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PITTSBURGH' METAL MARKET,
OrncE er i Pi rrssdsa i AZ ET
• .FRIDAY, May 1, 1868. 5
The week's sales of pig iron was very
limited, buyers having evidently made up
their nainds to take hold very sparingly
and piarchalie only what was required tz
carry on their regular business. We have
never seen our iron men preserve a more
cautious policy. Prices, however, have
undergone nq_quotable change. Favorite
brands are held at last• week's prices, hold
ers refusing to make concessions in order
to effect sales. "We quote the following
sales: • '
' ANTHRACITE. '
100 tons Open Grey 137 00--4 mos
50 " hiottled P. L
100 " Red Sheet 37 00-4 mos
100 tons 1111 s.—a fancy forge...ol 00--4 mos
50 1, No. 1 Foundry • 45 00-4 rnos
50 11 No. 1 Foundry....' 45 511-4 mos
375 /, Charcoal forge 48 00-smos
50 " Hanging Rock 45 00-6 mos
go 4‘ is 41 43 00-4 mos
30 tons Juniata.
BITIIMINIIS COAL SMELTED FROM LASE • gII-
150 tons Med. Grey, from y'd.s46 50L4 mos
100 4 4 44 " " 3600=4 mos
150 4 4 White and M ottled
deL at furnitie 32.50-limos
Id) 4 4 Open Grey—a fancy
brand . ' 32 25-1 mo
500 4 ' Grey, at furnace' - $6 00-4 mos
'lOO S ' from yard 36 50— cash
50 " 44 "37 60-4 mos
New , York Produce Mirket.
EBY Telegraph to the. Pittsburgh Garette..)
NEW 'lofts, May-I.—Cotton steadS , but
not very active; sales of 1,800 bales at 82%c
for middling uplands. Flour—receipts,
4,454 bbls; the market is dull and 'a shade
lower; sales'of 7,800 bbls at P,85a9,50 for
superfine State - and western;_s9,9oalo,6o for
extra, State; $9,90a11,15 for extra western;
$12,25a13,75 for white wheat extra; $10,20a14
for R. H. O.; $ll t 50 for extra St. Louis;
$10,20a14 for ,to choice do; closing
heavy. at sl2,i: 16: California dull and
lower and the market is quiet and heavy;. '
sales of 350 bbls at $3,50a10; latter an ex
treme. Corn meal quiet. Whisky nothl
naL Wheat —receipts, 118,889; the market
is lea active but steady; sales of 88,000 bush
at $2,44a2,45 for No 2 spring; $2,40 for very
inferior do; $2,45a2,47U for No 1 and 2do
mixed; $2,55a2,57 for No 1 do. Rye lower,
dull and nominal; $1,90a1,92 fbr State. Bar
ley dull. Malt quiet; Canada We5t,131,30.
Corn; receipts --59,846 bushr market lc bet
ter and corn is in good dement:li' sales
-112,000 bush at $1,12a1,16. for new mixed
western afloat, and ti 1,14111,15 in store; old
do afloat and in store at §1,15a1,17; southern
at $1,20a1,=. Oats a shade easier; receipts,
42,123 bush; sales) 86,000 bush at 84c for
western in store, and 85a85% afloat; Rice
dull. Coffee ffrm; sales.-2,000 sacks Porto
Rico at private terms. Sugar firm; sales,
1,000 hhds Cuba at 10,ValN. Molasses
quiet and firm. Hops quiet. Petroleum
firm at 12Ma12% for crude; 27% for refined
bonded. Pork less active and lower: sales,
13,250 bbls at 420,25a20,50 for new mess;
closing at 29,24, regular; 9 25 for old
do; closing at $2B, cash; 75 for prime;
$25,50a26,00 for prime mess; stock,
old and new, on hand 83,595 barrels:
last month 75,913, last year, 106,503. Beef
steady, 320 14131 s; $15a20,50 tbr new plain.
mess; $20,50a24,75 new extra mess stock;
old and new 30,453 pkgs. last month, 33,035
last year 8,766. 140 tierces beef at $36a39;
prime mess 141a43.50; Indiana mess beef
hams quiet, 10 bbls..at $37. Cut meats firm,
350 pckgs. 134a13y,c; shoulders 17;4a18y,c;
hams. middlings steady and quiet. Lard
firm, 1650 bbls at 183ia19%c, small lots at
1931 c. Butter quiet at 20a4Ocr Ohio 48a.50c;
State Cheese firmer at 12a1734. Freghts to
Liverpool lower. Engagements 30,000,
Grain 33rd for Corn per sail, 6d Wheat per
steamer. • •
LATEST.—FIour closed steady for me
dium and good grades. Wheat quiet and
steady at $2,434,45 for No. 2, and $2,53a
2,57 for No. I - spring. Rye dull and heavy
at $1,90a2,00. Oats heavy at 85c for West
ern afloat. Corn firm at $1,13416 for new
mixed ,Western, and $1,14a1,153 for old
mixed Wtern. Pork quiet at $29,00a
29,50 cash and regular for new mess, and
$0,25a29,50 seller June. Beef quiet, but
steady. Cut Meats firm and moderately
active. Bacon quiet and firm. Lard firm
at 19a19% for fair to prime. Eggs quiet at
St: Leila . Market.
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
ST. Louis, May I.—Tobacco is steady,
firm and unchanged. Cotton -nominal.
Flour in better demand but unchanged.
Wheat—buyers stood offend very little was
done; small lots prime and choice fall
brought $2,75a2,85. Corn advanced 3asc,
and is selling at 88a93c. Corn advanced to
74a76e. Rye--buyers are standing off, with
a few sales at $1,76a1,80. In Barley there
is nothing doing. Provisions quiet but
firm.^ Pork firm at $23; sales of 2,600 bbls
for all of May at po. Bulk meats—sales
100,000 pounds loose clear rib sides at Han
nibal at 1634 c. In Bacon there is but very
little demand; holders firm; shoulders sold.
at 14a14 y 4 c; clear sides 1814 c; 150,000 ltra clear
sides sold last evening at Cincinnati for de
livery in June at 183.ic, and 100,000 lbs clear
rib at 18e. Lard very stiff at 19c for choice
kettle, and 195‘a20c for keg. Whisky
firm at $2,25. Live stock—Receipts light
and the demand do; choice scarce.and firm
at $8a8,50; other gradeseasier at $4,50a7,50
gross. Sheep range at s3a7 per head, Ref
ceipta--Flour, 2,000 bbls; wheat, 13,800
bush; corn, 3 ,500 do; oats, 5,550 do.
