The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, May 26, 1869, Image 3

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F Marketa by Telegraph.
k..Nnw YoR.II, I.llly 25.—Cotton heavy;
:Ales of 200 bales, at 28%@28%0 for mid
'tug uplands. Flour; receipts 147 bbls;
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earket very dull! and strongly in buy
;s' favor; sales or' 5,100 bbls, at P,40(4)
r 0 for superfine State and western;
@6,35 for f to or m a rn x o tr d i
xt 55 r , a 80:7 1.6 ,75 u f i 0:
tra western; 116,80(4)7,75 for white
eat extra; $6,15®7,25 for R. H. 0.;
to B f t a a i i r 'e e ;
without material change; sales of 200
•is at 14,75®6,00. Corn Meal quiet and
changed. Whisky firmer; sales 0(350
la western at 11,10(4)1,12, free. Wheat;
6lpts 48,258 bush; market lo better
d 19®12 for good to choice. Rye Flour
113 1 11 3 ,4 1 5 1e f t e i r v.e ZiOn l s es prl ) n r g A
delivered, the
Rtes price for retail - parcels; 1,48 for
I 1 do. delivered; 51,5235®1,53 for am
'r Michigan; 11,7dfor white California;
,80 for white Michigan. Rye quiet and
ooping. Barley and barley malt nom
il. Corn—receipts of 25,11 T bush---•
-ki ned steady and closed _quiet at about
I advance; sales of 64,000 bush; 70®81c
r unsound new mixed western; 82®910
i sound do western yellow; 900 for c.ld
xed western in store; 97c for do deny
isd. Oats—receipts of 26,100 bush—lc
ever; sales of 26,000 bush; 74%.(4)74ic
r western . afloat. Stock of grain fn
rehouse: 764,699 bush wheat, 213,613
ash oorn, 596,178 bush oats, 99,312 bush
le, 388 bush,barley, 100,705 bush malt,
675 bush peas. Rice steady. Coffee
~.
re active; sales'of 1,(X)0 sacks Rio on
ive terms. Sugar moderately active;
les of 30 hogsheads Cuba at 11345.1.30.
Masses firmer; 867 hhds Cuba at'\ 53c, and
!c for Porto Rico. Petroleum firm at
34@153,c for - crude, and 31%c for re.
e n d . . - Li H n o s p e s e
d quiet a i
s t 6 w lg i
t l h 4 s o u f t o r d A s
s ai l
deerd
tange. Spirits Turpentine quiet at 47
r3sd. Pork quiet and steady, with
es of 540 bbls at 131,25®31,37;f0r new
vas, closing at $31,25 cash, 131,00, ®31,12
tlold do., 124,50(4)28,00 for prime, l s2B,oo
2,26 for prime mess. Beef is steady;
,es of 185 bbls at 58®16 for neplain
• fess, sl2@lB for new extra mess. Tierce
pef dull, with sales of 25 tee t 122(4)
d
I for prime mesa; $26(4)32f0r In a mass.
isef hams firm; sales 225 bbls at 24(4)37.
lit meats quiet; sales 235 pkgs a .12%®
lefor shoulders; 15%®16e for • hams.
iddles quiet; saes 100laxs at 1 %,0 for
1 i
ort. ribbed; Cumberland cut an shut
ar both on private terms; alio, 250
itst Stratford cut and Staffordshire, - sel-
Vs for June, at 16%e: Lard lower; sales
:0 tcs at 17(4)17%c for steam; 18,4./ 4 15190
k kettle rendered; also 250 tcs steam,
,nyers for July, at 190. Butter qUiet at
1(4)380 for Ohio; 36@400 for State. Cheese
Lady at 19®7423c. Freigh ts to Liver
-1 firmer and very quiet.;
Latest—Flour closed dull and 5c lower.
heat quiet and scarcely ``so firm for
ring, and heavy and strcipgly down
rd for winter. Rye nominal at 5L.25
r western. Oats dull and heavy at 74%c
t a
r western afloat. Corn quiet at 70(4)81c
• r unsound and 87(4)92c for sound new
tired western. ; Pork dull at 131,30 for
i. ins Beef dull and scarcely so firm.
n steady with a moderate inquiry.
rd dull and heavy at 18%c for good to
- ime steam. Eggs quiet at 18®20c.
,s 0
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3211 at
May 25.—Eastern Exchange
3211 at 1-10 per cent discount buying and
• ':10 per cent preminin selling. Flour
• • Met; sales of spring aktra at 14,85®5,85.
l'heat is in fair demand with sales of No.
-at 11,17®1,17%; No. 2 at /1,13%01.1434,
',sing with sellers at 11,13%, and buyers
11,13%; sales since change at 11,13V,.®
' 3X. Corn quiet but firm. ' sales of Ira.
11
. at 67®69c; No. 2 at 59®5934e; rejected
t 55%®56c: new at 56®57%,/c; no.
.wade at 44(4)46c, closing with sellers No.
pt. 68e; unchanged this afternoon. Oats
:. let; sales of No. 2at 5934 ®6oe, closing
'i 5 9 y 4(4)5 93 4c. Rye quiet and easier
osing at 11,09 for . No. 1. Barley dull
d nominal at $1,50®1,55 for No. 2 in
ore. Highwines are dull and nominal.
, ew Orleans Molasses at95®1,00. Sugar
.' 13%®14%. Common to choice pro
4': ons quiet but firm. Mesa Pork at
- 1,50. Lard at 17%®18c. Rough sides
• 150 buyer June. Hogs dull,\ and 15®
•-• c lower; 18,20®8,75 for fair to medium;
. ,85®9,12% for good to choice. Cattle
I'e
: ! five and steady at 16,00®6,62% for
i .' ood cows and • light - steers; 16i75®7,60
r fair to extra shipping steers. Re
. ipts during the past tvrenty-fotir hours:
627 i bbls. floor '
69,248 bu. wheat, 53,340
. c0rn,58,868
bte oats, 1900 km. rye,
•••*•- Mi. barley. 3,322 hogs. Shipments:
34
.•.; 6 0 ) bbls. flour; 2.348 bu. wheat 11,468
•• : u. corn. 110,769 bre oats; 441 bu. loarleY,
~.; i
,130 hogs. Freights active and firm at
34c on corn, lo on wheat to Buffalo, and
Oo on wheat and corn to Oswego. _
. CINCINNATI,. May 2-D.—Flour is very
• ull, with sales of family at 16®6,25.
