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WE • STOCK MARKETS
PENVA CENTRAL STOCK YAM*,
• WEDNESDAY, Aprll 21, VOW
The market has been quiet and dull
thoi far this week and today, Under the
influence of unfavorable advice* from
New. York, shippers were very shy anti
would-not take hold unless concession*
were made. Since the date of onr last
teport, however, there has been a very
itair volume of business, and included in
sthelples, were several pretty good *trod
; droves, taken fir shipment toNavi.York.
There has been no Philadelphia liven
here since late last fall, that market hay
leg been supplied mainly by the eastern
part of the State. We expect, however%
to see buyers from that point in this
market within the next few Iseeks,'as
they always fall back on Pittabu h
when the supply nearer home gives 0 t.
Compared with last week prices re
fully one-fourth, perhaps a half low r.
and it is probable that there will a
stilt farther decline before the close of
WEDNESDAY, April 14.—Holmes, Lail
erty & Co. for Blown to Jas. Martin 16,
weighing 20,700, at 734; same 'for same to
same, 14 weighing 14,700, at 63' 4 ; Thoman
to Rodgers 7, weighing 8,676, at 6,4;
Holmes, Litiferty & Co. for 'Webb to
• Thompton 18, weighing 20,825.
THVILSDAT, April 15.—Holmes, Laf. forty & Co. for Holmes & Pfleffer to Aull
43; Co. - 3CI, weighing 34,025, at 7,75; same
- :for Doud -to. Coldoller 2, weighing 1,950,
at 8; Orr & Williams for Potter - to Donald
87 > 'head mixed stock, at 5,50.5)6,70;
` Holmes, Lafferty dr Co. for Holmes &
Pfleffer to Kelly 31, weighing 35,000;
- Thompson to Beach & Bray 47, weighing
- 59,425; same to same 19, weighing 20,775.
• FRIDAY, April 16.-Moderweil to Don
- ald 27. weighing 40,950, at 734; same to
same 3, at 4734; Hunter & Co: to Beardsly
• -& Co. 32, weighing 41,056,1d - 6X.
• KierunzAvApril 17.-4:Strickler to Kelly
- 31 weighing 45,025, at 7,70; Lee to Beach
& Bray 32, weighing 44,625, at 834; same
•-• • to same, 66 weighing 83,150, at 74, 1 4'; same
to same 35, at 734; Hellowey to Gillett &
• Co. 43, weighing 58,100/ at 834; same to
,• same 48, weighing 63,310 at 8,25.
• MONDAY, April 19.—Holmes, Lafferty
• -a Co. for Webb to Beach & - Bray 48,
'weighing 64,675; same for same to same
3 38, weighing 47,200.
TUBSDA.Y, April 20.-Holmes, Lafferty,
&Lb. for Webb to Wiser, 18 weighing
...18,535, at-7; 'um e for Brown to Hines; 17-
. cows'at 7; Purcell to Stewart, 22 'weigh
:. ing 23,350, at 7; klier to same - 12 weigh-,
ing_l3,2oo, at =7. • •
WEDNESDAY, April 14:L4:ledges dc;
: 'Taylor for Solomon to Moses 18 weighing ,
14,100, at 7y 4 1 Sheinberg to Gillett's& Co.
61 weighing 80,959, at 834; Holaies, Laf-.
• forty & Co. for Thompson -16 Martin 52.
• weighing .59,575, at 730 same for 'Brown
to Martin 54 weighing 1.58,900047;Friend
•• to Moses 13 weighing 14,71K1, at 7; and 2'
'• btdla at 6; Hedges & Taylor 2, et TN: .
SHEEP—The Sheep market has ruled
steady since the date of our last •report*
't until to-day, when - under the influence
of unfavorable advioes from New York,
and alhir supply, the feeling Arai Weak,
sand it is probable that that there will be
:a decline within the next twenty-four
hours. Clipped Sheep may be quoted at
40534, and wooled at 6% to 73p@8i
though it takes something extra to bring
the outside quotations.
HOGS—The Hog market has been very
dull.thus far this week, and compared
.ivith last week, prices are fully half a
' Sent lower. We now quote Philadelphia.
Hoge at .101,.@)11 and ll:lrk:era at 934©934.
The arrivals do not appear to have been;
any larger •than, usual, but there has
been a . material: falling off in the de
.: mend, and ii.b3 this that gives the mar
ket. to ' use a common expression, a
black eye. It , is more,. thim likely that
_nearly all_who had Hogs. .on . sale this
week lOst money, as they were, no dodbt,
bought with last week's . ' prices in view.
The following live stock:. Was shipped
• -for Eastern markets from • Penna. Oen
' tral,Stock Yards, during the week end
. bag Apill 20111, 1869, as furnished by Mr.
J. IL Grhysora •
Caittle. Hofis. , '3htfinl. Horses
Wedneeday,.... 117- 1,717 4,777 30
- 2u4 4413 5,638 -46
.Friday, 1,281 3,202 2,282 47
Saturday,. 272 3.404 4539 32
...... 468 4,995 1,794 68
.:Tuesday, 630: 2,472 1,718 74
Total 2,972 17,203 17,746'.'297
• Totals of week •
preceeding... 2,638 13,535 16,708 138
• OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
WEDNEADA.T, April 21, 1889.
There is no improvement to note In the
oil business, and what is worse still, the
prospects for the future-are by no means
- -encouraging. - i,The ' market, although
'llrra enong,h so far as regards prices, sP
pears to be perfectly dead, and it is esti
mated that nearly two-thirds 01' our re
-fineries are standing idle; It Sio to be re
gretted, but such is, the fact, and there is
no disguising it.: .IVvrould appear that oil
can be delivered at the sea-board from
other points; 'Cheaper than *it esti from
Pittaburgh; 3 'whb3h is owing to the fact
that transportation Is chea and un
-.. lege there is ;-.A %remedy t yerixl and
, applied and; that,. too, very seen; ,- -Pitte- ,
burgh, instead of is:ending snit' Ai the
mosrpromineut pciintler manufactturlng
oil, ;have to - stand- in •*the (back
.-ground. The Penneybranis.-11allrtiad
4.lOmpany , has it in its. poWer to .trelleve
Fittsburghfrom its present einbstansing
conclitktn; by. , reducing freighUrOand
• thus Anablin4 ;r rednerAito ooMp : ite
.slth other:And dontinning the
-)3 • 3 • ,
.rr,':oll.l3DEur minket'!" iitdet Tont un- .
