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financial Matters in New York.
Gold Closed at itawg@i3a.;
EBY TOeitrapb to the Pittebergh Guette.l
~ NEW York, December 9, 1868.
morisT AND GOLD.
Money firmer; call loans 61g7 per cent",
with the bulk of business at 7. The Treat
i urer is calling in deposita froth depositorips.
Sterling firmer, with an increased demand
at 9x,99X, per ce?t. Gold higher and more
',active; the market opened at 135 N and
closed at 13530136.
Governments opened weak and u
. quently improved about y, per cent„ but
:closed weak. ] Coupons 1881, 114%@116; do.
111®111%; do. '64, 10734®107g; do.
'65, 108%108y,: do. new, 110%011010 do.
;'67,110,4@1104; do. '6B, 110%10110g; 10-40 s,
= BTATB BONDS.
State Bonds are quiet; the quotations are:
,Missouris, 89; New Tennesseea, 6854@i88%;
'North Carolinas, 63.
The Stock market opened strong. with
- New York Central 6le leading the list,
;and selling up to 126 34 on reports from
'Albany of extra cash demand. Later this
;was contradicted and Central fell to 124g©
424%, - exerciaing depressing influence on
the whole market, which deolimxi.
'considerably. Before the close, however,
Itie market became steady.
Fives-Twszerr Pitias :--Cumberland 88
©3Bg; Wells Express 2634©2635; Amer=
Amin 44@44g; Aaams 483<@4834; United
States, 45g@45%; Merchants Union 15g
0)16; Quicksilver 22g®22 ; Canton 4834
Pacific Mail 11.5g®115g; IJ.
Telegraph 36g ®36g; ..Mrtford and Erie
'.;634@.27/; Mariposa 5 ®6; preferred 20g
New York Central, 125r5125g,; Erie,
37 3 / 4 ®3B; Ao. preferred, 59@60; Hudson,
1127@ 127 g; Reading, 98®98 3 4; Terre Haute
i39©40; do preferred, 61%63; Wabash, 6754 ®
do. preferred Paul, 65g
1 - :P5%; do. preferred. 84g®84%; Fort
[Wayne, 110g©110g; Ohio and Mississippi,
›Av 4 ogso ; 1 Michi gan Central, 119 1 ,4 ©120;
.Nlichigan Southern. 863;©863‘; Illinois
;Pentral,l44®l4s. Pittsburgh, 84,1(04%;
..Toledo, loo31@gol; Rock Island, 1070
'_o7g; Northwestern 76%©763.1: do. pre
.erred, 79 34 @79%;' Lake Shore, 100 g; St.
Toe preferred, 92g.
• MINING MUMS.
Mining shires quiet; Gregory, 538; Quartz
'alit, 72; Smith dr. Parmelee, 430.
Coppei stocks at Boston—Copper Falls,
-,5%; Franklin, 15g; Hancock, .3g; Minna
:ota, 2; Quincy, 17. •
Exports for the week, exclusive of specie,
'New York Produce Market.
,•,• Ay Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
.1 11 C E be W it Y er °B an ic
tf 4,200 bales at 24,1825 c for middling
' 2; ~,•nd saloc better ; receipts 9,080 bbls; sales
- 2 P l l 2oo and b a bls ch a ie t il s sY,B3ota2sc6,2o.
business9.--C doing;otton aboutsales x
fo Fl r o s nr upe xu r o fin re e a s et ta iv t e e
• ,:end. Western; $6.80a7,35 for extra . State;
•,..•1••6,70a7,90 for extra Western; $8,302.0,90 for
'.•.. , 7 -;hitii wheat extra; $6,95a9,25 for round
:oeop Ohio; $7,50e9,00 for extra St. Lotde; $lO
'':" .. . -I '' , . - .112,25 for choice do., closing firm; California
huiet; sales 300 sacks at $6,75a9,75, via
• • '•,-.lorn; $10,508,12,00 via Isthmus. Ifye,Flour
; rm; sales 250 bbls at $6,50a8,50.- ' Corn
. " ,
• .•,leal quiet; sales 260 ;bus Brandywine at
' 1 3,80. Whisky quiet at 51,05 for Western;
!1,03}11,04 for retail lots. Wheat la2o bet-
, closing very quiet; receipts 3,145 bus;
.'fiefi 67,000 bus at $ ,55a1,59 for No. .2
. .'• . 'lnring; $1,90 for amber State and Indiana;
• ..,11a2,30 for white Michigan; $2,20 for
California. Rye dull; sales 1500 bus
•:•; . i'lestern at $1,50: Barley more active and
::shade firmer; sales Canada West at $2,15,
.ad State at $2,05. Barley Malt quiet.
• - • ,:orn: receipts 6,525 bush; market _without
. .-- '-'scided change; Sales 53,000 bush at 51,12 a
—14. i.. for unsound, $1.14 1 ,4a1,1734 sou
;,fixed western, $1,12 new do, and $1,12 for
- sr,ew white Southern. Oats less
- .des 59.000 bush at 77%a78%0 wes
• `!ore, and 80c do afloat. Linseed Oil firm
~ •'''.. 95a97c. Rice quiet. Coffee steady; sales
' • 000 bags .Rio en private terms. Sugar
side39oo hbds Cuba at llallggc. Mo
':' ` in fair request, sales 100 bbis New
•I:4leans at 64a75c Hops quiet at 10a23c for
. 4 ;tnerican. Petroleum firm at 1734 c for
I;, , ude, and 3244 c for refined bonded. Wool
-,:ore active and firni; sales 45,0001bs at 31a
;i3 for unwashed fleece, 45a481-ic for coe
•• ,•,-Zestern, 48a49c for extra and No. State
ad Pennsylvania, 48c for No. 1 State-and
~-ichigan, 48c for extra Michigan, 500 No.
