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SAIURDAT, July 24, 1869. i
Business t enerally has been quiet and
dull during the week which bas just
closed, though not more so than usual
at this season of the year. The demand
for almost evetything is very light, be
ing restricted mainly to supplying -im
mediate wants—dealers generally, are
~disposed to carry just as little stock as
;possible, being apprehensive of a shrink
age in values. Furthermore it is not like
ly that there will be any improvement
" in trade within the next thirty days, or
L a id country people are through with
h vesting. I
The weather wiring the week had been
unusually fine for harvesting, and it is
safe to say that most Of the wheat in
this section of country has been fialely' ,.
secured, and it is generally conceded,
that the yield is the largest for mans
years. , 1 .
It is a fact worthy of Consideration,
that spring wheat flour. in conseqUence
of the high price in the west, is in a fair
way for being driven out • 'of this
market. At this time, choice spring
wheat brands cost as much as good win
ter wheat flour, and taking Chicago
prices as a basia, even more. The Chi
cago Tribune of Friday, in commenting
on the wheat market and noticing the
fact that August deliveries were not
worth as much as those of July, says:
This argues less confidence in the future
than the present, a condition of things
partially traceable to the large quanti
ties of red winter wheat from Indiana
now offering on this market at the prices
of spring grain. The winter wheat crop
is the largest ever known, ~and it will
compete seriously with_ spring in the
markets. It is now offered here by
four or five parties to the extent of per
haps 100,000 bushels, for August, in
round lots, this being the first time in a
long time, that winter wheat has
been tittered in round lots on this mar
ket. Several thousand - bushels have
already been sold for this month. This
backward rnoyement of grain from lu
diana to Chicago is a result of the high
prtces which have been the Vale here for
some time past, Which have made it pay
better to ship to Chicago than in an
APPLES—In good demand and in
limited supply; sales at 53@4 for fair to
prime, and 54N®5 for choice.
BERRIES—SaIes Blackberries at $4
per bush. and Huckelberries at 55(4)5,50.
BUTTER—Unchanged; sales of good
to- choice at 20@25.
BEANS—SaIes at $1,75@2.
BRDOMS—Quoted as follows: No. 5
$6,50; No. 4'16: No. 3 55, No. 2, plain,
54,50. and market firm.
'CHEESE—SaIes Western Reserve, at
15; Hamburg, at 16; Factory, at 17; and
Goshen, at 18. •
CARBON OIL—Is dull but unchang
ed; sales of 50 or
-100 barrel lots, at 27(4)
28. and in small lots. 29(4)30.
DRIED FRUIT-Peaches have still
further detained, and hoidens are anx
ious to realize and close out. We now
quote at 7@B for quarters, and 12(4)13 for
prime halves.' Apples 10@12c, as to
EGGS—Demand rather better, and
fresh packed may be quoted at 21.
FLOUR—For the first time in several
years, Spring and Winter Wheat are
'about the same price: in this market,
and if there is not a reaction in the
west soon, Winter will be the cheaper of
the two. Dealers, cannot bring flour
here from Chicago or Milwaukee, at
present prices. : and as a consequence,
stocks are , very much rundown, and the
arrivals very small. Choice Spring
Wheat Hour, is quoted at $7, 0 01 while
good' Winter Wheat is offered at same
price, and it is generally conceded that
In point of quality, Winter is better-than
Spring, particularly in hot weather.
GRAlN—Prime to choice old Wheat is
in demand, at 451,35©1,40: sale 1 car new
(from Indians) at 51,35,•ind it is report
ed that 10.000 bush Amber has been
offered at 51,25, for future delivery. Oats
in better supply and the iharket is
rather dull, though the majority of deal
ers think that higher prices will prevail
before the new crop is brought forward,
and some parties refuse to sell at pres
•7'ent prices; we continue to quote at 68(4)
69 - on track and 70(4)72 for small lots in
store. Rye is In demand at 51,25, with a
sale of 1 car load at 51,27. Corn Is strong
and very scarce in this market; we now
quote at 90@95, although some holders
are asking 51,00, -;'and It well probably
bring that figure within a day or two.
HAY—Sales of new crop from wagon,
115(4)25, as to quality. Baled (old crop)
scarce and firm with sales at 525(4)28.
HEMP—Last sales at 5205.
HUSKS—SaIes at 2%@3 cts per pound.
LlXE—Clevelruad Lime is quoted at
52,50, per bbl, and Common White at
LARD OlL—Sales of No. 2 at 51,15@
1,18 and No. 1 at 1,45(441,48
POULTRY—BaIes of spring chick
ens, at 65@6,70 per pair.
POTATOES—Continue very dull, with
a supply largely in. excess of demand;
we. now quote at 51.,50©1,75 per bbl. -
PROVISIONS—Market _ firmer and
prices tending upward: Shoulders, 15;
Ribbed Sides, • 17%(4)18; Clear sides, 19;
Plain Hams, 19; Sugar Cured Hams. 2 . 44
2:i: Sugar Cured Shoulders, 17; Dried
Beef, 21@22. Lard, 20 1 /a2034, in tierces .
and 21 in kegs.' Mess Pork. 533%.
—PEANUTS—SmaII sales at 12.
SALT—Allegheny River brands are
quoted, by the car load, at 51,75(4)1,80.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Naw Yong, July 24.—Cotton js steady
and more doing; sales of 1,200 bales as
34e for middling uplands. Flour; re
ceipts were 6,019 bbls.; Flour is active and
4.5®25c better; the advance is chiefly
upon shipping .grades; sales of 12,600
bbls. at 0,056,25 for superfine state
and western, $6,60®7,25-for common to
choice extra state, f6,30@7,25 for extra
vreatern, 117,30@7,60 for white wheat
extra, 86,70©7,60 R. H. 0., 87@7,50 for
extra St. Louis, sB@lo for good to choice
do. Rye Flour firm; sales of 300 bbis. at
g4,50@6,75. Corn Meal firmer; sales of
300 bbls. southern at 0,76, 20 bbls.
