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ial Itattera in New York.
Ad Closed at 138g®138%.
-aph to tile Pittsburgh Gozettc.l
NEW Yons, April 7, 1808
is increasing in ease. The tide of
setting in here from the interior,
upply of loanable funds, is grow-
The demand from stock brokers
at 7per cent. on currency until to
e close there were liberal :offers
.cent. The most current rate is,
still 7 per cent. In discounts
more doing, at 7®9 per cent..
luiet, at 934 ®9% .for prime bills.
ter, opening at 127% and closing at
3%. Loans made at from 7 per
per cent. for carrying, a quite fre
•flat. The steamer Cimbria took
ments wore active and buoyant all
dvanced %®1 per cent., and the
Was heavy from investors and par
were compelled to sell out during
1 stringency in money. The As
treasurer has stopped purchasing
tenry Clews ik Co. report the mar
ong and-very active at the close, at
wing rates, at 4:30 p. m.: Coupons
@1123~66; do. '62, 111(4)111)4Vdo. '64,
9%; do. '65, 109%®109g; new, 108
10. '67, 10834®108 34 ; 10-03,102 1 40
y market firm for Western roads,
roads i of which are considerably high
'' York dull, but stead;. •
irty priOes: Canton, 473 @4B;
and ; 32% ®32%; Wells Express,
American. 68%@69; Adams, 76©
ted States, 70©76%; Merchants
6@7; Pacific Mail, %W A RN;
87@8734; Western Union Tele-
Vo New York Central 123@123 1 8 ;
1 73,4; preferred 74; Hudson 140X@
Ldink.91,0,92; Ohici and Mississippi
Wa 49%4050; St. Paul 59%
'?referred 73%@74; Michigan Cen.
115; - Michigan Southern 91(4)91;
143%@144; Pittsburgh 91%
oledo 1043415105; Rook Island 96y
orth Western 64@65; do preferred
5; Fort Wayne 1013.1©102; Hart
!Eriei •15®1534; St. Joseph 77; Chi-
Alton 120; Columbus 106; New
es 68%; Alissouris tog.
Gregory, 325; Smith & Parmlee,
don, 31; liontana,(l9; Quartz Hill,
ipts at the Sub-Treasury, to-day
20,282. Payments, f 3,884,347. 1ta1),082,929.,
),082,929., . •
aph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
7 a rJ, .441 7.—Flour dull; fam
-5a10,50. Wheat dull and prices
1 winter $2,35a2,36; No 2 $2,30.
ier drill at 87a88c. Oats firm at
a small demand. Rye in fair de
sl,Bs. Barley dull and prices
Cotton unsettled. There is no
••;.and no quotations can be given.
; could have been bought at 26c.
I n demand, and the market steady
;0 hhds lugs at $4,50a9,75, and leaf
‘, , The Provision market opened
'lid, but under the Liverpool and
• :k news,, became again buoyant,
advanced; large sales mess pork at
• at the close holders asked $26,75
,'OOO lbs. bulk meats sold at 111 a
i• -boulders and 1134 for sides and 15
:rib stdes and 16 for clear. 1600 tea
at 1634, including all to be had at
and atthe close it could have been
• • '.631, but holders asked 17. Bacon
- tree there was not - much done!,
••• •re buyers at 16a17 for clear rib and
. ?s and' 123, for shoulders, but none
a the spot, nor were any willing to
for future delivery.. Sugar Cured
vaned to 18Ma19 and plain to 17a
.urvassed and packed. Butter and
•": r ady. Cloverseed dull at sloalo%.
•;dull at $2,20a2,23. Gold 138, buying.
I St, - Louis Market:
.ph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
.' INS, ' April • 7.—Tobacco,, buyers
: ;off; lug quiet at f4aB; common tii
': leaf, Ran; shipping, $11a14; bright,
,•Cotton nominal at27a27%c. Flour
' I scarcely anything - doing; miner
...o at $7,248,25, extra .8,50a9; double
, t soall. Wheat, gnlet , and steady;
-- Jiotes it $2,5042,75; , spring, 2,05 a
: , .#3l firm and higher at 87a9W. Oats
/better at 5734013 c. Provisions ake
, but ^ less, excited than fora few
. .. - pork sold at $26,75a27,00. Bulk
4 ai, at St. Joseph, . 11c4 dry barna
toxin; shoulders, 13c; clear rib,
: r sides, 17 1 / 4 8.173a17gc, the latter
, • t part of June. Lard firmer, at .
. r choice tierce and 17c for keg.
changed, at s4aB for common to
id $8,50 for - extra: Sheep s3a7 per
' !leceipts-2,000 bbls flour; 11,800
at; 27,000 bush corn; 21,000 bush
• i bush barley; 600 bush rye.
aph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
LO, April7.—Flour steady, western
1,00a11,25. Wheat quiet; sales of
o. 2 spring at $2,15. Corn dull, 1
;o sold on the track at 753 c. Mess
at 260 for heavy and 25c for light.
r articles' unchanged. Grain in
heat 97,000 bushels; Corn, 21,000
Oats, 17,000 bushels: Barley, 5,000
Toledo • Market.
• • ph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
~ April.7.—Flour, receipts 1,990
I: market quiet. Wheat, receipts
• shels, sales Amber Michigan at
il •m, receipts 16,140 bushels; market
: but recovered; sales at 90a91, clos
• % for No. 1 for seller,,all Auto 90.
.1. bushels and steady at 68 for No.
-cares at $1,02 for No. 1. Seeds dull
..-, ining.: •
, .__.:... ..........------
• Philadelphia Market.
: raph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
DELPMA, : April 7.—Petrolenm
' es 2000 bbls crude at 16a16%c, and
t 25a2.53‘. Flour steady. Wheat
• ds full prices; good red : $ 285, and
,15a3,25. Corn In good demand;
• bush mixed western at $l,lB.
