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Financial Natters in New York.
Gold Closed at 141%.
(By Telegraph to the rlttsturgti Gazette.l
NEW - YORK, September 5, 1865.
31OXEY AND' GOLD.
Moneyin good supply and easier at 2@3
per cent. on call loans. Sterling quiet and
',steady at 9@9, --- gold, first class bills.
!3old—the market gained strength as the
ay advanced and the price . rok to 144%,
owing in part to the telegram from Wash
ington to the effect that Federal troops had
been sent to Kentucky to protect the Courts,
and, also, that there was an increased prob
ability of the September session of Con
gress; afterwards the price reacted to 144%,
at which quotation tile market closed.
_there is still a large short interest, which
is seen in the dearer lending rates for gold
from day to day.
The Bank statement is more favorable
han was expected. Loans, $271,830,696; in.
Tease 1. , 49,970. Specie, $16,815,778; de
,rea54,5133,330. Circulttion, $34,170,419;
ncrease, 58,280. Depo its, `5207,854,341';
, l ecr ease, $2,480,305. .e,,al tenders, $65,-
183,773; . decrease, $1,773,603.
Governments dull but generally 'steady;
',oupons 'Bl, 1141g114%; do. '64, 113M®
13%; do. '64, 10934@109,,c; do. '65, 11111,@
11%; do. new, 108%@1083i; do. , 67, - .loBg
008%; do. '6B, 108%®108%; Ten-Forties,
avg@lo*. _ •
BORDER STATE. BONDS.
Statabonds steady; Missouris,s92sl®927,l4
)1d Teniessees, 67y 4 g)69; New Tennessee,
7@68; Old North Carolinas, 73(4374; new,
4®73, o 1 Virginias, ,63 1 ;4@55; new, 53%
THE UNION PACIFIC ROAD,
,t a regnlar meeting of the Board of Diree%
Jrs this week, voted $3,000,000 of the first
lortgage bonds to be laid' aside in trust as
ledge d to be spent on culverts and bridges,„
nd on already accepted parts of tile 'road. -
Ale Directors agreed uponcontract with
11r. Boomer, of Chicago, a
for the super.
•:ruction of an iron bidgaover #;tgiEisouri
ver, between ";Omaha and Cmuicirßluffs.,
bridge is to cost a million and a half
ollsrs, probably two millions '
oproaches on the Council Bluffs aide. ' All
ie roads centering , at Council Bluffs are to
ross over it—Rook-Island; Cedit Rapids
iad other roads.
Stock market at the close was heavy and
'liver on New York „roads, but -Arm on
estern. The - advance to-.lay itrati quite
,arked. 'St. Paul, North- Western and
lAtbash are advancing. Express shares
• gher. Miscellaneotts shares dull.
.L:3O PRICES: Canton, 461 , 4454 ; 73i; eumbei
!nd, 26@)32; Wells; Express, 255.ia26X;
.;rnerican, 46@47; Adams,. 50;'4 ® 5l; Uni-
A. States, 47141g48i . .Merchants Union,
• i 34@25; Quicksilver, 2034@21xi Pacific
ail, 102®108; Western Union Telegraph,
X@)3434; New York Central, 125%®12,53.i;
.rie, 4634@46%; do. preferred, 6910170; Hd
;n, 139X (a 140; Reading, 92@92%; Ohio a d
iississippl, 29/®2934: Wabash, 52 34 @53 ;
Paul 83%@83 3 / 4 ; do. preferred.; 881
5. 1 ,; Michigan Central, 1l 81c)119; Michigan
:,,uthern, 85X(0)8.5W; Illinois Central, 14334
144; Pittsburgh,. 87y.i@fiioledo, 1025( 1 ,
110234; Rock Island, 102%©1023;;• North
';stern, 853;@85y 3 k Fort Wayne,, 108 1 ,y©
By,; Hartford and Erie, 22,,g%22,./0 Chi
'go and Alton, 146; Chicago and Great
; . , ..stern, 40; Indianapolis, 80. 4 -
: , .*finingl shares dull. Quartz Hill 92;
hith & Parmlee, 420; .GroSs Talley, 86;
crosse, 31; Montana, 52(4)53. The follow
are the prices of mining stocks at 13os
' to-day: Calumet, 48; Copper Falls, 19;
anklin, 12; Hectai - 75; Hancock; 3; quilv
Me receipts at the. Sub-Treasiuy to.day
ire, §1,464,139i for the week, V 10,453,921.
!yments to-day, 01,836,776; for the week,
,178,282. Balance, t5E17,439,483.
..mports for the week—dry gOods, V2,362,-
R general - merchandise, $2222,091.
• New York'Produce Market.
Telegraph to. the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
•'• 4riw YORK, .Beptemberr. b.--The: Cotton
irket is dull and a Shade - lower; sales - 600
es at 20;ie for middling uplands. 'Flour
be receipts amount to 10,777 bbls; spring
'';eat flour is firmer; 'winter ii;dull at 10a20o
ier; 7,Boo i bbls soltlat sB,2o_fbr ariperfine
ste; western; $8,15a9:10; extra State, e8;25
90; extra western; $10a10,75 4 , white wheat
•';ra, $8,80a11,60:-R.-EL - 04 txtra• andl3t:
e11a14; extra choice do,7.Closinir quiet;
`50a14,50 for good to choice do; California
1 dull and heavy; sales "2,050 sacks at $9;65
- 1 Rye flour is quiet and lower; Sales 200
is at e7a9. Corn Meal Is quiet. Whisky
lull and heavy; sales 100 bbls in, bond at
t. Receipts of WheaCiimorint to '45,321;
zing wheat is a shade firmer; winter is
frer; sales 3,400 bush ats2,o7 for No. 1 and
tiring; mixed at ;2,13; choice No. 1 do
.-,..152,10; new "do g at e2,7Bi' choice amber
,Tte ' $2,32 for new amber . ..Indiana,
• • p for old amber State, 12,50 for white
phigan, and $2,75476 for white Califor
• t Rye heavy , sales 2,800 bush western
.•.91,49a1,63. Barley; nominal; sales 99,067
at e1,22a1,22% for sound mixed west
l.. Oats; receipts 62,634 bush; clower;'
bs 43,000 busif at 810 for western in store,
0 afloat, 68a723,c for new do, 74c for old
1 new do mixed. Rice dull. Coffee in
-"," request; sales 1,200 bags Rio on private
!pis. Sugar quiet; sales 250'hhds Cnba at
; :ilall34c. Molasses quiet. Hops firm at
.N . loc for new crop. Petroleum dull at 15
No for crude, and 31a31%e for refined
lded. quiet. Leather; Hemlock
,e) active at 24a25c for Buenos Ayres and
Grande light and middle weights arid
for heavy do. -Wool firm
.:.fiin fair demand; sales 960,000-
nds at 42%a65c for domestic fleece,
:119- for pnlled; 52a55 for tubbed. Pork
• 4,1; sales of 1,200 bbls, at $28,80a28,95 for
closing at e 28,90 regular; $28,75 for
< Wo; $23,50a24,25 for prime, and $25,50a
.•;Si for prime mess. .Beef steady; sales
'75 bbls, at e11a20,50 for new plain mess
1324,75a25,50 for . new extra', mess.