V'tteat is offered more freely and prices
re lbwer, closingat 51,23@1,25 for No. 2
nter, and 51,2/Q01,30 for No. 1. Corn
a in light supply and moderate demand,.
' t 51,56 for ear. Oats firm and in de
.. and at 68®70c. Cotton is firm and
• , let, with sales of middling at 27®2734c.
obacco is in good demand, with sales of
: hogsheads at 14,55019,50, closing no-
Iva and ail offered taken. Whisky is
4., ending upward, closing with no sellers
''.
=low $1,05; it sold at $1,02. Mesa Pork
- quiet and held at. 13103450, but there
.• s no demand and prices are nominal..
-i = •rd is not enquired for, but it is held at
1 B%c. Bulk - meats are in demand and
0 rices are higher, with sales at-1234 and
4%0 for shoulders and sides, but at the
: lose were held at 12' and 150. Bacon
.1d at 13V 4 , 16 1 ,4 and 17c, for shoulders,
'-• 4 lear rib and clear sides, but prices were
: 4 . eld tio higher at the close. Sugar cared
: ma are firm at 18(4)19o. Butter is in
:-; air denaand at 33®360 for fresh. Eggs
,- • e held at 17®18c, and the supply is
•: : ght. Linseed 011 is firmer, at 11,05®
1,06. Lard oil is unchanged, with - sales
.. 0 . . f extra at 11,45. Petroleum is dull at
14
*•_' . 2o for refined, Sugar is firm but tin;
:,'„. changed. Coffee is held higher, with
, - sales of common to choice at 21®27e.
".. Molasses is ,firm at 75®82c for New
‘..* Orleans. Gold, moy, buying. The
:.. money market is easier at B®lo per
'.: cent. Exchange is dull at 50 discount,
.. ~ buying, and 50 premium. Felling.
•,;,.
- 0 ST. Lotus, May 26,—Tobacoo active at
full prices. Cotton—no sales. Hemp is
,"'' dull with saes of a O mmon to fair un
.• : dressed at 550011,2&" Floue—sp r i n x ex
tra sold at 1 4 1`50 4 2. 75. fall siperfineis.ls
• ®5,25, spring double extra $5,26®5,75„.
• wheat—spring:l@2b lower at 11,01,18
' for common tufancy in sacks, 11,101g 810 1,11
:•• for No. 2, and ;1,15 for No. 1. Corn is
buoyant and higher for choice and fancy:
• bulk sold at 60®63%c, mixed 136 c, mixed
. white sacked 70®710, mixed 75c, and 77e
for white latter • fancy Southern.. Oats
slow but firm at 68®69e: Barley 11,60®
• 1,70 for prime to:choice spring. Rye very
- dull, with small sales 011__private terms,
supposed to be • lower. Whisky higher,
sales at 99(441,00. Groceries quiet and
unchanged. Proilidonsverystiff. Pork
sold at $31,21®34450 for 'heavy and extra
s heavy; bulk shoulders loose at 12e; bacon
, shoulders 13e; clear rib sides 16%e; clear
.' sides 17o: sugar cured hams 200. Lard
.• '.iheld above buyers' views; small jobbing
'
-4 Wales of 18 tierces keg at 20c. Cattle, de-
, , and steady at 4®7%.0. Hogs steady at
" 8®934c. Receipts—flour, 3,800 bbls; oats,
.. e 22,000 bushels; wheat, 21,100 bush; bar
' ley. 200 bush; corn, 10,600 bush; rye, 200
•
bush; hogs, 5430 .. .
• LoufsVll.T.Me •
,WY Sso—Flour , steady;
t ravertine 16;00EW& - 'Bagging `cpiletf
-2.1 b Kentnoty
.iinimite f
2134®231g Butter,_
country 03 427 . 1 :4 • libirel. ....(110M11
quiet and weak; middling 263;0; low
middling 25%®253c,c; good ordinary
23%@24c. ordinary 2234Q23c. Cement
steady at $2@2,25. Potatoes; old firmer at
$1,15®1,35; new quiet at sB(g9. Feathers:
choice 85c; demand good. Grainquiet,
but demand steady. Wheat $1,30©1,50.
Corn: shelled and ear in bulk sell at 65
@67c. Oats 65®68c. Rye $1,42®1,45.
Groceries firm but unchanged. N. 0.
Sugar: prime 14%@1534c. Rio Coffee:
prime 25@26c._ N. 0. Molasses: prime
75c. Hay: choice timothy on wharf 522,-
50. Whisky: raw has advanced to $1,05;
there is no stock on hand. Provisions
firm and higher; mess pork $31,50@32.
Bacon shoulders 13%@17c; clear rib
sides 17©173;c; clear sides 173{,©17%c.
Hams: fancy sugar cured 193,®19Nc.
Lard steady: prime tierce 1854 ®l9c.
Leaf Tobacco active; sales 304 hhds at
$5 for trashito $13,25 for leaf.
CLEVELAtiD, May 25.—The flour mar
ket is dull and the tendency of prices
downward;; city made. XXX white s9@
9,25; XX tubber $7,75; .XX red 56,75@7;
X red $6; XX spring $6,25@6,50; country
brands ard .held at $7.50@8,50 for 'XX
white; $6,50@7,50 for XX red; $5,50@6
for red; $46,75 for XX spring. Wheat
dull, heavy and lower; No. 1 red winter
$1,40; No. 2 do. offered at $1,25 without
buyers; No. 1 Milwaukee spring nomi
nal. Corn market dull and inactive;
prime yellow held at 71c; No. 1 mixed
69c; No. 2 do without inquiry. Oats stea
dy" but dull; light sales reported at 67c for
No. 1 State. Rye dull and inactive. Bar
ley nominal. Petroleum dull and Inac
tive for the home and western trade;
refined held at 2734@28c for standard
•white in large lots; for the trade in five
barrels or less 2@30 advance is obtained.
