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Markets by Telegraph. '.
Nsw , Tons, Aprll 23.—Cotton rather
more steady; sales 1,900 bales,* at 28M®
28 3 / 4 0 for middling uplands. chasing
quiet. Flour; receipts 5,706 bbls and 1,468
bags; market heavy and without de
tided change, with more doing in ex
treme low grades; sales of 6,900 bbis, at
', $5,15®5,65 for superfine, State and west
ern, $5,70 ©6,10 for extra State. 15,65(0,00
for extra western, $6,15®8 for good to
choice white wheat, 15,76®7,10 for R. H.
. 4)., $7®8,50 for extra St. Louis, s9®l2 for
good. to Choice do; closing steady. Cali
- fOrnbt Flout is. without change, at 116,50
4410,50 for old and $8,55 for new.' Rye
Flour in moderate request, with es of
150 'Ms at 36,75 .
_ Corn Meal quiet.
Whiskynominal. Wheat; recap 46,867
bush; market leas active and pri rule
in buyers' favor; sales of 27,190, nab at
$1,30, fbi choice Ile,-3 a ring in store,
11,48*for No. 2 do. mixed in store, and
,11,37 for No. 1.: , Barley drooping.
' Barley* Malt dull. ':Corn; receipts
186 bush; Corn ec tree and lc better; sales
of 54,000 bush at 810880 for No. I nixed
weeteen,,closing at 82®8230 for ! prime;
8230)83o, for old do. in store ; 830 for new
western; receipts of 9,082 bush; the mar
ket was a abed° firmer. with Mica of 44-,
„000 bush at 070 for western in store; 78®
'Boafter dis. afloat. : ; Rice dull at B®9o for
Carolina.; Cotton firm. Sales of 1,000
flags Rice at private terms. Sugar;
sable of '5O hhds Porto Rico at 12c..
Molasses quiet with sales of 50 bbls New
Orleans at 80c. Petroleum firm at 1714®
18c. Crude 83e; Refined bonded. Hops
quiet with gales at 6@lse. Linseed Oil
dull at 31,01. Spirits Turpentine quiet
at 48M ®49Me. Pork firm and in moder
,ate demand with sales of 1;100 bbis at
,$31,25®31,87 for new mess; $Bl old_do.;
125.75(426 prime; 28.50®29 prime mess;
133,62 clear, do.; • sales tof 600* bbls new
musk sellers last half of May at 381 ® 31,60.
Beef dull . with sales of 100 bbls at
118® 15 for new plain mess; sl2®lB
for new extra mes - Tierce Beef,
dull, with sales of 80 tea !at 5 25 @ 2 8
for India meas. Hams steady; sales of
150 bbls at 11 . 46®32. Cut Meats—sales of
175 pkgs at 12,1®130 for shoulders, 16®
16X0 for harms; .middles , quiet. Lard is
caster; sales of 650 - toe at 16%®18,ic for
steam, and 183(0519X° fOr kettle ren
dered; also, I,ouo ice steam, buyer and
seller May, June and July, at 18%®18Xe.
Butter,2s®3so for Ohio. and 25®130 for
Stater ()Leese firm.at 19®Mi. Freights
t0.,-Lleergoool dull and heavy, with en
eats of 7,500 bus corn per steamer
at bd. ' Wool; at auction sales yesterday,
theugh prices- were low, - the catalogue
was well sold ..and: the result generally
regarded man inaniovement on previous
sales` followleg are the particulars: Do
raeouo fleece; sales of 130,0 lbs N o .
1 extra and dfoubli'extra at 4 0M@50c;
also 31,000 'its miWashed, at 27®330 for
'domestic pulled, - also 38,000 lba at 27®
28Mc for. No. 1, and 88M®463Sc fol. super
fine and extra scourechalso 40,000 lbs at
• 00®90Me for'Exceisior lici. 2, 62®696 Mr
No. 1 • do, and 40®8eo for low- and
medium California; also' 57,000 lbs at 240
tar fall clip,•42M ®430 for pulled, 23®250
for lambs, and 18®203f0 for Burry de
lainu also 15,1100 at,46®slMe for Smyrna;
`also 5,000 lbs at 19®20b for unwashed,
and 88 o . for washed Persian ; also 38,690
lbs at 18®14c for unwashed, 14/05170 for
washed, and 14M®150 for black Moroc
co; also 85,000 lbs at 14M ®lsc for Cape;
also small lot at 3735 c.
LATEST.—FIour closed dulland heavy,
p_articularly for medium and good grades.
Wheat quiet and unchanged. Rye nom
inal at 31,30 for western. Oats quiet at
77e for western in store. Corn steady at
at 82®830 for new mixed western, and
82mc for old do in store. Pork steady at
331,25 for new mesa. cash and regular.
Beef in moderate request and unchang
ed: Cut Meats dull. Bacon steady. Lard
• • dull at 1834 ®lBy,c for fair to prime steam.
Eggs at 10®20c.
CIELVAiiI o, April 23.—Eastern Exchange
quiet at 1- te discount buying, and at par
selling. Flour quiet at 34,90®6 for spring
extras. Wheat mederately active and 1
®l/o lower, at $1,12®1,13 for No. 1, and
$1,03®1,04 for No. 2, closing at $l.O3X@
1,04. Corn dull; No. 2 declined Mc, and
new 3c, - at 56®56Mc for No. 1; 54c for No.
• 2, and 43M®470 for new, closing at 44L
®4sc. Oats firmer and Mc higher at 55
056340 for No, 2, closing at 55M ©56.
Rye more active and lc lower at 31,17®
1,18 for No. 1. and $1,26 for No. 2, closing
with sellers No. lat $1,17. Barley inac
tive and'nominel at $1.45®1,50 for No. 2
in store. Molasses at $1®1,05 for New Or
leans. Sneak 1.4®15Mc common to choice.
