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Oman or , Przrrinrseri %awn-re,
fia;rtraDAY,* April 11, - 18(e.. 4
We did , think at the opening's the
, - ,
weekwhioh has just oloeed „ tharthere
was every Indication of
provement in business, • but - since , then;
there has nothing transpired to warrant
!nab a prediction, and, we regret to ,
the prormects at present are y noni _
•- flattering. Nearly everybody_ la re
ing hard times; mciney tight,And 'coil
tions unusually hard tit make. As
systemgenerei,tbing the credit, system
•.• badly, both forthe buyer and seller, d
• the more It is discounter:l%llmA and
„s wage d, the better.. The• man t at
makes it a rulertobuy on time i s a l
at the mercy of hi% has to y
more for his goeds,thatt he :who
for cash; and
.besides, is al s,
cramped nioneY and Cannot 'take ad
vanta ge of an sPPorting,i3VAe . e . offered.
APPLES -Are coming hi more freely,
but. with a steady demand; _prices are
maintained, ranging • from 14@i6 per bbl,
as to quality. •
t APPLE BITITER,- . .1s quiet and -Un
changed. at 90®11 per gallon.
BUTIER-Thare is a continued steady
demand, and we can report - regular sales,
at 45@;48 ;prime -to choice Roll.
BEAN4 3 .-In g9od supply and rather
dull Ant unchanged; 0,50 to the . trade,
• and-13,75 arretail way. . • • '
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR--Dull; BI@3X.
;CRANBERRIES-Salea at 118@1=
• CHEESE-Sides of New,York„Goshen'
at,.24012 t and the market , ahnoit bare, - •
..• CORN BALT-11,76@MS ner . cwt.
"•• CAR BON OIL-May ix, quoted at 30(i):
411 for standard brands Ina jobbing way. .
DRIED FRUIT-;Peaches dull but un-'
changed,a with small sales of, quarters at
14 and prime halves at 18@l9. Apples
/02112, as to quality. „ •
SEGO-S.-There was an , active demand
to-day, and but - very few in market.
We now: at 21) @ 3 0. •
Hd.Y we can.report sales of some 800
bales strictly primetight pressed, on
wharf and to-arrive, at ;25.
HOMINY-$5,75®6 per bbl.
ICEMP-1225 per ton. • - •
IignSIONS-The- market, to steady
with". 5 0 64 ettri; country deutand: Exima l remain
tinclutriged. Sales_ of Bacon at 143pge
Ani Bhatildersq Riobed Bides, 113%@'
17 ll4 l:itilg)ir and gNar
Curednams.l934 Steamed Lard, 3i,
kettle reridere4 -. 2naog. mega Pork
192„50;;I)ried Beer a 1..,,•• -
POTATOES--In btter s upply but
With a ..Continued good local demand
prices are sustained, ranging from 75@
' • PEANUTS-10 cts per pound. ,
GRAIN Wheat is quiekand tiruihang
ed, prime red Winter 'being quoted at
11,48(g)1.50. Oats dull, notwithstanding
the supply is light; may be quoted nom
'inally at 64@65 on wharf and track and
87@68', store. Rye quiet;, Western
quoted at 11,40 and prime State 2 at 11.48.
Barley is in rather better demturd with
sales of some 1,500 btuthels. prime to
choice Spring at $2.10®2,15. • Corn, dull
andruichanged, at 701578f0r White and
75 for prime Yellow..
SEEDS--There is a very fair demand
fbr - Clover, with sales at 110®10.50, and
Timothy. at $3.50@8,75. - Flaxseed
quoted at 12,4.5©2,6e.
BALT-Is quiet but steady, and is still
quoted at 12 by the car load.
FEATHERS-A shialle firmer, and we
now quote live geese feathers at S• to the
trade, and the usual advance in a retail
. ~ e
' , 14
ONIONS—DuII at s4®s per bbl,
FLOUR—There is q uite an improve
zaent in the demand for Flour, "but
notwithstanding the market is more ac.
tine, prices. as yet, are no higher. Spring
Wheat brands -16,25: to 6,75®7. Winter
Wheat 17,50(48. Rye Flour $7,00@
7,25. The following are the Pearl
Mill prices for their brands of flour
made of the best wheat: Pearl Milt
three star green brand, in barrels, P. 90
in sacks .19,60; double extra in • bar
rels lB,OO, and In sacks at 18,90; Pearl
min family in barrels,: $8,40, and in
sacks at -18,00, Spring Wheat brands in
barrels 17,80, and in sacks $7,00: The
Pittsburgh' City Mills prices are as fol
lows: , Choice , White Winter Wheat
Flour, in • bbls,. PAO, -and 'racks $B,OO.
choice • Red" Winter Wheat Flour, in
bbls, $7,75, and in: sacks $7,50; &Mee
Wheat Flour, bbls, 17,80,
Ind in auks, $7 per bbi: • _
WEClSKY—Higliwiries very dull; may
be quoted inn jobbing way at 91692.
LARD 'Oil—Sales No. I at 11,8012)1,65,
and N 0.2. at $L,28(01,80: • •
Mules by Telegraph. ' •
, , • • ._
Ntw 'Tour., Apra 11...'-cotian is Arm,
WWI sates of 2,800 bales at ZaKo for mid
dling uplands. - Flour; receipts of, 9 . 8213
barrels; the market' . is ' dull: sad '6oloo
• • - ...•. , • •
, - lower, with sitles 0f5,900 tWivels at 16,60-
06,10 for superfine State, szol , westerM
i8;15®8,76' for common to. *Woe' extra
• gi5te,141507,20 for extra western,' $7,85 ,
08 ibr white wheat extra,' .6oloo7,66'for,
Bound 'Hoop Ohio, .608,60' for extra:St.
oads, and. ;9012 for good to cholcie do.,
the market aloidng quiet: ; Rye Sony is
• ' steady; with males of 800 barrel!! 4150
7,10, the latter price being:an extreme.
-.Corn Meal Is qtribt, Whisky Is nocciltal.