: tair demand it 90c.• Provisiontiad
• ti mess p0rk1526,50a27,091 Lard 17y0
mph to tl u Gazette)
_MORE, April 7.—Flour is firm and
iled. Wheat is very Arm and un
. Corn firm at sl,loa 1,11 for white,
8 for Tellow. Oats dull - at 88a93e.
W,Bo.Pork:ls firm' af:s26•Wat.for
ilAra ilulettit 170.17 1 4 e. ' Beo3oll flA
excited at Ifie for rib : sides; , 17c for
f . es; 14e" for , shouplers, - and .18a200
mob to th e Ptttaburgli Gazette.]
AVKEE, April. 7:—Flour - firm ar.
r sprint" extras. :Wheat lc lower,
sed 51,07 - for No. 1.: Oita firmer .at
esh receipts. Corn firmer at 81c.
us firmer. 'Mess Pork 525,00 for
, 4100 barrels of flour;
shels wheat. "Shipments 2,000 bar
our; 3,000 bushels of wheat.
M ekOhl Mark o 4
graph to the rittsbargk Guette.) , •
• ' ' • April . . 7.--Cotton,... oorninaL
W , lft;- export/4,478: bale&
till; superfine is held at *so. T Pork
at fra Eiamits firmaTAk9Aderal
lear liddetioilk. , tlialk !--ders arr
ear aides 1k.,, LariLiaohaldiatllic
-rn, 95 ,1 410:10.tnata,-80e.clfahile34;!
.. per Mb; ;. , ? -, .1,15 , 1,. -,, -,, nr-454
The river was about at a stand last even
ing with five feet in the channel by the
Monongahela marks; we should not be stir
prised to find that it had swollen a few
inches last night, under the influence of re
cent rains. The weather yesterday was
raw and unsettled, with both snow and
rain falling at intervals, and sometimes to
The Julia No. 2 is the only arrival we
have to report. The Kenton may have got
out last night; she was overloaded, it ap
pears, and was laying by waiting for more
water—full of passengers.
The Echo arrived from Oil City, and the
Ida Rees cleared for that point list tvening
.with a'very fair trip. '
Oil City telegrams report thirty inches,
stationary and raining. We should not be
surprised to see a rise in the Allegheny
river to-day or to-morrow.
The Armadillo, Capt. Hendrickson, for
St. Louis and the lkiissourf river, and the
Glasgow,.Capt. G. W. Johnston, for the
Upper Mississippi, are announced to leave
to-day. These are both good boats, and as
such we commend them to both passen
gers and shippers.
The Kate Robinson; . Capt. Robt. Robin
son will be the first boat out for Cincin
nati and Louisville,
and the: Emma No. 3,
Capt. J. H. Marratta, is announced for St.
Louis and the Upper Mississippi.
It seems we were in error in stating that
Wm. Wherry had 'been promoted to the'
first clerkship of the Kate Robinson, and
correct in , announcing the resignation of
Capt. A. J. Bears. “Staff ' Palmer is the
-first clerk of the Kate, and Mr. Wherry is
second clerk, - which position he has hold
for some time. •
The Importer, Capt. Williams; Ida Rees,
Capt. Albert, and Silver Lake, Capt. Todd,
all of the “Bees Line," are announced for
The Grey Eagle, Capt. Brennan, is the
regular packet for,Parkersburg to-day,
leaving promptly at noon. ` . The Eagle
and'her officers are too well known in the
trade to need any “puißlng."
The Echo is the regular Thursday packet
for Oil City, leaving as advertised at 4
The Columbia left St. Louis on Saturday
for Fort Benton with two hundred tons,
drawing two feet water. Also, the. Pen
inah; of the Kountz Line, with a full corn-
Taement of government freight.
The St. Louis was at St. Louis on Mon
day, and it was thought she would go on
up to Omaha, unless she could make a fa
vorable arrangement to reship. ,
The Wild thick was to have left. St
Louis for Pittsburgh on Monday.
The Messenger, from Pittsburgh to St.
Louis, and the Lawrence, from St. Louis
to Pittsburgh, passed -Evansville on Sun
day. The Andrew Ackley was at Cairo the
same day. ,
The Great Republic left Memphis for
New Orleans on Sunday, after taking _2OOO
bales of kotton.
The Argosy and St. Charles were adver
tised to leave Cincinnati for Pittsburgh on
The J. D. Perry, which is now high and
dry twelve miles above Batesville, had a
pleasure party on board when she struck.
The water fell four feet iitc one night, and
the passangers had to be taken to Bates
ville by the W. H. Brooks, which charged
them $5 for their services. After landing
the pleasure party, she returned to the
Perry for cotton, but got aground, and will
not get off before the June rise comes
along. The Perry had a 1,10,000 trip in
sight when she got aground._
A Louisville telegram under date of
Sunday, says: The Glendale, Silver Moon,
Alice Dean and Anna passed down. The
Darling and Emma Floyd passed up. The
towboat Kate Watson arrived from Pome
roy with coal and departed for Cincinnati.
The A. J. Baker arrived from Pittsburgh.
with coal. - The. low pressure Richmond
arrived from Pittsburgh about noon, full of
pp-ssengers and freight, being five days and
eighteen hours out. She lost four hours in
a storm at Owensboro and made seventy
way landings. She had a large drove •of
Texas cattle. The Silver Moon and Alice
Dean descended the falls, made a very
tight fit, but being in charge of Capt. Pink
Varble, they went, through. safe. •
The Wauanita arrived .at St. Lonis on
Sunday from Pittsburgh, and the 3ifonn
taineer and Miner left there the same day
for For!. Benton: -
Captain Tom Berry, of the Ozark; has
gamed the name of slipping cuptaind. He
bas slipped again, and .broke his collar
'Me Frank Pargand is again abont to
enter the Memphis and' New Orleans
trade with the intention of making weekly
It is said that Captain Cannon will soon
start the R. E. Lee and Magenta in the St.
