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THE ' PITTSBURG- "-DISPATTCH, -' SATURDAY. NOVEMBER ' 23, J889.1;
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Business only fair.
Unfavorable Weather Has Cheesed
a Free Movement of Trade.
THE LATENESS OP THE SEASON
Has an Effect Upon the Demand for Holiday
EICELLEK1 STATUS UF THE EAILWATS.
The Brazilian Eciolution Bad Very Little Effect on the
Unfavorable weather and a little mone
tary atringency at certain points, have re
duced the volume of trade somewhat. Iron
and steel products, however, are in good de
mand and prices are more buoyant
rprECTAX. TELEGRAM TO TOT O tSrATCH.1
New Yoke, November 22. Special tele
grams to Eradstreet's report a fair volume
of trade, except in holiday specialties.
However, the movement, checked by un
favorable weather and the lateness of the
season,.has been smaller than during Octo
ber, though still in excess of the total one
year ago. The New York State caDals will
close for the season next Saturday, and Buf
falo tide water shipments have ceased. The
approach of the close of lake navigation has
an influence on rail rates. Declining cattle
receipts at the West make prices steady,
but large offerings of hogs depress quota
tions. Perk is steady, and lard, on better
export request, is up 12 points. The "West
ern tobacco leaf crop is reported 15 to 20 per
cent less than last year, when it amounted
to 273,000 hogsheads.
Ecports from 99 railroads of gross and net
earnings to Bradslreet's for September show
a gain of 8.1 per cent in gross and of 18 per
cent in net over September. 1888. From
January 1 to September 30 105 railroads
show gains o'5.C per cent in gross and 13.1
per cent in net over the nine months last
year. Share speculation tends to improve
on the material conditions of railroads and
general business, but is unsettled bythe
narrow financial situation and apprehensions
ot an agitation in regard to the currency and
THE FISCAL POLICY
of the Treasury. Bonds are more active,
higher rates for money causing increased
sales of prime bonds, iloneyat New York
is easier, hnt is in a sensitive condition.
Call loans C7 per cent Foreign exchange
is steadv to firm on scarcitv of commercial
biils. Demand sterling $4S5i 83$. Bar
silver is lc higher, at PGc, on rumored
changes in the silver policy of the Govern
ment. Pig iron remains steady at 518 5019 00
for No. 1 at the East West the markets
are mure buoyant and advances are reported
at St. Louis and Cincinnati, although sales
are not active, as consumers are fairly sup
plied. More speculative purchases of
Southern are announced. Steel billets and
blooms are higher, and manufacturers are
oversold. Merchant iron is slightly higher,
as are nails at the West. Steel rails are 535
at the East and 537 at the West, a gain of
?8 per ton on the year. Bessemer pig is
higher. Copper is in better demand at 13
cents for lake, an advance of 2 cents within
"Very moderate offerings of raw sugar and
the needs of refiners at Atlantic ports, com
bined to establish an advance of c. Melt
ings by Eastern refiners ate 6 1-3 per cent
less for nine months of this year than last
while domestic stocks of raws are only 75
per cent of those held a year ago. The in
creased demand for refined advanced several
grade s 1-16 c The report of the revolu
tion in Brazil being quite pacific, coffee
prices were not aflected as might have been
expected. The lower crop estimates, moder
ate primary market deliveries and increased
domestic demand quickened speculation and
strengthened prices about 2ic- per
pound. There were dealings here in 532,000
bags for the week, more than double the
aggregate for last week.
There has been a tendency to weakness in
bresdstu2s this week. Receipts of spring
-wheat at the Northwest continue about as
heavy as heretofore. The export demand,
which increased noticeablv within a fort
night maintains only fair proportions.
Prices, however, remain hardly steady for
flour and JJsC lower for wheat, with
cabled demand light Tndian corn is off
lc on (cars of heavy shipments from the
interior. Oats are up Jc on better export
demand and firm holding. Bye is also up
Jc- Exports ot wheat (and fiour as wheat)
lrora both costs this week aggregate 1,801,462
bushels, against 2,591,530 bushels last week
and 1,44C,412 bushels in the like week last
year. The total shipped abroad from July
1 to date amounts to 40,818,780 bushels,
against 43,013.000 bushels in a like portion
of 1888 and 63,278,000 bushels in 1887.
