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THE BOYNE WA1EB.
Susan Green Sang It in Basin Alley
and Two lawsuits Resulted.
SHE DID EOT MOW ITS EFEECTS.
Hra.Mary Shields Objected and Was Sned
as a Common Scold.
CUEIOUB HEARING BEFORE M'EENKA
But the Colored Woman Lost tbc Cue and Was Forced
to Fa; the Costa.
Another woman was tried as a common
scold yesterday. Such trials are very rare,
and serve as reminders of the old blue
laws still in eiistence. The prosecutrix lost
the case.
There was an interesting and funny hear
ing before Magistrate McKenna yesterday
.afternoon. Mrs. Mary Shields, who lires in
Bain alley, in the Seventh ward, was pros
ecuted by Miss Susan Green, on the charge
of being a common scold. This charge is
one that is rarely made. The law is an old
one and seldom employed. Men acquainted
with the court history of this city remember
only one case, that of a Mrs. Vick, who was,
some time ago, convicted in the Criminal
Court of being a common scold.
Mrs. Shields is a fine looking woman, of
excellent figure and attractive face. Her
bearing in the magistrate's office was very
modest. The prosecutor is a tall, well
formed colored woman, of decidedly dark
color and great volubility of language. She
lives across the alley irom Mrs. Shields.
The latter was deiended by Attorney Will
iam J. Brennen. The rooms were crowded
by the neighbors of the parties to the suit.
Miss Green was solemnly sworn. Lean
ing upon the magistrate's desk and empha
sizing her points by tapping the official on
the knee, she told her tale of woe. She
said: "This 're woman called me a coon and
a nigger and an ape. Now, I know I'm
black. I know that just as well as any
body, an I don t need to be tole that I m a
nigger. I know it, 'Squire, 'deed I do.
Nobody don't have to tell me. I says to
her, says I, 'Et I was white I wouldn't
talk to no niggers. She comes out at her
door and calls me all sorts o' names, and
she had two little children call me a coon,
too. That's what she done, your honor.
She tole one woman that she'd give six
months of her life to send me to the work
house. She said I was tough, and she can't
prove it, neither. That's what she can't do.
I lived there nine years, and I never got in
a law snit before. The neighbors told me
not to have any back talk with her, 'cause
she'd sue me. She will sue, too, 'Squire.
She will sue."
m'keksa's question.
"You were sued by her for disorderly con
duct, were yon not?" Alderman McKenna
asked. The prosecutor replied, "Yes. sir, I
was. That was last week. I had to pay the
costs. They could prove nothing, though,
or I'd a been fined, wouldn't I?"
Attornev Brennen took the lady in hand
and inquired, "Do you sing the Boyne
Water?"1
"Yes, sir; I dosing it often."
"Weren't yon singing it that day she had
you arrested?"
" 'Deed I don't know whether I was or
not. It might a been. I do sing it."
''Don't you know that it is a very serious
offense to sing the Boyne Water in this
country?"
"I didn't know nothing abont it. 'Deed
I didn't. I wouldn't a sung it if I'd
knowd it would make trouble. They're all
Irish aronud there, that's a fact. I'm the
only colored person livinc there. It was
Irish that 'earct me that song, though. It
was Eosa and Julia Moore learnt me."
"Isn't it probable that they did it for the
purpose of getting you into trouble?"
"Pshaw now; 'deed they didn't. Why,
they'se only little girls. They wouldn't
never think of such a thing."
Alderman McKenna gravely remarked:
"This will be a lesson to you. You will
know after this not to sing the Bovne
"Water. Yon are old enough to know bet
ter." Mrs. Brown, Mrs. McCurdv and Mrs.
Beed, white neighbors of Miss Green, were
called and sworn. Mrs. Brown said she
heard Mrs. Shields call Susan a coon. Mrs.
McCurdy said she heard Mrs. Shields say
hat she would like to send "that coon" to
the workhinse. Mrs. Reed said: "I saw
her wygging her fingers one day, but I
didn't know whether she was doing it at
Miss Green or at me. I was going past just
then, and I didn't know who she was doing
it at Mrs. Shields called me names once,
but I never spoke to the woman.'
SHE WASS'I QtTABBELSOME.
"Aren't you quarrelsome yourself?" asked
Mr. Brennan.
"No, sir; I don't quarrel with nobody."
"Didn't you have a quarrel with Mrs.
Martin?"
"No. sir, not what anybody could call a
quarrel. She came over to my door and
sassed me. I told her to keep on her own
side of the alley. That's all I said. That's
what everybody ought to do, 'Squire, keep
on their own side. That's what I do. I
don't go quarreling with anybody."
These three women were asked if they had
heard Miss Green singing the Boyne
Water. Only one of them had heard her
sing it Policeman John Sommerville was
called as a witness by Miss Green, but he
said be had not heard or seen any improper
conduct by Mrs. Shields. He thought that
she had a good reputation. He was asked
if he had heard Susan singing the Boyne
Water, but with a smile he said that he had
not heard her commit such an overt act.
Mr. Brennan moved that the defendant
be discharged. Alderman McKenna said
that a case had not been made out under the
the law. He discharged Mrs. Shields and
assessed the costs on Miss Susan Green.
That colored lady was struck dumb for a
few seconds. She was unable to speak. She
finally fell upon the 'Squire's desk and told
her story all over again. One by one the
other people slipped out oJ the office. As
the shades of evening were closing in a con
stable looked in at the window and saw the
magistrate and Miss Green still engaged in
the argument The 'Squire looked pale and
weary.
ECHOES OP THE DISASTER,
Three More Bodies Recovered From the
Bains at Quebec
Quebec, September 25. The bodies of
two little girls of Michael Bradley, who lost
bis whole family in the landslide, were
found late last night close to each other.
They were not much bruised and must have
died of suffocation. Joe Kemp, who was
found yesterday after having been 108 hours
under the debris, is dead. The body of Mrs.
Maybury, found in the ruins, was badly
disfigured. It is thought she lived for
some hours after the avalanche and died of
sheer exhaustion from gradual asphyxia.
The inhabitants of Champlain ward are
much excited against certain city officials
who, it is reported, have offered money to
come of the wounded in the hospital to
silence them in connection with any com
plaint they might have against the city.
After the verdict in the Coroner's inquest
has been rendered the people referred to
will bold an indignation meeting, and
tronble is feared.
A Serlons Charge.
