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cinancial Natters in New TorL
Gold Closed 17171034®140%.
-Telegraph to the rittsbnesh Gazette.l
NEW Tor.K, June 24, 1868.
MONEY AND GOLD.
,:.coney easy at 3®4 per cent. on call.
quiet at 10(1)10%. Gold lower;
fining at 140%; advancing to-140%, and
r'sing at•140%(1)140%. The supply of cash
ad continues scarce, and late in the day
*,-2 was paid for the use of gold until to
'lrrow. • The shipments to-day amounted
13374,954. An active bull operator bid
:N. for any part of a million and the
sole was promptly sold to him.
llovernments steady : Coupons of 1 1 8.81,
118%,; do. do. '64, 111®111%; do. '65,
%%®111%; do. new,113%®114; do, '67,
Pg 114%; do, •68, 10%110%; Ten-Forties,
1 ,:%®107%; Seven-Thirties, 110%®111134.
%3order State bonds are strong and active:
ssonris, 94%®94%; new Tennessee 77®
',41; old do, 78; new North Carolinas, 74%
74%; .old do, 74%; old Virginias, ssg.
tallway mortgages firm with light offer
[o. The_ Miscellaneous list is dull except
:Tilic.Mall which is active and stronger.
press shares are dull and lower. Rail
Fey market closed dull and lower.
The following are the 5:30 ricer: Canton,
®5O; Cumberland, 33® ' 35. Wells' Ex
;ess, 27®27%; American Exoressg, 50®
z,3034; Adams Express, 55% ® 55%; Her
. ants 'Union- Express, 26%®27; United
?ates Express, 5034®51; Quicksilver, 25%
( 402%; Atlantic, 30®33; Western
3434®34%; New' York Cen-
M, 134%®134%; Erie, 68%®69; pre- -
ti-red, _7534 ®77; Hudson, 13934®139%;
'9ading, 103®103%; Hartford and Erie,
l; Chio and - 40®40%;
abash, 4734(1)47%; St. Pau1,, 64%@
t%; do. - prderred, 77%®77%; ldichi-
Cen., 11742417%; Michigan
®9194; Illinois Central, 157%®158;
ttaburgh 90%®90%; Toledo, 103%01103%;
Ock Island, 105®10534; North Western,
t®69%; preferred, 7934 @79%; Fort
!ayne, 111%®111%; Chicago and Alton,
1534; preferred, 136; 'Harriette, first pre-
P!red, 22, ( Celumbus 91.
lviining shares quiet; Quartz Hill 125;
'-nith lie Parmelee, 360.
TAX. ON DEPOSITS.
t a meeting at the Clearing House to
v a committee was appointed to consider
- d report what :action should he taken
ative, to the , proposed increase of taxes
on deposits and circulation.
Receipts at Sub-Treasury, $1,104,017; pay
ent5; . 5657,715; balance, $96,116,918. Ex
rts, exclusive of specie, $2,670,477.
New York Produce Market.
y Telegaph to the Pittabunrh Gazette.)•
NEW , Yorts, June 24.—Cotton without de
ed change; sales 800 bales at 30c for add
ing uplands.. ' Flour—receipts 3,705 bbls.,
regular, unsettled and 10a15c lower;
es 9,000 bbls at 86,85a7,30 for superfine
to and western; 87,65a8,60 for extra State;
70a9,75 for extra western; $10,80a12,90 for
•te wheat extra; 88,65a12,90 for R. H. 0.;
50a10 for extra St. Louis; $10,50:314,50 for
ilt to choice, closing quiet; included in
sales are 2,550 bbls. extra State for ex
at prices 'within range. California flour
11 and drooping; sales 550 sacks at 810 a
65. Rye flour quiet; sales 600 bbls at
f 25a10,40. Corn meal dull; sales 600 bbls
:1 ; $6,25. Whisky dull., Wheat—receipts
..: 998 bu; a shade lower, with a moderate
iness for export; sales 48,000 bu at 82,10
,12 for No. 2 spring; $2,20 for No. 1 do.;
,•: -;70 for white State; V/.,60 for red State; 8, 0 75
„i: oice white California. Rye quiet; 300 bu
uthern $1,85.. Barley and Barley Malt
diet. Corn; receipts 116,684 bush; heavy
*d one cent lower; sales 76,000 bush at
1,05a1,06% for Mixed western afloat, clos
- gat 1,053451,06 for sound parcels, 1,08 for
mixed; nearly yellow. Oats one-half
• - ln lowee, land more doing, chiefly for
..;., Fic elation; l sales 16,900 bush' at 83a84.0
• western in store and afloat, chiefly at
•:;'• -c. Rice dull. Coffee quiet. Sugar firm
••llles 950 _tibia Cuba at 11%a12e. Molasses
at $1,20. Hops quiet. Petroleum dull
.:".. 140 for crude, and 30;0 for refined in
d. LeaFher—Hentlock, wile firm at
. jo ut pre ous prices. Wool .steady with
oderate demand; sales 37,ooo pounds at
4a54c for domestic fleece. Will dull.
t... ;. .rk quiet nd a shade firmer; sales 1,400
bls at $28,43a29,50 for new mess, closing at
i 18,50 cash, 827,87a28,00 for, old do, clos[ng
. ;. $2B regular; 822,50823 for prime, ands 24
i lii,2s for prime mess. Beef is steady and
• tachanged. With salesof 225 barrels. Tierce
'.. ~ef is nominal. Beef Hams are dull at 827
' • 115. Cut Meats are. quiet, and sales were
''..' •.''' tade of 150 packages, at 121313 c for shoul
,i3rs, and 161317 e for hams. Lard is firm,
'.-:«itif. sales of 700 tierces at 16a17c for steam,
• ',.,:. pd 17a18c for kettle rendered; also 500 Vas
,eam, seller and buyer for August, at 17a
' ' : fr. Ve. Butter is quiet at 25330 c for Ohio,
..ut 30a35c - for State. 'Cheese is steady at
. lsc. Freights to Liverpool are without
''.'•'•• , y decided change, with engagements of
-''' ' t5OO bushels corn at .I;id., and 80,000 bush
,: s wheat at bd., both per steamer.
- .. . .. LATEST.—dour closed slightly in favor
"_ ' • buyer, wit.h rather more doing in com
-,'; -'. jp on grades for export. Wheat heavy at
. : 1 7,10a2,11 for No. 2 and $ 2,19a2,20 fdr No. 1
.r.k: ring. Rye dull at $1,80a1,90. Oats firm
, ith fair speculative demand; sales at 83
..:4. : r western in store and afloat. Pork quiet
:d steady; sales at 8 28,37a28,50 for mess
...:. ~ h and regular. -Beef quiet and un
':i:' ' anged. Cuti Meats and Bacfin nomi
.:: , . Lard quiet at 16ga 1 7 for tali to prime
'...;ca m . Eggs steady at 23;024. . I
r Chicago Market.