Mesa Pork quiet and firm at 250 . higher;
sales at 31 and closing firm Lard steady
at, 17%®16. Bulk meats firm and active,
with sales rough sides at 14c. I.6cose and
Dry. Salted Shoulders at 11Mc.. Loose
Short Rib Middles at 14. Dry Salted Bel-
Resat 143, packed. Bacon—clear sides
'at 1734. pecked. Hogs active and steady
at 19®10 for fair to good. Beef Cattle
dull at 15,25®5,75f0r cows and stockers,
and $60)7,25 for 'fair to choice,' shipping
steers. Receipts for past 24 hours-8,739
bbls flour, 13,065 bush wheat. 57,500bu5h
corn, 15,424 bush oats, 350 bush rye, 1,600
bush barley-, 38 hogs. Shipments-7,059
bbls flour, 64,088 bush wheat, 225,241 bus
corn, 16,653 bush gat5,3,133.2 bush rye,1,150
bush barley, 7,613 hogs.
CINCINNATI. April 28.—Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat firmer and scarce;
No. 2 31,35. Corn scarce at 68©70c. Rye
Is lower now at 31,38. Oats higher,. the
whole range 18'67 ®7lc;•thet latter rate for
prime white. Cotton firmer; middling
27V 4 ,®2730. - Whisky firm and in de
mand at 90c, with holders mostly asking
4 31 c. _Reed inactive; the season is about
over; market nominally unchanged. No
change in oil.. - Hay ateadv. at 20©24c.
:Groceries steady at fall rates. Eggs firm
at 160. Butter -dull atf-36€070. Cheese
20@)22c. There is a firmenfeeling, pro
visions at hill rates. Mesa Pork sold at
131, but mostly held 5t11181,25. Bulk
.51eats firmer; shoulders 12Xcq sides 1.14 X.,
014 W the
a _ latter for t3,,atra heavy; these
rites were a . abide above 'the views
buyers and buelitlle Was done. *Om ;
• - firmer; alitiuldlirs d'n.' to tkiatchf ar ,l3 ,qet
sides ;told it 'lBlo.'nttd ;ilea/rib:at 1750;
• thetid litelVivert yoab ove the ti laWis pr
guitar CahHaMillNiqpl)33io ;
ha -large. lots and 1 190 in small IOW ;
Laid • nominal it 4 '
`IBBX, buying . ; 'Ex-4!ssite steady. Money
market 0105 e.,, • ' ' •
Sr. Louis, April,, 28.L 1 Trittacoo is un
changed. CottonAidet at 28%®27. -Hemi
dull; *Mall sales of nitdreased $1,45 .
11,50; dressed , at 52,35. /lbw dull. .w
. and 10015 lower on medium and low
grades.. Wheat;".choice.red-eold for $1,88;
.choice and ;elicit' 4 0 41,80,01,90; strictly
prime to fancy white at 81,70®2; spring
declined lc; sold at 111,08®11,0834 for good
to choice. Coro is dull and drooping at ,
64®58. Rve unchanged at $1.24(4)1,25.
Whisky is dull and unchanged at 87.
Groceries firmer and unchanged. Pro
visions quiet but firm. Pork is quoted.
at $31@31,50; latter price paid for heavy.
Bacon at 18x for shoulders, 17@17m
for 'clear sides; also sales 2,000 pons
clear ib sides, seller for last half of May
at 1734. Lard firm at 18V, for good
steam, 18 for nholcs•kettle. Tue receipts
for the past twenty-four 'hours have
amounted.to 2, : 108 barrels of Alcinr, 8,800
bushels of wheat, 12,500 bushels of corn,
r 4,800 bushel of oats, 500 bushels of barley,
1,000 bushels of rye, r lBo. hogs.
' CLEVELAND, April 22.—Flotir dull and
unchanged.! Wheat... No. 1 red winter
at $1,48, and No. 2 , do at $1,80®l,82; no
spring , offeting. I;Cons In fair demand
and steady at 70c for No. L Oita firm
'~'~n=k~`'' arm'+ .
andetead,y at 61c for Nu. 1 State and de
mand moderate .. Rye ,firm at 11,28(4)
485, according to quality ßar ey dull
and inactive, with no tratu3ac ons for
several days. Petroleum; ket un
changed; held at 30@310 for s ta ndard
white, 2s®2Bc for prime light raw to
white in car lots, and trade lo_ 2©Sc
TOLEDO, April 23.—Flour dull and un
changed. Wheat dull; amber lc lower
at $1,45, white Michigan sl,46yi, Kala
mazoo white 11,47, and' No. 3 red $l,lB.
Corn quiet; No. 165 c, No. 2 a shade lower
at 62c, and no grade 610. Oats lc better
and firm at 650. Rye unchanged. Bar
ley nominal. Receipts-4,400 bbla flour,
5,700 bus wheat,,.21,400 bus corn, 10,000
bus ,oats. Shipments-4,000 bbls flour,
3,900 bus wheat, 24,600 bus corn, 9,600
Birr,wsuszu. April 23.—Flour more
active; choice Wisconsin and lowa 55.25
®5,50: Wheat quiet at SI,ION for No.
1, and 11,03 X for N 0.2. Oats firm at 55c
for No. 2. Corn firm at 54c fbr new.
Rye nominally firm at 51,10@1,12 for No.
1. The receipts- fOrjthe past twenty
four hours • amounted to 1,000 barrels
flour, 23,000 bushels wheat, 3,000 bush
oats. Shipments-6,000 barrels flour,l
12,000 bushels wheat. •
IturFALo, April 22.—Flour quiet, city'
spring Nos: 1 and tat 58,00@6,25. Wheat
neglected, the views of buyers and sell
era being very unsettled. Corn in fair
dematid,"l tars 3,000 bush new to arrive,
on track, at 76@77c,and 4 cars old at 810
in store. Oatsno minal, 66®67c. Rye,
51,30, and no buyers. Barley dull, 51,80.
Seeds—sales of 600 bush timothy at 54,50.
Other articles dull;and unchanged.
Louisviin, April 23.—Tobaoco; sales
219 hhda at ;54g16,80 for common to good
Inas, and email@example.com for shipping leaf.
Flour ;0,00@6r00. Wheat $1.45@1,65.
Corn 65®68e. :Date 66@690. Hay ;21
@21,60. Mess pork 131,25@31,50. Lard
1830. Bacon; shoulders 133;c, clear rib
aides 17c, and clear sides 17;0. Bulk
*shoulders 1234 q clear rib sides 16140.
Whiskey 91e. Cotton 26%@270.
