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r W, Wfi ir - 8 THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 'IT, 1889. GgSPiS"-S : SOT brv- $, ' :. -s y-ftf ' ,' f i- fe t- 3 FA 31 NO MOEE LICENSES. The Hopes of Refused Retailers Blasted by Adverse Opinions. JUDGES DECLINE TO INTERFERE. His Honor, Judge White, Gives Many Sea sons for His Action. OTHEEGESEEAL .NEWS OF THE COUETS The applications for retail license were refused yesterday in the Quarter Sessions Court Judge "White and Judge llagee read opinions giving their reasons tor re fusing to reopen the hearings, and Jndce Swing briefly adhered to his July opin ion. Judge "White, in his opinion, referred to having been compelled to hold the License Court alone; he had heard the testimony, granted the licenses, and is alone responsi ble. "With the light he had and his under standing of the law and his duty, he did the best he could. He bad nothing to repent or regret; he may hare made mistakes, for it is human to err. The Judge then re viewed the proceedings taken since the Li cense Court sat, including lhe appeals to the Supreme Court. Be said that he as acainst granting the present application. Many of the retail applicants were more worthy than the wholesalers, and he bad no doubt that some people were selling illegally, but he doubted if there were more than when 3,000 licenses were issued. He deemed it unwise to reopen the subject because there was doubt as to the power to do so; that it would greatly de lay business in.the Criminal Court; that grant ing 200 or 300 licenses out of 1.000 or 1.200 would only increase the dissatisfaction. lie ended by sajintjthat ir Judges Ewing and Magee disa greed with him he would cheerfully assist in granting as many more licenses as they thought proper. Judge Macce said if more licenses were to be granted it should Be upon rcheanngs in open court. He did not approve of the lawjers' proposition to decide byaJndge sitting in chambers. Public sentiment favored opening the court anew. Ills approval ot granting further licenses ias contingent upon this course being adopted. If the suggestion of coun sel be that the increase be made on the testi mony previously taken he did not assent to granting any further licenses at this term. Jndge White read an opinion from Judge Ewing to the effect that the opinion he had given in Jul v contained his reasons against the reopening. He still adhered to them. Judge White then said the applications were refused, and the case ended. Jndge White acam reiterated that he did not believe there were one-quarter as many speak easies as the newspapers represented. He said also that he knew that better men had been re fused licenses than some of the bottlers who secured permission to sell, but he couldn't help that. A DUDE'S RETIREMENT. Clair Gots Six Years to the Penitentiary Other Scntrnces Imposed. In the Criminal Conrt yesterday "Dude" -Clair and Jerry Mahoney were convicted of aggravated assault ana battery on Raphael Clagionfor beating him with a "blackjack." They had also been convicted last week of at tempted robber. Clair, on both cases, re ceived four j ears to the penitentiary and two years to the penitentiary. James Thomas pleaded guilty to the larceny ' of some shoes from John D. Scott, and was sentenced six months to the workhouse. William Hastings, for the larceny of $20 from "William Brawdy, as sent six months to the workhouse. Lethea Kinney, a colored girl, pleaded gnilty to the larceny of some jewelry and clothing from LjdiaCi Baldnde, ana was sent to the Reform School. Lawrence Lozini was convicted of assault and battery on his wife and recommended to the mercy of the court. The jury is out in the case of Henry Baker, tried for selling liquor in a prohibitory district, Glenneld borough. Thomas Graham was acquitted of the charge of attempted larceny. Elmira Ashton was convicted of the larceny of a dress from Ellen Coffey and was sent ten das to the workhoue. John Lamb, William Qninn, E. Carroll and John Patton pleaded guilty to larcenv. They had tapped the till of a store in Lawrenceville and stolen JS. CLEARED OF OLD DEBTS. Jadee Single Decides That Bankruptcy; Fro ccedincs Saves U'n, Kelson. Jndge Slagle yesterday handed down an opinion in the equity suit of "William Nelson against William C. Guffy. The case was a bill in eqnity Sled by Nelson against Guffy and the Sheriff asking for an injunction to restrain them from levying an execution for $12,44 on his property. Nelson was a member uf the firm of Blackburn & Nelson, who, in 1873, were declared bankrupts by proceedings in the United States Court and discharged from all indebtedness. The firm was indebted prior to that to Guffy for nearly $10,000. In 1S71 he en tered suit against tnemin Westmoreland coun ty, and obtained judgment. Before an execution could be issued, how ever, an order was made by the United States Court restraining the nroceedinps. on anronnt of Blackmore & Nelson having been declared bankrupts. Nothing more was done in the matter until 1SS7, when Guffy instituted pro ceedings to revive the old judgment in the conrt of Westmoreland county. Nelson being a resident of Allegheny county, and receiving no notice of the new suit, judgment was ob. tamed against him by default. Nelson's prop erty being in Allegheny county, a writ was certified to the Sheriff here for a levy. Nel son then learned of :t and filed his bill in eqnity. judge Slagle, in his opinion, decides the case in favor of Nelson, holding that the bankrupt proceedings cleared him of his old debts. He oiders a perpetual injunction to be issned re straining Gutfy from taking steps to collect the debt. In tne case of the Sheriff an injunc tion was refused for the reason that he is a court officer, and the Court w ould thereby be restraining itself.