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Gold - Closed atAt9R6lol4.'
P3y Telegraph to the Plits'OnrOt GaZette.)
NE* YOEK, Div 6, 1868.
an:ly Awn DION - EY. -
'foney market' quiet at 6,@47 on call,
tendency toWards firmer. SteEling steady
le@loV, for.prisne bills. Gold firm during'
rte gay, ranging fr0m.139344139%, closing
t 139%©181) 1 4 Loans at 634©6 per cent
carrying, , and some flat for borrowing.
lx:pfirt for to-day :NVEt$ 8638,000.
The Assistant Treasuier , sold to-day about
,-300,000 and paid out on May Coupons 8572,-
1 00. Hit also bought $250,000 wbrth of Seven;
'llirtics at 7%.
f a' •'d ' . '" d77li6ifi d
.. moan or an new '65 and
W. ' enry CieWs & Co. tarnish the follow
:Ig• 640 prices: Coupons 1881, , 113X®114;
0 '2, 1083.410894; do '64, 106%@106g;
io '35, 1063;@,106, 1 4; mew,
.199©109 1 4, do
;37, 10914©1097,4; Ten-Forties, 103@10334;
;even-Thirties, 1073e;®107%. 1
H. , '3. Messenger to-day effected settle
uents with some Walletreet creditors at 75
tents on the dollar and resumed business..
1 STOCKS. • • , ,
The stocks were strong ' and active for;'
Festertishares, with tituarked advance Oh
• 3fichigen Central, Fort Wayne and others.
, l'ew. York Central atidErie was weak and
t ower and the market closed feverish, with
slight decline frormthe extreme rates, - , !
5:30 QUOTATIOSS--Cfinton, 511:94; Cumber
!and; 31",1(33; Weirs•Expross, 25yA25%;
Nmerlctm, 59%10)50; • f Adams, 62®62%.
united States, 614 1 ® 6 23 -, Vleste rn Union: ,
;1/031;; Quicksilbo•, .31, 1 4,; 14fariposa,
®6; Pacific Mail, 93%®93X,CAtlantic,
14%3.5; Western Union Telegratili, 37,,q,
_ ' 037 y,; New York Central, 128Nq)1283 - -4;
~ ,rie, 70%©70%; do. preferred; 73a74; Hnd
on, , 13234®137r Readlng; 190% - ; Ohio and
iiississippi, 31(§31.3‘; Wabash,' 511/A3314;
}t. Paul, ' 64%®64%; • do., preferred, 70%4
034: Michigan Central, . ®122;: Michigan
Southern, 8•13.i54,%'; Illinois. Central, I.o@
146; Pittsburgh, 83@sats• Toledo, 105,1,@
iO 6 ; Rook island, 93 /§ 1 ® 9 g. ii; Northwestern,
IF/A466%; do. preferred;7 W©77; . Fort
106®1063‘; Hartford and Erie, 12
• eils; Miksouris, 88; 4 ; new Termessees, 66,e
1 Mining shares dull; Gregory 2,80; Quartz
^ Mill 90695; Smith and Parmlee 230.
RECEIPTS SUB-TREASURY. • „
1 Receijits sub l tivasury $298,052; payments
274,653;' balance $lO 000 615. •
New York Produce'Market
.., v 'Tele graph to the Plttatairst Gazette.;
I NEW'' Yonz, May 6.—Cotton dull and %c,
iower; sales of 1,700 bales, part Last even
, 'eg, at 32a32%e for middling uplands.
;lour; receipts 7',4140 bbls; tharkett dull but
• I , ithout'necided change; sales of 6,900 bbls;
' t, $8,6149.20 for superfine, State 'and west
- • ,Stn ; $9,7.5a10,40 for extra State; $9,70a10,60
;.• .br extra n estern; -$12a13,50 for wetite wheat
litre; sloal4 for R. 11. •O.; $11a12,50 for
• ;!• traSt. Louis, and12,50a16,00 for
~. oice do, closing quiet. California, flour
'. : ; 1 . •thout decided change; sales of .1 I 100 sack
..I:, ~ $12a14. Rye flour steady 'at $8a9,90.
; .:,. orn Meal quiet; sales-of 300 tibia. Whisky
.... ,;• urinal. Wheat; receipts 7,301 bush; mar
• '' et about lc lower wittviess doing; sales of
„000. bush, •at $2,30 for No. 3 spring;
0 ,38439• for No. 2 do, $2,50 for Canada
. •; llub and common winter red Canada in
•'il - •lond, $2,75 for red Pennsylvania, 52,86 for
- 7 .•
giber winter, State and white Wisconsin,
..:2,95 for white State and unsound Spring,
'2,45 for, Nos. 1 and 2 do mixed. -Rye
irmer; with sales of 8,000 bus at $1,85 for
. 1 3rsey; $1,86 for Canada, and $1,90 for State.
'arleir quiet, with sales of 1,000 bus Canada
' Vest on private terms, Barley Malt dull,
:Pith sales of 2,-000 bus at V..,15. Corn
; • •.. •ii2c better; receipts, 14,700 bus, with
' ''• : tiles of.' 83,000 bus at $1,17a1,19 I .for
'• : bw mixed western afloat, $1,13a1,20 for
r . do in store, and afloat at $1,20; cam
, on- Southern._ yellow, r in store at' $1,20.
receipts none; the 'market is firmer
~•"' ~ pd quiet, sales •of 27,000 bus et 88c for
lectern in store and afloat. Rice is firmer
•'''• • t. llall%c for Carolina. Coffee is tirm and
. !Met, and prices are too,lng . h, for. buyers.
' , . Igar is firm; sales of 800 bads Cuba at 10%
~.., , I;2 c. Molasses is quiet and firm; sales 200
Fds Cuba at 50a54c. Hops are unchanged.
_II 0 al is unchanged. Petroleum is firm at
.w,lic for crude, and 313 c for refined in
• - land. Leather--Hernlock Sole is steady at
i'a2Be.. for Buenos Ayres, light weights.-
:'Fool is quiet; sales of 200,00 pounds at 44a
'r• ii)c for domestic fleece. Pork opened lower
• : lid Closed more, firmly,
and sales were
• ~ ;Jade of 3,250 bbls at r..3,75a29,06, for new,
,'.;less; closinyi eV s29regular;•4 oll2 o s 'far
', : ,ld do.; closing at $28,25 regular, $23,75a
0,25 for prime; $25a25,50 for - prime mess.
'Wet' steady; sales 2:50 bbls , and .50 tiereeff.
3eef hams small sales:at $35,5006,50. Cut
'• theats quiet; sales 245pkge at 13%813%c for
oulders; rgaisio' for lituruf. liilddles
' uiet and ; held above buyers Views.. Lard
. uiet and steadr,•Sales 625 bbls at 19a19y l c
r new. Butter lower: tiV400 , 430 for Ohio,
nd 43a45e for State. Cheese steady at •12a
ie. Freights to Liverpool quiet and firm.
LATE/O.—l/loth' closed vnet and steady,
' :-'vith a moderate export demand fora low
4,rades. Wheat steady witha moderate in
.s- kairy for export at $2,38 for No 2, and $2,48 ,
rNo 1 spring. Rye - firmer • at $1,85a1,88.
eta (billet 88e for western afloat. Corn
rm at $1,18a1;19 for pew and • old -mited
• -vestern afloat and in store. Pork heavy at
1;: - 28,87%a2.9,00 for new d
mess, Gish anregu
•.,,- nr; sales 1000 bids mess at $29, regtilar.
