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THE PITTSBUBG'SSPiTGSKTJBDAt - N07EMBERWv30, , "1889? ft BUSINESS JPST EAIR. Tie Volume of Trade Restricted by Unfavorable Weather. 'EFFECT OF THE TWO GREAT FIRES. A Combined loss of 15,000,000 Hay Shake Insurance Firms. SUDDEN COBXER IK THE COEN MAEKET. A Grut Boom In Iran on the Other Side ef Uw Atlantic Ocean. The reports to BradttretV and B.G. Don & Co. indicate a lair volume of general trade. The recent fires may affect insurance companies, but the result will hardly be se rious. Stock speculation is disturbed by the approaching session of Congress. rSFTCMI. TELEQIUX TO THE DISPATCH. J New Yobk, November 29. Special tele grams to Bradstreet't indicate the continu ance of a fairly active movement ot general merchandise, though the intervention of a holiday and unfavorable reather tended to restrict the volume of trade. Hos are lower on heavy receipts at the "West, but pork and lard, nndera fair demand, have been firm at moderate advances. Eastern Texas mills are shipping lumber to Central and South America. Stock speculation is disturbed and prices depressed by the prominence of financial and currency questions among the probabil ities of the coming Congress. A judicial decision against ihe validity of the Chicago Gas Trust causes depression in the trusts, and weakens the general market. Money at New York is firm arid inactive at67 per cent on call. Foreign ezchanee is quiet. Demand sterling 54 8ii 85. Values ot October merchandise exports were the largest for any month on record with one exception, exceeding by 51 per cent the total for September, 18S9, and by 31 per cent that for October, 1888. THE BAIiAXCE IX OUE FAYOB. Imports also show a large gain, bur the exports total exceeds that for imports by 58 per cent. For ten months the total valne of exports is less than totals for like periods in 1888 and 1887, but imports for ten months or 1889 are largest on record. Nearly all lines ot trade chare in the increased export movement Iron and steel markets maintain their strength without noteworthy changes. The ontput is very neavv; there are practically no stocks iu hands of producers, and con sumer! with moderate supplies for near wants are watching the course of the market Boiling and structural iron mills, bridge iron and pipe establishments are rushed with work. Copper is quite strong at late advances, some cash sales being recorded at 13X14 cents. The exports of wheat (including flour) from both coasts show a lurther decrease this week, being 1,708,732 bushels against 0,869,462 busheU last week and 1,704,811 bushels in the last week of November, 1888. The total shipped abroad from July 1 to date is 42,524,513 bushels against 45,717,811 bushels in a like portion of 1888, and CO, 000,000 bushels in 1887. Depression in breadstnfis continues. Flour is off 5 and 15 cents per barrel on heavy receipts and offer ings. Wheat, at the close of inland water navigation, has also been hurried forward, bnt on light export demand is Jlc lower. Offerings of Indian corn have been so free that the improved demand did sot prevent a decline of c. TOE COBNEB IN COBK. A speculative twist at Chicago ran the price trom 33lcio 62c. Demand for oats is light, and praes are s lower. The present outlook 'for the current cereal vear is not favorable for exports of wheat (including flour) tjl equal those of 1888-89, when they were pO.000,000 bushels. The crop of 1889 promises an export surplus this cereal year of 118,000,000 bushels, even if 40,000,000 bushels are to be carried over next July. Hail orders constitute a leading share of demand with New York and Boston jobbers. Commission agents are doing a steady busi ness in cottons, export demand being en larged. Woolens are only In fair move ment Print cloths are l-16o higher, with a qniet business. Baw wool is more active at unchanged prices. Cotton is dull and steady at unchanged values. A falling off iu arrivals of raw sugar at primary markets, stimulating advices from Europe, urgent requirements on the part of refiners, and only moderate offerings bv holders, hardened prices yc The Phil adelphia Spreckels rennery was to start up to-day with abundant supplies of raw, after, as alleged, sellingt a good profit some ot its supplies of raw to "competing trust es tablishments." Some extensive contracts of refined ran ahead of production, and prices advanced c Speculative prices of coffee remain about steady. Business failures ' reported to Bradstreet's number 255 in the United States this week, against 259 last weekend 268 this week last year. Canada had 36Hhis week, against 34 