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Financial Littera in New York
Cold Closed at 135@135g.
<By Telegrsph to the 'Pittsburgh Gazette.:
NEW' Yonx, February 13, 1869.
• - 310?. - ET. '
• , Money active; deamnd dull and easy
at 6 on call; prime paper, 7@aB. The
bank s:aternent is unfavorable, and
shows c , :ntrhction in. loans and continued
outflov: of currency to the South and
drains into the Treasury in payment of
duties,/ while reserve has decreased $2,-
250,003. Loans, $264,380,407; decrease,
$2,161,325. Specie, $2E,875,331; decrease,
$3,035,073. Circulation, $34,263,451; in-
crease, $17,075. Net deposits, $19,297,860;
decrease, 53,625,049. Legal Tenders, $52,-
324,952; decrease, $1,089.181. Sterling
nominal •at 9C!,934.1 Gold active and
fin:nazi-clearances, $101,000,000; opened
at 135 and fell to 134 N, but quickly
reached 134 g, touched 13534, and
closed at 135Q,13.5%.
BONDS Al'iD STOCKS.
Governments active and higher during
the morning, the advance being
per cent. The London prices leave a
difference of firstname.lastname@example.org per cent in favor of
shipments from this side. Shorts made
-a strong resistance— The upward move
ment and part of the advance were lost,
the 67's being weakest. The latter feel
ing against the market closed strong.
Coupons of 1881, 114N@1l4m; d0.'62,114Ve
i@114%; do. '64, 11134@111%; do. '65,
113%; new do., 11014 ®110%; do. '67,
1103,l@lley 4 ; do. '6B, 11036@1107,1; Ten-
Forties, 109: 1 4@l093 . ; Pacific G's, 1015,1
The nnancial bills which passed the
House to-day are considered likely to
stimula.e an upward movement.
State securities are higher. Missouri
and Tennessee, 87%@88; new Tennessee,
66%067%; North Carolina, 61 3 / 4 Ci,61%;
Virginia l 62. Stock market was general
ly tirm 'during the morning, although
businesz was under the average amount.
The largest dealings were in Michigan
Southern, Pittsburgh, North Western,
New York Central, Pacific Mail, Toledo
and Lake Shore, the two latter were
noticeably strong, Toledo at 1063 t, and
Lake Shore, 1059.. It is intimated the
New York Legislature is likely to author
ize the issue of stock IT the Central , in
lieu of dividend certificates lately issued.
In the afternoon the market was weak,
and the bank statement caused a general
decline of '%@;s per cent, there was
however, no great pressure to sell, and
the market closed dull and unsettled.
• Pve•thwtyPrices:—Cumberland, 363 (4)
3734; Wells Express, 25(4)29; American,
4634; • Adams, 66%@67; United States,
624@62: 1 ,, , ; Merchants Union, 113; 7 ‘@19 . q;
Quicksilver, 2215@22%; Canton, 62% ;
Pacific Mail, 114%;-WesternUnion Tele
graph, 3 7N@.. 37 %; Hartford and ' Erie,
261%%28; Mariposa, 83;@9; do. preferred,
28%429; New York Central, 163%@163%;
Erie, 34%@343,;; Hudson, 136%@136% ;
Reading, 949,1@94%; Wabash, 66; pre
ferred, 7734@79; St. Paul, 66; do. prefer
red, 7934@80; Fort Wayne, 118@11S%;
Ohio and Mississippi, 3.5%@35%; Michi
gan Central, 119%; Michigan Southern,
113%@94; Illinois Central, 141@142; Pitts
burgh, 91 1 41u•92; Toledo, 105%@106. Rock
Island, 131@131%; Northwestern, 83%@
• 83%; do. preferred, 9134@92; Chicago
and Alton, 160.
Mining Shares steady; Gregory, 245;
Smith and Parmelee, 210.
Copper Stocks at Boston—Calumet,
50; Copper Fails, 16%; Franklin, 19;
Hecht, 70; Hancock, 4%; Minnesota, 2%;
Imports for the week.—dry goods -52,-
057,682; general merchandise 131,557,005.
Weeks gold export—s927,B33.
Receipts at the Sub-Treasury, R1,091,-
046; payments, $59,7,636; balance, $.368,040,-
Markets by Telegraph
NEW 'Form, February 13.—Cotton dull
and. V,,c lower, with sales of 1,000 bales'
at 293ic for middling uplands. Flour;
receipts, 4,038 bbls; without any decided
change, and with a moderate business,
chiefly in common grades; sales 6,400
bbla at $5;60116,40 for superfine State and
western, *6,7537,15 for extra State, $6,55a
7,45 for extra western, $7,50a6,70 for white
wheat extra, $6,75460 for round hoop
Ohio, $7,50a8,50 for extra St. Louis, $9,00
al2 for go d to choice do.; closing quiet.
Rye Flour quiet, with sales of 150 bbls
at $5,25a7,35. Corn Meal is steady and
heavy, with sales of 250 bbls Brandywine
at $4,90. Whisky quiet and unchanged.
Wheat; no receipts; dull and a shade
lower, with sales of 13,5(10 bus at $1,61a
1,62 for No. 2 spring in store, $1,703-1,71
for No. 1 do. delivered, $2,00 for white
California, *1,82 for winter red western.
Rye quiet. -Barley dull. Barley Malt
quiet, with sales of 600 bus at $2,12.
Corn; receipts, 16,206 bus; less active and
about Ic lower, with sales of 45,500 bus
at 91a93c for new mixed western, 94e for
western yellow, $1,03a1,033‘ for old mixed
western iu store. Oats; receipts 2.850
bus; dull, with sales of 25,500 bus at
a76c for western in store, and 77y,,c do.
afloat. Rice dull. Coffee firm, sales
1,000 bags Rio on private terms. Molas
ses firm. Petroleum firm at 2234a23.c. for
crude, and 37, 1 :,a35c for refined bouded. (
Hops quiet at 15c for American. Linseed
Oil steady at $1,03a1,05. Coal quiet.
Leather: hemlock sole firm at 30a31c.
Wool firm and in fair demand; . sales
65,000 pa - Inds at 45a543 c for domestic
fleece, 67c picklock, 723090 c scoured,
30a55c pulled, and 60c for tubbed. Sugar
firm; sales 1,000 hhds Cuba at 1.2 1 Aa13; 4 0,
and 600 boxes Havana on private terms.
Spirits Turpentine quiet at 57a5734c.
