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GHJIffiS m COURT.
Colonel Blakely and Judge White
," Have an Oral War.
HINTS OP FINING THE JURY
follow the Stringent Eemarks of the Pris
EMMET COTTOK'S YERI KOTEL ALIBI.
Eeln to $50,000 Are Fi;bttng as Escheat to the
In Criminal Court yesterday some re
markably strong amenities passed between
Judge "White and Colonel Blakely, the
jury bearing the last words of the Judge
"with sundry qualms. Emmet Cotton estab
lished an alibi that would hare done Old
Veller's heart good. Other winnowing of
A peculiar little incident happened in
Criminal Court yesterday afternoon which
caused considerable merriment among all
present except Judge White, who grew a
trifle angry over the occurrence. The case
was that of Mary Freko jvs. John Schmitt
for aggravated assault and battery. When
the case was called Emmet Cotton, Esq.,
representing the defense, took" a seat at the
counsel table, in company with a young
Preko, the prosecutor, told the story
of the assault, how the defendant
had struck her on tha head with a brick,
and she exhibited the scar to the jury.
"When the witness was turned orer to the de
fense for examination, Mr. Cotton asked her if
ehe was sure the man sitting behind him was
the one who struck her. The witness said she
Mr. Cotton Now, ate you positive?
Witness Ye, sir. I am.
"John Schmitt," called out Jlr. Cotton, and
the one sitting at the table walked over from
back of the court.
Mr. Cotton Now. ain't that the man you
Witness Well, I declare to mygracions! that
is the man.
The defense then tried to prove an alibi, and
had witnesses who testified that on the night
when the assault is alleged to have been com
mitted the defendant was in Pitti-burc, whereas
the assault is alleeed to have taken Dlacc on
the Southside. In charginc the jury, Judee
White denounced the imposition practiced on
tbe witness, and his charge was anything but
favorable to tbe prisoner.
Colonel Archibald Blakely and Judge White
had a lively little tilt in Criminal Court yester
day. It was during the trial of a man named
Jobn Aubrey for selling liquor without license.
Judge White made a remark that the evidence
was overwhelming, and be increased tbe de
fendant's bond to JLO0O- Colonel Blakely took
exceptions to the Jndge's remarks and said
that ilia Honor
HAD 1JO EIGHT
to make them and allow them to be heard by
Judge White retorted that Mr. Blakely was
tbe only attorney at the Allegheny county bar
Who would impucn tb.3 actions of tbe bench.
Colonel Blakely, in addressing tbe jury,
stated that they were the judges of the law and
Judge White interrupted to sav that the jury
werenot the judge of the law. The bench was
tbe proper place from which the law should be
taken. When chargingthe jury the Judge re
cited to tbem a little storv wherein a certain
jury did not take the law from the Court, and
the Judge sitting at the time thereupon fined
tbe jurors and committed them to jail.
The jury returned a verdict of guilty against
FIGHTIAG AN ESCHEAT.
A Jon Trial on n Will Agreed to by the
A motion was made in the Orphans' Court
yesterday to have an issue certified to tbe Com
mon Fleas Court for a jury trial in the matter
of tbe estate of Mrs. Mary McD. Hazlett. Mrs.
Hazlett left an estate valued at from 50,000 to
560,000. Sbe bad been declared a lunatic a
number of years before her death, and George
Murdy appointed a committee to take charge
At her death a will was filed leaving all her
estate to Murdy. The Register refused to
admit the will to probate, as it had been made
after she had become a lunatic and was in care
of Murdy. Tbe Register was sustained by the
another will, made by Mrs. Haz
lett prior to tbe one leaving tbe estate to
Murdy, was filed. This eave her possessions to
her deceased husband's relatives, sbe having
none of her own. Though tbis wag also made
while she was a lunatic it was admitted to
probate on the grounds that it had been made
during a lucid interval, and made a reasonable
disposition ot her property.
After tbis disposition of the Register, C. F.
McKenna, Esq.. obtained authority from the
Auditor General of tbe State, and commenced
proceedings to escheat tbe estate tv tbe Gov
ernment. In order to do this he has first to
have declared void the will leaving the prop
erty to Mr. Hazlett's relatives. It was in this
case that tbe move was made by the bene
ficiaries under tbe will to have tbe case taken
into the Common Fleas Court for a jury trial.
COURT TRIAL LISTS T0-DAI.
A, I.nrKe Number r Cases to be Judicially
In Common Pleas No. 1 Taylor vs P. fc W.
