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- P/Triti.BURGH 11ARKETS.
OFFICE OF PFTrsotraarc GAZETTE,
SATURDAY, October 2, 1889.
There is considerable complaint made
by business men. especially thoseopera
ting in grain, in regard to the discrimi
nation made against Pittsburgh by the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company. At
the present rates of freight there is no
chance whatever to snip from here east,
and with no outlet, grain merchants are
obliged to restrict their operations to the
local trade, which, as is well known by
all who are posted' in the business, does
not amount to much when there are so
engaged in it. It is also said that points
west of here, on the line 'of the Fort
Wayne Road, are enabled to ship
through to Philadelphia, at a relatively
less cost than can be shipped from Pitts
burgh to the same point, and this, if so,
and we have every reason to beliye that
it is, is unfair, and if possible should be
We understand that a paper has been
fOrviarded to the proper officers of the
'Penna. R. R. Co., signed by nearly every
firm in Pittsburgh, engaged in the flour
and grain business, setting forth the
grievances above complained of, and
asking for relief, and it, is to be hoped
that it will receive that consideration
which its merits and importance de
mand. It is well known that the grain
business in Pittsburgh has been lan
guishing for several years, and for no
ether cause thaulbe one alluded to, and
it is earnestly hoped that the proper au•
thorities, after 'being informed of the im
portance of the case, will apply the pro
per remedy, and that, too, without any
- 4a. STIES —Steady but unchanged -1 @
for Soda, and 9 for Pearls.
APPLES—Quiet and unchanged; sales
at $1,0001.2,50, per bid, as to quality.
BUTTER—Prime to choice Roll is
quoted at 30@33, while common, is in
good supply and dull, at 2.0@22.
CRANBERRIES—SaIes of prima east
' ern cultivated at $11,50©12,01.1 per bbl.
, CARBON OIL —ls in fair demand but
prices are lower; we now quote at 27 1
, 28, for round lots, and :..0,2,29;; in a
CHEESE—SaIes Hamburg at 15; Fac
tory at 10: and Goshen at 17©18.
FEA.THERS—DuII; quoted at 80V5
cents to the trade, and the usual advance
for smel lots in store.
FLOUR—There is no improyment to
~ • note in the 'demand and white the market
A.•.; is quiet and dull, prices are unchanged.
We continue to quote good to choice
• winter wheat flours at $6,75@7,00 per
GRAlN—Wheat is quiet With but
littl4•ottering; prime red is in demand at
•-• $1,30; and prime white at e 1,38. Oats
•dull but not quotably lower; 50 on track
• d 02@53, for small lots in store. Corn,
prime yellow, is steady at $1 on track,
and $l,O i .
n sto for choice
• State. Barley still quoted quoted©l,3o.
HAY—May be fairly q from
country wagons at 8156.1120 per tun, for
„.. common to strictly prime timothy.
HEMP—Very dull, g 2.05 per ton.
HUSKS—Stiles at 23;43 cts per pound.
• •LlME—Sales of Cleveland white lime
. • at $1,75 per bbl.
.LARD OIL—F. Sellers & Co. quote
Extra No. 1, at $1,43(;1,45, and No. 2, at
. ONlONS—Scarce and firmer, with
sales at $3,50(4-3,75 per bbl.
PROVISIONS—Firmer and higher.
ShOulders, 16Nrid7; Ribbed Sides, 20;
' Short Ribbed, '203; Clear do, 21; plain I
Sugar Cured Rams, 2234; Cavassed. do,
21. Mess Pork,33fP3 La
201/,, in tirces, 203.1 in m bbis, and 21 in I
-kegs. Deied Beef, 22.
• PEANUTS—None in market.
PEACHES—AImost out of commission I
houses; may be quoted nominally at
POULTRY—SaIes of chickens at 55 to
65 cents per pair.
POTATOES—SaIes. of Jersey sweets
at $5 ®5,50' per bbl.
SEED—Flaxseed is in demand, and I
the mills are paying $2,20@2,25. an d, II
sales of timothy seed at $4,25@4,50.
; demand for clover seed.
SALT—Is firmer, with sales of car
load lots at $1,85 per bbl.
STRAW—SoId in Allegheny • market
at $l2 per ton.
MARKETS RI TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, October 2.—Cotton firmer,
with sales 4,700 bales- at 27%c for mid.
Ailing uplands. Flour; receipts 18,331
bbls; heavy and 10e lower, with sales
. 9,800 bbls at 55,60®5,90 for superfine
State and western, 45,90®6,50 for extra
State, 15,90@6,55 for extra western, $6,50
6,70 for white wheat extra, 46,05(44,60 for
round hoop Ohio, $6,25®7,00 for extra St.
• Louis, and .37®9 for good to choice do, in
eluding extra State and western for ex-
port at 45,90®6,30. Rye Flour quiet
4shad e 50 for southern; 4 m 6,15
a firer de at 41,0 U for
j. western; 41,22% free. Wheat; receipts
' of 30,981 bushels; unchanged, closing
steady for e export demand; 123,000 bush
at 41,38®,40 for No. 2 spring; 41,43®
1,45% for winter red snd amber western;
11,47©1'49 for amber Tennessee; $1,55
for white Michigan, and 51,45 for new
crop No. 1 Milwaukee, first of the season.
Rye quiet at $1,15®1,18. Barley quMalt
4,500 b ush Canada West at 41,0.
unchanged:\ 5,000 bush State at $1,15.
Corn lower: receipts-11,233, sales 46,000
bush at 90®98c for unsound new mixed
western, $1®1,03 sound do; 41,01®1,12
high mixed, and handsome yellow west
ern:4l,os for white western. Receipts oats
18,283 bush, heavy and I®2o lower; sales
of 29,000 bush at 61®63c for new south.
ern and western, and 62®63%. 3 for Stas h .
Rice dull. Coffee firm. Sugar easier;
sales of 900 bbls Cabs at 11%®12.%c.
Molasses (quiet at 10®20c. Petroleum
firm; 17c for crude and 32c for refined.
