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PITTSBURGH LIVE STOCK MAR- ,
PERN'AI CENTRAL STOCK YARDS,
WEDNESDAY, August 25, 1869.
The sales of cattle during the week,
ending at noon to-day, were as follows.
Wednesday t Augast IS 197
Thursday, " 19.. 909
Friday, " 20 • 190
Saturday, " 21.. ' 24
Monday, " 23..
Tuesday, " 24.. 231
Wednesday, " 25.. 366
The remarkably hot weather which
has prevailed daring the past week has
had a depressing influence on the ottle
market, as it had a tendency to res iot
the number of buyers, and with onl:4' a
moderate demand, the feeling was a :lit
tle tame,notwithstanding New York; was
reported a shade better than last week.
Shippers, generally, are asking for,con
cession, and the majority of thetare
fuse to buy unless a slight reduction is
granted.. As will be seen by reference
to the report of sales to-day, there were
. but two or thre droves sold above seven
cents, and they must have been remark
ably good cattle's_ to bring what they
did, 7y,, and 7,40. The Lulk of the offer
- jugs consisted mainly of the lower
grades, and as a consequence, prime
shipping cattle brought, relatively, bet
ter nrices than commoni,h stock, and
met withreadier sale. This low grade
stock is in very light request, and stock
growers from Lancaster Chester and
other adjoining counties, In the eastern
Part of the State, are not buying as
freely' as in former years, in conse
quenuce of the drouth land scarcity of
pasture in that section of country.,
WEDNESDAY, August 18.-Hclmes Laf
ferty & Co. for Blair to Delone 18, weigh
ing 19,120, at 6,50; same for Brown to
Buch 37, weighing 39,020, at 6; Hazio
wood &B. for Campbell to Briggs 69,
weigniug 80,450; at 6,87.; same for
Downing to O'Donnell 18. weighing 20,-
340, at 6,20; Hedges &T. for Maxwell to
Enders 16, weighing 19,280; Ward to
Mutthersbaugh 20, weighing 19,400, at
5,75; Smith to Briggs 32, weighing 43,-
589, at 7,75; McCorkle to Shiner 4,
weighing 3,540; Evans to Moses 20,
weighing 19,320, at 6,50.
THURSDAY, Aug. 19.-Holmes, L. & Co
for Hessing to Krebs 18, Weighing 19,-
480, at 6; Barnes for Rice to Krebs 20,
' weighing 19,530, at 6; same for French
• to Marks, 19, weighing 18,370, at 5,62;
same for Boswell toMcArdle 51, weigh
ing 56,959, at 4; same for McKever to Bid
dle 40, weighing 41,640, at 5,90; same
for French to Ault 25, weighing 20,870,
at 4; same for Atkinson to same 21,
weighing 15,680, at 3,55; same for Toner
J. to Voetter 61, weighing 53,889, at
4,25; same for Perdiman to Zug 60,
weighing 38,140, at 3,60; same for Mar
shall to Rice 18, weighing 20,010, at 6,60;
same for Milligan to Weaver 21, weigh
ing 16,590, at 3,87; Bowden to AlcArdie
16, weighing 20,000 at 7,75; Appleton to
Lamb 31, weighing 35,490, at 6,75; 133W
den to McArdle 18,1 weighing 20,560 at
6,37; Ward & L. to IHittle 21, weighing
19,400, at 5,25; Alfotd to Evans 51, weigh
ing 45,400, at 7,12. ' Hwy to. Aull 33,-
weighing 40,090, at 7,37; Alford to Mc-
Ardle 32, weighing 42,410, at 7; Ward &
L. to Scott 17, weighing 16,580, at 5;
Smith to Martin 31, weighing 40,200, at
6,75; same to same 48, weighing 63,-
879, at 7,75: Hazlewood & B. for Kerwin
to Aull 'l9, Ni eig.,ing 19,420, at 5,25;
Hedges & T for Gregory to Landis 33,
weighing 38 030, at 7; 820 over.
FRIDAY, August, 20.-4lolmes, L. & Co.
for Perdiman to Carfore 29, weighing
19,300. at 3,25; same for same to Landis
29, weighing 18,300, at 3,12; same for
same to Black 29, weighing 18,700, at
3,12; samea for Marshall to Klemens 68,
weighing 71,910, 3,50; same for Beals to
Rowe 27, weighing 17,4 8 0, at 3.45;
Hedges &T. for Munhall to Klemens 8,
weighing 8.250, at 6.
SATURDAY, August-21.-Holmes, L. &
Co. for Forbs to Klemens 24, weighing
18,890, at 4,87.
MONDAY, August 23.-No sales.
TUESDAY, August 24.-Holmes, L &
Co. for Pate to Gillett & Co. 18, weighing
18,900; same for Thompson to Pancoast
2, weighing 2,790; same for Williams to
Gillett & Co. 18. weighing 20,700; Hedges
& T. for Mallhal to Hellion 25, weighing
21,990; same for same to Klemens 35,
weighing 30,270, 4,25; same for Oden to
Young 19, weighing 18,520, 6,50; Orr &
Williams for Renikor to . Briggs 35,
weighing 44,350, at 7,15; Trauerman & L.
to Klemens 11, weighing 19,020, at 7,25.
WEDNESDAY, August 23.-Hedges
Taylor for Scrogg & W. to H W. Gilett
& Co. 18, weighing 20,010, at 56,80;
Hedges & Taylor far Collins to Klemens
15, weighing 18,210, at 6,50; Hedges & T.
for Oden to Miller 19, weighing 18,610, at
5,50; same for same to Kelly 21, weigh
ing 161970, at 4,75; Hazlewood & B. for
• Downing to Klemans 18, weighing 17,-
120, at 5,75; same for Irwin. to Klemans
'l7, weighing 18,770, at 5,5; Holmes, L.
