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ALLEGHENY CATTLE MARKET
Ormuz OF PlTTErstruatt GAZETTE,
MONDAY, Jude 14,
There was a full supply of Cattle on
sale to-day, over eight hundred head,
and the market was a little slow, and
while-prime to extra sold at full prices,
common and medium grades ruled
about a quarter lower.. , :t There was an in-
creased number from Indiana and Ohio
and falling off in the" receipts from Chi
cago, and the great proportion of those
Atm the two first named states, were
grass cattle, and the number of this class
on sale today was unusually large. It
•is usually the case that when grass cat
tle arrive - pretty freely, prices decline,
and the opinion is generally entertained
that the receipts during the next month
or two will tie large, as there are always
large number of cattle in Ohio, Indiana
and Pennsylvania ready for market
about this season of the year.
There were received by rail forty-one
cars, as follows; 29 from Chicago; 3 from
Cincinnati; 2 froni Fort Wayne (Ind.) 3
from Muncy, (Ind.) and 4 from Newark,
" (Ohio.) In addition, there were about
3 ear-loads driven i n from the country,
making a total of 44 car loads on sale, or
allowing 18 head to the car, 792 head.
As will be seen by reference to the re
port of sales, prices ranged from 8®834,
for prime to extra; 7©734; for good to
medium and 5@6 for. stockers.
Carr & McAllister 37 head Ohio grass
cattle, at 5,@)73;.
Smith &, Blue sold 20 head Ohio gras
sers, at 7N@B.
Hazlewood & Blackstock 90 head Ohio
and Illinois cows and steers, at 61:4;18!4.7 ,,
Trautman & Lobman 80 head of Ohio
and Illinois steers, at 7y,@)B3—one extra
steer at 9 cents. •
E. H. Davis sold 18 head Ohio steers
and cows to Tranrman & Lobman, at 7%.
-Greenwald & Kahn sold 37 head good
Ohio grass cattle, at 7®8%; including 9
'head averaging 1,5 0 0 to Andy Ackley; 18
head Chicago steers, at 8.
S. Marks & Bro. 69 head Chicago
steers, at 7®8%.
E Katz & Bro. 33 head Chicago steers,
Rothchilds & Keefer 38 head Chicago
s t ipers, at 5g (§7X.
gLowensteme & Zeigler 50 head; fat
cattle, at 6 1 ,4®7,85.
'Hsas & Kraus 77 head Chicago—stock
ers, at s}g; fat cattle, at 7@)B.
L. Rothchilds sold 18 head of Butler
Co. steers for Sheitemantle, at 634@7,60;
27 Chicago steers at 734@8; 13 head Ohio
grassers, at 634(4734.
M. Verner 36 head Chicago steers, at
P. Hartman 36 Chicago steers, at
J. Needy sold 31 head Ohio steers, at
HolmsC r 'Lafferty & Co. 69 head mixed
stock, at 7,7568,20—0ne at 5%.
SHEEP AND D4vvcs.
There was a fair supply of this class of
stock on sale today, about 1,200 head,
and while the market was rather dull
and weak, prices, compared with last
week, underwent no important change.
We are cognizant of some small lots of
extra having been sold at 6@oy, chs per
pound, but the bulk of the sales were at
from B%@)5X. Lambs sold from 0,50 to
'13,50154 per head.
The market for Hogs continues dull
and prices are nominal at 9®ll eta, in
a retail way, for light to prime heavy
Markets by Telegraph.
NEW YORK, June 14.—Cotton firmer,
with sales of 3,700 bales at 32',0 for-mid
dling uplands. Flour—receipts, 21,962
bbis; heavy and 5o lower, with sales of
6,400 bbls at 54,60@5,10 for superfine
State and western, 55,86@6,25 for extra
State, /5,45@6,25 for extra western. 58,25
@7,25 for white wheat extra, $5,75@6,65
for R.H. 0., 116,50@7,50; for extra St.
Louis, and 58@11 for good to choice do.
Rye Flour quiet at, #1,25®6,25: Whisky
firmer, with sales of 225 bbis vestern at
9913@51,00. Wheat—recelpta, 124.303. ful
ly le better, with an active export
fair home trade demand; salei of 23 ,000
bus at 11,41@1,43 for No. 2 spring tO ar
rive and aft Att, 51,14 for Nos. 1 and 2 do.
mixed, 81,45®1,463,0 for No. 1 do. to ar
rive and afloat, 51,58 for choiCe amber
Michiganin store, 51,23 for common win
ter red western,ll,7o for white California
and Michigan. - Rye scarce and firmer
at about 51,17 for prime Canada in bond.
Corn—receipts of 37,385 bush—opened
dull,and closed heavy, declining; sales of
68,000 bush at 73@950 for new mixed
western via canal, the latter an extreme:
95®970 via railroad; 831@)880 for kiln
dried; 51 for old mixed western in store,
Oats—receipts of 2,725 bush—dull and
heavy; sales of 7,000 bush; 78%®80c for
western afloat. Stock in warehouse :
568,399 bush wheat, 301,162 bushels corn,
518,295 bush oats,- 103.585 bash rye, 168
bush .barley, 37,505 bush peas,,l 101,938
htish malt. Rice dull. Coffee steady.
&agar dull, X° lower; sales of 600 hhds
Cuba at 11%012gic. Molasses dull.
Hops quiet. Petroleum: crude quiet and ,
steady at 17c; relined lower and dull,''
-at 31©31340. Linseed oil quiet.
Turpentine quiet - and steady. Pork
steady; sales of 1,575 bbls at $32,62
(07,75 for new mess; chiefly $32,62 cash:
132,25®37,00 for old do ; /400 ®26,50 for
Arime; 128,12®28,60 fo prime mess; also
250 bbls new mess seller July at- $32,60,
and 750 bbls do at 132,76 buyer June'and
$33,25 buyer July. Beef quiet; sales of
'lBB bbls at &glee for new plain moss.