• :bye Beef dull, at $21a33 for prime mess
$30a36 for India mess. Beef 'Hams
at $25a31. Cat Meats steady; sales of
4pkgs, at 13y s al4c for shoulders and 16a
ic for hams. - Middles firm and quiw;
is of 60 boxes; Cumberland cut 15%a160.
;d firmer and ...active; sales of 1.050
=l-2es, at 19a20e - for steam, chiefly 193.1 a
and 20a20%c for" kettle rendered; also
,;0 tierces of steam at 200 tor buyers for
..nember, and 19,ic for sellers to and in
, October,'and 15Mo for sellers for
nary. Butter quiet, .at 31038 e for. Ohio
• 37a43c for State. Cheese steady at 13a
wriwr.—Flour closed irregular and un
_led; winter wheat brands dull •and de
'l.fig; spring brands scarce and wanted
fill prices. Wheat quiet and very firm
spring, and Anil and heavy for winter.
d nll and heavy at $1,47a1.55 for west
rf, Oats quiet and-steadyfor old at 81c
ore, and 830 afloat; the market is dull
iheavy for new at 88a700 at railroad de
-1 and 71a72c afloat. Pork quiet and
iy at $28,90 for mesa, cash and regular.
steady and in limited demand. Cut
its quiet and onehanged. Dawn' quiet
;firm, with a limited supply. Lard firm
14;a2iSc for far tofitime steam rendered.
• at 25a26e. : , Freights to Liverpool
It and steady. ':Metal abeetings and
ier unchanged; Ingot dull at 2.3 1 xe for
,age, Lake and :Detr. it; 23%02350 for
iron quiet and firm at 113: bar do quiet
i; sheet do steady at 12,fa1314c for Rus-
Naila in fair request at sasy, t e for cut,
• 77a30c for horse shoe.
St. Louts Cattle Market.
elegraph4o the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
Louis, September s.—Cattle are
ty and better grades are firmer, and
+s range at Oa6, gross.
By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette
CIIICAOO, Sept. 5.:-.Flour market with.
out decided change and in limited demand;
sales spring extras at $7,50a9,50, and spring
superfine 1f5,50a13;75. Wheat in fair milling
and speculative demand, with a slight de
cline; sales No. 2 spring at $1,60a1,61, clos
ing at $1,60a1,60%; N0..1 sold at $1,66a1,68
and after the change in tho market steady
at $1,60M for - No. 2. Corn quiet .and the
demand less active, with the prices lal ;o
lower; sales of white at 97e99c; No. 1963,a
97V i c, closing at 96y,a97c; closing this after
noon sales were made at 97a9714c. Oats is
moderately active but unsettled; sales at
5134a52,7 4 c for Nos. 1 and 2; closing with
buyers at 52V,,c. Rye in good demand with
a decline of 134a2c, closing with sellers at
$1,234.• Barley in active speculative de
mand at an advance of 2%a3c, closing at
$1,6635a1,67 for No." in store. Mess pork
a shade firmer, with sales at $29,50. Lard
firmer at 1830183,c, closing' with holders
asking 19c. Dry salted shoulders sold at
TalloW quiet at 1234a123;c. Freights
quiet, with engagements at 7a7%c for oats,
and 8a834e for corn. Hogs dull and 10a15c
lower on the best, and 20a25c on common
grades. Receipts-13,082 bbls flour, 130,132
bu wheat, 15 255 bu corn, 108,850 bu oats,
5,272 live hogs. Shipments-11,604 bbls
flour, 129.188 bu . wheat, 215,942 bu eorn,
95,508 bu oats.
St. Louis Market.
[By Telegraph to the Plttshurgh Gazette.l
ST. Louis, September s.—Tobacco is qu'et
and unchanged. Cotton is held at 29e for
middling. Hemp, choice undressed sold
at $1,60a1,70, and dressed at $2,40i2,45.
Flour is steady with a good inquiry for
low grades of superfine at $6a6,75 arid a lit
tle better, but cicsed. heavy at yesterday's
prices. Wheat; prime to choice red fall
sold at $1,85a2,30, and fancy lots at $2,22Xa
2,32; spring sold at $1,45a1,55 for, prime to
fancy. Corn; there is nothing doing, .and,
:the. ~the only sales made were at:private terms.
Oats are' in better demand at 52a57c. • Bar-
'ley is buoyant for best. qualities, prices
ranging at $1,85a2,50 for spring. Rye is
firm , anti higher at $1,17a1,20. Pork is in
active at* $0,65. Bacon is unchanged at
133‘c for shoulders, 161,ic fer clear rib sides,
1714 c for , clear sidee, -- and 200 for choice au
a•ft cured , hams. • Lard is firm, at 1834a18Mc
for tierce,' and 19%e for keg, Whisky is in
demand at $1,25. Receipts- or -_the. past.
twenty-four hours were 4,800 barrels flour,
11,000 bushels wheat, 340 bushels corn,
.14,800 bishels oats, 2,100 bushels rye, and
5,000 bushels barley. .
• Buffalo Market.
tBT TelecrAth to the Pltisburab Gazette.l
BriFi•tax), September 5.--.Recelpts—liour
6,000 bblsi wheat 27,000 bu; corn 52,000 bu;
oats 40,000 bu; barley 18,000 btt. Shipments
—wheat 45,000 bu; corn 92,000 bu; oats 50,000
tin; rye 16,000 bu. Freights--a heat 15y0;
corn 13c; oats 9al4c to New York. Flour is
very dull and unchatiged; Wheat—buyers
and sellers wide apart, closing with sales
of. 7,500 bu No. 2 Milwaukee at $1,98. Corn
dull and closed at 2c lower; sales 50,000 bu
at 81,10, partly No. 1. O ats dull and de
clining; sales 26,000 bu at 64c; 15,000 bt; at
60c; no buyers at the close. Rye nominal
at §1,40a1,45c. Barley dull; sales 5,000 bu
Canada at 81,72. Mess pork asking 50c ad
vance at 830,50 for heavy. Lard asking
20)4c. klighwines dull at $1,30.
