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MAT M THE HOOF.
Full Eetums of Week's Transactions
"at liberty Tards.
CATTLE DEPRESSED AND LOWER.
Sheep ana Iambs Follow Suit, Supplies
Being Above Wants.
HOGS STEADI-rfiODCCTS DBOOPING.
Office of Ptttsbcbo Dispatch, 1
Thcbsdat, May 2, 1SS9. J
With returns all in it seems that local
cattle receipts were 300 head less this week
than last and through receipts 240 more. In
this week's receipts were tea loads of stack
ers from Chicago.
There v ere lew primes in the market; The
ontsiOe weight was little above 1,400 pounds.
Markets were sluggish and at last accounts a
number ofloads were unsold. There is a differ
ence of opinion among stockmen as to decline.
The general view is that prices are off from 15c
to 20c from rates of last week. Some dealers
hold that fine, smooth butcher stock, weiring
about 1.200 pounds, hold up to prices of a week
ago. The beeves which meet the wants of the
local butcher trade suffer least from the de
moralization of the cattle markets.
The steer that is wanted by our local butchers
of late months must not pass beyond the 4c
line, femootb, well-fatted stock, weighing from
1,100 to 1.250, appear to meet the general de
mands of our home trade, and hence for this
line of cattle markets hold up best. It is never
theless the fact that even this grade has suf
fered in a measure from the general depression
of cattle markets.
The best price obtained for cattle this week
at Llbertv was M SO. Good butcher cattle.frora
1,200 to 1,400, sold at prices ranging from S3 80
to 4 10. Receipts of calves show no decline.
The total this week so far was 1.300 head. The
outside prlM for calves was4Jc and this was
only obtained for a few choice ones. hich were
no index to the market. The general range was
SKc to 4e, and at these figures markets were
in favor of buyers.
Sheep and Lambs.
With receipts more than 8,000 bead less than
fast week, it would be supposed that markets
would be firm. The facts are the reverse.
This season's live stock trade is an exception
to all rules and experiences. In tie face of
diminished supplies markets have been slow
all the week at a full quarter's reduction from
prices of last week.
Prime wethers weighing 120 pounds were sold
at (4 35. The outside price for spring lambs
was 7c, and it required a very fancy animal to
bringthis hgure. As with cattle so with sheep
and lambs-markets have been depressed all the
At Chicago to-day hogs are a trifle higher
than yesterday. The price there for tops is
(4 80. At Liberty receipts have been light all
the week, and markets are stronger to-day
than they were on Monday. There was little
trouble selling all that came to hand, with $5 00
as the price of tops.
The situation of trade for hog products has
few elements that are encouraging. Trade
shows drooping tendencies all along the line.
The trouble all the past season has been that
the prices of bogs were too high to furnish any
margin to pork packers. In almost all provision
lines margins are so narrow to the packer that,
except on special cuts, he has been n orking for
glory more than profit;
Following is the report of the week's trans
actions at the East Liberty Stockyards:
CATTLE. HOGS. SILEXP
Thursday 8S0 .... 3,675 1.320
Friday 540 30 1,573 4,0
fcaturday bSO SCO 1,990 2,533
bunday... .. 920 4,3-jO 2.750
Monday. 140 110 1.C50 770
Tuesday 500 1J0 l,42o 1,430
Wednesday 3, 1,950 1,100
Total 2,940 1,50C 16.57.-J 10,140
Lastweek 2,700 1,800 17,535 18,500
Thursday..... .... 6 1,016 1,000
FridaT 26 7S3 SO
t-aturday r 4.3 206
Monday. LIE 3, MI 4,838
Tuesday 191 607 1.GU
Wednesday 94 1,004 1.568
Total J, 449 7.374 9,311
.aftweefc .. 1,772 5.423 12,049
New Toek Beeves Receipts, 1,330 head,
including 70 carloads for exportation alive and
dead, and 14 carloads for city slaughterers di
rect; no trading in beef cattle; steady for
dressed beef at 6&7Vc: exports today, 675
beeves. 100 sheep and 740 quarters of beef; to
day's Liverpool cable quotes American re
frigerator beef dull at TVc per pound. Sheep
Receipts, 3,400 head, and 4,000 bead were car
rienover yesterday; slow and fully 15 carloads
remain unsold; poor to very choice clipped
sheep sold at3ocper pound; a few common
unshorn do at lc; clipped yearling lambs at
45JJc;a tew ordinary nnshoru earlings at
6J$c; spring lambs at H 005 50 each. Hoes
Receipts, 5 600 head, nearly all for slaughterers
direct; the few sales on rho live weight were
at $j 105 40 per 100 pounds, and the market
closed dull at the range.
Kansas Cttt Cattle Receipts. 2.233 head;
shipments, 1,5S0 head: market slow and weaker
for heavy drfssert beef and shipping steers,
which were 1015c lower; light weight 5loc
lower; cows steady; stackers and feeding steers
steady; good to cnoice corn-led, J3 &04 15;
common to medium, S3 0003 65; stockers and
feeding steers, $2 003 60; cows, fl 753 25.
Hogs Receipt, 7,249 head; shipments, 2.13S
head; market strong and active and 2K5c
higher; good to choice. 54 454 50: common to
medium, f4 254 4a Sheep Receipts, 636
head: shipments, 426 head: market weak;
good to choice, ti 004 75: common to medium.
53 253 75.
St Louis Cattle Receipts. 6,000 head: ship
ments, none; market steady: choice heavy
native steers. J3 U)l 40: fair to good do, S3 00
4 00; stockers and feeders, fair to good, (2 50
5 10: crass-fed. $1 9062 80. Hocs-Recelpts.
3,800 bead; shipments, none; market slow; choice
heavy and butchers' selections. H 504 60:
packing, medium to prime, S4 354 50: light
grades, ordinary to best, $4 454 60. Sheep
Receipts, 3,400 head; shipments, none; market
slow; fair to choice, 53 004 6a
Chicago - Cattle - Receipts. 15,000 head:
shipments, C.000 head; market weak and lower:
steers, S3 004 30; Texas cattle. 52 503 70;
stock cattle. J2 853 6a Hogs Receipts. 17,
000 head; shipments, 8,000 head; market active
and a shade higher: heavy and mixed, H 55
4, 721 light, SI GO 65. SlieeD-Receipts,
6.000 head: shipments, 1,000 head; market 5
10c loner; natives. $3 255 10; .Western, S3 40
5'00: lambs, S4 755 75. x
Baltimore Beef cattle Values unchanged,
quality a shade off: best beeves. 44 2-5c;
pcnerallr rated, first quality, 33Kc; uedlani,
33Kc; ordinary thin steers, oxen and cows. 2
2Jic; most of the sales -were from 2J3Jc;
'receipts, 1,220 bead: sales. C90 head, bheep
Receipts, 2,403 bead.-Jsheep, 25c; lambs,
BurFALO-Cattle-No fresh receipt, nothing
'doing. Sheep and lambs Receipts, 16 loads
' through; 22 sales; dull, only fpw lambs sold.
nogs oiow. sc lower on Yorkers; receipts, 2
loads through, 11 loads sale; mediums, So.
Cincinnati Hogs higher; common and
lifjnt, 004 70; packing and hoteliers'.
H 04 85; receipts, 2,720 head; shipments, 1,615
Indianapolis Cattle steady at $3 004 4a
Hogs quiet atSl 554 7a Sheep steady at $3 00
100; lambs, 8SW7 75.
INewTobk. May2. The drygoods market
reopened, after a closing of practically three
days, with an accumulation of mail orders in
the bands of acents and numerous retail buy
ers in the jobbing houses. In the latter an
'active trade developed, which was stimulated
by1 special bargains in all departments and two
or'three small drives id prints. The market at
first hands was unchanged, and few visiting
buyers were on hand, but some large contracts
were made for tpeoialties. There was a hrm
tone to most descriptions of cotton goods.
SIS for 810.
Ve are "giving away 518 men's sails for
$10 to-day and to-morrow. These suits are
of , this season's make, and of our own man
ufacture You can take your choice of 75
different patterns, cut iu &acks and one,
three and four-button cutaways, long or
short roll, just as vou prefer. Materials in
these suits are cheviot, worsteds, diagonals,
cassimeres, Bannocbburn tweeds, blarneys
and serges. You will never have an oppor
tunity to buy stylish and well-made cloth
ing as low as you can buy from us to-day
and to-morrow. We aust sell our goods.
P. C- O. C, cor. Grant nd Diamond sts.,
opp. the new-Court House.
Ton can bny 50 delicious imported cigars
,)for$4,0at Q. W. Sckaridt', 95 and 97
NABKETSJBY WIRE. ,
WhentWenk nnd Lower Under Local In
fluence Bnd Jfewn From Dakota
Corn and Onts Strong and
Htchcr Bog Products .
Chicago The wheat market was weaker
and prices lower to-day. July opened HSlic
lower and declined lc more, recovered He
and closed lc lower than yesterday. May
closed 2c lower and June 2Jc lower than yes
terday. The influences, brought to bear noon the
market were favorable to both class of traders,
but the results favored the bear side. .Foreign
and domestic markets were weaker. On the
other hand, advices from the Northwest report
dry weather, and some advices indicate irre
parable damage from recent storms in Da
kota. Corn rnled rather quiet the greater part of
the session, though there were times when the
market exhibited a moderate degree of specu
lative activity. The market opened a shade
higher than the closing prices of yesterday,
and final quotations were He higher than yes
terday. Oats were moderately active, stronger and
higher. Prices advanced J4V hut closed
easy at KC below the outside.
