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.!Mattets.in. New •Y •
'Closed st 1433i@i43%,
,:,Bl , Tegraph to the Pittsburgh
,„ - • `NEw - Veng. July 17, 1868. •
• MONET AND GOLD:
Money easy and•steady at 6 per cent.
nail. Sterling drift at 1103, 11*. dad.
aluer, pnening at 1423 i reaching 14314, at
Vlach a million was taken, anti closed at
ii 43 3i4143M. Government exports one nail-,
-`'on for the payment of salaries
Governmonta active iblid higher, closing
i,rm. Co apons '81004014104qt do: '62, 1141/,
-.',4114M: do. '64, 111% ®lily; do. '65, 11214
J 11254; do. new,10934®1091/0 do. '67, 109,%
9/ 1 09%4 '68, - •109344e109%; 16-4Qs, 10814
i43'.:; 7-30 s, 10P%®109k,. Considerable
onunta of. - bends are being shipped to En:
Border State bonds are stronger:
higher, closing fi In although rct thet_3x
ree quotations are hardly sustained. At
".:30 the prima were: Canton, 47@50; Cum
-3314Q)34%; Well's Express, 2434W' '
XiiroticanExpress 44%®'46. Adams
:-.lspress 513‘W2; United States Express,
r3VJ ,®46ly; Merchants, Union Express,
r 023%; Quicksilver,r/212234; Pacific -Mail,
01%@102: Weatern Uhion Telegraph, 35%
4 '435 K; Now York Cent Id, 132%40133; Erie,
i 3 %@68%; Hudson, 140; Reading, 96:4®
Ohio and • Mississippi, • 2931114
. 1 3:f; _Wabash, _ 49(g)49; St. Paul,
• I Prbferred, 82W,@8./,;„l4lchigan Central,
. 1 :,16%®117; Michigan Southern, 91%a92;
tois Central, 148%101150%; Pittsburgh, 86%
---___0136 4 ,4; Toledo, 10234@103; Rock Island,
:97./,11:0107%; -North Western,•79®79%; do.
Ireferrod, 8131®82;TPort Wayne, 108%®
;2834; Ilartford and Erie, 163.; Marietta,
;; fit preferred, 29; Prairie du Chien Ist pre
'orred, 105% ; Burlington and Quincy, 164;
. trahtabula, 99%; Ciilnmbus, 90; Missonris,
knew Tonnessees, 68%; old 69; North Car
. ines, 73%.
• MIN/NCk SHARES. •
• fi Mining shares dull; Smith & Parmelee,
1.30, Gregory, 46g.
Balance, 132.960,94.9. • ,
• ki :New 'York Produce Market. •
Telegratitt to the Pittsburgh Gazeue.l
• • r Nam-lons, July 16.—Cotton Is , a shade
zrmer, bat less active ,, with sales of 906
ales at 313a32e for middling uplands.
. dull and declining; receipts-464
bis; _sales —6,900 at $6,402.6,90 for _super.,
ne, Btato and western; 57,8048,35 for extra
• Rate; 57;84a9,fi0 for extra western; 510,40 a
I:440 for white wheat extra; 58,25a12,65.f0r
tt. 11. O.; $9,75310 for extra St. Louis; sloa
• 14,50 for good to choice; do. - olosing dull
rad heavy; California' flour heavy, with
tlesOf 900 sacks at 59,00a12,25. Rye flour
ruiet, with sales 0f,200 bbls at 57,50a9,85.
• • t , i'prn meal quiet. Wheat; receipts--7,300
u; the Market opened a shade firmer
4 . fad More active; but closed quiet with the
•• 7,livance lost; holders are more disposed to
• ialize higher prices; sales-41,000 bush at
0,80 for inferior No. 2 Chicago; $1,85 for
• o. , 2"Milwaukee; 51,95 for No. 1 do; $2,25a
_ "1t35 for new red Georgia and Tennessee;
11:,35 for amber—Michigan; $2,'150.,40 for
••• bito,State; 52;40 for white Michigan and
shits Canada on private terms; 52,55 for
•rchite Georgia, and $2,50x2,65 for white
ralifcria. Rye °Wet. Barley and Barley
:! , t.". 1 :45, aft nominal. Peas; sales of 7,500 bush of
ixna.da at $1,47. Corn; receipts 30,594 bus;
ilarket heady and la2c lower; 'sales of
i l l,ooo bus, at $1,01a1,09 for miffed western
peat 'and 51;10a1,10% for very choice do.
Sacs; receipts 1;590 bus; market heavy and
3:••1 , 52c lower; sales 'of 61,000 bush, at 81a82c
ittr western in store, closing at - the inside
' lkice, and 831/0 for do afloat. Rice dull.
• ' I,ffee firm and quiet. Sugar steady sales
350 b !Ids Cuba at 1 i1.,4a1‘430. Molasses
' . 11. Hops quiet. Petroleum quiet; 15%a
o for crude; 3fic for refined bonded.
fork is quiet and heavy; 1;250 bbls sold at
; • f-8,20a28,25 for new mess, closing at 828,25;
•,•:gnlar at $28a28,50; old do closing at $28,25;
~, ...,I%gular at. $'22,25a2.5 for prime; $24a21,50 for
.. . True mess. Beef-steady; wiles 150 bbls.
•:-.::.•ef hams r quiet. Cut' Meats steady; 350
' • gs at 12. 1 4a13v,c for shoulders; 16 , x, al7 V i c ,
'..r tams; -. irt ddlingsAulet and steady.
,•, ia rd quiet and nominal: 100-tierces sold at.
• : . :al7yie for steamed; 1018!‘e for kettle
bndered. - Butter is steady at 20a2843 for
.... 'filo. - Please firm. Freights to Liverpool
.--- • Ails less active;, engagements per steamer
'.. ft 40,000 bus grain at 7d.'for corn; 7j4i. for
41heat; 700 bbls flour at 3s.
Larasr--Floar cloded dull and declining,
.1 Wheat 'rather quiet at .61,80a1,85f0r4N0. 2,,,
' —Utt,., d 51,90a1,05 for No: 1 Spring. ' Rye dull
..t, i,t $1,75a1,83. Oats dull and heavy at 80 , 4 a
\lll In stOre and 83 afloat. Corn rather easier
•''' '- ""'ILO7aI,IO for new mixed western afloat. -
~ ork quiet and-steady. at 821,18y 4 a28,25 for
less cash and regular. Beef steady with
.. koerate demand. Cat.. meats in firm re
test and at steady-:prioes. Bacon nomi
: . ' Lard dull at 17,018 for fair to prime
iii ii i Eggs in fair request at 25a27.