,1;33, Telegr a p h to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
• ; CincActo, June 24.—Flonr . dull; 7.6214 a
' ,10 for low grades to strictly ehoi spring
tras. Wheat, less
_active and 3i lower;
• les No..tat $1,98a2,00, and N0."2 a #1,96a
closing with buyers of No. 2 t out
; de figures. Corn moderately sett e and
foie - lower; sales No. lat : 11.4a&P c; No.
..it 85c; rejected, 92a8.2%e, closing a 8690
tAxec for co. 1. Oats fairly active; sales' at
- I ' . closingwith
. qa6B,.e, buyers at 68 4 and
'lc: • 5911ers at 68%e. Rye quiet and firmer;.
• . . 1 •13,. les at 151.58a1,60. Barley inactive and
... ' orninal. Provisions dull. Mess . Pork,
' • i"27,75. Lard heavy and drooping a 1634 a
;6c. Bulk Meats altogether , neglected.
1 •, . irrpights dull; 3a4c on corn and 4c on wheat,
' s er steam, to Buffalo. Receipts for past 24
:lours--3,653 bbls flour, 24,4.0 bus wheat,
' '44,685 bus corn, 19,702 bus oats, 11,986 hogs.
• ;;;; L ipments-4,780 bbls • flour, 47,326 bus
. ? ;heat, 60,264 bus corn, 700 bus oats, 3,245
. -; Louisville Market.
qty Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gasette.l
L LotrisviLta; June 24.-Sales 145 hhds
• bkcco; .lugs $7,75a9,76; •, Trimble county
Tutting leaf 1)20. Wheat--Wd crop $1,96a2.
torn 90a93c. Oats 78a806. Flour--47,50a8
13r superfine western. Pork $2B. Lard
( 7)40. Bacon shoulders 13)40, clear sides
9734a17 )4c, clear , rib sides 1614a16%0. All
lacked ulk Meats...nl4 shoulders 12,)4c,
4ear snlps 16alflyZe.
y Telegr*Dh to the rittebtalih Gazette.)
BALTEiroun,- June 24.-Plour 4011' and
• war, Northwestern, Superfine $7,75a8,00;
xtra ‘8,75a10,00. Wheat dull and un
hanged. Corn steady; white sl,o 9 __ la' /3;
allow $1„041,22. Oats, dull, at .B.sauoc,
ye dull at 81;00. ' Pork firrn and unchang
[d. Bacon;firrh,l.Lard dull, and unchanged.
L s. ,P,Oirolt ,
Telegraph to thoxittsbirret Ossetia.]
I DETROIT, June 24.--Flour dull - but arm,
twang to reports of injury to crops. choice
uperfine,lllll,7sal2; Minnesota spring, $lO.
wheat scarce with a light demand; buyers
offer $2,50 for No 1 white; sales of No 2 white
tit PAO; No 1 amber offered at $2,30.
3y Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette. ,
CritCntriAn, June 24.—Flour dull; family
at $9,50a9,75. Wheat quiet at $2,15 for No.
1, and $2,05 for No. 2; the first lot of a new
crop was received in this market to-day
from Tennessee by Robert Carmichael
Co; the quality was not first-class grain, be.
ing rather light. .Corn dull, with the std . )
ply in excess of the demand; sales, in the
ear, at 77a8843, and shelled at 90a91c. Oats
unchanged at 77c1for No. 1. Rye quiet at
$1,60a1,65. Cotton dull, with no demand;
upland middlings nominal at 244 c. Tobacco
firm, with sales of 310 hhds at s6a7o for
lugs, and $12,15369,10 for leaf. Proiisions
dell, but nominally unchanged, there.be
ing no demand for, any article. Butter in
better supply and lesa trin, with ,prices
tending aownward; Ohio' a 25a27c, and
38330 c for western. Eggs dull at 18c. flay
very dull, with the supply in excess of the
demand, but prieesare nominally unchang
ed. Linseed oil dull at $1,12, with light
demand. Petroleum dull at 3305 c for re
fined free. Beef cattle firm but quiet at
$3,50a7,50 per gross. Sheep dull at 13a3,65
gross per 100 pounds. Lambs at $1,25a2,50
per head. Gold at 139y0 there has been a
By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gaiette.]
TOLEDO, June 24.—Flour; 'receipts, 1,002
bbls; quiet. Wheat stbaciy; receipts, aso
bush; salts of amber Michigan at 82,31.
Coin; receipts, 23,900 bush; lo lower, with
sales of• No 1 at 90 3 / 4 a9lc, Michigan 90c, No.
1 white 95c, No 2 white 910. seller, last half
of July at 92c, buyer, all July at 940. Oats
steady; receipts, 4,800 bush, with sales of
Michigan at 710. Lake freights dull at Sc
on corn to Buffalo 6o to Oswego, and 7350 to
By telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
CLEVELAND, June 24:—Flour held as fol
lows: double extra red winter $12,00a12,50,
double extra spring $10,50a11,00; prices of
country brands irregular. Wheat; sales of
1 car No. 1 red at $2,24 and 1 car do at $2,25.
Corn held at 95c; 940 offered. Oats; sales
of 2 cars at 72e. Rye; market dull and in
active and held at $1.75a1,80 for No. I.
Barley nominal. Petroleum quiet and un
changed; refined in bond held at 263 a27c,
free at 37a38c.
LEY Telegraph to the Pittsburgh 6azette.l
M_Entrins, June 24.—Cotton irregular and
nominally 29c; reciepts 8; exports 9 bales.
Flour dull at 87a7,50 for superfine. Wheat
at $l,BO. • Corn at 90c. Oats at 77a78c. Bran
at 28c. Cornmeal at' $4,30a4,60. Pork at
$29a29,50. Bacon dull at 13%0 for shoul
ders; 17 1 /,,a18 1 .4c for clear sides. Lard at
16)019%c. Butter.at 25a30c. Eggs at 16a18c.
(By Telegrauh to the Pittsburgh Gazette.,
MILWAUKEE, June 24.—Flour quiet and
steady. Wheat quiet at $1,9534 for No 1;
$1,86 for.No 2. Oats firmer at 6834 c for No 2.
Corn weak at 87e for No 1, and 860 for No 2.
Iteeeipts--1,000 bbls f10ur.23,000 bus wheat,
2,000 bush oats Shipments-1,500 bbls
flour, 17,000 bus wheat.