Trading was active in-me&sporlc and prices
fluctuated considerably. Offerines were quite
free early, and prices receded 15lXc Later
quite a good demand prevailed and the market
exhibited considerable strength, with liberal
buTlng by local operators. Prices were ad
vanced 3032Kc but settled back again 6e7c,
and closed steady.
A moderate trade was reported in lard. Early
the market was weak, with some desire to sell
by local operators, and prices receded 25c
liter the demand improved and prices rallied
57c, and closed comparatively steady at out
An active trade was reported in short ribs.
Prices receded 25c Later prices rallied
710c and closed cteady.
The leading rutures ranged as rollows:
WnKAT-Ka 2 June. lK81K"85i7Sc:
July. 78T67SK7bV77Kc; September, 77
77K6767bc; ear. 7b75c
Corn No. 2 June, 34S4c; July, 34342c:
OATS No. 2 June, 2222522W:22c; July
Mess Pork, per bbk-June. til 45U 67K
11 45U 62$; July, SU 60U SOQll 42
11 72K: August, $U 75U 82$.
Labd, per 100 Its. June, $8 S2K?6 85;
July, S6 856 S7; August, S6 806 92K&S W&
SHOBT RIBS, per 100 Bs. Jnne, 5 92K5 97K
5 92M5 7M: Julv, 16 02K8 07K&5 97K8
6 05; August, S6 1266 12K6 056 12K.
Cash quotanons were as rollows: Klour steady
and unchanged. No. 2 spring wheat, 79S0c:
No. 3 spring viheat, 77c; No. 2 red, 7i
79c No. 2 corn, 33J-ic. No. 2 oats,' .22Jc;
No. 2 rye. 40Kc. No. 2 barley nominal. No.
1 flaxseed, f 1 6ril 57. Prime timothy seed, SI 351
Mess pork, per barrel, 111 5011 55. Lard,
per 100 lbs. tG 80g6 82K. Short ribs sides
(loose), $5 906 00. Dry salted shoulders
(boxed), 15 255 50. Short clear sides (boxed),
SS 256 37K. Sugars cut, loaf, !9Kc: granu
lated. bc: standard "A," 8JgC Receipts
Flour, 20.000 barrels; wheat, 14,000 bushels:
corn. 256,000 bushels; oats. 238,000 bushels: rye,
13,000 bushels; barley, 25,000 bushels. Ship
mentsFlour, 6,000 barrelsr wheat, 26.000
bushels; com, 389,000 bushels; oats, 231,000
bushels; rye. 5,000 bushels; barley, 8,000
On the Produce Exchange to-day the butter
maiket was steady; fancy creamery. 2122c;
good to choice, 1920c; fine dairies, 1920c; fine
togood,1417c Eggs firm at 10Kllc
New York Flour Irregular and moderately
active, closing steady. Wheat Spot fairly
active,lc lower aud weak; demand chiefly
for export; options active, 11C lower and
heavy; July, 84 5-16SS5Jc, closing at 84c; Au
gust, Sic. Rje quiet: western. 4952c Bar
ley dull; Canada, 6774c Barley malt quiet;
Canada. 90cKSl 10 lor old and new. Corn
Spot fairly active, strong and fc higher;
options dull and steady. Oats Spot fairly
active and stronger; options active and firmer.
Hay quiet and steady. Hops firm and quiet.
Coffee Options 2030 points up; closed steady;
sales of 74,250 bags, including May,16.7516.80c;
June. 16.8agl6i90c; July, l6.9517.00c: August,
17.05fflI7.15c; September. 17.25R17.S0c; October,
17.3517.40c: November,17.4017.45c; December,
17.40ai7.50c: January, 17.60c; March, 17.50c
Sugar Raw quiet and steady: fair re
fining, -6?c: centrifugal, 96 test. 7Jc;
refined steady and quiet, Molasses
Foreign firm; New Orleans quiet.
Rice quiet and steady. Cottonseed oil quiet;
rellow. 5052c. Tallow steady. Rosin quiet.
Turpentine dull and weak:, offered at Xc
Egcs in fair demand; western, 1212c; re
ceipts, 15,653 packages. Pork more active;
mess, J13 0013 25: extra prime, $12 0012 25.
Cutraeats dull; pickled bellies, 6K5c;
picklH hams, IVAQWic Middles quiet; short
clea-.f055. Lara lower: closed steady: sales
western steam. $7 15617 17tf. closing at 57 17J
Diu; ciy, so oa; iuav, ia&i id, closing at
57 17; June. 57 147 16, closing at $7 17; July,
57 17, closing at 7 18; August J7 21; Septem
ber, 57 247 27,-closing at J72C727. Butter
in lower demand: -western dairy, 1018c; do
cream ery, 1522c; El gins, 24oS Cheese stronger
and in better demand.
St. Louis Flour quiet and easy with light
demand. Wheat lower. It was a steadily sink
ing market all the session at unfavorable ad
vices and May closed 3c and June 2c lower than
yesterday: No. 2 red, cash. 79c; May. 7780Wc,
closing at 77Uc; Jnne, 7576c, closing at 75c;
Jnlr. 73Ji74c closing at 73c; August, 73JJ
73J74Jc; closing at 737c Corn firm; No. 2
mixed cash, 30Vc; May, 3030c, closed at
30Kc:Junc, 30c; July. 31c closed at 31c
asked: September, 33Jc Oats higher; No. 2
cash. 23)c bid; May, 23c asked: June, 23c bid.
Rye. 42c Barley quiet; Iowa, 40c Flaxseed,
SI 45. Provisions steady.
CntCTKS ati Flour quiet. Wheat steady;
No. 2 red. 84c; receipts, luo bushels; shipments,
1,000 bushels. Corn in good demand and firm:
No. 2 mixed, 87c Oats firmer: No. 2 mixed, 26
26Xc Rje steady; No.2,48ffi49c Pork-Demand
ligiitat$12 25L Lard steady at Sfl 62$. Bulk
meats and bacon quiet. Butter steady. Sugar
firm. Eggs and cheese steady.
Philadelphia Flour very dull; prices
weak and unsettled. Wheat Carlots steady
but quiet; options dull and nominal. Corn
Steady but quiet. Oats Spot dull; futures quiet
butsteady. Bntterdull and weak; Pennsylvania
prints, extra, 2526c Eggs firm; Pennsylvania
Milwaukee Flour steadv and dull. Wheat
weak; cash, 76c; June, 76c; July, 77J4c
Corn easier; o. 3, 34c Oats quiet; No. 2
white. 26SC6c. Rje Arm; No. L Xc Bar
ley easy: No, 2, 54c Pork. S15 55. Lard. S6 82K
Cheese easy; Cheddars, 910c
Balttkobe Provisions steady. Butter
dull ana easy: Western packed, 1516c; cream
ery, 2225c Ejrps firm at 11&612C. Coffee
... .. n- ,- T' mtm tffn . ., ' T
dull; uto, lair, ltisc.
Toledo Cloversecd dull and lower; cash,
S3 97. Receipts, none: shipments, 8 bags.
The Dcmnnd Increasing and Prices Firmer
Curtailment of Production.
The past week has witnessed a decided im
provement in this important branch of local
industry. Abetter demand has not only stiff,
ened prices, but encouraged makers to hope for
an advance, which is only a question of a short
time It will not bo large, bat sufficient togive a
better tone to th market. Another cause of the
improvement is the shuttini: don of some of
the mills and curtailment of production. This
has already relieved the trade of a dead weight,
and if continued until supply and demand are
about equal, will necessarily result in a strong
and active market. This is the outlook. Makers
and brokers almost unanimously agree that the
worst is over.
PiO IltON Neutral Gray forge, Sll 50,
cash; wtito and mottled, 14 00C14 50. cash;
all ore mm. ia ,oipio iai, casu; no. i lounary,
$17 25(517 SO, cash; No. 2 foundry, Si6 00, cash;
No. 2 charcoal foundry, S21 0021 50, cash:
cold blast charcoal, S25 002S 00, cash; Bessemer
iron. $16 7517 00. cash. .
Fkrho-Masoanese Eighty per cent. $55 00
56 00; speigel-eisen, S28 0028 50 for20per cent
Mamjkacttjbed IBON-Bars, 11 751 80, 60
days, 2 per cent off.
Muck Bak $26 60.
Billets Bessemer steel, $27 00 cash; nail
slabs, $27 75023 00; domestic bloom and rail
ends, 19 0019 GO.
NAILS-Carlotsl2dto 40d, flSr 60 days; 2
per cent off for cash.
Weouoht iBOlf Pipe Discounts on steam,
gas and water pipe: Mack. to 1-Inch,65per
cent, to 12 inches, 67$; galvanized, Y. to
l-inch, 47K per cent; 1 to 12 inches, 55 per
cent; oil well casing, 60 per cent; 5 Inch cas
ing, 37K per net foot; 2-inch tubing, lSc; boiler
tubes, C2f, and oil well casing, 60 per cent off
Merchant Stkkl Tool, 8c; crucible
spring, 4c: crucible machinery, 6c; open
hearth machinery, 2Jfc
KAILFASTENINGS-Snikes, 2.20c per pound,
80 daysjsplice bars. 1.8001 85c per pound; square
nut trackbolts, 2.753 JL85c and hexagon nnt,2.90
2.85c f. o. b. PitMburg.
Old Rails American tees, $24 00824 50
Steel do. $18 60 for short, $19 50 for Jong.
Steel RAiM-Heavy sections, 23g29 cash,
Scrap Iron No.1 wrought, $J121 25 per net
ton; cast scrap, $15 50I6: wrought turnings, 51S
14. net: cast borings. $1213, gross: car axles,
$25 0025 60, net; old car wheels, $19 0019 60,
cross; rail ends, f 19 G020 00; bloom do, $19 CO,
Beelp Ieon Grooved sizes, $1 65, eash;
New YoKX-Pie Iron quiet and nominal
Copper eftfrfer; lake, May. 14 26. Lend dall
and Aimer: domestic, B 67K- Tin quiet and
LANDS AND HOUSES.
