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1111811 Natters in New York.
• 1d Chised at 147(01117%.
eft , Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Garette.l
NEW YORK, August 11; 1868.
MONEY AND GOLD.
' Money easy at 3@)4 per cent. on call.
Sterling dull at I109;‘®109M. No export of
specie today. pold is firmer, opening at
146,6: declining to 146;f, closing /at 147@
_Y. 147% with large Sales at 147. The customs
demand to-day reached $750,000..
Are less firm, notwithstanding the further
rise in gold. There are few offerings of
bonds - by ,some dealers: Coupons of 1881,
1862, 114:X@1143; do. '64, '
110%@111%;.do. '65, 112%@112 1 4; do. new,
109!‘®109%; do. '67, 10914@109%; do. '6B,
email@example.comM; do. 10-40 s, 109%@10934.
• BORDER STATE BONDS
Border State Bonds higher and in de-
I - mend.. Missouris, 71%; Old Tenns., 65;
NrNew 61@64 1 ,4; Old North Carolina 75Q75:
New. 73%; Virginias, 56.
Stocks opened buoyant and closed dull,
'with a decline .on Erie and New York Cen
tral, although otherwise, are pretty steady.
.5:30 PR:ions—Canton, 47@48; Cumberland.
30@)33;. Wells Express, 2634@263,;; Ameri
can, 43(.414 ; Adams, 52@52% ; -- United
5tate5,' , 11,!.@4534; Merchants' Union, 24@
24,i; Quicksilver, 21 1 ,firstname.lastname@example.org; Mariposa 3®.5;
• preferred, 7®B; Pacific Mail, 103;4©
103%; Western Union Telegraph, 33%®34;
New York Central, 1284 ®128%; Erie, 57y,
@s7%;._Erie pref., 69%; 'Judson, 122®123;
913.;@)91A: Ohio and Mississippi, 29 ®2934;
Wabash, 51@52; St. Paul, 75@753‘; do
preferred, 83,/q83%; - Michigan Central,
12034®121; Michigan Southern. 86@,186w;
.:~ Illinois 147®150; Pittsburgh, 87%®
87%; Toleslo, 100,0)1003;; Rock Island,
1123(®ll2;4;,Nortlawestern 83X@)8330 do
preferred, 82%@83;' Fort ,Wayne 108%©
109; Hartford and Erie, .22N; Chicago et,
Alton, 139; do preferred, 137; St. Joseph,
84; do preferred, 86; Columbus, 85.,
MININQ SHARES. -
Mining shares are steady; Corrydon,
25; New York 125@155; Lacrosse 30432;
Quartz Hill 105; Smith& Parmlee. 4E4)&185.
Receipts at the Sub-Treasury, $1,902,146;
payments, $604,790: balande,
EXPORTS. • . " •
The exports Ibr the iveek.:excl,nelve of
specie, Were $3,209,312: A. - qpeepicttor, in
gold is reported as having filled:
New York Produce Market.
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette•J
NEW Yenir, Aug. 12.—Cotton is dull d
'withoutdecided change; 600 t-bales sold at
, 2210 for Middling uplands. Flour, re
ceipts, 9,589 bbls; little more active without
decided , change in price;.B,4oo bblii sold at
$7,40a8,20 for superfine. State western; 88,-
60a9,70 for extra state; $8,70a10,80 for extra
western; $10,90,113,20 for white wheat extra;
;9a10,35 for round hoop Ohio; sloal2 for ex
tra St. Louis; $12,50a13;50 gobdto eboice
do; closing quiet. California h 3
better request; 1,800 sks sold at $12,50.
'Receipts; wheat, none; wheat is without
• decided clitinge, ' Closing quiet; 28,500
bushels • was sold at 12,20a2,21. - for No.
Wand 2 spring. mixed, and $2,50 'for new;
• amber Ohio and Georgia, $2,50 for white
Canada; $2 70 for white Michigan, $2,75a2,90
fot white California, $2,50 for amber Michi
gun. Rye quiet. Barley nominal. Barley
Malt quiet, sales- of 4,000 - lbs Canada at
12,30; Corn: receipts of 29,561 bush; market
better, and fairly active, sales of 166,000
bush at $1,12a1,14 for unsound, 81,17a1.18
,‘ for sound mixed western afloat. $1,22 for
western yellow, and $1,26 for handsome
white - western. Oats; receipts of 20,000
butilq-market dull and declining, sales of
32,000 bushels at 82c for , western in store, '
83a83c do afloat/. Rica'dull. Coffee firm,
and sales of 2500/bags rio at private terms.
Sugar steady; saes of 600 boxes Cuba at
113012 C. Molasses dull. Hops quiet. Pe
troleum firm at 17140 for crude, and 3.1
' for refined bonded. Coal; domestic firm,
foreign dull. Wool without decided
• - change; sales of 575,000 lbs at 40a5235c for
domestic fleece, 8&3440 for pulled, 48a51e for
tubbed; 28a310 for Texas, 24a:e5c for. Mexi
can, and 26a34;4c for California. Leither;
HeLloCk, Sole .firm at 27a29c • for Buenos
a. Ayres heavy weighte, 29a300 for middling
and light, 27a280 for California heavy
. weights, :28;6a29c for middle do. " Pork
dull and :heavy, with sales of 1,100 bbls at
428,75a28,90 for new mess; closing at 10,75
..cash, $28,62a28,75 for old do, $28,00a28,50 for
$24a27 for prime mess; sales of 200
bbls new mess, buyer, August, at $28,87.
