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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1891.
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AFTER BIG BOODLE.
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A Sensational Suit Against the Dow-lin-Bush
Cattle Company.
CHARGES AGAINST THE OFFICERS.
The Nickel Plate Coal Mine Said to Be
KnineJ by Gas Wells.
COURT CHRONICLES CUT TEBT SIIORT
A hill in eqnitr ra filed yesterday by
Henry AV. Sprang, assignee of David A.
Sprasg;, and 1). A. Spragg and Charles E.
ltotver, shareholders in the Dowlin-Eush
Cattle Company, of "Wyoming, against the
DowT.in-l.Iush Cattle Company, John E.
Rush, President and trustee; John Dowlin,
General Manager and trustee; "W. T. Lautz,
Erasmus Hoevclcr and W. H. Denniston,
trustees and James M. Hoge, Treasurer,
an.l J. "". Gibbons, Secretary of the com
pany. The company was organized in 1884
in "Wyoming to go into the cattle business.
The capital stock was $200,000, divided into
t!,000 shares at $100 per share. The com
pany -n-as managed by trustees, and Dowlin,
jlush and Lautz nere elected trustees.
They reported to the shareholders that
they liad paid for stock, Rush, S85 shares,
Dowlin 3.'0 shares and Lautz 310 shares.
Certificates w,crc then issued to them,
though in truth they had not paid for the
stock. They also have never accounted for
or paid over 5200,000 they reported to have
been paid them by subscribers. On Jan
uary 1, 18Sj, Eush, Dowlin and Lautz, who
owned a herd of cattle, concealed their
ownership of it and contracted to sell it to
the company. Thcv had a resolution passed
increasing the capital stock to $100,000, which
!s illegal in Wtominsr. In pursuance of
tLe resolution $100,000 was given tho three
uatacd and. fhev purchased the lie dof live
stock from themselves. Thcv claimed there
were 1,30 head iu the herd ana paid $104,102
for it, though the price was exorbitant and
tiicro wore not over 750 bead in the herd.
It is asked that Kn.h, Dowlin' and Lantz
he compelled to account for and pay over
$104,500 for 1,030 shares or stock issued to
them and never paid for: $285,500 for stock
sold or reported to have been sold and not
accounted tor: to account for $100,000 placed
at their disposal for investment, and to pay
over $101,0(10 for the proceeds of the addi
tional issue of stock as far as sold, or return
the shares that wero not sold, to be can
celed. The attornevs for tho plaintiffs are
Sol Schoyer, Jr., anil lams & Brock.
To-Day's Trial List.
Common Pleas No. 2 Brockenscr vs Cam
eron ct al, Greenoush vs Cameron et al,
Buoltnervs Chartlors Lake Ice Company,
Gillespie vs McKoesport Worklnginen's Co
operative Association, Kocper for use vs
IIoqc, McDonough vs Benedict et nl (2),
llender. executor, vs Black.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs JIary
Calhoun, A. obicszkie, Charles Wort, John
3Iitch" mi sky, J. lintchen, sandv Travis
i:ila Brown, .). Flahertv, William Pattern, G.
Tule, Jr., C. Kovav, W. C. V. Johnson, P.
Williams, L,izz:o McD. Farrell (2), J. Kinney,
Henry "Williams P- J- Walsh, Thomas 1'cr-"us-on,
J. R. Bccchor (2), J. Murphy, J. Ilern
Fcn, William McLauirhltn. M. Smith. G.
Luther. G. Johnston (2), T. Bremfleck (2), J.
Abreola, J. Kelly, a Magel, C. 3L ltichards
f2), A. Swick, It. E. Fry, Mrs. K. E. fay,
Elizabeth Eobcrts, Jeannette Kobert3.
Makes the Mine Dangerous.
A bill in equity was filed yesterday by J.
I). Sautcrs. owner of tho Xlckel Plate mines
in North Fayette township, against William
Guckert, John A. Steel and M. C. Egbert
oil operators. Sautcrs alleges that the de
fendants, who have an oil lease to 52 acres of
the land of -n hich ho owns the coal, are bor
int wells through his coal vein, making his
mine danecrous from gas. This is the mine
Judgre White refused border a suspension
of work In at tho suit of the Mine Inspect
ors sayinc there was no Immediate danger
from jras from the welli. Saturday has been
fixed for a hearing In the case before Judge
White.
"Wants ro Secure His Share.
A bill in equity was filed yesterday by IT.