last week. The total of failures in the United States Januarj 1 to date is 10,372, against 9,166 in 1888. DTJM'S WEEEI.T EEVIETT. JR. G. Dun & Co.s weekly review says: Two heaw fires, with aggregate losses esti mated at $15,000,000 or more, may have an influence upon several 'branches of trade which cannot yet be estimated. Heavy con current losses may shake some insurance companies and affect the finances of firms burned out But the general prosperity and the large accumulation of available capital will probably render the influence of these disasters comparatively narrow and brief. In other respects the situation is quite as encouraging as it has been for some weeks, past; the volume of business is unsurpassed, and the pressure in money markets, though not ended, has seemed to 'be abating else where. The reports from other cities are, without exception, favorable on the whole. Trade at Boston, prior to Thursday, had been im proving. Cotton was 6trong, with mills well employed, and prices strengthening; in metal manufactures firm, with wide distri bution of products. IBOJT TEODUCTS. At Philadelphia iron products are in strong demand, bituminous coal active, an thracite dull. Honey was tight, but with prospect of ease after 10 davs. Western cities, without exception, find trade good, though grain is moving very slowly at Mil waukee, andniild weather affects sales of winter clothings Money is fairly active, bnt nowhere stringent at Western points re porting, and the accounts regarding collec tions are better than usual. Stock receipts at Kansas City are lighter, but shipments of live hogs to Mexico, lately stopped by high tariff, are resumed. Speculative markets have not been very active. With sales of 32,000,000 bushels Here, wneat lias declined nearly 1 cent and corn about a half cent, with sales of 5,000, 000 bushels. Cotton is unchanged, though receipts this week exceed last year's by 16, O0U and exports by 49,000 bales, and sales have been 378,000. Coffee has not moved, bnt oil has dropped nearly 4 cents. Pork products are a little lower and sugar is stronger in tone. Bubber had advanced a little, new Para selling at 72 cents. A BOOK ABEOAD. A great boom in iron abroad, with a spec ulative excitement rarely witnessed, and rapid fluctuations in price's causes some ap prehension, because experience teaches that such rapid and excited movements are usu ally followed by ugly reactions. The un paralleled production in this country still continues, and other furnaces of large pro duction are about to go into operation, and yet prices are firm. at Philadelphia. . The reported decision that Treasury de- posits with banks shall be gradually with- rawn.10 per cent of them brtojnd-f January, has beta expected, beau M posits when made were intended to be only temporary, and will give the Treasury ample time to put an equal amount into circulation in other ways. The Treasury has paid out during the last week ?1,200,000 more than it has taken in. The business failures number 249, as com pared with a total ot 277 last week, and 265 the week previous. Por the corresponding week of last year the figures were 232. BAD COUNTRY E0ADS. 1 Judge Fetterman Makes a Fevr Suggestions About Repairing Them. Judge Fetterman said yesterday; "I think it would be a good plan for the press to keep up an editorial fire on)the road ques tion from this time until some action is taken to render them passable. I do not know of any other question of equal impor tance. Business is almost at a standstill in some sections, and a trip of ten miles into the country now will wear both man and horse out. "Every township should provide itself with stone breakers, and spend all the money it can possibly afford each year until it has roads that can be used with some degree of comfort during the fall, winter and spring. Cost would soon return in improved value of land and many millions of dollars of val uable time and human and horse flesh he saved each year. This saving alone would soon return the money invested. SOME STRIKE IT EICH. The Drill Poshed in Every Direction and a Bis Fool Slay be Opened. Though one might suppose to hear the talk in the Oil Exchange that drilling for petroleum was a lost art, yet development is steadily going on, and it need astonish no one if even another Bradford field is found. Jennings & Patterson's Missionary No. 2, Cope farm, Duff City, is making 16 barrels an hour. They will shoot the other Mis sionary, possibly have shot it, already. The firm expects to bring in a well at Jefferson Center, Butler county, in a few days. The well on the Chephas Wise farm, Mt Morris