: , ehanged.;ll3potrOr, nellers option,' may
; grades& itc.ls fdr4oo4B andfirq
OW...gravity:mitts* gale of 1;110& bhls.4o
0416,:geller nest thirtylays at 15X, - - The
, demand, - ,both fbrpresent and future de. ,
/Meas. teatimes veryi'llizdtatt,i while
, the efterin_gsareillaht. • • •
- EFIFIRW—The- Refined - market'js
n clutetand'anehilitged. Bat it Singlertiale
reported,'-1500 bbls, buyer Until Augdati
. 88. April, is 'still quoted at 82* may
andluna atiat 7 1Lpril 'to !ably s 5 :, and
- aunt tcrDeastdber at 88.- Buyer, aliyear,
nominal at '.:3‘@)39.
/r) - I , namabirraci.iaLL
A.Erdlpse Winter. Imbricating Oil -40 c
Eclipse afachtnerr •' • _ 75e '
E.e• Ilpse Spindle A• '" gic
'3l6Kelvy Brd 3291bb1e refined to P
W 54 Ph ii t, l4 .2 o tilat a „
vingstbn-& - Bro.'" 'bb , refined to
to Wardeit:llPrifse 6.l.;:,
locktunti 'Fre* &Ca' 518 ` bills ref.; to , 1
':. - Warden Pr6vi'ar Co 'i'hiladeldhlp W. Et. , ChildOat, 50 Y4/14 14): 4 "
Tnitix & CO., Iknton: ,
Aladdin Olt bble tertOtaPen&
Pierce, Philadelphia. • • •
• Totid'shipnie4Up'Refined. , ••
litid'obi pm ui ter 1,12
„ 11,1_ snap, EAST • "'BOX • DIiQUEUE3
11 - 1 .t •Dilik&V•J J •
wonutson'Oli 'Ref. Co. bbls ref.
to Warden, Frew & Co., litladelphia.
Shipments Refined. 211
tint, Vont, April V , l.••="tton 'Without
itstAilsti ohattitot ages Of ibislO bates . at
*Ott - phlaytt for middling ttplands. Flour
ram i n a , 4,000 ttbl4l llOurtiull and heavy
at italk stiiiA of 675 this at *km
fAtitt for m.4%111110 State and western,
114,74011,i Ant o*t State, fa,11800,40 for
extra weikterti, ihtd,o4q7,oo tbr white wheat
extra, t5.7k1t7,10 air mount hoop Ohio,
r,ttottOtOti ter Oaths St. •Louis, and' 19,00
t 111,90 Mr good to choice; do closing
hcavv. a *tour heavy; sales LSO *tile
at 1.00uta,16, *kern meal, a lair request;
*ales' *0 bide at 11,38 for Jersey.
Brandywine nominal. Witiakey nom
anal at ON fir • western. Wheat re-
W 44101432 bus; wheat dull fbr spring,
and Winter amtree and firm; nice of
111%600 bus at #1.65(31,70 for white
hirales, SI,T2 fbr amber Miehiaan, 81,89
for *bite Michigan, $1,36®1,38 for No. 2
spring in store, chiefly $l,BB. Rye dull
and drooping; sales of 8W bbls at 11,34-
for western. Barley heavy; sales of
/ 1 900 bids Canada West on • • private
terms. Barley malt dull and quiet.
Corn; receipts, 28,013 bus; heavy and
lower, with sales of 44,000 bus at 80Q87e
for now mixed western in store, closing
at 810 for prime parcels, and 83@c40 for
old do in store and afloat. Oats; receipts
of 10,825 bus; without decided change,
with sales of 43,000 bus at 763.0 for west
ern in store, and 77,112)78c. for do. afloat.
Coal , -domestic salting at $5,00(g6,50
cargo ; foreign scarce and quiet. Leather
—.Hemlock sole iu moderattrequest at
unchanged Woes. Wool dun, with sales
of 130,000 lba at 48®52a fir domestic
deem, and 38©•18o Ibr pulled. Rice is
quiet. Coffee quiet. Sugar in moderate
request, with sake of 800 hhds Cuba at
1134®12c. Molasses dull.. Rope quiet
at B®lsc for American. Petroleum quiet
at 17y.0 for crone, and &234(5)3343 for re
fined tended. .Linseed Oil dull at $1,02
@1,03. Pork firmer and in fair demand;
sales of 185 bbla at $31,12©31,37- for new
830,75@31,00 for °id do., $•:5,75® @
•26,25 for prime, 128,50@28,75 ibr prime
mew . also, 500 bbls new mess, seller
May, at $31,25. Beef dull - and heavy.
with sales of 125 bole at 18@l6 for ne w
plain mess, sl2®lB fir new extra mesa.
Tierce Beef dull, sales of 15 tea at $22@28
for .prime mess, $25®30 for India mess.
Beef hams. steady; sales of 800 bbls at
826,00@2,00. Cut meats steady; sales of
225 •.pkgs; 1232@130 for shoulders; la@
• 1631 c for shoulders. Middles quiet; sales
of , 20 boxes long clear at. 17y,,c. Lard
quiet; sales of 126 tierces; 17%(018go for
,ateam, and 19@19y for kettle rendered.,
Butter• steady; 28®35sa for Ohio, - and 38
, 043 4 3 for State. Cheese firm, 13 ®23c.
Freights -to Liverpool dull; engagements
-per steamer of 7,550 bush •corn at 3d.
Spirits turpentine quiet at 47@480. Met
als—sheathing copper firm at 33; ingot
copper quiet and firm,23%®233.‘ for Bal
timore, and 2334 for Lake Superior, clots
- ing at 23@)24 for all -kinds. Pig iron firm,
with a fair demand, at 10,00®45,00 for
Scotch; 1137,00@142,00 for American;
barw i r c s l Uind Without important change
at 90,00 for refined English - and
American; sheet iron scarce and firm at
11%®13 in gold for Russia. Nails firm;
43f®5 for out, 6X@6% for clinch, and 26
WO for horseshoe.
Latest—Flour closed dull and s@loc
lower on , medium and common grades.
Wheat dull and declining for spring, and
quiet and steady for winter. Rye dull at
$1,63@1,65 for western. Oats steady at
76%.f0r western in store. Corn dull and
heavy at 86@8lo for new mixed western,
and 82@84 for old mixed western in store
and delivered. Pork quiet and steady at
131,25 for new meas. cash and regular.
