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AS. VERNER, Pres 3 W. P. PORTHR, Sap't
pITTSBIIRGH FORGE •
AND IRON CO.,
• Bar Iron;
Railroad Fish Bails and Bolts;
Railroad Car Axles Rolled;
Railroad Car Axles Hammered;
Locomotive Frame Shapes;
Yokes, Straps; •
Steamboat Sha ft s;
' Piston Rods, Wrists;
Pitman Jaws, Collars, de;
Office, No. 177 PENN STREET,
I RAFF, BYERS & CO.,
, Hoop and Sheet Iron,
Iron-Welded Tubes for• Gas, Steam,
OIL WELL TUBING.
Office, 98 Water and 132 First Streets.
KENSINGTON IRON WORKS.
- LLOYD BLACK,
MA- . NITFACTIIBERS OF
Best Common, Refined, Charcoal
JUNIATA BLOOM IRON.
MERCHANT BAR, ROUND and SQUARE IRON
HOOP, BAND. T and ANGLE IRON. . •
BOILER PLATE and SHEET IRON.
MOWER AND REAPER BARS. -
CYLINDER and GUARD or FINGER IRON.
SMALL TRAILS 20 and 16 lbs. to the yard.
WROUGHT CHAIRS and SPIKES for same.
FLAT RAILS. Punched and Countersunk.
COAL SCREEN IRON.
NAILS AND SPIKES.
Warehouse and Office at the Worts, GREEN
UGH STREET, (a continuation of First street,)
djoining the City Gas - Works, Pittsburgh.
EVERSON, PRESTON & CO.,
Pennsylvania Iron Works.
Ware_honse, Nos. 166 and 167 FIRST STREET,
opposite Monongahela House,
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.
SINGER, MUCK & CO.,
BEST REFINED CAST STEEL,
Square,Tlat and Octagon, of all sizes
Xna, MULAY, CIRCIILAR, GASKI•AND xi:toss-cur
ELLIPTIC AND SEMI-ELLIPTIC
CAST SPRING STEEL,
Cast and German Plow Steel,
PLOW WINOS AND MOWER BARS;
• SPRINGS.; AXLES and STEEL TIRE;
SICKLE. SHOWEL, HON, RAKE,
FORK, TUB. CALK and
:. MACHINERY CAST STEEL;
CROW BARS, &c., &c., &c. •
Warehouse, 88 Water Street, Pittsburgh.
pITTSBURGR . STEEL WORKS.
ANDERSON, COOK to CO.,
(SECCMAIBB TO JONES, BOYD & C 0.,)
Hs nufaCiurers of the
BEST REFINED CAST STEEL ,
FLAT and OCTAGON, of all al z
PLATE HOE FORK and SHEET CAST STEEL;
CAST SMELL for
Itosaidng and Mowing Machined,
Steel Plow wings
111, CfrOniars, Ste. itc
Cast nd Common Plow & Spring Steel.
Office—Corner FIRST AND ROSS STREETS, two
blocks above the Monongahela House. .
111 MILLER, BA tik & PARKIN.
WM. METCALF, I 'REUBEN MILLER,
6EO. W. BARR, .CHAS. rAntaii.
SPECIAL PARTITF.R—S. 31. HIER.
CRESCENT STEEL WORKS,
311:141.:E11., 33A_Traldc PARIEIN,
Office, No. 339 Liberty St,
Iron and Steel Works.
COLEMAN, .RAHM & CO.,
Iron, Nails, Springs, Axles, Steel, Ea.
NO: 17, Water'Steeet;
BLACK WWI! OND
PARR, BROTHER & CO.,
Manufacturers of all descriptions of •
°Mee and Warebonse, 1.510_1512, Mk SECOND
and 119 and 121 FIRST STRETS, '
lIWN CITY MILLS. r
ROGERS & BURCHFIELD,
Xanufacturere of REFIRED, CHARCOAL, lII
NIATA and POLD3ItED .
(Mee and Warehouse, No. 512 .MARKET ST.
OOPPER,KELL 4III .Iroras,
E . 4 4 44-iiiiittnean. '•
. . 4- .
PARK, 1 i McCTJRLiY . '4 , 4 CO . --.,
w . ot Sheathing, ' Brasiers , goo Bei
led Copper: SoDonis,SalSed Still Rot,.
1 1 1 04 ter Bolder. . /1110, linpon•rs sing Dealers
lit. New, Tinplate, Sheet, 4.143141 1 "AfA. Re. Von.