field, is showing largely in the pay streak. At Horseshoe Bend, on the Perrys ville road, work is progressing as fast as the condition of the roads, will allow. Derricks are sprouting in every direction, and opera tions will soon reach to the Allegheny City limits. The Beel well is a good gasser. Heavy SI Underwear for 50c To-Day. 100 dozen men's heavy natural and cam el's hair wool underwear, the same grades as are retailed everywhere forl, will be sold at Kaufmanns' to-day for only 50s for shirt or drawers, or 1 for a suit. Candleatleka And candelabras; over 500 patterns in china, cut glass, etc; the prettiest decorations for the house or table. Keizensteen', 152, 154, 156 Federal St., Allegheny. TTSSU 560 BIrn'a Melton Overcoats at 83, And they're first-class melton overcoats, too garments good enough for any man. The same qualities have never before been sold for less than $10. To-day (and to-day only) Kaufmanns' will offer 560 of them at the unparalleled low price of $5. Do you want a coaching horn for sleighing party, or a bugle or cornet? If so, go to Hamilton's, 91 and 93 Fifth aye., open till 9 o'clock: every night. Newmarket Dny To-day. Every lady in need of a newmarket or wrap should buy it at Kaufmanns to-day. 500 newmarkets will be offered at $4, 500 at $6, 500 at $8, 500 at $10. This mammoth offering includes all the latest and best styles, and any garment is a bargain such as no' other house in this section ot the country has ever offered. Men's underwear and gloves. James H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth ave. Attend Kaufmanns' overcoat sale to day. Attend Kaufmanns' overcoat Bale to-day. The Finest Photographs And crayons for-Xmas presents are made at Aufrecht's Elite Gallery, 516 Market street, Pittsburg, If Ton Wnnt an Orcrconr, Bemember that Kaufmanns' will discount from 15 to 20 per cent the price of any gar ment advertised or offered by any compet ing house. This is no bluff, but a stern reality. Gri Fires, Gaa Stoves, Qas Rnngea. O'Keefe Gas Appliance Co.,34 Fifth ar. O veecoat day at Kaufmanns' to-day. Ovebcoat day at Kaufmanns' to-day. Its superior excellence proven in millions of homes for more than a quarter of a century. It is used by the United State Government. Indorsed by the beads of the great universities as the Htrongest, Purest and most Healthful Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime of Alum. Sold only In cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. VEW YORK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. my&SZ-Tiseosu FELT LIKE KILLING HIMSELF TVell-CKiio'u-n. Tlttsbiirfi-er Contemplates Suicide. A HISTORY OF THE CASE. Mr. Charles Preston bad for some rears been a victim of kidney disease. Tte pain across bis back and kidneys was so severe that sev eral times be was compelled to give up bis bus iness. He bad more or less pain all over his bjdj. especially shooting down his limbs. He had a constant tired ieellng, which was worse m tbe morning. There was a dull, oppressive feeling in bis head and mnch pain over his eyes. His appetite at times was very poor. He felt very nervous and. could not sleep. He had a dropping of mucus into his throat, which, in hawking and spitting it cut, caused a burning feeling in his throat. His disease so affected nis mind that bo became very melancholy, and, as be said, be frequently felt like killing himself. He began treatment witn ine physicians of tbe roiypatmc institute, 420 Penn avenue, on September 23, and now is well, his mind is cheerful, and nothing conld induce him to commit suicide. He can be f onnd at Nos. 5 and 7 Ross street. He sars: ! tako great pleasure In an nouncing to the people of Pittsburg; that I have been cured of the above disease, and most cheerfully advise those who are suffering from chronic diseases to consult these doctors. CHARLES PBESTOIT." The physicians in charge treat successfully all forms of kidney and urinary diseases, chron ic diseases and surgery. Office hours, 10 A. M. to P.M., and 6 to 8l. ac Sundays, 1 to 4 P. 11. Consultation free and strictly confidential. Treatment also by correspondence. no2S-TTS U. E. LIPPENCOTT. C39 Smithfleld street, Pittsburg. Distiller and wholesale liquor dealer. Our specialty Is Lippencott's Nectar, a nnre old-fashioned rye whisky, S to 15 years old, at 6O0 to tl 75 per quart Fine wines and liquors at HSE.ffi'Sa MfJukede?. wy on lis MMir .fUU- WEI Gtff! CREAM Baking powder NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Awfiil Blood Humor Terrible Blood Poison. Suffered all a msn could suffer and live. Face and body cov ered with awful sores. Used the Cutiou ra