Beef dull and unchanged. Cut Meats
nominal. Bacon quiet and steady. Lard
dull at. 188@18% for - fair to prime steam.
Eggs dull at 38®20.
Ciumseio, April 2L—Flour market
dull, but not more active than yesterday;
ptiteg;' however, are without material
change, sales of , spring extras being
made at $5010@5,50@6,121 , and spring
superfine at 54,50. Wheat—there is firm
er feeling lathe market. and prices have
slightly advanced; sales No. 1 spring at
$1,12@1,18, and No. 2 at 11,0334@1,041;
closing at iii,08, 1 4®1,04. Corn—market un
settled, but fairly active, both for
cost and future delivery, but without ma
terial change in values for future deliv
ery. No. 1 sold at 68% buyer, and 57®
573¢ for seller. May No, 2 sold at 55 for
buyer and 53%@54 for seller. Kay new
sold at 46@17' for buyer. .April
closing at 45%@46. Cash sales
in store were at 56@67 for No.
No. 1 Canal. Corn quiet; small sales of
N0...2 at 54, afloat. Oats dull; receipts
light, and holders firm; aales at 53@54;
closing at 583;©54 for No. 1. Rye is in
lair inquiry and prices 1(5)13,4' better;
sales at $1,17%@1,18%; closing at sl,lB®
1,1836. Battey dull and nominal,
with sellers at 11,50 for No. 2. High
wines are dull and neglected, pricesnom.
anal at 88®89. j Provisions, the market is
firmed and higher under a good demand
to till Eastern and Canadian orders. Mess
Pork closed at $30,50, and sold to the ex
tent of about 800 bbls at 530; also 400
bbls at $30,25, also 200 bbls at $30,50 cash,
and 500 bbls, seller June, at Pl. Lard
quiet Lbat firmer and quotable at
17 4 @lBc; sales 25 tierces No. 1 at
1 c; also sales 200;tes. steamed, seller
May, at 18c. Bulk meats active and stea
dy; the transactions inolnde 60.000 lbs
dry salted shoulders at 11%e, loose;
195,000 lbs do. at ll%ti loose; 190,000 lbw
do. at 'Milwaukee at 11%c packed ;
Sweet pickled '_ 'hams, quiet, bur
firm at laACilik; Sales of 100 tierces at
15%c. 'Freights Mill and weaker, char--
4ra at fina fox , ' wheat to Buffalo, Re •
ceipts-7,886 WMflour,•18,800 bus wheat,
19,800 bus corn 8,040' bus oats, 874 bus
rye. , Shiptilents--8,069 bbla flour, 75,365
bus wheat, 59,,880 bus morn, 13,283; bus
Oats, 2,198 bus '•••
Pit r ist AtiCife, — Vebaco o steady
and,' chars d.
ifelget MiP kik:T*o s W - ElemP,4 l o4
itedoipl to choice R944dred 'sold at,1a,30,
I ,m phobia ares4Kin derusw it $ 2 4 0 ,
' 2,45. 'pigtir, is 'deli and , unchanged;
Il l ee/6 4it u q' 4 0, 0 1,, if i .P 3 :94) Pairs'
$4, 5@3, dou 010114;75 1; treble
extratf7,lso442illeylWL w. heat firm
atal ifraaea illitbetter -.demand; fair
to strictly .prime Mt( Fall. 51440(§)1,70;
photos to 04,03! sl, l6 o49 4 iMin'ing Active,
choice, et: t‘Ao@ii,u, - ADA choke
at 114,14(41 ► ib.,, Corn firm but inactive
,With Ales. at , 614(k67p Atr new mixedand
yellow, mekac 1 58 .34®00 0 fort choice'
dgor Ln Costa eteadyr:Mithl good
emand "ZO 2 ® 6S °F . PBATIOY , steatlyrwith
sales at 1111,78(44,90, for rime to ..choice
retire. r Rye steady: et $L,25@1,26.
key dull'at 870. Orcweries Arm isnd un
,chane. Sugar • is quoted at 1234Q14%c
•uhilans- s.,Molluieets , .unchanged-at '
15@850 plantation. -.Coffeart ranges
from 19@2,0%, t Zarklnietibut firm at $3l
for round lots; 11813‘08134 in a small
may. ,Bulk,maatateld, above the views I
of ,buyers; small-. sales cOuntryt,' pork-
Atoiuse l ehoulders, packed, ath12414 Itacon
quiet hut firmer with RalettOnOrder made I
at 0.3%,13,f0r, shoulders; ,166 16%e for'
clear rib; 17ov for clear sides. , lAtd held"
firm at 17,%©i8 <for 'tierce , with small
sales of keg..: . : The receipts, mere , Flonr,
8,700 bbls;: Wbeat, 8,000 bustu , Corn 9,700
bush; Oats, 10,200 bush; Barleyv, 2,400
bash; Rye, 809 bush,
CINCINNATI, April -21.44/Ott:lon' 41111. ,
Middlings ~ 2 7%. Low middlings 16W it '
aohaocts WI good , denaandr4ialea-4tf-0215
Ithds and boxes at $3,68@10,40. Flour
and grAin firm, and in fair demand, with
out change. Whiskey firm at 90. Pro-
. ..-. -. .. c 8 ~ x : wi~w~,'stYh ; r7'.ie.'~elSL ';'Zi9L'~e~'.:..~~:.'~°Yh~n'.:s.~- S3~ ;.r ~.
PiTramtot , 44zETTEi- , TIWRSDA Y;
Visions tittlet and firth at full rates: de
mand continues light =dim: much done;
100 bbla city mess sold at 31, which it
firmly held—Bulk meats held 12' for
shoulders; 4434 for sides; 1634 ,for clear
ribs, arid 153" Or eliar. 100.000 pounds
aold'at 14!‘ for sides and 16 for clear rib
aides delivered at. Indianapolis. flacon
held firmly at 133,4 for shouldersand 1634
@LT for clear rib and clear aides; de-
Vaud of Jobbing nature: sugar cured
hams sold at, 183 i for paoked and first
clam brands. Lard held UN; no da-
Inand. Butter very dull , and drooping;
fresh 33,@117; no dels@l 6. mand for tower gradea.
Eggs steady at abange in
seed; clover 116; 'Timothy 14,50, Sugar
steady: - Now Orleans 1334 @lb..' boffee
unchanged: sales, of 340 bags good at 211;
Prime 25. Linseed oil dull at $1,05W.0.
