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OFFICE OP THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
SANtritnAT, December 19,,1868. i
There is but little change to note bathe
general tone of markets, compared with
, last week 3 excepting perhaps that the firm
nesa in grain has relaxed somewhat, and
t hejmpression which prevailed to some
extent that prices were likely to go consid
erably higher, has lost' ground. The de
... "nand for almost eyfrything ,is restricted
mainly to supplying Immediate wants,and,
as a,consequence, the volume of business
continues light. ,
APPLES—The arrivals have increased
somewhatd ring the past two or three
days, but. as yet the demand is' up to the.
3 upply, and ces are maintained. We con
tinue to quot at 58,50 to $a for fair to good
and $4,0 to for prime to Choice.
APPLE UTTER—Unchanged, at 70 to
75 in kegs and 80 to 85 in kegs.
BUTTER—Is hi steady demand, and we
can report regular sales at 38 to 40 for good.
and 43 to 45 for prime to choice.
!- BEANS=-11.3, 50 to 53,75 per bushel.
• BUCKWHEAT FLOUR—Sales at -5 to
' CRA.NBERR‘ lES-123 to 525 per bbl.
CORNMEAL—SaIes; $1 to 51,10 per bush.
COTTON—SaIes 11 bales Tennessee Mid
_ dlings at 23 cts. " '
CHEESE—Unchanged--15 to 20 cts.
DRESSED HOGS—Sales at 10 to 11c.
DRIED FRUlT—Demand fair and mar
. ket 'steady with sales of Peaches at 12 to:13 for
.quarters, and 14 to 15 for halves,and Apples
at 9to 11e. ' • .. '
..' EGGS—DuII, at 30 to 82 cta.
HAY_Sales • at Allegheny Diamond
• Scales of 58 loads at $3O - to $3B. Baled is
still quoted at 523 to 528, on wharf.
HOMINY-56,25 to $6,50 per bbl.
HEMP—quoted at $2lO per ton.
HUSKS—SaIes Corn Husks at 3c.
POTATOES—SaIes of- Peach Blows, in
store, at 85 to 90per bushel.
. GRAlN—Wheat is quiet and unchanged
.• but little offering and but little wanted
--51,g5 for prime No.l Red Winter. Oats in
limited supply and firm at 63' to 64c, on
track, and 66 to 67c for small lots IP store.
', Corn is scarce and in demand, and we'now
quote prime new Ear at 85c, on track, and
90c,•in store. Dealere are 'paying 51,45 to
.51,411 for Rye, but distillers would doubt
' 7-less pay 51,50 for a round- lot. Barley is
quietand nominal at 51,95 to $2 for No.l
--.; i Staltiik.
~..,• LARD—Is firm and' advancing; we now
• quote ' prime kettle rendered at 1734 to 180,
, LARD OIL—No.I Winter Strained Is
.- 'quoted firm at $1,50, in a jobbing way.
TALLOW--Has declined; sale 33 of bbls
rendered at 1030.
PEA NUTS—Unchanged at 52. ' •
SALT—Is firm but uncnanged; AUG
' gheny river brands quoted at $1,85 on track,
'2, and 52 - in store.
1' WHlSKY—Highwines are quoted at 51.
ONIONS—SaIes at $1,50 to 1475.
FEA.THERS--Salesi to the trade at 75 to
t 80 for live geese, and -85 85 to 90 in a retail
'., FLOUR-Inquiet and unchanged. We
;!! continue to' quote Western Flours at 17,50
4 .. to $8,25f0r Spring Wheat, and 59,00 to 59,50
,z 1 for Winter Wheat. The Pearl Mill
,i 1 qiaote their best brands, made of the best
,', Wheat, as follows: Extra Family Flom.,
1. in barrels, at 59,50, and, in sacks, $9,20 per
• barrel; Double Extra Family, in barrels,
;', 440,20, and, in sacks, $9,80 per barrel;
';', Spring Wheat Flour, in barrels, 58,00, and,
b' in sacks, 57,70 per barreL The City Mills
- 'i quote prices 'as follows: Extra Family,
(Winter) in barrels, 59,50, and, in sacks,'
• 59,20 per barrel; Double Extra Family, in'
''. barrels, 510,00, and, in sacks, 59,70 per bar. ,
rel, and Spring, 58,00, in barrels, and 57,70,
in sacks, per barrel.
Financial'Matters in New York
Cold Closed at 135%.
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
• NEW Year, December 19,:1868.
The stringency in money was very severe
during the morning, and also well into the
afternoon. The demand was active on
call; the rates paid were 7 per cent.cur
rency and seven per cent. gold, as well as
• 1-32 per cent. commission in addition to the
legal rate in gold, and 1-32@11-.1.6(g% per
cent. in addition to legal currency. Oa
cs StocklExchangls, at one time, there was a
: difference of 1 / 1 (4) per cent. between cash
and regnrar, and 34 per cent. between cash
'• , and buyers for: thirty days. These high
: rates induced some of the Shylocks-to hold
•;,', their money for still.greater shaves, but to. wardatbree o'clock . the demand lessened
and the market was a little easier, loans be
ing made at 6(4)7 per cent., and finally at 7
. ter cent. currency discount, with the mar
et unsettled and next to nothing doing.
;" Sterling dull at 9%@9%0 per cent. Gold
firmer; opened at' 135%, declined to 135,
advanced to 136 and under the warlike
private telegrami-from Europe closed at
The bank statement is unfavorable, but
the loss in legal tenders is not so large as
; was expected, and in the whole was well
received. The decrease in legal tenders
represents the shipments to the South, and
;' the difference between loss in deposits and
's: in that in loans, specie and greenbacks
shows that in round numbers the banks
have lost -- $5,000,000 in legal tenders-.:and
National' Bank notes during the week.
Mans, $262,434,180; decrease, 8925,964.
7. 4 Specie, $18,643,584; decrease, $497,194. Cir
culation, $34,353,758; increase $147,852.
Deposits, $183,077,228; decrease;s6,26o,lB7.
7, Legal Tenders, $50,796,133; decrease, $3,219,-
,i, 32. .
BONDS AND STOCKS.
! Governments heavy. Coupons 'Bl, 114
, ®114%; do. '62,.110y@110%• do. '64, 10614
' €4106%; do. '65, 107/@10 7%: do. new,
109%f - 6109%; do. '67, 1093,i@109%; do. '6B,
• '• 110@110%; 10-40 s, 105g105y 5 .
State bonds higher; Missonris, 900190%;
Old Tennessee's, 68x@69; New do, 68 1 4©
n ;;6B.,‘;`North Carolinas, 6234@63; Virginias,
651553;. - •
Stocks are strong. New York Central
continuos the great feature and is sustained
by reports of a stock dividend before &mu
' Isry first, and has touched 134, but North
western, Rock Island. and Pacific Mail have'
also materially advanced, the closing quo.
tations being generally up to the highest of
the day. Erie was exceptionally weak.
