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For Healthy Trade, if the Specula
tors Keep Their Hands OH.
THE WEATHER IK THE WAY.
The Capacity of Iron Furnaces in Blast
Beats the Eecord.
IAEGEST HELD OF CHOPS EYEE KNOWN
An Unnsnil Uutformitj in the Acconnts From all Orer
the Country. .
Reports to Bradstreet and E. G. Dun &
Co. show a slight bat appreciable improve
ment in the general position of trade durine
last week. The report of the crop yield
exceeds that of any previous year.
1FFECIAI. TELEOKAM TO THE DISrATCH.1
New York, November 15. Special tele
grams to Sradstreet's point to only a mod
erate degree of activity in general trade
throughout the country. This is in part a
seasonable condition, though unfavorable
weather has had some influence. The mar
keting of sugar and of cotton is quite rapid.
The output oi Louisiana sugar is reported to
be less than last year. Holiday goods are
selling freely. While iron maintains all
previous features of strength, special buoy
ancy is noted at Cincinnati and St. Louis.
Hogs and cattle are weak and lower. Ar
rivals of the former at interior points are
heavy. Dressed hogs are offc Lard
and pork are about steady. The mild weath
er checks sales of coal, and those of dry
goods, boots and shoes at Western centers
have fallen off as well.
'While the bears maintain their assaults on
the trust-., easier money and the favorable
railroad outlook tend to create improvement
in the speculative position and action of the
regular share list That bonds are strong
and activity is noted in many classes of
railroad mortgages. Honey at New York
is steady at around 6 per cent on call, with
considerable demand lor time loans at the
same figure, foreign exchange is firmer on
increased inquirv. Demand sterling 485
LAST TEAK'S RECORD BEATEN.
Gross earnings of 140 railroads for October
and for ten months, specially reported to
radstreet's,show forthe month a gam of 13.2
per cent over October 1888, and for the ten
months an increase or 10.4 per cent, with an
increase of 1.8 percent in aggregate mileage.
Buyers of crude iron are absorbing at lull
prices all of the 30,000 tons weekly addi
tional production noted within five months,
and in many instances for future delivery.
Bessemer pig is in extraordinary demand,
and steel rails are qnoted at 533 at the East,
with the likelihood of an early advance to
$35. Steel billets are higher. Slabs are up
SI. Copper is quite active and higher, sell
ing at VJ.ft cents lor lace.
Domestic stocks are much depleted.
Prices of breadstuffs are all higher wheat
J51?4C' corD H an oats llXc.
Freer speculative purchases of wheat and
increased clearances last week served to
stimulate wheat in the face of freer receipts
at all points, large stocks on passage and
weaker cables Unfavorable weather affected
receipts of corn and oats. Bye advanced in
part on the export movement, and word has
come that German and Bussiau rye crop
advices are unfavorable. The exports of
wheat (and flour as wheat) from both coasts
for six davs ending to-day aggregate 2,591,
530 bushels, against 2,131,334 in the previ
ous week, and 2,082,618 bushels in the like
week last year. The total shipped abroad
July 1, to date, is 38,957,300 against 43,565,
000 in a like portion of 1888, and 61,263,000
in 18S7. The bulk of the increased move
ment is from San Francisco, Baltimore and
SUGAR IN BETTER DEMAND.
Befined sugar has been in better demand,
with granulated 1-16 cent higher. Baws
were also in better demand and left off firm
at last week's figures. The domestic con
sumption of sugar for the year ending Octo
ber 31 is 35,600 tons less than last year, 2f
per cent. The country is said to be "bare
of stocks of refined." Stronger cables, with
buoyant European coffee markets, stimu
lated trading here and prices advanced
to 1 cent.
Drygoods prices continue strong at New
York and Boston, with an npward ten
dency in brown sheetings and woolen dress
goods. The general demand compares well
with previous seasons, except in men's wear
woolens. Bad weather has checked distri
bution by jobbers. Baw wool is unchanged.
The report of the Agricultural Department,
foreshadowing a probable gain of cotton
yield of 3 per cent over last year, depressed
prices of options.
Business failures reported to Bradstreet' 8
number 217 in the United States this week,
against 248 last week and 178 this week last
year. Canada had 39 this week, against 45
Is st week. The total of failures in the
United States January 1 to date is 9,846,
against 8,649 in 1888.
B. G. Dun & Co.'s weeklyreview of trade
says that business has been brisk and un
precedented in volume.
LARGEST CROP YIELD YET.
Long ago it was held that the year's re
sults wonld turn upon the crops, and it Is
now certain that the yield has been on the
whole about the largest ever known. The
question whether the wheat yield is 20,000.
000 or 30,000,000 bushels below the- maxi
mum is not important; the cotton crop will
much exceed any previous one, if the latest
official figures are correct; the corn crop will
exceed any preceding by 100.000,000 to 200,
000,000 bushels, the oats crop is also the
largest ever known, and the shortage in
potatoes and trait is immensely over
shadowed by the gain in meats. The ex
ports of provisions and cattle in October
showed, against last year, a gain of 68J per
cent. The bank clearings show the increase
at New York was 30 per cent lor last week;
at Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago 17 per
cent, and at all other cities 18 per cent
The capacity of iron furnaces in blast No
vember 1, was much the greatest ever
recorded, no less than 165,765 tons weekly,
against 151,059 on October 1, a gain of near
ly 10 per cent for the month; arid against
141,064 on November 1, 1888, a gain of 17.5
per cent for the year.
GREAT BRITAIN IN THE REAR.
The weekly production is now greater
than that ol Great Britain and close to the
greatest ever recorded in that country, being
at the rate of about 8,300,000 tons "yearly,
after allowance for difference be
tween capacity and actual output.