Beef steady, with sales. of. 150 barrels •
• at $15a20,50 for new plain; $20;50e20,75 fot
now extra mess. ...Tierce beef dull ak $21,31
for prime mess," and $30a36 forlndia mess;
Beef hams doll at $25a32. Cut meats firm; •
sales 170 Pkgs at 13a14c for shouldersi lfia
,19c for hams. •Middles quiet and steady,
.-Sales 75 boxes at 17).5c; Stratford, 16c. Lard
more actiVe and firm; Miles 1,350 tierces at
',1.8a183e for steam; chiefly 181a183ic, and
1.9a19K,c for kettlerendered; also 250 tierces'
'steam to seller for September at 18Nc. Bat
•Xir quiet at 25a - 34c_far Ohio, and 30a314c for •
• t-tate. Cheese firm at llal7c. Freights to
, * LiverpoolAull and declining,..with.engage
.ments persteamer of 10,000 bush corn at sd.
s •, LATEST—FIour closed 'steady, with a
_local trade demand. Wheat ,
.- 4 4ulet and unchanged. Ryeacarce and very '
irm at $1,8011,90. Oats dull and heavy at
1.134a830 in store, and 88c afloat. Corn is
'iteady'with a fair demand at 11,11a1,12 for
„ insound, and $1,17a1,18 for sound mixed
''western afloat, and $1,19 for old mixed
vestern in store:- - ,Pork dtillr sales 250 bbls"
,;;Mess at $28,70 regular, closing with free
`iellers at $28,70a28,75. eef dull and droep
• ag. Cut- meats nominal.' . Bacon quiet
steady, with only a very limited sup
, I,ly. Lard steady at 18%a1830. for fair to
)rline steam. Eggs quiet at 23a250.
:1 . Cincinnati Market.
71:17 Telegraph to the PlttsburakGazette.l
CINCINNATI,' August2o.—Flour and:
, Vheat unohanged. Corn dull and prices
!.: trooping; ear, 91a9213; shelled, 93a94c. Oats
toady at 531155 c. Rye firmer at $1,35a1,40.
Carley scarce and in demand at 162,10a2,15
it spring.!and 52,20a2,25 for fall. - Tobacco
; toady. Cotton. dull at 29a2934c for mid..
ling. Whisky held at 70c, but no sates at
• otter than 650 in bond. Mew York - dull,
of much demand; 100 -bbliaold at $2 9 ,75:
. 'lard dull, and prices are itoinknal at 18%a
-3%c. Bulk Mesta in fairsiemand at 12%0
•• nd 1430 fur shotdders and sides. Bacon
wady at 1314 c for shoulders, and 16No and
!go for clear rib and clear sides; 'there is
loud demand for sugar' cured hams at 21
Me, the latter generally asked. Butter in
lir demand at 3.5a' 38c. Linseed 011 in de
tand at $1,07. and Lard Oil at 11,408,1,0.
ty Telegraph to the Pltteburgh Gazette.]
,TOLEDO. 'August 12.—Reseipti-3,477 bbls
'3ury 48,905 bush wheat, 18,744 bush corn,
,400 bush oats, 1,440 bush rrye. Ship.
ents-2,190 bbls flour, 39,000 bush wheat'.
• lour quiet.- Wheat active and 2a3e better;
'les white,Wabash at 12,50; white Nicht
to $2.1&52.20; amber Illinois 52,15; amber
Johigan s2,oBa2;ll,elosing at 112,10; .for No
'rod 42•0634a2.08; for. No 2 do 51,96%; for
o 1 spring 51,95; for No 2 51,75; for No 3
and $1,05 for amber, seller, August..
)rn active and 13 0 .better; sales at 51,04
105, closing at 1,04 3 ; for No 1 white $1,08; .
ected 98e. Oats . active and 2o better;
es No 1 Michigan at 58c. and No 2 do at
O. Rye better at 51,45 for No, 1. Lake
' 7elghts 4 1 30 on wheat by steam to Buffalo.
Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.] • •
Aug. - ll—Mohr 'dull and
Sak and the 'prices unchanged.' Wheat
isettled and lower at $486 for No. 1; $1,74
r No. 2. Oats dull and nominal'at Wafer .
3. 2.. Corn scarce and higher at $1,02 for
3.2. Receipts-1,000 bbls flour, 9,000 bu.
7 heat, 5,001) bu oats, 1,000 bit corn. Ship.
euts-1,000 bbls flour, 400 bu awn.
(By 'Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.) •
CLEVALAND, August 12-Float quiet at
$10a10,50 for double extra spring, $11a11,50
for double extra red winter; country brands
afto sr9 a
d e o x u t b r l a e
r(head m w sptrenr,g 159a50
for double extra white. Wheat—sales 20,-
000 bush No. 1 red to be delivered August
20th at $2,10;,8 cars do. September lst at
$2,12; 2 cars do. at $2,10; 4 cars No. 2 at $2.
C,ern held at 81.08. Oats—sales of 3 cars at
60e— Rye market dull and inactive, and
held at 81,75a1,80 for No. 1. Barley market
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazete.l •
PHILADELPTII4, August 12.—Cloverseed,
$8,50. Flaxseed, 42,50. Petroleum; small
business; crude lin bulk, 17V,,c; relined,
3.3y,a34e. Flour dull and unchanged.
Wheat firmer; sales 7,000 bus rod at 82,35 a
2,45; No._ 1 spring, $2,15a2,25. Rye declined
to $1,70. Corn quiet; yellow, $1.,27a1,30;
mixed Westerd unchanged. Oats dull;
sales 2,000 bus Ohio at 95c. Provisions un
Chicago Cattle Market.
i By Telegmph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
CHICAGO, August 12.—Beef Cattle -are
very dull: sales at $6,37% for good Steers.
Hogs are active and firm; sales at $9a9,93
for light; $9,45a9,60 for fair to medium; and
$9,75a10,1234 for good to choice smooth.
- Baltimore Market.
(By Telegraph to the Plttsburab Oarette.l
BALTIMORE, August 12.--Flour ciuiet and
firm, Wheat firm; prime red, $2,50a2,75.
Corn dull; white, $1,19. Oats dull; prime,
853.88 c. Rye firm at $1,50. Proyislons firm
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD
:PITTSBURGH. FT. WAYNE AND CHICAGO
PAIGROAD. August 12.-58 bdls green hides,
Atiderson; 22 boss cheese, N J Bra
?den; 2 bbls sugar, Haworth, MDonald ck Co;
3 rolls leather,GN Holfstott;s3bbls apples,.
