The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, October 02, 1869, Image 3
PITTSBURGH MARKETS OFFICE OP Pirrssulunt GAzErrx, FRIDAY, October, 1 1869. There is nothing really new or import ant in commercial circles worthy of ! special notice. Business zenerally, al though by no means brisk, is neverthe ess fairly active, as much so as could be expected under existing circumstances, and the indications for the future are en- Couraging. There is a continued fair local demand for all of the leading com modities with a fair businesi in the ag , gregate, though under the infinencd of a sharp competition, margins are Pretty well reduced; The worst 'feature just now is the financial troubles in, New York, and the stringency in money mat-,_ ters, which renders collections very diffi cult; this, of course, has a tendency to retard businesa and restrict operations. ASHES—Steady but 'unchanged-4® 41/, for Soda, and 9 for Pearls. 1 APPLES—In good supply and un changed; sales at /1,00@2,50, for common to choice. BUTrEß—Prime to choice Roll is in demand with sales at 30©33, while com mon is in good supply and dull; sales of 1,000.1bs latter at 22. CRANBERRIES—SaIes of prime east . ern cultivated at 1511,56@12,60 per bbl. CARBON -OIL—Is in fair demand but prices are lower; we now quote at 27;® 28, for round lots, and 29Q29y, in a jobbing way. CHEESE—SaIes Hamburg at 15; Fac tory at 16; and Goshen at 17®1S. • - EGGS—Fresh packed quoted at 22(4)23. ,FEATHERS—DuII; quoted at 230485 cents to the trade, and the usual advance for small lots in store. FLOUR—There is no improvment to note in the demand and while the market is quiet and dull, prices are unchanged. We continue to quote good to choice winter wheat flours at tkt3,75@7,00 per barrel. _ GRAlN—Wheat is in steady demand at 81,30 for prime red, and 81,35 for prime white. Osis dull with increased arrivals and a supply considerably in excess of present demand; offered freely at:so oil wharf and track; sales in store at 52@53. Rye is quiet and unchanged; sales at 81,10©1,1i, and choice State might bring 81,12. Prime ear corn -is in . steady demand at 81 on wharf and track, `and 81,03@1,05 in store. Barley is nn changed; 81,25Cci11,30 for prime to choice. HAY—Sales at • Allegheny Diamond • market of 73Ioads, at $l5@2L HEMP—Very dull; 8205 per ton. HUSKS—SaIes at 2%@3 eta per pound. LlME—Sales of Cleveland white lime .:nt $1,75 per bbl. LARD OIL—F. Sellers at Co. quote Extra No. 1, at 81,43©1,45, and No. 2, at f1,05@1,08 ONlONS—Scarce and firmer, with sale at $3,50@3,75 per bbl. PROVISIONS—Firmer and higher. Shoulders, 1617; Ribbed Sides, 20; Short Ribbed, 204; Clear do, 21; plain Sugar Cured Hams, 4; Cavassed do, 24. Mess Pork, 5.33@3334. Lard, . 203;, in tirces, 20N in M bbls, and 21 in kegs. Dfied Beef, 22. PEANUTS—None in market. EACHES—May quoted -atsl to .82,5 P 0 per bushel, as to e quality. .t POULTRY—SaIes of chickens at 55 to 65 cents per pair. 1 POTATOES—Jersey sweots selling at , i '.85@5,50 per bbl, the outside figure for prime fresh receipts. SEED—Flaxseed Is in demand, and ilhe mills are paying 52,20@2,25. Small 'sales of timothy Seed at 84,25@4,50. No ;demand for clover seed. SALT—Is firmer, with sales of car load lots at $1,85 per bbl. STRAW—SoId in Allegheny market at 1)12 per ton. PITTSBURGH IRON MARKET OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, FRIDAY, October 1, 1869. The metal market is reported firm with a demand fully up to the supply, :and prices are firm and well sustained. •Nearly all, if not all, of the mills are in fall blast and aka'consequence there is a steady demand for mill irons, and some of the foundries are buying pretty ;freely, though mainly in small lots and :the demand is restricted mostly to be 'best grades. In bar iron and nails, there is also a .very good business, and all of the mills .are reported as being fall of orders. The recent advance, we are told, affords a margin to the manufacturer so that the 'iron trade, upon the whole, is in a better and healthier condition than for some time past. j ANTHRACITE. 100 tons Chickies Close No. 3 Forge . ;40.00 4 mos 10 ' 6 No. 2 Foundry 41.50 4 mos 10 " No. 1 do 42.50 4 mos 10 " No. 1 do 43.004 mos 10 " No. 1 d 0.... 43.50 4 mos ;30 " No. 1 do 44.00 4 mos 50 " No. 4 Gray Forge__ 38.50 4 mos ;300 4, Neutral a Medium Bran& ;38.00 6 mos '2OO " do a • Favorite Brand 39.00 6 mos 200 " Cold Short 40.006 mos 26 4, Foundry 43.50 4 mos 20 " No. 2 Foundry 40.004 mos 60 " Cold Short No. 3 Forge 40.00 - 4 mos 50 " do I do d 0... 40.00 4 mos , BITIIMINODS COAL SMELTED FROM LAKE SUPERIOR' ORE. 100 tons Greyl Forge 07.00 6 mos 100 " Neutral. 36.50 6 mos 100 " Neutral , Favorite and 38.00 6 mos 100 " Neutral Fine L. S. • . &N. Ore 38.00 4 mos 60 " Neutral Fine L. S. . it N. Ore - 37.505 mos 1 60 " Neutral Fine White and Mottled 56.50 6 mos :600 " Medium - Gray Red t Short . 37.00 5 mos 400 " -White and Mottle_d , Red Short 36.00 6 mos 60 " White - and Mottled Red Short. 36.00 6 mos 100 " Clear Mottled Low - Grade. 36.00 6 mos ,420 " Open Grey 37.504 mos '6O " do do.. 37.50 4 mos BLOOMS. - 1 30 " Juniata $95.00 6 mos CLEVELAND, October I.