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OFFICE or PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, 0
• SATURDAY, 11,
Stistneas hiTaeen facrly active - ddrilit
the past.week, fully up to the standard
of this season of the year, and with navi-'
gation resumed, the indications - for
still further improTe&snt are favorable.'
The receipts of grain litive bear rithei
light which may be attributed to the
fact that dealers have little or margin,
at present prices, and like other men
they do not feel like working for noth-•
ing; the trouble lies in the fact that prices
are relatively higher inthEcountry than,
in the city—farxuera have been accustom-
ed for many years to , getting big figures
'for their products that they dont like to
come down, but looks now as if they
would be: obliged to' 'submit to old
' fashioned prices. Flour is dull with a
supply fully up to the--"demand, though
there is no accummulation of stock.
Fruit of all kinda is abundant, though
with a steadylleinand, prices, genefally,
are well susiatned.
APPLES—Unchanged; we continne to
_quote at 82,50@3 per bbl for prirde ,to
good; - $3,50 for prirne f and $4 for etichce.
BERRlES—Unchanged; rilMl,lO per
bucktit—mostly at tho inside figure.
BUTTER—Is firm and in steady de
mand, with regular sales of prime to
_cis:Ace - 1V 33®35.' ;%
CEMENT—Johnstown Hydraulic Ce
ment, is quoted at 82,25 per bbl.
CBEESEi—Is steady, but unchanged,
ranging from 1 to 17, the outside figure
for .New York ashen.
CARBON 0 Steady but unchanged;
; 29 for round lota, and 30@31 in small
1 fresh packed at 22.
' Dull; quoted at 80@)85
e, and•the usual advance
clot and unchanged—
! store at .6,50@6,75 for
7,25 for choice winter
;Not much inquiryfor
cents to the tree
for small lets In '
regular sales i
good, and $7,601
i.wheat brands. I
tinting wheat it
• Red cannot he
11,30, and we a
ing been mad i
mills. Oats qui
first hands, an .f
'.urF, and supply in this
-at is dull, and prime
:old in this market above
e cognizant of sales hay
• . at this figure to the
et and unchanged-45 in
41@50 in store. Small
sales of priine yellow corn at $l,OO. Rye
I ' can be sold at $1,05 in first brands, and
$l,lO In second!. There is little or noth
ing doing in I Barley, as buyers and
sellers are api rt; the former refuse to
f pay over $1,25, and farmers thinkthis is
; not enough.
' HAY—Is firer with sales from coun
try wagons, at $15®24, for common to
strictly prime. - . .
HEMP—Very dull, $205 peri: t n.
HUSKS—SaI t ; at 2%@3 eta pe pound.
; LIME—WLime is quoted atsl,so,
•• , and Cleveland at $2,50 per bbl.
LARD OILJ-F. Sellers 4k C
: I Extra No. I, at $1,45, and No. 2, a;
I' PROVISIONS—The demandis
unchanged. Bacon, Shoulder,.
Ribbed Sides, .18N; Clear do, lap
Cured Hams,234l®24i. Lard,
times, 21 in half bbls, and 213 it,
eta and kegs.l Mess Pork, •S,T
Dried Beef, 22.1-.:
i PEANUTS—SaIes at 15 cents.
~i PEACHES ere in better supply
" but with a• continue good emend,
:. prices are still mafuta ned, $ 50@2,50
~l per box. 0
PLUMS—Offering fr ely an prices
lower; we now 'luote al $4.25 4,50 per
i POTATOES-ISales of prim Jersey
Sweets at $6,00 6,50 pert bbl.
, SALT-1s fir er, with sales
load lots at 31, per bbl.
SEEDS—Smallaales of Timo, by Seed
i .at $4,25@4,50. No Flax Seed: ffering,
and no for Clo Or.
, - -
' BiaIIKETS BY TILE. - GR PH.
NEW • -, 7 ..... Y
ORE, Septellliber 11. Cotton
t a shade lower; sales of 1,000 bale ,at 33X
@34c :for middling uplands. F l our: re-
ceipts 2,069 bbls; market steadir; sales
of 7,400 bbls, at $5,70@1,25 for superfine
atate and westerJn, $6,00©7,00 f l or extra
; state, $3,50©7,05f0r extra western, $7,10
I- @7,20 for white'heat extra, §0,50©7,05
! for R. H. 0.,6,75@i;00 for extra St.
Louis and $7,25 9,00 for good to choice
, do: Rye Flour. uiet; 'sales of 200 bbls
.? at $1,50(§6,40. Corn Meal scarce .and
i -quiet. Whisky decidedly firmer; sales
i of 280 bbls western at 151,20©1,25, free,
I closing at the latter' price.- Wheat; re
; ceipts 147,509 bbls; market opened I@2c
t better and closed quiet iat about lo ad
ivance; sales 106,000 bush, at 81,49@1,54%
or No. 2 spring, @)1,60 for No. I do.
't n store, ;1;58g1,6.1. for, winter red and
amber westexn,lsl,6s@L7o for white west
.. ern, $1,65 OF, white Kentucky, 81,61@
1,62 for amber southern,i 51,72%®1,75 for
white California; Rye dull. Barley
quiet. Receipts; corn 99,281 tuish;heavy
and I@2c lower, sales of 4,600 bush at 96
€41,14 unsound new ,mixed western,
. and a1,14@1;17 sound do. Receipts oats,
19,416 bush; firmer, sales of 58,000 bush
at 64®71c new southern and western, lat
ter an extreme. Rice dull. Coffee quiet.
Sngir . firm and qctietoaales of 200 nhds
Cuba at 12qc. - 111olas.se9 dull; Cuba 56d.
Hops nominal.- Petroleum easier at 1631 1
for crude and 32g for rained. Linseed
oil quiet at 51 incasks. Coal
quiet. Wool • Arm; sales of 300,600
Ilis at 48@52e fet domestid fleece; 34@35c
for unwashed; 60c for combings, and 40
@soc for pilled. Leather—Hemlock
more active at 30@3136c Buenosyres
and Rio Grande light and middle weights
Spirits Turpentine quiet at '423,1 @4341
and 44@45c for:retall lots. Alcohol. 2236 c.
Sheathing Copper steady at 32c. Ingot
copper quiet at 2236@)22)ic. Pig Iron
38@43; Scotch 38@41 ; American bar
steady Vi5@87,50; for refined English
American;. sheet. quiet' at 11©12340 gold
for Russia. Nails tirmer 154®13.1 for cut;
ElK,@6 for clinch, and 2;;430 tor, horse
shoe. Pork is dull and heavy; 700
bbls Ht 1531@31,12 for mess, closing at 531
cash; 1,30,60,. for old do; 527 0 25@28
. - for prime; and 530@31 for prime mess;
• also 250 bbis mess_ seller_ January at
426,50. Beefsteady, With. sales 240 bbls
; s at 58,50®13;50 - for new plain mess, and
$12@17 for new extra mend Beef Hams
quiet, with sales 50 bbla at 12.5@30. Cat
Meats quiet, withaales 120 pkgs at 14,i(4).
