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THE- PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, MONDAY, MARCH
30. 1S9L A YERY GAY OUTLOOK. Inlcrestins Talk About the Year's Trottinj; Prospects. WILL THE RECORDS BE BEOKEX ? President J, Talmer OW'eil Sajs ill Is in Good Shape. GENERAL SP011TIXG SEWS OF THE DAI A well-known patron of the trotting track who frequently visits the city, arrived here this evening. "While he has always much to say of interest about the trotters and paccre, be emphatically declines to haTe his name made public Dunn; a conversa tion last evening he said: "Now mark my prediction: This will be one of the greatest yeirs on record for the trotters and pacer. Kecently 1 have spent much time anion? the leading trainers and owners, and the censr.il opinion is similar to the one I have just ex pressed. There is already great speculation going on now as to whether or not the record of .Maud S. will be equaled or beaten this year. Some very good authorities think It will be equaled. I am not prepared to go that far, al though it ;s Tery difficult to tell what will bo done. Si.nol, in the estimation of many, will beat iC9 before noj.t Christmas Day. Some of the best judge-, of trotters 1 hate lately met do not think that the great jjy will Ret below ??, but the majority of judges are inclined to thintc that slio will equal that mart. Hut let me draw attention to three great horses; and I can tpcak with authority about them. I refer to AH. rton, JlcDocl and Nancv Hanks. I will not bo surprised if all these three go the mile In2:10 this j ear. Allerton is a great horse. I really expect him to make a mark of 2:10, and if he due it may be in the third heat. lintkl Dobis, who certainly is a groat judge, ha the greatest faith la Mclioel and Xaucy Hanks, ai.ct we all know that both of them arc fixers. This prompts me to predict that one or botli of them will get to the 2:10 mark. As I haTe just said, the year will be a great one all round. Not only will the fljers of last-earbe t.peedier. but we'll have numerous nevr ones that will startle the world. In my rounds among the tuinL-rs I Mud that there arc many 'rods In pickle,' and that some more Sensa tional young-ter will come to the front. OI course lam not at liberty to giro any names at pre'ent, but some ot thee expected won ders arc west of Pittsburg. It is safe to tay that there v ill be uiore money in trotting this yeir than ever before because every jear is adding men of wealth to the trotting track. Whj, just think of it, only two or three jears aro wo used to be talkin? about a ihl-t, 2:11 or a 2:l.Vhnrse as a wander. Now wo !ia e got down to speculating about 2:09 or 2:10. Surclj ibi is a nronf that American are more In love with trotting races now than thev over werp. "During my last trip I heard many traineis and owners talcing about the Pittsburc meet in;. They all like to come here and 1 feel confident that wo will have some groat horses lierc this year." KH. C'KEIL QUITE HAPPY. Ho Returns From the Cincinnati Meeting Satisfied With tho Settlement. President J. Palmer O'Xcil, of the local clnb, returned from Ciucinuatl yesterday looking as brightas- new dollar. During a conversation lie said: "Cincinnati is now all right and we have gotten things into fine shape there. Oh; the injunction. Why, that amounts to nothing; really nothing at alk We'll go ahead just as if there had been no injunction; that is, the injunction will not interfere with our plans. Cincinnati capital will run tho Cincinnati club and everybody will bo fairly dealt with. Oh, no; we won't ci.cit either Prince or Wagner. They will net Ti:ir due. The restraining order iipon Mr. Young ordering him not to pay over to Mr. J'.linfon tho mone deposited in his hands, is aed bv Judge llcach iu the case of Prince and W-gner vs. Johnson, Hrunell, Ward. Talcott, et aL. and ferted late this afternoon, will prc enT Mr. Youujr from paving the amount in fiilk As tho Lejgue, however, untlei the ad vie of its attorneys, Messrs. Paxron & War rinc'on, had already determined that all the rights of the Prince and Wagner interests to the amount of monevs invested by thrin in the purchase of the Cincinnati club should bo recognized and protected, the service of the enjoining papers on Mr. Young was super fluous "1 ho l.eatruo attorneys will dnnhtless have this supplemental injunction modified so as to enable Mr. Johnson to be paid and the interests of Prince, Wagner and others guaranteed ana assumed." It may be mentioned that President Young has issued the lollovi ng for publication: "The lrfague, by a unanimous vote, approved and ratified the agicetncnt entered into between Mr. O'Ncil, representing the National League Committee, and Mr. A. L. Johnson, of Cleve land, relating to the purchase of the capital Mock in the Cincinnati Baseball Club. The money consideration named in the acreement to be paid to Mr. Johnson has been deposited w lib Mr. N T. Yonng, Secretary and Treasurer f the League. Ihe same was ordered to bo paid forthwith to .Mr. Johnson on his compii .ance r.ith the requirements of the agreement,'' TEEIE AJJKTJAL BAKQrjT. r.tembers ot tho J. II. Porto litiing Clnb llne an Knjoyable Time. The fifth annual banquet of the James H. Parte Kishmg Clnb was hold yesterday at the Aloaungahela House. About 60 members of the club and their friends celebrated the event. The banquet was a sumptuous one and was ei.Jojed by all present. After the good things bad been consumed brief speeches were made by Mr. Porte, Mr. hhear. President of the club, Mr. McMullen. Dr. Cotten and others. Tho club is in a more flourishing condition than ithas ever been, both in membership and finances. The members in tend to have a camping excursion of three or four weeks during the summer. Cincinnati's New Players. Cincinnati, March 28 It is a little prema ture to fay who the new men will be on the Cincinnati League team. A little guess may be hazarded at this time. The outfielder will like ly be cither Billy Sunday or Slattery. of the NewYorks. P.rooklyn Smith will be at short if he can be secured, while Roat, of the Pitts liurgs, will be engaged as a u ility man. There j yet a pitcher " be secured. Cleveland has Hie pitchers signed and another one in pros pect. Cincinnati is very likely to get one of their extra men. A Champion llilliard Performer. Mr. Lou Shaw, the champion fancy shot Mlliardist of the world, is Mill in the city, and will cive several exhibitions here this week. On Wednesday evening lie will give finger and cue exhibitions at the Kenmawr Hotel, and during tho week he performs at one or two of the leading clubs. He is a wonderful performer and did sme extraordinary feats last week at Davis" rooms. Mr. Shaw may locate here per manent!. Merely Mutter of Money. Chicago. March 29. George VanHaltrcn, who deserted Anson for the Baltimore Associa tion club, passed through Chicago to-day to re lrt. He said he jumped as a matter of busi ness only. He ngned a two years' contract at "S-oOO, and received 5700 advance. The best Chicago would do was 2,500 on a one-year contract. Sporting Notes. Tim,iantscl Jim Mutrle were shut out by the Jati-ers in a gan.e on Saturday. THE Our Hoys bill dub, or the Southside, will be organized fur the beason hortly. THK Leacup magnates are cvidentlv not losing an) 6leen over that Cincinnati Injunction. MiJAors Louis day before yesterdav tele grnplied Aril- l.miiain at Lj mi, Maes. : "Come on at nc iith jour cine" arm. We are going to Hot firings." l.ath Old not reply until yester day, when tin- following characteristic replv came over the wire: "I have nothing: not even an airship. 