',Beet hams steady; sales of 185 bbls at; 20
0320. Cut , meats firmer; sales of 170
pkgs at 13®13y‘o. Shoulders 16®17c:
Hams and middles firm and quiet; sales
of 45 boxes Cumberland cut and long oat
hams at 16®16K0. Lard firmer: .sales of
500 Heroes at 18©20o; chiefly 19 3 / 4 ®19X0
for swam. and 20(g24(e for kettle ren
dered. -Butter quiet at 25®824 for Ohio.
Cheese heavy at •11@2030. Freights to
Liverpool active and firm; engagements:`
165,000 bush wheat at Eid - per sail, and 6d
Latutf.—Flour closed heavy and
ing, with a limited 'export demand for
fresh g round low grades of extra. Wheat
a shade -firmer tor/ SPrieg with an active
expert demand at, $1,42'( 0® 1,4,3 for No. 2,
and 11,4601.46 N for No. 1. : Rye quiet
and:• firm at /1, 2 001.22 for western. fiats
dull and heaVy at 78©783t0 for western
afloat: Cciitn lower and heavy atf32@9lMo
fbr good te`prime, western, mixed via ca
-1 na), and'9l®96o via railroad. Pork quiet
at 182,50(4)400 for-new mess,- sales 250
-bbla new mess at $32,50: check Wednes
day. Beef unchanged. Out Meata steady
with fair demand. Lard dull at 193;0
1930 for fair to prime steam. Eggs quiet
CubtLio, . June 14.—Exobange par.
Flour m rket dull and nominall nn
, changed, sales of spring extras at 55®6,
and spring superfine at 54(g44,25. Wheat
• less acti, but prices firmer and 3 (2t,its
higher. closing steady, at 11 1 .,111A for No.
2spring, sales in store at for No. 1,
$ll l / 4 01,11,‘ f6r No-2 and /1,045;®1,05%
for o. 8; during the afternoon the mar
, ket wse firmer, with Wes .of NO. 2at
2 uellar June.. Corn market reason
- soy active and 1'11110,4=m; sales of
•;fP• V 1 4!. 6 0010 2 104 . ..Wcanuri.
fair demand at 63®65c; in the afternoon
nothing was done and No. 2 was nominal
at 59c. Oats nominally unchanged; sales
of No. 2 at 59;@600, closing at 59;4®
59,X Rye moderately active and
steady, at 95®913c for No. 1 and 94c for
No. 2. Barley dull and neglected,
at 51,40®1,45 for No. `• 2 •in store.
Highwines: buyers and, sellers wide
apart in views; the market closed nomi
nal at 92@94c. -Mess Pork quiet but
firm at 333. Sweet Pickled Hams a shade
stronger and higher; sides 750 tierces at
15;4 ®l6c.:, Lard quiet but firm at 18%c
for country. and 19y,,c" for steamed. Bulk
Meats firmer; 25,000 lbs sold at 136 loose
for cash, and 30,060 lbs rough aides at
1634 ti buyer for Jul.y. Freights less active
at 8083443 for corn to Buffalo, and 13c for
wheat to Omega. Receipts: 8,725 bbls
flonn, 69,535 bus wheat, 179,500 bus corn,
40,175 bus oats, 1,429 bus rye, 2,331 hogs.
Shipments: 4,702 bbls f10ur,143,698 bus
wheat, 119,290 bus corn, 85,43 bus oats,
1,544 bus rye, 3,313 hogs.
Sr. Louis, June 14.—Tobacco steady
aiad unchanged. In Cotton and Hemp
there is nothing doing. Flour in good
demand for low grades and firm for su
perfine at 34,25®4,8734; fall extra ss®
5,6234; for ! double extra $5,75@6,50; for
treble extra $7®8,50. Wheat dull and
lower at $1,15®1,35 for prime to choice
fall; 31,50®1,6u for strictly choice to fancy;
51;07®1,10 for prime to choice No. 2
spring; $1,11®1,12 for No. L Corn—
white in good demand and firm; other
grades dull and irregular; mixed in bulk
64@65c; choice white 73@75c; mixed in
sacks 68;4c; yellow 72®74c; mixed white
76@78c; white 80®8334c. Oats firm at
5834®59c in bulk, and 64@660 in
sacks. Rye steady at 93®95c for
prime to choice. Whisky steady. and
firm at 94c. Sugar stronger at 13%@14c
for prime Louisiana, and 14 3.4 ®14;40 for
choice do. Coffee firm at 24®2434c for
prime Rio, 25@2534c for choice,- and 26c
strictly- choice Plantation. Provisions
very firm but not much doing. Pork
advanced to $33,50, but- held higher at
the close. Bacon stiff with an upward
tendency; shoulders sold at 14.3, clear
rib sides 18c; clear sides 18;4c. Lard
advanced to 18%,c; choice country 19e;
city refined at 20;4®20y,c for keg. Cat
tle in good demand at 4®7y,c.. Hogs
quiet at 7®9c Receipts-3,500 bblsfiour
10,600 bush wheat, 16,000 bush corn, 14,000
bush oats, 500 bush rye, 250 hogs.
CINCIENAT; June 14.—Flour dull;
family at $5,50@5,56. Wheat unchanged;
red at $1,15®1,20. Corn firm at 61@63
for ear, 64®66 for shelled. Oats in good
demand; sales of 10,000 bushels at 68®72.
