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Financial Matters in New - York
Gold Closed at 136;@136:,;.
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh liazette.2
NEW YonE, January 15, 1569
Money to-day easier than at any time
since the stringency abated. The supply in
excess of the wants of brokers and loans
'made at 6@7 per cent. with inZreasing bu
siness at 6 per cent._ Sterling at 6%@6%.
Gold firm, opened at 136;4, declined to
136% and closed at 136%@136%.
BONDS AND STOCKS.
Governments quiet and declined a frac
tion, but subsequently improved and closed
strong, on the denial by the Secretary of the
Treasury that the Government was now
selling or contemplating such action. Cou
pons of 1881, 112;4 @112%; 62%@
62%; do. '64, 109%@1093;; 00. 'B5, 109%
1093; new do., 108%@108%;' do. '67, 10834
(4)108%; do. '6B, 108%®108%; Ten-Forties,
United States securities higher and more
doing. = Missouris, 87%@90; old Tonnes
sees, 69y,@70; new do. 09%@693,; North
Carolinas, 66; new do, 63%@64; Virginias,
58%59; Levee Sixes, 68 do. Eights, 80;
Georgia Seveps, 90; Ala ama Fives, 63; do.
Eights, 'B9. ,
In the stockmarket t ere was a well dis
tributed business early in the day, which
culminated in great buoyancy and activity,
the prices being;'in some cases, the highest
reached on the present bull movement.
The speculative feeling ran high on New
York Central, Reading, Rock Island, Pitts
burgh, St. Paul, and Northwestern, but the
greatest advance was in Central, Rock
Island and Northwestern. The upward
move in Central was stimulated by rumors
from Albany that the Legislature had been
fixed, and that scrip dividend will be legal
ized. There was some heavy buying of -
Rock Island on the growing belief of large
swap dividend in the immediate future.
ParceLs of stock have recently been
sent to London, which has also ex
ercised an influence. Northwestern
advanced on denial of the story of further
issue of common stock, and the statement
that 4.700 shares of preferred had been
transferred on the books of the company to
London account. Pittsburgh is very fever
ish and it is stated that-the old party are in
stock again. The. general market closed
strong. Express stocks were heavy and
lower at one time, but all up again at close.
The Commercial says the difficulties be
tween the Express cempanies makes very
slow progress towards a solution, and dif
ferences are likely to seek settlements in
the courts. The American and Merchants
Union companies offer to release the Adams
company from the combination of
the 'several - -companies on condition
that the Adams Company issues to them
the very modest amount of 5300,000 of their
stock, the consideration being the restora
tion to the Adams Company of the routes
.It surrendered to the combination. The
Adams' stockholders are of course opposed
to this proposal, and an-application is like
ly to be made to the Court for an injunc
tion restraining the Company from making
such an issue. The'advance yesterday on
the Chicago and Quincy was on account of
rumors of 40 per cent. scrip dividend.
Five-thirty Prices : Cumberland, 38@
.38%; Wells Express, 25%@25%; American,
38@40; Adams, 57%45734; United States,
_ 4534; Merchants Union, 14%; Quick
silver, 23%; Canton 55@554; Pacific Mail
1233;@123%; Western Union Telegraph,
33%®34; Mariposa,s@634; do.preferred, 2134
@22; New York Central, 160@l60; , ;
Buffalo, Hudson, etc., 28; Erie, 38%
®38%; do. preferred, 63%@64;; Hud
son, 131@132; Harlem,l32@l33; Reading,
9696%; Terre Ifaut. 42; do. preferred,
67@6714; Wabash, 633-@63%; do. preferred,
7634@77; St. Paul, 75%@7534,; do. preferred,
94%@95; Fort Wayne, 121©121%; Ohio
and Mississippi, 33%@34; Michigan Cen
tral, 1184@119%; Michigan Southern, 90@
96%; Illinois Central, 144 ;4 ®145; Pittsburgh,
.88%@89; Toledo,-104%@104; Rock Island,
129@129%; Northwestern, 83; 15 "; do. pre,
ferred, 89@89%; C. C. &I. C. t _4B; Chicago,
Burlington and Quincy, 195; St. Joe, 18;
do. preferred, 108; Lake Shore, 101.
Mining shares dull; Smith and Parmelee,
Copper Stocks at Boston—Copper Falls,
15; Franklin, 13; Heels 70; Hancock, 3;
31inncsota, 2; Quincy, 22.
Clearances of Gold Exchange Bank, 08,-
Receipts at the Sub Treasury, 81,846,353;
payments, 51,149,767; balance, 5E2,060,119.
The quarterly bank statement shows a
decrease of liabilities of 84;015,667.
Markets by Telekraph.
NEW YORK, January 15.—Cotton is a
shade firmer; sales were made 0(5,500
bales at 2935a2931e for Middling Uplands;
also 4,000 bales sold in transit. Flour—Re
ceipts were 3,180 bbls, the market is dull
and saloc lower; 5,100 bbls sold at55,70a6,20
for superfine State; western, $6.75a7,20; ex
tra Slate, $6,50a7,65: extra western, 17,80 a
9,50; white wheat extra, $6,80a9,10; R. H.
0., sBa9; common - fair extra St. Louis, $9,50
a 12,50; good choice do. closing dull: Cali
fornia flour nominal at $5a8,25 for old; new,
18,50a11; sales of 400 bbls choice Oregon
flour sold at $11,25. Rye flour Is ouiet and
drooping; sales were made of 206 bbls at
.$5,504,65. Corn Meal is in moderate re
cuest and Brandywine sold at 55,20. Whis
ky is quiet and firm at • $1,04 for 'western,
free. 'Wheatreceipts were 94,765 bush,
nearly all of which was California; prices
slightly favor buyers with more doing;
- sales are reported of 75,000 bush at $1,57a
1,61 for No. 2 spring, in store and afloat;
11,85 for red western; 52,10 for white Cali
fornia: Rye quiet; sales 600 bush western.
at $1,50a3,00;, Southern Barley in fair
requeit anda shade firmer; sales of 16,000
bus Canada West .at $2,15a2,16. Barley
Malt quiet. Corn—receipts, 25,037 bus;
about is better for new; sales of 48,000 bus
at 92a95c for new mixed western; 96a97c for
yellow western; 96ca51,00 for white South
,ern; 88a890 for common straw colored
Southern. • Oats heavy; resittipts, 3,000 bus,
with sales of 32,000 bus western, afloat, at
78a78y,c; nominally 76a76Nc for do. in
store... Rice quiet. Coffee active and steady;
aa1...0 4 14,298 bags Rio on private terms.
