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P Trz'SBUROB MARKETS.
OFFICE OF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
FRIDAY, July 23, 1869.
littisiness generally, continues quiet,
and there are no indications at present
of any immediate. improvement. It is
a noticeab e fast that the receipts of
flour are r markably small, and at no
time, perk ps, within the past twelve
months has the supply in this market
been eo much reduced as at present.
This is owing to the fact that it fa rela
tively lower here than in'the . west, most
of the dealers ara nearly sold out, and
they cannot replace it at present prices.
Grain, also, of all kinds is scarce and
firm, And provisions continue to tend
upward. There Is a continued good de
mand for raw sugars, as the time for
nutting up small fruits has arrived,.and
compared with last week the market
is firmer. Apples, Peaches and Berries
have commenced to arrive pretty freely.
Voigt, Mahood Co., received fbrty
two bushels of Blackber„ries - fro , m LOIIiR
-villa, Kentucky, and disposed of them
readily at $4@4,50 per bushel.
The Chicago Tribune slys: There was
was a total amount of all kinds of grain
in store here at the commencement of
business on Monday morning last, of
1,653,740 bushels, against 1,554.844 bush
els the correnonding period. last wcek,
1,554,652 bushels two weeks ago, and
1,938,512 bushels one year ago, The re
ceipts here exceed the shipment of
wheat during the week, by 103,018 bush
els, and oats, 17,707 bushels; while the
shipments here exceeded the IT 7.eipts of
corn by 13,145 bushels, and rye 8,604
bushels. Total increase of the amount
in store during the week, 98,186 bushels.
APPLES—Scarce and in good demand
with sales of fair at $3(44 per bbl, and
choice at $4,50@5.
BUTTER—Good to prime is selling
in a mauler way at 20@25. -
BEANS—SaIes at $1,75@2.
BROOMS—Quoted as follows: No. 5
$6,50; No. 4 $6: No. 3 $5, No. 2, plain,
4;4,50, and market firm.
CHEESE—SaIes Western Reserve, at
15; Hamburg, at 16; Factory, at 17; and
Goshen, at 18.
CARBON OIL—Is dull but unchang
ed: sales of 50 or 100 barrel lots, at 27@
28. and in small' lots. 29@30.
DRIED FRUlT—Peaches have still
further declined, and holders are anx
ious to realize and close out. We now
quote at 7@B for quarters ' and 12@13 for
prime halves. Apples 10@12e, as to
FLOUR—There is no improvement to
note in the demand, and while the mar
ket is quiet and firm with an exceedingly
_light supply, prices remain unchanged.
Sales in store at f6,50@7,00 for Spring
Wheat brands, and $7,00 ®7,25 for NV inter
GRAlN—Wheat on spot is in steady
milling demand with'eales at $1,35©1,40.
Oats do not go off as readily as dealers
generally anticipated, and with a fair
supply; and only a moderate demand,
prices remain unchanged-68®69, by the
car loan, and 70,572 for small lots in
store. Corn is firm and very scarce; last
sales of mixed at 90 --nrime Yellow
quoted at 95. Rye nominal at $1,email@example.com.
RAY—Baled is scarce and may be
quoted at $25@27, for good to strictly
HEMP—Last 'sales at 5205.
HUSKS—SaIes at 2%@3 cts per pound
LlME—Cleveland Lime is quoted a
*2,50, per bbl, and Common White at
LARD OlL—,Sales of No. 2, at $1,15@
1,18 and No. .1 At I,4iggisl,4B
POULTRY—SaIes or spring chick.
ens,bvthe coop, at 60@65c per pair.
PPATOES—In good supply and dull
—sales at $1,50©2,00 per bbl.
PROVISIONS—Market firmer and
prices tending upward. Shoulders, lo;
Ribbod Sides, 173;@18;, Clear Sides, 19;
Plain Hams, 19; Sugar Cured Hams, 22M
4@23; Sugar Cured Shoulders, 17; Dried
Beef, 21@22. Lard, 20V t ®20M in tierces
and 21 in kegs. Mess Pork, $333.
PEANUTS—SmaII sales at 12.
SALT—Allegheny River brands are
quoted, by the car load, at §1,75©1,80.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, July 23.—Cotton lower;
sales of 275 bales at 333,M34c for uplands.
Flour is 10®15o better and more doing;
sales of 14,600 bbls. at 35,35@5,95 for State
and western, f 6,3516,90 for extra State.
$6,10@7,00 for extra western, 87,05@7,35
fore white wheat extra, $6,50@7,15 for
R. H. 04 $7,00@7,50 for common to fair
extra St. Louis $8,00(g)10,00 for good to
choice do., closing firmfincluded in riles
were -4,500 bbls for export and spc :ulation
at $6,60®6,80 for extra State, $.6,15@6,50
for extra western: Oregon quiet at $B,OO
@MO; California is rather more steady;
sales of 350 bbls. at $6,60@9,00; receipts,
6,716 bbia. Rye Flour firm; salca of 45E/
_34,50@4,75. Whisky is' firmer,
and more active; sales of 600 bbls. western
• at 81,0535©1,06 for Irve. Wheat is fairly
active and 3@4e better; salco of 133,000
bush. at g,53@1,55 for No. 2 spring, $1,57
11,58 for No. 1 no., 81,55®1,57 for winter
red western, $1,55©1,60 for red amber.