13 do pears, Voigt, Mahood 6r Co; 3do do,
14 do appies, H Rea Jr; 18 do do, 5 do eggs,
6 do pears, W E Graff& Co; 17 boss cheese,
Wif Kirkpatrick & Co; 28 bxs soap, Wm
France it Son; 159 sks rags, Christy it Ben
ham; 1 car staves, C Lutz; 15 bbls oil, B L
Fahnestock 6t Co; 200 bbls ;flour, owner; 26
bbls off,lo do tallow,. E Shearer; 1 car
liimber;J M Seibert; 20 doz wash bbards, S
PShrlver4t bbl • butter,4 I- Pettit; 32'
gds wool, W Barker, Jr; 5 bbls apples,
Woodworth & Davison; 100 bbls flour, S
Lindsa.y, Jr & Co; 200 do do, Dan, Wallace:
.100 do do, Shipton 'et. Wallace; 100 do do,
owner; 200 pigs lead Park ;McCurdy& Co; 4
cars metal, Bryan, dt Caughey; 5 do do.
Ninfick it Co. - •
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI AND ST. LOUIS
RAILROAD, August 12.-300 bbls flour,
Walt, Lang cit Co; 42tos hams, J H Parker;
50 bblf whisky, Shipton & Wallace; 29 tog
hams; J H Parker; .11 bbls potatoes, Van
Gordet & Shepard; 6 casks shoulders, 21
do do, J S Baker; 25; bbls flour, J Porter
field; 5 bdls copper, 1. bbls brass, C G Hus
sey it Co; 4 box stone, Lindsey. Sterrett &
-Ewer; 12 bills, 1 do boddies, J D Springer;
10 kegs, Spencer-& 3logay: • 1 box' hard
ware, J Hardman & Son; 3 bills fonts, Jas
Lautner; 3 bbls eggs, 1 half bbl butter, 3 do
green apples, J Wiggins; 2 tubs, Jno Mc-
Dowell; 9 bdls wheels-M McWhinneyA
Co;'3o sacks barley, Meanor. &Harper; I car
ear corn ,1 car shell do .1 B Campbelli 1 car
oats, Mclienry & Hood; 24 bales cotton; A
H Childs; 1 car corn,, Stewart it Langan
CLEVELAND AND PITTARDRO rr RAIL
ROAD, August 12.-5 cars sand, RichardsOn
& Co; :10 bbls lime, S Davidson; 20 bbls
apples, W J Steel & Bro; 77 sks oats,T C
Jenkins; 1 car staves, J L L Knox; 5 sks
wool; -W Barker & Co; 44 bbls oil, J Spear;
7 buckets butter, 1 bbl eggs, 1 half , do do,
J B_Campbell; 6 rolls leather, G N Hoff
atot; 20 bx cheese, NJ Braden; 5 cases lard,
J la Lippincott; 8, bbls vinegar,Fetzer & A;
6 tubs cheese, Graff &:R; 60 bgs ear corn,
Mcßane & Anger; 25 bbls vinegar, Gray
burn & Shannon; 40 bbls cement, W W
Wallace; 9 cask b glass. Johnston & Co; 50
bbls marble dust J C Butfum & Co; 1 car
wheat, McHenry & Hood. •
ALLEGHENY VALLEY R. R., Auglist 12.-
2 cars metal, H Woodsides; 16 rolls leather,
Prank Stoetzing; 133 eke oats, Scott& Glaal;
2 bbls eggs, Geo Hoer: 17-birs oata, 6 pkgs
butter and eggs, J H Graliani; 2 pkgs to
bacco, Chas Koetherq. 4
-rolls, leather, D
Chesnut & Co; 3 bbla eggs, 3 boxes butter,
R G Crawford; 1 car lime; D L Reynolds;
225 oil bbls, Montzheirner, Koehler & Co;
104 do do, LI Koehler & Co; 3 cars metal,
McKnight, Porter & Co; 2 pkgstobacco, R
'Robinson. St Co; 90 carboys Oil • vitroil,
Lockhart, Frew de Co. -
ALLEGHENY STAT/ON, Atigust 12.-11 car
wheat, Kennedy & Bra; 1 do do,Wm
M'Kee St Co; $5 greenhides, J Lucleamp;
21 do do,A Holstein; 1 car staves, J M
Hemphil; 2 cars wheat, Gilmore_ Straub
Co; 164: sacks oats, Stewart et, Langenbein;
1 car iron 3 -do metal . Lewis Bailey di
Dalzell; 1 car stoves, Halve & Robertson;
5 cars limestone, . Superior Iron Co; 5 bbls
apples 2 do eggs, Fred Owens; 222 bags
barley, M Wiel; 10 dozen pails, W Sodden.
PITTSBURGH , AND'. Corrrixtr.sviLLs
RAILROAD, August 12,14 sacks - wheat;
Wm M'Kee & Co; 25 sacks hair ..4 sacks
scraps, D Chestnut & Co; 1 bbl eggs, Robb
& lierron; 16 cars rope 30 bales oakum,
Fulton Bollman ek Co; 6 bbl vinegar Walk
er, Goe & Co.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
Atigust 11,-1 hhd rags, ft Robinson & Co;
18 caddies tobacco,
McCullough, Smith do
Co; 1 box cigars, EWormsen; 2 high!, eggs.
J'o Jenkins. •
(Late HUI& & Illeketeeno
Nos,. 221 AND 223,
Corner Liberty and Irwin S_treett3,
Offer to the trade at Low Flores
150 ply,. of NM MACKEREL In
Ives, quarters:and kits.
100 chests, , tholce YOUNG .1111301,1; •JAPAR
•, _ and IMP KRIAL•TEAS.
, 50 sacks choice RANGOON RICE.
25-bbis. choice 'CAROLINA • WOE.
75 bbis. LONG IbLLBDSYRUP.
80 bbls. St RUP choice brands.
. 100 beds. N. O. MbLASSES.
50 bbis. BERMUDA mOLAtsSES..
ROO Obis. RKFINED SUGAR. .
hbds. PORTO RICO; 0 AMA. and DEISE.A.-
800 bags RIO COFFEE: • '
50 bags JAVA and LAGITATRA CIFFEES.
