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OY➢IQE or PITTSBURGH GAzErni,
. - FILIDAT, May 7, 1869.
The markets generally continue mod
erately active, with a fair volume of bus
inesi in the aggregate, while in regard
to values, there are no important
ehanges. Our advises from Chicago,
last night, report an easier feelino in
Flour and Grain, with a slight deciine
all around. From this it would seem ,
that the climax has been reached and
that, in fact, there was no real or Sub
stantial cause for the little flurry which
prevailed there during the early part; of
the week. It is but, proper to rem k,
however, that the upward s meyem nt
there had little or no influence here; as
our people had no confidence in the; ad
vance being sustained for any length of
time, and in this they acted wisely. l It
was must prooablY brought about ) by
parties who were carrying large stocks;
and, of course, were interested in hav
ing higher prices. This attempt, at the
present writing,' has the , appearance of
being a failure, and unless something
lingual occurs, it is not likely that it
• ill be repeated, this season at least.
APPLES—SaIes at ss®B per bbl,,as to
quality . .
APPLE BUTTER-90(41 per gallon.
BUTTER—Is in fair demand at 35®40,
for good to prime and 42 for choice.
BEANS—DuII at 33®3,25.
CHEESE—SaIes of new Western Re-
Berne at 15®20, as to Quality, and New
York Goshen at 24®25.
CARBON 01L—le quoted In a jobbing
way at 29®30.
CORNMEAL—SI,SO®I,7S per cwt.
DRIED FRUIT —ls a little dull
but unchanged. Peaches, 14 for quar
ters, and lts®l9 for halves: Apples,
EGGS—Steady at 16®17.
FEATHERS—A since firmer, and we
- now quote live geese feathers at 80 to the
trade, and the usual advance in a retail
FLOUR—Is steady with a fair local de
mand wnile prices are unchanged. Spring
Wheat brands at $6,50@7,00, and. Winter
Wheat at . 57,50@8. Rye Flour. $7@7,25.
GRAlN—There is little or no Wheat
offering, and Winter may be quoted
steady at $1,50, for prime Red. Oats in
better supply, and the market is pot so
rampant ;t here is no change in prioes,how
ever, 74@i75, by the car hxtd, and strange
as it may appear, some dealers are sel
ling small lots In store at same figures.
The demand, however, is not so pressing,
since the advance, and it is generally be
lievesl that the top has been touched.
Ear Corn is selling on wharf and track, at
78@)80. and 83@85, in store, as to quality.
Shelled may be quoted at 75®78, for
white to prime yellow. Rye is selling at
$1,40®1,43. Batley is quoted at $1,70©
1,75 for prime Spring.
GROCERIES—The grocery market is
quiet and without important change.
Sugar's it is thought, have touched their
/owast poi ut,ao d as there is every prospect
of a big fruit cropi it is possible that now
may be the time for to lay in , supplies.
Following are the ruling quotations:
Spasms-8 H, 11; A A, 18; Havana,
email@example.com; Cuba, 13; Porto Rico. 133 @
14%; Demerara, 1534; New Orleans, but
little prime in market and sells readily
at 14%®15; lower grades, 13Q14; Refined,
Ex. C, 1.54; B, 15%; A, 16; Hard, 17.
MOLASSES—New Orleans of good qual
ity.ia in strong request and bring 85c;
Porto Rico, 65@75.
Sirmars—White Honey Drips,
Silver Drips, 95c; Jersey, $1,05; Golden
85; Amber, 75; Common, 55@75.
COFFEE—Fair to Good Rio, 20@2 ;
Prime, 2434@25; Choice, 26@2634.
RlCE—Carolina, 1C34 to 11c; Rangoon,
TEAS—Young Hyson,sl,lo to 1,85, G.
P.. 51,10 to 1,90. Im perial, $1,40 to
1,80. Oolong, 85 to $1,45. Son Chong, 90c
to $1.50. •
Srsmair—Pearl,•73,4; silver Gloss, 12c,
and Corn Starch, 12%c.
CONCENTRATED LYE—$B,OO per case.
Farrrrs—Layer Raisins, $3,50 per box;
Matt-do, $7,50; Prunes, 14c; - Currants
13c; Vallencia Raisins 1434.
• Smicars--,Cassis, 90o; Cloves, 45v, grain
Pepper, 38 Allspice, 83c; Nutmegs, $1,50.
nem Ira-12 3 5c; Shot, ;3,25 per bag.
Sosms---"Babbit's," 12c: ~O akely's,"
lie; Rosin, sto 7c; "Dobbin's," 15c;
Wax, 10c; Chem. Olive; 9c.
Csmimms—Mould, 18c; Star, 25c. -
Br CARR SODA—S7,OO per 100.
Fula—White Fish ga% per half bbl.
Lake Herring $4,25.
Tonsccii—Navy 67@70, 10's flat 67@70;
Spanish Roll 75's; Cut and Dry Ws 34's
and pkgs 28@30.
HAY—Baled is in good supply and
dull but unchanged; may be quoted on
wharf at s2s@2B—very choicti - might
HEMP—Sales at $215.
HOMINY—SS,7S@6 per bbl.
LARD. OIL—Is quoted at 81,20 for No.
2, and $1.50, No. 1.
MAPLE MOLASSES—SaIes in gallon
jugs at $1,50®1,75.
POTATOES—SaIe 2 cars reported at 55.
Small sales, in store, at 85 to 68@70.
PEANUTS—SaIes at 11 cts.
PROVISIONS—Bacon is quoted ,in a
jobbing way at 13%®14 for Shoulders;
16y 4 @18 for Ribbed and Clear Sides; and
18®19y.; for Plain and Sugar Cured
Hams. Lard in tierces, 19c, and in kegs
• and buckets, at 20c. Dried Beef, 20@2014.
bless Pork P1%@32.
SEEDS- : -Small sales of Clover Seed at
;9@9,50 and Timothy at $5,75(§6. Flax
Seed would command ;2,50.
SALTll.tay be quoted at $1,83®1,85
by the car load, and 11,95®2 for small
lots in store.
TALLOW—Ia quoted at 10%®10%, for
rendered, and Um Little doing. .
Dry Goods !Market.
