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OFBICF, OF PITTS/MUDS GAZETTE,
SATURDAY, Tanusry 80, 1869.
This closes the first month of the new
year; and builitesa, thus far • has beet!
dull and laiagnid and, what iaworse_still,
gives' prove little evidence Of any iminedi
ate imment. ThereiS little or no life
-in auy branch , of business, _with the ex
ception-of petzpleam,:lind yrith a demand
restricted almost wholl, , to supplying:
immediate wants, there are, very' few.
transactions of any magnitude to record.
•We are in hopes,' howdver, that there
trill be a 2, 0 ... ( 59. 1 d- 11 01 0 4911,...M 4 ** '
business in the, Eipriagi and ; that we
about on the evelif better times. , •
A-PPLE fiLDX.I`..C.R- 7 .70 toßoaergsr,,,.
APPLES—Are coming m quite freely;
and the market is 'easier though prices
• are without quotable change; 43,00 to
per bbl; - - •• - - • _
- • BUTTEH=-Pribie•toOhoibilltollißittter
is,in steady demand and we can ,report
regular sales at 33. to-48c
BEANS $3,25 to $3;50 bushel.
'"BueislirlErEATTLODull at 4c.
CHITESKa-StilesOf 'prime Western Re..
serve and Hamburg at 17 to 18; and
-Gmliefaiitllt3t6 210. -•• • a
' - •
CARBON OIL.-Is'very firm and ad-,
yawing; vie now quote standard WhitO
at 31% to • i • ... -
__CRANBERRIES--,QuotedAt po to $13.•
CORNNIF4II4SI.IO $1,16 per bush.
DRIED FRUIT—We continue to qaOte
Peadx.es 13% to 14 for quarters; 15 to /6
for /rated and 17% 'to 18% tor prime
halves. • Apples, 1.0% to 1134. • •
DRESSED HOGS—DuII; 12% to 1834.
EGGS—In good supply and very dull;
we now quOte fresh packed at 27 to 28:
PROVISIONS—;Bacon fum, with sales
of Shoulders atls to 15%; Ribbed des, - r Si
- 17 - c
• to 173•40;` Clear Sides 18.3 to 18%0, and
Sugar. Cured Hams 19)0 to 200.' Prime
kettle rendered Lind, 20%c to 21e, in
tierces, and' _22e, kege. JAless Pork,
$31,50 to $32. •
HOMINY;-Sales at $6,25 to $6,50.
RESlP—Sales at $2lO per ton.
POTATOES:-:-Drill but unchanged;
Small sales in store at 80 to 85c.
GRAlN—Wheat is , dull - and un
changed at $1,75 for Winter, and $1,43 to
to $1,45 for No. 1 Spring. Corn continues
very dull and irregular; mixed
(Shelled) is offered at 75c, and prime
Yellow may be fairly quoted at 77 to
78c. There is an improved demand for
Oats, and prices are nigher; sale of one
car at 66e—maybe quoted at 65 to 66c on
track and in elevator. Rye is unsettled,
buyers and sellers apart; distillers are
only offering $1,13 to $1,45, but holders
generally are asking $1.50, and allege
that it cannot be brought here and sold
for leis, toniake anything. Barley is dn.
changed;, we continue to quote prime
Ohio and Penna. Spring at $1,95 to $2.
SEEDS---SalesCloverseed at $0,50 to
slo—English is • 'held at $l2. Tim
' .othy Seed is unchanged at $3,25 to-$3,50.
Flaxseed is in steady demand at 52,35 to
ALT—Is quiet but steady, andis still
quoted at $2 by the car load.
HAY—Sales of small lots on wharf at
$2O to vz per ton, for common to
strictly prime. -
_ _ _
SORGHUM-60 to 65c.
LARD OIL—No. 1 is quoted at - 51,70,
and'No. 2 at $1,40.
FEATHERS Live Geese Feathers
quoted at 75 to 80 to the trade, and the
usual advance in a retail way.
FLOUR—Is dull and unchanged. We ~
quote Spring Wheat, $7,00 to $B, and
Winter Wheat, $8,50 to 59,25 per barrel.
Rye Flour. 57,50 to 57,50. The Pearl Mill
quote their best brands, made GI tho
best Wheat, as follows: Extra Family
Flotir,in barrels, at $9,30, and, in sacks,
59,00 per barrel; Double Extra Family,
in barrels, $lO,OO, and, in sacks, $9,70
per barrel; Spring Wheat Flour, in bar
rels; 57,80. and ,in sacks, 57,50 per barrel.
The City Mills quote prices as follows:
Extra Family, • (Winter) in barrels,
.58,80, and, in,sacks f $9,09 per barrel;
Double F.xtra..Fanaily, in barrels, 59,80,
and, in sacks; 59,50 per barrel, and
Springy $8,00,, in barrels, and 57,70, in
sacks, per barrel.
WHISKY—We can report sales of
Righwines, in car , loads, at 93% to 94c,
and in a jobbing way, at 95 to 97c.
ONIONS-55 to •56 per bbl.
nizneisti Mtters in New York.
Gold Closed at 1364.
By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
NEW YORE, January 30 2 1869.
Money easy at 6@7 per cent. on call.
Sterling quiet at 9:14@9%. Gold opened
at 136 y„ and closed at 13634. No ship
. ments to-day.
The ,:bank statement is favorable.
Loans,. $265,171,109; increase, 8216,490.
Specie, $27,784,923; decrease, 81,079,274.
Circulation, 834 231,156; decrease, 835,790.
Deposits, $196,985,462;• decrease, g 116,701.
Legal Tenders, 04,747,569; increase,
BONDS AND STOCKS.
Governments weak and lower. Cou
pons of 1-881; - 112%®114; do. '62,,113@
1184; do. '64, 109%®109%; do. '65, 11034
i@110 6 3 ; new ,do., 108%01083i; do. '67,
108344108 M; do. '6B; /08%®109; Ten-
Forties, 1.0.8%®10835. • _
State securities quiet. Missouri% 8735;
New Tennessee% 87.;f@68: North Caron
' nes, 61@61;54; yirginias, 62@63; Loulal
- Levee &xes; 89g®69%.
Rail Way market has been irregular
and,ori_ some'shares weak, in sympathy
• with the report that the Illinois Senate
adopted the House amendment to the
railroad fare , bill. ...Rock Island fell to
43.4 per cent. in the forenoon, butNalckly
reacted, while Northwestern varied onIV,
y. to •M. .per, cent. Columbus,, Chicago
• and Indiana Central Ball• two per cent.
• ' while .the general list was g(31.4 per
cent. lower. : The. weakness contitined at •
afterncien call, with a further dealing of,
1 4igli• per cent.,-Northwestern - alone be
ing comparatively (firth. The tiaport as_
to the action 'bf the\llllnois Legislature
is generally- Credited, :and :it. as: added
, that e bin into be introduced compelling
the companies "to. reduce, ratea on way,
freight,and Another sharp cprialine too, k
.. Piece, subsequently, reenveringlrqm ;he
- lowest( point, but the market eloseci,un
The registry of all stocka„ in,
tx,tls; companies is _completed dr in pre
lreta,exCept-Eriell = I
. Five-thzrty Pricea:.;.-Cninberlantl, 88341E1
89; Wells Express, 305‘,681; American,
44;'Adanaa, 15g65%; Unitett States. 553 i
@56 , 4; Iderentinta' X.Tnfon, , 17y,®18;,
quicksilver, 24@2-114; Canton, 60N @BON;
Pacific Mail, 119%©119%; Western Union
Telegraph, 87%@88; Mariposs„.7.@B;. do..
preferred, 28X24; -Navy - York •'Central,
16234@i62%; Erie, .3t , ,,®38(y 3 ; Icludson,.
