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krrny." PITTSBIIEG DISPATCH,
PASIOR AND PEOPLE.
A Wide Diversity of Topic3 Will
Be Discussed in the
MUTT PULPITS OF THE TWO CITIES.
1 Hit From "Which the M ost -Ctptlons
Can-Hake & Choice.
FEATURES OF THE ANHOUNCEHBSTS
A number of new pastors of the Method
ist Episcopal Church -will preach their ini
tial sermons to-morrow. A wide variety of
topici are announced by the clergy of the
In the City Churches.
V. P. Thirty-third Street, Bev. J. MoD.
Hcrvey, pastor 10:30 a. k. and 7:30 P. it
Evening, "Qulckentns or the Spirit."
Vrure Ekoltsh LrrnERAir, Grant street
The Iter. J.I SIbole, of Philadelphia, will
conduct the services at 10:30 a. k. and 7:30
Dnnrr M. E., Liconlerana Thirty-fourth
trroti, Jas. E. Williams, pastor 10.30 a. jl,
'Wnltinc; on God;" 7:30 p. k., "After "Death
' ElOHTH 6TBEST BnOSMKD PBIBBYTERIAW,
Ecv. D. Mc Agistor, pastor At 10:30, "Peter's
Vision:" at 3, "The Efficacy of Prayer In
Libxett Street MrraoDisT Episcopal
Pleaching at 10:45 a. M., and also in the
evening nt 7:30 by the new pastor, Bev. Ed
n aril t illlnins.
SE-nrrn PnrsBTTKMAir, Herron avenue,
Bev. O. S. McClelland, pastor 10:30 A.M.,
cominnnion service; 7:30 p. il, "Paul's Be
tircnent Into Arabia."
Third Presbyterian, Sixth avenue, Bev.
E. P. Cowan, D. D., pastor Services 10.45 a.
m. and 7:35 r. it. Evening subject, "JTilllng
Ills l'lace With a Better Man."
Sixth PnKaarrxBiAK, Franklin andTown
sond streets, Bev. J. F. Patterson, pastor
At 10.80 a. jc, communion service; -at 7:30 p.
jr., "Laborers In the Vineyard "
First TJaTTAitiAir, corner Boss and Dia
mond streets, Duquesne College building,
Kev. CE.St, John, pastor Service, 10:15 a.
11 subject, "The Church Militant."
Gracu Memorial, Arthur street, Bev. J. A.
Boyden, pastor Morning, 10:45. "Doing the
Will of God the Assurance of Entering the
Kingdom;" evening, "A Bow in the Cloud."
First U. P., Seventh avenue Services at
10:30 a. it. by tho pastor, William J. Beid, D.
Do "The Candle and the Bushel." and at 7:33
r. it. by the associate pastor, Bev. John M.
Brr. B. D. Masseli, D.D the newly an
notated pastor, will preach in the Filth
Avenue M. E. Church to-morrow (OotoDorS)
morning and evening. Besidence, 55 Locust
Fifth XT. P., Webster avenue Bev. J. W.
Harslta. the pastor, will preach at 10:30 a. m.
and 7.S0 r. M. Morning, "An Exhortation
to Constancy;" evening, "The Tempest
Grace Eetoritcd, corner Grant and Web
ster, Bev. John II. Prugh, pastor 10:30 A. st,
the Holy Communion; 3 o'clock this (Satur
day) alternoon, preparatory service and
baptism of babes.
Foccrn Ayexue Baptist, corner Boss
sttcet Tho pastor, IL C. Apnlegarth, will
preach at 10 30 A.M. and 7:45 P.M. Morning
gnhject, "Long Suffering:" evening subject,
"The Greatest Evil In the World."
SMiTariELD Methodist Episcopal, Bev. A.
C Ellis will preach his first sermon in the
chuich a9 pastor Morning subject, "An
AmDavsador in Bonds;" "evening, "Saul of
Tarsus." Usual services throughout the
St. Peter's P. E., corner Grant and Dia
mond streets, Bev. W. E. Mackay, pastor
Scrvicas at 10-.30 A. M. and 7:30 p. at. Sunday
school at 3 p. 11. Evening lectuie subject,
"Makers of the New World, or God in Amer
Seco:id PittSBTTEBiAir, corner Penn avenue
and Seventh street, ltev. J. B. Sutherland,
D. D., pastor Services at 10:30 A. M. and 7:45
p. H. Subject in the morning, "The Things
Hidden Irom Genius." In the evening,
pleaching by the Bev. C G. Williams.
Bev. Alexander Field, D. D., of Dervock,
County Antrim, Ireland! delegate from IrUh
General Assembly to the Pau-Presbyterian
Council, in Toronto, will preach at 10:30 A.
M. mid 3 P. N. in the First B. P. Church,
Grant street, Bev. X. Woodside, pastor.
SEVrcmi XT. P., Forty-fourth street Serv
ice to-morrow at 10.30 a. il and 7:45 p. m.;
preaching in the morning by Bev. J. G.r
Brown, D. D.; communion service alter
morning sermon; preaching in the evening
bv tho pastor, Bev. .1. D. Sands; subject,
"How Ileadest Thou," or "Diversity in Iu
teruietation." Christ Methodist Episcopal, corner of
Liberty and Center avenues Preaching at
11 a. si. by the Bev. A. H. Norcross, D.D.
Treadling at 7:30 p. u. by the Bev. G.W.Izer,
D.D. s-unday school at 10 A. v., Allegheny
Western Theological Seminary Chapel,
Bidge and Irwin avenues. Preaching at 11
. a. st b- tho Bev. G. W. Izer. D.D. Preach
ing at 7:30 p. 11. by the Bev. A. IL Norcross,
D.D. fcunday school at 10 A. it
Trixitt, Sixth avenue, Alfred W.Arundel,
rector Holy communion at 8:45 A. 11. Morn
ing prayer and sermon by the rector at 10:45,
subject, "Lessons Fiom tho Fading Loaf;"
oveninir prayer and sermon by the rector at
7:30, sulijrct,"The Decalogue' This is tho
first bermon in a Sunday evening series on
"Ihe Ten Commandments." A series of
Sunday morning sermons on "The Central
Idea oi Christianity' will be preached by
the rector during Advent, commencing on
Sunday morning, November 27.
Through the East End.
niociATTD Avesce U. T.. Bev. O.S. Mil II
gan, pastor Services at 11 a. M. and 7:45
Shadyside TJ. p., Center avenue, Bev. J. K.
McCluikin, I). D pastor 10.30 A. it, subject,
"At Jehus' Feet;" 7:45 r. x., "Paul's Seven
ForRTH PBESBTTEM-ur, Eveline street;near
Liberty avenue. Bev. William P. Shrom,
pastor Services 10:45, "The Church at
Work;" evening, 7:30.
