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OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GazzrrE, i
' • MONDAY, March 8, 1869. i
The general markets are quiet and de
void of anything that is really )new or
important:;_ The demand for lmost
everything continues light and c fined
mainly to supplying immediate wants
while prices, generally, have u rgone
no quotable change. Pro Visions con
tinue weak and rather pa icky, both in
Cincinnati and Chicago, a b. the decline
in those Markets is I.)egi ning to have
some influence here. Sugars continue
weak an drooping and - standard herds
are said o have been offered in New
York to day at 1 a decline of about,
threetents per ;b. grain and Flour
contin e dull antrglected, but without
quota e change. r.
APP ES bbl ,
y with regular sales
at SI,C4 ' per bbl, as to quality.
BUTTER—There is a continued good
demand for prime to choice Roll Butter,
with sales at 406143.
BEANS—In better supply—may be
quoted at 8.3,60e43,75.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR—DuII; 3@3;‘.
CHEESE—Market almost hare: New
York Goshen is quoted at 24@25c.
CARBGN.OIL—The markett.is easier
and prices may be quoted lower, 31(:)31;f,.
CRANBRRRIES—SaIes at slB@r22.
CORNIINA_L-51q41.10 per bushel.
_ DRIED FRUlT—Peaches steady at 14
@ts for 'quarters; 16@17 for mixed and
18g2.0 for `halves, as to quality. Apples
EGGS: 2 LMarket dull with sales reported,
at 20®22c., _
HAY—The demand for baled contin
ues light, ,and the market d is quiet and
unchanged at 523@5, for goo tO
strictly prime, on track and wharf. -
H0M1NY446,00@5 6 , 25 per barrel.
PROVISIOS—Market a little weak,
and.priceS, a' shade lower; Shoulders,
14 1 )4; Ribbed Sides, 1635C917; Clear Sides,
18c and Sugar Cured 'Hams, 191,:f.
S'..eamed Lard. 19@19 1 and kettle ren
dered; 20. Mess Pork *32.
POTATOES—Very - dull: small sales at
PEANIJTS-10 cts. per lb.
GRAIN' The demand for Wheat con
tinues very light and the market is dull
and prices nominal at 51,50 for No. 1
Spring and 51,60 for No. IWinter. Oats
quiet and unchanged; 65@66 on track,
and 68 670 in store. Rye As unchanged
at $1,45®147 and but little offering.
Barley may ,be quoted at $2@52,10 for
fair to good Spring and 52,15@52,20 for
prithe to choice do. Corn is quiet and
unchanged at 75@80; stock in this mar
- ket comparatively light. •
SEEDSCloverseed issteady at 510,00
to 510,50, as to quality. Timothy is un
changed at $3,50, and Flaxseed is firmer
and we now quote at 52,45®52,50.
SALT—Is quiet but steady, and is still
quoted at 52 by the car 'load.
FEATHERS—Live Geese Feathers
quoted at 75 to 80, to the trade, and the
usual advance in a retail way.
FLOT.III--The market is quiet
and devoid of anything that is
really new or important. Spring Wheat
brands may be quoted - $7,00@57,50,
and Winter Wheat, 58,00@58,50 per bar
rel. Rye Flour, l $7,50. The Pearl Mill
quote their, best brands, made of the
best Wheat., as follows: Extra Family
Flour,in barrels, at 59,30, and, in sacks,
59,00 per barrel; Double Extra Family,
-in barrels, 510,00, and, in ' sacks, 59,70
per barrel; Spring Wheat Flour, in bar
rels, $7,50, and ,in sacks; s7,soper barrel.
The City Mills quote prices follows:
Extra Family, (Winter) n barrels,
59,30, and, in sacks, $9,00 per barrel;
Double Extra Family, in barrels, 59,80,
and, in sacks, 59,50 per barrel, and
Spring, 58,00, in barrels, and 57,7f),1 in
sacks, per barrel.
WHlSKY—Highwines maybe quoted,
in a jobbing way, at Wag,.
LARD OlL—May be (Tooted at 11,33
@51,35 for No. 2, aliir 51,65g51,68 for
ONIONS-55 to 56 per bbl.
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
MolinAY, March 8, 1869.
The market, although quiet, with a
_comparatively light volume of business,
in the aggregate, is firm nevertheless,
with considerable inquiry both for pres
ent and future delivery, and prices, par
ticularly for Crude, are firm with an
upward tendency. The operations in Re
fined in this market continue light, which
is in consequence of an Unwillingness on
the part of refiners to sell at present
quotations. It was reported, however.
thCt some partiek in New York sold con-•
siderable "short" to -day, for the purpose
of breaking the market, but whether
they \will be successful or not time alone
will develop. The shipments East con
tinue insignificant, and as a consequence
the stocks in the East are comparatively
light; and, owing to the fact that Crude
is relatively higher than. Refined, there
is but little Refined being made.
CRUDE.—The market was fairly ac
tive to-day, the 'idea aggregating fourteen
thousand barrels, and with a stronger
feeling and considerable inquiry, prices,
if anything, are a shade better than last
week. We can report 2,006 bbls, seller
till Jtilj. Ist; at 16:y• 5,000, seller till
August Ist, at l 6 X; 2,4 . 00 till Sept. Ist, at
17; and 500 each March to December at
17 per bbl. delivered on cars at Oil City.
April to December, 500. or 1,000 per
month,- was quoted at ls@isy, delivered
REFINED.—There was but little done
in refined to-day, though the market is
firm and ,prices fully sustained
hundiedrand one of on thousand, all at
3634. March last half, in the absence of
sales may be quoted at 35@35%.•
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil 40c
Eclipse Railroad Axle 350
- Eclipse Machinery 750
Eclipse Spindle 80c
Eclipse Tanners' .. . ... 400
Eclipse Tanners' Finishing oil 650
- OIL SHIPPED EA ET BY A. V. B. B.
Standard Oil Co., 511 bbls refined to
Warden, Frew dr,
Fawcett, L. it S. 150 bbls refined to W.
• P. Logan it Bro., Philadelphia.
J. C.Kirkpatrick it Co., .56 bbls refined
to W.aring, King & Co,, Philadelphia.
Forsyth 8r05.,207 bbls benzole to
Warclerf,•Frew eo., Philadelphia.
