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SATURDAY. May 1, 1869. S
BILV.Urylr, YOB, TILE sitspr...,-,
The oil market has again been dull
- during the week, the volume of buainess
having been light, while compared with
the preceding week. prices are lower
and the general feeling is a little.bearish.
With an access of some 8.000.000 gallons
in exports from January to date, com
pared with the correspondiug time last
year, an expected increased production '
and docks accommulatiog, cause a , gen
eral belief that prices will' rale lower,
though bat few, if any, expect to see oil
down to whore it was at hits -time last
year. The great majority of our re
finers remain idip, and are likely to con
tinue so until such, time as the market
gets into a position that wilt justify or
offer some inducement to oar =inutile
turera to start them:up again. At pm.
'tut prices there Is no Margin whatever.
and nearly all of the sales - that have
been made for several weeks . . have been
settlements; as our refiners generally,
will not sell with the' fact'staring 'them ;
in the face, that there is no margin
whatever. , . ,
CRUDE—The market is • dull and a;
little weak, and compared with the early
part of the week, prices are about a half
a cent lOwer. Spot, or seller to July may
be fairly quoted at I4N, though as yet
there appears to be no sellers at that 4g
REFlNEDuaesie . of 500 bbls spot at 82,
a little , above market; and 500 last half
May, at 32. Quotations—Spot, 313 f; first
half May, 82, last half, 3231; May tojuly,
3334' May to December, 343 i ®35; July to
Decebaber. 35©35 1 4; May to September '
154;;; buyer, all year, nominal at 87.
Market closed dull and rather weak.
Receipts of Crude this week, 6,209
bbls; last week. 11,076; froM Januarylst
to date, 228,480; same time Wit year,
868,763. Exports Refined this . week;
9,768; last week, 10,045; from January Ist
to date. 111,578; same time last year, /01,-
838. Sales this week, 58,500; last week,
'Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil
Eclipse Railroad Axle
on. SHIPP= BAST . BY A. V. B. B.
Citizens 011 Co. 500 -bblii • refined to .
Bostwick (lc Telford. •
I. C. Kirkpatrick & Co. 203 bbls refined
Waring, Kiang Co., Philadelphia.
Lockhart, Frew & Co. 180 bbls tar to
N. Y. at B. Paratine 011 Co., N. Y.
B. W. C. Tweddle, 100 bbls lubricating
to J. B. Bartlett ; •
Total shipments Refined .... 703
OIL- 1111112 P ED - BAIR intox Duuriamt
Dtu2caut Williagas, 48 bbls reflited
to W. P. Lomat
Flief. Cp.„1.00 Ibbb ref.
td Warden,. Prosir '4lt Co.
1 11:481 EibipMetila'Ree t tied. '146
Stank., b 9
NEW Your, May I.=-Cottohrather more
• .3 •
of _ I .
steady with sales,l,6oo bales at 3841 c
for midd li ng , - uplands. The receipts of.
Manx mere 7,1/4. bble; Flour is a shade,
firmer arid_ low grades without any deo],
ded change for medium and 'good decrip.'
lions; sales of 7,500 bblif at 15,45®5,80 tir
superfine stlte and western; 55,90@0,25
for extra state; 55,85®6,35 for extra west
ern; 56,80 fas for white wheat extra; s6®
7,35 for R. H. 0.; $708,50' for extra St.
Lazar,- s9®l2 for good to choice do; clos
ing quiet. Rye leiour is quiet with sales
of 150 bbls at.14.60@6,75. Corn Meal is
quiet and dull. Whiskey is firmer with
sales of 501 bbla western at 94®95c for
free. - The receipts of Wheat Nit ere 17,442
bbla; the market is quiet sad. 'slightly fa
vors bwers; sales 10800 burghs ati11,43 for
No. 2' spring, deliVered; 11,68®1,70: for
white California; 51,65 for amber fdlehi
gan. Bye is quiet and steady. \Barley
lower with, sales of_ 2,500 ba th s, at
$1.85 for Giirman; _ usnada, West on
private terms. Barley malt dull. \ Re
eeilme: of Wu 7 3 i11; new.corn I@2o better,
closes &shade firmer. 49,000 bash 8 1 1®0,
new mixed Western (giddy 86®88, Id,
do. Etifi): o in store, 90 do. afioat: '
ceipta oats B,394;eats decidedly firm, • 5,-
bush 8334 ®B4%c Western, in store, 84 ®
35 do afloat. Rice . dull . ; 83;®9 Caro.
line.. Coffee firm;' 800 bags Rio privateternis: Sugar heavy 4 -125 hds Cum it
11%c. Molaasos dell. Petroleum quiet;
17% crude, 32% refined., Hopsqqui t;
43®120 American.. Linseed Oft firm at
$1,13 par cask. Wool favors:` bnye ;
150;000, pounds at 45,3456 c, domestic' fleece '
to said the inteingho of friendly
31®36c, unwashed 48c. Leather-
Hemlock sole shade' ei at 80 1 80 ,tie.i .
Baena; Ayres and Rio Grande light nu'
middle weights. Spirita‘Turpertthe 40
48c. - • Metals--Shesthing Copper ; is
steady at 83, Ingot . Co firm .wi tht a
betterdemand et 23,‘ for Baltimere,
'Lake ; Superior and , troit. PI g Iy i
al ; and in , request at , 141%45 or
Scotch, and $364®4.2 for American; r
Iron quiet .at 135q490 for refined Enh.
and American; Sheet Iron in mode to
demand at 11®1843 for Mumtaz . Nails
at 4 3"@ 80 for out, ' 6'1.®83% for cline
and. for, horseshoe. Pork heavy
and lower, with sales of 650 bbls at $30,90
431,25 for new -mesa, 530,75 for old do.,
526,75®26.00 for prime, 528,25@28,6 5 terj
prime moss; total stock of old an new
62,417 bbla, lan month 54,575 bble, last'
year 4685 bbla. Beef heavy, with sales
of 170 bbla at $BOl6O for new plain mess,
$12016 for new extra mesa; stock of
-old and new ,on hand. 47,853 packages,
last month, 55,111 pkgs, and last year,
30,453 pima. Tieice .Beef is dull, with
side. of 800 Ms at $23®26 for prime mesa,
and $25030 for India Mei& Beef Hams
are steady, with of 200 bbls at - 26@
82 Opt meats are ,qiiiet, - with Sales of 175
lkipo at 12%®1110 for shoulders, and 1534
10160 for ham': middles quiet. Lard is
beavy,miiit sales of 600 tea at rtyorgashe
for steam. and./81;,®15.4.0 for kettle ren
dered. , Butter Is steady. at 251®880 for
' 0 ..h 10 1 , en_ d 2801384, ; for State. Vheeseis
=XS 1 8621/0.. Alcohol eld St 8490
for city and western. rrelahtsta Liver!.
