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ALLEmklitY CA'llrLE MARKET.
OFIPIOE 07 Prrrastritas Gezzrrs,
MoNDAT. May 10, 1869.
CATTLE-4here was a fair supply, of
Cattle on sale to-day, 750 head, and with
some five car loads taken' by foreign buy
ers, the nurnbtr was conaiderably re-.
fin ced s 'and notwithstanding prices ruled
fully 'as high as last week, the market
did not appear at all satisfactory to dro
vers. They alleged that they had to pay
an advance of from a quarter to half a
cent per pound in Chicago, last week,
and that'll' order to make anything they
should have realized the same advance
here. We do not think, however, that
there was any money lost, but, on the
contrary, that most if not all of the regu
lar dealers made a littlei money. 'They
are always growling and contplaining
about the hard times, great difficulty in
getting money, but they still stick to the
business, and, appear to get along as
well in this world as their fellow men.
As will be seen by reference to' repor
of sales;good to extra steers sold at from
Bto 8/ 83f; good to medium, 7@)73411
and stockers, for which there is a brisk
demand, at from 534@6', as to quality.
Fresh cows may be quoted at from po
®SO per head.
Smith dc Blue 36 head Illinois steers, at
6lialli7M; Carr & McAllister 48, head of
Chicago steers, at 7W58; Jos. Myers 22
bead good stook steers averaging, 1000 lbs
at 6;4; Stakelv & Bro. 3 head scalawag
cows at 454; L. J. Shamberg 34 head of
Chicago steers, at 6. 1 4@8V,; E. Katz tit Co.
36 head of good Chicago steers, at 7®B;
M. Verner 35 head Chicago, at 7@)8,;
Haas & Kraus 34 head of good to extra
Chicago steers, at 73S ®814; Jacob Needy
16 head Chicago streers, at 708; 45 heal,
for R. P. Moore, from Champagne Co., at
7(4)8; Zeigler & Lowenstein 37 head of
Chicago steers, at 7M . ®7%; Hazlewood &
Blackstock 100 from Illinois, Kentucky
and Ohio, at 7@834; L. Keefer 20 head
Chicaggo steers. at 7y,@)7.,i; S. Marks &
Bro. Si, at 7%'©13 . 14; Traurman & Lobman
38 head Chicago stock, at 7,y®B;
Holmes, Lafferty & Co. 60 head of mixed
stock, at 6 7 ,4©7%; Greenwald & Kahn 17
head Ohio steers, and 38 from Chicago,
at 7@Bv 4 ; Rothchilds 30 head, at 6%®7%;
Peter Hartman 18, at 7,10@8.
SHEEP AND LAMBS—There was an
increased number of Sheets on sale to
day, 660 head, and with only a fair de.;
mand, the market was a little dullish,
and sellers were forced to make conces
sions. As will be seen by reference to.
report of sales, prime to extra clipped
sheep sold at from 6@6M, but very few
at the outside quotation; and fair to good
at 5®535. Lambs sold at 12,50@3 per
head. . •
It is probable that from this time out,
the arrivals will be larger, as those who
have sheep . to sell will doubtless put
them on the market as soon after clip
ping as possible.
Stakely 4 Bro. sold 43 lambs, at $2,50
@3 per head; Fowler & Walter 80 head,
at 3 ets eta per pound; $2,50@3 per head
for lambs; Garwin & Co; 67 head sheep,
at annverage of 5 cts; M. Flintier 60 head
sheep, at $2®3,50 per head; lambs at
$2,50@3; Anil& Myers 31 head wooled
sheep, at an average of 6%; Rinn &Davis
sold 174 head for Hamilton, at sy,@6x;
J. F. Neely 100 head extra clipped, at o®
6;4r J. Kerr 44 head of extra clipped, at
534@6M; J. B. McMillan 69 head clipped,
HOGs—The Hog market continues
dull, and is likely to continue so all
summer, as fresh pork is not very popu
lar in our markets, in hot weather'. We
quote in a'retail way, at 10©11 eta gross,
for good to prirrie heavy averages.
Jacob Needy wholesaled a small
bunch at 9,35 gross.
Markets by Telegraptt.
NEW Yorm, May 10.—Cotton is rather
heiyy; sales 1,500 bales at 2830 for Mid
dling Uplands. - Flour —the receipts were
T 7,768 bbls; a little more active, and low
grades, withont decided change, with
sales 8,100 bbls its 115,70Q)6 for. • superfine
State. and western; 56,10©6,45 - for extra
Statevs6,lo©7. for extra waste .17®8
for white wheat extra; s6,2sglAbr R.
H. R.; $7®8,50 ler extra Bt. 5 91 5
12 for good to choice do.; °losing steady;
included in the sides are 3,000 bbls extra
State far export at 56,25® 6,50. Rye Flour.
steady, with 'sales, of 350.' bbls at 54,75@
6,85. Cornwell firm; sales of 1,000 bbls
Fairfax on private terms. Whisky quiet,
with sales of 50 bbls at 97c for western
free. Wheat—rezeiptr, 13,700 bushels;
• without decided change, with a mod
erate business doing in part for ex.
port: sales of 89,800 bus-at41,45€4,48
for No. 2 spring, delivered at , the latter
price; choice Milwaukee at 161;65timber
Michigan 51,70@1,72%, white California '
at 111,773 i. •- Rye quiet; 'Barl6y "dull.'
Barley malt quiet and unchanged. Re
ceipts corn, cT.4,417 bus; dull and heavy,
and 2(g)3c -lower; sales of 39,000 turrat
85(4)87c for newmlxed western. closing at
inside price. Receipts 0ata,z27,182'• bnE;
oats withont 'decided change; :inlet of
51,000 bus at 87c for western in store,
check to-day, and 88©890 for do afloat.
Rice quiet at 1314ig9x0 for Carolina. Cof
fee r)thinal.:- Sugar actiVe and yet bet
ter: falai of 2,000 hbds at 10,1i@12!.‘: for
Cubso and 150 for Derrusigra 31o)
firm With a fair demand; 550 hhds at 800
for Porto Rico and Cuba on private
terms. Hops steady at 6@l4c for Amer
ican, Petroleum; crude dull at-4730;
refined active and firm at", 85 6 -; salissso,ooo
bbn. Linseed 011 quiet at sl,o2@ii,os.