TOLEDO, May 25.—Flour dull; double
extra and fancy brands at 55,50@8.
W heat dull and lower; amber at $1,38©
1,3834 on spot, and $1,39 buyer June; No. 1
white Michigan offered at $1,70, and $1,65
bid; No. 1 red at $1,37. - Corn I@2c better
and moderately active; No. 1 72c, No. 2
700, yellow 75c, no grade condition guar
anteed at 60c. Oats quiet and steady at
68c for No. 1 and Michigan. Rye dull
and nominally unchanged. Barley nom
inal. Receipts: 4,700 bbls Moor, 9,000
bus wheat, 11,700 bus corn, 5,500 bns
oats. Shipments: 1,800 bbls f10ur,.4,800
bus wheat, 8,600 bus corn, 6,800 bus oats.
PHILADELPHIA, May 25.—Flour great
ly depressed but unchanged, except No.
1 western extra family, at $6®6,75. Wheat
dull and red unchanged; amber $1,60®
1,62. Rye sells at 11,43. Corn advanced;
sales 4,000 bu yellow at 90c.' Oats dull
and lower; sales 2,000 but western at 80c.
Petroleum—more doing; sales 2,000 bbla
crude at 2464=c; 5,000 bbls refined at
313.0. Provisions unchanged. Whisky
;1,0501,10.
BALTIMORE, May 25.—Flour is quiet.
Wheat is dull, with sales of fair to good
red at 51,4001,60, and prime to choice at
$1,90@2,10. Corn is dull, with sales of
prime white at 85@S6c, and yellow at
86@88c. Oats and Rye are unchanged.
Mess Pork is firm at ;32. Bacon is active,
with sales of rib sides at 17c, clear sides
17%c, and shoulders at 143.0. Hame are
'held at 19@20c. Lard is quierat 19@20c.
Whiskey tirm and scarce at $1,10®412.
MILWAUKEE, May 25.—Flour dull and
prices unchanged. Wheat firm. ' $1,17M
for No. 1, and $1,14% for No. 2. Oats
quiet, 59c for No. 2. Corn firmer, 61c for
new rejected. Rye dull, 81,10 for No. 1.
Barley nominal. Grain freights quiet,
but firmer; wheat to Buffalo 534 c, to Os
wego 10c. Receipts-4,000 bbls flour,
90,000 buih wheat, 8.000 bush oats. Ship
ments-5,000 bbls flour, 171,000 bushels
wheat, 5,000 bush oats.
LOUISVILLE, May 25.—rattle active
and the prices sustained; common 33:i'@
434 ®534c; good 534®6e; choice 6y,@63;e.
i'ogs in fair demand; heavy 81f.@193 , 4c;
fair 634@7c. Sheep in good demand;
sheared 53,30@4,50.
DETROIT, May 25.—Wheat—receipts,
6,000 bus; market strong for choice extra
white winter at 51,79; No. 1 do. $1,61©
1,62. Corn 72c. Oats.67c. Potatoes 38e.
Bran 16e. , Course Middlings 20c; fine 25e.
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAIL
ROAD, May 25.-1 car lumber, J& A.
Hayes; 1 do do, M'Quewan & D; Ido
limestone ore, M'Knight 6: Co; 100 bbls
lime, Ripley & Co; 176 pea tubing; 1 bdt
do, Logan, - Gregg II Co; 165 pcs do, Whit
more, W dr. Co; 10 bbls vinegar, Ewart. de
Co; 1 organ,
C Blume; 1 bdl carpet, 1
mattress,,l table, Bishop Kingsley; 5
casks cider, 7 bag cheese, Bruggeman 6:
O'B; 4 do do, Morrison &D: 4 do do,
Meanor & H; 1 bbl eggs, 1 keg butter, W
Graff & Co; 9 do eggs, H Rea Jr; 7 do
D Cook; .100 do do. Bly & Co; 2 cars
brick, Park. Bros; 5 bxs tobacco, N C
Reed; 18 bdls bottoms, 10 bales tow, 'Ful
ton de Hopper; 17 bdta bottoms, W T - d& G
Noble; 2 bgs feathers, 3 bxs egsrs, 2 kegs
butter, M'Callough, 13 & Co; 3 bbla oil,
Hagan & Courtney.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHI
CAGO RAmitokto, May 24.-26 cars metal,
Nimick & Co; sdo do, Bryan & Caugh
-0; B,do do, J W Porter; 1 do do, Lloyd
Black; 200 bbls flour, Culp & Shepard;
2 bbls alcohol, 1 do gin, J Henderson &
Bro; 3do alcohol. Harris & Ewing; 2do
do, 1 do gin, R E Sellers & Co; 25 bbls
highwines, Rodelheim tit Affelder; 2 tobls
eggs, W H Graff & Co; 9 bbls apples, 1
keg apple • butter. Bruggerman
O'Brien; 14 bza cheese, M W Rankin; 17
do do; H Riddle; 33 do do, N J Braden; 5
half doz brooms, C Slade; 2 tubs batter,
Morrison & Devol; 10 sks rags, Pitts_
Paper Co; 18 do do, Godfrey it Clark; 16
bxs soap, W H Kirkpatrick dr, Co; 30 do
do, W W Rankin; 1 bbl bacon, Wood
worth & Davison; 3 cars stone, john
Hinchliff.
PITTSBURGH CINCINNATI AND ST.
Louis RAILROAD. May 25.-5 bbls oil,
Hanna & Co; 18 cads tobacco, 1J Dal
myer; 10 bbls lard oil, 10 bzs candles,
Munhall &M; 25 tea hams, J H Parker;,
10 do lard, .1 Lippincott; sdo do, 1 car
bulk meat, Myers dr Co; 25 bdls, 28 pas
iron, Riesick & Bro; 100 tea hams, Dal
zell &T; 10 cases tobacco, J Wilson; 24
caddies do, Lindsay & M'C; 11 hhds do,
Weyman & Bro;-26 bbls liquor, 0 Glen
denning; 10 tea lard, 'lO cads tobacco,
Watt, L & Co; 36 do do, 12 bas do, con
signees. 1 car corn, J B Campbell; 15
aks oats,.M'Henry & Hood; 20 do wheat.