-100 cases IMPORTED CLARET.
250 ..eases MKT & CHARDON'S CHAM
PAGNE WINES. _
SCOTCH ALE and LONDON PORTER con
. stantly on hand.
SUNDRIES. • •
400 bus Prime Yellow Ear Corn.
300 bus do • ,do , SueLled do. .
AO bus Prime Barley.
7. sTlg . l rie ltrf: . .'() .rlegs
25 bbls. Sorghum Molasses. •
• 10 bbls. Sweet Older. . - •
50 doz. Corp Brooms, •
In store and for sale by . ,"' •
. FETZER ARAISTRKING •
.ley,• 10 Market street, corner First.
1 00 "8.
• ISHELV I FACTORY
and BABIBUItGII•CDEESE, ter sale
". • J. B. CANFIELD &EON.
141. First street. •
HITE LIBIE-200 bbls. best
'mate Lime, ter tale b r
J. H. CANFIELD & SON..
EM E NT- - 50 bbls... Louisville
Hydir”it! Oomeni. for isle by • -
su p , • J. B. celirrs,LO a sox.
E CLAY-7600 bbls.
1: Fire aad . Pot clay for sale br •
•BO J. B. 0 ANPICELD PON.-
ODL Atlll-:-100 Casks tn. store
snd for SiA9 by B. CANFIEGD t BON.
EARL ABO-241 casks for sale
T: B. CAN COMO a SON:
poT AStin-10 casks for sale b
0 . N N. CANFIELD
PIG LEAD-500 pip Soft Galena
Load, for We by J. 0.42 1 / 2 MLD • bUN.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE': ~THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1868
- The river has undergone no change since
the date of our last report, the metal mark
indicating two feet one inch. It is claimed,
however, that there are several inches more
water in the channel than the mark shows,
and we are inclined to believe it, as the
Camelia went out drawing thirty inches.
We feel satisfied that Captain Dean'would
not have loaded her down to'that if he had
not felt pretty certain of getting .throngh.
Now, if this mark is not correct, it is some
body's business to have it corrected, as
there is no other mark to go by when the
river, gets down to a low water stage.
—The Kate Robinson has been laid up at
nincinnati for the present.
—lt was the Hattie not the Mollie Burris
that snagged and sunk near Cairo the other
•—The Maggie Hays will load for New
Orleans at Chgeinnati, after the Emma
--The towboat Samson passed by Cincin
nati on Monday evening, with eight barges
loaded with empty oil barrels from Aurora.
—The steamer Veteran was sold on the
at Gallipolis, by Deputy U. S.
Marshal J. E. Richardson, for the sum of
81,251. Messrs. Clarence Ward, Lewis Bil
lings. sen., and Win. -Billings were the
The Cincinnati Enquirer of Tuesday says:
Captain George Neeld, agent of the Pitts
burgh Underwriters, is in the city, on busi
ness relative to the insurance on the steam
ers Ezra Porter and Delaware. burned here
-a few days since. Capt. Reinhart, of Pitts
burgh, principal owner of the Delewure,
and Captain Richard Calhoun aro also in
—The St. Louis Republican of Sunday
says: The statement which appeared in
the Democrat yesterday morning, in regard
to Capt. IV:J. Kountz, going on the Great
Republic, was entirely premature;
as - was also that to the effect
that Capt. Pat. Yore would command
her. The owners of the boat have not de
termined who they will place in charge.
—Capt. W. Holliday, an old Upper Mis
sissippi Pilot, died at his residence in Keo
kuk on Saturday last. Capt. Holiday was
abotit 51 or. 52 years of age, and had been
on the river as Captain and pilot fcir'3l.
yeah. .He commenced his career as a keel
boatman, when very young, and during an
active life was universally respected. His
death will be regretted among a wide circle
of associates and friends.
—The Dubuque. Herald of the 7th oon
tains the following account of the sinking
of the War Eagle: The White Collar Line
has met with another misfortnne. The
~War Eagle struck a snag five miles below
Sabula yesterday morning and sunk, as
will be seen by a notice elsewhere. The
company has plenty of spare boats to keep
the line frill, and will start out the Damsel
this morning for up river, with the crew of
the War Eagle. A pump has been shipped
from Lacrosse to raise the sunken vessel
which feat will be accomplished in a few
—The Nashville Union and Dispatch, i of
Saturday, says: A gentleman who arrived
from Wilson county, yesterday, telli us of
the sudden death by suffocation, on Sun
day .night last, of Captain Wood, an old
Cumberland.river steamboattnan, who ran
the Western waters years ago. He was
living upon his farm near Commerce, a
little post village some twelve miles north
east of Lebanon, and oft tlmnight of his
death had retired to his bed, about the
hour of ' ten, in apparent 'good. health.
About midnight, his wife was awakened
by some unnatural, noise, and upon in
quiring of her husband what was the mat
ter, received an answer that he was "suffo
cating." Ile arose and went to the door
for fresh air, and as he opened it, fell a
Lifeless corpse across the step.
—A LottisvOle telegram under date at
Monday to the Cincinnati Commercial saym:
River receding six feet two inches water in
canal, 50 in. pass down falls end 40 _inches
over the rocks. The huge Thompson Dean,
in chargo of Pilot Pink Vurble, decended
the falls at 1 Y. M. all right, and was safely
landed at Portland; her bottom was too
wide for the chute and she way listed so
that one knuckle was in the pass and the
other rubbed over along. the edge, as abe
was actually, drawing more water than was
on the falls over the rocks. The feat - was
extremely. difficult, but was successfully
accomplished. The tow-boats, Simpson
Horner and Alps were brought up the falls
in the evening.J. P. Webb-and Charmer
passed up. Legal ender arrived from N.
o.'Hercules, -of •o_barg_es,_ from
, - '
• , Orrics CITY ENOINILICH AND SCILVEYOU, t
• Pirrsurniait, August 11, 1 , •68.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE
Grading raving and Curbing of
•ROB latTS tAREET, from Centre avenue to Reed
SMALI..MAN STREET, 'froth Morris to Morton
And grading MILLER STREET, from Centre av
enue to seed street; .