Louis and Nevi Orleans trade, each making
It id3not believed by the officers of the
Mollie (Able that the Dexter made the
quick run -reported. They say she left
New Orleans at least two hours ahead of
the time stated in her memoranda.
Steamboatrnen in every direction are
complaining of the low and short draw
bridge being built across every navigal2le
stream in the West. The Ohio Legislanite
passed a bill authorizing the bulidin,g of a
bridge ,across the Ohio River to Connect
Cincinnati with Newport, Kentucky . ; 'The
span over the main channel is to be three
hundred feet in length, and the adjoining
spans two hundred and twenty feet each,
with a bight and center of one hundred
feet in the clear above low water. A com
pany has been incorporated to build the
bridge. Sterunboatinen believe it will be
an intolerable nuisance to navigation.
Of the one at Quinct, which is regarded
by boatmen as one of the worst to be found
anywhere,. the Herald of that city contains
Boatmen are beginning to look upon the
bridge with a good deal of, suspicion, and
dread corning through it, on dark nights.
As the Hawkeye State prised through on
Tuesday night, one, of her barges got into
the mulling, and several sacks of grain were
knocked overboard; otherwise little or no
We clip the following items from the
Cincinnati Enquirer of bidnday: Captain
Sweeny writes from St. Louis that unless
the St. ;Marys is sold there, she will return
hero and run in connection with the Saint
Charles as a weekly Pittsburgh **packet.
The iktinneola reshipped 318 bales of cotton
on the R. C. Gray for Pittsburgh. The . A
rgosy, from Pittsburgh, reshipped abont'
Party tons miscellaneous freight 'on ' the
Groesbeclefor New Ofltans.
Rivera and Weather.
CBy Telegraph to the Pittabargb Gizette. j _
• LoursviLtz, April 7.4 River falling very
slowly, with seven feet nine inches in the
canal; sold and windy. •
IMPORTS. BY RAILROAD.
ALLEORENY VALLEY AA11.4142A1N - April:
7 7 -2080 bias oil, Lockhart, ft
Frew . C0;.2
cars pjg.fron, H Woodsides; 12 do railroad
iron, Pittsburgh,: Columbus & Cincinnati
a R;1 do pig iron, J Moorhead; 1 do
Taylor-.tJohnston Co; 1 do steno ; Forrest;
;ter .4tMcUrraw; 1 do do, Harrison & Bro; 18 .
bbls Poiatoosi 20 halos hay, C Lee;' 1 barrel ,
eggs, 1 -bx butter, L J Blenchard;.B calves,
10 sheap,..7 Hoffman; a bzw mu). EM !ray
-2 bait: mdse:lticEirdy
for ; 1 bbl+4BB B s . . HlKlrkPatrick-- lot ale,l
bbls,.Z . .Wamnwriff -44
8 14,1 8 wag o n Rea; 5 bits Sutter ; 5 do:
"bga rap, 2- I=7l:miter, 2 dd
1 , 411;,1 el; undffnis aka
bl;ilseoB,Hahnit Ham er A skit ,
;potatege,, ,LmileiAbblis eggsi 1 linbutter,-
CA. Copgand i _•. aks f433oW3dcV,,:t*, c o; ,
if ;.!;: )1,1,1
S PX r innn Kfgr Fit Witivie'4l,..nicindicio
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: . WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8, 1868.
ick &Co; 13 do do, J Wood, Ekna d: Co; sdo
do, J Moorhead; 6 do do, "Union Iron Mills;
Bdo do, Jones & Laughlins; 10 do do,
Bryan & Canghey; 3do do, Rees, Graff &
Dull; 2 do do, Moorhead & go; 4do do,
Coleman, Rahm & Co; 239 bxs glass, Ihm
sen & Son; 3 cars iron ore, Shoenberger &
Blair; 4i sks rags, Godfrey de Clark; 78 bdls
broom hdls, E B Mathews; 30 bbls flour, 65
sksrye, 24 do cornmeal, 34 do millfeed, 11
Riddle; 10 bbls flour, L J Blanchard; 3
plk :et . eggs, W. 7 Steel; 100 bbls flour, Dan
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD,
April 7.-9 cars ore, McKnight, Porter &
Co; 3 do do, Brown & Co; 2do do, Park,
Bro & Co; 25 sks glue scrape, A Hooveler
&Co; lot furniture, Myers, Hopper & Co; 1
do currants, John Roney; 1600 it lumber, J
McMaster; 3 cars lumber. J & M Seibert &
Co; 1 hhd bacon, Carter,. McGrew & Co;
1 car stone, John L L Knox; 1 bbl lard, W
B Hays & 0o; .50 bbls lard, Win Mc-
Catcheon; 1 box leather, Lawrence & Crist;.
10 jugs molasses; Voigt & Co; 25 bbls po
tatoes, Fetzer & Armstrong.
ALLEGHENY STATION, April 7.-1 car.
metal, Nimick & Co; 24 bags millfeed.
Stewart dr. Langenheim; 1 bbl eggs, Mercer
Robinson; 3 doz brooms, Chas - Yeagle; 10
do do, Hahn & Hadley; 817 bags barley, J
Rhodes & CO; 14 alas rye, 2 do cloverseed,
25 bags oats, Rose & Ewing; 1 bl3l eggs, R
& A Carson; 5 bags feed, 4 bbls , flour, J
Ketchen; 1 car shorts, J B McKee; 5 bbls
eggs, 1 kg 'era, John Herbert; 800 bushels
T C Steel; 24 kgs lard, Reed & Bro; 54
green hides, A & J Groetzinger. •
Pki - rsnuRGH COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD, April 7.-17 pkgs hardware,
Lindsay, Sterrett & Co; 7do do, .J Wood
well dr. Co; 10 bales tow, Diluter, Close &
Co; 3do do, G Freeban; 17 eks potatoes,•C
H Love; 20 bxs candles, W M Gormley &
Co; 110 hides, A Holstein; 2 tcs sausage, 2
po hams, Jas Lippincott; 5 bx candles, A
Danner; 10 do do, Rinehart & Stevens.