Naw Your, May 7:—Dullness. and de-
Inanition are still the predominanf features
of the dry goods trade in all its branches,
and in order to effect sales or. close out
invoices of goods concessions had .to be
madrionficome class of, goods, every day
Cotton grain bags, which went up with
arcendation and the advance of the . raw
material, have been reduced to 42X0 for
Great - Fails- -and - Lewiston. -, A Rest,'
brown'Sheetings steady at 1512315%b for
thabost-inakes, and 14 . % for seconds like
the Roxbury. A finebrown
cottons, like Massachusetts 13 B, stead', at
180. E line at••lsc; do. E,
14;.d0 0 '
18; do N, 12. The Amoskeag
bleached Muslins are irregular in price;
ClafiLti & Co. sell them at 15%c; Stewart
a Co. charge 16c; Barnsley-Innis at 10%c;
Clinton C 12.43; Constitutional 11c; Fruit
of the Loom bring 18c; Utica; 85 Inches,
21c; do 3.3 inches 2234 c, and New York
• Mills at 25c; , Pepperell 10.4 • Shootings .
are steady -at- 87)0. In printed and
colored cottons there is no particular
• change to note apart from an invoice of
Amoskitag prints, in not very good
styles, whickare offered through a job-
Ding house at 10Ko, and another line of
- Wannicitta 'pfints; ate atrarad.aa klw
834o,which is below the cost ofProduotion,
111111 tite , e4ct is to rise theth as a lever to
break the vallie`of other gocids if possible.
orr, May 7.-Flour steady.
IVb espreeelptsridOttstmaltels extra at
0,78 i) "3 , 43. r %ditto - $1;58; 2,
ih8901,67 Noe 1 , artdAt, 411.4 e. -u9m
660:•ittfited. - Millatuffs
steady. litip,llo., I <moo. .come mtd.
. SY' ; 4 VW.i Ass.' $25(427.
;71 11,4 Itiopr busitsl.
k,L. 10 -
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PITTSBURGH IRON MARKET.
FRIDAY. May 7, 1869. s
The metal market during the week
has been very quiet and the demand has
been chiefly for small quantities for im
mediate consumption. The quantity
absorbed has been about equal to the
amount driving, so that there is no ac
cumulation of stobke. Anthracite met
als are finding a better market East than
here, and the heavy shipments in that
direction have a very noticeable effect on
the quantity arriving here. A lower
rate of freight' would doubtless do much
toward changing the current again in
this direction. No change in price or
terms is quoted, though a can for a
large ameunt would induce a slight con
DO lona Mottled •
20 " No. 1 Anthracite..
20 " N 0.2 "
50 " No. 3 "
No. 1 Foundry 44.00 4 mos
No. 3 4'• 41.00 4 moe
No, 3 " 40.00 cash
RT.tra Ciose G F'ge 39.00 oash
No. 1 Foundry 44.00 4 mos
No. 1 " 93.60 4 mos
No. 1 " 93.50 4 mos
No. 1 " 44.00 4 mos
No. 1 " 43.50 4.mos
10 , g No. 3 Forge 49,60 4 mos
BITUMINOUS COAL SMELTED FROM LANE
Com Forge reported S 6 0) 4 mos.
Mill Iron 37.504 mos
Med Close Grey loge 37.50 6 mos
44 " " 37.00 4 mos
Common Close Grey
arrive 86.75 4 mos
White 86.50 4 mos
Com (Rose Grey... 36.60 30 days
Med Grey Forge to
arrive 37.50 4 mos
100 " Open Grey Forge..... 33.00 5 mos
300 " No. 1 Grey 39.00 4 mos
300 Open Grey
400 Medium Grey deliv
ered at Furnace 36.00 5 mos
100 " Red Bank
30 " Junlabs P. T.
50 " Maranice Mo. 100.00 4 mos
300 " Extra Forge
40 '• 51.00 cash
30 " " " ...... 50.00 30 days
20 66 If
Markets by Telegraph.
NEW You, May T.—Cotton firm, with
sales 2,109 bales at 28%e for Middling
Uplands. Flour s®loo better on I low
grades; receipts of 12,074 bbla, With
sales 9,400 bbls at 55,70@6,00 for super-
fine State and western; 16,10®6,45 for
extra State; 118,100)7,00 for extra western;
$7,firstname.lastname@example.org for white wheat extra; 16,25®
7,50 for R. H. 0.; $7,00@8,50 for extra St.
Louis; 19@12 for good to choice do.;
closing quiet and steady. Rye Flour is
quiet; sales 250 bbis at 14,75®6,75. Corn
Meal in moderate request; sales of 100
labia tirandywine at 14,80. Whisky quiet
and firm. ' sales of 50 bbls at 97@98c for
western fret. Wheat; receipts, 17,229
bus; 1(312.c better for spring with a fair
export business doing; sales of 74,000 bus
at *1,39 for No. 3 spring in store, $1,45
1,48 for Noa 2 spring in store and dolly-
ered, latter price for very choice, and
$1,70 for white California. Rye quiet
and without decided change. Barley quiet
and drooping. Barley Malt nominal.
Corn heavy and lo better: receipts 22,620
bush; sales 58,000 bush at 89@900 for , old
mixed western in store, and 90@9201 for
new do. Oats firm- '
receipts 12,900; sales
28,000 bush at 87c for western in store,
and 88@89c for do afloat; also 85.000 bus
to arrive from Chicago at 85c, and 12,000
bush deliverable next Monday at 88}ic.
Rice fairly active at B%@9c for Carolina.
Coffee quiet. Sugar firm: 450 hhds at
1134@120 for Cuba, and 12®1255c for Por
to Rico. Molasses less active; 75 bbls of
New Orleans at 75@80c. Hops quiet at
6@l4c for American. Petroleum quiet
at 17%c for crude, and 330 for refined.
Linseed oil quiet at $1,02@1,0234. Spirits
Turpentine at 46@47c. Pork heavy and
lower; 1,950 bbls at 231@31,12 for new
mess; $30,87 for old do; $25,75®26 for
prime, and 128,25@29 for prime mess.