Emort M. E. C. V. Wilson, the former
pastor, will preach in the morning at 11
o'olock. J. W. Miles. D. D., the Presiding
Elder, will pieach at 7:45 p. it
Dallas United Presbvtebiast Mission
Services by Bev. J. D. Irons In Connahan's
Hall at 11 a. m., "Barriers Eemoved," and at
7:30 p. 31., The Christian's Ideal."
St. Mark's Memorial Eeformxd, Xorth
nighlaud avenue and Harvard street, East
End, Bev. Ambrose M. Schmidt, pastor
Eervicos at 11 A. Jt. and 7:45 P. M.; evening
theme, "Christian Unity."
Shadt Avesue Baptist, Detween Fifth and
Bonn avenues, W. A, Stanton, D. D., castor
Services at 11 a. it and 7:30 p. 11. Morning
subject, "Whv I Am a Baptist:" evening
subject, "God Bless My Business," a sermon
for business people.
CnRisT LuTHERAir, Sheridan avenue, Bev.
J. L. Smith, pastor Lord's Supper at 10:45 a.
it, subject, "The Lutheran Doctrine or the
Lord's Supper as Seen Throueh Its Great
Foreshadow, the Passover;" 7:45 p. at, "Tho
World's Ignorance of God."
O aelahd M. E., T. X. Eaton, pastor At the
morning service the communion will be ad
ministered, and the evening hour will be de
voted to a song service, Jor which special
jncpa ration has been made. There will be
Inief addresses at each service by the
BELLErcxtD PREsBTTEniAs.'FIfth and Belle
flold avenues, Pittsburg The pastor, Bev.
HonryT. McClelland, will conduct the ser
vices. Ac 11 a. m. the communion, address
on "Tho Pharisee and the Publican:" at
7:45 p. x. the subject on the historical series
Eighth Presbtteriah, Bev. E. E. Donehoo
10:43 A.K., "The Larger Hope;" 7:33 p.m.
The Son or Man."
MT.WASHntoTos Bapttbt, George T. Street,
pastor Morning service at 10:30; evening,
'Sowing and Beaping."
Bixqham Street M. E., J. A. Ballantyne,
pator At 10-0 A. M.. "To the Work;' at 7:30
p. M., "Personal Service."
Waltok Methodist Episcopal Preaching
at 10:3'J A. m. and 7:30 p. M. bv the newly ap
pointed pastor, Bev. W. P. turner.
U-noar Baptist, South Nineteenth street,
Bev. J. W. Kiddle, pastor Morning, "Faith
Healing Examined." Evening, "The Con
version 01 Saul."
Mt. Washikotow Ustted Pbesetteriait, B.
H. Hood, pastor Services at 10:30 a. at, "The
mana toiiis eoiQiers." -
Mt. OLivrr Evaxoblioxl, Tulton street,
Bev. E. W. Blshel, pastor Preaehlnjt at 10-JS0
A.M. and 7-30 p.m.; text for moraine, "We All
Do Fade as a Lear"; for evening, "Deliver
Us From Evil."
DcQuisitE Heiohts M.E., Ber. W. H. Itoden
baugh. pastor Morning, "How Can 1 Best
Help the Church;" evening, song and praise
service by the choir. Epwortn League
prayer meeting at 6:45 P.M.
Secohd PaiannvE Methodtbt, Cobden
street, Southside, Bev. H. J. Bnokingham,
Jiastor; services at 19:30 A.M. and 7 p.m. Sub
eots, mornlns, "A Divine Interposition;"
evening, sixth sermon on "Evils of Modern
,6odthsii)e PRESBmBiAJf.corner Twentieth
and Sarah streets. Bev. F. Bl Farrand, pas
torServices at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 p. M. At
the morning service the Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper wiU be administered and new
members receivod. Evening subject, "The
Crown of Thorns."
Mt. Washikotox Methodist Pbotxstaxt,
Virginia avenue and Bingham street, S. F.
Crowther, pastor Services at 1020 a. at and
7:30 p. at Snnday school at 2:15. Workers'
meeting at 7 P. M. Morning, "Christian ref
lection." Eveniug. "The Bible, God's Suf
Maple Avenue M. E., A M. Schoyer.-traper-intendent
Snnday sohool services at 4 r. M.;
lesson, MDorcts Baised to Life."
SrxTnU. P., D. F. McGlll, pastor 10:30 a.
m., "Lost Opportunities;" 7:30 r. MM "How
Church People May Help Their Pastor."
Ppovtdeiice pRESBTTEBiAir, Madison ave
nue and Liberty street, Bev. W. A. Kinter,
pastor Services at 10:30 A. it, and 7-30 p. at
Xorth Presbtteriak, Lincoln avenue.
Service nt 11 a. at The pastor, Bev. John
Fox, D. D., will preach. "No evening service.
SecosdU. P., Bev. W. H. McMillan, D. D.,
pastor 10.30 a. at, "Tho Children of the
Church;" 7-30 p. at, "Possession by Con
quest." Eiaimi UihtedPresbtteriak, Observatory
nill, W. L Wlsbart, pastor Morning, "Hold
ing Fast to the Crown." Evening: "AJtoble
Central E. P., Bev. J.'W. Spronll, pas
torSubjects. 10:30., "God's Witnesses;"
S p. m., "Tho Bight Attitude lor a Christian,
to Maintain." .
McClure Avesue PBESBTmtiAir, Bev. S. J.
Glass, pastor At 11 a. m., "The Churoh the
Body of Christ:" at 7:30 p. at, "Prayer With
Alleghekt E. P., comer Sandusky and
No'rth Diamond streets, Bev. AT, J. Coleman,
pastor Preaching at 1020 A. at and 3 p. at by
NisthU. P., corner North and Grant ave
nues, J. B. J. Milligan, pastor Services at 11
a. at and 3 p. at, conducted by Bev. B. M.
faherrard, of Baldwin, Pa.
Sasduskt Street Baptist, Cyclorama Hall
Irwin avenue, Allegheny, B. F. Woodhurn,
pastor 1020 a. m.. communion service; 720
p. at, "Beligious ExDerience."
The New Church, Isabella and Sandusky
streets, Bev. John Whitehead, pastor Serv
ices at 10:45 a. at, subject. "The Sharp Sword
Going Out of the Lord's Mouth."
Nixon Street Baptist, J. S. Hntson, pastor
Morning.lOtSO, "Despise Not Prophesyingsj"
Evening. 7:3a. "Healing the Sick and Miss
ing the Dead. Sabbath school at 2 p. at
Central Presbttebiak, corner Anderson
and Lncock streets, Bev. S. B. McCormick,
faster Subject 10:45 a. at, "Quenchlnjr the
pirit;" 7:45 r. at, "The Kindness of God."
The Free New Church Society meets in
Caledonia Hall, 101 Federal street, at 10:30 a.
at Subject for Ootober 9, "The Harmonies
or the Divino Word When Viewed From the
First Christian, corner Arch street and
Montgomery avenue; preaching by Bobert
A. Cutler. Morning "The Good Thing
Which Nathaniel Saw." E-venlng "God
Mindful of Man."
