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"f F'8 ; -.y &. 8 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER' -2a '1889. BUT LITTLE CHANGE Has Been Made in the State of Trade Within the Past Week. MOKEY KOW SOMEWHAT EASIER, Although the Stringency is Still Apparent at Some Points. 1B0S PBODDCJS IN EXCELLEKT SHAPE. facta of a Stubborn Kind Continue to Depress tie Figures on WheiL Eeports to Bradstreet's and R. G. Dan & Co. indicate no radical change in the gen eral condition of business. The money stringency is still noticeable at some points. The boom in iron shorn no signs of a col lapse. ISPICIilTILZGRUt TO THB DISrATCnV Kct- York, October 25. There is more er less increase in the volume of goods dis tributed at Boston, Memphis, Chicago, Dubuque, New Orleans, Atlanta and Louis ville, while at Philadelphia, DetroitjOmaha, Kansas City, St Louis, St. Paul, Portland, Ore., and San Francisco there has been rather less activity noted in some lines, due to unfavorable weather and farmers holding ofTowing to low prices of grain, corn being quoted at 12 cents per bushel in Iowa. Louisiana and Georgia cotton-picking weather is excellent. Cattle prices tend up, while those for hogs are off some. The Chins steamer service at San Francisco is reduced from eight to six owing to Canadian Pacific competition. General trade at New York is more active in groceries, countrv produce, furniture, building materials, leather, boots and shoes and fertilizers. The New York stock mar ket has been irregular, high rates for money part of the time operating against an ad - vance, while plans for rehabilitating the Missouri, Kansas and Texas and Chesa peake and Ohio and the traffic agreement between Union Pacific and Northwestern had an opposite influence. A YANDERBILT DEAL. Directors of the Union Pacific state to Bradstreet's that there is no alliance or amalgamation intended, but admit that the contract will give the Vanderbilt interest a transcontinental system. Coalers declined. Northern Pacific and Northwestern were strong. The trusts were all weak and lower. Special telegraphic investigation of do mestic money markets by Bradstreet's re veal that funds were easy to-day at 49 out of 69 cities reported, important ones reporting funds working close being Chicago, Balti more, Cleveland, Toledo, Peoria, Dayton, Birmingham, Ala., Cincinnati, St Louis and Omaha. Mercantile collections were reported slow or unsatis:nctory at 19 points, chief among them the two Portlands, Provi dence, Sacramento, Burlington, la., Grand Bapids, Detroit, Toledo, Troy and Albany. It is also shown that collections are improving, and while the current of funds at the interior has not finallv turned eastward, western sales of New York ex change indicate that it is turning. "Wheat flour is less active for export, owing to lower offers and higher ocean rates. "Wheat has been fiercely sold at times, thv total at New York aggregating 70,000,000 bushels for the week. The recent Government report, free movement of spring, increasing supplies, bearish foreign markets ana high and scarce steam freight aided in depressing prices lltljc. A rumored revision ot the late Government crop report had some influence. OTHER AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. Demand from Indian corn shippers and short sellers send early deliveries up lllc Later ones have varied little. Spot oats are c higher on good demand. Exports of wheat (and flour as wheat), both coasts, equal 2.197,460 bushels this week, against 2,758,538 bushels last week and 1,827,346 bushels in the like week in 18SS. Total shipments abroad Julv 1 to date equal 32,641,103 bushels this year, against 39,184, 458 bushels in 1888, and 55,800,000 bushels in 1887. Hog products are unsettled and price changes frequent, notably at Chicago. Lard advanced and closes firm, about 10 points higher, and pork barely steady. Aggregate domestic stocks of raw sugar are only 85,300 tons, against 141,400 tons August 14, when the highest figures o! the year were reached, yet lack of inquiry causes continued depression, and prices are off 1-1GJbC Befined is not in active de mand and is off JJ4c- The anti-trust prediction of a decline of lc on sugar within 30 davs, threatened competition and in creased supply of refined attract wide atten tion. Louisiana's estimate of its suzar crop is 25,000 hogsheads behind that of 1888. Speculation in coffee is moderate and prices leave off 1020 points lower and weak. Experts and others are still revising coffee crop reports. The distribution of coffee is sluggish. Tea is fairly active and prices steady. THE