& Co. for Voetter to Hantzberger 21,
-weighing 17,950, at 4,30; same for Wil
l-Rams to Kelley 19, weighing' 17,400;
same for Philips. to Huntzberger 1,
weighing 1,030, at 3.25; J. W. Farall to
Thos. Lamb 17, weighing 19,720-off cars
-at 6,87; Seymore to Law b 18, weighing
18,500, off cars, at 6,62; A. Casterline to
P. Klemans 32, weighing 41,450, at 7,37;
.Bash for Mnlholm to P. Klemansi 68,
weighing 83.440, at 7,40; Pattersen'to
Huntzberger 18, weighing 13,270, at 4,60;
Smith to Klemans 38, weighing 39,780.
at 6,25; Adams to Uhler 21, weighing
19,570, at 6,15.
The Sheep market, compared with last
week, has undergone but little change.
The receipts cotinue fair and of the com
moner grades, the sulply is fully up to
the demand, while prime fat sheep, as
has been the case for some time past, are
scarce, and bringrelatively better prices
and meet with readier sale, than the
commoner grades. Fair to good may
be quoted at 3%@4; and prime to extra
at 4MC)S, with one sale of - fancy at SM.
Scalawags are hard to sell - at any price,
as shippers find it difficult to get their
money back again. -The daily sales since
the date of our last report were as fol.
Friday, " 20
Saturday, " 21
Monday, " 23
Tuesday, " 24
The Hog market opened up a litt!e ex
cited this morning as it was thought the
eupply-was about to give out, but it did
not last long, as by noon it was compar
atively quiet, and nearly all the shippers
were able to get all they wanted. Prices,
compared with last week, have under
gone no material change. Philadelphia .
Hogs quoted at 11;4 ®10X: Baltimore
Hogs 93t@10; and Yorkers, 9@9%. The
sales were as follows:
Wedneaday,A.ug.lB • 1,754
Thursday ' " 19 1,494
Friday " 20 724
Saturday " 21 ..... ...... 893
Monday, • " 23 812
Timidity u 24 . 963
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
•Ngw Yortic, August- 25.-Cotton dull
and %a lower, with sales 950 bales at
3430 for middling uplands. Flour: re
ceipts 12,214 bbis; market opened dull
and closed a shade easier,with sales 7,900
bbls at 55,75@6,25 for superfine State and
western, 56,6w:4)7,05 for extra State, 56. 30
@7,20 for extra western, $7,25@7,50 for
white wheat extra, 56,70@7,25 for round
hoop Ohio, s7@)B for extra St. Louis, and
58®10 for good to choice do. Rye flour
quiet, with sales 200 bola at 54,50@6,65.
Corn Meal scarce, with sales .700 bbla
southern, Including Brandywine, at 56,25
@6,60. Whisky lower at $1,60 for west
ern, and $1,24@1,25 for free. Wheat:
receipts 15,064 bush; .market steady and
more doing, with sales 186,000 at 51,35®
1,41 for No. 3 spring, 51,40(0)1,51 for No. 2
do., 51,55 for amber State, $1,55©1,60 for
winter red and amber western, 51,50®
1,5334 for soft winter western, 51,60 for
amber Tennessee, and $1,58 for winter
red western to arrive. Rye quiet. • Bar
ley nominal. Corn: receipts 8,743 bush;
market steady and more active, .with
58,000 bush at 90c©51,03 for unsound
new mixed western, 51,10151,1234 for
sound do.,and 51,10% for kiln dried.
Oats: rec eipts 42,654; market unsettled,
opening heavy and declining; closing
firm, with sales 95,000 bush at 60@620 for
old western, and 59@620- for new south
ern and western; clatiag with 63c bid for
new. Linseed Oil dull at 97c@)51. Rice
firm at 8 34@ 9 34e for Carolina.Coine quiet
and firm. Sugar steady, with sales 250
hhds Cuba at 11@11%c. Molasses
quiet. Petroleum dull at 16;c for crude
and 31%c for refined. Hops dull at 9@
15c for American. Coal: domestic
drooping at $8@8,59 per ton by cargo;
foreign quiet. Leather: hemlock solo
dull and drooping at 30(D32c Buenos
Ayres and Rio Grande light maid middle
weights. Wool quiet, with sales 20,000
pounds at 48©51c for domestic fleece, 32
ig33c for unwashed, and 44c for pulled.
Spirits Turpentine heavy at 411. c.
Pork dull and a shade lower, with
sales 300 bbls at 532,87@33 for new mess,
closing, sellers at 532,75 cash, 532,50 for
old do., 527,75@28 for prime. ;,30@30,50
for prime mess. Beef steady; sales of
125 bbla. Beef Hams quiet; sales of 80
bbls at 25@30c. Cut Meats quiet; sales
of 130'packages at 14%@)1534c for shoul
ders, .a@l9c for hams. Middles firm;
sales of 115 boxes ice-cured at 17%@17%c.
Lard steady and quiet; sales of 325 tierces
at 17/@l9/0 for steam,• 191 4 @19%c for
kettle rendered, also 250 tietces steam,
buyers September, at 19%c.. Butter dull
at 16@28e for Ohio. Cheese steady at 14
@1634c. Sheathing cooper at 32c, ingot
do. is rather more active and steady at
23c for Lake Superior. Pig iron quiet
and firm 538 @ 42, for Scotch, and 532 for
American: bar firm at 585 for refined En
glish and American. Sheet iron dull at
11Q12.3._10 in gold for Russia. Nails
quiet at $4,6234@4,75 for cut, §5,12Me6,25
for clinch,land 26a30c for horse shoe.
Freights to Liverpool are more active,
with shipments of 100,000 bush, wheat
at B%c per sail, 9%©10c per steamer.