H. R. Co; Schwabel vs Snoder et al; Eountz,
trustee, vs Tbompson; Casey & Co. vs Keil t
Bon; Edgar, administrator, vs Edgar; Ball vs
Mooney; Davis et ux vs Ache et al; Wesley
"VB Hatry et al; Keelen vs Hatry et al; McGilli
cudy vs Dennv Committee; Gearing vs Glad
den gar; McKinney et al vs Fawcett et al.
In Common Pleas No. 2 Connvs Bailey;
Trombs et al vs Price, administrator; M. L.
i J. T. Co. vs P., C. t St L. R. R. Co; Young
vs Soog; Cass, administrator, vs Bootes.
In Criminal Court Commonwealth vs James
It Orr, Patrick Griffin et al. Miles Ijaughlin
et ah .Laura Bailey, Minnie Fleming, A. D.
Miller et al. J. B. Ford, Mary Lynch, Philip
Soleman, Thomas and Enoch Iyowrey (3),
Mary Murphy, John Schmitt. Norman Sahitz,
Mary Weir, Margaret Breathamer et al,
Thomas McClellan, Thomas Kearney (2),
Amelia Metier et al, Joseph Shnga, Benjamin
Rosenblatt, Samuel Abernethy (2).
A MISSING HEIR,
A'fComforlable Share of an Estate Awaits
The will of Mrs. Eliza Warden was filed yes
terday for probate. Mis. Warden bequeathed
her house and lot, at No. 14 Townsend street,
and her old Irish eight-day clock to her cousin,
George Glass. To her friend, John H. Taylor,
she gave her books and bookcase.
To Messrs. Glass and Taylor and Mrs. Fanny
Feely she gave her household effects, etc, to
he divided equally. To Mrs. Fanny Feely and
Such Warden she gave the balance of her es
tate. Warden is tbe son of her late husband
and, sbe states, was last heard of in San Fran
cisco. If he does not claim hii share within
two years it is to go to Mrs. Feely. George
Glass and Jobn H. Taylor were appointed ex
ecutors. Mr. Glass, having died recently, the
letters testamentary were issued to Mr. Taylor.
WAS THE M0KEI L0AXED?
No Evidence Forthcoming und a Non-Suit
In the suit of Charles Reltz, executor of John
N. Shubart, against Michael Groetsch, a com
pulsory non-snit was entered yesteruay against
the plklntift The suit was to recover J1.400,
alleged to have been loaned by Shubart to
bhnbart was a musician and lived with
Goetscb. He was known to have had 1,400 in
his trunk, bat after bis death It could not be
found. It was claimed that he had loaned It
to Groetsch and suit was brought, Groetsch
and the members of his family denied all
knowledge of the money and no evidence to
the contrary being forthcoming a non-suit was
Criminal Court New Tipstaves.
In Criminal Court yesterday A G. Mueller,
Matbew Boyce and Thomas H. Pender were
announced as new tipstaves. Mr. Mueller
"takes tbe place of Victor Erb, who disappeared
come time ago.
In tbe filesbes of tbe Law.
Tee suit of Louis King against Emily E.
Tassey. an rcUod on a contract, is on trial be
fore Judge Collier.
Chabixs Mitchell, Esq., yesterda was
appointed commissioner to take testimony in
the divorce case of "William Ik Adams against
In the suit of Emily E. Tassey, adminis
tratrix of John Rowland against Isabella Huey,
an action on a bank account, a verdict was
given yesterday for til for tbe plaintiff.
The jury's out in the suit of the Odd Fel
lows' Savings Bank against L. C. Wynkoop.
The suit is to recover on notes of the Pittsburg
Silverware Company indorsed by Wynkoop.
In the suit of John W. O'CouuolL executor
of Mary McSwiggan, against David Baker, an
action on a mortgage, a verdict was given yes
terday in favor of the plaintiff for $1,019 53.
John Clakk, Harry Fisher and Edward
O'Toole were yesterday acquitted of a charge
of assault and battery preferred by L. Levi.
Tbe prosecutor was ordered to pay tbe costs.
In the suit of W. H. Berry and Ward E. Bor
land against the Germanla Fire Insurance
Company, an action on a policy, a verdict was
given yesterday in favor of the plaintiffs for
In the suit of the Bellevernon Saw and Plan
ing Mill Company against Emanuel Randolph,
to recover on a contract for building a house, a
verdict was given yesterday for 5724 92 for the
The bond of Charles Hays, Esq., in the sum
of $20,000. as committee of George B. Sterritt, a
lunatic, was approved yesterday. Mr. Hays
was appointed committee to succeed J. H.