Yet no excess of production has been
perceived, and prices are firm at the recent
advance, an actual but small sale of rails at
535 being reported, bar iron being strong at
195, nails in fair demand at 210, and plate,
structural and sheet mills full of orders.
The one point of doubt is whether the war
rant system may not operate for the time to
conceal an excess of output over consump
tion and thns prepare for disastrous reaction
later. The coal business is still dull. Cop
per has risen to 12J4 bid for lake. Lead is
dull, and tin weaker at 21
Woolen goods are moving fairly, and at
concessions in price. Manufacturers have
been buying more treely. It is also re
ported that importers' sales of spring goods
have been the heaviest ever known, which,
if true, threatens more competition than the
manufacturers have anticipated. The boot
and shoe trade continues large, with steady
prices, and leather is steadv. The clothing
business is dull at Philadelphia, with hard
collections, and dull at Cnlcago also.
petroleum only a shade higher, and oats 1
cent higher. Coffee has been advanced
of a cent, but tbfi distribution is dull.
Chemicals are quiet. The speculation in
stocks has made small progress. Bailroad
earnings are most encouraging, showing
gains of 124 per cent for October.
There is more than usual uniformity in
accounts from all parts of the country, for
though Milwaukee finds business not very
satisfactory owing to open weather, and the
demand for money decreasing, and some
lines of trade are slow at Cleveland, as at
Philadelphia, the reports from other points
are all favorable as to volume of business
and in the main as to collections. The
money market is easy at Chicago and Phila
delphia, but firm at 6 to 7 per cent at Boston
for ordinary commercial paper ana un
changed here at 6 per cent.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE GONE UP.",
Foreign exchange is a shade higher and
the Bank of England lost 51,385,000 last
week and the Bank of France 5260,000 gold.
But the large exports lessen demands on this
The Treasury has again avoided the ac
cumulations of money, having paid out
during the week 5250,000 more than it has
taken in. If the national prosperity does
not engender excessive production in some
branches, and a mischievous revival of
speculation, the prospect for healthy Busi
ness is excellent
The business failures numbered 265 as
compared with 267 last week, and 261 the
week previous. Last year at the same time
there were 237.
TWO IMPOUTANT DECISIONS.
The Sale oi"15,000 Acres of Land for Taxes
Charleston, "W. Va., November 15.
Two prominent suits were decided in the
United States Circuit Court to-day: Burr
Wakeman's executors versus Thompson,
commissioner school lands and others; also
Clark versus Beeder. In the former case
15,000 acres of "Wakeman's lands in Boone
county were forfeited to the State for non
payment of taxes and sold by order of Boone
Circnit Court by Thompson, commissioner
school lands, five years ago. It was pur
chased in small lots by parties who have
been living on them for years. The United
States Court decided to-day that the sale was
not in accordance with law and decreed
against the defendants, declaring the sale
and procedure of Boone court void. 'Wake
man's executors reside in New York.
In the other case, E. "W. Clark, Philadel
phia, purchase! 52,000 acres of land in
Boone, Baleigb and Wyoming counties
from Charles Beeder, Baltimore, at $1 70
per acre, through C. C. Watts, Charleston,
agreeing to take the land as already sur
veyed by Sarver, deducting such portions
within the same held by other parties by
adverse title and possession. ClarK brought
suit to rescind tne contract on the ground
that a large part of the land was covered by
an oldersurvey. The court ordered com
plete fulfillment of the contract
CommRnder-ln-Chlef Scboflold Presents Bis
Annual memoranda to (lis Secretary.
Washington, November 15. The.
annual report of Major General Scho
field, commanding the army, pays par-'
ticular attention to the desertion question.
He claims that many causes of desertion
have been removed. The laziness of the
recruits, who expect to find the army all
beer and skittles, is a fruitful source of de
serting, which it is almost impossible to
destroy. General Schofield advocates the
reduction of the term of .enforced service of
recruits during times of peace.
Greater care is also necessary among the
officers, in leaving their- men to the tender
mercies of Sergeants and other non-commissioned
officers. The General asserts that
the means provided for the arrest and pun
'ishment of deserters are totally inadequate.
He also recommends that the piesent artil
lery regiments be organized into seven regi
ments, and that the enlisted strengtn of the
army be Increased to 30,000.
He promises a complete system for de
fense, lor our ports; and says that the war
garrisons of our sea coast defenses would be
about 85,000 artillerymen and 1,300 guns.
BACK TO M0EGANZA. '
A Bllllvnle Lad's Parole from the Reform
School Cat Extremely Short.
A man and his wife, named Nest, were
prosecuted before 'Squire Young, of Mill
vale borough, for cruelty to their son,
Harry, 14 years old. He begged victuals
from the neighbors, telling them he had
been driven from home.
At the trial it appeared that Harry was a
wild bov. that he voluntarily shunned his
home, and that he was out of Morganza on
parole. At the advice ot Agent Aean he
was returned to the reformatory, and the
parents were acquitted.
represented td"be.i, '"'
"just as good as the Ivory."
They are not,
insist upon having it;
'Tis sold everywhere.
MAX, MAID AND MONEY.
A Wife, Five Children and a Blannfactarlnc
Firm In Blournlnc.
Syracuse, N. Y., November 15. Orrin
W. Tyler, formerly a farmer at Marcellus,
this county, but more recently a traveling
agent for Aultman, Miller & Co., the Buck
eye Mower and Reaper manufacturers at
Akroo, O., whose headquarters in this State
are at Bochester, disappeared about three
weekgo and now the discovery is made
that he is abont $400 short in his accounts.
