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Orrioz OP PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
THURSDAY, May 15,, 1869.
The oil trade, compared with yester
day,' has undergone but little change one
way or the other. There is still some in
quiry for both Crude and Refined, but
the sales are mainly to cover old con
tracts, and very frequently one lot of oil
wipes out quite a number of these. Our
refiners, as a general thing, are doing
nothing, but hopes are entertained that
the market will soon be in shape to ad
mit of a real and permanent resumption ,
of business; that the prices of both crude
and refined, will be more properly bitl
armed, and that the cost of transporta-i
tion will be so adjusted as to enable
Pittsburgh to far* , and successfully
compete with other points. This all the
trade asks, no less and no more, and
they ere certainly entitled to it.
ORIIDE—The market for Crude is in
an unsettled and unsatisfactory condi
tion, as buyers and sellers generally ,
cannot get together. Refiners seem dis
posed to hold Off lo anticipation of a still
further decline, and the only buyers
just now are the shorts, whoso contracts
are about maturing, and they are
obliged to bay in order to cover. Sale
of 1,000 bbls .(40 to 45) seller 30 days,
at 14; I,ofo May (40 to 45) at 14;1200 was
paid for the privilege of delivering 2,000
bbls, any time this year, at 13. Private
telegrams from 011 City report offers to
sell at 0,25, ori cars, there, which is con
sidered equivalent to 13X, delivered
REFINED—Is dull and a little weak,
though compared with yesterday, prices
aie without quotable change. Sale 500
bbls May, last half, at 32y,; 500 each,
June, July and August. at 33: and 1,000
buyer, all year, at 35M. June is a frac
tion lower, being quoted at 32 for first
and 3234 for last half.
'Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil 40c
Eclipse Railroad Axle 35c
Eclipse Machinery 75c
Eclipse Spindle ' 80c
OIL SHIPPED Bd ST BY A. V. B. B.
MeKelvy Bro. 490 bbls refined to W. P
Logan & 33r0., Philadelphia.
Fawcett, L& S. 212 bbla refined to W.
P. Logan dr. Bro.
Liberty Oil Works, 142 bbls refined to
W. P. Logan it Bro., Philadelphia.
Locknart, Frew & Co. 608 bbls ref to
Warden, yrew & Co., Philadepbia.
StAtidard ; Co.; 333 bbla refined to
Warden, Frew it Co.; Pfdladelphia.
Jos: P. Wald, 50 bbls tar, to Slemmett
it BrO.. Dowaingtan,Yi.
W.ll3:.:Chileottt, -61) bbls tar to J. K.
Total A shipments Refined 1785
Total Shipments Tar ... .. . -"..- 100
OIL SHIPPED EAST, ? BOY ? BOY DIIQUESNE
Hutchison Oil & Refined Co., 318 bbls
ref. to Warden, Frew deto., Phila.
1 Markets by Telegraph.
Nsw YORK, May - 13.—Cottons shade
firmer and more active; sales 31,004 bales
at 28Xo for middling uplands. Flour;
receipts 10,250 bbls. without decided
change with scarcely so much doing;
there is less export inquiry to-day; sales
6,600 bbis. Rye Flour without change.
Corn IMeal quiet. Whisky in fair re
quest; sales 200 bbls western, part iron
bound, at 96®970 free. Wheat; receipts
13,502 bush; slightly favors buyers; sales
31,0001 bush at $1,47®1,48 for No. 2 spring
delivered, 11.55®1,5534 for No. 2 do de
livered, $1,5334 for winter red Illinois,
$1,65 for common white California, and
$1,90 for white western; also sales 50.000
bush No. 2 spring to arrive at $1,44.
Rye. dull; western $1,34. Barley dull.
'Corn; receipts 23,122 busht a shade firm
er for new and , I®2c better for old; sales
46,000 1 btish r at SO ®s3c !or new mixed
western, B.Bc for old do in store, 90c for
white i western and southern yellow.
Oats; receipts 29.436 bush; dull and 3®40
lower; sales 26,000 bushels at 80
®B4O for western afloat, closing at
inside price. Rice quiet. Sugar firm;
Cuba, 11 3 ,4®12c. Collee (lull. Molasses
steady at 50®550. Petroleum dull at
1630 for crude and 32c for relined. Hops
quiet... Linseed oil final at $1,05 in casks.
Spirits Turpentinequiet. Pork steady:
sales 7.50•1;tb1e at $31®31,12 for new mess;
$31.75®30,87 for old do.; $25,75®26 for
prime; $2825®28,50 for• prime mess;
also 2,000 bhis,new mess, seller, June, at
$31,12 Beef quiet.: Beef hams steady.. Cut
Meats steady/. sales 175 pgs at 123./, ©no for
shoulders; 15)(®16c for hams; middles
quiet and heavy. .I.Aardnnchanged;.sales
550 tea at 163i(g)18Xe for steam; 18 4 ®
1835 cs for kettle rendered. Batters shade
easier at 200380 for. Ohio; 25®410. for
State.. Cheese firm at 20®23c. Freights
to Liverpool firmer; =wheat per steamer
334 d offered and 4d asked. •
Latast—Flour closed• steady and quiet
for shipping brands, and dull and heavy
for all - other kinds. Wheat is dull and a
shade easier. Rye dull; $1,33 for western.
Oats heavy, unsettled and lower;,80®81c
for western afloat. Corn steady; 82®830
for new mixed western and 87%0'488 for
old mixed western in store. Pork quiet;
$3l for new mess. Beef quiet and steady.
Cut meats quiet and unohs aged. Bicon
nominal: Lard quiet at 18c for prime
steam. • Eggs quiet at 16®180.
• CHICAGO, May 13.--Eastern Exchange
firm at 1-10 discount buying,l-10 premi
um selling. Flour more active at ss©
6,1234- for spring extras. Wheat quiet
and firmer, the demand almost exclu
sively fir car lot* atsl,lB@)l,l9 for No. 1,
and $1,14€51,15 for No. 2, closing firm at
111.14 for N0..2; sales this afternoon at
11.1434. Corn quiet and • 2@)3mc higher;
sales No. 1 at 623i@65.%C; `No. 2 at 67 4 ,1@)
88c; planted at 50®503.c; new and no
grades inactive and nominal;* closing at
63®63340 for No. 1, and 57%@580 for
No. 2; nothing doing, this alteration.