- Grand Jury Work. The grand jury yesterday returned a true bill against Samuel Morgan, constable of Beltz hoover borough, for extortion and misde meanor in office. Morgan is acensed of going to persons and representing that there were in formations against them and be wonld settle them for certain amounts. The other true bills were: George Jackson, John Kelson. John O. Slem intms. Wm. Wilson, aggravated assault and bat tery; Daniel K. Ward, cruelty to children and as sault and battery; Settle Wagner. nuisance; Win. Mohlcr. Samuel 11. obcrhelman, Clara hllden, K. bwolman. selling liquor without license and on Sunday; Joseph Sterne, larceny. The following bills were ignored: IJeorge Dorwort, John W Hllams. Joseph Mess ner. 1-dwanl Cook, aggravated assault and bat tery: Ella A. Lewis, iclonious assault: John Win ning, malicious trespass; Albert Jones. .Michael O'Donnell. larceny and receiving stolen goods: A. Coos:, selling liquor without license and on Punday: Samuel B. Oberlielman.rurnlslilng liquor to minors. - Trial Lists. COHJiojf 11.EAS No. 1. Morrlner vs Crawford; Campbell vs bcott township et al.; Hodge et al is Wilson; Wilson vs Hodge et al: Kelly vs Gwinner et al: Small is Ovcr holt; Thompson et al vs llcyer ct al; Chaffee vs Collins: Chaffee vs Chamberlain; Ingold ts Mc lieesport Light Company; Kodney vs Putnam ft al; O'Nell i. Lvman Tor gtc vs Mlcbolofskl: Cag hey vs Sillier Co.; Woerneris Cliartlers Valley Oa Company; Iamb, eiccutor. vs Collins; Wcl fal vs fehearer: Golden, executor, vs McLaughlin; GUsel sGcrIltz; Jones cl at vs ICaudolph. Common 1'leaf No. i-blioup ts McClearyct al: Clements vs WalUr; ltcese vs Pennsylvania Company ctal: Haushold is Aufreclit. CltlHlXAL OOCHT. Commonwealth vs Kobcrt Bruce; William White ct aL Jorn Yost, John Lamb. John Donahue, Jolin Peterson, Philip Keller, James Ollnhant, Adam I'isko. John lf sonetal, Wm Grant. Jolin Kennedy, Barney hcaulon. Antenl btancil, Ernest Fisher (2). Wm. McM.chaels, Thomas bullion. Prank Washington. The Audit List. Estate ot Accountant Sulzer, John B Sulzer, G. Kd. Gllson, K. F. Gllson, Margaret L. LashelL Jacob LashelL Georte A, Klllenger William..-. Mangold, Jacob Finney. William Kahncstock, It. L. ... Voskamp, hiiza Toner. Catherine..... blianer. Cornelius ..Klllengcr. Anna B. ..Mangold. Adam .Finney. Thomas U.etal. .Fahnestock. Ji. b. .Ustmau. Tlieo. .Moreland. 8. B .bhauer. Deborah hilimldt. il. Schrelber. Walbergcr men, .biic .... Schulty, Henry., lnnls. John U... Smut, Mary. lergnt, Thomas. .. ....Mcvenson. P. H. .Harrison, uaniei .Thomas, E. I.. .Turflev, George O. .Fergus, Isabella J. et al. W hat Lawyers Unve Done. The jury is out In the case of Mitchell ana Fahey against Charles H. Jerome, owner, and S. C Ruffner, contractor, an action on a mechanics' lieu. A TEMICT for $600 for the plaintiff was taken by consent yesterday In the case of Ed ward Smith against the London Assurance ) Company, an action on a policy. Saxuel Maxwell yesterday filed a suit against Howard Maxwell ana others for the partition of a lot on Ledlie street, Allegheny and eight acres of land in Moon township. The case of Thomas Boyd against James Getty, Jr., was on trial before Judge Ewing yesterday. It is a suit for architects' fees on the plans for a $35,000 hotel, or 2j per cent. The suit of George Rinaman against Walter G. Crawford is on trial before Jndge Collier. The snit is to recover property sold a't Sheriff's sale and bought in by Air. Crawford. The case is an old one. , Jury trials commenced yesterday in the Com-, mon Pleas Courts for the first time since the ad journment for the summer. Judges Collier and Slagle presided in Common Pleas No. 1, and Jndge Ewing In Common Pleas No. 2. A verdict for f 1,000 for the plaintiff was rendered yesterday in the suit of James W. Fleming against the Pennsylvania Company, operating the Pittsburg, Fort "Wayne and Chicago Railway. Fleming held a quarterly commutation ticket between Allegheny and Emsworth stations. One of the Drovisions printed on the ticket was that it was not good for rides between intermediate points. Fleming one day boarded a train at Woods' Run to go to Emsworth. The conductor refused to honor his ticket, and demanded fare. Fleming re fused to pay, was put off the train, and sued tor damages. Tno jury yesterday awarded him 1,000 damages, subject to the decision of the Court on questions of law. HE DIDST MEAN JI0EDEE. Deyhle Says tie Thought Gesswcln Meant to Do Him Dp. rSPECIAI. TELEGRAM TO THE DIBPATCTI.l New York, September 1C The funeral of Frederick "W. Gesswein, the manufact urer and merchant who was shot on Friday last by Inventor Christian J. Deyhle, was held to-day at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church, in Bedford avenue, Brooklyn. The interment was in the Lutheran Cemetery. Deyhle rciuses to see any callers in the Tombs except his counsel, Michael O. Gross. Deyhle's married daughter came from Phil adelphia to-day, and went to the Tombs. She was admitted, and when she and her father met he clasped her in his arms and wept. Another married daughter is ex pected to arrive from Philadelphia this wees, xioiu daughters are very poor. Lawyer Gross said to-day that Deyhle is a consumptive and cannot live" long. "Deyhle," Mr. Gross