• Linseed oil quiet at $1,02 in casks. Coal
quiet. Leather: hemlock sole steady at 30
a3lO. for Buenos Ayres and Rio Grande
• light and middle weights. Wool steady;
sales of 550,000 lbs at 44 ®s4c for domestic
fleece; 32®33c for unweaned; 58®60c for
-combings; 66%0 for scoured; 40®471,0
for pulled; 55458 c for_ tubbed. Spirits
Turpentine steady at 43®43M0. Alcoholull
• strong at 42,50. Sheathing Copper d
at ne; ingot copper a shade easier at 21V.
Ga 22c for Lake. Pig Iron steady at 438
4®42 for Scotch and 1.39041 for American.
' Bar Iron steady with a moderate busi
ten at $85@87,50 for relined English and
Ameritan. Sheet quiet at 10©12c, gold.
for. Russia. •Nails firm at 4%c, for cut,
124(c for clinch, and 25®30c for h
shoe. Pork heavy and lower; for
h orse 34l
• ; bbls at 431,12®31,75 for mess; closing at
131,25 cash, $26®27 for prime, and, S29(EO
SO - for prime meas. Beef quiet, Ywith
sales of 160 bbls at $8,50 ®13,50 for new
mess and $12®17 for new extra mess.
• Beef ' hams quiet with sales of 100 bbls
at - tumpa. Cat meats dull, with
sales of 80 pkgs at 14%®151,4c for
shoulders, 17®19c.. Hams; middles
quiet; sales of 50 boxes ice cured at 17p.
Lard dull And heavy; sales of 300tierces
at 17%@18;‘c for steam and 18%®19c for
kettle rendered.. Batter quiet. at 15®
280 for choice. Cheese • dull, at 18®
16%c. Freights to Liverpool active and
• • firmer; shipments of r
I sa o il , aa o
d bub dpe o r
wheat at 9@9qd pe
Latest. , -The Sour market closed s®loo
• lower, with a moderate Inquiry for etdp
ping grades. - Wheat steadyn-with mod- ` l nal. Grain freights firm and unchanged.
orate export demand. Rye dull and 1 Receipts:. 4,000 bbls flour, 133,000 bush
steady, 8.1,15®1,1 7 .. Oats dull andwheat, - 4,000 bush oats. Alpments; 12,-
662%c for western. Corn dull and OOO obis flour, 44,000 bush 'wheat.
heavy, BS@9sc for unsound and 93c©( LOUISVILLE, October 2.-Sales 36 hhds
, tobacco at
n 57,601290 for lus to Hart
10eminally2 for so unchanged. Beef dulllind mixed western. Pand ork
- county leaf; mark @ et , quiet and u nchanged.
i Provisions quiet and firm. Bacon, shoul
unchanged. Cut meats dull and nom
inah, Bacon quiet and firm. Lard dull, ! ders at 17c; clear rib and clear sides at
18@l8 1 /0 for fair to prime steam. Eggs 20%c. Mess ard at 19@19%c, Hams at
dull, 30c. 22@25c. pork at $32@32%. Flour,
CHICAGO, October 2• g, Ex- grain and groceries quiet and unchanged.
change firm at par selling, and 1.10 off- CLEVELAND, October 2.- Flour steady
and unchanged. Wheat dull and lower;
-buying. Flour dull: spring extras $4,75
@0,50. Wheat leas active, firm ! and %@ sales No. 1 red winter at 81,20; N 0.2 do
lc higher; sales of No. lat 81, 11 @h 1 • 2 1‘ , at $1,18; rejected at $1,05. Corn, nothing
No. 2at 51,07(4)1,07%c; closing at 81,07@ doing. Oats steady and dull at 50c for
1,07%; this afteruoon the market was No. -1 State on spot. Rye dull and heavy
dull at 81,07% seller October, and 81,0834 at $1 for No. 1; 90(4950 for .No. 2. Barley,
seller last half for No. 2. Corn firmer no inquiry, nominal.
and lc higher; sales of No. 2 at 6834
@69%c, and rejected at 65©67c, no Cnicaod, Oct. 2.-Cattle du11,82 68@
4,25 for common , 6 7 - 725 for go od ' d
grade at Mc; closing with buyers g,o@ , -or goo to
of No. 4 2 at 69c; this • afternoon the choice steers. Hogs steady and moder
atly active and firmer, 69@9,40 for fair to
market dull at E9qc seller October, fOr
No. 2. Oats quiet, easier and lc lower; medium, $9,50®10,15 for good to choice,
$10,55 for extra to fancy.
sales No. 2 at 393•@400 . and 37% ®3Ss for
rejected, closing with buyers No. 2at ST. Lours, October 2.-Common and
39%c. Rye fairly active and lower; sales medium cattle plenty and in good de-
No. lat 82c; No.- at 78®80%c;- relented mand for choice, prices range from 234@
at 70 ,@7lc, closing at 79c for • No. ~, and 64c. Hogs in better supply and steady,
71c for rejected. Barley du ll,clo sing at 711 ,C9104f,e
-51,20 for No. 2 in store, and for sel-
ler the month. Highwines: holders
firm at $1,12. Sugars fairly active at 13!.45
Glsc for common to prime Cuba. Pro
visions dull: - mess pork $32,75@33,00.
Lard ISc. .• Dry salted shoulders 14%4'
15c. Rots* sides 17;;@17%0. Freights
inactive iit 5c for oats, tic for co r n and
61.i.c for wheat per sail to ff Re
ceipts during the past twenty-four hours:
6,532 bbls flour, 103,956 bush wheat, 146.-
559 bush corn, 81.426 bush oats, 13,162
bush rye, 6,975 bush barley, 3,266 hogs.
Shipments: 1,600 bbls flour, 30,173 wheat,
217,512 bush norm 92,400 bush oats, 1,379
Lush rye, 1.245 bush barley, 8,4751h0g5.
Latest-There were few present at the
afternoon board, and sales were limited.
Wheat sold to a limited extent at SI,OS!„,
ai,osy,; seller last half and clos)d firm at
$1,05%; cash lots sold at $ 1,07 1 4. Corn
was steady at 69@.,i,69n0 seller the month
and 72 1 ,ic buyer the month, closing with
sellers at 69c seller the month, and 7034
seller last half. Oats sold at 3i - n;P , 39%c
seller the month, and closing at 3 6 1 , 4,c.
