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OFFICE opPrrrssunaa GAZETTE,
WEPNEBDAY, August 11, 1869.
The oil market continues dull and
stagnantewith but little prospect at pres
ent of any , immediate improvement.
Compared with yesterday, prices a re
lower, but it - does not seem to make
much difference which way it 'goes, -
there is no chance for business. If
Crinie crude Could be forced down to
12% or 13 cents, or Refined put up to 34
@B5, then there would be some chance"
for the trade: but until it does one thing
or the other, the stagnation which has so
long prevailed will continue.
our refiners, who sold ahead at good -
round figures, contemplate buying Re
fined to cover their contracts and sell
their Crude, and those who are able to
do this will no doubt realize handsomely
on both, although that would not be al
together legitimate for a manufacturer,
as it turns the refiner into a speculator.
However, it is contended that the trade
haigot into that peculiar shape, that it
is almost impossible for the manufactu
rer, or anybody else,,to do what is famil
iarly termed a legitimate business.
Spot oil, comparad with yesterday, is
lower with a sale of 500 bbis at 31; 500
last half of September at 323; and 2,000
(120 test) at 28X, on cars here. Antwerp
is reported off again; some dealers think
that too - much prominence is given to
Antwerp, as it does not control the for
eign markets to the same extent. it did
some years since, and It is said that oil
is lower in Antwerp than in most of the
other leading foreign markets.
Sale 2,000 bbis, seller this month at
'143;; 2,000 seller all year at 1436, with
5,000 more offered at some figure with
out penning a buyer. There were ad
ditional buyers for spot or seller this
month at 143;, and no sellers. Com
pared with yesterday, 'spot is offered a
quarter of a cent lower; this decline,
however, is so slight that it did little or
no good, and no one will pay the present
Prices unless compelled to do so by
force of circumstances. Take the prices
of spot crude and spot refined today, and
there is a loss of a lto $1,50 per bbl to
Eclipse Winter Lubricating oil
Eclipse Railroad Axle
' RECEIPTS OP CRUDE OIL.
Fisber dt Bro • 400 bbls,
Parker do Thompson 500 "
Poo/ Bro 160 Is
John Spear 50
S. B. Floyd & Co 51 "
• Total I,lBl.bbis.
OIL SHIPPED Rh By BY A. V. B. E.
Lockhart, Frew & C6". - 552 bbls refined
to Warden, Frew & Co. Philadelphia.
Wormser. Myers & Co. 251 bbls ref. oil
to Warden, Frew !It Co., Philadelphia..
• Citizens Oil Co. 258 bbla refined to
'; Tack & Bro., Philadelphia.
J. C. Kirkpatrick, 53_ bbls refined to
Waring, King & Co., Philadelphia.
Braun & Wagner 605 bbls refined to
Waring, King &Co., Philadelphia.
Lyons dr Co., 514 bbls refined to W.
P. Logan dr. 8r0.,• Philadelphia.
McKelvy & Bro., 384 bbls refined to
W. P. Logan & Bro., Philadelphia.
Fawcett, L. & S. 248 bbla refined to W.
P. Logan & Bro.. Philadelphia.
Total shipments Refined 2.765
OIL SHIPPED EAST AT DUQUESNE DEPOr,
Brooks, Ballentine & Co. 97 bbls' ref.
to Warden, Frew & Co., Philadelphia.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YORK. August IL—Cotton firm
and more active; sales of 2,600 bales at
333 c for middling uplands. Flour; re
ceipts, 8,484 bbls; flour is dull and s©loc_
lower; sales of 6,400 bbls. at 55,90@6,50
for superfine State and western, $6,90©
7,35 for extra State, $6,80@7,45 for extra
western, $7,50@7,75 for white wheat ex
.: tra, $6,85@7,65 for R. H. 0., FigB for ex
' tra 13t. Louis, 89©10,50 for good to choice
do. Rye Flour quiet; sales of 150 bbls.
at $4,50g6,75. Cornmeal - scarce and
firm. Whisky steady; sales of SOO bbls.
western at $1,12@/,12% for free,the latter
price for small lots. Wheat; receipts,
113,914 bush.; wheat dull, heavy and
2@4c lower; sales of 58,000 bush. at 81,50
for No. 3 spring, $1.55©1,6134 for No. 2
do., 81,70.t0r new amber Ohio, $1,75 for
new amber Tennessee, and $1,65 for new
red Georgia. Rye is more active and
firmer, with a good export demand
for ' Germany; sales of 40,000 bush.
western at 81,firstname.lastname@example.org. Barley and Barley
Malt nominal. Canada. Peas in fair re
quest; sales 7,500 bush. in bond at $1,33.
Corn: receipts 9,585 bush.; market dull
and slightly in buyers' favor; sales 37,000
bush. at 85c.@f1,1134 for unsound new
mixed western; $1,email@example.com for sound do;
41,14 for kiln dried; $1,24 for choice
white southern and round yellow. Oats:
receipts were 51.928 bush.; market dull
and decidedly lower; sales 27,000 bush.
at 76@)77c. for western afloat; 68@72e. for
new do afloat; 66@72c. fur Jersey new
and southern new. Coal: domestic quiet
at sB.per ton by the cargo; foreign nom
inal. Leather; hemlock sole declining;
-30®37c. for Buenos Ayres and Rio Grans
light and middle weights. Wool steady
and 30,000 pounds sold at 47@500. for do
mestic fleece; 343@36c. for unwashed;
36@)37c. for unmerchantable; 65c. for
Cambrigde: 55©74c. for scoured; 45@47'.
for nailed: 63c. for tubbed. Rice
dull. Coffee steady. Sugar quiet;
sales of 280 bxs Cutra at lly‘©l2c. Mo
lasses dull. Petroleum quiet at 17@
17 ;e for 'crude, and 32(4)32V0f0r refined.
Hops quiet at 111515 c for American.