Spittle frEttpentine dull - at Ol e Tigtii
Pork iteady; gales 680 bbls at Ig3 ,
forneW . . 0 0 • 75 @tages__ermidrdeei
123,7 for'prime: and ' 25(328, ' 37'
for &Heti titees. ;: , Beef dull and iinabang
ed;-aelew 1401:ibis; Tiercettese , tbill'and
tut Changed; - males .150 flat
steady; • Wiles 125 bbletlitt
Meets;•;salty, -270 , pkgk at- 1234'0W :for :
elioulde" and 15M@IOU for lkaWW.. Mid
dies quiet. Lard firm and quiet; sales
51.01e a rel lryKd foe eteataitiiitalflU,
kettle rendered. Butter firm
at‘ Oblof and 20945af0r State:
Cheeses flit dt 10@28e. Freight!' t 6
erpeol-arnier, w engagements ['per
steamer - of 1-,Bo ith-
,f,OO bush wheat Sxd.
• Lateet—Plonn closed..etegdy .for., man,
moo,- and dull and heavVvfor • mediiini
'and Pod •llPldea. - 2 Wheat is _quiet and
steady. •• Rye firm 64;1,38, ,Ixt.'store, *I:-
western. Oats quiet at No afloat, and
870. igiatoro, fOri westerni":'.Corn is ,very•
dull and heavy at 84@)850 for new mixea
weitern Pork closed id) 131 ifor; s tieW
me w,. Beef qnlet and etesidk.;
m eo w qtdet and rather easier.
Batton 'nominal: Lard is - Wet" at 18©
183 yo for fair to prime steam. Eggs dill!
at 18®19o. • .
.oionAGOploay 10.—Eastern exchange
steady at 1- ffswunt to par buying, 1.10
predidm ; selling. • Flour quiet and mi.
chinged; spring extras 1 5 @6,25. - Wheat
dull andlid‘®B3o lower; sales No. /at
glag;NO, 1 11-at 111,11Vg1,123„' closing
13 sales , since .; 'Change, :at.
111;1034. Juten dulinndt 13442;40
serr No.l at 5834@600; N 0.2 at 64®4(4.94
sldecteti4.so( new 11,1580 1'no_gradri:
45c; (dolling at 59c for No. 1, and, bo, for.
I•l 6 i s o9thiiiit dbfibgtNt(4l l 4.4 o4 44 l 2o4tsi
qnret and 1c lower: sates Iso. 2at 60k@
61 c, closing at 61013,Wcii r'Rye g tat
and'lower': sales - et liiatq l;1834 for
N O , klulit 11,1131;
,forffo. , 2i,:sp!lng with;
sal kit NtV."l =at Watt"' Berley ‘4IW4
inactive and rintairialAlf,6l2 . @l,6s . fors
No, 2; wunifie•wlute vitt inas i sa w ni
Higbwgen 903 f 10.
TV ° t .
14®1534c for comm on' to choloe. - - Mess
Pork.quiet and steady. at- $3l. Lard in
active and nominal at - 1735 c. Sweet
Pickled Hams grm at 15%c. Bulk Meats
more active: rough sides, 13%()14c; dry
saltecPshoulders, 114 c, and rejected at
10®11c; bellies, 15®1l c. Freights dull
at 53,4 c on corn to Buffalo. The receipts
for the past forty-eight hours were: 7,139
bbls flour, 35,226 bush wheat, 179,962
bush corn, 60,432 bush oats, 1,768 bush
rye, 2,133 head of hogs." Shipments were
12,644 bbls flour; 12,340 bush wheat, 97,-
418 bush corn, 116,285 bush oats, 4,104
bush rye, 2,578 head of hogs.
CENCINNATI. May 10.—There is a mod
erate demand for Flmir at 66,00156,25 for
family. Wheat $1,80®1,40 for Nos. 2 and
1, but generally held 3®50 above these
rateS. Corn steady; sound 64®65c. Oats
68® 2c, and_ steady. Whisky sold' St
93c:4 , but held at- the close-St 940. Pro- ,
vlsi a unchanged and quiet. Mess Pork
held! at $3l. , Bulk MeaM. held at 12®
1631 but country cured sold yo below
thee rates,.deliversd when cured. Bacon
sold to a limited extent ,at 13y,,, 16%,
MN 16,ic for shoulders, clear rib and ,
clear sides. Sugar cured Hams 18j'a
19c. Lard 180. and nominally in no de
mand. Butter is - in better supply and
prices have risen; fresh 35®37c. Eggs
150. Linseed . 01101,04: Lard 01151,45®
1,50. Petroleum %32e, and dull. Coffee
dull and , prices drooping; common to
choice 19;c. Sugar steady; New Or
leans 13M®150. Molasies steady. Pota
toes dull and market overstocked; 51,37j-¢
buying. Exchange steady. Money mar
ker. easy. ,
Lbutsvitx.E, May 10.—Flour steady at .
05,25 for superfine. Bagging steady ht
22Q23e for two pound Kentucky, and 16c
for light weight. Cotton quiet; low mid
dlings 2534 c. Grain quiet. Corn 66Q
680. Oats steady at 70Q72c. Bran steady
at 75c. Potatoes dull and nominal at 01
in bbls. Cement active at 51,25. Hay
active and prices for No. 1 Timothy 822,
choice 024, red top 020. Whiskey firm.
Highwines 93Q94c , New Orleans sugar
1333Q141.<c. for fully fair to prime hard,
standard 17c. , New Orleans molasses 80
QBso for prime to choice. Rio Coffee 20
Q2534c for fair to prime. Provisions:
Mess Pork 031,25Q31,50; Bacon Shoul
ders 1334 c; clear rib sides 16 3 / 4 ,c; clear
sides 17gc. Hams - 19Q193c. Bulk
shoulders 123;c; clear rib aides 15Nc;
clear sides 16y,t. Lard, tierce, 18c; log
13;4e. Leaf Tobacco market s
saliis - 103 hhds, bids ranging from t 0
0 0 100
to 512,50 per 100 lbs.
CLEVELAND May 10.—Flour quiet
and steady; city madelf9®9,2s for treble
extra white,l7,7s for double extra am
ber, 88,757,00 for double 'extra red
winter, an dBB for extra - red; country
made - 88, 5 0@7,50 for double extra red
and'atitber;llB,7s for double extra spring,
and t7,50®9.50 for donble extra white
winter. Wheat; No. 1 red winter offered
at 81.45; No. 2 do. at $1,80@1,32; sales 1
car No. 1 Milwaukee at 81,30. Corn;
sales 1 car No. 1 at 71c. Oats ; sales 2
cars No. 1 at 70c. Rye: held . at 81,28@
1,82. Barley; nothing doing and market
nominal. Petroleum ; refined held at
80®310 In car lots for standard white;
trade lots at 2153 c advance.
Tottbo, May 10.—Flour dull at 416@
8.50 for double extra and fancy brands.