DETGOODS TRADE. , Leading lines ot drygoods are more activej at .Boston at urn ana secona nanas. At New York trade is moderate, mail orders constituting a prominent feature. Agents report spring goods in active sale for future delivery. Prices continue steady "in all leading lines, and print cloths are l-16c higher. "Wool is in slightly improved de mand from manufacturers at steady prices. Cotton is l-16c lower locally on heavy crop movement, 5-16d at Liverpool and y5-16c at primary markets. Business failures reported to Bradstreets' number 190 in the United States this week, against 205 this week last year. Canada had 26 this week against 41 last week. The total of failures in the United States January 1 to date is 9,132 against 8,074 in 1888. B, G. Dun & Co.'s weeklv review of trade says: The money market has become more easy, with prospect that serious disturbance this season is no longer to be apprehended. The banks are running with narrow reserves, and artificial stringency may at any time be engineered, but the movement of crops has been heavy. In the natural course of events the return of money to this center should soon begin, and the possibility of a loreign war seems imminent The Bank of England gained last week S1.270.000,and the Bank of France 5230,000 gold. Securities do not appear to be moving largely either way, while mer chandise exports for three weeks showa gam of 14 per cent over last year, against a gain of 10 percent in imports. The rate of for eign exchange has accordingly declined a shade. A UTILE STRINGENCY. There is a little more stringency at Om aha, less at Cleveland, and active demand with conservative tone at Chicago, but oth erwise the markets "West and South all re port supplies adequate for legitimate needs. Collections are unusually satisfactory at al most all points, though Milwaukee notes some tardiness, becanse farmers hold back productsfor better prices. The volume of trade, fair for the season at all points, is greater than a year ago at most, though the aggregate of bank clearings, outside New lore, exceeds last year s by 2 per cent, meetings have accomplished nothing beyond fixing upon 3,000,000 tons as the output tor November; sales are generally below the schedule, stove at S3 90. Liquidation in wheat continues, with prices 3 cents lower than a week ago, and salesof65,000,TXX) bushels here. Stubborn facts, heavy receipts and scantv exports wear out the patience of those who have had faith in a world's famine, and State official reports indicate a larger vield than those of the de- Eartment Corn is three-eighths of a cent igher. with sales of 5,500,000 bushels, and the export movement still exceeds last year s. Pork products are weak, and in hogs the de cline has been 60 cents per 100 pounds. Oil has risen 3 cents, coffee is unchanged and sugar is again lower. Cotton continues downward, receipts exceeding those ot the same week last year by 40,000 bales, and ex ports by 30,000 bales, and while there has been a touch of snow in Virginia, the dread ed frost in cotton States is still deferred. ' STOCK SPECULATION. The market for securities has been weak. in spite of relief in the money market and some very favorable reports regarding par ticular properties. The traffic arrangement between union Pacific and Chicago and Northwestern is thought to foreshadow an abandonment of the so-called President's Association, and an attempt to secure more effective consolidation. Earnings are 10J per cent larger than last year's for February thus far. but the Pennsylvania statement for September shows a very scanty increase, and causes disappointment On the whole, the speculative markets are not promising, and are judiciously let alone by the public. But the outlook for all departments of legit imate business is more encouraging than it has been for a long time. The business failures during the last seven davs number, for the United States 188, and" for Canada 37. For the corres ponding week last year the figures were 222 failures in the United States and 32 in the Dominion ot Canada. JENNINGS WAS THE QUICKEE. Colonel Bowman Wai Trying to Draw a Pistol When He Was Shot. . St. Louis, October 25. In the prelimin ary examination of B. M. Chambers for the killing of Lawyer Frank J. Bowman, re sumed at Clayton to-day, Frank Jennings, colored, and Miss Ella McLaughlin testi fied that Bowman made a motion as if to draw a pistol before Chambers fired the fatal shot The examination is progressing verv slowly. A SALE OF SKULLS. Auction of a Good Peruvian Collection Mammies and Other Antlqolile Sold at Ruinous Prices A Special- , Ill's