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
CHICAGO, May I.—Flour dull; sales at
c a 11,20 for spnn extras. Wheat firmer and
more active and2a2c higher; sales No 1
at $2,15a2,16, and No 2 at s2,o7a2,lo;4e,clos
ing with buyers 'No 2at $2,10. Corn active:
and lal;4c higherr sales No 1 at 87a88c,
No 2 85a96. ;4e; new. 85a86c, • and rejected 83a
83%c, closing at 87;4c for No 1 and 86c for
new. Oats moderately active and 1 1 4a2c
higher; sales at 63 y ‘ a6se' closing steady alt
outside rate. Rye firmer at $1,87 for No r,
and $1,85 for-No-2 in , store. Barley firmer
' at $2,40 for No 2 in store. Mess Pork ac
tive andl2 l ,4e higher; sales at $28,25 for
light, and U8,50028,62;4 for straight brands,
closing firmer. Lard active and 1 4c
higher, with sales at 18, 1 4a10e for prime
city. Bulk Meats active and firm. Sugar'
pickled Hams neglected and nominally un
changed. Receipts-8,457 bbla dour,. A 975
bus wheat, 103,000 bus corn, 21,023 bus oats.
Shipments 4,240 bbls flour, 49,257 bus;
wheat, 38,510 bus corn ' '4,1011 bus. oats.
Freights %ale lower, at 4a4; 4e for corn to
Buffalo; and 6;4c for oats to OswegO.
New York Dry Goods Market.
My. Telegraph to the Pittebatth Gezette.l
NEW Yonx,,lday I.—The,. Dry Geoda
market continues languid enough for Cot
, ton and Woolen goods, but prices, notwith
standing are firmly maintained, and some
Cds are decidely firmer, as Cotton bags,
tton yarns itc. We quote Stark A. bags
a t 5234 c; do B. 673 c; Ludlow A. A. at
50c, A.ndrosooggin 45c: Amoskeag 45c;
French bales Southern yarn 89a40c; Dayton
in3prbved warps 45c, and four-ply twines
47m. Heavy' Brown Sheetings firm at
18Ma10c, and. Standard prints 14a15c.
Lout ille Market
IBv Telegraph to t e Pittsburgh
LOUISVILLE, tiy, 1.---Sales 114 bhd,3 to.
bawl; common hags to medium leaf $5,25a
- 15,75; fair leaf 817,50. Superfine flour $8,75;
Wheat ii2,55a2,6 0 . Cprn—shelled and, ear
at 8811 90 - Oats 114 e-,Rire 6 2 9 1 211245. Berle?
malt $2,1 542 1
_____ 9o ;tardL e • Mess r k 128,75
41204 Batori`MarAel, , nruir shotd errs
,Adear sides .t.17W. , Bulk- meats;•shora e g
• 131,(,e; sides 17Xe. cotton Akcouniat jit . 3oo .
WkiiPkY 49 11 a 0
) 7: g ,er 10.411
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Financial Matters in New York:
Gold Closed at 1304©139%.
ly Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
NEW 'foss, May 1, 1868.
GOLD AND MONEY.
Money easy at 6®7 per cent for call
loans. Sterling firm' and quiet, at 110®
110 X. Gold firmer, opening at issx, fell
to 1393,, and closed at 139N®138%..L0ans
were made at 4®6 per cent. for carrying.
rather lower, closing heavy and dull. Re
port says that a prominent German banker
from Frankfort is here with a proposition
to exchange 8500,000,000 of 5-28 s of 1862 and
1865 for a like amount of 1040 s. Rather
doubtful. Henry Ciewes& Co. furnish the
annexed 440 quotations:.Coupons of 1881,
118%®118 1 A; de. '1862, 108%(?:108X;
interest 1864, 1063i@106X; ex-interest 1865,
1177®108;:ex-interest, new, 108,10g109; 1867.
109%@109%; 10-40 s, 104415103 N; 7-80s,107;4
STOCKS - •
opened firmer and closed rather easier on
Central and Erie. Western shares con
tinue sitting at a marked advance. Miscel
laneons shares irregular. Express stocks
heavy and lower. '
The following are the -5:40 prices. Can
t6n 52X1g52y; Cumberland 30®35; Wells
Express 26 1 i2634; American 59 3 / 4 (4)60;
Adams 61% 62; United States 60%®60%;
Merchants 31%ig31%; Quicksilver 27%4y
27%; Mariposa .5®6: Pacific*Mail 51%®51%; '
Atlantic 32®35; Western Union 871g57g;
New York-; Central 295:@)20%; Erie 71%
7134; do. referred 741075; Hudson 136g®
136%; Harlem 125©128; do preferred,
125®127; Reading, 90g®90%; Ohio and
Mississippi, 31%®alg; .Wabash; 51g®52;
St. Paul, - 64%®65; do preferred, 76g; Mich
igan Central, 1150116; Michigan Southern,
91gig91g; Illinois Central, 146@149; Pitts
burgh, 6e3;@83; Rock Island; 94g1084%;
NOrthwestern, 64%@65; do preferred, 76%
@77; Fort Wayne; 104®104g; Hartford and
Erie, 14Mige15; Terre Haute, 45; Chicago
and Alton, 1281 Columbus, 104; Ashtabula,
102%; 1M Missouri, 87%; new Tennessee, 66.
90 00-4 naos
Quiet; Gregory 325 1 Quartz Hill 105, Smith
Lt; Parmlee WO. -
Receipts, $4,464,532: payments, $2,127,340
By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
CINCINNATI, May I:—Flour dull at SAla
11,25: Wheat at $2,55a2,60 for Nos. 2 and 1
winter but no demand. Corn dull at 92a
94c fOr ear and shelled. Oats declined to
78a79c. Hay dull at $12814 on arrival. Rye
scarce at f 2,25. Cotton dull ; middlings
held at 3034 c with buyers at 30c. Tobacco
in good demand at full rates; 234 hhds lugs
at 65,50a9,75, and leaf at $12,25a32,50. Pro
visions quiet. Mess Pork sold to a moderate
extent at $28,50, 'but was held at 528,75.