First Cosoreoatioital, corner Franklin
and Manhattan streets.Allegheny, Bev. S.W.
McCorkle, pastor Subject or sermon at 10 30
a. m., "Immortality;" 720 p. at, preaching
and gospel meeting.
First Preebyteriajt, corner of Aroh and
South Diamond streets, Allegheny, Bev.
David S. Kennedy, pastor. Dedication ser
vice at 1020 a. it., 2 p. M. and 7:30 p. at To all
of which the friends of the church are cordi
Fourth U. P., Montgomery avenue, Bev.
Joseph Kyle, pastor 1020 A. M. theme, "Lov
ing and Praislne;" "7:45 p. at, "The Great
Controversy" Sabbath sohool at 2 P. at in
stead or 9:30 a. at Toung people's meeting
at 6:30 p. at; theme, "The Besurrection."
EnscoPAL Missiojf op St. John the Bap
tist, Morris Hall, Woods Eun and McClure
avenue, Allegheny Services to-morrow, as
follows: Sunday school at 10 a. at: celebra
tion of the holy communion and sermon by
tho Bev. A. D Brown at 11 a. m,; evening
prayer and sermon at 7:30 o'clock. Services
conducted Dy the Laymen's Missionary
League of the diocese of Pittsburg.
ATienmTnonlcatlons should bs addresses to the
Cress Editor, P. O. Box 483.
The nttaburg Chess Club meets at the Pittsburg
Library, l'enu avenue.
The Allegheny Clisji Club meets at Dr. Miller's
Hall, North avenue, Monday and Tharsday even
bolvers who understand the German notation an
requested to use It.
PEOBLEM NO. 245.
Composed for The Dispatch.!
jrrw. e. MrrcHuai, murpreesboro. Train;
Black: 6 pieces.
vmum vtuxa w
White: 8 pieoes.
White-mates in three mores,
PEOBLEM NO. 244
Composed for The Dlspatch.1
BTJOmr P. TRACT, OAXTOH, 8. DAK
Black: 6 pieces.
White: 8 pieces.
White mates in two moves,
PEOBLEM NO. 247.
One Of the three souvenir nroblema rtntH
catert to tho New York City Chess Club on
me occasion oi its nrsc annual dinner. Sep
tember 27, 1S92.
1ST SAMUEL LOTD.
Black: 9 pieces.
Marriage Suppers" 7:SJfr. at, "ChrUt'i
a . m
WMmk mm Hi
Wa B H 9
White: 9 pieces.
White mates in two moves.
GAME ENDING NO. 53.
White to play and win.
GAME NO. 160-PETBOFF'S DEFENSE.
The following interesting game was played
recently at bimpson's Ativan, Aionuon:
S. KtxP P Q 3
6.BQ3 Q K t B 3
7. Castles Bit 2
17. Q Kt 5 QXP
20. K III
It K 3 eh
14. Kt B 3
81. Q B 5 B ( K) Kt
27. KB 8 BKt7
80. BxPch KB1
31. KtK2 Black
Mates in two.
8PQ4orSPQ3, KtKB3;6PQ4, PQ4,
and we have a variation or the French de
fense. This method of attaok was adopted
by Dr. Tarrasch in the tournament at Bres
lau, 1SS9. It is itiveii by Jaeniscb, 1842, who,
however, preters the text move.
8EK1, ilKKtS. The moves up to thi
point aie the best that each player can mako
in the opinion of Teona e Pratica. Black
could here enter into the French defense by
retreating his Kt to B 3, with a move behind.
The validity or white's ninth move is doubt
ful. It i the usual move, however.
UBK6. White obtains, the advantage
here bv B K L
15 BxKc. Very good, if black replies with
PxB. White would then got tho best'of tho
gauies by Q to B 6 ch, followed by B to K 3
and Kt to Kc 5.
GEOBGE S. SOUTH.
The chess fraternity of the two cities
mourns the loss of one of its most useful
members in tho sudden and unexpected
death of George S. South on Sunday night,
October 2, Irom neuralgia of the heart. He
was an active supporter of the game, and
assisted materially in bringing it to its pres
ent stage of development in this vicinity.
One of the originators of the Allegheny
Chess Club, the strongest and most success
ful organization of its kind in Western
Pennsylvania, he acted as its Secretary and
was n member or Its Exeoutive Committee;
aud to his earnest anu untiring efforts the
club owns much of its success. Ho was also
one of the originators of the Pennsylvania
State Chess Association.
While he took a lively interest in nil mat
ters relating to the game, he appeared to
derive his chief pleasure in the problem de
partment. He was considered a good solver
andin solving contests was always icgarded
as a dangerous antagonist. In the local
solving tournaments his score invariably
ranked among tuo highest and best.
Personally Mr. South was one or the most
delightful of companlous, always good na
tured. always ready with pleasant repaitee.
His sudden and unexpected death has been
a severe shock to his many friends, who
sympathize deeply with the lamilyin its
The Brooklyn Chess Club hold it3 seventh
annual meeting on Saturday evening, Octo
ber 1. Mr. C. A, Gilberg was elected Pi evi
dent; W. C. Otterson and W. F. Eno, First
and becond Vice President: W.Duval, Treas
urer, and L. D. Broughton, Jr., becretary.
During the year 0 new men joined the club,
and a number of gifts weie presented to it.
Including sets of chossmen, books, maga
zines, etc The club Is in excellent condi
tion financially, socially and progressively.
Its prospects lor the ensulug year are of the
' The New York City Chess Club hold its
first annual dinner on Tuesday evening,
September 27. Three souvenir problems
were printed on the menu. They were by
5. Loyd, F. M. Teed and Emil Hoffman.
Among the invited guests were Charles A
Gilberg, Dr. F. Weintz.W. H. K. Pollock and
William Steinitz. Lasker's visit was the
subject of much interesting discussion.
The standard Union states that Mr. Loyd, on
Dehalf of the Mail and Express, offered $100
toward a prize tund to be given to the Amer
ican player making the best score against
Herr Lasker. Mr. Gilberg made a similar
offer In behalf of the State Chess Association
for the best scoro by a player in New York
State; and afterwards extended it to include
all players In the United States. Dr. Jentz
offered $1C0 toward a fund for prizes In in
dividual matches. Nothing definite was
arranged, but these gentlemen agreod to
meet and formulate a plan by which their
generous contributions could be used to the
Tho Baltimore Chess Association opened
Its fall season on Thursday evening, October
6, with an exhibition of simultaneous pliy
by Mr. W. A Scholfleld. It is proposed to
divide tho fall tournament into two sections,
each section playing only with its own
' In the quadrangular tournament at Belfast
Blackbuine and Mason divided the first and
second prizes, with a scoro of 5 points
each. Bird took the third prize with 5 tins.
Problem No. 230, Q Kt 7.
Problem No. 240, lc Q B 7.
Problem No. 241, Q It 8.