Lard oil $1,45(§11.50." Petroleum 31 q)44
for refined. , Gold 134 -buying. Mousy
market closes at .10®12.,per cont. Ea.
change, steady . at par to 56preusium buV
BithimonE;;April 21.—Flonr is more
active. with sales of western superfine at
85, 85 @6,25, do. extra, ,p3,so@s, and do.
family, sB,2sigir. Wheat is dull, with
"leg of °holt% red at $2,N).• Corn is dull,
with sales •of prime White, at 86@880,•and
yellow at 84g850. Oats; the market is
firm; at 75o•forprime heavV. Rye is dull.
at $1,40@1,45.. Mess Pork is firm at 132.
Bacon is firm i with sales of 'rib sides at
16,t4c, clear a i des 173.60, shoulders, 145ic,
and hams at 20@21c. - Lard is firm at
.Whisky.is firm at 920
Torun, April 2L Flour dull and un
changed. Wheat quiet; amber a shade
better at $1,41 for No. 1 red, 111,44 for No.
1 white Michigan, 41,85 for No. 2 'red.
Corn steady and • without material
change; No. 165 e, No. 2 62c, and no
grade 610. '
yellow lc lower at 67c. Oats
quiet and unchanged. with a small busi
ness at 63c. Rye dull. Barley, Canada
$2@2,16, Michigan $1,75.
LOUISVILLE, April 21.—Tobacco firm;
vales of 125 hhds, at $5,35 for lugs and
$13.50 for manufacturing leaf. Wheat
$1.45©1,55. Corn 68c. Oats 67©6130. Ray
-1120,50521,00. Flour 8 5 , 51 4 3 .00. Mess
Pork 831,55 Lard 18, 1 4(4)18Xia. Baoon;
shoulders 13%c; clear rib sides
17c; clear sides 171.4 c. Bulk Meats;
shoulders 12%c; clear s ides 164 c. Whis
PRILMJEI4IIIA, April 2L—Flour very
much depressed and medium grades can
only be forced off at a reduction. Wheat
—prime held firmly; sales of 8,500 bush
of red at ff,1,60@1,751 amber 8/480(4)1,85.
Rye unchanged. Corn is In fair de
mand; mixed •weatern at 83@85c. Oats
—western.sells freely at 75. Petroleum
223‘012343 for crude; ,82,30 : for: refined.
Proyhdons and Whisky are unchanged.
MILWAIIKKA April 21.—Flour nomi
nally unchanged. Wheat weak and
lower at 81,1034 for. No. 1, and 41,0334 for
No. 2. Oats in fair; demand at 53%c for
No. 2. Corn quiet and steady at 540 for
new'Rye lower at 11,12 for No. 1. Bar
ley firm, with fair to: good at 1,11,firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freights dull and /ower, at 7c to Buffalo
and . 13c to Oswego. ~
CT EVE Aril 21.—Flonr market
dull and very!' le doing. Wheat—No.
1 - red winter held at $1,43; No. 2 do. 81,28.
Corn sales of I car at 70c. Oats—sales of
I car at 65c. Rye held at $1,25(41.30.
Petroleum quiet • and unchanged, but
firmer: refined 30®31c; for standard white
small lota to the retail trade 32®33c. •
Driaorr, April 21.—Wheat market
weaker; extra white at 81,75. No. 1 do. at
81.59. and No. 2at 11,354. Mill stuffs—
bran at $2O. coarse middlings at 822, and
fine do. at 027,50. Clover Seed advanced
,to 119,75 per btu& of 60 pounds.
Ss. Louis, April 20.-Cattle 3farket.—
Choice beeves are in demand, and prices
range from :B®7 • gross, Rogs are
mederately active, at SI.; ®lO.
FITTSRIIROR, FORT WAYNE it ' CHI
CAGO RAILROAD. April 21--1 car iron
ore, Hussey, Wells & Co; 1 car mill feed,
100 bbls flour, Shotnaker & Langenheim;
300 do do,owner; I car millfeed,ll Schnel
beck; 10 bag: crackers, C A Boucher; 5
bbls alcohol, B L Fahnestock; 15 do
spirits, F Everet; 15 eke rectifying coal,
Schmidt & Friday; 92_ pkgs hides, JII
Strain; .1 car potatoes, 32 bbla apples •30
bbls hominy, Volgt,'Mahood & Co; 50 bas
.cheese,') S Ddiworth it Co; 10 bills paper,
Godfrey & Clark; • 2 bbla onions; Carter,
McGrew &C0;.2 bbla. coffee, Strickler &
Morlege; 1 ear corn, Etitchoock, MeCreery
& Co;..ticar pipe r Weldon &Kelly; 12 bbls
apples, P Duff & Son; 7 pkgs butter, 24
bbls apples, W H Graff & Co; 12 bbls
apples, .1 A Graff;.3l eke rags, McElroy &
Co; 3 bblis tallow, JW-Dmpe; I oar bones,,
Seward & Emerson; - 2 hes sugar, 6 bbla
apples,.lB do cider, Volgt, - Mabood & Co;
13.belea twine, H Gerwig & Co; 80 eke
rags, Frazier & Metzger; 3 bibs eggs.
Woodworth& Dsvison; 33 sits rage, Go d•
frog & Clark; 6 pkgs tob, Weyman &Bon;
2 bbla eggs, J W B; 100 bbls flour, owner;
233 green hides, N Hoffstott; 2 cars
staves, M P Adams & Bro; 4 cars metal,
Bryan & Caughey; 4 do do, Superior
Mills; Ido do, Union Iron. 51111 s; 20 do
do. Nimick & CO. ,
P/TTSBOB.OII. CINCINNATI Arm ST.
LOUIS RAILROAD. April 21.-1 car
staves, M P Adams; 1 dodo, .W Hastings
pkgs sundries, /3 J Young; 10 tea, 10 hf
,bblaylo kgs lard, 25 tea hams, Watt,-L
Co; 2 bbls whiskey, J Bryer; 56 bdis
brooms, M'Elroy it Co; 100 bbls dour; H
M'Clure; 100, do do, Seghmeyer IT: , /00
do do. A Patten; 100 do do, T C JenkinS;
50:dodo. Duff A Son 400 eka do, Cleo.