. Wheat; no receipts; the market is . unset
and steady ibr winter, with sales ofAOOO
bushels at 11.4601,46 for retail lob! No 2
Irrilat t liiBSlbr Winter red western..l,6s
for inita California, ;1,70 for choiceera,
ber nu n, and 485431.90 for good to .
choice white Afic tlt r... Bye Is Seem
with ' Was . of . bushels Weoterp, at.
$1,400 - 1 42 - -Bar tl ey. . la. laottry. • th,,
salsa otsoo bash 'Mast at IVO." ''
bush G ermans id SAIS. Batley' t '
dull and heavy. Beoelpto Of Corn 16,1180 r
• Oarntfaidts bOYera; sales- of 46,000 'bush:
et 89090 e kw - 06w Miked westerniebielly
at 88088 a, shipping parwlslBolB96, l lbr
do fustore 98e, ibr doldloot."Ree810810f:
Cats SOO bush; Oatitis a shade firmer ; sales''
• of 88,000bnah itt 76m0 for western In store,
• 780 :abr do' ioo • Sloe 13 -, *toady' at
90830 for earolfas. - "s".7offkarfa 'fly.
•- Sugar la rift , moderate 'mita* sale 's of
-890 hhdir Cub k at' 1112012 V Molatioa 1
warty artfvr t aWor Of 85 bhdaPbrto lifixg=
at 7W94 !Patrolman:lBlmm lit , 18 1 ,40)
iske adder. 82@&234e- refiod , fit 13on 1
• Mod fadtdOefgribefor 'Amerfoin: Lind..
reed 'oll • lir firm At 1 1 0€1,04. Spirits-
• pupentine II firm at 6I o. Coal quiet. •
• - zembettl Hemlock ;side ' &toping .atfBo
(0 3 21br;ThAndik • ATOM: an Rio Gond° •
night • weight: -, Wool unchanged; .: sales
of ;_26,00. pOunds - at 490 W lot ea -
mastic ' ' .846)3/s'for •un,wealptele We_
fbr moored,. 10.11.1:_d i ,` No
for oodibitPorklowatr,. . 1 )4190Y5
bble atsBl, 145 fbr ne w -Migf,
(0 81 ,00 fora l d o, . 12 1 ,0 9 4 9 27 , 00 ;40.0 4 5tia. -
figil B , 7s oBo,oo•for•.litinie' mess. vßeof
quiet; - sales of 100 bbls fat 18,00012,06 for '
new plain mess;',l2,ooolB,oofor nett' 4 1 ,x-•1
tat mesa: Beef hams steady , at .1125,000.
81,00. Tierce beef dull; sales of 400 tierces
at. 126,00081,60 for prime mess; and 527100
• far . Indiana mess. • Cut 'meats steady!'
sales of 150 packs:tea at 12%@130 for'
shoulders,and 103‘0170 for hauls. Mid
dles quiet and steady. Lard heavy and
lower; sales of 500 tierces at 17y,®17M0
for steam rendered, and 18%4011190 for
kettle rendered; -41 60 v 500 t 10190( Meten
rendered, for seller. for May at >18340.
Butter steady 'at 80®10e ler Ohlo, and
40®45 for State. ' Cheese fi rm Lt 18®22c.
Freights to Liverpool dull; engagements*
:7,500 bus wheat per stejitheriatlts. .
. Latest—Flour closed dull inadin buy
ers' favor. , * - Wheat dull and very heavy
for spring, and winter le. in .
demand and at full prices. .Rye is quiet
at 1440 for western., .oats . steady at 7634
err western in stor,e. : Corn dull , . at litS(ei
89 for new mixed,Western afloat, and 89
(gs:q34 fer old mixed western' inst Ore and
&Mat. • Pork steady' and' unchanged.
Cut Meats steady and in , Moderate de
mend: : Bacon quiet and. unchaned.
Lard dull at 18x,®18M for !hit "to p rime
steam., Eggs firm. at 80®32.: Metals—
Sheeting Copper quiet and unchanged at,
33 -. Ignot is dull, irregular and droop
.l,nir at 23X®24 for Lake. , Ilk Iron quiet'
and firm at .140042 ,,50 for Saohiti. And
$87(j42 lei American. Be i Iron dull at
185®90 for refined English and Ameri
can." Sheet Iron quiet 1134 @Win gold,
for Russia. Nails quiet at 4%®5 for out,
tii(36,4 for Which, and 27®30 for horse
Carcruo, April S.—Eastern exchange
quiet, at par for buying, and 440 pre
mil= for selling. Y/our Aulet , and .un
changed. Wheat; No. quiet at 1414®
1,15%; No. 2 at $1,08X®1,11;4 for regular
and /fresh receipts, closing steady at
11,09 X; sales since. 'Change at 51,09Y,®
1,0934. Corn moderately active,• and
x ®3.0 lower; sales of new at •53i130
for afresh , and 5114®52140 for regn ar; n 550
grade at 5034®510 for regular, and 52®
6334 c for fresh receipts; taming at 52®
523y0; in new there.is nothing doing this
afternoon. Oats quiet and firmer; Mg
'5334c for regnler, and 54®56340 for strict
1y fresh receipts, closing at 339in,seller
during the month., Rye, steady and nu.
;changed; closing at 11,20®1,2034 for fresh,
,and 118Q1,1834 'for regular receipts.
Barley' dull Mid lower, with. sales No- 2
at 11,M®460; sample lots at 11,75, deliv
ered; closing weak " and nominal at in
aide figures. Highwines dull ,at 870.
New Orleans Sugar • at 15015 Xe for own-
Mon to. choice.: Molasses .. at ..11®1,06.
Provisions dull and weaker. Mess Pork
freely offered at 134 without buyers.
