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THE MTTSBtJKO DISPATCH, TUESDAY NOVEMBER, '.' 1, 1893."
THE RI6IITS.0F A HOST.
He Cannot Be Panished for Giving
Liquor to His Sunday Guests.
A SUPKEHE COURT DECISION.
Jndge Kcnnedj Talks Plainly to a Criminal
TIIE KEWS OP THE COUNTI COURTS
Nineteen decisions were banded down in
tbe Supreme Court yesterday. The most
interesting opinion was by Justice "Will
iams in tbe case of tbe Commonwealth
against Carey and three others. The de
fendants were Perkins detectives, employed
by tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company to
search for train wreckers in Lawrence
county. They sought to work up the case
by furnishing liquor to persons whom they
tried to make drunk. The defendants were
cent to the werkhouse for several months.
Justice Williams said: "This question is
based on the question of prohibiting the
use of liquors by a private citizen on his
own table on Sunday, or making it a
misdemeanor to furnish them to bis own
family or guests in bis own bouse. In the
title of tbe act of 1837 we leant that the
object is to 'restrain and regulate tbe sale
of intoxicating liquors.' There is no bint
at a purpose to restrain and regulate the
use of them by private citizens in their
own dwellings. It would not carry out th'e
spirit ot the law to close saloons on elec
tion day and allow candidates for office to
open up private rooms for the purpose of
treating voters, or to prohibit the sale of
liquor on Sunday and allow saloonkeepers
tn distribute it gratis.
the nights of a Host.
"But if for reasons of health or habit one
chooses to have for himself, his family or
his guests, liquor in his house, there is no
law forbidding him to do so. If the jury in
this case had found that the camp used by
the men was the defendants' home while en
gaged in the legitimate and important busi
ness they were engaged to do and that the acts
complained of were of hospitality and ex
tended to guests, they should have acquitted
them. The precise point now before us is
ihiit the criminal law of this State does not
make it a misdemeanor for a citizen to
drink intoxicating liquors in his own
house, or to furnish such liquors to his
guests," or to the members of his own house
hold. If the defendant can bring himself
within this rule he should be acquitted.
The judgment of the lower court is now
reversed and a new trial ordered."
Justice Mitchell delivered the opinion in
tbe case of Oil City against the Oil City
Trust Company. The suit was to recover a
municipal tax on banks for the years 1887
to 1890 inclusive and trust companies. The
court held that since the act of 1889, cities
of the third class have no right to levy
such a tax, the right existing only by ex
press legislation. In consequence he re
versed the decision of the lower court, en
tering judgment lor the citvlor?150, the
tax tor 1887 and 1888, and for" the defendant
as to the tax for 1889 and 1890.
A Jolinstown Flood Salt.
The case of Gill ajainst the Johnstown
Lumber Company, decided by Justice Hey
drick, is a peculiar case. It is one in which
Gill recovered in the lower courts lor a lot
of logs, which were swept away by the
Johnstown flood before they had been de
livered to the defendant's property. The
latter won their appeal.
The list of rendered is as follows:
Coclirnn vs Sanderson,
C P. Westmore-
lana county; amrmea.
James Kennedy vs C L.
Poor, C. P. Ve-
Board of Missions, etc., vs William Culp,
C P. Westmoreland: reversed.
John Elkin vs J. A. TImblln, C. P. Jeffer
John 15. Scott, for use, etc., vs E. C. Hough,
C I. Westmoreland: reversed.
Nancy Bair, administratrix, vs Frishkorn
Br ., c 1. Armstrong; affirmed.
Alex l.ittster vs Sarah Ltttster, C P. Indi
McKay's appeal, C. P. Washington; af
firmed. Williams, J.
Elmer Congle vs UcKr-e & Wilson, C P.
Commonwealth vs WorJr, appeal from
Jivroiicc county; reversed.
Appeal of Simcox from Yenanjro; re-ven-ed.
Commonwealth vs CRrey and same vs
same, Lawience; reversed.
Vel"h vs London Assurance Corporation,
C. P., Venango: affirmed.
Oil City vs Oil City Trust Company. C. P.
T, enan.o; reversed.
Brooks vs the Wire Nail Company, C P.
Jtrown vs Barnes, C. P. Clarion: reversed.
Thoinus vs Miller, C P. Armstrong; af
firmed. IlETDRICK, J.
GUI vs. the Johnstown Lumber Company ,
C P. Cambria county; reversod.
Walters Vs McElroy, C. P. Clarion; re1
IN THE CEIMIHAL C0TJB.TS,
A Woman Acquitted of Throwing Pepper
In a Friend's Eyes.
In the esse ot Hannah Wallace, tried
in the Criminal Court yesterday for assault
and battery on Mary Deerstein', by throw
ing pepper in her eyes, a verdict of not
guilty, but pay the costs, was rendered.
The parties live on South Thirty-fourth
street. Harry Graham pleaded guilty to
the larceny of a watch from B. L. House
man, at Braddock, and was sent six months
to the workhouse.