C. Wilson against Samnel W. Black. It Is
stated that on July 1, 1SS9, Wilson and Blaok
became partners m the real estate business
us Samuel W. Black A Co., Black with a two
thirds inteicst and Wilson one-third. Black
received $3,000 per vear salary and Wilson
S2 000. Ou August 31, lffll, the partnership
was dissolved, Black continuing the busi
ness. Wilson claims that Black refuses to
account to him for his one-third interest.
lie asks tho appointment of a master to take
an accounting of the business and order
Black to pay plaintiff what is due him.
Minor Matters in Court.
Charles CmnK Is on trial for assaulting
Katie Trout. Both live at Homestead.
Valet Kovocx was acquitted of tho lar
ceny of $62 20 from liis brother, Joseph
Koyock, June 10.
Two breach of promise suits were entered
yesterday. Miss Margaret Ashbaugh wants
525,000 damages from John A- Pveatte and
Itachel B-iton $2,000 from Charles Jncht.
Mns. TAinPAX, alias Patchcl, of Allegheny,
is on trial for selling liquor wiicout a license
on information of Detective E P. Hosser,
the agent of the Noctbsido Liquor Dealers'
Association.
THE WELLS IX THE SAXD.
MOKE Or TDE1I "WKItE REPORTED
LAST NIGHT AS GCSIIUKS.
Singular rocket in the Northeast McCnrdy
Field The Moor 5 Tarm "Well In the
Southwest Not Showlrtr as Expected
The Latcft Trora McDonald.
There were several wells completed yes
terday, but the results were anything but
encouraging to the ownerv. In the north
east part ol the McCurdy field Gufiey &
Galley finished their No. 2, on the Annie
Adams property. It was 20 leet in the sand
yesterday with only 10 feet of oil in
the hole. There are only two acres in
this property and their No. 1 well started
off at something like 40 barrels au hour, and
is still a good producer. The rock under No.
2 has either been drained or the sand is
spotted. In the southwest part of tho Mc
Cnrdy field tho well of Hoffman & Co. on tho
Moore farm m as six or seven teet in the
sand late last night and making about eight
barrels an hour. It has been improving
since the start, and they expect to
get a pay yd. Patton-on & Jones
are down about 000 feet in each of their two
wells on the Shaetfer farm. Their No. 1 on
the Kelso is down 109 feet, and they are rig
ging up at No. 2,
In thu Itorongh.
McDonald Tile Devonian Oil Company
and Bodgcrs drilled their well en tho Hunk
er lot throueh tho sand yesterdav. It is in
the southwest part of the town. It was
making 15 barrels a day from the Gordon
sand, and will be good for onlj- 40 barrels a
day4romthe Gordon aud fifth. They had
20 feet of tho fifth sand. McGce Bros.
A Co.'s well on the mith lot was reported
to he drilling in the fifth sand yesterday and
making ten barrels an hour when the engine
"broke dp-n n and drilling had to be stopped.
Roland A Co. have a bad fishing Job on the
Mo Lain lot. They are Just on top of the
filth sand. Clark & Campbell's well on tho
Sauber's property wi.3 reported last night as
in tho fifth sand and showing light. Gar
land, Foeley & Co.'s well on the De
Koy made 160 barrels during the 24
hours ending at 2 r. x. yesterday. It
had been shot. Haymaker "& Co. on the
Kelly lot is making 15 barrels an hour in tho
fifth sand. W. P. Black's well on the Crook
is doing 100"barrels a day from the Gordon.
The Royal Gas Company's Mary Robb No. 1
is good for 135 barrels an hour.
Operations in Butler.
Callert The McCalmont OU Company's:
No. 2 on the Walters farm is in the sand and
showing a 100-barrel well. Their No. 3 John
Staples is down 1.000 feet, and No. 3 Tlilel
man is drilling at 800 feet.
Yesterday's Local Features.
Trading hero was moderate within a nar
row range of flnctnations,Oil City wns active.
Cash opened at 50V. highest 5G, lowest 6
close OGJi. October opened at COJi highest
Sfti, low est 563, close 5GJ Refined was un
changed. Daily average runs, 78,158; daily
average shipments. 84,327.
Oil Citv, Sept. 16. National Transit cer
tificates opened at 57c; highest, 574c; low
est, 5SX.c; closed, 5Gc Sales, 04,800 barrels;
clearances, 44S.000 barrels: shipments, 82,491
barrels; runs, 103,392 barrels.
