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OFFICE OP PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
MONDAY. July 12, 1869.
The market was again very quiet to !
day, and devoid of anythingew or
really important. There was a fa ir Vol
ume of buSiness in Crude, while ofße
,there was not a single transaction
compare& with Saturday the feeling was
easier. and prices generally niled.a frac
tion 'loer. Refiners, are again.
plaining..- and with good reason, too,
A.hai.there ils no margin, that Crude is
c i k
[relatively higher thanrelined, and that'
so far as they are concerned, t trade is
by ne means in a satisfactory ndition.
Crndeis relatively cheaper in w York
and other eastern markets '! t th an it is
herf,'and the way the matters w stand
they can buy refined to a mue better
advantage than they can make it. Some
of the theyeland papers have been boast
ing, recently, that they were in a fair
way for taking the trade from Pitts;
burgh, but private advices from that
place would indicate that in regard to
refining oil, Cleveland has but little, if
any, advantage over Pittsburgh, and our
refiners here are not very much alarmed
about that village monopolizing the busi
ness. ' . .
Sale 2,000 bbls,• seller all year, at
1434;1,000 (40 to 44) seller 10 days. at
15; 1,000 buyer all year, on private
terms; 4.000 seller all year, at 1434, and
on Saturday. evening, 1,000 July, at 10‘.
To•day there are no buyers for spot or
seller July, , at over 14%; against sales
on Saturday at 15.
There.was not a 'single sale reported,
and the market, appeared to be quiet
and weak, with a drooping tendency.
July was quoted at 32 buyer, tag, 32%
seller; and lines running from Ifly to
December, and October to Deceesber, at
33 V05 33 3 - i• '
LUBRICATE G OILS
Eclipse Winter _Lubricating Oil 40c
Eclipse Railroad Axle Ssc
Eclipse Machinery 75c
Eclipse Spindle Sec
OIL BELIPPED EA ST . BY A. V. B. B.
Citizens Oil Co. 500 bbls refined to
Tack & Bro., Philadelphia.
Livingston & Bro., 100 bbls refined to
Warden, Precyv t Co., Philadelphia.
- -H. Koehler &Co. 100 bbls refined to
Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.
RECEIPTS. OP; CRUDE OIL
R. T. Leech
OIL BILIPFEID AELE±T FB M DUQOLTXWE
WlKentiatt Rodgers, 25 bbls 'ubricat
lng to A. P. Phipps, Philadelphil.
Duncan & Williams, 64:11 bi,ls rained
oil to W. P. Logan Bro Philadelphia.
Brooks Ballentino &.
(NJ., 1O bhla ref.
to Warden, Frew it; Co,. Philadelphia.
Total Refined 166
ALLEGHENY . CATTLE - MARK EIT
OFFICE 6r PITTZEMIGH GAZETTE,
MONDAY, July 12, ltM.
. The supply of Cattle on sale to day,
was unusually light, 570 head, and wit t,
a good retail demand, the market. weft -
pared with last week, was stronger and
more active f and good Cattle , sold, readily
at ftill prices. Of the stock on sale, there
were 8 ears from Chicago, 5 from Indian
polls, 2 from Lima, 3 from Newark, 1
from Orrville, 2 from galem, 2 from Mil
ford and 1 from Crestline. In addition,
there were two or three cars driven over
from ("antral Yards, add there were sev
eral driives from Washington and Butler
counties. - ' • -
As has been the ease for some time
there were but comparatively few
i cattle in market, mid while prime
deers sold quick at 7 3 / 4 ®B, light and
Hor stock was ' , dull; ."and"did not
ig, relatively, as good prices.
butchers "•generally want good
i, and . many of them will
nothing else, and we doubt very
111 whether there is another silty •in
country that is furnished with as-,
th good,beef, or fresh meat of any-
d i as the "Smoky City." Most of
best cattle come from Chicago, but it
aid that the Chicago butchers are not
he habit of buying good stook; that
the best :cattle are bought for other
"kets, and then they come in and take
TWINE+ or leatings.
tare sppearsto belittle or no demand
dock cattle which may be attributed
to fact that there were no country
ire, farmers, generally, being busily
iged in looking after their crops.
.are was a small number of stock steers 1
dm sale to-day, but it is probable they
were left over.
Roberts wholesaled 33 bead Allen
(0121 o) steers to Greenwald & Kabn. at
FTO per bead.or about 6 3 / 4 cts. per pound.
), Hades & Taylor sold 23 head 01 fair to
prime teers, at 6®7,35.
, Keefe & Katz to head Washington Co.
Stook, at fl©7 cts. ,--•
Garwin A Co. 16 head Butler Co. steers ' ,
bulls and cows, at firstname.lastname@example.org. -‘
Peter Efaidman 26 GreeniCo. cows and
steers,i at 51 1 74 1
6: J .
L. 8 berg 38 Ohio cattle, at
S N@L! • c r •
m. Verner 17 Chicago steers, at 7 3 / 4 @Bo.
- Haas; & Kraus 25 bead Washington Co.
steers averagingl,2oo,Mt an averageonc.
Jacob - Needy 51 liead Ohio steers, at
ilazlewood de. pia° stock wholetaled
20 bead for Elliomaker,`st .5.90; 20 for R.
0. Campbell, at 6,62; reialled 57 head for
.Campbell, at 6®13. ,
' , ,Jas. Hanna lb bead Washington Co.
;steeraiiiid heifers, at 5@63.
Greenwald &Kahn 50 bead, at 6©B. -•
13.• 1 4rhafli Itro. 39 Chicago‘steers, at 8;
20 Ohio steers, at 9,87®7%; 8 head Wash
ington Co. steers, at 6 3 / 4 . ' \ '' ' '
Traurman Jr, Lohman 35 - head Wash
ington CO. steers, at 7g@7 3 / 4 ; 27 bead
Chicago w m
ink steers, at 0 3 / 4 016; 20, Ohio
steers, at 7®7 1 ,4,
Carr &M c A Ilist e r /4 head Ohio stock
f or vampbail, at 64@i6%. .11
Smith Ar. Blue 12 head Missouri stee ,
at 59 ; e i tc36,30. ' \
Holmes. Lafferty & Co. 44 head mixed \
stock. at 54217.
L. Rothehilds 12 head Butler Co steel*,
at 5 3 / 4 ®7 3 / 4 . •
• 81;fESP AND LANUS.
, There was a pretty full supply of this
'class of stodk on sale 10-dst%, about' 1,900
-4\ bead, and. as l)as been the casefor some
'time pts.t, they were mostly Inferior in
' regard to quality; consequently while
prime sheep sold -readily at full prima,
the lower grades Were very dull, and to
effect sales t conceisiOns'had to be made.