A nolle pros was allowed in the case of
Robert Wilkins, of McKeesport, charged
by J. C Emmons with embezzling the pro
ceeds, 15, derived from the sale of a sew
ing machine belonging to the Standard
Sewing Machine Companv.
James Clark, of McKeesport, pleaded
guilty to assault and battery on R. D. Clark.
He was fined $5 and costs.
Marv C Price, of McKeesport, was ac
quitted ot the larceny of a rent receipt
from Samuel Greenland, of Braddock.
Prank Dombrowsky was acquitted of
assault and battery on M. Wertlewsky, of
the Tenth ward.
PLAIH TALK TO A JTJBY,
Judge Kennedy Sets Aside a Portion of a
Criminal Conrt Verdict.
In the case of Elmer Seppe, tried for as
sault and battery on Samuel Prank, on
Hazel street, Judge Kennedy told the jury
the defendant had admitted hig guilt, and
the jury should find him guilty. The jurv,
notwithstanding, returned a verdict ot not
guilty and placed the costs on the prose
cutor, William Prank.
.At this Judge Kennedy grew indignant.
He ordered the part of the verdict relating
to the costs to be stricken off and said:
'"Gentlemen, I cannot understand how vou
came to return such a Ending after the'de
fendant had admitted his guilt and I had
told yon what your finding must be. I
imagined the iurv was sufficiently intelli.
gent to understand the Euglish language, i
j.t is ratner ancouraging to ootn common
wealth and Court to have jurors act in the
way you have done. I try to be plain in
my instructions and I think in this case I
was plain and easy to be understood. I
cannot understand how tbe jury came to
make such an egregious error.
The jurors received the lecture in silence.
Conflict Over a Sewer.
Attorney H. M. Scott yesterdav filed a
bill in equity in behalf of Braddock bor
ough against the school district of Braddock
township, Peter AVossick, James Gayley
nnd the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
The suit is brought to restrain the school
directors of the township from making a I
connection with a private sewer of Gayley'a
and the railroad company which empties
into the borough's sewers, the borough hav
ing refused to consent to the connection.
IN THE SUPREME COURT.
law and Order Society Suits Argued Con
siderable Interest Manifested In the
Cases Seeking to Kecover the Expense
or a. Sheriff's Fosse, '
The Law and Order Society cases against
the Sunday newspapers were up before the
Supreme Court yesterday for argument,
There were eight of them in number, all the
defendants having beea fined 525 before
Alderman Eohe for selling Sunday news
papers. The first case was that of Thomas
Matthews, 13Frankstown avenue, East End.
The others were: Theodore Suppert, 3515
Butler street; Joseph Beck, news agent at
the Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railway depot;
Prank Witt, Union news agent at the Union
station; Adam "Walter, a paper carrier;
Frank Turner, an agent at Union station; D.
S. Irwin, agent at the Baltimore and Ohio
station, and R. Brinham, another Union
station news agent.
The defendants had all been fined before
Alderman Rone; had appealed to Quarter
Sessions Court, and Judge Porter sustained
the judgment ot the Alderman. Attorneys
W. B. Iiodgers and A. M. Brown appeared
for the appellants, and William Yost ar
gued the cases for the Law and Order So
ciety. The attorneys in their verbal arguments
before the court were listened to attentively
by tbe Justices and a large number of spec
tators whose presence had been attracted by
the announcement that the arguments would
be made yesterday.
The other cases argued were: The bor
ough of Verona against the Allegheny Val
ley Railway Company, an action to compel
the company to remove a freight station
from a "piece of property over which an
avenue was to be laid out; Alex. M.
McCandless against tbe Allegheny Besse
mer Steel Company, an action to recover
money aliened to have been expended by
the plaintiff while Sheriff of the county
in the employment, subsistence and equip
ment of a posse to preserve peace during
the strike of 1889; the appeal of tbe Metro
politan Xational Bank against the Mer
chants' and Manufacturers' National Bank,
an action on a number of notes; Rosenhaur
Bros, against H. A. Batjar & Bros., an
action to recover the price of 15 barrels ot
whisky, about which there was a dispute as
to tbe title.
MART HEW OEDINAKCES.
ClUefs of Public Works and Safety Have
Dig Schemes on Hand.
In Common Council, on the call of the
wards, the following papers were" presented
Ordinances for changing the namo of Mc
Kee place to Ward streot, for opening Hamil
ton avenue from Frankstown avenue to the
cast city line, opening Dallas avenue. How
ley street and Lytlo street, for relocating
Morrison street and Claybourne street, for
fixing tlio grade of Coward's alley, for grad
ing Dallas avenue, fo'" grading and paving
Garden allev, for paving and curbing Bay
ard street, for grading, paving and curbing
and laying sidewalks on Hamilton avenue
and Howley street, for sewers on Picnio
street and Matilda street.