1 vent to the bank to-dayand drew my brcatlu I or heaven's sake loosen up: the old hois i- ready lor work." -Cincinnati Kuquirtr. What if the Association does force the Cin cinnati Park into the hands of a receiver!"' said ilauaner I.oltus jestcrdas. "Ihe League will hale all the best ol it. The league hasflisOOOor the stock, not counting Wagner's and Prince's interest. Suppose the leateonthe park Is Suld tolhehbthest bidder? The proceeds of the sale lh twbplltuli among the stockholders and the 1-eague would pet ltf money back." Cincinnati LiitHlrer. Toui Itts, Whether on pleasure bent or business, should take on every trip a bottle cf Syrup of Figs, as it acts roost pleasantlv and effectually on the kiCnejs, liver and bouel. preventing fever, headaches and otter forms of sickness. For hale iu 0c and tl bottles by all leading drug gists. mbl" Use Iron City beer. You're certain to like it. THE OIL SCOUT'S REVIEW. SO CEAKGS TO CH20MCLE FOB THE PAST SEVEN DAYS. Production Gradually Declining, bnt the Ad vent of Hotter Weather and Itoads May Witness a Revival The Progress of tho Wells at Wild wood. The beginning oi a new week and the near close of another month has brought forth no material change in the aspect of the petroleum trade. The most important point is, however, the general decline of produc tion and the 'increased use of glycerine. Nowhere has there been any territory brought to light that is likely to become an important factor in the future of the trade. It is difficult to tell how soon this state of affairs may be changed by the festive wildcattor which now abounds in the expansive region where there Is a liKcllhood of finding the oleaginous fluid. The great Russian bear did not create the panic that its size indicated, and the 400.000 barreler must have been mistaken for a tidal wave of the foreign grip. It rnnstnot be forgot ten that the low price of the itanle will material ly cut tall operations, as has been thought bv many, and in which view The Dispatch scout coincides. As soon as better weather and roads prevail the volume of operations will bo surprising, if all the new work now contem plated is exacoted. Looking for New Territory. The Dispatcu has taken particular pains to make a tborougn investigation of the condition and the future outlook of almost every field or pool, and finds that this is the state of affali: In Old Virginia, wnicli, cenerally speaking, has been a bard road to travel, tho revival of oper ations in old pools and the search of tho ven turesome for new territory is already mani fested. In the Northern anil Middle fields, although the tenitoryis light, the same dis position is apparent. Kile county will be the scene of more activity truii has been witnessed here for some time, while the same maybe said of several sections of Forest and Clarion counties. Allechcny county, so far as activity is con cerned, from the present indication, will be tho banner field. Although the waning da) s ot tho great Wildwood are at hand, there will be a largo amount of work here, whllo from every point of the compass verging from this held for eight or ten mile the experimental work now in band is but an index of w hat it will be before the summer is ended. The other points of ino-t interest in this county aro Coraopolls ana McCurdy, News From tho Fields. firrriAi. TitLroKAM to the DtspaTcr.t Wildwood Field news of any special im portance yesterday was not to be found. At Wildwood the record of tho week shows that the production was kept np by shooting, there bemz: 10 or 12 wells torpedoed. This accelerat ing influence on the output will soou be fol lowed by a decline, and the territory will show lis effects. Tho Alston advance producer was shot Thursday and started off at 45 inches an hour. It was only doing 1- inches in tho same time Saturday. No. 2. Six-Acre lot, was shot Satur day morning and started off at a 20-barrel-an-liour gait, bnt before the shades of evening had ratnered the well ceased to yield. Rungan No. L shot Friday night, was doing 4 inches an hour on .Saturday, while No. 4 had a record of about seven inches an hour. The Snnline Oil Company's No. 1 Whitesell is from 12 to 15 feet in tne sand, with only a small shoulng of oil. The result of this venture Ins been delayed by a tisuing job. Kennedy No. 2 at present Is not maklug anything, but when pnt In pumping tinier will, perhaps, make a ten barreler. lilack A Co. are still reaming down on the Mur ray heirs'. The Smith Oil Company's No. 8 is making but 25U barrels a day, and No. 7, same coinanv.sbot a few das ago,has also declined. W. E. Griffith A Company's ro. i Smith, shot Friday, is doing 12 inches an hour, and No 11 Whitesell is flowing at the rate of 500 barrels a day. No. 1 Kretzer is making five inches an hour, and Kress No. 1350 barrels an hour. No. 5 Hcrr is lishmir tor a bit just below the first pay. The Roth Company's well, on the Fer guson, is througn the sand and dry. Deep Drilling Near Wheeling. Wheeling. March 29. Messrs. Scott and Bradj. accompanied by Prof. J. C White, geol ogist at the State University, visited the test well up Caldn ell's run yesterday. The well is 4.10S feet deep, and it was intended to abandon it at thai depth. Prof. White, however, stated that tho well Is now the deepest in the State, and he would like to see it drilling some 200 or SCO feet deeper. His reason is that at that ueptn is supposed to exist ino iimesrono De nc.it h which all the gas and nil found in Canada is supposed to come. No effort has ever been made to tap that stratum in this section, and he tninks something of value may be found under the stone named. Au effort will now be made to have the well sunk to the depth named. A Well Started Near Evans City. KVAJ.S ClTV. Three miles west of Evans City Mcllride and Kennedy aro starting a well on the Graham farm. McC. Latest Oil Quotations. Trading durinc the week was unimportant, and the price sagged from opening to finish. 1 bis was due to the fact that the Standard was buying. It alwajs finds a way to knock the props ont when it wjnts the stuff. If condi tions were allowed to have their legitimate ef fect there would be no question of an advance, but with practicallv only one buyer this is too much to expect. Producers must work out their own salvation. Factors at present influencing the market about offset each other, making a radical chance for better or worse exit eiuely doubtful. While the held is bullish, the season is near at hand for a heavy shrinkage in the demand'for refined. With this handle ready for use. it is not likely the Standard will permit crude to soar very high. Oil Citt. March 2S. National Transit cer tificates opened at 73c: hichet, 73c: lowest, 72?c; closed. 72;jc; sales, 28,000 barrels: clear onco. 150.000 barrels; charters, J9.841 barrels; shipments, 5S,lbl barrels: ruus, 115,763 barrels. Bradford. March 28. National Transit cer tificates opened at 73c: closed at72Jc; nlgheat, 73c; lowest, 72c; clearances. 2S2.W.U barrels. HOME STOCKS AND MONEY. No Appetite for Speculation After tho Ilollday The Clearings, Few figures and no business were the char acteristics of the stock call Saturday. There were a few buj ins Aiders for Philadelphia (Jas and Electric but they were held back. An at. tempt to place tbem would have started values upward, which is always discouraged at the end of the week. Total sales were 2,214 shares, nearly all Inrnished by Electric and Philadel phia Gas. The only thing that developed special strength during the week was Central Traction, but it lacked staying power and fell back at the finish. With the exceptions of Electric and Philadel phia Gas everything on the active list closed at or near the lowest point of the week. The volume of trade for the five davs was but little below that of the full previous week, showing that the inipiovement which set in early in the mouth ig making steady progress. Business for the first quarter of 1S91 will make a better showing than expected. It will fall considerably short of 1890, but will exceed 18S3. So long as trade keeps company with tbejeais there can be no ground for complaint. The Clearing House report follow..: Saturday's exchanges Saturday's balances Kxchanges for week(S days). ... Ualancesfor week (S davs) Kxchanrcs previous week.. Balances previous week Exchanges week of 133! Balances week of 1830..... .... i. 296. MS 85 K2. S)l S3 ll,Uai9 80 2.169.5UC!0 , 11.949, 619 !i i-Cl.NT, 43 14. SB. 29.1 4 2,219,534 20 EOSE A LITTLE BIT. fclx Indies More Water In the Itivers Than There Uai Yesterday. The II. K. Bedford will leave for Parkers burg at noon to-day. The marks on the Monongahela wharf show 7 feet 10 inches, a rise of six inches in the past 21 hours. The Keystone State arrived from Cincinnati last evening, nr.d will leave for the same port at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Headache, neuralgia, dizziness, ner vousness, spasms, sleeplessness, cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Samples free at Jop, rieiuing & Sou's, Market sU M Ton can find your friends' new addresses iu the removal column on the third ptge of to-dav's Dispatch, jiwf When baby was sick, we cave her Castorti. When she was a Child, sbeciiedforCastorla, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When fihe had Childrtn-she gave theinCastoru jn77-jnrrsa THE Mm OF TRADE. Sharp Fluctuations in Cereals and Eggs Were the Marked FEATURES OF THIS WEEK'S TEADE. The Effort to Boom Ilides West Is Check mated in the East. LIGHT