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037/CE OP PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
THURSDAY, Sept.t. 23 , 1869. Si
Business continues moderately, na
tive, though it might be a good deal
better; that there will be an' improve
ment within the next thirty days, is
generally expected, and hopes of a good
fall and winter trade are' entertained.
It looks now as though there would not
be - much 'chance for spectilation, and
those who want and eXpect to make
money, will nave to do It in the old
fashioned way, by doing legitimate boat
men; money matters are working very
close, and the banks here are hot die:
posed to afford much enconiagetiient to
speculators of any kind; as a general
thing these speculators work on bor
,rowed money, and this is what. Makes it
So ugly in the case they go under; they
not only ruin themselve, but, In many
cases, cripple, if not ruin others. •
APPLES—The market" is completely
glutted, and with only a- moderate de-
Maud, prices are weak and drooping;
we now quote at sl®2 per bbl.
BUTT.ER—AIio is very, dull, with a •
supply largely in excess of the demand,
and prices are drooping; sales of prime
to choice at 28@30.
CRANBERRIES—SaIes of prime east
ern cultivated at $12®13 per bbl.
CHEESE—Is quiet and unchanged,
ranging from 14 to 16 - cents, as to
CARBON. OlL—Quiet and unchanged,
may be quoted at 24 for round lots, and
306'31 in a retail way.
EGGS—DuII but unchanged, sales
at 2. I
FEATHERS—DuII; quoted at 80®85
cents to tbe trade, and the usual advance
for small lots in store.
FLOUR—The market Is quiet and
dull, and devold . of anything new or im
portant. We continue to quote `western
flours at 0,5015.6,75 for good, and • s74g
7,25 for choice.
GRAIN—The mills are receiving con
siderable wheat but dealets, in conse
quence of there being little; or no mar
gin, are receiving very little, we can re
port small sales of prime Red at $1,30,
but a round lot might bring more. Oats
firm but unchanged; wiles on wharf and
track u at 53©55, and in store at 56©58.
Rye is In demand at $l,lO. for Western
and $1,12 for prime State. Barley—none
offering; $1,25 is .sllll regarded as the
standard price, though there has been
some few sales at $1,30. Corn Is quiet
and uncharged-98®51,00 for prime yel
GROCERIES--The advance in gold
has materially;effected both sugars and
coffees, and the market is considerably
excited and prices higher, and as nearly
lways is the case, when prices are ad
ancing,•the demigod is more active, and
holders are less anilous to realize. It
net probable, however, that the ad
ance in gold will be maintained for any
nsiderable length of time, and in case
t goes back, sugars - and coffees will
doubtless follow — throne will go with
he other. In other articles, there are
changes worthy of special notice.
iStarens—S H, 1.13.a1 . 2; A A, 13; Ha
ana 1334 ®l4; Cuba, 14.((4)14V,;, Porto
co, Demararak 14®1534; New Orleans,
but little prime in market; Refined Ex.
0, .16X; 8,1634: A, 183:; Hard, 17,K. ..'
, . 4
3,./Mor.,AssEs—New Orleans of good quid
: • ' i is in strong request and bring 90 ®95;
. 1 Pto Rico, 65@75.
. i SYRUpS--Whiie _Honey Drips, $1,10;
Sliver Drips, 95c; Jersey, 90c; Loverisg,
9 ; Golden 70; Amber, Iii 0; Common, 50;
Booth & Edgar fancy, $l,lO.
FrEs—Fair to Good Rio, 213i(423;
. i P 'm e, 25@2534; Choice,'2634®27.
um—Carolina, 94;,c®10c; Rangoon, 9.•
. I ses—Young Hyson, $1,90§1,80, G.
P. $l,lO to 1,99. Imperial, $1,40 to
- ' 1, . Oolong, 85 to $1,45. Son Chong, 990
to, 1,50. ,
rAncit—Pearl, - N; Silver Gloss, 11c,
and Corn Starch, 1t c.
, ONcENTRATED LYE—$3,25 per case.
OtrITS--Layer Raisins, $3,75 per box;
Filmes, 1330; Currants 1230; , Valencia
- ' Ba i rns 16.
PlCEs—Cassia, 75c; Cleves, 50c; grain
Pe per, 36 Allspice, 33c; Nutmegs, $1,59.
Ben LEAD--itic; Shot, $3,25 per bag.
• Spers—"Babbit's," 12c: "Oakelys
_ i• 1130; Rosin', 5 to 7c4 ,
Wax, 10c; Chem. Olive, 9c. ,
; COrnrigs--Mettld; 15Xc; Star, 23Mc,
Br CARS Sons=4l6sf per lie.
HAY—Sales from Country wagons at
.11.14@22, as to quality.
HEMP Very.dull; $205 per ton.
HUSKS—SaIes at 25.0g)3 cis per pound.
LARD 01L—F. , Sellers '& Co. quote
• Extra 1, at $1,43©1,45, and No. • 2,' at
' ' $1.05®1,08
• PROVISIONS--Firmer and higher
Shoulders, 16W,(41634; Ribbed Sides, 19;
1 Short Ribbed, 19%; Clear do, 20; plain
• Sugar. Cured Hams, 2235; Cavaarsed do,
. 2334. Mess Pork, $3334®3334. Lard,
_. • 20 34 in times, 203< in bbls, and 21M in"
PEANUTS_ sales at 15 centa.
PEACHES--Very dull—sales at 75@
$1,50 per box, as to quality. The price
; has got doWn . to a point that eastern
i peaches are almost played out—shippers
cant stand it. 1 .
; PLUMS--Seon Is abo over—rime
- fresh 'receipts, as in good conut p
bring $4,50 per Miami.
.4. POTATOES—Sweets very dull with a
big supply and light demand. Sales of
Baitimores at $1,09©4,50 per bbl, and
7 Jersey's at $5,00.•
SEED—Flaxseed is in demand, and
1 the mills are paying 12,20@2,25. Small
sales of timothy seed at 114,25)&4,50. .No
• demand for clover seed.
SALT—Is firmer, with sales of car
1 load lots at 11,85 per bbl. •
I STR.W.EIoId. in Allegheny market
at $l2 per ton.
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MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Maw Tonic,' September 2 2.—Cottan
firmer and quiet; sales 1,400 biles at 29e
for middling uplands. Flour: 'receipts
were 8,473 bbls, market dull and Strong
ly in buyers' favor; sales 8,100 bbls
15.80®6,15 for superfineStata and west
?:ern; 16;20©6,70, extra State; 1 8 , 15 @ 6 ,73.
extra western; $ 6 , 75 @6,90, White wheat
'1: extra; 16,25(46,75, H. H. O.; $6,50@7, extra
St• liolibk;l47(ii3, good to choice; also
000 bblit sold last evening including 10,000
bags extra State for October, at $8,35.