BALTIMORE, April 23.—Flour dull and
unchangedl Wheat hrmer for choice
Valley. Corn dull; prime white 80c;
yellow 85c.! Oats dull and heavy at 76©
780. Rye nominal. Mesa Pork $30,50©
32,00. Bacon firm; rib sides 163ic, clear
do. 17340, shoulders 1430, and llama 20@
210. L a rd firmer at .193345. Whisky un
PruLADEIXECIA,ApriI 23.—Flour quiet.
Wheat steady for prime; sales 400 bush.
California at 61,77. Rye unchanged. Corn
in good deniand; 6,000 bush' of yellow at
88c, and mixed western at,i33©Bs. Oats
steady at 75@760, Provisions unchanged.
Whisky firm and.tuichanged.
Nait , Tonic, April Jim Market.
—The market Mei beef cattle is dull and
heavy, at 13(4180. Hogs Arm,lo%®llo.
Iteoeipts—S67 : cattle and 900 hogs.
Dirritorr, -April .18.—Wheat moder
ately active; extra $1,78; . No. 1 do. ;1,68;
No. 2 $1,87. Other quotations tmehaaged.
S. Louts. April 23.—Cattle
Cattle dull and unchanged at 5(7. Hogs
unchanged at B®lo.
Dry Goods Market.
Haw Yost; April 23. Although
price" for various classes of goods have
midoubtedly •touched low water, busi
ness is still without much snap and the
tendency of prices is wholly in buyers'
favor. Beyond an equalization in values
there is no further break in any clears of
fabrics. The greatest depression is in
unbleached Sheeting'. and libirtin and
medium gficittrlif - bleadlied — M tits.
We quote Atlantic A heavy brown
Sheetings at 1544 c; do Lane 12Mc; Boott
H lie; Great Falls S 11%c; Kennet:peck
934 c; Lawrence D 15c; maiwachusetts . J
1234 c; Suffolk C 120; Amoskeag A bleach
ed Muslim 16c: Wamsutta 12%c; Albany
Ticks 133-6 c; Hamilton Stripes 21(i)213ic;
Workingmen's Denims 2230; Bates Cor
set Jeans 12c; Nanmkeag Satteen 17c;
Pemberton Cottonades 33%@35c; La
conia brown Drills 17c; .Waukegan Cam
brics 10c; Warren Paper 123jc, and
standard Prints 12(4)123%c.
EDIPORTB BY RAILROAD
FITTSRURGH, FORT WAYNII $ CHI
CAGO RA.LTAROAD. April 23. -I.car
ore, Hussey, Wells & Co; 9 do metal,
Nimick dr, Co; 4do do, Bryan & C; 1 do
do. Superior Iron Co; 25 bbla apples, W
H Graff & Co; 53 do do, 4 pkge bacon, H
Rea Jr; 3 hales hides, J Catlery; 4 do do,
M Delange; 13 has dried beef, 4 do, boef
tongues, Sellers t Co; 2 cars corn, W
Meek; 1 do do, Menke & Son: 100 bbis
flour, Schornaker & L; 12 do apples, 10
jugs molasses, J J Pettitt; 10 ao do, 2
pkge butter, A L,Cramer; 1 car potatoes
Woodwcirth do 1); 25 bbla apples, 2 do
eggs, Voigt, M & Co; Bdo apples, Brag
geman & 0; 4 car rye, M'Henry & Hood;
15 bbla vinegar, Head &M; 50 do flour,
W Haslage; 100 do do, Shomaker & L;
600 do do, owners; 20 bail tobsooo, Means
& Coffin; 10 bbla spirits, 10 do gin, S
M'Cuckert & Co; 5 do spirits, W Carr.
crsvErarrn .AND Itrrynnutext asii.-
'soap Awn 23. 1 car 'blooms, Nimick
& Co; 1 car goods, John Briggs; 1' car
lumber, Kellogg & Co; 1 car do, Thos. H.
Baldin; 1 oar do,Faller, Longheart &
Bro.; lea potatces, Woodworth . . Co.;
apple butter, 1 bus corn, 1 sok ap
ples, 1 b 1 onions, Van Gorder dc S.;
12 jugs mo o s, Swartz & Hasleat; 11
de do, Jos. Hahh;3l3 do do. G. S. Hough;
5 rolls leather; J. Hammett & Son; 135' oil
barrels, D. B. Moore; 3 bblseggs, 1 bbl
beans, 1 bbl apples, 1 bag do, IL Rea,
Jr.; 78 oil bbls, B. D. Moore.
'PrrrsinkcHzt ' Cincurrruer/ AND . ST.
LOUIS SAITMOAD. April 28.-1 'bx bacon
51pandr &'/Zir 12 bbls apples, .T It Thomp-
BOO: .12 do o, IC Giati. 45 tills fellow,
,it! , do •IV ti 4 '' sl l3lagrfahibey; 25 ' dozen
brOozne," 8 Convei; . 71 ' bales tow, Gluier
dt tollibi 25 tee :hens, 7.`P Hanna; 25
15' do' o,liellere & Co;, 10 do do,' Watt. L
&, Cu : FlOdelLY X `"l'ettlt;',/0 bbls 64'5
I ) °
U Ile " 1 i l i r , la nVit, 18 40, J Lippin.
Vott; 100 hbla, ilotir...Beghni,er , de VI/ o °'
do de, Zindetir it COL'S tee lard, tt , D
'Clarkrlo do 0. IR Tarker; 40 drl4l,
beet" tarter, GreW a CO; ./
'irenj:Z RdidonOT it //hal A o o ll °° o, 1 1 . i
1 1 ,r' r f#409' . ' ,i .:; ~ . • J
A.zgato.,_ /11 . rfir...eraMiors. ,Airil 2km. 82
a ka P CY 1 5 a q 0 auf ,i 4 - loTaigr 12 , bide . 1 sp.
