:30. 4:30, E:30, 7:20; 9:30, 10 JO p. ml
and 12:10 night.
Wilklnsburg Accom., 5:25. 6:00, 6:15. 6:45, 7:00,
7:25, 7:40, 8:10. 8:35. 8:5ft. 9:40, 10:30. 11:00. 11:10 a.
m.. 12:01, 12:15. 12:30, 12:50. 1:20, 1:30, 2:00, 2:10
3:15. 2:40. 4:CO. 4:10. 4:25. 4:85. 4:50. 5:00. 5:15. 5:30,
6:45. 6:00. 6:3). 6:45. 7:25. 8:20. 9:00, 9:15, 10:29,
11:00, 11130 p. m. week-days, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5: SO. 8:40, 10:30 a. m..
12:25. 12:50. 1:30. 2:30. 4:30, 5:30. 7:20, 9:00, 9:30,
10:30 p. m., 12:10 night.
Braddock Accom.. 6:25. 6:00, 6:15. 6:45, 7.00, 7:25.
7:40. 8:00. 8:10, 8:35, 8:50. 9:4a 10:30. 11:00. 11:10,
a. m.. 12:01, 12:15. 12:30, 12:50. 1:20, 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
3:15. 3:40. 4:00. 4:10. 4:25. 4:30. 4:3?. 4:50. 5:00. 5:1).
5:3". 5:45. 6:10. 6:20, 6:45, 7:25, 8:20, 9:00. 9:45. 10:20
11:00. 11:30 p. m. week-days, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5:30. 8:00, 3:40. 10:30 a.m.,
12:25. 12:50, 1:30. 2:30. 4:30, 5:30, 7:20, 9:00, 9:30,
10:30 p.m., 12:10 night.
SOUTHWEST PENN EAII.TVAX.
For Unlontown5:25and8:3ia. m 1:20 and 4:25 p.
ON AND AFTER MAT 25. 1891.
For Monongahela City. West Brownsville and
Unlontown. 10:40 a. m. For Monongahela City
and West Brownsville. 7:35 and 10:40 a. m.. and
4:50 p.m. On Sunday, 8:55 a. m. and 1:01 p. m.
For Monongahela City only. 1:01 and 5:50 p. ra.
week-days. Dirosburg Accom.. 6:00 a.m. and
3:20 p. m. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
8:35 a. m.. 4:15, 6:30, and 11:35 p. m. Sunday,
9:40 p. m.
WEST PESJJSYLVANIA DIVISION.
ON AND AFTER JCXX. 20, 1802.
FromFEDEEAL SrREEX STATION, Allegheny
ForSprlngdale. week-days. 6:20. 8:4 9:25. 10:40,
11:50a. m.. 1:30. 2:25. 4:00. 5.-00. 5:43, 6:10. 6:20.
8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays, 12:35 and 9:30
For Butler, week-days, 6:20. 8:45, 10:40 a. m., 3:13
and 6:10 p. m.
For Freeport. week-days. 6:55, 8:43. 10:40 a.m..
3:15.4:01.5:00. 8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sun
days 12:35 and 9:30 p. m.
For Apollo, week-days. 10:40 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.
ForPaulton and Blalrsrille. week-days, 6:5a a. m.,
3:15 and 10:30 p. m.
arjf-The Excelsior Baggage Express Company
will call for and check baggage from hotels and
residences. Time -cards and full Information caa
be obtained at the ticket offices No. 110 Fifth are
nap, corner Fourth arenue and Try street and
CHA3. E. PUGIT. J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent
From Pittsbnrgh Union Station.
Irains Son by Central Time.'
Northwest System Fort "Wayne Hon te
DiPAhT for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
1.20a.m.,7.10 a.m., 123Q p.m., 1.00 p-m., 3.45
p. m., 111.30 p.m. Arrive from tame points : 12.C5
a.m.. 1.15 ajn., 6.00 ajn., 635 ajn., 5.55 p.m.