200 Y 4 111 luutd Star' , Machines az. Tools,
- arehouse,.Ne. 1 40'FIRST STREAT and l9O
ND STREET, Pittsburgh.
Special orders et Copper cut te s oy des ired
toes. . inylisrT
MORTON STREET, Ninth Ward,
THOMAS N. MILLER, President,
These Works are among the largest arts most
complete establishments in the West, and are now
prepared to furnish . , .
Engines, of every description.
Bailers; 011 Tanks..
Sheet Iron Work.
RoMpg Mill Castiswi
AND PIPE WORKS.
Coiner Carrell'and &mailman Streets,
WM. SMITH •
CAST IRON BOWL PIPE,
_ FOR GAS AND WATER WORKS.
My Pipes are all east invariably in pits, in dry
sand, and 15 feet lengths. Also, - full assortment of
General Castings for Gas and Water Works.
Twould of so roll the attention of Superintendents
of Gas Works to my make of RETORTS.
THE KNAP FORT PITT FOUNDRY CO.
CHARLES KNAP, IPresident.
J. M. KNAP. Vice President,
0. METCALF, See'y and Treas'r.
J. K. WADE, Engineer.
J. G. KNAP, General Manager.
JAMES B. 311TRRA'r ! ,,of Lyon, Shoib & Co.
A. E. W. PAINTEIL Of 41. Painter & Sons.
C. B. HERRON4 of Spang. Chalfant & Co.
THOS. S. BLAIR, of Shoenberger & Co.
WM. METCALF', of Miller, Barr & Parkin.
Rolling Mill and Blast Machinery.
RETORTS and CASTINGS. of every descstptlon
ERNEST'S NAIL MACHINES.' fe24
L. 0. LIVINGSTONIW. R. RURT.Pe. A. RODINSO:,7. JR.
LIVINGSTON & CO.,
- MANUFACTURER'S OF
EINE LIGHT CASTINGS,
All descriptions, for Plumbers and Oils Fitters; Ag
ricultural Implements, Cotton and Woolen Mill Ma
b Work promptly attended . •
Office and Works-.-WASHINGTON AVENUE, .
near Outer Depot. Allegheny City, Pa.
ROBINSON, REA-Is. CO.,
successors to RoarNstm, MINIS k MILLERS,
Manufacttirers of Boat and Stationary Stearn - En-
Fines. Blast Engines, Mill Machinery. Gearing,
shatipg, Castings of all descriptions; 011 Tanks and
Stills, Boller and Sheet. Iron Work.
Office, No. 12, corner First and Smithfield St reets.
Agents for GIFGARD'S PETENT INJEC .•)R for
feeding Boilers. .
MOB X. BOLE. RUNT= ORB.
* JAMES NELSON A B. BOLE.
HUGH M. BOLE & CO.,
Founders, Engine Builders and Machinists,
Make to order MARINE AND LAND STEAM EN
GINES, of all sizes, warranted to give satisfaction.
CASTINGS, of every description. made to order.
TAMES NELSON, Sup t... .. A. B. BoLE, Foreman.
Machine Shop, corner POINT. ALLEY and DU
QUESNE WAY. Foundry, Nos. 54 and 84 Third
laminas , PITTSBURGH. Pa.
MONT BLANC -FOUNDRY:
Butler Street, Xinth Ward,
Bolling NiU and Bridge Castinis,
THIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE BOXES,
MACHINERY AND DASTINGS GENERALLY
Orders promptly and carefully executed.
PRICE & SIMS.
Office and Warehouse, 20 Wood Street.
Manufacture and keep constantly on hrind
Thimble, Skein and Pipe Boxes,
WAGON BOXED, DOG IRONS, -
SUGAR KETTLES, HOLLOW T6k.RE,
AND ROLL WORKS,
SSO Penn Street.
BOLLMAN, BOYD & BAGAIEL
Chill Rolls, Mill Castings, Roll Lathes. &e.
FULTON MACHINE WORKS.
ESTABLUMP-IP IN 1836.
annfactory of STEAM ENGINES, all sizes
and of the most approved patterns, for stationary
purposes ; STEAMBOATS and STEAM FERRYBOATS. BOATS. A variety a f 10, lA nd 16 horse power
ENGINES, which will be sold at very reduced
• P. F. GEISSE, Wellaylile, 0.