Oats quiet • and unsettled;'No. 2 at
60®61g In store; closing at' 60. Rye
..filuder, sales of l'lo. 1 at $1,141i
1,151'No: 2 at 81,18; closing at $1,14M
No. L • Barley nominal- at. $1,05- for
No. 2. Highwinesquiet at 90,3‘,. New
Orleans Molasses' $101;03. Sugar - 14@
1534.' Meet Pork inactive and •held' at
$3l. , Lard held at. 1734. :Sever- pickled
hams 16.0tyi., Dry salted shoulders un
clutfird. Hogs 10@ 1 5 0 higher; 58,65(4)
9,00' derair tb' Medium; 89,1069,65 for'
goocittnchtilose Cattle. steady ac. ss,so(g)'
5,87.t0n:01M 46.124€16.90.f0r fair to me
dium;. $7,4101.47,50 for good to choice Shin*
ping . steers. Receipts - during . the, past
twetftY4fotir hours, 7,lffilibli 1160: - 82.
784 bash Nitwit; 65,684 , bush:oorn,•97,43B'
bush:oatft. i,loo.bush rye, .1,695 bush bar
1ey,15,748, hogs. : •Shipments, 12,020 bble•
Sour, 79,:461. beshsvheat, 82,639 bush corn.
47,034 ~bosh ~oats, 6,767, bush rye, 6.653
hogs. ~- FredAhts dull; Sc for wheat to Ra
ft, Lotus, May 13.--Tobacoo steady at
full; Vricell. • Cotton; nothing; doing.
Hempf !snail sales of dressed. at $2,40.
tc g o
Flour, v iy - dull; spring superfine and
extr d a 1 14,60 (3 5, do double extra at
and fall extra at $5,60@6;
Wheat inactive anff Unchanged at $1,12
for No. afti elevator, and 111.17 for No. 1;
prime to itrictly pilinf's fall 11,60©1,65,
and choice to fancy to 16 1 .8 5 @t,00. Corn
firm and unchanged at 630)60c in bulk,
Part free in elevator, and 66(4)708 in sacks.
Oats firm at 605€6843. Rye firmer at $1,20
9 1 4, Rarleyktkothing doing. Whisky
min ) id; 911aW.e., Groceries , v,ery quiet
and singed. : FrOvisions . Anil and
n° . PAPlserlitunnd,lots. are -wanted,
at iibed pans, but holders refuse to.
apt . thepricei offered. Pork so* in
"4- 1 "4 * 5 -%41.14 - 4.
„- zr -
• - , ••. •
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the smallWitioat's3l.. - thilk meattatom
inal tit 1134 c for shoulders, 14c for rib
sides, and 14%c for clear rib sides, all
loose. Bacon , nominal at 12%®13c for
shoulders, 1634®16Mc for clear rib sides,
and 163.10 for clear sides. Lard nominal
at 17y,c. Receipts: 1,600 bbls flour, 3.600
bus wheat, 35,000 bus corn, 700 bus oats,
200 bus. rye, 420 hogs.
LOUISVILLE, May 13.—Cotton quiet; low
middlings sell at 25%c. Flour steady;
sales superfine at $5®5,50; extra family,
$6,25®6,50; fancy, $8,50®9,25. Grain
quiet and unchanged—Corn, 64(41660 in
bulk. Oats. 70e. Rye, $1,45 for prime..
Cementunchanged at $1,25®1,50. Pro
visions quiet with a light demand.. Ba
con shoulders,' 1314 c; clear rib sides,
163;c; ' clear ,sid4s, 17®17%e for Peek
ell.' 'Mess Poik, $31,25®31,50. Lard, 18
@18340 in:tierces; 19M®20 in kegs. New
Orleans Bug ' , 13®15N0 for common to
choice; bar standard, 17c. Molasses,
80@b5 for ritob To choice. Rio Coffee
quiet at 20® 30 fbr commott to prime.
Hay firm wi h a good demand at 20®230
for mixed to choice Timothy. leaf To
bacco firm a d active; sales 223 litids at
138 for trash Bagging quiet at 22®23c
for 2 pouxtd;l light weight; , 16®17c. Po
tatoes very I dull at $1,25 per bbl from
store. Eggs on arrival sell at 14®150.
Crxelitick r, May 13.—Flour in better
demand, fir er and-250 higher; family
$6,25®6,510. beat . firmer and rather ;
higher; sales o. 2 red at $1,35®1,36, and
No. 1 at $1,43: Corn firm at 63c for sound
ear; mixed white 67®66. Oats 68 ®72c,
latter rate for choice white. Barley
nominally unchanged. Cotton quiet but
steady at 27®27Nct for middling. To
bacco in good demand at 40c; sales 3,209
hhds at 54,05®19,25. Whisky in good
demand at 95c; many ask 96c; stock
light. Provisions drooping; holders met
buyers more freely and , more done.
Mess Pork sold to the extent of 250 bbls
at $30,50. Balk Meats sold at 11%0 for
shoulders, and 16c for clear. rib aides.
250 tea. city, Lard sold at 17yc. Butter
unchanged; fresh made 3437 c. Eggs
17c. No change in Oils or Groceries.
Gold 13734 buying. Exchange steady at
par to 50 premium buying, and 1.10 pre
mium selling. The Money market is
MILWA.IIRKE t May 13,—Flour is dull
and nominally unchanged. 'Wheat dull
and lower at $1,17% for No. 1; $1,13 for .
No. 2. Oats nominal at 83c. Corn dull and
lower at 50©60c. New Rye's nominal at
$1,13 for No. 1. Barley is nominally tut
changed. Freights are dull and nominal
at 53i0 to Buffalo; :110 to Oswego. Re
ceipts—Flour, 4,000. bbis; Wheat; 68,000
bush& : Shipments--04000 Ude' Flour;
44,000 btuths Wheat. -•
Cr..gvEr..awD, , May• 18,—Plonr market
quiet bat a shade firmer, and rather more
inquiry for city made and well estab
lished country brands. Corn sales, 1 car
No. lat 70.3; 1,800 bushels very chorea
No. lat 710. Oats held at 70c. Rye held
at $1,30@1,85 for No 1 ; $1,25®1,28 for
No. 2., Petroleum dull and lower; re
fined held at 28@29c on the spot in car
lots for standard white.