, Chicago plarket. ,
ty Tel9crimb to the Pittsburgh Gazetie.i
Curosoo July 17.—Flour dull and tame;
ssa than 1200 bbls all grades were reported.
$9,502,10,00 for Spring extris. and $6;80
ir spring superfine brands. I, Wheat dull
nd a shade firmer, closing with buyers at
1,76 for No. 2 spring; about 91,0013 bushels
banged hands at $1,92 for No. 1, and $1,73
1,73 y. for No. 2; this afternoon sales No. 2
;$1,74: Coro less active awl demand prin
pally •speculative, ly 4 all4c lower; sales
to. 1 at 914a92c; No. 2 at 90a91e, and re-
toted 5t,433% - ,elosing with sellers of No.
91%o; slime Change sales - were
tado of No. 1 at 90,0. _Oats dull
, ads firmer, with sall3B Ikt 63a640 for. Nos.
nd 2, tho market closing with buyers at
,I Rye is in better demand and irregu
'with sales of new in EltOli) at $1,20 for
t andll for No. 2 and rejected. Bar:.
~, to dull; sales were made of 1 car load:of
- , ew by sample, to arrive at $1,25. -Provis
. 9 700-are dull . MOSS Pork is nominal and
'i4s, ees are unchanged. Lard is held at 17c.
;, , ,s nights are dull at So on'tsorn to Buffalo,
70 on corn to - Oswego. The receipts for
1 1'he past twenty-four hours' amounted to
• 7491 barrels flour, 2,281: bushels.wheat,
': -, : } 1 : 34,270 -bushels -corn, 17,077 onshels oata,
1, kr 3,552 • head of live hogs. Th e s hipment*
r the, same length of time amounted to
'klifi. barrels fionr,s97l bushels what; 1.08;- .
' .". 'f-103 bushels' corn, 2,500 bushels ,eats, ligid
• 1 '.;.! sao bead of live hogs. . . ~.
.. • , ____ . •,. . : 13 i - 1%1410:Q1h to the Pittahnigh Geet,q,e.]
311.14WATIZEIC, July 17.-7 Flour dull and
~‘ ,' •• , .'' „, -'-'' •,N'H . ..leesdy, and the , prioes 'ere " unchanged.
'• '--- 7 , . • •:. t,:' '-, pibeat higher-at. J 1,85 for N0.,L1; ;11,7a}0,
i . • • - ,'• •L - ,84 for'No. 2. Oats lower at 00a06%0 for
_ '• ..4 1 0. 2. Corn dull and , weak at 90 34 c for No.
- ' ' ' ;! - ,,,i , • Itectopts-50 0 1:obls - four. 4,000.bn wheat,
,- , • ' -:- - --: 14,600. bu oats. 2,000 bit-corn. Shipments-.
7 ; •- • ', 1.."•• , pep bbls flour, /2,000 bu wheat, 500 Puede.
' ' - .. •
''; 'k 3 bu Dorn.
• , Chicago Cattle Market. i
‘' ' - - - i - • 4 ' ga --- to the Pittsburgh Gazette.'
' • .. 'Y.P3Y
ICo reabo, July 17. A-Beef cattle more so.
•-: ' •
i ive at $4,30a5 25 for cowf and _light steers;
6036,80 for fair to Median:l, an i0,,87 1 ,fa
. . ,
iWO for geadA o choice steers. Hogs active
d teai 5o higher; _sales at $8,80a8;60 for
'46- to - medium, and ;8,7E69,00 for choice
''sxlcootk lots. 1
' . ' • - ' Philadelphia Market.
'...... •gy T
, ' ph to the Pitteoureb Gasette.l
il porteli-grratt, July 17.-- - Petroleum
•, ' • ' • , - i, tan do Flour dull but steady. Wheat in
''''''""" ... 1 • ' demand; sales red at $2.40a2,45.
• - j i„.„,..
,7 ca c oe rce• sales mixed western at $1,17.
' , --3)rd .
' '''-jeta in fair demand. Provisions Unchanged.
._,,,,--', ' 1 • -,;•-1
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' ' - ' 5. • - iMPORTs BY RAILI4OAD.
• -1. . • . 1 4:'," 4 , I tacit) *IW PirreMoitu e Rail, •* 4 lJ u ly .17. 8 oars iron. Chem,
1 ! . "eith dt,-kiel- 1 car :atone,
.0 Ha , worth; 64
• . ,-'.phis oil, Hackett, McKee it Co; eat shin...,
i - ' - "`" • A., A Barker; • 1 car litnibervAtatek
• • . r , blooms. John Moorhead dc
.._!.. A.-. vr ie, 4 oars
- ' • r •,..7 : 430; $6 , obis oppper, T !II Howe; Zro boxes
_starch, Will Cooper - & Co; 25 v do do, J .0
2 .Dilworth .& Co. 5 do ito,ll crates do, Lewis
'&Clore:" 2trhys dodo , J It Smith; 25d0
do, Smith, Johnston & Co; 10 do 'do, 'E
Sellers & Cs; 50 do do, 1 orate do, Watt,
Lang & Co; 9 bbla 'glass, Wm McCully &
Co; 1 ear pipes, H Oats; 4 .
do rye, McHenry do Hood; 10. bblwknribs, ,
Adams, McKee & Co; 9 do do, Jones, Nirn ,
ick & Co; 1 cask Ware, R E Breed; rdoiCii
,chairs; A Milliken & Co; 4 bbis eggt - 2 bier
do, 5 kegs butter, 1 bag feathers, - Head
Metzgar2s aka oats, Brown yirmiam K g
bbis apples, H Riddle; 50 tills oil, J
Spear, Z 2 bbls, potatoes, T McCoy; •1. bbl
dry apples, Varigorder & Shepard.
PITTSBURGH. CINCINNATI AND ST. LOUIS
RAILROAD, - July 17.-25 tea hams, "E H
Myers & Co; 10 do do, J H Lippincott; 2 ,
pkgs tobacco, R W Jenkinson; SO bbls ce
ment, J Dunlap; 27 bales cotton, Eagle
:Cotton•Mills; 1 car Oats, Adams &Thursby;
3 bgs coffee, Arbuckles & Co; 14 sks grain,
W Rankin; 4 bbls eggs ' S Cooper. 4hf
bbls fish, Head & Metzgar: 15 bbla eggs, W
H Graff & Co; i 4 sks oats, `C; H Love; 1 pkg
tobacco, J 'S Dilworth & Co: 3 bbls DO.
tatoes.Meanor, & Harper; 2 pkgs tobacco°.
T Blaolimore; 12 sks rve, 12 do oats, Robb
& Herron; 2 cars bulk meat,' E H Myers &
Co; 55 tas hams, Jas El Parker; 6 bbls oil,
F W C Feld; 33 bales cotton, A. H Childs &
Co; 1 car staves, H Guyer.