4 Rye Flour quiet; sales 150 bbls at sl.Bo®
45,25. Cornmeal quiet; sales 50 bbls
Brandywine at $6,35. Whisky firmer;
1 sales 150 bbls western fraa at ;1,25©1,27M.
Wheat: receipts were 91,921 bush: the
market opened with -holders asking
= 'higher prices and closing at, yes
terday's- figures; sales 133,000 bush,
chiefly last evening, at $1,41©1,42 for
No. 3 spring, 11,45 for soft No. 2 do,
14 4 734@1,50 for winter red Illinois, and
*1,50©1,54 for wint er red and amber
western; also one ld choice do at $1,57;
inferior white Michigan, $1,80@1,61.
Rye quiet. Barley dull, with sales 2.000
bush Inferior State at $1,23. Barley Malt
quiet. Corn; racelptB24,Bs9 bush; opened ,
a shade letter , and , closed dull at about'
yesterday's pricei, 'with sales 87,000 bush
at $11@1,09 for -unsound 'new, mixed
western, sl,lo®l j l4 for sound do, $1,153 4
01,18 for - white weiteru; and 1 1 1115(01;20
for western,lidtow., Oats; • zeoetpts
23,570 Inudieby opened fires but closed
8/03742 kifortteriOutbelit and wppt,ern,
• • •
closing at 63®64 0 for western and 66®68c
for State. Rice unchanged. Coffee fair
ly active; sales of 100 sacks Lagnagra at
34®17Xc; 300 mats Java et 23®24;0
gold. Sugar dull; sales of 150 hhda at
12%c for Cuba, and 1334®14%c for Porto
Rico. Molasses unchanged; sales of 100
hhda Cuba at 58e. Hops quiet, 10®20c
for new. Petroleum quiet. Linseed oil
quiet. el ®l,Ol in casks... . : Provisions:
Pork a shade easier: "sales of 470 bbls
at e 3 1,50®31,75 for mess, closing at $31,50
bid, and V. 31.62 asked; $30,00 for old.
do, $27®27,50 for prime, and $26,50®
30,50 for prime mese. Beef steady with
sales of 130 bbls at $8,50®13,60 for new
plain mess; and $12®17 new extra mess.
Beef hams quiet with sales of 80 bbls
at $25®30. Cut meats quiet with sales
of 115 pkgs at 143;®151 4 for shoulders,
17'519 for hams; middles steady' with;
sales of 60 bones ice cured at 16: 1 4®16g,
and 50.000 lbs long clear in bulk at 163 i.
Lard a shade firmer with sales of 6eo
tierces at 17®183; for Steam, and 19®
9135 kettle rendered. • Butter steady at
17®28. Ohio cheese firm at 18®16. Spirits
Turpentine lower at 42% ®43. Freights
to Liverpool heavy and lower. Ship
ments: 50,000 bush wheat at 9d. per sail,
10d. per steam, and 500 bbls flour at 2s.
6d. per sail.
Latent.-Flour closed chill and in
buyers' favor. Wheat aniet and steady
with a very moderate export and milling
loqulry. Rye dull at $l,lB for western.
Oats dull and unsettled at 63®65d for
western. Ciarn very quiet at sl®l,lo for
unsound, and $1,11(i)1,13 for sound mixed
western. Pork nominal at $31,50 for
mess. Beef Quiet and steady. Cut
Meats dull and unsettled. Bacon firm
and quiet. Lard quiet at 181i018mc for
good to prime. Eggs quiet and without
ST. Louts, Sept. 23 . -Tobacco strong,
but unchanged. Cotton nominal at.2Bc.
Hemp -nothing doing. Flour: the de
mand exceeds the supply of lower
grades, and prices are firmer but not
higher; fail super at $5, extra at $5,25®
5,40, double extra at $5.50®6, choice fam
at $ 4 3,75®7,25, and fancy do. at $7,50
@EI. Wheat pretty firm; low and mad'.
um grades better; No. 2 spring sold: at
81®1,05, No. 2 red fall at $ 1 ,08®1,10, No,
1 do. at $1,15 ®l,lB, choice at $1,20, No. 2
white at $ 1 ,10®1•14, No. 1 do. at $1,20,
and choice at $1,30. Corn firm; mixed
at 89®01.1c, and unsett le d;ite at 97c®1,
Oats lower aud sales in bulk
at 40®432., mixed in sacks at 46®47c,and
white at 48®50. Barley: - low • grades I I
very dull, prime lowa at $1,15; choice
Illinolse at $1,45; fall ranges- at $1,76®
1,85. Rye firmer at 82@atic. Whisky
is scarce and higher at $1,15. Groceries
unchanged; sugar at 13®14%c: Rio
coffee at 2335®25Mc. Good fair to choice
pork dull with small sales at ii3h2,75®33,-
00. Dry - stilt tne-.ts stiff 'and igher at
18c for clear rib sides. Bacon buoyant
and tending up. Shoudlers at . Ific
clear sides at 19;i: held at 200. Lard
dull, choice per teirce on orders at 183ic;
keg at 20. Cattle steady and active at
$2®634 for Inferior to choice. Hogs are
firm and wanted at $748 for stock; s9®
10/ Yor fat. Receipts flour 3,000 bbls,
Wheat, 21,500 bush. Corn, 7,100 bush.
Oats, 13,900 bush. Barley,
Rye, 1,500 bush. Hogs' 750.
Csimeao, September 23 . -Eastern Ex
change par selling. Flour quiet anti
easy; $5,75®6,50 for spring extras. Wheat
active and a shade firmer; sales of No. 1
at $ 1 ,18®1,193„ No. 2 at $1,16®1,173t„
closing steady at $1,17 for No. 2, this
afternoon the market was quiet at 81,17.
for No. 2 seller September. Corn more
active and ,i‘®lo lower; sales of No. 2
783;®80c, closing quiet 79y,c, rejected
75;i®77c, no grade at 74c, this afternoon
the market was active and easier at 780,
seller September; 79c, seller October,
for No. 2 Oats in moderate demand and
We)jic lower: sales No, 2 at 44®4430,
closing at -14 c; rejected at 43®43340. Bye
in fair demand; sales No. lat 8735®88e;
No. 2 at 135®8834c; rejected at 7e®77c,
closing at 86c for regular No. 2, and 76c
- for rejected. Barley dull and B®loc lower
on No. 2, seller the month, and 6®loe
seller October, closing at $1,30 for No. 2 id
store, seller Sept. Highwines, buyers at
$1,10; holders. demanded 11,12. Sugars.
active and unchanged. Provisions
firmer and more active. Mesa Pork
$ 3 2,75®33,1235. Lard dull at 18®18,c.