Some Important Deals, With More of
the Same Sort on, the String.
THE DEMAND STILl, YEEI ACTIVE.
Westinghouse Stocks Under a Cloud, With
Philadelphia in the Tan.
OIL ADYAKCES MEAELI TWO CENTS
Several important real estate transactions
were consummated yesterday, showing that
business is still in full vigor. Among them
were: A "Westmoreland county farm, 52.100;
a blocfc of fine houses on Stanton avenqe,
Allegheny, $12,260; a brick residence on
Fifth avenue, Oakland, $8,100; 12 lots in
Reserve township, $200 to $276 each, and
two lots on Penn avenne, Twentieth ward,
$1,000. Progress was reported in two or
three large deals that have been on the string
for several weeks. This shoirs that interest in
real estate is being kept up.
"One of the most Interesting features to me
of the license business has been overlooked,"
remarked a piominent citizen yesterday. "I
refer to the devotion to law which the disap
pointed men and tlJelr friends have shown.
Hundreds were thrown out of business by the
word of one man, but they didn't rebel; they
didn't attempt to incite riots; they dldn'tmatte
attempts on the life of the Jndge; they didn't
parade the streets to excite sympathy for their
cause. Xike loyal citizens they bowed to the
majesty of the law as represented by the Court.
In any other country in the world this would
have resulted in riot If not revolution. Whle
lam opposed to the liquor traffic as a great
publio evil. I cannot refrain from giving these
men full credit for exhibiting one of the best
qualities of American citizenship obedience
to the law under trying circumstances. Their
splendid forbearance has raised them several
degrees in my estimation."
People may be met almost any day on Fourth
avenue with pockets full ot money, looking for
"snaps" In real estate. They have no connec
tion with any of the syndicates that are gob
bling property right and left, but act upon'their
own hoot In the belief that lauds and houses
afford the best and safest investment for their
surplus cash. While this feeling prevails the
land trade of Pittsburg can never be lifeless.
Business just now is a little sluggish, by com
parison with the bnskttimes of the winter and
early spring, but there is considerable inquiry,
with a fair amount of sales. That the interest
will keep up all summer there is no doubt. The
demand for building loans continues un
checked. Money to be thus applied is sufficient
to meet the demand.
The Improvement of sub-division property is
going forward rapidly. This is especially notice
able in the East End, at Shadyside, Roup and
Dallas. It is now becoming necessary to have
Something more to show to intending pur
chasers than naked sod, and sub-dividers have
Decome, in a manner at least, improvers. Side
walks, grades, roads and numerous trees are
the common adjuncts to a properly handled bit
of outlying ground. This is a good way to at
tract customers and insure quick sales.
According to reports from New Zealand there
is a good opening there for several kinds of
Pittsburg machinery. Binders and corn drills
are in great demand, and have a large sale. A
large number of horse hayrakes are yearly sold.
The very superior cheapness and lightness of
the American nearly gives tkem a monopoly of
this instrument For the past three seasons a
number of cleaning machines have been on the
market, and their lowpricc makes them favored
by farmers. They are being sold at less tban
half the price ot the English machine. Disk
barrows and cheap hillside plows find ready
M0TEMLNTS IN STOCKS.
Philadelphia nnd Electric Sold Down The
Traction Strong nnd Wanted.
Weakness in Philadelphia Gas was the only
notable feature of the stock markeryesterday.
Instead of profiting by the vacation it suffered
to the extent of a full point, selling down to
K with liberal offerings. Wheeling Gas was
strong and wanted. Electric was another weak
brother, 100 shares selling in the afternoon at
57 The Tractions were strong and in good
demand. Switch and Signal was fractionally
weaker and neglected. LaNoria was a shade
firmer, bnt the expected boom was detained on
the way. The remainder of the list was quiet
and unchanged. The total sales were 1.090
shares, distributed as follows: 420 Philadelphia
Gas. 200 Wheeling Ga. 160 Pittsburg Traction,
115 Canual Traction, 125 Electric and 70 Pitts
burg and Western preferred. Bids, offers and
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
Keystone Bank or r'g .... 61
Third Hat. Bank 162
Cliartiers Val. lias Co. 63 54 .... 54
People's NO P Co 18
rhliadelphUCo 39 39 ffltf 39V
Wheeflnr Oss Co & 34 .... S3),
Central Traction 30 30X 23J( 30
CI tliens' Traction 76 .... 76
Pittsburg Iractlon.... 55 67 65 S5J4
Fltts. June K. K. Co.. U 25
Pitts. & Western K. K. 10J 11
P. W. B. K. prer.... KH .. 18 19J(
X.Y. & CGas Coal Co 37
LaNoria Mlnlcjr Co... IV 2 2
Westinrhouse Electric 67tf 68 Rii S3
U. Switch ASiltnsl Co. 25 Z5V 25 25X
U. S. &B1JT. Co. pid... 60
-Wcstlng'seAlrBVco.. IIS 13)
Sales at the first call were 220 shares of Phil
adelphia Gas at 40; 100 f. o. SO, at 39K; 200
V heeling at 3S 25 Electrio at S60 Pitts
burg and Western preferred at 19.
In the afternoon. 100 shares of Philadelphia
Gas sold at 89K: 160 Pittsburg Traction at 55: 10
Pittsburg and Western preferred at 18; 100
Electric at 67; 115 Central Traction at 30.
Henry M. Long Bold 250 shares of , Phlladel.
phia Gas at 40K; 25 Contral Traction at 30
and 10 Pittsburg and Western preferred at ID.
QUIET AND EASY.
Local Financial Matters Moving Along In
the Customary Channel.
Host of the banks reported a fair volume of
counter business yesterday, checking being the
feature, but the ainonnt of paper, offered for
discount was small Now that business is
fairly under way again this Important element
of prosperity Is expected to increase. There
was no change in rates, which were steady at
50per cent on call and time. The Clearing
House report was of pratifying proportions.
the exchanges beins 2.493,156 61 and the bal
ances $379,523 31. New York checks will pour
in to-day. after the long vacation, and will
probably cause Manager Chaplin to put forth
a statement without a parallel in his experi
ence as umpire of tbe associated banks.
Money on call at New York yesterday was
easy at 22)$ per cent, last loan 2 per cent,
closed offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile
paper, 35205 Sterling exchange strong and
active at i 67 for 60-day bills and 4 SSJi for de
mand. Government Bonds.
U.S. 454s. reg 106ai07K
ti s. jur- conns lOSWiaiiHaZ
U.8.4S, rcg. I23!iiaiv
U.S. 43, coups 129J128X
Currency, Spercent. 1895 ree 121
Currency, 6 per cent. 1896 rec. 124
Currency, epercent, 1897 ret; 1J7
Currency, epercent, iwsreg. rssjf
Currency, epercent, I89arc 132
The registered 4)4.3 are quoted ex June 1 and In
terest ot lii per cent.
NEW Tork Clearings to-day, $94,933,414;
BOSTON-Clearings, 116,766,013; balances, $2.
104.56L Money, 23 per cent.
BALTIMOBE-Clearlngs, S2,582,640; balances.
Philadelphia Clearings, 1S,840,231; bal
CHioAoo Money unchanged. Bank clear
St. Louis Clearings, J4,495,065; balances.
IiONDO!-The amount of bullion withdrawn
from tbe Bank ot England on balance to-day was
100,000. 7he bullion in the Bank of England
decreased 1.50.000 during the cast week. The
proportion of the Bank of England's reserve
to liability 4s now 3i per cent
Paeis Three per cent rentes, 67f 72c for
the account, Tbe weekly statement for the
Bank of Frwicd shows an Increase of 2,060,000
francs cold and 2,200,000 francs (liver.
New Yokx. May 2. Mining quotation
closed'. Amador, 100: Aspen. 105; Bodle, 166'
Cale4ofiia, & PL, 810; Consolidated California
. tn li- To. riAMiln....... m tArt. ,
bu YjrEiBtti, loiwiHuiiu, x., xw: jureKa I
(jofisolldated, 390; El Crista, 150; Gould A Curry, j
PITTSBURG- -DISKSTOB?r JKIDtjl MjlX -371389.
226; Halo A Nororots. 426; Eoraestake, 780
Horn Silver, 100: Mexican, 410; Mono, 180;
Ophlr, 485: Quicksilver. 650; Savage, 260; Bierra
Nevada. 340: Standard, 100; Small Hopes, 120;
Sullivan, 125; Union Copper, 100.
SCORED AX ADVANCE.
The Oil Market Opens Dp Strong nnd Actlvo
Scarcity of Certificates.
There was a good feeling among the oil
brokers when the market opened yesterday
after the three days' vacation, and they at
once went to work with a vim, both sides feel
injj confident that they were all right. The
initial quotation was 84c. From this point it
gradually sold up during the day, with a few
small breaks, until Just before the close it
reached BGc, the highest point touched. It
then broke to 85c, rallying a little in the last
few minutes, and closing at 86 a gain of lc
for the day.
The market was mainly sustained by fear of
a scarcity. Brokers in the forenoon paid from.
SI to So for oil with which to make clearances
although it seemed on Saturday that all had
been supplied at 2a cents premium. In tbe
afternoon there were no loans, so far as known,
under SL Trading was of fair proportions, but
tbe longs were not disposed to make extra
ordinary exertions to realize, with the market
in their favor.