104,4 Hubert; 1 ear corn, Knox dr.:Bon;
' l.22green•bides, Httuderate, it Co; 1 bbl
tallow,, 10. tides, Lope , & °Weise; .100
bbls tionr, G Stewart; .1 - car staves. J M
,Heuiplilll; . 1 do dp, ; Balya &Bobertaon; 4
do metal, 540 limestone, Buperior Iron
0o; 2do do, Ido ore, Richey, H & Co; .1
I do shingles, - Frazier : & Bre; 112 green
bidea i J Lapps; 100 legs bran, J B
M'Kee. 0 - , : ,
ALLEmintwir VAirmar - RAILROAD,
April 28.-50 bble °li t Bly.& Co; 25 saok - e
• • tatoes, M IDggins;•ll3'do do, Young &
18 do do, W Seibert;4opkgs egga,
• tingensmithr 4 do do, J Small; 4 do
age, 1 bbl flaxseed, Knox & Orr; '1 oar
etal, Reese. 0 6c D;' 1 do do, Brown .&
* ;.1 do do, Union Mills; Ido do, Lyon,
herb &Co; 64 bbla Phosphate, Seward
& Emerson; 40 , page butter and vine;
Myer and Weather.
(E TTeleirlsa to the Plttsburigh Gazette.]
Louisirtuss, • April' 23.—it Iver
olear and pleasant.
1, :7) TT 74 77 ,r 1 ""•!` r , ,11
~ Priantliall s" 111 - AT "
The river was receding steadlW /aid
evening, with ten feet in the channel by
Monongahela marks. Weather cloudy
and close, with every appearance of rain.
The Grey Eagle, Capt. C. L. Brennan,
Is the regplar packet for Parkersburg to
day, leaving promptly at noon.
The Glendale departed for St. 1.4u1s
,aesterday afternoon, with a splendid trip,
bout six hundred and fifty tons of
freight; and fall of passengers. Pilots--
Crane and Bobo. .
The huge tow boat Ajax departed Or-
New Orleans yesterday, with about 24 .-
000 bushels of coal,'
The Glasgow; from Dubuque, is t e
only tranalent arrival we have to report.
She bad a good trip, and will commence
loading tor St.' Louis and the Upper Mis
souri. again early next week. Maish
Hays and Tom Jaye= were her pilots
The Bellevenfon, Capt. J. J. Darragh,
Jr., is filling intrepidly; and will be the
first boat out for St. Louis and the Upper
Mississippi. She ill in alt respects a tip
top boat, while in regard to speed she is
hard to beat.
The tow boat Ella, which left here yes
terda3r with a tow of coal, came in con
cact with one of the piers of the Steuben
ville% bridge and sunk, according to
report: Sour barges and one boat. This
nuisance has sunk nearly as much coal
as tt is worth.
The R. C. ,Gray, Capt. leas° Whittaker,
is tilling up steadily for Cincinnati and .
The Mary savage and barges, Capt. -
Shedden, are announced to leave for St.
Louis today, and shippers should bear
this in mind.
• —The Kate Putnam was to have left
Cincinnati for Pittsburgh on Thursday.
—The Emperor, which has been tied
up at Parkersburg for some time on ac
count of a disagreerdent among her
owners. was bonded out by Val. Horton,
Esq., of;Cincinnati. and towed to Pome
roy by the Fleetwood.
—The War Eagle and Sucker State ar
rived at St. Paul from St. Louis on Tues
day night, being the first boats through
Lake Pepin this season. The latter
brought the Twentieth U. S. Infantry,
bound for Fort "Snelling, Brevet Major
General Sickles commanding.
—The Rate Putnam. enronte from
Nashville to Pittsburgh, has the follow
ing items of Pittsburgh freight: 3,381 bgs
corn, Duff dr. Sons; 42 hides, Springer,
H & Co; 53 bus Peanuts, 11 bales cotton,
8 . bge feathers, J Dickey dr, Co; 26 bgs
pea H n
Midis dr,uts, Goodhear
Co ta Co; 40 bales cotton
A. . .
—The Cairo correspondent of the Cin
cinnati Commercial, writes us as follows:*
The Republic left N. 0. about the same
time as.the R. E. Lee, and although she
qad over 1,200 tuna on board, arrived
here only 15 hours behind the Lee, which
had 200 tuna on. just enough to put her
in the' beat running trim. If the Lee
has need to fear any rival in speed, that
rival is certainly the Great Republic.
—ln January the Lawrence made one
trip from Clneinuati to Wheeling in
command of Capt. Muhlman. On the
trip up, one of her deck hands took sick
and at his own request was paid off and
put ashore at Parkersburg. The Law
ranee coming down from Marietta,
landed at Parkersburg on Monday, and
a city edictal made his appearance and
attached the boat for the payment of a
fine of $175, imposed for having put off
it-case of small-pox at that place. *Capt.
Hart gave security in the sum of $3OO,
and the case is to have a hearing.
—A St. Louis telegram under date of
Wednesday says: It was stated on
Change to-day, that the Atlantic & Mis
sissippi Steamship Co. are laying up
their boats as fast as they arrive here.
and that they are winding up the busi
ness of the company. The tug Antelope
has been purchased by FL Lo u and
Capt. Parker of Dubuque, for $23 ,000.
and will be used to move a large amount
of ice to this and other point, and then
be put to towing grain from the upper
country to St. Louis. She is now bound
to Dubuque witn 30,000 bushels of coal.
—An interesting case has just been de
cided on an appeal in the St. Louis Cir
cuit Court. Anthony E. Rebetta shipped
on the steamer David Watts for a trip to
Fort Benton and return at 140 per month
in May, 1807. The Watts became dis
abled and was unable to proceed further
than Plattsmouth, and there transferred
her freight to the Tacony, and Rebetta
and other bands were requested to re.
same the voyage on that boat, but re
fused. The suit was brought for a
months wages, which the Watts bad re
fused to pay on account of broken con
tract. The Court hold that the contract
ended with the transfer of the freight to
another boat under a different set of offi
cers, and that the plaintiff did not forfeit
his pay by refusing to go on the Tacany.
ROOFING SLATE OF VARIOUS
Qualities and Colors.
Particular attention given to laying Slate and
repairing S ate roofs, Per particulars and prises
• No. 43 eleventh Avenue, •
mbill:gfre PITTSBURGH, PA.
ROCK - THE _BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
SOLD ONLY BY
LEMON & WEISE., ,
3 r 01 117 PT4 AfV:4 I PriTIE.