Beef is dull at 16c for new plain
mess; 12,518 c for new extra do. Tierce
Beef quiet at $20,50 per tierce, 120@20,00
for prime mess. and $26@32,00 for India
mess. Beef hams steady; sales 190 bbls
at $26@32,00. Cut meats steady; sales
200 pkgs at 123;@130 for shoulders, 15i
@leo for hams. Middles quiet; sales" 720
boxes at 1555 c for Cumberland cut, and
1654 c: for long cut hams, and long clear
on private terms. Lard quiet and steady;
sales 625 tierces at 16%©183ic for steam,
and 18g@1830 for kettle rendered. But
ter firm at 30@400 for Ohio, and 20©440
for State. Cheese firm at 10@23c. Freights
to Liverpool decidedly firmer; engage
ments of 40,000 bus wheat at 2y,@3d per
Latest.—Flour closed more active
and s@loc better on low grades. Wheat
is Jo better for spring, with a fair export.
demand. Rye is quiet and steady at
$1,31@1,32 for western. Oats dull at 863 i
@BM for western in store. Corn is dull
and heavy at 90@91a for new mixed
western, and 89@91c for old do in store
and afloat. Pork is quiet at $3l for new
me cash and regular. Beef dull and
unchanged. Cut meatsare in limited re
quest at steady pricee. Bacon is quiet
and unchanged. Lard is dull at 18©
18qc for fair to prime steam. Eggs are
steady at 19©20c.
*C.urowoo, May 7.—Eastern exchange
firm at par buying to 1.10 premium sell
ing. Flour in good demand and firmer,
10@150 higher, at ss@k6 for spring extra.
Wheat firm, No. 1 advanced 10, and sales
at 111,15@1,1834; No. 2 scarce and firm,
I%@2c higher, and sales at $1,12 1 4®
1,18,4; closing at $1.13@1,1334; sales since
'Change at $1 1231@ 1,13, seller for the
month. Corn less active and firmer, and
I,4@ms higher; sales of No. 1 at 6035®®
fiNcr, No. 2 at 57/@s9c, rejected at 55
55%0, new at 56 1 ' .5@67c; closing at 61V,,
61540 for No. 1 in store; market unchang
ed this afternoon. Oats very firm and
rale higher; sales of No. 2 at 61@61%c;
closing at 6155@61 0. Rye firmer. ' sales
of No. lat $1,16, No. 2 at $1,18@1,14X,
and-closing with buyers of No. 1 at 11,10.
Barley quiet and very firm; sales at $1,70
ig1,73 for No. 2, closing at 11,70; sales
sample lots at $1,email@example.com on track. High
winos quiet; sales at 910. New Orleans
MOlusses $1@1,05. Sugar 14@15550 for
oommon to choice., Provisions firm.
Mess Pork aative at $30,50®31,00, closing
at outside. Lard in fair demand and go
higher at 17V3117pi0, Sweet Pickled
Hams steady at 15e. Bulk Meats Will
the and held,. firmly. Freights firmer
and a shade higher at rio for oats, 5%0 for
corn, and Cle for wheatl to Buffalo. Re
coots for the past twenty-four hours
-6,761 bbls flour. 17.296 bush wheat, 55,575
bush corn, 25,699 bush ,Oats, 1,140 bush
rya, 1,617 bush barley.
ST. LOMB, May It --Taiwan steady With
a good feeling. Cotton:Aiddling is wpith
Nye. Hemp is unchangedrtindressed
aold•at 81,400155 Flour steady wad un
• cshanwed ; spring superfine , le* :0
2.1 1 111414,50; do.• at 'KA f 76; sattja ,at,
*t." • , ,70; doubles:Wei at MIMI; 11.17111-
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PITTSBURGH GAZE 'I7E : SATURDAY. MA! 8, 1889.
extra at $6,75Q8. Wheat firm at 51,50®
1,70 for prime to low choice $1,759
1,90 for choice to fancy; No. 1 spring, in
elevator, sold at $1,14, and some choice
in sacks brought $1,15Q1,16. Corn firm
and better; sales of white in bulk at 58c;
60340 for free in elevator;.64Q6Bc for
sacked. Oats firm and have adverted to
65Q680. Barley neglected and only sale
able at lower prices. Rye dull and droop
ing, small sales - at $1.25. •Whiaky: sales
at 89c, but most ,holdera demand 90c.
Groceries are quiet and unchanged.
Sugar: Lousiana common 12c; 12340
Ql3 for fair to good fair; 14 Qlsc for prime
to choice. Molasses easier at 70Q80c
for plantation. Coffee firm at 19Q200 for
common; 2450 for fair to good; 244@
240 for prime to choice. Provisions in
increased jobbing demand at previous
prices. Pork sells at $31Q31,25Q31,50
for original, heavy and extra heavy. Dry
salt shoulders packed sold at 11%c; loose
clear sides 143;0. Bacon—shoulders 13c;
clear rib sides 163;c; clear sides 17c; sugar
mitred hams 20c. Lard dull and nominal;
entail retail sales of choice at 180
for tierce; 19c for keg. , Receipts-3,400
bbls flour, 18,900 bu wheat, 2,300 bu corn,
4,500 bu oats, 600 bu rye, 600 hogs.
CINCINNATI, May 7.—Flour and Grain
unchanged in every respect. Cotton
fikm; middling. 27Q27340. Tobacco un
changed and firm at full rates; sales of
78 hhds at f4,99Q37,50. Whisky firm,
but quiet at 93c..1 Provisions unchanged
and firm, but the thimand is light. Mess
Pork $3l. Bulk Meats 12Q144c. Bacon,
135Q1634Q170 for shoulders, clear rib
and clear sides. Lard 18c. Sugar Cured
Hams 185190. Butter firm tor fresh
at 36@38c; other grades dull. Eggs ad
vanced to 16c. Cheese 16Q19c. Gro
ceries unchanged. Potatoes dull;. , the
market is overstocked; the best wilfrnot
bring over 400 per bushel on arrival, and
forced sales have been made as low as
300. No change in oil. Gold 137, buy
ing. Exchange steady, at par to 50 pre
mium buying and 1-10 premium selling.
Money pleutier and the market easy.
.837.50 4 mos
43.00 4 mos
. 42.00 4 Enos
.. 39.00 5 mos
LOUISVILLE, May 7.—Cotton quiet at
2510 for low middling, with sales. Flour
superfine $5,50. Corn—lowest at 63(4)70c
in bulk. Oats firm at 65G700. Bagging,
market quiet at $26 for D; Kentucky 524;
light weight at $l6. Cement steady at
51,25. Potatoes dull and nominal; sales
100 bu at 51,25 packed. Provisions—Mess
Pork $31,25(4)31,50. Bacon—shoulders at
13340; clear rib sides 163;o: clear sides
173(,c; fancy sugar cured hams 1734®
19c.. Lard at 18c for tierce; 19340 for keg.