MEmPins, May 13.—Cotton firm at 271‘
®2731c ; receipts of 233 bales ; exports,
700 bales. Flour dull; superfine. $5,00
per bbl. Corn 70@72c per bush. Oats
720 per bush. Pork 531,50 per barrel.
Lard 1819%c yer lb. Bacon steady ;
shoulders 133. c; sides 1734 c. Bulk meats
shbulders 123cfsides 163 c. - HayV7.
DETROIT, May 13.—Wheat; receipts of
4,000 bushels; the market is firm; extra
white, $1,78©1,80; No. 1 do, 51,60; No. 2
do, $1,38; .No. 1 amber, $1,41@ 1 ,42. Corn,
68c. Oats,-68c for St ate. Mill Stuffs—
Bran, 20. Coarse Middlings, 22c, and
fine do. 27c.
Sr. Lome, May I.3.—dattie steady, with
a small business at 334@7c per gross.
Hogs quiet and unchanged at 7@9yo.
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD
CLMVETAND .1121 D P/TTELBURELIit R.A.IT -
Rom), , May 13.-1 car stone, J L L
Knox; 2do limestone ore, McKnight &
Co; 9 do do, McKnight, Porter & Co; 2
do do, Zug & Co; 1 car. shingles, W W
Higdon & Co; 1 do blooms, 1 do brick,
Park Bros; & Co; 100 bbis lime, Camp
bell, Jones & Co; 100 bbls flour, W
Brall & Co; 20 bbls oil, Hays & Stewart;
20 do dci, M DeLange; 22 do do, G H An
derson; 36 bgs potatoes, Thos Kennedy;
11 hhds bacon. 1 bbl eggs, J J Pettit;' 14
bales husks, WF & Geo Noble; 4 bgs
rags, Keil & Rltchart; 2 bbla eggs, A L
Cramer; 3 bbla winei.ll Zimmerman; 13
sks rags, Christy •& Benham; 5 casks
cider, Bruggermarr& O'Brien:. 4 do do;
H Riddle; 4 do do, Morrison & D; 4 casks
cider. P Duff &Son; Lusk ware, A Cole:
man & Bro; Ido do, A Deihl; 3 rolls
leather, :D Chestnut-A Co; 2 bbls eggs,
Atwell & Lee; 10 do oil, Graff, Byers &
Co; 8 do-eggs, W H Graff & Co;- 2 do do,
W H Kirkpatrick & Co; 1- bbl eggs, 6
tubs butter, 1 kg lard, Voigt, Mahood &
Co; 17 Casks copper, C O Hussey & Co; .5
hhds sugar, J Wilson
.& Son; 50 bbls
D 81y,.4k. Co; 13 acks rags, McCullough, S
& Co. •
PITTSBURGH, FORT WATNB • Cm.
OAGO RAILROAD, May 13.-2 cars ore,
Bryan it Caughey; 102 bdls hides,. Boyd,
dt Co; 25 bbl bulk hams, 1 car bulk
shoulders, Sellers it Co; 50 bbls flour,
Keil & .Ritchart; 1 car mfddliogs, Culp &.
Shepard; 200 bble flour, Kirkpatrick At
Co; 200 do do, Shomaker it It, 700 do do,
owners. P 100 do do, 59 , has cheese, Watt,
Lang dt 73 do do, W Wolcott; 21 bbls
white lead, Boomer, B & Co; 0 do apples
H Rea Jr; 1 car lumber, J Nan% 1 do do,
J J ClWesple; 11 bzi.cheese, Ewart & Co;
19 do do, H Riddle; ,5 do do, Kirkpatrick
it Co. 15 ska rags, Godfrey & Clark; 8 do
do, Christy at B; 74 Ins cheese, Loughrey
A Waldorf; 308 galls stoneware, P Mee/t
-hug; 1 car rye, W .1 Meek; 48 hides, 0 N
Hoffstott; 150 bbls carbon oil, Johnston dt
Paine; :1 caroute, Scott Gisoll 2 pkgs
bacon,.Voigt, & -Co; 1 ear hayi 0
ALLECRERAT VALLEY RAILROAD,'
May 18.-last metal, John Moorhead; 2
do do, Reap,- Gralt & Dull; 1 do
Brown it Co 470 bbls oil, Fisher & Bro;
_,'; Hammett it Son; 160 ' bbls
cruddoll. Spray Ref '4 Storing C0;;10
pkgs rags , E,Hearleton; 2 Ws' aggs, C.
Seidenstrick;,l9 bgs rye,'Gay Welithr
90 sks °sta.:Kelt & Welsh; 9 do rye;
Scott & Gisal; 'lO bbli; eggs,'T, J Blanch
ard;ll.sks rags, ,I t imes, - 1 car Mine,
D L Reynolds; 8 bbls egg s.A box butter,
W lit*as; Maks corn, ,Tonston, Maar
land itCe;'l2 Cara rallrdad irob, TL,Thw
ettl 80 bbls4sll, Lickhart Frew _& Co; 8
bbls 'tallow; Geo Beare railroad.
pA!Cartbenter; 17 aka 048, 'George
Madman; 8 bbls eggs, timid & Metagar:_
PITTSBURGII ClNOlNtikil AND ST.
Louis RAILROAD; Mav - 18,:,--117 bus bar
ley, F Schield% 'l2O do pititatoes,'ldeanor
dt bbls d% Robb &Mar eke do, W
T Millen) 7 ,pkgsJ hides, J. Gallagher;.lo
bbls apples, J A.Grag; s fi, esSealard,
LipPfneotti,sciloo;hame, J Lippincott; 1
do shoulders; Mbna & Co; 1 do hams, E
H Myers & 2( do beef; J A Renshawf
15 do ; lard, J S Parker; I oar middlings.
H Schnelbach; I do staves,•W Hastings;
3 do, do, Painter & t3on;L do oats,J W
Simpson .10 oases;wino, W Miller; ;100
bbls flour,.Sehomaker L; 10 tea - lard, 5
bbls 011. Watt, L & Co; 1 car scrap irony
W J Hammond; 10 cases lard, 2.tes saus
age, Hays it Son.