Brandywine at 16. Whisky is decidedly
firmer; sales of 400 bbls. western at 81,07
4@1,08 for free. Wheat; receipts were
144,149 bash.; Wheat is I(g,2c better with
a good export. fair speculation and mid
dimg demand; sales of 186,000 bdsh. at
$1,64®1,56 for No. 2 spring, inside price
for Inferior Chicago, $1,69(g1,61 f or
N 6. 1 do: 81,65 for amber Michigan; 81,66
for new amber Georgia: $1,57 for now
amber Maryland; 81,66' for white State;
$1,66©1,70 for whiteMiChigan.and $1,7236
for white California. Eve more active
stick firmer; 16.000 busltwestern at $428
igtl,llo. Barley nominaL. , Barley malt
steady; 700 bush State at 19c. Corn .2@3c
better and more active, receipts 104,628,
sales 179.000 bush at 85c©51.02 for un
sound new mixed western;
for Sound do, the latter price, for very
choice; 11,10 - for western yellow. Oats
dull, new beginning to arrive; receipts
28,802, sales 8,000 bush at 82%e for west
ern ihatore;Bs®Bs3o do afloat, and 75@
80c . for Jersey new on;. spot and
toArrive. Moe is dull. Co ff ee
Artist- Sugar , quiet; — 325' - isms ettba
at 11X®1234c; 140 boxes Havana at 12c.
Molasses dull. Petroleum quiet at 17c
for crude, and 32c for relined. Hops
quiet at o@l7o for American. Linseed
Oil dull at 97c(4)51. Coal quiet. Leather:
hemlock sole drooping at 11,30@1,32,
Buenos Ayres and Rio Grande light and
middle weights.. Wool steady, with
sales 25,000 pounas at 45@530 for domes
tic fleece, 35@37c for unwashed, 40(4)46c
for pulled, and 56y5@58c for scrubbed.
Pork steady and more active, with sales
1,600 bbls at $32,25@32,87 for new mess;
closing at $32,75; regular at $32@32,25;
old do. at $27@28; prime at $28,50, and
129,50 for prime mess. Beef quiet, with
sales 140 bbls at sB@l6 for new plain
mess, and sl2@lB for new extra mess.
Tierce Beef nominal at /26(Pb for prime
-mess, and $25@30 for India mess. Beef
Hams steady, with sales 150 bbls at s2s@
31. Cut Meats quiet and firm ' with Aales
130 Packages at 1334@14c for shoul
ders, and 18®19c for hams. Middles
quiet and steady, with sales of 50 boxes
ice cured at 163 i c. Lard quiet, with sales
of 470 tierces at 17®10qc for steam and
19x®193:ic for kettle rendered; also 250
tierces steam buyer July at 19%c, But quiet at 16g28c for Ohio and 16@36c
for State. Cheese quiet at 11©15c.
Sheeting copper steady at 32c. Ingot
copper dull and drooping at =@22y,c for
Lake Superior. Pig iron rather more
active at easier prices; sales at $37,50(4)
42,00 for Scotch and $38@42 for American.
Bar quiet at $85(4)90 for Refined English
and American. Sheet dull at 103(,©12%c
gold for Russian. Nails without decided
change at $4,70@4,75 for cuts; $6,20(4)6,25
for clinch and 26(4)30c for horse shoe.
Freights to Liverpool heavy, with ship.
ments of 50,000 bush wheat at 7d per sail
and 8d per steam, 1,000 bbls flour per
steamer at 2s 6d. Spirits turpentine
quiet and steady at 42;; @4354c.
Latest—Flour closed active and .s©loc
better for shipping grades Wheat firm
er, with good inquiry at $1,56 for No. 1
spring. Rye active and firm at $1.30 for
prime western. Oats dull at 95@8534c
for western afloat, and 72(380c for new
crop Jersey to arrive and on the spot.
Corn firm at 85c(4)51,95 for unsound, and
8147@1,10 for sound new mixed western.
Pork quiet and steady, with sales 325
bbls at $32,
75(4)32,85 for mess. Beef
steady, with a moderate demand. Cut
Meats firm and fairly active. Bacon dull
and nominally unchanged. Lard quiet
at 195‘c for fair to prime steam. Eggs
dull at 23@24c
CHICAGO, July 24.—Eastern Exchange.
is firmer, at 1-10 per cent. pr:mium sell
ing.- Flour slow and quiet at $4,75@5,50
for spring extras. Wheat firmer and 1
@l%c higher, with sales of No. 1 at $1,38
@1,38X, closing unchanged; sales of No.
2at $1.36®1,37, closing at $1,36%. This
afternoon No. 2 was firm at $1,36, seller
for July, and $1,3.5% was bid, seller for
August. Corn firm, and No. lis entire
ly nominal, with sales of No. 2 at 87@92c
for regular and fresh receipts, closing at
90@)90)4c for fresh, - and 87c for old re
ceipts; rejected at 82©823.4c, and no grade
at Sic. This afternoon No. 2 was
quiet and firm, with sales at 903.5©91c,
seller August, and nominally 93c. seller
last half. Oats firmer and tic. higher,
with sales No. 2at 6934@6931c,, and re
jected at 66@6634c., closing at 693 4 @
69,ic. for No. *...; sales No. 2 at \59@59,44c.
seller August. Rve,quiet at $142 for No.
1, and $1,06@1,07 for No. 2. Barley dull
and nominal at $1,25 seller August.
Highwines firm and 2c. higher, with
sales at 51(2)1,02, closing at out
side. Sugar active at 131;®14Nc.
for common to prime Cuba. Mess
Pork active, 25@50c. higher; sales at $33
@33,50, closiag- at the outside figure.
Lard 1814(4)137 4 7 'c. Dry.ealted shoulders
13Ng1334c. Sweet pickled hams 1634®
17c. Rough sides 16c. Short rib mid
dles 16!„;c. Freights steady: 3c. for oats
and 4c. for corn to Buffalo. Receipts for
the past twenty-four hours: 3,217 bbls.