Sugaisteady and quiet; sales of 290 httds
Cuba at 1133a11igc. Molasses steady; sales
of 393 hhds and 30 ten cloud at 40c, and 75
bbls New • Orleane at 70a76c. Petroleum
firm: sales of 450 bbls at 210 for crude, and
-35 c for refined bonded. Hops quiet -at 10a
180 for American. Linseed Oil firmer. at 990
Spirita Tarpentine quiet at 52a530.
Pork dull and heavy, with sales of 530
bbls at 529,00a29,25 for new mess; $28,25
a 28,50 for old do, 124a25,25 for prime, and
and 527,50928,50 for - prime mess; also sales
250 bbls new mess, seller, •February, at 529.
-Beef quiet, with sales 120 bbls at $9a16,50
for new mess, and $14a19,50 for new extra
mess Tierce Beef steady, with sales 635
tierces at $27a30; prime mess 1530a36. Beef
Hams dull, with sales •150 bbls at $30a34.
Cnt meats quiet, with sales 175 pkga at 123
313 c -for shoulders, and 14a170 for hams.
Dressed Hogs heavy at 133<,a13,ie for west
and 143ya14N0 for city. Middles dull
and heavy, with sales 150 boxes at 14 4o
for Cumberland cut, and 15 1 ,016 c for short
ribbed. Lard heavy and lower, with sales
480 tierces at 18a19c for steam, and 19a19 %o
for kettle rendered; also 'sales
seller and buyer,February, March and
April, at 18%a191. Butter steady at 33a
40c. Cheese firm at 16a20c. Freights to
Liverpool more steady, with engagements
per steamer of 7,500 bush corn at 7%d, and
15,000 boob wheat at Bd.
Latest—Flour closed dull, without deci
ded change in price. Wheat dull; winter
steady for spring, with moderate, export
demand. Rye dull at $1,50 for western.
Oats dull -at 76a76 1 /, for western. Corn
:steady, with moderate demand at 92a95 for
new mixed western; old mixed western
- nominal at $1,07111,1.10 in store and afloat.
Pork dull at t 28,754.9,00 for mess cash and
regular and seller February and March.
Beef steady and in moderate demand. Cut
Meats nominal. Badon quiet and without
decided change, Lard unsettled at 16Xa
181. for good to prime steam. Eggs33a34.
Dry Goods.—The Dry Goods market con
tinues active for cotton goods under the re
cent advance in raw material, but closed
heavy. Brown Sheetings firmer, with
sal es cf Lawrence Cat 17c. Atlantic A still
continues at the same price, but the ten
dency is strongly upward. Bleached Mus
lin& in active request and firmer. New
York Mills are put up to 2735 e, while Warn
sutta is selling at 2335a250 for all cotton
fabrics. The tendency in fact is strongly
upward, In Woolens the trade remains
a little quiet but is still hardly established.
CHICAGO, January 15.—Eastern Exchange
less firm at 1-10 premium selling, and 1-10
off buying. Flour dull at 55a6 for low
grades to fair spring extras. Wheat de
pressed and Xalc lower on No. 1; sales No.
1 at 51,20a1,22; No. 2, $1,12Xa1,13 cash, and
51,12 , sellerlhirty days, closing at 51,12 X;
sales No. 2 this afternoon at $1,13. Corn in
fair demand and XaXc lower; sales new at
523;a5334c; no grade. 48305035; No. 1,64 c
seller March; 67a68c seller last half of April,
and new at 53Xa54c buyer January, i closing
at 53c for new, and -49 c for no grades;
nothing doing this afternoon. Oats quiet,
weaker and XaXc lower; sales No. 2at 47a '
480, and 45Xa46e. for rejected, closing at
473;c for No. 2. Rye tame and dower;!
sales No. 1 at $1,15a1,17, and No. 2 at $1,14,
closing at 51,16 for No. 1. Barley weak and
dull, 2a4c lower; sales at $1,6541,68 for
No. 2, cash, and 81,6601,69 for sellers this
month; closing dull at 51,65 on spot. High
wines feverish, with sellers at 94c; closing
with sales at 95c.. Provisions dull and low.
Mess pork 528,50a529,00; closing at 528,25.
Lard inactive; nominal 18X. Green hams
quiet, at 15;40; sweet pickled hams at 16c
for' buyers for the month; sellers, but no
buyers, of shoulders at 1134 c; rough sides
23j4c; short ribs, 14c. Dressed hogs dull,
50a75c lower; closing dull at 511,25411,60
for soft, and 511,50a512,00 for frozen lots,
dividing on 200; live dull, 15a20c - lower;
sales at 59,50a511,00 from common to good.
Shipping beef cattle steady, less active,
14,50a55,10 for butchers, and 56,75a57;00 for
medium. ' to good. Shipping receipts past
24 houses 1,064 bbls. flour' 44,292 bushels
wheat; 41,925 bush corn; 16,151 bush oats;
2,204 bush rye; 3,875 bush barley. Shipped,
6,516 bbls flour; 8,398 bush wheat; 16.684
bush corn; 12,364 bush oats; 684 bush rye;
1,857 bush barley; 5,561 hogs.
ST. LOUIS, January 15.—Tobacco steady
and unchanged. Cotton and Hemp; no
sales. Flour dull and drooping, with no
shipping demand; superfine 56,75; double
extra 56a8; treble extra to fancy 58,75a11,50.
Wheat dull and best grades nominally
lower, with very little done; primal') fancy
fall quoted at 51,50a1,90; spring dull at
51,323, for No. 1. Corn firmer at 63a70c.
Barley steady at 52,00a2,25 for choice to
fancy spring. Rye sold at 51,25. Whisky 95c.