Fifty miles below Pittsburgh, on the Ohio Jiver, and
Hue of O. &x , • E. R . n091;h2
SAMUEL M. WICKERSHAM,
- IRON BROKER, '
124 First Street, Pittiburgh, Pa.
sa lfrafg a t e e ll salmf Cornsrall gt Do ttk igtr o oa d f;
and other brands or fracite al , I "2.3ukhlogheni
-COke and C. B. Charcoal. -
Consignments and orders respectfully solicited.
Machine Stone Works, -
Northwest corner.of West Common, Allegheny.
FRED'S ATVA'rER Co.&
Haim on hand or prepare on short notice Hearth
and Step Stones, - Flags for Sidewalks, Brewery
Vaults, 6.c. Head and Tomb Stones, &c.
Orden promptly executed. Prices reasonable.
STONE QUARRY. • '
gtone flunisbed trona the
Apollo Stone Quarry, -
To ardor or by the car load, - vla W. P. B. B.
mbl2:m6o Apollo, Armstrong Co., Pa ,
To'haze°, stiuir, cigars, Pippo, 4c.,
De :hallo 6 FEDERAL ET., ALLEGRENY4
(OpposltelTEdon Iron DSllla, )
IMBERT & MAOILIND.
ENGINES ? BOILEnts, AC
BOILER, STILL AND TANS
CARROLL & SNYDER,
TUBULAR, 'DOUBLE-FLUED TUBULAR, FIRE-
Box ANJ CYLINDER STEAM BOILERS. -
OIL STILLS AND •MII. TANKS.
CHIMNEYS, BREECHING AND ASH PANS.
SETTLING PANS, SALT PANS AND CON-
STEAM PIPES, GASO3tETERS AND IRON
PRISON DOORS AND COAL SHIITES
Were and Warehouse' corner Second,
Third; Short and Liberty Streets,
Air Orders sent to the above address will be
promptly attended to. mb7:189
E.W. MORROW....JAS. B. BARIIIIILL....JAS.BLAIR
omAnA BOILER WORKS.
I MORROW, ROWELL 8z
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills4gitators,
TANKS, SALT PANS, GASOMETERS, WROUGHT
IRON BRIDGES, SHEET IRON WORK, &c.
Cor. Liberty and Second Ste.,
REPAIRING promptly done
WM. BARNHILL & C 0.,.
AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
NOS. 20. 22. 24 AND 26 PENN ST.
Having secured a large yard and fuinished It with
the most approved machinery, we are, prepared to
manufacture every description of BOILERS In the
best manner, and warranted equal to any made In
the country. Chimneys, Breeching, Fire" Beds.
Stead' Pipes, Locomotive Boilers, Condensers, Salt
Pans, Tanks,Oil Stills, Agitators, Settling Pans,
Boller Ironßridges, Sugar Pans, and•.sole =nu
fseiurers of BarnlSll's Patent Boners. .
Repairing done on the shortest notice. Ja.s:c2f
_ YUF.4.CTURER OF
Steam Engines and Boilers,
AND DOCTOR ENGINES.
CASTINGS, of alldescrlptlons, made to order.
Corner of Firet i ood Ferry Streets.
JAMES M. Rri'Eß,
Nos. 55 and 56 Water Street,
IRON OIL TANKS,
SETTLING PANS, COPPER STEAM. PIPE,
ROLLING MILL STACAS.
And SHERT IRON wonk,
STOVES, CASTINGS, &C
CET THE BEST.
BISSELL & CO.'S
FOR ,BITUMINOUS COAL.
Warranted to Cook, Bake or Boast as
well as any other !tore In the Union.
- BISSELL &. CO.,
No. 235 Liberty Street.-
Also on hand and for sale,
' HEATING STOVES;
GRATE FRONTS, TENDERS,
COOKING RANGES, te.
TO BUY THE
Is at No. 146 GRANT STREET
N EW HARDWARE HOUSE.
LINDSEY, STERRIT - EtrWER,
Manufacturers and Importers Of
837 LIBEEU'Y STREET,
CORNER OF IFIi.YNE,
One . Square - Below Union Depot,
lir Agents for FAIRBANKS' SCALES
F MUSSIW7 . ,
41I FIPTif het. Tunnel eCharhani Ste:,
Onnianitii and Dealek initardware.