It has also been learned that he mortgaged
all his personal property for every dollar
that he could secure.
Tnen he came to this city and bought on
credit a fine suit of clothes and other things
and drove 'away to parts unknown. He
took with him a young woman from Camil
lus. Hib wife and five children are left
More Iilqnor Coses.
Ellen Sheehan William Sheehan and
James Price had 'a hearing before Mayor
Pearson, of Allegheny, last night on a
charge of selling liquor without license.
Mrs. Sheehan and Price were held in 5500
for court William Sheehan was discharged.
Hayiland's decorated china dinner sets
at W. P. Greer's, 622 Penn ave.
Doulton decorated wares in great variety
at W. P. Greer's China Store.
SCALY SKIN DISEASES.
Psoriasis 5 years, covering face, head and en
tire body with while scabs. Skin red,
itchy and bleeding. Hair all gone. Spent
hundreds of dollars. Pronounced incur
able.? Cured by Cuticura Remedies.
Cured by Cuticura
My disease (psoriasis) first broke ont on my left
cheek, spreading- across my nose, and almost covering-
my face. It ran into my eyes, and the phy
sician was afraid I would lose my eyesif ht alto
gether. It spread all over my head, and my hair
all fell ont. until I was entirely bald headed; It
then broke ont on my arms and shoulders, until
my arms were Just one sore. It covered my entire
body, mj face, head and shoulders being the
worst. The white scabs fell constantly from my
head, shoulders and arms; the skin would thicken
and be red and very itchy, and would crack and
bleed if scratched. After spending many hun
dreds or dollars 1 was pronounced Incurable. I
heard of the CUTICtTBA Kemedies, and after using
two bottles Cuticlba Klsolvent 1 conld see a
change: and after I had taken four bottles I was
almost enred; and when 1 had used six bottles of
Cuticora Resolvent and one box of Cuticura.
and one cake of Cuticura bOAF I was enred of
tne dreadful disease from which-1 had suffered for
fire years. I thought the disease would leave a
very deep scar, but the Cuticura Kemedies
cured It without any scars. 1 cannot express with
a pen what 1 suffered before using the CUHCURA
Remedies. They saved my life, and I feel it my
duty to recommend them. My hair is restored as
good as ever, and so Is my eyesight. I know of a
number of different persons who have used the
Cuticura Kemedies, and all have received: great
benefit from their use. MRS. KOSA E.ELLY.
Rockwell City, Calhoun co,, Iowa.
The New Blood Purifier and purest and best of
xxumor remedies, internally, ana uuticuba. tne
' JSV L!!-3g
OPTICAL ANLV MATHEMATICAL. GOODS,
bpecialty Correct fitting of lenses and
frames. All styles of Spectacles and Eje
Qlasses. Experienced Opticians and our own
factory and workmen are our inducements.
WH. E. STJEREN, Optician,
K4SMITHFIELD ST..PITTSBURO, PA.
great Skin Cure, and CUTICURA Soar, an exquis
4te SUn Beautlfier. externally, have cured thou
sands of cases where the shedding of scales meas
ured a quart dally, the skin cracked, bleeding,
burning and itching almost beyond human endur
ance, hair lifeless or all gone, suffering hardly to
be appreciated. What other remedies ever before
accomplished such cures of humors and diseases
of the skin, scalp and blood?
Bold everywhere. I'rice, Cuticuba. 60c; Soap,
I5c: Resoi vent, 1. Prepared by the Fottee
Druo and Chemical Corporation, Boston.
.earsend for "How to Core bkin Diseases," M
pages, 50 illustrations and 100 testimonials.
DIM i'LES. black-heads, red, rough, chapped, and
rim oily skin prevented by Cuticura Soap.
IT STOPS THE PAIN.
The Finest JlEAT-FiAV0Rnro Stock
Extract of Meat.'
TJSE IT FOB BOTJPS,
Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes.
Genuine only with facsimile of
Justus von Liebig's
SIGNATURE IN BLUE INK
Sold by storekeepers, grocers and drnceists.
IJEBIO'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO., Xim
Ited, London. an21.94.ws
A FINE PIECE OF
IB INDEED A LUXURY.
Comes as near being a fine piece of
PLUG TOBACCO as it Is possible
to make it, and Is known as a
Wo are sure that ONE TRIAL -will
convince you of its merits.
-W-Look for the red H tin tag on each plug.
JNO. FINZER & BROS.,
U. E. LIPPENCOTT.
539 Bmithfleld street, Pittsburg.
Distiller and wholesale liquor dealer.
Onr specialty is Lippencott's Nectar, apnre
old-fashioned rye whisky, 3 to IS years old. at 60o
to SI 75 per qnart. Fine wines and liquors at
lowest prices. Orders by mail attended to.
Cincinnati and Milwaukee bottled beer con.
stantly on hand. seH-35-s
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.
KORNBLUM, Theoretical and
No. 50 Filth avenue, near Wood street
Telephone No. 1588. sel9-BSu
Is now admitted by the medical authorities to
be a deficiency or undue waste of Oxidizable
Phosphorus normally existing In the human
economy. The remedv consists In the admin
istration of a preparation of Phosphorus being
at once assimilable and oxidizable. WINCHES
TER'S HYPOPHOSPHITES is the only prep
aration of Phosphorus which combines these
characteristics in the highest degree. For
Consumption, Bronchitis, Coughs, Night
Sweats, and Nervous Diseases, it is nnequaled.
Kecommenaea Dy irnysicians. ooia-Dy .urug-
From Pittsburg Union Station.
Trains Run by Central Time.
SOUTHWEST SYSTEM-PANHANDLE ROUTE.