Lard sold at .17eMlee for - steamy closed
nominal at 1734 @AN. Bulk Meats la
ve and-nominal: Reealpte for past
24.honis--8,6:24 bbls flour, 560 bus wheat,
4,355 - bush. corn,' 6,840 .bush tete, , 2,500
bush barley, 3,030 bogs. Shipmeets—
7,089 bbhr. flour, 6,037 hush wheat, 21;800
bush corn, 3,718 bush oats, 1141 btu rye,
Latest—At theopen Beard in the after-
ACM there was a fair demand for No. 2
spring Wheat, which closed steady at
about 11,09%'®1,04‘ There lam noth
ing done in Corn and . Oats. In the oven-,
Ing business was dull. Wheat was Immo
five and nominally. unchanged. Provis. ,
ions quiet, sales being confined to 500
bbls Bdess Pork at 131,50, cash.
Sr. Louis, April 3.—Cotton; nothing
doing. Tobacco unchanged. Hemp dull
at 11,45 for prirr.e undressed, and 12,45
for dressed. Flour firmer,. but tin
changed; small sales superfine at 14,25,
rd extra at 15,244,00. Wheat fi rm at
1135®1,50 for common to p_ r i pe red fail;
7244480 for Choice de.; 11,56111,86 for
. prime to choice. Corn heavy and lower,
a staad in v B rut I. ks , 1 4altire. at 571:31410e:
e4B l4 . 2 clill f. irn e d ryijonminaillyeunchiw firm aniecgt
r" at 11,2541,P28. s p rin g.
,Whisky steady and.
unchanged at 89e. Sugar easier at 13y,(gf
151‘o for Louisiana . Molasses dull and
lower at 65©7.5c. Coffee weak, but not
quotably changed. Pork easier and more
doing, at $31 , 60@3l , 75; a round lot at
Peoria sold at 1.31. Bulk Meats; very,,
little doing; dry salt clear sides, 15,4.0.
Bacon lower; clear rib, 16m ®l6Vr, clear
sides, 17, ®l7x(3.- mostly at 17c. Sugar—
cured Hams, inn. Lard weak; small
retail sales choice tierce at 18o; keg, 200.
Receipts-2,073 bble flour; 4,900 bus
wheat, 9,100 tins corn, 5,500 bus oats, 500
bus barley. 200 hogs-.
einem:ran, April 3.—Cotton
and unchanged; middling 273i 0 . Flour
and grain unchanged and quiet. Whis
ky dull at 90®91c and not much demand.
Provisions fiat and not much demand,
'Mess pork held at 131,50, but no demand.
Bulk meats held at 12ya14go, but not
saleable at better than .1.2®140 and 160,-
090 lbs sold at these rates. B acon:. held
ati3X, 1634®170 for shoulders. clear rib
and clear sides, but hardly any demand.
Lard eold to the extent 0f.250 toe at 180,
but city cannot be bought to any extent
at this rate. 'Sneer cured hams dull and
['akar at - 40®430 / for ,fresii. Eggs &Mar
and in demand at 22®2110. Apples stereo
and selling at 15 to 7,50. Linseed cilia.
'held at 1406. Clover seed dull at 15f.
15 2 ,4 c. Ilmotby firmer at 13®3„16.: Su
gar dial but the prices are not loiter; New
Orleans 140L50. Coffee steady; sales 110,
bags at 12®140 for fair, to"good lib; prime
to choice 25®2641 • Molasses firm at SOO)
85e for New Orleans. Gold 131M - buying,'
Money market close at 10®12per tent.
' New Onianues, Awil L....cote:in stiffer,
mlddlings.,2lB39; sales of 2,100 bales; re
ceipts, /,735; exnorts,:2,6o9. .r Gol 182.
— Sterling ' 141X€1141K. Dammam) 140
e.YorkSight, Drain ,;. IgM
-preminm, • Flour • has an .up 'ten
tiencen. superfine,' $6,624 dottble `extra,
1 5 25; treble extra, ..16,50®7,25..:00rn is
limit, white, 77410786 Gate ,•figin at 79.
Bran. $25. _OAT firm; prime; 427.
. , Mess; dull of 133. 'Bacon dull and lower.
Lard dull at 18%01834; keg at2o®2oM..
Sugar firmer; common; 11%; prime, 14..
McdulinA. quiet; ;dine; 76. Whisky nom
loakWestern Recitified.BB®9234. Coffee
Inlet and firm;'- - lair, • 14X0151M prime,
/13 1 8. ,- ; .. , .... - 4 r, I I i ' ;i -
I Fitaitcisocki'Apritii.'-i-Flortin light for expert at- iti.50®5.50: best Ore
ffsn brandsll 6 , 76, osL26.l.l'Wheat quiet at'
e l,4s ® l „ 6 s.ls i tt,T=ders, 77%. Min
, fin; &bares du the week Were native,'
therefor exce edinga Wilton and a quer.'
, ter of dollars._` Alpha; jlllt. Bele/ler 18;
lkillks. 17; ••10h0liar, ISIV Confidenc e; 85;
orrnn ipaiat, 68; Empire ,Mill, 80;:,(3fould.
& Parry //8;:Hale & N'Orcrois, 86; lin-.
gerb4l4 Kentucky, 276; Om/dental; 28;
ph1r,134; Overman, 68;Savage, 78; Sierra
, Hevada,Bo; /Yellow Jacket, 66:: :-.
wToranxii4prlt B.=Flotir , dull and nein
inal: Wheat' dull and 'nehade• lower;
amber 1_4401 Na .-I white ;Michigan $1,76.
, C8:021 dant' No: [offered at. 07o, , with buy '
f ere eV , 660; '24 . d. 2'll ;lower 'sit . 113tio; no
Wilde 13/jiiii• 'Cate quiet 'at 60C fbrMlchl
gen.rel,ye steady and nominally ; tin
'chair . • °Barley - dull`; and dtdeping.
tßeee eti:800 bbls Sour. 800 bu wheat
—l,loo . 4bleficlen B , 9 oo,l l. Wlierit, 21.600
fiti;:initn, 9,100 kgr eats: . ,-, , :•• , ,_,-- • ' ,
:'-.citiikiniudi.',4iiin: i 4 :ltbit t enieS
aOf ggeawmiquiriandaddithdanntllitli leaf
t. 114.1177.,. j..2.:°"tc* 2634°.' 44ss
182•04; I +fsroV 47)1A:,•. , ateett.ireales.