Linseed 011 quiet at 983@31 in casks:
Pork quiet and steady, with sales of 450
bbls at 833.15®33,25 for new mess; clos
ing at 833,25 cash, $32,75 forold do., s2B@)
28,50 for prime. and g30@80,50 for prime
mess; also, 250 bbls new mew, buyer
August, '•at $18,37.- Beef steady, with
sales of 140 Ws at sB@lB for new plain
guess, and sl2@lB for new extra mess.
Tierce Beef nominal at $18®18,25 for
:prime mess, and $20®30 for India mess.
Beef llama quiet; sales of 190 bbis at $27
4(80. Cut Meats firra; sales of 165 pkgs
at 143‘©15e, for shoulders. 17®19c dor
hams: middles firm, with sales4if
lea , cured , at . 16 %©163.0. Lard' is
firmer andquiet, with sales of 4 s o
tierces at 17;a020K, steam, 20©2(11,4 ket.
*le rendered, and last evening 1,500
tierces steam, seller August, 20. Butter
steady. at 16@)30, Ohio 16®37; state cheese
firm, at 11©10- Sheathing copper steady
at 32c, ingot copper more active, firm at
22 1 / 1 , for Baltimore end' 22vA22x for,
Lake Superior. Pig iron quiet at 38@42
for Scotch, aiad American bar without de
cided change",igales at 85®90 for refined
- English and American; sheet quiet at
11@)123, gold, for Russia. Nails dull
and unchanged. Freights: Liverpool firm
er. Shipments: 80,000 bush wheat per
• Lateet.—Flong closed
~ dull and s©loc
lower. Wheat 'dull and heavy, with
sales $1,63@1,63 for No. 2, and $1,68®1,73
fOr No. ispring: Rye activeand firm at
•8 1 ,28@;i1,24,4. for Western. Oats In good
supply 'an , dull at' 68®700 for new, and
76@770 for sireetern!:, Corn,irery quiet at
250341,03 for unsound; and 14140417
for sound mixed western. Pork nomi
nally unchanged. Beef quiet and steady.
Cut Meats and Bacon in moderate re
quest and unchanged. Lard quiet at
19y, ®2ooc for good to prime steam.
Eggs steady at 22@24c..
Cnicsoo, August 11.—Eastern Ex.
change firm at par selling and 1 1.10 dis
count buying. Flour quiet at 56@ 7 ,50
for spring extras. Wheat more active
and steadier, with sales No. 1 at $1.47,
closing unchanged; No. 2 $1,43®1,44,
closing at 51,43; this afternoon market
dull at $1,41;4®1,43 for No. 2. Corn less
active, firmer and 1%®214c higher;
Sales No. 1 at 9734 4 c, No. 2 96(4)97c, reject
ed 91®93c, and no grade 85@860, closing
at 96M®97c for No. 2; this afternoon
sales No. 2 at 94c seller last half of
August. Oats 2@3c lower, with sales
No. 2 at 52®53Xc, closing quiet at 52 3 ,4®
52%c. Rye fairly active and. 2o higher,
with sales No. 2 at $1,03(gL04; and re
jected 94@95c, closing with buyer's of No.
12 at 51,04. Barley firmer, with sales No.
2at $1,30®1,31X seller September, re
jested 87%c, and sample lots , at $1, 35@ ,
1,40 on track. Highwines in good
demand, at $1,05 ® 1,05 M, closing
easy at 51,05 for new. Sugars
active and steady at 13;4 ®l4)‘c for conk
anon to prime Cuba. Provisions more
`active and firm. Lard is inactive
at 18%@19c. Mess Pork $33,75®34
Dry Salted Shoulders firm at 13%®14c.
Sweet Pickled Hams nominal at'l73. 4 ®
18c; short rib middles 163./ 4 ®l7c; maga
sides 16%c; short clear middles 180.
Freights steady and active at 7;ic on
wheat to Oswego, and 334@4c on wheat
and - 33.0 on corn to Buffalo. Receipts
for the past twenty-four hours: 4,764 bbls
flour, 45,153 bus wheat, 80,970 bus corn,
23,838 bus oats, 1,450 bus rye, 2,535 bus
barley, 6,258 hogs. Shipments: 2,991
bbls flour, 51,053 bus wheat, 144,525 bus
corn, 39,197 bus oats, 800 bus barley,
ST. Louis, Aug.; IL—Tobacco steady
and unchanged: Flour—lower grades
scarce and hrm; superfine $5,25®5,50;
extra $5,60®7,50; double extra $6®6,50;
treble extra 56,75®7,25; fancy 59(g9,25.
Wheat opened firm but closed - 4(gsc low
er on medium grades; choice spring sold
at 51,25; prime to strictly prime red fall
$1,30®1,40; choice to fancy do; $l,42M®
1,50. Corn better; mixed in bulk 80®
mixed in sacks 85c: choice yellow
95c; choice to fancy white se ® 11. Oats
firm; new in bulk 44@46c; week and
mixed in sacks 50(53c; choice white 55®
56c. Barley—small sales spring at $1.05.
Rye firm at 87;4c for choice. Whisky
advanOed to 51,10. Porksteady and firm
at $.34,25. Dry salt meat-14c was refused
for round lots loose shoulders. Bacon
quiet and firm at 153,c for shoulders:
19xc for clear sides. Lard quiet at 18%c
for steam. Cattle steady and unchanged
at 3®834c for inferior to choice. Hogs
steady 'at sB®lo. Receipts—flour 2,100
bbls, wheat 56,700 bu, corn 2,100 bu, oats
16,300 hu, rye 3,000 bu, hogs 900 head.
t...INCINNATI, August 11.—Flour dull
and prices nominal. Wheat unsettled
and no accurate quotations can be given.
Corn firm at 95c. Oats .50®800 and firm.
Rye firm at 81151.05. Barley in demand
at $1,4Q®1,45. Whisky firm at 51,08.
Provisions firm but unchanged. Mess
Pork 533,50 Bulk meats 14e, and 16;ic
asked for shoulders and sides. Bacon,
15;ic asked for shoulders and 190 for
clear sides. No clear rib sides iu the
market. Lard sold at 19%, but generally
held at 20c. Butter and cheese unchanged
and steady. Oil unchanged; linseed 97®
98c; lard 81,33®1,38; Petroleum, 28®30c
for refined. Tobacco in active demand s
with sales of 211 hhds at 56,10 to 520,50.
