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VERN - En, ries't
AND IRON CO.,
Bar Iron; -
Railroad Fish Balt% and Belts;
'Railroad Car. Axles Rolled;
Railroad Car Axles' Hammered;
Locomotive Frame Shapes;
Strifes; Straps; '
rtiotnn Acds. B'rists;
Office, No. 177 PENN STREET,
GRAFF,.OVEIfB & CO.,
Hoop and lieet Iron
Iron - Welded Trilees for Gas, Steam,
OIL WELL TUBING:
OffiCe, No. 93 Water St.,
KENSLNGTON. IRON WORKS.-
' LLOYD & ETAOK,
Best ConiniOn, Bettned, Charcoal
JITNIATN.r.BLOOM. II,O N -
MERCHANT DAL - ROUND and SQUARE IRON
HOOP, BAND, 'Band ANGLE. IRON:
BOILER PLATE and SHEET IRON.
MOWER AND REAPER BARS.
,CYLLNDER and GUARD or FINGER IRON.
ESMALL.T RAILS, 20 and 16 lbs. to the yard.
WROUGHT CHAIRS. and SPIKES for same.
FLAT RAILS, Punthed and Countersunk.
COAL SCREEN IRDN._
1, - AILS AND SPIkES.
Warehouse 'anti Office at the Works, GREEN . -
°UGH STREET, (a continuation of First street.)
*Whining the City Gass Works, r ittstfurglif
.:Pentisylvara — a , Iron Works'
Warehouse, 2i05.166 and 1037 'FIRST STREET,
opposite Monongahela Rouse,
S UET lELR STEEL WORKS.
SINGER, NIMES. & CO.,
MAN 13T A,C TURERS OF
BEST lIEFINEI); , CAST STEEL,.
Square, 'Flat and Ockagon, of till alzes
MILL, 311:LAT, GANGiAND CROS.4-Fla
' SAW PLATES '
ELLIPTIC ANT) SEMI-ELLIPTIC.
Cast and Germall Plow Steel,
PLOW WINGS AND MOWER BARS:
SPRINGS, AXLES and STEEL TIRE;
bICELEuSIIOWEL, HOE, RASP,
FORK, TUB. CALK and
OW BAR CAS S, Sc.,T STEEL;
Warehous —s e, — ad , Water Street, Plttslburgh„,
pirissinti6u STEEL WORKS.
ANDERSON, COOK & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS JONES; Barb & c 0.,)
• - •
itanufacturcre of the
REFINED CAST STEEL ,
SQI7ARE, FLAT and OCTAGON,_ofiall sizes; BAIN'
PLATES. HOE, FORK and SITEET CAST STEEL;
Fiesping and blowing' Machines,
Steel Plow Wings,
. , . .
Cast and Common Plow & Spring Steel.
onice,—Corner "FIRST AND ROSS STREETS, tore
blocks above Oeblonons..sliels House.
VrILLER, BARR & PARKIN. -
'M. METCALF, 1 'REUBEN MILLER,
GKO. W. BARR, .1 LIRAS. PARKIN.
Srroci.ki l'Airr.stm—S. M. BIER.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
Office, No. 38 Wood Street,
Iron and Steel. Works
COLEMAN, RAHM & -CO.,
Nails,.Springs, Axles, steel, Sic.
PMUE, BII4THER & ;4: Q.
MaaafaatnreFaßf all leacrlptlonaor
Otilce and iiareitinne, 10.1012204 SECtotrtiD
sind s lleawrlA L VI.UST STAI-brab .
raoN CITY; MILES:
ROGERS & BURCHFIELD,
Min,TA ;uld •
-Office and WarchOuse, No. 221 gAIIKET _ST..
LAKE SUPERIOR n
'"" .00PTER MILL' AND SMELTING WORKS, ...
. 1 • orrrialErinEwLE. , • '
I PARK, McCU'R'DY'et /d0.(1 i
ailuriattarere ir4 1 ilittierii;Leftiairrii..' and itiii
er, Prealed Copper Bottoms, Baited 8011 Bee- 1
. -opener solder.- Alon.:lnaPorterinAd PPOsts.
131.00 ST , P am; • '— 'vs
- special orders of Copper r ut is any desired pe.
- tern. , m7l4:o4:dwT
W. P. PORTS.% Sup't
CAST arltlu STEEL,
-; O 4T)mP:LAk.
ATL - AS WORKS,
MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS N. MILLER, President.
These Works are • among ..the largest &TIC most
complete establishments in te West, and are now
prepared to furnish . ,
Engines, of every description.
Boilers; 011 Tanks.
Sheet Iron Work
Bolling Mill Castings
NATIONAL FOUNDRY •
AND'PIPE -• W. ORKS.