18 ,ige,lori. ihottideni c #9._Pr, clear- :lb
44y - r ent '.,17C, ,fer -. idese , ,,*l l .. , Iltak
Inpatir:-4aletatailefer: ithoul; 1110 Or
clear rib'eldee, and for 'clear rides.
Flour $5,500:41,19 t , 191 62 0 . 1 '
Ceser foo @rt's• - th!gssr $4
. I4 Y hi l ice"
- Anna) Ole. -‘ - ~ _'i --- ..!; ~.t :1 ./.. -, :t: , :,=. . 7 _
.lefilwainglis,' April' o. l aleittffidit Ind
Witirk; sring **trim -Mired •at 118;5®
A 8734 w ithout teryere....'Wheit dull; sides •
at 11.06g01,1363i tbr-1it0. , 2 „. Lilo .1;10%.
for lio.1; timing at the ' elitelde figures,
Oats. 543f0. Corn weak' 'at 55c. 'Sy.
nominal at 11,14: Bartel% dull, 11;70 de;
livered. Receipts-600 bbls , flour, 16,(10(1
bu wheat.. Shipments-2,000 Mils flour,
8,000 bu wheat. '
BUFFALO, April B.—Flour dull at sO@
6,25 for city ground. Spring Wheat—no
'F4 • ' •
"0 , -X-' . -sr4" e ,,c-el• •
VlTrSkritGH GAZETTE: 1 M 4 )NDAY, I .:.APRIL: 5, 1.869':4.
.ingtdry....and market nominal:, Corn
vest/Anil-and drooping, with small sales
new, at 65c on track. Oatfidull; one car
cold at alio on track. Rye nominal. Bar
ley. doll .and drooping, with sales 2.00 Q.
bash very,choice•at 12. delivered. High
wines nominal at. 93. Pork and Lard un
settled. • 4 • -
• PiltraminixtrA, April B.—Flour dull
and unchanged. Wheat , vely quiet and
Bye; sales of 2,0u0 bush at
NM.' Corn steady; sales 9,000 bush at
147 c for yellow, and 82@)83c for mixed
western. rOats unchanged. Petroleum
quiet at 810 4 fbr refined. Groceries and
Provisions small business doing. Whis.
kY dull at lA.;
13ALTlilotix,,April&—Flour quiet and
steady. Wheat firm for high grades and
receipts Olean; prime red' at $2,10®2,25.
Corn at #36©870 far ;prime white, 'and 85
@no -for, prima yellow; receipts small.
Oats dull at 8040168 o: Rve dull at $1,50.
Proylidons• unchanged. 'Whisky nomi
nal et 03c. ,• • , •
, lelements, April.. 3.—Cotton--ieceipts
for 'the week ending. yesterday,3,lss
bides; week's' exports , 8,471 bales; stook,
22,251• bales; receipts , to-day. 212 bales;
exports 143 bales. Flour firm. Other
maikets are withciut decided change.
Drrnorr, April &—Wheat—white win
ter scarce and very 'firth; upper grades
extra, $1,75; -No. 1, $1,58.-
,Barley , 11,33.
Corn firm at 72c. Oats, 58c offered. Mill
Stufts—Bran,- $20,00©20,50; coarse mid;
dlings, $21,50@22,00; tine do., $28,00.
NAtunaLLE, April 3.—Cotton active;
Bales of low middling at 25; and good
ordinary at 2.10.
DEPORTS BY RAILROAD.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYSZ &
0.030' RAILROAD: April 3.-20 cars metal,
Nimick & Co;1 car bran, J Jenkins; 1 car
wheat, Watson P & Bon; 600 bbls flour;
owner; 400 eke 'do, Beghmyer de Vos ,
kamp, 100 do do, McKay, Bro; 100 do do,
Bhomaker & Langenhelm;, 1 ear scrap
iron, W Mullen% 1 do staves, W Hast
ings; 181ixa tobacco, A Schaub; 18 des
brooms, 1) Haworth & Co; sdo Alp, John
Porterfield & Co;, 8 bbls apples, W G
lar; 83 bis tobacco, Head dZ Metzgar, 2
:bbls eggs, W H Graff & -.:Co; 70 dor.
rbrooms„ a Ewart t CO; 6 oks cider, 19
bbls apples,' Voigt, Mikhood &Co; 84 bales
cotton rags,. Pitts Paper Manufacturing
Co *Oar barley; Heil :&. Ritottart; 1 car
rye, Culp dr Shepard; 10 bia cheese, M
W Rankin; 9 tots bitters, J Adler & Co;
12 bait Powders,- J' Henderson; 4 bales
dry irides, 4 calleg;
_29 bbls apPlesiJ
Pettit; do do, P our & Bon; 1 obl'eggs,
ADD •Prrnanmeir- Ran
zweit, April &-8 cars iron ore, Sheen
berm; Blair & Co; 2 do limestone,Zug
& Co ; 1 car lumber Crowlow C oon;
do lath, McQueentif h Dongltus.; 1 car
lumber, I M.Pencock; 60 bbls .fluid. J J
Palmer & Co; 6 aka clover seed, F • G
Craighead; 5 cases tobacco, Dunlevy &
Bro; s'do do, W D Cooper & Bro; 10 do
do, E Hazelton: 10 do, 10 kgs do, Carter,
McGrew it Co; 39 do do ' W 31 Gormley;
10 do do, L J Blanchard: 6 bbls 'green ap-,
plea, Walt, Lang & Co; 18 bbla rye flour,.
Culp it Shepard; 117 bdls chairs, 'lB do
makers, Bedford Chair Co; 24 do do;
Hammer & Denier; 24 jugs syrup, 1 bbl •
oat meal, Lewis it McClure; 18 do do.