Ego /icand dull. Gold 134% buying. Ex-_
change steady at 1-10 discount buying.
Money market easy.
Loursyna.s, August 11.—Bagging firm
and heavy at 2.3;4 4 (g24c. Flour firm,
with sales super at 51,75. Grain market
steady; Wheat—red at - SI,IO and white
at $1,15. Corn in bulk at 70®75c. Oats
in bulk at 45®50c. Rye at 85c. Barley
at 51,10. Leaf Tobacco firm, with sales
96 hhds; prices ranged from 55,30412,75.
Provisions firm, with sales Mess Pork at
534. Bacon—shoulders at 160, clear rib
at 1934 c, and clear sides at IN ®l9%c.
Hams at 22(g/3%c. Lard—tierce at 200,
and keg at 2134 4 e. Highwines firm at
BALTIMORE; August 10.—Flour quiet
and steady. Wheat firm, prime to choice
red $1,60)1,70; good $1,40®1,50. 1 Corn
firm, prime white 51,10; ow 81,
1,12. Oats dull at 55®60c.ye1l Rye dull a ll® t
$1,12@1,15. Provisions not so strong but
prices well maintained; mess pork 534®
34,50; bacon .less active but firm; rib
sides 19®19lic; clear rib 19%ct shoul
ders 183 c; hams 24c. Lard firm at 1935
@2oc. Whisky dull, more sellers than
buyers at 11,43®1,14.
MILWAUKEE, August 11.—Flour quiet
with prices:unchanged. Wheat quiet
but firm; $1.50 for No. I; 1,4335 for No. 2.
Oats nominally unchanged, Corn firm;
950 for No. 2. Rye entirely nominal.
Barley moderate and in good demand;
81,00®1,25 for common to good
Freights nominally unchanged. Receipts
2,000 bbls flour, 22,000 bush wheat 1,000
bus ..oats. Shipments, 1,000 bbls flour,
6,0 sh wheat.
C ELAND, August 11.—Flour steady
and unchanged. Wheat: sales 900 bush.
No. 1 red at $1,58, 11 care do sold at $1,50;
12 cars do sold at $1,48, and 2 cars No. 2
brought 51,45. Corn: No. his held at 51;
No. 2at 98c. Oats: sales 1 car old at 64c.;
2 cars new 65c. Rye held at $1,10®1,15.
Petroleum: refined is held at 28®2834c.
for August, and 290. for September'
crude .is held at 16,50..
TOLEDO, August 11.—Receipts. Flour
1,927 bbls; wheat 83p281 bush; corn 11,-
320 bush; oats 600 bush; rye 360. Flour
quiet and unchanged. Wheat lower,
closing dull; No. . 1 white Michigansl,so,
No. 1 red $1,47%, No. 2 red $1,46, No. 3
red $1,28 new,
amber $1,48. Corn No. 1
nominally at 99c@81, No. 2 97c. Oats
No. 1 55c, No. 2 53%. Rye 97% for No. 2,
PHILADELPHIA, August U.—Flour in
good dethandvnew extra family Km@
7,75. Wheat held firmly; new red 61,50
@1,65; white , 81,70©1 5 78. Rye $1,20@
1,25. Corn comes hz steady-with prices
unchanged. Oats unchanged. Petroleum
steady; crude 22:. refined 2W®2234c.
DETROIT, August 11.—Wheat a shade
lower with moderate inqury: Extra
white at $1,67@1,68; for No. 1 do 61,55©-
1,56. Corn $1,05. Oats 63g.
IMPORTS BY 'RAILEIVAD.
OLZITEILAND AND PITTABONC4D
ROAD. Angust 11.—i car scrap, iron,
Brown & CO; 6 cars ore, Shoeuberger,
Blair & Co; 10 cases eneese, H Riddle: 10
bbls onions, Volgt; Mahood dr Co; 10 bbls
oil, G N Hoffetott; 10 eases tobacco,M W
Rankin; 20 dodo, Atwell dr Lee; 00 bits
starch, Arbuckles it Co; 14 cases boots,
Gill dc Bro; 2 bbis tobacco, John Megraw;
lot drugs, Fahnestock .34 Co; 2 cars
stone, J L L Knox: 50 bbls oil, John
Spear; 51 do do, S B Floyd & Co; 6 pkgs
pearl barley, Strickler it Morlette: 10 do
do, 4 do oat meal, Seal:toyer.dc Vos
katrip, 10 do pearl barley, et
Stevens; 88 sks oats, Bricker dt Co; 200
bbls flour, T C Jenkins it Bro; 696 Skis
corn, 101 do oats, Robb dt•Herron; 16 bbls
aPPles, F OWens; 19 do do, H Rea Jr; 61
do do, Voigt, Mahood & Co; 8 bbls ap
pies, WII Graff; 0,110 do, W C. Arm
strong; 11 do do, -Woodworth dt Davison;
20 sks corn, -25 bbls apples, ',Morrison dr,
Devol; 83 bbls apples..W 11Gratp. bbls
MP/ 8 kegs butter, Heal 4 dI tirst.tor
. Lrirrsgo 44;01,,fr0vr ArAyissit) OH/.
O AOO flur.goAD, • August 11,-6 cars
.PITTSBURGH pAtEtiv mitt
ore, Shoenberger &Blair; 14 ears metal,
Ninth;lC& Co; fdo do, Brown t 03; 9do
do, Hallman & Hammett; .7 do do, Bryan
& Canghey: 3do do, Graff, Byers & Co:
2do do, Union Mills; 5 bbl gin, S
Watson; 44 hides, J H Straine; 2 hhda
tallow, Isaiah Dickey & Co; 2 reams pa
per, Godfrey & Clark; 36 bales rags,
Pittsburgh Paper Company; 35 bail nails,
Lindsay, Sterritt Co; 50 bbls Sour, S
Lindsay I .Jr & Co; 100 do do, T C Jenkins
do Bro; 1 bbl eggs,J J Pettit; 54 bgs oats,
19 do rye, W J Meek; 6 bbls potatoei,
Voigt, Mahood .t Co; 4 bas tin, Brown dr.