Stewart: , 400 Nils paper,• F Schilling:72s
do do, M'Elroy.2oo.do felloes, 42410
• spokes, 67 ateelakedius,
• LaMar; i 3, bbls:'
;GU, 5., tea J ..Lippincott; 26,-tithe,
wink Bodhelm: it :Co; .5 toe hantaySdb
:beef, Sellers; Co; 50 bxe candles, Ar- •
buckles d; Coi Wake-barley, 101. di: pots.'
tames,: Meaner A. H; • SO do ,oats;
Sehleldm, &I do ,potatoes,'B do rye, .8 do
:oatai, Robb At Herron; 1 car kams;••
CLIMAIrn 'PiTtintwkOltt gait
leen Anril 21. Oar '"001:Iddea: a YOliftf" -
'M &Cbf 1 do doptlitiggviNeht U'Briertil
1 do dcl,:VanGotder et Ek V- de HY . 0re,,..
Heisev•GrBH &Mal; Fdeftd.oloo
'At Ckk: illei F ehifieef4'Burgmanteciit'lB.
-bdlB , svto, l Bl TTaleley;ll "bbsl un:9•3bd
~ 611i4ThiptitHobertion: 1 :ate iNidOei:3`,
LlEfibst la lroirbistie Dttffa t o tgybi'
IrtiringtonTlNl 'ciletteiL older. • J Xohtf' Xlo_
• bxit nbeesei:Watt,"Liingo&Co; 4 tiblir,'lB
lies scrap Jooo!‘4Ltiukhlin; frbdlo
frames,' tkrqd,"Mileity •Jr ;• 82 empty(
- oarboyeF VISYII'IIO do, Jab Irwin
Ataarommtr ' , viz AktiaiOAD,
April 21,-6f bls'reBn qll_,-. Lockhatt,
Omit:* Co; IGO. do Crude, R T LeOght •
.640 ; det,' Fisher :131.4),; 1 deities, Brepp
Wagner; de"."Ripe; VRetypelde; 1 •
bblepc4atnea,:ltinghtim,..*,: Laixiipcar •
Porter .:.&. 2.00. • 1 do
stones,ll4 . lll69l4'4:Bkcif; ~tionaer•
son. cot, G outs:litiacatoiie,. :113110exibpr-
ger t Btair 85 elie';ixita, • ll;ri bke t .&jco; :1
. 40d0 'Adel?* . & 10 Op rye,.
4142mostr. : BTATIOR4 April .21.-48 .
bble potatoes,. Rose & - Ewing; 1,13: roll6 - _
leather. Jae Calle_ry;49,akaoats, - Joseph
Craig; ga do. de l Myers; dct,, do, J'
, Belbergi,s bbiti aPavilli6Tti,t l l s *;!. I car.
Steel & Smoot cars metal, 6 do limestone,
Superior 'rein Co; 2 oars ore, Richer,'.
Harbaugh it Co.
.4, • 4.4.'
IMPORTS B RAILROAD
The river was falling slowly last even
-41111 with eight feet ten inches in the
channel by the Monongahela marks.
Weather stormy, and• considerably
colder, though, otherwise, pleasant. •
No arrivals to record aside from the
regular packets. The Lawrence from St.
Louis, and Kenton from Portsmouth are
both due here to-day. and the Glasgow
and Lorena will reach here to-rnorrow
or next day. , -
; The new steamer AuStralia, Capt. Dan
/Moore, will positively depart for :few
Orleans to-day, ancipas.sengers and ship
peril can rely on this boat going through.
Tile Glendale, Capt. Hare, will posi
tively leave for St. Louis and the Upper
Mississippi to-morrow: She is an excel
lent boat, and offers superior accommo
dations to passengers.
Capt. D. Z. Brickell, who has'been in
California some time on a visit to his
brother, is expected home shortly.
The R. C. Gray, Capt. Isaac Whittaker
Is tilling up steadily for Cincinnati and
Loilisville and will be the first boat out.
Capt• W. W. Martin has just reached
home after an extended tour through
the South. -
The ftellevernon, Capt. Darragh, Jr.;
is announced for St, Louis and St. Paul
forthwith. She is one of the best steam
ers comes to:thia port, and as we noted
yesterday, wherat comes to speed, she
is hard to beat; having recently made a
remirkably quick trip to New Orleans
The Mary Davage and Barges, Capt.
James Shedden, are announced to leave
for St. Louis to morrow.
—The Minneapolis was to have left St.
Louis for St. Paul, on Sunday last.
—The Great Republic and Leonidas
left New Orleans for St. Louis on last
—The Lorena, from St. Louis, left Citil
&wad for Pittsburgh on Monday.
—The Camelia, Pittsburgh to Nash
ville, passed by Cincinnati on Monday.
—Fears are entertained that the Mis
sissippi will go through ita banks at
East St. Louis into Cohokia Creek. The
current of the river has been turned that
way by the improvements made in the
St. Louis-waterworks at Eissers Point,
on the Missouri shore, and it strikes
with great force, and onlylacks one hun g
dred yards of going through to the
—Nsw ORLBANS I Apnl 19.—The
steamer Nina Simmes, from Bayou Sara
for New Orleans; struck a snag, above
Baton Rougue, on Saturday night, and
sunk in fifteen minutes. Every-body
was saved. - The boat and cargo, together
with the books and papers, are a total
loss. The boat was valued at #lO,OOO, and
insured for lfB,ooo.
—The Simmes was a little side-wheel
steamer, 200 feet in length. She was
built at New Albany (Indiana) before
the war, and belonged to the Bayou Sara
—The Glai - gow from Dnbuqe,left Cincin
nati for Pittsburgh on Monday. Pilots—
Marsh Hays and Tom Javens. Her offi
cers say that she did not cut the rates on
the Upper Mississippi, as reported by the
papers in that region.
—Capts. Bolinger and Symmes have
purchased from Capt. John Labarge the
steamer War Eagle, for 5 8 1500-
-Capt..Green B. MeDortald. of Louis
ville, has been eiected General Superin
tendent of the Mississippi Valley Navi
gation Company (De Haven's.)
—The Vicksburg and St. Louis packets
refuse to carry the mail between the
mouth of. White River and Vicksburg on
the old terms, and Capt. John Davis is
after the , contract.
—A. Louisville telegram under date of
Monday sacs: It was currently reported
on the streets that the Atlantic and Mis
sissippi Steamship Company is about to
change hands, and the company are lay
ing their boats up as fast as they arrive
at St. Louis. The Dexter came over to
the Portland wharf today to load for
New Orleans. The Mary Houston is
due on Thursday. .