There wizens drove of , some 700 head,
from Tiukstrawas county. Obith that :de:
serves special Mention. It was the
hardest looking drove of,sheep thstlss
been in market for many a day; the
pick is reported as having sold at /1,00 to
PIXISBITROII WEITE• T u t:ST)AY, JULY 1869.
11,25 perimad, and John Kerwin. bought
between 60 and 70 lambs, out of the
same drove for $24, or less than 50
per head. It was thought the whole lot
would not average above 40 to .70 ceats
As will be seen by reference tdllthe rep
port'of sales. prime to extra far sheep
sold at $4,60@5 per head, and Lambs at
C. Beeler wholesaled 75 sheep, at $6
per head, lambs 111,60®3,00. , s
Tandever sold 75 sheep - at 12,60®3,00,-
Lambs at 11.60@ 2 ,7 5 .
Adam Eckert sold-167 lambs at sl,7e
Stakely,& two sold 200 sheep . at ' 51,50
@4, limba`fl(oB. • _ '
Jacob'Eibmill'"sol& - 110 sheep 'and
lambs, at an average of $2. f •
Jas. SbaWsiild 75 Sheep:and lambs, it
1/8, 25 @a , ' . . f.- ' ' ' . ' ''•
Jas Bert sold '6O Allegheny ' don y
sheep, at 85 mute to fly, per head. .4 1
Beiglesold 60 sheep, at 1i1152,50.
Jonathan Davlasold 260 sneep,' , . at $1
@3, lambs at $1,60@859. • , 4
Jacob Rynn sold 165 sheep, , for ' 11; ,
limns, at 52,60%1 per Pead.
Continue very dull while , prices are
nominally unchanged. ( Bales in a_ re
tail way at $9®10.60 per owt, • gross as to
quality and condition. - -. , •
New Yonx, July 12 po ts quiet .
and steady at . 11,37®1,62; pearls dull.
Cotton unchanged: sales of 850 bales at
34.;,®343,t0' for uplands. Flour favors
buyers; sales of 10,800 bbls at $5,20@5,60
for superfine state and western, $6,50®
6,90 for extra state;s6,2o®o3,9o for extra
western, • $7,00 ®7 25 for white wheat
extra, 16,50 for R. B 0., 67,00®7,50 for
extra St. Lords, $8,00®10,00 for gooa to
choice dos Closing heavy' included in
sales were 6,800 bbls • for export at $6,60®
6,75 for state and 14,50 for , western; Cali
fornia quiet; sales 250 bbls at $6,40®9; Ore
gon quiet at 18,10®9.50; the receipta were
59,002 bbis. Rye Flour firm; sales of 300
bbls at $1.10®6,40: Corn. Meal lain mod.
erste request with suile.S of 200 bbla at 0,60
for Jersey, $4,70 for western. Whisky
fair request, 150 bbls weetern at $1,033i®
1,04 free. Grain receipts: 320,308 be.sheis
wheat. Wheat heavy, 2®3C lower; sales
of 121.000 bush ,at 11,47 ®1,48 for No. 2
spring, .131,55 for No. 1 do, 51,500153)4 for
Nos. 1 and , 2do mixed, 11,56 for winter
western, 51,62% for Amber Michigan,
11,45 for soft No. 2 Chicago spring,.sl,7o
for white California.- Rye steady; sales
of 2,000 bush at.,11,27 for western, and
$1,28 for State.' Barley ; and barley malt
dull and nominal. Corn-recelpts of
16,557 bushels-heavy, I®2o lower; sales
of 5,300 bushels; 73®74c for new mixed
western:via venal, „Pi®9se via railroad,
and ilac for a surill lot choice 49, clewing
heavy, about IQ2c, below the extreme
quota tter, s. , Oats-recelpts of 41,000 bush
-without decided ehange; sales of 48,000
bush -at trzaKia far western afloat.
Stoi)k of grain in Warehouse July
12tu wheat. be 3,01.1, bushels, ln
cludinse fe11,610 California, corn
544,11 a Muth, 'tate 24,04 bush. rye 66,379'
bush, har`ey 2075 bush, uudt 89,295bu5h.
pelts 27,u5t bush. [boo dull. Coffee
quiet. :Sugar firm and in ivied demand;
164113$ MOO 1.111114 iiy i ; 1 / 4 9 11%c; 1,500
• boxes Havana ou private terms. Mo
lasses dull ani unsettled. Petroleum
.quiet et 17'-, crude; 32632,aie, refined.
Hope react aud .toady at 13(415o, Ameri
eAD. Liu:said 04 quiet at sl®l,ol. Tur
, p-mine firm at 44@i:ie.' Provisions:
tiork firm; 425 obis at $32.12®32,37,
w maim a 31.75, o1d; $26®27, prime;
25(29 01 prime mess. Beef active
fitk r$ h males 0f1,400 bbls at 'sB
eal6 for 'new pain mess; 112®18 new
wetrii inssi. 'Leif* 'Leaf nominal at $2O
®23 t., r, prime mess; 525g30 for India
mesa. timer Hams steady, with sales of
2011 1.0.,115.44 0t3(43i. Cut meats quiet and
heavy. with sales of.loo pkgs at .1834®14c
for toe 'riders, and 18016)4c for Hams.
Miiifiles steady. Lard quiet and steady,
With sales of 875 tierces at 16 igl93ic for
steam and 1954®20et fbr kettle rendered.
Butter steady at 16131&24 for.uhfo, and 20
®36c for State. Cheeseiclull at 10®15Xo.
Freights to Llveri.ool scarcely so firm;
engagements, woo° bushels wheat at Bd ,
per sail, and 9d®9%d per steam.
Lefesf..--Pionr - dull and a trifle lower,
with speculatiael holders lather more
dieposed to realize. Wheat rather more
steady, With a better export demand for
spring.- - Rye quiet and nominal; at $1.26
@Ulf for western. Oats quiet, at 82c for
western afloat- Torn dub and heavy, at
89®930 for soand - , mixed • western via
canal and railroad, ‘' Park quiet and
'Without decided, change; at Pi2,25®32,85
for mess.' Beef steady .and in moderato
demand. Cut Meats steady and in fair
dernapiL. Bscion inlet and nominal.
Lardltilet; at 193019,ti0 far fair to prime
steam. Eggs quiet and unchanged.