Pork dull and lower; jobbing at 529a29,50.
Bulk meats weak and lower, jobbing at
1235 for shoulders, 16 ,for clear sides, city
packed, loose meat sold at 11X, shoulders,
14X, hams 15%, Clear Sides and Bacon
easier, jobbing at 13X. Lard dull and
weak, with no sales; choice not quotably at
over 1834. Hogs lower at 9alo. Cattle
steady and firm at 3a7. Gross receipts—
Flour, 3809 barrels; Wheat. 3900 bushels;
Cat'. 2800 do; Oats, 12,000 do; Barley, 800
do; Hogs, 2000.
MILWAUKEE, Jail. 15.—Flour dull and
weak; prices' unchanged Wheat lower at
-51,17 for\ No: 1 and $1,1034 for No, 2. Oats
dull at 48 for No. 2. Corn steady at 62c for
new. Rye firm and higher at 51,11 for No.
1. Barley nominal at 51,65 for No. 2. Pro
: visions dull and loWer. City Mess Pork
827,75a28,00. Hams 15 XalsX. Prime City
;.Lard 18X. Receipts-2,000 barrels Flour:
.i 53,000 bushels Wheat; 2,000 bushels Oats;
12,000 bushels Corn; 300 bushels Rye; 1,000
bushels Barley: 1,000 Dressed Hogs. Ship
truants-1,000 bushels Wheat.
PHILADELPHIA, January 15.—Flour dull;
lowa and Wisconsin extra family 57,25.37,75,
Minnesota do. $7,10a8, Ohio do. $8,50a9,50,
fancy 511a13. Wheat dull and declined-sc;
red:51,82,00, amber, 52,05a2,08. Rye $1,60
a 162. Corn'heavy and quiet and less of
fering; new yellow 87a90c, White 85a87c.
Oats dull; western 72a75c. Cloverseed ad-
Yanced; sales at V. Petroleum higher; no
crude offering- Provisions less active;
Mess Pork 530a30,50. Whisky dull at 51,01
LoursvntE, January 15.—Tobacco; sales
of 77 hhds; market firm; lugs to medium
cutters $4,50a17,25. Cotton 2814 c. Mess
Pork $29,50a80,00. Lard 19a19%c. Bulk
Meats; shoulders 12/al2 4c, clear rib sides
15a153.4c; clear sides 16 1 4a16%; packed.
Bacon; shoulders 14x14 / c; clear rib sides
17a17licc clear sides 173a18c, packed.
Flour; superfine $5,50a6,00. Wheat sl,Boa
1,90. Corn 58a60c. Rye $1,40. Whisky;
raw free $l,OO.
MEMPHIS, January 15.—Cottbn quiet and
firm at 29c; receipts-1.484 bales; exports
-157 bales; week's receipts-6,579 bales; do.
exports--5,033 bales; stock on hand-10,167
bales. Flour quiet and steady. Corn at
68a70c. Oats at 65a68c. Hay at $24a25. Bran
at 23a25c. Pork at $3O - Lard at 20a21c.
Bulk Meats firm, with sales shoulders at
12%c; clear sides at 16%c. Dressed Hogs
at 113412 c.
- TOLEDO, January 15. —Flour quiet.
Wheat a shade better: No. 1 white Michi
gan $1,45, amber $1,70, do sellers - for Janu
ary $1,73, do to arrive $1,72%. Corn 1 1 ,0
better; new 62;063%, vew rejected 60c,
kiln dried 65c. Oats unchanged at 56c for
No. 2, Rye: No: 1 $1,29, and No. 2 $1,25.
Barley: Canada $2,05. Clover Seed 25c bet
ter, at $9,25. Hogs $12,34a13;00.
BALTIMORE, January 15.—Flour dull and
unchanged. Wheat dull; sales prime Penn
sylvania $1,75a1,80. Corn dull; prime white
85a86c. Oats firm at 70a75c. Rye $1,45a
1,55. Mess Pork firm at $30,50. Bacon ac
tive; rib sides 17gc ' clear sides 173;c.
shoulders 1430100, hams 19a20c. Lard
firm at 20c.
CLEVELAND, January 15.—Flour dull and
quiet. Wheat—salesl,soo bush No. 1 red
winter at $1,75; 3 cars No. 2 at $1,63. Corn—
sales 1 car at 69c. Oats held at 630. Pe
troleum firm,. but inactive and nominal;
refined held at 32a33c, in car lots; standard
white at 34a35c, in trade lots.
IMPORTS BY RAILRAOD.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO
RAILROAD, January 15,-1 car metal, Union
lron Mills; 00 bdls bides, G N Hoffstott; 108
do do, Chas Keefer; 15 bbls whisky, 2 do
brandy, lh-cask fi0,,110 bgs screenings Jas
RFinch & Co; 400 blabs flour ' owners; 100 do
do, John McDevitt; 100 'do do, Watt, Lang
& CO; 100 do do, R Robison& Co; 1 car mid
dlings; McCune & Bro; 5 bgs buokwheat
flour;R Shiver & - Co; 200 aks flour, W ,
Haslage & Co; 1 keg butter; 1 bbl eggs, P
Duff & Son; 2 cars corn, Bricker & Co; 2 do
do, Scott & Gisal; 1 do do, J W Simpson; .17
cars iron ore ' Shoenberger I Blair; 30 bbls
buckwheat:flour, 3 do rye flour. Little,
Baird & Patton; 279 lidls handles, Postley,
Nelson & Co; 30 nests washbowls, H Lamg
hamp; 4 pkgs honey, John Daub; 115 bgs
rye, 60 do corn, 1 car corn,McHenry &
Hood; 10 half dos brooms, J ohn Porterfield;
1 car staves, Ralya. I Robertson; 3 dressed
hogs, J Allen; 1 car staves, M P Adams &
Bro; 1 car hay, J McFarland; 151 green
salted hides, 2 bales dry hider A Hammett
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD, Jan
uary 15.-240 bbls oil, Fisher& Bro; 400 do
do, D M Edgerton; 800 do do, Model
Works: 320 do do, Owston Sowers; 160 do
do, L Roes & Bro; 14 sks oats. 6 do rye, J
Graham; 12 do do, 5 pkgs butter, 2 do eggs,
Gallagher tit Campbell; 46 bbls dry apples,
Voigt, Mahood (St Co; 51 sks_r,ye, R Robin
son & Co; 10 do do, H Rea Jr; 3 bbls flax.'