Three young men, Thomas Wleeler, Alex
ander Stewart and Frank Conway, are now
in jail, charged with misusing a 11-year-old
girl at Cbartiers. The men were drank
when the acts complained of were commit
ted, but the citizens of the plaee were so,
iadlgBiBt that lynching km inggsetedj
THE LAW. LAID DOWN.
The Court Will Not Allow a Wholesale
Ltqnor Dealer to Move The Act of
1S38 Forbids Such Transfers.
Judge Magee yesterday refused the pe
tition of Joseph Rohm, a wholesale liquor
dealer at No. 38 Fifth avenue, to be allowed
to transfer his place of business to No. 13
Magee street Heretofore the Court has
generally allowed the change ot places of
business, and the refusal was a surprise.
Judge Magee, in his opinion, stated that ho
had formerly supposed it was within the dis
cretion of the Court to authorize such changes,
but on looking the matter up he finds other
wise. With reference to wholesale dealers, he
holds that the act of April 20, 1S58, is still in
force, audits provisions cover the matter of
transfer of licenses either from one person to
another or from one place to another. Under
this law transfers can only be made In cases of
death, removal or ceasing to keep such a
honse, when the license can he transferred to
another party.
Judge Magee further said: "Let me say In
conclusion, that I am permitted to state that
any action heretofore taken by the Court at a
prior session, at variance with the conclusion
now reached, was hastily taken, and not in
tended to be regarded as a precedent for the
futuro action of the Court, and if I do not mis
apprehend the present views of our Judges, I
have no reason to think tnat there will in the
future practice of the courts on this subject be
found any lack of harmony."
SHAWL MOST ANSWER.
The Grand Jnry Holds Francis ChoIIo for
DInrderlne Ills Brother.
The grand jury yesterday returned a true bill
against Giovinni Michael Chillo for the mnrder
of his brother, Francis Chillo, in. Fast Liberty
about two weeks ago. A true bill was also re
turned against Police Officer Trnby Shawl for
felonious assault and battery. Shawl shot a
man named Bntton In the hip, on Second ave
nue, about a month ago. while Britton and a
companion, it was claimed, i ere resisting ar
rest and struggling with the officer.
The other true bills returned were: John
Burran, Hellena Burran. Frank Shearing, ag-
fravated assault and battery; John Hughes,
ohn Kelly, Thomas McCIellan, R. L. Marshall,
assault and battery; James Gallagher, Joseph
Long, Rosqnall Centime, larceny and receiving
stolen goods: Charles McClure perjury; Mary
Nick, keeping a disordetly honse: Mary Galla
gher. Henry Rupnle, James Griffith, selling
liquor without a licene.
The following bills were ignored: Edward
Burke, Fred Mente, larceny; Fred Noek et al,
larceny by bailee; Henry Snider, attempt to
commit burglary; Elizabeth Crowthers, Kate
Lynch, assault and battery; Martin Duffy, P.
Falrman. Catharine Wilson, Christian Wilbert,
selling liquor without a license; Christian Wil
bert, selling liquor to Intemperate persons and
on Sunday; Henry Meyers, soiling liquor in a
prohibitory district
HE VACILLATED.
Wagner Was Sent to the Workhouse for
One Year for Bigamy.
Walter Hugo Wagner pleaded guilty to the
charge of bigamy. Wagner is the man who
was confronted with two wives in the Criminal
Court a week ago, when his first wife had him
brought up for desertion. It then transpired
that Wagner had neglected his first wife and
married Sarah Jane Fallln, of Allegheny.
Upon Instructions from J sdge White, County
Detective Langhurst .lodged an information
against Wagner for bigamy. He was indicted
and j esterday plead euilty. When about to be
sentenced Wagner denied ever having married
his first wife, but could not make any excuse
when told that he had admitted to the Court
last week that he was married to her. He was
sentenced two years to tne workhouse, but the
judge afterward reduced it to one year.
ALAS, TEE DUI.
The Chinese Act Debars Him From Becom
ing; a Citizen.
Tee Dai, the Chinaman who was to have been
appointed on the police force by Chief J. A.
Brown, was taken before Judge Acheson yes
terday to be naturalized. He was accompanied
by Bev. E. R, Doneboo and his attorney,
Florence Miller, Esq. Dui said he had lived
here ten years, and intended to become a citi
zen, but Judge Acheson refused his application
on the ground that the law of 1&82 forbade the
naturalization of Chinamen.
Tee Dui, with his two companions, then with
drew, and the Chinaman will not be made an
officer.
To-day's Trial Lists.
Common Pleas No. 1 Ingram vs Walsh;
Goff vs The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com
pany; Clow et ux. vs McKelvy; Same vs same;
Terwilliger & Co. vs. Laveen: Sklrball vs. Wat
kins; Morton vs McClarran et al; VuraftvsOp
fienheim; Clark et al vs Tuigg trustee; Doug
ass et ux. vs Muckle; Ebert vslde et al; Jami
son et al vx Adler: Elton vs Williams.
Common Pleas No. 2 Orline 4 Sons vs Stew
art & Henry; Kuehl vs H. W. Ahlers&Co.:
Humbert vs Musgrave; Brownlee vs Butler &
Co.; Langenhelm et al vs Iron Workers B. fc
L. Association.
Criminal Court Commonwealth vs William
Kohler, Bridget Connelly. Park Wern, W.
Williams, James Way. Harry M. Kellr.Charles
McCurdy Philip Wilts. John Lutz, CL-Bick,
Edward Crawford, John Simpson, W. B.
Shaner etal (2). John A. Hlemmons (2). William
Fnsbee et al.. Nettle Wagner. Panl Welsen
berger, Alois Bruno et ux,Jos. HufnaitIe,Elmer
Pillow. Jack Hart, J. Shubert, J. J. O'Brien,
Mary Kamp, James Gilbert, James Long,Sarah
Fink. Larry O.Toole. Lydia Frank, Bert Ter
ror, Thomas Powers etal. Ella Crossby,
Thomas Foster, Charles McClure. Pasquillo
Ventruito, Israel Davis. Dennis Davis, Jessie
Connors, Thomas Aldridge. P. P. Zimmerman,
Maurice Sullivan, Luke Gordon, Kate Schln
mili, Kate McAuley.
Audit List for To. Day.
Estate of Accountant
Charles Matthews Lewis Matthews.
Louisa Caldwell John H. Fowler.
James Knox Johanna Knox.