Volgt, Mahood & Co; 2 cask& cheese, W
EI Graff it - Co; 299 oil bbbs, B D Wore; 25
bbla potatoes, W B Kirkpatrick.* Co: 3
do beans, II Riddle; 25 bxs crackers,
Reymer it Bro; 3 bbla eggs, V, Mahood it
Co; :1 bbl eggs, J G Robinson.
PITTSBURGH CINO/NNATI AND ST.
Louis RAILROAD. April 3-30.bdls
biooms, H R McClellan; 118 f hides, J
C' , Lappe it Son; 1 lot hh g s. Thos
Murray; 2 bbisscrap iron, Llov do Black;
12 do apples, Voigt. Mahood .t ;-6 bias
eggs, 1' ex. bacon, F G Craigbaad; 6 tubs,
butter, 8 bbla eggs, J H Grafir bdle
paper, McCullough it Co; 9001 pea bulk
shoulder; M M Freed; 200 bbis flour, D
Wallace; 1 car staves, J Painter it Son:
5 but candles, 4 ‘ cases lard, W D Cooper
it Bro; 10 tea hams; J J Pettit; 10 cases
10 kgs lard, H Lippincott; 5 bbls
whisky. L Hilbert; 100.bbla flour, Mc
Bane & Anjer.
ALLEGE/MI /STATION, April 3.-1
oar middlings, 1 oar,shipstuffel car oats,
R Knox &Son; 2 ears =wheat, R T Ken
nedy Bro; 100 bblsilour, Spang, Chalfant
& Co; 59 bdla• paper, Frasier & Bletzgar;
&ear Mayon, .1' Ilemhill; 2bo
J Mohan; 100 bbl. dour ,
onions,E & C Magin;
aka potatoes, B Gray; 9 bbis 'apples, 8 do
eggs F Essenwine. . •
Armaassarr yArmar ltartnos.b,
April &-54 C bbla oil, Fisher .13ro; 120 do
do, Wm Dilworth; 1 car wheels, Lyon,,
Short, t co; 4 pkgs onions, Martin Brick
ell dt-Do: 1 bbl eggs, 3do beans, 'LA j
Blinuguinii " oar grain, - W McKim; 5
, pkgs,.l3ll lb:: • . , •
April 8-5 ears metal, John Moorhead; 2
do do, Bryan t Cambay; 2 do do, 3
Painter & Son; 1 oar scrap iron, Mullen
& Maloney;b aka rage, Pittalitugh Paper
Co ; 1 ear lime; Mtge &Son.-
RIDER -''l asn
Atte ritier mathMtiit to retede slowly
with scant•tweive feetrin the 'Channel by
the MonOngithela" Marks' . last evening :
and thirteen, feet by these' of the Ails
gheny. Weather yesterdarwas cloudy
and cold, withran occasional attempt to
311011 r. Meronryst noon. 80: • •
• Tbe Robt. mania, from 'Cincinnati, and
lut; trona New 'Orleans, are the
'only arrivalk we hatieo report. ` t . ,
, • .Tbe`St.- Marva from Cincinnati is due
buret:KV , ' and Will return as usual to
The., 41, atilt: .43C0. D. Moore, is
the regular Packet for, ParkerPiurg
day, leavintat noon.
- The R. Ci - Gray arrived At Cindimikti
on Friday and • having rwahrpprd ' her
Arkansas River 'freight, will 'go to Lan:
lavillwand re-load for Pittsburgh. While
- al, the Ripley. landing, - the • ascending
BoatonWalso landed there, and in idoing
so, bruit° the whoa'', of the .Grey oonsid;
erably, and.alio bloke several stationary
fenders; and Abs. bull, rails on Alio lar
board Ode of ,1,1444 Bostorui.
• , . ,
—The_Presen of ilk° Gray is
,hlr. D. Blood. ' •
, —ate • new cteamer , ,Aueiralla la an tbr New Orlcana. .
Camilla was 'toi„have lett. Cin
cinnati ib,r Pittsburgh on Friday. F. 7
, The: Lorene left Cincinnati otaxiday
for Bt. Louis, as did also the Leonidaslbr
New Orleans.- • -
• —The New , 'York, eft- Nashville tbr.
• Fittoburgh on Thursday, and, the,
;Marys left Cluoinneu for, "his : port on
0-The Wannita,plokixl up& drift ltyt on -
weditesday. maw. , which dam
aged ter efbeat 0,14 1 7 and paused the loss
A. Drive wee i n ei na i nni m
An Friday endeavoring to, secure - the P. ,
, Tr%, Arafat' ,a wee k ly ~..Piktsburgh
'peehe 'He did not eumeed,
010. AL •A. Cox and:
the Nick 'Wall, Capt. Toni roe, both -
hrart,tiew,raeuntain boats are announced
for Si t lonia : and bilatotirl Wirer forth.
Xonnts him the enainee of the
Carrie V Konuts out of the bnrned
boat and on board the Pentad'. They
,were found to be- belt eery
—The gate Putman. Capt. O.W. Reed,
will depart for Nashville on Wednesday,
and passehgere and 'shippers should
bear in mind that she is the only boat
loading for that point.
-An , . .
InditrnaiLolitt . (Ind.) dispatch
says that reports from • all parts of the
tate indicate thatmuch damage will be
cone by the flood.. The; abash river is
p to high' water mark of 1558. -
—The tner I talie Combs, whichstea •' - •
vras sold at .Marslud!si sale a few weeks
ago to Mr. Clark. , Dienes, of Wheeling,
has been ,disposed of. byhim to parties
from 'Pertseionth; 0., who are putting
per through , a course of repairs which,
hen completed. will enhance her value
j eondderably and make her 'present the
appearance of a new craft. We Under
stand it la the intention of the new own-
era to put her into the Portsmouth and J
Cincinnati_ trade as a towboat:
_,' —A Sr. Louis despath under date of
;Thursday, says: U. S. Marshal Newcomb
yesterday seized the steamer Diamond
Uo for $2,500 damages claimed by the
Bridge Company to have been done to
their barges by the boat. Considerable
snow has fallen to-day in the extreme
Northwest, which will add to the swell
in the upper rivers, and high water is
•auticipated. The ice is breaking up
daily at different Points, and the Liver
will open to St. Paul ins few days.