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
Prrrasunon, Pr. WAYNE AND CHICAGO
RAILROAD, June 24.-4 cars metal, Nimick
dr, Co; 1 do do, Chess, Smyth t Co; 4 do do,
Bryan & Co; 2 do do, Totten & Co; 12 do
iron ore, Shoenberger & Blair; 1 car oil
bbls, M P Adams & Bro; 4 bbls eggs. Graff
& Reiter, 26 bales wool, S Harbaugh & Co;
2 bbls lard, F Sellers & Co; 4'bbis vinegar,
Massey & Co; 25 sewing machines, Wm
Sumner & Co; 4 cases leaf tobacco, A
Schaub; 4 bags rags. McCullough, Smith &
Co; 2 bbls eggs, 'S B Floyd & Co; 16 do vin
egar. Haworth, McDonald & Co. 25 bbls
flour, Kirkpatrick, Herron & CO; 24 bas
Cheese, H Riddle; 9do do, Kirkpatrick &
Co; 28 do do, N J Braden; 5 bbls grease, 11
pkgs scraps, D Chestnut & Co; 100 bbls
flour, Segbmyer & Voskamp; 13 bbls flour,
Watt, 'Lang & Co; 100 do do, S Lindsaay &
CO; 200 do do, owner.
CLthELAND AND Prrrsztraatr RAIL.
'BOLD: June 24.-5 cars blooms, Parks Bro
& Co; 6do do, 3 do metal, Nimick it Co; 1
do iron ore McKnight &, Co; 1 do de, Shoen
burger dc Blair; 10 boxes starch, Segbmyer
& Vaskamp; 14 aks pearls Bakewell Pears
& Co; 24 boxes cheese, H Riddle; 25 aks
oata,Robb & Herron: 50 bblaoli,J W M'Far
len; 1 car oats,, Elevator; 5 pkgs hides, W
Flaccus & Son; 2 cases tobacco. Watt Lang
& Co; sdo do, Haworth .McDonald & Co; 3
dodo, S Cooper & Co; 6 do do; W M Gorm
ley; 5 do do, C Koethen; 20 ~do do. E Hea
zleton 118 oil bbls, C A Wormcas;le; 5 lib&
'tobacco, S Floresheim; 1 bbl eggs, H Rea;
69 green hides, .1 Hammett ct - odOn; 2 bales
hemp, John Flecker, 10 bbls oil, Jas Lip
, pericott;loo hgewheat,Hitchcock M'Creery
Co; 100 boxes starch, E Heazieton; 1 car oats,
J W Simpson; 25 boxes cheese, Watt Lang
& Co; 10 do do, W Hedges: 12 sits rags, Mc-
Cullough Smith & Co; 100 bbls flour, C B
Ltiech; 2 bbls eggs, Voigt Mahood & Co; 13
aks rye, Thos
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI AND ST. Louis
Repaoaxi, June 24.-15 bbls vinegar,
Meatus dr. Coffin; 1 car staves, J Wirderlich;
1 de do, H Geyer; 1 do do, Thos Neeley; 200
bbls flour, owner, owner; 100 do do, Segh
myer & Voskamp; 5 bbls eggs, M W Ran
kin; 2do do, D Kyle; 200 sks corn, 31 do
oats, McHenry-dc Hood; 26 she wheat, Mc-
Mcßane & Anjer; 8 bbls ( eggs, 12 do vine
gar, Graff & Reiter; 2 bas tobacco, F G
Craighead; 8 aks hair, A Hoveler,• 3 cars
lumber, J O'Dell; 20 bbls bungs, A BMWs;
5 tea • hams, Jas Lippincott; 8 bales dry
hides, D Chestnut; 1 car oats, Scott it
ALLEGED:NT- VALLEY RAILROAD. June
24.-2 cars metal, Everson Preston & Co; 1
do do, Loomis & Collard; Ido do,Lyon,
Shorb & Co; 480 bbls oil, Leech
s it ood; 5
bales weol, W Barker Jr & Co; 8 cars rail
road North Missouri R R Co; 2 bbls eggs,
Geo Herr; 5 sks rags, 2 do flaxseed, W Mil
ler; 8 cars limestone, Shoenberg.er & Blair;
37 bgs rags, McCullough, Smith & Co; 82
bgs rye, J S Finch; 83 bgs oats, J Hood ,&
Co; 2 kgs butter; B .F.l.ycote & Co; 2 cars
lime, Jas Reno; 1 car cinders, Andrews &
ALLEGHENY STATION, June 24.-100 bgs
feed, M Steel dtSot4 41 bgs oats, H Slcian; 3.
cars limestone, 2 do metal, Superior Iron .
Co; 250 bgs barley, Smith & Co; 300 bbls
flour, Stewart & Langenhelm; 100 do do, R
KnOX. &Son; 260 bgs oats, Jos McKinney; 2
cars 3ron ore, Spang, Chalfant & Co; 2 rolls
leather, Papp Baker k Co; 1Q poxes starch,
Eohen & Bro; 13 boxes cheese B Young;
250 green hides,A & J Groetzinger & Ca. -
Frrrsintrsort Azsn Coxxszasviazz
RAILROAD, June 23.-1 car metal, Yough
iogheny Iron & Coal Co; 1 car tan bark, A
Holsteine; 75 bdls paper, Markle & Co; 1
car stone,Breut Sr, Co.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD,
6 pkgs wool, W,Goe; 56 pkgs fish, J K Wil
son; 155 sk' rye; W J Meek.
Notice Is hereby given that JA.IIEB D. DRAVO,
by deed of voluntary assignment, dated the lath
day of June, 1889, assigned and transferred to the
subscribers all his estate, In trust for the benefit of
his creditors. All perstms indebted to said estate
will make payment, and those having claims will
preseni them, duly authenticated, at the oftice,No.
REUBEN MILLER, Jr,
GEO. N. ARMSTRONG.
b,, June 15. 1668.
48TAILIt of MrsiNANCICJI -
trues Testamentary upon the estate of said de--
eadenttdate of McCandless township, Allegheny,
county, - Pa., have been duly granted to the sub-
scribers, who reside inAllegheny City. All per
sons Indebted to said decedent are notified to make
payment to me, and those having claims or demands
against her estate are required to make the same
known without delay.
WILLIAM I'. WRIGHT.
" 44 ' ,
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : THURSDAY, JUNE 25' 1868.
RIVER NEWS. -
The river continues to recede slowly at
this point, with scant four_feet in the chan-
nelby the Monongahela markia last even
ing. We had quite a rain storm on Tues-
day night, accompanied with lightning
and thunder, but yesterday it was clear
and pleasant and seemingly settled.