Corner,Carroll and SinnMikan Streets,
- • ! (N INT 11. W ARM,)
• . Pl'6l*&l33T_TlLCvli, PA..
- ' WM, SMITH.
31421.urticiurer of .
- CA,ST IRON BOWL PIPE,
• FOR G,\S AND WATER WORKS.
317 Pipes arc all cast invariably. in Pits. In dry .
sand, andl2 feet lengths. Also, cull assortment of
General Castings for Gas and'lVater Works.
I would also call the attention of Supsrintendats
of Gas Works.to my make of RETORT: ,
Raving' secured a large rani and furnished It v; .- ith
the mo , i approved uncitfuery. we are prepared is
manufacture every description of BOILERS In ;Id!
CHAP.I.ES KNAP, President. • be=t manner, and warranted equal to any made 1p
J. M. IiNAP. Vice President.. 1 the country. Chimneys, Breeching. Fire Bed,
0. METCALF.. Sec's' and TreilVr. ' . h•tuam Pipe, I.ocumottve Boilers. Condensers. sliqt
J. K. 'WADE, Engineer. , Pans. TanUs, Oil Still., Agitators, Settling Paws,
J. K. KICAP, General Manager. i Boiler Iron. Bridges : sugar P i a , ns, and sole mand
• - • • - , facturer , of Illtrribill s I ateut 'oilers
DIRECTORS: ' Pepairin.• done ou the shortest uotic . e.
E . R. MURRAY., of Lyon. Shorb & Co. I . • ' ,
A. E. W, PAINTER, of J.' Painter &Sous..
'R OBERT LEA. .
C. B. "LIEItItON , of Spang, Chalfant .5: Co. •
THOS. S. BLAIR, of Shoenberger ..E, Co. •
W.M. METCALF, of Miller, Barr ..t Parkin. . MANUFACTURER OF
I- MANCFACTUAMS OF . ; .
Rollin' g Mill and Blast Machinery. ! Steam Enoines and Boilers,
RETORTS and CASTINGS. of every descslpt lon.
ERNEST'S NAIL MACHINES. fa-I
ROBINSON, RBA & Co.,
TRUKNAP.FORT. , Pfrf FOUNDRY CO,
Succor tO EOIIINON, MINIS .t MU.LERS,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, PITTSIURGH, i
Mannfactnrersnf Boat _and Stationary Steam En- i
F ines, Blast Engines, Mill' _Machinery. (tearing.. i JAMES M..RITER,
shafting, Casting , of all descriptions; 011 Tanks and
Stills. Boiler and, Sheet Iron. A% ork.
Office, No: 12, corner Ftri - t and Snaithdeld Streets. !
Agents foi GIFGAP.D'S PETENT INJ ECTOR Sor ;
feeding Ilc__________________l;lll.7o2 ,
nuott M. routr.
,HUGH M. BOLE & " CO,,
Fotuiders, Engine Builders and Machinists,
Make to order MARINE AND LAND ,ST EAM EN
GINES, of. all sizes. warranted to give satisfaction. 1
CASTINGS. of every 'description. made to order. ;
JAMES -NELSON. Opt k it. BOLE. Foreman. i ...................
Machine Shop: corner P01! , .71' ALLEY and DU- 1 --------
QUESNE WA 1 . :Foundry. Nos. 52 and 51 Third ! -.,
bTOVES CASTINGS, &C
street. . / ,
! COOIK. STOVES.
BL '4NC FOUNDRY.
.Butler Street, Ninth - if arcl;
(Opp o4lte 'Union Iron 31111.4.)
111111 and Bridge Castings,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
31.V.;IIINEET AND CASTINGS GENERALLT
Orders promptly and carefully executed.
Charges re:von - able.
EBBERT Sa MICIELIND.
Mee and Wardionse; 29 Wood • Street. I
Mantdacture and keep constantly on hand
Thimble, Skein and Pipe BONeS,
WAGON. BOXES, DOG IBONS,
SUGAR SETTLES, HOLLOW WARE,
JOIEL I II RONEY,
Carson St., Ninth Ward, near A.. V. IL IL
MEIER DIES, STEEL MOULDS,
• Bolling Mill and 3134111 an Castings generally'.
JOBBING WORK promptly attended to. Orders
.ollelted and carefully and satisfactorily executed.
AND ROLL WORKS,
e.BO Penn Street.
BOLL3LiN, BOYD & BAGILEY.
Chlllllolls..3llllCastings,:noll Lathes. dce.
Manufactory of STEAM ENGIN ES, of alt sizes
and of the ni_olt!ip_pro
. ed patterns, tor stationary_
o e • STE.A.MiIuvATS and . STEAM FERUY
fl u O r i.A. B 'A variety a f 10, 12 and 16 'torso power
ENGINES, which will be sold at !cry reduced
F'. GEISSE, 0.