-phio, 501;51c for extra 0hi0,75c for Canada,
;;;•.a9oc for scoured, 43a50c for super pulled,
=ad 421147 ' o for tubbed. Leather - Hem
'-';ck stole firm, at 28 1 4a293-ic for Buenos
i'vres and Rio .Grande light and middle
lifights. Coal; foreign nominal; domestic
:;ling at $ a 8,25 by cargo to range ofqnal
•:es. Pork firmer and quiet; sales 800 bbls
$25,75a26,50 for new mess, $25,75a26,00 for
1. do, $19,75a21,0 0 for prime $22,26a24,75
• , x prime mess, and $25,50a26,00 for thin
• res; also sales 500 bbls new mess, seller,
• unary, at 1325a26,25. Beef steady; sales
0 bbls at $13a16,50 for new plain mess,
• 'ld $16a20 for new extra mess. Tierce Beef
. ?let; sales 150 tierces at $30a34 for Indiaßeef
tassteady; sales 150 bbls at $30a32. Cut
s teady; sales 225 - pkgs at lc oulders, and 12a14 3 ,0 tor hams. Middles
lm and quiet; sales twenty-five boxes at
No for short ribbed, and 140 for long cut
ins. Lard, firmer, 930 tierces , lsal6c,
I , i t
:28M, Mg kettle rendered, also 250 fief-
-• ''.3 steam, seller for February,-15N. But-
ir steady at 25a40c, Ohio 40a50c. State ,
- sees° firm at 14a19c. Metals,Sheeting '
''• 4 pper unchanged at 33c, ingot opper less
• vler oand
u un t s e a tt n le d d
s a t t e 2 d 4 y a a % f 4 o oa r
4 a 2 1l
S knd c s h .
1 34a43e American Bar dull, at 110495 c,
Wined 'English and American Sheet,
=. • )ady at Ilyial2X. Russia N ails steady
r %as f; Cut 6%a7 for Clinch and 27a30
• Horse Shoe, Freighte to Liverpool 1
. let, and -unchanged.
t/ A T EST —F lour closed moderately active
saloc beer on low rades, with some
' • rt dema tt nd. Wheat g quiet and steady
. ; 1,513a1,58 for No. 2 spring. Rye dull at
4 49a1,50 for western. Oats quiet at 7734 a
for western in store, and 79a80c afloat,
I' 7 ilia dull at $1,14a1,15 for old mixed west,
~. ci instore, $1,17 afloat, and 51,12 for new
. Astern mixed at depot. Pork . firm at $26
• :ill for mess; sales of 500 bbls mesa, Jan
.2ry and February, at 825,50. Beef steady
• •-,b a moderate demand. Cut Meats steady
din fair request. Bacon very tirm with
rood inquiry. Lard firm with a good in
'ity. Lard firm at 15galfic for fair to
Imo steam. Eggs steady at 37a41c.
Telegraph to the Plttabergh Gazette.)
INCINh Decotnber 9.—Flottr dull
'5 unchanged. Wheat in fair demand at
. .5 for No. 1; 01,67 for No. 2 ? Corn—new
firm at 64a65c on arrival. Bye firm,
31,30 for No. 1. Oats higherand the
Irket firm, at 600 for No. 2, and 64a650
No. 1. Barley unchanged and dull.
per unchanged; receipts light. Ch ee
aye at former rates. Eggs, firm at c.
ly—receipts light and the market firm at
aid and sl7alB. Coffee in fair jobbing
nand and prices unchanged. Sugar
ler but not lower. Linseed oil firmer
h a fair demand at 97c. Cloverseed in
culative demand at $l3; holders asking
40. Whisky quiet; sales of 100 barkels
'Tc. Cotton firm at 230 for middling.
ea pork held higher and firm at 1124,50 a
Lard excited and held higher . new
gm at 14iie and kettle - at 154e. ' Bulk
its quiet at 9%0 for shoulders; ~al3c
;clear rib. and.13 1 4a1314 0 for clear sides.
° quiet; selling at 8/aBl4O for
alders; . 113/ 4 61110 for sides, and 12Y,a13c
L . hams. Gold, 135 y, buying. Exchange
at at 1-10
_discount buying. Sclar
; closed lower; whole range live, $8a8,40,
WI for light to extra choice.
- Chicago Market.
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
CHICAGO, Dee. 9—Eastern exchange flat
and easier at y i discount buying, premi
um selling. Flour—upper grades unchan
ged; low grades in fair demand; spring ex
tras $5,37%a6,75. Wheat in active specula
tjve and milling deinand; sales No. 151,23
al 27; No. 21,15a1,17, closing firmer at $1,17
fOr No. 2; sales of No. 2, since the change
at $l.lB. Corn-old steady and quiet at 800
for No. 1, and 75c for No. 2; new active and
2a2Kc higher; sales at 53a55gc, closing
steady at 55c; kiln more active at 60a
63c for No. 2; nothing doing thils afternoon.
Oats quiet and steady at 49849%e for reject
ed.' Rye fi rm and quiet; sales No. 1 at $1.15
and; No. 2 $1,14 in store. Barley quiet and
a shade firmer; sales No. 2 at 1.02;01,63M,
and' repted at $1,42a1,43, closing at $1,62
foriNo. 2. Highwines inactive and , nomi
nal at 93a940 for free. 'Provisions firm and
bnOyant; sales 1,700 bbls mesa pork, sellers
option for January, Februarrand, hfarch at
V23;50. Short clear sides 12%c. lard ac
tive and firmer at 15e for kettle. and 14%c
for steam rendered . Dressed Hogs steady
and Arm; sales at $9,250,75. Receipts for
the past twenty-four hours, 6,837 bbls flour,
34,401 bn wheat, 1,925 bn corn. 12,094 bn
oats, 1,422 bn ry4bn barley, 26,828
hogs. Shipmen tsbbla flour, 61,000
bu wheat, 18,13Rbn corn, 4,368 bn oats,
4,824 bu rye, 2,400 bn barley, 863 hogs.
St. Lout Market:
CBTlesrash to the Pltteburith Eiszette.l
Sr. Louis, December 9.4-There is noth.
Ing doing in Tobacco.. Cotton is quiet and
there is very little doing, With sales being
made at 23 / c for middling: Resnp is dull
with . sales of undressed at $1,05. Flour is
firm and buoyant for superfine and low ex
tras; sales were made of superfine at 55,10 a
6,15; extra at $6,25a6,75; double extra at
s7aB, treble extra to fancy at $8,50a11.