—Flour steady 'rand unchanged. -Wheat very dull; No. red $1,23, No. 2 do. $1,20, closing heavy pweak.. Corn dull held a t rices nominal; No. 1 held at 95c, No. 2 at 93c, but no sales reported. Oats in steady demand; light held at 50c for No. 1 State. Rye dull and heavy at $1 for No. 90@95c for No. 2. Barley dull and 'Morainal, no transactions reported. Pe lt, role= dull and unchanged; refined :held at 280 for prime light straw to white, ';2834@290 for standard white, crude atm And unchanged at $6,50. _il'orzoo, October 1. Flour dull, 'heat: No. 2 lower, No. 2 white Meld *an at 14,30, regular do. at $1,1235 to 1,13, ;amber do. at 51,15, No. 1 red 8t ;1,2034, gio. 2 do. 86;1 4 15%, No. 1 do. at #1,060. Morn dull at 1620. lower, No. 1 at 85c, No. 2at 82c. - Oats. corner broken Na. 1-4 it 48c. N 0.2 at - 44c. Receipts—of 4,800 bbls Sour, 69,000 bush wheat, .1%000 Watt, !corn, 1,830 buah. *sat, 2,500. 'hush. rye. rbilipments-88,600 bush. "ch. , , . MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORE, October I.—Cotton without decided change; sales of 2,000 bales at 27%c for middling upland. Flours re ceipts of 776 bbls; heavy and s®loc low er; sales, 10,600 bbls at $5,70@.6 for super fine State and western, $6@6,60 for extra State, $5,95@6,60 for extra western, $6,60 @6,75 for white wheat extra, $6,10@6,65 for R. IL 0., $6,25@7 for extra St. Louis, s7q9 for good choice do, including 3,700 bbl.s extra State and western for export at $6@6,40. Rye flour steady; sales of 280 bbls at $4,75@6,10. Corn meal in moderate request; 100 bbls Brandy wine at $6,25, and 500 Southern at $6,15. Whisky firmer; 300 bbls western at $1,19 @1,21 free. Wheat opened firm and closed 1c lowerwith more doing at a de cline; receipts 39,422, sales 161 bush at $1,20 for No. 3 spring; $1,35 for No. 2 do; $1,38@1,42 for winter red Illinois; $1,43@1,46 for winter red and am ber western; $1,50 for amber Ten nessee; $1,60 for white State, and $1,70 for choice white Michigan. Rye dull 1,000 bush old western $1,17. Barley quiet. Barley Malt Is more active; sales of 10,000 bush Canada at $1,70. Corn: receipts, 17,040 bush; corn favors buyers; sales of 53,000 bush at 92@99c for un soud new mixed western, $1@1,05 for sound do., $1,04@1,10 for white western. Oats; receipts, 23,374 bush; oats opened a shade firmer, closed heavy and declin ing; sales of 41,000 bush at ,62@65c for southern and western, closing at 62@ 63%c. Rice firm. Coffee quiet and firm. Sugar 4c lower and unsettled; sales 600 hhds at ,12©1234c for Cuba, 12%c for Porto Rico, 173dc for Havana, ou private terms. Molasses steady; sales of 400 hhds Cuba at 5Sc. Hops • dull. Petro. leum flute*. Linseed Oil quiet at 51,02 in casks. Pork firmer; sales of 4,000 bbls at $31,501531,75 for mess, closing at $31,50 cash, $26,25@27 for prime, and $29,25@30,00 for prime mess, stock of old and new, 24,378 bbls: last month, 34,911 bbls; last Tear, 30,052 bids. Beef quiet with sales of 125 bbls at SS,SO @13,50 for new plain mess and $14@17 for new extra mess; stock of old and new, 16,459 packages; last month, 21,190; last year, 16,579. Beef hams more active, with sales of 750 bbls at 18@26c. Cut meats dull, with sales of 125 packages at I 14%@15!:,e for shoulders and 17@19c for 1 hams. Midddles quiet. with sales of 90 boxes ice cured at 17@17,,c. Lard quiet and steady; sales of 330 tierces at 17@13.‘c for steam, and 18%®19 tic for kettle rendered. Butter steady, at 16@ 28c for Ohio. Cheese steady, at 13@164. Wool: the largest auction sale of Mostiza held for many years took place today; about all the Mostiza in the United States i comprised the offerings, which amount ed to 1,300 bales of fine quality, and gen erally offered in small quantities; the attendance was fair and the bidding quite spirited, and the whole catalogue was disposed of at prices decidedly above those anticipated, manufacturers being principal buyers; merino, 23@3214c; few • lambs at 19c,and Bathes' at 14c. FreightS , to Liverpool firmer; shipments of 130,000 bush. wheat at 9d per sail and 10d per steam, and 1,500 bbls. flour at 2s 3d and .2s 4 . ;-yd per sail. Latedt—Flour closed dull and s®loc power. Wheat I@2c lower, with rather more doing for export. Rye dull at $1,15 I @1,17. Oats lower and dull at 62@6334c 1 for western. Corn dull at 90@943c for unsound and $1@1,04 for sound mixed I western. Pork quiet aud heavy: sales 250 bbls mess, seller October, at $31,00. Beef steady and in .fair demand. Cut Meats nominal. Bacon firm with a fair inquiry. Lard dull at 18g13 , „:,! for fair to prime steam. Eggs quiet and without change. CHICAGO, October I.—Eastern Ex-. change 1-10 off buying and par to 1-10 premium selling: Flour dull at $4,50® 6,25 for spring extras. Wheat dull, weak and 13, ®2 1 ,4c lower on No. 1, and 2®2 1 .:c lower on. No. 2; sales No. 1 at $l.ll 1,12;4, and No. 2 at $1,06®1,08, closing dull at 1,06; this afternoon market unset tled at $1.07 seller October, and $1,68; 2 , seller last half for No. 2. Corn dull and 3@3y,,c lower; sales No. 2 at 68®70;ic, re jected 644®69c, and no grade 64c, clos ing at 68c for No. 2; this afternoon mar ket unsettled and active at 68c seller Oc tober for 240. 