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OPTICE or PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, t
SATURDAY, May 8, 1869. - S
GENERAL REVIEW—The oil mar
ket has been somewhat excited and very
sensitive during the past two or three
days, consequent upon the character of
advises from above in regard to produc
tion and stocks, but thus far the only
effect visible here, is a very determined
resolution on the part of buyers to hold
off until they buy at a decline. • On the
other hand Belle's do not seem as urgent
about selling as was generally supposed
they would, under existing circumstan
ces, and as yet the decline has been very
slight, not exceeding a quarter of a cent,
and at the r;luction the offerings are by
no means h vy. Refined for May, IS
steady and prices are fully sustaine d
while the late months are weak and
lower; the advance in gold doubtless did
much towards sustaining May:
CRUDE—There was but a single sale
reported to-day, 2,400 bbls (40®45) on
spot at 1435. Forty to forty-six gravity,
in the absence of sales, may be fairly
"quoted at 14®141i. Buybra generally
were only offering 14 for the last named
gravity, but we are cognizant of one
offer to buy a thousand- bbis at 14X.
REFINED—SaIe of 500 bbls last half
June at 33y0 and 500, subsequently, at
33. May, as already intimated, is hold
ing its own, y, for first half, and 323 5 ®
32X for last i half. Late months lower;
offers to sell May to September, at 34@
334; and July to September at 3435.
We are in hopes that the market will
soon get in shape to admit of a resump
tion of business in earnest,
Receipts of Crude this week, 4,975; last
week, 6,209; from January Ist to date,
233,455; same time last year,380,929.
Exports Relined this week, 8,308; last
week; 9,768; from .lanuary Ist to date,
119,877; same time last year; 112,614
Sales this week, 29,500; last week, 58;500
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil 40c
• Eclipse Railroad Axle 35c
Eclipse Machinery . 75c
Eclipse Spindle ... 80c
OIL SHIPPED NAST BY A. V. B. B. -
Lockfiart, Frew it Co. 485 bbls refined
to Warden, Frew & Co.
Standard Oil Co. 373 bbla refined to
Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
J: C. Kirkpatrick& Co. 204 bbla refined
Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.
Fawcett, L et S. 196 bbla refined to W.
P. Lggan & Bro.
H. IV. C. l Tweddle 50 bbla tar , to Lyles
Polt & Co., New York.
Total shipments Refined 1258
OIL SHIPPED • EAST FBOX DUQUESU
Hutchinson Oil Ref. C0.,209 bbls ref.
to Warden. Frew ih Co.. Phlladephia.
Total Sliipmenta n.c4lne4L
Markets by Telegraph.
NEw Tom', May B.—Cotton firm; sales
2,200 bales at 28%c for Middling 'Uplands :
Flour—receipts were 6,725 bbls; less,
active, without; decided change, closing
heavy and a shade easier for low grades;
sales 6,800 bbls at 15,7006 for superfine,
State and western; 16,1006,45 for extra
State; 16,1007 for extra western; 17013
for white wheat extra; 16,2507,50 for R.
H. 0.; 1708,50 for extra St. Louis; 190
12 for good choice do. Rye Flour firm;
sales 270 bbls at 14,7506,&5. Cornmeal
quiet. Whisky quiet and heavy at 970
980 for western free. Wheat—receipts
were 9,220 bush; dull, heavy and declin
ing; sales 24,000 bush at 11,4501,4635 for
No. 2 spring , in store and delivered; 11,49
01,5234 for No. 1 do. in store and deliv
ered; 'LAO for winter red Illinois.
Corn opened dull and closed heavy and
102 c lower, sales of 39,000 boa at 890
91c for new mixed western, 880 We for
old do in store;
and 89091 c for do afloat;
closing at in Inside quotations; nearly all
the sales were, old corn. Receipts oats,
6,200 bus; firm; sales of 26,000 bus at
about 87c for western In store, andBB34o
90c for do afloat. =Rice dull at 8%09c for
Carolina. Coffee quiet and firm. Sugar
quiet, sales. of 280 hhds Cuba at 11300
12%c. Molasses dull. Hops quiet at 60
12c for American. Petroleum dull at
17%0180 for crude. Coal quiet. Woo/
a little more - active; sales of 240,000 lbs
at 46340540 for domestic fleece, 320330
for unwashed, and 23050 c for pulled.
Leathery hemlock sole rather better re
quest at previous prices. Linseed oil
steady at 11,03. Spirits turpentine quiet
at 451047 c. City alcohol, 11,8501,90;
no western here. Pork fi rm; sales of 700
bbls at 131,10031,25 for new mese, $3l foi
old do, \ 125,75026 for prime, 128,25
1028,50 for prime mess, also 250 bbls new
mess, buyer June, at 131,50. Beef
steady with sales of 160 bbls at 8016 c for
new plain mesa; 120180 for, lie* extra
mess. Tierce be ef dull; sales of 50 tierces
at 120026 for prime new mess; $25,80 for.
India mess. Beef Hama steady, sales of
225 bbls at 26032 c. Cut Meats steady;
sales of 480 packages at 123.1013 c, for ,
shoulders; 140016 c for hams. Middles
nominal; sales of 100 boxes short ribbed
at 16c. Lard quiet and steady; sales of
650 tierce's a$ 14%018%c for steam; 18%0
483;o for kettle rendered,'altio 250 tierces
steam, seller July, at 17 Tic. Butter firm at
20043 c for Ohio; 20045 c for state. Cheese
firrii at 104022c.' Freights. to Liverpool
are firmer, with engagements of 25,000
buahs Wheat at 3d, afterwards 334 d :was
offered- and 4d •asked. Metals; Sheath
ing Copper - firm; Ingot Copper firm at
28,41024,;p:f0r Lake Superior, and 240 for
Baltimore. Pig Iron firm at 141045 for
Scotch , and s39@4?' for
Bar steady and in demand at 185490 for
relined English and Anierican. Sheet
Iron quiet at 11 1 X01831 In gold for Bos
nia. Nails. are very quiet at 4 3 / 4 07c for
cut; 6%0610, for clinched; -260300 for
horse - shoe.. • `r•
Lizteltiour. closed dull and 4 50
10c lower common grades. Wheat
digl; heavir and 102 e lower.. Bye quiet
and firM at. 11,33 in •store for western.