Cotton and woolen goods present a sharp
contrast as regards demand and prices. The
former are in liberal request, and in the
case of brown sheetings, drills and print
cloths at advancing prices. Woolen men's
wear goods are moving slowly. Manufac
turers' efforts to get higher prices than last
season look dubious. The jobbing trade as
a whole is slow, the exception being in holi
day goods. Haw wool is in slightly better
demand, both at the seaboard and in the in
terior. Baw cotton is dull and featureless,
with a bearish tone, due to issuance of large
crop estimates on Liverpool.
Business failures reported to Eradstreet't
number 239 in the United States this week,
against 217 last week and 253 this week last
year. Canada has 34 this, week, against 39
last week. The total of failures in the
United States Januarv 1 to date is10,107,
against 8,902 in 18S9. "
EITECT OF THE BEVOLTJTIOJT.
K. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade
says: The Brazilian revolution has had
surprisingly little influence in the markets
as yet Coffee is only an eighth higher for
the week, and the new Government appears
to be so generally sustained that apprehen
sion of closing of ports or interruption of
trade has almost ceased. But it is possible
that the money markets were indirectly
affected to some extent through Europe,
where the uncertainty continues. The Bank
of England lost for the week fl.105,000, and
the Bank of France 430,000.
Here money has been scarce and dear at
times, tight at Philadelphia and decidedly
close at Boston. While the Treasury has
taken in for the week 1,630,000 more than
it has paid out, the heavy exports of
domestic products give strong assurance
that the money market will hardly be dis
turbed by demands from abroad.
The marketing of crops and movement of
money from this city to pay for them, have
prodnced an easier situation at Western and
Southern centers, and while no change is
reported at Chicago, and money is active at
7 per cent at Milwaukee, it is at other
points reported distinctly easier, or in
ample supply for legitimate business.
STEEL P.AILS STRONG.
The great industries are making steady
progress. Though the sale of steel rails at
$35, reported last week, was of small quan
tity and to a speculator, yet the market is
undeniably strong, and pig and most forms
of manufactured iron and steel fully main
tain previous quotations. The cotton man
ufacture has been doing, a steady business,
with firm prices, and as to its prosperity evi
dence is afforded by dividends averaging
9.73 per cent yearly on 33 Fall Eiver mills.
The woolen goods business does not appear
at Boston to be improving to any great ex
tent and I is D0W definitely settled that no
advance over last year's prices will be at
tempted, but there "has been more activity
in the wool market here, at Philadelphia
and at Boston, sales at Boston reaching 3,
000,000 pounds, though at concessions still
on transactions of magnitude.
Montevideo hides have sold at the lowest
price for 35 years, but more demand for
leather is noticed at Boston, especially for
wax and kip. Hardware is also selling
wMl. and lumber is in good demand. Bnbbv
was disturbed at first by fears that the
supply would be cut off, but with new Para
at 72 cents the apprehension is disappearing.
THE EISE IN" "WHEAT.
Wheat has risen e, with sales of 2,500,
000 bushels, and corn only c, with sales of
5,500,000 bushels. Oats rose c, and pork
products are higher. The general course of
prices has been upward, however, the ad
vance since November 1 having averaged
about i per cent on all commodities. Bar
silver has risen to 44d per ounce, in part,
perhaps, because of the report that the ad
ministration will provide issues of certifi
cates against bullion at market value in any
amount that may be deposited.
At Chicago the dressed beef receipts are
double those ot last year, and of provisions
more than double, while the drygoods trade
still quotes satisfactory results, with pay
ments easy in the country. The Minneapo
lis wheat market is very active, and the
lumber cut is put at 215,000,000 feet; trade
is satisfactory there and at St Paul, with
improving coflections. Business is improv
ing at Kansas City, especially in the holi
dav goods. Pittsburg notes still better
prices for some forms of manufactured iron,
glass active and firm, and a movement of
3,000,000 bushels coal down the river. In
leather unusual activity for the season is
observed, especially in morocco and goat
skins. On the whole, the outlook remains
The business failures number 277 as com
pared with 2C5 last week, and 267 the week
previous. For the corresponding week of
last year the figures were 296.