DIVES AM) LEATHER DULL. Office of Pittsbtjko Disr-ATCH, J Saturday, March 2S. In lines of country produce the only articles that have shown great activity the week pest are potatoes and eggf. At the close ot last week pggs were up to 27c per dozen, and at the close of this week are down to 20c per dozen. It is doubtful if in any one week heretofore as many eggs were received in this market as this week. One dealer reports orders for 8,000 dozen the past week. Last Saturday our markets were almost bare of hen fruit, but all signs of scarcity disappeared early in the week. But while stock has been rushing in by river and rail from all quarters the past few days, demand apnears to keep pace with sunply, and the stock which will be carried over Uaster Is light. A dealer who handled two car loads this week reported that he had hardly a case left on Saturday. The feature of the week in cereal lines has been the sharp advance in corn and oats. The boom was overdone, and part of tho advance has been lost. Shell corn was sold above 73c and oats at CJe per bushel, the highest price reached for a number ot years. A year ago at this time corn and oats were selling at less than one half present prices. Corn has not beeu as high sincu 1SS2.1S it has been this week. Hides uml Leather. Light hides are dull atlast week's quotations, while steer bides and calfskins are fairly steady. The seat-on is now at its height, when the quality of offerings is at its lowest. Grubs arc retting in their best work, and with long hair, which harbors dirt and manure, the bides offered are much below par. In addition, leather is dull and tanners are not inclined to buyheavilv even at the reduced rates. The Chicago (S'ioe and Leather Review has this to say of the situation: "Unless tanners can se cure an advance in leather it will lie 'nip and tuck with them to pay the ruling price for hides. Shoe manufacturers are de termined to resist any attempts toward ad vances. At the same time they are ennallv anxious to hold rates steady, ana in the face of light receiots and offerings of country bides thero seems but one alternative, and that to curtail production until such times as stocks of raw material may incroase." Western dealers have of, late made a strong effort to boom tho hide market, but Eastern tanners and dealers failed to respond. The latter were so decided in their opinion that the boom was inopportune that they announced their determination to shut down rather than submit to Western prices. The East is o lar the winner in the conflict. The attempted boom in Western markets has proved abortive, as markets are now lower than at any time this season on light hides. Yankee persistence has been more than a match for Western push. Killing Quotations. Following are nriccs paid by dealers and tan ners for stock delivered here : No. 1 green salted steers, CO pounds and over 7V No. 1 green salted cows, all weights o. 1 green salted hides. 40 to 00 pounds.. No. 1 greeu salted hides, 25 to 40 pounds.. No. 1 green salted bulls No. 1 green salted calfskins Jo. 1 green salted veal kips o. 1 green salted lunner kips No. 1 green steers, CO pounds and over.... o. 1 green cows, all weights o. 1 srreen bullb t'A 5 S 4 4 4S 44 41, e 4 3 .10c?l 50 4 No. i green niaes. su io w pounos No. 1 green hides, 25 to 40 pounds., Jo. 1 green canning o. lgrccuvcal kips No. 1 green runner Kips.. bhcepskins Tallow, prime , These prices subject to change without notice. Iteduction for o. 2 stock IKc per pound on steers and light hides; He on bulls and 2c on calf skins. Harness leather trade in this line is slow. Following are prices established by Allegheny tanners: JS'o. 1 Trace It Trace Ho, 1 extra heay, 180 lbs. and over... B extra beavj. 16-TOs. anil over... Mo. 2 extra heavy. 1M) lbs. and over. . Mo. lncavy, lUto lCOtts B heavv, 13tl to M fts No. 2 heavy, 130 to 160 16 lilack line ..37 . a; ..32 ..so ..2S 31 ..21 13 MARKETS BY WIKE. Chicago Produco Finn, Strong and Higher Targo Dealings in May 'Wheat Corn SnJTera Depression, but Kecovers Provisions Are Animated. CHICAGO Markets were strong yesterday. Strength continued to be the feature to the close. Alay sold up to SI 04,and closed at 51 V'S1 bid. Tho corn market opened moderately active and very Arm at 66c bid. After the price had reached 07ic it became steadier, but still re tained its strength, and in the end made a further advance, reselling as high as 67c, and stood at IZyic at the close. There was considerable realizing In the oats crowd, and also considerable selling of May and buying of July. Tho buying was mostly for birt account, and was well scattered. The market opened c above the close of Thursday and suffered a Might decline, hardening and closing at highest prices of the day, making a gain of c. Trading In provisions was very animated. The receipts of hogs were light and tho prices higher. That gave the market its opcmnir impetus, under which prices soared. Lard and ribs vied with pork in both activity and strength, and ultimately surpassed it. Pork advanced, compared with Thursday's closing prices, 75c per barrel; lard 40c and ribs 45c. The leading futures ranged .is rnilows. as cor rected by John M. Oakley A Co., 45 Sixth street, members uf Chicago Hoard of Trade: Open- High- Low- Clos- ARTICLES. Inc. est. est. Ing. tVltltAT, MO.2 March St t 1 04 1 00) 102 May 1 IC'4 1 04 1 0i! 1 03i July. 101,4 102 CORK. NO. I .March C5W 67 MVf MM May t4l4 ts 6.l!i Ci't Julv 10 tlii U l7n OATS. MO. 2 May 53U 53, 525, 5.VJ June S3J4 .) l:h :ah July 51j S24 51V i-in ME6S l'or.s. .March J 12 00 12 52)i ?I2 (0 $12 521 May IS 15 12 C7! 12 15 12 GTJs July 12 65 13 07,4112 65 13 07) l.ARU. March CM 6CKI G 5.1 tffl'i -Mav 670 Girj 6 70 6 97) July C95 7!3 6 05 7 25 SHORT 1IIBS. .March 5 S7H 105 5 77!4' 6 05 May 5 92W 6 20 5li,1 6 20 July. 625 655 6151653 Cash quotations were as tollows: Flour steady and unchanged. No. 2 spring wheat. SI 01: No. 3 sprins wheat. 9199c; No. 2 red, Jl 0261 03: No. 2 corn. 6JJc: No. 2 oats. 52c: No. 2 rye. 85c: No. 2 barlev nomiDal; No. 1 flaxseed. SI 201 20; prime tim othy seed, SI 27. Mess pork, por'bbl. S12 50. Lard, per 100 lbs. SO 82. Short rib sides (loose). S6 0026 10: dry salteu shoulders (boxed). S4 COS 4 70; short clear sides (boxed), SO 20S6 25. Susars unchanged. On the Produce Exchange to-day the butter market was unchanged. Eggs, 17018c ST. LOUIS-FIotirfirm,dcraandsInw. Wheat Tho opening was 14c don for Mav and Julv. :md c for August compared with Thursday's close. The market ruled quiet, fluctuating for noma time within a c range. About 10:30. however, there was a strengthening in figures, prices improving. The market ruled firm to the close. No. 2 red. cash, 51 02J1 03; Jiav. SI 02gl03jclo8incatSl 031 035 July. 95 696Ci.closinir at BGJc: August. 9JQ94Uc; closing at 94Jic Corn Although tue first trades were at ia advance over Thursday's closing pnces.tbe) advanced slizlitlv afterward. There was subsequently a break and a rapid decline followed, only to recover before noon and continue firm to me close. No. 2, cash; 63SG3Kc: .Ma, 62iS64c, closing at 63c. July. 616JC, closing at OSc Oats quiet bin firmer; No. 2 cash, 52xflc; May. 5S 53Jic, closing at 52Jc; July, ieCJ4jc, closing at 4oi Rye in better demaud; No. 2 at 90c Barley nothing done. Hay steady and firm for prairie; strong and higher for timothy; prairie prime to fancv, S10 O0Q11 50; tiniothv prime to gilt edge, SH 50Q14 00. Butter steady and un changed. Ejrirs weak at 14c Cornmeal higher at S3 153 2a Provisions opened strong and gained strength richt along, closinc verv firm. Pork higliei; standard mes, 512 23 12 50. ljard firmer; prime steam, 16 50. Ury trait meats higher and tending up: boxed shoulders. S3 37S34 50; lonirs. S5 95; rlb. So 95 60 00: short cie ir. 6 1C66 15. Bacon flrui; boxed shonldcrs, S5 00: longs. J8 376 50; ribs, J 6 25: short clear, S6 60(JG GJ. Hams firm at S9 00011 5a MILWAUKEE Flour quiet. Wheat Arm; No. 2 spring, on track, cash. 95c: May. 9iJc; No. 1 Northern. SI 04. Corn firmer: No. 3, on track, 66c Oats firmer. Barley firmer; No. 2, tu store, 70c Rye easier; No. 1, ir store, 77c. Provisions quiet; Pork. Hay, 12 0. Lard .May. IG 95. NEW YORK Flour quiet and unchaneed Cornnical steady and quiet; yellow Western,. f3 303 65. Wrheat Spot market stronger.with options dull; No. 2 red. 51 15USJ1 lin eleva tor, $1 17K81 17J4 afloat, 51 16K1 " f. ' b.; No. 3 red, Jl 09; ungraded red, SI 111 154S No. 1 Northern. SI 22(81 22: No. 1 hard, 1 25Q1 25K- Options opened He higher on forciirn buying, declined f$y.i on pressure of local dealers, advanced $.a on covering and better private cables, closed unchanged to Jc up for the dav and firm; No. 2 red March, closing. SI 13; May, $1 10flll HK-Clo-lns SI V& June. SI 0SX?1 09K. closing El 09; Jnlv, SI 00 7-16l 07K. closinir SI 07: August. SI 02 1 02X. closinir SI 02; September. SI 01 1 02, cIoins $1 Vl; December. $1 OSVi&i. Wt. closing SI 0SJ6. Re steady and quiet. Barley steady and quiet; No. 2 Milwaukee, 82Kle: un graded Western, 77J$a85c: Canada, 8SS90C Corn Spot market dull and easier; No. 2, 78Jc in elevator, 79c afloat: uneraded mixed, 77S 79c; steamer mixed, 77K879c; options ad vanced Ho on foreign buving, declined lc on realizing, closed ?ic off for the day, but Arm: March. 