Delaware, 31.5911,60 for amber lifichigail
and State, $1,70 for red amber Tennessee,
$1,70@1,75 for white California; receipts,
165,177 bush. Rye quiet. Barley and
Barley Malt duff and nominal. Corn;
- receipts,.76,4s3 bus.; Corn is without any
change; sales of 83,000 bush. at 80@97c, for
unsound new - mixed western, 31,03©1,05
for unsound do., $1,06@1,07 for small par
cels db.; $1,07@1,68 for western yellow.
Receipts of Oats were 26,672 bush.; prices
I@2c. better; sales 61,000 bush. at 82@
83c. for western in store; 84@86e. afloat..
Coffee easier; sales 950 bags Rio on private
terms. Sugar firm; sales 180 hhds. at
11%01230. for Cuba; 12©12Mc. for Porto
Rico. Molasses steady; sales 110 hhda.
Musoovada at 25c. Hops steady at 101
17c. for American.. Petroleum firm at
17c, for, crude; 32e, for refined: Linseed
Oil dull at 97c.(01; in casks. Spirits
Turpentine quiet at 42@43c. Provisions:
Pork quiet and steady; sales 500 blobs. at
.$32,75@32,87 for new mess; $32 for old do.;
$26,50@)27,75 for prime; $28,5U©29,25 for
prime mess. Beef steady, with sales 125
bbls, at sB©l6 for new plain ,mess; $12,00
@lB,OO for new extra mess. Tierce beef
nominal at $20,00@25,00 prime mess, and
$25@30 India mess. •Beef hams quiet,
sales of 80 bbls. at $26,00®30,00. Cut
meats dull, sales of 10 pkgs. at 13%@14c.
for shoulders and 16@19c. for hams.
Middles quiet, sales of 85 boxes ice cured
at 16c. Lard heavy and drooping, sales
of 350 tierces at 17151930. for steatn and
19%,@19 7 ,40. for kettle rendeied. Butter
steady at 16@28e. for Ohio and 16@36c.
for State. Cheese steady at 11©15c.
Freights .to Liverpool dull and lower.
Shipments--7,500 bush. wheat por steam
Latest—Flour moderately active and Se
better on medium 'and low grades.
Wheat &crier, with a fair export de
mand, at $1,54@1,55 for No. 2 and $1,58
'for No. 1 spring. Rye dull, - at $1.26@
-1,27 for western; Oats firm, .at . 851g86c
for - western afloat.- Cornrather quiet, at
86c®$1,00 fox' unsound ; iWd 81.01®1,05
- , for sound'-mixed western. Pork quiet,
at $32,75 for mess. - Beeflttlet - and un
changed. Cut Meats steady, with a
..moderate demand. Bacon dull, with
prices in buyers' favor. Lard dull, at
19 1 4019%c for good to prime steam.
Eggs dull at 23P24c.
• CHICAGO, July 23.—Eastern exchange
firmer at par selling and 1-10 off buying.
Flour in goad demand and firm at $5,75
@7,00 for spring extras. Wheat stronger
and I@l ,c higher; sales No. lat $1,36
@1,3834, and No. '2 at $1,343;©/,36, clos
ing unchanged for No. 1, and firm at
$1.35 for No. 2; this afternoon No. 2 dull
at $1.3.5 seller August. Corn excited and
No. 2 advanced 2@)3c.; No. 1 inactive
and nominal, with sales No. 2 at 89©910.
for regular and fresh receipts, 85®88e.
for o/d receipts in North Side, and 87@
89c. for old receipts in South Side houses;
rejected sold at 78@82c.; no grade at
75©78c., closing weak at 89e. for No. 2:
this afternoon No. 2 was dull. at 90c seller
August. Oats firmer and lc higher, with
sales of No. 2 at 69@693ic, and rejected at
66@66 1 4c .and closing with buyers at in.
side. Rye quiet and firmer, with sales
of No. 1 at $l,lO and No. 2 at $1,03®1,08;
closing with buyers and no sellers at
$1,14 for No. 1. Barley entirely nomi
nal for cr:h' lots, with sates of No. 2 at
$1,30 seller to 15th September. Highwines
firmer at $l,OO. ,Sugarl3;l®l4,l-;c.
common to prime Cuba. Mess pork stea
dy at $33. Sweet pickled hams quiet at
16c. Lard inactive and nominal at 18X
@lBNe for steamed. Dry Falted shoul
ders firm at 13c. Freights quiet at 3c On
oats. 4c on corn to Buffalo. Receipts for
the past 24 hours-2,769 bbls.flour, 28,605
bu. wheat, 24,b00 bu. corn, 14,712 Mi. oats.
400 bu. rye, 6,573 hogs. Shipments-2,885
bbl?'. flour, 46,750 bu. 'wheat, 103,916 bu.
corn. 63,275 bu. oats, 370 bu. rye, 8,229
ST. LOUIS, July 23.—Tobacco; supply
nadequate to the demand and pricei are
f 1.711. Nothing doing in Cotton. Hemp
dull and unchanged. Flour buoyant for
low grades, which are scarce and wanted;
other qualities quiet; supers old at $5,25
@5,75: extra $6@0,37;4: double• extra
$6@6,75; treble extra 7@7,50; fancy $S©9.