Dry salted shoulders 14 ®14Xc; rough
sides 17®17340; short rib middles 1731®
1730. Freights active and a shade
firmer ative for corn to Oswego, 630 for
Wheat e and 5c for corn to Buffalo. Re
ceiptsfor past twenty-four hours
'4;9l6 bbls flour, 86,508 bush wheat, 16,778
latish c0rn,67,978 bush oats, 8,479 bush
rye, 14,85 bun barley. flbipments
-8,559 bide flour, 97,856 bush wheat, $159,-
290 bush corn, 109,381 bush oats, 4,013
bush rye, 812 bush parley.
CINCINNATI, September 2 3.-Flour is
dull, but unchanged, with sales of family
at $6®6,25. Wheat dull and nonainal,
with Bales of red at $ 1 ,12®1,18. Corn
quiet and unchanged, at 98c®11. Oats
at 50®550. Rye steady at 11. Tabacco•
active, with sales of 267 hhds at $7,50 to
23,75. Whisky is excited and unsettled;
held at 51,15; also 150 bbls sold at this
rate. Mess Pork dull and nominal, •at
132. Lard' Isneglected and can be
bought at 17N0. Bulk ,eats firmer;
shoulders are the only kind m offered, and
they are held at 143 Se; UA*, are no sides
offering. Bacon firmer: . sales of shoul
ders at 80, sides at 119Wo." Butter
fit m; fresh is in light su pply at 30®33e.
Eggs dull at 20c. , Lhaseetd , Oil firm at
$1®1,02. Lard Oil at $1,83®1,38. Petro.
let= 33®35c. Sugar,active and a large
demand, with sales of 320 /aids,. and 480
bbls raw at 133; to, 16c. Coffee firm, with
a good demand; good prime at 22®250.
Gold 14133 buying. Exchange advanced
to par buying, and 60 to 1.10 per cent.'
premium selling. Money market close.
CLavmastn. Sept. 22 .-Wheat market
dull, heavy and lower, with sales No.l
red winter at 11,29, and No. 2 do. at
$1,27. Corn dull and lower; ixed
held at 97c. and No. 2 do. at 950. m Oats
quiet but firmer; No. I State held at'
boc, and 49c offered. Rye market,quiet
and nominal at $1®1,05 for No. 1, and 60
@Me for No. 2. Barley dull and nomi
nal. Petroleum quiet and unchanged;
refined held at 2830 for prime light
,straw to white, and 29®2930 for sten,
dard white buyers are not according to
these figures to the eastern market;
email lota are held 2®30 abovethese pri.
ma; crude dull. at $6,60.
TOLEDO, September 23.-Flour dull'
and • drooping. Wheat I®2o lower; No.
2 white Wabash $1,2,9, No. 1 white• Mic
higan $1,39, amber $1,24, No. 1 red 81,27,
No. 2 do. 81,243 i. Corn /o lower; No. 1
890, No. 2 860. Oats a shade better; Ne
520, No. 2 47340. Freights firm; 40 . 0
Buffalo 90 to Oswego, vessels scarce.
Receipts: 4,100 bbls flour, 78,700 bush
wheat, 11,000 bush corn, 14,000 bush oats.
700 bash rye. Shipments: 4,100 bbls
flour, 105,000 bush wheat, 20,000 bush
corn, 8,400 bush oats, 1,100 bush rye.
BALTIMORE, Sept. 23 . -Flour dull;
:western superfine at 16®6,25, do. extra
at $6,50®7, and family at 17,26®8. Wheat
firmer; prime to choice red at 81,45®
1,55. Corn dull but firm:, white at f 1,25
©1,30. Oats firm at 60*120. Rye dull
at $1,10®1,20 for Virginia. Mess pork
quiet at $33®33,50. Bacon active and ad.
venting; rib aides at- 19y,c, clear rib at
20 i', and shoulders at ltiafe. Hams at
24®250. Lard dull. at , 193‘®200.
ky In good deinand at $1,17(01,18.-
quiet at 0 0 5,25 for superfine; • Grain
u nchanged:Lgimmon -bulk Wheat
fr red and, mu 111101:4421X • Gtedelleti
'? A • . :
PITTSB MIX-AZ 'SME3III.III, - 24 i MO
firmer. Leaf Tobacco actlie; sales 175
hhda at. 171517,75. Provisions firm and
in demand with an upward tendency:
Mess pork $ 33 ®38,50, bacon shoulder°
it3;f c, clear rib and clear 'sides 193;0.
Lard 20e. Ramw:sugar cured 24c; fanny
25c. Whisky firm; sales raw at 54/22)
1,13. Bagging 2634®270.
MEMPHIS, September 23.—Cotton ac.
tive, with middlings,at 26 1 4 c; receipts,s9
bales; einorts 174. Wheat , firm, with
choice at 111,30. Flour weaker at PASO@
6,00. Cern steady at • 59e. HaY; sale Wat
525. Bran firm , at $21,50. ' •Pork IKEA'
Lard 2 0x©220. Bacon • firrn and cad-,
vancing, with shoulders at 17e, :and stiles
at 2034 c. .
dull, superfine 55,25. Wheat - dull and
drooping, red $ 1 ,45®1,52. Rye '51,15..
Corn in *halted demand, mixed western
$ 1 ,11@1,13. Oats steady. 63@650. Pe. -
iroleurn nominal, crude 220. relined 32c.
Mess pork 533. Lard JiiNc. Whisky
advanced to $1,18©1,20, but holders asfr
MILwATKER, Septenther Flour
active, medium Spring
,extra was held at
85,3 T. Wheat steady, 8421 for No. 1,
8148 -for No. 2. Oats -quiet and Un
changed. Corn dull: and lower, 79c for
No. 2. Rye lower, 87c for. No. 1. Barley
nominal. Grain freights steady and un
changed. Receipts: 4,000 bbls flour, 92,-
000 bush wheat, 3.000 bush oats, 4,000
bush corn. Shipments: 4,000 bbls flea;
48,000 bash wheat, 1,000 bush oats.
