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Finantial -11atters in '
Gold Closed at_l36'.
tßy Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.'
NEW York, DecemOer 7, 1868.
: • 'MONEY AND GOLD. L
Money easy, with less demand, the storm
having checked operatione in every de
pertinent; market at 5@)7 percent. on call.
Sterling quiet and unchanged. Gold strons,
I,.opening at 135 g, and closing at 1363 1.M.;
ports for the week, 1182,873, including 6166,-
000 from Liverpool.
GOvernmente steady.. Coupons 1881, 116
8 115,4; do. '62, 111%@111g; do. '64, 107 g
'.l" 107 g; da. 108(4108g: do. new, 1109
' - 4 ,0110 34; do. '67, 110 6 ; do. '6B, 110 g; 10-408,
- _ '
Missouiis, 89;. New Tennessees, 6734®58;
Old North Carolinas,. 65%@66 ; ' New do.I 63;
;`Old Virginias, 55%@56; New do. 57®58.
. The Stock market opened dull; New
York Central was still the leading feature
and fell to 122% under all sorts of:rumOrs,
Subsequently the market became strong
with considerable ,attivity,, ,nnd Central.
closed at 124®1263;,•the recovery:wait cans.'
ed hythestatement that JUdge Cardozci
modified Judge Barnard's injunction and
a report that Vanderbilt ,and the Erie party
were free buyers the rest;of the market was
favorably effected, but the:Only marked'
advance was ,Ori - MiChigan Cential, which:
clotied strong at 87%®88,, under the
report of its consolidation with then .
; Lake Shore' Road. Express Shareafirmer,
it being stated that there,is mere harmony
among the companies. • •
-,. 5;30 ?MOBS :- Cumberland . 37%®36%
• ; :Express, 26)4(4)27; • Americtui, 45®
46;',Adams, 48(048%; United States, 46@
46%; Merchants Union, 16®16%;', Quicken
ver, 223 ®22%; Canton,4B%®49_%; Pacific
Mail. 115(4;116; Western Union Teliig.raph,
36%®37; Boston, Hartford and Erie, 2614®
27; Mariposa,. b%; preferred; - 20%®21;
• New York Central, 126®126A; Erie, , 37%®
i. : 37%; do. profrred , 59®60; Hudson 125% ®
126; Reading, 98%®98 % ; Terre - dant° 490
39%; • do. preferred, 61%®52; Wabash; 57 1 . A
®57%; do; preferred, 70%;' , St: Paid, 65%
®65%; do. preferred, 84%4®82%. ' Port
Wayne. 11185®11134,; -Ohio- and Missis-,
• sippi, 30%®36%; Michigan Central,
11934; -Michigan Southern; 87%®88;
•:•; note Central, 144% %;
; Pittsburgh, '85®85
I,: Toledo, 101%®101% 0
; Rock .Island, 108%
10854:- 'Northwestern, 78%®79: preferred,
- = MINING maims.
Mining shares dull. Gregory, 550; Smith
.• Parineleo, 430; Montane, 50. kkig
' • streirmgesunt l a / a verts;
The receipts at -the Sub-Treasury to-dav
• ; • ere 51,967,712; Payments, $1,766,962; 13a1-
s • ee;588,6 9 2,760-
5 . 1 - New York Produce Market.
' • (By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
41 NEW YoPac, December 7.—Cotton nom
;., inally a shade lower; sales of 600 bales at
24Va243443 - for middling- uplands, chiefly
t 2430. Receipts—flour, 4,123 barrels. Flour
rules firm; sales of 8,400 barrels at $5,65a6,15
-• %, for superfine State and western,s6,6sa7,ls
• for extra State, 116,50a6,60 for extt western,
• ', ,4 14 f8,10a9,75 for white, wheat extra, 46,80a9,00
1 for H.S. 0., $7,50a9,00 for extra St. Louis,
$10a12,50 for gcVod choice do; closing quiet. •
r.• California flour dull; sales of 160 sacks at
',, -, •166,75a9,75 via Horn, $10,50a12 via Isthmue,
;',lt Rye flour firm; sales of 400 barrels at
• g6,50a8,50. Cornmeal quiet. Whisky quiet;
small, sales of western at $1,0234a1,05 free.
Bebeipts--Wheat, .7,240 buishels. Wheat 2a
•• ,•, 3c better with moderate inquiry; sales .of
4 34,000 bushels at sl,44forNo. 2anci 3 spring
•• 5, mixed,
.$1,50a1,56 for No. 2 do., 81,60• for
• No. 1. and 2 do. mixed. Rve dull at $1,50
: •:•:j for western. Barley, dull; sales 2,000 bush
. • Canada western on private terms. • Corn
a shade - firmer - and in moderate demand,
• artly spectdatiTe; sales 75,91)0_ hush ,at
51,12a1,14 for • :unsound, 111,1181.,174 for
sound mixed "Western, 11,14 for kiln dried,
81,12.1f0r new White -Southern, 11,18 for
white Western. - Oats—receipts, 3,437 bush
• 11 . , —more active end a shario firmer._ salek
, 100,000 bash at 7734a7Pc fai"~cestern afloat,
chising at the latter pried, 77a77% for do.
• in Attore,,79o for Stateafleat: Stock of Grain
• 0 in' Warehouse-Wheat, 3,400,733:;tird5h;
•• Corn; 2,050,439 'bush; Oats, 2,852,184 bush;
1"; rye, 294,937 bash; barley; '346,975 bush;
Malt, 4101 bush; -Peas, -73,194 bush.
• „;.; Bice ,quiet,, at - 8a83;11 for Carolina.
:- • 1,1 Coffee , nominally . unchanged. Sugar
•• quiet and firm; sales - of 21 hhds at
12c for 'Cuba. Molasses nominal; sales of
50 bbls New Orleans-at - 75c. Hops quiet at
Y 10a250, , f0r . American. , Petroletim qtdet.
Linseed Oil whet at 94970. Turpentine
quiet arid- - unchanged . ''Pork • quiet and
steady; sales of 650 , bbis'at '525,75a26,00 for
new mess, .251 5 0a 20 . 00 old do, 519,50a20,50
• • primp, 521,00a24,25 prime mess. Beef quiet;
• sales of 180 bills at *13a16,40 for new ; plain
mess." 516a20,00 'new extra mess; tierce
• beef dull at $27a30 for prime mess. and ISO
a34farlndli-meas. Beef. hams firm; sales
, • !: 65 bbls at *30a32. Cut meats 'firm and
quiiitreales 125 packages at 10ally,c for
• - shdulders, and 11115 ti for hams. Middles
steady and quiet;' sales 275 boxes at 13gc
• '5"; for-Cumberland cut, and 13 3 / 4 a140 for , long
Icut hams. Lard firm and in moderate
deinand; 670 tea at 14Na15y 4 c for steam.