continued, "did not buy the pistol in New York with which he shot Gesswein. He had carried the pistol for 11 years when he came to New York. He had once been robbed of all the money he. had about him, and he was afraid it might happen again if he should come hero unarmed. He always carried the revolver in the outside pocket of his coat. He says he was afraid Gesswein was going to do him hard when Gesswein jumped up and put out his hands toward Deyhle. He says he did not intend to kill Gesswein. . SHE 0SLT ASKS FOE 25,000. Mrs. Russell rushing Her Salt Against Ibe Anbury Park Management. ISPECIAl. TELEGRAM TO THE DI8rATCH.l Elizabeth, N. J., September 16. Mrs. Elizabeth It. Bussell, of this city, has in stituted a suit for $25,000 damages against James A. Bradley, the founder of Asbury Park, for false imprisonment. The case is to be tried next month, before Judge Ship man, in the United States Court at New York. Mrs, Eusscll about a year ago was conducting a pharmacy at Asbury Park, and Mr. Bradley had her arrested on a charge of whisky being sold in her estab lishment on a prescription, without license. After her release Mrs. Russell brought a suit for damages against Bradley in the Monmouth Court, but the case, through some alleged irregularity in the pleadings, was dismissed. Mrs. Russell's lawyers have bow revived the suit, and notice of trial has been served on the defendant. TWENTI-TWO DAYS WITHOUT FOOD. Shipwrecked Bailors Drlvea Almost to Can nibnlism by Hunger. Auckland, September 16. The Tonga steamer AYainui has brought to this port the captain and crew of the British shin Garston, Captain Davics, from Sydney, N. S. "W., for San Francisco, which foundered in mid-ocean. The shipwrecked sailors were 22 days in an open boat without food or water. On the twenty-second day the men, driven to desperation by hunger and thirst, decided that one of their number mutt be sacrificed to save the lives of the others. They were casting lots to see who should be the victim, when they sighted Wallis Land. The natives of the island assisted the exhausted men to land, and treated them in the kindest manner. A mission boat took them to Tonga. FOE CONSPIRACY AND LARCENY. Two Indictments Bronsht Acalnst Eva TJnmllton and Her Friends. Isew Yobk, September 1C The grand jury to-day examined the witnesses in the Hamilton case, and afterward found two indictments, one for grand larceny and the other ior conspiracy against the trio, Mrs. Swinton.'Josh JIa'nn and Eva Hamilton. The indictments were handed to the court in Part 1, General Sessions, and Mrs. Swin ton and Mann will probably be called upon to plead. The principal witness before the grand jury was Inspector Byrnes. 3L4.LIEIOA A KING AGAIN. Ills Restoration to Power In Samoa Effected WilhontTronblc. Auckland, September 16. The latest advices from Samoa are that Malietoa was quietly restored to power and that he and Mataafa have gone to the Island of Manoa, where they will remain until the decisions of the" Berlin conference have been con firmed. The German Consul at Apia notified Taniasese that Germany was precluded from giving support to any party on the island.- THE PRICE TOO LOW. The Thomas Iron Compnny Refuses to Sell Oat for 83,500,000. Hew Yoke, September 16. It was officially announced to-day that the stock holders of the Thomas Iron Company had refused to accept the bid of $3,500,000 made for the property by 'an English sydlcate. The refusal "is wholly on account of the price, the stockholders believing the prop erty worth fully 51,000,000 more than was offered. Bnlenria Soon to be Free. Sofia, September 16. It is officially stated that the independence of Bulgaria will be proclaimed on Friday next. Sanford's Ginger for jfi cv "V. i s-vvr i.m J'SVI SANFORD'S GINGER Is tho Eeit of All Known Gingtrs. i? fl TB0UBLE IS BREWING. A Returned Missionary Says America Will Pay for Its Anti-Chinese Laws) With the Blood of Citizens China men Thorouchlj Aronsed, Chicago, September 10. Ber.Charles H. Fowler, D. D., of San Francisco, a Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, who has just completed a trip around the globe, this morning expressed tne belief that ten years hence America would pay for its anti-Chinese laws with the blood of her citizens. He occupied the entire session of the Methodist ministers to-day in speaking about his observations of missionary work abroad, the object of his trip being to per sonally inspect the workings of foreign mis sions. In speaking of the law prohibiting the Chinese from coming to America, Bishop Fowler said it was the most dastard ly and disgusting tning mat America ever did, "and," he said with a slow emphasis which was very impressive, "it will be paid for some day by the blood of somesof Amer ica's best m'en.:' He thought every Ameri can should blush for shame when he thought of the violation of the treaty with China, whereby Chinamen were refused permission to land on our shores. "China is not asleep," he said. "They talk little, but they think. In some of the in terior towns I met Chinamen who would surprise you by their knowledge. 'You 'lowed landee in China?' they ask. 'Yes,' I replied. 