Wheat; prices fall for choice, but small
offerings in other grades; choice spring
sold at $1,25; low prime to strictly prime
red fall $1,30@1,40; choice to fancy do.
$1,42@1,55. Corn firm at 952. for choice
yellow; $1 for choice white in bulk; prime
to choice yellow in sacks $1,03©1,05;
prime to choke white $1,04@1,08. Oats
firm, bat buyers stood off; mixed and
white told at 68®71e.; fancy white 74®
75c. Rye firm at $1,25. Whisky firm at
$1.05. Groceries quiet and unchanged.
Provisions firm and advancing; not very
active. Pork cold at $33,50(033,75, the
latter for extra heavy. Bacon shoulders
14;.5,©1451c.: clear rib sides 184@)1838c.;
clear sides 183©183..0.; sugar cured hams
22@23c. Lard dull at 18c. for choice
kettle; 21c. for keg. Cattle: more doing,
but prices unchanged at 334@)6Mc. Hogs
sold at 736©10c., the latter for retail lots.
Receipts were flouri.,6oo bbls., wheat 27,-
000 bush., corn 11,00 bush., oats 1,000
bush., hogs 250 head.
'CirrcitiYAmr, July 23.—Flour firm and
in demand, with sales family at $ti@6,25.:
Wheat firmer and demand good: old at;
$1,25©1,30, new at $1,15®1,20, new white.
at $1,40; the offerings of are light.
corn very scarce, and pricen have ad
vanced to 78@80c. Rye firreer, closing.
at 95z. Oats firm at 73@76;!. Tobacco in
good demand, with F.. 416.9 179 hhds at
$5,60@)17,25. Cotton nominally unchang
ed. Whisky firm at I. Provisions
quiet, but all articlefi are held firmly;
sales Mess Pork at $33. Bulk Meats at
13@l3Vc for shoulders, and 15%©16c for
sides. Bacon at 14Mig14".0 for shoul
ders, 18©183ic far clear rib sides, and
133©1834c for clear do. Sugar Cured
Hams at 22@23c. Lard dull at 19;;@19M.
Butter unchanged, with sales prime to
choice, in gcoct order, at 21@28c.. Eggs
dull at 13©14c,shippeis count. No change
in Oii. There is a goad demand for Gro
ceries at lull rates. Sugar at 131@)153,1 for
raw. Coffee at 21®213c. Chcepe dull,
with' sales wcstern reserve at 12.@)13c,
and factory at 15@145. Gold at 135,
buying. Exchange at par and dull.
Money market easy.
BUFFALO, July 23.—Receipts—w_he .t
20,030 bu.; corn 70,003 bu.; flour 5,003
bbls. :Shipments—wheat 14,000 bu.; corn
32,000 bu.; oats 29,000 bu. Freights 123;
(4)13c. on wheat, 11c. on corn and 7%c; on
oats to New York. Flour tending up
ward; sales 100 bbls. western bakers at
87,25©7,50; no city ground spring; mks
150 obis. white Michigan at • $7,75.
'Wheat in fair demand, arm and held
at lc. higher than fall quotation at
the close; sales , 50,000 bu. No. 2
Chicago spring at $1,41®1,42; 15,C00 bu.
No.' 2 Milwaukee Club at $1,43. sales 15,-
000 bush. do. to arrive at $1,43. Corn ex
cited and held firm at the close at 81 for
prime parcels; salcs 13,000 bush, No. 2
western at 98c.; sales 18,000 bush. per
sample at 95®97c; sales .3,0c3 bush. No.
1 western at $l. Oats firm and selling at
78c. for western. Rye quoted at $1,20 for
N0. , 1 western. Barley nominal. Pork
steady at 833,50. Lard steady at 19c.
Highwinas retail at s©loc. higher, bar
rel lots at $1,02.
BAraimortn, July 23.—Flour fairly act
ive and low and mediuin grades advanced
25 ®soc; Howard St. superfine $5,7,5@6; do.
extralog7,so; do. family $7,75@9; city
mills Superfine fS@6,so;•de. extra B,o®
7,53; do. familysB®lo,so; western super
fine 85,50@0; do. extra 86 ®7; do. family
-$7,50©8. Wheat' firmer; prime to choice
red 81,60©1,68; white 81,70®1,78. Corn
firmer; prime white $1,10@1,12.; yellow
"81,08©1,10. Oats dull, 70c1br prime new.
Moss pork $34. Bacon active and advan
cing. Rib sides 133,ic. Clear rib 19c.