78Kc: May- 71J72c: clos ing at 72ic; June; C9-7UKc. closing at 70c; July, G9S70c. closing at 70c. Oats, spot, market dull and weaker; options dull: March, 59c: April. SSc: May, SbJJc; July 5Sc; spot. No. 2 while. 6()Glc; mixed Western. 57Q62c; white do, 60B5c; No. 2 Chicago, 60c Hay -teady; shipping, 45c; good to choice, 5070c. Hops steadv and quiet; State, com mon to choice, 2130c; Pacific Coast, 2230c. Tallow easy and dull: city, (52 for packages) 5c. Kggs quiet and weaker: Western, 21c Hides quiet ana firm; wet. salted Nmv Orleans selected. 45875 pounds, 7SSc; Texas selected, 50 to 60 pound?, 698c Poik firm and moro active: old mess. VI 25&12 00: new mess. S13 O0Q13 50; extra prime, Sll 00011 50. Cutmwats quiet; pickled bellies. Co; do shoulders. 4S4c; do hams, 7f 8c; middles quiet and flrni: short clear, 10 35. Lard excited and advancing; Western steam, S7 02: option sales, 2.500 tlerees: April, S7 05; Mav. JS Siff7 00, closmc at S7 10: July, J7 17. closing at $7 35 bid; August. 57 27, closing at S7 47 bid: September. S7 53. Butter quiet; finest grades weak: Western dairy, 32Sc: do creamerv. 21lle; do factory, 13.'8s: Elgin. 3132c. Cheese fairlv active and rlrm; skims, GJiiJlOc; Ohio flats, 8llc BALTIMORE Wheat Western firmer: No. 2 winter red. spot. SI 08 bid: March. $105 bid; Mav. SI 09K1 09?i: July. SI CC? bid: August, SlTJlhid. Corn Western steauv: mixed spot, 71Jag7tc; March. 7171c; April, 71Q71Vc: May, 71c bid; July. 70c hid: steamer, G9c bid. Oati Western white. 0JSG3c; do do. mixed. CO Glc; crarted No. 2 white. 62K63e; dodo. inixed.Gl62,c Rre nominal; choice,93"e3Sl 00; eood to prime, 95fi97c; common to fair, 8-"xTJ2c Hay firm: choice timothy, S10 5C11 00; good to prime, S3 50Q10 00. Provisions strong: mess pork, old, S12 50: new, Sll 00. Bulkmeats, loose shnnlders. 554'! 'ng clear and clear rib side, 6Jc; sugar pickled shoulders, 5-JJc: sugar cured smoked shoulders, 6c; hams, small. lOjc; large. lOJfc. Lard Rehned. 7Jc: crude, bJic Butter steadv; creamery, fancy. 32c: do. lair to choice. 30031c: do, imitation, 2930c: laale fancy, 2Sc; do, good to choice. 2627c; rolls, fine, 26327c; do, fair to good, 2Li21c Eggs strong and firm at 22c PHILADELPHIA-Flour dull. Wheat firm and options advanced Klc; choice milling grades quiet; No. 2 red, March, SI 07KQ1 C8; April, si liStfl us$;Mayanu June. si IV&'l iu;$. Corn Options firm; carlots dull and a shiile lower: steamer No. 2 mixed, in grain depot. 76c; No. 2 high mixed, on track, 78c; No. 2 high mixed, and yellow, in grain depot, 7c; No. 2 mixed, in elevator. 77c: No. 2 mixed. March, 74 75c; April. 7474jc; May, 7172c: June, 7ui71c Oats steady, but quiet; No. 3 white, 5Kc; No. 2 white, regular, 59o; No. 2 white, March. oSesaKc: April. 59gj;4c; May, 69 53c;June. 59J59Kc. Provisions steady, tut demand less active, l'nrk Mess, new, S13 00 13 50: do lamlly, S14 00314 50; hams, smoked, SKQlOKe. Butter steauv. but quiet; Pennsyl vania creamery extra, 33c Eggs dull; Penn sylvania firsts, 2021c. MINNEAPOLIS There was a good demrnd from local millcis to-day. No. 1 Northern sold early at S9Ke, nut later In sympathy with the strength iu futures piices were advanced to SI OL No. 2 Northern sold at first at 97Kc and later up to S9c. The bulk went at 9Sfi9SKc The outside demand was fair. Receipts lor two days were 3.50 cars, with shipments of 195. Clos ing quotations: No. 1 hard. March, SI 02; on track, $103: No. 1 Northern. March, HSJic: April, SI 00; Mav, SI 00; on track, SI 00 il 01; No. 2, Northern, March, 97c; on track, 98gP9c: July, Jl 02. CINCINNATI Flour steady. Wheat nominal: No. 2 red. SI 05. Corn scarce and higher; No. 2 mixed. 71 jJ71Kc Oats easier; No. 2 mixed, 50Xc Rye in talr demand; No. 2. Die Pork held higher. iG 40 bid. Bulkmcau higher; short ribs, SO OOgO 12K. Bacon held higher; short clear, S7 00. Butter sieidy and firm. Egg-sex-cited aud higher, 1681Gc Cheese strong. TOLEDO Wheat dull and higher; cash, and March. SI 05: May. SI 07: July, SI 01; August. 97Kc Corn active and weak; May, (I7jc. Oats quiet and stead; cash, 54J4c. No. 2 white, 50c Cloverseed dull and steady; cash and March, S4 55. Flour, SI 89. KANSAS CITY Wheat quiet; No. 2 hard, cash and March, 88c bid; No. 2 red, cash, 95c bid. Corn higher: No. 2 cash, 60-JJc bid. Gljtfc asked: March. 61Xc bid. Oats sieady; No. 2 cash, 50c bid; March, 4'Jic. bid. Eggs unsettled at 13c DULUTH Wheat quiet bn sellinz lWc above Thursday but strong to-day. s closing prices. Closing nuotations: No. 1 bard. cash. SI 02; Ma. $1 05: No. 1 Northern, cash, 99c; May, SI 02; No. 2 Northern, cash, 96c LOCAL LIVE STOCK. Condition of markets at East Liberty Stock Yards. OFFICE OF FITTSBUKO DlSPATCn, I Saturday. March 28. Cattle Receipts. 1,003 head; shipments, 810 head; market nothing ilolnr; all through con signments;! car cattle shipped to New York to-day. Hoes Receipts. 2,700 head: shipments. 2.150 head: market firm: Philadelnliias. 14 b5 4 IK); best mixed. S4 85; best orkers, S4 704 80: pigs and light Yorkers, 54 0001 50; 2 cars hogs shipped to New York to-day. Sheep Receipts. 600 head; shipments, 400 head; market dull and very little doing a; about unchanged prices. Ily Telegraph:. OMAHA Cattle Receipts. 2,150 head: mar ket slow aud about steady on most desirable grades of both beeves and butcher stock, and weak to 10c lower on others; feeders lifeless; fancy 1.400 to 1,600-pouud steers, S4 75(15 60: primo 1,200 to 1.475-pound steers, SI 104 85; fair to good 1.C50 to L350-t"und steers, ii 00 4 35. Hogs Receipts, 4,600 head; market opened active and 10c higher: alt sold earlj; quality, poorest of the season: range. $3 90 4 40: bulk. S4 2004 35; piL'. SI 75S3 25; light lilhts. $3 0033 75: light. S3 904 So: heavy, $4 25 04 40; mixed, $4 20gl 35. Sheep Receipts, 600 head; market easier: all sold; natives, S275 5 CO; Westerns, S2 504 9a CINCINNATI Hogs In better demand and stronger; common and light, S3 904 65; pack ing and butchers. $4 50g4 90; receipts, 1,900 head; shipments, L200 head. Cattle in fair de mand aud firm: common. S20u3 25; fair to choice butcher grades, S3 50S500; receipts, 130 head;shipmeuts50 head. Sheep in light demand and steady; common to choice. $! 505 75; extra fat wethers aud ycarlni'S, S5 756 00; receipts, 230 head: shipments, none. Lambs Spring in gond demand and firm; common to choice, JS 00010 00 per 100 pounds. ST. LOUIS Cattle Receipts. 1.000 bead: ship ments, 2,100 head: market steadv; good to fancv native steers. $4 7005 50; fair to ..rood, S4 00 5 00; stockcrs and feeder. 2 704 90; Texans and Indians, S3 23JJ5 25. Hogs Receipts, 3,000 head; shipment. 3.390, market higher: fair to choice heavy. SI 5081 70; mixed grides. S4 30 4 00; light, fair to best. SI 30Q1 5a Sheep Receipts. 400 head: shipments. 1.S00; market steady: good to choice, S4 5035 75. CHICAGO Cattle Receipts, 1,000 head; ship ments. 409 head: market slow; steady; native's, $3 9566 00; stockcrs. 2 503 85: cows, bulls and heifers, 51 501 ix Hogs Receipts. 11, 000 head; shipments 8,000 bean.; market higher; packers and shippers, S4 10I 85: prime heavy and butcher weights. $4 30JS1 75: skips and as sorted light, S3 501 75. Sheep-Reeeipt", L000 head; market stead ; natives, H 0085 25; Westerns. 54 70; lambs, J6 00. BUFFALO Cattle Steady and firm: re ceipts, 109 loads through, 4 sale; best butchers' steers,S4 2331 60: mixed, S3 601 15. Sheep and lambs Receipis, 9 loads through, 20 sale: steady and firm for good lambs; sbcen and clipped stock dull; sales, best sheep, S3 t5 6 00; fair to good, S4 25S5 50; lambs, li 256 75. Hogs quiet anu.sicady; receipts. 29 loads through. 11 sale; medums, $4 45I 50; heavy, S4 551 60. KANSAS CITY Cattle Receipts, L770 head: shipments, 700 head; market strong and 10c higher: steers,S3 80(36 00; cons. f2 1581 20; stock ei sand feeder. S3 OOfil 05. Hogs Receipts, 4,650 bead; shipment?, 120 head; market 1015c higher: bulk, S4 104 55: all grades, S3 20iJ4 65. Sheep Receipts, 810 head; shipments, 200 bead; market steadv. INDIANAPOLIS Cattle Receipts, 150 head. Market firm and brisk; shippers, S3 50 5 50; butchers, J2 601 00; bulls, SI 753 75. Hogs Receipts, 4,000 head. Market active and higher choice heavy, S4 704 b5: choice light. 