SOUTH CAROLINA EXCITED.
A White Jury Actually Convict Two Mur
derer Who Are Not Black.
ISFXCIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISFATCH.1
Charleston, S. C, November 22. A
strange thing has occurred in this State.
A white jury in Edgefield county has actu
ally convicted two white murderers, and
the entire State is excited on the subject
The edge of the sensation is a little blunted,
however, by a recommendation to mercy,
and the Governor will probably pardon them,
or at least commute their sentence to im
prisonment The murder was almost as bad
as the Jones incident The murderers,
William Carpenter and W. Murrel, were
riding along the public road, when their
victim Martin Younce, an inoffensive and
industrious young farmer, came along. As is
the custom in thecountry,he bade thegentle
men good evening. The murderers at once
drew revolvers and opened fire on the young
man. Younce begged them in God's name
not to murder him, but both men continued
to shoot until all the barrels in both pistols
were emptied. Younce died.
The jury recommend the prisoners to
mercy. It is the same jury that failed to
agree in the celebrated Jones case, tried
here last week.
T0EE UP STREET RAILWAY TRACKS.
The Major of llnrriaburg TJndoci Some of
the Work of a Corporation.
TSPECIAL TELiGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.1
HaeeisbDBG, November 22. The High
way Committee,of this city untilized a large
force of workmen to-day, in removing the
tracks of the Harrisburg Passenger Bail
way Company, put down yesterday without
an ordinance conferring on it the right to
lay the track. There was no resistance, but
the company appealed to the court for
redress. An application for an injunction
was made returnable next Tuesday. Mean
while the company will not be permitted to
extend its line.
It is claimed by the railway corporation
that its. charter, granted nearly a quarter of
a century ago, gives it the power to run
lines on any ot tue streets ot Marnsburg
without asking the consent of Councils.
AN EXPURGATED ED1TI05.
That U Whnt Eoseberry Wnnti Made or
the Housn of Lords.
London, November 22. Lord Eoseberry
addressed a meeting of Liberals at Glasgow
last night He said that the Liberal pro
gramme would alwavs be crippled until the
party adopted a radical and drastic resolu
tion dealing with the House of Lords.
Lord Eoseberry declared, however, that he
himself was not in favor,of abolishing the
House of Lords.
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CTHE ELECTRIC WIZARD is
the title of a story in to-morrow's
DISPATCH, in which Ernest H.
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MARGARET DELANO'S "FLORIDA DAYS."
The new booV by the popular author of "John Ward, Preacher." Is cordially received by
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U. P. HOME FOR THE AGED.
A Definite Decision Arrived, at In Regard to
tbo Dialler A Committee on Way and
The mothly meeting of the United Pres
byterian "Woman's Association was held
yesterday afternoon in the Sixth XT. P.
Church, corner of Station street and Col
lins avenue, Fast End. Mrs. H. C. Camp
Mrs. Long, of the Committee on the An
nual Entertainment, reported that the affair
would be held in Old City Hall, December
12 and 13. Mrs. Steele, the Treasurer, re
ported an association balance of $1,477 44 in
the Treasury, and a balance of the hospital
fund amounting to 595 01.
Mrs. Keed, one ot the managers of the
Orphans Home, which is under the care of
the association, reported that there were 41
children in the home. Three children had
been provided with homes during the last
month, and the institution is in excellent
condition Mrs. Heed stated that the con
gregation of Eev. J. O.McConnell, at Hills
field, "Westmoreland county, had extended
an invitation to 20 children of the home to
have them pav a visit to Hillsfield next
spring. The offer was accepted.