2.. Oats moderately active and lc lower: sales No. 2 at 4034®41c in store, 3934@40c.'seller, and 41®41;,,1c buyer October, closing at 4034 c in store. Rye easier, with sales No. 1 at 84®85c, No. 2 80®8235c, and rejected 71(a73c. Barley dull; No. 2 in store offered at $1,15, and seller the month at $1,18@1,20. Highwines steady and firm, with sales at $1,09®1,10, closing at $l,lO. Sugar 1334®15c for common to prime Cuba. Mess Pork quiet . at $33, closing at $32,50® 33,00. Dry Salted Shoulders 14%®15c. Lard inactive and r nominal at 18c. Re. ceipts for the past Itwenty-four hours -6,253 bbls • flour, 113,742 bush wheat, 117,840 bush corn, 94,381 bush oats, 12,677 bush rye, 4,710 bush barley, 5,197 hogs. Shipments-6,049 bbla flour, 95,355 bush wheat, 62,379 bush corn, 28,923 bush oats, 4,993 bush rye, 2,751 bush 'barley, 2,565 hogs. Freights dull and unchanged. Sr. Louts ' October I.—Tobacco active and strong but not quotably changed. Cotton nominally lower at 2614 c, Hemp in fair demand; pales dressed at $1,15® 1,50. Flour in good demand for .low grades at steady prices; fall superfine sold at $4,50®5, extra $5,15(4)5,25, double ex tra $5,40®6, treble extra $6®6,50, choice to fancy $6,75®8. Wheat opened firm -but closed weak at I®2o lower; Nebras ka spring 85(4)93c, No. 2 spring 90®92c, No. 2 red fall 41,02@1,05, No. 1 do. sl,oB® 1,16, choice $l,lB@L2O, No. 2 white 11,08 (4)1,10, choice 11,26@1,30. Corn dull, lower and unsettled; mixed in bulk 80@ 82c, white 85c, yellow in sacks 85@900, choice white brought 95@98c. Oats steady, but choice grades are quoted lower; mixed in bulk 41®44Mc, do. in sacks 4734©49;ic, choice white 500. Bar ley unchanged; lowa spring 95c@81,10, Kansas do. 95c, choice Minnesota 11,50, and choice fall $1,87%. Rye steady at 86@90c. Whisky quiet at $1,14. Gro ceries:quiet and unchanged at 233 ©2534e for good fair to choice Coffee, and 13@ 143.0 for Louisiana Sugar. Pork dull at $32@32,50. Bacon firm at 163.fe for shoul ders, 20e for clear rib sides, and 20c for clear sides. Lard quiet and jobbing at 183 c for tierce, and 20c for keg. Re ceipts: 5,400 bbla flour, 30,000 bus wheat, 21,400 bus c0rn,13,200 bus oats, 10,700 bus barley, 2,60 bus rye, 650 hogs. CINCINATTI, Sept. 212--Flour dull; family at 85,75@6. Corn quiet at 95@98. Oats le higher at 53(4)59c. Rye dull at 980. Tobacco in good demand,with sales 139 Ithds at 17.25@22 for lugs to good leaf. Whisky firmer, with sales at 11,14, and at close it was held at 11,15, with sales at this rate. Mess Pork unchanged, with hardly any demand: held at 832 for .extra brands; P 2,25 is asked. Lard very dull; prime chyle offered at 173ge and prime country at 17Ke; a sale was made at the latter rate. Bulk shoulders held firmly et 150 and-sides at 180, but we did not hear of any. sales. Bacon firm but quiet; shoulders at 163@163fc, and clear sides at 200; no clear ribs in market. Butter in good demand at 3041350. Cheese firm at 16Nc. Eggs higher at 20 ®2le. No change in oil. Gold 180, buy ing. Exchange firm at par, selling. Money market unchanged. LoutsviLLl;Oetober I.—Flour firmer; superfine 15@5,2k. Grain unchanged.' Wheat: red $l,lO, white $1,20. Corn,' bulk 95c. Oats , bulk 50 , 3 4 580. RY S 90 % 85e. Groceries firm. Prime New. Or.' PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: SATURDAY; OCTOBER 2, 1889. leans sugar 14c. Prime New• Orleans molasses 75c.. Prime zip coffee 23:5c- Leaf tobacco quiet; sales of 70 hhds at g7,50a113,50. Provisions firm, Ness pork 13.33. Bacon; shoulders 17c, clear rib 20;‘.@2016c, clear sides 20@20N,c. Lard 19©19;ic. Hams, 243.5 c for sugar cured, 25c .'or extra sugar cured. Whis ky $1,18©1,15. MirmAuxEE, October I.—Flour dull and prices are unchanged. Wheat weak Old lower at $1,10;4 for No.-1, $1,0634 for No. 2. Oats dull and lower at 4034 c for, No. 2, Corn drill and nominal. Rye steady at 84c for No. 1. Barley quiet and unchanged. Grain freights steady and unchanged. Receipts were 4,000 bbls flour, 137,000 bush wheat. Shipments were 3,000 bbls flour, 105,000 bush wheat. PHILADELPHIA, October I.—Flour is steady and in demand for home con sumption. Wheat dull; red unchanged; white $1,55®1,62. Rye sold at 11,10 for western. Corn quiet; mixed western $1,05@1,08. Oats lower. Petroleum un settled; refined advanced to 313 c, and crude unchanged. Provisions are firm. Pork $33. Lard unchanged. Whisky firm at $1,18(4;1.20. MEMPHIS, October I.—Cotton weak; middlings 24c; receipts, 981 bales; ex ports, 14 bales; week's receipts, 2.533 bales; exports, 2,045 bales: stock, 1,968 bates. Flour unchanged. Corn sl,lo® 1,15. Oats 600462 c. Hay s2l®2sc. Bran 23@24c. Pork $34,50. Lard 19@21c. Bacon steady; shoulders 17c, sides 21c. BALTIMORE, October I.—Flour very quiet. Wheat heavy, prime to choice red e 1,4051.1,147. Corn unsteady, white yellow:nominally $1,18®1,20. Oats dull, tiOc. Rye $1,10@1,18.-, Mess pork $33. Bacon firm; rib sides ;20,;c, clear rib 21, shoulders 17,c. Lard quiet, 1934 c. Whisky quiet, $1,20. Cnic.koo, October I.—Cattle dull and inactive at $3,130(5.i5,25 for common to good cows and light steers. Hogs firm at $8,50®8,75 for common, $9,2.5@„9,40 for fair to medium, and $9,50®10,10 for good to choice. DETROIT, October I.—Flour: receipts 4,200 bbls; market dull and unchanged. Wheat: receipts 23,000 bush; market 2@ 3c lower; extra white at 1'44; No. 1 do. at $1.26; regular at '41,15; amber at $1,15. ST. Louts, October I.