4 405 60: mixed, Jl 25S1 65; pigs, S3 50 3 9a New York Coftce Market. Netv YoRK.March2S.-CofreeOptlons opened steady, closed dull and unchanged to 10 points up; sales. L250 bars. Including March. 17.50c; Anril, 17.a5c; July, ItCSc; August, 16.35c: spot Rio dull and steady; fair cargoes, 20c; No. 6, 19c St. louis Wool Receipts, 399 pounds. There has been a steady demand for wool throughout the week at nuchaneed prices. Local mills were the principal buyers, though the amount taken was moderate intba aggregate. DOMESTIC , MARKETS. Tho Supply of Eggs Up to Demand, and So Signs of a Glut, CREAMERY BUTTER STILL FIRM. The Cereal Eoom Resets and Prices Drill ing; Downward. PK0TISI0N PKICES iKB ADTARCED OFFICE OF PlTTSnURO DISPATCH,! Saturday. March 23. J Conntry Produce Jobbing Prices. The supply of eggs has caught up to demand, but there is no excess and prices are fairly steady. The faith ot shippers in Pittsburg's capacity for eggs has been large this week pre ceding Easter, and while prices have dropped since the beginning of the week about 5c per dozen, there is a good demand for all offered at the reduced rates, and stocks are well cleaned up. Creamery butter is firm at quotations. Potatoes are in good demand, and good stock readily brings outside quotations. Maple syrup Is dull and slow, and inside quotations rule. Tropical fruits are fairlv steady at old rates. ArPLES H 50S6 50 a barrel. ISuttkr Creamery, Elgin, 33lS31c; other brands, 29?30c; common country butter, 15018c; choice country rolls, 13ffi25c; fancy country rolls. 2S3Uc 15EAX& New crop beans, navv, $2 302 35; marrows. S2 352 40; Lima beans. biGc Beeswax 'JbSSOcV B for choice; lowgrade, 22825c, L'lDnr. Sand refined, S9 5C10 00; common, 55 50&6 00; crab cider. S12 00al3 0U ) barrel; cider vinegar, 1415c ?1 gallon. Cueesb Ohio cheese, lllle: Now York cheese, HKc: Limburger, 13GI4c: domestic Sweitzer, liQlOc; Wisconsin brick Sweitzer, 15c; imported Sweltzor, 27S12Se. Cranberries Cape Cod, S3 253 50 a box: $11 50U 00 a barrel; Jerseya, S3 50 a box. Dressed Hoos Large, 44c ty ft; smalL 4Kfl!Jc iiQGS 1920c for str'ctly fresh; gooso eggs, SSK'JOc; duck egss, 4015c Feathers Kxtra live geese, 50ffi60c: No. L 4045c: mixed lots. 30a35c &- Honey New crop white clover, 20022c California honey, 1215c V B. Maple Sybop New. 85090c ?) gallon. New Maple sugar 9c V ft. NUTS Shell bark hieeory nut, 81 2501 50 x bushel: peanuts. Si 50QI 75, roasted; green, 4J Q6c f B: pecans 16c V Onion Sets Fancy Erie, S7 5003 00 per budiel; Ohio and Pennsilvaaia. S6 00j7 00. Poultry Alive Chickens. 75SS5e a pair; turkeys, 1314c a pound; ducks, K090c a pair; geese, choice. SI 00 a pair. Dressed Turkeys, 1820capound:ducks.l5tlUcapound;cluckens. 1516c: geese, ll12c. Tallow Country, Vic; city rendered. iia. Seeds Recleaned Western clover. S5 OuS 5 20; timothy. SI 50'1 55: blue trrass, S2 85300; orchard grass, SI 85; millet, 75g90c; lawn grass, 25c yllb. Tropical Fruits Lemons. S3 25; fancy, S3 75; Jamaica ornges.S6g6 50 a barrel; Messina oranges, S2 503 00 a box: Florida oranges, 13 50 3 75 a box; bananas. SI 75 firsts. SI 25 good seconds. $ bunch; tigs. 1516c V ft; dates, 4J9 5Kc Tp ft; pineapples, 30H40C apiece. Vegetables Potatoes, SI 251 35 ?! bushel; seed potatoes, SI 50 fl bushel; sweet potatoes, S3 503 75; cabbage, S56 V hun dred; German cabbage, S1012; onions, S4 25 g4 50 a barrel; celery. 60c a dozen bunches; p.u snips, 3jc a dozen: carrots, 35c a dozen; para loy, 15c a dozen: horseradish, 5075c a dozen; turnips. 75cSl V ban el. New Vegetables Cabbage, 82 250250 for small crates, $2 7503 00 for large; kale. 75cSSl a barrel: spinach, SI 2ifil 50 a barrel: beans, S3 a bushel: beets, 50S65C a dozen: asparagus, 4050c a bunch; cucumbers, (2 00J 25 a dozen. Groceries. Tho situation in this line is unchanged. Staples are moving along in the same old ruts. Coffees are firm and sugars weak. Green Coffee Fancy, 25020c: choice Rio, 23KQ2IXc; prime Rio. 23c: low grade Rio, 21H22J4c; old Government Java, 30031c; Maracaibo. 26&28c: Mocha. 30J?32Kc: Santos, 22KQ26c; Caracas, 25K27Kc; La Uuayra, 26J Roasted (in papers) Standard brands,25c; high grades, 27J-j31c: old Government Java, bulk. 32634c; Maracaibo, 2330c: Santos,26J4 03OXe; peaberry, 31c; choice "Rio, 26Ke; prime Rio, 254c; good Rio, 24c: ordinary, 222Sc Spices (whole) Cloves, 1516c: allspice, 10c; cassia. Sc; pepper, 13c; nutmeg, 7580c Pltkolkum (jobbers' prices) 110" test, 7c; OMo," 120, 8c: headlight lo0, 8e; water white. lOiSlOJc; globe. 1414c; elaine, 15c; carnadine. llKo: royaline, 14c; red oil, 11011c; purity. 14c; olelne, 14c Miners' Oil No. 1 winter stralnedj 39041c Tl gallon; summer, 33335c; lard oil, 550oSc. Syrup Corn syrup, 2931c; choice snear syrup, 3ISGc; primo sugar syrup, 32033c; strictly prime, 3435c. N. O. Molasses Fancy, now crop, 42c: choice, 3840c; medium, 3336c; mixed, 34 SGc SonA Bi-carb in kegs, 3033c; bi-carb in s, fi-Kc; bi-carb, assorted packages, 56c; sal soda, in kegs, IJfc: do granulated, 2c' Candles btar. lull weight, 9c; stearine, set, 8Kc: paraftine, 11012c. RICE Head Carolina, 77Vc: choice, C0 Ciic; prime, 65oc; Louisiana, oGc Starch Peari, 4c, corn starch, 66c; gloss starch, 67c. Foreign Fruits Laver raisins. S2 65; Lon don layers, 52 75; Muscatels, S2 25; California Muscatels, SI 9002 10: Valencia. 707Kc;Ondara Valencia, 808c; sultana. 1820c; currants. 4j5c: Turkey prunes, 70Sc: French prunes, lOjsfillKe: Salonica prunes, in 2-ft packages.Vc; cocoanuts. $ 100. SO; almonds, Laa, $1 ft, 29c: dolvica, 17c: do sliellcd, 40c; walunts. nau.. 13 014c: Sicily filberts, 12c: tmyrna figs, 13&14c: new dates, 5ifS6c: Brazil nuts. 12c; pecans. 14VJ 16c: citron. f ft. HSlSc: lemon peel, 12c V ft; orange peel. 12c Dried Fruits Apples, sliced, per ft, 11c apples, evaporated, 1415c; peaches, evapo rated, pared, 2830c: peaches. Calilornla, evap; orated, unpared, 17J20c: cherries, pitted. 31c cbcrrles, unpitted, 13?13Jc raspberries, evap orated. 3031c: blackberries, 'JKiJlOc: huckle berries lie. Sugars Cubes, OJic: powdered, BJgc; granu lated, UJ-jC; confectioners' A. 6c; standard A. CKc: soft white, 66Jc: yellow, choice, &ii$ 5?i,c: yellow, good, 505ac; yellow, fair, 5u? 5c; yillow. dark, 5K4J5'c. picklks .Medium, bois (1.2UU), oo; me dium, half bbls (WW). Jl 5a Salt No. 1 $1 bbl. SI oa No. 1 ex. 3 bbl, $1 10: dairy, fl bbl, SI 20: coarse crystal. bbl. SI 20: Higgins' Eureka, 4-htt sacks, $2 80; Hig gins' Eureka, 16-14 ft packets, S3 00. Canned Goods Standard peaches, (2 703 2 80; 2nd, 2 402 50 extra peaches. S3 OOiSI 10: pie peaches. SI 701 80; finest corn. SI 3.5 gl 50: Hftl. Co. corn, SI O0l 15; red cherries, SI 350 1 40; Lima beans, SI 35; soaked do. 80c; string do, 70080c; marrowfat peas, SI 101 25; snaked peas. 6575c; pineapples, $15001 CO; Bahama do, $2 55; damson plums, SI 10; greengages, SI 50; ezc plums, 1190; California apneotv. t2 108 2 50; California pears, S2 5002 75; do greeugaees, SI 90; do ezg plums. SI 90; extra white cherries, $2 85; raspberries, 1 351 40; straw berries, SI 3001 40; gooseberries, $1 10S1 15; tomatoes, saesjst: salmon, 1-ffi.si sul so; black berries, SI 00; auccousli. 2-fi cans, soaked. 90c; do green, 2-fi. SI 2501 50: corned beef, 2-ft cans. SI 90; 1-S cans. SI 00: baited beans, SI 4001 50: lobster, 1ft. S2 25: mackerel. 1-ft cans, broiled, SI 50; sardines, domestic, .s, S4 5004 60; sar dines, domestic, is, S7 00: arilines, imported, i$. Sll 50012 50; sardines, Imported, s, SIS; sardines, mustard, S4 50; sardines, spiced, S4 25. Fisn Extri No. 1 bloater mackerel, $20 ?! bbl: extra No. l do mess, S28 50; extra No. 1 mackerel, shore, S24 00:No. 2 shore mackerel, $22; largo 3's, S2a Codhsh Whole pollock, 5c p fi;-do medium, Georcc's cod, 5c; do large, 7e; boneless hakes, in strips, 5c; do George's cod, in blocks, 67c. Herring Round shore, $5 50 ft bbl; split, S6 50: lake, S3 25 sjl 100 B bbl. White fish. S7 00 fl 100-ft half bbl. Lake trout, SE50-P half bbl. Finnan baddies. 10c yl ft. Iceland halibut, 13c ft. Pickerel, half bbl. S4 50: quarter bbl, SI 60. Holland herring,' 75c; Walknff herring. SOc OATiiEAL-16 5030 75 H bbl. Grain, Flour and Feed, There was hut one sale on call at the Grain Exchange to-day, namely: 1 car No. 2 hay at ;8 50, B. & O. Receipts as bulletined, 40 cars, of which 17 cars were received by Pittsburg, Cin cinnati and St Louis Railway, as follows: 5 cars of oats, 7 of corn, 1 of wheat, 1 of bran, 1 of rye, 2 of hay. By PittsDurg. Ft. Wayne and Chicago, 6 cars of bay, 2 of oats, I of flour, 1 of hay and husks, 1 of malt. By Pittsburg and Lake Erie, 6 cars of rye, 2 of hay. By Pitts burg and Western. 