PITTSBURGH, .EPT: WAYNE AND CHICAGO
RAILROAD, July 17.-2 cars metal, Bryan
& Cangbey; 6 do do r Nimick & Co; 6 do do'.
Jas Wood Son & Co; 169 sks oats, Bricker, dc
Co; • 1 car lumber,- J M Seibert. 13 boxes
cheese, NJ Braden; 50 do •do, Arbuckle
& Co; 25 do do, J S ,Dilworth & Co; 13 Elks
rags. Christy &Benham; 2 bbls eggs, W J
Steel & Bro; 8 bgs rye, H Rea Jr; 1 car mid
dlings, R Knox Jr. 36 boxes cheese, N J
Braden. 1 pkg tobacco, J Murphy; 275 bgs
oats, Keil &-Ritoliart; 40 bdls broom corn,
McClellan & Co;100 bbls flour ) Watt Lang
dr.Ccr; 300 do do, dwner; 100 do do. Dan
Attaxasionr STATION, July 16.-74 , bbls
flour, Stewart Langenhein; 2 cars metal, 6
do limestone, Superior Iron Co; 5 cars
metal, Lewis. Bailey & Dalzell; 1 car wheat,
W McKee; 1 car shingles, R H King; 21
bides, 9 pkgs calf skins, J Luokeamp; 136
sks oats, 17 bblsilour;.SC M'Mast era; 2 bbls
eggs, R & A Carson; 100 bbls flour', Robert
Knox & Son; 100 do do, 1 car bran, A Mil
let.; 300 green hides, A & J Groetzinger &
Co; 32 sks oats, Stewart dr Langenhoina; 1
car shingles, Taggart & Wilson; 16 bbls
green apples, Owens & Harper; 10 bbls
flour, Hippley & B.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD, .Tuly
17.-10 bbl eggs, Graff & Reiter; 2 de do, 1)
Stevens; 1 do do; 3do butter, John Moor
head; 6 firkins butter, 1 box eggs, Arbuth
not & Co; 50 sks oats, Adams & Austin; 4
do wool, R Ellett; 4 pkgs eggs, 4 do butter,
J W Beer; 14 sks rye, Keil & Ritehart; 27
sks wool, H Woodsides; 8 do do, S Bradley
& Son. '
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL' RAILROAD,
July 16.—L bbl eggs, Megraw & Co; 320
flour bbls, Vangorder & Shepard; 2 bbls
eggs, J & & Deitz; I ease cigars R& W
Jetikinson;,2 sks rags, M W Rankin &
Prrrssunew AND Cotorsrzsvir,LE
RAILROAD, July 16. rolls leather, J
Schulz; 14 coils rope, Fulton, 13ollman Qt
Co; 212 bdls sheet iron, W F Armstrong.
• AUCTION SALES.
BY SMITHSON, VANHOSIE &
'I4OIIOIiIEN STATION, ,
`Sattirday Afternoon, July 18th,
. . , .
Of the 'remaining
SIXTT•FIVE BUILDINC LOTS
'Of Plait No. 1.
Free Trains leave Western Penna. 'Railroad Depot.
Allegheny City, at LA-r• P. at.
Thid is the most important and desirable sale held,
as the reserved
CHOICE 'LOTS AND SITES
V . 11.1 be offered and sold without reserve..
Tan - tia: unc- fourth cash. balance in four years.
Flans and-information of Capt. It. Robinson, 75
Federal Street, Allegheny City, or to .
SMITHSON, 17A.NHOOK t BIeCLELLAND,
BY A. WILWAISE,
lM ACRES ON PE NO( LVANIA •
ur • AVE tar F. 'at Assignee ice.on THUIISDAT
afternoon, - Jaly • l6th, at Id o'clur • on the premises,
will be sold by order of John 11. - Kennedy att. John
G. Maceonneil, Assignees In Banktuptcy of Idiehael
O'Hara, that valtisbie properly In-the city of Pitts
burgh, formerly Liberty townshitt, fronting.on\
Penn sylvasilitavenue. opposite Iderarland's Grove,
and bounded by lands of George A. Berry. Jams B.
Murray, and John McFarland, deceased, containing
14 aetes and 110 perches. • - •
The beatitiful situation of this property,-com
manding band Some , viens of the valley and sur
rounding villa., cannot oe surpassed.- Its desirable
testi and' great value arc too well known to require
particular mention,' - •
• Wrms of sale- , sold subject to mortgage of :
447 92; balance cash.
jail • A. M'FLIV AIME. Auetioneer.
' BY Luang & mums
matign. & PHILLIPS,
And Connnfssion itterchantse
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS,
to. 60 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOOTS, SHOES, CARPETS,
Dry Goods and Notions,
AT PRIVATE SALE DAY AND EVENING.
Consignments Solicited. Prompt lte•
On' Tuesday, July. "21st,•: 1868,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. AL,
AT: THE MET HOWL Pr 118131724111,
lie undeislg e d will again offer-at kWh) Elate the
'lratsa Balduln towni.talp known as the ,
JACOB LINI4ART ;FARM.
The attention of epalreen labelled to the sale of
thiasery ffe.traale piece of CO4L PROPERTY.
The =Attained. °rids .attorney :. . S. MUGU
BUN. No. el With, street, will be pleased to also
say infortetasionin regard to iti . •
jowl s > - Adininlstrator of ;Isis:Sito Llnliort.
DISSOLVTION• OF 'PAATNER,
SHIP:The Partnership heretofore - 6;141ns
between , , •
In the Live Stook Balinese. has • been dissolved hY
=tonal consent, SOLOMON TRA.UXIIMAN .re •
Meg. Those heel' g 'Whitt the old film
dna will Present the same for-settlement, and those
indst " e° WLU Pisaso make Immediate payment.
Z ither Of the old partnere Is authorized to settle up
and use name Of the Arm. • ,
- • bIMON KLUB&
• SOLOMON TBAUBBMAN:
The and reigned edit continue the boateeee ender
-the style 8 NARKS 81t0 , end the hope, by
strict attention to the !tents of the ttede, to mgrl t l
settattnnenoeOf die very Abend patronage hereto*
'fore beetowed upon tho old Ann.
.rxtuat CROP . OE , ISO&
We are war; receiving a choke Jot of segth e i n
Wheat from Tesitiesire and, Minola. bow which
we are Dew. aseaufectertow-a 'Opener manly of
ramliy Plour. aqua' to the Wit bntnds in tai United,
spates: to *bleb we Invite the etteettoa ordealeri
exoyenceem•re. Oar raduiegitadfandA taaded;
1 3rop orleelt, Pearl Stem Alleithea7,2m na Ith
dale A,asoir. T. NIADT 4 Aso.