Tue grain markets in the evening were
dull, and were held -at closing rates of
the afternoon board. Provisions neg•
ST. Lours, October 2.-Tobacco steady,
at full prices.. Cotton nominally lower,
at 25c per pound; nothing doing. Hemp:
small bales of choice undreasedat $1,604G
1,70. Flour quiet and unchanged; Super,
$4.70@5; X, 55,25: XX, $5,40g.6: XXX,
$6.50; choice to fancy family, $email@example.com.
Wheat firm; No. 2 spring, 90c per bush.;
No. 2 Red fall, $1,03@1,05; No. . 1 do.,
51.10a1,12%; choice, $1,20@41,23; No. 2
Waite, 81,10; choice, $1,'20©1•,30. Corn
dull, closing unsettled and lower; mixed
in sacks 52(!.38.5e, yellow S2c@9oo, while
93(p60. Oats easier, 42@430 iu bulk, 4S
(0)52c in sacks. Barley buoyant
choice Minnesota spring $1,60®1,76,
choice Ohio fall 51,536 - 142,53. do Missouri
51,90. Rye slow and easier, 55@570.
Whisky higher,sl,ls. Groceries un
changed. - Pork dull, order lots sold at
$3250. Bacon active and fi rm, 16 •,c for
shoulders, 20c for clear sides. Lard
quiet, 151,,c for choice, 20c for keg. Re
ceipts: dour 4,900 bbis, wheat 16,500 bush,
corn 16,790 bush, oats 10,000 bush. barley
5,300 bush, rye 1,700 bush, hoes 650.
Cis:cis:NATl, October 2.-Flour 10c
lower and dull; family at $5,65a5,90.
Wheat dull and nominal: red at 81,125
1,15. @urn dull at 9.56 - 1.1•6 c. 0 its firm at
56m 59c. Tobacco firm and in good de
mand at full rates. Whisky closed very
firm at $1,15. Mess Pork dull at 532: no
demand. Lard dull and holders anxious
to sell: it is offered at 171;6.17%c: no
demand. Bulk meats head at 15c for
shoulders and ISO for clear sides: no
sales. Bacon firm but quiet; shoulders
at 161.4@116%c and clear sides et 20c;, no
clear rib offered. Butter firm at 30@35c
for fresh. Cheese unchanged. Linseed
oll_quiet but steady at 9Sc©l. Lard oil
at $1,37g1.40. Petroleum at 32®34c , for
refined. Gold 130 buying,
pa and 131 11-
Mg. Exchange firm at r' buyin g, and
1-10 per cent. premium selling; the ten
dency is upward; bankers, in some in
stances, paid a shade above par. Money
BUFFALO, October 2.-Receipts: 24,000
bush wheat, 11,000 bush corn, 15,000 bush
oats. Shipments: 88,000 bush wheat,
20,000 bush corn, 42,000 hush oats.
Freights: wheat 16 c, corn 13 c, oats 80,
to New York. Flour inactive. Wheat
dull; talkie 7,00 bush aat
about 51,28. of Cor s n dull; salesmber
of car Ohio
No. 2 western at 83(?,85 c. Oats lower
and dull; sates of 14,000 bush No. 2
wstern at 50 c. Rye nominal at 95c@)$1.
Barley dull; sales of 15 cars State, part
to arrive, at $1,20, and 1 car do. at $l,lB
on track; Canada nominal. Mess Pork
heavy at 833. Lard dull at 19(§19q0.
Highwines firmer; sales of 100 Ws at
$1,14, but held in the afternoon at $1,16.
Elevator Association rates 11%c inclu
ding ten days' storage; lc to the grain
and 1/,„c to the vessel.
' TOLEDO, Oct. 2.-Flour dull. Wheat
dull and 2@4c lower; No. 2 white Wa
bash 11,15, No. 1 white Michigan 81,25,
regular do ILK amber do 81,13,. No. 1
red 81,16, No. 2 do $1,13. No. 3 do 51,05.
Corn dull and 2c lower, No. 1 83c. No. 2
78c. Oats quiet, No. held at 48c; sales of
No. 2at 43c. Freights: 435 c and 9%c to
Buffalo and Oswego. lteceipts; 3,500,
bbls flour, 57,000 bush wheat, bush! ush
corn, 14,000 bush clan; 700 ye.
Shipments: 4,890 bb ' s floor, 25,000 bush
OSWEGO, October 2.-Flour partially
lower; sales.of 2,000 bias. at 86,50@6,75
for No. 1 spring.. Wheat quiet; sales of
3,000 bush. red Indiana at $1,34; last night
2,600 bush. No. 1 Milwaukee club sold at
$1,38, and 7,200 bush. do. at $1,35. Corn
dull; sales of 1,200 bush. No. 2 at 88c, and
1,200 do. at 90c. Barley quiet and easier;
uplake Canada_held at $1,37©1,38;
sales. Lake imports: 20,000 bush. ,
9.600 barley, 3,200- rye. Canal exports:
22,300 wheat and 20,009 barley.
dull: western extra family at $6,50@7,50
Ohio do $6,75@7, and. fancy 58©9,50,;
Wheat dull and reatly deessed: west
ern red $1.40® g 1,45; amber pr 11,45@1,46.
Rye steady $1,10®1,12 for western. Corn
very quiet: mixed western $1,05©1,09.
Oats unchanged: Western "60@134c, Pe-
troleum and Provisions are unchanged. -
Whisky nominal $1,22@1,25. ,
Barmatoas, October 2.--Flour dull
and Weak; western superfine $5,76®8,2 5 ,
extra 86,25@6,75, and family $7,00@7,75.
'Wheat dull; prime to choice red $1,40@
1,47, Corn irregular for • prime. Oats
,dull ,at 58@620. Rye dull at 81,10@1,2 0 .'
Mess Pork quiet -at $133. Bacon active
and firm; rib sifts 20350, clear rib 210;
shoulders 17340. Lardquiet at 19@194c.