In Select Council Ordinances establish
ing the grade of Gem alley, from Atlantic
avenue to Matilda street: amending the oi
ainance relating to the use of smoke con
sumers, piovidlng for penalties tor viola
tions; establishing the giade of St. Clair
street, from Penn Wenuo to Bunker Hill
street; opening Whitney street, in McKee
Place,; re-establishing the grade of Baum
street, fiom Nesley avenue to Hebecca
street; establishing the grade of Atlantic,
from Liberty avenue to Cypress street;
changing the name of Vista street to Gra
ham street: repealing an ordinance for the
vacation of Hill stieet; prescribing the
rules and regulations for the removal or
gaibage, dead animals, etc; authorizing
the Chief of the Department of Pub
lic Satety to purchase a lot in the Fif
teenth or Sixteenth ward, and in the
Twenty-first ward lor use of the Bnreau of
Fire: authorizing the Chief of the Depart
ment or Public Safety to advertise for pro
posals for the removal of garbage, eta, and
proviamg ior an appropiiction ior ttie snia
collection -and removal; locating Mansion
streot from Second avenue to Glenwood
avenue; granting the Clinton Iron and Steel
Company right to operate an Incline plane
connecting its properties on both sides of
Carson stieet, Thirty-third ward; authoriz
ing the construction of a sewer on Chnunccy
stieet; sewer on Center avenue lroip Charles
street to Erin street: sewer on Craig stieet
from Ridge street to Alllquippa street; peti
tions for three lamps on i dmund street,
and for the vacation o; Hill stieet.
Frank Garvin's Trial Postponed.
Flank Garvin, the young newspaper
artist, was to have been placed on trial yes
terday for the murder of his wife, but his
counsel secured a postponement. T. M.
Marshall, attorney for the deiense, stated
that important witnesses were absent and
he wanted the case to go over. It was post
poned for two weeks.
A Question of Law Reserved.
In tbe ejectment suit of X. K. Sullivan
against Daniel Wenke and Patrick McBride
a verdict was given for the plaintiff, subject
to the opinion of the Court on a question of
law reserved as to the proper service of a
writ oy tne sueriir.
To-Days Trial Lists.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs
Moses Lafee, Jan Sekes, Annie Freeman,
John Megraw, Catherine Welsh, Mary
Urban, Charles Lowry, Amelia Williams,
Jackson Moore, Mary Bannerr, J. Zazlen
Rkey, J. J. Daly, F. McAlister, Daniel bailor,
John Thomas Patrick Bleigh, O. S. Wad-ell,
Charles L. Davis, Phillip Appel, Louisa
Harr, Mar Schoebel, Lizzie Jouuson.
Echoes of the Court Corridors.
Ahuie L. WniTE was granted a divorce
rrom Samuel F. White. Desertion was the
A vekdict for tho defendant was taken by
consent in tne case of S. A. Ford against J.
D. Weeks, an action on an agreement.
A VEitDicT for the defendant was given
Sesterday in the ojeotment suit of George
obinson against Alice Asbury and others
The eultof Albertina Be nil offer against
George and John Soeffort, to recover dam
ages lor slander and alleged false arrest, Is
on trial before Judge Stowo.
Ik the suit of Margaret Kennody ngalnt
Theresca Keller and Constable J. F. Hirers,
a landlord and tenant case, u verdict us
given for $50 lor tbe plaintiff.
The city of McKeesport yesterday enteied
suits against 45 property owners to tecover
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the assessments for paving Fifth avenue
from Market Btreet to Center street.
A verdict for the defendant was given
yesterday In the case of P. W. Murray
against Margaret A. Bright, an action to re
cover a commission on tbe sale of real es
tate. AttoehiyIL B. Beusot yesterday filed tbe
suit of Kaskel & Kaskel, of New Tort,
against Mrs. Jane L. King to recover $361,
The amount claimed is for hose, handker
chiefs, gloves, etc
Sjlmuxl B. Thompson and wife yesterday
entered suit against the Citizens' Traction
Company and O'Hara township to recover
damages for Injury to property caused by
changing the grade of tbe Freeport publlo
road in O'Hara township, opposite the plain
GTHNIHG FOE A SUPPEE.
Ninety-Six Nimrods of Tarentom Go Out for
a Match Hunt To-Day.
The true sports of Tarentum and vicinity
will have a match hunt to-day. Forty-eight
nimrods are down on the lists, twenty-four
on a side. Mr. James Staley is captain of
one contingent and Mr. A J. Malarky of
the other. The losing side is to pay for a
game supper at Hotel Kepler, Tarentum,
to-morrow evening. The ladies are not in it
The hunt began'last midnight and ends at
12 o'clock to-night, save lor the coon hun
ters, who began at 7:30 o'clock last night
and must close at noon to-day. The nim
rods had a match bunt some time ago, but
they fell to quarreling over the decision.
This time there is no chance for a row.
There is an ironclad agreement in black
and white. Mr. Staler has chosen Colonel
R. A. Travis as his judge and Mr. Malarky
Mr. James D. Wilson. These two have se
lected Mayor Samuel Weaver, of Tarentum,
as referees His word goes.