Fire-M.I7V Prices :—Cumberiand Coal, 37
C 037%; Wells Fargo Express, 25@25%;
American; 44®46; Adams, 48y, ®49; Urn
, ted States, 4534@)46; Merchants 'Union, 15%
015 Y; Quicksilver, 21V,@21%; - Canton, 47
ig4B; Pacific Mail, I 1 43;@115; W. U. Tel
egraph, 353;@,35%; New York Central,
, 133vg134; Erie, 373,1@38; do. preferred,
60d60%; Hudson, 126%®127; Harlem, 420;
Beading, 9797,3 c,; Terre Hatrte, 35@38;
• do. preferred, -60@63;__Wabash, 56©56V,,;
do. preferred, 70(4)72; St. 'Paul l 84. 1 4(684%;
Fort Wayne, 101% ®IOIX Ohio and bliss's.
29MC023, 8 ; Michigan Central, 125 1 ;
Michigan t3outhern, 89(989 1 / 4 ; Illinois Con.
143% Pittsburgh, 840 , 844.4; Toledo,
;1101 VD 101 M; Rock Island, .109%@10914;
; Northwestern, 773/4@77%; de.preferred,
SO V, C 48 0 . 14.
51Ining shares dull; Gregory, 15; Smith
tjr, Parmelee, 330. •
Copper stocks at Boston—Calumet, 50;
Kopper Falls, 14; Franklin,-14; liee!a; 7;
}Elancock, 3%; Minnesota, 2; Qui,ney, 18.1
Exports of gold for .the •week, $272,547;
;Imports for the week—dry goods, $691,940.
The receipts at the Sub-Treasury'p today
were $119,692, - Payments, $530,503; Bal
ance, 00,019 3&3. -' '
youisvrtax, December 19—Sales 47 lids.
- Tobacco lugs to manufacturtog at
inogs C 9,2529 ,50,:gr055. Cotton 2s y,. Mess
Inurk 28. - Lard 171 alB, Bulk . shoulders
.13.1.4; clear ,rib sides 15; clear sides 15%.
i'Wheat : 61,75a1,96. Corn 60. Oats 56a57.
Rye 61.40: Super flour 15,60a5.75. Whiskey
,ta7 free atl l l,oo.
Markets by Telegraph.
NEW Yong, December 19.-Cotton is a
shade firmer, with sales of 3,200 bales at
25%a25%e for reiddling uplands. Flour
receipts, 5,284 bbhi; dull and saloo lower,
with sales of 690 bbls at $6,00a6,35 for su
perfine State and western, $6,70a7,50 for
common to. choice extra State, $4,80a8,00
for do. extra western, $8,50a10,00 for good
to choice white wheat extra, $7,10a9,60 for
common to choice R. H. 0., 17,74%9,00 for
common to fair extra St. Louis, and slo,ooa
12,50 for good to choice do.; closing quiet;
included in the sales were 1,000 bbls good
extra State, for first half of January, at
$7,40; California Flour dull and heavy,
with sales of 160 sks at $5,75a9,50 via Horn,
and $10,50a11,50 via Isthmus. Rye. Flour a
shade easier and more active; sales of 550
1018 at $6,75a8,25. Corn llea 'Quiet. Whisky
quiet at $1,02a1,03 for western free. Wheat
-no receipts; dull and heavy, closing la2c
lower; sales 41,000 bush at $1,58a1,60 for
No 3 spring, the latter an extreme, $1,70 for
Choice No 1 do, and $2,10 for prime amber
Michigan. Rye quiet and steady at $1.55
for western. Barley dull. Barley Malt
quiet. Corn; receipts 27,232 bush; heavy
and one cent' lower; sales 53,000 .bush at
81,12a141.4 for old mixed western in atom
and afloat, 97eali1 for new do, 99ca51,08 for
new prime yellow and slal,oB for new white ;
southern. Oats; - receipts 250 bush; dull '
and heavy; sales 13,000 bush westernaifloat
at 78310; nominal in store at 76c. Rice firm
and quiet at Ba9c. Coffee quiet. Sugar
quiet; sales of Havana. at 113£c. Molasses
dull. Petroleum steady, at 18a1834c for
crude, and 32a32340j0r refined, in bond. •
Itops qrilet and steady. Coal quiet.
Leather; hemlock sole steady at 2834a29c
for Buenos Ayres and Rio Griuide light
and middle weights, Wool quiet and firm,
with sales of 500,000 pounds at 4734a5234c
for domestic fleece, 57%e for combings, 70c
for scoured 41a52c for pulled, and 60c for
tubbed. Linseed oil firm at 98a1,00. Spirits
Turpentine quiet and unchanged. Alcohol
82a2,05. Metals - 7 - Sheeting Copper un
changed at $33; ingot copper dull, at $24,50
a 24,75 for immediate delivery. Pig Iron is
in fair reauest for Scotch at $40a42, and
the market is dull and, drooping. for
American at $33a42; bar dull at $90a95; re
fined English arid American sheet quiet at
$10,50a11,50. Russian nails quiet at 5%a5y..,
for cut; 7,,fa7 for clinch and 27a80 for hone
shoe. Pork steady.and quiet; 1,200 barrels
at $27,50a37,62; new mess $26a26,25; old
mess $20a21,50; prime $25a26; prime mess
$27. Thin mess beef steady; 230 barrels at
$9a16,50 for new plain mess; 614a19 for
new extra mess. Tierce beef quiet at s2Ba
30 for prime mess and 1311137 for India mess;
hams-sales 150 bbls at $30a33. Cut meats
steady; sales 290 packages at 10%all for_
shoulders, 13a16 for hams; middles steady
and quiet; sales 200 boxes at 1435 for lon
clear, 145014% for short ribbed. --
hogs quiet at 1134a113i for western, lly,al2'
for city.. Lard.. quiet; saltis . 6sifercasat 16'.
a 1734 for
ate; 17%a1734 for kettle render=_
ed; also 1,350 tierces steam, seller January,
February andikfireh, at 16Xa17V 3 -.. Butter
Steady, at 25a40c for Ohio. 40a50c for:State.
Cheese firm at 14a19c. Freighte-toLiVer
pool firmer; engagements for 4,000 bush_
wheat at 7% per steam.
Latest-Flour closed dull and a shade
lower. Wheat dull and declining for
spring, quiet and unchatiged for western.
Rye nominally unchanged..., Oats dull and
heavy at 76c in store and 7847834 c for west
ern. Corn quiet at $1,12..10r old mixed
western in store and afloat, 98ca111,00 for
new mixed western. Pork 'Very quiet and
unchanged. Beef quiet and" steady. Cut
Meats quiet without decidedschange. Bacon
quiet. Lard steady at 17i117%c for fair to
prime steam. Eggs at 3439 c.
,DrY Good-s---The market for woolen goads
is:rattier quiet, yet the prices for all sea
sonable styles are well maintained, while
unseasonable can be bought at the same
concession in prices. Balmoral skirts of
certain' makes are being closed out at low
er figures; Bruners A X B are reduced to
18,50 and BB to 17. The market for Cotton
goods is buoyant, with a fair inquiry for
medium and low grades of bleached and
unbleached muslins and printed calicoes.
