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ALLEGHENY CATTLE MARKET.
OFFICE OF THE I PITTSBITROIT GAZETTE,
MONDAY, August 2,1, IEBB.
There was again a full supply of cattle on
sale to-day, the whole number on sale be
ing fully up to the average of the past
weeks, and while the market was by no.
'means brisk, it was nevertheless, as good
as cculd have been expected under exist
ing circumstances.' - Notwithstanding, as
we have already stated, there was a full
supply, the number of prime fat cattle was
and as a consequence, this grade of
stock was in demand, and those who were
!Ortunate enough to have good cattle, ex
.?erienced no difficulty in selling, and that,
•00, at full prices. There was also, a very
'air demand for medium butcher's stock
and good' stock steers, and these grades,
slthough they did not go off like prime fat
tittle, sold very well, 'taking everything
into consideration. There wore quite a
number• of foreign buyers in attendance,
And had it not been for their timely pres
ence, the market. particularly for common
,lsh stock, would have been much harder
Vein it was.
7 As will be seen ).)- reference to report of
sales, prime to extra retailing cattle sold at
from 7.10 7,75 though the sales at the out
side quotations wore small. Medium
butchers stock sold at from 6 to GM, and
common to prime stockers at 4 to WA.
There was a fair number of bulls on sale,
which we presume would clihnge hands at
prices ranging from 2y, to 3x..
The great proportion of the cattle on sale
were from Ohio and Pennsylvania, only
One drove - from lowa and so far as we
could learn, none from Indiana or Illinois.
It is really astonishing the number of cattle
• that are being brought in every week, from
Washington Green Butler, and other ad
joining counties , and it is said that there
are plenty left. In regard to quality, some
of the finest cattle on sale to-day, were from
Washington County; as a general thing
'Butler. County sends more "scalatifigs," to
market than any other County in Western
Pennsylvania; occasionally we hear of some
good cattle coming from .that Comity, but
it is a rare - thing—an exception to the gen.
eral The fallowing is a pretty full
report of the sales.
Hazlewood War stock sold 57 head
Morgan Co. Ohio "iscalawags," for Foster,
at 4 to 5,75; 9 for Davis at 5.50 -to 6.60; 9 for
is Johns at 4 to 5,50; and 9 for Roster at 4 to 0.
Stakely.it,Bro x sold. 32 head' of Mercer
Co. heifers and steers at 4 to grind 9 head
from Lawrence Co. - at 3to 5,
It. C. Crum sold 20 head of mixed Butler
Co. stock for VIA At CO,, to Fiehl at 3,75;
' and 2to another 13arty at 4.
Linn sold 20 head of small but fleshy Bel
' mord ,(Ohio) steers at $6O per head. •
Garwin & Co., 19 head of common Butler
Co. heifers and steers; held at 4 to 4,50.
- L. Rothchilds .22 head Washington Co.
.5 to 7,50.
0, S. Marki dr. Bro. 74 Ohio steers at 5'50
Verner & Co,
.32 head Washington Co.
steers at 6 to 6,75.
E. Katz 2(1 head of common Tuscarawas
• Co. stock. 2,50 to 5,50; and 34 from same
place, on his own account, at 3,50 to 6,50.
Kraus it Haas 64 head Ohio "stock at 5,50
to 7. 0 •
Keefer sold 24 head common Washing
: ton Co. steers and heifers at 4 to 5.
Peter Hartman 36 head Green Co. heifers
and steers at 4,75 to 7,25.
Trainman & Lobman 75 head Washing
ton Co. steers; partially sold at 5,25 to 7,75.
Emerick & Co. 14 head mixed stock at
3,25 to 5,50. .
Myers & Neely report 88 head Ohici and
Penna. stocs at 5,50 to 7,50.
Flintier &t Sheitemantel 16 head common
Butler county steers and heifers at 4
Greenwald & Kahn 86 head prime to ex
.l* tra Ohio steers at 7 to 7,75; 27 common to
good, .from- Trumbull county, at 4,75 to
6,25, and 7 for Powers at 5 to 6,25.
Holmes, Lafferty Ca report 34 head
mixed stock at 4,35 to 6,25.
- Nicholas Carr sold 'lB head of Western
Reserve stock for Thayer, at 5 td 6,25.
Rothchilds wholesaled 25 head: scalwag
steers to Moses & CO. at about 4.
James McAllister sold 47 head of Ohio
and Pennsylvania cattle, on commission,
, at 5 to 6.'
Hedges & Tayler sold 40 head common.
IsSwa cows and heifers at 4 to 5.
Tv & J. Shamberg 32 head of Washington
county stock at 5,50 to B,so—one extra
steer, at the - outside price.'
Scott wholesaled 18 head to 'Kerwin at 846
The whole number of Cattle reported
sold this week reaches 958 bead. Now add
to this 100 „ head .unsold, and we have.l,osB
of Cattle en sale; and we have eyeri reason
to believe that there. as that number.
,PIEBR PA 31:68*
As haab r eei r ailM case for some_ time , past.
the supply wasi-again -very large, and
mostly common iii quality, and. in: poor
condition: Prithelat Sheep, of - vihich the
supply was lig*, were in_good demand,
and sold - ,readily at fulf-Prices i tihile com
mon and'inferior were. exceedingly dull,
with a supply largely excess . of the 'de
mand. Some two .or three droves were
• taken for ehiprnent, and More would have
been taken had it have beenthat
not - good enanghlbrl the'eastein markets,
lomattarhowelle4 here. As will be seen
• y refer duce+ to sales, good retailing Sheep
31d at from $3,50 to $4,50. per head, and
some few -extra brought 5c per pound. .
Lambs may be quoted at , from $1 to $4 per
head, as to' qualitylimd condition. - ! •
Neely wholesaled. 121 head to Deltrich,
weighing 10,425, at 3q.
Garwin 6t Co. wholesaled 160 head, laver
aging about 100, to Ault &, Myers, at 3%.
1 Beeler 90 head at 40 for Sheep, and $1 to
#2Y,501i for Lambs. • '
nner & Sheitemantel 170 at $1 to $2,25
ler Sheep, and to $1 , 0 for Lambs.
Davis & Maegi 156 - at $2 to $4,25 for
Sheep, at $1 to $4 for Lambs.