E. W". Belnecke Clara C. Beinecke.
Martha Wallace Samuel Francies.
Joseph Boolf August Brockinan.
Christina Schurley. George Wheatley.
Charles Matters Marshall Johnston.
Nancv Aten P. H. Stevenson.
Ann E. Hamilton Mary E. Hamilton.
Bebecca Howe John B. Doe.
Balnh D. Kelb Henry Keib, Jr.
Michael Dnrkln Barbara Durkin.
William S. Bissell John Bissell et al.
John Randolph James E. Karns et al.
James Gillespie Robert Niblock.
What Lawyers Have Done.
William Fbisbee pleaded guilty to lar
ceny. William Kohler pleaded guilty to selling
liquor without a license and on Sunday.
Baf.net Scanlon, of the Southside, was
convicted of selling liquor without a license.
A chaster was granted yesterday to the
Congregation Choye Adam, a Hebrew church.
The jury Is out in the case of Dennis May
her, on trial for aggravated assanlt and bat
tery and for stabbing John Gallagher.
John Kennedy pleaded guilty to the lar
ceny of an overcoat from T. J. Longdon. He
was sentenced three years to the penitentiary.
IN the case of SlcFall, Hetzell & Co. against
Christ Mnscher and wife, an action on a me
chanic's lien, the plaintiff yesterday took a
nonsuit
Jons A Bennett yesterday sued for a di
vorce from Emma Bennett The couple were
married in 1852. Bennett alleges that his wife
deserted him two years ago.
In the suit of Eugene Ingold against the Mc
Keesport Light Company a verdict was ren
dered yesterday for J788 32 for the plaintiff.
The case was an action on a note.
In the suit of John Faxon and wife against
Millvale borough, for damages to property
SANFOED'S GINGER
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Is the Beit of All Known Gingers,
caused by grading, a verdict was given yester
day for S250 for the plaintiffs.
In the suit of Fraser and Chalmers against
the La Noria Mining Company, to recover for
machinery furnished the company, a verdict
was given for the plaintiffs yesterday for J3,
887 77.
Thomas Byeexy pleaded guilty to keeping
a gambling house at No. 416 Grant street. He
was sentenced one year to the worKhouse. The
information against him was made by Inspector
McAleese,
IN the suits of the American Tube and Iron
Company against the St. Clair Light and Fuel
Company, to recover for pipe furnished, the
plaintiffs received verdicts yesterday for
amounts aggregating fi.au n.
In the Criminal Court yesterday John Adams,
tried for forging a check for 50 and passing it
on the Braddock National Bank, was round not
guilty, and the costs were placed on the pros
ecutor, J. G. Kelly, cashier of the bank.
I THEJuryisoutin the case of Wm-Shortand
Edward Gould against the Pittsburg and
Birmingham Hallway Company and Officer
George Lang, in an action for damages for be
ing ejected from a street car and arrested.
Charles Fry, who pleaded guilty to coun
terfeiting at the last term of United States
Court, was sentenced by Judge Acheson yester
day to one year in the penitentiary and fined
$10. Frylixed on Spring Garden avenue, Alle
gheny, and was arrested last winter by Detect
ive Eichenlaub.
John F. Dunker yesterday entered suit
against August Sloeckel for $5,000 damages for
false arrest. Dunker states that Sloeckel sued
him before Alderman Heinricb, falsely charg
ing him with the larceny of some picture
hooks. Dunker was arrested, but- vtas dis
charged at the hearing.
A motion for a new trial was filed yesterday
in the case of the Marshall Foundry and Con
struction Company vs. the Pittsburg Traction
Company. In a suit argued a few days ago the
Marshall Company got a verdict for $32,000 for
material furnished tho Traction Company.
The latter object to the verdict and ask for a
new trial.
Register Connor held a partial hearing
yesterday in the contested will case of O. P.
Willison, who was a toll keeper on the Perrys
villo road and died worth $15,000. His children,
Samuel Wallace, Josephine English and Isa
bella English, allege be was Influenced by an
unmarried daughter. The bearing will be con
tinued to-morrow.
Whitesell fc Sons entered suit yesterday
lor Joseph Baylcss against Policeman Wm.
Adair, of LawrenceviUe, for $5,000 damages for
false arrest. The plaintiff alleges Adair had a
spite against him and arrested bim without
canse and charged him with being a suspicious
character. After being confined for a day or
two he was released and claims his standing
has been affected by his arrest.
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What makes me so drowsy, yawn and stretch
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Why does my head, usually clear, feel so heavy
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No property owner can afford to remain ig
norant when a whole volume of informa
tion devoted to the selection, laying and
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ing. Messrs. Merchant & Co., ot this city,
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They have devoted much time, labor and
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OFFICIAL PITTSBURG.
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
grading, paving and curbing of Melwood
street from the bridge near Thirty-third street,
to the west line of Denny property In the Thir
teenth ward of Pittsburg.
Whereas. It appears by the petition and affi
davit on file in the office of tbe Clerk of Coun
cils that one-third In interest of the owners of
property fronting and abnttlng upon tho said
street have petitioned the Councils of said
city to enact an ordinance for the grading,
paving and curbing of the same, therefore
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise. In accordance with tbe acts ot Assem
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
the ordinances of said city of Pittsburg relat
ing thereto and regulating the same, for pro-
ennv
aeirs. ao contract tuefoivc w uo ivt, in me
manner directed by tbe said act of Assembly
and ordinances. The cost and expense of the
same to be assessed and collected in accord
ance with the provisions of an act of Assembly
of tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania entitled
"An act relating to streets and sewers in cities
of tho second class," approved the 16th day of
May, A D. 1889.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with tbe provisions of this
ordinance be and the same is hereby repealed.
so tar as ine same anects wis ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 80th day of August, A. D. 18S9.
B. D. WARMCASTLE, President of Select
Council, pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD.
Clerk of Select ConnciL GEO. L. HOLLIDayI
President ot Common Council. Attest: GEO.
BOOTH. Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office, September i, 1889. An.
proved: WM. McOALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W.
H. MCCLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
'Recorded in Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 129.
16th day of September, A. D. 1889. ee24-68
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
OEIVED at the office of City Controller
until SATURDAY, .the 28th day of Beptember
at 2 p. H., for the furnishing and delivering of
twelve (12) ftatloads of good straw manure.