There has been no arrivals since our last
report, and the Lorena, for St. Louis, with
a good trip, having alllthe freight she could
take on boat and barge was the only depar-
The Messenger, from St. Louis, and the J.
N. McCullough, from Cincinnati, are both
Business was moderately active at the
landing yeaterday, though there is plenty
of room for improvement.
The Kate Robinson, in charge of the vet
teran, Capt. John Shank, is filling up
steadily for St. Louis, and she is announced
to take her departure to-morrow. Messrs.
Palmer and Wherry &reassociated togeth
erin the office.
The St. Charles has withdrawn from the .
Pittsburgh and Cincinnati packet trade,
and laid up at the latter place. The R. C.
Gray and Argosy are also laid up at Cin
tire Leonidas and America, are enroute
from St. Louis to Pittsburgh, and both
have passed by Cincinnati.
The Charmer, Capt. Lew Vandergritt,
with Isaac R. Whittaker, in the office, is
announced for St. Louis forthwith.
The Camelia, Captain Wm. bean,
nounced for St. Louis forthwith. As we
have already noted, she is in excellent con
dition for business, having just . been
thoroughly overhauled, repaired and re
The Wild Dick and New York were
loading at St. Louis for Pittsburgh on
The St. Louis Depth/Wen; of Tuesday,
says: George Williams the popular and
taWnted clerk of the FArik Pargoud, was
the victim, on Saturday, ot misplaced con
fidence. It appears that at New Orleans a
party shipped three barrels of what was
signed for , as whisky, and registered him
self as a passenger for this port, the amount
due for is passage being, entered as .
charges for the bill of lading for whisky.
On the arrival of the boat ht this port the
shipper disappeared, and it was concluded
to sell the whisky for freight •and charges,
and the agent, Col. Baker, was instructed
accordingly , . - The Colonel opened one qr
I the tiarrela for a sample, on tasting which.
however,-the Colonel declared eruphati
t tally th at it was "a new drink on him."
Various experts were called in, and it was
finally decided the liquor was nothing else
than Mississippi water. The other barrels
proved no better, and, as a consequence,
the Pargoud is minus passenger and freight
money, and Col. Baker is plus some valu
able information in the liquor business.
A S. Louis 'dispatch, under of Monday,
says: River still declining: The upper
rivers are in i fair condition. 'On the lower
rapids there is four feet of water, and more
everywhere else. Arrivals and departures
of steamers continue liberal, with excellent
freight and passenger trips. Nearly 7,000
tuns of freight left this point for New Or
leans last week. The Ida Stockdale,
Huntsville and Adkins have arrived from
\ Benton. The - Antelope and Octavia, from
Benton, passed St. Joseph yesterday. The
latter brought from Fort Stevenson to. Fort
Raridall Wm. Barry, the _soldier who shot
and killed Capt. Spe er, of the English
army, on that boat on her way to Benton
last year. She also brought down the par
ties who bought the wreck of the Amelia
Poe, they having been driven off by the
Indians and compelled to abandon their
design. Missouri rising. Upper Missis
Another one of same date, has the follow
ing items: Arrived—Savannah, from St.
Paul; Key City, from Dubuque; Glendale.
from Pittsburgh. Departed—Davenport,
for St. Paul; Marble City, for Memphis; -Is
abella, for Omaha; Melnotte, for Cincin
nati. River still falling, ,but there, is a
good stage of water to all points. Weather
clear and warmer. Galetea reshipped her
Upper Mississippi freight, and will prob
ably lay up here. It is said that the Barge
Company will enter into the Memphis and
Vicksburg trade in connection with their
New Orleans business. The snag-boat De-
Buggy, has reached Miller's Laiiding, Mis
souri river. She has . thus far pulled out
some eighty snags, one of them 114 feet
long, 21 filet in circumference at the butt,
and 14 at the top. '
A St. Louis dispatch says the license of
Nicholas Heisler, as first class engineer on
the Steamer Tacony, was revoked for vio
lating the United States law, by forcing
boilers beyond the limited pressure.
The Louisville Democrat has a rumor
that Capt. Sam. Hildreth and others were
'negotiating for a charter of the steamer St.
Mary's to run in tho Cincinnati and Madi
We clip the following items from the Cin
cinnati Gazette, of Tuesday: The St.
Charles, yesterday, reshipped. 1,406 kegs
nails for St. Louis and -694 kegs for Madi
son Louisville and Evansville—all on the
Lady Grace. The St. Charles has quit the
Pittsburgh trade and will lay up.
The Watianits left for St. Louis, last eve
ning, and will take 500 bbls cement at Jeff
ersonville. She had her new chimneys
painted while lying here. Pilots R. G.
Shinkle and Albert Williamson.
The America, St. Louis to Pittsburgh,
passed up yesterday, after discharging a
small lot of freight here. Pilots, the broth
River and Weather.
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
LoutaymLn, June 24.—River falling. with
6 feet 8 inches in the canal. Weather is
clear and *arm.
k v i 1:10 3 ) 1 1 h 31010111
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF
Hatton is hereby given to all owners of Drays, -
Carts, Carriages,' Buggies, &c., whether resident or
non-reeldent in the City of Pittsburgh, to pay their
Licenses at the Treasurer's 'Office of the City of
Pittsburgh FORTHWITH, in accordance with an
Act of A.ssembly, apprOved March 30th, 1860, and
and an Ordinance of the Councils of the City of
Pittsburgh, passed April 16, 1860.
All Licenses not paid on or before MAY 1 6 1868.
l be placed in the hands of the Chief of Police
for collection, subject to his fee of 80 cents for the
collection thereof, and .111 1 persona wbo neglect or
rents° to take out Licenses will be subject to a pen
altY, to be recovered before the Mayor, double the
amount of the License.
The old metal plates of preylons years must be re
turned at the ; time Licenses are taken out, or pay
510 cents therefor. .
RATES OF LICENSE:
Each One - Horse Vehicle 1 50
Each Two Horse " ito 00
Eoch Four Horse " 15 , 00
Each Two Horse Hack 15 00
Omnibuses and Timber Wheels drawn by Two
Horses, Eighteen Dollars each. For each addi
tional HOtite used in any of the aboye vehicles, One
Dollar. SAMUEL ALLINDER,
YITTERIMIGIL FebrualT 18. UM.
to, hereby given that the viewers appointed to as
sess damages and benetlts for widening of JACK
SONTEET. Seeon(t_ward. Allegheny,
them pas ture L a n e to Shields Alley. will meet on prem
ises on THURSDAY , the 9th day of July. at 4H
o'clock r. at., to attend to the duties of their ap
pointment. - JAMES. GRAHAM,
W. S. EVANS,
je23:r95 J. D. INGHAM.
mINDIA.. BUDDER BELTING AND
STEAM PACHING. — A. full stock on hand at all
t eg, and of the best , quality. Parties wishing to
fit up mills or shops where Belting is required, will
and our prices 118 low as can be had in the East, . sad
reight saved. J. et H. PHILLIPS;
, Se and AS St, Clair street.