see - d, 7 sks rags, John Wilson; 1 car metal,
McKnight, Porter & Co; 1 .do do, John
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAIL
ROAD, January 16.-12 cars iron ore, Shoeu
berger tit Blair; 4 do do, McKnight, Porter
1 car copper, C 0 Hussey dr. Co; 5 cars bar
ley, 1) It Galway; 3 care oil, Wrn Mc-
Cutcheon; 1 car pig iron, Wm Smith; fdo
barley, J M Carson .5t Co; 60 half bbl her
ring, 70 do white fish, Arbuckles Co;'2s
do do, 25 do herring, Atwell tit. Lee; 50 do
do, 25 do white• tish, 10 bbls apples,
Biddle; 10 do larger beer, J Kessler; 30 ht
,p17.T5.,110,10ij:( 7'q.Az5g:.,171` . 5. , ;.:
bbls herring. 30 do white fish, Thomas dr.
Bro; 1 bbl oatmeal, 4 kegs pearl barley,
Hagan & McCarty; 10 dodo, Seglimyer &
Teskamp; 7 bbls.- 1 bx poultry, J Fulton;
34 crocks,7 kegs apple butter, H Schnel
bad]; 50 s corn, H Rea Jr; 1 bbl tallow,
1 do onions, 7 sks cornmel, 2 bbls beans, 2
do dry apples, 1 bi butter, Voigt, Mahood
& Co; 1 car rye, D Wallace; 25 bbls whisky,
J Bryan; 96 bgs corn, I Dickey & Co; 36 sks
oats, Brown & Williams.
ALLEOHENY STATION. -January 15.-1
car wheat. R T Kennedy & Bro; 3 cars flax
seed, M B Suydam; 10 bbls whisky, H
Hespenheide; 12 hides, 5 calf skins, James
Callery: 2 cars staves, Ralya & Roberstoti:
7 cars limestone, Superior Iron Co; 5 cars
metal, Pittsburgh Iron & Forge Co; 38 bbls
apples, J M Early 2 cars iron ore, Spang.
Chalfant & Co; 2 bbls dry apples, 4 do
beans, 1 do butter, Rose & Ewing; 3 bbls, H
The weather continues soft and exceed
ingly unpleasant, which tends to retard
business, especially at the landing, which
is in a very bad condition for teaming. It
was dark and cloudy all day, with a driz
zling rain towards evening, and the snow
is rapidly disappearing. The mercury
stood at 38 nearly all dey..
These was not a single arrival aside from
the regular packets. The Camelia, from
Nashville, was due last night, and will
doubtless be found in port this moaning.
The R. R. Hudson, for Cincinnati; Grey
Eagle, for Parkersburg, and Kenton, for
Portsmouth, constitute the departures.
The New York, Captain H. C. Richmond,
will positively leave for Nashville this
evening, and passengers and shippers
should bear this in mind.
The Alessenger, Captain Jesse Dean, is
announced for New Orleans forthwith, as
is also the Maggie Hays, Captain B. C.
Martin, for St. Louis. These are both tip
The Hudson left here with a fair trip,
and she has considerable freight engaged
—The Sallie left Cincinnati for Pittsburgh
-There was a rumor at Clarksville on
Monday that a daily line of packets was to
be organized, to ply between that point and
—Cairo will probably send delegates to
the Tennessee River Convention to be held
at Chattanooga, Tennessee, on the 25th of
—The. Leonidas, Pittsburgh to New Or
leans, and the Glendale, St. Louis to
Pittsburgh, were expected to arrive at
Cincinnati on Wednesday night.
—The Supervisory Inspectors of steam
boats.were to meet in Washington on Wed
nesday, we believe. In all, there are ten.
who are required to meet in Washington
—The Cincinnati Coninterefai, referring
to the hard times which pr6vails amonT
steamboats, very per:inently remarks that
whilt is now wanted is reliability iu boats
and commanding offieefs, punctuality in
time of departure as advertised, and a rea
sonable, uniform rate of freight. None
but first•class steamboatmen can succed at
present, the hard times having driven tar
the adventurers and worthless war crab
bers'off the river.
—The Helena Herald has the following
concerning the price of freights the comiiig
season: St. Louis to Benton, 4 cents: Chi
cago to Benton, 5 cents; through freight
from St. Louis to Helena, 6 cents. The
above are currency rates. Tue difference
of insurance as between Chicago and St.
Louis is decidedly iu favor of the former,
and the Garden City will unquestionably
receive a great share of the mountain
trade the corning year.
—The Cincinnati Gazette says: The tow.
boat F. W. Wilson, which had taken a tow
of barges, loaded with coal, from Plum
burgh to New Orleans, passed up on re
turn trip yesterday morning, with six
empty barges and two flats. The Ajax.
with a large tow of empty barges from
New Orleans,-was expected to pass up
during the- night-- The Boaz, from the
same place, with a big tow of empty barges,
passed up Monday. The same paper
also says: We were informed, yesterlay,
by a gentleman who ought to knoy, that
steamboat owners in Cincinnati had lost
$1,000,000 in two years. One gentleman, he
says, has lost $200,000.
—The St. Louis Bebublican of Tuesday
says: In the United States Dictrict Court
yesterday the case of John Gleason et 4,
vs. steamboat Urilda was decided in favor
of plaintiffs. One point in connection with
the case is of some interest. It was a claim
for wages. The _men bringing the suit
were emploYed on board the boat to make
'a trip to Fort Benton. The trip wag made;
but on the return of the beat the steam
boat Zephyr was encountered, and an ar
rangement was entered Into to take the
load back to Fort Benton. The men re
fused to make the second trip without an
increase of wages, The Captain sought the
assistance of the military of Fort Buford,
but finally an arrangement was effected
and the trip was made; and the present suit
originated out of the difficulty. Judge
Treat held that the masters are required by
law to take out shipping articles, and that
-when this is neglected to be done the pre
sumption would be- taken against the
owners and in favor of the mariners.