Hay steady at $21(4)22 for No. 1 New Or
leans. Sugar 14(4)14340 for fully fair to
prime. New Orleans molasses 80c for
• prime; sorghum 52340. Rio Coffee 20@
250 for fair to prime and advancing. To
baccales 203 hhdirranging from $4,90
CLEVELAND, May 7.—Flour quiet and
steady; city made sells at $9159,25 for
treble extra white; $7,75 for douole extra
amber; $6,75@7 • for double extra red
winter; $l3 for extra red country made:
0,50@17,50 for dOuble extra red and am
ber; $6(44,75 for double extra spring:
$7,5009,50 for double extra white winter.
Wheat: No. 1 red winter is held at $1,50;
No. 2 do. $1,30. Corn: sales three cars of
No. lat 71c. Oats sell at 69c. Petroleum
quiet and unchanged; refined Is held at 30
@3lO in car lots; ,or standard white trade
lots 2@3c advance.
TOLEDO, May 7. —Flour steady. Wheat
closes a shade better, ruling fairly active
for amber at $1,43. White .Mich. regular
at $1;45. Corn steady; .No. 1 6734 c en the
spot, 07c. seller the last half month ; No.
2, 63340; yellow 720. Oats 1 cent lower ;
69c for Michigan. Rye unchanged.
Barley dull. Receipts, 3900 bbls. flour,
6500; bu. wheat, 8200 bu. corn, 15,400 bit..
oats, 300 bit. rye. Shipments, 2000 bbls.
flour, 81,000 bu. wheat, 16,800 bu. corn,
23,400 bu. oats, 300 bu. rye, 400 bu. barley.
MILWAUKEE, May 4.—Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat ansettled at $1,17
for No. 1, and 51,12 for No. 2. Oats
more active at 610 for No. 2. Corn en
tirely nominal. Rye nominal. Barley
quiet and steady, at $1,80@)1,85 for prime.
Grain freights quiet and unchanged. Re
ceipts: 1,000 bbli, flour, 33,000 bus wheat,
2,000• bus oats.±Shipments: 1,000 bbls
flour, 22,000 bus wheat, 18,000 bus oats.
37.00 30 days
37.50 4 mos
38.00 6 mos
51.50 A mos
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE At CHI
CAGO RAILROAD. May 7.—11 cars metal,
.Nimick. & Co; 4 do do, Bryan & caughey
3do corn, Scott & Gisal; 1 do do, Ran
ker, & Son; 1 do de, Hitchcock, M'C & Co
Ido mber, Nanz it Co; 100 bbls flour,
Culpt S; 14 pkgs apple butter, 17' bbls
apples, H Ern Jr; 16 pkgs, Voigt, M &
Cau; 1 car barley, Pier, Dannals & Co; 11
aka rags, Pitts Paper Co; 1250 doz han
dles, Lippincott & B; 13 eke potatoes,
Robison & Co; 8 bits cheese, Kirkpatrick
&Co; 8 do do, A t J Kerr; 14 sks rags,
Frazieri dr. Metzger; 60 do do, M Spratt; 1
car potatoes, Bricker 'it Co; 1 do do,
Bruggeman dr O'Brien; 29 ski; rags, God
frey & Clark; 4 rolls leather,
Son; 1 bbl tallow, Dilworth & Co; 1 car
oats, Culp & Shepard; 100 bbls flour,.
Watt, Lang & Co; 2 bbls eggs, 1 bx but
ter, L & J Blanchard.
tiLEVELAND AND fITTSEDR‘4It it AII -
ROAD May 5.-2 cars metal, Minh* &
Co; 5 cars blooms, John Moorhead; 1 car
potatoes ' Meanor & Harper; 2 do do, A A
Waters; 24 bbis, 40 sks do, 74 crocks ap
ple butter, Volgt, Mahood & Co; 1 car
barley, Carson & Co; 130 half bias her
ring, James Conner; 12 cars iron ore.
Shoenberger & Blair; 2 bbls apples, W J
Steel & Bro; 1 car shingles, Slack &
Sholes; 5 bbls eggs, 14 do apples, 5 pkgs
butter, W Only; 4 rolls leather, GN .
Hoffstott; 10 sks °ate, Dean & Patterson;
10 oks cider, J Kohen; 4 bbls eggs, W B
Moore; 35 sks rye, McHenry & Hood;
8 bits cheese, H Riddle; 6 do do,
Day & Co; 1 car oats, Keir& Ritchart; 1
car potatoes; Buggerman & O'Brien; 65
eke flaxseed, 84 do rye, M B Suydam; 84,
toe lard, .1 Lippincott; 3 bbls eggs, 1 keg'
.butter, fl Rea Jr; 2 hhds hams, George
PITTSBURGH CINCINNATI AND ST.
LOUIS RAILROAD. Mav 8.-8 bbls ap
ples,Volgt, M & Co; bdo do, 2 do eggs,
7 eke rage. F G Craighead; 17 do do,
Christy it B; 4 bbls meat, Ido butter,
Rankin & Bro; Bdo apples, 1 bg seed; J
A Graff; 10 eke potatoes, Cunningham &
M; 97 do do, Meanor & Harper; 1 car
rye, 1 do corn, J W Simpson; 2 do rye,
R Ptton; 1 do do, D Wallace; 4 tea beef,
Dal II &T; 2 do hams, E Hazleton; 10
do , Sellers & Co; Ibx shoulders, 2do
balm , J Lippincott; 6 pkgs produce,
Day & Co; 4 bble ego, J a Ar ms t rong:
lot d metal, J Park; 1 bx glycerine, G
A K lly.
A Loonsity VALLisr Rairatoso,
14a7.-7 bgs oats, T Donnelly; 13 do do
W erguson; 44 do do, Blaney & Moore;
oats CulpShepard; 1 car lime, D L
Rey olds; 24 eke potatoes, Meanor &
Ile7er; 19 do do, J D Strove; 85 do
Scott & Glsal; 1 car Little &
Bal 4; 4 ears iron, P, 0& S LR R 1 car
metal, Union Iron Mills; 1 do do, Rees,
Graff & Dull; 1 do do, J Moorhead; 5 do
limestone, Shoenberger & Blair 2do
stop , Henderson tit Co; 820 bbls oil,
Fisher & Bro.