CB7 Telegraph to the Pitpsbarett Uazette.l
MEMPHIS, Sept. s.—Cotton scarce at 28o;
receipts four bales; exporti twelve bales.
Flour s6al3. Wheat $2. Corn 80a85c. Oats
600 in store. Hay s2oa. Brap 200.1 c.
Corn meal $4,20. I and 19a20c. Pork $3O.
Bacon dull; shoulders 13%c; clear sides
-173,it18c; •:Receipts of Tobacco meagre;
dull at s7al4„._ for lugs to medium leaf.
Wheat $2.2,50. Flour; superfine $6,75a7;00.
Cora;Bsa9o6. Oats 45a50cS 'Rye $1,25a1.30.
Pork; mess $29. Lard 1814 c. Bacon; shoul
ders 13X0, clear rib sides 16%c; clear sides
17X,c. Bulk shoulders 12%c; clear sides
Whisky; raw free $1,27a1,70.
IMPORTS By RAILROAD.
CLEvELAINID AND isisukcaß RArL-
ItoA.1), September 5. cars iron ore,
Shoenberger it Blair; 12 cars pig iron, 3do
blocems, Nimick & Co; 1 car lumber, James
McMastets; 1 dodo, RA Clark & Co; 2 cars
scrap iron, Stone & Doolittle;' 1 car blooms,
John Moorhead; 1 car tile and brick Bis
sell A Co; 210 sks oats, S R Patterson h Co;
11 bbls oil, B L Fannestock. & Co; 29 billets
iron, Singer, Nimick. & Co; 27 do do, Park,
Bros & Co; 16 do do, Coleman, Rehm &
Co; 12 bbls copper, T M Howe; 34 aka oats,
W J Meek; 11 rolls leather, ti N Hoffstott;
5 bbls apples, H Riddle; 2 Las soap, P Pat
rick; 17 - bbls cider ' , Woodworth A Dand
'iiiin; 5 lciPi oatmeal, L J Blanchard; 7 bbls
do,C H Moreledge; 3do do, B A Fahne
stcck, Son& Co; 201 eke oats, Culp dr Shep
-ard; 49 sks oats, 28 do rye, 6 do barley,
-Brown & Williams; 30 do oats, Meanor &
Harper; 2 kgs butter, 2 bbls eggs, W Har
rison; 3 eke 'flaxseed, 1 bx beeswax, T C
Jenkini; 6 xolls leather,WF McLatuchlin;
3 bbls - eggs , Atwell, Le & Co; 20 boxes
cheese, E Heazleton; 1 car middlings, J W.
Simpson; 56 bgs oats, Mcßane & Anjer; 1
car lumber, J Baldinger; 2 bbls eggs, R
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE AND CHICAGO
'RATLaOAD.. September 5.-20 cars metal,
Nitrfick & Co; 11 do do, Jas Wood, Son & Co;
Bdo do, Bryan & Canghey; 16 bags seed,
Keil drlitchart; 5 bbls spirits, Shipton &
Wallace; 10 bbls whisky, J Adler & Co; 2
do spirits, J McCullough; 100 tea lard, EH
Myers & Co; 100 bbls flour, D Wallace; 300
do, Watt, Lang & Co; 1 car barley,Pier,
Dannals &Co; 100 bbls flour, McCure &
McKee; 100 do do, owner; 10 bbls alcohol, 5
do gin, Littler& Mechling; 2 cars
R Knox Jr; 1 car wheat, J S Lig
gett & Co; 180,bgs rye, W J Meek; 40 bbls
potatoes, Bricker & Co; 2 cars ice, J Sny
der; 210 green hides, 12 bolls do, D Chest
nut ,St. Co; GO sits middlings, 69 do potatoes,
10 tubs butter, H Rea Jr; 25 bxs cheese, J B
Canfield & Son, 4 pkgs tobacco, MeGinniss
"dt Co; 100 bbla flour, owner; 100 do do,
Seghmyer &-Voskamp; 12 ske rags, Knox
&Orr. ' 30- bbls flour, Bricker & Co; 13 sks
rags, McElroy & Harrison; 37 bdls broom
handles, W - Maidorf; 25 bbls • flour, S S
Marvin; 83 aks rags, McCullough, Smith
PITTSBURGH, CrNOINNATI AND ST. LOUIS
RAILROAD, September 5.-10 hhds tobacco,
W D Rinehart; 100 bbls flour, Watt Lang
& Co; 66 bdls green bides, A Holsteins; 10
tea lard, S S Marvin; 25 bbls whisky, J S
Finch do Co; 10 tea lard,•W B Hays & Son;
.50 do hams, 25 do lard, J H Parker; 10 hhds
shoulders, M M Friend; 3 cars corn, D
Wallace; 5 boxes • books, A D Glenn; 15
cases tobacco, P H McKenna; 2 . pligs do R &
- W Jenkinson; 6do do, L J Blanchard; 20
boxes candles, BC& J H Sawyer; 1 car
hams, F Sellers & Co; 1 car corn, Culp &
Shepard; 1. car ltunber, S S Johns; 240 sks
malt, 3 do barley, Thomas Collins; 160 sks
oats, H Schnelbach; 7 sits scraps, L Straus;
24 kegs 12 tubs butter, 3 bbls apples, W
Graff & Co; 26 sks wheat, Gilmore Strailb &
Co; 8 sks wheat, W Espy: 40 eks corn, 6 do
rye, Robh &Herroil; 9 boxes graties,Meanor
& Harper; ?5 labia whisky, J S Finch &, Co.
ALLEGHENY .VALLEY RAILROAD. Sep
tember s.—i car metal, Lyon Shorb & Co; 1
do, do, H Woodsides; Ido stone, Hender
son, Alexander Ec, Co: 9 cars railroad iron,
Pitts Fort Wayne & Q RR; 2 cars stone,
Hesslck & Co; 12 sks rye, Scott &Gisal; 2
pkgs eggs, J W Grime; 2 cases stone, L
Wallace; 9 rolls leather, 5 bdls sheep pelts,
W Flacons & Son; 13 pkgs potatoes, J N.