Latest-Flour clesed dull and in buy
ers favor. Wheat steady, with a fair ex
port demand. Rye nominal. Oats
quiet, at 62(g63c for new and old west
ern, the latter an extreme. Corn qiii-et,
at 90c@$1,00 for sound and $1,09@ I, i 2 fCr
sound mixed western.. Pork nominal,
at 532,70@32,75 for mess. Beef in,mod
erate request and unchanged. Cut
Meats quiet and unchanged. Bacon
quiet and steady. Lard quiet, at 190
19 , ,.fc for fair to prime steam. Eggs dull
Cnicaoo, August 24.-Eastern Ex
change at par selling; 1-B@ii 5 discount
buying. Flour very dull at 55,50@7 for
spring extras. Wheat less active; No. 1
declined I(th2c and no transactions; No.
2 declined 6'3Bc with sales at 51,3001,31;
closing at 51,3101,31%; the market this
afternoon was irregular; No. 2 held ati
51,34 seller August, and 51,25 1 4 bid sel
ler September. Corn; No. 2 steady and
firm at 8434@86c: closing at 86c: rejected
less active and I@2c lower, with sales at
79@81c, and no grade at 75@77c; this
afternoon the market was firmer,
with sales of No. 2 at 6734 c seller
August. and 87c seller September. Oats
more active and Mgdc lower; sales at 44
@4434c cash, closing unchanged. Rye
irregular and I@2c higher; sales No. 2 at
92 1 ,4@)95c; rejected 50@)8034c, closing easi
er, with sales of No. 2 at 94c. Barley
-very quiet and firmer, closing at 51,15
for No. 2. Highwines quiet, nominal
and lc lower; sales at $1,18®1,20, closing
at 31,18 for new. Sugars very firm and
active at 1334 sgll4%c for common to prime
Cuba. Provisions more Active. Agess
pork steady at 533,75 cash. Lard nom;.
nal at 19®19340. Shoulders steady at
13%c; rough sides 16%c; short ribs 16
@l7c; sweet pickled hams 18@1834c.
Freights more active and %c lower at 4%
@5O on wheat. to Buffalo. Receipts for
the past 24 hours-3.745 bbls flour, 70,240
but wheat, 106,081 bu'corn. 45,004 bn oats,
2,500 bn rye, 4,750 bu barley, 4,893 hogs.
Shipments-3,623 bbls flour, 24,281 bu
wheat, 88,324 tin corn, 18,910 bu oats, 363
bn rye, 823 hogs.
By. Louts, August 25.-Tobacco is un
changed for good qualities. Cotton nom
inal at 32c. Hemp quiet, with sales of
undressed at $1,151gi1,50. Flour is very
quiet and easy but not lower; choice
superfine sold at 15@5,30, extra at $5,40@
5,50, double extra $5,firstname.lastname@example.org, treble extra
to choice family 56,50®7,50, fancy 58@
8,75; about 4,000 bbls low medium flour
have been sold for Liverpool account
during the past three weeks, but the
demand has now ceased. Wheat dull
and heavy and 2@3c lower; there is no
gbod quality of spring on the market;
No. 2 red fall 51,1b@1,18, No. 1 do. 51,20
@1,25, choice 51,30@1,35, prime to choice
white 51,20@1,40. Corn firmer at 92@
95c for mixed in sacks, and9s©97o for
white. Oatar" holders contended for a
farther advance, -which checked bust
nem; mixed sold at 50®51c, and white
at 51@53%c, Barley dull at 51,15 for No.
2 spring. Rye very slow at 87@900.
Whisky firm' ht, 51,20. Groceries; very
little doing. Rio Coffee ranges 21%@
25c for good and fair to.. choice; Louis
iana Sugar 12 1 ,4®143c. ' Plantation Mo.
lasses 70(4)75c. Pork; jobbing lots sold
at 534,50, and seller and buyer January
at 526. . ' Dry salt clear rib sold at 145@
17%c, and clear shies at 18c. Bacon Is
. very firm; loose shoulders 15%c, do.
packed 15%@16c, clear rib sides 19c,
and clear sides 19Vo. Lard; choice ket
tle 19%c for tierce, and 21c for kegs.
Receipts: 1,800 bbls flour, 32,800 bus
wheat, 250 bus corn, 6,700 bus oats, 600
bus barley, 1,400 bus rye. .
CINCINNATI, August Z.-Flour un
changed, family 55,75@6. Wheatquiet,
but is held more firmly; red $ 1,20@11,25.
white $1,40®1,45. Corn scarce and 'held
at 81,05; sales at $1©1,02. Oats dull at
48@560. Rye 51@1,05 and firm. Tobac
co in good demand; sales 234 hhds. at 57
(4)24, and prices tend upward. Whisky
in fair demand at 51,20. Provisions are
quiet and unchanged. the demand has
been very light and nothing was don
worthy (.f note. Lard 011 f1,42®1,45
Linseed Oil 96@97e, Petroleum 28@300
Sugar firm wilt' a fair demand; raw 13 •
15160. Coffee quiet at 19%©25,4c. But
ter unchanged at 25@260. Cheese inac
tive at 13®13%c. for Western Reserve,
and 15@)15340. for factory. Gold 133. Ex
change 1-10 per cent. disoeunt baying.
Curnri.s.l4D, August 25.-Flour dull
and unchanged. Wheat Ic. lower and
in active demand, ores 6%000 bushels
changed hands at 11 - ,34 for No: 1 red win.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE;- 71101SDAY, AUGUST -26
ter on spot; 11,30®1,31 for No. 2 red;
$1,83@1,34 for No. 1 seller August: closed
quiet at these figures. Corn: nothing
done, nominally 2e. lower, held at 98c.
for No. 1 mixed; No. 2 do. 96c. Oats dull
and lower with light sales at 48a. for No.
1. Rye quiet and unchanged, No. 1 held
,at Il1ig1,05; No. 2 do. 9Ec. Barley has
commenced to come forward but no
transactions and no figures can be given.
Petroleum: some inquiry from the. West
but not active; held at 28©30c; for re
fined; crude dull at 56,40.
Topgno i August 25.—Flour dull.
