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PITTSBURGH METAL MARKET
OFFICE or THIs Prrrantrian GAZETTE,
FRIDAY, January 22, 1868. S
The metal market has again been active
this week, numerous heavy sales having
been effected, and, as a general thing, a
firmerfeeling is manifested, though prices,
' compared with last week, have undergone
no material change. The demand seems
to have been unusually active, and at the
close holders did not seem inclined to sell
freely at quotations. Good Neutral and
Cold Short Irons are in demand and scarce.
These - particular descriptions are pretty
nearly sold tip, and, as a - consequence. there
is but little on the market. Manufactured
Iron is also ffrmer, with orders coming in
freely, and (judging from present Indica
tions there will soon be, an advance in both
Bar Iron and Nails. Manufacturers are re.
ceiving more orders than they care for, as
they do not seem inclined to sell anymore
than they cast help at present prices.
300 tons "Chickles" Forge . ... t4l 00— cash
.500 " Mottled . . ... . . ... 37 00-5 mos
50 " No. '3 Foundry 40 00=4 mos
20 11 No. 2 Foundry 41 00-4 mos
30 " No. 3 C0rnwa11.....:....42 00--4 mos
40 " No. 2 Foundry 41 00-4 mos
BITII2CLNUS COAL SMELTED FROM LABS IHT
100 tons Low, Grade Mill 1r0n. 5 35 50-6 mos
300 " Close Grey Med., to
50 15 Close
50 " Close Grey Med., to
arrive .. . ... 39 00-4 mos
100 " Close Grey and Mot
. . tied, to arrive
200 " Close Grey and Mot-
tled, to arrive
350 15 at furnace
500 " Open Grey, to ar
150 " Open Grey, fancy
brand 39 00-4 mos
.500 5, 'Medium Grey, at far. 36 50-4 mos
1000 55 Medium, to arrive..... 38 50-5 mos
150 1 5 Mixed with native ore 38 50-4 mos
100 7" Ohio ;
racit Forg 3
11 e 4
8 00-4 mos
' 100 No. 2 Anthracite 41 00-4 mos
100 tons H. R.No. 1 Foundry.l4s 00-4 mos
150 1 5 H. R. No. 1 Foundry. 45 00-4 mos -
75 " H. R. No. 2 Foundry. 42 00-4 mos
90 51 Forge 44. 00-4 mos
/80 " Extra Cold Blast
Forge Iron 50 00-4 mos
350 55 Extra Cold Blast
Forge Iron ' '49 50-4 mos
335 tons Red Bank $3B 00-6 mos
' BLOOMS., ec
• i Mar
130 tons MlssOnram...sloo 00-4 mos
150 15 Juniata 95 00—i mos
Grey Med., to
Financial matters in New York
Gold Clooed at '135%.
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
NBA , Yottic, January 22, 1869. ,
The financial situation to-day showed a
marked improvement. Dioney was yery
easy at 6(j)7 per cent. on call. There are in
dications that the project "of the lock up
of greenbacks has bean abandoned, as the
parties ranged on the "bear" side were free
,buyers to-day, and the "bull" element has
,been strengthened by the new accession.
'The abandonment of the "bead' campaign
leaves the field clear for another upward
',movement. Sterling firmer; the supply of
cotton and produce is light; prime bankers
9%@)93i. Gold quiet and firm; opened at
' 135 X, advanced to 135 M, and closed at 135%. 1
Clearances at gold exchange banks $36,-
BONDS AND BTOCRS.
Governments are generally about an %
and close strong. Coupons of 1881,
112%®1123‘; do. '62, 113N®11335; do. '64,
10936®10934; do. '65, 110%®110/; new 'do.,
10834®10834; do. '67,.,108;;®108xrd0: '6B,
108,1®109; Ton-Forties l 107,‘®108; U. S.
Sixes Pacific Railroad,loo%®lolx. „- -
State Bonds opened weak and lower
on Tennessees and North Carolinas, but
closed firm. Missouris, 87 3 4®88; old'Ten
nessees, 67,14; new do., 6734®673;; new Vir
ginias, 63; old North Carolinas, 64@64x;
new do., 61®6136; Alabama Eights, 94%
®95; Louisiana Levee% Sixes, 7234®73;
do. Eights, 89a9014. ,
Railway shares active and higher. The
4 - reat feature was Michigan Sonthern,which
rose 3 per cent. The transfer books close
to-morrow for the 4 per cent. dividend.
Rock: Island, touched 133, Toledo 10534,
Reading 96 and New" York Central 164%,
:he latter on purchases by the friends of
Vanderbilt. St. Pant shares weak on. the
stock dividend and 2@3u lower., Port
Wayne firm, with indications that the
?arty seeking to, control the next election,
while • buying for cash and regular de
livery, are selling the same on options ex
;ending beyond the. election. The general
market closed strong,though somewhat un
t3ttled, and prices hardly up to the highest
- ides of the day. There is a goad borrowing
lemand for some stocks, and Michigan
southorn and Rock Island are scarce. MlS
;ellaneous shares active and bouyaht,
pxcept• Pacific " Mall: Express shares
l:enerally firm, though fluctuations fre
ueut and wide. . • ,
Prices Cumberland, 363;
Wells ; .Express, .22405293 i; -American, 43
'345; Adams.: 60®6034; United States; 50;
•ilerchants Union, 17X®18; Quicksilver,
1.5 @285i; Canton, 583i®59; Pacific Mail.
.: 17 :i@l1 . 1%; Western Union Telegraph, 38
436 1 41 ®9; dO.P pref.; 24 . X,®
New York Central, 16 3X®1633g;
38y,®381‘; do. preferred, 63®64;
Judson, 13035®131; ' Har/em, 132®134;
lartford it Erie, 28; Reading, 9535 ®9SX;
:`erre Haute,/ 40®42; preferred, , $5119
1 7; Wabash, 6154 ®62; do. pref, 75;,St.Psul.
130®72; do. pref'd 93®93y 5 ; Fort Wayne,
234 ti 1123%; Ohio and Mississippi, 34(c43434;
Alchigan Central, 117; Michigan South
rn. +4 S X; ' Illinois Central,., 138M®140;-
Nttsburgh 914(4;91%; Tobldo; 104N®
04g; RoCk Island, 131 3 / 4 (4)132; North
vestern, 82®62X; do. preferred, 86.K®87:
lannibar and St. Joseph, 61; Cleveland,
lolumbus and Indiana Central, AV;
Alton, preferred, 48; 'Ltdre
Imre, 1013 i.