Csicafro, July 12.--Mortey in fair de:
friend. Exchange quiet and selling at
1.10 premium. Freights 'dull, but ves
sel owners firm; engagements at 834 for
wheat to Kingston; also, engagements on
private;terms for torn to Buffalo Flour
market dull, and owing to the decline in
wheat, sales at 14,61@5 for Spring super
fine, and 55,1234®6,25 for spring extras.
Wheat active, and the demand almost
exclusively speculative, owing to
New York edifices against the 'interest
of holders, and the - market declined 2®
21 / 04; sales of No. 1 Spring at 11,29®1.31.
and of No. 2 do. at 11,27@1,28%;
closing at the latter figure; in options
No. 2 sold pretty extensively at 11,26®
1,28 seller July, and $1,26 seller August;
after 'Change the market was firmer but
unsettled, with trilleffuf No. 2 at IlliWa®
1„30. Corn quiet and prices „lower; No.
1 sold in a quiet way at 81e, and No. 2 at
713 4 ®78e; closing at 77c; in options there
were salee or No. 2 at 77e seller last half
of July; 76 1 4077 e seller July, 7715 ®7BXo
buyer Jnly, and 7734®78e seller August.
Oats dull' and luwer, claming quiet et 65 1 4
®66c for‘No..3. Rye quiet and unsettled;
sales at 0,0;61,07 ,for No. 1, • claslng
with sellers at iiishie'figUre.' Barley; No.
23s scarce and 'ent irelv nomlna t , - wl th one
smelt sale:at $1;55. Highwines are tiriin
er and active at an edvance of 1®24 per
Ohm, with Sales .at.9l;x,@9Be. ' :•f routs
are quiet`btit bfilifers ate firm. ;move
Pork is steady at' s33.,Lird is a shade_
stronger at 18t/JalilBlic, 'Shoulders are
firmer, with buyers 'at .1240, and sweet
pickled Lama at les4Q)l7e. ' Hewlett,-
, 3,421 barrels flour, 80,894 bushUis wheat,
94,690 bushels cern, 18,872 buehels oats, ,
1,095 busheim ry,f4, and 1,442 head of hogs.
Shipmeuta-1,042 ,barrels flour, 38,52.5
bushels wheat, 4,223 bushels corn, 3,577
bushels oats, 800 bttmhels rye, and. 8,904
head of hogs.
ST. Louis, July 12.-Tobacco: most of
the duck tfam been . withdrawn from the
\mark° . , airless, nrit being. satisfactorYl
Pelee ver , , small mid prices unchanged.
Cotton: nothing doing; naiddliugs would
bring 32®3254e , Romp: large sales of
anti remseil, on Kietucky account at 51,23
ig1,49; .fancy, dressed 52,60. Flour: low
grades - still waive, but other qualities
dull and unchanged: superfine sold at
$5,25@ 9 . 73 : extrae, ..15,87%®6,25; double
extras, 16 25®7. trehle extra to faney,ll7
(410,50. \Wl:eat firm and unchangedy
choice No.\ 2 6010 at 11.20@i,22; NO. 1 at
$1,25; goodinstrlctly prime' new red"at
111014)05; Choice bid-And new ditto' at
11,40;,fency and choice old 'and
new white atllso. Corn firm and held
higher but'moves slowly at Saturday's' ,
advance; mbrada new grits:priors sold at
4 , 50 "
90©91c: choice yellow, 92@94c; choice
white brought 95®97c. Oats firm and
bigb.er: salon at 72'.1.740 for
whltt:zn V:. tr*. - al.
$1,12W.. Whusliy . f.rui and buoyant at
51,00. Groceries steady and more doing,
but prices unchanged. Rio Coffee; fair
to price 21)@24 c;. choice 255525 tic.
Louisiana Sugar; fair to - prime 123;@140;
choiesl4X®l4,.‘c. Plantation Molasses
65Q)80e,. Provisions quiet and un
changed. Pork; jobbing and Order sales
at 433,25:- Bacon; !jobbing and order lots
,at 1415i4di0 for shoulders, 18@l8y,,c for
clear sides and 21:i for sugar cured hams.
The steer of dry 'and Smoked meat
in thiamarket is reported• to be" 5,500.000
Pounde sides, 3,000000 pounds shoulders,
780,600. pounds hams and 1,000 barrels
pork. Lard declined to 180 for prime
kettle. .--.Rectdpta,. -ROW, 2.000 bbls;
wheat, 04.otkOush; corn, 8,900 bush; oats,
4,600 bush; rye, 200 bush; hogs, 300 head. .
°Lamm:min, July 12.—Flottr; city
made: $9,00 for treble extra white; 57,75
@)B,OU for -double extra amber; 16,75 ®7,00
tor double extra red winter; 56,00 for
extra red winter; 56,50 for double extra ,
spring; country. made:. $7,50®8,25 for
double extra white; $8,25©7,25 for double
extra red and amber; I 56,25®6,75 for
double extra spring. Wheat; No. 1. red
winter held at $ 1,40: sale of two cavil No.
2 do. at 51,3 L Corn; No. 1 held at 83e.•
lOats; No. 1 sold at 76c. Rye; sales of No.
2at 51,10. Petroleum, refined 29@30c,
July and August; crude held at $6,35.
TOLEDO, July 12.—The receipts for the
past twenty-four hours amounted to 500
barrels of flour, 5,600 bushels of wheat,
8,700 bushels of corn, 2,100 bushels of
oats. Flour dull and'unchanged. Wheat;
amber better at $1,43@1,43}1,N o. 2
red at 51,3735, No. 1 white held at 51,43,
white regular offered at $1,40 without
buyers. Corn steady'and unchanged No.
lat 85, No. 2 at 81. Oats in lower and
quiet at 71 for Michigan. Rye quiet; no
round lots offering. Barley dull and
nominal. . -
PHILADELPHIA, Jury 12.—Flour firm
and in fair demand, with sales of north
western extra - family at
do., at 57®8; Pennsylvania do., $6@)6,75;
rangy at 59©10,75. Wheat held firmly;.
old red 51,4501,50, and new Delaware
and Maryland at 51,55©1,62. Rye, 51,33.
Corn is advancing, with sales of yellow
at $1,05©1,10, and mixed western at 98@
1,03.. Oats in good demand, with sales of
western at 75©80c. Provisions are inac
tive. Mess Pork is held at 533. Lard,
19%c. Whisky, 95c@)51,05.
MILWAUKEE, July 12.—Flour dull and
nominally 25e lower. Wheat steady at
$1,30% for No. 1, and $1,2934 for No. 2.