Oats qulYt and firm at 86W0870 fbr wee- tern. in store. Corn lower ,and dull at
880900 for new mixed western, and 88@
90340 forold. mixed western in store and
afloat. Pork dull at gal®3l,lo , .fot nevi
mess, cash and regular. Beef steady and
unchanged. Cut meats steady th a
moderatebeenin d. Bacon gale and
steady.. Lard steady at 18a for rime
steam re n dered .' Eggs dull at '19(4200.,
puicecio, May B.—Eastern Exchange
in` good demand at par buying- and 1.10
premium selling. lourF quiet and firmer
at 1506,10 for spring extras. =, Wheat
firm and 1%1340 higher; sales No 1 at
11, - 1801,20ago: z. 2 11443%01,16%, closing
at $144%01,16; sales this afternoon at
11,12%. Corniquiet and 101 1 / 4 43 lower;
sales Igo. at 60%,0613, No. 24st 570
58)0, 1 rejected. 66056 c, new 5635®57e,
and no grade 46047c,c1051ng - With salient
at, 130}ity. for -= No. 1, and' 560 - forNo: 2i.
nothing doing this afternoon.' Oatp Mod
erately active and .30) higher; sales No.
S at • 6134062)40,' closing at 62(b623.0.
Rye quiet and 35ct ,hlglier; sales No. I at
'unchanged. Barley o= at 11,7001,75
feebly:2. :New Orleans Molseses 110
1.05. Sugar 1401530 for common to
o l :oloo.:Niglawines quiet with buyers, at
90340; and Sellers at 916. Metes Pork tirni
at 1131. Lard 17y 4 ®17, 2 0: -Reoeipts for
'the past twenty-four hotits-:9;212 bbht
flonr._sB•96l_. hush wheat. 105,867 bush
torn, 060, haft oida w 785 built rye; 800
bust barley. 13hipmititti-7,005 bias
flour, 41;242 bush wheat, 79,20 bush
corn, 23,148 bush oats, 1,004 bush rye,
1,578 bush barley. Freights steady and
Calcsao, May B.—ln the afternoon the
grain markets were dull and prices,nom
inally the same as at close of 'Change.
No. 2 wheat sold at $1,12K@1,13, seller
month, and $1,143% cash. Cot% and eats
lifeless. Provisions dull but firm. In the
evening. Wheat at $1,13, seller month.
Lake freights steady, be for wheat to
CINCINNATI, May B.—Flour in fair de
mand and the market flrm; sales ' of
family at $6(4)6,25. Wheat unchanged;
No. 2 $1,30, and No. 1 $1,40, the best
being held 2@3c 'higher. Corn quiet
and firm at 65c. Oats steady at 68@72c.
Cotton steady; sales middling at 27@
2730. Whiskey very firm at 93c; not
much offered. Provisions quiet. Mesa
Pork-f3l. Bulk meats 12@1434e. Bacon
13h1@)1614(1)17c. Sugar cured hams 1834
(4)19c. Lard is held at 18e, but nothing
done in any article calling for special
mention. The advance in gold strength
ens the views of holdeta, but has not, in
creased the demand, which remains very
light. Butter ntichangedi, receipts of
fresh made are still light. but other
grades almost unsaleable. Fggs firm at
16c. Linseed oil 11,04. Lard oil $1,45©
1,50. Petroletim steady at 326 for refined.
Groceries unchanged. Gold, 13734 buy
ing. Money market easy.
ST.:Lonis, May B.—Tobacco quiet and
unchanged. Cotton and Hemp unchan
ged and very little doing. I. Flour dull
at 14€15 for super; 14,75(4)5,75 for extra.
Wheat very dull and buyers are asking
concessions: prime to, low choice red fall
quoted at $1,50(4)1,70; choice to fancy. $l,BO
®1,93; spring in sacks sells at $1,13401,16,
and a lot in the elevator brbught $1,12.
Corn active with an upward tendency;
sales of white in elevator at 580 in sacks;
64e,68c for mixed ,to white, and 720 for
fancy. Oats in demand and higher at 65
@7oc. Barley dull, with sales at $1,70@
1,80. Rye nominal at $1,24®1,25. Whisky
better at 90c, held at 91c. Groceries quiet
and unchanged. Provisions dull and
unchanged. Pork jobbing at $31©31,50.
Bacon unchanged; ahoulde sold on or
ders at" l 3c; clear sides 17c;7
could be had at agc lower. Lard nomi
BUFFALO, May 8.-A large fleet of ves
sels arriving. Receipts: floor 9,300
bbls, wheat 140,000 buts, corn 94,000 bus,
oats 43,000 bus. Shipments: wheat 14,000
bus, corn 28,000 bus. Freights: wheat.
14c, corn 120, oats Bc, to. New York.
Flour—good demand for spring; sales of
1,000 bbls No. 2 city ground at 16. Wheat
opened firm and closed dull; sales of 5
boat loads N0..2 Milwaukee and Chicago
at $1,25, and 20,000 bus No. 2 Chicago to
arrive at 11,24%. Corn quiet; sales of
16,000 bus new at 6334 c, 8,000 bus old at
65c, 21,000 bus in lots nominal at 63c,
7,000 bus in lota new at 64e, and white
and No. 1 certificate offered at 70c. Oats
dull, retail trade at 74c, held at 75c on
spot, and asking 730 to arrive. •Barley
nominal. Rye neglected. , Seeds dell
and unchanged. Pork, In Lard; 19'c.