Mining shares active. Gregory 36; Smith,
l 'arinelee, 260; Grass Valley, 25; Quartz
CopEer , Stocks at Boston—Copper Falls,
IN; 'Mu/inn, 16; Hecht, .70.
Receipts at - the Sub Treasury, $4714 2 - 88'
ayments, $1,488,680; balance, $85.874,702.
Alarkets by Telegraph.
' NEw Yonx, January 22.—Cotton less ac
'Ne and unchanged; sales of 3,000 bales, at
)%c for middling upland. Flour; receipts
-,756 bbls; market more active and rather
lore steady for shipping brands, but with
ut decided change in price; sales of 12,200
bls, at $5,60a6,25 for superfine State and
:esters; $6,6537,50 for extra State; $6,40a
90 for extra Western; $ 7 ,30a9,25 for white
`heat extra; $6,50a9,00 for R. H. 0.; $7,70a
:50 for extra St. Louis, and $9,00a12,00 for
'ood to choice do., closing'. dull; 300 bbls'of,
anada flour sold at $7,70 lin bond; Cantor.'
ia flour nominal. Rye flour quiet; sales
"250 bbls at $5,35a7,50. Corn quiet and
,wer; sales of 400 bbls of Brandywine at
400. why - 4u dull; sales of 100 Ws of
.eatern at $l,Ol, free. Wheat; receipts 300
lash; market ta2Cr better for springy theft
a pretty good export
Inter dull and heavy; salesdf 68 ,000 bush,
$1,68a1,63W for spring in store and de.
:vexed; $1,48X for straight No. 3 do. deliv
.ed; $1,67 for MiEuiouri Spring. and 112.054
10 for white California. Rye nominal.
arley pithout 'decided change; s hales of
000 bush of Canada at p 2,00. Barley Malt I
dull. Corn--reteipts, 16,414 bush—in mod
erste request without decided change; sales
54,000 bush' at 93a96c for new mixed west
ern. $1,05 for kiln dried, $l,lO for old mixed
western delivered, 96)097d for new yellow
western, 97% for Jersey yellow, 90a97c for
inferior to good Southern. Oats—receipts,
785 bush--more active and firmer; sales
80,000 bush western at 753075% for western
in store, 77e. fordo. afloat, 78c seller April,
80a81c buyer April. Rice quiet.. Coffee
quiet; sales 600 bags Laauayra on private
terms. Sugar quiet; sales 200 bbis new
Cardenas at Ilyc. Molasses firm; sales 150
bbls at 74a83c; 330 hhds at 43a48 1 4 for/Dem
erara, 45 the Muscovado, and 32 for Centri
fugal. Petroleum , firm and quiet, at 32c for
Crude, 36nfor refined bonded. Hops steady
-at 10a18c Mx American. Linseed oil firm at
$131,01. rpentine firm at 53a54. Pork
firm; sales Z
00 bbla at $30a30,12 for new mess.
$29,00a529, for old;, do. 824,50426,00 for
prime; V 400429,50 for prime mess; also,
500 bbls new mass foraellerafor next month
at $29,50, and 1,250 hob's do. do. for March
at $30,00. Beef steady; sales of 230 bbls at
$16,50; new plain mess at 814,00419,50;
new extra• mess tierce beef steady, with
sales; of 400 tierces at 27a32c; prime mess at
31a37c; Indiana mess beef hams firm, with
sales' of 150 bbls at 30a35c; cut meats fi rmer,
sales' of 350 packages at 13a13X; shoulders,
153 e; hams, 17c. Dressed hogs dull, sales
at 133014 X for Western, the latter an ex
treme price d 14mal5y‘ for city; Middles
firm, 250 box es at 151i1514c for Cumberland
cut; 16 1 .4 c for short ribbed, and 173ic for
-smoked sides. Lard firm and moderate;
demand of 635 tierces at 18Xs/.9310 for
steam, and 200 for kettle -rendered; also,
3,000 tierces steam rendered' for sellers for
March, April, May, and June, at \19a1934c.
Batter dull; 28a115c for Ohio, and 40a48c for
State. Cheese firm at 16Xc. Freight to
Liverpool more active; engagements, per
steamer; 40,000 bush wheat at 7V,d; 25,000.
bush corn at 7d; NO bbls flour at is 9d.
Latest—Flour closed saloc better, with a
fair export demand. Wheat quiet and
firmer for spring, with a moderate' export
demand; market dull and heavy for winter
grades. Rye nominal at $1,48a1,50 for west
tore,O quiet and firm at .75 1 4a75N0 in
and 7743 afloat. Corn quiet at 94a960
for new mixed western, and. $1,06a1,09%
for old mixed western in store itnd afloat.
Pork quiet and steady at $3O for new mess.
Beef steady and unchanged.- Cutl, Meats
firm and In moderate demand: Bac on dull
and unchanged. Lard quiet and firm at
.19%a193-43 for-fair to prime tierce:- Eggs
drill at 29a31c.
Dry`Goods—There is little stir as yqt in
this department of trade, but the prices are
firm for all staple cotton goods and; an im
',Rived inquiry would readily carry the
prices ofvarions styles to a higherattitude.
1133 x 1 4%
Printing cloths in request at /3)0114% for
the best makes Pacific. Lawns 18; do. Pert
tales 4-4; 81; do. Orientals 20; do. Serges
=33; do. 3.4 alpacas 25. Imported carpets
have been advanced We-per - yard, and Cross
lev's best velvets now bring 3,35, but the
best Lowell and Hartford, 3 pipit are redu
ced in price 15c per -yard and now sell at
37 00—' cash
39 00-4 mos
38 00-4 mos
37 00— cash
36 00-4 mos
38 50-4 mos
ST. Loris, January 22.—Tobacco steady
and unchanged. Cotton, nothing_ doing.
Hemp quiet; sales undressed at $1;15a1,25.
Flour hrm and lower; superfine dull and
25e lower; other grades unchanged, with
only a limited demand and market very
quiet. Wheat, there is no market and
prices are entirely nominal. Corn quiet;
small sales choice white at 70a72. Oats firm
and unchanged at 60a62. Barley quiet, but
steady, prime lowa spring $1,85, choice
$2,00. Rye firm at $1,30a1,35. Pork very
stiff and higher; sales at $30,00a30,25 for
mess. Bulk Meats higher and vary firm;
pickled city shoulders 13c; clear rib sides
153,; clear sides 163;; loose shoulders 12X;
clear sides 16X. Bacon firm and advanced;
shonlders 14a18; clear rib lilt: clear 173
alb. Lard held a trifle higher but not much
doing. Whisky dull at 95. Hogs higher
and very few arriving; sales at slo,ooa
10,75 gross. Cattle steady with a light
shipping demand; prices ranging from
$3,50 to , 113,75. - Receipts—Flour, 2737 bat
roll; Wheat, 1745 f bushels, Corn, 2500 bush
els; Oats, 1980 bushels; Rye, 400 bushels;
Barley, 1216 bushels; Hogs, 816.