Bulk Meats held at 13a15c, but not much
demand. Bacon firm but quiet, at 14x17 /a
18c for shoulders, clear rib and clear sides,
but not much done. Sugar Cured Hams
firm at 1514a21e. Lard held at 19c; Sales
at 183.1 c. Butter very scarce and firm at
38a43c. Eggs declined to 20c. Gold 139;.1,
aly Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
CLEVELA.ND, May I.—Flour market firm
and unchanged; double extra spring, sloa
12; double extra red winter $12a14; treble
extra white $13,50a15,50. Wheat; stock light
and market very firm; No. 1 red winter
held at $2,78a2,80; no transactions reported:
sales No 2 red at r..; No. 1 Milwaukee
spring, /32,50. Corn quiet; sales No I shelled
from the store at 95a97c, mostly at the in
side figures. Oats, market steady and qui
et, and transactions of light held at_Boe for
No. 1 state. Rye, scarce and firm .at 151,9.0
for No. 1 state and western. Barley, in de,
mend but none offering. Petroleum, firm
and in active demand tor refined in bond
at 23c; free, held at 33a34c; crude
better, held at $4,25 per bbl.
PITTSBURGH, FY. WAYNE AND CHICAGO
RAILROAD, May 1.-3 cars metal, Bryan &
Caughey; 2do do, Robinson, .Rea & Co; 2
do cia, 'Moorhead & Co; 5 do do, Reese,
Graff & Dull; 18 do do, Nimick & Co; I car
middlings, Jas Glenn; 1 bx axes, J Graff &
Co; 1 chest mdse, W LT. Bearn; 25 bbls
flour, S Lindsay & Co; 6 do scrap iron,
Coleman, Rahm & Co; 200 bbls flour, T C
Jenkins; JOO do do, Kirkpatrick & Herron;
100 do do, Shomaker & Lang; 100 do do,
Culp & Shepard; 275 pigs lad, Davis,
Chambers & Co; 300 do do, J B Canfleld &
Son; 6 MIS paper, McCullough; Smith &
Co; bbls scrap Iron, , J Jones; 13 to eggs,
Graff & Reiter; 2 has 'soap, C Felix; 22 do
do, 5 do candles, Shornaker & Lang; 16 do
soap, Henderson --Bros; 28 do do,F W C
_Feld; 25 do candles, 5 do soap, hipton &
Wallace; 1 box matches, J Wc)odwell; 24
wheel barrows, Beckham & Long; bxs
glass, C Ihmsen & Son; 7 do cheese, A J
Braden; 11 bols potat oes, Woodworth &
Duff; 45 bdls rakes, Beckham & Lang; 1 car .
potatoes, T L Carter; 140 bbls flour, Voight,
Mahooa & Co; 220 empty oil bbls, W Mul
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD. May
160 bbls oil, 0 B Jones; 80 do do, Nat Ref
Co; 480 do do, Fisher & Bro; 720 do dO,
Lockhart &Fre; L car metal, H Woodsides;
90 carboys vitroil, Montzheimer, Koehler
& Co; 2 , cars lime, Shoenberger It Blair; 1
do fire brick, Johnson, Taylor & Co; 1 car
hh goods, l' Seibert; 2 beef cattle, 20 calves,
J Hoffman; 4 has butter, 3 bbls 5 bas eggs,
1 coop chickens, W George; 21 bgs rye. Gay
& Welsh; 1 bx butter, 1 bbl eggs. L J.
Blanchard; 13 bgs rye, W H Kirkpatrick &
Co; 24. sks wha.t, J & W Fairley; 8 sacks
oats, J McCloskey; 45 sks oats, Moreland k
Mitchell; 13 bgs rye, W J Meek; 2 bbls eggs
2 bxs butter, J,C Stewart; 1 bic batter, 1 bbl
eggs, W Elkin; Ibx butter, 1 bbl eggs, T
White; 2 bbls eggs, 1 bx butter, S Stephen;
25 sks wheat, A W McMath; 2 bbls eggs, A
B Copeland; lot hh goods,W
45 sks oats, Scott k Gisal; 97 hides, 20 doz
do, W C Barber.
Prrrssultoix COLEITBUS AND CINCINNATI .
RAILROAD, May 1.-7 bbls eggs, 12 bbls
apples, 4 hf bbls nutter, 6 sks wool, 22 sks
rye, W H Graff & Co; 27 sks rye. CP Mar
kle; 1 piano, Barr it Knake; 5 bbls eggs,
F G Craighead; 2 bbls. eggs, Voiglity Ma
hood &Co; 0 sks dried , fruit 1 box do, R
Knox; 19 sks oats,l car grain, M Steel &
Son;10 bbls potatoes, 7 sks- do, 7 sheep ,
pelts, 1 calf skin, I.leanor ik Harper; 7, sks
oats, Fred Schie ld;" 891 ft walnut lumber,
Hammer Dallier; 28 bdls sieves,,9 do rid
dles, J Woodirell; 6 slabs steel, Singer,
'Nimick Si Co; 24 bdls.falloas, 21 du spokes,
3-do hubs, Jas.McCutcheon; 4 eke potatoes,
Kelly it Co; 18 tee hams, 18 do grease F
Sellers Co; 1 car ..staves. H Geyer ' 137
green hides, J McLaughlin & Sdn; 75 bbls
four, T C Jenkins; 70 half bbls fish, James
'CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD,
May'l.-1 car-iron ore, Bryan & Canghey;
4do do, Shoenbergef &, •13Iair; 1 car pots
toes,-Vargro, rder & Shepard; 1 do stone, J L
L Knox; :1 do•do; P •Wolfe; 1 butt.tobacco r
E Womsor; I,box - *cod, Hay -ft Stewart; 1
bbl tobacco", -- GArl - McClurg; 25 bxs can
dies, BO&JH Sawyer, 1 mower, H Bul
ger; 30 sks tye,l & W Fairley; 81 do bags,
CP Markle it Co; 9' -bdls bOws, Thos Hare
& Bro; 16 el_fiv'serapn, , &Wm Flacons Son;
5 bbls vinegar, Shornaker &Lang.; 11 sks .
PlAtt n toes. 30 do' oats; 2 r-hf bbls - vinegar, G
F 4 ilium. 47 bag& porn, Hitchcock,
lihd bacon, I.o' do, D" Dougherty; 1. plow.
C l reerY dc Co, 25 ten hams; Jas Lippincott;
Hall& Eo Spee Entriy r. - •
• • ATIQN • May 1.-1, car
,Plow DeamaiSilratt, JPne l gi& Co; 2 cars pig
it o d,i l m4BUrchfield; 1„ car staves,
-d , 1 03 . en:T=4 rio green hides, A J Grotz
fuyer; 1 tar,bnik.--plua/% W , McKee et Co; 1
to , ; st ,
iumber ;,, ya limbertson; Bear
' u • l' un imAVSß: 25 bigeS hay, Rose
& Ewing; 1 ear atone, Adair & Shearer; 60
Clzveland Mar Vet.