Scitild; 20 bbls eggs, 80 aks flour, T
Beckett; 10 bales tow, G Datiler 1 case
'Biwa,: Hubbard Bros; 1 case steel, Am
Steel Co; 11 pkgs wheals, wagon seats,
&o, Hare it Bro.
' ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
May 24.-9 cars 'railroad iron, J B Dor
rington; 480 bbls oil, Anchor 011 Works;
.160 do do, Waring, Ring Co; 1,280 do do,
Fisher & Bro; 14 aks oats, Taos Donnelly;
20 do do,, Moore it Mitchell; 15 do do, 50
eke corn, Adams dr Austin; .12 rolls
leather, W Flaccus it Son; 4 bbls eggs, 3
-bz% butter Bruggerman it O'Brien; 6 kgs
butter, 2 bbls eggs, L J Rianchard; 1 do
do, 2 pkgs eggs, E Heazleton; 4 do do, 4
do butter, p Templeton; 17 bales hay,
Roll & Ritchart; 49 eke oats, 16 ado rye,
owner; 50 ska oats, Bingham di Laing; 70
do dot R T Stewart; 94 do do, 3 do rye,
Scott &Meal; 15 aka oats. Geo Close; 9 do
rye, A Whitten; 13 pkgs potatoes,
Stewart; 21 do oats, D West; 3 bbls eggs,
W Seibert.
ALratomnty STATION. May 25.-1 Car
wheat, W. McKee a 00; 8 do do, Kennedy
Bro; 43 bb la apples, Owene & Kennedy
43 aka corn./ Ca 111; 1 car do, 31 Steel
Bon; 4 bbU egg E. Ortemath; -4 do do;
Saffendefer *lll4. l car deaseed, Ewer,
Hamilton * Co. •
o:2 L umalittuilalLS A LWA'W FtlVtME:ftil
RIVER NEWS.
~
The . river continues to recede steadily
s
iii
veth five feet six inches in the channel
b the Monongahela marks. Weather
y terday cloudy and warm, with indi
cat ons of rain in the evening.
e Grey Eagle, Capt. C. L. Brennan,
is t e regular packet for Parkersburg
to ay leaving promptly at noon.
The. Glendale, Capt. Hare, is fining up
steadily for St. Louis, and the Upper
Mississippi, and is announced to leave
forthviith. She is in all respects one of
the best boats in the trade.
The Glendale will be followed by
_the
Armadillo,Capt. McCarty. .
The lul l Capt. Trinidad'e new boat
arrived from the boat yards yesterday,
and will, we understand; be towed to
New Orleans by the Matamoras, where
she will receive her machinery and be
completed.
The hull of Capt. Daniel's new boat
for the Red River trade, has also ar
rived, and is lying near the point in the
Allegheny River.
The Leonidas, for New Orleans, New
York, for Nashville and Julia No. 2, for
Zanesville, departed.
The Wauanita, Capt. C. A. Dravo, will
positively take her departure for St.
Louis and the Upper Mississippi to-day
and passengers and shippers should tear
this in rnind.
There are no less than - four newlboats
on the stocks.at Freedoni. One of these
is Intended for the mountain trade and
is being built by Capt. Thomas W. Rea,
and will have the machinery of the
Lilly—built here several years ago by
Capts. Brickell and Martin, and com
manded, for a time, by Capt. John M.
Hare, now of the Glendale. Another is
a towboat for Capt. J. V. WDonald, and
will have the machinery of the Lioness.
Then there is a ferryboat, and another
craft, but of what kind we are unable to
state.
It is about time that we were having
some new Ohio River boats. A. great
many have been destroyed within the
past year, and, so far as we can learn,
there is not a single new one in process
of construction.
Capt. J. T. Stockdale h6s contracted
for another new boat, and while not, for
the same parties, she is for the same
trade, for which he built the Australia.
This la Captt Stockdale's third new goat
this year. Il
Capt. D. L. Hendrickson, is now en
gaged as engineer on the Wauanita.
This is the first engineering Capt. Hen
drickson\ has done for a considerable
number of years.
The Australia arrived at Key West,
Florida, on Sunday last, .four days out
from New Orleans.
—The Dexter has laid up at New Or
leans.
—Fifteen boats are reported laid up.in
Missouri river, between. Fort Randall
and Fort Sully, awaiting dater.
—Measures are on foot to parchatte a ,
new boat for the Vicksburg and Napo
leon trade, the Plain City not being large L
enough.
—The Nashville Union and American
says that "there is a project on foot
among the steamboat men to withdraw
entirely, for sir months, from the navi-
gation of all the Western rivers, and
give shippers a full [Jew fit of railroad
transportation." We had not heard of
any such project here.
—For the safety and .better protection
of boats passing through the Clarksville
railroad bridge at night, the Nashville
Union and American suggests the pla
cing of signal lights on the inside of each
pier, about six feet above the water's
edge.
—Alt Sanford the newly appointed In
spector for St. Louis District, is an old
New Orleans and St. Louis \ pilot and
Captain. Hels the first pilot ever ap
pointed-to the position. He is an old
personal friend of President Grant.
—Captain John Wilson, United States
Inspector for the Nashville Ditttrict, was
engineer on the steamer . Rigeman in
1823; on the Rambler in 1824, and on the
Eclipse in 18e7..
—There was. rather a novel "arrival of
water-crafts at Parkersburg on Thurs
day. Four canal boats arrived there
with 200 tuna of ice from Hartstown,
Crawford county, Pennsylvania. They
belong to the Erie Extension Line. The
men in charge enjoyed the trip down the
Allegheny and Ohio very much, as it
was a new experience to them. The
steamer Thompson will tow the boats up
to Rochester, Pennsylvania, where their
horses will be brought into requisition.
—Capt. McKinney has bought the Ar
gonaut No. 2, for six thousand do ars,
and will take her to Omaha to tra efer,
wood under a contract he has with the
Union Pacific Railroad.
—The Cincinnati Conimeivial sa :
Dispatches from Louisville report t e
Silver Moon as having swung further o t
on the reef. She nad got out a line an
was in a fair way of working Alp off th
reef, when the Cora S. passed down an
parted the line. She now lies quarteri
across the current, with her head ton ar
the Kentucky shore. There is no posal,
bility of getting her off until the rive
rises. Capt. Merrielees entered protes
at Louisville, and will turn her over t
the undertyriters.