Wheat—amber faLrly.active and lc lower,
at 11,43 M, No. 1 red at 11.43. white Mich
igan 3c better at 1)450. Corn quiet and
unchanged; No. lat 67c, No. 2 at 62340,
)and yeltow at 72c. Oats Ic lower at 670
for Michigan. Rye lower; small sales of
Michigan at $1,21).1. Barley nominal.
Receipts( 2,700 bbls f10ur,8,600 bus
wheat, 19,60 0 bus corn, 5 , 4 00 bus oats.
Shipments: 2,200 bbls flour, 5,900 bus
wheat, 11,400 corn, 29,700 bus oats, 100
PHILADELPHIA, May 10.—Flour with
out improvement and demand limited to
home consumers. Rye steady; western
$443. Wheat dull and depressed. Corn
quiet and lower; sales of B i oo o bus yel
low at 88@90o, mixed western 88®813e.
Oats In good demand, with sales of 4,000
bus western at 80@83c. Petroleum, Oro-
cedes and Provisions unchanged. Whis
ky 97c in large and 98c(M1,00 in small
MILWAUICIE, May 10.—Flour dull and
prices are unchanged. Wheat unsettled
at 51,15 . 4 for No. 1; 11,u for N 0.2 Oats
firm at 6134 c for No. .2. Corn dull and
unchanged. Rye nominal. Barley quiet
and steady with prices unchanged.
Freights steady at 6c to Buffalo and tic
to . Ostregol .
Dicrnorr, May 10.—Wheat market was
cadet and steady; sales No. 1 white win
ter at 11.59®1.60; No. 2 do. at $1,38. Corn
sold 'at 69c. Oats, 66c.
Live Stock Dlarketp.
Now Yozz, May 10.—Recelpts for the
Week ending to.day-7,239 beeves; 2,894
calves; • 14053 sheep and lambs; 20,227
hogs. • The weather is hot and the ar
rivals are in excess'of the wants of hutch+
era The trtuirris very dulL There were
2,720 beeves , ou sale to-day, 1,700 of them
at Cemmunipaw; 300 of them remained
unsold after a bard market, , the owners
Losing heavily. The rattle were of a
good average quality, nearly all from
Illinois and very few adders. Owners
call it , thehardeet market, for years, con
sidering the cost of the cattle. Mach
higher offers wore refused on the way
than were ealized here. The receipts
of the week are the largest of any week
since last August. With a , single
exception, rices were 34rgl‘c • lower
than this day week, and • net so
good as last Friday. A few of the best
brought 16%c, though really prime
rarely ,sold over 16c, with fair at 15c,
then at 13@14e, and atill fed at 120. The
average price was below 160. 04 of
J. T. Alexander's 476 Illinois steers,. 30
averaging 760 pounds were verYtine and
brought /6®l6Nc; Dutrlap, and Daggs
had 40 fat Ohio steers, fed by;Col. 1 10 6 P
in Fyette county, at 750 pounds, sold at :
14@16c; Wood and Gillespie, 68 very fair;
650 pounds.lllinois stews at 15c; Barnes '
103 Illinois steers, 55015700' pounds, at ,
18@l5c; a ear of Ohio bulls; 650 poungh
at an average of 12e. There;A'eel B r B oo
sheep on sale to.day." ". A new 'market
hart been opened at Forty-Eighth street, ;
on the Hudson river, and the occasion
wail made a celebration. Trade is slow and
prices deoliffinr. It takes extra' sheared
sheep of 90 to 160 'pounds to bring 86; = 8 selling at'73i; pair at sNg6m.
var3' from ikr for poor, to ties per
pound for e choicee; J of.Ohio sheared sheep.
sold to-day'one „car 95' pounds brought L one car 85 pounds, 734c;' , salie car ett-'
tra 100 pounds. 8t(0 and a lot of 76 pounds
6Ke; stook not ell sold. Of hogs we have
63 doubledeak cars, still they, are In bet
ter demand thin other stock, and drafted'
advanced to 1214 e; LiVer are worth 9,(,@
10Wi; 2 cars 193 'Olinda selling at 10%c;
one car 188:pounds;106; . 5 tars Ohio 162
poundsi 9%0. n ' , ' . . ',
Platanotrate, May 10...--Beef • Cattle
in fair demand. at Admit' fbrmer , rates,
sales of 1,670 head at 9V3;10,40 for extra
Pennsylvania and western steers,,?
for fair to•good.do„ Orip7o grow, lor com
mon. , Sheep in fair demand,, with sales
or 6 e9c-arcisa. Hoge 'dull, With sales
of Ito 1 1 head at .4).2@180 ,for slop, and
118 ,00 1 1(44,25 per Owls for corri-fed. ' -..-
' CaxoLoo, May'lo.--11.er Salve an,d •
firmer, sales ' at 18,7609; 0 'fbr fair _ to
chtsice.' 'Cattie quiet' anti 0256 1 losVe_ l o
sale* sts6,so@ti,ilo for butcber's;llo.l2VG
7,50 for s light to choice shipping. •' - .
OEtr.f . .