Also, for aking a CINDER WALE on CENTRE
A Vt..NUE. from Kirkpatrick street to Miner
street. (Miners vine, )
Will be received at this office until MONDAY; Au
gust 17tu, 1868.
OFP ICE OT CONTIIOLLICE OF A LLEGIIENY l'O.,
• • •• • PITTOWILGU. 'AU.OI6t, a in, 1068.
NOTICE 'TO COAL DEALERS..
, SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
, otace until 1.7 Lb. inelualve; for
forulabing to .
10,000 Bush. good Merchantable Coal,
free from slack and dirt, to be weighed on the City
Scales, and delivered at the entrance to the Court
House and Jail; on Fifth and Hots streets. in quan
tities of six hundred buohels per day, until the
whole Is delivered. , .
Payment will be made b , Warr/tutu ;m the
County Treasurer when the ~o , t raet Is completed.
By direction of County O , llllWe-loners. ,
1 - ,A.l4t73E:xtrr,
OIc.BI.CE OF., CITY ENti.INZEit,. .4
Allegheny City, Aux. 5. 1868.
THE`PARK - COMMISSION will
receive proposals until .
THURSDAY, larn mer.-3 P.
For Furnishing* Oho Thousind Cubic
Yards of good River grovel,
To be delivered along the Hue of walks of COmmon
Forinectlicaticms and particulars inquire at this
Tha Commisoion reserve the right to reject any or
all olds. 1)A. Vic,
. Eitipt , dg Engineer Park Impromn.
TO WILIEAT 'GROWEES.
EUREKA Ammonium BONE,
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LINE,
The Allegheny Fertilizer Co.
SEWARD & CAMPBELL,
Mee, 866 Penn Street, Pittaburgh, Pa.
The boat lfertiliser In use, and feoognbled -y,
Farmers who have given it a trial, to the Mann:
and for raising large crops of Wheat, Rye, Oats,
.Pots toes, ea. We have published for grata.
lions circulation a pamphlet contaiming interesttli
and valuable statements of this Fertiliser, apples
which will be seat free to say sending u their a
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
ON THE IST DAY OF AUGUST,
WE REMOVED-TO THE
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS WARM
No: 4 Wood St,
Also, entrance on THIRD ST., Nos. 102
B. E. SELLERS &
TILE GREATEST MEDICAL DISC
LIND IE3 MY'S;
AU Diseases Arising from an Im
pure State of the Blood, such as
Togither with all other disorders from an improper
condition of the Circulatory Sys r tetn. Asa general
Tonic its effects are most benignant, and cannot
fill to benefit, when used perseveringly and accord
ing to directions. It Is purely a vegetable prepara
tion—not a single grain of mineral DOl3Oll enters
Into its composition, so that white it invarlabiy af
fords relief, and effects the mo,t wonderful cure,,
110 Overdone could lnjUre the most tendur Infant
R. E SELLERS & CO.,
Sellers' Cough Syrup;
Sellers' Liver Pills and Vermittige;
Johnson's Rhetimatie Compound;
And Boerhave's Holland Hitters.
FOR SALE ST ALL DRUGGISTS
Which TEN YEAIiB' ?MAL ln New York and oth
er Eastern elites has Droved a complete success.
'lit—Fading and Shrinkage are eotapletely avoid
Sid—No ripping apart neeessaiy.
3d—When freed horn dust, moths or their larvae,
the Carpet looks nearly as good . as new, save the
natural fading trom wear.
4th—When perfectly clean, a Carpet will wear as
long again. a desirable matter as a, mere point of
economy, to say nothing of loeks. .
ALL ORDERS LEFT AT THZ OFFICE,
No. 179 Liberty Street*
(Jr addreoeed to P. 0. Box 473, will rendre prompt
The Tax Payer, of the consolidated City of Pitts
burah. are her. by notified that the Mx Books are
now In the hands of the City Treasurer, ready for
Taxes and Water Rents paid betwien the Ist of
JUNE and the lut of AUGUST. willbe received at a
DISCOUNT OF FIVE PER CENT.
And between AUGUST Ist, and the 15th of SEP
TEMBER, at a
DISCOUNT OF TWO - PER CENT.
From the 15th of SEPTEMBER to the Ist of OC
TOBER, all taxes will be payable as assessed. After
the Ist of OCTOBER; FIVE, per cent. will !wadded;
and on the Ist of NoVEMBER, all unpaid Taxes
will he put Into the hands of Collectors WITH THE
FURTHER ADDITION OF FIVE PER CENT.,
making a difference of FIFTEEN PElt CENT;
between those paying IL July and those paying In
la - The d 'ATE MERCANTILE LICENSES are
now one, ands , ould be ptld on or before Ow let of
July, to save cost and expense of suit.
DRAIN PIPE.-HALL & ADAPTS'
SUPEMOR ARTICLE OF A
DRAIN PIPE ,
sizes, * from one to twenty-four Imbue at WEL
DON' k. ERLLTI3, agents roe Manufeettirers, 144
Wood-street, between Fifth and 81zt0 etreete.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Please take notice that my wife. BARBARY
ZANG, has lefc my home and bed without any Just
cause, and I hereby give public notice not to trust
her on my account, as I will boc be' responsible far
any of her .i.ontracts.
tINDIA RUBBER BELTING AND
STEAM PACKING.—A full stock on hand at all
meg, and of the best quality. Parties wiahiug to
tit up mills or shops where Belting to required, will
end our priced as low ea can be had in the East, and
reight Saved. •
J. a H. PHILLIPS,
.• 410 and SIM st. Clair streo.
Omer. Or CIIT ENGIN/AND AND !SURVEYOR, /
. I'lttetnirgh, August lit, 1808,
THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE
"Nie,olson Pavement" on Fifth St.,
Is now ready for examination, and can be seen at
this ogioe until
TITEBDAY, ATTOUST 11Th, 1889,
When it will
. be returned to the City Treasurer's
()Mee tor od..t ellen.
maims 11. J. hIOURE. Mi . Engineer.