• - 15,ial6y e e for' kettle rendered; also 1,650
•, • tea sellers February arlsc. Butter steady
at 25a400 for. Ohio, and 40a50c . for State.
Chpese quiet and, fi rm. Freights to Liver
• 5 firmer; engagements per steamer are
25,500 brush grain at 6340 for corn, 3Na for
LA'rEsrL-Flonr closed very firm and with
a fair demand fcir common, grades and dull
• for other kinds. Wheat; firmer, for spring
3 1 acid dull for winter; No. 2 spring 51,52a1,56;
• amber Michigan 91,95a2,00. Rye dull at
$1,49a1,00 for western. Oats very firm;
. : western 778ia780- in store,. and 790 afloat.,
• • 1:i Corn firm at $1,14a1,15. for.; mixed Western
in store, and 81,16%a1,17 afloat. Pork nom
- inil at. 025,00a211,00. Mess Beef. nominally
, • ,11 tuioninged. Cut Meats dull and nu : -
f changed. : Beam firm, with a fair inquiry.
Lard steady atls,ialfpyin for fair to prime
steam. Eggs quiet and steady.
ray Telegraph to the Plttebnigh Etazatte.3
•• f• DeOeMbey 7.—Flour dull;
faintly' $7,250,75. Wheat dull; No. 1 red
f1i784 t Corn steady at 62a64. Oats firm at
, 80a62. Rye quiet at $1,28a1,30.‘ Barley un
changed and dull, with very little demand;
f. Caton •dull and declining; middling 221 i.
t Whisky quiet at 98c. Hogs active and el
• sold, closing at $7,60a7,82 groWar!d 150,245 a
. solo, „. ,
1 • ..f; 9,75 net; 135,000 have been sold since oat
nrday. Provisions unsettled and mostly
A held out of the Market. s Mess Pork
• it held •ist .$24. with no buyers at better than
: Bulk meats held at 9,4.0.0% for
shoulders, 1234a12y, for clear rib sides, and
4,134,1314 'for clear packed. Green meats in
' ' k demand at Sc, lio and 120 for shoulders,
; sides and hams, but holders asked yi higher
at, the close. Lard held higher; prime
steam held at
• 14 3 ,%c with buyers at 14W,
kettle rendered' 150. Sutter farm at 85aVo.
Bps 880. L need oil: 911a980. Groceries
0 steady. The,supply of New Orleans sugar
;land Molasses increasing. Gold ,185% buy.
tag. - Exchange dull at K i #Edootit, puyipg
•• • xlitsootint to par selling.' - - •
, . Plemptils Inricet,, , • • .
co 7 Teiesmh to OKI Pittsburg!, tinksette.l,
ISlENgitis, Deo. 7.—Cotton dpid and nom
.1 i l ia; receipts '2,692; exports' 2,692 taloa.
Fibur at115,50a12. Corn at 700. Oats at 630.
BO 120a22; 'Bran ,at 22a500. -Turk at
$28a23,50 :Lard at 15a16c. ,, ',Macon dull at
7120 for shoulders; 180 for clear sides; 100
pe bulk Ocnitaers, And 140 for clear sides.
`,ll teiTaleeraoe to the Pitueurea eseette.l
111,LIVAtriCSIC, December 7.—Flour dull
timid weak and • prices unchanged.
rtn And blither; 11,27 for No. 1. and $1,17.
- Oaks steady . at: 480 fbr,No 2.
4;1 orw • .
k!Oorn nominal. Bye nominal. Barley firm
er at $l,BO for No. 2 .
New York Cattle Market.
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.] '
NEw YORK, Dec. 7.—Receiptif for the
week-6,476 beeves. 27,742 sheep and iambs,
44,614 hogs. Icor beevestm the day follow
ing our last reporti the market was moder
ately active and"'steady at the last quota
' tions, but on Wednesday it was fairly ac
tive and firmer, with about 1,100 head
on sale, and choice steers sold at
,816,75a17, while fair to prime steers
'brought 14a1634c; inferior and common,
10a13c; during the balance of the week the
arrivals were insignificant and no change
of importance occurred in prices. To-day
the market waaWithout activity, owing to
the inclement weather,, but the sales made
were at prices, not differing from pane Cur
rent last week. About 3,000, head core
prised the offerings, "of ' which the
averare quality was ••at about medium
quotations; extra, 1654a17% prime, 16
a 16340, fair to good 143;a15 54c, ordinary,
13514 e, inferioriOal2o. • Sheep and Lambs
r-from the date of Wit report up,fte ,the
close,of, the week;•the market underwent
no change. Trade i tolerably active moat
of the 'time arid - with moderate 'sales
at about last Iktondars priced. 'To-day the
marketlE moderately active it quite steady
prices', with moderate' offerings of extra
sheared , at 634a7c, 614460 far prime, and 3%
as)4c - for inferior to 'good.- i Bales for the
weeks are reported at '1213,274. Swine;
immediately, subsequent to • our last
report, the ~ market advanced 34s
‘K cents, sales being j made as high
as 834118,0; these prices prevailed up to
• nifty, when the market declined ' 4c,clits-,
ing it - 8a854e; " Betarday, how- .
ever.' prices'' were firmer , ranging froth
850 to flo the - latter rice for heavy
prime; 'Why the market was characterized
by a fair degree of activity; but with lib
eral arrivals,'•being 28 carloads at Fortieth
street. and. 9,09 1, head-at Cammupipa. The
extreme prices current on Saturday were
not realized. The sales to-day were 2,640
head, at 8Xa8 3 40- ' '
.t" Chicago blarket.' .
(By Telegraph to the Pittabaigh Gazette.]
CHICAGO, Decembei 7.—Eastern Ex-
Change flat andlower, at y, off buying, and
par to 1-10 preniiiim selling. Flour firmer;
spring extras $5,75a7,00. Wheat active and
firm and 21 1 ,(c higher; sales! No 1 at $1,24a
1,28, and No 2 at $1,1f3a1,103X. closing steady
at $l,lB for No 2; sales No 2 since change at
$1,19. Corn; old firmer , and more active;
sales No 1 at 77a80c; No 2 more active at 74a
75c; new in fair request and a shade high-
er, at 51Xa5244c; kiln dried quiet,, at 610
for No 2, and 58c for rejected,closlog steady
at 513;a52c; nothing doing this afternoon.
