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PITTSITRGII I METAL MARKET.
ChorD7u OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
_ • - FRIDAY; March 26, MtiV.
The market has b e ep unusually quiet
this week, the sales the aggregate be
ing unusually small, some of the com.
mission houses reporting that they had
absolutely done nothing at all worthy of
notice. The demand, with the excep
tion of one or two particular kinds, of
which there is little or none in market,
is very light; but with only moderate re
ceipts and. iv . .) unusal accumulation of
stock, prices, as a general thing, are
pretty well, sustained. As we noticed
last week, the great proportion of the
western iron arriving is being put in On
former contracts, so that the quantity
really on the market for sale is not es
large as might be supposed.
20 tons No. 2 Foundry . ., V 42.004 mos
20 " No. 2 " . ..... 41.50 4 mos
10 " No. 2 " ..... 42.00 cash
BITUMINOUS COAL SMELTED FROM LAKE'
SUPERIOR ORE. •
200• " Med Grey F's;er 88.00 frand 6 mos
"30 " Open Grey L 8 and
Native Ore F'dry ..... 40.00 cash
50 " Low Grade.- 85.50 5 mos
130 " Favprite BrandF'ge 39.00 5 mos
100 " Grey Forge 88.50 sspos
100; " Med do at. Furnace 36.00 4lttios
100 a a " 36.00 4 mos
58 " Extra Forge 49.00 4 moe
10 " . b R No. 1 Foundry 45.00 cash
130 11 lt II 14 45.60 4 mos
25 " " 46.00 4 and smos
270 " Fancy Brand M 0..... 51.50 4 mos
Markets by Telegraph.
_ NEW Yonk, Mareh 26.—Cotton quiet
and without decided change; sales of 5.50
bales at 283‘629e for middling uplands.
Flour receipts: 2,560.bb15; flour 10©15e.
better on low grades; sales of 6,800 bbls
at $5,65@0,20 • for superfine and ' State
Western, r,35®7,75 for extra State, 56,40
@7,20 for extra Western, 87,50(4)7,55 for
white wheat extra, 86;45©7,09 for_ round
o, ,00Q8,50,f0r extra St, Louis,
and 1 0 ,00 G 0,50 for Choice do.; market
closing quiet and Steady. Itse flour
quiet and steady; -bales of 200 bbls at
47.00. Whiskey quiet; sales of 75 bbls
Western at'.ose. Wheat receipts: 2,800
hipti.,wheat,2@3c better, with a, moderate
ifISIII I / 7 ,thnnrices asked having checked
tkeixisinO l l3,l . 1 1143 A B OO Lim .at #1,40@.'
1f0 . ..
1;4534 fdr,2 Spring in store, $1,600
IA for : White California, #1,65 for amber I
hitt:lllpm . Rye quiet. Barley dull and
heavy; nice of 4,200 bus German
oh private ...terms. Barley • malt dull.
Corn; receitil.s 31,458 bush; opened firm
and closed dull and drooping; sales 38,-
000 bash at 135©8713 for new mixed west.
cm. Oats; receipts 15,031 bush; firmer
and quiet; sales, 1,700 bush at ,74g0 for
western in *Ore, and' 74',c - for do afloat.
Rice drill at 8V,,@9%e for Carolina. Cof
fee; Rio nominally unchanged; sales last
evening 11,000 sacks Java on private
terms. Sugar. dull at 1251@12Ne for fair
to good refining. Molasses • dull; small
sales at 84c for New Orleans, and 63c for
Cuba. Petroleum quiet at 19,4@20e for
crude, and 330 for refined bonded. Hops
steady at 8016 c for American. Linseed
Oil quiet at $1,03. Spirits Turpentine
dull and heavy at 50©.51e. Pork heavy
and lower; sales 1,100 bbisat 6.31,50@31,75
for new mess, closing at 631.50 cast., $3l
(q)31,25 for olddo, 8 26.25@32,75 for primp,
and $29,50633,50 for prime mess. Beef
heavy; saleS 173 bbls at 13(4)16 for new
plain mess, and 612@18 for extra
'fierce Beef $25 ( 430 for prime mess
$27®32 for India mess. Beef Hams
quiet, with sales 125 bbls $25114131.
Cut Meats quiet; sales 150 pkge at 13®14c
for shoulders, and 16%@)17e for hams.
Dressed Hogs quiet at $13,25®13,50- for
Western, and $13,25®14,00 for city: mid
dles quiet, with sales of short clear at
1714 e; also 25 tes bagged hams at 2034 e.
Lard quiet 'and unchanged; sales of 150
tea at 17%€)19e; chiefly at 183;®18K,c
for steam, and 19©19;;o for kettle ren
dered; also, 250 tea steam at 18y,c..: But.
ter quiet and steady at 30@400 for Ohio,
and 400)50c for State. Cheese firm at
18®2i.c. Freights to Liverpool quiet and
Latest—Flour closed a shade firmer
and in imoderate inquiry for common.
Wheat quiet : with moderate milling de
n/and. Oats quiet and firm at 74X for
western in store. Corn dull at 80®8035
for new mixed western. Pork quiet and
steady ,at 531.50 for new mess, cash and
regular. Beef dull and - unchanged. -Cut
Mesta steady, with moderate inquiry.
Bacon quiet and without any decided
change. Lard dull and unchanged at
18%@)18% for good to prime steam. Eggs
steady at 27®28.
