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chg,jiatters liew _York'
Gold Closed at 135@135%.
Br Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
New Your, January 4, 1869.
The money market , opened somewhat
aster thOugh still stringent, but I towards
he close of the day became active and
iery close under the operation of artificial
leans and for the purpose of assisting
• urrent speculations greenbacks were again
ought and sold in the long room with
Arge dealings and frequent fluctuations.
the morning call loans were made at 7'
er •cebt. gold to 7 currency, but before 3
'clock sales were made at 7 >currency
nd commissions of 3'e4338 per cent., and
- fter bank hours 1 1%all, per cent. was the
•Ate, the closing figure being 4. per cent.
'he better class of borrowers, however,
btained money ea: 1y In tha' dtly, and it is
elieved that the future course of money
7111 be towards increased ease, unless
irtber artificial means areresorted, to.
terling quiet at 109g©10934 for
lls. Gold lower, opening at 185 1 4, ad
'Ancing to 13635, and closing at'135@135%
'BONDS AND STOCKS.
- - •
Governments have been freely dealt in,
'-nd prices at the first board,, with
highest sales of Saturday,,showed a
;recline of 18@)I8U per cent., except 625,
•Is and 655. At the twelve o'clock session
ere was a general improvement and firmer
• the largest dealings in 675.
•t the afternoon call the market was steady,
'ut subsequently the _high rates paid for
Loney occasioned weakness and a decline
x 40% per cent. - Coupons 'Bl, 111©111%;
;n. '62, 111y,@11Iq; do. '64; 10734@107X;
'65, 107%®108%; do. new,
3.- 67, 1 063ia10f3X.; do. '6B, 107M(i)1.07%;
State bonds quiet; Mis.souris 87; new Ten
.,3ssfies 65; North Carolinas 62@63.
The transactions in railway shares during'
ie mbrning were large .and the prices ye
'!able. The chief feature has been New
ork Central, which opened, At, 158,U. and
readily difellned"td 15434, 'from which it
'lliad to 156 x; the fall was caused 'by. : rumors, such as- that Commodore.
anderbilt• met with' an accident while
:sighing, ;which •pre•ved' tinfotuided; that
injunction Is to be served on the Com-•
my azainat the payment of interest on the
' rip dividend, and that the_ legislation at
• lbany ie likely to be unfavorable to scrip
vidends.-. These rumbra cannot be vouch
_ for. The rest of the list'at first sympa-
Ized with the break in Central, but after
_ ,ard became" strong. Northwest was in
od demand-on strength of increased earn..."
ga of the road, while Miehigtin:fiouthern'
I .cl St. Paul were also noticeably firmer..
':ie advanced to 39X and Rockistand and '
ledo were active and firm, In the .after
nn, however, the market became panicky
Ce more under the revived rtimOrs. Con
.rning New York Central, which 501 d... . -at
;152,1, while the 'balance of the list. fell
' 2 per cent., except the Ft. Wayne and
tabash, which were only off 34. per cent.
ie rumors of ,an injunction are more gen
;ally believed: It is said to, have been
, anted by Judge Cardozo on application
;Isaac N. Jenks. The market recovered
2.litly late in the . _ afternoon, but ; finally
med heavy and unsettled.'"lt ;is' under
Lod to be the object of certain operators
!put the' price of the Central down to 150.
;Me-thirty Prices Cumberland, 85g©
Wells ExPress, 22©2215;' Adams,.
1L(.3836; United States. 42@42%; Mer
grits Union," 134'@13%; Qnicksilver, 22
2%; Canton, 49@4934; Pacific Mail, 117wo
esters Union Telegraph, 33.3.1@34i Hart
, AI and Erie, VI; Mariposa, 5; do. pre
;red, 18511520; New York Central,
',1@)153%; Erie, 87 1 4(4)37;',1; do. pre
,red, 6114g623 ;, Reading, extra div-
,Ind, 92% @93;•Terre- Haute, 37 ;
preferred, 61; Wabash,' 59 1 4@)59 5 4; do.
-. ;11 - erred, 70; St. Paul, 69@691A; do. pre
.lred, 88%@88X; Ft.-Wayne, 113,10@i1i3,14;
lo and Mississippi, 32M(4)34;. Michigan
• ntral, 11334(4)115; Michigan Southern.
@ 87 14; ; Illinois - Central, 1414148; ,
;tsburgli, 8430584f' Toledo, 99X(0100;
rk 11714@117 6 ',; Northweatern,
• 81m; do. preferred, 8234®83; St. Joseph,
Cleveland, Columbus and Indianapolis
atral, 445; Lake Shore, 100; Cincinnati,
Cleveland and Indianapolis, 74.
-lining shares dull; Gregory 365; Smith
• I.Parnilee 255.
go Boston quotations.
; stin,xaNasty: -= c '
the receipts'at setb treasury to-day were
907,753; payments 12,884,610: balance
: , 70,558. Clearances at gold exchange
I.k 61,650,000.- • • • •
Makkets by Telegraph,
"FM 7onfr, January 4.—Cotton Is fully
better, with-sales2;soo balea - atVE for
idling uplands. Flour—receints' 542
a; market heavy for high grades and(
'ldy for lowdesoriptions, with sides 7,400
s at 85.901/6,20 for, superfine, State and
tern; $6,85a7,25 for common to choice
're State; 16,65a7,90 for-do. extra' west
sß,3oalo for good to choice white'wheat
$6,90a9,50 for common to choice
87,50a8,50 for conirrion Co fair' ,extra
!Louis; $9a12,50 for good to . choice do.;
sing steady for low and heavy' for . high
'des. California Flo/4r d 'AU and nomibal,
ii sales at $9'40,50 for old, and $9,75a11,50
ew. Rye Floor _quiet, with 'sales 250
'sat $6l/8. Corn Meal quiet; with sales
I bbls Brandywine at $5,50. Whisky
'1 and lower, with saleSls-bblawestern
7c, free. Wheati=reeelPts '4lB — bashele;
. market. is . firnier • , arid , -rather
;•e active, in part for exp ort with
'es 75 bush at, zsl4ss_,*! • faif and
tea spring.sl;sllo,ol2 No. 2 o an- store
afloat, $2,20 white Califoruia, and - 11,25
• its Australia. Rye dull auttlteayy.„
. iley quiet. —lNtleeNtilt—dali,Sales,
. hat 82,95, and 1,500 Innifil rye; dir - at'
12%. Cora la2o patter and o npria Idaingk
Huts, 18,458 , 1:M8h; dalifecif 1$6,(100 bt shat:
I A new mixed westere;sl,o6a 1,00 uld do
4ore, $1;10a1,11 do afloat, , fol,o3Bl,os . kiln
' )d,9Bcasl. yellow Jamey...and southern,
' , iBc white western, 98e.4, 'white south
: 971.2 e straw coloredwouthern. 'Oats a
'ne firmer; sales 413;000,:bilsh" at 741a770 ;
.-pern in' store, - arid 78,790 do .afloat.
