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Tri-EsDkv, March 2,1869.
It is not a little remarkable that while
Flour and Wheat are lower than th
have been for several yearyears,having e
clined fully fifty per cent., compared
with the prices prevailing two years ago,
Sugars and Provisions are almost as
high in value as at any time during the
war. It is admitted•on all Sides that the
supply of the two last named articles is
comparatively light while the supply of
the former is unusually heavy, but t
question as to whether the differenee
the supplies is sufficient to justify
great difference in values, is an import
- ant one, and one in which all are more
or less intorested. And another very
important problem is, whether Flo is
likely to appreciate or is there a proba
bility of Sugars and Provisions depreci
ating. Already Bacon, Lard, and almost
everything emanating from the Hog pro
duct has experienced a slight reacation,
and Hogs, too, have declined materially,
and may not the same thing take 'place
in the Sugar market? We admit that
the Indications do not point very forcibly
in that direction just now, but then the
same thing was, true of the 'Provisi on
market thirty days ago.! In regard to
Flour, it looks now as if there w as but
very little chance of an advance, but a
good - deal depends on the next NiTheat
crop, and it is too , early to indulge in
conjecturea on this point. \
APPLES—In fair demand and limited
supply. May be quoted at z4p536„ for
common to choice.
BUTIER—There is considerable in
q or prime to"choice Rol
Dull at 334.
l, and we
now quote at 40043. I
BUCKWHEAT • FLOUR L
BEANS--Firmer and in better de
mand, with sales at $3,75Q53,5, for
prime small white.
CRA.NBERRIES—SaIes at $ . lB to SV.
CORNMEAL -51 to $l,lO per bushel.
CHEESE --Sales of Western at 22c, and
New York Goshen, at 233,6@24c.
CARBON OIL-Is Ainade easier but
-unchanged at 33Q3334, a jobbing way.
DRIED FRUlT—Peaches steady at 14
Ql5 for quarters; 16Q17 for mixed, and
180,20 for halves, as to quality. Apples
GG—Coninue ta arrive freely and
prices are barely maintained, 23Q24 for
fresh packed—Sale 50 bbls to go to New
York at the inside quotation.
PROVLSIONS-,,A. shade firmer but not
quotably higher. Shoulders me,@ls..
Eibbeesides 17Q171/.; Clear. Sides 18Q
18,4, and Hams 1914Q20. Lard, 20 1 .: in
tierces, and 21Q21% in kegs. Mess fork
POTATOES—Very dull and cannot be
quoted ,above 80 eta for small lots in
PEANUTSIO eta per lb.
GRAIN—No improvement to note in
the demand for Wheat, and the market
is dull and pripes nominal atsl.so for No.
1 Spring and $1,60 for No. 1 Winter. Np
change in Oata-65066 on track and 67Q
63 in. store: Rye is in steady demand at
$1,45031,4 but few buyers above $1,45.
Corn is quiet and unchanged, 75Q80.
Barley may be quoted at $2,10Q2..0 for
prime to choice State, and $2,45 for prime
—Small sales of Citiver Seed
at $10®10,50, as to quality, and Timothy
at $3,50; Flax Seed is firmer and we now
quote it $2,45V2,50i° cts.
SORGHUM -60 @ and is still
SALT—Is quiet, but steady,
quoted at $2 by the car load.
FEATHRS--Live Geese Feathers
quoted at -750 Sects, to the trade, and
the usual advance in a retail way.
FLOUR, -We can report mod
erate receipts and a fair local de
mad,-- but no change in prices.
Spring Wheat $7,00Q57,50, and Winter
Wheat at $8,00Q8,50. Rye Flour
$7,50. The Pearl Mill quote their best
brands made of the best Wheat, as fol
lows: Extra t Family Flair, in barrels,
at $9,30, nd, in sacks, $9,00 per barrel;
Double Extra Family, in barrels, $lO,OO,
and, in sacks; $9,70 per barrel; Spring
Wheat Flour, in ,barrels, $7,80, and, in
sacks, $7,50 per barrel. The City Mills
quote prices as follows: Extra Fily,
(Winter) in barrels, $9,30, and, in s sacks,
$9,00 per barrel; Double Extra Family,
in barrels, $9,80, and, in sacks, $9,50 per
barrel, and Spring, 18,00, in barrels, and
e 7.70. in Wks, per barrel.
WHISKEY ---High wines dull and are
a shade easier, and may now be quoted,
in a lobbing wav, at'94(5415,
.LA.RD OlL—May be quoted atsl,3sQ.
$1,37 for N0. , 2. and $1,68@51,70 for No. 1.
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Markets by Telegraph.
Nkw 'irons., March 2.—The Cotton
market is without, any decided change;
sales were mad'e of 1,200 baled at 29 1 Ac for
ltiiddling uplands. Flour—receipts were
8,376 bbls and 505 bags; market is irreg
ular and unsettled; medium and good
grades are 0c lower; sales were mane
of 7,900 Ittls at $5,40®6,25 for superfi
State; western, $6,30®6,50; extra State,
$6,5007; extra westerta, 57; white wheat
extra, $6,50®10; S. H. 0., $7 ®8,50; extra
St.-Lonis, 59®12+:cod-to choice do. dos
ing quiet. Bye lour is without any
decided change; sates were reported no
300 bbls at 55.25®5,70. Cornmeal is quiet.
'Whisky is more steady; 100 bbls western
sold at 96c, free. 'Wheat—recepts
bush; prices slightly favor
and there is more doing for export, 92r
000 bash sold in consequence op
cline in freight% $1,44% waspaid for No.
3 spring, delivered; $ 1,54j4 ®1,55 tor No.
2 do. delivered; $1,15 for Cmiarla spring, in
bond, and $1,80®1,82 for white Michi
al dull and drooping; western
nominal at $1,40. Barley quiet. ' Barley
Malt quiet; sales 600 bushels State at
$2,12. Corn lc better; receipts. 11,673
bus; sees 46,000 bus at 95 @Mc new mix-
ed western $1 for Southern yellow and
old mixed (western in store. Oats lc bet
ter; sales 6,000 bus at 74/ ®7sc for wes
tern in store, and 74W, do buyers for
'ninety- days. Bye dull. Coffee quiet.