Cme.too, • March 28.—Eastern Ex
change easlor, at par buying and 1-10
premium selling.• - • Flour firmer, at $5,10
@6,75 for spring extras. Wheat; No. I
quiet and steady, at $1,13@1,17; No. 2
firmer and I®ly ‘ c higher:• sales at 11,10
01,12@t1,12Me for regular and fresh re
ceipts;_ closing at $l,ll for regular;, sales
of No. 2 since change at $1,11V,,c.. Corn
active; sales of Pew at 64(?;55,1c; no grade
at-52053c; - closing nominal at 54gc for
new; there was nothing doing this after
noon. Oate dull ats4@ls4j4e for fresh'
receipts; 5350 seller for April; 56M0 Sel
ler for last half of April, and 53%c buyer
for the month. Rye quiet; sales of No.
1 at 1419 for regular, and $1,20©1,21 for
fresh receipts*, Closing at 51,20. Barley
dull at 11,70 for No. 2. Highwines dull
and nominal, at 89@89ye. Provisions
morinactiielind firmer: -...Mess pork $3l;
mesh and Ibt the Month.' "Lard steady, at
180. Dry salted sbbulders higher;
sales at 12y,;(4)12y01 loose. Sweet pickled
harms, 16c. Dressed hogs quiet; at 111,25
@l2 all rounds; $11,50@11,75 dividing on'
200 pounds. New Orleans Sugar, 14_@
16etor common to choice. Molasses, 1 ,
441,05.* Receipts for the past twenty
four hours-4,412 bbls flour, 17,595 busk
wheat, - 86.465. bush - corn '
oats; 020 'bush rye, 1,240 bush' barley,.
3,618 hop; :Shipp enteL--8,178 bbla .flour, ,
4,425 hushwhea4.l6,9s2. bush , corn, 5,700',
bush oats,' 2,181 bush rye, '8,185 bush
holey, 2,839 - hogs.-7. - „ •
Crwortrikri, girth 28.—Fic l uir dully
16.5@6,50. Wheat uticbantred;,
No. 1 red 1 1 ,80 i No. 2'#1;85 . C°rn'ingo°4
damand.at 62@iiiic for ear. Eye firm at
VAL- (Pate unchanged and firm at 14 95
02,05 for No; 2 State and prime. Cotton
qtriefbtit steady at 2734ef0r middlings,
and 263f0 'for mfddlhigs:' Tobacco
Arm and in good demand at full'hitea;
salts; 160 .blicts.,and 22 ins. Whisky .In,
degiand incithe market firmer closing
at 913i0.• Mess d pork held at 532. Bulk
mftW - 123i01.4340. •Beim 1834, 16% and
infe, but some smalleales were wade at
Wiese.; Lard'held 'at 18)ic," Batter
,aid supply better; afresh • 118@)44c: ,
Eggs dull 'and the prices are lower, clog:
lug At 2.8(424e, the inside rate shippers
for canal. ,Clover seed in moderate job
bing demand at 15y,®1534.3,
dull at 118@3,10.- Flax in demand at /2.25.
Liriseed oil firmer and held at $1,03e.-
1,01. ' Lard oil 56c and ',dull. Petroleum
firm at .34®3/313 and a better demand.
Sager firm; New Orleans 14@16e. "Coffee
steady; aalee 450 bp at 24f4210 for corn
min; 24c for fair to good, and 25@26c for
prime to choice Rio. Molasses scarce and
firm at 800)85e for New Orleans. Gold
181 buYing: Exchange scarce at par to
50 per thousand buying, 1-10 premium
selling. Bankers continua - to -transfer
currency to the east to keep. Up the bal
ante of.the motey market easy..
Sr. Louis, March 26.--Tobacco better.
but hot quotably changed: Cotton; no
salsa reported. Hemp very dfill, choice
undressed 'sold at $1,60. Fleur stiffer
and low-grades 10©15 higher,Spring and
fall superfine sold at s 4 ®s;'apring extra
at $4,60®4,70, fall do. $5.37®5,60, fall
double extra at $6®6,50. Wheat is dull
for fall, fair to prime red at $1,25®1,45.
choice and fancy do. $1,80®1,87%. spring
little better at $1,09 for No. 2, $1,15®1,17
for No. 1: Corn firmer at - 66®70. Oats
higher at 57(4)60. Barley quiet at ?I,Bo®
2,15 for fair to fancy Illinois spring Rye
dull and' ower at 11,25®1,26. Whisky
firmer at 90.- Groceries unthanged. Pork
quiet and - unchanged at •M. Thilk
;Meste;*. small sales of "clear clear Rilieldes at
1 16y 4 . Bacon firmer with more demand,
Jobbing sales of • shoulders at 13%1;4)14,
clear rib sides 16%®17, clear sides 1734,
the latter price refused' for round lots. -
Lard dull and in no demand, choice held
at'lBy,®lB3. Tho receipts- for the past
twenty-four,' hours amounted to 1,400
barrels of Hoer, 2,700 bushels of Wheat,
, 1,600 bushels of corn, 5,800 bushels of
oat, 800 bushela of baxley, 500 builhels of
rye. • •
TOLVSO, March 26. Flour quiet.
Wheat, 'amber, ` open , active and ad
vanced lc, wit h sales $1,43 for No. 2; red
at $1,25; white Michigan regular, $1,42;
No. 1 red, 61,42. Corn, No.' 1, quiet at 68c;
Na. 2, 1/c better, 650; no grade lower
633 e. Oats a shade lower; sales f Michi-,
gat at 6014 c. 'Rye firm and . in 'request .
at $1,31. Barley quiet,and steady. Clo-.
ver seed quiet at 59. Raceipta--1,300 bbls
flour, 6,300 bush wheat, 14,000 bush corn,
5,700 bush oats. Shipments-4,800 bbls
•fluur, 9,800 bush wheat, 16,000 bush corn,
5,100 bush oats, 500 hash rye,
- Mir.wetrurat, March 26.—Flour more
active and firm; prices unchanged.,
Wheat active and higher; sales at 51,14
for. No. $1,09% for 2. Oats firm;
sales at 51®54c for No. 2...,C0rn firm'
sales at 56c. New Rye unchanged. Bar
ley is dull and nominal. Dressed hogs
are dull- and weak. The xecelpts were
2,000 bbis flour; 1,000 bush wheat; 500
bush oats; B,ovo bush corn; 500 bush rye;
100 bush barley; 50 dressed hogs. The
shipments were 6,000 bble flour; 4,000
bush, wheat; 200. bbls pork. -
Lotrisvntit, March.: 26.-Baleei of '123
hhds tobaccos. common lugs to cutting
leaf, at 4334,®17;¢c, and . Common at Wye:
65,50®6,00. Wheat, .$1,45®1,65..