flour, 26,953 bushels wheat 36,848 bushels
corn, 16,368 bushels oats,
740 bushels rye,
4.025 hogs. Shipments: 3,393 bbls. dour,
37,534 bushels wheat, 111,106 bushels
corn, 1,954 bushels oats, 321 bushels rye,
ST. Louis, July 24.—Tobacco steady
and firm. Cotton nominally lower, 32©
323,-Ic. Hemp firm. with sales of low
grades of undressed at $1,18@1,25. Flour
—low grades in demand and some in
quiry for choice and fancy for the east;
spring super sold at $5,12M(4)5.25; spring
and fall extra $5,40@5,80, XX $d,37%(al
6,50, XXX $6,75@7,50, fancy sB©9. W heat
in fair demand and prices were
maintained; a small lot of No. 2 Spring
in sacks sold at $l.lB, prime to choice red
fall $1,35@1,45, choice white 31,50. Corn
firm and higher at $1,05 for prime yel
low, $1,05@1,10 for prime to choice white,
$1,11.%©1,12 for fancy do. Oata; holders
firm and buyears standing off; with only
small sales to feeders; new in bulk
sold at 50e; old mixed, 68@i70c; choice
and fancy. white, 74@75e. Rye firm at
$1,25. Whisky firm at $1,05. Provis
ions very strong and advancing ; pork
$33,50@34, the latter for extra heavy; dry
salt meat held firmly without sales; ba
con higher, sales at 14 c, for shoulders
18©19c for clear sides; clear rib aid. a held
at IS:: ic.with small j obbitig ,sales at 18N©
19c. for choice tierce. Groceries quiet and
unchanged. Cattle in fair .demand. but
common grades lower, price% range froth
3@63fc. Hogs, small supply ; but firm at
8@93,4e. Receipts—Flour-4,700 b Ws.;
wbeat-17.300 bush.; corn ---5,100 bush.;
oats-2,300 bush ; hogs--100 head.
BUFFALO, July 24.—Receipts-26,000
bush wheat, 1,600 bbls flour. Shipments
—38,000 bush wheat. Freights-12%®130
on wheat, 11c on corn, and 734 c on oats to
New York. Flour advanced 25c on
spring, with sales 100 bbls- western ba
kers' at r,50; 40 bbls western spring at
$6,15®6,50. Wheat in fair deinand,prin.
cipally speculative; closing quiet and un
settled, with sales 15,000 bush No. .2 Mil
waukee at $1.45, to arrive; 15,000 bush do.
at 81,4534 to arrive; 8,000 bush Chicago
No. 3at $1,34; 44,500 bush No. 2 Chicago
at 81,42©1,4234@1,43, and 18.000 bush No.
2 Milwaukee at $1,44. corn quiet; sound
ccarcei with sales 8,000 bush western at
99c; 24,000 bush No. 2 western at $l, and
24,000 bush No. 1 western at $1,05; closing
firm. Oats steady arid quiet at 78e. Rye
nominal at 81,20.
,Barley—none in mar
ket. Peas scarce; nominally , 81,3011,35.
Pork steady at 533,50. - Lard steady at
190. Highwities'acarae; $1,03 bid for 100
CINCINNATI. July 24.—Flour =Merl
family 08(416,25. Wheat active for new
and tho prices are higher; red $1,25@1,30;
white $1,40©1,50.- the --latter rate for
choice, and'the supply has not, been near
equal to the demand. Corn icarce and
prices higher; ear wanted at SOc. Oats
firm at 73©76c. the latter rate for white.
Rye firm at 90@95c. Nothing doing in
Cotton hero. Tobacco firm.. Whisky
firm at 31; holders asked §.1,03 at the
close. Provisions firm, with decidedly a
stronger feeling. Mess pork 03@33,25.
Bulk meats 1.3011135(c. for shoulders, and
153;ig18c. far sides.. Bacon 14% ®14,4c.
for shoulders; 18®18,,c. for clear rib
sides, and 1831518Nc. for clear, the out
side rates generally asked; sugar cured
hams =©23c. Butter firm for that in
Prime order at 24@28c. Eggs/14c. and,
dull. No changgi in oil. Groceries firm
and'in good demand. Geld 136 buying.
P?aphange dull at par buying.
Osvrkoo, July 2.4.—P1dul ins good de
mand and market batter, with sales of
2,000 bblis at 17 toy Nig. I spring, $7,50 for
amber winter, $8.25. or white and $9 for
double extra. Wheat firm and quiet:
No. 1 Milwaukee Club held UN and =a
PITTSBURGH 6AZETTE • MOkbA.ii', ,TULY 9 '6 1869.
'her Michigan' SLS7. - Corn very . twat*
and higher; No. I held $1,07. Corn meal
e 2,20 per cwt._ 1.1111 feed firm; shortss2l,
-shipstuffs $,23, and middlings $.28 par ton.
Canal freights: wheat 8%,
and corn 7%c
to New York. Railroad freights: flour
to Boston 68; to New York 58c, and to
Albany 50c. Lake imports, 242,000 bush
wheat. Canal exports, 7,500 bush wheat,
40,000 bush corn.
CLEVELAND, July 24.—Flour; city made
at;s9 for treble extra white; $7,75(4)8 for
double extra amber; $6,75@7 for double
extra red winter; $6 for extra red winter;
$6,50 for double extra spring; county.-
made at $7,50@8,25 for -double extra
white; 66,25@7,25 for double extra red
and ambea; *6,25@6,75 for double extra
spring. Wheat--sales2,ooo bu. No. I red
winter, seller August, at $1,35; 1 car do.
spot at $1,43. Corn held at 98c(4351. Oats
held at 80c. Rye firm and held at $l,lO
@1.15. Petroleum stronger; refined held
at 28®20c.; crude better and held at $6,60.
NEW ORLEANS, July 24.-Cotton (kill
:and nominal, middlings 323;c.; sales 78
; ales.- Gold 1361. Exchange shirling
. i .,
5034: .New Yoik sight 3; premium.
lour firm superfiine $6; doule extra s6lsp
@6,75. Corn $1,25 and looking upward.
Oats 77c. Hay, prime $29. Pork $34,75.
Bacon retailing at 15, 183.;©19 1 /0. Lard,
tierce 79 1 ,1@21c.; keg, 2134@=3' 2 e. Sugar,
common 10.@11; prime 13%c. Molasses,
choice fermenting 63@64c. Whisky $1,15.
Coffee dull, fair 153.5 c.; prime 16X®17c.
MILWAUKEE, July 24.—Flour firmer
With sales of choice lowa and Minnesota
at $6@6,75. Wheat is unsettled at $1,42
. for No. 1, and $1,383; for No. 2. Oats
nominal. Corn scarce and firm at 90c
for No. 2. Rye and Barley are nominal.