pool AN ; dant . with engagements; per ::
ergs . 5,000 :bushel IThPak At:000,
,Xasiter.-41otiicioled iteadjkor coin
mon, and dull and declining for medium grades. 1 1 7110 U -quiet; without decided
cha°2 o . - J l 43re aidet,.51,30®1,82 for west- 1
ern... .Oats very, firm at 840 for western in , :
store* . Corn. OW 87@88,;4 f0r ; n e*
mile&Siesternr . B949oc , for old mixed
western in *tarp and alleat... Pork dant
130,97 for new in as, cash, and regular.
Beef quiet and unchanged. 'Cut meats
and lateen dulland nominal: Lard ahead
dt4l at, viliousia for good to prime steam:"
Esp_ .his* o Y, a$ 12 @4 0 -.:
thiataaao r May 1.- , Eastern Exchange
irregular • end at, par for. buying, 1-10
premium for selling. Flour dal Spring
extras .lit,7sQ/6,25.• Wheat quiet; No. 2
advanced 1 @lgo. Sales MN°. lat 51,14,4:
0)145; No. 2 at sl,o9,q@maji; cio s i nant
41040 .. unchanged this afternoon. Corn.
firmer at 14 lyiti higher, Sales of No. I.
aat folg@slt; No. 2St _5534®55,0 rejected
t_ 4 9 !4®5034; now at. 50 00 5 / 3 ‘;'elOsing at
6®5lX for new. Oats. easy and active;
'rm at , . %Obi higher; !Sales of No. 2at
6814 WO, and closing at 53%®59. Rye
-NAM andsteady;• closing at $1,16®1,1634.
Barley dull at 51,67%; closing nominal.
Hig,hwines firmer; 89 asked and 88 offer
ed. New Orleans Molasses 1 1 2 00 9 2 / 0 4 ,
~' Sugar ' 14015 for ' common tO choice.
Mess ttik • 'll
Mt ' lard' ill i wu
'/ j 4 173$ 1114-
gam ma 16 nber
'lands 1441 &Neat
ribs; J. Hogs t dull at :felOo dower,
5a1er5t413,50®9,25 for lair to choice.
Beef cattle quiet and steady at 85,25@8,00
for fair to good steers: $ 0 ; 2 email@example.com for fair
to medium; 88,75@7,00 for good to choice
second class beeves. ; Receipts for the
past 24 hours: 8,289 barrels of flour, 80,-
250 bushels wheat, 39,267 bushels corn,
27,951 bushels oats, 400 bushels , rye, 400
bushels barley, 8,937 hogs. Shipments:
13,849 battels of flour, 109,748 bushels of
wheat, 74,222 bushels corn, 15 095 , bushels
oats, - 1,445 bushels of rye, 200 buithels
barley, '8,219 hogs. Freights dull and
heavy; 5o for corn to 8uf5116.
ST. Loud, May I.—Tobabco is steady
2 7 3 /
Middling. , ged
emp is dull, dast
few of choice undressed were sold
at 11,55.- Flour la. dull and unchanged.
Wheat nguid and easier,.and business
was s ll; - prime and choice red sold at
51,50@; fancy . white, 12; spring,'ln
sacks ld ii.073.01,11N for-fair to
'vitae) , 1 1 -415@ 1 41.6 for - cho ic e. Corn
is dull and unsettled at 60%63Rc. ' -Oats
heavy a 61%64e. Barley is unchanged.
at 51,75 or prune lowa.' Rye is 'steady at
31,24%1,26.- -Whisky slow, at 86%87e.
Groceries are firm and unch anged Pork
is dull and unchanged, at 00%30,50.
Bulk meats; loose shoulders, at Keokuk,
1135 e. Bacon is lower, at. 130 for shoul
ders. and 16X%17c for clear sides.. Lard
Is dull ' and lower, with sales of choice
country kettle rendered "at 17 c , and
choice city, on order, at 18c. The re
ceipts for the past twenty-four hours
amounted to 3,700 barrels flour, 8E,600
bushels wheat, 5,000' bushels corn, 5,8047
bushels oats, 2,200 busheli barley,' and
400 head Of nogs.. . •
Orricursam, May I.—Flour dull: and
unchanged; ,family $6,00%6,25. Wheat
is held at $1,35%1,43 for No. 2 and No. 1
winter. Corn dull; auni c tt A large and
prices decidedly ' lower,
el at 59%60e
for ear, but-it was a lot offe freely at
those rates. Oats unchanged, 88%72e, and
supply light. Rye and barleytmahanged.
()cotton unchanged and quiet; Middling
at 27}1c, but" no sales. Whisky firm at
90%91e. asking the latter rate. Provis
ull'and nominal, =and no demand.
Pork is held at. 1,31. Balk meats are held ,
at 12%14M0. Bacon is held at 180,1634%
17e, but commissions of ,(c to 34e would' ,
have to be made in order to effect sales.
Lard is held at 180 for prime kettle ren-'
dered, but'not much demand. Mater in
better supply; fresh 38%8413w, winter-made ,
unsaleable:" Eggs , dull at 150. Seeds
nominally unchanged, the season being.
about ,over. is There- no change in oil,
with but little demand. "Gromles . quiet
and unchanged. Gold 131% buybig.'
Money market easy.