Oats steady. firm and very quiet; sales No
2at 48304133;ci, and rejected' at 48e. Rye
firmer and one cent •higher; sales No 1 at
$1,13%a1,15, and No 2 at $1,12%a1,13, dos
ing at o utside. Barley firm, fictive and la
2o higher; sales No 2at $1.601,62, and le-
Njected at 61,40, closing at $ 1,62 for No 2-in
Northwestern elevators, and $1,60 for reg
ular. Highwines dull and .weakj small
sales free at 94e. Provisions firm but quiet:
Mess Pork fbr cash inactive sad nominal,
at $23; sales of a-lcif or live hundred barrels,
seller, January, at $22,50. Sweet Pickled
Hams 12yial2}ic. Gfeen Shoulders Bc.
Green Hams Lard 14a14;ics for
steam and kettle rendered. Dress Hogs
I in good demand and more active, at $9,25a
9,50. Receipts-12,253 bbls flour, 81,878
bush wheat, 37,819 bush corn, 25,844 bush
oats, 5,154 bush rye, 2,900 bush barley.
Shipments---10,579 bbls flour, 4,458 bush
wheat, 10,307 bush corn, ' 2,282 bush oats,
1,452 bush rye; 1,203 bush barley.
St. Louts Dlarket.
ST. Louis, December 7.—Tobacco
changed. Cotton quiet at 2230 for mid
dling. Flour quiet, and low grades scarce
and wanted; :superfine sold at 15a8, extra
at $8,25a6,75; double extra at 7,00a7,50,
treble extra to fancy at118,00a10,75. , Wheat;
all grades dull and slow, except fancy,
Vail* wanted; prime to choice' :red 6.11,
1,45a1?35, and fancy 11,87a1 t 95; spring sold
at $1,80a1,85 for No. 2to ehoice.' Corn dull
and unsettled, ranging 63570 c - Oats dull
at 53a56c. Barley steady at $1,80a2,00 for
'lowa and Nebraska spring, and $2,25a2,75
for fair to fancy fall. -Rye firm at $1,18a1,20;
Whisky firm at 950 h Pork advanced to $23
a 24. Dry salt shoulders 9a9y 4 0, clear sides
/3alBXc, but generally held Mc higher.
Bacon—clear skies sold at 1834a16,, , ,c. Su
gar cured Hama - 1634c, but packers gener
ally contend for higher prices. Lard very
firm; prime steam 1534 c. Receipts-2,500
bbls flour. 15,600 bus wheat, 11,800 - bus corn.
11,000 bus oats, 4,100 bus barley, 900 ,bus
BUFFALO, Dec. 7.--In store—Wheat 405,000
bn; corn 233,000 bn; oats 160,000 bii• ' rye
133,000 bu; barley 122,000 bn; peas 4,000 bu.
Receipts nominal. Flour dull and unchan
ged. Wheat inactive; sales car Tots No. 2
Chicago at $1,40; Port Washington $1,48;
No. 1 Milwaukee $1,55. Corn dull; car lots
sold at $1;01a1,0 1 2 for old mixed western:B.se
for new, and 93e for kild dried. Oats dull;
western 683 by car lots. Rye dull sales 50
bu western at $1,45. Barley, nominal at $2
for Canada. Mess pork $24 for heavy. lard
15a16e. Highwines nominal at 41,04.
(By Telegraph to the Iltisborgh Gazette.]
PHILADELPHIA, Deo. 7.—Flour dull at
$7,50a8,25 for lowa, Wisconsin and Minne
sota extra family; $9a10.60 for Ohio do; Vila
18 for fancy. Wheat lower; good red at $2
a 2,07; aMber $2,14. Rye lower; sales at $1,52
a 1,54 for Pennsylvania. ; Corn dull; new
sells slowly at 9044- old $1,12a1,24. Oats
steady at 87a710 for westerm Petroleum
nominal; crude 18c in bulk; refined ,29a
29Nc. Provisions unchanged. Whisky
• Toledo Market.
;By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
pecember 7.Flonr firmer - but,
quiet. Wheat 2a30 better; No. 1 white
Michigan 82,08a 2 , 07 1 amber $1,780,80; do.,
seller,. January; 111,78; No; 2 . spring 41,25.
Corn—old la2o better, and new steady; old
No. 1 88a87c; new 70o; now rejected M.
Oats steady and better; :No.l 58540. Rye
ilrmer at 81,80 for Michigan. Barley quiet:
Clover seed better ht 37,40. Dressed Hoge
Xe better at Eljgaf9ic
• Loulsviile Market.
[By Telegraph to tit( Pittsburgh, Gazette.l
LOUISVILLE, Deo. 7.—Sales tobacco light
new lugs at rah; old 17a9. Cotton Vo:
Wheat $1.65a1,7& - Superfine floor OWL
Corn 50a55c. OAS 58557 c. Hogs SaB;4o
gross. Mess pork 124.: Lard 15a16 1 40.
Balk shoulders 8a93i0; clear rib aides 12%
alBV.cl clear Sides 13a18%c. Bacon—olear
rib sides 16%c; clear .sides 17c. Sugar 12a
12310. Whisky nominal.
Baltimore Illaraet. •
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh ussette..3
:BALTIMORE, Decembet T.—Flour quiet,
steady and Unchanged." Wheat;dull; choice
red 82.45. Corn dull and loWer• ' new white
90a980: yello*ll,olal,oB. Oats firm`at 70a
75c. Rye firm at $1,40a1,45.' Mess Pork
dull at $20.50. Bacon quiet; rib aides 17c.
clear sides 11%c; shoulders 140; hams 180.
• Lard dull at, 16%0.