Grain freights are quiet, steady and un
changed. Receipts-1,000 barrels flour,
28,000 bushels wheat, and 1,000 bushels
oats. Shipments-3,000 barrels flour,
8,700 bushels wheat, and 1,000 bushels
BALTIMORE, July 24.—Flour firm and
scarce; .low and medium grades are
wanted; prices are unchanged. Wheat
dull and weak; prime to choice red sold
at $1,45@1,65. Corn dull; prime white
sold at 1;1,10; : yellow - $1,05Q1,08. Oats
dull; new 65@ sc. Mess Pork $35. Ba
con active ancuadvancing: rib aides 183.0.;
clear rid 19c.: Shoulders 15 .i®ls:ye; hams
24c. Lard-firm at 19 1, .:@20c. Whisky;
stock scare and in demand at $l,lO.
TOLEDO, July 24.—Flour is steady.
Wheat a t2c better and fairly active ;
amber 81,51©1,52; N 0.2 red 61,42 ®1,42 4 ;
white Michigan regular at $1,46 for No.
2; old red $1,38 with active speculative
demand. Corn a shade lower; Nc. 1 87c:
No. 2 84c; rejected SO. Oats quiet and
firm, held at 76c. Receipts—flour 1,000
bbls, wheat 5,400, corn 12,000 buSh. Ship
ments—flour 200 bbls, wheat 1,800, corn
4,500, oats 700 bush.
Lotriavrnix, July 24.—Heavy Bagging
has advanced to 23c. Flour quiet and in
good demand;" superfine $4,25. Grain
quiet and firm; Wheat: red • 81,15; white
81,2".5. Corn in bulk; 85c. Oats in bulk
72c. Rye - ,81®1,10.! Leaf Tobacco firmer:
sales 104 hhds
_tobitcco. 5 plat, 0,75. PEo•
visions in good demand; mess pork $33.
Bacon: clear sides 19;:;c.; clear rib 183;c.:
shoulders 15c. fancy sugar cured hams
124 c. Lard l 9 ;c. Whisky firm.
PHILADELPHIA, July 24.—Flour dull.
Wheat is in light demand, with quota
tions barely maintained; sales of rod at
.81,50@1,55. Corn is active and higher:
sales of yellow at 81,17@1,18, mixed
western at $1,14Q1,16. Oats dull and
lower, with western at 76Q76c. Provis
ions unchanged. Petroleum - less strong:
sales of crude at 22c, refined at 311§@
313bc. Whisky unchanged.
INl.Empars, July 24.—Cotton inactive,
31c. asked for low middling; receipts, 63
bales; exports, 66 bales. Flour firm and
unchanged. Wheat, new 81;25. Corn
thm. 95c. Oats 82@85e. Hay, none in
market, nominal at $27. Bran $2l. Corn
meal 84,23@4,75. Pork 834,50. Lard 20
V2l jc. Bacon advanced; shoulders 15'
415;5c.; sides 19%®193c.
CHICAGO, July 14.—Cattle steady and
fairly active at 83,50@4,37 . % for common
cows and Texan steers; 85,40@6,25 for
light; $6,40@6,75 for medium to good; $7
@7,50 for good to choice and $7,70 for ex
tra choice steers. Hogs active and a
shade firmer at 58.50@8,80 for for light,
88.90@9,10 for fair to medium and $9,12 1 .1
@9,25 for good to choice.
DETiorr, July 24.—Hour: stock light
and market strong on all gradea. Wheat
firm; extra white PM; No; I sold at
$1,70, and No. 2at 81,44: amber held at
$1,44 for No. 1. •
NASHVILLE, July 54.—Cotton quiet
for low middling; . 31e fOr good ordinary.
Wheat firm; red at $1,10®1.15; amber at
131,20(51,25; white at $1,25@1,30. Flour
Dry Good's Market.
NEW. Tont, July 24.—The inquiry is
quite limited, as usual on ,-, Saturday, but
we are now so near the opening of the
active season that there is no disposition
to force sales unless at full prices. All
standard Brown Sheeting's of .the best
makes are firm at 17c.: Arnoskeag,do.,
16340.: Atlantic, 1435 c.: do. Shirtintrs,
13®135c.: Lawrence D. dcl, 15@153;
agents' price 1634 c. less dye per cent.
.A.uburn Bleached Muslins, 17 1 ! ; c f ; .Ma
sonville, 1: D Lonsdale, 19c.; Gold Medal.
153 c.; Forest, 25c.; Lyman, 25c. ,Ameri
can new styles Prints, 13c.; nettles,
/5;fc.,• Dunnels, 1334 c.; Cocheco, 114 e.
Amoskeag Corset Jesus, 15c.; Naumkeag
Salteen, 173©18c.; shark Grain gags,
47c., and White Rock Linseeds, 2,111,,c.
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD
CLEIVEL42ND AND PITTB2IIIHOIL . BAIL.
ROAD. July 24.-1 car lumber, Hamilton,
AA Sr Co; 4 cars stone, J L L -Knox; 50
bbls oil, J - Spear it co; 18 bbls copper ore,
it Boston Si Co; 13 csks scrap iron,
J Moorhead; 799 billets iron. lelimick dt
Co; 125 bbls flour, Schomaker dt L; 10
bbls lager, beer, J Kessler; 2 bbls dry
apples, Morrison& D; 20 taxa starch, At
well it Lee; 10 bxs cheese, J Daub; 11 ska
rye, 1 bbl eggs. Smith, Johnston ez Co; 16
liar cheese, ti bbls apples, Bruggerman
O'B; 1 car corn, J W Simpson; 2,000 ft
lumber, Graham & Lyons; 1 car pig iron,
Lewis & Co; 6 bbls apples, W H Graff ik
Co; 33 do do, 1 bbl potatoes ~ 2 kgs butter,
2 bbls eggs, Voigt, Mahood Lo; 13 bbls
apples, Van Gorder S; 12 bbls potatoes,
P Duff it Son; Bdo apples, H Rea Jr; 3
do do, Head it Metzgar; 2 tubs cheese, J
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE it
OAOO RAILROAD, July 21-3 cars
metal, Niinick dr, Co; 1 do do, Loomis dt
Collard: 1 do do, Brown dt Co; 2
do do, Hallman 62 Han-mett i • 3 do do, J
Moorhead; 100 bbls flour, T C Jenkins dt
Bro; 100 do do, S Lindsay'Jr it Co; 100
bides ' .7 Hai:linen it Sou; 17 bales broom
corn, W Mardriff: 121 laides ' M Delange;
3 cars wheat, Liggett Co; 48 bbls pearls
Excelsior Glass Co; 216 sks rye, W J
Meek; 40 bxs cheese, 3 pkgs eggs, Volgt,
Mahood d:c Co; bbl eggs, Means Sc Cof
fin; SO reams paper, Godfrey it. Clark; 1
box tobacco, Little dz Baird; 298 bgs
oats, McHenry dr. Rood; 12 do do, H Rea,
Jr; 6 bas bacon, Glditchell; 2 hhds to
bacco; A Schaub; 10 tcs hams, J H. Par
ker; 30 cases cement, Dunlap.