NEw Ortraars, May ..-.Cotton active
and 4“gqic bigher;• middlings. 26 c;
sales of 8,900 bales; -receipt', , 668 bales;
+=Porta, 4,276 bales.. `Gold 13534. Ex
ohange storing,.l4q. New ` York ' 'eight
exchange: y* pread - um: Flour' tending
upward at 432 X for superfine 53,8734 0 '
6,00 fbr 'den le . extra,. and 16,373 i dm
treble 'extra: • Corn firmer at 75407ee for
white. Oattllrtn at - 70%72e.. Bran ;LK
Ray scarce; prime 1itt1,00%83,00.: • Pork
dull ati i1t2.006 • Lard dull at .18X%190 fbr
tieree, and 1934®210 for keg. -, Sugar
dull, at 10%lle for common, and 13%183ic
'for prime. Molasses nominal; ferment
ing 500. Whisky; .western rectified 87,3 i
%95c. Coffee; faii115%1534c; prime 17%
Tommo, May I.—Floni dull. Wheat
Steady; amber 11,4234%1,43. No. 1 red
51,43, white Michigan regular 11,44, No.
1 white Miehig. an 51,80, No. 1 white Wa
bash 11,55. Corn a shade better and
moderately active at 6635 e for No. 2, and
63c for No-1 buyer last half of May.
Oats firm at Weft No. 1 and Michigan.
Rye quiet and =steady as .1,27 for No. 1.
Barley dull. Receipts - 2400 bbls flour,.
3;600 bus wheat, 11.800, hue corn, 3,700
bus, oats, 180 bus rye,
100' bus barley.
Shipments-600 bbla flour, 2,800 bus
wheat, 5,600 bus corn; 1,400 bus oats, 400
bus rye, 250 bus barley.
BAN FRANCISCO, May I.—Flour steady
at 14,3734®5,25. Wheat leavy• Bales of
choice 81,50. Legal Tenders 74f. Min
ing stocks during the week active. A
corner was developed_ in Sierra Nevada,
sending the stook as high as .310. The
market, closed with a frenaral advance;
Alpha, 44; Belcher, 25; Bullion, 82; Chol
la'', 235; Confidence. 39; Crown FOlnt, 68;
Empire 700; - Gould - Curry, 127; 'Hale
"Norcross,' 175; 83-• Kentuck,
260; Accidental, 26: Ohpir, 3,i; Overman,
110; Savage, 94; Sierra Nevada, 150; Yel
low Jacket, 66. • • '
MILWAUKEE • May I.—Flour dulL—
Choice Minnesota 15,50®5,75; Wisconsin
'and lowa 5,25®5,62; medium 6,00®5,25.
Wheat unsettled, 51,1336 for No. 1, 51,08
for No. 2. Oats active, 5734®58 for No. 2.
Corn nominally unchanged. Itye.nom
inally $1,11,14. - Barley quiet and
steady 51,8 0 1, 85 "for prime. Receipts,
-2000 bbla; flour. 2400 ba. wheat, 3000 bu.
oats; shipMent 3000 bbls. flour, 24000 bu.
wheat. • •
MEMPHIS, May 1.--Cotton firmer; low
- Middling 26%c; receipts, 226 bales; ex
ports, 243 bales. Flour very dull; super
fine 15.25i5,75. Corn 75c. • Hay ;V,
Oats 70c. Pork $B2. Lard 1841934.
Baoon arm; shoulders 13%,c; sides 17%©
17%c. Bulk Meats dull; shoulders 12%ci
sides 1 0feli
-Cituni.oo, May I.—The grain market in
the aftembon , was quiet; No. 2 spring
wheat..,polid. ;409409N, seller for
the month and #l ,l I,lo 4casii. Corn
'and oats neglected. ovisione inactive.
In the - evening No. 2 wheat sold at
#1,09%, seller for the month, and none
could be had at ads figure.
, BALTIMORE r May I.—Flour didl and
irregular. ' Wheat dull and weak; sales
of choicered at $2,16. Corn dull and;
prime white sold at 82@840; yellow, glc,
Oats dultatl l o@72o for light and 75@780
for heavy. Bye -nominal at $1,45. Pr&
visions unchanged. Whisky dull at 92c.
Cratvnuirm,: May _l.—Flour, dull an d
lower.. Buckwheat flour dull and noin-
Wheats-No. 1 red winter Is held at
11,48; No. .2 do at 11,31, , Corn is held at
.89 1 300. Pats ( 70c. Petrolethn dull and'
unchanged; holdem are asking 22®800
Ibt refined in car lots. ~
DETaQIT, May I.—Wheat fairlY active
and drint,eitra white ,161,77®1,78; No. 1
do •111,60;` No. 2 1111,28@i,F. Corn 690.
Oats 645 e: Potatoes 45%1713. '
ST.' Lou's, - May I. —Crank Marketo—
Cattle; there wasa fair business doing at
057,60. , Hogi'ningeott froglo. _
The river,was about at a stand yester
day afternoon, with eight feet and a half
in the. channel; we.should not:be stir
prised to are. , more water, as, the rain is
not yet over .. Weather Cloudy end cold;
mercuryat . nocinfieing down to. 40. •
The Argosy from St. Lbuis is the only,
transient arrival we have to report. She
has been' absent for several months, bat
looks none the worse for that. • •
• The 431suatow departed for. the:tippet
MississinpkiOn.. Saturday, with 400 tutioi
and sufficient engaged below i to put(
Pilots—Marsh Ways, and Joni Javillia-
Vie Kst4 ratana /Oft , for Louis ,
early on Sunday' morning, : with a folt
trip. Pilots --4anieti 'HendeneM and
There was considerable 'stir among
the towboats yesterday, getting toting
ready, and some, of them . doubtless de..
Parted towards evening, ; ~"
. The : Robt. Iturnals laid up st,cluidtk•
PITTEMEGIT pAZETTgi MONDAY, MAY 3, 1881
Gkay inft . , briainb at orLou-
Tseireini - zitilidtfleitt with 17ff this,
where she, will reload fr ; Pittabttrgh. •
'The 'Messenger , left , Cincinnati for
Pittslitirgh 'Ertl Friday - with about 300
1.10213. Pilots--Capt. • Jesse Dean and
Ce pt. Samuel Dean. I ,
The Glendale arrived at St. Louis on
Friday, and the Australia passed Met -
Phis the same day for New Orleans.