Leave for Cincinnati and St. Louis, d 1:15 a. m.,
d 7:30 a. m.,d9.00andd 11:15p.m. Dennlson, 2:45
p. m. Chicago, d 1:15 a. m. and 12:05 p. m.
wheeling, 7:30 a. m., 12.05, 6:10 p. m Steuben
vllle, 5.55 a. m. Washington, 5:55, 8:35 a. m., 1:53,
3.30, 4 45, 4:55 p. m. Bulger, 10:10 a. m. Burgetts
town. S 11:35 a. m., 5:25 p. n. Mansfield, 7:15.
8:30. 11.00 a. m.. 1:05, 6.30, d 8:30, 9.50 p. m. Mc
Donalds, d 4 15. d 10:45 p. m.
Tbajxs ABnrvxfrom the West d 2:10, do CO a.
m 3.05, d6 55 p. m. Dennlson, 9j30a. m. Stea
benvllle,8.05 p. m. Wheeling, 2-10, 8:45 a. m..
3:05, 5.55 p. m. Burgettstown, 7:15 a. m., a 9 355
a. tn. Washington. 8.55, 7:50. 8:40, 10.25 a. m
2.35. 6:25 p. m. Mansfield, 5:35, 8:30, 11:40 a. m.,
12:45, J.5j. . and S 6:20 p. m. Bulger, 1:40 p. m,
McDonalds, d 8:35 a. m., d 9.00 p. m.
NORTHWEST SYSTEM-FT.WATNE BO UTE.
Leave ror tjnicago. a 7:25 a. m., a 12:n, a ltoo, d
8:45, except Saturday 11:20 p.m.: Toledo. 7:25 a,
m., a him, a i:w, ana except saturaay 11:20 d m.:
Crestline, 5.45 a. m., Cleveland, 6:10, 12:45 d 11:05
Backache, kldnev cains. -weakness.
rheumatism and muscular pains be
lieved in one minute by the Cun-
COKJL ANTI-1'AIN 1'LAflTKR. the firat
and only instantaneous paln-kllllng. strengthen
ing plaster. Vastly superior to all others.
Pointon fancy pieces, at all prices,
Greek's China store, Penn ave.
Eotal 'Worcester A great variety of
small, medium and large pieces, at W. P.
Greer's, opposite Library Hall.
Choices of white china, suitable for dec
oration, at Greer's, Penn ave.
Decoeated dinner sets, desert plates,
cups and saucers for coffee, tea and after
dinner, in almost endless variety, at Greer's,
Penn ave., opposite Library HalL
A LAKGE and varied stock of umbrella
stands, lrom $2 to (75 each, at the China
Store of "W. P. Greer, 622 Penn ave., Pitts
burg. At the old reliable China Store of "W. P.
Greer, 622 Penn ave., opposite Library Hall,
a full aud complete line of all goods per
tainintr to a first-class china store can al
ways be had.
Excelsioe Rye is the oldest whisky
in Pittsburg. Tor sale only by T. D. Casey
& Co., 971 Liberty street This brand of
cure old rye defies competition and has a
reputation of its own among connoiseurs of
Genu' Furnishing; Department
Open nntil 9 o'clock this evening.
Jos. Horne & CO.'S
' Penn Avenue stores.
MR. WALTER'S TROUBLE.
His Version of the Matters
Never a Failure.
Marriages never tarn out failures when
Marvin's wedding fruit cake has a place
on the table at the wedding supper. It is
the finest in the market. Hws
Quekch your thirst with F. & V.'s
Pittsburg beer. There's not a headache in
a barrel of it. Telephone 1186.
PEODCCT SPECtTLATIONS ACTIVE.
Speculation in products has been more
active, with some advance in prices. For
eicn reports helped a rise of 2 cents in
wheat, but it came out on Thursday that
hetvy operators who were buying at Chi
cago were selling here, and the sales at Hew
TorE were over 10,000,000 bushels to-day.
Corn it but cent stronger, pork un
changed, with a slight advance in lard,
STRENGTH OF BAKING POWDERS
By Actual Chemical Tests.
.. ........ .. ai
CLTBCTtlT'S (iliort vt. 1-1 01.).
DARKEIX & GO'S (ilia farter)..
EUREKA (iln Fowier)..
Hebbeut A Go's
CHTE7 (Uu TvwitT)....
GlTTPOWDEES (toiUln Ahm k Amamsla).
SarOTZ POWDEBS(etla Ahus latnoalsX
Bcxk Powder (.uIoom ii.m AmnraU)..!
IlAlISET'8 (wkeaaotirnl) .'..BlWM
SE70KTS Or OOVEIlirjrEIfT CHEMISTS AS to ruBi-
TY AD WH0LES0MENE3S OP DR. PRICE'S
CREA1I BAKING POWE-BB.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain
Alum, Ammonia or Lime, or any adulterant. B. S.
G. Patox, Ph. IX, Chemist for the United States
The Cream of Tartar used in Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder Is the strongest and free from all
lime and other Imparities. The best Baking Pow
der made-Prof. Peter Oollteb, Chief Chemist for
the United States Department of Agriculture, 'Wash
ington, D. C
I have several times examined baking powders In
the market to determine their purity, raising power
and Influence on the health of those using them. I
have uniformly found Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder the best In all respects. In raising power ft
stands at the head. It is a pare, clean, elegant and
healthful preparation. I have used "Price's" la
my family for years. Prof. E. a Kxdox, lata
President Michigan state Board ot Health,
Of the hundreds of patients cured by the
physicians of the Polypathia Medical Insti
tute during the past six months, perhaps
none have experienced more intense suffer
ing than has Mr. Henry Walter. The com
plication of aches and pains resulting from
rheumatism, associated with a severechronic
cough, caused him untold misery. Speak
ing of his trouble one day, he said: "A
catarrhal secretion of mucus often dropped
down from my head into my throat. A hard,
dry cough so affected my lungs that my
breath became very short, I had a tired
feeling, and as I grew weaker my Btomach
became involved. My food would sour on
my stomach, and I had sour, bitter eructa
tions ot gas. X had pain over my eyes, and
often felt dizzy. My hands and feet were
continually cold, and I was also afflicted
with rheumatism. I would have sharp
pains in my side and back, and I would
sometimes have such a numb, dead feeling.