'Chinamen no 'lowed landee in Melica,' they reply; 'why you 'lowed come here?' One man said to me one day: Me no Clistian, or me sendee you way.' I tell you, they are thinking, and trouble is brewing. The greatest Prince in China said to me one day: 'We are looking after our home interest now. Ten years will put China in shape as to her interior arrange ments; then we wjll look after her outside interests.' ' "They are making great guns and iron clads, and are manning them. In ten years a country with one-third of the inhabitants of the globe will be ready to ask what we meant by trifling with her treaty." Too Can Get Photograph Better in quality, finer in finish, without a club ticket, and ior less money than any other gallery in Allegheny at the Standard Photo Art Parlors, No. 70 Federal st. Bring baby; no stairs to climb. Cabinets, $1 per dozen. Exposition. A handsome souvenir of the Exposition buildings given with every dozen ot photo graph's this week at Hendricks & Co.'s, 68 Federal st., Allegheny. Cabinets only 1.00 a dozen. "Visitors specially invited. The Great Western Bnnd Had their photos taken at the Standard Photo Art Gallery, 70 Federal st., Alle gheny, Pa. $1, Until October. SI. Mothers, bring children to Aufrecht's Elite gallery, 51C Market street, Pittsburg. Use elevator. Cabinets $1 per dozen, proof shown. Cabinet photos, 1 per doz Lies' Pop ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st, TTSu Its superior excellence Droven in millions of homes for more than a quarter of a century. It is used by the United States Government Indorsed by the heads of the great universities as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alnm. Sold only in cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. KEWYOKK. CHICAGO. 6T. LOUIS. my5-82-TTSeosu 15 DOCTORS FAILED To cure Mrs. Thomas Hatton, and she suffered on for 13 years. The aches and pains which she experienced in almost every part of her body were simnlv terrible. Those sharn. cnttinir pains across the small of her back and lower part of her body were almost unbearable. In fact, she suffered with all those diseases and conditions peculiar to women. For three months her mind was unbalanced, and for months she was confined to her bed. She be came very weak and emaciated, so that she only weighed 98 pounds. No one expected her to live, much less get entirely cured. After re ceiving three months' treatment from tho phy sicians of the Catarrh anil Dyspepsia Institute. 323 Penn avenue, she says: "The condition of my case was much worse than has been de scribed. It is over five months since I became cured, and no trace of the disease has since ap peared. I now enjoy good health and am very glad to testify to my permanent cure by the physicians of the Catarrh and Dvspepsia In stitute." Mks. Thomas Hatton, Putnam, Pa. MRS. DU. CROSSLEY, ladles consulting physician at the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Insti tute, 33 Penn ave. They euro Catarrh, Dys pepsia and Diseases of women. Consultation free to all. Office hours, 10 A. M. to 4 p. jr., and 6 to 8 p.m. Sundays, 12 to 4 P. Jr. selS-15o-Tis Hot Weather His. EEAM AKlNg j 'v'SPISfulLr vffifl yh fflf villi 1 'X trow! VV YV' I PEARS' SOAP is the MOST ELEGANT TOBLET SOAP I IW THB WORIiD. 1 jj Of all Jiruggists, but beware of (mitntioni& The farmer, and all exposed to the dangers of summer heat, should have at call a bottle of Sankord's Gikger, and thus provide a sure preventive and speedy cure qf ills arising from exposure to excessive heat, drinking of ice water, eating of unripe fruit and change of food, water and climate. This unrivaled summer medicine and travel ing companion is sure to check every disturb ance of the bowels, instantly relieve cramps and pains, prevent indigestion, destroy aiscase germs in water drunk, promoto perspiration, restore the circulation when suspended by a chill a cause of cholera morbus break up colds and fevers and ward off malarial, con tagious and epidemic influences. As a health drink with water, milk, Iced water, lemonade, effervescent draughts and mineral waters, it is superior to all others. Ask for SANFORD'S GINGER With Owl Trade Mirk on th Wrapper. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. j$UPfflGj Presents in the most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOU8 JUICE OP THE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative to perma nently cure 'Habitual Consti pation, and the many ills de pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. Itistheraostexcellentrcmedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is Bilious or Constipated SO THAT PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and 8TRENQTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, LOUISVILLE, KY NEW YOSK, N. Y. jy9-77.TT3 LIPl-ENCOTT'S NECTAR. Pure rve whisky. Our own manufacture, a yr. old, $2 00 per sal. or Me quart. 4 vr. old. $2 50 per gal. or 65c quart. 5 yr. old, $3 00 per gal. or 75c quart. 6 yr. old, H 00 per cal. or SI 00 per quart. 8 yr. old, 5 00 per cal. or tl 25 per quart. 10 yr. old, 46 00 per gal. (private stock) or 81 GO quart. 