Corn. ,62®63cd ,-Oats,'.63®6se. Mesa
Pork, $32. Lard, - 18 3 / 4 a: • Bacon—shout. ,
dere, 14o; clear. rib sides, 1.7 c; clear sidea.
1714 c; bulk—shoulders, 18e; clear ~r ib
sides, 16c clear: sideso 16M0. , • fitugar—'
New Orleans fair • to -choice 14®160.
Molasses—New Orleans, '80(g185c ? Whin—
key,..9243. flay; prime,.s2l.
PluransmPttia, Match 26.—Flour is
firm, *with sales of Northwestern extra
family at unchanged prices; Ohio $7,50®
9,75. Wheat very quiet, with sales of
5,000 bus red at $1,50®1,60; No. 1 spring
$1,45®1,50. Rye $1,5041,53. Corn is
steady; yellow 880, white 84®850, and
mixed yellow western 850. Oats un
changed.. Petroleum -advancing; crude
19M ®2oc; refined 32®3210. , Provisions
inactive. Whisky; scarce at 90®98c,
ME,xviris, March 26:—Cottan quiet, but
steady at 27%®3c; receipts, 211 .bales;
exports, 154 bales; week's receipts, 3,614
bates; exports, 3,964 bales; stock, 25,566
bales. Flour unchanged. Corn, 77®78c.
Oats, 68®70c. Bulk Meats weak. Hay,
626®27. Pork, $32,50. Lard, 19 @)2(); ; •c.
Bacon weak; shoulders 14y, ®14.14c; sides
BALTIMORE, March 26.—Flour active;
low grades higher; western superfine
$6,25; do. extra 55,20; family $8,75,59,7E6
Wheat firm and unchitaged. Corn dull;
white 81@82c. Oats: steady at 65@75c.
Rye firm; sales of 4,000 bush, at $1,50 for
northern. Provisions unchanged. Whis
key; there is a better feeling; sales at 94c.
DETROIT, March 26.--Plotu• neglected
and prices unchanged. Wheat dull and
heavy, and $1,53 was -offered for No. 1
white Michigan. Corn and oats dull and
"Citicesko, March 26.—Cattle Market—
Beef cattle qtilet and easy, at 118156,75 for
fair to medium; ra7,50 forgood to choice
shipping. Hogs steady at $9,25@9,50 for
fair' light; $9.76®10,1E for Medium to
good, and /10,80 for choice.
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
'PITTSBURGH.. FORT WATIPB at CST.
pea° RAILROAD. March 26.-31 cars
metal, Nlmlck- & Co; 4 do do,
Caughey; sdo do, Jai; Wood; Son di Co;
sdo do, Coleman Rahtn & •Co; -1 do do,
Brown it Co; 100 bbls flour. Foster - it Lee;
100 do do. .0 A Boucher; 100 do do, JM.
Montgomery; 1 car wheat, 50 bbls hom
iny, 23 bas butter. Volgt, Mahood dr Co;
100 bbls flour, A H Pickenny; 300 do do,
Dan Wallace; 400 do do, owner; . ; 1 car
wheat, Scott & Glad; 6 pkgs batter, J A
Graff; 25 bits starch, Rinehart dr. Stevens;
50 do do. J 13 Dilworth & Co; 2 kegs but
ter' W Haslage & Co; 25 bxs starch,
tleit Baird; 25 do AO, Seghmyer it , Vas
kamp; 100 doz shOvel handles,' Postley,
Nelson & Co; 6 cars iron ore,, Zug & Co;
20 doz washboards, H Riddle; &do pails,
Hawolth & Dewhurst; 84bales wool, W
Barker Jr; & Co; 1 car hay, irohn'Hinkle;
1 car malt, John Clangwlch; 100 bbls'
flour, 1 car rye, Culp & Shepard; 102 aka
flaxseed, Ewer, Hamilton & CO) 2' cars
staves.. M• P Adams Bro; 1 ear oats,
Bricker & Co; 13 bales busks, E 'Ed
=lnagua &Co; 21 bbls apples, W G
• 9sks rags, J B Jones; 10 eke barley,
H Rea Jr; 18 bag soap, sdo candles, J a A
Dietz; 38 do soap, Smith, Johnston& Co;
3 pkgs butter, SI Lenz; 8 bbla eggs, J A
Grad 3 sic ; do, 9 AP _40 6 11 or,
*7P•a , 4 4 /4 i4virti.FAriltnOtteusasatbil
ROAD, March,. 2fie-10 _ears gray warm
ore, 8600W:renter, Blair dc Co; r / do oats,
H Schuelbach; _2 . do potatoes, J B Camp.
bell; Ido do, J Dens; Ido do, E.
Brelmiter; 100 bbls flour, Watt,.Lang it
Co; 48 bag ink, R S. Davis; 4 dodo, 8
bdis.iron, 1 frame, J' F Kiel; 416 bdle,
handles, TAppinc9l4.&l3; 10, btds oatmeal.