334;5(4 ) 1343,: Harlem, 18.5®185%; Bead
: ing 95%%974; 'Terre 'Haute 41 1 4 do.
preferrkd, 6714@69; Wabash, : 64 844;.
a do. prei'rd.77s79; St, Paul, 66®68; ex-;
dividend prerrd,B2@B; Fort Wayne;
121@l213;; Ohio and Mississippi, 384@
sEq!„; Michigan Central, 11834; Michigan
southern.93N@9.l. - 1111
, noCent ra l,
13E04, Pittsburgh, 924@92%; Toledo, 105
6105%4 Hoek Island,lBo%@l3oy,t North
' western, 83 :K®834; do. preferred, 90X
wog shares tua steady—Montane, 50;
Smith tit: Parmelee, 245; Grass Valley,
43; Now York, 250; Gregory. 270®275. •.•
copper Stocks at Boston—Calumet, Se;
copper F a il s , 16%; Franklin, 15%; Heels,
8; 'Hancock,n af,t 'Minnow* 2;'Qnini
Recelpls at tiie Sii6-Tressiffy,t 1,845,928;
'payments,s.3,lo3;696; balance, ti83.78,72T.'
The Gold exports of the week amount,
,t 0 8962,71¢7. The Imports of Ilry Goods
hrrion , .t 82,781,2 a; deneral•.,,Meichali
!dift, 42,496,110, • ! -
.• ;targets by .Telegraph.
1 _ NEw mix, january,3o.—Cotten more
active and %,c better; sales 4,300 bales at
29%c for middling uplands. Fiotir saloi
lower and, dull; receipts 2,085 bbls;' sales
4,790 bbls at $5,75a6,25 for superfine State
~ _ .
and Western; $6,90a7,20 for extra State;
86,70a7,60 for extra 'Western;' $7,60a9,00
'for white:, wheat 'extra; $6,75a0,00 for
round hoop Ohio; $7,500,50.f0r extra St:
Loths; $9,U0a12,110 for, good choice extra
do., closing iluietr Callibrnia .quiet at
$5.25a8.0u fur old, and $8,25a/ti,75 torrnew.
Rye Flour ,quiet; sales 200„blils at $5,25a
7,40.. Corn Meal' nominal. Whiskey
nominal atislal,ol 'for Western. Wheat;
heavy and la2e lower;„ no receipts; sales
65,000 bus at $1,55a1,62%;f0r No, 2 spring
in store and 'delivered; the latter price
for choice;' $1,63 ilor N05..:1 anci,'2 do.,
mixed. Rye dull, and. heavy. ~Barley
quiet;_ sales 2,000 bus 'Canada . West at
$2:15. ' Barley Malt: quiet.... IVO .Malt,.
..ti1,41.' Corn heavy And' le loWer; receipts
24,025-bus; sales 39,000 bus at. 9104a
for . new mixed, 'Weston:4' , $1,01a1,05
for old do. - in store; ' 912940 for
new white Southern; ,95a950 for South
ern. Oats, heavy and lower, at 80a85e;
email sales at - 75efor Western in store,
and Tie do. 'afloat;. else, _ 25,000 bush do.
for buyers in the afternoon, for 90 days at
77c. Rice firm at 9!(al0c. Carolina cof
fee firm, with sales of 70,000 sacks Rio at
private terms. Sugar steady; 300 hhds
Cuba at 11;4x11 c. Molasses firm; 250
hhds Muscovado at 40c. Petroleum firm
at 23c. Crude, 116}4c.. Refined bonded
hops quiet. Linseed oil steady at slo3a
$104,1u casks and barrels. Leather and
hemlock sales very firm at 28341130 for'
'Buenos Ayres; Rio Grande light and
middles weight wool moderately active;
sales of 600,000 lbs at 45a47 for d•omestic
fleece, 36a51c for pulled, 53c for tubbed,
and 48 for tails. Coal quiet. Spirits tur
pentine quiet. Pork . a shade firmer;
sales of 1,500 bbls at 30,50430,62 for now
mess, $30 i (X1a530,25 for old do„ $25,25a
$26,25 for prime, ; and $28,50a529,00 for
prhne mess; also, 1,000 bbls new mess for
sellers for March at $31,00.. Beef—sales
of 50 hills at .$16,001416,50 'for new
plain mess, and $19,50 for extra mess.
Tierce P-eef steady; sales 240 'tierces at
27a32c, prime mess 31a37.3. Beef hams
steady: sales of 170 bbls at 30a35c. Cut
meats unsettled; sales 270 packages at
13%a1414c for shoulders, and 17%a113%,c
fur hams. Dressed Hogs quiet at /33,1 a
14 1 d o for western, and 141014y,c for city.
Middles firm and quiet; sales 140 boxes
at 16c fur, Cumberlandcut, • and 17c, for,
short ribbed. Lard quiet; sales 650
tierces at 19%a20%c for steam, and 207„a
20 7 g c for kettle rendered; also, 500
tiercessteam ' seller for February.' 1 to
August 1, at 19%c. Butter dull at 28a35c
for Ohio. Cheese firm at 16a21c. Sheet
copper steady at about previous prices.
Ingot copper quiet and firm at 26,t2.6%c
for. Baltimore, and 26/0.263,1c for Lake
Superior. Pig iron quiet and drooping
1 at 40a42c for Sootch,and 3.5a390 for Ameri
can. Bar iron in moderate demand at
. 90095 c for refined English and American.
Sheet iron quiet at I-email y,c for Russia.
Nails quiet at sNast,,:c for cut, and..4iy,a
63.1 c for clinch, and 27a3ue for horse shoe.
" Freights to Liverpool rather inure ac
tive; engagements of 40,100_,bus grain at
6.,:id for wheat per sail, and 7d for corn
per steamer, and 10,000 bids flour per sail
at is 6d.
Latest —Flour closed dull and 10a15c
lower, with a decline chiefly upon me-
drum and good grades. 'Wheat north
'nally .I.cTer, with a trifling export in
quiry for spring. Rye; $1,45a1,48 for
western. Oats doll, at 74c for western in
store. Corn quiet and heavy, at 91a93,10
for new mixed western. Pork more ac
-1 tive and deeidedly firmer; sales of 5,000
I bbls of new mess at $3l, cash; for Fehru
ary and March $31,25 is bed and $31,50
asked. Beef quiet and without decided
change: Cut Meats fairly active and
quite firm. Bacon quiet and without de
cided change. Lard firmer and active,
at 2014E12030 for good to prime steam.
:Eggs dull at 24a26c.