Sheeting Copper I steady at 33c;. ingot
quiet at 27c for Lake Superior. Pig Iron
quiet at $40a43 fir Scotch, and $34a40 for
American. ' , Bar quiet at $90a92,50 for re
fined English and American. Sheet
Iron firmer at 11;013c for Russia. Rail
road Iron quiet at 83;a10c. Nails firm at
533-5%c for cut, 69(,a6Mc for clinched,
and 27a32c for horse shoe. Pork firm at'
$32,50a33.00 for new mess, $32 old, $26.50a
127,50 for prime, and $29a31 for prime
mess; also 1,250 barrels new mess, seller
for March,April and May at $32,50a32,75.
Beef is steady, with sales of 140 barrels
at 59a16,50 for new plain mess, and sl4a
19,50 for new extra mess. gierce Beef is
steady, with sales of 80 tierces at $27a30
for prime mess, and $30a35 for hale
mess. Beef Hams are quiet, with sales
of 115 barrels at t ( 30a34. Cut Meats are
quiet and steady, with sales of 30 pkgs
at 14a14qc for shoulders, and 18a18 4c
for harm. Middles are quiet, with sales
of 60 bxs Cumberland cut at 153;0.
Dressed Hogs are steady at ;313,50a14,25,
chiefly at $13,75a14 for western, and *14,70
3-15 for city. Lard is quiet and lower,
with sales of 750 tierces at 18 a2oc,
chiefly at 19y,c for steam, and 20a246c
for kettle rendered; also 750 tierces steam
seller for February and March at 1931 a
200. Butter is firm at 25a35c for Ohio.
Cheese is tittner, at 17a22c. Freights to'
Liverpool are heavy and declining, with
engagements of 40,000 bushels wheat at
3d per sail, and tld per steam, and 10,00
barrels flour at 14‘da2s. per steam.
Lateht.—Flour closed dull and easier
for medium and good grades. Wheat yen ,
quiet and about lc lower. Rve nominal
at $1,43a1.47 for Western. Oats dull and
heavy at 751-,'c for Western in store. Corn
dull at 913-930 for new mixed Western,
an d $1,03 in store for old do. Pork firm,
with sales of 250 bbls new mess at $32,5U
regular, closing at $32,50 cash, and $32,50
a32;75 seller. April and May. Beef dull
and unchanged. Cut Meats - quiet and
heavy/ Bacon dull and drooping. Lard
dull at 19,ga19;f,c for fair to prime steam.
Eggs quiet at 23a25c.
CHlCAGo, — February 13.—Eastern Ex
change 1-10 off buying, and 1-10 premium.,
selling. Flour dull and easier for low,
and steady for mediuin and good grades;
sales at ssa7 :Or spring extras. Wheat
quiet and ;_ii7,:c lower, ranging at $1,21a
1,24 lor No. 1, and $1,16a1,1634c for No. 2,
closing with buyers of No. 2 at 1,16 y c;
sales since change, at $l,l6Mc. Corn
moderately active and ! , . s 'aMc lower;
sales No. lat 7.1 c, seller, May, No. 2 65a
66c, seller, May, and 65c, seller, last half
of • April, and new 59c, seller, March;
sales new at .58%a59c, cash, and no grade
at 55a55 1 4c, closing at sSi4c for new; un
changed this afternoon. Oats quiet and
%alc lower; sales No. 2 at 53,,,a54c, and
rejected sk, closing at 537.1 c for No. 2;
sales No. 2 at 5434 c, seller, March, and
53%c, buyer, next month. Rye dull and
one cent lower: sales No. lat $1,19. Bar
ley dull at $1,2a1,94 in favorite houses,
and $1,87a1,90, seller, the month. High
wines d ill and nominal at 93a93/c.
Provisio s dull. Mess Pork $32a32,25.
Lard 19a 94c. Bulk Meats unchanged.
Dressed Hogs dull at $12a12,25 for com
mon, and $12,25a12,50 for good lots of
soft, clOsing dull. Receipts for the past
twenty-four hours-6,160 bbls flour, 41,-
879 bush wheat, 62,160 bush corn, 24,576
bush oats, 3,491 bush rye, 3,500 bash bar-,
ley. Shipments-7,010 bbls flour, 16,674
bush wheat, 15,635 bush corn, 7,488 bush
oats, 6,530 busii rye, 733 bush barley.
Sr. Louis , , February 13.—Tobacco—
none offering. to deyelope the character
of the market. Cotton—nothing doing.
Hemp firm, with sales prime/ undressed
at 81,55. Flour unchanged and quiet,for
all grades. Wheat—there is some de
manci for low and prime fall, but prices
are unchanged, with sales low fall at
i.. 4 1,40a1,47, and prime to choice st $1,70a
2,00. Corn inactive and weak, with sales
mixed at 70a72c, and white at 74a70.
Oats quiet, the demand being chiefly for
seed; choice at 70a72c. Barley—there is
no demand and nothing doing. Rye firm
at $1,30 for choice. Pork quiet at s33a
33,00. Bulk Meats—not much doing;
packers fill small orders at 133ic for
shoulders, and 16%c for clear rib sides.
Bacon in little demand for present deliv
ery and holders not eager to sell at prices
current; in a small way shoulders sold at
14%c, clear rib sides at 17c, and clear
sides at 18c. Lard dull and nothing •do
ilia; prime can be had at 19a1914c. Whis
ky quiet, with small sales at 96c, an ex
treme. Receipts-3,548 bbls flour, 2,338
bush wheat, 4,102 bush corn, 2888 bush
oats, 441 bush rye, 1,370 head hogs.
Hogs iu small demand at 10allc, gross.
Beef Cattle quiet, with sales at 4.1a7c,
CINCINNATI, February 13.—Flour dull,
family 17a7,50. Wheat dull at $1,60a1,70
for ..Sto. 2 and red winter. Corn dull at
63e for ear, and 65c for shelled. Oats
firm, supply light at 66a67c for No. 1.
Rye scarce and firmer at 81,40a1,42 for
No. 2. Barley in demand at. 82a2,25if0r
State spring and 82,25a2,30 for Canada.
82,40a245 for fall. Cotton dull, middlings
at 29;.c. Whisky' steady at 95c. Pro
visions dull and heivy. Mess Pork sold
833; hut could not be sold at better than
832,50. Bulk Meats, 121;e for shoulders,
and 15c for sides, indicating a decline of
Nc per pound front the highest point
reached. Bacon dull, 141;c for shoulders,
17c for clear rib sides, 15c for clear sides;
a small lot of the latter sold at 1714 c. Su
gar cared hams firm at 19;0. Lard dull
and prices nominal at 20c. Sugar firmer
and prices tending upwards. Coffee un
changed .and quiet. Gold 134 1 ,". Ex.
chage dull at 1-lu per cent. discount,.