Bradford, Sept. 1C National Transit cer
tificates opened at 6Wc; closed at 55?c;
highest, 57&c; lowest, 56c. Clearances, li6,
000 barrels.
Cleveland, Sept. 16. Petroleum easy; S.
W. Ill", Gc: 74 gasoline, 7c; 84 gasoline,
10c; 03 naphthn, 6Kc.
New Voce, Sept. 16. Petroleum opened
strong, but after a slight advance in tho
earlv trading declined c, strengthened
bnck to the opening figures and closed dull.
Pennsylvania oil: Spot opening, 57Jc;
highest, 57Kc: lowest, 57Kc; closing, 57c:
October option, opening, 56fec; highest, 56?c!
lowest, E6Vc: closing, 5fc Lima oil, no
sales. Total sales, 01,000 barrels.
AMUSEMENTS.
TO-NIGHT.
MATINEE SATURDAY.
THE G01MS MINSTRELS.
First Floor,5oc,75c,Si Reserved.
Dress Circle,25c,5oc,75c Reserved.
Gallery, 15c. Admission, 50c.
SPECIAL PRICES Wednesday
Mati-'ee:
First Floor, 50c Reserved.
Dress Circle, 25 c Reserved.
Next Week, Matinees Wednesday and Sat
urday, FFFIFFIISIFRsu"od
Li ML LLLuLLII, splendid company,
In the Greatest of
All Madison Square
Theater successes,
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HAZEL KIRKE,"
Domestic Comedy Drama,
Played by them over 1,200 times.
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TD-HIEHT! TO-HIGHT!
PAIN'S
Last Days of PnuBii
AT
RECREATION PARK, ALLEGHENY.
Thursday Night, September 17,
Great Special Features,
NIAGARA FALLS ON FIRE
ASD
PORTRAIT OF CHRIS MAGEE.
In case of rain the performance will be
given the following night.
Tickets on sale P., A. & M. Street Railway
office, P. V. Railway office, Hamilton's Musio
Store and Max Klein's, 82 Federal street, Al-lecbenv.
admission: soc
Reserved Seats, 75c; Uox Seats, $1; Chll.
dre i, 25c. sel7-40
THEATRE
XSEATS ONSALE TO-DAY
For the big farce comedy event,
MONDAY, SEPT. 21,
A HIGH ROLLER,
"Which will be seen with a great cast,
including
BARNEY FAGAN,
THE ONLY LEON,
GEORGE LAURI,
TOHN D. GILBERT,
MARIETTA NASH
And 40 others, including the famous
Bijou Quartette, etc. Notwithstanding the
enormous expense there will be no advance
from the Bijou prices. Secure seats earlv
and avoid the rush on Monday night. se!7-9S
THE ALVIN THEATER.
Sixth St., Near Allegheny Bridge.
CHARl.ES L. DAVIS. Owner and Manager,
"Will positively open SEPTEM
BER 21, with
MISS PAULINE HALL
And her superb Opera Company in Offen
bach's Melodious Opera,
LA BELLE HELENE.
Sale of seats now open at E. G. Hays'
Music Store, 75 Fifth avenue.
Prices, 23c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1 50. Bel5-54
"Familiar is- Millions of Mouths
as ant Household Word."
The Times, London.
Apollinaris
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
" TJie Apollinaris Spring yields
enough rosier nol only or present
requirements, but also or those o a
ulure which is still remote."
"The existing supply is adequate
for filing orty million quart bottles
yearly."
" The volume o gas is so great
that it is dangerous to approach
the spring on a windless day."
The Times, London, 20th Sep 1890.
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TO-NIGHT.
GUS WILLIAMS
IN KEPl'LEU'S FORTUNES.
Matinee Saturday.
Sept. 21 "The High Roller. seH 21
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TJQUKSNE " tj,
rittsDurg s Leading Theater.
lo-nignt,
MARK MURPHT In
"O'DOWD'S NEIGHBORS."
Next Week "A Fair Rebel." S017-115
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A.RRY WILLIAMS' ACADEM".
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
anu caiuruay.
LESTER & WILLIAMS'
London Specialty Company.
A show for jaded people. se!3-51
HARRY DAVIS' FIFTH AVENUE
MUSEUM-THEATER.
Matrimonial contest, oten to all. THE
SKELETON DUDE WOOING a BKIDE this
week. Admission 10 cents, children 5 cents.