Frye dull at $l. Cotton firm; middlings
at 30. Whisky firmer; sales at, 92®9234,
holders asking 93. Mesa Pork held
firmer at $33, though 3,000 barrels sold
at $32,75. - Lard held at 19;4, with a good
demand at 19. Balk Meats held at 13@
15%, nothing done of importance. Bacon
firm; small sales at 14;;®14;4, but it %gen
erally higher as a rule. Sugar Cured
Hams at 19;4®20;4'. Butter is higher;
fresh 24@28, supply light. Eggs dull at
14®15. No change in Oils. No change
in the money market, Gold at 1383 f,
TOLEDO. June 14.—Flour dull. Wheat:
amber lc better and fairly active, at $1,31
for No. 1; white Michigan, 51,53: No. 1
red, 51,25; No. 2 do, 11,19; No. 3, 51,10.
Corn is a shade lower, with sales of No.
1 at 68c, No. 2 at 660, rejected at 55®55;4c,
and yellow at 70c. Oats -a shade lower,
at 643./®6sc for Michigan, and 63;40 for
No. 2. Rye is dull. ,Receipts-3,500
barrels flour, 15,700 bushels wheat, 31,700
bushels-corn, 10,900 bushels oats, and 300
bushels rye. - Shipments-800 barrels
flour, 2,300 bushels wheat, 3,900 bushels
corn, and 7,600 bushels.oats.
CLEVELAND, June 14.—Flour; there is
nothing !of importance doing beyond
what is required for local trade; prices
are low and very irregular. Wheat—No.
1 red winter held at 11,27, and No. 2 do..
at 81,17. Corn; sales of 1,7u0 bus and 2
cars mixed at 700.. Oats; sales 2 cars at
65c, and 1 car at 6134 c. Rye held at 90®
95c for No. 2; No. 1 do. 1,00®1,05. Pe
trolem: sales of relined at 260 for June
and July In round lots; standard white
in retail lots 2 ®Bc advance.
BALTIMORE, June 14.—Flour dull and
favors buyers. Wheat dull and weak
with sales of red. at $1,50®1,60. Corn ac
tive and advanced; sales , of prime white
at $1.01®1,02; do. yellow 93®94c. Oats
dull at 72®75c. Rye dull at 81,25. Mess
Pork firm _at '838®33,50. Bacon active;
rib sides at 18c, clear rib 18%c, shoulders
15c, and hams 21®22c. Lard firm at 20c.
Whiskey quiet but firm at 98c®$1.
Mumetricisz, June 14.—Flour weak
and nominally 3‘o lower. Wheat quiet
and steady at $1,15% for No. 1, and
$1,11% for No. 2. Oats quiet at 59c for
No. 2. Corn 58@)58%c for No. 2. Rye
firm at 95c for No. 1. Barley dull - and
nominally unchanged. Receipts; 3,000
bbla flour. 109,000 bus wheat, 3.000 bus
oat& Shipments: 5,000 bbls flour, 124,000
bus wheat, 1,600 bus oats.
PHILADELPHIA, June 14.—Flour dull
and weak; spring wheat extra family
$5,70@6,50; Ohio do. s7@B. Wheat quiet
and steady; red $1,40®1,50., Rye offered
at $1,25. Corn firm; high mixed west
era 133@90c.. Oats steady; western 75@
770. Provisions unchanged. Petroleum
quiet; crude 120; refined 31%0. Whisky
sells at 97c@f1,00.
LOUISVILLE, June 14.—Proyisions
stronger. Pork fn. Bacon; clear sides
18%c; clear rib 180; shoulders 14%c
Hams; sugar cured 19a Lard 19c for
tierce. Highwines SI,M sales 159 hhds.
Tobacco 14.90®16,00. Grain week.
Wheat; red $1,10; white $1,20. Shelled
Corn in bulk 65c. gas 67c. Rye 11,20.
Live StocK Markets.
linw YORK, June 14.—Totals for the
week 7,366 cattle, 98 fresh cows, 2,914
calves, 25,970 sheep and lambs, and 27,-
600 hogs. The total of cattle is very large
and with 3,360 on sale to-day in a - heavy
rain the market was slow at scarcely the
rates of Friday. The decline is fully No
for the week, and most of the cattle were
sold. The weather clearing up la the af
ternoon trade. improved , towards the
close. • - The , . was . medium,
the most of the cattle being from
Illinois which farnished 6,800 during
the week, Texas gave 260 and Miesourt
the. same.,. Alexander sent 1,128 head.
His 7,00 today, aold for, 14@16c, very few
above 144 c; a lot of SM, cwt Texas
brought 18c, with 90 still fed Illinois, 6%
cwt. ,at i1434c; the bulk of sales- were
from 14 to WO, • averaging 14%o; fresh
cows sell slowly at 160 to 190 for cow and
calf; fat calves are worth 11@120; thin
7®8,)i0. Sheep are a glut again and not at
all belling; there are 80 cars to 8,800 on
the market today; prices are •lAo lower
than a /week ago; it is taking very
fine .sheep to bring , , 7 cents; thin
are worth • 5303 and • good • 63ict
a car, of extra 94 lb ' Indiana' sheep
brought 734 a; a car of 93 lb 7c; '
,a lot of
90 lb 6 3 / 4 0, with a car of 72 lb. Ohio at
5N0., Lambs slower at •12 to 18 M c, a lot
or 521 b selling at the latter price, with
sonic of 54 lb State at 12e. • Hogs are
pouring in; 88 cars-have arrived and
10.170 head .are arriving to-day; dressed
advanced to 124 on • Saturday, but are
11%0 today;, live `brought IN_ to 9Xcl,
with a oar of prime 222 lb Illinois at 10c,
and a oar of 198 lb at 9rn
PHILALDELSHLA.. June 14.—Beef tattle
dull and unsettled and rather lower;
Ma l o ll- 1 1 8 0 head at 9x1019,i0• for extra
western steers, B(@9c for lair to good and
73t0 for gross common Sheep: a fai r de-.
sales 19 h 0 V 414 . at SONG PPP
:1 - P7r •7 !`' . l I
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: TUESDAY. JUNE 15, 1889.
lead at 112@)12,50 for slop, and.
for corn per , evit.