The game is to be delivered before mid
night to-night at the Tarentum borough
building. The Honorable Mayor of the
town will swear each man that the game he
produces was legitimately killed by him
self or partner, who also must be one of the
chosen men. The decision is to be made on
points, game counting as follows: Eagle,
100; lox, 50; coon, 20; woodcock, 15, snipe,
15; woodchuck, 10; 'possum, 10; pheasant,
10; large hawk, 10; large owl 10; small or
bird hawk, 5: gray squirrel, 6; quail, 5;
rabbit, 5; red squirrel, 4.
One article ol the ironclad agreement is
that the captain of the losing side shall
"confine himself to fish stories the balance
of the winter."
Freight Agents Meet,
The Pittsburg committee of freight agents
met yesterday. Those present declined to
say what was done, claiming that the busi
ness did not interest the public
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Lake Erie has resumed its peaceful as
pect. The poet Morris denies that he has been
otfeied the laurcateshlp.
The Columbus Historical Exhibition ut
Madrid opened yesterday.
A heavy sea still impedes the work of
resoue at the wreck of the" Ronmania.
Four diphtheria doaths occurred at tbe
Cleveland suburb of Xowburg Sunday.
Evidence has been found that the 4i
fires in Cleveland last week were caused by
The "Slum Sisters'1 is the name of a
branch of the Salvation Army just organ
ized in Chicago.
Tbe Carmaux mine strikers in France
have accepted the settlement and will re
sume work Thursday.
Each side in the cotton disDute in Eng
land is seeking to fix op the other the odi
um of commencing the threatened war.
The Canadian Railway's steamship Ja
pan arrived Sunday night from the Orient,
having made 17 knots all the way, beating
the trans-Pacific record with ease A ty.
phoon helped her.
A coal miners' house, near Dcs Moines,
la., burned yesterday morning and three
children were burned to death. A man
sleeping in the house was burned so that re
covery is impossible.
Police Officer White, of Tacoma, Wash.,
has received intormatlon from New Yoik
state of the death of his uncle, Morgan A.
White, and that he is one of ten heirs to a
fortune estimated at $2,000,000.
Tho solicitors for Thomas Neill, now un
der sentence of death in England for poison
ing Matilda Clover, has leceivod a cable dis
patch from Canada, stating that affidavits
showing that Neill is Insane have beou
mailed to thein.
Miss Emma C. Sickles, at the head of the
Department ot Indian Affairs in the World's
Fair Auxiliary, saj s that either the Indian
race must be accorded representation in the
councils ot tlie nation, or there will bo an
A wreck occurred on the Norfolk and
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.While delivering a tomperance lecture
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Marshal A. Phillips & Co., commission
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announce that they have tided over their
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A movement Is on foot to combine all
the papor manufactories or Canada. Eng
lish capital is behind it, and it is said the
combination will soon bo effected. It is
understood an export duty on spruce will
be demanded as a retaliatory mcasuie for
the McKlnley tariff on wood pulp.
The Catholic Church at Canton, Minn.,
where the miraculous window which is said
to have effected so many cures, has been
closed oy order of a church oommittee.
The window has boomed the town's trade
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The Central Chamber of Agriculture at
London will discuss to-day the holding of a
comerence of delegates from all parts of tbe
United Kingdom to consider the depression
in the agricultural industry. Meetings have
oeen neia in Liverpool, Manchester, mortn
ampton, Edinburgh and other centers, at
which in the voting on the question or hold
ing a national conference a wide diversity
of views was shown.
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contains one month's treatment, sl.03 a aoc -t:
six lor J5.00, by mall.
WJK GUAKANTEE SIX BOXE1
To cure any case. With each onlcr recolvO'l?
six boxes we will send the purohoser our wrlttai
guarantee to refund the money If the treatinsa:
does not cure. Guarantees Issued only by EUIC
U. 3TU0KV, Druggist, dole Agent, No. 2101 ant
1701 Penn avenue, corner Wylle avenue and Pulton
street, Pittsburg. Pa. Use Stu tk) ' Jjlarrhae A
Cramp Cure. 25and eta. Ja-ltu-eoda
I will send (seaiedl
FREE the reclne
that made a man of
me. It cannot fail to
care Varicocele. Sjost, Vigor and all results of India
cretlons or exresses. Address with stamp, WM.
UTJTX.EK, Box 147. Marshall. Mich.
FREF "A CRUISE IN A DICTIONARY,"
n little bonk. Illustrated and containing
Interesting Iact8 about snips. Call lor one
or send 'i-cent stamp. MAX SCHAJIHEUG
& CO., Foreign Hankers and Steamship
Agent, 627 Suiltlifleld St., Pittsburg, l'n.
Established 1SK. oc4 tts
WHITE STAR LINE.
For Qucenstown and Liverpool.
Royal and United States Mall bteamcrs.
Teutonic, Nov. 2. 2pmTentonlc, Nov. 30, 2pm
BrltannicNov.9.9:30 am Britannic. Dec 7. Sarc
'Majestic. Nov. 10. 2pm Malesuclccl4.l:30pm
llerji'c, Nov. 23. 8 aTnlGcrmanic Dec. 21. 7am
From White Star dock, foot or WestTcuth street.
'Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
toOand upward. Kxcurslon tickets on favorable
terms. Sccund cabin. 840 and 845. btecragu from
or to the old country. S3;.
W hlte Star "drafts parable on demand In all the
principal banks throughout Qreat Urltatn. Apply
foJOHtTJ. MCCUIUIICK, 6J9 Smlthncld street,
Pittsburg, or-H. MAITLAND KEKSEY, General
Agent, 29 Broadway, N. Y. ocH-d
New York. Quecntown and Liverpool,
From New ork every edncsdav.
City of Paris and City or New Yori.
10,500 tons each.
City of Berlin. City of Chester.
rnoM new toiik:
Cltv or Berlin. Wednesday.
Berlin, Wednesday. Nov.
3 P. M.
City or New York. Wednesday, Nov. . 9 am
City or Chester. Wednesday, Nov. 18. 3 P. it.
City or Paris. Wednesday. Nov. 23. 8 A. it
For rates or passage and other Intormatlon ap-
STEKNATKINAI. N AVIUM ION COMPANY.
GenH Agent. 0 Howling Green. New York, or
to J. J. MCCOIIMICK. -30 suiltbflcld st., Pitts
burg. ' Iv7-TT
Ki.YAI. Mall, i '- J.S.ll .
GLASGOW to I'll 1XA DELPHI A
VIA Dl.'UBY and GALWAY. Tne most di
rect route from Scotland and North and
Middle of Ireland.
Intel mediate, eJO. Steerage, slt.
STATE! SERVICE OF
I I M C- r AaVLAK IrNTt
LINE.. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK and GLASGOW
Via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Nov. 10 State pf NeDrasko. 9 A. SI.
Nov.'il. State of California. 8 a-ic
Dec 15 State of Nebraska. soos.
Cabin, flO. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, 119.
Apply to J. J.MtCOUMlCK, 639 Smlthfleld at.
SUCH WONDERFUL VALUES.
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THE -FINEST SHOES
At $2.00, $2.50, $2.90 and $3.00
FOR LADIES AND GENTS EVER SHOWN
EVERY SIZE. EVERY WIDTH.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
W. M. LAIRD,
433 and 435
NOVELTIES IN WALL PAPER.
One hundred rooms of the finest wall paper (some of which was made
expressly for us) that we will sell at less than the labor cost to make them.
Hand-made papers at 25c, 35c and 50c. We offer these patterns because
the Fall season is nearly over. They are in greens, yellows and all the pop
ular colors. None of these papers are less than 22 inches wide, many 24
and 30. A Tapestry paper, 30 inches wide, with 10 colors in it, at 31.50.
We have perfect finished, heavy stock, 22 inches wide, 1893 patterns, at
15c. This is a good opportunity to paper your home magnificently at less
money than cheap papers cost. A large force of skilled paper hangers al
ways on hand. Send for samples of wall paper. Sent free to any address.
G. G. O'BRIEN'S
PAINT AND WALL PAPER
Is Effect Junk li 1831.
Trains will leave Union Station, ntUburr
ns follows (Esstern Standard Tlmels
MAIN I.INJE EASTWARD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestibule Cars
dally at 7:15 a. m.. arriving at llarrisburgatl:5
p. m Philadelphia 4:15 p. m.. .New York 7i(X
p. m.. Baltimore 4:40 p.m., Washington 5:55 p.m.
Keystone Express dally at 1:2) a. m.. arriving at
Ilarrlsburg 8:2$ a. m.. Baltimore 11:15 a. m..
Washington 12:3) p. ni.. Philadelphia 11:25 a. m
Hew York 2.00 p. m.
Atlantic express dally at 3:30 a. m.. arriving at
Harrlsburg 10:30 a. m Philadelphia 1:25 p.m.,
New York 4 00 p. m.
Ilarrlsbnrg Accommodation dally, except Sunday,
S:25 a. ra.. arriving at Harrlsburg 2:50 p. m.
Day Express dally at 8:0O a. m.. arriving at Har
rlsburg 3:20 p. m., Philadelphia 8:50 p.m., New
York 9:85 p. ra Baltimore 6-45 p. in.. Washing
ton 8:15 p. m.
Mall train Sunday only, 8:40 a.m., arrives Harrls
burg 7:00 d. m Philadelphia !0:. p. m.
Mall jsxpress dally 12:50 p.m., arriving at Harrls
burg 10:00 p. in., connecting at Harrlsburg for
Philadelphia Express dally at 4:M p. m arriving
at Jlarrlsbnrf 1:00 a. in.. Philadelphia 4:25 a. m.,
ana Xew York 7:10 a. m.
Eastern Express at7:10 p. m. dallr. arriving Har
rlsburg 2:10 a. m., Baltimore 6:20 a. m.. Wash
ington 7:3t a. m.. Philadelphia 5:05 a. m and
New York 7:40a. m.