ALLEGHENY STATION/ fMaY +: /Art
car wheat, M.'Kee at:Go; 1 do linaseiT 4 9 Lb•
dell: '1 do staves, J. 151 Hemphill; 5 cars.
metal, Pitts Iron & Yorge Co; OA°•ore,
Richey, Hdt co; 1 do hay. .3 Hipp/0Y; 1
do staves, Ralya it Robertson; 2 do metal,
.141, Chalfant .4 Co: 8 do. do, Lewhio
4 1-Dalaall; philia toba ooo .'HAN
Jen neon; 7 bales tow, 'Exempts, 4por„
17 'bip oats, Rose & Bwing.
The river is still receding 'steadily at
this point with four feet eight inches in
the channel by the Monongahela marks
last evening. We had several, fine
showers which laid the dust and cooled
the atmosphere, but they' are not likely
to have any influence on the river.
The Kenton from Portsmouth is the
only arrival we have to report. She will
depart to-day at 4 P. 11. 4
Business continues dull, the offerings
of freight for all points being
. light, and
steamboating. begins to look a little bine,
as ikwill not pay to go out with half a
cargo at present prices, and there is not
sufficient water at present for a boat to
leave, here fully loaded.
The Emma N 0.3, Capt... 1.13. Marratta,
will positively leave to-day for New Or
leans, and passengers and shippers
should bear in mind that she goes clear
Capt. Frank Marrittte was in the city:,
yesterday. His boat, the Robt. Burns, is
laid np at Cincinnati... , .
The Camelia • departed forT
last evening with a fair trip. •
The R. C. Gray. -Capt. Whittaker; will
take her departure for Cincinnati and
Louisville this evening withontlfail, and
shippers should bear this in- mind.
Messrs. Blood and Carpenter are associ
ated together in the office.
—Lou Burback, pilot, late of the Tem
pest. left that boa above Yankton. 29
miles, May 6th, in i skiff; met Sallie on
the 6th at Jim River; Mollie 'Ebert and
Berthsoti the same day 15 miles below;
Columbia that evening below Kate
Stoinney Bend. Silver Lake No, 4 on
the 7th abeve Punker ferry, and Colos
sal on the 7th above Sioux City.
—The Kate Putnam was to haVe left
St. Louis for Pittsburgh on. Wednesday,
and the Wauanita was advertised to
leave Cincinnati the same ,day for this
—The Armadillo left St. Louis for
Pittsburgh on Tuesday. She brought
down the Upper Mississippi over 2,600
—Capt. David White is suing five luau
ranee companies of Cincinnati for $25,000
—the amount of insurance on the
steamer Imperialairansferred to him af
ter the destruticKtof boat, The suits
will conie•up this month.
—The St. Louis Repub/ican of Tuesday
says: There are: three towboats• and
twenty barges lying at Iron Tile, waiting
for me. We were informed yesterday
that ore was corning in more Plentifully;
it Is hoped so at any rate.
—Capt. Henry Symnies' new moun
tain packet, Utah, is turning out to be a
awift steamer. She passed three boats
anderway, between St. Louis and Han
—The Columbia, en route to Fort Ben
ton arrived at Sioux City on the 4th and
left the 6th. -
—Sunday week the steamship Golden
Fleece soled from Mobile, to. Liverpool,
with 5,350 bales of cotton on board, 800
tons of coal, her 'draft being 21 feet 6
inches by 23 feet,
—Capt. E. B. Martain, so long and
favorably known in North Alabnm aa an
honest man and worth citizen, died and.
dimly from apoplexy in Chicago, Ili., on
the 'id inst.• He was a citizen oeilorence
for thirty years, and was one orthe pion
eers of steamboating on the Tennessee
—Several business men of Evansville
are now negotiating for the purchase of
a portion of the Norman for the Evans.
villa and White River trade.
—The reconstructed New State made a
successful trial trip, at Wheeling on Sat
—The short line packets between Du
buque and St. Pam are reducing expen
ses. The Hawkey° aut down the wages
of her cabin crew from 130 to 120 per
month, whereupon the indignant crew
departed; to hunt more lucrative em
—A letter from the clerk of the Silver
Lake No. 4, dated at Sioux City, May 4.
says: Steamer Silver Lake No. 4 left St.
Louis. April 22, with 100 tuns freight for
Fort Benton and about 80 tuns of lower
freight; took on 25 tuna of Benton freight
at tn. Joe, and 15 tuns at Omaha. We
arrived Pere to-day at noon.. Time from
St: Louis to Sioux City, eleven days and
a half. We are taking seventy-five tuns
freight for the N. W. T. Co. on board to
day, and proceed on our way up the
riser to-morrow, having in all two hun
dred and fifteen Inns of mountain
freight. Steamers Columbia and Colossal
are in port here.,
gliTer ana Weather.
EBY Telegraulk to the Pittsburgh 6szette.l
Lotnaviwt,May 13-River fal t ltng with
8 feet 9 inches in the Cabal thls'elvefilng.
Weather' unsettled with an occasional
BANK , FOR SAVINGS.
Formerly the DIME SAVINGS lIIHMIITION
No. 07 Fourth Street.
NZAILLY Orroenz Tun BAN' or. /Wrest:atom
CHARTERED IN 11103.
OPEN DAILY from 9 to 4 o'clock, and on
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY EVENING
from May Ist to November Ist, from. to g
o'clock. and from liove . pber Lit to May Ist, 0 to
Boots of By-Laws, de., furnished at the office.
This Institution especially offer to'those whose
earnings are limited the oppoetualtrlo,accurnu•
late, by small deposits, easily saved, a sum which
will be a mouse - when neededould bearing in.
terest instead of remaining uniza t e a re.
- .BOARD OF WAN
' GEORG,/ A. BERRY.
H. H. HARTMAN, 1 JAMES PARE, JR.
BECUXTAILY AMA TaikSlliiili.
,• . D.' E. McIIINLEY
A. BRADLEY, . WM. e. manor,.
A. S. BELL, P. RAHM,
JORN . &DILWORTH, JOSHUA RAMSES,
G. OLLANSBEE IWIN SCOTT'
J .1,4 ORAHAM Ir R. O. SCHMERTZ,
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ar• B. ltaioa.
EMMA No. 3 Capt. JAS. MAILLTTA.
Will lesie as abcit - e. THIS DAY, the 14th ha., it
12 o'clock. • • .
For rrdalat or patssge apply on boar d or so
Fi &Oi. , cuLIaNGwi!.LOD, Agents,
NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS.