Stakely & Bro. 151 1 at $1 to $2,25 for
' Lambs, and $2 to $3 for Sheep. '
M. Humes 100 at $1,25 to $2,50.
- Adam Eckert 214 4 $1,50 to $3,50 for
-Sheep, and $1,12 to $3.37 for Lambs.
• Emmell & Ct.i 250 at #1,50 to $2,50 for
1 Lambs, and $2,50 to $3 for Sheep.
Seymour & Co. 150, at an average Of $1,50
per head; 100 unsold.
i Bannon sold 96 Sheep - for Campbell at
1 $2,37 to $3.
Woddle 100 Sheep and Lambs,
at an average of $1,62 per head.
: ! Garwin & Rothcbilds 59 Sheep at $1 to
Duncan 71 head of Ohio Sheep at,sl to
Clark 136 head from Lawrence county,
" Ben. Butler sold 500 head of good Sheep,
V) be delivered next Saturday to John Me
' I Allister,.at $2,50 per head.
1 Wick & Co. 10Q Sheep at $1 to $2,25.
.1 Bradley sold 154, at an average of $1,75
for Lambs, and $2,60 for Sheep.
t Emery 80 Sheep at $1,660 to $3,25. .
McMillan & Kerr 98; sold 10 Sheep at sc;
balance held at 3,40. '
Emertek & Co. sold 26 head of extra fat
' Sheep atly. - -
; There is a slightly improved demand,for
Bogs, in a retail way, and the demand
would be'much better were it not for the
extravagant prices now Prevailing. Butch
ers do not seem disposed to. invest very
deeply In Hogs at 10 to 11c, when they can
buy Sheep at 3 to 5, and Cattle at 5 to 7,50. It
isnot probable, however, that these prises
• (for Hogs) 'will long be maintained.
Mr Telegraph to the PlApaberzti Gazette.,
%tram, Aug. 24: - --1 4 1our is dull and
nominal at $11a11,75 for superior. • Wheat;
receipts, 32,000 bush, the market demoral
ized; the sales showing a. decline of sa7e;
No. 1 white is held at U,13a2,15; No.'2
white at ',52,04a2,05.
Si. Louis Cattlo Market.
Telearaoh to the-Plttsboroh Onzetto.l
ST. Louis. August tit —Cattle—the de
mand is light and prices range at 24a5V i c
for inferior. Sheep and Lambs remain un
Financial Matters in New York.
Gold Closed a1.144,6@1,15%
[ByTilegraph to the rittaborgh Gazette..l
NEW YORK, August 24, 1868
MONEY AND GOLD.
Money has a hardening tendency, with
call loans at 4@5 per cent. The banks are
calling in outstanding bills at 3 per cent.
Two small stock brokers failed to-day and
a great many have been weakened by the
recent depression in values, and further,
an injunction was granted to-day.by Judge
Barnard against the ,Milwaukee and St.
Paul Railroad in favor of the Milwaukee
in' the Minnesota Company, and the bond
holders of the old La Crosse Company and
creditors. • The St. Paul Directors are re
strained from paying or consolidating with
any other road, or doing any other act as
directors. Jas. W. Sweeny is placed as re
ceiver in charge of the Company's assets,
and of course he can only take possession
of the books and assets here. The St.
Paul Company is , holding its charter from
the State of Wisconsin. Rumor to-day
says the' Erie Company is to lay a third
rail to make the road a narrow guage, so
that the Western roads can run to' Jersey
City, Hints of low rates of freight and
fare, and further issues of common stock
and-of the passage of dividend on pre
ferred stock are afloat, but whether true or
false is not yet apparent. ,
Sterling doll at 9@9X. Gold firmer;
opening at 144 N, and closing at 145N@145.i.
Governments weak and lower. Coupons of
1881, 113. 1 4@)113,1; do. 1862, 113%@114‘;
do. '64, 108 1 ,01011.094; do. '65,1103,1@l11;
do. new, 107%©107%; do. '671063,1(0107X;
d0,'68, 10734@10734; Ten-FordeS, 108%®
The shipments to Europe for July and
August 'will probably aggregate twenty
seven to thirty millions of dollars.
-State bonds dull; Miasouris, 92X; Tennes
sees, new 6210g6234.
Stocks dull except - Erie, which has been
active and fluctuated considerably; after ad
vancing to 51, fell to ' and closed at
493(@49%. • The market was generally
steady at close.
5:30 PRICES: Cant0n, 1 45%@46%; Cumber
land, 281531; Wells Express, 2734@28;
American, 41@@42; lAdams, 47(4,4734;
United States,42W,@42%; . Merchants' Union,
21®21%; Quicksilver.l2o@26; Mariposa,
3%; preferred, 7(4)8; Facitic, Mail, 1003;®
101; Westerns Union Telegraph, MX@
337; ,New York Central, 120;®124;
Erie, 491©49%; do. preferred,' 79@71;
Hudson River, 135%@136; Harlem, ,116©
120;-Reading, 90®914‘; Ohio and Mississip
pi, 29©281‘; Wabash, 52@5234; St. Paul,
6914©6934; do. preferred, 79 1 ,1®7934; Chi
cago &Alton, 138; MiChigan' Central, 119;
Michigan Soul hern,82j 4 1@823,,• Illinois Cen
tral, 42%; Pittsburgh, 85 1 4(485;g; Toledo,
9834@99; Rock Island, 98%@983;; North
western, 803.1©81; do. `preferred, 8034®803./0
Fort Wayne, 1001A@1065 , ‘; Hartford. Erie,
213 @34; Ashbibul49B.
Mining shares dull and lower.' Gregory,
380; Smith Parmelee, 39; Diyhlson, 40; New
York, 125. Iteceipts,i 3,77s,s6s;'payments,
2;447,864; balance, 87,268,693.
New York PrOduce Market.
)13yTelegraph to the Pitt l sbuzeh Gazette.]