IMPORTS BY BAILRAOD.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE CRIOACH)
• RaitinoAn, Deceniber bbls flour,
Lindsay, Jr Co; 50-bbis higbwines, Shipton
& Wallace; UV do-do,-1 •car meat; E H
'Myers it Co; 12 ears iron ore,Bboenberger
& !Blair; 10 bbla hominy, Vangorder it
,Shepard; l 0 do do, 8 Lippinoott; 10 do do,
laeasieton;,lo dodo, Duuley. & Bro; 25 do
do, .4;S Dilworth &Co; 15 do do, Asbucklea
Co; /0 do do. Hagan 44 McCarty; 10'do do,
11.1rkpatiloir; Herron Co; '2 ears lime
stone, Waniptuu Lime Co; 28 drained hogs,
,J P Hanna t Co 1 car oats, Marshall &
Muller;4 kegs a pple batter, Voigt,Mahood
it Co;.1 oar - oats,' :ft-ott it Meal; 1 Oar oorn,
Elevator. 110 tee . hams , F Sellerp it Co; 5
Miller; 8 dodo, htotthall it hie-
PIMBITRGH GAZEITE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, -1868.
graw; 2 airs corn, 0 H &Horton; .115 sks
rags, Frazier it Metzegar; 1 - car rags and
paper, Godfrey it Clark; 20 bgs buckwheat
our, J B Cambell;,4 bbls dry apples, '2 sks
raipC, Means it Coffin; 51 casks cider. Bing
ham it Lang; 1 car staves, M P Adams &
Bro; 27 sks millfeed. Reif& Ritchart; 1 car
lumber, &Milliken; 25 bzs cheese, J S Dil
worth & Co; 50 do do, W M Gkumly &Co;
27 do do, N J Braden; 1 car malt, thicke n heimer it Bro; 7 bbls cider Woodworth &
AND Primo:row= RAILd
ROAD, December 7.--11 cars bloome o l Moor
head; 1 oar wheels, Wm:R •Stont; 1 do cop
per, Park, McCurdy & Co; 1 car pig iron,
'Lloyd .at Black; 1 do lumber, Hamilton,
Algeo & Co; r do do, BUrgan & Co; 1 car
Ppitt iron, Zug di Co; 2 car iron ore, Milne,
iiraff &t Dull; l dodo, Brown .& Co; 7 do do,
Shoenberger it &Ibis, 5 bbls scrap
iron, J j Rogers; 5 Ws lard pil, J W
Drain; 25 do white lime, S Davidson; 11 bss
glassware; Atterburry & :Co; 25 bblir buck- .
wheat floux,,go lFgspearl barleY. E Houle'
ton; 5 bbls potash, B Canfield; 18 sacks
rags, Christy • & Benham; 10'kegs butter,
Walker dr.:00;263 aka oats, RC Henderson;
45 bbls apples, 1 bx butter, Vulgt, Mahood
& Co; 10 kgs pearl barley, Hawort h ez Dew
hart; 25 bbls apples, F G Craighead. •
'ALLEGHENY TALL= R.R.,
1 car metal, H Woodsidee; 1-do do, 808,
Graff dr Dull; 1 do. do, McKnight, Porter it
Co; 21 eke rye, 29. do oats, Scott & Glsal; 5
aka team, S Ewart it Cop pkga walnuts;
Knox it Orr; 11 eks buckwheat flour, Gay
it Welsh; 18 pkga sundries, W H Kirkpa
'trick & Co; 1 bbl eggs, Fetter dr Bo; 1 bbl
tobacco, Megraw it Co; '4 bags-onions 6
bags buckwheat flour, Blanchard . ; 4
pkge tobacco,Pretzfleld & Bro; 3 bblsbftnN
Kirkpatrick, Herron. & Co; 6 sides, G. N
Hotlatott it Co; 42 aks oats, C Reiter; 160
bbls oil, Craft & Co; 160 do do, D M Edger
ton & 80 dii'do, A W Raymond; 60 do
do, D Bly & Co. .
A.Liatommi• STATION, ^ DOCOMbeT 7.-
1 car hay, H J Henderson; 1 car flaxseed,
Ewer, Hamilton it Co; 5 , cars iron 'ore,
Soong, Chalfant & Co: '1 car wheat, W Mc-
Kee it Co; 1 car corn, 57 ski oats, Stewart
& Nichols; 2 can' barley. M Weil it Co; 14
bbls older, H Hespinheide; 2 care flaxseed,
M B Suydam; 20 bbls oil, S M .Cammings;
1 car ore clay, Jos Craig; 200 bbls apples,
John 'Herbert; 70 bdis paper, Frazier it
Metzager; 20 sks corn, 0 Farts; 5 cars metal,
Lewis Bailey. & Dalzell; 3 do limestone,
Superior Iron Co; 2 pkgs tobacco, E Glea
The river continues to rise slowly at this
point with scant seven feet in the channel
by the Monongahela marks last evening.
The weather yesterday was undoubtedly
the.worst of the season. A steady mixture
of snow and rain fell during the entire day,
whileunder foot there was a mixture-of
snow, water and mud, rendering it exceed
ingly disagreeableibr pedestrians to navi
gate, and ont-door business — was almost
We have no arrivals or departures aside
from the regular packets. The New York,
from Cincinnati, and Armenia, from St.
Louis, are among the first boats due.
The. Bayard, in command of Capt. Geo.
D. Moore, leaves for Cincinnati to-day.
She will continue in the Pittsburgh and
Cincinnati packet trade until the McCul;
lough is able to resume business again.
The Savanna arrived from St. Paul last
evening. This is her first appearance here
Since last spring; she usually comes here
to winter. ,
The Coal City was getting a tow ready
last evening, and will • doubtless take her
The Glasgow, Capt. Andy Robinson Jr.,
will be the drat boat out or St. Louis.
The Rate Putnam. enroute from Pitts
burgh to St. Louis, was. at Louisvillion
The Mary Davage, Capt. Jaa. Sheddeo, is
announced for New Orleans forthwith.
Gen. Chas. Barnes lecher Eigent.
The Camelia, Capt. Thos. Poe, clerk
Geo. Splane, will be the first out for Nash
The R. C. Grey, according to our latest
advises, was going through to 'Memphis..
We did think that she would reship at
—The Silver Cloud No. 2, arrived at St.
Louis on last Friday.
—The Louisville Courser, of Saturday
says: The Sallie was unable to come over
the falls Thursday evening and dropped
back to Portland and transferred her
freight to the Pink Varble and came np
yesterday without difficulty. The Varble
brought her freight through the canal.
The Sallie n,
, will leave for Pittsburgh as soon
as she takes her freight aboard.
—The Muscatine Journal says: Superin
„tendent Raney passed down on the Addle
Johnston yesterday . for St. Louis. He
meets "old min" Davidson Captain P. S.
Davidson, the .White Coll ar superintend
ent, W. E. Wellington, assistant superin.
tendent and other general officers of the
line at a conference to be held in that city .
next Wednesday. The Captain will "win
ter" in Pittsburgh. ,
—The St. Louis .Republican of Saturday
says: The question of.the "Great Repub
lic" was finally decided, yesterday, by the
Court ordering another' sale on the 15th,
thus deciding adversely to the claims of
the parties who thought they had bought
her on last Friday. It is now asserted that
the difficulties under which the boat has
been laboring will be, settled amicably, and
no sale be pecessary. - ,
—ln July last the. Atlantic and Mini*.