—Cattle in active demand and good supply, with- sales at 2@t3c for inferior to choice; extra mould bring more. Hogs active at 7@lo. IMPORTS BY RAILROAD PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE a CHI °AGO RAILROAD. October L-10 cars metal, Nimick (t. Co; 4 do do, Bryan Caughev; 1 do do, Brown Jt Co: 5 do do, Coleman,. Rahm Li: Co; 1 do do, J Wood a Son; 3 do do, Superior Iron Mills; 1 car barley, H H Forsyth: 1 do do, J M Car son .t Co; 400 sks, 600 bbls flour, owner: 100 bbls do, Watt, Lang Lt Co; 25 bbls highwlnes. Schmidt Lt Friday; 4 pkgs bacon, W H Graff .t Co: 4 do do, 6 tut s butter,H Rea Jr; 100 bbls flour, Shoma ker Langenheim; 25 bxs soap, S Ewart Co, 202 bxs cheese, N S Braden; 15 bales hops, 1 car ice, John White Jr; 28 sks rags, Godfrey .t Clark; 50 bas candles, Carter, McGrew .t Co; 50 bxs grapes, Woodworth Lt Davison; 1 bbl tallow, W Flaccus Lt Son; 3 reels yarn, H Gerwig Lt Co; 55 sks oats, John Hinkle; 5 bbls ap ples, Bruggerman O'Brien; 50 01l bbls, B D Moore; 20 whisky bbls, Jos S Finch Lt. Co; 1 bbl eggs, 1 box butter, H Riddle; 22 sks rags, Christy Lt. Benham; 25 kegs lard, S S Marvin; 6 do do, W H Graff tt Co; 2do do, Little Lt Baird; 100 sks 53 bbls flour, Cuip Lt Shepard. CLSXELAND AND YITTSBURGIT RAIL ROAD October 1.-1 car stone, 1' Wolf; 100 bbis floor, J M Montgomery; 2 cars limestone, Rees, Grad & Dull; 1 do shingles, W W'Rigdon c Co; 1 do scrap iron, Moorhead & Co; .50 bbls sand, Dith. ridge & Son; 1 ear billets, Nizuick & Co; 1 do do, J Moorhead: 71 aks oats, Hitch- cock, McC A: Co; 34 do do, 37 aks rye, 6 do barley, Bricker & Co; 10 bbls lager beer, J Kessler; 5 bbls oil, W 5 do do, E H Myera dr. Co; 10 bales excel, Hamilton, A A & Co: 1 case, 20 tubs to bacco J W Taylor; 2 bra lead, R E Set. lers Co; 28sks oats, McHenry & Hood; 9 hales rags, Godfrey &Clark; 44 bgs oats, W Welsh & Co: 20 bbls knobs, Adams, McKee & Co; 8 bbis tallow, W FIaCCUE Son; 185 sks oats, Scott'a Gisal; 215 do do, 32 sks ear corn, J & W Fairley; 30 skis, 2 bbls salt, Shipton S Wallace; 20 bbls apples, P Duff & Son; 8.5 do do, Volgt, Mahood & Co; 50 do flour, A Sny der; 85 bbls apples, Bruggerman & O'B; 13 do cider, .1.1 Pettit, 21 bbls apples. 4 do eggs, S Devol; 8 do apples, H Riddle; 35 eke oats, Meanor & Harper; 2 kegs, 6 bble eggs, C Hartman; 1 car rye. W G Miller; 200 eke barley, W J Meek. ALLEGHENY STATION, October 1.-1 car shingles, Jas Mcßrier; 1 car lime, J Abdell; 4 do metal, Lewis, Bailey & Dal zell; 1 car lumber, W DlRynn; 2 do coop erage, J M Hemphill; 3 cars metal, Spang, Chalfant 6t Co; 2do do, Lindsay & McCntcheon ; 2 bbls eggs, Morrison & Co; .2 cars flaxseed, MB Suydam; 26 bble flour, Hippley & Heckert; 3 cars metal, Rogers & Burchfield; 100 bbls flour, Voeghtly & Kapp; 1 car barley. Smith & Cu; 8 cars wheat, Kennedy Bro; 1 car cooperage, Ralya & Robertson; 1 car pipe, J M Tate; 5 kga tobacco, R& Tenkinson; 10 bbls flour, M Steel & Son; 40 bble lime, Jos Craig; 3 do eggs, C Hartman; 30 bga oats, R Knox & Son. ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD, Oc tober 1.-38 hides, Al Delange; 1 bbl but ter, Ido eggs, Lde J Blanchard; 1 car grain, Scott & Waal; 50 bbls peaches, D McCurran; 1 car lime, D L Reynolds; 26 eke oats, Adams & Austin; 10 do rye, Crooks; 47 eke wheat, 9 do rye. W Welsh & Co; 13 rolls leather, W Flacons & Son; 4 cars atone, Henderson & Co; 3 cars limestone, Shoenberger it Blair; 1 do metal, Rees, Graff& Dull; 1 do do, John Moorhead; 2do do, McKnight Porter & Co; 1 do grain, W Welsh & Co; 4 do rail road iron, C A Carpenter. PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI AND ST. Louls RAILROAD, October 1.-10 bga rye, 6 bbls apples, Day & Co; 6 bbls peaches, J A Graff; 13 sks wheat Mc- Henry & Hood; 8 pkgs fruit, W H Graff; 1 car wheat, J S Liggett & Co; 1 car staves, M P Adams & Bro; 3 do wheat, R T Kennedy; 2 do. staves,W Hastings; 4 do wheat, W Si Tonas car lumber, J M Seibert; 1 do oats, .1 C Scharp; 1 do oats and corn, Shoemaker & Langen helm, 10 cases wine, W Miller; . 10 pkga tobacco, Johnson & Co; 100 bbls flour, Seghmyer &V; 200 do do, T C Jenkins; HA do do, Montgomery & S. APPLE PABERIL—I have a fuU assortment of Apple Parlug.Coring and Sliclnß M goblins, which I invite all to call , and see them tried. The PARING. CORING AND SLICING MACHINES, takes only three turns a the crank to pare, core, and slice an ordlnall sized apple. It will pare without slicing or coring required.. Dried Apples sell much higher when sliced with this machine than when quartered by the old process. Also, a fall assortment of Lightning & Turn Table Apple Pacers. For sole. wholesale and Retell, by JAMES GOWN N0.186.W0 OD STREET. stile E LINE.