15 yr. old, 57 OOpergal. (private stock) or SI 75 quart. U. E. UFPENCOTT. sol-a5-TU 539 Smitufleld St., Pittsburg, Pa. Optical, Mathematical and Engineering In. struments and Materials. Profile, cross-section, tracing and blue process papers, tracing linen, etc Largest and best stock of Specta cles and Eye Glasses. KORNBLTJM, Theoretical and Practical Optician. No. 50 Fifth avenue. Telephone No. 1363. jy31-DSU WABNANT ACTION, FLOBERT RIFLE, 22 or 32 Caliber, same, as cut, S6 50. Double Barrel Breech Loaders, $7 up. Double Barrel Muzzle Loaders, Si up. Single Barrel Breech Loaders, S3 75. Single Barrel Muzzle Loaders, $1 75. Flobert Rifles, !2 00. Loaded Shells, 10 or 12 gauge, S2 00 per 100. S IvS'US VSSS.WiSSSSSia :KI. SPLIT'S, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smlthfleld. Send for our Mammoth Catalogue and Price List, free of charge. Bel5-TTS8a EXPOSITION COME AND HEAR THE MERRY SOHGS OF SCQTLAHD TO-HIGHT E-ve:r?;y-"bocL;y- Welcome. X)f ISSIOlSTr . ADULTS, 25c. ; . CHILDREN, 15c. NEW MILLINERY! The cool weather no doubt suggests to you that it is expedient to get a zlt:e"W" ciLiOJLieo Our stock in this department is simply immense, and we think, for variety and cheap, ness, is unapproachable. Look at the beautiful real Seal Flush, Satin-lined Jackets at $9 50 and 511 75. Cheapest ever offered in America. Elegant Seal Plush Sacques, 516, 518 75 and $22 50, worth 50 per cent more. Best values ever offered. High Novelties in Parisian and Berlin Tailor-made JACKETS, NEWMARKETS AND BRAIDED WRAPS, At prices that cannot be undersold, teed. Our new We mean Bon Harche Kid Gloves ! Pive hooks, 89c; seven hooks, 51. Every pair warranted, and our real French Kid, real Foster hooks; Premier, Superieur and Sublime are the best real Kid Gloves for the money ever offered. "We have the sole agency for Pittsburg. Our lines of Natural "Wool Merino and Scarlet Underwear are now complete and prices lower than ever. Look at the fiue JUbbed "Wool Vests at 75c; the Natural "Wool at 48c, 68c and 75c, all excellent values. Dress Trimming Department'overflowing with New Goods. Call and examine. eibavin m 510, 512,514 MARKET ST. I BOA -NEW .ADFKRTISE3IENTS. ALLEGHENY. TWO DAYS ONLY, Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 23 and 24, AT EXPOSITION PARK. P. T. BARNUM'S GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, Great London Circus, Wild Mooriih Carayan. Par" Olympia Hippodrome. Blact Wxrdt Tnt pf Illations. "A PERFECT REVELATION OF SURPRISES." Amazement, Astonishment and Mystification Depicted on the faces of all Visitors. Children delighted with Fairyland Wonders. BARNUM & BAILEY'S GREATEST EFFORTS REALIZED. A Sumptuous Feast of Dazzling Splendors. Rich Costumes. "Wonderful Features. High Class Equestrianism. Beautiful Displays. Remarkable Feats. Perfect Performances. Marvellous Attractions. Magnificent Exhibi tions. Fifteen enormous exhibitions Combined in one. 3 Full Circus Compenlet In 3 Rings. Special Elevated Stage Performances. 2MonsterMuseumsof Wonders and Curiosities 2 HerdB of Performing Elephants. 2 Droves of Arabian Desert Camels. 2 Troupes of Trained Imported Stallions. Great Mid-Air Displays of Reil Daring. Hosts of Fearless High-class Foreign Specialists 20 Pantomimic Clowns. 20 Animal Clowns. A whole Menagerie of Trained Beasts. 125 Breath-taking and Daring Acts. Everything New, Novel and Wonderful. Two Performances every day, at 2 and 8 P. sf. Doors onen an honr earlier. Admission 50cts. Children under a years, 25 ets. Great Street Parade Morning of Arrival of Show. Route as follows: South ave. to Allegheny ave., to Western ave., to Ohio St., to Federal st, to Isabella st., across Seventh st bridge, to Liberty St., to Smithfield St., to Water st, to Wood st, to Third ave., to Market st, to Sixth St., acroks bridge to Robinson st, to Anderson st, to Church ave.. to Union ave., to Ohio st, to Federal st, to Lacock st, to Exposition Park. As an accommodation Reserved Seat Tickets will be sold at tho regnlar price and Admission Tickets at the usual slight advance at E. G. Hays & Co.'s Piano store. 75 Fifth ave. 8614-31-15,17.19,21,22,23 OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS, bpecialty Correct fitting of lenses and frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Experienced Opticians and our own factory and workmen are our inducements. WU.E.STJBRM, Optician, 5U SMITHFIELD ST.,PITTSBTJRG, PA. fe2i27-TT3 se!7.71 " Our assortment is now complete, every shape and shade in hats, Bonnets, Velvets and Ribbons to match. Everything pertaining to Bonnet Fixings. "We start the season with an immense bargain, viz: Children's Felt Sailor Hats JTrimraed in all colors, sold everywhere at $1, but oflered by us at only 50c. Full lines of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets now in stock. Orders at shortest notice. Our Fine French Sprays for Corsage and Dress Trimmings, at 15c, worth 2oc. MAGPIE "WINGS, all cojors, only -5c. This is only a small sample of the many bargains in this department. to save you money. Perfect fit guaran- AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Come and See By i Far trie Most attractive stock of, Clothing ever within our walls. Stylish: full of painstaking; earmarks, of great care iq every point of manufacture; thoroughly reliable and costs no more than the clothing that's made specially to catch the eye. Merchant tailoring of first order: 2,000 styles of goods for your selection. Wanamaker & Brown, Sixth street and Penn avenue. MI7-D HOW T0SECURE GOOD TIN ROOF. Send to N. A G. Taylor Co. for a copy of their umiKvuiwuuuguu. 4uuu iteierences ana av Million Hquars feet Used Without a Single Com plaint, " Is Its abbreviated title. It itives t nil par ticulars about rooflnjr tin, paint felt etc., and how to protect yourself against the nse of Inferior materials. It Is a book of some 250 paces, nro- fuselv illustrated originators of the Taylor "OLD STYLE" Brand EXTRA HEAV1T COATKD BOOriXO TIN. This one old brand of tin has been found to be lust as good after 40 Tears irear as when first nut on. Samples and book mailed free. N. & Q. TAYLOB CO. Established 1810- 80th year. Chicago. l'hlladelphla. Liverpool, seI7-67 TT1 Tj1"? SCIENTIFIC -CJ. -L7 lJlSk OPTICIAN Patentee and sole manufacturer of the Eureka Eye Glass. No chain required. Eureka nose blades fitted to other eye glasses. Oculist's prescriptions a specialty. All kind of lenses ground and spectacles made on the premises. 