IMPORT'S BY RAILROAD.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : SATURDAY. MAY 2, 1868.
adtiinore `b arkL
BALT/3101LE, May I.—Flour dull except'
for Winter Wheats, which is scarce; North -
Western Superfine V,2599,75; Extra $10,25a
11,75. Wheat dull. Corn firm,
$1,10a1,11; Yellow at $1,20. Oats dull,
Western at 80383 c. Rye very firm at $2,20.
Rork firm, Mess $29,50. Bacon firm and
advancing, Rib Sides at 16gal7c; clear do.
at 17Nal8c; Shoulders at 15c. Hams at 21a
22%c. Lard firm at 19Xa20c.
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
TOLEDO, May I.—Flour—receipts 2,314
bbls and quiet. Wheat-4 eceipts 2,100 bu
lo bette ,r• sales amber Michigan at f.'2,72.
No. 1 Milwaukee, and $2,45 spring. Corn—
receipts 10,980 bu and*Me better; sales of
No. 1 and Michigan at 91a91%c, No. 1 buyer
of May 90. Oats—receipts 300 bu and
steady; sales of No. 1 at 72c. Rye scarce.
Seeds dull. Lake freights 3%c on corn by
steam tb Buffalo.
rßLTelegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
PHILADELPHIA, May 1.--8013dEl• dull and
unchanged. Petroleum firmer; crude ry 4
1117 g; refined, 27}5a22%. Flour dull and
unchanged. Wheat in limited demand.
Rye unchanged. Corn dull; mixed West
ern, $1,20.' Oats in fair demand. Provis
The river was swelling slowly yesterday.
The Monongahela had six feet in the chan- ,
nel, and . the Allegheny seven feet. The
weather was very pleasant. The St.
Charles left last evening for Cincinnati with
a good trip.
The Parkersburg packet for this day is
the Grey. Eagle, Capt. Brennan, a favorite
boat with pamengers and shippers. -
The splendid passenger steamer Glen
dale will positively take her departure for
St. Louis and Missouri river on Saturday,
and persons going that way would do well
to bear this fact in mind. She ; has unsur-
passed ruscolunaodations, and careful and
The fine packet Kate Robinson, Capt. R.
Robinson, is announced for Cincinnati and
Louisville., She will leave with dispatch.
The Wild Duck Barges, Capt. Anawalt,
is also announced for St. Louis forthwith.
COAL DEPARTSD.—The ,towboats Coal
Hill and Lion left tor - Cincinnati with 12
barges, containing two hundred thousand
bushels of coal.
The Leni Leoti left with all the freight
she could manage.
• . The mail line of steamboats on the Mo
nongahela are running regularly to all
points on the river. The boats are all first
class, and. the officers are proberbially
courteous and obliging.
Sr: Louis, April 22.—The Nightingale
and Leonidas will leave for the Ohio to-day,
being detained by rain yesterday. It
rained nearly all day,. but to-day is bright
and clear. The• Belle -Vernon, from Pitts
burgh, arrived yesterday. 'The Silver
Lake is announced to leave on Saturday
The Missouri is rising at Omaha, with
heavy rains: The river has begun rising
Thursday's Cincinnati Gazette says: A
Convention will be held in this city some
time in May, ' composed of men from all
points of the Ohio river, representing the
coal, lumber, insurance, manufacturing
and steamboat Interests, the object being
to consult together and settle upon some
means to prevent the obstruction of the
Ohio river by short span bridges.
The Alaska arrived at' New Orletuis on
Tuesday evening at 9 o'clock, six days out
Wednesday's Louisville Courier says
The Indiana brought up the stables of
Capt. Thomas Moore, comprising eleven
'horses, valued at $.10,000. Among the
horses are the celebrated Fanny Cheatham,
Stonewall, Gen. Rousseau and Veto. They
will remain at Woodlawn Course, a few
days to recruit, when they will be taken
to New York to attend the Saratoga races.
Mr. George Cory has returned from the
wreck of the wrecking boat -Northwest,
sunk in the Arkansas river last winter.
The attempt to raise the boat has been
abandoned. Hermachinery was all saved.
The towboat Lake Erie droppped her tow
of eleven barges and two boats of coal
through the canal and passed down for
'The St. Louis Democrat says: The Mis: 1
sissippi Valley Transportation Company I
yesterday closed a contract for the trans
portation from this city to Liverpool, Eng
land, of 17,000 bushels bulk wheat. , The
rate is 12c per bushel to New Orleans, de
livered on the vessel, and 12 pence thence
to Liverpool. This is the adventure of
Cole Bros., Mitchell. Miltenberger & Tan
sey, George P. Plant, Ilaenschen fi Orth
wein and H. A. Homeyer & Co.. The Bee
will take the wheat to New Orleans, and
one of her barges will receive it from the
elevator. The Transportation Company is
advised there will be a vessel at New Or
leans to receive the grain on arrival.
The case of F. C. Sharp and J. O. Broad
head vs. the SeCurity Fire Insurance Com
pany of New York, came np in Circuit
Court No. 1, and judgment was rendered.
The suit was brought to recover $5,000 upon
a policy of insurance held by the plaintiffs
who had an interest in the Magnolia, de
stroyed by fire. It will be remembered
that many suits to recover for losses by this
fire have already been decided, but some
appeals have already been taken. Judg
ment was rendered in this action for $4,900.
The steamer Glasgow left Omaha April
20th, at 11 a. m. No boats in port. Met
Columbia at Council Bluff: W. B. Dance
and Wauanita at Plattsmouth; Amelia Poo
below; "0" packet Columbian Old Liberty;
laid all night at Hamburg. 21st—Laid all
night in Bend above St. Stephan; Wm. J.
Lewis passed up. 22d—Met Viola Belle at
Arago; Guidon at Rush Bottom Bend; Big
Horn at Rulo; Stonewall at lowa Point; G.
B. .Allen at Layfayette; lay all night at
Nodaway Island. 22—Met Isabella at Lost
lake; lay all night at Leavenworth. 24th—
Met Yorktown at Parts Bend; Lacon at
Quindow; War Eagle below; lay 'all night
at Waverly. 25th—Met Mary McDonald
at Frankfort;.H S. Turner at Arrow Rock;
lay all night below. 20th—Met Fanny Ba
ker at SWiley's Island; IlTrilda at Osage
Bend; lay all night at Massey's Wood yard.