Jaw • I
. _ . .
Bintort. 43iAZBTTIg:3.13ATIIIIDACY „
.. - 18 7 1 '
The isreathei altheugh still very het,was
TcOlniaratlyely , pleasant yesterdaY, and
imadinihniinn wasitbout as strong as ever,
tbern was tepretty goixt breeze most of ihe
diy.; The rival fe about stationary with
ten inehea in the' channel, aceording to 'the
:metal mark, though it is claimed that there
As ilouble that on Glass House. It is a
matter ,of no great importance whether
'there are ten or twenty inches, as steamers
condo nothing on even twenty incheS, but
it is important to have the marks correct.
There are two or three small steamers
navigating the Monongahela.
—Sharp Hemphill writes that the time or
the Andy Ackley, St. Louis to Benton, dis
tance 3,175 miles, was sixty-three days and
—Since 1828, the Chattahoochee river, Ga.,
has been navigated by 134 steamboats. Of
these B—half of watch are tied up—ere now
upon it. Of the remainder, during these
forty Years, 45 have been worn out, 6 blown
up accidentally, 2 by the Fedora's, 3 blown
away in a gale. 2 lost by high water, 9
burned and 29-sunk—in ail 96 casnalties—
and 80 have left the river.
—The '-systorri of reshipping over the
Rapids at Keokuk, has been fairly inanau
rated, and we have no doubt witnessed the
departure of the last through boat of the
season: Both the Upper Mississippi lines are
thoroughly prepared for that sort of work,
each having a full complement of boats
both above and below, and very little delay
:will be caused to passengers or freight in
consequence of the change.
—The St. Louis Democrat, of Thursday,
says: The robbing of passengers in the
night time on steamboats is almost of daily
occurrence up tip river, during this hot
weather. Passengers are obliged to leave
the doors of their staterooms open or else
smother, and the thieves have no difficulty
in reaching their victims. The thieves are
snarp. Ono of them the other night at
tempted to take a watch fromia gentleman
who was awake, in an u pper berth. When
asked t , who's this?" the thief responded,
"excuse'ine, sir, I guess 'Pm in the wrong
room." On the steamer Milwaukee, last
week, we are told, money to the amount of
81,300 was taken from passengers in one
night:. Parties were arrested at McGregor,
but no evidence was adduced against them.
People traveling on the river had better
leave their valuables with the elerlES—the
office safe cannot be entered very well.
Wit. Lords dispatehes of Wednesday; re
port as follows: The decline still oontin
nes in the Illinois and Mississipp. The
Missouri is falling slowly at Omaha, and
rising at St. Joseph. • The Kate Kinny
passed the latter place ,vesterday, with 10,-
000 sacks corn for St. lons. The Peoria
City comes mit of the Missouri to-day with
the largest freight trip evi:r brought from
that river. The Camelia left for Pittsburgh
yesterday, with about fifteen tons; she has
no barge, and takes no ore. The Silver
Cloud, for Pittsburgh, took no freight;
having no fanny for 1214 c. per 100 pounds.,
She has a barge, and takes 400 tons ore at
Carondelet for Ironton. The Common
wealth, for New Orleans, took 500 tuns,
and gets 1,000 tuna at Cairo. The City of
Alton leaves to-day for Memphis with a
fair' trip. The Welcome is loading for
Omaha The water on the lower rapids
being insufficient to enable Northern line
packets to erOss, they now reship (at Keo
kuk Captain Joe Brown has purchased
the ram Vindicator from the Government,
and will have her fitted for the purpose of
keeping the harbor free from lee during the
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J
This first class Hotel will open for the season oh
251h.Jure., , Terms. $3.50-per day: *2O per week.
Address, It. Tlio %11.',a0 N. Proprietor, •
(forme k•rof Congress Hall, Cape Island. and Me
tropolitan hotel, Waahlogfon„ D. C.) .
N. B.—The motile will be under the direction of
Mr. CARL RENTZ. 'eXars7
A NEWSUDIDIER RESORT.
THE LIM, HOUS&' Storieboro, Pa.,
(On the tine of Jamestown do Franklin Railroad,
one hones ride from Franklin.) This house is
large, new and connuudiutb, well throbbed, has
billiard rooms, ten-pin alleys and covered orome•
nades, It Is on the banks of the most charming
Fairy Lake In America , abounding in ChM, and ad•
mirable for galling purposes, surrounded with 2MI
- springs, romantic scenery, ac. it is the best
gtunmerresort. In the State. Address.
*HEALED PRoPHPALIit will be received et tills
ogler until 3 O'plweic P. at., on FRII.AY.24•hIu t.
for extending 'me ttE ALAKII Tr.l:2,4tA PH
into the ceventh ward, a diatanee °tabard 4,500
feet, via caring (JAN.-it Avenue. .
Also. for extending the - I.mPa Into the tlljtnthry
ward, a Pistancc of about 3.000 feet, via. MAIM
street. Pipe ctreet and hank Lane.
Oder half - of the contrmh prier to be paid after the
lines have been thprouguiy leafed and approved:
Iry th , Chit ror the rime Departu, nt apd the 4 OM
mince on Itnsines, the balance payable three
months [Acres,* er.
The right la reserved to reject any and all at du.
AT EfEDUCED PRICES.
. H errEn Joby ter, -
We wlll oZer oar present stock of
Wall Papers at Greatly Reduced Prices.
A large assortment of KAT IN PAPr.II.B, [or - halla,
room, Ceilings, Az.. at. .
JOS. R. HUGHES* BRO.
iptumprotti 'Ants FOR SALE, IN
1445,t<in •t• the tato 9eniend kobt t uson will
Five Tamable Building -Lots,
Situated 'on the Noels Commons each' lot' 24 tir
170 twa t , ,Theaa iota arti lits 4 DS tileFulost desirable
tor'plvatit e.ideuee 01 any to ue hid in the eity,
"leo. the /Kr 11.7; and:pals of - due
110118110. with HAHN WEI complete.
Appli & -Vie OW" Of ..a al': 1
' JOHN Q RoßorsoN, •
saws lro. 14 rudersl etre' ittleghetiy.'
ETIMAULIC CEMENT DRAIN 'Pill'
:me..t and beet Pipe In the market. Also, 80-8IINDALII:
8IINDALII: HYDRAULIC OICHILNY the eats,
8..& 0, A..IIII4iViETT 00.
(Moe ano Manor'eatery—kik° ItßititCOA HT.;
Allegbeny. Orrieta by mall promptly atteniled
ICE! ICE! ICE! •
WK. KREBS, Ice Dealer, A I
6o d 6 DLAMOND ALLEY. Pittabo.
Orders ten. here ur at Hand agree', hridse wilt re.