My disease gradually grew worse. One
day I happened to read in the papers
an account of a person who had been cured
by the physicians of the Polypathia Insti
tute of a disease similar to my own. I
therefore placed myself under their care,
and became entirely cored."
Mr. Walter Is a well-Known gentleman,
and his address will be furnished anyone by
calling at the Institute, 420 Penn avenue.
The physicians in charge treat success
fully all forms of kidney and urinary dis
eases. Also chronic diseases, including
those peculiar to women.
Positively no operations are performed, as
by their medicines and appliances, which
are not known to the general practice, the
ladies can themselves use the treatments.
Office hours, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M., and 6 to
8 P. ai. Sundays, 1 to 4 p. m. Consulta
tion free. Treatment also by correspon
gists, 1 per bottle.
send for circular.
WINCHESTER CO., Chemists,
iks William st, h. Y.
aswn'&t JAN. IS. I88sagy
-TT1 "TT1"k-7- SCIENTIFIC
TLl- t? VA- OPTICIAN
Patentee and sole manufacturer of the Eureka
Eye Glass. No chain required. Eureka nose
blades fitted to other eye glasses.
Oculist's prescriptions a specialty. All kind
of lenses ground and spectacles made on the
premises. 908 PENN AVENUE, PITTa
Seventeenth and Chestnut, Philadelphia.
p.m.. ana 7:25 a. m., viar.. jrt.w.C.By.:Me
casuc ana xoungsiown, 7:u a. in.. iz:zo, 3.(3 p.
in ;Younzstown and Miles, d 12:20 p. m.:llead
Tllle, Erie and Ashtabula, 7:05 a. m.. 12:3) p. in. ;
Miles and Jainestown, 3:4i p. m.: Masslllon, 4:10
m.; naming anu jeijure, o:iu a. m.. u:-h.
p. m. ; Beaver
i:S0 d. m. : Beaver Falls. 4:00.
Falls S 8:2) a. m.: Leetsdale. 5:30 a. m
DEPART from ALLIOIIENT Bochester, 8:30 a.
m. ; Beaver Falls, 8:15. 11.00 a. m.; Knon, 3.00 p.
m.; Leetsdale, 5.00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:45 a. m.: 1:15, 2:&
4:30, 4:45. 5:30, 6:15. 7:30. 9:00 p. m.: Conway, 10:30
p.m.; Fair Oats S 11:40a.m.; Beaver Palls, S
4:30 p. m. ; Leetsdale. 8 8:30 p. m.
Trau.8 akbive Union station from Cnlcauro, ex
cept Monday. 1:50, d 6 00, d 6:34 a-m., d 5:55 and
d 6.50 p.m.; Toledo, except Monday, 1:50, d 6.35 a.
m., 5 55 and 6'a0 p. m.; Crestline, 2:10 p. m.;
Yonngstown and M ew Castle, 9:10 a. m.. 1:25, 6:50,
10H5p. m. ; Mies and Youngstown, a 6:50 p.m.;
Cleveland, dS:50 a. in., 2;23, 700 p. m.; Wheeling
and Uellalre, 9:00 a. m., 2.2o, 7:00 p. m.; Erie and
Ashtabula, 1:25, 10:15 p. m.: ilasilllou, 10:00a.m.:
Mies and Jamestown, 9:10 a. m.: Beaver Falls,
7:30a, m l:10p. m.yBeaver Palls, S S25 p.m.;
Leetsdale. 10:40 p. ml
Arrive Allegheny, from Knon, 8.00 a. m.:
Conway 6.40, Rochester, 9.40 a.m.; Beaver Falls,
7.10a. ro., 5. 30 p. m.: Leetsdale, 4.30. 5.S0, 6.15,
6 50, 7.45 a. m 12.00, 12.45, 1.45, sTJo, 4.30. 6.30. 9.00
Ii. m. ; Fair Oaks, S 8.63 a. m. : Beaver Falls. S
2.30 p. m.; Leetsdale, S 6.05 p. ai.; Heaver Falls,
S 8. 15 p. m.
d, daUy; S, Sunday only; other trains, except
P1TTSBUEG AND CASTLE SHAN BUNK. K.
Bummer Time Table. On and after May 1.
1889, until further notice, trains will ranaa follows
on every day, except Sunday. Eastern standard
time: Leaving Pittsburg 6:20 a. m., 7:10 a. m.,
8 IX) a.m.. 9.30 a. m., 11:30 a. m.. 1:40 p. m . 3-40 p.
m., 5:10 p. m. 5:50 p. m., 6.30 p. m., 9:30 p. in.,
11:30 p. m. Arllneton-5:40 a. m., 6.20 a. m., 7:19
a. m., S.oo a. m., 10.3) a. m., 1:00 p. m., 2:40 p.m.,
4:2Qp. m., 8:10 p. m 5:50 p. m.. 7:10 p. m., 10:34
p. m. Sunday trains, 'eavfng l'lttsburg 10 a.m.,
12:5up. m., 2:30 p. in., 6:10 p. m., 7:10 p. m 9.30
p. m Arlington u Da. m., 12 m., 1:50 p. m do
p.m. 6 JO p. m., 8:00 p.m. .