Wheat is stiffer at $1,45a1,75 for fair to
prime fall,' $1,80a1,85 for choice to fancy
spring; No. lis higher at sl,aq
and high. Corn
higher at 58a71c. Oats is acti v e ' high er
and sales were made at 54a58c. Barley is
firm, and sales were made at $1,80a1.90 for
prime, to strictly prime lowa. Rye is
higher, and sales were made at $1,20a1,23.
Pork has advanced to $24,50. Bulk meats
have advanced to 93ial0ct for shoulders, and
13a14c for clear sides. Bacon is higher, and
sales were made at 11,c for shoulders, 16c
for clear rib sides and 16 3 a170 • for cleat
sides. -Lard has advanced to 150 for choice
tierce. and 16c for keg. Whisky is doll at
950. The receipts for the past twenty-four
hours amounted to 2,200 barrels flour, 6,800
bushels wheat, 5,400 bushels corn, 4,600
bushels oats, 4,800 bushels barley, 1,000
bushels rye, and 6.000 head of hogs.
ly Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
CLEVELAND, December D.—Flour Market
steady and unchanged; the receipts by rail
are liberal and the stock is accumulating;
we quote city made treble extra white at
$11,25a11,50; double extra amber $9,50a9,75;
double extra red wintersB,2saB,so; double
extra spring s7,soa7,7s;axtra spring $7a7.25;
country made , double extra red and amber
58418,75; double extra spring 57,00a8,00; dou
ble extra - white 510a10,75. Whoat; there is
more Inquiry and the market is steady for
No. 2 red; the price ranges at $1,83 for No.l
rod winter; 51,70 for No. 2 do, and $1,60 for
No. 1 spring. Corn; market quiet; old No.
1 shelled held at 95c; new do at 74a75c, small
lots sold at 75a80c. Oats firm and steady,
with a moderate demand; No. 1 State held
at 600. Rye market firm and quiet; No.l
held at 51,38111,40; No. 2at 51,30a1,35. Bar
ley dull and nominal, at $2a2,05 for No. 1
Canada; No. 2 State $1,90a1,95. Petroleum
unchanged and firm,
small 2 for large
lots and 29a30c for small lots.
(BY Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gasette.l
BUFFALO, December B.—The Flour mar
ket is steady; sales are reported of 300 bbls
of city ground sold at 57a7,50; also 150 bbls
sold at $8 for spring; $9 for amber; $10,50
for white; also 200 bbls western spring
choice, sold at 58,50. Wheat is firm; sellers
are asking $1,45 for No. 2 Chicago spring
by the cargo; $1,42 for red. Corn: car lots
are selling slowly at $1,02 for old; 85c for
new. Oats are firm; car lots of western
sold at 6514 e. Rye is dull and .unchanged.
Barley is quiet and.sales are reported of
400 bush two rowed Canada atsl,9s; also
sales I,OOQ bush four rowed Canada at $1,95.
Peas are quiet; sales two cars Canada at
$1,40. Pork is dull at $25,50; Lard steady
at 18c. Highwines are nominal at $1,04 at
retail. Dressed Hogs are firm; sellers are
asking $.10,50 Az heavy.
CGTTelesrraph to tbe Plttabargh Gazette.l
LwAnirge., December 9.—Flour is dull
and firm and, unchanged. Wheat unset
tled at $1,27 1 ,4' for No. 1, and $1,17X for
No 2. Oats firmer at 48Xc for No. 2. 'Corn
nominally unchanged. Rye firm.: and
higher at 51,10 for .No. 1. Barley quiet at
$1,50 for No. 2. Receipts of 3,000 bariels of
flour; 27,000 of wheat; 10,000 of oats; 800 of
corn; 10,000 of rye. Shipments, 4,000 bar
rels of flour; 3,000 of oats; 1,000 of rye.
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
PHILADELPHIA, December 9.—'-Flour.
wek; lowa ,sconsin and Minnesota ex
traa family $7,5 Wi 0a8,25; Ohio do $9a10,50.
Wheat dull and declining; red $1,90a2, 00 ;
amber $2,10A1.t. Rye advanced; Pennsyl
vania $1,55. Corn dull and lower; sales
5,000 bush at 91a97c for new yellow, and
$1,15 for old do. Oats steady at 67a72c. Pe
roleum dull; crude 21c; relined adTanced
to 31a31%c. Whisky $1,03.
LBy Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
TOLEDO, December 9—Flour firmer and
quiet. Wheat la2c better; white Michigan
51,85, amber $1,82a1;83, No. 2 spring 51,30.
Corn, old steady, new lc better; old, No. 1
de , m new ned 58a6 72c,
Oats rejected 660, new con
lo better No. 1 600,
Michigan 59. Rye steady at $1,25. Clover
seed buoyant; sales at 67,50a7;75. Dressed
Hogs %c better at 9%a9,4c.
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh essette.l
LowsviLLE, Dec. o.—Tobacco at $6a12,25
for new lugs to medium leaf; sales 41 hhds.
Cotton at 22c. Hogs at $13a8,60. Mess Pork
at $25. Bulk shoulders at 911 c; clear rib
bed sides at 4334 c and 13%a140 for ,eleni
packed. Wheat at $1,85a1,90. Corn 60a
62c. Oats'at 5508. Rye at 51,33a1,35. Flour
at $5,2.5a6,60. Whisky at 98c for free.
IMPOSTS BY RAILRAOD ,
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAIL
ROAD, DineMber 9.-6 .cars iron ore, Mc-
Knight, Porter & Go; 2 do do Sboenberger
& Blair; 4 do do, Zug dr. Co; ido do, Wood
& Lukens; 1 car lumber, Me,Ewen . Bro; 3
do blooms, Nimick CO; 3do copper, T M
Howo; Ido blooms, Bryan & Caughey; 10
crates starch, J A Renshaw; 25 bps do, C
H Morledge; 1 bbl do, Kramer & Bohn; 1
safo door, I pc casting, McCullough & Co;
35 bxa hardware, Seccomb & Co; 46 bbls
glue, sdo oil, FW C Feld Co; 11 boxes
scales, Fairbanks, Morse & Co; 8 kegs, 5
bbls pearl barley, A.rbuckles dr, - Co; 1 bbl
apples, F G Craighead; 11 do apples, Dalin
ger dr, Stevenson; 'S _ do do, Vole, Mahood &
Co; 3do beans, P. Duff dr Co. I bx, I bdl
sundries, 1 ladder. M S Gebb; i 4 springs,
Pitts Cast Steel Sprii? r , Co.