Pirrenusa, CINCINNATI AND ST.
LOTTO Rai faloAD, July 21_1 ear s t av es,
Wm Hastings; 38 bdis . teeth, Hussey dc
Wells; '2 tom =lee, J 8 Patterson; 2 do
drugs, B L Fahnestoek; 100 bbls floor,
Dan Wallace; 7 di eggs, W H e m ir; 0
bire cease, Strickler, M dr,Co 20 aka
mea l, yi y 11Dt lumber, B R ?U
-gh:Lula; 11 eke Soar. ! T &Wein; 1 bbl ba
entii - Pied43ehletda ‘l l- diisli6rMettilat di
Harper: 10 do dour, J B Campbell, 1 car
staves, Painter & Son.
ALLEGHENY STATION, 1\ , , , 24.-
1 car metal, John Nanz: 1 do cooperage,
J M Hemphill; 1 do do, Ralya t Robeq
sori; 187 bgs oats, M Steel ck. Son; 1 car
metal, Rogers & Burchfield; S bbls eggs,
I Kohen; 2 cars stone, Forrester & Me.
graw; 7 cars limostone, Superior Iron
Co; 1 car wheat, Kennedy Bra; 1 do lum
ber, J B Ingham: 1 larsl eggs. 3 half bbls
butter, J N Simeon; 5 bra farina, Moon
A.LLIZEIHENT VitLLET RAZ:3IOAD, July
24.-2 cars stone, Anderson de Co, 1 do
do, Harrison & Co; 2 bbls eggs, 11 bgs
rye, H Rea Jr; 145 sks oats, 4do corn,
Scott & Gisal; I bbl crackers, W M
Gormly;*49 bgs rags, Frazier & Metzzar;
8 cars limestone Sboenberger &
Blair; 2.cars metal, John Moorkead; 2 do
do, H Woodsides; 10 1 10 bbls oil, J Wil
kins; 240 do do, Pool Bro; 58 do do, W
Wilson & Co.
The river was about stationary yester
day, with five feet two inches in the
channel. Weathei clouily and warm,
with slight indications of more rain.
There have been no arrivals or depar
tures aside from the regular packets.
The Kate Putnam would have left for
St. Louis, had it not been for the scarci
ty of freight.
—The Bell arrived and departed as
usual on Saturday.
—The Leonidas, New Orleans to Pitts-
burgh, was at Louisville on Friday.
—Jack Chambers has located perma
nently at the Hot Springs, and-is now
—The nail works at Wheeling have
all stopped work, and freight from pare,
in consequence, is scarce.
—Geo. Lewis, formerly of Lou:svillo,
has taken an interest iu the Evansvide
wharf boat of Humphry, P. & Co.
—Capt. Barney Bagley, a well known
river pilot, was arrested at St. Louis on
Monday; for passing •counterfeit money.
—A letter frotd•Calro states that about
the only thing saved from the wreck of
the Louisiana, recently burned, was the.
—Mr. Patrick has sold nis interest in
the wharf boat at Evansville to George J.
Lewis, and joined the Star Union fast
—Theft C. Gray, Capt. Whittaker, is
announced for Cincinnati and Louisville
forthwith. She will receipt freight
through to New Orleans.
—The kiendota bar, which heretofore
has been N•hlgh and dry" at this season-,
has partially washed into the channel,
and the sloughing below Fort Snelling is
filling up the course.
—Donald Mclntosh, a first-class car
penter and builder of Dubuque, lowa,
met with an accident the other day, and
was killed. He was born in Inverness,
Scotland, and was 42 years of age.
—Captain H. H. Symmes telegraphs
from Sioux City, 21st, to John N. Bo
finger, "Missouri is rising; War Eagle is
back from Fort Stephenson, and Suoma
rine is back from Milk river. Both left
today for St. Louis."
—Capt. James Hamilton has tempo
raraly assumed command of the Kate
Putnam in place of Capt. Reed, who is
on the sick list. The Putnam will posh
tively chart for. St. Louis to-day, and
passengers and shippers - should bear
this in mind.
—Advises from Fort Benton report the
river lower at that point than ever before
known at this time of the year, and busi
ness very dull. Many-, of the mountain
fleet will not be able to' reach Benton at
all, but will be compelled to transfer their
freight to lighter crafts, and return. At
last accounts the Andrew Acley was en
gaged in the "lighting up" business.
—Advices from the extreme upper
Missouri say, there is but one foot of
water on Dauphin's rapids, and that sev
eral baste will be unable to reach Fort
Benton. Two or three of them have noti
fied owners of merchandise to send for
their goods overland. Unless there is a
rise in the river, it is thought £omeof the
boats will be obliged to winter in the up
—Fort Benton advices to the 21st say
The Nick Wall has arrived at Cow Island,
unable to come farther up. ; Passengers
are going to and from that point on mac
kinacs. The steamer Columbia is at Cow
Island. with all her freight on board, and
has notified the consignees to come for it,
as she will stay there until the river
rises or spring. The steamer Stockdale
is at Cow Island. Her freight iscontract
ed to go overland, and she leaves in a
few days for below. The Tempest and
Nick Wall discharged part of their
freight at Cow Island, and have gone
below for the balance. .The Flirt has
gone to Music Shell; end leaves for Sioux
City, August sth.
cINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE.
FOR CINCINNATI and
LOMSVILLE.—Tbe ape pas
R. C. GRAY
Crtil le,ve for the ahoy** au4 in oratedlate ports
on THIS OILY, 26th lust.; giving through re
ceipts I.r Memphis and New
bur frclght or pmsaire apple on ',wird or to
'WEIN VLAO . K. or
J D. COLLINDWOOD, Agents:
FOR CAIRO. ST.
LOUIS; DUBUQUE and T.
PAUL The steamer •
KATE PUTNAM Capt. G. W. B&W.
leave as above THIS DAY, the 26th i inst.
at 4 o'clock Y.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
D 22 FLACh & C01.1.1140W0u-L, Agents.