Judgement In favor plaintiffs was entered.
Rivera and IV eather
(B 7 Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
Lonisvir.ns, January 15.—The river is
rising at the rate of an Inch and a half per
hour, with nearly twelve feet of water in
the canal. The weather Is clear and sloppy.
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the 160.1 inst., at 4 o'clurk r. 31.•
YOrl.eight or passage apply on board or to
J.l FLACK., J. 1). 0...1, liiitVol,ll), JAMES
COI;LINS. CHARLES BAENES, and GRIEST
Throngh receipts Oren on the arose boat to Sel
tn•,jEmaula, henton. Montgomery, Ala.. and all
othe 4 r - polnts on the Alabama river and Texas ports
at the lowest rates by
gall i SHRIEST Sr HASLETT.
VOIR CAIRO .41111) ST.
Lir[D S.—The steamer
MAGGIE HAYS Capt. B. C.:MAI/T][lf.
Will! leave for the above ports THIS Day 16th
For freight or, passage apply OA board or to.
, J. D. COI,LINOWOOD,
iiHRIEST 3 'HAZLETT.
Ja or JUAN FLACK. Agents.
VOR CLARK SVILL EagiE j a
AND IikeHICILLE.—The tine
WET YORK Capt. RICHMOND.
Tlll.. leave for the above porta THIS DAY,
F9r freight or passage apply on board, or to
alittlEa f A HALT e.
FLACK .t COLLINGWOOD.
ja!11 • JOHN FLACK, ag.-nia.
Marietta and Parkersbnrg Line.
Lesime Company's Wharf B oat, foot tit Wood street,
' , DAILY, AT 12 M.
TI4BDAY6 AND FRIDAYS,
BAYARD A. S. SHRNIRED, )faster.
WRDNIISDAYS AND SAIDRDAYS,
GREY EAGLE C. L. BBE3rFAN, Muter.
Freight will be reeekretlat all hours by
Bele t JAMES COLLINS. Arent.
Cray & Logan,
XO. 47 ST. CLAIR STREET,-
We have this day admitted
LEVI ( DILLON AND GEO. S. GIIISCOM
as Members of our firm. The style of the firm will
, BISSELL & CO.
Pittsburgh, Jtruary 1, 1869. J a7cS9
1110CI._ THE BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
LEMON & WEISE.
Pi j actical Furniture Manufacturers, &c.,
t 118 YOURTIIEI AVENUE.
Where may be found a full assortment of Parlor,
Chitinher and Kitchen Furniture. den
QWI2IT & BRAT'r,
No. 61 Sandusky St., Allegheny, Pa. k.
Lt r g .aameorNE EL PO ri and tA constantly on band.
dekriotlons, done. octi,2B
Q M. ItIER & CO.,
QEEENSWARE. BRINTOL WARE AV
°ince and 'Warehouse. 363 LIBERTY STREILT.
kirAll orders nromptiv attended to.
• OFTWE Or THE PITT:- - IWIt(111 OA? CO ,
January 9th, 1569.
COS E.—REDUCTION IN PRICE.
On Monday, January 11th, and until further
nuilee, the wire of Coke will be FoUtt. (4)I'ENTS
bushel In the yard at the works. ana FIVE (3)
T:Spec bushel delivered within the usual limit.
order of the Board of Trustees.
.:.in W. H. MeCLF.LLAND, Treasurer.
tOrricz or CITY ENGINgEet AND eunvEVOR,
Pittsburgh. Jan. 5, 1569.
' OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for the construction of a
Bo rd-walk. on the fcllowing named streets, will
. ' i f .
he eccived st 'his ()nice until Monday, January 18.
18 9: On the Greensburg pike irons Forty-fourth
str •ct to Winebiddle street, on Winebiddle to St.
Pa I street, on St: Paul street to Main street, on
idaln street to Elm street. The Committee reserve
tht•right to reject any, or alt. bids.
j .7:04 ii. J. MOORE, City Engineer.
()MCI CITY r.N6INXItit AND :....CRVILYOR, /
PITTSBUktG)I, January 11th. 1569.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.—
Sealed proposals for the Gradinr, Paving and
I..urbing of WYLIE oTHEET EXTENSION and
DUNCAN iTREET, from Crawford street to Kirk.
patriek street, will be received at this office until
- , t, NDAY, January 215th, 1569.
he Committer. reserve the rigot to reject any or
jill:d: H. J. 3100 RE, City Engineer.
WM. M. JOHNSON.
Manufacturer of COOKING STOVES, Arches,
Grates, Fenders. Sash Yo eights. and all kinds of
Hollow Ware, Car-Wheels and all kinds of Ma.
ch nee.-esstings. COR. WATSON A SHINOISB
ST ..PITTSBURGH. PA. auM er
ONEY! MONEY!!—S4,OOO to
- Invest In a Mortgage on City or County
Pryperty, for a term of three years.
01111 to lean on Bond and Mortgage for 2 years.
'ANTED—Business or Accommountion Paper to
tb amount of $29,000; time from 00 days to 4
WANTED—To exchange a Farm of .100 Acres of
Land in Missouri for a Family Hone and Spring
Wegon.Apply to B. McLAIN A C 0..,
• dbil - Corner Fourth ay. and Smithfield st.
OFF/Cr. O F CITY ENOINETOI.•ND Sit RYSTOIt, t
Pittsburgh, January 7th; 1809. I
' OTICE.—The .Assesament for
, Grading Colwell street from Dinwlddie Street
o umbertie Eastern Line. Is now ready fur exam
in Lion,and can be seen at this office until Monday,
Ja nar 18th, 1869, when It will be returned to
City Treasurer's office for coll u ec . ti j oh s .
Ja7:c3B • City Engineer.
ZITOTICE.—AII Persons knowing
themselves Indebted to the estate of ROBERT
,blEi, late of Pittsburgh, de'd. will make imme
diate payment to the subscriber at his store in Trail
Frietanceville, Allegheny county. and all persons hay •
claims against said estate will present them duly
au hentimed for settlement.