—St. Louis advices under date of Sun/
day, report as follows: The Bismarck •
will be the first boat to start in the St.
Louis and New Orleans line, and will be
followed by the Magenta and Belle Lee.
The Pauline Carroll will form one of
the line, and other boats to make np the
full number, will be named soon. The
wharf-boat is owned as follows; The Bis
marok owns one-sixth, and the Lizzie
Gill, Mississippi and Pauline Carroll ,
each one-sixth, and two other boats, to .
be commanded by Capts. J. H. Jones and
B. R. Pegram, the rest. The W. R.
Arthur will probably enter this line.
The Mollie Able will'oommence to load
to-morrow in :the barge 'line. It seems
to be the belief there will be a spirited
contest between these two lines.
River and Weather;
By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
LOUISVILLE, May 26.—River falling,
with six feet five inches of water in the
canal. Weather cloudy and warm.
HOLTZMAN & WIEDERHOLD
No. 100 274 int Avenue,
Upholsters and Dealers in Curtain Goods,
Dine-C the attention of their friends and the
publie, to their finely assorted stock of
Lace and Nottingham curtains Vestibule
Laces, Damask Reps, Ferry's Mexican cloth,
Satin, Delanes, Gilt Cornices, Gilt and Walnut
Mouldings, Spring Beds of superior make, Hair
liatrasses (pure whlte hair.) Pillows. Bolster s,
and everything pertaining to a drat class bed.
The latest Paris and Berlin designs for Draperies
'lathe inspection or their customers. Pure *hi to
Itastern Show Feathers always on hand.
HOLTZMAN to WIEDERHOLD •
• .
N0.,,100 THIRD_AVENUE.
DMITIOD'' , "I.II.IItE; 11oa 1444,
tfotiftgebi cereal,v-sole • Itasollictitti of
sass , • 4,114 Cleatoot sad Brovel Boofisufc t ,
re • •
RIVER PACKETS.
NEW DEMEANS 3ND TEXAS.
POR NE W
O R LEA NS ,X
"GALVESTON, BROWNS.. e , ..
ILLE, TexasAlhe new and staune l
Reamer
AAIORAS.No.S.—..
. Capt. It. DALZET.L.
Will leave as above on WEDNEsDAY, tae 26th
Inst.
For MUM. or passage apply on board onto
um! FLACK & COLLINGWOOD, Agents.
._ _
UPI'Elt BiItiSIMSIPPI.
VOA ST. LOUIS, DU- L`BUQ [LE AND ST.P . A.ULThe
line steamer
iVACANIT A Capt. C. A. Dnavo.
Will leave for the above ports posittirely This
DAY, the 26th Ingt, at 14 at. _
For frel,ant or vantage apply on board, or to
my 22 FLACK .1t COLLLNGWOOD.Agents
OS 6T . LOUIS, EK 0-s i do6
UE
and ST. PAUL direet-I'Ph i a T eland elegant pas
sengerpacket
(HANDAL E....C...J0HN M. Hass, Captain.
Will have for the above none on WEDNES
DA if. the 26th It 121 0%10d:
For freight or_pagsage apply on board. or to
my 22 FLACK & COLLINOWOOD. Agents'
sifarig 1869. Jarmo.
NORTHERN LINE. PACKETS,
FROM
Louis to Keokuk and St. Paul,
AND ALL IRTERMNDIATEYORTI3.
One of the splendittSidewheel Steamers of this
Line will leave Bt. Louis da ly for Keokuk, D wen
pert, Dubuque, Winona, Stillwater and St—Paul.
Through receipts for Freight and Passengers
will be given to all,points oh the Upper Hiss's
sissippi on steamers runnln; 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
rates. Apply to JOHN FLACK.
J. D. COLLINGWOON
Agents, or to
R. C. GRAY
91 Water staest.
mb2B:a23
CIN CI N N ATI.
FOR CINCINNATI and zi gag
LOIIISVILLE.—Tte line pas
fiengf r steamer
KATE PUTNAM . Capt. G. W. REED.
Will leave as above-on FRIDAY, the 2,811 Inst..
at 4 o'clock P. N.
For frlight or . msvr i llap c ly tc on o p!ard or to
J coi:Ltsownon, Agents
I=
FOR
HARM rA,PARKEttIiBILTRG
AND CINCINNATI.
.Leav es Pittsburgh EVERY TIIESDA.Y-
Leaves Cincinnati EVERY. FRIDAY-4 P. M.
The swift and superb Sidewheel Steamer ST.
MARYS. T. C. SWEENEY, Commander, will
leave as announced above.
• For Fielea or Passage apply on board, or to .
FLACK & COL LI NO WOOD, or
CULLIN, & BARNES, Agents.
N. B.—Yo Freight received on Tuesday after
1 t A. 31. mhp
PARKERSBURG.
PITTSBURGH, A i ggßa
WHEELING AN D PAR
KERSBURG LlNE.—Leech Do:nrmnir , 3 Wharf
omit, foot of Wow Street. daily at 19 V., WED
NESDAYS and SATURDAY:3,
&IKAY zAtILE. C. L. Ilemoralt, Muter.
Erelght will be
LAMES receiv
COLLIER. all hours by
J
FLACK & COLLINGWOOD,
apl3 Agent&
STEAMSHIPS.
T O LIVERPOOL AND
QUEENSTOWN.
TRH INDIAN MAIL STEAMSHIPS
Norobertnit etxteen Ant-clata ample, *Moll(
to• niche celebrated
CIV: or PARRA CITY or A.NTWETP_,
CITY OF BOSTON, CITY OF BALTIMORE,
CITY OF LONDON.
SAlllna AVERY "SATURDAY, from Pier 45,
I. rth Elver, New York. For nateage or further
I aroma:lon anolv to'
WILI.I AIS BINGHAM, Jr.
TO FIFTH tiTREKI fenrootrie isußolog.
nearly mmoalt.t. Pnat °tore. P.itabor,h
WILLIAM MILLER & CO,.
Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty Street.