Cixensmirr, January 22.—Flour dull;
family, $7,65a7,75. Wheat dull: N 0.2, 11,70;
No. 1, $1,75. Corn dull and prices lower;
ear, 64a65c. Oats unchanged and quiet.
Cotton is held at 29e, but no sales at over
283;e. Whiskey rather dull at 98c. Pro
visions generally firmer and prices a•shade
in favor of sellers, though the demand is
not active, but is fair. Mess Pork is sold
at $3O. Bulk Meats;•l2Xal4c for shoulders,
15c for sides, 15X for clear rib, and 16xc,
for clear sides, with a fair demand. Emma ,
firmer and in fair demand; shoulders, 14c;
clear rib sides, 17c, and chlar,•l7Xc.. Sugar
cured 18a18Xo. Lard held firmly. -
but the demand is only moderate; sales at
19ma193;c, though it Is mostly held at 200.
Butter. dull, and supply. large, at 33a38c.
Eggs declined' to 22423 c, and market dull.
Cheese scarce and firmer at..l9Xe22c. Lin
seed Oil quiet, but firm, at $1,07. Lard Oil
firm at $1,60a1,65; the demand exceeds the'
supply. Petroleum firmer_and higher- '
fined, 34a36c. Exchange advanced to par
buying, and preminm selling. Gold,
135 q buying. , The Money market is easier
at Balo per cent. -
TOLEDO. January 22.—Flour dull and
nothing doing in round lots. Wheat ac
tive, and amber three cents better; sales
3,800 bush at $1,70; also, 350 bush at $1,71a
1,73, buyer, January, and $1,75, buyer, Feb
enry;i Michigan regular, and one
t better; small sales No. lat $1,90. Corn
quiet and unchanged, with new at 64e, and
rejected at 59Xe; '.business . light. Oats
lower, at 56Xa57c for Michigan and No. 1.
• Rye inactive. Barley dull and unchanged,
at $1,73a1,75 for No. 1 State. Dressed Hogs
without important change and a fair busi
neas doing, at 12Mal3n, but mostly at 12X
.PH4LADELPHIA. Januari 22.--Cloyerseed
fs Wanted at $9. Flaxseed, $2,62a2,65. FloUr
is greatly depressed and lowa and Minneso
ta extra family sells at $7,23a7,75; Ohio do.
#8,75a10. Wheat dull and declining and
sales are repotted of 2,000 bush red and
amber at $1,81a1.82. Rye is steady at ;1,60
a 1,62. Corn is held firmlysnd sales are re
ported of 3,000 bush new yellow at 8802 o;
old, 980. Oats: 72a75c for western. Quer
citon Bark: No. 1 has advanced to $45 per
ton. Petroleum is unchanged. Mess Pork
is firm at $30,50. Whisky, $1,01a1,04.
MiLlVAtrztE, January 22.—Flour firmer
and prices unchanged... Wheat unsettled
at $1,20 for No. 1, and $1,14 for No. 2. Oats
nominal. Corn firm at 56a59c for new.
Rye firmer at $1,10a1,11 for No. 1. Barley
nominal. Provisions advancing; city mess
Pork $28,75a29,00. Sugar cured Hams 16e.
Prime Lard 19e. Dressed Hogs unchanged.
Receipts-8,000 bbls flour, 36,000 bile wheat,
2,000 bus oats, 4,000 bus corn, 1,000 bus rye,
1,000 bus barley, 500 dressed hogs. Ship;
ments--6,000 bbls floor,' 2,000 bus wheat,
300 bbls pork, 100 tea lard.
BUFFALO, January 22.—F lour; city
ground opened twenty-live cents lower;
sales 200 bbls at $7,25 for No. 1. Wheat
neglected. Corn dull: sales -four car loads
new at 75o'on' track. Oats nominal. Rye
held at $1,40, with no buyers. Barley nom
inully unchanged. Seeds firm and ' un-
Changed, with alight demand. Mess Pork
firm at #3l. Lard firm at 20Mc. Hogs
nominal at 14c for heavy; none offered.
CLEVELAND, January 22.—Wheat; sales
one car No 1 red winter at $1,70; also one
car No 2 do at $1,60; alscione car rejected at
11,50,-and two cars at $1.40.. Corn heldit
710. Oats held at 02c. Rye - held at sl,3oa'
1,35 for No 1, and $1:25a1;28 for No 2: Pe.
troleum active excited and higher, with
sales two thoui3and barrels, January and
February delivered, at 38c: for refined:"
held at the close at 83%c; trade lots 2aSo
advance on These figures.
LoutsviLLE, January 22.—Tobaccq—sales.
91 bads logs and caning leaf at $5,50a15,50:
Cotton at 283;e.' Mess Pork at $3O. - Lard
at 20c, Bulk ,Meats—shoulders at 1 3 1.35 f,
clear rib. aides at 16K, and clear sides at
16%c. Bacon-shoulders at 141‘, cleat. rib
eines at 183 v and oledisides at M e packed,
Plottr•TlmPlTAino at $5,600. ,Wpeat at $1.761
PITTSBURGH = GAZETTE: 'ISATURDAYMIAN, AST s 23. 1869.
a 81,45. Whisky and Ifighwines at $1 for
BALTIMORE', January 22.—Flour, fair;
shipping demand without change. Wheat
unchanged. Corn dull; prime white 83a
84; slightly damp 80; yellow 85a87. Oats
dull at 68a72. Rye firm at $1,56a1,60. ;Mss
Pork active at 31. Bacon active; rib sides
i' c ia l l 7 %; clear sides 18; shoulders 15;
hams 19a20. Lard quiet at 25.
MEmrtris, January 22.—Cotton quiet and
nominal at 283 c; receipts of 2,134 bales;
exports, 4,135 bales; stock, 14,529 bales.
Flour—stock large; superfine $7,00a7,50.
Corn 68a70c. Oats 70c. Hay $25. Bran r.. 5.