- JAMES EtICktAIIDSON.
ecembei 31, MEL .147:02
tZTICE--Persons owning prop.
eity fronting or abutting ou Aiken■ avenue, ni
city of Pittsburgh, will please take notice the
re on of - viewers. In the matter of the opening of
Alt ens avenue, has been placed In my hands.%
The assessments, If not paid on or before Febrile.
rylAlth, 1809, will be .nrered in Court as liens.
I IJ. F. IILAGL E. City Attorney,
1a12: , 18 t ' 106 Fifth Avenue.
VOTICE.—To all Persons En
gaged In Hauling or Wheding Rubbish or
Mhos: You are hereby notified not to place any
rubbish or ashes on the wharf. All rubbish er ashes
met be MS en to the Point. Any person caught vi
olating the abocenotlce will be dealt with to the
fullest extent of the law.
ROBERT A. HILL,
den ' Allegheny Wharf Master.
ESII• FlSH.—Beniamin Pul
rims still continues to nil all city and coma
tr orders for
RESH WHITE LAKE FISH, SALMON AND BASS.
Send to No. 45 DIAMOND MARKET. Pitt -
burgu, or his old well known TWIN CUT Y STAND,
am lice , or le
ORM BREAD IN DEAR TIMES.
Frnquire for WARD'S 13rood,
e largest and beet. The inittnts "H. W." on
every' loaf. Take none elm. 11.114:1'111
lIEEN OIL CLOTH FOR WIN.*
DOW SHADES—We are now manufacturing.
la article or a quality suncrior InAllnlsb, and at
Ices lower than can be bad of any Easters mum
: tours. Dealers will End tt to their Interest to
mine our goods before purcbastug elsewhere.
J. 1 H.PHILLIPS, '
030 go and 28 Sixth §t, clairt
I COMMISSION' MERCHANTS
J. L. DILLINGEE
DILLINDER & STEVENSON,
No. 87 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa
RECEIVE AND SELL
AU Kinds of Country Produce
All orders for Merchandise promptly ailed, at
LOWEST market rates. Particular attention given
to the sale of flutter, Egg s , 'heese Dried Fruits,
&c, We feel confident t hat we can give entire sat
isfaction. by making QUICK SALES and PROMPT RE
TURNS. at HIGHEST MARKET PRICES, and therefore
respectfully solicit your consignments. All corre
spondence answered promptly. Marking Plates
furnished free. Drain lu store and to arrive daily.
B I L Val .E BY A. &T.
W. bi. GORNLY9
No. 271 Liberty Street,
(DIRECTLY OPP. EAGLE HOTEL,)
IXTATT, LANG &CO.,
WIIOLESALE - DEALS7IB IX
Groceries, Flour, Grain, Produce, - Pro•
visions, Fish, Cheese, Carbon 011. &e..
Noe. 1721 and 17* WOOD STREET, near Liberty
'street.. Pittsburgh, Pa. n08:n55,
M. STEELE ' J. A. STLIL&.
Air STEELE bc SON,
AND DILALIIHEI IN
FLOUR., GRAIN, .pm.mro, ate.
No. 93 OHIO BTSEEI near East Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY. PA.
J. B. CANFIELD A. T. CANFIELD.
Orß. CANFIELD & SON, COM
• MISSION MERCHANTS, and Wholesale
ealers In Goshen Factory. Hamburg and W. R.
Cheese, Butter, Lard, Pork, Bacon, Flour, Fish,
Dried Fruit, Grain, Pig Lead, Pot, Pearl and Soda
Ashes, White Lime. Linseed, Lard, Coal and Car
bon Oils. No. 141 First street. Pittsburgh.
. P. EICELA.EI.
AND DEALERS IN
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL FEED, &c., &c.,
349 Liberty ht., Pittsburgh,
ALIC.i.2I` BABB J. B. ANJIB.
Dealers In FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE GEN
ERALLY, No. 14a WATER
: STREET, above
Smithfield, Pittsburgh. leS
FETZER & ARMSTRONG,
FORWARDING AND 0011111:18BIONNERORANTEI,
For the sale of Flour. Grain, Bacon, Lard, Butter,
Seeds. Dried Fruit. and ProdOp kiz e generally, No. 16
MARKET STREET, corner of st, Pittsburgh.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
No. 396 PENN STREET
114 KNOX Si. SON, COMMISSION
sMERCHANTSnud dealers In FLOUR, GRAIN
. L FEED and PRODUCE GENERALLY, No.
79 DIAMOND, opposite City Hall, Allegheny City.
TiITTLE, BAIRD Fst. PATTON,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants and
lers in Produce Flour, Bacon, Cheese Fish,
Carbon - and Lard I'll, Iron, Nails, Glass, 'Cotton
Yarns and all P'.:sburgh Manufactures .generally,
113 atill l .l SECOND STREET, Pittsburgh.
JOHN I. 110118Z.....EDW. HOUSE.....WM. H. HOUSE.
JOHN I. HOUSE 6i. BROS. Suc
cessors to JOHN I. HOUSE & CO., Wholesale
Grocers and Commission Merchants, Corner of
Smithfield and Water Streets. Pittsburgh, Pa.
JOHN SHIPTON A WALLACE
J. M. BRAT
HIPTON & WALLACE, WHOLE
SA LE 43 ROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS,
o. f. SIXTH STREET. Plusburahl, 13.12:r58
wm. B. ?WEEPER,
ALDERMAN AND EX-OFFICIO JUSTICE OP
OFFICE, 89 FIFTH AVENUE. •
epeclal attention given to conveyancing and col.
leettons Deeds Bonds and Mortgages drawn up,
And all legal business attended to promptly and ac
jOS. A; BUTLER,
ALDEEILLI AND POLICE MAGISTRATE.
Office, 116 WYLIE STREET, near Wsithingtoi
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgment
Depositions, Collections, and all other legitimist
business executed promptly.