DETIynT, Sept. 23.—Flour quiet; re
ceipts heavy. Wheat I@)2 lower all
around; extra white sold at $1,30; No. 1
do. closed heavy at 81,31, with buyers at
$1,30: regular do. and amber steady at
01,26; receipts-21,500 bush. Barley
dull at 82,50 for No. 1. Corn offered at
98c for State. Oats at 50c. Feed scarce
and firm; Bran at 1516,50; coarse mid
dlings at $2.2®23; tine do. at 8.30@32.
CILICAGO, Sept. 23.—Cattle more active
and lower 83,30@4,20f0r stockers; 83,75®
4,00 for cows and light steer,s. Hogs
steady and moderately actiye at email@example.com,
fair to medium 89,50g9,95; for good to
choice $10,20 for extra.
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
PrrrsnunctEt, FORT Wartqn it. Cm-
OAGO RAILROAD. September .23.-4 cars
metal, Nitnick dr. Co; 4 do do, Hallman ct
Hammett; Ido do, Rees, Graff& Dull; 1
do do, Brown dc Co; 3 do do, Zug it Co;
4do do, John Moorhead; 25 bbls high
wines, T. Adler dr Co; 2 cars millfeed,
Keil & Ritchart: 5 bble oil, Harris dz Ew
ing; 1 car ice, John White Jr; 39 bdla
shovels, Myers it Armour; 3,110 galls
stone ware, J A Gault; 2.5 sks rags, God
frey dr. Clark; 50 bag cheese, Haworth dr,
Dewhurat; 1 car staves, M P Adams tt
Bro; 50 has cheese, owner: 25 do do; E
Heazleton; 100 bills flour, Dan Wallace;
50 do do, W H Nanker de Son; 15 tcs
hams, 1 car shoulders, J P Hanna (k Co;
30 bas timothy seed, Watt, Lang dr Co;
40 do do, G A Martin; 50 ;do do, W W
Knox; 5 pkgs brandy, L J Morris; 50 tea
hams, Peter Macqueen; 3 cars rye, Jos S
Finch it, Co.
ALLEasur VALLEY RAILROAD. Sep
tember 23.-1 car metal, H Woodsides) 2
do .lime. D L Reynolds; 8 bbls eggs,
Bruggerman Lt O'Brien; 25 ska potatoes,
Dalt tiger & Stevenson; 91 airs oats, 17, do
rye, Scott Gisal: 52 do oats, .7 tt
Dietz; 24 aka oats,Adams dr Austin; 1
car bides, Jas Calery; 8 aka seed, Keil ,t
Rltchart; 10 pkgs onions, S Devol; 8 sks
rags, Christy Lir Benham; 16 pkgs pota
toes, J NV Benson; 4 cars limestone,
Shoenberger d: Blair; 1 car metal, Brown
Lt Co; 1 car grain, Scott dr Gisal; 2 cars
atone, Henderson Co; Ido do
Brough; 480 bbls oil, Cltizens 011 Co; , 48
do do, D Bly Lt Co; 1,040 do do, Fulton,
Marvin it Co: 80 do do, 11..McKelvy;
do do,.John Muni:tall; 480 do do, Fisher
.1! Or..nvELAND • Awn Prrninunor Real
noAn September 23.-6 cars ore, Mc-
Kni P4k Co; 3do do, Zug 4t Co; 1 do
IL do, Brady'sli Bend Iron Co; 100 bblis
Bennet dc Forset; 6.5 bbls apples, Voigt
M tic 1 car steel, Anderson Wood &
Co; s b il ls l 011, J Spear; 1 car stone,' J L
1 L Knox; 25 bbls lime, S Davisori; 10 bra
crackers, J H Rinnell; lot stoneware,
Muni:mil& McGraw; 10 bbls. oil, care
B Floyd it CO; 1 car stone, J L L Knox;
Ido do, P Wolf; 9 doz chairs, D Mo.
Ginnie; H bbls apples, Bruggerman it
O'Brien; 15 do do, W H Graff& Co; 17 do
do, 5 tubs butter, G H Wells; 17 do do,
Spriager 41t Co.
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI AND BT.
LOUIS RAILROAD, September 23.-1
box grapes, Meanor do H; 163 bgs wheat,
6 cars bulk do, .R T Kennedy; 6 bbls ap
ples, Woodworth tt D; 193 Mils brooms,
McElroy& Co; 228 bgs feed, J ct W Fairly,
15 Obis flour, W F Eyeter; 2 doz hams,
C. Burchfield; 37 toe lard, 10 do homes, F
Sellers; 5 why, 10 tea
Hoye; l is o k bbls oil, E Pryor;
ton; 12 caddys tobacco, J Lippincott; 29 do
do, W S Jones; 15 bales broom corn,
Vangorder dt S; 34 eke flour, McHenry dr
II; 7 bbls eggs, Head it M.
ALLEGZENY STA.'nog, September 23.-
8 cam wheat, Kennedy & Bro; 2do flax
seed, Ewer, Hamilton dr Co; 8 cars
staves, Ralya & Robertson; 1 do' do,
Hemphill; 1 bbl tallow, Lappe & Weise;
3 care flaxseed, M. B Suydam; 78 1 bge
shorts, 134 do barley, R Knox & Son; 2
cars metal, Rogers& Burchfield; 4 do do,
Lewis, Bailey & Daizell; S cars lime-
stone, Richey, H & Co; 1 car stone, G &
L Afoul; .120 bits sumac, H P Schwartz;
bble, 209 eita flour, Geo Stewart. .
' B CELLANEOUS.
OBEHTCPitERSON & CO,
Seventh Avenue and Liberty St.,
Will on Satnrday, July 31st. ISO% and
on each sucoesdhag Saturday,
hold an Auction Sale of •
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES "
And eyerrtblng appertain:nit to the Hone.
Fames desbifig to sell will please leave their
nonce of consignment ou or before Thursday of
each week In order for advertising. Prompt at
tentils. awl good care will be &Inn all Stock left
JOHN H. STEWART Auctioneer. •
m 99.9909 •
IQ iLIER & *CO. I
CIVEZNSWARE. BILISTOL WARX
office and Warehoune. 383 LIBERTY BTIMIET
1a..11.8 orders 'non:ante attendee tn.
We are In reoelpt• of the above welt-known
brand of Cheese. This Cheese to taklns the
place of all others where Introduced. For sale,
wholesale or r. tall. by •
- JOHN A. RENSHAW.
Corner Liberty and Ninth streets.
PuErPiEs mE BLOOM.