CLEVELAND. Febrnar)y 13.—Flour quiet
and unchanged: City Made-811a11,25 for
treble extra white; $9,50a9,75 for double
extra amber; 88.25a8.50 for. double extra
red winter: and, 7,75a8 for double extra
!spring. Country made-47,50a8 fo; don
.hie extra • red and amber; t6,50a7,00 for
double 'extra; spring. Wheat dull and
nominally unchanged; NO. 1 red Winter
81,66a1,67; No. 2at 81,54a1,55. Corn more
active and closed firm and higher; sales
of shelled at oa7le, and ear on track at
65c. Oats active and firm; sales' at 63c
for No. 1 State. Rye quiet and steady:
held at 81,30a1,32 for No. 1 and 81125a1,28
for No. 2. Barley quiet but very firm;
holders are asking 82,20a2,25 for No. 1
Canada; there is very little inquiry for
'State and the market is nominal. Petro
leum; crude is less fiini at t 8; refined is
steady. but quiet, it 34c for standard
white and 33c for prime light straw to
white in large lots.
Nxw Yogic, February 12.—Dry Good&
—There is little or no change in this de
partment of trade: The demand con
tinues moderate, and prices are generally
maintained, notwithstanding the 'reac
tion in the price of raw material. Heavy
Brown Sheetings steady at 16 Iftl7c, in
side rate for Augusta, -and the latter for
Indian Head, Appleton and Atlantic A;
Augusta 7-8 held at' 17c: Atlantic L fine
sells readily at 14;c, and Bedford R at
101.;c. Bleched'Muslins steady at 271;c
fir New York Mills, 18%c for Mason
vide, and 14 , c for Booth. Prints ix: mod
erate demand at 13a143;e for AmOsketig,
Spragtie and Merrimac D, and '3.23.5c for
Merrimac new chintz cambric. Colored
Cottons firm and in- moderate inquiry.
Woolens quiet and not pressed for sales.
NEW Ont.k.ccs, February 13.—Cotton
unsettled, held at 28%a2iy; receipts of
83,0e4 bales: exports, 4,894ha1e5. Gold
1353 i. Exchange, 1463;a147. Sugar
active and bligher p common 10 1 ,6allt:
prime, 141,a1.43c; yellow clarified, 11. 1 6:.
Molasses active and higner, prime 734a5c.
Flour quiet and firm, superfine, $6.37a
6,50; double extra, $7,25; treble extra,
$7,50. Bran declined to "$1,15. Haylends
upward, prime, $27,50. Pork dull at
$34,50. Bacon shoulers 1534, clear rib
sides 18%c, clear sides 19c. Lard quiet,
tierce 2130203,4 c. keg 22Ma22%. Whisky
steady at $1,00111,01. Coffee quiet and
firm, fair 1.5a144c, prime 17a18e.
TOLEDO, February :13.—Flour—choice
grades steady, low and medium dull;
prices are nominal and tend downward
Wheat dull and nominally a shade lower:
white Michigan regular opened. at 51,69;4
and Closed at 31,69; amber, buyer for
February, no. Corn is a shade lower
and moderately active at 63% for new,
69 for, rejected, and 71 for yellow. Oats
steady, and unchanged. Rye steady at
31,30 for No. 1 -and 31,29 for Michigan.
Barley steady; Canada 32,20.., Dressed
Hogs...dull at 12a13. Clover seed oc bet
ter: sales at 39,30.
MILWAUKEE, Feb. 13.—Flour dull and
quiet; city XX 35,57a6,37; country do.
35,75a6: X $:5,75a6.50. Wheat quiet and
lower at ' 4 1,19;1 for No. 1; 31,19% for No.
2. Oats dull c and weak at Mc for fresh
No. 2. Corn scarce and firm at 60c for
rejected. Rye lower at 31,14a1,15 for No.
1. Barley nominal. Provisions dull and
unchanged. Hogs unchanged. Receipts
—2,000 bbls flour, 2,700 bu wheat, 3,000
bn oats, 4,000 bu corn, 3,000 bu rye, 1,000
ha barley, 100 dead hogs. Shipments
-5,000 bbls flour. 1,000 bu wheat, 600 bbls
Loutsvu.LE, February 13.—Tobacco—
sales 175 hhds lugs to Owens d; Co.; leaf
at 5 1 ,4a15y 4 c; there were some sales made
to Henry & Co. at 22!4c. Cotton at 283 . 0.
Mess Pork at f,(.33. Lard at 2014 c. Bacon
—shoulders at clear rib sides at
17X, and Ilea; is at 1850. Bulk
Meats—shouldei 3,.1, clear rib sides
at 1634, and clea, at 17 packed.
Flourat $5,75a6,25. Wheat at $1;76a1,73.
Corn at 63a65e. Oatslat 62a63c. Whisky
at 95c. •
BUFFALO, February 13.--Flour dull at .
$6,25a7.00 for city around. Wheat nom
inal. Corn in fair demand, sales new at
77a80c on the track. Oats dull; sales
600 bus at 65c in store, Rye nominal at
*1,35. Barley $2,10. seeds firm and un
changed. Pork firm at $33. Lard firm
at 2.134 c. Highwines nominal at 9.1c,-
PHILATiELPHIA, February 13.—Flour
very quiet. Wheat; prime scarce at $1,30
a 1,90 for red, and $1,10a2,25 for white.
Rye $1,55a1,53. Corn in fair demand at
oa9oc for yellow. Oats in good demand.
Petroleum nominal; crude 23a233. , c, and
refined 2834a30c. . Provisions: less doing.
Whisky nominal at 97ca51,00.
_Mtsx PHIS, February 13.—Cotton dull
and nominal; receipts, 1,235 bales; Ca
pons, 3,067 bales. Flour dull;'superfine,
$6,50a6, Corn, 72c. Oats, 73c. Hay. 525.
Bran, 24c. Pork is easier at 04,50. Lard,
21a22 1 4c. Bulk Meatsare weak: shoul
ders, 14c; sides, 17Nc. Dressed Hogs
sell at 13c.
CHICAGO, February 13.—Hogs dull and
easy at $10a10.50 for common, and $10,75
11,50 for good to choice; receipts 4,020
head; shipments 5.275 head. Beef Cattle
dull and easy $4,55a5,75 for cows, and
$6,87;07,25 for good choice shipping
BALTIMORE, February 13.—Flour more
active, Wheat firm at $2,25a2.35 for'
prime -red. Corn firm; prime white 93a
i 4; yellow 92. Oats 70a75. Rye firm at
$1,55. Prime Mess Pork quiet at $33,50a.