Dry Goods.—The market for cotton
goods is still inactive, but firm; we quote
heavy brown sheetings, Pequot brand,
at 17%; Atlantic 17 in New York and
17% in Boston; Appleton 161017; Great
Falls S 13; Great Falls M 16; Atlantic V
shirtings 1414; Amoskeag A bleacbe.l
muslins 16%; Arkwright water twist 2u;
ILansdale 18; Masonville 18a18%; Hope
15%; New York Mills 27.14a28r Manville
, 26; Utica 4-4 25; 5.4 35;.8.4 30; 9.4 65; 10 4
70; Alleu's prints 13a1314; Dunnel's do.
131113%; American 13413%; Simpson's
morning 12%a13; mousidelaines 20; lawns
18; percols 31;•Lancaster and. Atnoskeag
ginghains 17: Clark cir Coates' spool.
thread 90, Hadley 76 net: Green & Daniels
and. Stafford Bore. glace spool thread 50;
Empire cloak sackings $l,lO per yard.
Cinosoo. January 30.—Eastern EX
change quiet and firm at 1-10 off,. buying,
and premium,,selling. Flour dull,
with buyers and-sellers 15a20c apart in
views; sales spring extra at $5,40a6.
Wheat quiet and %ale loWer, with sales
No. 2at 131,13,1481,14%;. closing. with sel
lers at $1,1334; sales since 'Change at the
same price. Corn less active, and 34aX0
lower, with sales new at f6qiis7c; • No. 2
grade at bleac; Closing, under ander sales this
afternoon, at 56%a5614c for new. 'Oats,
- opened moderately, active at yesterday's
outside figures, 'with sales at 49a4934e;
"'closing dull at 490, Ryequiet and Sala
lower, with sales No. 1 at'sl,l6al,l7; No.
2at $1,14a1,1434; closing at 01,16,11,17 for
Nd..l. Barley dull andlnominal at $1,72a
11,75 for No. 2. Highwines dull and
nominal at 91a92e, Provisions quietand
firmer. Mesa Fork.,socblghei . , with sales
at pop on voti and sal seller for March
and,buyer for FebrUary; at close holders
.asked p 0,75. • .Turd. quiet and firth , at_
`1.9r.a200.' Sweet . Piokled Hams at 16e;
'green do. 15X.c. ,'Beef gains at 810. Re
, eilipta for the past 24 hours-11,695 bbls
four,' 3b,905 bitah:Wlhat; 98,100 bus corn,
'2,065 . bush osta r 2,6o4tush rye, 5,639 bus
'barley, 4,2564 head hogs.* , .Siiipments....i ,
8,970 bbls f10uri.9,268 bush wheat, 2,00
'bush corn, - 2,905 bush oats, 1,120 bus rye,
4,345 head hogs; .•.. , - -i •• . ' '
' ' --Dressed hogs in fair demand at $13,50.3
13,75; closing - at -,118a13,60, dividing- on
200: .'Live hogs firm and active atllo,soa
11.50 for common to good smooth. 'Beef
Cattle are quiet, steady and -unehanged.,
k.,Lquie, ',Tannery '3o. Tobacco,-of--
ferings continue small and prices un
changed..Hen* nominally unchanged;
.stock , con:,.liiiiid 1,200 'bale, undressed .
400 bales, - dressed 'lOO `bales. Cotton;
.aisles of low gradeat'2s l /ic. Flour quiet
'and nuebanged at $5,5036 for superfine',
t 6,50 fir ' , ,t .
,ag ', , e sry xtr i a o ltl ta.o ,sori b 6 l ; o 7) oi fo t r ra dp t i o lb r i a e n e c x y : ,
Wheat easier but not'iribt.Shly lotver;
sales ,of fair to ,good fall at $1,40a1,85,
choice white 'sofa 4 ;1;90, No .'2 spring
at $1,30, - Coruldull and - droOpittir at 68a
72c. . Oats operied,liigherlit 0004 c, 'tut/
closed lower. , Barley unchanged at;sl4Bs
a 2,00 for prime to choice lowa spring.
Rye dull and lOwerat $1,25a436. Whisky'
, heavy .and - roarer at 93 1 ,094%,, Pork
Lfirmettut inactive at figia2l,so, latter lbr
heavy. Bulk *eats, ,shoulders, 18c, rib
Bides Iwo, clear , do. 1650, clear rib find
clear aides 164017 c. Bacon dull; sales in
small way at 14 1 /,a14%0 for shoulders
and clear sides. Lard inactive and weak,
but .not• lower,'nOminally , , , st .;20a0get.
The tecelpts for the, ; past twenty-four
hours amounted to 3,300 barrels of flour . ,
3,050 bushels of whoat,'ll,2oo bushels of
corn, 3,000 bushels cf oats, 2,800 bushels
,of bafley,-300,bushele of rye, 700 head of
hogs. , '
7 ' Hogs, packing virtually over and Onlyy
enough Arriving tosupply butchers; sales
at 103Sallc; the number packed to date
was 226,140. Cattle in better deniand and
prices range at 33,1a7.tfzi0 for interior to
extra. : 0 ' ," , .l
CiscrxNATl, January SC—Flour ,dull
and prices drooping„ wild flintily at 37,50
a 7,75. Wheat dull and : prices 'nominal,
at $1,60a1,70 for Nos. 2 and 1.:. Corn un
changed and quiet at 67a68c. Rve dull
at 31,37a1,40. ' Oats higher, with Na.' 1 at
63c.'. Barley ' unchanged and ! qhiet.
,Whisky steady at 913 c. ; ,Cotton firmer un
der Liverpool ,dvlces andprices higher;
middAng - 28 1 6.- Prtivisieha quiet! but
beld!firmer; t e demand. is. light; howevt
er, and „large sales o:141 not have. been.
our made at quotations. Mess Pork sold
at $31631,25; buyer . irebruary, inside rate
for-first/bait - ,Budi Meats, nothin" . b one ,
and prices nominally unchanged. B con
in but limited at • 14y,a17 1 / 4 ISe
for shoulders; clear "rib and clear sides.
Lard held at 20c. Ctreette. firna at ~12.1 4 a
161 , 0 for brown to white. ' 'Paitter dud
and prices lotiiir; fresh - 28.132c; latter was
the extreme , xate. Cheese in good ale.,
and at 19%a22c. Eggs firm at 20c. No
change in Oil. Gold 1351 buying: BX.
'change lower; the bankera: pay. 50 dia.
count to par; supply better. , . ' : '
MILWAUKEE, January 30.—Flour; is
quiet and steady, with sales of choice
Minnesota at $6a6,25; choice Illinois and
-lowa at $5.50a6,25, and'medium at 35,25 a
5,50. Wheat is lower, with sales of No.
lat $l,lB, and No. 2at $1,12. Oats quiet
and unchanged. Corn is dull and noth
ing doing. Rye is quiet at $1,30 for No.
1. Barley is unchanged.. Provisions are
quiet, with sales pf city mess Pork at $3O
1130,50. Sugar cured Hams, 'l6al6;ic.