Flats to measure not less than 80fLxl6x3 ft. 8
in. Six (6) flatloads to be delivered at City
Farm landing, Monongabela river. Six (6) flat
loads to be delivered at Negley Run landing,
Allegheny river. i
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right to reject any or all bids.
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OFFICIAL PITTSBURG.
No. 7U1
AN ORDINANCE-FIXING THE WIDTH
of the east sidewalk of Forty-second
street, from Butler street to Davison street,
and authorizing the owners of property therein
to move the curb and repays the sidewalk.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted bv the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe anthority of the same, That
the width of the east sidewalk of Forty-second
street, between Butler and Davison streets,
shall be and Is hereby fixed at eight and one
half feet. ,
Section 2 That the owners of the property
abutting upon tbe said sidewalk, between the
points above mentioned, are hereby authorized
to move the curb stone out to the line hereby
fixed and renave the said sidewalk. Provided,
that the same is done at their own cost and ex
pense.
Section S That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance, be and the same Is hereby re
pealed bo far as the same affects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 30th day of August, A. D. 1889.
S. D. WARMCASTLE, President of Select
Council pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Clerk of Select Council. GEO. L. HOLLI
DAY, President of Common Council. Attest:
GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office, September 4, 1889. Approved:
WM. MoCaLLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H.
MCCLEARY. Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 131,
19th day of September. A. D. 18S9. se26-
iNo. 75.1
AN ORDINANCE-RELOCATING PARK
avenue from Lemlngton avenue for a
distance of 690.98 feet sonth.
Section I Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Belect and Common Coun
cils assembled, and is hereby ordained and en
acted by the authority of tbe same, That tbe
center line of Park avenue from Iiemington
avenue for a distance of G90.98 feet south, be
and the same is hereby relocated as follows, to
wit: Tbe center line shall begin at a point on
the center line of Lemlngton avenue, distant
westerly 62.68 feet from the center line of Lin
coln avenue, thence deflecting to the loi't7541'
21" for a distance of 690.98 feet south to an an
gle, and the said Park avenne shall bo of a
width of 60 feet.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with tbe provisions of
this ordinance be and the same fs hereby re
pealed so far as tbe same affects this ordin
ance. Ordained and enacted into a law In Councils
this 30ch day of August, A. D. 1889.
S. D. WARMCASTLE, President of Belect
Council pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Uerk of Select Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY,
President of Common Council Attest: GEO.
BOOTH, Clerk of Common ConnciL
Mayor's Office, Sept. 4, 1889. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H.
McCLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 1S8,
20th day of Sept, AD. 1889. sc26
No. 67.1
CE-AUrHORIZING THE
A N ORDINAN
A paving and curbjpg of Basin alley, from
waauiugLuu sireeb ia .cim pireet, in ino
Seventh ward of Pittsburg.
Whereas, It appears by the petition and affi
davit on file in tbe office of tbe Clerk of Coun
cils that one-third in Interest of tne owners of
property fronting and abnttlng upon the said
street have petitioned the Councils of said city
to enact an ordinance for the paving and curb
ing of the same: therefore,
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg in 'Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same, that the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to adver
tise in accordance with the acts of Assembly of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the
ordinances of the said city of Pittsburg relating
thereto and regulating the same for proposals
for the paving and curbing of Basin alley
from Washington street to Elm street, the con
tract therefor to be let in the manner directed
bv the said acts of Assembly and ordinances.
The cost and expense of the same to be as
sessed and collected In accordance with the pro
visions of an act of Assembly of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act re
lating to streets and sewers in cities of the sec
ond class," approved the 16th day ot May, A.
D.1889.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with tbe provisions of this
ordinance be and the same Is hereby repealed,
so far as tbe same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 30th day of August, A D. 1889.
8. D. WARMCASTLE, President of Select
Council pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Clerk of Select Council. GEO. L. HOLLL
DAY, President of Common Council. Attest:
GEO. BOOTH, Clerk ot Common Council.
Mavor's office. Seotember.l 1889. Aonroved:
WM. MCUALLIN. Mavor.
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Attest: w.n. jiic-
CLEARY. Mavor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book,
132, 18th day of September, A. D. 1
vol.
7, page
se26
rNo. 05.)
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
grading, paving apd curbing of Rural
street from Hiland avenue to Negley avenue,
in the Nineteenth ward of Pittsburg.
Whereas, It appears by the petition and affi
davit on file in tbe office of the Clerk of Coun
cils that one-third in interest of the owners of
property fronting and abnttlng upon the said
street bave petitioned the Councils of tbe said
city to enact an ordinance for the grading,
paving and curbing of the same; therefore.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe authority of the same. That tho
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and Is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise in accordance with tbe acta of As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
and the ordinances of said city of Pittsburg
relating 'thereto and regulating the same,
for proposals for the grading, paving and curb
ing of Rural street from Hiland avenue to
Negley avenue. Tbe contract therefor to be
let in the manner directed by the said acts of
Assembly and Ordinances. The cost and ex
pense of the same to be assessed and collected
In accordance with tbe provisions of an act; of
Assembly of tho Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, entitled "an act relating to Btreeta and
sewers In JTcIties of the second-class," ap
proved tho 16th day of May, A D. 1889.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provisions ot this
ordinance be, and tbe same is hereby repealed
so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordilned and enacted into a law in Councils
this 30th day of August, A. D. 1889.
S. D. WABMOABTLE, President of Select
Council pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Clerk of Select Council. GEO. L. HOLLI
DAY, President of Common Council. Attest:
GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office. September i, 1889. Approved!
WM. MCCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H. Mc
CLEARY. Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page
130, 171 h day of September, A. D., 1889. se2o
JNo. 6X1
A JOINT RESOLUTION-AUTHORIZING
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company to
lay down and maintain a switch track on Thud
street from Liberty avenue to Exposition
buildings.
Resolved, That the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company be and are hereby authorized to lay
down and maintain a switch track on Third
street from their track on Liberty avenue to
the Exposition building, for the purpose of
conveying freight to and from tbe Exposition
during the time the said Exposition Is open,
and for tbe transportation of passengers from
points outside of Pittsburg during the contin
uation ui tuo iv9iuon, unuer bucu luiea aim
resulatiQQS aj may be prescribed by the CM t
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OFFICIAL-PITTSBUHG.
of the Department of Public Works, and lit ac
cordance with tbe ordinances of tbe city.. In
Councils August 30, 1889. ReadJhree tunes and
finally passed,
8. D. WARMCASTLE, Preddent of Select
Council pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Clerk of Sisct Council,- G. L. HOLLIDAY,
President of Common Council. Attest: GEO.
BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office, September 2, 1889. Approved,
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H. MC
CLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book. vol. 7, page 127,
16th day of September, A. D. 1889. se28
INol
66.1
A N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
N ORDINANCE AUd
XV grading and paving or uarden alley.
from Maine street to Bowery (formerly Brown j
alley, in the Seventeenth ward of Pittsburg.
Whereas, It appears bv tbe petition and
affidavit on file in the office ot the Clerk of
Councils, that one-third in interest of the
owners of property fronting and abnttlng upon
tbe said street have petitioned the Councils of
the said city to enact an ordinance for the
grading and paving of the same, therefore.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Belect and Common Coun
cils assembled, and It is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe authority of the same. That the
Chief of the Department of Pnblle Works be
andiMereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise in accordance with tbe Acts of Assem
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
5 he Ordinances of the said city of
'Ittsburg relating therefore and regulat
ing the same for proposals for tbe grad
ing and paving of Garden alley from
Main street to Bowery alley. The contract
therefor to be let in the manner directed by
the said acts of Assembly and ordinances.
Tbe cost and expenses ot tbe same to be as
sessed and collected In accordance with the
provisions of an act of Assembly of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania entitled, "An act
relating to streets and sewers in cities of the
second ciass," approved inn loin day ox aiay,
A. D. 1SS9.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of ordi
nance conflicting with tbe provisions of this
ordinance be and the same Is hereby repealed
so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law In Councils
this 30th day of August A. D. 1889.
a D. WARMCASTLE, President of Belect
Council, pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Clerk of Select Council, GEO. L. HOLLI
DAY, President of Common Council. Attest:
GEO.BOOTH. Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office. September i, 1889. Approved:
WMrMcCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H. MC
CLEARY. Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 131,'
17th day of September, A D.1889. se26
ArNo.71.1
N ORDINANCE RELOCATING
Falrmount street, from a point distant
212.60 feet northerly from the north five-foot
line of Broad street to Margaretta street
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it Is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same, that Fair
mount street from a point distant 212.60 feet
northerly from tbe north 5-foot line of Broad
street to Margaretta street, be and the same
shall be relocated as follows, to wit: The east
5-foot line shall begin at a stone monument on
the said east 6-foot line of Falrmount street, as
located by a plan approved by Councils Decem
ber SO, 1872, distant 212.60 feet northerly from a
stone monument on the north 5-foot line of
Broad street, thence deflecting to the left IS9
51' for a distance of 139.82 feet to a
pin, thence deflecting to the left 11 20
for a distance of 113.73 feet to a pin, thence
'deflecting to the left 60 10-10" for a distance of
303.11 feet to a pin on the center line of Marga
retta street intersecting the said line at an
angle of 12 19 20" and at a distance of 52130
feet east of the west Moot line of Rebecca
street, and the said Falrmount street shall be
of a width of 60 feet
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance be and the same is hereby re
pealed, so tar as the same affects this ordi
nance. Ordalaed and enacted into a law in Councils
this 30th dav of August A. D. lfiSft.
S. D. WARMCASTLE, President of Belect
Council, pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Clerk of Select' CouncIL GEO. L. HOLLI
DAY, President of Common Council. Attest:
GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Common ConnciL
Mayor's Office, September 4,1889. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W. H.
McCLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 137,
20th day of Beptember. A D.1889. se21-68
' No.62. I
AN ORDINANCE-AUTHORIZING THE
grading, pavingand curbing of Franks
town avenue, from Fifth avenue to Home
wood avenue, in th,e Twenty-first ward of Pitts
burg. Whereas, It appears by the petition and affi
davit on file in the office of the Clerk of Coun
cils that one-third In interest of tbe owners of
property fronting and abutting upon the said
street have petitioned tbe Councils of said city
to enact an ordinance for the grading, paving
and curbing of the same, therefore.
DBcuoni ueiioraamea ana enacted ot tne
city of Pittsburg. In Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of tbe same, That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise in accordance with the acts ot Assem
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
the ordinances of tbe said city of Pittsburg re
lating thereto and regulating tbe same, for pro
posals foi the grading, paving and curbing of
Frankstown avenue, from Fifth avenue to
Homewood avenue, tbe contract therefor to be
let in the manner directed by the said acts of
Assembly and ordinances. Tbe cost and ex-
J tense of the same to be assessed and collected
n accordance with the provisions of an act of
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, entitled, "An act relating to streets and
sewers in cities of tbe second class," approved
the 16th day of May, A, D. 1889.
Section 2 That any ordmance or part of
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance be and the same is hereby re
pealed, so far as the same affects this ordi
nance. '
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils,
this 30th dav of August, A. D. 1889.
a D. WARMCASTLE, President of Select
Council, pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Clerk ot Select Council. GEO. L. HOLLI
DAY, President of Common CouncIL At
teat: GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Common
Council.
Mayor's Office. September 4, 1889. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: W.H. Mc
CLEARY, Mayor's Cleric
Recorded in Ordinance Book, voL 7, page 128,
16th day of September. A D 1889. se21-66
AN ORDINANCE0- LOCATING VILLA
street, from Penn avenue to Friendship
avenue.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and It Is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same. That
Villa street, from Penn avenue to Friendship
avenue be and the same shall be located as
follows, to-wit: The west 5-foot line shall begin
on the north 5-foot line of Penn avenue at a
distance of 186.87 feet west from a stone monu
ment at tho intersection of the north 5-foot
line of Penn avenue and the east 6-foot line of
Falrmount street, thence deflecting to the left
9o SCin a southerly direction a distance ot
about 2,131 feet to Friendship avenue, and the
said Villa street shall be of a width of 50 feet
Section 2 That any ordinance or part of
ordinance conflicting with tbe provisions of
this ordinance be and' the same is hereby re
pealed, so far as tho same affects this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 30th dayof Auenst A. D. 1889.
S. D. WARMCASTLE, President of Select
Council Pro Tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Clerk of Select Council. GEO. L. HOLLIDAY,
President of Common Council. Attest: GEO.
BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's Office. September 1.1889. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: V. H.
McCLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 136,
20th day of September, A- D. 18S9. se24-66
TNo. 73.1
AN ORDINANCE-LOCATING FERRY
street, from Webster avenue to Bedford
avenue.