The Importer,,lda •Rees. Ackley,
ninah and Nile left Sioux City for Fort
Beeteer on the -25tb, and.- the• Mountain
Ore and filllyer Bow, were taatart on the
27th, immense quantitiee of goods are
going to the mines •
A St. Louis telegrath under date of
Friday says: The Supreme Court having
refused to grant Capt. Dotaldson's peti
ticin for awrit of liabene , corpus, it is
very likely he .wil/ soon be brought to
trial, and if the boy Ray, one of the
principal witnesses against him, testifies
to the same effect he did last summer,
his conviction is almost certain.
The Camelia; from Nashville, was ad
vertised to leave Cincinnati on Saturday
for Pittsburgh., •
The Wild Duck and barges. St. Louis
to Pittsburgh; passed by Cincinnati.
Passengers and shippers will bear in
mind that- the St: Marys, Capt. T. C.
Sweeny, is, the , regular packet for Cin
cinnati to-morrow, leaving at noon.
—Our 'dispatches announced •the ar
rival at. Minneapolis, Bann., en Sunday
morning, of the new steamer Minneapo
lis, and the town was stirred to its in
nermost,:sense Of excitement by the'
event. St. Paul don't like the idea of a
boat being able to navigate - to a point
higher np the river than- its own wharf,
but Minneapolis is pleased,.and as an
evidence of it, presented the steamer,
with a full stand of colbrs.
—Mr. - john ' Greenough, formerly
clerk and Captain on Missouri and Mis-
sissippi steamers, is now river editor of
the St. Louis Ttepublican.
N. Richards, formerly of the
W. F. Curtis, - is acting as receiving and
_clerk of the Cincinnati
packet St. Marys. -
z--We clip the following from the Cin
cinnati Gazette of Friday.
The Belle Vernon, from Pittsburgh,
received a few passengers here yester
day. and passed down with 625 tuns of
of freight, nearly all of which goes to
points on the. Upper Mississippi. She
was drawing seven feet when she left.
We hereby give notice to the excited
citizens of St. Paul and Minneapolis,
Minnesota, that the Belle Vernon will
extend her trip to the latterplace, and
there reload for return trip. They may
look for har shoat Sunday week. She
will:be found to be the largest sternwheel
boat that has ever visited those dittos.
Rehert. Bnrne - in lending 'at
Louisville on Thursday, forced the stern
ofthe Mary Davage on; into the street°,
throwing her stagink and 'three of her
'crew into the river, • The Men reached
Um, shore safely. •
-The: creditor!!, of the Atlantic and
Mississippi Steamship Company had a
meeting in St. Louis on Thurday, 'at
which •.-it was decided- to wind up the
oompany and ati ll Its remaining , steam
'ors. '!:his :company started about five
years ago, with a capital - of #2,000,000,
and twentptbree.of the, finest steamers
on the Western rivers, all of which
have been destroyed either by fire. ex
plosion or sinking. 'except five. The
boats to be sold are the Lidy Gay, Pau
line Carroll, W. It. Arthur, Continental
and Olive Branch, also a very large and
valuable wartboat. The. sale will be at
auction, after 20 days' notice, and for
—Captain Reader of New Orieans, ar
rived at Louisville by the Richmond, for
the purpose. of contracting for a new
boat for the Red River trade.
—Colonel J. McMillin, of Memphis,
and Captain Murry, of Paducah, are
negotiating for the Evansville dry docks.
which they propose to put into drat rate
—Red River eteamboatmen must ati
ticipate a big business next season, no
less than throe new boats for that river
having been contracted at Louisville the
—The Bart Able made her last trip from
New Orleans to Shreveport and back in
the unprecedented time of five days.
This included sixtpeightlandings. The
Times says: "This is the fastest time we
have ever been called upon to record of
—The St. Marys left Cincinnati for
this port on Friday, and the Messenger
was also advertised to follow the same
IMPORTS BY_ RAILROAD.
PITTSBURGH. Foam Warna &
OAOO RAILROAD. April 31. —lO cars
metal; Niimick & Co; 7 do do, Bryan &
Caughey; 3 do do, J W Porter; 1 do do.
Robinson,R & C0;.2 do do, Coleman, R
it Co; I do rye. Keil & Ritchart; 1 do do,
W M'Kint; 1 ' do potatoes, Woodworth iSt
D; 15 bbls apples, Morrison -.t Devol; 15
Wog soup, Sellers Co; bbis apples,
Van Steller Qt S; 6 do de, J A Graff; 12
bdis paper, Godfr•it Clark; 100 bdle
handies. , Postley, Nelson & Co; 1 car oats
bcott & Gaud; 1 car hay J.H.hutle; 20 dor.
brooms, Sidptoti it Wallace; 1 car corn,
Robb it Berton; 1 do bran. J Dorring
ton; 100 . bbis Sour, Shomaker Langan
helm ; ; 509 do do, owners; 82 bales broom
corn, H R M'Clellanu; 600 pigs lard, BL
Craniatiawn AND Prrmauseit EAU
ROAD May 1.-2 ears blooms, Carson &
Ce; 5 do do, J Moorhead; Ido lumber, A
J Grigg; 10 ,brs tobacco, C C Baer; 29 aks
notatoes, W Dann; 61 pipes, H H Collins
6 rolla lead, Bailey, Fit Co; 49 sks oats,
2 kgs apple batter, Duff & Son; 00 bbls
apples, S Hickman; 24 do knobs, Adams,
d: Co ; 100 oil bbls, B D Moore; 7
bbls - - Mead M; 2 tee hams, J
Sneathen & ,Co; 9 bat. *castings, ',4 drills,
WoOdwell it Co;. 8 'bids, 16 elm fizz
seed,l. J W Thursby;• tea' , hams, Ido
dried beefy Leiria it M; 10' brit crackers,
Kramer& Bohn; /Maks oats, Graham it
IQ 800 dof. dO, liViiienu .01 Hood; 1 car
stone,.) „ , • •
ArznameNT dlf.a.zzarr ItAILBOAD,
May L-2 care metal, Lyon, Sato& 001,
2 rolls , leather, ,Cimatnnt,- & ,co; sEr t a
railroad iron. AVER. Goi,l3 L Him ta-
Wes, Manor &Rarpelll ear grairi
tin. &token Co , 12 bble 'potatoes.