• .'rtirlieritAtkay thiniols
full lassortment of Par
'lord VAmimPetsrwalUtolien de2s
- "KEYSTONE POTTERY.
M. twit & co.,
I'IMISTOIL WARE rte.
OttiVe and Wirehanie; 368' LOISIITY 8T8191,T.
• zirsu orders oromotly attended to.
kkARDENEEI4 TAKE NOTICE. ,
.1 1 `01f:' SAIL—The rotraTirszr
AND; on the Allegheny River, and, now!
used for gardening purposes; wgll Improved and
In a high state of - cultivation; containing 40 or
80 torts, now oWered at a bargain. Call soon.
Also, other Parma' In good location,. • Woolen
Factory. two Rouse., and twenty urea of land
on the Chntral Railroad. Rouses and LOU Po ts
Brie and To-let In both . cities. .wor• further ilbr•l.
tioulail Inquire • WLLLIAIt WARD. •
tM 110 . Orant street. onnosltu Cathedral.
anTHE, MA " OR 7i r 14E MEN,
iwho . PATROEVIS TIONACTS of the SG
ad SEBIES; OY WASIILNOTOrt MEDAL
LIoN PENG, are hereby Informed that the draW..
Ingo were wade January SO,ISSO; and that Wl'
Mare tilvlnolfull Intbrutatton• of the numbers
asmi, will be nut to twig lutoreatodi-' o *
their whim:Mid' the WAS OTON MSDAIe
LION , PDN'OOMPAWYt blew oth.
N. B.—ltiust dna Ticuunii or Tar Soli
WAIL Minn -
ST. PA TIM.
_YENPORT. ROCK ISLAND. FULTON
PITY; LYONS. GALENA. DUBUQUE Mc:
Q.NEGOR LA OItOSSE. WINONA, .NEETI'd
LANDING and hT. PAUL. 'The new and splen-
OW - passenger steamer,
SALLE VERNON. - - ..... Capt . 3. J. DAIIRAGIL,
Will Leave for the above and' intermediate land.
Inge •on SATURDAY, the 24th,, at 4 o'clock P.
bt. -For freight or parttime apply on board or to;
• GRICIEbT, SWis,ENEY Co. Agents.
The above boat, having a greater part of her
load engaged, wilt positively leave as announced,
presenting an opportunitifor passer gers, panic.'
alirly those having lamilles., seldom obtained
from nese, as this boat goes through without re
shipping or, tramdei ring at ht. Louis. thereby
W i er..g namengers at no inconvenience. and as-
=Bang them an opportunity tor speed and Colla
tors, akeiv obtained. era
Tvi ' LOITIFIVILILE,aar m e
CAVA AND bT. LOUIS.—
MARY DAVAGE AND BARGES,
Capt. JAXZEI sazDooN.
WAS leave as above on SATURDAY. 24th SIM,.
at 4 P.
nit freight or passage apply on board or to .•
aPw CHARLES BARNES, Agent.
- 001 t WHEELING.
LoisvisiTittsbirgh EVERY =EBB AY- ISI M,
.I.taves Cincinnati EVERY IPRLD4Y-4 P. M.
The - norift and el perb Sidewheel Steamer BT.
MAIATO. T. SWESNEY, Commander. will'
leave as announced above.
11 elgb t or Passage apply on board, or to
FLACK A COM INGWOOD, or .
Y 001.LIffo d BARNES, Agents.
V: B.—No Freight received on Tuesday after
11A. M. ,mhZ
VOA CINCINNATI andi a gge
R. 0. GRAY Capt. IBAAC WHITTAKER,
Wittleave for the above points on SATURDAY,•
the Aid _ inst.
avin . 01:1111EST, SWEENEY & CO, Agents..
X 1869. Jagiormt.
NORTIIERN LINE- PACKETS,
St. Louis to Keokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE PORTS. •
One of the splendid Sldewheel Steamers of this
Line will leave St. Louis da ly for Keokuk ,Dsv en,
pert. Dubuque. Winona, Stillwater an.l Paul.
Through receipts .for Freight and Passengers
wilt be given , to all points oh the Upper Mi ais
idisippl' on steamers rennin ; from this port and
connecting with the Northern Line I'ackets at
St. Louis, thus enabling liOndgbees to get their. - . . . . .
Freight through witbout delay and at lowest JOHN' BRUTO A- WALLACI.
rates. Apply to JOHN FLAOH, IIIPTINIMAIEFALLACEiIWiIeIe.
D,•• X 010.1 " 1 "°'''. SALE GROCERS AND pRoDuCE DEAL.
Agents, Or to
6 6ECTII STREET. Pitt simrgh. • •
• _ R. O. XillAY. . , . .
91 Water staiet. 11112 . 1418 • • • -• • .
yo R ism Lotisossm . 4 . ! , iPals . l• n= 1 / I .4=W. notnsi"..wx. H. HMS& _ 1
RUE EIMRLINGTON. DU ' jonx L HOME &81109., SSC.,
_gut AND SIT. PAUL, IN CoN N NOTION' ;ti tessors to JOHN Tv MANE a CO., 's , • sato Grocers and Cpmmlselon Merchants, Cot%
WITH TIM NOWTHERN LINE PACE/Ir CO. Her of - Smithfield snorWster Streets. PI ttsbitrßb.
,—The tine passenger steamer
LoRENA Capt. S. Sartrussr, - -
Will leave for the above and tntensethate ports
orirTUFSDAY, Apra Alth. st 4 P 11.
Nor freight or ;nonage apply on hosr
ap24 - FLACK 4 COLLINOWOOD,Agents.
FOR ST. LOUIS, CIA- A ggad -
LENA, DIIBIIWIE AND. ST.
A UL.—Tbe now,and eleitant pusenger Packet,
GLENDALE JOHN M. HAILE. Captain',.
Will have for the above porta on FRIDAY.
Sad, at 4.P. M.
ap2o J. I). COLL.INGWOOD. Agents.