First clair goods of all descriptions always oni
hand and sold at the lowest prices. • Edparing dpnc
eszentsy, on short notice:, jeNi:dso
SPENCER; 'MIAY C 0. ,,
,MAIATERS AND BREWERS
Of Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
BOBEBT WATSON, Mariam,. 0014,
M441: j . 1 .0; 11 ..WM -17 i 17 t i): i 51 J:111
H J. LANCE,
N on . 185 and 187itanfitee4
sisiwiy)ors cuLtaRD9B DYED.
KID KM= MID LADLES' PLUXESDIALEE=
EDAM DYED •
'~d~.v~r,~,o,rfirYa~.~~~-sa' Y -i~;av~~`~ `~,t~ 4 <5~,.»... ^c .~`
P. C. DUFFY
- FIN CUL: -
NATIONAL - BANK • OF COMMERCE,
Cor. of Wood and Stith Sts.
A. PATTERSON - , Dresident.
JOS. IL HILL Cashier.
CAPITAL, : : $500,000.
A. Patterson,. George W. Cass.
Wm. H. Brown, James 'McCandless,
Chas. Lockhart, : Wm. Douglas,
Allen Kirkpatrick, Wm. Reed..
W. S. Haven,
DISCOUNTS DAILY, AT 11 A. M.
HART, CLUGHEY & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Corner Tkird and Wood Streets,
.1 70 .1"1"TSDURAGII, PA., -
(SUCCESSORS TO HANNA, HART & C 0.,)
Exchange, Coin, Coupons,
And particular attention paid tett a purchase and
!Sight Drafts on I..ondon.
N. HOLMES & SONS, 'l , •
57 Market Street,
. Collections made on all the principal points of the
United States and Canada.s.
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities
DOLTGIIT AND SOLD ON COS6DSSiON
Particular attention paid to the purchase and
United States Securities.
1 THIS BANKIS NOW TRANSACTING A
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS,
• AT THEIR NEW BANKING HOUSE.-
No. 293 Liberty Street,
.Accounts of BANKS, BANKERS, MERCHANTS
and others are invited.
Collections made on all accessible points in the
United States and Canada.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
UNITED STATES SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD.
STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE.
(CEO. 'r. VAN DOREN. Cashier.
WESTERN SAVINGS BANK,
No. 59 Fourth Street.
Interest paidonTinte Deposits
ANY SUM RECEIVED FROM
ONE DOLLAR UPWARD.
DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECK, WITHOUT
Discounts D ' ally at Ul o'clock.
nee President—A. M. lickgRALL.
THOMPSON BELL, 1 A. M. MARSHALL,
JOS. DILWORTH. I JOS. ALAREE.
J. J. GILLESPIE. j
Stockholders to whom we make reference:
Wm, Forsythe,l Joseph Dilworth,
Wm. Caldwell, , 1 Rey. David Kerr,
Willis Dairen, , Henry Lambert,
D. W. C. Bidwell, i A. M. Brown.
E. M. Fulton. I Thomas Ewing..
4 .ls't.kßir4) n
ESTABLISHED IN 1837.
14: SOUTH "00 ST
DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
7 3-10 s Converted Into 5-20.
STOCKS AND GOLD
Bought and sold on commission, here and In New
York,. TIME ALLOWEDGOTIATED
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS OF GOLD
AND CURRENCY. Accounts of Banks and Bank
ers received on favorable terms.
ALL CLASSES OF SECURITIES TAKEN IN
"EXCHANGE AT MARKET RATES,
D OLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
No. 65 "Fourth Street
CIzIA.IVI'MIiEI) IN ISM&
Open daily from 9 to A o'clock; also on WEDNEB-
'DAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS,. from May let
to November Ist, from 7 to 9 o'clock, and from No
vember let to May lst, from sums of
Deposits received of all sums of not less than ONE
DOLLAR, and a dividend of the - profits declared
twice a year, in June and, December. -Interest has
been declared semi-annually in June and December
since the Bank was organized, at the rate of six per
cent. a year.
Inte depositort drawn out, placed to the credit
of the as principal, and bears the same In
terest from the Ist clays ofJune and December, com
pounding twice ' a year without troubling the depos
itor, to call, or even to present his pass book. At
this rate money will double In lesstliantwelve years.
Books containing the Charter, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on application at the
PRESiossx — ORORGE ALBREEO.