Prime city Lard is held at 20c. The re
ceipts for the past twenty-four hours
amounted to 2,000 barrels flour, 23,000
bushels wheat, 1,000 bushels oats, 3,000
bushels corn, 400 bushels rye, 300 bushels
barley, and 600 head of hogs. The ship.
ments for the same time amounted to
2,000 barrels flour, 1,000 bushels wheat,
200 bbls and 400 tea pork, and 50 tcs lard.
' NEW ORLEANS, January M.—Cotton is
irregular; Middlings have advanced y i c;
lower grades ittNc: Middlings, 28c; the
sales amount to-11,000 bales; receipts,
5,012 bales, exports,3,2l2 bales. Gold,
136., 5 4. Sterling, 14; Commercial, 1473ia
158 V,. ~ New York: sight, y, s o discount.
Flour is lower; superfine, 1i6,37; double
extra, $6,90a7; treble extra, $7,25. Corn
is lower at 76a78c. Oats dull at 70e. Bran
dull and unchanged. Hay unchanged.
Pork dull at $33. Bacon dull; shoulders,
15%c; clear rib, .184 c; clear sides, 19c.
Lard dull; tiaras, 203.4 c; keg, 223.4 c.
'Totrato, JanuarY SO.—Flour quiet and
steady. Wheat is unchanged and all
grades aro quiet; amber, $1,67; No. 1
white, $l,BB. Corn: new is steady at 66c
on spot; 68c, buyers option; all in Febru
ary, rejected; is ingood request at 7424 c,
but is genera'ay held at 65c; condemned
sells at 62e; yellow, 72a73c. Oats moder
ately active at 52a58 for . Michigan No. 1.
Rye quiet and unchanged; $1,27 for No.
1 and Michigan. Barley steady and State
sells at $1,80; Canada, $2,10. Dressed
H0&5,13a131, 4 42,, business light. Clover
seed dull and there were no buyers at
BUFFALO, January 30,—Flour is inac
tive. Wheat is nominal. Corn Is dull,
and new is scarce and lirm, with sale; of
a few car loads on track at 70a503. Oats;
the market is nominal at 64a1350. Rye is
held at $1,35. Barley is qulet,'and hold
ers are asking $ 2,10 for Canadian. Seeds
are in fair demand, with sales of four car
loads at $8,75a6 for medium Clover, and
150 bushels Tiniothy at $3,50. Pork and
Lard are dull and unchanged. Dressed.
Hogs' are nominal at $13,50314. High
wines retail at $l.
CLIIVEL.LND, January 30.—Flour dull
and unchanged; city, Sitall,2s for treble
extra white; $9,59a9,75 for double extra
amber; $2,25a8,50 for double extra red
winter; $7,76a8 for double extra. spring;
country tntide, $7,50a8 for double extra
red audaraiier; $7117,50 for double extra
spring; $9,25a10 for double extra. white.
Wheat offered at $1,66 for No. 1 red win
ter; $1.56 for No. 2 do. Corn, 69c. Oats,
60a61c. 'Rve, $1,30. Petroleum—market
stiff but unchanged, and tending up
ward; refined held at 34a35c in large lots.
PHILADELPHIA, January 30.—Ootton
firm. Clover Seed• active , at $9a9,25.
Flour dull and weak.. Wheat dull and
unsettled;' red $1,60a1,75; amber $1,50.
Rye; western $1,60. Corn dull; sales of
3;000 bush; new yellow 88e; mixed west
ern 90c. Oats; there is a fair demand;
sales of 5,000 bush western at 72a75c.
Petroleum steady; crude 27c; refined
3534c.i Groceries unchanged. PiOVll4lOlll3 .
less active. Whisky selling slovrly 980 a
LOUISVILLE, January 33.—Tobacco
Orin-at 84 in hogsheads and ,$5,00a18,75
for lugs to cutting leaf. i Cotton 27X.
Mess Pork e2l. Lard 20. i Bulk Shoul
ders 13 1 4a14; clear rib sides 189ia17;
clear sides 1714a17M. Bacon shoulders
1431 i clear , '• , l3 sides 17%; clear sides
WA'. Sups tine Flour $5,75a6,25. Wheat
51,75a1,80. Corn 63565. Oats 80a62.
Whisky, raw and tree 97.
M.Efarme, January SO.—Cotton irregu
lar and nominally 28c; receipts, 1,327
bales; exports 835 bales. Flourt, low
grades in fair demand and .prices un
changed. Corn 70,172 c. Oats 75c. Bay
524.. Bran s2si Corn Meal $1,35. Pork
$32,50. Lard 2134a=%c. Bulk Meats
firm; shoulders 18%c; sides 18c.
BALTIMORE, January 30.—Flour dull.
Wheat firm and in fair demand; choice
red $2,80a2,3& Corn firm, with prime
white at• 85a88c. Oats firm. Bye firm.
Mead Pork firm at $32. Banon active; rib
aided . 'l7%al7fic; clear do - 48%1%18%4
shoulders 15,4a155;c. lianas 20c. .Lard
firm at 20;4a21c. '
' January' 30. ==Cotton
steady; lo* middlings 26y,c; good ordi
IMPORTS BY RAILRAOD.
- PiTrantracirti. FORT , WAyltai & Cfrx
tomio.,g/ILAQAD, , January 30.-18 cars
rnetal;,..N rnickA Co; b W Porter;'
ild i - dd, rdwn' de OW 2 id° 'Grid;
'llyeitiZiteu; 7do :do ; :-Jas ;Mood, Son &,
Dilworth & CO; 1
car,rye,..Hugh R.nkit 1110 bbls ' flotir; A
'Zirkpatiiek'dt Col , 800 dodo, °mien:loo
- MeChtre & McKee; car.milifeed.
141enrad; 2, cars whisky, bbls 'Jai; S
Finch; 2 cars Iltuesione,- Shotinbeigeig&
Bialril. ear coin, R P ..KennedY & Bro; 1.
hay,,ol:l. Allerton; 2 dressed hogs, 2 pkgs,
.butter, I:1 Rea Jr; '2 ogs butter; P Duff
& Sciii; 1 bbl eggs, Knox . Son; =l2 bbla
apples; J J Pettit: ,78 -tibia. apples ; Jujus,
Barkers; 67 do do, yoi g t, Mahood & Co; 8
do do, Woodworth (lc Davidson; ''B 'pkgs
'butter;'3 tfo egg4;'Grall' & Reiter; oar,
corn, Geo Btawart; , 25, bbls:ref oil, John-,
atop I() do ao , W 48.
bales hops, ' Spencer 'et A'VeKtIN); 9 hgs
book a`lboat , fibtiri WP-Shriver & Co; 10 do
do,4,*B(.37*(iW; , lQodoAsbevelhandles,
ppnpni 3 94 ez,l3tair; 190 d'o clo, Myers J.:
Ai Z Wainwright; 39
bblit apples, - W ;Graff & Co; 8 ,bbis
, D earisph r .o,l l ll/I:batigh & Co; ..1 ,car rve,
,Means,& Co b; '39 bills 'huntres s '
w istittldiff 1 cheb nye, W Moltina & Co;
1 7, bblis appleB, , 2.,bgs weal, 3, do rye, R
A.E.LaaRENr . vitt.iacr ilaii;notito, Jan.