15y,,e for shoulders, and 17®190 for hams.
Middles quiet •and. steady. Lard dull
!.; and heavy, with .sales. 370 tierces at isn
0119 i c for steam, and 19%©20c for kettle
; rendered; also r 250 tierces steam buyer
•: September at 19c.: Butter steady at 16@
2.8 c for. Ohio.- Cheese quiet at 13(0160.
Freights to Liverpool active and firm,
• with- shipments 50.000 bush wheat at
d per-sail and •10344 per steam, and
1 1,000 bbls flour at 2s Oil per sail. •
Latest—Flour closed steady for corn
; mon r and dull and heavy for other kinds.
I Wheat quiet and steady with a moderate
43xport inquiry; Rye dull at. 81.12©1,15
for western. Oats quiet at - 4313®70c for
western; :the latter price for choice.
1 Corn:lower; and heavy at $1,14g1,16 for
! :sound misea western. Pork quiet at
*3l formesS. Beel P qniet and unchanged.'
Cut meats nominal. -Bacon dull. Lard:;
dull at loci for prinia'steatn— Eggs 1 :1 1 *4
I at 27®28c. -
1 ST.; Louis, September 11.—Tobadeti
strong, at • full prices.. Cotton nothing
; doing.; Hemp no,sides. 'Flour inactive
and rather weak bit' unclia!ged; super.
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line sold at f4,85@5,25, extra $5,30®5,50,
double extra $5,50@5,80, tree tra
$0,60, and choice family S7©7,SO,,INVIiNsi:
!Je4. 1,1 / 214 , 4spatiwr E AL4
Dly and aeman ot a. es a ;
Nn.; - -:2 red Tall 81,10(0,45;t0Nce d 'do
'8416©1,20. , _ cholas $1,2 1,32;,, ;RU.-
1' And alio - ins ' white At
Corti is inactive, arid I - Urn - changed
in ; bulk 80c; do in sacke , BB@9oc;-good to;
fancy white 92®95q,, Oats heavy and
slightly lower, with sales In balkat 45,©
46c, and in sacks at 49@54a Barley stow
at $1,25©1 4 45 for prime to choice spring,
and $1,85©1,95 for do fall: Rye slow at
85@b714c. Whisky firm at $l,lO. Grog
aeries quiet and unchanged. ...Pork dull
at $33,00©33,75. Dry Salt, Meats- very, - ;
firm, with email sales at 14 4 ',6 far shoal-.
dere, and - 180 for clear' , sidetV'Bd.t
con; feeling buoyant,. with:) Babas of
shoulden3 at 181/ 4 c, rib eides J B %; ,
clear sides 19c, loose'do isgd, , foo;m0 ips
clear aides buyer to 10th of Outobeirlit?
19y.. Lard dull at 18%@185(4, round 101
and small orders filled at 19@)19myleril,
20% keg: Cattle unchanged at 21g4w:tn.
feriar to prime,' 6!'634. cliofee o extra.'
Hogs Active and sesrcertiatcli6rtt. 'heti at
83 : f(010(,:stock 7(4)B%:•Beeelptsrlitpii
4,800 obis, wheat 31,700 brishi corn - 3;300,
bush. oats 25,600 bush, bailey 6,000:1$Ush;:
rye 12,000 bush; hogs 1,000 head.
CLEVELAND, Sept. 11.—FIOur marke,
quiet and steady; demand moderate.
Wheat market - rules , steady and un
changed. Corri,.ttiore , nothing doing
and market nominal; Oats, there is a
moderate inquiry and the market is firm
at 51@52c for parce l s on spot; 51c to ar
rive within a few days. Rye, there is no
inquiry for of importance and the mar;'
ket is nominal. Barley nominal. Petro
ieum market quiet; sales of refined at
2Sc, bolders generally asking 28%@29e
in large lots; 30@31c for trade lots; crude
held at $6,45.
MEMPHIS, Sept. IL—Cotton easier, with
sales of uplands at 3335 c; receipts 0f.335
bales; exports 10 bales. Flour; superfine
ss@s6. Wheat inicuanged. Corn 94(4)96c.
Oats 65e. Hay $22@24. Bran $22 Pork
$34,50. Lard unchanged. Bacon steady;
shoulders 16;-.4c, and sides 1934 c. Cotten
picking has fully begun but it is feared a
large portion of; the crops will be lost
through the inability of planters to ob
tain hands. In'some localities they aro
offering three'dollars per day and can't
obtain them at that price.
MILWAUKEE, September 11. Flou r,
dull and weak; city spring extra t 6.25@
6,75. Wheat easier, $1,28% for No. 1,
$1,240.; for No. 2. Corn lower and inact
ive, 83c for No. 2. Oats firmer and le
higher, 43,4@44c for No. 2. Rye dull
and lower, 86c for No. lin store. Barley
nominally unchanged. Grain Freights
steads , at 6%c for Buffalo. Receipts 1,000
bbls flour, 36,000 bush wheat, 1,000 bush
corn, 2,000 bush oats. Shipments 1,000
bbls flour, 16,000 hush oats.
BALTIMORE, September 11,—Flour
quiet and steady, with western superfine
at $6,50, and extra at $6 50(§8,00." Wheat
firm and receipts small at $1,50 for red.
Corn; white $1,25®1,28. and yellow $1,25.
Oats 601563 c. Mess Pork quiet at $33,50
@34,00. Bacon firm and active, with rib
sides at 1934 c, clear rib 20c, andshoulders
16%c. Hams 24@25c. Lard quiet at
19%@20@2034c. Whisky active at $l,lB.
New OBLEARS, September 11.—Cotton;
prices Ogden bales ; 370 bales middling at
31%c; receipts were 517 bales; exports
coastwise, were 2,091 bales. Flour lower;
superfine sold' at $5,75; double extra $6,2);
treble extra $6,25.. Brand $1,07%©1,10.
Pork lower; mess $33. Lard 2034 @2l;
other provisions unchanged. Gold 134%.
Sterling 48%. New York Exchange' s
LorrisviLba, Sept. IL—Bagging scarce
and active. Flour steady; superfine at
.' 4 5@5,25. Corn 90@95e. Oats 451@)50c.
Provisions quiet and firm. Mess pork
$33%®33%. Bacon; shoulders 16; clear
rib and clear sides 19%. Hams; sugar
cured 22c, extra do 2314 c. Lard 20c,
Whisky steady at $l,lO. Tobacco active;
sales at 47.351515,75.
1 -<)r car
OSWEGO, September 11.—Floor steady
and unchanged with sales of 1,300 bbls.