Vole; & Co, oar grain, 3 - Meek: 4
do'llthietonel Shanbeiker & Ido
atone; Mu'Voelketp ledol pOtlelay, Dith:
ridge Allow Ldo limo;D L: Reynolds; 1
no , metab: El:Woodside% 240 bbis oil,
Fishery& Bro; 640 do do, J Wilkimn 1 oar
W,modeaden 1 do. do. Reese,
Graff • rr
rnTIiBITSOIS ..CINOPMATI AND ST;
Loma Ratutoap, May 1.-40 bbls apples-
A Grath 18 eke potatoes , Cunningham
doMoore; 6 bblaoll, Harris- & E; 46 bdls
anathea; lt do hoes, Tidy , S &E; 1 lot'
old metal,. 4 'she' rye, 3 - Casey; 10 bbls
potatoes, Meanor &-H; 1 car shelled corn
O g o t Cartons-1 do staves, C. Alright; 2
do - ear corn, Scott & kilissl; Ido do, Bizsg•
ham 6d Laing ; 1 'do dcc. Kell & Ritchart..
4zwstuimary STATION, May
1 ear bay; 8 OlifcMissters;.7l bast, oata, 1
cat corn,,3ll3teel & 50M..20 bbls whisky,
R etiA. C arson , ' 50' bbls, 100 figs flour,
, gippley Beektirt; 2 bbliv vlsi,Agar,
Awed °Minh:kw:2W bbls apple; Fred
Organist licaribill fila4,4 oar eat% Gad.
stewar,rB bins ApAes, Horbertri.9
Attila leather, AI& qillery; 100 bbls lour
* Bovegit*Ogilli rAW.g.r9e- • ' '
fur r,„? , •
AMP: PA:Tit URANCE
VOA CAIRO AND. BT. v. i a=pi
LOUIS—The fine steamer sismoof.
ARGOSY:. VA2trizgo - Borr. Brastir. -
Will leave as above on TIIE 4 DAY. at 5 P X. •
For [Mob c or passage soptv on board
my 3 irLAQR Jt, COLLINGWOUD. Agents.
adge - 18Q9. agirmo
NORThERN LINE PACKETS ,
St. louis to Keokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALL ISTERKEDLATi PORTS.
On the splendid Sidewheel Steamers of this
Line wil l leave St. Louis ds ly_ for Keokuk, Diven
pert. Dubunue, Winona, Stillwater sun St. Paul.
Through rectlpts for Preisht and Passengers
wilt be given to all points oh the UpperXissis.
sissippl on steamers rennin; frota this port and
connee.ing with the Northern Line''.Packets at
St, Loubs, thus enabling vonsigneett to set their
Freight\ through without delay and at lowest
rates. Apply to • JOHN FLACK. _
J. D COLLINGWOOO,
B. AgEnte, or to '
mh26:48 C. DRAT, _
• 93 After etzeet.
Pp 3 T T .G. IEI N ' magi ,
• - wRISELING, • AD' • PAR
%EMBUS% ,LLNE.—ueave, Ootanrnr , s Wharf
twat. tour. or VC tum, \ Strop, dally at War.; 'WED
NESDAYS and'I3STIIEDAYti -
extitY ttAGLX.:...; - ....q. L. iszintAtt. Mastei:
freight will be rerelved at ali moats by
.IAIT COLLINS. -
FLA IC..a ouLLINGWOOD,
OK WHEELING. AiIdWa
AND CINCINNATi. . - , •
Leaves Pittsburg EVERY 21TESD JIY- ILA la.:
LeaVes Cinclnna ;VENT' FRIDAY--4 P. N.
The swift and en erb Sidewbeel Steamer ST.
MARYS, T. c. S ESNEY, Commander. will
leave as announced above. .
For F 1 eight or Passage apply on board, or to
\ FLACK .t COLLINOWOOD. or
_ COLLfNo & BARNES; Agents.
B • 8....Z. 4 0,rreis . t received on Tuesday after
11A. 3f. \ - mb29
T 0 LIVES: POOL' AND
Tan XIMULIq STIMAISUIPt
Numbering eels grit-eleas vase% among
inlathe cele brated
CITY OF PARin, CITY OF ANTWEPP,
CITY OF. BOSTO N
_. CITY OF BALTLIIONZ,
CITY , OF LONDON. •
Sailing EVERY BATUDAY, from nor 45,
north Elver, New York. For mune or limner
WILLIABI 8 . 1n6HA31, Jr.
TO FIFTH WPRNET,_(Chronicie jlundlug
w.erlir (modelle Past swim,. littettri.o.
TIOLLAII LIVINGS ACM:
. 11. NO. os. r roultrit snusim.
CHLETVULD IR 1835.
AIISSTIS . ... :.. .
Open daily, ham 9 o'clock A. w. to .3 e'clock
r. at,. and SATURDAY EVENINGS„ from
May-ist to November lit, from 7to 9 (Vetoes,
and from November Ist to May lit, from 6 ter 8
Deposits received of all sums of not less than
ONE DOLEAR and a dividead of the pions.
declared twice aear, in June and December.
Interest has been d e cla red semi-annually In June
and December since the Bank was organised, at
the rate of sir per cent. 'a year.
Interest, if not drawn out, is placed to the
credit of the depesitor as principal, and bears the
same tnt crest fromthe Ist days of June and
December, compounding twice a year, without
troubling the depositor to call, or even to present
his pass book. At this rate money wilt double In
less than twelve years.
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules
and itegulations, furnished gratis, on applies
tioa at the °Mee.
John G. Backlitlen. A. M. Pollock, M. D.,
Benj. F. Patimtock, Robert Robb,
James Herdman, John H. Shoenberger,
Jasnes McAuley. James Shidie,
James B. D. Heeds, Alexander Speer,
Isaac M. Pennock, Christian Yeager.
. . E lIST Robert
Wm. J. Anderso T n, C. Loomis,
Calvin Adams, ' Henry J. Lynch.
John 0. Studley, I. Peter A. Madeira, ,
George Black, I John Marshal,
Hill Purgwin. ' Walter P. Marshall.