Sugar dull and :,4;c lower; sales 20 h et .
fair to good refined at 13®13,c. Moles-
Bea dulit i sales 11 bhds Cuba at 50e. Pe
; troleutd dull at DPAci for crude, and' 35e
for refined bonded. Hops quietat 5 ®l5O
for American. 'Linseed 011 firm at 51, 02 .
®1,05. Spirits Turpentine. dull and un
changed. Pork firm; sales 2,250 bbls at
532®32.25 for new mess, closing at 53'4 50
i - casb, and 531,50 prime do, $2602 7 , 50
prime; also 500 bbls new mess, sellers to
i July lst, at $32. Beef quiet; sales of 125.
bbls, at $9,00a16,,50 for new plain mess,
and $12,50®19,50 for new extra mess.
Tierce Beef quiet; sales of 150 tierces,
at;s26®2 for prime mess:and $
India mess. Beef HAMS heavy; sales of
- • 160 bbis at $260133. Cut Meats quiet and
steady; sales 135 pags, at 13 ®131,40 for
shdulders and 1714®180 for "barns:
Dressed Hogs firmer, at 13% ©age for
estern and 14(4)14Ac for city. Middles
dull and heavy. Lard steady; sales of
500,tierces, at 171,4®19;eic for steam and
101/8®19140 for kettle rendered; also,
sales of 150 tierces steam, seller for
March and April, at 19c. Butter firmer, 1
at 25038 c for State. Cheese firm at 180 1
V.1,6c. Freights to Liverpool heavy and 1 The weather 00Ilt/1111.38
lower, with engagements of 40,000 bush
wheat per steamer at 4®414d. with indications of snow. In the even-
Latest -Flour closed dull and in buy- ing, the wind was fair from the west, and
's favor, with a moderate demand for the mercury was stationary at 3s. The
cocmnion grades., Wheat steady for river continues to recede steadily, with
spring, with a moderate export demand,
and dull and heavy for winter. Rye four feet six inches in the channel by the
dull and heavy, at 11,40 for western. Monongahela naarks, and the ice in the
Oats steady at 75c for western in store.
Coin firra, at 95 1 0 for new „ixed es Allegheny was -not so heavy and tore
en:1,11,0161,03 for old mixed western in scattered.
store and afloat. Pork firm and quiet, at There has been no arrivals since the
$32,25 for mess, cash and regular. Beef date of our last report and the Julia, No.
dull and heavy. Cut meats and bacon 2 for Zanesville, was the onlY departure.
nominal. Lard steady at 19®19%c for ' The Bayard did not get off yesterday,
fair to prime steam. Eggs firm at 35®38c. it having been found impossible to get
her engtnes in readiness.
CHICAGO, March 2. --Exchange weak at The Grey Eagle, Capt. C. L. Brennan ,
ear buying, and 1-10 premium Selling• is the regular packet for parker to
, Flour dull at $5,70®6,70 for spring ex- day, leaving at noon.
tras. Wheat firmer and a shade higher;
sales No. I at 11,22®1,2.3; No. 2 at 11,14%
1,1 for regular, and $1,16V,®1,161,1, for
fresh receipts, closing at 11,14%a1,15 for
regular; sales since 'Change at $1,14.
Corn firmer and higher; sales new , at
58%®59e; no grades at 57%. closing at
.58%®5874c for new; sales No. 1 at 72c,
seller last half of April, and No. 2 at 63C,
seller May; nothing doing this afternoon.
Oats in good demand and 10 1 Nc
higher; sales No. 2 at 55!,,;®56c,1 05in g
at 5514 ®s6c. Rye steady at $l,lB fur reg
ular, and 11,20 Cbl;2o 1 , 6 for fresh receipts
1,10. 1. Barley dull at sl,s2 for Capt. Joseph- Lytle has succeeded
Capt. Thomas Poe, in command of the
Camelia, and is now loadi her' for
Nashville. Capt. Poe found, necessary
to stop off and superintend the construc
tion of his new Mountain boat.
The following boats are announced as
follows; It. C. Gray, Capt. Whittaker,
for Cincinnati and Louisville; Believer
non, Capt. Darragh, for New Orleans:
Sallie-, t. T. S. Calhoun, for Missouri
RiVeT, and Maggie Hays, Cap C,
Martin for St. Louis• These are all first
class ats. •
of 'No. 2- - HiMszliwines'
.q.niet a • tid
and -steady. Mess pork firm at '332,00. • '
Lard firm and steady at 18%c. Bulk evenin : avard, America, Silver Lake
N. o. 4 Ma gie Hays, Savanna, Mary
Davag ' S the Bellevernon, Camelhi,
Carrie V. oun ' tz, and R. C. Gray,
The allot ing boats were in port last
regular, - and 1. for iresn receipts
nominal at 90a. Provisions quiet '
1 121/,®l;.,'„c; short rib sides, 31/A131,4c; r'
ad, 143®14N,c. Dressed hogs firm and
quiet at 12®13c; do• closing at 12 1 4 c for
light; live hoks firmer at 10®15c higher;
sales at $5-,50V6,0 for common to fair,
and $10,75®111,00 for good to choice.