Collection Sold for a Sons;. tSTZCIAI. TELEQBJLM TO TUB DISrATCB.1 New Yobk, October 25. Mummies and human skulls were sold this afternoon by auction at the art rooms of George A. Levitt & Co., on Broadway. The skulls brought all the way from 12 to 60 cents each, according to their state of preserva tion. One lot of four skulls, in which the lower jaw was lacking and which were otherwise disfigured, brought 50 cents. Another of six pieces, which was advertised as a fine lot for museum or collection, was knocked of! for a total of 3 60. Mummies realized a cash value of from $7 to $9. An imperfect one, wrapped in Guanaco robes and wearing a crown, and which looked as though it might once have been the body of a Peruvian of influence, was bid off at $7. Three others, each in sitting posture, with the legs and arms bent and tied to the body, brought from ?7 50 to ?9. The skulls and mummies were a portion oi a collection of Peruvian antiquities, which embraced also fnneral vases, jars, diotas, urns and battles, in terra cotta of different colors and in all sorts of shapes, though the gourd shape seemed to prevail. The collection was gathered lrom the necropolis at Ancon and the immediate vicinity, by George "W. Kiefer, who devoted nine years to the work, and whose hope it was to dispose. of his collection entire to some American museum. He, however, contracted a disease in Peru which ended fatally, a few months ago, and to-day the fruits" of bis researches were disposed of under the hammer. The collection was one of the most re markable ever got together, comprising many curiously shaped vases which it is believed cannot be duplicated in any mu seum. Most of the more common articles went lor a mere song, but some rivalry sprang up when It fame to the mummies and the rarer specimens of pottery. Prices ranged from 2 cents, which was paid lor each of four gourd rattles, such as might once have tickled the fancy ot a Peruvian baby, to $14 50, which was giveq in ex change for a luneral vase ot oval Bhape,with carvings that passed for ornamentations, and which was found in a king's tomb. This was bought by Charles Stiegerwalt, of Lan caster, Pa., who was the largest purchaser of the day. The collection was catalogued by Ed Frosard, who found it no easy task, as Mr. Kiefer left no notes of any kind in ex planation oftthe various oddities. Covered with Sores Boy one year and a half old. Face and Body In t terrible condition, being covered with ores. Sulphur Springs Fail. Cured by Cuticura Remedies. Cured by Cuticura I have used your Cuticuea Remedies in twA paspq tvhprn it nroved to be successful. Toe first was in the case of a boy a Year and a half old. His face and body were In a terrible condition, the former beinComoletelr coverea with sores. 1 took him to tbe Messena Sulphur Springs, but be did not improve any. I was then advised to try the CUTICURA REMEDIES, which I did. He took one and one-half bottles of Cuticura Resolvent, when his skin was as smooth as could be, and is to-day. I nsed the Cuticura on his sores and the Cuticuba Soap in washing him. He is now five years of age, and all right The other case was a dis ease ot the scalp, which was cured by washing with the Cuticuea Soap and rubbing In the Cuticuba, one bottle of Cuticura Resol vent being used. They have proved success ful in every case where I have advised the nse of them. It is surprising how rapidly a child will improve under tbelr treatment I recom mend them for all diseases of the skin as being the best in the world. This is my experience, and I am ready to stand by my statement I JOHN R. BERO, American House, Hogansburg. N. Y. Itching and Burning. I have been afflicted since last March with a skin disease the doctors called eczema. My face was covered with scabs and sores, and the itch ing and burning were almost unbearable. See ing your Cuticuba Remedies so highly rec ommended, concluded to give them a trial, us ine the Cuticuba and Cuticura Soap exter nally, and Resolvent internally for four months. I call myself cured, in gratitude for which I make this public statement Mbs. C. A. FREDERICK, Broad Brook, Conn. 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The merits of these goods are fully established, and do not need whole columns of advertising to bring therrr to public notice. Gents' French Calf, Patent Leather, LACE AND CONGRESS :: SHOES. :: FULL STOCK OF RUBBER BOOTS i -AND- SHOES JUST IN. Open Saturdays to it. p. m. 401 WOOD STREET, Cor. Fourth ave., Pittsburg, Pa. OC2M5-TT3 LUCEX PBIXCET0N ST0DENTS. Three of Them Awarded Examination Prizes Amounting to 8150. tSrZCIJX TELIOBAK TO TBI DISPATCH. 