Shoulders. 153 i ®ls3‘c. Hams 23®
24c. Lard firm at19(920c. Whisky; stock
very, scarce and would probably com
mand 81,10. •
Osirtao, julyl23.—Flonr unchanged;
sales gr 1,500 bbls. at
.$0,75@7 for No. 1
spring, .87,25®7,50 for amber winter,
88®8,25 for white, $8,75g9 for double
extra,' Wheat firm" and nominal at'an
advance pricer No. 1 Idilwaukee club
held ht $1,50. Corn firmer and higher;'
sales 3,703 bus. kiln dried at 97c, No. 1'
at sl,_ and 8,000, bus. warm at 845 c at
the close No. 1 was held higher. dorn
Meal at $1,90 per cart. Mill feed steady;
shorts it $2O, shipstuffs at 823, middlings
at 820®28,per ton. Canal Freights; flour
to • Boston 6801 to New York - 58c,1 to
TOLEDO, July 23.—Flour steady and
„unchanged at . ®7,bo for X.X. White
IWhent 5c better and excited, closingless
active; amber 81,50; No. 1 red 15 1 ,383¢;
No. 2 red 81,33; No, 2 old 81,36 .51,36:
No. 1 white Michigan, 81.65. Corn 5c bet
ter and active at Of for NO, 1; 98c for No.
2, and.Boc for rejected, closing weak; no
buyers at quotations. Oatslc better and
quiet at 76c for No. 1 and Michigan. Rye
steady. Barley nominal. Receipts—
"flour 1,000 bbls; wheat 6,000; corn 13,400
oats 1,200 bush. Shipments—flour 200 I
bbls; corii,l,9oo; oats' 2,000 bush.
Cr.:k.vL,IJAND, July 23.—Flour---citi
made; 89","f0r treble extra white; 87,750
8, for double extra amber; 86,75®7, for
- double 'extra red winter; $6, for extra
red Winter; 86,50 for double extra Spring:
country made; $7.50®8,25 for double ex
tra white; $6.25©7,25 for double extra
red and amber; $8,25®6,75 for double
extra Spring. VVheat—No. 1 red winter.
sold-at 01,43. Corn—sale of one car No.
lat $1; 1,200 bush. do. at $l. Oats held
at 79c.' Rye—sales of 25 bags at $l,lO.
July- 23 .=-Cetten. is:quiet
and flrtrilit 820; 'receiptii, 6 bales; exports,:
et bales; the • receipts for the , week ware:
131 bales: , 'extorts, 470 haft- stock; -344
bales. Flour firm; superfine. 85,50.
Wheat ; new, 81,25. Corn, 924093 c.
PITTSBUR GA GAZETTE : SATURDAY, JULY. 24 1889
Oats, 82©85c. Hay. $27. Bran, $20@21.
Cornmeal, $4,25@4,45. Pork, $34,50.
Lard, .11:%©213ic. Bacon firm, at 15c
for shoulders, and 19c for sides. •
H/LADELPHIA July 23.—Flour inac
tive; superfine $5,25 . Other grains un
changed. Wheat very quiet; new red
$1,50; old $1,40©1,50. Rye $1,35. Corn
unsettled and advanced 3c; yellow $1,15
@1,18; mixed western $1,10@1,12. Oats
steady; western 77(4)78c. Groceries and
provisions unchanged. Petroleum steady
at 22 4c for crude; 31;6®31Xc for refined.
Whisky firm at $1,05(51,10'.
' LOUISVILLE, July 23.—Flour firm; su
perfine $4,25. Grain 'steady. Wheat—
sl,2o for red; sl;3o' for white. Corn—
shelled in bulk 85c. Oats in bulk 70e..
Rye $1,15. Leaf tobacco steady; sales
105 hhds. at $4,45@23. Provisions very
firm. Mess pork $33. Bacon—sboulders
15c.; clear rib sides 1S ;o.; clear sides
19 1 /0: Lard—prime tierce 19%c. fancy
la Ins 21j-iic.: extra 2235 c. Whisky Id.
MILWAUEEE, July 23.—Flour quiet;
c oicelowa and Minnesota $6,25(56,75.
hemi quiet at $1,39 ;i for No. 1, and $1,36
f r No; L.' Oats unsettled and higher at
7 c for No. 2. Corn firm at 90c for No. 2.
enominal . . Grain freights dull and
tt changed. Receipts: 1,000 bbls flour,
34,000 bush wheat. 2,000 bush oats. Ship
merits: 4,000 bbls flour, 16,000 bush wheat.