Beef cattle firm and steady at $5,75 for
cows; 16,2507,25 for light shipping •
steerl, and $7,31®58,25 for goo d to extra
choice - do. Receipts, past twenty-four
hours; 10,000 bbls flour; 40,128 bosh
wheat; 50,500 bush corn; 22,056 bush rye;
5,900 bush oats; 3,600 bush barley; 142
hogs. Shipmnts: 5,00 Mats flour; 1,400 n ississippi.
between the Pittsbur.gh and Parkers
burg and the Wheeling and Parkers
burg packets. The former line is repre
sented by the steamers Grey Eagle and
Bayard, and the latter by the- Rebecca
and 'Express. Neither line seems to
have gained on the other, and both have
been plucky. To have compromised in
1 some way so that fair rates might-be se
cured by both would have been a source
of profit. We understand that this end
is now likely to be attained. Represen
t tatives of the two lines were to have met
uTobeerSmay.an.ria., Cap t. Isherwood,ls now
meats in better request, and a shade
firmer; dry salted shoulders) quoted at re d
a y to make engagements for the
sweet piokled hams, 17 ~.'c; , Cumberland , -Heretofore competition has existed
bush wheat; 12.990 bush corn; 9,260 bush - at Wheeling on Friday last to arrange
oats; 3,287 bush rye; 760 bush barley;
2,950 hogs. _ .
' Cl:gums:AV, March 2-There is noth
ing nett in Flour or Grairi, and the de
wand is light. Cotton is dull and nomi- Circuit-A nal, with sales of middling at 28®28!,,c.1 for a consoildation.-Cincinnati Gazette.
1 The conference took place as above
1 announced but, as yet,we understand
nothing fin'alizois' been agree upon.
curious case •'was decided in the
Court at St. LOllii Friday. - It is
Tobacco is in good demand at fall Prices, one of interest to river men. It appears
with sales of 140 hogsheads. Whisky is that Robert Hunter picked up two
'dull at 91. c. Provisions are quiet and un- 1 barges that were drifting on the river,
changed; there is not much demand and i oPPOBIO.' the city. They have been
there was not enough done to establish \ claimed by Thomas Hackett, who has
\quotations. Mess Pork is held at 132,50, brought atilt for their.possession. Hun-
Bulk Meats are held at 13c for shoulders, ter claimed themual salvage of ono • fifth
and 15c for clear sides. Bacon is held at lon the boata, athe defendant failed to
14e, 17c and 1714 c for shoulders, clear show , Salvage. Judge Rombauer in
rib and clear sides. Lard is held at 19c. ;strutted the jury at considerable length.
Sugar Cured Hams are held at 11(,(7a 1 The jury returned a Yerdlct fcir the plain
19;6c.- Butter Is scarce and 2®3c higher, 1 tiff. Wood and Fichteukam appeared
and the market is bare of prime to choice. 1 for the plaintiff; GaresChe and Sleade for
Cheese le scarce and higher, with sales the defendant. •• '
of factory at 21®22e. Seeds are in fair -The Point Pleasant Marina 'Railway
to good demand, at $16,25®16,50 for Company has received their certificate Of
Clover, and $3,3503,11 -for Timothy. ration. It is now proposed that
There is no change in the market for the company open hooka for subscri
oils. Beef Cattle are dull and 25e lower. Lions to its capital 'stock, arid when the
Star Candles are dull 'and have declined \ necessary amount to build and complete
to 23c. Tallow Candles have declined to , the Wityfi for business is subscribed, to
14341515 c. Salt is 3c lower, and the de- i commence the work at once. One-half
mend is light, with sales of Ohio river at 1 of the stock is already subscribed.
40c per bushel. Gold is buying at 131 1 -In the case or Daniel Murphy vs. W. •
ST. Louts March 2. -- Tobacco un. \J. May et al, owners of the steamboat -----_______
' changed. Cotton lower at 261... Hemp, Mercury, in the Court of Common Pleas, - 0 i:E.A.M- :SEIIPS
choice undressed sold at $1,60. Flour 1 at Loulaville, the jury failed Lo. agree rp fr iIIT6-ioL AND'
dull and-unchanged at $5@,:,6,15 for spring t arid Were discharged. The jurystood 1 .A.
and fall super; 53,55q0,50 for extra; \ nine*for defendants and three for plain- I QUEENSTOWN•
$6,75®7,25 for double' extra; 38®10,62f0r tiff. We understand that procee-dlnga
treble extra to fancy. Wheat dull and for a new trial will be commenced -it TUB INMAN 16/.02. STEAMSHIPS.
lower for medium grades; fair to prime 1 once- ! Numbering atateen. fast-clan vetsels, among
fall $1,38®1,57; strictly prime to choice -Tfie John Rilgour refused to receive u.• mtae, celebrated . • •
116@1.,92,/,'; fancy $1,95®2,10. Corn , freight sit Louisville, on Friday, oac
\ ITY OF PAttua, CITY O.V ..kIsTNI grr,
, 1 aus o I SM' oir BOSTON CITY OF lIALTLWBE ,
dull, droooing and unsettled; bulk sold. it was hauled down after the hour she CITY ? OF LosisoN ,
at 64; delivered, sacked 62®70. Oats I was advertised to leave. She bad hauled
doll and unchanged at 66®68. RarleY lin her staging, but was still at the wharf.
firixi and higher; good Illinois spring 1 We give Capt. Benson credit for prompt
sold at $2,00. Rye firm at $1,30®1,35. ' ness.
Whisky nominally unchanged at s'2.. _
Pork active and firm at 132,50. Bulk
Meats strong., shoulders 13; clear rib, 1 ' J Lavender,• t f the
sold . proprie rioter o e
dryldock at Evansville, died in that city
Saturday morning, from injuries re. sal.._iiiiit giver, 1, For nonage or further
iniorma:lou ill:ctt‘7.ll)XY. frcdn
IN/11.01 BINGILS.3I, Jr.
70 FIFTH STatv..T. (Chronicle finldinß.
'cowrie ann .-ult.. Post . lair, Pit • 01111 . .11
aides 16;‘, clear
her 17. Bacon strong;
shoulders 14%; clerar rib sides 17; clear •
sides 17%®17%. Lard quiet and un- torment. • -
changed at lti;3®l9. Cattle t at _
3®4. Gross Hogs range at s t eady W.