1 Princeton, N. J., October 25. The Examining Committee of the faculty of Princeton College, consisting of Profs. "Westcott, Winans, Fine and Thompson, has awarded the prize of $100 given annually by George "W. Childs, of Philadelphia, to that student of the entering class who passes best entrance examination in the academic department. The papers handed in by Messrs. Brown and Henderson were so ex cellent and so equally meritorious that tbe committee was obliged to divide the prize between both. The second prize of 550, offered by the New York Alumni Association, was award ed to Benjamin B. McAlpln, of Hew York City. Mr. McAlpin is a prominent athlete, being a member of tbe freshmen football and lacrosse teams. The lucky freshmen were sent for tbis evening by President Patton, who announced to them the results of the examinations. HRS11 GOLD MEDAL, PABIB, 1878. W. BAKER & 30.'S MM Cocoa la absolutely pure and it it soluble. JVb Chemicals &re wed in iti preparation. It h&a more than tXrea times (JU sttmgtk of Coco mixed iritli Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and ii therefore far more economical, coffin; Ut tu eu cenf a tup. It If dellooni, nouriablag, strengthening, Easilt .Digested, and admirably adapted for inraUdi ai veil u for perioni In health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W.BAKEE& CO., Dorchester, Mass. KB J I IVn 111 NEW ADTEltTISEMEKTS. Don't Take Babble Insist on Quality!- You can't by any possibil ity get your money's worth out of poor quality clothing! It's a bad investment, and brings a disappointing result! Short wear, short temper and a heavy drain on your pock etbook! There's a heap of differ ence between , ready-made clothing! Put ours alongside; it will demonstrate to you how it excels. It's made with a single eye to long and sat isfying service; stylish, as pos sible; reliable beyond perad venture. These are important items to you if you need to keep your eyes sharp about you, and make expenses tally with small wages! We don't care how high your wages, our goods are economical for you. Do you need a slateful of figures to' prove that reliable clothing pays? NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IN justice yourself ' YOU OANNOT AFFORD TO IGNORE KAUFMANNS 4 1?' n YODRFALL&WINTER Wanamaker & Brown, Sixth street and Penn avenue. oc28-s U. E. LIPPENpOTT. 539 Smithfield street, Pittsburg. Distiller and wholesale liquor dealer. Onr specialty is Lippencott's Nectar, apnre old-fashioned rye whisky, 8 to 15 years old, at 60c to tl 75 per quart. Fine wines and liqnors at lowest prices. Orders by mall attended to. Cincinnati and Milwaukee bottled beer con stantly on band. i so!4-35-s AKtft IS THE STRONGEST HORSE BLANKET For sale by all dealers. Nemo genuine without bone stamped inside Made by Wat Atbes & Sons, CaUada, who make the strong -&. Horse Blanket. Latest improved Spectacles and Ere-Glasses; trill fit any nose with ease and comfort. The largest and best stock of Optical Instruments and Artificial Eyes. KORNBLTJM, Theoretical and Practical Optician. No. 50 Fifth avenue, near Wood street. Telephone So. 1GS8. sel9-DSU WALTKK J. OSBOtntNE. KICHAED Cabbows. BAKROW8 A OSBOURNE JOB PRINTERS. P0 Diamond street Telephone No. 812. au31-6-TT8 UAILllOADS. RAILROAD For WaablUK BALTIMORE AND OHIO Schedule in effect May 12. 1839. ton. i. C, Daltlmore, Philadelphia, and New York, '8:00 a. m.. and "SiM p. m. For Cum berland, "8:00 a. m 1:00, -9:33 p. m. For Con nellsTllle, $SM0 and '8:00 a. m.. it.-OC, UMS and 9:20 p.m. For Union town, t:, 8:0O.m.. l:u0and;4:0Op. m. For Mount Fleasant,t8:40and :00 a. m and tl:00 and 54:00 p. m. For Washington. Fa.. "6:15. J9.-W a. m,, '3:35, 3d0 and -3:80 p. m. For Wheeling. !, 19:10 a. m.. 3:35, '8:30 p.m. For Cincinnati and St. Loulf. "6:a. m., 8:30p.m. ForColumbns. "6:15 and 9:)C a. m.. 8 p. m. For Newark, arts, 19:40 a. m 3:35. '8UD. m. ForChicaa-o. $:. 