Beotion 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the anthority of the same, that
Perry street, from Webster avenue to Bedford
avenue, shall be and Is hereby located as lol
lows, to wit: The center line shall begin at a
Pin on the center line of Webster avenue at a
distance of 218.07 feet west from the center
line ot Kirkpatrick street, thence deflecting to
the right 9003'10" for a distance of 838.08 feet
to the center line of Bedford avenne, and said
Perry street shall be of a width of 40 feet.
Section 3-That any ordinance or part of or
dirance conflicting with the provisions of this
ordinance be andtbesameisherebyrepealed
so far as tho same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 30th day of August, A D. 1889.
8, D. WARMCASTLE, President of Belect
Council, pro tem. Attest: GEO. BHEPPARD,
Clerk of Belect Council. GEO. L. HOLLI
DAY, President of Common ConnciL Attest:
GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Common CouncIL
Mayor's office. September 4, 1889. Approved:
WM. MCCALLIN; Mayor. Attest: W. H.
McCLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 13ft,
20th day of September. A. D. 1889. se'il-60
AN ORDtNANDE-LOOATING M'KEE
place, from Ward street to Bates street.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by the
city of Pittsburg in Belect and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted, by the authority of the same, That
McKee place, from Ward street to Bates
street, be and the same shall be located as fol
lows, to wit: The east 23-foot line shall begin
on the south 5-foot line of Ward street at a
distance of 223.61 feet westwardly from an angle
in Ward street, beginning the intersection of
the said 6-foot line with the center lino, thence
deflecting to the right 90 for a distance of 86.59
feet to s angle, thence deflecting to the right
86 ..' for a distance ot 873.28 feet to tire center
liae of Sf,tw street, inters vCtio the said line t
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an angle of 81 26V and at a distance of .26&61
feet west from a stone monument on the center
line of Ward street and the said MoKee place
shall ba of a width of fifty (50) feet and to bo
located in accordance with a plan on file In the
office of theCnier of Department of Public
Works.
Section 2 That any ordinance or part ot
ordinance conflicting withths provisions of
cms ordinance ue1 ana me sarae js nereuj re
pealed SO far as the same affect, this ordi
nance. Ordained and enacted Into a law in Councils
this 30th day of August, A- D. 1889.
a D. WARMCASTLE, President of Belect
Council, pro tem. Attest: GEO. SHEPPARD,
Clerk of Select Council. GEO. L. HOLLI
DAY, President of Common Council. Attest:
GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Common Council.
Mayor's office, September 1, 1889. Approved:
WM. McCALLIN, Mayor. Attest: Vf H.
McCLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded in Ordinance Book, voL 7, page 183,
19th flay of Beptember, A. D.lS8ftr se21-66
No. 68.
A N ORDINANCE AUTHI
N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
J. construction of a sewer on Carson street.
from South Sixth to South Eighth streets.
Twenty-ninth ward.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by tha
city of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, andlt is hereby ordained and
enacted by tbe authority of tbe same, That the
Chief of the Department of Public Works be
and' is hereby authorized and directed to ad
vertise in accordance with the acts of Assembly.
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and tha
ordinances of the said city ot Pittsburg relating;
thereto and regulating the same tor proposals
for the construction, of a pipe sewer on East
Carson street; commencing at South Sixth
street thence to the west side of South
Seventh street 20 Inches In diameter,
thence to a connection with sewer on
South Eighth street and to be 21 inches
In diameter, the contract therefor to be let in
the manner directed by the said Acts of Assem
bly and Ordinances. The cost and expense of
the same to be assessed and collected in accord
ance with the provisions of an act of Assembly
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania entitled
"An act relating to streets and sewers In cities
ot the second clase"tapproved the 18th dayof
May, A D.1889.
section Z That any ordinance or part of or
dinance conflicting with the provisions of this
ordinance, be and the same is hereby repealed,
so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 30th day of August A. D. 1880.
a D. WABMCASTLE.. President of Select
Council, -pro torn. Attest: uuu, aa.iatrfAM,
Clerk, of Select Council- GKO. lt HOLLI
DAY, PresidearoLCosuBOBi. Council. .Attest:
GEO. BOOTH, Clerk of Common CouncIL
Mayor's office. Sept, 4, 1839. i.Approved:
WM. McCALLIN. Mayor. Attest: W. H. Mc
CLEARY, Mayor Clerk-
Recorded in Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page-188,
19th day ot BepfA. D. 1889. ., se26
fNo. 69.1
A NORDINANOE-HETTINi
G ASIDE AND
.O. appropriating ground lying around and
adjacent to the Herron Hill reservoir for a
fublic park, to be known as the "Herron Hill
ark," and authorizing the Chief of the. De
partment of Public Works to Improve the
same.
Section 1 Be it ordained and enacted by tho
city of Pittsburg in Select and Common Coun
cils assembled, and it Is hereoy ordained and
enacted by the authority of tbe same. That for
the purpose of constructing and maintaining a
public park there shall be and is hereby set
aside, dedicated and appropriated so much of
the ground belonging to said city as is not in
dispensably necessary for the safe and proper
use of the reservoir known as the Herron Hul
reservoir.
Bectlon 2 That the Chief of the Department
of Public Works, of said city, be and Is hereby
authorized and directed to improve all said
ground lying around adjacent to and connected
with said reservoir, and which shall not be
found actually necessary for the operation ot
said reservoir, to be nsed and enjoyed as a pub
lic park to be known as and by the name of the
"Herron HlllPark.T
Section 3 That any ordinance or part ot
ordinance conflicting with the provisions of
this ordinance, be and the same is hereby re
pealed, so far as tbe same affects this ordi
nance. ,
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils
this 30th day ot August A. D. 1889.
a D. WARMCASTLE, President of Belect
Council, pro torn. Attest: GEO. BHEPPARD,
Clerk of Select Council. GEO.L.EOLUDAr,
President of Common CouncIL Attest: GEO.
BOOTH, Clerk of Common CouncIL
Mayor's office, September 4, 1889. Approved,
WM. McCALLIN,;Mayor. Attest: W. iu Mc
CLEARY, Mayor's Clerk.
Recorded In Ordinance Book, vol. 7, page 131,
lHtn day of September. A. v. ussa. sea
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RAILKBABS.
DENMSYLVANIA KAILHOAD-OS AND
XT. after September a, is, .entas leave Unloa
Btstfes, Plttsoarg, as &tows, xVutera IHagdara
Tlmei ,
HAI2T LINIB XASTWAXIX
Hew Tork and Chleaga IJKe4 of rsBatsa Vefr
tJbnledAUva7i. hu
Atlantic KxpireM dUy fer w ast, J.m.