27th—Met Ida Rees at Dozier's.—•s7. Louis
Capt. Dan Richards has been sent to - the
sunken steamer Hesper, in the Arkansas,
to attempt to raise her for Cincinnati In
The anagbOat S. H. Long has been assign
ed,the duty ofcleaning the Arkantias river
of snags, from the mouth to Douglas Land
Rivers. and Weather.
(By Telegraph to'the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
LOUISVILLE, May 1.-River falling SIM
ly with seven feet" in the Canal. Weather
clear with ',the thermometer at 78 degrees
SE. Lows; May , 1.,-Weather cloudy and
very warm with indic,ations of rain.
TO 'LI'VEIIrOOL ANDalk
TEE iIN DIAN MAIL _STEIELMSEOPS,,
Xtrreberlng sixteen first-clase'vostoli, among them
the celebrated .
CITY OF PARIS:' CITY OF ANTWEPEL
CITY OF ROSTON, CITY OF 11ALTD&O1..b ,
'• • • CITY OF LONDON,' •
Balling EVERY SATURDAY, from Pier 43, North
-Elver, New York. Forrpassage or farther Informo
;Don Apply to - • • • • •
• WILLIAM 'BINGHAM, Jr.,
►9 FIFTH f3TRFET, (ch ronwe nt4ldt.ngo
500 With. Spring
)1'• -.111 , 1%00 prima Winter Wheat,
791 r! 1 4! t !ri g r N HC 9 C *i ;40014PCRY14 CP*
THURSDAY PACKET — AT 12 ac
The new : and splendid side-wheel steamer
G. D. MOORE
D. MOORE ...
The above elegant side-wheel steamer will leave
regularly as annonnee.d, connecting at Cincinnati
with Packets and Railroads to Lonisville;Nashville,
Memphis, New Orleans and. St. Louis. Also to the
Upper Mississippi and Missourrrivers.
Freight or passengers reeelpted through either by
rail or river.
Especial attentioh glien to Orders and Way
For freight orgy see apply on board or to .
C4HRIEST & HAMI;E'rT,WEe
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Cor. Market and Water Sts., Pittsburgh.
We are the authorized agents for the "NORTH
WESTERN UNION PACKET COMPANY," be
tween St. Louis and St. Paul; also for the "ST.
LOUIS & QUINCY PACKET COMPANY."
Freights RECEIPTED THROUGH by either of
the above lines at the LOWEST RATES. Shippers
entrusting goods to our ,care can rely on having
them handled with care and delivered with dispatch.
We are also agents for steamers to Cincinnati,
Louisville. Memphis, New Orleans, and all other
points on the Western waters. apEt
For Wheeling, Marietta, Parkersburg,
Pomeroy, tied olis, Big Sandy,
Ironton, Portsmouth, Maysville and
The above elegant side-wheel steamers Will leave
regularly' as, announced, connecting at Cincinnati
with Packets and Railroads to Louisville, Nashville,
Memphis New Orleans and St. Louis. Also to the
Upper Mississippi and Missouri rivers.
Freight or passengers reccipted through either by
rail or river. .
Especial attention Riven to Orders and Way Bud
ness. BARNES & COLLINS,
atal ' GHRIEST & HASLETT. Agents.
Marietta and Parkersburg Line.
Leave Company's Wbarftioat, foot of Wood street,
J. N. McCULLOUGH Gm D. MOORE, Master
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS,
BAYARD' A. S. StrZrllEßD, Master
WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
GREY EAGLE C. L. MIIENNAN, Master
Freight wilt be recelvett at all boars by
ana . JAMES COLLINS. Agent.
PACKET LINE leaves ever/
TFESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
At 3 o'clock P. at., from the foot of Irwin street
Thls line Is composed of the following boats
IVA IMES No. 2, It. REES. Master, W. F. STEW.
E.CITO No. 3, E. GonDos, Master, A. D. RCS.
The above Boats were buil t expressly for the trade,
have superior accommodations and attentive offi
cer3' - mlezi
FOR CAIRO AND ST.z A gEe .
LOUIS.-The new and elegant
LEN D ALF Jolts 31. HARE, Master.
Will leave as above, positively, on
SATURDAY, MAY 5/1-4 P. M•
For freifeht or passa,tte apply an board. my
VIrITSBUIIGII AND ST.
'LOUIS BARGE CO.-FOR ST.
WILD DUCK BARGES....Capt. J. W. ANAWALT,
- THIS DAY-4 P. N.
For freight apply on '
DAY PACKET WWI. _
n.-The line steamer
ARGOSY Capt. VANDEUGRIPT,
W. It. Scul l Clerk, leaves Pittsburgh for Cincin
nati every *E DNk.SDAY at noon.
JAS. COLLINS, }Agents.
trdt= " JOHN FLACK.
R CINCINNATI AND
i s i ggl i Sa
_RATE ROBINSON Capt. Rolm. Ropissps,.
Will leave as above on
THIS DAY-4 P. it.
For freight or paasage apply onboard or to
opal .1. D. COLLINOWOOD, Agents
WESLEY WILSON & CO"
Settled In tank, and prepared expressly for RAIL
ROADS, and ALL CLASSES Or — 3IACHINEEY.
QUALITY GUARANTEED 'UNIFORN:
'sr PrOposals for quantities solicited.
"BANK OF CO3I3IEBCE BUILDING."
WARING AND KING,
Commission Merebants and Brokers in
Petroleum and its Products,
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE *AY,
PITTSBURG , PA. - -
WARING, K NG & CO.,
T ies. BuoiiiEns,
AND TiCALEES IN
Petroleum and its Products.
l'lttsbargb OttIee—DALZELL , BUILDING, cor
ner of Puquesoe Way and Iniln streets.
rhiiadephla oace—l47 WALNUT ST
jACOB WEAVER, Jr.& CO.,
co Oa Commiasion Jobbers,
N o . a DuQUESNE WAY, will buy-and sell Crude
and Relined Oils., Lubricating, Tar, Benzine and
Cooperage. Our long expert nee In th e Petroleum
trade enables us to offer 111111 ual facilities and,in
ducements to operators. As erctoforc, we are e
termined to make it tlie inter st of buyers and sel
lers to WO us a call. Pattie having Oils for sale
are cordially invited to bring their samples. •
apOMPI • -
LONG & CO
PURE WRITE . -BURNING OIL,
. 0 dee,: N0.,.,2 Au' uesne Way, rittebnrgh.