Receipts•---Flour, 3,500 bbls; Wheat, 8,200
ceiVed by an explosion last Tuesday. His
remains will be brought to Ohio for in
Thomas Smithera, carpenter of
Mr., . •
the Mollie Gratz, died on that boat at
Evansville, on. Thursday, of pneumonia.
bus; Corn, 4,000 bus; Oats 4,600 bus;
Barley, 900 bus; Hogs, 200 head. The body was taken to New Albany
where he has a wife and family.
TOLEDO, March 1.-Flour steady and _ A disiatch from the steamer PeOlia
prices nominally unchanged, with sales City states that she is lying in twenty
at $7®8,10 for double extra fancy brands , feet of water, on one side, over the.docks
Wheat dull; amber lower, with sales .at of the other, and settling very fast, with
11,54, and white Michigan at 11,5634. Corn but slight b.opes of raising her.
quiet and unchanged, with sales No. 1
at $1,70, and No. 2at $1,68. Oats offered -'The Glasgow, arrived at Cincinnati
on Sunday. Cap t. Robinson
won claims that
at.62p for No. 1, without sales. Rye
steady at $1,28®1,29. Barley-Canada he had the biggest trip ever shipped
from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati and Louis
le better at 52 Dressed Hogs nomi
nal. Grain in store March 1-235,915 bus vine.
wheat, 210,416 bush corn, 9,818 bush oats,
1,489 bush rye, 11,324 bush barley.
MiuwAsg, March 2:-Flour quiet E
and steady and prices unchanged. Wheat .
quiet at 11,18% for No. 1, and 11,12;4, for
2. Oats firm and unchanged. :Corn
firm at 60c for rejected. Rye steady - and
firm at $1,16 for No. 1. Batley quiet and
unchanged. Provisions firm and un
changed. Dressed Hogs quiet and firm
at $12,25613.• Receipts-2,000 bbls flour,
29,000 bush wheat, 13,000 bush corn, 1,000
bush rye, 200 dressed hogs. Shipment,
5,000 bbls flour, 6,000 bush wheat, 300
CIAELAND, March 2.-Flour dull and
aned; city made, 110,110©10,75 for
oub extra white; 58,75®9 for double
extra amber; $7,50®7,75 for double extra
red winter; $6,75®7,25 for double extra
red; country made, $7,25®8 for double
extra red and amber; $6,50®7,25 for dou
ble extra springt's9,7s®lo,2s for double
extra white. Wheat; males one car No. 1
red winter at $1,60; two cars do at 11,58.
Corn; sales 6 cars to arrive at 74c; one
car old yellow at 45c. Oats, 640.
PittuADELPili, March 2.-Clover9eed
active, with sales of 1,500 bus at' 19,120
9,75. 'Fieur very quiet; northwestern
extra fapaily /6,7507,25. Wheat; there
is a limited inquiry; red and amber un
changed; white $2,10@2,20.. Rya is un
changed. Corn in active request and
advanced 3c; sales of 4,000 bus yellow at
93c. i Oats unchanged. , Petroleum Mu:
Anal: crude 20%,©21c; refined 3415 2 ,4 c.
Groceries, Provisions and Whisk -Am
changed..... . .. , . .
Lots, 'March 2.-Tobacco; sales
of 232 hogoheada at steady rates. Cotton
21%e. Flour $5,50(34,01: .Wheat,sl,so®
1,55. Corn 60(ginei Oats 62,&33ci: Rye
51,4E41;47. lidessrork $32,50. , Lard 19c,.,
Bacon; shorilders 14%e; , clear rib sides
17%c, clear sides 18e: .. Bulk Meats; shoul
ders :13%c clear rib sides 16%e, clear
sides 17c. 'Whisky, 92c.
litaiavins, Starch 2. --Cotton quiet end
bales.' r 1 • sales su:
exports 817 Flea du 1, •
nominally sBci .recelpts 855 balest
perdue at 5603,50. Corn at 7.5 c. Hay at
ps. Oats at 76®800- . Bran at -$24 0 4 25.
Corn Meal at $3,25., Pork at 1533,50. Bulk
Meats firm; clear'sides at 17 ®17.%,c, and
shoulders at 13%e. Dressed Hogs at $l2.
13A.1.T111.01111, Mare= 4..--FlOtur fairly Be
ttye and uncliang,ed. Wheat dull and
unchanged. Corn; mixed opened at b6'
087 e, but closed dull at 8504 yellow ac
tive at 911393 c. . Rye unchanged. Mess
Pork quiet at 133,25033,50. Bacon aril
and unchanged. Lard quiet at 204520%.
PITTOTTE,GII GAZV,TSTE: WEDNESRAY, 31.A.8.CH 3, 1869.
Cooper 6r. Co;1. tc bacon, Jas Vir:Dripe; 6
bbls dried apples, Voigt, :Mahood itt Co;
38 bbls Sour, Vulp tt, Shepard; 14010 1 . 9 e,
McNlenry flood; 4 bbls oat meal, Win
France ct SOn; 10 kegs pearl barley,
SiDghmver ati Vaskarnp; 2 bbls eggs, P
Duff .t.. Son; 15 bag% coffee, W W Swan;
I 1 bbl glass ware, Falaenstock F Co.
FOB ST. LOUIS, ST.
3t)E, (ilikli k., AND rk. , I,
rikINTS ON ] TUE 31,ii•SOU,s1 lIISER.—Toe
fine ptss,nger steamer 3IESSENGPIL, will leave
LIU the 18th Iti-t. or the above ports.
For freight pr poesage apply on boxml. or to
- I IsBRIEST .t CO..
GEORGE F. LIIIkEENS, at Rochester Whoral
Bor. ./sgel___ mh
River and Weather
Lotrisvivi.g, March 2.—River falling;
seven feet ten inches of water in the canal.
--- clear and mild.'