BARR & ROMER, ,
PiII:TIT ROUSE ASSOCLATION BUILDINGS, Nos.
I and 4 St. Clair Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. Specie.
attention given to the designing and building Of
SOREN Ramp and PUBLIC IiIIILDINGS.
Directly Opposite St, Charles ll
KNOWN T . O MAN.
FOR THE CURE OP
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
general Debility, Boils,
Pimples on the Face,
Sore Eyes, Scald Head,
Loss of Appetite,
Old and Stubborn Ulcers,
Hole "Prop rlcio
ALSO, PROPRIETORS OF
GEO. L. liteeLysiTOCK,
J. L. DILLINGER
For the sale of FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE.
LICLUORS, WINES, BRANDIES, &c
No. 87 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa
ail' LIBERAL ADVANCES made on consign
ments. ' _ J3431:t78
.1. B. CANFIELD • A. 1". ,. CANFIELD.
4. B. CANFIELD Si, SON, COIII
-0 31ItiSION MERCHANTS, and Wholesale
milers in Goshen ' Factory. Hamburg and W. R.
Cheese. Butter, Lard, Poi k, Bacon, Flour,Fish,
Dried Fruit, Grain, Pig Lead, Pot, Pearl - an d S •ds
Ashes, 41 , bite Lime, Linseed, Lard, Coal and Car
bon Oils, No. 141 First street. Pittsburgh.
WATT, LANG & CO.,_
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries. Flour, Grain, Produce, Pro
visions, Fish, Cheese; Carbon Oil. dm.,
Nos.. 172 and 174 WOOD STREET, near Liberty
etre& Pittsburgh, Pa. - n08:n66
STRELP. J. A. EiTELIi.
MSTEELE & SON, , ,
AND DEALERS IN
P.I.ASOUIt, GRAIN , FEED,
No. 95 OHIO SPREE'. near East Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
JAMES D. lIKANOR JOS' HARPER.
MEANOR & HARPER,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PRODUCE
COMMISSION" MErt , CI - lA.i\TTS
3219 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH.
REFERENCES—J. G. Martin, Cashier Mechanics'
National Bank; J. S. Dilworth Sr, Co., R. T. Ken
nedy'Sc Bro. Ja31:124
PETER KEIL JAS. F. ILICLIARI s
KEEL 151. RICHART,
AND DIC.ALYIIB IN
FLOUR, GRAIN; SEEDS, MILL FEED, &c.,
849 Liberty St., Rittsburgh, -
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 390 PENN STREET
ALEX. M • HANE
McBANE & ANJER,
, Dealers In FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE GEN
ERALLY, No. 141. WATER STREET, above
Smithfield, Pittoburgh. le s
_FETZER & ARMSTRONG,
FORWANDING AND COMMISSION MIIRCHANTB,
For the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard,. Butter,
Seeds, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, No. 10
MARKET STREET, corner of First, Pittsburgh.
fe22.: u 8
JOIIN I. DOUSE . EDW. HOUSE W. IL HOUSE.
TOHN I. HOUSE & BROS., Suc
cessors to JOHN I. HOUSE reo., Wholesale
tric , ers and Commission Merchants, Corner of
SmlLhtleid and Water Streets, Pittsburgh. Pa.
4RIDDLE, No . IS3 LIBERTY
• STREET, Pittsburgh, PCOD Mer
e aut and NVloilesale Dealer In Country Produce,
Oruceries and Pittsburgh Manufactures. Cash ad
vauecd on Consignments, and pald.for Produce gen
eriillY• _ aU2I
ANDREW' KNOX: ECNOX, & SON, COMMISSION
•NtEitcttANTSand dealers In FLM:It; c; V.AIN
tILL YEEI) and PRODUCE ti . .ENERALLY, No.
.79 DIAMOND, opposite City Hall, Allegheny City.
J J ITTLE, BAIRD Sr. PATTON,
Wholesale (roger, Coriamisslon Merchants and
eaters In Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Fish,
Carbon and Lard 011, Iron, NnliA, Glass, Cotton
Yarns and all Pittsburgh Manufactures generally,
11.4 and 114 SECOND STREET, PI [tabu rgh.
JOHN 81111 TON A WALLACE.
( HIPTON & WALLACE, WHOLE
8A LE (1110CF.P.S AND PRODUCE DEALERS,
. o. 6 SIXTH STREET. Pittsburgh. 1a12:r58
JOS. A. BUTLER,
ALDERMAN AND POLICE MAGISTRATE.
°Mee, 126 WYLIE STREET, near„Wialaltigton,
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions, Collections, and all other legitimate
bu sin ess e xectited• prole ptly. mhX:n9
Ex-Odiclo Justice of the IVace and Pollee Magis
trate. inner, ORANT STREET, opposite the Ca
thedral, PITTSBURGH, PA. • .
Deeds. BOnds, Mortgages, AcknoWledgments,
Depositions, and all Legal Business executed with
promptness and dispatch. mhl6
EUSTACE S. MORROW,
EX OFFICIO JIITICE OF THE . PEACE AND
OFFICE, N 0.73 PENNA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions and all Ifegaliduslness executed with
promptness sud dlepaten. . mr29
Justice of the Peace,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AGT.
CARSON STREET, EAST UIRMINGHAM.
Collection of Rents solicited and promptly attend•-
ed to.. my3:y6o
WILLL4.4 BAI U &ER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, CONVEYANCER, &C.,
Office, CARSON STREET, nearly• opposite the
Railway Depot, SOUTH PITTSBURIAL •
Business entrusted to his care promptly attend
ed to. myi:y6l
DANIEL McMEAL, M. D.,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
No. 59 Grant St., near nigh.
No. 87 Fifth Street,
SECOND FLOOR. FRONT ROOM
ATTO RN EY-0-1-AW.
Ocoee, lie Diamond Sireet,_
(Opposite the iourt Howe, )
No. 99 Diamond Street,
• C. MACKRpLL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
No. SO Grant.Otreet.
