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TUESDAY. Feb. 23, 1868.
The markets. in a general way, are
quiet and devoid of anything that Is really
new or important. • There is no improve.
ment to note in the demand for any.. of
' , the leading commodities, cud 'with. a
light volume ,of business in the ggre
. ci. ,
gate, • values generally . are .unchanged.
•TI 3 excitement in Sugars and Molasses
hoe not .yet subsided, and holders Are
very;Stiff in their views, 'and'not• inclined
to sell freely, being, apprebensivq, that
there may be a still failther 'advaium.
That there is some.cause fbr the .resent
=expected and, we .might say, alMoet
unprecedented advance, in- Admitted,
but it is more than likely that •it has
'been considerably exaggerated; as is
generally the. case , in
q simden And =-
looked fit of excitement;
APPLE BUTTER —Firmer; • 75 to 85c.
Apprxsi...Dcill but nrichtinged; regu
lar sales is, store,,at 53 ®55 'per bbl. as to
BUTTER--Is steady ' demand,
with a supply, fully equal to it. and we
can report sales of prime to - choice et 38
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR—DuII at 3g.
BEANS-53,25 to 53, 50 Ter bushel. .
CRANBERRIES-Sales at $lB to 520.
CORNMEAL—SI to 51;10 per lineheL •
CIIEESEJ-Sides of New York Goshen,
• CARBON OIL—Is a shade easier but
unchanged at 34114;34g, in a jobbing ray.
DRIED. FRUIT--Peaches steady at 13
,@l , l for quarters; 15@16
uafor mixed, and
18@20 'for halves, as to qlitY. Apples
,10(012 cts. •
EGGS-,ln better demand and higher,
fresh packed being quoted at 24@25.
- HAY—There to ,no imProveinent to
note in the demand and while the mar ,
~stet is dull with a supply largely in ex
cess of the 'deudind, prices are tin
' changed--520@25; on:Wharf. as toquality.
HOMIN - Y-'46,25 660,.; 50 perliarret
PROVISIONS-.Baced 1s steady bid
. unchanged at. 'lsg for' Shbuldeis; 17g
'for Rib,bed, , end- 1.8g@18% - for Clear
. Sides, and 20 for Hems: • Lard, 21 in tier=
ces, and 22022g1n bids and kegs. Mess
.Pork X 3,5 0•
POTATOES—DuII.' but nneluingeq;
small sales in store at So©Bs.
SEEDS-;Small sales of Clover, Seed
, at 510@/ 10 , 50 , ea to quality, and • Timothy
at 53,50; Flar.Seed la firmer and we now
SALTIs quiet but steady, and is still
quoted at _s2by ° the car load.
•, SORGEITAI-00g70 cts;
GRAIN-Wheat is dull and neglected,
but nominally unchanged,' 51,50 for No.
Spring, and .51;80 for No. 1 Winter. Sale
of 3 cars on private, ternui; ,Oats firm
but in limited deniand, 65@66 on track,.
and 67(?.68 store. Rye is in steady
demand at 51,43051,45; Corn is dull but
nriclitimmd at 75(080. Sale 2 cars primq,
yellow at 80. Barley is scarce and
higher. and -.we . now knot° prinie to
choice Spri_ng'al,s2.ls@2,, - 2 0
ORANGES.-41,00 per bor.`
TALL(' WRendered, 'l2c.
ONIONS-55@56 per bbl.
PEA. NUTS-10 eta. - per lb.
FEATHERS--Live Geese .Featheis
- quoted at 750 Sects, to the trade, and
the usual advance in a retail way.
FLOUR—DuII and unchanged. Spring
Wheat brands are quoteds7,oo©s7,so, and
Winter:Wheat at 58,00®8,50. Rye Flour
57,50. The Pearl . Mill quote their best
brands made of the best Wheat, as fol
lows: Extra Family Flour, -in barrels;
at 59,30, and, in sacks, 59,00 per barrel;
--Double Extra,- Family, in baxrels, 510,00,
and; in sinaltio9.7ol , per..)barrel; Spring
Wheat Flour, in barrels, 57,80; and, In
• - .sacks,-57,50 er barrel.: The City Mills
quote o prices as follows: Extra Family,
- Winter) in barrele, 59 2 30, and, sacks,
. ,00 -per barrel:" Double. Extra Family,
in barrels, 59,80, and. In sacks, $9,50 per
barrel, and-Spring,- 58;00, in barrels, and
57.70. intacks,-per • . •
wHisKEy;..fnirh wines ,areuncluing
ed at 95@97;in ajobbing - way. -;
LARD' OIL=Is firm, andanay be quo
, ted strong at 51,40 for No. and 51,70
for No. 1. • '• • , •• -
• , Markets by Telegraph.,
ITENv Tons, 'February 21 7 :-Ootton firm
er and in good demaad,vojh'flabis - 3,500
bales 29%6 :for middling nplands.
Floar—receipte, l B,6B4 - bbls; market Aull
and heavy 'and - s®llle lower, with 'sales
4,200 o bbls `at, 15,51,51ge.50, for superfine,'
State and western, K45114)6,95 for extra
State, 16,30w,20 for extra' western, $7,25
®8„25 for wiilte - Wleit"extra, $6,65®8,10
- for B. ILiO. fi7:64W O for extra' t.. .
• Louis, end $9(4)12 forgoodito shoicerdo; )
closing heat 7. BY4#. 4 .lriburi,!heisvy, with
sales 280 bblaht $5 1 25©7,25;• Corn Meal
in moderate request, with sales 500 bbLs
western at, $4,75@14,90; and 500 barrels
Brandywine: at . fa. Nbisky quiet and
unchanged. Wheat—receipts 37,975bu5;
Market favors buyers, with a fair export
demand; sales 85,000 blush at $1,48 for
/qO.l / sP- 14 -11 50' for No.. 2 and 8 do.
mixed, an d 11 (gi1,56;4' for No. do. in
, store . and - a oat; .;the • tatter price is
an extreme: , `,12,78 , .. for winter red"
Indiana; .1,90 for libelee white Califor
nia in small parcels; fi1,57, for Canada
spring,n'bond. Bye Barley quiet
and firm; sales 3,800 bu extra choice State;
• 1 2 , 1 7 in store;'l,soo bu Canada West at
about $2,17. - Corn—receipts. 22,981 bu,
and about:le , better, sales 70,000 bu at 89
0 9 1 c :for:new mixed western; 'sBo for
white western; 96c for southern - yellow;
986©51,0210f old mixed western. Oats
—receipts 6,625 tin and lower, and - more
• active; sales 64,090 bu at 78y,,,,5783e for
.• , western it store, ' an - 11750 for do afloat.