Nap YORK, AuguA 24.—Cotton opened
firm but closed rather;quiet; sales 1400 bales
at 3ua3oN for middling uplands. Flour;
receipts 13,532 barrels; market dull and
heavy at 158206 lower, sales 5,900 barrels at
$6,85a7,75 for superfine state and western,
57,75a9,00 for extra State, $7,80a9,80 for ex
tra western, 510,00a12,35 for white ex
tra, 58,55a12,40 for R. H. 0., 510,00a11,25 for
extra St. Louis, 511,50a14,00 for„ gnod to
choice do., closing quiet; California dull
and heavy; sales 500 sacks at 510a12. Rye
Flour in moderate request; sales 260 barrels
at 57,25a9,75 and 510,0040,25 for very choice.
Corn Meal a shade easier; sales 600 barrels
at 56,00a7,00. Whisky quiet; sales 50 bar
rels in bond at 71c. Receipts Wheat, 6,161
bushels; market dull and 2a30 lower; sales
26,000. bushels at 51,98 for No. 2 Spring de
livered, 52,35a2,50 for new white Michigan;
52,71 for new white Genessee, 52,25 for new
red Indiana. Ryequiet and drooping: sales
250 bushels' at 51,40 for Southern and 51,67
for. very. choice Michigan. s Barley dull.
Barley Malt quiet; Reetap Corn, 46,861
bushels; market •without, decided change
and closing steady; sales 72,000 bushels at
51,14a1,19 for unsound and $1,20a12234 for,
sound mixed western afloat: lie ceipts
Oats 3,471 bushels. '
market dull and la2o,
lower; sales 39,400 bushels at 76a763 for
western in store and 7834a130 do afloat, the
latter an extreme. Grain in siarehOuSe. Aug. l
24th; 1868: Wheat, 353,139 bus; corn, ‘l,-
004,686 ,litile Oats, 416,110 bus; barley. 575
bus; ina1t,..110,300 bus; peas, 438,142 bus.
Rice dull and unchanged. Coffee quiet and
firm: Su.gar . in. fair demand; but, heavy;
sales 6,5 K bus Cuba at logaiox i c; 1,000 has
Havana on private twins: Molasses 'quiet
at 380 for clayed, and" 40d for Masitovado.
Hops quiet at likt3oe for American. Petro
leum dull and irregular at , 11No for and°,
and 32a32N0 for refined bonded. Pork
quiet shade firmer; sales 1,830 bbls at
528,50a28,4 for mess, closing at 528,62 cash;
528,75 for old do.; 523,50a25,00 for prime;
and 525,7 for prime mess. Beef steady;
sales 170 bls at 1115,00a20,50 for new plain
mess; 523. a 24.75 for extra mess. Tierce
Beef dull at 521.0043,00 for prime mess,
and 530,00 ,00 for India mess . Beef Hams
dull at $ 00a32,00. Cut Meats firm and
quiet; sales 160 pkgs at 13/0140 for shoul
ders, and 16a19M0 for hams; middles firm;
sales 300 bxs short clear to arrive on pr.i
vate terms. Lard a shade limier and in
moderate demand; sales 850 tierces at 18a
190 for steam, and -19a19%c for kettle ren
dered; also 250 tierces pima steam, seller
September, at 183,e. Butter steady
at 31a37c for Ohio, and 36a45e for State.
Cheese dull at 14a1.7%e. Freights to. Liv
erpool a shade firmer, with engagements
per steamer of ten thousand bushels of
wheat at sd.
LATEST.—FIour Closed quiet and 10a15c
lower; holders generally disposed to real
ize.:" Wheat nominal and la2c lower, with
a limited export and milling demand. Rye
dull and heavy, at 51,60 for western. Oats
dull and heavy , at 7Ge in store, and 700
afloat for old western, and 73a75e for new
western at railroad depot. Corn steady,
at 51,14a1,19 for unsound, and 51,20a1,22 for
sound new mixed western afloat. Pork
quiet; mess; sellers offer $28,75, and buyers
ask 528,60, regular. Beef quiet and on
changed. Cut Meats nominal. flacon firm
witu a small supply and fair demand. Lard
steady at 18.3ia19e for fair to priirie steam.
Eggs quiet at 21a220. 1
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
MILWAUKEE, Auguk 24.--11 4 1 our dull and
•nominally lower. Wheat lower at $1,66 for
No 1, and $1,56 for No 2. Oats quiet at 530
for No 2. Corn entirely nominal. Re
ceipts-1000 bbls flour, 51,006 bush wheat,
2000 bush oats, 1000 bush corn. Shipments
6,000 bbls flour, > 4,000 bush wheat, 100
bush oats, 100 bush corn.
iBY Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Clatette.l
BAurrstons, Atoust 24.—Flour dull and
weak; woste , n superfine $8,00a8,75; extra
1it',25a11,25. Wheat steady and nnchanxed.
(torn firm, white $42331,25. Rye nominal
ly $1,40a1,45. Mess Pork $30,60. 'Bacon
firm; rib sides 17V017Me, clear d0...1Na
IMc, shoulders 14%c; hams 22a2-3c. 'Litt
quiet at 19c. ,
(By Telegraph to tbo Plitaburgh thicotte.l
Louisvimal, August 24.—Tobacco firmer
at $7,25:115,25 for leaf. Wheat $2a2,10.
Flour; superfine $6,75a7,00; family $11,50a
12,00. Corn 90c. Oats 45a50e. Rye $1,25a
1,30. Mess Pork $29. Lard 10%0. Bacon
—shoulders 13%c; clear rib sides 16%e;
clear sides 17yc. Whisky; raw free $1,25.
PriTSBURGH GAZETTE: TUESDAY', AUGUST 2,5 ::1.568
` Chicago Market.
illy Telegraph to the PlttaburghGazette
CafeAoo, August 24.—Flour dull and
nominally 124a25c lower; spring extras $8
a59,375i. Wheat in better demand; No. 1
declined la3c, and No: 2 declined 3a4c;
sale 4 of No.' 1. at $1,69a1,70, No. 2 at $1,58a
1,59; sales this afternoon at $1,58M for No.
2. Corn active; sales No. 1 at 973;,a981,
No. 2 at 97a9734, and rejected at 96; since
'Change No. 1 is firm at 98c. Oats active
and IV,a2c lower; closing at .51 1 ,4a51%c.
Rye modorately active, closing at $l,2BMa
1,29 for No. lin store. BV.py 7aBc lower;
sales at $1,48301,52 for No. 2. and $1,40a1.43
for rejected, closing at $l, . 3a1,52 for No.