PITTSBURGH . AND. CONNELLSVILLE
RAILROAD. April 6.-50 bales oakum, 101 .
coils rope, Fulton, 130110 - um & Co; 100 bdls
paper, J S Dilworth & Co; 169 bills sheet
iron W F Armstrong; 60 bbls cement, C B
LeeCh; 1 car tan bark, J C Lappe.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD,
April 6,-10 bbls cabbage, Graff dr, Reiter; 2
bxs cigars Jas Bannon; 1 bx eg.gs,-B. Robin
son & Co; 20 sks cloverseed, Voight, Ma
hood dt Co; Ibx cigars . , W Parks; Ido do,
C C Baer. .
FOR FORT BENTON siggSa
GOLD • MINES.
REES FAST LINE.
The Splendict Light Draught Steamerst
SILVER - L.:OC.E . 'roux TODD, Master
The 'IDA. REES will commence receiving on
TUESDAY, and the IMPORTER will positively
leave on SATURDAY, April 4th, at 4r. at., and
will take freight Tor all points on the Missouri river.
For fraight or passage apply on board, or to
FLACK & COLLINGWOOD,
Marietta and Parkersburg Line:
Leave Company's Whariboat, foot of Wood street,
DAILY, at 12 AL • •
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS,
J. N. MeCULLOBOH GEO. D. MOORE, Master.
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, ',-
BAYARD A. S; SHEPHERD, Master.
WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.
GREY EAGLE C L. BR.ENNAN, Master
Freight will be received at all hours by
ap6 • - JAMES COLLINS, Agent.
VFOR. I WHEELING A , VAlEarildliZt
PARKERSBURG, POMEROY, GALLIPOLIS,
BIG SANDY, IRONTON, PORTSMOUTH, MAYS
VILLE AND CLNCINNATL—The elegant side
wheel passenger steamer ST. "CHARLES, C. A.
DIIAVO Commander' A. ItoroNsox, Jr., Clerk,
LEAVES EVERY FRIDAY, at 15/1-x.,
Connecting at Cincinnati with Packets and Rail
roads to Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, New Or
leans and St. Louis. Also. to tho Upper - Mississippi.
and Missouri rivers: •
Freight or passengers recatpted througb either hi'
rail or ricer. , • .
Especial attention given to Orders and Way
CHAS. BARNES, 4:k
mILT3 JAS.COLLLNS, 4 ge n es.
A LL.EGIIENY - RIVER
PACKET LINE leaves every
• TUESDAY, THURSDAY /kliD SATURDAY,
At 3 o'clock r. m., from the foot of Irwin street
This line Is composed - of the, following boats:
IDA REES N'o. A, R. HERS, Master, W. F. Sikw+
ECIIO No. 3, E. 'GORDON; Master, A. D. Run-
The above Boats were built expressly for the trade,
have superior accommodations and attentive era
cers. • _ •
FLD T F II2 MlNF.43.—The_
line steam passenger packet ' •
IDA REFS ' • Capt. Wm ALBERT,
Will leave as above on TIIIIRSDAY, April 9th, at
o'clock P. M.
Fortnight Or passage apply on board or to -
apB FLACK ,&. COLLINGWOOD, Agents.
VOR CINCINNATI AND.gE i g
KATE ROBINSON Cold. Rony. ROBII4ISON
Will leave as above on WEDNESDAY, fith Instant;
at 4 P. M.
For freight or passage apply on bOard or to
jOIEN FLAOK, •
ap6 J."O. COLLINGWOOD, Agents.
EK. ST. ; LOUIS, li.EO-s ia gEg
UK, GALENA, DUBUQUE
ST. EXCL.—The fine passenger steamer
EMMA No. 3 Capt. J. H. - MAPATTA,
Will leave as above on WEDNESDAY, 9th instant,
at 4 o'clock P. x.
For freight or passamapply on board or to
apd Or. J. D. CO LINGWOOD. Agents.
x . r.nEss . LINE.-FOR
ST. PEAL, MINNEAPOLIS,
D LANDING. LA CROSSE. GALENA, DU—
BIIQIJE, ROCK. ISLAND, DAVENPORT AND
BI.M.LINGTON.r-qhe splendid passenger steamer
GLASGOW Gro: W. Joicvs•rox. Could's.,
Win leave for above and all Intermediate points as
announced. • • • •
• For freight or passage apply on board or to .
mh3o • CHAS. BARNES. I"'""—'
E R ST. LOUIS i LEX•A i dEt
INGTON, 'KANSAS CITY; WY
. OTTE, LEAVENWORTH', ATCRISON; ST:
JCR AND 031A11A . -The fine steamer •
ARMADILLO Capt. D. L. iinirtutiellgioll.
Will leave fas_:above on THIS DAY, April'Bth. Passengers and shippers can, rely on the Armadillo
,going through ns advertised... Will receipt freight
through to all points on Missouri river.
For freight or plague apply on board or to •
Or, °DRIEST '
DAY PACKET YOB CINCIN-
A 1. 4 -The tine steamer; , ;
.ARGOSY ' Capt. VANDERGRIFT,
W. D. Scull, Clerk, leaves- Pittsburgh for , Chia
nett every W EDN ESDAY at noon. • •
• C. BARNES; • .
JAS..COLLINS, } Agents.
rekM ' . JOHN FLACK.
ZNJAMIN 13iNCIERLY PHILIP CLXII3.