'sippi Steamship Company sold at 1 public
auction, at -the. Merchants', Exchange, St.
Louis, a lot of vessellt at a terrible diprecia- -
tion, as the following will ahow: •
• Coat. • Sale:
Mississippi - $140,000 120,000
Luminary .... . 78.000' 14,750
M. E. Forsyth 98,000 8,500
Total $812,000 341,250
Total loss $2701 7 5 0 *
The Mollie Able, which cost to •build
1140,000, was sold at private sale by. the
company at 128,000, showing a loss ,
5112,000. • "'—
--IliON BAAGES.--There is a very tang •
probability that Dubuque is to havelniter. ,
an accession to her manufactotiespbil,that:
will redound very materially to the Itinei:
ral prosperity and notoriety.' Wti'm•Oniar
shipyard (f) for the building or , : Iron '
barges. Yesterday, Commodore' Jo. ReY;
=ids, better known as ' , Diamond Jo, "
waited on Messrs, Rose 41r, Detin, the well
iknown machine and engine builders of our
city, and laid before them the project of
building iron barges for his line. Messrs.
)atria it, Dean's foreman' of the boiler shop',
who has had considerable experience in
iron ship building in England and the
Canadas, gives it as his opinion that iron
blows can be built here within one-third
or one-fourth the coat of wooden. bargee.
Should this prove true, the Commodore
will bave two iron barges put on the stooks
at once, as he is satisfied to enter into a
contract within that margin. Plans of the
bargee are to be' fainished for estimates,
and the result will, be known in a few
- di/pa—Dub:4m Times,
—The following affidavit of Mr. Joseph
P.'Maigh and Captain W. B. Donaldson,
was tread In the. United States District
Ceirt, at St. Lotile,otiPrlday last, in regard
to the Great. Republic: • It stated that• they
were present at• the tiara , appointed for the
sale, and that it was then apparent from
the appearanee and conduct of the parties
present that therewould not, ,bp any fair
competition in , the bidding for the boat,
end that it . would,,lf put ,up, be saorlded:
that the Deputy 'United States Marshal,
under the circumstances, stated telhose
present, that unlesi - a sum, was' bid that
woald justify him in starting the boat, he
would not put it lip; that the sum of tf5,00 0
was offered but that i the , Marshall refused
to receive it as bitiL7 • The Deputy Mar.
shal also stated thstbs•roula not, put up
the boat except on an advance of 550,000.
The boat is the largest and most costly on
the Western rivers, and cost, less than two
years ago, over 5270,000. A few- of the
large items -of- this are: hull, 550,700; en
gines and blacksmith work, 578,291 11;
cabin, 529,116; painting, $8,970; bedding
and upholstery, 512,390 88; silver ware.
53 ; 812 50. The affiant further states that,
the boat can not now be built for $200,000,
that the"outlit of said boat . ispomplete and
in 'good order, and that with the exception
of her needing to be placed on the - docks
for caulking and some slight repairs, Is in
good order, she having no broken timbers
whatever. They believe that if put up for
sale, she will bring - a great deal more than
enough to pay all her lien debts, and that
they now have a written offer of a dilly re.
,sponsible party to start the boat in case it
is put up for sale, at the sum of 535,000.
' Rivera and Weather.
CB► Telegraph to the . Pittsburgh Gazette.]
LOUISVILLE, Dec. 7.—River rising with
seven feet eight inches of water in the Ca
naL , A snow storm has been prevailing all
day. Steamer will arrive on Wednesday
and return to New, Orleans on Saturday.
DEPOIVIOT TO SHIPPERS.
LOUISVILLE, RVANSVIL LE.
CAIRO MEMPHIS, VICKSBURG AND NEW OR
MARY "DAVAGE AND BARGES,
• • JAMISI3 BHEDDEN, • Commsnder.
Wlll leave as above on
WEDNESDAY, December Oth.
Shippers; should bear luiniud that the DAVAGE
wlll'posltlvelp go through without re.shiPping.
d ' CIiADLES BARNES, Agenti
13ITTSISFIt6qUI, - • '
i 2 .
Marietta- and . Parkersburg • Line.
Leave ComPaars 'Wharf Boat, foot of Wood streOt,
DAILY, AT 12 M.
• . MONDATB AND TNIIDEIDAYI9, • .
BAYARD A. S. DEDEPIIKILD. Muter.
" - WIDNESDATB AND DATDIIDATIS,
GREY E&GI C. L. Bilaravax, Master.
Prated will be received pit all boars by
sel4 JADES COLLINS. Areat.
FOR NASHVILLE, DI-z s dr i t
Will kiwi!, on -
7 HITREIDkY, DECEMBER 10th.
for Evansville: Clarksville arid Nashville.
For freight or passage apGHAVEST _pIy ofboard or So}
or, J. D. COLI.INDIVOOD, .Ageats.
ke) • J,II
.E til e T; A B y L MI! EB Y
A . & T.
W. N. GJORMLY,
No. 211 Liberty Street,
(Disarm' Oft. Msemx HOMO -
J. L. DILLINGAR.... A. A. lIIETINBOR.
BILLINDEII & STEVENSON ,
No. 87 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
dii Hinds if : , Vountry. Produce.
' &worsen for iferekandise prompt y lied,' at
LOWNST market . rates. Particular attention given
toile sale of Butter, Eggs, Cheese Dried Prune,
ae,We feel confident that we can give entire tab,
Unction, by making outer BALES and PROMPT ILT,
=XS. at lIIGHT.B2 KAMM= mega, and therefore
respectfully solicit your consignments. All corre
smdence answered promptly. Marking Plates
.11shed nee. Grain in store and to arrive daily.
attill:t2s - • . ;
WATT, LANG & CO., •
wBOLt .L ! MIALZHIS Df
Groceries, Flour. Graisi, Proidatie, Pro.
visions,Fith,CllOese, llarlbon Go.,
Nos. 172 and 174 WOOD STS3IIT, naps Lfbert7
street, Pittsburgh, Pa. wenn%
K. STIALS J . M BTIBLB.
STEKLE & SON, •
• AND DELLZELIS
EMACIII3II9 catArDr, EFFr, &o
No. 93 OHIO STRILVI, nosy Bast Cmanion,
J. Bi CANFIELDA.T. CANFIELD.
B. CANFIELD & SON, COM..
MISSION MERCHANTS, and Wholesale
Dealers fn lioshen, Factory. Hamburg and W. R.
Cheese,. Butter Lard Pock, Bacon, - Flew:, Fish.
.Dried Fruit, P i g Lead, Pot, Pearl and Buda
Ashes, White•Llme, Linseed, Lard, Coal and Car.