Wheat is drm but quiet; No. 2 Milwaukee
club held at $1,43@1,44, red winter at
$1,50. No. 2 white Wabash at $1,55. Corn
dull and lower; No. 2 held at 51;044611,05.
Barley; none in the market. '
DETROIT, September 11.—Wheat: re
ceipts 00;2.5,000 bush. white lc. lower. at
51,39; for No. 1 amber at 1 c. better,
brisk demand, at 51,34. Corn firm at 51,00
Oats dull at 47@50c.
IBBORTS BY RAILROAD,
P/TTSHUBGH, FORT, WAYNEI tits CHI. ,
OAGO RAILROAD, Bilptember , 11. 7 -5 cars
metal, Nimick & Co; 4 do do, J Wood,
Son & Co; 3do do, Superior Mills; 2do
, do, J W Porter; Id &
Hammett; 3do do, ,Coleman, Rahm &
Co; 0 do do, Zug &,co; 2 do do, gvers .! , 9 n.
Preston & Co; 2 do clb, Pgh Iron & Forge
Co: 1300'sks floor, oilinfir; 225 skit rat..,s,' 10
bales do, Pgh Papers Mara Co; 100 tibia
llouroShomaker Laugenbelnu .25 do
do, L Blanchard: 51 .sks
,rags,, R C
Christy; 12 tubs butter, W, GrM*.k. CO;
12 do do, J A Graff; 100 bids
myer & Voskamp; 200 do dd, oliber;.l
hhd tobacco, A. Schaub; 20 sks, fertilizer.-
W Flacons & Son; 15 bail cheese, W
Kirkpatrick & Co; '8 bdla Wood, Lemoit'&
Weise;ls bbis oil, Beyrneir, "Batiinat3` Bi'
Co; 75 b.:A cheese, ArbUckles & an 75 do
do, T C Jenkins Jr. Bro;, 25 do do, .E Hea
zleton; 20 do do, 11aworth &
36 reams paper, Godfrey,",t• 'Clark; "30
, kegs nails, Jas Wood & Sono 28 ake7oats,
W Welsh dc go; 2 .bhds. tallow, Isaiah
Dickey & Co; 224 galls stoneware, D
White;" 25 bbls 'highwines, Sbipton &
Wallace; 1 ear staves, 1 car oil bbls, M P
Adams &Bro; 67 whisky Ws; .1 S Finch
& Co; 102 sks oats, 23 do rye, 2 cks
cheese, Woodworth de Davison; 40 bbls
oil, Jas Wilkins; 2 bbls whisky, S Apple
baum; 10 tea lard, J 11 Parker; 85 bgs
timothy seed, Jos Craig; 10 bbls liquors,
Jas McKay; 2 do alcohol, Geo Barry; 6 do
spiriti, McCullough; - 100; hides, Hart
ley, McKee & Co; 1 car barley,Pler, Dan
nals & Co: 43 bgs seed, A' Kirkpatrick &
Co; 50 bbls flour, S Lindsay, Jr & Co.
CLEW:LA.ICD ADD eII'IDBORWA i l.
ROAD. Septet:Ober 11.-1 car stone, P
Wolf; 100 bbls flour, J M Montgomery;
50 do oil, J Spear; 7 cars I's ore;McKnight
P & Co; 2 do do. Bryan &. Caughey: 1 do
do, Rees Graff dr, Dull; 1 car turnings,
Moorhead & Co; 1 'do lumber, Hamil
ton, IA dr. Co; Ido do, W W Rigdon dr
Co; 100 bbls lime, Ripley & Cof 26 tlo oil,
Pennock & Beeson?' 20 do lime,' Reiter dr,
Caskey; 20 Ems cheese, Watt, Lang. & Co;
5 kgs lard, Atwell & Lee; 10 do butter,
62 bbls apples, 3 do cider, 4 do eggs,
Tolgt, Mahood tk Co; 6 kga butter;: 23
bbls apples, W H Graff & Co; 9,230 feet
lumber, Graham it L; 50 bbls oil, D• fly
& Co; 14 do' apples, Van order Sri° do'
do,,Brugterman it O'Brien; 19 do ,
H Riddle; 2do pears, W J Steel it fro;
1 do plume, Woodworth & D;
2 do onlons,.l - do vinegar. J J Pettit.
PITTSBURGH, CI.NOINNATI AND_ VAT,
LOUJM RAILROAD, Sept. 11.-25 bgebar- 4
F Sehtelds; 1 car tarns, W B m i me;
4 bbls flour, J Onstott; 20 eke oats ] WI H,
agan; 5 coils rope, J Rutledge; 5 cars
ulk wheat, R T Kennedy; 1 do,dchj.
Liggett; Ido do, Reed et J; Ido grain,
McHenry & Hood; 1 do ear corn, b .1;
Herron; sdo staves, M P Adams tit Bro;
100 bbls flour, A Kirkpatrick; 20 .eks
rags, W H Graff; 40 tilts candles, W,Has r ,
lime; bbls whisky, W H Beaumont; 20
cads tobacco, G Kauffman; 21 . do do, W&
lenkinson; 15 do d0,,/Fullerton; ' , 400
eke flour" filelthgover ear/ A)tilk
meat. 25 bbls lard, .0 t ßoUers ,p9;-
: i•- JIIEL ;LISS
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.:*11Y . ,"4
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, • 1839.
bbls Hour, J Porterfield; 15 do oil, J Dal-
F a/ dr ' rcr 4_,:4 714 T
' ALL y - m,. Vnimliok sp
- • -
__ _ .
Jr; 10 bgs . ,.ry e, SkElood; 1 car _dime,,. D L
Reynolds; 4`vang lipiegtone; -112 hoenber- - ,
gfirit , Bigir4,4B ski; rye, 14 , do W
Weltxh,& Co; 21 do do, Adams & Austin; 6 hidea, 1 b - ar pelts, John Seibert; 2 bbls
whiskY, SChimdt & Piiday; 1 - do'eggs,` 2
nkgsibutter, Paul it Gibson; 20 bbla salt i
Heazieton; .1 car. metal, H Woodside; 3
do do, McKnight Porter & Co; 3 do do,
John Moorhead; 2 cars railroad iron, J B
Dorrington; 62 bbla oil, D Bly it Co; 5 0
do do, Pennock it Beeson;.. 040 do 1 10, J
Dates; 1;010' do do, Fisher Tiro; 240 do do,
Jas Wilkins; 320 do do, -GIS Thomas; 2
cars 1 4 4311( HaKcia9Lol.
4 cars wheat, Kepnedy Bro; 6 do cooper-,
age, RalYd:k.Robeittsori;•22s' galls stone
ware, J,Kohem,kaar lime, J Abdell; 2
do cooperage, J M .. Hemphill; 4 care
limestone;RtcheY & Co; 2` bbls eggs,
R dr. A Carson; 1 car metal, Lindsey ot
McCutcheon; 50 •bss peaches, Fred
Owens; l'earilaxseed, M B Suydam; 56
Elks oats, Illig &., Folk; I.cjir. ore, SPehg't
Chalfant it Co; I do lumber, Joan Nanz;
33 eke oats, S B McKee.: ;
' The river continues to reseed steadily ,
at this kint, with 9% feA.by the AiHa l
gheny 'narks last everting , , and a foot ,
less by 'those of the , Monongahela.