Whisky firm at 51,19@1,20 , ' ' -
MEatrilis, October 2.--Cotton - firmein
middlings at 24 1 4,0: receipts 200 bales;
changed.lo bales. Flour active and un
han, Corn firm' at $l,lO. Oats
steady at 68c. Hay 'MTh at $26. Bran
weak at $22. Corn meal brisk at $4,75©
5. . Pork steady at 584,50. s houlde rs stead
at 17@1734 and aides at 21NC.
bliLwAtursE, October 2.-Flour dull
and unchanged. Wheatiteady at 111.,M4
for 1 4 14: I and #1,0q4 for Na.-2. Oats du - 11
at 40340 for No. 2. . Cern dull and
at 690 fbr No: I. Bye -arid , barley Lnotul
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: 140;CD ' A l i , , OGTOI3 Eli 4,
The river was rising slowly last even
ing. with about five feet in the channel.
We had heavy rains during Saturday
night, and it is probable that there will
be more water yet. Weather cloudy
and unsettled, witn every appearance of
The Canielia, from St. Louis, is the
only arrival we have to report.
from Parkersburg, arrived
and departed as usual, though consid
The Messenger; Capt Jesse Dean, will
be the first boat out for New Orleans.
—Capt. John L. Rhodes WAS in Cincin
nail ou Thursday looking after the Leon
—The Lorena is loading at Cincinnati
for Memphis, in command of Capt. Sam
—The Mollie Ebert was advertised to
leave Cincinnati for Pittsburgh on
—Captain Bill Patterson, the famous
mate, is engaged for the mammoth
—Toe steamer Right Way has been
sold at New Orleans to Captain George
Wilkings for $12,000.
—The Sallie left Cincinnati for Pitts
burgh Saturday, and will probably reach
this port on Wednesday.
—The Knoxville Preys ana Herald, of
Tusday, says: The river, since the late
rains on Sunday night, has risen, up to
last night, twelve inches.
—Capt. Joseph Daiferes, at New Or
leans, has purchased the steamer Pion
eer, and will place her in the Lafourche
trade, in place of the Right, Way. The
price paid was $6,00.
—The Evansville Journal, of Wed
nesday, Says: The J. L. Graham Was
sold yesterday for $13,230, to parties from
Texas, who will take her to irllveston,
and thence to the ColoratiO river. •
—The express safe, and another, that
were on the steamer Phantom when she
exploded; September 15th, were found
Thursday:afternoon in the river a hun
dred yards above the wreck. The $4.00
they c'quained was found, water.soaked,
but otherwise all right.
—The Kantmlia Salt Company will
keep up their organization, but transfer
all salt made by theM to the Ohio River
Salt Company, at their (the K. S. Co.)
furnaces. This arrangement will give
the Ohio Salt Company exclusive control
of the interests of the West.
—The Cincinnati Gazette, in noticing
the sale of the St. Charles, says: When
the boat was first offered,. Capt. D.
started her at 41.6,000. This was a dis
appointment to some Southern steam
boatmen who came here to bid, ex
pscting to buy her for t. 10,000. They will
go home without a splendid sidewheel
steamooat. Capt. Dravo is expected to
put the St. 'Charles in the_ Pittsburgh
trade as a regular packet.
—Wm. Henry C. Hillker, the well
known river editor of the Cincinnati
Volk.sfrienti, was drowned in the Ohio
river at that place on Thursday last,while
returning to Cincinnati from Newport.
As the boat la , ded on the Cincinnati
side, it struc . the wharf-boat rather
hard, and Mr. • . was standing on the
guard. He w • so intent on reaching
his place of b sinews that he thought of
nothing else, oat his balance, and fell
overboard. H a body wasnot recovered
at latest advic s. •He leaves a wife and
three or lour c ildren to mourn his loss.
—Mr. Killke , river editor of the Cin
cinnati Vulksfr und,reported drowned, is
alive. He ma le his usual appearance
on the Cinci enati landing on Friday
morning, notw thstanding all the papers
of. that day put ash ed obituary notices of
him. It was simply a case:of mistaken
idedtity. A n was seen to fall into
the river front he ferry goat, and some
person near; w o had noticed the man
standing on th e float, but not particu
larly, expresso. the belief that it was
Mr. Hilker, a.d from that the report
spread. The most singular circum
stance of the • hole affair is that the
reikfreund, for which Mr. linker
furnished his river report, as usual,
Thursday eve ,ing, contained quite a
lengthy obit ary of him yesterday
N EW mu)
Will leave fo.
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iitt.NS — Thestesiner
Capt. J.E.Sek: DEJ.X.
Ole above Mid tnterrrtediste ports
10etober 4th, at 4 r. x. . ..
ST & sW Al S.T.
1. a coht,INoWOoD. Agents.
ATI AND LOUISVILLE.
ILLE.-The tine pas-
BERT..,....Cant, 0. W. EBERT,
pard, will leave for the *boat and
ports on WEDNODAY. Bth Inst.,
or passage apply on board
,CE. A UOLLINtIWOOD, A g ents.
;LIND . AND CINCINNATI.
'SNATI. • • -
burgh EVERY SATURDAY- la lc
ud superb Shleyrbeel Steamer ST.
Si. SWEENEI, Commander. will
ounced above.' • . •
t or Pamir styli? , on board, or to
FLACK aCO I NOWOOD, or
COLLINSA BARNES, ,Agents.
/relight received after
leave as an
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AN MAIL STTJAMSNIPS
trixteeci. trn-elus vessels, amon
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IMPORTS BY RAILROAD.
PITTSBURGH, FORT WATHE & CM
(moo RAILROAD, October - 2.-5 cars
metal, Nimick ,I. Co; Ido do, Bryan &
Canghey; Ido do, Brown & Co: 3do do,
Coleman, Rahm a: Co; 2 do do, Everson
4.t Preston; 2 do do, Rees, Graff & Dull; 1
ciir wheat, Hitchcock, McCreery Sr Co; 1
car slate, J S Newrnyer; 8 bxs soap,
Rehn dr. Weiler; 35 do do, 10 do candles,
m ill Rankifeed, n
ry & ; 3do soap, J Gangwich; 1
car McHen Hood;.1 do do.