Total 'shipments 717
Total shipments Itenzole 207
OIL SHIPPED EAST BROM DUQUESNE
H. M. Long & Co., 110 bbls relined to
Warden, Frew & Co., Phila.
Brooks, B. & Co., us bbls retied to
W. F: de Co.. Philadelphia.
Hutchinson Oil Ref. Co., 113 bbls ref.
to Warden. Frew & Co.. Philadelphia.
Johnston de Payne. 62 bble tar to N. Y.
& B. Parraftine Oil Co., New York.
Total shipments Refined 341
Total shipments Tar
TOLEDO, March 8.--Flour a shade low.
er, inactive. Wheat lc lower; amber
$1,9; No. 1 white, $1,73, closing firmer.
Corn dull lc lower, small busines.s.doing;
O. 1 66c; yellow 68; other grades Mac,
tive. Oats dull, unchanged. Rye steady,
$2,28. Barley quiet, unchanged. 'Dressed
bogs nominal, 12012y,c.
Markets by Telegraph.
NEW 'YORE, March 8.-Cotton final;;
sales 1,900 bales at 27;, - c for-middling - tit:4
lands. Flour dull, in buyers' favor, and
without decided change in price; sales
5,100 bbls at $5,35@6,15 for superfine
State and western, 86,20@6,70 for extra
State, $6,15617,00 for extra western, 87@
7,75 for white wheat extra, $6,35®7,75 for
round hoop Ohio, V(j..8,50 for extra St.
Louis, and 89612,00 for good- choice dot.,
closing quiet. Rye flour quiet; sales 260
bbls at 84@7,00. Whisky quiet; sales
500 bbls western at 953,c for free. Wheat
a shade firmer, with a fair demand for
spring; receipts; 10,371 bus; exports, 61,-
00 bus; sales at $1,4'561,48 for No. 2
spring In store and afloat, 81,52(511,53 for
No. 1 do delivered, $l,BO for white Cali
fornia, $1,85@2,03 for white Michigan,
81,60 for red winter western in store. Rye
dull and lower; sales 32,000 bus western
lat 51,35. Barley quiet; sales at $1,60, 'and
German at $2,28. Barley malt quiet at.
132,12. Corn,receipts 9,589 bus,very scarce
and a shade better; sales were reported
of 34,000 bush at 95®96c for new mixed
western; 77c for western yellow. Oats-,
receipts were 1,064 bush; market Is a
shade firmer; 26,000 bush sold at 74n®
75c for western, in store; 75@770 for do.
at railroad depot and afloat. The stock
of grain in the warehouse is as follows:
Wheat, 1,994,416 bush; c0rn,1,301,1,67 bush;
oats, 2,000.457 bush; rye,, 211,880 bush;
\lairley. 81,616 bush; Malt, -50,095 bush;
peas, 54,525 bush. Rice' Is more active'
but weak; 200 boxe Rangoon sold at 8,!„!
®B3:ic; 150 tierces fihrolua sold ou-pri
;rate terms. ' Coffee is dull and is nomin
ally unchanged. Sugar steady and quiet:
450 hhds fair to good refining sold at 12 1
®1271c. Molasses is nominal. Petr.l
- leuni is quiet at for crude; 34;c for
refined, bonded. Hops are steady at 5@
15c for American. Linseed Oil is firm
I and quiet at 81,0e0)1,03. Spirits Turpen
tine quiet at 54@5434c. Pork quiet_and
unsettled; 700 bbls sold at 531,12031,22
'for new mess; $30®31 old; $26@27 nricne;
$28,50@30 for prime mess; }Vs° MOO br.r
rels mess, seller for r April and tour
months at $31,25, and 2,500 barrels
531,50 buyer for last half of April. Beef
dull; sales of 120 barrels at $,13,506116 for
new plain mess, $12®18,50 for new extra
mesa. Tierce' Beef dull; sales of 100 tier
ces at 8266130 for prime mess, and 27@
33 for for India mess. Beef Hams dull;
sales of 100 barrels at 825®30. Cut
Meats Heavy; sales of 250 packages at
13®13; for shoulders, 16 1 4®16 1 ,4 for
hams. Middles quiet; sales of. 170 boxes
at 15 3 , for Cumberland cut, for
short ribbed. Dressed Hogs quiet at
131,a133•; for western, and 13%6141, for
city. Lard quiet and a shade firmer at
15 for tierce, 17=s@19yB for steam, l9@
191 for kettle rendered; also 500 tierces
seller for March and May at 19. Butter
quiet at 300338 for Ohio add 420 , 55 for
State. Cheese firm at 18@22 1 . Freights
to Liverpool heavy and lower,-with -en
gagements per steamer for 45,000 bushels
at '3@,3? 4 ", chiefly at inside rate.
Latest.-Flour closed dull and strongly
in buyer's favor. Wheat about lc better
'on spring, with moderate export de
mand, and dull and declining for winter.
Rye dull at $1,35 for western. , Oats quiet
at 75c for western in store. - Corn scarce
and firm at 95®95.1ic for new mixed
western. Pork very quiet at $31®31,1214
for mess,-cash and regular. Beef dull
and unchanged. Cut Meats dull and lin
changsd. Bacon very quiet and without
decided change. Lard steady at lfic for
prime steam. Eggs steady at, 24@26c.
CHICAGO, March 8.-Eastern exchange
quiet and steady at 1-10 premium set ing.
Flour dull and holders firm at 13 , firstname.lastname@example.org
for spring extras. Wheat firmer and
tolerably active and \ higher; sales
No. 1 at 81,16R1,17; No. 2 81,11%®1,13 1 ,4;
closing firm at 51,13; sales since the
change at $1,13. Corn moderately active
and %®%c higher; sales at 56 1 1®570,
and no grades at 54%c, closing at 56%0
57c for new; sales No. 1 at 67c, sellers for
the list haf of April and first of May;
nothing doing this afternoon. Oats dull
and ;4c lower; sales at 53%@54c for No.