1k of grain_in wareficitiatheift.
,237 bush; corn , j 74,651 bath; oats,
~ . .1,647 bush; rye: 265,867 •bush; barley,
.292 bush; malt, 99,629 bush; peas, 65,808
-Rice quiet, at 13)8a9N41 tar Caroline.
he firm and quiet. Sugar quiet and nu.
ged; sales of 150 at . :ll/a'=for :
and 13 , X,a140 for Demarara; a 1501.25
as of Havana at :11W,c. Molasses -till!!
unsettled; sales ,0f,..100, bids of New
ails at 74a76c. Petroleum; crude quiet
4,0855; refined:bonded in
ifirm at 336. Mops quiet, at,loa2oo =for
9rlean; Linieed Oil quiet at 980 a 51,02.
'eisions—Porh firmer but qpietksales
!ibis. at $28;25a28,50 for newmess:l327.243
ld do; $22a21,50 for prime, and $26,25a
• prime mess; also, 500 bbls new mess
rs for March at $28,75. Beef steady;
150 bbls at $9a16,50 new Plain mess ,
/9,50 new extra mess. Tierce • Beef
t; sales 125 tierces at $27a30,00 prime,
831a35,00 India //lees.' 'Beef hams'
r, sales 225 bbls at $30a34,00. Cut meats
r sales 200 packages at 10 1 4allic for
ilders; 14a16c for hams. Middles quiet
i held more firmly. firmly. Dressed Hogs
cr at 12Nal3Kc for western,.l3sial3>fic
lity. Lard firmer; sales 900 tierces at
",,,LlBy,c for stearri,,ierid :185a18,413' for
e_ rendered; also 1;500 tierces' steam,
/. for February and March, at 184185‘c•
7ir quiet and steady'at 25a400 for. Ohio,
10a48o for State. Cheese- firna at 14a
~ Naval stores quiet and unchanged.
a .hts to Liverpool dull and declining -
eat.—Flour - cldsed firm for low grades
moderate demand- in part for expert;
and heavy for all other lainds. Wheat
and very firm at: fall prices. Rye
nominal. Oats-quiet and firm at 77
lore and 78%a79 afloat for western.
fairly active and 4irin 9t ., 97a1,00 for
land 1,07a1,11 for old mixed Western,
"avant' afloat. Pork quiet and With
:added change. Beefquiet and steady.
Meats "ens finptistiA fak
Bacon, holders insisting upon-lull prices.
Lard firm at 18a18, 1 .4 for fair to prime steam.
Eggs dull at 3439.,
NEw Yonx, January 4.—Cattle Market.—
New •Year's week has ever been character.
ized by a light supply of cattle, and the
past week was no exception to the rule.
The market, however, was firm and prices
were well supported at the rates quoted for
this - day week. • The quality of the offer
ing showed, however, a better grade to-day,
with 278 head at Commtinipaw yards; 800
head at Bergen Hill and 500 at the National
yards. r The market was fairly active and pri
ces about the same as last week; sales poor to
medium last week at llal3c; medium to
fair steers 13%a14.ic; good steers and fat
oxen 1534a1614c; prime to extra steers 16x
al7c; premiums 17a17;ic, the majority of
the sales being 14a15c. The Sheep market
Was pretty strong. during the past week,
but trade not active. The finality was not
very good, but quotations' were well sup-.
portedlto-day., We have Six ears' at Com
munipaw, eight cars t at' Bergen Hill and'
3,200 head at . Fortieth.Street, 'the market
ruling very firm with a fair of busi
ness; reported sales 15,516 head. We quote
common to fair sheep at sas,tie; good to
prime at 6a7c; - extra at 7.47145. premium at
7;083.0. Lambs .are nominal. The mar
ket for live Hogs - Wes, during . the greater
portion of the week, dull,
,as prices were
too high for 'packers(' and the demand
therefrom was altogether , for fresh trade;
to-day there were offerings of .'2 cars fresh
Hogs at Fortieth street,and 8 do.atComtnuti
-Ipaw; but the market was very quiet and
prices almost nominalt prime heavy corn
fed sold at $10,25a11,50; medium at - sloa
10,25, and commonat s9,sbalo:
Coteau°, January 4.—Eastern Exchange
firmer at 3‘ off buying ! Flour .dull and
easier; sales spring extras , at $5a6,50.
Wheat fairly active firmer and lc higher
—demand principally for No 2;
• sales No 1
at $1,25a1,26, and No - 2st sl,lfUal,l7, clos
ing at $1,16W,a1,4614 for No , 2; sales' 'since
change No .2 at $1,17. Corn quiet and 2a4c
higher, with sales at 620f0r old. No L No 2
kiln dried itt, 55c,. new at: 53a55c, and no
grade at 4900 c, closing at4so for new, and
50c for no grade; sales new since change at
55c. - Oats in fair' apeculatlye request, and
Nale higher; sales:new at 47.5t473,c, closing
at 473.40. Rye in fair demand and 3a4c
higher; sales No 1 at - Injon,l9,' closing
outside. Barley dfill-end 'almost nominal
at $1,65 for No 2. , 141,ghwiries dull at 93c.
Mess Pork steady and.fifirmst $2£1,50 'cash,
and /128,75, .buyer, January, Closing steady
at $28,50 cash, and extra prime at $23. Lard
y.atio higher. sales steamed at 1734a18c
cash; and 18a18tic seller, January , and Feb
ruary, closing quiet at 173ial8c cash. Bulk
Meats inactive and' nominally unchinged.