Stewart & Langenheim; 10 bbls wax,
Schwartz dr Haslett; 30 bbls oil, Beamer,
Bauman & Co; 100 bras flour, Culp &
Shepard; 300 do, owner; 20 bxs verma
cella, Dtmlevy & Bro; 10 do do, 20 do
ruaccaronb E & C Magill; 63 bgs rye, W
Welsh & Co; 61 bgs rye. 183 do oats, Mc-
Henry & Wiood; 100 bides. Popp, Baker &
Co; 15 dozlbrooms, W Di Gormly; 50 bast
grapes, Woodworth S. Davison; 14 bxs
cheese, A J Kerr; 5 rolls leather, M De
lange; 86whisky bbls, Jos S Finch; 8 kgs
lard, 3 bb s onions, J A Graff; 36 bbls
flour, H. iddle; 38 tcs hams, J H Parker;
37 bgs ti othy seed, G A Martin; 50 do
410, W W nos; 10 do do, S Hare dr. Son;
5 bbls brandy, J Ryan; 15 taxa crackers,
Kramer Jr Bolm; 3 cars rye, Robb Jr
Herron; 3 do do, Jos S Finch.
°LNG'S:KWH]) AND PITTSBURGH RAIL
ROAD Oc to ber .2.-1 car stone, JL L
Knox; 1 d do, 1' Wolf; 2 cars rye, Ex
change National. Bank: 100 bbls oil, J
Spear; 4 cars blooms, J Moorhead; 4 do
do, Nicol& Jr Co: 1 do ore, Bryan Jr
Caughey; 10 do iron ore, Shoenborger Jr
Blair; 100 bbls lime, .1 B Lyons & Co;
25 bxs candles, J S Dilworth Jr Co; 5 bbls
oil, Allen Kirkpatrick Jr Co; 10 do do, 0
A Kelley; 25 sks rags,cCullough Jr
Co; 17 sks oats, Meauor Jr& H; 10 bbls ap
ples,Linpincott &Co; 13 bxs grapes, 5 bbls
eggs, Volgt Mahood 10 bbls apples, 4 do,
i eggs, 10 bxs quinces, Bruggerman Jr
O'Brien; 5 bbls apples, 2 do eggs, Wood
worth of I); 5 bgs paupaws, Vangorder
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD, Oc
tober 2.--37 bgs 4 bbls onions, Brugger
man & iißrlen: 1 car grain, Scott &.Gisal:
1 do do, M. Steel & Son; 1 do lime D L
R' yuolds; 5 rolls leather, 3 bbls ta ' llow,
W Flaccits Jr Son; 1,000 oil bbls, Hast
ings Jr Co; 1 bbl eggs, L J Blanchard; 2
caddies tobacco, Robt Weddell; 34 sks
oats, Scott Jr Gisal; 100 bbls refined oil,
Livingston Jr Bro; 2 cars metal, Rees,
1 Graff & Dull; 3 do do, John Moorhead; 2
do do, McKnight, Porter & Co.
ALLY:ORE:44 STATION, -October 2.-17
bales hops, F Austin; 3 sks wool, 'S
Bradley; 4 cars limestone, Richey H Jr
Co; 203 bgs oats. 52 do rye, R Knox &
Son; 2 cars :petal, Lindsay Jr Mc-
Cutcheon; sdo do, Lewis Bailey &. Dal
zell; 3do flaxseed, M B Suydam; 2 do
lumber, John Nanz; 10 bxs soap, Mercer
Jr Robin.on; 1 car metal, Rogers S. Burch
field; Ido cooperage, J Ai Hemphill; 1
car rye. H M Henderson; 1 car flaxseed;
Ewer Hamilton Lir. CO.
VSTA BLUSHED 111 A. T
1.!• 43' !JULY, 3.131 A.
No. 271 Liberty Street,
(DIRECTLY QFP. EAGLE HOTEL,)
W. C. ARMSTRONG,
littceet.so: to Yeavr ,I; Arir.!troug,
PRODUCE COMMISSION' KERCILINT,
10. 2.3 MARKET STREET•
Xt EANOR 25: — HARPER ,
FLOUR. GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Pio. 328 Liberty Street.
tirConslgnmentB sollelted. • Bei
PIT= HILL. JA6. r. lIICILLIVE
KEIL & RITCHATIT,
COMMISSION MERCHANT 3,
AND DZALII&E. Ilf
FLOUR, GRAIN, 9EED9, MILL TEED, itc..
349 "Abort) , eft., Plttsbttrg9,
M. MALL 4. A. BTZIN.N.
ltir STEELE & SON,
AND DIALIDB ,1.31
No. 96 o}3lo STILEIVI. now Zut Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY. PA.
L. 3. BLANCHARD,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 296 PENN BTREST.
wpm, BAIRD & PATTON,
b'Wholesale GLOS, Commission Merchants
i M' Dealers' In Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese,
Ptah, Carbon and Lard Olt, Iron Nails, Glass,
Cotton Yarns and an s".tsburgh, Manufactures
geuerally, I.IA and I!. A. en. 02nD VIM=
JO/11: i. 11017611..11D1F. 110032....9111. ii. 1101781.
TOON I. HOUSE &BROS., Sue
fej censors to JOHN I. ROUSE d CO. Whole
gala Grocers and Commission lierchants, Cor
ner of Smithfield and Water Streets. Plttsburgb.
.10112, Eutrrort...... —.— . . . —.. .. /1 W./.2.1.1.C1t.
SALE 0 ROCERS AND PRODUCE DEAL.
N 0. 6 SIXTH STREET. Plat sburgh.
1 iiii9trf.. -
IPA cos:, 601 !
FRUIT ROME AsSOCIAT/ON Buivarseist
Rol. I and *St. Olaf Meek Pittsburgh, Pa.
Spouts] attention given to the designing and
building of COURT HOliais ►nd PUBLIC
rlri/ , rWt I It till I
Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty Street.
Corner of Irwin'fi now
s, offer t
ly the trade at low
Prime New Crop New Orleans Sugar and
Porto Rtco, Cuba and Engitsb bland Bogart.
New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore Re._
Bolden Drips, Loverings, Branjia, Stuart's,
Adams . and Drip s,
Porto Woo, Cu and English Island Molasses.
Young ,HYlan. &Pau. Imperial, lionpowder
and Oolong Tess.
