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EW VINEGAR LAW.
Text of the Act to Prevent Adul teration of the Stuff. IT MUST m STRICTLY PURE And if Artificially Colored "Vail Get a Dealer Into Trouble. "WHAT SOME GROCERS HATE TO SAT The law enacted by the Legislature pro hibiting the adulteration of cider vinegar has an important bearing on one of our largo trade interests. The law was approved by Governor Tattisoiion J due U, and is as fol low: A3T ACT To prevent the adulteration of cider v Inegar. regu lating thesnlcof v Inejrar made wholly from ap- " nc-. grain's and other fruits prohibiting the nannfjctt:rcandNalcot vlnegarfrom certain In gmllcuts Injurious to health, and providing pen alties thcrvfor. Sk-ctlou 1 -lit' It enacted bv the Senate and House of J?epneutatlv e. of tho Commons lalth of remi ss lvania in General A-simblj met, and it Is In relij cinrtcdbv tlie authority of the -.aiue that no person shall lnaDufjeture for sale or offer or - iiosc lor sale a elder apple or orchard v incpir. anj vinegar not the legitimate pntdm'l of pure apple julc. known as nppli. elder orvlneg-ir. not made cxclil-tvelr of s-iid apple clderor vimgar, nuc -vhirli foreign un-iances drug or aiid-, h-ive been liitruduccd as wav appiar bj proper lefts. S.'Ctlon! No person shall manufacture for sale or knowlnel o-ter for sile or have In hlv pose-io.i ilh intent to sell an v vlmpir found ujkiu proper ust to contain an prejiaratlon of lead. copiht. sulphuric acid or othir Ingredient injurious to health. teetion 3 All cider vinegar shall be wfth out artitici.il coloring matter and shall contain not les than 2 per centum by weight of elder vinegar solid- upon full ev apora tlon over boiling water and shall alo contain an aiidity of not less than 4 per centiyu. -The Casks Must be Dramlcd. Section 4 -Eicrj person -naVIng or manufacturing cider v lnerar for sale shall before shipment brand m each bead ol the cask, Uirrel or keg contain ing such i iuegar the name and residince of the manufacturer, the date when the same was man ufactured and the word-, "cider vinegar,"' and no llncgarshall lie branded -Truit vinegar" unles the same 1a made wholly from appks, grapes or ot:-er fruits. Section ".-Whoever ilolates anv of the provisions of thi-ait shill lie Until not lest than 50 nor more thau ItX) or imprisonment not less than 20 liorinore than 100 davs, or both, and shall be ac iudfred to ial in addition all neee-ari cost-and eien-e incurred in sniilv 7'.ng such vinegar and all lot gar not in accordance with this act shall In; s-tbji-u to forfclturcand situation. A number of grocer ere interview cd as to their opinion of this law against thcndul torition ol Mnegar. Tlie inteivievi-. de veloped the Inct that fullj 90 per cent of the vinegar old here is entirely inn cent of pure cider, or, in other words," i manufact ured vinegar, said one leading vvl-olcsdlc grocer: "I have no objection to the new law, but feelconlltIentth.it it will not avnil to knock out adulterations. Vinegar that is inanu Jaetnreil meet a great demand, and can lo i-oldat much lower prices than that made Irom apple juice exciu-nelj. If the public want tlie cheaper grades they should not bo deprived of the privilege. However, I bc licv c that manutactured vinegar should .Sail Under Its Proper Colors, and should not be 'old lor w hat it is not. Tlie true idea is to bell everything for what it leully is, and I am as utterly opposed to label as cider vinegar that which ha no cider in it as I am against selling oleo for butter. Let everything and every person pass for vv hat thej arc" said a reprcsentativ e ot ono of our best re tail grocery establishments: "I think the new law is a good one, and hope it w ill ac complish its purpose. Any amount of vinegar is "-old -is cider vinegar, w liich hasn't n drop ot cider in it. The manutactured article am be sold for 4,'ic to tic per gallon, while tlie genuine -tuff : wot th 15c to Ise per gallon. Genuine cider vinegar is not icadv Jot market until it is fui: two years old, whereas much of the -irliele -old us such can be made ready in a Jew flays, bv putting in acids tind small quantities ot high vv lues, and then running tne composition ocr beecli shai ings to gi e it tlie proper color. The cider vinegar sold by us is carried a coupie of years before it is considered ready for marketing. Of course it is carpeiish e to earn this product so long, nnd thele are times, like lastfall, w lien cider i dear, ow ing to a -hortage ot the apple crop. Jiut w e Inn e a custom that At ants tho jiuro tu.r, and propo-o to furnish the goods."' LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Ecceipts Shipments and Prices at East Lib ert and All Other Yard, OJFICC OK l'lTTSBlTU; DlSrATCH, Tt tsDv, June 10. Cattle Receipts, 94.". head; shipment, 300 head. Market slow and a shade off from yes terday's prices; no cattle shrpped to Xew York to-daj . Hogs Receipts, MO head; shipments, 600 hcrtd. Market dull: Philadelphia-, $4 801 4 t; bet 1 orders and mixed, $4 (Tig 4 TO; common lorlicrs, 4 lOjM 50: pigs, $3 75(jj4 23; i cars hogs shipjicd to New Yoik to-day. Sheep Keci'ipt, 4.1W0 head; shiptnents, 4,'itio head. Market erj dull; 10 to 20c off lrom j esterda j " pi ices. Jlj Telegraph. Omaha Cattle Ueccipts, 2,100 head; mar Icct wasacthe and steady on hand fat and heavj cattle; common grades, slow and weak; fancj , 1,35') to 1,000 pound steers, $5 25 5 s.": prime, l,25Jto 1,273 pound steers, 4 75 yj2: gt.Kd to choice l,t.V) to 1,550 pound steers, l 25T5 OU: butchers' steers, 1.C5J to LWO pouiiU, Si 754 IK). Hogs Receipts, s.liOO head; market aetic and stead to 53 higher: the bulk selling at it 35gl 15; light, fl 13ft 1 .M. he:!, it WGl 40; mixed, s4 -.5JJ 4 SU. "-beep lleccipt, 5oi head, market was steadj, tl.e demand exceeding the receipts; liatne, $;. 00y5 25, western, $2 755 25. Chlrago Hie Eiemug Journal lvports: Cittle Receipts, 9,000 head; shipments, SO00: market slow and lower; no cvtra or choice native oil sale; other, S5 50?5 DO; Texans, 2 7."a.4 0 cow s, $1 334 60. Hog- Ueccipts, lO.onu: head: shipments, 5,000 head; market. actue and highei"; rough and com mon, $1 i04 .".; mixed and packers, $4 40W1 50. prime ncavv and butchers' weights, 4 50gt 60; light, $4 '.0Q4 00. 6heci Hcceipt' 7,000 heau: siiipnicnts, S.OOO head: market ste.idj: no Tesans on s.ilc; until c ewes J4 00,j4 75: wethers andjcail ings, so tDS'J 35: lambs, 5 75g7 00. Cincinnati Hogs stronger; common and light, s3 75Q4 t);packing and butchers', S4 40 4 73: receipts, o0 head; shipments, 700hcad. (.tittle iu good demand and linn; common, $1 50is3 00. lair to choice butcher grades, $J 50 75 i.i; piime to cliotce shippers, Jl 75305; receipts, 500 bead; shipments, JOOheuil. ftneep in lair demand and steady; tair to choice, S3 25i75; extra lat wethers and j'earlings, f5 oosij 25; receipts, 3,2 j0 head; snipments, 3,040 head. Lambs lirnier; common to choice, 4 250 90 per 100 jiouuds. w York Itec es Xo fresh arrivals; feeling linn; dressed beef steadv at f 9sc; sliipmcnts to-day, 200 beeves and if sueep: to-morrow, 500 leeeand i,0t0 quar ters of licet. Cah es Keceipl, 92S head; mar ket Jfic low en acjiIs. SjoOaSK1; buttermilk calves, S., 5t). Miecp Ueccipts, s,lc9 head; Mieep steatly; lambs dull: sheep, ?4 ofiftfj 00; lamb, ;5 oog7 00, dressed mutton tiiTii at 9lvKc: dic'scd h'mbs steady at loKgllc. llog' lleeeipLs, 8,000 hc.id, consigned 'tlirect; jnaiket uouunall steady at $4 30g3 25. M. Louis Cattle Iteecipts, 3,300 head; ship ments, "too head; matket steady; good to lunrv native steers, 5 O0W5 90; lair to good, H 00Q1 10. Texaus and Indians, $2 90&4 b5. Hog' l!cceipt, 5,100 head; shipments, none: maiket strongei; tail to choice hcivy, $4 40 4 5: mied grades, ft OOgl 45; light, lair to bet, SI 35gl 4'i. fcheeji Ueccipts, 1,705 head; shipments. 500 head; market steady; lair to lancj.fi 105500. ISufulo cattle dull: no very good here; receipts, 2 cars lor sale andC held over; none through. Hogs a shade easier; no good heavy heie; not quolablj' low cr; receipts, 15 load through, 5 on sale; medium, $1 S0iij4 b5. Sheep and lamps dull: receipt, 4 loadsMirough, 2 loads, on sale; lair to good. j4 75515; otlicis, S3 25; callings, 4 755 50; spiing lambs, $5 75S7 00 Kansas Citj CattieKeccipts, 4,890 head; shipments, 291 head: maiket, 5c to 10c lower; steers, $5 2S5-95: cow, $1 D0.! 