TRA NSP ARE NT, GREEN OIL
9_uslity9lTlArefolrn iiYl i c a e d i p an S t i li N e e re; art e t rl rli;l!
osaure. Another large supply of: tee different
widths Just received front factoi7.
J. & Et. PHILLIPS,
j e t' ' • • , 5118 and AB S. Mar strp•t,
caved.: another !Imolai of. 'them , sajlerior
" clam pnt up in patent.,pire, by CFC°°P P l e4. •
well, and,fOr "JOAN A. RiNSHAiir,,P
'• Oor. Mee: lnd Hand streets:
TAB BADlfile—A fresh supply of
the celebrated I"Star" brand of Sugar cured
ems, put up expressly for our family trade, just
received and for sale at the Family El rocery Store of
JOHN A. RENSE(Aw,
jets • corner Lnerty; and Hand streets.
For Wheeling, Marietta, Par
Pomeroy, eautpoits, Bit
Ironton, Portsmouth, May
,C. A. DI
MAYS, 5 P. m.
The above elegant side-wheel steam
regularly as announced, connecting
with Packets and Railroads to Louisv
Memphis, New Orleans and St. Loul
upper Mississippi and Missouri river .
Freight or passengers receipted th
rail or river. ;
Especial att ention given to Orders
ness. BARNES & COLLIN
an2o GBRIEST & RASE
PACKET CON. -
The Only Through Moe R
St. Louie wad St.
fftdppeis &siting their freight to gol
Out re-ohipping_above St. Louis, will
their freight—TlA NORTHERN LI •
Through rates given over l'lttstour
guaranteed by • •
R ST. LOUIS AND ST.s id dr i k
BALLEVMRNON Oapt. Jsro. Damian,
Will leave as above, glvirigthrough receipts to all
points on the Missouri and Upper lainlealppi riven
at lowest rates, on
Tills DAY—ti r. ar,
or freight apply on board or to
• I.4HRIEbT PIASLETT, Agents.
'LOB ST. 'LOUIS.—The
1: reliable steamer
: ROBINSON • Capt. J. N. Slitrim,
Wlll take her departure for the above and Interute4
THIS DAT, June 24th-4
For freight or passage apply on board or to
Ids FLACK & COLLL' , .ZGWOOD. Agents.
ISVILLE, LOUIS h CAIRO.
e tine steamer
Will leave u above announced on
For treigbt or protair on board or to
. J. D. COLLINGWOOD. Agents.
low water passenger steamer •
CaIiIDLER Capt. Louts VANDEGRIFT,
I. It. WHITTAKER, Clerk, will, leave for St. Louis
.snd Intermediate ports on
THIS DAY, 24th Init.--4 r.
For fret/eat or passage apply on board.
CITY OF ALLEGHENY,
TRZASURSn'e °Frier, June Thtli, 1154511. f
Notice Is hereby given than the Assessors have
no* placed In the Treasurer's 012 Ice the, duplicates
from the several wards of
Ity, Poor, City Business, School, School
Building and 'Public Park Taxes,
And °MATER RENTS for the year 1868, and
that Bald Taxes will now be received in pursuance of
the Acts of Assembly, of February .87th, 1860,
and of Apr 6 14th, 1863, subject to the following
regulations and allowances:
Five per ant. if paid on or before the
first day of July.
Four per cent. if paid on or before the
first day of August.
Two per cent. if paid on or before the
first day of September.
If paid after the first day of September,
and on or before the first day of Octo
ber, no deduction will be made.
If paid after' the first day of October,
and on or before the first day of No
vember. an addition of five per cent.
shall be added to and payable on the
AFTER THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER, War
rantswill be tuned to enforce the collection of a I
taxes remaining unpaid, together with the percen - f
age accrued thereon, and the costs. ,
D. NACTERRON, City Treasurer.
TrI,AXES I TAXES I
e Tax Payers of the consolidated City of P itts
burgh, are herpby notided that the Tax Gooks are
now in the hands of the City Treasurer ready for
Taxes and Water Rents paid between the Ist of
JUNE and the lst of AUGUST. will be received at a
DISCOUNT OF FIVE PER CENT.
And between AUISUST lat, and the lathof SEP
TEMBER, at a
DISCOUNT OF TWO PER CENT.
From the 15th_ of SEPTEMBER to the lit of K . -
TORE IL all taxes will beayable as :messed. A.Mr
the lit or OCTOBER, FIV_ p E - per cent. will be added;
and on the let of-NOVEMBER, all unpaid Taxes
will be put into the hands of Collectors WITH CENT .,, ,
ADDITION OF FIVE PER CENT.
making a difference of •FIFTEEN PER CENT,
between those paying in July and those paying in
AffirThe STATE MERCANTILE LICENSES are
now due, and should be paid on or before the Ist of
July, to save cost and expenao of snit. _ ,
I City Treasurer.
• NOTIC E. _ , 1 .
IN ACCORDANC E WITH THE
Act of Incorporation books for subscription to
e Capital Stock of the Company to etect a Bridge
over the Ohio River, from near the mouth of Saw
DiIII Run, (Temperanceville,3lto Allegheny, will be
opened as follows, viz:
At office of R. H. A H. E. DAVIS, Allegheny,
July 6th and 7th.
At HARE'S HOTEL, Pittsburgh, July Bth and
9 • •
Atoffice of D. L .
PATTERSON. Allegheny. Rate
. _ - _ _ __
And at office of JOHN HALL et CO., Borough of
Temperanceville, July 11th.
The Books will be kept open from 10 o'clock A. as.
to 4 P. x.
By order of the Co_mmissloners.
JeS:r3S HENDERSON E. DAVIS. Secret .
OFFICE Or CONTROLLER OF ALLEGHENY CO.,
PITTSBERGIL, June 16th, 1868. •
NOTICE TO BAKERS.
SEALED PROPOSALS, addressed to " The
Inspectors of the Allegheny County Prison," will be
received until 216Tii INST.lnclusive, for furnish
ing the County Prison - with . BREAD, for six months,
from July 15th. MIS. Loaves to weigh one-and-a.:
half and two pounds respectively, and to be of ap
proved quality. Rigs to be mods at so much per
pound.. Bond for two thousand dollars will be re
quired for faithful performance of contract. The
name of the security must accompany the bid.