Ritilifert Stimensi bbl, Ibz butter, 1
do. eggs; It Oarber; 2 - kips beans, 4) Bar
nettl WO adar4,ll,bbls_potatdes, /111114-,
4'61:011 7' Utair & Voi 26 .6 6 ,
apples, I:dv - eggs,' fkg lard; Volgt,;2ll it
Ca;'lcar bones 'Robb a ,Frerron; glif (
bbls, 14 kgs, Fhti4 '& haetkgar; 50 ,bars: potatbm, 2do Res,jr;,l bbl eggs
A L'Onithatc & - Col 38 empty hozatio;l3,
Dilworth & Co.
• l'Alliiitikauff VALa3 < RAILROAD,
March"' 26.=6 bbls whisky, a ski ogi,
Ma o a)iiing_ ith ;Smith it CO: 8 Ins batter ,
W;Ritedy; 240, ,1 W , 'biocutch:
Loon;,160 dodo. `Eigle Worka; do do,
Citisetus Refinery; 160 do do,_
filoWera; 960 - do . do, Lockhart; flew &Cow,
160 do deaart 'Wilkins; 1 cat - bay, More-,
land &Mitchell; A Car: Metal, H H Wood
sides; I'dor do:"Lyort, „Sttorb 41t, 'O6;, 4 eke
rags,.tiodfrey'& Clark;`,l cat , ttlatal; Xcer
Knight, Port* & Cof 1 .04 FkilYt.rarei
& Moore; 56sksi:iittiye, co t '
,Glaal; bbls ;eggs,./1 bxs butter, &Kling
,eneruit,h;,2 bhls ,eggs, 2 'WAS butteriJas%
'Smalls V eke potatoes, EE‘hicelarth.tt , 6
pkgs eggs, 4, do butter, A W Beet; 20 bblis.
eggs, 11 pkgs butter, owners. t, .
A.mnagmne 28; -
ear chairs, Freeborn; 115 'sks, coriok, 10
do oats; Rose & Ewing; 1 ear metal,'
Lindsay & M'Cutcheon; 10 bga ioall4l
Bell; lu doz washboards, E Jenkins;
5 dodo, James 011anlin; Udo do, Jamea
Lockhart; 2 cars staves, Ralya dr Robert
son; 1 do do, ..T.'ol Hemphill; 100 bbis
flour, G Stewart; 1 car metal, Spang,
,'G2t;ETTEr:' ; SATURDAY, /MARCH -127; 18
Chtdfant ,t CO2t do dci,aistr, Bennett
it Co; 2 do do, Lewla Bailey' a Dalzell.
PITTEONTROR AND CONNELLSVILLE
RAILROAD, March 28.-1 bbl eggs, 2
bga flaxseed, T Craighead; 25 bbla
salt, A Chambers; 1 do eggs, M I Steel
Bro; 200 bdia paper, I B 'Hammer; 3
bbla salt, M'Cullonge, Smith'dc Co. ••
PENaeocLVANIA. CENTRAL RAILROAD
March, 28.-10131bge rye, J S Finch.
Theweather yesterday was warm and
!ilpring like with occasional showers of
ralp. The `mercury at noon. had, risen
The river was swelling steadily last
evening; with eightleetlir the channel.
No arrivals except the; packets. ';The
Kenton for Cincintmti departed - with a
Capt. Ed Evans, of the 'Leonidas, ar
rived from Cincinnati' yesterday, having
come through by rail,. 01:1 a flying , visit to
his ftimily. Tbetionidas la now at Chi
cincinnall, leading for New 'Orleans.
Capt. Evans returns again on Sunday.
Mr. Ezra Young, who eve believe, has
been Clerk of the R. C. Gray ever since
shercathe out, has retired from the river,
tor - accept the position of 'cashier of the
Peoples Savitigs Bank or Allegheny city.!
Mr. Young, although quite a young
man, has made many friends during his
career on the river, and, is in every way,
admirably adapted for Vie responsible
position to which he has been called.
The new Northern Line st e rmer, Min
neapolis, is a splendid ape men of ma
rine architecture, and is ((greatly ad
mired by all who. have men her. She
will be, completed within a 'very few
days, and it is expected will leave for
St. Louis and the Upper Mississippi on
or about the 10th of next month.
The Collossal v Capt. Cox's new moun
tain boat, is also nearly finished. - •
It is reported that the Glendale, which
boat left here on Thursday for St: Louis,
experienced some, difficulty at • Glass
_The St. Maryswas to have I left Cinein•
natilesterday for.Pitmbargh. • •
Among others, the .following towboats
will get off today . Sam Roberts. and
Panther, for Louisville, the former with
80,000, and the latter with , 420,000
els;: Fearless for Cincinnati, with 100,000;
and Boaz for New , Orleans with :283,000.
- - -The • Mary :and bargsa
arrived , at St. Louis on -wednesday. •
The Grey,' . Eagle, 'Capt. Brennan: is
the , ie . siibar packet for, Parkersburg
=-The New York, from Pittsburgh to
Nashville, arrived,at Cineinnation Wed
—The Savanna arrived at St: Louis on
Wednesday and the.tlarrie V. libtudz an
--The Maggie Hays, loaded nearly to
her gurirds, left St. Louis for Pittsburgh
on Wednesday' - '
'—Th'e high headed Emma No.'3, Capt.
J. H. dfarratta, is announced for , Stem
phis and New . Orleans forthwith.
—The Kate Putnam left Cinolanati for
Pittsburgh on Wednesday withtigood
trip. Pilots—Jas. Henderson and Wm.
—The popular and reliable Lorena.
Capt. Sam Shuman, is announced for St.