Fifty miles beiose Pittsburgh,. ou the Ohlo Ayer, and
line of C. & P. R.
• " ra • N BROKERS.
spiuEt. M. WICBEILSBADI, •
. • •
124 First Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Agent for the sale of Cornrall, Donghamore, Joy
• saphine, Isabella. Duncannoth Stanhope, Glendora.,
-and other brands of Anthracite, Youghiogheny
001C0 and C. Charcoal .
- • PIO ' •
couligumelns and orders respectfully solicited.
JAMES B. JONES, .• • .
SCRAP IRON, LIMIT 'IRON
• Cast and wrought Iron; Rope, - &e.
Corner ANDERSON STREET - and RIVER 'AVE
NUE, Allegheny City. ,
. , .
ahritte Stoile )Yorks,
'NOraiweitcorner of West Comment, Allegheny.'
: - ...- .. irscorrir. 4.TVA.T ER &C O.
five on hand . or prepare on, short notice Reartb
and Step atones, for Sidewalks, lirewery
Vaults, &c. - Head and Tomb Stones, &c. . . •
- Orders promptly executed.. Prices reasonable.
• At#PUO4 stone s . q UarriVir: . ) ;
4Cf ci r
a T u Ti t t .e . Wgk r ftf- C '7-‘ • •
" J. mown,
Apollo, Arsistroak Or., Pa
i•trxs - g.ußpri__ i t
E FRIDAY, *pigs! 00;", 1868
FORT PITT ITARTI CAI7GrILEY tiz CO4
[BOILER STILL AND TANK BANKERS AND BROKERS,
CARROLL. & SNYDER,
TUBULAR. DOUTHAI-VLUED TUBUKAR, FIRE: ;
pox AND CYLINDER STEAM BOILERS.•
OIL 'STILLS AND . OIL TANKS.
CHIMNEYS. BREECHING AND ASH PANS.
'SETTLING- PANS. SAIT PANS AND CON-
DENSERS; . .
STEAM , PIPES, GASOMETERS - AND IRON
BRIDGES.; --3 • •
PRISON DOORS AND COAL SHIITES.
- - _
Ottice and Warehouse., corner Second
. Third, Short and Liberty Streets,
Ax Orders sent to, the above addressAVill
romntiv attended to. ri3h7:l
E. W. MORIL6W...!JAS. B. BARNHILL 111...kra.
MORROW, BARNRUL & CO.,
Steam Boilers; Oil Stills, Agitators,
TANKS, SALT PANS. GASOMETERS , 'WROUGHT
IRON BRIDGES:, SHEET IRON WORK, &c.
Coy. Mberty . aitd Second Sts.,
iTrTsrtvrto it, PA.
REPAIRING prornPify dotie.
Wlti. BXRNIIILL , & CO.,
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS.' 20. 22. 24 AND 26 PESN
AND DOCIVA. ENGINES.
'CASTING?: of all descriptions. made to order.
Corner,nt First and Ferry Streets,
IRON OIL TANKS,
SETTLINOPANS, PPE]: STEAM pivi:
FOR BIT.U.3II:SOC. COAL.
well as any other Stove in the Union.
. c~^-u''.~'-~~,x.,p~t~F;a-s~'it'- ~'s?~d' +""° - ~.s'.',S~aa '~e`l:~xvSJ~Xati'd~#3"l~'aS' ~'vt"~.
' PITTSBURGH , Pa,
Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street.
I'?"11.1:11 • rt:: MILL
~IIEET IRON WORK.
CET THE BEST.
TItIT~ISZ'I 3 ,
Warranted to • Cook, Bake or Roast as
BISSELL & CO.,
No. 235 Liberty Street.
IrAlso nu hand and fur wale.
GRATE FRONTS. FENDERS
COOKING RANGES, •c
- GREAT FAMILY CONVEIVI
A uew and uovel arrangeineut Ihr having
Hot Water, Boilers
Attached to the back end of :common Cook Stoves,
Oellatlllll7miTatbrlnnezeed"e-rIICIL h g n " o s r rm t s i r i x e a s tr o e v S
its. by passing the blaze directly throng., the tidier, 1 1
Willett sits over the pipe hole of the stove. This
new arrangement can 416 mann to any No. 7, 8 OC.,
9 common Cooking Stove. of any _nl Any
person having a TRIUMPH, virrony. BLACB.
OAK, BEAUTY or UNION STOVE, or almost any
other Cook Stove made In the Union, can have
ers attached to their Stoves, including the Attach-
I ment, the Boiler and Lids. and BUM Cock. for the
moderate cost of $7, by applying to
BISSELL & CO.,
No. 233 Ltberty Street, Pittsburgh
3iantifacturers of the TRIUMPH COOK STOVE.