,; ee: quiet and steady. Cut meats firm
~ find very moderate demand.—Bacon norni
itally unchanged. Lard quiet at 19 5 ,1a19gc
or fair to prime. Eggs steady at 23a240.
: gßy Telegraph to the rittsbuygh Gazete.3
'..... '... • CrlicrracATV, bray 6.—Flour dull and
f . - - t•rices droopingf.frincy,B,ll,ooall,2s. Wheat
:''''e n light supply, but the demand is light;
~ • virinter, $2,04.1a2,65 for No. 1; No. 2, $2,53.
porn d ull at. 02a93c. Oats dull and prices
moping;No. 2,70 c; No. ,L, 78c; the supply
••••:• 4 •light, Rye in demand at $2,00, but is
• eld at $2,03. Nothing -doing in Barley.
f ' otton dull and prices nominal at 30a31e for
%, niddling. Tobacco,in good demand at full
rates; sales 146 hhda at $6,00a9,75 for lugs,
izid $10,25a24,60 for leaf. Provisions fiat
nd not enough -done to establish guotaJ
-'• ilions. 11f'es14' Pork,: was 'offered f.reely
iat 8,28,30. Bulk meats 13a1.5c. Bacon at 14
17/al7 ,c for Shoulders, clear rib and clear
• :Odes. Lard Vas offered rather
t 19%c, but there was little or no:inquiry.
,sjßutter is still in light supply and
• tla4sc for fresh.. Eggs dull at 16a17c. Lin
•tiseed oil held at $1,20a1,22. Lard oil steady
81,45a1,50. Petroleunx faro at 35a$
'4",,,ilrefined free. Potatoes in demand at $3,75a
24;-:•4 per bbl on-arrival. Apples s4a7 and the
dlsu p p 1 y light. Gold 139 buying. The de=
iinand for money is active at 10 per cent,..for
..,•;Athe bolt paper.
Iv , ;1.,
. . •
7JCBy Telegraphritpo Zl.ie -Pittsburgh Gazette.l
. May 6. Flour firm and
I , ll j st',2lEyvvriE th a good demand:, doable extra
;;7 4, !. s pring city made I.llri country do $lOO5O
gl, -4 , 9,11,50; double extra ln _ city madeamber $l4; ,
ade White $15,50; double
7c: 1 :1
triple "t ec e t city Cini . ntr made " e11,50a1 2 1 75 .
41 extra r 6 No yl.
Wheat Unchanged,- stead and . 03:k ;
', -- t red Winter 02,7:5; do 2,60; No-1 spring
Cornt ) nier; "o 1 shelled held
rikt $2,454 2,50 ..... - 6 1 store. -deur' quiet with a
at 98%a99c front
but firmer: . ..held at 76c for
.1...,L5' light demand , . firmer
",i'ii No 1 state.. Petroleum (melted and
1.. * 1 with a better demand; , erode held at §5,20k,
4-' 5,25; refined in bend i free' 3(3ll37 e. '
Chicago ,igarket. . ,
i.-.1.7A Lily Telegraph to.taerittotsgsh CAssetts4
...g 4 41 . Ctuce.o o ; ,Msy . 4.-107 M , bog . market -is
6 fair and active at-;15a209_,-I,9Ver;. saes at _
if _,14.37%a8i69 Air ligbti :1108.,7589,90 for medi.
urn to fair,. luidl9;r7.Xll9;4o' for good to
.1.3 choice, &Beef cattle ~.more,-setive; soles at
;i 0,750,010 til#ohero s stviifair,3 B7l
~s . for light shipping steers.; . ____ ,
Q - - to choice beeves. kW!! _ vow?. ssb.,
.ivj' bogs , shipthiniti,447). cIIPok:A.-,
Ty Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
: CErroAoo, May 6.^-4"l4thr quiet at $9,..4714a
is firmer •
11 for spring extra. - Wheat firmer and
more active With an advance of lc; sp. es at .
q 2,19 0 21 for No.ll, and $2,12a2,15 for N 0.2,
closing with sellers of No. 2at $,13. Corn
in brisk speculative inquiry for No. 1, the
ether grades are quiet and firmer at 93a96c
for No. 1; 92a93%c for No. 2; 91Ma93e-for
new, and 89a91c for rejected;- eloping quiet •
at 95,c for No.. 1, Oats, active and %ale'
at6934a72c, closing firm; at 7/i c
Bye dull and 3a4c lower. at - $1,83 for No.,
andll,Kfor No. 2in store. Barley dalkat . .
62,35- far No: 2, and r...,20a2,0 for sample.
lots. ' PrOvisionsSttong and active. - Mess
Pork at $ 28,50a29,75 ; ordinary dolifs27, and`
rump pork at $23: - Laid is firm and held'
at 19%a20e ;for 'rime city steara; country
lots solii:at .19. Bulk meats native and
firm; sales of shoilldera at 1.1a20:: :Freights
.dull and. yoi-Np lower; 2%423 c' for oats to
Buffalo.. .Bcceipter...-5,718 tram 26,250
bush wheat; , 70,680.bu5h corn 23,132 ; bush.
'oats: Bliipmentrg77i/.03 Phi/snow; 641 bush
Wheat; 14;724 btalicOrri• 1 600 bush oats
1 . •
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v Telegraph 10 ti Pittsburgh,4t s ,Fette.l
" LciOsNlT..l:l‘.tay. P. —Tobacco , active _ and
excited,Vith sales Of ,248 'aids; 1ug55..1 2 75a
B,oo,lconituonloaf $7,50a10,50, mediumllin I
18, fait"to goOd cuttingslBa3B,l4rikht I
wrappers` 20a50. Wool; untrashed,2B4,34c;
washed''and " - pieked , 42.04 c. "Flotirr - sntuer.-::
fine 88 0 75a9;00,--tincyc.517.,75h13,25. Wfinat,
$11,55a2,60. " Corn 88a9Oci Oats 78a80 i: 'Bye'
5p„12a20.5. .Lard 20a20 1 * c. Mess'Pork $2B 76
129 . Pawn; Sheuldtrs 14.)4 c, clear rib Sidesi
17,0 Ow Sides 1834a18}6c.' Bulk, Meats;
Shoulders. 133ia1.43. 1 ,c, clear ;Sides 17 ;c,.
Ely felegralitt tp.pr rittaburgli Garettg, 3, I
"MlLwAriczny May :6.—Flour firmer;,
choice . .. Wisconsin and lowa, 89,752110,75;
rnedimn, $9,37a9.62; common,. ; $8,75a9..
Wheat•4ctiVe and unsettled at V.,10 for No
I spring; ma for No 2. Oitts, firm at 70c
fbr No 2! Corn quiet and firm at 93e; for No
1.- Receipts=-2,600 'bbls flour, 41;000 bush
wheat, 50.000 . bUsly oats,. 4,000 bush
Shipments-14600 bbla ftour, , 81,000 buSh
wheat, .1,000 bush oats, 6,000 bush corn.