Murdoch, Esq., who resigned.
A NON-SUIT was entered against tbe plaintiffs
yesterday In the case of Michael O'Conner and
others against the Allegheny Valley Railroad
Company, owing to the absence ot the plaintiffs
when the case was called for trial.
John A McInernv yesterday entered suit
against the Pittsburg Traction Company to re
cover $200 damages for the death of ahorse.
The horse was struck by a car and killed at the
corner of Ross street on October 31.
Michael Gallagher yesterday received a
verdict for $1,000 in his suit against the cltvof
Pittsourg, an action to recover damages for in
jury to property caused by water from a sewer
flowing into his cellar and over bis grounds.
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In What Respect is Chamberlain's Cough
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WE WILL TELL YOU.
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It is the only remedy that will cause the
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It is the only remedy that will counteract
the effect of a severe cold, and greatly miti
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as soon as the first symptoms of the cold ap
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instances, that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
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It is theunly remedy that will invariably
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It is the only remedy that bas cured
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It is the only remedy that will prevent all
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It is pleasant and safe to take. There is
not the least danger in giving it to children
in large and frequent doses, which are al
ways required in cases of croup aud some
times for whooping cough.
It is pnt up iu large bottles for the price.
Many persons who have used it for years
and know from experience its true value,
say that a CO cent bottle of Chamberlain's
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For sale by E. Q. Stuckey, Seventeenth
and Twenty-fourth streets, Penn avenue,
and corner Wylie avenue and Pulton street;
by Markell Bros., Fenn and Frankstawn
avenues; by Theo. Ibrig, 3610 Filth avenue,
and by Carl Hartwig, Butler street, Pitts
burg;' and iu Allegheny City by E. E.
Heck, 72 ind 191 Federal street; Thomas E.
Morris, corner Hanover and Preble avenues;
Fred H. Eggers. 172 Ohio street, and F. H.
Eggers & bon, Ohip and Chestnut streets.
A Thanksgiving Snsprlse.
A great many men treat themselves to a
new overcoat or suit just before Thanksgiv
ing Day, and we have arranged a gennine
surprise to induce good dressers to call at
our store to-day aud to-morrow. An entire
new lot of men's fine chinchilla and kersey
overcoats in four shades (blue, gray, black
and brown), about 1,200 in all, will be sold
for a 510 note apiece. Remember to-day ana
to-morrow only they will be sold at $10.
They are first-class garments, well gotten up
and we can safely mention them as the prize
bargains of tbe season. P- C. C. C,
Cor. Grant aud Diamond sts., opp. the new
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS BANK, LIM-,
401 Smttbfield Street, cor. Fourth Avenue,
Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $50,000.
Deposits of $1 aud upward received and
interest allowed at 4 per cent. tts
All-America's Feast Day.
Tour Thanksgiving dinnea won't be com
plete without some of Marvin's delicious
wedding fruit cake or plum pudding. They
are made from the purest materials of our
own importation, and are unsurpassed.
Order through your grocer. nirra
E. S. Giles, Federal street, Allegheny,
with his accustomed enterprise, offers a nov
elty to the fair sex in way of gaslight open
ing of evening bonnets on Tuesday, Nov.
26, 5 to 9 o'clock.
Obdeb your photos and crayons for the
holidays now at Lies' Popular'Gallery, 10
and 12 Sixth st. Cabinets 51 per doz." aud
extra panel picture. ttsu
Fine Carriage Robes,
For operas, receptions and weddings, (50
to $250 each. Jos. Hoene & Co.'S
Penn Avenue stores.
panel picture. Lies'
and 12 Sixth st
$T per doz. Extra
Popular Gallery, 10
See our exposition of new holiday goods
now on sale. Bog a 3 & Buhl.
For a good fitting dress suit or overcoat
go to Pitcairn's, 434 Wood street, ttsu.
F. & Vs. Pilsner beer is the pleasantest
stimulant iu the wotld.
But Broncho latest dance music sale
only at Kappel's, 77 Fifth ave. x ttsu
Its superior excellence proven in millions of
homes for more than a quarter of a century.
It Is used by tbe United State Government.
Indorsed by tbe beads of the great universities
as tbe Strongest, Purest and most Healthful'
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia. Lime of Aram. Sold only
in cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
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MR, PENDLETON DEAD.