Java, Laguayra and Aio Coffees,
Tobacco, Oil, Flab, Nails, Glass, Soaps,
C ot ton yarns, Be., constantly on hand.
Fine Brandies,Wines and Segars.
Rhenish, Moselle, and Sparkling Hock Vines
of liustel I Co.. In bottles. . •
Sparkling Moselle, Sokarsbert and Jopannts
burg, Ifooleheimer, - Burgundy , - axe
Brandenburg & Freres , 'Vine Olive Oil.
do do Olarets,__Lroorted In bottles.
do do White Wipes, In bottles.
M. Work I dons' Sparkling Catawba.
Fine old Sherri. Diadem and Port Wines.
Free Old hiononganela Rye Wldskles. pur e.
do Vert 13%!petler Old Sle.Otalt do do.
Bole irate fOr ]Lost & Chor
ands Grand V 14..
I Nr=yetutaellaTiChlog is(l2 __.. e.
Itssadlecot 091' <Ma -01 81, 0 10 4.• um
J 10143 ,
TIE IRON CITY
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE - CO,
Office, 75 Federal St., Allegheny City.
Hon. JAMES..L. GRAHAM,
Rev. J. B. CLARE, D. D.;
Capt. R. ROBINSON.
Rev. A. K. BELL. D. D"
Rev. S. H. NEaBIT.
W. EEED. Cashier Allegheny Trust Co. COB RUSH, Real Estate Agent,
SIMON DRUM, Mayor of Allegheny, •
C. W. BE S'N y, Hatter,
A. S. BELL. Attorney-at - Law ,
`D., L. PAITERSON, Lumber Merchant,
D. SWODER, Insurance Agent.
Capt. ROBT. ROBINSON_t President.
B. C LARK, D.D., Vice President,
JACOR RUSH, Secretary,
C. W. , BENNY. Treasurer.
M. W. WHITE, MEDICAL ADVISEE.
DANIEL SWOtifft, WWI Agent.
This is a Dome company. conducted on the mutual
Principle each policy bolder receiving en equal
share of profits of the Company. POlicies
will be issued on all the different plans of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an economi
cal basis afford a safe Investment to each
policy holder. and thereby retain the money at.
home to e"conrage home industrv. mh.M:g33
.OF ALLEGHENY, EL
OFFICE Ilk.; FRAICELNGS, LN SAVINGS BANE
No. 41 Ohio St:.
weA BONLE COMFA.NY, tnanaged trustirectors
; known to the community, who by fair
deallnk to merit a snare of.your patronage.
61NODY RRWLI ---.--..SerstaeaT.
Renry_lncirk Patterl3oll, , Wm, Coo Per,
Geo. R,Riddle, Jacob Franz, , Gottleib Yam
Simon Drum. J. B. Smith, ;Jacob Rush,
JWa M S
M te l xart .
I , C
Hh 1. M Wh a on , , J
B o C hen g . ,
R. E. HERON,
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTISSURGHI
OFFI C COMM E ERCE,BUIL. No. wir x, WOOD STREET, BANN
This Is a Home Coripsay, and insurei against
lots by Fire exclnsiTelv.
LEONARD WALTER, President. •
C. BOYLE Vice President.
ROBERT PATRICK, Treasurer.
IC LHENY. Secretary.
Leonard Walter, Heorge
C. C. ficsie. • (leo. W. Evan',
Robert Patrick, I J. C. Lippe.
Jacob Painter. J. C. 7lelner,
Jostab Stag. John Voeirtley,
yron!.op kins, A. Ammon.uon.
en S 174:
AGAINST LOSS BT FIRS
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA;
OFFICEslaia 411ICHESTITUT ST.,near
Cbaries F. Bar.nter, . Mordecai H. Loris!
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant. Isaac Lee.
Jacob B. smith, Edward C. Dale,
Veorge W. Richards, i Deorge Vales.
CHARLES 6. BAN'CKER, President.
EDW. C. DALE, Vice President.
W. C. STEELE. Secretary.pro rem.
J. 6,A.8.DNE8 COFFIN, AClnirT,
North West corner Third and Wood Streets.
mtm:wls - .
WESTERN LNSUR RICE COM=
PAST' OF PITTSBUR.
(APT.. HERBERT. Secretary.
. GEOROE NEEL% General Agent.
Office, 9:1 Water street, Spaug & Co.'s Ware.
house, up stairs. A'lttsburgh. ;
Will Ir—sure against all kinds of Fire and Ma
rine Risks. A home Institution, managed by Di
r.:tort who are well known to the commun.:pl . ,
sad who art deter.nined by promptness and liber
ality to maintain the character Which they have
assumed, as offering the bent protection to those
i who desire to be Insured.
Alexander Nimick, ' Jokn B. McCatat
R. 3111ler, Jr., ' Chas. J. Clarke,
James 31.c.Auley, i Wllllam S. Evans,
Andrew Ackien, \ nailllo Harmer,
David 3f. Long, Wm. Morrison,
D. Houser.. n 097
No . A 4 Fifth A.verkne.
URGH, PA . Floor.
N. J. Risley, • H.W.oßrer, Capt.M.Balley,
Ding V, slime, S. H. A. Chambers,
Jake Hill S. M , Citirkan. Jas. AL . Bailey.
ROBERT H. RING, President.
JNO. F. JENNINGS, Vice President.
JOS. T. JOHNSTON, SecketatT.
Capt. R. J. GRACE, Gen'l Agent.
Insures on Liberal Terms on all Fire
and Marine MMus.
: g 67
Cor, Federal St. and Diamond, Allegheny,
Mee, in tht SECOND NATIONAL BANE
19% W. MARTIN President
JOHN BRovnl,ls.,ylee iresident,
JAM.F.S Z. BTENENrivN. Secretary.
John A. Myler, , Jas. Ix•ekhart.iJos. Myers,
Jas.L.G roll am. Robert Lea, C.