Oats dull, but firm at 680 for No. 2. Corn
dull and nominal. Rye in good demand
at 51,03 for No. 1. Grain freights firm at
5c to Buffalo, 'and 9c to Oswego.. Re
ceipts-1,000 bbls flour, 73,000 bush
wheat, 4,001) bush oats: Shipments-1,000
bbls flour, 86,000 bush wheat.
BALTIMORE, July 12.—Flour firm and
'quiet, and the scarcity of stock restricts
busmesk Wheat weak and receipts
large; new red 51,50@1,55. Corn. firm;
:white $1,05; yellow-96@98e: Oats firm at
73®78c. Mess pork quiet at $34. Bacon
active and firm; rib , sides 18©18 1 ,,;c; clear
ribs 183/ 4 ®lBy4c; • shoulders 15®15,V c;
hams Z2©2234c. Lard quiet at 19%€)2 4 ue.
lidraissus, July 12.—Cotton quiet and
steady at 3214 c; receipts, 118 bales; ex
ports, ,59 balea. Flour steady and un
changed: Wheat—new $1,10©1,40. Corn
90c. Oats 80@;82c. Hay 524(025. Bran
$22. Cornmeal $4,25. Pork 834,50. Lard
A9;41520340. Bacon firm; shoulders 143;c,
sides 1831 c. .
LOMETILLE, July 12.—Heavy Bagging
.W.q light do.. 16e. Superfine Flour, $4.25.
Grain and, Groceries unchanged. Leaf
Tobacco dun;' sales of 68 laid Etat 100®
18. Provtgons quiet. Pork 533. Bacon
—clear sides 183,i; clear rib 18c; shoal
dere 143c,c. Highwines 98c.
DETROIT, July 12.—Wheat; No. 1 white
is dull at 51,64, and No. 2 do. at 51,36.
Corn scarce at 80©82e. Oats quiet at 70
072 e. Mill feed is scarce, with sales of
bran at 1543. - coarse middlings at 20c, and
fine do. at 25e.
Live stock illarkele.
11kw. YORK, Suly 12.—Cattle market—
beeves plenty, with 828 on sale to-day,
completing ,6,818 for the week. Trade
less lively and a few remnants are un
sold to.night,. Prices declined jc, but
the quality of stock is not good. Nearly
all the cattle at Communipaw were sold;
175 Illinois cattle, by one shipper, aver
age about 63( - , cwt., brought 14 ®16o; 2
cars tine, 9 cwt., Ohio grades, averaged
We; a droVe of 400 at 57. Texans,
64 cwt., 'brought 12114. Thin stock
sold slowly, and none or the cattle
men are paying Ihr , inspecting their
droves. They will combine to contest
the Jersey law , if ,necessary. Sheep are
abundant, counting up 27,970 for the
'Week. with, 8,459 to day. They are not
selling and thin lots have a downward
tendency besides being very hard to sell;
some poor sheep offered at. Peach, while
sales have teen made--at $1,50 ,per head;
a ear of 80 pound Ohio sheep brought sc;
another car same weight 554; a lot, poor
76 Pontids 4%; some 90 lb State sheep
at 6%c; a lot of 50 poound State lanibs
brought 10c, some of 41 pounds 9c, a car
of Canada 58 pounds 10%c, with a car of
fat 51 pound Jerseys at 114 c. Hogs are
scarce under the manipulations of the
ring; only 12,820 -head arrived for the
week, 4,560 head to-day: operators keep
them st 12c for dressed when more might
be obtained; the ring are trying to con
trol the'Chicago market as well as this,
and outsiders must sell to this ring at
their terms, for they control the slaught
ering houses so no one else can kill here.
Prtir e ang.f.rfue,..July .12.—Beef cattle
moderately active and prices without
change; with sales of 1,600 head at 9®
9go for extra Pennsylvania and western
steers; 7®814c for fair to good do:;s®6No
per pound gross for common. Sheep
dull, with sales of 9,000 bead at 454(i)00
per gross. Hogs lower, with sales of
2,800 bead at $18®1.8,50 per owl net; and
a few choice at 118,75.
01110 AGO, Jaly 12.—Cattle opened dull
but fairly active , end at the close prices
were 10®250 loWer, with sales at 54,8734
155,65 for cows and light steers for city
consumption; $6,75®7.80 for good to
choice, :and 1,7,80 , for extra choice snip
pmg.lots...,Hogs are ,reasonably active
and a shade firmer, at $8,35®8,65 for fair
to good, and 58,75®9 for choice.
Lcitus, July 12.—Cattle quiet and
unottanged at 0144106Ke. Hogs firm and
dtlinTld at 800fic4.
2000 000 "la"
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE.
Unlon Pacific itafteoll4 Company)
LOU Mau the line of their read. M
1111•00 T 0145,00 PER MILT, ,
Ana on • CREDIT 01 TVS Titan!. -
11Por Outlier partiontars, maps. ae., address
sous P. sorsiussims,
- , USW Otionalnionat. Topk",
OP (4WD, 14. ,Lll3l:ll!Siair, ' •
with-ecaia, feet in the ciLaai4c.'v
the Monongahela marks last evening.
Weather cloudy and hot with strong in
dication at times of rain. Aiercury at 4
B. 24. $3B In shade.,
The Jails from Zanesville arrived and
the laorens from St. ,Louls, was due last
evening. She has been out several days
from Cincinnati, but it should be 'borne
in mind that she had a barge In tow.
The Glendale, Capt. Mare, Is fining up
steadily for St.. Louls„ and she is
pounced to depart to.daY. She is. in all
reit - pacts, one of - the beat boats in the.
The Belleveknon, Capt. Darragh, will
follow the Glendale to St. Louis.. _
Capt. W. (bet,terknown as "Dock")
Hellen, has seceded Capt. Mulheman In
command of the New State.
The Julia returnee to Zanesville to.
The United States Register, or Blue
Book, for 1869, contains a table ,of the
tunnage `United States. In river
commerce; Pittsburgh is second - on the
list. St. Louis being first, and Cincin
nati third. ,
The tow boat, W. J. Bigley, left for
Louisville an Saturday, with a tow con
taining 6,500 bushels of coal.
Business continues slow at the land
ing, freight for all points being scarce,
and notwithstaiding there is plenty of
water, boats experience considerable
difficulty in picking up a trip.
The Importer to on the dock at St.