/*lt BA.LB B DEIN:MD/TS SVERICWEE/ra.
• • •
, tl i tlll4 100 itmmth
i ze n ri
.7Msa,Ltite • spobtas xoe4;
The river remains ataticnary with
scant two feet by the metal marks, it is
claimed, however, that there is more wa
ter than these marks call for, and we
understand that the Belle came in yes
terday aftertiOori, _drawing 25 inches.
Weather continues .ploudy and sultry,
with indlcatigns. of ,rain. Thermometer
arrive until yester
day afternoon, having been delayed - by
fog and low water combined. She was
to have left again last evening.
The Batesville, Capt. C. W. Cole, is
announced to leave for Memphis and
White River on Saturday. She is a bran
The Bellevernon Is filling up steadily
for New Orleans, as also the Maggie
Hays for St. Louis; both of these .boats
will leave on the first rise of water. -
—John H. Wilson, is now chief clerk
' of the
The Sp o r e a t y eveie
started up the Missouri,
Monday night, to assist the snagboats.
—Captain Asa Booth will take corn
mand of the Allegheny Belle when she
—The R. 02'13ray for Memphis, and
Mary Davaga for New Grleans, are
loading at Cincinniti.
.Y. W. Parker purchased a
one.fourth i n terest in the Lady Pike, at
Dubuque, onAtie 20th, for $4,000.
—Capt. G ; W. Ebert, of the Mollie
Ebert, has bought snit against a Mr.
Robbins, of Ifersonville, for failure to
ship forty head of stock according to con
—The Wild Duck and barges. from
Pittsburgh, passed Cincinnati for St.
Louis, on Tuesday, with a tremendous
cargo. Pilots, Ed. Chapman and Lean
—The Sallie left Wheeling for this
pert on Wednesday evening, drawing 33
inches. Capt.,,Steckdale expects that
sbe will be able td reach Glass House
without much trouble.
—Mr. R. G. Shinkle, a well known
Cincinnati and St. Louis pilot, was mar
ried to Miss Mollie Behrinan, at the
residence of the bride's mother, New
port, on Tuesday last.
—The Nornan was purchased at Ev
ansville, the other day, by W J May
from Dr. Kennedy for $lO,OOO. She will
be placed in the Evansville and Cincin
nati trade, in command of Capt. P. K.
—The Evansville .Tournal gives the
following as the owners of the Phantom:
A. S Jones, 81,500; J. B. Sleath, 575 e; E.
B. Jones, $500; Bennett Dycusburg,
$1,000; J. M. Beverly, 5500: Lockett &
Johnson, $250; George Rock, $250; Rob
ins & Bro., $250; J. A. Mackey, $250; Kay
& Scott, $250; Sengenfelter & Reed, $250;
Eners dr Rosa, $250.
—On the 16th, Capt. Burdean, agent at
New Orleas of the St. Louis Barge Co.-
completed a shipment of 10,000 bbls of
flour direct to Liverpoole. During the
'last few weeks, he has shipped over 50,.
000 bbls In the same direction. All of
this Blur has - been shipped by through
bills of lauding from St. Louis.
• —Mr. Morrill, an experienced elvilien
gineer, left New Albany, last week, to
servey the lower Ohio. hence to Cairo,
hy order or General Weitzel. The paqy,
Mr. Morrill- and•five men. .embarked in
a large yawl, surmounted with a canopy
of canvas,,, and will be absent several
weeks. They, will accurately measure
the diatanso to Cairo, sound the princi
pal bares and make a chart of the river.
—.A St." Lonlir am,
of Tuesday tel
, says: The egr Camel under
Pittsburgh with a full cargo of grafn,
hides, iron, &c., also a full cabin, some
liassensere nazi; being :able to obtain
berths. Most of her cargo is for Louis
ville. Captain William Fitzgerald has
bought Captain Conzales' three eights of
the Mary McDonald, and now owns the
entire boat. The Flirt is repairing, and
will probably load for Red river this
Veit MEMPHIS, IvErradr im a —
The Lx ANS AND
line pas4ger steamer
BELL, Ve. aNON J..DAnitAntf, Master.
Wilt !cave fur the above and intermediate ports
on the first water.
For Irelubt or passage apply au board or to
DIDDEnr, SWAN Et & Bil., or
FL.M.:K" COLLINGWOOD Aiftnts.
N. B. — Uhriest, Swaney It Co. give througit
bills lading to Alabama river and Texas ports.
& 1 011 EVA NRYILLIP,AmorId
&.: CAIRO AND ST. LOUltf.
the One passenger stemer
IdAGGIE HAYS, IL C. Titsailig, Cnmiztincler,
Will leave for the above and intermediate ports
00 drat waterdi I ,
Bor freight or passage anvil! '
o n board, o r
FLACK & C0 , .. , .:NDW00D, or
(INKIEST t & SWANEY, Agents.
WHEELING AND CINCINNATI.
A.ND CI 2501 NN A.TI. '
Leaves Pittsburgh EVERY SATURDAY- IX at.
The swift and soperb Sidewheel Steamer ST.
AltYB, T• tl. SWEENEY. Commander, will
leave as announced above..
For Yielght or Passage apply on hoarti, or to
COLLINS COLLINGWOOD, or
& BARNES, Agents.
N. B.—No Freight received after 11 a.y, sell)
B TEA2IBEIII 3 S
TO LIVERPOOL. AN.tr i nt
TITS binieN WAIL STRAIOSEIIPS
Numbering sixteen ritstechigi vessels, amok:
tu. intim celebrated
CITY OP PAJilti, CITY CP ANTWEir
CITY OP BOSTON CITY or HALTiIIoRR,
CI Ti OP LONDON.
EVERY ATURDAY, horn Pier 41,
.Nurtti rtlvet New. York. For nonage or farther
Worms:fob ants , to
113 SMITHFIELD STREET. Pittsburgh.
SECURITY ' • AND ,COMFORT
tor the.trayellng community.
J. 7i3: HARRIS
afely Fire Jacket, Car Heater an
POr Smoke and Ira Air lues, dispenaing with
the use of stoves 800 fire+ in or about the Panen
ger or Baggage Cars, with the attachment to
graduate the beat to any temperature that may
be desired •without, the possibility of firing the
car or cars to which the Jacket may bo attar had.
Having obtained of the United states Letters
Patent fur a 'Safety Jacket, which Is warranted
to resist the meek Intense neat that may b e a p,
plied to it in tae•Position and purpose for which
it is intended.