CHEAPEST PLACE in t
TO BUT. TIM
TRIUMPH COOK!NC &TOVE,
Is at lit): 146 GRANT STREET., - .
NENV ,}LiRDWARE HOUSE.
'LINDSEY; STERRIT & EUWER,
;:btanufacturers and Importers of '
I-I AAR A. IR lE.;
..CUTLERY, &C. '
CORNER Or WAYNE,
One Square Below Distort Depot,
PITTSitURG II . -
air Agents fcrr,VAIRBANES' SCALES.
Vet: Tunnel & 'Chatitltni Ste.,
Gaii§niith and Dealer in Hardware.
"First eiies gOods of ell dejeCiptlons' always mit
bend and eold at the lowest prlceo, B4poirlug done
reseefultron nodyo,, , JeM34SO,
JEL 1011 .;
-oritelghls-Pd MeakM 9 9'
No. r9psira , ,
alittween Liberty and fury atroeis
Orders promptly attended to. apt:2s
Corner Third and Wood Streets,
PITTS - JECIMAGII,
(SUCCESSORS TO HANNA, MART C 0..)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
• '4 , 7.: 1 •
And particular attentiou paid to Id e pnrolisie autt
sale of •
eight Drafts on Loud
- N. HOLMES & SONS;
5,7 Market Streiet,
lAITTPIEVI3 I I3 II
Depositsreceived4n Par Funds and urrency.
Collections made on all the prinqipa points of the
United States and cianadas.
OFFICE OF . THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
;'. • Tuunsuay, M4rch 19, 1868.
Gold remained firm all day at about 138%
to 139%, and opened strong at that bid.
The pressuie for money was lesS felt early
in the day, but towards the close of bank
hours, sharp seven was paid for, gall
loans-and a commission besides. In con
seqnence, Government securities • were_
pressed on the market, and cloSed dull at a
decline of ; ;ii to . % per cent., with large of
ferings.. The:decline is, however, artificial,•
and,. at the lower rates the investment de=
.., • , ,
viand is increasing,. especially for Five
Twenties of 1864 , and 1865 (old) issue. At
the lower rates, with exchange at 1093 x,
(lone bonds Can again be shipped, slnce
quotations have advanced for 'United States
bondS in the European martetS.
, . ,
Stocks are firmer, and have recovered
froM the panicky condition existing a few
days: ago; the fight for the control of the
Railroads leading from'New York and con;
Reding with the ...great Pacific lines, haS
ended bythe defeat of •the monopoly seek
-1 ers, and Money may flow in its nSual Chan
nels at the' normal condition of. affairs.
In the Western, larger cities money is
i more in demand, and the manufacturing
N. 11.-This interests of Pennsylvania will require all ,
•• N Dank will pen for business between 1
the drst and fifteenth of April. In the room lately ,l.he money the banks are able to furnish at
occupied by A. cTlghe. deceased. as a Banking any Price. . 'Mannsactureis looked •• to in
Mouse., opposite the Cathedral issue of additional Natioual Bank currency
i AW The Steel Books Win remain open for, 14111 .-
as the .. hest means of reviving . their bust
tl ,..gp . t : t.n .. sii•rill i. .t i l l ! t a ii l.
s t , : r ig . . t. at the °dice of thesseere
tnl2.l_2 ness, next to abOlishin the manufacturers
I br ,. .F. , VSTONE S. : *VINGS 111ANIfk, tax, but it is likely that before any new
meastiresare adopted - by. Congres;. they
- : F will find it to their interest to resume ope
,_"_...' " ions be satisti with areasomble rotit
No. 209 Liberty Street, :. - t r i ai nc i l ina'ke Up ir.i economizing in . their P in:
ternal arragetne ts of the work-shops,
.- • utilizing 4 large )e • centage of the raw ma
'l-1-t4/31-71?:Gari'l'A. terial, and employ one but skillful work
men. - -
• THIS BANK wi Li. OPEN A
Mertz: •, , There has been a fair business done in
, -• ', I Oold, 13St‘; 1831 bonds, 110%; 1562-5-20 s, this class of ' stock during the past week;
GENEtA • BA.NICING BUSINESS 110 IM/4 d 6 - 107y 2 ; - 1305 do, 1.07%: Consols., though prices are without quotable change,
• ' 106.;: 1040 s, 1004; 7-aits, 105%. - rangiyig from 4N to 7c, gross, for inferior to
Cleveland & Pittsburgh R. R 901,. , prime. fat mutton Sheep. , Really, extra
AT THEIR NEW BANKING HOUSE. Fort Wayne 102'5-' Sheep, averaging" 100 pounds and upwards,
North Western+-common 63' fat and smooth, would doubtless have
Accounts of BANKS, :TANKERS and 31ER- North Western -preferred ................ 73% brought a half to three-quarters above the
CHANTS are invited. • • New York Central • 1V- outside quotation t h ree q
Collections made, on all points In the United 7154 ' Seller. Purchaser. . No. Price.