34,00. Bacon and Lard unchanged.
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
CLEVELAND AND PITTBEUROR EAU,
ROAD, February 13.-3 cars iron ore, Slio
enberger & Blair; 3 cars iron ore, Mc-
Knight, Porter d Co; 1 car barley; J
M Carson & Co; 3 cars rye, Thos MoOre
& Son; 1 car rye, Citizens Nat. Batilt
car pig iron, Lloyd Az Black; 1 car lum
ber, Slack & Sholes; 1 do do, Hamiltoh,
Algeo Co; Ido do,.R A Clark ct Co; 17
kgs apple butter, P Duff ct. Sou; 13 bts
scales, Fairbanks, Morse & Co; 4 levers,
2 bdls iron, 1 frame, 1 bx iron, J F Kee
ler; 1 organ, C Mellor; 14 bbls peas, 2
do oatmeal, 5 bxs farnia, C Reiss;_l box
saws,Hubbard &-Bro; 5 kegs, 6 pails ap
ple butter, R - Robinson; 24 bxs iron, Mc-
Knight Lt: Co: 115 bags rye, W J Meek;
50 bbls apples, 5 do onions, 1 bbl eggs,
Voigt, Mahood 41; Co; 4 bbls tallow: 1 bdl
sheep pelts, W Flaccus JS Son; ; bbl dry
peaches, 1 sack do, Vaugorder She!).
ard; 13 coils rope, Godfrey (Sr. Clark; 1
half bbl, 1 tub butter, 7 bbls onions,
Graff C Reiter; 6 bbls eggs, H Rea Jr;
17 bbls lard oil, S B Floyd Co; 3 sks
radishes, ' H Fricker; 1 bbl ware, A
Spear; 1 cask ware, J K Brahman; 1 do
do, H F Burgerman; 1 do do, M
SciATartz; 1 do do, K Hallerback: 1 'do
do, HH Park; 1 do do, C Gedekok; 1
bbl sugar, Atwell S. Les; 174 bundles
chairs, Bedford Chair Company; 8 kegs
oatmeal, I Blanchard; 5 bbls do, 10
bxs farina. E Heazletou; 1 bbl oatmeal,
J Porterfield C Co: 65 sks oats, Meanor
4: Harper; 12 tcs hams, Jas Lidpincott; 1
bbl copper, I kr brass, John Dunlap; 14
sks rags. McCullough, Smith S Co; 1 bbl
eggs, J J Pettit; 2 bbls eggs, W J Sfeel
FITTSRURGH, FORT WAYNE Lt
CAOO RAILROAD, February 13.-100 bi,is
flour, John Greer & Co; 500 do,do, owner;
14 Dales broom corn, Z B Taylor; 30 bbls
spirits, Hostetter & Smith: 44 hots
Logan, Gregg & Co: 7S bdis, 93 green
hides, G N Hoffstott: -17 bales broom
corn, E C Mathews: 4 cars wheat, .1 $
Liggett .t• Co: 1 car rye, Culp 6: Shepard;
1 car millfeed, Shomaker & Langenheitn:
Ido do, Keil Ritchart; 100 bbls flour, E
Heazleton; 3 dressed hogs, 3 kgs lard, S
bbls tallow, H Rea Jr; 1 car barley, Car
son & Co; 2 rolls leather, H E Weimar;
1 ear lumber, Nan: Merchenrother; 5
ears limestone, Shenberger A: Blair; 22
bgs rye, Dan Wallace; 38 doz brooms, \V
Cooper & Co: 10 rolls leather, N Patter
son; 1 PIA eggs, 1 hag feathers, Wilson
Son; 14) sks rags,
Godfrey & Clark; 1 car
corn, Hitchcock, McCreery & Co; 2 bbls
eggs, 1 pkg butter,:W D Cooper: 9 half
bbls butter, 5 kgs apple butter, Graff 6:
Reiter: 5 do do, W H Graff& Co.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD, Feb
ruary 13.-1 car metal, John Moorhead;
3do • do, McKnight, Porter & Co; 1 car
grain, 1 car hay, many & Moore; 101 sks
oats, 90 do rye, Scott & Gisal; 15 sks
corn, J P Lane; 1 car metal, Lyon,
Shorb & Co: 3 bbls onions, Head. 6: Metz
gar; 240 bbls oil, James Wilkiffs; 520 do
do, Owston & Sowers;: 104) dot do, D M
Edgerton; 4SO do do, Fisher 67 Rro; SO do
do, John Munhall; 25 green hides, M
Delange; lOU bbls refined oil, Lockhart.
Frew & Co.
ALLEGHENY STATION, February 13.-
4 cars wheat. Kennedy t Ppro -1 car
lumber, R M Dickey ,S; Son; lido do. W
Reed; 10 bbls tobacco, Reiter & Wilson;
1 bundle broom corn, W Sedden; 1 car
staves, Ralya Robertsop; 2do do, J M
Hemphill; 7 bbls apples, H li.flik; 1 box
cheese, Mercer 5: Robertson; 3 pkgs but
ter, R Scott; 500 pigs lead, Bleymer, Bau
man Cu; 100 bbls dour, R 5: A Carson;
2 cars metal, Lindsay A: McCutcheon.
PITTSBUROIT AND CONNELiSVILLE
RAILROAD, February 13.-1 car metal,
Totten & Co; 3 Ws whisk , .1 Painter
Son; 13 bbls flour, Gay it, Welsh; 2 bbis
tallow. 2 rolls leather, Win Flaccus
Sou; 20 kegs nails, Martin, / Brickell
Co; 32 bbis whisky, Dillingbr iteyeu
PENNSYLVANIA. CENTRAL RAILROAD,
February 11=25 hags cloverseed, Gay At
I,l7elgh; 15 kgs lard, J P Hanna Co; 2
rolls leather, G N Holistott; 41 hUis flour,
D Wilson;- 6 pkgs produce, Hatvorth
The river was swelling again yester
day with nine feet in the channel by the
Monongahela, and nine feet ten inches
by the Atlegheny marks. Weather yes
terday was cloudy and sultry, with
every appearance of rain.
The Julia No. 2, from Zanesville, is
due here to-day, and will return again
as usual, to-morrow at 4 P. M.
The Emperor, from New Orleans, are
among the first boats due. Sae is coin
mandad by Captain 0.• W. Dickerson,
formerly of the White Rose.