I we. * 31.-840 bble oil, oweton & Sewers;
- 240 do do.. Mentzer, , Eleptarlr , 00;.2 , cars,
'metal, H Woodsides & , CO; 1 do de,
Ilrowrfr& Co; 5 do limestone, Shoetiber-
Rer & Blair; 8; b i gs _wheat, J S rLiggett &.
Co; 9 pkge produce, _Voigt, Mahood &
Co: 2 plcgs butter; 'l. 'do eggs,' Paul &
Gibson; 19 sks onions, Little t Baird; 4
beef hides, 1 bdl pelts, J Hammett it
Son; 4 bbls oil, Aladdin Oil C0;.42 she
*heat, R T Kennedy & Bro; 78 sks corn,
Blaney cit Moore; 1 car bay, Moreland Sz ,
'Mitchell; 40 bgs rye,S Hood; 1 car metal,
Lyon, Sborb & Co: 1 car metal, Zug &
Co; ffill bbl; oil, - Fisher &Dro; 160 to do,
D 11 Edgerton; 160 dodo, GS Thomas; 60
do - do, David Bly; 2, cars, metal, Mc-
Knight, Porter d: Co; 14 bgs rye, R Rob
inson & Co.
CnsvErasta ND Prirrsnunon' •EtAtr.,-
Bolin, January 30.-1 car. clay, Bollman,
,Boyd & Co; 1 car brick, Reese, Graff &
Dull; I tear stone, SL L Knox; 100 brills
oil, Wm McCutcheon; 50 do do, J Spear;'
13 she rag , C, P Mexkle &, Co;- 9 .bbls
apples"; Vol rt,,Maluxid & Co; 19' do do,
8 aka cloy Seed, It 'Robinson &C'o; 20
aka oats, eanor & Harper;• 60 bbls
tour, Sbo aker & Langenholua; lot'
stoneware, bbls apples, 5 ' sip rye, , 6
-do oath, Jon tot; 'l. kg butter,. Woodworth
& Dv254 ,ski ;malt, Pranenheim, Miller
& Co; 3 bbls wine, d Schlegel; 1 bes,', I
bbl eggs, 1 bx, 2 hf bblirbritter, P Duff &
Son; 2 cars:rye. Tilos M.qore dr. Son; ;1 car
shingles, Wm ,Dilworth Jr; 100 empty
tar barrels, W Row; 124 bbis potatoes,
.113 Campbell. ' . - ' ' -
Ani,Ecirnlsi - likrivolr. 'January 30.
'lOO bbls flour, Hippley & Ileakert; 1 car
lumber, W_ Reed; 6, bbls, 2 sits apples, J
Herbert; 1 car wheat, IVt Weil; 52 bales
cotton, Kennedy. Childs & Co; 78 sks
oats, J Herchenrother 10 bbls flour,
Beckield & Nlehouse; 10' bas candles, A
Danner; 1 car 'metal, Lewis, Bailey &
Dalzeli; 14 bga rye,Jos Craig; 1 car metal,
Lindsay & Mcentchoon: 4 oar limestone,
Superior Iron Co; 63 bdls paper, Frazier
& Metzger; 1 car hay, J Cashlatiz.
PITTSBURGH AND , COETNELISTILLS
RAILROAD, Jaeuary 30.-173 kgs nails,
F H Glephnnt; 35 sks rags, Markle tt,
Co; 9 rolls leather, , G H Anderson; 1 car
metal, Lloyd at Black; Ido do, John
Mootheod; 2 bbls flaxseed, M B Suydam;
3 bdls skins, Id Delange.
The weather has again turned winter
like, being cold and strong, with vain
attempts 'to snow. Mercury at 1 P. u.
yesterday was up to 28, and wind in the
northwest. The river, has 'risen con
since the" date of 'our last re
port, with seven and a half feet In the
Allegheny, and scant seven feet by the
The R. C. Gray arrived from New Or
leans at noon on Saturday, with a good
trip, including a considerable quanity of
sugar, molasses and hay. Capt. Whit
taker is thinking of making a trip to
Cincinnati and Louisville.,
The,Grey Eagle, Captain C. L. Bren
nan, is the regular packet, for Parkers
burg taday, leaving at noon.
, Tne Armadillo, from Louisville. and
the Lorena. from St.,Louis, are among
the first boats due.
'The Bellevernon, Captain J. J. Dar
ragh, is announced to depart for St.
Louis this evening, and passengers and
shippers should bear this in mind.
The Camelia, Captain Poe, with George
Splane, in the office, will be able to take
her departure for Nashville to-morrow.
The Istellia Ebert, Captain George W.
Ebert, ie announced for :":ewl Orleans
'Nick Whitten and Jas. Shonse piloted
the R. C. Grey from Cincinnati up.
Mr. Dravo, clerk of tire GlasgoW, ar
rived from Cincinnati on Saturday by
rail. As we have already noted, the
Glasgow is laid up at, that place.
Com. W. J. Kountz got- home from St.
Louis on Friday, and is now looking
after his new mountain steamers. One
the Carrie V. Kountz, is almost
The Maggie Hays arrived at St. Louis
. The Sallie was to have, left Cincinnati
for Pittsburgh on Saturday.
The Wauanit.i, New Orleans to Pitts
burgh, passed Evansville on Friday. It
is reported that Captain Torn Shuman
_will open a. furniture. and bronze statue
Captain John Shunk,of the Alfee Dean,
was fined 8100 in the City Court of Louis
ville. Tharsdsy, for landing a pauper at
that port without complying
lairs on - the Aubject.
PRESEDITATIO.ti.—On Saturday; even
ing, Captain John K. Barbour.`the well
known oil man, was made the recipient
of a very handsome gold•headed cane,
by some of his numerous friends. The
cane was presented with a few well
timid and appropriate remarks by Henry
Metzrar, and was received by the Cap
tainln his usual happy style.
—The Mary Davage left New Orleans
for Pittsburgh or Thursday.
—The Armenia, • from New Orleans,
for Pittsburgh, passed Vicksburg on the
—Mr. Penn Wright, who was reported
as having died of smallpox, on board the
Echo, at Kanawha, has recovered in
—TheNew Orleans Cresdent announces
the death of a Mr. Zipple t and ; adds that
it Is the seventeenth:caused by the explo
sion of the Glide.
—The John Adams line of Arkansas
packets. sends out three boats a week
from Memphis—one every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
-it la rumored that one of the "White
Collar" line boats, building at. Paducah,
will be named the "Belle Quincy," and
the other the'"City , of St. Louis."