Stock of grain in .warehouse; 2,1324,266 W
wheat,l,BBll,6ol bu core; 2,111,9¢3 bu oats,
216,601 bti rye, 116,168',bu•,tarley, 64.804
bu Malt, '55,252 lan peas. Rice dull. •Cof
fee firm; salei2,sooskaltio at 22%®2280.'
Sugar firm; 500hlidsCaba at 12@18Xc; 500
bxellstimattlay,®lB3,o. Molasses firm;
sales2,ooo bhds stayed to s arrive at 50c.
Petroleum , dull .at 21®21340,f0r crude,
and 85®36c for.refined bonded; sales of
,24000 bbis 'refined bonded for. March at
87c. Hops in. fair request at 5,5150 for
American. Linseed. Oil dull at $1,03@
1,05. -,Spirits ' Turpentine. , dull, at 55@
55)40. :Tort lower. and. unsettled; sales'
2,250 bblsat $31,25@62 for, -new mess;
18 0 . 50 ® 81 . 00 for old do i 31 ,.;• 528,00@27,00 for
, prime, and $29,430W31,00• for ,prime mess;
• also, 750',bbls newe mesa, seller April,. at
;31,75 Beef steady; sales 140 bbla at- $9
®16,50- for sew plain' mess; and $14,00© -
19,50 for .new extra tnete. Twee Beef
dull; sales 125 tierces at $27,00®80,00 for
Prbue mesa, and $ 31 .00®35,00 for India'
mess. Beef Hams quiet; hales 75 bbis at
1129,00q34 t 00. Cut Meats quiet; sales 150
packages at 18%®14o• •
Dressed - Hogs heavy and lower; l 3"
11190 for - Western, and 18y,@14 yo for
city; middies 'doll and - heavy; Lard
heavy and lower; sales 600 tierces at 17
@1943 for steam, and 19@19g0 for 'kettle,
rendered: - also. 250 tierces steam; seller
February, at 19c. • Butter firm at 2.5@350
for Ohio, and 40®420 ; for State.. Cheese
_17@220 for common to, s - i rime.
ereigkts to Liverpool lower , h en
gagements 50,000 bus wheat er sir earner
x afe. o.—Flour
_plosed dull at 56100
lower ` for, medium and good grades.
Wheat quiet and steady. with - moderate
.. e xport inquiry for good spring. R ye
4.^.>trf...te-470. 07, '- • •
. . . .
....-i. :7 ,:-.rim'sp.l74p4qAz:Tp-..., : :,.7,: 21,
. . . . . .
dull ai4 nominal. O at s s firm at 73g©
73% for western in store. - Corn steady
at II:4;40199, 2 ( for mixed western. Pork
dull and - heavy at 11,31,50 for new niass
and regular, and $31,75 teller for April.
Beef quiet and ster 3 v. Cat Meats find'
Ban - dull sand n rainal., Lard dull at
18%®18y, for fair , prime ateam. Eggs
moderately betweet 211g56. ' • --
CancActo, Febrintry '23.:—Eastern En
•obange islirm at 1-10 per cent.: premium
selling, and 1-10 per cent. oil buying.
Flour, quiet and firm; sales were made of
spring , extra ati5,25®6. 'Wheat quiet
unsettled and, Irregular; sales of No. 1
were made at 81,21®1,24; No. 2, $1,14%.@
.1,18;,, closing with sellers st-- - ‘1,15%;
sales since 'change at. 81,15. Corn quiet
and firm; price are g@gchigher; sales
were Made at g 0 Pc; -no grade sold at
(434@56y0rl n w sellow, 60c, closing
- quiet:At • 66 re fqr nevi; sales • were • made
1 of new thisrnoon at 68go; No. 1,690,
seller, first h lof May; No. 2, ¢3l@6 9 3‘c,
- seller, May, \ ats,are dull,.and holders
are.--firmer ; arket is,g@lic ,higherp
salew.were made of N0..2 , •at , 53g ®543.1e,
and wafkrejected at 5034 c.; ,closing -with
buyers at Mg(' and sellera at-:5834x.•
Rye is in very, fair request and market Is
a shade firmer, ranging at $1.18®1,20 fo,r,
winter andfresh receipts of No. 1,- clos
ing at 81,1934@1,20 for fresh receipts.
Barley dull; weak,* nominal- and , 2(gs4o
lower; sales of No. 2- at ;1,86, - , closing
nominal at 81,84@1,85.. Etighwines, quiet
at 90c. Mess Pork opened dull; sales at:
P 0,75031,00, but subsequently became
firmer under a fair : demand, advanced
and closedatrong at 661,25031,50..-. Lard
quiet and easier- at -18@l8gc. Sweet
pickled hams 173;0.. • Short% rib middles
15@15gc. i Shoulders 12e. - White grease
15@1534; yellciw, - 1.2.g@131(c; brown,
lOgigilo. - Dressed hogs dull 2 and easier,
ranging at i $11®12,50, - closing' at gap
12,50-for fair to,. good: -- Receipts for the
past twenty-four houra--16,254 bbls flour,
21,912 bus wheat, 24,514 bus corn, 4,512
busnats, 4,706 pus - rye, 5„492 bus'-, barley,
4,740 head hogs: ' Shipments-16.987 bbls
flotir, 21,158 bus wheat.- 31,116 bus corn,
12,471 bus 0at5,13,379, tais rye, 2,756 bus
barley, 8,759 head hogs. • -
CINCINNATI,' February fig.—Flour in
better demand arid partli, _speculative;
sales of 2 , 000 - barrels family at g4,50a8,75.
Wheat Anil at tielfial,so for Nos. 2 andl
red.- (kirn.firm. •at #34a650 ,for, ear and
shelled Oats ,at 678880 .for No:1.
Bye, scarce:and firm, at $1,45. BarleY 1 44-
"changed' and; film.; Cotton firmer and
higher; middling:2Bo. Whisky dosed
firmer, at 03c; sold in the forenponatl92c.