CHICAGO, June 14.—Cattle in good local
and shipping request; prices 101515 c low
er; $4,87%@5,80 for butchers stock, and
ifti,55@7,35 for fair to shipping . steers.
Hugs arm and active at opening, but
quiet and weak towards close; 08,75©
9,30 for good to choice.
- The river is rising slowly, under the
influence of the recent rains, add last
evening the Monongahela marks indi
cated five feet. Weather continues
cloudy and - warm with indications of
The Maggie Hays from St. Louis, and
Julia No. 2 from Zanesville, are the only
arrivals we have to report, while the
New State for Wheeling, was the only
By dispatch from Capt.. Thoa. S. Cal
hoon, we learn that the ateamer Sallie
arrived at Benton, Saturday, forty-eight
days from St. Louis, double trip from
The "Messenger from Minneapolis, Is
among the first boats due.
The Kate Putnam, R. C. Gray and
Camelia, are laid 4 up. It is not likely,
however, that they will continue quiet
very long. •
The Maggie Hays will make a trip to
Cincinnati and Louisville..
The Allegheny was stationary at Oil
,City yesterday with 25 inches in the
channel—heavy rains there, as here, on
Saturday night and Sunday.
—Captain George E. Wilkinson has
taken command of the Dora in the Red
River trade. •
—Captain Dave Asbury, of the Andy
Johnson, has been presented with a gold
headed cane by the citizens of Keokuk.
—The hull of the old Cottage No. 2 has
been converted into a salt barge,' and is
owned by John L. Charles, of Point
—The Judge Fletcher was sold last
Tuesday to J. M. Peterson, a well=knewn
coal merchant, of New Orleans, who in
tends to build a side wheel steamer for
for the lower coast trade, and will use
the Fletcher's machinery.
—A new hull for the machinery of the
Ada Lyon has been contracted for at
Evansville by the Green and Barren
River Navigation Company.
The Glendale was to have left St. Louis
for Pittsburgh on Saturday.
—We clip the following from the -St.
Louis Republican of Saturday: The Wan
aniti, after repeated "bells" for depart
ure, finally got off last evening.` The .
Bengal Tiger arrived with a large tow of
ice, etc.' She also had in tow the fore
and aft schooner, of which we gave a de
scription in yesterday's edition. This
is the first through sea-golng vessel that
will leave St. Levis. • She is already
loaded, and will probably leave for New
Orleans on Monday. The St. Joseph
goes through to Girardeau this trip. The
Glendale will take the shafts of the
fated Carrie Kount7. to Pittsburgh where
they will be - placed in the new boat
which Commonore Koontz is buildibg
at that point.'
—The officers of the Liberty] report
the Annte Laurie suuk in Kanawha in a
bad conditition. There are two feet of_
water upon her decks. but she can prob
ably be raised when the river falls.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CRI
- June 12.-8 cars pig iron
Nimick & Co;- 7do do, Bryan &C; i 5 do
do, Superior Mills; 1 do ao, Robison &
Rea; 1,200 aks, 300 bbla flour, T CJen
kins; 100 do do, Wilson dr. Son; 18 do
cullett, Campbell, Jones dc Co; 5 bdls
spouts; Adler .dr, Co; 5 cases lye, Penns
Salt Co; lot of shipstuff, Robb & Herron;
16 bbls eggs, Voigt,
M & Co: 4 do do, 3.
do bacon, 7; pails butter, 11 Rea. Jr. 3
plows Hall & Spear; 66 tes hams, Sel
lers drCo; 11 bat, cheese, WoodwOrth &
D; 36 do jars,W Little; 32 do, Bennett &
F; 1 car raes, .W W Wallace; 5 bdls
iron, I Jones; 37 aks rags, M'Cullough, S
& co; 60 bra cheese, N J -Braden; 25 do
do, 15 reams paper, Godfrey &C; 4 bbls
eggs, Morrison dr. D: 2 do bacon, Little
et Baird; 45 Elks rags, Pitts Paper Co; 1
car middlings, J Dorrington; 1 do -reap
ers, W F Bostwick; 2 do stone,
Church; 2do do, J Hinchliff; ldo do, J
L L Knox.
Cr.svELAND AND Prrrantrnan /Um-
ROAD, June 14.-4 cars limestone ore,
Reese, Graff & Dull; 2 cars iron ore,
Bryan & Caughey; 12 glind stones, Lip
pincott &K; 147 hf bbls herring, J S
Dilworth; 40 bbls lard, Dithridge & Son;
1 car lumber, R P Burgan; 2 cars lime
stone ore, Zug & Co; 3 do iron ore Shoen
berger, Blair di Co ; 199 aks oats, McHen
ry&Hood; 50 bbls lime,_ Pitts Manufac
turing Co; 9 coils rope, lot iron, Godfrey
& Clark: 7 bra cheese, A &J Kerr; 10 bat;
cheese, Watt, Lang dr, Co; 30 bdls bows,
Thos Hare dr, Bro; 7 bbls dry paint BaL
Fahnestock dr Co; 2 cars stone, J L L
Knox; 4 bbls buckwheat flour, Totten &
Co; 190 empty oil bbls, C A Wormoastle;
13 bge grain, Fleming & Bro; 1 bbl cop
per, J Dunlap.