Atlantic A sheetings advanced to 16; do. H
and Pacific A 1535; Pacific H 15; Atlantic H
13; do. V 13%; do. N 10; Pacific L, fine
shootings, 12a13%; Pocasset K 1234; Laconia
B 12%; Nashua 0 13; Mass. B B 13a133j;
Portsmouth P 9; do. B 7%, and Tremon E
10%. Amoakeag A, Bleached Muslin, 1534;
Androscoggin 16%; Fruit of the Loom 17a
1734; Lonesdale 1636a17; Maxwell 21a214;_
Pepperells 9; do. E 4. Sheetings sell at
4734a50. Prints 123a13 for all popular
makes, while Merrimack D and Cocheco
bring 1334 readily. '
CEEICACIO, December 19.-Eastern
change firm at % off buying and par a 1-
ling. Flour dull, at $5,6234a6,75 for spring
extras: Wheat quiet and easier. at 1,4 , 4 a
2 1 4,3 lower; sales No. 1 at $1,17a1,18, Nol 2
$1,10%a1,113;, closing quiet at $1,10 3 / 4 a1,11
for No. 2; sales No. 2 since 'Change at
$1,1134. Corn dull and drooping and 4c
lower for•new shelled; old neglected and
entirely nominal; sales 44a47c for regular
• and fresh receipts, and 43a4334 for short re
ceipts, closing dull at 44 for regular; kiln
dried quiet. at 52 34 a53 for No. 2, and 50a52
for rejected. Oats quiet and 34c lower;
sales of No. 2 at 423a45c, and reject
ed at 41 , a42 1 %, closing dull at 44%
for No. .... Rye dull and 2a2%c lower;
sales of No. 1 at $1,12a1,13, No. 2at $l,lO,
closing at $1,12 for No. 1 and $l,lO for No.
2. Barley dull and 5c lower- '
sales of No. 2
at $1,45a1,49, closing at $1,45. Highwines
quiet at 94c. Provisions less active. Mess
Pork 12%a13c lower; sales at $26a26,75 for
cash, and $26a26,50 sellers for February and
March, Lard firm at -J.Zial7c for cash,
and 16, 5 8a17 sellers for - January and Febru
ary. Greiffn hams sold at 13a1331, sweet
pickled Mime at 1.4a14%c. Dressed Hogs
active at $10a10,50 dividing on 200 pounds.
The receipts for the past . twenty-four hours
have amounted Lto 7,324 barrels of flour,
41,759 bushels of wheal, 55,630 bushels of
corn; 26,904 bushels of' oats, 5,157 bushels of
rye, 8,858 bushels of barley, 19,633 •head of
hogs. The shipments for the same 'time
were 10,833 barrels of flour, 1,475 bushels
of wheat, 28,480 bushels of corn, 3,948 bush
els °Poets, 2,220 bushels of rye, 1,920 bush
els of barley, 5,298 head of hogs.
- Cattle Market-Cattle steady and firm at
$3,75a5 for . butchers. Cows- and Steers
at $6,12% for .good shipping. Hogs firmer
and a shade higher at $8,90a9,3735.
Cirealista'atilDecemb.er 19 .-Flour,steadY
at $7,50a8,00 for family. Wheat In -moder
' ate demand at $l,BO for No. 1. ciiit firm
at 70a77c; shelled, 73a74c. Oats dull at 63a
64c. Rye dull at '51.48 for No. 1. Cotton
firm at 3335 c for middling. Butter firm at.
30a10c for fair to choice. Eggs, 33c. Cheese
firm at 1734a19c; demand good. Hay firm
at slsalB per ton on arrival. Linseed Oil
held at 81,02, with a fair demand. Lard
firm at 14a15c. Petroleum firm at 29a30c
for refined. Whisky in good demand at
$l. Clover Seed firm at $1,50. Flax dull
at $2. Timothy 'firm at $2,75a3,00. Hogs
firm, and soldat $9a9,60 gross, and $11a11,65
net; receipts, 4,300. Provisions irregular;
a good deal of country stuff offerieg, which
had a dampening influence. 'Mess Pork
held at $28,50, but country was offered
rather freely at $2B, without finding buy
ers for city. Lard held at 1814 c, but good
breads of country sold at 17%, and dull at
that. ' Bulk Meats dull at 11c, 13 1 /c, 14 and
14%c for sido; not much demand for clear.
Bacon; sides wanted, but none are out of
smoke. 'Sugar Cured Hams in but light
demand at 17a174c. Orpoi Meats sold at
10a13%c for shoulders, sides and hams.
Gold, 135 buying.`Exchange dull at
. 1 ,4a1-10
discount. buying. The demand for money
continues pressing at 10a12 per cent. for the
best paper. •_ -
ST. Louis, December-19.-Tobacco, noth
ing deing. Cotton and. Hemp, nothing de
ing. Flour quiet and unchanged; 'sales of
super at $5,5046,50, extra $6,80a7,40, treble
extra $8,75a9,00. Wheat stiff at 41,67 a
1,67101,75 for prime fall, and $1,95a2,10
choice do. Corn depressed and lower;
sales at 54a68c for white and mixed, and
end_7sc for faney white. Oats fiat at 50a58e.
Barley unchanged at $2,50 for fall. Rye
$1,25a1,30, the latter price extreme. Whis
key firm at 95c. Pork firm at $27,50a28,00,
the latter for extra heavy. Bulk Meats -
Aim at 10Ma10,,io for dry salt shoulders,
14c clear rib sides, 14,, , ,a15c clear sides.
Bacon nominal at 12}4c for shoulders, 17c
clear sides, rind 2730 sugar cured hams.
Lard 'firm a4l73ic for ehoide keg. Hogs in
brisk demand and prices stiff, ranging at
r Ba9c, and a few choice at 10c.
NEW OnLV4.lcrs, December 19.—Flour dull
and lower,. With sales superfine at 57a8,12;
double extra at 57,25, and treble extra at
57,75. Corn easier at 80a82c. Oats dull at
63c. Bran dull at '51,40. Hay—no prime
choice in market; fair sold for $24a25.
Pork active at 529. Bacon scarce, but is
retai at 13mo fir shoulders, 183ic for
clear ri bs, lin and 19140 for desk sides Lard
active, with sales tierce at 18jgc, and keg
at 19c. Sugar drooping; common at 9a930;
prime at 12a12qc; yellow clarified at 13a
,13 1 4 c. Molasses dull and declined; com
mon at 59a55c; prime at 60a62c, and choice
at 63a66. Whisky scarce and firm; western
rectified at $1,15a1,17W. Coffee unchanged.
Cottoh tit higher, with sales middlings at
23V,a233ic; sales-. 8,200 bales; receipts
-8,427 bales; exports--16,706 bales.
TOLEDO, December 19.—Flour market
quiet. Wheat ' quiet—white unchanged;
amber lc lower; spring grades ashade bet
ter, with sales white Michigan at 51,81; am
ber at $1,77; No. 1 spring at $1,35; ' amber,
seller for • January, at 5L77. Corn dull—
old unchanged; new 4a60 lower; ..old No. 1
at 86c, and new at 603i61c; new rejected' at
Waft. Oats drill: Rye unchanged. " Bar
ley quiet. Dressed Hogs firm and nn
changed at $10a10.50. Clover Seed 50c bet
' ter, with sales at 58,25a8,50.