Brown,Jr. Georg Germ, }Jaump,
0.1 PWllliarns.Jno. Thompson! J. Xcliatither..
pE l 9SetiP VISURANCE CO3l-
0771 CE, N. E. COBSEB WOOD i MTH. STE.
♦ some CemP=Making Fire and Merino ELUL
Wm. Phillips, Capt..Tohn L. Meads,
John Watt, tiansuel P. Shriver,
John K. Parks, Charles Arbuckle,
Capt. James Miller. Jared M. Brush,
Wm. Van Kirk, Wm F. L ( l6 •
James D. Verner ir Sawmill
WM. num, sident. .
JOHN wATT, ice President.
W. Y. EIARIDNEJI, Seczetaty.
("ANT. JAB. GORDON. Gezeral Arent,
LL Eli Al EN IV LIMURANCE
ACOMPA.I4 OF PITTSBURGH.
ICK.No. 31,PIPTh STBJECT,Rawn swag.
Insures against all kinds of Fire and Marine
JOHN IRWIN. Jn.. President.
T. J. HOSRINSON, Vice President.
C. G.* DONNRLL, SeeretarY.
CAPT. WM. DEAN'. General RPM.
John liwin. at. B. L. Pannestock t
T. J. Hoskin/la. W. H.' Everson.
C. G. *Hussey, • - Roberti!. Davis,l
HasueY.C4ilds, . Francis Sailers, ,
Chutes Ham cant,..l%T.lStockdale.
Cant. Wm. Ilesuw T• 1• —7":•"
CHOICE LANDS FOR UM
Uniou tarn° tallmld
Lying along the lino of their road.
111,00 TO too - rER ACHE,
&lig on $ CREDIT OT PIPE 17..:L85.
For farther particulars, maps, au., uddreaa
JOSH' P. DEVERZIIIO
• Land Commissioner, Toyota, Krasas
Or CHAR. B. LAMBORN.. WWI,
MUM 'IIIE BLOOD.
YON. USA SW DBIJOGIBTS ZYSBYWEINB.s.
1 - 131 E.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
THE ONLY DIRECT, ROUTE TO THE OIL '
REGIONS WITHOUT CHANGE OF CAIIS.
On and after MONDA.Y, Sept. 30,1E169. TWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday
will leave Fittaburgl Depot, corner of Elev
enth and Plke, streets, fcr Franklin, Oil City,Buf
tab°, and all Points in ti e Oil Regions
Wr-avit Pyrxgarnort. ?ATM:IME
Day Ex 7:00 ain ;Day Ex....../ 5:15 p m
Night Ex .••• 7:35 pm Night Ex 6:55 a m
Ist Halton— 6:40 a m Ist Hutton.. 6:)5 p m
!ld Hulton —11:50 am 3d Hniton... 6:50a m
3,1 Hutton... 5:00 pm 3'l Halton... 7g:10 p m
reepHour i t t o A n .3
p m m
a Holt on .
7 7: 3 30p
Soda Workc:6:3Opn'Fode W o ork Ac 6: 0
Brady's BAC 3:05 p 'Brad ys BAc 10:05 am
Church LIDO p iniChrtch 10:10 a m
Express trains stop only at principal points,
Accommodation 'rains stop azit all matt ms.
J. J. een
THOMAS M. KIND, Assn. bup't.
NIA CENTRAL EATL
AD: On and after 11 P.M., Sands', AUGUST
29th, 1869, TM: will arrive at and depart
from the Union Depot. corner of Washington
and Liberty streete. as follows:
Mail Train.... 1:910 arn•Dity ExPressl2:3o
Fast Line 1.45 am 'Pacific 7:49 am
WalP a No. 6SO am. VralPs N 0.1.. 6:30 aus
BrintonAcc'n• 7:50 am • Mall Train 9:10 am
AVldl's No. 2.. 9:05 am: Bra`ksAe N o 1.540 pm
Cincinnati Ex•9:25 am Cincin'ti Ex. 12:90 pm
Johnstown Ac 1020 am . wail's No. 2.. 11:35 a=
Bra•ks Ac Nol 7:00 pm .Johnstown Ac.4:05 pm
Pitteb'h Ex.12:40 pm.Bra'ke Ac No 2 6:20 pm
Phila. Expresal:o o pm . Phila. pres 3:sopm
Wall's, No. 3...1:50 pm, Wall's NEx o. 3. s .
Bra'ks AcNo 29:55 pm Wall's No. 4.. 6:05 pm
Wall ay 's No. 4. 5:50 pm 'Fast Line..... 7:30 pin
W Passvor 10:20 pm ,watrs No. S.. 11:00 nm -
These tr a in make ciOse connection at Barna
burg for Baltimore.
The Church Train leavegWalls Station every
Sunday at 9:05 reaching Pittsburgh at
10:05 a. m.' Be turning, leaves Pittsburgh at
12:50 p. m. and arrives at Walls Station at
2:10 p. m.
Cincinnati Express snd Pacific Express leaves
dal y. All ether trams daipplyly except Sunday.
or further Information. Ba to
W. 1-IECILWITH, Agent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as
same any risk forßaggage, except for wearing ap
parel, and limit their responsibiggage exclity to One
dre d Dollars in value. Ali Ba
teat amount In value will he at the risk of the
owner, unless taken by special contract.
EDWARD 11. WILLIA 3 f&
General Superintendent, Altoona, ra. 1
ani , ;
RA—L OAD.--On and after August 99.11459. the
-Passe ger Trains on the Western Pennsylvania
Rai ro d will arrive at and depart from the
Federi 1 Street Depot, Allegheny Depart City, as follows:
Springd , e No16:40 a m ... . M
Freeport No.18:20 a m; Freeport 'No.I 9:510a in
Express..., -.10:40 a tri Shs.rpb , g Nol 11:20 a m
Sharpb' g No.11:20 prn • Express 2:20 pm
Freeport No. 2 4:05 pm' Sprtngd'e No13:10 pm
Mall .. . . 5:50 pm t Freeport N0.25:20 pin
Sprtnid'e N026:20 p m Svaingd , eNo 26:30 p
Above 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. Returnig , leaves AlleghenY
City at 1:20 p. m. and arrive at Allegheny Junc
tion at 3:40 p. m.
COstßurerzes TICK:ITS-7ot sale in packages
of Twenty, between Allegheny City, Chestnut
street. Herr's, Bennett, e Creek. Etna and
Sharpsburg and good only on the trains stopping
at Stations specißed on tickets.