Provisions still unsettled; there is not
enough doing to test the market, there.
fore, , quotations can't. be given. -,Mess
pork held at VI at 49 Ne• Bag
meats at 121A,®141/,,a; oould nave been
sold at,l2Ql4c. Bacorelreld at 14c,10'
and 17' o for shoulders. cleat riff, and
clear sides; with sales of sides at the quo
tations., Butter very scarce and the mar
ket,firin, at .18©370. Eggs. firmer and in
deinafid, 18©19c. Clover'seed steady.
at' $18,25, Linseed oil dull at $1,06.
Lard oil, $1;65911,70. Petroleum,Bs@
36c for refined. Gold; 132;6 . buyin g., :
lEtuFrew, February 23.;—Flour Mao
tiye. . Wheat nominal. Corn dull, with
sales ten car loads new at.76(4)76%c. and
77c on track: Corn held at .900 in store.
Oats nominal.oso in store. Rye nominal
at 81,85 in store. - Barley active with
sales 3.,000 bush Canada at $2,10 in store;
also sales 2,800 - bush do at 62,10 deliv
ered. Seeds quiet but firm. Mess Pork
dull and heavy at 133. Lard dull at 21 3 4
a22c. Highwines dull at 94c bid and 96c
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 23.—Clover seed
is in fair demand at `s9,7s®io. Flour is
dull, with sales of northwestern extra
family at $7,75@8,50 and Ohio do. at
13,25@9. Wheat;•pzime is scarce; red is
held at 11,90; amber, $1,95; white, s2®
' Rye, $1,55. Corp is in fair demand,
with sales I.yellow .at.BB . @BCom: Oats
steady at-74(:)78m.. - Pitibleum,° - Grobeiles'
and Provisions are unchanged. Whisky
'is nominal at 97c®$1. -
CLgesmitxrD, February . "23.—Wheat ;
sales of 1 car No. 1 red winter at $1,58,
and 1 car No. 2at $1,45. Corn; sales of
1 car at 68c. - Oats; sales of 3 cars at 62c.
Rye held nominal at 81,30©1,32 for No.
1„ and $1,25a1.28 for No. 2. Petroleum;
market steady and, quiet; crude #7,75;
refined held at 33 .G.U%li for standard
white in car lots; prime light straw to
white 32(g.32.14c; trade lots 2@3c, above
these prices. . _
. BALTIMORE, February_23.—Fkrar num-
Inal and unchanged. Wheat very dull
and low, grades unsaleable. Corn firm
.and in good demand; white 92®93c; yel
low 87(P38c. , '.0ats dull at 75c. - Rye npm
inal at 11,50©1,55. Mesa. Rorkquiet at
$33.- Bacon quiet; rib aides 1734©17;40:
clear do ~ .181@)18,‘13; shoulders. 15X@
15„<c; hams 21c.- Lard dull at 20Mc... ,
Lovsmait, ;February 23.--Tobacco
• Wes 0r844 hhda at* fall rates for good
lags and. desirable :leaf: Cotton, 28Ao.
.Mess pork, s3l,oo®=oo. ]hard,! 200.
Bacon—shoulders, 18c; clear rib sides,
153 c; clear aides,l6l4c; all packed.
Flour, 85.60(446,00. Wheat, 11,50®51,56.
Corn, 60©62c. Oats, 60(03o. Whiskey,
Crwcriotieri. Feb. 23.--Cattle Market—
Beef cattle in large supply and 50.3 lower;
common to prime,13,76®6,60. Hogs in
large supply and best in limited. demand;
prices are 15 per rental lower; whole
range is $8,50@i0,60; the latter , rate for
extra; receipts for the week; 8,600 head;
sales 220 head at fall rates .
CAArnumos, February 23.—Cattle Mar;
ket-Meef Cattle—recipts 269 head; prices
advanced A ';4c; sales of extra at
111,3,60®14, quality. $ 12 , 25 @13,25i
second quality, $10,78®12, third quality,
g8,firstname.lastname@example.org. Abeep 'and Lambs:-reccipts
2,130 head: market generally unchanged;
sales at 44583 c.
Carom" February 23-Cattle Market.
—Hogs dull and 26€450a loweri sales at
g9@9,85. :Beef Cattle quiet, nominal and
lower ,at 15.1 l b for cows and light
11t0611193 and f6,40@7,00 for fair to good
PITTABISEDEft,' PORTyWAINE. & ' CNI
DADP , RAILDOAD• February 28...4 . cars
umestoue,.Shoebberger; , cara „metal,
Nimick.& Cotfii do; Jas.W... Bon 4c o; g
do . doßrYollaVaugheYi 440 d 0,13 Hear
baUgh QG CO; 7 cars blooms, Sohn Moor.
beaa ; l2 do, do, Coleman , Rahn &Ike; 800
.. t,14 5 ,, flour, awners; ; .100 ,do do, lyellis
Booth; ; ,100, do do, Johns Dilworth ,* Co;
1 car wheatv „Ocott.i& Gisal; 2; ears ; rye,
Jenip & Shepard; 180 rioury Seyhin.
;get* VoskanlPo:,3 B P l w E
I ser; we bbls flour, A - Kir k trick , _ &.Co;
400 bbis flour, Watt l Lang it Co; 12.0141 s
,P.l!Perf!Godfro7:'4; Clark; 8 - bbls ; ems,
Woodworth Davison; 1410,40hn
son;'2s bbls apples. 10 bit bbls batter, vi
H Graff it Co; 1 car Wiley, J Rhodes it
Co;Lcar °atil t W Simpson; .5 bbls oil,
BA..English;74 rolls leather' , .1 Hammett
&Son;.800h0; spokes, T'.Hare & Son;
8 bbls dried•apples, :S P Bbriver & Co;
26 bdis handles,' Matthews & Co; 10 bdls
.CASTIIitAVID AND: PITTSBURGH RAIL
ROAD, 'February 21=1 'cat iron - ore,
Springer Harbaugh; , tear •N York ore,
Reese, Graff & Dirll; 8 tars dad 6, Shoen
berger' Blair & Co; 1 Car 'stone, L L
Knax;l bin wood,- -Boyd; Murray it F; 2
cases cigare, - E Worniser & Co; 110 do do•
W II Kirkpatrick & Co; 10 do- tobacco, S
Ewart &Co; 5 kegs a coffee, Rinehart &
Stevens;7s sins oats,' McHenry it Hood;
10 bbls 'teen apples, 108 sks oats, Brown
& Willianis; I bbl tallow, Wm Flacons &
Son; 7 bbls eggs, I bbl flaxseed, Fetzer &
A; 6 bblifeggs, J -Daub; 8 =bail ehft-. -se,
Graff & Bolter; 2 tem -soap, lkikewiAl,
Pears Co;& 6 kgs, 1.,w,% 4, Ins WI,
Pretztield Bro; 20 - cads tobsbeo, E - 31
graw * Co; 20 Oka: dridff; riciadies, I-
Canfield; 4 casks hams,. E..11. 1 .44,yer5,&
Co; 15 bbls whisky, I' &Meth' & .Co;. 5.