Wheat steady; No. 1 white Michigan
81,42%; No. 1 red $1,3714: N0..2 do $1,32;
No. 3 $1,24; amber $1,37y,. Corn dull
and heavy; No, 1 930, and No. 2 910.
Oats dull at 47c for No. 1, and 43c for No.
2. Receipts-3,600 _bbls flour, 100,000
bush wheat, 7,900 bush corn, 3,000 bush
oats, 300 blish rye. Shipments-8,600
bbls flour, 131,000 bush wheat, 28,000
bush corn, 700 bush oats, 1,200 bush rye. !I
MILWAUKEE, August 25.—Flour ;dull
and unchanged. Wheat 11,38 for No. 1, ,'
$1,35% for No. 2. Oats 56c for No. 2.
Corn dull and unchanged. Rye entire-
ly nominal. Barley dull at $1®1,25 for
fair to prime. Grain freights nominally
unchanged. Receipts: 500 bbls flour,
13,000 bush wheat, 3,000 bush oats, 1,000
latish corn. Shipments; 1,000 flour, 700
HILADELPHIA, August 21.—Petrole
il steady; crude 220; refined 31%c. Flour
(hill and scarce. Wheat dull; red $1,52
@1,57; white $1,68®1,70. Rye steady at'
$l,lB. Corn less active and lower, with
sales of mixed western at $1,1501,16.
Oats dull; new 55@57c: old 56®60c.
Provisions firmer. Whisky steadp.
Wood $1,15. lion $1,27.
BALTIMORE, August 25.—Flour very
dull and weak. Wheat dull and heavy;
prime to \choice red $1,4001,45. Corn
firm ' white $1,15. Oats dull at 53@58c.
Rye dull eft $1,05®1,10. Mess pork quiet
and firm at $34. Bacon quiet; rib sides
19±4; cleai rib 19;‘; shoulders 164.
Hams 1.4®2513. Lard Quiet and firm at
20®21c. Whiskey less firm at $1,26.
MEMPHIS, August 25.—Cotton dull;
middling 32%c; receipts 19 halts; exports
none; the first new bale sold today for
38c; 5 bales of the new crop arrived this
morning. Corn 88@90c. Oats 60@65.
Hay slB®l9. Bran 17@18c. Wheat
$1,10®1,35. Corn meal, fresh $4,35.
Bacon firm; sides 19%®20; shoulders
LOUISVILLE, August 25.—Bazging 23V,
@240. Flour: superfine_ss®s,2s. Leaf
Tobacco firm; sales 98thds. at $6,50®30.
Provisions very firm: mess pork s34®
34,50. Bacon shoulders 161401634 c; clear
rib sides 19 > qc.; clear sides 19%,520c.
Hams: sugar cured 22c.; fancy
,do. 2334 e.
Lard 203 c. Whisky steady at $1,20@
DETROIT, Aug. 25.—Wheat heavy and
508 c lower; extra white $1.53; No. 1 do
$1.35®1,37: regular $1,25@1,26. Corn
51,03. Oats—new 58c.
Live Stuck Markets
NEW torn, August 25.—Beeves are
!;c higher, and sell readily, with 1,250
head arrived with no Texans among
them, but several fine droves of Ken
tucky Durhams were on sale, and prices
ranged from 12 to 16c, with somewhat
free sales of fat cattle at 15616 c, and only
thin lots wont below 14c. A drove, of 8
cwt., Kentucky cattle averaged 15:Mc,
and another drove of S cwt. sold at 15th
16c; 90 head of Illinois, of 7
cwt., -sold at $107; also 2 cars thin
011ie, 5 cwt. at ;67.. Sheep and lambs
are doing better under light arrivals
of 2.750 this morning ; sheep selling at
4%6634c, and lambs at 641.8 e. A car of
Ohio sheep, 84 lbs., brought sx 3 c; a car
of Indiana, 90 lbs., at 6;ic, and some 110
lbs. Canadas, at 6%c; a ear of fine 66 lbs.
State lambs sold 8;..V; 60 lbs. Canadas at
7 3 4 c. Hogs weak at 12; 5 4612%c for
dressed-; arrivals, 5,000.
CHICAGO, August 24.—Cattle more ac
tive and firm at $4,25R.5,60 for fair to ex.
trit cows; $5,8066 for fair to triodulum
light steers; 86,4067,50 for good to ex
tra smooth shipping steers. Hogs quiet
at $8,75(T 9 for common; $9,1069,40 for
fair to medium, and ;9,5069,75 fur good
ST. Louis, August 25.—Cattle un
changed; sales at- 2@sc for inferior to
medium, and 53 @6lic for prime to
choice. Hogs are in, good demand at
IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
CLEVELAND AND PITTIRDROR RAU:
ROAD. August 25.-50 bbls oil. J Spear; 1
car wheat, Culp Sr Shepard; 1 do clay, S
S Fowler; Ido lumber, J Heath; 2do
limestone ore,•Bryan & Co; 2 do do, Rees,
Graff & Dull; 2 do do, McKnight, Porter
& Co; 2do iron ore, Shoenberger, Blair
& Co; 1 do billets, J Moorhead; 4do do,
Nimick & Co; 12 bble, 5 masses copper.