Backofen, A. M. Pollock, M. D.,
Benj. L. Fahnestock, Robert Robb,
James Herdman, John H. Shoenberger,
James McAuley, . James Shidle, •
JameS B. 11: geed*, , Alexander Speer,
Isaac M. Pennock,' Christian Yeager. .
win.lvi J. AndersonYncems:
, Robert :F. Lock_mls,
Can Adams, : tlionru Lynch. -
John C. Blndley. Peter A.; Madeira.
George• Black; 4 *John Marshall;
Hill - Bilriprin, • Vralter
Alonzo A Carrier , 'John B. MFad en,
Charles A.:Colton, ' 'Ormsby Ph illips.
John Evans, •
John J. Gillespie ' Schmertz,
William B.Maven, ' Alexander
Richard ,- • Isaac 'Whittier,
James D. Henn- r..ws.rman•
P SEP t i 'SUCH* , CO*. LL
f.AIP r AP I M I3 7IO 1459t,194,11550AVA 11 9 q7 A
: !" .1 Awmawraannik orr:
'. .041/Per '' *staled' Putt'!Bip'?lnd* . . 7.
Also, dealers in*OREIG* WIN= sttiLi4 u2a.
M *a amain
I WAVE RE3IOVED MY
BANKING AND EXCHANGE OFFICE
Corner of Fifth and Wood Streets, •
Formerly occupied by the NATIONAL BANK OF
We are now prepared to convert the SECOND and
THIRD SERIES or
ei - E. - vp-N-•rx-rrrtamos
- • INTO TILE
New 1867 5-20 Gold Coupon Bonds.
JAMES , T: BRADY&CO.,
Dealer. in - Government Securities,
CORNER FOURTH AND WOOD US, t
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE,
SATURDAY, 41pril 11, 1868.
The general marhets have been moder
ately active during thel past week, and
some articles are higher. Provisions:have
been con i siderably excited, and a material
advance has been established all round,
while Grain and Flour are more active,
with an' upward tendency. Quite a number
of other articles of minor importance,in con
sequence of scarcity, have advanced mate
rially, and, upon the whole, there is a much
firmer feeling, in regard to values, though
the demand remains about the same, being
restricted mainly to supplying . immediate
APPLES—Quiet .but steady and un
changed; regular sales in- store t $3 to $6
per hbl, as to quality., •
POTATOES—Firm, and in demand with
limited supply; we continue toquote Peach
Blows at $3,50 to $3,15, and Buckeyes at
$4,00 to $4,50. Jersey Sweets, $B.
SEEDS—Cloverseed is quiet and utt
changed;rl to $7,50; Timothy at $2,75. and
Flaxseed is scarce and in demand at $2,50
GRAIN—No movement is Wheat—none
in market; and the same is true of Barley.
Oats firm and prices are well maintained;
sales at 75 to 77c on wharf and track, and
80 to 82c in store. There is a good demand
for Corn, and prime Ear sells readily on
wharf and track at $l. Rye is still quoted
at $1,75 to $l,BO, though we heard of a sale
to-day at 81,85.
HAY—Baled Hay is being sold without
much difficulty on wharf at $22 to $25, as to
MILL FEED—One firm report sales in
lots of 150 tons of Bran, to arrive by steam
er, at 81,30. -
BUTTER—Is firmer, in consequence of
diminished receipts; we now quote prime
to choice . Roll at 45 to 50c.
EGGS-A little weak; in consequence of .
increased arrivals, but _prices are without
material change, 21 to 22c.
PROVISIONS—Bacon continues firm,
with a steady jobbing demand but
unchanged. Sales tat 13% to 13%c for
Shoulders; 15%c for Ribbed, and 17%c for
Clear Sides; 18% to 1834 c for Plain Sugar
Cured Hams, and 19%c for Canvasied do.
Lard, 17 . 44 c, in tierces; and, 18c, in kegs.
Mess Pork, $27,50.
BEANS-44,50 to $5 per bush.
HOMINY—S6,2S to $6,50 per bbl.
ONIONS-44,50 per bush. r
FLOUR--Is steady and the demand is
rather better, but prices are unchanged;
$10,50 to $10,75 for good Spring Wheat; $ll
to $11,25 for choice do; $11,75 to $12,50 for
Winter Wheat, and $l5 to $l6 for St. Louis
fancy brands. Rye Flour, $9 to 59,50.
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MAREET.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE, /
- SATURDAY, April 11, 1868.