The Bate Putnam, Capt. G. W. Reed,
is announced to leave for Nashville and
all itttertnediate points to-morrow.
The Wauanita, Capt. Shuman, will be
the first boat out for New Orleans.
Capt. J. H. Lightner has charge of the
Parties from here are negotiating at
Cincinnati for the purchase of the Night
The new mountain steamer Silver Bow,
made a trial trip on Saturday. She is
non• at the main landing ready to com
Steam will be raised on the Carrie V.
Konutz within a day or two. '
Captain W. T. Kountz and H. K. Haz
lett left for St. Louis on Saturday, by
The Glasgow was to have left Cincin
nati for Pittsburgh on Saturday.
Tho Glendale cleared for St. Louis on
Saturday afternoon with an excellent
trip, about 600 tons of freight, and quite
a number of passengers.
The - Armenia arrived from New Or
leans on Friday night with a fair trip,
including a considerable quantity , of
TTE MONDAY; FEBRUARY 15, 1889.
sugar and molasses. She left New Or
leans:;drawing seven feet, put off con
siderable at Cincinnati, Portsmouth,
Wheeling and Steubenville. She would
have reached here much. sooner if she
had no: have been delayed by fog.
The Wild Duck left for St.:Louis on
Sunday morning with between 900 and
1000 tons on her barges, Swan and Dove,
and engagements beiow.
- The Grey Eagle departed for Parkers
burg on Saturday with a good trip.
—The C. C. Gray arrived at Louisville
—The Believe:non was to have left St.
Louis for Pittsburgh on Friday.
—The steamer Leslie Combs was sold
by the 'United States Marshal at Wheel
ing, the other day, for kt3.S5.
—The Jury. in the Magnolia insurance
case, which has been in the Cincinnati.
Court for the same time, ailed to agree.
—A Dayton lady gave birth to three
babies on board the Emperor, about a
week ago, when the boat was tear New
—The Emperor left Cincinnati for Pits
burgh on Thursday with about 300 tons.
It is said that flhe will hereafter ply be
tween Marietpa and Cincinnati as a
Thursday packet from Cincinnati. Pilots
up this trip, Dory Dunn and George
—Among the other acts of the Super
visors' Board, recently held at Washing
ton, they redistricte - d the Sixth and
Seventh Districts, thereby enlarging the
boundaries of the Sixth so as to extend
the jurisdiction of the local inspectors of
Louisville to Carrilton on the Ohio, and
also•itieludiug Kentucky River.
—A fireman of the Emma- Floyd,
named John Saunders, a German, about
thirty years of age, was lost overboard
froth.that steamer on Wednesday night
last near Warsaw. He was waked up
about twelve o'clock to go on duty, and
was not after Ward seen. He was a Pitts
bdrgher, and it is supposed has friends
—A Nashville paper says: The marine
scribbler of the Cincinnati Enquirer says
"the Camelia is one of line of two boats
between Pittsburgh and Nashville, which
pass here at very gong intervals. The
reason for calling these boats a we
presume, is that both forage along the
banks of the river between the same
points.'' Very poor wit, indeed.
—A late Louisville exchange says:
The Milbrey, from Cumberland River,
with a big load of corn, passed up for
Cincinnati. The Tempest departed for
Madison Yesterday, to be docked and re
fitted for the mountain,trade. The price
wiltfor her was $5,000 `cash. She was
built in Pittsburgh in 1563, and was orig
inally the Marmora ..No 2. During the
war she was converted into a gunboat.
—Steamboat:men, second clerks espe
cially, should' commit to memory that
section of the revenue regulations for
bidding, the transportation of empty
spirit casks from which the stamp has
not be*Ei removed. The penalty for re
ceiving such articles, though the receiver
be acting for the boat on board of Which
he may be employed, is very severe in
volving a heavy fine and a term of Im
prisonment. The law went into effect on
the Ist inst.
River and Weather.
LorlsviLLE, February I:3.—River ris - -
inz, with nine feet of water in canal.
Weather clear and warm.
ST. Lou*'., February VI —V.reather
mild. but wet at half past four this:
STEAIYII I 3OATS
FOR CAIRO AND
, 1:1---The SL,amiL r
CAP: , 1 , , 1/ 'CM
Wil /eat r for the 311 d rut. d:vt.
ti/N F.SD.' 17111 inst.. at 4 r.. 11.
._Fvr frtiglit Or plISSIZellOpi) beard or t.)
4N , "r
J. U. CoLLlNI:ll'Olll.)...fi
OR MEMPHIS A,ND
solzFN EAT' LE.LN Tieste'aiaer
fw• the a!)ove p;111,
Font:i . 73" 13:h. '
For fl'Oght or pa., , u.r, apply ott Loa r.? or to
L , OR CAIRO AND ST.
v Li/ I:la.—The t•ittett.ll.l Pastou
• t ror Parket
I;LENDALF..... ..... Capt. Jon: , M. 'HAILE..
T.V 1!i It•avt• ae minor need 8,,0r, on trATTIRDAr,
13th in,.t.. at 4 t..tti— posttivetiv. .
For frellAtt or pr.- - ,air. , fti.olt - On 1.-.ard.f or to
, ILt. .I. LACK. ...t. COLLINkiWOup, .kg t pts.
PITTSBURGH tc. ST.
LOUIS 15..13.:4,44E C 4 4.-1 , 0 i:
:i,AN::-.VD.1.E.. •!AIRO . AND ST: Ltarltt.
Tlto'poweritil towboat •
WILL DUCK AND ILLlttin, Capt. .1. W.
Will leave as announced above,on z•A T URI) AY,
13:13 lu , t.
For treiglit or pait.nzt amply on boh.rd or to
ft:3 BARN E,. Ai;
AL' AND NASHVIL L E.-711g line
Win leavt, tor tile
16 lainst•. v. 4 .srelock I.
lor freigha or pa.,..age. apply ott board or to
ft 2 J. D. COI.I.INUWOOD, Agent
liarietta and Parkersburg Line.
Lease Qir.; , .t.n.y , s Wharf 'Boat, root if Woo.l
DAILY, AT 1.2 M
TUESD.t'I'S A.N - D FItIDATE
A. S. tiiir.Piti:ttD; Master,
IcEDNE , DATS AND SATURDAYS. (
EAGLE C. L. BRENNA. , g, Master,
Freight will he r , :ceired at all hours by
r,el4 .1 MIES COLLINS. Arent
TO LIVERPOOL AND ..-A,Fve,
THE INMAN M.AIL STEAMSHIPS
Numbering etxteen first-elan treeaels, among
to• mthe celebrated
CITY OF FARM, CITY (.).0. ANTWEVr.