tes hams, - 1 tre bacon; ' ttirtertialffit.o). -
: ALiaromonr V. - Wiii- - 'itatilautra'n, Feb
•rnar3r 211.-..4 pkgs - butter,::JlHllty; -6 do
do; J 0 Cuddy; 1# slut oats, G 'grainer; a
;Ws ref Oil; Mniihall - deMktraw; 'l3 bge
rye, Binghani alairig;'slskstetprOdnee, J
E Shomsker; 18 sks oata, , R/Rewart; 194
do do, . .Bricker. & Co; 1 ear. metal: Mc-
Knight;' Porter 1t Co; 1 'de de, -John
-Moorhead; 3 do do, ,Svcasoir, •;Pseston &
Co; 3 do limestone, Shoenberger , & Blair;
49 ski ryri, 20 d 6 ferick'Se6tt & gliali 51
'do oats, Adams & -Attain; 8 pkgs- -- prci•
-dues. L t J Illartehar .160 bbls oil,
Biaher ,Bro;.. 4 ,bbis .dr , apples, 11 bgs
seed, - Ewa &Orr. ' " " ''
d:= Robertson; = 2 • - ears
wlieati Melismt & coi;2 pro t,00,01_, Lewis"
,Billey it Dalzell; §F CAM *hear, ' ll i r Ken :
'nedy - dr.Brof'2o6griken `lkYtlfiti; 'A it 3- Grci
etzingral.2ll bblswhiskY, B Etic A - carson;
100. bbis flour, J111511 3 K92 ears barley )
Sthith 4i, Cof I. dii - lnn A. r, " Patterson;
•pker toraec6, 7 li4 V;Jenkirison; 2 oars
iron ore, Pittsburgh PorireA Iron Co. •
RIVER NEWS:k .
The river continues to secede slowly,
with eight ,feet in the elia4telipy, the
Monongahela. inarks. Weiitlier 6,stet•'-'
day wails*,l4,f and d * i • •
The .11.aY#0t; for Parkerebu f g - and .
Julia No. 2 for Zanesidlle, departed.
Business fairly active `at the landing.
withconsiderable freight *bilbring, eve.
daily for the Upper ,Mississippi and
-Upper Missouri. •
Private advices from St. Louis report
that bids, for - carrying. government
freights from' St.•Lonin to 'Fort Benton
have been _opened, and' John N.
.Cofutger is likely to get, the contract; he
having made the lowest, bid, 5,40. cengi
per pound, lbr the 'whole Season. Capt.
Banger, we believe; Ina St, Louis man.
" , Alejandro" lithe name , of the. new
boat., built here by Capt. Stockdale for
some pirties in South 'America, and in
tended to navigate the,Magdalene River,
in that country. She irnearty txtmplated
and is only wilting" fei:her engines f
which are being-built- at Broiinsville r
and will be ready to be put upl within a
few days. Capt.,Stockkale expects , that
she will be ready to leave here' for New
Orleans about the 25th of March:
The ''Bon-Ton,” Capt. Tom Poe's new
mountain bcet, will be finished shortly
and it is expected, will be ready to
leave for Fort Benton, direct, about the
middle of March... , ,
The Bellevernon arrived from St.
Louis yesterday'witb a fair trip, 'nein&
ing_a considerable qnantitY of metal.
She made the run from _Cincinnati in
less than four days. notwithstanding the
rough stormy weather. Pilots—John
Ferguson andßon. •
The Sallie from ' 141118i:rine; was due
here-last night, and will doubtless be
found in port this morning. As will be
seen by ;card, she will -at once com
mence loading for the Missouri River,
and will be ready to leave on - Saturday.
Passengers and shippers can , rely on the
Sallie going through as advertised.
The Grey Eagle, Capt. C. L; Brennan,
is the regular packet for Parkersburg
to-day, leaving promptly at noon.
The Glasgow, Capt. Andy Robinson,
Jr., is filling up steadily for Cincinnati
anti Louisville; as is also the Armadillo,
Capt. A. McCarty, for St. Louis. These
are both first rate boats. ,
—Thetvansville Journal; of Friday, in
giving the particulars of the tiro t on the
Glendale says:' •-
Capt. W. P. Fuller, 'late of the Cham
pion, was at the wheel, and Capt. Hare,
a lady and three or four men were in the
pilot-house. The head of the boat was
immediately turned toward the shore,
and all left the • niLoPhouse except Capt.
Puller, who, stood at his post, although
the pilot-house beneath and around him
was in flames. and 'held tho wheel Until
the boat was landed, when he leaped
through the flames and descended to the
hurricane deck, • and thence into the
cabin, where he addressed himself tothe
duty of reassuring the passengers, and
assisting in getting the women and child
ren ashore. The boat was made fast , to
bluff bank; and the stage planks got out
with.the utmost expedition, when all the
women and children were landed safely.
Geo. W. Clark; formerly pilot of the
Glendale, who wawa passenger aboard,
receives waim enooniums for his daring
and efficient services during the perilous
oriels; Capt. Hare was slightly scorched,
but not seriously injured- Capt: Fuller
.lost one of,hiseyelashes and•had his ems
brows, whiskers and hair and his Vest
smartly singed. Ho also inhaled some
hot air, which gave him , some apprehen
sions at first, but after swallowing halt a
pint of sweet 011, he felt no further in
convenience, but at supper time was
able Ito take his "rasbuns regular."
Capt. Hare, Capt. Puller, and a few of
the other officers lost most of their bag
lage, Capt. Fuller , being the heaviest
oser, having in addition to a fine now
suit, lost a pair of fine opera-glasses val
ued at 1145 or #5O, but for which he would
not have taken any sum of money.