CRUDE—The Crude market has been
remarkably quiet during the past week,
the sales being comparatively light, and,
compared with the early part of last week,
there is an ' , offish" feeling, though in re
ality-, prices are without material change.
To-day, there was not a single sale ef
fected, at least, we had none reported, and,
so far as we could learn, there 'were but
very few offers to either buy or will; we are
cognizant of an offer to sell at 834 c to be de
livered on first water, though holders gen
erally are asking B%c, and it is said> that
there are plenty of buyers at 80. Spot
oil, of which there is none in market, may
be quoted at 8% to B%c,and all the ;"year,
buyer's option, at 12c. As the river is too
low to run bulk oil, the receipts have fallen
off materially, and the arrivals by, rail have
also been very light; at this writing the
indications are favorable for an early bulk
rise, and it looks now as though business
would be dull until after there is a
freshet. • '
•REFINED—There was but a single sale
reported to-day, 500 bbls for December, at
28%c.: Spot oil is quoted at 25c; all the
month, buyer's option, at 25/c to 251,, , e;
May 25% to 253;c; June 26 to 26!(c; and
July 26% to 27c. Offers to buy last four
months at 2836—" refusals" asked at 28 y,c;
and offers to sell last five months at-We.
The last half of October sold on Thursday
at 29e, and we presume that buyers for that
delivery could still be found at that figure.
All the year, buyer's option, - May be quo
ted nominally, in the absence of sales, at
al to 32c. As in the case of crude, the mar
ket has been remarkably quiet during the
past week, the salea, comparatively speak
ing, being Insigniticant, and while there
has been a - steady 'demand throughout the
entire week, refiners refused to sell at the
prices offered; and to this, more than any
thing else, may be attributed the very
small sales, and dullness with which the
market has been characterized.
ARRIVALS-The arrivals of: crude by
river and rail duringg the week foot up 12,-
300 bbls, against 11,699 bbls last week,, and
over one hundred thousand barrels during
the eoriesiionding week Wit year. The ar
rivals from the-first ofJanuary to date foot
up 213,372 barrels.
99,181, 720 19
Clark it Sumner 96 bbls ref . to Wright
Lockhart, Frew it Co., 497 do do,to War
den, Frew it Co, Philadelphia.
Nat. Ref. Co., 750 do do to . F. A. Dilworth
it Co., Philadelphia.
Nat. • Ref. Co. 200 do do to P. Wright it
Rona;Philadelphia. • •2 . , •
lkicKelvy it Bro., 164 do do to W. P. Lo
gan Sc Bro., Philadelphia.
Fawcett, Logan it Steckdale, 150 do do to
W. P. Logan OZ Bro., Philadelphia. •
Buffom, Kehew it Co., 50 do do to W. P.
Logan ,t Bro., Philadelphia.
New York Dry Goods Market. •
tßy Telegrsj 510 tba PI aburQit `(}j
lit* Yom flifeh'll.t.DryO c i s !iiii ker
moderate,_lmit trade is as Usual.. igatinetts
a little quiet,-Yet•the prices of cottons rule
firmly in,ylow of the upward tendency of
cottO ,- '3Eletary-lidieetings, best makes, 183
al9 for Cocheco. 'Prints; 14%. for 9pragrteel
14%al 5 f0tMertittutok Da 1. 4 14111 x fotPacide;
143015 fig,, Amertean Richmond 'Dun
nelit, A.llans, Hainilteris:Miinohester i tuid Oi
iental; Half. for 6/940,120m ,•14;10116'
ter; 18 for Auburn aria Paukegtun'l2)4 for
London?itiidlll3Esspeolf i hrotirntritt; 13 for
Freenutiliv 4 iiiis (47 lTiottiry: ':Eililkunges
=hams; 18 for Galim tlelf - for - .Brown
and 17 ter 13tans..
OIL SHIPMATE PER A. V. IL It.
financial Mat4rs in New York,
Gold Cloed 'FI3BI I /@1313
CBy Telegraph to the ttsburgh Gazette.l
NEW , brut, April 11, 1808.
MONETi !AND . GOLD..
Money was quite; ctave early an the.day,
and generally shardat .7 per cent., in fact
coin interest was laid in a few instances.
Toward the close of ink hours the offer
ings were more libe al, especially to Gov
ernment dealers. and the market was eas
ier and more accesSible at the legal rate.
Discounts are dull and nominal at 107@109.