Pgh & Boston Mfg Co; 8 cases shoes, 1 bx
boot, W E Schmertz & Cc; 20 bile
spokes, M MoWhinney; 35 bxs starch, J
Wilson & Son; 20 do do, Strickler & M;
60 bxs and 1 crate starch, W D Cooper &
Bro; 25 do starch, W H Kirkpatrick; 30
do do, Little & B; 25 do do, Head
25 do do, W ;Cooper & Co; 25 do do, L J
Blanchard; 11 bdis hdls, 1 bx hard ware,
Lindsay, 4 & Co; 4 do do, .1 Godfrey; 93
bgs wheat, 74 do oats, W Welsh & Co;
118 bbls flour, Schomaker &L; 10 bbla
onions, 2 do eggs, II Riddle; 50 aks corn,
J J Pettit; 20 bxs cheese, Watt, Lang &
Co; 10 trubks, J Leibler; 1 ear rye, W
Bingham; 1 do feed, Keil & Ritchart; 17
blab sugar, Arbuckles dt Co; 25 cases
clay, Thos Coffin; 200 pigs lead, Beymer,
B & Co: 1 Car wheat, J - dt W Falrley; 1 do
oats, W G Miller; 37 bbla apples, Ido
plums, Bruggermen & O'Brien; 99 do do,
20 do pears, 20 onions, 1 do eggs, Voigt,
Mahood & Co; 5 do do, W C Armstrong;
4 doz chair, Close, S & Co; 2 bxs pears, 7
do plums, F Schild; 17 eke wheat, Mc-
Bane & Arden
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE! & CHI
DAGO RAILROAD, August 25.-3 care
metal, Hallman & Hammett; 2 do do,Nim.
Ick & Co; 2do do, Rees, Graff & Dull;
do do, Graff, Byers & Co; 1 do do,Loomis
& Collard; 7 do do, Zug & C; 1 oar
wheat, Hitchcock, McCreery & Co; 1 do
millfeed, Kell & Ritchart; 4 cars staves,
84 oil bbls, M P Adams & Bro; 21. bbls
pearls, Dithridge & Son; 1 car corn, 0 H
Allerton; 1 car willfeed, S B kloyd &
Co; 65 eke hair, J Y McLatighlin; 7 bdls
tubs, .T S Dilworth & Co; '25 bxs, cheese,
Atwell it, Lee; 12 eke rags, Pittsburgh
Paper Manufacturing Co; 6 bgs rags, 2
do coffee, Wm Miller & Co; 57 hides, G
N Hoffstott; 30 eke bones, Sowards &
Emerson; 10 bbls flour, Haworth (14
Dev.'hurst; 50 bdle broom handles, Mc-
Elroy & Co; 3 bbls eggs, L J Blanchard;
100 do flour, owner; 50 bbls highwinee,
Little & Mechling, 15 bbla •oil, H M
Henderson Bro; .50 bbls flour, Samuel
Lindsay, Jr & Co; 1 bbls alcohol, Jos
Fleming; 80 green salted hides, Geo H
ALLEGHENY STATION, August 26.-
7 bbls onions, J Dry foos; 12 bbls apples, 0
C Lamb; 4 do do, 4 do eggs, John Her
bert; 7 bbla eggs, C Hartman; 4 do do, A
D Garvey; 114 bgs rye, 80 do oats, R
Knox &Son . eke oats, .T B McKee: 53
bdls paper, 'Frazier & Metzger; 8 eke
wool, 1 do pelts, J R McDonald; 14 rolls
leather, J Gallery.
Az.i.sciNstar VALLVT. RAILROAD. AU , .
gust 24.-520 bbls crude oil, H MoKelvy:
480 do do, Pool Bro; 560 do do; J J Van
dergoll; 400 do do, Fisher Bro;240,510 do,
Jai - Wilkins: 10 eke rns, Christy_ & Ben
ham: 1 box beeswax, Harris 4 Ewing; 4
hides, Seibert it' Berg: 8 " baskets, pota
toes, 2 do do. onions, fl Moaraw.
The river was stationary last evening,
With scant three feet by the Mononga
hela marks. Weather continues oppres
sively hot—mercury 91 in shade. To
wards evening the sky was overcast
with a strong west wind, and the indica-
tions were favorahle for rain. This last
swell was out of the Allegheny.
—Capt. John W. Anawalt left for
Wheeling yesterday to look after the
FVild Duck, which boat is laid np at that
F, —The Gallatin left for Memphis yes
terday. She was sold recently, and will
be placed in the Memphis and Mound
City packet trade.
—Captain William B. Hazlett hits sold
one-half of the steamer Nile to Captain
Henry McPherson for 1,12,000. She will
run In the Omaha trade.
—The new boat now under construc
tion for Captain W. R. Greathore, at
Madison, Ind.. fer the Bayou Sara trade,
Is to be named St. John.
—Captain Amos Abrams, formerly
commander of the Victory, is at 'resent
engaged in cotton planting in Lou shine.
He has a 1,300 acre plantation, a d ex
pects a large crop this year. I
—The U. S. Local Inspectors at Louts.
•ille have suspended the engineer's
icense of Robert Redden and Thomas
Green, pending an investigation Into
the cause of the explosion of the boilers
of the steamer Cumberland, of which
vessel they were acting engineers at the
time of the accident. -
—A Louisville telegram says: The
river continues to recede, with only 3
feet 2 inches in the canal, and 1 foot 2
inches over the rocks. The falls can
easily be forded from bank to bank.
The bridge company is taking advan
tage of the low stage and building ma
sonry with great rapidity. The founda
tion of the last pier has been almost
completed. The Indiana, hence to New
orleans, finding the channel at Flint
Island impassable, has changed her
course and is on her way back. The
Minneola and Anna are - still nerd and
fast aground on Portland bar; the Mary
Davage and Flavilla are hard aground
--We clip the following from the' St.
Louis Democrat: In may be recopected
that In the down alp of the s4eamer
Sallie from the mountains, one of her
passengers, a Frenchman, became up
roariously crazy, seized firearms, at
tempted to shoot and kill, and was put
in close confinement. Upon the boat
reaching St. Louis he broke his fasten
ings and escaped. We next hear of him
as a . patient in the City Hospital, !where
ho is cured of his ailment and becomes
sane. He goes before Mr. Longuemare,
the French Consul, and makes a state
ment to the effect that the officers of
the boat were in possession of his gold
dust, coin and drafts, to the amount of
two thousand or three thousand dol
lars, which he wishes to t ecover.
ECM] ITV AND COMFORT
for the traveling community.