FOR NEW 'ORLEANS,
I. GALVESTON', .itROW NS
VILLE, Texas—lbe 'new aud stauneh-bullt
MA.TAMORAS.No.I... .• .Capt.R. DALzELL,
Wlll leave..as above on THURSDAY, t.e2oLb
Fortnight or paisage apply onboard or to
mya PLACE &.COLLINGWoOD. Agents.
INCINSFATL Alin 'LOUISVILLE
FOR CINCINNATI and
R. C. BEAM -. Capt. lI.A.AC WHITTAKER,
Will leave for the above points THIS DAY, May
14th,- and-sblppers should bear.this la minu.
b'or (reign; or rassage app W ly on hotr.l, or to
- FLACK. , a COLLINDOOD,
R ST. LOUIS, 1i.E07
AgGitFRIM. DUBUQUE and ST,
PAUL—The ateamer •
MADOIR MAYS • Capt. B. C. MattnN,
Will leave for the above porta on SATURDAY,
the 15th hurt.. at 4 o'clock P. N.
For freight or passage apply On board or to
IFLACIa. COLLINOWOOD,A ante.
ra j "1869 •
NORTMEN - LINE -. PACK. TS ,
St. Louis to Keokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALL IS lERMEDIATE PORTS.
One of the splendid SidewheeiSteamers of this
Line will leave St. Louts da ly for Keokuk,D ven
pert, Dubuque, Winona, Stillwater anu St. Paul.
Through receipts for Freight and Passengers
will be given to all points oh the Upper Iditsis
sissippi on steamers runniti; 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. D. COLLINGWOOD,
Agents, or to
B. C. GRAY,.
mh7/1:g22 91 Water staeet.
DlTTSRURChligadr i g
WilltrLlNG AND PAIL
KENSBUK% • LlNE:—Leave Companra 'Wharf
seat, root ufWoon Street. daily at DIY, RED-•
NESDATEI and SATURDAYS, .• '
**HAY itAtil.r. 0. Li Bwitzmur.
freight will be received at all hours by
JAALES CciLLINK. - • •
FLACK CoLLI!GIVOOD, •
. Aguas. .
Folle WIIEELING.i d dr u e
AND CINCINNATI. -
Leaves Pittsburgh EVERY TUESDAY. 15 M.
Leaves Cincinnati EVERY FRIDAY-4 P. M.
The swift and superb Sidewheel Steamer ST.
MARYS, T. D. SWEENEY, Commander, will
leave as annnunced above. •
Iforneight or Passage apply on board, or to
FLACK & COL LI NOWOOD, or
COLLINo & BARNES, Age ts.
N. B.—No Freigla received onToes - day alter
11A. M. hZ
TO LIVERPOOL AND
TUE INMAN MAIL STEAMSHIPS
Numbering sixteen frit-class vessels, among
m , be celebrated
CITY OF PAitlb, CITY OF ANTI'S Erp,
CITY OF BOSTON, CITY OF BA.LTLMORE,
CITY OF . LONDON,
Wittig EVERY SATURDAY, from Pier 45,
rth River, New York. For oassagc or further
informs:ion *nolo to
WILITaIi BINGHAM, ,tr.
YB7JFTR frrICEST: tebronicLe
esets oemptite Post (me., rwishnrAll
. 0 "/NOWW/MOWINWO
WILLLCURKILLER R CO.,
Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty Street.
Oomer. of Irwll, now offer to the trade at low
Mini New Croi t h o 'ew Orleans Sugar and
Porto Rico, Cuba and English I
Baltimo sland Sugars.
New York, yhthidelphla and re Re-
Golden Drilla, Loverings, Brunlls. Stuart',.
Adams' and Long Island byrups.
Porto Rico, Cuos and English Island Molasses.
Young Hyonn,. Japan, imperial. Gunpowder
and Oolcng Teas.
Carolina and BaliStoin Mee.
Java, Laguayra and to Coffees.
Tobacco. Lard 011. Fhb, Nails, Gloats, Soaps.
Cotton Yarns, An., constantly on band. j
Fine Brandies,Wines and Segars.
gbenlab,Moselle, and Sparkling Hock Wines
of Hinsel.& Co.. In bottles.
_ • .
Sparkherr Moselle, Sobarsberg - and Jobatuds•
burg, Hookbelmer, Burgundy, ,te.
. Brandenburg I ]Freres' Pine Olive Oil.
• do do Clarets, imported In bottles.
do do W hlte Wines. In bottles.
M. Wort k Sons' Sparkling Catawba.
Fine old auerlidelra and Port Wines.
Free Old Mo ngsnela Rye Whiskies, Dore.
. do Very perlor Old Sooteb .do do.
Sole Agents Am Moat & Cbandon's Grand. Tin.
Versenay and Bellery Champagne. ,
Bmndles Of On: own selection and warranted.
• 24143 .
2,000,000 . ACRES • OF
CHOICE :LABIA FO-R SALE.
Union Pazillc,itailioad compluky,
• EgiiTERV DIN I II3IOII,
Lying along the line of their rood. sU •
• $l,OO TO $6,00 PER AURA ,
And on s CREDIT OF PIPE IritAßB.
For ;hither pertletilars, maps. go, ' satiress'
' • ' ihsvEgEtrx
Lauda ommiiiioner. ToPeksvKalgas.:.
V• 746 * LAI/M4W Oi ,tiee l , : i l :l:::l
St. Lout,. Mitionfrii'",
I •9(. 'i 11.-11; i- , ,i 1 : 1 city .r . :
c 1 It • - ,i; -, ;,. 11. ~.. -, ...if;:.--;
- , [t. ti" .1. .The. iir 1 • e . , ! - -1
ROOFING' SLATE OF VARIOVV - ` -
~ , , ,
Qualities and - C o lors.or
re, Vi ai rt ri ta n tt g l e sf at s e tte roo nt ro lo , d l /11, or r ri es ar t a o c l u s wa ying an Sl d ate priers and ,
' . : - . J. 8. ZiEValltii,
, , 1
No. 4a Seventh Avenue,
mb3l:gtd • • PITTBBMIGIIi,'PI.
UTTEIL-10 Boxes '- ,- Fredi
jj Data l!OU'nettter last reesiv•il by Opreaa.:
• • 4 * 1.14. 101 Tim ay .up,=
J 9lo.bb • tos
y We 07 J . aexinwo.