a t 10 ..4. 4 1410:iti11i1it nip'
f Min ei ftir - -den:ism:l, ler choice; the
n 113irgerge tbr L dommon tO
antra Hogs lower at roatitrom i
PS 4101 - GAnMi TUESD
IMPORTS BY KAWKOAD.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNB & CHI
CAGO RAILROAD, May 10.-1 s cars metal,
Nimick & Co; 2 do do, Bryan & Canghey
1 do l do, Everson, Preston & Co; 2 dodo,
Superior Mlll5. 1700 bbls flour, owner;
300 do do ' Shomaker Langenhelm; 100
do do, E Heazleton; 6 cars. wheat, 'J S
Liggett &. Co; 1 car shorts, H. Scluiel
bach; 1 car rye, Volgt, Mahoud & 'Co; 2
cars dry salted shoulders, E H Myers &
Co; 10 bbls spirits, John Seefreth & Co;
10 has crackers, Reymer .t Bro; 2 bbls
alcohol, G A Kelly; 1 car middlings,
Cult. & Shepard; 1 car wheat, Scott &
Gisal; 100 bbls flour, J M - Mongomery; 55
bbla highwines, Stdpton & Wallace; I ear
corn, Robb & Herron; 1 car hay, Bricker
& Co; 1 car staves, C Street; 8 cars bones,
Seward & Emerson; 1 -ear stavbs, M P
Adams & Bro; 12 aka hair, L J Stimple;
111 bbls -potatoes, H Riddle; 440 galls
stoneware, J Davidson & Co; 27 sks oats,
W H Hagan; 28 bat; cheese, N J Braden;
204 doz handles, Postley, Nelson "it C'o; 9
his cheese; J A Graff
PITTSBURGH . ,; CreaDrivaTi AND . ST.,
Louts RAILROAD. May bbls flour, l
Schomker de L; 18 do apples, Brugger
man & O'B; 13 sks rags, Christy & B;1 22
do do, 1 car corn, W H Graff; Ido
horses, W Huscroft; 2 bxs steel, 1 bdl
iron, Brown & Co; 2 bats cheese, H Rid
dle; 10 bales tow, nattier, Close & Co; 1
steam engine, Schnieder & DI'V; 175 bga
oats, M,Henty & Hood. 1 car corn,
Simpson; 1 do scrap. J Winkler; 17 hhds
bacon, J H Parker; 50 bbls whisky, Dil
linger & 8;120 hf do herring, S Ewart &
Co; 1 car rye, W J Meek; 2do do, Voigt,
Mahood & Co: Ido corn, S Hood; 1 do,
Hitchcock, MeC & Co; 2do staves, IV
ALLEGHENY STATION, May 8.-202,sks
oats, M Steel At Son; 1 car staves, J M
Hemphill; 8 green hides, Lapp &
13 bdls do, A & J Groetzinger; 1 car lithe,
J A.bdell; 12 bbls apples, owens & Ken
nedy; 1 car lumber, J Nanz, 1 bbl eggs;
R &.A Carson; 1 car wheat, J Shaw; (.2
cars iron ore, Richey, -Harbaugh & Co;
100 bbls flour, J B McKee; 2 cars hap,
Rose & Ewing; 17 step' ladders, G W
ALLEGHENY VALLEE BAILHOAD.
1 car oats, Graham & Marshall; 600 bbls .
oil, Fisher & Bro; 960 do do; Lockhart,
Frew & Co; 820 do do, Standard 011 Co:
86 bgs rye, 17 do oats, 2 do flaxseed,
Soot: dr Glaal: 1 oar stone, Henderson &
Co; 1 do eats, W Booth; 1 car grain,
& Baird; 27ska rye, W J Meek; 10 do
rags, McCullough 'Smith & Co; 27 bbla
whisky, Little & Mechlin; 6 cats lime.
stone, Shoenberger & Blair; 2 bbls
H& A Friend; 19 bga rIVe, Culp &
Shepard; • 8 bbla eggs, 2 Wm butter 2do
seed, Head & Metzgar; .6 bbls eggi, L &
J -Blanchard; %ears metal. Union Mills;
1 do do, John Morehead;- 1 do do Brown;
855 bbls phosphate, Seward & Emetton.
ANA ,Privssugeht RAIL = e
Rom), May 10..-9 cars blooms, • John
Moorhead; 1 do do, Park Tiro's; ,4 cars
met Graf Bennett it Co; 3 cars pota
toes, Volgt, Mahood & Co; Ido do, 2 bbls
eggs, H. Riddle; 160 pkgsfish, J. S. Dil
worth it Co; 2 rolls leather, G HAnder
sen; 23 tubs butter, B F Austin; '1 car
shingles, W W Rigding; 12 sks oats, Rose
it Ewing; 4 tubs cheese, P Schlegel; 2
cars stone J L L Knox; 1 car wheat, H
Rea Jr; 18 bbls potatoes, Carter, Id'Graw
Lt Co; 18 bdls chairs, Bedford Chair Co; 51
do do, Hammer Lt • Son; 8 sks oats, 6do
Rye. Graham de Marsball
mol;;18 bbls apples,
Voigt M 3, - . Co; 50 jugs asses Julian
The river is receding steadily at this
point with six feet six inches iisohannel
by the Monongahela marks. Weather
clear and pleasant. Mercury at 4V. Is.
was up t 0.78.
The Camelia arrived from Nashville
an Sunday afternoon with an excellent
trip. As will be seen by the card, she is
announced for a return trip, Capt. Time.
if. Golding in command, and George
Bolan° In the office.
Capt. Jas. IL Marratta, has changed
his destination from St. Louis to New
Orleans. The Emma is well known as
one of the best crafts that comes to this
port, and as such we cheerftilly commend
tier to paisengers and shippers.
The M. Marys, will - be found at the
landing this morning, and will return
to Cincinnati, this evening; She would
hav&been in on time had Tt not been for
the slight accident, noted in out report,
of yesterday. The St. - Marys has be.
come quite an institutition in' the Pitts
burgh and Cincinnati packet trade.
The Messenger, Capt. Jesse :Dean,
James Russell. in the office, will Tod
tively•take her departure for St. .Louis
this evening and passengers and ship.
pers should bear this in mind.
The new steamer Matamoras NO: 2,
Capt. Dalzeir, is announced for New Or
leantq on or about the 20th.
'The R. C. Grey, from Louisville; is
among the first boats due. She bus a
The Leonidas, St. Louis to rittiburgh,
left Louisville on - Saturday, where the'
added considerable freight:
The towboats Sampson; Wild Cat,
Mar y Ann, Lion Hercules, N. J. w i
arrived' at Louisv ille on Saturday, with
tows of coal.,
Greo. H. Hciughton, was on Saturday
appointed Superilaing inspector of the
13th district, In place 01 Col. J. V. Guth
—Capt. Asa Mason has retnrhed to his
duties on the Kate Robinson,
—There is considerable cotton lying,on
the Memphis wharf awaiting shipment
to,New Orleans. . •
—The Cairo dry docks will be towed to
Memphis the latter part of the present
—The James Means from St. Louis has
arrived at St. Paul, and enters the St.
Croix river , trade.
• —The R. E. Lee niade her hot run.
from Ylokaburg to Helene In twenty
four houri. The distance 18 805 miles.
—The Arm/I'4l'lo 'from Pittsburgh ar
rived tit , St. r. Paul on Monday, tut • last
week, at td left on Tuesday. The, Mil
waukee le ft Bt. Paul same day for St..
—Heretofore the blitu3faslppl Valley
Tiamportatioti company bavo been FAY-
Ing pilots ;250 per month. Tbey are
Illring'thein now at 5150.
• - , .
—The followlng are the name. Of the
stein/era loat od tbe Western waters for
April, viz: G. A. Thompson, 011ie Sulli
van, Antelope, Nina
_Simms. Urilds, St.