Fast Lino, dally at 8:10 p. ra., arriving at Hairls-
Durg3:3u a. ra., rnuaucipiua a:ou ? m.. aeir
3:30 a. m. V
,9:30 a.m.- Baltimore 80 a. m
ion 7:30 a. in.
All through trains connect at Jcrsev Cltv with
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N. Y..
avoiding double lerrlage and journey through New
Johnstmn Accom.. excont Sunday. 3t40 p. m :
Gree isburg Accom.. ll:30.ii m.. weekdays; 10:3i
p. in. buitrtajs. Greensbjtg Kxpress5:lp. m.,
ijLceptbLnday. Derry .press 11:00 a. m., ex
Wall Accom.. 5:25, 6:00, 7:40. P:Z 8:50, 9.40, lu:30.
11:00 a. m.. 12:15. 12:53. 1:2U. 2:30. 3:10. 4:00. 4:50
6:15, h.01. 6:45. 7:25, 9:00, 11:20, 11:30 p. m 12:0
night, except Monday. Sui. ay, 8:40, 10.30a. m .
12:25. I":') 2:30, 4:3fc 5:30, 7:2U. 9:30, lOUO p.m.
and 12:10 Might.
WlILinsbur Acrom., 8:25. 6iOO. 15:15, 6:45. 7:00.
7:25, 7:40, 8:1". 1 :35. 8:50, 9:40, 10:30. 11:00. 11:10a.
m., 12:01, K:15. 12:30, 12:50, 1:20, 1:30, 2:00. 2:W
2:15, 2:40. 4:00. 4:10, 4:25. 4:35. 4:50, 6:00, 5:13, 5:,
6:45, 6:00. fll.O. 1:45. 7:25. 8:2i. 9:00. 9:45, 10:20,
11:00, Ili30 p. m. -ncek-dai. and 12:10nieht, ex
cept Mondiv. : unday, 5:J0. 8:40. 10:o0 a. m.,
U-a. 12:50 1:30. 2:30, 4:30, 5:30, 7: 0:00. 9:3a
30:30 p. m. i':i"' Igh .
Braddock Accom.. 5:25.6:00, 6:15.6:45, 7.00, .:25,
7:40. 8:00, 8:10, 8:35, 8l50. 9:40. 10:30. 11:00. 11:10.
a. m.. 12:01, 12:15. lidO, 12:50. 1:20. 1:30. 2:00. 2:30,
8:15, 3:40, 4.00, 4110. 425. 4:30, 4:35. 4:50. 5.00. 3:U
5:30, 5:45. 6:C0. 0:20, 6:45, 7:25. 8:20. 9:00. 9:4. 10:M
11.00,11:30p.m. week-davs, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Mondav. Sunday. 6:30, 8:00, 8:40. 10:30 a.m.,
12-25. 12:50. 1:30. 2:30, 4:30. 5:30. 7:20, 9:00, a:3H
10:30 p. in.. 12:10 night.
SOUTHWEST PENN KAII-WATT.
For Unlontown 5:25 and 8:35.1. in., 120 and 1:25 p.
For Monongahfla City. West Brownsville and
Unlontown. 10:40 a. m. For Monongahela Cltv
and West Brownsville. 7i3S and 10:4n a. m.. and
4:50p.m. On Sunday. 8:55 a. m. and 1:01 p. m.
For Monongahela Cltv only. 1:01 and V50p. ro.
week-days. D'avosburg Accom., 6:00 a.m. and
?:20 . m. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
8 35 c m.. 4:15, 6:30. and 11:35 p. ro. Sunday,
0 40 p. m.
WEST PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
ON A.VD AFTER Jtlir. J . 12.
From FEDERAL STREET STATION. Allegheny
For Sprlngdale. week-davs. 6:20. g:4 9:2k 10:40,
11:50a. m.. 1:". 2:25, 4:00, 5:00, 5:41, 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, weck-davs. 6:35. 8:4 10:40 a.m..
8:15. 4:Oi. 5:00. 8:ta 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sun-
For Apollo, week-days. 10:40 a. m. anrta.00 P. m.
ForPaulton ana Blairsvlllc week-days. 6:5aa. m.,
3:15 and 10:30 p.m.
ff-ThP Excelsior naEre r.-sprva. -...,,!.,
will call for and check hac-girp from hotels and
residences. Time cards and full .Information eaa
he obtained at the ticket offlees No. 110 Fifth av.
nue. corner Fourth avenue and Try streetaad
CI1A8.E.PUGH. J. R. WOOD
General Slanagcr. Gen'lPass'r Agent.
ALTIJIOKE AND OHIO P.AILUOAD
Schedulc In effect Sept
1892. Eastern time.
For Washington. D.
C Baltimore. Phlla
delphla and New
York, 8 00 a m and
9 20 pm.
6 50. "8 00 a m, tl ia
9 20 p m.
. For Connellsvllle,
8 50. '8 oo. Sa 30 a m.
SI 10. W 15, J ana
9 20 pin.