Louts, and will be placed in line con
The R. C. Gray and Tom Farrow, at
last accounts, contemplated filling out,
with iron ore,"at Sulphur Springs , below
—The St. Louis Republican says:
"Wash" Floyd, Esq., a well-known sec
ond clerk on the river, and brother-in
law to Capt. W. B. Donaldson, on yester
day met Mr. Shreve, the former counsel
of Capt. D. dining his late trial, and ad
ministered to the aforesaid counsel a
heavy thrashing, which from all ac
counts we have heard; was richly de.
served. The parties were arrested, but
as neither lodged complaint, wero dis
IMPORT& BY RAILROAD.
PITTSBIIRGH, FORT Warts dr CHI.
CAGO RAILROAD. July 12.-12 cars pig
iron, Nimiok & Co: 6 do do, Bryan & Co;
1 do do, Brown & Co; 5 do do, Zug dz.Co;
6do do, Superior iron Mills; 1 do do,
Pittsburgh Forge . Co; 35 sks bones, Hove
ler & Co; 40 133 s cheese, Hawurth dt
Dewherst: 10 do do J Wilson Or. Son; 93
aks rye, 25 sks oats, H Rea 25 tea
hams, 9do grease, F Sellers & Jr; do; 1 ca r
stone, C Miller, Ido do, J Metcalf; Ido
staves, 106 oil bbls, M P Adams & tiro;
100 bbls flour. Culp & Shepard; 158 skim
rye, Kiel dr. Ritchart; 1 car corn, Wm
Bingham; 25 bas jars, Wm Little; 2 bbls
eggs,,Volgt, Mahood & Co; '2 bbts pota
toes, \Woodworth at Davidson; 99 aks
flour, D\W Galway; 200 bbls flour, T C
Jenkins; 200 do do, H Knox: 100" do do,
3 A Deitz; s \ bbls spirits. Schmidt & Fri
day; 10 tcs lard, W B Hays it Son; 15
bbls lard oil, 50cases lard, J H Parker;
50 green salted bides, J Hammitt & Son;
100 do do, F Y McLaughlin; 21 bxs sala
ratus, Penns Salt Mauf Co; 1 car scrap
iron, T Maloney.
ALLEGHENY VALLEry it \ aimsown. July
11.-1 car iron ore, McKnight & Co; 1
do do, H Woodaides; 2 do do. J 2 40 0 i:
head; 2 cars stone, Henderson \ & Co; 2
cars lime, D L Reynold; 7 do do; Stu:um
bergor it Blair; 90 carbys acid,\Lock
hart & Frew; 1 bbl eggs, Volgt, Mahood
& Co; 8 pks marketing, 3 D McCrossam;
•1 ak ragsW H Kirkpatrick; 27 sits oats,
Keil .k Rilchart; 1 bbl eggs, A Ressman;
1 do do, J, Shal; 1 do du, Malone; 3 do do,
H Fie3se; 1 do do, Mon; 13• sks oats,
Harrison A Co; 1 box barn-ware, Lyon,
Snorb it tit;; 2 bxs butter, L J Blanchard:
1 car grain, Robb & Herron: - 10 bits, 1
craet rags, Mot'ullotigh, Smith it Co; 2
rolls paper, R Christy.
CLZYBLAND ...AD PITTSBURGH .BAIL•
ROAD. July 11.-176 aks rye; Brugger-.
man & O'Brien' 18 aka rags, McCullough
& Co; 3 cases boots. W E ttiohmbrtz #5l. Co;
20 bag cheese, Arbuckles & Co; 2 tea
hams 1 hhd shoulders, W H Daugherty;
2 tubs cheese, IA- Graff; 50 bbls oil . J
Spear; 21 bbls hone dust, Seward t Ern.
arson• 16 bbls rosin, Strong it Wetzel; 6
bxe 8 kegs tobacco 'Pretzlield & Bro.
.A.LLEGYMCY EPTATIOX, July 12.-1 car
motel, Pittsburgh Forge et Iron CO; '2
cars iron ors, Superior Iron Co; 1 car
st.tves, Ralya & Robertson; 109 bdls pa
per, Frazier Metzgar; 100 bbls Hour Geo.
Stewart; , 2 oars atone, Forrester -At Me
grew; 1 do do, J P do h R B Knox; 6 cars
Iron ore, Lewis, 13ailey'llt Dalzell; 1 car
wheat, R T Kennedy Bro; 5 tcs hams, J
Kohent 5 bbls cement, Reid Bro.
: 1: :
11. BT. LOUIS * GA—. ia gG a t
DUBUQIIN AND BT.
AIII...—The Ana passenger packet,
EILLEVERNON.....II3pt. J. J. DARRAGH. QTR.,
Will leave Ihr the Ibove and Intermediate ports
on WEDNESDAY. 14th Inst.. at r.
FOB—T ST. LOUIS, ILEO•adr ia t
llLhe steamer and bT.
titat,INDALE Capt. JOHN M. Man.
Will l ave for the above porn Tiffin DAY,
at ek o'clock
Yor (relent or passage apply on board,' orto
FLACK • COLLINGWOOD, Agents
or Utak!. BARNES, Agent.
• . .
Gll,j e gag‘
WFIZELING_ AND PAR
KERSBUDAI, UNN.....tkavo lootnnanVe Wnirf
tiostodot of wood strt. daily at 1.5 j N., RIAD
NESDAYB and BATUM/I'l4 '
ttarfY ISAOL/fr (I. 1.. Mil - ram/X. Klist.W4
freight will be received at all noun try -
• .1 AIMS COLLINS.
, BLUM , cuputtpwoot),
splil • ; • AA CI. Lie .
To `_LIVERPOOL AND
NrintbertbitiiSte first-ohms vessels, rtiriaik
tvi l / 2 eryna, criir O t r .
CITY 0 OST P__/3 0N re
OIT If_b_4l l L ONDO N
Batting EVERY , A ufwAY. from Pler *b,
rourth Moor, New York. For nasuge or further
Information allure •
W1L14.514. BINGHAM. Jr.
To 01211 Afeek;Vift'inc.le 411'4. atg
A NEW ARTICLE.' •
GA NTZ , SACILY 'AMON BUG KB., for
mattes; lemoteel wants neither sneer or lemons.
Put in one po arm to mate tinny tumblers
lemonade. Juao reeelted and for sale oy
, • - i MO. A.. RESSNA W.
110 • fionter'L betty anti. Ninth Ftrorts.
ICVOLVING HOB eIE .11 Alf
A large lot just room d and fur sslent tow e
markOpylee.... w. W. RNOXI
Ov , "
_ _EMIT—X.OO bble Lo
Ryarsalie Oeme t, ibr by
- • J. A. PAWIPTPLD
I)IMtL A81:1 ? -20 i.o u mi fir sale
THE PAN CITY,
lILTUAL -. .11FE -. _IISUJIANC.E: . CO
Office, 75 Federal St., Allegheny City
DIRECTORS r -
Hon. dAMES L. 131tAHAM,
Bey. T. B. CLARK D. 1)., •
. Capt. E.BOIIINSUIT,
Bey. A. K. BELL D.D.