Dressed' Hogs moderately active and
: steady, closing firm at $11,50a11,75,
ing on two' hundred" pounds.' Receipts
-14,213 Ws flour, 80,002 - bush wheat, 55,115
bash' Dorn,_ 22,016 bush - oats, 2,497 bush
rye, 3,150 bush barley. Shipments-13,345
bblsflour, 11,177 bush wheat, .47.122 bush
c0rn,15,849 bush oats, 9,185 bush rye; 4,254
Hogs opened dull and •weak, but Subse
quently became firmer under a moderately
active shipping and packing demand, Clos
ing firitt, with sales at $8,50a9,40 f coin
mon to lair shipping, and $9,65a10.50 for
fair to extra choice; receipts 9,231 heed;
shipments 8,000 bead. Beef Cattle in light
supply, steady and firm. at range of s3a
7,50 for ,common to choice smooth heavy
ST. Louis, Janrlary4.-Tobaccounohang
ed, sound lugs quoting at $7,50a9, dark leaf
at $9,50a/2,50, medium. to light do. sloalo,-
50. Cotton and Hemp, no sales. Flour
active for low grades, a: $5,15a 6 3,60 for super
parting,: $6,80a7 for extra. $7,75a8,50 fur
double extra. Wheat dull, buyers starting
off; strictly prime to 'tholes red and white
fall sold at - $468a2,1274, No 1 spring sold 'at
$1,35. Corn dull at 61a64c. Oats held
firm, but market slow at 54 , asBc.. 'Earley
quiet at, $2,15 for fancy Minnesota. "f2,35a
.2,65 for fair to fancy fall. Rye steady and
firm at . 81,22a1.,26. Wlusky.Quiet at,11734a
98c. Pork held higher at $28,511, with early
sales at us. Bulk Meats, orders filled at
'higher prices; shoulders 11310, clear side s
14%c.' Bacon firm but not much doing;
small sales of clear'sides at 17yic, sugar
cured hams at 17a18c, shoulders held at Ms
1314 c. Lard advancing„prime city steam
sold at 17%c. The receipts for the past
tvVents-Ibur hours amliunted.l.o.2,9po barrels
of f10ur,"3,000 bushels of wheat, 4,7n0 bush
els of corn, 5,000 bushels bf nits, 700 . bit3`l3-
of barley, 2.000 head of hogs. •
.P.UIL,aDELPHIA, January 4.—CloTer Seed
in good demand at 88,25. Flax Seed $2.60.
Flour dull and weak; lowa and . Wisconsin
extra family $7,25a7,75, MinneSota do. $7,50
48,00; Ohio do. $8,50a10,50. Wheat very
duWarsl,Bsa2,oo for red, $2,06i2,10 for tun
her, $2,30a2,45 for white. Rye steady, at
$1,60. Corn in small supply and advanced;
now , 9fia9sc, old $1,13; Oats s Emily at 72a
75c for western. Petroleum noinal at 21a
.22.3 for crude, and. 30a3 05 ic r refined.
:Provisitusi unchanged. Whissells slow
ly at $1,02a1,05. ki
Beeves in good demand and prices firmer,
with sales of 1,400 head at lean for extra
Pennsylvania arid western stee ; Ba9o for
fair-to good; and sa9a, gross for common.
Sheep in demand at an advance,l WWI sales
of 5;000 head at sa7c per pound gross. Hogs
in demand, with sales of 4,000 head at sl4a
14,50 per cwt. net. ' • '
= .C . DicomicaTi. January 4.—Flour and grain
dull. Cdtton firmer and higher;,. middling
25Xc. Whisky unchanged; small sales'at
$l. Hogs not offering and but fili . tv In; the
weather is too warm to slatighter.i Previa
ionsf exalted; all articles are held higher
an& the . market 'ls therefore unsettled.
• Mess Pork now held at $29; It sollat s2Ba
28,50 to the extent of 2,ooo(pounds., Bulk
:meats: held • at_lll4', 14 andlst‘ for should
, era; side& and clear aides, Lard held at
at 18a19c; at tbe close o sales at better
Abed 18., j3utter dull and supply better;
, western 34a40c.. Eggs 3t . Linseed oil
quiet at 51,0341,05. Lard oil $1,45a1,50.
I :P e etrolonm 28a30c for refined.; Gold 134%,
bizying. 'Exchange drill at I-19.. discount.
buying and par selling.. • . ~ . •
• ~ •• . .
u.t.kyst4.xn, January- 4,—Ffour ‘ market
quiet and Itrichanged; city made—sll,so for
treble extra white; 9,75a10 for double extra
.amber; 8,50a8,75 for double extra• red win
-teg 8a8,25 for itiuble extra spring. Country
made-8a8,75 for double extra red and am.'
her; 7aB for double extra spring; 10a10.50
(OE double extra white. Wheat, Ifo. I red
winter held at 1,80; sales of 1 car .of No. 2
red winter, at 1,65, 3 cars at 1,67 and 1 car at
1;66. - Corri, sale of 3 cars ear at 72. Oats
held it 62. Rye in moderate demand; No.
1 held at 1,2841,30; No. 2at 1,20a1,25. Bar
ley, demand light; holders No. I Canada
• firm at 2,05a2,10; no Inquiry for No 2 State.
Petroleum firmer; relined car lots' held at
273ia28; trade lots 29a/30, ,
NEW YORK, January 4.—Dry Good 4.—
The dry goods market, contipues.quiet.tint
tirm for, all staple styles of.oetton goods.
Atlantic" A Heavy Brown Sheotings are
steady at 16c; Pacific extra' at 15c. Atlan
tic P Bhirtings at 1340. New 'York Mills
Muslims at 25c. Watnsutta at 22}6c; Tusca
rora and Mystic Lake at 20c; Manzanilla at
17c. Amoskeag Prints at 12%c; Spragues
at 12kc©13e. according to style; Pacific
Mills do:f Cocheco at 13 1 ,6 c. Glasgow Ging
hams at Itic. Paper Cambric at Illic for
plain, and 1254 c for high colors.
BatrixonE, December 4.—ln come
quence of the election for Directors of the,
Exchange to-day no business was trans
acted and quotations are nominal. Flour
qdlet., - Wheat dull. Corn; white 83a&lc;
yellow 80aS5c ants 65a72c. Kvo firm at
$1,50a1,60. Mess Pork firm at 82848,25.
Bacon firm; rib sides 164a16,0; clear sides
17a17/c; shoulders' 133;a14c. Hams', 18a.
Lard active at 18c.
LOUISVILLE, January 4.. Tobacco; sales.
of 28 hhds; market: nominal; lugs to Corn.
mon leaf•lit i .alo l ,4c. Cotton 25c. Hogs
`nominal. Mess Pork 828050. Lard 184 a
19c. Bulk Meats; shoulders lly,c; clear rib
sides 15y,c; clean skirls' 15r.c. Bacon; clear
rib sides 17e; clear sides 174 c. Flour; su
perfmtil/8:74a6,50. Wheat $495a2,00. elate
38a60c. Corn 65a70c. Rye , Whisky;
raw free 51,00- • '
Tommx), January. 4,--Wheat bettor,
with sonnignUer . at 111,81. Corn — cram is a
PITTSBTRGH GAZETTE: TUESDAY, 'JANUARY 5,, 18
shade lower, with sales at 64a64%c1. reject
ed at 59c; new yellow at 69c; kiln dried at
70e. Oats a shade easier and quiet, with
sales No. 2 at 56a57c. Rye quiet. Clover
Seed 5c lower, with sales at 0,20. Dressed
Hogs firm at llal4c.
bitrAveurturs, .Tenuary 4.—Flour dull and
prices unchanged. %leak firm and better
at $1,321-2 for No. 1, and:#l 6 l6 No.. 2 Oats
weak at 47c for No. 2. Corn firm at 01,90
prime delivered. Receipts, 8,090 bble flour,
25,000 bush wheat, 1,000 bush oats, 300 bush
corn, 1,000 bush rye, 1,900 bush barley.