(Bs Tetegrarth , to . th6 Vitt eb!ligh Giiette.j
firm, at 1734a18c for crude,:rid 30c for
fined. ~Flour. is dull and weak... Wheat;
there is butlittle demand, and the market
is droopingt . primePennsylvania red is held
at :, 1 2,813, .Rye Ia null at N., _Corn has ad
- arced IC, with sales of -4,000 btts yellow at
$1,21, and mixed western at $1,21. 4:2045; the
market is better; sales of western at 87a90c
.Provisions are' unchanged. '" '
ER; Telogratili to the Pittsburgh Gazeite.l
• TOLE6O, May o.—Flour; receipts 1,772
bbls; market quiet. Wheat; receipts 1,050
bush; market quiet and firm.. Corn;,
ceipts 20,308 bush; market I%c better; sales
of No. 1 - at 95±.4a95%c; 'sellers' for May and
.Tune atioBc; buyers for. June'at 99c; yellow
to arrive at 97c. Oats held above the views
of buyers.. Rye scarce. Seeds dull. Lake
freights dull, at 3c on earn to Buffalo.
;By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
13.u.TimoaE, May 6.--i• Flour dull and less
firm for spring wheat, but no • quotable
changer Wheat steady; Maryland, 53,16;
Pennsylvania, .$2.70a2,00: ,Corn firm; yel
low, $1;25; white, $1,15. bata firm at s%
90c: Rye duiVat $2,05. Provisions firm at
Telegrai)ll to the Pittsburgh Gazette
DETROIT, May 6.—Four; . the., demand
for:choice' has improved, chiefly for 'the
New England trade; selling freely at $13,50,
a 13,60. Wheat; thine were small offerings;
market dull and nominal, with light sales
at $2,98 for No. white; '
.. _ •
Albany Cattle Market.
illy Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
ALBANY, May 6.—There is a fair demand
for cattle and the prices advanced 14,a3.6c,
live weight ranging at , $8a10,25 for extra.
Receipts for the week 3,000. Sheep' 35c
higher; sheared...B%B, and wool $8.25a9,25.
CBy Tele itaph to the Plttebargth9ezettel
Mk3ipms t ,111ayt3.oxt quiet; receipts
88 bales;, exports2l. bales., Flour without
change. , Pork, 830: firmer;, , shoul
ders, 14 Clear sides;loXc. Lard,; 20a21c.
Cern, $1,03.. Hay,sl7, Oats, 80e. "Bran, 34e.
IMPORTS, BY RAILROAD.
PITTSBURGH", FT. A.YNE AND CHICAGO
'RAILROAD, May 6.-41ottnges, A C'Dlincan
2 dog powers, J Knox; 2 do Beckham &
Long; 5 bbis vinegar; Shomaker & Lartir;
12 plows, .I,Bl9cupi; 47laides, Flamm &Son
2 kgs apple butter,.Voight, - _Mahood it ;Co;
5 hlf bbls`'fish; S P. Shriver 4 Co; 26 dozen
brooms;'3 - "Pcirterfield;Bo bgs malt,.Spencer
& McKay;ls bxs Smith & Co; V4' do
do, McKay & Co; 15 bbbi lime, Wal
.laci;,2 do eggs; Graff & Reiter; 1 bbl bacon,
TC)ight, Mahood & Cc); 37 hills felloes, 53 do
Spokes, Hare & Bro; 5 bbls eggs, 1 keg '
onions, 2do apple butter, 4do lard, W Hr
Graff; 36 libts potatoes, Woodworth & Co;
46 bxs window glass, C Ihmsen & Son; 65
joints, pipe, I) ;Frank; 14 bgs rye, J. it W
Fairley; 1 car shingles, - A. A Baker; 22bbls•
pearls, B Canfield & Son; 8 inns bulk
meat, r Selleri3 &Co;'.l:car middlings, S B
Floyd; 1 do bran, Keil & Ritchart; 300 ,bbis
dour, T C Jenkins; 99 'do do, D Wallace;.'
100 do do, Culti'dc Sliepard; 100 do do, Watt,'
& Wilson; - 10 do do, Shoniaker & Lang; 1
car, meat, E , 11.M3i eta & Co; 2 do mond,
Bryan & Caughey; 2do do, Nimick & CO;
2 do do, Moorhead & Co. , ,
CLEVELAND. AND. PITTSBURGH . RAIL.
ROAD, 6 —ll cars iron, liimick
& Co; 6do do, Bryan de Caughoy; Ido do,
Shoenberger & Blair; 108 bdls broom han
dles, H B McClelland; 37 bbls scraps, A
Hoveler dr. Co; 25 hf bbls herring, E /Teazle
t'on; 25 dodo, J G Dravo; 10 do white fish,,
K Smith & Co; 250 sks malt,
helm, Miller & Co; 1 cask ware, Chas
Kratz; 1 do do, M End; 1 do do, A Fisher;
-1 do do, .7 Serg; 8 bags rye, Jas . Glenn;,43
lugs mobisses,F G Craighead; 1 car stavess,
Livingston it Bro; 1" — do lumber, .1 M Sei
bort; 72 bales hay, Bingham T Long; 1 bbl
syrup, Arbuckles & Co. - • . •
Amtioltur-rt VALLEY RAILROAD"; May 6u 2
4 cars metal, McKnight, Porter &Co; 20
sks rye, A Wood; 00 carboys', vitroil, E
Jageman;_9o do do, Hackett & McKee; 5
do do, I do lard, L J Blanchard; 12 sks
oats, J Armstrong; 34 do :do, H S Steel; 3
bags rags, McCullough,Btuitb &.Co; 33 bgs
oats, McHenry & Hood; 6 , bbls eggs, 2 bxs
butter, J Graham; 27 mks ry.N.D Wal
lace; 24 bags oats, 23 do rye; 34 do wheat, S
B Floyd; 4 cars limestone, Shoebberger &
Blair; 2 cars metal, H Woodsides; 50 bags
Tye, .1 1) McKee; 60 bbls salt,'T Mitchell; 38
, sks oats; .S Marsfield;:7o sks dati, Adams dr
IhrTsnuacin. COLUMBUSD CINCINNATI
RAILROAD, May AN
Kirkpatrick & Co; ' 12 'bbis landplastiir,
I Watt tt - Wilson; _0 s k s r y e ; 7 ' bbls egg, -
Graff &Metter; 20 do do; 6 pkgi_butter W
H Graffatc Co; 17 ski poitatoes,'o L ' avet
100 bbls flour, Watt At- Ung; 10 WS Spirits,:
J McCullotigh & Co; 2 carsitheatAT Ben=
nedY - . is_ L
PITTSBURGH , ciiig stEt aivirmg
, Ite.ll.ltoArt, May .5 , 4 bblii
P ficrans, Presser &
ei; JO coils 41411 0 , :Fuiton, Moun t= & c o; 77
bdls sheet W:v ironc, Aimstrang: 00 , rous
biather, G EL" Anderson; i car wond i irAus.,
king; 1 bbl vinegar, G i aX.s)lYol4;,ls_
pape!,i.f..l.oo? Co. :(.3 - 44ij•
0 4 A t f o al*t2tibbia.
flour, 13:0,1414%114 /00,1+0 datirm ir t, &
l o tingenlielizi; .:61044r r ;
'2 ,bbix flwitOr° 4o39l34 G ' ' •
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : THURSDAY," MAY 18,65
Both rivers are again rising at this point,
under the influence of the recent rains,
and last etening''the Monongahela marks
indicated eight eet. the Monongahela
was. reported rising at Brownsville yeste
day with thirteen feet in thochannel, and
the 'Allegheny Was 'swelling at Oil City
with .thirty-four) inches in the , channel.