95; htockersniid leedci, $2 Ij04 25. Hogs Ke ceipts, 7,kni head: shipinents,?2;i0 head: mar ket strong to.V higher: bulk;. $4 254 33; all grades, .; :a I 4. Micep-Eeccipis, 2.OS0 bead; shipment, 1-25 hcad;niarket strong. il Drj-goods Market. Xew Toek, Jupe 16. Business In drj'goods vtas affected somewhat bj- the extreme heat prevailing, but good just reduced in price wcroIu!rl'fictic. There is a better feeling liow that detinitencss lias been reached. In ierdirectionsjhe market was unchanged 1 apparently stead-. Metal Markets. w York, June IS. l'ig iron quiet. Cop per dull; Lake. June, $12 85. Lead stead-; domestic, 45. Tin dull, closed heavy: straights, $20 65. WATCHING THE WEATHER. Wheat, Corn and Oata Itlse and Fall Ac cording to Whether It Italns or Shines t liirry Strength In the Leading Cereals Provisions More Active, CHICAGO Speculators in wheat to-daj' devoted themelvcs chiefly to the studj- of the weather map, and regulated their trades to lit the metereological probabilities. Julj openedat94g95c against 94c at tho close j"esterday. Tlie feeling was strong nnd the price almost at once touched c. It fluct uated between that price nnd 94?c for a long time, then gaining renewed strength ad v anced to 95Jic In tho last hour there was a reaction to 95c, then a rally to 93Jc and the close was at 95Jic, a latoTaris cable quot ing prices lower and taking the edge off the market. Tlie early strength wa due to reports that it was raining in the winter w hcatbclt wheto harvesting was iu progress, though tho weather map did not fully confirm these statement, and fears of a wet harvest made shorts ncrv ous.- The! amount of wheat and Hour on passage also showed "a decrease of 1 016,000 bushels lat week and helped. to" in crease the strength. Later, San Krnncisco dispatches to IJigelow & Co. reported an nd vance of fie there on bids for. export to France. Liverpool advice, shqwed a decline there of Jjd, with trade dull. There was a good busines in "corn, though it wa mostlj- of a local character. The feel wa unsettled, but on the w hole price aver aged higher. A good sharo of the demand wa from parties who have sold freelj" in tho East for the this month's delivery. Crop report w ere again verj favorable to-day, as the weather 1 hot and shower- over tho West. Markets were all up, and all local receipts wero lighter than expected. Julj opened at 54.".4c, against !Ac a the last ptice vcsjprdaj". but there was rather free selling and a decline to oljfc resulted, aided somowhat by the Dunham announcement. Then a better feeling succeeded and prices nd anced to 55JJe, reacted to 55e, strength ened and closed at 55c- Oats opened c higher at 37c for Jnly, broke to 34JJP, improved to 37ffe in sj-ui-path v w ith corn, broke again to 3flc, but rfe acted and closed at 37JaC. Provisions were-active and strong most of the day, though the close showed only a slight advance compared witu j estcrdaj'. Hogs w ere 510c higher, and the strength in coin assisted to head prices up until the close. Mes pork for September dcllvery opened at $10 70 against $10 G2Jnsthe closing figure yesterdaj, o!d off to $1 017K "P $10 F2r weakened and closed at $10 n7'j. lard and ribs taking the same general course. Tho leading futures ranged as follows, as corrected by John M. Oakley & Co., 45 Sixth street, members of Chicago Board of Trade: j Open- High- Low- j Clos- JlRTICLES. Ing. j ct. ( est. lug. Witr-vr, Jfu. 2 i Jniif SS I S7'i 07' Juiv iti I nsT aii n,ri August .. 91si tr2i( J1S 92s Coax, J.'o. 2. i June 57 I .Wfl 37 58s5 July 54u Vi 54j So1 August 53J4 54 53 Z3& O VT, XO, I. 1 I Juiu z:i, $i 37M as'i JlllV 37 T.t SSV, 37' August 32 321i 31"B 32o MESS l'ORK. ' I Jult 10 5:'j'10.V 10 33 10s Sptfmlcr. 10 70 1U 824 10 57V 10 G7'a Laku. . Jul 6 3". 6 40 6 32U' 6 35 bcpttmUr. C37'i GtSf C53 -1 6 57s: MIOKT 1U11S. j Jul 6 05 CI!!. 6 02U 6 07'i S-rptembtr. 6 30 G 37j 6 27' 6 32s. Cash quotations were as follows: Flour unchanged. Xo. 2 spring w heat. 97ffl7lc; 2 rjc. 79c: Xo. 2 barley nominnl: Xo. 3 noniinal; Xo. 4 nominal; 'o. 1 flaxseed, $1 OS. prime timothv seed, $1 2S: mes pork, per barrel, $10 35QU037U: lard, per 100 pound, s6 27: short rib sides (loose), $0 00 6 T5; dry salted shoulders (boxcd)$5 00( . iu; snort rjear sides (uoxeui, fo axijo 4a. sjugar I'nchanged. On the Produce Exchange to-tlaj- the but ter market was steady and unchanged. Eggs, ll15c 3JETV YORK Flour quiet and unchanged. Coinmcal steady and quiet; "ellow Western, $3 253 73. Wlieat Spot maiket higher and quiit; Xo. 2, $1 0!!Q1 r.li elevator; $1 10U 1 10K afloat: $1 ojjiffl HJf f. o. b.: un graded red, $1 Oiji&l lljf; Xo. 1 Northern, to arrive, $1 11; Xo. 1 hard, to arrive, $l"15i; Xo. 2 Chicago, $108; options opened un changed toc up and quickly advanced Jk1?8c " reports of damage to tlie ciop by ram and an unexpected decrease in amount on passage; from this there was a little realizing and a decline of c. but the close was steadv at lx,ic over j-esterdav. X'o. 2 red June at $1 )l tr., closing $1 00; July, $1 Ojil 0;, closing at $105: August, $1 01gl 02, closing at $1 Oljcj; September. 1 u0J,,h 0i, closing at $1 01; October, $1 01 01, closing at $1 01: December, $1 te'Ql 03, closing at $1 02V. May, $1 0G'1 07; closing at $1 07. Corn Spot market higher, strong, scarce, Xo. 2, OOJ270c iu elevator, 71c afloat; un graded mixed, G7K7lc; options advanced l!--Kc closing firm on light receipts closing at oOcj;. Oat spot market lirnier and more active. Uil'.c no. and strong; Julj-, 42J4";jc, closing 45c; August. 37i3sXc closing :e&c; September. :'i:!c. closing 3G!Cc. Xo.2siot white 45J.J 4.sJ5c: 31i.ed wetem 4046c; w bite do 4;.we; s'o. 2 Chicago 44ig4i,e. Haj- quiet, linn. Hops quiet, steadj-. Tallow steadv and qifiet. Kggs quiet, casj, western lo16VJ. l'ork dull, steady. Cut meat dull, steadj. Middles quiet, easy. Lard higher, closed casV; western steam, $ii 62; June, $0 52: July, $6 52C 5S. closing $6 50 bid: Augnt $S CO; Sep tember $C 00 S7, closing. $C 81 bid; October $G9i6 93, closing $6 01. Butter quiet, eay; Western dairy ll15c; do creaiiiery 15lkc; do factor" ll14J$c; Elgin 17Bil?J-c. Cheese fair demand, easier; part skims 4GJc, RALTI3IORK Wheat Arm nnd higher; Xo. 2 red spot, $1 OSUfid 0 July, $1 0S)Z 6103: August, $1 OiJiQl 0l)J; September, $1 0Oj4g$l 01. Corn inactive and higher; mixed, pot, and the month, lUUgtviJicjJulv, C)i.fCi-Vc: spot,Xo.2white,C4le. Oatswcak and dull: Xo. 2 white Western, 32g53er Xo. 8 mixed do, 50Q 51c. Kye very dull; Xo. ' 2, 93c!. Hny stead ; good to choice timothy, $12f 131 Pi-ovisions moderatel active; moss pork, old, $12; new $11; bulk meats, loose shoulders, 5c; long clear. c: clear rib side, Gc: sugar pickled shoulders, GJJc: sugar-cured s-noked shoulders, 7J.JC; hams, ll'12c: lard, rellncd, Sc. Butter steady; creamery, tancj", 18lSJc: do, fair to choice, lt17c: do, imita tion, l516c; ladle, fanoy, 14c: do. good to choice, il13e; store packed, 1013c. Eggs at 10c. ST. LOULS Flour quietand steady. Wheat opened He down, then firmed up and closed atil!io above vesterdav; Xo. 2 red, cash, 91l-.ijic; Jnly, 90:92c, closing at Dljfc; August, 89Ji90'ic, closing at 90c; December, !2g93Xc. closing at 9.1c. Com opened firm at !c above yesterday, closing strong at jc changed. Egg qniet njid lower at l-ic. Com meal linner at $3 003 10. Prov isiolis higher. Arm and a fair business transacted. P01 k, $10 2 Lard, $3 fO. PHILADELPHIA-Flour dull and weak. Wheat firmer and higher; Jingraded, on tnirlc, $1 10; Xo. 2 red, June, $L05if?l 01; Julv, $1 03JJffl 05: August, $1011U1; Sep tember, $1 001 003. Com Options strong; Carlots in lair demand and linnei-; Xo. 2 mixed, on track, bOJc, do elevator, COe: Xo. 2 mixed and jellow. in elevator, Wc; Xo. 2 4'Jc. closed at 45c; Xo. 2 white, Juno, U 44c. alLVXEAPOLLS Xo.l Xorthem wheat was in good demand to-da j" at about tlie Julv price to j-Jc over. The most of the sales w eie made at '.r.ijic deliv ercd. X'o. 2 Xorthcrn sold tairlv at the opening, but the demand was small and soon filled, after which sales j ere ditii eult to make except at concessions with con siderable offered. Low grades slow. Clos CLXCIXXATI Flour in better domand. Wheat stronger; Xo. 2 red, $1 02. Corn in moderate supply; X'o. 2 mixed, 5Sc. Oats barely steadj ; Xo. 2 mixed, 4545e. Kye scarce and nominal; Xo.2 s5c l'ork quiet at $10 S7. Lard in good demand at $ft 00. Bulk meats strong at $G 00. Bacon strong; mill $7 007 Mi. Butter steadv. Eggs in light demand at 12J-jC Cheese eak. MILWAUKEE Flour unchanged. Wheat linn. Xo. 2 spring, on track, cash, 9I :i5c; Julj-.SHJSc; Xo. lX'oitlicrn,$l (W. Com' higher; Xo. 3, on track, 3sJ(;. Oats higher; Xo. 2 white,, on track, 40JJc Barlej- tinner;" Xo. 2, iu store, G9c bid. Kye quiet; Xo. 1, in stole, 62c Provisions Arm. TOLL-DO-Wheat steady; cash and Juno, $102: Julj", B7Hc; August, 95c; December. 