CITY OF BOSTON, CITY OF BA_LTINDOE,
CITY OF LONDON.
Sailing EVERY SATURDAY, from Pier -15.
rth Elver, New York. For passage or further
laturtnasMn apnlv l to
WILLIAM 81N9}LUi, Jr..
TO FIFTH STRUM. (Chronicle ltui,oi9g.
V.Arlvoronnfit4., Prot •I'
The Offices and Warehomen of .
PARK, BROTHER & ca
REMOVED TO THEIR WORKS,
Con Thirtieth acid Railroad Streets.
Order; loft with PARK, I.IOCUREIT & Co..
No. IA2 Second Avenue, will zeeeire prompt at
J . S. FERGUSON,
ATTORN - ( AT: LAI;IT,
N0..87 Fifth Street,
: 4 .}.:COND FLOOn. FItONT ROO3l
N Y-A7 . -I_, AW,
No. 98 FIFTH STREET,
J. L. DILLINGEB.
DILLINGER & STEVENSON,
87 Second, Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
AU _Kinds of Country Produce,
MI orders for 'Merchandise prordpily tilled, at
LOWES7 market rates. Particular attention
given to the sale of Butter, Egga. Cheese Dried
Frmts. Se, We feel confident that we can give
entire satisfaction, by making QUICK SALMS and
1.17.03tr:r. RETURNS. at HIGHEST MAtigLS
:aid therefore resnectfully solicit your consicn
tnents. correspondence answered promnfly.
'Marking Plates furnished free. Grain in store
and to arrive daily. atinttl'e
ESTl . lll . l l. ki SjaD BY A. T
W. 11. GORMLY,
No: 271 Liberty Street,
(DIP.SCTLY OPP. EAOLZ HOTZL,)
ue PITT'S 13 U 3EI Cr
WATT' LANG 6i CO.,
GroCerlem, Flour. Groin, Produce,
krovlslouti, .Fish, Cheese, Carbon ;
You. 172 and 174 WOOD STREET, near Lib
trzT Etreet. Pittsnar,rh, Pa. noS:n.3s
STEELE & SON,
FLOUR, G RUIN, v_.v.3 - 3, elem.
No. 93 OHIO STEEEI. near East Common,
ALLE.tiIIENY CITY. PA.
JAS. T. RICHAY-T.
KEIL &.; RICHAIIT,
A:113 DZALZRS IN
FLOUR, GRAIN. :.,EED.S, MILL FEED, Ice.,
349 Liberty tat., Pittsburgh,
Ni cBANE ts, &NJEfI,
Deado's In FLOUR: GRAIN and PRODUCE
ALLY, N. 14a WATT STREET,
ibove Snlithdeld, PlttGborgn. les
FETZER 4%. ARMSTRONG,
FORWARDII - 5 COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the sale of - Flour. Grain, Bacon, Lard,. But
ter, ii4.erls. Dr!.....1.Fru1t. and Produce generally,
No. 101 KA BiiET 6TItEET, corner of First.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
ILNOIX &SON. COMMISSION
I, FEY_D an.: I'RoDUCE GENER
-79 DIAMOND, oppoaßc City Han,
LI'I"FLE, iII.ICID hP.LTTON,
k0,..:4., , .• Urqcers, ('c‘mansiir,r, NIA , II:tr.FE
1.;',.: Di..:iiti - - , in P.%) , 11.4 , 0, 1 .0 . .,:. Eii . , ll. ells -tor,
F',n. Car...,:i 11 -:Lard ~ 1:. InGi. ':ills. Giati.
CJ I: ,- , 1.":.:.: ~.,.1 and
F.!..p. , r,: , :. 114 and .11.1 ,r..CoND z•TREET.
J.7.111N 1. 1301:SE-ELITZ; lloriE- _Am. U. LI or,:z.
TOITS 1. HOUSE &11110 S.- Sue
0 r..,,,,r. :0 Joils I. iii..T.7-i,e..t., CU.. Wnc , :e•
, ,i., Ur 'err. ant &.:onindb..l4) 1 !tiorelnilt,t,i, Cor
nor o! nmithnold and WNtor ..,.. roeu, Pittiburgn.
JOU:: SEUPTPX wALLACr.
1-111PTON &WALLACE. n hole-
Z-1.1 L 6 A
. N 1) pßo.i.) tcz D EAL
r§ o. 6 ".:IXTSI ET, Pt^ Fimrzh.
Wit I LIADI MILLER & CO.,
Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty Street.
Renter of Irwin. now offer to the trade at low
Prime New Crop New Orleans Sugar and
Porto lam, Cuba and English Ldand Sursrs.
-N 7,, 1 ork. rniladelphia ano Baltimore Re-
Lorerings. Branlis, Stuart's,
A , : ,n,-' an.: Long Lsland :•yrupe.
Cuoa au:l Euplish ltd rind Ilolasies.
Yonng Hy, a, Japan, Inwerial, Unn,powder
aro:ir.a and Banc oin
Java. Laxuayrn and lo Coireos.
;Lani ()IL Fl,ll. Nalle. GlAsi', Soaps,
Cotton 'Yaru,, sc., constantly on hand.
'it p t ,_.IV. R Er. t).
, rt.. opt TUE.t.I"Ar,
Fine -Brandies,Wines and Sezars:.
hlioni,ll,7d.ielle, and Sparkling Hock Whies
of fliu,td I'' ....lu lahtio6.
6,:narshtrg and joharath.-
bai llocl,henner, burguiplv, ke.
itrs wienbprz Fnie Olive Oil.
do I duo Clarets, tmnort.A I, bottles.
.1,, do Nk Wines. In I.titEle3.
NV..rn F Sons Spa , klln,7 Catawba.
rine o4l: , uerry, Maoelra and Port \V Ines.
Free M.nooint% , :ht live Wht,k les. pore.
do Very :7"notrlur Old . .4.:0te1l du do.
e Aler.ts for Moett Chandon • S tirand
ero , nav and :•. , :ellerr Champagne.
of of own - beleet.on :tad warranted.
j '2. • .113
DISSOLUTION OF ilAZITNER—
.partnersND heretofore eXlSt
ilig between J. B. anti bi and A F. Canfield.
under the ityl.2 and firm name of J. B. CAN*.