It is a sure protection from accidents by fire,
originating from defective llues or where iron
pipes are:.used as conductors for smoke or heat.
It, is applicable to all piping that may become
overheated, and ts Warrant:li to give perfect eat-
Isfaction , Y , here Wood or other combinable Mate
rial may be 'reseed In close proximity thereto,
I an now ready to apply my invention to stores,
. dwellings, factories, ships, steamboats, railroad
ears, ac. Wherever pipes as conductors are
made dangerous by being overheated and secu
,ylty desired, I will send on application right to
manufacture or use the above Invention. Also
Territorial rights to such as may sash to engage
la selling 9:0 . - liegea father by, eltato or county.
Mr°Rice It the —NE PLUS ULTRA PAINT
WOR/1.30t earner ot Morris street 111121 i the Alle
gheny' Valley Real,rond, want. Pitts
A amignal i tA rk 71 , 4 i i % co,
OF AMAMI-MT, PA. 1 '
OFFICE IN FRANELIN SAVINGS BA N E
No. 41 Ohio St:, Anoithenr.'
A ROMA' MiI.PANY, managed by Dtroothrs
known to the community, who , trust by fair
deallny to merit a share or your patronage,
DE lIDIf 1RW 1A.. , ........—....pre5id I t,
Oho. D. RiDDL311....»..—....8eers
Henry Irwin, ID. L. Patterson, Wm, Coops ,
Geo. R. Ridde, Jacobl Franz, Gettlelb F
Simon Drum, 1.1. B. Smith, ' Jacob Rush,
W. H. Stewart, iOb. P. Whiston, Joseph C
Jos. Limner, IH. J. Zinkann, tern. Enben
IL E. nrinAnt.
INSURANCE COMPANY. 1
tio. se Fifth Avenue. Second Floor,
Capital All Paid Tip.
N. J. Higley, 1 H.y9. ciliver, jr, ;Capt. ?ff.Bailei s
Dann 'Ft allaoe, 8. H. Hartman, lA. Chambers,
Jake Hill, 'S. .51'Clurkan. ;Jas. H. Bailey.
Thomu Smith, IJno.S. Willock, f
ROBERT H. KING, President.
JNO. P. JENNINGS, Vice President.
COpSt T .
JO HGNTON ,Se ei Agen t.
Lames on Liberal Terms on all Fire
and Mantle plats.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITITSSUR6BI t .
OFFICE. No. 167 M WOOD STREET, BAI!IE
OP COMMERCE BUILD/NO..
Thla is a Home Company. and Insures
Inas by Fire exclualreiv. . .
LEONARD WALTER, President.
U. C. BOYLE, Flee President:
ROBERT PATRICE, Treaanrer
RVWM MeELFIENT. Secretary.'D:
Leonard Walter, Eleorge Wilson
0. C. Berle.
Robert Pullet, C. Ler.
Jacob Painter. J. C. Fle
Josiah Ring, John Voeirtley,
N. Donnas, A. Ammon. •
AGAINST LOSS BY FULL
FRANKLIN I SURANCE CO.OF PHILADELPHIA,
OFT/Cy., 4 & 437 CIiEBTNUT near anh
(Merles A. Bancker, Mordecai H. Lonll4
K i t
Tobias Wagner, . David. S. Brossii.
Samuel Want; nueLes,
Jacob R. brnitb, Ed wafdp Dale.
rgorro W. Richard', George es.
CHARLES D. BANC E Prost eat.
EDW. C. DALE, Vice President.
W.C. BTEELE &creter,. oro inn.
L J'. FIN
North We st corner Third sad W o od /Stree ts.
NrSTERN INSIIRANCE COM.
PANY OP PITTSBURGH: •
LEILANDER MIMIC'S., Prealdent.
WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
CAPT. BE@RUE NEELD, lieneral Agent.
Office, 92 Water street, limns & Co.'s Ware.
house. up stairs, Pittsburgh.
Will inzure against all binds of Fire 'and Ma
rine Maks. A home Lutitution, managed by Di
rector' who are well known to the community,
and who arc , deterned by promptness and liber•
silty to malntaibTalte character which they have
assumed, as catering the best protection to thata.
who desire to be insured.
Alexander Mini ! DIUCTORBS t_ . •
el. Jekn M. Neennel
R. Miller, Jr., . Chas. J. Clarke,
Jaines McAuley, William 8. Evans,
Alexander Speer. Joseph Hirkpatriek.
Andrew Acklen, Phillip Reymer,
David M. Lout, Wm:Morrison.
D. Ihmsen. n 027
DESIRABLE. RE ID
PO SALE.-157 feet front on 4 411istreet
byl24 deep on an alley; a imbstantlatraml ym.'
*ion. w.ll arranged for comfort and convenience.
Portico, wide Lai(, nine rooms, wash room and
Rood cellar, Large garden, apple and ear
trees. grape Tines, eto.. of choke qualiiles , The'
location is bealtby and pleasant.
• - cuTHBERT arEIONEi,
39 anti Avenaa•
(P e r st.
Ilimers; Ind ptr. ono dint a' vite
omakind ottkero.aaAllive & 915014 PAW
MIS etc •itoinnti. Zat Uwe Mid
POO* ce.p . lo. Ur le 7*. OURNAIrs
Glidast. swam 2 * • ' taxa
Est e ivinx i cgarfn BY A. & T
No. 271 Liberty Street,
Wiezeur OZt. EAGIM
W. C. ARMSTRONG,
Baccensor to F e t zer h Armstrong,
PRODUCE COIEUksiON MERCIWcTI
2.4% ItILUtRET STREET.
'NMEIL NUL &
ItIT ............ C .. HA . .
RT JAB. N. Eicauvr.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ' -
AND DZALNAS IN
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL PEED, lc.,
my-M:b37 340 Liberty !IL, Pittsburgh,
11, IT STEELE 4k. SON,
AND Dr/SIMS nr
No. 96 OHIO ESTREEI, near East Common,
ALLEOHENT CITY. PA.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
so18:.x&INo. 398 PENN STREET.
ETTLE, BAIRD & PATTON,
an Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants
Dealers in Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Ylsh, Carbon and Lard 011, Iron, Naffs, Wass,
Cotton Yarns and all P'Ltsburgh Manufactures
generally, 112. and 114 rtECOND STREBT,
JOHN 1. HOCreB—ZDW. 110081L..••Vrat. H-1101:78.11.
_TOM I. HOUSE &BROS., Sue.
ei reason to JOHN I. HOUSE .4 CO., Whole
sap Grocers and Commission Merchants, Cor
ner of Smithfield and Water Streets. Pittsburgh.