2. Uighwines unsettled and nominal, at 70
aroc for bonded. Provisions more active
and unchanged. Mess Pork $29,50. Lard
18a18 ,c. Freights 134a2c higher; 10c on
wheat, 9c on rye, 834a9c on corn to Buffalo.
Receipts for the past forty-eight hours
-3,465 bbls'llour, 161,699 bush wheat, 209,325
bush corn, 156,015 bush oats, 2,118 hogs.
Shipments-5,877 bbls flour. 7,47,540 bush
wheat, 204,465 bush corn, 224,680 bush oats,
[By Telegraph - to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
- Totnno, August 24.—Rectipts for the
past week-27,678 ibbls flour, 29,302 bush
wheat, 131,307 bush corn, 13,400 bush oats,
14,110 bush rye, 300 barley. Shipments
-21,806 bbLs flour, 219,428 bush wheat, 51,270
bush corn, 95,071 bush oats 2,113 bush rye,
400 bush barley. Flour is !dull and droop
ing. Wheat la2c lower, with sales white
Wabash at $2,58; white MiChigan at $2,10;
amber' Illinois at $2,12 1 ,4; amber Michigan
,at $2,02a2,03; No. 1 red at 82; No. 2 do, at
11,87; No. 3 do, at $1,75; No. 2 spring at
81,62 M; amber, seller for August, at $2,02a
2,03; do, seller for September, at 12. Corn
opened 10c lower, but finally recovered the
decline; No. 1 sold at $1,02a1,03; No. 1
white at 81,03; yellow at $1,03. Oats la2c
lower; with No. 1 at 56Ma57c, and No. 5 at
55a55%e. Rye lower, with No. 2 at $1,30.
Barley at 01,60 for State. Lake freights at
6c on wheat to Buffalo, and 10c to Oswego.
New York Dry Goode Market.
By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazgtte.)
NEW YORK, August 24.i---The dry goods
market, is steady and firm for cotton and
woolens generally, the only exception be
ing a reduction in the price of Briggsit
Co'Erprints to.dsy of 34c; they are now sell
ing at 10;;C; other leading makes of prints
bring 1334 c, and a few prominent brands
14c. Heavy brown sheetings are still sell
ing at low rates, viz:` Rio for Stark A and
Graniteville A C T; 16Mc for Lyman E and
other good brands; 17a1735c foil Indian
Head and Atlantic A; the 'latter is an ex
treme figure. The demand for all classes
of goods, both domestic and foreign is im
proving, and the impression for the time
being is that prices have found their le401 ) .
New York Cattle Market.
hUT Telegragh to Pittsburgh Gazette.]
Nsw Yonx, August 24.—Receipts for
the week, 5,583 BeeveS. 40,965. Sheep and
Lambs and 18,739 Hogs. Beef market slow
but pricea without material change , on last
week's; prime to extra 15 1 ,01634; good
fat steers and fat oxen 14a15 for medium to
fair; steers 123014: POrk, fair to medium
10a12. Sheep and Lainibs in large supply
and very dull and heavy, except for picked
lots, which are a trifle higher; common to
fair Sheep 3mas, good to prime 5a6, extra
637. Lambs 7alo. Hogs fairly active;
prime heavy corn fed $10,35a11,65; medium
V10,00a10,25; common 9a10; dressed 12 ;al3.
BLTelegruoh to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
PHILADEILPIIA, Aug. 24.—Flour is dull
and unchanged. Wheat dull; good and
prime red is held at $2,30a2,40; white at
$2,25. Rye is steady at $1,65a1,70. (torn
quiet; yellow sold at $1,24a1,25; mixed
western, $1,72a1,23. Oats steady at 70 71c
for Penna and 65 for Southern.
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
I.P/TTSBIIROII, CINCINNATI AND ST. TUB
RAILROAD, August 24.-1 car wheat El
liott & Smith; 6do do, J S Liggett .t Co; 1
do hay, A H Allerton; 59 .pkgs 'tobacco,
Smith, Johnston dr. Co; 25 i bbls flour, John
Porterfield ,it Co; 4 pkgs butter ' F G Craig
head; 21'sks oats, W J Meek; 2bbis apples,
W H Graff & Co; 150 doz brooms, H R Mc-
Clelland; 4 bxs tools, Whitesides & Drum;
4 bbls linseed oil, J P Scott; 7- bbls apples,
Ido eggs, Grail . & Reiter; 13 sks rn,
Robb & Herron; 25 eke barler, JM Ca n;
70 sks oats, 27 do wheat', Meanor & ar
per; 51 do oats, 12 do, wheat, F Schield; 28
do Wheat, 17 do oats,.Mcllenry & ood;
175 dozen brooms, McElroy & Co; 9 tons
metal, J W Porter 2 cars j!vheat,F P ush;
224 eke barley, Thos Collins; 1 cars ves,
M P Adams & Bro; 1 do do, W Hastings; 2
do drr, J Painter & Son; :23', bales oo ton
Kennedy, Childs& Co; GO tea hams, Gel)
Mitchell; 12 bxs 50ap,..1 K Smith; 5 bbls
lard, oil, Dilworth, Porter dr. Co; 36 bales
hay, J& W Fuirley; 8 caddies tobaceo, T
I Blackbrnore;.,ls bales cotton, A H Childs
&-Co; 50 bbls Wogs,. A B Mills; 10 . bbl po
tatoes; Vangorder & Shepard; - 32 'caddies
tobacco, Head & Metzgar; 10 bills frames,
Pickersgill & Lyon. --
' lerrissu ROB, FT. WAYNN AND ,CITIOAGO
RAILROAD. - August 24.-0 , cars pig iron,
Nimiok & - Co; 7 do do, Jas Wood Son & Co;
300 bbls flour, owner; 70 bbls apples, Wood
worth it Davison;.ls bbls apples, H. Rea Jr;
2 cars staves, 121 ,Oil bbls, M P .A.datris &
Bro; 22 bbla apples, Wll Graff. & Co; 100
WAS flour, 2 bbls apples, Culp &Shepard; 2
oars wheat, J S Liggett & Co; 48 ‘ tes hams.