• ITTIR INVER 911,
- wFrtnaMa • AND PAII
RERSBURG LlNE.—Lravp .:nninanv , a - Wharf
nowt, !nom or W....A Nteeet, daily at 12M., WED
NESDAYS and SATURDAYS,
USIA' 6A.41...% C. L. HICRINAN. MUM'.
freight Will be rt....mired
CO Lat Alt flouts PI
VLACH & CULLINGWOOD,
TO LIVERPOOL ANDASMI
- QUEENSTOWN. •
TUE INMAN MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
Numbering sixteen first-Masa vessels, among
i. mthe celebrated
CITY OP PArtus, SITY ANTWErP,
CITY OF BOSTON, CITY OF BALTIMORE,
CITY OF LONDON,
Bailing EVERY SA.TURDAY, from Fier 45,
a rib River, New York. For oassage or farther
intutwa.lon armly to
WILL L► 3 BINGHAI, dr.
10 FIFTH STREET. (Cbronicle
vaarly onnoitte Post Cr Mr« P..t.amr
BANKRUPTCY PLAYED OUT!
entities the bearer; on presentation,
to. TWO DOLLARS abatement on s
cash parChise of 015.00 . at th% great
cheap clothing house of
s. O. TUAI7ERNIAN,
ORMINAL BIG NUMBER 11,
Sixth Street, late St. Clair.
Nobody best by this establishment, but Aar
dealing to all! Call and be convinced. All
clothing plainly marked by printed cards, at
LO WEST CASH PRICES, 1
Bo that no one may be deceived. Remember
the place, original big number 11, 811TEI
STREET, late St. Clair.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS OF Titist
S. S. TRarnzaw.
SPICE AND MUSTARD MILL;
Arifth,Avegue, near, High St.;
STRICKLIER & MORLEDCE,
Spices and Mustard.
W.° al] attention of consumers to our EX
VELSIOB WANT • OlfwEE. 111:11d to one Proud
pickaxes and Wahshirrea iq be the , very , best in
the market: • •
ifitiCtql CORNMEAL ground daily. All aril,
ales warranted to be Of Ibe best quality and de.,
livered in the olty.free of charge.
Fifth avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
,UNION EN itpuisE
, FOUNDR Y, . ,
', ;. , WH. M. Oteieloii.'
latintstitiliet pi 0301EING: itOVICEI. Arebee,i
Orseeeh FeVeres . Beek e bfa o , mid all kinds
°l XaMit uir el_ ~..a" 11 W il rd" 111 kin ds et
eisa wt . 5".. WEill I S n, PA .ontrzrwas
J. L. Drum Ea. ..:.. • • A. Z. 13TZTINEION.
DILLINGEB & STEVENSON,
DISTILLERS AND DEALERS IN
Pure Rye Whiskies.
BRANDIES t WINES, GINS, &C.
No. 87 Second Avenue,
avz• PITTeIBIIEGII, PA.
EtiI_TABIIfiBED BY A. & T
- W. IL 6101MLY, ti
WHOLESALE' 6 ROCER,
Ne. 271 Liberty Rtreet,
CE)7II3CTLY OP?. K.&GLI H 0 171 M.
Air STEELE 84 SON,
AND DRAM:It:3 IN
FrIACKM,. GRAIN, IMELV..I I 'l. &Am
No. 96 OHIO SPREE% near EWA Ocounon,
ALLEGNENYCIT Y. PA.
7STEB HELL :AL 7: B 3 CHAIM
KE.III. As RITCHL.RT,
COMMISSION BILERCILkirra, •
• • • -"AND DIALERS ILP. •
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL FILIDi„
349 Liberrity Mt., Pftisbnimit,
iny24:br ' .
Wholesale awl Retail arooers,
No. 396 PENN STREET.
spISIVO , • •
T.rruk - BAIRD & PAIRTOIV,
i Wholesale erasers, Commission Mersibant a
ii , idtturei
ian D ealers in. Produce. Flour, Baco Cheese,
i Vat. Carbon out Lear* 011, Iron, N . Miss ,
cotton Yarns and ail .I..i,caburgh Diann 'I
generally. ill* and 124 niCOIND ET,
.w c. Aulityheeiict, succt4ar
. to - Fetur .ammptrong. P RgRUCE
edllogitlSSlON EItERUBANT, No. 23 Xitket
11013111 PECK, oaNsittrarrat,
HAIR WORKER. AND PERTEXER , No.
3 Third Meet, near Banithiteld, Pittsburgh.'
Alwayl_on hand a general assortment of La.
dies. SMitd, BANKS, CURLS: Gentlemen's
WIGS. TOPERS, SCALPS, GUARD CHAINS,
BRAGELETIs. Ao. air good Price In oath
will be glven for RAW A
Ladles , and Gentlemen's Nair (tutting done
in the TeltheetlTlßTlllee. rnh2
OEBTENT, SOAP STONE, &o.
IDMUND LAKE, No. . 124
Onfithtleld street, Pole Manufacturer of
ren's Felt Cement and Gravel Rooting. Ma.
serial tbr sale. 1•6010
WILLIAII KILLER 4 CO.,
Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty Street.
Corner of Irwin,. now offer.to the trade at low
Prime New CretNew Orleans Sagas* and
°lasses. • •
Porto Rico, Cuba and English Island Sugars.
New York, Ehilidelphia and Baltimore Re
Golden Drips, Loverings, Brunlis, Stuart .
Adams' and Long Island bystipE.
Porto Rico, Cuba and English Island Molasses.
Young Hyson, Japan, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Oolong Teas.
Carolina and. Bangoin Rice.
Java, Lagissyra and lo Coffees.
Tooaceot , Lard OIL Fish, Nails, Glass, Soaps,
Cotton Yarns, &e., constantly on hand.
Fine Brandies,Wines and Segm.
'Rhenish, Moselle, and Sparkling Hook Wines
of Hinkel i_Oo.. lu bottles.
Sparkling Moselle, Seharabirg and Johannla..
burg, Hockhelmer,Burgpady, &c.
Brandenburg I Freres Flue Olive Oil.
do do Olarets,_._ Imported In bottles.
do White Wines, In bottles.
. M. I Bons' Sparkling Catawba.
Flue old Sherry. Madeira and Port Wines.
Free Old Monongahela Rye Whiskies. pure.
do Very Superior Old Scotch do- on.
Sole&ents for Mo la. t C O handon , s Grand Vtn.
lin Czenay and Gallery Champagne.