Corner or Irwin, now over to the trade' at low
dimes, strictly
!rime New Crop New Orleans Sugar and
Molasses.
Porto Rico, Cuba and English island Sugars.
New York, Philadelphia; and Baltimore Be-
Aned 'do.
Golden Drips, Loering', BruAlls, - Stuart's,
Adams' and Long Island Syrups.
(Young
Rico. Cuba and English Island Molasses.
Young 11/ 801 1, JaPun, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Oolong Teas.
Carolina and Bangoin Rice.
Java, Laguayra and 10 Coffees. •
Tobacco, 'Lard 011. Fish, Nails, Glass, Soaps,
Cotton Tarns, Ac., constantly on hand.
ALSO.
IMPORTERS OF
Fine Brandies,Wines and Sagan.
Rhenish, Moselle, and Sparkling Rock Wises
of Hinael & Co.. In bottles.
Sparkling Moselle, Sekarsberg and . Johannis
berg, Hockheinier, &e. •
Brandenburg & Freres Fine Olive On.
do do Clarets, imported in bottles..
do do White 'Wines, in bottles.
M. Wort & Sons' Sparkling Catawba:
Flue old Sherri. Madeira and Port Wines.
Free Old Monongauela Rye Whiskies. pare.
do Very Superior Old Scotch do do.
ALSO.
Bote r ents for Moet Cliandon'a Grand Vin.
Im lre e rserly and Seller, IllanPaine.
Brandies of oar ovnt lect,on and warranted.
j 2•d4a
290009006 ACRES or
CHOICE LANDSTOR
\ BY TES
Union Pacific Railroad Company,
rasTifaut
GM/ along the Sn 4 of their road. at
$l,OO TO 06,00 PER ACRE,
And on a ORMDIT or PINTS YKARd.
!or further particulars. =PI, Ac., ed4rate
JOHN P. DEVZHEIM,
Land Commissioner. Topeka,
Or MAI. N. LABIBON.N,
m ac St. Louth. Missouri.
STRAW
1-1.11.T13,
ALL THE NEW STYLES.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, AT
IIicCORD CO's,
181 WOOD STREET.
inyis
Tz.—Bworf ...... J. is. sitar!
SWINT & BRATT,
ABOH'ITEOTIDIAL - AND
ORNAMENTAL • CARVERS
No. 63 - Sandusky St,. Allegheny, Pa.
A wi re assorknent of NEWEL. POSTS and
BAJASTEIAS constantly on hand. TURVENO
of an flatetiti 71%. Anna
j B. lOUNOWN bi CO.,
C= iIAKIC MAXIM, CONPECTIONAJ6
ICE CREAM Mid Drzirixe SAL )ON,
S 3 Smithfield street, eerier
. of Diamond alley,
Pittsburgh. • • • /
iNrParties and bunnies supplied-witA los
. sad cakes.= short notice. - •
WHITE 41111!g• 4 ' I
Imo WhlivAnocibr'sile
•
TEneUrrE
if ule by
CARPETS
BRUSSELS CARPETS,VELVETS, &C.
The Latest Arrival
FROM FAGLIAND.
McCALLIJM BROS.,
No. 51 FIFTH,, AVENUE,
Have received by ateam.rs Samaria and Man
hattan the VERY NEIyEsT STYLES of the
ENGLISH MARKET. I)
They alioo offer a •
Compiet4Line of
DOMESTIC CARPETING.
To wblch large additiobal are daily being made.
A Display of Goods Equal
To any ever
_p_resented in this market , at
LOWE.I.I!PRIGEB.
8R05., -
.ro. dirE.IrUO,
(BET. WOOD & tiBUTEPTELDO
ap23:h95
NEW CARPETS.
FINE CARPETS.
CHEAP C
WINDOW
Ma
BOVARD - ROSE (t, CO
21 Firm 1 AVENUE.
311314 ittaer
DI 4Y 18,1569.
BARgAINS
Pt "1:" gS .
WINDOW' SHADES,
•
Avo
LACE AND NOTTINGHAM
CURTAINS,
New Stock Justßeceived.
•
LOWEST PRICESI EVER . OFFERED.
merARLAiD a courris, I
I v.
go. 11 and i 3 PIFTII AVENUE,
rnylii I (Second Floor).
UNITED STATES 'JR - TONAL RETENIINs t
TWENTY-T/11RD DISTRICT.
I
COLLECTOR' NOTICE.
OFFICE COLLECTOR INTERNAL REVENUE.
• 23d Collection District of Pennsylvania,
N 0.61 Water St.,Allegheny'Cit y, May IS, '639.
- Not , ce is hereby given that the annual lists of
SPECIAL TAXES, forinerli termed LICENSES.
and of the taxes on I
names, Carriages, Watches, Silver Plate.
•c.. are now In thls office, where payment will
be received thereon by !the Collector on and after
the list DAY I.OIF JUNE, 1889.
These taxes, having become due, must be veld
before the illith„ DATIOF JUNE, 1889; other
wise, additional eipenses will ha incurred by the
tax•payer, \,
Z. BUFFINGTON, Bsq., Deputy Collector of
the county of AruistrOng, and 'EDWIN LYON,
Bsq., Deputy Coll e ctor far the county of Butler.
will be ready to reieive, after the Ist of June, for
their respective eouniiis, and will post notices
designating the times +bid places, when and where
they will be prepared do receive the taxes collect
able by then.
Taxes payable only 1 . ,-L
-greenbacks or national
currency. \ . •
p
Office hours from 9 4. Y. to 3 P. If
my16:.)51
Q 26.000 'TO LOAN ON BOND
MD MORTGAGE.
Books settled and accounts promptly collect.
ed. Houses and Lots in tittsburgh and Alleghe
ny. Cheap Houses and, Lo sin keel Liserty and
B. addoc.ks. Lots In Mansfield. A very desirable
farm of 70 acres; splendid young orchard, good
house, with storeroom attached; spring of never
falling water: near Economy, on the line of P.
Ft. W. A V. B. W.; for sale very cheap.
lowa, Missouri andiVirginia land for sale.
Enquire of ' ,
TITO& SIMPSO k & 110itAND
• 1
Brokers and Beal Fetal. Agents,
IMZI
pumps.