Louis and the Upper Mississippi, forth
—The Missouri River was open at Fort
Benton on the Gth inst.; at that point it
had only been closed a few da y s this
—The Arkansas is on her last trip for
the season in. the. New Orleans and Ar
kansas River trade. She will go to the
—The new Northern Line steamer
Minneapolis, it is expected, will be - ready
to leave for the Upper Mississippi about
the 10th of April. •
—Capt. Dave Silver is prospecting on
the Ohio for a steamboat suitable to take
the place of the Peoria City, on the "0"
line of Omaha.packets. '
—lt is contemplated, by certain par
ties at New Orleans and St. Louis, to
establish an opposition line of steamers
between Lhe above ports. •
—The R. C. Gray, Capt. Isaac Whitta
ker is announced for 'Arkansas River
=drill intermediate points, She: is the
only boat up for the Arkansas.
—The .Shreveport) AYouteiweaterts .says,
the boats above the raft' will meet with
difficulty in passing the wreck of the
Cuba No. 2, as she lies across the
channel. • • -
—The Quincv (1110 Whig of Monday,
says: As the Lime Eagle was nearing
the bridge,,Sattirday; goin,g up, a train
of cars was passing over, but was made
to halt until the draw h ad swung round
and the steamer!passed through.
-Capt. , Hamilton, 'of Cincinnati, has
succeed in getting a subscription of $lB,
000 for the removal of the Cairo dry docks,
toMeinphis. Probably the , balance of
the amount` `
subscribed when the docks are taken
—The contract for transportation -from
St, Loxii4 to Fort Benton, ,and all, way
points on the Missouri ' - Elver, to move
Government supplies, has been awarded
by Qurtermaster-general Niel" and" ap-'
proved by General Shermaa, to John N.
Botlmeer, of St: Louis. •
—The new steamer Collossal, Capt. M.
A. Cox, and the Mollie Ebert, Capt. 0:
W. Eberti-bottiLtio top boats and in`all
respects adapted for their Jong Vioyage;
Ida Rees No. 2, Capt. Tbompson,'eliio•
announced Air the same placer' • , ' •
'....The Franklin (La.) Ban/m.1 4 , says:,
' , Capt. E. B: Trinidad has gone to Vin
climati; , and ,perhaps . will go to'Pitts.
burgh, td purchase a steamboat for the.
salt gb.MPany;, to, take .'.salt from Petite,
Anus leland to merkbt: They will soon
ha u ,..,Veli2oo . 11ip.109.0„4191c?511043t rPr-414 11 ,h
Po4r.bstwv.." i , •;'.'t •-• ~ i ~.; ;,,,;: • „
,' / Toils(o4 9 zieaci/A4 tiL Joseph,
oxi: he,44;,ehe,, wicked ~. chola:in-her,
bolt a t t , ..,Pe,
. I ,,ltend, and ran .on:
the} lira iepsired,ffilmailea, On. her
arrivalat St; J - 0 8 P1 1 Pin attsehment was
4ele. d-jon - her,s by i 44ipt.. Aterwoodit for
Us bonds were _ f iven and.eheirot
lieiforgte•-•• • • •
:—The •Impoiter-arrlied at St `l o
from New °thane the , other day, ' after '
an , absence of nine` 'Months. She' has
been' rmulhigin - the' Arkansas river and
New Orleans qtradei and is iuddWhitt*
made. more, mthict.•• than itnyi liit. ,, petite '
boststhat went below this setabi. , 'She'
will be immediately, dooked and one.';
vated for a thonntain trip. a v • .." •
44116 Vidlishitisi ' Tiniee of Sunday;,`
saj,iii The 'Prank. Pargond and the Dex
ter 'hid ilevekalt lively rdns bet this
vitt and"' New einnipg, up: ~The.
PiitgetitiTAM Red RlVer Lan ding with;
thlillekter ttiiielnlles ahead; andlt OS
alitlivind tabk 9, them - until the PaigOud;
on along eliffit'wbb.4"o63ll9lP9l"o
end.Xtin togethei foiolifteen inlim, ,
- 7 - ' ll i 4 lit. FAiwOis'ilid a nerrowesooPe
frOM destruction recently, daring , her,
passage ILO ,Memphis, twenty-five miles
below;-Memphis, in coneequence* of a
Are, which, by some accident, ignited ,
with the floor and belling of her kitchen.
By , prompt Action the flames were
quickly catingnished before they had
RIVE.ft - ; 4 ;rEWS.
got the inestery, though the damage was
—The Evansville Journal of Tuesday,
says: B. B. Taylor, of , Madison. an old
steamboat clerk, was a Imasenger by the
Richmond, on Sunday. He went. South
to seek health, but instead of improving
hails, we regret to say, rather proved
worse. He was unable, on Sunday to
rise from his couch. Ben has a noble
heart, and we are pained to see his
health so shattered.
—A Louisville special to the Cinncin
nati Commercica, says: The proposed
dam of Gen. Weitzel across the head of
the head of the falls excites serious op
position' in all quarters.: The Pittsburgh
coal-boat pilots, and Captaics and ow'-
era declare it a vital blockade of the
river; that it will be impossible for boats
to ascend the falls at any stage of water.
The dank and bridge completed being
impassable barriers, the city authorities
are being aroused, and citizens who
have use for wharf space declare that
the harbor will inevitably fill up by con
structing the data,, and the boatmen all
concur in the belief that the canal will
be the only outlet for boats, as it mates
the canal a dire necessity, or else Louis
ville is the head and foot of steamboat
ftiVer and Weather.
Lotitavitnn. March 26.—River ris
ing, with 1.0, feet 4 inches in the canal.
Weatherclornly and mild.
DRS. COOPER, WALACE E and
WM - remove their Office on the First of April
next to No. 751 Diamong, ' Allegheny city, rear
of CUT Hall. ' .• ja3o:d7ll
G w. De CAMP,
nTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. •
ogee • No. I3T FOURTH AVENUE, Pitts -
Vormerly occupied by : Hon. Walter H.