Open 1 to 5; 7 to 10 r. it, sol7
HARRIS' THEATER
Mrs. P. Harris, R. L. Brltton, T. F. Dean,
Proprietors and Managers. Every afternoon
nnd evening McKee Rankin's domestio
drama, "The Runaway Wife."
Week Sept. 21 "The Cruiskecn Lawn.
sel5-114-TTS
The Thuma Dancing Academy,
64 FOURTH AVENUE.
NINTH YEAR. ESTABLISHED 1SS3.
Opening for the season Thursday, Septom.
ber 24; children, Saturday, September 26-
Circuhas now readv. Four classes for h.
flnners. Office open day and eveninir, 01 i
ourth avenue. seI6-51-D J
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MATHEMATICALINSTRU MENTS
OF IVERV DESCRIPTION.
Catalogues and Prise Lists on Application.
WM. E. ST.EREN, Optician,
se2-TTS Eli SM1THFIELD STREET.
ESTABLISHED 1S6L
Eyes ExomlncdFrco.
Artificial Eyes Inserted.
OPTICIAN.
, 22 SIXTH ST.
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FINE DYEING AND CLEANING.
50 Sixth Avenue,
mhlMS-TOThs Pittsburg, Pa.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
physicians.
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Specialties: Sclentlno fitting
of TRUSSES, appliances for
DEFORMITY and ARTIFI
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It is manufactured as a powder, which can be
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48-page book of particulars free. To be had of A.
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Trade supplied by GEO. A. KELLY & CO. Alle
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Its past history shows it to have paid out to sufferers over
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And its present Assets amount to over
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Gratefulness Is my fullest expression for
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tration. S.I. BOYEK,
Tltnsville, Pa,, or Seventh Avenue Hotel,
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I have gained eight pounds in 30 days, and
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street. G. S. SELDEN.
149J 'Wylie avenue, city.
I have experienced the treatment at the
Electrical and Medical Institute, 442 Penn
avenne, corner Fifth street, and most cheer
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L. n. TURNER,
Stanwls street, Mt. Washington, city.
I am treating at the Electrical and Medical
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I R. LAUGHLIN.
Dennison, O.
The treatment at the Electrical and Medi
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Fifth street, is the best that I have ever re
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R. X. FLAXEGIN.
Munhall, Pa.
I am favorably impressed with the treat
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442 Penn avenue, corner of Fifth street, and
believe it to bo all they claim for it.
MRS. M E. GRAHAM,
No. 32 Adams street, Allegheny.
The special treatment at the Electrical
nnd Medical Institute, 442 Penn avenne, is
the best I have ever received for the restor
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Sprinedale, Pa.
My experience at tho Electrical and Med
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MRS. W. J. HANNAM,
No. 94 Wylie avenue, city.
I will say that the facultv at the Electrical
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I owe the restoration of mv heavine to the
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Hazelwood, city.
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trical and Medical Institute, 442 Penn ave
nue, corner of Fifth street.
MRS. MARY SCOTT,
4636 Penn avenuo, city.
Diseases treated at the Institute are Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Spinal Dis
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Dyspepsia and Stomach Troubles, Liver and
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Nervous Prostration and all chronic dis
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The Medical Director of this Institute, Dr.
B. F. Lamb, Is a highly educated physician
and in good standing with the medical pro
fession, his diplomas bearing the degrees of
A. M. and M. D.
Consultation and examtnation$l 00. Office
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 r. M. Lady and gentle
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FIG. 2.
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SOLE AGENT, CORRY, PA.
Pittsburg office telephone No. 290.
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Ca. AND GAS WELT. OWNERS' ATTENTION
J is called to the abore fujible flange tee (tig. 2)
and fnslble flange union fig. 1 . First, it's not cost
ly. Second, It 13 fully as 6tronr as is the non
fusible flange Joint. Third, shonltl yonrollor gas
well take fire this flange tee or flange, union is so
constructed that with an o-dlnary lire snfllcient to
melt lead this joint comes apart, and reduces the
output of your well to one outlet, thns removing
the tee casing head oil saTcr, etc., all of which are
the main obstructions In suppressing aa oil or ga9
Are at a burning well. Fourth, had this Joint been
on the "Wheeling Natural Gas Company's Cook
well at McDonald when it caught lire. Glen Braden
BiilllEflF
FIG. I
could hare put out the Are inside of three hours,
as It was, it took about six days. Fifth, should yon
hare the old style tes on hand, tou need only pur
chase the flange union, which can be placed be
neath the derrick floor entirely oat or the way.