1 car of hay. Receipts for the week ending March 27. 316 carloads, against 303 last week and 225 for the corresponding week last year. Cereal markets have shown weakening tendencies for several days past. The boom In corn and oats was evidently worked by speculators for more than was in ir, and a reaction has necessarily followed. Other cereals are steady, and flour is very firm. Prices lor carload lots on track; Wheat No. 2 red, SI 0601 07: No. 3. SI 020 103. Corn No. 2 yellow shell, ,7S74c; high mixed, 72073c: mixed shell. 71072c; No. 2 yellow ear, 76877c: high mixed ear, 74ffi75c; mixed ear corn. 73071c. Oats No. 1. 60Q6JUC; No. 2 white. 59S59Xc: extra. No. 3. 57058c: mixed oats, 56356K& Rye No. 1 Pennsylvania aud Michigan, SI 00 01 02; No. L Western, 93ctSl CO. Flour Jobbing prices Fancy spring and winter patent flour, S5 7506 25: fancy straight winter, S4 8505 15; fancy straight spring,$4 85 S5 15; clear winter. 54 7505 00: straight XXXX bakers', M 5001 75. Rye Hour, SI 7505 Oft Buckwheat flour, 202ic ft ft. Millfeed No. 1 white middlings. S24 500 25 00 ton; No. 2 white middlincs. J24 00a 21 50: brown middlincs, S23 00623 50; winter wheat bran. 22 00322 50. Hay Baled timothy. No. L Sl 509 75: No. 2. do, S3 S0S8 75: loose from wagon, Sll 00012 00 according to quality: No. 2 prairie hay, S7 25a 7 50; packing do, S7 5008 00. fiTRAW Oat, SS 0008 50; wheat and rye,S7 00 67 50. Provisions. At the regular weekly meeting of pork pack ers, held at tho rooms of the Grain Exchange on Saturday, an advance of J4C on hams and lard was agreed upon, and our quotations aro advanced accordingly. Sucar-cured hams, large, 9c; sucar-cured hams, medium, l')c: su;ar-cnred hams, small, '9c; sugar-cured breaklast bacon, 7c; sngar cured shoulders, 5c; sugar-enred boneless shoulders, 7c: skinned shoulders. uc; skinned hams, 10c; su:ar-cured California hams, 6c: sucar-cured dried beef fiats, ?Kc; sugar-cured dried beef sets. iuc; sugar-cured dried beef rounds. 12r: bacon, shoulders. 5Je: bacon, clear sides, 7c: bacon, clear bellies. 7c; dry salt shoulders, ojc: dry salt clear side, 65a Mess pork, heavy. S12 50: mess pork, family. 512 5u. Lard Refined, in tierces. 5c; half barrels. ec; 60-fi tubs. 6Jic: 20-ft palls, fcjfc; 50-H. tin cans, C!c; 3-9 tin pails. 6c; 5-6 tin pails, 6c; 10-El tin pails, 6?c. Smoked sausage, long, 5c; larce, 5c Fresh pork links, 9c Bone less hams, lOKc Pigs feet, half-barrels, 4 00 quarter-barrels. 52 15. NEW YORK STOCKS. The Dullness in Shares Intensified by Two Holidays Bear Attacks on St. Paul and TJnrlington the Only Feat ures Looses Recovered. NEW York, March 23. The short session to day, coming as it does between two holidays, at tracted little attendance among the brokers, and the prevailing dullness and stagnation of the past few weeks was, if anything, intensified in the transactions. The dealings were entirely professional, and the indisposition to trade, even among the trading element, rendered the business done barren of feature or movement except in two cases St. Paul and Burlington. Both of these stocks were attacked in the early trading, and sold down on short sales fractional amounts, while the general list, which had opened with fractionally lower figures, re mained stagnant throughout the session. Railroad bonds v, ere as dull as stocks and equally uninteresting, with rather a heavy tone to the dealings, though the changes were scarcely perceptible in most of the issues traded m. The dealings were without special feature, however, and on sales of only $302,003 the final changes are without significance. The followlnir table snows tne prices of active slocks on the New York Slock Exchange yester day. Corrected dally for The Dispatch by Yt HITNEY&bTEPilENSON. oldest Pittsburg mem bers of the 'ew York Stock Exchange, 37 fourth avenue: Clos ing 46 :) 27H ;r. 49M 115 29W 17 43K 784 55 110 63 j: 80 103V 130 GO Open- Htfh- Low tnc est. eir. Am. Cotton Oil 2IV 13 mi Ain. Cotton Ultnrer... 46 if 46 Am. Cotton oil Trust.. H 2-S X Atch., 'lop. &S. F na r,H 27 Canadian 1'aclnc Canaausontnern Central of KewJeney.ll.Vi 115'; US Ceatral Paciac Chesapeake A Ohio ... l'X 17 '4 17 Chlrairo ixaa Trust. .... 4J'I 4V ttX C. Itur. A Uutnev (It'll 7o'i 7a C. Mil. &St. l'anl.. . oj'4 08 55i C- Mil. bt- P.. Dr..110V4 110! llii C. ItoctL & 1." Mlt OS 67X c. at. rM- so c. St. 1'.. m. UL DI C. A northwestern. ...1MV IMS' 103 C.JSJi. YY.nt C C. C 1 59X 59V 59 C. C. C. & Lprer. Col. Coat iron M M'4 56 Col. Sc Hocklne Valley 2tS 26 2j Ches. A Ohio 1st Dref Clies. a Ohio 2d nref Del.. Lack 4 Weit 1T5V 13C 135H' lick Hudson 133!, VBii IKS Den. A Klo Grande.... 17! 17' 17 Den. KioUraude.Dl. 5Si iiH bi'4 K.T.. Va. AOa Illinois Central Lane Erie & West .... bake Brie A West pr. Lalce Shore AM. 3... .10S 109 lm'i LoulsvlIleftMashvllle. 75S 73M 73,'i KonileAOhlo Missouri racinc CS K 65"s National i.eaTrut... is1' ISM 38 ew i orx Central 102 Ml lulH S.Y.. Cast. L. N. Y.. L.E.& W. pd n. . a., h. 34J. sis 34M n.y.. o. tu i;j ni an Norfolk X Western Nonolx ft "Western pr. Northern faeitte :6K 27 26K Northern Pacinc nr.... 69r 7ili 69.Y Ohio Jt Mississippi Orezon lmorovement. I'aclflcMau Peo.. Dee. 4 Kvans rnllaael. sKeadme... 13H Vi 2-J"4 Pullman Palace Car... .... .... .... Itlchmona A W. i,3" KlchmondA W.f.l.nt St. Paul ft Dnlntn bt. PaulADnlntn or. St. P.. Minn. A Man 51 135 Ji i; 53 6 94 UX sr 1C014. Ui 41'A (A uy. 101X K'A 51 34K StH 37 70K 27H S6Ji na 30!t 19IJ4 $. 3W5 64 UH 44X a i-H 8u Jl 70'( 17H 14 St. L s San iT. 1st ol.. H lexas Paclnc. 1ZH Union PaeiBs 4H Wabash...., IVabasn preferred..... .... Western Union SOV Wnecilnct u E. 12 WlieellnKdL.K.pref.. 7IJt North American Co... 37H P.. C, C. ibt. L Ex-dlvidend. 65 13 64 ns 4li 80! 3-: 71W 17K 32't 1714 Closing Boml Quotations. II. S. 44. ree.... U. S. 4s, coop.. U.S. 4(4s, reg... U. S. tVs. COUD lllMi.M. K. AT. O-n.55.. 3S1 .122)4 Mutual Union is. ..105 . iir. .102 N.J. C Int. Cert..ll0S Northern Pac. lsU..1184 Northern Pac. 2ds..ll4 Nortbw't'n consols.133 Nortw'n deben's 3s. 107 Oregon A Trans. 6s. st.LAI.il. Gen. 5s. 92i St.L. A S.P.Uen.M.105 1'acltlc lis of '10 110 LoutsianastampedJs 8 Missouri Ss lenn. new act. 6g.. 102 Tenn. new st. 5s....l'Xl lenn. newset. 3s.... 703 ucim SO. -'US 97 Central I'aclOc Ists.lli St. I'aul consols. ...123 St. P. CblAPc.lits.112 Den. ,t K. U. Ists. list lx., Pe. L.G.Tr.Hs. 87 Den. 4 U. U. 4s. S-l( IX.. X'C. 1. U.IT.KS. J"? D.Art. G. Wcstists. Union Paclne Isu...ltrt' Krle ids 991' West Snore 102W 11. K.. i;T. tien. Cs.. 77 ,K. G. West Ists 77 Tloston Stocks. Ateh. & Top L.G.7s Z1H Boston A Albany.. ..201)4 Calumet AHccla.... Franklin Huron Kearsarge...... Osceola. Qulncy Santa Fe Copper.... Tamarack Koston Land Co. .. . San Dies;o Land Co. 261 18 2 13"4 38 1, 10O 57)4 14? 5)4 20 22)4 Boston aiaine....:i" C IJ. AJ 78 Eastern It. K. 6, 12t Fltckhnri: K. il. ... s4,'j L. It. & ft. S 97)4 Mass. (.'entral li'i Mex. Ccn. com 19i N. I.J. tnz. .... 344 N. Y. A N. Ens. 7s. .121 Old Colony 107)4 Itutland pref. ft) W Is. Ccn. common. 1914 AllonezM.Co(neiv). 3' Atlantic 16U Hoston& Mont 414 vt est na Land Lo, Hell 'lelephone Lamson Store S 1!6 1$ 2 tater i'ower Centennial Mtnlnir. N. Ene. Telephone. Ilutte A Bost. copper 16)4 Philadelphia Stocks. Closing quotations of Philadelphia stocks, fur nished bv whltner 4 btephenbon, brokers. Mo. 7 Fourth avenue. Members Hew Xorc Stock Ex change: Hid. Pennsylvania Kailroad. 51! Lenlgh Vailev K LehlcbMavlgiitfon 4"H Mortharn Pacitle common 263 Northern Pacific preferred 7'A Aikf. 5i 43 46 27 'OH Mining Stock;. New York. March 28. Alice. 160; Bodie, 1C0: Consolidated California and Virginia. 117o; Homestake. 850; Horn Silver. 2S3; Mexican, 370: ML Diablo, 170; Ophir, S23: Plymouth, ICO; Sierra Nevada. 325: Standard. 120; Union Consolidated, 3S0; Yellow Jacket. 350. Metal Market. New Yoke Pig Iron quiet: American S16 00 17 00. llEOKERS FINANCIAL. Whitney & Stephenson, 57 Fourth Avenue. myS PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK. 81 FOURTH AVENUE. Capital. $.300,000. burplus. J5L670 29. D. McK. LLOYD. ED WARD K. DUFF. 4 President, Asst. Sec. Treas. percent interest allowed on time deposits. OC15-40-D Pittsburg, Allegheny and Man chester Traction Company 40-year 5 per cent bonds, free of tax, for sale at 103 and interest Fidelity Title and Trust Co. 121 AND 123 FOURTH AVENUE. fell-13-Mwy JOHN M. OAKLEY & CO., BANKEK3 AND BROKERS. Stock. Bonds, Grain. Petroleum. Private wire to New York and Chicago, UU1XTH ST. fituburz. .