'nit; - 1.11031 CI 'Y
MUTUAL 1,1 E 'INSURANCE CO.
Office, 75 Federal St., Allegheny City.
Hon. JA .ESL GRAHAM ,
Capt. It. ROBINSON,
Rev. A. K. BELL, D.D. •
Rev. S. D.D.,
W. A. B. ED. cJaslder Allegheny Trust Co.
JACOB RUSH. Real Estate Agent,
81110 N DAUM. alayk..Of Allegheny,
C. W. BENNY. Llagter,
A. S. BELL. Attorney-at-Law,
D. L. PATTEBSON,Lond*r 3lerchant,
D. swotygir. Insurance Agent.
Capt. RouT. ROBINSON, President.
Rev. J. B. CLA D. D., Vice President,
JACOB RUSH, Secretary,.
C. W. BENNY. Treasurer.
31. W. WHITE. AILIDICAL ADVISEE.
DANIEL SWOGER, Deng Agent.
This is a nome company. conducted on - the Inutdal
orlnclpio, each policy holder receiving an equal
share of the profits of the Company. Policies
will be Issued on all the different plane of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an economi
cal basis will afford a safe investment to each
policy holder, and thereby retain the money at
home to encourage home industry. mh29:g33
B EN FEANELIN
INSURANCE' COMPANY, -
OF ALLEOHENT P.
OFFICE IN FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK
No. 41 Ohio Ot., Allegheny.
A HONE COMPANY, managed by.Directore
wet. known to the community, who trust by fair
deaUnk to merit a. share or your patronage.
Oliko. D. RlDDLM;.....«.......Secretary•
. • DIRERTOBB: •
fient7 Irwin,. 'D. L. Patterson,
&eo. R. Riddle, Jacob Franz,
'Simon:Drum, J. B. Smith,
W. M. :Stewart, Ch. P.LWhiston,
Jos. Lantnez, R. J. Zinkand,
. R. E.
INSURANCE - COMPANY O
No. SS Fifth AVIDIIIIO. Second Floor,
N. J. Rigley,,ll.W.oliver, jr;lCapt.M.Balley,
Dan'l Wallace, P 3 H. Hartman.LA—. Cbambers,
Jake Rill. •IS. • , ,Jle. M; bailey.
Thomas Smith., , Juo.S. Willeck, I . • ,
ROBERT KIN% Preiddent.
JNO. F. JEN NINGS..Vise President.. -
JOS. T. JOHNSTON,'Secrecary;
Capt. R. J. GRACE. Genli Agent.
Instiree on Llbera/ 1,-- L e renno: on all ,Fire
- and Marine • Risks.
pENNSYLVANL4. : •
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PIIIIIO,IIIOH
OFFICE. : Nd. 15T3 WOOD . BTB.EZT,. RANH
OF COMMERCE BUILDING. • •
TDL'la • R01:611 ' compinr, and inaires.agalluil
lost by Fire exclusively. , r
LEONARD WALTER, •Presidens. 1
C. C. BOYLE Vice President. ,
ROBERT ATRICE; Treasurer.- - -
HUGH N.r..F.LRENt. Eecretary. . '
r- George Wbson. f
Geo. W. Evans,
J. C. Lappe, •
J. C. Fleiner, _
A. Ammon. •
Leonard Walter. •
C. C. Boyle
Jas. H. Hopkins, -
AGAINST LOSS BT FIRS.
FRANKLIN INSURANCCCO.OF PHILADELPHIA,
oiTick,, 438 a 437 CHESTNUT ST., ncar SILL
DIUCTOES. • •
Chaste. R. Banter, Mordecai 11. - Lciais
Tobiaa Wagner, David S. Brown,
/Sloane! Grant.- lsaac Lea, •
Jacob R. : Edward C. Dale,
ceorge W. Richards. George pales.
CHARLES G. BA.NCKER, President.
EDW. C. DALE, Vice President. '
W. C. TELE,
Secretary,eiro teat. 1
J. GARDNER COFFIN,
Forth est corner Third and Wood Streets.
Cor. Federal St, and Diamond, Allegheny,
Office, In the SECOND. NATIONAL BANK
W. W. MARTTN. President, ' -
JO rtSl BROWN.. JR., Vice President,
JAMES Z. liTkVitticiON. Secretary.
i r . mute .i. o so: . .. -
John A. yler; Jae. LSiothart. Jos. Myers`
Jas.L.Graham. RobertrLea; C. C: Belie
Jno. Brown,Jr. George Gaut, Jacob /sop ,
0.11 Pid Shams J - no. - Thoitipson $. McNang 'er.
OF TITTSOIMiIIi, PA.,
Offloo, No. 424 PENN Err.,
(lx NATIONAL TRIM CO. sumanw.) •
Robt., Liddell; NV.!.T. Friday,.
C. Van Buren; P. Kirsch,
J. Oangwiacta ' , Mali. !Siebert.
J. Welder, P. Schlldeeker.
K. H. Myers,'
L. J. Blanchard,
H. MYERS, President.
GRIER; TreasUrer. -
fel9: J. J. A.
ASTERN INSURANCE COM.
Arr lZ PITTSBURGH. .- • • ,
w A DER MLR" Preoldtmt.. -
WM. r. BE T. Secretary.
OAPLO n MelttiE 11, timers! Agent.
. °Moe, it Water street, Bpang i Clo. 'a Warn.
home, u Maim, Pittsburgh.. . . - . .
Will In -againet-MI- - kindo Of Fire and Ma.
rine Bioko. A home Institution, managed .by Di
rectors who are well Known to the Community,
and who an determinedby p romptness liber.
May to maintain the .which they have
mourned, as offering thofbea protection to thou
who deans Sol* ineared..., 1 i , , . . -
Alazanderlikalet t , '.' •aorili /C e.