ALLEGHENY VAL R,8., December 9.-r
-22 bbb3 refined oil, Dilworth; 90 carboys
acid, Lockhart, Frew & Co; 480 bbls etude
oil, ,Jas Wilkins; 2 pkgs eggs, 1 bag beans,
1 bdl hides. II G Crawford . 16 bgs buck
wheat flour. W H Kirkpatrick & Co; 1 car
metal, McKnight, Porter & Co; 4 can lime.
stone, Shoenberger & Blair; 5 pkgs raga II
Riddle; 9 rolls leather, J V Reed; 1 car
lumber; Rlei,Foster & Co; 13 bbls onions,
T C Tenkins; 2 has bwtez., L J Blancbard;
2 bbls,pickels, Chas. Wolf; 2 pails apple but
ter, Gl l 9 HuMbert; 80 aka oats, Adams' it
Austin: 4kgS p producQ, Le o Hoerr.
PITTSBURGH, FORT, vir ATMS & CHICAGO
11,Anueab. DeoeMber -9,-5 kgs apple but-
GH GAZETTE: TRU ESDA.Y, DECF.MBETI 10,
ter, 11 Rea Jr; 23 eke rags, W-Cooper & Co;
20 doz brooms, S Ewan. & Co; 1 bbl whisky,
John Seibert; 43 green bides, 2 pkgs tallow,
G N Hoffstott; 25 doz brooms, W M Gorm
ly; 1 dressed hog, Watt, Lang & Co; 32
bdls bed stuff, J W Woodwell; 12 bf bbls
fish, Munhall K Megraw: 1 bx chickens, 1
kg butter,Woodworth & Davison; lot oats,
S Hood; 1. car brick, Hussey, Wells & Co.
A.LLEGHEZZY STATION, December
1 car wheat, R T 'Kennedy & Bro; :1 car
clay, Shang & Co; 1 car lumber, T B Price;
2 bbls wine, Geo. Schleline; 3 kegs butter,
1 bbl egcrs. J N Simeon; .1 car barrel head
ings. J M Hemphill; I pkg leather, A , & J
Groetzinger; 210 bdla paper, Frazier &
Metzger; -1 car lumber, Nanz & Co; 1 car
stone, John Shearer; 150. locust post, Mc-
Curdy & McGinniss.
:The riv;r is again fal li ng, with about
6 feet in, t e channel. We could not get a
very goi;idi vie ty of_the marks, in cone- ,
wince of a larke number of coal baits and
barges 'being clustered around the pier.
The weather yesterday , 'weal 'exceedingly
cold. and at 4 r i 2a. the.mercury was down
to twenjtr. 1
The ilegheny River was pretty well
-covered with floating ice all day yesterday,
and in the evening it presented rather a for
midable appearance. We are fearful that
after last night's freerang it will be strong
enough to day to cripple navigation some
what, though it is hardly possible that the
river The will close for two or three weeks yet.
Grey Eagle, from Parkersburg,
and New State, from Wheeling, arrived '
and departed as usual. The latter boat was
considerably behind time, having been de- -
, layed, doubtless, by the ice.
The Glasgow departed for St. Louis last
I evening with a good freight list and quite
a number of passengers. Pilots—Thomas
Javens and Capt. Marsh Hays.
Capt. J. H. Lightner has taken charge of
the office of the Wananita.
The Mary Davage Barges, Captain James
Shedden, are filling up rapidly for New Or
leans. Shippers will bear in mind that the
Davage will be the first boat out.
The Camelia, Capt. Thos Poe, clerk, Geo.
Shlane, is filling up slowly, and will be
She first boat out for Nashville. •
The Wild Duck and Barges left St. Louis
for Pittsburgh on Monday.
The St. Louis Democrat says that Capt.
John N. Bofinger is so completely dis-
gnated with tho Great Republic that he
will attend the next sale. Capt. B. could
afford to double the bid made at the first
sale; andtheir consider her cheap. She is
said to be In 'good order, and her ma
hinery, not • yet two years old, cost over
—The Argosy, is now plying as a packet
between Evansville and Memphis.
—The steamer Victims was sold on Tues
day at Gallipolis, by Deputy Marshal Rich
ardson, to Mr. R. R. Hudson, of Mason
City, for 81,095.
—The Tom Farrow and Barges left Cin
cinnati for St. Louis on Monday. She left
a barge with 150 tons at Cincinnati, and
took two barges with' 700 tons on to St.
—The St. Charles has been placed in the
packet trade between Cincinnati and Louis
ville, taking the place of the illfated Amer
ce, and will be commaneed by Capt. David
—Capt. D. M. Dryden has opened an
office in Jeffersonville, on Front street,
having engaged in the steamboat agency
and shipping business. He is an old and
—The St. Louis Republican, of Tuesday,
says: Captain Fred. Sebastian left last
evening for Pittsburgh, where he will con
tract for a new hull—on the part of Capt.
E. H. Durfee—on which will be pleoekl the
machinery of the Jennie Brown. -
—At the annual meeting of the Atlantic
& Mississippi -Steamship Company, the
following Board of Directors was elected:
Adolphus Mier W. J. Lewis, W.R. Sa Coates,
Theo. Laville, John N. Bofinger. m. Still
well, George Pegrarn, G. B. Allen, David
Gibson, James W. Goff, John J.,ltoe, E. F.
Dix and C. D. Blossom.
—lt is currently reported, and no doubt
truehat the 'N Union or
White Collar Line,orthwestern is negotiating for the
fast and famous Belle of Alton, tendering
their little clipper :Keokuk in part pay
ment, also that tho same Company will,
nextsieason, run au oppositiOn in the Illi
nois river against the present line, owned
by the Reonk Packet Company.