Graham; 9 do do, Geo Kennegott; 25 bbls
oil,Beamar, Bauman & Co; 1 car rye, J A
Graff; 2 cars corn, Dan Wallace.
ALLP.olizny VALI.J9I hangoan. Au
gust 11.-19 sks rye, 100 do oats, W
Welsh de Co; 41 pkgs scraps, W Flume &
Son; 1 bbbl tallow, J Hammett 4:1: Son; 1
car lime, D L Reynolds; 9 rolls leather,
M Delinge; 2 bbls eggs, Bruggerman &
O'Brien; 32 bgs oats, Blaney & Moore; 1
bbl onions,2 kgs eggs, H Kirkpatrick
&Co: 5 °. 0 b bls oil, Parker & Thompson;
400 do do, Fisher de Bro; `l6O do do, Pool
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI AND RI.
Loots RAILROAD, August 11.-100 green
hides, Hari& Stewart; 6 birds tobacco,
Martin Heyl; 5 butts do, Knox dr Orr; 3
bbls eggs, Head & Metzgar; 2 bas mdse.
J B Bennett; 15 bgs wheat, F Schields; 2
tubs butter, Volgt, Mahood de Co; 3 cars
wheat, Scott & Gisal; 3 dodo, J S Liggett;
2do staves, F Kober; Ido do, W Hast
idgs; 50 bbls Inghwines, Shipton &, Wal
ALLEGHENY STATION. August
7 cars lime stone, Superioc Iron C; 29
sks oats, Johnston & McFarland; 1 car
stone, S A Long; 20 sks oats,. Joseph
Craig: 100 icicles, A dt .7 Grotzinger; 10
bbls flour, R & A Carson, 80 sks do,
Veoghtly & Kopp; 96 bols zinc, F Ger
dis; 1 car lumber, A. C Taggart; 97 bbls
apples, F Owens; 15 do do, John Her
beat; 1 car wheat, McKee & Co.
The river continues to recede steadily
at this posnt with only two feet in the
channel by the Monongahela marks.
This begins too look as if the low water
season had set in at last. Weather clear
and warm; mercury at 4 r. at., 86 in
The New State, from Wheellsig,was the
only arrival and departure. The R. C.
Gray froin Cincinnati, is among the first
boats due, but she will doubtless be de
layed by the low water.
Boats in port—Glendale, Messenger,
Cameila and Tom Farrow.
The Glendale brought from St. Louis
the remains of a little daughter of Capt.
A. C. McConnel, of the Arkansas. She
took Illand died on the latter boat while
on her recent trip to Fort Benton. This
is the second child Capt. McConnell has
lost within a year past.
—The Camelia has been sold by Capt.
W. Dean to R. C. Mason for $7,000.
—The Bellvernon was announced to '
leave Cincinnati for Pittsburgh on Tues
—We notice that some of our Cincin
nati exchanges have the Argosy adver
tised for Pittsburgh, while others report
that she is laid up there.
—The Keokuk Packet 'Company .how
signs bills of lading at St. Louis , for
freight destined for Council Illuffs. Den
ver and San Francisco. Thby ship over
their line to Keokuk, and from thence
over the Valley Road to the Pacific
—The Evansville Cburier says: Capt.
Dexter and Jack Grammer, of the Quick
step, returod from Pittsburgh on' the
noon train yesterday. Capt. Dexter
informs us that he has contracted for a
now packet for the Evansville and Cairo
packet trade, to be ready to bring down
the river in about one hundred days.
She is to be about 220 feet long' 35 feet
beam, 33 feet floor, and 53S feet hold.
Sne is to• live low pressure engines.
after the plan of the Great Republic and
Quickstep, the Hartupee patent double
, cylinder, with three boilers, 36 inches in
diameter and 26 feet long. She Is in every
spect a boat adapted to the trade. Her
cost will be about $50,000.
—The Sioux City (Iowa) Journal. of
Thursday says: The Peninah left last
Saturday morning fur Grand river, ta
king an anxiously expected cargo of In
The Only Chance came in Friday
morning, and left in the afternoon for
On Sunday afternoon the Hiram
Wood got up from Randall.
The Emilie La Barge and the Utah
arrived, Monday morning, from Buford.
The former went down in the afternoon.
The Utah la waiting here for a cargo of
Government freight, and in the mean
time is making some slight repairs.
The Andrew Ackley cleared, Mon
day morning, for Buford, having on
board a detachment of the 18th Regular
Infantry, numbering 109 men.
The Nick Wall passed here on Tues
day for St. Lou's.
The Deer Lodge, Bertha and Utah
are here awaiting cargoes.
The Evening Star is due from below
with Government freight.
&report has been current down the
river' that the Peter Balm bad been
burned on the npper river. Nothing
hats been beard here of any such disas
ter. and the report, with others about
the Balsa, are doubtless altogether false.
There is a three-foot stage of water
between here and Omaha. The upper
river is terribly low, and navigation
above Buford is impracticable. Near
half a dozen beats are up , with no pros
pect of getting down this season. Old
steamboat men say they never knew the
river so low before at this time of year.
This condition of things is attributable
to the fact that there was very little
;now in the mountains last winter. Many
of the upper ports are badly In need of
supplies, which the condition of the
river prevents going forward.
RIVER 'PACKETS.: .
EVANSVILLE CAIRO dr,
• EVA NEWlLLEcr i aiet
CAIRO AND BT. LOUIS.—
The fine passenger steamer.
JEFFERSON, ........... CaPL GM W. BSA,
• Will leave for the above and Intermediate ports
on TUESDAY, 10th Inst.. sA 91.1.. sr.
For front or passage apply on boar Agee
nu 6 • FLACK et COLLINDWOOD.s.
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• WILLJA3I IRINGHANI, Jr.
•1113 sm TiD3tint.Err. Plttiburgli;.