LiFtrrie, I will practice In the 7J. 8. Circuit and
Dlstridt Courts: in the ate Supreme and col l ect
Courts of Allegheny county, and make tions in most of the adjacent counties. jaZkd7B
ALDERMAN AND EX °Film JUSTICE . OF
- Tair, PEACE.
.gtren to conveyauedng and
collection 'Deeds Bonds and Mortgages drawn
up, and all .legal Dullness attended to promptly
JOS. A. surveil
£LDEZKA AIM POLIO MAGISTRAMB.
Mice: 1 WYLIE STRIEET, near WastilagtOn
Deedd, Bonds; Ifortgisiteit, Acknowledgmept
Depoeltlorui, Collections, and all other legltl
mat e business executed promptly. mh2o:us
Ex-OtdcloJustice of the Peace and Pollee Max
trate. Oftcs„_KlANT STREET, opposite the
Meeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
DPOO5ltlOll5, and all - Legal Business executed
with promptness and dispatch?
EIISTACE IL 'MORROW,
CCX-OFFICI JUSTICE OOP THE PEACE AND
OFFICE. 73. PENNA. AVENUE.PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeda Bonds,hfoitgxges, Acknowledgments,
Depositions and all Legal Business executed
wits promptness and dispatch. ' tirr2ll
JOHN A. STRAIN,
EX-OFFICIO JUSTICE• or THE PEACE AND
0111ce,212 FITTR STREET. opposite the Ca
thedral, Pittsburgh, Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mom
gages, Acknowledgments, Depositions and all
Lega Ruth:Less executed with Drowns:less and
• • •
Justice of the Place,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE AYD INSU
CARSON STREET, EAST 1111LIIINGHAN.
Coliseum% of Bouts solicited andoromptly at
tended to. • my3:y6o
C. RUMMELL . ,
ATTORNEY AND :COUNSELOR AT• LAW,
No. 89 Grant Street.
JOHN W. HIDDELL,
ones. us sisisoso street,
(ODvatte the Ocetrt
- No. 87 Virth street,
itsoirißoom. t. ap4rw73
9111 rum" sTBEETi,
P 1 m'
SIORTINCIS AND BATTING.
OLDIES , BELL & CO4, v .
ANCHOR COTTON :
Nano tiotoreri of RZAITI ZaDIMI inn LIGET
.5. lir'iiit7tll'x,4334 - Amb "
3WEICIILANICIALI I EINGINEER '
....,„. 4 ; i . . ......,.....,;........ . ..-
131MCEVALL t BECILS7II4.I . -
, il.iiiiiaciiviiiuir orlatexits,..,
, Mato of P. P. 3 1 / 4 1k wav,t
1 wina f ito.7ll /ND BT -um , moult&
BM? . ItairP!. I - 1 !•...19-, , - .-491-;44 1 .-
_•sucillinflg hl oiall i deirpm tr ied .,,
DBAWINet larAta l ied,_"PV atjta l lt a tj:
Da142.6) dign al ooLumvir Mow(
Patents' mi A 'Molted.. An EVEN
I ND D waajg_ °Ladd . Ab r . tapabantoa eV
WZDN AY l o af '!' •', ' I •, •• ' atAtnee
' I 'LITHOGRAPHERS
INGERLIt& CLVIS I Successors
to Gso. P. Sostropatkx ;ii Co.,
tirtb,, , r-atimal UthoiDinhto llstabifshianit
at of ha Moantatni.„ Nosiness . Cards. Letter
441,,D.. .Bott*abols - Citoulart, Elbow WAN
Diplomas; g to, . vial% vatudostet of Dot'
peir6l4‘ Pitt. _ nTI I, ata.. Woo I_ll and .14
Wed etaMet.fttah.::- , • - , .1!„ ... .. -
p- 1 6 — r - tEkO.-4300.•.,ptge Sot* ,
' • Laid for sale DY •
tbSS • 141 rtrat Avenue.
Iora; nurrEL-ris4iieta ges
Ffeati 801 l Butter, renelved and kr
I eby . J. L'a ktinELD,
, • 141 pint. avenue:
a prime Article, tot sale by
Z • • 7. B. OARBIZLD
xidarase 1869. lariat
NORTHERN LINE PICKETS,
St. /His to Keokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALL If MEAN DIATE PORTS.
One of the splendid Shiewheel Stearbere of this
Line will leavest. Louis da ly for lieokuk,D .ce.a.
pert, Dubuque, Winona, stillwat,erano St. Paul.
Through receipts for Freight and Passengers
will he given to all points oh the Upner
sishippi ,on steamers rennin; from this port, and
connec , ing with the Northern Line Puckett at
St,lris, thus enabling Con.ignses to sec their
Fr..l ht through without delay and at lowest
teats. Apply to JOHN ' • •
• J. D. COLLIN GWOO D.
Agents, or to
R. C. GRAY.
n2ll26:sfa- • 91 Water street.
''ORTITERN LLNEx i gire s
PACKET.—The new. 'and
sD endidl • •
MINNB'APOLIS Capt. J. B. RHODES.
Wilt leffre for ST. PAUL, about the 10th of
April, and go through direct. This' splendid
steamer offers very superior aemonnnotiations for
pa.sengers and Stock. For particulars apply to
FLACK & COLLING WOOD, Agents
fe22:o£l or R. C. GRAY.
PINE BLUFF, LITTLE ROCK. LEWItIBURG,
DARDANELLF, NORRISTOWN. SPRA ItA
BLUFF VAN BUREN AND FORT bMITH.—
The new And light draft steamer.
R..'. GRAY Capt. Inn WarriAsEn.
Will leave as above on SATURDAY, 22 th inat,,
at 4 P. st.