JOHN JAHN. Supt.
offers advantages for securing a practical business education possessed by no other
college in the State.
hand, Drawing, Algebra and Latin.
writing, rapid calculations and practical bookkeeping are special-
,d m uio umio. imuiu winiuK, ium .o4iuiabiuu3 kuu uraubiuai uuujtiiecuij
Shorthand and Typewriting Departments provide the best training possible In these
hes. NIUUT SCHOOL- HF15U1AX.TLK3: Arithmetic, Penmanship, Book
Send lor catalogues.
JAMES C. WILLIAMS. A. M..
STEAIHEII5 AND EXCURSIONS.
XrTHlTE STAB LIN K-
FOK QOEENSTOWN AND LIVEBPOOL.
Boyal and United States Mall Bteamers.
"Teutonic, Nor. 13. 9 a m
Germanic Nov. 20,3pm
Britannic. Nov.27, 8:30am
'Adriatic, Sec 4, 3 p m
Teutonic, DeclL7:30 am
uennanic, uec. 18,3 pm
Adriatic Jan. L
From V hits Star dock, foot of West Teeth it.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates,
$50 and npward. Second cabin. S35 and upward,
according to steamer and location or berth. Ex
cursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage, ra.
White Star drafts payable on demand In all the
principal banks throughout Ureat Britain. Ap
ply to JCHN J. MCCOkMICK, 639 and 401 Smlth
fleld St.. I'lttiourir, or J. BKliCEiSMAi, Gen
eral Agent, 41 Broadway, New York. not-D
To Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin
FROM NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY
Cabin passage 133 to tsa according to location
of stateroom. Excursion G5 to BO.
bteerage to and from Europe at Lowest Bates,'
AUSTIN BALDWIN 4 CO., General Agents.
53 Broadway, New York.
J. J. McCORMICK. Agent.
639 and 401 Smithfield St, Pittsburg, Pa.
Sailing every Wednesday from Philadelphia
and Liverpool. Passenger accommodations tor
all classes unsurpassed. Tickets sold to and
from Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, Swe
den, Denmark, etc
PETER WRIGHT & SONS,
General agents. 807 Walnut st Philadelphia.
Full information can be had of J. J. McCOR
MICK. Fourth avenue and Bmithfleld street.
LOUBMOEaEE, 616 Smithfield atrert.
ROSENBAUM & COS
RIGHT KIND OF GOODS. RIGHT PRICES.
Complete Stock in Every Department
FURS OF ALL KINDS
Muffs of real Astrachan, real Seal, real Beaver, real Monkey, real Lynx all with
Capes, Stoles or Boas to match, in the newest shapes. Every quality of French Seal,
Nutria, Raccoon, Coney, Mountain Lynx, etc. The nicest satin-lined Hare Muffin the
city at 50c. Choicest lines of Misses' and Children's Purs in the city, either in single
muffs or pelerines to match. Children's Muffs with large capes in Chinchilla, Angora
and Seal, just arrived. ,
FOK TRIMMINGS Any kind of Furs by the yard from 18c to f& "White Thibet
and White and Colored Swansdown Trimmings.
Tan Dyke and Directoire Buchings, wide and narrow, cream and black Collars and
Cuffs in Van Dyke and Oriental Laces. Embroidered Hull Ties and newest patterns in
Silk Windsors. Exquisite line of Hand-run Mattellasse and Spanish Guipure Scarfs and
Fiahus from 50o to $15. Beal Point and Ducbesse Xiace Handkerchiefs.
Four to 20-bntton lengths Snede and Glace Kid Gloves, in evening shades. A fresh
lot of soft Kid Gloves at 50c, worth 75c JReal French Kid, tan shades 75e, worth folly
$1 B0. Five-hook Foster Lacings, 89c, $1, 81 50; seven-hook Foster Lacings, $1, ?1 25,
$1150. 51 75 and ?2. Lined Silk and Cashmere Gloves, lined Fuf-top Uloves for ladies
and misses, Wool and Silk Mittens for infants, misses and ladies.
Cloaks and Wraps.
New goods every day. Latest styles in Empire and Directoire Newmarkets and
Jackets. Elegant Beal Plush Jackets, best satin lining, $8 25, f8 95, ?9 75, fll 45 and
up. Lister's Seal Flnsh and Sacqnes, best satin lining, chamois pockets, (15 75, $16 75,
$18 75, worth fully $20, $25 and $30. Finer qualities up to $40. Over 100 style Infants'
Short and Lon" Cloaks in Cashmere, plain and fancy Eiderdown and Fancy Flannel
All the special shapes in Hats and Frames. High novelties in Trimmings, and.
Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. 6
510, 512,514 MARKET ST, AND 27 FIFTH AVENUE.
r . H.-We continue to ootune a r .tacyciopedi wita every fw jrueMt.
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November 16, 1889,
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MEN'S OVERCOATS, in first-class Chinchillas?
Beavers, Corkscrews, Cassimeres, well trimmed, well
made, warranted equal to any garments offered elsewhere -J
at $12, will be sold by us to-day at $8.
MEN'S OVERCOATS at $io. The grandest line,
imaginable. Fine Kerseys, Beavers, Chinchillas, Cassk1
meres, Wide Wales, Meltons, etc., nothing like them ob-
tamable outside of Kaufmanns for less than $14, Our .
price to-day $10.
MEN'S OVERCOATS, made in English Sack andV,
Prince Charles, Flyfront, Cape and Ulster styles, make,i
trimmings and materials comparing favorably with cus-t
torn work; our price for to-day $12.