2; 50c for rejected, closing steady at 54®
54;.;,c, for No. 2. Rye quiet at sl,lB®
1,181.; for fresh receipts of No. 1, and $1,17
for go. 2. , Barley steady and quiet at
$1,80©1,81 for Nc. 2. Highwines firm
and steady at 90c. Provisions dull and
lower. Mess ,pork nominal at $31,50®
31,75. Lard dull and nominal at 173;®
18c. Balk meats in fair demand: dry
salted shoulders 12c buyers for March,
and 1234 c btTS - ers for April. Dressed
hogs quiet at $12®13; closing at 812®
12,50, dividing on 200 lbs. Live dulland a
shade easier at $9®9,62% for light to fair;
$10®10,50 for medium to good, and sll®
11,25 for extra assorted. "Receipts for the
past 48 hours-9,264 bbls flour, 34,930 bn
wheat, 68,915 bu corn, 29,12054 4 bu
bu rye, 862 bu barley, 2, ho Ship.
ments--12,071 bbls flour, 24,368 bu wheat,
4,566 bu corn, 11,708 bu oats, 4,377 learye,
rye, 1,560 bu barley, 3,299 hogs.
ST. LOINS, March 8.-Tobacco: nothing
doing. Cotton: low middlings sold at
27c. Hemp: new, undressed sold at $1,55
@1,60. Flour is dull and weak, with a
strong downward tendency; limited sales
of superfine were made at 55@5,65; ex
tra, $6; double extra. $6,50@7,25; treble
extra go fancy, $7,75®10,50. Wheat is
very dull for some grades; fair to choice
red fall sold at $1,40®1,75; strictly prime
white and fancy. red, $1,88®1,90; No. 2
spring sold at 13,1,26®1,30. Corn dull,
weak and drooping, with very little do
ing; mixed in bulk, 55@56c; delivered
in sack, 65®67c. Oats opened firm, but
closed dull and easier at 65®68c. Barley
steady and firm at $2,10®2,35 for choice
to fancy spring; $2,75 for choice fall.
Rye dull and buyers are holding off for
lowe prics; small sales of choice at
Whisky quiet and steady at 920.
Pork is very dull; order lots sold at $3l
@31,50. Bulk Meats are quiet and there
is not much offering; shoulders are
quoted at 12%c; clear rib sides, 16c; clear
sides, 16%c. Bacon: jobbing lots sold at
16%0 for clear rib sides; 18c for sugar
cured hams; shoulders are held •at 14c;
200 casks of clear sides sold at 17c. Lard
is nominal. Receipts were: flour, 4,600
bbls; wheat, 6,700 bush; corn, 4,500 bush;
oats, 5,500 bush; rye, 400 btish; barley,
CINCINNATI, March 8.-Flour dull;
family $6,50®6,75. Wheat a shade low
er; No. 1 red 51,53. Corn higher at 65®
660 for ear and shelled. Rye dull at $1,42
@1,43- Oats a shade lower, closing dull
at 66@67c for No. 1. Barley unchanged
sncL dull. Whisky in good demand;
sales 500 bbls at 71c. Cotton steady but
quiet, middling at 280. Mess Pork
'dull with no demand; it can be
for $31.50. There is abetter demand for
Lard, 700 tierces sold at 18c; holders now
ask 18%a, and but little offering under
the impression that prices are now about
reacting. Bulk Meats firmer; 12ge was
offered and refused for bulk shoulders;
sides held at 1444 c. Bacon ,firmer and
more doing; sales clear rib sides at 16®
16X,c; now held at 16140; clear sides sold
at 17c; rib 15%c; - shoulders held at
133;o, but did not sell at better than
13%c. Sugar Ouied hams-dull at 18®
19%0. Butter scarce and firm at 40®4.5c
for fresh. Sugar dull but unchanged.
Coffee steady at 22626 c. Gold 131;0my-
CLEVELAND, March 8.-Flour -City
made-410,50®10,75 for double extra
amber; 27,50®7,75 for double extra red
winter; $6,75@7,25 for extra red; country
tnade-$7,25®6,00 for double extra red
and amber; 56,50@7,25 for double extra
spring; $9,email@example.com for double' extra
white wheat. Buckwheat $B,OO. Wheat;
No. 1 red winter $1,50; sales of-o`ne-car
load of No. 2. do. at $1,42. Corn; sales of
three car loads at 67c. Oats; sales of one
car load at 61%c and 3 car loads at 62c.
Rye quiet "and neminal; held at $1,28©
1,30 for No. 1; No. 2 $1,250.1,27. Barley
nominal and held firm, at $2,15@2,20 for
No. 1 Canada and 52,00@2,05 for No. 2
State. petroleum; there is more in
quiry and the market is firmer amf
prices unchanged; refined held at 32 1 40
33c for large lots; trade lots, advanced
MILWAUKEE, March B.—EvENtNo RE. 1 1 Moo)
PORT.—Flottr more active, a shade lower; Clot
00@a choice Wis- blor
choice-Minnesota $6,00@6,10;‘,.—._ . . _
cousin and. lowa 0,50; medium $5,00@ Adams &kustin; 5 cars limestone, Sho.
5,25. Wheat firm, $1,13; : 1 for No, 1, and enberger - Blair: 320 bbls oil, Jas. Wil
-81,08% for No. 2.1 Oats weaker, 53c for kins, 108 ( o do, Fisher it Bro.
No. 2. Corn quiet and unchanged, 55@ ,' 1 Pri-rsa RGH AND CONNELLSVILLE
57c. New rye quiet, unchanged. Barley RAILROA , March 8.-50 bbls whisky.
unchanged. Provisions quiet, unchang- Keil &Ri chart; _7 bgs \ feed, McNish &
ed. Dressed hciga dull, i512,00@12,50. Butler; 15 bbls charcoal; Wm Millar &
Receipts-2,000 bbls flour, 31,000 bushels Co; 201 bo es window glass, Michaels R,
wheat, 2,000 bushels oats, 4,000 bushels Ac Co; 255 bdi ' s sheet iron, W. J. Arm
corn, 1,000 bushels rye, 2,000 bushels bar- strong. .
ley, and.-300 dressed hogs. Shipments ~
I'ENNSY VANI I A. CENTRAL RAILROAD ,
—3OO bbls flour, 2,000 bushels wheat, 50 blarch 8. 50 bbls ti r, T W Perry; 15
bbls and 150 tierces pork. • hides and 1 bbl tallow, W Flacons it Son;
PHILADELPHIA, March B.—Flour dull; 4 bgs Clot er Seed, R Robison & Co; 1 bbl
common drooping; sales 1260 bbls North- maple su ar, Smith, Johnston & Co.
western extra-family at 1i16,75Q7,50; Ohio, '
$8,00R9,00; fancy, Z10,00€.012,00. Wheat
dull and declined sc; red, 81,6501,70;
white, 81,90@2,10. Rye steady. Corn
dull and drooping; sales 2,000 bus yellow
at 95c. Oats steady at 74©76c for west
ern. Petroleum unchanged. Whisky
dull at 97c 881,00.