—The Louisville Democrat says: An
article in the Chicago Tribune, of the
16th, in commenting upon the action of
Congress in reference to the Portland
Canal, t shows a wonderful lack of knowi
edge when it says that the canal is
owned by the State of Kentucky,' and
jhat it has been a "dead horse" ever
since it was built. , The canal is owned
principally by the Government of the
United States; •in fact, we believe the ,
State,of Kentucky owns but very little
in it. A few private citizens here. and
elsewhere are also stockholders to the
aMettnt of slew shares; the Government,
howev,er, is , the headed owner and we
are authorized to say to the friends` of
the Tribune that the Government might,
if desirable, dispose of its interest. The
•canalo for the „ecillirlficitTient ot the Tri
bune, hail been a source of revenue to the
United States Government ever since Its
--There lea bill before , the Kentucky
Legislature to charier , a company to
builds, railroad bridge over thejriver he
tween Cincinnati and, lower Covington.
Jay Gould, of New York, is one of, the
corporatorse In, view of I‘) many pro"
jetted bridges over the Ohio at different
Points, the question of length, of, span to
be settled by. Congresa is an important
one, to river interests.. •
—A Louisville paper of Saturday says:
mute Sullivan, watchtnan on the tow
boat Mary Alice, In, endeavoring to step
from one barge to another the Tow
bbadi on Wednesday, !Malted his-footing,
fell into the. river, and was drowned,
The deceased was from Pittsburgh, 2S
ye a rs' old, with light hair, blue, eyes. 5
feet, 5 or 8. inches .in height, and was
roughly drbssed. • ..
-Captain Lancaster, formerly of Wel:
1 3 .,Webb..w 111 take Gemmind of the Tobe
Hurt; i small built :at Paducah for thR
--The Linton Is running iu the Arkan
sas, from M _ mihts.'. The Bulletin, of the
17th, says: , ‘weleara that the . Era No.
8 was yeste ay exchanged by Captain
Ben. B. Ronne for thearay'Eagle at a
rating of $1g0(10 inrArtiasfiti. ;Captain
Minns will, it is said; imiriediatnlynquiP
the Gray. Ragie fir the Red River Ode:"
-:-.The Madison Cotitler gays the Wekt
Wind will receive a:hearty welcome in
the Cincinnati and Madison trade. ..
Salle left Cincinnati for Fitts.
b . tirgh on Saturday with a fair trip
Pilots—Conant and Fawcett.
towboatS rk S Louis '
—Thet. to New
.Orleans,seceived 3,000 tons of. graitt aryl
flour at Crairo.
2 -Tho Tom Farrow has 330 - bblis tic
lasies and 148 hhds sugar for Pittsburgh.
' `-• —The i aanits Pittsburgh -t& New
Orleans, d CinoinnatkonSandak-
—The Wihi Duck and ',barges were
Cezio on Stu:app..
River and Weather:
Lorain - tux, Febrttary 2& Weather
clear and moderating, Itiverjalljng,
with nine feet six inches of,water in,„th-e
STEADLBOATS„ , g:
FOll - U.ANSAS :
P. .1D•311P/1 s AND 1331AHR,
Ttte sptesalld steamer s • ,
sALtre- -- •'. taist. Okittoutr, -
Wlll lakse fW tRe above poitsoi SATURDAY.
%Yak fut.,. at 11. o.'elock , ,
•For frelant satvassagealolllPlita , orto • •
JOEIN FL-4,01k, 7. 14. 0,.1.14N0 WOOD.
• -4311R1Ezirit ILAISLZT Agents:. '-ie24
NO liTaalitir ) 161Stigiga i k
PACCB7%,•-••BOB RALBN4 .
oomarnencelltedirst top the-above and all in.
termedlate points On tbe tint or Id Arch, and will
ply to rough t letkqokxoilOpping,, - For pritttculnrs
ap / • 1
• _ , BrACK it-cOI4,INGWO9Df otsenta,
feM:e97 • or R. C. • omi.r.
0 lir k
BABl RTli dirr rE k iL . aandsklaWitt
!tflli rt a l iPOLT9' r ciapt. B
.for PAUL, about the ,IlOtti of
Apr I. uta - goAltrotigts direct. This 10th
steamer offers, vert taperlorreommoastlons for
passengers and stock. FOr arttcnteri applrto
F,LAAS A COLLIA WOOD, Agents.
fetZie9B 11; C. CFR.AIr.
B VlSCllliclif ATI arid_ i agg
.1!-TAMISVIOLLE.—The flue pa
OL:ABGOW Capt. ANDREW itOpTICSON, jlt.
Wilt lairvd 7 for the stine and intOrraidlate porta
on THIS 1) Y, 314th lust, at 4r. at. •
Fotrrelght or basaane apply on, Inyartli...bi to
. FLACK ete t tlaVlTOU,D."
ST At utr r -
ft4o titi li KfttlE C S : Vtirlt : Agents' .
- 0011 .11.01118.—ThelgEt
Ateepassenger steamer • .
'' , '". Cl , l * lICPAILTY,
Wlltlakv• for the above and all Intermediate
porta, cro TrllEt DAY, at* r, at.
For freight or passage apply.. on board, or
BLACK & COLLINUWOOD, Ageota:
prrritivraG.* • .. z a ir k e
Harkitta and, Parker§'haft lin%
LeSoo4mpanylorWttort Pot, soot of Iraqi
4 suctu- •
717E8DiTe [XD rfirDAYS.
.......... 111 BECIPLIZP.D. Maker
wzmirsamorfp Awl). sAsuitzusts;
OBEY atom. .. .. Buswiras; Muter
Freight will be reeeivtd it all hone br
ANTS 'COLLINS. duct.
-STF A wuriPsl
- )- . - - LlVEltradt - ALVDatt
Namllerlng slateen • frst.elais Vessels, among
torone eelebrateAl •
CITY OY Wits, CITY OP ANTWEPp,
CITY BoaTON, ern' OF BALTLMOZE,
- - CITY OP LONIKO4,
AWL .VILICY SA.TWIDAY, from Pier 45.
t '=•ver: S* Yoz. Par nonage o; Sather
Sauna silos aoolV
WILLIAM 11.04111.;Ti t Jr.
QINGERLY & CLEM!, Successor'
A 7 to 07,0, P. licarociluart & Co.. ,
The *illy iiteuti Lithographic Eiitatilfslitien .