The April report shows there'were completed
415 wells, with an aggregate production of
6,287 barrels which is a decrease of S79 barrels
from last month, while the number of wells
completed was 78 more than in March. There
were 81 dry holes, which is 19 more than in
March. There were 600 wells drilling, an in
crease of 42, and 283 rigs up and building, a de
crease of 36. The average of February pro
ducing wells was 10V barrels, for March 19.7
barrels, and for April 15 1-6 barrels. Drilling
was more active, but new production fell off.
Tbe Legionville well was reported doing 135
barrels a day. McKeown No. 8 and Aiken No.
8 was due. Tbe McKeown-Jones well at
Turkeyfoot were reported dry. Two wells at
Murdocksville are due to-day.
FEATURES Or THE 1IAEKET.
Opened 84Lowest ,MH
Highest. 86)4 Closed S3
Clearances , 1,102,000
Keflned. New York, 6.85.
Keflned. London. S&
Keflned, Antwerp. ia)i.
New York closed 85.
Oil City closed 86.
Bradford closed 85.
A. B. McGrew fc Co. quote puts 84; calls,
Other Oil Karkets.
On, Cmr. May 2. National transit cer
tificates opened at S4Kc; highest, 8tc; low
est. 84Jic; closed. 85Kc
Bradford. May 2. National transit cer
tificates opened at S4c; highest, S6c; lowest.
84c; closed at 86c
TmjBYrLLE. May 2. National transit cer
tificates opened at Silic; highest, S6c; low
est, 84Xc: closed, 85c
New Yorur, May 2. Petroleum opened
steady at 8 and after a slight decline in tbe
early trading strengthened on covering by
Western shorts and moved up to SBJ& closing
strong at 86. Total sales,'.899.000 barrels.
NEITHER DEAD N0E SLEEPING.
Heal Estate Keeping to tbe Front as a Idve,
Samuel W. Black t Co.. 99 Fourth avenue.
sold a block of five houses on Stanton avenue,
Allegheny, to a prominent Fourth avenue bus
iness man, for an investment, for 512,250.
C. Behringer & Son. 103 Fourth avenue, sold
for Paul Hammell et al to William and A.
HUler, a farm of 104 acres in Westmoreland
county, near Derry, for 52,100 cash; also a lot at
Qlenfield for Miss Ella Beurmann to A.B.
Dnnlap, for $160.
Black & Baird, No. 95 Fourth avenue, sold for
Dr. John Logan ' to Mrs. Sarah A. Morgan a
new two-story brick residence of 8 rooms,
with all modern conveniences, on Fifth ave
nne, near Halket street, Oakland, with lot 25x
127 feet io a 20-foot alley, for S8.100.
Alles A Bailey, 161 Fourth avenue, sold for
luaujm t a.uuu, jiKoauexrs piau ot lots, lie
serve township, adjoining city line, 12 lots, 22x
100 each, at urices ranging from S200 to $275.
L. O. Frazler, corner Forty-fifth and Butler
streets, sold for the Gross estate two lots, each
20x100 feet to an alley, situate on the east side
of Edmnnd street, near Penn avenue, Twenti
eth ward, to the Pittsburg Homestead, Loan
and Trnst Company for $1,000.
I. M. Pennock & Son sold and settled a mort
gage on suburban property for 122,500, five
years at 6 3-10 per cent; no tax. Also sold lots
Nos. 34 and 85 la Byrne's plan. Eighteenth
ward, each 25 feet font, on Fifty-seventh
street, and 333 feet deep to. Wm. M. McMillan
The total salesof stocks at New York yester
dav were 245,002 shares, including: Atchison,
22,980; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western,
16,700; Louisville and Nashville, 13.320; Missouri
Pacific 6.195; Northwestern. 20.950; Norfolk
and Western, 8.255; Oregon Transcontinental,
9.700; Reading, 15,907; Richmond and West
Point, 3,210; Union Pacific, 16,300; Western
The Iron City-National Bank has declared a
semi-annual dividend of 4 per cent:
TnE main for the Wilkinsburg water works
crossed the Pennsylvania Railroad yesterday.' '
Tbe Diamond National Bank yesterday de
clared a semi-annual dividend of 4 per cent,
payable on demand.
The Fidelity Title and Trust Company has
assumed sole charge of making transfers of
The Beal Estate Savings Bank yesterday de
clared its usual dividend, and Increased its sur
plus from $33,000 to $15,000. It is in a flourishing
Bitegess HcCltjee, of McKeesport, has re
fused to sign any more ordinances for improv
ing streets, unless tbe damage claims are settled
before the work commences.
The Board of Directors of the Monongahela
National Bank yesterday decided not to declare
a dividend, bnt placed $10,000 in the surplus
f nnd, leaving $6,728 65 of undivided profits.
This is satisfactory to the stockholders.
Oliver Bbos. & Co. and the Republic Iron
Works yesterday closed the purchase of a large
block of torritoryin theBelleyernon natural gas
field, including a well flowing at heavv pressure,
and will immediately proceed with the con
struction of a pipe line to connect their works
ACTIVE AM STBOM.
Stock on the Jump With tbe Grander in
the Lead Tbe Bcnrs Knocked
Out-Advances nil Along
New York, May 2. The stock market to
day was again moderately active and showed a
strong front almost throughout, and material
advances were made over the list with the
Grangers in the lead. There was good buying
for both tbe foreign and domestic account, and
the Boston stocks especially wero very promi
nent in the upward movement, and although
the bears made a powerful demonstration
against the list in the forenoon, the impression
made upon values was only fractional. The
opening was strong after tho three days' holi
day, and most stocks showed advances over
last Saturday's close of from ttoner cent.
while Atchison responded to the rise in Boston
of tbe past two days with a gain of c
The interest in tho speculation was centered
in the Western stocks and Atchisou, North
western, Burlington and Rock Island took the
lead. The early demand stimulated the list
and the opening gains were supplemented by
further advance all over the list, and Pullman,
which was selling ex-dividend, almost recov
ered the dividend in tho first hour. The bears,
however, resisted the advance with vigor, and
making their attack more especially upon
Union Pacific and Reading, brought the list
down fractionally from the best figures.
The Statement Of tbe Bnrlinitnn nnH Onlni9
lor March showing a gain of nearly KioaOOO.
again stimulated the bujing, and under the
lead of Burlington and other Western shares,
material gains were made before noon. Even
weak spots like Union Pacific and Chicago Gas
recovered tbe losses of tbe first hour.
In the .afternoon the market became less
active, bat tbe upward movement met with no
set back though, except in the coal stocks,
which became the favorites, and especially
Lackawanna, the gains were for small fractions
only. Burlington, Louisville and Nashville
and Missouri Pacific, however, were still very
Froniinent. Western Union also came to tbe
ront on a rumor that a syndicate had offered
to buy Mr. Gould's holdings, and Manhattan,
Texas Pacific and the Wabashes were higher In
sympathy. The rise culminated toward 2
f'TVhsn bahy was sick, wd gave her Castoria,
non sue was a voiia, sseorieaioruasoria.
When she became Miss, sbe'dung to Castoria,
When she had Children,sbe gave them Castoria
o'clock when some realizing caused a reaction
of slight fractions from the highest figures.
Beyond the activity In Burlington there was no
feature of interest in the final dealings. The
close, however, was firm to strong, though
quiet at about tbe best prices of tbe day.
The unlisted department was very quiet, and
Brunswick is a shade lower at 20. The great
majority of the active shares are materially
higher to-night. Burlington rose 2 Manitoba
ljfi. Canada Paclfio 114. Hock Island IK.. Mis
souri Pacific lVf, Oregon Transcontinental 1,
-rLackawanna I and others fractional amounts.
itailroad bonds were also more active ana de
cidedly stronger, tire salesof all Issues aggre
gating $2,471,000, of which the Texas Paclflo
second Incomes furnished $221,000. Ft. Worth
and Denver firsts $106,000 and ihaDuluth, South
Shore and Atlantic firsts, 8100.UOU, There was
no change in the temper of Ihe dealings
throughout the day. ,
The following table snows the prices of active
stocks on the New York Stock. Exchange.
Corrected dailj for Thi Dispatch by Whit
ney & Stephenson, members of New York
Stock Exchange, 67 Fourth avenue: .
High- liow- Inr
Ins. esu est. Bids.
Am. Cotton Oil S3& .-. ... UK
Atch.. Top. S. 0. ',... 43 42X 43
Canadian Paciflc UK 94 UH Sin
Cand Southern. 52 S3 C2K i"H
Central or. New Jersey. MH 80 KH 96)4
Chesapeake & Ohio ... KH
C, liur.l Qulncr..... 85
p.. Mil. St. Paul.... !)
v., wu.iLih f p... ..AIM?
y., itocsi. trnil
C., St. U & Pitts..
U, St. I.. &P1U8. pt. 37 ZJK BK
y.. St. P.. .11. & 0 33H 333f 5J
C., bt. PM. & O.. pf. 93 94! 83
CJt Northwestern.. ..I3( 107H NMf
C.& .Northwestern, pf.139 139 139
C.CC.41 68 MX M
Col. Coal A Iron
Col. Hocking Val .. 18)4 19K 19)f
Bel.. L. AW... I3"3 13SK 137
Bel. & Hudson U8H 137)2 133
DenverAKloU 17M KH "K
UenverAKloU., pr... 48 43 48
E.T., V,4Ga 8)4" 'A 'A
E.T.,Va.&Oa.. lstpr .... '
E. T.. Va. 4 Ga. 2d pr.
Illinois Cenvral 114 114 114
Kke Krle Western.. I8VC 18M 18
Xke Erie ir West. pr 58iJ 89)4 63K
J.akeShore AM. S 103 103)2 103
Louisville NashvUle. 68 69)3 68K
.Mo.. K.. ATexas... KK 1S K
Missouri Paclflo. Jl K 71
-New York Central 107H 107H 107
. Y.. L. E. & V ti i3 28
w. Y.. l. z. & W.nref 71 7W vuj
?. Y., C &St.L
. Y., U&St. L. pf.