Highwisms dull; sales of 50 bbls at 96c.
LOITISvILLE, May B.—Cotton Market
quiet; low middlings 2534 c. Bagging is
quiet and unchanged; two pound; 22c...
Flour in fair demand; superfine, 15,24.
Corn is quiet at 65@080. Oats steady at
88®70c. Wheat is quiet at 11,50®1,55
for red. Bran is steady at 75c. Cement
is firm at 81,25. Sugar; New Orleans.
1434®14%c: fully fair to prime hard
standard at 17c. 'Molasses; 800 for prime
New Orleans. Coffee; 20@)250 for fair to
prime Rio. Hay, 122,50. Loaf Tobacco;
sales of 114 hogsheads offered; prices are
firmer. Potatoes are dull at 11,25.
Whisky is firm at 93@95c. Provisions—
Mess Pork, 531,25. .Bacon; shoulders,
133ic, clear rib sides, liiNct, clear sides,
173*c, and hams, 17M@l9c. Bulk meats;.
shoulders, 1214 c, clear rib sides, 15.ic,
and clear sides at 18%'c, all packed.
Lard; 180 in tierces, andl.93ic in kegs.
NEw Onvratts. May 8.-Cotton stiffer;
middlings 28%®28%c per pound; sales,
2,400 bales; receipts, 1,373 bales; exports,
8,473 bales. Gold 38; sterlinc 150%1New
York sight % per cent premium. Flour;
superfine $5,60; double extra $5,87; treble
extra $6,25. Corn ; white 77©78c.- Oats;
750. Bran $1,25. Hay ; prime W ®3oc.
Mess pork nominal at $32 60 per barrel.
Bacon ; jobbing at 1334 ; 1735 ®l7 4 for
shoulders and clear sides. Lard quiet
at 1834®19c per tierce; 1934©20 per keg.
Sugar cane 9%,©93;0. per lb; prime
12% ®12,./,. Molasses dull ; fermenting:
40©5Gto. Whisky ; western rectified
17%00. Coffee f fair 153, , ,c ; prime
TOLEDO, May 8.-Flour dull. Wheat a
shade better; amber, 11,44%, on spot;
$1,45 buyers. June ; $1,45 sellers
May ; white Michigan $1,45, sellers
May; No. 1 red at 11,44. Corn a shade
lower; No. 1, 87, spot; 64, sellers, June:
No. 2at 6234. Oats lo lower, at 68. I Rye
steady. Barley dull. Receipts: 3,100
barrels Flour, 5,200 busheld wheat, 460
bushels corn, 7,200 bushels oats. hip
ments; 15,000 barrels flour, 6,200 buihels
wheat, 21,000 bushels corn, 6,300 budhels
Mthw.suazz, May 8.-Flour quill but
firm; choice Wisconsin and lowa at 155,37
1 6,00. Wheat unsettled; $1,17% for No.
141234 for No. 2; Oats unchanged.
Corn quiet and unchanged. Rye Com
!nal: Barley quiet and steady ;line,
$1,80®1,85. Grain freights quiet, at do to
Buffalo, lic to . Oswego. Receipts, 1,000
bbls. flour, 45,000 bn. wheat, 3, bu.
oats. Shipments, L 3,000 bbls. flour, 1,000
bu. wheat. .
Patrid.DELPlita, May 8.-Flour e °es
slvely dull and drooping; Northweitern
extra family $6,50©7,25. Wheat I dull
and declined Sc; sales 3.0001 m red at $1,60
©1,05; amber 11,75©1,80; 10,000 bu Tole
do No. 2at 8175. Rye steady at $1,45.
Corn more active; sales 30,000 bu yellow
and unchanged; high mixed 85®88c.
Oats steady at 82@83c for western:, Pe
troleum and provisions unchanged.
Whisky 9545970. • ' . 1
BAMTIMORA May 8.-Flour dull and
unchanged. Wheat - inactive; receipts
were small; sales valley red at 52,10. Corn
dull; prime white sold at 83(48543; yellow
at 87®890. Oats dull at 76®780 for heavy
and 73@75c for light. Rye nominally at
$1,40®1,45. Mess• Pork quiet at $31,75.
Bacon quiet; rib-sides, 163;0; clear des,
1735 c; shoulders.•lo4o. Hams, 19 Oct.
'Lard firm at. 19©1034c. Whisky fir and
scarce at 06 A 970.
CLEvELAND, May 8.-Flour st ady.
Wheat 1 red winter, held at. 50 ;
No. 2 do.,at $1,20441,32. Corn, 2 cars No.
1, at 71c ;
8 cars No: 2, at 680. Oats ; sale
of one car st 70. Petroleum market
quiet • and - unchanged; refined held
at 30©31 in ota lots for standard
white; trade lots 1182(48o advance.
iiinsgruis, May 8.-Cotton quiet and firm;
low- middling 26340. Remipts, 232 bales.
Exports, 464.1ia1e5. Elimr .dull ;, super
fine:RC $5,00@5,50. Corn et 75c.Oats at
750. Hay,. $28,00. 'Pork,. 1121i50. Lard,
18@10340. . Bacon firm; shoulders, 13350;
sides, 17%e. : Bulk meats dull; shoul
ders, 12350; sides, 1634 c. • . ,
SAN FRANI:WOO ) MilVi 8.-sviour steady
at 15,17®5,24 for Oregon • extra' j4,558®
4.62)v Wheat-sales 20,000 sacks at 11,05
®1,60. Legal tenders 75. • ' ' ' -
SAN Fnaitotsco, May 8.-Flenr steady
at 55,17®5,25 for Oregon extra; :$4,55@
4,62% for wheat. Sales, 20,000 sacks, at
11,84®1,50; legal tenders at 75.. ' 7 -
DrroOrr, May &—Wheat guletf No. l'
white $1,60, and Nd.. 2 do. 11,X, Corti ,
steady at 65% Oats Acid Ai Os.