ALLEGHZINT 'IAMBI' Kuralos% Jane
13.-57 aks corn, 82 do oats, Scott..
car stone . Henderson & Co; Ido pig
iron, Rees, Graff dr. Co; 11 eks rye, Veigt.
M & Co; teas lime, D L Reynolds; 1 do
grain, Martin B t Co; 2 do pig iron,
Lyon, Shorb & Co; 1 ba hardware, J
Dunlap; 8 bbls whisky, M'Cullongn, S 6c
Co; 4 do cantle coal. Boston Gaslight Co;
2 cars pig iron, H Woodsides; 1 do do, 'J
Painter & Sons; 128 skis rye, W INVKim
PITTSBURGH CINCINNATI AND ST.
LOUIS RAILROAD. JUDO 18.-20 tea
hams, Dalzell & T; 35 do do, J 11 Parker,
6do do, 43 Mitchell; b do do, Drape & R;
1 car oats, ki Hood; 3 aks wool, W Bar
ker; 21 do potatoes, J Cook; 52: do do, J
Getty; _ 8 grain drills, J 0 Wilson; 58
bales cotton, H B & Co; lot metal, Mit
chell, S & Co; 20 aka oats, F Schild.
Aw.saitsity STATION, June 14.-2
cars staves, J M 'Hemphill; 2 do do,
Ralya & R obertson; 7do limestone, Su.
perior Iron Co; Ido lime, .1 A.bdell; 1 do
metal, Lindsay & MoCutcheon; 8 bga
seed, ra B Suydam; 6 tuts ink, W H Brill
it Co; 5 kgs peal, Moon & Bro; 16 bbls
flour, R M Jlenkins.
!MEETINGS AND SA.TTING
HOLIKEN, BELL & CO.,
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS
Main tsaturers of REA.Vit MEDIUM and LIGHT
Machine iltone Works,
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IMPORTS BY RAILROAD
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VPPER MI SISS IPPI.
NORTHERN LINE PACKETS;
St. Lo sto Keokuk and St. Paul,
. AND ALL INTERMEDIATE PORTS. \
One of i e splendid Sidewbeel Steamers ottlas
Line will cave St. Louis da ly for Keok uk.Dtveti
pert, Du D uque, Winona, htillwaterann St. Paul.
Throug4 receipts tot Freight and Passengers
wilt be g yen to all points oh the Upper Mi,sis
sissippliltt steamers running from this port and
connecil g with the Northern Line Packets at
Si, Louis thus enabling consignees to get their
Freightthrough without delay and at lowest
rates. A ply to JOHN FLACK,
J. D. COLLIN GWOOD,
Agtnts, or to
R. C. GRAY,_
91 Water street.
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stmt. mot 0rtt...0 Stvevt. daily at 12 M., WED
NESDAYS and SATURDAYS,
GREY itABLd. - U. L. BREWNAN, Master.
/freight will be received at all noun by
• .lA.MES COLLINS.
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J. L. LPILLLNGSJi.... .... A* E. STLYINSON •
DIMMER & STEVENSON,
DISTILLERS AND DEALERS IN .
Pure Rye Whiskies.
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, &C.,
No. 87 SeOOnd Avenue - ,
ap2o • PITURURGH,
Es;f:ABV Iti:F D BY A. & T
W. N. GORMLY,
No. 271 Liberty Street,
(Dtpicrx.: Orr. EAGLE HOTZL,)
H. EITEILIC J. A. STEN.I.I.
.s(ic STEELE & SON,
AND DEALERS IP
VIANCYII., GERAiN,Firmir), aye,
91 01110 STEEZI. near Ban CommoN
ALLEGHENY CITY. PA.
W. C. ARMSTRONG,
Successor to Fetzer & Armst - ong,
PRODUCE CONNISSION 3ERCHANT,
No. 25 MARKET STREET.
PETER *KEIL JAB. T. RICTUS'S
KEIL & RITCIELMT, _
YLOOB, GRAIN, REEDS; 'MILL FEED, ic.,
349 Liberty St., Pittsburgh,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 396 PENN
Wholesale Grocers, Co ~
TriDealers in Produce,- Pi
Fish, Carbon and Lard 011,
Cotton Yarns and all r"Ltsb
generally, WI . and at i L. .1
Pittsburgh. • 1
JOAN aritrroN WALLACZ
§IIIIPTON&WAL CE Whole
SALE GROCERS AND ' ROD CUE DELL
. No. 6 SIXTH STREET. Pittsburgh.'
JOHN I. HOUSZ—EDIV. HODS —.WM. H. OIIBZ.
_TOHN I. HOUSE &BROS., Sue.
u cessors to JOHN I. HOUSE I CO., Whole.
.alacrocers and Commission Merchants, Cor
ner of Smithfield and Water Streets. Pittsburgh.
• CONTROLLER'S OFFICE.
CITY OP ALLEGHENY, June 7. 1869. -
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
thisS O EALE D
t P iI RPOS Io A c LS
rwd.l b n e
TUESDA Y, t
June lath, 1809, for grading and paving the
following streets and alleys, viz:
Montgomery alley, from .Isortli alley soutll7 ,
ward, ad ward.
Market street from Washington .venue to Wal
nut street, reserving central space or foxy feet.
where width is ninety feet and over, ath and GUI
Fayettetreet from . Fulton street to Beaver
avenue; O nward.
Carpenters alley from Pine street to Un,on al
ley, Sth ward.
Also, for grading only, Evans alley, north of
Nixon street, 6th ward.
Also, for paving only. Blossom alley, between
O'Hara street and Peach alley, 3d ward. 4
apecidestlons ran be seen In the °Mee of Chas
Davis, Esq., city Engineer .
W. M. PORTER,
jeStkal . Controller.