PHILADELPHIA, December 19.—Clover
Seed advanced to $7,75a8. Flour dull and
declined 25c, lowa, Wisconsin and Minne
sota extra family 57,25a8,25, Ohio do. $8,75a
10,50. Wheat . dull, red 51,9040, amber
$2,10a2,15 for choice, Kentucky white 52,25.
Oats in good demand; sales of western at
780. Petroleum feverish, .refined nominal
at 30c. Provisions held firmly at yester
day's advance. Whisky dull at 51,01a1,03.
CLEVELAND, December 19.—Flour; the
market is steady and unchanged. Wheat
is held at 51,87 fot No. 1 red winter, and
N 0.2 do at 51,70. Corn Is held at 90a92c fOr
old No. 1 shelled, and ear at 70e. Oats 82c.
Rye, $1,30a1,35, Pork is firm and active;
sales 50 bbls at 59,50 fig good to choice.
Petroleum; the market is unchanged and
firm: refined is held at 27a28c In car lots,
and 29a30c in trade lots.
BUFFALO, Dec. 19.—Flour inactive and
unchanged. Wheat very dull; sales 300 bu
No. 2_Chicago spring at $1,40. Corn dull
and unchanged. Oats inactive at 65a660 for
western asked. Rye'—sales 5 car lots Can
ada at $1,45 delivered. Barley—Canada
four_ rowed nominal at $2. Pork firm and
heavy; mess .g27. ' wholesale $26. Lard dull
at 16Xa17c. Dressed hogs dull and un
- _,MliAteug..Es., December 19,—Flour dull
airdweak: Wheat lower MAW& -for-No
-and $llO l 4 - for - No - 2. — Clats dull and nomi
'nelly-utchand. Corn dull and nominal.
Rye lower at $l,lO for No 1. Barley steady
at fl,5Q' for No 2. Receipts-1,000 bbls
flour, 27,000 bush wheat, 4,000 bush oats,
2 , oo obnsirbornid,ooo bush rye. Shipments
—3,000 bbls flour, I,ooo,bush wheat.
Mmarms, December Ill.—Cotton firmer
at 2334 c; receipts—l,s23 bales; exports
-634 bales. Flour at $7a7,28 for superfine.
Corn at 65a70c. Oats at 65a6734c. Hay at
$l3. Bran at $24a25. Pork at M, *mess.
Lard at 17a173rc. Bacon nominal. Bulk
Meats brisk; shoulders at ile, and clear
sides at 15yae.
NASHVILLE. December 19.—Cotton very
active; low middlings 31%; good ordi
IMPORTS BY RAILRAOD.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE tt CHIOA
RAILROAD, December 19.-400 bbls Bo r,
owner; 100 do do, McKay & Bro; 50 o
highwines, M McCullough, Jr & Co; 1 r
barley, J M Carson & Co; 200 bbla floe .
Culp & Shepard; 200 do do, Watt, Lang
Co; 100 do do. Shomaker & Langebheim
cars bulk hams, W B Hays & Son; 300 bbls
flour, 1 car corn, D Wallace; 100 bbls flour,
Haworth & Dewtiurst; 49 bbls highwines,
Shipton dc Wallace; 15 doz brooms, W M
Gormly; 5 do do, .1 A Renshaw; 40 eke
buckwheat flour, Woodworth & Davison;
1 car grain, W J Meek; 29 aka rags, God
' fray & Clark; 134 bbls apples, Jere Doran;
21 bbls eggs, 20 half bbls beater, Graff It
Reiter; 10 bblifflonr. Loyd It Black; 12 bbls
eggs, W H Graff & Co; 1 car corn, Bricker
& Co; 20 bga buckwheat -flour, J B Camp.
bell; 26 bdls hides, Hays t Stewart; 25 bag
cheese, W H Kirkpatrick; 4 cases lard, J B
Sneathen; sdo do, J K Llppencote; 8 pkgs
candle% 5 do starch, 1 do lard, Lewis & Mc-
Clure; 5 bas candles, 3 cases lard, J Mills &
Sons; 12 tcs hams, F Sellers .dc Co; r car
corn; Robb & Herron; 1 car staves, MeCul
lough,,S & Co; 28 bdls paper, Hostler &
Smith;sl car staves, M P Adams dt Son; 46
cars metal, Nimick & Co; 7 do do, Wood,
Son & Co; 7 'do do, Bryan &Caughey; 7 do
do, John 'Moorhead; 1 do tillets, Miller,
Barr & Parkin.
CLEVELAND AND Pr/TM:MOH RAIL
ROAD, December 19.-4 cars iron ore,
Graff, Byers .1z Co, 41 pkgs wine, N Young;
1 car iron ore, Bryan dt Caughey; rdo do,
Shoenberger ..t, Blair; 4 do do, Zug dit Co; 50
bblS oil, Tohn . Spear; 2 bbls wine, W Clark,
30 sks oats, 3 palls butter, A Black; 2 dozen
chars, Hammer dr, Dallier; 44 sacks • corn,
Brown& Williams; 1 car staves; W Hast
ings; 1 bbl oil, Wallace, Cavitt dt Co; 2 bbls
kraut, S W Brush; 6 hods,F Bertsch; 8
kgs apple butter, Graff &Riter; 4 dressed
hogs, J P Hanna & Co; 1 bbl, 1 EA bbl nuts,
J P Thompson; 32 sks rye, T Collins; 3 bbls
scrap Iron, Jones (V. Laughlin.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD DeCeM
tier 19.-320 Obis oil, Fisher dc Bi•ci; 160 do
do, McKelvy & Bro; 320 do do, Iloldship &
Co: 45 sks oats, Adams & Austin; 39 do
corn, D Curry; 71 do do;Bingham & Laing;
52 do do, Scott & Gisal; 50 do oats, J W
Fairley; 5 bbls meal, W France &Son; 34
ski flour, 4 bbls apples, 2 do eggs, Voigt.
Mahood & Co; 45 bags rye, W J Meek; 1 car
grain and flour, 11 Gormley; 15 aka buck
wheat flour, Geo Stewart; 6 bbls flaxseed.
W.ll Kirkpatrick & Co; 15 sks oats, Keil &
Ritchart; 1 car spruce pine, J B Stewart; 2
cars metal, McKnight, Porter & Co; 1 do
iron, P Constantine.