DETROIT, JOIN , 23.—Wheat firm; No. 1
white winter ‘1,68@1,70; No. 1 amber
$1.45. Oats 80c. Weather is very favor
Dry Goods Market. •
NEW YORK, July 23.—Dry goods trade
is still inert, but is nevertheless. open
ing with a prospect which betokens re
newed activity ere long, while in the
meantime prices generally are well
maintained; new styles of Prints opening
at 13:.:c for very fine Merrimacks, Dun
nels and Spragues; 13c for American,
Richmonds and Aliens, and 1234 c for
Oriental and Lancaster. The price of
Delaines is now fixed at 20c. All stand
ard makes of plain and C 31ored Cottons
are steady. Heavy Woolens are iu im
proved request,,-but still sell at rather
LIIPORTS BY RAILROAD.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WA.YNE & Cm
(ltem RAILROAD, July 22.-4 cars
metal, Nitnick & Co; 1 do do, Loomis &
Collard; Ido do, Bryan & Caughoy; 26
bales wool, Tuscarawas Wool Mills: 25
bbls oil 15 tcs lard, J H Parker; 300 pigs
lead, Excelsior Flint Glass Co; 100 bides,
G A M.clltirain; 204 pcs hams, E H Myers
& Co; 15 bbls hems, F Sellers & Co: 1 car
wheat, Liggett & Co; 100 bbls flour, Jenk
ins & Bro; 1 car staves, M P Adams &
Bro; 5 bbls oil, Harris & Ewing; 3 bbls
eggs, Koppahan & G; 4 tubs butter, W H
Graff& Co; 20 bas soap, S Ewart & Co;
11 do do, 25 do candles, Smith, Johnston
& Co; 16 do soap, J Sohl; 1 bbls eggs,
Voigt, Mahood & Co; 3do do, Day & Co;
15 sks-rags, McCullough, Smith & Co; 2
bbls eggs, J Wilson & Son; 34 bas cheese,
Arbuckles & Co; 40 sks oats, J & W Fair
ley; 25 bbls oil, Beamer, Bauman & Co;
56 tea hams, J H Parker; 83 bbls bone
coal, Seward & Emerson: 10 eases tobac-
co, W L Jones; 5 bbls tallow, Duff & Son;
50 bas soap, Little & Baird; 24 do do, H
F Bruggerman; 1 car rye, W J Meek; 24
bas cheese, Woodworth & Davison: 31
sks rags, McElroy & CO.
CLEVELAND AND 1 - 7TTSBUROR Ali -
ROAD, July 23.-1 car rye, W J Meek; 2
cars lumber, A Lewis; 10 cars pig iron,
Nituick & Co; 1 car limestone ore,Bryan
& Caughey; 3 cars champ ore, rown &
Co;jso bbls oil, J Spear & Co; 1 car grind
stones, Coleman, Rohm & Co; 100 -- bbls
flour, Keil & Ritchart; 50 Ws lime, E H
Myers & Co; 20 do do, Wm Cleudening;
9 tibeets iron,,Shoenberger & Co; 10 bbls
oat meal, Rinehart! & Stevens; 13 bbls
flour, T C Jenkins; 19 pails butter. 3 bbls
eggs, H Riddle; 50 sks oats, J & W Fair
ley; 6 bbls oat meal, J A Renshaw; 7 bas
cheese, care W 'McElroy; 16 sks oats,
Scott & Gisal; 20 bits cheese, Watt, Lang
& Co; 30 bbls apples, H Rea Jr; 5 do do.
Springer & Co; 6 do do, T C Jenkins; 50
bbls oil, DBly &CO; 8,000 ft lumber, Cra
ham & Lyon.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD, July
23.-49 bbls ref oil, E L Goodwin; 1 car
lime, D L Reynolds; 43 pkgs butter arid
eggs, owners; 2 cars metal, John Moor
head; 3do do, McKnight, P & Co; 1 do
stone, Henderson & Co; sdo limestone,
Shconberger & Blair; 1 do metal, Brown
& Co; 14 sks oats, 2 do rags. Head &
Metzger; 70 do oats, Scott & Gisal; 10 do
do, J&A Dietz; 47 do corn, Adams &
Austin; 31 do oats, R Stewart; 30 do do,
Bingham Laing; 66 do do, S Carothers;
1 car lumber. Hamilton & Rankin; 2
pigs butter, Volgt, M & Co.
ALLEGHENY STATION, July 23.-
1 car metal, Lindsay & McCutchcon; 1
do wheat, C H Beach; 2 do cooperage,
Ralya & Robertson, 1 do wheat, W
McKee & Co; Ido lime, J Abdell; 7 do
limestone, Superior I-on Co; 2do shing
les, J Brunot; 15 doz. brooms, Moou &
Bro; 500 pigs lead, Schoonmaker &
Son; 1 car lumber, J Nanz; 1 do do, J B
Ingham; 1 do wheat, Kennedy Bro; 5 do
cinder, Etna Iron Co; 10 bbls apples, F
CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE.
W l ,Oll CINCINNATI and
. Louibvna..E.-Tee atte pas-arigat
senv r steamer
R. C. GRAY— ........ ...Capt. Win 2Ta ME R.
WllLleave for the above and interim-Mate ports
on SA'filitDAY..Sibth inst.. giving through re
ceipts for Memphis and New ("Heaps.
'F'ur freight or pa.sage'appir on warn or to
JOHN ItLAC.ra* er
D. COI.LINGWOOD, Agents
- pos CAIRO. BT. A gEt
LOUIS.. DUBUQUE and ST.
DATE PUTNAM Capt. G. W. BRED.
Wilt leave as above SATURDAY, the `.34th inst.
at 4 o'clock P. M.
. For freight or passage apply on board or to
.1y22 • FLACK ,t, CoLLINGWOOD. Agents.
1110111/TTS BUlTlGH,a si gagt
A %WHEELING AND rem-
KERSBUIiti , LINE. —Leave Coinbauv , a Wharf
1011.1.. tny.t ortvoun Street. daily at 12 M. WED
NESDAI3 and SATURDAYS
Gete.Y EAGLE. . . .... ..C. L. ARENIPAII, Master.
Nrelichr, will be received at all uourd oy
• (AMEN COLLINS.
FLACK & CULLINGWOOD,
T° LIVERPOOL AND
Trim lIIDIANr MAR: STEILIISHIPS.