—The National Board of Tiede In session
at Cincinnati, passed the following resolu
tion on Monday: Reaolved, That the officers
of the National Board of Trade are hereby
instructed to memorialize Congress ,in
favor of the passage of an act to prevent i
the carriage of petroleum, or other nflam
mable 011 s, as freight upon passenger ves
sels navigating the waters or clearing from
the ports of the United States.
—The Omaha Brpublican of the 4th says:
Captain Jacobs, of the steamer Ida Stock
dale, and Captain Hazlett, of the Urilda.
arrived in the city on Wednesday evening
from their steamers. ........ The Stockdale is
frozen in about forty-fly& miles north of
Fort Sully. Captain Jacobs footed it from
here to the Fort, and from thence procured
conveyance to Sioux City. He left his
mates, clerk, engineers and crew in charge
of the steamer, who will winter with her
and protect her from the depredations of
the Indians. They will occupy their time
cutting wood to supply next season's fleet
of mountain steamers. The Urilda is
at Farm island: Captain Hazlett left a
stong guard of his crew to winter with and
clip the following from the Cincin
nati Gazette: In June, 1863, while the
steamer White Rose was on an up trip to
this city from St. Loins, a "difficulty occur
red between Captain George W. Dickerson,
who had Command of the boat at the time,
but now commands the Emperor, and the
bar-keePer (JanesSchooley) on - the White.
Itose, which restate." in the latter shooting
at Captain Dickerson. The bar-keeper
was almost constantly drunk. On the ar
rival of the boat at our wharf, Capt. Dick
erson caused Schooley and his wife Sarah
to be arrested, and taken befowthe Police
Court, where they . were discharged for
want of Jurisdiction. Afteward Schooley
and wife were re-arrested and taken before
United. States Commissioner Holliday, and
bound over to appear before, the drand
Jury. Then the matter was dropped,
Still later, however, Sarah chooley, wife
of the bar-keeper, brought S suit against
Capt. Dickerson, in the Hamilton county,
Court of Common Pleas, for false imprison
ment, laying her damages at $lO,OOO. The
defence was, that tile arrest was made
without • -silo nil with probable cause.
Capt. Di( 'Torday acquitted
by the Co
feet In caned.
CocirmATx,Dac. 9.---Weather clear End
The Building_ Committee of the WESTERN
PENNSYLVANiis HOSPITAL FOR') EC INSAN
at lilarriont. Pa.. will receive Proposals until the
10th DAY OF DECESIBELt. for tbe erectou and
closing In • '1,1313 Eastern Extension °Vile Hospital, ,,
according Or the plans and specifications adopted
and approved by them. , •
The planar and specifications con be examined at
the Hospital Until the time above mentioned for re
Proposals must be marked as such end tent to B.
MILLER, Jr.. Chairman of the Building Commit
t o h n el —l r l dlscre.
December.ho opened at t . te Hospital
The Committee Were.,
lion to reject guy or all bids no
story to the Inter
est of ihe institution or satisfactory to the commit
tee. By order of tie ,‘ •
• no2,4.sig _ BITILDINO,OOIdIdITIEE.
STAINED GLASII-P. Z. & D.
IMPORTANT 10 SHIPPIRS ,
~ n, MERYL:US. VIRIE.SBUDGA.DD NEW OR..
LIANS. — The
'WARY RAVAGE ;AND BARGES,
• I JAMES'SHEDDEN, Coinmander.
Will leave as above on
• THIS DAY, December 10th.
shippers' should bear In mind that the DAVAGE
will positively go through vrithOnt re-Worth:lS.
dN CHARLES BARNES, Agent.
larietta and ParVeraburg Line.
Lea; Company's Wharf BliM, foot of Wooistreet,
DAILY, AT 151 M.
MONDAYS AND TavnensTe.
84YABD A. S. Susfurev, Master
WZDNZEIDATI3 AND ilxruaDAYs ,
GREY EAGLE..(...... .C. L. BasaNAN, Mester
1/'reiglit, will be ieoetv a
E t all
S. tours by
.11MS ES Agent.
VOR NASHVILLE, DP•
i r i agrNa
Will leave on
EIIIRSDA.Y. DECEMBER 10116
for Evansville, Clarksville ant Nashville.
For freight or passage applv on board or to.
de4 Or. J. D. COLIANGWOOD. Agents..
UMF 74 M i I
20009 000 " B R'S OF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE,
Union Pacific Railroad Company,
- ILLSTEBN DIVISION,
Lying along the line of their road, at
$l,OO TO $6,00 PER ACRE,
And on s CREDIT OF FITS 'MANS.
For farther particulars, maps, dc., address'
JOON P. DEIMAZIJX,
LandConuntsatoner, Topeka, RIFINIL.
Or CHA9.,13. LA BORN, Seen
St. Loafs. Missouri.
STAINED GLASS-P. Z. &D.
FRENCH BURR MILL STONES.
French Burr Smut Nae,hines,
THE BEST WHEAT CLEANEBA J ÜBE.
Portable Flour and Feed Mills,
All narnbera and best gustily. For sale at
319 and 321 Liberty St., Pittsburgh, Pa
FLOWERS AND WAX FBITIT.
Oral, Square or Bound
Oriricx CItT.ENOINssB AND eIIIIVETOA,
£l2rnatradH.December Bth. 11088.
NoTicE.—The assessfnent for
Wading and raving
from Ltu Aley to the Allegheny Valley Railroad.
from Morris to Rush street, are row ready for ex
amination, cud can be seen at this °glee until DE-
C 811.Bbilt 18. 1868. when it will b.. returned to tuu
City Treasurer's °Mee for collec io
dee H. .1. ),UCTL°Ueer.
CLASS SHADES FOIE
FLOWERS esD WAS FRUIT,
Oral,'Sontre or, Round
ECONOMIZE YOUR FUEL, by
using . the
SRIVEI OEINTRIPOGAL GOVERNOR,
the only true and easily regulated Governor mule;
perfect in its °orations and truly reliable. A large
size Governor can he seen at th e n office of-PERCE
VAL BECKETZMeehanical gincer and Solici
tor or Patents, o. 79 Federal street.. Allerthelly
'City. the Only agent for this Governor In the West.
SPECIAL PATTERNS -P• Z• &D.
yBEIM FlSlL—llenJamin Pul.