Ex-Oillcio Justice of the Peace and Police Magis
trate. Office, GRANT STREET, opposite the Ca
thedral, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
D.Positlons, and all Legal Business executed with
promptness and dispatch. mbl6
EIISTACE S. MORROW,
X-OFFICIO JUSTICE OP THE PEACE AND
OFFICE, N 0.73 PENNA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions and all Legal Business executed with
promptness and dispatch. zwr29
JOHN A. STRAIN,
I .A.IATIETIBLAN, •
EX-OFFICIO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND
Once 11 FIFTWPTREET‘ opposite the Dane.
drat, Pittsburgh,' Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages
Acknowledgments, Depositions and al l Legal-blunt
nee* executed with nrowneness and dispatch.
Justice of the Peace, -
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AST
CARSON STBZET, BAST BIBMISGBAX.
Collection of Bents solicited sad p romPtlY attend
No. fii7 path Street,
SMCOND FLOOR. FRONT BOOM. nollmen
JOHN W. RIDDELL,
Office, 116 Diamond Street,
(Opposite the Court Donna
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
No. 89 Grant Street, ,
ms - 24:b2
No. 98 FIFTH STREET,
And Solicitor of Patonte.
(Late of & C. llatlway.)
(Mace, No. 70 FEDERAL STREET, Doom No.
np stairs. P.O. Box 50, ALLEOHENY CITY.
- SIACIIINERY ; °tali descriptions, deelyinod.
BLAST FURNACE and ROLLIi MILL DRAW
INGS furnished. Particular attention paid to de.
signingILLIERY LOCOMOTIVES. Patents con
eacnttai Ar An EVENING DRAW
for mechanics every WILDNEsDA,
A. E. STEVINSaN
CU:NNELLVILLE B. K.
On and after TUESDAY, Noyember„ 17th. 1856
trains will arrive at and depart from tee Depot eel..
net- of Grant and Water streets, as fyillows. •
Mail to and from Uniont`n. 7:00 A. N. 6:00 P. Ka
I.lcliaesport AccommodDn.ll:oo A. x. 2:05 P. It 4
Ex. to and from Unlont'n. 3:00 r. x. 10:10 a. at.
West Newton Accommod'n 4:30 P. x. 8:35 A. Ka
Enuldock'a AccommodaDn 615 P. X. .7:50 P. Kt
Night Ace. to 3 lcKeesport.lo:3o P. N. 6:45 t.
Sunday Church Train to and
from Weat Newt0n.,......1:00 P. M. /0
For tick:eta apply to
t R . . KING,
W. B. STOUT, Superintend;i
AciIIANGE of TlNE.gmexid
LEGILENY VALLEY rteinacuis
On and after MONDAY, November 9th, Hs
TWO TRAINS DAILY will lea' e Pittsburgh Sta.
Don, corner of Eleventh and Pike streets for Frank—
lin, 011 City, Buffalo, and all points in the Oil Re..
LEAVE PITTSBURGH. lARRIPP IN , PITTSBURGH.
itfafl 7:15 a m lMall 5:40
Express 7:10 p 0:30 a ix
Brady's B'd Ae 3:00p to! Eradys Ae10:30 s
Ist Soda Works tint Sods Works
Aecornod'u.. 10:50 a m Aceomoda'n. 0.20 aat
Ad Soda Works I2d Soda Works
Accomo.Pn. 5:09p us • Aieomoda'n. 3:40 p Els
Church Tra lo leave Pittsburgh at 1:10 r. at. Ax.•
rive at Pittsburgh at 9:50 A. H.
Passengers taking express train have but one
change of cars between Pittsbumb, Buffalo and Oil.
Regions. Mall and Express Trains stop only at
principal points. Mixed Way and Acconsmodatittli
trains stop at all stations.l
L . THOMAS M. KING, Ass`t. Supt.
W. POSTER ROPE, Ticket Agent. nog
CINCINNATI AND BT. . UlB RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE. - -
CHANCE OF TINEE.—On and a ft er SUNDAY.
Nov.22d, 1 68, trains will leave and arrive at the Union'Depo as follows, Fittsburgh Umet
Mail Expre ... ......... .... 3t13 a. in. 12:13 a. 31.
Fast Line ' 16):13 a. m. 7:33 p. in
Fast Express - '2:58 p. m. 12:18 a. La:
Mixed Way 5:43 a. m. 6:43 p. m.
McDonald Acc'n, No. 1..'. 11:28 a. in. 8:33 p.m.
Steubenville Accommod'n. 3:38 p. in. 9:48 a. m.
McDonald's Acen, No. 2.. 5:08 p. in. 3:18 p. m.
X/F - 2:5S l e. If. Express will leave daily.
12:13 P. u. Mall will arrive daily.'
4'he.10;13 a. m. Train leaves daily, Sundays ax.
cepted; and losakes close connections al Newark far
Zanesville and points on Sandusky, Mansfield &
Newark It. 11.
IS F. SCULL, General Ticket Agent.
W. W. CAIlb, &Wt., Steubenville, Ohlo• •
l IIT IGH: FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO B.
W. AND CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R. R.
From Dec. 20th. 1868. trains will leave from
and arrive at the Union Depot, north side, Pitts
.burgh city time, as follows:
Chicago Ex 3:03 a mlChicago Ex... 2:13 a m
Erie & Ygn3l.l 7:28 a ml:bleat° Ex.. 11:58 ain
CI. & Wh_ltltt'l 6:28 ami Wheeling Ex . . ,11:13 am M
Chicago ail,. 6:58 a m,Crestline Mai/ 3:53 p m
Chicago Ex..,. 10:08 a mlChicago Ex.... 4:38 p m
Cl. & Wh`gEx. 2:23 p stiCleveland Ex 4:08 pm
Chicago Ex..:. 2:43 p !Erie it Ygb:i Ex 6:13 pia
&Erie!Ex. 4:53 pn. CI. &WI:0g Ex .658 pl 6
Depart frovt'd llepheny. Arrive it Allegheny.
N. Brigt'n Ac. 8:58 a m N. Brigt'n Ac. 1:03 aft
Leetsdale '"I 10:28 am N. Brlgt'n " 8:28 aM.