Jj.Y.. C. ASt.B.2dpf
'. y..o.& w"...:::::: n -a n
inorrolk & Western
IJorfolkJfc Western. nf. S3H 833$ K
Northern Paclflo...... S5J 25H 2W
Nortnern Paclflo prer. 60 61)4 60'
Ohio Mississippi... . S3 23)3 22
Oregon Improvement. 49V 60 X
Oregon Transcon 32J S3H S2H
PaciflcMall 37 37 38)4
Peo. Bee Evans
Phlladel. A Keadlnir.. 45 44K
Pullman Palace Car"..lJ)$ Wit 1S3
Richmond & W. P. T.. 2SH 27 mi
Richmond & W.P.T.pf 79 S0H 79Ji
St. Paul A JJnlnth
St. Paul A Uuluth pf.
St. p., Mmn. A Man.. .101 1023s 101
St. L. & San Fran..
St. L. A San Fran pf.. GOV M-V 60
St. L. A San P.lst OT.
Texas Pacific 21 2I 2IM
UnlonPaclflc 63 CO S9K
Wabash 14X 15 14)4
Wheeling-A L. E ,
National Lead Trust..
Closing qnotations of Philadelphia stocks, fur
nished by Whitney AStcphenson, brokers, No. 57
'Fourth avenue. Members New York Stock Ex
change. Bid. Asked.
Pennsylvania Itailroad 534 53V
Keadlns Kallroad 2!H 23 11-18
Bnflalo, Pittsburg and Western 11)4 12
Lehigh Valley 53X 54
Lehigh Navigation 63 o2)i
Philadelphia and Erlo 29
Northern Pacific 25K 28
Northern Paclflo preferred 61)4 61
Atch. A Tod.. 1st 7s. MS
Boston A Albany.. .216
Boston A Maine.. ...181
C B. AU 97
Clun. San. A Clerc. 24
Eastern R. It 81
Eastern K. 1C Bs 125
Flint A PereM 28
Mexican Cen. com.. 13
N. y. ANewEng... 43S
N. Y.ANewEng 78.12054
Old Colony. mn
Kntland nreferred.. 37
Wis. Central pC... 40
Calumet A Hecla....207X
Osceola , 9H
rewablc (new) 2'4
Rapid Drcreaso In Stock of Wheat.
New YOEK,May 2. Special reports to Brad
streeVx show that stocks of wheat at Minneap
olis, St, Paul, Dulutb, at Minnesota, and Da
kota interior railway elevators and at railway
.elevators in Northern Iowa and Western Wis
consin, aggregated 12.477,000 bushels last Satur
day, against 13,992,772 bushels one month pre
viously, a decrease of 1.515,000 bushels during
April. On May 1, 1888, like stocks amounted to
25,785,000 bushels, or 18,808,000 bushels more
than this year.
LATE NEWS IN BEIEP.
At a meeting of tbe newly elected directors
of the Mexican Central Railroad yesterday
the old officers were re-elected for the ensuing
Abner Mellen. mannfacturer of bedding
supplies at 142 and 144 Worth street. New
York, bas assigned to Gordon McKay, without
At Albany, N. Y vestei day John Collins,
an engineer, shot bis sweetheart, Sarah Gard
ner, and then shot himself. He is dead, and
the woman will also die.
The Democrats ot the Nineteenth Congres
sional district of Illinois have nominated Judge
J. B. Williams, ot White county, to succeed K.
W. TownsbendV lately deceased.
The President has granted a respite until
May 17 in the case of Nelson Colbert, who was
to be hanged in Washington to-day for the
murder of Philip Wentzell, in October last.
The steamer Weser is reported as being
passed at Dover yesterday morning with all
aboard well. The reported yellow fever aboard
is denied by the North German Lloyd Steam
The firm of W. & H. Erdtmann, Importers
and manufacturers ot colors, lithographing
and printing inks at 252 and 254 Pearl street.
New York City, have made a general assignment-
to Clemens J. Kracbt, with $952 prefer
ences. Tho English Tories qnote as a proof that
the Irish are not so destitute as reputed, tbe
fact that out of the 35,000 subscribed for the
Parnell defense fund, some 27,000 were raised
in Ireland, thus making their liberality a point
The steamship Vlendam, which amved at
New York yesterday from Rotterdam, reports
that on April 23 she passed jl raft made of
planks and spars nailed together. There was
no one on the raft, and no clew to its identity
could be ascertained.
-A dispatch from Melbourne, Australia, says
that a monster meeting of Irish sympathizers
was held in tbat city on Tuesday. Mr. John
Dillon made, an address which created great
enthusiasm among his listeners. One thousand
'pounds was subscribed to aid the Irish cause.
-The Sixth and Seventeenth Regiments of
Ohio Infantry reached Washington yesterday
morning, and spent the day in Tislting tbe
variom places of interest in the city. Many
other members called at the White House, and
the War Department was a source or great in
terest. The regiments are homeward bound
from New York, and left Washington for Ohio
-The first of the long-time weather predic
tions issued by the Signal Office appeared yes
terday, as fallows: The general weather pre
diction indicates thatfair weather will continue
in the Gnlf States during Friday and Saturday,
with a slight rise in temperature. Fair weather
is also indicated in the central valleys. New
York and .New England States, during Thurs
day and Friday, with no marked changes in
Almost a panic was caused during the
burning of an extension of tho Catholic Col
lege in Germantown, Philadelphia, yesterday,
when It became known that two brothers, Ig
natius and Michael Kemmerle, aged 85 and 70
years respectively, were in a part of tho balld-
ing. Presently the two men appeared at a
window and Michael jumped to the ground.
His brother was about to follow him. when the
flooring gave way under him, and he sank into
the burning mass of debris. Michael was, badly
injured by his jump.
A Shave for 1-15 of n Cent.
Colgate fcCo.,'N.Y.. will mall you a sample
of Demulcent Shaving Soap sufficient for a
month for 2 cents.
3?OE boys' waists, shirting, etc., double
fold fine American cheviots, choice pat
terns, last colors, three grades, 12c, 15c
and 20c a yard. Hraus & Hacke.
You will find al G. "W. Schmidt's the
oldest and thefinest Pennsylvania Pure Bye
Whiskies and Kentucky Sour and Sweet
Mash Whiskies. 95 and 97, Tilth Ave,
100 pieces new and elegant fine Imported
wide Seotch zephyrs at 15 cenW, to-day
quarter dollar goods at IS and choice.
Booas & Btjhx.
Strawberries in Supply Abore De
mand New Cheese Firm.
POTATOES AND APPLES IN DEMAND.
Corn FirmOats Steady Wheat and Flour
Quiet Hay Weaker.
GBAIff EXCHANGE 0JT MONOPOLIES
OFFICE 0 PTTTSBUEO DISPATCH, I
THURSDAY, May 2, 1888. (
Country Produce Jobbing Prices.
Apples are moving out more freely, but sup
plies are coming in large enough to keep prices
down. There is a better demand for potatoes
tban for soma time pasvbut -prices fall to turn
upward. Eggs are at 4 standstill bnt firm.
Strawberries come in too freely for demands of
trade, and prices are drif tmg toward the aver
ago citizen's poclcelbook. Florida string beans
and marrowfat peas are in good supply and de
mand. New cabbage Is plenty and slow. Tropi
cal fruits are in good demand and show an up
ward drift. Creamery butter holds up un
usually well for the time of the year. Sealers
have been carrying light stocks for a week or
two, fearing a break in markets. 8tocks are
so bare tbat there is a difficulty meeting, de
mands. Choice grades of new cheese are not
in supply up to demand, but it will notbe long
until the difficulty will correct Itself, as quality
is steadily improving.
BnrrEB Creamery, Elgin, 28Z7c; Ohio do,
2i&25e; fresh dairy packed, l20c; country
rolls. 1821c; Chartiers Creamery Co. butter,
Beans Si 7&31 SO.
Beeswax 2830c fl & for choice; low grade.
Cider Sand refined, J6 607 E0; common,
S3 604 CO; crab cider, $8 008 50 $ barrel;
cider vinegar. 1012c fl gallon. x
Cheese New Ohio cneese, 910c: Ohio
cheese, fall make, 1212c; New York, fall
make, 1212c; Llmuurger, 810c; domestic
Sweltzer cheese, ll12ic
Dried Peas SI 2ol 35 f) bushel; split do,
2?3c 13 -
Eqgs llH12c dozen for strictly fresh:
goose eggs, 30c 1 dozen: duck eggs, 15c $
FBtrrrs Apples, 82 002'75 ft barrel; evap
orated raspberries, 25c fl ft; cranberries. $i5
fl barrel, S0c$l 00 per bushel; strawberries,
1525a a quart.
Feathebs Extra live geese. 60Q60c; No.l
do., 4045c; mixed lots, S035c f) ft.
Honey New crop. 1617c; buckwheat, 13
Hominy S2 652 75 $1 barrel.
Potatoes Potatoes. S035c $ bushel; 53 75
4 00 for Jersey sweets; seed sweets, $2 60
Potjitby Live chickens, 7SQ80c ?! pair;
undrawn chickens, 10012c fl ft; drawn. 14
15c fl ft; turkeys, ISfiKOc dressed, fl ft; ducks,
live, 6070c 9 pair; dressed, 1314c fl ft; geese,
live, SI 001 2o f) pair.