°etre prompt atteatiOn. Wantons running In litta•
bun* an d All eg heny..
N4*.yrgirE —Carnet* the retideuee
of the ouhteriber, on the.bto day -E.funo
t, B,ty itip,oted to he flaunt tiri•lve
yeartold; hu «bite on 'be a int of be. nou;awut
one.h•at of eight bind foot 10 %it ie. TI earner
c an hive him by ea/llog on the u
•Aiu, property and paying obervie.. •
\ • • . sHSPLXR,
JeFritenTp;., Alirgheof Co. a,
almos MA 11103,
_ , . . . ... .. .
Tla All OP - Alt E NT-GREEN 011 C
currait ibrt W 'ado* ', tthadook- su ' , nettle In •
rti aad lower In prim Slop the !Wen, Nam.,
tun, ; tAilogliefrureslo ly eivitsr , Atilterear
Uut just nmottv•d ties
~.... a., ii. iiiii.L= .
Ai , sutioll SL roar
. 1. 1. - 1 S
S. T. KENNEDY,. Propirtet'or.
cm! . OP AILVIODOLIZirY. July 46tb, 1888. I
BLECTIC SIMMER tiORDIII,,'
.i , ,
An intalnitie rentedy_for Sumnier Complaint, Dim
ram; Dysentery , •Vomlting, Sour Stomach and
. . .
118..11111115' CRIMP , W 1
A speciaa for Cholera, .Crampa and Pala In the
Stomach, for tale by
31Eitiatlas & EWXOTG,
Coiner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
SOHOOMICIKR /4 SON'S
P ItIE WHITE LEAD,
MCCOY'S VERDITER GREEN,
The only green paint that will not deteriorate by
exposere. It will look better,Mat longer and give
more perfect eatiefaction than any paint In the
MHE rENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
1. RAILROAD COMPANY have on sale at their
Offioe, Ireton Depot, Plttstrargh,
ROUND ) TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS,
TO ATLANTIC CITY AND CAPE NAY,
Enabling parties to visit these penular bathing re
sorts, and return home at a moderate cost.
CAPE MAY PASSENGERS can purchase Tickets
to go and return by all Railroad, or they can arrange
to take Steamer in either direction, between Phila.
delphia and Cape May.
EXCU SION TICE ETS are also for sale at the
above De Otto NIAGARA FALLS, THE OIL RE-.
GIONS, GETTYSBURG, and -numeroup points in
Pennsylvania and hew York. ,
B' PAMPHLETS, containing full descriptions
of the various Excursion Routes by this Road, can
be had on application at the Ticket Otiloe, in the
Union Depot. •
W. H. BECKWITH,
Jvl:e23 TICKET AGENT.
TO WHEAT GROWERS. •
UMBEL AMMONI4TED BONE,
SUPER-PHOSPHITE OF LIME,
The Allegheny Fertilizer Co.
SE TVABD & CAMPBELL,
Mee,. 856 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
The bestEertillser to use, and recognized by
Farmers who have given it a trial, to be the stand
ard for raising large crops of Wheat, Rye. Oats.
Corn, rola toes, nc. We have published for gratu
itous circulation a pamphlet C,outalning Interesting
and valuable statements of this Fertilizer, copies of
which will be sent five to any sending us their ad
The Tax Payers of the consolidated City of Pitts
burgh. are her by not tied that the Tax Books are
now In the hands of c Cltv - Treasurer, ready for
axes and Water Re to paid between the let of
JUNE and the lot of_ UGUST. will be received at a
DISCOUNT 0, • FIVE PER CENT.
And between AU , 4 usr let, and the 15th of SEP
TEMBER. at a
DISCOUNT F TWO PER CENT.
From the 15th of S rrpsi atilt to the let.of OC
TOBER, all taxes will be payable as assessed. After
the 14 of OCTOBER, FIVE' per cent. will be added;
and on the let of Nt•VEMBER, all unpaid Taxes
will be plaint° the hands of Colh-etors WITH THE
FURTHER ADDITION OF FIVE PER CENT.,
.mating a difference of FIFTEEN PER CENT,
between those paying In July and those paying in
411irr,,he S rATM MERCANTILE LICENSES are
now tine, and a .ould be paid on or before the Ist of
July, to save cost Ind expense of suit.' •
Opening of Gibbon Street.
Nottoe is hereby often to those Interested - that the
'Report of Viewers, as modincil by the Court, hay
been placed in my hands. The assessments will re
main in my office, No. 100 Fifth street, Pittsburgh,
ter payment, until the 27th day of July, when
those not paid veilt be flied In Court as llenn.
J. P. 4-La'AGIT—,E,
°mos or CITY itnoiniturt AND oIIRVIIYOR.
- Pittsburgh. July 17. 1868.
N OTICE. -The Assessment for
Grading, Paving FG.Curbing Mulberry Alley,
From Snails to Tiylor street, Is now reedy lbr ex.
antinstion. end one be seen at this office until MON
DAY. July 27tb, zsey, when it will be returt ed to
the City Treasurers Office fir collection.
4yrrmr -- . •
itOPOSALS, FOIL COAL" .
Onincz 91t 1 T.1 1 111"0?r,
Third ate City tia
Olty of Allegheny ' July 13, 18013.
THE DIRECTORS OF THE POOR OP TElli
',MITI(' OP •LLY.(IIIENY will: until PRIOsY„ the'
17th receive propossis Joe furnishing the
iCiTT. HOME, hi the borougb of hillivale, with
6,000 , Bash. good Merchantable CoaL
W4,—s will stii e t elides delivered at Betidett's
St.t len, and sled the price If delivered In' the-shed
et the nom.. Proposals to he • sealed and left with
.; N. XeSONNIGLE, Secretary
\ isyrritit 31 atory, 91;711144 guegbapr
- . .
GLASS l 111ANILIFACTVIMERIL--
c i ltia ruidersigaed hexing secured tbe foie Ages.
cry or the-sateeftna celebrated - , • • . . -• .
COPLST POT OLAIf. .
Are now p ared to flirnish it in any uttardlitya
die Wishing to procure this superior article. .
ring fifteen years use of this Clan, wetave - arri
at tuch proportions u we belleye makes its better
article for pots than any , .in the market, -, we having
secured en auerage stand of etx, =GAT ,and Sim
ssONTIIS. We will furnish recelpes - for the propor.
lion of the mixture al thts Clay to pemons purchas.
lug. The Clay's around and moulded la tempt SW
. • , DITYIERLIHIN & WS.
_ ' Fort Pitt Mau Workib
• weshmstoo gtrosit. Plttphnnrh.,Ps.
MANHOOD; HOW. LOST I DOW.