Sr. Louts, January 4.—Cattle Market—
Cattta advanced, inferior to choice range
at 3a7c gross, with a good supply of low
grades, but good are scarce. Hog 4 are
higher at 9,ia10%c; nearly all light weights.
FITPITTSBURGH, FORT Vr A_NE CHICAGO
RAILROAD, Januarv4.--52 drafted hogs, J
P Hanna & Co; 2 .bbl , 4 pork, Hippley &
Beckeit; L car corn, McHenry & Hood; 10
bbls oil, E Heazletort; 8 cases tobacco, A
Schab; 1 car staves, M P Adama & Bro; 1
car Oats, Bingham & Laing; 1 car . corn.
Bricker de Co; 1 car do, S Hood; 1 do , do, 1
do oats, Elevator; 9 aks cow tails, L
Strauss; 10 bales rags, Frazier & Metzgar;
27 aka rye,
Dan Wallace; 10 doz bioams, L
J Blanchard; 3 pkgs skins, Woodworth &
Davison; 1 car corn, Scott & Sisal; 1 'car
rye, Jas Craig; do rye, 9 ears wheat, Thos
-Moore ,& Son; Ido rye, W J Ideek;ls do
barley, J M. Carson de Co; 4 cars wheat, 2 do
rye ' Dan Wallace; 3do do, .7 S Liggett .&
Cor3 , xus wlleat, J S Finch & Co; 200 bbls
flour, owner; SOO do do, Watt, Lang & Co;
/00 do do, C 1 Leech; 100 do do, Shomaker
Langenhiene; 100 do do, Bertchy & Heir;
1 car rve, Voigt, Mahood & Co; s•bbls oil, E
H Myers & Co; 24 pkgs hams. N B Hays tit
Son; 15 bbls liquor, F Evert; 20 bales broom
corn, Watt, Lang & Co; 45 bbls spirits. Hos.
tatter & Smith; 5 do do, Shipton & Wallace;
5 tea lard; .E Eleazleton; 19 bbls balk hams,
E H Myers & Co.
CLxVELAND AND PnveStraes RAIL
ROAD, January 4.-3 cars iron ore, Sho
enberger & Blair; 3 do do, Graff, Byers &
Co; 2do do, Hutchinson, Glass & Co; 4 do
do, McKnight, Porter ; t Co; Ido potatoes,
P Sinclair; Ido do, A-D Call; 150 bbls
oil, Eureka Oil Works; 100 do flour, T C
Jenkins; 8 bdis• sacks, •W H Garrard & CO;
8 bbis potash, , J B, Canfield; 19 , skit corn
meal, R Robinson; 2 bbls dry-apples, , 4 kgs
lard, Carter, McGreW & Co; 25 do do, W H
Graff & Co; 3 bbls butter, Ido eggs, Mor
rison & Devol; 80 bbls bone dust, Seward &.
Campbell; 7 do molasses, Means & Coffin;
100 do mess pork, Dalzell & Townsend; 1
car staves, J J Bender; 7 dozen chairs, C
Espy & Son; 41 empty oil bbls, C A Worm
castle; 7 bbls beans, 1 firkin butter, H
Riddle; 15 bags cornmeal, H•Res Jr.
ALLEGEx VALLNY RAILROAD, Jan
uary 3.-80 bbls oil, Fisher & Bro; 480 do
Johnathsn Gallagher; 20 bags rye, 5 bbhi
onions, Allen, Kirkpatrick & Co; 1 bbl
eggs, 3 do butter, 1 do onions, Knox & Orr;
46 green bides, M. Delange; 17 skit flour, T
Jenkins; 9 sks buckwheat flour, .18 do
rye, H Rea Jr; 23 do flour, J S Dilworth de
Co; 1 bx blitter, 1 bag beans, .W B Ross it
Co; 2 cars metal, John Moorhead; 1 do do,
H Woodsides; 3do McKnight, Porter
& Co; 4 do limestone, Shoenberger &Blair;
33 sks oats, Jas Graham; 79 bgs grain, 2 do
teed, - John Hughes.
ALLEGHENY STATION, January 3.-4
cars wheat, R T Kennedy & Bro; 1 car
lumber, B G Morrison; 1 car oats, M Steel
& Son; 3 bgs cornmeal, S Dyer; 17 ska bar
ley, Gilmore, Straub & Co; 1 car corn, W
Mcßee & Co; 100 bbls flour, Fred Owens;
100 do do, Voeghtly & Kopp: 2 dressed
hoes, Rippler & Beckert; 1 car flaxseed, M
•B Suydam; 60 green bides, Stuckrath &
Hare; 8 bbls peas, Backfield & Niehouse;
200-bagiE flour, Joseph Cattle; 48 bales coto
ton, Holmes, Bell k Co; 50 bbls flour; 1 car
corn, Goo Stewart: 1 car feed, Heck & Co;
120 bgs flour, Gass & D.
L. ..................A. Z. B rEVitliBo2l•
BELLINGER Si. STEVENSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
No. 87 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa:
•AW Muds of Country Produce
All orders for . Merchandise :promptly ailed -at
bowasr market rates. Particular attention given
to the sale of nutter, Eggs, Cheese Dried Fruits,
de, We feel contident that we can jive entire sat
tsfaction, by making tjuidg stmt.* and PnonEr,
TURNS. at I.IIOIIRsT MAXIMT ritiella. and therefore
reapectfully solicit your consignment,. All corre
spondence answered promptly. Marking Plates
furnlabed tree. brain in store and to arrive daily.
. E sj ttv fl u ED BY •A. & T
No. 271- Liberty Street,
UPPANZTLY OPP. EAGLt ROTZL,)
l AT ATT, LANG &' CO.,
wirosaryaar austral' ter
firaearlos, Flour. Grain. Prod, nee, Pros
vision*, Pith, Cheese, Carbon OIL dn..