.bortAlls. No. 141 First street: Pittsburgh.,
MILS KEIL ' JAB. 2. BICHAET.
PLOYS, 9BAIN, SEADS, MILL FEED, &e., ac.,
349 Liberty let.,Pittebtirlik
AUX. WIIANZ J.B. ♦NJLB.
MpBANE & ANJER,
. . •
DesDna In. rl f Olpl, GRAIN and PRODUCX ctlel7-
EUALLY, No. 14a Wen= aratzT, above
VETZER & AIIMSTRONO,
POPATABDIVG LID 001111:114L04 KaBOHANTB,
For tkirodWiflour, EirstA, Baco n, Batter,
Eai i t gad Fruit, and rroduce generally, No. 1.0
STBEET, corner of Ent, Pittsburgh. •
Inn • ; '
Vides& and Retail grocer%
i tat a m i,*o. atm PENNST_IITZ/1%
EA 'CRON. 4117PRIIV, .61402.
ae r'ILNOX & tioic, COMMISSION
s RCHANTS and dealers In FLOUR, GRAIN
Uri PEED and PRODUCE GENERALLY, No.
rl:err OND, oppoalte City Hall, A ll egheny City.
1101113X.....WX. H. HOUSE.
HOUSE & 'RHO.
cao to JOHN I. HOUSE & CO.,' Wholesale ioc.ert Ind Commission Merchants, comer of
guathneld and Water Streets. Pittsburgh. Ma. •
TITTLE, BAMD &, PATTON, III
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants SII
leraln Produce, Flour, Bacon, •Cheese, Flab,
Carbon .aad Ird OU, Iron, Malls, Glass, Cotton
Yarns &laden P.,,tsborgh Manufactures generally,
112 and 114.1igoomo EiTREET, Pittsburgh.
. 3 ' '. ' A WALLACIL.
§HIIPTON &WALLACE, WIEIOLE•
gen GROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS,
0., SIXTH STREET. Pittsburgh. , , lal2:rsS
LOOR OIL CLOTHS—We hive
Li stook a large assortment oral yles and ya
r ' widths or thoroughly seasoned -Floor Oil
Clothe - which we ere offering Wine wholesale and
retail tredo it Prices lower taking quality Into oon
s4eratton; then can tio ki d le tills CRY. •
110X1 ; 00 and AB Slate street. ,
q cr .
BEEN . OIL CLOTH FOR WIN.
• DOW SHADES —We &renew toannlicturing
article of s quality superior In Amish, and at
pr es lower than can be bad el any Eastern mann-
Doturers. , Dealers will End It to their Interest to
exam p l e oar goods before purebaedng_elsewhers.
, . . , J. &H. r1111147e8.
' nee ' ' SIG sad 28 Sixth lit..lbrmerlylit. Clair.
8 ESS. DUSIIII3BII.--Foi"sale
the lease, fixtures. and g •od will ot an old es •
be& EtrodutoCoonslatlOn House now doing a
goo d buimass, and having a MTV correspondence
staraonslgantenta. The wsrehonse b one of the
b a it g u l ag. wit& thy for the bastnass., •Apnly • to
or oddresik •• - • • B. CUTHBERT & BONO,
•-• • - •• !S amlibeeltl street.
X(In ' IIni f EHEIELS
• 0, , • . .
`f. BOUTIEBRy *BD; WHELT,
. . „
7a ibr rate by . •
nut • • -- • • IanANZ it ARM..
HERNIA OR R I ' TORE.
Hernia or Rupture . ed.
Hernia or Rupture e • ed.
Hernia or Rupture eared.
Hernia or Rupture eared. ` '
Hernia or Rupture eared.
Hernia or Rupture eared.
Hernia or Rupture ured.
Herniu or Rupture •ured.
Narsh's Radical Cur. Truss.
i r ~
Ratters, Patent Trims' . •
Pitch'. Supporter T us
Dr. Bsuaning's Lice or Body' Braes, fen
be eon of Piolapsas Uteri,' Piles , .A.bdOminal and
Spinal Weaknesses. .
Dr. S S. Pit eh". Silver -Plated Suproortar.
Pile Props. for the rap and ears of Piles.
Elastic Stockings, r
or weak and Tarlton
, ~.. .
Elastic Knee Caps § or weak knee Joints.
Ankle iinpporter., fo weak knee:Joint..
Suspensory Bandag ...
Capt. Taos. Pot:.
Sold at Dr., KEY' N: 'S, 140 Wood St.
SUSPENSORY BANDAGE ,
SUSPENSORY a ANDAGES,
A dozen dlff nt kinds.
A dozen duff rent kinds.
A dozen (LIS rent kinds.
At D. KEYSER'S, 140 Wood Street.
itfir•Drag Store, No., 1 I WOOD STREET, sign'
o the Gdlden Nortex. • P -reons welting fbr Trusses
should send the number o inehes around the body;
immediately over the nip ore.
Sir DE. KEYSER will give his personal atten. :
tion to the application f Trusses in adults and
ehl i ldren, and he is sat:After that, with inexperience
' of twenty years, he willenabled to give satisfa c .
tion. . anti
D ISEASED Ll[rillGS.
. .i r
•• . .
There is no doubt w te:ier that diseases of the
lungs, or ulcers of whatever sort, on any of the in.
ternal organs may be, an are frequently cured, and
a complete condition ofli eolth established. If the
elaborative functions, Gt which the stomach is the
primary and most impor ant one, are restored to a
condition to do the rep g.of the human system,
ulcers or sores, l whether poll the lungs, the liver, .
,the kidneys or the'bowe , or upon the legs, as is
frequently the case, cana made to heal, and a core!
pieta standard of health e:established. ' '
We have frequently r en these results teem the
use of Dr. KEYSER'S. TING CURE , a pleasant
and agreeable medicine, which will ripen up and
carry out of the animal economy all effete and used
up material. Dr. K. say ! s that be has known the
most distressing and hernising cough s, whose vibra.
Slots would threaten to a the whole constittF
tionto pieces, removed tithe course of a few days'
. - -
In long standing oases o consumption, or of other
sometime, fatal, but alw ye troublesome and annoy
ins maladies, known as tarrh, chronic bronchitis,
trachltis or phaiTn r ils it is a wonderful lIIBTIA
ting medicine in the fo er and a sure cure in he
Da. lizerszn , s Lux Ceram Is itsrilicnan lit
BONN OR THZ WONT VALABLE PLAN TB Lien EZILBS
KNOWN TORE lIISZ/lIL CM/ATMS IN ALL mu
lINIZATID STATE! Or ' -HZ HUNAN BLOOD. and
Whilst it adds t o its pl sma, it !at the same time
stimulates, gently but effectively,' the skin, the
kidneys, the liver and the 'lender system to sniff.