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IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
Prrrsztruon, FORT WAYISE it CIII
CAOO RAILROAD, March, 2-16 cars
metal, liimick & Co;" 13 do do, Union
Iron Mills; 4 do Bryan &Caughey; 4 do,
J W Porter; Ido do, Daornis & Collard;
2 do do,
Iron Co; 400 eke flour,
Means & Harper; 300 bbls do, owner; 100
do do, Dail Wallace; 1 car barley, Ha
worth -Sr, Dewhurst; 1 car do Woodworth
& Davison; 105 bdls brooinhandles, W
Mardorf; 22 sks rags, Godfrey & Clark;
7 hlf bbls butter, W H. Graff & Co; 3 bbls
egs, 6 kegs lard, 3 hlf bills butter, Volgt
Mahood & Co; 2 bbis eggs, 3 do •apples,
Vangotder & Shepard; 100 Ws] flour,
owner;l bbl beans, Little & Baird; 21
sks rags, Christy & Benham; 3 boxes
liquor, Sodelheim & Aifelder; 120 dozen
shovel handles Lippincott & Bro.
March 3.-4 bbls butter, 7 do eggs.
Stewart; 50 bbls benzole, Kooplerdo, &
Co; 160 bbls oil, Jas Wilkins; 8
Geo Ober; 320 do do, D M Edgerton; 320
do do, Owston & Sowers; 840 do do,
Fisher & Bro; 2 kegs butter,
h John 1
e Wil ar
son & Son; 3 Riggs, L J Blancard;
metal, McKnight, Porter & Co; 1 do do,
'John Moorhead; Ido do, Lyon, Sborb &
Co; 62 sks oats, 7 do seed oats, Moreland
& Mitchell; 119 do do, 4 do corn, Keil &
Bitched; 19 do rye, 50 do oats, Scott &
Gisal; 1 bbl whisk.y, McCullough, Smith
& Co; 1 car hay, Blaney. 6t.Moore; I bbl
eggs, J Guttendorf.
ALLEGIIMYSTA.TION, March 2.-6 cars
metal. Lewis, Bailey & Dalzell; 100 bbls
flour, E & C Magic;- 2 bbls eggs. R& A
Carson; 2 sks oat meal, A:Martin; 32 bgs
seed, Jos Craig; 1 car barley, M Well &
Co; 10 cars ice, A. Ackley; 2 cars barley,
.T" Rhodes cars metal,Spang Chal
fant &, Co; 3 Cara staves, J M. Hemphill; 1
car-corn, Ido middlings, R Knox & Son;
20 bxs starch, J Kohen; 3 caddies tobacco,
B ar,- .W Jenkinson• 2 pkgs do, W G
Parke; 58 sks fls ' M B Suydam; 1
car wheat, R T Kennedy & Bro; 21 sks
do, John Herbert; 17 sks corny S
RoeMastes; 61 bgs rye, 244 do oats, &
Ewing; 2 bbls eggs, W B Moore.
CAsVgruom AND prnswavag. RAIL_
no&D,March 2.-2 cars rye, Thos. Moore
&Son; 2 cars pig iron, Mitchell, Steven
son & Co; 3 cars iron ore, Thos Moore &
Bon ' ;
100 bbis flour, .W E Beel; 10 half
bbls 10 qur do; 10 kits white fish, W 1)
F O R c LARKSVILLEAdirsa
AN 1.11 N AtiIIVILLE.—The flue
th leave tor the
_a_ ••"' arch
ports, on THUnSOY, M a
For frelpt or.passs_ge_
rota I , LAM:. &
The tine passenger steamer.
MAtiti,E kl S.. . .... cant. B. LUUI S•_
Will leave for the above anti Intermediate ports
on tau RSIPAY, March 4th, •n r.
F'Or frclght or passage apply on bo ird or to
FLACK it COLLIaI:.\YOOD•
Mll JAMES COLLI^S• I
Glitt.IEST it 'co..
_it• J. 11.k.SLETT, Alrents•
VOW MEMPHIS D
.1214EW OItLFAY.S—The steamier
FIELLEVERN . . Capt.2l. J. DAtilialt , J ß.
ate March *ttl, or the
above and intermediate ports.
For friight or passage apply on board. or to
I ...onGII ItlhST 6.
VOR KANSAS ClTY,larga
A! sr. JOSEPH AND OMAHA.
—Tilt splendid tteamer
SALLIE .. .... ... .. . .Capt. T. S. elAt.ilotrff.
Win leave tor ... .....e ports on THIJ p;SDAY ,
'March 4tb, at 4 o'clock P. 11.
For freight or passage apply on ward or to
.1 6.1 -- - tts. IeOUN FLACh. J. D. COLLINGWOO D 2 4 .
NOUTBERN LINE S i g Wei
PACKET. -- FOR GALEN A
BAV AN .......... Capt. ROUXUt 1811BIiS:c00Dn..,
Will commence loading for the, above n it
-immediate points on the first oi March, and will
go t nrough without reshipAng. For particulars
FLXCE. COLLINGWOOD, /trews,
NORTHERN 1 LINE sairmt 1
PACEET.—The new and
gIetVAPOLI.. .. .. . . .. Ca pt. .1. B RwODIS.
Wilt lesse for Si. PAUL, about the 10th of
Aprl. and go througli dlivet. This splendid
steamer offers very buperi,,r sclorrimodations for
pazsengers and Itoelt. For particulars apply to
FLACK & COLLIN GWOOD; Agynts,
or I__!._tC &KAT
FOR CINCINNATI and
I. LOULSVILLE.—The flue pas
It. C. GREY .. .... .. Capt. I. R. ftrr•ri s tctu.
Wlll leave for the above ports on WEDEN DA, 1 J.
1 3 BLANCHARD,
Wren 41b. at 4 OCIOCKP• M. •
For freight or ii=g,i,...iLpzlyro.n hoard orto •
Wholesale and Betel . 1 \Grocers,
.1,13. COL s ,IN!'t - WOO O,
_fef. G. U. talltlEaT kfili..
laiietta and Parkersburg Line.
Leave Companls wharfßoat , foot of Wood
TIMIS, AT 12 11.
BLTAILD .................. S. SIMMER% Itastei.,
NVEDNILEDAI!4 AND `6ATCNDAYS.