The weather continues , cloudy and warm'
with indications of more rain. • •• • .
• The Messenger, from St. Louis, J. Mc-
Cullough, from Cincinnati,' Ingornar, from
Wheeling, and Grey Eagle, from Parkers
burg, constitute the arrivals. while the
New York, for Nashville. Kate 'Robinson,
for St. Donis', and regtilit packets' embrace
the dePartures. -. the Robingori had an ex-.
cellent I trip, inelS.diiig quite number of
passengers. ; • :
The McCullough brought up an eicellent
trip, and she made remarkably good time,
having left.-Cincinnati on Sunday after
noon. She is one of the finest' and swiftest
packets that „comes to:; this port, and is in
E;very way, suited for the Pittsburgh and
OinCinnati trade., Passengers and.pcussen
gers and • shippers will bear in mind that
she -leaves as usual to-dayi.proinptly at 12
olclock. .Capt. Geo. I). Moore, in corn
mand,- with his brother• Daninthe office.
Messrs. Ghreist dr ll'agett will receive
all the Cincinnati freight that:may offer for
'the St.,Charleato-day at , the.foot of Wood
street. The St. Charles is expected in thia,
forencion,and will return as' minallo-mor
rOw at sp. ni. • - • ' ;
The Argosy, in consequence
„of some re
pairs Which it Was found necessary to
make to-hee'rnaehinerY, did not get off as
expected ; yesterday for ,;Cincinnati, but will
positively leave on Saturday.,, .• ,
The following named towboats started up
the Allegheny hyesterday: 'Lotils+lllle,
lohn Berme, Oil Valley, Blue.Lodee, Bril
liant, Keystone, -Gipsey,- and Witi- Barn
' The.New'StateXcipt. Harrison, Will leave
for Cincinnati. and Louisville to-day posi
tively. She will receipt freight through
to Nashville, Memphis and New. Orleans.
The Silver Cloud, Capt. Conway, is now
in turn for St. Louis,, and she is announced
to leaVe on Saturday. •
The Allegqheny River was 'rising at Oil
City yesterday; with thirty-four inches; in
the channel at noon. As,t,he recent rains
appear to ''have been general, there will
doubtles.s be a swell. fn the Monongahela
The Camelia hasbeen laid up for some
time, undergoing repairs. I
We should not - be- surprised to see the
-Allegheny River packets resume business
to-day or to-morrow. • .
The Delaware was at Nash Ville on Mon
day last. . • ,
A Lopisville paper of Monday says:,
Quite an exciting boat race came off yes
terday in front of this Captain Billy
'Willians, aged:7B years ,and Frank Rose,
aged 27 or thereaboats2the former with the
Nettie Irwin and the latter with the,
liant—upon the wager of a new hat, agreed
to row against each other a distance of five
miles. Inside of less than one-fifth the dis
tance Rose let down, and Williams was de- I
clared the winner.. Capts. Dan Richards •
and Billy Warble were the referees.
Says the St. Louis Republican: The Mag
gie Hays, from Pittsburgh, had, as custo
mary with boats from that city, a large
cargo of manufactured articles, a large pots I
tion of which goes to points on the Upper ,
Mississippi by the steamers of the North
ern Line. Captain Abe Hutchinson is now
fairly establis'hed in this city as General
Superimendent of the Northwestern Union
Company's steamers. .
Wm. Slathena '
a steamboat pilot, coin
mitted suicide at Evansville ou Thur.-day
by taking morphine.
A break occurred In the levee of the Dii
cross plantation, below New Orleans op
Sunday last. An acre of the levee had been
carried away, and the' crevase - was sweep
ing everything before it. At last accounts
there was a prospect of stopping its ravages
before serionis damage is done. ' 1
A heavy robbery was committed on the
last trip of - the Pargoud. While she was
'approaching Helena, the stateroom of Mr.
J. D. Winter, n citizen of , Louisiana, was
entered by a thief .and r 56 in • currency,
twenty-one 5-20 coupon_ interest bonds,
amounting to f 462, and. a draft on No* Or
leans for *if, stolen. No trate could be got
of the ,thief, and it is, supposed he left the
boat at St. Helena. . -
Billy Page, a Well-knoWn'river _
was roobed of $3,400 at his residence. In
the city.of Memphis t cot Thursday. night.
The * Messenger, from the Upper Mississ
ippi, arrived at • Cincimiati on Friday, and
discharged P 3 6 -• sacks oats.' She left for
Pittsburgh in the evening, : with 1,602, pigs
,lead, and 175'toris iron' ore for that point,
and 2,730 sacks wheat for •Gallipolia. The
oats and lead were taken aboard at Galena
and Dubuque, and the. wheat at Winona,
A St. Louis paper sayerthat lit-e,y loads
of freight aretha rile- with; the • packets
from all the upner rivers. Missouri river
boats coming slOwn occasionally refuse
Quite a Contest ilea, been going on be
tween the upper - Mississippi packets Tom
Jasper andliarry Johnson, for some time;
.'for the championship in speed.', The two
boats leave St. Louis together. On 6atur
day quite a large crowd was attracted to
the wharf there to. witness the departure.
We hope the contest will :notresult in ac
cident. • •
We take the' following items from the
Cincinnati • Gazette, of, Monday: • The Lo
revs, with a barge in tow, passed down
from Pittsburgh to St. Louis on Maturday.
Boat and barge were heavily loaded. Pi
lots, R. Shmkle and Albert William
son. The J. N. , McCullough did not • get
- away till after' noon yesterday, being de
tained receiving freight. She received .6io
barrels pork from' the Louisville -packet
America, destined for New York. Rates
'to Pittsburgh, 40 cents. She also re
ceived 200 bales bay from the Madison
packet land. The towboat Collier, with
six barges, arrived, from Cairo yesterday.
and passed up, to Pittsburgh, Two of the
barges were tilled with empty oil barrels
- `The Wananitta 'arrived at St. Louis on
Monday last, from Omaha, with tnree hun
dred tons of produce. She will doubtless
load at St. Louis for Pittsburgh.
A special from Keokuk says' the heavy
rains of the last few days havadriven,
the smaller 'streams in • Southern':--lowa '
out of their banks, and >made 'a _large de- -
struction of property and damage,to
roads. The raised . three feet
at this place last night.- The„, Des Moines
Valley and St. Paul Railroads sustained,
heavier damages than any.qtharOads.
The Arabitni which, lek this port for
Fort Benton. April 27th, waiteriagged and
sunk over 'her: her 13°11(4 1 '40dt opposite
Atchison; at 'two tivtn.; yesterday. The '
-boat will prove a total loss, with Most of her
cat o: ,She was carryinga duplicate tanri
of GoVernment supplies na;lieu of, that holt
onthe Carrie, which sunk last month near:
Blackbird Hillis,the Carrle's cargo amount
big t0'203 tons: The Arabian had likewise
soma privateleti of - freight, ; and altar pas
senger liat;lncluding several ladies. . She
Was Owned by Beri Johnston,' of this city;
three-fonrths; •andl 3.IEL Bishop, of Pitts;
burgh, one-fourth; arid litusursd, :Rain;
TO 012,000. The Arabian-was built fit Pitte
',burgh in At% -tot Messrai • saerthis, Bishop
and Ben. Johnston., Het carrying capacity.
tons:. 'bier ,value. was
noted by the ..utiderwrOrs'at •• 621,000 In
'FePT.utiqi 1 807 i, 018,00(Y in October of Sarno
year,and $14,000 PreVions to her:departure.