,RENT! MED! Just published instated meet.
oodyee p, ice, sir, cents. A LECTURE ON TUE
NATURAL TREATMENT,. and Radical Cure of
rruustorrlueiswor Seminal Weakness, involuntary
intiodons, Sexual Debility andlinpedtments to Mar
risEe generally; Nervousness., Consumption, • Epik
lepsy and YEN Mental and Pima's' incapacity, en.
Sultinx from Self Abuse, 'dc. try Robt. J. Culver..
well. M. De, author alba ' , lllyeen Book," lte.
NOON TO THOUSA NOS or SUFFERERS,'" sent
ander seal. In a plain envelope, to any address, pa.
on eccelid slx aunts, ortwo postage scsunnii,
IAI'. J. C. KLINE r. Co. IMI FowEE s t:
NEWYORK, POSToIerICE RO I L 4856. 'Also Ds .
ouiverwe ive .4 , ti.srci ace ssehic,” orine.Bllngn4a,
OfritAl N l)D."= , -Anothat - New
bil °l " 43l ' r 4‘ 1 4 1 ' 11 1 ": - . 7 40;. the non .hr
Du. ;, mem' 'This Wheal Vow siiprof this w..rk:
. 4 1 Mi.: MillObitlActatibc: *A the:CIU n . and ee pa nr
prilusture 'wo l P l ' .howo how breath impalted
throuith Wahl &bums of •ruoth- and . manhood. +aid
buw,u •r?!..14..13 4 - 1 ; 7 at. lovlwipirsof
Idiprditeentit'w tharriltee, the 'sew see race'.
ovuurocts ieollit t 7, 2 - luitot.lpmeobtemufflemt_%.•ii
swain edltio.. u MP" spine wlll be co• .ardeo us
r Monk lOf . 64111 r. eau Doctor CITK-
Tly. - No. 8 Marko nowt, Saltbooro.
13.*C.A.N711 1 / 4 ). I*' • T. VanTIZI.D.-
eatMISSION 'MERCHANT& and 'W`bolepale
ers in.tioshon. Fsctorv, Elambursr -and W. D.
Cheese. - Butter, -- Lard.' Pork, Bacon, "Floir-Ftsh,
Dried Fruit, Grain , Pia .1-.ead.Zoti Pearl nd & da:
Ashes, Y. bite Lime. Linseed, Lard, Cosl ui d Car=
bon 0115. No. 141:First street,,Pittsburgb.
WATT, LANG- & CO.,
Groceries. Flour. Grain, Produce. Fro-
Viß lone, Fish, Cheese, Carbon Oil,
Nos. 172 and 174 WOOD STREET, near Liberty
street. Pittsburgb, Pa. n09a255
. '- ' 6.r.KELP
STEELS & SON,
6 : 11"Clar"
0 . an:: 2 )2 (
i scion t.A.Tw li i v e r: .m..313 71, ie ntei•
• . . • AND. DEALERS' IN •
fear East foramon,
:GHENT CITY, PA ,-
ET, PITTt3BEFEGH. '
i; Csahler'Rtechanics ,
3t& Klo.. if..,T. Ken-
RETIE ICIIIL JAS. T. NICNIAB24;,
' jam ER. & IRIC' ART, • _
COMMISSI a N MERCHANTS,
DNALERS IN • '
FLOUR, GRAIN, 8 " DS, MILL FICRIVac:, Ate:,
349 Liber ISt., )Pittibursh i ,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
ALEX. H' BANE - ANTSI3.
MCBANE 6 ANJER,
Dealers In FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE GEN
ERALLY, No. 'JAI WATER STREET, above
Smithfield, Pittsburgh. les ,
F ETZER & AEMSTRONG,
poßwmutia AND 06NICIMION MEROMTEI L
For ttie sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon,. Lard, Butner,
Seeds, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, N.J. 16
"MARKET TREET, corner of First, Pittsburgh.
fe2":uB . ; '
JOHN I. ROUSE EDW. HOUSE ' WM. ED HOUSE.
jOURIT L HOUSE & RROS.
cessors to JOHN. L HOUSE & CO., 'Wholesale
roeers and Commission Merchants,. Corner of
Smithfield and Water Streets, Plitabargh, Pa. ,
RIDDLE, No. 133 'LIBERTY
• STREET, .Pittsburgh, Pa., Commission Mer
e ant and Wbo!castle Dealer In Country 'Produce,
Groceries and Pittsburgh Manufactures. Coati ad
vanced on Consignments, and pald - for Produce gat
KNOX & SON, COMMISSIOr
MEUCHANTS and dealers in FLMR.,
II L FEED and PRODUE. OENERALLY, Nc
79 DIAMOND, opposite City Halt, Allegheny City.
3IERCILINT IN, PIG I.ISTAL, BLOOMS,
, 'WROUGHT SCRAP IRON, FMK BRICK
AND CLAY, Ac. Warehouse and °ince, Nos. 360
and 368 PENN STREET. Storage tarnished.
Consignments solicited. ,
TITTLE, BAIRD & PATI`ON,
Wholesale Grocers, commission Merchants and
lers ' Produce. Flour, Baron, . Cheese, Fish,
Carbon and Lard Oil, Iran, Nails, Glass, Cotton
Yarns and all Pittsburgh Manufactures generally,
112 and 114 SECOND STREET, Pittsburgh.
JOHN SH I PTON WALLACE.
SHIPTON & WALLACE . , WHOLE,
SALE G ROCER.S AND PRODUCE DEALERS,
N o. 6 SIXTH ST RE ET:TIMM , . reh.
jos. A. BUTLER, ,
ALDF4tMAN AHD POLICE MAGI I3TRATE
Office, 120 WYLIE STREET, neaiWashington,
Deeds, 'Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions. Collections, and all other legitimate
business executed promptly. intann9
Ex-Offtelo ditsuee of the Peace and Police MagLs
trate. Odic ,e GRANT STREET, opposite the Ca
thedral, PITTSBURGH, PA.'
Bseds, Ronda, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
DepositionS, and all Legal Business executed with
promptnesir and dispatch.' • ' • mhIB
USTACE S. ORROW
j " I A.T.rovintrAw-,
EX-OPFICW JTIETICP OP THE PEACE AND
'OLICE IiAaIETRATE. , •
OFFICE, NO.ZS PENNA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA,
Deeds, Bonds Hortgag_. es, Acknowledgments,
Deposit-lens 'mean Legal Business executed with
prompinesermad dispateM. my 29
ArsioN , •
Justice of the Peace,
CONVEYANCER; REAL ESTATE &INSURANCE AGT
— 43 ARSON STREET .EAST BiIibiLWGRAM.