D'steitiVi4 . 1 10113 SE, HARD
WARL hTOIEE. POlt 8 &LE. —A two
story brick dwelltuje houle of era rooms and
store room. with lot 'of ground 21 Get front on
Gth avenue extension 'by GO d t ep t o a n alley.
Also n Valuable block of Nth selected hardware,
0171 M BRIIT NB,
st:r n e e
1 3 %. 39 Bluth avenue.
OIINT ASH NGTON PROP
XRDY, POE BALE —tour good houses.
pteul u p lo ya litustadoldth sag lots sad good Im•
pros tr. MitilfDit
a 39 distb avenue:
lOW Qi 1Z)( 6 )4 IT.MM
WILLIAM MILLEB, & 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 Rico, Cuba and English Island Sugars.
New York, PhiLsdelphls and Baltimore Re
Golden Drips, Loverings, linings, Stuart's,.
Adams' and Long Island syrups.
Porto Rico, Cnba and English Island Molasses.
Young FlYson. Japan. ,imPerial, Gunpowder
and Oolong Teaa.
Carolina and Bangoin Rice.
Java, Laguayra and -lo Coffees.
Tobacco, Lard 011,-Fish. Nails, Glass, Soaps,
Cotton Yarns, fie., constantly on hand.
Fine Brandies,Wines and Segal's.
Rhenish, Moselle, and Sparkling Hock Wines
of Hinkel & Co.. in bottli
Sparkling Moselle, Sch * berg and Johann's
burg, Hockheltner. Burgu dy, Ac.
Brandenburg & Freres' Cie Olive 011.
do do Clarets imported in bottles.
Ido do White tries. in. bottles.
M. Wort & Sons , Sparkling Catawba.
flue old Sherry, Madeira and Port Wines.
Free Old Monongahela Rye Whiskies. pure.
do Very Superior Old Scotch do do.
Sole Atlanta for Moet & Obandon , s Grand Inn.
Ve e r; if eiiay and Sellery Champagne.
Brindles of our own selection and warranted.
E BIABIIII BY A. &T 0
W. N. GORMLY,
No. 271 Liberty Street,
(Dnucena Orr. EAGLE HOTEL,)
W. C. ARMSTRONG,
Successor to Fetzer & Armstrong,
PRODUCE COMMISSION NEWHAM,
No, 23 TURRET STREET.
31. 617.1C1A. • w. A. tIT&IL.I.
- kr STEELE & SON,
AND DZALERB IN
ErL0117.41. GRAIN. SEED. me.
No. 98 OHIO BTREEI, near Ella Common,
ALLEGHENY arr. PA.
PIM =L & 'AS. I. RIC/WM
AND DZALIU IN
FLODE, DRAIN, SEEDS, MILL FEED, 4c.,
349 Liberty St., Pittsburgh,
L. a. BLAIIiCHARD.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 398 PENN EITREET.
TITTLE, BAIRD & PATTON,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants
Dealers In Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Flab, Carbon and Lard 011, Irma Nails, Glass,
Cotton Yarns and all P . 41.sburgh' Manufactures
leanerallr, 112 and n 4 ou:COND ISTJEGC.F.T.
JOB!: I. 11017SX-RDW. 1101783.... WM. H. /1008 i.
TORN I. HOUSE &mos., sue
ej cessors to JOHN I. HOUSE .t CU., Wnole•
sap Grocers and Comm Insion Merchants, Cor
ner Of Smithfield and Water %greets. PI ttelmrah.
JOHN 6IIIPTON A WALLACZ
§IIIPTON & WALLACE_, Whole
SALE GROCERS AND PROD UCE DEAL
q t No. 6 SIXTH STREET. slutrah.
WINES, LIQUORS, &c.
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY,
WINES, BRANDIES,. GIN, &D.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS DI
PURE RYE WILISKIES,
409 PENN STREET.
Rave Removed to
NOB. 354 AND 386 PENN,
Cor. Eleventh St., (formerl y Canal.)
JOSEPH S. FINCH ti CO.,
Nos. 183.157,189, 191.163 and 195,
WEST STREET, PITTSBUROR,
auana , AcTtratus Ul
- - -
Copper Distilled Pare Eye Whiskey.
Also, dealers In FOREIGN WINES. and LI
QUORS HOPS, art. ukh2LASI
Restores gray and faded Hair to its
ORIGINAL COLOR, removes Dandruff;
um ALL DISEASES OF TAE SCALP,
Prevents lim.nness, and makes the hair
grow Soft, Glossy and Luxuriant.
PP and 51.50 per Bottle. Each Bottle in a Neat Paper ,Box.
Prtpared by SEWARD; BENTLEY
CHENEY. Druggists. Buffulo. N.Y. Bold
by all Druggists.
WboleesleArtenta—SCHWAßTZ t HAZLETT
'A Arian...Ws Fuxin I wit.i. (Inns HgADACti.n.
MARSHALL'S ELIXIR WI LL CORE DYSPEPSIA.
MARSHALL'S ELIXIR !W/LL CURS COSTLY':.
Depotf Marshall's Eltitir, $l.OO p_er bottle.
_ 13111 Market street. M. AtAIthEIALL
& Co., Druggi , ts, Proprietors.
For sale. wholesale and retail, by GEO. A.
Tikti.LY. , Pittsburgh. feI:dOP.TITII S
Is hereby given that the Viewers report on
widening Webster street, City of Allegheny, has
been flied in the linstrict Court, at No. 581
July Term, 1E169, for confirmation.
J. C. 31cCOM8S,
00,000 Pounds of Wool Wanted by
IIEANOR & HARPER,
AT THE WHITE FRONT,
Jess 799 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Ps.
j I CEMENT.-100
• &alto Cement. 'ferule
J. B CANFIELD,
STATEMENT OF TUE
BEN FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO
Of Allegheny, Pa.,
FOR TUE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30th, 186!
CAPITAL $lOO, 00 Q. 06 ,
Ponds and Mortgages
Cash on hand
Interest $ 15,710 34
DIFIBURSEIKRNT. t 18.502.78
... $ 5,000.00
Losses paid 1.709 00
Oince expense. taxes and stamp 3 4.030. 44
Commissions ' 381.71
Return premiums and reinsu.