NY est ot the iliountahts. Business , iigge u ler
Beads. • Bondi, s , eircul ,ars s,
Diplomas. Portraits, Ticws, tear cif Lie
posits, 'artistic! , Csr is. &c.. Nos. 711 and 14
Third street, Pittsburgh.
ROCK THE BABY. -
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
s SOLD ONLY NT .
LEMON & WEISE.
Practical Furniture Nandadarers, 4te.,
1118 irovirria AVENUE.
Where tea, be - found a full assortment arm , .
tor. Chamber zed Hitcher Furniture. der.
IVOTIOne-The Office- of the
PITTSRUIISS WHITE LEAD 'ARO
COLOR WORKS has this day been REMOVED
from Do. G 1 Fourth Attune, Pittsburgh,
TO TEE 1140 TORT,,
Na' 460 Rebecca Streeti
Ennui' °Mee at 114111113 & "EWING , S, No.
341LIBERTYllTNE6T. corner of Tenth,(for
=Orly Warne). (Mem left at the Factory. at
Hanle & Ewing's. or sent tbriough the Pitt& burgh
Post Omce. will receive prompt Attention.
8111100N1fAIC411 & SON.
S M. KIER 41‘ CO., ,
. . , , Miuntsout of
. , .
9.111 . 7.3111/318Mrf. MTh 11411/Mlll aie.
Alai. and .11pirebouse. 383 .141 ERTY, STREET.
siren °Merit nromptly attended to.
J. 01012(1.' • • J . s „„.
14 " ABoailzonruki AND
No, 61 Banausky 81„ !dleghenh , .
A, limo assortment, of, NEWEL _
,POSTS an •
lIALL,rrrERS eonstantir on 1111hd.T1111 1 INti
?f deserintions. done._ oestral
PRZt3S stilt omatinues to altelly and mom
. orders for
FRESH WHITE 'LAKE FISH, SALNON'AND' BASS.
Bend to No. 45 DIAMOND litAliftET;;Pless.
STAND. • or Hs old .well known TWIN 2 pay
STAND. Allezbenv market
AY'4 - •
t j • •
'Fifteen bags chola° old Government Java Cof
fee, Jun teerlied an 4 for sale low by the bac r
- COrner 'Whole and Hand strftu.
011111 , 2 4 1TAL
. bWKEPBTAICER., - •
Very choice, for sale py
NEANOR , ' do BASPEW,
fee 220 Liberti. street.
OT ABU.-4 casks No• 1 IPol
- Ash in store find for sale by
el 2 J. 11.
J. L. umweese..... A. E. EITZVEICSON.
- DILLINGER &
STEVENSON, coinitssiiK MERCHANTS )
ST Second Street, Pittsburgh, pa,
• nryrivE LAD BELL •
.Ik4itft9 .1 of Country: Produce,
. orders for , Idercbandlre Prempti7 filled, at
LQWEST market rates. Particular attention
pen to the sale of Butter, - Eggs, .Ckeese Dried
Emits, &c, We feel conndent that we can give
entire satistaction by. asking WOK Ouse and
PROMPT nErcritne. at riPtassr wenn= PRICES,
tutd therefore:. respectfully solicit your consign
ments. All correspondence answered promptly.
Markrnir;;Platea forritsiied free. Grain in store
and to arrive daily. ~ .anBl:t7B •
I \ at
STABLISHED, , BI & T,
./IJA Gr ENLY, I 18L2.
Wit'OLESALE - GROCER,
No. 271 Liberty Street,:
(DrEECTLY Or! EAGLE HOTEL')
ViATT, LANG 'A, CO.,
Gr°Carlon, Grain, PrOducel
Pro vLsions, Fifth, Choose, Carbon ;
Nod. 171 and Itilk•wOOD BTILEICT, not* Lib.
..erty a G. Pittsburgh. Pa. n08:n66
nrrsa ........ Jaz. T. Namur&
_ .fftr_l,:44 l FRP,P. •
Galalge SPEDB , Mnalf
$49 St; PilijibUrlibt
- B. 1217101.
Dealers In . MCKIE; . GNAIN , PRONNCE
'GENERALLY',` No.- ilia .w.kTra wrinarr.
, above linalthneld,Elttinarnix.'
Al • firtimr.
• Comm :Merchants,
tiisit - M — •
• AND . r t'E AL4 M '
MlORirprp4ll44:pT,E l .ltE:Do
.10 . m. near iiks y t Common..
, z :.-.„110.,39NR7411449.C.'
... . . _ .. . . .
4 .6 .
ireki(tiii: `45 1 4117;nr. Grain," Telioe4i. Bat
ter; .. d Frultoinet
_TroOttoO tonelsl l 79
No, 1 . ►r~r T BTR,F.ST. „corner of Pint,
lists -7. is .-. . : - - rezhen
RCBL - XXClig ANDKIEW
1111_44... &SON, , COMMISSION
• MERONANTS an o dealers In FLOUR,
Vi AIN MILL .FEED and 'PRODUCE, GENER
ALLY, No: TO DIAMOND, opposite iCits Rail,
, Alleitbeti7 ' ' jal2:rlD
.1.4 Wholesale Grocersi Commission Merchants
sum Deilers in Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Fish. Carbon and Lard Otl Iron,Nails, iv,
=ton Yarns and all IP 4 '..mburgh Manufac a
generally. .1.1.11 and nuV,ND STIL E ,
Pittsburgh. • •
TORN'''. ! US OUSE &AMOS:, Sue-
u reapers to WIN t; HOE CO., Wnole•
241.1 a Grocers a d Commission ditereha=a, COe.
;ler of Smithfield and Water Streets. piTtsbnrib.
JOIIR SZUPTOIC •I...**AAT_ALLPOL
N &WALLA Whoke
?to. EILXT/1 ciTHEET.
Tpgrif VERSON .1. & BROTHERS,
966 Liberty street. Dealers in ' Drugs,
a ats and Patent Medicines. IsA:29
AND NANOTACTITAI2I3 Or
MOM TO NO. 195 LIBERTY STREET,
licrtitta Window Lead,' cilium sta Glasiware at
Manalactarers prices. deg'
2ACTITRIN6 .COILPANT," Xanalleturers Of
PRINTING Ss WRAPPING PAPERS
CLINTON mim-wrgaranirvit.ur, OBto.