End game No 40: 1 BxKt oh, BxB; 2 QxP
ch, KxQ; 3 E B 1 ch, K Kt 1: 4 B B 8 ch, KxB;
SKtKtCch, KKcl;6BQ8cb, etc. "Tine,"
Game ending No. 49: (Black to play). 1 Kt
B 6 eh. K B 1; 2 E E 7, Kt B 4; 3 QxB cb, KtxQ;
Easy mating position No. 4; 1 Q B 8 cb, K
Q 3; 2 BxKt ch, etc.
Correct solutions to all except No. 240 re
ceived from E. McDongall, city; to Nos. 240,
S4L 40 and 1 from Otto Wurzburg. In Nc240
B Q B 2 is defeated by K B 4, and after 1 P Q
4,PQB4;2PQ5, B any; 3 B K B 8 oh, but no
mate. In No. 211 B K 6 is deteated by BxKt.
Additional con ect solutions to Nos. 238,
237 and 233 received Irom Otto Wurzburg,
Grand Baplds, Mich.
Important. Salvation Oil, the greatest
core on earth for pain, is only 85 cents.
Special Saturday Sale of Wrappers.
One thousand ladies' good quality flan
nelette wrappers, in latest patterns, lined
bodice and sleeves, fan yoke and luU xront,
with belt, easily worth $2,
Will be sold at only 98o.
One thousand Japanese flannel wrap
pers, with fancy yoito and wattean baofc,
lined bodice, lull lronc, with belt, cost $2 50
Will be sold at only $1 23.
1,000 ladles' best indigo or morning wrap
pers, fanoy yoke in tront and baclc, watteau
back and belt; regular price, $1 75,
Will be sold at only 93c
Equally great, yes, even greater bargains
than the above will be ottered to-day In
ladles' jackets, reefers, capes and suits.
Largest cloak department In town,
SEAL ESTATE'S AV1NG3 BANK, MJO.
401 Smlthfleld Street, Cor. Fourth Avenue.
Capital, 1100,000. Surplus, J75.000.
Deposits of .$1 ana upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. tts
See the novelties in men's fine neckwear
at James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Firth avenue.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A :: JES
ONE GORDON SAND WELL.
J. M. Guffey Drilled In a 20 Barrel an Hour
Producer la the Melse Pool A WUd
cat South of Willow Grove Has a
Showing' of Oil Southeastern Slsters
There were several .wells reported in the
sand yesterday, bnt none of them are mar
The only well of any size is J. M. Guffey's
No. 4, on the Shane farm, which was re
ported to be making 20 barrels an hour
from the Gordon sand. It is located about
a mile south and west of Willow Grove, and
is only a short distance southwest of the old
Melse No. l, ,
There was no change in the estimated
production or the McDonald field yesterday.
It is still 21,000 barrels. Thoro were two
wells dropped from the list of big ones.
They are Clarke & Co.'s No. 3 on the Free
man lot and Greenlee & Forst's No. 2 Mar
shall. Each went below 20 barrels an hour.
Greenlee Forst's No. 2 Noble heirs fell
from 35 to 25 barrels an Hoar.
The Florence OH Company shot it No. 7
on the Bobb heirs' farm, south of Willow
Grove, and last evening it wax making 27
barrels an hour. Their No. 6 on the Bobb
property should get into the Gordon sand
the last ot next week.
OU In a Wildcat Venture.
On the Miller farm, whloh is located over
two miles south of McDonald, the Florence
OH Company was six feet iu the Gor
don sand last evening, ana the well
had filled up L6C0 feet with oil. They
expect to get the bulk of any oil- the well
may produce in the fifth sand. It Is a rank
wildcat, and may open up a big block of
Tho Woodland Oil Company is down 1,200
feot on the Scott farm, two miles southwest
Fitzgibbons & Co.'s well on the Fisher
farm, which is located a mile and a half
north of McDonald, was in the Gordon sand
yesterday, and should reach the fifth Mon
day. The Devonian OU Company's No. 7 on the
Elliott farm Is due in the flith sand the first
of the week.
Duster Southeast of Slstersville.
Sistersville The pipe line rnns from this
field yesterday weie 13,901 barrels.
There was a good deal of disappointment
expressed yesterday over the report that
Apple, Mercor & Ca's well on tho Michael
farm, southeast of the town, is dry. This is
the third dry hole which has recently been
finished up in this direction, and seems to
cut off the pool to the south and southeast.
The Emery OH Company and Matson got a
200-barrel well in their No. 4 on the Whitteh
larm, on the Ohio side oi the river.
The production of McDonald was 21,000
yesterday, tho same as the duy before. The
hourly gauges of the largest wells at Mc
Donald yesterday were as follows: Forst &
Greenlee's No. 2 Noble. 25; Floience Oil
company's No. 7 Bobb, 20. The estimated
production was 21,000; stock In field, 46,000.
Runs and Shipments Thursday.
The National Transit runs were 26,742;
shipments, 16,022. Buns of Southwest Penn
sylvania from MoDonald, 16,441: outside of
McDonald, 6,399; total runs, 22,841; Buckeye
runs of Macksburg oil, 4,743; shipments,
433. Bnckeve runs or Lima oil, 37,691;
Bhipment;, 33,606; Eureka runs, J3.765; ship
ments. 2,514; New York transit shipments,
60.623; Southern Pipe Line shipments, 29,691.
The runs of the Tidewater Plpo Line Com
pany Thursday were not in: total for tho
month, 14,457; aveiage, 2,891; shipments,
not in: total, 30,658; average, 6,1&J.
The Western aud Atlantic Pipe Llneruns,
were 3,850; shipments, 2,679.
The runs of the W. L. Mellon lines on
Thursday were 4,379; shipments, 8 5S9.
The rnns from the Sistersvllle field were
Canonsburg OU Items;
The Manufacturers' Natural Gas Company
got a good well on the James McNarry farm,
In Peters township.
The Jefferson Gas Company is drilling a
well on a farm near the bpoor oil well. Tho
latter is said to be pumping 75 barrels a day.
The Philadelphia Company expects to
have their 16-inch line from the Llndon field
to tho Cook well, north of town completed
and the gas turned in by Saturday evening.
Good Well North of Noblestown.
Late last evening information was re
ceived from Noblestown that Guffey, Jen
nines & Co.'s No. 8 on the Herron farm, was
in the fifth sand and making 20 barrels an
hour. It la located north of Noblestown
almost a mile.
The Oil Market.
Bange of the November option: Opening,
BlUc; highest, 61Jgc; lowest, 61c: closing,
Befined oil New York, 6.05c; London, 45
4 13-16d: Antwerp, 13 f.
Oil Citt, Pa., Oct. 7, National Transit cer
tificates opened at !)q; highest, 51c; low
est. 61Jc; closed, 61Jc. Sales, 20,000 barrels;
clearances, 150 000 barrels; shipments, 102,031
barrels: runs, 71,945 bariels.