, • .
WOOD AND IRON ,WELL . AND
CISTERN PUMPS. •-
We are now sole agents for E. P. eu4to , 2 well
known wood pomro.
The trade will be artipllcd by ne at factory
ces in lots to stilt..
A. Vargo and complete 'assortment always on
hal. , families linden others In want of good
pan t at a very low price, which we warrant.
shoo d see this. The best and cheapest pump In'
the market. • W..KBTOX.,
Generll Wholesale Agent.
137 Liberty street, Pittsburgh. Pa.
my115432.5w
UNION ENTERPRISE
FOUNDRY,
- roniirsomr.
Manufacturer of COOKING STOVES, Arches.
Grates, Fenders, Bash Weights, and all kinds
of Hollow Ware. Car Wheels and all kinds of
Machinery Crettngs, COR. WATSON & etLIN-
Glliti PPPMUItOII. PA. 111211vfftWke
110
1 0Z
PUBDIN THE BLOOD.
kni mat s,t,f rgrAfeeign zvzitYwnfs. !
denblilinr, •
"
cbbLiri
J. a. Cal'iniLD.'
OIL CLOTH?
Eiga3Mil
OTHS,
OIL C
SHADES.
names.
JOHN M. SUMbirAN,
COLLECTOR.
89 GRANT STREET,
office back room
RAILRO
1869;
FlTTehtlitoll. FORT WA 'NE & DHICAVO
I: W. and CLEVELAND &PI 811IIRGH R. B.
From May 9th, 1889, trat will leave from
and arrive at the Union Depos, north atde, Pitts.
burgh city time, as follows:
Leave. Arrive.
Chicago Ex.—A:oB a tniChicago Ex.. 1:5 1 3 a M
Erie Ygn E r.7:28 a m Chicago Ex..12:03 p m
CI. &-Wh2gld'lt3:l3 anilWheellng Ex 10:48 a m
Chicago Ra11..15:58 a mlBt. Louis Ex 7:08 pat
Chicago E5....9:43 a TM's° Ex& M14:08 p m
CI. &Wh'fc Ex 2:08p th Cleveland Ex 3:53 p m
Chicago Ex• • 2:23 p m Erle & Yg'nExs:sBp m
Nve &Erie Ex4:3B pm Cl. & Wh g ExB:s3p m
Daimirt.from Alletheny. I Arrive in lley/tens.
Bea'r Falls Ac.8:58 m Leetsdale Ac..8:58 am
Leetsdale" /011:58 03 a m ml New Bca'r Falls" 8:28
am "
Rochester " 1:213 pm Enon seas "10:23 ant" 913 am
Enon 6, . 3:88 pm I Leetsd le " 1:08 put
Leetsdale Acc.s:l3 pm Bear Its " 2:43 pits
Bea'rFalls " .8:13 p m .Lee!tda a" 4:33pm
Leetsdale " 10:43 Dm `` 7:23 pat
Fair Oaks Sun. Fair Oa s
day Church. 1:13 p m day t h rch. 9:58 am
SW' 2:2335. m. Chicago Expre leaves daily.
air 32.03 p . m.Chicairo Expre arrives daily,
J. IL KIMBALL, J. N. id' lILLOUG,
Gen'i Ticket Agent. WI Supte4q,
inylo
•
callA. NGE OFi k
TIME
GHENT VALLEY .ROAD,
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTETHE OIL
REGIONS W 'THOU r CHANGE OF -0
CAI'S.
On and after MONDAY, May 3d,-.111e9 TWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday)
will leave Pittsburg' Depot, corner of Elev
enth and Pike streets, for Franklin, 011 Clty,Buf
filo, and all points in ti e 011 Regions.
LEAVY PITTSBURGH. I ARRIV IN pirrgittragg
Day Ex S:00 am Day R ...... 6:15 p m
itfght Ex.— 7:30 pm Night Ex 6:30 a m
Brady's BAc 3:15 p m HradyS B Ac 311:15 xm
Ist liodaW'kell:4s • m lEtsodaW , ka 7:40 a m
SodaW'ks 6:110 p m 2d Sodatrks 6:15 p m
ltt Halton... 6:46 a m let Hinton .. sato a m
2d Thilton...l2:oo nRd Halton... 2:09 pm
3d Hutton 1t:00 pm 3d Milton... 1:05 p m
Arnold's Ac. 5:00 p ria Arnold's Ac. 7:40 p
Churob train to and ',, from Soda Works leave
Ptttsbnrgh at 1:10 P. id. Arrive at Pittsburgh,
(Sundays,) at 9 50A. 314
Express trains stop °lily at principal points.
Accommodation rains stop at all stations
• J. J. LAwittlNus, Sup`t.
THOMAS M. ti 11513, Ass% bup't.
aplo
LENNSYLV.aiMARpNg
NIA CENTRAL RAIL
lAD. On and after April 25th, 1809, Trains
will arrive at and depart 'from the Union Depot,
corner of Washington and Liberty streets, as
follows:
4/71(941.
Mall Train.... 1:25 am
Fast Line 1.45 am
Wall's No. 1.. 6 20 am
BentonAcc'n. 7:50 am
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 am
Cincinnati Ex.9:10 am
Johnstown Ac10:35 am
How'd Ac Nol 1:10 pm
Pittsb'sh Ex. 1:30 pm
Expres6l.!so pm
Wall's No. 3...2:50 pm
Braddock Ac.. 5:50 pm
How'dAcNo2 9:35 pm
Wall's No. 1. 7:20 pm
Way Passn'r 10:20 pm
*Tlaese trains make eh
burg for Baltimore.
The Church Train leavesWalli Stationevm7
Sunday at 9:08 a. m.,
_reaching Pittsburgh
10:06 a. m.• Be turning, leaves Pittsburgh.
12:50 p. m. and arrives at Walls Station
2:10 p. m.
l'Cincinnati Express leaven daily. All othe
trams daily except Sunday.
For Sinner information apply to
W. H. BECKWITH, Agent.
The Pennsylvanlaßallroad Company will not as
snme any risk forßaggage, except for weartngan
peel and limit their responsibility to One Hun
dre, Dollars in value. Alt Baggage exceeding
that amount in value will bo at the risk of the
ownot. unless taIcED WARD en by specia H
H l contract.
apes General Superintendent, Altoona, WILLIAMS.a.