Weather clear and pleasant—mercury
79 in the shade.
' The Belle from Parkersburg, due
here on Friday night, did not get in un•
til Saturday evening, having been de
tained by fog. She departed again the
The Bellevernon from Parkersburg,
where she had been laid waiting for wa
ter. has arrived, and the Kate Putnam
from Cincinnati Is duo here to-night.
The St. Marys departed for Cincin
nati on' Saturday, with an excellent
freight list, quite a number of passen
gers and lugagements below. Pilots,
Johnston Alulrine and George O'Neal.
The Glendale, Capt. Bare, with Capt.
J. Mellon in tho office, will positively
take her departure for St. Louis to-day,
and passengers and Shippers should
bear this in mind. '
The towboat Ironsides bas arrived
The Wild Duck will be ready to leave
this evening or to morrow, and shippers
should bear this in mind. Capt. Ana
wait will attend to parties having busi
ness with the Wild Duck—he is assisted
by Gen. Chas. Banes. '
—The Importer la loading at St. Louis
for Arkansas River.
—Captain George Rea loads the Jeffer
§on at St. Louie for Red River direct.
—Colonel Work, of Texas, is prospect
lug on the Ohio for a light-draught boat
—Resistance to payment of insurance
on the Coosa, burned Tueiday morning,
will be made.
—The Cincinnati and Louisville Mai
Company refuse to give up the Maj. An
dersou for another week.
—lt is rumored that a couple of boats
will shortly be placed in the Pittsburgh
and Leuisville packet trade,
—Capt. C. L: Brennan has, or is about
to contract for r a tine elde-wheel boat'tor
the Pittsburgh and Parkereburgb trade.
—The Pink Yarblo was sold at Cincin
nati on Thursday to Capts. T. W. Roberts
and N. C. Shelby, of New Albany, for
t. 6,500. '
—The& C. Gray. Capt. Isaac R. Whit-
taker, with Capt. W. B. Anderson in the
office, is announced for Cincinnati and
—On Thursday morning, a lady pass.
enger on the Pink Warble rave birth to a
bouncing big boy, and the little fellow
was christened Pink Varble.
—The Great Republic, St. Louis to
New Orleans, left Cairo on Thursday,
drawing LI feet, the largest trip that
ever left that port in Seutember.
—The Kenton wai to'• have left Cincin
nati for this port on. Saturday, and as al
ready noted, she will at once assume
her place in the Pittsburgh and Ports
—The Kate Putnam left Cincinnati for
Pittsburgh on Thursday, without taking
any freight, other, than wikaishe already
had aboard when she arrived from St,
Louis and laid up on account of low
—The new steamer, Julia A. Rudolph,
Capt. R. q. McComas, is filling up
steadily for New Orleans, and' will
take her her departure. on Wednesday
without fall. Passengers and shippers
call rely on her going through.
—At a late meeting of the stoCkholders
of the Memphie .'and Arkansas River
Packet Company, the ,following Direc
tors were chosen,: John D. Adams, Cap
tain- John WbOtibuni;• Captain' Reub.
./3ttives. Oapt..Reese , Pritchartlind Har
,riaion Blasdell.). „
—General App,a,per, United States Mar
'shel for the 'Saito de - liadiana, took "nes•
session of'lheiliteanier 'Charleston, at
Loulavilte, Wielineadaye.and had her
towed' over to ,New , Albany. Captain
Patee, :of the Charlesiton;' - has brought
suit against GeneritlApooner 410,000
damages. The chnrleston,Jt re..
Methbered, was gamed at ..Ryaksville a
few Weeks'ago ane*.skipped off" with
out nettling., , , .
—We,clip the following from the Cin
cinnati Gazette of Friday: The Charles,
which has been under charteer to the 'U
S. Mail Line for more than nine months
past, *ill be turned over to her owners
today. Think of a company chartering
a boat to tile' amount of $27,000! It is
almost incredible. The Maj. Anderson
was sold by the,company for tees moneY,
and eno of many boats might have Veen
purchaaed for ,the same amount, that
would have„ answered the comPenv's
purpose. The owners of the St, Charles
have' made money - by the charter.'
B. af. AVO9WAN ~.o. B. APHOWN.
R. N. McCO WAN &. - CO.,
Bouievard Pavers,:- . -
: . .•
Office, No. 65.01111) .ALLEtinigiy
Orders left at.GAZETTZ'OrilClteLPlttaturghi
promptly attended to.
Elev. Sidewalks, Cellars, Arrives,
Drives. etc. •
Warratittd against ellonsea of belt:Mid c01d... ,
IlEflttuctroas—,2lox. Mo. rhead, Lvo t & blpnb.
a odr.ratterion: Wm. Park. 'antes 'NI •Lotig'it
• Son. Aartley McKee Andtr3o34 , B &Alartvgll,
Aiken A Campoell.qamic Crate. -1316:m23'
X 30,00 0 ' '
'ALLEGHENY : CITY PARVBONDS
, • •
' The.aund t Linde in the market: '1'61 , 1
iper centum interest. The ialth.eretttt awl prop.
ertv of the city, pledged for tboir re4eIIIPOPII.
:424).00u , 0f three 114utds not, unreel tor !Old:
P'or ltittlrrostintt coneernlt.gtea* &c, aprAly
Treisurere Wnde• 1114111 *u (NM - 41,
BI Order at Park Commission, -
-• • • • • •
JAMES PARE,. Jr: •
•• ' Pr, e si dent.
02i.LE,X, Secretary. .
DENVER; SA.T.II 4 ' La,k.lrilk
VALUABLE FA RIO FOR SALE, -
, ,tIOS . -
671, A i tt a us it t . e i n ir e o a: d 11 ,
a yt n e , e p w li t te w t o lo s u, Lo t r y t a r i a ct m rn e re4T :
itianuflii4ol4leqsnA:ithergr.E.9oBA2rDtimute:nft.smoaclrxinwatcl:rt:7!:4l7l.w. ti -wmumen r v o . : F eari my : lnuier An.. ...." l4 : ..-
All Poinu In the Tenitoci
llng bouse, of hall. four rooms and celier, two
ethnics, timber out for a barn, spring of good
water at the door, springs In nearly every fold,
young orchard of choice fruit In bearing fences
good, ninety acres. Lilly cleared, rernalnthor
prime twiner. hit kory, white and black oak.