ALLEoirmrr •STATtox, September 5.-
3 sits seed, T 11 B Itten; 1 bag coffee, 2 do
ra ga, Hoban & Bro; 8 bbla app'es,-11 & A
Carson: 50 .bbls flour; Stewart & Langen
heirn; bpi rags, Godfrey & Clark; 2 cars
flaxseed, Bwer, laamiltbn & Co; 102 bags
malt, Geo Gerst; 1 car lumber, Taggart
Wilson; 40 sks fit:tor, Voeghtly& , KOpp. ,
rrsnu u -AND UONNF. LL.4VI i.r.E,
RAILROAD, September 5.-16 rolls leathor,
Lappo Weise et Co: 12 bbls flour, Gay sc
Welsh; 1 car metal, YOugh Iron It:Coal Co;
21.9 bones window glass, Michaels It & Co,
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1868
New Orleans Market.
al Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.
NEW Our.Ents, September s.—Cotton
quiet and steady; m i d d l ings 27c; sales, 268
bales; recellits,, 465 bales. Sterling 156 a
1573 g. New York Sight Exchange par to,
y, premium. Gold 143 g. Sugar nominally
uncbanged; the stock of Cuba sugar in
first hands Is about 5,000 hhds. Molasses
neglected. Flour easy; , superfine . s7,2s;
treble extra, $8,50a10,50; . choice, $ 11,25.
Corn steady at $1,07a1,12. Oats 65e. • Bran
firm at $1,30. Hay $21a26. Pork 830,50.
Bacon dull; shoulders 13Xa14c; clear sides
18e. Lard easy; tierce 19e; keg 22e.
illy Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gizette.l
TOLEDO, Septemb:r s.—Receipts-2,730
bus barley. Shipments '
1,500 bbls of flour;
28,846 bus wheat; 6,576 bus corn; 23,092
bus oats; 11,005 bus rye; 800 bus barley.
Fldur dull. Wheat white steady; amber
and spring lower; white Wabash, 1 82,20;
white Michigan, $2,1334; amber, $2,03M;
No. 1 spring, $1,73; No. 2 do, $.1,63a1,64;
amber seller for September, $2,032,03m.
Corn dull, held $1,03 1 ,4 for No. 1. , Oats a
shade lower, for No. 1 57c., Rye steady:
No. 1 $1,30; Michigan $1,30; No. 2 $1,25.
'Freights hardly so firm, 6 to.Butlhlo; 10 to
'CBY Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l.
'MILWAUKEE. Sept. b.—Flour dull and
lower; choice Minnesota $8,750,00; choice
Wisconsin and lowa $8.12a8,37; medium
$7,75. Wheat active and lower at $1,69 for
No. 1 and $1,59 for No. 2. Oats dull at 53
for No. 2. Corn firm at 9S for No. 2. 1 Re
ceipts-20,000 bairels Flour; 9,700 bushels
Wheat; 1,000 bushels Oats; 3,000 bushels
Corn. Shipments-8,000 barrels Flour;
7,300 bushels Oats; 300 bushels Corn,
(By Telegraph to the rpteburgh Gazette., II
PILILADELPEIA 7 Sept. s.—Petroleurn ir
regular; Crude 21; Refined 30%a31, Flour
dull, favors buyers; North-western extra
family, $9a11,00, Ohio do, $11a12,00; fancy
412,50a14,00. Wheat dull and price nomi
mat and barely maintained; sales of good
,and prime red at $2,25a2,30; amber $2.30a
2,35. Rye $1,60. Corn held firmly; sales
5,000 bushels yellow at $1,32; mixed west
ern $1,28a1,30. Oats 67a75. Provisions un
CPT Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.,
BALTIMORE, September s.—The market
is unchanged. Flour Is weak. Wheat is
firmer and steady. Oats and Rye are dull,
Corn is steady. Provisions tirm.
—Capt. James Good has sold barge No.
37, at St. Louis, to the Mississippi Valley
Transportation Company for $5OO.
--The Steamboat 'agency firm at Mem
phis, of Levy ek, Miller, was dissolved on
the first inst. Capt. Levy withdraws and
assueiates himself with Mr. J. B. Sharpe,
late of Pine Bluff.
—A St.Lortis exchange says: Three trans
portation lines are now candidates for
through New Orleans business—the Atlan
tic and Mississippi Steamship Company,
and the towboat Atlantic and her three
barges. The latter made a trip in the M.
V. line, but now goes alone.
—Capt. Charles Muhlman on Thursday
purchased of the Louisville Mail Line
Company the fine steamer Major Ander
son, and will put her in the place of the
Potomac, recently burned between Cin
cinnati and Wheeling, as soon as the water
permits. Terms of sale private.
—A Louisville telegram says: The snag
boats are lying at Cairo, instead of being at
work removing obstructions. Gen. Weit
zel is here surveying the falls, preparatory
to making one or more wing darns, instead
of improving the canal. It appears that
the Congressional appropriations are for
river improvements, and not a dollanis to
be used toward making the canal navi
—The Cincinnati Enquirer, of Friday,
says: The sub-municipal committee ad
vise the appropriation of means as deiired
by the, citizens committee to defray the ex
penses of Cincinnati in part with other
cities interested in the -improvement of
western river navigation. $lO,OOO is the
sum asked Of Cincinnati, about 86,000 of
Pittsburgh. $5,000 of Louisville, 12,000 of
Cairo. and thii same amount of the smaller
towns on the Ohio, making in all an ap
propriation of $25,000 for the occasion.
—The Gallipolis Journal says: The Al
lena May entered the Gallinolis and Has-
Yellville trade as a .daily packet. Captain
Simmers,' of the Kanawha, since he as
sumed command of the Kanawha, on the
Ist of November last, has taken from the
mines at Coalburg 1,200,000 bnshels. All
this has been done without accident.
Captain John O. Carr. clerk of the Annie
Laurie, met with a severe accident by be
ing caught by a falling fender, His right
ear was partially torn from the head, the
side of his head and face badly bruised,
and a pretty sevelie cut in the leg. Under
the circumstances, his escape from instant
death was miraculous.
—The Cairo correspondent of the Cincin
nati Commercial, writes as Tollows: The
Petroha Is at work pulling snags near
Cumberland Island. It is a great pity the
_Long and Abert are lying so long idle at
Mound City at a time when the rivers are
at so favorable a stage of removing snags.
As it is alleged, they are kept there on
account of sickness, ;I think it would be
advisable to have efficient medical officers,
well supplied with medicines, to be ap
pointed to each snagboat, and the push the
work with energy. If a crew becomes sick,
secure anotbee. The low water season is
always the sickly season, and, if the boats
are to be laid up on that account, we must
pronounce them a failure, Prompt medi
cal aid on board the J. J. Abort might pos
sibly have saved the life of her comman
der, the lamented Captain Dodson. as ho
could not obtain the services of a physician
until he arrived at Cairo—some days after,
he was attacked by disease.