No.mbertnx state It ttrottus yediels. among
cm. mtte celebrate t d •
CITY OF .P.a.r.to, CITY OF ANTIVEre,
CITY OF BOSTON, CITY. OF BALTLIIORE,
CITY OF LONDON.
Sailing EVERY EATURDAY, from Fier 45,
.r.mrttt River, .1/evr York. Fur nassage or flintier
Information dnnip to
TO 'TITTR STREET, tetiroatute 81/I:4ling.
N.arlv onnnatte Peat I Miro• t"h"
400,000 Pounds of Wool Wanted by
MEANOR & HARPER,
AT THE WHITE IfRoNT.r
, le3/ 329 LibeltY itreet, Pittsburgh, PA. •,
eIHICESiEw' , IO 'boxes' ' Factory . '
IL/ Cheese;24l3 boles aosben do., for ea le by
J. B. CANFIELD.
The river continues to recede steadily
with scant 6% teat in the channel last
evening. Weather yesterday, cloudy
and cool—at times threatening rain.
Mercury at 4 P. 31. 80 in the shade.
The Argosy •from Cincinnati, is the
only arrival we have to report.
The Kenton departed for Portsmouth
The hull for Capt. Stockdalecs new
South America boat, "Barranquilla.' ar
A barge loaded with railroad iron,
which was to have been towed to St.
Louis by the Lorena, sunk at McKee's
Rocks on Thursday. It is thought as
the water where the accident ()marred
is shallow, that it can be raised without
much difficulty. •
The R. C. Gray, Capt. Isaac Whittaker
is announced for Cincinnati and. Louis
ville forthwith. As will be seen by an
advertisement, she will receipt freight
through to New Orleans.
The Kate Putnam. Capt. G. W. Reed,
is announced to depart tor St. Louis to
day, and passengers should bear this in
It is reported that Capt. W. B. Donald
son, late of the Great Republic, con
templates building a large stern-wheler.
Capt. W. A. Stewart. formerly Local
Inspector fer Cincinnati. we regret to
announce, is, seriously,"lll at his resi
dence in Springfield, Ohio.
—The Leonidas, Nfessenger and tow
noat Star, were all at Cairo on Wednes
—The towboats Ajar and Dick Fulton,
drrived at Cairo on Wednesday from
—The great bridge over the Ohio at
the falls will be completed and the ears
running over it by the first of Septem
—Captain C, A. Dravo and clerk Geo.
L. Reppert, of the Wauanita. left Cincin
nati for Pittsburgh by rail, Wednesday
—The railroad from Duvall's Bluff to
Little Rock has been leased by the Ar
kansas River Packet Company for one
year, for 425,000.
—The Maggie Hays is announced •to
make a trip from Cincinnati to St.
Louis. In the event of low water, she is to
take the place of the Ohio No. 4 in the
Cincinnati and Marietta packet trade
—The local Inspectors of St. Louis, call
attention of all licensed engineers to the
following rule, enacted at a meeting of
United States Inspectors, at Washing
ton, in January last: '•When an engi
neer gives up the charge of the engi
neer's department of a steamer, by res
ignation or otherwise, he shall certify in
WAi•iting as to the condition of the same;
said certificate to be kept on board the
steamer, subject to the inspection of the
United States Inspectors of steamers and
the succeeding chief engineer. Also,
when an engineer assumes the charge of
the engineer's department of a vessel, be
shall examine the same,! to see if it is in
good order, and iri accordance with the
specified condition in the certificate
given by his:immediate predecessor, and
if not, report the facts to the United
States Inspectors of steamers in the port
where he belongs."
MEN 8 BOY'S CLOTHING.
GRAY & LOGAN,
NO. 47 SIXTH STREET,
Are now offering a romp'ete stock of Summer
Clothier( of medium and tine gooda at the very
Children's Cassimere Linen and Suits,
Youths' Cassimere. and Linen Snits.
Boys' Cassimere and Linen Suits.
'Cents' Blue Flannel Sacks.
Cents' Alpaca Sacks.
Gents' White and Brown Duet Snits. -
Gents' Scotch Chevoit Business and
CLOTHINC OF ALL KINDS
GRAY & LOGAN'S,
No, 47' SIXTH STREET,
LATE Sr. - CL AIR
Restores gray and faded Hair to its
ORIGINAL COLOR, reniovesDandruir,
COIFS ALL DISEASES OF THE SCALP,
Prevents BALDNESS, and makes the hair
• grow Soft, Glossy and Lur,uriant.
11.09 and $1,50 per Battle. Each Bottle is a Beat Paper Bor.
1 Prepared by SEWARD, BENTLEY
'a CHENEY, Druggists. Buffalo; N.Y. Sold
by all Druggists.
Wholesale Acento—sCHWAUTZ AZLETT.
e -141 , !I s
ROOFING SLATE OF V&RIOCS
Qualities and Colors.
J. S. NEWMYEB,
No. 43 Seventh Avenue,
WELI.9III WILM. f& CO.,
Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty Street.