Sterling is firm and quiet at 109X.,®1093,f0r &into bills. God is lower, opening at
13834, and closing at 138N®138%. , The As-'
sistant Treasnrer 1d $150,000 yesterday
land $300,000 to-day.,
The bank statena :nt is quite favorable,
considering the he vy drain on bonds by
the Treasury Depaitment for the sales of
gold. L0an5,5252,934,725, decrease, $1,351,-
166; Specie, $16,343,040, decrease, $754,149;
Circulation, $34,194,272, decrease, $132,836;
Deposits, 8179,851,880, decrease, $1,104,996;
Legal Tenders,- $51132,609; •Increase, $272„
GOVSIi . 3.IENTS.
Governments wordless activei during the
morning and lower, ';ut there was more do
ing in the afternoon,jwith the decline par
tially recovered, thel market closing very
strong. Henry Clew hez Co. furnish the an
nexed 4:30 prices: Co; pons,'Bl, 111x®111%;
do. '62, 111V,®111%; do. , 04, 109 m; do '65,
109g®1093,4; do. nee' , 107M®107y; do. '67,
107' 1077. Ten-F rties,\ 101%4102. SeV
en-Thirties, 106,,,®1 7m.
The Railroad matet opened unsettled
and lower. The red nt break in Atlantic
Mail and the conthined downward move
ment in Pacific Mall still form the great
topid of conversation' and the public have
been effectually frightene.d by the sharp
decline and .are diapOsed to give these
stocks a wide berth. Pacific Mail sold
from 8814 to 86 and Atlantic from 37'. to 35.
The market was veo heavy on New York
roads; Hudson broke suddenly from 135 to
L 5, without apparerit cause, but afterwards
recovered to 129 bid; 'Erie declined to eay„
and New York Centrhl fell to 117 m. ' West
ern shares sympathised only to a limited
extent with the bret l, l in the New York
roads, and all were '. tier at the close, es
pecially Wabash, Fort Wayne and Illinois
Following are s:3olrices: Canton, 46®40;
Cumberland'3l34®33; Wells Express 31®
31; American 6042;63; Adams 064®667;
United States 64® 1 4,• Merchants 32y, ®
327; Quicksilver 24®24M; Mariposa 6;
Pacific Mail ssy,@)BB%; Atlantic 33;4®33;
Western Union 36 3 ,,®364: New York Cen
tral 117%®118; Erie 6t do preferred
74i ®74; Hudson 1297 ®131 . ; Reading 88.X_@
88%; Ohio and 3 ' " ppi 30%®31; Wa
bash 405‘®49; St. Paul 60 3 .,®603; do pre
ferred73%®74; Mich)gan Central 113V,,®
, 114%;. Michigan Southern ssg®BBl,• Il
linois Central -1403,; Fittsburgh 88 , 4 SW;
Toledo 102M®103; Rhode Island 93% 93X;
Northwestern 62®644 do preferred 74N®
75; Fort Wayne 10110101%; Hartford and
Erie 14®100; Chicaun and Alton 120;' St.
Joseph 7634; Columbia'. 106; New Tennessee
65%; Missouri 87M.1
For the week were:;;lrry goods 01,283,873;
General merehandise4 3,238,364. •
SUB-TREASURY' RECEIPTS . •
To-day amount to 0,852,245; payments
$3,401,669;, balance $4007,600,035. Receipts
for week $20,191,304; pityments for the week
- ~- - • - - ,
Are • ull: Gregory, 320 Welkin, 25.
EXPOIiTS ~ •
Of g • d for the week:: $811,807. There
were • one to-day. ,
New York Profluce Market.
[By T legraph to the Pttlurgh Gazette.)
NE - Yonx, April }
higher' under active speculative demand;
sales 7,500 bales at Sic for middling" up
lands. Flour—receip 1,607 bbls—a Shade
sales 9,100 at $8,90a9,30 foi. Sti
perfine State and we tern, $9,80a10,35 for
extra State, 59,70a10,81 t f0r extra western,
512a13,75 for white wli extra, $8,90a13,75
for R. H. 0., $10,25a11,50 for extra St. Louis.
$12a14,50 for gockl to choice do., closing
steady; California in eair request; mini 200
sacks at 512a14. 'Ry flour dull; sales 850
bbls at 59,50a9,60. Cornmeal . quiet; sales
300 bbls Bratulywi on private terms.