—The Thompson Dean passed Mem
phis for, New Orleans Sunday with 2,000
tons of freight, including 5,009 barrels of
flour, 2,209 sacks of -corn and 600 head of
The -Rover, from St. Louis, and
Siiier Lake, from ,New !Orleans. both
en' 'mute kir Pittslcurgh, passed Bvans
ville on Thursday. Tire-'Bliyer , Lake is
reported, as:having a•full-cargo _of •gro
eerie.* " • • •
77 . The agent of the biamorid "tine :at
ikl'evtf Orli3atni; isntaking earnest efforts to
direct aotton,seipments, for New .York by'
waypf the Mississippi ;liver to St, Louis,
thence by rail to 'New"' York; instead of
"tho entiircirde." 4 • '
tho • Cornelia: , left
Camden, 'ma , the Ouachita, with 2,239
gers'alea cottUri,and eighty cabin paasen
. the largest trip 'since
the Wai..'• She' arrived •at. New Or
leans pp•.,the22d i with oveF : 2,41 , .passon-
•-The''wrinic Of the Silver Clod No'. 2
now Bea out of Waters. Her•hull, from ,
stemte stern,. Is -burned , away, on, the
starboard 'side; Vie river ‘ibeti she
settled, over the deck °tithe' ptirt
and ' half of k her machinery remains In,
—The Arnaadillp left Cincinnati fin.
Pitt:Mauch on Thursday. Mixt Thurs. , '
(lay she Willentet the Idariettannd Cirt,
cinnattpackat. irade, awl will remain
thqrein until the completion of the Ohio
No. 4. 'Capt.'lliagg 'and the former crew
of the Mary Erwin 'will take charge of
the,Atrutadillo., The pilots of the Arma
dillo,,onlaer present trip, are Barney
'OlYens an :1 Wm; Goatee.
--apt w. H. Plerob, Underwriters ,
'napes:nor of Hulls at ,Oinniunati while in
a state of temporary insanity, resulting,
it litheught, from religions excitement,
on Thursday,• about eleven o'clock, made,
the fearful leap from the center of the
Suspension Bridge down intothe river
belOw, idistanee ofabout eighty-six feet.
His feet -struck the• water first, and ho
disappeared for a moment, and on com
ing the surface, he struggled manfully,
and kept his head above water until a
- skiff reached him .from the - Covington
side. The fearful leap from,
restored him to his proper senses.
river and Vl' eat tux.
Ear Telegrrnh - to thi Pittsburgh GszettP%)
Lontsvitax. January U.—Weather
cloudy and cold. .Itivpr f4lllng Nyith six !
foot Water in canal..
Haitietta and Parkersburg:Mier
LeaveCompany's' Vllii.rf filtrt of Wood
- E:reet, ; • ' • • , '
DAILY, AT 1.7i.g.
B?...YARD !►. S.szt rlirstro. Muter.
WI:D.ISI:§D.GT6 A 26 kATIMIJAYS, • e
EAGLE -.:::.C. L. BitmatAn; Master.
Fre!Olt will be received at alt hours by
selC l ' ' JANES COLLIN'S. Juzent.
VORWASAVILLF,DI- Ai „f%
jlj - RECT.—Tug etetutter. . ,
I; AMMAN ("APT. Thos. 1 oe.
'Will leave ,71lid DAY. Yetruary Ist, for the
above and Intermediate port .
For freight or WISPAge apply, on.brarcl, or to
fiRIEoT St: RASLETT,
. ..• JNo. pLAcK, or '
deb J. D. COLLIN G WOOD. Agents.
I'OR CAIRO A IND ST. A gS i t
LOURS.—The ne v and splen
did Passenger Packet 2 : .
BELLE , VF.ItNON. Jam , : DAPataii, Maiter,
le'are for the abore ports on MISLAY.
the Ist inst., at 4 o'clock P. ss..
For freight or passage apple on board or to..
Jar.. J. D. COLLINGWOOD, Agent.
FOR,• CAIRO, DIEM
PHIS and NEW ORLEANS.—
Phe newand splendid passenger steamer,
MOLLIE EBERT...G. W. EIIERT, Commander.,
Will'leave for the above ports on This DAY,
the Ist inst., at 4 o'clock P. .
For treight or passaFe apply on hoard or to
FLACK /k. COLLINGWOOD. or
(OHRLEnT ,4 HAZLETT. Agents.
- - - -
Through receipts given on the anore boat to Sei
m,. U.1.11111'13. Benton, Montgomery. Ala., At an
ta,Maeou. West Point. EleolgiA, and all points on
the Alabama slyer and Texas ports at lowest rates
Ja22 liHHlt 6T k JIABLETT.
T' INERPOOL AND . 171,
T21:1 . mmarz mart STi3IYISEIPS,
Numbering . sixteen /imp-clue Tetonla, among
mthe ce,nbrated. '
CITi . OP Y Axw,• CITY OF A.lvrwErr,
CITY OF BOaTOerry op BALTimoi,E,
CITY' OF LONDON, •
LVE.RY SATTJILDAY, from Pier 45.
N. rib River, Nen York. For onssage or lumber
Inform o ..00n aonly to
.10FIFTFI STREET. fehrtlnlcle Building%
Nlp.rlV ~n rnsltt. PeWl P , ltehltr • h
(vapirsis , contas RALE.—By
virtue of an order of sale issued ont of the
Orphans' Court of Allegheny Couuty, the under
ned excel:l'er of the last ictil of Dr. JESSE
PENNEY, dec'd, vitt expose at PIIIII.ICSA LE
on the premises, on THURSD AN, the 11th slay
cf FEBRUARY. A. D. ISGO, at 2 o'clock r.
all that - c=MLitt piece orparcel lend situated in
the borough of llcKeesport,Cor.uty of allegheyn,
and State f Penuiylvania, bounded and de
scribed as follows, viz : Beginning on the south
etn side of Penn street in James. P...nary's plan
of lota in said borough, at the corner of .or, No.
13. thence south along the line of sold lot 70
feet to an alley; thence east along said alley
SO feet to the line of Henderson's lot; thence
by said line 7U feet to Penn street, and thence by
said street SO feet to the place of beginning: be
ing a part of lot No. 121 n said plan.
For further particular; inquire of
. RUBE n.T C1i.A.111.11.t..2.1), Executor.
Or JOHN P. PENNEY,
A t torn ey, PtHsburgn
MIMS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that
op the 20th day of January, A. D. 1809,
a Warrant in Bankruptcy was Issued against the
ESTATE OF CHARLES C. ALGEO,
Of Allegheny city,in the county of Alleghe_ny.and
State of Pennaylvanta, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition; that the payment of
any debts and delivery of any property belonging
to such( bankrupt to him or for bla use, and the
transfer of any property by him are forbidden
by law; that a meeting of the cieditors of the
said bankrupt; to prove their debts t and to choose
one or more assignees of his estate, will be held
at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at No.
116 Federal street, Allegheny city, Allegheny
county, Pa., before JOHN N. PURSUANCE,
Esq., Register. on Use lat day of MARCH, A. D.
1869, at 10 o'clock A. ti.,
THOMAS A. ROWLEY.
13.10:d74 U. S. Marshal, as Messenger._
WESTERN . DISTRICT OF
At 1 ittsburgh,tte tett ..lay January. A.D. 1889.
The undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap-
Pointinent as Assigntx of , ,ARTiIUB EVEN
titJ RUH, of McKeesport. in the county of Al
legheny; and State of rennsylvania., within said
District. who has been adjudged bankrupt upon
M sst own petition, by thu District Court of said
• . JOHN H. BATLEY, Assign e
WBplr.-st Attorney-at-Law, 89 Brant St.