97c. Com dull nnd firm; cash, Gc. Oats quiet; cash, 46c. Clovcrsecd steafly; cash, $4 20, ,? KAXSAS CITY Wheat weak; Xo. 2 hard, c:ish, 87c ; June, 85c bid; Xo. 3, 89Jc Corn June, 50c bid. Oats steady; Xo. 2 cash, 41cr June, 40Jc bid. Eggsflnnatl2c Tupentine Market. " Xew York Rosin dulL Turpentine aniet and steady at 33c H 111 ine tt est nnti snoris cov onng: aune, C7(gft7Kc, closing at G7Kc; July, C2(i&i',c, closing at tJiJic: August, C0i.f6lc, closing at ClUe; September. SllliSiblUc nuove vesicmaj-; - o. casn, aj5a-c; Julj-, .riJl4&M, closing at 53c; September, 51(3 51J.C, closing at 51c. Oats highcrand fan Iv activc: Xo. 2 cash, 43c: Julv, 34;(S35Xe, closing at 3.c; August 30i30JJc, closing at 30c. Kye. Xo.2. 75c. Hnv ouiet and un ing quotations: xo. 1 iiaia, June, $1 O-1-on track, $1 011 0J: Xo. 1 Xorthem, June,' 9r))ie: July, 99Jc; September, 89JJc; on track, !)&$! 00; Xo. 2 Xorthem, on track, 9597c. CHOOSING A PLACE. Female College People Fall in Love With a Shadyside Property. VANDERGRIFT PLACE SUITS THEM. An Allegheny Site Also Talked Of, but Chances Favor the Former. THE DRIFT OF LOCAL SPECULATION It was stated yesterday by a gentleman who is in a position to know, that the Pitts burg Female College people havo almost de cided to locate in Shadyside, and have un der serious consideration the Captnln Yan dcrgrift property on the south side of Fifth avenue, near Shadj" lano. This property consists of six acre of land covered with beautiful trees, very essential for an insti tution of tlils kind, and ono of the largest nnd finest residences in Western Pcnnsj-l-vania, together with costly outbuildings and greenhouses. It is undorstood the price asked for this propertj', including tho right of way to Shady lane, is $120,000. It was further stated that if either tho collego or the Bowman Instltuto takes tlie property at the abov e flguro, which is $30,009 lets than Captain Vnndergrift saj-s tlie property is worth, ho will donate tho entire fnrnlsh ment, excepting picture and bric-a-brac, which is entirely new and worth between $30,000 and $10,000. It is not pufferj" to saj-thatnbetterlocation for the college, or buildings and grounds better ndapted to educational purposes, can not be found in the two cities, and the senti ment of those spoken toon the subject yc tordav was that tho college authorities would do w ell to close witli Captain Yander griff offer. But tliat is for them to decide. Another report wa to the effect that tho college would bo located In Allegheny, al though no site has been found to nnsw cr all the requirements. Of the two report the former is the more probable, and w ill be so regarded when it is stated that two of the collego authtn ities v lsltcd and inspected tlie Yandergi If t place j estcrday. X'o Cause for Complaint. The real estate market is active in tho lot department, but rather quiet for large prop erties, except In n few of the downtown dis tricts, w heie there are always buyers at fair prices. Important transactions on Ponn, Third and Smithfleld streets are pending, but will not be closed for some time. Here and there an agent may bo heard complain ing of dull times. Thej" should not overlook the important tact that there are almost twice as many men iu tho business as thcio were at the beginning of last year. With qommissions going to so many agents it would be unreasonable to expect all of them to do as much a they did In H-"90. Still, the largo majorltj- of broker are a busj-'as tnej' caret 10 ue at tins season 01 me j ear. She Makes Them Hustle. The members of tho Xew York Real Estate Exchange arc watching with much interest the career of one of their associates, Mis Agnes K. Murphj". She is tho onlj' w oman belonging to that bodj", nnd her business .qnalttiesandnbilitj' to hold her own in tho rush for commissions hav ing never excited the envj" of her competitor, now command their unstinted admiration. Miss Murphj" lives across the Harlem river, where her father had a small real estate office. He died about three j"cars ago after a lingering Ill ness of two vears, during which she took charge of hisoflice. The office was all that tlie lamily had after he had gone. Miss Agnes then took it in full charge and began to bestir herself to make money out ot it. Old brokers 11: that section soon found that thej- had to rise early and sit up late to keep the pace she set. Her office is one ot the most important in tlie upper wards. She makes quicker sales and gets better tirices than any of her competitors. Business X'cws and Gossip. A residence property on Center street, Wilkinsburg, a good house and almost an acre of ground, is about changing ownership at a price very close to $G,t00. The offices of the East Pittsburg Improve ment Company and of tho Turtle Creek Val.-lej- Water Company have been removed to 417 Wood street. Tho improvement company is letting tho Contract for 20 now" homes at Wiimcrdlng and 20 at Brinton, to bo of modern design and of flvo and six rooms each. The prospect of heavy crops continues to inspire hope of an active trade movement iu the fall. Europe will want all the surplus. Mr. D. P. Black, when last heard from, was "doing" Germany. He will return by w ay of Italy, France and England. There is a fair investment demand for local bond, nnd a good many sales are made on the quiet. The Board of Directors of the Xaturnl Gas Company of West Virginia, at a meeting held on Monday for organization, re-elected C. Y. Batchelor President: Harris Buchanan, Sec retarv; Henry Fisher, Treasurer, and George Heard, Assistant Treasurer and General Manager. The two largest nnd finest flats in this "neck of the woods" nie in the Tenth ward, Allegheny. They pay the owners 8 per cent. Mackerel are said to be plenty this season, and a good catch is expected. Charters were issued at Harrisburg vestcr dav for the IMmo savings Building anil Loan Association, of Sharpsburg, Allcghonj" eountj", capital stock, $230,000, and tlie spoyer Hotel Company, of Beaver, capital stock, $1CO,OJO. At a meeting of stockholders of theSewick ley Dairy Compan yesterday It was decided to allow the Board of Directors to sell the whole or .1 part of the land formerlj" used bj" the companj". An office sale or 100 share of Central Trac tion stock at 17 w as talked of j-csterday evening. There is a good deal of quiet buying of Philadelphia Gas stock by those who have faith tint tho supply will hold out, and thej" are In the majontj". The Building Record. Penntts for the erection of tho following buildings w ere issued j esterday: Dennis Fitzgcrald,"frame two-storj" dwell ing, 16xS2 feet, on Dauphin street, Xinetecnth ward. Cot, $1,000. Charles Slider, frame two-story addition dwelling, 11x14 feet, Webster street. Thir teenth ward. Cost, $400. Joseph Shatter, three frame two-story stores and dw ellings, 34x22 feet, Shad" Lane, Twentieth w ard. Cost, $.1 200. Movements iu Realty. W. C. Boringer & Co. sold to Mrs. Gulda Goldsmith for Shindlc Bros., five brick dwellings on Woostcr street, foi $12,500. Ira M. Burchfield sold three more lots on Warnet street, Twentj--thlrd ward, for $2, 8C0. Baltensperger & Williams sold two moro lots in the Weinman Plan, Mt. Washington, being Xos. 49 and 30, each 25x115 feet, for $490. Mrs. K. S. Wlshart was the purchaser. John K. Evving & Co. sold for F. G. Kohr kastc, of Xew Brighton, Pa., to Oliver Gitt ings a lot COxlOO on Sheridan avenue, Tenth ward, Alleghcnj", b"ing Xo. 91 in F. G. Rolir kastc's plan, lor 250 on monthly payments. Black & Balrd sold for tho G'ermania Sav ings Bank to ircdenck Staltz a two-story trauie dwelling nnd double lot, being Xos. 4530 and 433S Penn avenue,40xlC0 feet through to Comno alley, for $3 300. Magaw & Goff, Liin., sold for Phil. Yortish to a capitalist lrom Armstiong Co., four lots each 25x120, and tw o lots eachWHect front by 1C0 feet deep, and 14 feet wide in rear, on West street, Wilkinsburg, for $1,800. AN. A." Herron & Sons sold another lot in tho third plan of the Wilkins Estate, Xo.59, on Hutchinson nv cnue, 52x120 feet, for $700. Lbts in this plan are sellingrapidly. The Schenley Park Land Company sold to It. R. Warren n lot 25xll!i on Gladstone street for $C00 on easy tenns $5 cash, balanco' $5 per