SEALED PROPOSALS. '
- SEALED.PROPOSALS will be received at the
once of the Water Committee mail 7 o'clock,
TUESDAY EVENING; JUNE 15th, 11359, for
layin g go, 15, 39,.10,; 13 and , 6 inch Bids
will be received for d,lgging,•ailing an d rimming
the trenches for the pipe, by the cubic yard or by
the lineal foot of pipe laid for the digging of
tronches,laying pipd and making all connections
at cross streets. -
'tor setting and connecting ere pings, separate
bids till be received.
For faritiet Infonnatlon apply to
DYER AND SCOURER,
DYER AND SCOURER.
No. a BT. CTLaArit SITIWEVII"
And NOS. 185 and 187 Tided Stree4
• • Plirrsittrken.
PCARL AIIIIG-4111 looks formals
liK M 1 _ ',
AND DEALNNS IN
Bacon is ( Ttri s s e r:
• CON STREET,
~ -. .-i:iP ;11!iml ~p
MIS CELL ilk NEOUS.
L EGsti ,
The - Artificial - Limb 'Manufacturing CO.
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF PENNA.
All Shareholdrrs are Men Wearing the
Zambia Made by the Company.
To those requiring a limb we' would say that
our own experience has induced us to establish a
factory herd that world make a comfortable and
durable Ilitib for a reaaonoble prire. Aft. r try-
Ing a number of solid secket and padded socket
hale each found mo re comfort and use.
fuiness in 'this "ADJUd LIABLE LACEINO
POCKET" than in any otlimmaite in the coun
try. line of lour number, a skilled mechanic. has
charge - f the shop. We have bought the right to
use two of the best patents, and by our experi
ence we holm to improve in every way that will
add to the coinfort,duraldrity or appearance of the
limbs we make. We have put the price of our
new legs ati dBO. Persons from a distance are
only detained In the city while the measure and a
castor the ll:tiered limb is taken.
9 he saving to purchasers, arc compared with
Eastern prices. is from Cao to $95 in the price
of legs; t least 520, railroad fare, hotel bills
and other traveling expenses, and then we are
satisfied that our limb mat give better eat Wactson
than any one made in New York or Philadelphia.
It we can get orders,we can maintain our factory
at the above price, and we therefore ask an ex
amination before going elsewhere. •
We make to ,order and ken' on hand a supply
of stockings; bntces , and appliances for Injured
01 deformed limbs, also, erutones, trusses, shoul
der braces, 4-e. I For further nformation cr cir
cular, contarning many testrinoulal letters from
those who.have worn our artificial limos. address
AHT , FICI AL LIMB MAN ur ACTURING CO.,
NO. 503 PENN tfl BEET, between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth; Plttsourgh.Pa, • aplathaS TrnT
BINKREPTEY MED OE
rthe bearer, on presentation,
to TWO DOLLARS abatement on a
• ;Cult ptirchase of $25.00 at the great
!cheap clotlibig house of
. _ORI4INAL BIG NUMBER 11,
Sixth Street, late St. Clair.
at by this establishment, but falr
ail! Call and be convinced. Ail
nly marked by printed cards, at
',EST CASH PRICES,
onemay be deceived. Remember
'original big number 11, lIXTH
to St. Clair.
So that no
.COUNTERFEITS OP THIS!
I' S. G. TRAIIKILMAN.
Restores Igray. and -faded Hair to "its
ORIGINAL COLOR, removes Dandruff;
CERES ALL DISEASES OF THE SCALP,
Nrevents ',BALDNESS, arid makes the halc
grow Soft, Glossy and Luxuriant.
KM and $1,50 per BA& Each Battle is a Neat Paper Box.
4 PreparCd by SEWARD, BENTLEY
&CHENEY, Dru,ggista, Buffalo. N.Y. Sold
by ali . Drei,ggist.s.
I have in store and am constantly receiving
direct from manneteturers, a complete assort
ment of BUILDER" HARDWARE. whleh I
offer for sale on as fair terms as any house In the
eltv, together with a fine assortment of CUT
LERYr GUNS and REVOLVERS. Also, the
bast selection of MECHANICS' T 001.13 ,4 com
prising allithe latest and best improvements
known to the trade.
I have ni factory In full operation as Ilona%
and am prepared to do all kinds of lob work the
same as before the fire of the :ad of February,
such as grlr ding razors. scissors. knives, put
ting in knife blades, and repotting all kinds of
ight mochitiery. ,
• JAMES GOWN ,
NO. 136400 D STREET, PITTSBURGH.
'Also,Agent for Gressitope , s famous BIAGIO
LINEN BI#SKER, th'e greatest novelty In the
world. . te27e7y
HOLTZW & ,WIEDEBROLD
'No; 100 Third Avenue,
Upholsters and Dealers in Curtain Goodsi
Dirert the attention of their friends and the
public to their finely assorted stock of
Lace' and Nottingham cattail's Vestibule
.Laces, DaMask Reps, Ferry's Mexican cloth,
Satin, Relines; Gilt Cornices, Gilt and Walnut
Mouldings Spring Beds of superior mike, Ham
Matrasses pure No htte hair.) Pillows. Bolsters,
andleyerytiting pertaining to a flrst•class bed.
The latest Paris and Berlin designs for Draperies
atthe inspection or their customers. Pure whl to
Eastern B } ow Feathers always oa hand.
HOL ULAN & ViIIKDERHOLD
NO. 00 THIRD AVENUE.
110:0FING SLATE OF VARIOUS
Qualities and Colors.
P l artlctilitr attention given to laying Slate
repairing*Late roots. .6 or partic u lars and pris es
• J, S. NEWMTER,
No. 43 Sevenlll. Avenge,
81:g5 PiTTBATTRGII. PA
.11,11f1DIG INK WOREM.