Oar art for Toledo, points intermediate and beyond
(rom same points: 1.15 a.m., t.35 a.m p3.4op.cl
Depart for Cleveland, points intermediate an
beyond: f(U0 a.m., 7J0 a.m., fLSO pjn.,
11.05p.m. Arrive from same points: x50a.m.,
fl-55 p.m., 5.55 p.m., -f6.60 p.m.
Depart for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellaire:
tG.10 a.m.. tl.30 p.m., tl.10 p.m. Arrive from samt
points : fiMX) a-m., -f 1.55 p.m., 6.50 p.m.
Depart lor New Castle, Erie, Younestovm, Ashta
bula, point intermediate and beyond: 17.20 ajn
H2J20 pjn. Arrive from same points: fl.25 p.m.
Dsfart for New Casfle, Jamestown, Youngstowi
and NQes, f3.15 p.m. Arrive irom same points:
Depart for Yoangstown, 1Z20 p.m. Arrive irom
Voungstown, G.45 p.m.
SontliTvest System-Pan UnndleRonte
Depart for Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St
Louis, points intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.m.,
'8.30 a.m., S.45 pjn., 11.15 p.m. Arrive from same
points: 20 a.m., 6.00 a.m., 6.60p.m.
Depart for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
and beyond: 1.10a.m., fl2.05p.rn. Arrive from
same points: 2.20 a.m., fS.05 p.m.
Depart for Washingtoty-ffl.lo a. m., f8.35 a.m
(1.55 p. m.,tS.S0p.m.,f4.15p.m.,t4J0p.m. Arrtve
from Washington, 6.55 a.m., 10 a.m., 8-60 a.m.,
Depart for Wheeling, 8.80 a. m., fl2.05 n'n.,
2.45 p. m., 6.10 p. m. Arrivb from Wheeling,
(8.15 a. m., f 3.05 p. m. 5.50p.m.
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Pullman Dining
Cars run through. East and West, on principal trains
ol both Systems.
Local Sleeping Cars running to Columbus. Gn
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p.m.
Time Tables of Through and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system,not mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Filth Avenue and Union Station,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket ofhees oi the Penn
sylvania lanes West of Pittsburgh.
Dully. tEx. Sunday. JEx. Saturday. Ex. Monday.
JOSEPH WOOD, E. A. FORD,
Geaenl Ibaigsr. Gaeril Iiseagtr Igtnt.
BALTTMOBE AND OHIO EATLEOAD- "
Schedule In effect Sept. JL ma. Ea,trn tw
C. Kaltlmore, Pnlla
delphla and New
York, g N a m and
-v aj p m.
8 SO. 8 00 a m. U Ilk,
880, 8 00, t3 30 a m,
Ji 10. M 15, Jj 09 and
9 20 p m.
JSB0,3Ca 3Oa mi
illO, 4M and iid
For Mt. Pleasant.
tBGuanais ouam;ji 10, ? iasnauupm. ,
For Wasblnjrton, Pa., 7 20. $3 10 and 49 38 a m,
4 CO, 14 44. TWpm.
For WheeUnir. "7 20, S3 10 and 30 a m, 4 0
"7 SO. 111:55 pn.
For Cincinnati and St. Louis. 1 20 a ra.
17 30 and 111 S3 p m. For Cincinnati 11 63 p m, Sat
For Columbus, 131 I n, 17 SO and 111 3
For Newark. 7 20 a m. T 30 and 111 C5 p m.
For Chlcaio. "7 20 a m and "7 30 p m.
Trains arrive from New York. Phlladelphla-Bal.
tlmoreand Washington, t 20am. :30pm. From
Columbus. Cincinnati and Chicago. S 30 a m. 3 4V
p m. From Wheellnu, 8 CO and '10 4S a m. 44,15;
s7 33 and 'S 40pm. -'
Parlor and sleeping- cars to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago. , '
Dally. Dally except Buuday. JSunday onlyv
ISaturday only. IDally except Saturday.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for and
check bargage from hotels and residences upon
orders left at B. X O. ticket office, corner Finn
arenue and Wood street, and 638 Hmlthlleld street.