Alonso A. Carrier, John B. McFadden.
opartesA„ cotton. Ormsby Phillips, •
John Evans, HenryL Eingwalt,
John J. Gillespie, Wm.. P....Schaseris,
A l ,
William S. Haven, Alexander .Tludie,
Peter H. Bunker. William Vas RUE,
Richard Ha3s Isaac Whittler,
Junta D. Ke t h ! '
___,- • Wm. P. Weymin.
TnEssurinn — CHCOLTON.
EaccarrABT—JAKILB IL D. MEEDB; it
2,000,000 ,A OF
0110IOE LAIrDS FOR SALE'
Union Pacific Railroad Company,
Lying along the line of their road, at
$/100 TO $5,00 PER ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OP FIVE YEARS; ' I*
For further partienlars', maps, So., address
• JOHN P. DEVERNVI,
Land Commissioner, Topeka.
Or CHAN. B. LAMBORN. See'',
.Bt. Louis. Missouri
OFFICE OF THE TREASURER OF ALLEGHENY
COUNTY, Pittsburgh, April lst, 18139.
TN PURSUANCE OF THE .21st
section of an dot relating to Allegheny Conn
ty, approved the lat dsi , of May, 1881, and of the
amendment to said tection, approved the 30th day .
of March,,ll36B, I do hereby , xlve notice that the
Euplleates for the, several Wards, Eoroughs and
Towriships WILL EE (WEN, and'l' will be pre. ;
pared to receive the •
County, State, Poor, Workhouse and .
Improvement Taxes for. 1869. - -
On intlifter , the •lat day. 'of May. 18'9.5 Said :
taxes can he paid at this OEM* until the lit day
of August with a DEDUCTIOIf OF FIVE PEE
CENT. fbiprompt payment to'aU persona paying
the whole 115011249 t cpele tares .
• There wig -be ho deduction allowed dating the
mouth.of Augast.,..There.wUt be- , •
Ted Pei "tent:. Added
To all taxes remaining unpaid on theist day of
.P. d DENIEE3TON,
ap2:dgT • Treasurer of Allegheny County..
NOTICE. - •
PpAning,of Diamond Street, Pittsburgh.
- perilous Interested are 'heretifnottiledthat
the report of Viewers in the matter of opening ,
and widening 'DIAMOND tnistatt, from the
Diamond to Ferry street,jhas been approved and
confirmed. AU persons sigainit wnom awes'.
meats or, tieuetita Were made. ate required to :pay
the same to me within thirty days, otherwise
.they will he entered se, liens agrainstshe proper.
ty. AU property on the Dtamond and Diamond
street, west of the Market Honse.smd on LibertY
street from Sixth street to Fourth .avenue, has
been Assessed.. ' • •
_ Otratea olr Pl‘r,„ExPtafh.3
ALLiatIENfuITY. PA,.} April depth. 1 5 9 9 •
01rICE.--me Assessniellits fOr
- • Qrsailng out ParlegKir Tl (714T0.1.1
rom Ohio toNastangtoo Meshes: Meet for the
Grading ; sad; &smiths. , ofiAgmeord - titreett, *XO
()bottom. streetto Madison avenue: and also, ft r
the GreOltifrof , alossonsalleware notetready fOrs
examingitl o 4l luta can en at the °Bide of the
Ottl Zeittneer •tmtil IVA Y etht 180% when UM
will. r .ho,"_"'eeett, lo the hands of the 01t7 treasurer
~Y = 7"C
• A. 4 ,6. • _ . )
J. ,F. StAGLE,City Attorney.
•B •-• No.' 108 litiftn'Avenne..:
THE IRON. CITY
MUTUAL • LIFE INSURANCE CO,
Office - 7 :Federal St., Allegheny City.
DIRECTORS . • .
Hon. J. 612.9.
Rev. J. B. CLABS,SO. D.. .
Capt. B. ROBIN SUN.
Rev. A. K. BICLL. D.D,. ,
Bey. S. H. 142 EaBIT IJ.D..
W. A. [MED. Cashier Allegheny Trust Co.
JACOB lIIISH. Real Estate Apent,
BLHON DAUM. Mayor of Allegheny,
C. W. SENN lc: Hatter. -
A. S. BELL,Attorney.at-Law.
D. L. PAI TERSON,,Lumber .11ferOlant,
D. BWOGIIII, Hisurance Agent.
Capt. Row% Itimmuilori,Pritadtml•
Blow. Jr. B. CLAUSE ' S:P.D., Vice ezeoldorat,
JACOB RB811; Secretary,
C. W. BEBNY.,Treasurer.
WHITE, Mitatc&z. ADVISER.
• DANIEL SW OGEE, Dean Aged.
This is a name cm:litany. conducted on the mutual
Prinelpte. each poHey holder receiving ao equal
share of the profits of the Company. Policies
Will be loaned on! all the dirlbrent plans Of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an econemi
eal. hails will. aford safe Investment to each
policy holder. midi thereby retain the-money at
Dolan to enteuragatienie laduerro. 50h27:1133
OF ALiirsamy, PA.
OFFICE DCYJIANNIIN BANTNeS BANK .
No. 41 0140 St.. Allegheny.
A HOME OOMPANT, .etuaged by Directors
Wet known to the 'community, who trust by Dar
&Altos OP.otesit &store of Your. Patrol/Me.
G.O.A D. ItIDDLIG.....- ....
... . - DIRECTORS:
Renry_lrwin„ D. L. PaMerson, Wm, Cooper,
Geo. B. Riddle, Jacob trans, Gottlelb Yam,
'Blazon Drum, J. B. Smith, Jacob Hash,
W. M. Stewart, Ch. P. Whisiob, Joseph Craig.
7.3 e. Lautuor, IL J. Einkano, Jere. Kobiso,
apill:o85 , .
No. NA - , ) 111"tit :Aireollem 'Second 'Floor.
. .'; PITTSERINON. PA..
Capital A.13.2 . &141:17p,..•
N J. Bliley -, -- Ilitr.oliver, Jr; apt.N.Balley,
Datil Wa4e.e. .:, B. HattpuLa. . Cambers,
Jake Nlll. • ~ 1 41.0kartatt.. as. It. Salle/.