ALLEGHENY STATION, December 19.-
1 car'ear corn, 400 eke flour, Geo Stewart;
14 bales cotton, A 0 France; 4 do do, Ken
nedy, Childs & Co; 2 cars wheat, W Mc-
Kee;,2 cars ttiiddlings, M Steel & Son; 18
bdls bides; ;A & J Groetzlnger; 11 bgs buck
wheat flour, G - Meyers; 7 dodo, S Dyer; 44
do do, Joseph‘Craig; 140 Elks barley, J W
Kennedy; 1 car iron ore, Spang, Chalfant &
Co; 10 bbls apples, S Dyer; 8 bgs corn meal,
S C McMasters; 8 bbls eggs. John Herbert;
12 bales Mips, Smith & Co; 89 bgs mid
dlings, Rose & Ewing; 15 do do, Voightly
' OFFICE OF CITY 'ENGINEER, 7 -
Allegheny City,Dec. 17, MIL (
'NOTICE.-The Assessments for
AA Grading and Raving
RIVER AVENUE ,
late Bank lane, from Union alley to McFadden
street; also for Ur..ding and Paving of
from River avenue to Weal Penns - vivant& Railroad,
both in the Eighth Ward, are now 'emir for exami
nation, and can be seen at this oillee till
Friday, December 25t1t, Is6S,
when they will be returue'd to the Street Commis
sioner for collection. -
dell:b62 CRAq. DAVISJUIt:
LI Weise take notice that the re pun orthe ‘•lesr. ,
era In the matter of opening LANIAIER AVENUE,
In the CIO of Plttaburati. as modified by the court
has been placed lu my hands. The. assessments. If
not paid on or before JAN UAEr oth, A. U. 18139
will be tiled as liens lit accordance with the law In
such ease made and provided.. -. •
J. SLAULE, City Attorney.
Pittsburgh. December sth. 1808. del
•Orften OF CITY P'I4:6INEEII AND'PATIIVEYOII,
ermnunan, December 14. MS.. , 1
NOTICE. --- THE ASSESS MENT
f'r the Nlcolson Pavement on'. Sixti(
street, from Liberty street t, the suspension bridge
Is now ready for examination. and enn•be seen t I
this Once until THURSDAY. December 21, 1689.
when It will be returned to,_ the City Treneureri—,
office fur collection. . .H. J. idoußE,
debl:b4o Vity Engineer._
PIG LEAD-500 Pigs Soft Galena
In store wad for sale by
/ 19 /Z_ a. H. 415.Nrnmp
ON DAY, DECEMBER 21, IRE
The river' was about .stationary leat
evening with six feet in- the channel by
the Monongahela marks. Weather warm
and pleasant; had lame rain early in the
No arrivals to roport.. The Messenger,
fiom St. Louis, is among the first boats
The Glendale, for St. Lents. and the
Mary Davage and barges, for New Orleans,
departed on Saturday with fair trips and
engagements below. -
• The Grey Eagle departed for Parkers
COM. W. J. Koontz returned from St.
Douts on Friday, where ha spent several
days in adjusting th Great . Republic diffi
culties. Aftertiein docked, she will again
enter the St. Louis d New Orleans trade.
Capt. Donaldson, in command.
The Armenia, Capt. A. C. McCallum, Sr.,
is now in turn for New Orleans, and wil
be the first boat out.
The Loren, Capt. Sam. Shuman, will be
the first boat out for St. Louis, and passen
gers and . shippers should bear this in
The Camelia, Capt. Thomas Poe, is an
nounced for Nashville. .
—The Leonidas a d Champion were ad
verilsed to leave Cl cirtnati for Pittsburgh
—The Sandy Val ey has laid up in New
Albany, for the. pose of having her
machinery transfer ed to the Sandy Val
ley now being constructed at that place.
—A ring in New Orleans are endeavor
ing to get an ordinance ,through the Coun
cil, by which the members of it will get
control of the revenues' of the city
In the United States District Court at
Cinetnnati, the old practice of that Court
has been resumed. When a suit is brought
for - seamen's wages, the captain or clerk of
the boat is.required to appear before an at
tachinent is issued.
—A. little girl was seized by an alligator,
nearßayou Sara, Louisiana, a few days
since,' and a blackman, who attempted to
rescue her,and for that purpose pursued the
monster into the water, was hiinself seized
by another alligator and devoured.
—Mr. Hedrick, the gentleman who was
accidentally drowned last Thursday, at
Gallipolls, by falling between the Fleet
wood and Mountain Boy, had on his per
son ?.3,500 in money, , and a number of val
uable:papers. He was on his way to Kan
sas tO purchase land.
—Near St. Charles, on White river, the
Liberty, while on her last downward trip,
picked up a thirty-foot long snag, which
tore through the deck on the larboard,
diisiP by the cutwater. It broke the jack
staff,,but the boat backed the unwelcome
customer gently out, and no important
—A Cairo dispatch, under date of Friday,
says; - Above Cairo the ice is plentiful but
soft. The Silver Cloud is aground on Jim
Smith's. The Wild Duck and barges are
at St. Genevieve. The Silver Lake at Her
rin's Landing, The Nightingale is just
starting over Hat Island Bar. •
—The Madison Courier, says: The par
ties wrecking the McCullough are progress
ing slowly. They have a line reaching
from the wreck to the shore, which is about
two feet from the water. Boats going up
or down must take - the Kentucky side.
The Groesbeck came near running over
the line yesterday. A note from Jas. Coch
'rane requests us to notify steanaboatmen to
bear this in mind.
—We clip the , following from th , e Cincin
nati Gazette of Ftiday: We understand
that Capt. C. A. Dravo and, Mr. Charles
Kilgonr will o Louisville to-day to get
the steamer John Kilgour for the Pitts
burgh trade in place of the St. Charles.
We heard some time ago that Capt. Benson
was going to quit the boat. Capt. Dravo
will certainly have a boat in the Pittsburgh
trade before the term of charter of the St.
Charles expires. L e
—The St. Louis Democrat says:
distance by water between Pittsburgh and
St. Louis is 1,200 iniles; between St. Louis
and Jefferson, on Red river, 1,610 miles.
Numerous -steamers run Wand make money
in the former trade. Why should they
not also in the latter? The route the entire
distance is through a country of great pro,
ductiveness, and the "way business alone
would soon become of great importance.
The Ida is now probably on her way back
from Red river, having taken a full cargo
there from St. Louis. -The Silver Lake has
gone with all the Ireight she can accommo
—A St. Louis dispatch,ip under date J_
Friday, says: Arrived—:none. 'Departed
Lexington and ComMonwealth, -to New
Orleans. The river is-falling, but, more
slowly, and the ice is disappearing fast.
The weather is very mild. The river is
open to. Keokuk, and boat will leave for
that point to-morrow The steamer G.
IflePorter, while engaged in relieving the
barge Great Repulall, aground near the
Arsenal, this afterno n, ran on the wreck
of the Clara Dolson, k hcked a hole in her
hull, and sunk in 6 feet of water. She will
be raised. Capt. H- R Hazlett has bought
the Groat Republic f0r.532,000, assumed her
lirbilities, and will have the management
of her. She will probably go to Mound
City:for repairs. The Lady-Xlay got afloat
to-day, and left for Cairo.
LOUISVILLE, Deeernber 19.—Itiver sta
tionary. Five fees nine inches water in
Canal. Weather clear and
FOR - EVANSVILLE, 1.:
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS—The
Cipt. S. Stian.izr.
THUItSDAY, 240114 . 5 t.
For freight or passage apply on hoard or to
FLACK & COLLIIIOWOOD,
pITTSHURGH, z ar ia t
Marietta and Parkers4nrg Line.
Leave Confpanrs Wharf Boat, foot of Wood street,
DAILY, AT 12 M.
MONDAYS. AND THURSDAYS,
,A. 13. liinzillsnD. Master.