For freight or passage apply onboard or to
FLA.CE & COLLINGWOOD,
ItiERS LINE.-For ST. l aWt
LOUIS. MISSOURI RIVER
AN FORT BENTON.-rThe steamer • • '
IDA REES, No. 2 T. THOMPSON,
#lllleave as above on SATURDA.Y.March 27th.
Feeirelght or passage applr on board er to
.., A. J. lI.SLETT & CO., .Agents.
FORIST. LOUIS, SEO.zaZa -
REM. GALENA AND MI.
UQUE.77IIe paaaenger t Learner, -
LORENA. Capt. SAIL Einomezr,
Will hire toy Die aboye p orts , , on SATURDAY.
Z7t , " ''. 1 •
Fo eight or passage apply on board or to
_ ' , • , JOHN FLACK.. • , •
nth 23 . , J. ,D. COLA,INGWOO 1,. Agents. ,
OW ST. LOUIS AND
U T M RE3 OU IP R ING ITE —KTs e W n T w
passenger steamer ,
MOLLIEI EDEBT...G. W. EBERT, Ckirrillandei.
Will leave for the above ports en THIS DAY,
at 4 o'clock P. M.
For tretght or 1 p l umage
apCOpl LL loy o Wird NS or. to . ' JAMES - I,
mliM.. FLACK I COLLINGIVOOD,
1 ' . • Agents
.LOR'ST. LOUIS. liitN•s i ar a t
SASCITY, LE ANENWORTH,
ST JOSEPH, OMAHA. FORT. BENTON. AND
ALL. POINTS ON' THE MISSOITRI
new passenger steamer •
COLOSSAL' Capt. M. A. COL
leave for the above and Intermediate ports
on SATURDAY, March 517. at 4 P. M.
For FrelArht orpassageaoply on board or to •
mh2o FLACK At COLLINOWOOD.-Agents.
BIENPHIS AND NEW OBLE&NS,
FOB? MEMPHIS AND ri z ia get
NEW ORLEANS—The steams
VAIMAI,No - . 3 Carr: J. H. MAnATrA.
Wll/ leave for the above and Intermediate ports
on SATUDA.Y. 97th lest.. at 4. r. 11.
For Irelght or passage, apply ea board. or to
J. D. COLLtNOWOOD. Agents.
_ - WHEELING,
Marietta and- Parkersburg Line.
wharf Boat, foot °Mood
BAYAIW GEORGZ D. Wooer, Muter
WEDICINDAYS AND ESAITSDAYB.
Freight will be received at all hours by
salt JAMES COLLINS. • Asen t.'
. , . .
parties z agg
owing' or having . 'elalots
Eit the steamer .
LITTLE MS ILEESE,
are notified to call at the °Mee of JAMES IMES,
corner of Duquesne Way and mount' street. for
a settlement of the same, as she has been sold and
settlem4iu desired, mtubigesi
IVILLIANE KILLER & CO.,
Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty Street.
Corner of Irwin, now offer to the trade at low
farces. strictly •
Prime Newtrup_New Orleans Sugar and
York, Cuba aid English Island Salim.
N Philadelphia and Baltimore Re
Golden Drips, Loverings, Brntkils, Stuart's,
Adams" and Long Island Syrups.
Porto Rico, Cuba and English Island Molasses.
Young Brion. Japan, Imperial,__Uunpowder
and tkiivng Teas.% . .
Carolina and Bankola Rice. .
Java, :Laguayra and .lo Coffees. .
Tobacco, ;Lard Fish, Nails,Glass, Soaps, ,
Calm Yarns, gc., constaatly on hand. • ' ' •
IMPORTERS OE •
'Fine Brandies,Wines And ftiars.
Hamlett, Moselle. and Stit/WA& / 10 4 W#es
of kluasel & Co:, Lte betties: ' - ' • - ' -
Sparkling Moselle, Scharsberg and .ifotutania._
burg, Hockbelmer,' Burgundy, &o.
Brandenburg & Freres', Fine 011 re 011.
•do 1 ' do Clarets, Imported in bottles.
do do Wines', in bottles.
M. Wort & Sons' Sparkling Catawba.
Fine old Sherry, Madeira and Port Wines.'
Free Old Monongauela Rye Whiskies. pure.
do Very Superior Old Scotch do . de.
Sole ft t genti Yoi Mee t (lhsndon'a dread 'N'l.ll.
Verzenay lmpperia and Sellery Cbsrapagne.
Brandies afoot Own selection and warranted.
2,000,000 ACRES "
OHOIOE LOBS FOR UM.
Union•Pacille Railroad Company,
Wait slaps' atilt* of theft road, at
$l,OO To $5,00 'PER ACRE,
Lades a OBEDIT OP TWA PUB&
Fi t / * lnbar P*U Ol / 11 4 , ! Tanolk IdOnla
4 zootio , P* DEIMMIns
• :!Land Colaiolailoier, Topeka; Ilausae..
Or CRAIM H. LAnsoiteimr; see , ",
antlffißL E rwAL*vi.s.-Jusi
choice lotof fresh ;-:
Grenoble- Walnuts and Per
the iiaund, et the Faintly (krone'- • -• • .
• , "1 ' •' JOHN A. RENABLAW. •
inh2o . Corner liberty and Hand *crania.
2,000 11 IVSHIBLEJ OF IrSACII
a• 1 1 RIMMBNPION.
An BARRELS OF SORGHUM
Trur 11,° " ssl DittarToza. wrEvEnscer
' PARE ERSE UnG
1 DAILY, AT IA M.
1 ; MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.
C. L. BEZIrNAN. Muter.
..14.41 , V1VX 4
1/sl/~ ~1~; it//a4 t'3:T•~~R
.................A.J. L. DrLLilrOZh
COMMISSION RERmANTs .