:Sixty acres with I m provements will be sold sep- Mt the men additions at roiling flelt• ' "
*I responsible Overland - Traasportetkot
ar : e ip lY ily to ' '.' ' "B. CUTH 3 B i l i tti su r
t t i B s O ve N n S u 4 e : i
fro iss western terminal', %hie road now oiler* 21
, -- emint l yt; t: th ß rt kl e a. in t i E le , r a r l i t o u r kted or L4Newwrraimereorneeles.n‘d, ilitiihtt"rgalurealltedelicta:..trati,lejltea;idraenHttl:kitibad.l673virtetralLittlaelnitOsflldestlnni:
igEfOOL___,SIIAIO ItEcr,tirr, , ALUABLE STOCK EARN rre
Conte a bsOseres. 400 of *bionic clear,d and
lEitArt. ... Ak , ” - irii, A\ lr -irices t nurgh, and at 7
mg...... , gm , - x - m--x-r rm.. a... La. past corner of Ohio and Yede l stroeta. •eaa be te , and large portion in grace. • The bald is rich '‘'. ItoSi tr iNtl rActifiC_XAloWAY
all kind of Sea and Lake Sat, gantlet, Bb , and !Yell watered. The buhdlng
of g 5a82136 DZI•s 0 I.- '-- ' -fr , i--
t ° l7e j T4 II I i n i r N . r ity ln.° , nd A ß l Mu le V :h Bk e e n t r 11 0 11 : 1
• ' • 4 . L i 3 I/ . 1 • 'Beak d i oadab• Hild d olk and" EAL Mani, yore large temp Dwelling, t*o trust Barns and no. t- ' , . , .1 ..• a* AfIDEIIBO/11 1 ,
',-''' ‘ i ' I FIM IFIES lin MAI O D P"', •'- ' • ! " ks,e u" A t e le oleee rl ri dtei oip ,• La it e blisg4„ . 4 4 T a r n o i tT AM • i n Alf4l7ll:ll:ll'4l4lll4e L g.ta r &id h ue lk .g T°4 1 1, 14 th nok t roi peengtemeisa . ' : L
• ' ' ' 1 ' ' '- ' '1
' " soca r oies as to sires s ee
lowess Market prices farm is °tiered at toe low pr... or SIO per sera il ' '' `: ''' t ' Bu •< • ' ~" - •
)1)11 RAWL Br DBIRIGIIITS EvEgatwiniDet wholesale or retail. Wa !Vette ill !rivers ool' ,witti easy partlents. Apply sodlit.2.• •t f. .- r• , ' - ji b sc, wzn arcui. 1
. 1 1, _ L_ ,, _! ~) 2,, ~ ~ i, ~ ~ r •Er.e4lleisti to lave rr# rattfe. w, r il in"r ' ' ' ' I * " s- 41 §• 441 1 ' t ()" • '
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r - , 11 1 1101.00 r.r..`,,aSta. - i 441 P tub
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4A tViii - atti ..lVelVir/404
Fgiu wu G.s ia gr in g
ARIXTrA;PA EfiSBURR ,
Leaves Pittsburgh EVERY SATURDAY IA 31.
The swift and superb Sidewheel Steatner
ItIARTS, T. e. SWEENEY, Commander. will
leave as announced above. • -;
For Fieight nr Passage apply onboard, or to
FL ACK 'et, COL LINOWOOD. 0r . .•
' COLLINS at BARNES, Agents.
N. B.—No Freight received after lit A: Selo
FOR ST. L011.113 - AND
BT. PAUL—Tbe flue patina'.
OLEN DALr Capt. Jonx 11:17ficak.'
Clerk ,Jarmes. VeYon,. will le nve. , ttio,alyotre
poets on Ttl.lB DAY, 131. ti Inst.. at Cr. at.
Nor frel at or tataaage apple an board. or to, ;,
Bela ACS a COLLMOWOOD, Agents.
EVANSVOILLE. CAI4O & ST. LOlllB ,
DAISO.,AND ST. -LOUIS.—
The powerful Tow-Boar, WILD Welt and;
HAntiFd. I,dpt. J. W. AN AWA TAT, will leave
on THIS DAIL, nett ember 13, at 4 P, at.
For freight or .passae_apply to,eaptaln Ana
-watt. on board, or to
felt ; CHARIAS BARNES, Agent,-
NEW ORLEANS AND , RED RIVER.
F OR NEW ORLEANS
AND'END RIVER DIRECT:
the new and magniticeet passenger steamer •
JULI& A. RIJI"..t.rII, Capt. A. G.. MeCORAS4
Will leave for the above and Intermediate ports
ott WRDISESDAY, 15th Inst.. at 4 P.
For. fre,ght or passage ninth , on board, or to
Gel° GhItIEST & SWANEY, Agents.
CINCINNATI AND LOUIS VILLE
LOUISVILLE.—TEe dne pas
se Mot' steamer
It. C. GRAY ...... .....Cant. WHITTAKER.
Clerk Wm. It. Aro.erson, will lave rorthe snore
and - Diterniedlate ports on TUESDAY, 14th
1.5 t., at 4 o'clock, giving through receipts for
31.mpuls and New Orleauafaelght.
For ['night or prosage apply on hoard or to
selo tifilrlNST 4; isW ANEY, Agents,
TO LIVERPOOL ANDsga'
TIM INMAN MAIL STEAM:SI:LIM
Numbering straten nret-elaes vessels, among
sn• mthe celebru.i.ed -
CITY OF FARM CITY OF ANTWEr - f.
CITY OF BOSTON, CIT 7 Bo.LTIMORE,
CITY OF LOSDON,
Sailing EVERY SATURDAY, from. IPlar 46,
urtl, nivel*, New Torn. /'or nasusge or further
informeion sunlv to
is 3 SMITHFIELD STREET, PlttAburgb.
TAI THE MATTER OF THE AP.
-A- ILICATION of "The Hopewell Old Seboo]
Presbyterian Church. of Flndley Township,
Allegheny c , :unty, Ycnneple-anla•" for a Chattel
of Incorporation."' No. 001 September Tenn,
Notice Is hereby given that the .. 110PFAVELL
OLD SCHOOL PREnBYTARIAN CHURCH. of
Findley. Towr ship. Allegheny county. Pa.."
have made application to the Court of common
Pteas for a
CHARTER OF 'INCORPORATION,
And that the same will be granted at the n...tt
term or Court, unless sultclent reason should be
sh,,wn to the contrart
au2 J. 11. 'WALTER; Prothonotary.
testementary upon the will of E'..17.A.-
BETH BLACK, late 01 Pittsburgh, ite,ease.!,
hartrg twin lasued to the unitergt.inetiollt per
iwig tnii.bted are required to make nayment,
alto all having claims will present them to .
GEtilti..it. W. COFFIN., Executor.
.jyl9:m4Yl No. 49 Water street. Pittghurgh.
lieseindlau Provisions of Previous
Urtiteaneelsaias to tiradinKand
rasing of Market Street.