• WDDNICSDAYS AND' BATITIIDAYS,
GREY EAGLE " 'C. , L. BaszprArr,'ltlaster.
Freight will be received 'at all b ore 4 - 1
sem JAMES COLLINS,r Assist.
. . ,
OR MEMPHIS ANDz i gr a t .
ARNIEXIA Capt. A.X. bI • CALLest.
will leave for above ports on the first. rise of the
For freight or passage apply on tioard or to
ANERICAN 131141ARD TABLES,
/SD COMBINATION OUBBIONN.
Undlsputsbly the best in 'use. NEW IMPROVE
MENTK, Patented Nov. 20th, 1807. and April
21st, 1868. Everything relating to billiards of the
best quality and lowest prices always on hand.
Our ISE W CUE T121211E8, Patentel May sth,
1868, price 52.50—a great success.
Illustrated. rice lista sent on application. Address
P_BELAN & COLLEINDEIL
63, 63,,07 and 69 CROSBY !fr.. Now York City
J. 2. SWINT J. N. /MATT
QWIIIIT, BRATT 6.4 CO.,
• ARCHITECTURAL AND r. •
No;63•Sandusky Allegheny, Pa.
A large assortment of NICWICL_PO7 8 and . BAY.
L STEM constantly on hand. _
descripUoush done. 0c9;11N1
INO. FLACK, or •
J. 1). CULLING WOOD. Agents
• :" "111:ST NATIONAL BANK, PITTSETIRGIf,
- Dacember 17th, HMS. C
rar''THE A NIVITAL ELECTION for
NINE DIRECTORS of this Bank to serve for
the ensuing yea... Neill oe held at the Banktnu House
corner of FIrTH AVENUE and WOOD S MEET,
OR TUESDAY, January 13, 111119, between the
hours of 11 A. K. and 2P. ix. •
dsia.bs9 J. D. SCULLY. Cashier.
MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS NAT. BANE, I
PITTSBURGH, Dec. 12. 1868.
rgrTll - E ANNUAL ELECTION
for IMBECTOBS of this Bank will take
place et the BANNING HOUSE. corner of First
and Wood streets; on. TUE•DAr. January 12th •
1869. between the boars of 11 A. at. and 2 P. M.
del4:bU JOHN SCOTT. orn 'Cashier.
THUM NATIOXAL BANK OF rt7TSBURGII. PA., I
December 12th, 1868: I
fgrELECTION NOTICE.--- The
- Annual Election of I.lrtetors of this Bank
to eerie during the ensuing year, will tak place at
the Bank, ou TUESDAY, January 12th, 1800. be
tween the hours of 10 A. M. and 3 P. sr.
de14:038 JOHN B. LITI GSTON, Cashier.
UNION N ATION AL BANK. j
Pittsburgh, Dec. 12, 1869. 1
rgy-NoTrcz.--The Annual Elec-
TION for DIRECTORS to aerve for the en.
suing year will be held at the Banking Rouse, on
TUFA-DAT. January 12th, 1669, between the
hours or 1 and a P. it.
.R. EL SMITE. Cashier.
MNANIANICS NATIONAL ISATIN. I
Plosburab: Dec. 31, 1888. (
far A N ELECTION FOR DIIIEC•
TORS of this Bank will January at the
Banking - House, .on TUESDAY, l2tric
/889. betweeu the hours of 12 sr. and 1 P. B
JORN G. MARTIN,
ALLEOIICNT NATIONAL BANK,
i Dec. 12,
LE IBB. f
gr THE ANNUALD ELE CT I O N
of Directors to serve during the ensuing
year will be held at the Banking House on TUBS.
DAY. January 12th, 1889, between the hours .
11A. ItI• and 2 1. B.
PEOPLR'S NATIONAL. BASR,OF PITTSBURGH, }
cember IL % 1868.
r THE ANNU AL ELECTION
for ELEVEN DIRECTORS of this Bank
will be held at the Banking House on TUESDAY,
January /3, 1869, between the hours of 11 A. it
and 1 r. it.
deiS:Nt E.M. , GORDON, Cashier. ,
• 'S NIONAL BANK,
Prrrsbuncm,TRADESMEN Decem AT
ber 1:1, /b6B.
rgrTHE ANNVAL IL ELECTION
for ELEVEN,DIRECTORS will be held'at
the Banking Home on TUESDAY. January l2,
1869, between the hours oflo and IS! A. A.
de15:1142 CYRUS CLARKE. Cashier
EXCIIAI'iGE NATIONAL BANK OP
PITTSBURGH, December 12, 1862. 5
''The Annual Election of Di
rectors for this Bank will take blase at
the Bank on TUESDAY. January 12th, 1260, be
tween the hours of 12 o'clock, sc. and 3 o'clock
P. xi. H. M. MURRAY,
I ALLEGHENY -COUNTY AG—
RICULTURAL SOCIETY' ANNUAL
MEETIbBe—The Annual Meeting or the Allegheny
County Agricultural Society will be held on
THURSDAY, January Ttb, at No. 10 St. Clair
street, at 10 o'clock A. at., at which time an elec
tion for Directors for the ensuing year will be held.
The Board or Managers will hold their monthly ,
meeting on WEDNE'SDAY. December 30th, at -10
o'clock A. If., at the same place.
dela - JOHN E. PARKE. Piesldent.
ggrPENIIi STLYA NIA R AILROAD
MEET, COMPANY. TREASURER'S ;DEPART.
PnlLADlcx.rnu. Pa.. Dee. 3, 1888
NOTICE TU STOCKHOLDERS—The Second In.
ointment on the New Stock, subscribed for nude
resolution of the Board of Directora of May 1868
Is now due.
Unless paid on or before the 15th lmst., the
- stalment will not draw lts Proportion of dlvldent ,
due May, 1809, one those paying up all the remain
Mg Instalments will receive fall dividends in May
next. TRONIAS T. FIRTH,
TREABI:IHEE'S DEPLIIPMEN T.
PHILADELPHIA. NOT. 2, 1 868.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The Board of Directors have THIS DAY declared
a semi ;- annual dividend of FIVE PER CENT. on the
capital stock of the Company, clear of National and
State taxes, Payable In cash, on and alter Novem
ber 30, MS. •
Blank powers of attorney for collecting alvldende
can be had at the office of the Company, 338 StSIITH
Toe °Mee will he opened at 8 A. M. and closed at
4 p. st., from November 30th to December sth
for tire payment of dividends, and after that date
from 9 A. Si. to 3 P. M.
THOMAS T. FIRTH. Treasurer,
tarnlN THE MATTER OF OPEN
ING LOCUST STREET. IN THE CITY
OF PITTSBURGH—AII owners of Lots, or other
nervous interested in the BURIAL GROUNDS on
STEVENSON STREET, one belonging to the AZSO
- Reformed Church, known as KERK'S GRAVE
YARD, and the other to the Catholic Church,
known as the CATHOLIC GRAVC YARD, are
hereby notified that they are required to remove
h heg m u n u th w fr h m this date
will sbeer r e
m a o r y enb y r emeo u v n d
er wth nenthh ot h m ve
b he n
appointed Commissioneri for that purpose. Said
Street is forty •eight feet wide, and extends along
the line betweenthe said Burial;Grounds about one
half off each. Alt necessary information can be had
by application -to either of the Co 1:12M iseloners.