—l5 l - Louis Dem ocrat,' • •
Rtweis 'and IVPIth 'i •
'- - —` }.' toitelinitik-Osziiti.3 -,-
my Tete....phlo int
Lo Jiver Aging, with
:B titntiram; 10,ti. Itl A:,t," e i t i 4r la warm and
feet 11: inches V , :;4 14 1 ,
shonferY; —‘• --, ,• :- -, ~ ir • ":;'l' - ‘ '
- - ,
7-02,-PA-7:..577 - 4-r, - . --- = --- =' ------ -r.^.'ig . 4,s o''' - .17117Pn , :..t - 1 - 51 - ,77.-ntlariv;? - --,-,rii,oJp.;py..;'*,.--.:•:',.---, - 4-o'l , - - L -',.`-- Z,4 4 ., J-4,-;. , - -- Fi - Inf..-- ----O, Zt o-7-74
'",./''.7:4--' %.'. ; .3 , ..i14,ifig , kw - 11 , v,0r.zgt,%11:..,...4.-vEf.._,. -;(30w4,.iv.,744w --.44:4„.e.- .
- 6- - ' 4"r . - , -**- 0 • ' _ W' ,j;
" 4 " TEMESDAT PACKET—AT 12 at
The new and.splendtd side.-wheel steamer
J. N. M'CULLOUCH,
G. D. MOORE Commander. '1
D. 31008. E Clerk.
.The above elegant side7wheel teamer, will leave.
regularly as announced, connec Mg at Cincinnati
with Packets and Railroads toLo vide: Nashville:
3temphia, , 'New Orleans and St. outs. Also, to the
tipper Mississippi and - Missouri r ere. - • '
Freight pr passengers receipts through either by ,
rail or river . :•
. . _
Especial attention given to Orders and Wayßusiness
For freight . or passage apply o board or to r s,
AS. u" INS .; Age nts.
4IASLETI', sag l a
Forwarding and Commis ion MeNhants,
AND GENEIt L
tiIEAMI39AT CENTS ,
C,or." Market and !atm. s., Pittsburgh.
We are the authorized agents for the "NOll2ft-
WESTERN• 11.11.1101 f 'PACKET'. COMPANY'
tween St. L ul; ouis - and St. Pa also for the ''''S.T..
LOUIS aIaIINOY'PACITET 4.; MPANY.„ ,, • - •''
Freights - RECEXPTED.THR 'UGH by either of
the above lines at the-LOWEST ItATES: Shippers'
entrusting goods to our. care c n 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
.pointspruhe Western:waters. • . . ' • '. • i.. 1.!: oft.: .-
0 1 1"feINX*11 .
Polnerog,t GoUlopolls, Big •Saildq,L
. • „: • . •
ST. . .. „Master...
MONDAYS. 5 P.:11: • '
ST: CHARLES 0: DItAVO. -
The above elegant sidc - -wlicel steamers will lease
with Packets tiTrirtghtlrt r O n
Memphis, New Orleans and St. Louis. •Alsoto the
..I.l . C i r g il.:s o s r ls y sli s t4t e d rs M=r l rivers.
wad through either by
rail or river. , -
Especial attention given to Orders:lnd Way Busi
ness. BARNES & COLLINS,
atr.M - • WIRIEST & HASLETT. AstUnts.
Marietta and. Parkersba,rg line.
Leave Compartyls 'W'harfbOat 4 4 fotit ofVood street
MONDAYS ASA THURSDAYS. •
Duo. D. 310010 r., 31aster.
_ TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.'
A. S. SILEZILERD. 3faster.
NYEDNESDKYS AND SATURDAYS..
GREY EAGLE....... 'C..1.. Birarersarr, Master.
Freight will be received at all hears by
!DO JASITZ COLLINS. Aient.
H FOR CINCINNATI ANE LOU'
Is A No. 1 steamer ,
NEW STATE 'Capt. JACK lIABRISbN ,
Will give through receints Sot ; Freight to Meinphle,
New Orleans and Nashville. Thto boat ha ANTI
Making trips with great regularity. 'and shippers
will find it to their ailvantage to give the Captain or
Agents a call before making contracts cOcwhe re.
FLACE & COLLINGWOOD,
m , • - OHRIRST & HAS...ETT. AgentS.
FOR ST. LOITIS.:=-The ia gE i t
WEDNESDAY. 6th' tnst
Win leave as announced above; giving through
receipts to Keokuk. St. Paul and intermediate ports
by the N. L. Packet Company.
• FLACK & cuLTANGw ooD.
_ . .
ItEGULAR WEDNES-z i ar z a
DAY PACKET tiOlt CINCIN
ATI.—The tint stt attic r
- . Capt. VAIMICIIGRIFT.
W. IL. Scott. Clerk. leaves Pittsburgh for 'Cincin
nati every. WEDNESDAY nt noon. • .., ~, .
„ C. SARNI:S. ).
• .. • . JAS. COLLINS,' ‘ , Ageute., -
nib= . JOHN FLACK _
- . ----- - -
TO LIVERPOOL AND
QUEENSTOWN. - ,., ,~ -
'T/IE INDIAN- . MAIL= WITIANISRIPS, ,
.. t 'li b u e crt ee n l e e r b irt n tr t si ed etten first-class Viseele, ani:Oag tilk.ni ,
CITY OF PAItIS. ' . 'CITY OF AN — Si - EPP.
CITY OF ARV I T&N or I .4 7;ii iI igiBALTL.M.ORE, I
Sailing EVERY SATURDAY, from Pier 43, North:
River, Nei,. York. For passage orturther informs
tionapply,to • *t w a t .. w ili iirA ii ) T ..' '
II 1 • f
All . 24 '
. 1 " 9 FIFTH STREET, (Chronicle Building,)
• Nearly opposite Post'Ottiee. Pittairargil.
$- ' •
1 - STOCKINGS! STOCKINGS: ' •
A yotr. AND- COMPLETE STOOK OF
1 . ' Hosiery, Gloves; - --
} , . Undershirts and `. ~.
1. ' - , - _ Trawers,l ~
• • -, - . - ;i. AT Tim • -'. , '''''
Old Stand Sto'cking• Stake;
. . ~No ~4. FIFTIf STREET. .• ' '• .
FACTURiNG COtIPANY. Manufacturers of
PRINTING AND_WRAPP NG.,PAPERS. ,
- CLINTON 3fILI.—STEIIIIENViLLT.,
„ BEIGIiTON MILL—NEW SIII.OHTON,
. OFFICE AI E :WAREHOUSE, •
I No. 82 Third StreetyPithiburgh., Pai
aOFFICEuS—AUGUST EAIITJE President. _'
SAMUEL RIDDLE, Secretary s .
DIRECTORS—AnaPst Hartle, John Atwell, S. a
Hartman, John B.l.lvlngton. , -
Cash paid for raver Stoca. JaZ:o88
Mate of P. F. W. dc C. 'Railway.)