J. B. BUIRRIS
Safely Fire Jacket, Car Heater and
For Smoke and Hot Air Flues, dispensing with
the use of ktoves and fire-‘ In or about the Pat sen
ge r or Baggage Cars, with the attachment to
graduate the best to any temperature that may
s.e tiedred without tts fidEle, the
ear or car tN which she locket may he att. bed.
Having obi. tined of the ULlted States Letti , rs
Patent f,r a .aiety Jacket, which Is warranted
Yo resist the mos• intro.., heat fat umy In ap
plied to it In toe position and purpose for which
it is intended.
It Is a sure protection from acciden by are.
originating from defective Cues or w ere Iron
pipt are used as conductors for stook or heat.
It Is applicable to all piping that ma become
overheated. and is warraut-d to give pi feet sat
isfaction o here wood or other calabash le mate
riai may be Mooed In close maxima) thereto,
I 541110 W ready to apply my invention stores,
dwellings, factories, ships, steamboats railroad
cars. &c. Wherev7r pipes as comlu tots are
made d..ngernus by being overheated and secu
rity defit,d, I will senu on application right to
manufacture or use the above invention. Also
Territorial rights to such as may wish to engage
In seising privileges tither ey State or county.
J. B. HARRIS.
Ear•Ofllee at the "NE PLEB ULTRA PAINT
WORKS. corner of slorrls street and the Alle
gheny Valley Railroad, Twelfth ward. Pitts
barna, Pa. Jyl6:an36
2,000,000 A" °F
CHOICE LANDS FOR SUE,
Union Pacific Railroad Company,
EASTERN DIVIBIOR, '
Lying along the line of their road, at
$l,OO TO $5,00 PER AgRF,
And on n CREDIT OF EPTE YEAH& r
'los farther particulars, maps, ac., sddreis .
JOHN 'P. DEVEBEITZ.
Land Commissioner, Topeka, Hanna.
Or CHAS. B. LAMBORN,
&nth Elt. tonic, Mlonourt.
• 4 4 4,5 .1
5 •• • $ O.
ROOFING SLATE OF VARIOUS
Qualities and Colors.
Particular attontion given to laying Slate and
repairing Slate roots. For particulars and prices
J. S. SEMITE%
No. 43 Seventh Avenue,
1312468 PITTSBURGH. P.S.
efIEMERIT-100 bbh Louisville
N.„,) Hyentine Cement, for ease
pr — DRUMM Cl= '1 1 .41.00
buis Loqintue jaydstiorainkar a sale
WHIM ELLER tie 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, Philadelphia and Baltimore Re
Golden Drips, Lovering,. lirtmlls, !Maui's,
Adams , and Long Island byrnps
Porto Rico, Cuba and English Island Molasses.
'Young Hsson, Japan, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Oolong Teas.
Carolina and Bangoin Rice.
Java, Lagnayrs and lo Coffees.
Tobacco, Lard 011. Pleb, Nails Snaps,
Cotton Yarns, &c., constantly oni hand.
Fine Brandies,Wines and Segars.
Rhenish, Moselle, and Sparkling Hock Wines
of Hinkel & Co.. in bottles.
Sparbitug Moselle, Scharsbcrg and Johannis
burg, Hockhelmer. - Burgundy, dc.
Brandenburg & Freres , Fine Olive Oil.
do do Clarets, !mooned in bottles.
do do White Wines. In bottles.
M. Wort & Sons' Sparkling Catawba.
Fine old Sherry, Madeira and Port Wines.
Free Old 3ionongaliela Rye Whiskies. pure.
do Very buperlorOld Scotch do do.
Imp Sole Agents for Moet I Chandon , a Grand Yin.
Verzenay and Sellery Champagne.
Brandies of our own selectalm and warranted.
E S' e l : Artl f . r lt H EpD BY A. ar. T
W. M. aORMLY,
No. 271 Liberty Street,
(DIRECTLY OPP. EAGLS HOTEL.)
Pla"l"B33l7llG , Fi. PA.
W. C. ARMSTRONG,
Successor to Fetzer & Armstrong,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 25 MARKET STREET.
If. STILF.LE. A. E1T5.1124.
"Ntir STEELE & SON,
AND DZALXEB IN
Err-otrit. GRAIN. FEED, &o.
No. 95 OHIO STREET, near East Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY. PA.
PETER MIL JAS. 7. =CHAIM
KELL & RITCHART,
FLOUR, GRAL.N, SEEDS, MILL PEED, &c.,
349 Liberty tit, Pittsburgh,
T 3. BLANCHARD.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 396 PENN STREET.
T TTLE, BAIRD 61, PATTON,
_LA Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants
and Dealers in Produce, Four, Bacon, Cheese,
Irish, Carbon and Lard Oil, Iron,Nails, Glass,
Cotton Yarns and all P'itsborgh Manutactures
generally, 11:.I and 11 1 21 ba:COND STREET,
JOIIN I. HOUSS...T.DW. H01761t....W3i. H. HOVSE.
TOJN L HOUSE &BROS., Sue
cecsoie to JOHN I. HOUSES CO., Whole
sam Eiroceis and Commission Merchants, Cor•
Ler of Smithfield and Water Streets. Pittsburgh.
JOHN MUTTON A WALLACII.
§sIEIIPTON & WALLACE Whole-
SALE GROCERS PROD U CE DEAL
. sc. 6 SIXTH STREET. Pittsburgh.
I an: ?SA
W. De CAMP,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT-LAW.
°nice, No. 137 FO.URTIi AVENUE, Pitt&
burgh, (formerly occupied by Hon. Walter H.
Lowrie) will practice in the U. S. Circuit and
District Courts, in the State Supreme and all tile
Courts of Allegheny county, and make colter>
tiona in most of the adjacent counties. '1323:d73
A RCHIBALD Bi,A KELEY,
No. 98 FIFTH STREET,
WM. B. NEEPEB,
ALDERMAN AND E%-OFFICIO JUISTIOE 01
OFFICE, 89 FIFTH AVENUE.
lipecial attention given to conveyancing and
collections Deeds. Bonds and Mortgages draws
up. and all 'legal business attended to . PropPUY
Ex-Oflicio Justice of the Peace and Police Mag.
trate. Otece, GRANT STREET, opposite the
Cathedral, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages, Acknowledgments,
Depositions, and all - Legal Business executed
with 'promptness and dispatch.