A Distinguished Statesman, the Late
Minister to Germany,
PASSES AWAY, AT BEDSSELS.
The Originator of the Ohio Idea and an
Earnest Advocate of
THE PBESEHT C1Y1L SEBTCCE LAW.
A Conspicuous Figaro In Rational Political History for
Hon. George H. Pendleton, ex-Minister
to Germany, died iu Berlin Sunday night.
A sketch of his career in State and national
politics is appended.
Bbusskls, November 25. Hon. George
H. Pendleton, late United States Minister
at Berlin, died in this city last night A
brief biographical sketch is given below:
George Hunt Pendleton was born in Cincin
nati July 19, 1825. He came of Whig and Fed
eralist stock, his grandfather having been
Major Nathaniel Pendleton, Adjutant Gen
eral, aid and the most trusted friend of Gen
eral Nathaniel Greene, and afterward United
States Jndge in Georgia; and his father,
Nathaniel Greene Pendleton, a Whig leader in
Cincinnati, a Representative in Congress dur
ing Harrison's administration, and a devoted
follower of Henry Clay. "Gentleman George,"
as tbe present subject has long been familiarly
called, received his education aj the Wood
ward High School and Cincinnati College, and
in IBM went to Europe, where, after some time
spent in study at Heidelberg, be traveled for
three years, and became acquainted with
languages, manners and men in all tbe chief
Returning home, he began tbe practice of the
taw lnpartnersnip witn ueorge n r ugu, uw
hited States Senator. At the same time
he allied himself with the Democraticparty,
and made himself a factor in Ohio politics. In
1853 he was elected to tbe State Senate. In 185)
he ran for Congress, and was beaten, but two
veara later was elected, and three times there
after was returned, serving until 1MS5. In the
campaign of I860 be supported Douglas for
HIS CABHBB IK CONGRESS.
He was prominently spoken of for Speaker of
the House, but Republican ascendency pre
vented success in tbat direction. He was ap
pointed upon tbe Committee of Ways and
Means, having previously served on the Judi
ciary and Military Committees. He urged the
payment of Government bonds in greenbacks,
thus originating the notorious "Ohio Idea" of
inflation. In 1864 he was prominently men
tioned as a Fresidental candidate, but the ma
jority of the delegates being in favor of a mili
tary man. General George B. McClellan was
nominated as tbe Democratic candidate for
President, with Mr. Pendleton as candidate for
the Vice Presidency. Tbe issqe of the election
was adverse, only Delaware, New Jersey and
Kentucky casting their votes for McClellan and
In 1866 Mr. Pendleton again received the
nomination of bis party for Congress, but,
although he ran ahead of his ticket, he was
defeated. At the Democratic National Con
vention, held in New York in 1868, his name
stood first among tbe Presidental candidates,
and the Ohio delegation had been instructed
to vote for him, but after a protracted ballot
ing his name was withdrawn and Horatio Sey
mour made tbe nominee of tbe party.
AS A CIVIL SERVICE BEFOBMEB.
In 1871 be was President of the convention in
which the Democracy of Ohio made the famous
new departure platform and declared their
acquiescence in the new amendments to tbe
Constitution. His term of service as a United
States Senator began on the 4th of March, 1867,
as the successor of Stanley Matthews.
Mr. Pendleton's chief political reputation of
late years has restedupon his advocacy of tbe
civil service relorm bill, which he originated,
and which owes its passage mainly to his labors
and sagacity. On account of bis prominence
in this matter, but in spite of the enmity which
his honesty created, be was honored with the
appointment to the German mission by Presi
dent Cleveland. Mr. Pendleton was a graceful
speaker, a versatile scholar, and a polished
mmol the world. He was married in 1816 to
Miss Alice Key, daughter of the author of
"The Star Spangled Banner" and niece of ex
Chief Justice Roger B. Taney. They had a son
and two daughters. They had a handsome
mansion in Cincinnati, a "cottage" at Newport,
and a fine bonse in Washington, where they
ranked among the most exclusive and aristo
cratic of families.