Pork $3l. Lard 20a21c. Ilulk Meats firm;
shoulders 13c, sides 170. Potatoes un=
IMPORTS BY RAILRAODs
- - -- -
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO
RAILROAD, January 22.-1 car green hams,
E H Myers de Co; 400 bble flour, owner; 100
do do, John McDevitt; 25 bbls flour, L J
Blanchard; 10 bat: soap, F G Craighead: 55
do do, R Robison & CO; 6 bbls apples, Van
gorder & Shepaid; 34 bdls green hides, J F
McLaughlin; 25 bxs soap, 25 do candles, W
H Kirkpatrick & Co; 10 do do, J Shot; 7
bble tallow, M Delange; 7 dressed hogs, 1
car rye and oats, Kell de Ritchart; 10 labia.
apples; W H Graff drCd; 10 do do, Graff &
Reiter; 10 do do, Carter. McGrew Idc•Co: /
car rye, W J Meek; 21 big tobacco, D F
Dean; 27 bga rags, Frazer & Metzger; 13 bp
buckwheat flour, Thomas & ' Bro; 1 car
stoneware, A. C Wallace; 25 cases - Letters,
Henderson & B o; 17 bgs apple butter,
La genheim; 31 green hides,
Voigt, Mahood do Co; 1 2 dressed hogs,
1 bbl tallow, Sei bert & Berg; 2 bills green
hides, D Chestnut.
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAIL
ROAD, January 22.-14 care ikon ore, W H
Shoenberger & Blair; 10 do do, McKnight,
Porter & Co; 1 do do, Graff; Byers & Co; 2
do do, Brady's Bend Iron Co; 1 car rye, T
Moore & Son; 1 do clay, Reese, Graff &
Dull; 1 do do, Hussey , dt Co; 186 aka oats,
Gwynne & Stoneman; 1 car clay, S.M Kier;
2 cars bones, Seward de Campbell; 113 sks
rye, 90 do oats, W J Meek; 20 aks wheat, J
de W Fairley; 24 has handware, Secomb &
Co; 16 bales corn husks, W F & G Noble; 8
bbls apples, 3do dry apples,l do beans, 1
kg lard, Voigt, Mahood dr C; 20 bbls ap
ples; W J Steel de, Bro; 86 eke corn,
& Anjer; 200 empty oil bbls, R D Moore; 50
do do, Thos Musgrave; 1 box mdse, Carr,
McCandleas de Co; . 100 aks rye and meal,
Morrison ,t Davis on.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD Jan
uary 22.-10 bbls tallow, M Delange; ' 36 eke
rye, Jos S Finch & Co; I.2liides, 3 calfskins,
Hays t Stewart; 2.3 bgs rye, lot produce,
Gallagher ct Campbell; 2 pkgs rags, Mc-
Elroy & Co; 24 bags rye, Knox it Orr; 4
care metal, McKnight, Porter & Co; 42
gales hay, Moreland de Mitchell; 10 eke
wool, W Meshemens; 1 car hay, Shoenber
ger , Blair; 2 cars metal, H Woodsldes; 42
eke oats, 67 do rye, 2 bxs butter, Scott dr
Gisal; 1 car metal, John Moorhead; 111 eke
oats, Meanor dr Harper; 5 pkgs butter and
eggs, W George; 2 cars grain, H Gormley.
ALLEGHENY STATION. January =.-75
bbls. 100 eke flour, S C McMasters; 400 do
dn, J,Stewart; 113 green hides, J Canary;
17 bbls floor, lot corn, S Hood; 1 car metal,
Rogers tic Burchfield; 1 do do, Pittsburgh
Iron dt Forge C0;.3 cars barley, J Rhodes it
Co; 100 bbls flour, M Steel ct Son;
.1 car rye,
W McKee .t Co; 1 car barrel headings, .1 M
Hemphill; 2 cars staves, Ralva dr Robert
son; 108 green hides, A Holateine; 1 car
flaxseed, 97 sks do, M B Suydam; 1 car
wheat, R T Kennedy it Bro; 12 pkgs sun
dries, Jas Lockhart.
PITTSBURGH AND COHNELLSVII:LE RAIL
ROAD, January eke rags, 2 bags
onions, W J Porter; II aka flaxseed, 72 do
flour, 35 kegs butter, J W Carroll! 1 bbl
butter, 1 do onions, Smith, Johnston Sr, Co;
10 rolls leather, G H Anderson; 2 do do, W
Flacons & Son; 4 do do, G N Hofrstott; 3
cars metal, John Moorhead; 20 sks oats, W
AGENTS WANTED. .
810 A DAY.
TWO $lO MAPS FOR $4.
PATENT REVOLVING . DOUBLE MAPS
OF AMERICA. AND EtItOPE, AMERTCA. AND
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Colored—ln 4000 Counties.
These greaps, now Just completed show
and he of im portance all Railroads to date. and the
latest alterations In the various European etstes.
These Maps are needed In every behool and family
In the land—they occupy the space orune Map. and
by means of toe Reverser , either elde can be thrown
front, and any part brought level to the eye. Coun
ty' rights and large discount given to geed/ Agents.
Apply for,Clrculars. Terms and Samnle Maps to
LLOYD'S MAP BUREAU, -
de2l-b72-d&T 523 Courtlandt,street. N.Y. j
WANTED -ON COMMISSION,
ONE HUNDRED TONS OP
-IP 0 i.a.a r iain
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
The higtiest market prleei and quick *ales
guaranteed. Mark packages distinctly and send
biTait. BALLARD & CO.
Commis gif.n Merchant, , 331
I'IRST LIST, 1869.—ApplIca
lions to sell liquors hied In the Clerk's office
liaganit ife7arthy, 0. G., First ward.
titeinruck. Tavern, Third ward
S. Goldstein, o..t}, Th ird ward. .
John Shannon, IL H., Seventh ward.
Valentine Penyer, Tivern, Third ward.
Townships. . .
John N Tidbitll, Ts:Vern. North Fayette.
Allch.• Toole, Tavern, Pitt,
ALLacitilver COUNTT: ,
The License Board will sit. for hearinsr the. above
sppl cations on W/f.DNE/11./AY. the il7th Inst.', al
9 o'clock AT.nr. JOHN G. IsnowN,
FRENCH BURR. MILL STONES.
French Burr Smut Machipets
THE BEST WHEAT CLEANERS IN 13111 L
Portable Flour and Feed Mills,
An Cambers ant best quatlty. For sale at
319 and 321 Liberty St., Pittsburgh, Pa,
W. W. WA'LLAILW.
OTICE.—AII Persons Having
claims ag ainst the FEDERAL OIL COMP&NY
are request edto present the same duly nuthentics
ted for settiewent. And all Persons holding rez tlfi
red stock will Weans hare the, same properly
transfer on the posit of the Conpany to enable
them to drariedividentl from proeeeds of the prop.
erty which has been sold, and of which dividend
will be awarded when debts of the Company are
paid or ascertained.