Amount of outstaading ri5k5,11,349,864.00
is,24:mE6-TTHI3 " '
RIVAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Office, 75 Federal . St.,AlleghenY City
Hon. JAMES L. GRAHAM,
Rev. J. B. CLARK. D. D.,
Capt. R. ROBINSON,
Rev. A. E. BELL, D.D.
Rev. S. H. NEsBIT. D.D.,
W. A. FIXED, Cashier Allegheny Trust Co.
JACOB RUSH, Real Estate Agent,
SIMON DRUM, Mayor of Allegheny, -
C. W. BENNY, Hatter,
A. S. BELL, Attorney-at-Law,
D. L. PATTERSON, Lumber Merchant,
D. WOOER, Insurance Agent.
Capt.. ROBT. ROBINSON, President.
Rev. J. B. CLARK, D. D., Vice President,
JACOB RUSH, Secretary,
C. W. BENNY. Treasurer.
M. W. WHITE, MEDICAL ADVISHM.
DANIEL SWOUER, Geng Agent.
This tea nome company. conducted on the mutual
Drinclpte, each policy bolder receiving an equal
share of the profits of the Company , . Policies
will be issued being conductedt plas economic
policy bolder, and thereby retain the money at
home to encourage home industry.' Inh/li:ga
No. AA Fifth Avenue. Ascot& Floor,
Capital AU Paid Up:
DIRECTORS. 1 I
N. J. Ttigley, Il.W.nAver. Jr, ICapt.N.Balley,
Drn , l Wsuiace, S. 14. Hartman, A. Chambers,
Jake Hill. S. .Id , ClurirAn. !Jae: H. Miley.
Thomas Smith, Jno .s. Willock, 1
ROBERT 11-KING, President.
JNO. P. JENNINGS, Vice President.
JOS. . JOHNSTON, Secretary. •
Capt. R. .I'. GRACIE, Gen , ' Agent.
Insures on Liberal Terms .on all Fire.
and Marine Risks.
OF ALLEGREtiIt, PA. •
OFFICE DI FRAMELIN SAVD:439 BANK
No. 41 Ohio St., Allegheny.
w A HOME Ci)MPANT, mannsied by Directors
ktown to the community, who trust by fair
dentin* to merit it share of your patrotaie.
HENRY .—.. President,
0.0. A De RIDDLE cent...try.
Henri Irwin. fD. L. Patterson,
Lleo. EL Saddle, Jacob Franz,
Simon Dram, J. B. Snub,
W. M. Stewart, :Ch. P. Whiaton,
Jos. Lantner, IH. J. Zin kan 4r,
R. E. I
Cor. Federal SI. and Diamond, illeghen
Office, in the SECOND NATIONAL BANIC
W. W. MARTIN, president
JOAN BROWN. , Ja., Vice President,
JAMES E. STJt%TENSQN, Secretary.
John A. Myler,l Jas. Lockhart. Joe. Myers,
Jas.L.Graham. Robert Lea, 0. 0. Boyle,
Jno. Brown,Jr.,George Gera, Jacob Kopp,
0.11 PiAlillarnsijno.'ihompson J. McNaueler.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PIMSBUREIIII
OFFICE. No. 1678 WOOD STREET, BANE
or CONM u
Thisa Home Company, and litanies 'against
lot, op Fire exclusivelr.
LEONARD WALTER, President.
BERT B PATRI V K
, Treasu n ir
HUGH XcELELENI. Secretary.
Leonard D 1111.87 1 .0118: •
C. C. Bevltter, f t l:g. r N e F W i l f:. 1 4,
Hobert, Patrick , J. C. Lappe,
Jacob Painter, J. C. Flelner,
Josiah King John Voegtley,
Jag. H. Hopkins, A. Ammon.
Henry Sproul, .
IM PAN Y.
OFFIDIC, N. Z. couNza WOOD a 111FTFIBT8
A Homo Cempany,taking Fire and. I Harine Meat
t PMBOT015: .
m. Phillips. Capt. John L. Rhoads,
hu Watt, 1 Samuel P. Shriver. •
hn K. Par k s
__, 1 Chanel. Arbuckle.
pt. James Hiller, Jared M. Brush.
m. Van Kirk, Wm F. Lank.
J es D. Verner danauel aleCrickut
WM. PHILLIP President. -- -
JOHN WATT, lee President; •
W. P. OARDNEIt, Secreta Iy.
. . PAWN .TAM..ef!RTION. ne.nerm Arent.
AGAINST LOSS BY EIRE.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA
0rn0E,43/1 it 437 OHESTNIII" IST., near
Charles R. Bancker. Mordecai B. LouLI
ToblaS Wagner, ; ' David B. Brown,
Samuel Want. . 1 Isaac Lea,
Jacob It. bmith, 1 Edward C. Dale,
FeArge. W. itlehards. tieorge Fales.
ORABLES O. HANCE Hi, President.
ED W. C. DALE, Vice President.
W. 0. BTEELE, Becretary.vro tam.
~_,I. GARDNER COFFIN, AGIN%
North West corner Third and Wood Streets.
WE:STERN INSURANCE CO M.
PANT OF PITTSBURGH.
ALEXANDER EDUCE, President.
WM. P. HERBERT,ltecretary.
O.A.PT. GEORGE NEELD, General Agent.
Mice, 92 Water etreet, Spans a Coes Ware..
house up stairs, Pittsburgh. ,
wi l l i nzure s„cainst all kinde of Fire and Ma
rin Risks. A home Institution, managed by Di.
rec n who are well known to, the community,
an 'who a?, determined by promptnes* and liber
al' y to maintain the character which they have
ass med, as catering the beet protect:lOn to tkose
who desire to be Insured.
Alexander AinAWL, . Jena B. Wane,
IL. huller, Jr.,
James McAuley, . Williams..a. 0 a E r v k a o u ....'
Alexander, dpeer, Joseph Itirkpattlar s
Andrew Milieu , Thilllo Renner,
David M. Long, W m ,k orri ,,, ,
D.'ltunsen. - • • n 027
1.14 LL EG XI ENT INSURANCE
COUPART. OP PITTSBURGH.