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~ :PITTSBUEGIL,GAZEM:: „_ -MONDAY. ,-MAY.,,10,,z1.:
Live Stock Markets.
Cateseo, May B—Cattle3farket.—Hogs
active and firm at $8,25(§8,60 for com
mon to fair, and $8,95@9,35 for good to
choice;.,receipts 2,278 head; shipments
3,565 head. Cattle dull at $5(4)6 for butch
ers', and $6,25@7,25 'for light to good
CrIceIICNATI, May B—Cattle Market.—
Beef cattle in. fair demand but quiet at
$4,50(D7,50 per eental gross for common
to extra. Sheen firm at $3,50@6,50 per
eental gross. Hogs dull at $7,50(0,56 per
Sr. Loris, May B.—Cattle and Hogs
quiet and unchanged.
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WATHE a CHI
oeGo RAILROAD. May 7.-19 carametal,
Nimick & Co; 7 do do, Bryan dc Caughey
2do do, Lloyd dt Black; Bdo do, J W
Porter, 2 do, Superior Mills; 4 do do,
Union Mills; 1 do do, Everson, Preston &
Co; 300 bbls flour, Shomaker & Langen
heirh; 300 do do, 1 car rye) ; \ Onlp et SheP
ard4 50 bbla, Bichwines, W!. Miller &, Co;
v i i
. bls tallow, Sellers & Co; 1,300 do flour
o era; 400 sks do, Watt, L & Co; 10
Cali lard,- J Porterfield; .100 do do, H
McClure; 100 do do, Meanor di Harper; 2
cars corn, Hitchcock, McCroery & - Co; 11
cars hay, Bricker dr Co; 29 bge barley, W
J Meek; 1 cat potatoes, Voigq Mahood &
Co; 1 do do. C Norton; 150 bgs oats, F G
Craighead; 23 aks rags, Godfrey dc Clark;
13 has cheese, N J Braden; 461 sks rags,
Frazier k Metzgar; 9 tubs butter, Wood.
worth & Davison; 17 bxs cheese; Watson
& Co; 2 bbls eggs 1 bx butter, J Wilson &
Son; 10 bxs cheese, E Heazleton; 27 aka
rags, Pitts Paper Co; 3 bbls eggs, Meanor
& Harper; 1 car staves, M P Adams &
PITTSBURGH CTICCLN. - NATI AND ST.
LOUIS RAILROAD. May 8.-177 aks oats,
9do rye, Bingham Lic L;. 2 i bbls eggs.
Volgt, Mahood Jr Co; 34 sks oats, F S
Childs; 22 do potatoes, J Foley; 3 cars
staves, W Hastings;- 1 do do C Albright;
1:do corn and oats J B Canfield; b do do, 5
do rye, J W Simpson; 1 do rye, H Wal
lace; 24 bbla whisky, W S Head; 36 butts
tobacco . , W L Jones; 3 hhds 'do, Wdt D
Rinehart; 4 his, 8 cads do, 11cGinniss Jt
Co: 10 cases do, Schmidt dt.l2 cads do,
J H Lippincott; 20 do do, C C Baer; 24 do
do, C D Arnsthal; 12 htids bacon, 3do
shouldets, J H Parker; 25 tcs hams, W B
Hays ds Son; 5 bbla lard oil, E Hazleton;
3 his drugs, R E Sellers Jr CO; Ido do,
McClarran McK; sdo do. L P Rosen
ALtatoßE.trY STATION, May 8.-1 car
staves, J M Hemphill; 70 bbla, 232 sks
flour, S C McMasters; 30 bbls apples,
Owens at Rennedy;• 2 cars , hay, P Y
Brown; 2 ears wheat, W McKee it Co;
40 mks oats, J Cunningham; 2 cars lime,
O C Lamb & Co; ;5 bbls eggs, W Moore; 1
car oats, J B McKee; 12 bbls cider, J
Hahn; 30 bbls lime, T F Grubbs; 2 eke
cheese, J Baldinger; Ido do;
65 bga flaxseed, 84 dO rye, MI3 Suydam.
_ ARID Prrrssuaan RAIL
ROAD May 8.-1 car wheat, ' Liggett it
Co, Bdo blooms, Nlmiok & Co; 10 bzs
tobacco, E Hazelton; 8 cars b ooms, Jno
Moorhead; 1 car potatoes, Vol t, M it Co;
1 do do, Brnggeman de 0; 1 o do, A A
Waters; 1 do do, Day & Co; 30 bbls lime,
S Davidson; 1 car oats, J B . W Fairley; - 9
sks rags, Christy & B; 96 bdls chairs,
Bedford Chair Co; 4 bbls apples, Dnff &
Son; 20 sks rags,-Godfrey & Clark; 1 car
shingles, G F Robinson; 50 bbls lime, W
W Wallace. •
AMMO:OMNI° vermat , RAILROAD,
1 car metal. Union Mills; 2do do Lyon,
Shbrb & Co; Ido do, H. Woodsides; 20
bgs potatoes, 9do rye, Keil & Ritchart:
640 bbls oil. Fisher & Bro; 2 cars lime, D
L Reynolds: 23 bgs oats, 12 do rye, Culp
& Shepard; 22 do oats, B Bishop; 4 cai
die tobacco, P H M'Kenna; 1 cask bacon,
E Hazelton; 10 cars railroad iron, P, C &,
St P. R Co; 2do do, AVR R Co.