R. Miller, Jr., ' ' Chas. J. Clark e,
James Manley, . . ', :Willltial. Drank'
Alamandler, Speer,,, Joandi „ Kirkpatrick,
Andrew Aeliltati„ . , ... 1 panDpßeymer ,- •
David M. Long,
.• ' Wia. Moreton,
D. ihinae.y...., . ~' ! • ~,, ..111 '.. ~. '... nap.
olvioz, awns wpov s ritrriontse
'A dad aparauttilklitt lireand Iffitino Maki
a i l tit - '1 E eipt444itai L:
Oar' - - stub
T. HOBHIN ~ i
DlElCrOnie: • I
Twenn,Jr., 0, L. Babnestock
Hoistinson, " w.* H. Evervon,
O. G. _Hussey, • Robert
Harvey ()Ude. Francis believe,
Charles Haigh cant. d. T. Elwerdele.
Capt. Wm. Dean, T. H. Nevin. . .
TN•THE 'COURT OF QUARTER
A; SESSIONS, or Allegheny ponnty._ ,In. the
wetter of the v aeatfon*f Canton street, 'May V,
1860. Petition. of freeholders. prevented. and,.
oh. motion °VA. Bfw Brown, Attorrier for yeti
tlorrera, rule granted to show ewe wbl Csulonk
Ltreet, from umegterre street to ttle 1IInilit•
ela river, In inc. wera r/ttabargn,
should not n• °Weed and illettea asp x
aolli:04411or Anwar's/ Potitleti,m
rirttotiuhGEJ,_ FORT Y & UHWAtie
P. W. and CLEVELAND &PITTSBURGH
From May 9th, 1869, trains will leave from
and arrive at the Union Depot, north side, Pitts.
burgh cl=e, as follows:
Chicago Ea:.... :6S a In!
Erie & Ygn Er.7:284
Cl. & Wh"g3119:13 m
Chicago Mall- B:SS a m
Chicago Ex.'...9:43 a m
Wh'gßx 51:08p m
Chicago Ex., 15:23 pm
W'e &Erie Ex4:3B pm
Depart Irma .41teghersg.
Bea'r Falls Ac.8:58 a m
Leetsdale :! 10:03 km'
" 11:58 aro
Rochester " 1:2 8
8 p m
Leetsdale ACc.5: LB ppm
Bea , rFaLts " .6:13 p m
Leefsdae "10143 pm
Fatr Oake Sun
day Church. 1:10 p
12403 D. m. Chi
Gen'l Ticket, Amen
aIL Itrti E or
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
THE riNLY•DIRECT noirrr, TO THE OIL .
REGIONS WITHOUT CHANOIC OF DADS.
(tn and after MONDAY. May 3d. 1869 TWO
THBOIIOII TILAINS DAILY (except Sunday)
will leave Pittsburgt Depot, corner of Elev
enth and Pike streets, ftr Franklin, Oil City,Buf
filo., and all points in tl e Oil Regions.
LEAVE zi . rxemrnsaa..lAll.lllV_ firrirtßstraWr
Day Ex Sioo a miDay s:llipm
Nlifbt Ex.. ..
7:30 pm i Night Ex 6:30 am
Brady's BAc 3:15 p mlßradys Ac 10.15 am
let SodaW 'kg 9:45 a m lit SodaW`its 1:40 am
2d Soda Wilts 0:30 p miS d SodaWks 6:16 pta
lit Hulton.. 6:45 am' Ist Halton.. R:150 a m
3d Hu1tm...12:00 in 110 !Talton— 2.00 p m
3,1 Hutton... 11:00 pm 3d Halton... l:05 p m
Arnold's Ac. 5:00 p m 'Arnold's Ac. 7:40 p m
Chitral train to and from Soda Works leave
Ptttsburgb at 1:10 P. M. Arrive at Pittsburgh.
(Sun days, ) at '9 50A. H.
Express trains stop only at principal points.
Accommodation trains stop at all stations
J. J. LAViBENOw, venal Stip%
THOMAS M. KING. Ault. amp%
t" ENNSYL V A
NIA CENTRAL RAIL
R AD. On and after Aprll2sthi 1869, Traing
will arrive at and depart from the Union Depot,
corner of Washington and Liberty streets, as
Arrive • De _
Mall Train.... .
1:25 am .Day Expreposs rt .. .
Past Line 1.45 am Soutnern 4.1.0 ant
Wail's No. 1..6 20 am Walla N 0.12: 6:3oam
BrintonA.cc"n. 7:50 am Mall Traln,-.- 8: le am
Wall's .No. 2.. 8:50 am liow , dA4 Nollti:20 am
Cincinnati Ex'.9:lo am •Cinclnli. Ex:12:30 pm
Johnstown Ac t0:33 am Wail's No. 2..11:81 sal
How'd A° Not 1:10pm JolinstOwn Ac. 3:05 pm
PittslPeb NY, 1:30 pm Braddocks Ac. 3:40 p
Phila. •ExpresEl•so pm Phila. Rl.presa4:2o p
. Wall's No. 3.-51;50 twit's No. 3.. 46:50 pm
Braddock Ac.. 5150 pm Wall's No. 4.. 6:05 pni
'Roved Ac No 2 9:35pm •Past`Line I:3opm
Wall's No. 4. 7410 pm How'd so No2.8:10 pm.'
Way Passn , r 10:20 p.m WalPs.il oi• S. 11:00 um
•These trains make - close connection . st Harris- - -
burg for Baltimore. . • • .) •
The Church Train leaves Walls Station every
Sunday at 9:05 a. m., reaching PULE:burghs
10:05 , a. mi• Returning, leaves. Pittsburgh &
12:50D.." and err!, ee at' Walls •Station
2:10 p. in.. .
• •Citiclnhati iiipreis leaves' daily. All othe
trains daily except Smiday., .
For-further information apply.to
W. U. BECSWITH, Agent. •
TbePentitylvanialt Cry willttot
acme any risk forßagitagg, laze for wearinf l z s i
parel,and limit their responsib By to One ua..
dre. Dollars in value. Ali Baggage' - extee
tbs t amount in valuei , :wlll beat the risk Of , the'
owner. !Weal taken by special-contract. •
- EDWARD' IL WILL
app General Superintendent, Altoona , lii, .r.
- 8 Ar
RA.LROAD.—On and after April 25th,1669, the -
Pt.dsenger TrainiOn the Westerti•Penntrylvania
Rat. road will • arrive At •and depart from the
Feder.l Street Depot, Allegheny G'
De ity„ as follows: •
.Arries. . port.
Rpringdte No16:40 it'm I Mail - 1:00a .