Esno,,Tennett,es and Nick Wall. Total
eight boatel. r
.4lapt. John L. Newsom, chief clerk_
of the Ohio No. 4, and Miss AnnieShall
cross were married at the residence of
the bride'i father. Dr. Jos.. Muslims%
Gallipoli% Ohio, Tuesday everung. f:
Is:Ed. Schiller still Alive? is a quo
tion propounded to us yetterday, but we
could not 'answer it.' Schiller ,was for,
'many years • resident of New Orleans,
and talented'. Avert reporter, ' who
strange as it may 'seein, aillitunulated
money: in that Iprofesidiki. He owned,
steamboat stook when., the war com.
menood,, with` ' Shannon, .'tbe
Boblition 'end one ot•• two other Southern,
boats. These were oapt=lolllb4le
eralltireespbit7Soldller - `to gist
them relesiseil and plooet* o Gdiersir'
=tint '41,611 , 41ear intbotall.
~~~a.~%i'~':'t Sl~~~at~`~'f~~ taus'°'~z'3`~lt~"'+`"~".L+'.~a~
Ari Ativi ,iBost
rta morning Schiller, the ex-reporter, ar
rived here from the sunny south with. It
to . sale. VBO,OOO in his pocket. He in.
vested it in farms, On one of which,.
about six miles west of this city, he was
living last winter. We believe that Jo.
Shannon wanted some of the money that
Schiller brought here with him, but we
have never learned whether he got it or
not:, We have always considered the
case of this little German, Ed. Schiller,
a most rorarkable one. There Is some
thing est unding in a reporter getting to
be worth, eighty or a hundred thousand
dollars. / But ft should be borne in mind
that New Orleans was the paradise of
river reporters, as witness the wealth of
Pat. Higgins, of the Times, of Pagard, of
the Picayune,. and of him who until
about a 3 , ear ago, presided in the river
department of the Crescent.—St. Louie
River and Weather.
[By Teleitiath to the Pltteborgb Gazette.,
LourstitmE, May 10.—The river Is fall
ing, witliwleven feet five inches in the
Canal. eather clear and pleasant :
V L DR' .EVANSVILLIDeziaMe.
CLARKSVILLE AND NASH-
V LE—The steamer
CAISIELIA Capt. TITOS• 11. Glompiwo,
Will leave as at!ove on THURSDAY, the 13th
Foareleht or passage apnly on board or to
FLACK ..b CULLINGW I OI). Agents.
IL - lon MEMPHIS AND
„A! NEW ORL EANB—Thesteame
EMMA No. 3 Capt. JAS. MARATTA.
Will leave ae above on WEDNESDAY, the 12th
1138 t., •
For freight or pa.sage apply on board or to
Ch & CJLLtNGWOOD, Agents.
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS,
Volt PEW ORLEANS, -AA'
viLLE, Texas—The new and staunch built
31ATAMORA.R.N0.1... ' Capt.R. DaLzsi.L.
Wilt leave as above on THURSDAY, tue 20th
CK p & s C g O e LLDIMIy
Ag o n
OR ST. LOUIS, GA•x ia gr ar t
LEN A, DUBUQUE AND ST.
.UL.—The line paaaenseratearner _
MESSENOXR Capt Jin D
Will, leave fbr the above pore on Tius DAY.
Xiay itth; a: 4 p. M.
For &Mtn or passage apply on board. or to
FLACK d COLLINGWOOD.
imairat 1869,. agroi.
NORTHERN' LINE PACKETS,
St Louis • to Xeokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALLJAITEEMEDIATE PORTS.
4:hte of the splendid Sldewheel Steamers of this
Line NYlalfillVe St. Louis da ly for Keokuk, Dsven
part, Deltine, Winona, Stillwater and St. Paul.
Trough receipts for Freight And Passengers
will be given to all point* oh the Upper Bilssls
sissippl on steamers running from this port and
connecting with the Northern Line Packets at
lit, Louis, thus enabling Consignees to get their
Freight through without delay and at lowest
rates. Apply to JOHN FLACK,
J. D. COLLLAGWOOD,
B. C. GRAY,
Agents, or to
mh2fiter= 91 Water street.
wnicKLING 41.1,i1l PAR-
EfißSllll.lll.i LlNF.—utave Coninaee's Wharf
nom. foes ora , n..n seeeet. daily at 19 M., WED
NESDAYS and SATTEDAY4,
Azents: it MC/LULL. .... . . .. U. BILNIL'AN, Master.
!freight wl/1 be received at all nouns Dy
apl3 =FLACK S,CULLIEGWOOD,
VOR WBEE,LlNG. hi ff i r m e
AN MARIETTA ,PAR
Le DC es NCI tsbur A hEVERY
TUESDR.Y 7 . 111 M.
Leaves Cincinnati /EVERY FRIDAY-4 P. M.
The swift aud superb sidewbee/ titeatner ST.
MARYt3, T. C. sw - zzliEr, Commander. will
leavelas announced above.
Poriteight or Passage mayor. board, or to
FLACK .1. COLLINDWOOD..or
COL.LINo & BABNES. Agents.
N. D.—No Freight rteelved on Tuesday atter
11 A. M. mItZ
T o LIVERPOOL AND
TII/I MUM BM& STEAMSHIP*
f!ti . erz e tg a te?
. nnt-elais veisels, smog
CITY OF 'PARR!. CITY OP AND:VET?
CITY OF BOOTON CITY OF peunitoiz,
Balling RV - MY SATURDAY, from Fier 45.
ti z igth River, New' For lounge or rattler
WILIALA BEIOII/01, an,
. I ' 9 liffrgaßzridif°4l;z!ellittitl;l7,l,
COMPAVT or PITIVEUR6III.
Inure, against, all Wadi of Ate sad )111420
Ruts. • •
TRWTR. .11g.. President,
T. J. pOSKINEION Vice President.
V. EJL.DONNltl : eretary. •
, • D — et nasal Agent.
Jobs jr., B. 4._ Pahnestiet
-§;J., Hoskinson, • W.-H. Everson, -
..0, Bauer, Robert H.. Dims,
saver ' rrenels !Sellers,
chadecmgri, cent. 3. T. Skokdale•
Cant.... ns. Dean T. H. Nevin.;
ROCK•THE 13A$ '
EARNESTS PATENT CRIB.
Lgavfox & WEISE.
l'isetleal Furniture Mipmfactarers, &on
waere mar be toned a 11111 - assortmeat of Par
lor. I:Umber sn4 Kitchen Perultura - deb
xmport.e . r and 1414441041er 1n ; • r
WEDDING, VISITING. PARTY AND BUSINESS .
•,10ASID 11116 1 RATI13111, • , ,
MONOGRAMS,, ARMS, 11.1.1:111INA11150 do,
Orte mall receive pfompt attention. fiend
r plea. • •
1.033 Chentnut.Bl., PLtlw,
ume:l77•Tniii)r . .
lo 111,730 ' Jo No BBAIIT
OWINT 11613RALT'A ; _ • :
, . .