By Telejirrapti ! yi the. P4teburgh Gazette.]
Lourisymia, April 21.—Tbe river ie
rising slimly; with nine feet two inchea
of water in} the canal. The weather is
clear and pleasant.
PROFESSIONAL : '
G W. De CAMP,
ATTORNEY 'AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
°Bice, No. 131 FOURTH AVENUE, Pitts-'
burgh, (formerly occupied by /lon. Walter 11.
Lowrie) will practice in the 11. 8. 'Circuit and
District Courts; In the State Supreme and all the
Courts of Allegheny county, and •make collec
tions in most or the adjacent counties. ja2S:d73
WM B. IIiEEPER,
ALDEEMAN AND inc-orkao JUSTICE OF
OFFICE, f 39 'FIFTH AVENUE.
•;Speolal attenti on trilv,en to conveyancing and
np. and gfoirti= "d = r lib ag rrol7l•4 l
and accurately. , • ,
vettap4e Jiaitfee nit Peitee s'aid Pollee We"-
trate, GRANT STREET. epjmlto Mier
Yletbetheli PITTSBURGH,' PA:•
• Deede. - Ronda../dortgages, Acknowledgments,
IlPobeltlenr, ;and • all Mega] Business ‘oltecnted
with- prose -ss and dispatch. , ague
, .1! ':AikiktuEußAlLitrir, •'!
zi4nwittroterriol'or THE ham' AND
t d r *Ltrarra STREIT, skßerßteips. ,
Damn, PIM Deeds, , Ronds,' Hort. !
E mu, Ao Atztedvne,ol .Deasllosaaad.all
RWROI ' '-atet!ussairith , tromnuteito' tad
• •Ttice oftheitto43,
_ . .
CONYtYAN Ell, REAL fiTATE AID
r RANCE' Alt=lr- • •
012302111filitlaT, tABT 1113111150HA3t:
flefolletsttoul"or itentl'sollatted and p roziapsfi at
wad e • g 6 - • mirit:yeo
omce. is Difmozid Btrel4,. .
• • topp4site the Cotut Flountl.)
•,:.4304,090.f0r 5 ,.. .7.; P ia PA.
;, c ; MlEW3lThigs
liar or **Mr and .
` 4 lo4.ootBitillati ri .
(Between ilbsity sad Pam itresta4
tlubril Prallaalv aitiadal ss. sant
i44VW-C4AWA- - ,
PRIL 22, 1809;-
KOH KEOILVEL J OBUR.A d dr i e
WEN PORT. ROCK "INLAND. PUI,TO s
CITY. LYONS. GALENA. DUBUQUE. Me-
GREGOR LA CROSSE. 'WINONA, REED'S
LANDING and nT. PAUL. - The new and splen
did passenger steamer,
BELLE VERNON Capt J. J. DARRAGH.
Will leave for the above and lukrmediate land•
loge on FRIDAY, the 23di at 4.• o'clock P.
H., For freight or passage aPply 4,12 bOat d or- to
GHttlEbT, MLR:VEY & Co, Agents.
The above toat, having a greater part of her
load engaged, will positivly leave as announced,
Prt "flung an opportunity for passer gers. partic
ularly those having families. seldom obtained
from no re. as this bout goes thro , lgh without ye-
SIIIPPIRR or transferring at ot. Louis. thereby
plact..g passengers at no inconvenience. and as
urisg them an Opportunity tor spetd and Com
fott rarely b
CAIRO AND Fa. Louis.
MARY DAVAGE AND BARGES,
Capt• JANESI SIIEDDON I
Will leave as above on ISA.TURDA.Y, 24th inst.,
at 4 r. m.
For (relight or passage apply on board or to •
apl9 CHARLES BARNES; Agent.
MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS;
OR MEMPHIS AND r
adiggFLEW ORLEANS—The steals
Will leave for the abort. and Intermediate Dore
on THURSDAY; Aorll 251 d. at 4r. N. rill
For Irelgnc or passage. appty ou hoard. or to
3IARTY.T TA,PARKE SBIIEG
Leaves Pittsburgh EVERY TYESD AY- 12 M,
Leaves Cincinnati EVERY FRIDAY-4 P.
The swift and sonerb Sidewbeel Steamer ST.
M.A.RYS, T. C. SWEENEY, Commander, will
leave as announced above. .
For Fieight Or Passage apply on hoard. or to
FLACK & COL LIKOWOOD. or
.COLLINa & BARNES, Agents.
N. B.—No Freight received on Tuesday 'after
11!7►. M.. mh29
FOR CINCINNATI and
LOUISVILLE.—The steamer, siiiarat
R. GRAY CAM. ISAAC WIRIMAXEII,
Will leave for the ahove points on FRIDAY,
the 23d inst.
eon GRRIEBT, BWRZNEY it; CO : , Agents.
aggrill6 1869• Adirlise
NORTHERN LINE PACKETS,
St. Louis .to Keokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
One of the splendid Sidewheel Steamers of this
Line will leave St. Louis da ly for.Neokuk, Msven
pert, Dubuque, Winona., Stillwater ann.St. Paul.
Through receipts for Freight and Passengers
wilt be given to all points oh the Upper
sissippl on steamers runnin4 from this port and
connecting with the Northern Line Packete at
St, Loult, thus enabling Consignees to get their
Freight through witnont delay and at lowest
rates.; Apply to JOHN IIL ACK,
J. D. COLLI Gwoon,
Agents, or to
I • ' • R. C. GRAY.
iista:ra 91 Water steeet.
OR ~ ST. LOUIS. GA
LENA, DUBUQUE AND ST.
PAUL —The 114 W and elegant passenger packet,
GLENDALE .. "...,..Jolcv M. HAILE, CRS/lain,
Jes. MILLON. Clerk.
Will 11 aye for the above ports on. FRIDAY.
24(1 ' at
4-P. M. JOHN FLACK.
.Spa .1. D. COLL.INGWOOD. Agents.
piT.T fa BURGH,A d diZa
x ' iltsßul E ffinE. A a 11 1,.. P it i tnarir , a wharf
dally at 12 31, WED
NESDAYS Ind SATURDAYS,
ultra 'LABIA-az .. L. Brut2maN. Master.
be reeetved at
l all emus by
• JANES S. •
, r "FLACK COLLINGWOOD,
To LtylonpooL AND
TEIZINNIAN Melt. STEADISIIIPS.