Sixth, gas companies should hare this Joint on all
their gas wells. It will pay should only one well In
every one hundred catch Are from lightning or
otherwise. Seventh, can furnish any size or thread.
For particulars address TH09.CUSH1NG, Wash
ington, Pa., or Atwood 4 McCaffrey; Pittsburg,
Pa. se!5-lE-TT8
RAILROADS.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Schedule in effect 12.01 P. M.. Jotrl9. 1891.
Trains will leave Union Station, Pittsburg,
as follows (Eastern Standard Tlme)i
MAIN LINE EASTWARD.
New York & Chicago Limited of Pullman Vestibule
Cars dally nt 7.15 A. M. , arriving at Harrisburg at
1 Mr. M.. Philadelphia 4.45 p. jr.. NewYork7.00
r. M.. Baltimore 4.40 P.M., Washington S.S5 P.M.
K'Tstone Express dally at 1.20 a. x., arriving at
Harrisburg 8.25 a. m., Philadelphia 11.25 jl. m..
New York 2.00 p. jr.
Atlantic Express dally at 2.20 A. M., arriving at
Harrisburg 9.20 A. M., PhlladelDhla 12.18 P. Jf.,
New York 2.30 P. Jl., Baltimore 12.00r.jr Wash
ington 1.03 p. sr.
Harrisburg Accommodation dally, except Sunday.
5.25 A. jl., arriving at Harrisburg 2.50 p. M.
Day Express dally at 8.00 A. jr., arriving at Har
risburg 3.20 P. M.. Philadelphia 6.50 P. M., New
York 9.35 p.m., Baltimore S.45 P. M., Washing
ton 8.15 P. M.
Mall Express daily at 12.50 P. jr., arriving at Har
risburg 10.00 P. Jr.. connecting at Harrisburg with
Philadelphia Express.
Philadelphia Express dally nt 4.30 p. jr.. arriving
at Harrisburg 1.00 A. M.. Philadelphia 4.25 A. M.,
and New York 7.10 A. Jr.
Eastern Express at7.15 p. sr. dally. arrivlngHar
r!shurg2.25A. M., Baltimore 0.M A. M., Wash
ington 7.S0 a. it.. Philadelphia 5.25 A. M.. and
iew York 8.00 A. 31.
Fast Line dally, at 8.10 P.M., arriving at Harris
burg 3.30 A. M.. Philadelphia 6.50 A. M.. New
York 9.30 A. Jl.. Baltimore 6.20 A. M., Washing
ton 7. 30 A.M.
All through trains connect at Jersey City with
boats of "Brooklyn Annex," for Brooklyn. N.Y.,
avoiding double ferriage and Journey through
New York City.
Johnstown Accom.. excent Snndar. 3.40 P. M.
Grecnsnnrg Accom.. 11.15P.M. week-days. 10.30
P. r. Sundays. OrcensburgExpress5.J0p. M..
except Sunday. Derry Express 11.00 A. M., ex
cept Sunday.
Wall Aecom. 6.00. 7.C0. 9.00, 10.30 A. M 12.15, 2.00.
3.20, 4.55, 5.40. 6.25. 7.40, 9.40 P. Jl., week-days,
and 12.10 a.m. (except Monday). Snndar, 10.31
A. JI 12.25, 2.30. 5.30, 7.20 and 9.40 P. M.
Wll'tiusburg Accom. 6.10, 6.40. 7.20 A. jr.. 12.01,
4.00, 4.35. .20. 5.30, 5.50. 6.10, 10.10 and 11.40 P. Jl.
Sunday, 1.30 and 9.15 r. M.
Braddrvfc Accom., 5.50. 6.55. 7.45. 8.10. 9.50, 11.15 A.
M., W. 1.2", 2.50. 4.10. 6.00. 6.35. 7.20 8.25, S.CO
anii.44 P. M. week days. Sunday, 5.35 A. M.
"fcOUTH-WEST PENN RAILWAY.
For Unlontown 6.30 and 8.35 A.M., 1.45 and 4.25
p. M. week-days.
MONONGAHEXA DIVISION.
OS AXD AFTER MAT 25th, 1891.