New York, Oct. 7. Petroleum opened dull,
and continuod so throughout the day. Penn
sylvania oil, snot sales, none: November op
tion, sales, 6,000 barrels at 51c; Lima oil,
A SHOItT story by Grant Allen In THE
Hill's Pile Pomade ought to be used by
all sufferers from piles. Its curing effects
are not enough extoled or known. It's like
the Samaritan's Healing Balm a life and
health restorer, well meriting Victory's
Palm. Bev. J. H. K., pastor, St. Joseph's
Church, Cooperstown, Wis. A bona fide
guarantee in each package.- Price, $1 CO: six
packages $5 CO, by mail. For sale by Jos.
Fleming & Son, 412 Market street. sat
Watches Without Apparent Cause.
A great many of the best wntobes are con
tinually stopping or running irregular, to
the great annoyance of the persons carrying
them. This is caused by the watch becom
ing magnetized from dynamos or electrio
To those so annoyed, we wish to say we
have secured an instrument by which we
can remove the magnetKui while you wait.
Geo. W. Bigos & Co.,
C01 Smlthfleld street,
Corner Sixth avenue.
Winter underwear for ladies.
Winter underwear for gentlemen.
Winter underwear for girls.
Winter underwear for boys.
Winter underwear for babies.
Best variety I Best qualities i
Lowest prices I
EM, 506 and 608 Market street.
Latest creations or Halsoy & Francois, of
New York, Linii Faulkner and others, of
Paris, at hair price asked bv other dealers.
Come ana see. E. S. Giles,
92, 91 ana 96 Federal street,
Don't Take the Risk
Of lire or thieves, but keep your valuable
papers, bonds, etc, in the sate deposit vaults
or the Farmers' Deposit National Bank, 68
Fourth avenue. Boxes rented at $5 a year
Struck It Blch.
The man who bought yesterday at our
great $10 sale saved a lot ot money. To-day
you have the same great chance. Don't
miss it. P. C. C. C, Clothiers,
Corner Grant and Diamond streets.
Special Kid Gloyo Sale.
250 dozen fine 5-hook French kid gloves, 73c
a pair, worth $1 25. Tans, browns and blacu
only. Bosesbaux & Co.
Ip yon want to meet your friends, you will
find them at the Hotel Duquosno 6 to 8
OU can save dollars by trading
at the MISFIT CLOTHING
PARLORS, si 6 SmftMeld st.
ARE YOU IN NEED
Of an Overcoat?
A Suit of Clothes?
GOME TO US I
We can show you a store of
Filled with the FINEST, RICHEST,
BRIGHTEST and MOST STYLISH
CLOTHING ever seen in'Pittsburg,
and the prices we charge
Than others ask for inferior styles
RIGHT NOW we are offering a
very fine ALL-WOOL KER- (TA
SEY OVERCOAT for ... . $
in blue, black, brown and gray, that
we feel safe in saying the equal of it
cannot be bought elsewhere for less
than $18. A perfect fit guaranteed.
OPPOSITE CITZ HALL.
I NEW YORK DENTISTS,
Corner Sixth and Liberty Sta.
Entrance on Liberty Sb,
Best Set Teeth - - $8.00
Now being made to our building forthe easy
handling of a large stock -or will paper vrlll
not be completed until October 15, until
which time tvo will offer the eame 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 of wall paper wUl bo higher.
Buy now you will save money. We pay 80
postage on samples of wall paper, which we
send fbze to any address. If the samples
were not the best and our prices the lowest
this monev would be wasted. We pay
freights on all orders of $3 or over- When
you come to the Exposition call and see ear
G. G. O'BRIEN'S
Faint and Wall Paper Store, 292 Fifth Ave
three squares irom Court House.
Is a relief and sure enre to
the Urinary Organs, Gravel
and Chronic Catarrh of the
The Swiss Stomach Bitten
nt ade mare, are a sure' cure for Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint and every species of in
digestion. Wlia Cherry Tonic, the most popular prep
aration for oure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis
and lung troubles.
Elthorof theabove $1 per bottle, or 6 for
$5. If yourdrnzgist does not handle these
goods write to WAL 7. ZOELLEB, sole M'lr.,
Pittsburg, Pa, Ja2-57-Trs
ELITE PHOTO GALLEET,
516 Market Btbeet.
CABINETS $1.00 PER DOZEN.
Ko stairs to climb.
my-TTa Use the elevator.
Wo eend tbe marveloTH French E
Remedy CALTHOS free, and a B
local Gaarantse that Calthos will j
l STOP Dliehcrze & Emtulont, I
- CURB KotrmstorrheA. Varicocele I
1 and UESTOBE Loit VIcor.
Use it and fay if satisfied.
Addrfi,VON KOHL CO..
Sals Antrim 1 ( CUcIumU, Okie. I
the erfatest dis
coveries of the centurr.
Kara. iDMdT. inn Cni for
mlw Rbeumatliru, Bncumatlc Uout, Syphi
litic BlieumatUm, Nkln disposes and IJrop
alcal tendencies. All cured promptly by this
remedy. It has cured hundreds, and will cure
where instructions are followed. Purines the
blood and regulates the system. Put up In .00
and J2.00 bottles. Catalogue free, with references.
DDK! CUESICAL CO., CAMBKinCE. O.
Company. Senednle in efTeet Mar IS. 1802,
.Central time. DxrABT rorCUnland.. 00 a.m.,
J.H, 4.30, K.iJp. m. ForClnelnnatL, Chleaco and
8t. Louis. 1.5S, .4Sp. nt. for Bnffalo, 1.00a. m..
.v, -v. w p, rn. or oaiamaaca. -9. w a. ra.. j.c
-P. m. ForYoungitown and Maw Cattle. 6,00,
8.00, 11.30a. m..,l.SS. 58.10. '4.M. 9.45b. m. P
Bearar Falls, 6.00; 7.00, 8.00. ll.Joa.ro.. 1.8S, 8.80,
4.20. 8.20, t.is p.n. Tor Charters. 55.20, 5.55,
00, J8.45. 7.00, 7.87, T.tO. 18.01, 8.80, "fc.io, 11.30
111.45a. m.. 12.10. 1.00, 2.00, J. 80, .05, 14.2a, "4. IS,
.10, 5.20, '8.00. H., 10 p.m. -- ""
ABiuvx-JTrora CleTeland. :J0 a. m.. I2:30,
5H5, 1iS0 p. m. From Cincinnati, Chleaco and Bt,
i.oul. 'SiJo a. m,. 12:30. 7:80 p. m. From Bur
falo. f.:S0 a. m 12 1. Si JO p. m. from Salamanca,
8:80, '10:00 a. m. 7:80 p. in. Prom Yonncstown.
and Kew Cattle. 8:30, 57:25. '10:00 a. m.. '12:30,
5:15, to, 9:80 p. m. Krom Beaver Pant, 3i20S:0.
7125, 100 a. m.. '12:30, 1:20. 5:15. J:Si, 9:80 p. m.
P.. C. A. Y. trains for Mansfield, 7:37 a. m., 12:10,
4:06 p.m. For Eiplen and Beechmont, 7:37 a. m
4:05 p. m. ,
P.. CAY. trains from Manifleld. 7:31. 11:50 a.
m.. 2:37 p, m. From Beechmont, 7:31, 11 JO a.m.