GREY EAGLE ......... C• F•nsx?..; A -14r, bi&ster•
Frelea will be recelred at all hours by
W M B. NEEPER,
ALDERXAN AND VI-OFFICIO JUSTICE OF
OFFICE., 89 FIFTH AVENUE.
Special attention given to conveyancing and
collections Deeds Bonds and Mortgages drawn
up. and all lei* business attended to promptly
JOS. A. BUTLER,
ALDBECILLH MID VOLICIE ItAGISTUTE.
(Mee, )918 WYLIE STRETA.
, near -
YITTSBFIIOII, P .
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgment ,
sitions, Collections and all other legith
mane business executed Yromptly. • mh2Otnii
..I AIIUBL McifiAiTERS,
szAnacto Justice of the ?Wet and Police ap
trate. °Moe, GRANT STREET, opposite the
Cathedral, PITTSBURG% PA.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
DPpositions, and all Legal Business executed
with promptness and dispatch. mkt&
VIOSTACE 8. RlOltitOW ,
WS-OPTICI JUSTICE OW TELE PEACE AND
OFFICE, 73 PEN NA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA.
. Deeds Bonds,Mortget Acknowledgments.
DarttnirotinpatuaeV at dieegpatcblTtriess e_secute(
JOHN A. STRAIN, . 1
Ex-ornam strencE Oie Tug mace AND
commits 'FIFTH STREET. opposite the Ca
thedral, Pittsburgh, F. Deeds, -onds, klort.
gages, tckuowledgents, Depoons and go
Legs Busmen executed with nrotoutness and
• Justice of the Peace,
CoNvEYANCER,RANCE REAL A SSIZE SSIAIE AND INSU
-0/15.501; STREET, EAST BIRISIXOTIA3I.
Collection of Bents solicited and p romptlyA4
J. L. D11t1anakg........ ...... . • .A. E. VrEvsn Son
DILLINGER &.ST EV ENSON 1
87 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
RECEIVE AND SELL
All Sin& of Country Produce,
AD orders for Merchandise proVrisigeendeil
LOWEST market rates. l'artirui
tygUoltice, leeof Butte i g x.r...heese Dried
feel coorndengt np.t we can give
entire sallsfactlon, by making QV SALBS and
PROMPT RETURNS. St HIGUSSI MAREEIT-PRICSR.
the respectfully solicit
menr.Alit corresiporancdesweeer ro
Mar Ing lates urn e free. aln in storZ
and to rrive dally. ' u 31378
VSTABLISITED BY A. Sr, T
.11/ Orin:MY , 181*.
' W. 11.. GORMAir ,
No., 271 Liberty Street,
[flinsciwz OPT. EAGLE HOTEL,) '
WATT, LANG' A. CO.,
WISOLBSILLZ DIALERS IN
Groceries. FIOUr. Brain, PrOdtlee,
provisions, Fifth, Cheese, Carbon ;
r ", I
Nos.. 17% and 171 WOOD STREET, near M
oll, streeta. __ no8:n58
PST=IISIL ....... . -
JaXID DIALICIV3 nt
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS,` WELL FEED, &C
349 Liberty St., Pittsburgh,
Fr. C. ItIACKIRELL, •
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
No. 80 Grout Eitr e e
11% RIDDELL ,
ORlee,ll6 Diamond Street.
tOppOisite the Court lionise
B. TEXIGV S "'
No. 87 ritb. etreet.
eiscpxn nomillowr —Ma's
A. TTOUN - JElt-Arr -x..,xvv.
aro. es FITTS STIMET,
Dealers In 'FLOUR, GRAIN and 'PRODUCE
.No. 1.45. WATER. STREET,
atirnriewr. .. . .......
• arm nramsna EtT
No. 95 OHIO ETRIEVI, near East Common,
ALLEGHENY CI TY FA.
No. 396 PEN'S STREET
"FETZER ai, ARMSTRONG,
PORWARDISIG do 0011.11113.310 11111105A1T5,
For the sale of Plonr, Grain, Bacon, Lard, But
ter, needs. Dried Fruit. and Produce. generally,
No. 16 bIAIMET STB.EIET, corner of Fire.,
Pittsburall. ; felt 4n
Ber.T. KstoT. . . .. . ....... -.. .. aVirraVir WAGS.
114 AIN3INULCIfiIirIi Jag dealers c 2 alTil:
I ALLY. :,:o.
DIA2..vliD, opposite Citstliall,
I Allecrbpnv nits, a1.1r31
T .ITTLE, BAIRD 49. PATTON',
1 .LA Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants
I sus Dealers in Proddce, Flour, Bacon. Cheese,
Fsh, Carbon and Lard Oil, Don, Nails. 0150,
Cotton Yarns and all I" ...aburgh Manufactures
1 generalist. tEI and VI: dr-COND STREET,
JOBNentrros .. ... . . ..... , ... vrAt.t.z.
QUIPTON to„WALLACEi Whole
)," SALE o ROCEBS AND rimp,ucv. DEA.L.
ENS. - No. 6 SIXTH tiTILICET. Pin sbureb.
:MX I. lIOTISI.EDW. BOUSE.•..WX. 11. HOUSE.
TOUIV I. FIOVSE &BROS., Sue
t" cessors to JOHN 1. 1101.1 SE & CO Wnole
sap °loners and Commission 31eretfaVs, Cor
ner of Smithfield and Water Streets. Pt sbnrgh.
WINES. LIQUORS, &C.
VMS,: BR (DIES,
WHOLESALE DEekLESS IN
PURE RYE WRISHIES,
Will Remove on the let of April to
NOS. 354 AND 356 PENN,
"Elevaritla St., (formerly Canal.)
JOSEPH S. FINCH k, CO.,
N 05.1115, 197. 189, 191, 195 andl9s,
'FIRST MEIN, PITTSBITEteII,
Copper Distilled Fare Rye Whiskey.
yIIENVERSON J. & BROTHERS ,
260 Liberty stree, Dealers in Drugs,
ts and Patent Medicines. ' lisVp
WAIACILEOWN & BRO.,
Car Cori .