...Office, No. Ifo FEDERAL STREET,'Itoom
tip stairs. P. 0. Box so, ALLEOIIENY
MACHINERY, of nli descriptions, designed:
• , BLAST EURNACEand ROLLING MILL DRAW
INGS furnislied. Partluular attention paid to de
/Wing COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES.. Patents con
ddentialty, solicited. .gir An EVENING MUM.
IND GLASS for mecilanios every, ; MF.D.NESDAY,
O,IILVER We'shill E in a
few bays; send an agent to Blivdr Mountain,
Coldrado,:todevelopo ten different Lodettor Oliver
Oro, .discovered and located by exporlencedaniners.
• and situated in au unusually. rich ,mining district.
•t is intended to hive them fully .developed before
co ws, to. th% expense lor erecting. buildings, maw
ilablet7; &c. For this development the, Company
• have , determined to selV limited amount , of the' ,
fitoelt At a rate which will place purchasers on, the
aunio4ooting..as Alio , proprietors' , thetnselves., on,
• rultaatleadars, apply to , McLAIlf & CO., • •
J. • ••• lA*Rourtb street.' •
TICOVIIIMBELL / . 4 CO, • 1 ••,•
IA-a. AN6FIad COTTON ~VIIY.LS,
Biliniztactua it&ot ii/M.VI7,ISIEDIEHrind" LIGHT
'AHCHOR 41i1):MAGICI1.4 ,BILMINGS AHD,
11. LT ,
Sealer of Weights,and•Neasures,
,:( ; ti3.36aeen Ferri actTets•
:re Pitimilitii;.iititait64 in:
; 'r 860 fl WHETS LIME,
' " ittigiticrrox,
ilOante - op mem "
COMMISSION - IMERCHANTS
DS STB.B.ta ,
M, STEEL.E. & SON,
Canz7itissiim , ltfeiciujntsi
• • • • 1
1.: 4 7'D DEALERS" 1- '
FEOLTR a ,OItATZT, -FEED cs.„l
No. 95 OHIO STREEI near East Commons
ALLEGHENY crrir; PA.
,MEANOR HARPER, ,
• FLOITR, GRAIN AND PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS :
329 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH.
ixcks—i G. Martin, Cashier u k . ln T. eli ar e cs'
National Bank; J. S. Dilworth & Co.,
PSTEIt KEIL - ; • JAS. r.lina
K EIL' & RICHART
AND DEALERS IY .
FLOttE, (RATS; SEEDS, 'MILL FEED, &c., &c.,
• 441). Libeity Pittitburgh, - •
McBANE. Au YAHLIEIkr
SJAIIVIISSION . i , i4.
AdHAN - T'
-Dealers in FLOUR, ORAIN , and PIiODUCF. GEN
ERALLY, , No. : .. 141 11.41' ; WATl'llif , ', STARFFi above
Smithfield, burgh. Pitt . jeS
F EI*EII 'B4
' - •
I'ORWABDIAG AHD DOMlllang NEBOHANTE4
For the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon,Larit, Butter, ,
Seeds, - Dried FrOt. and Produce generally; Igo. 10
.31.A.Ricba).13pANET, corner offirat, Pittsburgh.% ..• •
fer..:tdi ' _ r -
S' ONIAKER . & LANG,. 'Whole- .
sale dealers In Grpcerles, Flour, Graln,-•Pr6-
duce, Provisions. Flail, cheese, Salt, Carbon,oll,
1ig5. , 172 and 174 -WOOD 'STREET, - near
Merl Street, Pittsburgh. . Pa. • noliansS
JOHN I. UOUSE EDW. 1101.18E.1....WM. U. HOW SE.
TORN" I. HOUSE- tk,'BßOfil_" Sue
, cessors to. JOHN I. H0115E.&.00., ; Wholesale
rocers • and 'Commission Merchants, • Corner of
Smithn,eld and Water Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa. >f: , I
No. 198 LIBERTY
• STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa. Commission Mer
aut and Wholesale Dealer In -Country Produce;
Groceries and ,Plttsburgh Manufactures. .Cash ad
vanced tin Consignments, and paid for Prodned
ROUT. KNOX • ANDREW KNOI
KNOX & SON; ' commismor
•lIERCANTS rind dealers In FLOUR, GRAII
I LL FEED and PRODUCE GENERALLY, Nt
79 DIAMOND, opptuice pity Hall, Allely,lieny City.
• ja17:07 •
MERCHANT -IN, PIH. METAL BLOOMS
oRE, WROUGHT SCRAB•IRON, , XIBE. BRICK.
AND CLAY: ko. Warehouse and Office V Nos. 366
and 368 VENN. STREET. Sloragebirn 4 44.
, • Conslgmneatingatelted: • - - • • • cie3
_ . ..
TAITTLE, • ' BAIRD- & PATTON
W Al ,'
holesale Grocers, Commlsslonerehants and
eaters - Irt'Produce , ,"Flottr,' Bacon, Cheat°, - "Fish,
Carbon and. Lard 011, Iron, Nalls; 6/a6lh; COLLODI
Yarns and alt' Plttaburgh Manufactures generally,
112 and 114 SECONDBTRBET,:rIttaburgh,:, .;:-
T CANF.IELD & SON A COBI•.
CI • MIBBION k FORWAUDINGIdERCHANTS,
and Wholesale Dealers In Western P,eserre.Cheese,
Butter, Lard,' Pork, 'Bacon, Ylour, Fish, Pot and
Pearl Ashes' - and 0115, Dried Fruit. and 'Produce
generally, :15os. 144 and 146 Front street, Tim-
JOTV'S Ent nog A. WALLACE..
, SALE(' ROCERS AND PROISUCE DEALERS,
o: 8 SIXTH STREET. Plasburall. 1312:r58. ,
J08...411. BUTLER,. -
.ALDERMAN ANDEOLIDE MAGISTRATE.
Otice, 126, WYLIE STREET, near. Wsshington;
PITTSBFRGH, rd. . .
Deeds. Bonds,. 3fortgageS, Acknowledgments.
Depositions, Collections, and all other legittmate
-siness executed promptly. M:0
Ex-Cilleio Justice of the Peace and Pollee 3ldgls
trate. Office. GRANT STREET, opposite the Ca
thedral. PITTSBURGH . , PA- • .. • '
Deeds, 'Roads, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Dcposltiohs, And all Legal Business tkecated with.
promptness slid dlspftteti. mllll3
OFFICiO JUSTICE THE PEACE AND
- 'POLICE IitABISTBATE. •
GFFICE, N0:73 PENNAAVENUE; PITTSBURGH; PA.
Deeds, , Bonds • Mortgages , "Acknowledgments,
:Depositions amenli 'Legal Business 'exCcuted
promptnessand dispatch- ". : .• . tarn.
• eArtitico - of the
~. • •
CEINyEIIANC ER, REAI, ESTATE &INSURANCE AST
CAltso:".i STEW.FT FAST ismrugolika.
Collection ot,itenis solicilvd and promptly attend
ed to. :: - : - • my3:yBo
and Retail Grocers.
II& 366 PENN 6TREET. '
No. 98 FIFTH STREET.