Corner DuquAn B Way L a LS d
H Se nds ary
Pittsburgh, Jan, 5,186 L 1a0:c70
oricz.—All Persons knowing
themselves Indebted to the estate of ROBERT
Es, late Of Pittsburgh, de' , will make imme
(Date payment to the subseriber at his store in Tem
ati.benticated for settlement.
. 1868. • J AMES RICHARDSON. '
NOTICE.—To all o En
jrgiged In Hauling or Whekling Rubbish or
shes: You are hereby notified not place any
rubbish or ashes on the wharf. MI rubbish er ashes
roma be taken to the Point. Any person caught vt.
olating the above notice will be dealt with to the
fullest•extent of the law.
,•: • • ROBERT A. RILL,
Allegheny Wharf Master.
t -FYFICE,-Persons owning proP
°lcy frontins or abutting on Aiken' avenue, in
city of Pittsburgh, will, please t a k e not i ce t h e
ieeart of viewers, in the matter of the opening of
/Likens avenue, , has been plated in my hands.
The assesamellte, It not , Pahl on or: before Februa
ry 11th, iggo, will Itn3l9lpren in Ooart as liens.
• J 1 F. rwatoLit. Cit. Attorney,
tal,:de• I 100 Fifth Ayeena t.. „.
SOll% AS --100 tons choice brand. to ito for IMO by
• noll cAIIPLELTO a Kw.
The river continues; to recede steadily
at this point with scant six feet in the chan
nel by he Monongahela marks last even
ing. W ether yesterday wan clear, cold
and pleasant. Mercury did not get above
28 during the day, and towards evening
it was going down again.
The Bayard, from Parkersburg, Kenton,
from Por , smouth, and Glendale, from St.
Louis, constitute the arrivals. The Glen
dale wound have got here much sooner
but for tbe fact that she was detained
about Manchester putting off iron ore.
There were no departures aside from
the regular packets.
The Gre' Eagle, Captaln C. L. Brennan,
is the regular packet for Parkersburg to
day, leaving at noon.
There was considerable floating ice in
the Allegheny last evening, but, ast yet, it
does not amount to much.
The Bellevernon, Capt. J. J. Darragh will
be the first boat oat for St. Louis, leaving
The new steamer Mollie Ebbert, Capt. G.-
W. Ebbert, is now receving for New Or
leans, and'will be thefirat boat out.
The Camelia, Capt. Thos. Poe, is an=
nounced to leap) for Nashville this even
The Champion arrived last evening with
a good trip.
The Sallie, Captain T. S. Calhoun, is an
nounced to leave for Cincinnati and Louis
ville this evening, as is Th e se Glasgow,
Capt. Andy Robinson, Jr. are both
BOATMEN'S BETEEL.—Rev.Dallas, D. D.,
will hold religious services on Sabbath on
the steamer Rate Putnam, at 3 o'clock.
All are invited. Observe tlie Bethel flag at
—The R. R. Hudson left Cincinnati for
Pittsburgh on Wednesday with four hun
dred tons freight and 30 passengers.
—The New York left Cincinnati for
Nashville on Wednesday with 250 tons of
freight, including something over 3,000
kegs of nails.:
—David Berlin, formerly harbor master
at St. Louis, has been indicted for obtain
ing a small sum of money under false pre
tenses, and admitted to bail in $l,OOO.
—The Great Republic was hauled out on
the ways at Mound City in the abort space
of five hours which, considering the great
size of the boat, reflects credit upon the
managers of the railway:
—A St. Louis dispatch to the Cincin
nati Commercial say s : The charge of mur
der against Samuel Barr, of the Great Re
public, has been none prow. The case of
Captain Donaldson is continued on account
of the absence of witnesses.
—The Vicksburg. Herald, of Friday, says:
The peninsula opposite Vicksburg has
commenced a wholesale caving, having
parted with tho bank from Young's place
down—nearly to the,rear of Nolly's—a dis
tance of several miles, and a width of two
hundred yards. The little Roma Wheeler,
passed at the time of one of the big oat--
Inge, had to make a "bee line shot" out
into the middle of the stream to prevent
being capsized: by the surging waters.
—The following hit is from the Louisville
Courier Journal: The House of Represen
tatives at. Washington are again tinkering
at the Ohio river bridge bilkand it is said
will amend the bill of the Senate so as to
allow 400 feet span. We have not time nor
inclination to give this measure any furth
er discussion, but will, offers mere sugges
tion that if the Committee had been - here
on our wharf 'a few evening since, when
one of ohr first class boats was "piloted
over the falls safely," Ltc. they would have
thought that four hundred feet was hardly
a circumstance, and been ready to vote five
hundred yards, instead of four hundred
feet. We are very sorry, they were not
here, as the same thing may never happen
on the same boat.
—The St. Louts/ Democrat, as Democrat, says: The
towboat Mary Alice arrived Saturday night
with three model barges, each containing
20,000 bushels of coal, The run was made
from Cairo to oils port in forty-six hours,
which is said tolbe the best work ever done
by a towboat. The Mary Alice left again
on Sunday morning for Cairo, with. two
barges with iron 'ore We also
I clip the folloWing from the same paper:
We had the pleasure of a call yesterday
from Commodore Joab Lawrence, Presi
dent of the Sioux City ca Fort Benton
Packet Line, Or N. W. Transportation
Company. The Commodore visits this sea
lion for the purpose of purchasing six
steamboats for his line. which was very
successful last season, and enjoys the pros
pect of a greatly, enlarged business this
Rivera! and Weather.
Mg Telegraph to the" Pittsburgh Gazette.)
Louistitax, January 22.—River falling,
with 10 feet 2 inches of water in the chan
nel. Weather clear and mild.
ST. Louis, January 22.—Weather clear
"VOIR CINCINNATI AND
A: LuUDIVILLE.— The _steamer
C11,131P/021 Wei. Yutrait, Captain.
Will leave for the above ports on TUESDAY, the
Forfrvight or passage apply on board or to
J.: D. UOLLIZitiWOOD.
Ja23 or JOHN FLACK. • gents.
VOR CAIRO I AND ST.
LOUIS.—The new and splendlS
Passenger Packet •
BELLE* VERNON ..... DARR at, Master,
Will leave for the above ports on TUESDAY. the
Sl6th Inst., at 4 o'clock r. M.
For freight or passage apply on board or to.
.la= • J. D. COLLINGWOOD. Agent.