Rills, endorsed by the Warden and probated at this
°Mee, will be paid monthly.
HENRY LAIIBERT, Controller.
Stitt= COstisteeloirtins . OFFICE, t
June 5. 1568.
PATES AND STOP
ccicxs.—xotici is hereby given to all prop
erty owners, that by resolution passed in meeting
of Councils the . Ordinance in relation to STOP
COCKS and WATER PAVES, Chapter 16th, Sec
tions 3d and 4th of City Code, will be strictly en
TWENTY DAYS' NOTICE Is hereby Oen to
have all stop Cocks and - Water Paves removed and
lowered that conflict with Ordinance Chapter 10,
Sections 3d and 4th, or they will be removed with.
out further notice, at th Committe e f ostner of the
property. By order of on Streets.
JOHN T. HUNTER,
Streit Commissioner First District.
JOHN D. kcFADEN,
3eS:r4o Street Commissioner. Second District.
FOR IRON WORK.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received up to the
22d of June tor the CAST AND WROUGHT IRON
WORK required for the County Work House. _
ROOFwork consists of CAST SAVE GUTTERS,
ROOF TRUSS BOLTS, BEAMS and CORRUGA
TED SHEET IRON CEILINUS,BEDSTEADS. 4c.
Proposals to be left with GEORGE ALBREE,
Eso.., Secretary of the Board of Managers, corner
of ood and Fourth streets,' Pittsburgh, Pa.
Drawings and specilications to be seen and all tie
, • warminformation given at the office of BARR &
MOSEB, Architects. Nos. NI and 4 St. Clair street.
N. B.—Separate bids will be received for the dif
ferent branches of work. • Jelitrth
CITY OF ALLEGHENY, PA..,
TREASURER% OFFICE. June 15. nue.
NOTICE IS untzpi GIVEN
TO THE HOLDIfIUI OF TIIE
Six per Cent; Municipal Bonds of tho City
of Alleglieny, Pai r ,
That the Coupons on said Bonds, wly due July
Lst, 11388, will be paid on said slay, s the State
tazA at the BANK OF PITTSBUItii ,in the City
of rittsburiiii, 1••••
'n.. mtcritituosr, • .
Tresitirer of,the ,9117 Allegheny, ;Ps.
gerADVIEN , STREET.,ra DUCE
is hereby Oren that the viewers appointed.
o assess damages and benefits for widening of Me-
FADDEN STREET, Eighth ward, Allegheny, will
meet on the premises, on FRIDAY, the 10th day of
ta' at o'clock r. N.,to attend to the duties of
heir appointment. JOHN KIRKPATRICK,
jenatie SIMEON Butatosp.
WATT, LANG 84.0)4
- WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Flour, Grain, Product, Pro
visions, Fish, Cheese, CarbOn 011. *O.,
Nos. 172 and 174 WOOD STREET, near Liberty
street, Pittsburgh, Pa. n08:n56
M e STEELE, & SON,
AND DEALERS IN
4151 1 -11.A.T3r, P.1E.V.31), Ace:
No. 93 OHIO STREE'L near East Common,
ALLEOHE • CITY, PA.
rre win leave
. Also to the
JA.1418 B. - • JOB. HARM
NIEANOR & HARPER,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PRODUCE
ugh either by
fl Way Busl-
COMMISSION. DEERC -
329 LIBERTY" STREET, PITTSBURGH
BanenzsrCitii—J. G. Martin, Cashier Mechanics ,
Nation al B ro nka; J. 8. Dilworth & Co.,
nedy & B. agi:l2A
p2TER cEIL KXIL ia m
Emu, res. F. EICHAMs
AND IMALIBEI IN
LOUR, GRAIN, SEEbB,IIEILL FEZD, ac., &c.,
$4O Liberty . ht., Pittsburgh,
th Boats, and
• ster Street
WHANE J. B. A/M2ll.
CRANE ANJER, .
Dealers In FLOUR. GRAIN and PRODUCE GEN
ERALLY No. 141 WATER STREET, above
Smithfield, Pittsburgh. let
FORWARDING AND 00101:1=ONNIRGEIANTB,
For the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard, - -Butter,
Seeds, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, No. 10
MARKET STREET, corner of First, Pittsburgh.
JOHN 1. HOUSE EDW. HOUSE WM. H. HOUSE.
TOHN I. HOUSE & BROS t _. Suc-
Scessors to JOHN I. HOUSE & CO., Wholesale
rocers and Commission Merchants, Corner of
Smithfield and Water Streets. Pittsburgh, Pa.
T RIDDLE, No. IS3 LIBERTY
• STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa., Commission Mer-1
c ant and Wholesale Dealer in Country Produce,
Groceries and Pittsburgh Manufactures. Cash ad
vanced on Consignments, and Odd for Produce gap ,
SORT. KNOX ANDREW KNOX
KNOX B is , SON, COMMISSION
nd dealers In FLOUR, GRAIN
L FEED and I' ODUCE GENERALLY,
24) DIAMOND, oppo Re City Hall, .Allegheny ,City,
PAV.CRA ,'ORD, COMMISSION
MERCHANT IN PIG METAL_ BLOOM.
, WROUGHT SCRAP IRON, FIRE BRICK
AND CLAY, &c. Warehouse and Office. Nos. Bee
and 36111I'ENN STREET. Storage Punished.
TITTLE; BAIRD & PATTON,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants and
ealers In Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,' Fish,
Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glass, Cotton
Yarns and all Pittsburgh . Manntactares generally,
In and 114 SECOND - STREET, Pittsburgh.
JB. CANFIELD '& SON_, CON
. MISSION 'FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
and Wholesale Dealers In Western Reserve Cheese,
Butter, _laird, Pork, Bacon, Flour, Fish, Pot and
Pearl Ashes. and Oils, Dried Fruit and Produce
generally, Nos. 144 and 1443 Front street, Pitts
Joi t uisittrros..., ...A WAI.LACE
§ H IPTON E
br.WALLAC 3 WHOLE
SALE GROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS
o. 6 SIXTH STREET. Pittsburgh. 1a12:1•58
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 390 PENN STREET.
JOS. A. 131:11...ER,
LORIMAR AND POLICE MAGISTRATE.
°Mee, 126 WYLIE STREET, near Washington,
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions, Collections. and all other legitimate
.business executed promptly. Inh.Mtuto
Ex-Criliclo Justice of the Peace and Police Magis
trate. Oelccee,. GRANT STREET, .opposite the Ca
thedral, PIdIIIIIIGIL, PA.