1,105 pee do," 25 tee lard, F Sellers & Co; 248
bbla fertilizer, Seward
__k Campbell; 67bales
hay, 011 Allerton; 53 pkgs tobacco, W L
Jones: 100 bbls flour. Seghmyer & Vos
karnp; 1 car corn, .1 W Simpson; 100 Ws
flour, H Knox; 50 aks oats, G Mcßride; 15
bills paper, lilcCullough, Smith & Co: 4 sks
rags, 40 bills broom haedles, McElroy &
Harrison: 2 bbls eggs, 3 ido onions. W J
Steel & Bro: 5 rolls leather, G Hoff.stott; 241
boxes window glass, C Ihriasen N. Son; 60
boxes cheese, Watt, Lang .£ Co; 200 oil bbls
0 13 Jones; tear staves, C Lutz; 1 car barleY,
Dlt Galway; 4do do. Spencer it McKay;
200 bbls flour, Dan Wallace; 100 do do, Mc-
Clure it McKee; 16 pkgsscrap iron Mullen
& Maloney; 1 car do, Tim Maloney; 100 bbls
flour, McKay 6r, Bro. - ,
I.ILEVELAND AND PITTSBTTROR ' RAIL
ROAD, August 24.-6 cars iron ore,
Knight, Porter & Co; 3do do, Zug tirCo; 1
bbl tobacco, J M Sichel; 5 kgs do, 3 bbls
eggs, Atwell & Leo; 0 bbls apples, Culp &
Shepard; 42 bxs oil, H P Schwartz & Co; 67
sks bones, F W C Fold; 1 car, pig iron, Win
D McGowan; 22 masses copper, P M Howe;.
1 keg tobacco, E McGraw & Co; 20 bxs
cheese, F G Craighead; 18 bbls apples, 2 do
dry peaches, 1 do eggs, Voigt, Mahood &
Co; 2 bales cotton, Carr, McCandless & Co;
50 sks oats, Scott drGisal: 25 sks wheat, 20
do rye, Voigt, Ortman & S; 17 bbls whisky,
Schmidt & Friday; 1 car ft , e brick, Ander
son, Cook &Co; 1 do do, Park, Bro & Co;
22 bbls apples, Vangorder & Shepard; 12 do
do, Henry Rea Jr; 156 Wits chairs, Bedford
Chair C0; , 157 sks oats, Robt Henderson; 1
bbl plums, W J Steel & Bro.
ALLEOHENY VALLEY K. R., August 22.
—1 car old metal, Martin Brickell & Co; 2
cars pig iron ' 2 casks load pipe, J ,Moor
head; 108 oil bbls, CltizensDil Co; 53 rails.
Pitts Gin &St Louis It It; 2 bales mdso,
M'Crum &Glyde; 1 do do, Stewart StGarde
nen 1 box dry goods, W Semple; 1 box do,
W Barker & Co; 3 bxs woolengoods; Kir
merdale &Co; 8 bales dq, '2 rolls leather,
Shipton & Wallace; . 4 bbl eggs, J Andrews;
1 car stone, - D L Reynolds; 1 box , mdso,
McElroy, Dickinson &Co; 14 cars limestone,
Shoenberger& Blair; B L Fahnestock & CO;
4 bxs madse, W Verner; 1 car lire clay, S
Kerr; 1 car stone, A J'Harbaugh; 1 Car pig
iron, Lyon, Shorb & Co: 5 bbls flour, Rob
inson & Co. - I
A.LLEOLLENY STATION, August'
14 ears wheat.; R J Kennedy dcßro; l'do bar
ley..l Rhodes dt, Co;
.138 sks.oats, 57,d0 rye,
It Knox (V, Son; 2 cars wheat, W McKee &
co: 1 car limo, Gillespie & Co; 1 car oats, 100
bbls flour, Stewart •dr, Langenhoim; 2 cars
flaxseed, M B Suydam; 1 car lime, C
Lamb; 250 pigs lead, Ileyrrier, Bauman &
Co; 500 do do, Pahnestock, H & Co; 1 car
flaxseed, ltwer, Hamilton & Co ; 2 cars iron
oro, Spank . Ch alfant & Co; VO green hides,
Hays & Stewart; 20 bbls apples, J Norbert.
—The Sallie V. and Mollie Norton are
plying the Evansville and Henderson
trade in hot competition. Passage down
to 50 cents.
—The new cotton is moving lively. On
the 17th, at New Orleans, sixthen bales
were received by the Governor Allen, five
by the Mittie Stevens and three by the
Cleons. The Countess on the same-day
took into Vicksburg three bales.
Helena Montana, advises say , the
steamer Success left Fort Benton on the
12th. Several boats wore reported at the
rapids, unable to yet up. The Andrew
Ackley arrived at Fort Benton on the IGth.
The Only Chance, Lucia and Urilda,'are at
Cow Island.. The Mackinaw boats left
Fort Benton on the .17th.
—Says the Cincinnati Gazette: Chas. B.
Lewis, editor of a newspaper published
some where in Michigan, has commenced
suit in the Court of . Common Pleas of this
county, against.the owners of the Magno
lia, for injuries sustained by the explosion
of that stopmer, on which ho was a passen
ger at that time, Ho says ho has been
crippled for Life, and has suffered much
disfigurement besides. He estimates his
damages at .$30,000.
—The Atlantic ad Mississippi Steamship
Company, and .du ide boats, which have
for somo time bee running in common
from St. Louis to ew Orleans under the
name of the Com iromiso Lino, terminate,
that arrangement on the Ist September.
The outside boat —Bismarck, Great Re
public. Mollie Ab e, Commonwealth and
several others, will then form an opposi
tion lino, called the Star Lino. This will
reduce freight -am: passage, and, it is
thought, increase trade.
—The Louisville Journal is responsible
for the following: A couple of good ,fol
lows hailing from Bath Countyißentucky,
were not long since traveling from Mays
ville to Cincinnati on a steamboat. At din
ner Jim got a mouthful of Mashed potatoes
which was evidently too hot for comfort,
for, after rolling the lump from side to aide
for a while, ho quietly let it drop on the
aide of his plate. This proceeding set the
witnesses of it in a giggle, which was in
creased to the most uproarious latighter,
when Jim, after taking a "cooler„" turned
to his partner a dryly .remarked: "I say,
Joe; many a d—n fool would hate swallow
Rivers :and Weather.