PRE3i still continues to fa all city and coun-
IT orders for
• • :
FRESH WHITE LAKE FISH. SALMON AND BASS.
send to No; 45 'DIAMOND MARICETO,PItt.+•
burg n, or btsbld well known TWIN CITY ST A ND,
Allegheny mart et oat;
GLASS SHADES -P• Z. &D.
iqtl4loE--Those interested wall
./..N ple.se Ps ke,notice that,tho report of the Me wl
era in the matter of opening LAMMED A.VBN UP.,
In the en, of Pittsburgh. as monitied by the court
has been pieced In my hands. The assessments. if
not paid on or before JAN UAR i 6th. A. D 1869
will be died u liens in accordance with the law in
such cite made and provided.
J. r'. nt.AGLIII, CD* Attorney.
Pittsburgh, December 01h, 1808. . deT
GLASS SHADES FOR
FLOWERS AND WAX FRUIT,
Oval. Square or Bound
uric Off OMrici Bliftinn AYM mtvirrou,
rittabarel, Dec. 3, 1868.
NOTICE.—The ASSeSSlllelit for
the Construction of tho !WARD. WALK on
entre btreet. from Itllswolth Avenue to Walnut
litr, et. is now ready for examth Don, and can be
seen at this Wee until IV ED NE DAY. Dee. 10th,
1808, when 11 will bo returned t the City Treasur
er's I)ffice for Colleetion. __
CRYSTAL CLEAR Glass Shades.
• OFlrlOtt OF 01TY.ICNOINEER. t
Allegheny City, Dec. 1. MOIL I
POTICE.—The assessment for
Uradl g and roivlng TURN.KIt ALLAY. from
trey att. , et to old city line, In Ltie Third ward, Is
now ready for examluatlon' and can be teen at t..le
office tintIIiWADNEaIIAY Dreemb-r 9th. when it
will be returned to the Street Collriiiiibiume io 1 Col
cation. CliAtel.h.S I ifi.Vl:3,
4102:183 Civil Engineer.
,her clear and
rising with 8
GL4SS . MADE& FOR
FLOWERS AND, WAX TRUITi-
nuro or Round
CITY OF ALLEGHENY,
Timanritin's OrriCa, Lae. 4th. 1868.
THOSE . PERSONS WHO PAID
aasessments cm the Veers; street avid Mont •
gomery aTenne Beertn on or befdre the theiry of
November, MN, 'ive requested to return re.
ceipts to this office, and the redaction authorised by
Connell' Wit he refunded.
del - D. MAC MEHRON„ City Treasurer. •
GLASS SHADES-P. Z. &D.
OirtCo Or Orrr Exotrizza AM , flvitirsToo,
Deo; ti, 313819. f
0111:11E.—The assessment for
the construction Of Abe BoARD WAT Eon
entre avenue. from Xbapatrtolt stfeet to Zwart.s
corner; uow reads for examination, and can be
seen at tuts office natit WLDNINDA.Y, December
10, 1808. wb , n It will be returned, to %b. City
Tresaarer's einCIO for collection. ,
tellioloo Sonlieer. ,
HERNIA OR RVPTURE.
Hernia or BllilitUro cured•
Hernia or Rupture enrid.
Hernia or Rupture oured.i
Hernia or Rupturezeared.
Hernia or 'Rupture cared.
,Hernia or Ilevinro cored.
- Hernia or Rupture cured.
ernia or Rupture eured.
Capt. Tios. POE
Marsh , ' Radical Ours Truss.
RV.ter , s Patent Truss.
FiteWs Supporter Truss.
, Dr. Banning" Lace or Body Brace, fel
he eine of Prolapses Uteri, Piles, Abdominal and
Dr. S. S. Flt elt , s Stlver.Pleited Supporter
Pile Preps. for the support and cure of Files.
Elastic Stockings, for weak. and varieoee
Elastic Knee Caps, for weak knee Joints.
Ankle Supporters, for weak knee joints.
Sold at Dr. KEYSER'S,' 140 Wood St.
At Dr. 4 1 YSER'S, 140 Wood Street-
W. W. WALLAtIDI
U. J. mooRE,
• City 'Engineer.
Rupture or Hernia elm&
Rupture or Hernia eased.
Rapture or Hernia cured.
Rupture or Hernia cured•
Rupture or Hernia cured.
Rapture or Hernia eared.
Itaptnre or Hernia cured.
Bnptureor Hernia cured.
Also, every kind of Splines.
EMSPENSOBY BANDAGE ,
SUSI' EYSORY BANDAGIS.
A dozen different kinds
A duzen different kinds
A dozen different kinds.
Dnsg Store, Ito. 140 WOOD STREET, sign
• the Geld's' Mortar. Persons trztUng for Tresses
should send the numbs; of inches around the body,
immediately over the rapture.
sr DE; KEYSER will give hie personal atten
tion to the appliention of Trusses In adults and
children, arid he la Wiggled that, with an experience
of twenty years, be will be enabled to giTe satishe•
There Is no doubt whatever that diseases of the
lungs, or uliers of WhiteTer sort, on any of the In-
ternal organs may be, and are frequently cured, and
a complete condition of-health eetabliehed. If the
elaborative functions, Gf which the stomach is the
primary and most important one, are restored to a
condition to do the repairing of the Duman system
eleers or sores, whether open the longs, the liver
the kidneys or the bowels, or upon the legs, as Is
frequently the case, can be made to heal, and a corn
plete standard of health re-established.