JOHN A. STRAIN,
EX-OPPICIO JUSTICE OF THE rzACE LED
POLICE MAGL3TRATE. -
Oidee,llll Furra STREET, opposite the Ca
thedral, Pittsburgh, Pc Deeds, Bonds, Mort
gages' Acknowledgments. Depositions and all
Lega fluidness executed with promptness and
T LIVERPOOL AND
TUE INMAI STELLIVISHIPS.
Numbering sixteen suit-alai vessels, among
to. mthe celebrated
CITY OF PARR! CITY CITT OF ANTWEte,_
CITY 07 BOSTON, CITY- OF BALTIMORE,
CITY OF LONDO, .
Sailing EVERY SATUEDA.Y, from Pier CS,
North River, New York. Fox natsage or further
Information spiny to
113 SMITHFIELD STREET. Pittsburgh.
SHEETIN GS AND BATTING.
HOLES, BELL & CO.,
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
litanrfacturers of HEAVY MEDIUM and LIGHT
ANCHOR AND HafiNOLLI
etTrIETETTT73fq AWTI 'FIATTIPPG.
NIA CENTRAL rout,
OAD. On and after JULY 25th. DM, Train
will arrive at and depart from the Union Depot,
corner of Washington and Liberty streets, of
Mall Train.... 1:25 am i*DayExpress.. 2:11. in
Fast Line.... .
1.45 am Soutnern Ex.. 4::40 a:r
Wall's No. 1.. 5 90 am Wall'a No. 1.. 6:30
BrintonAcc'n. 7:50 am Mail Train S:l4 t:r
Wall's No. 2.. S:5O am BraqsAs No110:20 ant
Cincinnati Ex.9:10 am • Cincin'tt Ex MAIO tar
Johnstown Ac10:35 am Wall's No. 2..11:45 Sal
Bra'ks Ac Not 1:10 pm Johnstown Ac. 3:418 pa
Pitt:P:eh Ex. 1:30 pm Fira'ks Ac No 2 3:40 pm
Phila. Expressl:so pm Phila. Express 4:20 pm
Wall's No. 11.. .2:sopm Wall's No. 2.. 4:sopas
Bra'ks Ac No 2 5:50 pm Wall's No. 4.. s:ospm
Homewood Ac.9:ssipm *Past Line 7:3opm
Wall's No. 4. 7:90 pm Homewood sc. B:sore
Way Passn'r 1090 pm Wall'alko. 5.. 00m •These trains make close connection aHarris
burg for Baltimore.
The Church Train leaves Walls Stub:instep
Sunday at 9:05 a. m., reaching Pittsburgh at
10:05 a. m. Re turning, leaves Pittsburgh at
12:50 p. m. and arrives at Walla Station at
*Cincinnati Express leaves daily. Southern
Express leaves daily_ except Monday. All °mar
mare a daily except entaday.
For farther informauon applyto
W. H. BECKWITH. Agent.
The Pennsylvaniaßaliroad Company will nota '-
same any net forßaggago, except for weariap
parel,and limit their resporusibilirrto exce edm,
dre: Dollars In value. AU Baggage ing
that amount in value will be at the risk of the
ownor, unless taken bv specie contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,
ap2B General Superintendent, Altoona, in,
RA.LROAD.—On and afterAprll 25th,11360,tha
Passenger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
Rai road will arrive at and depart from the
Federe l Street Depot, Allegheny G'ity.as follows:
Springd , e No 16:40 a m Ma 11...... .. 7:00 sui
Freeport No.18:20 a m Freeport —
As. 1 9:20at0:
mExpress 10:40 a Slurping o111:20 am
Sharpb'g No.11:20 p m•Express. 2:50 pia
Freeport No. 2 4:00 pm Springd'e No 13:30 pm
Mall 5:50 p m Freeport N0.25:20 pat
Springd`e No 26:20 p m Itinringd , elio 26:30 pm
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. ni. Returning, leaver Allegheny
City at 1:20 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny June.
Lion at 3:40 p. m.
COMlsorerlon TICICeTS—Yor sale In packages
of Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut
street. Herr% Bennett, Pine Creek, Etna and
Sharpsbarg and good o tick et s.he trains stopping
at Stations apeciaed on
The trains leaving Allegheny City at 7:00 a.
In. make direct connection at Freepon withWal.
ker's ilue of Stages for Butler and Hannahetown.
Through tickets may be purchased at the Ofllega
No. ISt. Clair street, near the Suspenslonßridge•
Plttsbura h, and at the Depot, Allegheny,
For farther informa apply to
Federal Street Depot.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will nod
se sums any risk for Baggage, excent il for wearing
trifes il ag'd tl n oll lirai i t n th Palu r e e . g Ml nil bagl i ag eg
seeding tile amount in value wlllbe at the risk id
the owner, unless taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILL I AM
ROB Genesi Anneristendent. Altoona,
BUMlll,__ POET WAYNE & CI:110MM
B. W. and CLEVELAND &PITTS/311E9E B. R.
From May 9th, 1869, trains will leave flow
and arrive at the Union ewt, north side, Fitts.
burgh city time, u follows:
Chicac: ect x... ..9:08 a m
Cl. & h1 , 16:111 a m
Chicago. Ma11..0:58 a m
Chicago Ex....9:43 a m
Cl. & Wk'g Ex 2:08 p m
Chicago Lx.. 2:23 p m
W 'e & Erie Ex4:3B p
Bea , r Falls Ac.8:58 a m
Leetsdale " 10:03 a m
Chicago Ex. t .1:58 a
lehleagoEx..l2:o3 p m
I Wheeling Ex 10:48a a
ISt. Louis Ex 7:OSp m
Cleveland Ex 3:53 p m
Erie & Yg'nExs:sBp m
Cl. &Wh'g Ex 6:53p m
Arrive fo, ettleghenk
Leetsdale Ae..0:58 atr
Bea'r Falls " 8:28 am
New Castle "10:23 tar
Enon " 9:13 am
Leetsdale " 1:08 pm
Bea'r Falls " 2:43 pre
Lelfdale " 4:33 pm
" 7:23 pia..