SEC. 1. Be it ordained and enacted ht} t . h• 'Feted
and Common 'councils Of the City of 4 1 logla ray,
and it is hereby ordalnea and enacted,y the au
thority of th
Mance autherizintr th e Grading n d Paving
e. same. That that uort on of she
of Market street, which' reserves 40 f et central
apace where the width of the street is 90 feet
and over be repealed, and - the entire Width of
the street graded and paved. .
SEC. 2. The 51dewatics .on the wide portion of
the street Is hereby fixed at 12 net.. .
exc. 2. That so much of any ordinance as may
conflict with or be supplied by the, foregoing, be
and the same is hereby repealed.
Ordaineu and enacted I Into a law, this the 9th
day of September, -A. 1.). 1809.
President of the Select Cou,.cil.
ATTEST: J. 11. OXLEY.
Clerk. of Select Conner!. .
AL FttEl.) SLACK.
President of Common council
Attest.' ROBERT MILWORTII,
Pell Cirrk of Common Council.
SECURITY AND COMFORT
fur the traveling community.
• •J. B. HARRIS•
Safely Fite Jacket, Oar Heater and
• Foe Sniolte and Hot Mr Flues, dieriensThir with
the use of stoves and fire. In or about the Patna
titer •br Haggaire Cars, with the attachment to
graduate the beat to any temperature- hat may,
he desired velthout 'tue possibility of firing the
car or cars to which thedacket may he attached.
- flaying obtained of the United states Letters
Patent .f.tr a Saie-ty- Jacket, which Ls warranted
to resist 'the rang( Inten.e heat that may be ap
plied to It In Lae position and parpoactior which
It is intended,
It is - a .ure protection [rem:accidentally fire,
originating from defective flues or where iron
It pi pet
applicablea ns ti asc o a n t d
p u = lagr t co m o . l7 obre
overheated, and is warrunt,a Involve perfect sat.;
Isfactiou v here wood or other combustible mate
rial may be placed .close Proximity thereto,
T as now ready to apply my invention to stores:,
dwellings, lacitoriet,:shics..steamboats, railroad'
cars. ac. herev-r pipes as .connuctorm are
made dangerous:by' being' oVerheat ed and !MU
rlty.desirtd, I will set pion application right to
manufacture oriuse• the. above Invention. Also'
Territorial rights to each as may wish to engage
In seb ring privileges elthesy State' or county. •
• 43-Office at the "NE PLUS ULTItA PAINT.
WORKS." corner of Morrie street anti the Alle
gheny Valley Railroad, 'twelfth , ward. Pitts
bllfiria. Pa.' f716:Tr138 "
ROCK THE BABY
BOLD ONLY BY t'
LEMON & WEISE.. .
Practical Furniture Manufbetturere,
• us vOrnEyrki A.Nr - E.NrITE;:
Where may be found a rill assortmpt of Par.
or. Chamber and 'Kitchen Rrirettnre.- Witt
7. E. .. . . . ...... BEAT?
SWINT & IMATT, •
ARCHITECTURAL AND' ` • •
50. , 63 Sandusky St.. Allegheny; Fa. • -
.A n 445•11141611 t of NEWEL POSTS and
BALL:.TELIS constantly, on hand. TUKWINU
r'nf 41 1 .0.4.01'1 1 ) : tor. . - • •,,,.. 11a.
I Wiji I 4:}:t CO •6# 3 311_4: r-i
Nos. 22„1 1223' Liberty . ttreit.
Corner' of Irwin, now : offer to the trade at low
fi g ures, strictly .
Prime New Crop New Orleans Sugar and
Porto Rico, Cuba and 'English Island Sugars.
New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore Re
Golden Drips, Loverlngs, Brunlis, Stuart's.
Adams , and Long Island Syrups.
Porto Rico, Cuba and English Island Molasses.
Young Ryson, JaPen, Imperial, Gunpowder
end Owens Teas. .
Carolina and Bangoin Bice.
Java, Lagusyra and to Coffees.
TOnaCco, .Lard 011. Flab, Nails, Glase..:80111)11.
Cotton Yarns, &c., constantly on hand.
Fine Brandies;Wines and Segaii,
Rhenish, Roselle, and Sparkling • Hock Wines
of Hinkel 4 Co.. in bottles. • ,
Spark-lour Sioselle, Scharsberg and Johaanisl
burg. ,Rooklieimer. Burgundy,
Brandenburg it Freres' Fine Olive 011. •
do do Clarets, imported in bottles,
• 'do Whitt Wines. In bottles.
M. Work t sons' Sparkling Catawba.
Fine oJd.Snerry, Madeira and Port Wlnes.
Free Old Monotiganela Rye Whiskies. pure.
do Very Superior Old .Scotch; do, do.
Sole Agents for Meet 41. Chandon , is grand
yier.Lermy and dellery Champagne.
of our own selection ' and warranted.
.110. d 1 . .
KlettVi i '
lffy : D BY A. T
W. M. GORAELY,
No. 271 Liberty Street,
(Dirtr.orta OP?. ZAGLE HOTEL.)
1 3 ITTEMETILG73.
W. C. AILDISTRONG,
Successor to Fetzer do Armstrong,
PRODUCE COMILSSION DERCHANT,
No. 25 MARKET STREET.
MT= XXXI. JAL r. ItICILLEV
KEIL & RITCHART,
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL FEED, kc.,
*49 Liberty St., Pittsburgh.
Y. STULL 4. £. 6TXXLI.
AA" STEELE & SON,
. AND MALMO L?
VIA:MIR. GRAIN. FEED, ado.
No. 96 OHIO STREEI. near Nut Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY. PA.
LA T J. BLANCHARD.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 396 PENN STREET,:
anIdITTLE, BAIRD & PATTON,
'Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants
Dealers In Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Fish. thirlion and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glass,
Cotton Yarns and all P'..taburgh Manufactures
generally. 11l and be.coND STREET,
JOHN I. 110I:SE—IDW. 11.110 USE
TORN I. HOUSE &BROS., Suc
u cessors to JOHN I. ROUSE .t CO, Whole•
sip Eiroceri and Commission Merchat :s. Cor
ner nt dinithaeld and Water Streets. Pittsburgh.
JOH2: BRITTON A WALLACM.
IIIPTON& WA LLACE_, Whole-
SALE GROCERS AND PROD UGE DEAL
LS. Ne. 6 SIXTH STREET. Pict !burgh.
IOR SALE-PROPERTY.. ,
8 lots 25x131 feet, Prarlt-,1, only 4500
*lOO per year. 4 lota 94x132 feet. $4OO
$lOO per vs ar. 1 lot X 5x120 feet, /500; need
street. Frame house of 1 rooms, lot 24x1.00
feet; only $l,lOO. Btu* house of 7 rooms, bath
room and stable; 221100-61,500. 2:tbree
_storied brick houses on rulton street, each 43...