Elvers and Weather
By Telegraph to the Pittibargli liarette.;
LOUISVILLE, September 4.—The river is
stationary with three and a half feet of
water in the canal. Weather clear and
ST. Louis, September 4.—Weather clear
and pleasant at 5.15 r.
f ItIATTER OF THE AP-
Germania Building and Loan Association
FOR. A CIIARTER OF INCORPORATION
No. 1,002 In the Court -P:Pf Common Pleas of Alle
In the above ePse the Petitioners have applied for
a Charter as a Building and Loan Association, an
der the statute In such case made and provided, and
unless exceptions be ill d In Proper time a Charter
will be granted at next termer said Court.
aribilms ON, •
au25;v2.5 . , Solicitor for Petitloneri.
OFFICE or tATY--10INILINI AND ' SuRVOTR, tt
Ylttsburgb, August 24,•1806.
N OTICE.—The Assessment for
Orading, raving and Curbing
SM A LIM AN STREET,
From Morton to Clymer street, is now ready. for
ensmination, and can be seen at, this °dice until
VICKI:WAY, tecptemher 3d, 1868. when it
be returned to the city 'rreasurcr'sOnlee for col
cACE LEATIIEIC, rages Pat= -
ent, for •aal.- Liolevale and retail, at M 6 wid
HL Clair atl
J el J. & IL PHILLIPS,
INSURANCE - COMPANY,
OF ALLEOMY, PA.
Office In Franklin &wings Biulk Buildings,
No. 43 Ohio St., Allegheny.
A HOME COMPANY, managed by Rectors well
known to the
.i ;nimnni.ty, who trust y fair.dealing
to merit a sha of your patronage.
i i Fir sec e l i t i v il ary ezat..
GEO. D. RIDDLE
Henry Irwin, ID. L. Patterson, He (fend&
Geo. R. Itiddle, 'Jacob Franz Got Mil) Fats,
Simon Drum, lJ. B. Smith, ' Jae b Rush,
W. M. Stesnrt, Ch. P. Whiston, Jos ph Craig,
Jos. Lantner, H. J. Zinkand, Je ah Kama.
OP THE CITY OP ALLEG:I
office, In ALLEGHENY. TRUST
W, W. MARTIN
JAS. E. STEVENSON. Secretary.
A. H. English IH.H.P.WllliamaiJn kompson
Jno. A. Myler, rJas, Lockhart, Jo , . blvers,
Jas. L. Graham, l'Roht, Lea, C. . oyle,
Jno. Brown, Jr. Geo. Gerst, Jacob Kopp.
WESTERN INSURANCE CO/11.
. PANY OF PITTSBURGH. '
ALEXANDER NIMICK, President.
WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
CAPT. GEORGE NEELD, General Agent.
Office, 93 Water - street, Spang Co.'s Ware.
house, up stairs, Pittsburgh.
WIII lit:ure against all kinds of. Fire- and Marine
Risks. A home Institution, managed by Directors
who are well known to the community : and *hoar* .
determined by promptiess and liberality to MUD ,
tam the character whfch they have assumed; as of
tering the best protection to those who desire to- be
Alexancier JOnn IL McCune, '
R. Miller, Jr., Cluc. J. Clarke,
James McAuley, William S.
Alexander Speer,, Joseph Kirkpatrick,
Andrew Ackiett; ' Philip Reymer, Kirkpatrick ,
M. Long, Wm. Morrison, .
D. Ihmsen. nor
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBURGH,
OFFICE, No. 16734 WOOD STREET, BANS OF
COMMERCE BUILDING. - •
This is a Home Company, and imam ardnat Ida
by Fire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER, President. .
C. C. BOYLE, Vice President.
ROBERT PATRICK, Treasurer.
HUGH MCELHENY. Secretary.
J. C. W Lappe,
• J. C.' Fielner,
John , Voegtley,
A. Ammon. •
_ _ _
C. C. Boyle,
Jae. IL 'Hopkins,
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRIL
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA,
OFFICE, 435 .1 437 CHESTNUT BT., Naas btu
Charles Jr. Reuniter, ' Mordecai H. Louis
Tobias Wagner, David 8. Brown,
Samuel Grant, Isaac Lea,
Jacob R. Edward C Dale r
eorge W. Richards, George - Fales.
CHARLES G. RANCHER, President.
EDW. C. DALE, Vice President.
W. C. STEELE, Secretary,pro tem.
J. GARDNER COFFIN, North AGENT,
West corner Third and Wood Stsoeta.
A LLEGMENT INSURANCE COM.
PANT OF PITTSRURGIL - -
OFFICE, No. 37 FIFTH STREET, BANK Bi.otut
Insures against all kinds of Fire and Marine Risks.
JOHN IRWIN, JR., President:
JOHN D. McCORD, Vice President.
C. G. DONNELL. Secretary. -
CAPT. WM. DEAN. General Agent..
D/EXCTOIIB : .
Crpt. Wm. Dean,
B. L. Fahnestock
W. 11. Everson,l
Robert H. Davis,
Capt. J: T. Stockdale.
John !min, Jr.,
John U . McCord,
T. J. Hosklnson,
PEOPLES' INSURAIVCE COM. ,
OFFICE, N. E. CORNER WOOD d FIFTH STS.
A Home Company, taking Fire and Marine Maim
John Z. Parks,
Capt. James Miller,
Wtn. Van Kirk, •
James D. Verner
WM. PHILLIP 9, P
W. .)EIN WATT Ice
rr. JAS. wets
Capt. John L. Rhoads,
Samuel P. Shricer,
Jared M. Brush,
Wm. F. Lanricg,
N. (leneral Agent
The Tax Payers of the consolidated City of Pitts
burgh, are herby notified that the Tax Books are
now In the hands of the City Treasures, ready for
Taxes and Watei Routs paid between the Ist of
JUNE and the let of AUGUST. wlll be received at a
DISCOUNT OP FIVE PER CENT,
And between AUO UST lat, and the lath of SEP
TEMBER, at a
.'DISCOUNT OF TWO PER CENT.
From the 15th of SEPTEMBER to the Ist of OC
TOBER, all taxes will be payable as assessed. After
the Ist of OCTOBER, FIVE - per cent. will be added;
and on'the Ist of NOVEMBER, all unpaid Taxes
will be put into the bands of Collectors WITH THE
NIMTHER ADDITION OF FIVE PER CENT.,
making a difference of FIFTEEN PER. CENT,
between those paying in July and those paying in
.WirThe, STATE MERCANTILE LICENSES are
now'due, and should be NM on or before the Ist of
July, to save cost and expense of suit.