TORE 1,1111.1'0N .......................• WALLACE.
LUPTON & WALLACE Wholtk%
SALE 0 ROCERs AND PROD UGR ORAL.
S. Nn. 6 SIXTH STREET. Pitt sburgh.
THE IRON CITY
MUTUAL LIFE 'LVSIIIIANCE CO
Office, 75 Federal St., Allegheny City
Hon. JAMES L. GRAHAM,
Rev. J. B. CLARK. D. D.,
Capt. R. ROBINSON,
Rev. A. K. BELL, D.D.,
Rey. S. H. NEuBIT. D.D"
W. A. EFED. Cashier Allegheny Trus Co.
JACOB RUSH, Real Estate Agent,
SIMON DRUM, Mayor of Allegheny,
C. W. BENNY, Hatter,
" A. S. BELL. Attorney -at-Law,
D. L. PATTERSON, Lumber Meehant,
D. SWODER, Insurance Agent.
Capt. ROBT. ROBINSON President
Rev. J. B. CLARK, D. D. Vice Presld .
JACOB RUSH, Secreta ry,
C. W. BENNY. Treasurer. -
H. W. WHITE, MuDicAt.
DANIEL. SWOGER,_Genq Agent
This is a nome
each com pan y, conduCted on the mntual
principle, policy holdet-receiring 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 &ford a safe investment to each
policy holder, and thereby retain the money at
home to encourage home Induatr-r. tultalga3
C f f nitc. N G E .O F
ILLLEGII-wwwwwwwWWWWWWIEITT V&7jE Y RAILROAD.
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE OM
-REGIONS WITHOUT CHARGE OP CAE&
On and aftek MONDAY. Sept. 20 . /Se% T WO
!THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunda))
win leave Pittsburia Depot, corner of Elev
enth and Pike streets, thr Franklin, 011 Olty,Blif-
Salo, and all points lit 0 e 011Reglons.
LEAVE PITTARVEGII. AI/sa9 ris rtETEERTEGH
Day Ex 7:00 ato .Day _Ex ...... 5:15 p m
Night Ex .... 7:35 pmlNlghtEx ..... 855 m
Ist Holton... 8:40 a mast. Holton.. 8:25 p m
2d Ffulton...ll:so a m rild Holton... 8:50a Irt
3d Balton_ s:ollprai3d Holton... , 2:10 plit.
4th Hulton..11:00:p m t4th Halton . 7:3opm
Freeport Ac. 13:15 Ai m s od aW 0 r kip .. 7:30 aat
Soda Works.. 8:30 p m Freeport Ac 6:11Ip m
Brady's B Ac 3:05 simi Flradys B Ac 10:05 a m
Church „• 1:00 pm Church ... . 10:10 a m
Expreii; ....... atop only M.P . iiiieilial palms,
Accommodation mins stop at au ' statl ins
J. J. LAWRENCE. Gen , ' 4 Eirti.
THOMAS M. BINH, 4.satt. Supt.
NIA CENTRAL It
AD. _ On and after 11 Pat., thinday AUGUST
29th, 1869, Traits will arrive at and depart
from the Union Depot, corner 'or Was
and Liberty streets, as follows: I
rrive. Xrsrr. _
A in.... 1:90 azol•DayExpparessill:3o :Ma
Past Line.... 1'45 am . • sclfh: Ex...,
Wall's No. 1.. 690 axi ill's No. 1.: 6:3oam '
BrintonAcc'n. 7:50 am Mall Train .. . . 8:10 ana
Wail's No. 2.. 9:05 am BralteAs Be:I. 510 pm.
Cincinnati Ex.8:23 am CincluOti Ex. 1.21:20pra
Johnstown Ac 1020 am Wall , s No. 2..35 a
Bra'ks Ac Nol 7:00 pm ohristown Ac.411:05 p i m a
Pittston Ex.l2 :40 pm Bra•ks Ac No 2 B:2opm
Phlla. Expressi:oo pm has. Extinws 3:sopm
Wall's No. 3...1:50 pm Wall's No. 3.. 3:ospin
Bra'ks AcNo 2 9:55 pm Wall' NO. 4.. 0:03 Pat
Wall's No. 4. 5:50 pm *Past Line. ... 7:3OPm
Way Passn'r 10:20 pm Wallis Ito. 5 . . 11:00 Din
*These trains make close connection at Hants
burg for Baltimore.
The Church Train leaves Walls Station every
Sunday at 9:03 a.- m., reachinvPittsburgirat
10:05 a. trt. Be turning, leaves Pittsburgh at
3.2:a0 p. ru. and arriv e at Walls station at
210 p. m.
•Ci ncinnati Express and PAClfte ESunday ve&
daily. o ~t he:A trams daily excep
Eor further inibrmanon aliquLt ' '
W. H. BEC.&wITII, Agent.
The Pennsylvaniaßallroad Company will not, as
sume any Mak forßageage, except for wearin_g ap..
pare', and limit their responsibility to One Hun
dred Dollars in value. Ali Baggage exceeding
trat amount In value will be at the risk of tha -
owner, unlees taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILL .
null? General Superintendent. Alto n
: . W PEATYLVANIIMIONNE
RA.LROAD.--On and after August 29,1869,0 e
Passenger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
RaL read will arrive at and depart from ' the
Feders I Street Depot, Allegheny City, as follows;
Springdte No16:24)1 m 3fai1.... . ".. .. 690 ant.
Freeport No. 111:2 0 a m Freeport . No. 1 9:20a re
Express 10:40 am Sharpb'g No111:20 am :
Sharplog No.11:30 p m Exhress .9:20 p m
Freeport No. 24 : 05 pm Srpingdte Nol 3:10 pm
Nall .. ". ~ . . 5:50 p m,Freeport N 0.2 5:510 par
Elprinid'e . No 2 6::10 D nifSDringd , e No 26:30 . p m
Above trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves. Allegheny du.netion
even sands:yet 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:60 a. ni. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City at 1:20 p. at. and arrive atAllegheny Jane.
tion at 3:40 p. ta.
COMMUTATIoNTiCge7B—For rale In packages,
of Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut.
street-114745, Bennett, Pine Creek,Etna-and
Sharpsburg and good oon the trais stopping
at Stations /Decided on tic nly
kets. . .
makeais leaving Allegh'eny city at 7:00 a.
in• direct connection at Freepe,rt with Wale
ker's line of Stages for Butler and idannahstovi rt.