Noe. 112 anti /14 WOOD STREET. 'near Liberty
street. Pittsburgh., Pe. - n08:n66
arzsz A. 1111112L11.
M Ss J. TEELE & SOX,
AND DIALLNEIN IN
FLOUR, .GRAIN • FrEEMI • *CI
..Ho. 96 OHIO 6TREE7: Inez East Cowan;
• • :11.,LICOHEN It CITY P
D. 11:6105TILD T. IMNFIZLD.
B. CANFIELD & SON, CODA
MiSSION• 'IdERCHANTd, and 'Wholesale
esiers an lioshen, Factory. Hamburg and W. U.
Cheese, Butter, Lard, Pot, Bacon, - Y lour,
Dried' Fruit, P i , Lead, Pot, Pearl and Soda
W bite Lime, Linseed. - Lard, Coil and flir
t:6bn No.,l4lFlrst street. Pittabureh. ,
PZTXR IZZIL ML 4. lUCIIARI
KEIL & ItICHART, •
COMMISSION - 'MERCHANTS,
FLOUR, GILIIN,SEEDI3; MILL 'END, £O., £O.
, 849 Liberty ht., Pittsburgh,
£LZX. IVBANIc. J. B. AMER.
TkArcIIANE & ANJER.; • '
Delagrs teirl..OUß, GRAIN and I ; BODUCE DEN.
ICNALLY, No. leke. WATtle STREET, above
Smithfield, Pittsburgh. - leS
ETZER & ARMSTRONG,
PORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT%
For the ante of Flour, Brain,. Broton, Lard, Butter,
Beech, Dried Fruit. and Produce generally, No. 5
MARKET STREET, corner of Fink Plttsbnrgh.
Wholesale and Retail
No. 398 RENN STE
splevicB9 • •
BOB?. BNOY A ~ RAEBW KNOX.
KNOX & SON, .COMMISSION
..ERCHANTS and deslere In FLOUR. tiRAIN
FEED-and PRODUCE 'GENERALLY, No
/I) DIAMOND. opposite City lieu, Allegheny City.
JITTLE, BAIRD • & PATTO 1
Wholesale Grocers, Commission 3ft:reliance a u
oilers In Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Fib ,
Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glass, Cot n
Yarns and all P%isburgb Manufactures generally,
•112 and 3 1, 1SACOND ISTREET, Pittsburgh,
Molex: lions aDv. UOuas... Lent. O. nous&
JOHN I.' HOUSE . as ,BILOS_,_. Sue.
.CeSiOnl to JOHN HOUSE CO.. wnolesale
rocers and Conunleelea Merehaata, Comer ol
Badtbdeld and Water Streets. Pittsburgh. ea. ,
JOHN 11012113/1 ". ...A WALLACS.
OHIPTON & WALLACE , WHOLE•
airaikvottuiAYD pßoDucz Dratzßs;
immsVILLE.-The flue Visual
SALLIE Capt. T 110 S S. CALIMON
Will leave fur the above ports on TUESDAY
' For freight or postage apply on hoard. or to
ja4 ' FLACK'. it. COLLINUWOOD, agents.
VOIR MEMPHIS •AND
LEONIDAS ' Cap'. En. EVANS.
Irivre" for the above and an Intennertlate Porte
on WEDNEoLIAY. the Gal Inst. at 5 'clock P. 14.
urrreight or paasago apply on t:oar,, or to •
OHIO ItsT & HA SL ETT, or
PLACE & 1:0LEI NG WOOD.
Through retell:its !Oven on the above boat to Set
mt. .Eulaula. neaten, 3lontgoinery, Ala., and all
other polnta on the A.laharoa Ayer and Texas ports
at the lowest rates by •
• Jai 6HRIEST & HASLETT.
piTTsuuncru, , zia ge t
Marietta and Parkersburg Line.
Leave Company's Wharf Boat„ toot of Wood street,
DAILY, AT 12 M.'
TITAZDAYS ABB PAIDArDI
BAYARD A. 8. Sitsruartro. Master.
WZDNESDANB AND DATURDAYS.
GREY EAGLE C. L. Buf.tovArr. Halter.
Freight will be reeaked at all bears by
sag ' JAMES COLLINS. Aient.
Conner' Liberty- and 'Alin Streeti
• offer to the trade at Low Flgtireat• /
. , • - • • .
PO pkgs. of NEW MACKEREL, In / barrels,
Naives, quarters and kits,_
100 -chests choice YOUNG HYSON, JA/'AN
and IMPERIAL TEAS • / •
50 sacks choice RANGOON RICE .• ,
1/15 bbis. choke CAROLINA_MICE..
bbis. L 0,0.1 ISLAND SYRUP.' • '
50 bbis. SYRUP, choice braids. • ' •
100 bbis. N. 0. MOLASSES:
DO bids. ILEEIIUO •••
A MOLASSES: ' •
MOO bbis. REFINEI) SUGAR.
15 Ude. PORTO RICO, CUBA. and DEIIA
ROO bags RIO COFFEE. • •
50 bags JAVA and LA.GUATRA COFFEES. ,
100 cases IMPORTED CLARET. '
5150 eases MOEt CHANDON'S ~011Akt•
SCOTAGNE WINES ' =
CH ALE and LONDON PORTER non
antly, on band. •
A GENTS WANTED.
/slo_ A DAY.
TWO $lO MAPS FOR $4.
PATENT DEVOLVING DOUBLE MAPS.
OF AMERICA AND EUROPE, AMPRTOA. AND
THE UNIZCI) SCATES OF AMERICA.
Colored—ln 4009 COUntles. • - .
These great Maps, no*Just completed show every
place of Importance. all VAPreach to Ilute..and the
latest alteration. In the ‘411.10115 Enrop,:au et , tes.
These. Mapt are neethd In every beho 1 and family
In the laud—they occupy the spa t e of n e m an . an d
by means or Inc ilevereer, either rlde an be thrown
front. and any part brought et el' tn th eye. coon.
ty rights and large acountglven to g od Agents.
Apply for Circulars, Terms and Mull le Maps to
(. ( LLOYD'S MAP RIUR. All,
de2l-bT3.d&T 2 3'Conrilandt treat, N. Y.
WANTED-ON COMMI SION
ONE HUNDRED TO
, • - - ', '
.FOR THE' !HOLM . A 1
The blithest market pricee and quick sales
gnevat 1.101 eed. Mark packages dls!lnctly and send ' i '
_.11. : -
__ ii. -§0 BALLAUD Bs . .CO.;
vuougusion Xfuctuwiti, 3 3 / 41 Washiiiituts atr •
,New kat.- • ......-• , ;Elise
. .. .