P., McK. Y. n. It. -DzrART-Por New Karen.
,:20.!Pv !3:0I- . ForWeitKewton, 8:20 a.
m., 3:00, 5:25 p. m.
AURIVE-FromXewHaven. 9:0Oa. m.. '4i07 p.
m. From West Newton, SdJ, 9i00 a. m., Usia
For McKeesport, Elizabeth. Mononjrb.e!a City
and Balls Vernon. "Brtu, 11:05 a. vs., '4iC0 p. m.
From Bella Vernon, Mononcahela City. Eliza
beth and McKeesport, 7i40 a. m., 17:55, '1:05 p. m.
Dallr. isundays only. ITo and from Xtw
City Ticket Office. OOOnmlthnalpVaireet
T7EEE "A CBUISE IK A DICTIONABY."
C a little book, illustrated and containing
interesting laots aoouc snips, cjall for one
or send S-cent stamp. MAX SCHAMBERG
& CO., 'Foreign Hankers and SteamBhip
Agents, 627 Smlthfleld Bt, Pittsburg, Pa.
Established i860. oci
WHITE SJAR LINE.
For Qneenstown and Iilrerpool.
Eoyal and United States Mall Steamers.
JJrlt'Ic, Oct. 12, 10:30 a.m.
'Majestic, Oct. 19. 3pm
Germanic, Oct. 26.9 a.m.
"Jii-ntonlc. Nov. i'. 2pm
Majestic Nov. 16, :pm
Germ'c. Nov. 23, 8 a m
Teutonic, Nov. 30,2 p m
From White btar dock, foot of West Tenth street.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
850 and upward. Excursion tickets on favorable
terms. Second cabin. 140 and mi. Steerage from
or to the old country. 20.
White star dralts payable on demand lnallths
niinelpal banks throujtfiout Great Britain. Apply
to JOHN J. MCCURMICE. 639 Smlthfleld street.
Pittsburg. orH. SIAITLAKD KER3EY. General
A (tent. tj Broadwar. New York. mya-D
JTew York. Qneenstown and Llrerpooti
From New York every Wednesday.
City of Paris and CItv of New York,
10,500 torn each.
City of Berlin, City of Chester.
Tills line has discontinued carrying; steerage pas
sengers from Enrope.
rr.oM siw torkj
City of New York. Wednesday, Oct. 12. 10 am
City or Chester. Wednesday, Oct. , 4 P. M.
City of Paris. Wednesday. Oct. 20, 9 A. M.
City of Berlin, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 3 p. x.
For rates of passage and other information ap-
NTERNATIONAf, NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Gen'l Agents, 6 Bowling Green, New York, or
to J. J. MCCORMICK, t3 Smlthfleld st. Pitts
KOYAL MAIL STEAMSBIPri.
GLASGOW to PHIIiADEIiPHIA
via DEEBY and GALWAY. Tnemost di
rect route from Scotland and North and
lllddle of Ireland.
Intermediate, S30. Steerage, S19.
STATE1 SERVICE OF
i i w e r A1VL,AN IrjWEJ
Llllb. j STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK and GLASGOW
via Londonderry evory Fortnight.
Oct. 20 State of California 10 A. Jr.
Nov. 10. State of Nebraska.... 9 A. M.
Nov. 24.... State of California. 8 a.m.
Cabin, $40. Second Cabin. $30. Steerage, $19.
Apply to j.j. Mccormick, cao smithtieid at.
OIL WELL SUPPLIES.
OIL ML SUPPLY CO.,
91 and 92 Water Street,
Af!er,I9 'Years1 of Trial,
! FAMILY SflFEGUAnD Oil
IConcded'to'Bo the Best -and Safes ton
F KEVEB TABIES IN QUALITY;
f Cannot Be Exploded.
r Itj the very hlghcit.grade of reflnedpe
trolenm. from which in the prooesa of man
ufacture, every impurity has been elim
inated. Blaine is free from benzine and parafflne;
It will never ohtll in the coldest tempera
ture known on this continent.
In color. Elaine li sprlng-watar white, and
Its "Are test" is so high as to make it as ab
solutely safo as any illuminant known.
Having no disagreeable odor, Elaine la t
pleasant oil for family use.
Can Ba Ennui in isj Petroleum lamp.
UOmiloajGailons ELAINE 8olHin-lYr
From 187to 18JS
Elaine .Cannot Be Impxoved'Upon.
WOOD'S . PHOSPHOniNE,
Tho Great Encllsh Bemedr.
Promptly and permanently
cures ah forms of Aervout
Weakness. Amission, aptr
matorrlieti, ,uipoteacv and
all fleets of Abuse or lir
:& years In thousands of
cases; Is Hie only KellabU
and Honest Medicine known.
.1. .4ii-rrfr fni- Wtmli
T t 1 . .. n....M,.nrv . Ifh. nff.H
,m worthless medleln " 'f "ietter Indwm
dl btt store. ln'lospK'M'le'ts Z'T,
-nd rrr ret"rn mail. Pric.eii?1?..?acK?5ujh?,&
M. On' ")f'f vlKiv: rt '"' teid"J "l """ "
plain '"ffi'jfClWjSilUjU CO. .
"ii. .:.".. i ..,. iiAtmif. Mica.
Soia in PltUbugrbv Q &
17-Sl-eodnk "u Hi Martet street.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED
The (treat Span
ish Kemedy, is
sold WITH A
W B I T T E N
to cure all nery.
'as Weak Memorv
nZVOn Am km I'l u Tngfl T.ns of ISralnPuwers
Wakefulness, Lost Jilnnhood. Nightly Emissions.
Nervousness. Lassitude, all drains and loss of power
of the Oeneratlrn Organs In either sex caused by
over-exertion, yonthful errors, or excessive use of
tobacco, onlumor stimulants. V nerpackareby
mallts for$3. With evsry ?3 onler we OIVE A
WllITTEN OUAIIANTKE TOCUKEorREFDNU
MONEY. Spanish Medicine Co., Md rid. Spain,
and Detroit. Inch. For sale b JOS. FLEMlNoi
SON. Pltuburg. ae24-2S-jrm
I will send (sealed)
FRISK the recloa
that made a man of
me. It cannot fall to
care Varicocele, Lost Vigor and all results of Indis
cretions or excesses. Address with stamp. WM.
BTJTIiEB, Box 147. JblsrabsUI, Mlchs
lIT ETTECT JCWB IS, 1832.