IATESTERN DISTRICT OF
At Pittsburgh, the, fi lid day of J A'3.. A. D. 1869.
• The tinderagnett hereby gives not les of hts
rointment as Aisignes or WILLIAM ORE],
of. Pittsburgh, le the cOuuty of tAllegheny, and
brats of Pennsylvania within said District, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own pe
br the DistriCt Court orsald District.
JOHN 11. DAILhr Assignee,
' a.Z11132 Attornepsit.Law. SOtirautstreet.
• • '
. HUNDRED,U 'TONS OP
O r r Y ,
• The blithest, market prices and iratok sales,
Ei c sft e n e t e e i t pacrugez' dfstinbtly ttutl: send
, :111.,,R., ; 4404LA0,0 66 CO: f
ConiVashop Merchtints,ani Washington street.
:New err. - ••• .; oil , a3l •
J. E. SWINT J. X. 131.2. T T.'
: , • ; ~
I AltOlifr;b`fUllAt., AND ‘, -
OtthATAEN e rAL CARVERS
170, 6a SadilistrSt.; ,lltenheny, Pa:
"A litilyd Ort 'oi NEWEL' - rors 4,alad
Sai4l,esTER!..Y , ounstuntlT. TUNII
oral; Aleserlutlons. done. , ocgtv3a
UEEN . OF ENGLAND"SOAP.' - :
- QUEEN ON ENtiL.A.ND SOA.P.I
• Vordoing a'dtmity washing' In. the best and
Chetlilebt wanner. Gnaranteett equal to any lu
'the *mid.' Has all 'the atrenath °told rosily/Dap,'
,with the inkid and lathering qualitio of gt.'nului
Castile Try this splendid Soap. .861 d 'by the
A 1.1) 10; ltiM WA I / 4 14 2:orth: Venrth
t46113C113::--Aill Persons know. ,
,ing therogelves, Indebted. to the, estate of
. 1. it MIX JOSE , I hte of Pittsburgh ' deo , d, will
make lunnedl ate p ayment e to the - subs criber;t hls
lore, lu T, in perunt.erllle, Allegheny eountr. end
all pereons hot tug elshne against said estate will
pre.,ent them duly outnentlea' ed for 6iLtILIXI.,.
, • -• JA3lili4 /MBAicub.#ll
Dee pmbe r 31, ISOR. •'" 1n7:.!, um'
..... _ _
vint, Mil-511 'Casks No.! in
J, :tore and for sale by,
J B. C1A.:441/81.D a sow. i.
C,1, - REEN APPLES-1:13 barrels
AJI In store and for .tale by • ! • ' •
nol7 J. ts. IdatifELD A 8011.
1101 i rTSnUlild - Jrr - 64 . IMr;
L e qVVN 7 Vta,s viLL '
RAILROAD. • ,
On and after TITINbn 'l, November, 17: 1 1.
'the/. trains will arrive at am depzrt. ITOM Lne
peens corner of Omni and Water 4;reete, 3. 3
Matt to and from Union-
liclftesport Acconult'n 11:00 1.. 0. 2:05 P. 3f,
Ex. to and /torn Ent'n. 3:00 P. 0. 10:10 A. in
West -Newton Accom s 4 4:30 r. 54;33 A. M,
Braddock's Acconidt'n. 6:15 r. i. 7:50 p.
Night Ac. toMcK s ,4port.lo:3o F. it, 6:15 A.
Sunday . Chnrch Wain to
and from West Newton 1:00 F. 10:00 A, Pr.
For tiCk.e l 4 APPI9
• J. It. ECLNEi, A.gen
. W.. 8. S UT. Superintendent.
GE. 017 —
0 . • i'At s tW"`•
ALLEGUENTi VALLI:I7. rldizt.nozD,
. On and aft e r c MONDAY, November 91J:4 - 185S,
TWO TRA NS DAILY s
le , e Pittsburgh
Station, nor per of ..L..leventit and Pike strt.wa for
( Frank:ip,•ol49lty, Auffa!o, ta ns altpoints in the
Di nteklon's. ' - • •• • •• •
, ittarar.s.2.l2l'sntraoll 14-4 1 4171-,W,Arrifarnd - n
Mail 7:15 a m stall 140 m
19xpre55....... 7:10 tainiExpress..... 6:39 p a
=a Ac ,3:09p IniSradys B Ac /0:30 am
IL - Works. , Olst Sods Works
Agoomd.... '10:50 Antl Accomod'n. 0.90 e m
Ad SOda Worksl2(l Soda Works ..
A.ecOmod'hi:. 5:00 p=l Accomod , n..c.:l•op m
• Ohnrch Train - leave • Pittsburgh at 1:10.P. M.
Arrive at Pittsburg at 9:50 A. St.
Passengers taking express train - hien but
- .One change of cars botween Pittaburgb,..Bufralo
and 011 ..glotis;Mail. and Expres s Anima stop
only at principal ' points. Mixed Way and Ac
commodatiod traits stop at all nations. r
THOMAS M. KIN (3, Assn. Plr. 9 t
W. POSTglt, MOpZ, Ticket As,ent. nco
fi. LOUIE. R 441.12 AY.
TAN HANDLE ROUTE.
CHANGE - Or 2.ftertUN PAI
Nov.22d, 11368., tmlna will, leave and arriv , , at
th. Union Depot, se Ibllows; rittsburgb time: _
. : Depart; • Arrirr,
trill Fzpree« .. ..... 3:13 a. za. 1 a. m
Fast Line 10:13 a. la. "1:31 r.
Faatm:2:sB p. . 12:15 a. m
3111:eft Way - -5:43 a. In. 6:4-3 p. m
McDonald's Aca , n, No.111:28 a: g: 33
Stenloenville Accommod• 3:38p.m. 9:4:13 a. m.
MoDonal4 , B Ace.' n, No. 2.,5:0S p. z 3. 3:/5 D. in
.1127.51:5S P. N..EXpreSS will
_ 3.1a.11,w111 arrive daily.
The 10:13' a. M. - Train learet dally. EandaTl
cep:eti, nad makes close coanectioac -
'ask io Zanesville and . p.lr.ts on Sandi:Ay
XanaCeld 11 Newark lc. IL
S. F. SCULL. General Ticket Axcr.t.
IltaS 1 ; • * '
• :•..41 AGIT. FORT VIAYNT S ()RICA:or)
W. and CLEVELAND &PITTSI3LILOR R. 1:.
From Oee.' AOtb; 1388, - trains will leave fr , l: ,
and arrive at the Urdon'llepot, norW stele, Pitts.
borgh city time, as follOws
• , beam
Chicago Ex.....3:03 a m
Erie & Yrs:ll'l7:2B tam
Cl. & WiatgliPl6:23 a m
Chicago' 31111-0:53 a m
Chicazo Ex —10:08 a m
Cl. Sc Alt`g - Ex 2:23pn.
Chicago TA... A:43pin
W'e &Eri.e.E.x42,3 pin
Leetsdale.!!-.10:28 a m
" " 11:58 a 113
'Hoeliester 1:33 pin
Leetsdale Ace. 3:58 p
Brigt , n " .5:33 p
Leetsdale " 10:13p m
Leetsdale dun. .
day (iburch. 1:13 p m
2:43 p. m. China
dAe•22 ir 11:5 1
'. U. 8 a.