Brandies of our own selection and Warranted.
_j 2.4143 •
2,000,000 ACRES OF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SATY..
Union Pacific Railroad. Company,
Lying along the line of their road, at
$l,OO TO 101,00 PRE ACRE,
And on a 9aziEnT,Cnr YBABB. ,
for fu rt her Part4 oo 4 ll . uulDs• 114 1.• addreth
gems P. ikEVERIIVZ•
• Land Ckeausdaeloser, Topeka, Kauai.
Or CHAS. B. •LAwilintar. beefy,. '• •
..r• '• ' .:' ;... BC: Loate,
• rii,narxe INK WORKS.
43. E. ROBINSON;
Black and Colored Printing & Lithographic
urn, VARNISHES, &C
Gray's Ferry . 'Road and 88d latent,
fe16:010 • PHILADELPHIA.
FRESH SHAD RECEIVED
dimly at BENJAMIN PULP/LEM 'popular
• Woad, No. 45 Diamond Market, Pitts
buigh, and at the Twhr City, Alleghenyh CIO,
corner of Ohio And Federal streets.. Ombe ha d
all kinds or Bea and Lake fish, Halibut, Shod.
Beak, Llodtlsh. Haddock and Eel. Also, large
caPlMllia or White. Lake Fish; balarcon, Bale,
litergeon. Herring and Maclnsw Trout, which
ynsblea us to aell at the lowest market prletuk
wholesale or remit. We invite all Myers or
Fresh.lish to give us a call, and we will Maur
BIITTEIL-40 Boxes Fresh
Da Butter, tell received by express.
• Jr/I. CANFIELD. 141 Pine *venue.
J., for sato by J. D. 0•101/1.D.
On and after TUMIDLY. N ,
loot, trains Wil . arrive at and .
Depot corner of Grant and 'W
folicrws: , •
Mall to and Itroml7nton-
• town 7:00 a.
McKeesportAeoomdtn 11:00 a.
-Ex. to and from Unt'n. 3:00 r.
West Newton Accom'd 4:30 p.
Braddock's Accomdrn. 6:15 p.
N/41111 Ac. tokfc.lpsport.lo:3o r.
O h Train to - -
and from West Newton ,1:00 P.
!or ticketa apply to
W. B. swim Enpernatendent.
11 - .4 E-
'4, • •
CTLME. • —•— -
ALLEGNENT VALLEY EALLRoAD t
On and atter MONDAY, November 9tb 18611,
TWO TRAINS DAILY will lease, piiinb urr b,
Station, corner of Eleventh and Pike streets for
Franklin, 011101ty, Buffalo, and all points lbttilt
W r'llgairunsii. !Agars im myrrssunoß
1:13 a *Mail 5:40p te
Express.. 7:10 p at; Express 8130 a m
Brady'. BAe 3:00 pto Bradys B Ac 10:30 ais
tat Soda Works let Soda Works
Ateomd,.. .. 10:50 an) Accomed , n. 8.110 aas
lid Soda Work. .
I rd Soda cnts
AceennoWn. -800 p m Accora at
Clinch Train leave itylsergb at 1110 P. it.
Arrive at Pittsburgh at tr:SP.t. .
Passengers taking empress • have bat
one cbange of cars between Pitts . arg_b, Argil*
and tilt Mgicms. Man and Rap as-Trani stop
only at prtn : cipal points ?Ricca .. Way sad At
colamodatrod trains stop •
THOMAS M. G. • et. Sap%
W. POSTER LlOPL'ileket 1 nee
a: 1 : • rd . ' Wm
IDINCDINATI A I - -
• LOUIS RAILWAY.. -
Re HANDLE ROUTE.
CHA.NOIE taf TIME.-On and after 81DIDAT.
Nov.2lsld r 1069, trains will leave and arrive as
um Union Depot, as follows, Pittsburgh time:
Mall Exprea...........—. 3:13 a. m.12:13
Past Line 80:L3 4u m. 7:33 p. m.I
Past Axpre55............ 2:88 p. m. 12:18 a. a.
Nixed Way 3:43 a: m: 2:43 p. a.
McDonald's Aoc'n, No.111:28 a. m. 8:33 p.m.
Steubenville Accommod. 3:38 p. m. 1 9:48 a. us.
McDonald's Acc'n, N0.1..6:08 p. m. 3:18p. m.
+p `9:58 P.-x. Express will leave daily.
:13 P. M. Mall will arrive daily.
The 10:13- a.• al. Train Leaves daily, Btiadayg
ea cepted, and Nukes close connections at New •
ark to, Zanesville and paints on ( l3andusky.
Mansfield a Newark B.
B. F. SCULL, General Ticket Agent.
W. W. CARD, ilteulaewville. Ohio.
PITTSBURGH, PORT WAYNE & CHICAGO
A. W. and CLEVELAND di : PITTI3IIIIBGE B. B.
Firm Dec. - 90tN 1868, trains will leave from
and arrive at the Union Depot, north aide, Pitts.
bures city time, as follows:
Chicago Ex.....5:03 a: m Chicago Es.., 11:13
Erie& IfinaDVl7:99arn Chicago Ex.. :11:58
Cl. firWlegliels:sl9s sn Wheeling Ex Ill:1.3s1
ChlrawarlDsl l :. 6 :ss . 2m-Creetilerlitall 3:5801
Chterawitx..lo:l2en m Chicago Ex....4:38ps
I.4bWA!gleX2:ll.3lam leveleral 4 rx.4:oBps .
... , 51:4apal- lie & Wnillx6:l3Dl
W 'f i ffirle Ex4:B34pre. Cl. & Wbit.s.l3:ls:sBN
Dspearkfrola,ditishessi. , - :ArreaerfaiAltaithelee,
N. Bet 'a A0.8:513w mR. Brigtrn Ao. Y:0111 an
, Lefetsla .`1 10:98 , a mN. BrUrt F . : 28 am,
11:58 a m New Castle4 . lo:3B ma
Rooltester" .I:3Zize Leetsdale 'i." 9:18 see
Leetsdale At c.alas m ••• .. laus p is
.N.•Bsterttn " .51 ze N. Briettn 1 "9:43 pa
E. B. Via " .6:2Blrai Leetsdalq :r. 4:53 pm,
.I,43etse ." 10:45pai _ • • .. , • ••• Tag vi a
Leetsdale Ban- • Leetsdale -San- la
day+ Obureta 1:13p m day °brash:, 9:58 Ai
.ate II:43 p. m..OLIra- go Express leaves daily.
air 11:5S a. m. Ohleacs Express arrives daily.
deli... F. E. MYLES. General Ticket Agent.