NOM TO N 0.196 LIBERTY STREET
White Windoir Leads Maas and. Glasswazt
Idaneacturers nrice e.
pirrsarmiGs 'PAPER now-
A. PLCTUSING COMPANY, Nittinfacturers of
PRINTING 86 WRAPPING PAPERS
CLINTON NILL--STSITSENVILLE. Orrio.
Isigewrox Naar -NSW SSIOSTON, PL.
OFFICE .LND WaSOUSS.
Igo. SS Third Streot, plttstm.rgh, Pa.
OtclunistonytivolosTo a Treasurer.
ZSAMUEL SIDDLL. eu B.
tTgri —ATP 111,14.
Cub vslu.or row stock. isvoss
BAIR AND PERIVISTEBY.
A 2.1 E. NO.
TOON ?Veil., %Riley
bs sliVtraitt,:near thmitibriseelsod.
Kft_ts t br f g b i . ,..
Blta'LETB' c'EL,rliAtß• mitt L n g done_
1011 be Oven f(1 - t aw
Ladles, and tlentlem
in toe neatest manner.
On end after TUESDAY, IT
laol , trains will Giant ive at
Depot corner •
Mailto sad from Unio - I
town ... .... -.. ... .. . 7:00
McKeesport A(xfouidt'n 11:00
Ex. to and from Ent'n• 3:00
West 'Newton Accom'd 4:30
Braddock's AccomdtM. 6:15
Night Ac. toMCK"sport• lo : 3o
Bunday Church Train to
and from Wept Newton 1: 1 I,
For tickets apply La J. •
- W. B. STOUT, Superintend
CHANGE OF ~,,,,,,....n.
Tom. : .. ......__ :-'-'•:,
ALLEGIEENIT VALLE• IMILFWAD,
On and after MONDAY . N ovember 9th, 1858,
TWO TB.e.INS DAILY vril leave Pittsburg h
Station, corner of Eleventh and Pike streets or
• Franklin, 011ICity, Buffalo, and all,polnis In the
1111.ZAVY. PrITSBUBGII. • AtxlilV IN n=03,01198
I Mail ...... .. 1:15 a rtill .. . ..... 5:40 p m
Express ... ... \ 1:10 nup Ex retie . .. . 6:30 a m
Brady's BAo 3:00 pinl Br .
Ys B Ac 10:30 am
list Soda Works . , lst 'oda Works
Accomd,. 10:50 it m ; A comod,n. 6.20 a M
Bd Soda Works !Bid Soda Works
Accomod,n. 5:00 pln Aecomod,n. 3:40 p m
Church Train leave Pittsburgh at h ave . at.
Arrive at Pittsburgh at 9:5 A. st.
sap se -train but
one chae of cars bttween Pittsburgh, Buffalo
onlyol p rincipal g Mall an Express Trains stop
• on at p points• Mixed Way end .11.0.
comet THOMAS trains stop at ell stations.
et 'LNG, A.ss,t. Sup't.
- I W. FOSTEII HOPE. TL
ITT 111711.611, Irri rt...3.v.:
giCIN NIZATI Ali * • ••• • - 0.. 4
.L 0 P.AILWAY. \_
CHANGE OP TrSfE.—On and after EltrlBlv)4Y.
Nov.22d, 1868, trains will leave and lire e at
Int - •epot, as follow', rittsburgh tame:
...... 3:13 a. In• 12.1 3 a. 131.
... 10:13 a. m. 1:33 p. m.
. ..... 2:58 p. m. 12:1 8 a. m.
.. .. . 5:43 a. m. 6:4-3 p. m.
a, lao.111l:28 a. m. 8:33 p.m.
=mod. 3:38 p.m. 9:48 a. m. ,
A.140.2..5:08 0. m. 3:18 v. ma
JAB. 7. BICILIIIi7.
s — =Z
• v •••••011215.,t....6,,q!::••iti?
./1:1; FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO
,EVELAND &PITTSBURGH. R. B.
'AOth, 1868, trains will 'rive from
the 1/non Depot, north 8 de, Pitts.
ie, as :follows:
I. 1 I Arrive.
.3:03 a m, Chicago Ex... A 13
,11:8n mlChica go EX. ,11..:58i
•16:28nreWheellng Ex 11:1 3 •.:
„6:58 a mDrestline Hail 3:53m
~10:081a in Chicago Ex.....4:38:
el. & . -Ira 2:23pm Cleveland Ex. 4:082 1
Chicag'o Ex., 2:43 pm lErie & Yg'n Ex6:1130:
Yre &Erie Ex4:53 pn.iel. &W•h•g Ex6: B 'is
Departfrom Allegheny., _ Arrice in .Al When.,
N. Brigt'neic . 8:58 a in VN. Brlgt'n Ac,.7 it am
Leetsdale ~ 1033111%1L1,3,,rg'51 ....111;33 ta
Rochester " 1:33 pm ' Leetsdale •:: Va t / am
Leetsdale An 0.358 pm ~.. _n _ . a m
N. Brigt'n " .5:33 pro 1... Brlgifi '•: 2: 4 3 pin
N. Brigt`n " .6:2Bpm \ Lee!viale " 4:53 p ril
Leetsdale " 10:4.3 pm " 1:18 tri
Leetsdale Saul- • Leetsdide Sun- in
day Church. 1:13_11m , day uhurth. 9:58 am
/fir 2:43 p. m. Chicago Expresa leaves daily.
681 - 11:58 a. in. Chicago Express arrives daily.
der., P. R. VMS 88, General
ral Ticket gent.
1110ENNSILIT A... 'ill, 0,,.;,..,„,,,
L NIA CENTRAL RAIL • ••••• -, A . ......