Remedies ten weeks, end Is praetlcilly cured. A remarkable ease, and molt re markable and speedy cure. Cured by Cuticura I contracted a terrible blood poisoning a year ago. I doctored with two good physicians, neither ofwbomdldmeanygood. I suffered all a man can suffer and live. Hearing of vonr Ccticuba JtZMEDiES 1 concluded to try them, knowing If tbey did me no good they could make me no worse. I have been using them about ten weeks, and am most hippy to eay that I am almost rid of the awful sores that covered my face and body. My race was as bad, if not worse, than that of Miss Born ton. spoken of In your book, and I would say to anyone in the same condition to use GrmcUKA, and they will sorely be cured. You may use this letter in the Interests or suffering humanity. E. W. KEYHULD3, Ashland, Ohio. Knee to Foot Running Sores I have been afflicted with a sore limb, which the doctors called eczema. My limb from the knee to the root was one mass of running sores. The doc tor h-indno-pd It ererv dav for a week, and jvw tors bandaged It every day for a week, and ere: time the bandage was removed a large scab would come off. and the blood pour down. I cot one boUleoC CUTICITRA lUtSOLVKTT. one box Coti cuRaandonc cake Cuticura soap, and they cored me. I told a lady who waa similarly afflict ed to use It, and it cured her also. I graterully acknowledge thatit was CDTicukJl that cored me. Mas. KATBBEAKD, Orange Valley, U.J, Cuticura Resolvent The New Blood Purifier and purest and best of Humor Remedies, Internally, and Outiccba, the frreattikln Cure, and CUTICURA Soap, anexquls te Skin Bexutlfler, externally, speedily cure every disease and humor of the stln. scalp, and blood, with loss of hair, whether simple, scrofulous, he reditary, or contagious, when physician! and all other remedies fail. This is strong language, but true. Thousands of helpless sufferers have found u so. coticuisa u me oniy positive uumor Cure. Bold everywhere. Price, Cuticuka, 60c: Boar. 25c: KKSOt.vxNT, 1. Prepared by the i'orran Dhuo and CnEMiCAL Cobpobatioit, Boston. 43end for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," 64 pages, SO Illustrations and 100 testimonials. PIM 1'LES, black-lieads, chapped, and ollrskln. pruTeaieu uy VUituunA jujsuiuatjd eQAP. Aching Sides and Back nip. kidney and nterlne Dalns and weaknesses relieved nr onr. hintttic ' f OTinet.OIH.'UKAAHTI-rAIIfriiiSTEB, ;SjW the first and onlr Instantaneous nsin. killing, strengthening piaster. ws NEW PUBLICATIONS. The December number of The Century Magazine is remarkably varied in its con tents and is especially interesting. Among the more important articles are: Selections From Wellington's Letters; now published for tbe first time. This correspond ence extends over a period of several years, to within a fortnight of his death, and it is noticeaole as showing tbe gentler character istics of the Iron Duke. (Fully illustrated by many pictures and portraits.) The Autobiography of Joseph Jefferson, which began in the November Centnry, increases in interest. Tbe present.installment is full of delightful reminiscences of tbe Wallacks, John E. Owens, Burton, Bnrko and others, besides containing some curious adventures of the author. Illustrated with portraits. New York Commercial Advertiser says: "It is as rattling good reading as his 'Bob Acres' is rattling good acting." The New Croion Aqueduct. The first complete and lulfy illustrated paper on this great triumph of modern engineering appears in tbe December Centnry. A feature of the illustrations Is the reproduction of photo graphs showing the caves which were filled by tbe contractors with air at the rate of 5 00 per cubic yard, to the tune of a million dol lars. The Paris Panorama of the Nineteenth Cen tury was one of the features of the Paris Exposition. It is reprodnced in miniature. The text is by Alfred Stevens and Henri Gervex, who conceived and executed the pro ject. Revelation and the Bible is the first paper of a timely and important scries on the general subject of "The Nature and -Method of Reve lation." and is written by Professor George P.Fisher, of Yale. The Fall of the Rebel Capital, and Lincoln in Richmond, are striking chapters in the Lin coln history. Two Serial Stories. "Friend Olivia," by Amelia E. Barr, and "The Merry Chanter," by Frank R. Stockton, are in the very best vein of two ot the most popular writers of the day. Two Complete Short Stories, In "Captain Joe," Mr. F. Hopkinson Smith tells in the form of a story one of the most heroic deeds of modern times, and "The Taming of Tanas" introdnces a new writer to The Centnry. The sceno is laid in