LOUISVILLE, March B:Tobaced; sales
of 44 hhds lugs to old culling at 85,0 0 @
22,00. Cotton 275 c. Mess Pork 531,60.
Lard 18 . :1,:c. Bacon; shoulders 14c, clear
rib sides 10Nc, clear sides 17!.f.c. Bulk
Meats, shoulders 13c, clear rib shies 16c,
clear-sides 16 1 ,.;,c, all packed. Flour 65,50
, a 6,00. Wheat 131,45C)1,5.5. Oats 62605 c.
Corn 62g63c. Bye 51,4561,46. Whisky
BALTIMORE, March B.—Flour quiet IS / 14
and steady; western superfine 85,50© Thati
6,00. Wheat firm; prime valley red $2,10 —Bee
(ii. 2.20. Corn firm; white 850187 c; yellow. Tt
88692 c. Oats dull at 80@83c. Rye frail
nominal. Mess Pork quiet 433. Bacon cent
in good demand; rib sides 17o; clear sides Ore ,
18,c; shoulders 15c. Hams 20@21c. Cali
Lard quiet at 20c. • Nes
- - - lie
• Live Stock Markets.
NEW YORE, March B.—Cattle Market -L- p a
Receipts for the week, 5,188 beeves, ft
218 sheep and lambs, 7,121 hogs; of t e the
receipts otheeves up to Saturday their)
were received at Commurdpaw 688,
West End 555, and at the National Yar 3 lea
1,943. The supply at the opening of the , -
week was light, aud
the cold weatii- Jul
er and favorable nes from western mar- afti
kets quotations are firm, prices rnlidg - -
from 15G.:17c; a few choice steers sold lit lar
171,,;©16 1 4 '; to-day's offerings compristd
1.200 head at CommunipaW, 2010 at We, t Yi
End and 9 a tbe-National lard'; the
market was moderately active and prices I ,
ruled firm at time of quotation; salbe Pil
poor to medium at 12g15e, medium to
fair steers at 15©16c, good steers and fat ~`"
oxen at 16!.. / 16:).;c, prime to extra steers
at 170)183c, and choice at 17,4 c; the ma
jority of sales were made at 14,11filild, Ott
the average price was 15%c; the poorest
cattle brought 12@13c. Sheep add
Lambs—in the early part of the week
there were arrivals of 7,121 head at Coal
munipaw, 2,078 at Bergen Hill, and 7,459
at Fortieth street; the feeling at the
beginning of the week was a little weak.
but the market a seedily regained
strength, and towards the close a slight cl
,vance was made on opening figures, the
prices ranging from 61 4 e -for pool buneh
sheep, and 9N•'c -for choice Canada
stock—most sales being 7©81,,c for fair
to good. and 9c for prime; stock to-dav
offering 2,000 at Communipaw, 2,000 at
Bergen Hill, and 2,000!at 40th street; the
market ruled firm for all grades. espe
cially prime, which are scarce. Sheere—
common to fair, 8@814,;c; premium, 8 1 4 c;
good to prime, 7®Bc; extra, 8e1.83.e;
lathlas nominal, with sales reported du
ring the week of 18,354 head. The mar
ket for swine ruled quiet and weak, and
feeling very much. unsettled at a very
heavy decline for live and dressed; to -day
offering a were 162 fresh hogs at 40th
street, and 730 at Communipaw, but
the market Was very slow and' prices
nominal; prime corn fed at 11.34'Etdlgc,
common to premium, 10 i,A 11%c, and
PHILADELPHIA, March B—Catfte Mar
ket.—Beef Cattle active and firmer; sales
1,583 bead at 10.GI0X,c for extra western
steers, B@)9;•6c for fair to good do, and 53
©7;4c, .gross, for common. Sheep un
changed; sales 6,000 head at 6©8 1 4c grbss.
Hogs dull; sales 2,500 head at t15C916,00
per cwt. net.
CHICAGO, March B.—Cattle Markq—
Beef cattle steady for upper grades, and
dull and easy for lower grades: $4,85®
5,75 for fair to good butchers; $6,123@
6,50 for good stockers, arid light ship
ping steers, and $7,25@8,25 for good to
extra choice shipping beeves.
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAIL
ROAD, March 8.-1 car rye, T Moore; 1
car bones, Seward & Campbell: 1 car
lumber, Fuller, Longbead & 13; 1 car do,
care B. S Ramsey; 2 cars 1 a ore, Mc-
Knight & Co; 5 i cars iron ore,Gray
Warm; 5 do do, N York; 5 do doShow:l-
berger B & Co; 1 car rye, Jas Graham &
Co; 1 car shoulders, Ido sides. 5 kogs
butter, 11 Robinson & Co; 100 bbls flour,
Schomaker & Langhenheim; 150 bbls
beans, 2do apples,
Voigt, M & Co; 2
grind stones, Park Bros; 2 bales hemp,
33 rolls capet, 1 parcel, McFarland & Co;
3 cases mdse, Jones 11 & Co; 5 bdls pa
per, Wincher, Hartman & Co; 4 bbls glass,
Mullin & Maloney; 5 do do, Agnews &
Wilcox;" 5 cases tobacco, Pretzfleld•Bros;
43 bdls handles, Logan, Gregg & Co; 1
S Fowler; 37 sacks rye, Dean &
Patterson; 13 .coils rope; Godfrey &
Clark; 2 s pipes, H H Collins; .2 kegs
butter. J J Petit; 1 bbl eggs; J Kenne
dy; 44 bbls molasses, SP ti river & Co;
124 do do, Knox & Orr; 8 bbls eggs; 1 do
t seed, care. Steel & Bro; 7 bbls eggs.