ALLEGUENY STATION, May 7.-1 car
staviee, J M Hemphld; 2 care metal,
Lewis, Bailey & Dalzell; 1 do ore, Richey,
Harjzingh & Co; 18 eke rage, J B Jones; 4
bbl eggs, 1 pkg butter, It & A Carson;
27 b big app les , Owens et Kennedy; 4 ears
metal, 8 ang, Chalfant & Co; 100 bpi,'
limo, I* Mao% '/O 0 do do. HIPPIOY &
. Bee ert;ll , bble eggs, - J. Robert: . 110 bits
41 . t /8 6 4 .15 #74 1 11A ,sacra wheat, w
'm ' 09,4 VT al) .ndy A
lomittetlitikose, Lemon * weih4.
- • - 4-cs
The river continues to recede slowly
with six feet nine inches in the channel
by thelSionongaheht marks last evening.
Weather cloudy and cool with frequent
shows of rain.
The Wild Duck is the only transient
arrival we have to record, while the
Kenton, for Portsmouth, was the only
departure for below.
. The Camelia from Nashville an I R. C.
Gray from Louisville, are among the
. first boats due.
The Grey Eagle, Capt. C. L. Brennan,
is the regular packet for Parkersburg
to-day, leaving at noon.
The Messenger, Capt. Jesse Dean, is
filling up steadily for St. Lohis and the
Upper Mississippi, and will be the first
—THE DONALDSON CASE.—The case of
Capt. W. B. Donaldson, charged with
murder In the first degree, was called
for examination in the court of Criminal
Correction yesterday, and was dismissed
in that court, the grand jury hs ing
found a new indictment against the iris
oner. The principal witness, Ray, ; in
jail on a Similar charge.—St. Louis a em.
—The Emma No. 3, left Cincinnat for
Pittsburgh on. Wednesday with a fair
trip. Pilots—John Ferguson and .cra
tes Reno. -
—The Kate Putnam, Pittsburgh t
Louts, passed by Cincinnati on Wed
.oy. Pilots John Kirkpatrick
—The Louisville Courier-Journal
Wednesday says: The Lorena, in
tempting to land at the wharf yester.
Got to far out and lodged on the rock
remained there about three hours,
at last was compelled to lighten, wit
assistance of the :W. J. May. At
present stage of water, the channe
low Fourth street .is very narrow,
unless pilots know the harbor well
have great difficulty in keeping off
—The license'of Win. R. Wicks, as
engineer of • river steamers, has bee
yoked by the Local Inspectors at
vine, for interfering with and ohst
Ing the main safety valve of the Lec
—The St. Louis Democrat, of Tues 4
says: Hayden Lyon, late of the
patch, now operates the river de .;
ment of the Republican. Our Men .
M. Joel, a canny Scotchman, has,
learn, taken charge of the river de
ment of the Dispatch. We hope the
his new employment he will fin.
thorns, although he may reMember
they abounded in the "land of br
heath and shaggy wood." "
—A Little Rock (Ark.) pas
Chappy Honaton hasredeiierthe
pointment of master of a new Go'
ment snagboat to be employed in
Arkansas river. A good selection ai
much needed enterprise. We may,
look for the raising of the large nun
of wrecks lying, -between Napoleon
Fort Smith, and for the removal of r
well known and dangerous snags.
River and Weather. •
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
LOUISVILLE, May 7.—River rising
ten feet four inches in the Canal. W
clear in part and cool.
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS
F o ORLEANS,
6.1.1XE,.. 4 T0NT, - i t ßowN6 .t I
ILLE. Texas—l he new and staunch-built
i t , a ni .. r •
MATAMORA.S.Itio.SII ... . .. ...Capt.R. Dat.zgr.L,
Will leave as above on TBURIDAY, I e 20th
lust. _. •
Morn - tied. orpassage auply on board or to
lays V , LACK &C 4 01.1.1NtiNV4101.. Agents.
-)E, Olt SIO. LOUIS, GA.
LEN DUBUQUE, AND ST.
• ,‘ UL.—The ttne pabeenger steamer
MESSISNt3M.It Capt JESSE DEAN.
will leave for the above ports on SATURDAY.
May Bth, at 4-P. )t.
For freight or imassage apply oilboard. or to/
FLACK & COLIANGWOOD,
zaggia 1869- sairme
NORTIIEIRN• LINE PACKETS,
St. Louis to Keokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE FORM
One of the splendid Sidewheel Steamers of this
Line will leAve St. Louis da ly for Keokuk,Dtven
pert, Dubuque, Winona. Stillwater and St. Paul.
Through receipts for Freight and Passengers
will be given to all points oh the Upper kil-sis
sissippl on steamers running from this port and
connecting with the Northern Line Packets at
St, LOUIS, thus enabling Consignees to get their
Freight through without delay and at lowest
rates. Apply to JOHN FLACK,
J. O. COLLIMTWOOD,
ON AT Agents, or to
91 Water stmet.
110IPITTS IlUll GH,A s s i ir in g
WIIRTLING AND PAR
KERSBURG LINE.-.61211,VA Wharf
loot of W 0041 StraPl. daily at 12 M., WED
NESDAYS and SATURDAYS,
OKRA' ittA ... .. t; BILENVAN. Matter.
irelght will ben:eels-e
CO a at
LINS. all hours by
IPLAUK t UOLLINGWOOD,
VOIR WEIEIRLING. ----
-Leaves Pittsburgh EVERY TIIESD Y- IFA M,
Leaves Cincinnati EVERY rRIDAY-4 M.
The swill and ancerb Sidewheel Steamer ST.
1M ARTS, T. ci. SWEENEY, Commander.-will
leave as announced above. -
For Fielght or Passage apply on board, or to
FLACK & COLLINCIWOOD, or
COLLI.No & BARN ES., Agents.
N. B.—No Freight received on Tuesday after
'll A. M. mh29
LIVERPOOL AND . AM
TU INDIAN MAIL STEIANISRIPS.