Corner of Irwin, now offer to the trade at low
Prime New Crop New Orleans Sugar and
Porto , Cuba and English Island Sug rs
New YRorkico, Philadelphia and Baltimore Re
Golden Drips, Loverings, Brindle, Stuart's,
Adams' and Long Island bYTuR,•
Porto Rico, Cuba and - Englian Island Molasses.
Young Hyson, Japan, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Oolong Teas.
Carolina and Rangoin Rice.
3ava,•Laguayra and io Coffees.
Tooacco .Lard Oil. Fish, Nails, Glass, Soaps,
Cotton. Tarns, &c., constantly on hand.
Fine Brandies,Wines and ftars.
Rhenish, Moselle, and Sparkling Hock Wines
of Hinsel & Co.. in bottles.
Sparkling Moselle, Scharsberg and Johannls.
burg, Hockheimer , Burgundy, -- &r.
Brandenburg iff, Freres' Fine Olive OR.
do do Clarets ' Imported In bottles.
do do White Wines. In bottles.
I M. Work & Sons' Sparkling Catawba.
Fine old Sherry, Madeira and Port Wines.
FrE , e, Old Mononganela Rye Whiskies. pure.
du Very Superior Old Scotch do
Sole Agents for lktoet .t Chandon's Grand Vin.
Verzenay and Sellery Champagne.
Brandies of our own selection and warranted.
E8'61:41Ble LB LI ED BY A. & T
itMLw. M. GOR24Y,
No. 271 Liberty Street,
(DIRECTLY OPP. EAGLE HOTEL.)
PITTS/31111G IT. PA.
W. C. ARMSTRONG,
Successor to Fetzer &, Armstrong,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
• No. 25 MARKET STREET. .
STKELk. J. A. STUMM.
M e STEELE & SON,
AND DILLLICES IN
Caa r tAlN,V - PIT), tea,
No. 93 OHIO BTELEI, near Ea ConamOD,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
PETZB SKIL JAB. P. BICHAWP
KEEL & RITCHART;
♦I2D DnALEns Ili
FLOUR, I:MAIN, SEEDS, MILL TEED, ac
349 Liberty St., Pittsburgh,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 395 PENN STREET.
TITTLE, BAIRD & PATTON,
'Wholesale Grocers, Cominission Merts
Dealers In Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Flsh. Carbon and Lard 011, Iron, Nails Glass,
Cotton Yarns and all - F . ..tsbargh Manuttures
generally, 1.12 and 1!4 on.COND ST 'BET,
JOE LV I. EtOusz..znw. TIOUSE....WM. H. not - 7.83.
TOIIN L HOUSE &Rum., sue
u censors to JONCommisOUSE & CO., Wbole•
sato Grocers and sion Merchants, Cot•
ner of Smithfield and Water Streets. Pittsburgh.
.JOlll4 eHIPION A WALLACE.
§4IIPTON & WALLACE, Whole-
SALE GROCERS AND PROD UGE DEAL.IIS. No. 6 SIXTH STREET. Ptrtsburah.
AND , MOULDING
Done promptly to order at 161 Lacock street,A?
leeway City, by
P 1 LEBZELTER & CO.
The best attention will be-given to all who want
anything In our line. We always keep large
lot of turned work, such as Balusters, Newt
Posts, Hubs, dic. Also, a good goes of dry
Walnut, Cherry and other lumber on hand.
my 1147 F. LEBZELTER t Co•
Q. S. MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
W. D. of Pennsylvania,
PITTSBURGH, July 20. 1869.
THIe IS TO GIVE NOTICE that
on the 12th day of Ju D. 1 869.
arrant in Bankruptcy was Issued against the
Estate of SOLOMON. e. HESS, of Allegheny
City, iu the County of Allegheny, and State of
Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged a Bank
rupt on his own petition: that the payment of
any debts and delivery of any property belong
ing to such Bankrupt or to him or for hie use,
and the transfer of any property by him are for
bidden by law; that a Meeting of the t reuttors
of the said Bankrupt, to prove their Debts and
willhoos one or more assignees of his Estate,
be held at a e:ourt of Bankruptcy to be
holden at No. 116 Federal street, Allegheny
City Allegheny county, Penusylvanie., before
JOHN N. PITH VIANC Esq., Register. on the
SIXTH DAY OF AUGUST, A. ID. 1869, at 10
o'clock A. H. A. MURDOCH.
ii 22.48 11. S. Marshal. as Messenger.
ROCK THE BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
SOLD ONLY BY
: LEMON & WEISE.
Practical Etirnitare Manufacturers, &e.,
118 FOURTH EL VENUE.
Where may be Kitche n Tali assortment od e /dr. Cnuaber and Furniture. M
Importer and retail dealer in
WEDDING, VISITING. _PARTY AND BUSINESS
MONOGRAMS, ARMS, ILLUMINATING, &e,
Orders by mall receive promptattentlon. Bend
1.033 Chestnut St., Pol3a,
J. E; SWUM d. M. MUTT
QWINT & BRATT,
No.-68 Snailugky St- Allegheny, Pa.
A large ausorment of NEWEL PO:t-Td and
BALLdT94.n conahuttly on hand. Tlilltrniti
or all daser.n nu. deep nnta•ogii
100 boxes. Payette county now honey: jast re
celved la ortme order and for sale by the box at
lowest prices, at the Fatuity tirocery .tltore
J 24 o. A. RE NSECAW.