'For Monongahela City. West Brownsville, and
Unlontown 10.40 A. ii.- For Monongahela City
and West Brownsville 7.35 and 10.40 A. ST., and
4.50 P. M. On Sunday, 8.55 A. M. and 1.01 P. M.
For Monongahela City only, 1.01 and 5.50 P. jr.
week-days. Dravosburg Accom., 6.00 a. jr. and
3.20 P. M. week-davs. west Elizabeth Aecom.
8.35 A. 31., 4.15, 6.30, and 11.35 P. M. Sunday, 9.40
P.M.
WEST PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
OX AND AFTKI: MAY 25th, 18M.
From FEDEBAL STKEET STATION, Allegheny
City:
For Springdale. week-davs, 0.20, 8.25. 8.50, 10.40,
11.50. A. jr., 2.25. 4.19, 5.00. 6.05. 6.20. 8.10, 10.30,
and 11.40 P. M. Suuda) s, 12.35 and 9.30 P. jr.
For Butler, week-days. 6.55. 8.5C. 10.40 a. m 3.15
and 0.05 p. M.
For Freeport. week-days. 6.55, 8.50, 10.40 A. It..
3.1?. 4.U. a.uu. b.iu, iv.wt anu ii.iu i. jti. cuu.
days, 12.35 and 9.30 P. 31.
For Apollo, week-days, 10.40 A. M.. and 5.00 P. it.
For Blalrsvlllc, week-days, 6.55 A. n., 3.15 and 10.33
P. jr.
45-Tlie Excelsior Baggage Express Companv will
call for and check Baggage from Hotels and Resi
dences. Time Cards and full information can ba
ohtalned at the Ticket Offices No. 110 Fifth Ave
nue, corner Fourth Aenuc aud Try Street, ana
Union Station. J . B. WOOD.
CHAS. E. PUGH. Gen'IPass'r Agent.
General Manager.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY BAILROAD-OX
and after Sunday. June 23, 181)1. trains will
leave and arrive at Union station, Pittsburg, east
ern standard time: Buffalo express leaves at 8:20
a. m.. 8:45 p. m. (arriving at Buffalo at 6:45 p. m.
and 7:20 a. m.): arrives at 7:10 a. m., 6:25 p.m. .Oil
City and DnBols express Leaves8:20a. ni 1:30 p,,
m.: arrives 1:00. b:25, 10:00p.m. East Brady
Leaves at 6:55 a. m. Klttannlng Leaves 9:05 a.
m., 3:55,5:30 p. m.i arrives 8:55, 10:00 a.m.. 5:55 p.
m. Bracburn Leaves 4:55, 6:15 p. m.; arrives 8:05
a. m., 7:40 p.m. Valley Camp Leaves 10:15 a.m..
12:05, 2:25. 11:30 p. m.: arrives 6:40 a. m.. 12:30, 2:13
4:41 p. m. llulton Leaves 8:00, 9:50. pm.:arrlves
7:35. 11:10 p. m. Forty-third street Arrives 3:31,
8:20 p. m. Sunday trains Buffalo express -Leaves
8:20a. m., 8:45 p. m.: arrlves7:10 a. nt., 6:25p.m.
Emlenton Leaves 9:05 a. m.; arrives 9:15 p.m.
K I Manning Leaves 12:40 p. m. : arrives 10:15 p. in.
Braeburn Leaves 9:50 p. m.: arrives 7:10 p.m.
Pullman parlor buffet car on day trains and Pull
man sleeping car on night trains between Pittsburg
and Buffalo. Ticket offices. No. 110 Fifth areui.e
and Union station. DAVID M'CAItGO. Genera
Superintendent. JAME3 P. ANDERSON, Gen
eral Ticket Agent.
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$(95
THIS GRAND TOILET SET, finest English
Semi-Porcelain, 1 2 pieces (including slop jar),
decorated most artistically, regardless of ex
pense; would be cheap at $j 50. Remember,
our price this week only $4 95. ::::::: :
$
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THIS EXQUISITE TEA SET, 56 PIECES, extra fine China, richly
andtastefullydecorated in Vandyke brown and pale green; regular price,$4 50.
,1 a " 1 1
45c.
Large, new, square shape,
beautifully decorated, well
worth 75c.
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25c.
AFTER D1NNEH DHTETE-A-TETE
GUPS UNO SAUCERS,
Guaranteed genuineFrench,
decorated in rich, unique
designs and colors; truly
worth 50 c.
jctii m urn
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8c.