month; also sold to J. B. Keefer, two lot, 50150, 011 Gladstone street, for $1,240, on same terms; also sold to E. Kratzer, one lot, 5xl00, on Haldane street, for $a50, monthly payments. THE M0NETAEY MOVEMENT. Xo Jfear of a Stringency When the Crop Movement Starts. ' At the banks j esterday money was nbun dant nnd discounting fair. Advices from all tho financial centers were of about the same tenor. Tho largo cash reserve which this condition indicates is not onlj- a guarantee against a stringoncj", but a strong induce ment to business expansion the coming fall. There was no change in rates. Currency was in large supplj". Exchanges wore $2,252, 610 18 and balances $4C0,4.:4 37, ThftMinancinl condition at Chicago is thus set forth: The demand tor funds keeps good, bnt is hardly equal to the supplj-. The mar ket Is easier than It was a week ago. Some outside loans have been made at 4 percent, and a good many banks are anxious to put out loans at 5 per cent. The fear of any serious stringency when the crop movement ct-tirta la linf otvnn tlifmi Tt 1e thought mercantile interests throughout the rountry nre taking so much les funds than they Aim. aj-carago that tho increased demand, to move tho crops can lie met withont great difficulty. . - At Xew York yesterday money on call was easj", ranging from 2 to 3 por cent; last loan 2Uc, closedoffcrednt224c. Primomcrcan tlloiiaper, 57c. Sterling exchango quiet but linn at $1 85 for 60-day bills and $4 8SJ4 for demand. Closing Bond Quotations. U. S. 4s,rcg. .ll7fM.. K. &T.2iH... -llsvl Mntnal Union 6- .. 40, ..10t TT. S.4-.. conn.. II S. 4KSs, reg 100 XT. S. 4s, coup 100 ti. a. vj. 111. ''r' "' .ibis, .1105? rtonucm i". -" raciuc 03 or '35.. .-...109 .Milslatiastamped4s ) Missouri 85 Tcnn. new set 6s 100 Tcnn. new set 5s 102i Tenu. new set 3s 70 Can. Southern 2ds... AS Ccn. Parlflc lsts ittm Din. . R. O. Ists....ll44 Pen. Alt. . 4s .. .. 82 D.Jtlt. G. W. lsts.. - Eric 2(ls , 97 M.. K. AT. lsts 76 Jtortncrn rnc. -'" Xorthw'n f-onsols. Vftrthw'n Deb. Ss. ..MS ..101 fcTH.I At.. St. L.AS.F.Gcn.M ins St. Paul Consols.....- St. P.. C. P. lt -I" Texas PadncKM.... Ji TetasPaclnelils.... 3t"5 I'nion racinc lsts ..WJs West Shore i"J-r h.G.Wcst. lsts 7Vi Bank Clearings. Chicago Xew York exchange, fi070e premium. Demand for loans active at KB Pr cent on call and B.per. cent on time. Clearings for to-dav w ore $11,750,000. St. Locis-Clcarings, $3,720,181; balances $110 022; money at G7 per cent; exchange on Xew York90 per cent premium. MiMriiis Xew York Exchange selling at $1 premium. Clenrlngs, $2'jS,031; balances, $30123. Xhw OnLEAj. a earing. $1,813,053. X"kw YoRK-Clearings, $132 522,708; balances, $4,432,411. Bostox Clearing $16,3fi6 922: balance, $1,802 431: inonej", 23 por cent; exchango on Xew Yoi k, 5 to 10 cents discoun t. Philadelphia Clearings, $11,123,33.1; bal ance. $1,232,071: monej", 41J pev cent. Bvltimokb Clearings, j2,40l,U9; balances, $298,094; money, C per cent. HOME SECURITIES. GOOD PRICES REALIZED AT AUCTION 1'OK DIVIDEND PAYERS. Xothing Startling in the Regular Way Small Gains and Losses About Ev en The Unlisted Tractions Picking Up A Xew Basis of Consolidation. There was nothing in tho stock calls yesterdaj- to attract special attention. Sale footed up only 68 share, furnished bj" Lus ter, Pleasant Valley, Duqucsnc Traction nnd Airbrake. Price changes wero fractional in all cases. Second Avenue, Luster nnd Char tiers closed better than tho opening. Cen tral Traction was weaker. Manufacturers' Gas wa wanted at 26. For Duquesne Trac tion 13twas bid, offered at IB. Manchester Traction could have been sold at 20. For Electiic Sciip 55 w as bid. The event of the day was the auction alo bj- John I). Bailey In tho afternoon. Tho list ot stock was larger and most of them valu able. There was a good attendance of brok ers and outsido buyers. Prices realized w ero iu most cases aoovo tho regular mnrkct. AVlicn bid were low er the stocks were w Itli drawn. Thorosnltof the nle will probablj bo to olovato price on 'change, or at least stiffen the view sol" holders. Follow Ingvi ere tho prices: Shares. inscription or&iocK. rnce. SO 20 7 Ui'S 40 Bank or Pittsburg ? 37 2" nth-eiio' Xatlonal Il-ink S 00 Exchange Xalional Hank 87 "" Alleghcnj Suspension Bridge, new 30 50 Northern Liberties Bridge ll.intl Street Bridge Pittsburg Oa Comptny Pittsburg Gas Companj" Philadelphia Gas Company Pleasant Valley Fort Pitt National Bank... safrt Dcnoslt Coinninv 41 7 7"! 25 72 30 12 50 24 li'i 170110 10 lfO 30 50 100 10 10 (v3 M2S 33 09 Sale Deposit Company. . 1ft lloatman's liiKUnucc Comnanv There were a number of withdrawals tor Insufficient bids or no bids. There was no bids for the M. & M. Bank. Allegheny Su pcnion Bridge wns withdrawn on a bid of at Tuna Oil vras passed. Mechanics' Xa tlonnl Bank wa withdrawn on a bid of $111 50.. and First Xatlonal Itmk of Pittsburg on a bid of $182 23. There was no bid for the First Xntional of Alleghenv-, nor for the Third Xatlonal of Pittsburg. Citizen' Xa tlonal was taken back at $14 75. and Freehold Bank at 63. There was no offer for Gei mail Fire Insurance Company. BridgewaterGa was withdrawn on n 1ml of 23. There weio no lmvers present for Pittsburg Plate Gin or Itellcrue bonds. All 111 all, the sale was one of the most successful of recent time. Gossip wa still busj" with the Tractions. A prominent broker said in regaid to con solidation reports: "Citizens, Duquesne, Pittsburg and Birmingham and Mnnrncstor, whoe Held nro widely divergent and arc not competitor, are in a position to pool their issues. -The" have the amo capitaliza tion. A central power house would answer for all of them. This would cut down ex penses, and by exchanging tickets thej would accommodate the public and increase their business. This consolidation would control 00 miles of track andsomc of the best tcnitorvin tho city nnd suburb. On the other hand, the Duquesne and Pittsburg are iieoessarUy competitor, paralleling each other, and a consolidation between them looks to mo like a business imposslbllltj". There Is nothing to consolidate." Another broker, thought the Duquesne and the Pittsburg couldnit afford to fight each other forever. Ho said: "I attach no sig nificance to tho meeting hetw ecu Mr. Magco and Mr. Elkins in Philadelphia. They oftcli meet. But I think'somo kind of an arrange ment to regulate fares 1 under waj". What It is I do not 'know. Thej" are not going round telling people. Xor do I know when it will go into effect. It may bo the last of this month. That depends how full of light thej" arc. But somo time, some how and soniew here, as I said before, I think tliej w ill come to nn agreement nnd turn their sword into ploughshares."' Sales on call were: First call X'o sales. Second call 30 Luster at 12. Third call 10 Pleasant Vnllcvat23K, 23 Duquesne Traction at Vy., 3 Airbrake at 94 Bids nnd asking prices at each call aro appended: first sreoxu tiiiiio EXCHANGE CALL. CALL. CALL. STOCK. B A B A B A p. r. S. & M. Ex. 300 Arsenal Bank.. 70 Com. Xat. Bank. 92 . Dunucsne X. Bk. ISO Marine X. B'k... 110 Jletropol'a X. B. 110 M011011. X. Bank. 130 .... Alleghenv Ins Co 52 Alltghcnv G. Co. 42-i Consolidated G.C 43 41 .... Char. Val. G. Co. SV 9 81f 9 So.... Mfrs. (iaGo 38 30 P. X. G..tP.Co. 0V 3 .... a. OK Philadelphia Co.. 12 KH l"'-i 12 12X 12 WhcellngGasCo. 21 23 21 3 Columbia Oil Co , 2H 3 Central Traction. 17)i 17il 17.),,.... 17 173 ('ItinMnTrnct'n So1 .... bo'i Pittsburg Trac'li. 32 .... 32 .... 32 .... Pleasant Vallcv 24 2l 23'S Second Av emu-... M)j 54 .... Allegheny Vallcj Vi 4 Chartlcrs Ball' 53 .... P..Y. A A 20 .... P., Y. & A. pfd 58 .... P. Castle Shan 0 .... Pitts. X Conn 8 .... lHts..tI..E 53 .... Pitts. June. 11.11 V.. .. P.. McK. SY.... oil B5 P., C. C.ibt.L. .. 15 .... P.,C.,f pfd 58 .... P., V. C. K. K 4i .... P. A W. K. K...I 1 P. W.B.R.prcf 19 20 X.Y."4C.G.C.Co 3S Ealt(41dst)hrg 60 Hand M. Bridge 40 43 40 45 P. & B. Bridge 72 .... Union Bridge 10 .... Hidalgo Min.Co 3K.... i.iisieiMia'gCo. 12 IVi K',i IVi 12'i 12,' AUcgenv Co. E 1(0 .... Wcting'c Elec'c 1 Wi TA 13JS 12?8'.... Mou. Nav. Co 70 .... Mon. Water Co is .... Unions. Co: ." 