908 PENN AVENUE, PITTS. Seventeenth and Chestnut, Philadelphia. my28-92-TTS J. DIAMOND, PRACTICAI, O.f'X'XCI.AJT, 22 SIXTH STREET. The Eye examined free of charge. Spectacles perfectly fitted. ARTIFICIAL EYES Inserted and warranted to suit. sel2-6-TT3u ALE and PORTER. This week we commence the manu facture of our celebrated Ales and Porter and shall be pleased to promptly nil all orders. We shall put up in half and quarter barrels a special article for family use. MRLINGT0N&C0. 112 FIRST AVENUE. sell-12 STEA31KKS AND EXCURSIONS. -TTTH1TE STAB L1MK FOB QUEEMSTOWN ANU L1VEBPOOL. Boyal and United States Mall Steamers. Teutonic, Sept. IS, noon Germanic, Sept.2&,2pm Britannic Oct. 2. 11 a m Adriatic Oct.9L5:S0 o m "Teutonic, Oc.l6,10:30s m Germanic, Oct. 53, 3 p m Britannic, Oct. 30,10 am Adriatic. Nov. 6. 3p'm foot of West Tenth st. rrom Wnlte star does, Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates. S30 and upward. Second cabin, $33 and upward, according to steamer and location of berth. Ex cursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage nrslon tickets on favorable terms, steerage cat, White Star drafts navable on demand In all the principal banks throughout Great Britain. Ap ply to JOHN J. MCCOKMICK, 1 Smlthfleld st., Pittsburg, orJ.BBUCEiSMAX, General Agent, 1 Broadway, MewYort. seli-n -1UNAED LIKE. MEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENS TOWK, 1TBOA1 P1EB NOBTH B1VEB. FAST EXPRESS MAIL SEBVICE. Anranla,Sept.:i,2i30rMlOalUa, Oct. 9. 5:30 A X Bothnia, Sept.25, 5:30 A M Etrurla. Oct. 12, 7i30ax Umbrla. Sent "t7:.T0 a Hi Aiirsnla. Oct. 19. 1 P M Hervla, Oct. 5, 2:30 P M'Bothnla. Oct. 23. 3 r 31. Cabin passage (GO. 0 and f 100: Intermediate. 35. Steerage tickets to and from all parts ot t-urope at very loir rates. VEBiiO Jf H. BBOW it CO., General Agents, 4 Bowling Green, New York. J. J. UCCOKM1CK. Agent. 1'ourth ave. and bmlthfleld St., Pittsburg. sels-D AMERICAN LINE, Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia and Liverpool. Passenger arrommodations tor all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and from Great Britain and Ireland. Norway. Swo- jlen, Denmark, etc General azents, 307 Walnut st, Philadelphia. FnU information can be had of J. J. McCOR MICK, Fourth avenue and Smlthfleld street. LOUIS MOESER, 616 Smlthfleld street mhlWfrTTS STATE LINE To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin and Liverpool. From Pier Columbia Stores, South Ferrr, Brooklyn, N. Y., EVERY THUKSDA.Y. Cabin nassase $35 to $50. according to location of stateroom. Excursion $63 to (90. btcerage to and from .Europe at Lowest Bates. AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., General Agents, S3 Broadway, New Yoric. J. J. McCORMICK. Agent, Pittsburg, Pa. SC9-D RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY'S LINES May 12. 1889. Central Standard Time. TltAINS DEPAKT As follows from Union Station: For Chlcajro, dTra a. m., d 12:20, d 1:00, d7:4i except Saturday. 11:20 p. m. : Toledo, 7:25 a. m.. d 12:2a. d 1:00 and except Saturday. 11:20 p. m.: Crestline, 5: a. m.: Cleve land, 6:10 a. m.. 12:45 and d 11:05 p. m. and 7:2 a. tn.; via 1, V. W. A C. Ky.i New Castle and Youngstown. 7:05 a. m.. 12:a. ' P- -: oangstownandNUes,dl2:3)p. ni; .MeadyUle. Erie and Ashtabula, 7:05a. m.. : P. m.; Nlles and Jamestown, S:i p. m.: ilssslllon. :10p. nu; Wheeling and Bellalre. 6:10a. m- K:. :p. JM Beaver i'alls. 4:00. S-0S p. m., liocfc rolnt, 88:20 a. iii. : Leetsdale. 5:30 a. m. ALLEGHENY-Koflhester. BiSO a. m.; Bearer Vails, 8:15, H;00 . m.: Enon. :0O p. m.: Leets. dale, 10:00, 11:45 a. m., 20, 4:30, 4:45. J:30, 70. 9:00 p.m.; Conway, loeop.m.: Jfalr Oaks, S 11:40 a. m.: Leetsdale, SS.mp. m. . ...... TKAINS AKK1VK Union station from Chicago, except Monday 1:50, dS.OO. d6:J5 a. m., d 8a0 p. m.s Toledo, except Monday 1:50,. d: a.m., 8:50 p. m., Crestline, 2:10 p. m.: ,?Katowo,?!,1 Newcastle. 9:10 al m.,l:25, ' PtliP'JayS' and Yonnestown. d 6:50 p. m.: Cleveland, d 5u0a. IE., 2:25, 7:01 p. m.: Wheeling and Bellalre, 9j00 a. m., 2:25, 7:0u p. in.; Erie and Ashtabula, irSL 10:1S o. m.; Masslllon, VM a. nu; Nlles and .Jamestown. 9:10 a.m.; Beaver Falls, 7:30 a. m l:l0n. m.. Kockl'olnt, S 83 p. m.; Leetsdale, 10:10 p. m. AKKIYK ALLEGHENY-From Enon, 80 a. m.: Conway, 6:50; Rochester. 9:40 a. m.: Beaver Fills. 7:10a. m 5:45 p. m.: Leetsdale, 5:30, 6:11 7:45 a. m.. 12:C0l 1:45, 1:00. 6:30, 9KX p. m.; Fait Oalts, S 8:55 a. m.; Leetsdale, 8 65 p. ra.: Lock Point, S 3:15 p. m. b. Sunday only: d, dally: other trains, except Sunday. 'J TJITTSBUKO ANO CASTLE SHANNON JS. ,K. J. snmmer Time 'laiuc. .vu u.n 1889, until further notice, trains will runasfollows onevervdav. extent snnday. Eastern standard time: Leaving nttsbnrg-tlsw 8:uo a.m.. S:. . m- 11 :3V a. m.. a. m., 7:lua. m.. 1 1:31 a. m, 1:40 p. m :u p. ,n K.tn .. . . Krt w m . filSOn. ID., VKMJ y IU., U:30p. in. Arllugton-6:w a. m., o:jia. m., ;. a. in., 8:00 a. m., lOSOa. m., l:p.n 2!p-.my 4:20 p.m.. :10 p. in., 5: p. I'J ,. 7:10 p. .. p. m. Sunday-trains, :" x 1MJW""fcSa 12:5up. m.. -:S0p. mT. 6:10 p. m., 7:10 p. m., M) p. m. Arllngt0n-'J:1J a. m., 12 m 1:30 p. m-i SO p. m. eaop. m., 8:WP. n..Jom( BBpfc u, V..W U. Ul .MM V " ."