States and Canada. . • oElrd-ie.:so
utbern • • '891: Weary to Pideock 181 ,e 5 70
^ Ohio & Mississippi - ~ 30. Stahl to Pideock . . 35 450
Interest Allowed on Time DepOits: , Western Union Telegraph ' '33%; Isfelick to Pidcock • . 339. 550
.-- 1 Merchants Union Express 34;4. Voorhees to Pidcock 70; ,6 50
. , . -215 ,5 85
UNITED'STATES SECURITIES - BOUGHT AND SOLD. Corydon. - .... ... '-3,) -Casselman to Pidcock,'
. . _
1 Quartz Hill • 1 o's' J. Light to Pidcock ' • 156 -7 00
Quicksilver 2O Campbell to Pierce , 2 15 700
Cook& CO. to Pierce - - 176 • 600
-The New York Vibutte, of Wednesday,
• Glass, L. & Co. to Pierce 369 620
reports - the money market as follows :_ ' , Crowell to Pierce 145 650
- ' - - • 1 Money 'has • been .in sharp demand 32.5 537
Hedges &T. to Pierce' • 196 . 530
No. 69. Fourth Streeti • ' throughout the day. The stringency has Tifcart & Vto Pierce
. . • not been greater in stock eirelesi•.for years. Hedges &T. to Pierce .66 5.30
C H ART E.r.t.EID I'B 06: seven per cent. was the lowest tate named, end Lloyd 'Bl '• 530
stocks were turned at large 'differ- 'Mesr & to John Lloyd. 363 525
Interest pn.141 on 'rime Deposits . . and
enees for three days'- option. The demand John Ifels.'•ee to Co. ohn Lloyd - 183 . 5_62
ANY SUM RFAJA WED FROM , ho
:" continued until after the ' clse of bank •Wheastheafier to Vo'orhees 170 - 650
urs, when houses in good credit were un- Lochary to Voorhees 164- • ' 515
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD. le to.make up their accounts, and us high Swickard te Voorhees 172 - 6
DEPOSITS SUBJECT To CHECK. WITHOUT as V 4 ' per cent. was paidbeside the legal in- Adams & K..to Holcomb & qO;.. 141 700
terest for funds until to-morrow.: . Mclntire - to Holcomb & Hill ..... . 171 -'6 00
Discounts Daily at DI o'clOck. , The same paper also states that the Con- Cook &T. to Holcomb &EMU. 4 42 - 7 00 ..
' trailer of the Currency is' in thecity,to - hear Quick to Holcomb & Hill - 78 -- 6 . 25
Vie evidence about the Farmera' and Citi- Hason to HolcmulY &Co '74' 6 75
zons Bank of Brooklyn, Which was closed a Wartman to Holcemb & Hi 11.... 175 „ 6_30
short time ago for not keeping up
C o green- , S.niith &. T. to Holcomb &Hi 11... 255 687
back reserve. By special act of ongress. Miller to,Holcotith & Hill 44 637
the bank 'exiiiiibt-be.reopened except it shall L . , -i - mooT. :.• '
Noduce proof satisfactory to the Controller • The Hog market is' firm, and with light
. ,• --- , that thetnterests of. the public will be fully arrivals and a g Oodshippingdernand , pric es
Stockholders to whom we make reference: • protected', and that= the depositors-of the are pretty well ;maintained, ranging - fro
Wm. Forsethe. - , Joseph Dilworth.
Wm. Cald:vell, ,• . Rev. David Kerr. will 'be.. - peid in- Tull on demand. To ex- B:,t4c to 10,me, for common tb prime heavy
WIIIIS Mizell. I Henry Lambert, • amino and decide on the evidence laid bel averages. • The reportedeles were as fob.
D tc. C;lildwell. A.M. Brown. fore him on these points, Mr, Hulbnrd is lows : ,
•E. M. Fulton. •- Thlnas Ewing. I
.--- -- ------.--- ------- , 4 -- . ----------------- here to-day: The d.ecision, with the evi- Seller, ' Purchaser, No. Price.
deuce; will, we trust, be promptly pub- F. M. Berry hill tol3ideoek 82 e 8 75
• - lished. . . A. Meeks &_Co. to Pidcock.. .... .. 78
.; .8 - 75'
4 00K.:fi.1, KR . ' • li '
-4T e Philadelphia Ledger of Wednesday • Messenger Co to Pideock SO
41i% says:. The demand for money keeps up Glass,l. &o Pideclek ' 139 . 860
pretty well, and is not Jikely to become GlasaL. & Co. to . Pideock ! 148. 866
• Ce more easy until - after the April quarterly Hedges itTaYlor toPideock '
4 4e . • BANKERS 52 850
• --•'---- , statements of the banks • have been made Hedges & Taylor to:Pulcoek ,37S 05
ails rule at 6to 7 per cent. on A. N.. Quick to Pidcock • . - 60
• ESTABLISHED IN 1837.. c l gilaterals. and not Withstanding 9 4 S
- ' ,s' r ° ftt u ne t P . rblil C :le l k t d i e l discount liberally for their cus- 'Hedges & Taylor to E. Smith 1... 80 880
0 • --..--.---- • -.