I dent action to enable the body to tike on healthful
1 oetiqn and eradicate gip disease, The sick and at.
1 flitted should bear In rand thevrirtnes of this great
I medicine, and if those ho are sutlicientl7 alive to '
thet traportance 'of he . , will resort to It to the
hell lllllo .ll 01 a con ch , r cold, there would be no
falling into deolAes . 4 rapid eonsuroUtion,
, . hoPelealy Mernsable an . so mood surely big. ,
„. , •
I laid by the gross, dos •or Single bottle, at
Dr*no ‘G t Medicine Store
. s. r ...,, 1
• - 140 W . lod Street. -
DE. Z 8 ,13 : ~. DENT OPPICE fbr Is ~
EXABitt4TIONI • , b TUB 71111TIMiT ..,
eerroriTz coori. erszAsre, leo r0j!,.,..
siswer, PIPTSEI.I3II*. , PA.. Mee luxus.ftvait
9 O&M. until 4 P..= • , '; , . •
'- sagest SI - ISt* - . . • '
Rupture • Hernia bared.
Rupture • Hernia cured.
Ruptnre • r Hernia l cured;
Rupture r Hernia cured.
Rupture • r Hernia azure&
Rupture • r Hernia eared.
Thpture • r Hernia eared.l
Rupture • r Hernia euired.t.
3ILLF-INiE G SYRINGE&
SELF-INJECT G SYRINGES.
,• . ..,
SZLF-DIJ:EC G SIBEIGES
SELF-INIEO CI STIFINEHIS
Also, every kin of SiMines.
On and after TOBt3DAT. No etcher, 17t5. 1868
trains will arrive at and depart from we Depot eO.•
ner of Grant aid Water streets, at follows: -
Nail to and front Tinioatii. 7:00 a. N. 6:00 Po xi
McKeesport Aceommodt'a.ll:oo e. w.. 2:05 r. *s
Ni. to and from llttiont'n. 3:00 r. Y. 10:10 A. Its
West Newton Accommod'n 4:30 r. M. 8:35 A. Mg
Braddock's decommodat"n 6:15 P. M. 7:5 0 r.
Night Ace. to Idelfeesport.lo:3o P.M. 0:45 A. V.
Sunday Church Train to and .
from West Newt0n........ DOO r. M.10 : 00 .a.,lf' •
!or tickets apply to
J. B. 11.1N11, Atenti' •
W. E. STOUT, Superintendent. ne6ll
MARGE of TIME.
=ENT VALLEY RALILRO
On and after MONDAY November 901, 1S
TWO TRAINS DAILY wilt learnEittsbarl_b Sta..
lion,corner ofEleventh and Pike Meets fbr Pranb.
Su, 011 City, /I Ma io,. and allpatnta In the OR
LILTI PZIPTEIBITIGH. . ex •nt rirrantrnos. —
• 7:13 am all 5:40 p
Express T:10 p xpress.. . m
0:30 a za
Brady , sl3 , d le 3:90 pzo Lady. Ao 19:30a tn.
IM Soda watts -_ SoclaWortui
AecornodM.. 10:50 a AcoomodaM.. 8,10 aat
Ad Soda Works Soda Works '
Ateomegta .. 5:00 p m Accomoda , M.3:343 pm,
Church Train leave Pittsburgh at 1:10 P. x APO .
rive at.Plttsbnrsch at 9:50 A. x. g
- Passengers taking express train have hit on c.
ehangeor earn between Pittsbumbi Buffalo and
Regions. • Mail and Express TralnS step only a
r tltpatpolnts- Mixed Way and Accoa al
stop at all stations.
THOMAII'IL RING, Asst. Ergot.;
W. POSTBR ROPE r Tleket Agent. not
RAILWAY..; AND BT.
D/2 RAILWAY. ' •
PO Ratio Nova.
ORANGE OP TIME.—On and after SUN Dar.
Nov.22d, 1881, trains will leave and , arrive at ftre
Union Don't, u Mows, rittsburgh time:
ifall E n ron' 3:13 a.popoop,
in. 111 4 :1?aa, als"
Put Lbw 10:13 a. in. 1:33 pr. '
Past Express • 11:118 p. sa. 111:18 1.
Mixed Way 5:43 a. m. 8:43 p. m. ,
NeDonald , o4keen, No. 1..11:88 a. in. 8:33 p.lB.
Btenbeavale Acecrmmod , n. 3:38 p.• 010816 830
/deDonald's Aceni,No. 1.: 5:18 p. as. ' 3:131#.1as
2:58 L N. Rumen
13:13 P. Y. Nail will arrive
The 10:13 a. sq. Train leaves daily, PuldarimoW
eepted, and makes close connection' at Newark fat
Zanesvi lle and points 011 Sandulky, hissidel '
Newark R. R. - " •
S. P. SCULL. General Ticket Agent.
W. W. CARD, Sup't Steubenville. Ohlo: -
. , .
CENTRAL -LAILROJa.: O :
and after Nov. 98th. 1858, - ,Tralits will . ar.
rive at and depart from the Union De t, corner 01
Washington and Liberty streets, 'a senoire: , .• - ,
Mall Train.... 1:30 a ; in Day Express., 2:30 sal
Fast Line 2:40 a mWs N 0.1.. 0:30 a lit
Weirs No. 1... 8:20 m Hall Train;. 8:15 &
B riaton Accin. 7:50 am •Cincinnati Ex 1M:35 pm .
Wall's No. 2..*.111:50 a in Wail's N 0.2.. 11:2ID ant
Cincinnati Ex. 9:40 am Johnstown Ac; 3:2lBlsnt
Johnstown Ae.10:35 Bradtlocks Nol 4:20 pat
Baltimore Ex. 1.45 p m Phila. Express 5:10 pin
Phila. Express 2:ospm Walrs , No. 3.•.
Wallis No. 3. p xis Wall's No. 4.. 6:15 pm
Braddock' Nail 5:50 p m Fast Line 7:50 pin
Wall's No. 4. 7:95 p m Wallis No. ft:. 11:00pm
Way Passenir.lo:2o p m
The Church Train-leavec Wail's - Station
Sunday at 9:15 a. m., reaching Pittsburgh at '
a. an. .Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at L9:50 ;1:
fad arrives at .i 7ll73Station at 2:00 TI. - 13.