31autrla,lsUy,exetltaBjdaK MN a, Sk tea
day, mall, t:18. m.
Day express dally tji a. m.
Jisllexpresa tefly at 1 8 p. m.
FlilladtlptiU express Jar . a. ---
jLssiern express ostt7&sj,pSB .
Fast Line dally' Jt 8i p. n.
gresBsoargexBresseisty. m, weekday
errv rmnu 11:00 a. m. week dtra.
AUtnronfh trains connect at Jjrttf CMrwlffc
boats of "BroorJjn Annex" tKtrMUri.S'.t,:
avoldlngdoablsferrlsgeand joBrasy fssafc Jg.
i.uity.
Trains arrive at Dalon Station as XsIIohm
Hall Train, dally. Ml
Western Express, dally. ; THt
PiCtflo Express, dally..., ,... p. Bb
Chicago Limited Express, daily........ M, m,.
.jastAiiae, oaiir...... ....... ............ ...ix a;.
SOUTHWEST .PltHirSAirWA's. j;-
Tor Uatontown, SiSO ana SJSs. m. atMtm?
m., wttfcoat changs of ears: 11 p. ., iraKs"
lag at Greensbnre. Trains anrra ftasa aHlnai
town st 9:16 a. ra.. ase. 5:36 and sue p. m.
WM6T PZHNSZuf AHlA JUVJBMM.
Tna J-BDKtAI. err. STATION. AUegeMf Gty.
Mali tram, connecting ferfllslrsTille... feSs-a. .
Express, for matrsTUi, esBBacusgKr j
mrji
'it" '
a-v - 4
44
ouuer .Ms.is.-
Butler Aeosra... Six a. ra JOB asd St . a. -
8DringdalaAeoome,Ud0a.m.30sa4eiMB.B9. ,
rrteportAceom .!OS. S:30an4H. .- J
On Sunday iziieaa de,n,.
Jlorth ApoUoAeom.....n.-00s.m. sad May. a.' '"
AUegneny rfnncwon AceoramooHieB , k
connecting for Ussier SdS a. BU ? ,
Trains arrive at?RI)KKA V.SEJJSKC RATKHt 1 5
Xcttcss. connecting rrosrSatler......ieiae a.m.'''
Mall Train. 1:41 p. m,
Butler Accom.........:Uls. m., ttmtmA70Bf.m.
MalrsvUle Accommodation -t-Jtp.w.
Freenort Accom.7iS a. m., iris, 739 and lilies, s.
On Sunday ;...! a. nu and Ties p. nj.
Bpringaais Accom....
North Apollo Accom
..i37,llia.B,lAiaip. a., i
a......8ia. m. aaatneavab .
osonaAaxiL.vvriBtoii.
Tratns leave Union sUtteHiFlHsesrt as Mewst.
Tor MoaoBrahela. Cit
utr. wets jsroWBcraa ua
es Broil
umontown, ro:a.m. rm
'or Moconrabt& OHaraM
On Sunday, lrtH p. m. Jfor MoBcajjaheU Gtsy, Mt
p. m.. week days. .,
Irravosbarr Aei, weekdays, tsttp. m. ;
West Bbzabetb Aeeommodsttoa. SiBa. m MsJ:
iju and 11:36 p. ra. Sondsy, i8 p. m. ' ' "
Ticket offices Ceraer Jfoarsa arenas ss4 Xrf
street and If Bioa statlos. ' T
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TRAINS DBPAKt Wp!
As JoHcnrs from Union Station: s" or CMe4f,dT
:zh, aiiut twaav exceps oasurwiv- -non
i. m.: Toledo. 7dsa- Ba-.alZ:
leao. 7a&a.m... ansa alcana
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d 1:83 and ereetf'-!
av.
nag p. bu; vrennne. : s. m.i usve
land, Sao a.
s. m.. j?:s sua a-uo u-s. asa i
a. m, tUf, s. W. u. KT.t Jew cuM
and Youngstown, 7:81 a. m HOB, 1:18 j. sl;
Youngstown and Idles, dUSOp. m.; Meal life.
lens ana AsniaBuu, isoom in., aaa p. m.; jmt
and Jamestown, l: p. m.rUsssUlos. 4:lOp.sa.i
Wheeling and Bellslre. 8:10a. mll:t!i, t:p. m.:
Beaver Tails. 4:00. p. Bu, Seek Point, SM '
a. in.: Leetsdale. S: a. m.
ALLEGHENY Hochester, M0 a. ss-j Beavec
Tails, 8:15, 11:00 a. m. : Enon, MQ p. ra.; Lee.
dale,10:GO, 11:45 a. m.. 2.-S0, llao, 4:45,0, 70. Sa
p. m.; Conway, 10:30 p.m.; Jfalr Oaks, 3 11:40 a
in.: Leetsdale, 3 8:30 p. m.
TRAINS AKKIVEUntonsteOoarrom CMeaget
except Monday Ida dfltoe. dsifi a-m d 8) p.
m.; Toledo, except Monday lis d 8:38 s, a., H
S, m., Crestline, 1:10 p. ra.: YosantewB sad
ew Castle, 9:10 a. ra.,ldsT t-M 10:16 p. m.; NHes
and Yonnestowa. d6:Qp. m.;CleTelaad, d tiSOs.
m.. 2:2a, ?: p. a-t WVeetag and BeftUre, M
a. m 236, 70 p. a.; arte and Ashsabtia, iraL
10:U n. ra.: HassBlen, sMe a. ra.; NRes sad
Jamestown, :'a.m.; Beaver Tall. 7 JO ; ra,
l:10o.m.. Kock Point, B 8a6 p. m.; Leetsdale,
10: W p. m.
aMiTK ALLEGHXKT-rran Enon, feee'a..
xa.; vonwar, vifle; aocHearer. yiw a. so.; isesr
7:45 a. m.. 12:00. 1:48. MJL Stag. SfSO Ti. ra.: Fa
... OA-rv -Z. . - .-.a-. .7 m-Mm - ..fl
Polnt.a:iSp. m.
3, Sunday only; d, shays otter trains, exeeat -,
Bandar. JS
PITTSBURG AMD LAKE ERIE RAILROAD .
COMPAN Y-8edHltf is effect Jane MSB.