57 .... Wcstln'e A.B.Co 95 Standard U.C.Co J 63 70 J C6 70 G5 (A The total sales of stocks at Xew York vos terdav were ItO.ISO shares, including Atchi son, 11,151; Louisville and Xashvlllo, 11,845; bUFaul, 13,375; Union Pacific, 8,900. STOCKS AND BONDS. WALL STREET SPECULATORS LXCLTNED TO HOLD BACK. Xo Life, but a Latent Bullish Feeling In Share Chicago Gas Higher and tho Only Feature Signs of Revival In the Uond Market. Xew Yoiik, Juno 16V Tho operations in tho stock market continued to diminish to-day, and tho indisposition of speculators to ven ture at present was shown in tho 'insignia cant quotations, even among the most prom inent shares. The general feoltng is more bullish, but while Micro was no taking of gold for to-morrow 's steamers and no indica tions of any movemont in that lino this week, the firmness of exchange, with the pioximityof the rates to shipping points, renders caution tho older of tho day. The traders wero still inclined to bo bear ish this morning, and tho professional char acter of tho dealings was sufficiently shown in tho course of tho market during the re mainder of the day. The Industrials, or rather Chicago Gas, alone was the feature of the day, and the? non-action of tho Chicago City Council on the matter was thought to foreshadow n settlement. of the difficulties with tho companj", vv ith tho natural result of again making the stock a favorito in tho trading, and at materialdvanco in its price. JThe railroad list, however, was slow to re spond to tho strengli in this specialty, and the bearish inclination of'the room caused a lower opening nnd further slight losses in most ot the list, While at the lowest figures of tho first hour Louisville wn down V nnd Rock Island , per cent. The npathj-, however, wns quickly shown in.the increas ing dullness, with an almost total cessation of movemont in the list, and later tbo un usual strcnghth developed in Chicago Gas, sorved to neutralize apoition of these losses. . The earlv weakness in Louisville nnd Union Pnciflc, the latter beine down JJ per cent at tho opening,4 was in consequence of pressure to sell apparently for foreign ac count, which, as usual, was helped on oj' tho traders to the best or their ablfltj-. The Into advances wero on tho" same limited scale, nnd tho maiket llnallv closed very dull and steady to firm at Insignificant changes for tho day, tho only Important final change beirtg a gain of IV. per cent on Chicago Gas. Tho trading in railroad bond was again very small and nccompanled by the usual lack of feature. A firm tono prevailed, how ever, nnd the final changes show a majority of gains. The tmnactions. footed up $318, 000, and this business was distributed among a larger number of issues than usnal of late, indicating somo revival of interest in tho bondlist. The following tabic shows the prices of active Klnrlt nn tlin Vfiw Vii.l Stnrlr I. TchntlffP VPStPT- Iav. Corrected dally for Tllf DISPATCH byWlIIT- xkv&stfi'HENsov, oldett rittslmrg members of tt... "S.. w "'..t i.... 1 L.v.n.An.. TT IViipM, ftvmltA! III.ILII A Ulk fllVI ft Jj-lWI. hangf, 37 Fourth avenue: Aln.Cotton Oil Am Cotton OH pfd Am.Sugtr Ucflutug Co.... Am.biurarltfllnlngCo.prd Atrli., Top. .f . V Canadian Paclflc Cau-lda Southern Ctutralof ct Jersey Central Pattfic Che iitcakfHtirt Ohio ('.All., 1st nnl C. A O., 2d pfd Chicago Gas Trust C, Bur. anil Qulncv- ., Mil. audfet.l'aul C, Mil. A St. P. pld. . .. C. Bock LAP.. J C. St. r. M. SO..... C.St. P. II All. pld C. A Northwestern C. A Northwestern, pfd.. Oj.C.C. A I .- Col. C0.1I& Iron Col. A Hocking Val Del., Lurk. West Dtl. A Hudson Den. A Itlo Grande, Den. A Itlo Grande, pfd.. E.T., Va. AGa E.T., Va. A Ga. 1st pfd... E. T.. Va. A Ga. 2d ptU.... Illinois Central Lake Erie A Wist...'. Lake Krlc AWi-st., pfd... Lake Shore A 31. s Louisville A Xahvlllc..... Michlgnn Ctntral Mobile (Hit , Missouri Pailllc...... 23i 34 M 4.1 '4 8.H1 MlV 331k 78' 4) 110 .11 18'i 4.1V 2!1 hi 112V IVi 23S 8.1 10S'4 132 62V 33J1 2B 13VX 12M Sj Pi 51 6 52 14 !, Wl M". liov 73X 8.1 102 104 K'i :oo'j 13X 66 28'4 19"a S0' 34V JO 14V 52" ( ui 24i, 17V 2P'2 36,'j 18 3US lr'V M va n'i Kl 31 " 96 102 64 14 4.1',' lo-V zt'i Sl't 31V wv 49 110 49 110 110 "K 17 IfiV, 43V 41Vi 2) -51", SIM 6.V4 112 411 29 54V fflK ii SI 5a 89 63 1I2V 72H 72; 73J1 "83 ' ' 11) lOfitfl W6XI "ex "ei'i MM, 90V 'ia'i "73Tfi 3M 73 V r.sv 102V ational Cordage Co. National Cordage Co., 102V. 103', nrcf '... pitti. i.cao irutt , New York Central X. Y.. C. A M. I X. Y., C. ASt. L., Istpf.. X.Y.. C. ASt. I.., 2d pr.. X. Y L. K. AW X. Y L. K. A W..prer... N.Y.AN. E N.Y..O. A. W Norfolk A Western Norfolk A Western, prcf.. Xorth American Co Xorthcrn Pacltic Northern Pailllc, pref..... Ohio A Mississippi Ortgon Improvement Paclflc Mall Pco., Dec. A Evans Philadelphia A Beading.... P.. C. (5. A St. L P.. C, C. A St. I... prcf.., Pullman Palace Car ltlelunond A W. P.T Ktclunoiid A W. 1". T., pf. St. PaulA Dulutl , M. Paul & DiilutN pref.... St. Paul, Minn. A Man..,. St. L. A. San Frau. 1st pre Tea-t Parlllc Union Paclflc Wabash Wabash, pref. Western Union Wheeling L. K , .... Wheeling A L. E., pref.... ii'l 1SH 100;, is 100'fi 191 'iY'i 16-6 34 V 16 L.HV ii? l.' 24'a 67,'n 15l 24'3 'iV WV 14V 24 67 SO'4; 38M 'iili 'ii'iii i6'i; io;s '4 l'l'n 23',' 81 St. I 7b'S I0"s 23 Hi 61 "a 7;0 Whs )' 81 Si'i 75,'s Roston Stocks. Atch.ATopcka.... Boston A Albuir .. Boston Malm.... C. II. AO Eastern U. U Fltchhurg B. It.... Lltt. Bock A Vt. S. .. .WflFranklin ..200 (Huron ..riiu Keararge .. S'l'JiO-CCOll ,. 76'.iO,nliicv- ..7.1 jSantaFe Copper... . IS . Vi . US' . X8h: .110 . Ml , 18 raimracK . ..155 I.ltt.Kock A Ft. 3. 7s lOVistn Diego Land Co. 18 Mer.Ccn. bond scrip 34s, -ST S- K. X- t - . , n . West Kurt Land Co.. 21!f. Hell Telephone 200 Lamson stores...... 17 Centennial Mln 11 -.- x ,v ... jiijc. ,a..iirt Wis, Cent'l com la Allouez M. Co.fncwl as: I -rwiaijltt ..... ....... !.' N. E.T.4T 50 jtosroa ic .vioni jt, Calumet i llicla....-.250 tiutte Boston cop. lii Pliiladelphla Stocks. Closing nuotattnsof Philadelphia stocks, fur nished by V, hltuey A Stephenson, brokers Xo. 57 Fourth avenue, members New York Stock Kx- cnaugc: Bid. Asked. Pennsylvania Ballroad 30 SO'J Reading 1111-16 10 Buffalo, New York and Phlladera. 7'i .... Lehigh Valley 40', 47 Northern Pacific 24V 21 Xorthem Pntlllc preferred 65 BAi Lehigh Navigation 46;$ 47 Philadelphia and Krlc 2!l .... Cash. Electric Stocks. Boston", .Time IB. L'lectric stock quotations here to-day w ere: ma. Asked. 50 63'i 44 00 25 W 12 25 13 21 60 00 Eastern Electric Cable Co., pfd,... Thomson-Houston Electric Co 4121 Thomson-Houston Electric Co.. pld.2.1 50 Ft. Wayne Electric Co 12 00 WcstlnghoilM; Electric Co 12 S7 European Welding Co Mining Stock Quotations. Xew York, .Time 16. Alice, 1C0; Adams Consolidated, 15; Deadwood, 110; Eureka Consolidated, 350; Homestnke, lOCOjIIorn Sil ver, 335; Iron Sliver, 107: Ontano, 30; Ply mouth, 300: Sierra Nevada, 21:); Union Con solidated, 200; Yellow Jacket, 20J. Coffee Markets. OniEAxs, Juno IB. Coffee dull nnd Xew low cr. HALTinior.i", Juno 16. Coffee dull:'Kio car goes, fair, 19c: X'o. 7, 17KC- Xew York, Juno 16. Coffee options opened steady. S to 25 points advance: closed steady, 10 to 2.1 points up; nle, 56,500 bugs, including June, IS 50: Julv, lS.10ifS16.ri; August, -15.15 15 CO; September, 15.0515.10: October, 14.5., 14.65; Xovenibcr, 14.10; December, 13.0014.0u; January. 13 80; Mnrcb, 13.?5gl3 90. Spot Kio miii'anu nominal; lair cargoes, rj.oo: xo. 7, itc. v Whisky Markets. ST. Locis S,tcady at $1 16. Xew Oiileane Unchanged. Peohia Firm: wines, $1 17; spirits, $1 19. Chicago Distillers' finished goods per gal lon, $1 16. CiNcis-fATi Quiet: sales 567 bbls., finished goods on a basis oi $1 16. To Dispel Colds, Headaches, and fevers, to cleanse the sys tem effectually, et gently, when costlvo or biliou-,, or when the blood is impure or slug gish, to permanently cure habitual constipa tion, to awaken the kidneys and liver to n healthy activity, w ithout Irritating or weak ening them, use Syrup of Figs. Another Old Soldier JIado Happy. During three years of the late war I was a member of Company I, One Hundred and Forty-ninthltesiment, Pennsylvania Volun teers, or Second Bucklails. In the second year of service I contracted chronic diur rhoea, w hich has clung to me ever since, and in addition to this I wns shot; through the body near the small of my back (in the tat tle of the "Wilderness"). . One of the lasting effects of this wound is such that during attack's of diarrhoea I have no retaining powers over the movements of my bowels. I have used many remedies, but up to Au gust, 1889, 1 had supposed that there was no remedv that would quite reach my case, but since then myself nnd my family have thoroughly tested Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and have found it to be by far the best reniedy we have ever used for bowel complaint, and without any hesitation whatever, I cheer fully recommend it to my friends and old army' comrades". I value "it more than its weight in gold. 