Seeds Clover.choice, 2 fts to bushel, $5 CO fl
bushel; clover.large English, 62 fts.fS 00: clover,
Alsike, $3 50; clover, white, $9 00: timothy,
choice. 45 fts, 81 65; blue grass, extra clean, 14
fts, 90c: blue grass, -fancy. 14 fts, f 1 00: orchard
grass, 14 fts, SI 65; red top, 14 fts, SI 25; millet,
50 fts, SI 00; German millet, 50 fts, SI 50; Hun
garian grass, GO fts. SI 00; lawn grass, mixture
of fine grasses, 12 60 f) bushel of 14 fts.
Tallow Country, 45c; city rendered.
TropicaIi Fruits Lemons, fancy, S3 50
5 50 fl box; Messina oranges, S3 604 00
ft box: Valencia oranges, fancy. 6 50
3 50 f) case: bananas, S2 60, firsts; SI 60, good
seconds, fl bunch; cocoanuts, S4 0O4 GO ft
hundred; new figs, 810c fl pound: dates, 6
6c fl pound.
Vegetables Radishes. 30c V dozen; mar
rowfat peas, S3 00 ft crate; new cabbage, S2 25
2 60 f) crate; onions, SI O0l 25 fl barrel;
onion sets, fancy Eries. 12 G03 00; Jerseys,
S3 002 GO; turnips, 4060c fl barrel.
G been Coffee Fancy Bio, 2223c; choice
Rio, 2021c; prime Rio, 20c; fair Rio, 1834019c;
old Government Java, 27c, Maracaibo. 2223c;
Mocha, a31c; Santos, 1922; Caracas
coffee, 20K22c; peaberry, Rio, 2123c; La
Roasted (in papers) Standard brands. 21c;
high grades, 2628c; old. Government Java,
bulk, 32$33Jc;MaracaIbo,27K28Kc, Santos,
2224:; peaberry, 27c; peaberry Santos, 2224c;
choice Rio, 25Kr; prime Rio, 23c; good Rio,
iu$c; ordinary, afic
Ohio. 120. 8Kc: headlight. 150. 8Kci
white, 10c; globe, 12c; elaine, 15c; carnadine,
HKc; royallne, .14c.
Corn syrubs. 26i?29c: choice sugar
ly prime, 3335c: new maple syrup, 90c.
N. O. MOLASSES Fancy, 48c; choice, 46c; me
dium, 43c; mixed, 4012c
Soda Bi-carb in kegs, 34c; bi-carb in s,
5c; bi-carb, .assortea packages. 56c; sal
soda in kegs, ljc: do granulated, 2c.
Candles Star, full weight, 9c; stearine,per
set, 8Kc: parafflne, ll12c.
Rice Head, Carolina, 77c; choice, 6
7c; prime, 6Ji6Jc: Louisiana, &26c
Htabch Pearl, 3c; cornstarch, &7c; gloss
Foreign Fruits Layer raisins, S2 65; Lon
don layers, S3 10; California London layers,
S2 50; Muscatels, S2 25: Calfornia Muscatels,
SI 85; Valencia, new, 67c: Ondara Valencia,
JK8c; sultana, Sc; currants, new, 4&c
Turkey prunes, new, 4oc: French prunes,
813c: Balonlca prunes, in 2-ft packages, 8c;
cocoanuts, per 100, 56 00; almonds. Lan., per ft,
20c do Ivica, 19c; do shelled, 40c; walnuts, nap.,
1215c; Sicily filberts. 12c; Smyrna figs, 12
1hc: new dates, 6X6c; Brazil nuts, 10c;
pecans, ll15c; citron, per ft. 2122c; lemon
peel, per ft. 13314c; orange peel, 12c.
Dried Fruits Apples, sliced, per ft, 6c;
apples, evaporated, 646c; apricots, Callfor
nea, evaporated, ls18c; peaches; evaporated,
pared, 2223c: peaches, California, evaporated,
unpared, 1012c cherries, pitted, 2122c;
cherries, unpitted, 56c; raspberries, evapor
ated. 2424kc; blackberries, 7K8c; huckle
Sugars Cubes, 99c; powdered, 9
9c; granulated, 9c; confectioners' A. 8bc;
standard A, 6c: 10ft whites. &Sc: yellow,
choice. 7KSc; yellow, good. 7j7c; yel
low, fair. "Hex yellow, dark, 7ic
Pickles Medium, bbls. (1,200), Si 60; me
diums, lyilf bbls. (600). S2 75.
oaxiT no. 1 fi uui, owjiiu. 1 ex, m uui, i uo.
Canned Goods Standard neaches. SI
1 90; 2ds, SI 301 85; extra peaches, SI 5D1 90;
pie peaches, 90c; finest corn, SI 001 60; HftL
Co. corn, 7090c; red cherries, 90c31 00; limi
beans, fl 10; soaked do, 85c; string do do, 7&Q
85c; marrowfat peas, SI 10gl 15; soaked peas,
7075c; pineapples, SI 401 60; Bahama do.
S2 75; damson plums, 95c; greengages, SI 25;
egg plums, 2 00; California pears, S2 -50; do
greengages, u w; uo egg pinms, 14 w; extra
white cherries. $290; red cherries, 2 fts, 90c;
raspberries, $1 401 SO; strawberries. Si 10:
gooseberries, SI 201 30; tomatoes, 8292c;
salmon, 1-&, SI 752-10; blackberries, 80c; suc
cotash, 2-ft cans, toaked, 99c; do green, 2fts,
SI 2ol 50; corn beef, 2-fi cans, SI 75; 14-B cans,
J13 50; baked beans, $1 40Q1 to; lobster, 1 ft,
SI 751 80; mackerel 1-ft cans, broiled, $1 GO:
sardines, domestic. K3. W 154 50; sardines,
domestic, K'. t8 258 GO: sardines, imported,
3,Ul 5012 GO; sardines, imported, ks.S18 00;
sardines, mustard, $i 00. sardines, spiced, U 25.
FMH-xtraNo. 1 bloater mackerel, J38 p
bbl.t extra No.ldo, mess. $40; "extra No. 1
niackerel.shore, $cc; extra No. 1 do. messed. S36;
Ko. 2 shore mackerel, S24, Codfish Whole
pollock. 4Kc fl ft.; do medium, George's cod.
Be; do large, 7c; boneless hake, in strips. 6c; do
George's cod in blocks, 67Ke. Herring
Ronnd shore,-S5 00 f bbl.; split, (700; lake, J2 GO
ft 100-ft. half bbL White fish. $7 9 100-ft. half
bbl. Lake trout, S5 60 f) half bbL Finnan
haddock, 10c fl ft. Ireland halibut, 13c fl ft.
Pickerel. j barrel, 12 00; barrel. Jl 10.
Buckwheat Flot;r-22c f ft.
Oatmeal S6 30i 60 1? bbl.
Miners' Oil No. 1 winter strained, SS60c
fl gallon. Lard oil, 75c.
Grain. Flour and Feed.
Beceipts as bulletined at tbe Grain Ex
change. 23 sirs, principally hay. By Pittsburg,
Cincinnati and St. Louis, 11 cars of hay, 3 of
bran, 1 of straw, 2 of oats. By Pittsburg, Ft.
Wayne and Chicago, 6 cars ot hay Sales on
call: Ope car Ko. 1 timothy hay, 813, 5 days, B.
4 0.; 1 car No. 2 y. e. com, 42i 10 days, ?K&
L.E.; 2 cars packing bay, S3 GO, spot, P. AL.
E. Corn is the firm factor of cereal markets.
Oats are steady. Hay is weak. Wheat and
flour are quiet. The following was presented
by E McCracken and unanimous) adopted by
the Exchange: Resolved, That the thanks of
the Grain Exchange and Flour Exchange of
Pittsburg are due to- the Hons. John C. New
myer, John TJpperman, Samuel Steele and
other members of tbe Senate who opposed and
TOted against tbe passage oT Bill No. 62, gen
erally known as the grade crossing bill. And
further. Resolved. That-we as a body, respect
fully ask these honorable members to use their,
influence" and votes to defeat any specious
amendments or reconsideration pf this nefan
ous bill, tbe passage of .which would Interdict
the entrance of any new railroads into our city,
and hence provo materially detrimental to Its
progress. , '
Whisat Jobbineprices No.3 red, 988Wc;
Corn - No. i2 yellow ear. 4142c; hteh
mixed e&r,4Qf41ci Noil yellow,1 shelled, tft
4So:Ko.'2 yellow. sbclledV 4e41:-high mixeC
Shelled, 46c; mixed, shelled, 389890,
4e; extra. No. 3.
lie; Ufa. 2 mixed.
lie; Ho. 3 white, :
ni-Vn i wam. neis No. 2. 5fiSSC
Baslet Ko. 1 Canada. 95068c: No. 3 Canv
da. 850680; No. 8 Canada, 79872c; Lake Shore,
PLOUR-Jobbing prices, winter patents'
Jo 758 CO: spring patents, 16 006 26; winter
straiRht, $5 OOffif 26; clear winter, 54 7585 00:
straight XXXX bakers', U 2504 60. Bye flour.
88 5003 75. .,,
MrxwEED-Mlddllngs, fins white. $15 00
16 00 ft ton: brown middlings, Jll&OgBSO;
winter wheat bran, S13 09313 50; chop feed,
S15 00lff00. . ,--.
HAT Baled timothy, choice, S14 60ai4 75;
Ko.ldo,S13SO14 00; No. 2 do, SU 00012 60;
loose from wagon, $18 66020 00: No. 1 npland
prairie. S10 56011 00; No. 2. JO 50010 00; packing
do. 85 600660.