Trsvlns will leave Union Station, Plttsbnsj
ss follows (Eastern Standard Timeli
MAIN LINE EASTWAKD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pnllman Vestlbni, CAn
dall7at7:isa. m.. arrlrlna; at HafTi'iltMiaa
p. m Philadelphia 4:45 P.in..ew-York 7,09
p. m Baltimore 4:40 p. m..Washineton5A5pim
Keystone Express dally at 1:50 a. m.. arnrlajt at
Harrlsburt; 8r2S a. m., Baltimore 11:15 a, n
WasblnKton 12:50 p. m.. Philadelphia 113 a. o
New York 2:00 p. m. . ,
Atlantic Express dally at 3:30 a. m.; arrlTlnjrat
Ilarrlsbarg 10:Ma. m., Philadelphia 1:3 p. uu
New York 4:00 p. m. , .e
narrlsbnrc Accommodation dally, except Sunday
5:25 a. m.. arrlTlnjr at Harrlibur-2:5p p. m
Day Express dally at 8:00 a. m.. arriving at risr.
rlsbnre 3:3) p.m., Philadelphia 6:50 p. m.. NeT
York 8i p. m., Baltimore 6:4 p. m., Washlai.
ton 8:15 p. m. ,
Mall train Sunday only, 8:40 a. mi. arrives narnj.
burc 7:00 n. m.. Philadelphia 10 J5 p. m.
Mall Express dally 12:50 p. m., arriylnaat njrrls.
biir:il):00p. nu. connecting at Hanuburg tat
Philadelphia Express dally at .4:30 p. m.. srrlTlnj
at llarrlstmrar 1 0 a. m.. Philadelphia:! a. ra,
anaNew York7:10a. m. .
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. dally, arriving mm.
rlsburg 2:io a.m., Baltimore 8:20 a.m., Waja.
lneton 7:30 a. m.. Philadelphia S:0S a. m. aaj
NewYork7:Wa. m. , , . .
Fast Line, dally at 8:10 p. m.. arriving at Harrts
burg3:30 a. m.. Philadelphia 6:50 s. m., e
York 8:30 a. m., Baltimore 6rJ3 a. m Waanlnj.
ton 7:30 a. id.
All throuirh trains connect at Jersev City witti
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N.Y.,
aroldlng double ferriage and Journey through New
Johnstown Accom.. except Sunday. 3:40 p. m.
Greensbnrg Accom.. 11:30 p. m.. week days: 10:3
p. in. Sundays, tireentbnrg Express 5:lo p. m.,
except Sunday. Deny Express 11:00 a. m., ex
Wall Accom.. 5:55, 6:00, 7:40. 8:35, 8:50. 9:40, 10:30.
11:00 a. m., 11:13. 12:50. 1:50. 20. 3:40. 4:00, 40.
6:15, 6:0O..C:43. 7:25 8:00, 10:20, ll:30p. m.. 12:U
night, exceptMonday. Sunday, 8:40, 10,30 a. m.,
12:25. 12:50. 2:20, 4:30, 5:30. liil. :30. 10:30 p. m,
and 12:10 night.
WlUlnsburg Accom., 8:25. 6:00. 6:15. 6:45. 7:0
7:25, 7:40, 8:10. 8:35, 8:50. 9:40, 10:30. 11:00. lUlOa.
m.. 12:01, 12:15. 12:30, 12:50. 1:20, 1:30. 2:00, 2:33
8:15. 2:40. 4:00. 4:10. 4:25. 4:85, 4:50, 5:00. 5:15, 5:3C,
6:45. 6:00. 60, 6:45. 7:25. 8:50. 9:00, 9:43. 10:50,
11:00, lli3p. m. week-days, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5:30. 8:40. 10:30 a. m
ll-.a. 12:50. 1:30. 2:30. 4:30, 5:30, 70, 9:00. 8:30,
10:30 p. m., 12:10 night.
Braddock Accom.. 6:23. 6rt0, 6:15. 6:45, 7.00, 7:25,
7:40, 8:00. 8:10. 8:35, 8:30. 9:40. 10:3a 11:00. 11:19,
a. m 12:01, 12:15. 12ao, 12:50. ISO, 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
3:15, 3:40, 4:00. 410, 4:25, 4:30, MS. 40, 5:00, 5:15,
6:30. 5:45. 6:CC 6:20; 6:45, 7:25. 8:20. 9:00. 9:4S; 10:2(1,
11:00, 11:30 p. m. wcek-dars, and 12:10nlght, ex
cept Monday. Snnday. 5:30. 8:00, 8:40, 10:30 a.m.,
12:25. MiX, 1:3a 2:30. 4:33, 60, 7:20, 9:00, 9:30,
10:30 p. m.. 12:10 night.
SOTJTHWXST PENN KAILTTA.X.
EorTJnlontown53and8a. m., 1(50 and4Sp
"" 03T AJtD AFTIE MAY 25. 1801.
For Monongahela Cltv. West BrownsvUls ani
Unlontown. 10:40 a. ra. For Monongahela City
and West Brownsville. 7:35 and 10:40 a. m.. and
4:50p.m. OnSnnday, 8:55 a. m. and 1:01p.m.
For Monongahela Cltv only. 1:01 and 5:50 p. m.
week-days. Dravosburg Accom.. 6:00 a.m. and
S:I0 z. m. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
8:35 a.m.. 4:15, 6:30, and 11:15 p. m. bunoay,
9:40 p. m.
"WEMT PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
OS AND AFTER JUX K 20. ISC
FromFEDEKAL srEEET STATION. Allegheny
ForSprlngdale. week-days. 6:50. 8:43. 9:55. 10:40,
llOa. m.. 1:30. 2:23, 4:00. 6:00. 5:45. 6:10. 6:20.
8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays, 12:35 and 9:30
For Butler, week-days, 6:50. 8:45, 10:40 a. m.. 3:13
and 6:10 p.m.
For Freeport. week-days. 6:55, 8:45, 10:40 a.m..
3:15.4:00.5:00.8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sun-
dajs 12:35 and 9:20 p.m. .
For Apollo, week-days. 10:40 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.
ForPaultonandBlalrsTllle. week-days, 6:55a. m
3:15 and 10:30 p.m.
jjJ-THe Excelsior Baggage Express Company
will call for and check baggage from hotels and
residences. Tlmeeirds and full information can
be obtained at the ticket offices No. 110 Fifth ave--nne.
corner Fourth arenue and Try street ana.
CHAS. E. FUOH. J. B. WOOD.
General Manager. faen'lPassTAgent.
From Pittsburgh Union Station.
Irains Bon by Central lime.
Nor tliwent System Fort Wayne Konte
Dsfart for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
L20a.m.,7J0 a.m., li20 p.m., 1X0 pjn., 8.i5
p. m., I11JJ0 pan. Akrivk from same points : li0S
a.m., 11.15 ajn., b.(X) ajn., &35 aja., 5.65p.m
DsrART forTolcdo, points intermediate and beyond:
Irom same points: tl.15 aun., 6J5 ajn., -f8.15pja.
Dspaxt for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: ffl.10 a.m., 740 a.m., fl-30 pjn,
11.05p.m. Aaatva from same points: 5J0a.m.,
flo p.m., 5.55 p.m., -(6.50 p.m.