'The Commissioners will meet for consultation
with Lot Owners, on MONDAY, December SW,
1568, at 10 o'chmk, - A. Sc.. at the City Engineer's
Office, Market Building, third story.
• Ti. KELLY,
Fittshurgli,' Dec, 4, 1868. M.
lEr . Ull, Practical Cook,
espeetfully announces to the public that he all
On Saturday and Monday Next,
Open to the public the
DELMONICO RESTAURANT ,
FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY.
bel l his m ar w st h
afurnabislhe via ndswhich the market or the season affords. The
LIQUORS, WINES of various dates, ALE, BEER,
etc , will he their own recommendalion.
FOsrdvarsf owin,e Co ol h i e n e tofofo r W edd nprompdythnedr
cheaply attended to, requesting patronage.
WANTED -ON COMMISSION,
ONE HUNDRED TONS OF
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
The-highest market prices and quick sales
guaranteed. Mark packages distinctly and send
voices by mail.
H. P. BALLARD Si. CO.
Commission Merchants, 3311 Washington str
New York. ' noViani
CHOICE SPRING AND FALL,
In store and for sale b►
3ir.AlStitat •HA RPiB,
nob no LIBERTY STREET. `.
ALLECMENT PA., I
OFFICE D . ec. 12. 1 666.1
ALLEGIIENY CITY COl4PllO—
BONDS IVA.NTF.D.—Persons holding
Compromise Bonds of the CRT of Allegheny, PA,
are hereby notified that the Sinking Fund for 1808
will he Invested In said Bonds at the lowest rates
offered. Proposals Wi be received by the under
signed until FRIDAY; anuary Ist, 1669.
. D. 111.A.CPE It RON.
del2:h47 i'seasureno the City orAlleglieny. Pa.
CITY OF ALLIGIIENr. PA—
TREASIJIMIt'S OFFICE, Wee. 121, 10.68.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
the holthrs of the SIX" PER CENT. MUNICI
'AL BON its of the City of Allegheny. that the
Con,ons on baiti Bonds coming due January Ist.
1.869, will impala on and day. (Jess Lae State tax.)
at the Bank of Pittsburgh, in the city of Pittsburgh,
de15:b4.9 Treasurer or the City of Allegheny, Pa.
FRESEI - Pul.
PItICSa still continues to Ad MI clty and coun
try orders for •
FRESH WHITE LAKE FISH, SALMON AND BASS.
Bend to No. 45 DIAMOND MARKET. Pitts.
burgh; or his old well known TWIN ()ITT tiTAND,
FINE SEED WHEAT.
AT 349 LTBEItTY ST.
ITITOTICOOL Mee!MERV & Ch
'BEEN OIL CLOTH FOR WIN
DOW SHADES—We are now manufacturing
article th a n Le yonaat superior In finish, erid, a
s lower can had or any Eastern manu
facturers. Dealers will and it .totixele interest to
examine oar goods before purchasing elsewhere.
. . . J.. &.. M. - PHILLIPS, '' '
moat . so Iwo A 5 Vlsitilit9 l hinaerlytis. ww,
CHANGE of TlBl.E.ammi:
a.LEGEEINY VALLEY RAILROAL
On and after MoNaar November 9111,
TWO TRAINS DAILY will leave Pittsburgh
tlon, corner ofEleventh and Pike streets for Frank..
. Lin, 011 City, Buffalo, and all points in the.oll Be.
..t.RAVE PHrisBuRGH. rir PITTSBURGH.
Mall. • ..•• 7:15 a all - 5:40 pat
Express .. ... 7:10 pis xpress.... —.03:30 aWI
Bradrs Ac 3:00p radys Pod Ac 10:30 ant
Ist Soda Works st Soda Works
Accomod'n.. 10:50 a Aceomoda , n. .8.20 aat
Soda Works d Soda Works _
Accomoern .. 5:00 p to, Accomoda , n . 3:40p at
Church Train leave it eburgh at 1:10 r, st.
rive at Pittsburgh at 0:00 A. M.
Passengers taking express train have but one
change of cars between Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Ott -
Regions. Mall and Express 'name step only aft
principal points 'Mixed Way and Accommodadoll -
trains stop at all stations.
_ THOMAS M. RING, Ass% Sup't.
W. FOSTE R HOPE. Ticket Agent. nee
CINCINNATI AND ST.
1119 RAILWAY. f
PAN HANDLE BotrrE.
CHANGE DP TIME:-0n and after 81:114DAT:
Nov.22d, MB, trains Will leave and arrive at the
nion Depot, u follows, Pittsburgh time:
epart. , Arrive.
Mall Express ... .D
3:13 a, m._151:13 a. 30.
Fast .Line - 10:13 a. m. , 1:33 p. la.
Past Express . 8:58 p. m. 151:18 a. En.
Mixed Way 5:40 a. m. 6:43 p. in.
McDonald's Acc'n, No. 1.. 11:519 a. m. 8:33 p.m,
Steubenville decommod'n. 3:38 o. cu. 9:48 a. ta.
Ate.' Donald's n. No. 2.. '6:08 15. m. 3:18 3. xis
Air' S:5B p. m. express will leave daily. ' I
19:13 P. M. Ala will arrive daily.
The 10:13 a. m. Train leaves daily, Sundays &t o'
cepted, and makes close connections at Newark tor
Zanesville, and points on Sandusky, Siansileld &
Newark R. R. ,
CARD. SCULL, General L Ticket Agent.
r`W. W. Sup't., Steubenville. Ohio.
no? 1 .
and after Nov, 25th, 1565, Trains will sr►
rive at and depart from the, Union Depot, corner of
Washington and Liberty streets, as follows:
Mail Train.;.: 1:30 miDay Express.. 2:30 art
Past Line 2.40 a m Wall'a No. 1.. 6:30 ant
Wail's No. 1.. 6 AO am' Jiall Train . S:16113
BrinionAcc'n. 7:50 a m • Cineinnati,Ex 19:35 pi!
Wall's No. 2.. 850 a m John s t o wn 2..11:20 pm t
Cincinnati Ex. 9:40 a m Ae. 3:25
Johnstown Ac.lo:3lla m Braddocks Noi 4:20 psi
Baltimore Ei. 1.45 p m Phila. Express 5:10 pm
Phßa. Express 2:05 pmWall's No. 8.. 5:20 pis
Wail's No. 3, 1:30 p m Wall's No. 4.. 6:15 pm -
Braddocks No,l 5:50 p m Past Line 7:50 pat
Wall's No. 4: 7:25 p m Wall'sßo. b.. 11:00 p a
Way Passen'r.lo:2o p m
The Church Train leaves Wall's Station every
Sunday at 9:15 a. m.,,reaching Pittsburgh Cl 10:041 .
a. in. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at 1.2:50 p. m.
and arrives at Wall , . Station at A:OOp.• m. Express leaves daily. AR other tralap
daily except Sunday.