,to ow. S, Seitucumax A, Co., •
The only Steam Lithographic , Establishment West
of the Mountains. Business -Cards, Letter heads,.
Bonds, Labels, Circulars, ' , Show Cards, Diplomas,
Yottralts t lriews, Certificates of Delxisits, fortis-
Von Car ts, rte., NO.. 7at an 4 74 Thitht street.
ittsburgh. . '
malt - •
lap : : :1:4: : sAi I t
CHECKS. DRAFTS, NOVA 1311iL sact,ramnra
HEADS, &c. doskolli sn a Wait
11 Toot Eassige. frOei *Woo
prlogiltild, Vt. 1124X1r
JOS. A. BUTLER, ,
ALDERMAN AND PM= MAGISTRATE.
Office, 126 WYLIE STREET, near Washington,
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages,Acknowledgments,
Depositions, Collections, an d all other legitimate
business executed promptly. taMSD:n9
A.'1'1'011G.E . 1r , •,42T..3LA.W 0
No. OS FIFTH STREET,
Ex-Officio Justice of the Peace and Pollee Magis
trate. Office, GRANT STREET, opposite the Ca
thedral, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions, and all Legal Business executed with
promptness and dispatch. . . mhlS
EUSTACE S. MORROW,
EX-OFFICIO JDSTICF THE • PEACE AND
OFFICE, N 0.73 PENNA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA.
- Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowle• •.. cats,
Depositions and all Legal .Buelness execu ed with
promptness and dispatch. my
justice of the Peace,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE& INSURANCE ART.
CARSON STREET :EAST 111R3IINGiTAM.
Collection of Rents solicited and promptly attend
WILLIAM H. BARKER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, CONVEYANCER, &C.,
Office, CARSON STREET, nearly opposite the,.
Railway Depot, SOUTH PITTSBURGH.
Business entrusted to his care promptly attend
ed to. rarity].
145131LP11 Id. GAZZAM J R. IiUTIMIIFIELD.
lirilisrEn, GAZZAM & :BUT TEM' lELD .
, ATTORNEYS AND•COUNSELORS ALUM,
And Solicitors in Bankruptcy,
OFFICE, GRANT STREET,
_Opposite the Cathedral.
D ANIEL McmEAL,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, ,
No. 59 Grant St., near
No. Se Fifth Street,
SECOND FLOOR, FRONT ROOM
TIT A. LEWIS,
No. 00 Diamond Strect.
JOHN W. RIDDELL,
Office; N0..135 E`courtb. Street,
felsA-14 PITIISBITRUIT, PA
TT C. MACKRELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
No. SD Grant Street,
JOHN A. STRAIN,
EX-OFFICIO JUSTICD - OF TILF, PEACE AND
OMee.ll2 FIFTH STREET, opposite the Cathe
dral, Pittsburgh, Pa. Deeds,. Bonds, Mortgages
Acknowledgments_, Depositions and all Legal-Busi
ness executed with promptness and dispatch.
JOHN C. ItIeCOMBS/
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. S 7 Fifth Street.
Pensions, Bounties and Arrears of Pay promptly
collected. (no: moat*
. BANKRUPT NOTICES.
ASSIGNEE'S ~ NOTICE OF AP
In the DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, for the Western District of Pennsylyania.
In the matter of ROBERT P. GETTY, of Alleghe
ny Citv;Allegheny county, Pa., bankrupt. No:
409, in Bankruptcy.
• • WESTERN DISTRICT Or PENNSYLVANIA, SS.—At
Pittsburgh, Pa., the 31st day of:Careh, A. D. 1868.
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:- The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment as Assignee
of ROBERT I'. GETTY, of Allegheny City, in the
county of Allegheny, and State of Pennsylvania,
within said District, who has been adjudged a bank
ruptst ga i ns own petition by the District Court of
apl:n7s S. D. W. GILL, Assignee.
NVIESTERN DISTRICT of PENN-
SYLVANIA, SS.' • , • -
At Pittsburgh, the 3d day of April, A. D. 1868.
The undersigned hereby.gives notice of his appoint
ment as Assignee of JOSIAH KING and ISAAC
M. PENNOCK. .partners, under the firm name of
King & Pennock, of Pittsburgh, in the county . of
Allegheny, and State of Pennsylvania, within said
distrlct,_wbo.have been adjudged bankrupts upon
their 'own petition, by the District Court of said
JOHN H. BAILEY, Assignee,
011.00 Attorney -at-Law. 89 Grant et.
V ESTERN DISTRICT of PENN
-ISYLVANIA. SS. ' •
At Pittsburgh, the 31st day of 3lareh, A. D. 1868.
The undersigned hereby [rives notice of his appoint
ment as Assignee of ALBERT' CONKLE, of -Pitts
burgh, in the county of Allegheny and State of
Pennsylvania, within said District, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own petition by the
District Court of said Distriet. , „
JOHNN 11. BAILEY, Assignee,
apl:n73-'w Att`y-at-Law, 89 Grant street.
piTTHE DISTRICT COURT OF
FIE 'UNITED STATES. FOR THE WEST
ERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA. '
16 Barrels Wblskey No. 321, May Term, 1868.
Notice Is herebygiven to all persons claiming the
said 16 Barrels of Whiskey or nigh - Wines -that
they be and appear before the said Court on the 18th
day . of April, A. D. 1888, at 11 o'clock A. M. of
that, day, then and there to make answer to the
premises and intervene for their respective inter
ests and make their allegationS in that behalf.`
TROS. A. ROWLEY, 11. S. Maitliftl
Marshal's Office, May Uth, 1868
Testementary upon -tho last Wlll..and
meat of ENANULL: STOTTLER., Sr., late of Penn
Township, Allegheny Bounty; Pa.; deceased, having
been issued to the undersigned, all persons having
eialms against the said estate - will present them,
duly authenticated for settlement, and those Indebt
ed aro. notified to pay the' undersigned, la Penh
township, Allegheny cooly, l'a.