RIVER - NEWS;
The river continues to recede steadily at
this point with nine feet eight inches in
the channel last evening. Weather ,
tinues cloudy and warm with every ap
pearance of more rain. - -
The arrivals ittclude- the Kate Putnam
from St. Louis, and the Kenton from Mar=
rietta. The latter boat was detained at Mar
rietta some weeks by Ice,
The G. A. Thompson from New Orleans
was due last night, and 'will doubtless be
timid in port this morning. She has
among other items sugar and molasses.
The Bayard, Capt. Geo. D. Moore, is the
regular packet for Packet for Parkersburg
today, leaving promptly noon.
The Sallie, Capt. , Thos. S. Calhoun, is
announced to leave. tor Cincinnati and
Louisville this evening, without fail.
The Ingomar; recently sunk, had among
other items of freight,. 217 barrels petro
leum, belonging! to . Wesley. Wilson, and
the Eureka Oil Company, of this city, 150
barrels of which were save . She had also
12,000 feet of lumber, belonging to some
parties at Sharpsburg. he New State
had,6B tons of metal on' board when she
went down, oonsigned to Loomis & Col
lard, of this city.
The Lorena, Capt. Sam. Shuman, will be
the first boat out for St. Louis.
The high-headed Leonidas, Captain Ed.
Evans, is up for New Orleans, and will. be
the first boat but. Pasiengers and ahippefs
should bear this itt mind. r.
Fr — id T ahye Cmehea G ln i d v a ed e
re a a t
cNheads hSvi ll Lo u o i n s
the came day. . , • s-
—The Portsmouth Trzbussc, of- Wednes
day, says: We learn that Capt. Scott, who
built the steamer “Light Wood" at this
place, is running his boat tietween Trenton
and Camden, in Alstitma, and. has cleared
about $6,000 this season. t_
—The latest news from the New State is
up to Sunday evening, at which ' time the
water was up to her hurricane deck, but
phe had not moved, She was valued
at $15,000, and insured for $lO,OOO l of which
about $6,000 .is in, two Wheeling com
—Te following are the names
wheel h boats which have been lostof
souri river since 1865; Louisville, Cora,
Bertrand, General Grant, Ontario, Mariner,
Princess, Helena, Ainelia Poe, Carrie, Nug
get, E. O. Stanard. Marion, Nora, J. H.
Troyer, Arabian, Bridgeport, Lily, Ama
ranth, Gallatin. Sidewheel - boats—Twl
light, Waverly, Sam. Gaty, Mollie Dozier.
The thnisa and Leodora were burnt.
—The number of steamboat accidents
during`the year 1868 was ( muc h less than
the previous year, as far as the loss of yes
sels is concerned; but the loss of life has
been greater Xhan that of several years.
The following list aggregates 156 accidents,
of which 106 resulted in a total loss; 21 by
tire, 9 by collision, 2 by, explosion, and 74
by sinking. The loss of property will
amount to at least ?2,500,009 for the boats
and as much more for the'cargoes and bag
gage, footing up a total of $ 5 ,000,0011
—We clip the following' from the
Wheeling Intelligence,., Irk regard to the In
gomar disaster: The latest news from the
Ingomar is to the affect that she is break
ing up. Portions of her upper works have
been observed passing the city. Her sign
board came ashore on the Island side, and
is now lying there. She was owned by a
Mr. Lane, of Pittsburgh, and we are told
was not Insured. She will,probably be en
tirely destroyed, as she lies in a position to
receive the full force at the running ice and
Rliers and Weather.
LOMSVILLE, January 4.—River
with eleven feet of water in the eanal by
mark. • Weather clear and mild.
CAIRO AND S.F. LOC/In—The
L.,RENA Capt. S. Shuman'.
WM 1. s've for the above ports en TUESDAY.
For freight or passatte apply on board or to -
__Ja4 • - Asentv.
atiteiMer & aleketsolo
Nos. 221 AND 228,
HERNIA OR RIVICIIRE.
Hernia or Ipoipture eare d.
Merida or Rupture cured.
'Kern's or Rupture coed.
Hernia or Rupture eared.
Hernia or Rupture enrrd.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Hernia or Rapture cured.
Hernia or Rupture cured.
Rupture or Hernia eared.
arab!. Redteal Cure Trues.
tteroa Patent Truss.
nags Suiporter Trass.
Banallnn's Lace or Body Brae!, Ica
enure : of Prolapsua Uteri, ' Piles, Abdominal au
Dr. S. S. Ft les Plitted Supporter
Pile Props, for the s_!_tooort end care of PLlvi.
Zburtlo Stockings, for , weak and Tarlton;
Elastic Hama Caps, for weak knee joints.
Ankle Suppo rters ; for weak knee Joints.
Sold at Dr. KEYSER'S, 140 jiroodlSt.
At D. nysms, 140 °WOod Street
Jar Drag Store, No. 140 :Tam STREET, Big&
o tbe Golden Mortar. Persona writing for Mums
should send the umber of 'riches around the body,
Immediately over the rupture.
Mr DR. 10ETSER . will give- lids personal atten
.tionito the applientlon oI Truefes,th adults and
children, and he Is aatLsded , that, with an expeilence
of twenty years, he Will be enabled to eye Batista+)
There la co doubt whatever that dlseasea of the
Innis, or ulcers of whatever sort, on any of the In
ternal organs map be, end are frequently cured and
a complete condition of health established."' If the
et borattre ftinctions, t,f which the stomach is the
prilary and most Important one, are restored. to a
condition to do the repairing of the human system,
ulcers or sores, whether upon „tie lungs,' the liver,
/ - .
the kldneys or tbebowelsvir upon the legs, alt It
frequr*ly the case, catty's made to heal, and a 'eon;
plete l staedard of health re-established
iha i rs frequ'aly teen these remits Lfrobt the
use of Dr. ICEYHER'III LIJN? CURS, a, pleasant
and agreeable medleMe, which will. riPcu .uP mud
aarriettt z af the animal eeotkoatrall effete and need
ap material. 'Dr. H. SIM that Ate has tnowa•trit,
most dlstposting an banningcoighkwLoie Yibisi
tlons would threaten to shake the . whole eanittte
Von to piece", removed in the ionise bf a fe* . dayi
'ln long standing cases . of ilionauMpifon, or *4 Othin
sometimes fatal, but always troublesome andannoy,
ing maladies, known a, catarrh, chronic hrottchitls,
trschius or pbaryngitis, it is a wonderful allevia
Sing Medicine in the former and a. sure care in be
latter disease. , ' ' •
• Aft» - R.IIIYBZIOB L 1 MG 017811 • ,prRICIILD
eons 01 . Tll MOST VALIIABLE rwl To AND HERBS
. , .