WIDEEL IND AND l'Alt-
KERSBUHO LlNE.—Leavy cutnnanc , s wharf
Mont.. Mot 111 NV Street. daily at 12 M.. WED
NESDAYS and SATURDAYS
atilt LABLE... .. .. L. IhENNAN. Master.
-ereltilit will be receMES ive
LLINat alt boars by
7,LAVIL B ouLLiNewoOD,
U. B. IitAJISHAL'S oincE, 1.
'W. D. of PenittiylVania,
PITTSBURGH, July. 20.1869.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that
on the 121 tn day of July, A. D. 1809,
a 14 - arrant In Bankruptcy was Issued against the
E-tote of 180L031.1/8 C. HESS. of Aliegheuy
City. In the County of Allegheny, and State of.
Pennsylvania, who has been :Mitt oged a Bank:
rapt on. has own petitlon: th.t the payment of
auy r ebts and dettvery of any property belong ,
ing to ouch Bankrupt or to him or for hi, use,
and the transfer of any prop.yty by him are for
bidden be law; that a Meeting of the . re.titora
of the said 4 aukrupt, to prove their Debts and
to choose one or more assignees of his ketate,
will be held at a • ourt of Dinkruptcy to be
holden at , No. 116 Federal street. Allegheny
City, Allegheny county, Pennsylvani a before
jots sl S..PlIn VIA NOtt. Brel..,Begister. on the
SIXTH DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1869, nt 10
o clock A. rt. A. MURDOCH. •
litiii,..4sU. S. Mar.hal, as Messenger. •
_ . ...._
0.133 THIRD AV ITWIJEFiiii.
ouse SA OI I
r.. —A large three story Brick Dwelling
hell, eleven rooms and more Hawn.
cellar gas and water fixtures, near rho corner of
iimlintield street. Lot iSU feet front by 85 deep.'
Possession will be given St one month.' notice if
desired. For farther information apply to
S. CU:1118E1LT & SONS,,
Jr 22 - 39 dlath avenue.
QIIEESE.-50 boxes Factory
ClreeseLjMs Nome Gosnen do., for nate ny
. .T. oArirrrytr.n.
ArPLE SUGAR .- 10 barrels
infrzuj t urA Tr, LLNki:
pm:p. ;MU MMA
MIMI LIFE. INSURANCE CO,
Hee, 75 Federal St., Allegheny City.
Hon. JAMES L. GRAHAM,
Rev. J. B. CLARK. D. D.,
Capt. R. ROBINSON,
Rev. A. K. BELL, D.D. '
Rev. S. R. NEsBLT. D.D.,
W. A. REED. Cashier Allegheny Trust Co.
JACOB RUSH, Real Estate Agent,
SLMON DRUM, Mayor of Allegheny,
C. W. BENNY. Hatter,
A. S. BELL. Attorney-at-Law,
D. L. PATTERSON, Lumber Merchaxi,
D. SWOGER, Insurance Agent.
Capt. ROBT. ROBINi:ON, President.
Rev. J. B. CLARK, D. D., Vice President,
JACOB RUSH, Secretary,
C. W. BENNY. Treasurer.
E. W. WHITE, Manicia, ADVISER.
DANIEL SWUGER, (en'l Agent.
TLls to aaome company. conducted on the mutual
Principle, each policy holder receiving an equal
share of the profits of the Company. Policies
will be issued on all the different plans of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an economi
cal basis will afford a safe investment to each
policy holder, and thereby retain the money at
home to elcourage home industry. in137:e33
B EN FRANIALIN
OF ALLEGHENY, PA.
OFFICE IN FRANKLIN SAVINGS BASH
No. 41 Ohio St., Allegheny.
A HOME COMPANY, managed by Directors
well =own to the corm:malty. who trust by fair
deattus to merit a attars of your patronasre.
WAD. D. RIDDLE...-
Henry Irwin, ID. L. Patterson, Wm, Cooper,
Goo. R. Riddle, 1 Jacob Franz, Gottlelb Faas,
Simon Drum,J. B Smith, Jacob 'Rush,
W. M. Stewart, co. ?. Whlston, Joseph Craig,
Joa. Lairtnut. , .3... J. Zlnhano, Tare. Enheo.
R. E. HERON,
No. 2 Fifth. Avenue. Second Floor,
PITTS.B ()RUH, FA.
Capital All Paid Up.
N, J. Higley, jr, Capt.M.-Balley,
Dican R allace, S. H. Hartman, A. Chambers,
Jake Hill, S. M'Clurk.n. Jas. 31•. bailey.
Thomas Smith, Jno.S.
ROBERT H. KING, President.
JNO. F. JENNINGS, Vice President.
JOS. T. JOHNSTON', SeereiarY.
Capt. R. J. GRACE, Dean Agent.
Insures on Liberal Tenni on all Fire
and Marine Risks.
Cor. Federal St. and Diamond, Allegheny,
Office, In the SECOND NATIONAL BANK
W. W. MART'S, President.
JO BROWN. .In. Vice President,
JAMES B. IST.ISVEAUN, Secretary.
John A. lifyler, 'Jas. Lockhart. Jos. Myers,
Jll6.l.;.Grailiam.lltobert Lea, C. C. Boyle,
Growti,Jr. George Gerst, 'Jacob !Kopp.
O.H PN iillamsiJno. Thompson! J. McNaisigher
INSURANCE COMPANY OF. PITTISSURE4;
OFFICE. to - 1574_1400D STREET. SAYE
Oi COMMERCE BuiLDING.
This la a Nome Company, and imams against
lose by Fire exclusively. ;
LEONARD. WALTER, President.
C. C. BOYLE, Vice President.
ROBERT PATRICK, Treasurer. '
131701:1 IdcELHENT. Secretary.
Leonard Walter, I
C. C. Bcvle, • beo. WEvams.
Robert Patrick. J. C. •L ' appe,
Jacob Painter. J. C. Flemer.
Josiah King, John Voegtley,
Jas. H. Hopkins, A. Ammon.