-iiBTr- r"- -53 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "A Modern Instance" Is sometimes more satisfactory than any number of 'Wise Laws." There are thousands and thousands of modern instances in which Swift's Specific, for it as the diseases that and a debilitated cpndition of the system. Mr. John H. Lyles, of Sorento, III, writes: "I suffered for five years with mercurial rheu matism, which was the result of potash and mercurial treatment by physicians for constitutional blood poison. They not only failed to cure me, but made me a physical wreck and my life a burden. I then commenced taking Swift's few bottles was entirely cured of doctors brought on by their remedies, arid of the blood poison which they had failed to cure." Treatise on Blood and Skin Clseassa Mailed Free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca. rfw lrVis SPECIFIC" SOLD BY JOS. FLEMING oiSON. 412 Market street, Pltt'liursr. mhlD-in TIDELITY TITLK AND TRUST CO., ? 121 and 123 Fourth ave.. Capnal SoW.uuu. J on pain. INSUP.KS TITLES TO REAL ESTATK. Acts in all fiduciary capacities. Deals in irclia m i.Ai,.nan. ,iunritti Tlpnts rtoxes In its M1U 1JI ICnhlllDU I.W..1.. ....... .- superior vault from 5 per aunum upward. llnntraj Hannli'ti nilfl loanS OuW OU lUOrt- Cagea and approved coll iteral". JAMES J. DONN KLL. Vice Pres't. fe3-&4-3l C K. McVAY, Scc'y and Treas. "PTo make more porous plasters than all other makers in this country combined, because tho public appreciate the mer it that exists In our goods. BENSON'S Is the only me dicinal plaster for house hold use, all others being ' weak Imitations. Get the Genuine. fe2-M-89 BAXLF.OADS. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND AFTER, DECEMnEB 29th, 1390. Trains ivlll leave Union Station, Pittslmrs. as follows (Eastern Standard Time): MAIN LINE EASTWARD. Kcir TorX Chicago Limited or Pullman Vestl hule cars dally at 7. IS A. u.. arriving at Harris bure nl 1.551'. M.. Philadelphia 4. r. Jl.. New YorK 7.00 F. II., Baltimore 4.40 F. M.. W asiilng ton5.55r. M. Atlantic Express dally at J.20 A. M.. arriving at HarrlsbnritlO.JOA. K.. Philadelphia l.S F. Jl., New York 4.0.1 F. M., Baltimore l.Ii r. M., Washington 2.25 P. M. Mall train dally, except Sunday. 5.3) A. jr.. ar riving at Harrlsburg 7.00 F. M.. Philadelphia 10.55 F. Jt., Baltimore lc.19 r. u. SinnaayMail 8.40 A. a. l)ayi5xpres3dalIyatS.0OA. M.. arriving at Har risbnrg3.20P. M.. Philadelphia 8.50F. Jt.. New yorK9.35r. M., Baltimore 7.U0 P.M., Washing 4 n8.15r. m. , Mall Express dally at l.OO p. M arriving t Har risburg 10.45 P. Jt.. connecting at llarrlibors with Philadelphia Exoresa. Philadelphia Express dally at 4.50 P. M., arriving at Ilarrlsburgl.OO A.M., Philadelphia 4.25a. Jl., and New York 7.10 A. Jt. Eastern Express at 7.15 r. M. dally, arriving Ilar risburg 2.25 a. M., Baltimore 6.20 a. Jl., Wash ington 7.3u A. u.. Philadelphia 5.25 A. Jl. and New York 8. W A. K. Past Line dally, at 8.10 P. jr.. arriving at narrls barg3.39 a. M., Philadelphia 6.50 A. Jt.. ew rork 9.30 A. Jl.. Baltimore 6.20 a. Jt., Washing ton 7.30 A. )t. All through trains connect at Jersey City with baits of "Brooklvn Annex" for Urooklyn, N. Y.. avoldlngdouble ferryage and journey through New York City. Johnstown Accom.. except Sunday. 3.40 P. jr. llreensburg Accom.. 11.15 F. m. week-days. 10.30 F. M. hnndajrs. Oreentburg Express 3.10 F. si., except Sunday. IJerry Express 11.00 A. it., ex cept Sunday. Waft's Accom. 6.15, 7.20. 9.00, 10.33 A. M.. 12.1 2.C0. 3.20. 4.55. 5.30. 6.25. 7.40. 9.40 P. M.. and 12.10 A. Si. (except Momlav). bunday. 12.10 A. M., 12.25. 2.25. 6.40 and 9.40 P. M. Wllklnshurg Accom. 6.00, 6.40. 7.00 A. M.. 12.01. 4.00, 4.35. 5.20, 5.40. 5.50. 6.10, 10.10 and 11.40 P. X. fcnnday, 12.40 and 9. 15 p. m. Braddock Accoin. 6.50, 6.50, 7.40,8.10,18.104.22.168 A. M.. 12.10. 1.25, 2.50, 4.10. 6.O0. 6.35, 7.20, 8.25. 9.0Oand 10.45F. jr. week dtys. Uandiv. 5.J-5 a.ji. SODTU-WEST PENN RAILWAY. Por Uniontown5.30 and 8.3S a. m 1.15 and 4.23 p. IX. week davs. HIONONGAIJELA DIVISION. For Monongahela City. West Brownsville and Union town 10.40 A. Jt. For Monongahela City and AVestBrownsvllIe7.J5andlO.40A. Jt., and 4.WP. M. On Sunday, 8.55 A. Jt. and 1.01 p. jt. For Monongahela City only, 1.01 and 5.50 p. jr. eek days. Dravosburg Accom.. COO A. Jt. and 3.2UF. Jl. week days. West Elizabeth Ac com. 8.35 A. Jr., 4.15, 6.30 and 11.35 P. Jl. huu day, 9.40 P. Jl. WEST PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION. Prom FEDEKAL Hl'KEEr STATION, Allgbeny Clty:- Mail train, for Blalrsvllle 6.55 a. Jl Express for Blairsville, connecting for Butler 3.15F. m. Butler Accom 6.20 a. jr.. 2.25and 5.45 P.M. SJprlngdaleAccom.9.oo,iI.50A.Jt..3.30aud 6.20 p.m. Clareimmt Accoin 1.30F.jr. Freenort Accom 4.15, 7.50and 11.40 r. Jl. On bunday 12.35and 9.30P. jl. Apollo Atcnm 11.00 A. M. and 5.00 P. K. Allegheny function Accoin 8.2U a. Jl. Ulalraville Accom Il'.SO P. It. J3- The Excelsior Baggage Express Company will call for and check bairgage from hotels and residences. Time cards and full information can be obtained at the Ticket Offices So. 110 Filth avenue, corner Fourth aveuue aud Try street, and at Union station. CIIAS. E. PUGH. J. 1L WOOD. ueneral Manager. ucn'irass-r Agent. From PIHtbrej lilies Sttfloa. Tralai Boa ky Ceatral Tlnju. OUTHWIBT UYbTlill-PANlIANDLE ISO UTB. d JilO a. m.,d:indd 11:15 p.m. DennUon, 2: D. m. Chicago, d 1:15 a. m. and U:05 p. m. Wheeln?. iilim. -:0 :wp.in. BteuDca Tllle. 5:Ma. m. Vahlnj:ton, 6:15, 8:35 a. m., 1:55, 8:80. 4:45. 4:55 p. m. BuUer, 10:10 a. m. liarKettl town. iP 11:35 a. m.. &2Z p. m. Mansfield, 7:13, S-JO 11.00 a. in.. 1KB), 6:30, d -35. Itridxevlllc. 10:10 p. m. JlcDonilcU. d 4:15, U:45 d. m., S1U-.M Taaixs JUmmfroni the Wet, d 2:10, d6:03i. rn 3:05, d 6:55 p. m. Dcnnlson, 9:30 a.m. Stett benvllle, 55 P- m. Wheeling, 2:10, 8:45 a. in.. 8.-05. 5:66 p. m. llurgettstown, :15 a. m., d 9)1 a. in. Washlnjtton. 6:55, 1-M. 8:40, 10:25 a. uu. 2:35. 6:25 p. m. llanslleld, 5:J0, 5t, i:30. 11:10 a. BuT 12:45; 3:55. 10:00 and S 6:20p. m. lialxtz, l:il p. m. McDonalua, d:3ja. m un :00p.m. OP.TIIYE3T3YbTEM-P.WArNEHOUrl!. Leave lor ClilcaRO. d 7u0 a. in., d 12:2i d 1:00, d 1:45, except Saturday lli20 p.m.: Toledo, 7:10 a. m.. d 12:20, d 1:0 and exceptSaturday 11:20 p.m.: Ores tllne.5:45 a. ra., Cleveland, 6:10a in. :12:43 d 11:05 p.m.. and7:I0a. in., via P.. Ft. W. AC.Ky.: .Nmt Castle and loungstorrn. 7:20 a. in.. 12:20, 3:3op. m.: YoanKitown and .Mies, d 12:2) p. m.: alead vine, Krleand Aohubuia, 7:20 a. in.. 12:31 p. m.: Nllci and Jamestown, 3s3a p. in.; Alliance, 4:11 p.m.; Wheeling ind Uellalre, 6:10 a. m.. 12:43, 5:45 p. ra.; Ilcavtr Pall3, 4:00 p. m. ; Beaver Palla, i: 8:2(1 a. m.: LeetBdale, 5:30a.m. UrrABT moM ALI.KOI1KMT Kochester. tiV . m.: Beaver Palls. 8:15.U:0ua. m,5:ijp.m.: s 4:10 p.m.: Knon. 3KX) p. m.: Lcetsdale. 5:00. 9:00, 10:00, 11:45 a. m.: I:U. 2:J0. 4:3tt 4:15. 8:30, 6:15. 7:30, 1:00 and S 3:30 p. la,: Conway. 10:30 p. xa.; PalrOalcsS 11:40 a. m. '11UINS ARRIVE Vinton station rrom Chicago, ei. cept Monday. 1:50, d 6:00, d 6:3-5 a. m., d5:J5aaa 0 6:00 p.m.: Toledo, except Monday, 1:50, d 8:35a. in.. 5:55 and 6:50 p. m.: Crestline, 12:30 p. m.: YounirstoTrn and .New Castle. 9:10s. m.. l:2j, tuo, 10il5 p. ra.; niles and Younitstown. a 6:50 p. m.: Cleveland, d 5:50 a. in., 2:20, 7'OOp. m.; Wheellnc and Bellalre. 9:00a. m.. 20. 7t p. ra.; Krle and AsliUbnla, lis, 10:15 p. m.: Alliance. 10:00 a.ia.; Mies aniT Jamestown. tilO a. m.: Beaver Palls. 7:30 a. m.. S 8.-25 p. in.: Leetsdaie, 10:40 p. m. AnntVB ALLIOUKT. from ICnon, S.00 a. ra. Conway 6.40a. m;Kocnester, 9.40a. m. ; Heaver Kails, 7.10.m..S 12:30. 1:00, 5.30 aim &a:15 p. m.; Leets dale, 4.34, 5.30, 6.1 I.. 61), 7.45 a. m.. l-.CO, 12.45, 1.45, 3.50, 4.30. 6.30, 9.0(1 and S 6:05 p. re: Pair Oats, S 8.5a a. m. . d. dally; S, Sunday only; other trains, except Sundav. JU3KPU WOOD. General Manager. K. A. FOKL). General Passenier Aent Addreu, l'lttsburj;. I'i. A: LLEUHENY VALLEY KAILKOAU Trains leave Unttn station (tastern stand ard time): East Brady Ac. 6:33 a. uu: Alanu ra.. dally. :io. a. in. lArnvinjc ai duujiu 6:4ir. M.); Klttannln Ac, 9:00 a. m.: Hultoa Ac. 10:10 a. m.: Valley Camp Ac. 12M3 p.m.: Oil City and UuBois Express, l:J0p. m.; Hultoa Ac. JK p. m.; Klttannlng Ac. 3-m p. m Braeburn Ex., 4:33 p. m.; Kltunninit Ac, 3ta n. m.; Braeburn Ac, 6:30 p. m.: llmtou Ac, 8:00 p. m.; BudaloEx.. dally. 