FIELD is tills day dis , solved by mutual
cou. , ent. The bus Eness or the late firm will 1)u
settled by J. B. Canfield, who will continue the
ousinc.ii it the old stand, 14-1 FIRST
J. B. CANFIELD. ,
A. T. CANFIE.LII.
Firrshuttuu, February 3, 1569•
B. CANFIELD, COMMIS
:SION MERCHANT and WHOLESALE
Factory. Hamburg and W.
Choose. Butter Lard, Pork, Bacon, Flour
Fish, Dried Fruit, .Grain, .Grain, Pig Lead, Pot, Pearl
Aral Soda Ashes, White Lime, Linseed, Lard,
Coal and Carbon :Oils, No. 141 First street,
S M. KIER & CO.;
OVEENSWARE, BRISTOL WARE &e.
ofllce and Warehouse. 363 LIBERTY STREET.
.118 -All order, promptly attended to,
PRE still continues to till all city and coun
try orders for
FRESH WHITE LAKE FISH, SALMON AND BASS.
Send to No. 46DTANIOND?MAIMET,
burgo. or Ills old well knomu TWIN CITY
All, , eltenvmarket oral
Tll. YOUNG SON ! f* CO.,
I- An CV CAKE PAKEILV, CONFECTIONARY . .
IC P . CREAM and DINISU
$3 Stulthileld street, corner of Diamond alley.
i'ittst , urgh. •
l'artle and !amities supplied with Ice.
Cream and Cakes on short nonce.
110 M .. t 4 .tessai Pael:lng and eiasket.' of the ( -
Boston Betting Companies manufacture nt prices
as low as tit', quality of goods can be bought of
the 11111,!travil/rer A Nit stook always 011 hand
at -the.lnAla Rubber 1.),-p 1.0 And f2S Stith
e•tri. et. • J. A% 11. PIIII,I,LPS.
Sole Agent, for the Colooley.
iTAILILTA RIX RESIDENCE FOll
,v sALE, In good torntinn In A;ki..,11.,nv City.
vply to S. Cl.::1;1111Eler's. SOSs.
• le 0 i . 6. I.,inittitivltt Strye.
P'AGE'S PATENT - LAC E
LEATIIf.E. for:mit: by
J. .t 11. VIIILLIPS.
PITT 4 tiBURA4 El. PA
A. I. STEVINSON
E.ECEIVE AND SELL
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN,
pITTSBURGR It.. Miami
r,i).N. - _ - --.L.Ls v I L L v
AILR.4 , AD.
On and after TCF , I.A 1", Norember. 17th.
tht , l. tratnz wi l l srrlre at and depart from tae
)-re,• corner of Grant and Water streets, as
3fat1 , , , 3r:v.: :rota 1.7nlo•
to wr. 7:00 A. I. 8:00 p. u
m.2..tietsp.rt Acc-uott'o.•11:01, A. 3:. 2:05 r. ar
Ex. to „up( fr0.....^ Unt'n. 3:00 P. 51. 10:10 A 5i
We No..ton Ac..:out'Ll 4:30 P. st. 5:35 A . SI
rip..l,..,tk's AtPniptro. C:l5 . P. M. 7t50 p. p.
. 11th? .A . tf,Mcki:*.n4ort..lo:.lo P. )t. 6:45 A. X
%.1.11.1y ClulTel:Tr4ln to '
c.p.‘l trona V. •:,,,..- Ne,,,,0n 1:00 p.. 11.10 ,00 A.
,Fontlekets apply to
S E }, Agent
AV. B. :STOUT, mea t .:...;r.nrinte tio33
CIIANGE OFEragt. h -7;ml- 4 .
ALLEGILENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
on and after MONDAY, Nov.-mbar 9th, MS,
TWO TRAINS DAIII - vll leave Pittsburgh
tqation. corner of Elei'enth and Ptke streets for
Franklin. OillCity, Buffalo, and all points in the
CLEAVE PITTSISURGEN AtilllVZ IN rITTSIIrIIOB
Mai 1.......... T:l5 a urMar 5:40p isit
Express 1:10 t: m Express..... 6:3o a m
Brady's B Ac 3:00 p M.Brady , B Ac 10:30 a
Ist ziodaWorks :let tioda Works
Accornal.... 10:50 Ern Aveornorrn. 8.201 II
2d Soda Works 'id SedaWorka
.Accornod'n. 5:00 p . m! Accornad'n. 3:4oy=
Church Train leave Plitsto,rgli at 1:10 P. H.
Arrive at Pittsburgh at 9:30 A. M.
Passengers tAking express. train hare brit
one rhange of cars li , ..twetn Pittsburgh, Buffalo
and 011 gegions. Mall and Express Trains stop
only at principal points. Mixed Way and Ac
mum° dat 10 , 1 trains - stop at all stations.
THOMAS M. Enai, Ass't. Burin.
FOSTER HOPE, Ticket Agent. not
LOUD 3 RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
CHANGE OF TIME.—On and after SUNDAY.
Nov.22d, 18GS, trains will leave andarrive at
Lill Union Depot, as follows, rittsbargh time:
3:13 a. in: - 1.2:13 a. sa.
Fast _Lane 19'13 a. 11"
Fast Express ...iiii; p.m. 1.4: 7 16 ii. m.
Mixed Way ' 5:4:3 a. m. 6:43 p. m.
MoDonabl's Ace'r.. No. 111:2S a. m. 8:33 p.m.
liteutp-nrille Accranmod. 3:36 p.m.' 9:46 a. m.
McDonald'a ACC'LI. No. 2..5:99 p. m. 3:18 p. ra.
Atiar 2:58 P. M. Express will leave daily.
14:13 P. M. 3lall will arrive daily.
The 10:13 a. zu. Train leaves daily, Sunday*
kepted, and makes close connections at New.
ark r . c. Zane Ernie and points on Sandusky
liansneld .1 Newark R. E.
S. F. SCULL. General Ticket Agent,
W. W. CARD. Stin't., Steubenville, Ohio.
18(R' L i•
GH, FORT WATNE CHICAGO
F. W. and CLEVELAND PITTSBURGH' B. R.
From Dec. 20th, 1858, trains will leave fmm
and arrive at the Unton Depot, north side, Pitts
burgh city time, as follows:
Chicuio Ex....3:03 a michicago Ex... 2:13 a
Erie S Ygn 31'17:28 a m iChicap Ex.. 11:58 a
Cl. dt Wt0g31 , 113:28 a m l Wheedhg Ex 11:13an
Chicago 6:58 a m!Crestline Mail 3:53Pa
Chicago Ex..10:08 a m Chica'o Ex....4:38 pa
Cl.StYh'KE32:23pu, , Cleveiand Ex 4:oBpn
Chicago Ex.. 2:4-3 ptojErie Yien Ex6:l3pa
NV - e doErie Ex4:53 pm C 1.5: Wh•g Ex6:sBpn
Departfrom 411R.pher.y. , Arrire so Allegheny.