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
LOUISVILLE, August 24.—River falling
with three end a half feet of water in the
phannel. Weather cloudy and warm.
ST. Louis, August 24.—Weather clear
The steamer IDA RF.KS No. 2, with all her tackle
and outtlt, In good running order. will be sold at
Public Auction, on the Allegheny Wharf, on SEP
TEMBER. Ist, at Id o'clock P. x.
aul9:u7s H. B. SMITHSON, Auctioneer.
jOS: A. BUTLER,
ALDERMAN AND . POLICE XAGISTRATE,
Office, 126 WYLIE STREET, near Washington,
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages ' Acknowledgments,
Depositions, Collettions, and all other legitimate
business executed promptly. mlOhnO
Ex-Ottielo Justice of the Peace and Polite Magts
ttate. Odice, GRANT STREET, opposite the Ca
thedral, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions, and all Legal Business executed with
promptness . and dispatch. mhl6
EIISTACE S. MORROW,
lII.OPPICIO' JUSTICE OP THE PEACE AND
OFFICE, N 0.73 PENNA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds Bonds Mortiages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions and all Legal Business ex utod with
promptness and dispatch. Mrhi ,
Justice of the Peace,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AGT.
CARSON STREET, EAST BIRMINGHAM.
Collection of Rents solicited and promptly attend
ed to. m 11760
WILLIAM H. BARKER ,
• JUSTICE °FINE PEACE, CONVEYANCER; &C., •
Ocoee, CARSON STREET, nearly opposite the
Railway Depot, SOUTH PITTSBURGH.,
Business entrustett 'to, his care promptly attend
j o S. FERGUSON,
No. 87 Fifth Street,
SZCOI4D FLOOR. Frtowr ROOK. • $p4:WlB
No. 88 FIFTH STREET,
JOHN W. RLDDELL,
°Mee, Ile Diamond Street,
(Omette the Court House,)
rITTSBUR . GH,_PA
No. 99 Diamond Street,
T 1 L
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
No. SO Grant Street.
JOHN A. STRAIN,
- - -
`EX-OFFICIO JU I STICE OF TILE PEACE AND
Office,ll.3 FIFTH STREET, opposite the Cathe
dral, Pittsburghi l'a. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages
Acknowledgmen a, Depositions and all Legal Busi
ness executed with promptness and dispatch.
TAxEs t TAXES
The Tax Payers of the consolidated Clty of Pitts
burgh, are her by notified that the Tax -Books 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 AUDI UST Ist, and the 15th of SEP
TEDIBER, at a
DISCOUNT OF TWO PER CENT.
• From the 15th of SEPTEMBER to the Ist of CC
TOB IC it, all taxes will be payable as assessed. After
the Ist of OCTOBER, FIVE per cent. will be added;
and on the lst of NoVEMRER, all ,unpald Taxes
will be put. Into the hands of Oolleelota WITII THE
uirretEß ADDITION, OF FIVE PER CERT.,
making a - differenee of FIFTEEN ' PER CENT,
between those paying in July and those. paying in
. SiirTbo, SPATE MERCANTILE LICENdES are
noVr due, and should be old on or before the 1:4 of
July,•to save cost and expense of suit.
Jel6:r6s City Treasurer.
TRANSPARENT GREEN OIL
ci,oTIL for Window Shades-superior in
quality and lower in price thou the Hasfern manu
facture. Another large supply of the different
whithsJuat received from factory. •
.1. 11. PHILLIPS
jet.l4 s;t Olsalratro:••
80DA ASH-100 casks in store
4,,10 for sato by .1. E. CANFIELD SON.
?LEATHER BELTING, the best
quality ota Tanni34. , 'ways on bawl at the
owes!, ratos. J. B H. PHILLI2B.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. -
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
ON THE IST DAY OF AUGUST,
LIEGE AID COMMODIOUS WADI:KOWA
No. 45' Wood Street,
Also, entrance on THIRD ST., Nos. 102 and 104
R. E. SELLERS & CO.
THE GREATEST IBICAL DISCOYERY
FOR THE CURE OF
All Diseases Arising from an .Im
pure State of the Blood, such as
Together with all other disorders from an improper
condition of the Circulatory system. As a general
Tonic its effects are most benignant, and cannot
fall to benefit, when used perseveringly and accord
ing to directions. It is-purely a vegetable prepara
tion—not a single grain of mineral poison enters
Into its composition, so that - while It invariably af
fords relief, and effects tne most wonderful cures,
no overdose could injure the most tender infant.
R. E. SELLERS & CO.,
Sellers' Cough Syrup;
Sellers' Liver Pills and \Fermilnge;
Johnson's Rheumatic Compound;
And Boerhave's Holland Bitters;
FOR SALE DT 'ALL DRUGGISTS.
An Infallible remedy for Sommer Complaint, Diar
rhea, Dysentery, Votaltlng, Sour Stomach and
DR. MIS' CRIMP. CARD,
A specific fir Cholera, Cramps and Pain . in the
Stomach, ((female by
Corner of LibertY and Wayne Streets,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
McCOVS VERDITER GREEN,
The only green , paint that will not deteriorate by
exposure. It wilt look better, last longer and give
more perfect satisfaction than any paint in the
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
This first class Hotel will open for the season on
51511). June. Terms, (t 3.10) per day; $.50 per week.
Address H. IL THOSIPnON, Proprietor,
(Formerly of Congress Halt, Cape Island, and Me
tropolitan Lintel, ; Washington; 1). C.)
N. B.—The music will be under the direction of
Mr. CARL BENTZ. 'e2:2:rB7
A NEW SUMMER RESORT.
THE LAKE HOUSE, Stoneboro ,
(On the line of Jamestown Bd, Franklin Railroad,
one hour's ride from Frankilp.) This house Is
large, new and commodious, vvell furnished, has
billiard rooms, ten-pin alleys and covered prome
nades. --It is ou the banks of the most charming
Fairy Lake in America, abounding in fish, and ad
mirable for sailing purposes, surrounded with Sul
phur surings, romantic scenery, ,tc. It is the best
summer resort in the State. Address.