8:4t o. m. (ArrlTtneat lfuiraIo7:20A. M.);HnltonAc, 9: p.m.; Valley Camp AC. 11(30 p.m. Cnurch trains Emienton. 9a. ra.;Klttannlnsr. 12:40 p. m.: Braeourn. 9:40 S. m. Pullman Parlor Car3 on daytrrinsand leeplnj; Car on nlzht trains between Pittsburg ana llainio. JAS. P. ANUEiyN. ii. t. Ast.; DAVID MCCAKUO, Uen. Sup. PITTSllDUa AND CASTLE SHANNON K. K. Winter Time Table, tm and after March 30, 1830, until further notice, trains will run as fol lows on every dav, excepttiuudav. Eastern stand ard time: Leavlu; Plttibnrir-l:i) a. m.. 7:10 a. in.. 3:ia. m., :30.t. in.. 11:30.1. m 1:40 p. m 3:40 p.m.,5:Jo p. in..5w0p.m., 6:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m.. 11:30p.m. Arllntrton-5: a. in., Ci20a. m.. 7:10 a. m., 8:00 a. m., 10:20 a. m., 1:00 p. m.. 2:40 p.m.. 4S0 p.m. 5:10 p. in.. 5:50p.m., 7:10 p m., 100 p. m. Sunday trains, leaving Plttsburtr 10 a.m.. 12:in p. m., 2:30 p. m., 5:10 p. m., 90 p. u. Arlington 9:10 a. nu. 12:10 P. m.. 1:50 p. m., 4a p. BV CM 9. m, i OHM JAUlf. Uupt. ra . ar 1 If ennsylvania Lines. c? y has justified all the claims made greatest of vegetable remedies for have in their origin impure blood Specific, i and after using a the rheu-! matism which the s wiptpo spiicn-'irr SOLD BY JOS. FLEMING & SON. 412 Market street. mh!9-S2 PitttmrR EAILROADS. Ijrn-SlIIIlIO AMI) L.AKEEKIK KA1L.KOAU COJ1PANY. Schedule In effect December 14. I.vjO. Central time l'.il.. K. K. 1 UsFAKT for ClevclaniL 4..n.1l:UOa.in..,l:35.4:2u, "9:43p.m. for Cincinnati. Chicago and 3L Louls.4:30a. m.. 1:35, 9:45 p. in. Por linifalo, 8M, a. m.. 4:3". 9:4I p.m. Por Salamanca, "8:00 a. m.. 1:35 n. m. Foe Younvstowu and New Castle 4:30, 3:0u, 10:00 a. m 1:S5, '4:2a. 9:45 p. m. Por Beaver Palls. 4:l 7:00. ttn, 10:M)a. m., 1:35. 3:33, o, 5: 9:43 p. m. Por t.bartlsrs. i:& 153 a. m.. 5:3'j. ,6:ci Jaw, 7130, S:Ol.1:u5. "3:10. 10:00. UUIS, a. mZ 1.20, Ul4f, MUO. 1:4, :J0, Jai "12J, Vl 4:45, : ll-OO, !l:45. 10:30 p. m. AP.bivi Prom Cleveland. "8M0 a. m.. 12:W. 5:4U, "7:50 p. in. prom Cincinnati. Chlcazo and at. Loots, 10:uo a. m.. "70 p. m. Prom ilnlla.0 3:40a.m 12:30. J013 p. m. Prom Salamanca 10:0o a. m., "7:50 p. m. From Yonnzstowtt and New Castle, "6:40, "10:00 a. m.. 12:30. 5:40, -7:5. 10-03 p. m. Prom Beaver Palls, 5i2, r6:40. J:-A1, "I0I0O . m- IStV, ISO. 5:40. lao. 10:05 p. m. P.. C.4 Y. trains ror Mansael. 7:3i;ltd3a. m.. IM p. m. Por Espleu and Beecnmont, 70 a. nu. 3:55 p. a. P.. C. Jt Y. trains from Mansfleld. 'Oi, nm a. m.. 3:43 p. m. Prom BeechmonC, 7:l'J, 11J9 P., McK. A Y. R. K.-OirART-For New Ha ven, 10:10. 17:r9a. m.. 1:00 p. m. Por West New ion. 17:40. io:io a. m lax). 5:25 p. m. AREIYJV Prom New Haven. "a:U0 a. a, 4:10. p. ra. Prom West Newton. 6:15, 9:U) a. m.. 4:10 p. m. Por JIcKeesport, Elizabeth. 3IononsraheIa City and Belle Vernon. 6:43. 17:40, 119 a, m., 1:iXL 3:53 p. m. from Cetle Vernon. Mononcahela City. Ell bcth and McKtesport, 7:45,13:00 a. m.. 13:10. 11:1 4:40 p. m. Ilatly. ISundays only. City llcxet Office cssmlthfleia Street. BA1.11MOKE ASP OHIO KAILKOAU. hchedale In eaect .i.muary 4, 1891, Easterx lime. Por Wasnlngton. u. a. Baltimore PhlladelDOla and New York, "7J5 a, a. and "9:20 n. m. Ifor Cumberland. i25. m., tliia. 'J-.2D p. m. Por connellsvllle, WiV, Tr- a. m., U:U, UM as4 9:20 p. m. Por Unlontown. 49:30, "ItitM. m.. :13 aaJi 14:W P. m. lur fVinnpllRvflln anrf Unlontown, 53:35 a. m.. Sunday onlv. Tor Mt. Pleasant. :3)a. m.and i75s.m. and 19 a nd UM p. m. Por Wasnlngton. Pa "SiOS. 49:30 s. m 'ZM. J5:aj and "7:4jandill:i' p. m. ror Wheeling, 'arts, t03 , m J:5, 1M and -Ja p. in. Por Cincinnati and St. Louli, "35 a. m.. 17:U p. m. Pur Cincinnati. Ill&lp. m. Por Colnmbus. "3:05 a. m 17:45 and 1115 p. raV PorNewart. "irtS, a.m. 7:45 aud I1I03 p. m, Por Chicago, 1):05 and "7:45 p, m. Trains arrive rrom New York, Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington, 6i45 a. m., "9:20 0. m. Prom Colnmbas. Clnolnnatt and Chicago, 8:25a.m.. "9:W p.m. From Wbeellag, "Ki. 0-m a. m.. 43:00, "9:00 p. m. Parlor and sleeping ears to Baltimore Washing ton. Cincinnati and Chlcage. Uallv. 4l'ally except Sunday. JSundayonly. ISatnriav only. IDallr except Saturday. The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call lot and check bag-age from hotels and residences upon orders left at li. Jt O. ticket office, corner Pllth avc and Wood St., or 401 and 639 smiumeli J.X. OOELL. C1IAS. O. SCULL. General Manager. tien. Pass. Asent. PnTJJllUKO ANU WESTERN KAlLVvAT Trains tct'l Stan d time) I Leave j Arrtve. Mall. Untler. Clarion. Kane. I 6:V a m 4:55 p nt Bay Ex., Akron, Toledo i 710 a ml 7a0 p nj Butler Accommodation 9.-00 a m,ll:20 a m Greenville and llutler x....i 1:40 p mi 3:33 p ra Chicago Express (dally) I 2:15 p mlll:00 a m Zellenople Accom ' ISp m 3:30 a ra Bntler Accom 5:30 p ml 720a m Plrst class fare to Chicago, 1 50. Second class. .. t la. Pullman Bullet sleepin: car to Cblciga iz'.lr. . MKDICAL. DOCTOR WHITTSER 814 FESX AVEN'U& PITTSBDKG. PA. As old residents know and back flies of Pitta, burg papers prove, is the oldest established and most prominent physician in the city, de voting special attention to all chronic diseases. SffSSSNOFEEUNTILCURED MCRifil IQ 3n f8"13' diseases, physical IN in V UUO decay, nervous deaility, lack ot energy, ambition and hope, impaired "memory, disordered sizht, self distrust, bashfulness, dizziness, sleeplessness, pimples, eruptions, im poverished blood, faillns powers, organic weak ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption, un fitting the person for business, society and mar riage, permanently, safely and privately cured. BLOOD AND SKINsst.ptTons.1 blotches, falling hair, bones, pains, glandular; swellings ulcerations of tongue, mouth, throat, ulcers, old sores, are cured for life, and blood, poisons thoroughly eradicated from the system.' IIRIMARV kidney and bladder derange-1 U 111 llHn I j meats, weak back, gravel, ca tarrhal discharge1), inflammation and other painful symntnms receive searching treatment, prompt relief and real cnre. Br. WhittiePs life-long, extensive cxperiencs insures scientific and reliable treatment oa common-sense principles. Consultation free. Patients ata distance as carefully treated as iC here. Office hours. 9 A. M. to S P. sf. Sunday, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only. DR. WHITTIER. 81 Penn avenue. Pittsburg, Pa. jaS-49-DSUwfc MANHOOD RESTORED. SAIATIVO." thd Wonderful spanlsa Remedy, Is sold with a IVrittecGuart&ntee) to cure all Nervous Dis eases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brala Power, Headache, Wakefulness, Lost Man hood. Nervousness, Las situde, all drams and loss of power of tha Before & After Use. Photographed from life. Uenerauve urgans, la either 6ex. caused by over-exertion, youthful lndescretlons, or the excesstvs use of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which nlthnately lead to Inllnnlty, Consumption and Insanity. Pntnp In convenient form to carry In the vest pocket. Prica 1 a package, or 6 for $5. With every order we glvo a written Buaranteeto cvure or refund Mie money. Sent by mall to any address. Circular free. Mention this paper. Address. MADRID ChEMICAL CO., Branch OCce for TJ. 8. 4. 417 Drborn Street. CHICAGO. ILL. FOR SALE IN PITTSBUF.QH, PA, BY Jos. Fleming 4 Son. 410 Market St. Duqnesne Pharmacy. 518 Smlthfleld St. A. J. Kaercher, 59 Federal St, Allegheny dry, fe2S-20-HTlU DOCTORS LAKE Botrcr a r.rT.i m all niAi raj quiring sclcntlflc aud confldsa tial treatment: I)r. S. IC" Lako, hi r i f U ft oka nlsaf 9nri most cxporieijced specialist la ..t1w Affrv0nrfeI fiffir .'4 OfclH-fciJ k,wuuuvMt w - SToonW? thempersonaUy.or write, iocrort LAXA cor. Penn ave. and ith St. PittJbur& Pa. jeS-TJ-nwk TO WEAK MEN; Soffet from tne euccts ot early decay, vrastlnuvreafcne3s, lost manhood, etc, I will send a valuable treatLo (scaled) containing full particulars ror nomo care, rnac oi cnarge. A splendid medical work: should be read by every man who Is nervous and debilitated. Address, Pro. F. C. FO AVLEK, Sloodasj, Conik deZ-81-B3uWK GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE CURES NERVOUS DEBI L! TY. LOST VIGOR. LOSS OF MEMORY. rull particulars nt pamphls sent free. The genuine Oray'i specltlc sold by driuiUU onlylu yellow wrapper. Price, .11 pet package, or six for 15. or by null, on recelnt oi nrlce. by address- S THP. 8RAT MKIMClNE Co, Katfa'o. Eoid mPlttsourg by 3. 4. HOLIN' coraac Bmlthdeldand Ltbertrsts. mhi7-94-DWk pBAY'S aPJiCiyiC ilEDICINE- SOLD BT JOSEPH FLEMING & SON. 112 Market street, Pitutmrs. Jk&Mm8l ItZtSG&WA J ralri' mNAiflcmr;A-;(Mt.