10E.No. 3 IPIPTH STIZE'ET, BANE Btoat.
Blab Tneurea against all kinds. or Piro and Maxine
JOHN IRWIN. Jn.. Preaidept.
T. J. HOSRINSON, Vice Prmldont.
• . O. G. DoNNltl , L..l3oCretnr9.' : - - ,••..
()AZT. WIC DEAN. GenerlllAgell4
' ' ' • Tannanoss:
. ~ Too
.'J.• •tit:lnv• Hop %k
Jr. .. B. L if*
e e itoOti
wo ' • 'V; • n, ' '
o.d. Liasesh . - , RobOerVolhaills
garray chntig4-' -_'-. -Fran deniers; -
.... ch i n e , R im, , ~ , I , CUM. J. 2:.„8t00)114aa.
Cot: wuraieszh' s 'T.ll.'Peirlil.: - • ,
r ENNS YLVA-iramma
NIA CENTRAL RAIL
AD. On and after JULY 25 0. - 1869, Trains
will arrive at and dep from the Union Depot.
:of Washington and Liberty streets, ais
Mail Train.... 1:25 lin • DayExpress..lll:ls all
Past 1.45 a= B outnern Ex.. 4:00 am
Wall's No/ 1.. 620 am Wail's No. /.. 6:30m0
BrintonAcc'n. 7:50 am Mall Train..... 8:14 ant
Wall's No. 2.. 8:50 am Ilra'ksAaliol .110:20mai
Cincinnati Eg.9:10 SCincin'tt Exnl:2o
Johnstown Ac10:35 am Wall's No. 2..11:45 pm
Bra`ks Ac Nol 1:10 pm Johnatown Ae. 3
Pittabteh Ex. 1:30 pm Bra'ks Ac N 0240 pm
Phila. Expressl:so pm Phila. Express 4:20 mg
Wall's No. 8...21:50 pm Wall's No. a.. 4:50
Bra"ks Ac No 2 5:50 pm Wall's No. 1.. 6:05 ma pm
Homewoo d Ae. 9:ss)put •• Fast Line..... 7:30 mc
Wall's No. 1. 7:20 pm Homewood sc. B:sopm
Way Passn"r 10;20 pm Wall's 50. L. 11:00 mp
.These trains make close connection at Harris
burg for Baltimore. . :
The Church Train leaves Walls Station grery
Sunday at 0:05 .1. m., reaching Pittsburgh at
10:05 a. m. Returning, leaves Pittsburgh at
12:50 p." m. and arrives at Walls Station at
2:10 p. m.
*Cincinnati Exprels leaves Asillv. Eoutbern
Express leaves daily except Monday. All outer
trace daily except Sunday.
For farther initormanon apply to
W. H. BECKWITH, Agent.
The Pennsylvantaßallroad Company will nota s
sume any riaktbrßaggage,txcept ftir wearing:iv
parel,maullimiirthearthiMaibilirf Pa.. One
dre. Dollars in value. All Baggage exceedlrg
that amount in value , will be .at the risk of rte
eirnar, unless taken Irr 1 contract. •
ap26 General Eitmerklitasslist, AltoOna.
ROAD.—On and after April 215th,11039,tha
Passenger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
Rai road will arrive at and depart • from 'Mg
Federal Street Depot, Allegheny City, as folloWSZ
Springd'e No 16:40i m Mali. 700 Sit
Freeport No.18:20 a m Freep ort No. 1 9:9oana
Express 10:40 a ut Shhrpbsg , Nol 11:90 am
Eiharpb , g No.
24 30 pm . 2:50 pm
Freeport No. 24:00 pm 8 4 1 %1P13:30 pin
Mail 550 p m 25:90 pm
Springd , e N026:30 m Boring N o 25:30 pnt
Aboye trains run daily except Sunday.
The Church Train leaves Allegheny Junction
ever! Sunday at 7:40 a. m., reaching Allegheny
City at 9:50 a. m. Returning, leaves Allegheny
City at 1:90 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny June.
Lion at 3:40 p. m.
COMMUTATION TIVECTI3—For sale in packages
of Twenty, between. Allegheny City, Chestnut
street. Herr% Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and
Sharpaburg and good only on the trains stopping
at Stations !peened on tickets.
The trains leaving Allegheny City at 700 a.
'n make direct connection at Freeport withWal•
kers line of Stages for Butler and Hannahstown.
Through tickets ma b e purchased at the Officet.
No. ISt. Clair stree t t, near the Suspensionßridgh
Pittsbura h, and at the Depot, Allegheny.
For further Information apply to
JAMES LEFFERTS, Ar e
The Western. Pen Federal
Rail Federal Street k.ta
Railroad w not
assume any risk for Baggage, except forwearing
YuPnsged and lim tin t heir
x e7 l iblZtaYal: On g
ceetling this amount valueto wilibe at the 6* St
the owner, unless tesken by special contract.
EDWARD R. - WILLi-An
ap26 General Superintendent, Altoona,
1§§ 8 1 Q.......... "7..— 1NEWENN1N
I' UGH, TORT WAYNE & CHICAGO
R. W. and CLEVELAND & PITTSBITB6II R. B.
From May 9th, 1869, trains will leave trent
and arrive at the Union Depot, north side,..Fitto- 1
burgh city time, as follows: • •
km*. . . t.drrios.