87 Second Street, Pittsburgh, PC,
RECEIVE AND SELL
AU Kinde of Country Produce,
Ail orders for MerchandiserromPtlY tilled at
LOWEST market rates., Pa leular attention
given to the sale of Butter, kggs, Cheese Dried
Fruits, &e, We feel conErlent that we can ate
entire satlatar d tion, by making ottiox sma s ftd.
PROMPT EZTOILE6, at 111GELIST SLUM* YalCia,
and therefore respectfully solicit your consign.
menu. AN correspondenceAuswered promptly.
Marking Plates. fernished free. , Orals in store
and to arrive &MIT , ' • anSLATs
ESTABLISHED BY A.' & T
6 4 EXLY, 1812.
W. N. EiWRMLY,
No. 271 Liberty Street,
MAW= OPP. EAGLE HOMO
111..87231L1r. ' J. 4. BURL&
M - STEELE . SON, •
AND DILALMIB IN
FLOUR, GMLAIDT ! ..I7E.EXI. arm.
No. 911 OHIO STEEEI, near East, Common.
ALLEGHENY CITY. PA.
WATT, lally6l & COy,
WHOLZSALZ DEALERS IN
Grocerten, flour. °min. Prod ll .es
Provisions, Fish, Cheese, Carbon.; •
Noe. 1.751 and 114 WOOD STREET, near LID--
• erty. Street. Pittsbergh.LPs. - n08:n55
PST= IMIL JAB. I. RICIIABIL
KEIL & HICHART,
AND DIAL INS IN
FLOUR, 95422 f, BLEDS, KILL Blr% Le..
349 Liberty Bt., Pittsburgh,
L. J. BLA.NCIWID.
Wholesale and Retail Grown.
No.- 390 :PENN BTILMET.
r t IT TL . M'
. HA, at, .
Wholesale Bioeers, Commission Merchants
anj Dealers In Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
fish, Carbon and Lard Oil Iron, walls, Oleos,
Cotton Yarns and- all - Ptitsbursh Manufactures
generally, 1121 and 111 i oseCOND:BTYLIABZ
rßurzzit . dc Annzwirso.TAit;
WA&DING & 'OOMiIBBION WER0116125,,
tor the sale of Plow; firaini Bacon, bard, But
ter, Heeds . Dried Frult,. • _ an d. Produce generally.
No: • le MARKET STREET,' corner of PIM;
'Atttaborah. • - tezinta
i'OUN 8/ UPTON A -WALLACL:
§:UPTON& WALLACEi WhOle-
SALE GROCERS AND PRODUCE DEAL-
No. t 6 SIXTH STREET. PRrt.aburch.
JOHN I. H0U8E..NDW..110U5X.....1111. 11.11101I81t.
TORN 1. HOUSE &RROS., Stite••
u tumors to JOHN I:HOUSE & CO., Whole
saia Grocers and COmmisslon Merchants, Cot
ner of Smithfield and Water Streets. Pittsburgh.
ECLIPSE PETROLEUM REFINERY.
HERBERT W. C. TWEDDLA
Lubricating & High Test Burning Oils.
Zellpse Beillroad - .114e) OIL
Stands great beat without change; remains
limpid at lowest temperatures.- - Special (Mier
tropical climates or hot weather. .
Locomotive, Engine, Machine Shop,
Will cut Screws. •, , • .
Saw Mill and Planing 31111 Oils, •
' Adapted forbigh speed., . -
Spindle,_oll, Wool Head-Elght 011,
011 'Tanners' Stain Sausalito. ,
ing ? th Finishing OM thew' bier
Harness Oil ParratUne.
ARMOR VARNISH, to :pre . Briglit - Don
Work and Machinery from Alliat..
These products are manufkctered ander Dr.
Tweddle , s_petent by SuperhSheila In Mec
ca°. The Lubricating Oils r u emost odorless,
perfectly purei un i form, 'and • meet, ligh t col
da. b temperature unc
ored. stan ed. and.
remain limpid du gextreurecoldr'Vhe- liroad
OW are 'unequalled, end /rein constant use on..
many Of the , principal Railroads." Samples' can
be examined and orders left. at 174 WOOD
STREET, Mforks -st Sharpsburg Bridge.
101 1 rmunto iwING,
v v. -
.00=311440i aterellantsaa4 Brc'ken la
Petroleum and ~i ts• Products,
DALZELL'BUIIIcIINO, DUQUESNE WAY,
ZBILALDELPHIL .6.4)DR:E28, .
VIA.RING, 'RING & CO.,
127 Walnitt• Street.
Tues. Hit,!nt.p;!s . ,
,COMNISSION . IMICHANTS
AND DRALXIIB •
Petroleum and - its' ProduCts,
PlinadelphlaWacei—lAT WA WALNUTT. -
I L"liriP9/ 1 ! , WORWS •
H. M. LONC & CO.,
'Duqueine PltUbargh. Pa.
G RAVS FE R 9 E- 1
13 / 1 ,7 0 4 101 ;
C. E ROBI.I4I3Ogi' '•
• • _ .tf
Black aid Colored ?fisting & Lithograpik ,
mop, VARMSEIGES, &O.
Gray's Ferri Road sad add. , streetai
itmea PHILADELPHIA. .
FRE I / 01 Pmitlium wromi.
iti?a • lWit Bair Saint lUdthmel
THE BEST otzAzuras
Pertabte 'Tar and Feed ARMY
Ids numbers and but quality Hot sale at
319 and 32/ - .1.3mt75t., Pittsburgl6.i
IDEARL' ;AEH.-26 'casks, .forkr ,
taletv • J. B. CANFIELD..
HITS : plfE.--200 bbls.
by J. 11.0ANJTELD.