Numbering sixteen Brst-class vessels, among
t, r ' . the celebrated .t •." •
CITY OF FAM__,us CITY OF arawyrP.
CITY OF BOXTON CITY :OF BALTIMORE,
Mil OF LONDON,
Bailing EVERY A.TURDAY, from - Pier 46,
e ti ni o rli t t nv o e u r; L : D Nlz t lrark...For oassage.or further
WILLulk. BINGHAM, .Jr,
Icrsiirra stlizsp, teniotticie
Fo s:0! PittAbur , h •
- .1 1
ROOFING SLATE OF VARIOUS
Qualities and Colors.
- Particular attention given toisyltig Slate and
repairing 9 ate roofs, For particulars and priees
,i, :..T.: S. SEWATEII,
. • No. 43 Seventh Avenne. •
lanai:VC PITTSBURGH. PA.
,ROCK THE BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
BOLD ONLY BY
LEMON •& WEISE.
*awed Fundture inant!facturus, &ee l
where may be'found full assortment 'et Par.
tor. Chamber and Kitchen Y urniture. das
; : • „,
s M. Ewa,
vneEmswitaz. Esi!woL :WARE .e.
office anti Warehtina. 803 LtliERTIr atlptET.
I _iirAlt °Mara aiontblir sista:dea so:
AIIDENERi' TAKE' NOTICE.
MAND. . on . the
—POE SALII.-wTbe - • FOURTEEN -- MILE
Allegheny: River. and now
need fot garde
purposes; Well Improved and
.111 a high ,sigta,v cultivation.; contallible 4o or
tiGacrels; now - o cited at a bargain. Call soon.
AA,„, Ail* other Piirms•ln good locations. ) Woolen
Borah. two Houses, and • twentY acres Of land
oath& Central Railroad.: Houses' anitLote !or
Sale and 'To-let in both cities. Poe further par.
lariats inquire of : ' , yeztakm • WARD.
' sas 1 0 Brant street. omxisito Cathedra.. '
' MAN I. 'on - :, - ,TEIE "'MEN
yam hold PATILONIiIiTICHETB,of the Ita
so„, 3d 1E OF WASIRLNOTON .11:19DAT.-
LIwN N are hereby in rmed that the - draw.
'en were made January.,29. 1889. sitdatiat a:tr
emors' tiring -Silt Coiforniation or thiritanibers
drawn, will be sent to Demos logere gred '"
their addressing the WASHINGTON MEDAL
LION PEN COMPANY. New York.
N. 11.—EllAD Tll2 TICIMS 07 TSUI Glit 81.•
, . •
- pz oos
~- -- 040- ; -'..,
ITTSBIIRGH & anium
CtINNFLLS V IL L E
On and alter TUESDAY, Noyember,
lade. trains will arrive at and depart front tas
Depot corner of grant and Water alewife, as
Mat I to sad fro= Ifni as-
town 700 A. W. 6:00 r.
McKeespOrtAccomdn2 ii:00 A. M. 2:05 P. 2.
Ex. to and:from ilnt'n. 3:00 P. sr. 10:10 A. Y..
West Newton Aceoned 4:30 Y. N. 8:35 A. x.
Braddock 's Accomdt'n. 6:16 P. 0. 7:50 P. 111
Night Ac. tolktoX , sport.lo:3o p. 0. 6:45 A. X
Sunday Church Tratn to
• and from West Newton 1:00 P. 2.10:00 A.
For tickets apply eo
E. M. RAYMOND, Agent
W. B. sToirr; Bnpenntendent. !Ice
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
On and after MONDAY, November 9th 19311,
TWO TRAINS DAILY will. leave Plttaburgb
Station, corner of Eleventh and Pike etreets fifirr
Oran Fin. Oilleity. Buffalo, and adtpointa. Mal
01.1AVSlitrliGH. laxEir9 IN 1P1TT881711,61
Mall • 7:15 a midall 5:40p sa
Eipre es 7:10 p nit - Express 6:30a nt •
Brady's B Ac 3:00 p m Snubs B Ac 10:30 ala
Ist Soda Works Soda Works r ' •
Accomd .. 10:50 am, _ Accomod qt. 8.90 a nit
9d Soda Works Rd Soda Works_ _ •
Accomo.Pn. 5:00 p Accomod ' n. 3:6091I1
Church Train leave Pittsburgh at 1:10 P. M.
Arrive at Pittsburgh at 9:50 A. M.
Passengers taking express train'_Eisve , tin
one change of cars between Pittsburgh Buffalo Oil Regions; ' Mail and'Express T rains atop
only at principal ,points. Mixed Wayllald• Ao.
commodatlod trains stop at all stations.
_ THOMAS M. KING, Assn.
W. FOSTER HOPE. Ticker Agent. • - in*
. LOMB RAILWAY.
PAR HANDLE ROM%
CHANGE OP TIME.—On and after BIIRSDAE.
N0v.2451(1, 1868, trains will leave and 'arrive
ttia Union Depot, as follows, Pittsburgh time: -
Depart. Anfe.A . ,
........ 3:13 a. m. 12:/3 a: as
Fes!, Line 1043 a. in.• 11.33 p. Lo;
Fart Express Wig" p.m.
Mixed Way 5:43 a.m. 6:43P. 111.
McDonald's Acc'n, No. 111:28 a. m. 8:33
Steubenville Accommod. 3:38 p.m. 9:48
McDonald's Aec'n, No. Y..5:08 p. m. 3;18 p.
•T511:58 P. Expresa will leave daily.
• 10:13 r. will arrive daily.
The 10:13 a. m. Train leaves daily, Snndayt
ei cepted, and makes close connections al New•
ark ro: Zanesville and points on Sandusky
Manstleld 6 Newark R. R.
S. F. SCULL, General Ticket - Agent.
W. W. CARD, Stun., Steubenville, Ohio. ,
PITTSBURGH. FORT WAYNE & CHICANO
F. W. and CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH Ft; R.
From Oec. 30t_ ,h 1868 , trains will leave from
and arrive at the Union Depot, north side; Pitts.
burgh city time, , pa follows: •
Chicago Ex, rr
..3:03 a m Chicago. Ex... 3:13
Erie & Ygia 11'17:2151 a m Chicago Ex_ .