•r, lanrimrac ..C. A. n Ew ,...w.H. iyunz unAD
Wit° OIL WORKS. • •
ISlanneaanTe and have fur ode all andl of
• ;No. - IST;CliAlit 13TliEET .
• ; 4
.` turimai. IMIEW CO.
Sto re 79411—: ,I ,P IWrif
.best!4' j I . e Tritrwri,llw,
dows i ptAm_dier* ,. . 9 I, atm : ,
& n•• „ s
T.-C. SiVEENT, Master
MONDAYS, 5 P. N.
C. A. tinavo, Master
FRIDAYS, 5 P. X.
DAILY, MA% M
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS,
No. 167 Wood Street,
MSTEELE & SON,
• Commission Merchants,
AND DEALEILB IN
FLOUR, GRAIN. FEED, /pa.
No. 93 OHIO STREEI.' near East Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
JAM/03 B. MEANOR ' JOS. HARP=
MEANOR & HARPER, -
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PRODUCE
3A9 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH.
Rxrassxcr.s.--4. G. 'Martin, Cashier Mechanics'
National Bank; J. & Dilworth & Co., R. T. Ken
nedy & Bro. jaaltlio'S
PETER KEIL JAB. F. RICILLEU
AND DEALERS IN
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL FEED, &c., &c.,
, 349 Liberty fit., Pittsburgh,
Wholesale and Reta il Grocers,
No. 396 PENN STREET
McBANE & ANJER,
Dealers In FLOUR. GRAIN and PRODUCE GEN
ERALLY, No. 141 WATER STREET, above
Smithfield, Pittaborgb. . • Je5
.V - ETZER &f AttIESTRONO, •
:. . .
PORWARDISIG AND' 00200 . 3810 N 11:13110HANTS,
For the Sitlebt Flour; Grain, Bacon, Lard, Butter,
Seeds. Dtied Fruit, and Produce generally, No. 16 '
MARKET STREET, corner of First, Pittsburgh.
fe-Mtuil • , : • '
QUOMARER /14 .lAN G, : Whole
kJ sale dealers In Groceries, Flour, Grain, le-
Provisions., Fish, Cheese, Salt. Carbon' 011,
Nos. 17R1 and 174 WOOD, STREET,. near
Liberty street, Pittsburgh. Pa. -n08:n55
JOAN I. MUSE EDW. 11C1U138.....WH. U. HOLUM
JOHN" I. HOUSE Si, B R OS. ,_ Suc-`
censors to JOHN I. HOUSE & CO., - Wholesal e .
cersand Commission Merchants, Corner of
Smithfield and Water Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ell- WEDDLE, No. 188 LIBERTY'
. STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa., Commission Mer
nt and Wholesale Dealer in Country Produce,
Groceries and Pittsburgh Manufactures. Cash 'ad
vanced on Consignments, and paid for Produce gan.
ROUT. KNOX ANDREW KNOX
gKNOX & SON, COMMISSIOIt
•ERCHANYB and dealer's In P • cLili#l3R, GRAIL
L FEED and PRODUCE GENERALLY, NC
79 DIAMOND, oppoelte City Hall, Allegheny City
DAV. CRAWFORD, COMMISSION
MERCHANT' IN PIG METAL, BLOOMS,
tmE, WROUGHT SCRAP IRON, FIRE BRICK
AND CLAY &c. Warehouse and Office, Nos. 368
and 368 PENN STREET. Storage flurnlsbed.
Consignments solicited. _ 003
ILITTLE, BAIRD & PATTON,
Wholesale Orocers COMITIb3BIO2 Merchants and
elders in Produce, Flour, Bacon, -Cheese, Flab,
Carbon and Lard 011, Iron, Nail?, Glass, Cotton
Yarns and all Pittsburgh . Manufactures - generally,
112 and 114 SECOND riTßEET,Plttsburgh.
JB. CANFIELD , & SON CORP.'
MISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
and Wholesale Dealers In Western Reserve Cheese,
Butter, Lard, Pork, Bacon, Flour, Fish, Pot and
Pearl . Ashes, and this, Dried Fruit and Produce
generally, Nos. 144 and 140 Front street, Pitts
Joicii4trrox A. WALLACE
HIPTON &WALLACE, WHOLE
SALE GROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS
... 0. 6 SIXTH ST EET, Pittsbarth. 1212:r58
ISTABLISIIED/849.....T1LE LAIIGZST IN A3IRIIICA
Lightning Rod 'Manufactory
IRON GALT/01721NC( WORKS
30,000 FEET MANUFACTURED DAILY
THE CELEBRATED STAR GALVANIZED
Manufactured-at these works, Ord sold to all . parts
of the continent, are admitted to be superior to any
Lightning Rod in use. Great inducements offered
to peddlers and all persona buying at wholesale.
Also, fine Pistilli% Points, of all kinds and patterns,
together with insulator s , Fastenings, Copper and
iron Connection Burs, Braces, etc. Smnples.ram
ptilets and Circulars sent free.
REY)3M, M=M & CO.
d 490 St. John St.,
TREATS DISEASES Eli ALL ITS FORMS.
Office, Nt. 293 Liberty Street
sat- PRIVATE ENTRANCE ON GARRISON
ALLEY. - mIZ3:n4I
SECURITY AND COMFORT FOR
THE TRAVELING COMMUNITY.
J. B.- BARRIS' SAFETY FIRE JACKET
Car Heater and Moderator,
For S3IDHE AND. HOT ALB FLUES, dispensing
with the use of Stoves and Fires in or about the
Passenger or Baggage Cars, with the attaclunentle
graduate the heat to any temperature that may - be
desired without the possibility of tiring the car or
cars to which the Jacket may be attached.
Having obtained of tire-United States Letters Pat
ent for a Safety Jacket which is warranted to resist
the most intense heat that may be adpiled to it in
the position and purpose for which it is intended.
It Is a sure protection from accidents by fire origi
nating from defective fines, or where iron pipes are
used us conductors for smoke or heat.' It is appll
plicable to all piping that may become overheated,
and is warranted to give - perfect satisractien where
wood or other combustible material may be placed
In close proximity thereto: . I em now ready to ap
ply. my invention to stores, ,dwellings, feeler/es,
ships, . steamboats, railroad cars, &c., wherever
pipes as conductors are made dangerous by being
overheated and security desired. I will sell,- on ap- •
splication„ rights tck manufacture or to use the above
invention; also, territorial rights, to such as may.