Clornerltberty and Moth streete.
WIIITE LEIIIIE.--100, barrels
i oi pleveand Lime; 200 bbbs Paotern
tate by •
nEMEDIT-400 bills Imuisvidlfp
N." Hydraulic cement, for we kg •
AP LE 1 ISUG —lO barrelsH/wwntg‘AT, LA Nu & CO'd, xiaasie.
THE IRON CITY
MURAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Office, 75 Federal St., Allegheny City.
Hon. JAMES L. BRAHAId,
Rev. J. B. CLARK. D. D.,
Capt. R. ROBINSON,
Rev.A. K. BELL,D.D,,
Rev. S . H. NEaBIT, D.D.,
W. A. BRED. Cashier Allegheny Trust Co.
JACOB RUSH, Real Estate Agent,
&MON DRUM, Mayor of Allegheny,
C. W. BENNY. Hatter,
A. S. BELL: Attorney-at-Law, .
D. L. PATTERSON, Limber Merchint, •
D. STOOER, Insurance Agent. .
Capt. ROUT. 13.01311150 N. President.
Rev. CLA RR, D. D., Vice President,
JACOB RUSH, Secretary,
C. W. BENNY,. Treasarer.
W, WHITE, 31sincAL ADVIStra.
DANIEL SWOEIER, Gaul Agent.
This Is a nome company. conducted on the mutual
Principe, each policy holder receiving an equal
share of the profits' of the Company., Policies
will be issued on all, the different plans of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an economi
cal basis will afford a safe investment to eactr
policy holder, and thereby retain the money at
borne to encourage home Industry. m1229:ga3
OF ALLEGHENY, PA.
OFFICE L FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK
Pio. 41 Ohio St.. Allegheny.
A ROME COMPANY, managed *Directors
W known to the community, who trust by fair
dealins to merit a share of your Patronage.'
G.0.1L D. RIDDLE --Secretary.
Hear? Irwin, ID. L. Patterson, Wm Cooper,
Geo. R. Riddle, Jacob Franz, Gottoth Face,Simon Drum, J. B. Smith, Jacob Rush,
W. M. Stewart, rCh. P. Whiston, Joseph Craig,
joa. Lautizer, IEL J. Zinltann, .Tere. Enben.
R. E. lIERON,
No. 22 Fifth Avenue. Second Floor,
Capital All Paid Up.
N.J . . Higley, !H.W.ollver,Jr,!Oapt.M.Ballei,
H. Hartman, A. Chambers,
Jake Hlll. S. ill'Clurken, Jas. lef..valley.
Thomas Smith JnO.S. Wlliock, i •
ROBERT H. 11 1 / 4 0, President.
JNO. F. - JENNINGS, Vice President.
JOS. 7'. JOHNSTON, Secretary.
Capt. R. J. GRACE. Gen'l Agent.
Inaures on Liberal Terms on all Fire
and Marine Risks. •
Cor. Federal St. and . Diamond, Allegheny,
Office, In the SECOND NATIONAI, BANE
W.W. MARTIN, :President.
JOHN BROWN, JR., Vice President,
JAMES E. STEVENSON. Secretary.
John A. Myler, I Jas. Lockhart.' Jai. M_yers,
Jas.L•Graham. Robert Lea, 10. C. BoTle,
Jno. Brown,Jr. 'George Gent. Jacon holm,
0.11 I' Whilams iJno. 'Thompson J. MeNangher.
COMPANY OF PITTSBURGH. .
ICE, No. 371117 TH8TREFT.BezrX BLOOX.
Tnatuos against all kinds of Fire and Marina
JOHN INWTH. Alt. ,
T. J. HOSKINSON, Vice President.
C. G. DONNICLL.S.retary.
CAPT. WM. DKAN..General Agent.'
John liwin, Jr.. B. L. Fahnestock
T. J. Hoskinson, W. H. Everson.
C. 0. Hussey, : Robert FL Davis.
Harvey Childs, Francis Sellers,
Charles Hays, cant. J. T. Stockdale.
Cant. Wni..Dean, T. R. Nevin.
New and Handsome Designs,
NOW OPENING AT
No. 107 Market Street
(YE A.TL IFIETH AVENUE, )
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the newest de.shrns from the FINEST STAMP—
ED GOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of which we offer at prices that
will pay buyers to examine.
JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE,
INr. P. MARSHALL'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street,
SPRING 000D8. ARRIVING DAILY. mhe
IC, FEVArit: IF} 34
100 WOOD STREET.
somusatieri AND CHINA.
DINNER SETS, •
SNORING SETS, GIFT ODES,
A large stock of •
SUM PLATED , ; GOODS
of all dercalptlons. •
- • •
no exam ine
ge l d Crl t gibe a gl led.
R. E. BREED & CO.,
100 WOOD STREET.
.(Late Cutter with W. Restenhelded
No. 53 Smithse4Sireet;Pittaburgh..
NW SPRING GOODS.
At . splendid ne w . Bloch of
()TEL% GJSSLMEBEJSi,(far ,
anstreadveabr . gamma( iiiiiirsza•
seit Merchant Tailor, 73 Smithfield Med. i