FreeporrNo. I Si2o &MI Freeport No. 19:510 ani
Express.... 10:40 ato ISharplal/Mol 11:20 ata
Sharpb , g No.11:20 p m: Express. 2:50 pm
Freeport N0.74:00 pmrSgringdte No13:30 pm
Mail 5:50 pm F.reeport N0.25:20 pm
Springd'eNoll3:26lYmft3nringd'e No 26 30" p M
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday;
• The Churn 'Train leaver Allegheny 'Junction
every Sunday at 7:4 R eturni ngaching Allegheny
City at ta. leaves Allegheny
City at 1:30 p, m, and arrive at Allegheny June.
Lion at 3:40 p. m.
. COmmerriVall llcsarrs—For sale in packages ••
oil Twenty,,between Allegheny City, Qbestnut
street,. Itelet ,s .:Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and
Sharpsburg and good only on the trains stopping ,
at Stations rpeelled on ttelmts..l . _
The trains leaving Allegheny City at T:00 a.
make direct connection at Ereepotl.withWal.
kers line of Stages for Butler and Usaanah..tawn.
Through tickets may berptfrchased- at thr
No. ISt Clair street, near the SuspenrionEridge.
Fittsbur, h, and at the Depot. AllegnettY. •
For further information apply ‘ to._
JAMES ,LEFFERTS, Agent.
• Federal Street:Deride
The Western Fennsylvaltil Railroad will not
a, mine any nail iorßaggage,mtp:r..far wearing
Wupwa:lVd and limit t : ti v e guer P° All ipil
ba g gage ex e -
reeding tt.is amount in value willtre at th e a risk se
the owner, unless taken by special contraot; '
apZ General Sunerintendent. Altoona. Fa.
CINCIN NATI AND
LOITD3 RAILWAY. - .
DAN HANDLE EOVTL •
CHANGE tiP TINE . . - -Lonlautt-after2dONVAY.
April AGO, 1869, trains will leave and arrive at
tu. Union Depot. as Collown: • • • --•
Deparf . Arrsisd.
Mall-• 2:98 a. m. 19:13 a.
Fast, .. ... 9.43 a. ni. 7:13 p. _ m,
Express - 0:37p. m. 4:33 a.
Mixed keen., -15:4,d m, MeDontMe Aeen,No:lll.:43i. in. 18:19 a. m.
Steubenville Au:o=mnd. 3:58 p. sa l. 11:33 a. m
MeDonalkl Acen. No. 2 5.20: o, n•ve n. m.
Sunday Church Tratril.- 1A:158 - 0.-la. 9:58 a. m.
Mr 0:33 r. • .
„ lekri-e' • -"
10:13 r. M. train will arrive daily.
' An other trains Will•run daily. sunasys4xiept.,
ed. Mae 0:43, a. m. Train makes des° qua.
neetions at Newark tcr
B. F. SOULL, General Agent, . •
'• W. W CARD, BAWL. Bteobenv4le; 0121.0.
FITTSBURGH & W a ismanz
CONNEbLIS V L
On aiiil after TifE,DAY, Noyember
last; trains will arrive at and depart from tts •
Depot corner of Grant and Water 'street', itit
andfrtimiltilon- Depart .
wwn. . .1:00 A. K. 6:00 P. Y.
.MOBeesPOrtAoComdt'n 11:00 A. H. 51:08 P. K.
Ex. 10 UK Er= lIKLIK. 1:0 0 P.1.31'.,1,0:1104,04.?
West Newton Acoont'd - :30 P. K. 8:35 A. W.
BrandoekViteeomitt!n., ' tkls p.at.. 7:50 7. K.
Night Ae. toMeK , S .10:30 P. at.• 6:45 A. ,
Sunday ettureh Tram t 4. . .
and from West Newton 1:00 P M. 10:00 A.
dos tlekett apply en -
E. M. RAYMOND, Agent
W.D.'STODY, Sunerincondeat. moat
3HOEMIttiT AND .AtOliT„ RELIABI
BO vim teem the Zeit tt• all points in
coiw*4o t ,
• 1 calisonda t tli3Ohali, >• • -
' ,•.• New INexicef :=ldaho,:..
' • 0 n.
' Ten Trains leare.Staterne anslirrentrOrth
sially A r a istn i t t sts excepted, on 'begat al of train"
of 'P a. Mtn* :.f
'hal an Bt. Joe =woad from eider. connect%
ino et ijAllircoei; 3 TOpeldt [An PsW Mtge; with.
ler au Dolma in HAnsas, At end Of
tract wear -- or - icraphnsth 'UNITED
tiparsi tt o ki t M o VlN;4l l l ll .ithati t i
COMJEUES 70E „ , ,
T/Zirf WM; BALM
AU •„ •
,-• !)..1!•;, • •
And with fitapir.l4Blsl4 , lll ' •
of COACH/Mint /ore Union, Setitro Fort, Pau.'
jubuquhrgsle, Banta Fe, 'snit a ll
_points in Art.
tons and New Ittasioo. • , ‘. l „,
With the recess _Additions - , ,
and equipment , and the arrangement' z e ni t t
with l e 'Remand' Overland Transportation }l. ea
front its western terminal; this road nolf - o Sr.
mewl:Med - nuollatire ,fer theCtransapplan
freed to the 7ar Welt, sv.z.
Tickets for We) at' At principal 'ollieen
the United States and Canadu
Be 5 j 7,4 via THE OWE
HILL AO 1 . 4 uknoy . parr us
Aiwa. Di ~ -
Chicago Ex.,.1:58 a in
Chicago Ex..12:03 p m
Wheeling Ex.10:48 a in
St. Louts Ex 7:08 pm
Chilgo Ex&214:08 p m
leveland Ex 3:53 p in
Erie & Ygln Ex 5:118p in
pl. &Whlirl Es6:s3pm
Arrive fii Allssassil
'lLeetsdale &c..6:518 am
Bca'r Falls " 8:38 am
New Castle "10:913 am .
Enon " 9:13 ant
ll (Tisdale, " 1:08 pm
Beals Palls " 2:43 pm
'Leetsdale' " 4:33 ma
I - -- " 1 " 7:23 pm .
day l t,linrch. 9:58 am
o Express leaves daily.
' Express arrives daily.
J. N. ArCULLOIIGH,
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41 K/0 1 iti,0 2 140 ;1.:1 :1
lissiont.lllllllll, sad %WM AV •