'J. K. jIcIntike, Wbu Cora, Huntingdon comity, l'a. A Wonderful Suit Sale, "We have concluded to extend this wonder ful ?C men's suit sale for one more day. It was utterly impossible to wait upon every customer yesterday. We really were not nrrtnn- i . t . u iv' :u i prepared lor such a great rush, vie will, tnerctore, oiler to-day 400 more 01 tnosc elegant cheviot suits in six different pat terns, cut either in sack or three-button cut away frock for the. ridiculous low price of to per suit; sizes run from 3d to , breast measure, 'Everybody ean befitted. PVC. C. C, Pittsburg Combination Cloth ing Company, corner Grant and Diamond streets. MELONS TO THE FEONT. The First Cantaloupes and Water melons of the Season Arrive. SOUTHERN VEGETABLES GO SLOW. Ohio Cheese 'Drifts Downward, but the "Sew Tork Article Is Steady. CORN AND OATS RULE WEAJtAND LOWER Office of PiTTsnrno Dispatch, ) Tcesday, Julie lti. Cocntbt PnoDCCE (Jobbing ,Pricc3) Tho first melons of tho season wero to tlie front to-day, and arc added to our list. Southern strawberries were a drug, and home-raised were in active demand at out side quotations. Itaspbcrriei nro in fair supply, and by another week will supplant straw berries. Tho old potato is nearly at the end of its career for this season. Good stock is firm at quotations. Xew Tcnnesseo rose potatoes will be duo this week. South ern vegetables, outsido of potatoes, are slow anddull. There is very little demand for peas and price hnvc declined, as quotations w ill rov enl. At the Klgln 'Monday meeting last week' prices of creamery wero reaf firmed, but markets wero actlv e and firm at the old price. Ohio cheoso is weak anil lower, and Now-York cheoso steady. Ohio river eggs aro still coming in freely nnd aro of doubtful freshness. A perfectly lollablo quality of hen fruit is in demand at outsido quotation?. The hot weather has boosted lemons, and protpects are for a $7 market beforo many days. Arn.ES New, l Kpcrlialf-nhshPl haskct. BLTTEit Crcanicrv. Elgin. 2122c: Ohio brands, lC(gl8c: common country butter, 12c; choice coun trv rolls. 15c. Bkan Navy. 2 302 35; marrows, 2502K; Lima beans, 5Vff.Ge. . BhiiaiES btr iwliorrlcs, 7l??t:e a quart: $2 00r32 21 aerate; cherries, 710ca ho-; gooseberries. 2 00 a htikhcl; raspberries, 1315c a box; liueklcberrles, 18 IV. BI'.esvvat 303tefi lb for choice; low grade, 22 2V CIDFK y md refined. $") .VWJO 00: common, 5.flra) G CO; enh elder. t!2 0013 00 barrel: elder vine gar. 1-tfl lie gallon. Ciiei.se Ohio cjieesc, new, SgS'ic: Xew York cheese, new, ilfff'ljnc; Ltmbnrger, 12Trfl3c; tlomestlc Swcltzer, 10c; 'Wisconsin brick Swcltzer, 12'.c; Im ported Swrltzcr, 27Ms2Sc. Ecus 1717'i!e for strictly fresh ncariiv stock; Southern and Western cgg, lBffllOMc: duck eggs, 20r22c. pKATIIEns Extra lite gc-sc. oOSGOc; Xo. 1, 40 45c; mixed lots. 30(5.Tic $ tt. IIOXEV New cron wlilip clover, lS20c ? lb; California honey, 121.1c j lb. Maplb SYKrr SkSixv V gillon. , 3Ifcl.o.NS-Cantalouics, ?3 004 00 a crate; watcr int'lon, 31c apiece. VlArLE S3UOAR 10c ? lb. I'tlfLTKY Allv e Chickens, 6OS70c a pair; sprlnjr ehlekcus, 50riWi.1c n nalr. Dres-td Turkevs, ICc ri lb: duck, 12litl3ci tb;clilckens,liSHc? lb;sprlng chickens, 18(ii 22c tl lt. TU.1.0W Countrv, 4'Cc; city rendered. S'(c. Seei- Recleanen AVcsteni clover. SI 00JW 20; timothv. ft 50; blue grass. ?3 50: tirchard grass, ?1 71: liilllet, l 00: law n grass. 20c lb. Tnni'icu, FllCITS Lemons, $.1 OOfflo 30; finer, fi 50ffl 00: .Vtisslna oranges, J1 001M 25 a iKtt: Cali fornia oranges. S4 o0r?o (O a box; apricots. $1 00 a box; bananas. S2 .10 firsts, St 50 gotwi seconds, bunch; figs. 1X320.- tt lb: dates, affile rl lb; plat apples, Jlo oOfali 00 a hundred: sugar loif pine apphs, pa 00 per hundred: CallloruU cherries, 2 50 2 75 hot. Veolt ihle Potatocs,l 75t 80 ?( bushel; cab bage, SI 5ora2O0aharrcI:liccts. ,1c a dorcn; aspar agus, 35c to 50c a dorcn; Bermuda onions, ?2 00 a bushel; Bermuda otatoes s6 50f7 (O tl barrel; Nnithcrn potatoes, 5 J0 50 rl bushel; tomatoes, fl CO 1 25 for small Ihix. 2 7-VS3 25 a bushel; let tuce, 50c a doen: radishes, 1j(S20c a dozen: rhn barh, SW.mc a dozen; cucumhers. WffiliOc a dozen, onions, l!5f(i20c a dozen; iHas. $1 00 per half-barrel basket: wax beans, 52 502 75; green beans, 51 50 : 00 a box. Groceries. Dealcr-t nllowed yesterday's quotations to stand in grocer" lines. Cueex Coffee Fancv, 2ltfT23c: choice Bio. 22'5 fSZl'r: prime Kin, "2c: low grade Itlo. 3yS21Sc; old Gov eminent Java. 2!X5'30f: Mararalbo, 25StV27c: Jlocha. 2a31c: Sintti. 21li(3V25,lc: Caracas, ahi Jic; La (fiiavra, 2"i2fi'ic. H0ASTEI1 (111 paper-.) Mandarcl brands, 25ct high grades, aiMSSOo; oM (Jovernincnt Java. bulk. 31 31'c; JIaracalbo. 27'-iff2IMc; banto,, 25"e20'rc: ptalMTry, 30c: chob-elJIo, 25Ur: prliuuBio, 24,'jc; good Bio, 23,c: ortllnarr, 21(3 22c. Sricts (whole) Cloves, lijjlhc: allspice, 10c; cassia, sc; pt'ppcr, 13c: nutmeg, 7VaJ80c. PKTUOLEt'M (Johliers' prltcs) 110 test, fiifc: Ohio. 120, 7iC: headlight, 150. 7)ic; water white. 9aasc: globe, 1414'ic: claliic, 15c; camatlluc, lie; rovallnc, 14c: red oil, 10Hllc; purity, lie; olelne, 14c. Mijters' OIL Xo. 1 water stained. 42311c per gallon: summer, 31(37c: tard oil, .V.Sc. s nc PCttrn syrup. 3a33c: choice sugar syrup, 37ri'3Dc; prime bi'gar syrup, 3431c; strictly prime, 35337r. N. 1). 3IOL vssEe Fancy, new crop. 45c; choice, sfS-tlc! medium, SfVOc; mixed. 3"338r. sJoda Bl-carl). In ktgs, 3'iffi3Tic: hl-carh. In Ks. 5v4c; bl-carb., assortetf packages, 5vj0c; sal soda In kegs, 14C: do granulated. 2c. Camiles Star, full weight, 9c; stearlnc, per set, 8,'sc; parattlnc, ll(S12c. lilCfc Head Carolina. VAHV-i! choice, G'-gflJfc; prime, 6(Ki!Vc ; Louisiana, SiiOwc. OTAKCll Pearl, 4c; corn starch, CgOc; gloss starch. 6fffi7c. Fokmi.v Fri'its Layer raisins, S2 25: London 1.1 ers. ?2 .10; Mllscatls,?l 71; California MUMatcls, Jt Ii0l 75; Valencia. .I'IS-jVjc: Ondarn Valencia, 6i f?7c; sultani, 10(JTt1c; currants, 5J4(?.1V; Turke) priuics, 71ittc; Trcneh prunes, 'JigiOkc; Salonk-.i jiruncs. in 2-ft) packages, 9c: cocoaiims, 1 100. fa; nhnonds. Lau., lb, 29c: do lvlci. 17c: do shelled, 40c; walnuts, nap.. 1314c; sicllv lllbcrts, 12c; S'nt rn.i ilt.. la'fflli.r netr ilntcs. .1lJritc. ItitYll mit 10c; jm""im. 1421fic: citron, i tb, 1718c; moiVfJ pcei, ic ft lo;orunfccpcei, ic. DitlLD Flit its Applc, slieeil, 1 lb, lie; apples, evaporateil, WfJUc: peaches, evaporated, pared, 2021c; peaches, California, evaporated, linpared. lJTijUBcsihcrrlco. pitted, 21c: cherries, unplttitl, 8c: riapbcrries, cvamrated, 23(524c; blackberricb, 61 .7c; hiu-klcherrles, Sc. cloaks Cubes, 4'4c; powdered, Vic: gnniilated, 4'4f; confectioners' A, 4)0c; soil white, sf-t'ac; jellow. choice. 31t(ff3Toc;3ellow,Bood,33v4C. jt.. Iot , fair, 3'f (3Hc. PICKLI s Meilliim, bbls (1,200), 0 73: mctllum. li.ilfbbls(OOO). ?3S0. a vlt-No. 1. pi bb!. $1 00; No. 1 extra. 13 bid, SI 10: dilry. 't bhl. 8120; coarse crvtal. hid. it 3J: Hlggin-' i:urcka. 4-I111 sacks, 2S0; Iligglns' Eureka, 1(1 14-lb paekets. ft 00. 1'vnm.d (ioons Mandanl peaches, 2 .WM 65: 2mls. a 152 50: etra peaches, ?2 HX32 70: t,Ic iM-aelics, SI h.V31t 70; finest com, si .Tlffl'SO; lliil. Co. com. 1 OOgl 11: red cherries. 1 3.W1 40: Lima beans. 1 35; soaketl tlo, bOc: string 1I0, 7(K?0c; inarronfat peas 1 I05?l 25: soal.etl peas. r.va75c; plntapples, Jl 501 60: Bahama do, 1 .15; tl nnson plums, 1 10; greengages, ;i 50: egg plums, f2 80; California apricots, 2 002 30; Calironila jieai, 2 40,2 60 do greengages, 81 IK); do egg plums, $1 'in; extra white cherries. 2 65; raspber ries. $1 SiI 45; strawberries, SI 3f(31 40: goose berries. SI 10ai 15; tomatoes, !)3cfl CO; salmon, 1-tb, Jl 30g'lW:hlickbcrric, 00c; snccotasii. 2-lb cms, soaked. 90c: do green. 2-F6 cans, fl 25$?1 50: corn beef, 2-lb cms, $2 20J62 21; 1-lb cans, Jl jo; baked licans, H "Ofjl 50; lobster, 1-lb cans, 2 25: mackerel. 1-lb can, broiled, f 1 50; sardines, do mestic, K. 40ffi4 50; ,'s, p 00; sanllucs. Im ported, Ms. $11 50IS12 SO: sardines. Imported, s, sis 00; sardines, mustard, 4 50; sardines, spiced, 4 25. FISH Extra No. 1 bloater mackerel. s2DCnahhlr V extra No. 1 tlo mess, 32s 50; extra No. 1 mackerel. snore, sh w; .vo. s snore mackerel, ?J3 00: large 3. .0 00. Codli-.Ii lAhole pollock, 5c Q lb: uo medium, George's cod, 5c; do large. 