9:M a. m 3:33 and 8:30 p. m. Trains arrive from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, BE TRUE TO 'YOURSELF ! J One should think that this would be the first prinoiple of carws, but, strange as it may seem, there are people who fromignorance'or J'. neglect always try their level best to injure their own Interests. , ,! Let's look at the people who buy clothing. The majority come'to us, to be sure. But what of the minority? Those who, without stop-' ping to think where they oan get the best value for their money, rush helter-skelter into the next best clothing house, and buy costly 'gar ments as if they were buying postage stamps. Poor, misguided people! When will they find that in clothing stores, unlike in postoffices, goods, prices and principles are vastly at variance? It is to this minority the people who have never patronized ua that we direct our words to to-day. If they are but open to conviction, we shall have no trouble in bringing them under our banner. Here we are with the largest stock, the best qualities, the newest , . styles, the lowest prices, the most centrally located building, tha, light- ' est and largest salesroom, the most experienced and efficient corps of salesmen-jeady, ready, ready, to supply you with anything In our. : line for less money than you could obtain it elsewhere, or, if wefall to -do this, to refund your money without a murmur. You certainly oan- not ask more. And, if you would stop to plok up a penny, you surely ' won't pass us who will save you dollars. COME TO-DAY, THEN. .: if you want to save money, and read this special Inducement we boWj '- out; to our paraxws ior inia nay oniy; vt . FBBE FEES delpnia, nd '8:50 6:20 a. m. and 8:o0 p. m. From Columbus, Cin cinnati and Chicago, 7:43 a. m. and9:0Op. m. From Wheeling, 7:45, 10:S0a. m.. 13:00, 9:00 p. m. Through Bleeping ears to Baltimore, 'Wash ington and Cincinnati. Wheeling accommodation, 8:30 a. m., Sunday only. Conneilavllle accommodation at S8:55 a. m. Daily. Dally except Sunday. SSnnday onlr. The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for and check baggage from hotels and residences npon orders left at B. & O. Ticket Ufflee, corner Fifth avenue and Wood street. CHAd. o. SCULL, Gen. Paai. Agt. J.T.ODKLL, Uen. Mgr. seM5-WS K Beef, Iron nnd Wine. A nutritive tonic for convalescents and delicate ladies; full pint bottles 60c, at Jos. Fleming & Sons, 412 Market sL ttssu Those Entitled To the benefit of club tickets at Aufrecht'a Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, and still holding same, should call early and avoid the rush. Night shirts, plain- and embroidered, at James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth ave. The pleassntest arjd most wholesome drink is P. & Y.'s Pilsner beer. CAPITAL AND LABOR, &" trades unions to both, form the theme of an ar ticle by Ronald Dunbar m to-morrow's Dispatch. Chicago finds a larger increase, particularly in aryooas, wnne sales or clothing and shoes are fair, notwithstanding mild and dry weather; or provisions larger than last year's, and of grain about same. Iron grows stronger, the Thomas Com pany having advanced its price L A de maud from Canada and from Mexico is felt, foreign prices being high. Bar ironis firm, blooms and billets feverish, and rails are $31 CO to 532, the orders already booked for 1S!)0 amounting to 750,000 tons or more. Copper is steady, tin a shade lower here at 20e, and lead depressed to $3876 by ex pectation of large Mexican supplies. COAI STILL TJTJLL. The coal trade is dull, and the week's fe. PURE p?PRICE's CREAM 4mNg OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOODS, bnecialty Correct fitting of lenses and frames. All styles of Spectacles and Kye Glasses. Experienced Opticians and our own factory and workmen are oar inducements. WM. E. STJEREN, Optician, 6M SMITHFIELD ST..PITTSBUBG, PA Ie22-27-TT3 I w 1 Sv 1) Vn., rfat JAN. 18, IBM?!!ft!rsr W5jflftiY wm Astrachan SHOULDER CAPES, $12 00. J, G, BEIEIT 6 CO,, Hatters ai Furriers, Cor. WOOD ST. & FIFTH AVE. OC2W7-TTFSSU OFFICIALP1TTSBDRG. rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Ji report of viewers on the grading of Wall mgford street, from 'Neville street to Barton street, and Grazier street, from Fifth avenne to Homewood avenue, has been approved by Councils, which action will be final, nnless an appeal is filed in tbe Conrt of Common Pleas within ten (10) days from date. E. M. BIGELOW, Chief of Department of Public WorKS. PrrrsBtrao, Pa.. October 17, 1889. ocl7-S7 1 Its superior excellence proven in millions of homes for more than a quarter of a century. It is ned by the United States Government. Indorsed by tbe heads of the greatliniverslties as the Strongest, Purest and most' Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Bold onlr In cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. UEWYORK. CHICAGO 61. LOUIS. my52-Trseosn VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE JLl report of viewers on tbe grading and pav ing of Dresden Alley, from Fifty-second street to McCandless street, has been approved by Councils, which action will be final, unless an appeal is filed in the Court of Common Pleas within ten (10) davs from date. E. M. BIGELOW, Chief of Department of Pablic Works. PlTTSBPBO. Pa.. Oct. 17, 18S9. CC17-37 