sacks rags, Means & Coffin; 4 bbls eggs,
1 cask, 1 box butter, Head & 1 4 11; f 2 bbls
dried peaches, 16 hf bbls butter; Van
Gorder & Co; 2 bbls dried peaches, Fris
bee, Johnson & Co; 12 doz brooms Me-
Elroy & Co. • -
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHI
OACR) RAILROAD, March B.—Bryan & Co.,
0 cars metal; J W Porter, 3do do.: Nim
ick, 16 do do; Coleman, Rabin & Co., 1 do
do; Zug & Co., 1 do do: Hagan & Court
ney, 11 bxa tobacco; W H Greif & Co., 6
kegs butter, 4 tubs do, 13 bbls apples; S A
English, 2 bbls oil; S Marvin, 25 bbls
flour; John White, Jr., 11' bags corn, 40
do oats; .H Gerwle & Co., 1 bale twine, 10
do tow; R.. O'Brien, 4 cars ice; S. Litch
field & Son, 3 do do; T A Jenkins. 810 bxs
cheese: W J Meek, 168 sks rye, 195 do
barley: Smith, Johnson , & Co., 7 sks ap
ples: Christy & Benham, 1 crate no, 16
sks do; C C Hussey. 2 lAN copper: Kline
& Co., 100 doz shovel handles; 13 Plialb,
27 green hides,'2l bbls grease; 11
2 bbls eggs; Arbuckle &, Co., 6 do do;
Haworth & Dilworth, 9 bdls brains, 2
bble eggs; Godfrey ,t Clark, 28 sits rags;
T Hare & Bro, 43 bdls spokes, 41 do hubs,
N 0 Clark,
22 do fellows; J M Carson & Co, 10 bales
hops: 0 H Allorton, 1 car hay;
200 bbls flour; T C Jenkins, boo do do; op
sks do; .1 11 Canfield, 10 half bbls butter;
D Wallace, 9 can; rye; Scott & bbls 100
ticks\ wheat; P Hanna & Co., 7 36 Pes
Co. 100 bbls our; C A
indse; S 13 Floyd & Co., 1 car do: Watt
40 mks do; li--Frecker, fl
16 do do;, P Duff &
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
IiTARCH 9, 1869
Son, 12 b els apples; W H Graff & Co., 18,
do'o, 5 de eider; P Kolbecker, 5 do do:
H Rea, Jr , 5 do do; Voight, Mahood &
Co. ! sdot o; Atwell, Lee 6, - .1 Co., 7 kegs
lord; 3 C uffuen & Co., 20 bbls bottles.
• ALL'EG ENY VALLEY liatarateran ,
March 8. '. 80 Ws oil. Lockhart, Fret
Co; 1 car etal, H. Woodsides; 3 lit bbls
herring, att, Lang &Co; 37 sks corn, H
Schwan; sks corn,
W McKee & Son; 90
sks oats, 3 do rye, Scott & Gisal; 75 do
T.' Keil & Ritchart: 1 car metal, John
(rhea ; 2 do do, McKnight, Porter &
' do o, Lyon; Shorb & Co; 12. bdls
is, ees, Graff & Dull; 10 saeliitye,
ther is about stationary at this
point wit • llnee and a half feet in the
channel y the Monongahela marks last
evening,. The weather has moderated
somewhat and the ladication% last even
ing were) equally faiorable for rain or
The Julia No. 2, for Zanesville, is the
only arrival we hiS45 to report. She de_
parts again today, at 4 r. y.
he P rkersburg packet Grey Eagle,
aid u • at Rochester, foal: the late
,nam from Nashville, is laid up at
he *Bowing 'boats are receiving
ght .r the points named but will not
Ltur • out until there is a riste: R. C.
)yr f.r Cincinnati and Louisville;
neli for Nashville; Bellevernon for
iv 0 cans: Silver Lake No: 4, for,Al
- M • • gie Hays for. St. Louis; and-Sal.
and lessenger for Missouri Elver.
rho t . yard, is the regular packet for
rker burg to-day, but it is not likely
it sla will be able to get up, owing to
3 loy. water.
—Th • tug Nettie !Jones has been re
—Th Mollie Hamhleton ran into 'the
iliaat Hickman, and damaged her
,erg ands considerably. ~
—T e Government lost a million dol
e' 1 orth of property last year by the
'kit •of steamboats on the Missouri
Iguipnts were rendered at St.
ni Thursday, iu favor of R. Mitch.
& 'O., for $3,611, and Geo. Price A:
, a ainst the steamer :magnolia. for
ur fished the boat. A, motion for
eiy LAI was filed.
—The safe of the Mittie Stevens has
been recovered and turned over to the
inSurauce agents at Shreveport. It sup
poised to contain a large sum of money.
II .to the Pith inst. 33 bodies had been
recovered from the wreck and buried.
—The St. Louis Republican. of Friday
sacs: Captain Tom Itea's new steamer,
Silver Bow, is due to-day. She is said to
have one of the best trips that ever came
out of the Ohio. She goes to Omaha, and
on her return will load for Benton
Captain G. W. Ebert's new sternwheel
steamer, Mollie Eberi, made her first
appearance at the St. Louis wharf NTS.
terday morning. (She appears to be a
tine specimen of marine architecture.
—The Vicksburg Times says : A pas
senger by the Pargoud on her last trip
down held a watch over her from
Fort Adams to Red River landing. Re
sult—ll;_ mites in 274 minutes. Pas
sengers who can retain their breatlh at
this rate of speed will get ready to leave
by this renowned packet to-morrow
evening. The Arkansas "stumped her
toe" a short distance below the city; and
was here all day yesterday repairing.
We understand that it was her stem that
—The attention of steamboatmen is di
rected to the following acts of Congress
regulating the :carrying of combustible
material : And be it further cliaceed, That
Cotton,' hempchay, straw, or other easily
ignitable commodity, shall not be car
ried on the deck or guard of any steamer
carrying passengers, except on ferry
boats crossing rivers, and then 'only on
the sterns of such boats, unless the same
shall be protected by a -complete and
suitable covering of canvass or other
other proper material, to prevent igni
tion from sparks, under a penalty of one
tindred_ dollars for, each offense. Nor
shall coal. oil or crude petroleum . be
hereafter carried on such steamers, ex
cept on the decks or guards thereof, or
in open holds where a free circulation of
"air is secured, and at such distance from
the furnaces or fire as may be prescribed
Iby any supervisors (supervising), in
spector or any local board of inspectors.
\ River. and Weather.
LOUISVILLE, March B.—River falling,
with aix feet of water, in the canal.
Weather cloudy and very wet.
WILLIAM MILLER & CO.,
Nos. •221 and 223 Liberty Street.