Very Fine Thini
BLOWN TUMBLERS';
Handsomely etched
I in various aesigns;
usually sold at 20c
B 1 ' ii
45c. Wl
33c.
CHAMBER PAILS,
12 qt. size,
Nicely painted, decorated
in gold designs; regular
price 50 c.
BREAD AND CAKE BOX,
I Japanned; best make and
finish; worth 60c
CHAMOIS SKINS,
Large and selected,
IOC.
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4c.
Ideal Medicated
TOILET PAPER,
Sold everywhere
FORIOc.
TUB Aim Bargains iwt Fait Long 1 Mows.
KAUF
MANNS
Fifth Ave. and Smithfield St.
BA1LKOADS.
, From Pittsburgh. Union 3tation-
ljBnnsylvaniaIrinBs.
Im Trains Run by Central Time.
Southwest System-Pan-IIandleKAata
Depart for Columbus, CncinnaU, IndlanapoCs, S.
Louis, points intermediate and beyond : 2.10 a.m
7.00ajn.,S.4opjn.,lI.15pjn. Arrive tnim warn
points: '1.05 a.m., 6.00 a.m., 5j5pjn.
Depart lot Columbus, Chicago, points inietmedba
and beyond: Z.lO a.m., fl2.0o p.m. Arrive frvm
same points: 1.05 a.m., 3.05 p.m.
Worth neat System Fort Wayne Route
Depart for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond?
1S a.m.,7.10 a.m., 120 p.m., 1.00 p.n., 111.20
p.m. Arrive from same points : 12.05 a.m., 112.4X1
jn.. 6JlSa.m., 600 p.m., JHIp.m.
The Philadelphia and New York Ztmift
departsforChicago8.45p.m. Arrives from Chicago
fi.00 a.m.
Depart for Toledo, points intermediate and beyond:
7.10a.m.,li20p.m.,1.00p.m.,1110p.m. Arrive
from same points: tl2.40a.rn., (US a.m,, 6.00p.m.,
iSJMp.m. .
Depart for dereland, points intermediate and
teyond: fj.10 a.m., 7.10 a.m., t!2.o p.a,
11.05 p.m. Arrive from same, points: 6X1 a.m.,
fJ.15 p.m., 6.00 p.m., f7.00 p.m.
PuUman Sleeping Cars and Pullman Dining
Cart run through. East and West, on principal traina
of both Systems.
Time Tablet of Through and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, not mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Fifth Avenue and Union Station,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket offices of th Fcsa
gylvania Lines West of Pittsb'irgh.
Dally. tEx. Sunday. JEi. Saturday. HEi. Monday.
JOSEPH WOOD, E. A. FORD,
Geaeru aastger, General iuaapr Ifts
PlTTSBDHOH. PEKS'A.
KAJXKOADS.
pnTsnurto and wisteek railwat-
J XraiBSlLt'lOiaiw u uiucj.
Mail. Butler. Clarion, Kane
Akron and Krle
Butler Accommodation ,
New Castle and Butler
Chicago Express (dally)
Zellenoplp and ISntler
Butler and Foiburc
First-class lani to Chicago, (10 30. Second class,
(3 50. I'uUmaubulfetslecpIngcartoCblcagodaliy,
Leave.
6:40 a m
7:30 a m
9:30 am
3:05 ii iu
2:Wpm
4:J pm
5:T0 pm
Arrive.
11:3) a m
7:30 pm
3:33 pm
9:10 a m
11:55 a m
o:30 a ru
7:00 a m
rrTTSBrtrto and castle shannon rt. .
fcummer Time Table. On and after Jane 7,
1891, until further notice, trains will run as fol
lows on every dav. except Sunday. aslern
standard time: Leaving Pittsburg 6:25 a m. 7:15 a
in, 3:00am, 9;33a m, 11:30 am, 1:45pm, 3:35 pm,
6:10 p m. 5:."5 pm, t;30pin, y,30 p m, 11:30pm.
Arllngton-5:40 am, aa m, 7:10a m. 8:00am,
10:25am, IrOOpm. ;:40pm. 4 JD pm, JJlOpm, 6m1
pro, 7:15pm, 10;. pm. Sunday trains, leaving
Pltuburg 10:00 a in, 12:55 p m, 2:35 p in. 5;10 p m.
;30pm. Arlington 9U0 a in. K;10 pm. lpo,
4ipm,6:m. O. A. UUUE1U, SiW
PTTTSriDKr AN1 I.Alii, i.KIK KA1LKOAD
COMPANY Schedule In effect June 14. 1S91.
central time P. .t L. E. It. R. Depart For
Cleveland. 4:30. 9:00 a.m.. "ISO, 4:20. p. m.
For Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis. 4:30 a. m..
ISO, "9:45 p. m. For Buffalo, 8:00 a. m., 4:20, 9:tl
p. m. For Salamanca, D:0Oa. m '1:50, 9:45p.m.
For Youngston-n and New Castle, 4:30, 8:00, 9:M
a. m '1-JiO. U-3D, "9:45 p. m. For Beaver Falls.
4:30, 7:00, '8:00, 9:55 a. m., '1:50. 3:30, '4:20.5:29.
9:45pm. For Chartlers, 4:30. 5:3u, 5:33. 18-JiZ
7:00, 7:35, 7:50, 18:00, 8:45. 9:10. "JSi a. m.. 12:10.
112:45, 1:30. 1:55. 3:30. 4:25, '4:30. 4:35. 5:20. 'iijSl
6:25, '8:00. 19:45, 10:. p.m.
ABR1VB From Cleveland, 6:40 a. m.. 12:3(1,
6:40, "7a0 p. m. From Cincinnati, Chicago and
bt. Louis. 8:10 a. m., '12:30. "7:50 p. m. From,
Buffalo, 6:40a. m., 12:30. 10:C5 p. m. From Sala
manca. 10:C0 a. m., 7:50 p. m. From Younss
town and New Castle. 6.40, 10:00 a. m., 12:,
6:40, 7:5e, 10:05 p. m. From Beaver Falls. 5:20,
6:40. 7:20. 10:00a. m., '12:30, 120. 5:40. -7:00. loTS
p. m.
P., C. & Y. trains for Mansfleld, 7:33 a. m.. 12:1
4:35p.m. ForEsplenand Becchmout. 7:S5 a.m.,
4:35 p. m.
P. C. & Y. trains from Mansfleld, 7:05, llwJa.
m. ,4:25 p.m. From Beechmont. 7:05,11:59 a. m.
P.. McK. & Y. K. K. Depart-For New Haven,
T8:20. 10:10 a. m., 3:00 p. m. For West Newton.
8:20. 10:10 a. m., '3:00. 5:25p.m.
Abkite From New Haven. "9:00 a. m.. 5:2a
p. m. From West Newton, 6:15, 9:00 a. m.. 5 0
p. ra.
For McKeesport, Elizabeth. Mononirahela City
and Belle Vernon. '0:45.. 11:05 a. m.. '4.U0 ri.ro
From Belle Vernon. Monongshela City. Elizaoetsi
and McKeesport. 6:20, 7:40 a. m.. 1:20. 4:0a p. m.
Dailv. Sundays only.
City ticket oSce. 039 Smithfield street.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO BATLKOAD.
Sche duly in effect May 10. 1391. Fastens Bmw
Biltlmore. Philadelphia,
and New York. '3a a. m,
and "9:29 p.m.
For Cumberland. 3:15 a
mj 1:10. 9:20 p. ra.
For ConnellsvlUe, 18:40.
8:15 a.m., WHO, 4:15 and
9:20 p.m.
For Unlontown. JS:40,
8:15 a. m.. tlOO and t4UJp.
tn.
For ConnellsvlUe and
CF.e8aSnat,a.ndmVandr :a. m. .
"F'owathfnW. Pa. It 53:30. a).a. m
4F?r?VUng.l7SS'58l30. )a. nu. 4.-00. -7:
P'For.Clnclnnatl and St. Lonls, "70 a. m. 7:45 p,
For Commons. 7:20 a. m. J7:4S p. m.
For Newark, 7S0a. m.. 7:45p. m.
For Chicago, 7:20 a. m. and T:U p. ra.
' Trains arrive from New York. Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington, 6:20 a. m.. 1-JS p.
m From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago. '8:2J
a.m.. 'SpOp. m. From Wheeling. '8:25, 10:45 a.
m. t4:40, "8:50, $9:33 p. m.
Dally. tDally except Sunday. (Sunday only,
ISiturday only. IDaily except Saturday.
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing
ton. Cincinnati and Chicago.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company win call for
and check baggage from hotel and residences upon
orders left at B. & O. ticket office, corner Fifth,
avenue and Wood street, or 401 and 639 SmlthflaU
street.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL.
General Manager. , Cica. Pa. A2ai.
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