Bev. S. H. rizask.u.l3.,
W. A. ItRED. Cashier Allegheny Trust Co.
'JACOB BUSH, Reid Masts +tient.
1311X0.1i DRUM. Mayor of Alleghen y,
D. W. BENN Y, 'Batter.
A. B. BELL,Attornepat-Lase.
D. L. PATTERSON, Lumber mereant. -;
D. WOOER. Insurance Astern,. ,
'caps:v.ol3V. itosrstiost i Preoldent.
Ravi J.B. CLAUKSD.D., vloierrriK4Oret
JACOB RUSH, Secretary,
C. W. BIMINI: Tritanurgit. -, . . - ,
-..M. W. WMIPC, MianCAL Apvissz.
IMBIEL Ili r egritvtientl
home coninanP.Cendueted on the mi to
_licy holder receiving an eqnsd
share of the pr ofits of the Company. policies
will_ be Issued.oni all ,the cUlferent plans Of tale
Insurance, and being conducted on an economi
cal basis will afford, a ufe investment - to each
policy bolder, and thereby retain the money at
home to e3contage home industry. midikage
B ing FRANKLIN
OP ALLEGHENY, PA.
OFFICE. IN FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANE
• BUILDINGS, -
No. 41 Ohio St..'lLUeshen7.
A HOME oontriacry, managed by Directors
weir known to the community, who trust by fair
dealins to merit a shire of your patronage.
MOULT nriviar 2 .... •
GM). D. RIDDLE
Henri Lrwiti t . 'ID: L. Patterson, [Wm., Coo_per,
Geo. 11.. Riddle, ;Jaeob Frans, , Gottieib Faso
Slinon.Drtun, J. B. Smith,• -. iJacoto Rush
W. N. Stewart, ;Ch. P. Whiston, Josepg,
Jos. Lantner. lE. J. Zinkamt, Jam. Wnhe n
R. £. UERON.
PEELS N'S BUILDING.
No. an Fifth Avenue. Second Flogs*,
P/TTSBUROD, PA. i
Capital All Paid Up.
N. 4. B_igley. Jr, iCapt.M.Balley,
Dlcal Wallace, S. H. Harman s .A. Chambers,
Jake HUI, ;S. ROCltirkon. , Jaa. 11. /Salley.
Thomas Smith Inc,. S. Wlllock, ,
- ROASERTH- ZINO, -President.
J NO. F. JENNINGS, Vice,President.
JOS. T. JOHNsTON. Secretary.
Capt. R, J. GRACE, Gen`l Agent.
Insures on Liberal Terms en all Fire
and Marine Risks,
INSURANbE COMPANY - Of PITTTSI3IIItBH/
16INIV_OOD B'PENE7, BANE
Tbli le a Hom .C e Co:apany, and Insane•&Wilma
108$ by Fire excluidvelv. I
LEONARD WALTER, President. ..C. C. BOYLE, Vice President.; .
PA.II3ERT PATRICK, Treasurer.
HUGH HeELHENT. Secretary.
Leonard Walter, George Wilson,
C. 0. Earle Geo. - W. Evans,
Robert Patrick. J. - 0. Lare,
Jacob Painter,. J. C. Fie tier,
Josiah Kinik • Job.n Voegtley,
Ju. H. Ho s, • A. Ammon. •
I ND _ _ _
AGAINST‘ LOSS BY FIRE
FRANKI.IN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA.
OFFICE. an a 437 OWLEITITITT ST.,near 5711.
Charles .V. Baneker s . idordett H. Los
Tobias Wagner.. David Brown.
Baronet Omni, . Isaac Lea, _
Jacob IL. imit.h. (L. Dahs,
1 4;17 1 /3tLVA l eB% 1 13Biri‘ 14till re leitr . '
VNg : C. D
1 A1 13 11 1 7 President. *,, ;
J. fiditDNEß ta ZAFTrThr Miler:,
North West comer Third and Wood i Streets.
ishlihwir., • ~,,,, • • •
Cot. Federal St. and Diamond, Allegheny,
Once, In the. SECOND . NATIONAL BANK
- . - •
W. W. MARTIN; President
RHIN StlOWN,t.,Vice E te r rdent,
JAMES E. isTiiVElinON. Secretary.
Dtaiteroll6,i . --
John A. Myler, !Jas. Loe !Jos. AtTer".
Jy.e.L.Graham.,Robert Les,. O. Boyle
:Jou. Brown.Js. 'George Gera, • Jacob hopp.
O.H P ! Mame lJno. - ThompsonlJ. MoNaugher
N INSUIRAINCJEI con-
PANT OP PITTSBURGH.
WM BRANDER NIMICIC. President. •
. P. MERBEHT._Sectetary.
CAPTAtrinkiIVLD, General Agent.
Once. 951 Water street. Span/ 109.'2 W are"'
hou, up stairs, - Pittairargb. • -
Wi se ll inzuro against all =de of Pire and Mi.
Ent Risks. A home Institatkon, managed by Di
rector§ who ire well known to the community.
sad Who arf deter=ned by promptness and laser
ality to-maintain the character which they have
assumed, as offering the best protection to tlume
Who desire to bs insured.
Alexander "Elmira. nn It. Melltute.
R. Muer, Jr.. Chas. j. oisyge,
James Nekultrh'William S. Evans.
Alexandesidpegr. Joseph Kirkpatrici4
Andrew Addeo, - Ph.Gßp_Reynser.
Darld Lon& Wm. morrisort.
D. !humeri. • ace
pEgrtup : INSURANCE FAN
-0371C1N, N. Z. - COWEN WOOD • Flirt BIZ
Home Oimpaimtakini lire in., juin, Bina
,‘ arieftls/1 1 vIrth.
- &It kirAwe:, SkrtekVATP•
. Wm. Van 11.211 k . Wra P4ani c
James D. V i mar 4 . Elv i r e ig er 'tut
PIWATT -s Vice. President. -
1- . a A 1 . 14. Mea t h i g e Mai, 1 ARent.
4LLEGraEN w - 1111811 • ANC%
' COMPANY OP PITTSBURGH.. ' . ,(. :1
I /02. No. RINIPTHSTERST.BAN/COLocs.
newts nap's% all , klads Of firs and .liartne
148115 1041.4 MON' . as.. PreShlgilit. ' ; ~
XO.O:U_OSKINSOIi,. Ince Pressovit,.