BOTEP CLOTIILNG.The lar
gest and most complete atOck'or
Boys'; Youths . and Cbildien's Clothing,
For the present!aeoaon, 115 to be l'oand at
GRAY dr. LOGAN'S,
&pia •47 SIXTH STREET. (late St. Clair.)
No. 10 Sixth (Late St. Clair) Street.
(inceessorii to W. ' ll. Meal= & C 0.,)
Have Just received their careftilly selected stock
of Spring and Summer Goods—and Will be glad
to show or sell them 10 old and new codomers.
The Cutting Department will still be superin
tended by Dr. C. A. MiIIEILANBRING.
Italie pleasure In recommending the above erm
to the liberal support of the public.
mhll2lBl Wr H. MeGEB.
No. 53 Smithfield Street,Pittsburgh.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
♦ splendid new stock of
CLOTHSI CASSIMKRES, &Cot
Jcuit melTed.b7 BEIfUTTEE.
sell: : Merchant Tailor. 13 Smithfield street.
DOLLAR, SAVINGS BANK.
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Deposits received of all eases of 'not less than
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the rate of stst per cent. A year.
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same int erect fromthe Ist days of June and
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less than twelve years. . •
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agensTART—.IAM.SS B. D. ILICIDB.. i t •
iouriFITE, LIMBIL-400 =-barrels
• - 4. s. comma).
.16, lamb b 1
Tee river was about at a stand yester
day with eight feet' in the channel by
the Monongahela marks last evening.
Weather cloudy and warm; at noon the
mercury had risen to 70, There has
been no departures since the date of our
last report, aside from the regular pack
The Emma No. 3 arrived from New
Orleans, and the Camelia from Nashville
will probably be found in port this morn
The Messenger, Capt. Jesse Dean, is
filling up steadily for St. Louis and the
Upper Mississippi, and will be the first
The new, steamer Metamoras No; 2,
Capt. R. Dalzell, announced to depart
for New Orleans, on or about the 20th.
The R. C. Grey left Cincinnati for
Pittsburgh on Friday. Pilots—J.•Shouse
and W. H. Dorsey.
I —We clip the foilowing from the Cin
cinnati Commercial of Saturday: There
is a "dead beat" visiting the steamers at
the levee, who gives his name as Ken
dall. He claims to be connected with a
Sunday paper it this city. Yesterday,
he forged an introductory letter to the
steamer R. C. Gray, in the hope of pass
ing another "dead beat" to Pittsburgh.
He failed' in the latter attempt, how
—The Nightingale was offered for sale
at auction, on Thursday. Bidders were
not very anxious, as only 14,050 were
offered, which not being satisfactory,
she was withdrawn.
—The Nick Longworth had a narrow
escape from destruotion during the
storm Tuesday night. Seven staterooms
on the larboard side • aft were riddled.
and part • of the hurricane roof blown.
off. She tqok fire in the cabin barber
shop from broken coal oil lamps, but by
exertions of the officers and crew the fire
was extinguished and the boat saved.
The damage was about T 1,400.
—The transfer of ownership of the
Charleston, from Capt. Murdock to Capt.
Caffrey, was completed just a day or two
before the boat sunk at Cabin Creek
shoals, in the Kanawha, as reported a
few days ago by telegraph. While the
boat was coming down,. through, the
chute of the shoals, Sunday morning,
she was driven by stress of wind out of
the channel and stuck fast on the wall of
the chute. lihe was sparred off, and
swung round across the channel, and
was carried, by the high wind.prevailing
broadside on the rocks at the foot of the
chute, tearing out, it is supposed, half
her b ottom as she went down in about
five minutes. Capt. Caffrey, who was at
the wheel, succeded in running her on
a bar below before she sunk. The river
was rising rapidly, and as the boat is
lying across the river, there was some
danger of her cabin being carried away.
Her to*,was lying below the shoals.
• h .~'Aiw~•._u.
J. X. CIAXIIKL,D,
—The Kate Putnam, Pittsburgh to St.
Louis, passed Evansville on Thursday,
with all the freight she wanted. She gdt
20 passengers there., "
—The Lorena and Glasgow passed
Evansville on Thursday.
-1-The funeral of the? late Geo. Elm
late clerk of the G A Thompson, was to
have taken place at Cincinnati on Friday.
—An interesting decision in reference
to the bar privilege on steamboats, was
.rendered by Judge Taft of Cincinnati on
Thursday. The insurance companies re
fused to pay their insurance on the Ama
ranth because the,y claimed that the poli
cies were forfeited by a further insurance
on the bar privilege. The Court held
that this was not such a further insu
rance as would make void the policies
on the boat.
---A late St. Lords exchange says: The
W. H. Brown, Tom Rees, Liberty ) and
Grand Lake are all detained here alt.
ing for iron ore, which is reportedas
coming into the "pile" very slowly, and
in quantities not adequate to supply the
demand; there are at present seven
steamers willing and waiting to load
with mineral, and there is not enough
ore at Carondelet to. fill up more than one
The. St. Marys, in attempting to make
a landing at Cincinnati on Friday morn
ing, was caught by the current and car
ried broadside under the bridge, knock
ing both chimneys down. One of the
falling chimneys knocked down one of
the scape-pipes, and steam escaped into
the cabin pretty freely; causing ,consid
erable commotion among the passengers.
In consequence of the accident she was
not expkted to leave Cincinnati until
noon Saturday, so that she will likely be
behind time reaching here.
ftiVer and Weather.
Br Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
Louxscuam, May B.—The river is ris
ing steadily, with eleven feet in the Ca
nal. Weather pleasant.
W. De CAMP,
G. • _
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Chloe, No. 137 FOURTH AVENUE, Pitts.
burgh, (formerly occupied by Hon. Walter H..