Collection of Rents solicited and promptly attend
ed to. \ • m 73110
wiLuarm H. ximuiza, •
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, CONVEYANCER,.&C.,:
Omcey CARSON STREET, nearly opposite 4e
Railway Depot, SOUTH PITTSBURGH..
• Badness entrusted to his care promptly attend
ed to. - my1:3431
DANIEL MCNEAL, D.,
T 8. FERGUSON,
Barooxo Fcoos, FEONT Roox.
JOHN W. RIDDELL,
A. LEWI ,
, NO. 99 DLeniond' Street,
AT TORNEY 4 AND COUNSELOR'AT LAW, '
NO. 89 Grant Streot. ,
m :DM 4 , : PT/710101M. PA.
A . IICIIIII4LD ILLMMILEY,
JOBB A. 13T11.111N.
,EX-0171. 0 JUSTIOS, or TILE PEACE AND
• POLICE KAUISTRATS. . • • -
_ 0fkm_3 3 1.15111 FIFTH STREET, wp os it, e the (lathe.
ad rittsb h, Pa,. Deeds, •ttondsi
delniewiedgisents, Depositions and all n o,'
ness executed with promptneas and .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
, • N0.'87 Fifth stroet»
rettsioni. mougstee.aud, A rrea rs • or PAY Proll/Pti ,
oonwpd. . nnuorrig
§Til) R E"' WINDOW SHApPiv,
t loaf etildefibid z • lge:iroilied 'lrish Oehler" itod
eaten In plain °rill:Coo tiallatn Blue, tee same
nm so feet the 011 IlLeth
W ix arammig, and Ot. Clair street.
'WHOLESALE DEALERS .12r
No. 396 PENN - STREET
OFFLOE AND RESIDENCE,
o. 59 Grant St., near high.
No. 87 Fifth street,
OkSee,ll6 DiamoDS Street,
(Opposite the Court Iteume,)
Nab 98 IFIEFTII
aplkaiikais • PrITSBURCOL PA:
.1 kris stoic after THURSDAY, March . sth, 1056
trains 'wilt arrive at and depart from the Depoti eat
tier of Grant and Water streets, a follows:
ljali A m a
to and from Untont'n. 1:00 M. 6:00 P. N.
ußeesport Accommodt . n.l.l:oo A. Si. 2:05 P. X.
11x. to - and from Uniont'n. 3:00 P.-M. 10:00 A. M.
West Newton Accommod'n st. 8:35 A. Us
Braddock's Accommodat'n 0:15 P. N. 7,50 P. 11.
Night Ace. to McKeesport.lo:3o r. st.. 6 : 46 A ,_ .
Sunday Church. Train to and
from West Newtona..... 1:00 P. AI. 10:00 A. 21
For tickets apply is i ft.
W.B. STOUT. Superintendent. • mhi
LLEGHENY af i caNsi
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE . OM REGION&
Running through to Venango Cltk without change,
of cars Connecting with trains East' and. West ma
the Warre.. & Franklin Railroad, and Atlantic &
Great Western Railwaysi — Shortest and quickest
route to 011 City and Franklin, and all points it(the
On andeafter Aprli UlGth, 1888, Passenger Train&
will 'leave from and arriye at the Pittsburgh Depot.,
'corner Canal and Pike Ste. as follows:
Deport: ' Arrive. — "
Hall to and I'm Yen. City. 7:00 A. , '6:15 kite
Express " • ",. 10:40 p. M.12:25 A.
Brady's Bend Accommod , n 3:00 P. M. 10:20 A. 14.
Soda Works Accom'n ' 5:30 P. M. 7:55 A.. 16
First flulton Accomod'n•. 8:50 A. M. 11:4-0 A: X.
Second Milton Aecomod'n'l2:oo M. 3:55 P. 7/L.
Sunday Church Train leaves",Botia Works at 8:011k ,
A. if., arriving in Pittsburgh at 9:50--A. M. Bs.
turning, leaves Pittsburgh at 1:10 P. arriving M
Soda Workwat. 2:55 p. , st.
H. BLACKSTONE; 13up't.
W. F. HOPE, Ticket Agent. ' • ap2s
CINCINNATI AND ST.
„ CHANGE OP TIME.--On and after SUNDAY.
June 91st, 18137, trains will leave and arrive at as
Union Depot, as follows, Pittsburgh time:
M I Express . ' i e :rst. ni.14:10 a. M.
Ir st,Line 0:4-0a: ni. 7:15 p. m.
.2' 'Express 2:lo'p. in. 11:20 a. us.
xed Way 6:10 a. m. 7:05 p. eis.
M onald"s Acc'n, No. 1.. 11:40 a. m. 3:05 p. m.
Steubenville Accommod'n. 3:55 p. in. '0:30 a. M.
McDonsld's Acc'n..No. 2.. 5125 p. m. 8:20 a. - 111.;
. SPECIAL Notrek.--Sunday Express leaves at 2:724'
p. sm., arriving In Cincinnati at 6:po a. tn.' the nes2
The 9:40 a. In. Train leaves d Ily, Sundays ex
cepted, and makes close connections at Newark row
Zanesville and, points on Sandusky. Mansfield &
Newark R. It.
S. w F . SCULL. General Ticket Agent.
. ABM Gunn.. Solteunenville.
ITTSIi ILGII, POET
ANDW CLEVELAND •
Prom. June Tih, 1868
and arrlVe at the Union
tithe, as follows:
Chicago Ex—. 2:03 a m
Cleveland Ex... 2:03 a m
Erie & Yga MI 7:28 a m
CI. & Wl:l:grit , ' 6:13 a m
Chicago Strait.. 0:58 am
Clllcago'Ex....o:43 a m
Cl. & Wh'g Ex . . 1:43 p m
Chicago Ex.... I:SSpm
Wh. &Erie Ex. 1:48
Depart from Allegheny:
N. Brlgt'n A.c. 8:58 ama
• " 11:58 ami
Rochester .-" 2:23 pm.
Leetsdale Ace. 4:13 pm
N. Brlgt'n " . 8:33 p m
N. Brtgt'a . 8:28 p m
Leetsdale " . 10:43pm
1 1:58 p. m. Chicago
W 11:23 a. m. Chien
PS F. It. MYERS
la EN NS* LIVAN
x CENTRAL RAILROJ
On and after June 7th.
rive at and depart from th.
Washington and Liberty 81
Mail. Train..:. 1:15 a m
Fast Line 1:40 a m
Walrs.No. 1.. 6:20a en
Latrobe Acc'n 7:50 aml
Wall's O. 7.. 8:50 am'
Cincinnati Ex. 9:10 a m
Johnstown Ac. 10:35 a m
Baltimore •E:c• 1:00 p m
Phila. Express 1:20 pm
-V/all's No. 3... 2:15 pm
Bra6docks No 1 5:50p m
Wall's No. 4. .7:16 pm
Train 0:30 pm'
The Church -Train - leaves Wall's Station event-
Sunday at 9:15 a. reaching Pittsburgh at - 10:04i.
a. m. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at 12:50 p.m.:
and arrit .s at Wall's Station at 2:00
'Cincinnati Express leaves daily. - All other trains
daily except Sunday.