MEN'S OVERCOATS at $15. We've always had
the best $15 line of Overcoats in the city, but offerings
to-day will eclipse all our former efforts in this direction.
If you want an extra fine Top Coat, see these.
MEN'S OVERCOATS, made from celebrated-.,
materials, as Montagnacs, Elysians, Fur Beavers, Carr's
Meltons, Covert Cloths, medium, short or long- cut sained
as other dealers sell as "big bargains" at $24, for only?-''
ib to-day. - -
MEN'S OVERCOATS, made by our owncustom.l
tailors, with or withoutfine silk linings, garments fine-.andK S
iasniunauie enougn ior a King; in a large variety 01 cnoice,.j
imported materials; guaranteed superior to any offered'
elsewhere lor $26, at only $20 to-day. "'
BOYS' OVERCOATS, sizes 4 to 12, with long,
capes; materials: Cheviots and Worsteds. Patterns:"
Stripes and plaids; well made, well lined, well trimmed;
the same as other clothiers get $3 for, our price to-day $2
BOYS' OVERCOATS, sizes 4 to 12. We shall
offer to-day the best $3 values" ever shown in this city
Among them will be found All-wool Cassimeres and
Scotches which are being retailed elsewhere at $4. 50.
BOYS' OVERCOATS, sizes 4 to 12, including the
popular Lord Chumley and other lovely plain and fancy pL1
styles. Over ioo patterns, to choose from. Everyone arv
decided bargain; our price to-day only $5. .
BOYS' OVERCOATS, sizes io to 18, in dark and.:..
mpniiim materials, at. nnlv 2 tn-riav. I Jnn t Im thft invr J
price lead you to believe that these garments are trashy
they're not, but are stylish and serviceable. v
BOYS' OVERCOATS, sizes 10 to 18, silk faced
soft roll style, made from good gray Meltons,,. atonlw
to-day. You 11 not be able to duphcate the same
ments eisewnere Deiow 0.
BOYS' OVERCOATS, sizes 10 to 18, in fine All-.
wool Meltons and Cassimeres, cut in the Short English" v
Box or Sack style, just look as if made to measure, at
only $10 to-day. A fine line of Cape Overcoats at the
same price; actual value $15. (
rnrr I genuine Sheffield rDrr r
I KJlIL I POCKET KNIVES 1 KLL I
Given with Every Boys' Suit or Overcoat To-Day.
We always have a little surprise in store for our little
friends. To-day, for instance, we give a fine double
bladed Pocket Knife (each one made by and bearing the
trade-mark of the Steel Cutlery Co. of Sheffield, Eng.),
with Horn, Ivory, and Mother-of-Pearl Handles, Gratis
with every Boy's or Child's Suit or Overcoat, no matter
how low the price of the same may be.
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Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street
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WHOXiSSAIB and BETAEU
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COJIFANY-Scliedulo In effect Jane Z, 13891
Central time. Ukfabt b or Cleveland, 5:00, 'SXO
a. m.. "1:35. 4:10. "V:au n. m. For Cincinnati. Chi
cago ana st. i,oais, 6:co. m
For Buffalo, 8:90 a, in.,
1135. 9:30D. m.
WO. .o. m. Kor Sala
manca, '1:00 a. ra.. 4:10 p. in. For onarstown
ana new castle, 5:00, -8U0. 10:15 a. m., -iin. 4:io,
"9:30 p. m. for Beaver Falls, Sioo, "S.oo, 8.30,
10:15 a. a., 1X5. SO, 4:10. 1:15, "Sp. m. "Kor
Cbartlers. l-M, liiSDLa. m 105, ZOO, "8 S6, 7:15,
'8:05, 8:30, sa. 10:15 a. tn., k:o :,
b -5KB, :ia, "31 -iumo p. m.
1:4a 3:3a 14:30. 4:50
ABBrvxFrom Cleveland. 8J0
55. "75, 9H0 p. m. rom Clncmnia. cnleaca
ana Bt. Loals, "12 JO. 7:54 p. m. from Hanalo
I a. m- "13::
Loals, "I2J0, 7:54 p.
JU, TUM,lk w Jh
New Castle. "4:3a. SOD a. in.. 12:3a 5:35. "7:55
9:Up. m. From Beaver falls. 5:23. "6:30, lint 90
a. m., llaa. inn. Jds, 1A : p. m. P.,
U. As V. trains from XansSeld, S:3u a. m., tJO,
p. m. For Essen and IKeehmont, 8:30,1.
m., Si30 p. m V.. XA Y- trains from ilans
fleld, Essen and Beecbmont. 7M a. in., 11:50 a.'m.
If. McK. & V.lf. K.-UXPAKT-ForKew Haven.
I'5:30a. m., 3ap. m. For West Mewton, "3da
10.05a.su. 3J0, tilJp. a. ABSrvx-From Kw
Haven, tnnti a, m 00 p. m. From West New
ton, 6:15, in-M a. ra.. UlL "5.00 p. m. For Mc
Keesport, ElUatetli and MononitJitiela City. "5:30,
10U a. tn., "3 JO, 5:15 p.m. Fromtatononftaaela
Clrr, JaizabetbasdMcKeesport, ISO a. m., Id5,
Uallv. IBandaya onlr. twill ran one nonr
late on bandar. MY 111 rnn two nours uie on
ticket office. 630 Smithfield street.
"DALTlatOBE AND OHIO BAILKOAD.