-1100 barrels Isaft White Lime; SOO bbli Zane= 0., tin sate 14 J 84112017J1LD. RlViat NEWS The river was about stationary last evening with four feet six inches in channel. Weather contin r ues clear and pleasant. No arrivals aside from riackets. Ca melia from St. Louis, is over due, hav ing been delayed, doubtless, by fog. Private telegrams from Cincinnati, re port that Capt. C. A. Dravo, has pur chased an interest in the St. Charles, and will take command and run her between here and Cincinnati. Price, it is said, at the rate of $ll,OOO for the et,tire boat. Capt. W. S. Evans. of the firm of Evans Dallas & Gilmore, has received from Montana, a pair of mammoth buck horns. They were forwarded by Mr. Coulson, engineer on the. Peninah, and one of them is intended for Dr. Jas. B. Herron, of Allegheny, Mr. Coulson's physician.' The Belle, Capt. H. H. Sholes, is the regular packet for Parkersburg -td-day, leaving promptly at. noon.' The Messenger, Capt. Jesse Dean, is filling up steadily for New Orleans and will be the first boat out. —Cant. C. A. Dravo.was in Cincinnati on Weiicesday. —The St. Charles was l to have been sold at public auction at Cincinnati on Thu rscisy. —Capt. Frank and Dan Marrattacs new hull arrived from ereedoui on Thursday —it measures 120 feet length. —Captain P. Conrad has.bought Capt. Charles M. Baker's interest inthe Cor nelia, for ;.12,000, and now wns the en• tire boat. —The new tow-boat Fred Wilson, made a trial trip on Thnrsday, and everything is said to have worked sati factorily. • —Joseph Walton. the well-known coal man, has purchased [rani J. O'Neil itz Son, the tow-boat Niagara l and twenty two barges, for ~22,000. —The U. S. Inspectors at Memphis, on the *47th. revoked for one year the license of Philip Bart and John Wallace, engineers on the illfated Phantom. • —There are three suagbeats in the Missouri, below Jefferson CytY,, working their way down. They will operate shortly between the mouth of the Mis souri and Cairo. —lt is said that the ftrat boat that towed coal boats to Cincinnati was the Plowman, Capt. T. Chester, iu 183f3. He took two boats measuring eighty feet long and twenty feet wide. —At New Orleans, on the 17th, the U. S. Local Inspectors revolted the lisence of W. J. Kribben and W. H. Wrigley, pilots on the Great Republic and Aueona which collided several weeks ago. —lt was intended to send the J. T. Dravo out for Louisville on the recent rise with a_tow of coal, but it was found impossible to get a crew at anything like reasonable wages. Fireman wanted tBO per,montli, and deck bands, $360. —We understad that the evidence in l it regard to the ex losion of the steamer Cumberland will be laid before the Grand Jury of the United States Court, iu Louisville, - at the next sit:ing. 'We will then probably find out whether or not "anybody was to blame." —The Louisville Courier of Wed nesday, says: The .I%lary Davage and barges, for New Orleans. had all she could carry on the water, and declined receiving any freight here. She left one of her barges here, which will Le towed to Cincinnati by the Leslio Combs. It could have been loaded here, but Capt. Hugh Campbell is not partial to sand 'bars, and was not willing to take the risk of detention. —The Cincinnati Gazette, of Thurs day. says: The Batesville arrived from Pittsburgh yesterday, with 18 tuns of freight for . Cincinnati and 60 tuns for Louisville. She was stuck on Glass House six hours,'and broke her spars in trying to get off. She has no fright on board for any point below Louisville, hut has enough engaged here and at Louisville to till her out for N't , li t he river and will depart today. —Capt. Frank Stein writes from Mem phis under date of Sept. 28 as follows: The steamer Wauanita arrived here last night. Knocked a hole in our aide, about a foot under water, when landing at Cottonwood Point. Made about thirty inches water. The. snag went through between two timbers, breaking In one plank about six inches wide. If our hold had been full it would have been impossible to have saved her. RIVER PACKETS. VICKSBERG. NEW ORLEANS. VOR MEMPMS AND j a gir ia t NEW ORLEANS—Thelteame ESSENGniR Capt. JESSE LEAN, Win leave for the above and intermediateports on MONDAY. Oetober 4.(b. at 4 r. st. GHRIEST & SWANEY, re2B FLACK h COLLINGWOOD. Agents, CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE. FOIL CINCINNATI and LOUISVILLE.—The nue pas seng,r steamer MOLLIE EBERT Capt. G. W: EBEIIT, Ce erm edi Pe ppods will THIS DoArY th . 2a9bh ve n and at 12 SI. For freight or passage apply on board or to seal FLACK & CULLING WOOD, Agents. WHEELING AND CINCINNATI FOR WHEELING, MARIETTA,PILIIKEhSBURIi AND CINCINNATI. Leaves Pittsburgh EVERY SATURDAY- n M. The swift and superb Sidewheel Steamer ST. MARYS, T. C. SWEENEY, Commander. will leave as announced above. For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to FLACK & COLLING WOOD , or COLLINS a BARNES, Agents. N. B.—No Freight, received after 1L A. m. selo T ATEST OIL STRIKE. TICE I LIBERTY ! ECONOMY 1 AND FREE TRADE! ' To secure even handed JUsTICX, just come and see what splendid,bargains are offered in the gor geous stock of Spring and Summer Clothes just prepared and exhibited to the public by S. G. TRAUEBMAN. The fullest LIBERTY to be enjoyed watts the man who enj Clothes neatly dress ln a suit of new Summer which fit him so coMfOrtably as not to abridge the freedom of lie motions. Such clothes are.to be had at S. C. TitatsznataN'S. To practice ECOBOMY, don't spend vast sums ofralney where extortionate people charge fancy prices for unsatisfactory clothing, but come and get the worth of every dollar you spend, at S. 0. TRAIIIIAN't3. FREE. TRADE of the freest sort, practiced every day, and all day, at the Big No. 11 Clothing Hall. There the people bring their cash, and there they get their clothes, Avery man free to buy at all Uwe& Trade tremendous jun I.now at the Blg No. 11 Clothing Hall. LOOK AT THE PRICES. Cocoa nut salts for $7 worth 418. Bulmash sults for *9 worth $2O. Skating park, sults for $l2 worth $25. 