'Cincinnati ryes leaves daily. ',All other Ultimo(
daily except Sun y.. ,
For fartnerinformation apply.to •-•
. W. H. BECKWITH, Agent
The Permsylvanialtallroad Company will not ail:
sums any risk for. Baggage, except for wearing ars.
parel. and limit their responsibilitrto One Hundred
Dollars is value. All Baggage exceeding iths4
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner. us. -
less taken bY :Med ED
al contract. -
WARD H. WILL
General Superinteadent, Altoona, rti
I tt i Bn
W ro &D N C v.23vd,ANDB
and arrive at the Union .
'Chicago Ex_ 3:03 a m Chicago Ex... 2:13 BM
Cleveland/Zs.. 3:03 a m Cleveland Ex. 2:13 aas
Erie & Ygn3l , l 3:28 a m Chicago Ex_...:11:68 a M
Cl.* WI 6:XB m Wheeling Ex; 11:13 all
Chicago Mall.. .6:58 am St. Louis El.. '3:53 DUI
Chicap_Ex....lo:oB a m Chicago Ex.... 438
Cl. &Wald/la. 2013 p Cl. at'V,Wg Ex 4:13 pm
Chicago Ex,— X:43 pm Erie & Yen F.x 6:13 pm
Wh. &Erie Ex. 4:53 Cl. &Whig Ex 6:58 pia
__Depart from Allegheny. Arrive in ditegitesy. _
N. Brigtin de. 8:58 a m N. Brigtin AG.. 7:03 a M
Leetsdale • i's 10:51113 am N. Stint'!" "._ 8:98 a tet
• " " 11:58 a m Wellsville " a M
Rochester , " 1:33 pm New Castle " 10:33 - am
Wellsvie 3:38p m Leetsdale " 0:/.3A - M
Leetsdale Ace ? 4:13 pm "• - " 1:118 pm
N. BrigL'n " • .5:33p ne N. Brigtin " .11:43 pm
N. Brigtin ";. 6:9Bpm Leetsdale ' - 4:53 pal ,
Leetsdale ":10:43 pm ' " 4:18 via
Leetsdale Sox. Leetsdale RIM= •
•da i 2 11 : 15 3 c h
giro - E da tTett U felia ctil s lL a
sir 11:58 a. ,Chicag o . ' Lime arrives da y.
aig -No change of cars between Pittsbursh and
Chicago.: Weeping ta.r switbon shangeto Indladapr
oils and Chicago. , •
' ' • J. If At i CIII4 , OI:IGEG
P.R.A MYERS. eel:Cal:Ticket ditema..yr no= •
_ SYLVANIA; RA-
It .-1.111 Ind after '
senor Trains on the Western ;Selmsyivanla Ball.
road Will arrive at and defeat Dem the .Federal
Street DeiA Allegheny City„acrollows:
13re Nol 41:40 a m Mal 7:00 aII
post No,. I 9:2,0 m Freeport No. 0:15 a, na
-Express 10:40 a m Sharpb'g No.111:20 a Ws
Sharpb'g No. I. 1:25 p m Express- 2:45 pm
Freeport No. 2 4:00 p m Springd , e Nol 3:90 p m
Mall 4 5:55‘p m Freeport N 0.2 5:20 p m
Springd'e Not 6:45 m Spring‘Pe No 2 7:1 0 p
Above trains run daily except Sunday. • -
The thumb Trails leaves Allegheny Janet. coney
dunday at 7:40 a. m. reaching Allegheny Clti at.
.9:50 a. rm. . Beturrdrig, leaves. Allegheny- City at
1140 p. 111.. f and arrive at Allegheny junct. at 3:45
COirillirAelog Ticisra—For sale In packages of
Twenty, between - Allegheny tity,:Chestnut street,
Herr's, Bennett, Plne Creek, Etna and Sharpsburg„
and good. only on the trains' s topping at Stations ape.
o t n ra t ins k leaving . -
Allegheny city !it a. m.
mate direct connection at Freepor with Walkers
line orStages for Butler and Hannah!. town. Threugh
tickets may be purchased at ‘tlif Office,No. 3 St.
Clatr stree tnear the Snapettalor Bridge Pittsburgh
and at the Depot, Allegbeey • . .
For Duller information apply to
JAMES - LEFFERTS, Agent,
Federal Street Depot.
The Western - Pennsylvania Railroad will not as•
sums any risk for Baggage, except forswearing ap.
parel, and limit their responsibility to One Rumba!'
Dollars in value. All baggage exceeding this
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, e
less taken by special contract. D
EDWAR H. WILIAM&
Elen.Tal Superintendent.. Altoona. Pa.
S I x ; IV . HILL Sags
UNION PACIFIC RAU:NATI
The ZHORTIAST ANii MOST RIIELIAAn our
from the East to All points In
New. Mexico; Idaho,.
Oregon. • -
Twe Trelnt leave State Line and LeaVelltre't
daily, (Sundays excepted Loafhe arrivaLof train. , f
Piscine Railroad from St.. ds, ,end : 1 44.xmlbal add •
St.. do Railroad from Quincy, connectßi. at Law.
mice, TOneka and Warctego -with st.t..e. for ail
palate in sas. At end .of track west of
worth with the UNITED STATES EXPRESS UU
PANT'S DAILY LINNOF DVENLAND NAIL
AND =MESS COAL HEs FOB
And all Points in"the TeiTitories s
And with SA.IfDEBBO4S I I TICIAVENELY lan Off
00A.CHES forYort UMon,„,Betirs Fort. rut Alba.
nero i re, and au points Arts
renew /additions of rolling • stock aM
equipment, and the arrangethents made with re.
sponsible. overland Transportation Line* from itg
western terminus, tbls road now. offers 'unequalled
facilities for the tranemiselon of freight to the jraz
Tickets for dale at all the principal, offices in OS
Wilted Stites and Canada, • ••• •
Be mare — and ask for tickets' via THE BY
BILL BOUTS lINIOF PACIP/0 RAILWAY .
EASTE.BIi Diti/Ea(M. • - •• - • •
. • .
AVEgiNSTON , v i r rN•=( -
Tint U(**l wrivAla
it Ninstatigimea gedoasio s, 505O 1 " .
tri baje4,LL' eTMIK
, " ag m
sA • gpxy - - troul.rior,4s. With
fai z era t t i ok -
_pow* or !tattler - Warm.
' WAU L Ut Wg •, 2 r •
•ATHETS BURGH CHICA
trains will.leoe front
Depot, north aide, city
- . .
a. H. WEIISTEB T
t sad Ttfticet Affeat