—The Alexandria,(La.) Democrat says:
Capt. John C. Dowty has gone up to
Pittsburgh for the purpose of contracting
for the building of a boat ;for our trade..
Captain Dowty intends ' her to be a clip
per,- and superior In all her various fig,
rangements. She is to be two hundrdil
feet long, forty feet beam, eight foet
hold; engines, twenty .six inch cylinders,
eight feet stroke, and will be ready early
in the fall.' In the meantime Capt. Dow - -
tyi with St. - Nicholas' • - orew, will put
in our trade a small boat by the 15th* of
the U. S. Senate on Thursday. Mr.
liameey, from the' CoMMittee on Post
vffiees and Post.roads, repOrted. a . joint
resolution authorizing the construction
of a railroad bridge over the 'Ohio River
at Paducatii:lo.,' by the 'Paducah and
Gtiltatt., ,Whlch passed with , the provi
eion that the Span shall not be less than
400 feet over the' main 'channel of the
river, and the anent of Congress shall be
revoked if the bridge shall prove an ob
struction to navigation: This previously
passed the House, and when approved
by the President, will bethrrie a law.
—Every steamboittinan on
Miasisaippi knows "Bill Wellington,"
one of the Superintendents df the White
Collar Line, and :mie Of the livest men
in the business. Here Is a sketch of his
career from the Dublique Herald of the
28th inst.: Fourteen veers - age tci-daV
W. E. Wellington landed In Dubuque,
with his breeches tucked in the tops of
his boots and fifteen cents in his pookets.
He hired out as drayntan to R. West,
then• Wharf-boat agent, and, by his exer
tions and "ten strikes," is now worth.
$lOO,OOO, and uwns stocks in both lines
that consolidated their interests lately.
He is_ now making < an effort to have
the hulls of the two new packets towed
from Paducah here,- to be completed,
and is receiving proposals for the execu
tion of the work.
1 _The Cincinnati Ga z ette, noticing the
death of Capt. Joseph Scott, says : The
first boat he ever commanded was the
Swiss Boy, of the old "Ohio Pilot Line,"
running between Pittsburgh and Louis
ville. This was about 1836. Afterward
he commanded the Winchester, running
between Pittsburgh and St. Louis.
About ten years later he commanded the.
.Fort Wayne andlloro Castle. Men whe
have been Intimately connected with
him for forty years are unable to tell
'when tie drat 'began rip er life. , The last
:boat, he =commande ,Ivas the Swallow,
two seas agtOghl iimowoOtnxnand
ed by Capt. F. "r:ltatcheloi.,l344no yOare,
ago he owned , and conducted attore in
Ripley, Ohio. Capt. Scott leaves* *tiaras
family on earth—a wife and twelve chil
—The Louisille Courier ys, A lit
knot of steamboatt v hen wore standin tleg
the wharf yesterday, conversing, when
suddenly the Captain of a Pittsburgh
steamboat became very anxious, about
his boat. andntepped up.into Pink :Var.
ble's office to'get the telescope to see if
she was. in sight. Ina few minute* af
ter he, was seen on the balcony with, the
glass levelled dead, at the after-guard of
a steamer In port and in a ditection op
posite to that from which the steamer
was expected. All eyes were turned to
the guards of .the steamer—the Palls.
eity—kind Instantly saw the point. A
and lassie who had, from s appear
,ances,just.been ade one, were,billing
and 'Owing at the ,rate of On knots an
hohr,litterly unecinsolons 'of the many
eyes upon them. k,'A , crowd of boys and
wharf loafers hadgatheredatlthe water's
edge'elose to the steamer and were en.
joying the sight immensely. The little
crowd of steamboatmen wore highly de-
HAMS: With the exception of'one griz
zled old chap, who grunted out a disap."
Eryal of the scene , but was soon put to
• RiMI by ;be cry, psoive gr*Pes , •
River and Weather. , f." , •
Lotrisviram, April 3.-Rtver station
ary; with twent y five feet nine 'lichee.
waterin canal., Weather olondyatid'cold.
mina lactuoits, B , o .
WINES BRANDIES GIN, &C,,
lIIISLIZIALE DEALERS SR
PURE RYE WHISKIES ,
409 PENN STREET,'
Will Rosso*. on Die 'lot or April to
1iO9; 1 381 AND $B6 OW.
gird ZievguelSto CfPrMaSY
JOSEPH S.; SINCILit C0.,-1: •
OW* and MIN
:ts ' 11APMFACTOini 'OP •
ppper Egad Pare Rye ,Inaltirse,
xeceited.a, choice totor fresh
Grenoble WHIButirSH Peente.
got file by the, pound, it the Natality ortioeq
I ; , lttX r dSit'CV. -
'limb` 'Cornet. Liberty' ea Hand IItINNILIL
ICL AII4IIOI/°B E/4:' - -
paurr HOUSVABBOOIATIOIi BUILDINGS,
Nos. IS and*St.olAlr Street, Pittsburgh. ra.
ovoidal attentitoi-nlven to the designing' and
buildnan of COURT ROMIG and PUBL)
3111213MPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS,
'VOA' ItILEAMBITS AND
AIIBTAA.Ith.:4* ' • ' Capt. --,
Will leavr Ibr the *bore and intermediate ports
on TiMeDLY, Anrll Stb. at 4.- r tr.
Yor trehibt or overate, apply o nboard, or to
- JOHN TE.Alus..; or
• a=". COLLO4WOOTI, -.Agentr.
VOR CLAIRKSVILLEz ia ggt .
.A:, AND NiIeHVILLIC.—The Mit
paesenger steam.' . . , .
.SATE PUTNAM Capt. G. W. BZEris
Will leave tor the above And Interraerbete ports
on Wr DIS.ESDAY, April 'I th. at 4 P
For frelght.or passage apply pn board, or to
natal. FLACK & LOLLDIGWOOD. Agents.