Through tickets may be purchased at the Once,
No. ISt. Clair street, near the Suspension Bridge.
Pittsbur, b, and at the Depot, Allegheny.
For further Information apply to
JAMES LEFFERTS, Agent
Federal Street Depr.t.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad 'wi ll not
assume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing
acparel, and limit val u e . ssiit to One
Hundred Dollars In AU baggage ex- .
reeding this amount in value will be at the risk of
the owner, unless taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLLS3I:&
at:2o General Superintendent, Altoona. Pa.
I Pl' 4B11t16".11, FO;;;9111Frjr0
R. W. and CLEVELAND& PITTSBURGH B. R.
FrnmAugust 30th, 1889, trains will leave trona
• and arrive at the Union Depot, north side, Pitts.
burgh city time, as follows.:
Chicago Ex....2:08 a to Chicago Ex...12:/3 ant.
Erie YgnEr.7:lll4a mP. elite Ex... 7:23 aea
& n'g31 , 16:213 a m Witeellng Ex 10:48a in
Chicago Ma11..6:584 m 0. &St. L. Ex 7:08 DM
Fast Line. —..8:48 ain , Chl l goEx&Ml3:2lB i tn .
CI. & Vr - leg Ex I:23pm Cleveland Ex 3:380 SU -
Chicago Er.: 1:38 Dm Erfe & Yl , n Exs:sBpar.
W'e & Erie Ex4:3B pm Cl. & Wh , g Ex6:3Bp M.
Departfrom le pm
Arrive in dlleghery.
Bear Fall's Ac.9:08 a in I Leetsdale Ac..8:53 ant
Leetsdale" 10:03 a m'llea , r Fails " 8:28 ant
11:5m a m INew Castle "10:23 am
Rochester " 2:23 Dm,Enon " 9:13 ain
Enon " .358 pin i Teetsdaie "..12:48p111.
Leetsdale Acc.s:l3 pm; Bea , r Falls ' 2:93 put .
Rea'rFalla " .6:l3pm: Le‘telale " 4:33 pat Leetsdale- " 10:43 pint " 723 pat
Fair Oaks San. ' Fair Oaks Bun. -
day Church. 1:13 p mday uhurch. 9:58 am
40 - ... 1:38 - p. M. Chicago Expresa leaves dilly.
Zip 7:23D. m.' CllicageExpresa arrives daily.
F. R. MYERS, J. N. McCULLOU.
Ben!. Paa. &Ticket Agent. Gent. Mana GH
EITTSBUTIGH allim s -
PAN LOME ROM
CHANGE OF TIME. --On and after SUNDAY,
August 29, 1869, trains will leave and arrive at
the Union Depot, as fellows: • •
Mall 2:08 a. tn. 111:03 p.nt.
.Fast - 8:53 a. m. 7:08p. tn.
Ex-press ..... 1:43 p. m. 7:13 a. in.
Mixed- Aec'n ....... 5:93 a. - m. 6:53 p..,
Menet:mid'. Acc'n, No.l 11:38a. a. 7:38 a. ya.
Steubenville Accammod. 3:53 p. M. 9:48 a.m.
McDonald's Ace'n, N 0.25.53 p. 8:18
Btuidav Church Train.. 19:58 p. nt. 9:58 a. at.
air- 143 P. M. tr4 l ll will /save dein). : •
.19:03 P.M.'• train will arrive da il y.
All other trains will ran dairr.: Sundays exempt.-
The 8:53 a.. in. Train makes cose eo* .
nections at Newark for Zanesville.; ,-,l .
W. W. 04.13 D. General Ticket Alert Coinnat Cl nhh
Henn.. Dennison,.Ottle, „
tn at TSBURGEM
On and after TUESDAY. .3Soyernbez . , 17tiy,
ldel, trains irlD antra= a nd: depart non. the
Depot corner of Grant and Water otreeta,
Mall to and from Union- • DsPr .. • .drffest.- -
town ... . • 7:00A. sto.. 6:00P.1‘,.
kolleeslio.rat;il 1 1:00 . 1.: M. Si:os r. X. ' 1
Ex. to and from Unt'n. 3:00 Pa st. /0:10 A. Sta -
West Newton Acconr'd 4:30 r. N. 8:35 A. Isr.
BraAd otk's Acco Y. , mdt'n. 6:15 P. .• 7 :30 P. Y.
Night Ac. toNCK,s .10:30 P. N. 6:11.5 46 In) .
at* . , • -
and nom Wedt Ifewon lido P. 1 00:011 A.
For tickets apply yip .. . , . .
• B..EVEOUT • - E. M. RAYMOND, Arent
W. . Elupertntendent.. ; •% - . • nall
s - ffiummom m
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAr
TbeIDICEBT AND awn - aszum
BUD ft from ON um Us ;to al potato A,
Neve Mexico, Idaho,
Two TM= Rave State Lbw and LeeTettweetat
dall_y, (thtn_daya ex cape d,loa the arrival of trataa ,:
of Patine naftoad mat dt. 'Louie, and Sam&
bid arid St. Joe Railroad float Qulst7. eQ• ' •
.the at Lawrence. Topeka and Wamego lel
Stakes tor all jpeLtte in Earmas.. At end '
track weal or - Eilaworth 'with the • LYN .$
deE RP_ _ .RESS •Cox pAjg yas D I . -:••
Lutz OP OVPruaILITD SAIL AND
COMM = ?OD • • •
. 10ValiAn MISAMMIJA=Md
. AND , 1
AU Points ilk the Territorial,
An d wit h_SANDIERSON I B TEI-wakirrx rmg
of 00 ACkura for Fort Union, Bents Fort, Pass.
Albuquerque,' Santa Pe, and all Points in
was and New Mexico. • . ' • .
With the men additions of rolling dock
and equipment, and,. the T rans m L i
' with responsible Overland portation Ltuall
from its western terminus, this ,____ . _mad rtoW 0141'
unequalled - I:militias for the branswilgOn
freight to the Zar Wen. ~ ,
..:,11 1 ;
Tickets for rate at all the prinelpal oftleeii In
the united Buttes and Oanadsa . - • . , •.
Be sore and ask oar tickets via TUB SlAllr
W IT ritfornt•PZlONl PACEIP/0 31 AILWAIrg. • - -
',; • • ' AiaNDlinemoli, l -f-: - •
, „.... ._
- , 1 elliersiesiisteli--- '
.2 , • 1 .:1 . ..:::..“,.. w.
Sumas sleight and Metes Aim