JL Mchednle In effect November ID, 168U:
n. c. BalUmore. 1'hIIaileI-
Shla and Mew York. '3:00 a. m. and :20p. m
or Cnmberland. 8.-00 a. m 11:00, S:P.,n.
l"or Connellsvllle, tt:40and 8.00 a. m., jljOO, tiM
and tea p. m. For Onlontown. V-. 1M . n.,
tiand UM p. m. For Sit. Fleaaant, M:40,
"SSOa. m-an'i fl0 and t4.-00p.ro. For Wash
ington, Fa., 7:Uandt9.40a. m., 3:SS, M:3D and
7:d0p7m. For Wbeellng-. naa, 9:40am.. "Sa.
"7:30p. m. For Cincinnati and St. Loola, TrtSa.
tn., "7:30 p. m. For Columbus, VM "" 2!2
p. m. For Mewark-. V-ti, g:M "U S138- s30
p. ra. For Cblciea, 7:06 ana I:30 P. .
Tralna arrive rroniicw Yort. PhUadelphlat
Baltimore cdWasblnrton. too a. m., "StiSp.
a. From. Colnmbna, Cincinnati and Chicago,
:25a.m.. "9.i p. m. From Wbeellnp, "85,
JosBavm., jstou, "3:00 p.m. . .,
THrouRhaleeplurcars to Baltimore, Wainlos;-
ton, Cincinnati and Cbleaio. ,
Conndlaville accommodation at 535 a. ra.
The Pltuiiurr Transfer Company will call for
aadebeca: bagnira from hotels and residences
A LLEHHUfT VAIiLET KA1LK0A1-
jn.Trlns leare Union station (ut
l AC. a a. m.x
llnltea Ae., WiM
catry. 8-. n. m.
uimp Ac. 12-05 v,
ess, 2 J
tM a. ra.:
m.t OU City
nltn Ac.,3iaip.m.: Kltunnlnc
, 4.-O0p. m.i Braeburn Ei5p.m.;
Ji,lCirp:jB, Bra84 Ae.,ip.:
Ja, 7M . B.: MM Ex.,
r.1.; lios Ac, SMS a.m.: Jme
mr-Zt- -". .-. H
v.- ' jmgeii kuw i
a.m. : Dmura aw
PEMH SYLVAN IA KAI1.HOAB OH AND
after November 10, ISSt, tralni fcava Dnloa
Station, FltUbuxft u fellowi, fiutera Siasdarl
MAIN LINK EASTWAK1X
New Tork and Chicago Limited or Fnllmaa Tea.
tlbule dally at 7iU a. m.
Atlantic xpreas dally for the East. 10 a.m.
Waurrsln, dally, except Monday. Si3oa.a. tn
day, mail, i)a.m.
Day express dally at 5)0 a. nv
Hall express daily at ISO p. m.
Eastern ezpreas dally at TiU p. an.
Fast Line dally at SilO p. ra.
GreensBara:azpresaaiuip. m. week days,
Derrr exnm 110 a. m. week dar.
AUtfironrh fralna connect at JeneyCIrf wia,.
tvi.t.rf "HrnnkiTTi Annex' for Brooklyn, n, x- 11
avoldlDgdoublofcrrlaseana journey tironxnN.
Trains arrive at Union Station aa followss
Bt. Loola, Chicago and Cincinnati Express.
daily. T.. Sicoa. m.
MaU Train. daUy. . J-Wn.
Western. Express, dally '$ "
raellls Express, dally "VS',"2'
Chicago Ltalte Xzpnas, dally .!:2',J
FutLtne, dally Iluap.a.
SUUTrtWEST HKXX KAU.WA1.
For Unlontown, : ana SsSa. m. ana4:p.
m without chaaxs of earsr 13.50 p. m eonneot
lit at Greensbunr. Tralsa axrlTe from IWwir
HWUM(i"H ! U n.H.auvi'im V
wiasr rxxaaxLirAMUL. unmua. -
From FEJJEKAL trr. STATION. Allegheny Cy. v
MiU train, connecting for Dlalrsvllle... S:4i a. at.
Exsreaa. for BlalrsrUle, connecting for
Butler ........i. ... SSp.nw
Butler Accam s:a- m zaaana i m.
Sprlardale AacomSrtM.UJ0a.m.J:30and 8.30p.m.
FreeportAccom... t4iUL 8:30 and 11:40 p. m.
On Sunday...,, ISJSand 8,.im.
North Apollo Aoeoa. .... UtfO a. m. and I.-S9 9. a.
iilegheav JuacUoa AceommOdaUoa SdB a. au
Blalrrrllle AccomBodatlos ll:p.aj.
Trains arrive atlKJBKAL tsTaUasTSTATI'ONi
express, connecting-from Bu tler.......10 J a. nu
Butler Aceoca :10a. m., 4:40 aad 7 p. nu
Blalrsvllle AeeeaaaoaVkHaa .a.
Freeoort Aeeoa.7t4Sa.aa.. liSS. 7JlandllCpp. m.
OnBunday M:Wa.m. aadjajp.m.;
Sprlngdale Accom....8:aT,lli4Sa.m.,lna,oi4Sp. Bk
Norui Aoollo Acoem .IHOa. m. aad :. aa.
Trains leave Onion station, nnsoarg. aareBowait
v. I 1 ,. " - - - aMi'
MVT ja0aOaRiiCl CT nw.wwwm.lin. T
uniouiown. unws.B. jvTaDDoiiHMvniani
OnBunday, lKHp.. For atoaoBgaaeu 4Jr, tm
p. m week days.
UravMbsra-Ac, weekdays, SdB p. bl
west suabeth Aceoramoaaaon, s-ja.m M,
a.tt.Ri4 11,1a n WA. HnniUr fi!4Bnrjft.
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'jlckci omcea iwruer avtuwi stqhm asm vy"
Street and Union aUtMs.
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