Chicalo Ex..2:08 i m Obitrago Ex.-1:5111W-
Erie &_YgnEx.7:2B a m Chicago Ex..13:03 pm
Cl. & WU!&11 . 16:111 am WheelingEx 10:48 aVS
Chicago Ka11..6:38 a m,Bt. Louis Ex 7:1118 pns
Chicago Ex— ..9:43 a m Chi•go Ex&1214:08p m
Cl. & Wk•g Ex 2:08p n. Cleveland Ex 3:33 p m
Chicago Lx.. 1:23 p m Erie & Yg•n Exs:sBp In
W'e &Erie Ex4:3B pn. Cl. &Wh•g Exo:s3p at
Depurtfront Attegheny. Arrive in „Ailsghtisa
Bear Falls Ac. 8:58 is m Lcetadale Ac..13:58 am
Leetsdale •• 10:0 3 / a ll fica•r Fails +• 8:28 ant
• " 11:58 am New Castle "10:23 am
Rochester •• 1:28p mtEnon " 9:13 am
Enon •• .3:58 pm 'Leetsdale " 1:08 pm
Leetsdale Acc.s:l3 pm!flea'r Falls " A:43 pm
Bea•rFalls •• • 6:13 pm, Leetsdale " 4:33 pm
Leetsdale " 10:43pm; " " 7:23 tra
Fair Oaks Sun. I Fair Oaks Bun- •
day Church. 1:13 pm I day Lhurch. 9:58 ant
.ate` 2:23p. m. Chicago Express leaves daily.
lar 12:030. m.Chicagc Express arrives daily.
J.ll. KIMBALL, J. N. 11• CULLOUGH,
- Goan Ticket Agent. Elen•lBuptexi't.
RANGE OF t..-
LEGNENT VALLEY ELELTLRO.6II,
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE OIL
. REGIONS WITHEIIIT CHANGE OF CARS.
On and after MONDAY, June 14th,1869. TWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday)
will leave Pittsburgt Depot, corner of .Elev.
- enth and Pike streets,fcr Franklin, 011City,Buf.
fato, and all points in tl e Oil Regions.
LEAVIL P.lll - 8111711811. ARRIV PITTATKOSGE
Day Ex 8:00 ani :Day Ex 5:15 pat
aright Ex.... 7:30 pm.NlghtEx 6;30 a=
Brady's B AC 3:05 pm t Bradys B An 10:15 am
Freeport Ac. 9:40 ain let SodaW`ks 7:40 ate
ad Soda Wlts 6:30 pin iFreeport Ac. 6:15 pat
lsi 6:45 a milst Milton.. R:5O aat
2d Hu1t0n...12:00 did Milton... 200 p
3d Hutton... 1 l:00 pm 3d Halton... 1:05 pna
Arnold's Ac. 5:00 pm t Arnold's Ac. 7:40 I) al
Cburen train to and from Sods Works Inuit
Pittsburgh at 1:10 r. it. Arrive at Pittsburgh,
(Sundays,) at 9:50A.
Express trains stop only ai principal points.
Accommodation rains sto p at all stations
J. J. LAWRENCR, (Jean lawn.
apal THOHAB DS. KKINGAim. blip%
.Tere. ICAbel '.
LODDit RAILWAY. '
PAN HANDLE BOUTS.
CHANGE UP TIME.—On and after MONDAY.
April 280, 1889, trains will leave and arrive a t
the Union Depot, as follow.:
Mall ....—• • .De
:0 pllaart . .
nt; 12:13 a. 121.
Fast. Line....— ..... 0:43 a. m. 7:13 p. m
. 2:33 p. m. 4:33 a. bi
Mixed .AcOn 533 a. m. 8:58 p.
McDonald's Acc`n,No.lll:43 m. 8:18 a. in.
Bteubenville Accommod. 3:58 p. m. 9:33 slat .
MeDonald's Aco'n. No. 25:18 p. m . 3:18 p. 12.
tlunday Church Train.. 1$11:58. 9:58 a. M.
Mir 2:33 P. Y. tra% will leave daily., • •
.1213 P. is:train will arri •
All other trains will run daily. B u naays exacta.
ed. The 9:43 a, m. Train makes close con.
nections at Newark Ic r Zanesville.
8. F. SCULL. General Ticket Agent.
. W. CARD, Satin.. Steubenville. Ohio.:
F AL ITTsBURH&MaIim
CON G NELT9V/ LL.E
On and niter TUESDA, oyeinber, Mi t
lestß, trains will arrive at and depart front tn.
Depot. corner of Grant and Water streeta, u
aseise seer.. union-
town 7:00 A. st. 6:00 P. 41.
McKeesport Accomdtln 1/:00 m 2:05 P. Xs
E. to and from Unt'n. 3:00 T. X: 10:10 w.
West Ned 4:3 Ps w. 8:35 A. Ite
Braddock wt 's A on
ccomdt Accom' "n. 8:15 0
P. M. 7:50 p.
Night Ac. tonsil "sport.lo:3o P.M.15:45 Ai X:
Sunday Church Train to •
and from West Newton 1:00 P. it.10:00 A 4
For tickets apply to _
E. M. R AYMOND, Agent
W. B. t3TOUT, Superintendent., nail
UNION PACIFIC RAnwAr
The SHORTEST AND MUST HBE/AM
ROUTErrom theKeetto Phiste a
New Maxim, Idaho,
Two Trani leave /State Line and Leaverkwcrde
daily, (Sundays excepted,ion the arrival of trains
or Pacific Railroad R•oni St. Louis, and Ran*.
bal and St. .Joe Railroad from Quincy, connect•
Jaw at Lawrence, Topeka and: Waxing°. with
stakes for all Taints fn Eansas. At end of
track west of Ellsworth with the UNIT=
STATES EXPRESS COMPANY'S DAILY
LLNE OP 017FRLAND MAIL ANII 'BXPBII33
DENVER; BALI zauxiaj
AU .Points in the Territories.
And ACHE S D 810301,31 TRI-WEERLY LIM*
of C for Fort Union, Bent's Fort. ran i
Albuquerque, Banta Fe, and all point . in An.
sons - and New Mexico.. -
With the recen additions of rolling stoeX
and equipment, and the arrangements lamb
with responsible Overland Transportation. Lines
from its western terminus,- this road now otters
unequalled . for the tre e m sdon of
freight to tae gar Wert. -
Tickets for sate at ail the pencils:. °Meta IA
the United States and Oanadm • ..,
Be sure and_ask 'or th. Leta via TAR SMOZX
RILL DOOT4J; NION-PACIF/0 RAILWAT.
, .4feLeral Einperintenden
• : : NinpaTilat
*N th itetottnitzetEr4kst.