the Platte Purchase. There are Christmas Poems In the -December Centnry, as well as many others, including one by E. C Sfedman, on Fortunes famous "Spanish Lady," accompanied by a full-page engraving of the picture. Among the contri butions are articles on "Nature and Peo ple in Japan," by William Elliot Griffis, with pictures by Wores; ''Fundita Ramabai," by Elizabeth Porter Gould, etc, etc, t The Century for January will open wjth a re markable paper, by Amelia K. Edwards, de scribing recent astonishing discoveries in Bubastis, Egypt Fully illustrated. The authors of Lincoln, in tbe same number, de scribe in a mosfgraphio manner his assassina tion and death. Future Numbers of The Century will contain 'New Studies in Astronomy. Lick Observa tory," La Farge's "Letters from Japan," beautifully illustrated by the author; "Present-day Papers." by Bishop Potter, Hon. Beth Low, Prof. Ely, etc; 'The Women of the French Salons," profusely illustrated; "Prehistoric Amorlca," '"The Serpent Mound," "Ancient Fire Worship." etc.; Pic tures from tbe Old Masters, by T. Cole, tbe most notable series of its kind ever executed, etc., etc, Subscribe Now, Yearly subscribers to The Century may eount on receiving nearly 2,000 pages of the best and most entertaining read ing, enriched with illustrations by tbe lead ing artists and engravers of the world. Terms, S4 a year, In advance? 35 cents a number. Buy of any bookseller or newsdealer, or subscribe through them or direct. Remit by cheek, draft, registered letter, money or express order. THE CENTURY CO., 33 EAST 17TH ST., NEW YORK. noSO-10 CENTURY For sale by R.S. Davis Sc Co., Booksellers. 93 Fifth avenue. Subscriptions received for Century and all other magazines at lowest rates. no30-90 WITH OUTFITS COMPLRTR No.4.75;jSo.6,$2; No. 9. self-inker, 5: Namj7 6U:No!u. 10i No. 12, 8211 Tfo. 11J3L He end for drrnift,. W. A. BTJimNG, J M 'J&fZ&Grt$R3m BOag.75.WI NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Full Value. What we are aiming at is both to make the clothing re liable and comfortable. There's a great bridge between clothes that cover you and clothes that fit you. It is the latter kind that we say This store is loaded up with the best ready-made. Why else call it the best ready-made? That's why. We have a neighbor to it in our own store, that toes it up to the mark. Tailor-to-order Clothing is the careful est sort of tailoring and qual ity. Over a thousand styles of goods. It is a competitor with our ready-made The prices are so far below merchant-tailor prices that they come close on our ready-made. They must please faultlessly in the fit So does our ready-made. ' $- - Wanamaker Sc Brown Sixth street and Penn arenue. noS0-D OUR LATEST. Far seeing and reading lenses combined, in tbe neatest and most nractical form, either m spectacles or eye classes; indispensable for con stant honso or office wear and stopping. -c-i rrir-rsr manufacturing Ej. JT L-, optician, 908 PENN AVENUE, PITTa Cor. Seventeenth and Chestnut, Philadel phia. noZl-ZTS HOLIDAY PRESENTS. SOLID GOLD SPECTACLES And Eye Glasses, $5 and upward. J. DIAM0ND,jDptician, no208-TT8su 22 SIXTH ST., Pittsburg. OPTICAL AND MATHEMATICAL GOOD3. bDeclalty Correct fitting of lenses and frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eje Glasses. Experienced Opticians and our own factory and workmen are our inducements, WM.E.STJEREN, Optician, 6HSMITHFIELD BTPITTSBUBG, PA. fe2i27-TTS ww re V y Vy Jf SNAPNO. 8. ' We are now offering some of the greatest Holiday Bargains ever before thought of In Watches. Ladies' Solid Gold Watches, stem winding and setting, Swiss movements, iU 60 to S17. Ladies' Solid Gold stem windine Watches, Elgin or otber American movements, SIS 73, SIS 0, 20, $21 25, $23 50, 25. Gents' Watches, cold filled, any American movement, $13 6a Gents' Watcbcs, stem winding, American, Bolid Gold, $22 to $70. Ladles' Silver Chatelaine Watches, stem winder, 55 60. Men and Boys' Silver Watches, from $3 up. Each Watch sold is guaranteed to be strictly as represented or money refunded. Also a complete line of Marble, Onyx and Wooden Clocks, Bronzes, Fancy China ware, Bisque, Silverware, etc. IKL SIMIICI", 934 P. B. Watch for Ring Snap No. 9. WBAP BARGAINS EOSENBATJM'S CLOAK BARGAINS I i "We are determined to reduce our immense stock of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, and have marked prices low enough to make them eo rapidly. We have every style, qualitv and price you may desire, and it will be to your interest to examine our stock ana prices "before purchasing elsewhere. HANDKERCHIEF :-: BARGAINS. An immense choice of