FW. C. FELD & CO., ,
GLUE, CURLED HAIR,
Tanners' Smits, Ceroons, Cattle Tails,
BONES, NEAPS FOOT OIL, &C.
OAlee and Waiebouee, No. 335 LIBERTY BT.,
3d door from Wayne,
Steam Engines for, Sale.
GM/V-4, n ratilio 1 n e er cylinder., "land S STEAM
inch stroke, with all the fixtures
FOR BORING OIL _WELLS.
Addreis HUGH 11. BOLE & CO.,
auartS4 Duquesne Way, Pittsburgh, Ps.
RAIN PIPE.-HALL &ADAM"
Al. SUPERIOR ARTICLE or
sizes, from one to twenty-four Inches at WEL
DON & KELLY'S, agents for manufacturers, 147
Wood street; between Fifth ant Slzth streets.
McDONALD . ALLEY.
Notice Is hereby given that the Viewers' Re
port for 0 hi •DONALD ALLEY, Sixth
ward, Allegheny City, h•s been filed at No. 291,
Nov. Tenn, DiOS, District Court, for confirmation.
J. C. NeCOMBS, Solicitor.
Notice hereby given that the Vlevrerat Re
port In the matter dr WIDENING hterAIMEN
STREET, Eighth var.!. Allegheny City, has been
Med at No. 303, , November Term , ,186 e, District
Court, for CoutirmatiOn.
J. V. MeCOSlßS:Solleitor.
OFFICA OF t..TONTHOLLicit OF ALLZOIIENT'UO..
Pi? BUUILOII , Auglbt iSlith, 1868. -
N 4: (7 Se ptember i Ir i tlll3 D P. 3. 11 1 . : .—'
eicze T. RONI/9,lsui oyaillesheny a II I, ty, A lTy
Ic u p
f ,T . TO ; B
lA, 1863, In payment of bounty to Volunteers;
will he i*deem.don p e•matittlort W title °Mee. '
1 WereW on these bonds will calm November Ist,
HENRY LA MBERT, dontroner
P ERRY STREET.
Notice fa hereby given that the Report.ol View-
ers f r tirEN ING PERRY di 1 , EVI., City of Alto
rl 6g, Dist elne.ll4, 4 l l '.l'L.Vrlnatoovn!'nbu' Term.
J G. iIicCOMBS, City Solicitor.
J. L. DILLLNGEX
BILLDIGER & STEVENSON,
No. 87 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Att ktrula, of Country Produce.
AD 'orders for Merchandise promptly filled. 'at
LOWEST market rates. Particula attention given
to the sale of Butter. Fggs, Cheese, Dried Fruits,
&c, We feel confident that we can give entire sat
isfaction, by making (WICK SALES and rnoltrT RE.
TURWS. at HIGHEST MARKET PRICES, and therefore
reauectfully solicit your consignments. All corre
spondence answered promptly. Marking Plates
furnished free. Grain in store and to arrive daily.
WATT, LANG & CO.,
Groceries, Flour. Grain, Produce, Pro.
visions, Fish, Cheese, Carbon 011. ac.,
Nos. 172 and 174 WOOD BTREET,-near Liberty
street. Pittsburgh, Pa. n08:n55
J. B. CANFIELD A. T. CANFIELD.
orIL CANFIELD & SON, COM
• MISSION MERCHANTS, and Wholesale
eaters In Goshen, Factory.
,Hamburg and W. IL
- Cheese, Butter, Lard, Poi IL, Bacon, Flour, Fish,
Dried Fruit, Grain, Pig Lead, Pot, Pearl and Soda
Ashes, White Lime. Linseed, Lard, Coal and Car
bon Oils, No. 141 First street. Pittsburgh.
STEELE & SON,
AND DE.A.LEES IN
FLOUR, GRAIN. FEED. eke.
No. 95 OHIO &TREE'', near East Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
JAMES B. MICANOII JOE. HAZPER
MEANOR & HARPER, _
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PRODUCE
3E9 LIBERTY STREET, FMBI3I7BOE. ,
Itairzasgcse—J. G. Martin, Cashier Mechanics'
National Bank; J. B. Dilworth k, Co., B. T. lien
nedy & 8r0.ja81:124
PETE& KEIL ' JAB.. F. mown.
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS ;
ARD DLALMIIB llt, .
?LOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL PEED, &a, &c.,
349 Liberty St., Pittsburgh,
my24:b37 , • : •
T - 3. BLANCHARD,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 390 PENN STREET
ALZX. X' DANZ • J. B. AINT3I..
McBANE & •ANJER,
- - - -
Dealers In PLOGR, GRAIN and PRODUCE GEN
ERALLY, No. 141 WATER 13TREET, above
Smlthfleld,Flttaburgn. ;•• •• led
FETZER & JMNSTRONG,
FORWARDING AND 001AIDD8ION NEBORARTB,
For_the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard, Butter,
Seeds, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, No. 31.6
MARKET !STREET, corner of First, Pittsburgh.
JOHN 1. HOUSE EDW. HOUSE W.H. H. HOUSE.
JOHN I. - HOUSE , & BROS. Suc
cessors to JOHN I. HOUSE & CO., Wholesale
rovers and' Commission Merchants, Corner of
Smithfield and Water Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa.
RIDDLE, No. 183 LIBERTY
STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa. — , Commission Mer
e ant and Wholesale Dealer in Country Produce,
Groceries and Pittsburgh Manufactures. cash ad
vanced on Consignments, and paid for Produce gen
ROWS. KNOX ANDREW XNOX.
RIKNOX & SON, - COMMISSION
L .XIERCHANTS and dealers In FLOUR, GRAIN
FEED and PRODUCE GENERALLY, No.
79 DIAMOND, opposite City Hall, Allegheny City.
LITTLE, BAIRD & , PAT'rtllll,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants and
lers introduce , Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Flab,
Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glasti, Cotton
Yarns and all Pittsburgh Manufactures generally,
1151 and 114 SECOND STREET. Pittsburgh.
JOHN El H MHOS f........ e..• ...A WALLACH.
SALE 0 RACERS AND PRODUcE DEALERS,
0. 6 SIXTH•STREET. Pittsburgh. 1a12:r58
JOS. A. BUTLER,
A.LDEREAN AND POLICE MAGISTRATE.
Office, 126 WPLIE STREET, near Washington,
Deeds Bonds Mortgages, Acknowledgments.