11 la. 14 15 and 00
PFor Mt. Pleasant,
lG50anas ooamtll 10, M loandjawpm.
For Washington, Pa., 1 3) and 19 30 a m, 4 OO,
14 45. 1 30 pm. -.-,-.
For Wheeling. "7 3) and 19 30 a m, i CO. V 30,
For Cincinnati and St. Louis. 1 20 a m.
17 30 and 11155 pm. For Cincinnati 11 55 p m, Sat
unlayonly. For Columbus. 7 20 a m. "J7 30 and U 5S
For Newark, 1 Mam, "7 30 and 111 55 pm.
For Chicago. "7 20 am and V 30pm.
Trains arrive from New York. PhlIadelpbIa.BaI
tlmorc and Washington, 6 20 a m. 1 30p m. From
Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago, 8 50 am, '8 40
p m. From heeling. 8 50 and 10 45 a m. 14 15,
57 Maud '8 40pm. i
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago.
Dally, luailv except Sunday. SSunday only.
ISaturdayonly. iDally except Saturday.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for and
cheek baggage from hotels and residences upon
orders left at B. A O. ticket office, eorner Fifth
avenue and Wood street, and 639 smlthncld street.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
General Manager. . Gen. Pass. Agent.
406, 408, 410
STORE, 292 FIFTH AVENUE,
FROM COUP.T HOUSE.
1-roi kwuiu un.on Mauou.
'1 rains Sun by Central lima.
North west System Fort Wayne Konte
DiraaT for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
1.20 a.m., 7.10 a.m., '1Z2D p.m., 1.00 p.m., S.45
p. m., 1110 p jo. Arrive torn same points : li05
6 45 p.m.
Depart IbrToledo, points intermediate and beyond:
trom same pomes: f 1.15 a.m., 6So a.m.. f6.45p.m.
DarART for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: flU" a.m., 7J0 a.m., tlO p.io
1105pm. ARRivBfrom umepoliits: "OOTa.ia.,
tlJ5p.m.,5XSp m..JJ0p nl.
Drpart for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Rellairet
IG.lOa.m, fl.30p.mtl 10 p.m. Arrivk from sai
points i 9M a m., tUw p.m., f6.50 p.m.
DcrART lor New Castle, Erie, Youngstown, Ashta
bula, pouits intermediate and beyond: 17.20 a.m.(
1 1 2.20 p.m. Arrive from same pouits: fl3 p.m.,
Depart Icr New Castle, Jamestown, Youngstowa
and NOes, 3 45 pn. Arrive from same pomts :
Depart for Youngstown, li0 pjn. Arrive from
Youngstown, G 43 p.m.
Sonthwest SyNtcin-Pnn IlnndlcRontt)
DarART for Columbus. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, points intermediate and beyond : 1.10 a.m.,
'8.30a ci ,8.4o p.m., '11.15 pjn. Arrive from same
Depart for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
and beyond: 1.10a.m., flZOup.m. Arrive from
same points: "-'-A a.m., fo.Oo p.m.
Depart for Washington, tC15 a. m., 18-15 a.nu,
fl 55 p. m.,t0p.m ,T4.45p.m.,t40p.m. Arrive
from Washington, 4(k55 a.m., 70 a.m., s50 a.m.,
tl0.25 a.m.,-r2 SSp m.,t 25p.m.
Depart for Wheeling, 'SJSO a. m., fl2 08 n.,
t2.45 p. m., 16 10 p. m. Arrive from Wheeling,
PntnA Sleu-ing Cars and Phiz-uui Diinrn
Cars run through, Last and West, on principal trains
of both Systems.
Local Sleeping Cars running to Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p. m.
Tr-i Tables ol Through and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, sot mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Fifth Ave-ce and U-iosi Station,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket offices of she Ptnn
lylvaaialines West of Pittsburgh.
Dally. tXx. Sunday. lEx. Saturday. TEl.lIesMter.
JOSEPH WOOD, E. A. FORD,
General iijr. Cciersl EEjer Irstt
PITTSBTJRO AND LAKE ERIE HATLBOJlB
Company, bciicdule In effect May 15. 1891
Centraltlme. Dipakt ForCljvelana. 8.00 a.r..
1.55. 4.20, 9.43p. m. For Cincinnati. Chicago and
bt. Louis, 1.55. 9.45p. m. or Buffalo. 8.00 a. m..
4. CO, 9.45p. m. For Salamanca. "3.00 a.m.. .U,
9.4op. m. For Youngstown and New Castle 6.00,
8.10. ll.S0a.ro.. '1.55. 53.3a '4.20. 9.45p. m. For
Beaver Falls. 6.00, 7.00, "S.00. 11.30 a.m., 'l.SS. 130t
4.2a 5.20. 9.43 p.m. For Chartlers. 15.30, 5.35,
6.00, 15.45. 7.00,7.37, V.50. V.W, 8.30. .lO, 11.30
511.45 a. m.. 12.10 1 00. 00. 3 30, 4.06. 14.20, 4.25.