PUNNED_ ,__L seme—tarr. - - .
, „Dikrk. WH. DE N. GeneralAlestt
Itamiiiin&m, • •-t l t.afthiiest.sces- •.,
T. J..g.os lev, , . 11...F.vtrson.,
0. 0. =Wilk A RobertH:DaYbi t - ' '
• Harvey Chit —.: . FroaciaSißlers, _
°boles Have. - . - ( hitt. 41 T. Stpekdile. -,
car. Wm: Repn, ...,T: - 11.Navin. .:. 1
. , . ,
~ , ;
vspepb., A:g Ac
dity ihe.St,ornach, Loss o( .Appeitte,
Nausa, Heart-butn, jaundice, •and all
diseases .arisinf, from a 'disorderkd state
otthe Liver or inteitiries.
PreTereC OrgWARIX BENTLETI
& CRE NET Muai,./InN filo*
by 41 1:112131814:.--- - •
! 11 7 7:"""7 99
B E. ?QV WAYNVie;C_RICILV,
B. W. and DLATELAND d PETV I RVItun •
From Mir Bin, 1865jArares will leave tram
and arrive at the Union Depot, north aide,
burgh city-time, as follows:
/4aes. --1 464 tee.
Chicac 15 ... A:08 a to:qhleago. Ex., 1:56 aid
Erie Irlitavlltin p
Cl. tegkin :110 a m Wheeling EX 10:46 ant
Chicago /1111-0:58 a m let. Lolls Ex I:08 pia
Chicago Ex,. ..0:413 a m Chi , go Ex &31141:08 p m
Cl. 'd Wik'gßx 6:08 p • Cleveland ILI 3:53
Chicago Ex., Sad, na. Erie d Yg•n Ea 5:115p p
W'e Erie Balks 38 pmiCl. & Wh , g Ita6:ll3p
Depart from Atiesthaity. 1 Arrive fn Aileouriss,
Bea Falls L W:44MA miLeetsdale Ar....6:66
Leetsdale." 103 a m Bca•r Falls "I 13 ant
" 1/1611•m Weir Castle "10163 aul
Rochester "! 11 , 111r9101 Med • " 9 :13
Enon " .3:88 p Leetsdale • • 1 : 08
Leetsdale ..de0.141.1 pm Aleatelf_alia: 51:43 Mn.
Bea•rralls • :6:13 p Leetsdale ' 4:3OI
Leetsdale - "10:41P15 " ". 7 4 13 DM
„„ - Pak Oa& Bun.
day Church. 1:13 p m ,day %Ahura. gag ea
11:23 jp. ChicagO aeYeavea gaily,
air isloa obinaro mop
ht. RiusiLL t Jl • ol:l74 — th - 17611,,
, „Elen•l Ticket Agent. 6uptestvt.,
griTlNEall A Pir- OVlNglapa
THE ONLY IMIST_,_RONTE TO OIL
BEciparsvpriErn CHA.NOIt rie,Citn we
On and after MO AY, aunt, 140,11169
THROUGH. TRAINS ~DAILY. ,(except 'Sunday;
will leave. 'Pinata:ire ..Dellok corner of Elev
enth and Pike streets, for Frankan. ol / Dan/tars
falo, and all points-in e 011 Regions.
laArz PITTSBITROIL 4ARILIV IN ri7781m1163
Day Ex 8:00 ittrEtay Ei 5:15 p
sight Ex .... 7:30 pm:Night Ex 6;311 ass
Brady'S Act 3.05 pat . ! Brady+, R I0:15 &
Freeport Ae 9:40 a m lit SodaVrks 7:40 aat
lid sodaW!kit 6:30 pat,F eeport Ac. 6:15 pla
IFt Holton ... 6:45 a m !Ist Halton.. I+rso a m
ad pi' tat0n...13:00. 2400 P ra
ad Hutton...As:oo p miSd HultOn 1(05 pat
Arnold's Ac. 5:00,p m • Arnold's Ac. Y:4-0 '0 la
Choral train to , :ind from Soda Works leave
Ptttsburgli at 1:10 r. N. Arrive at Pittsburgh;
(Sundays. ) ate 80 A , • • 0
Express trains stop only at principal points.
Accommodation rains stop at all `stations
J. J. LAWMEN Ca. oen'i Soon.
THOMAI3' M. BI ND, Assn. cup , t. •
13 E NN tilr LT A....algaglo
froAr4 r AIL
). Eiti 41r after A rll2sth. 1869;
will ar at sa d the Union Depot.
corner W and Liberty streets. la
Arrive. I Depart. ...' -
Mail Train....1:93 am *Day Express..2:l3 OM
Past Line 1.46 am groutnern Ex.. 4-:a Gant
Wall's No. 1..6 20 arn. Wall's No. L. 6:3oam
BrintonAcc , n.l:so am ikfali Train 6:1 4 1 am
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 am flow , dAs No110:2 •aM
Cincinnati Ex.9:10 an: reincin'tlExll4:ll pm
Johnstown Ac10:35 amiWall'e No. 2..11:51• all
How'd Ac No1.1:19 pm Johnstown Ac. 3:o3pm
Fatal:Orli Ex. 4:30 pin rftruddocks Ac. 3:40 pm
Phila. ExpreaslL:3o pm PhUa.‘ Express 4:20 pnt.
Wall's No. ii...11:541pm Wall's No. 8.. 4160 pm,
Braddock Ac.. 3:50 pm WalPs No. 4.. 6:05 IMS
How'd Ao NO2 9:33 pm .Fast Line..:. .
Wall's N 0.4: T:2O pm How ' d Ac No2.13:110 Ina
Way Passn'r 10:90 pm !Wall's No. S.. 11:00 our
•These trains make close connection at Hard*.
burg for Baltimore./. ..,' i4.-_ ,
The Church Train .leasrerWalls- StationeveXr
Sunday at 9:03 a. - M. 1 reaching Pittsburgh
10:05 a. ni; Re tarnl4, - leaves- , Pittsburgh
19:50 p. m. and arrives at Walls Station
9:10 p. m. • • —.•
•Ctur.Dinati Express lesves d a ily.' All Otkl
trail a daily except Sunday.- ~
For thrthertotbrmatwn a tnITP)
. • W.ll. BECKWITH. •Agent. •
The PenitsylvaniallailrosaCompany will :total
enure any risk forßaggage.eXcept far wearing ea
parer,and limit their re , sponsibhity to ctue Run
dre, Dollirgin vette:- Ail Baggage exceeding,
that amount .in value , will h. at the' r 14.. of. tht,
owner. miler; taken by imAllal eontrect.