Mrs. "W. B. Price, of the Hospital Com
mittee, leported that at the meeting ot tbe
hospital directors held last "Wednesday the
officers elected were Dr. "Vincent, Chairman;
Mrs. A. P. Burchfield, "Vice Chairman;
Mrs. "W. B. Price, Secretary; Mrs. "W. W.
The next matter taken up by the associa
tion was the advisability of establishing a
Home for aged people. All were in favor of
such a plan and were almost unanimous in
the opinion that five or ten acres of land
should be purchased and a number of small
cottages erected, instead of fol
lowing the usual course of
haying one large building. Every lady
present had some idea in regard to matters
pertaining to tbe establishment of such a
Home; the conveniences which should sur
round it, and whether it should be entirely
a United Presbyterian association.
On motion of Mrs. Price a Committee on
"Ways and Means for establishing a Home
was" appointed by Mrs. Campbell. Tbe
members of the committee are: Mrs. Price,
Chairman; JUrs. a. u. uaers, juts. It. $.
Hill, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Flinn, Miss M.
C. Harper, Miss M. P. GUlifin and Miss E.
The Committee on Constitution for the
association was appointed to prepare a con
stitution for the proposed institution and to
decide tfie requirements necessary for the
admission to the Home, and also at what age
an applicant can applv. The Committee on
"Ways and Means shall decide the locality,
expense and all questions pertaining to the
erection and methods of raising funds. The
association adjourned to meet again Decem
ber 27, at the Eighth U. P. Church, Alle
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a. m., '12:30. 10 p. m. From Salamanca, 12-30,
"7:55 p.m. From Yonngstown and New Castle,
6:25, 9:a) a. m., '12:30. 5:40. "7:55. 10 p. m. Front
Beaver Falls. 5:23, '5:25, 7:20, .ffl a. m., '12:30,
1:20, 5:4a "7:55, 10 p. m.
P.. C. & Y. trains for Mansfield. 8:30 a. m., 3:M,
5.-05 p.m. For Essen and Beecbmont, 8:30 a.m.,
P.. C. Y. trains from Mansfield, Essen and
Beechmont, 7:03 a. m.. 11:50 a. m.
P., McK.&Y. B, K. DEPABT-For New Ha
ven, I'5:30 a. m., 3:Th p. m. For "West Newton,
15:30, 9:30 a. m.. 3:30, 5:20 p. m.
uknivx. iuiu .L.cn naicu. t ou a. 111., OllO
p. m. From West Newton, 6:15, J8:20a. m., 1:25,
5:15 p. m.
For McKeesport, Elizabeth, Monongahela Citr
and Belle Vernon, 6:30, l-.30, 11:15 a. m., 13.J0,
3:50 p. m.
From Belle Vernon, Monongahela City. Eliza
beth and McKeesport, 7:45 a. m., 7,3:20, 12:30, 5:00,
15:15 p. m.
Dally. ISundavs only. JW1U ran one hour
late on bunday. I Will run two hours late on Saw
Ity Ticket Office,, 639 Smlthfleld Street.
Liberty St, Cor. Smithfield.
Our claims for this shoo over all other $3 shoes
advertised are: .
It is more stylish, better fitting and durable.
It gives better general satisfaction.
Heaves more money for the consumer.
Its great success is due to merit.
It cannot be duplicated by any other manufac
turer. It is the best in the world, and has a larger de
mand than any othor S3 shoe advertised.
CCnnn will be paid to any person who will
pwl,UUU prove tbe abovestatementitobe untrue.
The following line of shoes will be found to be of
tbe same high standard of excellence.
$5 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
14 00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
13-50 POLICE AND FARMCRS' SHOE.
$2 50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
$2 25 WORKINDMAN'S SHOE.
$2 00 GUOD.WEAR SHOE.