Numberings stzteen tirst-olaas vessels, among
:i4VB 3 ?Pelas CITY OF ANTWEFP,
'CITY OF BOnTON CITY OF BALTIMOR,
ern ) OF LONDON,
ling. EVERY SATURDAY, from Pier 45,
144,rtti River, New York. For outage or further
inforumion anolv to
TO FIFTH BTRICE3',_ (Chronicle Building.
VolatiVolnnoillte. Ponf Pl4tohnr.T.
OALL EGAIENY INSURANCE
COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH. . •
ICE,No. 511111 0 TH STREET, Barri BLOCY.
Ts:mares against -all-kinds of Fire and Marina
.TOHN IRWIN. Jn.. 'President.
T. J. HOSKINSON, Vice President.
0 G. DONNELL, Secretary.
OAPT. WM. DEAN. General Agent.
JOllll/1"4 1 / 1 Jr., B. L. Fahnestock
T. J. Hoskinson, W. B. Everson.
C. G. Hussey, Robert Ji. Davis,
Harvey Childs, Francis Sellers,
Charles Rays, (lent. J. T. }Rockdale.
Cant. Wm. oven T. H. Nevin.
ROCK THE BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB
SOLD ONLY BY
LEMON & WEISE.
Pracikal ta r e Mca°llol44en,
i Wliate mat 6 alit& MU aseoetaislit 41'0.
.!P e t " ." 1:64. f8 ; 11 F eri a e "' s.
' TEE IRON (ITY :
RITUAL LIFE LNSURANCE CO.
Of Pen.nsylv i ania.
Office, 75 Federal St., Allegheny City.
Hon. JAMES L. HP.AHAM,I
Rev. J. B. CLARK. D. D..
Capt. R. 11013LNSON.
Rev. A. K. RILL,
Rev. b. H. NE sBIT.
W. A. ri NED. Cashier Allegheny Trust Co.
JACOB RUSH. Real itstste Agent,
SIMON fiztUM, Mayor of Allegheny,—
C. W. BEN N), Hatter, I
A. S. BELL. Atrorney-at-Law,.
D. L. FAA. T ERSON, Lumber Merchant,
I). SWOOnR, Insurance Agent.
Capt. ROBT. ROBINNON, President.
Rev. J. B. CLARK, D. D. Vice President,
JACOB RUSH, Secreta ry,
C. W. BENNY. Treasurer.'
. M. W. WHITE, MailluaL
DANIEL SWOCIER, Geng Agept.
This le a tome comnany. conducted on the mutual
Del:mit:nu ' each policy holder receiving unequal
share of the profits of the Company. Policies
will be issued on all the different plans of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an econOmi•
cal .ba,is will afford a safe Investment to each
policy holder, and thereby retain the money at
home to encourage home Industry. mhZ:g33
pt EN FRANKLIN
- OF ALLEGHENY, PA.
OFFICE IN FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANE
BUILDINGS, I •
NO. 41 01110 St.. Alleiglieny.-
A ROME COMPANY, managed by Directors
wet, icuown to the community, who trust by Aar
detain: to merit a share of your patronage. I
HENRY IRWIN •' President,
G. 0.1 EP, RIDDLE .... Secretazy.
Henry Irwin, • D. L. Patterson; Wm, Cooper,
Geo. R. Riddle, Jacob Franz, Gottlelb
Simon Drum, J. B. Smith, , Jacob Rosh,
NV, M. Stewart, Ch. P. Whiston, Joseph Craig,
Jos. Lautner, IH. J. Zinkanci, Jere. Holten.
R. E. HERON,
No. 22 Fifth Avenue. Second Floor,
. ; PITTSBURGH, PA.
Capital' All Paid. Up.
NI J.'lligley, H. W.Oliver, Jr, Capt.M.Baliey,
Dan , l Wallace, 11. Hartman, A. Chambers,
Jake Hill.. lll , Clisrk.m. Jas. M. Bailey.
Thomas Smith Jno.S. WUlock,
ROBE T 43. KING, President.
JNO. F. JENNINGS. Vice President.
Job: T. JOHNSTON, Secretary.
Capt. It. J. GRACE, Gen'l Agent.
Insures on Liberal Terms on all .Fire
,i and Marine . Risks. , •
Or. Federal St. and Diamond, Allegheny,
01Bee, In But SECOND NATIONAL BANK
W. W. MARTIN President,
OWN. R.., Vice President,
JAMES E. WraVENSON. Secretary.
John A. Myter, au. Lockhart.iJos. Myers.
has.L.Graham. Hobert Lea. C. C. Boyle,
Jno. Brown,Jr. George Gerst. 'Jacob h0pe. (.0.11 PV. lalams Jno. - Thompaon J. 3loNaughec
, , TERPRISE
. OF lITTSBILTROU, PA.,
00, No. 424 PENN"
(IN NATIONAL TIIUGT CO. BUILDING.)
Robe. Dickson, IRobt. Liddell,
G. Siedle. IC. Van Buren.
E. H. Myers, J. Ganfrwisch,
L. J. Blanchard, J. Weisser,
E. H. MYERS Pret
ROUT. DiCKSON. V'
BORT..T. GRIER, Tre!
fel9: J. J. ALBIETZ. Secre
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBURGH
OFFICE, N 07111734 WOOD STREET; BANE
0? COMMERCE BUILDING.*
This is a Home Company, and insures against
lost by Fire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER, President.
C. C. BOYLE, Vice President.
ROBF,RT PATRICK, Treasurer.
HUGH McELHENY. Secretary.'
Geo. IV Evans,
J. C. Lippe,
J. C. Fleiner,
A. Ammon. _
C. C. Boyle
Robert Patrick ,
Jae. H. Hopkins,
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO, OF PHILADELPHIA,
OFFICE, 431 k 437 CHESTNTIT ST., near iTII.
Charles iV. Bazaar, Mordecai H. Louis'
Tobias Wagner, Davie B. Brown,
Samuel Grant, Isaac Lea,
Jacobrge B. binith, Edward C. Dale,
'eb W. Richards, Georg Fales.
( CHARLES G. BANCHAR, Prestent.
EDW. C. DALE, Vice Preaiden .
W. C. STEELE, Becretary,pro I .
J. GARDNER. COFFI ,
North West corner Third and • Streets.