G. _NI OR WITEMLIN. jil dr i t -
A.-i It ARIRT rA,PARREaLIBURG
Leaves Pittsburgh EVERYTI7ESDAY 4 P.M.
Lieves Cincinnati EVERY FRIDAY-4 - F. M.,
The swift and superb Sidewheel • Steamer ST.
MARYS, T. C. SWEENEY, Commander, will
leave as announced above.. •
For Freight or P 4111117118 apply on board, or to
• : . • FLACK & COLi , INBWOOD, or
. ', COLLIN* & BARNES, Agents.
11 A .
N. 8. M. - rNo,Freight received on Tuesday after
UPPER 4119 . 5 . ISSIPPI
14 . 186 9 it
NORTHERN LINE PACKETS
- . FROM
St. LOWS to Keokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALL ISIERMYCDIATE PORTS.
One of the splendid Sidewheei SteamerS of this
:Line will leave St. Louis da ly for Iftok uk, Daven.
pert, Dubuque, Witiona,htillwater a rse lit. Paul.
Throuh:receipts for Freight and Passengers
will. be given to all points oh the Upperlll4lB
- on steamers running from this port and •
connecting with the Northern Line Packets at
St, ,Louls, , thus enabling Consignees to get their
Freight through without delay and at lowest
nits.. Apply to . • JOHN PEACH.
,• . o
• ' • ' J. D. COLLINOWOOD
Sent,,. - Aor to
.: • • H..p. • GBAx. „
• SPIZAPOLIE44 Clppt dB. Raonss.
Will leave fur BT PAQI, , spont the. .10th of
April.4.rld go throngh dirett.' Tin. splendid
steamer offers very superior secomutowitions for
passengers , and 'neck. 'For partleolars apply to
rer.,:eas • ' dr B. C.' ORLY.
pKIfOR ST. LOWS. B-adir m a
NT VOI3B3' BI AND SU
ON .the steiener' ' - ,
NICK:WALL ' ' ' ' Capt.' Tom POi.
Will leave for he above. and all intermedlate
ports, on SATE' AY; April 31.1.• - •
For freight or usage apply on board. olio ... ,
mbar FLAC & COLLMOWOOD. Agents.
FOIL NT. Lotriti_;liAlc-t e iga6
- RAIS CITY,' RANEN wowrir,
• JOSEPH. O.IIAHA._F_ORT BENTON. AND
.ALL . POINTS ON lIHE missutrimarvEß.
new lomat, er stepner,
COLOSSAL :'. r• - Capt: H.. k cox,
Will -leave for the. above and intermedlate.ports
on THIS 'PAY,- April ittl, at 40. H. .
, For freight or_pusime apply en board or to
WC) FLACK & COLLiNGWoOD. Agents.
Marietta and Parkersburg Line
Lease Company's Wharf Boat, foot of Wood
DAILY, AT 12'N.
SIONDAYS AND THURSDAY&
BATAPaTI GEORGE D. MOORE, Mister
W.lLDNimimpra AM) SATURDAY&
GIUkX BAOLE C. I. Buszarear. Mater.
Freight will be received at all hours by
seta . JAMES COLLINS. Arent.
I i KILLER CO.,
Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty Street.
Corner of Irwin; now offer to the tilde at low
Piiizie New Crop New Orleans Sugar and
' Porta Rico, Cuba and2nglish Island bugs..
New York, Plilladelptila and Baltimore Be
fined do. r;
Golden. Drips, Levering's, Brands, ittlart's,
Adants , and Long Island bYniPl._
Porto Rico, Cuba and Rueful Island Nolaisses.
Yount Hyson., Japan,/ mortal, Gunpowderend OoTong , • •
Carolina and Bangoln Bice.
Java, Lumina and lo'Collees. • • •
. Tobacco, (Lard Ot4 Filth, Halls, Glass, Soaps,
Cotton Yarns) conyµhtly on hand.
Fineßrandi*Vinea and Segara.
Rhenish,' Retells. and Sparkling Hock Wines
or Hamel &Co.. In tottlina , • • .
Sparkling Moselle, &harshen/ and .Tolannlik
billT.•lloekheltoer iltintandy. itc. _
Brandeaborg * Freres , Fine Olive 011. _ _
~.,,do ~.,. do - ; enaratir,_••ttniscirted in booms.
tio do .do 'White • Wines. In hotline. •
31.;Wort &&inir Sparkllnk Catawba. • - •
Plan old Sperm. Madelvin : 4Port Wines.
pre. old Nonolirancia vitia tes' P ar & _ -
. do, Area §upenlorOld telt do do. .
. EloVenta thr Noel & liiiandonis, Grand Pin: ,
. , ~
Itspe . _
venranay and nelleryChatapaltme• . .
Brindles (Komi' own selection and eranranzeo.
:ROCK THE 'BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
LEMON & WEISE.
6eiical Furniture illaiudhetureis t
' 11.8 watrirritamEartai:
'Where may be Antedate-II issortmenfetter:
lon Chamber sad Kitchen • Item • dal
NoTWE ; • •
OF , DISSOI4I7II.ON.
4 11 / I MOII. ;- • - • • •
.13issoitecS B. '
ugawzuoa mattisl pirtae; w al sign • : • • ill ln
t r .
3 3. 1 tilica J. L. DONdELTH.
PI3IttFIES THE BLOOD.
POE 8411.11 CDT 'DRUGGISTS EVERTWENfin.