500. 2 nve roomed pressed brick houses finely
finished, new; lot 611:100 Two brick houses.
pumps and hydrants, all for $l,OOO. New two
room. d and cellar brick gouse, lot 21.1x100;
40U-4800 cash and 5100 per veer. Hood
seven roomed house and lot 24x260 feet, 112,-
'5OO. and easy 'arms. 6 roomed frame house.
lot 24x60; 41,000-4300 cash and ralanre 1n /
and 11 years. 2 lots on Wylie street 24x.80;
5250- 1101 on Wylie street 1176 x bill:41,600.
Mots on Centre avenue 223/x125; $01(10 each.
150 iest• front on: Centre avenue by 126 feet
deep, wilt divide tosult. 6 lots on Cea tre avenue
from.s3oo to $5OO The above,property Is well
located and within 10 to 12 minutes walk of the
Court House, and on t e New (Antral Passenger
It. H. 110 acres on Western Penna. 'railroad. 4
miles from the city. 20 acres-on Pan Handle
Railroad, 4 utiles from city, New 6 room frame
house 1 , mile- from Court House. 2115 acres
Missouri laud. . •
Perioos cl•slrioa to purchase a borne 'or' thake
an Incvstment, and those wishing' to aell, please
call oor address. • °' . . .
- • • • • • • •
McCLUNG & RAINBOW..' '
su3a Nos. 195.-197 end 199 Centre avenut.
• House and '4 Loti on Spring Hill, 7111 ward;
.10 acres at Fleming Motion; Home and Ili acres;
also 4S• acres at Glendale :Station: 16 Act ea shout
1 mile from F , enung Station; 36 acres at FIRM*
Oaka*-Siation; 17 acres at Glendale on P. Ft.
W. &C. IL IL: House and Lot corner, Hein . lock
and - Poplar street; Lot on Tref Hill; lionsuott
Nu:Musky street: 3 Houses on Boyle street; ,3
Farms iu Ghlo; '2 Houses fn ighth ward; Farm
,in f newtekley township: Farm near Perrysville:
House on I,edile street; Farm 1n Westmoreland
cone ir ;• Fa= in Butler county; 5. Lots •near
Br. ad's riA•e; 2 acres on Headerson's RIR: 1
acre at Jack's Pun; House and Lout on Beaver
street; House and Lots on Bearer street; Honse
and Lot In Salem,. Ohio: li Lots on Fremont
street! other Houses and Lots in good localities.
-. • • , WHITMORE,
Real Estate Agent, corner Uhl° and Sandusky
. street; Allegheny. . . . au27
F OR BALE.
Near Osborn Station. on the Pitteburab
Ft. Wayne and Chicago Railroad. '
TWO LOTS, ,
Containbik About Two Acres Ikeb.
W.. MACKEOWN & BRO..
195 Liberty Street,
lI HOBOKENIT STATION )PROPERTY,
FOR SALE.'" •
This beautiful situation =mot, be surpassed
for private rCsidences in any direction, so elose
to both cities, being only eight miles up the
Western Pennsylianin Railroad. Any iers on de-.
siring information alioutiblinion ' erticint'obtani
Wiry calling at the office of theIRON CITY Wit.'
,TIJAL• LIFE INSURANCE' COMPANY. 75
Federal street. Allegheny. 'Lots . from one-half
acre to five acres; alto. small lots to suit pur
• Wiasers. There is a good location. , or si ma bailie ,
'Xing establishment,. between the Railroad an
egbeny rlier., • auliknal,
. E.ALNAIL-'EA T EW E WORNO
— st.x. - crx.-notzA
)Al3. On and after -r
11 P.m., dunday A UGUST
29th. 1869. Trap q will arrive. at an iu t a l
from the Utdoll Depot; • earner tot,vr 6
add Liberty itreets, as; ;
Aeries. ; Dearb
Hall Train.... 1:20 arci ' , Day Exreesl2 :30 am
Fast Line.. 1.45 am ' v Pacitic . 7:43 am
Wall'S O. Y.. SAU , Walla N 0. 1 ... 6:30 am
Brinson A.cc'n. 7:50 am: Mail Train 6:10 am
Wall's No. 2.. 9:05 Sr., BreksAa N 01. 5 10 pm
Cincinnati 3.3.41:25 am:Cincin'ti Ex: LIII:116 s,
Johnstown Ac 1020 am' Wall's No. 11:35 am
Bra Ac Nol 7:00 pm Johnstowa Ac.4:05 pan
Pitts Wit Ex.12:40 pm Bra'ks Ac N 02820 pm
Phila. Expreaal:oo pm' Phila. Express 3:50 pm
Wall's No. 8...1:50 pm, Wall's No. S.. 3:05 pm
Bra`ks AcNo 29:58 pm: Wall's No. 4.. 6:05 pm
Wail's No. 4. 5:50 pia • Fast Line 1:30 pm
Way Passn' r 10:20 pm ;VVall'sB.o.s.. 11:00 pm
These trains make Close connection at Barna
burg for Baltimore.
The Church Trali ieirtet V 8111: 'Station ever
:Sunday at 9:05 a. reaching Pittsburgh at "
10:05 a. in. -Re turning, leaves Pittsburgh at -
12:50 p. In. and. &nivel:sat Walls ; Station a t ,
, 2:10 p. re.
• Clucinnati-Expreadland ['wine Paine:sale:we,
daily. A.: .thos trams daily eicept Sauday.
a:Ur further informations PIRt W e-
R H o ß d X o l mpany w A g o t
mine any risk. forßaggage, except for wearing .
parel,andninlttheir responsibility to One am •
di ed . Prollars lu'valve. A/1, Baggage eXceedint,:.
tl at amount In value will be at the risk Of
owner. unless taken by special conteart.
. EDWARD ti . Tyr - lA.lloos.
General Superintendent. Altoona, ra.
sui - 0
E 1 E
RA-LROAD.—On and after August 20.1860.11 e
Passenger 2raina on the Western- l'ennitylVanfit
Rat road will arrive at and depart from tte
Federristreet Depot, Allegheny City. as follows:
Arrive. j; • . Daman.
Bpringd'e N016:46a ml,Afail 6:20 am
Freeport No. 18:20 a ml Freeport No. 19:30a m
Express 10:40 a tu!Sbarpb'g NO111:20 am
tllairdtfg Zio.11:20 pm: Express 2:20 p m
:Freeport :;,0.24-1115 p nalSpridg(Ve Ik. , Tca 3:10 pm
Mali 5:50 p mYreeport N0.2 . 5:110 pm
Springd , e No 26:20 p mjSpringd'e No 26:30 p m
Above trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junction
cver) Sundav at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 . a. in. Returning, leaves AlleglienV
City at 1:20 p. in. and arrive at Allegheny Jean
lion at 3:40 p. in. • • - •
COMMUTATION Ticire7s—POT sale in packages
of 'l'wentv. between Allegheny City, Chestnut
street. Herr's, Bennett Pine Creek,Etna and
Sharpsburg and good old on the trains stopping
at stations tpe tided on tickets.