'Lloire CAIRO, 1 1 1EMPRIII
L and NEW CHILEANS—The new
and splendid passenger steamer
MOLLIE EBEST...-.,..G, W. lIIERT. Commander;
WIII /cave for the above ports on SATUNDAY,
the 231 Inst., at 4 o'clock P.M.
For ireight or passage apply on board or to
FLACK it COLLING WOOD. or
WIRIEST HAZLETT, Agents.
Through receipts giv Mont g ome r y ove boat to anti,
Mt. Zemin. Benton. , Ala., AL anti, .
Macon, West Point. Georgia, and all points on the
Alabama river and Texas ports at lowest ' rates
Ja.Z GHEIEST HASLETT.
Veit CINCINNATI AND j a diGa
LOITISVILLE.—The tine st ins' •
9ALLIF Capt. T. S. CALHOUN
Will leave for the aboie ports on SATUNDAY
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
021 (11ElltlEST E
FOB CINCINNATI AND
LOUISVILLE.—The fine passen
GLASGOW Capt. ANDREW ROBINSON
Will leave for the above ports on SATURDAY
January' 231, at 5 P. M.
FOR EVANSVILLE and
AND NASHVILLE. • The Rae
_ • •
CAMELIA • Capt. JESen Dun'
Will leave for the above polls on SATURDAY.
the =lima., at 4 o'clock r. M. (
• For freight or passage apply on board or to
pug r or J. D. COLLINGWOOD. Agents.
Marietta and Parkersburg Line.
Leave Company's Winn Boat, foot of Wood street,
DAILY, AT 151 M.
..... ..... . . S. tiezraanD, 15faster.
Wrzusizra.L7s AND BATIMDATS.
OBEY ......... C. L. Basnrr.a.m, Master.
Pratg!it will be tetelved at all banns by
sal4 JAMES COLLINS. Agent
.‘ -0 110E.—The . Business
lilies heretofore Magni:lig between the'undev.
a vied under the arm of ORDEKOH & WOOD Were .
dissolved by mutual consent on the 21st day 0} 4)6.
!0ber.t19616. The lisbilltles of the old firm tilts, be:
settled y OHRII lAN GEDENOH, Those Icnow-'
Ingthesuelvcs to be indebted , Intl please
at once. O. tiEDEKO .
BlestiNcoliel, ofati. /it; 11 136. er'°‘ 14.
60 6 I 6 t (*AR j MERCHAN
J. L. ............A. I. larzrzNioN.
DELLINGER t STEVENSON,
No. 87 Second Stieet, Pittsburgh, Pa.
RECEIVE AND 'BELL
AU Kinds of Country Produce
All orders for Merchandise promptly tilled at
LOwiref market rates. Particular attention given
to the sale of Butter, Eggs, Cheese Dried .Fruits,
Ac, We feel confident that we can give entire sat
isfaction, by making QUICK SALES and PROMPT RE
TURNS. at HIGHEST HARKED PRICES, and therefore
resnectfhily solicit your consignments. Ail corre
spondence answered promptly: Marking Plates
furniahed free. Grain in Store and to arrive daily.
STA BLIA 11 ED BY A. & T.
1 ,./24 Or BALLY, 18/O. -
W. N. GORM.L .
No. 271 Liberty Street,
(Dnnzc - rvp Opr. EAoLz Hopsi,)
:see_ PITTgBVItG3II. Pd.
WATT, LANG & CO.,
WICOLIMAZZ DIJkLICIZEI IN.
Graeerles, Flour. Grain, Produce, Pro•
Thilons,Plsh, Cheese, Carbon Oil. dre.,
Nos. .1151 and 174 WOOD EiTRE;T, gear Liberty
street. Pittsburgh. Pa. no8:II55
Y. ISTRILk . •
Air STEELE & SON,
Er/...01711. GRAII:NI ato
No. 95 OHIO ESTRISI near Esit Comma*. .
ALLEGHWY CITY. PA.
J. D. CANFIELD A. T. CANFIELD.
B. CANFIELD 'B4 SON, COM..
Et TeMISSION MERCHANTS, and Wholesale
eiders in Goshen, Factory Allattiburg And 'W. B.
Chesse,utter. Lard, Pi7t ,liscon, - Flour, Fish.
Dried Fruit, Gralia, Pig Le PDX, Pearl and Soda
Ashes, White Lime, Linseed; Lard, Coal and Car
bon 0115.'1.10. 141 F irst street. Pittsburgh.
rersa =IL - JAS. P. =CH.M.&
K Elk& RICHART,
FLOUR. GRAM, SEEDIS,,WLL ae.,
'340 'Liberty ' Pittsburgh,
ALEX. IVBANIs a. B. AMIE.
COMMISSION , MERCHANTS,
Dealers la 'FLOUR, glum ind PRODUCE cam-
REALLY, No. 14i WAT1:11 STREET, above
Smithfield, Pittsburgh. • les
FETZER & ARMSTRONG,
FORWARDING AND OGNNIIIHIONNBROHAITB,
For the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard, Butter,
Seeds, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, No. 1
MARKET STREET, corner of First, Pittsburgh.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
azinalitg No. 396 PENN STREET.
ECBT. ENOS ANDREW KNOX.
KNOX & SON, COMMISSION
37 E R E c D HAITNA dor FLOUR, GRAM
DLUSONII, opposite City I:WI N , .A.llegheuiCity.
TITTLE, ' BAIRD & PATTON,
Wholesale Orocers, COMXlABSlollMerchants and
eiders and duce Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Fish,
Carbon Lard 011, -Iron, Nails, Wass, Cotton
Yarns and all P•Lcisburgh Manufactures generally,
lillil and IiIIOtCOND STREET, Pittsburgh.
JOUR I. UOCTEIR.....ZDW. HOUSX WIII. H. EOM&
TORN I. HOUSE & BROS. SUC.•
eesiors to JOHN I. 110138 E & CO., Wholesale
rocers and Commdssion Merchants, Corner of
Smithfield and Water Streets. Plttsbargb. Pa.
JOHN BRUTON 1 RA LLACIC
§IIFTON&WALLACE I WHOLE=
SA L LE O ROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS.
). 6 sLITH STREET. PlOabureh. . 1a12:r68
M. B. NEEPEB,
ALDERMAN AND EZ.OPPICIO JUSTICE OP
`OFFICE, 89 FIFTH AVEND.g.
Special attention given.Ao conveyancing and col
/W./ons Deeds Bonds audMortgages drawn up.
and all legal business attended to promptly and: an
JOS. A. BUTLER,
ALDSBMAI AID POLIOE NAGISTIL&TB.