S2 00 and SI 75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
swoei. - .Kuwra
' " "' ' KEW ADTEKTISEhfENTS. X , T
Jf" ". Vnaar? b 9 ffik ,. A. ,V ilfl - .jto"
frsV . Tr Vlr I II II II Aayoi7x Ml AAmm V
- Z?5y vCr AiC 111 11 atf g T tT1 n fCrXw9mTL
THIS WILL BE
A BIG, BUSY,
The Following Prices
from Near and Far to Pittsburgs weat
See the goods and prices in every store in the city, then come tomj Jp
and, if we don't save you fully 25 per cent we don't expect' you to ' ',.
purchase. , ,
Genuine Globe Mills Cassimere Suits at $5 to-day. ' , t
Fall River Mills Worsted Suits at $6 to-day. .
New England Mills Cheviot Suits at $j to-day. -
A lot of genuine Sawyer Cassimere Suits at 10 to-day. - ,
A beautiful line of fine Wide Wales, Scotch Cheviot and French Diag
onal Suits, warranted tailor made, at only $12 to-day. '
Several lots of Custom-made Imported Dress Suits, cut in the latest j4
shapes of Sack, Cutaway, Frock and Prince Albert styles, in the mostr
fashionable materials, at only 15 to-day. ,iV
A DRIVE AT MEN'S 0YERC0ATS!
If you want an Overcoat, buy it
wm never present iiseir.
uroou vumuuuia wvercuais ai
Brown Melton Overcoats, English
Imported English Uox Overcoats at only $9 to-day.
Gorgeous Silk-lined Chinchilla Overcoats at only 12 to-day. ,
Heavy Cassimere Storm Ulsters at 3 50 to-day. '
Fine Chinchilla Heavy Flannel-lined Storm Ulsters at $j to-day.
Handsome Scotch Cheviot Cape Overcoats at $q o to-day. '
Fine Scotclrand English Cape
The Special Feature in Our Hat Depart
ment To-day t
Will be the offering at away below the regular prices of thousands of
Men's, Boys' and Children's WINTER CAPS.
Men's Silk-lined Muskrat Caps, Turban, College and 'Driving shapes,
at 98c, sold all over town at $1 50. Men's French Seal Caps, Turban
and other popular styles, at $2. Men's Genuine Seal Caps (pieced)-at
only $2 50. Fine Alaska Seal Windsor Caps at only $j. Very Finest
Alaska Se'al Caps, all new shapes, from $5 up to 12.
See our special bargains to-day in juvenile headgear. Boys' Cloth
Polo Caps marked down to jic. Boys' Plush Polo Caps marked down,
to 19c. Boys' Beautiful Turbans at 20c. Boys' Stylish Windsor .Caps.
Pleated Jockey and Windsor Caps the latest, novelty for boys and girls
at only 50c.
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY
Who isn't interested in shoes
prices? You never knew how cheap
bought until you'll see our prices to -
Boys' and Youths', Mhses, Children's
bargain prices to-day.
Our Special $10 and $20 Ladies' Fine Newmarket Sale
Will Close To-Night.
Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street
From Piltfburg Union Station.
Traint Run by Central Time.
SoCmWEST SYSTEU-PAJIHA-NULE KOOTE.
Loire for Cincinnati and SUIoU. d J :15a. m..
d 7:30 a. m., d 9:90 and d 11:15 p. m. Dennison, 2:43
p. m. Clilcago, d 1:15 a. m. and 12:05 p. m.
WbeeUnir. 7:30 a. m.. 12:05, 8:10 p.m. Stenbcn
Tllle, 6:55a. m. Washington, 5:55, 8:35 a. m.. 1:55,
3:3;, 4:45, 4:55 p.m. Balirer. 10:10 a. m. Bargetts
town, a 11:33 a. m., 5:25 p. m. Mansfield, 7:15,
9:30. 11.00a. m 1:05, 8:30, d 8:30, 9:50 p. m. Mo
llonalds, d 4 15. d 10:43 p. m.
TBA1N9 abbITI from the West d 2:10, d 6:00 a.
m., 3:05, d 5:55 p. m. Dennison, 9:30 a. m. Steu
benyllle, 5:03 p. m. Wheeling, 2:10, 8:15 a. m..