500 sully, linen, at 89 50 each worth $5. Black suits for 110 worth *9O. Boys' sults for ea worth $lO. Awl a great many more too numerous to men- Hon. Call early and secure your bargains, as We have but few days to sell. Remember Big No. 11 Sixth street. • S. ei TIILLTERMAN. jyle;7o-5 DELTIIfq. ATEIEB AND GIIAI BELTING Alai, Gam Puking. Hose, Gaskets. ha., al ways on hand And for sale, wholesale or retai l. by J. & H. PHILLIers. - e and 98 81xth Street. JOUZr A IFALIJCI. 11111PTON&WALLACE Whale. Limp %WPM AND ROD 13GS DEAL. No. 0 EILLTII BTEJLET. I'M strata. Dawn COMIaSSION MERCHANTS ES 3 I:ABL SMLy ! MD BY A. T W. N. GORMLY, WHOLESALE. GROCER, No. 271 Liberty Street, IDISTCYLT OPP. EMMY HOTML.) P1TT5331j13.450F1• cis :71.3 W. C. ARMSTRONG, Snecessorto Fetzer Armstrong, PRODUCE COMAUSSION MERCHANT, No. 2.5 MARKET STREET.. mvIS MEANOR b. HARPER. FLOUR, GRAIN AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS; So. 329 Liberty Street, PITT6BURGH, PA. ifirConstzuments solicited. seer P 317.13. EMIL KEIL & RITCHART, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DILILIIMS IN FLOUR, eraiti, SEEDS, MILL PEED, itc., 349 Liberty Pittsburgh, mr24:b:l7 Y. STZSCLY. m. STEELE & SON, Commission Merchants. AND DX.A.LERS FLOUR, GRAIN, pmE.ro, ems. No. 9i OHIO .-3TREEI. near Put Common, ALLEGHENY CITY. PA. BLANCHIRD, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, No. 396 PENN STREET. apla:xelJ TITTLE, BAIRD &s, PATTON, Wholesale Grocers, Comm'Aston Merchants Dealers to Prodneo, Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Fish, Carton and Lard 011, Iron, Nulls, Glass, Cotton Yarns and ail P . .tsburzh Manufactures zeners.llF, 114 and 114 nECOND 3TREET, Inttshury., JOHN 1. 11011 , .±.4.....DW. HOCES.... WM. H. /100.4.2. JOHN I. ROUSE &BROS., Soc.. censors to JOHN I. HOUSE & CO., Whole -33.:a Grocers and Commission Merchants, Cor ,., M Smithr,=l,l and Water Streets. Pittsburzb. PROPOSALS. • ki1..._,.„. ROPOSALS • - :li be received s.• the olllce of the under signed until ti AT URI iAI , October 2d, 9 A. M., tor furnishing 330 of Hold's Improved Indirect Radist rs, and tit inz up the same for warming' ti.e new parts of the A. legheny County Jail. Further luiut illation given a , our office. se:si:pls BARI: c ]POSER. pnoposA LS - FOR Lumber, Bricks, Slate, Glass & Copper. Sealed propovali will he received- at thla Ar senal unt ll 10 A M. on TI.TE.SL'AY, cetobe; 1869. f , ” furnishing: ' • 66,000 feet White Pine FP , oring, best quality, I', by 6 indite by 19, 44, 16 and PS feet long. 101.060 feet White Pine •zti , a:ltine Boards by 6 :none, by 14, 16 and IS f7er lcnu. 0/.000 ft..t White Pine Joists 2 ,, ..b3 5 Inches, and 16 I , et long. 20,000 feet Whlte Plne Joists 2 4 ; ny 4lnches, and 16 tent lung.. AI: lumber to tie of good iturlitr. entirely free from Urge or loose kno t , . san i . shakes. spilts aii'l ro:. and to tie a.. site of _hops at this Ar,enal I..efore tile Liose of navigation In 18t19. Proposals w1:1 be made per thousand feet, boat d ITITIre. and will state whether the lum ber wl l l h ,1-Irs,red on ctrl or wagons. i•EAL El i'lll. l l't.PSA Li! will also ha r.ceirid at II this Ars«. 31 until 10 A. St. on WEDNE:.I) Ali, October ' Onl, 1869, for furnishing tat follow pl lug mate r a!F: Aimut 1,100,000 Bricks for fluor arches. All bricks 1. , e of the be,t quality, sound and well burnt. t , atup.ei will be iurnlshed with the bhii. Propos‘ls will be made Der thousand bricks. delivered at site of shops, at this Arsenal, and selli state , whether 0:I cars or wason,. De (v -ery to commence by Ist of )fay. lis7o. and all to be delivered ti - efore August Ist. 1870. ALSO, for furntabinz and puttitg on In mortar with copper nails, about 600 squares (of 100 square feet) Roos - SLATING. Tne Elate must be of the best quality. Samples of ddlerent sizes and var.eties wig be furnished and separate propossls made for each. Propo-als will be made per square (of 100 square feett) of -.feting exposed when put on the roof. nu extra allowance to be made for edges or Waste in cutting. The United States to furnish no labor and no material, excepting sand and lime for the mortar. Tte roof to be laid so that less than one-third of the length of each slate shall be exposed to the weather. and all laid within sixty days af,er the roof shall have been made teady for slating. ALSO FOR GLASS. 800 lights 27 by 13 ' inches. 1.400 lights "s6 , s, by 1J inches,' 1,000 lights 961 by 13. L.,. inches. 330 lights 2V4 by 13'5 inches. 200 Wen 13'z inches. • The glass to be of best quality of window - glass, double thickness, clear, out of - wind, free from blisters, waves and stains. Samples will be fur nished with the proposals. Separate proposals will be made per 100 lights of each variety. delivered In cars at the site of shops at Rock Island Arsenal, all.to be delivered before May Ist, 1870. ALSO, FCR COPPER GUTTERS AND SPOUT- DX! Abont L 370 lineal feet of Gutters made of beets. 