Blueit and Colored Printing & Lithograpliir
•' ' '
INKS, VILIINI&EtzutiI, &CI.
InirrY Read, 88d Street,
,TEWAIIT ROST. H. PATilinSo24.
H. PATTERSON- Si> . CO..
-i. • i
NTH AVENUE WHITT T.
1869; * *
FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO
1. W. and CLEVELAND &PITTSBURGH R. It.
From May 9th, 1889 trains will leave fn
and arrive at the Union Depcd, north side, Pitt,-
burgh city time, as follows:
Chicago to I
Erie & Yzn Ev.7:28 a m I
Cl. M , 15:15 a m
ChicagO'Diail..6:sB a m
Chicago Ex....9:43 a m
Cl. & ANWit Ex 2:oB.par,
chicago Ex.. 2:23 pin
VI 'e Ir. Erie Ex4:3B pm,
Bea , r ic:slis &O.8:58 a m
Leetsdale'" 10:03 a m
" .11:58 aln
Rochester " 1:28 p m
Enon " .3:58 pm,
Leetsdale Acc.B:l3 pm
Bea.rFalls " .8:13 pm
Leetsdale "10:43 P m
Fair Dalai Bun
day Church. 1:13 p m
alf• 2:23 p. m. Chicaf
12'03 P. tn.ChiCa
J. M. KIMBALL,
Clean Ticket Anal
LEGNEINY VALLEY UAILEOAD,
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE' 'TO' THE OIL
REGIONS WITHOUT CHANGE OF OAKS.
On and after MONDAY, June 14U1,11569 TWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY lexcept Sunday)
will leave Pittsburg) Depot, corner of Elev
enth and Pike streets, for Franklin, on city, Buf
falo, and all points to tI e 011Begione.
I.I,AVE: piTTABITIMIL. lARRIV IN PITTOBUIIGIE
Day Ex 6:00 ain Day Ex 5:15 p m
Night Ex:... 7:30 pm NightEx 6;31) am
Brady's BAc 3 OS p m Bradys B Ac 111:15 a ntt
Freeport Ac 9:40 a m ittsodaW,ilts 7:40 a m
*Ad SodaW'ks 6:30 p mlFt eeport Ac. 6:11 p m
let Hutton... 6:45 a m Ist Button.. al:50 ain
2d Hu1t0n...12:00 zn 12d Halton... 111:00 p m
3d Hutton... It:00 pm 3d Halton— 1:05 p'm •
Arnold's Ac. 5:00 p m Arnold's Ac. 7:40 p
Churon train to'and from Soda Works leave
Ptltstrurgh a?; 1:10 P.. H. Arrive at Pittsburgh,
(Sundays, )519 50A. M.
Express trains stop only at principal points.
Accommodation rains stop at all stations
J.J. LAWRENCotten't Sup't.
THOMAS M. KIN G, Ass't. bit"
rAENN SIM VA
NIA CENTRAL ItAILMIRMS
D. On and after April 25th. 11 1 69, Trains
will arrive at and depart from the Union Depot.
corner of Washington and Liberty streets, as
Mall Train.... 1:28 am
Fast Line..... 1 45 am
Wall's No. 1.. 6 20 am
BrintonAcc`n. 7:50 am
Wall's No, 2.. 8:50 am
Cincinnati: Ex.9:10 am
Johnstown Ac10:35 am
How'd Ac Nol 1:16 pm
Pittsh , gh Ex. 1:30 pm
Piffle. Expressl:so pm
Wall's No. 2...21:50 pm
Braddock Ac.. 5:50 pm
How'd Ac Not 9:35 put
WalPs No. 4. .7:510 pm
Way Easen'r 10:20 pm
*These trains make clo
burg for Baltimore,
The Church Train leavesWidle Station every
Sunday at 9:05 a. at., reaching Pittsburgh
10:05 a. m. - Re turning, leaves Pittsburgh •
12:50 p. rn. and arrives at Walls Station
'Cincinnati Express leaves daily. Ail otite
tratrs daily except Sunday.
FOr further inibrmation applyto
W. H. BECKWITH, Agent.
snme any risk:forßaurgage, except for weariness
parel,and limit their responsibility to One Hun
are. Dollars in value. Ali Baggage %exceeding
'that amount in value will beret the risk of the
owner. SWAMI tiken . bir enectal.contract.
ap26 ' General Superintendent, Altoona, ra.
.ROAD.—On and after April 25th, 1869, the
Passenger Trainton, the.Weriterrn.PennsylvanlA
Rai road will arrive at and depart from the
Peder.l Street Depot, Allegheny City.lol follows:
Arrive. _ .De z . ecrrt. .
Springd'e No16:40 a m 7:00 a ea
Freeport No.18:20 a m Freeport No. l 9:90,re
Express 10:40 a m Sharpb , g Not 11:20 am
Sharpb`g No.11:20 p m Express . 2:50 pm
Freeport No.3 , 1:00 pm Springd'e No13:30 pm
Mall 5:50 p m Freeport No.25:110 p
Springd'e N026:90 m SoringePe No 26•30 Dna
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday. -
The Church Train leaves .Allegheny Junction
even dunday at1:110 a. in., reaching. Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. in. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City .at 1:20 p. In. and arrive at Allegheny June..
tlon at 3:40 p. m.
COMBILITATIoII Ticiorrs—Tor sale In package s
of Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut
street. Herr's, Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and
Sharpsbnrg and good onl on the trains stopping
at Stations specilled on t ickets. •
'Me trains leaving. Allegheny City at T:00 a.
mienake direct connection at Freeport withWal.
leer's line of Stages for Butler and Hannah:: town.
Through ttelreta may be purchased at tbe Otter.