Nor further information apply to -
W. H. BECKWITH, Agent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as.
mune any risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap.
pare!, and limit their responsibility to One Btuidrea
Dollars in value. All Baggage exceeding that
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner. Int":
less taken by special contract.
, EDWARD H. wrizaum
no= t General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
-1 1 5 M17.013, POET
W. AND CLEVELAND •
Prom Nov.• 23d, 188 S
and arrive at .the Union
time, as follows:
Chicago Ex.... 3:03 am
Cleveland Ex.. 3:03 am
Erie & rgn 1:28 a In
Cl. Wb_'Blll'l 6:28 am
Chicago Nail.. 6:58 aEa
Chicago Ex„..10:08 a m
Cl. & Wh'it Ex. 2:23pm
Chicago Ex,.. 2:43 pm
Wh. Erie Ex. 4:63 p
Depart from Alkeheny.
Brigt'n Ac. 8:58 a m
Leetsdale "110:26 am
" 11:58 a m
Rochester " 1:33 pm
Wellsrle Ace... 3:3Bpm
Leetsdale Ace. 4:13 p m
N. Brigt'n " . 5:33 pmi
N. Brigt'n " . 6:2Bpm
Leetsdale " 10:43pm
• day church... 1:13P m
Sa- 2:43 p. m. Chicag.
Aro- 11:5$ a. m. Chic&
*/1-No Sle e pi n g care
Chicago. ars w
oils and Chicago.
F. B. MYEBS, General
.—On and after - Nov. 22d, 1868, the Pas.'
senger Trains on the Western' Pennsylvania Rail.
road will arrive at and depart from the Federal
Street Depot, Allegheny City, as follows:
Arrive. .Depart ' •
Springd'e No 1 6: 4 0 a m Mail 7:00 ail.
Freeport No. 1 8:20 a m!Freeport No.l 9:15 all
Express 1040 am i Sharpb4 N 0.111210 a 3a
Sharpb , g No.l 1:25 p mExpress 2:45 pm
Freeport No. 2 4:00 p ISpringd l e Nol 3:20 plat
5:55 pm Freeport No. 2 5:20 p m
Springd'e No 2 6:45 ozn ISpringd'e No 2' 7:10 par
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junct. every
Sunday at 7:40 a. in., reaching Allegheny City at
9:50 a. in. Returning, leaves Allegheny City at .
1 20 p. in. and arrive at Allegheo- Janet. at 3:45
ComierrrAmON Timms—For sale in packager of.
Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut street,
Herr's, Bennett, Pine Cree st o ppingd Sharpsburgs
and good only on the trains t Stations spe•
deed on tickets.
The trains leaving - Allegheny City 'at 7:00 a. m.
make direct connection at Freepori with Walker
line ofSt ages for Butler and Hannahstown: Throwgh.
tickets may be purchased at the 011ic! No. 3 St..
Clair street near the Suspension Bridge:T . ittsburirk
and at the Depot, Allegbeav
For farther Information apply to
JAMES - LEFFERTS, Agent,
Federal Street Depot
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not as.
some any risk for Baggage, except for !wearing ap.
parel, and limit their responsibility to One Hundred.
Dollars in value. AU baggage exceeding this
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, nn•
less taken by special contract.
EDWARD H..WILLIAIM •
Gen.val Sonerintendent. _Altoona. Pa.
SM O 14Mt HIL L
ROU UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY'
The SHORTEST AND MOST RELL&iB• E 4
from the East to all points to •
Two 'Trains leave state Line and Leavenwo-t
PacificySundays excepted, Line and
arrival ol train. ••
Railroad from St. Louis, and Etunibal and
St. Jo . Railroad from Quilhcy, connectino at Law
rence, Topeka and Wamego with Bt.:l,ca for all.
points in'Eansas. At ant of track west of
worth with the UNITED ATES EXPRESS COY.
'PAADE ,XDRAI S LY OLANC H E
ESFO R ERLAND AW,
DM N . T. A -rcIN-4
And all Points ie l the Territories s
And with SANI)E.RSON'S TAT-WEEKLY LINE Of
COACHES for Fort Union,Bent's Fort, Pass, .
reztt.,.. i S c irta Fe, and all points In Arizona
With the recent 'additions .of rolling stock saii
equipment, and- the arrangements made with re
sponsible Overland Transportation 'Lines from
western terminus, this road now oilers unequalled
facilities for the transmission of freight to the irai
'Mat. - -
Tickets for sale at all the principal vilices la tb*
United States and Canadas
Be sure and ask for tickets via THE 8310EY
HILL HOUTA, UNIO.N PACIFIC RAILWAY
EASTERN DIN 'SION, -
TO_ LIVERPOOL ANDsgar
Numbering sixteen. first-slaw 'remelt, among theri
the celebrated • • •
CITY OF PARIS,_ CITY OP ANT
CITY OP BOSTON. CITY Or BALTV:&.
• CITY OF LONDON, •
Sailing EVERY SATURDAY, from Pier 45, North
Don apply to
Elver, New Yet*? • Par passage or Rusher Jurors's.
• WILLIAM BINGHAM" Jr.
iromanro maw. tow...va s
, .Noo7 ow*, rusi vMe t fAitaluok
On and aftei TUESDAY, Vroyember, 17th. 1866
trains will arrive at and depart from toe Depot Mt.
ner of Grant and Water streets p,. , as follows:ws,
Mall to and from tinionn De
s. 7:00 a. as. 6 A
:00 P. lee
3f cßeesportAccommodt'n.ll:oo N. 2115 F.
E.X. to and from Ilniont'n. 3:00 p. N. 10:10 A. Mir
West Newton Acconunod'n 4:30 p; .Nt. 8:35 A.
Braddock'e Accommodat'n 6:15 P. N. 7:50 P. la
Night Ace. to McEeesport.lo:3o P. N. 6:45
Sunday Church Train to and
from West Newt0n.....,., 1:00 P. M. 1.9:1M) 4.. 111`
For tickets apply tn
W. B. STOUT, R. /11313, Agent.
, Superintendent. no2o .
ATNE & CHICAGO B.
PITTSBURGH R. B.
trains will leave
Depot, north Attie, clip
!Chien° . 2:13 as
;Cleveland Ex, 2:13 p m
Chicago Ex.. .11:58 ait
;Wheeling Ex% 11:13 ant
;St:Louis Ex.. 3:53 pm
IChtcag_o_Ex.,.. 4:38 p
CI. d:-llWg•Ex 4:13 pin
Erie & Tg'n Ex 6:13 pm
Cl. & g Ex 6:58
Arrive in n
N. Brigt'n ne. 7:133 am.
N. Brliwn " 8:28 a ist
Wellsville " 9:53 a res.
New Castle ", 10:33 ant
,Leetsdale " "
9:13 ant 1 p
N. Brlgt`n .. 2:08 131
'Leetsdale " 4:53 D ID
day t hnrch... 9:58 it m
Express leaves daily.
Express arrlvea dally.
between Pittsburgh ant
thou change to Indianap—
. N. IPCIILLOUGH,•
r • neral Superintendent.
icket Anent. noM
New Mexico, Idaho,
k. ANDERSD! ,
e Leral Superintenitent•
General Freight and Thtet Arent