WILI.tAId 11. PARSER; _
• 'IUSTIcE pF TljE PEACE, CONVEYANCER,, &C, ;
°face, CARSON B:tItEET, , nearly, oppostte„the
itallwaytepOt, SOUTH riTTSIILTRtiII.
• ..flusluOes:entrnstkd to- Itt3'eare promptfy attend;
ed to. J
Ally1:161. • ,
JOSEt It M. GAZ;ZA.II . R. F.UTTERFTI7I4).
• ,' • • G.' •JI MASTEIt.' '••• • • '' "
117111ASIMI, - GAZZAId BUITERFIELD,
.ATTORNEYS AND : COUNSELbiS CAW;
And Sohcitors .in Bankruptcy,
OFFICE,;,ys. 4 3 ^ 4 ‘
Oppoeltc the Cathedral:
Jel5:TTe - - • • .
DANIEL NORVAL, M. D.,
OFFICE AlkiD EESIDENCE,
1V o. IS9 Orant St., near High.
No. 87 Fifth Street,
sicOsao ?won,. FRONT Boom
W . A• PEW"'
No. oci Diamond ,Stree.
.oifice,ll6 Dinincind Street, •
(Opposite the Court house,)
• AT TOFINEY - AND- 40UNSELOR ,AT • LAW
No giroGkant Street,
9ritALlll,., •.,- •
.As...TypartES (jFpIC!O •
.JUSTICE OF 'THE' PRAOE •• 13)
Oince,llsl FIFTH EiTßEPllcippoalteihtC atbe- e
dral, • Pittabatgh, - .P*: Deeds: •Isandos' MOM ' .
Acknowledgments, Depositionq and -
,nettsaxecuted with tawniness andAterpa •
ATTORNEY AND :COUNSELLOR AT LAW
riarlonik BotpAtipp 4414 -ea'rearaiottiraT romptlY
: , 7:
1. CONNELLBVILLE_TL B.
On and 'after THUIISDAI,.„.3Iar , sth , - 11368
trains will arrive at and depart from the Depott: cot '
ner of Grant and Water streets, nal .0110 " 1 .:._,' rd. i
Nail to and fromlintont'n. Depart: - "' -- v • -Arr s
7:00 A. at. 6 , 40 , .. ,- " - ' 4
DlcKeesportAccommodt`r.ll:oo A.-11f. '7O: 0 '• 1 r • .
f ' I4
Ex. to and fromilniont'n. 3:00 P...y.10:00 .)h
West Newton Acccmunod'n 4:30 P. at. *8:35 4. ta.-
'Braddock's Accommodat'n 6:10 P. St. 7:50 r. It.
Night Ace. to 31 elfeesport.10 . :30 P. X. 6:40 A. m.
Sunday Church Train to and -
. frem 'West Newton ..... ... 1:00 P. 11. 10:00 A. Me
Y'or tdeketaapply t 3
, J. R. KING, Agent. --
W. B. STOUT, Superintendent. : .: .1 ~, :ohs
HENY - , agg i gEgat
Y DIRECT ROUTE TO THE Ott. REGIONS.
'Running throughto % enango City attliont change •
,of cars.--cotmecting with ttains Rest and West on
the Warren Franklin Raliroadi and Atlantic &
Great: Western Railways. shortest and quickest •
route to 011 City and Franklin, and all points in the
On andgafter April 213th, Is6B. Passenger rains •
will leave from and arrive atthePittsbrirghDepot, •
corner Canal and Pike Ste. as follows: 0
Depart. j Arritire.
)fats to and Pin - Van. City. 7:00 A. 31. .
Express - •. .! AO:40 p/31.12142:11.
ltad-ids tend 'Aceintintodvit • 3:00 v. M 10:20 A. M.
~.50da Works Acc0nVit,;..1.1.,.5;a02. 7%55 A: 2.
First Halton Accomod:n..B:so A. 3t. 11:40 A. H. ,
Second Hulton AcconsodM . lsl.4.lo
Sunday Church Train leaves Soda , Works are:os
A. at:,- arriving in Pittsburgh 'at 0:00 fr. - ts,P Re- .
:turning, leaves Pittsburgh at X:IO,P. urri*lag at
'Soda Works at 3:55r. - •
. H. BLACKSTONE.
• 'W. F. HOPE. Ticket Agent. • ' Veit'
J. B. A 17.17.13
. PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHIC:ItGO
W. AND CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH !tin. - •
From January 19th, 1868, trains 'kill Ica6:t/tans
and arrive at the Unton 'Depot, 'north side,- city
:Chicago Ex.... • 233 m IChleago Ex... a :43.104,
'Cleveland Et 213 am' Cleveland Ex. 2:43 am.
_Brie & Ygn 6:13n mi Chicano Ex.... 101 . 58 am
Cl. & Itb'g3ll 6:28 a rolltheeling Ex. 11108 am
Chicago Mail.. 6:slitam,Cbie,344o Ex.:.: 1153 pm
Chicago 0:43 mICI. &Whlg Ex 4i03 pm
Pitta.& Cl. Ex. t Erie AL Ylr'ltEx 613 pm
. via Youngrn m Chicago Ex.. 6158 p
01.4 Wh'.g Ex. 2:13p M &Itleg "EX 7008 pm
Chicago Lx., . .2:28p Pitts . &Cl. Ex. • .r•-
Wh. 4 Erie 4:38 pill.' YegnsVn. 9C3ln
Depart from Allegheny, I
__ Arrive in stiff , tetua
N. Itrigtn Av. 8:08 a MN. Brigt.:ll,AV. 7. 3am
Leetsdale ". '10:13 mN. Brigt "., 811113 a za.
1 ' 1:53 a m " 9158 am.
Rochester '1 , 4:33 p Castle ".• 16;13 don
Wellsv'e Ade.. ' 3:43p m' Lee tsdale 9;13 am.
Leetsdale AC . A. 4:lspm
__-,., ' " 11:18 pm
Brigrn . 5:3g pre N. Brigt'n " 2:43 pm
N. Brigtln " '0:28 pin Leetsdale , '` " '4:23 pm
Leetsdale.l6:43pm , " _ 7:28 pm
2128 p. in. Chicago Ex-I_,• 10:50 a.' Chicago
press leaves daily. Express arrives. daily.
- • R:MYERS, General Ticket Agent'
COLUMBUS & Cp.ICITS
- ATI R. R.. ; • : •,- •;i•R
'PIN 'HINDLE Beltlt
CHANGE or TIME:=4SII' add after SUNDAY
December Rh, 11367, trains will:leave and Arrive at •
Union Depot, as - follows, PlttSburgli time:
• • • • Depoit:
Mail Express ' • ' 2.:15.a. in. 3:55 p. In.
• least Line PAO h..m . 7405 p.'in.
Fast Express" ' A:som. 10:01f a. to. ,
'Mixed Way. .." • . p. m.
0:90 11. m.
31cDonald's . Nd. .... 11:10 m. ,51A0 p. m. -
• Steubenville Accolikmod'u. 3:55 p.m.: 9:30 '
31cDonald's Acc`n; ;id. 2.. 5:10 p. W. 9:20-a. m
! EirzeLttlNcrrtcu...-Stratlay Express leit .- Ved: et 2:50 -
p. m. arriving in Cincinnati at 6;30 a. m. the next
*ChurclTrain-leaves Sugiday at 1a 55p
.Vhe 0:40 a; in . Train leAres dally,l3taiday and
Monday ; excepted, arrlvingin Cincinnati Let 9;55
the 'same 'evening., '13:11.0 - 1.9 . 'IN ADV,ANCE or
ALL OTHER ROUTES.