Lowrie,) will practice in the U. S. Circuit and
District Courts, in the State Supreme and all the
Courts of Allegheny county, and make colt ec•
tlontl In moat of the adjacent counties. ja29:d7.8
WM. H. PEEPER,
ALDERMAN Mtn IES•OFFICIO J C 31103 OP
TIM PEAOS. •
OFFICE, 8811FTS AVENUE.
_given "to 'conveyancing and
collections. Deeds. Bonds and Mortgages draws
up, and 411 legal business attended to promptly,
and scearatel . - ,
SA NiaiL IicRIA§TMN,
Jnsttce of the Peace and Police Mag.
tzate. Mice, GRANT STREET, opposite the
Cathedral A PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions, and all - Legal Business executed
with promptness and dispatch. tohlB
JOHN A. STRAIN,..
KX-0111010 SIISTICE OF THE IMAM AND
POLICN kI&ONSTRATE. , •
Ogies,ll.4B FIFTH STREET, opposite the Ca
thedral,' Pittsburgh, Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mort
'oleos, Acknowledgment', Depositions and all
Legs Business executed with promptness and
dispatob. • ~
Amni A oN, . ,
• justice of the Peace,
CONVEYANCER, REAL MATE AID INSU
• RANCE AOH I II. • •
CARSON STREET, EAST BERNIROHAN.
! • •
te c u ic a d e lso t tg..on of Rents solicited and pro:At:ll6r
4 011 N W. RLDDELL,
°glee, U 6 ll*amend Street,
• (opposite 'the Court House, )
. . ,
A RCHLUCIALID. SLUMMY,
. . .; • I , Yr , : - •
NEW ODLEADA AND TEXAN.
OE NEW ORLEANS,
Aa s tt
EkALVESTONt BROWNS -
VILLE. Texas—The new and staunch-built
MATAMORAS.No.9... Capt.s. DAL ZEL
Wifl leave as above oiTHURSDAY, tLe 510th
lest. . ;
For freight or passage anply on 'board or to
mys fLAOE & COLLINEMOOIL Agents.
FOR ST . LOUIS, GA•agig i e
LEN A., DUBUQUE AND ST.
PAL.—The One passenger steamer
MESSENGER Capt J.BSSE DEAN.
Will leave tor, the above ports on TUESDAY,
May 1 I CI, at. 4
For treignt or rassaire apply on board. or to
FLACK a COLLINOWOOD.
Zit CAIRO,ST.LOUItr i giEt
ND ST.l*l.lL—The a teatne
No. 3 Capt. Jas. MARATTA.
Will leave aaabove on WEDNESDAY, the 13th
For freight orpasraf(P apply on board or to -
d FI, AII ts. .t. Ct.d.I.ANGWOOD, Agent,.
aapirgia 1869, agrig
NORTHERN. LINE PACKETS,
Louis to Keokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE FORTS.
One of the splendid Sidewheel Steamers of this
Lind will leave St. Louis da ly for Keokok,Daven
pert, Dubuque, Winona, Stillwater and St. Paul.
TZough receipts for Freight and Passengers
will be given to all points oh.the Upper Missis-
Hiss pi on steamers running from this port and
connecting with the Northern Line Packets at
St, Louis, thus enabling Consignees to get their
Freight through without delay and at lowest
rate'. Apply to JOHN FLACK,
J. D. COLLIN GWOOO,
. H. C. GRAY.
Agents, or to
m ‘M:g23 - 91 Water stzeet.
116ITTSIBURGH,sair e t
WHEELING AND PAR
KERSBURG LlNE.—Leave Cottinsnv , s Wharf
seat. toot of Wow Street, daily at,L% it., WED
NESDAYI3 and SATURDAYS,
GRAY mAGLif. G. L. BRENNAN, Muter.
Freight will be received at all hours by
FLACK & COLLINGWOOD,
AND C NCINNAII
Leaves Pittsburgh E.VICILY TiTESD 151
Leaves Cincinnati EVERY FRIDAY-4 P. M.
The swift and superb Mewl:mei Steamer ST.
MARYS, T. C. SWEENEY. Commander, will
leave as announced above.
For Fieight or Passage apply onboard, or to
' . FLACK & COLLINGWOOD, or •
, COLLINo & BARNES, .Agents.
N. B.—No Frelgtit received on Tuesday alter
It A. M.'
TO LIVERPOOL AND
THE INMAN MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
Numibering .s.ixteen iirat-olawi 'ruses, among
CITY OPIUM* CITY OP ANTWEPP, _
CITY OP BOSTO_N, CITY OP BALTIMO RE , OP LONDON,
Sailing EVERY SATURDAY, .from Pier 43,
North River, New York. Tor nassage or further
WILLiAhI BDIGHAN, an
TO PITTH STAMM (Chronicle Bungling.
w trio ormosite Post ()elm.. Pittabinvb
1~ ' I • y Up
J. L. .............A. A. STZVIREOIti
DI WAVER • & STEVENSON,
DISTILLERS AND DEALERS IN
Piire Rye Whiskies.
' IMPORTERS - OP
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, &C.,
NP. 87 Secpnd Avenue,
ap2o. PITTSBURGH, PA.
. E s ETA BLIS P ED . BY A. & T
W. 11.. GIORKLY,
No. 271 Liberty Street,
WIBICTLT On. EAGLE Hama
J. A. 1371J1L111
M e STEELE & SON,
VIACOM. Gina.M. VEXED. ate.
.140. 91 OHIO OTHEZI, near East Oopullot4
' . ALLEGHENY CITY. PA.
Prriit Ellll JAB. P. ILICILLET.
K EIL & 1111PCIIART I
P/.01711 4 GRAIN, SLEDS, MILL FEED, &c..
$49 Liberty NS.. Pittsburgh,
m :b37 •
• No. S PENN STREET.