ROAD• Onand after Nov, 9:Bth. 1868, Trains
will arrive st and depart trona tht Union Depot,
corner th W ashington and Liberty
ifolloNt s.4irri —
Mail Train.l.!:l:3o rim \ Day El)xepPraertss. 2 30 am
iii.t Line..... A 10 sni Wail's No.l 6.30 cm
Wall's No.l .6 AO arn Mail Train 8.15 sin
Brint onAcen.l.so a in •Cincin'ti Er 12.35 pm
Wall's No. 2 5O a m Wall' No• .1120 am
Cincinnati Ex 9:40 amt Johnstown Ac • 3 25pin
Johnstown Aclo 35 am Braddock& N oil 20pm
Banta:tore Ex. 1.45 D in Phila. Express 5 10 pm
Phila. Expreslsl.os pin Wall's NO. 3 5:10 pm
Vaal' s No. 3 1.30 pml Wail's No. 9.-6.25 pm
Braddocks No 5.50 pm Faist Litre .... '1.50 pm
iVall's No. 4.
p m, WalPs No. 5..11:50 pm
Way Pa s 1 :20 p nil
The Church rain leaves Walls Station every
Sunday at 9:15 a. reaching Pittsburgh at
10 60 a. m. Ilk -turning, leaves Pitt,bergli at
12-50 p• m and arrives at Walls Station at
cininnati Express leaves daily. All ether
troor s daily except Sunday.
For hirther information apply to
W. H. BECKWITH, Agent.
The Petinsylvanialtailroad Company will uoi as -
snme any rist forßaggage, except for wearing ap •
parel, and Umit their renponettalitv to One Hun
dre D04111'5111 value. All Bagg :ge exceeding
Oat amount in value will be. at the r 191., of the
°anat. nr less taten by tmerial contract.
EDWARD a. wiLbiAms ,
non GeuergsuPe rtn "
eat. Altoona. Pa.
AND IdAtitfrACITIVICELS O
1 depsrt orn It°
7 .t i etsive.B7
.3r. 600 P. Y.
.n. 1405 P. Y.
• . n. 10:10 A. Y.
Y. $3 , ,.35 A. Ids
Y. 1 , 50 P.
r. 31. 5j415.k.m.
F. lc 1 :00 A.
licrs,eJ A 43 , ennotm
Expres will leave daily.
L. 311111011 arrive daily.
in. Train leaves daily, Sundays
nakes close connections
an alduswarksky New •
points on S
iiIIYLIA, General Ticket ¢.
Sup't.. Steubenville. Oldo•
ivirr. ST ERN-17.1.7,:i.,•;----,..,,,,„
rviNstLvAlnA..-- •,z- , --P - -.-- ,.
and after rs ay. 22,t,1868. the
Pa, senger Trains or.' the Western" Pennsylvania .
list road will arrive et and depart from the
Pedenl Street Depot, Allegheny City. as follows:
Stiringde N16:4 0 s &Mail ............ 1:00 a m
("Freeport N0.16:20 a mtlreeport N0.19:15 a m
Express .. ~ . 10:4.0 a reiSlaarph‘g Not 11:20 am
Sharpb'g N0.11:25 p al \Express ...... .21:45 pm
Freeport N0.24:00 p S.prlngd,e No13:20 pm
Mall ... ~ . ~.. 5:55 pin Freeport N0.25:20 put
Springd` e'N 026:4 5 D m SPringd,e "N o 27 :10 p m
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Tin.leaves 3.llegbeny JUTICtiDD •
every Sunday at 1 : 40 a. in., reaching Allegheny
City at 950 a. in. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City at 120 p. in. and arrive at Allegheny Junc..
Lion at 3:45 p. m..
COmmtrrAtioN TiCititre—Yor sale in packages
of Twenty, between Allegheny City Chestnut
street, Ilerr4 Bennett, -Pine Creek: Etnaand
Sharpsburs and good only on the trains stopping
at Stations' sneced tickets.
The Ingotrains-lea Allegneny- City at '7:00 a.
mi. make direct connection at Preepor. wlthWal
ker's line of Stages for Butler and Hannah: town.
Through tickets maybe purchased st th. Otila
No. 3 Ss Clair street, near the Euspensionßridge,
Plttsbur. li, and at the Depot, Alle ghee'. .
Por farther Information apply to
JA. LEXEITS, Agent.
' . Pederal Street Depot.
The 'Western Pennsylvanian= ailroad will not
ai surne any risk for BOVRILge, cept for wearing
apparel, and limit their-responsiility to One
klundia d Dollars in value. All baggage ex
ceeding 0 is amount in ve willbe at the risk of
the owner, unless taken g ra s pedal contract.
EDWARD Id. WILLIAMS
noM Gen...xi Stineriatendent, Altoona. I d a.
QlllOll.ll HILL i-7177-1“
iThIO PACIFIC BAJLI`'-'
ROUTE Mom the East to all points in
The SEMITES; AND
riga, ' .l3tall '
- '• Washington,Arizolr:p - •„ _
. ' .". c s i 4 , Idaho,
Neituril e '
rAn d Leavenworth
ave State -- e "snivel of rrain3
Two Vains le e ante d j o u ke
bat and St.
re e nce . ,_ Toe, s ,„,,ank" At e end of
ln~ e t ioi all
Ora l .VF-A" 19 ,
All Points in the Territoral
• diru5f06501413502;41 TRI.WES,E.LY TANS
HD3 for Fort Union, Bent , s Fort, Pass,
Alaneree, Saute Pe, and all points 111. Axi
-11! and Nor Mexico, ,
t°Nvith the recen .adAiltions of rolling str4r e .
aqn Tamale overland Trr ar irTs illertuatiolist Ines
liras. its srestellAYnalls, thia road novi ss offal
re sit itendtbrelgVresf.or the transosi ion of
'Tickets for sale at all the principal on
Ole United States and Canadts
Be sure and ask for Motets via ISE WORT
SILL ROUT /S, lONBARN; d.Y.
J. g, WEBSTIi36
eeueral FrelgM sad Tlctet Agt