No, 61 Banduaky St;:' iliegloay, Pa.
large eeeorinsins of NZWItL Porn and
B6I4GST.FIeto constantly on band. :TUR.11`9,131
of all desalt , ne. done " onaiv
eltetteLr...S . Eraxra WILL Cues Deeprellta.
mAnitaszw6 ELaxis, , WILL CUBA ( 7 0521170,
Price of Marshall's Elizir.lsl.oo Der bottl e;
Depot,l3ol.ltarket street., NA.BeJlAyi
& CP Oprietglsts. 'Proprietor". i•
For sele,. wholesale and retaII,:IQ,GEO.-,A.
IClALLpTkrinatmrsl4,, •• ; vf_Caset'rvrate,
.14 1WILO BBK 011. 0 01L•f o lgenftl ii4 7 ::: ,
tiii• . ;VI P
15,13 F' l :
/4 41, L.: "I'
. 11 : rktgg4k l•
A 6 ayd.Abtlzt6 Wish
rr s~ ~, ~,, .r. c~ ~. z ' , f r ~.,,
~t;~ . _,'~.v
THE IRON CITY
MUTUAL ! LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Office, 75; Federal St, Allegheny City
Hon. JAMES L. BRAMAN,
- Rev. J. B. CLARE. D. /L. '
Capt. It. ROB Ltilio.N.
Rev. A. S. BELL. D.D., , - • •
Rev. S. Id ivEsBIT. ILD.,
W. A. ttleED. Cashier Allegheny Trust CO. ;
JACOB RUSH. Real Estste Agent.,
SIMON IsitUM. Mayor of Allegheny, -
C. W. BENZ: Y., Ratter, . 1
A. S. BELL. Arsorney.at-Law,
D. L. PAqjfEßSObi, Lumber Dlerchant,
5V7013 . .. Insurance Agent.
Capt. ROUT. ROBLNIION, President.
Rev. J. B. CLARK, D.D., Vice President,
JACOB RUSH. Secretary,
O. W. BENNY: Treasurer.
N. W. WHITE. idituicsi. ADVISER. .
. DANIEL SWODER, Gen'l Agent.
This is a nome company. conducted on the mutual
Principle, each Wiley - holder receiving an equal
share of he; profits of the Company. Policies
will be Issued on all the different plans of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an economi-
cal basis will afford a safeinvestment to each
policy holder, and thereby etaill the money at
home to elconrage home ind strv. mhZiess
INSURANCE C MPANYII •
OF AUDI PA.
OFFICE IN FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANE
• BIILLDIN 9,
No. 41 Ohio Slt.. Allegheny.
A HOITZ COMPANY, managed by Directors
wet) known to the C01:11131t1Ilit who trust by fair
dealing. termerit a share of y ur patronaze.
HENRY IRWIN. .
GYM. D. RIDDLE
• DIRECTO :
Henry Irwin,' D.L. Patter on, IWm, Cooper,
Geo. B. Riddle, Jacob Fra leettlelb Faaa,
Simon Drum, J. B. Smith, !Jacob Rush
W. H. Stewart, ICh. P. Wilts on, Joseph Craig,
Jos. Lautner; I.H. J. Zinka :Jere. Kohen.
1 R. . HERON,
GE "ERAL AGENT.
CASH 1 ,
INSURANCE C MPANY,
No. 22 Fifth Avenue... Second. Floor,
Capital All Pr is Up. ' •
N. J. BI ley .' :H.w.nliver, Jr, ICipt.H.llaile7,
Deng- Wallace,W 18, H. Hartman. A. Chambers, .
Jake Hill., 8. M'Clurk.n. Jas. H.
has smith. Jiio.S.
ROBERT H. KING, President.
' JNO.ilr. JENNINGS, Vice President.
JUS. T. JOHNSTON, Secret/xi.
Captell. J. GRACE, Senn Agent. • -
Insures on pberal Terms oil all Fire
and. Marine Risks.
sp2:o7 ' •
Cor. Federal St and Diamond, Allegheny,
in the SECOND NATIONAL BANE
wri W. MARTIN, President
JOHN BROWN. an., Vice President,
JAMES STAVE3;BO.N. Secretary.
John A. MTler: Jas. Lockbart.;Jos. Mers,
Jas.L.Grabati4 ;Robert Les, C..Bosle,
Jno. Brown,Jr. George three, !Jacob hOPP.
aP tilisinslJno. Monti:When
OF ilITTSB1:1116.111, PA.,
Oftleo, No. 424 PENN ST.;
(IS NATIONAL TRUST CO. BUILDING.)
Robt.-Dickson, f Hobt. Liddell, ;W. .J. Friday,
fianewisch, Chris. ,Blebe C. Van Buren, [ P. Hirsch.
B. H. Myers ,; J. rt.
L. J. Blanchard„ J. J. Weisser, Schildecker•
'it- H. names, President.
BORT. DICICSON._I7Ice President.
rem 3 3 3 . 0 r A.l:BlialUrgstire.r.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PIMSBUREIN
OFFICE. No. 15T) WOOD STREET, SANG
OE COMMERCE BUILDING.
This is a Home ConipanY, and insures, against
loss by Tire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER, President.
LAE RVCN , P T re r s e iden r t e . s
HUGH kftELHENI. Secretary.
Leonard Walter, Geort l° WlLms,
C. C. Boyle, Geo. Evans,
Robert Patrick, J. C. lope,
Jacob Painter. J. C. Plelner.
Josiah Ring John Voegtley,
Jam. Hop ains, Almon.
AGAINST LOSS BY
FRANKLIN'INSURANCE 'CO. OF PHILADELPHIA.
0J71CE,435 a 43T 011:1q3=p2 , 157%, near Int.
.. . ,
Mules iv. Banoker. Nordeest fr. Losbr
Tobias aver, , Davld.B. BMWZi...
thunnel ttraht„ . ' blase Les.
Jsootatton. , . . .
• c porta . rttobards. livales.
cliAtaJ ti. BAI.NIO.IIChIt, , Le nt.
EDW. O. ALT., Vico Rrestdent.
W. V. t3ecretaryißro tots. '
J. tt NNE ConrlN, Ao_ .sie
- North West comer. Third and Wood amass.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
ESTABLISItED 1803. (ABB CAPITAL PAID
VP AND INVESTED FUNDS EXCEED• INC
... . . ,
few:ranee' ajtalnstirlre effected on nolues and
Buildings. odds, Wares and Merchandise,
Stesunboats. /id. Polleles issued mable in gold
or currency. Air_Unlted States Branch OZoir,
40 PINE STREZT, New York.
losses of the united Stites Branch will be
adjusted In'New York.