Stbaw Oats. $8 000625; wheat and rye
straw, $7 0007 5008 00.
Sugar-cured hams, large, 10Kc; sugar-cured
hams, medium, lie; sugar-cured hams, small,
HJic; sugar-cured breakfast bacon, lOJf c: sugar
cured shoulders, 8c; s near-cured boneless
sBoulders, 9Mc; sugar-cured California bams,
8Mc; sugar-cured dried beef flats, 8Kc; sugar
cured dried beef sets, 9e: sugar-cured dried
beef rounds, HKc; bacon shoulders, 7J: bacon
clear sides, 8e: bacon clear bellies, 8K dry
salt shoulders, 6Kc: dry salt clear sides, 7?c
Mess pork, heavy, $14 00: mess porK; familv.
S14 60. Lard Refined in tierces, 7c; half
barrels, 7c: 60-ft tubs, 7Kc:30-ft pails. 7c; 60
ft tin cans, 7Kc: 3-ft tin palls, 8c; 5-ft tin pails,
TKcflO-ft tin palls, 7Kc Smoted sausage, long.
5c; large, 5c. Fresh pork links. 9c Pigs feet,
half barrel, $4 00; quarter barrel. $1 90.
Armour A Co. furnish the following prices
on dressed meats: Beef carcasses. 450 to 550 fts,
5K: 660 to 650 fts, 6Ve; 650 to 750 fts, 6Kc Sheep,
Sc ft ft. Lambs, 9c fl ft. Hogs, e&c. Fresh
pork loins, 9c
St. Louis Wool Receipts, 60,382 pounds;
offerings larger, demand good and market firm.
There is a good demand for finished goods at
"For nearly a
month. I was not
able to sleep, but
after using FAax'a
for two days, in
somnia fled and
ed." E. G. Smith,
'I have taken
only a part of a bottle of Palne's Celery coiri-
pound, and It has entirely relieved me of
" sleeplessness, from which I hare, suffered"
greatly." Mes. E. AUTCtrrT, Peoria, HL
"For a longtime I was m nervous and worn
out that I could not work. I tried many medi
cines, out none gave me relief until I used
Palne's Celery Compound, which at onco
strengthened and invigorated my nerves."
Haslet Sherman, Burlington, vt.
quickly quiets and strengthens the nerves, when
irritated or weakened by overwork, excesses,
disease, or shock. It cures nervousness, head
ache, dyspepsia, sleeplessness, melancholia, and
other disorders of the nervous system.
Tones up the
" For two years I was a sufferer from nervous
debility, and I thank God and the discoverer ot
the valuable remedy, that Palne's Celery Com
pound cured me. Let any one write to me
Gkoesb W. Bouton, Stamford, Conn.
Palne's Celery Compound produces sound and
refreshing sleep. A physician's prescription, it
does not contain one harmful drug. Like noth
ing else, it is a guaranteed cure for sleepless
ness, U directions are falrhmily followed. .
$1.00. sir for $5.00. Druggists.
Wells, Eichardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
DIAMOND DYES gdJE:
LACTATED FOOD IS? & jFZ&S.
EVERY POUND WARRANTED PTJRS
Chartiers Creamery Co.
Warehouse and General Offices,
616 LIBERTY STREET,
Factories throughout Western
For prices see market quotations.
512 AND 514 SMITHFIELD STREET,
Transact a. General BanMiig Business.
Accounts solicited. Issue Circular Letters
of Credit, for use of travelers, and Commer
Available la all puts of the world. Also Issue
For use in this country, Canada, Mexico, "West
Indies, South and Central America.
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
ARMOUR & CO,, CHICAGO,
This is now conceded to bs the best in the
market, as witnessed bvtbe fact tbat we have
lust secured tbe DIPLOMA FOR EXCEL
LENCE at the Pure Food Exposition, now be
ing held in Philadelphia,
CLEANLY IN MANUFACTURE,
SUPERIOR IN QUAXTTT,,
And with the bright appetizing flavor of fresh
ly routed beefV
Tlyl ONEY TO LOAF -
On mortgages on improved rel estate iaiaa
.ab4-34-D " No. 134 Fourth avem.
Oats No; 2 white, a
T "i .,
WHOLESALE HOUSL -&
inccDu unRMC i rn
WUUL.I II HUllnl. mrmimm.
Cor. Wood and Liberty St, ?A
Special offerings tiifaweekia '$3
crr.vra vt.tthmw . q
SEEBSTJOKBB, - . "
GINGHAMS, PRINTS, '
Tat larzestaaeorit and lowest prieea oaJI'J
sad see na,
H1TNEY t 8TEPHENB0N,
CT FOURTH AVENUE.
Issue travelers' credits through Messrs. Brezsi,
Morgan & Co., New York. Passports procured
MMSYLVAMIJL KAILKOAO UX aSTS
alter November 28. 1883. trains leave1 Unloa
BUtlon, PltUbnrji as lollcnrs, atern Btandsrd
MAIN LINE EASTWARU.
New Tork and Chicago Umlfed oUfuUraaaYe
tllrale dallv at 7:14 a. jn.
Atlantic Express dallr for the aat, J:00.m.
Man train, dallr.except!iandar Sa.m. Sa
dav. mall, :. m.
Car express dallr at SX) a. m.
Mll express dIly at 1 10 p. m.
Philadelphia express dally at4:30 p. m.
Eastern exDress dsllv at 7:15 p. m.
Fast Line dally t 9:00 p. m.
Greensboro express 5:10 p. m. week dsyi. j j
Uerrv exnress 11:09 a. m. week days. T 0
Allthronch trains connect at Jersey dtywUsC
Doaisoi --isrooEiyn Annex" lor crooKiyn. jf;2t
avoiding double ferriage and journey thronjcfi Nil
Y.Clty. r Z
Trains arrive at Union Station as follows:
Mall Train, dally. 8:20;
Western Express, dally 7:43 a.
I'icWc Express, dally U:4Sp.
Chlcaro Limited Express, dally 8:30 p.
fast Line, dally 11:56 p. in.
SOUTMWESr fENN KAILWAX. .v'
For Unloatown, o:ti and oaSa. mnd 4t2SpZ
m.. without change or ears: 1.09 p.m.. connect,
lag at Oreensburjr. Trains arrive from Union"
town st 9:45 a. m.. 12:20. 8:13 and 8:3) p. m.
WEST PEN NSTLVANIA UlVlSlOa.
From FEUEBAL ST. STAT1UN. Allegheny CltT.
Hall train, connecting for Blalrsvllle... S:4S r. m.
Exoreu, for Blalrsvule, connecting for
Butler .............. S5p. m
JSutler Accom 8:3) a. m., 25 and 5:p. m.
liprlngdale Accom..... ' ::)a. m. and 6:20 p. m.
Freeport Accom ...4:00. 8:l5aad0JOp. m.
OnSnnday .. 12:50 and 9:20 p.m.
North Apollo Accom..... 10:50a.m. and t.-OOp. m.
Allegheny Junction Accommodation
connecting for Butler Si20a.m.
Blalrsvllle Accommodation 11:30 p.m.
Trains srrlve at FEU ERA L STREET STATION I
Express, connecting from Butler WJJa.m.
iaii xrain. ....2:4 p. m.
Butler Accom I3i m., 4:40and72Sp. m.
Illalrsvllle Accommodation 9ul2p. m.
Freenort Aeeom.7:40 a. m.. 1SB. 7d0 and 11 M0 p. m.
On Sunday 10:10 a. m- and 70 p. m,
Sprtngdale Accom 6.37a. m., andS.-03p. m.
North Apollo Accom 8:ia. m. andS:40p. nu
Trains leave Union station. I'ltunnrg. as rollows: .
For Monongahela City. West Brownsville and
Unlontown. lis. m. For Monongahela City and
West Brownsville, 7:05 and Us. m. and 4:40p.m.
On Sunday, IMp. m. For Monongahela City, 5:a
p. m.. week davs.
Ilravosburg Ac. week days. 3:20 p. m.
West Elizabeth Accommodation, SOa. m 230,.
SIiand ll:35p. m. Sunday. 9:40 prm.
Ticket offices Corner Fonrth arenas and Try
street and Union station.
CHAS. E. PUUH, J. B. WOOD;
General Manaarer. Gen'IFass'rAcent.
PrrrsBUKG and lake eijie kailkoai
COMPANY Schedule in effect February 24.
1H83, Central time:
P. & L. E. K. K. UxrART For aeveland. 335,
7:40a. X.. lao, 4:15. S-.aip. M. For Cincinnati.
Chicago and St. Louis. 5:25 a. M.r 10, -90 P.M.
ForBatfalo. 10B A. M.. 4:159a0r.M. For Sala
manca, "7:40 A. K.. '1:S "9:30 r. M. For Beaver.
Falls, 8:25, -7:40. 10:20 a. m.. 10. 3:30, 4US. 5:20.
8:30 T. M. For Chartiers. 5:25, "5 JS. 60, T7SJO,
7:15, 8:40, 9, 925, 10-J3) JL. H.. 125, 12:48. 115,
1:45, 3:3a 4:45, "5:10. 3:31, "8:2a. 10OOT. H.
Abbivx From Cleveland, 5S A. 3t. 1M...
8:40. "Siao P. Jf. From Cincinnati, Chicago and.
Bu Lonls, l.-O0,.-8:O0P. M. From Buffalo. 5:30 A.
v., la)O,5:40r. u. From Salamanca, '1:00, "8:09
P. M. From Yonngstown. 5:30. 80, 9:20 a. m.,
1:00. 5:40. s:0O p. Jt. From Beaver Falls, 530,
8:50. 7:20, t0 X. M.. 'IiOO, 1:35: 4:40, "8ma P.M.