S. T. KNlllNEDY,Proprietor.
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
TEL LYON, _
dealer of Weights and Measnres,
No. 5 FOURTH STREW',
Order.; nmmntly attended to
Always on hand and made, to'ordor
BY W. S. HAVEN,
Bank Book Manufacturer, Printer and Stationer
Cnrnnr Wood and Third Streets.
TORE 11'111100SW SIiADEs, o r
any color and Mae require:l, with border and
lettere In uaaln or)rilt; also the plain Blue, for 'mine
ne m front 3 to 7 teet e, at the ()II eloth
,W e ie ° ro 6 ems, Mb and st. blair attett.
J. a H. I'IIILLIF4
WE REMOVED TO THE
Directly Opposite St, Charles Rotel.
KNOWN TO MAIT.
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
General! Debility, Boils,
Pimples on the. Face,
Sore Eyes, Scald Head,
Loss of Appetite,
Old and Stubborn Ifleers,
ALSO, PROPRIETORS OF
AGIENT'I3 , :-E't:Oß
J. SCHOONMAKER & SON'S
(Between Liberty and Ferry streets.
LEDGERS AND JOURNALS,
CASH AND DRAY BOORS,
TUCK MEMORANDUM BOOKS.
BINDING. of every description. can be
done in the best sty o of tile. art, by
PITTSBURGH and .
On and after THURSDAY, Muth sth, 18£•S
-trains will arrive at and depart from the Depot, COrs
ner of Orant and Water streets, as follows:
Mall to and from Uniont'n. 7:00-A. M. 0:00 P. V.
McKeesport Accomtuodt , n.ll:oo A. m. 2:051'.
Ex. to s.nd from tintont'n. 3:00 P. 31. 10:00 A. ht.
West Newton Accoruniotl'n 4:3lhr. m. 8:35 A. K.
Braddock's Accommodat'n 6:15 r. M. 7:50 P. 31.
Night Aoc. to McKeesport•lo:3o P. xr. 6:40 A. M.
Sunday Church Train to and
from West Newton 1:00 P. M.10:00 L. ft I
For tickets applylt 3
J. B. mice, Agent.
W.B. STOUT _ snperintendent. nahs
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD.
Ontand after WiIDNESDA.Y, 7:25 r. u. August
12th, 1868. TWO TRAINS DAILY will leave-
PittOnrgh Station, corner Pike and Canal atreete,
for Flranklin, Oil City, Buffalo, and all points In the
LRAVEI' ;ARRIVE IN' rirrsninterr.
Mall 8:05 a mMall 4:50 p m
Expre55......:,7:25 D int F.xpress.... .... 0:05 a tut
Brady'6 3:95p ml ft-adys E'dAclo:2o a m
Ist aodaWoiks ' :Ist Soda Works
Accomod'n .. 11:00 am! A e 1.411101/ 11 • 7:50 a tn.
2d boda Works . ;•:oda Works
Accomod'n .. 5:21) npj Accomods•n. 2:50 p m
Mixed Way T'n 6:20 ami'd lava Wu3'l"ii 5:25 p
Hutton Acc`n.. 6:20 a in; Hutton Acc - n.. 3:35 a in
Armstrong Ac.. 6:20p 111
Church Train leave PHI binurith at 1:10 P, M. Ar
rive in Pittsburg): at 9:50 A. Al.
P.ssenicers taking exprc , i train' hart , but one
change of ears bt to ecu l'lttiturgli. Buffalo awl 011
ltvglons. Atali and Express 'trains stop only st
prlm•ipal points. 31Ixed NVay and - Accommodation
tram:, stop at all tnilollS.
_ TKonns At. KING, Ass't. upl.
W FSTRP til.Pr... Tleket, Arent.
IDI TTSBURGI - 1.4.7:-
CINCINNATI AND ST. 1p
PAN ILLNDLE ROUTE.
CHANGE OF TIME.—On and after SUNDAY,
June Zist, .IS6B, trains will leave and arrire at the
Tinton Depot, as follows, rittsburgh time:
Depart. • Arrive.
'Mail Express m. :10 3. m.
Fast Line • 9:40 a. m. 7:15 p. m.
Fast Express 2:10 p. tn. 11:201. m.
Mixed Way 6:10 a. m. 7.05 p. m.
McDonald's Acc`n, No. 1.. 11:40 a. m. 3:05 p. m.
Steubenville Accommod'n. 3:55 p. m. 9:30 a. m.
McDonald's Acc'a, No. 2.. 5:25 p. m. 9:210 m.
SPECIAL NOTIC/L—Sunday Express leaves at 2:10
mornin , arriving in Cincinnati at 6:00 a. Da. the next
The 9: g 4O a. m. Train leaves daily, Sundays ex
cepted, and makes close connections-at Newark for
Zanesville and points on. Sandusky, Mansfield
Newark R. R.
S. F. SCULL, General Ticket Agent.
W. W. CARD, Sup't., Steubenville.
MUG . H POET- WAYNE & CHICAGO R.
W. AND CLBVALANDA PITTSBURGH R. R.
From June 7th, 1868, trains will leave trona
and arrive at the Union Depot, north side, elsy
thee, as follows:
Chicago Ex .... 2:03 a m !Chicago Ex... 2:08 aM.
Cleveland Ex.. 2:03 am ; Cleveland Ex. 2:08 am.
Erie t YgaM'l 7:28 a m !Chicago Ex.— 11:913 a m
Cl. & 6:13 a m Wheeling Ex. 11:08 a m
Chicago Mail.. 6:58 am , St. - Louis Ex.. 3:33 p m
Chic-wix,.. 9:43 a m Ct. & Wh`g Ex 4:38 pm
Cl. &WlrgEx. I:43pm Erie It Yg nEx 6:13 pm
Chicago Ex.... 1:58p in Chicago Ex.... 4:23 p
Wb, &Erie Ex. 4:48 p Cl. & Wh'g Ez 7:08 pna
Depart - from Allegheny.; Arrive in Allegheny.