J. T. 111et.A.1313111X004, A.gent,
TITISHI OH, 'PA.
Ocoee, e 7 you*rit `NitErr.
MetatreHLlS is al stillest Am the Man.
batten Lite wanes Commun. I , , wren
-MT ANCE COM.
j!...r o oli t trr Rigg ident. ,
_,,_''''._ HERB*. T tw7.
sioAry: tiltraltille 4 Octets! Agent.
Onrate, 9,1_ Voter street, Eynon:. de Co. . 19 mi.,
house. overawe, PituntirO. . - , _
Wiateeitairt e i g it als rat Ytral ebtid Xs
rine , 4 A horn n himaneigen twin.'
rector', who are ,well kn ow n ln the 1 wromenity,
mrat whoarl determined tones, *Ad Liner.'
silty 3d_ main_ ktin the eliWenter twirach they hams
aelumect.llieormrme the beut Netteuen to 'QM
V/ 43 dPill, 0141,011ed 'i m ig.,. '.
elairkw 94 thrtA NV,
#.,..040.4 7 , ; - , Wmtraino 15. &ink
Ablaanwer t3oeer, Fili Itirkvatrion.
et Ailleti, • • • kßeynter,
'Fd tiir " • m•morrieon .
EOPLEIP • INSIMANCE COM*
wpm a-. a; CXURPCB 'troop a 711M18TBI ,
A HOMO 00 4067stallignillimid lierixte Ma&
. • ~ .i..,, , ..:. ~. DilexClows:: ...
. _P2 ramps,.
.. ei. John L. Ith I
; mw ratt, , tielr..l3llriver.:
art. JiSt i rs k itgles, areti l li A l3: b r u estl et ;
IT 123 ;71) 133 , - P.Ur ~,,, - radriftikiii'
u ll -,, . . ri e t t ,.,:i . ; .:, •
at ..., • i,
` ;$ 4 APf4 ,, ,-.?lrLitlx*Ageit ‘
it J. CAIIIMILD.
__--- - - -•
rafia•nunGH. PORT WAYNE. & CHlC.aute
B. W. and CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R. B.
From May esh, 1869, trains will leave frotn
and arrive at the Union Depot, north side, Phu..
burgh clap time,,as follows: .
Utdeago Ex.— 2:08 a m !Chicago Ex..'.1:58 a m
Erie & Er.7:28 ain iMleago Ex..19:03 pm
Cl. m:Wbeellng Ex 10:48a In
I;hlcago Mail-6:51e a m r nt. I. outs Ex 7:08 pm
peamEx.....9:43 a miChl'ito Ex&Ml4:oBp m
1. &•00101tEx 51:06p in Cleveland Ex 3:53 p in
'hlcago Ex.. -2:23 p m 'Erie & Yson Ex 6:08p m
W'e.tErleEx4:3Bpn:&Wb*E Ex 6:53pm
part/rem Ailegthany. I Arrive sn Allegiump,
, rl , ells 5.e.8:513 a m !Leetsdale A0..6:58 am
Leetsdale ** 10:03 a m IBea'r Falls " 8:98 am
• ** " 11:58 m New Castle "10:23 am
Rochester " 1:28 pm i Enon ** 9:13 am
Enon ** .3:58 pmi Leetsda'e " 1:08 pm
Leetsdale n0.5:13 pm, Bea'r Fells " 2:43 pm
Bea*rPalls ** .6:13 p m !Leetsdale " 4:33 ma
Leetsdale " 10 :43Pull " " 7.23 rixt
rale Oaks Sun- Falr Oaks Sun
day Church. 1:13 p m day ulturch. 9:58 am
AGP• 2:233). m. Chicago Express leaves daily,
B' 12'030. m.Chicatto Express arrives daily,
• •J. M. KIMBALL, J. N. APCULLOUGH,
Gen*l Ticket Agent. elen'l Supten't.
AGE HN .OF I NAMMI
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RALLEGAD ;
' THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE OIL
REGIONS WiTHOUr CHANGE 'OF OAKS.. .
On and after MONDAY,_ May 3d, 1809 TWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday).
will leave Pittsburgt Depot,,corner of Elev
enth and Pike streets, fcr Frankllm,ollolty, Bur.
filo, ind all points in l e 011Begions. .
LZAVE PITTSBURGH. !AMBIT ' DS Eirroftlirsoll'
Day.Ex . . 6:00 am Day ..E.x.....;•„ 5:15 p m
Night-EE... 7:30 pm Night Ex ." ‘, 6:mp g m
Brady's BA; 3:15 p m Brauys B A0.16:15 am
Ist SodaW'ks 9:45 a m Ist godaWlts '1:40 am
51d SodaWnts.6:34.llp m 12d Solairks 6:15 p m .
let Halton... 6:45 aml Ist Hunan.. 0 :50 a m
Bd Hulton...l2:oov at 9a Halton:— 51:09 p m
3d Hutton... 14:00 pm 3d Hunan... 1:05 p m
Arnold's Ao. 5:00 p m Arnold's Ao. 7:40 p m
Chum train to and from Soda Works leave
Putsburph at 1:10 F. st. Arrive at Pittsburgh, _
(Sundays.) at 9 50A. Nt. •
Express trains stop only at principal points.
Accommodation trains stop at all stations
THOMAS.RENCE, cten"i stations
M. KING, Ass't. Sup%
NIA CENTRAL RAIL
D. On and after April 25th. 118139, Train,
will 'arrive at and depart from the Union. Depot,
corner of Washington and Liberty streets, aa
Mail Train.... 1:251im
Fast Line 1.45 am
Wall's No. 1..13 20 am
BrinionAcc'n. 7:50 am
Wall's No. 2.. 2:50 am
Cincinnati Ex.9:10 am
Johnstown Aclo :35'am
How'd Ac Not I:10pm
Pittsb"ch Ex. 1:30 pm
Phila. Expressl:so pm
Wall's No. 2...2:50 pm
Braddock Ac.; 5:50 pm
How"dAc No 2 9:35 pin
Wall's No. 4. 7:90 pm
Way Passn'r 10:90 pm
These trains - make clot
The Church Train lei
Box:day-at .9:05 a. m.,
10:05 a. 'in. Be turnin,
15:50 p. , tn. and' Omni ,
2:10 p. m.. . .
*.anclunati Repress leave/ daily. All other
trains dally.except Bunday.