_.,, I likkli) fi . Hedges Taylor to E Smith 70 •9 00
141. , 35 SOOT ii,lll. . ! tomers - at bank rates, •so•me considerable Hedges & Taylorto E, Smith.- 99 860
.' ' amount of commereial paper is offering at Hedges &Taylorlo E, Smith.... 82 850
PHILADELPHIA, - .
DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES I
ito 8 per cent.' per annum discount. and. Hedges & Taylor to E. Smith.... 146 . 850
onscollanebus paperet 10 to' 12 per cent. .Hedges it Taylor to E. Smith... 16 .. 837
Glass, L. &•Co. to E. Smith" . 123 i 890
7 3-10 s Converted bite 5-20. PITTSBURGII_VETROLEKM 111A1HT.
Glass, L L .. - t & t, Co S sini mit t n h .
,9 8 0 4 0 0
- . . - Glass, L. & Co. to E. Smith _, -160 '8 40
- • " gTOGIS - AND QOM - .:: ‘, Glass L. & Co. to E. Smith .5- 8 62
• WM:Coulter to M. G. &Co - -,' ' 'lO 900
Bought and r d on commission, here. and I.:. New
York. TIM TAPER NEGOTIATED. L Foos & Wilson to M. G.,& C 0.... ;31 850
NT ER cs, ALLOWED ON DEPOSI TS OF GOLD Foos & Wilsoitto M. G. t:; Co. 74 815
AND CURRENCY. Accounts ofsßanks andlianks• Foos & N‘rilson to M. G. & Co-.. 42 9, 00
ern received on favorable terms. •
I.F.HIGII '[COAL AND NAN't GATION FIRST Dripps; S. .t Co. to'M. G. S. C 0... 24 875
MORTGAGE' RAILROAD . 3s- FOR
SALE/ Also, J. Si . Evans to M. 'G,,& Co 74 8, '75
the NEW LEHIGH. GOLD LOAN. These Loans
arc both free fo
nd 9 and U. S. taxes, and are
M. G. & Co. to Enterick &, - Co "-- 65 .if 75
the cheapest Bonds of thelr class at present on the littllighld' it Co. to Enteriek &Co 100 10 24
'maret. • . Glass, L. &Co, to Singer 41m.. - . - 108 40.72
ALL CLASSES OF SECURITIES \ TAKEN . .IN
EXCHANGE AT MARKET „RATES.. • . M. G. & Co. to Singer & I'm ' 111 , 10 , 50
fe24:188 , 1
l. I M. G. A Co. to Singer &1m...._:,. 91 10 . 45
.I.T.A. . ~ . . .. , , - .
VriECILINICSP_SAVINGS-Bllllllli. Hedges & T. 1,6 Singer & 1ni......_ 57 10'50
Scott & Martln to-Singer & 1m... 93 .. 10 37
Montgomery to Singer - Alm- L ..: 717 - 975
Glaiui& L. to Dripm & C0..., - .. .. . 111 , 10 62
L. H. rnillips to Dr;pps & C 0.... - 97 :411,65 '
Hedges&T. to Dripps tic-Co -- 133 5:.9 40
Messenger & lt Co.to Dripps - Cq . 9 10 50
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities
BOCGUT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Particular attention paid to the :purchase And
. United. States Seearities, -
INcEzniNG U. do do 5- S. SitiS OF 1881;
FIVES 10-403. • '
L. 8. CETITIiICATES OF INDEBETEUSESS.,
Ordets and Vouchers bought or collected..
ITT BANK, •
No. 112 Fifth Street,.Piftsburgh, Pa.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE..
INTF.REST' PAID OS Er6-,lTs..
Foreign txebange bought and cold., and when de
tared rrtnltted to I..urope.
Colleetion , math on Alt the,prlncllial points of the
•Uultcd State. and Canada.
JAME MCCAMF.: ! JOHN 3ICKEOWN,
TEMENCI: I.'AMNIF.t.L.. • ! THO. ItIM:M}CE.
J AR. SAVAI.II., • l'ltTnicx KANE,.
JOU"( C. BAUM
tll AR. 11. 11.k1(1:, WM. H. HEEL.