TREATS DISEASES ALL ITS FORMS.
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TE 4 4VA ENTit/LWCIR VW mtauloN
31. STEE LED
M STEELE '&
AND DEALSRIS IN .
FLOUR, GRAIN, FEED, Ate.
No. 95 OHIO STREET near East Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
JAMES B. irdozon.. JOS. BABXEJI
MEANOR Att HARPER,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PRODUC
COMMISSION MERCI IA NTS
lizinratExcEs=J. G. Martin, Cashier Mechanics ,
National Bank; J. B. Dilworth &• Co., K. T. Ken
nedy & Bro. • Ja31:124
PET= ILF4L JAS. F. RICHARI.
KEIL & RICHART,
AND DEALERS IN
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL FEED, &c., &c.,
349 Liberty St., Pittsburgh,
ROBERT RIIIOX, Jr.,
• . : ' . AliD. REALER IN
FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PRODUCT:GENERALLY.
(Mice, 413 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH.
T J. lILANCHARD,
Wholesale and.Retall Grocers,
MCBANE & ANAM,.
Dealers In FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE GEN
ERALLY, No. 141 WATER STREET, above
Smithfield, Pittsburgh. • • JO
FETZER & ARMSTRONG,
POILWARDIM AND 00/1111:11381 ONMEBORANTS,
For the sale of Flour, Graln, Bacon, Lard, Bx4ter,
Seeds, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, N 6. 10
MARKET STREET. corner of First, Pittsburgh.
• felt:hug • I
QHOMAKER & LANG, Whole
salekJ dealers in Groceries, Flour, Grain, Pro
duce, Provisions. Fish, Cheese, Salt, Carbon Oil,
&c., Nos. 172 and 174 WOOD STREET. near
Liberty street, Pittsburgh. Pa. nosmts
JOHN I. HOUSE EDW. H0U5E.....W11. 11. HOWIE.
tirrTORN I. HOUSE & BROS., Suc
cessors to JOHN I. HOUSE & CO., "Wholesale
ocers and Commission Merchants, Corner of
Smithfield and Water Streets. Pittsburgh, Pa. .
13111 RIDDLE, No. 183 LIBERTY
s a • STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa.., Commission Mer
chant and Wholesale Dealer In Country Produce,
Groceries and Pittsburgh Manufactures. Cash ad
vanced on Consignments, and paid for Produce gap
ROST. KNOX ANDIINW KNOX
- • • • • •
KNOX & SON, COMMISSIOB
SI 'MERCHANTS and desiers In FLOUR. GRATZ
FEED and PRODUCE OENERALLY, NC
19 DIAMOND, opposite City Hall, Allegheny City
MERCHANT MERCHANT IN PIG METAL,
iOMS, ORE, WROUGHT SCRAP IRON, FIRE
KRICK AND CLAY, Ac. Warehouse and Office,
Nos. 3116 and 368 PENN STREET. Storage fur
nished. Consignments solicited. oc3
JJITTLE, BAMII & pArroN,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants and
ealers in Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Fish,
Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, Glass, Ccitton
Yarns and alt Pittsburgh Manufactures generally,
112 and 114 SECOND STREET, Pittsburgh.
lr B. CANFIELD be SON, COM-
E/ • MISS I ONS FORWARDING 3IERCIIANTS,
and Wholesale Dealers In Western Reserve Cheese.
Butter, Lard, Pork, Bacon, Flour. Fish, Pot and
Pearl Ashes, and 011 s. Dried Fruit and Produce
generally, Nos. 144 and 148, Front street, Pitts
JOHN S PTON A. WALLACE.
SA LE (; ROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS,
o. 6 SIXTH STREET, Pittsburgh. 1a12:r58
EUREKA OIL WORKS,. -
MAN ITFACTURERS OF
EUREKA CARBON OIL,
SPERAI LUBRICATING OILS,
CHEMICAL LINSEED- OIL.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Crude, Refined and Lubricating Otis,
Lard, Sperm, Whale and. Fish Oils.
R. C. MACFIESNEY, Agent,.
No. 19 livvin Street.
WARING AND KING,
Commission Merchants and Brokers in
Petroleum and its Prodnets
DALZELL'S BUILDING, DUQUESNE WAY,
• PITISBURGI2I, PA.
WARING, KING & CO.,
127 Walnut Street.
H M. LONG Si, C 0.,.
PURE 11 1 .liriE BURNING OIL;
Office, No. 2 Buqtiesne
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, - •
AND DEALERS IN
PetrOleuin and its Products.
Pittsburgh Office—DALZELL , BUILDING, Cor
ner of Duquesne Way and Irwin streets. - •
Philadelphia OBice-127 WALNUT ST, -
aplnwsU : . • '
JACOB WEAVER, Jr. & CO.,
Oil Contnii;;sio4 trailers,
No. 3 DUQUESNE WAY, will buy and sell. Crude
and Refined Oils, :Lubricating; Tar, Benzine and
Cooperage. Our long experience in_the Petroleum
trade enables us to oifer unusual facilitiea and in-
dueements to operators. As heretofore, we are de
termined to make it the interest of buyers' and sel
lers to give us a call. Parties having 011 s for, sale
are cordially Invited to bring their samples. -
J. C. ISUFFUM...C. A. KEIII&W...W. H. WIII.TALUZAD
ilanul'acture foul Loco for Bale all lands of
. . •,. , • .
I$T. CLAIR STREET. . .
BUFFT.M. & CO.
SAO its i 7 potriVrix:srlriuspkari. l
to cau be 7 4 AW904 5113 11. ; F,•;n•J
mainna4 LIMON R WEIRS.