- - TT, " ir.iA S' rl flPw . f 11 fLv 0 . KKW ADVTRTISKHESTS. BRIGHT AND PROMISING -IS THE K All FM ANNS' FALL and WINTER TRADE? . - Indqed, It Is safe to assert that never before has it fjdlea to asy ' merchant's lot to commence a season under such favorable and ence aging circumstances as we shall herald in-fall and winter 188990. Thus far the present year has been one of general prosperity. Strikes hav been few, work plenty. The farmer, too, rejoices in his knowledge of-r , rich, bounteous harvest, and, while Pittsburg caa not be looked. upWaso an agricultural center, the great Exposition will be the means of attract ing thousands of country people to pur doors. While these influence will all contribute their share towa'rd'abig, booming fall seasoa, we mast confess, however, that we place our far greatest reliance for a largely Increased patronage on our goods and prices. The truth is it makes ap difference how plentiful money may be we should look ia vain for a large trade if we could not offer you better inducements than aay ether house in this part of the country. But it is just in this very vital polatt goods and prices that we beat all competition. The reason why 'we can serve you better than other dealers is as plain as the asse oa a man's face. Whileother houses confine their purchases to a few eastern houses wegQv further we make THE WORLD OUR BUSING MARKET. Every noted fashion center of Europe- and America is visited by our buyers, and purchasing in large lots only, direct from the manufacturers, and for spot cash in every instance, we have thus managed to collect a stock of merchandise that STANDS WITHOUT A. PEER BEAUTY, STYLE, and CHEAPNESS. ' 1 Taking all the above circumstances nc uic juauugu m uui expectations IF TOU NEED A now is a pre-eminently fit time to height now' our prices are at rock Men's Every Day or Evening Suits at $6, $& and $10. Men's stylish all-wool Business Suits at $12, $14 and '15. Men's nnest imported Dress faults at ?i, S20 and 25. Mea's exquisite Fall Overcoats at $j, io, 12, 15 and $20. Boys' fine Long-Pant Suits at $5, $8, $10, 12 and $18. Boys' Sbort-Pant Suits at $2, $3, 4, $5, $7, 10 and 12. Children's Kilt" Suits at $1 75, $2 '50, 3 50, $$, $6 and $8. AN AGREEABLE SURPRISE AWAITS THE LADIES who will visit our Cloak department. Our present, building and enlarg ing operations do not much affect this place hence our patrons can. make their selection with their wonted, ease and comfort Our stock now embraces some elegant novelties in Newmarkets, Directoire style garments, Wraps, Jackets, Misses' Reefers, Stockinette garments, Child ren's and Infants' Cloaks. All goods are marked in plain figures; these figures express the- lowest and only .prices at which we sell themaadj these prices we positively guarantee to be from 20 o 30 per cenFuadj all others. ' ". 1 ::: FALL HEADGEAR FOR THE MALE SEX, ::: The fact that we are sole agents ip. Western Pennsylvania for the products of some of the most celebrated Hat makers in the Union, and our large' trade permits us to buy and sell at unmatchably low prices, makes us Hat headquarters in this city. Prices for Men's Fall Derbys commence as low as $1 24 and, by degrees, range up to $4. And these two extremes include the best and latest goods of the season :Dunlap, Knox, Youman, Miller and the finest English styles. KAUFMANNS Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street ("Exposition visitors are invited to call at oar store, -whether wishing to buy or not RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA BlLBOAU O.N ANU alter August 23, 1830. trains leave Union Station, Pittsburg, as follows. Eastern stacdard Tlmei b MAIN LINE EASTWARD. New York and ChlcssTO Limited of Pullman Ve. UDnio ouiritiius,m. rat Atlantic Ex: enress dalir ror tn En, iai.D. Ida: Mau train, dally, except Snnday. SiSoa. m. son. day, mail, 8:40 a. m. ar express dally at 3:00 a. jn. Mall express dally at 1:00 p. m. rniiaaeionia express aany ai at 4:30 p. m. Eastern express dally at 7:15 p. zn. Ifaat T.ln rtstlr.lt SllOn. m- Express ror Bedford 1:00 v. m.. week days. Express for Cresson and Ebensburg 2:Jj p. ex., Saturdays only. Greensburg express 5:10 p. m. weekdays. Derrr express 11 :00 a.m. weekdays. All through trains connect at Jersey CltrwlBi boats or "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N. Y aroldlngdonbleferrlax e and ;onmey throuxb N. Y.Clty. Trains arrtre at Union Station as follows: Mall Train, dally. -.... :Wn. ra. Western Express, dally ,7:- m I'aclflc Express, dally ViJP-m- Chlcagd Limited Express, dally. :p. m. FastLlne. dally .......Uibp. m. SOUTMWESr WSNN KA1LWA1. For Unlontown, 5:30 ana 8:35 a. m. and 425 p. m., without change of cars: 12.50 p. m., connect lng at Greensburg. Trains arrive from union town at 9:45 a. m.. 12:20.5:05 and 8:10 p.m. WiST FENNSYt.v'ANfA DIVISION. From FEDEKAL trr. STATION, Allegheny City. Mall train, connecting for Blalravllle... 6:45 a. m. ExoressTfor BlalrsTllle, connecting for Butler H... ... S:tSp. ro. Butler Accam 8:3) a. m., 2:25 and 5:45 p. m. 8prlngdaleAccom9:00.11)a.nu3ia0and6:2pp.m. Freeport Aecom : iMd JIHOp. m. OnSnnday 12:50 and MOp. m. North Apollo Aecom 11:00 a.m. and SSOo. in. Allegheny Junction Accommodation connecting ror Butler .'"J- " Blai-srille Accommodation li.. 10:40 p. m. TraSs arrive at FEDEKAL STKEKT STATION: Express, connecting from Butler 10:35 a. m. MallTTaln. VV1"tryIsSP-,a' Bntler Aecom :10a. m., 4:40 and 7:20 p. m. Blalnrllle AecomniodaUra.......-l:Mp. m. FreenortAccom.7:40a.m..l.-2S,7ao and 1100 p.m. On Sunday 10:10 a. ra. and 70 p. m. Sprlngdale Accom....6:37,ll:48a.m..3:2S.6p. m. Nortlf Apollo Aecom 8:40 a. m. and 5:40 p. m. MON ON O AHELA DIVISION. Tralnsleare Unlonstatton.Flitsonrg. as follows: For Monongahela City. West Brownsville and Unlontown. io:40a.m. For 3lonongaheUt City and West Brownsrllle,7.