N. Brigt'n Ac. 8:58 a. m iN. Brigt'n Ac. I 03 ain
Leetsdale " 10:13 ami N. ,13rigtm " 828 ant
" 11:58 aml Wiellaviile ' 863 as
Rochester " 2:23p ml New Castle "1013 a m
Wellsv'e Ace.. 3:43p miLee!.?dale " 913 &la
Leetsdale Ace.. 4:13 pm I " 108 psis
N.'Brigt'n " 5:33 p miN. Brigt`n " 243 p
N. Bliigt'n . 6:28 p m Leetsdale "453 p m
Leetsdale " . 10:43pm, " " 7 28 p M
IQ' 1:58 p. m. Chicago. Express leaves daily.
Alfir 11:23 a. m. Chicam Express arrives daily.
F. R. MYERS, General Ticket Agent.
and after- June. 7th.
rive at and depart from thi
Washington and Liberty ix
Mall Train.... 1:15 aml
Fast Line ' 1:40 aml
No. 1.. 6:20 a ra;
Latrobe_._4.cc'n 7:50 a m
Wall's No. ".. 8:50 am.
Cincinnati Ex. 9:10 ami
Johnstown Ac. 10:35 a m
Baltimore. Ex. 1:00 p
Express 1:20 pm
Wall's N0."3... 2.15 pm
Braddocks No 1 5:50 p to
Wall's No. 4. 7:15 p m
Train 9:30 p m I
The Church Train leaves Wall's Station every
Sunday at 9:15 a. as., reaching Pittsburgh at 10:09
a. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at 12:50 p. m.
and sixties at Wall's Station at' 2:00 p. m.
Cincinnati Express leaves daily. All other trains,
daily except Sunday.
For further information apply to ,
W. 11. BECKWITH, Agent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as
sume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap
parel, and limit their responsibility to One,linndred
Dollars in value. All ,Baggage exceeding that
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner,
leas taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS.
jeB - General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa. •
ESTERN PENN I KIMMX
B AD.--On and atter.May 10th, 1868, the- Pee—
senger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania Rail
road will -arrive at -and depart from the Federal
Street Depot Allegheny City, as follows: -- .‘
• • •
Splingd'e ND 1 6:35 iniMall Depart. -
Freeport Ne. 1 • B:ls'a miFteeport No. 1 8:30 a m
Express 10:15 a tutSharplrg No.111:20 a sa
SharplYg No.l 1:25 m 'Express ' 2:20 pat
Freeport lie. 2 4:10p ittlBpringd'e No l: -3:50-pm
Mall • 5:50 p m Freeport No. 2 '6:081p .m •
Springd'e No 2 ; 1;10 p m Springd , e No 2 0:15 pan
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train, leaves Allegheny Junct;: avail
Sunday at 1:40 a. reaching Allegheny City at
9:50. a. m. Returning, leaves'Alleg - heny - City at
1:20 m. and arrive at Allegheny Janet. at 9:05 , .
*ColortrrATiOtt :Ticnisra—Yer sale in , packages of
Tiventy,between, Allegheny City:Chestnut street,
Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and Sharp:burg.:
and rod only on the trains stopping at Stations spe
. The trains leaving Allegheny City at 6:15 a:.m.
and 1:50 P.Y. make dlrect connection at Freeport
with -Walker') line ofS tages for Butler and Hannahs
town. Through tickets may be purchased at - the
Office, :No. .3 St. Clair street, near the Suspension
Bridge Pittsburgh, . and - ot the Depot, Allegheny.
Yoe hiker information apply to
• JAMES - LEFFERTS, Agent.''
The. Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not,as..
Inane any risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap
parel, and t thel. responsity to One Hundred
Dollars in value. All baggage exceeding this
amount in Value will be at the risk of the owner, 11.11 ,
Less taken by special contract. .
Gerg.-al Sunerintendent, Altoona. Pa.
QMOKIE HlLLa t tamm
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY,
The SHORTEST AND MOST RELIABLE ROME
from the East to all points In
New Mexico, Idaho,
Two Trains leave State Line and Leavenworth
daily, (Sundays excepted.) on the arrival of trains of
Pacific Railroad from St. Louis, and and
St. Jo Railroad front Quincy, connectincr at Law
rence, Topeka and %Vatnego with st4,s for all
points in Kansas. At eud of track west of Ells
worth with the UNITED STATES EXPRESS COM
PANY'S DAILY LINE OF OVERLAND MAIL
AND EXPRESS COACRES FOR
33E111 ATER; SALT T. A TrARt
And all Points in the Territoriet,
And with SANDERSON'S kitILWEEKI , Y LINE of
COACHES for Fort. Union, Bent's Fort, Pass, Albu
Mexico. Santa Fe ! and all points in Arizona and
With the recent additions of rolling !stock and
equipment, and the arrangements made with re
sponsible Overland Transportation Lines from Its
western terminus, this road now offers unequalled
facilities for the transmission of freight to the Far .
Tickets for sale at all the principal Maces in the
United States and Canada,.
Be sure and ask for tickets via THE SMOKY
HILL BOUT4,_ UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY.
General Freight andTleliet Agent.
TO LIVERPOOL AND
QUEENSTOWN - .
TEM INIIAN MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
Numbering sixteen flrst-class vessels, among them
CITY OF PARIS,__ CITY OF ANTWEPP.
CITY OF BOSTON , CITY OF BALTIMORE.
CITY OF LONDON,
Bailing EVERY SATURDAY, from Pier 45, .North
River, Neu* York. For passage or further Inforent• -
Hon apply to
WILLIAM' DINGMAN, Jr.,
70 FIFTY( STRF.ET: (Chronicle
early oppanitc POSt 011 ice, EUTAW* . J
~: ~'^_ !
1808, Tralne will ix-
Union Depot, ,corner
-treete, as follows: • .
Day Express.. 14:25 a m
Wall's No. 1.. 0:30 ala
Mail Train... . 7:50 a ra.
Exl `Cincinnati . 11:40 ain
Wall's No. 2.. 11:51 am
Johnstown Ac. 3:05 p m
Braddocks Nol 4:00 pm
Phila. Expres. 4:50 p
Wall's No. 3.. 5:10 p m
Wall'a No. 4.. 6:15 p m
Fast Line 7:30 pm
Latrobe Acc'n B:50 p
SwLssralelte'n 10:50 p in
J. H. WEBSTER,