Wish to engage in seilling.priv:leges, either by State
J. B. RABBIS.
WOrlice • at the "NE PLUS ULTRA PAINT
WORKS," corner of Morria street and the Alleghe
ny Valley Railroad, Ninth Ward, Pittsburgh, Pa.
SEALED - PROPOSALS will be received until the
Atith inst., for LAFIND BRICK BY THE THOU
SAND„ in accordance with the
tilMansn and specifica
tions filed at BARR MOSER (Mice, and under .
the direction of the Superintendent.. • ,
ALBREE, - Secretary,. -
apiholl .. Wood street, corner Fourth.
rm WE! ICE!
WM. KM,EMS, - Ice Dealer,
No. GO ALLEX Plataburigh.
Orderileititere br at Hood Street .Bridge" will re.
'eetve promOt Attention, wagons running In Pitts-
Ourghautl . apir:o3 •
P G( ll lll,SN'lL '6 l E ; ll ltnfarg li gW N
On and after WirirBSDAX. rch sth, 1866
trains will arrire at and depart from the Depot, cor
ner of Grant and Water'streets, as follows:
Mail to andfrom Uniont"n. 7:00 at. 6:00 F. M. M.
McßeesportAccommodt , ll.ll:ooA.ar. 2:05 r. x.
Ex. to and from Uniont'n. 3:00 F. 31. 10.100 A. If.
West Newton Accommod'n '4:30 P. M.' 8:35 A. 71.
Braddock's Accommodat'n 6:15 P. as. 7:50 r. tr.
Night Aec. to lifclicesport.lo:3o rt. St. 6110 A. M.
Sunday Church Train to and
from West Newt0n........ 1:017 P. Id. 10:00
For tickets apply t 2 .
W. KING, Agent.
W. B. STOUT. Superintendent mll5
VALLEY RA RAILROAD.
Y DIRECT BOUM TO THE OIL REGIONS.
Running through to Penang° City ;without change
of cars—Connecting -with trainsrtEast and. West on
the Waive.. t Franklin Railroad, and Atlantic
Great Western Railways. Shortest and quickest
Mete to Oil City and Franklin, and all points in the
Oil Regions. -.‘;
On andllafter April Rath, 186 Passenger Trains
will leave from and arrive at the Pittsburgh Depot,
corner Canal and Pike Ste. , as follows:
Mail to and ern Yen. City. 7: A. M. 6:15 P. M.
Express .. • 10:40 r. 5t.12:23 A. M.
Brady's Bend Accomntod'n 3:00 r. M. 10:90 A. Y.
Ws Works Accont'n , - 8:30r. lf. 7:55A. M. •
First Hutton Aecornoirn.. 8:80 A . M. 11:40 A. M.
!Second Holton Acetsmodlil2:ool ally 3:55 P.M.
Sunday, Church Train leaves Sbda Works at 8:05
A. M., arriving in Pittsburgh at 9:50 A: X. Be.
turning, : leaves Pittsburgh at 1:10 P. at. arriving at
Soda Works at 2:55 P. M.
• IL BLACNSTONE, Sup't.
W. F. HOPE, Ticket A gent. )1 aPZ
a r iatil •
PITTSBURGH, FORT WA.I.%F. & CHICAGO R.
W. AND CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH It. R.
From January 18th, ISMS, trains will -leave from
and arrive at the Union Depot., , north side, city
time, as follows: • • .
Lame. , r' :L - Arrive.
Chicago Ex.... 2:13 a m Chicago Ex.., .2:43 a M
Cleveland Ex .. 2:13 ami Cleveland Ex. 2:43 a m
Erie & Ygn MI 6:13 am ,Chlengo Ex .... 10:58 am
Cl. A Wh`g Mg 6:28 a MWheeling Ex. 11:08 am
. Chicago Mall.. 6:58 a mlChicaito Ex • 1:53 pm
Chicago Ex._._ : 9:43 a in;Cl..f: NVIVg lg . ; 4:03 pm
Pitts. & Ol• EX'. !Erie 4 Yien - Ex 6:13 pm
lift Youngrn 9:43 atn ' Chicago Ex.... 0:58 p m
I. & Wh'g Ex. 2:13 panICI: ScWleg Ex , 7:08 pm
cage Ex.... 2:28 p 111 Tin ti.i& Et. EX.
h. & Erie Ex ."4:38 mut • vlitiYognscn. 0:213pm
part from Aileghenr.;
..Artiire V: Allectien_y.
N. Brigt'n Ac. 8:58 aln N. Ilrigt'n Ac. 7:0.3 ant
etsdale • " '10:13 a 111 iN. lirigri, ' " 8:28 a m
. " • -'" 11:53 a MlWeltiVllle " 9:58 'a rn
°cheater - " 1:33p miNen , Caatle . ". 10:13 a m
ellsv'e Ace.. 3:4.3 pm Leetsdale 4 ` . 9:13 a m
Wale Ate, 4:15 pm
'_'" " ' 1:18 pm
N. Brigt'n " • 5:3g pin IS',..Bilgt'n " 2:43 pm
N. Brigt'n " . '.6:28 pin Leettnitile " 4:23pm
JLeetsdale " . 10:43p nu l "1 ." • 7:20 pm
2:$18 p. in. Chicago-Ex- . 10:50 ai , m. Chicago
press leaves daily. -.. Express arrives daily.
Ja23 F. It. MYERS, General Ticket Agent.
I T T S nitrirtGlitaingliggig
FA I T' R. R:.
~. • •
PAN HANDLE . notrrE.
CHANGE of TIME.—On, mid , after SUNDAY,
December lath, 1867, trainswill leave and arrive at •
Union Depot, as follows,•Pittsbbrgh time: • • •
Delksrt. • Attire. •
Mail Express 2:15 a. m. . 3:55 p. m.
Fast Line 9:40 a. tn. 7:05 p. m.
Fast Express 2:50 p. at: 10:55 a. m.
'Mixed Way ~ 0:10a. m. 6:50p. m.
McDonald 's Acc'n, No. ' 1.. -11:10 a. m. , 2:10 p. m.
Steubenville Accommod'n. 3:55 p.m. 0:30 a. m.
McDonald's Acc'n, No. 2.. 5:10 p. tn.: .8410 a. m. • ~
' SPECIAL NOTlCE.—Sunday Express leaves et 2:50 f
p. m., arriving InCincinnati at6:3e a. m. th e next'
- - Church Train leaves Sunday at 12:55 p. •na.