BIM:MUM M ILL—NEW BBIONTON, PA.
OFFICE AND . WADI/NOME. _
No. 82 Third Streot, Pittsburgh, Ps.
Orszczne—AUGUST NABTJA L Prealdent. •
JNO. B. LIVINGISTON. Treasurer.
WWI= BIDDLE, Becretary.
DIMICTORII—Aseast Hartje. John Uwe% B.
N. Oarsman, John B. 'Arington.,
Clash paid Inr Wrier Stock. ja2noeB
W RZBIPIIILSE, No.
Third stroot,,gear tbanneld, Pittsburgh.
Alwatm hand, a_generar assortment m La..
WEilysAliM. GUARD i_Hntlemen
NV% L P . BCALPS, CHAINS,
B Z *0: 1 lir IF illoo la cash
will given font EtAw HADI.
LedleiP , And Gentlemen** Haig Hutting done
in the neatest , mama.
FRENCH DUMB MILLSTONES.
French Burr Smut Maddnes;
;THE BEST WHEAT ipLIRASEEB /IT 'ME.
rewtcate 1 1 7(nir , and Feed MUls,
/.1/ vizaltera and best quality. For sale at
319 lila 321 Liberty St., Pittsburgh
The .undersioned deems it his duty to Inform
consumers of Hydrant Water in the City of Pitts
burgh that extensive and highly inirortant
changes in the machinery at the Lower Water
Works' will require, for the present, careful use
and strict prevention of the waste of water.
Railroad companies and ocher large consumers
must use strict economy in use of water for all
purposes, and the use of all street washer' and
fire plop, except in case of ilre r must pe sus
pended until further notice.
fe3 Superintendent Water Woiks.
tIIEARL caiks Prime
Purl Ash now in store and for ule ppyy
J B. CULNYIELD.
On and after TINCbD.A.Y, No ember, 11th.
lisot, trains will arrive at and. depart from the
Denot corner of Grant and Water streets, Its
Mall to and from Union
town 7:00 A. M. 5:00 r. M.
McKeesport Accomdt'n 11:00 A. M. 51:05 P. K.
Ex. - to and from Duna. 3:00 P. M. 10:10 A. M.
West Newton Accom"d 4:30 P. M. 835 A. M.
Braddock's Accomdt'n. 8:15 P. st. 7:50 e. M.
Night Ac. toEicK.sport.lo:3o P. Y. 5:45 A. m
Sunday Chura Train to
and from West Newton 1:00 P. M.10:00 A.
For tickets apply to
J. R. HUNG, Agent
W. B. STOUT , Superintendent. no2o
riIIANGE OF aximai
ALEOUENT VALLE'S! RAILROAD
On and after MONDAY, November eth. ISB
TWO . TRAINS DAILY will leave Pittsb
Station, corner of Eleventh and Pike streeir for
Franklin, 011jOity, Buffalo, and all points in the
wyza,lll PITTITHErBGEG, lAREry • .TX rrrynninoli
Mail 7:15 a m !Mall 5:40 p m
Express:l.... ‘11':10 m,ltspress..• 8:30 •nt
Bradrs B de 3:00 p m Bradys B Ae 10:30 a m
Ist Soda Works ',lst Soda Works
.A.ecomd. 10:50 am : Acconsodni. 8;30 a m
ad boda Works
111 3 d Soda Works
Aer.opiod`n. 5:00 p m Aecomod , n. 3.40 pm
Omni: Train. leave ttsbargh at 1:10 P. 74.
Arrive at Pittsburgh at 9:50 a. If.
Passengees.Ukinr , express train' bays but
one elianeit cars tween Pittsburg:, Buirldo
and Oil ORM Nal.rillid.EXpreSlLlTSlTlll 51.9j1
only at p • nelpal points. Mixed Way and Ao. :
commodstioll triltii stop at all stations. . . •.
• THOMAS H. =NM, /mit. Supt.
W. FOSTER 110P3,, Ticket Agent. nee
P CINCINNATI ; AND
PARVANDLE ROUTE.' •
CHANGE OF TritE.L-On and after SUN DL!.
Nov.22d, 1888, trains will- leave and arrive, at
tta. Union Depot, as fbllows, Pittsburgh ttme:
• 3:L91. tn....137:13 a.
Fast Line • 10:13.5. m. 7:33 p. m.
•if ast 'Express 2158p.m. 19:7.8 slid. •
Nixed m._ 8 p. m.
DoDonald'e Aoem, No. 11.1:98 i. m. 9:33 p.m.
Steubenville Aecommod. , 3:38p. m. 9:48 a. m.
McDonald's Acen..No. 2..5:08 m. 3;/8 p. m.
it - 0:58 Z. Y. Express will leave daily. •
1 4 4:13 P. at. Mail will arrive daily.'
The 10:13 a. in.- Train leaves daily, lannillyS
e cepled, and makes close eminent:lolM New.
ark - to • Zanesville and points on - Bandesky
Mansfield • Newark . R. • • •
8. F.I3OIILL, general Ticket Ilurenti
, W. W. OA2D. Supn.. E 3 teubeDYß ) F.9K o '.:i.
PITTSBURGH, - -70.22 - WAYNE & CHICAGO
R. W. and CLEVELA ND IPITTSBIOD3N - IL R.
W. Dec. .—. . . .. .
From. D 20t,n, 1858. trains will !cave frent
and arrives& thellnigist Depot, north aille..lllo
- pity, time, us follows:
,' •'• , Dmo. . 1 : ' , .-- .1 . ' Aryls&
Vcmo Ex_ ~ . 3:oa &Menton° Ex.: , 141.3
e & Ygn111.11:118 a m .t rh ica go Ex .. 7.1:,88 if,
Oh &,Wieg IV 5;28 am i eeling Ex 1113.1
Chimer Mai1.. , ..6:53 a m;Crestitneldall 3:53}d
Chit:AM . /ft— QBa m ;Chicago Ex....4:384
Cl. & we gEx 9 nava. jeleverand Er 4:08 pt.