Corner of Irwin, now offer to the trade at low
Prime New Crop New Orleans Sugar and
Porto Rico, Cuba and English Island Snort.
New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore ' Ra
Golden r Loverings. lirmips, ptuart's,
-Adams , anti Long Island byrups.
Porto Rico. Cups anirEngliah Island Molasses.
Young Hyson. Japan, Imperial, 0 upowder
and Oditmg Teas.
Carolina and Bangoin Rice.
Java, Laguayra and lo Coffees. -
Tooacco: (Lard 011. Fish, Nalls, GI 5, Soaps,
Cotton 'Yarns, Ac., constantly on Lan'.
Fine Brandies,Wines an! z ljegars.
'Shenleh, Moselle. and Sparklin Iliock Wines
of Hamel & Co.. in bottles. -
Sparkling Moselle Settarsberg and Johantils
burg, I.loekheituer.'Burgundy, et e . ,
Brandenburg & Freres Fine Olive 011.
do do Clarets, imported In bottles.
Sparkling Cataw b a ottle.s.
M. Work & Sons'
Fine old Sherry, Madeira and Port Wines.
Free, Old Monongahela Bye Whiskies. purer'
do' Very bnperior Old Scotch ,do do.
Sole Agents for Moat & Chandon's Grand yin.
..rzonay and Sellery Champagne.
Brandies of our own beleet.on and warranted.
1 li•dts • •
PRDiIING INK 'WORK&
, C. E. ROBINSON,
M Alit'r• CTL'AEII Or
Blaek and Colored`Printing & Lithographic
INES, VARNISHES, &C.
Gray's Ferry Road and 83d Street,
FOR CAIRO .4ND ST.
LoviS.—Tbe splendid Passen
ARMENIA ..... . ..... CAPT. A. S. tiIIErIIERD,
leas . e for the store and intermediate ports
on It6l RISE.
JOBS Fr APE, ^r .
J. D. C'OLIA:aOIVOOD, Agents.
TON.V lLl -
Asplendid passen- • --- 7 -.
SILVER LAKE. ........ ......... Carr: TODD,
Will leave for the above and intermediate ports
on VIIIRSDA Y, Ilth inst.. at 4 P. Si.
For treight or passage apiny on board or to
J IL Ci1L1.1146W,,01.),
• JOHN FLACK, Agents.
wLOUIS.ND ST. jagrat
VoINTS ON THE 31 i-SOLT o I ItIVER. — Tne
fine pass nicer steamer MESSENGER, will leave
on the 1.51 h in.t. or the .hove ports.
For freignt or possage apply on boara. or to •
WIRIEST C 0..& •
GEORGE F. LEN RENS, at Rochester Wharf
Boa'. Agent. m 3
ALARK.SVII. LE j i agia
AN D ILLE.—The fine
—'CAMELIA Capt. JOSEPH LYTLE,
•s 11i tem.- tor the above and all intermediate
ports, on FIRST RISE.
For freight orp.ssage apply on loan], or to
ACE CULLINGWOOD,. Ageurs.
1...!0R EV A NSY I L LE; s i gEt
CAIRO AND .ST. LOWS.—
The flue passenger steamer. _
......... B. C. MAitn7r.
WPI leave for the above and intermedlste ports
on FlltsT RISE%
FOT frtiglit or passage apply OD board or to
FLACK & COLLLSOWt.rOD,
JAMES COLLO 5.
O. H. GlinlEST ‘4.. CO..
t' A. J. HASLETT; Agents.
VELLEVERNON Capt. .1. J. nAItitAII,JR.
Will leave 'or the above and Intermediate ports
uu FIRST ItIoE.
For freight or paage apply on board. or to •
FL ss AcK. eirTJANGWOOD ,
fe2l UHRittST S , CO., Agent.i.
V(011. KANSAS CITY,AgEt
jOSEPH AND 031A11...
—The splendid steamer
SALLIE Cant. T.'S. CatatorY.
Will leave for the above ports on Flllnr RISE.
For freight or pa , sage apply on board or to
JOHN FLACK, J. O. COLLINTWOOD.
tiItRIEST L I:O.. Agents. se'24
PAC K ET„—FOR GALENA
Al; A.N A Capt. ROBERT T 511EILW don,
Wilt commence loading for the above and all In
termediate points on te first o M For pa rtiarch, and will
go tnrongh without reshipping.
FLACK & COLLINGWOOD, Agents,
' fe72:e'97 or E. 1' IaRAX
PACKETIIie new ;a nd
'MINNEAPOLIS Capt. J. R. Ititonhs.
Wilt leave fur ST.: FALTL, about the lOtt. of
April. Lnd go through direct. This splendid
steamer offers v ry superior aceommonations for
pusengerb and stock. Forpa-ocularsculars apply to
FLAG & COLLINOWOOD. Ag_enis.
feff.:e9.3 • or R. C. Otta.Y.
FOR CIN INN ATI and lar ri t
Lou ISVI LE.--Tte tine pas
sengcr steamer ,
K. C. ORE) Cain T. B..WIIITTARZ3I,
Wil,.aVe fur the above ports on FlltaT Hits 4.
For freight or•passage apply on board or to
• JOHN FLACK.
J. D. COIAANUWOOD.
fe'.% G. H. GrIRIEST ,t CO.,Agents.
Marietta and Parkersburg Line.
Leave company's Whrf a Boat, foot of Wood
, .DAILY, AT 12 M.
TrESDATS AND FRLDATS,
BLYARD A. S. SNZPIIS.IM, Miner.
WEDNiSDATS AND SATUIIDAT6,
OBEY ...... L. L'IMNNAN, Master.
Freight will be received at all hours by
seas JAMBS COLLINS. Acent.
['WO I 0 100 te);ZO 0 atitti 11 fel
- - -
J. L. DILLINGERL A.X. STET - 124E0N
DILLINGER & - STEVENSON,
87 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa,
RECEIVE AND SELL
AU Shuts . of Country Produce,
MI orders for Merchandise promptly filed, at .
LOWEST market rates. Particular attention
given to the sale of Butter, Eggs, Cheese Dried
Fruits, Ac, We feel confident that we can givi
entire satisfaction, by making QUICK haLES and
PROMPT RETURNS, at lIIGIIEST MARKET riticss,
and therefore respectfully. solicit your consign
ments. All correspondence answered promptly:
Markingarriv Plates fumished free. Grain in
ESTABLISHED BY A.& T
tv RIMY, 1814.