TORE TO trBZJI7L AND CUPAPIY3 IP ALL
it rOItATItO STAPES OP TIM avisrAm BL OO D, and
Whilst It adde to Its blasma, it th
et - e seine time'
ithnalatea, gently—bet effeetivelY; the elan, the
kidneys the liver and the gianular system to ancel
dent gallon to enable the body to ;take en heatthittl
action and eradicate the disease. 'Ttii sick and al•
dieted should beat in mind the ititues of this great
ntedlcino. and It those who aro sufliciently alive to
Importancehe of health, will resort to it In the
.eginriing of a cough or cold, there woald be no
redline Into declines and rapid consumption,
hopeleirly Incurable and - so nos. surely fatal.
Bold by the grose, dozen or alegletiottle, et
•' , -
Dr. Keyser's Great - Medicine Store,
110, Wood Street.
,DR,HEYBICRIS teHADRHT qtIOR for I.
IXAMIHATIONI .ANU TERATMENT
OBSTINATE CHRONIC DISEASES, no WIN
a Titan , : itrrantrau IL PA. OgifF4 Una IMP
0 A; x. RAMA P. 14.
Rapture or Hernia eared.
Rupture or Hernia Cured.
Rupture orlierula cured.
Rupture or. Hernia cured.
Rupture or. Hernia rimed.
Rupture or Hertita cured.
Rupture or Hernia car ed.
SELF-IN:TECTING 'SYRINGES "
Also, every kind of (3ydriZes•
BIISPEN'SORT BANDAGE ,
A dozen different kinds.
A dozen different kinds
A dozen diff.rent kinds.
cox.wELLBVTTAA" x. L
On and after TUESDAY, Noyember, 17th. 11366
trait:swill arrive at and depart from toe Depot p/I•
ner of Grunt and Water streets. as follows:
1' D Arriv.
Mail to and Yrom Uniont'l. 7 epart;
00 A. M. 6:00p Mi
MclieespOrtAecommodt'n.llfoo A. M. 51:05 p. Mr*
Ex. to and from Dnlont'n. 3:00 P. M. 10:10 A.
West Newton Accommod'n 430 P.
635 A. os l
Braddock's Accommodat'n 6:15 P. M. 7:50 P. 0.
Night Ace, to lieliersport.lo:3o P. it. 6:45
Sunday Church Train to and
from West Newt0n......... 1:00 P. 0.10:00 4.01
.IPqr ticketa apply to • -
• 3. R. 4.lEllo:gent.
W. B. 87010 T, Superintendent. nom
CHANGE Of TEHE.g i ggigg . •
On and atter MONDAY November. oth, DWI
TWO TRAINS DAILY Atilt leave Pittsburgh:Sta
tion. comer otElerenth and Plke strertd•fOr Frank
lin, 011 City, Buffalo, and all points in the 01111 e.
LEM PlTTerimicrr. xri grrisspliort.
Mall 7:15 a m Wall • 5:411:p M
Express 7:10 pin Express.— 6:30 a in .
Brady's 10d Ac 3:00p m Bradysli'd .c10:30 30a
1s Soda Works Ist Soda Works ,
AcconamPn.. 10:50 a m Accomoda , n. 13.10 ain
2d.Soda Works 124 Soda Works
Accomod 'n . 5:00 p n
I Accomoda , .- 3:4-0p ni
Church Trainitave - Pittsburgh at 1:10 P. u. Arr.
rive at Pittsburgh at 0:50 - t ..
- Passengers taking express train have but one
change of cars hi tween Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Oil
Regions... Mall and Eipress Trains stop only at
principal points Mixed . Way and , AtoOmmodatkru
trains stop at all stations.
THOMAS If: XINO i Asalt, Snp't.
W. POSTER HOPE, Ticks agent. - tto7
CINCIN TI NA AND ST.
PAN' HANDLE HOU'rE.
CHAI4GP, TThrE.--On and after firrlIDAP.
Nov.22d, 1868, trains will leave and arrive at the
Union Depot, as rollows, Pittsburgh time:
Mail .. ... 3:13 a. m.10:13 a. M.
Fast Line 10:13 a. m. T:33 p.
Fast Exprese..;,..., 51:511 m. 151:1S a. at.
Mixed Way • 5:43 a. m. 13:13 p. m.
McDonald s A - Ce'n, No. 1.. 11:118 m. 14:33 p.m.'
Steubenville Accommod , n. 3:319 p. m. 9:4S a. m
McDonald's A'n. No, 2..- 0:0S p. 3:IS p.
Ri' 2:58 P. x. Express will leave ditily.
12:13 P. M. Mon will arrive daily.
The 10:12 -a. tn. Train leaves dilly, Sttifils7Ye ex.
cepted; and makes close connections al Newark for
Zanesville and points on Sandusky, Mansfield
Newark R. It.
S. P. W. W. CARD, S SCULL. Genera Tick - et . ,
upl.. Steubenville. Ohio. Agent •
n 02.5 '
l is ti • • 08179.1a7i7
EGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO Hs
W. AI)N, CLEVELAND Ss PITTSBURGHIt.
Frem Dec. 20th, 1868, trains will leave er.ms
and arrive at the Damn Depot, north aide, Pitts
burgh city time, as follows: -
• Leave. Arrive.
Chicago Ex.... 3:03 a m l Chleago 31:13 a M
Erie & Irsenll , l 7:28 a melt:cage Ex.'...11:58 a m
Cl. Wit 6:213 a m 'Wheeling Ex. U:l3 am
Chicago Mall.. 8:58 e merestline Mall.. 3:53 p m
Chicago Ex.... 10:08 a miChicagu Ex.... 4:38 pm
el.& 2:23p m Cleveland Ex 4:08 pm
Chicago Ex.... 243 pm,Erle & Yg'n Ex 43:13
W'e & Erle Ex. 4:53 ptr.'Cl. &Wh'g Ex 6:58 pat
Depart from Allegheny.: Arrive fn 4.lleolarny.
N. Brlgt'n Ac. 8:58 a m IN. Brigt'n Ac. 7:03 a lla
-Leetsdale rg 10:28 a m ;N. " `11:913 a m
' 11:58 a m New Castle I. 10:33 am
Hocherter. .3 1:33 pm ILeeßidale " 9:l3*M
Leetsdale Ace. 3:58 pmi " 1:1118 pm
N.:lolgra " 5:33 pm,N.'Brlgt'n " 243 pm
N. Brlgt.'n " . 6:28 pm' Leetsdale „ 4:53 pm
roeetedale, " . 10:43pm; '" • I •• 7:113,1 , 1*
Leetsdale Sun. I Leetedsle SUII-
day Church... 1:13 pml day Lhurcb... 9:58 am
.111 e• 2:43 p. 111. Chicago Express leaves daily.