3:05, 5:55 p. m. Bnrgettstown,'7:15 a. ro., S 9:05
a. m. Washington. 0:53, 7:3a 8:40, 10:25 a. a.,
2:33. 6:25 d. m. Mansfield, 5:35, 8:30, II :40 a. m.,
12:45, 3:55. 9:40 and b 6:20p. m. Bolger, 1:W p. m.
McDonalds, d 8:35 a. m., d 9:00 p. m.
NORTHWEST 8Y3TEM-1!T. WAYNE KOUTE.
Levre for Chicago, d 7:25 a. m., d 122', d 1:00, d
8:45, except Saturday 11:20 p.m.: Toledo. 7:25 a.
m., d 12:20, d 1:00, and except Saturday 11:20 p.m.:
Crtstllne, 8:45 a. m., aereland, 8:10. 12:45 d 11:05
p. m., and7:25o. m., Tll, Ft.W.C.Ky.:New
I'.cHa Mnrt VnitnirKfjiwn. 7;K a. m 12:20.3:451).
m : Yonngstown and Niles, d 12:20 p. m.:Mead- 1
vine, rtc and Asntaoma, v.uo a. in.. u:- p. m.,
Mies and Jamestown, 8:15 p. m.: Masslllon, 4:10
p.m.; Wheeling and Uellalre, 6:10 a. m.. 12:15,
S-SO-p. m.: Beayer Falls, 4:00. 5.05 p. m.; Bearer
alls H 8r20 a. m.;Leetdale, 5:30 a.m.
Depart from ALLEGHENY Kocbester, 8:10 a.
m.; Beaver Falls, 8:15. 110 a. m.; non, 3:00 p.
m.; Leetsdale, 5:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:43a. m.:l:15, 2w0.
4:30, 4:45. 5:30, 6:15. 730, S.-OOp. m.1 Conwav, 10:30
ip.m.; FalrOaksS Il:40a. m.: Beaver 1 alls, S
4:30p.m.; Leettdale. 8 930p.m.
Thai J. 8 AimiVE Union station from Chicago, ex
cept Monday. 1:30. d 6:00. d 6:3$ a. m., d 55 and
dC:50p.m.: Toledo, except Monday, 1:50. d 6:35 a.
m., 5:55 and 60 p. m.; Crestline, 2:10 p. m.;
Yonngstown and AewCislle, 9:10a.m..l:2o, 80,
10:15 p.m.; Mies and YoungatQTrn, a 6:50 p.m.;
Cleveland, d5:50 a. m., 2;2i, 7-00 p. m.; Wheeling;
and Uellalre. 9:00 a. m.. 2S5, 7.-00 p. m.: Erie and
Ashtabola, 1:25, 10:15 p. m.: Masslllon. 10:00 a.m.:
KHes anoT Jamestown. 9:10 a.m.: Beaver Falls,
7:30a. m l:10p. m.; Beaver Falls, a 82 p. m.:
Leetsdale, 10:40 p. m.
AEitiTK alleohihy, from Enon, 8.00 a. m.:
Conwav 6.40, Kochcstcr, 9.40 a. m.; Beaver Falls,
7.10a. m..5?30 p. m.: Leetsdale. 4.30. 5.50. MS,
6.50, 7.45 a. jn.. 12.00. 12.45, 1.45, 3.30, 4.30. 8.SO.9.0O
p. m.; Fair Oaks. S 8 55 n. m.: Beaver Falls, S
11 30p. m.; Leetsdale 6.05 p. m.: Beaver F.lls,
8 8. 15 p. m.
d. dally; S, Sunday only; other trains, except
BALT1MOKE AND OHIO KAILKOAD.
Schedule In effect November 10. 188?: , ,
For Washington. D. C, Baltimore, l'hlladcl
phlaandNcw York:. . m. and 9j2 p. m.
For Cumberland, 3:OJ a. m.. 1:00, ?:2o p. m.
For ConneUsvllle, tt:40and '8:00 a. m., lrtO, $1:00
and 9:20 p. m. For Union town, 18:40. fm) a. m.,
tl:0O and 14:00 p. m. For Mt. Fleasjnt, -16:40,
8:00 a. m.anrt fl:00 and 14:00 p. m. For JVash
lngton, ta., IAS and 49:40 a. m 3iB, 15311 1 and
"7:0 p. m. For Wheeling. "7)5, 19:40 a m.. "3;33.