Thomas Smith ne.S. Willeek, ~. •
,-11011 E TM. EINO4 Preaklent.
• JNO. P . JENNINettI, Vice Preslnent.
: JOS. - .T. JAJIINNTON. Secretary.
Caps. B. J. gifILACS. atoll Agent.
Insures on taint) - Terms 'en all Fire
and . 1 Dianne Was. '
Cer. Fideral it t and Ditunomi,
once: In U, SECOND :NATIONAL BANN.
W. W. MARTIN, President,
JOHN SROWN,___ ENS JR.,„_ Vice President.
rES R. riTZVON. Secretary.
. .Dran•Crens: •
John A. Myler, :Jae. Lockhart. iJoe. lityere,
Jas. L.Oraham. 'Robert Les, C. C. Boyle,
Jno.l3rown,Jr. jqeerge Gent, , Jacob kopp. t
O.H r.ltliamedno. lhonipson,l. Many:tiler:
10 1 1111 1 101 PRISE • •
INSURANCE - COMPANY `
Office, No. 424 PENN Err..
flit NATIONAL TRUST 00. BUILDING.)
BOIL Dickson, Robe,. Liddell, W. 7. Pride?,
G. Bledle, C. Van Buren, T. Kirsch,
is. H. Myers, ? J. fianorsriseh, Chris. 'Siebert.
L. J. , Blanebard, J. Weisser, . Sehlideekers
• it. H. XERES' President. '
RABT. , DIOXSONoViee President.'
BOB?. J. GRIER, Treasurer.
1.19: J. J. Al./LINTZ. Sftretarr.
INOORANCE COMPANY. OF PITTTSBUItaIi
OFire, Z. No. 16.134 WOOD STREET, -pAns,
Rome.Courpan,y, and Wares 'Mist
losn bv•Fire e.telnalvely. 2.. • . .
LEONARDIA B L I TER, President.
0. O.BOYL .VlCePrealSent. •
ROBERT PA DE ,, Ireasurer.
HUGE NaLLKID•W' Secretary. •
IBIC I T0An:
Lesnardisratiee , • • Georrson,
O. O. Bovle. Geo. Evans,
Robert Patriot .' • " 'J. C.' . we,
Jacob Painter, z ,- J. ic.lPLemer, _
Josbib Ring,' • John Voegtlay,
Jas. iftfrioptias, A. Ammo!, .
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. , OF PHILADELPHIA,
oihozokas # 4a7ORECBII7 - 07 BT.,neir
Rtr u lls v r a gttaker. I s or id ersiff. Lotair '
Samnelllanuat, • beanlim6
tJacob IL boa Idwards ia
t( EMI' EL BAN "i loraTenti•
Ap . t p, a
L a gr„, e. y e i g , Presider. W
• J..GAM,DNEETHINI w e*
Nort : hjestert!ir Third andyrrdl34eeta.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
ESTABLISHED 1841Y3..CA511 DAPTI".AL PAID
UP. AND INVESTED 'PUEDE EXCEED
ING .41.000.Q00,0 GOLD..
1A ••• • • A. • • .
Insurance mama Warected on Houses and
Building's; Bowls, and , Merchandise,
Eteazahoais,Nolieles• leaned imableln gold
or carrency. United States Breach OEM
AO PINKS T A Slew York, •
AU losses ()flits United Btatet Branch will be
adlesteil laihraw Xilah‘ • : • •
- J , KIGIMajAIM43:I6II4I.
. • PITTSBURGH, PA.
Witte; Si toOleirirstasii: - •
ILL MaLAMBLIN tralw t far tLe Man.
haulm Lila Insurance ••• , ant. •
WESTERN INSURANCE C9lti:
PANT OP PITTSBURGH. • .
WM. r,ILICHBIC T. Seprelary.
, I DAP'HEORSFIC- o Atienerarilient.
,onine, 910 , Wate i r li stree t $ ituy ?k Clo.!o, IN are •
house, up stairs, tab . ( . • • ,
Will Mama against ell Linde of Tire. and Kr"
rine Risks. "'A home Institution, managed by Di-.
rector§ whom ei well known to the oonuniudty,
mad who erg determined by prinaganess and libet-
Allot „to, maintain thecharaoter whieh they have
ruliuM., as Warring the beet mamma' to ads,
who desire tope' : insrea44 l !!:.; ! ,
_, _ D ini:' " -' '
Alexander Niralekil- -,"- Joan R. McCune,
It. Killer, Jr., ~ , " Chas. .1".". Clarice. ' .
I, James HeAttiel.. .: 1 i. , ' .Wil Calm. !._
Alexanderlipeer. Joi e kp..... .
Andrew Aeouni.; : • ,-,, f , .
Darldli. Long, ' • As. . o It.
11101EOPLES 2 IBRIVRANCE CO •,, 1 ,
.". -•, INY
. .:..1 ._ . • , I ;-• • -
"T/94 X l .? l •',99W O qP i itirP frn•
*gage 9,lll,6intaidnellts mst , , t Km•M• 31,/ ,.
wa ' :
rbnu 1 DasciVA . zigutive . mds .
JO" W as h r4"
' ' tr uli Mmlcir:,
. ° l 9o l . Z i tilistv , : ja:0 1 11. Brush.
Wm_ .1. 1 1 1 a.---t. •
nu V t izi # ll. l . . , ' sam Jiau
.. • : ! 4 . ) -:. ; @nonfatal'
T O THE '
NA.NUFACtUREES, NEC CS,
And Business • Men Generally.:
PEALED PROPOSALS will- be recebleil until
the 15th day of June next, by the undersigned.
to employ, by hire, all the conitct labor of the
Tennessee State Penitentiary, ,
The Lessee is to take all the able bodied con •
clots now an hand, or who may hereafter come
into the prison during his term of lease,!, except
those needed by the State to keep up the estab
lishment. He shall also be authorised to occupy
and take charge of all the shops and workbous.s„
in said prison, to put Up such machinery as be ,
may desire, and shill bite the privilege of buy
ing, at, such pryees as maybeiturreed upon, all t h e
Machinery, - Tools, Fixtures and Materials on.
hand, both finished and unfinished.