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X txuti'A ih x. Bcneaoieineneci W0Tern6erl7,
18S9. Central time. DurART-JTor CleyeUnd,
5:00.8:OOa. ra.. '1:35, 'iOU, :30 p. m. For Cin
cinnati, Chicago and St. Louis. 5.00 a. m.. '1:36,
9i30p.ru. For Bufflo. 8:00 a. ra., 4:20, 0p.
ra. For Salamanca, 8:00 a. m., 4:2) p. m. For
Youngstown and Newcastle, 5:00, '8:00, 10:15 a.
m., '1:35, 4.20. 9.S0 p. m. For Beaver Falls,
5-00, 7-3H, 8:00, 10:15 a.m., 1:35.3:30, M SO, 5:50,
9:3up. m. For Chartlers. StOO, 1533 a. m., 5:35,
8:55,7:15.7:30. 8:05, 8:30. '9:50,10:15a.in.,12.-O5,n:3B,
112M, 1:40. 8:30, 3:50, 14:30, 3:05, 5:20. '8:10, 10530
ABBTO From CleyeUnd, 8:23 a. m 12:30,
5:40. 7:55p. m. From Cincinnati, Chicago and
St. Lonls, 'I2.3S, 7:55 p. m. From Buffalo, 8:3S
a. m '12:3010 p. m. From Salamanca, 12.30,
7:55 p. m. From Youngtown and New Castle,
6:25, :20 a. m., 12:30, 5:41. "7:55. 10 p. m. From
Bfaver Falls. 5r35, 8:2S, 7:20, S:20 a. m., "12:30,
1:20,5:4a "7:35, 10 p.m.
P.. C. ft Y. trains for Mansfleld. 8:30 a. ra.. 3:30,
5.0S p. ra. For Essen and Deechmont, 8.30 a. m.,
P.. C. & Y. trains from Mansfleld, Essen and
Beechmont, 7:08 a. ra., 11:59 a. m.
P., McK. 4Y. B. B.-IJlPaBT-Kor New Ha
Ten. 15:30 a. m., 3a(p. m. For West Newton,
15.30, 8:30 a, m.. "3:30, (:20 p.m.
Ansrvr From New Haven, $8:20 a. m., "3:15
p.m. jrum iywinsnwu,o:u,o;Mi,a.tia3l
S:15 p. ra.
For MeKeesport, Elizabeth. Ilonongahela City
and Belle Vernon, 6:30. 17:30, 11:15 a. m., 13:30,
From Belle Vernon. Monongabela City. Eliza
beth and McKf esport, 7:43 a. m., j9:20. 12:30, 5:00,
15:15 p. m.
Ually. TSandaya only, twill run one hour
late on Sunday. I Will run two hours late ou San-
Cl'ty Ticket Office, 639 Smlthfleld Street.
MUMS' DAILY CARD OF IfON
it is to be hoped that the
Verily, competition is the life of trade! And this is,
true of Clothing houses as well as of World Fairs. :It-"
places the consumer in an independent position. He can
buy'where he sees fit, and he generally sees fit to buy
where he gets the best value for his money. Were it
not for the sharp competition in the clothing trade and
the consequent comparisons by the people of the induce
ments offered by the various houses, Kaufmanns' would
never have attained their present foremost position. The
latest evidence of our
GREAT AND GROWING TRADE-
is the large new addition of our building. Its finishing
touches are now being put on, -and by the end of tfiis
week it will be ready for occupancy, and then we willlb!
in possession of the largest and handsomest storerm' the?
city all contradictions of jealous rivals notwithstanding.
In the meantime, however.
- - r
v' '- Bargain
WILL : HOLD
To-day, to-morrow, and up to 12 o'clock (noon)
Thursdav we will deal out to our customers the most es
ceptional and extraordinary values irr Clothing; Cloaks,
Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods ever seen or heard'
of. Why shouldn't we? Thanksgiving is here and we
more than many others have something to be thankf 3
ful for. The people never have bestowed upon ussb 1
large a patronage as this year. And isn't one good, turn '
worth another? We consider it our duty to give our
customers a grand treat; and they shall haveit ,this
Thanksgiving week in the shape of grand and matchless ,
bargains. , r , jAL
'.j.i'Everybody-isvinvited 'to 'callandjparjicifSj
dinner bell is ringing! The feast is readyL Com
get your Thanksgiving bargains, . "
fcNote! Our store
day till 12 o clock (noon.
Fifth Avenue and
XI?TTT L.3 A. H. .
TT JLJTJLilJ'eji..i J4
From Pijlsbarg Union Station,
Train Rim br Central Time.
HO OTHWEST BYUTEX-FAJfHAJiULE BOUTJS.