Dsfart for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellalre:
fC.lOa.m., flJOpjii., tl.lOp.m. Arkivb from aims
points : f9.00 a.m., flS p.m., fS.50 p.m.
Dstart for New Castle, Erie, Youngstown, Asata
bub, points intermediate and beyond: 17.20 a.m
t!2.20 p.m. Arkivz from same points: fL2S pjp.,
DsrART for New Castle, Jamestown, Yotmgitowa
and Niles, i.45 p.m. Arkivs from same points :
18.40 ajn. '
Dstart for Yonngstown, 1ZS0 pjn. Ajuuvk from
Youngstown, 6.45 p.m.
Son tli west System-Pan HnndleRonte
DarART for Cohimbns, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, pomts intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.m
'$20 a.m., S.4o p.m., 11.15 p.m. Arritb from sama
Depart for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
and beyond: 1.10a.m., tl2.05p.m. Aaxtva from
samepoints: 2.20 a.m., fS.05 pjn.
DsrART for Washington, f6.15 a.i m., f8.35 a.ra
from Washington, WJta a.m., 7i0 a.m., &Q a.m.,
tl05 a.m., flM?. m.,tb2Sp.m.
DsrART for Wheelmg, 8.S0 a. iru, tl2.05 n'n.,
t2.43 p. m.. 6.10 p. m. Arrive from Wheetaj,
t8.45 a. m., f3.U3 p. m. o0 p. m.
POUMAN SLEETING CARS AND POIXKAH DrmBO
Cars run through. East and West, on principal trams
ol both Systems.
Local Slxiwno Cars rmming to Coltrmbus, On
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Sunon
at 9 o'clock p. m.
Tihk TASLSSofThronghand Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, sot mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Fifth Avenue and Union Stacon,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket .offices of the Penn
sylvania Lines West of Pittsburgh.
Dallr. tEx.Sandar. JEx. Saturday. YEx.Xosdar.
JOSEPH WOOD, K, A. FORD,
Guoil suoigsr. Gezersl tassogsr Irct,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO EAILEOAD
Sehedole In effect Sept. 3, 1S92. Eastern timet
For Washington. D.
a. Baltimore, Pblla.
dalpbla and e
York, 3 00 a m an(
6 60. '8 00 a m, tl 19,
9 20 p m.
t 60, 8 00, is so a m.
41 10. U 15, t& 00 anil
fsjo, 8 0s. 58 30a m
110, $415 and
P?ir Mt. Pleasant
SJWandtS 00am;tl 10,.l475anflcpm.
For Washington. Pa., 1 SO, S3 10 and a m,
4 00, t4 45, "7 80 pm. .
ForWheeUng. 1 29. 3 10 and t9 30 a m. 'lOO,
For Cincinnati and St. Loots, n 20 a ra,
T7 30 and 111 65 p m. For Cincinnati 11 66 p-m, Sat
urdayonly. . ,,, a
For Colttmbus. 720 a m, 17 80 and 111
V For Newark. "7 20am, TSOand 111 55 pm.
For Cblcaao. "720amand"730p m.
TSln. arrtr. froS New York. PbUadelpUa.Bat
tlmore and Washington. 6 20 a m. S8O0 m. Froa
Cohimbns. Cincinnati and Chicago 8 30 a m. -8
p m. From Wheeling. S 60 and 10 45 a raJ4 15,
57 55 and '3 40pm.
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago.
Dally. tOally except Sunday. Sunday only.
ISaturday only. IDally except Saturday.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for n
check baggage from hotels and residences upot
orders left at B. & O. ticket office, corner Flttl
arenue snd Wood street, sad 039 fmlthfleld street.
1. T. ODELL. CHAS. ). SCULL.
Central Jlaaagtx Htsu Pass, Af wUi
Taking effect Jnne 26. 1892. trains wff
leave aud arrire at Union statldn. Pittsburg, east
ern standard time: Buffalo express Leave? al 8:2
a. m., 8:50 p. ra. (arriving at buffalo at 3:45 p. a
and 7:20 a. m.)t arrives a57:05 a. m.. 8:p.m. 01
City and DuBois express-Leaves 6:00 s. m., 3)
m., l;30p. m. t arrives 1.-00, 6:35, 10:3) p. m. Eia
lenton Leaves 3:45 p. m. ; arrives 10:04 a. ra. WJ
tanning Leaves 9:05 a. m.. 1:00 p. m. : arrives lis
a. m.. 5:55 p. m. Braeburn Leaves 6:50 a. m.
12:06 p. m.. 6:30 p. m.. 8:15 p. m.; arrives 8:W
m.. 8:05 a. ra., 1:46 p. m., 7:40 p. m. alley Csmi
Leaves 10:16 a.m.. 3:30. 9:30, 11 SO p. a.: arm;
It.iA. m 19.QI1 A.m 11. in , m Hn1tnn-TilTe
7isop! ml: arrives 9ii p. m. 'Sunday tralns-Bof
xaiocxpress L,eaTess:Aia. 10.. o:jp. m.t inn
7Ma. m.. 6:35 p. m. Emlenton Leaves 9 :05 a.m.
arrives 9:15 p. m. Kltunnlng Leares 11:40 p. m.
irrliu 10:15 p. ra. Braeburn Leaves 9:50 p. nt
arrives 7 no p. m. Pnllman parlor buffet car 0
day trains and Pullman sleeping car on night trs.s
between Pittsburg and Buffalo. Ticket offlcci. No
110 Fifth av. and Union station.
DAVID MCCAKGO, JAMES P. ANDERSON.
- G en '1 Supu Gen.Pass.Ag
PITT3BUKG AND -WTESTERN RAIL-WA
Schedule In effect May IS. 1882 (Central time)
Depot cor Anderson st, and Elver av., Allegli'O?
Depart for Chicago. 2:oo p. m. Solid train w"
Pullman sleeping oar. For Kane, Bradford, fh'
a. m. For Clarion. XJiVI a, m t2iC0 p. in. f'
Foxburg. 7iW a. ra.. 12:00, 14:23 p. m. For BnffsW
Srle, Meadrllle. T7H0 a. m. For GreenTllle
w n,n fMt-r 7,1(1 &. In.. T2rfln n. m. sc
Akrou. Cleveland, tTiiOa. m.. 2:QJp. m. Forei
Castle. "7tlla. m.. nioo. t:03 p. In, For ButW
t6i9, "7:K T9I30S. m.. 2:00, tS3. t:I3p.m. ,
Trains arrive: From Kane, t6:45 p. m. : Clano"
Mia . n t6:p. m.t Fcxbnr. 19:05, niM
'm., 16r45p. m.t Erie. t8:50p. m.: GrcanTtUa. M
cer, Ml:S0 a, m.. 00 p. m. : Axron. 115 a. m
i4p. m.:Nw CasUo. tr3J. 115S. m.. 2"
p. ro'tBntler. tTr. 19rf)5, 111:30 am-tfciJL'i"
p. ra.: Irom Chicago. 115 a, m,v '-
k Dslly. -tlxceptaundajrv