The trains leaving Ailegnenv City at 1:00i.
m. make direct connection at Freeport withWal
ker,s line of Stages for Butler and Hannahstoan
Through tickets may be purchased at tie
No. ISt. Clair street, near the Suspension Bridge..
Pittabyr,, I?, and, at the Depot. Allegheny.
For further information apply to
JAMES LEFFFIFTS, Agent
Federal Street Dept*.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not
assume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing
ayysrel, and limit their responsibility to tine-
Iclund:ed Dollars In value. All baggage ex—
ceeding this amount in value willbe at-the rist of
the owner, unless ta.k.n by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,' ••T
auilo Bene.al Siinerintendent, Altoona. Pa.
0 o alEgaMi .
irISBURGH. FORT WAYN. E & CHICAGO
B. W. and CLEVELAND &PITTSBURGH R. R.
Pr9tn August 30th, 1869, trains will leave from
and arrive at the Union depot, north aide, Pitts
burgh elti e time, u follows-
Chicago •.2 :OS iCtilelßO ET...13:13 a m
Brie Ygn Ex.7:2R am!raclitc -7:23 am.
Cl. Jr 11 , 16:9 8 a mjWheelbag Ex 10:48s m
Chicago Na11..8:58 a m O.& St. L. Ex 7:08 r
Fast Line. ....8:48 a m Cht`goExA.M.l3:2B i m.
Ci. Wh'g 1:23 p m Cleveland Ex 3:3 So in
Chicago Ex. .
_ 1:38 p m Erie &
W'e &Erie Ex4:3B Cl. Wh , g Exo:3Bp nr
Depart from 40ep1 eny. Arrtae Sn .4flepsen y.
Bea'r Falls Ac.0:08 n m 'Leetsdale A.c..6:53 am
Leetsdale " 10:03 am j Bea , r Falls " 13:28 am
11:58 a m , New Castle "10:23 ant
Bochester " 2:23 pmjEnon " 2:13 am
Enon " .3:58 pm j Leetsdale "12:48pm
Leetsdale Acc.15:12 pm I Bea'r Falls " 31:43 pm
Bea'rFaiis .6:l3pm; Leetslale " 4:33 um
Leetsdale " 10:43pm " " 7:23pm
Fair Oaks Sun- !Fair Oaka Sun
day Church. 1:13 pmj day t.,hurch. 0:58 am
Xi,- 1:38 p. m. Chicago Express leaves dsPy.
Alir 7:23 D. in. Chicago -Express arrives daily.
311" J. N. McCULLOUt4H. .
Gent. Pat. & 1 icket Agent. Gent. Manager:
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
THE oNLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE OIL
REGIONS WITHOUT CHANGE OF OAisS.
On and after MON DAY, June 14th, 18159 TWO-.'
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday)
will leave Pittsbutat Depot, corner - of Fier ,
enth and Pike streets, for Franklin, 011 City,Bufr
leo. and all points in t! e Oftliegions.
LEAVE prrrsßußGu. jAninv IR prrraistraGß
Day Ex 8:00 aln Day Ex 5:151/25
iglght Ex .... 7:30 pm i Night Ex 13;30 Mg
Brady's B Ac 3:05 p mlßradys B Ac 10:15 aXI
Freeport Ac. 9;4-0 a in!lsteodaWgis 7:40 a '
6:30 p m;Pree_p :1
ort Ac. 615 pm
Ist Hultola... 6:45a mjst liulton.. 8:00 a .
20 Hu1t0n...12:00- m Hniton... 2:00 put
3,1 Holton— 1 1:00p m'3d Milton... 1:05 pat •
Arnold's Ac. 5:00 p na , Arnold's Ac. 7:40 pas
Churco train to and from Soda Works IeSVS
Pfttsburgh at.l:lor. E. Arrive at Pittsburgh*
(Sundays,) at 0:50A. M.
Express trains atop, only at principal points.
Accommodation rain s'stop at all statt ins
J. J. LAW - HENCE, (sea'sTHOMM3 M. KING, Assn.
. LOUIS RAILWAY. •
PAN HANDLE HOIJTE.
CHANGE OF TIME:—On and after. BUN DAY
August 29,1859, trains will leave and arrive at
the Union Depot, as tbllows:
Mail.. 9:08 mi 19:01 p:m.
Fast Line 8-53 a. m. 7:08p. m.
Express . 1:43 p.m. 7:13 a. m._
Mixed Ace , n 5:23 a. m. i 6:53 pre.
McDonald's Aec , n,No.l" 11:38a. Zli. .7:38
Steubenville Amommod. 3:53 p. m. 9:48
Mellonalda Ate'n. No. t 5.53 p. a. 3:18 p.
Sunday Church Train.. 19:58, p..m. 9:48 a. m.
aar 1:43 P. X. trainwill teate.daiy. - -
13:03 P. 3E. tralawillaravefi
. AU other trains will run daily. Sunasye
ed. The 8:53 a. K. Train hakes- close cow.
nectionaat Newark , ar Zanesville..
General Ticket Agert. Columtus, 0.
W , 0 , 1110. Stun't.. Dentason,.ocuo. - ;
il oNwELLs.v I L L FREMPIR
ind after I'VESIPAt; Nogiimber;
I.IIIIIS artive at. and depart front the
Depot 'corner of G.rant and 'Water street/I.'lla
Mal to and from tint on-
Y. 6:012 rills:
xiiii'eTsportAccomdva-iiicio ida . i.;
Ex. to and from Unt , n, 3:00..r, at. 10;10 A.,x•
West Newton decom , d - 4:30 p . x. 8:33 A. 11.'
BraddoelVa Aeccandt , n; 6:13 Jr. N. 7:50 r.lll.
Night Ae,:tohleK , sport".lo:3o p, st; 0:45
Banday Church 'Train to _ _ _
and from West Newton 1:00 SG 10:00 Ai.
,For tickets apply. tom ;
E. M. .111.YMOIED, Agent .
W. B. STOUT. linpermennent. not!
UNION PACIFIC lIAILIVA F . -
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The SHANLVICIIT AND 11.4..,152 .BELLS
LiOUP?. from the Nutt° al peter: z
New ,INez boo, Idaike,
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Two Trains leave State Line and LeartitwOrns
duly,: (Sunday/ excepted, )on the arrival of train*
of Facile Railroad from tit.- Louis. and Sant. hal and St. Joe Railroad trona tzninet. coatiees
la. at Lawrence, Topeka and MI amego with.
stak e s tor alt to In Hansa& At end at
track west of Ellsworth with the. It
STATES REPRESS COMPANY'S ' IOW
LINE OP OVERLAND 1t.41, ssx? ;mama,