Leare ror Cincinnati mad St. .Louis, d 1:13 a. m.,
d 7:39 a. ro..d : and d 11:13 p. m. Xiesnlsou, t-M
p. m. Chicago, d 1:15 a. m. and 12:05 p. m.
Wheeling, 7:30 a.m.. 12:05, 6:10 p. m btenben
Yltle, So a. . Watnton, 5:35. 3:35 a. m.. 1:3V
3:304:43. 4:56 p. m. Bulger, 10:10 a. m Bnrgetta
town, 8 11:33 a. m., sas p. m. Mansfleld, 7:13,
SdS.ll.S9a. m- 1:06, aa, d8-J0, 3:50 p.m. Me
Uoaalo. d 4 IS, d 10:43p.m. ......,
TBArsR ABRirafrom the West d J:1CL d .-t .
Lm., 3:06, d5:55p. m. DennUon, 9:39 a.m. Stea-
oeaTUie, aB p. m. n oeeunfr, :iuv ;. m..
3.-03, 8:35 p. m. Burfetutown. 7Ui a. m., S J.-0J
a. ra. WaaMnjcKHL. 6:36, TJA 3:40, 10S3 a. m..
2:33. 3:33 n. m. .MansBeld, 5:3S, 8:30, 11:40 a. m.,
12:43, 3 M. 3:40 aadHBlo p.m. Ualger, 1:43 p. m.
HcSeaaldt, d 6:36 a ra., a B:39p. m.
KOKTHWEST sTsriai-rr.-WAiNi: BOUTK.
Leare for Chicago. d.7ds a. m., d 12:2'. dl.-Oa d
8:43. except Saturday Ilr39 p.m.: Toledo. 7:23 a.
m., dlt.-SO, dlrta, and except SatnnJaj-liaOo.m.
CrotUne. 5:46 a. ra., QeTefand, :ia 12:43 d U:CS
p.m., and7:3Sa.m., TtaP., Ft,W.4CBr.:Ne'ir
Cutie and Icrangstoirn. 7:06 'a. m.. 13.-20. 3:45 p.
ra tToangstown. and Miles, 412:20 p. m.:Mead-
Tiue, axie ana Asawotus, iw m. m.. u p. id.s
Nfl nil JimMtAwn. 2:4a Tl. m
T Whrllnr and KellAlre. 8:10 a. 13.. 12:15.
f:50p.io.r BeaTerJ'alU,4:00. 55 p. m.:BeaTer
rIU S8d0 a. m.;LeeUdle. 3.30 a.m.
UBPAKTfROK jLLLSOHKHT-Boebester, J a.
m.;BeaTerll, 8:13. Uo a.m.5 Knon, IM p.
m.l LeeUdale, 53o, SKKVlOdO, 11:43a. m.:l:15, 2aft
i-JB, 4:43. i-M. 8:18. 7:30. 9)0 p. m.: Comrar, 13:38
J Vm.; FalrOakaS U:40a.m.: Bearer Fallv H
:30 p.m.: Ieetsdale. B9J0p. m.
TKLTS3 ahbitx Union lUUon from Cnlcaao.ex.
I eept Monday. 1:80, d 30. d 8:33 a. nv, a SrtB ana
r dcao p. i.r Toledo, except Monday, 150, dJ5a.
ra., 3:33 and 8tf0 p. m.r cresiune, my p. m.j
Yonatownand AewCaiUe, 9:10a.m.. 16, 109.
10H5p. m-r Mlei and younastown, Q:S0p.rfl.;
UleTviaad. dS-JO-a. m., 23V 7-00 p. m.: Wheelln
and Belhrtre. 9:00 s. m.. 2J6, 7:00 p m.: Erie and
Ashtabala, 1:26, 10:13 p. m.:-MMUIon. 10.-00a.ra.;
Nllee ano7jametoTrn, 9:10 a. m.: Bearer yalls,
7:10a. m., l:lOp..;BeaTer Stilt, B 303 p.m.;
Leetcdale, 10:40 p. m. .
Absitz ALLiOHIJrr, from non, 8.00 a. ra.;
coaways.4D, Koenesier, mii iotcti,
7.Hla. m.. 8.30. p. m.t Leetadaler 4.30, 3.S0. 8.1V,
8.30, 7.46 a. m.. 12.00. 12.43, 1.48, Z 4.30. 8.30; 9.08
'p.m.: Fair Uaks. 8 8-56 a.m.; Bearer Fall. S
1130 p. su: teetsdale, S 8.06 p. 11.1 BeaTer jrll,
d'. d5l7;'S,,SandaroBlj; other tralni, except
BALT1MOKE AMD OHIO EAILKOADv
BehednIeiaeectNoreiaber 18, 1889:
For WaBlBKWB, D. a, BalUmore. Fhlladet
Eaad Wew York. 8r30 a. ra. and "9:20 p. ra.