Wholesale Orocers, Cormnisslon Merchants
an Dealers in Produce, Flour, Bacon, Chasse,
Fish, Carbon and Lard 0 11 , Iron, Nairn,
Cotton Yarne and a ll PUtsburgh Mann stares
generally, 118 and =TOAD B ET,
JOHN SHIPSON A WALLACH.
cIPTON &WALLACE i Whole-
SA.LE O ROCERS AND PROD OLE DEAL-
No. 8 SIXTH STREET. Pitt 'burgh.
- , _
JOHN I. moues.. HOMS....WM. H. BOUM
TORN I. HOUSE &BROS.; Sue
u(motors to JOHN I. 1101:113F. da C 0. ,, Whole.
sap Grocers and Commission Merchants, Cots
ner of SMlthdeld and Water Streets. Pittsburgh.
31E.4M ARMSTRONG, Successor
~ to Fetzer & Armstrong, PRODUT
UMW. 11.515UnAli T, $l5 Mark t
LEG MEN'S' lINEATRANCE,
COMPANY OP PITTSBURGH.
07 IGE, No. STFIYTH STIMIT. BABE BLOCS.
Ininmesagainst all kinds Of Tire 'and Mazine
JOHN IRWIN.' JC. - President.'
T. J. HOSKINSON i Aloe President.
'. O. a. .usttuis,r.L. iseereary. •
cert. wIRDEAN. General Agent.
DlREOroms: - •
John Lift Jr.. , B. L. Valmestook
T. J. HOlUbiOni - W. H. Everson.:
G. Heaseb , o b er t H. pay*,
area y Ch'ing, ands Sellers,
Charles liars, ,nt. J. T. Stoelidale.
Cant. Wm. Dean. T. B. Nevin.
' ,ROCS THE BABY
EARNESTri PATENT. CRIB.
Practical Furaitare Matiabitarne, aeon
. 4 13 .. 314017 4T# -ts3rki:*3#l.
Where nut. be Lisboa eisortonosb Tar.
chmaimak eat lhuallore. NMI
AND DZATALEB IA
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
BOLD ONLY ST
.(1 TIME HANGE OF
AuLEGUENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE OIL
REGIONS WlTHolyr CHANGB OF oA•ig,
On and after MONDAY, May 3d, IMA TWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday)
will leave Pittaburgi Depot, corner of Elev
enth and Pike streets, fcr Franklin, Oil Cit7,Enf
fillo,_and all points in U c Oil Regions.
laWrit rlrTenunGH. lallitrr IN PITTSBURGH
Day Ea S:00 are Day ...... 5:15 p m
Wight Ex.... 7:30 pmlNight Ex 6;3u am
Brady's B AC 11:15 p m Bradys B AC 1 0 :1.5 11.
Ist SodaW'ks 9:45 a m lftSodaW'ks 7:49 a m
Bid SodaVir'ks 6:39 p m Ad Sodate"ks 6:16 p m
let Milton... 0:45 a m let Hutton.. Ram a m
Ad Hu1t0n...12:00 mAd Halton... A:00 p
3d Halton... 1 t:00 pm 3d Milton... t:O5 p m
Arnold's Ac. 5:00 p m Arnold's Ac. 7:40 p m
Cburcn train to and from Soda Works leave
Ptttsbnrgh at 1:10 P. M. Arrive at Pittsburgh,
(Sundays,) at 9 50A. M. •
Express trains stop only at principal points.
Accommodation trains stop at all stations
J. J. LAWRENCE, Gen , ' Sup't.'
THOMAS K. SING, Assn. blip%
NIA CENTRAL RAIL
It AD. On and after April 15th. 18a9, Trallll •
wiu arrive at and depart from the Union Depot,
corner s: of Washington and Liberty streets, as
Hall Train.... 1:25 am 'Day Rxpress.. 9:15 eat
-Past Line 1..45 am Soutnern Ex.. 4:80 am •
Wall's No. 1.. 6 210 am Wall's No. 1.. - 6:3oam
Acc`n. 7:50 am Mall Train. 5:15 MA
WalPs ,No. 2 8:50 am How'dAs Rol 10:90 am
Cincinnati Ex.9:10 am •Clneln'ti Ex 19:80 pm
.TohnstownAelo:3s am Wall's No. 2..11:51 am
How'd Ac Nol 1:10pm Johnstown A. 3:05 pm
Pittab'eh Ex. 1:30 pm RraddoCks Ao. 3:40 p
Phila. Expressl:so pm Phila. Express 4:510 p
Wall's No. 8...9:50 pm Wallis No. 4150 pin
Braddock Ac.. 5:50 pm Wail's No. 4.. 6:olpm
How'd Ac No 2 9:35 pm *Fist Line.-- 7:30 pm
Wall's No. 4. 7:90 pm HosedAoNo2.B:9o pm
Way Passn'r 10:210 pm Wall's .N o. 5.. 11:00 pm
1 hese trains make close connection at Harris
burg for Baltimore. •
The Church Train leavee Wails Station every
Sunday at 9:05 a. m.,reaching Pittsburgh at
-10:05 a. m. Be turni ng, leaves Pittsburgh at
19:50 p. m, and arrives at Walls Station at
21:10 p. m.
'Cincinnati Express leaves daily. Aft other
traire daily except Sunday.
Por farther Information annlv to• o
W. Z. srcicwrni. Agent.
The Pennsylvania Rallro ad Company will not as •
mime any risk forßaggage, except for wearing ap.
parel, and limit their responsibility to One Hun
dre. Dollars in value. All Baggage exceeding
that amount in value will be at the risk of the
owner, unless taken 1w spec Dial contract.
• EDWAR 11. WILL
ap2B General Superintendent. Altoor i t 3L l, ht.