No. 1 St. Clair. street, near the Suspension Bridge.
Plttsbur. h, and at the. Depot,'Allegkeey.
Por further lnlbrmatlon a_pply to
JAMES LEFFERTS, Agent.
Federal Street Depot.
The Western Pennsylvania. Railroad will not
aisume any risk for Baggage, except for wearing
apparel, and limit their responeibillty to One
Hundred Dollars in value. All baggage er
ceeding this amount in value willbe at the risk of
the Owner. unless tatern by special contract.
EDWARD H. WiLLI..A.IOI,
ap2B . General Superintendent, Altoona. Pa.
CINCINNATI • Al ? ]) •
. LOUIS RAILWAY. •
PAN HANDLE ROUTE,.
CHANGE OP TIME.--0/1 and after MONDAY,
April 26th, ,1859, trains will leave and arrive at
Dm, Union Depot, ASlbUows:
, Depart. Arrive.
Mall 3:08 a. in. 114:13k. in.
Past Line " 943 a. in: 7:13 p. m
Express 3:33 p. in. 4:33 a. In.
Mixed Acc'n 5:33 a. m. p. m.
McDonald's Aco'n,No.lll:43 a. mi 8:18 a. m..
Steubenville Accommod. 3:58p.m. -9:33 a. in
McDonald's Ace'n. N 0.2 IS ;11 , 1 D. Di. :1•IGI n. It,
hunday Church Train..l3:sBp,M. 9:58 a. in.
MT 3 i 33 P. X. tra'n will leave daily.
- P. X. train will arrive daily.
All other trains will run daily. rtunuays except..
ed.. :The 9:43 a. in. -Train makes close con
nections al Newark 'tar Zanesville.
. ; SCULL, GeneratTicket Agents
CARD, Bupr6, titertbeuvUle. Ohio.
sown LLB 71 LA.
•.. _ - ,
On and after TURSDAY, November, 17th.
1651, trains will arrive at and depart from the
Depot corner of Ow it and. Water streets, ss
,I.lepart. • . Arrives:
Mail to and from Union
town 7:00 , a. x. 6:00 P. -
MoßeesportAccomdt 9 n 11:00 A. sa. 2:05 r. M.
Ex. to from Unt'n.. 3:00 - r. 10: (0 A. M.
West Newton Accom'd 4:30 i. M. 6:35 A. M.
Braddock's Accomdt'n. 5:15 P. X. 7:50 P. M
Night Ac. toldelOsport.lo:3o P. M. 6:45 A. IC •
Banda Church Train to •
and from West Newton /MO P. M. 10:00 A.
For tickets apply to :
M. RAYMOND, Agent
W. B. STOUT, Superintendent. no2o
S' M Z HILL
SON PACIFIC . ' ktilIVA
The , SHORT FEST AND MOST PELIAJ3I
BAJLITE mom Me Santos!. -rooms N.
Taro Trains leave State lane and Lelvenw rte
daily, (Sundays excepted:loci (be arrival or Ira. I
of pacific Itallroad:trom nt. Louts, and
bat and St. Joe Baliroad from Quincy, connect
/ay at, LawrearA. Topeka and , Wasnego 'wit)t
for all pota In Kansas. Al end of
traik welt of Eanyforitt 'with Uwe ,UNITED"
eV Tics szessBB - cum PAN Yilit DAILY
LINE OY OVKILLAIM CND, =PRESS
I).oPrWitin; Ea.t.x.a• i.A.s...umi
• ' • AND
AU Point 1
li in.the Territories,
And with BANDBMON t - TRI44 I I4BLY LIAM
of COACHICB fi e ll'ort 7./blon, Bent's Yon , Falai
Anuquerqse, St* Be. and all points In Art.
sons and new nico., 1 , .-- . , ./ . • -,,
With the reth a additions orralllng . stook
and eqUipmep , and 'the .srmagerneuts made
wItN I ettponath VOverland'Tninsportation Lints
a l ed western terminus, thin road flaw ellera
unequa' Wattles for the tnumluin of
*relent to, the: ar , Wen,' - , ,„,,,, i . „ ,
Tickets ter s e at all the principle (aces Ls
the United li and Bands. , . . , .. _
Be sure an ask for Brkets via THE, , AIONII
HILL WHIT eIONION - Pk= IC , BAILWey,
0> - . • ,'., ,s 1! A: Aiininusatini,
Cblealro Ex.. 1'59
Wheeling Ex 10:48a ta
tonls Ex 7:oBn m
Cleveland Ex 3:53 p
Erie & Ygti , Es S: O SPIn
Wh s g ExO:S3PM
I Arrive en Alleirngul,
!Leetsdale Ac..0:58 am
Bea'r Falls " 8:38 ant
INew Castle "10:33 am
Enon " 9:13 ant
1 eetsdaie " 1:08 par.
Bea'r Valls " 2:43 pin
Leetsdale " 4:33 nu&
Pair Oaks Sun-
day tAntrch. 9:58 sin
:0 Express leaves daily.
•e Express arrives daily.
J. N. rericuLLouGH
I *Day Express.. A:l5 am
Boutnern Ex.. 4:a U am
Wail's No. 1.. 0:30 am
SIMI. Train, 8:164M
HoaodAa ol ILU :20 am
.Clnctn'tl Ex 1%:30
Wall's No. 2.. 11:51 am
Johnstown Ac. 3:05 pm
Braddock') Ac. 3:40 tra
Phila. Express 4:201m
Wall's No. 2.. 4)sopm
WalPs No. 4.. 5:05 pm
Fast Line. ..
How'd Ac14)2.8:20 pm
Wall's .N 0.5.. 11:00 um
• connection a: Hants-
New Malice, Idaho,
Ele , Leral espertntenden