AlNo. 1111 N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE Chief of tbe Department of Pnblio Safety to purchase a lot of ground in tbe Thirty-first ward for tbe nse of the Bnreau of Fire. Section 1 Be it Ordained and enacted by the city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of the same. That tbe Department of Pnblio Safety be and it is hereby authorized apd em powered to purchase a lot or piece ot ground, situate in the Thirty-first ward, in tba neigh borhood of the intersection of Arlington and Brownsville avenues, for tbe purpose of erect ing thcrcou an engine and hosehouse building, the price or consideration thereof not to ex ceed the sum of ($3,000) three thousand dollars, 2nd the said purchase to De snbject to tbe ap proval of Councils. Section 2 That any ordinance or part of ordinance conflicting with the provisions of this ordinance be and tbe same is hereby re pealed, so far as the same affects this ordi nance. Ordained and enacted Into a law In Councils, this 14th day of October, A. D. 1889. H. P. FORD. President of Select Council. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD, Clerk of Select Council. W. A MAGEE. President of Com. mon Conncil pro tern. Attest: GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council. Mayor's Office, October 17, 1SS9. Approved: WM. MoOALLCf, Mayor. Attest: W.H.MO CLEABY. Mayor's Cleric Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol, 7, page 108, 33Ui day oX October, A. D..1SW. 0(3frM , -rp -CPrY7 SCIENTIFIC -C-J. E" lJ&, OPTICIAN Patentee and sole manufacturer of tbe 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, PITTa Seventeenth and Chestnut, Philadelphia. my28-92-TT3 t PITTSBUKO AND CASTLE SHANNON R. K. Summer Time Table. On and after May I, 18S9, until further notice, trains will run as follows on every day, except Sunday.. Eastern standard time: Leaving PitUbnrg-60 a. m., 7:10 a. m.. 8:00 a.m.. 9:3b a. m.. 11:30a. m., 1:40 p.,m.. 3:40 p. m., 6:10 p. m.. 5:50 p. m., 6:30 p. m., :30pjm., 11:30 p. m. Arlington (5:40 a. m 6:20 a. m., 7:10 a. m 8:00 a. m., 10:25 a. m., 1:00 p. m.. 2:40 p. m., 4:3) p. m., 6:10 p. m.. 6:50 p. m., 7:10 p. m., 10:3) p. m, Sunday trains, leaving Pittsburg 10 a.m., 11:50 p. ra.. 2:30p.m., 5:10 p. m., 7:10 p, m., 8:30 p. m Arlington :U a. m.t 12 m 1:50 p. m., OD p.m. 6:30 p. m., 8:00 p.m. JOHN JAHN. Supt. ALLEGHENY VALLEY BAILKOAU Trains leave Union Station (Eaatern Standard time): Klttannlng Ac, 6:53 a. m.; Niagara Ex.. dally. 8:45 a. m., Hulton. Ac, 10:19 a. m.; Valler Camp Ac, 32:05 p. m.; Oil City and DuBols Ex- Sress,2:00 p.m. ; Unite n Ac, 3:00p.m. : Klttannlng C, 4:00p.m,; BraeburnEx 5:00 p.m.: Klttann lng Ac, 5.30 p. m.; Braeburn Ac, 6:20p.m.: Hul WU A,... I.W y. tii. , J1UHMU 4., U.11J, 8:60 p. m.; II u I ton Ac, 3:45 p.m. : Braeburn Ac," U..M p. ixu uiurcu irawa onaouni. u;jp, m. and 9:35 p. m. Pullman Sleeping Cars between Pittsburg and Buffalo. JAB. P. ANDERSON, O.T, Agt,: DAVID UCOABOO. Gen. Sunt. s 'Zfyy rf? The most useful and expensive present ever given away by any house. r4- KAUFN1ANNS' Will give a genuine Gloria all-Silk Umbrella, with gold top and car ved handle, and guaranteed not to fade for one year, G-EATIS with every Man's Suit or Overcoat, or Lady's Oloak or Wrap bought to-day. Eemember, fhese Umbrel las can be carried with equal pro priety by a lady or gentleman. M KAUFIYIANNS' -- In spite of these grand presents we still guarantee our prices lower " than elsewhere.'' - HsV: ItjagjEfFV jmh tS tffi ! r -fcJ I.-"1 -'fc H FltEEl ? 'Jr6iLjfci w K'AUFMANN.R I V 4)v44vtttW4vIMMMM V jj Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street4 aeflfea BAILItOADS. SIXTH ST.. offers advantages for securing a practical business education possessed by no other college in the State. Rapid writing, rapid calculations and practical bookkeeping are special ties. Shorthand and ..Typewriting, Departments provide the best training possible In these branches. JMGHT SCHOOL SPECIALTIES: Arithmetic, Penmanship, Bookkeeping, Short band, Drawing, Algebra and Latin. Send for catalogues. OC26--W3 JAMES C. WILLIAMS. A. M.. Pres't. SINTLP NO. 4. For.this week we announce the following goods at astounding low prices: L. C. Smith Ham merless gu at SMU): Parker Bros.' breech-loaders, $15 00; Now Baker gun at J23 00; Thomas Parker at $22 00: 1 X L Loomls gun at $20 00; W. Richards' top action at 813 60; same makers side action at $12 00; under lever $7 00. The above are all double-barrel breech-loaders and fully warranted. Champion single-barrel top action, twist barrel, at $10 00. and all other coods at equally low