329 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH
No. 390 PENN STREET
WILOLESAI,E AND =TAM,
CONNELLSVILLE R. IL
On and after THURSDAY, March sth. 1860.
trains NVIII arrive at and depart from the Depot, cor
ner of Grant and Water streets,
a s follows: .
Mall tO and from Unlearn. D
6:00 A t. Arrive. .
M. 6:00 r. M.
McKeesport Accommodrn.ll:oo A. at. • 2:05 P. H.
Ex. to and from liniont'n. 3:00 P. H. 10:00 A. U.
West Newton Accommod'n 4:30 P. st.. - 8:35 A. M.
- -11raddock's Accommodat'n 6:15 P. ' 7:501. M.
Night Ace. to MeKeesport.lo:3o r. at. 6:40 A. M.
Sunday Church Train to and
from West Newton 1:00 P. X. 10:00 A. H.
Por tickets apply t
J• R. BlNO, • Ailent.
W. B. STOUT, Superintendent. - mhs
• VALLEY RAILROAD.
LY DIRECT,ROUTE TO THE OIL REGIONS.
Running through to Vcnango City without change
of cars—Connecting with trains East and West on
the Warre.. & Franklin and the Atianti Great
On and after THURSDAY. March 26th, 1869,
the Passenger Trains will leave feint: and arrive at
the Pittsburgh Depot..c , :nrr Canal and Pike Sts.,
Mall to and Cm Yen. City. 7:00 A. M. 1:00 A. X.
Express " " 10:30 r. at. 6:15 r. xr
licadrs Bend AccotinnotP n 3:00 P. R.10:30 A. M.
Soda Works Accoru , n 5:25 P. at. 7:55 A. N.
First Hulton Acconnni'n... 9:00 x.. 11:45 A. at.
Second Hulton Ace:lmo:l'n 12:00 at. 3:45 P. IL
Sunday Church Train leaves Soda Works at 1:05
A. M., arriving in Pittsburgh at 9:50 A. at.
turning, leaves Pittsburgh ut 1:10 P. R., arriving at
Soda Works at 2:55 P. M. ,
11. BLACKSTONE, Supl.
W. F. HOPE, Tieket Agent. trth26'
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO R.
W. AND CLEVELAND & _PITTSBURGH It. B.
From January 19th, 1868. trains will leave from
and arrive at the Union Depot, north tide, city
time, as follows:
Chicago Ex—. 2:13 am,
Cleveland Ex .. 2:13 am'
Erie &Ygn MI 6:13 am
& gMI 6:28 a m
Chicago Mall.. 6:58 am;
Chicago Ex.... 9:43 am!
Pitts. & CI. Ex. _
via Youngt'n 9:43 am!
Cl. &Wh•gEx. 2:13p m.
Chicago Ex.— 2:28p m
Wh. & Eric Ex. 4:38 pm:
Depart frvnt Allepheny.!
N. Brigt'll Ac. 8:58 a ut!
Leetsdale • • 10:1.3 am!
11:53 a m
Rochester " I:33pm
Wellsv'e Ace.. 3:43pm
Leetsdale Ace. ptu
N. Brigt'n " . 5:3R pm
Brlgni " . 6:28 p m
, 2:28 p. Chicago Ex
press leaves daily.
- F. R. MYERS.
pITTS BU licAt
CHANGE of TIME.—On and 'After SIiNDA.F,
December fath, 1667, trains will leave and arrive at
Union Depot, as follows, Pittsburgh time:
Mall Express..._ 2:15 a. m. 3:55 p.m.
Fast Line 9:40 a. m. 7:05 p. m.
Fast Express 2:50 p. in. 10:55 a. m.
Mixed Way 6:10 a. m. 6:50 p. m.
McDonald , sAcc'n. No. 1..1.1:10 a. tn. 2:10 p. m.
Steubenville Accommod'n. 3:55 p. m. 9430 a. m.
McDonald's Acc`n, No. 2.. 5:10 p. m. 13:20.a. m.'
irs.crAr. NOTlCE.—Sunday Express leaves ut 2:50
p. m. arriving in Cincinnati at 6:30 a. at: the next
Church Train leaves Sunday at12:55 p. m.
The 9:40 a. in. Train leaves daily, Sunday and
M•nday excepted, arriving lu Cincinnati at 9:55
the same evening, 8 HOURS IN A.DVANGE OF
ALL OTHER ROUTES.
Xii - No change 'of cars between Pittsburgh and'
Cincinnati, and BUT ONE change to St. Louis,
Cairo, and the principal points West and Southwest.- •
When purchasing tickets be sure and find the
office of the
Pittsburgh, Columbus & Cincinnati R. R.
UNION DEPOT, (SOUTH SIDE.)
M. D. MOTHERSPALTGH, Ticket Ageut
S. F. SCULL, General Ticket Agent.
JOHN D. MILLER. Geri. Freight Agent
On and slier October 6t
rive at and depart from th•
Washington and Liberty
Mail Train.... 1:20 aml
Fast Line ' 1:50 ain 1
Wall's No. 1.. 6:20 am I
Brinton No. 2. 7:50 a in.
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 am I
Cincinnati Ex. 9:10 a m
Johnstown Ac. 10:15 a m
Phila. Express ' 1:50 p m
Wall's No. 3... 1:30 pm
Wall's No. 4.. 2:50 p m
Wail's No. 5.. 5:50 pm
Wall's No. 13... 7:00 pm
Train 1.0:30 pm, -
The Church Train leaves Wall's Station every !
Sunday at 9:15 a. RI., reaching Pittsburgh at 10:0k
a. m. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at 12:50
and. arriN :a at WalPs.Station at 2:1)0 p. ;
' , Cincinnati Express' leates daily. All other trains
daily except Sunday. - •
Philadelphia Express and the Altoona Accommo
dation and Emigrant Train arrive daily. Cincinnati
Express arrives daily except Monday. All other
trains daily except Sunday.