-05 and 10:40 a.m.and 4:40 p.m. On Sunday, 1:01 p. m. For Monongahela City. :49 p. m., week days. , Dravosburg Ac, week days, 3:20 p. m. West Elizabeth Accommodation, 8:2ua, m., 2:00, eao and 11:35 p. m. Sunday, 9:40 p. m. Ticket offices Corner Fourth avenue and Try street and Union station. ,,,.,,. L'UAS. E. PUU1L J. K. WOOD. General Managei. Gen'll'asa'r Agent. PANHANDLE KOUTE--IULY 8. 1SS9. UNION station. Central Standard Tin t. Leave for Cincinnati and St. Louis, d 7:30 a-iiu, ds.op and d 11:15 p. m. Dennlaon, 2:45 p. m. Chicago, 12:0a, d 11:15 p. m. Wheeling, 7:30 a. m.. 12:05, 6:10 p.m. Steubennl'e.- 5:55 a. m. Washington. 6:55, 85 a. m.,lJ, J:30,4:5,45 p. m. Bnlger. 10:13 a-m. Bnrgettstown, 3ll:35a.m 5:25 p. m. Mans-, field, 7:15, 9T30, U.-00a. m., 1:05. 60, d 8J6; U-J3 p.m. McDonalds, d4:15, d 9:45 p. m. From the West a 2:10, dlhOO a. ra., 1.-05, dSJ p.m. Dennlson. 9:30a.m. Steubenrllle, tajp. m. Wheellnjr, 7 10, t:45a.nu. 15, 5:55p.m. Bnrgetts town, 7:13a. m.,S9:05a.m. Washington. 6:55,7:50, 8:40, 10:25 a, nu, 2:33, 64S p. m. Mansllsld, iM, 8:30, 11:40 a. m.. 12:45. X:5 10:00 and S era p. m. Bulger, J :40p,m. McDonalds, d6:35 a. m d 9.-OJ p. in. d dally; a Sunday only; other trains, except Bandar. OUTLOOK FOR- ELEGANCE, EXTENT into consideration, don't yottthiak. 1 or a glorious lauuaaer NEW FALL SUIT purchase, bottom. Now our stcxk'isat its tlv RAILROADS. -pITTSBUKU- AND LAKE EBIE BA1LBOAU JL COMPANY Schedule In effect J one 2, 1883, Central tlme.DxPAKT For Cleveland, 5:00, 3.-oa a. m., '1:35, 4:10, 9ju p. m. For Cincinnati. Chi cago and St. Louis, 5:00a. m.. '1:33, ,9:30p. m. For Buffalo. 8:00a. in.. 4:10, 9:20p. m. For balai manca. -3:00a. m.. 4:10 p. m. For Yonngstown. and New Castle, 5:00, "80O, 10:13 a. ra., 1:5. 4:10, 9:30 p. m. ror Beaver Falls, 5:00, 8:03,830. 10:15 . m t:35. 3:30, 4:ia 5:15. 5:30 p.m. For Chartlers. 5:C0, 15:30 a. m., 5:15, 0:20, 8.55, 7U5, 8.-05, 80, 9S& 10:15 a. m.. 12.-08, '12145, l:Xl :3a J4:3a tOO 'iM. 5:15, -SiOS, 10:30p.m. Aksivx From Cleveland. :30 a. m., 12:30, 55, 7:55, 9:40 p. m. From Cincinnati. Chlcaeo and St. Louis. ! 2:30. 7:Si p. m. From Buffalo, 8:30 a. m., '12:3,0; 9:40 p. m. From Salamaa ca. 12:30. -7:3 p. m. From Youngstown and New Castle, ttt. 900 a. m Cda 5:35. 7i 9:Up. m. From Beaver Falls. 55. 1-M, 7:20, 9:23 a. m., 'UiKl 1:10, 5, -75, 9:40 p. m. F., C. lb Y. trains from MansSeld. 8 Jo a. m.. 3:30, 4:50 p. m. For Essen and Beeehmont, 8:30 a. m., 7:30. p. m. P.. CAY. trains from Mans field. Essen and Beeehmont. 7:08 a. m., 11:59 a. m. I. MeK. 4 V. K. K.-DirABT-ForNew Haven. ("5:30 a. m., 3dlp. ra. For West Newton, lda 10;05a.m.. 3:3a 5:15p.m. ABXtVX From New Haven, 7-M a. m '5.-00 p. m. From. West New ton, 6:15, 27:50 a. m 1:25. 5r00 p. m. For Me Keesport, Elizabeth and Monongahela City, S30. 10:05 a. m., 3:3a 5:15 p. m. From Monongahela City, Elizabeth and.McKeesport. 10 a. m., 1:23, 5rt)0 p. m. "Dally. 1 Sundays ronlr. Will run one hour late on Sunday. Wilt run two hours late oa Snnday. City ticket ofllce. 401 Smlthfleld street. B ALTIMOUE AND OHIO KAILROAU Schedule In effect Mar i- I'M. For Washing ton. D. C Baltimore. Philadelphia and New ... w.w w. M... Mill VilM O. IU. JW lWU.- berland, 8.-fl0 a. m 21:00, "90 p. m. For Con nellsvllfe, 28:10 and -8.-00 a. m.. tlKO, 24.-00 and 9:20 p. ra. For Unlontown, t6:4a "8:00 a. m.. tl 0 and 41:00 p. nu For Mount Pleasant, : and tsso a, m.. and tl:0O and t4:00 p. ra. For Washington. Pa., l-.a. -9:40 a. nu, "Sas, tS-JO ?d saojp. m. For Wheeling. t-.O, 29:40 a. m.. 3:35, SdOp.m. For Cincinnati and St. Louis. 6:45a. m. 8:30p.m. ForColumbus. 8:45and9:40 a. m.. "8:30 p. m. For Newark. 6:43, 29:40 a. m., 2:J, 'SdOp-m. For Chicago, ttO, : a. m, 3:i and S:30 p. TO. Trains arrive from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, "6m. m. and sdo p. m. From Colarabus, Cin cinnati ana Chicago, "7:45 a. m. and "9:00 p. m. Jromwneellng, 1-.K, 'lOOa, nr. 15.-oa J ft m. juruuen sleeping cars to Baltimore. ai lngton and Cincinnati. Wheeling accommodation. 8d0 a. m.. Sunday T. Oonnellsvllle accommodation at $8:35 a. m. Dallr. tuatly except Sunday. SSundsy oalv The Pittsburg Transfer Company will calt for and cheek baggage from hotels and residences upon orders left at B. O. Ticket Office, corner Ji?,'!.-,renI,e an(1 wood street. t'HAS. O. SCULL. Gen. Pasi, Agt. J.T.ODELL. Oen.5igr. ALLEGHENY VALLEY KAILKOAU Trains leara Union Station (Eastern stanaara time): Klttannlnz Ac. 1 urn.: NugarjEx. dally. 8:45 a. nu llnlton Ac. 10:10 a. m.S Valley Camp Ac, J2.-0S p. m.: OU Cltrand iJB- nnn 9nn n. .nni.. a iin m.i Kltteanlsj Ac. 4Ki0D.m.r'Braebnrn Ex5a?bp.m.: JUtan- lngAe..5j0p.nu; Braeburn Ac. 6:20p.m. taw- ion ac. 7-j p. m. Buffalo ri.. dsar. t.u, j . ....' .-. . . Braebnm Ac llU0n.nu Church tralns-Braehurn. 11.40 p.m. and 3b p. ra. Pullman Parlor B"ff"n Sleeping (Srs between Pittsburg "Tfj.1?: JAS. P. ANDERSON, G.T. Agt.; DAVID MC CAEGO. Gen. Bunt. . TnTSBUKO AND WESTERN KA1LWAY X. Trains (Ct'l stan'd time) Leave Arrtre. Day Ex.. Akron.To1edo.Kane 6:40 a m 7:3Tp ra 5)0 p ra 11:30 a nt Butler Accommodation 9.-00 a m Clilrago Express (dally) New Castle Accommodation. tlnltanaiiil Pn.liH A 12:40 p m s:ju p ra 7:00 p ra, 510 a m. i:iup m "Si"' "If" ?"" ii"""iBi R.nni.l,.L i irsi ciaas iars w vajcasw "VTTn -i 9 50. Pullman Ballet sleepm: car to Ctilctgo daJlr. 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