. 11:49 -
cl. & Wleg SUBS:3B a m Wheeling Ex 11:1341
Chicago 1tall::6:53 am Crestline Mail 3:153p.
o ; ,1
Cbles,Ex..lo:ol3 a m Mosso Ex.,.. r 4:23pe
CI. & Wls)r EX 0:23 pn. everand Ex 4:011pg
Chicago Ex.- 243 pni tie & Ig'n Egli:Ally'
W'e & Erie Ex 4.113 pa. 1. &Wit'g Ex6:oStre
Depart/rola Aitiphemy. Arrive fa Aitafha
N. Brigt'n Ac • SAM a m N. Brigt"n Acilgia a
Leetsdale ".:10:28 a . BrigVn • :" 3011L'ai k
:11:58 aln - ew. Castle "10:33 an
Rochester " ' 1:33 pm Leetpdale " 9:13 au
Leetsdale Acc•3:slll pm 1 .• !. &Ws Tin
N. Brigt'n " .5:33 pm N. Brigt`n " o: 4 l3pga
N. Brigt`a ." AS:3Bp mt Leetsale , "'4:53 poi
Leetsdale .. lo:439ral - " " T: 1 8 Dm
Leetsdale Sun. Leetsdale Sun- -- is
day Church. 1:1 3 p m day church. 9:sltaas
9:430. m. Chicago Express leaves - daily,
nirl.l:sB a. m. Chi Express arrives daily.
de22 F. R. MYERS, general Ticket Meat.
AD. Orland after Nov, 280. 11588, Trains
will arrive at and depar t from the. Union Depot.
corner 0 Washington and Liberty •streets. sa
Mail Train.... 1:30 am'
Fast Line 9.40 e
Wails o. 1..6 AO a m
BrintonAcc , n. 7:50 a m '
Wall's. No. 2.. 8:50 a m
Cincinnati Ex:9:443 a m
Johnstown Ac10:35 am
Baltimore Ex. 1•45 p m
Phila. Express2:os pm
Wall , s N0._8... 1:30 p m
Braddocks No15:50 pm
Wail's No. 4. 7:95 oml
Way Paaan'r 10:90 p m •
The Church Train leaves Walla Station every
Sunday at 9:15 a. m. reaching Pittabodw
10:00 a. m. Return in g , leaym Plttalni at
op m m and arrives at waur Statio!t at
p . - ',.. •
!Cincinnati Entrees leaves daily. All :
um: s daily except Sunday. • '
For Butner inlbrmation apply tt qq ___
_ , • . W. H. BECKWITH, Agent.
'ThePennsylvtnia Railroad COriny will not as.
same any rist forßaggage,exce for wearinf i ati.
pare!, and li mit their resporudb tT to thie ow.
re. Dollarkin value. ll Baggage exceeding
that amount* in value will be at the riot of the
owner, troben tate++ by special contract.:; • -,
EDWARD ti. WII.L,
vior • E ST'E it N:awijimi •
8.L.L80A.D.-011 and after boy. 221di1888. 'the
- Ps, imager Trains on the 'Western Pennsylvania
Bader,n will, arrive at and • depart from - the
' Street Depot, Allegheny City. mt foliar':
Aeries. • _ _
Springd , e No18:40 am all 700 •in
Freeport. No.18:90 a m Fretport No. 19:18 'a is
Express 10:40 a m harplog No111:30 am
Sharpb , g N0.11:25 p m xpress.-....9:45'p1a
Freeport No. 24:00 p m ring,Pe No 13:20 pm
:Nail • - 5:55 pm eport N0.25:210 pm
Springd'e N028:45 I, m Snringd e No 27:/t/ p in
Aboye trains run daily except Sunder. - -
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junction
every dunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. in. Returning, leaves Alleg heny
City at 1:20p. tn. and arrive at Allegheny June. ,
lion at 3:40 y. m_. , _
COMMUTATION TICIZETS-FOr sale in tickages
of Twenty. between Allegheny City, hetitput
street, Herr's,"Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and.
Sharpsburg : and good only on the trains stopping
at Stations smelled on tickets.
The trains - leaving Alleguen_y City at..7:00 a.
m. make direct connection at Freeport withWal.
kers line of Stages forßutler and Hannalistown.
Through tickets may be purchased at the OHct
No. 1 St Clair stree t'near the Suspensionßridge,
Pittsbur.h. and• et e Depot: Allegheny. ~
For thither infrmstion_apply to
•• - ' JAMES LEFFERTS, Agent
Federal Street Depot.
The Western .Penntry lnania Railroad will not
iv same any risk for Baggage..except for wearing
apparel, and limit their - responsibility •to Ono
laiundrt d Dollars- in value. A.ll baggage ex..
eeeding . tit is amount In value willbe at thriiik, Of
the owner, unless taken by special contraot. ,
' • EDWARD H. WILLI
no Cienmal Sunerintendent. Altoona.
MON Mine fail:WA;
.70g SHOBTHET Jai) MOST, WILIAM
ROUTE from the East to all points bt . .
Colorado, Nevada, •
lal4) r itrA P Xrit4hP .
Arizona, - ',Washington;
New Mexico Idaho '
Two Tralzwleare State Line
satin (Sundays exoefited ? lon tbegrrirel and wins
'of Eadde Railroad -waives. - LOU,n and
bal and St. Joe Ealtroad, from tEileo7:
Inv: at Lawriniee, Topeka and 'Warne=
STATES EXPRESS ORREANI t Ii lea s
LIKEOF OVERLAND MAIL AND
COA.ORICO FOB - •
.• • .
DENVEIR4 SALT laLrgiih
AU Points in,the - Territories*
And eftttchaintitztaaws raps
of COACHES for /fort Union, Bent's Fort, Paaa•
and all points In Art..
sons and crew Mexico.
Wi eit lli
ul the reamand addlifonS Um of rolling stock
sa d tnent. _arranitementa mad.
w ith serponsftdettrerland TrWasportatloir WIGS
from its western tonialltull this road now ode=
trigßued facilities for the
sto the reeweet. . tr a
. 1 , 1";:15,u not
Tickets for Mb al all thei oineekla
the United Slated and Catualsa ' • r
,Be sure and ask for tickets yin THE lir
is. it wanaTini.
liessraiiralgett and 'Menet AS
WalPs No, I...6:arant
all Train sae ant
selneinni 8x Ll:Mt=
Wall's No. 2..11:20 am
Johnstown As. 8015 pm .
Phila. Express s:lllpan
Wall's Nrwa..ll:slo pm
Wall's No. 4..6:15 pm
I Fast Line' 7:60 pin