ESTABLISHED 1803. CASH CAPITAL PAID
UP KFTD INVESTED FUNDS EXCEED
ING $13,000,000 IN GOLD..
Insurance ',ulna. Fire effected on Houses and
Building., Goods, Wares and4Merchandise,
Steamboats, Ac. Foliates issued yable in gold
or currency. Aar United States ranch oMoe,
40 PINE STREET, New York.
All losses of the United States B l ranch will be
adjusted in New York.
J. It.RIOTAA.IIGITIMIN, Agellts
Ocoee, 67 FOURTH ai l RBJ6T. •
MR. McLAUGHLIN is also Agen i ibr the Man
hattan Life Insurance Company, selity79
PANT OP PITTSBURGH.
WM. P. HER B/ T. Secretary. -
CAPT. GEORGE MELD, General Agent.
011 ice, 9S Water street, Spang C0 .'. 00 Waren,
house, up stairs, Pittsburgh.
Will inzure against all kinds of and Ma.
Risks. A home Institution, m aged by Di
rectors who are well known to_ community,
mid who nr. determined by prcnnptitess and Liber
ality to maintain the character which they have
assumed, as offering the best protection** those
who desire to be insured.
Alexander Nimick , Jena II McCune ,
R. Miller, Jr., • Chas. . Clarke,
James M.CA Mei , . William S. I. &yank,
Alexander Speer, Josenttßirkpath= ,
Andrew Ackleu, phnitigen n er.
David M. Long, Wm, Morrison,
.. . nor,
PEOPLE. INNIUILINCE COM. ,
OFFICE, N.E. CORNER. WOOD A FIFTH 13Tel.
• Home Company, tak Ing pre and Morino Hiat t
Din.ls=llBt: I. _
Cap. John . ti
Jared Drub ,
Win Y. ang.
IO Seere N. Gen".lgl
John R. Park%
Capt. James Miler.
Wm. Van Kirks
P 'S I
• rtifiNa . V OARD
CAM JAB. R
NIA CENTRAL ram
D. On and after April 25th, 1509, Trains
will arrive at and depart from the Union Depot,
corner of Washington and Liberty streets, as
Mail Train.... 1:25 am "Day Express.. 2915 me
Fast Line 1.40 am Soutneni Ex.. 4:60 am
Wall's No. 1.. 6 20 am Wall's No. 1.. 6:3oam
BrintonAce'n. 1:50 am Mail Train...-. 8:15 am
Wall's N 0.2.. 5:50 am How , dAs No110:20. am
Cincinnati Ex.9:10 oCincin'ti Ex 12:30 pm
Johnstown Ac10:35 am Wail's No. 2..11:5/ as
How'd Ao Nol 1:10pm Johnstown Ao. 3:05 Pia
Pittsb , vh Ex. 1:30 pm Braddocks Ac. 3:40 p
Phila. Expresel:so pm Phila: Express4l:2op ,
Wall's N0.3...2:50 pm Walls No. 11.. 4:¢Opiia
Braddock An.. 5:50 pm Wall's No. 4.. 5:0517n1
Dowd Ac No?. 0:35 pm *Past Line. . 7:30 pm
Wall's No. 4. 7:20 pm How'd ec N02.9:210pna
.Way Passn'r 10:20 pm Wall's No. fp.. 11:00.nnk
.I'hese trains make close connection at Harris
erg for Baltimore.
The Church Train -leaves Walla Station evert
Sunday at 9:05 a. m., reaching Pittsburgh at
10:1'5 a. m. Re tinning, leaves Pittsburgh at
12:50 p. m. .and arrives at Walls Station at
'Cincinnati Express leaves daily. AU other
tr•»- s daily except Sunday.
For further information apply to
I W. H. BECKWITII, Agent.
The Pennsylvaniaßailroad Company will not as.-
slime any risk forßaggage, except for wearing ap•
parel, and limit their responsibility to One Him*
dre. Dollars In value. All Baggage exceeding
for t amount in value will be at the risk of the
owner, nn tees, taken by special contract.
. EDWARD WILJ JAI/
ap2ii General Superintendent, Altoona, a.
W. '3, Friday,
SO* lobilb 'AU
CANGE of allalpm
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE OM
REGIONS wrrntiu r CHANGE (IF CA "S.
On and after MONDAY, May 3d. 1559 TWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday)
will leave Pittsburgl Depot. corner of Elev
enth and Plke streets, fc r Franklin, 01101tY,But
ft.10. and all points in it e 011 Regions.
LEAVE PITTSBURGH. *miry IN riTTREGRes
Day Ex 11:00 ain i Day Ex 5:15 p
Night Ex.... 7:30 pm, Night Ex 6;311a Ea
Brady's B Ac 3:15 p m i Brims R Ac 10:15 a m
Ist dodaW'ks 9:45 am, sodaW'ke 7:46 ant
Soda Wks 6:30 p m 2ld SodaW'ks 0:15 p m
let Helton— 0:45 a m,161 Hultun„ m.
2.1 Hu1t0n...12:00 rn j2d Holton— 2:00 p
3f Hu iton ... 1 t:00 p m:3.1 Hulton... 1:05 p m
Arnold's Ac. 5:6U pm I Arnold's Ac. 7:40 p m
Churen train to and from Soda Works leave
Putsipirgb at 1:10 P. M. Arrive at Pittsburgh,
(Fundays. ) at 9 50. a. M.
Express trains stop only at principal points.
Accommodation trains stop at all stations
J. J. LAWRENCE, cieu'l Supt.
THOMAS M. KING, AWL. Supn.,
RA-LROAD.-Cn and afterAprli 25th,1S60,the
Ps s3enger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
Rai road will arrive at and depart from the.
Feder: 1 street Depot; Allegheny - City. as follows:
Arrive. Depart. • •
Springd , e No15:40 a m , Mall 7:00 a sa
Freeport No. 18:20 a m 1 Freeport No. I 9:2oAns
Express 10:40 a to Sharpb4 Nol 11:2D am
Sharpb`g No.11:20 p Express • . 2:50 pm
Freeport N0.24:00 p Springd'e NolB3o pm
Mail 5:50 p m tneeport No.25:110 p
Springd'e N026:20 o m ISnringd , e No 2 e • 3.0 pm
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves, Allegheny Junction
even Sunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. m. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City at 1 :90 P. M. and arrive at Allegheny, Juno*
tion at 3:40 p. m.