Leggio e t x us e ,g t o e ieetlz; h rd all other legitimate
Ex-Officio Justice of the Peace and Pollee Magis
trate.. Mace,- GRANT STREET, opposite the-Ca
-Deeds Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions, and all Legal Business executed with
promptness and dispatch.. • mta6
IMUSTACE S. MORROW,
EX-OFFICIO JTISTICE 'JP THE PEACE AND
OFFICE, N 0.73 PENNA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds Bonds Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions and all Legal Business executed with
promptness and dispatch. my'a
_-Justice of the Peace,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE df, INSURANCE AGT,
CARSON STREET, EAST BIRMINGHAM.
Collection of Rents solicited and promptly attend
ed to. ray3:y6o
WILLIAM H. BARKER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, CONVEYANCER, &C,,
0 ce, CARSON STREET, nearly opposite the
Ra lway Depot, SOUTH PITTSBURtiII. •
witness entrusted to Ms care promptly attend
ed o. myl:yBl_
ir • S. FERGUSON,
SECOND FLOOR. FRONT ROOM
JOHN W. RIDDELL,
Offiee,ll6 Diamond Street,
(Opposite the Court House,
W . A. LEWIS,
No. 90 Diamond. Street•,
ILT. C. lIIACKRELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
No. 80 Grant Street,
JOHN A. STRAIN,
Ax.a33l4t4Azi - ,
EX-OFFICIO JUSTICE OF , THE PEACE AND
• POLICE 31AOISTEATE.
OtacealNi FIFTH STREET, opposite the Cathe
dral, Pittsburgh, rm.; Deeds, }Muds, Mortgagee
Acknowledgments, Depositions and all Legal Busi
ness executed with promptness and dispatch.
No. 913:FIFTII STREET,
CORN MEAL, RYE FLOUR, &c.
— N. ear Pittsburgh Grain Elevator
Manufacturer or CORN MEAL RYE FLOUR and
cIiOPPEI) FEED. Orders delivered In either city
freo of charge. Urain of all kluda shopped. and
Corn abetted. on short notice.
A. E. STEVENSON
RECEIVE AND SELL
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
No. 87 Fifth Street,
CONNELLEWILLE R. R.
On and after THURSDAY, March 'sth, 1868
trains will arrive at and depart from the Depot, cOfs
ner of Grant and Water streets, D S
epar s follows :
Mall to and from Unlont'n. 7:00 A. N. 6:00P. X.
McKeesport Accommodt , n.ll4oo A. M. 2:05 P. M.
E. to and from Untont'n. 3:00 P. 51. 10:00 A. 31.
West Newton Accornmod'n 4:301r. 2d. 8:35 A. 2.
Briddock's Aceommodarn 6:15 P. N. 7i50 P. Y.
Night Ace. to Me l iccsport.lo:3o P. Y. 0:40 A. At.
Sunday Churoh Train to and West 8rewt0n........ 1:00 P. X. 10:00 A. X
Por tickets apply b
W. B. STOUT, SuperintendJ.lt; KING, Agen t
CHANGE. of TlME.au t.. .
~I.EGEIENY VALLEY RAILROAD.
On and after WEDNESDAY, 7:25 P. will ugust
12th. 1865, TWO TRAINS DAILY leave
Pittsburgh Station, corner Pike and Canal streete,
for Franklin, 011 City, Buffalo, and all points in the
LIGAVS PITTSBURGH. jARRIVE IN PITTSBURGH.
Mail 8:05 a matail 4:50p m Express 7:25D El 1 Express....... 6:05 a
Amity's B'd Ac 3:25p mlß•adys It'd Ac . 10:20 a
let Soda, Works !Ist Soda Works
Accomod`n.. 11;06 am I Accorooda'n. 7:50 aM.
2d Soda Works 12d Soda Works
AccomcaPn .. 5:20p m Accomoda'n. 2:50 p m
Mixed Way T'n 6;20 a m Mixed We) T'n 8:25 p in
Hutton Acc'n.. 6;20 a in! Hutton Accm.. 8:35 a m
!Armstrong Ac. 6:20p in
Church Train leave Pittsburgh at 1:16 P. Ar
rive in Pittsburgh at 9:50 A. M.
Passengers taking express train have but one
change of cars between Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Oil
Regions. Mall and Express Trains stop only at
principal points. Mixed Way and Accommodation
trains stop at, all stations.-
THOMAS H. ZINO, Assn. Sup't.
W. POSTER HOPE. Ticket Agent. • ato.2
-, CINCINNATI AND ST.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE,
CHANGE OF TIME.—On an 4 after - SUNDAY.
June 21st., 1868, trains will leave and arrive at the
Union Depot, as follows, Pittsburgh time:
.Departs 2 - Arrive.
Mail Express 2:15 a. m. Ma:10 a. m. Feat Line 9:40 a. m. 7:15 p. m.
_Fast Express 2:10 p. ms 11:20 a. m.
Mixed Way.... ' 6;10 a. m. 7.05 p. m.
McDonald's) 4°o , n; Nd. 1.. 11:40 a. m. '3:05 p. m.
Steubenville Accommod'n. 3:55 p, 9:30
Acc'n, No. 2.. 5:95 p. 5:20 a. m.
'lsirscuaaityricz.—f3an sy Express Leaves aa:10
p. m. arriving in Cincinnati at 6:00 a. m. - the next
morning. • •
The 9:40 a. 'in. Train leaves daily? Snisdays ex
cepted, and Makes close connections m Newark for
Zanesville and points , on- Sandtasky, Mansfield -&
Newark B. B. , _
.8., F. SCULL, General Tlekat Ageat.,
W. W. CARD,,Bnp't.";Steitbenville: • •/-
.. • •
IMAII OH FORT
From June 7th, .wee
and arrive at the Union
time, se follows: ...
Chicago Ex.— 2:03 a m
Cleveland Ex.. 2:03 a m
Erie A Yitzt.M.l 7:28 a m
01. &Wlt"gil'l 6:13 a m
Chicago Mall.. 6:511 a m
Chleagp9:43 a m
WhlgEi. 1:43 p m
Chicago .. 1:513p m
Wh. Erle.E.x. 4:46.pm
Depart from Allegheny.
N. Brigt'n Ac. 6:58 a m
Leetsdale " 10:13 a ml
" 11:58 am,
Rochester " p
WelLsv'e Ace.. 3:43 pm'
Leetsdale Acc. 4:l3pm.