Fair Oake Son-
" " 11:58 am ':
Rochester-` 1:28 pm
Dion " - .3:58 p m
Leetsdale Acc.6:l3 pm
Leetsdale " 10:4-3 pm
Fair Oaks Sun
day Church. 1:13 ri m
413 r 2:23 p. tn. Chica•
;re 12:03 p. m.Chlca -
J. M. KIMBALL,
Gen'l Ticket AR=
day a:hurch. 9:58 am
go Express' leaves daily.
go Express arrives
J. N. 111 , CULLOUGH,
AILEGFIENY VALLEY BAILY 20.0.11),
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE OIL
REGIONS WITH: CUT CHANGE OF OARS.
On and after MONDAY, June 14tb,18t 9 TWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday)
will leave Pittsburg) Depot., corner of Elev
enth and Pike streets, ft r Franklin, OH City, Bar
fain, and all Dolnts in tie 011 Regions.
LEAVE PITTEBUR6II. ARRIV IN P/TISEMILGII
Day Ex 8:00 a m Day Ex 5:15 pre
Night Ex.... 7:30 pm NightEx 6;30 am
Brady's BAC 3.05 p m Brady.: RAc 1_0:15 a m Freeport Ac. 9:40 a m lstsodaW ' ka avto am
Sd SodaW , ks 6:30 p m Freeport Ac. 6:15p m
let Halton 6:45 a m let Halton.. 9:50 a m
2d Hultan...l2:oo ni 20 Halton... 2:00 p nt.
,3d Hutton— I t:00 pm 3d Halton... 1:05 p m
Arnold's Ac. 5:00 p m Arnold's Ac. 7:403m
Charm train to and from Soda Works leave
Ptttsburgh ar 1:10 P. M. Arrive at Pittsburgh,
(Sundays,) at 9.50 A. 9. .
Express trains stop only at principal
Accommodation rains stop at all stations
.1. J. LAViRENCx,_ clean buirt.
THOMAS IL KIN , Aas'l. Su"
CINCINNATI A.N DIREMplan4l-11111111r ,, ' LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE EOM%
CHARM/ OF TIME.—On and after MONDAY.
April 28th 1889, trains will leave and arrive as
the Anion depot, as follows:
Mall 2:08 a. au 12:13 a. me
Fast Line ............«» 9:43 a. m. 7:13 p. m
Express .... 2:33 p.m. 4:33 a. ma
Mixed Acc`n . —..—••• 5:33 a. m. 8:58 p. m• McDonald's Acen, No.111:43 a. m. 8:18 a.
Steubenville Acconunod. 3:58 p.m. 9:33 a.ta 1
McDonald's Ater:. No. 25:112p. m. 3:11 Rp. ir.
Sunday Chitral Train.. 12:58 p. m. 9:58 a. me
1133 X. train will leave .
151:13 P. X. train will arrive daily.
All other trains will ran daily. Sunaays eneer4.
ed. The 9:43 a. m. Train makes. close con•
notions at Newark fcr Zanesville.
B. F. SCULL. General Ticket
W. W. CARD, &Wt., Steubenville. Ohio.
ITTSBURGH & aningal
On and after TIDEBDAY,• Ifoyember.
lnet , trains will arrive at' and depart from Om
Depot. corner of Grant and Water streets, se
Mall to and from Unicm-
7i.x. 6:92 Xi
MatiesportAccomdtin nide T. 37r: A:Obi s jl.
Ex. to and froin llnt'n. 3:00 P. K. 10:10 A. 71.
West Newton Accom'd 4:30 p. X. 8:35
. Braddock , s Accomdt , n. 6:15 P. Y. 7:50 P. M
Night Ac. toMclpsport.l6:3o P. X. 6:45 A. X I
Sunday Church Train to
and Dom West Newton 1:007. X.10:00 A.
!or tickets apply In
Z. M. RAYMOND, Agent
W. B. STOUT. Superintendent.
S B luftfa. HILL
UNION PACIFIC BAILWAr
The SBURPEST AND MUST BELLE)
NOUkkaom the .ICestto aoheto
New Mexico, Idaho,
Two Trains leave Stale, Line and Leavemwerik
daily, (Sundays exceptedjon the arrival r and Pi tranni
of Pacific Railroad non: fit. Lonie, and Piazza.
bat and at. Joe Railroad from tlninen connecto
taw at Lawrence, Topeka and WiliF,eit e l: w wl e t
tri t tc a west ir 9.l Pc a t :w i o n rtg l TZ 3.ll3.l' U Ning°
STATES EXPREiIS COhiPAN VS DAMP
LINE OF OVERLAND. MAIL AND EXPRESS
DENVE.II4 SAJLIT LeAtiLlEit
All Points in the Territories,
And with SANDERSON'S TRI-WHEICHLY
of COACHES for Fort Union, Bent's. Port, pail.
Albuquerque, Banta Fe, and all points i n - LIS.
toss and New Mexico.
With the recen additions of rolling meg
and equipment, and the arrangements made
with esponsible Overland Transportation Lin
from its western terminus, this road now often
unequalled facilities for ; the tratutinisabda afi
freight to the gar West.
Tickets for sate at all the; prlaeloi =Odd to
the United States and Oanadits
Be sure and ask .or Whets via THE SYOII3
w ri laT l do.l VIDE femme ILAILWALT,
- D A. 4111DM11031,
• Gehetal etiteittatetelia •