prices. DS. SZ&IT, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield. Bend name and address for our Catalogue and Price List, sent free of charge. ocl8-TTS8n ftTlf"MVI JK.. L. Douglas' name and tne price are stamped on the bottom ot a Vnu I IIJW Bhoes advertised by him before leaving his factory; this protects tbe wearers against high prices and inferior goods. Take none unless so stamped, nor be deceived by others claimed to be as good, on which dealers make more profit, but send direct to factory, and receive by retnm mall what you want, state kind, button, congress or lace, wide or narrow toe, size and width usually worn, and inclose price with order. Prompt delivery and satisfac tion guaranteed. Address, W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mais. 'HlSBnri KfalllllllllllllllBlallllllllllllHBalallallllllllllHallHHii vTF W. L DOUGLAS $3 SHOE OENflSYLVANIA KAILUOAD OS AND X after September a, 1340. trains leave union station. I'lttsborg. as lollowt, astern Standard Time: MAIN LINE EASTWABtt New York sod Chicago Limited or Pullman Ve- nnme oaiiv at tiubm. entlc xpre dally for the att, 3:35 a.m. train, dally.except Sunday, 6:30a. m. Son day, mall, 8:40 a. m. Day express dally at SOT a. m. tu express aanv RAILK8AB!. l&.r SSkr Mall rati. -oo p.m. I express di xti: Fast Line dally Jt 8:10 p. m. Philadelphia express daily at 4: p. m. juasiern express aaur at ua p. jo. Oreenaburjc express a:lo p. m. weekdays. orerry express jikw a. m. vw aays. AllthrouKh trains connect at Jersey CitTwlta boats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. 3. . r avoldlngdoubleferrlaze and iourner through N. V.Clty. Trains arrive at Union Station as follows; Mall Train, daily JP- nu- Western Express, dally .I'S- nu Faclfle Express, dally -hlSE 2" Chicago Limited Kxpraas. dally........ S: p.m. If ut Cine, dally XT. nSn-m. sOUTUWESr PJSNXI BAUVWAX. For Uniontown, 8:30 ana 8:SSs. m.and4fflp. mM without change of carsi 1160 p.m., connect Ing at Qreensburg. Trains arrive from union town at 9:45 a. m.. 11:20. S:3S and 8:10 p. m. WEST PENNSk-fV-ANlA DIVISION. rromFKUEBAL ffft STATION. Allebenyaty. MaU train, connecting for BlalrsvUle... :45a.m. lutpress. for Blalravllle, connecting tor T3ENNSYLVANIA COMPANY'S LIN j sept. . iao, cw 11UUI9 inoira frosi TJnloa S 46, exoapi Muear. . d 13 ST d 1.- assVesecft ratline, 8:4i a. ra.: cmt- a. m., via P., r. W. & and lOangatown, 746 av YoungstownandNBet, 111 TRAINS URPji As followa from Union Station: for CM, d 7iM a. m ujuzm, aia am n.m.: Toledo. 7 38 a. ra b.h.4.. Yt.An w ..&.( I o.iaiu.r. ...v n ... ucaHub vfwa i land, tm a. m, J2i46 and d UrtS p. m. asd 1M via i-., jr. w. u. KT.i jiew.caw mb - m-s Ui2D n. B.i MaaarlHa. Erie and Aahubula, TMs, m., Ui p. m.j HUM ana damestowB, i:ta p. ra.t juwun, 4 1MB. nu; Wheeling and Bellalrr, SUOav m If i4V . ra.; Beaver Fall 4:00. S p-m.. Beavexrajy, T8 Ml a. u.: Leetidale. 5 JO a.m. ALLEGHENY-Bocaeafer. tdO a. auj Beaver Falls, 8:15, llrto a. m.: Xaoa. io p. a.: Leet. dale, MKlo. 11145 a. n., 2.-60, 4:36, 4i4S, aits. TdtV Siet p.m.; Conway. MJOp.m.; JTalr OakJ, 8 M4Ss m.:Leetsdale, S:S0n, m. TItAlNSAKKIVE Union ataUon from fTiUara, except Monday Ida, d:09. dfds swra a Jr ; xoieao. exeept momomt wl ntmmm ww m.; Toledo, exeept Monday lie t ;.: louBfnewat ana A 10:14 d. a.iNlea and Youngitown-dSJOp. m.:ClerelB4, dSifea. m., 2:36, 7K p. m.: WeellBg aad Beltslrt, tM a. m 2-JB, . m.: Krie aad Aabtabata, IrtB, 10:1S o. m.t MaaaUloa, MiOO a. bj.j mbm aad rfameatown. v:w a-aB.xTBr fauaiwaaq 1:10 n. m.. Beaver rails, a tt p, m.s Leetidale. IDifiTn. m. . ABKITB ALLEGBZNT-Troa Baea, m.t ennway, o:w; itoosetfer, y:w a. b BnUer Butler Accent. I:U n. m. ..8:20 a. m 25 and Si4Sp.m. FOB GENTLEMEN. Our claims for this shoe over all other S3 shoes advertised are: , It contains better material. It is more stylish, belter filling and durable. ' It gives better general satisfaction. It save, more money for the consumer. Ita great sucoess is due to merit . It cannot be duplicated by any other manufac turer. It is (he best In the world, and has a larger de- mand than any other S3 shoe advertised, CC nfin u111 he paid to any person who will 7,UUU prove the above statements to be untrue. Tbe following line ol shoes will befonnd tobeot the same bleh standard of excellence. 