We have frequently seen these restate from the
use of Dr. rEysrars•LllNG CDEE, a Rieman
and agreeable medlelne, * wbteh will Tipen up and
carry ouf of the animal econery all effete and used
up material. Dr. X. says that be has known the
most distressing and ti4rasslng eongbs, whose vitors,
tlons would threaten to shake the whole eonsUtu
tion to pieces, removed hi the maim of u few days
In long standing cases of consumption, or of tithe
sometimes fatal, but always troublesome and'auuoy
ng maladies,' known as catarrh, chibuic bronchitis,
rachitie or pharyngitis, it is a wonderful alleTia
ng medicine In the former and a cure cure In he
Da. KEICSIM'S Lexu Cyan IS ',waxen= By
SOMM OT THS MOST VALUABLE , PLANTS AND HIBBS
SHOWN TO BT lISISJUL AND CIIRATIVS. IN ALL DITTIe
BIOBATILD STATES OF THM HUMAN BLOOD, • ind
whilst It adds to Its plasma, It at the same time
stimulates, Featly but effectively, the Airy the
kidneys, the Um* and the glonnlar system to eat-
elent action to enablo n the body to take on healthful
actioh and eradicate the disease. ' The slot and sr-
Mated should boar is mind the virtriea of this great
medicine, and U those who are suMetenly alive to
the Importance of health, will resort to it in the
beginning...at •cohgti or, cold, there would be 6o
falling into deellnes and maid c'inlFlPtlon. I
Bold by the pose, dozen or 'Mee bottles at
Dr. Keyser's Great Medicine St lfe,
Ds. larrirays siesunarr OTIPICZ for 1;' ,1 .
SEILAIIIIMATIONS AND TES TRZATMTST
OBVIINATS DBIZAIIIe, MO PEA
STREET. rirriarAllit, PA. Oce Um fem.
9 A.,, x:iiatil • l. 1/L.,
.R.a ~ ~ 'sstie.
11011'11411U 18.6111 dna
CONNELLSVILLE it.R •
On and after TUESDAY. Noyember, 17th. 1869
trains will arrive at and depart from toe
ner of Grant and Water streets, as follows:
Mailto andfrom Trnionni. 7:00 A. X. 6:00 S. Xi
-EcKeesport Aocommodt'n.ll:oo Ai st. .51:65 1.
Ex. to and from Uniont'n. 3:00 P. Id. 10:10 Ai Ms
West Accomm , n 4: P. 1). 8:5 A. Ma
Braddock Newton .'s Accommodat od 'n 6:15 30
P. 11. 7:5 3 1)r. M.
Night Ace. to McKeesport.lo:3o P. Y. 6:45 AA Xi
Sunday Church Train te and
front West Newton 1:00 P. x.10:00 A.ll'
For tickets apply to
3. B. ICING, Agent.
B. STOUT, Superintendent, no2o
GE of TIME
0 44 EGELENY VALLEY RAILEOAII
-•,-' On and after MONDAY, November 9th, 1616 i
TWO TRAINS DAILY will teams Pittsburgh Sta.
tion, corner of Eleventh and Plke streets for.,Frank.‘
11n, 011 City, Buffalo, and all points us tbeon He. •
_eons. . .
WIATS ParrBlun6B. REITZ Ilf PirrestrnOrt..
Mall ..... . ..... 7:10a all 5:40p m
'Express........ 7:10 Dra Express .... ..• .. 6:30 a M
Brady's B'd Az 3:00p rady aIPd Ac 10:30 a m
Ist dodaWorke • Ist Soda Works ~
Accomod , n.. 10:50 i Accomoden. 11.301 tft
ad Soda Works d Soda WorkS /
Accomod'n ~. 5:00 p in . Anent:n(o6'n:: 3:45 pln
Church Train leave It sburgh at 1:10 1 k. 11. AX.
rive at Pittsburgh at 9:50 A. x. 3,
Passengers Asking expresa train brae but on*
change of cars between Pittsburgh, Buffalo and 011
Regions. Mall' and Express Tra ins step only at
rincipal points Mixed Way and ,Accommodasioll.
&sills stop at all itattons.
THOMA r• S
16 - 1, SING, Assn. Supt.
W. Tango HOPE. Ticket Agent. nog
rITTSIBV.R OII 9 ,-.
CINCINNATI AND T. - •-•*-•- • •.- - - ,
II 18 ItAILWA.T. - ' /
PAN HURDLE ROUTE. ~
ORANGE 01P TIME .- on and lifter 811110A.s.
N0v. , 22d, 1808, 'trains will leave and arrive at tare
Union Depot, as follows, rittsburgh time:
Depart. A W.
Mall Mono ' 3:13 a. m.19:13 a. me
Fast Line 10:13 a. m. 1:33 p. tee
Fast Express 2:88 p. m. 151:18 a. me
Mixed Way 5:43 a. m. 0:43 p. nie
McDonald e Acc'n, No. 1..11:518 a. m. 8:33 p.m.
Steubenville Accommod'n. 3:38p.m.: 9:484. m.
McDonald's Acen, No. 2.. 15:118 p.m. 3:111 p. me
Mir 2 :58 F. re. 'Express will leave dany.
1a:13 r. x. Mall will aril ve daily.
The :13 a.. m. Train leaves daily, Sundays el.
cepted, and makes close connections al Newark for
Zanesville and pilots in Sandusky, Mansfield
Newark R. It.
S. P. SCULL. General Ticket Agent.
W. W. CARD, Burn., Steubenville, Ohio.
CENTRAL ItAILROAD. • ••• -
and after Nov, 218th. 11938, rains will are
rive at and depart from the Union Depot corner of
Washington and Liberty streetsi as folloiss:
Mail Train.:. 1:30 Day Express.. 2:30 aEI
Fast Line.. ani Wall's N 0.1.. 6:30 a M
WalPs No. 1-18:20 s m Mail Train Bilo ara
BriedonAcc`n. 7:50 ain *Cincinnati Ex 1,11:15 p m
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 a m Wail's N 0.2.. 11:20 ain
Cincinnati Ex. 9:40 m Johnstown Ac. 3:25 pm •
Johnstown Ac. 10135 a m Braddocks No 1 4:210
Baltimore Ex. 1.45 p m Phila. Express 5:10 put
Phila. Express 2.05 pm Wall's No. 8.. 5:20 pin
Wall's N 0.8... 1:30 p m Wall's No. 4.. 6:15 pa
Braddocks NO 5:50 p m Fast Line 7:50 p m
Wall's No. 4. 7:25 p m Wall's/N0.15 /110 0 In'
Way Passen'r.lo:2 o p
The Church Train leaves Wall's Station evap
day at 9:15 a. m., reaching Pittsburgh at 10:08
a i m . Returning, leaves Pittsburgh st 1.2:50 p.
and arrives at Wall's Station at SI :00 p. m.