From Charters. 5:10, 5:22, 5:20,. :A tirlzOi,
70, 8dn, 90. 10-.10A. 11., 12:00noon, 120. lsl2,
1SB, 3:42. 4.-0O. 4SS, 5a 5:14 5:4b. 9:12 P.M.
P., MeK. 4Y.B. K.UEPABT-ForNew Haven,
5:30 A. U..3:30P. U. For West Newton. S130 A. lc,
3:30 and 65 r. M. For N ew Olaven, 7U0 A. Jt.
Bandars, only. ,. (f
AJCB1VX rroni aGlicjy'iiraiji. m zviw r
U. From West NewtonMJW-'WA.M.,i:Bo F.i:.
ForMeKeesport and Elizabeth, 5 JO A. If. 3:3(
4.-05, 535 P. M.. 17:10 A. M.
From Elizabeth and McKeesport, MS A. 1C.
70. '10:00 A. 11.. 5:05 P. M.
Dally. ISnndays only.
E. HOLBROOK. General Snperlntendest.
A. E. CLARK. General Passenger Agent,
aty ticket office. 40lSmltbfleld street.
BALTmORE AMU OHIO KA1LKUAD
Schedule In effect November 9, 1883. For
11T..f In vtnn 1 f. RdflmnM Ph11Holnltl .mf
New York, -11:30 a.m., and '100 p.m. ForWashV.
xngion. Xi. ,uaiuinore, irmiaaeipuia sua new
York, 17:00 a. iu. For Cnmberland. 77:00,,
11:30 a. m.. and "10:20 p. m. For Connellsvllle.
17:00 and 110 a. m., 11:00, 140 and JOrtOp.nu"
For Unlontown, 17 -KXI, 111:30 a.m., 1l)and "4:0Op.i"
p. For Mt. Pleasant. 17rt and 111:30a. m,, tla
and t4:00 P- m. For Washington, Pa.. "7:30, ;
1910 s. m.. 3:35. 150 and "S n. m. For Wheel
ing, "7:30. t9:Wa.m, "33, 8:JU p. m. ForCln-. -j
clnnatl and St. Lonls, "iaoa. nu. -3:30p.m. lor
Colnrabns. 7d0a. m., 8d0 p. m. For Newark,
70, 19:20a. m., 3:3S. "810 p. m. For Chicago,
7:30, 19:30 a. m.. 3:35 and 8J0 p. m. Trains ar-
1 fl..... !. Vnr If Phtl.rl.fnhi. H.ltfmn.. .nrf
Washington, "7:10 a. m. and 6:59 p. m. From- fef.3
Colnnihas, Cincinnati and uucago, "7:45a.m. ana
9:10 p. m. From Wheeling. :4S, 10:59 a. m.j
15:00, 9:10 p. m. Throngb sleeping cars to Balti
more, wasningxonanauincinnaii. ?id
pm (Saturday only). ConnellsvlUe ac. ar 8:39
Uallv. tOaUyexcept Sunday. SSunday only.
The Pittsburg Transier Company will call for
and check baggage Irom hotels and residences
upon orders Ien at B.ftO. Ticket Office, corner
Fifth avenue and Wood street.
W. M. CLEMENTS, CHAS. O. SCULL.
General Manazer. Gen. Pass. Act.
PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY'S LINES,
February 10, 1S, Central Standard Time.
As follows from Union Station: For Chicago, d 73!
a. m dl23X dim d 7:45. except Satnrdxr. U9
E.m.: Toledo. 7:25 a. m dl2:3), d 10 aDd except
aturday. 11:20 p. m.; Crestline. 5:45 a.m.;Clsve
htnd, 6:li 735 a.m., 12:35 and d 11 KS p.m. : New Cas
tle and Yonngstown. 7MB a. m.. 1230, 3:45p.m.;.
Yonngstown snd Nlles, d 120 p. m.; MeadvlUe,
Krlesnd AshUbnla, 73 a. m 12:3) p.m.; Nllea
and Jamestown. 3:15 p. m.; liuslllon, 4:10 p. m.;
Wheeling and Bellalre. :10x. m 12:35, t-J0b. m.;
Beaver Kails. 40, 1K p. m S820 a. m.: Leets
dale. 5:30 a.m.
ALLEGHENY Kochester. 8:30 a. m.; Beayer
Falls, 8:15, llrf a. m.: Enon. 3.-00 p.m.; Leets
dale, 10:00, 11:43 a. m., 1X0, 4:30, 4:45. Zl30, 7.-Ca 9S9
p. m.; Conwsv, 10:3) p. m.; Jfatr Oaks, S 11:40 a,
m.:Leet4sle, S 8:30 p. m.
except Monday 10, ds:0n, d6:35 a-m., d TiH p.
m; Toledo, except Monday lSO, d 615 a. m 7:23
S. m,, Crestline, 2:10 p. m.: Yonngstown and'
ew Castle, 9:10 a.m., 1:23, 7:33, 10:15 p. m.:NHej
and YounMtown, d 7:35 p. ra.;CleTelsnd, d 5:50 s.
tt.. 2:0, 7:45 p. m.: Wheeling and Uellalre, J.-OJ
a. m., 25, V.45 p. nr.: Erie and Ashtabula, 1:2V
10:15 p. m.; Masalllon. 10:00 a. ni.: Nlles and
Jamestown. 9:10 a.m.; Beaver Falls, 7:30 a. m.,
1:10 p. m., S83p. m.: Leetsdale, 10:40 p. no.
ARUIVE ALLEGHENY -From Enon, 8.00 a.
in.: Conway, 6:50; Rochester, 9-.W a. m.; Beavef
Fills, 7:10 a.m., 6:40 p. m.: Leetsdale, 5:30, f.O,
7:43 a. m.. 12:00, 1:45, 4:3a 6:3a 9:00 p. m.l Filif
Oaks. S 3:53 a. m.; Leetsdale, S 65 p. m,: Beaver
Falls. 8 8:25 p. m.
H, Sunday only; d, dally; other trams, except
Eandaj. fell .
PANHANDLE K0UTE-N0V.1Z, 1S8S. UN1UN
station. Central Standard Tin t. Leave for
Cincinnati and St. Louis, d 7:30 a.m., d 80 aud
d 11:15 p. nu Drnnlson, 2:41 g. m. Chicago,.
8:10 p. nu SteubenviUc, 5:55 a. in. Washington. -M
JS, 3:35a. m lJaS4S5 p.m. Bulger, 10:13
Held, 7:15, 110 s. m 8:3a d8'J5:U:4t p.su Mc
Donalds, d 4:11. d 100 p. m. .
From tbe, West, 1 1-JO, d 80, , m.. 3:05. d 53
n.m. UennljoL. 935a.m. Stenbenvllle. 5.-05 p.m.
Wheellnjr, 1:W, 8:45 a. nv, 35. 56 p.m. Bnrgetts- ,i
town, :um ui.,Dv.wa.ui. iTswiugtuaii-n, tvi,
9:53 a. ra 2:35, 6:20 p, ra. Mansfield, 5:33, 9.-09
a.ra.. 12:43 d(:J) and 10K p. a. Buljter, 1:40p.m.
McDonalds, d 8:35 a. m d90p. m,
d dally: S Sunday only: other trains, except
P1TT3BUKO AND CASTLE SHAN NON B.R.
Summer Time Table, en and after May J.
1S81, until farther notice, trains will ran as follows
on every day, except Sunday. Eastern standard,
time: Leaving Flttsbnrg-d0 a. m., 7:10 a. ra..
8:00 a. m.. Visit a. m.. )ld0 a. m-, 1:40 p. m.. 3:40 p.. .
11:30 p. m. Arllngtou-5:40 a. m., 8:20a. m., 7:19 5''
a. 10., o;wa. m., wuvs. m., law p. b.i;ii,i,,i ji
iup.ui,s:ivp, in., o.M p. m., i:ivp, m., iin
p.m. Sunday trains, leaving FIttshurg 10 a.m..j '
l2:5un. m.. 2:Dm.. S:10 n. m.. 7:10n. m.. Ih&k '
p. m. Arlington 9:10a. m., 13 m., 10 p.m., 439
D.m.. 6:30 p. m.. 8.-00 D.m.
(van UAH, mtst.'-. 3
ALLEGHENY VALLKr KAJLHOAU- ,1,
Trains leave Unloa station (Buten StsW
time): Kittannlng Ac 8:54 a. m.: Nlaosra Ezr.
dally. 8:45 a. m uulton Ac.. 10:1L a. m.T Yllikw
Camp Ac, 126 p. m.,- OU City and DaBrtsTE-press,:O0p.ra.:HnltfnAc..a.-8e.n.a.t
Ac. 40 p.m.: Braeburn Ex.. Saw n. m.r KlM.-.
Inr Ac.SaOn. m.j Braebara Ae.,J.-.sL:Bsi'.
ten Ae., 7:W p. m,: Ksfftl
hi AC, iw p. ui: miiiM fi., ssK'
8-iod. m.i Uulton Ac 9:45 n. in.: Brseinr ZT
11:30 p. m. Church trains Braeburn, 12. niV
m. Fullman Steeping Can hetwsaV
lm.n Nbun... rmm - -. r
Flttstmrgaad Buaaio. K. M. UTLEY. (...(
S. A.: 1)AVU MCAIiGOT 8S4L.84WC Z,
T1ITT8BUBU AND wktxrs
i TraIni(Cet'l8tn'(Mlie) Leais.
Day Ex. Ak'n, ToL. Cl'B. Kaa
ChleagO KXKess (dHr)....
New CaMfe awl 6KMT1I1 Xx
Taraasia eeassi asm set t