RrLROAD.—tIn and afterAprll 2111th, 1889, the
Fla ienger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
Ital•road will arrive at and depart. from the
Fadersl Street Depot, Allegheny City.RS follows:
Arrtos. , .I)spart
Springd , e No 18:40 a m Mall a Mt
Freeport No.18:510 a m Freeport 80. 1 thoema,
Express 10:40 a m Sharpb , g Nol 11:90 ale
Sharpb , g No.11:20 pm Express . 9:50 pin
Freeport No. 24:00 pm Springd'e No 13:30 pm
Mail 550 pm Freeport No. 2 s:2olpna
Springd , e No 28:510 D m Snringd , e No 28.30 pin
-Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves . Allegheny Ametion. '
every Sunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. in. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City at I:510 p. in. and arrive at Alle g heny - Amy
tion at, 3:40 p. nu . - •
COMMUTATION TICEETS—Ii/Or sale in 'attAgen
of Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut
street, Herr's, Bennett, - Pine Creek, Etna' and
Sharpsharg and good only_on the trains stopping .
at Stations :Teel:led on tWkets. . .
The trains leaving Alleghen_y City at 7:00 lt,
in. make direct connection at Freepon withWal.
kers line of Stages for Butler and Harmahatcomh
Through tickets may be purchased at the OMet,
No. ISt. Clair street, near the Baspepsionßridge. ,
Pittabure b, and at the Depot;AlleitheliTe
For Rather infbrmation a l ly tq -
JAMES L num% Agent
_- . , • - 11' rat Street Denote
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad min -
as sums any risk forliaggagecexoept for wearing
apparel, and limit their responsibility to One
Hundred Dollars in Taint. All baggage ex. '
ceeding this amount in value twilit* at the risk of
the owner, unless taken b
r trpeMal contract.
apH Seneml Soneriatendent. Altoona. a.
CINCINNA RGH TI
PAN HANDLE ROLM
CHANGE OF TlME.—Orland after MONDAY,
April 26th, 1869, trains will leave and arrive at
U. Union Depot, as follows:
Mail . 2:98 a. m. 12:13 a. Mi
Fast Line 9.4.3 a. m. 7:13 p.
Express 2:33 p. m. 4:33 a. m.
Mixed Aco'n 5:33 a: In. 5:58 p.
McDonald , s Ace`u,No.lll.l:43 93:18 a. in.
Steubenville Aceommcid. 3:59p. m. 9:33 a. m
McDonald , * Acton. No. 2 5:114 9. in. 3: istp, m.
finnday Church Train.. 12:58 p. in. 9:58 a. M.
. . ,
aGr A: 3 3 P. W. trail' will leave daily.
12:13 P. sr. strain will arrive daily.
All other trains will run daily. Bnnaays bxeept.
ed. The 9:43 rt. in. Train makes close eon.
neetiolis at Newark Ur Zanesville.
B. P. HOULL, Demerol Ticket Arent.
W. W. CARD, Butet.. stenbeavill, Ohio.
VI L L E
On and after TUESDAY, No ember; 17th.
nisi, trains will arrive at and depart flteit the
Depot corner of Grant and Water streets, a*
Melte and from Union-• • •
town -1:(1 , 0 A.- 6:00 r.,74
McKeesport Accomdt'n 11:00 A. st.' 5:06 P. X.
Ex. to and from Unt'n. 3:00 P. X. /0:10 A. Ye
West Newton Accom'd 4:30 P. Y. 5:35 A. X.
Braddock's Accomdt'n. 6:15 P. Y. 7:50 P. X
Night Ac. toMcK , sport.lo:3o P. X.' 6:45 A. 3C I
Church Train to . _ _
and from West Newton ,1:00 10:010
For tickets apply to
E. M. RAYMOND, Agent
W. B. STOUT, t3nperinamdeAr. aole
UNION PACIFIC BAILWA;
The SHORTEST AND MOST BKLIARI
ROUTE Cram the East to all potato In
Colorado, •• • Nevada,
New Mexico, Idah?, •
Tire Trains leave 13tate Line and Leavenwortit
pluniftyr exceptedjon the ot trains
Of gum wauroad nem Louft, and Rani& r
bal - and St -- Joe - Eaftroad front Quincy, cone
In. at Lawrence. Topeka and ' WaAmego
i t i .ra ta iV i tCtt al lif lK . ) Pireworth with "the UNIT
STATES EXPRESS COMPAII VS DAIL
_WE OF OVERLAND Ha r r, ,
uttAINIZA FOB •
DENVER; BALM T• A Tr lo ll
AU Points , in the Tertitorieli,
And with SANDERSON'S TRI-WEEKLY LINE
of COACHES for Fort Union, Bent's Fort, Fasse
Albuquerque, Santa Fe. and all points in Arlo
sons and Lim Mextoo.
• With the meets additions of rolUnc stook
and equipment, and the arrangemeote nimbi
with esponsible Overland Transportation Linea.
from its western terminus, this road now offers.
unequalled for the transmission 01'
freight to ,the ifar•Weat.
Tfaiets for sale at all the orinelpii•otlres Sir
the Unitedstatea and - canadsa • '
'Be sure and ask for tickets via THE OK
HILL BOUTA_UNIOY p 11.114
IO .W 4 a'
ILAATZAN DIYIBION •
PEARL MILL FAMILY FLOIJIL
PEARL MILL Three Btar Green Brand, equil
FRENCH FAMILY FLOUR.:
Thus Plour will only us tent out When' ape
° V.'"ialirci, 'mum mu
PEARL NILL Ritu'iliMPE:,' Lau L ..
WEITE anis motieirar&Ve u ert:
lezhenY. Got. G. 1868. ram wzy,,
MILOOR OIL CLOTHS,
j: GENNN• OIL, CLOTH • :
' 1011LINDOW '6lth)/LIL .• •
WINDOW ISE ADII3 •
Bet.eral Ekiperiateadee E
a. *i witaunms.
414ineisirrefett tt 4 Tie tet AM