For further information apply to -
• W. H. BECKWITH; Agent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as
sume spy risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap
parel, and limit their responsibilltyto One Hundred.
.Dollars In value. All Baggage- exceeding that
amount in value will be at the risk of the °guar! un
less taken by special contract. • -
• EDWARD H. WILLIAMS.
. General Superintendent - Altoona; Pa. '
.--0a and alter November 1, 1867, the Pas
senger Traing on. the Western Peratsylvaala 'Rail
road will arrive at and depart from the Federal
Street Deprrive. ot. Allegheny City, as follows:
Slutrpb'g No.l 6:25 ato Mail 6:50 sin' ,
Freeport No.l 8:15 ala Freeport No. 1 9:05 a m
Express 10:10 am Eiharpit!g lio.111:20 m
Sharpb'g N 0.2 1:25.p m Express 1:50 pm,
Freeport No. 2 4:15 pm ilannerVe Ac 3:55 p
Mal.. , .. 1... 6:05 p m Freeport NO. 2 6:05 pm
Harmerve Ao 7:10 p m ISharpb'g No. 2 7:30 - pia
Above truins run daily except Sunday.
The - Church Tralh leaves Allegheny Junct. every
Sunday at 7:10 a. in., reaching Allegheny City at
9:50 a. in. 'Returning, leaves Allegheny City at
1:20 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny ,Tanct..at 9:45
COMMUTATION TICKETS—For sale in packages of
Twenty, between, Allegheny City, Chestnut street,
Iferr's, Bennett;Tine Creek, Etna and Sharpsbnrg,
and good only on the trains stopping at Stations spe
cified on tickets.
The train leaving Allegheny City. at 6:50 a. m.
makes direct connection at Freeport.withWalker'a
line of StageS for Butler and Hannahstown.
Through tickets may be purchased at the Office,
No. 3 bdt. Clair street. near Suspension Bridge,
Pittsburgh, and at the Depot, Allegheny City.•
For further infonnation apply to
JAMES I.A.FFERTS, Agent.
• Federal Street Depot,.
The Weitern Pennsylvania - Railroad will not as
sume any risk for Baggage, , except for wearing ap
parel, and limitresponsibility to One Hundred
Dollars in value. All baggage exceeding this,
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, un
tess taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,
cles General Superfine:Went, Altoona, Pa.
UNION >PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Tho SHORTEST ANH MOST RELIABLE ROUTE
from the East to all points in
_ayo State 'pine and Leavenworth
daily, ( Sundays ' excepted , on the arrlval of trains of
Pacific Railroad from St. Louis, and Hannibal and
:St.• Jo Railroad from gnincy,,conuecting at Law-.
retie°, Topeka and Weunego with stages 'for' alt
wo int hwnt Kn o s UX l A E STATESD
EXwRES o C E M
DAILY LLNE OF OVERLAND MAIL
AI)N EXI'IMB COACHES FOR
33m1vv - mal -13th,T 3EIC3EI
And all Points in the Territories,
And with SANDERSON'S TRI-WEEKLY LINE of
COACHES for Fort Union, Rent's Fort, Pass, Albu
v_ei•ktnittita Fe, and all' points in Arizona *and
With the recen., , additlens of rolling stock and
equipment and the arrangements. made with re.,
sponsible Overland 'Transportation Lines' treat its
western terminus, this, road now offers. unequalled
facilities for the transmission of freight to the Far
WesL • •
Tickets for sale at - all the principal 'otilees in the
.United litates and Canadas._ _ ;
Ite sure and ask Mr tickets via' THE SHORT
HILL -ROUTE. UNION . PACIFIC RAILWAY.
il - OHN PECK, • ' , ainentaimair
,11111/ WORICrit AND:PEEFIndrat. 1 40 .
oluttrstreet,.tele door trim Wood . Plttsbur.
fichtlwaglldelmetit samonmont, ot) adhle
ussksisfG Uan emen , s WIG
de . od, Prke In cash nil!ba Alyea foe
Ladles and Gentliniken`ii'Halr Cutting done!
the neatest °WWI
Miyake. Ex... 2:43 am
Cleveland Ex. 2:43 am
Chicago Ex .... 10:58 a m
!Wheeling Ex. 11:08 am
'Chicago Ex 1:53 pm
CL WICg Ex 4:03 pm
;Erie I.:lrg'n Ex '6:13 pin
!Chicago Ex.... 0:58 p m
Cl. WlVg Ex 7:oBpm
ll'ltts..t CI. Ex.
liegnst'n. 9:28 pm
Arrive in Allegheny. •
N. ilvlnt'n Ac. 7:03 a m
N. Ilrlern " 8:28 ain
" 9:58 ant
New Castle " 10:13 a m
Leetsdale " 9:13 am
• " 1:1.8 pm
lirlgt'n " 2:43 pm
Leetsdale " 4-7.03 pm
10:50 a. m. Chicago
~General Ticket Agent.
BUS S CINCIN
PAN HANDLE ROIITE.
tit , 1867, Trains will ar
e M 11.71 Depot, corner of
treets, as follows:
Day Express.. 3:00 a m
Wall's. No. 1.. 6:30 aM
Train ' 8:211a ni
!Wall's No. 3.. 9:50 a m
I`Cinchmati Ex 11:15 a m
Wall's. No. 3.. 11:30 a m
Johnstown Ae. 2:sopm
Wall's No. 4.. 3:30 p m
Mhz. Expres. 4:10 pm
Wall's No. 5.. 1:50 pm
Wall's No. G.. 6:05 pm
Fasz Line 7:2opm
Wail's N 0.7.. 10:50 p m
New Mexico, Idaho,
Genertil itelitkeand Ticket Akgent.'