&Jr 11:58 a. tn. Chicago Elpress arrives daily.
deli It. MYE/tu, General Ticket Atzent.
CENTRAL RAILROAD. alKag
On and after fromt 11.168,' Trains will ars:
rive at and depart l b.. anion Depot, corner OI '
'Washington and Liberty streets. as follows:
Arrive. Depan. • -
.Hall Train.... 1:30 a rid Day Express.. 2:30 itt
Fast Line .. •: . 2.40 am Waifs No. 1.: 8:30 a m
Wall's 620 a mMall Train . . :lb a M
Brlntoniacc'n. 7:50 a m'^Cincinnatt Ex .112::45 p Ist
Wail's No. ^.. 8:50 ant Wall's No. 2.. /1:20 a mCincinnati E. 9:40 a mlJohnstown Ac.' 3:25PM
Johnstown Ac.10:35 a m.Braddocks No 1 4:20 pm
Baittmore.Eri. 1.45 p mlPhila. Express S:IOPM
Phila. Express 2:05 pm Wall's No. 2.. 5:20 pm .
Wail's No. 1:30 p mlVall's No. 4.. 8:15 ph:
Braddocks No,l 5:50 p m 'Fast Line 7:50 pm
40 0 7:25 pm I Wall's No. 5.. 11:00 p m
Way,lassen'r.lo:2o p M
The Church 'Frain • leaves Wall's Station every
Sunch v y at 9:15 a. ra.,- reaching Pittsburgh at - 10:011._
a. tn. Rettirnlng leaves Pittsburgh at /2:50 p. M.
;'and arrives at - Thill's Station at 2:00p. m. • '
• ClnchinatiExpress leaves daily. .All. other trams
dallrexttept Sunday. 4
For farther information aply to
The Pennsylvania Railroa Company will not. ILO
same any risk for - Bmtage, except.for wearing ap.
parel, and limit theirreaponsliAlltyto 01* Hundred
Dollars 'in value. All Baggage exceeding that
amount ha valhe will be at the risk pfthe owner. an.
leas taken by special contract.
EALIAM na, P :
yitUAD.—On and arter___s.ov, 22d; 1868. the Pisa
•senger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania Rail
road. will arrive at And depart from the Federal
'Street Der n 4 Allegheny City, as follows:
Springee No I 6:40 a m 1:00a zit
Freeput No. 1 8:20 e. m Free - pint No.l 9:15 a 2.
kexprese 10:40 a m;Sharpliig No.111:20 pm
Sharptdg No. I 1:25 pm; Ex pre55........ 2:45
Freepert ; No. 2 4:00.p ml . .ipringd'e No 1 3:20 pm
Mill ' 5:55 p mi - Preeport N 0.2 5:20 p m
Springd'e No 2 6:45 n m Sprint/die No 2 7:10 p m
Aboye trains run dally except Sunday.
The Church Train- leaves, Allegneny- Janet. every
3undey at 7:40 a. m., reaching. Allegheny City at
9:50 a.:m. leaves Allegheny City at•
1:90 p. tn. and arrive at Allegheny dunes. at 3:46
CO3i9VTATION - Tlaritrili—Por sale In packages
Twenty, between 'Allegheny ' City, Chestnut street,
Heres,'Benuett, Pine Creek, Etna and Sharpsburs,
and good only on the trains stopping at Stations apes
ciSed on tickets, . . .
' The trains leaving Allegheny City at 7:00 a. mt
make direct connectionAt Freepei with Walker
line °Mattes forßutler and Hannah , todn. Through
tickets may be purchased at tb. Office,- No. 3 St.
Clair street,tear the Sespenslot Bridge Pittsburgh
and at UM Dept - kt. A llegliev • '
For thrther infOrmat ton apply to
• e JAMES TAFFERTS, Agent.
Federal Stre.et '
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not at•
same any risk for Baggage,- except for *taring al.
parel, and limiStheir resporielbllity y tothie Hundred
Dollars in value. All ;baggage • exceeding- this
amount In value will be at' the risk of the owner, cm.
lees taken by special eontravt..• .
no2B r Gen.yai Bunennten4lent, AltoOna. 11116
S VLIV HILL ZIWEIM.
LION PACIFIC RAILWAY(
The SHORTEST ARD HOSTREULB fl Om
from the Rant to all points In . •
California, , Vtah,
New Mexico, Idaho, --v.• -
'Tye 'Trains leave, State Line and Leavenwort
1101 Y, (Bandar; exel3litt.on o:carnival of train
Pamtie Railroad from St. °ala i and 71konitcal and
et. .Jo Railroad , from , Q uincy, ronneetine at I,lw.
TOPeka and.„ Sit.amego with sts, s e for Nit
points-1n &amiss. , At 'end of track wedt
rllth V i T sl7 Kni lt3 tr; g rAIIaaMiAND LIPa
)3 COACHIGS FOR
And all Points in. the,Teirritoriet,
And with SA.NDERSON,ItiTitI-WEENI.Y VINE Ot
COACHES ror Fort Union. Bent's Fort, Vass, 'Alba.
q_nerque, Santa Fe t and. all points in Arizona'and •
New Mexico. •
With the recen , fidditions 'of tolling stock and
equipment, and the arrangements made with, re.
sponsible Overland - Transportation Lines Prom he'
western terminus, this road now offers unequalled
facilities for the transmission of rrelfriitto the Fat
- Tickets for sale at all the principal Offices in the
United States and Catiadvi
Be 'sure and ask nor- , tickets via THE 8.20 Ky
HILL.Rours. UNION .et, 1 ic ItaLLWAF
EASTERN DIVISION. •
General Freight and Tl"ket Agetit
STEA.PIISI:IIP - g,
O LI! E 11P00
TUE r INIIIAN MAUL STEAIVIEOPS,
Numbertng alzteen fit-class- vessels, among thee
CITY OF PARIS,
OF ' CITY OP ANTT
CITY OF.ROSTON, CITY O BALTIMORL
_ • CITY P LONDON,
Sailing EVERY SATURDAY, from Pier 48, North
River, New York. For passage or farther Informs.
WILLUJI BINGIHAII, Jr..
irwritrya 8112ZET. antrontal•Datil..
arty opplait• Foss efts. rata
wackiti ( oo