Whisky nomlnal. heat--receipts 1,580
bush—la2c better; es 3,600 bushels at
$2,53 for No. 1
. spriri delivered, 52,47 for
No. 1 and 2 spring i xed, 52,50 for amber
Pennsylvania, $2,90 fdx amber State, 53 for
white Canada, $3,20 'for White California,
Rye steady; sales 6,600 bu State at 51,92 a
1,93. Barley dull; sates 7,500 bu. Canada
East at $2,08. Barley malt dull. Corn--
receipts 13,400 bu and 3.c better and less ac
tive; sales 41,000 bu aflbat at 51,21 for old in
store; 11,17a1,19% for! white- western and
southern; $1,25101,26A for yellow western
and southern. Oats—,receipts 680 bu and
firmer; sales 6,500 bu at 863086;6c for west
ern in store; 87;4o atiolt sellers option for
10 clays. Rye dull. Coffee quiet and firm.
Stigar firm and fairly: active; sales 900 hhds
Cuba at 10y 4 a1114c. Molasses quiet. Hops
''quiet. Petroleum quiet at lny.c for crude;
2534 c for reflned in bofld. Coal quiet and
unchanged. Leather"hemlock sole firm
and* fair demand at'2634a2Bc for Buenos
- Ayres light weightS. Wool a shade
loweri - sales 390,0009 pounds at 48a
57,vc for domestic fleece. _ Pork firmer;
and quiet; sales, 1,250 bbla at 527a27,76 for
new mess; closing at--$27,12% for regular;
525,87a26 old do; closin at $26 for regular;
$22a22,50 for prime; 52 4.50a24,75 fotkprime
mess. Beef firmer; sales of 2,000 bbls and
400 tierces at unchanged prices; beef hams
quiet and unsettled ~ 1 Cat meats firmer;
sales of 770 paeltages;l 12alpic for - shoul
ders; 16a17 for htuns; roceipts, 20 packages
of Billings smoked harm; some to arrive at
1934a20c. > Bacon firmer; sales of 800 boxes
at . 14c for Cumberland cut; 1614a1634 for
short ribbed clear; 13efor sour Cumberland_
cut. Lard steady; saes, 930 bbls at "'l73a
18c. Butter steady at•Pa4oe;' Ohio State at
50a58c. Cheese at 1U16 1 4.. Freights. to
Liverpool quiet and ifleady: '1;500' bush of
wheat per cwt 4d. i
LATEST.-Flour-To better, With• fair de
mand for home use,kind '&llmited export
inqiry. Wheat lc better, with a light sup
ply and moderate demand._ Rye firm and
quiet at 51,89aa1,90. :Western Oats quiet
and steady; 86 1 086;4 . 1 1cir western in store.
Corn steady at 51,22a4,233e,, for new mixed
Western afloat and 51,21a1,2114 for old
.nlixedyrestern. in , stora. Pork dull at 527;
regular mess beefactive and a shade firmer;
Cut meats quiet, activd and advancing. Ba
con in fair request and firm at' 14 for. Cum
berland cut. - Lard dull at 143♦a18 for finr to
prinieiteain kettle rendered. =, "Eggs, a good
supply and dull at 21.] ' _ '• ' - '
- • -- , ,
CBS : TelegrapD to the . Plttsourgb Gazette.]
PHILADELPHIA • Af4il 11.—Clov,erseed
$,6,25a7,25 for Pennsylvania and Ohio. Flax
seed /2,90 Petrole ' quiet;- crude 1534 a
160; , refined,. 25a25M.1 ' Flour dull; quota
tions- barely mai n d.. _Wheat in poor
supiply and held ,y; sales 'BAX) bush
red at ',12,83a2,85 . 53,15a3,25. Rye
steady at $ 1,90. -Corn ' fidrdeman , sales
6,000 bush yellow at 1,20, mixed western
sl,lB,whitell 14. - Grixteries arid F;oirlsions
unchanged. -• 7 ,1 ~
[By Telegraph to tlie Plttabarlh Gaiette.]
LotIISVILLE, April 11i—Tobaceo; market
quiet, with sales , of 1111 , hhde, at'1;4001475
for 1ug5;87,50a14_,00 for common to medium
leaf, andanBAtASEVItIVI . :A I 3Our; snpmtAe
18,50a9,00. Wheat W. Oats 78a75e.
Oorn - 85480i ,r141 3 -4,17301
AN;V s ' 3 4 llO -; Mfg - offers:
an upward tendency, atl 280 for middling;