7:30p m. For Cincinnati and St. Louis, "7a.
m 730 p. m For Columbus, 7:03 a. m., 730
p. m. For Newarlc. 7:C5, 19:40 a,m- 233, "7:30
p. m. For Chicago, '7:f and 30 p. ra.
lTalns arrive rrom New York. Philadelphia,
Baltimore and "Washington. 630 a. m T5 p.
m. From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago,
3:25a.m., "9:00 p.m. From Wheeling, '8:25,
100 a. m 15:00, 9:00p.m.
Tbroqgli sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago.
Conntllsvlllo accommodation at 53:35 a. m.
bnnday only. ... ,
The Pittsburg Transfer Company wjll call for
andchect baggage from hotels and residences
upon orders left at B. & . ticket office, corner
Fifth ave. and Wood st. CHAS. O. BCULL, Oen.
Pass. Agent. JTjU'DKLL, General Manager.
nTSBUUO AND , WESTERN KA1L.WAY
TralnsCCt'lBtan dtlmejl LeaTe. 1 Arrive.
Dav Ex., Akron, Toledo, Kane
Chicago Express (dally)
New- Castle Acrommoafttloa.
6:40 a m
9:00 a ml
737 p m
s-oo d m
12:49 p mi
i:-w b m
Butler ana Fexbarg Ac
First claw fare to Cttteago. tM 5.. Sctd ekM.
so. l'ullaa Btdat iftuwg f fmama,
vr .- J
Mwemoer Vis, 1889, uar -
will Bring ijhe People r
ON MEN'S SUITS"!
here to-day. A better opportunity
o 10-aay. p
Sack styles, at only $j to-day.J
Overcoats at 12 50 to-morrow."
in good shoes in good' shoes at
good, honest shoe leather can be ,
day. Men's Shoes, Ladies' "Shoes,
and Infants' Shoes all- will tgo It
PENWSYLYANIA KAILKOAD OJf AND '
after November 10, 1889, trains leavaUnloa -' ."'
Station, Flttsborg, aa follows, Eastern SaVadar .' w .
Timer .---' ,
MAIN LINE EASTWARD. J j, "j
.. . .. ...... ..' - -ft
ilBW lorxiDa idiiGaeoijiniiicu Oi iraiUBaa Vft
Atlantic 'Express dally for the East, 3:20 a.n
Mau train, Jally.exceptSundaTSiSUa. m. i
day, mall, s:40a. m. -f
UBTUpn:HUtHlH:.1UI. Q. .E
iau express oauy at inju p. m.
Eastern express dally at 7U3 p. m.
Fast Line dally at 8:10 p. m.
Oreensburgexpresaatlop. m. weekdays.'
Aierry upnn mwmja, weecaays, - I'Tet
All tnrongn trains connect at Jersey City wlatvi
boats of "Brooklyn Annexi forBrooklyn,ja..Yi''
avQiumguvituKiuuiseaou ouruej uirougQ Jl-
St. Louis. Chicago and Cincinnati Einmsfr 1
Mall Train, dally ., laon. m.
Western Expreai, daUy 7:4,5 a. ku. .
x-acuc juxpress, aaiiy ...140 p. n,
f'htrAmi Limited Uxnreu. datrv Qtt. m-
FastLlne, dally lldSpIm."..
3UUTUWJ3T fJCNi KAILWAX.
For Union town. 5:30 ana 833 a. m. and 4.-I3 av
m.. without ehancB of earsi 12.50 n. m.. etmnitcta
lng at Oreensburg. Trains arrive front Union-; ,
Ulnii . ..va. ui.. ... mmm auu 0..1 v Ul.
WEST FENNSXa.vANlA DlVISlOa.
From FEDEKAL OI. STATION. Allegheny CUT.