Embroidered, Hemstitched and Colored Bordered Handker chiefs for ladies, from Cc to $3; for gentlemen, 10c, 12c, 15c, up to 75c. Ladies' Fine Initial Handkerchiefs, 10c, 15c, to 25c Gents' do., 25a up. Hisses' Handkerchiefs, So to 25c CORSET BARGAINS. One lot nice Iresh Corsets, 37c; another lot woven Corsets, 50c; B. 8s G., 75c afcd'up; small lot genuine P. D. at $1 75, worth 52 50 Thomson's, Dr. Warner's, Ferris' and over 50 styles of Fine French Corsets, A larger variety of perfect fitting Corsets than you will find anywhere else. Curtains and Portieres. A new line of elegant Lace Curtains, Bed Bets and fortieres, suitable for Holiday firesents. Select now and have them laid aside. All our own importations. Prices tbe oweit. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Extra quality imported "Woolen Box, 25e, 37c, 60c Extra hne Satin Scarfs, new patterns, COc, 75c, 81, 81 50, Beautiful Dress Shirts, perfect fitting, $1 to $2 50. New Satin Suspenders, plain, embroidered and painted, for presents, Camel's Hair Underwear, all sizes, from COc to $3 each. Fins Silk Mufflers and BUk Initial Handkerchiefs, 60c to 5. ART DEPARTMENT, Latest novelties in Linen and Silk Scarfs, Head Bests, Sachet Bags, Fancy Baektte Fancy Silks, Blushes, Ornaments, Fin Cushions, Xidies ,and hundreds of Knick-Knacks at most reasonable prices. The largest stock of Bibbons suitable for lancy work, with Flushes and "Velvets to match. ROSENBAUM & CO. 510,512, M MARKET f J f- -, NEW ADVKRTISEMEXTS.''- AEINEilflEOEOF ' Chewing Tobacco IS INDEED AjLUXUBY. FiNZER'S Old Honesty Comes as near being a fine piece of PLUG TOBACCO as it is possible to make it, and Is known as a STANDARD BRAND 1 AMONO DEALEBa We are sure that ONE TRIAL will convince you of its merits. -O-Look for the red H tin tag on each plug. JNO. PINZER & BROS., LOUISVILLE, KY. mb2-85-ssa Latest improved Spectacles and Eye-'Qlasses; will fit any nose with ease and comfort The largest and best stock of Optical Instruments and Artificial Eyes. KOBNBLUM, Theoretical and Praotical Optioian. No. 0 Fifth avenue, near Wood street Telenhone No. 1CSC eel9-ssn you want to know what yon ought to know, send for SDecial circular relative to WINCHESTER'S SPECIFIC PILLS. a prompt ana permanent acure lor .Nervous Debility. Weakness etc PrlceSI per box. WIN CHESTER 4 CO., Chemists, 162 William at, N. Y. myfn-24-TTSWk. RAILROADS. PITTSBUKOAND LAKE KRIE KA1LHOAU COMl'ANY. Schedule la effect November 17, 1824. Central time. UnrAUT JTos CleTeland. 6:00. S:0Oa. ra '1:35, ao, 9:30 p.m. For Cin cinnati, Chicago and St. Lonla. 5:00 a. m '1:35, 9:30 p.m. For Buffalo, 8:00 a. m., 4:20, :80 p. 'nr. For Salamanca, '8:00 a. m., 4:20 p. m. For Youngttown and Newcastle, 5:00, 11:00. 10:15 a. m., '1:85, '4:20, 9.S0 p. m. For Beaver Falli, 5:00, 73, '8:00, 10:15 a. m., "1:35, 3:30, '4:20, 5:20, 9:3u p. m. For Cbartlers, 5:00, 15:33 a. tn., 5:35, 6:55.7:15,7:30. 8:05. 8:30. 9-50.10:15 a.m., 12:05, 12:35, 112:45, 1:40, 3:30, 3:50, 11:30, 6:05, 6:2 1:10, '10:30 p.m. uuuve x rom vieTeiaou, -c:4 a. m., -iz;.sul 5:4a T:SSn. m. From Cincinnati, Cnlcajto and St. Louis, '12:30, 7:55 p. xa. i torn unnaio. -a: a. m.. '12:30. 10 n, m. . From Salamanca. 12:30, 7:55 p. m. From Yondzatown and New Castle, S:25, 9:20 a. m., '12:!0, 5:40. iW 10 p. m. From Beaver Falls, 5:25, "S 7:20, t-JD a. m, '12:30, 1:20, 6:40. 10 p. n. P., C.&y. trains for MansOeld. 8:39a. m., 3:30, 5:05 p. m. For Essen and Beecbmont, 8:30 a. m., 3:30 p.m. P.. c. & V. trains from Mamleld, Essen and Beeenmont, 7a)8a. m., 11:59 a. m. P., McK. &Y. it. K.-DEWBT-ror New Ha ven, '5:30 a. m., '3:3b p. m. For 'West Newton, 15:33. 8.30 a. m.. 3:30, 4:20 p. m. . ABB1VE From New Baves, t8:20 a. m., "5:15 p. m. From West Newton, 8:15, i8:20 a. m., 1:23. 5:15p. m. For McKeesport, Elizabeth, Uononzahela City and Belle Yernon, 6:30, 17:30, 11:15 s. m., 13:30, '3:50 p. m. From Helle Vernon. Hononcahela City. Eliza beth and McKeesport, 7:45 a. m., 19:20, 12:30, 6;00, li:ia p. m, DaTlV. ISnndaya only. tWIU rnn one bonr late on Sunday. Will rnn two hours late on San ctity Ticket Office, CJ0 Smithfleld Street. Liberty SivCor. Smithfleld. no2t-TTSSU ST. AW) 27. FIFTH AVE. tB1P jggBf MEW ABTES.Tf9SXENTS. lAlirMAMklf IXMUriVIMININv! LIBERALITY KNOWS NO BOUNDS TODAY! TO-D They will present GRAND6T GIFTS1 EVER DISTRIBUTED BY ANY BLOUSE. And", bear in mind, not to a few preferred customers some clothiers in this city do) but to one and alL We partiality in the distribution of our presents. This fact nized by everybody. PLEASANT SURPRISES fOR YOU. CDCC1 A first-class r l Est Eii top, will be or io, or more, in our men's doming or Ladies' Cloak Department to-day. lIRCiEi f Kaufmanns Holiday Greeting, a magnificently r lm Ea C illustrated, large size Christmas Book, or a sub stantial Sled, will be given gratis with every D WmltmTW ijoy's buit or Overcoat to-day. FREE! A rinnrlcnmrf .