- . . EDWAND ki. W11:LiAll8,
apes General ftperinteadent. Altoona; Ps..
TILT E ST ERN- `; •
PENNSYLVA NIA .
RA.LIIuAIi.r4.M. andafterAprl I ad th,11169, Om
Passenger Trains or the SVPHWT I PennSylvarda
Rai road will arrive at and -, depart: from time
Feder. I Street Depot. Allegheny City n- follows:
Springd'e No 16:4U a ut Mall''`' 7:60 s ga
Freeport No.'lB :60 4 m Freeport No. I latifil.nt
Express 10:4113 inSharpb , g Nol i 1 :SW air..
Sharpb , g No: 1161 n) pin -Entire", 1 :AO pit
Freeport N0.24:00 pin Spr Ingd"e No i 3:30 pn.
Mail.. ' Saltap le W o:,;
eepon R 23 :40 pip
Springd , e Nok 0:40 ti m Snrlnad'e No 26 36 tki4
Aboye - trains run dally esrept •unday.
The Church -Train leaves ,•Allegiteny .lanetion
ever! dendayjst T:•10 a. m.oreachl o g A ilegbety
City al II:50m m: - Returning, leaver Allegheny-
City at IMO p. m. and arrive at Allegheny. aw -.
tion at 3:40 p: in. • ' ' * ' -
COIIIII7SATION Titgars—lfor bale teilaCkailk II
of Twenty, between Allegheny City. I !hestnut..
*tree. , ilei t tlas - : -14Mnard, Alleg heny
Creek. Etna an 6
Sharpstmrg and good omy_on the teams stopping
. at Stations spedned ontk .kets .
The trains - leaving Allegne„ny City at 1:00 a.
m. make direct eonnettlon at Freepon a ithWal.
keeis line of Stages for Butler and Hannah. tows.
gh tickets may be-purchased at Us* tuner.
Tilcirr.7l6l Clair street, near the fitapeztstonliridrs,
Pittsbur. h. and-at the Venni.; Allegheny.
For farther information apply to
JAMES LEFFRIITI3; - Agent.
• . ..,-.. ~....,,....Federal Street Depot.
The Weatern. Pennsylvania Railroad 'will hat •
at slime any OW for Baggage. eXcept for wearing
apparel, and limit their -- responsibility to v.a
Hundred Dollars -Itt- • siduei All. - baggage 4X•
ceeding tt Is amount In value wllibe at the that OIL
the owner, unless talrembyspecial coatrace r._
EDWARD H. WI 1 .1
.a,p3S - Geneva). Buterlutandeut, Altoona. fa.
ITTSBURGH A NIMIM
il CINCINNATI 'A.
. Loins BA.ILWAL
PAR HANDLE HOME.
CELANG9 , OP TIME.—On anct after MONDAY
April Seth, 1869, trains will leavessid irrfte Si
tat Union Depot, LB ffiallows:
- • _ Depart. Arne,.
S:08 a. tn. 131;13 sk. •
9;43 a. la. !flap. ot
Fast Ltae....—.. .....
- iiirese • a; 354.337.. -.4i33 L Eli
Mixed Acc'n ' 5:33 s au - 6158 p. to.
Ke.Donald_ls4o3 , 9 /8
, N0.113:43 a. m. 8:18 a. .
Stenbeur9l6 - luxommod. '3:sBp. m. 9:33 a.ell ,
licikmald.. Amon. No.,181). n.. . R. ISI D. us.
Mmday Chard: Traln.. 15:58,p. In: 9:98 a., a.
iSir 9:33 P. ti. tree Willlcurtre Aal
101:113 Pi Crain tuxiTe
All other trains will run *ally: Bnnuays except.
The otaa L m. Train =ekes close cot
ilecikaw s - Newark fir
- -B. I. BOULL, Sextant Metes ,Olvenh
On and after TUESDAY. Noyember.
1501, trains will arrive at and depart from Um
De bbi corner 01 Dont-and Water streets, of
• ,Depart. - Artless.
Milt° and from Union- _
-town • ' 1 1:00.4._ Y. 6:00 P.
- 1 /04-eesPortAecomdt , o 11:00 A. m. 0 :05 P.
Ex.. to and from Unttn. '.3100!: It. 10:10
West. Newton Aceomid "
4:30 P. ii.. 8:35 A.
Braddoek's Aceoroda.n. 6:13 P. a. "7:50
Night Ac. toMelPsport.lo:3o P. 0:45 A. X
Sunday Chnre.h Troth to
and from West Newton 1:00 f. 0.10:001.
Tor tickets sway en**
- -•R. X. RAYMOND. Age
W. R. ElTOUT:'llitperntendent. * • no.
S " . I !ILLMIXPRI
UNION PACIFIC numir
The. attuitrzErr *IAD MUST. anti=
HOU rh froth the Kut WAIL ' poiste•
COliirado - ' Nevada; '
• California r. Fish,
ffewpilestro, iaaho, •
iic Tidni kiave 'ate Line: ;;c Lairs:ow:Mt
dallgiOndiglyeredrl.t he onl.ll vats
of no Hal rem Loufb, •
bat wasdiSt...-Joe Asdiresd from Quire!, connect'
ine• at Lawrence. Topelta sad %%amp wt
states ilor: all points in liansas. At end Of
AIS_ west of
_kysistrtit with the UNIT=
TATCM..MXPEW.._ COMPANY'S! . DAIL!
tillY UV FAT, 41.1C1 1 ZAIL ND KIM=
wAcx FOR • . •
All nu to tug Territories;
Asa wittistiNDlSEntrli'n I'.ll/•W L.SHLY
of CC/ACHY:As for Fort union, Bent's. P
uonestae, • Sante. 1% and all. not cps . In .11.1*
son!' and Ne w Mexico. ,
with the' ricetc addition'. .ot. stoet .
and r4utpment, and the arrangements moil
w ttb espotisfble lagerland Tra.noportation L in "
f ro mita western terminus. thw rorej now oilers
onoqued , ed Militia< for :he fesaismlsatorr GS
!veltat to tilt rtar at t n.
United Slor mt LAW *
atm Vatiadmia at AM aka -piincoOli 01:10ea
Rs ',arsine' ask or 6. , E.!' 41 , 1116 • YOKI
Mfg" ' SI; r-rf f' *arr.. fltaLwa,y
• • ••• - • 11 . ...411141 ,
;:: fi'S~ O'ICBIfT~~,