11:58 am' New Castle " 10:33 aat
Rochester " 1:33 p m !Leetsdale 9:13 ana
Leetsdale A.c. 3:58 pm! " " 1:08pm
N. Brigt'n ' . 5:33 pmIN. Brigt'n " 9:43 Oxa
N. Brigt'n . 6:28 p talLeetsdale• " 4:53 pm
Leetsdale " 10:43pm! " " 7:18om
Leetsdale Sun- !Leetsdale Sun
day Church... 1:13 pmi day thureh... 9:58 aM.
Air 2:43 p m. Chicago Express leaves daily.
air. 11:58 a. in. Chicago Express arrives daily.
de= R. MYERS, General Ticket Agent.
CENTRAL RAILROAD. aligiNaill
On and after Nov, 28th. 1868, Trains will art
rive at and depart from the Union Depot, corner of
Washington and Liberty streets. as follows:
Hall Train..., 1:39 antl Day Express.. 2:30 am
Fast Line 2:10 a mlWall's N 0.1.. 6:30 aal
Wail's No. 1.. 6 20 a na . Mall Train 8:15 am
BrintonAcc'n. 7:50 a ml. Cincinnati Ex 12:35 pm
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 am I Wall's No. 2.. 11:20 a m
Cincinnati Ex:• 9:40 a miJohnstown Ac. 3:25pm
Johnstown Ac. 10:35 a m Braddoeks Nol 4:20 pin
Baltimore E. I.4stimiPhila. Express 5:10 pm
Phila. Exprels i 2:05 pm' Wall's No. 3.. 5:20 pm
Wall's No. 3. . 1:30 p Wall's No. 4.. 6:13 pm
Braddocks N 5:50 p in Fast Line 7:50 pm
Wall's No. 4. 7:25 pm , Wail's No. 5.. 11:00 p m
Way Fassen'r.lo:2o p In 1 r
The Church Train leaves Wall's Station every
Sunday at 9:15 a. m., reaching Pittsburgh at 10:09
a. as. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at 12 : 60 p. M.
and arrives at. Wall's Station at 2:00p m.
'Cincinnati Express leaves daily. Aliother train
daily except Sunday.
For farther information apply to
W. H. BECHWTTH, Agent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not um
alma any risk for Baggage, except for wearing , ap..
parel, and Limit their responsibility to One Hundred
Dollars in value. - All Baggage exceeding that
amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, un
less taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,
General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
R AD .-On and after Noy. 33d, 1868. the Pea.
senger Trains on the :Wegtern Pennsylvania Rail.
road will arrive at and depari , from the Federal
Street Depot, Allegheny City, as follows:
Arrive. I Depart.
Springd'e No 16:40 a m 131111........... . . 7:00 Lag
Freeport No. 1 8:20 am I Freeport No. 1 9:15-a la
Fxpress 10:40 a mlSharpb 4 g No.111:20 a Xil
Sharpb'g No.l 1:35 p nalExpress 21:411pat
Freeport N 0.2 4:00 ptniSpringiPe No I 3:30 ont
.‘ 5:55 p mcFreeport No. 2 5:30 pm
Springd'e No - 6:45 la miSinlag . d , e No 2 7:10 to in
Aboye trains run daily except sunday.
The Church Train . leaves Allegheny Janet. every
Sunday at 7:40 a. m.; reaching Allegheny City at
9:50 a. m. Returning, leaves Allegheny City at .
1:90 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny Janet ._at 3:4w
COMBVTATION Tithriers—For sale in packages f
Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut street,
Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and Sharpsburg,
and good only on the trains stopping at Stations ape.
deed on tickets.
The trains leaving Allegheny City 'at 7:00 a. iiii
make direct connection at Freepor: with Walker 1
line ofStages for Butle r and Hannakutown. Through
tickets may be purchased at tbs Ofilee,_No. 3 St.
Clair street, near the Suspenelor Bridge Pittsbarglc
and at the Depot. Allegheny
For further information apply to
JAMES LEFFERTS, Agent,-
Federal Street Depot,
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not as*
some any risk for Baggage, except for wearing ap.
pare!, 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, Wl
less taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,
noM Getf.cal Superintendent. Altoona. Pa.
S 11/.141: HE'LL
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAV
The SHORTEST AID MOST RELIAB" OM
from the East to all r.oiats la
Arizona, Waohinato t
New NOZIcO, Idaho, ,
= Oinegon.• •
Two Trains laa're State Line and Leavenweri
daily, (Sundays worite d, I on the arrival et trains
Pacldc Ballroad.frow eit. Loam , and Hannibal and
Bt. Jo Rallroadi from conneetin. at Law ,
ranee, Tokeka and — Wamego with ata ib es for ail
points in h. snap) At end Cl track went of Ella.
worth with tha UNITED afdEES EXPRESS COM.
PANT'S DAMIT MBE OR OVERLAND MAII.
AND ESP , N.•:.*COACHEB NOB
DEN irmaii sub..mir T. &*-•Ipli
And alLP•ints is the Territorieli s
And with SANDERSON'S TitI.WRZELY LINZ 'og
00ACKES.,for Fort Uniom,Sent's Fort, Pass, Aibmi,
'verve, ,Santa Se, and points, in Arizona and
With the , recent 'additions of rolling stock and
equipmeat, and the arrangements made with re.
sponsible, Overland Transportation Lines from its
westeristerminus, this road now offers unequalled
Otellitiwmfor the transmission of freight to the Fir
Tickets for ;sale at all the principal Mewl In the
llniteeStatee and eauAu •
H B LLRO
, a _ sUNoO N M . PAC/ IC TRHAEI &W BASSRN DIVISION. ASYT
TO LIVERPOOL AND
THE INMAN .IGAIL STEAMSHIPS,
Numbiring sixteen first-class vessels, among thee
CITY OF PARIS, CITY OF ANTOTEPP,
CITY OP BOSTON, CITY OF rTIMOR.
CITY OF LONDON,
Balling EVERY SATURDAY, from ter 45, North
Elver, New York.' For nusage or rther informs.
Lion ItpOly to
WILLI/12i BEG - dr.
A. A NDER'3CI4.
General Freight and Ticket Agent
IQFIFTH STREET: (Chronicle Building. •
kitimil %walk Nit thaw. Rictsbctrigb.,
00 A. UP