N. Brigt'n . 5.'33 pin
N. Brigt'a " 6:28 p
Leetsdale. "•. 10:43pm
Kir 1:58 p. m. Chicago .1
' 11:23 a. m. Chlcag4
.leB F. B. MYKRS,
and after June' 7th,
rive at and depart fromAho
Washington and Liberty s'
_ 4rrit 4 ._ __ I
Mall Train.... 1:15 am.
Fast Line ... . 1:40 aml
Wall's No. 1.. 6:20 a m
Latrobe Acen 7:50 am;
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 a
Cincinnati Ez. 9:10 am
Johnstown Ac.10:35 a m
Baltimore Ex. 1:00 p m
Phila. Express 1:20 p
WalPs No. 3. 2.15 pm
Braddocks No 1 5:50 p m
Wall's No. 4. 7:15 p m
Train 9:30 pa.
The Chureh Train - leaves Wall's Station every
Sunday at 9:15 a. m., reaching Pittsburgh at 10:05
a. m. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at 12:50 p.
and arris es at Wall' s Station at 2:$)0 p. m.
"Cincinnati Express leaves daily. Ail-other trains
daily except - Sunday. • . -
further Information apply" to' - • • '
W. H. BECKWITH, Agent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will' not as
sume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing sp.
pare], and limit their resp onsibility to One Hundred
Dollars in value. Ali Baggage exceeding • that,
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, nn•
less taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,
fee General Superintendent, Altoona;
R and after August 16th. 1868, the Pam.
tenger Trains on the ;Western Pennsylvania - Rail
road will arrive at and depart from the ' Federal
Street Depot, Allegheny city, asfollovis:
13pringd*e No I 6:35 a isobiall • 8:601116
Freeport NO. 8:15 am j Freeport No. 1 8:50 ana
Express...i..... 10:15'a DI r s harpb'g No. I11:20 a m
Sharpb'g No. I 1:25 p m Express ... .2:20 pin •
Freeport No. 2 410 pm prlngd'e No I - 3:50 pin
.. ~. ,„. . 550 p miFreeport No. 2 6:05 p
Spring . d'e N 0 .2 2:10p mit3Dringd..e No 2 9:15 pm
Ailey° train Ti n daily except Sunday.
The Church Traineaves Allegheny Junct. every
Sunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny City at.
9:50 a. m. Returning, leaves Allegheny City at
1:20 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny Janet. at 9:45,
COMMUTATION TICKETS-For sale in-packages of
Twentybetween,_Allegheny City, Chestnut street.
Herr's,Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and Sharpsburg.
and good only on the trains stopping at Stations spe.•
tined on tickets.
and Th e trains leaving Allegheny CitY at 6:15 a. ins
20 P. N. make direct connection at Freeport
with Walker's line ofStages for Butler and Ilannahr.
town. Through tickets .may be purchased at the .
Office, No. 3 St.. Clair•street, near 'the Suspension
Bridge Pittsburgh, and at the Depot, Allegheny.
For further information apply to
JANLES LEFFERTS, Agent, .
. Federal Street Depot.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not as
aurae any risk for Baggage, except fOr wearingisp.
parel, and limit thel. responsibility to One Hundred
Dollars - In value. All baggage exceeding this
amount In value will be at the risk of the owner, un
teas taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAM S,
Dens -al Superintendent, Altoona. Fa.
s l i to e t E c li HILL agaggiN
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY,
The SHORTEST AND MoST RELIABLE HOUTZ
from the East to all points In
New Mexico, Idaho,
Two Trains leave State Line and- Leavenworth
dally (Sundays excepted,) on the arrival or train° of
Paclllc Railroad from St. Louts, and Timinlhal and
St. Jo Railroad from Quincy, connecthw at Law
rence, Topeka and WUmego with st4,,,es for all
points In Kansas. At end of track west or Jr/Is- -
worth with the UNITED STATES EXPRESS COM
PANY'S DAILY LINE OF OVERLAND. MAIL
AND EXPRESS COACHES FOR
IMIVV)E.Trr SALT. T-A az-1P1;
And a Ul Points in the_erritories,
And with SANDERsON , s TRI-WEEKLY LIVE of
00ACRET for Fort Union, Beut's Fort, r2U3S, Albu
querwie, Santa Fe, and all points
_in Arizona and
With the - recent additions of rolling titok 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 bar sale at all the iwinelpal offices in the
United States and Canaries.
Be sure and' ask for tickets via THE SHORT
HILL BouTA, UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY.
General 'Freight and Ticket Agent.
TO LIVERPOOL AND a u ,
THE INMAN MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
Numbering sixteen first-class vessels, among them
CITY OF PARIS C ITY CITY OF ANTWEEP,
CITY OF EusroN, CITY OF BA'LTIMORE,
(ATV F LONDON,
Sailing EVERY t-AIURDAY, from Pier 45, North
River, New York. Fur passage or further informa
tion apply to
WILLIAM BINGHAM, Jr.,
70..717TT1 STREET. rehrontc!r
Nearly opposlte Post (Mee, rlitsbureg.
"AYNE t CHICAGOEt.
trath's will leave from
Depot, north stde,
'Chicago 11..721:08 a 131
Cleveland Ex. 2;09 a xi,
;Chico go Ex . .11:23 a nk.
Wheeling Ex. - 11108 am
ISt. Louis Ex:. -3:33 p in
' Cl. 4:WlOg Ex 4, - .138 pot
lErielc Yg'nEx . 0:13 pm
Ckige Ex.—. 23 p m
Cl. . ti h'g Ex 7:08 pm
Arrive 9 - $. 4 negkerly.
N. Brigt'AAc. „7:00a.m
N. Brigt'a " 8:28 am
I Wellsville_." 8:63 aal
INew Castle " 10:13a at
I'Leetsdale " 9:13 a m
.. 1:09 pm '
N. Brigt.li -- ''' 2:43 p m
Leetsdale " :4:53 p-na
4.1. ". 7:2Bpm
Express leaves daily.
to Express arrives daily.
I, General Ticket Ascent.,
1568, Trains will ar
e Union Depot, corner of
.trects, as follows:
.Day Express.. 2:25 am
Wall's' No. 1.. 6:30 a na.
! M i not: l aq Ex 11 a a Tot
'Wall's No. 2.. 41:51. aln
,Jobnstown - Ac. 3:05 pm
Braddocks No 1 SEOO put
Phlla. - Expres. 4:50 p
:Wall's No. 3.. 5:10
I Wall's No. 4.. 6 p :l5 p m
Fast Line.-- 7:30 pm
Latrobe Acc'n 8:50 pm
swiasvnie Ac..t 10:50 pm
J. 11. WIF.IBT.EiI,