'de7;lll(l.3cirr• • • A • I
ND3- RUBBER.. -BELTII#64
hose, Steam packing and Gasket, of the
atop Belting Omenautoo manntsegure at prices
as low as this quality of can be bone . t .
the manufacturer . IA fut• stock alwartclo. .P._?
at the India Rubber Depot, AG and .
street. I 4. aH, PHI Iblt'n,
Sole Agents for the CorePalrf:
a s ivolivi 3..10 k v iSJitraj.: f_N \ 9 41:1
J. L. DILLIZIGIM.••• -. .....
DILLINGER & STEVENSON,
87 Second Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
RECEIVE ANTI BELL
AU Kinds of Country .Produce,
All orders for Merchandise promptly filled, at
LOWkar. market rates. PariWail' • attention
given to the sale of Butter. Eggs, Cheese Dried
Frans, Co, We feel confident that we can Alva
entire satisAtttion, by making Quicites.l.lB and
PROMPT 8= 8. at UIOBZBT KAMM Plums,
and therefore reiroectittlly solicit your consign.
meats. All correspondence answered promptly.
Marking Plates furnished free. Drain in store
and to arrive daily. au31:178
IDISTA BLI SHED BY A. & T
ja fie WW I 11 1 / 1 1. •
No. 271 Liberty Street;
Wriugorr,Tr OPP. Zama Rom,) , • •
• 'Prrirtsinuman PA.
m. sums a. A. anus:
M STEIELE & ,SO.N, • ' •
oemmission- - merchante,
E`1.401111114 MIMED, ato.
No. 96 OHIO STBZEI, near East Ooranton,
-• • • - • ALLEGHENY CrtY.
PICT= SUL " JAB.r. - xtuitaAar.
.KEIL & RICHART,
CO SSION MERCHANTS, ,,.:
PLOITR, GRAIN, BREW, MILL •PEED; &c.,
ian34t:b379 Llbeirty tit. Plitsblurgb,
stasix•• 396 .rzzar llTBalatT;'' sl a
7 LITTLE, BAIRD - & PATTON,
_Wholesale Eimer% 1C m.mlealan,liferchints
7A' Dsk* In
Fk, C P d r oduce ,'
O ai t nar, , 'B,aenaada Chees
-Cotton Yn a me
nd rl.:Vantanh- Wangtame.
. . ,
wEtateke ii; AWN*iirte
itawkaunriK r oaxiissiox icelunums,
Massie o Origin Amon, bard, pot,
terulieeds, Dri , PridLs3LProduoe generally.
t o o. .
urgh. , B - rgazw,
, ; :24 -Anima
Josh saunas •
SALE - GROCERS AND PRoDuCX PEAL
' Nch 6 6 L I T4 WERAET% ros awn*.
1412:r91 - •
1011211. BOUM. .IIDW. BOUM, .1111. R, ROOM.
l• - HOME: &BUCK, Sue.
censors to JOHN L HOITSIC & CO., Whole.
sato Grocers • and. Commission . lfercluints; Oar.
nor of l'esdttd
. 41d and Watertitreets. Menorah.
G .w. Dec Amp, .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAI&
Deice. No. 137 FOURTH AVENUE: 'titti.
burgh, ( formerly occupied by Hon. Walter H.
Lowrie.) will practice in•the U.-8. Circuit and
District Courts, in the State Supreme and all the
Courts of Allegheny canary, and make celiac
tlona in most of theadjaceat tamales. 7a29:417a
Wlg. B. RpEPIR.R.,
ALDERMAN ANDNX-01PRICIO . .TURTICE OF
• OFFICE - 89 FIFTH AV.ENUN.
ijpeclal attention given to oonveyancing and
'collections • Deeds, Bonds and Mortgages drawl
up t and all legal business attended to promptly
and accurately. •
ALDERILLT AND POI
Moe. lAb WYLIZ BTARET, near Waehlngton
Deeds; Bonds, Mortgagee; AoknOwledgmeot
• Depositios: Colleettoza„ me all other legitt
mai e Dullness executed promptly. t0P20:02 •
SA41:11111L Mcll - 41STE*11.
Z7-o:fib Justlee of Mo . Nara SSA Polloolfip.
trate.. °Mee, 012 ANT STRZAT,. opposite :Mr
-Cache dra4 PITTSRITZGH, . •
Deeds,,Zonsts, Montages, 1. oklarwledgmentlis
Dooosisionit. all. Loma 1
with promptness and dispotob. - . ratue -
"E I MP A *CE‘. B ., 7.104R0WS
; . dearaklanatlCAPlG: N
14x-orriaz aurreciltioinrs — kinikoz Aisrp
aw,laz JILSAUSTILATZ. - •
OFFICE r .73 PENNA. AVENUE. PITTBBIIII . OH. PA.
.. Deea i ßon4 NOrtiMagall o W/adraudi ti t ,
aninoalt oni and all lamb aim
with Mega and dispatehie. ' =VA
EX-01171the - Or ttia
::•t. •,„: MAGISTRATZ.:..• -
i ttr i dr e ill a ffttinrg , 1713" Deetingit t gli s " a Ca "
gmelolimowlgmentei Depositions. awl ail
Le gi "Bulling sx,eciatell Inch oroamtuess /lad
. dispatelh.; ,-„ • • , •
A rAillaeNi%, , ,
CONVEYANCER, AUL MIATE ArD 111811-
RANCLAa=f • -
CABsOrl imuszr., wasTSI4I3IIIEIIAIL
Collection of Items solicited andneoutot4ir
oaks% no Manton& Oran, •
topp9sgt" . the Orat. # Olll 4 l ll
-g#Jo: ; .
eicsoira hook. Steoxe Room,
- , • Areoll.firrig 0/ 11 Prgr,
PIA 1:1:ji# ;(":1
Ts -pirig . srpoL AND
-ft:44am rook, awair
tnmiti• nadir t nip
MS WA* dr
Bailing 61 Pier
zes.rux Minn Nigwff - viratimmis, hither
OR. TEI IEIII,
who. bold ° 2 4
PATRON'S Lotrial or he
_Vet 8ER.1141. OF WAIML
Ll ( iN‘l'lLNet. ate hereby Inform. 1 t *draw.
tiles were made Jan *WV* add that air. •
enters. gtving fan Int sloe of the flambe:*
011W/4 will Ile lent to persons interrAted.oa•
their arldreattne th e WANNINOTON
LION PEN 00MPANY. New York. -
N.B.—Naan Tull .rumns OP Tag avis. . • • loom .
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