W. 31. GORR'S,
No. 271 Liberty Street, •
(DIRECTLY OPP. - EAGLE HOTEL ' )
WATT, LANG & Co.,
Groceries Flour. Groin. Produce
Pro silvans, Fish, Cheese, Carbon
Nos. 1751 and 14 OOD STREET, nnoSa ear Lib
erty street. Pht 7 sbu W rgh. Pa. at.
KEIL & ItICHART,
AND DICALHILS fl
FLoIIII, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL FEED, &c
349 Liberty Si., Pittsburgh,
If. STEXL7c a. A. maw&
Al STEELE & SON,
111 ~Commission Merchants,
AND DIALEBE IN
FT....011:711, GRAM. PP..10 - 121, &o.
No. 95 OHIO STREET, near East Coreunon,
ALLEGHENY CITY. PA.
T J. BLANCHARD,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
, 395 PENN 13TREET.
FETZER & AIOISTRONG,
FORWARDING & 'COMMISSION MERORAIFFS,
For the sale of Flour, Orain, Bacon, Lard, Rut
ter, Seeds, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally;
No, .16 DiARKET STREET, corner of First,
Pittsburgh. • 1e22:611
IiITTLE, BAIRD & PATTON,
Whotussle Brocers, Commission Merchants
Dealers inProduce, Flour. Bacon, Cheese,
Fish, Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, °lass,
Cotton Yarns and all P'ltsburgh Manntactypres
generally. 1.12 and 1191 elecoND STREET,
JOllll 5U1PT0N......... A WALLACE.
lIIPTONS‘ WALLACE ,' Whole-
BALE 0 ROCERS AND PROD uOE DEAL-
No. 6 SIXTH STBSET. Prit3bura6.
JOlllf I. 1101J6E..RDW. 11013132.•.. WY. U. IiOUSE.
rrOHN I. HOUSE 841111.08.,
- amens to JOLTS I. HOUSE & CO. Winds
vain Grocers mad Commission lierchttets, Cor
ner of Smithfield sad NV I
"G4IIESII Fl9ll.—Benjamin Put-
PRESS still continues to till all city and cosn
try orders for
FRESH WHITE LAKE FISH, SALMON AND BASS•
Bend to No. 45 DIAMOND Id..klIKE,
lisrg or Ids old well known TWIN CITT
I:ITAND, Allegheny market ocaa
its h t.Lri viLL
On and after TUI 1.17. NoTern'.ier. 17th.
Not. trains will arrive and .I..Tzt-t irvai toe
Oe9cit corner of Grant and Water s::eet-1. st
Sfsii td and from trII.IOP.-
town 7:00 A. M. 6:00 r.
McKeesport Accomdt'n 11:00 A. x. ia•ua r.
Ex. to and from llnt'n• 3:00 r. x. 10: a,
West Newton Accoui'd 4:30 P. x. 1.:35 A. M.
Erldtlo6oB ACCollidt:Pt. 6:15 P. M. 7:50 P. M.
Night Ac. toMcli , sport.lo:3ll P. M. 6:45 A. ni
Bianday Chtrch Train to,
and from West Newton 1:00 P. m.10:00 A.
For tickets ;play t 3
J. R. BIRO, Agee,:
W. B. STOUT, Superintendent. no=
ALLEGHENY VALLEY HAILHOAD,
On and after MONDAY, November Oth, 1668,
TWO TRAINS DAILY will leave Pittsburgh
Station, corner of Eleventh and Pike streets for
Franklin, 011!City, Buffalo, and all points to the
lIILEAvE rrnsariton. rirrsniraou
Mail ...... 7:15 a m Mail 5:40 p na •
Express 7:10 p m Express - 6:30 am
Bradyda Works 3
let :00 p m.Brdyda Wo rkss-ilt Ac 10:30 a m
Accomd —.1.0:50 a m Accomodin. 8.20 a m
2d Soda Works . 2d Soda Works
Accomod i n. 5:00 p m Accomod'n. 13:10 pm•
Church Train leave Pittsburgh at 14'1 P. ia•
Arrive at Pittsburgh at 0:50 A. u.
Passengers taking express train have but
one chan cars between tsrgh l3cralo
and Oil Regions. Mall and Express Tialns stop
only at principal points. Mixed Way cud. Ac.
commodatiod trains stop at all stations.
THOMAS M RING, Asst. Snp't.
W. FOSTER HOPE. Ticket Agent. nog
LOUIS SAT T,SY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE
CHANGE OF TrmE.- - cm and after . ST- T N DAM
NOV. 22d, 1868, trains will leave and arrive at
Ukt Union Depot. as follows, rittsbergli tine:
• ' Depart. • Arrive:
Mall ..... 3:13 a. m. 12:13'a. M.
FIiEL ......... 10:13 a. Ta. 7:33 p. m.
Fast Express 2:58 p. m. 12:18 a. m.
Mixed Way • 5:43 a. 71. 6:43 p. m.
McDonald's Acen, No. 111:2g a.' in. 8:33 p.m.
Steubenville Accommod. 3:39 p.m.
MCDonald's Acc'n, No. 2..5;08 p. m. 3:18 P. in.
mar s_r. lc Express will leave daßy.
V 1 :13 P. MM. Mail will arrive daily,
The 10:13.a. m. Train leaves daily, tiundayii
e, cepted, and makes close connections NeW
ark to Zanesville and polars on lianduski
Mansfleld 1 Newark R. R.