ENNSIE L*Al t ammi
ROAD. Onand after Nov, ABth, 1888, Train.
Till arrive at and doped from the, Union Depot,
come* 0- • Washington and Liberty etrects, as
Mail Train.... 1:30 sink Day Express.. 8:30 ma
Past Line 8.40 a m Wall's No. 1.. 8:30 am
.Wall's No.. 1..6 510-ans Mall Train 8:16 am
Brintoc,A.ce'n. 7:50 am o Cincin'thEx 151:35 pa
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 em Wall's No. 2..11:80 an'
Cincinnati Ex..9:4llrots Johnstown At. 3:85 pia.
Johnstown Ac10:35 o m raddocks Nol4:Bopra
Baltimore Ex. 1-45 em hila. Express 5:10 pm
PhDs. EspressB:osvas Wall's No. 8.. 5:20 pm,
Wall's No. 8.,. 1:39 pm Wall's. No. 4.. 6:15 pm
Braddock, Nols:s9pqn Fast Lira 7:50 pat
Wall'a No. a. T:Sletrom W 4 1 ,81104.. 11:50 pia
Wiay Pumps. 10:20p to
The Church Train , leaves Walla Station every
Sunday. at • 9:15 a. m., reaching Pittsburgh at
10:00.a. m. Returning, leaved-Pittsburgh as.
151:50 p. m and mis ea at Wrias Station at
8:00 Tv ta.
'Cincinnati Express " leaves daily. All other
trail , s daily except' Smaday.
Yor ibxther Initmasidon apply to
syl W.. H. BECKWITH, Agent.
The PennvaniallailroadCo y will ea
se= say risk ibr . ftrr wearin uot
parel,and limit tb i tnripsnitribVitY to One Ben.
are Dollars in vats*. All' Baggage exceeding
that amount in value will be-at the risk of the
imam% taxless taken by specish contract. .
BDWARD ti. WILLIAM&
non, General Superintendent. Altoona. Pa.
ROAD.-On and after bOlf. 99d,18611, the
Pa. Banger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
Rat road will arrive at and' depart. . front the
Feder: Stree e t . Depot, Allegheny City. as Inflows:
Arriv • Depart.
Wingd'e No I ik-40 m m 7:00 aal
Freeport No. 1 ite.9o a m report No. 1 9:15 ant
Express 10:40 a tu Sharptil Not 'bill) ant
Sheryl:og N0.19:515 p m ss. pat
Freeport No. 2 4:00 pm d'e No 13:90 pm
Men. ... ".
. . 5:55 p m port N0.25:210 pro.
Sprixigit'eNo2sll: 45 p m Seringd'e No 1 , 1110 y
Aboy_e trains:ran daily except. Sunday.
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Jtinethat
'ever, Sunday at 7:40 a. m., rear-Ding Allegheny
City at 9:50 a.- m. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City at 1:90 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny junco.
lion at 3:45 p. m.
COmeirrAiftOn TiCirleta—lfor sale In packages
of Twenty. between Allegheny City, Chestnut
street. Herr's, Bennt i V a Pine Creek, Etna and
Sharyaburg and good on the trains stopping
at Stations Fpe ailed on ets. _
The trains leaving Allegneny City at Y:00
In. make direct connection at rreeyor: with Wax
ke tne of Stagea fon Rutter and Hannalutown..
Through tickets ma b e purchased at the °filet
No. ISt Clair striae near the ituenslonßridga . ,
Pittabur. h, and at t e Depot. Allegheny.
For farther information aunty tv
JAMES LEFFERTS, Agent Federal Street Depot.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not
al sums say risk for Baggae, except fOrweathig
apparel, anti limit their - responsibility to One
Bundr.d Dollars in value. All baggage ex.
ceeding el is amount in value willbe at the r9k of
the owner, unless taken by special contract.
non • Geirnal SuperintendentAltoona.lAa.
M 0 HILL` .
UNION PACIFIC RAILWL*
The SHORTEST AND MOST BELLA=
ROUTE from the East to ell Pada in
New Mateo, Idaho,
; . r• ... 4.lll3ll ! ar vi • -
Lome atterAte z 2eavanwCatli
. 4u2=2. 0 4.)0a the val of rzahts
of ISt, and 'Hu&
bal and t. _Joe Bartroad thllheY, oonnoW
Jno sa 'Lawrence. 'Topeka': and Mum* Isla
stages for all points In Hansa& Al end
track wedrt of Ellsworth with th lIE
STATES EXPRESS COMPANVE D
WEB 01P OVIKILAND, MALL AND ESP
CMOS= FOB .
DEN VEXtg SALT lAA-Salk
All Poi,nts fn tlu3 TeiTitories s .
And W iu i sAwmuuserPs Titx-wzmunt Luiz
of COACHES for Fort Union, Bout , ' 'Fort, Pau,
A n w pe t qefh SAWA re, sad fpn . points In Art•
sous and New Mexleo.
With the receu, additions: ot•roiling atoeit
and equipment; and the arrangements made
w ith ,edponsible Overland Tratteportation Linen
from its western terminus, this road now offers
unequalted facilities for the' transmission of
freight to tim Far west,
'notate for slue , aVallAbe nrinelpsi offices hi
the Waled State 4 and Canada&
Be sure and se for tiettets via THE B.IIOV
HILL ROUT 4- UNION P JO .B.AILWA
BASTRitIi DI VI SION.
. • Howeral airperintandea , L
A. M. INVESTED, '!
esaaral,Tredsht, aad TutetAp.
ter streets. es
Y. 6:00p. t.
Y. 0:05 P. N.
Y. 10:/0 A. Y.
Y. 5:35 A. K.
7:50 r. X
. 6:45 A. x
170 . Adedt