For ferthkr Information apply to
W. H. BECKWITH, Agent.
The Penn sylvaniaßalitoad Company will not as.
some any risk forßaggage, except for wearing ap.
d y e . aet,_and itmit their respons Ba gg a g es ne Hnn.
Dollaraln value. Alt . e ceeding
that amotuit in value will be at the risk of the
owner, unless taken Tv special WIL L IAMS. EDWARD 11.
ROAD.—On and afterAprll 55th,1869, the
Passenger Trains on the Western - Pennsyltanis
Rai, road will arrive at and depart from the
Feder) I Street Depot, Allegheny'City.ati follow,:
. Arrftst. I Depart.
Springd , e No16:10 a m.Mall 7:00 a
Freeport No.18:510 a mI Freeport No. 19:510sta
Express 10:40 a in I Sharpb , g No111:20 am
Sharpbig No.11:20 p m. Express.
Freeport No.21:00 p m I.Springd'e No 13:30 pm -
Mall 5:50 p m Freeport N0.25:20 pin •
Etpringd , e No28:20 m Snringd'e No 26 '3O p
Aboye trains run daily except snnday. -
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junction
every dunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. m. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City at 1:511 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny Juno , •
tion at 3:40 p. m.
ConnoTATION Tleirms—ler sale In packages
of Twentr. between Allegneny City, Chestnut
street, *Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and
Sharpsburg and good only on the trains stopping
at Station, specißed on tickets.
The trains leaving Allegheny City at 7:00 a.
in. make direct connection at Freepon withWal.
ken! lin ti cket s Stages forßutler and Hannalutcrwn. •
Through may be purchased at the Otlice -
No. 1 St Clair Mime:tomer tbe lautepensionßridge.:
Pittsbur. 11, and at the Depot, Allegheny.
For fttrther information-apply to_ •
JAMES LAYFEUTS, Agent-
Federal Street Deno , la
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not
a. mime any risk for S t r e u . .g• r e, efle s fi t tgorw t e o ar o ing
apparel, an d
Dollars in value. All bag 4; ge
ceeding tt is amount in value.willbe at the risk of.
the owner, unless taken by special contract.- .
WARD H. WIN
ap33 eeneml Suneri ED ntendent, Altoon LLLemi a. Pik
kiIIITTSBURGH I .M 111143
LOUIS RAILWAY.:. r -
___ FAN HANDLE ROM ' - ' • • "
cHANGR OF TIME.=-Onialidatter MONDAY,
April 28th, 1889, trains will leave and arrive at.
tat Union epot, as ibilows: ,
Mail ' • .....«... .9:09 a. ra. lietlaa.- .• •
Fast Line .....
9.43 a. m. 4:13p..mm
Express 11:33 p. m... 4133 Lia r
Mixed Ace'n ' ' . 8:33 a. m. . 8:15011 p. ni.
MeDonaltPs A03'11,11 . 0.111:43 S. m. 182 111 A. Mr'
Steubenville Acoommod. 3:59 p. m.- 0:33a. m';
McDonald , s Aeen. No. 1 411i1 D. re. - 2:to Th. m.
Sunday Church Train.. 19:55p. m. 9:59 a. m.
~ % :33 p.mctren win leave dafiv.• ' - • •
, _ /91;13r, ra..trala will arrive daily.; . . r .
Ail other trains Will run daily; armoire except.
ed. ~ the 9:23 A. sa. Traits make. elone- ;RR.,
neetions at Newark. to Zanesville, • '
S. P. 1601ThL, General Tleket Anent, .
W. W. CARD, Sean., Steubenville, Ohio. .
aP26..• : ~ :r .. • . ....', ...;':.„i,.2, ,-
On and alter TUESDAY, NoTember,
asee. trains will arrive at •and departtrodi
Denot corner of Grant and. Mater streets, an
Ns*lto sad trait
town. - 7:004, ic,„ 6:00 rad..
McKeesport Accomdt.n 11:00d. Iv A:O3 r.
Ex., to and from Unt , n. 3:00 r. x.10:110 A, K.
West 'Newton Aceom'd• 4:30 P. 3:33 d:
Braddoers .decomdttn. AILS P. 71. 1:50 P.
Night de. tobteli * Blo:3oP.M. 6:45 A'. ,
Sunday Church Train tooort. - • ,
and rronr West 'Newton' 1:00F. Y. 10: 00'1;''
For tickets apply t•-,
• E. M.. RAYMOND, ditedt:
W. B. STOIIT. elltrellIII:eadellt. • ' MOB
S R ILLSWINIX
UNION PACIFIC Rulavg
Easteni Division. •
SHORTEST AND mow eizttet
ROUTE from the Ent to ell points In
Celozado s 'Nevada,
New Mexico, I d a ho ,
grikinsr=4"44l'47 Lome , nnd~~annW
tuil,and fit. Jon Edifroad ftom Quincy. confielt.
the - at Lawrence. Topeka and Wamego
smite. for Mt points in...gansim. • At.. v2_4_
true west of Dos Worth with the
STATES • =RW_ , 00.11 Mi l,
LINE OF OVERI:A MAI* AND
roanNvErk imzrr i."m#
AU Points the Territories' ,
and Ina sAirmultars Tza-vnaurwr-itisni,
of COACH/131hr Fort Union, itentla iron; WU,
Aibuquerqatai Mita Pe, ancL: all 'point* .:In , A,rls l
woo-sold tie,/ MeZICO. •
with the ,recen ~ ,5,d,,g1t, 1 0%n i rozung
equlpmen ana Law ants -
with responsibte twerlalid Trim Stith= nett
from Its western to sped st , Whim
unequalled thollitles • 'MO 91 or
frelcht: 00 Atte Awn - it ,
Tickets for sate as 0 n6 4 - 1 4 -
sae Caateaata • •
'Wit • ' 'OW
. . t Art '4.:414; . • I/
-.? ' • '
' ( rl B
Bu f itirta . tut . d
11011WoUrrowo1AINIIVIIIi i i AO
Depart.. *DaylExtresa...2:ls all
Southern Ex.. 41,6 u am
Wall's No. 1.. 6:30 am
Mall Trato...., S:l6 am ;
RivedAc No111.1:20 km
Chief n'tlEx Al :80 „Dm
Wall's No: L.11:51 ant
Jolutstows Ac. a:O5 pm
Rraddocks Ac. 3:40 p
Phila. Express 4:20 p
Wall's No. 8.. 4:sopm
Wall's No. 4.. 6:ospm
Fast Limo 7:30 cm
How'd Ac No 2.13:20 pro
Wall's N0.6.' 11:00 ,
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