COMMUTATION McKay:l—For sale In package,
of Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut
street. Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and
Sharpsbure and good only_on the trains stopping
at Stations spe rifled on Uckets. - • .
The trains leaving Allegheny City at 7:00 a.
In. make direct connection at Freepori with Wale
ker's line of Stages for Butler and Hannahstows.
Through tickets may be purchased at- the °Met .
No. 1 IN Clair street, near the Suspensionßridge.
Pittsbnr. b, and at the Depot, -Allegheny.
For further information apply to
Federal Street Depot: -
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not
a' some any risk for Baggage, except for wearing
apparel, and limit their - responsibility to One
Hundted Dollars in value. All baggage ex
ceeding tt is amount in value willbe at the risk of
the owner, unless taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILL
stilt Gene-al Suncrlntendent, Altoolns.
shultott. FORT WAYNE A CHICAGO
F. W. and CLEVELAND I PITTSBURGH, R. B.
From April 26th, 1869, trains will leave from
and arrive at the Union liepot, north aide, Pitts.
burgh city time, as follows -
Chicago E_....3:08 a in, _ -
Erie & YgnEr.l:2Ba m
Cl. & Wh'o4'l6:l3 a in ,
Chicago Mail-6:58 a m
Chicago Ex, ..9:43 a m
Cl. & 2:oBpm
Chicago Ex, 3:23 p m
Vre &Erie Ex4:43 ptr.
Depart from Allegheny.
Bear M alts Ac.8:513 s m
Leetsdale " 10:03 a m
Chicago Ex...1.:58 a m
' Chicago Ex..lks:o3 p m
Wheeling Ex 10:48 a m
Creetline Mall 7:33D in
I Cleveland Ex 3:53 p m
ICI. & Wh'g Ex7:o3p
Arrive in Alietlislal.
Leetsdale Ac..6:48 am
Bca'r Falls " 8:48 am
New Castle "10:B3 am
Enon " 9:l3.ans
Leetsdale " 1:013 pm
Beal' Falls " Sl:23pm
Leetsdale ` . 4:43 pm
44 44 8 : 4 3 Ix'
Fair Oaks Bun-
• • " 11:58 a m
Rochester" 2:28 P m
Leetsdale Acc.3:BS p m
Enon " .If:33 pm
Bea'rFalls " p m
Leetsdale " 10:43P In
Fair Oaks Sun
day Church. 1:13 p m
.110- 11:234,. m. Chica:
air 12'03 u. m.Ohic
day church. 9:38 an
o Express leaves daily..
Express arrives daily.
• tween Pittsburgh and
witnout change s to-In—
No change of cars
Chicago. Sleep ng cars
dianapolls and Chicago.
J. M. KIMBALL,
Hen , ' Ticket Alien ,
J. N. 31 , CITLLOUGH,
CINCINNATI • ANDIRMINIM
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
• CHANGE OF TIME.—Onj and after MONDAY.
April 960, 1869, trains will leave and arrive at
the Union Depot. as Ibllows:
Mall .............. 9:08 a. m. 121:13 et. me
Fast Line - 9,43 a. m. 7:13 p. ny,
cE ; xprese ... 9:33 p. m. 4:33 a.m.
Mixed Acc'n 5:33 a. m. 6:58 p. m.
eDonald'a Acc'n,No.lll:43 a. m. 18:18 a. me
: tenbenville Aceommod. 3:58 p. m. - 9:93 a. m
&Donald+, Aro , n. N0.25:112 p.m. 3:19 p. in.
:unday Church Train.. 12:55 p. m. 9:58 a. zn.
sir A:33 P. K. train will leave daily.
111:13 P. M. train will arrive daily.
All other trains will run daily. tiunaays except..
d. The 9:43 a. m. Train makes close con
. ectiona at Newark icr Zanesville.
.5. P. SCULL, General Ticket Amt.
W. W. CARD, Supit.. Stenbenvllie,' Ohio.
a ITTSBILTRGHat i MEME
AIL ROAD. •
On and after TUESDAY, November, 17th.
teat, maims will arrive at and depart from the
Depot corder of Grant and Water streets, as
Mall to and from Union-
. . . _ . .
town 7:00 A. 2. 6:00 P. M.
McKeesport Accomdt , n 11:00 A. M. 2:05 P. M.
Ex. to and from Unt'n. 3:00 P. 11. 10:10 A. M.
West Newton Accom'd 4:30 P. Y. 8:35 A. 2.
Braddock's Accomdt'n. 6:15 P. Y. 7:50 P. M•
Night Ac. toMult , sport.lo:3o P. Y. 6:45 A. X ;
Sunday Church Train to
and from West Newton 1:00 P. x.10:00 A.
For tickeU apply to
E. M. RAYMOND, Agint
W. B. STOUT. Superintendent. no2l
S TAW HILL
UNION PACIFIC RAILWA;
S t H m R t T h E e S Z T e st AN o D
California, Utah ,
ArizOna • Washington,
New Mexico, Idaho,
Two Trains Iwo State Line and Leavenwortk
of roma in. % *no a nd
bol, and Bt. Joe Railroad from Quinn,f COMM* .
in' at Lairrai6o, Topeka and Wemego wig",
etaf.,..e for all points In Roams. At end
tract nest of Naloworth wi th the 'UNITED
STATES EXPRESS COMPAIMB DAILY'
LINE OVERLAND HAIL AND NIPS=
DIEN VI3XIR4 KAMM lAALICIrus
All Pointe in the Territories,
And with ISANDEREPIS OI3 Tas-wzintax LINN
of COACHES for Fort Union, Bent's Fort, Pau.
Albuqueme, @ants Fe, 10101 all pant, in Ad..
mina and New meritio.
With the reoen additions of rolling
and equipment, and the arrangements =
with esponsitde Overland Transportation Linea
from its western terminus, ad, road now offen
un equalled facilities fi fer..the . Stimulated= DOLL
ashen to the Far West.
Tweets for sate at all the trehuepat once. IL
the United States and Clinadss
Be sure and Ist Air tlciteta via 0410116
Malt° BOATS , r AU.WATia
"DEN 10) , 11 ,
. 4“Fakiteliki i 541511,