4 feet wide. About 5W lineal feet of Valley Gutters, made f sheets 51 feet 6 inches wide About 920 lineal feet of Ridge Cover made of beets 2 feet w!de. About 760 lineal feet of sluthings for gables . ade of sheets 1 foot 8 inches wide. About 7:15 lineal feet of Down Spouts 4 Inches in diametei . The copper to be of the best quality, No. 18 (or 2x5 lbs. per square foot) and to be made up and placed in position in the manner to be pre• scribed •by the Commanding Officer of Rock la laud Arsenal. The work to commence within 10 days af'er notification that the roof is made ready. Proposals will be made per Lineal foot of eaclivariety. The United States to furnish no labor or material. Persons desirous to make proposals for these rus'erilis can see ell the iirstwoags and obtain all necessary information by applying at tills Arse nal. The United States reserves the right to reject an or all bids, or parts of bids. not seemed sat isfay, ctory, and to duplicate within one year any cot tract that may be made In conformity with this advertisement. Al proposals will be made In duplicate'ind in dgtall, addressed to the Commanding Officer, heck lalsud Arsenal, and endorsed "Proposals for furnishing mated:lE.)" T. J. RODMAN", Lt. Colonel Ordnance, Bit. Brig. lien. U. S. A., Commending. Bock island Arsenal, September 22, 1860. se.t8:001) hap a 8 EA , 711: , : -t* iji, ~. s i- , ' . . t .;,' ' .' IM t '., . I , - ...;:. . y i (ii if ii i L 4 'FORIHE` kil . A, ~, _ . __ .....d i , Restores gray and: faded Hair to its ORIGINAL COLOR, removes Dandruff, CORES ALL DISEASES OF THE SCALP, Prevents BALDNESS, and makes the halt grow Soft, Glossy and Luxuriant. BLOC) and $1.50 per &Ule. Each &ftle is a lied Piper Bet. • 4 Prepared by SEWARD, BENTLEY . 2b CHENEY, Druggii.ta, Buffalo. N.T. by all- Druggists. Wbolesale.agenta—SCHWAlLTZ & HAZLETT IRWIN AVENUE PROPERTY FOR BALE.—A new two story brlrk house of four rooms and cellar. Lot sloxloo 'feet. $3,000; one-half cash, balance In one and two Tears. 140 Locust street—a 'new. Iwo-story Frame House of four rooms and celLs__,_r• alley at side and rear. Lot 5115 feet front b 1 FWO deep. lllpeke $3,800. Terms—one.hall cash. remalnder 0118 1111 d two years. f 15. CIITELBERT 4 SONS, se2S 39 tilzta avenue. C _ HANGE OF TIME. ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILEIGILDt THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE OIT.. REGIONS WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. On and after MONDAY, Sept. 90, 1869. TWO THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday) will learn Pittsburgt Depot, corner Of Elev enth and Pike streets, for Franklin, Oil City. But• fait). and all points it tie Oil Regions. LEAVE PITTF23PROH. 'AEEIV IN PITTSBURGH Day ,Ex . :00 a MDay Ex 5:15 pm Night Ex.... 7:35 pmNightEx 6:55 am Ist Hulton... 6:40 a na - lst Milton.. 6:95 p 2d Hn1t0n...11:50 ain 9,1 Hutton— 6:50a m 3d Halton.. . 5:00 pm ; 3d Halton... 1:10 4th Hulton..11:00 p tr..lth Hutton. 7:30 p m Freeport Ac. 8:15 ato :SodaWorks.. 7:30 a m Soda Works. B:3tip m 'Freeport Ac 6:15 p Brady's B Ad 3:05 p xn.Bradys B Ac 10:05 a Church 1:00 P mChvrth 10:10 am Express trains stop only at prlnc,pal points, Accommodation rains stop at all statims. J. J. LAWRENCk,, Gen'i 'Sup't. THOMAS M. SING, Asst. Sup% rENNSTLTA-MIEMB NIA CENTRAL RAIL AD. On land after /1 P,m., dunday AUOI7ST 29th, 1869, Tral: e will arrive at and depart from the Union Depot, corner of Washington and Liberty streets, as follows: Arrive. ; • Depart. Mail Train.... 1:20 am "Day Expreasl2 :30 ant. Fast Line 1.48 am "Pacific - Ex... 7:45 am Wall's No. 1.. 8 20 am Wall's No. 1.. 8:30 sat BrintonAccin. 7:50 am Mail Train 5:10 am Wall's No. 2.. 9:05 am Brag:sM No 1.5.10 pm Cincinnati Ex.S:25 am Cincin'tl Ex. 12:30 pm Johnstown Ac 1020 am Wall's No. 2.. 11:35 am Bra' ks Ac Nol 7:00 pm .Johnstown Ac.4.o6 pm Pittsbth •Ex.12:40 pm' Braiks Ac No21:20 pm Phila. Expressl:oo pm Phila. Express 3:sopm Wall's N 0.3. .I:sopm Wallis No. 3.. 3:ospm Braiks AcNo t 9:55 pm; Wallis No: 4.. 6:05 pm.. Wall's No. 4. 5:50 pm 'Fast Line 7:30 pm Way Passn'r 10:20 pie. Wall'sl.. 0.5.. 11:00 DUI These trains make close connection at Harris burg for Baltimore. The Church Train lesyes Walls Station every Sunday at 9:05 a. m., reaching Pittsburgh at 10:05 a. m. Re turning. leaves Pittsburgh at 12:50 p. m. and arrives at Walls Station at 2:10 p. m. 'Cincinnati Express and Pacific Express leaves daily. An other trains daily except Sunday. For further information ap,ly to W. H. BECKWITH, Agent. The Pennsylvanialtailroad Company will not as sume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap parel, and limit their responsibility to One Hun dred Dollars in raise. Al: Baggage exceeding tiat amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, unless taken by special contract. EDWARD H. WILLIAMS, an 33 eneral Superintendent, Altoona, Pa. iSTERN PENNSYLVANIA-1 JAS. r. PICEA/4T. J. ♦. 13723/..1. RA...LROAD.—I..hn and after August 29,1869,tke Passenger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania RM. road will arrive at and depart from the Federal Street Depot, Allegheny Clines follows: Arrive. Depart. Springd'e No16:40 a m • Na 11.... 0:20 a in Freeport No. 18:20 a m ; Freeport :No. 19:5110a Express 10:40 a ta'Sharpirg No111:20 a m Sharpb*g _No. 11:20 On: Express 2:90 p m Freeport No. 24:05 p in • Springd'e No13:10 pm Ma 11... .. ~. .. 