Fa 98 FIFTH STREET,
EX-OFFICIO mrricz or THE PEACE AND
0te0e,11.2 FIFTH STREET, o_p posite the Cathe
dral, Pittsburgh, Pa. Deeds, Roads, hip ages
Acknowledgments, Depositions and all Le kind
ness executed with promptness and dispate .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 87 Firth Street.
001 l Peas Wa nt Bounties aid Arrears of Pay pyrnaptly
A. K. STZYKNSON
MIIGH, FORT WlYl7..79c:::fteill:C7A;R:
W. AND CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R. R.
From June 7th, 1868, trains will leave fre ..
and arrive at the Union Depot, north side, city
time, as follows:
1 . -Arrive..
Chicago Ex.— 2:03 a m Chicago Ex... 2:08 a . ..
Cleveland Ex.. 2:03 am' Cleveland Ex. 2:08 a ..
Erie &. Ytta IN 7:28 am I Chicago Ex.— 11:23 a ..
Cl. &.Wh'gM'l 613 a m Wheellng Ex. 1108 a .•
Chicago Mail.. 6:58 a ISt. Louis Ex.. 3:33 p ••
Chicago Ex... 9:43 a m Cl. & Wh'g Ex 4:38 p••
Cl. &Wh'g Ex * . 'l:43p miErie & Yr nEx 6:13 p •
Chicago Ex .... . 1:58p mi Chicago Ex.... 4.23 p ••
Wh. &Erie Ex. 4:48 pn. Cl. &Wing Ex 7:08 p .•
Depart from Allegheny: Arrive in Allephen_y.
N. Brlgt'n Ac. 8:58 am, N. Itrigt`n Ac. 7:03 a ••
Leetsdale " 10:13 ain N. Brlgrzi " 8:285 •
11:513 am; Wellsville " 8:53 a• ,
Rochester '5 223 p m 'New Castle " 1013 a..
Wellsv'e Ace.. 3:43 p ini Leetsdale " 9:13 a..
Leetsdale Acc. 4:13 pm " " , 1:08 pm
N. Brigt`n " . 5:33 pm N. Brigt`n " 2:43 11 .
N. Brlgt , n " . 6:28 pmi Leetsdals" • , 4:53 p..
Leetsdale " . 10:43 pm " -1 . '7:28 pm
JiliF . l:sBp. m. Chicago Express leaves daily.
sir 11:213 a. to. Mena - Express arrives daily:
Jet - t • -F. It. MYERS, General Ticket Agent.
110111ENNS Y LVAIVIAL - .„ r ryzww..... , y,
.1., CENTRAL RAILIioA D. '4- 1 ..'...- - .'....... -
On arid after June 7th. •11369, Trains will (ar
rive &Vend depart from the, Union Depot, corner o
Washington and Liberty streets, as follows:
. Arrive. Depart.
'Mall Train.... 1:15 aml Day Express.. 2:25 a •
Fast Line 1:40 am' Wail's N0.'1.. 6:30 a ••
Wall's No. 1:. 6:20 am ; Mail Train 7:50 a..
Latrobe Acen 7:50 a m:•Cinclunati Ex 11:40 a •
Wall's N 0.2.. 8:50 aml Wall's N 0.2.. 11:51 a m
Cincinnati Ex. 9:10 ain IJohnstown Ac. 3:05 p.•
JOhnstown Ac. 10:35 a in] Bra ddocks Nol 4:00 p ~
Baltimore Ex. 1:00 p :n , Phila. Ezpres.. 4:50 p .
Phila. Express 1:20 pml Wall's No. a.. 5:10 p ••
Wall's No. 3... 2 . 15',nil Wall's No. 4.. 6:15 p •
Braddcicks No 1 5:50 p n. Fast Line 7:30 p ••
Wall'e No. 4. 7:15 pm!Latrohe Acc'n 8:50 pm
Altoona Acc'n 'Swissvale Ac'n 10:50 p..
and Emigrant •
Train ... ... . . 9:30 pm
The hnrch Train leaves 's Station ever
at 9:15 a. in., reaching P Wall ittsburgh at ,
a. m. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at 12:50 p. m
and arils es at Wall's Statibn at 3 :0 0 p. to.
'Cincinnati Express leaves daily. All other train
daily except Sunday.
For furtner information apply to '
W. IL BECKWITH, Agent.
The Pennsrlvania Railroad Company will not as- ,
same any risk for Baggage, except wearing for ap
parel, and limit their respo nsibility to One itundre .
Dollars In value. Alt Baggage exceeding tha
amount In value will be at the risk of the owner, nn
less taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,
AO _ ' General Superintendent, Altoona, Pili.,
WESI i eRN PtiNN:W E RIKWAR , _
Roir.D.—On and alter May 10th, 1868, the
senger Tiains on the Western Pennsylvania Rail
road will arrive at and depart from' the Federal.
Street Depot. Mieghfty-City, as,Rillows:
• Arrive. • Depart. •
Staingd'e No 1 6:35 a m !I'
Mall 8:15 a ist .
Freeport No.l '8:15 aml Freeport No. 1 9:10 ain
Express... .. . .. 10:15 a tri Sharplrg No:111:20 am
Sharptrg-No: 1 1:25 pen Express I:sopin •
Freeport No. 2 4:10 pm Bpringcl'e No I 3:so.pnk
Mall t 5:50 pin Freeport N 0.2 6:05 put
Springd.e No 2 7:10 p.m Sort ugd'e No 2 Th3o put
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Janet. eves
'Sunday at 7:40 a: m., reaching Allegheny 'City at
0:50 a. - m. Returning, leaves Allegheny 'City at
1:20 p. as. and arrive at Allegheny Junct. at 9:45
P._ 131 .
• OXII4ITrATION • TzczczTs—For sale in packarS of
Twenty,between,Allegheny City, Chestnut 9 reel,
Herr's, Bennett, Pine Greek,- gtna and Sharpsburg,
and good only on the trains stopping at Stations spe
cified on tickets. •
The trains leaving Allegheny - City at 515 a. sr..
and 1:50 r. 111. make direct connection at Freeport,
with Walker': line ofStages for Butler and Hannah's
town. Through tickets st r ee t be purchased at the
Office, No. 3 St.. Clair near the Suspenalont
Bridge Pittsburgh, and at the Depot, Allegheny.