Once, US WYLDe r IMDCBT. near Washlngtot
It aka r i r d l m i anti
gi e siVile a x l eege l l e niZZ and W. a al
Woi a g
Rx-Oldclo Justice of the Peace and Police Maxis.
trate. (mice G RANT STBRAT,opposite the Ca
thedral, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages, - Acknowledgments,
Depositions, and alt Legal Business executed with
promptness and dispatch. . • • tattle
lISTACE S. MORROW,
MX-OPMIO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND
OFFICE, N 0,73 PENNA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA
' Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions and all Legal Busineu executed.-with
.romptness Ind dispatch. rnr/9
JOHN A. STRAIN,
EX-0171010 JIIIPPIOE OP T.Y. De max f itm)
, , polacir, hi4OD3TR4TX.
Oilloellsll FIFTH STREET, op posite the Oath*.
drat Pittsburgh, Pa. , Deeds, onda: hfortgages
aiskilowledgments, Depositions and all LesalDual
nets *zonated with nroinotness and dispatel:, , •
A AMMON, •
trusties of the Peace,
CONVEYANCER; REAL' ESTATE& INSURANCE AST
CASSON iSTIMET, lieST
Collection otßento solicited &tido co:aptly attend.
Pro. 137, vista Street,
BloOMm /LOOM. raomr Room
JOHN W. BILIDELL; •
antes, Ale Diamond street,
(opposite the Court Housej
H. C. IWACKRELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
No. 89 Grant Street.
SO et aft 1 AI
VIEONANICIAL nriannuon. '
And Eilolloltor of Patents.
• _Mateo/ P. F. W. AC . Etallway.) •,_
°Sloe.' No. 79 FEDERAL STREET. loom No. X
411Altgii&R°14,.Bcix de i tata l i, C d ljne (" l..
BLA R URN A‘EonitR I LUNGI7a, DRA
sIysADR ilted. articular attention paid to ae-
LIZRY LOCOMOTLVES. Pt oon•
MSari anay.ed. Mr EVERING_DstAWT.
e nechaulea eters , WJED9•999tar
AD.-410 and after Nov. 22d, 1868, the Pas
senger Trains on the Western l'ennsylvarda Eall.
road 'will arrive at and depart from the Federal
:Street Depot, Allegheny City, am follows: •
Spriligcl'e No t - 6:40 a,ci 'Malls ...• .L... - . 4:00 a 11,
Freeport No . 1 8:20 a m'FreeporYNo. 1 9:15 a zr.
Sxpress 19:10 a niiSharpb"g No.411:20 a tri
Elharpb' No.l 1:25 p in, Express 2:45 pm
No. 2 !4:OU pna , teringd'e Nol 3:5110
Mail I 5:55 p mi Freeport No. 2 5:20 pp is
Springd'e Not 6:45 D ra!Soringd , e No 2 7:IU ci m
Aboye trains run daily except Sunder. -
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junct. every
• dunday at 7:40 a, in.,reaching Allegheny City at
9:59 a. in. • Returnig, leaves Allegheny City at
3:20 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny Jrinct. at 3:43
COmmurATIOB Tiesirrs— For sale in packager 1
Twelatv,_ between* Allegheny City, Chestnut street,
Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna anttErharpsbura.
and good only on the trains stopping at Stations ape.
' cited on tickets.
The trains: leaving Allegheny City 'At 7:00 a. as,
make direct connection at Freepon with Walker '
LUDDISUNDEDI for But ler and Hannah: , town. Throuith
tickets may be purchaseOt the Office, No. 3 St.
Clair street,near the Sus or Bridge .P"lttaburgh
and at the Depot, Allen esr
Per further information apply to
.. JAMES LEFFERTS, Agent,
• Federal Street Depot.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not a,.
mime any risk for Baggage, except for wearing al ' .
pare, and limit their responsibility to One Hundred
Dollars in value.. All baggage exceeding tbts '
amount In value will be at the risk of the owner, tins
lets taken by special contrast.
_ . • • EDWARD H. WILLIAMS
11029fieneeral Sunerintendent, Altoona. 11 i
S 101 AV LEAMAN
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY!
Tte sticansr AND mon , BELIAB• O p
from the But to all points In .,
Two Trains Maio State Line and LeavenwOrt
daily (Sunday' excepted.) on the arrival of trate. .f
Pacific italiroad from St. Loafs, and . HAnnibal and
St. Jo Railroad from Quincy, connectinv at Law
rence, Toeka and Wamego with -stasis for sit
points in SIMBIE. At end of track treat of RM.
worth with the UNITED STATE'S EXPRESS COP •
PANT'S DAILY LINE OF OVERLALICD ,
AND 1 , XPE1135 COACHES FOR.
And all Points in the territoriets
And with SANDERSON'S TRI.WEEIELY LINE of
COACHES ihr Fort Union, Bent , s Fort, ran, Albu
wireeimx i S e r Santa Fe, and all points In Arizona and
With the recenl tadditions of rolling stook ant
etutpment, and the arrangements made with re
sponaible :Overland ' Transportation Linea from Itt
western terminus, this, road now offers unequalled
-facilities fur the transmission of freight to the rat •
Tickets for sale at all the principal offices in the
United States and Caned as
HILL sure and as UNI ON keta Via THE SMOKY
BOUTS .e - I IC ILSILWAY
EASTERN DIVISION. •
TUE INMAN MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
NatiberisA' Mitten first-class among then ,
CITY OP PARIS, CITY OF ANTWEPP,
CITY or ROSTON, CITY OF BALTIMORE.
CITY OF LONDON,
Salllog EVERY SATURDAY, from Fier 45, North
5111rer, New York. For .)usage or further Inform&
!Ron apply 160 . • •
• W lll lA3l,BlNaltAht. are
iro.Zirro !WRY C7'. rehrowlete.
Newt/ **Maio !oat t)Mee. rumour"
CONNELLbVILLE, H. it.IWZIEM
On and after TUESDAY, November, 17th. 18611
trains will arrive at and depart from rue Depot mi
ner of Grant and Water streets follows:
Manta and from Unlont'n. 7: 00 rt
2. 6:00 P.
McKeesport Accommodt'n.ll.:oo A. M. 2:05 P. M.
Ex. to and from Unlont"n. 300 P. m. 10:10 A.
West Newton Accommod'n 4:30 r M. E:35 Mi
Braddock's Accommodarn 6:15 P. if. 750 P. Is.
Night Ace. to McKeegport.lo:3o P. 2. 6:45 A. Ma
Sunday Church Train to and
from West Newton.— 1:00 P. Y. 10:00 A. 21
Yor tickets apply to
W. B. STOUT. Superintend en t. B. ELNG, Agent.
21ANGE of TIME.