The trains leaving Allegheny City at T:00 a.
m. make direct connection at Freeport withWal
ker's line of Stages for Butler and liannahstown,
Through tickets may be purchased at. the Once.
No. lEr Clair street, near the :Suspension Bridge,
Pittsburgh, and at the Depot, Allegheny.
For further Information
LE ap FF phy
AMES RTS, Ag.ent
Federal Street Depct.
The Western Pennsylvania Railroad will not
as ;ume any risk for Baggage. except forwearing
a-..parel. and limit their responsibility to
Hundred Dollars in value. All baggage ex
ceeding this amount in value willbe at the risk of
the owner, unless taken by special contract.
EDWARD H. WILLIA11:&
an3o General Sunerigtendent , Altoona. Pa.
l I"YTTsB '1
IGH„ FORT WAYNE 3Ci11CA4.30
R. W. and CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R, R.
From August 30th, 1859, trains will leave from
and arrive at the Union Depot, north side, Pitts
burgh city time, S 3 follows:
Chicago Ex....2:08 a ra.Chicago Ex...12:13 a na
Eriex YgnEx.7:2B a in, eacific Ex ... 7:93 am
Cl. &Wh`gMl6: 2 B a m.Wlleeling Ex 10:48. m
Chicago Ma11..6:58 am C. St. L. Ex 7:08 pm
Fxst Line . —.8:44 a ni Cin'go Ex &M13:28 I m
Cl. & Wl.'g Ei 1:23 p m Cleveland Ex 3:38u m
Chicago Ex, 1:38 pm Erie & Yson Ex 5:58p ra
W'e i Erie Ex 4:38 pm Cl. A Wl.' g Ex6:3Bp in
Depart/roes Allee.eny. , Arrive In Allegheny:
Beer Falls Ac.9:08 a so Lf.ctsdale Ac•.6:53 am
Leetsdale " 0:03 arm: Bea'r Falls " 8:28 am
11:5 8 a to 'New Castle "10:23 em
Rochester " 2:23 pmEnon " 9:13 am.
Enon " .3:514 pm' Leetsdale "12:48pm
Leetsdale Acc.s:l3 pm Bea' r Falls " 2:43 pm
Bea'rFalls • • .6:13 pm Leetsdale " 433 pm
Leetsdale " 10:43 pm • " 723 pm
Fair Oaks Sun- i Fair Oaks Sun
day Church. 1:13 p m day Church. 9:58 am
410 - 1:38 p. m. Chicago Express leaves diary.
7:23 ERA Chicagc Express arrives daily.
F • B.•MYS, J. N. McCULLOUGH,
Geul. Pas. & Ticket-Agent. Gen:. Manager.
LOUIS R NIN AILWAYNATI Air]).
PAN HANDLE ROUE, t
CHANGE OF TDEE.-On and after SUNDAY.
August SW, 1869, trains will leave and arrive at
the Union Dews, as thllows:
8:08 a. la. 1.9:03 p m.
Fast Line-- -.. 8:53 a. m. 7:08p. m.
Express .-. 1:43 p. m. 7:13 IL. M.
Mixed Acen 5:113 a. m. 6:53p.m.
McDonald's 11:38 m. 738 a. m.
Steubenville Accoramod. 3:53 p.m. 9:4-8 &DU
McDonald 's Aca'n, N0.25:53 p.m. m.
Sunday Chnrch Train. 19:58 p. m. 9:58 a. M.
gar 1:43 P. tralnisilileave daily.
14:03 F. M. train will arrive daily. -
All other trains will run daily. Sundays Mel*
ed. The 8:53 a. m. Train makes close Con
nections at Newark icr Zanesville.
General Ticket A ger t. Col:2=171;N.
W. W. CARD, snips., Dennison, Ohio.
E i rrrssun6itei
On and after TIIISDAY, Noyemliery Um,
1661,. trains will arrive at and depart from tka
Depot corner of Grant and Water streets. aS
follows: Depart. lirrfoot.
Melt° and from Union- T:00 A.. X. 6:00 P. Y.
McKeesport Accomdt'n 11:00 A. M. 2:05 P. Y.
to and from Unt'n. 3:00 P. Y.10:10 A.
West Newton Accoxn'd 4:30 P.
8:35 l am [
Braddock's Aecomdt'u. • 6:15 r. T:5O r.
Night an. tohicK'sport.lo;3or. Y. 6:45 A. I
Sunda y Church Train to
and from West Newton 1:00 P. sc. 1019.41.
Por tickets apply to
E. M. BAYMOND, Age2l.
W. B. STOUT, Superintendent. noZI
S f i nZ UI
UNION PACIFIC' RAILWAI"
The SHORTEST AND HOST imam
from the Zast.to al poleax Si
Two Trains Leave Stet/1.1,W old Leatemwortft
deal, (MandmeZteg i eg, on they rrival or trent&
of Paddc B St. Lon% and Banns.
nal and St. Joe Railroad from Quincy, connect.
in. at Lawrence, Topeka and Warned° . 1 1 11 1
staaes for all roolnta Balms. At enc._
tract west of Ellsworth 'with the trlSta'nu-
STATES 'IMPRESS - COMPANY'S Dom'
LINE OF OVBEILLEID ILAIL ion)
DEN VET SAIIr .14A3S-161
AU Points in the Territories,.
Azdwitlatrsissors ist-wirmair XI •
of cOA for Port Union, Bent's Port XX . Pass.
Albuquerque, Slants Pe, and all points in SA.
sons and hew Mexico. -
With the rearm additions - of rolling stir*
and equipment, and the arrangemeuM made
with-responsible Overland Transportation Lines
from its westemitermlnus, this road now OWNS
unequalled faellities tof the tresurmission Of
freight to the gar West..
Tickets for sae at all the "Brindpe. offices CI
the United Sates sad Canso:las
B e se re end ask cor ilelsets via s , :pialpit
A. PA , OptlO AL11.W.,..14.
Bt. Lents, lllisoin.
New Mexico, Idaho,
Oregon. - •
4 3 41 erslaapertatimaga
• a; B,writaing:l4,
gain rtelgixtait'ne ritle,tl