CamberlaHd, 8:60 a. m 31:00. qop.m.
DoBneUarUle. 8:40 and 8rf . ratljpo, JlaTB
and ao p. ra. Tor Daloatoirn, 9:40, "8:00 a. m.,
31:00 and 349 p. nv For Mt. FleawnV '$
8 a. ra. aut -fl:00 and J4.-00 p. rn. For Wui.
injOB, fa., 7.-e3and:40a. m.,JZ'Jt, ttdBuid.
7:p.ra. FoWheelin(r.7:OS, :40am. :33.
7:n. ra. For ClaolnnaU and St. Louis. TiOSa.
ra., "7:3B p. ra, For,Colnmbn, 1M a. m h!0
p.ra. Forewarlt.7ai6v:40a-BT "Jnso
p. 3a. For CUlcajro, 7ro8 and ia, P.rn,
Trains arrtfe from Meir Tork; .Philadelphia,
BattlMOi aud "Washington. "830 a. bu,3 p
ra. From Colnmbsa, Clncloaatl and Chicaica,
3:a. ., 3:00, .. Frera WheeUa, 38,
xBroafraateepiBcears v imw niw"-
at J3dS a. ra.
The PHtabarr TraMfsr CeaMBT will call for
ad ofcect baraace from h4U and residence
uwm orders left at B. k O. Meket- oAee,. corner
TWti are. and Wood st. CHAM. O. WJULU Ota.
FasAffent. J.T. O'UKLL, eMral Manager.
PHTSBOKO ANU WBBTE11N BAWVTAX ?.B.
Trains (Ct'ltauUUei Lwvu. ArrlTe. l
I " i am i i- i i ii " i I- n ii ii -in - mmm
Way Ex.. Akrom. Toledo, Ttanel 8:43 a a 7 p m -ar
JisiiiMAMMBBodattsa.V.....I Mis iMsa 13
Wats toM (s)....(, 3 p iijg m r
fcwtl4Vclriol8is.lp ra J a a i t
BS Miga art It ititii'tf B wtrtwj 'fc.'f ia JBW
wpV v3pBsbs31 ajgsja 3jVB3ajB33W a.saaaajji Irrt
November 26, 1889.
l "Keen contentions ana eager riTalrf ex."
THE WORLD'S W
WHERE WILL IT M
New York and Chicago' are ,
fighting for the prize.
Pittsburg, the greatmanu
facturing center of theiUniont
plays no unimportant parLfin
deciding' the contest ,
Her aid and influence"
means much to the contend
ing rivals. At all event&ttlie "
competition cannot help? but
prove beneficial. It will bring
rout the advantages and diijad-1
vantages of both cities, and;.5
best one will get the fair.
-. THE : BOARDS.
- , fm.
will be open Thanksgiving
a v. T t'H m. TMT . iu.t
MU. -. jm X 49 fP"V- 1
OESnayLVAiA kailkuau om and
JL after SoTcmber 10, 188K, 1
Statloa, Flttsborft u loUoirl.
after NoTcmber 10, 138K, trains tears TJaloa
MAIS TJSZ EASTWABB-. ' ;
KevTorlE and Chicago mal4 fnWaiaTe.
ttbnle dallyat tsM a. ra.
Atlantle Expresa dally IbrtaeJtost, 3ta.m.
Kan train. daUy.exceat SaadaK Ms. aw ea-
day, mall, 8:40a. m. ''ifrex f-
UKj express oaiir ssm a. is.
Mall express dallyat l.tson. ra.
KilUdelpWa express daily at OI y. a.
xosienx expxsa uuriituap.
Greenshura! exprsssotio p.
m. week day.
ironjeh tralaa connect at Jnwr Oraj slss.
nrookira Annex" far Broofcln.-orAT
aroldlocdouhleftrrlac aad ioarar Mtasrafc JU
Trains arnrs at uaiom araraea m nm hi
St. Loals, Chlcaso and Cincinnati Ksprcsa.' -'-
Mxtt TralB. dally ............. SUOo. nu.
Western Kxpress. daHy.... 7:45 a.m.
rtcMc Express, dally .-...12:4Sp; nu.