.io. 20. "a-oa, T.43. io p. m.
ABKIVE From Cleveland- 6:30 a. ra- 12:30.
5:15. 7:T0 p. m. From Cincinnati. Chicago and St.
12:3a 1M p.
!Io. '8:30 a. m 12:30. 9:30 p. ra. From Salamanca.
8130, 10:00 a m.. V:) n. in. From Youngstown,
and New Castle. 6:30. 7:2S- '100 a. m.. 12:30.
3:15. 7:30L 9:30 p. m. rrom Beaver Falls, 5:5) "0:30.
7:25. 10:.a. m.. "I3rf. 1:20. 5:15. "7:31. 9:30 p. m.
P.. C. A. Y. trains for Mausfleld. 7:87a.m.. 12:10,
4:05 p, ro. For jplen and Beechmont. 7:37 a. m
4:05 p. m. ,
P.. CAY. trains from Mansfleld.' 7:31. 11:50a.
m., 2i.T7 p, m. From Beechmont. 7:3r, 110 a. m.
P., McK. A Y. K. B. DEFABT-For New Haven,
3:20 a. m.. "3:00 p. m. For West Newton, t:?) a.
m.. 3:00. 6:25 p. m.
Areivx- From New Haven. 9:00a.m., NiOT p,
m. From West Newton, 6:35. 9r00 a, m., im
For MeKeesport, Elisabeth. Monongahela City
and Belle Vernon. 5:411, 11:05a. m., 4iC0 p. m.
From Belle Vernon. Monongahela City, Elisa
beth and McKeesport, 7:40 a. m., 175, 5M p. m.
Dally. ISundays only. JTo and frtmt Hvw
;!Lr Xjcicetgfflce. 639 finHthllold Street.
ALLEQHENT VALL Y BATLWAT CO .
Taking effect June 28, 1892. train w
leave and arrivs at Union station. Pittsburg, esatj
ern standard ttme: Buffalo express Leaves at 6i-i
a. m., 8:50 p. m. (arriving at Buffalo at 5:45 p. m.
and 7:20 a. m.)i arrlyeaat7i05.m.. :S5p. nuj OH
City and DuBois express-Leaves 6:00 a. m., tdo a.
m., 10 p. m. t arrives liOD. 6:35, 10:30 p. to. Em.
lenton Leavas 3:45 p. m. ; arrives lOiCO a. m. Klb.
tanning Leaves OiCO a. m 5:00 p. m. ; arrives liU
a. m., 6:55 p. m. Braeburn-Leaves 6:50 a. ra.
U:05p. m.. 6:30 p. m.. eilSp. m, arrlyes 6:40 a.
m.. 8:05 a. m nap. m 7t40p. nu Valley Cam?
-Leaves 10:15 a.m.ri:30. t:a liao J- m.: arrives
6:40 a. m.. 12da 4i4a 11H0 p. m. .Hnlton Leaves
7 150 p. m. : arrives 9:20 p. m. Sunday trainsBut
1SIO UpiCSB-LCBTei Sin B. 1U-. V l. QJ.I (,
7ns a. m., 6:33 p. m. Emlenton Leaves 8:06 a.a.1
arrives 9:15 p. m. Klttanning weaves ii:su p. nu a
arrives iu:is p. m. raeourn ijeaveeviwp. m.i
arrives 7:10 p. m, Fuliman parlor Danes car i
.(Jilt Mlfi UJ. A U. .- -. uu.,u. .
day trains and Pullman sleeping car on night tr
Detween jriiuourg ana suiv. -ic-coi
110 Fifth ar. and Union station
JAMES P. ANDEBSOS;
PITTSBUKG- AND WSTEBN BALL WAt
Srhertnl m effest Mav 13. 1S92 (Central ttrn.L
Denot eor Anderson st. and Klvsr av.. AUeanv
Fenart for Cbloago. 2r00 p. m. Solid rrals) wlta
uUman sleeping ear. For Kane, Bradford, t7ll
a. m. For Clarion. 17:10 a. m 12:00 in, m, Fos
Foxbnrr. 7ilo a. m.. tltOO, t4i2Sp.m. For Bnflalcv
Erie, MeadTllle. t7:10 a. m. For GreanvUleT
Mercer, Grove City, tliW a. m.,T200 P. m. FosJ
Akron. ClsveUnd, TlilOa. m., 2:00p. m. ForNeV
Castle. 7ill a, m tin, tJiai p. m. For Batlea.
t:30.,7:10. tt:30a. m.. I:oa t4:Sw tilSp.m,
Trains arrive: From Kane. t6:41 p. m. i Clarion,
111:sn a. m.. t5:45p. m.: FezDurg. 19:05, tllrso a
m.. t3i45p. m.t Erie. :50p. m.: GreenriUa, Mer
cer, 111:80 a. m.. 13i50 D. m.tAxron. lltKa.sa..
K:p. m.iNew CaaUe. 19r06, HiMsa., &k
p. m'lButisr. IT r00, Tl&Ulia.aOsaii3
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