M in. Y C ER hie S n
10DENNSIELVA=riTr e .7 .1 r,477A7 - :.
NIA CENTRAL ItAIL
ROAD. Onand after Nov. 2.4 th, 35G5, Tr f:ts
will arrive at and depart from the Union Pepe:,
come.. c. Washington and Liberty street, ns
follow s •
Mall Train.... 1:30 am 2:30 'ln
Fast Line 2-10 a acs ,o. 1..6.31) :
Wall's No. 6 140 u in . .11 . .e.11.
BrintonAcc'n• 7:50 a rti.Cir.cin 'V. Ex 1X;::;il yao
Well's No. 2.,. 9:50 am!teal!'_ No. 2..11:26 SILL
Cincinnati Ex..9:40 a m ;Johnstown Ac. 3:15; in
Johnstown/W.10:3 5 a to ißraddocks '
Baltimore Ex. 1.45 p *.njPhila. Expre:s r,m
rhila. Express 2:05 potl Wall's No. L. m
Wall's No. 2—.1:30 p mlWall's No. 6:01 in
l3noldocks No15:50 p m Fast Line ..• ... 1:50 n m
Wall's N0..1. 7:25,P m ... 11:50
Way Passn , r 10:20 p rt. •
The Church Train )eaves Walls Station e%
5 nu .1,3,. at 9:25 a. tn., reaching Pittsburel: at
10:c 0 a. ill. Returning, lerxes -Plitsbn.772. act
12:50 p. In and arrives at Walls- s:hi:or. at
•Clnannati Express leaves- dilly. All otker
tror c daily except Sunday.
For further infOrmation apply to • •
•W; H. BEORWITE., Agee:
The - Fenneylvaniaßailroatl Companyarill out as •
some any risk: furßagirage,eaecpt. for rreariou
parel, and limit their responsibilliv to One Hnn
dr:^ Dollars In - value. • Ali Baggece exceeding,
tt. t atachtuat in value will be at the rtrk of the
ownar, in less tak , . av curets-1 contract.
non General Superintendent, Altoona, ra.
- XXT. ESTER, N-ra*F .,, t4 T - t- -- '" -- P
R.5....f.,R0AD.--On and after,a, ey..34d, tisiSS. the
senger Trains 01. the Western Pennsylvnris
fito road will arrive at and .depart from the
Federal Atreet Depot, Allegheny City," slur ow s :
' ' • AfTiVe.- Depart..
Snringd , e No10:401 m I
'Mall 7:90 a in
Freeport N0.13:20 a midereer,ore tvo. d `0:15 s m
fxpress. - ..,.. 10:41) a to foli• g Nol 11:ti,11 s re
Bharpb'g N0.11:23 p m iFsxpres:. .. " . . 2:45 p m
Freeport N0.24:00 piniringd'e Nol3:sit: pm
Mall 5:55 p ml?reep?rt, N0.25:20 p
Springd , eNo 26:43 la 1111,t2Drillt; Cre No27:10 p m
Aboye trains run daily eteept :Sunday. •
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junction
ever) Sundayut '7:40 a. m., reachlng Allegheny
Cite at 9:50 . a. in. ,Returning, All..lsheiry.
Oily at 1:510 p. m. and arrive at Allezbety Jug c•
lion at 3:45 p. m.
00x1DITAV1oi. ViCKSTE,—For sale in pashas-es
of Twenty, between Allegheny rditY, Chestnut
street. lieu's, Bennett, Pine Creeli, Elea and
Bharpsburr. and good only on the trains stoppM:g
at Stations, padded on tickets.
The trains leaving allegueny- City at.17:03 a.
m. make direct connectiowa.t Free no:. with Wad.
ker's line of Stages for Butler and 9 snnah: :bum.
Through tickets mai be purchased Al. ti, offlee,
No. 3 at Clair street, near the Su spe.nsle nßridge,
Fittabur..h, and at the Depot, Allegheny,
FOr further inform:olcm apply to
• JAMES LEFirEitTE., Agell,
Federal 'Street De.pri.
The Western Pennsylvania llailroad ; p7U net
at AUDIO any risk for Baggage, except for wearing
apparel, , and limit' their responsibility to One
Bundst d Dollars In. value. .All baggage ex
ceeding tile amount In value milthe at the rlsk of
the owneF,..ntiloss tatrye by special contract. •
EDWARD H. Oil Iif.,IASIC,
no= ,i3eirval Superintendent, Altoona. D.:
QMOILT . HILL .
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY,
nourrrho SHORTEST ,d.ND l
pol ut 2tosTs
trom the Eut to al
' Artzoina Wazhisi- : :nn ,
Two Trgn3 leo:vd State idne end . Lee'eenv or h
daily; pm:oml eieeptedjon shre.t uvn.i GI In,
of pachtlf,V.aUrosol Mom et. LauiL, rao .lenut•
'hal' and ntz .Toe fro= Qutricy, connect.
mg at, .Law:cnce,. T9peta and imcgo with
stA tt 'at 'tor lin 'pants. In icwasti.'; - Ao ono or
trnet :.tvgst. ot,fit:anorth with the UNITED
STAVES EatilESS'' CO)t PANT'S% ::I)AILY
t.LI4,E 'OF ORFP tiI t AND .*A -114 - 7. - AND
All ` ° Points in thb•Territoriets
•-•• • ~ • •
erIth.SLNDERSONYS T.F.IINVE3itLY I,mar.
of (...OA.CIIE,S for Fort Unionise , lire 'lrert, Pass,
Aituquergoe..Santa Ye, trel all. ponts . Ari
villa aiid,New 31.etiCo. • - %!.
toe: reeen, additions., er4.,rolling stock
and equipment,' and the 'arrat4etnetlt3 wade
with responsible Overland,Transportation Lines
from izs resterritermiLrfl, this"road atm - odors.
unequalled ~.frielhtlei. for, the ix:a:vitiates:on of
freight to the Far Went.
Ticket!' for sale at all the principal ,otlees In
the 'halted States and Canadss
.Be sure and tit for tietret‘,..vb TUB i•PAICIET
HILL ROUTS% UNION' . Ir FAILWAY ,
ZMITEBIf DIVISION ' •
Ai mil height and Tltket Ag( y
7:09 A. IC. (1:'0G P. W.
'Clilcege Es... I i 1.3 a
Chicago Ex.. :11:3S a
'Wheeling ESTI.: /3 em
lerestline 'nail 3:53 p m
'Chicago Ex....4:38 pm
Cleveland RT. 4 :08 re:
Cl. Wh`g Ex.6:03 rip
N. Brigt'n Ac. 7:03 are
N. lirlgt.".n 0:28 am
New Castle "10:33 an.
" 1:0E I in
N. Brigt"n lilo.:411
LeetsCiale " 4,:33 pm
It as vlb t u t
Leetsdale Sun. m
day Lhurch. 0:58 at
go Express leases dally.
g.' Express arrives daily,
General Ticket Agent.
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