Chlcuo IJffllUi Express, dally.. .... 9:30 p.m."
ttouTirwEsr i-jtsj jjailwai. .i
Tor UBlostoim. 3:30 and 3:36a, cand4dB3u "
su, wl-thottt cbanne of c-n: 12.30 p. ra., connacs- "
lng at Greessbarfr. TralM arrtre froai Ualoa- '.
towa at 9:43 a. ra.. 138. 5:36 and 8:10 p. m.
V71SBT r&XKSXufX8LlL luvlsioa.
Frera FXUBKAX SIV STATION AlleiBrar CSty.
MM traaa. eonne4jr far JNalnrUle.. 3:4ft a. sw
xprws, far gisdrtrttM, coaaecUnr for
Butler . - s . ajiii.ra.
BaSer Acossu 8a--2a5and 3:48 s. a.
Barisgdate Accoa3.Udea.ra.3d0aad 836 p. ra.
reortAeeom.... ...... 4:13. 3i20aBdll:48n.m
OvSanday .. J2d8 and 9:30a. ra.
Karth ApcUo Acoom. ....11:03 a. m. and 30 p. m.
AMaichenT Jnnctiea Aecoramodatton tea a. a
Watayllla AetoBuaodatloa llrtOp. .-
Bxprass, oobs(s from Batler........W J5a. ra.-
XattxrsJa.. . , ...l:op.ra. .,
BtlerAei 9:10 a. ra., 4:40and7Sp.ra.l'-v
BtelrsrUle Accomiiio4Uob..... JiEp. ra.'E,
treenort Aecora.7:4 a.ra.. 1 JS. 75 and U:lOp. a.
on Bnnoay...............iouoa. nu ana da p. m. .4
VorthABeU Acetsa. '.3:49a.m. and 3:49b. 1
sHlNlKlniMrr.i division. ii
Train! laTnTTTilini...iiii.i MlTrinitpr tlftllffMll
For MoaoaJmhela. CKy, WeBroirnsTlll,a4
tJnlontorrn. :40 a.ra. For Mononaaheu Oltyaadsj
n srewacruie, i aaa io: a.m. ana " w
On Sandar. l.-sl n. ra. For Mononaaaela CKr. 5:41
UraToafesiricAe., week dart, SdOp.
West Rlisabeta Aeaeaaodatlon, ft
:20a. raw J33.i
8duasdU3pB, Baaday. 9:40 p.m. '
.iicKct bmbm forger xetnTut aranne ana i
met and Union staUsa.
eean rass'r AMa4va
A tiiKertEjrr VAiutr kailuoai
XlJrsiBs lears Uaioa S4slon (Bastem Standard
Urae)t lUtfaaalacAe I a. ra.: Kuaarj-Kau
Csaap Ac, 3. a. at.. Oil tr aad Vm:
lag Ae5.an. ra.; Snetara At,4:3ep.
tern Ae. 7-St p. ra.1 BaJUa x-
8t5 p. ra.j Hulton Ae.,9t4S p.m. r Braebara As.
-Hi?, a. Chmrcli tralas Bnabora. Bi48 a, jsu
aad 9133 a. ra.
lnllnKTi Hlnin tars bstwasar
FTttahunuKt tnfUL 11.1. 1: AXUEBtKM.3'
, T. Aat.r UAVIU MCOABGO. Sea. SnHJ i
Turnauva ivn rrt.v SHANNON 14 K.
JT Saaraer Ttae Table. Oa and after May V
183B, nam farther notice, trains will ranaafoH
oa ererr dr. exeent. Snndsr. las tern staasMwdf
try day, except Bandar. .Eastern aw
tearing PKUbnrr-eSO a. rau7:M
iani usnar fltUbnrt;'
8a.ra., 3-Jba.ra.. 11
. 1:40 D. IB
1"2---TT-ii- .' oatew."K
1" F aiM tan.1 ,iwi"!Ki. vara'jj
11 p. as. ArllBKtcra-4:4 sv ra 3aBa.JJ
8.ta. ra., iitMa. ra.. laxp.BJj. 2:9a.
.. a.iAtt -m itjw n. rn 7:10a. ra.."l
Baaday trains, learta Kmbwnt-Mla.
. ra.. zunrj. m.. :io p. m uvo, at.
Arlington s-lja. m , K m, las p. ra.
a? e 3sr rases
O. B. LEVIS. Be4i4t5 of rt
&&, $?!, P