- ........ Trunk, with our large Christmas .Ficnjre J3ook, will go gratis with every Girl's Cloak to-day. . .4--Grand IN BOYS' CLOTHING TO-DAfl 6o ok wyc. T.'i'i'iir.iii v -"' 'J-V -"- a.J-iu with or without capes, plain or pleated, light and dark materials, checks, plaids and stripes, regular prices being I3 25 and $3 75! $4 75 FOE BIG BOYS' OVERCOATS, x in Chinchillas, Cassimeres and Meltons, some silk-faced; all made and trimmed in the best possible manner and selling regularlyftat' $7 and $8. " 'SS $2 50 FOR LTTTIiE BOYS' SUITS. & sizes 4 to 14, in new and nobby Plaids and Mixtures; different from ?4 to $5. JUO 'AO JIUtt ULU J3UXB CUlTiS, 1Z, 4 sizes 13 10 10, in strictly Cheviots, .well made and trimmed, and usually couidered !t " " ; , UNUSUALLY FIRE ARRAY of Never was our famous and nowingly full with, excellent Ladies' long garments, new styles, from $3 up. Over 1,500 Extra 1 Fine, Imported Newmarkets, with plush sleeves and trimminjj;j,1 Directoire styles, Jacquard patterns, etc., from $6 50 up to $25. " U IX 111- Vifl a M M VM I X Fifth Avenue and TygOXJESATVE From PIHsburg Union SUtlos. ennsy Ivan ia Lines. Ian by -pan EST SYSTEM HAWULEKOUTK. a 7:3) s, ., d i-M and d U:15 p. m. Uennlios, MS p. m. Chicago, d Ills . m. snd 13:05 p. m. Wheeling, JSU . m., 12:06, 6:10 p. m gteabtn Trllle, 6 JS . m. WuMnrtan. 6U3, 8:39 s. m.. 16, &,:, 4:55 p. jp. Bulser. 10:10 . m. BnrgettJ- 8tiaIl.M4.TO.. 1:05, 8:30, d JdQ, : p. m. Mc Donalds, d 4 14, di0:p.m. ...,... TBAras ABBiyifroM thsWestd ::10,d 6:80. m., 1:05, d:p... Deanlsoa, 9:30 a.m. Btta benTUle, 5;06 p. Bi. Wheeling. 2:10, 8:15 . ra.. J:05, 6:55 p. m. Bnrgetutown, 7:15 At jn., 8 9S ra. Washington. S:H, 713X6:40, M2S a. ra., t-X. S:2tp. m. Mxnsfleld, 6:35, SiSS, 11:40 a. m., 12:48, l5.9;)iirta6:5Jp. m. Bnlger, 1:40 p. m. McDonalds, d C3J a. m., dS:C0p. m. KOBTHWEST SVSTESl-irT.WA VNE KOUTB.- Lcim (Inrliluro. d 7S n. m.. d 12:2'. d 1:00. d SI43, excpttiatardar;lli20 p.m.: Toledo. 7:23a. SI43, eipSaturaar.Ui3J p.m.: xoieao. laax. m d 12:20, d VM, andrceptSturdar H:p.m. Crestline. S: a. m., Cleveland, 6:10. I2: ill p. m., and 7:24 a. m.', Tla r., FUW.AO.Br. 5 Nw Castle and Koungitown, 7.- a. ui.. 12:20, tMp. ra.;Youngitown and illles. dlliB) p. m.:Med- ruie, trie aoo Aantanaia, inn a. m,. ".-? v. m.. NIIm and JmMMtnrrn. 1:45 n. ra.: p.m.; Wheeling and Bellalre, :10 a.m.. 12:48. :oup Beaver Fal lIIe. 4:00. 6.-06 D. m. ; Bearer Falls H 8:20 a. m.s Leel itsdale. 3.30 a.m. JLfxrAnrrnoM aumuumi" Bocbester, :) a. in,; Bearer Falls, S:1J. 110 K.M.J Eaon, 3:09 p. m.i Lettadale, 6:00, 8:00, , ,nii iuai .i'.h . I M'lx. s!S,i.'!is.'7!SD. a.-Ofln. m.: Conwar. t-M 4U.V- ...W.M. M.....! ..w . p.m.; jrsiruassa uiw.,iu.i xm ..., p - -t " '.t':'7-. i. r n....- tf.ii. a i 4:p.m.;xetaaie. bb:wp. ra. Itiaiss akbitz Union atauon from Cbleaao. ex cept Monday. 10, d 8:00. d 6:33 a.m., dSdSand dC:50p.m.i Toledo, except Monday, 1:50, d Si a. ra., 5:56 and IOp. m.: .Crertllae, M0 p. m.j Yoaagltowa and Kew Castle, 0:10a. m.. li2a,(:Mv 10:16 p. as.; ile and Voungitown, a 6:M p. ra. s dereland, d 6:50 a. au, 2:4, 7-Op. ra.: WheeUar aad Bellaire. BrOBa. m.. 2.2, 7:00 p. m.: Brio and A.hUbola,T:2, 10:p. ra.: MauBlon. 10.00 a.m.j MUe anf Jamestown. S:10 a. m.: Bearer Falls, 7:a. ra., l:10p. .; BeaTcr Falls, B SM p. ra.; Leetsdale. :4(fp. ra. Abbivx ALMOHXUT, from Baoa. 8.00 a. w.t Conwar6.40, Bocheter,.a.Bi.; Bearfcr Falls, 7.ini. m. sm n. m.: Ietsdale. 4.8a 5.W. 6.1 6.ta 7.44 a. m.. KM. 11 4S, 1.49. .l. 4.S9. O.W. .C0 n.m.1 Fair oaSa. a 8.5 a. m.: JJearersai, eaTer aalls. S IfSOp. m.: Leetida J'Son. m.: lebdale, 8 6.0S p. Jn.t Bearer JfU, d. dailyt'8, BaadsyoBlyj otasrtfalas, excsiH Bandsy, P B ALT1MOBE AND OHIO SAILKOAI. Schedule la eai J orejaser iv, we: .. . ForWasnlngton. P. C Baltimore. blUtM phUaadMewTforx.8i00a. m. and "!MP. n. Ifor CnmberUnd,- "80 a. m., tl:89; :. m. lorConnelliTllle. :40aBd'aO a. m., tjse, 4.- and p. tn. For Onion town, M9, Iftps a. m., 21:00 and 24:00 p. m For Mt, Jfleasant, t6:4t 80a.i.and 1lM SBd 24:80 p. ffl. For Waa Ingtoo, Ja., 7.-0lndtt. in., :, i aad 7.p.m. ForWheellng. 1:os,-t:Oanj.. TL3S, 7:j. m. For acvlnnatf and St. bonis, 7M a. ra., "Tja) p. in. JorCoInmtm. "7:06 a. m.. :-M p. in. For Heirart. 7:06, ff:4(f a.ni ".S. -7:SB P. ra. For Cblcajto, 74 and 7tX p. p. fralas arrtra from Sew Torlc Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wathingtoa. . a. m,,j;-J p. ra. Froaj Colambas, jtneiaiiati ud CaleMj. 