Depart.
'Day Express.. Las am
I nontnern Ex.. 4:80 am
Wall's No. 1.. B:3oam
Mail Train,. ..._ 8:18 am
H ow'd As 510 l 10:20 am
•Cincin'ti Ex 14:80 pm
IWalPs No. 2-11:81 tat
Johnstown Ac. 3:08 pni
Braddocke Ac. 3:40 p
Phila. Express 4:20 p
Wail's No. 5.. 4:sopm
Wail's No. 4.- B:ospm
' , Past Line 7:30 onl
How'd Ac No 2.8:20pm
Wail's N 0.5.. 11:00 cm
se connection at Marne.
TTESTERN-avu , om
PENNSYLVANIA
RA.LROAD.—On and afterAprll 95th,11369.the.
Ps stenger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
road will arrive at and depart from the
Federal Street Depot, Allegheny City. as follows:
Arrive. Depart
Sptingd"e No 16 : 40 am! Mall 7:001151
Weeport No. 18:90 a m Freeport No. 19:1110sta
Express 10:40 a In Shansi:og Not 11:90 am
Eitsarpb'g No.11:20 p m Express.ll:so pm
Freeport No . 14:00 p m No13:30 pm
Mall 5:50 p m Freeport N0.25:210 p m
Springd'e No 26:110 p m Soringd'e N 02 6 .30 plll
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junction
every Sunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. m. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City at 1:90 p. in. and arrive at Allegheny Junc
tion at 3:40 p.
COMMUTATION TICKETS—For sale in packages
of Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut
street. Herr's, Bennett, - Pine Creek, Etna and.
Sharpsburg and good only on the trains stopping
at Stations spe cited on tickets.
The trains leaving Allegheny City -it 7:00 a.
m. make direct connection at Freepon with Wa
lker's une of Stages for B odes awl.idannalle town.
Through tickets play be purchased at the 051 c
f 1 tit Clair street, near the Einspenslonßridge.
Pittsbnr, h, and at the Depot, Allegheny.
For further Information apply to
JAMES LEFFERTS, Agent,
Federal Street Depot.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not
as sume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing
apparel, and limit their responsibility to One
Hundred Dollars In value. All baggage ex
ceeding tt is amount in value wlltbe anise risk of
the owner, unless taken by special contract.
EDWARD El. WILLIAMS,
apH General. Superintendent. Altoona. Pa.
ITTB
ENLlTioAdDmurgirb
LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN ILLNDLet.OUTE.
CHANGE OF TlHE.—Onland after MONDAY,
April 516th, 1669, trains will leave and arrive at
the Union Depot, as fellows:
Depart.. Arrive.
Mail A:08 a. in. 12:13 a.
Fast Line 9.43 m. 7:13 p. m.
Express • p. m. 433 a. M.
Mixed Acc'n ff:33 a. m. 6:514p.
McDonald's AccM,No.lll:43 a. in. 16:113
Steubenville Accommod. 3:54 p. IL 9:33 3.2 t
MCDOII/ICPII ACOIL. No, 26:18 th is. 3:2 is D. ea,
Sunday Church Train.. -14:58 p. In. 9:36 a. m.
ar.9:33 tra'n will leave daily. •
191:13 P. W. train will arrive daily.
All other trains will run dishy. 9unuays except
ed. The 9:43 a. at. Train makes' close con
nections at Newark tt, r Zanesville.
B. F. SCULL, Ueneril Ticket Agent,
W.W. CARD, Beret., Steubenville, Ohio.
ap2lll
KcITTSBURGH & MIANNZ
x)NNFILLB VILLE
ROAD.
On and after TUESDAY, Noyember, 17th.
trains will arrive at and depart from the
Depot corner of Grant, and . Water streete, at
follows:
Mall to and from Union-
. • 1r:00 A. Y.. 6:011 IL
CZ!
Mae — esportAccomdt , n
Ex. to and from Unt'n. 3:00 P. x. 10:10 A. X.
West Newton Accom'd 4:30 P. x. 8:35 A. K.
Braddoek's Aeocandt , n. 6:15 P. x. 7:50 r. 11(
Night Ac. toldeli , *ort.lo:3o p. x. 6:45 A. X
Bunday Church Train to _
and from West Newton 1:00 P. X.10:00 A.
For tickets apply te. _
E. M. RAYMOND, Agent
W. B. STOUT, Superintendent.
S irxratiZ HILL
UNION. PACIFIC RALLWA;
Eastern Divini.on.
The SHORTEST AND HOST RELL&RI
ROUTE mom the Eut to all points In
Colorado, Nevada,
California, 'Utah,
Washington,
Arizona
New Mesico,
Oregon.
Two Trains leave State Line and LIMITIMWO2 II
daily, (Sunda» excepted.) on the arrival ottrain 3
or pacific Railroad from lit. .Louls. and •Ilanni•
Dal and St. Joe Railroad train Wino, connect.
Die sit Lawrence, Topeka and W amego with
Stilikoil of all points in At end of
track west of Ellsworth with the - UNITED
STATESEXPRES.24_ COMPA NY'S
LINE OY OVER/Aim MAIL AND IEXPEEMI
COACHES FOB
SAI.11"
AND
Au points in the Territories,
, -
And with BANDRRSON% TRI-WEEKLY LIN&
of COACHES for Fort Union, Bent's Fort, peas,
Albuquerqee, Banta Fe, an d all points in Ad
sena and new Mexico.
With the e n dditions of rolling stock
a nd equipment, he arrangements made
with responsible Overland Transportation Lines
from its western terminus, this road now oilers
unequalled facilities for the tranamission of
treight to the Far West.
Tickets foreare at all principa: oillees in
the United Staten and Canada
Be ante and ask for. %haus via THE
HLLLL ROUT& UNION P i IC AY,
USTI= DIVISION.
ANDIERMION t
Clausal Superintends:l
WiggsTsog,..
Slellstir.Puilitht sad ZOOM ag
Bi
Dezart. Arriose.