N. Brlgt - u Ac. 8:58 a rn !N. Brigt'n Ac.7:03 am
Leetsdale `•10:28 a m N. lirlgt•ri `.8:28 am.
" 11:58 ain 'New Castle "10:33 am
Rochester " /:33 pnulLeetsdale " 9:13 am
Leetsdale Ace.3:sBp m " -" 1:08 pm
N. Brigt•n • •15:33 p Brlgt'n ""2:43 pm.
N. Brigt'n " .6:2S pm:Leetsd'ile " 4:53 pat
Leetsdale " 10:4-3pm: " " 7:18 tma
Leetsdale Sun- ,Leetsdale Sun
dayJChurch. 1:13 pm? day s-hurch. 9:58 an.
*Tr 2:43 p. m. Chicago Express leaves daily.
..Cir 11:58 a. m. Chlcagr Express arrives daily.
de=l F. R. 31YER5, General Ticket Agent.
pENNSYILTA-f" — ,.. t 111:14 - %7;;;; ,, :
NIA CENTIIAL ItAiLql ,l 47-g
Rt)A..D. wand after 2.5t11. 1868. Train 3
will arrive at an.: depart from the Union Depot,
enrn , Wablileg - zon and Liberty streets, as
.11 Train..,. 1:30 ATLI Exprese.. A:3O ma
Ye.st 2.40 a m .s No. 1.. 6:30 ata
Wall , : No. 1.. 6 20,: mlliail Train 6:15 am
1.-:rlic.on Ace n. 7:50 a m :•Cmc ti Ex 12:35 pm
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 a m rtVall's NO. 2..11:20 um
)9:40 a m..lOhnnOWn At. 3:25 pm
:Sohn Ft:OW11 Ac10:35,:t rr. 'Brr..l,locks N014:20r+12
Baltimore Ex. 1-15 p m Express 5:10 pm
Phila. Empress:a:os,pm: Wail's N 00... 5:20 pm
Wall's No. 3... 1:30 pm iWail's No. 9.. 6:15 pm
Braeolocks No 5:50 p , Fast 7:50 pm
wull's No. 4. 7:25:i m - Wall's.No• 5.. 11:50 pm
Way Passn'r 10:20'p in I
The Church Train leaves Walls Station every
, 4.in.lsy at .0:15 A. in., re:la:dug Pittsberah at
10:00 a. m. Returning., leaves Pitt , ..t.nrgli at
12:50 0. in and arrit es at Walls Station at
'Cincinnati Express leaves daily. All et - beg
tre, s daily except Sunday.
For further information ipplT to
W. H. BE42.e:WITH, Agent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as
sume 3113' risk for Baggage, except for wearing an •
pare!, and limit their responsibiLitY to One Han
dr.-• Dollars in value. All liagg.a.re exceeding
th - t amount in value' will he at the risk of the
owaar, sir less takee s h , special contract.
no= General Superlnten•lent, Ahooni, Pa.
RA...I.IIOAD.—On and after,on. 22d,1868. the
l'a.seuger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
6;1% road will- arrive at and depart from the
Feder, 1 Smut. Depot, Allegheny City.as follows:
Springd'e No 16:40 a malfall • 1:00 am
Freeport No. 18:20 a in peepprt N0.19:15 am
Express 10:40 a arpo'g \Ol 11:20 am
Sharpb'g N0.11:25 p m,Express . 2:45 pm
Freeport No. 24:00 prn:Springd'e No13:20 pm
Mail 5:55 p nt'Freeport N0.25:20 p
Springd'e N026:45 ti in.Suring.l'e No27:10 pm
Above trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junction
ever:_ Sunday at 7:40 a. in., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:so * a. tn. 'Returning, leaves Allegheny
Citi a: 1:20 p. in. and arrive at Allegheny Juno.
thin at 3:45 p. m.
COMML:TATION TICKETS — For sale in packages
of Twenty, between Allegheny Cltv, Chestnut
Street, dicer's, llennett, Pine Creek. Etna and
Sitarpsiinr4 and good only on the trains stopping
at Station. speciticd on tickets.
The trains leaving Allegheny City at 7:00 a.
male direct connection at rrerpoin withWal
kf.r's line of Stages for Peeler :end HannallitoWn.
Through tickets niv. be purchased at tin , 01-Yce
No. 3 Clair streei. near the Suspensionliridge,
Pittsbnr , h. and at the Depot, Allegheny.
For further information are to
JAMES PESTS, Agent.,
Federal Street Demi.. •
The Western Penns.ylTaniallroad not
t , some soy risk for Baggage. e7icrpt fin - wearing
apparel. and limit their resronslbility• to One
Hundr, d Dollars in value.. All baggage ex.
ceeding this amount in 'value willbe at the risk of
the owner. unless rtt,..n br special contr.:v:l.l_
EDWARD H. WILLIA.naI,
no= Gen.T.al Sunerlutattieut, Altoona. ra.
S 3 11:142 lIILLOSNME.
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY,
ThP SHORTEST AND MOST RELTABLI
ROUTE from the East to all points in
New Mexico, Idaho,
Two Trains leave State Line and Leavenworth
dray. (Stindaysnieepted;) on the arrival ot trains
of acifle irom St. Lo( and Hama.
hat and St. Joe Railroad from Quincy, connect
at Lawrence, Topeka and it' amego - with
sta.e.s tor all points in Hansas , At end ot
track west of hlis worth with the UNITED
STATES EXPRES'I COltl PA_NY'S DAnx
LINE OF QV FALLAND - MAIL AND „EXPILESS
All Points in the Territories,
And with SANDERSON'S TRI-WEEKLY LINE
of COACHES for Fort Union, Bent's Fort, run,
Alitquerqty, Santa Fe, and all points in Ad
v.', and New Mexico.
With the recen additions of, rolling Stott
and equipment, and - the arrangements made
with le iponsible Overland Transportation, Linea
frGm iis western terminus, this road now, offers
unequaled facilities for the transmission of.
Cretrzli to thi Far West.
Tickets for sate at all the principal offices In
the United States end Canadts
Be sure and ask for tickets via TFIE.SMOrt
HILL. ROUTS; UNION P IC RAILVAY.
General Freight and Ti r ket Ago
1. ii. WERMIT.R..