*Cincinnati Ex press leaves daily. All other trains
daily except Sunday.
n ml to
Tor Anther informano ol
W. 13:BECKWITH. Agent.
The Pennsylvanliltaliroad Company will not ails
sums say risk for Baggage, except for wearing sp.
parel, and limit their responsibility to One Hundred
Dollars in value . All Baggage exceeding UM%
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner. tubv
less taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS
General Superintendent. Altoona. Ps.
B 6H FORT
and arrive at the UlllOl
time, as fo h llows:
Chicago Ex.... 3:03 tin
Cleveland Ex.. ,3:03 a m
Erie & Ygn 'Mg .'7:518 a m
Cl. &Wh!g M . g. 0:2 Eta m
Chicago Mall. 0:58 a m
hicag.O Ex-- 51:43 r p 39
Wh. &Erie Ex. 4:1t3
Depart frost Allegheny.
N. Brigt , n Ac• 8:59 am
LeeNgtale 10:411a m
11;58 a To
Rochester " 1:33 pm
Wellsv`e Ace.. m
NLeetsdaleigt'n A "
cc. 4:33L3p o:m
TN.Brlgtla '• 6:518
eeLeetsdale " 10:43 pm
day church... 1:13 p aa
Are 1:43 p. m. Chicago
sir 11:58 a. m. Chicag
etiirNo change of cars
Chicago. Bleeping cars w 1
oils and Chicago.
F. R. MYERS. General
SYLVANIA BALL •
and after NOV. 224, lfiRS the res.
tenter Trains or. the Western Pennsylvania -Ball.
road will arrive at and depart from the Federal
Street Depot, Alleghezy Clip , as fellows:
Springd'e No 1 8:40 ain Mail • 7:00 aft
'Freeport No. 1
1021 Yreeport No. I 915 a s ra
Expret 40 am Sharpb"g No.111:90 in
iirairping'ru.i 1:25 pm Express.. . 2:45 pm
Freert N 0.2 4:00 p Springdle ''' ''
Mail 5;55 p rat Freeport No.'2 S:ASO p
Springd , e No 2 6:46 miSoringd"e No 2 7:10 p m
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday. ' •
The Church Trala leaves Allegheny Juliet. every
:Sunday at 7:40 a. m, reaching Alleg h eny City at
9:50 a. m. • Returning, leaves Alle g h eny Cltv at
1:20 p . m and arrive at Allegheny inset. at 3:48
CO)LIKUTATIOIC TICIECTS—For sale in packages of
Twenty between between Allegheny City, Chestnut street.
Herr's,Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and Sharpsburg,
and good only on the trains stepping at Stations apees
Bided on tickets.
The trains leaving. AlleghenY City 'At 7:00 a. an;
make direct connection at Freepop with
line ofStages for Butler and Hannah , . town. Through
tickets may b e purchased at tbe 0111ce..lio. 3 St.
Clair stree t ` near the Suspensiot Bridge PlttsbUrgh
and at the epos, Alleabea* .
For farther information apply to
• JAMES-LEFFERTS, Agent,
Federal Street - Depot.
..The Western Pennsylvania Railroad/ will not as•
s p ume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap.
arel, and limit their responsibility to One Hundred
Dollars in value. All baggage exceeding this
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, un
less taken by special contract.• . , •
EDWARD H. "WILLIAMS.
Sunerintendent. Altoona. pa.
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY'
The SHORTEST AND MOST RELLS.B 4I , , : 01:1:
from the East to all points in :
New Mexico, Idah4i,
'-, Oregon. .
Two Trains leave State Line and Leavenwo •-.
daily, (Sundays excepted,) on the arrival ot train ,
Patine Railroad from tit.. Louis, and ' , 'l...nnlbal and
St. Jo Railroad from Qulney, conneetin. at Law,
fence,. Topeka and Wamego with ste„cs tor all •
points in 'Kansas. At end 01
worth with the UNITED TX COM
PANT'S DAILY LINE OF OVERWarre DUX.
D EXPRESI3 cOACRE/3 FOR ~ .
DIVEItt SALT 1...1L1KV-4
d all rOilltB in the Territories,
d With SANDERSON'S RI
-WEENLY LINE Of
C AMISS for Fort Union, Bent's Fort, Pass, Alta.
liewrtiittee,xrcintuta Fe, an d al point! in Aemous ant
reeen additions of rolling stock and
equipment, and the arrangements made with re
sponsible overland Transportation Lines from Iti
wester n t e rminals, tilts road now offers unequalled
facilities for the transmission of freight to tue Fla
et* for sale at all the principal offices In the
United States and Causdas
Ile sure and SUN or tickets 'via THE fikIONT
gu,f, sou r ic,. mi rsurrio RAILWAY
' IteSTLIEK DIVISION. . .
Tan urinals men. aromas:an%
Numbertag axiom Int-chin veasels. =wig Um.
she salebnitell • •
" I aTT T Y ritmag.
Erst.A7.3s, from Tier
=ram Nisenum, Jr. •
inkinrom raieszr. ectirayijois
:meads impoosie ost
AYNETTS CHICIA B.
PIBITREM PC. R.
trains will leave fro=
Depot,. north aide. cal
Chicago Et... 2:13 am
Cleveland Ex. 2:13 a m
Chicago Ex.... 11:38 a in
Wheeling Ex. 11:13 am
St. Louis Ex.. 3:53 p m
Chicago Ex.... 4:38 p m
.CI. 9 Wh'g Ex 4:13 p M
I r e d l l4 l k u ß LTD:
Arrive is Allegheny.
N. Brigt.'n .S.C. -700
br.*Brigt'n " 0:88 a m
Wellsville " 9:53 a 11l
Lew Castle " 10:33 a m
Leetsdale - ' ' 9:13 a m
" • " 1:08 pm
IL Brigt'st ' " 2:43 pm
Leetsdale' " .8:53 p m
7:18 v in
day Lltureh... 9:58 a sci
.: Exprese leaves daily. .
e Express arrives daily - .
between Pittsburgh and
[thou change to Indisnap-
. 151 , C.IILLOUGH.
Icket . 11023
a. H. mr.eitsrza,
GOitent weight and Tiftet Agent
,a , ,