For t b rther Information apply to
JAMES LEFFERTS, Ageut, Federa Street Depot.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not as
sume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap
parel, and limit thei. responsibility to One Handset
Dollars In value. All baggage exceeding this
amount to value will be at the risk of the Owner, tut
Less taken by special contract.
EDWARD H.' WILLIAMS,
myu. Getv—al Stmerintendent, Altoona: Fa.
QMOKT HILL ________ S
UNION PACIFIC' RAILWAY
The SHORTEST AND MOST RELIABLE ROU'I Z
front the Bait to all points In
Two Trains leave State Line and Leavenwortk
daily, (Sundays excepted.) on the arrival of tnains of
Pacific Railroad from Bt. Louis, and T I-nnitial and
Bt-sio Railroad - fr om ClulacY.. optinectinv at Law
renc , Tokeka and 'Omega with st.a..s for' all
points Karim,. At end of track weal of Ells
worth with the UNITED STATES EXPRESS CON
PANT'S DAILY LINE OF OVERLAND HAM
AND EXPRESS COAOHEI FOR
And all Points in the Territories,
And with SANDERSON'S TRI-WEEKLY LINE of
COACHES for Fort Linton, Bent's Fort, Pus, Alba--
luergee, Santa Fe, and all points in Arizona and
With the recent additions of rolling stock and
equipment, O and the arrangements made with re
sponsible verland Transportation Lines from Ha ,
western terminus, this road now offers unequalled
facilities for the transmission of freight to the Far
Tickets for sale at all the principal 'offices In the
Halted States and Canadaa.
Be sure and ask for tickets via THE SNORT
HILL ROU IA UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY.
TO 'LIVERPOOL AND
TUE INIRICAN MAUL
Numbering MUM int-Mass vessels, among theft
CITY OF PARIS. - CITY OF ANTWEPP__,
CITY OF BOSTON, CITY OF BALTIMORE.
CITY OF LONDON.
Balling EVERY SATURDAY, from Pter 45, North
Elver, New York. For passage or further Informs
*Soo apply to
WILLIAM BINGHAM, Jr.,
To FIFTH PTHMlCT.Aobrontale Belittler It
Needy opposite Pea COMoo, PS
On and after THURSDAY, March 6th, 186,
trains will arrive at and depart from the Depot, or.
tier of Grant and Water streets, a. follows: . •
Mall to from Uniont'n. 700 A. al. 6:00 P.
McKeesport Accornmodt' n.11:00 A. 11. 2:05 P. ar.
Ex. to and from Unlont'n. 3:00 p. tit. 10:00 A. M.
West Newton Accommod 'n 40. p
Braddock'. Accomtnodat'n 6:15 p.. td. 7:80 P. M.
Night Acc. to McKeesport-10:30 P... 14. 6:40 A. Yr
Sunday Church Train to and
from West Newt0n........ 1:00 r. 2. 10:00 A. NI
For tickets apply t 3
W. B. STOUT. Superlntend;V• kING' Agent.
HANGE of TIME. -
.. , c - ......, - .4m , :aiwz--‘•
AILEGYIENY VALLEY RAILROAD;
Ot•, and alter WED'S F.BI)AY, 7:25 P. st August
12th, 1868. TM) ritA ISS L:\li.y will leave!
Pittsbnrgle Station. se ,, rne.r Pike and t'sual streete.
for Franklin, 011 City, teuir.elo, and all point. In the
Oil megion , . '
Express 7:25D en
13rady's Wel An 3:23p ne
.Ist Soda Works
AItNIVE IN PITTSBURGH..
Writ 4:50 p tu.
xpress.... •... 6:05 a a.
It 'tidy& At 10.20 ais
ltt Soda Works
Aecomoria•ti. 7:50 a rta•
Accommis'o. 2:50 pia
Mixed WI. , T'ia 8:25 p
Hutton Acc n 8:35 a a
Armstg Ac. 6:20
Church Train leave l'ltt,burah at ron /:10 P. M. pAr—
rive In Pittsburgh at 9:50 A. at.
P4sbengers taking express train have but one
change of ears b. tween l'ittsburkh, Buffalo and Oil
Regions: Malt and Express Trains stop only at.
principal points. Mixed Way and Accommodattosi
trains stop at all stations.
TH. /HAS itf. KING, Assn. Sup`t.
W. FOSTER ti.o 2 e. Ticket A. ent. null
Accomod`n.. 11.00 a in
2d coda Works
Accomo.l•o7: 5:20 p In
Mixed Way I`.!n 6:20 at m
litilton Aced:. 6:20 a ni
ITTSBURG11 1 1"
CINCINNATI AND ST.
PAN HANDLE DOME
CHANGE OF T11417.—0n and after SUNDAY,
JUILP 21st, 1808, trains will leave and arrive at tha
Man Depot, as follows, Pittsburgh time:
2:p15 a. art.
m.„12 :10-a. M.
9:40 a. rd . . 7:15 p.
2:10 p. m. 11:20 a. m.
6:10 a. m. 7.65 p. m.
1:40 a. m. 3:05 p. m.
3:55 p. m. 9:30 a. to.
5:25 p. m. 8:5110 a. m.
Mall Express •
Mixed Way •
McDonald 's Acc'n, No.
McDonsid's Acc'n, No. 2.
SPEciat NOTlCE.—Sunday Express leaves at 2:19
p. m. arrivingin Cincinnati at 6:00 a. m. the next
The 940 a. m. Train
connect daily, Stiiiidays ex
cepted, and makes close ions al Newark for)
Zanesville -and - points a - Sandusky, Mansfield
Newark - k. E.
W. W. CARD, Snp•t., Sten
New Mexico, Idaho,
J. H. WE8827311,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
hi ar,V% f:/: '4=l
neral Ticket Agent.