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions, and all Legal Business executed with
Trromptuess and dispatch. . • • . table
VUSTACE S. MORROW,
" La ALDERMAN,
EX-OFFICIO lIISTICir OP THE PEACE AND
OFFICE, N 0.73 PENNA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds Bonds, Mortgares, Acknowledgments,
Depositions and all Legal Businessexecuted with
• romptness and dispatch. my
4 Justice of the Peace,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AGT.
CARSON STREET BIRMINGHAM.
Collection of Rents solicited and promptly attend
. ed to. my3:780
WILLIAM H. BAR : It s
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, CONVEYANCER, &C.,
Offlee, CARSON STREET,' nearly opposite the
Railway Depot, SOOTS PITTSBIIRUH.
Business entrusted to his care promptly attend
ed to. mylty6l
JLTrcoRN - mw—.A.T-mulLw,
No. 98 FIFTH EATNIENT,
D ANIEL McIIIEAL, M. D.,
PR ACTICING PHYSICIAN,
OFFICE AND EXSIDENCE,
No. 50 Grant St., near 'Ugh.
T S. FERGUSON,
No. 87 Fifth Street,
°lto FLOOR, I? limn Room.
JOHN W. RIDDELL,
Office, U. Diamond Street,
(Opposite the Court Hone,)
1€ ( ,15:t44
,Tvr A, LEWIS,
No. 90 Diamond Street.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
No. 89 Grant Street,
JOHN A. . STRAIN,
RIC-OFFICIO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AHD
Olace,lLS FIFTH STREET, opposlte the Cathe
dral, Pittsburgh, Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages
Acknowledgments, - Depositions and all Legal Bust 7
aces executed with promptness and dispatch.
JOHN C. McCOMBS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
,No. 87 Fifth Street.
Pensions, Bonntlei and Arrears of. Pay promptly
EW S 'MUER RESORT.
7-lu , , LAKE HOUR Stoneboroi
03. 00 Mai of Jamestown. ii., ,Franklin Railroad.,
one .hotir's ride from Fraisklina'
large, new and commodious, well furnished, has
bilUard rooms, ten-pin alleys and covered prome
nades. It is 'on the banks of the most charming
Fairy Lake in America, abounding in Ash, and ad
mirable for sailing purposes, surrounded with Sul
phur springs, romantic scenery, de. It is the best
8. T. JESSZIMEDY. Proprietor.
summer resort in the State. Address.
PI I IPBBURGII stud
CONNELLSVILLE B. R.
On and after TiIITR:MAY, March sth,. 113011
trains will arrive at anctdepart from the Depot, cox
ner of Grant and Water streets, as follows:
Mall to and from Unlont'n. 7:00 A. It . 6 ., 00
bicKeesportAccommodt'n.ll:oo A. IL 9:05 P.M.
Westto and from Uniont'n. 3:00..e. 1018) A. Y.
Newton AeCommod'n 4-:3o‘c. It. 8:35 A. are
Braddock's Accommodat'n 0:15 P. at. 7 ; 00
Night Acc. to McKeesport.l.o:3o 6:40 A. 31,
Sunday Church Train to and
from West Newton .1:00 e. s.10:00 A. it
For tickets apply L 5 _ Kum . ), igen,.
W. B.I3TOUT, Superintendent. , mht.
J. A. STESLZ.
ALLEGHENY airalgag .
Y DIRECT'ROUTE TO THE OIL' REGIONS.
Running through to Venango City without change
of cars—Connecting, with trains East and Xest on
the Warre.. t Franklin Railroad, and Atlantic &
Great Western Railways. Shortest and quickest
route to Oil City and Franklin, and all points in the
_ __ - . 1888 L
1 . • >rTralnl
On andlafter April 28th, eassengoir„...
will leave from and *sync at the Pittsburgh Depot,
corner Canal and Pike Efts. as follows:. s'
Hall to and Pm yen. City. 7:00 A. x. 8:15 r. M.
Express" _ 10:40 r. m.12:25 A. kW
Bras Bend Accom ,"
marn 3:00 P. M. 10:20 A. X.
Soda Works Al:eon:ft....—. 5:30 P. M. 7:55 A. M.
First Hutton Accomod , n... 8:50 A. it. 11:40 A.
Second Hulton'Accomod'n 12:00 M. 3:55 P. sf.
Sunday Church Train leaves Soda Worki at sas
A. N., arriving In Pittsburgh at 9:50 a. 51. Re.
tundu g, leaves Pittsburgh at 1:10 a. x., arthritis at
Soda Works at 2:55
H. BLACKI3TONEO3up , t.
W. F. HOPE, Ticket Agent. apt
ri CIuCIIILIATI AND ST. aigigin -
CHANGE O 1 TIME.--On and after ErONDAY,
June 21st, 1867, trains will leave and arrive at the
union Depot, as follows, Pittsburgh time:
' . Depart. At+tes.
Mafl 'Express 2:15 a. m. 12:10 a. m.
Fast - Llne ' - 0:40 a. m. 7:15 p. m.
Fast Express 2:10 p. m. 1.1230 it. tn.
Mixed Way 0:10 a. m. 7:05 p. m.
McDonald's Acen, No. 1.. 11:46a. nr. 3:05 p. m.
Steubenville Accommod"n. 3:55 p. tu. 9130 a. m.
McDonald's Acc'n, I.io. 2.. 5:25 p. in. 8: l 201. m.
Smr.o.at NOTlCE.—Sunday Express leaved at RI:10
p. in. arriving in Cincinnati at 6:00 a. m. ;the next
The 9:40 a. in. Train leaves daily, Sunkays ex
cepted, andsnakes close connections a: NeWark for
Zanesville and points on Sandusky, • Mansfield &
Newark E. B.
S. F. SCULL, General Ticket Agent.
W. W. CARD; Sup't.. Steubenville.
From June 7th, 1868
and arrive at the Union
time, as follows:
Chicago 2:03 a m',
Cleveland Ex.. 2:03 a m'
Erie Ygn3l , l 7:28 am!
Cl. Wh`gleCl 6:13 a mi
Chicago Mail.: 0:58 a m
CI. 6 Whit E x .. 1:43p m
Chicago En.... 1:58 p,m
Wh. &Erie Ex. 4:48 pn.
Depart from Alleghenv. L
N. Brigt'ttAc. 8:58 a mj
Leetsdale. - " 10 :58 a m :l3 a
Rochester " 9:23 pm
Well:roe Ace.. 3:43 p m
Leetsdale Acc. 4:13 pm
N. Brigt`n . 5:33 p m
N. Brigt'n " • 6:2Bpm
p `• . 10:43 p m
Kir 11:23a . m
1:58 . m..