7c; boneless bakes, In strip, 5c: George's cod. In blocks, 6l& 7fic. Herring Bound shore, M 50 r bhl; splltt SO .10; lake, U 25 9 100-lb bhl. White flsli. 7 m j 100-lt) h ill' 1)1)1. Lake trout, ?5 flu half hbl. ! in liauhaddlis, 10c t lb. lcel tnd halibut, Uc t tt. Pickerel, half hbl, 4 CO; quarter bhl, $1 CO. Hol land herring, 75c. Walkoti herring, 90c. OATMEAL ?7 507 75 ft bbl. Grain, Flour antl Feed. There w ere no sales on call at the Grain Exchange to-day, notwithstanding the fact tint liberal concessions were proposed by sellers of com and oats. Our quotations are again reduced In both these lines. The favor able crop prospects have of late crushed any hopes of an upward turn which were cher ished by operators whose interests were in that direction. Receipts as bulletined wero light, and w ero as follows: By Pittsburg, Ft. AVayno nnd Chicago Railway, 1 car of rye, 3 ot hav, 1 of oats, 2 ot flour. By Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis, 1 car ot w heat, 1 of bran, 3 of hay, 2 of oats, 1 of corn. Total, 15 cars. Wheat-No. 2 red. ?t O0?l 07: Xo. 3. ?1 02i C3. fouv No. 1 jellow shell, bHS.57c: No. 2 yellow shell, "iwaxie: high mixed. MS5c; mixed shell, OlffljSc; So. 2 vehow ear. 6O70v;; high mixed car, 63601 ; mixed car. 6(V367c. Oats-No. 1. 47(15-4:; No. 2 white. 47i5H7,'ic; extra. Xo. 3. 48'.3)l7c; mixed oats, 4Mjjg'jc. BYE No. 1 Pennsylvania and Michigan. 93c fl 00;No. 1 Western. s5Mc. FLOUIt Jobbing prices Fancy spring and win ter p itent flour. $0 OOgfi 25; fancy straight winter. H 5C5 71: fancv straight spring, 50,35 73; Cle-ir winter. ?o 2Vffi.1 50; .straight. XXXX bakers', 5 2VH 5 50. Hvo Hour, $4 75 00. Buckwheat flour, 1 2Kclb. JIlLLFtED No. 1 white middlings. 25 OOig.25 60 ft ton; No. 2 white middlings, 23 0023 50; brown middlings, 1S 0018 50; whiter w heat brau, 17 00 17 50. HAY-Biled timothy, choice. SI2 0012 50: No. 1, tl 2TKH 50; No. 2 do. t Cttal 50; loose rrom wagon, 12 iw;.1 uo, according toqualltv:Xo.2pralric hay, " firtta 50: packing tlo. ?s ouas if. hTiiAW Oats, jaO0 25; wheat and rye, 7 50 7 7T Provisions. Sugar cured hams, large ugarcured hams, nietibnn bugtrcuicd hams, small hug ir cured California hams bUKarcurtd b. lucou. ....$ 10' ios lil 7,'a 'J II 11 t'A J cv .4 12 hugarciiriilsklnn.'dhiins, lirgc, isugarciirctisKinncii iiaiiis, lueuuuii,, sugar cared shouldeis sjlltrar euritl boneless shoulders .. sjugar cured skinned shoulders... feiiKur cured bacon shoulders Sugir cured dry salt shoulders.... .Hngarcurcdd. beef rounds Sugar cured d. beef sets Sugar, cured d. beef flats Bacon clear sides, Bacon clear bc!llc3 Dry salt clear sides, 10-Ib ave'g... Mess pork, heavy Mess pork, family 11 7 I 7; 13 00 1300 refined, refined, refined, .refined, refined, refined, refined, re lined. In tierces lnliairharrcls.... luin-iMuis In 20-lb nalb , In50-lb tin cans., In .T-m tin palls.., In 5-lt tin palls... In 10-lb pails 6 V4 7 - Wool. Philadelphia Wool market qniet and nominal. X'ew York Wool qirlct and weak: domes tic fleece at 3237c; pulled at 1619c; Texas at 1724c. St. Louis Wool Receipts, 544,7-2 pounds; market dull and easy on most kinds of stock and tending lower. 'Offerings are increasing, decline is prevented only by unfilled order.- for limited amount of wool. . Price of Bar Silver. 'SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISPATCH.l Xew York, June If!. Bar silvcrjn London, 44 0-16d per ounce; Xew Yoik dealers' price for silver li7,J98c per ounce. LATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Tho flow pf lava from Jit. Yesuvlni has ceased. . Both exports and imports are decreasing in Frnnce. r , -. Earthquake shocks still continue in Xorthernltaly. President Fonesca lias opened tho Bra zilian Parliament. The Swiss Bimdersrath proposes a gen eral amnesty to the Ticitfb insurgents'. A State examination of tho Xew York Life Insurance Company will be made. Mexico U still paying pensions to heir3 of the old Aztec monarcn, jlontcznma II. Chilean interest in the World'-. Fair is mid to be deep, despite the troubles at homo. " Tho steamer Labrador, from Colon, is in quarantine at Bordeaux with yellow fever on board. Locusts have driven natives ont of tho Sahara legion, find the refugees threaten to raid Tunis. English Liberal leaders will co-operuto with the Government to hasten the proroga tion of Parliament. The census of England and Wales shows a population of 20.000.000. an increase of 3,000,- 000 iu the last decade. The Chinese Emperor has issued an edict ordering tho beheading of all persons Im plicated in the recent riots. Fall River" (Mass.) mill managera con template catting down tho wages of their 22,C0Q operatives 10 per cent. Tho largo new whnleback steamer, Jo seph L. Colby, bound from Duluth to Xew York, will. -hoot the St. Law fence rapids. Tho Primitive) Methodist Conference in session at 'Northampton, England., ha-s passed a resolution censuring the Prince of Wales. Exr-Congresiman George. Republican can didate for mayor of Portland, Ore., wns de feated by tho citizens' candidate, W. S. Mason. , When the.orchcstm played "Goel Bless the Prince Of Wales" timing Stanley's lec ture at Carnarvon, England, tho audience hissed. Gcorgo Lang's distillery in CalLttaga, Cal., and hU whole-tale store in San Fran cisco havo been seized for violation of the revenue laws. The Port Huron end of the big tunnel has caved in. Tho engine house went dow n in the wreck It M ill tako two months to re pair the damage. Michael Ilicki-Beach thinks the passage of si law- by Parliament to exclude KimMaii Hebrews from England would he imitated by the United States. A conflict has arisen between the French Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, tho later insisting that the reduction of cereal duties shall not go into effect until August. The Connecticut society has taken formal possession of the building that was the office nnd executive seat of tho original '.'Brother Jonathan" Governor Trumbull, of Revo lutionary fame. General Chipmnn,ot California, who was nominated hv tlie World's Fair directory in place of Mr. Maxwell as chief of the Horti cultural Department, was also rejected by tlie Boaid of Control. ' Sir William Whitcway and Mr. Harvey, tho Newfoundland delegates after having several vitlstactory Interviews with M. Ribot, French Foreign .Minister, in Paris, have gone to Switzerland. The Frencli Chamber of Deputies has voted approval of a duty of 3 francs on maize, with a provision for the temporary admission of thegraln freo If tobouseiliu the manufacture 'of alcohol for export. Rov. Frank D. Lee, in Fairfax county, in a spell of temporary aberration of mind on Monday, put an end to the life of his only son, aged 9 years, to w horn ho was dev otedly attached, and then committed suicide with a pistol. Yonkers police discovered in nn ico house near town 8,000 pounds of dynamite 'enough to blow up the city. It is supposed the leasers of the building, J. B. Seawell & Co , have been carrying on a contraband traffic. Tho British resident on the Cook Islands has Induced the natives to federate and elect representatives, who will meet shortly at Raratonga, the chief of the-e islands, in order to frame identical laws for the whole group. The hearing of Miss Gladys .Evelyn's appeal from the judgment pionoimced against her in the suit brought against Mr, ia illiam JJenry. Hurlburt, and asking font new trial, has been postponed until the end of the present week. It is rumored that Dr. Verdi, of Washing ton, an Italian citizen of this country, who gained nortoriety by a recent interview in which he denounced the X'ew Orleans vigil lantes, is about to lie knighted with the title of chevalier by King Humbert Warner Miller, President of the Xlcar agua Canal Company, denies the charges of extravagance made against the officers of thocompanvby B.C. Knight, at X'ew York. Presidont Miller sa.vs that Knight is a dis charged employe, anil is not a stockholder In the company. Secretary Foster has telegraphed the President's proclamation to the Commander of the Revenue Cutter Corwin, giving him detailed order for tlie capture of any sealers taking skins in Bering &ea contrary to tho agreement signed with Great Britain. Orders for other commanders wero also sent. The Bragg Manufacturing Company, of California, has begun suits for over $150,000 damages against the cities of Xew York and Brooklyn for alleged