P. !..0 BRIEN, J. Dzysl..x.rv.: Ju..
n• liixse.N.! •
J. C. BARR. Secretary,
JOHN T. VAN .DOREN. Ctishier,
WESTERN SAVINGS BANK,
Vice President—A. MAIISIIALL.
TitoMPSoN BELL. .r.k. M. MAT:SMALL ,
JoS..DILWOKTII. 1)S. ALAREE.
J. J. !.ilLbEirlE •
r, C. DIIt'll"
PITTSBURGH , PA.
LNTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS. ANY 13113 L
RECEIVED FROISIONEDOLLAR DPWARD. • De••' i
posits received subßct to check, without Interest.
BLACKMORE, President. - -
GED. D. TINDLE; Secretary and Trectsarcr. •
JANES IL HOPKINS, Solicitor.
James Blackmon!, I .tames Ti. Hopkins,
Alex. Tlndle, James Down.
William Deane, W. W. Bradshaw,
A. G. Cubnage, ,
John v Roan s. bert Wrav,
- - - -
131MikKIN BP(GZULT • "
& CLEIS, SuccessoSto Gs*. F. SortueitatAli.4
Tho miry Steam Lithographic Establishment Prost
of thellottaitat Bash:teas Cards; Letter. yealg:
11 . (414: iit at4;3 4 15,
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tion Carat", AC*. , and - Thirll,..treet,-
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DOSUNICk 11i515E3r. rreildent
N 0.14 emlthfUold. Stroftr
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i .pu. , 14.. .11...1P47 1 ,zi .... - ,TE.i.v• - : --. • -,,-.-....,
, BANKER AND 'BROKER, , .
118 Wood St; near Corner of Wood,
Gold, e Silver and Coupons,
Bought and Sold on Liberal Terms.
.-Dratts sold on all- the principal cities ofEu
rope. , i •. .
CIONVESIOP,i OF 1-30 , 5.
We are now prepared to convert the SECOND and
THIRD SEltlErii of
New 1867 5r20 Gold Coupon Bonds.
JAMES T. BRADY 4.CD.,
Dealer in-'G'overnment Seenritie,
• CORNER FOURTH AND WOOD S7S.
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FINANCE AND TRADE,
OFFICE OF THE PITT:S.OMM GAZETTE, ?
Tulips - nay. March 19, 1868. i.
CIVUDF.,--The market was a little more
active to-day, and While there is a growing
firmness, prices are not quotably higher.
We can report sales of 400 to 500 bbls, to be
delivered on present water, at BNc; 1000 for
June, at .9y 4 e; 3000 for May, at 9c . ' and 2000
for June, on private terms. From the
above p it will be seen that spot oil riatiV be
fairly quoted at B%e; May fle,.and June
n c; all the year, buyer's. option, in the
absence of sales, is nominal at 11;4e, to 12c;
and-same delivery, seller's option, at 8 1 ,4 to
9c. - We are cognizant of several thousand
barrels having been bought at-011 . City to
day on Pittsburgh account at r, which, at
present prives - here, will b
and a arely tte y ding
cost of. transportation n
1 REFINEfk--The market for bonded oil
,is quiet but . and -whil remarkably
e there are
p l enty of buyArs,m sellers are
sarce. We !nave but a single sale to re
port, 500 barrels for May, at 26e; and we
are cognizant of an offer to buy June and
'July together -at 27c,,which offer. was re
fused. All March May be quoted at 243.4 e,
to 2434'c; April at 25 to 25%e;' May at 26e,
and June at 265,4 e to 27c. lAII the year, buy
er's option, in the absenec of saes, at 31e
mt. SUIPMENTS FROM DUQUESNE DEPOT.
U. S. A. Stewart, 49 bbls ref. to A- New
bold & Son, Baltimore.
95,ref. do to W.-
Brooks, Ballentine & Co.,
.G. Warden. Philadelphia.
If- M. Long & Co., 102 do - do to Warden,
Frew t Co., Philadelphia. -- ; - ~_ -
- " Ir. D.` Butler, 50 do:crude' to Wallace 6 . 4 %
Curtis, Philadelphia. ..
Johnston .ticTalne, :15 do,do, to Wallace &
Curtis, Phllad4Phia. ''' '' '. , . - • •
. Aar. siiirsisr risA. V. D. It.''' .--
Tat. Ref 0 0 .1 /9, 5 bbl4Tef-V ILPicauX d9
'Philadelphlik: ~. - ' '•
. ~11 W.; Mar ' ..2dp 46 dci'toViiidextA r rerv;
64 i i rol ; en g i t, . ar * d ig. •,-
e it ic if 4l ,4,4 46 ; ,
. ... s
OFFICE CF PITTSBURGH GAZETTE;
THU RADAY• Diarch 9,:1668.