For further Information apply to
• W. H. BECKWITH, Agent. ;
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not !la.',
sumeany risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap. 4 .
punt. and limit their responsibility to One Hundred
Dollars in value. All Baggage exceeding that
amount in value will beat the risk of the owner, un.
less taken by special contract. .
EDWARD IL WILLIAM:L.
jeB General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
AD.—On- and after May 10th, 1807, the Pis- -
senger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania Rail
road will arrive at and depart from the, Federal
ive. Allegheny City, as fo
Springd`e Arr No 1 6:35a m!Mall B:15 at&
Freeport No. I 8:15 a m Freeport No. 1 9:10 are
Express 10:15 a trx Sharph`g No.111:20 ayr •
Sharpb'g No.l- 1:215 p m Express 1:50 pmt ~ J
Freeport No. 2. 4:10 pln Springd`e Nel - 3:50 pat
Mail 5:50 p m Freeport - No. 2 6:05 p m
Springd'e Not 7:10 p e x ce p t gtr day 2. 7:30 pta •
- .Aboyetrains - run - dallySun
Sundayhurch Tralh leaves Allegheny Janet. City
at 7:40 a. nl. - , reaching Allegheny City at
9:50 a. m. -Returning, leaves Allegheny City at
1:90 p. m. and arrive s . at Allegheny duct. at 9 - :49 ,
.. .. - -
CommtrrefioN.Ticirais—For sale la packages at
Twenty between Allegheny. City , Chestnut street.
Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and Sharp:abuse.
andgood only on the trains stopping at Stations ape.
cited on tickets.
The trains leaving Allegheny city at 6:15 a.
and 1:50 r. it. make direct connection at Freepost
with Walker', line otswes for Butler and Bannalus
town. Through tickets may be purchased at ea
OHce, No. 3 31. Clair street, near the Suspensiota
Bridge Pittsburgh. and at the Depot, Allegheny.
For further Information apply to
.JAMES - LEFFERTS. Agent,
Federal Street Depot.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not aie.
aume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing sp..
pare!, and Walt that. responsibility to (hie Hundeest
Dollars In value. All baggage exceeding Oft
amount In value will be at the risk of the owner, MI.
teas taken by special contract..
EDWARD B. WILLIAMS,
Gen.-al Sunerintendent, Altoona. Pa.
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY ,
The SHORTEST AND MOST RELIABLE EMIT'
from the. East to all „points
New Mexico, Idaho,
.. - _ • .
. Oleg o l ll *
--- " is Line and Leaven
thaTwo .T., r111 ,... na A ea ... 7 2. 14;a d.) an the arrival. of ttaNtsalS- -
tetolliv''''—viri, tont. and '1...0n1bl US ,
p Jo '
.„„_____-., anna l aio n . ix
St. Jo Railroad! trom w r n o . % ,
for ift. ,
" n an iat in T V r i i L r a is elit end of track west or ilitit
.---- ---' U NITED STATES IMPREBB I Ca
P Iivrth ANYTAPAIL e i ce -LiN olizis E OI o n O B VIIBILABD , ,
4.1.11) EXPUES I3 I , ~ ~ .
DANViiaili iit&latr riAarElp
fail Points in thetTerritorleilt
And withlki.giNintin3ON.'B Tst-wzitia...... 1 1:„.././ 11 3 An g
COACKES for Fort liolr at lien L..... Arizona sae
for Fort an ' ,_- ,
%i n :At:leo. , - P oe
r , - „i• ii - stioCk ire
With the - reoenAidditiens o f to m a, imb ro
oeuiptuent a : and the arrangetwia pp Line. .from pia
spousible Amerland Tratunr w ro p in . unequanaik .
western terminus, this ro ads o f f re i g ht to cote Pia
facilities fertile' transmissio n_
welt, - ,
the p r i nc ip a l omens to tot
L 'Tickets for 'We at_itLi ; 1 1 .
Dolled Blaine and C fir uokets via THE _ .
Be sure and ' ask RION PACIFIC- BAILw.e.
EMLL sor."4-iPoN. . . •
l ati tt
TUE arum" am!. sTasnismps,
NUaltwirtax a1t.4011.,15/11mplamo latithig 12Mg
CITY CB eAttll4,: . • CITY 01:ANTWICPr.:
'CITY hOtiToll CITY 0 B4Sl,,Timoeg,
inia I eTITUTID I A 3 4 I . t g4 Marc
Itlver..Nfre ;Volt; ^rev rikeew (le filythet. I sßeirsia,
anbtib • '•• • _ '
VP P rre STENS% lehrenlole Balldies
Boutrehhealt• 1 119 e. Plumps. •
PAN HANDLE Boum 4
• AYNE R CHICAGO IL.
PITTSBURGH R. R.
trains will leave frost
Depot, north side, city
. - -
Chicago Ex..: , 2:08 ail'
Cleveland Ex. 2:08 ala
Chicago Ex .... 11:23 a in
Wheeling Ex. 1.1:08 a la
St. Louis Ex.. - 3:33 pia"
CI. & Wh`g Ex 4:38 pia
Erie & 1 - g'n Ex 0:13 put
Chicago Ex....,4:23 pis
Cl. &V,Wg Ex 7013 pat.
Arrive in Aileghen_y.
N. Brigt`n Ac.. 7:03 ant
IN. Brigt`n " 8:28 aas
Wellsville " 8:53 a nit'
New_ Castle " 10:13 a Id.
Leetsdale • " 9:13 &Et
.. 1:08 par
N. Bripi.a ". 2:43 pia
Leetsdale " . 4:53 pat
Express . leaves daily.
• r Express arrives daily.
General Ticket Agent..
I. 186 S. Trains will ar.
w. Union Depot, eon:text/1
streets.- as follows:
Day Express.. SD:2S as
Wail's N 0.1.. 6:3oam
Mall Train 7:50 am
I"th nelnuati Ex 11:40 as
Watt's No. 2.. 11:51 am
Johnstown Ac. 3:05 pm-
Braddocka Nol 4:00, pm
Phila. Expres. 4:50 pm
Wall's No. 3.. 5:10 pin,
Wall's NO. 4.. 0:05 p m
Fast Line 7:30 p mr.
Latrobe Acc'n S:5O pm.
Swissvale Ac'n 10:50 p IQ_
General Vreight and ticket Age