Henry Sproul, Iy4:
AEOPLES , ILNISCILEVCE COM•
OFFICE., N. E. coaNKR. WOOD d FIFTH STS
A Some Company, taking Flre and Marine Mats
John Watt, S e turt aPt e j l o r kil . IS L tih ßli cer ° ,
John IL Parka, Charles Arbucklt,
Capt. James Miller, Jared M. Brush, •
Wm. Van Kirk, Wm, F.-Lang,
James D. Verner Samuel MtCdckart
WM. PHILLIPt4 President.
ti APT..t Aß s. D ontnoN ea te y s
AGAINST LOSS BT FIRS
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO, OF PHILADELPHIA,
OPTIC E,4344 437 CHESTNUT ST., rielir irrE.
Mordecai H. Loair
David 2. Brown,
ii.dsvard C. Dale,
COFFIN, AG E-212,
rd and Wood Streets.
Mules ff. Handier,
Jacob R. hadth,
4- - eorge W. Richards,
CHARLES G. BANC:
BOW. C. DALE, Vice
W. C. STEELE, Secret
J. (.IARDNE :
North West corner Thi
WESTEWESTERN INSURANCE COM..
PANT OF PITTSBURGH. -
WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
CAPT. GEORGE NEELD, general Agent.
Glace, WI Water street, Spans d Co.'a W are
house, up stairs, Pittsburgh.
Will immre against all kinds of Fire and Ma
ria' disks. A home Institution, managed by Di
rector' who are well known to the community,
axd who ar. determined by promptness and liber
ality to maintain the character which they have
assumed, as odering the best protection to those
who desire to ha insured.
„Alexander Nimick, Joan R. McCune,
R. Miller, Jr., Chas. J. Clarke,
James ItlcAuley, William 8. Evans,
Alexander Speer, Joseph Kirkpatrick,
Andrew Acklen„ Phillip Reymer,
David M. Lung, Wm. Morrison, -
D. Ikunsen. - 1127
NEN $ BOY'S CLOTHING.
GRAY & LOGAN,
NO. 47 SIXTH STREET,
Are now offering n complete stock or Summer
elcithleg or medium and tine goods at the very
Children's Cassimere Linea and Suits.
Youths' Cassimere and Linen Suits.
Boys' Cassimere and Linen Snits.
Cents' Blue Flannel Sacks.
Gents' Alpaca Sacks.
Gents' White and Brown Duet Suits.
Cents' Scotch Chevoit Business and
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS
GRAY & LOGAN'S,
No, 47 SIXTH STREET,
3y1:130 , LATE BT. CLAIM.
t/hGLI, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO
B. W. and CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH It. It.
From May 9th, 1869 trains will leave Item'
and arrive at the Onton Depot, nortlialde.
burgh city time, as follow, :
Chicago Ex.... 2:08 a m Chicago Ex., z 3
Erie ycn Ex.7:38 am c .hicagoEx..Lll:o3 pat
CI. & - Wh_ g31 , 16:13 a m Wheeling Ex 10:48 aus
Chicago Ma11...6:58 a m St. Loul9 Ex 7:08 par
Chicago Ex„..9:43 a m Chl`go Ex&Hl4:oBp
Cl. & Wh'g Ex 2:06p m; Cleveland Ex 3:53 p
W' ic a &E E ri x E x 4:233 p m
g'nE6s c ::llB s p p mDepart/rem At/echeay.' Arrim
Leetsdale" 10:03 a m:l3ca'r Falls 8:28 ant
" 11:38 a m !New Castle "10:23 am
Rochester 1:28 pm; Enon 9:13 am
Enon .3:58 pm Leetsdale " 1:08 pm
Leetsdale Acc.s:l3 pm. Bea": Falls " 9:43 pm
Bea' rFalls " • 6:13 pm Leetsdale " 4:33 pm
Leetsdale " 10:43 PRI .
Fair Oats Sun- Fair Oaks Sun
day Church. 1:13 pm, day t,anrch. 9:58 am
//a: - •• 2:2311. m. Chicago Express leaves daily.
/Er 12:03 n. m.Chlcago Express arrives daily.
Si.d. KIMBALL, J. N. 31`CULLOUGH,
tien , l Ticket Agent. • Geallauptea't.
gLEANGE - OF axam
GHENT VALLEY RALLROAD.
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE OIL
REGIONS WITHOUT CHANGE OF OAKS.
on - andafter MONDAY, Jtuse iiSGTWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday)
will leave Pittsborg2 .D e corner of Elev
enth and pike streets, f
t br Franklin. 011 - Clty,But•
filo, and all nolnts l e 011 Regions.
LEAVE rsiTI3I3trEEEL IN PITTSBIIIIO2
Day Ex 8:00 a m 'Day Ex 5:15 pill
Night Ex .—. 7:30 pm: Night Ex 6;30 aZS
Brady's BAc 3:05 pm,Bratlya Ac 10:15 a m
Freeport Ac. 9:40 a m•lstitiorlaW'ke 7:40 a m
Ad SodaW , ks 6:3U p m ee_port
Ist Hutton... 6.45 a m Hutton.. fl:SO a
Ad Halton-12:00 m !Mid Holton... 2:00..p
3cl Hutton... 11.:00 pm 39 Hutton— 1:05 p m
Arnold's Ac. 5:0t1 p m'Arnold's Ac. '7:4-0 pm
Churcn train to and from Soda Works leave
Ptttsburgh at 1:10'Y. X. Arrive at Pittsburgh.
(Sundays,) at 9:50A. At.
ESpreSs trains stop only at principal points.
Accommodation rains stop at all stations
J. J. LAWRENCE, Gen't SnpG
THOMAS M. KING, Assn. Snp , t.
NIA CENTRAL BAIL
ROAD. On and after JULY 25th. 1869, TraLas
will arrive at and depart from the Union Depot,
corner of Washington and Liberty streets, as
Arrive. 1 Depart. -
'tail Train.— 1:25 ans;*DayExpress.. X:l3 33t
Fast Line..... 1.15 amlßoutnern Ex.. 4:50 ant
Wall's No. 1.. 6 20 ma Wail's No. 1.. 6:30 ant
BrintonAcc'n. 7:50 ansiMail Train 8:15 ant
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 am Bra'ksAc No11U:2 0 as
Cincinnati Ex.9:10 am o'Cincln'tlEx 19:30 pas
Johnstown Ac10:35 am' Wall's No. 2..11:45 ma
Bra:Lk E. Ac Nol 1:10 pm,Johnstown Ac. 3:05 pro
Pitts!) , gh Ex. 1:30 pm , Bra`ks Ac No 2 3:40 pm
Phila. Expressl:3o pmlPhila. Express 4:2opm
Walt's No. 3-2:50 pm , Wall's No. 3.. 1:50 pm
Bra - 3, Ac No 2 5:50 pmt Wall's No. 1-13:05 pas
Homewood Ac. 9:ssipm .•Fast Line..... 7:30 pm
Wall's No. 1.- 7:90 pm' Homewood Ac.13:50 pat
Way Passn'r 10:90 pm I Wall'sl:o.s.. 11:00 pas
"These trains snake close connection at Harris
burg for Baltimore.