J. T. ODELL. CIIAS. O. SCULL,
General Manager. Gen. Paw. Agent. J
ALLEOnENT VALLEY EAILWAY CO
Taklne effect June 2), 1C92. trains will
leave and arrive at Union station. Pittsburg, east
em standard time: Iluffalo express Leares at 8:29
a. m.. ai&Op. m. (arrirlng at Buffalo at 5:45 p. ra.
and7i20a. ra.)i arrlres a: 7:C3 a. m.. 6:35 p. m- Oil
City and On Bolt express Leares 3:00 a. m,, 8ii0 a.
m., ljSOp. ra.: arrlres 1:00, SiU, 10:20 p. m. Ein
lentos Leares 3:43 p. m. ; arrlres 10:00 a. m. "Kit.
tanning Leares :05 a. m.. 3:00 p. nu: arrives aiSl
a. 31.. 3:33 p. m. Braeburn Leares 6:60 a. ra..
12:06 p. ra., 6:3 p. m.. 6il5p. ra.; arrlres 40 a.
m 8:03 a. m.. litip. m., 7i40p. ra. Valley Camp
Leaves 10:13 a.m., 2:30, 9:30. 11:30 p. m.: arrlris
8:Ma. m., 130, 4:40. 11:10 p. m. Ilnlton-Leaves
7:50 p. ra.:arrlves9:)p. m. Sunday trains Buf
falo express Leaves 8:20 a. m.. 8:30 p. m.t arrlres
7:( a. m.. 6:15 p. ra. Emlenton-Leares .-03 a.m. t
arrlres 8:13 p. m. Klttannlng Leares 12:40 p. ra. I
arrives 10:16 p. m. Braeburn Leaves 8:30 p.m.:
arrives 7:10 p. m. Pullman parlor buffet car on
day trains and Pullman sleeping car on night trains
between l'UUburg and BuaVo. Ticket offices. No.
110 Fifth ar. and Union station.
DAVID MCCAKQO, JA1IE3P.ANDEE80N.
Gen '1 Snpt. Gen. Pass. Agt,
PITTSBUKO AND WESTEKN BAIL WAY
Schedule in effect Mar 15. 1891 (Central time).
LKDOt cor Anderson st, and ltlver ar.. Allegheny.
Depart fbr Chicago, 2o p. ra. Solid train wlta
Pullman sleeping car. For Kane, Bradford. 17119
a. m. For Clarion. t7ilo a. rd., tSiCOp. m. For
ToxDurr. "7110 a. m., tJiOO, t4:2Sp. m. For Buffalo,
Erie, Meadrtlla. t7:10 a. ra. For Greenville.
Slercer, GrOveClty. t7:10a-m.. 2i00 p. m. For
Akron, Cleveland, tliioa. ra., "2:00 p. m. For Now
Castle. 7(ll a. m., 2:00. tJ!03 p. m. For Butler.
t6!30. 7:10. 8:80 x ra.. "ZM. t4:3. tS:15 p. ra.
Trains arrive: From Kane. 8:43 p. ra. ; Clarion,
11:3? a. rn., 6:4Sp. m. : Fcxburr. t8:0S, 11.-30 a.
m.. 8;43 p. m: I Erie. 3i50 p. m. : UreenvlCa, ilor
cer, tll:30 a. m.. tl-XO p. m. : Axron. 11:6$ a. ra .
8:43 p. tn-iNeir Caatle, tsioa, 'litis i. m.. S:45
p. ro.tBntler. Wriiu. mSs, tll:0 a. m t3. :
p. ra. t tram Chicago, "ll ii5 a. ra.
Dally, tExeept Sunday.