Central time. Uxfabt for Cleveland, t-M, 3a
a. m., 1:B, 4il0, : p. m. For ClnelanaH. Chi
cago and Bt. Louis, 56 a. ra., li3,. 9:38 p.m. .
For Buffalo, 8:90 s. ra.. 4:l,g:3Bp-a. For Sate- '
manca, S:00a. m.. 4:W p. ra. For Yovarstewa
and New Castle, 5:99, sea, I:W a. -ra., n 4tM,v
9:30 p. m. .For Beaver .Falls, IsOO, 8:08, 88,2
10:18 a. m., 1:33. 1:30, 4:18. Silt. :30p. ra. 'FeeT
Cbartiera. 6:00, W:30 a. ra.. 4:36, CM. -SJa. 1-M,;
8.-05, 6:30, 925. 10:15 a. m.. K.-flS, bsSC?
1:40. 3:30, J4:30. 4:50 '5:86, iiM, 86e; -sitae ,,;
ABBrvx-From Cleveland. S-.X a. ra., Siis,
5:t. "7:53, 9:40 p. xn. From Cincinnati. Cfctosxa,
and St. Louis, M i JO, 7:55 p. ra. From BnCalo.
8:30 a. m., 13:8,0, 9:40 p. m. From aalsman
ca. 12 JO. TJ6p. m. From Youngstown and
Now Castle. OdOT 9:20 a. in., mVZ:X, 5dfc 75
9:40p.m. From Beaver Falls, 38. :, TM,
a. in., 12:80. 1:18, 5:38, 7, 8:40 p. mT P.,
C & Y. trains from MassSeld, 8:30 a. a., 3:39,
4:50 p. m. For Esses and Beeeaaont, 8:39 a.
in., 3:30 p. ra. F. CAY. trains from Mans
field, Essen and Beechraont, 78 a. ra., il:J8a. a.
1. McK. & Y. . K. -DsPABT-For New Haven,
15:30 a. a., 1:3 tp. m. For West Newtoa, 15:30,
10.-06 a. ra., 3:30, 5:15 p. a. Asnme-Frosi New
Haven, 7:50 a. m., 5rt0 p. ra. From Wert New
ton, 6:15. t7:50 a. m 1:36, i: p. ra. For Me
Keesport, Elizabeth and HonoBgaaels City; 5t3a,
10:05 a.m., 3:30, 5:lSp. m. From Monongabela
City. Elizabeth and.McKeesport, TM a. ra., 138,
5rtp. m-
Ually. 1 Sundays 'only. 1 Will ran one hoar
late on Sunday, I WB1 ran two hours late oa
Sunday. City ticket) oaee. 41 Smlthfleld street.
PITTSBUKO AN1 CA8TLESHANNONB.K.-
Snmmer Time Taste. On and alter May 1,
1889. until farther notice, trains will run as follows
on every day, exee
pt Sunday. Eastern standard
time: Ltxriuz L'lt
insonTg-eao a. ra.. 7:la.ra..
w .TV" " saowsa, i
ttn 4 th sT.t m
11 JO a, m 1:40 p.m., 1:40 p.
m- :iu p. m.. n:aa p. ra., : p.
11:30 p. m. Arlluton-3:40 a. ra
.- .
rton-3: a. m- 639 a. m.a7:ia
- . m.mm M iaia. ..- z .:-
4:3) p.m.. 5:10p.m., 3:8ft p. m., 7:10 p. m., 10 J
p. m. Sunday trains, leavras; rit'sburg-10 a.m..
13:50p.m., 2:39p.io, file p. m., 700 p. m, 8:30
p.m Arllnjrton-9:lJa.ai2a.. lisOp.B m
p.m. wp. m saw p. in. . ,.
jotLH 4Alia, tnpi.
PANHANDLE BOUTB- -JULY 8. 188. UNIOS
station. Central Standard TUrt. Leave tor
uocinnau ana Bt. Loan, d 7a) a-To.) asm and
12:05, dlliH p.m.
u vm uu AvsBMea. zisit n. ra. sueasjk
-BThlk-. .l
a. ra., HAS,
S!SP."J?- Bteabeaville. SsSa. m. Wsshingtoa.
Sue, 8a- m.il.r38,4:4rt6p. ra. Bulger, 1-J
a.ra. BurgettstowB, all :3Sa.m."S:2S p. a. Ma
fleld, 70, 9:30, lls a. ra 18. 8:30, d 8:38; ItWS
4uto nvuvuavo, u i:SV Q VJ1S1
re
inm ue wen, ai:x,at
a. m.. 3:95, d3J5
eiw, m-.ja a. ra, zas, S.-45 p.
a. Mansflsid, 5:39,
8:39, 111408. m., 12:46. 3:50,
Bulger, 1:40 p. m. McDonald. HM a. m T
fSA 9-nA U - n m.
p. m.
d dallv ft Rnnitsv mlv, . mI.i ,nfe
Bundav. '
ALLEGHENY ' YALLET JCAILHOAU
Trains leave Union station (Eastern Standard
time)! KJttanalag Ae., 8:85 a. a.: Niagara Et.,
daily. 85 a. m., Ilaltan Ac, W:M a- a,; Valley
Camp Ac, 12-85 p. a.; UU City and UoKots
press, 3:00 p.m. ; HulMn Ae l.-aOp.m. t Klttanalag
Ac, 4:CQp.m.t Braebora Ki.,t)p.m.: KJHaaa
lag Ac, 6.30 p.m.; Braebara Ac. ea) p. m.: Hal
ton Ac, 750 p. ra.; Buato e1 08
M p. ra.; Halton Ac, 1:48 s.ra.t Braebarn Ac
110 p.m. Churoh tntas-fensbarn, BtCB.au
and t-M m. Fullraas parlor Baffet asi
deeping un unwra xinsBurg;
JAS F. ANDERSON, S.T. Agt
CAKQO. Qea. Bust.
betwtea Attsburg andBanua,t,j
AAA, V SAT Sk..j
PnTSBUKU AND WJswTEBN KAILWAY
Tralns(ct'lhHn'dtlMe) Leave Arrtve.
Day Ex., Akron,Toledo, Kane
BMOa
?ari
Bnuer Accommodation.......
Chicago Express (dally)
New Castle Accommodation.
BaMerand Foxbnrg Ac
osoa
11:49 n
i:ou p Ml
nu f
First etaH fare to CbJeago, M 58.
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