The 9:40 a. m. Train leaveS daily, Sunday and
Monday excepted, arriving iniE . Clncinnatt at 9:55
the . same eveningi_l3 HOURS ; IN ADVANCE OF
ALL OTHER ROUTES. I c
.115r•No change of cars betareen T l ttaburgh and
Cincinnati,. and BUT ONE change to St. Zonis,
Cairo, and the principal Imintei West and Southwest.
Whenpurchasing tickets be: sure and find the
office of the. , -; I. i .
Pittsburgh, Columbus & Cincinnati R. 8.,
piettsfflo 6) 34 A4:61.,
UNION DEPOT, (SOL, II SIDE.)
M. D. MOTHERSPAIIGH, Ticket Agent
S. F. SCULL, Genera. Ticket Agent.
JOHN D. MILLER. (Jen. Freight Agent
EN N ST LVAI,
and after October Bt
rice at and depart from tin
Washington and . Liberty s
Mall Train.... 1:20 a m
Fast Line ... .. .1:50 a m
Wall's No. ... 13:20 a m
Brinton No. 2.r 7:50 ain
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 a m
Cincinnati Ex. s 9:10 a m
Johnstown Ac, 10:15 a m
Phila. Express 1:50 pm
Wall's No. 8... 1:30 pm
Wall's No. 4. 2:50 pm
Wail's No. 5.. 5:50 p m
Wall's No. 6.. 7:00 pm
Train 10:30 pw.l
The Church Train leaves'iWall's Station • every
Sunday at 9:15 a. m., reaching Pittsburgh at :05
a. in. 'Returning leaves Pittaburgh at 12:50 p. m.
and 'uric at W all's Station it 2:00 p. tn.
*Cincinnati Express leaves daily. All other trains
daily except Sunday. • ' •
Philadelphia Express and '
,the - Altoona Accommo
dation mid Emigrant Train strive daily. Cincinnati
Express arrives daily except 31:Sudny. All other
trains daily except Sunday: •
For further information sprto
AV: H. Co mm WITH, Agent.
The Pennsylvania Railroadany will not SS
mine any risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap
parel, and limit their responsibilitylo one Hundred
Dollars In value. All Baggage exceeding that
amount in value will be at the risirof the owner, un
less taken by special contract •
„. • [ - EDWARD 11. WILLIAMS
General Superintendent, Altoona, Pi.
h, 1867. Trains will' ar
e Dillon Depot, .corner of
-treats, as follows:
Da Express.•. - 300 a m
Wals No. 1.: 6:30 a m
Mal Train 8:20 a m
W 's • No. 2.". 9:60 a m
•Chicinuati Ex 11:15 a m
Wail's N 0.3,. 11:30 a m
Johbatown Ae. 2:50,pm
Wall's No. 4.. .3:30 pm
Phila. Eames. 4:10 pm
Wa l's No. 6.. 1:50 pm
Wan' s N 0.6.. 6:05 pm
Fast Line 7:2opm
Wall's N 0.7.. 10:50 pm
WESTER N PENltanalifflat '
SYLVAIA. RAI -
—On and after NoveMber 1, 1867, the Pas
senger Trains on the WestOrn:-Pennsylvanla Ran.'
road will arrive at and-depart from the Federal
Street Depot. Allegheny City, as follows:•..
' Arrive ' i .`' . Delmirte
SharOb'g No. I 6:95 a m 3%11 , - 6:130 im.
Freeport No. 1 8:15 a m'Freeport No. 1. 9:05 am
Express 10:10 am Sharpb'g No.111:510 a m
re Pb l , g . II
MfPe'ifPlPrpo;l. N 0 .2 1:95 AcAs
Mall .6105 p m Freeport N 0.2 6:05 pnu
Harmerv'e Ac 7:10 p m Sharpleg N 0.2
.7:30 p m
Aboye trains run daldyexoept Sunday. .
The Church Truth leaves ;Allegheny Janet. every
Sunday at 7:40 a. tn. - reaching Allegheny City at
0:50 a . tn. Returnl4, loaves - Allegheny City at
1190 p. in. and arrive at Allegheny Janet. at 9:45
P•' ' '
CommtrrArzots Tfor.Ex&tFor sale in packages of
Twenty, between, Allegheny City, Chestnut street,
Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek. Etna and Sharpsburg,
and good only on the tmintt stopping at Stations spe
cified on tickets. ' 1 ,, .
The train leaving Alleg heny City at 6:50 a. m.
' makes direct connection at. Freeport with Walker's
line of Stages for Butler and Hannahstown.
Throngh tickets may be I purchased at the Office,
No. 3 bt. Clair street, near Suspension Bridge,
Pittsburgh, and at the Depot, Allegheny City.
For further information apply to
JAMES - LEFFERTS, Agent,
. I.:Federal Street Depot.
The Western I'ennsylvania Railroad will not as
sume any risk for Baggage except for wearing ap
parer, and limit that. responsibility to One Hundred,
Dollars in valu. All ba gga ge exceeding this
amount in value will be at the risk orate owner, nn
tess taken by special contract.
EDWARD 11. WILLIAMS,
des General Superintendent. Altoona. Pa.
SMOKY HILL NAKE
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY ,
The SHORTEST AND MST RELIABLE ROIITE
Rem the East to et pointe
v - New Mexico; Idaho,
. ; Oregon;
Two Trains leaye Statti Line and Leavenworth
.dally, (Sundays exceptedil oh the arrival of trains of
Pacific Railroad from St. Louis, and Hannl and
Bt. :Jo Railroad from Quincy, connecting atLa w _
rence, Topeka and -Waniego with, stages for all
points in Kansas: At ehd of track- west of Ells
worth with the UNITED STATES EXPRESS COM
PANY'S DA Tr. y MINE OF OVERLAND. ?SAIL
AND Expuvgg voAcsEs FOR
And'withSANDEltSOl:3 " E X :TY
i ße ro ut i ' a s t in in rt, Ax Pass. izon Al aaa bu d - ;
And all Points in the Territories
New. w u W s e t
et C OACHES
' t x i t h e B a necn
e r i t : F e n e ol e te .
etpalpment, and the arhingements e. with- re
apcnisible Overland Tninsportation Mann from its
y e ‘
BA n i L es t T
EL e d
NR ta o and t..sau ar_oinordl
i• IJ. H NItZBIITEIt,.
kienstal ilre igbt anti Tfeliei
1 1( 00,10fr !OF) M9r..t• ,
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