The general markets, arc moderately ac
and steady, and while there' is, a fair
local demand for most of the leading com
modities, prices are without quotable
GRAlN—Wheat is steady; with but little
offering; we continue to quote"at $2,43 to
$2,45 for Rdd, and $2,53 to $2,55 for White.
Barleys is scarce and in steady demand at
$2 to $2,10. s Rye is scarce ana' active de,
mand at $1;65 to .$1,70, in first hands; and
$1,75 to $l,BO, in store. Corn is unchanged; -
sale of 150 bags Shelled, on wharf, at I)sc,
.and.ls7 do at 97c. Oats firm but.unchanged;
we continue to quote at 69®71c, on track,
and 73 to 75c, in store. =
FLOUR—Ts steady, a fair local de -•
mand but unchanged., We' t continue to
quote at $10,50@11,2 5 for Staipg Wheat; BJ2
@12,50 for Winter Wheat, and $14@15 for
fancy brands. Rye Flour is firm at $8,25
per barrel, and Buckwheat issteady at S4,EO,
PROVISIONS—Bacon is steady at lly,©
11:3 4 'c for Shoulders; 13, 1 ,.®15c for Ribbed
And Clear Sides;.l7@l7}.4c for, Sugar Cured.
Hams, and:l6 l 4.c for Breakfast Bacon. Lard
is unchanged; prime kettle rendered is
quoted at 15X@1(lei in tierces, and 16%c, in
„kegs. Mess Pork;s2s@2s,so.pried 8ee1,21
BUTTER—Is scarce and in good deitTnd
bht unchanged; we continue to quote prime
to choice Roll at 48 to 52c.
EGGS—Quoted at 27 to 28e. • • •
HAY ;Is firm but unchanged; from
country - Wagons it mav be quoted at to
$25, as toy quality. - Sales of 'wiled on Wharf
SEEDS—There is but a -limited demand
for Cloverseed, and prices are nominal at
$3 t0*8;25. Timothy Seed is unchanged at
$2,7516*3. Flaxseed is in good demand at
$2,35 to *2,40, - -
DRIED .FRUIT Peaches are firm but'
unchanged; small sales of halves at 11 to .
113.4(i. Apples, 7to Sc. • -
GREEN .APPLES=In consequence of
lighterrifals and a limited supply, are-quo
ted firm . at t-t-tcl6, per barrel, for common
to choice. •
POTATOES.--Firin but unchanged; we
continue to quote prime Peach. Slow at
$3,25 per bbl., •
LARD OIL-;-Keeps up' well with; the
price of Lard; regular sales of No. 2:at 98q
to $l, and *1,28 to 1,30 for N0..1.
BEANS_In fair local demand with small
sales in store at $4 to *4,50 per bushel.
HOMINY— Unclip - - 'd at 56,25 to 6,50,
CRA.NBERRIv'' at *l5 to 17.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, t
• THURSDAY, March 19, 1568.
CATTLE. • :
The Cattle market has been ,remarkablY•
_quiet cl4ring the past seek, the sales all
told only reaching nineteen head since the
:date of OuT-b* roport. The offerings were
' very, meagre, though as an offset against
that there were very few buyers, aful nearly
all of the Cattle on sale were shipped on
owners aceount. As there ' was . nothing
done worthy of the name, it is - impossible
to give quotations, though it may be re
marked that, in Consequence of adverse re
ports from the east, it would be difficult to
I effect sales at the prices prevailing for some
Halligan. Co. to Gilehielst . 101 ;;19:50
Messenger &. Co. to Gilelgeist, 11210 8
Glass, 'L,. & r 96. 75
Glass, L. & 62 860
;.117 Telegrnsti to the - -.eta.)
NEW Voitc, March 19.—The dry . goods
tatarket la animation • but business is
slowly improving and prieea, for most,elass
sea of imported and detnestio woolens, are
no iower. We quote the best brown sheet
in at 18®1854e; print cloths, -,. 19e: prints,
18 18 3.4 e; standard &ills, 17c; ginghanaa,
117 18e; and delainea, 19®20e." , . ' , .
. • •
• r Nw lork Cattle Markt.
By Telegraph to , the rittaburglt.Gazette. I
NEV Yoult, March ,19`.;•-•=•Beeves were
active and-le.-be tier than last week as , ar
rivals were light; sales. at 10a18-1-2c. _Sheep
are Scarce at full,loricesfpales of clipped 82
pound sheep at 7-I-2c; and riniihorn at7-1-2a
9e• Swine are firm•lit:94-251.0-1-20 for prime
ho: - . • •
Chica• Cattle Market.
Telegraph to the Pittlbdrithelezette.3 ; • j
PattliettO atitOW,llßeetwattple rwpak