-.521 - No change of cars betereen 'rittstni,rgh and
-Cincinnati, and BUT 0:"..i.E.-change,3o-St." . Louis,
'Cairo, and the principal point's West and SOOthwest. • •
• Whenpurchas l / 9 1 . pickets be sure .and !And the
office of the . .
Columbus & Cincinnati R. It.,
E N.N S Y LVANIAMM
On and after October 6th, 1867, Train's will lir- -
rive at and depart from the Union: Depot, corner of
Washington'and Liberty streets, - as follow s
Arrive j Depart;;
Malt Train.... '1:20 a in-Day Express. :1, 3:00 am •
Fast 1:50 a int Wall's No. 1. . 61.30 am •
Wall's No. L. 6:20 ain i Mali Train..... 9:20 am,
Brinton No. 2. .7:50 aml Wall's No. 2.. 0:50 a m
Wall's No. 2.. 9:50 a m,..Cincinuati Ex(1.1:15 a m
Cincinnati Ex. 9:10 a at: Wail's No. 3.41:30 a m
Johnstown Ac. 10:15 a mlJohastown Ac.'' 2:50 pm
Rxpress 1:50 pmj Wall's No. 4.. 3:30 pm
Wall's No. 3... 1:30 pin Phila. Expres.'" 4:10 pm
Wall's No. 4. 2:50 p m Wail's No. - 4:50 pm
Wall's No. 5.. 5:50 pm Wall's 1i0.41,:,-6:05 pm
Wall's No. 6.. 7:00 pm Past Line 7:20 pm
Altoona Acc'n - . Wall's Nu. 7...A0:50 pm
• and Emigrant - • -
Train 10:30 pit . . '
• The Church Train ' - eaves 'Wall's • Station every
Sunday at 0:15 a. in., reaching Pittsburgt at 10:0w
a. ni. Returninf, leaves Pittsburgh at L3:50 p. m.
and :uric : s at all's Station at 3:00 pyre.
• *Cincinnati Express leaves daily. AB 9;her trains
daily except but:clay. • ~ . ... • •
Philadelphia Express and the Altoona Accommo
dation an4Endgrant Train arrive daily;
Express arrives. daily. except. Dionday.4 4,11 .other
trains daily exceptSunday.' •• • • '
For further information apply to_ ;
-.. . • ;
W. H. BECKIVTPH, • Agent:
• The Pennsylvania Railroad Company Will not Iss.,
some any risk for :Baggage, except for Wearing .ap
ftr:nl!TlTetrrfaPall to°4e t uudre t •
ogrill..AlrTaA exceeding .that
amount in value will be at the risk of thepsnicroiri-•'
less taken by Spetial contract.
EDWARD.H. - WILLI.A.I • '
General Superintengent, Altoona, ra.
WES'IMIEV . PENta t inign .
,STLVA.NLn. • RAI , .
Bbi.D.—Cin and atter November 1,11967,,the Paa- ,
gouger Trains-on the ;Western' PennaylVinda- Rail- -
road will - arrive' at and
_depart from the Federal
Street Depot, Allegheny City; ha followS: -
Sharpb`g No.l 0:23 a m' l Mall 6:50 sin-
Freeport No.l 8:15 a tniFreeporii Nei,ll,-£1:05 a m
1 : 2 5101 a mlSharpb'g N 0.4 II:530 a m
Bluirpb`g N 0.3 ; puilEXpkeo9 • -1:50 pin
Freeport No. 2 4:13 pMlHarixterv'e Ac 3:53 pre
Mall - pin,Vreeport No.e.V -6:05 pm ; • -.
Ilarnierv'e *At 7%1011 nilSharptvg.No.l-2 7:30 pin • .
Aboye trains ruti daily except Sunday,' - '
The. Church Trani leaves-Allegheny, Juliet. every
Sunday at 7:40 m.*;', reaebing 'Allegheny' City at
• 9:58 a. in. Returning, leaves Allegheny -City. at
1:20 p. m. and arrive at. Allegheny-Juliet. at 9:45 '
CdnirdrAVidx Tickers—For sale ckages
Twenty,between,_Alleglieny City, Chestnut street,
Herr's, ennett, , TlneCreek. Etna and - Stfarpshurg,
and good only on the trains stopping at iitations ape
rifled on - tickets. - •
-The train leaving Allegheny City' an' 6:30 a..
makes direct connection'ar Freeport with Walker's
lino of Stages for Butler and liannahstewn. _
Through tickets ma) be purchased at the Unice,.
Pittsburgh 3 t Clair street, muir Suspenielon Bridge,
,' and at the Depot, Allegheny - City. ,
- For further informathm apply to • • •
JAMES - I_,EFFERTS, Agent,
•`• • ' Federal Street Depot: -' •
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not as-,„,
sume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing • ap-
bare l, and limit thel. responsibility tome Hundred ; .
liars lir maim. AU baggage. exceeding
I amount in value wilt be at the risk of the un- •
tess taken by special contmet.
EDWARD H. WILLIAM%
des General Superintendent. Altoona. Fa.
S T I
E! 1 1 . I L L aggiPM
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY
The SHORTEST AND MOST BELI4BLE RQUTZ
from the East to all points 11/
Colorado, . Nevada, -
Aritona,Wns ingt on,
New Mexico, • Idaho,. •
UNION, DEPOT, ISOUTII SEDE.) .I ,
, ~ .
M. D. MOTHEITSPAUGH, Ticket - Agerlt
S. F. SCULL, General Ticket Agent. •
JOHN D. 311LLER. Gen. Freight'Agent
Two Trains lonia -State Line atid - Leai - enworth
daily, (Sundays excepted, Lon 'the arrival of trains of
Pacific Railroad from St. Louie, and Hanuieat and
St. Jo Railroad from Quincy, connecting st. , -TAW"
rence, Topeka - and go with (stages for all
points in. Kansas. At t end of track-west at Ells
worth with the UNITED STATES EXPRESS COM
PANY'S DAILY LINE OF OVERLANLr MAIL
AND EXI'RIMS COACHES FOR . .;
-, , A- 3 K-M; , •
And all Points-in T errit o ri estiieri
And with SANDERSON'S TRI-W.Firrrx Lyn.,
COACHES for Fort and
lient's Fort, Pasi:Vnr i t -
unertm_e, Santa Fe, - , and, stil - Points id Arkz9na. an d :
' New merlon.
additions of tOI A
gßonk a nd .
~ With the recut.-
equipment ; and the arrangements made with re
-sponsible Overland Transportation - Linea from Its
wasters terminus, t his rood now offers unequalled
facilities for the t.ransminsloirof freight to 4.lse Far. •
Tickets for:tato at &lithe isrinelp4' offices in ibb ,
'United States,and Canadas.
. -no sure ete,tickets tie) THEIDICIRIr
wILL ROT A. UNION PACIFIC
EtarEf az , wasiox-.. „... ... , ItA-T , LWAT , :
. ~. A: - ANDOISON,' • -
. General Sunerintendent
rat . tre' ati - iliktoi Agent
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