Chicago Ex ; , 2:43 p m . Eris & Tait Exls:l3s
'W. , e &ErieExt:o3pre.lol: &Wit , ExeltriSM
J'reol A tieg44 m . . L . Arrive a 44/seasna
_at'lli AC: 8:58 ie in N . Brigtln At:7:o3 iaa
Leelfftle " 10:28 aml N. Brigt n " 8:28 goi
" 11:58 a m INew Castle "10: 3 3 am
Rochester .. —11433 pro t Ulla:tale .. 9:13 am
i Leetadale .11.94.3459 pin I . . ~ " 1:U8 pas
N. Brlgni .3:33 DMA. Brigt , ll: - "11143 pm
N. Bftt. , it . 4 .s:2Brim Leetsnard -."' di:lsazaa
Leetsdale "10:93pm ' " ' " ii/8 tat
LeetsdalcOinn• • Leetsdale RIM. , . •in
day Char_ch. 1:13 p m day linet. 9 . :68 am
.q. 2:95 0. in. Chicago Express leaves daily.
&F/g. 11:58 - a. in. Chicago Express arrives daily.
dt P. B. MYERS, General Ticket Agent,
NIA CENTRAL ILUL
ROAD. Onand after Nov, 25tb..1888, Trains
will 'arrive at and depart from tht,lfirlou Depot,
corner oi , Washington , and Liberty streets, AM
Mall Train.— 1:30 a -W:3o=
Past-Ltssor.: - .1 - 11 , 80 am "a o. 1.. 8:30 am'
Wall's No. 1.. BAO a m all Train. ... *L./8 am
BrintonAoe'n. If 40 a m sOlneinntx .151:65 pm
Wall's N0..2.. 8:50 am Wall"s N0.2..11:20 am
Cincinnati Ex.8:40 am Jelmstown Ao. 3:95 pm
Johnstown Ac10:33 am firaddocks Nol4:EOpm.
Baltimore Er.1.48D To phila. Expre s s 8:10 pm
Phila. Expresssl:oB pm Wall's No. 3..15:510 pm
Wall's No. 2.'•.: 1:30 p m Wall ' s No: 4.: 6:15 pm
Braddocke Nolliaglp in Fast Line 5:50 pa
Wall's NO. 4: 11E5 p m tWall's No. 5..1:1:80 pm
Way Passo't 110: 11 8p mi • .. •
The Chtirsh• Train leaves Walls Station every
Sunday ar,14115 .O. In,: teaching Pittsburgh at
10:00 4 1 .• in. Returning,. leaves Pittsburgh at
:Winne pt so and - az:rhea at 'Walls Station at
-.; . - .w, .M.. unit* Aroma • haven itaity., Ail other
-Srosao.stallgt Sandity... . . "
For radios to •-- -.-
W TW , Agent.
The Penrwylvaula ro Company will not as -
some any dais Torn-usage, except for wearing art •
pare),and limit their responsibility to One Bun
dre. Dollars in value. . It 'Baggage exceeding
that amount in value will be at the risk of the
owner. us less taken by special contrset. •
EDWARD H. WILLLANN,
no= General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa;
Ar- E ST ER - qv i i
la i l a• - iniggi 51 - -
ROAD.—.On and after e. ov. 319d,1865. the
Pa. senger Trains on therWestent Pennsylvania
Rai• road will arrive at and depart from the
Feder. I Streeteri Depot., Allegheny City. as follows:
Ae& • .
Springd*o No151:40 a m Moil 'Ds
- - 1:00 am
Freeport No . 18:20 a m Freeport No. 9:15 am
Etpres. 10:40 a' ut Sharpb , g Sio111:20 am
Sharpleg No.11:215 p mißxpress...g,.. 9:45 pm
Freeport No . 24:00 pm s_pringire No13:90 - pm
mall ,_ _ 8:55 p m Freeport N0.25:90 pm
Springd'e - No 28:45 n m Smingd , e No 3 1:10 P m
Aboye trains run daily elteept Snnday:
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junction
every. Sunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. in: Returning, leaves Alleg heny
City at 1:40 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny Juno.
Con at 3:45 p. m.
COnnterATION TM:gni—For sale in packages
of Twenty, between Allegheny City, , ‘'hestnut
street. Herr's, Bennet r, Pine Creek: Etna and
Slisrpsburg.and gad o on the tail= stopping
at Station+. speeified on Yeti.
The trams 'leaving Allegheny City at 700 a.
In. make direct connection at Freepon withWal.
ken: line of Stages fOrßutler and Hannalu Won.
Through tickets may be pnrchmy i t the Office
No. a ist .Clalr street , near the Su sionßridge.
Pittabur. 11, and at the Depot , egbeny. ,
For further information apply to ,
JAMES LEFFRETS,-Age w 2.
• Federal Street De t.
The Western . Pennsylvania Railroad not
at same any risk for Baggage, except forwearing
apparel, and limit their responsibility to One
Runde. d Dollars in value. All baggage er.
• ceeding this amount in value %lithe at the Hat*
the owner, unless taken by special contract.'
EDWARD H. wiudams,
no= Getetral Bunerintendent, Altoona. PL.
QMOKI HlLL aimm
UNION PACIFIC RArrawA;
Th o BRORTINL':I: AND MOST RELZABI
ROUTE from the East to all ponne la
, Califonda, Utah,
Two Trairus leave State Line and Leavenworth
asilJaluidan exceptxdOon the arrival of trains
df tic Railroad Tram St. Louis said Hama•
bat and et. .Joe Ballroad tram connect,.
Inv at Lawrence, Topeka and Wamego with
Buise for alb points In Kansas. At end of
track west of itilsworthi_ with the UNITED
!STATES • EXPRMS. CONF PANT% DAILY
LINEIDe OVISELAND MAILLND EXPRESS
COACHES SON • ;
W. W. WALLACE.
Arizona, Washingtc, n, .
• New Mexico, Naha,
All Pointe in the Territorial
COLONESioiRsOtps TRI-WEZICLY LINZ
Mr Fort Onto% Bent , s ;Fort. Paell•
Albuquerque, Banta Would 11l points In Art
aorta and New Mexico. •
With the recenadditions of ?Winn stook
and equipment.. arid the , arrangements made
with responsible Overland Transportatton Lines
froM Ns western tenuthea, this road.now offers
unequalled actinic' for theunnalasion of
frelsht• to the Ifirlitett. , • - ' —i•
Tickets for sale at all th e win carts In
the United States and Calmly t , .
Be sure and safer Viotti. via TOE SMOKY
HILL ROlll`glonobl p • 10 (RAILWAY.
. A. ANDEIiSON,"
. . . _
•IF. 111, WEBS:NEB,
General Freight and Tir k . et Ast