Jed - F. R. MYERS
n and after June '7th.
rive at and depart from lb(
Washington an si
i ved Liberty
Mail Train.... 1:15 ami
Fast Line 1:40 a In;
Wall's No. i.. 6:20 ami
Latrobe Aeo'n 7:50 a m
Wall's N 0.2.. 8:50 a m
Cincinnati Ex • 9:10 am
Johnstown Ae.10:35 a In
Baltimore Ex. 1:00 p m
Phila. Express 1:20 pm
Wall's No. 8..._ 2:15 pm
Braddocks No 1 5:50 p m
Wall's No. 4. 7:15 pm
' Altoona Ace'n
Train 9:30 pad
The Church Train leaves Wall's Station even/
Sunday at 915 a. gn., reaching Pittsburgag at 10:00
a. m. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at t2:50 p.m.
and antesat Wall's Station at 2:00 p."ln.
'Cincinnati Express leaves daily. AU ether train,
daily except Sunday.
For fanner Information applyto •
W. If. BEM:anal, Agent.
The rennisylvania Railroad Company:will not U.
some any risk for Baggage, except for "wearing ap
parel. and limit their responsibility to One Hundred
Dollars in value. All Baggage exceeding that
amount in value will be at the risk of tho owner, on.
less taken by special contract.
EDWARD R. WILLIAM%
- General Superintendent. Altoona, Pa. .
IifEESTERNr PENN- . -
SYLVANILA. RAIL- ; • . -
R .—On and after May 10th, 1867; the Pas.
s r me; i T i rains i ;) ,e n he, Western Pennsylvania
at and depart from [ 'the Federal
Street Depot, Allegheny City, as
. wa: -
Split:gee No I 6:35a m Mall 6:15 ant
Freeport No. 1 13:15 a m Freeport Noi I 9:20 a m
Express 10:15 a m Sbarptrg NO:ill:20 a DS
Sharpb•g. NO.I 1:25 p m Express .. . . 1:80 pm
Freeport No. 2 4:10 pm 6.pringd'e No . l. 3:50 pm
Mali 5:50 p m Freeport No: 2 6:05 p
Springd'e No 2 7:10 pm Snring . d'e NO - 2- 7:30 pm
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday: . .
The CburcirTralb leaves Allegheny ;Janet. every
Sunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny City al
9:50 a. In. Returning, leaves • Allegheny City at
1:210 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny ; &met. at 945
CONNUTATIOie TlM:ere—For sale hi packer of
Twenty betwe en City, Chestnut refit,
Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and Sharpsburg,
andgood only on the trains stopping at Stations a pe.
cited on tickets.
The trains leaving Allegheny City at 6:15 n . m.
and 1:50 P. lc make direct connection , at Freeport
with Walker's line ofStages for Butler:and Hannabe.
town. Through tickets ma) be purchased at the
Office, No. 3 R. Clair street, near the Suspension
Bridge Pittsburgh, and at the DepOt, Allegheny:
For farther Information apply to ER I
JAME LE FFTS, Age nt,
• - • Federal Street Depot.
. The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not as.
sums any risk for Baggage, except ter wearing ap
bare', and limit tbel. responsibility ttillne Hundred
Dollars. in value. All baggage ' exceeding this
I amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, In•
Less taken by special contract. .
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS
myll Getp-al Superintendent, , Altoona- Pa.
The SHORTEST AND MOST
from the East to all points in
wo Trains leaye "State Line and. Leavenworth
daily, (Sundays excepted.) on th arrival of ttaint of
Patine Railroad from St. Louis, and TL.nnlhal and
St. I Jo Railroad from Quincy, c unectin. at •Law...
rein*, Topeka and Wamego ith ste,„os for
points in Kansas. At end .of trait' west of Ells
worth with the UNITED STATES EXPRESS COM •
PANDS DAILY LINE .OF OVERLANDi MALL
AND EXPRESS COACHES Fall- 2. -
And all Paints fn th Territories,:
And with SANDERSON'S TRI-WEEKLY'. LINE of
COACHES for Fort Union, Bent's Tort, Pass, Albu.
epergne, Santa Fe, and all points ; ln Arizona and'
With . the mean. additions of sidling stock and
equlpMent, and the arrangements, :natio with re..
eponslble Overland Transportation_Lines from WI
western terminus, this road now caers unequalled
facilities for the transmission of freight to the Fat
West. • .
Tickets _sale at all the principal offices in the
United States and Canada's.
Be sure and ask for tickets via THE SMOKY
HILL Ror . ..c UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY,
EASTERN 1; 1
1 New Mexico;
PITTSBUR a H, PA.
To LIVERPOGILi ANDaith
Tun - Q imti,oi lDfE
ivitat §T . Cloo 4T W Eam .N sin ,
Nuaberloireliteett first-olasa veined., among .theni
the celebrated i
~CITY OF BOSTON CITY OF lIALTI.IitIRR, ! .
fL CITY or-LONDON; -
EVERY SATURDAY, *um Pier 45, Nettie
River, New York. For passage or further infornist
Uon apply to
WILLIAM BINGHAM, tr.,
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
AYNE & CHICAGO Be
PITTSBURGH H. R.
trains will lenve from
Depot, north aide, city
Chicago Ex... 2:08 ant
Cleveland Ex. 2:08 am
,ChfeagoEx..:. 11:23 a m
Wheeling Ex. /1•08 am
Bt. Louis Ex.. ~3133 pm
Cl. Wh'g Ex. 438 pm
Erle & Yg'n Ex .6:13 pm
Chicago Ex.,. 4:23 p m
Cl. Wh'g Ex 7:08 pm
I. Arrive in Allegheny. -
N. Brlgt'n Ac. ;7:03 a, at
N. Brlgt'n " 18:28 am
Wellsville " ala
New Castle " 10:13 a m
Leetsdale " - 1.9:13 In
", ;1:08 pat
N. Brigt'n "..-011:43 pm
Leetsdale " .4:53 pm
Express 'leaves dgily. A
re Express arrives daily. f
General Ticket, Agent.
:1867. Tmini will ar
e Delon Depot4j corner 01
treets. as follows:
Day Express. 7 51:25 am
N 0.1.; 0:30 ana
Train. ...1. 7:50 a m
.ChacianatfEl 11:40 a m
Wall's No. 2.; 11:51a in
Johnstown Act 3:ospm
Bra ddoeks Noll 4:00 pm
Phila. Expres, 4:50 pin
Wall's No. 5..: 5:10 pm
Wall's No. 4.1; 6:05 pre
Fast Line 7:30 pm
Latrobe Ace•ti 8:50 pm
Swissvale Ar.'Blo:so pm
General 'Freight nila Ticket Agent
le FIFTH STREET, (C .