5:50 p m Freeport Isro.P. 5:20 put Springtre No 28:20 D SDringd'eNoSB:3opm. Above trains run daily except Sunday. The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junction every Sunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny City at 9:50 a. m. Returning, leaves Allegheny City at 1:90 p. in. and arrive It Allegheny Junc tion at 3:40 p. m. CO2iMITTATION TICEITS—Tor sale In packages at Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut street, Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek,Etna and Sharpshurg and good only on the trais stopping at Stations specified on tickets. The trains leaving Allegheny City at 7:00 a. m. make direct connection at Freeport withWal. leer's line of Stages for Butler and Hannahs tow n, Through tickets may be purchased at the 03Ice. ?Co. ISt. Clair street, near the Suspension Bridge, Pittsbur,h, and at the Depot, Allegheny. For further information apply to J Ntr , LEFPEETe, Agent Federal Street Depot. The Western Pennsylvania Railroad whl rot as some any risk for Bagrage, except for wearing arparel, and limit their responsibility to Cale Hundred Dollars in value. All baggage -ex ceeding toss amount in value willbe at the risk of the owner, unless taken by special contract. EDWARD H. WILLIAMS, iu:3o General Superintendent, Altoona. Ps, • )11939RGH. FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO B. W. and CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R. R. - - - - - - From August 30th, 1869, trains will leave from and arrive at the tinion Depot, north lde, Plata. burgh el time, as follows: 'Arrive. Chicago Ex....2:08 arc Chicago Ex..12:13 a at Erie SS Ygn Ext7:2B a m Paclde Ex... 7:23 a m Cl. .t WIC ¢3V15:28 a m Wheeling Ex 10:48a m Chicago 3fa11..6:58 a al C. & St. L. Ex 7:08 pm Fast Line. a mChrgoEx&lll3:2B 1 m Cl..t Wh`g Ex 1:23 p m Cleveland Ex 3:38n m Chicago Ex.. 1:38 p m Erie & Tg'n Exs:sBp m W'e & Erie Ex4:3B pm Cl. S: Wh` Ex6:3Bp m Depart from 4 I leg/semi . • Arrtre A LlegOer, y. Bea'r Falls Ae.9:08 a m Leetsdale c..6:53 am Leetsdale " 10:03 a m Bea'r Fall " 8:28 am 6 6 6 11:5 8 a m New Castl "10:23 am Rochester" 2:23 p m Enon " 9:13 am Enon " .3:58 pro. Leetsdale "12:48pm Leetsdale Acc.s:l3 pm Bea'r Falls " 2:43 pm Bey rFalls .5:13 pm Leetpale " 4:33 pm Leetsdale " 10:43PM " 7:23 pm Fair Oaks Bun- ' Fair Oats Sun. - - - - dayCMirell: 1:13 pm' day church. 9:58 am Ad" 1:38 p. m. Chicago Express leaves daily. .!i• 7:23D. m. Chicago Express arrives daily. F. R. MYERS, J. N. McCULLOUJH, Genl. Pas. Ticket Agent. Gent. Manager. au3o rITTSBURGH,_ CINCINNATI AND LOUL3 RAILWAY. CHANGE OF TIME.—On and after SUNDAY. Al:Mita 119, 1859, trains will leave and arrive at the Union DANL, as follows: Dert. Arrive. Mall . --- 9:oB pa a. m.,19:03 p m. Fast Line 8:53 a. m. 7:08 p. m. Express .... 1:43 p. m. 7:13 a. m. Mixed Acc'n 5:93 a. m. 6:53 p.m. McDonald's Acc'n.No.l 11:38 a. m. 7:38 a. m. Eitenbenvllie Accommod. 3:53 p.m. 9:48 a.m. McDonald's Acc'n. N0.25:53 p. m. 2:111p. m. Sunday Church Train.. 19:58 p. m. 9:58 a. m. W 1:43 P. id. train wilt leave daily. 12:03 P. M. traia will arrive daily. All other trains will run dally,-Sunasys except'. ed. The 8:53 a. m. Train makes close con nections at Newark fcr Zanesville. B. F. SCULL, - General Ticket Agert, Columbus, O. W. W. CARD, Sup't., Dennison, Ohio. Ma ELITTSBURGH& CONNELLS VILLE ROAD. On and after TUESDAY, Noyembei, 11th. ism, trains will arrive at and depart from UM Depot corner of Grant and Water streets, as followsl Mail to and from Union -7:oown A. 0. 6:00 P. E. McKeesport Accomdt'n 11:00 A. as. 2:03 P. Ma EX. to and from trnt"n• 3:00 P. K. 10:10 A. Y. West Newton Accom'd 4:30 p. K. 6:35 A. Y. Braddock's Aecomdt'n. 6:15 P. sr. 7:50 7. M Night Ac. toEcK'sport.lo:3o P. 6:41 A. Sunda y Church Traln to • and from West Newton 1:00 7. Y. 10:00 A. For tickets apply to E. M. RAYMOND Agent W. B. STOUT, Superintendent. nCli S 7„ft,11,1: HILLZ WIEW UNION PAGMC RAILWAr The SHORTEST AND MUST RZLIAIa HOU TEtrom the Hutto al polite 2, Colorado Nevada, California 'Utah, Arizona Two Trains leave State Line and LeaVenWolSl daily. (Sundays excepted, ion the arrival or train of Pacific Railroad from St. Louls and liannip Dal and St. Joe Railroad from Quincy, commd in. at Lawrende. Topeka and Wamego with ataaes for allpoints In KIIIIILII. At -end al track west of Ellsworth with the UNITES} STATES EXPRESS COMPANY'S D.alL_T. LINE OF OVERLAND MAIL AND W COACHES FOR DEN VEII4 SAI•T I•dEEI AND All Points in the Tetritoriees• And with SAN DERSON'S TRI.W3IMICIT mom of COACHES for Fort Union, Bent ' s Fort, Pass, Albuquerque, Santa Ye, and . all points to roan and New Mexido. With -the room additions of rolling a and equipment, and the arrangements • with reeKnsWe Overland Transportation from its muff= temmetot, this road now afters unequalled fadlities for the OE freight to the Ear West. Tickets for safe at all the prineipat Sees tg the United States and Cambia Be 'rare and ask tor MAMA via THS SWUM D SSON. PAOrrIO WA M U A. altnasko Eleseril Supe alai ; a. Rs sad TV ASI A._ RAILROADS. .MEWifIIME- ..._....... l OPNI PAS HANDLE ROUTE. Depart. Eastern Division. Washingto New Mexico, Idaho,. Oregon. Eli Arrives.