Mall train, connecting for Blalrivllle... ia. m, ,
ExDress. for Blalrsvllle. connecting for
Butler .................................... sSp.m.-
ioiierccai.. ...... .o: Aia. m 20 ana :npiB. 1
fprlngdale Accom9:00,ll:50a.m.3:30and 630 p.m.
recport AccOm 4:15. 8SUandll:40p. ra.
On Sunday , 12:33 and 9;Xp.n. '
North ADOlloAeeoni..... 11:00a.m. and 5Kn. m.
AJleglienv Junction Accommodation 830 a. m.
Blalrsvllle Accommolatlon ......llOp.-nu
Trains arrive at FED KKAL STREET HTATlOJtr
Expressi connecting front Butler 10:35 a. m.
wan Train. 1:45p.m.
Butler Aecom 9:10a.m., 4:40and7:3p. m.
Blalrsvllle Accommodation.... .9i52n. m.
Freenort Accom.7:40 a.m.. 1:25, 7:3 and 11:10 p. m.
On Sundav ..10:10a. m. and 7.-00 a.m. t
Bnrlnsdale Aceom. 637.ll:48a.ni..X:45.C:45svrm.
Nortii Anollo Accomu.... 8:40a. m. and 5:40 p. nu
Trains leave Union station, rituourg, at follows;
For Mononsrahela Utv. West llrowmvllle and
Unlontown, 10.40a.m. For Monongaheta City and'
ncs(irownjfiuias)siui iv:wa.m.ana 4ip.m.
On Sunday, ll p. m. Jtor Monongahela Citr, art!
p. m weekdava.
Dravosburg Ac. week days, J JO p. ra.
West Elisabeth Accemmodatlno, 8.20a.m., Ja,
6:3i and 11:25 p. m. Sunday, 9:40 p. m. -
Ticket offices Corner Fourth avenue and Try
street and Union statioa.
CUAS. E. rilUH, j, K. WOOD.. .
(jeneral Manizcr. OenU lass'r Acent.
ALLEGHENY YALLET KAILKOAU
Trains leave Union Button (Eastern Standard
tlme)t Urtunnlng Ae 8:85 a. m.j Niagara Ex..
dally. 8:V a. m., ilulton Ac., 10J3 a. m.; Valley
Camp Ac, 12.-05 JP. ri.: Oil City and DaBols Ex
press,2aVp.m.;Bultn Ac.,3i00p.m.: Kittanoug
Ac. 490ti.m.s .Braahnrn r-rsiont, ,n t Kltlaan
ing Ac.,5J0p.m.; Braebnrn Aea)p.m.:ilal
ton Ac, 7U0 p. TOT: Ballalo Ex., dally,
oiM p. n., najwD Ae, i:vt n.nu: uraeoum ac
1130 p. m. Church trains Bne burn. 12:40 p. a.
ind ffi35 p. n. Fnllman .Sleeping Car betwte
Jittlburg and Buffalo. 3AA. V. ANDERSON.
U. T. Ast.: DAVID MCUAKGO. Geo. Sunt,,
-piTTSBUKG- AND CASTLE SHANNON VB.(J
.a. onmmcr -j une xaoie. on ana imr war
1899, nptll further notice trains will runasfollowsl
uu Bicijr uay except sunuay. juuicrn auuu.,;
time: Leaving FUburr-a) a. m.. itua.uj.,!
!fll.ra 930 a. m., 1130 a. m.. 1:40 p. m, 3:40 p.
m., ouu p. m 5:50 p. m., s-p. m.. ip. L";vl
1130p.)m. Arllngton-4:l a. tn., SOa-m., 7:lv
a.in sna.m., loaoa. m., lwp.B,p.af
40p. m :10n. m.. 5:50 n. m.. 7!H)p. m.. W317;
p.m. Sunday trains, JeavlngrittJtnirg-Wa.mjj
fcao p. a,, J:iop. nv, 8:10 p. m, 7:10 p. m 93J
p. m ArunftoB-ullj a. m., II m 1 JD p. rx..,ai
JONES' BiAQICBOACH PO'
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