The Church Train leaves Walls:Stationeveo y
Sunday at 9:05 a. so., reachiag Pittsburgh at
10:1'S a. m. Re turning, leaves Pittsburgh at
12:50 p. m. and arrives at Walls Station at
2:10 p. m.
-.Cincinnati Express leaves daily. Southern
Express leas es daily except Monday. All eu.er
tr.Da daily except Sunday: .
For further information apply_ to
W. R. BY.C.KTE; Agent
The Pennsylvaniaßallroad Company will note s
set me any Flak torßaggage, except for wearing' p
parel, and limit their responsibility to One Hu. -
dre. Dollars in value. All Baggage exceedtr C
Ott amount in value will be at the risk of tt e
owner, unless takonyrr special contract.
EDWARD ti. WILLi
an% General Superintendent. Altoona.a.
RA-LBOAD.—On and after April 25th,113139.ths
Passenger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
Eat road will arrive at 'and depart from est
Depot, Allegheny City. as follows:
Springd'e No18:40 a .... 7:00 a 19
Freeport No.18:20 a m ,Freeport No. 19:20am
Express 10:40 a ta!SharalPg No111:20 ant
Sharpb's No.11:20 p m Express. 2:50 pm
Freeport, No. 24:00 pmlSpringdre No13:30 pm
Mail 5:50 p m;Freeport N0.25:20 put
Springd'e No28:201" M iSnringd*eNo 28:30 p=
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves Allegheny sanct ion every ounday at 7:40 a. ni. reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. m. Returni ng, leaves Allegheny
City at 1:90 p. in. and arrive at Allegheny June.
ton at 3:40 p. m.
COMMUTATION TiClEirrS—For sale in packages
of Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut
street. Herr's, Bennett, - Pine Creek, Etna and
Sharpsbura and good only on the trains stopping
at Stations spe gilled on tickets.
The trans leaving Allegheny City at 7:00 a.
mt. make direct connection at Preepor withWal•
ker's line of Stages for Butler and HannaltstOwil.
Through tickets may be purchased at the Ogee.
No. ISt. Clair street, near the SuaPensionErifigli.
Pittabur. h, and "at the Depot, Aiiegheity,
For ftirther information apply to
JAMES_ LEFFERTS, Amt.
Federal Street Depot.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will
a. same any risk for Baggage, except for wearing
apparel, and limit their responsibility to Ons
Hundred Dollars in value. All baggage ex
ceeding this amount in value wilibe at the Mahar
the owner, unles EDW A RDpecial contract.
ap26 • Oeneryal Superintendent, Alto ona,
I CI:NUN - NATI ANDMIMINIE
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
CHANGE OF TIME.—On and after MONDAY,
April 516th, 1869, trains will leave and arrive a;
the Union Depot, as tbEcrws:
• .......—........ 2:hgt a. m. 19:13 a. 21.
Fast 1.1ne...•...7..T7.= Fa:
Express 51:33 p.m. 4:33 a.te
Nixed .A.cen 3:33 a. M. 6:53 p. m.
NcDonald's Accsn.No.lll:43 a. m. ' 8:13 a. roe
Steubenville Accommod. 3:58p. m. 9:33 a.m
111cDonal , Pe Ace , n. No. 23:151o. m. 3:18 D. m..
Sonday Church Than.. 12:33 p. m. 9:58 a. M.
Aar 2:33 P. N. train will leave daily.
12:13 P. at. train will arrive dally.
All other trains will run daily. Sundays except..
ed. The 9:43 a. ra. Train makes clone con•
notions at Newark rtr Zanesville.
S. F. SCULL, General Ticket Agent.
W. W. CARD, &Wt.. Stet:heaving. Ohto.
On and after TIIILSDAY, , - November, 17th,
tang, trains will arrive at and depart from the
Depot lorner of Grant and Water streets, al
Mill to and from Union.
T:99 4. K. 6:22 r.
Maeesport Accomdt , n 11i843 I: Di. Si 05 P. 6.
Ex. to and from Unt'n. 3:00 P. M. 10:10 A. Y.
West Newton A.ccom'd 4:30P. M: 8:35 A. 7/4
Braddoc's AccoutdVn. 8:15 P.
Night Ac. toMelf. , sport.lo:3o P. M. 6:43 A. ",
Sunday Church Train to
and from West Newton 1:00 P. w.10:00
For tickets apply
M. ItAYMOND, Agent
W. B. STOUT. tmertntendent. noIP
S RILL MIEMIF
UNION PACIFIC RAumatr
The SHORTEST AND MUST 'BELLIBI
ROUrkirom the &sett° al %Sat/
New Mexico, Idaho,
Tiro Train, leave State Line and LeavenwartA
Jan), (Sundays excepted4on the arrival ot Mtn,
of Pacific Railroad nom Bt. Loofa, end Banal.
bat and St. Joe - Railroad from (Olney, common.
Ina' at Lawrence. Topeka and Waxnego mitts
etas for all Dolma En Kansas. At end of
track west of Ellsworth with the UNITED
STATES EXPRESS COM PAN 'S DAILY
LINE OF OVERLAND NAIL LND =PRIM
113 = 4 7173i1111 SALT
All Pointe in AN
And with BANDF I ISON , S TBI-WEEELY.LIigt
of COACHES fl r Tart Union, Bents Fort. Plum
Albuquerque,, Santa Fe, and an paints tick 'Art
ulna and New Mexico.
With the recen additions bf rolling Mel
and equipment. and. the arrangements mads
with responsible Overland Transportation Ur=
from its western terminus, this road now Wiens
unequalled facilities for the trim - minion of
freight to the liar West, • -
Tickets for sue at all the principal .
the United States and Canadso -
Be sure and ask -or tither. eta THE tedoHa'
HILL 110tiT4,J. , MON PACIFIC BAILWAY%
J. 11, WEBSTER'
laenetig irrebeli sal Ztc,,,pL