Infringement of the release device patent obtained by Robert Bragg, an old San Francisco fireman, in 1MB. Bragg has already secured damages from many oilier cities. A cloudburst at Xcwmanvillo, Tcnn., con verted si small creek Into n raging torrent 10) yard vide. and swept away the .store, post office, dwelling nnd outhouses ofT. X. King. An iron Mfe weighing 1500 pounds wns car ried a quarter of a mile. A number of other houses w ere carried aw ay, and all cropsalong the stream were destroyed. State Controller Colgan, of Cnllfomia.has announced that he refuses to sign tho war rants granting $riCO,000 to the World's Fair Commission for the stato exhibit. He bases his action on the provision of the State Con stitution which says that no money shall bo appropriated for the benefit of any institu tion not under the exclusive control or the State. " A manlfosto issued by the Central Lib eral Association, in reply to a letter from 3Ir. Chamberlain assei ting th it home rule had been eliminated from the tparty pro gram, nays that the propaeanda oi home Mile continues nncenmngly, and that hooks, pamphlets and Icaflots have been sent broadcast, pducattHg-votcrs how to establish an Iribli Legislature. JlJffln JVViX ,B Tho best and most economical "Stock" for Soups, Etc. Ono pound equals forty-five pounds of prime lean Beef. YOUR GROCER KEEPS IT. Book of receipts ehowlng use of ARMOUR'S EXTRACT In Soup3 and Sauces, sent free, on application to ARMOUR CO., Chicago. mT3-m-Mwp VIGOR OF MEN Easily, Quickly, Permanently RESTORED. WEAKNESS). NKBVOUSNESrf, DEBILITY, anrl all the train or evil", the rcsuIH or overwork, slekucss, worry, etc. Full strength, development, and time guaranteed livall case, biraptc, natural methods. Immediate Improvement seen. Failure Impossible. 2.000 references. Book, explanations and proofs mailed (scilcd) free. Address - ljBIMEDICAI.CO,U0ITAI'O,N.Y. jelOHS Lard, Lard, Lard, Lard, Lard, Lard, Lard, Lard, W2 A i tjr 3 J Si 3sm Extract of PppE I. H E s S BE CAREFUL ! A Bcro or an ulcer that resists ordi nary treatment is a very serious mat ter. It is either of a cancerous na ture, or it is the result of a very bad condition of the blood. Don't tam per with it. Take The Great Blood Eemedy and get rid of it. Don't delay. Rev. Jesso H. CampbelL of Colum bus, Ga., writes: "A woman with a cancerous ulcer of years' standing, and five inches in diameter, has been entirely relieved by 6 bottles of Swift's Specific. I consider its effects wonderful almost miraculous." This is the record ot Or, Oi 0 Books on Blood and Skin Diseases Free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. imOKEKS-FEVAXCIAE. Whitney & Stephenson, ' 57 Fourth Avenue. apCO-35 nrnnifc savixgsbaxk, I til lit U S1 'OUnTH AVENUE. Capital, $300,000. SurpIn$jl,G70 29. D. 3lcK. LLOYD. DWA1.D E-DUFy. I President. . A-st. Sec. Treas. r v;r cent interest allowed on time de posits. OC15-10-P Pittsburg, Allegheny and Manchester Traction Company 40-year 5 per cent bonds, free of tax, fof, sale at 103 and interest. FIDELITY TITLE 4 TRUST CO., 121 AXD 123 FOURTH AVEXUE. fcll-13-MWT John M. Oakley & Co,, BANKERS AND BROKERS. Stocks Bondi, Grain, Petroleum. Private wire to New York and Chicago. 13 SIXTH ST., Pittsburg. STKAMEKS AND KXCUKSIONS: T7"1HT STAR LINE For Quecnstown and Liverpool. Royal and United States .Mail Steamer. Majestic, June 17. Ipm 51ajrIlc,.J'y ll"a)pm (.crmanlc.Ju. 11.7:30a ra (iennjnlc. Julv St Ram "Teutonic. July 1.2 p m "Teutonic. JuIj-iJ. r.:3Dpm Britannic. Julv- X. 7am lirltannlcAujr. ". i. .im From White Star dock, foot of est Tenth Second cabin on theo steamers, saloon rates, $C0 and upward, faecond cabin, HO and. $43. Excursion tickets on favorable terms. Steerage, from or to the old countrv-, $20. White Star drafts payable on demand In, all the principal bank" throughout Great Britain. Apply to JOHN J. McCORMICK, 639 nnd 101 hinithlleld ,t., Pittsburg, or J. BRUCK ISM AY, General Agent, 23Broad vv ay. New York. Jet-D ANCHOR LINE. Steamers Leave Xew York Every Saturday For Glasgow via Londonderry. Itatcs for Silonn Passage llr S. S. CITY OF KOMK. t0 and nnwaril, accortlinpfto accommodation and location of room. Oilier Meamera of the Line 50 anil upward. Strond Cabin SM. htcrrage Jl. Passenger liooked at through rates to or from any city In (treat Ilrltaln or on the Continent. DraftH on London Sold at Lowest rates. Book of Information, touri and .ailing lists fur-. nUlii'd on annlicition to Asrenls. IIEXDEK-OX BHOTllKlts. 7 Howling reen, N. Y.. oeJ. MU'OI'MICK". CEI amUOl Mnlthdfld .; A. DbCOl'F.K . 415 bmlthflcW St.. Pitts burg: P. 31. SLMPLE. 110 Federal St.. Allegheny. apii-41-MWF .X-Xi-ZST X-IZESTIE ItOYAL 3IAIL STEAMSHIPS, Glasgow to Philadelphia. VIA DEURY and G ATAVAT. The most direct routs from Scotland and North and Middle of Irrlind. ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED. Intermediate. fJU. stecragr. 19. CTJTrl SEUVICKOF . . i-t v ALLAN LEXE LINE. I STEAMSHIPS. "KW YORK AND GLASGOW. via Londonderry, everv Fortnight. 2-ith.Iiine. STATE OF NEVADA. 11 A. M. Jtli July, sTATK OF N E1IK.VKA. 11:31 A. M. ZHJulr. STATE OF OEORIilA. 10 A. M. CABIN, fJ5 ami upwards. Return, $( and up ward, steerage. 19. Apply to J. J. 3ICCOKM1CK. CO smithfleld street, " l'ltistmrg. Jel2-D c UXARD TJXE-XEVT YORK AXD LIV ERPOOL. VIA Ol'EEX.sTOWX From Pier 40. Xorth riven Fast elnress mail ser vice. Anrania, June 20,3 r. 31.: fjal'.ia, Juno 21. "a.ji.; L'mbria, June 27, 9 A. M.: Servla, July 4. 4 v. v.; Bothnia, July 8, 7 a. m.: Et- ruriu, Julv II, 8:30 a. m.; Anrania, July W, 2.30 r. vr.; ciallia, Julv22,(i a. m. Cabin pasigo $C0 and upward: uill not carry steerage; according to location; intermediate, J35. Steerage tickets to and from all parts of Europe at very low rates. For freight anil passage apply to the company's office, 4 Bowling Green, Xew Yok. Vernon II. Itrown & Co., J. .1. JIcCORJIICK, 639 and 401 Smithfleld street, Pittsburg. JcI5-p MEDICAL. DOCTOR WHITTiER 814 PEXX AVEXUE, PITTSBURG, PA. As old residents know and back flies ot Pittsburg papers prove, is the oldest estab lished and most prominent physician In tho city, dovottng special attention to all chronlo Frre-NO FEE UNTIL CURED sponsiblo MCRni IQ and mental dls pcrsons. IMCn V UUO eases, physical de cay, nervous debility, lack of energy, ambi- tion and hope, impaired memory, disordered sight, self distrust, bashfnlness, dizziness, sleeplessness, pimples, eruptions, impover ished blood, failing powers, organic weak ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption, unfitting the person for business, society and marriage, permancntlv, safely and privately ?nuradnBL00D AND SKINSSSS eruptions, blotches, falling hair, bones, pains, glandular swellings, ulcerations of the tongue, month, throat, ulcers, old sores, are cured tor life, and blood poisons thoroughly eradicated from 1 1 DIM A DV kidney and the system. U n 1 1 H All I j bladder de rangements, weak back, gravel, catarrhal ' dicharges, inflammation and other painful symptoms receive searching treatment, prompt relief and real cures. Dr. Wliittier's life-long, extensive experi ence insures scientiflcaud reliable treatment -on common sense principles. Consultation free. Patients at a distance as carefully fc treated as If here. Office hours, 9 a. jr. to 3 p. v. Stindav. 10 a. m. to 1 r. si. only. DR. WHITTIER, 811 Penn avenue, Pittsburg, Pav Ja8-49-rauwk DOCTORS LAKE ' SPECIALISTS in all cases re quiring scientific and confi dential treatment. Dr. S. K. Lake. M.E.CP. S.. is the old est and most experienced spe cialist in tne viiy. wiiismuv Hon free and strictly conn- - dentfal. Office hours 3 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. .; Sundays, 2 to 4 r. M. Consult them person ally, or write. Doctors Lake, cor. Penn av. and 1th St., Pittsburg, Pa. Je3-72-Pwlc StuTerlo; from tho elTccti or yoatnfnl error, early decay, wasting weakness, lort manhood, eta. 1 Will BeOU aiaiUWiD UCl.UU ina-aii.- UMMiUUg full particulars for homo cure, PIIEF of charge. A splendid medical wort . ehoulrt no read oy every man who lr nervous and deHlltatcd. Address Prot- F- 'J- FOWLIiK, moodus, Conn. de2-81-D3uwk GRAY or rADEB HAH KSTtlCB to , youthful color and bemuty by . 2. HATS' HAIR HEALTH. Ke Tnovesdandruffandscilplinniors. hoes not et&in km or , linen. B-.t.-'e-.t,mortele.nlydressine. Druclt soe. IlitS'XILLtllllvSkllliraras. Wartt,lt.Xpla.lT-XTmt4 ' sold by JOS-FLEAllXCr & SONS, and drug- gists. znv23-c2-w oMia .1 i 3 i ri