15 00 GENUINE HAND SEWED SHOE. $4 00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE. $3 50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE. J2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE. J2 25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE. 12 00 GOOD.WEAR SHOE. $2 00 and SI 75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. All made in Congress, .Button and Lace. W. L DOUGLAS $3 AND $2 SHOES dSL Both Ladles' Shoes are made in sizes from! to 7, including half sizes, and B, O, D, B and EE widths. STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES. "The French Opera," "The Spanish Aroh Opera," "The American Common-Sense," "The Medium Common. Some." AH mads in Button in the Latest Styles. Also, French Opera in Front Lace, on $3 Shoe only. QPFP.1AI W. L. DOUGLAS GRAIN SHOE (laced) for Gentlemen, wih heavy tap sole OrtUIHU and striotly waterproof. Is just out. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Jeok sale by H. J. AG. M. Lane. Fortv-flfth and Butler streets. J N Frobrtnir. . Fifth avenue. D. Carter, 73 Fifth avenue. B. C. Sperber. 1338 Carson street. In Allocueny City, by Henry Rosser, street, aad & Q, HoUmaa, n Rebesa ettjet ' a-8-itB Bpringdsle Accomob.Ua.ni.3and :Mp.m, fteenort Accom til JLnlll!P-1- On Sunday t- Biwano wp.m. North Apollo Aceom. ....UMt.n.woA 0p. a. Alleghenv Junction Accomnioaauon eoanecung iot dbuh. SdSa. m. amh ' tm ti HnnpT' ....... Blalrsvllle Aeeommodatlon . .." M"rH!p-m- Trains arrive at FEDEKAL 8TBEET fcTTATlON: tfipress, connecting from Butler ,.:2?a' m BuUer AccomV".V.V.V"lb"imiri"'nd jiffl p. m. Ulairavllle Accommodation......... :Kp. m. Preenort Aceom.7:40 a . m.. 1:25. 7:20 and HlOp. m. On Bandar waoa. m. and 70 p.m. Bpringdale AcSm....6:J7,ll:a.m..SeiSOp. m. NortliApoUo Accom :40a. m. and 5:40 d. m. MONOdOAHZLA DlYISlOJi. Trains leave DnlonsUUon. Plrtsonrg. asfc-nows: Tor MonongaheU City. Wen Brownsville and Uniontown. 10:40 a.m. For Monongahela City and West Brownsville, 7rt and 10:40 a.m. and 40 p.m. Uneunday, 1:01 p7m. Jfor Monongahela Clrj. : p. m.. week daya. Uravosburar Ac, week days, SOB p. m. West Elissbeth Accommodation, 8:20a. m., 20, 6ausndnd5p.m. Sunday. 9:40 p. jn. Ticket offices Corner iourtli avenue and Try street and Union station. CBAS. E. PUUB, General Manager. J. B. WOOIJ, Gen'l I'aaa'r Agent. PANHANDLK KODTE- JULX8..1S8S. UNION, Cincinnati and St. Louis, d 7:39 a-m., d 8j09 and J d Uili p. m. uenniaon, : u. m. "ijfts 12:05, d 11115 p. m. WbeUnr, 7i a. m bmb; stlOp. vZ BteubeuTiUe. U m. Wialdngtoa. 8145,:85 a. m..l,80,4:is,4p.-m. Bnlger.WjJ a.m. Burtttttown, 3U:36a.m.. 8 pnu Mans field, 7ili. : ilMti. ra.. lr0 6V d S,19U p.nu, McUonaldf, d4:Mld:45p. ra. From the West, J2:li. dtOT a. to., 8 dSiM p.m. Dennlson, :Wa.m. 8teubenvUle.faSp.ra. Wheeling.-? V 1:45 .bu. 86, :S p.m. BnrMttj. town, 7:15a. m.,B:w a.m. """1""!;.Ti"iS3, i- !(! a. m tus. :4S T).- ra. ManaSeM. SMt. Bslster. lip.a. MoiBaU, dd ,SL, i Jm ddaByt S Saa4y ortyi M Vlass. sstsif ,JL- itavlc 88, Srtl. J ;w js ill a.uts. m. irmtmi m iDE. dibu. m nw es. ausaa a raan . Oaks, S8:a. m.:Leetlalt. S4p. ai-liSeavW, only: d. daUyt otter tnM. sxeea Falls. 7il0a.ni., 8i4S p. n Falls. 3 8:13 p.m. o. ooDur Bandar. PrrrsBUBG and lakx eris batlso COMPANY Schedule In eSect JiuVK central ume. iiarASTTor Laevetaaa. fva. COMPANY, ral time- Ui a. m., 1:35, 4ilL 9:80 p. $5Li cago and St. Louis, 8:00a. ra li, ftm. wi, For Buffalo, S.-OOa. ra.. 4:10, 1s3bp. ra. For BaBV raanes, icoOa. ra.. 4Mb. ra. For Yonnaaaena manes, icooa. a.. iiMv. ra. For xovuesews and Newcastle, SrSO, 3. lMK a. a., l,-44, 9:30 p. m. For Beaver FaBs, Ml Stes, jtce, 10:15 a. m... 1:3K. 8:30, 4:M. 8:15. -h p. m7 -Tor unaruera. asm, yi-.m au m. a as, siw. -S-SS, 76, "8:0ft. 8:80. S-J6. 10:15 a. ra.. Hats. 4tj4a; 1:40. J:3e, 14:30; 4:60 J.-OB. 5:15, lisf, nM0j a wnTTfH ' V SVfH.t. .: M.4kA - . sal 5:84, IX, SHOp. m. From ClosaaCblfaga and Et. Louis, 12 da, im p. tiT Tnw Srfilc, i: p. i vtr rmn Vnnwtm ttso a. ra.. mmr tm.- w 'JtHo, SOB-m. Sda, ewa aad 8:30 a. m. ca. HJ0. TM p, Newcastle. tdK 9:40p. m. From Bearer Fall. Ids. S488, Jdt, O. Ml.. -M.W tiXU, .Ob .BO. OTW D. Bl. x traxas Xros ataoaBeta. 9ta a. 4i p. m. jr or sen ana .neeesav m.. 3:30 n. m. P.. (V Y. tnlti. fleld, Kssen and Beechmout, 7nW a. in.. 11 ai aa- 1-. jicfl. 1 . . K.-LHFAHT rer rtew SlSOa. m.. a.aiTi T Vnr Wt NntlML l"& iO:05a.Bi.. JJ0, 5:15 p.m. Ajuvrx From New Haven, rfao a. m.,- "ike p. n. From West New ton, 8:15. r7l a. ra., l:Jt. "50 p. ra.?rS" Keeaport, Etlsabetk aad M. osMMfaheta OW iJft UMa, ra., Sas," ip. ra. FrtraMoaoBga! nT.aaaaDotn assi jiieB.esfeit. -s - DaUy. 1 Sundays oly. twBl '"S.WSil latsoaSanSay. I WBI -ran two boars UtMlfl Saaday. Uty ticket ogee. 889 SgitnaeM ar.l & 1 a, auijsms "&M s3vi1 -I-TtTSHItBO AWfl WESTERN Jr Trains (Ct'l Bun d time) I Leave. BAU.1 War Er., A, Toledo, Kaael SH8 a awoer AC bteai l eosaw4i mimtamii alias., dly).. 9sa . tU49 .C A- i rtimji ' -".--y"" V T,v .