B. F. SCULL, General Ticke F. cents
W. W. CARD, Sup't., Steubenville. (;:.:o.
PITTSBURGH, PORT WAYNE St CHICAGO
I. W. and CLEV;ELAND PITTSBURGH B. R.
From Dec. 20th, 1868, traits will leave !rota
and arrive at the Union Depot, north side, Pitts.;
burgh city time, as follow,:
Chicago Ex_.,..3:03 m Chicago 1 E rr4 x. " ...2: 13
Erie& Ygit3l'l7:2B a m 'Chicago Ex.. 11:55s
Cl..tWh•g3l'l6:2B a m ,IWheeling Ex 11:13 '
Chicago Ma11..6:58 a. m.Crestiine Mail 3;:53p;
Chicago:Ex.. 10:08 a m Chicago El. •• • . 4 : 38 21
C hicago ia'g "Ex 2:23 p m'Cloveland \Ex 4 , 10831,
C Ex.. 2:43 p !Erie it Tien Ex0:13)/
- e &Erie Ex4:53 p Wb`gEx6:s,
Depart/rots AtleghenV• Arrive tn llAghany,
N. Brigt`n Ac. 8:58 a m ,N. Brigt'n Ac • T:O3 am
Leetsdale 10:28 a " 8:28 am
11:58 a in New Castle "10:33 am
Rochester " 1:33 p m ,Leetsdale " 0:13 am
Leetsdale Acc.3:sB pm, " " 1:0g = I
...5:33 pm I N. Brigt"n " 2;43 p m
N. Brtgt , u " .6:28 p m,Leetsdale ,-" 4: 5 3 DM
Leetsdale "10:43 pm,-
" "• "lab ;us
Leetsdale Sun- ;Leetsdale Fun- m
day Church. 1:13 pm , dery't.hucch. 0:58 ani
WIT 2:43 p. m. Chicago Express leaves daily.
Jar 11:58 a. m. Chicago Expresa arrives daily.
der. P. R. MYERS, General Ticket Agent.
PENNST V A , =
NIA CENTRAL ItAILI _
ROAD. Onand after Nov. 38th. 1'468. Trains
will arrive at and depart from the Union Depot,
corner o: Washington and Liberty streets, au
Mail Train.... 1:30 am Day Express.. M:3O am
Fast Line..... 2.40 a mlWall's No. 5:30 am.
Wall's No. 6.30 a m Tralr 5:15 am
BrintonAcc'n. 1:50 a in i*Cincln'ti Ex 14:35 pm
Wall's. No. 2.. 8:50 a m Wall's N0.2..11:20 am
Cincinati Ex.9:40 mJohnstown Ac. 3:35 m
Aclos a a
Praddks Noll:2op p m
Baltimore Ex. 1.45 p mjPidia. Express 5:10 pm
Phila. Express 2 :05 pmf Wall's No. 3.. 5:20 pm
Wall's No. 3...1:30 p m !Wail's No. 4.. 6:15 pm
Braddocks No15:50 p Fast Line 1:50 pm
Wall's No. 4. 7:25 pm ;Wall's 11:50 pm
Way PaSSIVI" 10:20 pml •
The Church Train . leaves Walls Statmn. every
Flundarat 9:15 a. m., reaching Pitts...nigh at
10:00 a. tn. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at
12:50p. m and arrlt es at Walls Station at
3:00 p. m.
*Cincinnati Express leaves. ds..iy. An other
train s daily except Sunday.
For further information apply E to
W. H. BECWITH, Arent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as
some any risk for Baggage, ext-pt for wearingap •
pare, and limit their responsibility to One Ban
dit, Dollars in value. All Baggage exceeding
-that amount in valise will be at the risk of the
°wear, ur less taken by special contract.
EDWARD ri .
General Superintendent. Altoona, Pa.
PENNsr - Lvals•lA- 42. -:• •
PA.-LROAD.--On and Western ov. 22d, lti6S. the
a. senger Trains on. the Pennsylvania
Rat road will arrive at and depart frosts the
Feder.l Depot, Allegheny City. s follows:
Springd'e No 18:40 a m' Mall 7:00 am
Freeport No. 18:20 am, Freeport No. 9:15 am.
V.xpress .. , 10:40 a miSharpb , g Not 11:20 am
Sharpb•g N0.11:25 p m,Express ... , . . '2:45 pm
Freeport N0.24:00 proltipringd'e Not 3:BU pm
Mail 5:55 p min'eeport N0.25:20 pm
Springd'e N028:45 p mlSoringcl'e N027:1U pm.
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves Allegheny :Junction
ever) dunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. m. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City at 1:20 p. in. and arrive at Allegheny juncs -
tion at 3:45 p.
CO2lll322.lloll2l=rs—For sale In packages
of Twenty, between Allegheny. City, Chestnut
street. ilerr's Bennett, - Pine Creek, Etna and
Sharpsburs and good only on the trains stapiping
at Stations spe cited on tickets.
The trains leaving Atiegneny City at 7:00 a.
bermsake direct connection at Freepor withWal
' line of Stages for Butler and HannaLs tovra.
Through tickets may be purchased at Vas 001c2
No. 1 at Clair street. near the Buspenslcultridga.
Pittabur. h. and at the Depot. AU eghety,
For further information apply to -
JAMES LEFFERTS, Agent,
Federal Street Depots
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not
assume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing
apparel, and limit their responsibllity to One
Rundr , d Dollars in value. All baggage ex.
ceeding ti is amount In value will be at the risk Of
the owner. unless takan by special contract.
EDWARD id. W/LLLA.MS,
noM Suneriptentlent, Altoona. It s.
Q OIL 11 HILL LI ROUTE.
UNION PACIFIC RAILIVA,s,
The SHORTEST AND MOST RELIA
ROUTE from the EU% to all poLhts la
Waslailgt 6 n ,
New Mexico, Idaho,
Two' Trelrui leave'State Line and Lealrenworth
daiy. (SancLitAreepted,)on the-arrival of trams
of facia d from St. LOUIE. In coinni •
bat and St. Joe Railroad from Quiliol. mect•
at Lawrence, Topeka and ii , amego with
stas for all mints In liansa,s4 At_etl._orf
STATESd ol Ellsworth • with he ..uAiTE
EXpßEhtt cO3IF,A, 5 DAILY
LINE or owl:ILA-NV ouir., AND rsmixtss
DENVER; 6A-1-11' lAA-UFA
.40 points in the Territories"
4 ,,, d wtk ISANDESSON I S U ni on Bent' s
of 00A.,HESIOr Fort Union., Bent's Fort. Pass,
Al Sa n ta .
ie Val " 4 an Wilts in Ari.
sons And • 'Jew co.
vota the 'wean additions of rolling stook
and ecuipmeri. and the arrangements insde
Overland Transportation Lines
WWI Its western terminus, this road now offers •
,aleenaed facilities far the trortsccjasioa of
'relsht to the 'Car West.
Tickets for sale at all the princip al offices In
the United States and Commits
Be sure and ask for deists THE 910Ej
HILL BouT tr
r i lc RAILWAY..
ELITE...VS D A
General Freight and Tic lief. Ap