Paid Lessee eball treat those hired with human..
tty and kindness, conforming to such rules, by
laws and regulations as may be established by the-
Directors, and work these not exceeding ten
hours eatb der. ,-Fer each Ostia :so employed.
She Lessee- shall pay into the:State •Trearrity the
price per day bid, said payment to be made quar
He shall also glee bond.'wtth - Anne:over:l securi
ty in the sum of 11`ty thousand ; dollars, payable
}to the State of Tennessee . ; 'for 'the faithfiri per-
Iformance of:the 'tintlertking;htteby imposed.
'bald lease to continue for font years, at the end of
which term anew proposal. fraMtaddtheatee shall
have preference for the next four years tptdvided
be shall. have faith:ally . 41sCharLo hisAbllga
thole to the settsfactirm of the Dh*ec tort: said
prefereace not tk# !;clads: propostsbEfroM-ptbers
manifestly mgrs cp.:incite to the lntereste of the
Mate. • - -
The workshops , are builf.in orrery substantial:
manner, *lth tiadicteht opacity for working dye
or six hundred hands; well lighted and ventila
ted; alp, conveniently, arranged. There Is one
sixtv , dve isorseVOwer , engine, caniable of run
ning all the machipery, .Tne.macninery has all
of the most modern improvements for the manu
facturing of - Cedar Ware, Military, Agricultural
Implements; Wagons, ac. There Is also a ma
chine shop, containing nine' hithet , and; twQ bolt
=chines, a blacksmith shop with' - nine forges,
cttvls machine, three - trip hammers and tools
complete; a foundry one hundred and, forty feet
long and forty-five feet 'Wide, • wits Basks for
making all kinds of bo.low ware, plow, corn
shelters; etc: also patterns for stove' and - otner
ea Bogs. Also, one winding used' for manufae-
Lorin' bagging, containing fifteen .locans. with
all the necessary machinery for spinning, etc.
There Is also a stone shop, - paint shop as drP
Toe prison buildings' are beauilitillY I Yeateir
Just outsize of the corporation 01-bfashville. add
within one quarter of a mile of two railroad de
pots and one mil, of the steamboat landing.
There are now about soar hundred and Why con
victs in tae prison, moat of whom , have served
some years and are skilled mechanics In their re
spective branches of businEs. the prisonas un
der a Board of Directors, and a Warden, Whose
euty it Is to provide for the Wants of thei yiktivicts
and to see that strict discipline is maintained.
Proposals may be addressed to tomundersigned
or Elecretary of state, within case they shouldbe
Indorsed "Proposals for 'learning the Treasee
t - 4(m
Peniten." „ ,; 7
Any further information desired rail he flu
mailed by addressing tam DirectorsiriPenl
tentlary,Nashville. WM. BHA
• • 7 Ait..8:31.17 ram: -
BunjhltON - Ihrectoria..
RAILIIIOAD LETTIENGV:°• I ":
St. Lmtb;'hmdalitta.Terrp Hattteß.ll
Proposals will boxeCeiretEfintillli•rs'efifitik
MAY Bth, addressed. ° to, hicEZEN t SMITH &
Co., Chief Contractors;
. Terre' lilatt*lndlana ,
for the last ilityseverV(B7) :trilletfof thli road.
The work is of the most desirabischaracter,eom
prising both very heavy and
~also light work.
PAYMENTS, MOISTEILY;"IN OABH='" Profiles CS&
be seen at the" office In'Tere Hante, after April
Tzaas H►vxs.AprlllB, 1889. an2.1:h89
OPOSALS will lie received
until MAY the '4ith for Painting slid 11`ftt co
me City Ha 1. Alpo-for. exteoding,theA'allerT•
For plans and Specifications; eallon'the l tiwp g rin=
ten dent of Markets.
The Committee reserve the right to. relebt any
or all bids.---..
Pittsburgh, April Z,1909. - Supt. Maria3ts
ap28;121 • • .
1 . L. Duzulliz?/.7- -,•••••••:—. 4 P 7l . l = sB cor.
DILLINGER & STEVENSON,
DISTILLERS AND DEALERS IN
Pure Rye WhiAies,
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, &C.,
No. 87 Second Avenue,
Jla fir BELT, 181 g.
.N0. : 271 Liberty,Streetii
(Dneicmy oil.. Rums iicorii;)
415 prx•rstsi:mwim[ 4 , A.
K. EITZTALk • J. A., WINILLN.
MM STEELE &
AND DRUMS ix
.18TX.01713. 41311A.Mi NIEE=Di
No. 93 OHIO 13T8E81 4 . near East Comm,
' ALM/GHENT • PA*
PITICB EEL ZAB. 31118A1// e
KEEL & HITCHAHT, 1, '
-'AND muses re; . • • ,
molm, szEms, •ZELL' IFECD, Le..
849 "Albert/ 111‘,IPIttsbningh;
La. IBLA.NCILUIDi ''"
Wholesale , Rad Moll eFeetaik
•LITTLE, BAIRD it' PATTON,
Dealers trrodnee, ourr illia
FUN Alarbon Ligeta, h rjr
Cotton Yarns and
gr ut e l l aal ,a4nl ;1417W0ZD: 6 :1 3 “Ins.
a. ..ta 4: •
.t Mi si t u angr o g it a i f
JOHN L HOII81.:HOW...;• H. OHM
u :;getsiing so JOHN i 3 MOM= MiCKL. Whole
,saia Grocers. and Complulon Merchants, Cor.
to parser & ariptlropSwP3PPNON
lON 111)1BUILIeNtI,' No: •No '*arket
WOVIITELOTIP I .
A choice assortment ot Game Patekot the above
Celebrated brand; Jnig*etied` aid %it
the dosen or etreian. bY , . , • ".
- • .2 . 121 9. 'Ae;BZWEiHAW, -
Corner Liberty and Ninthitreeta.
• I P 4 --
"ittitOns' Tit 1%604'
*Olt SALE Br •PgreetrikiggafTWEDrail.
$, , • •- t.
thatthield Bois Nan "
i s Mils Qeasas sad erarfl.
i i ! F , 4 1; .0,201 ,4 M - 07.•
tAkKi3k . ' , 4 2 . s 4Vc ie
RI El E.