8:2 a. jb.. "ioa p. . Iro WBeeUBa-r- fi -ioaaa.nl,, :0". "p. . Thronihileenla rears to Balttmore. waaelng- wsmv v. mi. . . tte, Claclaaatlaad Chleago. ' CosBidUTUte aecoaBtoiatios aV J6: a. m. penaay oaiy. The Fittabarg Traasle Cemaar will fcr aadebeck baf4fa TMT k4a aad nldae4M upoa orders left at B, 4 O. ticket oBee, .corner FKh ave. and Wood K.- CHAS.O. SCULL. Uen. ran. Agent- J.T. O'DELU tjeaerai Manager. pnTSKUUO A WJTEKN BAIL. WAY TrlB ( W'l fcn d. M) Arrtre. HI KiTi!m Mure. lHyBx.,AkroB,ToIeKae 61 a n JiJTp n 2 . ' t- 8gi November 30, 1889. their Patrons with the -2H m recog; Gloria Silk Umbrella, with jr. r Gold given gratis with every purchase, FREE! r f Kail . . m T.inrTi vnn arA TfYiAi fnmm? - ...f ...w, -.... BUU .S.U.UV.. MUUiUSU. . inside partition and worth. i,iot ana worm, jsi,ior FREE!! - ... -! .- Specialties - DfYVC" rTTT?T nr a ma jjj J.w j v Jiu.Mjjj3.xa.i, Cheviots and Cassimeres, Checks? fancy pleated styles, and well worth ; 1 c-Si au - wooi cassimeres, worstedsrand ; ' CLOAKS AID WRAPS TO-DAT: popular Cloak Department so over? bargains as it will be found to-day. Vmij Smithfleld Street! and. BETJCTi. noSO-o v - KAILX94M. rymnaxhvxyiA. KAltJiOAD-OJf AMD am. trlM.ls4TS Unloa StAtlna-1 lttsha.. ma llaer 4 twi, jHMCera.iKMaxrx MAIS LUTE KASTWAJHXKi ,jT Hew Tort and Chisago Uiai4 otlfBBam.Yo. flbnle dally at 7:14 a. ra. " t5 - Atlantic Ea-piMdUr fortns AH, IMl&A; llait train, dallr, et SiuHkr, Ml, ,1IM oT, mau, s: a. m. " r express dallr at tm a. ill ezpreu dallr at 1 :08 p. UadelDhla aiwrn d&Ur Ma ezpreu dallr at 1KB p. nu ysud lphla eimrm daBr at 4d B. sa, Jfastera exsra dUr a 7:1 B Jj-wtLlnedfcHr Jt:l0p- B GrepmbuTg eip Denr pveM Um a. au weA 471, XBfVMDUVp,, m.'weaiedftfi; y AUlul ItbreuH mm eeaaect at JftMr.CNwttsi ior"o4ilTAanex"ftBBoHTar,,T- dlng4Wftanageaa4 anwylfcroag-a JU- aeata aTOidlnj4M Tralni antra M Union Station u ttHawu St. Louis. Chicago and Cincinnati Exoreia. mm : aHsS PH9s . miiHH sj&EHmp W 'fSKIBi Dj.4 dallr.. ..... ,. ..,...9,...,..4...,...20 a. za. Malt TralB. dallr S:Wn. m. , .. JVestern Express. daUr,...., . 7:a.1m, I'aclUe ZxnreM, dally ..........i..,..K:45p,,jn.K4 Chicago Umlted XxpH, dHy........ ssnpicwf W tuuTHWijjr etuta kaii.was. '? Tt Ualofwowm, (tag aaa SiSSa. m. and 4:3 p.. E-. m., irlthoai cbsmgo of ears: 1S.J8 p. a., eonneo- -, lag at Grbrg. Trala antra from Unloa ' t6Trat:4a. .. tfca, i-M sad 8:10 p.m. i WWiT yNNSIt,VANlA DIVlSlOa. Fres TKUSltKU err. STAMOX. Allegheny CHT, IaU trail, eon nee ting rorBUlrsrllle. tut a. au ExsmaTlW BlabitUK eaaaMttsgler : Batler rjvin.s Batter Acsrni :Ma. m Zdtaad Sip.B. -tfy' NRaaie AooiBi.uaea.m.iaoana cB,ni, ., .i . ..e bjm ...M. m. Z "i"""' . ."" V unaanoar.... ntV.,1, hmiL m-' c,.,s rat North Apo ion fAseow.... lirtoa. m. and trtp. nu Ailerhevr JaaiKtoa Aeeomnodatloa f0 a. ra. BlalnrlUaAeeoeamodaMos, ....HtOOp. m. Tralni artlre at VUKHiI. STREET STATION: Xxdmh, miMllm Hie Butler .WJJa. m.t Aairrrara. ..... i:w p. ra; Blalrsrllle AcceaiaoArttea .......1:52 p. Freenort Aeeora.7i4ia,ra.. 3k JJB and 11:10 p. Oa 8a4ar JBilo a. ra. aad 70 bj1 SprlMdale Aeoa....Sjr,ll:.BU,J:4SP.. UTorStAIMtU Aeaa .:. m. and S:40n, JMUiUllittHM.a uivuius. " Trailie leare UalM atauen. rmsonrg. aifbUowat i For MonoajMirta JrW. "" Browairllle aad uaiontewBViiia,B. aor HOBOagaaeviiju AStM. BrswswriUv7.-8 ad 10:40 a.m.and 4-40 p.f On Soadar. Ir . m. tat MMonxahela City. : n. m lreekdaTs. nunasR Dfarostmrg Ac. w-Mkdwra, tisap.ni. 'ij West Hiaabetb AeeoaraiototloB, sl20a.au. 2jfl,aL r, aBduB.i, iBday. t:4tp.m. M imtT Ticket 04oee-CeM fear aTeaas aad. Ht V street aad Union ttatiea. ' '- - CHAS. I.PUGH, J. K. WOOD. ; (Jeaerat Manaec. 4Mt'irae'r Ae4k t A T.T.iaaairr ira T.T.irr -v . Tr.atn a ii jOLTrala leare Uate ttaetoa (IStetera aunjar Qiuli lfh..alag A.. Skit a. ra.: Niara.a. Mir. a, m. Maltea Ac, KM a.ra.1 vw( ttA4aj6TiLra.Oil CtWaad lSJ-, Ac, tarav.ra.; BVaefcara Eiu,6p.m.i AIM lag Aa..f.tm.: Braehnra Ac,sapp.m.i tea Ac. 731 m. nu: buffalo Kx., d Hl ra, Caere trelna-hraehara. :. aad tUSma.. FmllSKaa WeepiagCsn AttatMuv uj 1k.au. jam. 1NUI it, . AjA.: DAVDjicWABao. ftea. BaaW i-arn fRn.SHAMSOJr.l w watt J meeio. .. . Tr- j". --.. . i i. u and after Deceeabeel aatu ranker notice, train jut ro"; tiu. y3i.Bf.,.viV!yJM Tm.. 7ilfla.i tm a.ra.. m a n. iie a. m-, 1: p. ra. i M i. ,-, W0p.ra.J0PBa,i-W HJiD. m. ATtim.Ura-ina a. m t JB 8. B.. 7:1 m TWO mVSSlTZ. iV. -j, . zr:m d.B..JI.JB.. too V. .?' ..i. Mmmbw I2o p. mTTsMO p. bT. SdOp. ai. ArUnjftoa Vii trains, '. .Via aglirHbarg-Ma.ra, a.., 12W p. p,n 4 P.-foftBV JOKES' DBS. Roaeaeei Fl . a. m& IftStt'