EGITEIiIY VALLEY ItelLßOdi
On and after MONDAY, :November Oth, ISW
TWO TRAINS DAILY will leave Pt:Wu:ire Sta.
tion,corner ofEleventh and PJke Streets for rant
lin, Oil My, Buffalo, 41.11 d all points in tbe Rite.
talon 17 ;7 . nm - stiff._'Aiuttrg IN irrrenritftll.
Mall 7:15 a m 13! all 5:40 D'isx
B E r xp d r y s s s B'd Ac 5 7 :0 1 0 0 p
m ''Ex p y s l . d A c 1 6 :30 a m
lst Soda Works ' " - tlet Soda Works
Accomod'n..lo:ffo ato Accbmoda'n. 5.20 azn
Ad Soda Works' . 12d Soda Works' •
- Accomod'n....s:oo pm ! itccomoda'n. 3:40 sin
*March Train leave Pittsburgh It 1:10 P. at. A .
rive at Plttlibn*e hof 9:50 a: Y. ' • - -
Passengers taking express train have but ono
change of cars between Pittsburgh. Buffalo and Oil
Regions. Mall and. Express Trains step only at
rillc i ipal points • Mixed Way and Accommodation •
stop at all stations. •
THOMAS M. BING, A.wt. Sup't.
•W. POSTER HOPE, Ticket Agent. • nod
CINCINNATI AND ST.
DU RAMWAY. •
• - • PAN HANDLE ROUTE -
N oANGE OP TIME.—Ori and after EIIINDATI
v.22d, 31.868, trains will leave and arrive at the
URI= Depot, as follows, .rittabariaL time:
• Depart. .6,01..
Kali Express ... . . ............., 3:13 a. m. 12:13 a. MS
Yarn:Line , 10:13a. m. 7:33 Mx
Fast Express 2:58 p. m. 12:18 p
?lifted Way 5:43 a. m. 6:43 p. nu
McDonald , ' Acc'n, No. 1..11:28 a. m.. 8:33 p. 22
Steubenville Accommod'u. 3:38 p: m. 9:48 a. m.;
McDonald?' Aoc'n, No. 2.. 5:08 p. Tu. 3:18 p. m
lir 2:58 Y. at. Express will leave daily. : r i
12:13 P. it. Mail will arrive daily.
The 10:13 a. xn. Tram leaves daily, Sundays ex....
cepted, and makes close connections a: Newark for
Zanesville and points on Sandusky, Mansfield 5X
_Newark R. R..
8. P. SCULL, General Ticket Agent.
W. W. CARD, Supl., Steubenville, Ohio.
AGH, FORT WAY NE & CHICAGO B
W...ANO CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH E. R. - i
From Dec. 2Oih 1868, trains alille.ave from
and arrive at the A nion Depcit, north side, Pitts
burgh city time, as talking:
.Leoes. • I
Er... se . •
Chicago Ex.... 3:03 a m 'Chicago E Ai x... 5113 a
Erie & Ign /I'l-7:28 a ca, Chicago Ex......11:511 a
Wh:glPl 6:118 a m Wheeling Ex. 1113 a m
Chicago B&W.- : 6:38 a m:Creattine Mail.. 3:53p ns
uhica.ga_Ex....lo:olla m Cleve la ndgx... 4:314p m
CL 4 WIVREx. 2:113 pm. Ex 4:oBpm
Chicago Ex.— - 9:43 pm . Erie & Yg'n Ex 6:13 pm
117 , e &Erie Ex. 4:53 pm Cl. dcWh'g Ex 6:58 pna
Depart /roes ..flisgfisny.. strrire to Alleghtly.
N. Brist'n Ac. 8:58 a m :N. - BrigVn Ae. 7:03 al6
..' :110:26 a.m.PN,-Brigyn- -. 46 8 : 38 a ,
11:513a m atNew Castle " 10:33 a
Rochester " 133 p m;Lee , tadale " 0:13 a m
'Leetsdale Ace . 3:58 pm 1 '' " p : 43 pm
N..Brigt'll ' • .5:33 p irt'N. Brlat'n " 91:43pm
N. Brtgt`n " • 6:98 pm:Leetsdale " 4:5.3 Dm
Leetsdale " • /0:11;pm. " " 7:18 oin
Leetsdahslun- i Leetsdale Fun-
/11.. : Church.. , .l l . 'A l i &to Express leaves gill lal4
aig• 1.1:511 a. in. Chicago Express arrive. da ily.
de= - F.' R. MYERS. General Ticket Agent,
and after Nor, 28th. 1868, Trains -will ar
rive at and depart from the Union Depot, corner 01
Washington and Liberty streets, as follows:
Aviles. I • Depart. • :
Mail Train.... 1:30 ami Day Express.. 2:30a n 1
Fast Line ... .. .' 2.40 am; Wall's No. 1.. 6:30 a m
Wall's No. 1.. 6 20 amj Mall Train . .. . 8:111 a m
BrintonAcc`n. 7:50 am. *Cincinnati Train... ,. 12:35 p Itt
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 am; Wall's No. 2.. 11:20 a M
Cincinnati Ex. 9:40 am! Johnstown Ac. 3:25 pM
JohnstcwnAc.lo:3s a m/Rraddocks Nul 4:29 pm
Baltimore Ex. ' 1.45 pin !Phila. Express 510 p M
Phila. Express 2:05 pm: Wall's N. 3.. s:2opin'
Wall's No. 1.., 1:30 p m: Wait's No,
~1.. 6:15 pm
Braddocks No:1 5:50 pm : Past-Line - 7:50 pre
Wall's No. 4. 7:25 p m:Wall's No. 5.. 11:00 p M
Way Passen`r.lo:2o p m 1"' '
The Church Train leaves Wall's Btation every
Sunday at - 9:15 a, m., reaching Pittsburgh at 10:01
a.m. Retarning,•leaves Pittsburgh at /2:60 D. m..
and arrives at Wails Station at 2:00 p. m.
* Cincinnati Itepress leaves daily. All other trains
daily except Sunday.
For Butner information apply to •
W. H. BECKINTTE, Agent. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as.
.some any risk for Baggage, excen t t for wearing d all
. rorlTiangilllllu. th e ir lrg s g i g blli ge Y t e o x?e l e e dtr tat
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner. ttn.
/en taken by special contract.
_. EDWARD H. WitLIAMS,
Genera! Superintendent, Altoona, Pa,
New Mexico, Idaho,
DMZ, VEli; sAiir
General 'Freight and Ticket Agent
LIVERPOOL AND . alk